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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PRICE FIVE CENTS. -VOL. XXI. THE BLACK DUDLEY jjFAMOUS POSTWICEAPPOINTMENT carrytnc Out Hla Tra.lo to TJc- to Harrison in tho BepublMJUt ConienUoii. TTUMIXOTON February G [Special and Wanamakcr taken oe- sh Crisp for his recent states are suppressed by violence or nentral-zed by fraud TI1F OLD CRY OF O.TIMIDATION The fact has also been maue apparent within the lAt few -.eara that .inferences of opinion on., ng separate party affl'iafom on the part of Amen. aScifazens in these states afford no releif inil bring no rimed! for the which weconmlain It seenw to be the policy f one ot the two principal political parties a said states to regard negro suffrage aaan evil ithin itbeK, and that the leaders "f ATL HuSEEBS_OF DEAD, AXOTHEB MINE JTOKKOK Of EXPLOSION IH A LARGE COLLIERY The Floodioe of a Mine CB.MM tin, Accn- mnlated and Fifty Miners Killed. THE STAND JFJftiT HE JOTOJTS c ire niiUP the spc. lal o Our wives and t Dudley, who rHF LABOR SISTril A stem in in isl of tho soutliorn Btlfces r to colored Auionc in-- Being Ihcv are u is Uhcvtd Mr II u w u a well km wn T [dlCll t. It tO t vv.tl Ills ve of tho ,11 bill whi.li it nt to C i aeuust Ihe Mills t mff b.l ,vill ir.si.lc at ti mi 1" rl It til i nOer tu mthcscnite February 6-An erplosiOT.00- Three and there it was SEVESAL TALKS WITH FORAKER In Connection Witt the Ballot Boi Canaes By His Homorous Beroorlcs. ASH, Februaiy 6 house com- ittee on the Ohio ballot-box forgery, this morntns called Senator John Sherman as the first witness The senator testified that his relations with Governor Foraker had always heen friendly There had never been any ill- will between himself and Mr- Hajstead Wit- ness went to Europe the first of. re- turned tins country on September lltli, ana i as in in October He bad wntten to Mr GsSvenor early m Jnly to the effect tliat Forakei" should be heartily sup- ported r, was on good relations with 1 l) .a on September was s duty But CampbeU w only one before the peoole as a public office and it might, therefore, be proper to use only his name A rrrvEBAl, c. THE WAT There was another reason why all ot me gnatnrel: could not be printed in eivihrad so- cietj at that time, and ast was because it waa then the day of Sam Cox s funeral, aud he felt convinced of tbe genuineness of his signature, so he (witness) published a part rf the paper witn Campbell's signature, which he thought SCHEMES n CJ.TES JLRE JtltE IMPORTANT TRANSFERS OF LARD. UTovms Inttt of Business ol tlie Improvement Frait al MACOK, Ga February d 1 am J.1JUM3JL134. t-- JJJliUHJiU effect that said ilrHalstead I mentloned all of which hue been see the general effect of touching it off are tlian the made at thousands a explained what had been property wonfe have brought throe- j id i-nuted and exploded There must hav e been quanttty ol gas, as the on bad tremendous force It w as heard at a distance of a mile a.11 gearing in the shaft was inn into the air as if from the mouth oM and simultaneously a vast bright of fiime shot npwird, followed by a dense, Heavy column of smoke THF 'WORK OF The first partj of rescuers endeavored to enter through old working- Thej got far enouL'i to be able to see groups of dead bnt they could not leach them and they were polled to retreat by the suffocating t olurn and Halstcad taS, and supported Foraker m the it ign Sjioke four times in the nportant points Uid not re5eive any m- uiry before September 28th from ForaUer or lalstead as to whether he has been a ines of wnoke that roso in tliat d rection Upon the first appearance of diinmu.ioii m tie volume of smol e the rescuers wont ,IOVMI tho main shaft and reached the Bcene of liar 1 11 i- iiisumc I ill the time in...... 1 t t is n >t vet lie! If 1 li'iii.li1 BuutUi, u d v stem senators wh 10r the bill.lithe list c giess will on .c ths tine and tucv "ink it 1'i "n t, defeat it in the sen.. Ilowevci the chances it pie out aro tint will iis- In tho house it will pcrhio- 11 ceiv. t e solid republican vote and at 1C 1st i 1, thirl of tl i Uv _i aUhou_h there tirf msin ti it in b 1 i u tt iiinounccd tod d. ng liousis bcnltoi 'in', V at TV 1 Worth couutj CuleiulHugh V Hani on, of Gec.gii h resigned his position is treasurer of tho B LinS sueet railroad on a. count of bad he U The Vssociated Press sends out i st i ton.