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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE SALE OF A GEAVE VOL. XXI COMING TO LIGHT THE SAI- "ioT-BOJC FORGERIES. A BEBHOT TISfE IT. IJf COTTRT LAWYERS AND WITNESSES FIGHT. The Wrangle Over the Sale of the Tomb of JSary, the Mother of George Washing- Disgraceful Scene. FEKBEBICKSBIIUS, Va. January third dav's proceedings in the Mary Wasuing- monument libel suit opened this morning tense, ha em _ -iuch he denounced s a liar Fitz The tittle Wabash Biior OrerfloTring CAtHO, IU January 16 -Three taotod penons and it is feared that a large number vnu be torceu o abandon their dwellings and take refuge on tue The nver is out of its banks and the northern part of the town is flooded to the depta of twenty feet in some places, and five to one hundred houses are submerged The nouses nave all been vacated the people seeking ,ge in spare rooms of their neighbors in the were borne down the stream by the rae_mg waters indicate that families have suffered Much hav on bottom lands has been ruined It is does happen the result will be ap THAT TCUKIB1-E "GBIPPK." How the Prevailing liiM-ase IB AHectlns th. Laige Cities. Ciucvro Tanuarv received at the he ilth on istcrdav were not of an encouraging natire lev en of the eight} seven death certif n a es were returned naving the word influenza on the hne after the cause of death The number ol v.etims of the giippe was the same as that rn statesvvould eoth houses of congress by men who were then he would have been laughed at and derided FORAKER TRADESWITH THE FORGER REPOrVTEloN FAVORABLY Halatead'B Part in the Befnse.toSl.ow the Manuscript to a Visitor, bnt Exhibits a Copy Who Money 1 tlie ju- lUNOr.lb i ro- t dutcd bj course of Hartley, one of the plain UThW VoVrt then took the stand and mat- Diekson told scoundrel, whereupon fists, etc were used promi ui" e the adj ,urned to resentativo Grosovnor while .t was adn ,ed that the paper trsti T HOHT I Oil TUB SlTt. iut l-nsaBedon Worlds lair- of the investigation coiicen ed desiied to appear ell to any other facts that ff on Motions. iry 1C his "r this f tin- home s uil OHIO before Ih'e this daj if mir tcndtrejt ''Mii 'I our that fact, _. ght know bejmnR on the subject ire ft b ik but It l I v 111. ml rs f the i, toluve the s uthcr t TIMS, el e in the 1 v t 1 me a dumb ill the shallow of a HI tnnmlt of the world idle bubble and honor. orld HIM lost their vaue must vc RO I ut flier Oil s and inspiration ol or the ball matt nday during the session an 1 tin reiwlmB will form an n leres'im; fe.tun of tin moe-l- liig Ihe paiien, will authorize lhi> e nstruc- from to G ie n of tho Jin- -thcdcith of r, an.'to excessive cigarette, Wi, He is sill to have smoked fi m CttAZf D BY SICKNESS, A Woman Attempts buicide. FAIBBYUTT, January 16-Ono of the most shocking tragedies that currfid in this county arose about r. r enge oil ngland IISBON, January If, -Twentv royal marines rnak.nj against I ngland It is once change ng had been with his demonstrati ler.to ,d that a rtlj ben the tnst 5 e ir ol Ins ileti I w is th r ent Just then M iv i nn H n cfa of the committee 1 hi> prom t ;n put encrgv into the gentl. mm and d.in: v ear ho succeeded m buildup ov er se .n -1 hatrknocked the r.'roi 1 Previous to that vnr lenn w ent Mr i man. new ,e. the miles il s i r sew era inphslKd m M'auta ent huh that grcatlv night piiouir short i They ness prcc< tdi i p. rhaps .In u, l l, d him off iMthout hnl I iiLtimoint, and carried Ii id r n-. U pl matter what sell, ted the rtal exhibit 1 m the t> win Mr E f.itneily of Atlanta J.V TI-l-M IP as an old C ovoTTTmlo- J-veiling Capitol on "Moil -ould I l h ho had tlie h mor to n-pie n i ,11 did i. t rilv on irtilnial aid th. -.teoftb. exhibition vitlioutauj ilsistanee on the p .rt ol congress ST LOIIS TITS I> AV OAR Mr Hatch of Missouri favored the majority 1, n He said that prior to the appointment ml wisdom them m the believe! the piper a. know lidded that tint nflein riticity got tho paper retraction vv as genuine something had happened ..cinso him to mv