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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE COSSTirUTlON: ATLANTA. GA.. 11. AisA THE STATE BOAP. TUB 8SOWS CBANGE Zachrsr Resolution to Come Up MeetinE of tfteTV, and A. Committee with the Governor Yesterday. There is BO change in the "Western and Atlantic situation Talk was plentiful yesterday and many were the views expressed npon tho appa- rent conflict between tLe lessees and tho state, but the talk developed no new situa- tions and no new theories The Western and Atlantic committee of the house met Governor Northen for con- sultation the minority of the senate finance committee maue its report against tho Zachrj TV ere the develop- ments jesterda> Todij the Zachry resell tion will bo acted upon by tuo senate There will, in all probability, ho a lively contest over this resolution, is the m nonty report of the finance committee hhows a strong opposi tion to the commission idea The Western and antic commit- tee lias gone to ork apou its neld of duty Thero was a mcc ing of tho committee jes- terday iu tho ate olhce of Governor !N or then for a coiBulta ion with rhe The letter of Hon Joseph IS Lnron, dent oj the road, stating that it IB tho purpose of the lossces not pay the taxes on tho property of tho road in Tennessee, are waon to fall clue, and tbo one from President 1 homas, the new lessee, s that he expected to re cen o tho roa 1 free of all 'were road before toe committee ami each member was c tiled upon to full ex pression of his on tho subject There was not much Only a few members e expression of their opinions and Governor him self had but little to to the committee The reniants of Governor >.orthen, however, signified his inclination to asj eedy settle snect of tho dcot of the tai.es to leiine see for tne >eir 18 0 Amount to something more thin C10 000 Governor Northen is !in favor of hr ngmp the mat er to i eat sCii toiy agreement He urges that tho Central assembly should tal o action oij it at once and lot the new leiio go into tne han 1-, of the leahoos fioo of this debt of taxes to Tennessee And it ra H seemed to bo the sense of the committee that the state should take this step at onco to pn tect its pr( i ci tv Tho committee wi'I meet again todaj Tlie Minority Keport. The report of the tmuontj of senate finaico committee ou the Zichiy resolution reads fo lows "Hr President the undersigned membe -s of the imance eonmmteo n Inch has un ler e 11 sidei -itif n A rest lution to create a con ins ion t consider tlio cla b Cwcofi the it the nd Vt "mtic r ilroad awl the to 1 re tsona r r dissenting Iruiu the maj >nty icj ort ot tlie committee wis favorable to Hit pas aid iecolutn n the f Jllowmj. t -v.it, 1 Bee uibe ire i scd t the etate of Georgia entering H to my ubitnrion Itiso r desm for tin atate t meet m i andor in f iirnoss all who m tke claims upon ler and btttle with them according to tin jtr ctt ruies of I IIMIILSU ii tCfCritv ind not tl i the uiibatisiac orj methods of an at hitra on 2 If it be WJQC to tppomt i commission as provide 1 for hi tho resolut on reported by the nzance committee its dcci ion blimihl bo binding and conclusive ai to the lightaot the P rties Theexieneiice of all bis cemonstraied the vu dun of having ippel late tribunal lor the tin d adjudic it on ot c uises 3 Becanst, the pe mie of Georgia elected t us generil assembly with die expce atiou 11 t it -won d setr e this qn ition Jiitel jg ntlv ind with etue an I Jie MECHANIC COMPACT. A. Keanlon of the Old Volunteer Company Last K-renlnGT The home of Air H C Kershaw, on Ufartm street, was tho scene of an interesting reunion, last evening The members of the old Mechanic fire company, of the volunteer department, were gathered there to spend a social evening Tea years ago the volunteer department ceased to exist, the paid department being organized then Since that time the members of No 2 have never had a reunion, nor any sort of associa- tion to perpetuate their organFzation, until last evening Mechanic Vo 2 was organized December 10th, 165G, and continued in service until the wai broke out Here is the roster of the original oigamza- tioii Barnes, president, Will- iam Kiibhtoii, vico president, L Richardson, first director J .T Koyt, second director, J t M Toj, tli rti director J M Span, Fourth duet tor, C C Khoiles secretary, J E GuJat, treasurer, Hackett and I> C ICellLy, axuien Crinkshiw, W G Kichards, WHO Cowan, G Vf T Allen, JO A Crockett F T W Shearer L Belhn- Srath, A K G W Terry, J fepillman, J M Holbrook G P