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April 24, 1894

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arce ICES tehall Dtonlymenf t worn eii iVQ I of drinking Drs as tonics that they sfti iicine tha' le gives per. y good iff W the system jf stimulating wears o i before. If left weak racing lafter-effe icthing ment goc ns litteR ble remedy weak. effects of and debit I will rebuild eradicate I slow fever t U pleasant Ise Is small/ In medicine' lor or injure ults of tak. N BITTERS fcrichblood. te It for wo. id nervouii sn thrive ott I the familyfl ts to Y6U Interest. 0 BALTIMORE Sght ast Laki I FARE i t Con 15. 1804. h the East Te orgla railway W ex and return p only C190 got rr detailed tntorm. I reservations PPw Icket agent farnsworth Ga. w U ITO WAIT. Ia All Been w failed to g Ithls years pensl a without unless to cover tha are being sent Pip Harrison. hsioners. but to W huinber of new on ye waited to to be patient Ptor. mot la ft I singer within 1 lilty such in Irance. Her I almost local POZ1 Jiat few E Inditlons were ofrTap mce of faults l fm virtues. At fiW tarly every on Ju be the great. Ic expresstoiiT Tor ask of hi T Jshe heart other I congratulate b1 le to eritiCt5. not etc. I de la Vote Mme. pat' blished in reason Is her Ir cornrnenCmeflt 1 well were the ilcal singing W If the castran. lilque ability tflW whole music Is ed ani unsun study for the- of NllssoU le or a Wnd-ih s ROYAL ARCH MASONS Annual Meeting of tie Grand Chapter in Macon. BIBB IS AFTER THE RAILROADS Tht County Has Claim of 13800 Uod r It Glenn L w for Taxi A Boy Drowned. Maoon GA. April 23.- Special.-Quite a ii umber of members from all parts of the mate have already arrived to be In atten. Jln on the annual meeting of the grand latter of Royal Arch Masons of Georgia whVh convenes in this city next Wednesday nmrmng. and will be In session several ity The grand council of Royal and t Masters of the state will met on Hit- same day. It is the rule and practice fur the grand chapter and grand council to nimble at the same time and place. The ntlnHn now in the city and stopping at lie Hotel Lanier are committeemen who hose tA do various preliminary work before the convening of the regular session iTi Wednesday. Among those now In on are Grand High Priest J. W. Taylor. of Luthersvllle M. A. B. Tatum. of Trenton Jams 11. Mobley. of Hamilton J. p. Taylor or Senoa Orlando McClendon. of New R. O. Nisbet of Eatonton H. V. 1 of Millen John H. Jones of Elber- ton. It has been the rule or the grand chapter to t alternately in Macon and Atlanta. At the session held last year in Atlanta. a motion was made and carried by practically a unanimous vote that hereafter all the sessons be hell at Macon which Is headquarters or the grand lodge of the Free and Accepted Masons. By the rules of the chapter before the change can be made there must be an affirmative vote at two I'U""t"1'slve annual sessions. The question wll again be voted on at the session in Macon this week and will no doubt be carried. Tilt' Itnn Law. Today the county commissioners directed the county attorney. Hon. J. L. Ilardeman to institute legal proceedings to collect about t80U in taxes due the county by the Central road on its main stern from Macon to Savannah. The taxes over a period or four years- tnle tile passage of the Glenn low in JJt9 Now that the supreme court has declared the Glenn act constitutional. the county desires to collect the taxes from the Central. The Central claims that under Its charter It is exempt from taxation. The question will have to be decided by the courts and as the Central is in the hands of a receiver the matter will be heard before Judge Emory Speer. Accidentally Drowned. This morning Coroner Hodnett held an lIqUIH over the remains or a nesro boy named Charley Armstrong who was ned in Kaileys millpond near the city. The verdict was that the deceased came to s ileath from accidental drowning. The mother the boy thought that he had Ikl puriostly drowned by another negro Jihn tireeli and had the coroner to hold the inquest. The di J couldn't swim and when tarswell started to swim across the tsiil Armstrong- jumped on his buck arid threw his arms around CarswNls necl and wanted Carswell to carry him across. Carswell coudnt take the load and he sanK twice before he could shake Armstrong from his back. Armstrong sank under the water und was drowned. In the Superior Court. Judge Hunt arrived from rlltln this morning to hold ldIbb superior court tor Judze Bartlett in disqualified cases. The cases of Mrs. Kstelle Wolff of Atlanta against sundry psrtes which were fully described in The Constitution today. were postponed until the first Monday in June on Account of the unavoidable absence or Mr. Otlh J. WItTiberly one of plaintiffs attor. neys. The ease of 1. J. Clay vs. the Phoenix Insurance Company for 900 on a house destroyed by tire near Central City par was taken up. There is a similar case against the Niagara Insurance Company. Tne defense is that when the insurance was placed on the house the companies were unaware that there was a mortgage on the property. 