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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. "ATT.ANTA, GA.. MAT. 20, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IHF WEIGHT of Dt.310lli.tTK, FACTS. R.WILSON n.oubl.euu "Conault" of FBlseliootl as Kecord of Saturday rov "vlav I'l of perforuiod the t moat beautifully 111 the house to- Hbhndonlj one hole through ivhleh to os- >M and lie nt thnm-h it in haste Umostii bell the Pi tsburg boss blower Jame nrdaj rn The ti rl vrar ot w believe il pu-ll l" Dbll, 1 viovv ho 11 d Mr Ml id her tniispvrencies was in the set bun craw I sb out of the embai- )s.ln i inti wh th bib ovei confidence ani bill s) integr drew him on bat- THh I vtlfcrlfs it set ins tf the no Bvnum v c t i i _ hvl led evtij one to ti j iu iied batt'e bo w eeii i bt i "Uht when Mr YV isoii tl i il.m The i 1 i st cverv member wis li V, n irose The West r 11 in 1 shcl In f 1 b t iiini itelv 1 vv isii ,t n t i i un fum 1 t nsvlv 1 i Un t il e contiovoisj r Hi it! eirsi 1 tin in t ISvuuin In 1 hid with C imp si r vis CPOVV 1 ok n 1 tl ,11 llCllltV kl W if lit 11 s ind ins i tin itibli ill 'i tf eiov etl Ml 1. iv lit In, i Ip II reti li tu 1 i gv luinib o es theio w is iiotliin Ison to sa> and he so 11 il ere wis leiue Howevi t vet noli d and M mnoh tune that it wis twentj mi nntes to 4 o clock f.rellr Sherman Kemroler i counsel could lie lei.gnlzed As it was obviousl> iiuposaible to of tho ease before o t 'ock, whieh is Uie ulur hour of tl ulv adjourmuent the court nnounced thatit would tomorrow 11 d hear e case notwithstanding Its previously inoi need determination to adiourn for the term ill} Keumi er's case will aecordlngb come up or argument at noon tomorrow THE PETITION te Senators Neighbors Protest Against tlie OTiKJule} BUI. Way 1't presenting a re nonsn mee against the JIcKmle-i bill, Mr ivv es sud that it came frc.m constituents and of his, v, ho were jobbers ami re- !ers of domestn aud fo-o gn drj goods The THE KEW BISHOPS ELECTED J1Y TJFIE METHODIST 6XUT-- I.KA.I, COXfEKESCE. DR HAYGOOD AND DR. 5 Dr. Hnyjjood tbe S-arj-est Majority Cafrtv- For a Sketches of Them. Then h, it Mr I di r e I to vv h i tlie 1 t tune i was ci n Lnlei I'te i c more for MI noiinced 1] el Air Bvimi 1 is Jii, ,c till u s under the Chirac of bar anil i 1 cij er 1111 I 1 TISF 01 THK vent into committ e l u ev eiior of Ob o, tbe taiirt bill, aflei 111 a li ir i in .me on i tin tint tin} Ml Vt i s 11, of "VV eat 11 011 v qnestitii of ce tl t V Cl isodu rl d him ton ikeltl or uglj i-e 'iud ill t vs-sioi He stltcnlilt chvniiiii of lie coiimnleo liil ul i cerli.m icltci til tie !-i mid t w' ei i lintel in th he sai 1 was a printed juper, having [i tomnion i iigm with many others which lio ulrtcoiveil hat tint origin was he did o- knov but it nipeireil to him tint hia con atitt euts vteie u i 'e the voice of the si ne ciulril mi icmo that spoke through them I he i business vv is just as respect ib o as that tin pi i n eci and consuuici but tho pro- i er i 1 consumers were much the larger iss in this i oiintrj Mr If i e from tho committee on appro- II itiiiis re, irted luck the lunual iiaMl ap- i niijtion bll The senate committee has i Un 1 H net to tho bill as it pa set! the ho e making i totivlt f KiJcrOlSli The s Ivei bill wis liken up it 12 W anl "Mi Utxlph iddres.