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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. HARRISON POUTS OVER THE SILVER Bill BE WILL VETOJTHE MERSURE If It Should Reach the House. m KtED SWELLS WITH R5GE Threatens to Whip the Party Into Line. dint H are scr IS i lin., c> il'1 hvve adiun -truioi. than the Tone 18 id the entire administration their deteit in the slU er ques- tore humiliated the t bstitution ol alreo- blli'rn tl r republican senate, for the ailnim trail u nulom morning Mr 1! m oil! prepared by Secretary i on the bill came back to of Missouri ed that .inn ttoe of the whole to Ihe motion was received   both sides, and it was 1 i- "tin las, full power unuor the gag in'os Hit TL iT Reel prevented a stampede ami n tl niublicaiis who, in their panickv tenner -vould if gnen an oppor tmuti cl uiu over the wheels m their elort, to Oet into the tree coinage ban-i i i n Kted "lU now hold ah er l.il "until lu. t in Bather the reins tight, an I tU i lit will undertake to drive the repub- lic ui u the aim mention corral It ii iv be inLSsarj to discipline some ot iheretnc rj vermen but nothing that car, Ic J i evvill bo kft undone to coerce them II nei.1 irv t'io l rtsulent is prepared to exercise tl I. V LtO P' committee on rules to discuss we will try to show np some ol its outrageous provis- ions Under the law, U it should become a law, the president can use the army and navy ol the United Stares t-> control and influence the voters at tho polls The act expressrj. pro- vides ttrat tho president may use such lOTces to execute tne law, and we know by past experience what thatmcans Ilthialaw as geiierallj enforced, it wou'd cost millions ol money and create an army of lederal office- holdras who, while drawing pay Iromtbe com- mon treasury, could be used by the party in power to perpetuate itsell in power It re- mains to bo ".eon, whether the good people ol the north will sustain their representatives here in the support ol a measure which is in- tended by its authors to enable them by 'tair means or foul to organize tne next house The desperate men who are now in control ol the majority in the house are not mindful of tho peace and prosperity ol the south They want to pelpetuate themselves in power and tare nothing lor the methods by vv hich they do so They have sought m every way to excite passion and prejudice against the south, and hope now tho people ol the north will jus- ttij" them m their rev olutionirj course This bill, il passed, will put the country, and es- pecially the south, book twenty years Our labor vi ill be disoraamzed, our prosperity will be ronrdod Elections by such chief super visors as miv be appointed will be a larce and a Iraud In a time ol profound peace and order United States soldiers may bo sent into i state to enforce the federal re- turning boards may return as elected men who THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1S9Q.-TEN MADE THE EIPE TO DEATH. jmnroj? of A TBA.JX DOWN THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN Two Engineers a Fireman Sev- eral Other Employes tllo Accident Happened THE SEVERAL OF THEM ARE IMPORTANT ThaSfti Somes of the Articles on WWcll the Unties Blave Been Increased or Decreased percent aaJvalorem. eliminated as a separate will be changed accorf been repudiated by the people, at the polls and all this is done in the name ot a "tree ballot and a fair count This country has had some experience in respect to the kind ol a "tree ballot and fan- count" we have under the supervision of lederal officers and tho assistance ol the United States army. ASHEVJLI.B, N" C., June 18 the most destructive wrect, both in Jite andr property, ever Known in the history ot th-e- North Carolina railroad occurred at Melrose Station, on thesouthernsideof Salnda mountain, about thirty two miles trom here, on tho Asheville and Spartanburg. division last night The dead are Engineer J Suiyra, ol Chester, S C. Engineer Lewis Tonstall, ol Tbrktown, Va Fireman W G Taj lor, ol MomBtown, Teim son ol W P Taylor, ftn twenty years a conductor on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad The injured are C Bowcoclr, flagman, thigh broken, George Bicketts, conductor, injuries not serious, escaped by jumping, Wil- liam Hoe, slight injuries, escaped by jumping, two colored brakemen, named Foster and Greenlee, painlul but not serious wounds From the apex ol Saluda mountain to Mel- rose, the scene ol the accident, a distance ot leas than miles there is ft tall ol lolly COO feet This lact has made toe rajvroad i-specially careful at this point, and ___ __ is kept constantly there to help all trains up-and down tbe mountam THE TRAIN The track was very wes last night when a coal tram started down, and soon alter begin- ning the descent it becameevident