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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               I H VOL. XXL .ATLANTA, OA-, WEDNESDAY MOENING, JUNE 25, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CE1STS. THE SILVER BILL WILL GOME UP TQDftY. REED WILL PERMIT A VOTE Because He reek That He Has the Packed SQffi DEMOCRATS WHO WILL DESERT And LniWe the Republicans to in Moils a Forced Compro- mise trin t TON June 21 Con cns question came it u ho iso today Sj i r i ccl w is forced to tin s by tlie -west- ern sihtr H on en hug on him night and toll iu m nt bl Ulk thafc would vote tl e nit onal election law bill or any other I 11 Ut it ho should plico in the way of si Rci 1 that the men meant just what tl sii and he was jnst compelled to lo t  wis announced in the honse, Mr Bland offered an amendment that the sou i. i neml eats be concurred in Then the del U c i n enceJ and lasted oil day Spti el lx.1 that he has his men sui it nit t m hre to pxss the committee re p r t in 1 thus present the passage o i free c ini0e measure else he not 1 to ft ote tomorrow L On the o nt luiitl tut re are silver men. -who believe t' t 1 l e ertl got 11 le-rfj Etc I ra t t ie c QSpotip spender How- not bo for there are too many ng the eastern democrats, -who their party anl go -with tlian e free coinage ui this loss the democrat le lo-s hate little hopes of drawing enough str gth fiom tlio free coinage republicans to carrAhe r point It is true there are enough ILOO coinigc uion on the republican side to mi to with the domocra s and win by a very Vxr0t n T or ti, b it Keed is Impressing it upon tliLu tl it tUs sstiictlj a iarty issue and-nill loin i A 1 a e oiio of them in line to carry Li i ucli is non concjrrenco in the be at coimge bill and a request for a conftrc ce of the two houses G WIE 13 BLOCKED I ccd is to appoint the conferres on the par E tl e h and Morton those on the par of tt.L senile it will be a gold bug gang, anil t rest t w ill be compromise measure, 1 i 3 f r t e compulsory coinage of S4, 500  v. d he ever saw 'Be said he, "and I'll poke some souse into you The place where he showed weakness was in refusing to wait and hear Colonel John C Haskell's reply Once he referred to General Hampton's official signature upon a document, and said 'It's his sign manual He won't go back on that." "He'll stick to his said a voice "Will die for him right said another "I said he would not go back on his said TiUman "He ain't like said the man in tbe crowd To this Tillman paid no attention, but later, when speaking of some men, saying they had gone back on their word, tbe man in the crowd jelled again "Like said Tillam, "I expect I'll pardon you out of the penitentiary next year THE DRIFT OF THE SPEECH That silenced that particular man, but the continued the guying His speech was on the line of his interview telegraphed to THK CONSTITUTION last nfght It voiced the farmers demands, and charged tbe poli- ticians of South Carolina with political lep- rosy Ho defined that as "office seeking for the money that s In it "Before the said he, "you had good government, because your officials were men of honor and sought office for the honor of it Since the war they have sought office for the sake of the pay Before tbe war Havne re- signed his seat in tbe United States senate, and came borne to be governor at a smaller salary Since the war what have you seen? A governor resigning his office to accept a clerkship under the government at Washing- ton at a larger salary! You have seen a judge resign his seat on the bench to go to congress, because tho salary v. as larger, and you have seen a congressman resign his seat to accept a railroad position because the salary was larger He said at tbe conclusion of this part of bis speech "They say I took the charge of po- litical leprosy back I don't take it back. I rub it in on 'em Such charges as such accusations against men who are shining lights on the bench and in tbe highest positions within South Carolina's gift, infuriate the people whom Tillman calls the aristocracy, and state pnde is aflame with indignation bis asser tion that South Carolina has never had self government THE BITTERNESS OF THE CAMPAIGNS The bitterness increases day by day, and it is a marvel tbat he has avoided personal diffi- culty after making so many charges against men of high character The recklessness of these wholesale charges is only less remarkable than bis adroitness in Retting around them when a particular individual demands satis- rcquirefl boyaof sixteen, and patriotism put m an earlier age At this there was a storm of applause. "I was not aware, friends, that this gentle- man bad affy personal animosity against me, said