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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               f- ff f r j "5-1 VIEWS ATLANTA, QA., TUESDAY HORSING, JULY 1, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FIELD a of the GoorRia. But Georgia taj on the political situatu ISof t Junc o I had a on tlie political situation todaj oj tho gubernatorial race, he Korthen He ometime and for a ind tlie committals to ai-e 11 imoioug Colonel trrecostm7pcl ami esteemed as a tj_alent Ho nib friends in ery Utato but ho enters tlie iss e No objection is mule ttai rth and character of Mr tl comuutt l s lusjfavor are not wii ahese ge itleint-ii wponajomtcamass and o I -i. lict a pc situ e result on ind evcitement" le-ruin inj brief MSI t Jure t U1 Solltl> Carolina EXPLOSION AT OIT, WORKS. Two Persons Killed and Thirty Others Injured touisvuLi: June an explosion nt tlie Standard refiners tire this morning thirty five persona were wounded So far as known nobodj w as killed outright tho tire or t53cplQ3iQttb, but four persons wero so badi> burned tliej "will uu doubtedlj die One was a, -wo kmau who -was caught b> the rush of flames and the other three were little boys of twelve and fourteen. were along the ra Itoad track anil were sur rounded b> -naves ot tlio flaming gab through which they ran sonio distance wltli their clothes burning Iho lire was caused by the escape of gas front a tank car which was opened- for the purpose emptying it The wet weather had generated a hem prt hsure of gas bich escaped w hen the man hole cover unscrewed and it spread through the neighborhood until sonic of it reached the ork shop in which there w as fire oi-j thing combustible in th6 Stoinluid was. s buildings ean. m-1 uil The loss is estim vted at 00) 1 Me Don ild amrDaniel O "Sell two of tlio caught in t e stand ird Oil flre del tonight MeDona'd I pr >l iblv n The others bin ne 1 arc better and will all krubabK iteover the 1 ninth lebS th u; it m catmint I I abh n t bein no persons in all wero bj the flames THE 1STORTH AROUSED XAXQVXTJCES OF THE VIGOROUS WORDS ABOUT IT. A Republican Member Puts Reed Into, Fury by a Proposed Amendment Malting tlie Election General. TIRE. lu an Aln rfoukftmk M uul 11 ope and pray that fit yaiaynot'ja Ibo people of Georgia arc i enthuw n their iiataro but 1 wise Shoaglitful hnd headed B-Thwy fcrinrt w the I hori ied bv momeii terr rassion or u to extremes find excesses Tliej will not HOW, S IJ tfco fnt" bo tempted into oar w ll ihreitou. tlie harmony sadrtoccciswtlie luiucixt c part} Oul> one m utUianto reached inj eirs i ze ilot baid that he wanted money, aud he w aa for anjbodv or my neinai money This "exceptional c ise The sentiment ul ba ed by the people j tmderstard woU the functi >ns of etameat The-i hive been educated m the noticaud deim critic idci that stip- e "ovem ent that go-i ernments do not B people th" t it is not the end of ___iiiient to make people rich, but to s jrotect them ffi making thorascHes rich loudo uot fear, then, any schism in tho If iDcratic partv Ibero some ixjeaainess on the subject o uot con emplate It is not forgot ie dcm cratic party relievpd us> in f reumatr ictunof (loads treacherousscala, wags and pues who upoi our substance "Wo aie now med with tho same calamity "While reii a. iis unbroken, I will not fafoqusU ihe not c that tho efforts to humil iste, o ani7o tho smith will be defeated flndtliat will bo conducted to a oof resu. t to1- us This is knot a time when iSheaemoera's can i are any of its uattuil piti f tin. tho south who Jwmo p ace me1 '.ecurii.j should stand by it VI Cl POSTOFFICE ft-Sfiii f el r fjou Augusta this to 1 old up Denning's Jieflnaauon IB stmaster until charges can be I ittr m the do.j K B "flight a Colored IXT ubhcan from A.ngi sti who made 933? si t u fir the oiheo put in his appear ante fit'some