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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA. UA.. AVJ-.DMESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, PAGES. 3 .rje ZATTS JFXTIT rt ri k" m Concerums Cobb CO, ,.V, Capital "T'-ffco.sa last our usual 1} owet n tho set ne (t. much coiifu cC7olroi.ocutnn of Lilonlers both by Unite m m -ities a of artirs 1) >s been eloped, m the brutU assaisination of msJ t. ast wrLich dastardly ,t is cKi i reetly occasioned h, n-r attended Uetore the tinted -so ury m i'ir ta "bodicnris to j, rearms ls nearaiioo there L. rleo-rlv klt several so-   have found sub- "ictnng m tho way of bondsmen, and presenting an r mtue sts IlJ d tt o chirges c lo aceountelfor P jgllTSgone 0" UJ ll1 wt UISC %CS 1Co with the net il a a lozcii or more of estab ishmentiii'-t set up in ind IL -oarW and some f o ir boat citizens r threaten.- 1 with loath for having .a out agaiust tin U ieit trittic 9 local authorities h v e been dent d if not c.d b> the 10! tLrs while le il icit Nourishes an 1 si reals ami red handed AS is resorted to to net Of position ueen threarened with ini eacun ent and proscc uion after been iespei Uo means re d totomtimidAto thorn and 'heir "io coward y astnssi i ition Wright was, aliened made 111 pursuance of tl reads to and it is i wtl recognized fact that e T o n erestb hiime'f upon t m hide of tho i jth a matte loes so it is pent ne nj t is on ind m uht bo to the death T e tliooriet mn_, c must assort Iv63 aid si-euro the punishment; of "lorierous hcoundrols i> rj e a these or content U t mseUes to j fair contrt Me 1 by a --ot of outlaws, ill m ike of i word among the re t cram (mints of tho to ai t ilar ze further Our j rowel! 3ft .m  u, ind il j i arj one kmws mil U of tho inatteis rred to an I unnecessary to relate hero aro we g to do about it In of docencv and or lei ind that line ot our b city be bl ed ivo appeal to the tsober us to ose no time, but take i oucerted tct 011 and rest not vleas scoim Irel is brought to and the illieiv tritiiic banished But tho lictlm Discovered that FactWlien too jLato LAGniNGF, Gi 18 [Special] Strickland, colored, went into Toolo Hundley's hardu ere store today to buy a pis- tol A .T Irw in sliowpd Iiim a self acting and was explaining how it when there was a loud report which startled everybody about tlio store, and it was found that the nOejro had been shot through the ah donicn Drs Baugh and CalKway attended him, but could noc extract the hall They pronounce the nound fatal The pistol had been u e I on the night of the dLnioci itic jubi- lee or the congressional elections, nnd had bctai put back 111 tho showcase with one cirt_ ridge m tt and it was ot known that it was loaded THKLE A Party of Xynchers Their Victim and Kill Him PiiO'VTisMLLC Gi 18 ciil I fudge Lvnch hold court in this county to and 13 uMial tho death sentence was cnforct, I ai d nropeiU 'Yhout nud- ineht i ist a par 3 of masked Ijnchera tot k John Simmons from tho homo of Oates near t iiro, an 1 today his found v.ith his threat cut SirnmonB hid just out a three ears sentence m tho ponl- tenEiarj' for an attempted oatrago upon, AIiss Matt e Steu art, hut tl o bontem o was not at all sat SIT.C ory to tin frieiida of the la K This is the lust ciae of lynching in .Thomas county in lllL NLGI1O bKIPPEJJ Ho Ac oueed of Forgery by His lini- ploj tr ATHENS, Ga 18 [Special T H Muller a man as accused today of foverj by Mr Husred a nursery man flora theiuith Mul or a citizen of Rome, Ga and h va evidently skipped for home It set rns th it the eompanj bad Muller to on e daw u and soucit orders for 1 1 cos, Inch he did and mot with much success mil made i collections lie did not turn them t H lifted, and when ho came to look for his P irchasers ho found that tho had him a bourns list Ho swore out a warrant for Muller and the of tho law will hunt him. down WHAT "ESQUIRE" MEANT Meaningless Term That Born In Chlvalrlo Times. What is an esquire nowadays9 asks The London Telegraph. Sv'o all know tho deriva- tion of the word and the Bigmncance attached to 16 in tho old chivalnc tunes, when tho a youth of gentle birth and a can- didate for the spurs and chain of hmghthood, was attached to the personal service of a dubbed knight, whose colora he wore, -whose shield heboro, whose charger, arms and ac- coutrements wore his