Captain Tillmaa "When I fut out my hand toward him, be drew back as if I vtas an. adder, and said, Iton't touch me [Ap- plause] "Now, I want to say to bun, and every confederate soldier hare, I was an in- valid, paralyzed-in bod, when the-war closed He can't touch my war record I tell yon that in July, '64 I lost this eye GENERAL CAPERS CALLED Then turning upon Colonel Haskell in a rage, bis one eje flashing fee, he roared "I can call to witness a general, as good a general and a betterone "Come here, General Capers General Capers, now a minister of the Epis- copal church, stood on the rear of the plat- form a man of fine presence and clothed with the additional (dignity of clerical attire He worked his way through the crowd, and came to tbe front The crowd for once was still and expectant, when General Capers said in aloud clear voice I am asked to bear testimony to tho hero- ism gallantry and honor of a brave man in the Twenty fourth South Carolina God forbid that I should fail to bear testimony to a brave man Jim Tillman, of Edgefield, was the oriilame of nay regiment This was followed by thunders of applause, and the reflected glory of his brother's heroism fell like a mantle upon Ben TiUman Here General wade Hampton, who had been very conservative in his opening speech, rose and appealed to the people "When I commenced to address said he, "I urged you to give every man a respect- ful bearing, and you Will do me tbe justice to say that I made no reflection upon any one I do not propose do so I know there aro men in both of tho factions I hope not to see the gap widened Give Captain Till- man a respectful hearing until he closes, and then cheer him to the very echo if you feol disposed to do so Hurrah for Hampton'" cried a voice, and the old hero sat down in the midst of a storm of applause Then Captain Tillman went on speaking oi the times of 1876 'The grand mogul here" (alluding to Gen- eral Hampton) ruled tbat storm, and ruled it grandly, but I was in it, too Who was At crieda man in the crowd said Tillnian, "and this man was there with him Who was at Ellenton? Who was in the not? Who led the company? Tillman! And when anjbodv comes here and talks to you about my record, I could spew him out of my mouth As he said the last words, be turned ana glared at Haskell, his face rigid with hate and his eye flashing fire When Captain Tillman concluded he diately left the platform, and was driven from, the fair grounds back, to the Grand Central hotel GENERAL EARLE SPEAKS General TEarle, one of the other two candi- dates, then began speaking from a carnage nearer the grand stand After a half hour a MRDEMN'8 REPLY TaMORTHEH'8 LETTER THE JOINT CfflVfiSS SUITS HIM And He Will Stump the State From End to End. THE PUTFORM'OF pINGIPLES Upon Which He Proposes to Make the Race DEBATE TO BEGIN AT S10000 Tho am' body had not debated nor considered the bill it had passed and sent back to the house If the bullion redemption features were stricken out then tho government was placed in tlie position of buying gold and silver bul- lion and pnj ing tor it in silver that was the only money provided for that purpose Sow free coinage meant that a man might take v, orth of to a United States mint and take away S130 Itjmeant a profit of (XX) 000 a year to the bnlbon owners of this country It meant that we should say to the world Bring us your siHer and we will give you thirty per cent more for it than you can get vanywhere elao He would not impose such a tax upon the people, and the bill reported by this committee meant that this eminent ihould buy silver for just what it was worth Mr Bland wanted it understood that he was for free-coinage but if he could not get it be wonldvoteforthisbill.it he could get two providing that notes oat- standing should not be limited to the cost prupe of bullion and another that notes should be redeemed 111 coin This latter was important; in order that coinage shonld be kept up and bullion not stored in the treasury simply as a commoditj Mr Tou nscnd Colorado announced thai: i! he conld m t get free coinage he would vote tor this 4 500 000 bill as offering a considera- ble ement in present condition Mr Bartm, of Nevada also folt it his duty to vote for any measure that pointed in the direction of free silver The last three are free coinage republicans, who voted with tbe domocra'a in the .recent effort to get a direct vote upon the bin as it from tbe senate Mr Wheeler, of Alabama, spoke of 1be ap- plause wbioh greeted tbe silver bill when it was. brought into the house from, the whore M received the support of afteen. and oil the democratic "'10 Sad constituencies SPAPLRl OIKU relalons of the United States, was m onhre mnrtathy with