1 Davis Turner represent Clay and Dessau & HoogEciI represent the defendants. The grand jury' also convened today and has much business before it. Several Interesting gambling cases will be heard. Her Youud Is Serious. Today Reorder Freeman bound Jim Wal. lace over to the superior court on the rha- of assault with Intent to murder his- mistress Clara Hush by staChinp her n the side with a butcher knife. Wallace vas not allowed to give bond however. out vas put in jail pending the result of the wound inflicted by Wallace. it Is not thought the woman will die though she Is seriously hurt. An Election. Today Ordinary Wiley called an election on May 12th for a justice of the peace for the 564th district to till the vacancy caused by the removal of Judge James A. Thomas. There may be several candidates. Cork on the Sewers. Gaboury Noble commenced work today en Macon's sanitary sewers. They began operations at the loot of Seventh street near Central City park and they expect to push the work rapidly. The weather is very favorable for It. eTV y Note. The Macon and Indian Springs electric railway celebrated fts first anniversary sterday The management has been very successful In the operation of the road during the past twelve months. The route of the line is through a populous section and is always well patronized. Several members of the Bibb County Confederate Survivors' Association will attend he veterans' association at Birmingham this week. tXrnest Willies entertainment tonight at the Academy of Music was very en joyable. He read a number of original pieces. He was assisted In the entertain- nient by several well known amateur musicians. Mrs. Ashton Starke of Richmond Is In the city to attend the marriage of. her sister Mica Ilah Dunlap on Wednesday at high noon. Colonel Jordan and bride will take a trip to Europe. Allen HardewY was arrested last night In Macon and Is held at police headquarters for Grftin authorities. Hardeway killed Mill Parge another negro in Griffin last week. Walter. the young son of Mr. and Mrs. toy. was buried this morning. The Macon Baseball Club will commenco a series of games on the home diamond tots. rrow. U hile Hon. Henry Home. president of the Macon Exposition Company is north nn-i west he will secure a number of attractions for the Dixie interstate fair. The exhibition Is enlarging to mammoth propor- rnni Demands are numerous for space and the indications are there will be more exhibitors than ever before collected at a fair in lacon. ltUNtEl THE DENTIST. The TOUt1L Poller Had Slandered People and We unIAhed Columbus Ga. April. A number ut Columbus people have been mak ing strenuous efforts recently to discover the identity or the Columbus correspon- lUnt of The Sunday Sun a sensational sheet published In Kansas City. Today his name was learned and as a result Adolphus Jones received a terrible beating at the hands of Mr. Hockley M. Thomas a young clothing merchant of this city. A short time ago a special dated Columbus. Ga. appeared In the above publication. The article was of a slanderous nature throughout. and hundreds of marked copies or the paper containing the Columbus items were sent to various parties here. The ar- tirle was an expose I several alleged scandals. In one of which Mr. Thomas was re. ferred to as the fastidious llockley. With tins exception icUtfous names were used but the communication we-S so inrericusly constructed as to enable a reader acquaint- 1 in the city to readily understand whom the writer referred to. Sonic at the best people of Colums. men acid me were t represented as living ives or debauchery. When the paper oand us way. Into tile city there was a sensation. The article from Columbus was discussed on all aides and. indignation at its slanderous content ran Parties Mt towpfSf at onteto dis cover the author. The editor of the vile sheet refused to dlseloae the name of the correspondent anti it was it mere accident that the discovery was made. Thomas Make. a Discovery. An Atlanta news dealer happened to can at Thomas's store thla morning nail during a conversation the Atlanu. genUtunan mentioned Incidentally the tact that The Kansas City Suns Columbus agent had endeavored to get him to represent that paper in Atlanta. This was exceedingly in terestlog to Mr. Thomas who was eager to learn the