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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 189O. PRICE HYi: CLSTS. DEMVNDING A SCALP. OOKIII s w AGAINST THE CORRUPT PRACTICES Ki publican uli il r IMstr -t> In tlie Last n on tue Utter He intiiuat.d that tlu U will Iftttr hue been dl jr intin ti d bj mon 5 uhK h liad it tl >r Vhitaktr of Mart nsville, Ir 1 ihairmin ol tin dunxratir e m i itt c n tin "tl) i --eittnibtr and which v. s rcr nt pill li lied in an e rial thi 1 (ire Haute i- a pa, or ubli 1 il (he 1 Mied) in the t v.n f the '-oiutt i 111 d't rf It ttt r t> be A chid or a twin M-ti r f this M h t 1 r 1 Iter win li to the tlf r it ttert pn iscly btmil ir txprt us as an 11 1 in tin Iml li h l i i-t t Mini U in j. lists i I 1 ul tl il ti rs d rilKHthtm Hi anldirttt tint they sli 11 be In-it K lo afttr uid n ne oE them al Int reailn _ of tlu letter with loud liu_hurin thi Mr 1 liiiun i-> nitmued N tins hit iker littir m b rger> I do rl t tin Ul U h i M t 1 1 II l- M t NHMFNT l J n the distusuu tin Ftlmunds i d t a l irty vote t) n luti n tlma i nen I'M! M is rh os rt in that he w uid i iseertam the ju of the 11 tin ic rn n of its sul r hnati tin disj il f m r utine the s r Old II .a-luille I S Tl f In J i 1 s n t t i 1 il U Lh L N i Iml Ins D 1 Vll il 1 fair cts i I and t i ,Ji thi "M is crov. 1 1 1 l ltd In tl _ nd h I i tui H 11 i flu Uj i r s, nts .j i t a 1 1 ij i i l.i ialU 1 rili 1 tl 1 in I itn j; in I l i i d in w J u 1 n i i j i i i i 1 thr th t i mm., I nn n fit in unt <1 i IH nn r 1 r ai 1 st n 1 ml 1 i uul ll a d u i ilil ill it II rj i m n irfd that ri e 1 i-m F 1 nl d encii its 1 the CAL BEICE LEADS STTTTSE OPPOSITION ARE WORKING MAUD TO GET A COMBINATION AGAINST HIM Oliio SenatorsKip Straggle Growing: Guess at BEow Hie latnre Crounled. Tinuary 8 d  to Today the democrats nre of tlie opmi m that the icpul'l caiis men "who vi le not present, or, 111 other words, "packed roli call There w is no recapitulation of Mr RPP 1 we ild not allow it, and when Ike Hill the democratic employe handles "pairs, handed Speaker Keed tho list of those who were paired, tho speaker tho i airs and refused to them read unt 1 a number to whniu If ill pimtc ly appealed pro- d demo< latie en plojo of the house some the lepubhcins tin os and then, st m ling bacU in the It 1 by w ould ote for an abst lit colleague If ill tii s bu true it is coitunly hitfh ban led UK tliods whn h probahlj weie or icsoited to before 111 the histoiy of thr house of repro- stntitnis A close watch w.llhokeptbj the ilcmoei its latt r nn t Or I I OLKK S VTION f u post mster it AI iron was not sent t dij, ou account time boiiij; so much 1-with other matters th it he filled to to the jitsiUrit V of frtnN the pitsuUnt th ji niinp ai 1 nine iw icrfeetly satis- iii 1 tl t 1 w ou'd a< t i t in un il i r s ap nl me lit of I ki an 1 sen 1 the n -mimation V fi dais 'Ihcj ue, 1 1 1 ill L 1 f Jll IstO 1 S Hl- ith lul son anp will pi-1 ably iru- r ss it i 11 tl e p ts'nias n IK ral i i tl o n iru n tl it tin apnimtn out sh iuld he sent till s n iti it ou< i I k( noiv In 1 Is a chif f t C isi 111 s pi 1.1 imdt r the bixth ai lit i an 1 w ill sw to that f r a tlaj 6r o I i lh it is in 'tis h s intment is c rti iMj announce 1 win u he will o fir Ma hns m of S nunh, is somewhat him f r i ulloetor at S u urn ih and ill be eie ton i u to look altt rli is inti rests The other d one of tho Buc uti s walked into the tro is ii j If] trtii (lit h nk after tins