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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               FIVE CENTS. HELDA STRAIGHT FLUSH Stalc Senators Spend Succeed Carlisle Lender lu the House. May 18 hotel Thursday Quay and FarweH, of Illinois, ruihn railroid com tood ith boiiit -well is rec r veil s, v hi md lion bet him as nn JJachsav tint tie ither intuit business then tirwtll bo ime whatever ho sivs will agitate the center of the t Theio is a fooling iinong the demo cms especially finni tho north and west that the c utiov i rsv th it h us been provoked ought 11 t tolc illivvpdti in erfero w th the three d iv s of the tariff debate yet ion aiiiiug M of them have imciidmonts lelatmg to local mitt is which they want to offer whether thev. ire earn 1 or not consequently they want the mnttt r e it sh >rt 1 In 01 i 1011 among darrocrats, how ever is th it li.it 11 ght s pioeecdmgs should be rcfeiied to in terms vvhieh cannot be iiiisn me stood It should ho shown to the countio that it w is -mi Ij a scheme 1 Speaker Keed i i h t) refill ite upon Mr Bynum for Ins v us dc n n  tuffYtnibide-mciSeot "rtnrtiele IB a ,yonng grandson tne same- name, and is -now seesai iielsenaat ra a cavalry TegvttKTOt, witKnoofficiifl standing, tl oughts which enaWes him to -frequontttips-to-the VmtelJ -States During tne last tup roportod tothave representeitbeponserrateveTiarCy press took up tho matter, when he, boy-like, to aatrtbotnatter-straiKht Tushdd into pnbllslnng a letter ui Bl Tempo m ho criooisea the Egovemmont, party, who and also Preai- contmander-m and for this he was ahead 1 Uv In, U ui I for ,11 is o: iM, but Mr l-irvdl ouU not take -i 1> int o tooolk .gi c and tho lemark thit he did not vault rob -.mm he -ud I cil jon and thiew dcwnon the Uble f  d FLLS1I did not ncndthursymiathj for he tin spread oat be'nro the astomslied Farwoll a diamond flusli Ievenstothi0'h Mr lire ells only reniar vis W ell I 11 be dimiieJ and Mr C-vm dren m tl e pot which contained a lit le more thin t >00 FIIINC. THE FVT OLT OT? TH'M I ho roDubhc-m committeo it has leaked out Irom republicans t.igli m the com ils 01 the partj has already raised -v g.gai.tit con up tiou fund lor in the next presidential cam are pro- For the past few months his malidj 'ns been notablj grow iig worse He has Hooded the local and foreign press wrthlevters making allusions to an estimable and promuie it lady of this city lUio WT.S Htely mauled and crtii that slio w is his Catholic wife, an 1 s bearing a Jis.honoi.ih e lolitioii to mo i whose wrieshe became LUtlcma i whose wneslie uecauie The Ue ro E I ipers wThout exception Have Mr are purely repi-- dreamed of monarchy His attoiney Veraugo c'airus tha. even if he is found guilty lie can be sentenced to only one or two .chs iutpiisomneiit WHAT SAID To the French Jourrialint-Tne Ex-Cliancel- lor Too Young to Be Inactive PARIS May IS Matin publishes an ac count of an mterv ew had with the trench journalist, Des-Soux w'.o recently spent a few days at FrredrichBuht. and w as entertained at dtniier by the ex ico'lor The conversation was devoid iimctpally to ironical Pi nice Bismarck relerieu to HAVAKA, May IS 11 o'clock last mght fire broke  aions who w 11 te 1 to st u the t ii pUte industry it is mi lu stood l i i 000 outr ght for tho pr 1 ib torv ilnty which would give the new in lustry aim >P olyotthe In th s itis bel cvod uniost i million dolliis from the ill gotten ga ns of nammctu have been covered 11 to the ropubli 11 tic is ury to be used to corrupt v o.ers in the c  that ill eirlv repoit uini bo nl i le thci oil to the senate but as tho mom 1 pis of thit eoniin ttoo are all more 01 levs m tmstedintlie silver dcbito it 13 doubtf il i i y pro Test, lo inide on the t ir II bill until af iei tl e r bill in 01 t of the way IX THHHOLoK The first three lavs of tl o week in the house will w itiiess the llos scenes in the til ft de bite w Inch promises to become more inn- itod ist! end dnws near It s the present m tenti m of tho wns in 1 n c us coiiim ttec to I rt. tne bill fr i wlioe t the used w hen 1 e i and iiiv 11 IPS lei n In In m ml i i noil the nuiuuei of amend ne.its mil, to the bill will be 111 orler Hi w il s otio s aio to be subiect ol