-It from Phlladelpha that Ge r o A Child, d< mes that a fun 1 is being raised Mrs i nUll while the Ihilidcli.hu Inqui jesteiu.j printed an interview with I Cml.ls lii which ho afhrmed the storj bat asked tlut publicity would not bo grvin it Tho various, stories sent out every fcw_dajs that Mr l.uidall is dy.n are untrue hosier tiue that his con ntion son TO-, mil that hs jlivsiciai li en i liar the worst although they that he vnllhv e f Jtiu-it Hil'i'ead took the stand He said he is a dill} on a dally newspiper wa. a proper make of paper He admitted that they could not draw Campbell ill and out of a st ,ck company, and wrote ,vas presulout of a st ,ck company, a a good deal of ed-t-mal matter Invited to Mr Hilsteid said that when he pul> Campbells signiture ho cut from the photograph o copy of the paper thi Bisnitunw below Campbells He never inbted the othct name, to anyone except ?hat of Cox iMi.ch he showed to om .geiitlo- ,mr, Tinllimv was com ernod iVmt tne Mid as witness t in end to ..and t the head of the caniw n, but I got there alest benefits, to Micon is tn which ho was prOTBBaitnjV wic witness showed him the democratic name? OBIKCTS TO A c imnnttecman ishod to know if w managing c Utor of tbe Commercial Ga Ibe plot was discovered in con [cVucnVe'cT a qu a, all conspirators o He replied that managing e Utor TI ev, teim He was responsible ed t l.r. raintal st is 10 rti d tlmt S_00 000 will be readily !d principal stockholder When shown the D------ that they should remove Ferlmmd but a ,HT ioi.cc of op .11011 aioso between them as to who should irohtbv th, removal 111 mounting nMS tie losses ttte 1 ulure of that m pci 1 ncurred that Campbell was to be I old fnend, responded witness [La iRh'er Fuaker had ices on the iled attention to the black r and witness had said smart sure tmi oE Campbells connection TMt te a Wood ballot box tlmt there w behind the bill a coiitr ict which he exp-cted to get that A ER1 QlIETjrlME Was No ow inl.e House 1eB- THE I.AST INTERVIEW hance was deferred teruny Fcl ninn -Tho democrat The Hawes Brothers Have MiKOTVM Ala Febrnary 6 Hawes had an interview with Dick to- soldier, ana lie uiun t >j Wood should not have it as w ell as any other ,m day which lasted nearly two hours It was md both iren frequently person WOX.LD NOT APP01VT WOOD Asked for Ins opinion about the appoint- l Illinois fiom the committee e of rules, and it you keep him for me, Jim said he would not appoint Wood reported the new co order until s mai m s rep asorlire.! printed and recommitted Mr (innonthon ofered a resol ition PIO the .printing of copes the That was after Witness said under any circumstances Wood hid produced the pape ho w ould consider it serious If he must ap- which he intends giving to the country S COUE Keel s co e of rules wcto reported today a 1 V lav w i, set foi t'ic r discussion The dun t will not hlibustei against them but wills i lj show up their uujustness to the e, do for the uso of the hf use Wood that it might be well enough to accept his sen ices but not to appoint him to oftice On September 13th on the cars at vegel-----. suits for the produc. The Atlanta Soldier i tarv t ximiniill Ga I bruirv I, t General Meliitosh K LTeutenant-Colon 1 C M tiammejoha THE C VISE OF TIIF C M. Keed, But the Senators the State, battalion of recently elected I olouel Wiley sais h Mont February 6 -After the ad- wh cfi oocupi'od a table ,n a -ess formed by a hiv window _ in the 1brary IMS "Vi itness studied the papers e a manifest scheme uu. i them subtly and'ably drawn Foraker said Wood told him thiswaj of having a separate contra and subscription list was a new TELEORA RIIJBRE- VJHFS that the lamp, which w as lighted Ga February 6 EXPERT up the paper, witness denied that the three signatures of Campbell were alike, and pointed out the differences The three Thconenvestigaing e ci the death of Josephine Morle Mrs Tncy s by tne Adjournment Till Monday Fcbruiry G motion of ins the senate agreed that when it ad- n and issued tho following People of the trite.! The then took up the bill to provide a mporarr government for the dlfr Blair resumed his speech a ,trike jna-t Ala-, u.. Tne anHold "im-that whife "the -paper j el Daosnter "jtom- to tha it should not be concealed, thatit was gSftBen-en Jones to Bev S B CarpenMT, to an ingniry on aueeed eary to use the paper or a part olit He told Church ol tha Good Shepherd, and a tooSi to htm, dMcKaBtoy I father. Colonel C. O. Jones, Jr. the present. NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPER!
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