the amendment which covered fte recommendations made by tbe Latin American countries MR EDMU-NDS'B AMENDMENT. Mr Edmunds moved to amend the amend- mont bv inserting the words "information in ftaUie made the motion so as to guard against bills were, taken from the business bad, in the past two years, fallen off greatly The liabilities, are in excess of mainly to northern firms There are S1O.OOO oi preferred debts, all to home creditors The assets ore nominally ,000, buthardly more than half that amount will be realized. o THE MEXICAN Will Be Supervised by General Mosby Today. EL PASO, Tex June 24 faction This evening, Mr Th omas Cothran, of THE .FESBTOH DIM. PASSES, era! John S Mosby arrived this morning from San Francisco, to supervise tbe third monthly drawing of the Grand Lottery Juarez, which takes place publicly tomorrow, in pres- ence of thousands of our citizens in the large hall of tbe Mexican, International Banking company, situated on the plaza The famous general males the long trip monthly for the purpose of superintending the drawing of the Grand Lottery Juarez, of Juarez, Mexico. The Sun's Cotton Review. YORK, June made quite a spurt toward better prices during the morning hours Liverpool came a little steadier cults closing report, and this led to buying to cover, even some buying fora rise, but soon after the noon call, there were more sellers than Dnyers The early advance was not only lost at once, but OTiees continued to give way unfal the whole Snee was considerably under tbe dosing figures ofroBtStoy tathe last naif Hour June Bejan to The lottery Question. BATOSEOTOE, June legialatave last night, after r, Boatner, Mont- ited a conference referred Foster, a mBsteon mU ba The committee will meet at it is behoved the .settled. iveu tnaw wiio Sentenced to BetHanaea. s, June at-Napoljon uncle on Fel ofmnrder in----- be banged September Abbeville, a son of Judge Cothran, who went from the bench to congress, called upon Mr Tillman at the hotel, and called him to ac- count for bis insinuations that bis father was guilty of political lenrosy The reference in today's speech to a judge who went to congress for a higher salary seemed to be aimed at Judge Cothran "When I got said Mr   Deir Sirs TCours of June 21st, inviting me to i joint dis- cussion, to be held in such sections of the state, and under such dcrections as may be aprccd upon by mutual friends has fccen recen etl It gives me pleasure to say that jour proposition is agreeable to lae In fact, rov friends have been, for some tune considering the propriety ot making a suggestion to jou very similar to taa one that you have made to me Of course the times and places of meetinfi-, and the order of between >ou and me, will be irranted by our friends three of whom have se'ected and three of tvhom you will and these gentlemen will make all the arrange- ments to carry forward our 30 jit discussion THE TtuTF IS StlORT The time In which these joint discussions can be made is very limited and wo cannot hope, In this manner to reach every countj in the states but I think the principles of eacli of us may be promulgated in tho willTeach not only those who i laj have au oppor- tunity to hear us but who live at a oistanccr will receive them through tho medium of ttos press, and to icuike mvbclf perfectly understood, and to reiterate tbe that the position which I oocupv in this ampaigii is the one already taken by me in my letter to the people of Houston county I again refer to that letter It contains all tnat Js embodied In tho first six articles of what is known as the alliance? yardstick For the seventh I ould rerrove all restriction. upon state banks and repeal the laws prohibitinpr national bunks from taking lands as loans For the eighth I can sav with Gmemor Gordoup who iuhiB letter endorsed the I dorse without reserve and with unabated em- phasis the policy of the alliance f i r an. increase of the circulating medium of tha country the best means of obtaining that increase, am not fully prepared to adviac In other trorJs, I -an not prej ared to ret-ommciMl tbe sub treasury scheme, as> best remedy that: will meet tho requirements of the farmer This ismj platform A EEPLT C iLLTSD I am perfectly willing that >ou should present yours, and let the people -who are entitled to be informed, f uily know what you eiidorce and voexa you stand, Do you confirm the statement found iu an edito- rial ofe the Alliance, Farmer Tho thing is fixed, tb t you had put jourself upon th3 alliance platform and said to that paper, though you differed with inc I am on thi3 platform have been here all the whi'e and am here to stay "Which platform contains tho sub- treasury bill? Or do yon stand upon the plat- form