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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 189O. THE COUNTY SITE. QI r X Ol V -t C O O I TI L.JIJS Claim to the Count} as ARiiinst Oj.lt tUorjn t.le  import nue L< nuurtiallj or otlic.ru ise When tlir- i i Iroid reaim <1 OglUhnrpe m i th it tow 11 prew ery rapidlj ind WUH the trult, n irk for a good portion ol wosttrn (it. and eastern Alabinia Tlio people vc ted on the question of rciuov il on tlie grounds that Ojjlethf rpo passt-sbcd advantages over Xiamtr in ici omit of being a railro id town and having i nunibei of houses TO TIN i KONT Tlio ones'1M ti of itimn-il f the attracts tin itttnt 11 i f the pe< pit and jour com spun Ii nt will the fld cf tho two towns mm re idj f( r a contest I -.taU uit-ige-s f and ilso ihust, i f Oj, t Un n t Montt zuini is tho inmcrf i il t n of the. c located U tin lie id T i if, itn n 011 r hut she h is i c'ass hott 1 k  ItisiM-sIn Mu n n i s n 1 V, itli c. untus V tt le- prui 1 t in i nit r thi t md Jill ihor conv MI i s i 1 n f r tl e In lie ht f the pool t M r till -i n niti si in w elN and hi i i i t it i 1 is i _.   cut t M --is if f i i 111 tl town la i n f i j puluti n  (It ire i re nun U f r int Ogkth ij tiM it nil n tin s ..rue gionnds tluit ir is tin I fi m 1 n nr to Ogktht rpe tint Mi n i is ust is (cntnlly lot iteil 3" I i I t n I 1 is tl i kdl> nuic id i 1' L urthonse it thoip w si U i i i iston anlis IK t it ill suit tl Io I r tl i i ni st-s used 1111 is disi reiht ablo t tl ink u i inU of our e t pk Tl n r i f i m hit, ILL lit i tlie um il ui --ist. r h is pn sj il hf r sister tow us f ih r  if jo( It wi aid tu i otl i st ti 1 Ui the siniL in nr It )s to 1 h td tint v i su. ist, rs in II o inaj si t tf (ii t uu M in tl is in it in H tht- jin u un i il con htu n i. f r City w limits ni iv n t en i 3 UK re w this etriitswtrt in ulc U p tlit ammil Imt to no tilt t until lit, nadittl tlit hi 1 c >rnei when J J mi ut fi ni tlit snii walk -oizcil tlie brnl t ind 1 mnmi us etTt rLs RTH teidt il ni 1 n j, ind h tiling the Ii rse until the 11 mts i tlit r M ucd -----1 lit I ii cuintnn sajs that a rumibor of u 1 litters h rt  JUttt ir< at w rk n tho i o -----Kimior h is it tit it tin1 negro mul rider who nn st( rn ti ihs ij i oirt d betwrtn Diukt 1 in l iniiin smne tune b H k his boon f nuil Hi is K iiotkiiithe In Response to Whlcli an Organization of Fruit Truck Men Will Be Tlie Benefits Anticipated MAT ov Ga January 28 ncttSfcary capital to start the fruit and vegeta- ble exrhange has been subscribed, ajid the k holders [are requested to meet next Sat- iird-ij, at 11 o clock, at the court house to or There is a large membership of the fruit firmers and vegetables growers interested Tlie object of the exchange is to bare some medium through which the track can be shipped to a reidy market north and west and sold without delay and loss to the growers It is belies ed that such an institution will be a pay ing investment, and will be beneficial to all concemeo1 THE APPE VL TO THE The following is the appeal under winch the lias been brought to a head At a recent meeting of the melon fruit and growers of Bibb and adjoining counties in this itj tlie undersigned were appointed a committee to solicit subscriptions to organize a stock company ]tv resolution then pissed we were instructed as K( on a1) the minimum amount was taken to apply tor a th irter and secure a am table place in the city for business Then, has been subscnl ed already an amount more th in double the minimum, we applied for a charter and are now endeavoring to secure a w u the line of one of our principal railroads for storage and packing with refngera t  a tun hid Intii t< n