that twelve loaded cars were too much lor both engines to hold, with all brakes down, and tne speed taken, oat of tbo wools of woolen ana worsted yams. e per pound, the as first cts, ins of twice that M, i A.fnB meeting of the-senate finance comnnttee was held today, at which Chanman.MornU authorized by a staet-party votetp report the tariff tell with amjmdmentsi A. member; ot the committee say3.thatwitb.theexception ol the wool and agricultural schedules, the bill is almostfident- icalTJt the- same as the bill 61 thesenate finance committee reported in 1888 No formal report accompanied the bill, nor is it certain that any wilr he prepared. A statement will be reported to the senate as soon as it can be prepared, showing the efiect pro- visions of the bill upon the receipt of customs as compared with, receipts under the present law and those estimated under the house bill It is the understanding that de- bate on the bill will not begin until about Julv 1st. m order that ample time may be given for a study the bill A member of the finance committee that the democrats intimated that if an in advance to study tb would be materially curtailed UCAIr1 woolen, and worsted cloths. Knit fabru s-rpsfs PRICE FIVE CENTS.___ PIGGIM FOB LIFET TBE WEAKX AX JFAJS3I Hrtl- MUfJE. A. BELL RINGS DOWN IN THE MINE. 23lere Is But laltle Hope That tlie Imprisoned Miners Win Be yonnd Companions Workine Hard. opportunity were giv en e schedules, the deuate more than 3Qc per pounoV the duty flie same as that imposed on on trimmings and buttons ol which wool or a com ponont material, the duty is pound and sixtjy per cent ad valorem. 70 cents and sixty per cent hmmtv In the silk and silk goods schedule, the Douoty of SI perpound ior silk and 7 per pound for fresh cocoona, reeled and produced inthe United Statesis struck out Atootne panurraonforcing duties on goods in piece at ftot and flften per cent adivalorem THWIIB pound and fifteen per cent advalorero are Si made dutiableat fllty.per wnt advalormu.The all made dm----- provision that silk part India rubber, shall an ounce and sixty per cent .___composed in ty a duty of lOc --torem, is struck In the schedule of pulp, paper and_boi laper and boota, copy- per cent The following are the principal changes made by the senate committee in tbe tariff bill- Glassware classifications are changed, ana a large general reduction made. Steel rails are re- duced from S13 to 81120 per ton, mica ana bounty to be Dutch standard THE SUGAR SCHEnULE people With the power to appoint subser -lient boards, and the patronage ol the govern- and ex- iMich a course would be sul- i 1 hue il miv e, but Harrison is so im- ou. 1 tl t imlom Will street theory ol fiu-uiti tbat ho intends, come what may, to oppose il the now er and influence ol the ad mmistrition in the pith of free coinage A CALI OV HIKRtSON An intimate friend of Mr. Harrison's called upon 1 im at the white house last evening and aake.l him for personal as well as party reasons to with Iraw his opposition and let tne bill as it passed the senate become a.law Tlie presi lent Ml oitterly the fight the repub- wmch enable Mm ?n can enitors wore making on him, and said to retain place nrmlv ud unequivocally that ho would never alti  Tiwvnerht HD for COI1- I UA would be tbe passage ol a liberal silver bill and the deleat ol the senate bill THE HEMOCBATS CHEEREP Ti-hen Announcement Was Made In the House of tne Senate's Action. June motion ol Mr TTnrnev of Alabama, a bill was passed in the F J' of a bndffe per cent The Switchmen's Strike. CUSVEIAHD, O, June is_no change in the strike situation today The over the Tennessee river at Guntersvu The house wont into committee whole (Mr Allen, ol ol Hie cha r e, Indian appropriation bill ihe cpm- was in session but a few moments when rosmfomaUy to allow the house to re- side ofthe house broke out in load applause, wh ilTrJlS of Missouri, immediately moved tbafthe committee ol the whole rise m orto that tne house might at.once proceed to the had the Hoor, switchmen are stall out on all the roads The lake Shore road had one switch engine at work, manned by the yard-master. LakeSnore ve stock and through iroight trams were unning as usual and no effort was made to nterlere with the roadmen Atthe Clev eland ndPittsburg shops a number ol yardmen were determined intond tho election, and certify to count tbe the chief votes supetr- ftlcCtiUotigb 10, rains engineers, firemen, road conductors an men are enioymg a vacation Congressional Nominations. enSrylvi W. H h Penryv Mr Scott lives Approve the Agreement. the SGI-------_---- ton on upot was quiet WujTTSrersro bay hit. 3 and Baldwin, Lnuy, I I 15c per fo? tte sliver bill in rejjre- Allen thousand, needles not specially provided nvepercentadvaloreminsteadrof IBc per thou- colliage