of your homo organ the paper whicSl announced jour candidacy, the Sparta Ishmaelitcp to wit ''The country is going to ha-v e some- thing better than tho truck patch trust and- eleemosynary inflation scheme, I add ol the creasury bill TJpon whatever platform you may determine ta stand I am willing that the peop L shall hear ua to joint discussion, and Jet them deaiuc between jou and jour platform, and me and mine I beg to assure you that you need bo under no fear of misrepresentation from me, or of unbe- coming personalities in discussion The issues involved in this campaign aro serious they involve too much tha.t is near and dear to our people, to permit ireto stray from path of an earnest dignified debate I beg to name as gentlemen who will represent me on tho committee of arrangements as follows Colonel Dan G Hughes, Washington Dessau and Oeorga. C Price Yours very truly( TH03LAS As -to TE3fNESSEE Whicu. Two Men Dead On tlie in Perry County, Tenn. NASHVILLE, Tenn June 24 Meagre reports of a kilbng at Buffalo Perry county, have been recenedjhere William' Luaen, Eobert Arnold aud a man names Owen, left Dock Stewart s at 9 o'clock SatnB- day night, to attend a debating society Bone's SpnnK AH wera under tbe of whisky, and we-e shooting along the road. After leaving the society they renewed the> shooting, but no attention was paid to themv About 11 o'clock five shots in rapid succession were beard, and next morning William een was found on the roadside with a 32-caUbra bullet in his neck, and a 38-caUb-e- bullet in his breast, and Kobert Arnold wsttt two 38-cahbre bullets In his breast A pistol was tightly grasped in his right band Four chambers were empty Owen stated that htt "yiTitmm..tumBd-and -white Hasko------- TiKmangaya he was Mr, General Hampton deplored a division of the whitejieqple, to the times of 1876 He compared present movement to that of Mahone, who first raised a disturbance in. the democratic party, and finally landed in tbe re- Trabiicancampand was finally overwhelmed with defeat. He concluded by expressing tho hope "that all such, renegades should meet a similar fate He has come out, as the papers say, "The Chief of iieners." Oh, gentlemen, this reiterating thecharge and taking itback when hoismetlacatolaee, lasickemng. It is dis- lieaxtenrng and when we find good and true menied astray by bis claim that lie has the people, led aside by his striking at those whose twenty years of devotion mnsfi them to oe sons. focjKthosa and seeking lo make- a division rJifoBg our people, seeking to divide those -who .are brothers m war and in peace. Oh, gen- Icemen, this is, infamous-" Wbatis this ihrag of TiUman? Have any of our people analyzed ft? It merely means that and three-sevenths of those trim-rota are -to Jhava left them before tbe killing found now He is not to oa 'Tbe "City of Paris" All Bight. LONDON, June inquiry institute! by the board of trade into the cause of tbe ac- cident to the Inman line steamer City ox while that vessel was on a voyage from New York for Liverpool, has been concluded, and a verdict rendered. The court in its find- ings attributes tho casnahty to the wearing of a propeller bearing It also finds that the safety of passengers on tho "City of Pans" was not sacrificed to speed, and that tLe esseX is one of tbe finest in tbe American manna service _______ TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. Bond offerings yesterday, an accepted at 122 for four per cents, and 103 for four and a, naif3. Sedectnclc population of Brooklyn at Jobn t. SnUivan pleaded gnBty at Porris, the law j on Second Column Second Page.] finally accepted the credits without deliste, The 2fat5onal Editorial association assembled in Bixtb annnal session in Boston yesterday. Tbe Pennsylvania and Illinois republican Rtafe> conventions met yesterday. The international prisons congress, ttfiicli ba4 been in session at St. FeteralmrE, has finished ita business and adjourned. entire business portion of Cenllos, Jf. fifty miles north or ABraquenjtia, vras destroyed. by fire on Monday night Farther consideration of toe licensing bittby the British parliament has been postponed ontu- Thursday "The government willdrop outtwoor three of the clauses. Tnereisatie npontue DUnois Centra railroad astrUceol toreamEswitchmen. The jnen saj fte stake wBt extend over -the -whole isystem. The detnana the men is the of an obnoxlons enperin- temjent. n., delegation waited tte Census Porter yesteri-y ana. camplamed against the trntchtl as- ms vfiBCcmdueted in 5L-Be-polis, assertsc, the pctiuaon lad Ix tondutenay gs rlntendentpr-rt Tfceya.'r-orarecoi' were tanUj-eattstactory to ttas visiton.   

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