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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               1 j PKICL 1-n L U IS. ATLANTA. GA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, AGAINST NEGBOES. RIGHTS Z'V TWO GEORGIANS MAKKIED EEADY FOR3URIAL. f the 1 The 1 m s m, tin t s iv IOSD.V J.' -Tl 1 IMi sivsl u Mr J i-n. 11 his i e m ton both nor, IH nn A Romantic Marnajre in Charlotte, With a VOL. XXL CALLING THE ROLL. II I 111 1> 11 T.I1 HOI ft A CODE OF RULES TO BE REPORTED Hut llit-i Will be n-. libltruij the 1M1I of the Tnjlor Vafcit His ranee I ateiita Ctr uittd r tl TH iry 4 [Si r xi x- d in. Ill tin In cousin in r, 11 he down gime. and that from Campbtll s spceth it eared that tho that he did not inttiid to use the piper, liihit a) until just bt tore the eiectn n I n ik, r interrupted tho witness th t I 1 il u x or seen this particular rep, 11 and It XI is s here XX roi g ntinumg i.oxfin r viiibt.ll slid Hi' h il uciii f >rcfd t nil it tin' lit 1 'not int, ml to u e tl o la.i r i ntil just bef, re tho il, cm 11 cxplun ho did mtconsi't with Shcriiun and otht rs Then tot ho it would be too litu for inj proof he- u 1 his (C uuiibtUs) denial to be pri diicid, 1 th is d, f, xt Ins el tion It lu 1 tin M d liio p t b, irem me he would h x-ve pub hshed it it >me in i n led the c mil iign 1 IK I X S, H O t 1 I X S St 1 X XV I AVhtn M In, saxx the i ip r lit w is un ibh mil l f, l his si.mtiirt. He knew he 1 i 1 t written it tht nun, ih wilt, inntkelie, t M 1 em s ll n 1 tl V, 1st I u x f i I'l 1 sit r lie 1 ii 1 tl il i] 1 l t I h irM 1 to 1 tl, xl w s m iriosi nsible niai Hi ss s 11 1 it he n rej ortod i him rt 1 t n tl tli tl it tl r w is n II 11 ,1 ,1 i i ,1 in tli, lall t v 1 H It b _m t i s [I, r t'l r u i, li 11 w en Hals i 1 I ne I u 1, 1 in 1 hi 1 Ueil I ,1 Ul Hit list Situ, In II HIM H U SKF XI, I 1MTOHI VI S It i i ii i s xuv lie il 1 st< Irnni i 11 Unas Uo pi ink t n It inn 1 f f n of sun k ntioi nt r il 1 that xl uid ho was the THE SECRETARY REMOVED The -HIM I ,m, ral-It Is Tt of C.as Caused the I i.bruirv 4 Tracy ouiltiimts to nent people promi- ho Lbe during tlie inoruiii u d wire mf 'rmtd that tin secretary was mi-civ His 'on, Mr Frank 1! iracv now with him InMn? arrived htn ib nt 1 Til otlock tin, nioniing on a il trun He is tie fir t i lemhcr ol kia thestcretarv has seen I, 11 r ir 1 t II ,11 s t l j HMI_ t i 1 l n i-i, I l 1 d l l, d 1 h 1 s _i t 1 U s 1 il i nil l[ M. 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Till JILINVL VllJOXFD ni i t i till t H I ipi in benv r, unte 1 Hi s xktr M Sf i n o I t i Ijonrn s iggosl ng t xt tl sip i i ti 1 n r SHI h i i ti H 11 I tl i i i h l n is t it, rn I id t i ik n t, 1 lef, xte U L t U f is 1 U u 11 1 Hi, s t-iki i tl i i IP, 1 ,1 to 1 iv 1 f retb, 1 u -v u ouss u 1 INf i i, f, r Vi i n_ tl HI is le I r 1 i tl ti L irt f L i t 1 si it, s fi n th nil uiit l w h 1 I h n in 1 I, it, 1 h sex, I I st it s bl I II sp, ik l l f rr 1 l n 1, l the 1 lie to tllgt imiuttLi il w xsgu 1 m uis III XM t I 1 S V t Kit Mi I xnd ill 1 tint tht b 11 be itftrrcd to th, t iimiitu i n i i i i atl, ns Ih sj xkei i first ,1 i d o eiit rt un JIi 1 1 md s m ti n 1 itrtnim I 1 s win -ill i, Mi Siri_i ill i iiit'td th tlie 