damaging charges fcgainb D 1 as secuied aid  t er tl nght claims Denning s pineal lia1 tion is -m h that ho wi 1 be to attei I U tl e dut es of the othce Senator ol A U will to defeat JDaaning s coi tit n a tion I nstinai Cmrkson is ilso eipectod to op jpose e confirmation when he returns from as lie stated before he left that if ho Could help it Demi g should be up jouitpd The ai i ointment was made by nabaaidker it 1 icK. earnest request with Oat C arl s knowleleje and as the latter Vac ed "Major Boice retained it is probab o iflinL ra c a how 1 upon his return POST l CEOC.CIA Mr Ciiidler todav had a now postal route .be i in Jackson county making a cir the lie il o lin' aix new post- "j eital hshed in tlie county C mdlor today ed notice that ill ims of 1 ite cpunty hid "gassed the examination and was to I'omt iinlttarj academy Onlv one QWSQSL bes des h iiibclf passed the BJab nsu cessfnllj I KJKGIV S CLAIMS Kr Ciemontb heard bj the appropria.- feoas commit ten this morinng favoring an a] of >.j 000 11 the deficiency bill for oi being the amount dne the inder tne recert dccisiomn claim case JL! e amount wi1! beallowed An maue in IbS for this pur pOAbut Georgia the money it "teuig lace 1 to hei credit 111 the direct tit ic   I! OMFN 511 ST CO eed his issued an order that all around the caiitol coindoib sale oE any trinkets eatables or ai 3 diog9 so bUa'l be rcmo cd tomorrow Ihe who koeT> sta Is are coiibo fiatij much worried and are iiising i howl they will to go Jb "W B A itiou bintva Tan n Ala June "0 I" 15 p in to daj the calamity that luia tiken lro> eiiut- ui on the A fire brjke out in Ebe bide junk hoii'-e a small w ooden 1 ulkl ing on the west suit of the square Tlie that brick I uildin_ to catch wis tho Messenger b ilkl ing on tbc w est -ntle >f tlie "VV" T ness saluoii JolK s tin Jickion s hide house and f W J Hendtrsoua sale btables Cioaaiup J >nes street the PI lendid little opera and the entire block upon which it w as situated was a of flames The Triy Iron w and s tV Hendersons at iblea al o on this block were The ent-iie bouth side of the Hock on the side of the square tieked up like tinder t> tlio an0rj names On the s-nitli bido of I >ve stioct I G Chaf flng s warehouse residence and giocery stoio wtre J ngulCed in the geiieial ruin On tie east si le Oakbtieet Torij s gun shop one or two small w jodr-n buildings wero turned It was mijiossil lo to tell what w is the 1 111 d 1 Iirss and cents rifeht now- tut v riu n d liml oi were blown down ai d an o sional tree uprtoud Theliot air wa-5 roole I oil delightfully and the citywas thoroughlj by the aiurm Millions of irirecrackers "Nrw luiie i> f.reat i iril wlncli ha .ui from lloiif, a. ciie.0 i 40i) 10 lunches of brccrackeiT She w aa s on THE SPOJKTING WORLD Result of llaseTml! Oan WASHIAGTON, June 30 house as today aflame with the force bill Indeed the entire north and east seem denly to be aroused to the enormity oi tho measure the reckless lepubhcanloadera, now in tho saddle, propose to force upon tlie people of the south Many of the democratic papub in the cabt this morning publish dsublo leaded leade -3 calltng upon tho people of the noi tit of party, to rise up 111 mass meetings and protest against the passage gigaulac coubpiraey, tho election system m %ogue since inception of gOT- ei-nmcnt, ivliich calls into being a home of officers, creates a g coniSption: iund an 1 a partisan machine throttrtU which agency the dominant irty can defeat and debauch tho of the petple The merchants at tlse north, and the capital- ists ho li-w e estments in the south, are sending in petitions by the scoie protesting against the bill THE TvFW 1ORK TALKS The Isevv Sun comes out leads, calling for i mass meeting of both par- ties tomorrow mgiit to protest against tho 1 of a mcahuio which substitute" "for the free action of the people