peculiar care To atta it knightfj lank it was not only necessary to he born" in the Gennan sense, hut to e been "irofully trained in all Trar like and social exercises, and to have passed through two preparatory stages of chrvalrie is to pagehood ard sqmrehood By tho time his term of no1 ifciate had heen completed I o was quahhed, at tho age of nine toen or tweniv, to fill up any acancy that death or promotion to knighthood mieht create nmonc his master s esquires in which, capacity it was eiibtomarv that he should serve for sev- eral jears indeed, until some conspicuous feat of valor of his own or special recommendation, on tho pait of his chief, brought him immedi- ately under the notice of a rojal prince Iho advancement of a gentleman to the rank of esquire in tho household of a or wealthy territorial m ignate "n as not infrequentlv accompanied by a grant of land hence probablj in later timen, the squirearchy came to he identified in eommoii parlance and in the popular imud with the landowning interest of this country btill later, when stfTI existing tables of pre- cedence wore formulated, the title of esquire was rococo ?ed as the birthnght of men born in cprtnm Htatinns of life, and as a dignity appertaining to a largo number of oihclal and professional fjiiPTitly acquirablo bj peisons of plebeian origin, whose talents and industry had en abled tlioui to surmount tho social barriers separating them from gentlefolk by birth JT'ie term gentleman by act of parliament" camo into usjge and tlie rank implied by that term carried with it the courtesy title of es pure as, foi instance, in the ease of tho members ot tho house of commons banisters attorneys at law, CiMl servants of a  itness wasN C Mullins, who n JlnR on the same line as the other f j tho, iras not an admirer of Wltneeses and -i whole today wia unimportant i "alii believed that is not unimpeachad evidence left to convict lowing ot a S ife In Oordon IKTVINTON, Ga November 18 night men nero brought over from Irumtoiiaiid lodged in jail, charged with tho s fo blowing in O irdoii i leu ingbts sirce rl xnn the r iniiortn< t and it is j robiblo tine no by tbo name, of N n nan Me "seal vill bo able to CTe nis friends in moro to b til him out L he other man by the name of Arman, is Ukt.lv to rntnaiii in jail until tlio term Both m  be well cared foi, howev cr until their T al comes Oil The Demand Fo- Real J dj is The deman Iforrrilos atn continues acAnt !OL> iro in greater demand than t.1 ose houses on them J ho building and loui nssoeiations rei forai lan to build his own homo th it iraiiv prefc'" this to buying an old t oloiiel T K Proomo bold two lota west of the I c n ilo college to Moshrs. Wilham Ludsone, and J J B ikor, TV ho will buila thereon Seve al otbei liouses will soon be reeled in tho neigh borhnod and still moro will go up IP vj.riuus parts of the citj Tn ILJ A. Iln i, tho "November IS [Spe cial i ucius Ohio colored shot  f tlio deiiK rratio Honcclortli let us have an end of bit eniess Let ub re turiii onr broken ranks and mrwanl witb lucked Btep to a irre it national vietory m idJ- A GORDON M A alinnt Confederate. Oa "November rditor Constitu- tu n deorpo K 1 orter of Diws( n count} the il Cabled confederate dicr troubles with tho authorities, in account of which a] i eared in Moiidiy Issue isno fatranger to the Ge t soldipra of I ee s arm> He Kit Athens Ga ii ISM, with tJie vVtlif ns Gu irds -which was known is conip tuy K of tlio celebrated IMrrt dtorpjia IteRiment of  n P.IIIJ K (1 the surviving >etn mi f that brave muiai 1 will ino-tt beerliillv test 1 1 Ins Killantiv an i t dutv tor tho tour IIIIIK aind the of and the heat and kc f 1 attic His bio d h in been freelj poured out in defense nf his countrv and iletl Ins dot ot fun to the cauao ot the H nth UK! tlie In behalf uf every ih rd Georgian des res to id thanks to the I aX rjiiRe ins lor tlin in tnly at iml they took lor the r Unskilled couira ie V A INN llnrd Geoi-jia Veterans HELD BY 1BE LNEMY. A Nice Name. From Munacv h AVeekly J What did t iat long freight tram bring n p 3 K MACO5, S "fOr MEN a 3leetlnc and Call for Democratic Primaries Ga November Sn mber attende I tbe young men s meet ae courthouse last night 3 meeting, however failed to materialize adjourned withoat hav U action on any of the matters that j i-g brOQgflt UD bejore