ittiik ajjiii in tint, w iv and alugethi nroecediii.s promise. to consul! e s leial o tmio unless a specul is irnoit I fr m the committee en ruest histen the conch si, n The elec tonse nnmtt.P intend-, to c ill tip the Aid, ii use ot McD ime That papoi is the v Yolk bun SUIvPUISFI> AT DAN 1 S ACTIO-T Alluding to th s mattei the Detroit Jouinal Tlio steps now tak IIE for the c r of fliat t Vlis e Kvel tnd i v- en In ailmmslnn of ihe June i let us is B n0u ar mfl dead is thirty four TETEJiE BirN KUJUID By Hie Explosion of a tocomotive BoUer ou a Tennessee Kailrond TOE Oeorge Trai or'c the con rule i c test 1 tie 11 use ot McDittie vs luMinimn dn Ij after the tirifl bill is dis loelif a id as tho rep rt if the commit! e i i fiv r  iru the Etur a He was mot at qaarun tine by i pir y of friendi and tnnsferred to thocitv lie takes a tiain for 1 K ima Ho is in the best of health THL DOCTOKS VT ILI E The Ameilcan MoUunl Association to Meet Tlieie on Tuesday Tomi Mav Ib nl Niillv thioe him Ire 1 le e.} lies to the Vuieri cm MelKll which a solubles lucsliv hiveilreilyatinod Tins promises toll oieol the t itti n le 1 n et' 1C nt veirs ALL an oil ition dre 1 pcop e weie engaged in apiar nt n ty of eu'ht tl ou sin 1 abittei lesistince io apt to be novel 1 he river mil i eople are ilso tirstoi [ortuint} to call up tl eir i tini. t i an "r .ton bill and get it thronth the tho ilenit cratic forces in the greit fight tint most be niaJe In Ice in ill lights of vigor- ous nauiuo Crisp be put for lartl TO RFSIGX Mr Blamo vill resign trom Harrison's cabi net m less t1 in three months, At least tint isv hit nany t f hia frientls beliei e His res ignatioii vill however not be on iccount of any on with tho president but on account of h 5 r j idlj filling health During tho 1st tw o months his heilth has been fill ng cry and now he looks ten j ears o! cr thin he did before the many rec-iit troubles in Ins f-mitj Indeed, Mr teame s licilth seeing entirely broken He is thin wh !o his f ce Appears entirely colorless, aiiti there is a ousness about his frame which show that ho is figmg-rapidlj Indeed, Mr Bliine s f-ionds do not beliov e that Tie is long for this world ind as for a presidential candidate in !B that is of tho question Indeed his friends fill be surprised if the greatost of republican statesman is alive a5 tiu i. time THEIP FIRST Colonel C mdler of Ocorpna tolls a good B atorv of i1! tirst ineoring with ato f c-hn Allen ot Miss ssippi and how the Ite "worsted him m v 1 noclc doiiu anl diag out fight" Iwi down neir Tupelo in command of a Georgia coin] u j Slid Mr Gaudier "One monilng i lem lank, gawky country bo> who looked is if held him up to tho tho light you could sco tl o tadpoles ill him, walked up to my tout and (riwled out Cap 11 one o your d n men stole my b'aiiket an I'm goiii to hav o it jek 01 I m to frail V- 11 out'n somebody Abontthis momentone of my men came up and said Captain it is my blanket he refers to You fcno v that for you slept under it manytimes I 'I remember it Of course it is j ours said the that's ]uai like you CHOPS IN ISOKTH CAEOI.INA. rnvoroMc fleet of the Weather on Cotton, Tobacco and Corn KM.ru H IN C Miy weither crop bulletin of the North C. irolina oxi o imeiit station ind tho weithd serv PI for this evciu e; savs tbe 10 mil s irf correspondents show Ejeiierallr a verv K orable elTept of the w eatl er on nearly all crois QUI ng tho week The rainfall was ib ni tl j jnenso m most sections of the stite excett local he ivy iims in no eistiin distuct hut falling vvheie tin vvia liidh iPKled it lias done much E od In i few jliees winch still need noierui the bcil not having been moistoned t isuflieieitdep h cotton slow 1} Thotcmio ituie his bpen aniverago except dur ng the e u h I art of the w eek a he mghts w ore at 1 er e ol on the vv hole but U pical May weithei pravtnh 1 durinstheweek Increisiiig wauuth ind sunshine 11 e now needed foi cot- ton 1 iimers iro busy careful ind sanguine In the ovstein district eipious lams have fall o which last week were reported as needed badlv In the central district cotton is re np well with an excellent stand in of foi five him hotelsvve Is is IUTII> inoio could hive been There will be no lick of room