1 ill in d res t 11 is xlji'itj to sh u n i um Ins tint tint dim-iinl should 1_ i 1 1 will, I h sj il-ir g Mr Springer directed tl I, ik t t ill (he mil but Mr tsl nngi i w -xs inhfituihle index 1 xm td th xt tins w as the n-sb I m tit lnsi iv tf th, bouse thlt x ni, i il, i h x M tii d, m, d Iho right to luxe i, i 1 ll inexsiir, w i h h, w i.s to i tie in 11 F ake--thenfoie blandlj directed the r iln _ t th liil Mi I 1 md s m t n w-us M 1 q i rum being c, tinted hy the ei ik i Mr I loxxcrmoxed tin tho bill be referred t tl c, H in ti e Mr I louer s laotieii }oas94, "U 1 Hie nil. Mi In ills fr i i 11, l 1" n 5 m 1 r 1 x ro liil H h i U 1 h i ,1 tl i Ut i i il t i m in ei i st Hi m Iff ill H 1 lu u i H w th lilt I u t 1 Slit s i n 11 I r ut f r tl n nil, in tli ti I t f 1 1 r ,1 i ill i 1 i i i i I hi r Iss i w ith i, f ill mi i HI i ti us hi n tl ik i ut n Ht f J n 11 I It us f tl it rt i, I it] iriiiniii 1 o 1 tl 1 s d III t1 t sxme in, 1 tb Ml 11 s i, t 1 tb xt tl e se l It, 1 r ee 11 J Mr 1 litts, 1 tl it 1 ebid ml nl, 1 l> i k tbes, i it, t I ike u[ tl c 1 II f r ll i i u x I I l f the tl nt l> if Dkllh n X II Is w llhl t 0 w IJ t 1 ll tl il f r It e Ml un n In 1 1 isn ess is tl t e 111 xtl 1 xl b 11 Vft T It ft ru it Mil i ll In s I h I 1 x III, usu xl t iltsx f I s n lit t h XX l n le s lie r in ir' s n tl e sill t I, I ,y Vs I 1111 mlerr U 1 n is, i of xii it M s, si n It, x, n t t it 1 k tmiitn, xx I x 111 ill li] Iho lu, ill i il 1 ill i it xx ill rim, lip its f as in Inn hi 1 b isiiiess) in I w ill ad liess the sel xte 1 he st mte tlu 11 I r, reo led t the cousi h 11 t busiitss At5oilocktle d, is xxcre retptned uid tl l se l ite ulj l H, 1 Chumtiii; tli, Prt sid, m> of the Colored M UN leu mi} 4 The eol, r, ,1 nuns niixtnti 11 xi is in s, s- n mill in txil h mi this m, 1111 g 11 1 ift, r i st.inij s ei t fii il x tie, tel 1 isl p M xs fit itsuki t His fli f e m lit r x isFx Snixt i I II i> I n t 1 IM 11x11 ti, H n tt -vim this m ru i g ih, xi I h> win, h liisl ,p x ill xx is d, tlxud l in m, lit tl iirmiii wis ehill 1 nidi el xiu xx is n lie bx limlbxrk tint 1 il n th, if tht t ii tin i In Ibick eill 1 tht meet ugtitr ,1 ml the iimiit on I IHllllCIlt 11 XX L II II t 1 TUt mnintt, f m x le x irp >i I r, c mi i F t I lit, f N i h t n i i xs I i t MilIiiiuII 11 ipre, tf Mas ich is. a M e- pnsi.biit I A. ofNex lertx mil U CalxmU i e of W xsbn i smttirie, illixm I ixtl> Ml s d ittie Jleksull of Obi xssist xiit secret mes The report of the cxinniittee wis 11 ipte 1 nn mn ously eontiriiinig th, se i i nun itions lln list of honor xrj one from cie'istxte wis chosen Confirmations by tlit Senate "W r ebriiarv 4 e seiiatt this evening rxtihed the feamoan treaty with hut I x u h th lilltl-.ll r i of I omlin, j] xi olhi i rs of 1 Ji 1 1 l 1 t N rft Ik, %i[ 1 i 1 X Kti I ul i l I I x I m VI 1 ot. Of 1 ll I I 1 'x l 1 I I 11 1 I X I H1N I j i, f i i 1 f I i Im M it I tht T lene1 i i t tsl i m the II lines it 111 1 I y i i u i I k i e fiou St -1 I'l xftenitni Im h il 11 fn, n Is or it 1 IMS l this c U in 1 Mrs Hi t k ib of tl t h 1 n i i i nts ,11 IN i i in i ii 1 1 bi I si T i i li ,sin lie in 11 us ii I th i _n f tl In II us t I I ,M S I, I_l S, s 1 1 st 1 1 ,11 i i i I I Ij ii i I, r