it. the meeting Mr M J i UL J following good resolu- letj' uere tabled owing to a ti part of some of those present meeting should adjourn without on anything Ihe resolutions oratborougHevatem of sanitary t water supply admimatratlon, combined, with aensurate w ith the growth of ion to mate contracts and audit ation of the laws to prevent viola ion of tho laws to protect minors le thrown around the 5 and that all places a so d be e OSPI! at 10 o clock p ambling prohibited J due the city be paid thirty days t of night high schools lor the classes n of term of office mayor to on of Hon Daisy Price as being s the important position of Mayor d resolution -svaa the following Jemison Mae m IB essentially and em tit} ai d ive have not T nc in oui j.illtical Liottiry ns tlie Bill Johnsons tho e feil Longs can lay down a, ue candidates for the white 'or and that it 19 tbe eense 4 mocratic pnmartoa be held night lor the nomlna- or aldermen and mayor of ILI [Speei il Mr old and honoied citizen of Bar icsville died in on Triday evening last H s remains were brought here wnl buried Sunday moru Mr Miliier waa foui jc us Id and had lived all his life m and around Barneoville The Ilrinlt at a Hot Supper. Er L, KTOV Gn XovoinberlS [bpenal An Jiflraj rcurred it a hot supper frolic 111 the oit nUirti nf Klberton last Saturday iiiEfht at "hirh tho piste! was lullj used Three regroes are reported faliot Joe C arter a ne proof the toun WHS shot IJirmtrh fit neck, but not fatallj Mounded A negto woman ind a bov wns also shot their namog 01 tho extent of tlioir wounds o not been aacer tamed Tho Xown in Troupe TjAGuANOF Ga VovembcrlH [Special XiaGrango this when the s wa.3 Hashed across the wires that John B Gordon had been elected senatur on tho fiist ballo- loingbt tho cannon of the J igb t Guards s bouig used to vent to tho of his old fellow citizens and comrades over big gallant victory LaGrange is a solid Gordon town from center to circumference, and 110 news could received hero which have been more gratifying to our entire pcop'e _ JTfte Circus m "Waynesboro "97 KSEOK.O G a November 18 [Spe ciai ayi esboro as i row ded tocf i th cot-ntry le to witness the r-ircus and bal loon ascension There were two tents can- vas one tho gospel tent of tbe Rev J TJ Till man, the other the cucus Some thoughtless vandal took his knife Saturday night and cut great lorg rents in the gospel canvas, very much, dibfigurmg it Rev Mr Till man dis- couragmgly spoke of it at tbe Sunday service, and he did all in bis poner to keep the people awav from tbo circus, but to no avail The gospel meetings are largely attended aay ami night Burke Connty Rejoicing. "WAYNKSBOKO, G-a November 18 cial Burke county bad her grand democratic rally and public speaking here last night, and a torchlight procession The procession, the military and "brass band were out in full force j After the procession a meeting was and j resolutions passed indorsing Governor Tohn B Gordon for United States senator Cap- H H Perry of the Burke Light Infantry made a oneeeh on tho indorsement of Governor Gordon A Good Collector Trom I I u linan is an Yustm lawyer who his a great reputation lor collecting bid debts If tho money can be oiii. >l j, man 'i will It It was to this th it B jl> Hmckloy reterreU w hen lie w as requested to run quic k ft f a doctor as a nc phbor a Jchild U id swallowed a com Poetor be bl< wed III r ui i ew btar Among the moftthly magazines issued m the interest of and patent medii tuc firms IB one devoted to the question of the influence of tobacco npon health It winds up with the as sertion that Tennyson is a poor and pitiable wreck because he has been addicted all hia life to two passions One is "an inordinate love of con and the other a fondness f v ng a pipe- G adatone on tho o.l er hind is still great and attracm becaua he d Iunpe> s Vii eklj never sjuoke in the presence of a laclj again not il she t object once ainoking while with a Jody and blowing rings She slipped her linger through onej and considered herself engaged Kditorlal Conrtesy. From Shore Lditor (to Oldgirl aged aliout fortj) shows promis! mljam hue that p'ood littr iry work is seldom douo by women until she is thirty 01 tlurtj nve Several jears hence you will be to write available irticles Oldgirl (as sue waa the most delightful man 1 met' Direct from Contribution