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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               P IUT-T IWO 3TE2T FAI.I. Ot7T ABOUT A. Of Which Dno of Them W-inted to Divide With a Boy-The Barkeeper and Atter a QuarrU Shoots and Kills. James Chosowood was shot and killed by W L Dodd yesterday about noon tragedy occurred in -i beei saloon at the corner of Decatnr street arid tho Boulevard Dodd was a clerk m the saloon and the fatal quarrel occurred over a quart of beer which be had sold to Chose vood Chosewood wanted to give some of the boor to a minor and Dodd refused to furnish a glass for the boy to drink out of Some words followed Chosewood throw the contents of the beer measure at Dodd who without a word of v armng shot him the breast Voluntary manslaughter was the finding of the coroner s jury Dodd uas standing on one side of the counter and Chosewood on tiie other onlj a few feet letwcoii them when the fatal ballot was lircd t hoat wood about fifteen minutes after being sliot Dodd mado h s escape 111 tho confusion following the affair and un to the present has not been captured TIIK -ULV AKF Both men aro white md up to the tragtclj both Invo horno good reputations James Ch scwood the man who was shot was married his tiajtic leath casting gloom over an humb o lint Inn homr> He was i young man and in tho community in -nInch ho lues has nln born the reputa tion of a qmot industrious law abiding citi 1 or some time past he has been engaged m sell ng over tho country In his emjloy he has had a young man namod IrJCbard Johnson -nho accompanied him on all his trips assist ng him in his business Wl Dodd the man who did the killing has been in C s bar He is ma? nod and has several children The men wore good friends and so far as las been dei eloped there has been no quarrel standing between thorn Only a few moments before the tragedy the} nad drank beer together and the several eyenitneMes to the affa r toitmod that they elasses after buying; a quart or half gallon He had drank beer there before with Chosewood at whoso house ho was a boarder, and in whose employ ho was Johnson said he had an order at the Congo saloon from his mother, authorizing him to buy beer there Ho was asked if he considered himself re- sponsible for the death of Chosowona lolmson replied that it would not have hap- pened if ho had not been there William Farmer, a negro boy employed m the saloon, nas present at the time of the shooting but his testimony threw no new light on the case The coroner a jury was only a short while in arriving at Us verdict THL. CONSTITUTION is requested to say that JJodd 13 in no way related to P G T Dodd Renovating tlio Pictures Tho old portrait of Governor Oglethorpe, nhicll hasI been eloEanOy renovated and restored 1 y Mrs J R (.regr rv to all its original fresh mellow tints la now placed ln the stato liur I ivas tho worst and most dilapidated picture UplCtUre8 "ow looks Ilkt  one was brought 1 his was nlled and Johnson emptied it Chosewood in the meantime calling on Dodd to tang another glass and come around him self to drink with him took a glass in his hand and wont were Seated16 Wh6re Cho3ewood Johnson glasses from the contentsamre drank the COSEltt ATI1 Jh TICKBT. i >r Major AMOV L KONTZ K Alaermon >orth COOPER bouth J MOHAN or Council FIRbT -WAKD-W M Ct KT1S SECOND II PONTDiR THIRD BKO1LES I OURIH n 1KU-THOM VS L BIbHOP D TLRNER SIXTH t HANK M TValter K Brown for Mayor I announce mjself as j candidate for mayor on the following platfmn 1 qualization of taxes 2 liberal public Improiemcnts and payment bj installments for sidewalks bclgian blocks and jsewera a Atlanta, must purchase a. new ce netcry which is an absolute necessity A clean honest and healthful admmlstra tion and every department of the citv govern mont to be conducted on a progresbive and liberal plan for the benollt of the entire peo pie There should be no cliques combinations or backroom caucuses to dictate our city p lie) If elected I ehall assume the duties of chiel executive untrammeled unpledged and abso lutoly free from all promises I request all citizens who are in favor of a progressive and honest government to vote for mo in the prlmarj next I rlday WAITLUH BROWf, To Public I respectfully announce myself as a candidate Mr? T Montgomery of to brother tUe arm of her aJtar by Mr M and was met at tho i -Tlie ceremony was B Performed bj Dr Atlanr V P a-lwaye boen considered one dauEuter7 "tractive Ior friends Her MJ-, Ojt V rnrrta.l ,rt, .