case, an 1 f mil tint I) It, is ibout to be ap pmntcl (hnw ill t-hin fou e- igtrnst this in 1 now tl ink they o Seen t try Win dom on 7 hnson side thoy ttliq Flkins rTenuinti liun In Vtcnpt to en mitt r is in c< How Johnsons, HI intment is bj no me ms Cl lUlll (OIONFf of t'n K IK si t nt a while t in t 11 01 ele-rt C im bell nf Ol f w is ere ash rtwh U t .1 j i I fi tin i rtrtss M nue wherein uik is n su JTo   mght Judge Blandm, Martin A Toran, V P Kline and others, of Cleveland, in con- flection TMth anti Bnce men, are trying to form a combination to unite the field against Brice The latest poll, -Rhich is largely guess work, places the vote as follow B S F Hunt, 2, John McMihon, 4, C S Bnce, 32 John McSwee.iey 2 J fr "Warwick, 1, George E 2 Judge Alallon, 1 James E Ncal 2 John H Thomas, C Baker 0 Thomas E Powell, 1 J K McLean, 1, Frank Hurd, "W Du.ner to Democratic Governors JSEW "ioiiR January 8 Business Mcns' Deuioeritic assoeidtion gave a dinner tonight at the Hoffm-m house in honor of the democratie goveruord of Ohio "Virpruna Icraa >ew Jersey and Montana and incidentally to celebrate the of the battle of New Orleans Gov ernor of New Jer-cy was the only one of the firo executives present ernor Hill who was also cxpe f refcrtt nnn attciuline0 were from fc-K 1 resident Cleveland Oov Bois, of lowi. and Governor McKmney of "S ir E ma J 3 dwird president of the tlub n Abou I K) prominent d  It ill and tlie deiuuei vey p irtook ot tlie iliiiiHj- __ The Maryland Senatorship BV'ITI i mi TJIIU trj R fei n n dt pendent) eetimab s that foenjt r m will !e reolertcd by the et ite loRislatiire on the first billot fnrtj thirty nine necess try for a ehoice The Sim estimates tint in state st nite md the h mte ot di legates there is lint one Hill dcmocrit ab igamst flft> Cleveland dcmoer its to uomintte s id G< hjrht 1 ut it NVilfaou will b f coinnit rc  t uuLU I if n Jt i  ml htho'-tnat rhidsobf nl ed e i i i M i k M 1 Jll ihrri wh r in t d v. ith tin fi bt in 1 ire it n rl l l w 11 I stM 111 111 1 hr f 1 n li i 1 t if 1 u 1 k n n t i l n U ri? t l i i i r Mill 1 ri i It n! thi tli t n r 11 1 t M li It In pf1 t r I in s t. t U e tht. i U mis re it, L st 1 it ill i f H n 1 f n i it the 1 .In t t I" '3 i} 1WS lu   n in I t 1 lit h ul lidnutlit. Ii L. i _IU t i l 11 hi sn i i, i u ul en tli I tut r 1 h s i ,'YVn ti .r 1' c nn inn 1 t (b t t t J li lu u! i urt 11 Inf. UK iitmc 0. ir> hi 11 .n UK I dim hi sinttattu in r f I 1th i u ml 1 Il.-n.vl u r M in i 1 nt like the ither-, Tho u n m i-, li Ibieiimtho hm Is f iem >i Hill 10 1 w th it a ti n lit in tikinon u tl at thCj e ed th" Mi C irlt 11 t n i iiU d unl in n eil nit i ij h nids< me n sidciice at 1 II stu f t X 31is inli e f tnnlj will be here m vtwp k nl h childieii will itteiid 111 Wash Stew irt s sou, alter, is at sc.li hare 11 Mi Clemdits and Afajor IJ irnos aic in the thr cs rr w It is r 1 a., k on fruiuls havi Juried the ippt 11 that Sen itor e nominated Change of Leaders BOSTON Jauuarv 8 depositi jn of Seerc taij Alger and Treasurer I of the democrat1, state committee means the virtual overthrow the demoiratic liners who have f mpht the battles lor jejr3 azid the assumption of rop- tro' by the jounger port 01 of the part} includl ig such men aa Qu 11 j FreilOrjch Williains and Alatthc-wa Jr the latter named of whom presided i the la.st tlemi ratic state contention The i H torious elements locally known as the kmder0artcn and silk stockings____________ Massachusetts