tl H H i 1 r h, 1ir, st ih 111 xx xs itt 1 t I 1 l I I 1 H 1111 1 X I 1 _1S 1 ir 1 It is I, tl U tl, si 1 IX, hill ill fill ill xxi t le t ll il t r HII 1 i, 1 t e xx o i n mn, i xx 1 i h x n Is ill u n i 1 t i ,111 n II i ll r ui 1 tl ill 11 t 1 In, Hun is no abst lite t x l km e th it 1, t, i mi i tht ex st I i i xi NI> i I ,1 i i 4 -II t Ix t t, t i isse 1 ll e f I1 win l ic milile ai 1 bos eis i, jul at i-ieiisb r w is r ri] turt 1 esti li iftiiii, n 11 u M x 1 Ison him f mi Ix xi in. xr the ir C n 1 In c H xx is nnki t le i )st U i it, eff its 1) get mt tail w Xs in- t ired win, ci sn i 11 xn rn r He bid tire, rex Ixnsaiil ikmf, is 1 xr.e supply f immnmli n 1'iiisuit ,f hini 1 id g t nd xx Bid ml h mile srx r, s h xx nig I I leu x u hid 1, n during the d ix mil hot the tun H< t iln hs c plnr, to, Ix u 1 IIIIL.IIL i tl is nit on his -ux-l bxro lltist, bt hmg, 1 Fn H' 1 sn 1 t ,lix 1 t It 1 bis I ut eu1 11 tl< 1 t i ho bur ed he tie xonnnli, mirdeiel DI-1 bmNO THE NI GIvOI S orlowle 1 R Curious I: l on, H Neffi oxen it n th t 1 i 11 1 I ill fli d l I unrii t. lihriiuy 4 [Specnl Goxtrn i Tewlo tod n ix, 1 eiin httei fn m iigi M liul'oek allegro xx i lues n x wes'em efuntT Tits lett, it ex i li nt tl it the 111 r agents luxe tilln tb, iLiDiut tint tit} mis! I -ixi this tu, I, Itr is; s f 11 ws ill x i I k nil 1 t u 11 il 11 u u pi t xx 1 1 ll r l u t xx UP t tl, xx t, 1 l st ,tes I ,f nt art. t m 1 'llfd t t, 1 x mt u kuxi, "Vht (inn- 1 tint ni one la! m i ,1 t t U i 1 le 1 e t, g, 11 wl ert I erwiH________ Tl.f -S.T, C oil, tor NVSHMIII Ttnii 1 bniux 1 nue xxill tiki Ix Sxtiirlix m th, i l, mil n x, i no d, i iilm, lit ,t the ust, nil, i 1 i ti I, I mi, S I itt t will 1m s i nil i  1 ,1 m ikes 1 isll ition Mr I i t e I is iblv I, rf rn Upon Hotels or Tn< it res, W Inch are Knn as Frigate by tlie supreme Court KX.NSVS CITT Mo I'thritarj 4 il Judge R H Field of the c rcmt court Louay dee'ar d m a ,le, bion that i c  r, Instri silts A nexx mm w i n t' e 1 v 11 e and bx m stake th, tiiKeis wtn s, 1 1 to The ushers refn Itogixnhm s, ats u i h, d, manded then and was ejeeudlm lediate'i THF st IT nil, t run- He brought suit f i ixn dimise-. in hith h, x i-s sup] hx m xrlx 'MUl t 1 red people m en tern ii m as in I ss tin 'he suit has bten 111 tue c ir s a eir The colt red people are mrtisel i th the con--f in 1 n tub i 11 ent retailed Judge Field In 1 U at i tn IIM! ghtehlll had been det ired line us it it mr tho sutirem, coti-t of H e n ti 1 St it, s th lUitsoftjl iiipfolle iswel u thirsiiiths b lit vtreto ht ilet, riiiintHl b tin c mm u stint 111 itirs and ru c jrsisxxnt xxl, ,'ith, iripnttf- riiliriu suit the H tIx s 11 1 t ,1t 1 tick t (hen I i, i ll fns rexikil U mx tune ui oil re urn or te i r i tin e t of hi t ket THKIONTI-NTI N D! 11-H lleilili lit flit, ed tl It bet f e .x 11, is of tin r ulr, Is xi t rt b md t) i xe is j rs mx r on tl xt ll e si i r x ml 1 i, plx li th, in b it I I 1 i h it r u roi Is w i ss ti f I f IH it. Is like n, e is w, I 1.1 i n, sin ci ts i i ll r xx r is t lu ublu xl r >m u i, xx sitv xxlur, i tb, f h, i er >r 1 s r u xx is m i u u istm lu lib I mi n n ti _ fi i e i x w 1 i, h xx u 1 in x -fi u 1 s, nil ni HI II tn f rt 1 it it xxl, i ue no f uji thcj