Caropbttll, W T C Campbell T Biggers, O H Jones George Lijon W T Wilhamb T Gil- bert J A Tailor, W, JN Kirkpatrick, n omas Kead After the war the company was reorganized, and tho first steam firo engine over brought to Atlanta was purchased The old engine and reel hid been run into tho Georgia railroad depot and burned by Sherman 1 ho first lire tho company ever turned oufi to was the burning of the Johnson house, on. Whitehall street, -n here the Grant house now is Ihe last was the burmnt; of the Bloct cracker factory on Vlabama street ilr Kershaw, at vi liose house the old flro lad dies met last to talfc times, was chief engineer of No 2 when tho volunteer department disbande 1 Quite a numbei of the old firemen were present among them Captain Ii J Lowrv, James M Tov Henry Gullatt, Joseph Cald- well, Dr Mr Kerehaw and others The evening was very spent in ta kins of their old firemen ng the emiig tliere was dollphtfnl both vocal find instrumental Misses Emma ind Mary ICershaw sang severalsoiigs very sweetly Altogether it was a moat pleasant affair and the reunion will be looked forward to with pleasure by the laddies ot volunteer No 2 MUST COW2- DOWN stractod to tscert i n uii it issue il auy exi 11. tweca tho state and tiic lessees and ci lleet the iacts ind report to th B al .unembl Tho oC the -Kentucky Central An in low with the Jlon Cahin S Eroe one of the di-ectors of the tvcncucl Co tri railroad conhr us tho report ot tho of that roarj to tho Lou ind hv lie railroad Tho pr ce agreed upon is t.aid to oo 00 01 cent oft e capita stock valuitiou o 07 iOO ivhich it. to be Tiaid uitli I ouisvillo and villc 4 jer cent bo ids which are uoitli about The Oranite Front on The Venable Bros.1 Ram Unsafe. Tho pramto front in the Venable Bros big, hitndsouie barn is unsafe It [imbibe torn riio biiii i j une ot t-lie largest in tho south, ind is the building foi hoi-ses and mules 111 tlio southern slates Tho eutiro front 13 be of btime Mountain granite and the had touched the second story when a halt was c iheu jeaterday In some inoio by accident than other wise, it was discoveieu that the wall s Then a thorough and complete oxaminsitiou was inido resulting in a discovery ihfit tne foundation is built, was not strong enough to support the heavy granite wall Woi't on tho was stopped, and it will now be torn iway and a new founda- tion will be built The new substructure will bo and st-ong enough to support half of fatono iioimttim 1 he loas to the V enable Bros will bo about HE WAS SO 3GO, tlie But Sued for JLumpkin vs Richmond and Danville The damage case of Lumpkin vs the Georgia Pacitic division of the Itichmond and D-nvilIe railroad was concluded in tho Lnit- cd States circi it court jester laj LumpUin is iieffio an 1 was injured on the roi I on Deceuiuer 1887 near Choccoloceo, Viibama hilo in tho discharge of his duty a tire nan He claimed he was permn ne itly and incapacitated from sup- portiiijj limiHcif and that the road, was to Ola i e there ic re Ihe case ha- estL day afier he out se cral hotirs dcLidtd lint the roai was at fault, asetsb ug the damages at tt ith costs of suit Tocen atbetwe 11 faS and 12 cents llns L.IVO the juojisville tnd Nashv !lc an airlmo fio Atlanta o CJIIG nn ti oierthe 10! owniorr ads Marietta tiid Go irm i A lauti to "Mar etia Ivnoxxil e Sou ho n fccjiii Mar etta to vnox lilj t dap and Louisville from Knojvvil e to Mild borough loiisvillo -i 1 NasliMlle from to J 11 Iveiitucky Central from i to icin nati, i total dist mco cf ni es Tin route is about foitv mi e-i oiifjT 1 an t! o Old one via the lennessee a ai 1 i from Kilt xvil'e to jelluo I it ti nme in" e ill be "b it. fche sa ic 111 f tl t. I i id Naahviile is nou cuti 5 m U jn-n lent i t! o Fast 011 the .fit .uita Cincinnati route Kesij-nrrt HJs Place fc, C 10 [Spc- c al J J ler cneral manatjer ot the Chii eston Suinioi and NorEiicru ruiriad h tj resigned and mtisofJ t >fke of the CeritrjU, 1 and tnd cstern laJroad OI tlie FiCtSt Jniljcial Tipou t Is in tlie City, WiH IJfcido IHO tiv 1 Suits Jti IOL D A Pardee n ot tho fifth judic al circ with Leadqu irters at "New irtncrs Jn Guilt. mnlipliant 10 human happiness co- oncratc ior Tlieir n aio aia, biliousness paCion 1 they constitute 1 str'tit, sjndicitc tliL-j ean le overthrown w th H tttt rs.S mih Jitter inataatanconniv of cotir t 1 u 1 v p r tente So ran in Uir jl rheuu m t id 1 i i tt. aud i Vsn. H dr i T l e Ho tetter a A'manic aiiU be oi r merit Taken to buv nsnali The remind of Mm H 1> who died it the Vrovidi-n emhimaij t efore list