IJcmocratB BOSTON, January Alter the democratio state committee had transacted its regular business this afternoon they had a at Ire at Origins il Pat Collins prc eidotl an 1 a filieit oas speech in opt ninpr The e n U li nil was ni ule ly n. 1 1 II Ir 11 oh A >n of -orr tied ith f lion if U .into, wa-b, ail I'ted GOOD I1LL L JiLIC VN JliKOKS Iiistiiictions h> the tnitcil States Miiisliiil of lot ida T l ii i E T in nrj H hTe was a aensa tM i ii tli intcd rfiutiomi t iLij The i t-e Jj_ uust one haire a. dt niocrat of c sniitj is 1 einj. triod He is under iiidn tnient 1 tin craud jnij f ir clieti in fiau Is In 111 1 11 all i t ier similar u n I int s UIM.I has unif inn ii the in di mdit 11 ttie Around 11 the illegal drawing of tht Bid 113 C C Kirk, ilci ut} T nittd marshal of ulftia c M is n1- n uid reluetantlj 1 r J led the loili letti r J K M n r Hi Ju 5th C K rk 1 n I hi u AVill it c e< nier w th Mr 1 rlhj ai 1 n tke out a h-t f lift) or i nn st trie and tinil n pu 'ii. ni-.fr 11 in t n li-t it i i ir is jii the n ted St.it sttlrt and i rd the aaino II n J i t ler i of thf 1 nit d st itog court an.l it 14 n i. t 1 t if in i nci n in see lie ikui thib I am titilv J its 1 i i, I n ted M il 1' jrct thf1 n nin H f tlu p irties as in ir ii I it uid ra Ir delations aa 111 1 ]r ides tint tJic namen of jur irs shall be It f Ul w th ut ird t political afi i iti n- j tli ic IB a ise of a in uMial tnat nainis ol nly true and tried repal 1 leans be 11 u i d i the box juld no-ulniit the letter in evidence Kirk s h tter innplv transmittinjt sixty republican naiuo1- to li rk alter is on lile in the latter s tftUi bnne h mutilattd the pnrti n whili Us thf ut that tlie names eele  t it was i He that the [iidlo-, litt r h ul lien forced or 1 l i i il t 111 innootnt tin rallv t" ti all.ttir at i car ti be a I l.i u r n Uii es  -t. was ut eiidtni" I th r n i lis of tl e oidv j sciit al U th j ubhran institiitu tak< be stt fi i exai HULHI set the it t in tli n next batui Hv tt 10 a 111 The defnuUnts win h 1 1 l.rki mil tfcti if tliL loli bulltr II "t hail t rClnrv I ni that he hul ilrt ul each Chris dazotto furni-hed i I UK I nut tt Mirfh-'l .1 Hi'l n aril to t it lu inns au 1 expected t him in thenornnv sctth 1 thf rr I ef ri it i TI it up 1 i i rt iie iirt iict" tli it his thrills will m Mnhl n trinr  Miners Kurietl Alive. BFNTKR Colo January 3 V telegram from Victoria mines near Trinidad eajs that a caie in urred in that mine this morning men were buried 1ELCGRAPH BREVITIES Rear Hud at Uia residence in ashing ton 1> C anil la Put in Prison. THFXTOVN T Januai} s coronor s in quebt into S death of Mr-> Knifliu wife f Dent Kuitnn t a. fe'.v itiu bad beun lird Mis 3 urotll i ay put on the stajid bi t mstttiun of her ejunscl she refused to aiisivf r anj lections put to her Her c junsel aro'ie and I lUfatru -witness not to answer and I think the law ui hits me in it hilc she n >t! eru arrested jehers nee the ttmble mi r ier committed e has iwen under <-urroi acc THH RICE MFN SFKAK Colonel John of fla ap peared in behalf of the nee industry The nee growers had been alinned by statement': rcjK'at edlj made that the dut> on nee was He j urpu ed 1.0 "-how hat this n not so and th it in all t iirncw th" rlu h ntradn t "titen ents had be niurt as bilorf the war The this v. is tbi tiuth Bcfjie tlie war with labfr twieeusmu h f i- jr li id in this countr> ab at nt o inn I'ttle rice then ai 1 ]i rted at i, i n itie- M ith sla-ie labor the rice ,rr HI