should a t e i lie ous X in so ,1 liig AM ruin IN ri-vr XTION Tudge 1 ill w nl  up, n the um of C Itnel I cue, r cl, fix fil'oxxed h tlu h, ,rc s if fit fi kit r, t in Ii ame xxilh on, f his d t, is up 11 his inn line m 11 1 th, o wire filljwel m turn hj fun, 1, in t Ir with Im other sis I 1 i moils Bl i n, ail 1 Mrs I! i I e an 1 Son xnr nil Mrs imeron Vs the e were h, mg sul, 1 tue president mil Mrs Himsment, r, 1 I l ll 1 f 11 Is 1 lu 111 m 1 xxill let irn t P lie Oh to be T. Bt. tl x 1 mix 4 'am i x I h l s, 1 I 11 1 1 tl I n f f lif i l firs I 1 tx ,r is ih r 1 test, 1 ,n (hi coi l ltd t V i t, tl run through m Is 1, untless inrxis lib, rn x !h le n idc in ,t uid xx ill pr bau he ib nd v, i re I oilu-wine: the resident at s ist 111 tht ir rt r Iht re ir I oilu-wine: the re ils nmn tne ico 1'resiknt and Mrs M r- t i mdoin ziid Mrs iiiamakor Si crotirv and Mrs 1'rtft r Attonie> Oonoral and Mrs Miller Isolilt reto-ry and Mrs Ilu-k friiioial SchofitJd and Vdiniral Holers bt r-, 01 the mUrnatnmal conft-renre entered ill a Tlie diplomatic corps was well rcpresc'ieed Many prominent senators and numbers of tho house of reproscntatne-i, and chief officials of tho executive departments of the pov eminent -wtre also nresciit the conclusion ol the ceremony of ble-s- the bodv tho cardinal am oiinred that, Tlie Nott I NIO S C, nbruao 4 Tlio N in this eMiity has oeeii s .Id t.ir h I hil i It It hij. Ihe mim B i- 11 of I.fwkhill S in 1 1> P irr. r illi un Munro an I faint Mu ir of this place ran in u D tf tbf 1'lnUltljlii sjji I cate it v, a-, r. i ortel t> be vt rv nch The mine ih bituit d about tweU e 11 ik s fr in L in m eity To Fleet in M t.a 4 [sj otial The mill tom-rht to jut on d new t re f in] in South Mar n The b ird of Iif n ist r-, mstruMt d to Icet i   swalloxxing in ounce ind i half of lauda- num ind txxo doctors and a stomach pump bir, ly manige 1 to saxe her life Her husband is an improvident worthless fello-x She sax s s! e xxi 1 repeat the attempt at the first oppor- tunity A Railroad Contractor Killed. LS-ION, S C February ert Moormin and Lee Sehult? from 'Virginia, and xxho hax e a contract on the Georgia, Caro- bna and ISorthem railroad, at Fishdam, got into a quarrel ihout a law suit yesterday evening, and Moorman shot and killed fcchultz Cannon Is in Jail BIKMIVOJLUI, 4-la February 4 Cannon, a Iiegn sal 1 to bewintcd int, 1 in Hlmtuillp M mn n iiiicl 11 Itr M tb, li, lit n nil h u 1 MI t s ire h, IT it 111, r t n n, M til, I shed a 1 il r i lUti r an ol I t mi ni-m Shot h> Iho Sh t 1 1 suno in .nicnt i 1 lit fr in 1 I f 1 1 1 Si (rinin a n m hi r of Hit i n, i a 1 the brain of Dea'h he fell d jd Pmr YDFI x 1- brif iTnri b; out f tl el xrH, st xls iiianuf wtnr rs m tl is itx of his rt ,1 n I I I J at from eril assignment ft r the 1 n trdai to 1 Hiniill I) mid estim- tin same ligur, s n ift, r ll M ir] In fail ur, xx as aunt m fi 1 th> f rm f f I H in 1 c, ns sting of Hu_h 1 H xmill and I'n-U  IJ-i n, 11 Mnri h> is hea in lebted t- And the al an Tl.c Inaugural f IUKI PST v V I-ilr ,-x 4 TllO 1 here He was r K lift rxx rtb ler n, f I, xxi a id E 1! I ij Li le-lSnte ui tret i mix n rt] m i i I Pill tetil Vlibaim 1 uiies I, I uks iiitixiooi of second diilnet of Ten this ifternooii