Kithinl 1 r 11 the run e nf the mm u} 11 win in this stimuli of He md his little finnlj h ul letnliMit, q ptlj t( r it tin ir hoiiu in L.iuiniK 1 1.1 m nj ti t i( w II LI T Dt iul fo iu SMlle Can iap< V I rospt oujs Savings ii ink BVRM-SMIIF i Juuirv 2h [Spfdil] Tin si f S i m un Mm phej s  all j nii of tl Vlllt( (I fat l dl 1 tills tk si i nl o m ilirnAi r s n tuli Tin re 111 OIH nine Md is fi i Uuir lino ir- if, s he uses ml u ultitaktrs fi< in all paits.f lh< ccui tn Tint othoi noti 1 irr u 1 1 I m] r Tack BOIl tr Sllllth 1 -U It 1 111 IK is Ml F] 1 B iiiR %ilk biip.ay tioii <-uri any s< ulK n f i t i i tco Itia ci Icis uu 1 is pl-ini n t double his int ThcHiiMtsi, lit plii n 4 in 11s ire dMibl their t in 1 t inn t KM i p uiib tl d r i itti il 1 hi t i n h f, h in Ik 1 I_ rars if I nl In _; 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In n his three little hildnn inrltln lit i U il uit< in i e ih itt h left in sc in h f 1 1111 11 t f< r Uu nrpost t indiitt inn t ittiintohir I ut to 11111 hi i threi little 11 ts c f II id him to i iln i tl e nmswi k in 1 esti in i iiltoitl uui 1 the n I-L t i -n'ti it li str ttf dm h II tf lu r 1 tlln n stt 11 in rcnnilli slu vi is 111 hi r ij t) her 1 man iu 1 L ui ie M K T-ih N and hid tu i x L ui 1 iltrr i ii mi) rr f sh ts i 1 n u h run SH n t dt 1 in q t rinu, tlu ir (_aiui Hit I rmklin n is ur0 tlie j pie f Hi ir I t h Id i fur fill iron intt r --ts art 111 1 R >rkmart in, ft mul to be n tu h n i v tin ii Ir tl in tt inj i j c 1 il ure n mes aie Itnij, i xti n 1 lit 1 M t -nnl Mr T will lunlrt mw h t' I iKPdirtnwt -----Diritn si 111 r u j i1- oj (j t d 1 ISL ]t 11 It r tl e diietuon if Mi- It rut b tlu, Tin C 1 n 1 ns i ij ire tilkn I 111 ex 1 i 11 ti 11 11 i j_i ui 1 s( ilt t is fill -----Tin nui-l rc f i i nil iiijtrLj tl s The t il K i hrs 11 1 li i i< i will he 11 ai still (Kit HO irt it tin is I TI ut 1 sn h si. in lin itstn ns this t< mer J 111 II w n nth insurune  ii i i n ir t 1 ----Flu (i uti C nnt-v "Him e Jus d a it s luti n 1 i 1 i _ 11 rt i n fi rt l in I wij, in nun rs 1 t ui t t i j rt i lie st 1) tin n Is tlir tl illi i 1 n i i In it i C i mi il D i-s w n rbtt -t lie i u ntftl the (it ith sen ttii t t J i I luilii s t Iik nnprisi n mt nt with it n c tht r In LI i tin i] pin iti n I i i 11 1 n Mi s s 1 hill 11 s ci nun it tod itr HI s nmrdci m e i intj md the gmtntis ut jn is i prcttin j -ti t i tlio i eoj h In n lew w itli tl c I mi E-wuk limes RIi 1 rintlfj Iherc neitr his teen i 111 IMIP tminty prwiss of and tlu nv tl n tilt i u (line 1 tint tli n 11 will 1 t s t Ii IM 1 in i i il ii rci i i t-. in th it i unU in 1 e ustriu d 1 li 11 ps t li l ten hniv 11 the l thtf la-tDi ember it due tors ted a general manager of energy integrity and if possible of experience in the will be sele  is i part of f ur f ntral organization In the n eaiUime send us j< ur names with ten per cent nt nr subBcrii ti us until a further assessment rhjs n ill entitle on to a oicc in the organization and ill othtr rights LJ peit lining t, ejtj ti t to ie< daiH ttltgraphic reports ol the print ij al imrkets north md n  proilii tr ind land owner shimld take one or more sh-irei- which are eat h V uniDti of pr we tli ink is ibfoluti ly nue'Shirj to injure tlien systematic dis tril iitnm ni Ul md relripi r t irs in h itibht d th it i firmersiiul jjir den true in in the spring and mouths ind sell it prontahlt mcs in the north iml I itc md sell it prontahlt imcs in the north ami n rth west i irh finite ana equal in I1 Ik and ilut to tliost v.lneh wo I ny from them in tin, I ill and winter Heh i i ti It n idv f r bii'-iness the 1st of AI in h or and 111 the me tntinie we id Mse u to pi mt it then nr per f-i