of this empire state the tules of federal oihcers irresnoi ble so far as state authority concerned, and apnomted for life It opens, the door ery householder to the domiciliary visits of a fed- enl police It summons to the polls of 3s York the drums ind muskets of tl e federal armj It amomifcs to a olutioii m oui form of goveinnient w ipes out home rule and tc xr-i away the ta saftgnai It) our free institutions Tlicro is no 111 saMng this In. a hundred 5 ears ol Ic., blitum there has been no more direct r dangerous menace to tho life of the iO] ubhc winch the i xtnots founded Ic is the si v low of the man on horseback Against measure of usurpation and nn men the pic test c should bo 1111 tpL ai 1 Olhei iiorLhein apors hid editoilils f a smiil xi cliiracter and the effect   iped its this afternoon LTHLUVrilS II id notice 1 forriblj axiphc 1 his gigs in tl o i H K oi time ho- ind his j natos wuult I e 1 ceu j 1 vced in i position commonly between the and the deep sea 1 en the general Itbatc closed and nents wero in oidei J ehlbach the "Now J rsoif rcpul 1 can who ma-le s ich i att id on the bill last Tn trsd-w offered "iiieudivuit that the i irt H of. the 1 11 dmg ?oi it4- ipi 1 c iti m upu eui u it i i TO THE WATEK'S EDGE Tlie of tho Steamei St. Nlcholaa Off Savamiali. Ga Juno 30 well known steamer bt Nicholas was burned this morning at her wliarf, between Lineolii and Hab- ersliain streets Everything above her mala deck is burned-ex.- "Yesterday the steamer carried a colored excur- Jiou party to Bluff ton, and slie returned about 9 30 o'clock The nreu out. and the bdat was eft witb a w ateHroan At 4 35 o'clock tins morn- Ing he discovered that liis boat was on fire and he ;urned ill an alarm llie wvtclimaii on the Au tusta steamers' wuari saw the flames at the "saiue nine and before they Jiad broken out of tlie sa? oon Engines from the ftre department ran aud in annour and a uulf had the lire out ana the steamer s lio.d full of wntei Jo keep her from inking a was bet to w >rJk pumping her out Captain Usma sa> s that he lias no tliecuy of the origin, of the nie, exe9j t the engineer B which seems plausible The engineer thiuks that a spark got m the u oodwork over the engine room and 'moldercd tlicre the hre was discovered it .vis almost In the lirht wood work the flumes spread rapicllj and burned iierceiy Then1 no freight on board Captain Usina and all of the crew had personal erects on the ateainer but nothing was. saved All of her papers w  swift for a river boat, and was a pleasant extmeion steamei A jear affosheran into the TvU-e railroad bridge over St Augustine eraek, smafahed some of her forwaid woouworlc 1 pur deaths resulted from tlie collision and many passengers wero iniured In consequence iirty claims foi damages against the steamer were made and are still pendnie, All of these rlanns amounting m the total to over 510000, were in eluded m one suit An appraisement of the steamer was uiado by the captains nnd iier value after the damaftc by the collision was repaired was at S8 000 Bond for that amoflut was given and a marine nak was placed 011 the steamer to protect the bondsmen The suits are not affected bj the nra THE CKNSUS Ol MACOX. Including tlie Immediate Suburbs Slie "Will v Have About JtAOO> Cra June doubt- less has the largest suburban population ot any city in the state people who reside just outside the city j et do their daily work inside the corporate limits There are thou sands of mechanics and maiiv professional ami-commercial people who thus Ine If Macon s limits weie extended one railb In direction as they Miould be she w nnld t ike in neariv twentj thousand pertple 31ut the people wliO reside out si ie the limits l ject 11 and etrenuously light in coiporiti n to Ma  reported tbey giie population ol about Klator A It. Sh >clep who followed nmnediatelj behind