correspondents nnae. He was informed that the llbellous writer was Adolphus Jones a young dentist who recently opened an office on Broad street. Tills information together with other facts In Mr. Thomas's possession convinced film that Jones was the man and he proceeded forthwith to the latter's office and gave the young dentist a whipping that he will probably never forget. Thomas went to the dentists office un. armed and alone called hlnno one side and told him he came to whip him for writing the slanderous communication. Jones protested his Innocence of Its authorship and called Thomas a liar whereupon Thomas knocked him down and proceeded to punish him severely using his fists as weapons. Thomas's action in the matter Is generally commended. The difficulty attracted but little attention as Jones's office Is up stairs and Thomas was not arrested. A 6000 Ire Four residences in the southern portion of this city were destroyed by fire this af. ternoon. The total loss Is about 6000. The property is partially covered by insurance. An alum spring was discovered almost in the heart of Columbus today. The spring Is on a disputed piece of property being claimed by both the city and the Central railroad. V WORU WAS KILLED. No Doubt Is Entertained That He Was Murdered b White Caps. Ellljay Ga. April The kill- tng of Henry Worley last Thursday was not In Murray county but was in Gmer county near the line of Murray. Coroner John Hunnlcutt accompanied by Sheriff II. at. Bramlett arid Ordinary A. M. Johnson. returned late Saturday night after holding an Inquest. which lasted two days Woriey was to be tried at Kllijay as a white cap for assisting in whipping Hood Nailer in this county two or three years ago. Court was near it hand and he was almost sure to be convicted. He had threatened 1 is currently reported to give the names of 100 whte caps and It is believed by almost every one here that the white caps killed him for this us they had hanged him to the same tree to which a negro was hanged. This is supposed to have been tended as a warning to Wortey never to reveal the names of any or Die whte caps. When one company or white caps hanged Worly another rushed in and cut him down. This was near Carters Quarter In Murray county two weeks ago Friday night. Worley returned home and did not leave the county. The coroners investigation brought out the facts that WorltY was plowing in his field last Thursday when he was shut live times by parties only a few feet way. from hint. Threi witnesses were sworn Worleys little year daughter Bradley Thorton. a farmer who lives a mile away. and Mr. Burgess a in law to Worley. The little grl had been sent to a neighbors house near by for a heel huh for her fathers plow. As she left the held Bradley Thornton came into it. He talked with Worley nearly an hour. and while he was there three men came near and asked If a turkey had flown over the field stating that they had shot at one which came in the direction of the field. These men were told that no turkey had been seen and they' left going in different directions and Thornton also left in another direction going home. Thornton swore that as the three men were going over the hill one of them fired his gun and went forward and stooped down as if to pick up something but had nothing In his hand when he rose up. At this time Thornton went out or sight over the hill to his home where his family were blowing the dinner horn. He found at his house a subpena to attend a revenue trial at Dal- ton and went on at once and did not hear that Worley was killed till that night at 10 o'clock. Mr. Burgess swore that he saw the mule Worley was plowing run away and that he saw three men run out of the field immediately after the firing of several guns. This was soon after Thornton left and the tracks of the men showed that they had been within six feet of Worley when he was shot. Burgess did not go to the scene. He was plowing in an adjoining field. Mrs. Worley was also sworn and stated that she saw four disguised men running away in sight of her house which was some distance from the scene of the killing. All who were seen to run were strangers. This murder has stirred up considerable feeling in this county and the governor will be petitioned to offer a large reward for the capture of the sullty parties. PROBABLY ONE CRIMINAL LESS. This One Committed thtrtsnal Crime. No Tidings of Him. Brunswick Ga. April Special. reached Blunswlck today of a dastardly assault committed at Jamaica Saturday by Rob Evarts. a black brute. The victim was Miss Tornmie Howe the year daughter of James Howe a prosperous and highly respectable farmer of that community. Evarts escaped but was afterwards captured