Box From The New oik Sun The idea1 "aid Ifncin missionary mdig nantlv matter" The idea of sending eel ulotd poker chips to aid tho heatucn in ivory country The Wotnnn Share From The New Herald Inexperienced yon believe in long engagements Experienced dear It is the only chance woman has for some email share of leader ship in the battle of lift Preventing Its Spread From The E on Herald Jo linn j t jou gomj trr school we got the srullec fe er at our house and He doctoi aez I can t go ter school I m going to der dime museum dm aft fao long Giving Him Coinage From The Bonton Herald beautiiul the autumn leaves are, George' He (seeing a chance for a are like the autumn Clara never i reused .inj autumn leaves, did Tho Giowth of Democracy. From Muusey hat is t familv tree papa? "A. chestnut, mj son HAS 11 Clinl etty cllnketty' down to the ford Clatters each horse hoof and cavalry sword, And we laugh, as we 3way, while our black chargers plav In the current that rioples and hnrnes away I But Dan w ho e a parson not n a light, i bings in mellow oice cttchnian, tell us of the I nit.lt j tired stoedsk ck In tiie cou ford the current is quick Fat there s ailence along the line of tUat tnrong, or we know that Dan s heart is as pure as his song There s a shot from the s a fall and a TV111 song begun here be completed on high? Calied to ffis tfoffier'3 Bedside E. C Kruffey has been called to hia old home in Vir- ginia by telegrams announcing the rtangerons ill- of 'iLsiuotlicr "SIi3 haji in Att mta rho hopp That her son Jind Ivr hen lie leaches LjuLhburg I er as strong and I married a delicate We traveled 'inch in search of health but we remained imahd? uutil began a use of Dr Bull's Sarsapanlla We both are now in better health and feel stronger A, Mathewn, Hamaburg, Pa It waa a triumph at DeGive's last dramatic triumph in five Gillette s by the Fnemy TIHs drama is of the most commanding Interest, Bwaving the audierce with moderate but exquisite climaxes and by means of spirited by-plays The plot is one genuine intermingling of pathos and and humor, interlaced with fine discrimination and welded with the most effective and dramatic result There is a marked nobility of sentiment pervad- ing the five acts, a sentiment of such rich feeling that it stamps the play with moral and dramatic completeness The sum of the drama is a noble reflection on the real drama of recent history There is a vivid dramatization of hattle scenes, capture and trial of a spj, views of the in the military hospi tals, intrigues of war life in general, and all por trajed with tlie greatest vigor and t erve lucre are two affairs of heart in tho plot, tempering the scenes with intense pathos as well as with the slyest and most sweeping humor There is notono line in the dialogue, nor one in- cident in tbe plot which inteirupts the brisk and telling action that characterizes the play through- out It ib not essential to enumerate tho success of e ich actor in fulfilling the demands of his or ber respective role, but the whole impersonation must bo praised as one grand intense and signal performance The drama was staged with excellent taste whiln a largo contribution to the general success of the pla> was formed by the fitting harmony of the musical cuea Anj audience, having once enjoyed the privi lego of seeing a rendition of Held by the lui- emy would consider it a special favor if again permitted to witness those ilvo acts of stirring drama. Koso Coghlaii Tonight. The appearance this etemng of that charming artiste in "Peg Wofflngton" will co-int as one of tbe events of the season In an artiBtlo point of the performance will be a perfect gem and a treat of the hneet order At a social point of view, it will be the occasion of the largest and most elegant theater party ever given in Atlanta, fljul the elite of our society will be present to wel- come the brilliant actress Since last week all the boxes been sold, and many who wanted same have beon obliged, to take parquet and dress eircle seats. The performance of the evening will be, as we said, a perfect gem Miss Coghlan has made Peg a studv and it is admitted she is the best Woffing- ton ou the American stage So great was her sue in tho role in !New York that one of tho critics christened her Gotham's Peg name tint has clung to her Personally endowed with