how as h ivo volunteereil to care for fifteen him lied eop'e The reproseiititives 01 about n iicty t ni s hive been i week their   of n edicincs iiistru meiits, anl medical vv ind the large amusement hall is crowded with thoir ex hibits _ Ihe sossicn of the association opens Tues div moining w lion a nenei il meeting will be hoi 1 m tl o V endonie them r Onp largo be held in tl o n oining >f cich of the foil div during which the associi tioii sits ind in the afternoons about th rtv suctions will moot at various hills ind churches in the citv 'The local c uniinttee his-niKio imp1" irnngements f ,r cutertnii ng the visitors and committees of litlies have been ippomte 1 fnre ch 1 'cl i id ee ion of the city to set thit visiuins lathes see eveiy thing of mtelest liele It is expected that by TUGS liv noon thero will bo not less than two thousand visitors here HIS FATHEK IH LAW professe 1 Ing i a linn ation for Fresie'eut Car not, M DeFroyc not and M Constan iTlie Kifflit-Hour Movement in France PARIS May 18 delegates to the Na t oSal S.DC ahst coiiferenre of 188') have de- ctejod a pennanent committee to ad the eight-hour movement They will form a Iciurueand asi ill labor anJ soc al organ which took pait in the demonstration on llav day to elect similar committees to be conuoifcd with the central committee of Fans The Tiar'irinentary comm ttee on the enbjeot of limiting the libor of w omen girls children noposes that women and gi-ls between the iges of thirteen and eighteen, shall work not more thin ten hours and shall nob work at nxjht__________ A Eitrlo German News BCRLI', Ma Int. Semitic meeting was hold it Hale todav at whioii Depntj Sounenberg was the principal Rioting broki out between the socialists and anti semitics and the meeting was dissolved bv the police Tie soe alists stormed the platform and a free fight ensued A KICPS hive been roceivoel from oist Afnci t'nt Maj ir issn.ann captured Mikondinam on the 14 h Instant placing the whole coast fro n tint place to Zanribar in Clio hands of Cieriiians__________ Russian TSilitary Miiieuvei-a May maneuvers on the t is i ru front er are to be bold in August an 1 will last three, weeks Troops will Tie drawn fiom PoUnl Lithuania Odessa Clar koi-" ind Moscow nd will bo commanded by f enorals Gourko and Dngomuoff who will be designated for high commands in the event of vi u All ri Iroadsm the district are to bo jil iied unler conti ilof the military authon lies Tin wars it the C ithol c convent at Dnr 10 have been evicted and the nunnery coiiMrtcd into a miga7iiie t. prising in Br izll MovrFVFDio May tolegnm re euel hire savs that on the occasion f the recent rising at 1'uerts cgre the troojis aftei tir ng a v ol'ej and killing and wounding many joined tl e citizens in depeis- ingthe goveinor Advices hare been re coined confirming the report of disorder Tenu May 18 -fSpeeial ]-A Hl  w as appointed resident physician of the Cin- cinnati hospital hiving passed a examination for the pliee Ho medieine for three vears in Cincinnati and in. 71 was appointed acting issistaiit surgeon in. the army In this capacity he served through, the Indian warm JNew Mexico when Victoria and Ins band took tne field He acquired a aluable mid most interesting know ledge ot Indian life participating in a number of en- gagements and the pursuit of hundreds oC miles through tho wildest sections of New Mexico and lu 1880 he res gned this position and went Washington, carrvuig w ith him most llattermg; testimonials of esfeem from the commanders with whom ho hi 1 A P Mor- row of the Ninth cavalrv Colouel Edward Hatch Ninth cav alrj commanding the dis- trict of Xevv Mexico and othein Mljor Morrow a let is one of the many showing the con si delation m whieh Major Comegys wa-s hejd FT BAVAKn N II Aujrust 1RBO sever- ing ravconnection with the troops iu the tleltl in southwest iSew Mexico itadord-, me treat pleas- ure to record the acrv lees of Acting Assistant Snreeon omen's t ulted states army, who was on duty as ehief ofhcer of tlio column ind wlio has received merited praise from officers and men lor his soliherlv pluck and professional skill A 1 MOKUOVI Maj 9 heav Urcvet Colonel I S 4. Com III February 81, he was appointed mijor and paymaster