-ed the scmtc He state! lint be s i lit in itcoid vvllh some of his oloi ne H .m the west He tl mjcht tb it n Hi nt tin! bimetil 1 sin vv is tie inble Inlcn uonil binietillism VMS the oiilj ll n I'l it ui Mid justlfj fue silvil 10111140 H vi is n i o siblc for the I intt 1 st ites ilcme u i itn 1 tu i Utivt value of U o I in I silver Hint vv is n) nut die I f i t n I mtod StUes to stand upon m l t n m met f s [v i Mi Iclki 111 replv to Mi i) Iph lepeitetl i ibluee poitiousof Ins flee co u until of Oregon wished it d stinctly t t 1 tb it I t mined in toto friiu the si n n si f his tolleigue an 1 cillt I atten t nt the repiil.1 ca i and ST loins. May session of the Methodist Episcopal church today was de- voted to the e'ection ot two bishops After some preliminary business, Bish, Granberrv, presiding officer, called the special ordei and requested the delegates to enter j upon tbe election prayerfully and with a due sense of tlie importance of the occasion. Itogon, of Baltimore, prayed that all unholy ambitions would be forgotten, that there our ministers, elders, members and entire constituenc} to do al! they can legitimatelj to pro- tect our people from, and to circumscribe and limit the ravages of, and to destroj .this spreading Deferred to the committee on bills and overtures _ 1 "Under the lieadof unfinished business, tno g "sett ftnvthe next meeting came up, onaBev, A Lapsley took the floor in fajor ot Bironngliasn Tie reverend gentleman favored that town because it needed a meeting of religious men It -n as the worst town of its wye be? knew of Standing on the door-step of (he First Presbyterian church, one could see fifty saloons and as many rambling nouses, bat the speaSel also favored Birmingham be- cause it was the central citj of the new south K A the meeting a Rev "W II Fleming, of Virginia, favored holding tine at Charleston, West Virginia THE ELECTION LAW WIIiI- BE COSSZIfEKEJt IfEXT 3ION- tins, in Ore, cd mie nuvoc illv ft bill fice Wl en il o hi use of tho vvl e (Mr m II t tl r) tu t'1 d i n a i 1 i1 to i o I i unist pr iv 11 lei gum t .k Hit 1 ier He t lit tl e i e of tin t Sui of Sa nr liv dulil l i'e tl Ullttl r'li'n'ht to be beiul u his ov n defense ai I islbitv is inloubttdlv iccueet tletiv 1 votild tn.Hivirto, vc M un hi l rv n tlevvh.loti isntioii Ilethen picseuted tbo Hut hit I I 11 I 1 Jt t UO re entU i i IH u nntico tint ho nou'd ill Iross Un-sen itt on the silver bill m xt On motion i f Mr Wilson of U w as or leu il that tin, senate bill subjictmg im i d li in ri to tl i i ions of the 1 ni s of tli scMitlsHUsslnl! b. til en 11 i tomorrow, itm i mine i i rning bus n s Vftii a bi et executive session tlie senate adjoumcd_______ MIS IS tiu.cs, ___-__________ E, and Dr 15av is beeontitTd the nomination of Loms- ille in in eloquent address! Elder "W M Cot favored Birminghara The fli-st roll-call resulted in 137 hemg e rs ro-ca c-vst Of these, Birmingham received 64, In A LtTflH I KOM ISpplv 1o an Iiivlln I nit ot tl> to Attend the Statue ts to 1 f ro utlei tlic ib 1 13S ll I is sti omei t th it soil b ul s i 1 tl it l ts ftr worKit J men E ite 111 nt the reiti 11 1 in d i it md ti e a ith 01 ll e il "1 iv i ot l i nil Ki HVI >M> v Miy 1 i 1 xtensivo pre 11 ni us t .1 tiiiuc to lie made to lecoivetho in 1 tin i 1 vrtei ins vvlu will itteii 1 t ie nil veiliii- cut n runes of tlie Ice st iti o on the Ihinst'it A 110114 till li-.tinguii.iiod Ouosf vvhjha o iiexlj sgintel then iiittnitiou of 1 in- sell lie CiClicl 1 Oaljiiev IT 'viiinv Ii ie 1 i s ieet Vmitoi John S em i xl,  nel h irlcs h I t (.eneril V 1 1 oii_, Joseph K 'l i ion ind B 1 Johnston The ,-ov uniiu 1 iv leceived tin! follow inj, letter fiom Te i on DIMS ll H si M-iv 1C 1MO n, 1 t did 1 1 i 1 in 1 tl e 11 i t n_ i 11 (Mi No II' I lid IP t tl is 111 I tike] ifler tin h Me ,111111 V 1 risl 1 e "VI illume nt tl 1 e 11 the I r t n 1 i 1 mv t iti ol tin, -atue 1! s nine is the iroud .f them pel pie intl ill while i illillj en tlv fit lied Iv the knowled e th l 1 i i UT It is I t tn rtireil t) tc I i i I v U r in the 1 