many of the charactaristies ami much of tho rollicking humor and contagious spirits that made her prototype the most winii ng of women to all sorts of men, she molds hernelf m the per- sonation to an almost absolute likeness of the eaucy original Miss Coghlan is sufficiently Irish to yield readily to a fascinating piece of comedy and to color to tlie life the bright and sparkling episode the dramatist selected to illustrate a woman who helped to make the English stage what it is and wlioso native goodness of heart ought to bo accepted as largely condoning the errors of her life "S ery few actresses have essayed the character of Our readers will remember one, Joey Gougenheim In her case as in Miss Coghlan s, Peggv lay in her and she took her up The subleties of the conception the qulckl> interchanging lights and shadows of her nature, have deterred many comedians from attempting it Miss Coaghlan has tho part 500 times Besides Peg Wof flngton there is in this cost another character that deiii mils tine acting of Triplet tho starving author Burton created the part, Charles Fisher excelled him and Charles Wheat subeeqiientlj overshadowed both hpider and llj. The companv engaged to interpret AI B Leav Itt B production of Spider and Hy in our city next I riday is of cxce lent cthber and world wide J nine Notably tho forty odd people en pi03 ed are the wonderiul excellent pantomirnists and imrveloua acrobats the SIP utts also the charminp Blanche Curtisse Mane artlf f t fessae ernet Stella I ucida, Thomas "SV Itjlcv r "H Kiley J A Kiernan, Rarhel Alustt J lie Kitty C'irk North, vrno J (Mnarston M trgarvt Wuad, I aura Al tude illettf .tiid Minnie Packtrd Incidental specialties introdm ed in the second act by "Miss Mirv Itartlett opeiatie selection Thomas IV ll-vlcy topical aonjr Miss Stella Lucida. the cele 1 rated laclj cont irtiomst first appearance in Ameriri ami Rife the great and only un tho whirlwind Higgler hi" first appearance in tm nipaii> The opera has had a prodigoiis success in Jsew oston Philadelphia and other Phe  Five months have passed since I commenced the treatment, and it has proved a perfect success imdmyBore hasdis appeared It would be unjust if I did not ac- knowledge my cure, and this I do voluntarily with the hope that it may benefit others suffering in a (similar manner DETTS bTRFET Charleston, 3 C. 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Wis we BU 2t WANTED A FIRST CLAfoS maker Address with reference lock bor Talbotton Ga W A S 12S 3T, AN OFFICE BOY, THAT CA2J write a hand and is familiar with city Atlanta M f g Co 10 Courtland ave _ IWUnT A FIRST CLASS COLLECTOR A3.D salesman for the installment business A Rood opening for a good man none other need applj from to 8 o clock p m or 7 to 8 o clock a. m, J. H Williams, Feters_and i orsyth streete EXPERffiN CED MAN TO solicit orders for blank books and printed stationery Address with reference and salarj de- sired, The Bradt Printing Company, Chattanooga, Tenn BLACKSMITH CHEKRY dii W Parnell W WHITE OR COLORED COOK. App y at3C North rorsvth street__________ URtoT CLASS D URYMAN TO take charge of L herd of Jersey a mast temperate and liave good recommendations Ad- dress gn nig salary desired etc to J A McCor- kle Ohatchio Ala nov 19 dlw FIRST CLASS STOVL at once a idy job f r the right man, iVhite man only__Hunniciits A. Bellingrath Iw 4 OVER pairs of Spectacles sold in tho paat mouthb and are now liavinc tlie larfrcst Bale of anect teles or eve glasses in the LT S one firm iloue having soid over Eigiit Tliousand Dollars since receiving the agencv for these glasses The following are the names of a few of the dealers who sell Hawkes' Crystallized Lensea in their respective towns Evans Howard Columbus, Ga. I M Bleilsoe Georgetown Crittenden Broa Shelliuan J 1 Askew Rilmetto J f Hartley, Taylor Robert N Llhs, Oreeneville C Daniel TenniHc J W Stanford Cuthl ert M ilham i, Co W 1 Roberts Logansvilie tt Boston "W A t 1 ort Oailies H J Copciand Co "UcDonouen A.. Fwmp, Polmcbroke, Ga. Kijej Hamilton j C Johnson Lttkomo. M A Pateot Madison 0 R Butler Savannah W H lllclior Nonvood L A Bajne Milledgei ille Itoliert C InldQ T T Davenport I air burn C W Sliej trd   TED AV i-XPERI- eneed woman t j an infant Call at Reference required__________tt I WISH. 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