posit n n i defy tin hil tl i  r and it was niJt.ru r m that of No pr >te ti n nd then neli i_d 111 1 1 er the t, rnint nt nor the prjductr the M ir tlie sumti n hid entirely (lunfftil an 1 r u Inn v. i w neeessaii The -n ir tlu in it1- m I incv again jrjrainzn 5al r i in t, plarttH and nt im_a ion M rk- I ibor was n fir an 1 ils i cTcctuo The eliangpd e r i il f I U us w al o t the di'-uli uitagr- f tl Vint u n j r ducer ind he 11 >w i n d the A u 1 1 i et n him in cmnpetm n al n >st in bis lull-' 1 li trrasurtr rtp it-is1 d tint tin- bulk l nre fatnt here fi Jin luni is I r in at th n i per p mini I il wed -_u irlv enh n< 1 ri AM THE WIRES CROSSED Jt i Ji i A LARGE BLAZE IN SI LOUIS. Tb.e Western I nlon roj i t lat kt bnaic-e f itrf action la t in thi th of n The Itlur IH an Iressi 1 t the set reta.r-v of the society and f i! ims j IScall Set i Di u -MT Ji tbc a I s-, n f I th r i L 1 lod with i rcsiunatioi vs 111 olnter in I niLtiiber the New n A mill 111 it t> 1 thus resent tin i ill J r 1 t s m c tuif, i i I the ni itm ol lh bor tj as an i nph< 1 if nsure f t1 exeeuti've r i imittee ho'.briL, nnbtlf nsj nsil h in part for the silence ol tlit; eun inittce nj_ in the aim juiieement ol the de ith of u Jenersmi [he sole of tf iiieml birth nci an r ami str couth, all -hades of p tb i el mint nt in muni cr-. an 1 in 'tun e r( rial i t i 11 vid b> il c a I j l n ot u n M U ti us in c I n f hiu n i irth ar- in 11 is as the m r tl M r si i t c s in the Hi 1 th ittr-t-fUUallrUui 1 1 rt u T r a-, f J th fulh di 1 t 1 L j.irlv t in win 'i t u.-, n I tli r A tlaiu 1 Ail 11 1 i-d wi liit tnnt, an I j i  ind one or tw t i l h i m the fir w i- hr i_ln i n I'- mplete r mtn but tl t IJH !l i r is r i 1 tha i sain L iiuin 111 s H I ri I it but a< In t i T< rts nre n_, i i i h f e.orn- inu.3ii al n II f n r n_ i a6 East St I ms II ti i si u l i ni tin base- ment 111 I sj n a Inii, nj ir I s jii tliat all tlie n imU s ftl< r n ba J to flj f r the r I and n of l! eat had 11 irruw esefliM.s UJ IN t 1 H I I- 111" A jxk t f wins i 1 inii Ui b nM iiff by Tli1- i lay loalod d n tli ttKi.it 1 1 l !i phone as 1 n tli i 1 in f ue. During' sti r 1 n 1 1 L t n hi in Any bioaks CHI iii'-t: 1 "i 1 tli i is bidly nil rriij 0 t i ck Lh u 1111 t, a vtirs b, t U f ii t of 1 1 1 i 1 ni, oxme in i ill u t i h i 1 n k n I i d i hjj i M ire ind i m tl 1 u In i n lir The 1 noi t 1 as I i f t nit ind trouble Kt un j itt 1 fr i I'K i on tlu r f if at il! t 1 i' u i 11 ta tl bv einenl u 1 Hi t e i Un bound e 1 v ben lis i K 1 J 1 nre irlim i r in i It i I .id but tliH mas t vt ir -i 1 i< !i ah st lu i 1 1 u light ut of tl o str t j r< i u un t v sf il work, in 1 the iiti v. ill 1 i I n si 1 cu 1 i s in ti It j tlie i unt the i v i i ur- rciiti ic ti rm 1 T i t Vss. i it 1 I'r o1h< i', on tin MT n i II r w n t B it i rs i i i il i b uld- 111 hi i ht Iiri s rli ml i i_ i ei il ill ur j v e t i i r t 1 1 the j_r i nd in sift c i r il 1 nn H i n H d i ih r ui 1 st us in tl o 1 il in 1 their loss In L 1 1 1! t 1 ss is estin at. 1 it clfKM f uhirh O'X) fills on thr i 111 i i i i ij inj A buildings v, ere o i 1! j d tin by biuuke and w r IT ISJtOlOUT NJ VHIOOO An Interesting S Tod ij "V ry I urge I VAros f, a i U i T d Ilcal Estate Agrnt ILinij II in 1 1 at til incUon certain j r i n to t ti U m i) F. ex. tr 1 tl i ilj Maeim. 