water nn I( in ind intil pt-s of Ics tnmatoes 11 s c n uinlers earl> i >rn Tush and tt i tat< es squashf s ihl ipe bettB etc Vie to t iki jam-with tlu, i itmn i ruiiinff of i ur iruit Irctb and 11 e intb and to p! nt int rt I in n eo operation orsamzalun md iti< distnl nti ui is the true j In v and the n tth ul I whi h i in sot me the 1 enehti ot nuj d ind iiilrnad fa.i ihties rapid ti uisit 1 etti r r itts in tarU id h ts ett. riit  Mrs J S Hamilton, Mrr, il I i i >Ir H 9 Jejin e bjnuh und Mi-s 31 >lUe Dolibs 4ntliony'e Place If Not Ask Six AI ov Hi January 2S [Sj ci i il th ny s ird is t nn f Hit bf know n lliiLsin or tbtmt M u nn m lino gr es ind mokes excellent w me 11( s tbousind d< liars ft i the place hit h mi Imlts f iir thonsind Oill  tho so as to in vKc w me for altar puiposis Tlio Jesuits, who ire now in con tiol c f St btamsl ins h u o a large Miiev ird pi inted at bt fetiinsj IIH winch ni a shoit time will tominente, to bt u gripes ibnncHiitlj 1 he incj aid is well tt u led ind will bcromc t j in a few jcais The Lawvei B Keturn M ON (i i T J8 tho IM KOII letter in THF (.ONSIIH on M nil ly i.s a f ill account of the mandamus ind injunction cises of tlio Maeon and load troin lTpson count> These matttis ironed jesteidiy it Griffin be foro udge IJDJ ton by the law the o sidt s Tndgo BoMiton reserved his decision until Saturn ij Tin Maeon lawjcrjs ictiuncd home 1 st Meeting. 'MAroN Tinnirj 28 il tlie slockhohli is of tho Matt n b ings hink he d their annual mutiny ind etecl the following din tors t- un Attmajer Ti ic> er f M u.lniin F Jin ird- in ui t I TT Cnttir If T I'twtil Tiit dncctci-s ie tlectod tlie f< llow H olbcers J AI lioArdman jiresi lent II d C uttei ue pi (sit If nt If r Pow 11 fish HI tliMtknrl of thie  lat C iprtal st  in the superior nrt Judge I MilU i signed oult is fit luting, charters to llio T" 1115 irr il( It f iclon to the. Georg i Fiuif 11 t il IP t h m_o and printed a in end int nt to (lie charter of the Macon Brewing compin-) I he Krge engine and general machinery firm of Smith M illorv Ins d 1 he busmesH ill be con lurted M illorv IJros t o Mi II A Smith maj start a similar business of his own II ni James M Griggs itor general of tht I'Uinl i circuit, TSM d throiifih Mat on to- daj ri route to S w ami ih where he experts 11 soli c( i tain lands ow lied b> him in FJond i f n h ahmble phosplnh deposits e been ittsco-veied It is sairl th it he has had s mt, line ofTeis made for tlie land at the recoi iler ourt John Sin ft id w 1 o struck Osbtrn Evans such a violent blow on the head night, with a bil 1 laid cue vjis hned mil laced under a 0 bond ans was lined Colonel R D Jxicke, the appointed astci af Macon 1 a. gone tu Sa% nnnah to arrange about his b md Ke-v f Ii. ind e tomorrow for here Mr Winches- ter assumes thajge of a large Episcopal church Kev W B Jennings of the First Presbyte- rian church expects to next wt ok on bib wsii. of four months the Holy Land Artliur Battle's Fate. BOSTON, Ga January is reported here, at a late hour toi ight that Arthur Battle, the farmer who ao mya- tenouslj disappeared from here November5th, was found dead near Jasper, Fla. A young lady who has been visiting Jasper from, this place, viewed the corpse and recognized it as being that of Mr. Battle. Cotton Receipts Boabled, tlie Merchants Sappy and the People All Prospering: JACKSOV, Ga January 28 say that Jackson is on a high boom to pros- perity would be putting it mildly From bales of cotton received through previous sea- sous we have gone up to this season, and yet much more to come m Our merchants have had all they could do, and their sales increased in proportion to the cotton receipts Many new enterprises have recently