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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               J I JSTiTU TENNESSEE HEROES. SOCIAL RUMOR When the Assaulted I .he THERE IS NO OPPOSmOH IB GEORGIA Ami a a'lembcrs of the rn M.cetl, con posed en of soililien. bulb h ix e been la h, OMltcme.lt ,'1111114 the nltr.it the aui.apt ol m ot the th. Sh. rill ifler 1. P m Al i e thai la 1- su" .eiliul m and struck ill '1 t i i.tbr-r Ion 1 loin N sir T mil not1 c i r t -me-ikor n ed I..-. and bcU" llie t0 T THH HIP POCK I T Pl'A.1 Fl> T 111 R VLFifiH N t Jannarv M" u land, m S, am BY WHIGS HGHTEEHUVES ARE LOST the Caisson and the JUM -Bodl Recovered. FCT t GC1'eral that has co-iipieteU died himself and his baud smco they haio bioaghteist He say l.e the tba Civo negroes wai the body of a AN INTERESTING HISTORICAL SCENE Tie Plotercs presented to Governor Taylor. Wtao Aceepta Them the Part of the Speech of Acceptance- Tenn, January office was the Governor Taylor rt .uts S" s., icars ago b, Mr V .Ibarn Cooper and have since been the propem of the Governor Brown and the .irter of The portraits are .nl at table, a book in bis right band tbe two negroes wao arSSSSEs'M [s seated, aJid his 1 Brom. s picture over the man tt{ encS' 'wesf the out Lionel Collar the governor made BETTEB rrri.s OTER IT n trrx BUT THE LITTLE KING IS VERY SICK The Queen Keijent Sends a Telesnun After Midnight that Her Baby Ha. Taken a- Change for the Better MADRID January P m -The coa- of physicians lasted an h, ur The queen regent tbe king mother and wept prolnselj Senor bagi-sta passed tb. entire night at the bedside of the kmg At 5 o'clock reiulMOM n ere applied to tho head of the king, nnd lawr ha became calmer and the feur A. bulletin just is.si.el states that the knv is rest- "'The'ftovemrnent has id >alc 1   It the hi .11 h, n dl al n" II >lTec s mirmnc irii.h' .orth otbeis earned the tools H e we wo would be rchei ed in abont two ,ooked door nbeii I hoard somebody say u recen A midnul.t bulletin ,rts tl it Mf ".so a H lilsh idsMl.p- arc a .11 disappearing. 'The'cortcs a i] mrai t all. ran eM n ss, ,11 ot heir simpitlues f, r Tho siifti nag 1 nn, e rilKIIITll gone and he 11 as meii-j _ind bright IAING Th hi ii.i Ilunjan ini i ii h 1 bis Its l l il, v hue 1 11 us f r ll S s lh> i i l mir ssis i lie ulV the or i i hi.h "tlv "urc' ..iph, togithc mi- lllss i nun ,v anrt both 5 and hear Ltnti j d tint thiisiiHi Tl DOL11 s rU and Mrs i.l.tisbut f.irtosa. -i not boriu no lick the tictfe the Their Bi of, ncj.uMiirii" tO begaspclisbc nisbe-l V ooiv Uj scoui ilrcl has ,l aiuniioi, 1 imn E s" fi uud tbat hp bad not been s ,j, o.tiiaeil this ho ffoKlfi: HolYics pinnts wr mgcd wife connti hil i publicity -d i 'K her tivo ihihlnn _____ MASHM1.I.E They Theins each other and I ll out th, tl at ill Johns >n naic n tf iiia Ui n in Kf ino t( 1 ni I. has. a s ap it laiiih Mi" i the pii-.iili.nt th 1 Mr Han f mts ot n ncj .is ml tlui 1 u, c i.cl h nil ic "'t S S S J 1 i m 1 md -1 i' l nl7l 11 ll s tl 111I1D19 Ot tl tl r, ,is ipo r, r 111! 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Tl..ee Caucus MaUe a T.e 1 "here ii. re siient> three STcoEE rmag One re, ort that h, ,1 ,n i ,lc I r There mil be ot Hauiock ,t it of the t lit Rl is hurB' Thi chilli and a r the colliu takmK a last mil of the d. al eiiipn- She bequeathes her pa uurirto rmptrir VI nil Take a Uaftt L.ook in th, OIK-U, r- its a, H k it ,1-is lK.ei ,i at lUih ii T h, l 1 t 4 cm) cm mark" sl" ant-s t a large nun I er if .1" llinous bodies Tlic Frc In k a .lau'litiri'arriied mil rlln U.. Home to attend tin r m" r 0 iroiin prmce of >en kmirif Deumaik al the lu. icilhere The ceremonial nt the fu, S hos- tile pllllliO ill img past nmiins rho m L Le public. "diulifr tho ,a snm w t he serv- n it ll ami re- I1 I- NT d that there in lint l i art in 111K CM H Ml'MBKI-S Ihe club, ukn il iHie.i i httlot.nubli b. i m mle.s 11 1 tl U 11 Inn lb< 1 K t i.tsine tne 1XS, .aeoftlea, I olishlv d.evi i ui, i hut lllia, mVcrsl leiu, u yts 11 ore ,n ute is ti the ci nd. iiitaiiild c km., l ii. the t thev haTl at lust a 1m ll ,r iilnch Judge Slli y h iiteied up m the bi 1 ir-rv pers a r sh.ll hue been this i. mt 'Viunlhc iml liter thu date MOTION AttonieyB f< TRIAL. the Cronm Case 1111 Vn of JudgeK.lUs ill. n.l.ct   of rennsili inn s I mmri 1" 'lwd 1 riu.l 11 tl, i i I' 1 disk up: ana s n imi.s tint lh. f itair ut the I, s m his isH.iatis