the euunieratois with his directory coin- pileis j l ice--tl e population at which is nearer tht correct figure for it is a recogmzetl and well estiblished la t tint the work of the eim moiators was dt tiei ut Twenty two th ntband souls Is the popula tion of Macon In Mac H- joiuliti u wa- 13 OW) She has gfjwn l 000 m ten jears an Tver ace of 900 per >car I VI he population Macon with her suburban residents is mated Maiot ShoelPS at 000 Maoon is growing IH and she certainly h, a gieat and pr future before her i HI. ICK'S-AMINE BEDMOND'S' CEIME. THE GREA.T THE STORY OF HIS PRISON LIFE [e Renews His Criminal Career a Mur- derous Assault on a. Citizen TYal- People Greatly Excited EFV. An Pitts! r 1 itfi IlitolT err is New ik 1 4 I Baktr and 1 11 cuii clcli and M t lao o 1 errors 4 inita and crd A Distillery Burned, tt Jnne Tho immense plant fto Alien 3Sradlev compaiij at l and Thorn streets was burned entaumga loss of not less than erc is full insurance The distillery i. e iy owned ly the Newcomb Bucnanan iv Ihe Allen company is headed ll Alien of New ork, and W E I rad u-ktort They two other distiller attar place 15y hard work the fire was the bou le warehouse saati Ohio. O J' ne 30 terrific wnth J ghtmng nnd ram i P venire- persons were it dbVii ntiimg andthokilled were i enteeB and Willie "W ise aged rhr'e other H embers of the i jured but will recover Andrew Miss reported to have cmle riding along the road out four country flection Managers Convicted. N J June 3J J Taion t Thoiu Durancy and James nbcrs of the election board in the first firstdistnct who have been ontnal for a a an indictment chariringthemwitli crook at tho election hist November, were con- ici. today -TJie jury wa3 out just one hour Hie derendanta will ho sentenced next Monday Jfostofflco Biirslars Arrested Oa. Tnne 30 FSnecial At Brotherhoo 1] Pitttbliru 11 hits 1" err r t J5 ton base s en >ri 4 J i 1 ul Ib Daly an 1 At Buffalo- [Trot] erhooi.1 ilTalo 2 h in en n 1 li >okl ri 4 bi i li f. 1 errors and Mack s nclpr At mcmn i b hits U error 15 1 lookljn 13 lisilip.ll en i 4 an I Baklu in lirrj ai U At 9 base lnt" 16, 1 4 base lilts 4 errors Ha F'l er and 1 11 At( evLlind (RrotUrh >1 Clcitluil lilts 11 err 1' New 1 b 1 Ornbirand Crine O and Browni At Chicago- [Leag icipro errors J phiUd.li hia 4 bwe liif and At Climirr 1: hits 15 eri 3 hilitleli hia 4 1 hit errors M aud 1 arit 1 Sal" and Milliga.il blicpp'iliead June M 1 uu cou Duoti won JJiablo iec i d Wunh third Ti eondiace 1 uturit} course Iqnitywon bccon I 1 Intrnjuaiit third Tim 111 llnrd r ce (ne mile an 1 three MAteenthf Ti lare n secon I Time 0 f 1 inrtli rice ne mile Uefiultci won ianncr second Timt 1 WJ Fifthrai-e miln ind a nuirter won 7ehms sec jnd steirlo th rtl r me smhriVe nili u 1 Uulf on the t ft m woi I uke uixonl Jllion th r 1 lime 1 Seventh race mile aud a furlunK oil the turf Tattler won, Castiel oeicml M u-ihmut t thud Kaccs at Chlpasro Jnm. nee r. ie mile Irez von lick upseioi 1 RoiU thir i Imiel 4J feecond late furlonsi Hull Katie J second I. lenlnettc thirl lime 1 4 Ttirunie J TOlrej -non Chi nee second 'X illera third Time 0 O't Tourthrice one mile an 1 tin t quarters Hip Ormie second John Da.lv third J Fifth rice one mile Tin im -vioi sccon 1 imie 1 n't tb rd Time 1 421 j bix Ji nee. om n lie ivon I iglit to seven second third Time 1 4 Jeienth rice mi e ami i   utteied tu mteUo-v. or not at all tins is 1 it loiu 1 ctd tabot Lodge and tbc other pra. t c il icadeis. didu t want II e> w J] ted tbe b II ouly applied to tbe south itb tl is iimcmlmeTit thoy know the I ill w as doonic 1 N t hEtj lepubheans on the lloor v ml I si bmit to it m tl eir districts 1 oel himself c i M 11 t a IT nltohavo it in his dist] i t bcro it i alleged tho Canadian fcioadla-sto bii> his CAerytno this ncvei do aud JReed and j unj L 1 on it in a liiury JHI RlSt-i