wore fxkcn to b li Unt f r bur 1 >lra uta in th tlfty iir t jea-r of her a.nd h-tt teen ill i Ion turn Hi r mama wci-o ac omj inied tr K fc n and sister and will be 1 id torest in U JLfcUON1 S "Mo? s Lenm i Elixir pos tivelv all bil 10 STIOSS on, md on, all hie- c an i ncivous nea lacnp1? kidne% disease d loss of anp ite, Ecners chills pititioii heart and all ot.htr diseiios caused bv (hsoi Icred liver, stomach and I tho i rst of atl jO ct3 and M CD per at di Prepared o ilj bj Mozioj A_Janta Gi For coughs and cddSj Lenion Hot Drops "or hroat ind Bronchitis taite Lemon Diops I or pnt-ainon a ard L-ryngitis, take Lomon I Hot Drops Orleans arrnea m the o ty jc.terd-ij -md ,nd all throa, and Irnuj dmrmn Ins no or three dais'stay here nillbo disease take Lomon Hot Drop, the guest of Golouol A E B ick l --1 Prepared only by Pardco will decide the fol'oiriuj-coses I J5r H Moz ey, Atlanta, Ga sun tlmr Tho I m ed States O r tzsiminons et fc.uli-on United btutcs s bond Motion for a new trial J S. Broadhead et al vs Tane H Shumake 6t al Motion to remove the case to the state court Pain in chest, short ith, pain, fluttering smotherroEf, droos asuhma cuied by Dr Miles Heirt Cure, soid at druceists Free treitise hy mail Miles Med Co Elk hart, I id Tree Samples oJ D" Miles SPerMne at ami, sts Cures Headache, SleoDlessuoss, 1 its e c Salvation Oil relieves uistintlT and cures all bodily pain Price only 2 oeuts ola coroner s jury 'Died from want" JJr Ball's Coagii Syrup 23 cents. Al'tmetot weai. or lame baek, batkaclie ache Pnco 2o ceutb Trv them I w sh tl i wortd knew how good a remedy Dr B ill b Sarsapanlla is for general debility and lifcles ness me strength wbeu 1 was and my health wis f ing I ciijoy ife for the nist time m years J X) Goode, Portsmouth, O In watches we can offer you an attractive line ind we Challenge c mparionn in prices Maier tfi Berkt-le JJ Uhitchuil treet Tidriledy Can be sent by mill postpa d for 30 and 53 cents by John M ililltr, 31 Marietta street dcf Tlie Finest on The Cincinnati Hamilton Jt .Dayton rattroaa ts the only line naming i'uUiuon s 1 eitected Safety Xraias, %ltii (.hair Parlor, faieepin" and iiir sc-vrct between Cincinnati, In and. Chicago and is the only lino run- mnf, through Reehnins CUair Cars between Cin- cinmti, Keokukand Synngfleld, 111, anacotabi- oatiun Cluur aad bleepimc Gar Ciucinuati to Weareiwnjnsapreat many fieart lockets and chaxms and our necUaces with lovely First Installment And tlifl Only mrtSECT tlNK i between Cineinnata fraytan, Lima, Toledo, De- tro t, tiio Kfemona autl Canada. Ihe road is one oi tlie oldest In the state of Ohio only entering Cincinnati over twoatt- nve inilea of doub'e ti-aclt, anairoja its past record can more than assure its patrons speeii. comfort and s tety jTicteta oa sale everywhere, .aid see that they reid C H. U either in or out of Cin- cinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo E. O 3! Creueral 1'aiseneer and Ticket Agent. m We sell voa a beautiful little diamond for a child, for Cl Maiar a tt betterthan m er lot just recei-e by John. M filler 31 fLirieita atrcet dtf c Goods bought are half sold, sales VTB BaYo i cmrniutomtJu our prices arw luw Call and exunlna tbem. Jijuer atuJ Berkcle, JO TV aitehaJJ THE NOBTH SIDE PABK- THE fKOPLE IT. Hnuipliill's plan to CUva tbat Side Park Discussed Stock- holders Join TVitli The north EUUQ paik now seems an assured fact Lverbody nearly wants it And the indications are that tho park will be just vhero the Piedmont park now stands Dr S pal ding's proposition has started the hall rolling that way It was Mavor-olect Hemphill who first sug- gested tho north side park, and in discussing it on tlie Peachtree horse car, his object was to ascertain the sentiment of those around him. No one knows better than Mr Homphill the absolute necessity oi pure fresh air and the great benefit grown people as well as children dome from an honr or two passed etch summer day m such a place as Piedmont park could be made. PC Spalomgs proposition to surrender hl9 stock in the Piedmont Park Association to the City struck Mr Homphill with force, and he wiH probablv recommend the plan to the gen- eral council if che property is tendered by the Stockholders "I am myself a stockholder in tho said Mr Hemphill yesterday, I mil willingly give my stock I ha've loug observed the necessity of an out- ing place for tho north side sucb as the Pied- mont park would give and shall do all in my power to get a park on that side Maj or
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