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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               A TLAN T A UU1N A VOL. XXI. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THEY FIGHT? n jooKF.n FOB SETTTEEX in J'l IMB THE FLORID IS WRATHY Is- 'NotGettlllg otoriety t nough. V, cnil P C T liiitirv r.sMmil .ir les are right lion, 1 T iti 1 "inior that a duel tu SM.U.I tor Call and Senator 1-OItAZSEK THE FOKGESIES. Second Day of tho Im estleation Into the Ballot Box Trotters. WASHINGTON, Januarj Governor For continued his testimony before the house cilmmittee Investigating tho billot box forgery this morning He said that after parting with W cod he got a letter from him on 4.ugost 17th S.IJnig that Croslcy (who had the contract) was absent, that MJ.J or M w as favorably inclined tovnirds hl-> application, and that as soon as the em >ke innpector matter was settli tl he (Wood would go to Washington and get such iiiforuatlon as might lit, desired In the other replied on the loth that no ood) uld Lit i letter of recommendation from him, SEVERAL_BAB_WRECKS. TESTIXUT.ED TKAIlf SJTlfS XSIO AS At CO3HXODA.TION r 1 I th men Immi.di.itUy after tlio effort vtas bung maun to w urc j.-T" t c'muVKcd with and "S -ST were' ele ite.f and words th, AND HALF A KILLED The Wreck Catches Fire and the Cincinnati Fire Department Extinguishes It A Collision ol Trains at St- CINCINNATI, January- 710, city time tins cv enuig is the Glendale accommo- B was leaving the datimi, bound for Cincinnati, was leaving the station near College Hill Junction, the Chi- ar WEEK'S BUSINESS. A Eeview of the Fluctuations of the Mar- Effect of the Weather. StwTOBK, January 17 -K. G Dun trade review for the week says Important im pio-rement in business is noted wherever the. re- cenfcchange to cold weather has been felt tto unseasonable weather Is still the chief POKTUGAL COMPLAINS Tjijtr eBJT-iT TJZZ; BERLIN VIOLATED complaint, Imt everywhere interrnption of bua ness-ana manufacturing by the prevailing slcE- nesils observed, and many factories have been foicsd to close because so many of their employes were unable to work At one or two east- ern... points this be" passing away, and serious Toneai ------in AND SHE ASKS FOR A CONFERENCE To Discuss Affairs in Spanish Repub- licans Oneen Christina, of Spain, t orming a "New Cahinet- TJSBOV, January 17 Tho facculo published ics'ilmled train the accommodation 1 ran into the rear There w ere three tram, contain- elevti Mr I thai I can hi t I t trarej, c i i ml him ind lingo 1 1 re Ail this and lias led to the report ni pliie from where ho thi lumbwuho.ituijurv to ,n ,1s, i- or c's. he 13 cm Hi.r r i t he ill ill rill tho U i out fur 1 >s on TIIDS THtT LF1TKH OI' 1NTI At Woods request B i raker g we him od) a Ittte. otintro.lu.ti ,n to I'nsidcnt lUrrlson Ihe letttnomn.eiidcd Wold as an Id soldier and an Inventor of mi nt W itiie-s did know as much ol him ,s lie d d now SM tin Ixr 1th W ood tele ing ahout scanty-five people The locomc- 1 of tho vestibJed tram ran half way through the rear c ir ol the accomniodation piling pa.ssi.ngcr car, m a heap and setting J them on lire 11.0 locommotive of the accom- modation M -is not derailed The fire depait- me.it and i-trc-l igons Mere C.ncnmati, and the fuc extiiiRtiishcd the present writing tour persons have boon talcun "m the1 numbers to pur I EngUsh aud allocates a republican chaseyroducts, bnt in spite of this the volume of Ijatm nations and the adhesion eier of Portugal