li-VCHTB Vb tho rej ul licans f uored it finished tbcir sj ceolics cues of went up from all tbc chamber but Reed saw his I arty w as He j ut 011 tho brikcs and refused to allow He winked at Lodge o jut up a. lieutenant to consume tune Ihen the little follow rushed aiound, coi utcd the noes and found tho house was for the amendn c it and so informed Feed who n lo h s es consume tlio balance of tno oiiii g in talK thus i a until t >ii oriow If the Lei 11 ach amendment passes tho bill is a dead issue, but ill prac irallj cciiain that I ced will kill it by s  aud TV addell, of irgmia w e it loop down. into uho mu 3 and slush "W addell is tho man who w as seated in tlie place of George "Wise of Pichm md He is a, i o feet tjj e of the most degi i ltd scalar w horn  nrern an I fr zi about t iis t dav and .ould 1m d iv letter but j la.} tie work iPli struck f r 1 igl ei in 1 the had t) take all the lire ut of his o in n-never the lein inds oi the workmen were Tinted an 1 the btukers. went 1 ack to w rk 1 rebentlj howei er they uia.de mothc r deman 1 ori more and again the hren eu iad to take tho fin. a out of tbe joiler" This si eoi cl den ind was agreed o and the strikers returned t worl and todaj n >t struck Ihoj ulentl> thought that the   ac i nesee in the dem md loi in irrascd w ig s I Toda> men almost fousrht for ice and t is well impLSsiMe t ir Jie lee iv ag nis to e the streets so great the crc wding of the clamor- anil sweltering pe >ple f rice The usual price or ice is half a cent per pound One gentleman tTeiv-d a ivc dollar I ill today for ouo humlred Bounds The aid of the police and a locomotive to 1 e imokedto prevent the people from breaknif, into a i ar and tal ing tlu ice ere it could be unloaded into the ice eompam s house Important Meeting BhvXLLE, S C June 30 The quiet, sleepy hamlet of "Walhalla, in this tate, -was thrown into afeverof intense excite- ment "by the mortal stabbing of James Smith, a rack-saw mill man, by Captain Lewis R Red- mond, the celebrated outlaw 3 osterday morn- S Walhalla is principally habitated by Ger mans and Frenchmen ind is the faeit of several governmental distllleues It is situated at ihe foot of the Blue Ridge mountains, and is .istoric as the battle ground in the war waged ten jears ago between the United States soldiers and a band outlaws under command of Captain Kecrmond ItFDMOVD S PBISOI. LIFE This Captain Redmond hat, 1 history which. :ias furnislied i lots for many romance riters and today he is a pictuiesque character "When tie was shot nigli unto death and his baud of putfan 3 killed and dispersed, he tried ind sentenced to thirty five jears impiisonment in Sing Sing Ho remained there some sears, and was wasting away fiom the effects of o-ld wounds and consumption, when through the effoits of Senators Hampton and Butlei he pardoned by President eland Since his return home he has engaged in distilling whisky, and selling his name to whisky dealers at the rate of five cents for each barrel on which his picture was posted He has led a quiet life, and is beloved by his ne Ohbora A braver man er lived, and ho is -asimlly quiet, hut when under the influence of whisky becomes wild THE BLOCVDr HAM) Saturday night Redmond got on a and was walking down the street with two women He stopped aside n moment when Smith came up and took the women away Bed followed them and without any warn- ing, stabbed Smith in the region of the heart Smith, did not defend himself Rumors say that Smith is dead Certain it is he Will die Redmond has been locked up. He says he 1 now fa nothing about the cutting as Ife was drunk, and did not mean to hurt Smith THI> SEr.S4.TIOV OF HIE DAT Tho prominence of both, parties, coupled j with Mr Redmon I s romantic coroei makes this iffair ihe sensation of tho day Redmond is said to hate killed at least mon most of whom were