Ban OTIEMIOAtS AKD In the chemical schedule Tannic acid or tan- nin 50c per pound, reduced from logwood, shumac hemlock and other bark dyes, %c. re duced from 1C, glycerine per pound, reduced fromac, extract of licorice, 5c, reduced from 60 alizarino, assistant, containing less than ite of 2c per Judge William M ex-chancellor and state senate, was a t errore, 0 L June IS Smith, ol Memphis, ex-member of the today nominated ay 3 base hita, base bits, 2 errors, 3. and Derker, Beatln and Zimmer. [Brotheruotxij I'lttsl urjr, 0 Oj base luttt 3f -isor the result On the application olthe chief supervisor the circuit court is W appoint for each state three persons, w ho shall consutuw the United States board ol can-vass- ers of such state Tins board counts the votes ana gl es the certificate of election to the" per- son shorn they find to have been eleoted This corbficite entitles tho holder to be enrolled on the list of members elect by the clerk ol the last house and tuns to participate in the or- gamzati m of the house ol represenliMves at Its meeting after tlie e ectioii The bill points out minutely how are tube registered, how stricken from tno registration list, how ballots, aie to be refeued, how counted, where tlie balktbo-c is to be during the election, how the retains are to be made and signed and trinsmitted and makes more regulations than were ever made I venture m any election law in any state of the union Twenty oddsections of the bill ire devoted to defining offenses against the act and providing penalties there- for Acts heretofore regarded as innocent are made unlawful, aud some cases felonies I cannot begin} to give yon. a statement of all the- SPAPFRf NOMIN 4.TrOS8. EKngCTBP-. Senates Executive Washingtuin News anhomin session durmstwhich-time two __ "an artfole on the thaT the negotiations were a m which all parttranants were victorious and no one Som Joires ta BSchnraad. KICBMOND, Jnnfr Sam- Jonea SSmaffid that peoEle attended the increased from 3c, Brown acetate ot lean 3 poundt increased from 12C, hsdrate of po per pound, reduced sulphate rj cent ad valorem, instead of soda, Wnty per cent ad valorem instead oB to per pound. CIUKA, CEOCKEKVWABE Inemna, stone and crockeryware ad valorem duties are reduced Bve an around. The duty on various Kinds of bottles is. sliglilly reduced. Glassjmd glassware, not other- wise enumerated, which m-the house bin. were ,7im inraail of. 60C ner dozen and jtKncLE8 caisol.n- Vepubiican gtate wocnftve com- errors 0 atteres-a mittee lor the vacancy on the supreme bench 1 occasioned by the death of Judge Folkes 3 errorsTs Clev eland, t baseihira 9 errors, Hon William Rule, ol Knoxville, was elected Batteries-Dwycr and Gruber and nee-chairman ol the committee. Captain Chamberlain, tha chairman, going to Europe lor the summer._____ Another lottery OKer KotrOE La., June IS tlie met today the speaker received from At 9, base hira. It; errors 2 New York, I, base hits, 5, errors S. IStteriet-JJichols and Bennett, Burkett anj hr errors York-CBrotherlioodl-Pliilattelphia TZ: 13, errors, 10. New York, 8 base hiia. Crane and O Day- met woAv uucnixci i u milhen aud and O Connor, Snatton and Eyan. Mbms, with the ihed lor by John A. tender of security jviomo. WILU mo tor the payment olthe amount annually to the state. gT Locls> Jane 18 race, one and one. mjjes, Sliver won, John Moms The National Election BSO. WASHINOTOB. June 18 honse com- mittee on election of president and vice-presi- dent and representati-ves in congress today third. Time, onnallydeciaedbyapartyvote to report to l he honse. witasome amendments, the federal electumbhl agreed upon, m the rennWieaTi cancns Monday Jone3 to Tim tl luth? Carolina Indians Attncfc Cowboys, __ rnlversity Va June 18 -The graduating i Washington and tee university- today in the chapel B. a, societies _______ D additional du1 ijra Bottles or one pintorless ad Ol3c Fruit for, containing, -t ol battles provided Cofou 14e, C., June IS B. tj, miles sontn 01 uamuBisi w I Amir accidentally sot hiBlraroe dwelling and bnSea Insnrance j svm- TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. b railroad Xrom- that t. Princess Lnno won, MifiS Brookfnl thlrtL Time, 4 Heron won, Blareey Stoue, Jr., second. Castaway third. KASSAsCrrv.Jone It-First race, flve tongs, S won; Dewbenry Ton. one "mile, Je BSie McFarUnd won. third. Tiincl Third race, a grand, banquet last nigbc. a convention on gov- j I, -who Imocted Mayor L iDs." is stai at I Becond. at valorem large. fTEbe---------- day decided a e dealings 0_ EoSertBoimer'afillySanat yesterday trotted a liKrof amUeinSl 1-5 attheiate 2 -OS for raiie. -While batntoj: rnns five and won. Civil Service sec- Bnrdrace-one rmle, Goldenreel won, Fbtter- Fourth   

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