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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA. THURSDAY. DECEMBLK ll. PAGES THIRD DAY TK, i >T TUE VOJtOE His Argument, and Fleming duBIs- HEI.P V? THJE The AclTont of Two Circuses in 1 arran Brines Sotnd Touch Characters koto Town di ih.i'iscusHlon Closed. 10 conspiracy trial was 12 the demurrer brought b eraay on the question of lor the defense, concluded norninff iva3 followed u" dnB anon, who hadJaeen 0 government to assist m the T pacfeed with visitors, e sifted young Georgian, and obegm 'us speech jou could l-oo, so great was tbe sileiice 11 a ciotu, impressive waj points of tho question, 5 ones for the side of the ibont two hours, a- ui icnt at I _ied until 30 o'clock n Bartlott i5 Jor the defense y made a Mie effort and was -apt attention His arga- ided abort o o'elock and elided .he point of jurisdiction -e ened his decision, bot will it tomorrow morning It is a.urrer u nl bo erruied and 3 jury svtll then begm It now e wiH consume se eral TUB SCHOOL M x-rected Jor thft Benefit ol Soutli XlRcon. 3 December 10 qa on school been in L, i otfc OB for several months, baa been nd u-neti over to the board of f je bu Iding is tuo stonea 1 ul its outside measure- It is situated on a Kuoll, s uea bj dud de-3imbl6 suburb, aud has a coin !e corner 3tone of the building yL 3 H Hertz, sec na ey, vice president, J W W M GuDol, C M. Wilej, ms architect nger contnctors aeeepted bv the building t era thorough inspection llie seai capacity ot the lie i clash H r Courier 40 1 aj ilice taupple, 40 fourth i ue ilaj Malory, 4b stats third 03 Found bejta second elass auciO second L Mary L. u Hui t -ki 70 seats, i 3S iji7iio Den Ga OecemberlO There have been two circuses in LaGrange this and the other Tues- day As usual, a good many tough characters aceompanled tbemk and set eral people have been held up at night, and an at-- tempt made to rob them MT Frank B Gallon ay "ft as stopped in rather a dark corner Monday night by a large black but succeeded in "bluffing" lum off Marshal McCormack was held up ra the same pmce, but he being armed, the footpad j ran To be stopped on a dark night by a big buck negro is no pleasant thine Bnslmr.a Sold Out. Dr J F Park, tbe book store man, has sold 1m business to Mr MilTard MeClendon, who will take possession tbe 1st of January DT Park u 03 pr neipal of the high school, at Tusketste Aia for ttveuty fivo and a nnii well qualihed in every pirt calar to know the uan, 3 of tbe people in -the book ime Mr AlcCIcntion will no doubt I eep the basmess up to the present i stiudard lie is a man of good business qualifications genial and polite FKLL AN ELEVA1OB- Mr Com i Pat Out uy 2., Dere nber 10 pec j en nmcli jugghu ing of nan il coutest peo been o iered nd is ui ed b one factiu o been u foot some time to get a: t eket a commit ee composed of citizens g in the ifoard of Irado rooms ecomp isn anj thing further than nt ee of ten to confer uitli tan uLtee of oiie hundred upon tbe i "d nsl> the two comirntCees met j i_ n gut. in tie Board Trade i Q alderman s t cK.et j llie i ee ing reiuses to tackle j ion I f O Chestaey, G F "Wing "W Gibson, Morgan u l Gordon, A. Proudfit t T Shinliolser, S A jd T L Conner DOLtAKS B VISED. i Have a First High, j School j   son, Mr G- E Joimson, in the management of his business, and uwuaUy comes to tlie store on Alabama street quite earlj in the morning V> hen Mr Johnson fell ator shaft tsterdaj morning be as tbe only person in tho build ng, none of the clerks havmg yet arrived 1'atrolinan Ba dwin. who was passing the store heard Mr Johnson groaning He forced the front door open and alter a bhoit search found the injured eman Ijmg upon h s bach at the bottom of tho o were cut on Ins head, and he oomp iin 1 of serious injury to llii bacs Tiie cii-y amhu anco was sent to tho ind in it Sir i wa. c.ir" ed to his home, n.ereDr T b P  ind necrio ilia ecr r't f Mr I ie d "Sir Billy Vm dw the highest coinineudation ate in their pecial line and pnned great The t iron-ing of Roman axes Cradoc was a n tibl d and other unique In "trimients 1.11 I their work is far ahead ol the usual musical moke act Ihe military entitled The Gov crnor s Guard in t a up win very h and was highly enjoyed by the enthusiastic .ludi enee AHnle the first pirt IB not as elaborate as of some other show the company Is seen to good Ihenioi exec lent the dancing is j, oil Momsej Itrotiitirb do a kno kai out simg lastjeir is t 1 ns an cq lilibris1- As 1 wt o the fchov ib a ery satiafae ory one and TV rth in It s tho nearest approach to o'd tn ie mhi-itrelb nave two i or mneCa will bo given todaj mat inco aud of S'chfc" Coming. Satniday night with matinee Out of bi lit the latest en uedy success, direct from it" piotraeted New >ork run will be seen at the opera, him o The skit is a tomplete dcv-ation from conventional comtiU intro tuclns features in cliaricter and aeti n er c relj new to the btiige th latent ne id ng Tuey Aie Alter Ie a'c th Ot r Ty Ii tele Numbers fhis> Hi Throufrh etc TC in trod ic d Sever 1 etmeerted dances bj tl e coinp n arranged personally ly >Iad itue ne ti and an olto ot letii ed eeialtit-s are luioug a.n extrmmly verbiti e ouo meladint, ir< n a. aiiddmce jrrisc to i doimi m J u James MJ.Co.ie "Wales Winter Chclio tile De mores, Clurles H  next A matinee and per or will be Knrrison's On next Sunday evening at the DeGive opera house, Dr J Charles Harrison an eminent speaker specialist and will deliver the first of a series of medical ta ka to gentlemen onlv There will be no charge lor irtmNsion to thi-vlec ure Dr Harn on h is a wrtrlrt wide rtp ucation as a tnd specialibt and comes here havin f cr dentiaU troni STI h men eral Ku ell A 1 fc.tr General I A Merri t Vniteil Ciibt> Allen Mils ai il jitter cm u uf. i at on il r t uratio i Dr H rn oi s tec ur s are 1 ith 11 true, t e -md en Limn r and   hiphiy -i ken of bj the leading journals ot both con tincnts S GOOD S. PURE..........SOLUBLE........CHEAP. Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing. Having a peculiarly delicious food and drink a half cent a cup and Jtt for a prince. HOWTEK'S COCOV alwrapa was i and 1. muile lu ilolltiniL It Is ootnowladeod by the mcrt ernmtnt dootonj and anatyststbat by ttraapeclari VASHotJTEN undergone the aolnbiuty or the conrttttetmta ft fifty white tne tvbolo of tlio fibreB are softened and Tendered jaore palaublo and LorgMl Bile jn the mitld.' Aak for VA3 HDO-rKS SAnS ndte no other BATES HALL, Stocks, Bonds and Loans 14 WEST A.LABAMA STREET. Easiness Chances. DAKTIES WTH CAPITAL WOUUJ LIKE A r work nar interest in manufacturing Wood working preferred, or lumber bustaess Address C H., Constitution office___________ dtt TTOK SAIX-A riKST CLASS, NEW KEWS- F paper outfit good will and business, one of the largest -weeklies in Fine field, good circulation, splendid advertising patronage, offi- cial organ Cheap "WJil eive poBdeaaion January 1, 189irAddress care Constitution, Atlanta, Ga _ __! _ dec4dtf SALE HALF mTEttEST IN A production of elotlung for men ap- pears at pre ent in thti country to "bo diTi Ted into d stmct ready tho TejPhar merchant TT nt is kno-n-n in tnd xrade as the Plymouth Rock" idea, so mmcd from its ong natorg, tho famous Plvmoutli Kock Cbramny of Boston hat is tho cutting of clones to etc L individual s measures but mado in stich nu nt ties as to redu e the pries to ready E e "ba-: s This 18 t-io lates' Jtid no 11 ot Uar plan opening as it does to tho ira es tlio luxury of clotulng cut to order at ixnJj m uo pr -c TO Corporation Capital, Branch Store of Plymouth Hock Pants Co., dtf sat tues thur nrm AVHTtHALI. STBfcKT ATLANTA, THE POSITIVE CURE 1ulyl9-dtt Sorses. Carnages. Eta. FINE HORSE FOR SALfc-AS MT 13 aTnid ot the electric cars 1 would sell him at a sacrifice F p TliurmaB P-O Box ISK lw TAKE A LIMITED NIPMBER OF DAT j "boarders at 179 Capitol avenue, also have two tellghtful rooms References exchanged. 