loved itv tint i i ill il v d Iciilid soirow and pin-nil wi i lev nt mv ItniR w th v i 1 t tut nil IWS t mi iv MI v i i v iivvill 11 Jil m I t II nth. n pt.jle hivt I ed foivvii I v ill s i h i lesitct not. liluvei- t .uibliit 1 llv Mils Ji i i ii s 1 lit o 1 U i U m 1 .1 v H 1 I all to litl i IHt n, h me mv Sincere thanks i be i le-ent -t Un nn >p IXayirood would be no strife and that tjje choice of bish ops wou'd be made for the gnod of the church Hie following laHeis vveie appointed B M Powers A C Miller, north Alabama R B boiith, houth Carolina, B W Peatrose, irginia P T Dixon, North Carolina, and 3 O tiineli, south Georg a Theie vvoie 110 regular or formal nomina- tions, but each delegate voted for -whom he pleased FI Ff TION 01- DK HAYOOOD 1 he first ballot was announced as follows A C, 171 O P Fitzgerald, David Morgan 32 II t Morns-oil 2') P A Peterson, _b U M btedd, Si B M Messit k '0, "W A Cnntllei, 17. E E Hass, Ib, ail'l F Bnnds, l-> Scittrnng votes were also cast for about tvv entv othci persons Ihe tmiotuicen ent of the vote was icceivod with hanpi inplause The bccoml ballot was as follows f) P 1 it? -ei ild 01 Dav id Morgan, 4ff Ii M btctll I. II t Morrison, P A Peter- son 11, T L Hass, 1 i 1! M Messick 14 W r Huns b W A C uidlor 7 Tbeie w eio also quite a number of scattonnj otes cxst C.SC VU FT EC TED As it iHuuicd 1 !7 v otes to elect, a thud bal- lot vv is t vken gave Fitzgerald 1 n otes, till not enough to-elect, and a fourth was as follows Oscir P Fitzgerald 130, K M Site Id, Dlv id Morgin i Harris u H C Moirison 1 C t, Andiews, 1 SKRTfHES Ob 1HK IvFVV i ni tl e suei cs-sful candi lates tho f llowiiig brief stitemeiit is furnisl od In a IDiiiinent member of the conference It will be remembc re 1 that Di Haygood was eleeted t.thncthce n !Sb-> but declint il because ho could not then lay down the education il work c-vs Cliarlestou 33, Little Bock J9 and Lomsville 17 The "second cill resulted Charleston 4-, Little IIocU U, Birmmjliain 72 No choice On tie third vote Birmingham received SO, Little Eock 71 Bir ninglmin was then an- nounced as the noit place of meeting Bov "VV H a resolution tint the molerator appoint a committee ot tl.iee dutj it should be to aid the cen- sus authorities in getting statistical facts per fining to the church Bov J n Thomas opposed its adoption, as did Dr Wilson Kov Ur White made a short speech in support of it Dr D O isked toarieiid read tint _ the stated cleik of the different presbyteries si were requested to furnish such mformatiou as tliej saw bt-to the authorities Kev Dr White did not include Dr tes idea entirely and the whole matter was refei- red to the committee on bills and oveitnros Eev D D Mathews, D D representing the "Uance, explained how the extend its mission He said deep 111- au-Presbytor i a nal 1 church aiv work in foie gn lands torest TV as taken bj business men .broad in all missionary work, especially at this time in the Congo region OJ.Y NIGUT. REED WttL WHIP IN HIS PUPPETS, _____ _ SjU to tUe Decent the Sootfc Order Tbat TKpsrOi Supremacy May JKelgn. Slay 10 The consideration aafl selection   will then consider the matter in caucus, and will positively decide upon the measure They will paw. The postponement from tonight is due to the supreme efforts now being exerted by the republican leaders to keep men ui line on the McKmley tariff bill, although there are a dozen republicans m the house who are opposed to the passage of a iiationil election law in any shape THEY WILL 1JE V, HIPPED IN Tom Heed and Cabot Lodge will crack the Part> whip them neit Monday night, and they will be thrown m aS perfect Ime as a company of United States regulars The chances are that they 