and is somewhere between Bruns- wick and Jamaica In the custody of Constable Blount or is swinging from a limb. Constable Blount started for Brunswick with his prisoner but the route is slow and tedious and Evarts may make his escape o he may be captured by the citizens. Evarts is anoted criminal. On Trial for Murder. Athens Ga. April The case of the state versus Oscar Saxon charged witlY the murder of J. Matt Thurmond in east Athens last November began today in Clarke superior court. Thur. mond was found dead at 9 o'clock one night by Policeman Rose with a bullet hole through his brain. Circumstantial evi- dence pointed to Saxon. Fourteen witnesses were sworn today. Solicitor Russell represented the state and Messrs. E. T. Brown and S. J. Trlbble. the defense. The case may be concluded by tomorrow night. "Bangs's son has a wonderful Influence ovei' him. Bangs goes to church regularly now. How did he persuade his father Well you see he's only three months' old and it was either go to church or take care of the baby. The Old Friend with the red Z on every paekase. It' the Klnjr of User Medicines 1 Ht- ur than pills and t ke the place of Quinine nd Calomel. 1 ke nothlnc offered you juf' uo tltte. I. U. Zellla t Hille looking for Burglars an Augusta Man Sonnds Himself. SHIPPING LIQUORS TO SOUTH CAROLINA The Filmetto But People Are Evidently ielbrstlog the Death of the DUpen- wry Law-A Female Tramp. Augusta Ga. April 23. Special. There were two failures today both small. The dry goods house of 1. V. Frank was closed by the sheriff under foreclosure of mortgagee amounting to 2600. J. Edelsteln gave a mortgage to Abe Cohen on his stock for 1435 which was foreclosed. George W. Van Pelt druggist today gave mortgages on his stock amounting to 54771. Frank W. Capers a prominent attorney accidentally shot himself this morning. Mr. Capers who lives on the hill thought' some one was burglarizing his house about daybreak. He got up and with pistol in hand. searched the premises. While walk. lag about the pistol was accidentally dis charged and the ball entered the calf of his lei. He Is not seriously wounded but will be laid up some days. The liquor men of Augusta are feeling very happy now. They have been notified by the express company and railroads tnut liquor will be received for shipment Into Carolina in any shape whatever packed or unpacked. They have been sending liquors and wines to Carolina all along but at times their losses were considerable when the constables would discover their pack. ages and confiscate them. Many schemes were gotten up to get these consignments through safely and some of them worked successfully. Orders for drinkables poured In today anti will continue to do so until the people all through the state are supplied. A Female Tramp. The first woman tramp that has ever come to Augusta rolled in this morning. She came in on the bumpers or the early Georgia morning train from Atlanta and did nut deign to change her position or to move a peg until the car on which she hail taken passage had rolled into the un'.on depot. She had been on the blind baggage the greater part of the night. Much sympathy was shown her at the depot. The employes provided her with breakfast and gay" her a small amount of money. A wo- man tramp was something unique to them. She said she was a worker in woolen mills and her object in coming to Augusta was to endeavor to get employment in some of the factories here. She declined to give her name. The seccnd week of the superior court Opend this morning with the trial of the c se of Davis vs. Turner. It is Quite a traveled case having been brfore the su- pietno court of the toiled Slates gong there from the supreme court of Georgia. It involves the title to a lot of land In this city on the corner of MiPcr and Campbell streets and has been before the courts lor the last lifteen years in one way or aiother. Confederate Veteran The Augusta delegates to the Confederate Survivors' Association to the encampment of the United Confederate Veterans' Association which nieces in Blrmngharn Veunesuay anu Tnursday of this week left tonight tor the Ma ic City. The delegates are Dr. George j. Howard. j iu run Albert It. Saxon Henry S. Todd and John Harris From England. Mr. J. H. Weisford of Liverpool. England th manner of the Johnston line of steamers of the direct trade line between Port Royal and Liverpool arrived in Au. gusta today. He has come here to see the cotton exporters and to arrange to get the shpplng next year. Mr. WelSIonl is a prominent broker in. Liverpool and does an extensive International business. He will visit Atlanta on his way to the west. Personal. Mrs. E. B. Hook returned today from Atlanta after