enue oracers aud bol diers ten years he was the terror of this section and he his a following men now w Iro ill see him thiough. Ins trouble 0 XHt. THCniASl ULLfc. "POSTOFFIC2S Tho TJmt INegrroes are Unfairly Tieated. Xlitre TKOM VSVILI.E, Ga June 30 Considerable comment is beinc: ntentioned in tlie pipers it, about Smith b leiusal to place a negro in l4i a oSict Ihe facts ire just this Some mouths ago Smi tii applied to Wishington for additional pay o employ clerical help 111 the omce and it his eqnest in inspector was sent down to invcsti, ate the business of the olhcc a.-, such ni-ves ation 111 Mr Snr itl opiu >n wou d bub tantmte ins cl urn tl it additi >nal ceded down, but seems not satisfied will the ncans of information obtainable fionl books ind piominent men of he city, hut attended i caucus of c loied re- ubhcons held in a negio saloon on Jackson tieot, in 1 that taking his rue from the disatis ,cd negroes assemble d there he reported igainst _ostmaster Smith anS chaiged him with re- iioing to pi ice a negro n lus ofhee It hat the unofficial mctlols emplojcl by In pert T C irnes roaehe 1 and J_e u turn is being in I idicx aic that he maj lose his position Interesting: Ortlxnation Service 3LuvC 'Eicniuff at the First Baptist CUurcb. There was aa and interesting service at the First Baptist church, last en ing It tras tlie ordination of Edloe Pendletoo Jones to the ministry of Christ p At all times imbued with solemn fervor, ti circumstances attendant upon the ordjnati of the young candidate last evening, gave t occasion unusual interest Eev J "William Jones, his father, wl o thirty years ago stood up to rece ve the sorna commission and blessing, spoke tho church H benediction upon the candidate consecrating him to the work of Chrtsuamtj Then Goiter Joiios the young man's bi other, for bome tune a preach of the wor 1 of Cod the ordination sermon When the ceremonies were opened last evening the church was filled wi h. meinbera and frier ds of Candida o gathered there to extend to him tho ing hand of Christian fellowship and bid him God speed in the lield to he was called. After the sinking of ai propnate saciod rmu-ic the choir during w U -ch tJie a-sbemb ed c'erijy the young candid ite 111 tncir midst ei teied the church j. id tocl- their places arocuta. the pulpit, an ocatipn w as prooounced by Bev b Y Jamison Another hjmn was sung bj tluacon- giedition after ivlnch Rev read a passage of benpture Be% A H Alltel ell tip prayer lor tbe candidate, and at the conclusion of a hSron. chose 11 by llev M T Martin Dr J B Haw- tlorno ihado the B to the charcb. Di Hawthorne _said at abemfc four j e irs ago Mr j ones had been recog- nized as a candid ito the by tbe Baptist church in Ho ha 1 recently graduated at the Souther-- Baptist theological semmarj of Lomsville ar was now called to tal e charge of the TentI Baptist church of Atlanta Ou this Call tl church council had been called together, auu. the candidate had been thoioughly examine i He V as f omid to be a fit person to be reeon mended to the ministry b> the council, that re( ommendatim was made Dr Hawthorne then put tne question to tb'V church asking what si ould- be demo wjih tha council s report, which, ui writing, hOs-beld in, hi9 hand Colonel B F Abbott arose from his place ut the congregation, and moved the adoption of the recommendation and the reception into the ministry of the candidate, through, the ordinance of the Hjing on Kev Carter Helm Jones pastor of tbe Fust, Baptist chuich, of was then, -unre- duced by Dr Ilau thoruo as tho deliverer ot the ordimttioii sermon Following the seimon bj tho candidate s brother was tho charge by his fattier, tlio solciuii injunction of uie church Jones's emotion great as he spoke a few simple to the jouiig candidate ending witli a lieart felt, bless you, my dear son After the