to such federation It declares rtsof piovisions are beavj the that tlie cment for the federation of tho only the largest showed an incre----- cent, outside of New ork THE IRON MAKKFT great Lie.it u> I Tho manifesto does not adv ocate a rev olution 111 Portugal at the present moment, and THE >TIOX The thi on Constlti lloii and Bj llalsa .a Report CHICAGO III January 1" -The comm ttcc op constitution and Iv vester- duiy bs the Afro ime-ican brought in a ni rt recommending the ad i ti. n nf 1n artulo dei larmg tluit the proposed 4 -iiilevpne should not indorv! anv parti in and any member using tl.e leaeiu s pav 01 stationary for a political or l crsonal purpose, should be expelled. The coimi h was ail< nti u in t -t lowing win h ad< pu d The objects of the in taxation without eouitabledi-tnluti n of K itates -whtre separate h H I upon a fair triil lij jndgc n s  sick agances of in street demon ioii3 seem to e opened the of the of the noiirtry to tlie follj and d u of that way of treating nittniationil Oifiuult es sh res dents of this who 1 a% e n of publ c ammrthiu   the attitude of Eiigl-uul toward Portugal, propose tu ippouit a deputation to ait 011 LoiU fcalis- bnrvtourfre thit Briti-n adopt a more conoihitorypolu} Ihc fbUing toward Kmc- Many English onplojes rtuguesc houses e bLt-n rf-it an 1 tlie arrest uid fei  ur U t I c mrti- tht rii boat-- and uther c  n tenie 1 (llh-r artu U i ad i M It.i for M-iimci 1 1 and tiit. h t au t ontnirv to cxjxMliti n tU it Ann IM. ithjJ trti, k f th and it 1 t .1 i Th tj ti t tbtntC In- i l be aisLin-t the 1 to be i >i m in lTiiU-i pub I i prppircd I ad ipted Tho ad iri all f U in o i- 11 sell It 1 i rt -i y f] f tbs it t ut tUa Vfn I t .tnuii l I i bi Tilt r i nrt of tho r tm n. creut ilca.1 ol ol ]i 11 tin it nurprin" i in th i in wh itea ic sh nil be bent by BISHOP Tl I the N r an n i Motion of the show 0 siji the exhibit of this country ht-tn an exhibit r 1 is n icw practic illj nothing L lucation wealth, and industry me tho war The majority o will f r tin- and it is lire qn it t i 1 nt tlat J< eih and his follow LI'S III Ml li tl IS t HO aiO uid ex bieaker Carlisle noming wlicii Mr small amount of sp u-c AMrilHUIH f. I. (1 1 woman 7 Kr 1 I nrthlge O THt VMIKT of Salisbury s measim s could be d Ihe tliromclo belie ics tiiat fanhsbun is stui tlj Mitlnii the legal right and moral njit albo is on England s side 1HK TNGlThll Mobs of iiorl-men in 1 liriile tl o strtotsdei ouniinH foreign realizing continue THE Git VIN II 4RKHT The speculatiie markets :or products arc ular, but not very actii c he-it is ncarlv a cent h "her with sales of only 12 000 000 for the want (nai ee and if we. mi t bo rn  -x bast ball i our w rk would bo consul imp iln (o t chronicle art thi-m nun? itprrttd j i I c an cnnmituo tho fertoril pns i hi 1 in 1 Mr C viletoii 3 j. U i il irt lt MR S f ONDITION Mi Homes atUtk last niffht was Tint s ero as hio family bad autu 11 alert He was better todaj, and his f ni 11 Is think it possible he will be able to at tbii.I the funeral of his son U morrow Mr Uluio is jet far from bemq v pi TA.LKINO FOG. PLHE ELFCTIONS Tht, contested ole< tioii case ot Ft, itherston m lU frnm Vrkinsis was argued today bef  m del pur tu tUk on buch subjects E "W ran THE I.AIB SITI. The House Another In Arrang- ing for the s rov Tanu thit tilt J nirn-U ot WTl p arc a though he sti. 1 I i f  Judge Surrr. and Hammond will dUi.er his jury tomorrow morning Tins caws it file for in all probabilitj thr nceof other numirous