111 accept the Lodge bill without the Australian features, and will give to the clerk of the house the powera en him under the Ko-n ell measure In other words, there will be feder-xl marshals and federal troops, if a few republican ivallawags call for them, around the -polls in tlie southern states Thou there will be the Ro-well federal board of su- perxisors, or federal umpires, who can make a potest and prevent any member or members from taking seats until the house, by vote, de- cides whorls entitled to it ubt. iv -VOTIJ.G Under tho bill there will be no use m the southern people going to the polls at all The nated from the State university in 1880 and shortly thereafter was elected principal of Hearn institute, at Cave Spring. Gi which position he has filled continuously ever since, and with such conspicuous abihty as to give nim a state-wide THE FATUEK IN JAIL, Charged with a Crime of a Char- acter. FOST VALI.EI Ga 19 be- came current upon the streets by dark that Mr J Bf fanner sixtT two vearaolrf. living three miles from this place, had committed rape upon Ms seventeen year old daughter, Julia, labt and had been pmltv of the base crime ever since, whu-ii was only discovered by Mrs K in week igo She charged King with tue crime the idence -ulducert at tbe trial this aft-m MI showed that wlien Kins waa accused of it Itm wife lie threatened the of both his w (w and daughter if the> tlie f icts T i i went along this way a week -ind KIDR h ud Ins wife for him to go uff and git a ji in of concealment for their daughter RO the i 1 ur could be hid which errand he went on j -t r Uy morning to Macon Aa soon a.s he left, "Mr came uefore Justice Hranli im and out a -warrant tbariring lum with rjitc1 incest and The wamnt WT> j T f n the hands of Jlaihff and he i caich his game which he found in M" i i t morning and brought him down here fo- r i? King hid no -ud onH his daiuliK- J uha appeared against linn Her evidence was so strughtfnrwarrt in 1 f father s statement was so weak tliit he v v a mitted to 3 ul m default of S bail Opinion is still verj mm h t n guilt but Rome of the ts tra convinced since talking th  w how in the to pnne innocence as the status it-he air ur md hn ar- came on him so suddvn v and e-w Gi Miy la imt Ron- erallv ttiat about a. m )iith ARU an r lief woa quietly issued from the ma} or r. oih  al i it Ilia d tlifcin t n 1 hiAO heea inte n in the sjinc pn tw tho to l hustle id leave tlieir The ganillers into olwi e 1 the i--Ji re A witli no leia THB- SFOKTTTSG TVOULP K.-sult of Games 1'layod Tlie Ilacei. At Washington ram postponed bvcball At llrooklyiT roiedo-BrooMvn at Sjacu-o, Colum- i w OHI k i L U si j t b ll Wi 1 1 li t c n i li 1 i I 1 1 to i i Jill in o! 70I1 1 C s, Ol llOHS I t notb t 1 it He iu I ni I in 1 tl o TC ul I i l M i 11 te t u 1- v n he s l t n on t es 11 il t l n tl i e i i t n The tix ou jul 1 al oi d co-it the fanners t i 110" a one liall tl f r t c 11 o di fl c (it! t L> u 1 e J i t t o I ix II 1 c 1 ou rt i Jt 11 il 1 n th fir is Inch hiit tl ci 1 rt f 10 f r Milphu Mi ru ai_ tl 1s; i v t It M iswiok Mi Tlui r tuuc if inhisiei irks but it is 01 t rie must i u licil out tlie i i c 1 q> the. poll v ul Uio rv tobsib t I uiUn H) i H mfi.beea isetliev VLO o i sen (d Mme J -Ul b ihlum Uulerb "lio ad foium IL. i t' tod tU I II VI I is FIN HIE HOLS! Set nt r elect u is'e reappoire i 'n his cit on the llu ir ll h jii'at, tocLt> HP r nouhclii teniocrx'u nends 'e wt ilU notsieak i Li t lini-e on tho tuift tjne tion but wi u 1 Mt] 'K I lib pccch for 31 lc ctiup AH rcsi0i l t i i l c 1 is. till Ite -s t i t Kinlo li II 1 11 i b Con e i U L i h isU" the n ii 11 sed Trill jir j. fi T lus 101 iiUl i. ist tUe