'hi I r (.etthd with thf at t Tl nd an 1th (-lit I w f r tin A >nnE t iJi l in IK if n L v. 1 1 -lils, im-d it r r tin i H i t i vx HH Hi. i i it i t fliy n nt 1 t 5-< Jl I r s 7 M f r -4  i w 1 i ut to the txtLi t of t i-> a.n> 1 the MICICU SHI It Is I'l >slON Jliat Iw I rtml t( 1 M it 1 itli un J cc charge 1 with L.H inent JIi i gran 1 jui v in t IL I a true 1 ill i anl IK fr nid the f, (i i and jws 1 w ea it n t t i n C thar lelie Tin 'iltohetlc" 1 i I ph I.ee v.} servo 1 n the   divided I i tMCin tht i st Ml ilie partiib ire m xs an I as thti v.< r n n s Idn in t'H war f ai I TS 1.1 m the w U w if I mate --nun n it Iiiir n lied the ripe r H ol L r n M n fraud i] pcir1-to be ji !i r i t u Iirly as Catliaiiiie Lee does not 1 1 f itv card old__________ The New B from u Oa Januarv R la! ing of the e i-ts wa-i n f the Arms is in j r at Mo-sonie ball an 1 le a brHJiant a-Iair and i FUCfPil llieelrrtioii if fffir-m of the J'Hn'crs f f dire  r-, t M V wh us i lr o Hope for January f 7 nkinf; There is no h IK> (f his r i-ver At midnight his Raid he In Krt r a few dajs and might die h jura GEORGIA BLII ng tii lie Piedmont Boom. r, 4Ja_, Januarj 3 iutoPicdmont in the past twenty four ?m al sections of the country Thirty thoafil doBara' -wortli of property changed handjday The bank: company broke ground on ti'oiuidation, of the bank and postoffice Lawrence may be right or 1 1C dearer van, of Charleston, of for granite and J tauJg and fee elegant hotel was begun today. I lor maru e, 1 Vailwlt and party are stUl liere. farrollton 8 public opeucd with a larg-c attendance Jackson county lands sold at excellent prices last sale day The electnc light wires ait over Athens and the ci rrent will IK turned up'jn them on the instant The farmers of are coroi dicing of the wirm weather a1- manj of them to B. ill wb.eh are eating their headb ofT The contrrcgation of fit, Tlioma-5 Fptsropal rhnrch in fhnioasvtJle worshiped In ihfir beat, i fal new cbun h Cor ttie time Mr A C a proiniMnjr i! fr inur hant of has remcixed AtUi ATTOltN Jf INF S 1I M r s t 7ai i i li> the 0 n it nil i i r r r 1 t j 1 I tha j b n ntv nu I I ii il ,11- <5imninii.hu fti I MX i i ib tin list Utnr iitb r l! i i I Itfhb i tj t i I 1 n A t i f ixs-ior ri H i 1 f r l ilii r 1 I tho ir t in 1 f Ih i i 1 t T jr It ill 1 [f r i t r This v, l v, l m n l iirdi 1 1 r Ht 1 it 1 t nl I l l incd. tl i Ji r i i- I Ion. ii 1 I I i Ui 11 i nt rial In i 1 1 j rf ft ra I Hi. i ii t i t i tJ Into f J ill t J Ilia 1. J K 1 1 i a <_r ICON A UTI -i 1 01 I.OM3S And thr CJU ill n I'ut In Moat J i. nt OrcN r f.a K i Hr tlfXJ- ti .n f i tin i'f-uam I I i It u and   a iMe U MAfr N 7in IAFI i I Tiif" nK rnlnfi [iiMil'ltl  uuike U i i tr j rr n jn lift T Kla-V f r_ a i ill- Vfr F f- I r a t'-fni-ww lia T d t i- i -srai and 1 r irui I Mr I i f Ai tn-r-n ap- j ultr-. i r x_fnt r -ad at M K TJ i i M- j ir tJ u f 1 ir- I n at tl at Mr J f-aru-ff-rr it I Mr 1 TI y djrt-f A ar ta '-tn' !cnr, I  in f ui tj 1 >r forgery who baa been eluding thf fnr two or tliree months At that t me h" forced Mr 7 Sawvers name to an order for S1QO ana d He -nas arraigned ft r commitment and ba k Jadee Ihinfiar handed m his resignation as recorder of the city of Aucuj'ta, He declined to serve in that capacity for tte salary set aside for f-iVc i1. r, s: of hf r linn r n i i n Tenn the recorder capac His but since the spirit of former salarv had er salarv h retrenchm ent baa gotten bold of Augusta it haft been cat down to Jndge Danoar decbnes to serve tor tins amount. ernor Kowle 
                            

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