proseciiuoiv' similar nature will depend Ol jnrv llieiliief tt t the is an imp'' of the' verili. t of this the we is that of t 7 luil book shows only otcs Kei were publican 01 iorty three republ AlsOTHJK o clock today the ilannRed e. bronchi to this cih and the track cleared jet ,t is n't known ]u-t tho blame lits watcK Another freiKht train jumped the track near Cold Hil' on the Savannah and estern railroad this evenliiR about 0 olclock AB to whether anj bortv was Injured or not has not been learned Before the (Icbns of one vv-retk can be removed I have no money said ou re i liar retorted the m don t give me some mone> witlii 11 be a dead woman THE TEKUIBLESTKIOOIE by the scoundrel s speech Mrs Sutphm, ith herculean effort freed herself from the lam sirrasn and with a pierc nR scream fell to the to the rect-----. nnconscmn? uproar attracted tne attention of tmest a neigh bomS farmer Gerald hurried tc, the scene as Saf his would carry him, but the assailant had made his escape_______ PRECEDED BY A TBAG1.DT James BuckleyJKilled While Helptos Stanley in Cairo. CAino Jammrvr-Stanlev is expected to make ,lon ed rtav here part 5 for reasons related e recent expedition ind partly ta avoid the central Africa 'inter a pro Over Tw. FLMIRA seventv OKIPPt Hundred Canes In the Elmlra Reformatory T Januarv IT hundred and out of 1 000 inmates of the i.lmira mh the grippe bvtcrv was read n cl piwrd col- rrHtrTr thow present teas Rev W.rt- ,av> X.llw.l.rt church of We-t I-nd S.nc. nil tint- he the ar rules (as am  of Koanoke died here suddenly 0H mittnisr. Lit. t th. ,.r 1 relel r.t.on of the f. ur h ludr, ItS miiv.i arv  nsuler stating tha nebs of the committee rk introduced a >ew d it was referred to th off red a resolution I that eomimtue f] d to tlie committee oil nti a r mumttee oE the de lur ttwn site entries n 1 lulhps r. lieh ill I tnirt.ll, l thi lal position eiited l.y Vhilhiss fnends (ruilty of any It d <-pre was id in that Ullllvrflll with" his re rating sallant sohlier clunng n aud rt ccnid wounds luch ho i constant suffertr It was __ I., i. n in eminent .tctl lie Land rn- Ctntral Prcf-l m h ir 3i senes f f wrvirfu at inucb IntercPt is MH of M r M ANOOOA J3 O Brien thw tbV danger line on the an inr-k 1 Lst and is still rising at the rate of half Ltincli wfliour The water is rapidly of halt an and those who haie landed saftlj government PRECEDED BY A TRAGEDY The ascension was preceded bv a tragedv In in lie by fibers ted anil tint will n t i t 10 i mmtttt e inil the 1, u ilTi ltd until 1 u 1 k t n rr stl> inni.d The ano t c t the 1 i nun were Ci n Mi n liwUi The Misc ounti rt, 11 i lulid Hatch T> ckirv Iruki! 11 1 while Niw, ork inter Co'e Barry and a to curse and abuso telling him if he got put of his chair he would fiill him On Barry ar Cc.leinan i-ttt liar and Liiuunin that i il c apyoinU d with It mtv choose tht ible tluit tin, du Will be relegated the house Hower larqu f the contest is bo any instructions u -i-t ftt. but it is inoro i ol that question 140 Itecosnition of tlie New Kepoblic. "S w YOKK Tonuary 17 Argentine repnb- lias formallv recopnizea the newly established ,Slic of Brazil The Argentine consul general hw anst received an official circular MB couveymg this notice effect that hereafter all saloons nirnrousl) enforced a Sional developments are anticipated. tarse Tire in Boston. BOSTOV, January Cohnrii boot and dealers,  efrr'> Mre- C Rette-i- has a llttk better at au   

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