dun th C p! mser Mr Blame ni tt rs cl am A 1 iV "R I uston n th l ni-Ir-nk Nub urt li ir iimnttee on tb, Ohio billot box for j ligim H Russell, I ich ncnj gel) risumcl its 11 purj todaj dox emor T.un Away itli His Fathers Monev n [1 11 tti k tin stuil and continued 1 t li u nj m xislmlix taking lip Ins story at tl e i, mt oC tho Ceimmtoxxii speech He re il from the Cinciiiniti lunesStaia report   Maum tonight hunting g ho, it is alleged, ran an ay Vl-uhew s church fmier xl of ,Mrs _______ Carlmal Gibbons performed the serx ices in the clmrt b ifter a short strx ice at tr-o Leuse bj a PresJjy ter minister tilonel CoppmEcr and Secretary and Air- entireil the ehurch Colonel Cop- i mger being a Cithohc, bent bib knee and made the sign of the cross on his breast Sec- ret uy and Mrs Blame, who seemed whollj oxercome and bowed with grief, na-urally (o RA.LFIGH N C, Ptbruarv t i f, r'miuriis an 1 tlif i that firm is due fci Murphj s fail ire He Afcked for Time MIDDLFTOWS. N Y 1-ebniirx 4 T 1 T G imistf 11 Tr of tin NaatiilbiiK ,f Orangt coiintx at G >slu Ti ton ni ued RU j ie xesterlax He is suppose! to ha f bt, n a tit fa I'ter to tl e aim unt f 5r WXJ 1'rt-s I, a G "VY that a de'iflt existed went to Deiimston bedside xesttrdi> morning a id to'd him be either had to confess or be. handed over u, the si en IT J >cn mston begged that no action be takf n until i o clock A fen mmutfs bef >re that hour be sent a built t through his brain dx ing instant h It is supposed the mom x wh.ch had been token in small sums was In speculation The bank has i surplus of OOP What Is the "Np-w YOEK Februarv 4 leaked rut to- daj that C K Preston secrotarx of Ju H ,xtian le.-ation and -S Dtslantr ctnsul at t i jfrt, haxe resigned their r, signat, ,ns hax u g beta asked for and thev hax e resumed to 1 ort a i Pnuce Theixxoltix lan! sa led on the 1 tn of last month ar 1 f> r scmt I 1 t Kla> tl ,1 x. i il, tl r u j, lli tt tl f 1 x wa-s ff, re 1 t m i it mat r x tt 11 t i, d, ar, G r Ti, s r f nt, ixl, f f rtx I' f n I it a, I d i Tut 11 tl en an Cl ailinan d, ar ij. lertt 1 g jxf n r Strxxl f rtj t- f -IX I r off quit tlj The! vs i until torn' rr jw r n liasb.tii tut 1 f r Tl axigiirai tall ill "k I the Jiise JI rtiid I l tlia p r, hi tint Iby Hid 1C Ij urned f V ming An in- -ij night in ey d laborers in ng a v ulo cutmty A PI amber SKips. Va Febmarv4 C Bargamme, member of conncil, and largeiv interested in onntten th., obserxance, the? being Presbv gas fitting and plumbing has disappeared, terians The omission was noted by the I leaving debts behind to the amount of about terians 4. ne resented in a series ol I His w Hereabouts are unknown. His i here. be removed in a fev HI Healtfa Caused His Febroary to- dav recei-v edjthe of C Chamber lain Richard J Crokcr He seemed to take it as a matter of coarse bat everv body but him, coiisiderably surprised 111 health 13 aaia to be the cause. imined itf x journal Tl fun in I I roxidmg th it n 1-m fair site nth f L, J a 1 Iiti n-i Hit, t, an ainendm'-nt tlie ojinmittec wil di m Fair Bill U o the t nual f the l 1 by ,1 i ne- r irt A I ittleCirl I t onla-t I-nrUy b, c -UID ii sprained tus til II t 'SFAFLRI :W SFAFLRI   

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