fiom civ.l life by Fresideufi Hajes He served in this capacity itt Arizona ajid Montana before coming to At- lanta in '80 Mr W H Corbett his private secretiry, leives with Majoi Comcgvs Mrs Miss Belle an Atlanta jouiig ladr, and she and her husband hav e miny friei da here THE mOaJOK 1'KOBI.KM w about twenty four years of age w caused by the bolts breaking ow Mine is on of Itfulea Pa May 18 Neilson shaft is aught from the burning toin At 10 o clock p m the fire in Jeilson had assumed a berious aspect 1 r- is shift :nowii ported np sono pi the linest obtained m many sears Corn is also d nnq romaikaWy well 1 he set- tin out ot tobacco plants is pioRiessing rather sow U scorns In the western district wca bei ha-s been splendid not a single unfa Cotton and com ale ng Ahead Ala May 18 [Special The democratic primary election in this comity j-jiti n -ura.c majority, but Representative Bank- head eirnes most of the county pi ecu eta Lowe will carry the county by a-small major itv Favctte Cronshaw tusca'oosa Henry, Bibbani probably Sumter conntieSf eieetod delegates to the state convention instructed for Kolb for governor Kolb also secured a por- tion of the delegations -from several, other counties, and the returns last night indicated that he has almost u not quite enough votes, to nominate In mon the first ballot In this the sixth congressional district Kepre-entutive Saiikhead Sumter and Tuscaloosa counties which, with the delegates already in- structed foi him, insures his nomination On-the Western UortU Carolina, RALEIGH N t May 18 ]-Offlc al re ions 011 the progress of the work on the Murphy met thatT tieT road should be completeilky ne For AllonatliiB tlie Affections ot Bis A SUO OOO NISHVIH. Tiiui Mij IS [Spec il The suit of F Ir Hiimett S T C.lass v Inch his been i ending for neirly three v eelc-s in tho clreu t court of Williamson was de cideA bitrudij Bennett maiTied the daughter of Mr Glass some J eirs ago but troubles irose andlur-bliid and vife sepiratcd Mi Glass is 0110 of the richest men m the countj his cstite being it several hundied thoutand-dol lar-i The son 111 law sued h s father m law for the ihcnatioii of the affections of his wife and claime 1 000 damages Hie best legal tilentof tne 1 onklm bar and some from Nashville were encased 111 the trial It vas one of the most hot'} contested suits evei biought in this section and the second of the kind ever brought in Tennessee Tiro Jury gave a verdict ot S20 OOP in favor of Bennett True Bills Found CHATTANOOGA. Tenn Maj 18 The grand jin-j has found i true bill against Messrs Albert Eikin and T H Cheek, and their attoinevs have given bond for the ap- peanncc of the parties at the circuit court The charge is the technical one of the "f raudu lent issuance of warehouse receipts Under tha statute ou the subject, their lawyer says, "the shortage which appears in the elev ator is a consequence of the erroneous and loose method .which van pursued of issuing receipts on bulk gram, which was being iiandled and shipped mto and out all the while, which was thus a common fund opening the way for a shortage following a considerable depression in the market More than that, a number ot the receipts on the stubs of tho elevator company had been satisfied though not act- ually taken up and wjule yet outstanding are not in tl e hands of bonafiue Tiolders and can- not ho enforced Grand Oda Fellows in North Carolina. KALEIGH, N C JMaj 18 The Brand encampment of the Odd Fellows of North Carolina has elected the following offi cers Grand Tatnareh, T E Phillips, grand T W fctephens, grand senior warden. A Broadfoot grind junior warden, J "W Stanley grand-scribe- and treasurer, O Black, grand representative, John Ij Dudley __ _ t rronghout tho province of Itio Grande The poyinlaca it is stated bj force of arms if hoc essarv v ill reiect the now banking Iivis of Darbosa the Brayil'an minister of hnance 111 Be Made Cardinals ROVIF May IS tho next consistory winch will problbly be hold 011 the 18th instant, three bishops will ret en e cardinal s luts vicar apostolic of Club v ill be trai iferred to Pekm m a sinnlnr capacity _ Turkey Has Not Replied CONSTAVTIVOPI F May 1 he porte hasnot yet replied to Russia's c'alrn