heen started, among which is the Jackson Agricul- tural works, which employs quite a number of hands Their principal output for the present season will be the Collins fertilizer distributor The company has already received orders for one thousand of these machines A FINE SCHOOL The Jackson institute, Jackson's pet, and one of the finest educational institutions in the state, is doing exceedingly well under the care of Professor "W C Wnght, principal, and his able assistants. Professors Kil patrick and and Miss Tommie Smith, -n ho has charge of the music department Two hundred and fifty-two students were enrolled during last term and we expect to see three hundred put on the roll during the present year The Jackson carriage factory, one ol the largest of the kind in the state, is turning out buggies, wagons, phaetons, etc for eight or ten counties The work and demands con- tinue to increase, and Mr Carmichael has re- added an extensive depository in which to accommodate the demands of his business The Jackson bank has recently declared a dividend that made the stockholders happy Our civic societies are putting their heads together to build a hall, and our young men have organized a military company, and will be ready for the encampment next sum- mer THE FARMERS AT WORK The Butts County alliance has recently bought a warehouse and will build a dummy line from the depot to the public square Our two fertilizer factories are running on full blast time and selling their products to the home trade as fast as it can he sacked In fact, everything in Jackson is moving with a spirit, and our people are hopeful for the future MEDICAL "AND BEAUTY! IN BRUNSWICK. The Narrow of 4.OOO Bales of Cotton BRUNSWICK, Ga January 28 At 11 45 a m today, a small negro shanty on Newcastle street, caught on fire, and at same time a heavy gale set in, causing the fire to consume the shanty and communicate to a resi dence owned by William Mahoney, and occu pied by Mr Elkin, destroying both houses The work of firemen and citizens prevented the hre spreading to Valcntoes's planing and the Oglethorpe hotel, yet the wind being high earned sparks overto the Brunswick and Western docks, where there was bales of cotton waiting shipment The cotton caught fire and demanded the speedy work of the firemen, dock force, seamen ind strangers to a total destruction of the docks THROWN INTO THE RIVFK Three hundred bales on fire were thrown ovetbc ard into the and a force of 150 men cat rynig buckets could not supplies the fl vines iptam W M Tapper general manager of the Brunswick Wrecking and Towing com pan3 hid his local fire boat Inca lying two miles down the river steamed up como to rescue and commenced streams on the cotton and docks, thereby prc, fuithor spiead and entirely ex the fiamrs in a half hour THE TOTAI LOSS The total loss estimated by Captain Tnpper and Bnmsw tck and extern manager w barf and dock Mr Fulltr, is 200 bales of cotton covered insur nice Fifteen minutes delay of the lri  tl e president bj Ilcv li D Kigsdale pastor of the B iptist chinch ind by He- II 1" T ho addresses weie to the point, and the music, under the leadership of fi ssoi Hnmcr njjit was esj c  tine The its of the othteis shoved decided and tncttii iging progiess The folli othcers were (Iccli If r the ensuing joar t vptain r CT AIc< ill president Isaac AI ihbc tt tio isnrer T G-iulden secretaiy and F A L Tomer Joseph MabUa A J Spiiks and tjor J C McDonald ad isorv board A'M-'W A New Yorker iwhes to F Mtablisli a C muing I-uctory in Macein MA  as a siiJeiichd pi u o to loc tie ic inning fartorj parties from the north e been here recently inspecting an 1 they ire much pie ised with the situation and