ostlglte its Halstead didu t say vvhero he Witness had his suspicions, correctness iittci on fir.itn aft urs gentlemen mils and well known porter, goes oil the day, vi hen it vvi Hawkins has purel.asf d the paper Both M >jor and Mrs Baines it the grip_____________ _ THE BACl- PKOBIfM neoi jet ill t, nting the competing cities had entered into K -nnntteo should IK- was that a spc. lal spi Sena tor Sforgan Emigration ot rros, muarv H the i lit t. band) Te: In itrodnced bv vide the t color from the southern ;ecded to address the sen iort bill, .lu si iiate then took up t'ic bill i Mr Hutler on Deeembcr 1 th to pr o pu ronsiilention-i r r boimilanes in 1 It ro'w above o: of tl a ei m] ict that a tbetvmii the ri present itrvi It was true that thcv iker to c ill a meeting the c.iiiiiuitt.e "njuics imittee might sit during the auiFS TO HELP MATTEKS licprcscntative asked if Topp ards been found to he insane, the asjlum, to which the arhrmative had not if tt rw: mil bad not hi around tho house and went m the front door girl evidentlv struggled her mo her as Her face and hands were cov erod with the acid One killed instantlj, and one died about 10 o'clock tins morning Tho hahy three weeks old, was shot through hoth lungs, butTlast reports was still alive The woman and the girl to whom she gave the are afoahJ.andmaylive Mrs McNeil as a reason for the deed that she was sick and hid nThopes of getting well, and wanted to end her sufferings at on .buiue hav e resigned_____ fetar-ving ill the Soudan. "he death of KhaUfa arc untrue JJotninatlo-ns Confirmed w.wirerTOs. Januarv 10-The following nom a-djrfTSSS Varret, Petersburg, a J W JVnn> packer Charleston nock "V a T J Mr MI r been nnv i ml'.' the con i.et.iiR titici agieedt jr. quest the spi. .iniiuittie on rulci 11 nit tee but the or ,stnat the con hi hda Swindling the Immigrants. WASHINGTON January 16 -The United States conBul at Amsterdam recently reported tliat an effort was made to induce citizens ot to emigrate to Flornla, by Denting h port News. buab, Atlanta Four Little Negroes anuan 16 -I- ur negro lads, -whose j wore de- ..j the citj your list of work Jot the, car but for the seen the papir before I-OttAKFE TEI.L8 ALL ABOUT IT Ix Governor Foraker took the stand and party later lines, and to make a of f lets and expo ,nth. HIM Iv lit ,r s.itimal e 1 n-t with tin m Jo bi11 bill i.t t tob. (list rteil I nliiicdvvitlun the nar limits of partv lines and discrvi 1 tn be hid br vlit tin I, dri held above scet- Atrnanshcrc, eupnnv n-inuu here mil euinhty r.... Indian had been hen ami boated' which had ci---- th.v sir me, t th.in -VI r lurncr .rha of Ncv i tbai led thi i n him m t be s was bom: ind corralled I leo -tv hat v ikired hem of b l stronglv opposed Mr lt the house shall 111 "t eating the site east or It was an uil Vtri living west ot tile .hoice ml not be tlie The cmor tl en told of Wood seeking ap- pointment as smoke inspector at Cincinnati When -W ood came to see h.m, witness said he ,f vv llmir to r< commend as ho thatfavir Retold wai w n ,lhnc to do the fav or f ni -t ertort t and I he interest of 1 ocn ,K in -hould be care iU Ut with He con him with its ncgleetcil opii in ild 11 t IK t WfrtJin w w bat was best tn be tloiu r. .si, pnred tint tb. ]r J..H vv.igh. 1 and lurt> itssi Ith it the problem >p! PO the abs nce of colored M, T.utler referred to the absence ot co.orv.. people from all high positions mthis country and Lw-m that fact proof of the unrelenting, unf or e.vmg incurable race prejudice If anjbody, M predicted before the war that the south- st wiio bid voted m his v te to the neeative in %rs'rut..s ssissa 13Mr Snrincer moved to reconsidena, peu finance, request- until after February iCtli. The boose tlie basement. The house 'committee on elecoon nd vice hrw The defegafion did not put in appearance, however. put in a bid mvwit anu have TauTpaiTng until mv lease %JiSn a deaf route, asked for a free H orain more the citv except t na 'How much vvii' the s itn and .ottb. t .NFM'SPAPFRf .FWSFAPFR!
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