__ haif fcrr'wnlt118 conipleted'i'his "S. BEWjRE OFjffEflf. S. S. S. Will CURE. Cheap imitations should be avoided. They never cure and are often dangerous BO pits oil BLOOD MB stem a tsetses FKK. SWIFT specific co. KTLH, My daughter had a case of chronlo Eczema, wl ch for over five years had baffed the skill of the best physicians -4a si e dillv growing woise, I quit all other treatment and com- menced u'ing S. S Before finish- ing the second bottle the scaly lations ad nrarlv tbsappeired. I contlnt-ed using S. S S until s'le vns ertirely cmed I w.-vifei before reporting the case tosee if t'ie cuie was perrmnent Being satisfied that she is freed from the anno., ing disease for all time to come, I send you this T. Vaughn Sandy Bottom, Va. There is only one S. S. S. Take no other. SEMENrs cica lit si r-t i No increase or London Iss Jim.. 'S nee with pleasure support the nom HEHPHILL. For Major of Atlanta. friends of HON ANTON annoiino OF THH QUAHB and as a friend Atlanta needs a man of nerve of probity of high personal charactor. who JudSmei" and who cannot be swerved for major Such a man is Anton Kontz hnrTCh are ___ td MK P J MOR4N will 00 to tu bo supported in the again remarked that the tVme he d ?e beer on Dodd sure enouEh hrow the Sa'd -t if you "'9 m-th W6re convention tin noy 4 To tho People of tho City of Atlanta. I have been solicited by a very large number of citizens from tho several wards on the north side of the city of Atlanta to allow tho use oC my name in the race for alderman from the north side So urgent has been the request that I have consented to make tho race for alderman I in 8ay to tho people of the citv of Atlanta if I am elected to the position ot alderman, I will gHo my best tour Srouih 11 o clock fora Sirs Moutgomerj is the daughter of Mr popuUr a f Physic ans sentfor atteen minutes ha floor 'ed in about byhe l ing for him d.lfgently effected his arreit as XotT Search Jot not br lef' wh? before the some v crsion the new "ls l'ie first iut- Eauco bottle He didn l know "dh f The witness tho uht Do M thofclass to hnsenood "used to ant Tohnsoii u n j as auso ho did not the saloon minor to di nit m til day iUAMip RICL To the oters of Atlanta. Several days ago my friends announced me with 0111 my knowledge or consent as a candidate lor alderman at large I have nothing to prottt by and ha-ie therefore no personal interoitln occupv ing the position but believing that the Hf th ward (in which I Ine) is in fairness and justice entitled to representation In the board )f aldennen-o, erv waul in the city beine, represented there but the the earnest sohcitatit 11 of my friends in the ward I have decided to allow tho use of mv name and if my fellow citizens think that I can be of service In this capacity and shall nominate me at the prira-m, I am nilllng if elected to as- sume tho duties o, the position in the interest of the people t the best of my ability Kespectflllly JOHN TILER COOPER The fr ends of JOSHLA TYF announce him us a candidate for councilman Irom toe nrst ward subject to the primary on er the .ilst td The of DR M rturis an iionne him as a candidate ior councilman from tho nrst ward subject to the primary do tion INo member 21st A large number of taxpayers in the second ward and a great many of his friends throughout the citv announce the name of Mi. OORDOV