ordination "by Kev S G. the candidate knelt by the side of t 3 afternoon o elock the schedule MAC ON t -KT _t o elock the schedule ce committee, i M Roeers chairman ot ti c 1 oard t put lie education met at tbe Ltchange 1 nk to arrange the salarus oi teachers iti next -year The ;eacherh and text 1 ooK ooramittei will meet to morrow morning at o cl >ek to tinishthtir work Tins committee was in n labt Frid iy n8w 1 clock The board f education meet t nnoi row ev enint, at 0 o clock, to elect teachers for next 3 car It is President Gustin Mvcox Ga Juno SO George the able and wollrnown lat ly judge of tbe Mac- m buperior court cirei it has been elected president of the "Vfac< n and Atlantic railway wl it.h is i being built from Macon to aunj.li bj the "VIaeon and Havann Ui c tion of which Mr B Spark1? is dent Judge n s railroad position w ji t in terfere with his legal duties flic fiim of ust n Guerry and Hall are the attorneys of tli Sj CombiuatH u oi, railroads f L 1 Hillycr of the Merchants National ban! has been elected secrctarj and treasurer   before Judge Jenkins Tucker et al Bought to enjuin Alachtn s road tl e Middle Oeorgia and Atlantic from passing through their I mils after his road had crossed the Cov and Macon at or near Macb.cn Judge Jenkins decided in favor of Maehen_________ THREE MFV In. an Accident on tlie Alabama Tlidlanc Koad. CEDAR SPRINGS Ga June 30 A freight train was wrecked on the Alabama Midland railroad about SIT: miles below between Sheffield, and Josaphme station The result was three men instantly killnd, and the tearing up four freight boxes Tin dead bodies were taken to Bainbridge as soon as possible BARNS A Destructive Fire on a Morgan County Fijrra RtrrLEDGK Ga Sune 30 [Snecial 3 Tin o' barns and stables of Mrs V V Hanson at Sunny Side about two miles eas of Rutledge, was entirely destroyed by fire about 11 o clock today, together wich about bushels of corn, a large crop of oats hay and several hogs Loss about No insurance The obigra of the fire is unknown. Call to tlie Democrats of CrRinris', June [Special J IT Mailer chairman democratic executive committee o: Spaldmg Issued acall for the commit pulj it and the ceremony of tno laying on bauds b> the Presbj terj p as perforjned. wit x riieii Ke-v 1> Shaver presented with l.ible ind Bev I T Ticlicns on behalf of the chuich extended him the hind of felloe During the singing of -i closing hymn the1 young man w as w armlv shaken by tho- bj the entirt, membership of the church Before tho segregation d persftd tho t- serving the 11 Atlanta lor a space it is the purpose of the Mr Jones to embark as> a niisiiiou iry to t h iia TBCS Cliuimaii Ooltei COMCEST- THE MfcJLON A Big Increase This Year Over tast Shown. THOMASVIILK (-TI Juno 30 The follow LDIT iiguros, which are correct show- big increase in the shipments of melons this .asonmorlast Up to June 21s.t labt >ear 240 car loads had been moved md oil tl at date 50 cars were shipped Up to Juno 21st this season 1 flOT car loads e been sent and !or that day 177 cars melons were Sudden Dentil in MFKKI-' Ga Jure IP H 'ttooten a well known citizen of An erini" was found dead m ius room tins morning He was seen at 4 o Clock reading a i er an I three hours 1 iter a pcntten au entered h s rjmn and fr nnd J nn i i d "1 on tl c H r Death ia thought to IM from heart; iib cane or apoi iexv li fessor Wooten ab it riltv of IL.C an 1 inn.arnel His remains were t n ght for 1 unal HELD FOR niLUDEK a Meeting Of tliD Committee 1 the chairmii oJt the senaturi il execut e committee oi this, thirtj filth diatr ct lie was 111 Vtl i ita jester lay and while hen1 proi ared a call fer U o committeo tho ct to meet in Atlanta at the stjtj libilry at 12 111 1 ruaj July 4, 1890, 'u arrange for the nonui ati jn of a candidate for the set ate from th s listnct I ollow mg the oitic il cal' lu the