3 wed thurs sun .For Sale T7IKST CLASS TAB! E BOARD AXD PLEAS I? ant rooms from Whitehall 23 Brotlierton street one door 3t_ Belo GOOD RELIABLE MAS' TO buy subscription list and work it on his responfeibihtv or to take charge of raty delivery and mailing tor dally paper, must experi- ence Address Tribune-of Borne, Rome, _declt d3t__________________ _______ STOUT, 'WHITE BOY FOR stock keeper in carpet department. Apply- early Thursday n-orniujr Rhodes HftTwty Furniture Company_____ FIRST-CLASS, ACTIVE SO- TV licitors for the American ID vestment Com- pany One hundred dollars per month guaranteed to right man James L Logan, Jr secretary, 13 Broad st ____ ____aeeii-d tf__ PAINTER AT ONCE. IT Steady work to a sober man Addrese L. 1C. Westcott, 31 Whitaket st, Savannah. Ga. declidst ___ WAITED A GOOD CAS- nage biacksmitn none but a first-class maa. John ML Smith, 100 Wheat attcet. __ FOR THE UNITED STATES able bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of 2 1 and 35 years good pay, rations and. medical attendance Apply at corner Broad and. Mclutosh streets Augusta. Go. OUR BARGAIN WEEK' IF YOU WAJNT TO iret bargains in plush goods, toya books, sta tionerx novelties ete come and see us We must make room tor holiday proods We have brought on an immense stock ind are overcrowded Come quickly before eVerjthing is piclced ovfer W B. fa-lover 104 Whitehall street _____________ gS HTLP CHUCH r cushions at a great bargain P H Shook thurfn ___________._______________ TiOR AT COST TO j; out >ld eelcbrated tire proof sales Now is your time to bay fr ram 50 up Loscan, CBley Co U North Broad street dec 9 d sat tues tfaur sun_______________ T3f R LOMBARD CO ATJ I frusta Ga, are headquarters tor the best and Cheapest made___________ thu BLkGAlsTAND bTYLLhOt Wi-D" invitations are turmaharf bv tho Con Btitution Job Oflico aampTeb are e and ill 1 e sent upon receipt ot 110 need to send to INew York, we c in ise tlio mo-st fastidioab Ad (IresB Constitution Jol> QKite AU mta. .tia.______ SALESMEN TO SELL AD- H vertisiinr cards and novelties in Georgia on commission direct from manufacturer Yon can make per week. Address, Advertising Spe- cialty Co Buffalo N ______ vi ed in sun tuc thn sat mon wed Iri con _ RICHMOND VA-, JOB- bmj: House a first class dry goods an d no- _--------------- __, south Carolina. dec 9-d 3t t on faj-le man for Georgia and Address box 197 SCHOFIELD S IRON WORKS. jVIacon Ga.t one tirat ciUss machinist dec 9 3t AVELIN G S ALESUAN FOB Georgia trade Only those who can com- mand tra.ue need addreaa "Hardware." care box 614 postofnce Biltutiore____________8 10 tVCRGETIC PARTY Of every place to introduce our we havo a new line that will sell at evfery house and agents can reap a harvest between now and the holidays, will pa> a si.lT.ry of per month, it preferred, and lurnish n, team free at once, Stand- ard Silver Ware Companj, Boston, Mass octlj _________ Selo Warned- Sozird "Wanted. Sick" Headache, Weak Stomacli, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Iiiver, etc., ACTING 11RE on the vital organs, strengthening tSie muscular system, arousing with the rosebud of health The Whole P EnCi of the Humin Prame BBGcham's Pills, taken as d rectGtf, qutcbty 8ESTQRE FEMALES to conffete SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Price, 2.S cents per Box. BOARD FOR A STUDCVT OF Goldsmith Milhvnn s Business College in a private famil> northern family preferred Box. _ TO KNOW THE WHERE of tlorcnct- L Diewrv formerlx of VtUnta Important to niui Address Bux 5S, Atlanta tra thurbun _ _ A.J SCOTT SCOTT IS 4 AC LIEBMAN Keal Estate and Kentlne Atreots 2O reacli- treo St Telephone 1O75 fh CHXTCL-TIOTON WASTING 50x-to to 10 loot alley A be uty Beldoiu found fl vacant corner lot 50xIU, on NlcAlco Etrcet for a f Tnr- and nnm -Citron -Kalilii nml t-rlsi> Celerv iliin-w I rreseivud I nuts ke thi> u i few weel preee ling tan-tnii gila ive is lor tiio e that st 'reu ith eu tonuis it pn IOiid i-v morning we offer U pounds 9! fancy Turkish prunes, pounds i cenlM, small u wua for 14 cents per pound J pounds best The Terrible Fate of Albany ALBIVT Ga Decainber, 0 al "Miss Annie Bel! Camp lady about '1 years of age, fell into the fire this momnijr and was terrib v burned The fami t. "ets J roosn h use b eK frrnt 
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