M( h '-e a il sci ite eft the d i-ftc1- in tl o house lie 11 "ii 1 1'ublM ruin and t 1 11 lo si! 1 ti bt the it t tl I u 1 stilt-, t, to the i i ing i in ntlat inntiit st I lie ittac niLiit is Z 0 "00 J 1 IP wen J "iei iff bn t tlio (let, n tl c tli s u Lei noon C h n U s II lunt  J utures i ened dearer eictuti6! bteuhK of tlit tli-v with cb iH nt It is the old noe (wlun pncts p> id Uwer than ihe Atre a the in r. i life A'TThc pn i crs ire mm 1 reu lift f- oj i 1 i ted Alf oner nil u killed Hill urderodD Itttu l.esolntions in tlie BIiininBb im >cxt Place of MeetmK. ASHKVII LF C Miy I'l third dav of the geneial nssemblj of the Presbyterian church opened at o elock this morning with praver bj Kev K A Lapsley, Moderator Park, presiding Dr Wilson read several ov ertures, among them i petition from tbe anti lottei} leigue of Louisiana Kelerred The object of the league is res stance to the grmtiiig of a new charter to Jlie lottery coni- THE NOKTUfcKN Work belioolsand Clmreliea N A Mij the ter an cenorjil tod ij, fiacniil MV, lead from the Lenciil i- omhlj of the southom Preslnteri-m rhurt h in session it Hie C rlio of missions lot the freeJmcu made its twenty hfth annual rej ort through I o% ED Morris, D D ot Cincinnati who siiil that ago had no chunli school edaratod colored piciclier, or teacher while todiv finds us with 243 churches, be-v ontj o schools 111 tiroaclicis and colored teidioiS ind not thin. r> 000 freedinan aro now JCIMH? us cood in luences Hie chuithes aie incluucd tho Atlantic with six and Ca foui prebbjttries Receipts of the board dm nff tue wcro ---17b 3Jo mist 1 ist of '-ll.hi 4 Ihe fiee-nen themselves to the support theiL s and si hools and tor scholaislnps 111 Scotia mil Marj Allen seminaries 5-10 JO'l The M7 T45 tlie> [11 stholiiships lie not 111 cliuhdm the tot-it leceipts tho boai 1 INHIO new churches hivo been In the Ciiolin is tl e cnngrition negroes to the west h is d  of oiu churches In Geoisrn tl o colored is rapid and is abcmt 000 and in no state es-cept pubap1- Texas, iie negrces get tintj pr peiii so fast In ill t PI bcmin-xnes ind icadennes ti al i nnig is i, i r mnneiit jilaee At Bran IL 1 institute nciily orj building nocdicl im hiding a IURC, t'iret storv dormi- f i tlirco or four >e irs has bi input up b> P stuliii s thib it Lull o N C ind Axken S August i Gotten Tlant anl Pine BluiT Aik andMii} Alien semi iiirj indiiilndim teinloi> During the ir we h u r hid missionines, Io2 of them colored, twenty siv more than 3 cir other church is square fre color line, not even the   afteiuocfli Melon were biouii and it is probable that they will shetf the joung fruit The oat crop wi-. iboiU ready to be esWl sonio had alre uly been cut, ind the run and was ere enough to prostrate the b mtlcs The standing has been dimmed ben g beaten do M Betncen the prolrngcl dry spell mi tl o u tuneh killing cold the eats had a 1 u I tune of it this sc is HJ iud this, last straw Iiaj biokon the camel back _____ Dupes for I. tali lltMi-sriiAM Ala Mav 1 ni on Trim lul' loiite to 1 tUi pas l_ tin u in choj Mil he t JI) (omerts fi AI o it tlnrtv more 11 Uaie (.ailron louiitj ior C Uh m a ABovr Tin: CAP1JOL co to the mis r.ouih.Mlle Eares To, IM i, ic Ma, fifth di5 Of I illc spring meet was a repetition of (laj a tonfefwit do oor of rum making the twk a sea of mud and tho time poor 1 .retrace in le and mis NPW t will iScmu" 5C-cund 1'ell Mell tlnrd lime 1 raee five fm Katuna woi On .nlitnni third talc U npt I al ]J orjK! MAS l I ir t iirr mant sri on third Time 1 Ki ooklj n >j j i f r rice i ellc nt cnmliti m and oiciinlc-ller HiJiiw-sB won 1 tclliHiPUmrnthi-t Time 1 --i" milc-Strid-aw.