the outlook Tod w Mr W V Orr, of Buffalo N Y it, in Mflcon and wishes to establish a c nincrv if he can get local t ipital interested in the schemt with him He sajs Maton possesses advantages for such an mdustrj enjojed by no other _eUy in Georgia________________________ If >ou suffer from itching burning chitbams use PO1 fc. S LI Dill 1LCIWLK LOTION AND If you are annoyed with dandruff or irritation of the sialp use POPL S 1 LOW SOKT If would tlie mtural beiuty and tone f skin it soft smojtli trans parent and white use POI I> S LLDLK 1 LO I OTION It leaves no It-id reM tR nnd all that Is claimed fui it SuIdbyHLK HINsoN BKO n r m 14 White hall Sin ct Take no ehoea IV. L Donglas1 name and price arc stamped on the bottom. If the dealer cannot supply you. Bend direct to factory, enclosing adrerUset! price. Have you a Pittsburgh, Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu- dent Lamp Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break You get the wrong sort! The RIGHT ones are the PEARL made by Geo. A. Macbeth Co., Pitts- burgh, makers of the cele- brated lamp- chimney, which have given universal satisfaction. FOR GENTLEMEH. Flue Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed- moor Waterproof. Beat in the world Examine bin 85.OO GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE K4 00 HAND-SEWED WELT feHOK B3.6O POLKCE AVD PARMK9R8' SHOE. EXTRA VAT CALF SHOE 6' .36 83 WORKINGMEN'S SHOES, and KOY8' SCHOOL SHOES. All made In Congresa, Button and Lace In order to qiiirkK and thorougl ly Introduce the Nevnis meth the ln> r .r will, until tehruarj extrat t tectli at ne half the rec ulir price Oflld C.rant Jl uw Hh Inttha-li ft faun irv r This is to I hat I have frdiy had three I idl> dc-tjt I texth ex- tractrd 1 j Itr m without am pain >r harm iltJiout.li I am in dclnate ticaltli I would rt commend thobP vuwlnnj, lecth ixtra tt 1 t. call uixmJJr at thi H tine MitH 1 SMITH ATI VVTA r-i Tannin IR n i Jn i nt it lar iml thrti 1 i r ts NI.-V it the ia.nl II n-- l uitbont a pirtxlc if pun   to n jruniH nr jaw hrtrtnlly add n v n t r ny ti the fart that Dr "Net ms t xtr i t t ctu without pain '-MITH M ith Thnn T- V i PrmUrs ]lr A I M n line H i ul linh rl witliout i f rn ISM n t otlitr tpstimuniulh in Journal __j_an n d v.________ Pure Drugs, LOWEST Cut Prices! THE MOST ICIOl S SODA WATER AND HOT CHOCOLATE. 81 75 SHOE FOR MISSES. Material. Best Style. Best Pitting. W. I.. Itonglas. Brockton. Sold by O II A W FORCE, 33 Whitehall. PRICE 4 PORTER 24 Marietta St J E ARN'OCK, Gl Peachtree fet. wed fn sun ore not disagreeable box TOrydcneeroas. Ton ahould always cnretham in tirna or yog miefat find it ITjA For a sate, sure and pleasant ramedv, one that can ta relied npon tor both adults and cfeUdnn. osa TRUNKS! TRUNKS! SHALL MANT. FACJTCRE Trunks YEAR 189O, WILL SELL CHEAPER By far than any other south- ern manufacturer. BARGAIN TO OFFER YOO! ABE FOOT I BRO., 34 WHITEHALL STREET. SPAPLR ss osasrxs. Prepared bj Reining Bros. Pittsburgh, Fails to Revtora Gray Hair to tO Yonfirfbl Color. Com scalp diseases FINE CANDY A FRFM1 VI r I I V RECEU tl) Peachtree and Dtratur and Avenue Jan (THE WOECESTESSHJHE) tiie most delicious taste and rest to EXTRACT ot a LETTEB Irom a MEDICAL GKN- TLEMAN at Mrfd- tds brother at WORCE3TEK, May, 1851- LEA PEEBINS' tbat their sance la blglily esteemed In and is IB my opinion, the most SOUPS, as the most xrtiole- some sauce that Is filgnatore Is on every bottle of tiie genuine. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, N. Y., AQBNTS FOB THE ITIITKD STATES. For One Dozen Cabinet Photographs. J. J. FABER, 28 1-2 Whitehall Street. 14 WSPAPLRI   

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