her. I t. "IV 'n ,i d "f- t r 1 afte-r the roi.lm of Mr ONiill f H, emotion sul ttvJMffi. nol If nmkm hft tod ,y ror great lint --t -nv mm IN 1 v_ f r hjs imnd i. osulln (id conlanf the i tile One 10 -I it! this afternoon At >ml re-t a cf tnishl Burke today ,_______----- Slie IMcd hi Her Horses Suffocated and t hem election to nlf the Knapp m bj oraker t oSuiSS, on the ground tha Knapp had not been bniwl Trotter as tnough to Itetlrc Ipor A.SIH-M TON January in -The resiRn.it.. Trotter colored recorder of deedsifor the hs has been received at the ivhite house npnn a SSL' t, ,a, the position a >otlection in AH 1 anlo.l hi hoc in nanir fr ,m. Mill -al has also ral of I mi" r r si, ,rt that tin de. ral a.le for Uiat fun. ril li th, a will not 1 itnc to the i l f res" All- I s, 11, .1 at tho -1 1 th it tin lane r ,1.1 I ndea ,1. i! il authort- r Mnimodt hi ri i ard the g. greemcut_______-------. That lerrible  ATIO> VI. Ke presented to Cong, ess aimiri 10 1 bill has re of the Man o frm.au. I, ecu ti.m to qu ish ti te ase tint the ....cmcred nnv eiidenc tLem to anew tr.il th iihntr to .1, i 11 tuients the ei titles Carden ill to Tina l.uuarilo-L'-pectin- of t de i Three More, Bodies Found p nlifled The Fly W heel Broke. i nt lift ttic ni darkness uui.ii J v set m motion A Fire in Kiehmoml Jvmari 10-Fin tle-troiecl a shop on Belle hurt by falling Junds on the iTj.'a'L'nd 'bae'k "Sjios. toured bj .nsurance v, in, h has til. tui P societies of the road Ril from id the of lx.e i O K road fro i-lics t, and all bts t j the K, ftsMlle t, Md arland H Kosanlle by the to I rawnull rlllgfc nl part.- of sai 1 vetcrnarj surge ilueuza c inpll. ill l rj lie as a, ue, caialr} and t niilli He i- orgauizC'I h) th, umsli a cans I ha'aM Tf striiu, Hi' a L f the ema, ,1 i imic as the r br h, N re ciilisle i ,l.r fib" I iptur .1 MII ac an1 ,nra.l, "thitsl 1 i r, Hu- I 1 i rl ill art.ir lifi.r I r l> tl. .l.k war hia- ntllMkhlKOn icd in Mnler- f the court pnsoners to tlnlr Miiatt i K t. .1 1" the it IIP. ,1 to lio ll man luld r, turn north the gang of. n ana t I ll lasi- v at Andcr- v, t. ranfl and Carden n ill have tojmig_ Desperate Character I n nreseiitative-. in R( in it m in this ct members, and as C ol in hall of the house tfvmorro phjsic i-iii ItirnMis ami confined to Ins ith a sc1- ere c i l.h -h it the democ ratio eancus ton.gl.t, list congress but as it is the usual s "sjss ct- deleeation Ue iv.ll perhaps be the man jt, >V J5 The Committee -n-AS.n-.rTOs nnii in in shmlj attended toy cleetiou ______ ____ Trashlnirton's Claims. WASBINGTOSI January 1" senate commit- Ander- t r-d ill appcrtVms to arrest him but b. toP_ on officers anu BUCCCHS the to jail a them e has heard, with deep of the lonpaiid moo ot masK-Ku of the man _-------- 0 "News In all that the murder was hatched [position Major Powell, survey Miron M Parker, president y-ashington hoard of trade, and General Felix of Sie Baltimore American. TuanStend the I'hllade plaa k eommun.cate these transmit a copy to adopted and mils, AoUnan and Mutehler of respect to the lite repreaentaOie Kellej_______ The New Bales. WASitn-OTOsr, January 10 -Copies of theJfcaft uruer was removed, therefore. JiVe" decided to elevate Begga to his old Their Heirs Will Draw the rjne. WTVAMCC Ind Jannary 10-In a quarrel be- Claude Parrlsh Hanged. c Janoary 10 A Strike Settled. A Bongh Time at Sea. >FTV VOEK Jannary steamship "tag which left Bremen December 7th, s being cared for by the 11 I nr n.p TO iijl I Fhiii "C( n" is to be b tamed t, ,ual park 1 r-.pi r t.' m along Drv roajl t) Springs 1 "ckauiauga ni ir to Reed ol cov about acre. YllllKepljtoMr is tetter h f Ihe prop Sn their land.- tja littie more battle anO present arka over a 5ear The Mississippi ntrodnced none of TheSui >rwTCKK was uwasseenthat order tow ird the (n-'.'-an3. tT.'-T w'fe Lu th. at sea. The crew are German coPHnl-faBre Paying OM Old Uebte. and today many them of great interest bemg wrongly aimed M printer M eicitoig great cKeeiy opponents I d are ff 1bent fl ht A A Car Coupler rards. _ _ The Tariff Hearine- B. E. Monument. CandldaS. Miss Dorser AU are as tnick as for railroad The World's Fair January Ane ttee on. the d> for-ard a jre naa -nav aid ui the the Air I O Leonard Terry. 9 j- WJirlWe manner mThe wondert man for The etnke of Wetst Bohemia, la nnine arrapgfenjCTit to can. a site, Sir toe reacted.   

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