for payment of arreirs of ar indemnity M Helidoff Rus sian ambassador in an uigent note to the porte demands payment of arrears from the new loan _ The Great Trench Race Puus Maj 18 race for grande poule des 1 lie inintj n o- _, plosions wnll occur if it reiches the .ire P I ton ght it was decided to tun. Carbon m the shaft and drown out toe fire It will take thirty six hours to tt rn the creek, ind itt'ie flro ism the Jocahtv which the m ne foreman thinks it is it will be three or lour dais before themiter wi'l reach tbo faro The and fire is so dangerous that ev cry prccau en to prevent tho loss of life May Ib -Mr Burgess o Tlie license Fixed at Ten THonsiind. Dol- Bt Cases to Go Made MiiLrrx.KVii.LP1 Ga May IS The greatest prob om and tlie hardest one ta soUe that ever confronted the people of Bald- win county 18 tbe liquoi quest on and its so- lution is as coniolicited now .is it was Deforo the election Tlie countj nnnsaionors met and earned out their declaration by fixing tho honor tix at 000 It was understood at first that sever il liquor bouses would submit to arrest, give the S-'O 000 bond ro- qmred and risk the cl vnces of gaming tho cai.es u tbe courts but TA vet none have begun busmen though several boon, erintod by the citj It is understood that tha cit> coontnl will on Mtmd.iv rather some members of the council will favor the city ia- terr-edmg before the commissioners f or i re- duction in the tax, or, failing in that, will back tho TX luaky men up m a trial Tho oprmc-T of tbo lawyers of the city ns to tha com mission right to the traflio in tho City is pretty-well divided and all admit thab it a tang ed question should be solvent in tlie most vav without going into the courts if possible boino of -wxpiont Jeadera of both sides have been -figuring on coinprounsc for a day or so but nothing in that direction has >et been accomplished Tlio city council held meeting Friday afternoon supposed to been held tor the purpose of taking steps i a tne matter but uotbiug was cpvcn tho public as to then action and another meeting was- called for Monday evening, when they -will try and roach a conclusion as to the stand tlie nt> government take in soiling the liquor problem In the meantime THF CON- STITUTION tho news of the election feature attending it without addi- tion detraction or asion and the public can icly ou ivS reports as the case pioceedd "CASTAWAY'S" OVTMCR prohicts worth ihout 40000 -francs was run to ua> and won bv Karon a Sthicttler s French bre I baj colt Pnrclu.ro bj Fernlexe out of Ja poiiica Yellow was second and Av ar Dance third. AUGUSTA'S ELECTKIC LIS.ES. A Blrip Oaptain Story PHILADELPHIA, May 18 -Captain Cranmer, of the derelict schooner Annie L here having been landed in New At 11 p m May 14th she sprung Council Grants Riffht-off-Way Throaffh. eral Additional Streets. ALOUSTA, Ga Maj 13 railroad committee of the council granted tbe privileges of additional streets to the Kansas City Electric Kail way company, and also the old street car company the privi lege of using en its lines Today the ad-t ances of the new electric double track nd to taTe'in faster than the umps would pump it out On the morning f the 13th according to Captain Cranmer, of the 13th according to Captain Cranmer, the fi led and tecanie unmanageable, towards 9 o'clock the crew left her and werb picked up by the schooner F B Miller They Became so alarmed at the con- dition that they fled without sai.ng any of their personal effects When Captain Orvn- learned that his vessel had been picked up towed into the Delware he was greatly mer and to1 surprised Collece Examinatlana. railway down the center of Broad street te- DOLGLASV itEE Ga., May 18 quired the removal of the old fountain from Broad street which twenty fiv e jears ago gave exaimu Augusta the name of the fountain city Many Miss of the Douglasville college passed and received their grades Turner, ol DonglasvUle, gets private fountains and several public ones re- flSTnunor.anelJMiss BeOe ot eamesrllle mam, however, to give an excuse for the old sewntt tonor Here a fine arrav w iS on -their laurels lor their classmates may yet pass them, Colonel Canady May 18 -Colone ASHINOTIS, dv at-arms of the senate, has