Members of the Dim oratic IScecnt ve f umiiHtiee in tlie llnrtj hfth atonal District ou are h rebj reoue ted. to u Pet at the lil i u at l_in on iridu lulj 4 1890 to toko int consideration tin n >f arranging for th u jinmation of a mdidate tor the sanate Jrt u this d strn t 1 1 u G >ui-K, TIIOMVS Secretary A Negro His Trt and It Is Probable She AVill Thn Ballin ne TO arrested about 1 o clock thi-i rlmged with mur Icr last Friday nifel t cut hi-, wife Mary Ballmgerv very adH but not In trym -to catch BdHinger Patrolman alt n tut 1 shots at him, but he succeeded in getting cutting was done on Walton street aa the woman m the act of stepi ng out of a thfe woman cut again 1 v JUllm ger and at the latest ace junta sbe as rei irted as than once md to take her life such wafe undoubteclK hia intention A partv composed of a number of Nashville's most pr mi IHHU 3ociet> pboi It- came down ycajter- (I iy invColonel Thomas s car, and wero en- tertained delightfully at luncheon, by Mrs ritten. Those fr >m Nishwllf were "Mrt? "W Iticliol, de Bow M oodrs Misa Bogfrs fitiss Kci dnck Mr .burns Olr AJlqn TheAt lanta K mi ited to meet them were Mttr.. J sei h Tiuippbon Mr Henr> Inman, afir "Wa'ter Inmin Mr Sam Hall Mr Chaplcs Crankshaw, Jlr- Lucius louuOrant Clarke Jr returned je ]VIrs Miriam Glenn leaves for tutlav The "N S dancf1 at the elegant liome oESTr an J jlui SiUev a n delightful affair rc-i ert wa-s an eveniiig more T j %eiij the ulig peoi e present Mrs Silv and L.cr daughtc r Airs W A Speer, proved ir charm ncli and the guests reason remriul tr t ie evening ma-it pleasantly Mr 111 1 Mrs Jojiu bilvev and stoutlj denied all connection with the cuiun There are 1 nown to the police two J >hn Ballm Eera and it m-vj be that tie one airebted iMliiottlio mail who did the cutting He win hi held ho-Sever until he can Rive a oocl So'rountof him-elf or_until the -rightiipon cootl Speer Mr and Mrs How ell Cloud, andMz Disk Misses Ann'e laps Angelas" IKJUg Vnnie Lucj E Ik II Hattje Dougherty, LngVish. KiclimoHd Byline Lowe, Berte Ida H well I miua L. Kowg3It dsniith Uertio rjOChntno. ATarrfham Hattie E hols 1 buie John Kh ibiil George ill Martin V a ter B Mitred 3 Douglas Eil Gaj sanlcrs HarrvHIU jJ Block fl (iu'S BJW Mr L utter Jackooi Fia Jim DicKey Wt i Kncr Bniij I t-wis Quill Otase Erturrv Konlz Hoivel' Sam Howe' luck Bell Jin? P fs arrested which will be soon as the police know where to laj their hands upon the other 1UJealousy was what caused the cutting of the A WRECKED TKAIIf Causes Two Eogines to tlte Citj at 3 O Cloclc tor INorcross A was wrecked at about midnight last rumors current at 2 o clock this, morning are reliable, the wreck was a bad cue indeed Telegrams were sent to the city for surgeons, and at 1 JO o clock this morning Dr WilUs "V> eat morelandandDr Joimton ielt oa a train lor Nor C1Atathe tram dispatche'rs office no partienlats could be secured. He knew, lie said, tliat a freight tram moving north had been -wreekea and that one man vras under tlie train That-was allhetajev? except that surgeons had i -enf tiiaced the casualties pits v ill Hempbiil Hodg-on, Jim English. IJhere was a quiet marriage celehjated yesterti fj afternoon at the residence of tojn, Dans >o 3 JLuckie "trecf The contracting aiiss Mittie" is and and Mr Charles C 3uflO, Kinningham The cere jaony was performed t i manner bj Rev G H. Sttutb Sir andltfr Lee will spend s-veral daya at Tybee island, be- fore returning to Atlanta to live, Miss Minnie Cabaniss wb a post graduate at laicy Cobb the winner of fonr medala When it 3g tnown that s3is had to contest fot them1 with to sixty others, the brmeinff tiiem off m triumph shows that she toe spirit of leading m the race for In the junior claca ehe wen thehisi the senior class the session she won a nJ581s ifeft   

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