NOEL forthccoimcUfrom ward subject to the primaiy ,1OT1 j td D "W friends of H j IAM A H1NSUL, announce him as a candidate for council fro the sec d ward subject to tho acti n of r.he city executU e committee oct 28 d td H C SAWTELL is announced by his frieml.. tta Is im_____ lanta society People beprm their lifo tofjether under tho ansp.ces.aiid every one wishes them much prosperity and happiness church w111 weddme, of mtercst to society otMr The ceremony will take place at C 30 oclock The attendants will be Mm Dora Ivnott with Mr J Fred lewis and Miss Jossao Griffln with Mr Henders >n Hallman ulth Mr The ushers ara Messrs Robinson Harr MeCrol Jolm Maddox and Irank rone. S Ma8tor Har ,dM.tB LEAVITT's" 'SPIDEftSl'FLY Fountain of Fun NIW 1NIJIIAIOI V t 1 Intro ,L'> 3 Till. -VI i t ci i --------Jni cut f ui i tr i-i- ic i THE LEADERS VVHOLESALE FINE mm. A very select stock of rare old Kye and Bourbon Whiskies always on hand Choice foreign Winia, Liquois, eta, a specialty with us. Correspondence solicited BIuthentM Bickait 46-50 Marietta St, Atlanta, Ga luiv 1 illy any other security, and a good stone ijas been pald for ]t aro in the city Cannh Campbell of Anmston, propeiIy bought are as good an in- vestment as a United States  r Ar nisville 5 Cain -13 r a Arl runawick Ar JockcomiU "1 C 40] m 11 o 6 Pullman cirs on 1 to Tad i le NTT i i of Governor ho guest oi Miss Marsh MiK. Torcoi I rather Vxoccon Ga ia visltinir Mrs Kfitchum at No street S 18 -The Ems Wright JO notable one in the Borial circles of both ptoce? cunaecEions Md C- goods befole purchasmo. artlcjeof I v Tacks nv lie LA BrnnswiLk Majcr J v riio jasville Ar Ar Macon Max j i ArOnflui v 47 Whitehall Street OHim 1 t 1 in 3 4 1 II ii 0 a lullman car on No II to Atlanta 1 The attendanta wore Miss Moll. Thefrir-nds of MU ARNOJB IES an nounco him as a rmididito for councilman from the third ar 1 wl jcct to the prnnarj N mucr n J, vt r him "ijetito'S'p '.Larv1111 ward Tbe la of C F JJULUPHEY ai liiun a c-xndidate for councilman from tUe To the oters of Atlanta TVeherebj announce Thomas II Jcirrlpq people s candidate for counc.lman theTifth subject to the pr.marj the -1st mstan 10" wl is To n Jef j_ioaa decline to iriwu. m. glass to dnnfc boor out of n a Johnson was a minor aud t that thatawnous iu irrel wo! on j BUSP'aou 8hootm0 curred He untl1 the wood and test.f c i that1 e h tl t'iloM of being a quiet poacible man THE CAtSE OF IT AT.T, ..-as the cause' >ear-old tvas introduced fatal quarrel V, Carne Hjll Arlington JgnifiCLnt tlfUl> the C03tlllnes tolo? S in Tl.lclledy A% Ink, at Miller s "i Mar etta stieet DISEASE OVERCOME.'3 slcepii on No 4 to SavannaU Poll man to Iicksorav He ANN AH TO ATIANTA A-mcf earo H shmtrton Athens eat o Gainesville Ainio AtUnU. ATI AM'A TO COLL SMITH'S BLOOD TBE CHAMPION ITN-E-VERI AILS A cure in eiery bottle provement begins with the nrst doVo If troubled with impure blood lip m AT Certificates from all parts of the conSnVut Debility Cured S'r >me 1n eral a lew b  KJ ItAlIPOAD CO The most direct anil lest route to llonf-omwr, N w Orleans Tox.iS an i t e bouth est ISJo" eclil-aulc m cllect s pteinber It No o2 NOM IJOIjNl) JJailv -unrl Uaily Ar Newnan 2 55 pm 11 30 pm c 23 j in 8 4" am DC pm 12 J3 jm 42 pm 1 i) am AX west IT; 4   Dailj Sundav I 1.V Penbacla 10 1U pm II J i Ar Jloattjry jj ojii i_ 5 am Columbus ArSvlSriaSnSprinS3 CentralK K. ana Arrive Atlanta Central R r Leave G M B B. Arn% O ilclionoucil (r Q. PRINT ERSF na X.v Montgry Aj CoJmSua Ar Opelika Ar 5 40 am 4 JO am 7 45 amj 1 lo am LI am i a o ain 3 JO jm' n jruiat JO .jS 4 03 ami 00 am ArLagrnge a u am] 4 31 am! 30 am it II am j 30 am, 8 49 am Ar Atla jta I 30 pm! C 3 nho 2. m_______ Train GO carries Palhuan Buffet bieeDinc cars New Atlant andPSSlSS onlf Atlaata and New Orleans iYain ul carries Buffet car tween New Atlanta, ana Atlanta and Yorlc. TTJUOJB 52anil   

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