decided to resisnthit position, and it is said tonight that nTs resignation will be communicated to the senate on Monday. ir Shops. WBWfc AK, Ga May 18 The B D Cole Manufacturing recently enlarged their shops By muldmg'an-aadition ISsflO feet and will put in about SlOJOOO worth 01 new and improved: machinery-tor raSnng engines and boilers. This work- in j: machinery and shojj-Tddin Will more than double thevrlMeseitt.capacrty.ana giveemploy ment to ex name If ti nevv one is needed the electric city would seeui to be appropriate The Commercial club, of Augusta, is nego- tiating for the purchase of the old Tubman property on Broad street, opposite fhe Chron- icle office The present, residence will make way Tor a modern'four story club house wl.icn _ will be a substantial improvement and oma- CUTHBBRT, Ga May 18 ,ent grand Jnry found in tho treasury of Tho Kichmond County Agncultnral society I Randolph eonnty They made arecommenaa- today elected Judge Evepresrdent ti on that their next have _such Idiss Ktttherford "Will Kemaln. ATHENS, Ga May 18 I trices m the different distrE rumor has been going around for sometime thereby relieving the county ot a neavy ex- that Miss Millie Rutherford, the present pense in numerous petty trials Tsefore the su- emrient principal of Lucy institute. perior court. He Spends a Day In Auffusta on Hia Way Home AnausTA May 18 (Smecial Nolpn owner of who captured the Brooklyn handicap the other dav, was in. Augusta today en route home from Aiken. where he was a g lest of tho Highland Part hotel at the time of the nee Ho is a ealthjir b-evver, who has named-his 'lieav erwyctc stables after a brand of his beer and takes thin method of venting his sporting proclivities He says his siable pud 000 last year He> declined to bay how much the victory ot istawav. netted him, but Manager Campbell of his Bcaverv >ck stables mada glOO OOU on the race At the time the betting odds were 300 to one against Castaway' indl he says Manager too'c a stood deal at those odd, Mr Nolin is i jo ly fellow of fifty years of age v ith a red -nd white striped linen shirt and stand ng and a huge diamond cluster in his1 scarf He seems to en- joy having downed Lonllird and tho othei big dogs more than winning the OFF 1 OK BOMB. The Ausrosta Knishts of Pythias leave for tbe Contest nt Rome AUGUSTA, Ga May 18 Uniform Rank Knights of PA thias left touighc for Borne via Atlanta They take tlurty men. under Captain Antone Renkl and a drilled, squad of sixteen men to contest foi Iho S20O prize for the best drilled company Tlie Augusta men ha' o been drilling for somo weeks past, and are confident of victory A. number of the Iqnghts are also members of tlie local military, and well drilled men Ciptairi Kent! has won tho plume and medals for tfte> best drilled member of the Clinch Kitles for years past, and is one of the best volunteer soleuers m Georg-a Unless he brings bacfc the 5200 to Augusta he will be badly disap. pomted ______ tears to tne Pen. SIDTBVII.T.E Ga May 18 among the lawyers and witnesses ol IXK county superior cauie tied Toi eT burnei his ind -revenge, tramea mu outhouses, was found guilty of arson Sd sentenced to twelve jears in tho peniten- an< tjary would not be at the head Of that college after this term Upon investigation it was found, however, that she has signed with the trustees There An Ofcjector. Ga May IS a lease for five years andwill remain as pnn- An effort was made to get our merchants to cipal The school 13 man excellent coneUtion. 1 dose up during the summer months at b 1 o'clocfcvas hasTreen their custom for three years past Our people like the move very Such, but one prominent merchant At 2, TjOUisville 5 Base 7, Louisville 7 6 Rohinsou, Meakm and JSyan Eaee- ter 3, -Colnmons 1 DIcKeongh, and Beat h of Mrs. Hflley- Ga., May 18 3te H31Jey, wto cit AtSJracBseSstara ll.St. Ebuis 9 1 oted Jnoay monung Hearlccmnty te Ey to NAJ., Ga May 18 Mi -3. Bait PWNAJ., E Dozier.k Atlanta represenuns the Bait Telephone company, has been here this weet establishment of a local ex- will bo in operation by July 1st. -Dedicatory Services. -CSpccial f- liberality of her atia.us, and es- 5 I- interment.   

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