-v won Mid Bt ne bccond King r ib hir.l fii ie 1 Hurl T.MC. five ham second i ran e-I third Imiel 1 ourth ra< e tu f ni cMj -e second r ord Hirrj tliirrt fiint. 1 0- I Hth race nc mile-tlueiwl second I inch thirl Time H' Sixth race lur d ,d third lime 1 t5' Two appointments of imp rgc are to mule t 13ie p is'-cd a 1 iw rev office of 11 I m km, a tion for the d< parti Tlirc ithcer be aj i omtcd the act one two 16 ant ge v' tf Tl e u Mat J "W Spen pr !i is ili il% be i ni i d tlie governor I C em r m mm tat 11 with the rj h ni i M <-cf t A ol tin-, u tf ling t been tue neml era of The I comu of a ri s< hool commi'Siunf r V troller cfMH-nl in 1 t i. I n.lcr the !iu II tlirjr q l effc 11 on the 1 t of l 11 d me a i i i of the en ire sut II i In tt irn f i Tht lir t ,tn! an 1 c  tlie ef itt l 111 i not his inolhcr jut tf n the pra tical th r I or t! ipr ui IT st t t on Ilir f rnp t i i I n C lat 2Jlussell jiim >tii'i jn Tir ner seeoi LIQUOK I> A Kenunler s Case to Come ITp "WACHIN i N Mav la was expected tllPt tho case ol Keninilcr the mi rderer under of death 111 Auburn pnhon, "koik, bj means of clectricitv would eonic up in the United States supreme eourt todaj and there was i large at tendance m the court room, both of lav men aaid lawvors rhe court had sixty-nve cases readj for decision however, the largest number ever dc- u BJ th to weep and p" iv Cotton Ooods Atlvmcing Coi May U -In c >n-equence of the ereat advincc m cotton the Columbus mi'l todaj advanced fio price of twentv five inch plaids to five and a quarter cents, twenty seven inch plaids five and three-quarter cents The mill olhcers fth-itthto advance isneceasirj order to keep he mill going, as they cannot mate goods at s jsss iany inil to burprcss tho oalo of tickets in the, st itos An expression greeting was read from the retoriuod cliurcli of Anienca It was signed bj WilJiim W Knov n id was referred to the torumuteo on cori-espoiitlcnce Di illiam A Alexander introawcoa the follow nig concerunig the Lou'siana State lot- "s we ze it to be the solemn duty ot liody not nnlj to bear wit ol the lunC-iniental truth when ass -i etl but ti ttrt U a fl and corrupting evils ininr ou.lj ctms the thnixh therefore, be it 6 -.oAtd rhat thw Keneral most em libatiully condemns fin I ouisiana State Lottery conn inrt warns members of oxir churches thrmignont the hind against all complicity with it for themn-lves or others, be- it to contain all the worst features of iSfing, wluch is a sm, rendered U3 unblushing pnblicity tt piesenc entrencJHlble-jn The Council V. itn tlie Couutj Comui Mil LFDr.rvi. it Oa Mav 19 ]-At a ting ot the citj coimc I thes m. rung that ____ nn in thR line of u III t tl t t 1C I IS l Item] i v r l 1 i 1 I In It t U nt t I u n ae I Vilau th morn i n tlie rji it A >f tht t ,_ 1 Ill 11 1 -1 IH an CM rt n i n ro jn At tln if the  Uiewmplm t the railroad 1 pSSnt'of "n tr-ul, railroad f..r In I Conngton aud Ma, m vril I c b eoirii imp rt rj M >nj -v 1 1 _H- Is U n t ,ln Jl d l 1 1 all I th n The "overnor r  for tfi' arrest I Tl-e reward tr of Mav rn okin an offers t. TP-V 1 harl in urges that" (be recommendafctonsoi: and Adolph Brandt divisions, nf At-lantaTarrived tonjrrbt m the rain Divisions from JlSon.BnSswict and other George cities Lave also arrived, and will come m tbe morning from Chattanooga and Gadsden f A Word tor Professor TVfcatley. NawsjUi Ga May 19 meeting of the state geological board, m At- lanta, for tlie purpose ot electing two anta to the state geologist, interest here, fcom the fact that Professor E T.VTliatley.oneolCoweta'a most promising fjye aosia.iuA a 7 f DeLacev, oi iasSan'.ald Mr5 of Eastman.- motioa for a new 1-i LWSFAFLRI WSPAPtRI   

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