several weeks' visit to relatives. Miss Grace Connelly of Augusta who is in Pars will soon wed Mr. Lgo Gregornl son of Colonel and Mme. Gregorinm nee Bingham of Bologna Italy. Miss Connelly is a niece or Mr. Henry B. King of this city and also of the marchioness of Anglesy whom she is now visiting. Her grandfather was the late Judge John R King who once represented Georgia in the United States senate. She is pretty and highly accomplished. Miss Pauline Sledge has gone to Atlanta to visit relatives. Miss Richter. of Madison who has been visiting Mrs. Charles D. Carr has returned home. Miss Elizabeth Patterson of New York Is visiting Miss Lillian Hyde. Richmond county's democratic executive committee will meet on Thursday to decide when and how the delegates from this county to the gubernatorial convention shall be elected. The announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Rebie Vason of Augusta to air. A. J. Salinas of Charleston. The marriage will occur on June 14th and they will go to Europe on their bridal tour. Miss Vason Is one of the handsomest and most stylish young ladies In this city and she has been a social favorite ever since her debut. Miss Marie Allen has returned from a visit to Washington city. In the Interest of Immigration. Augusta Ga. April 23. The Southern Interstate Immigration and Industrial Association of which Hon. M. T. Bryan of Nashville is president with prominent members from fifteen southern states and southerners in northern states with all trio governors of southern states as honorary members will hold an important convention in Augusta May 310th. Uvernor Wortnen will Issue the call for a convention and de liver an addr. es or welcome. With Masonic Ceremonies. Elberton Ga. April K.- Colonel L. 1. Stephenson. the contractor for the new courthouse has the massive founda. tlon walls about completed. The corner stone will be laid on May 3d with proper Masonic ceremonies. Colonel John P. Shan- nno. grand master of Georgia has arranged a beautiful programme. Past Master John H. Jones has been commissioned to conduct the ceremonies and Past Master Frank II. Fremont windellyertheMasonic address. CAST POX THE BEACH. Six Lives Lost by the Sinking of the Lot Angeles. Monterey Cal. April 23. It Is now known that six lives were lost by the loss of the steamer Los Angeles at Point lighthouse on Saturday night. Three bodies were cast upon the beach near the lighthouse those of Timothy Nolan fireman of the steamer Fitzgerald a passenger and a hostler named Sanders of Los Angeles. It is also known that S. N. Sheridan a persenger from Ventura and a Chinannan from Los' Angeles were drowned. A son of Mrs. Augusta Curtain of Los Angeles died from exhaustion In' one of the life boats. The Los Angeles was an old steamer nd was crowded with passengers from southern California ports bound for the Midwinter fair at San Francisco. All are accounted for. They were taken from the wreck by her own life boats. but could not land on the mainland owing to the heavy surf. They found' refuge on a small Island. whence they were afterwards taken by the steamer Eureka another coaster. The last of the people of the Los Angeles were rescued from the vessels top masts shortly before It went under. Fireman Sanders was drowned in trying to swim through the breakers whets the attempt to' make a land log on the main chore waa abandoned. The see outside the breakers was calm or all hands would have been lost. A Riot la Hungary. Perth April A mob of socialist agrarians made an attack upon th municipal building at Haldmezo Vasrahely Hun- gary. . yesterday evening and threatened to demolish It. The police were able to hold the mob at bay until they could summon reinforcements when they charged' upon thecrowd and They mpbSk made another ssanlt Hpouth e the crowd kiljlnjrtwo eMwoimdln dozen or more. A. tte :9rhu&a then cleared the streets- and the police completed their work. by arzeslig the ringleader of the mob. r' JESSE SELIGHAX DEAD. The WeUuKnowft Capitalist Passes Away ottthe Pacific Coat. San Francisco Cat April Jesse Sell- man died at the Hotel Del Corado this morning. Jesse Ssi1gman banker and philanthropist was one of eight brothers born In Baldoodoef Bavaria Jesse Seligman being born in 1823. The boys were all given excellent education but. as the family grew up they emigrated La turn to America where a wider field for their energies awaited them. Joseph Stligman the oldest or the brothers wasalready well established in the new world. when. by his efforts three others of the brothers. Including JESSE MAX. Jesse came over in 1840. Young Seligutan immediately began to do an active peddling business throughout the poorer quartets and suburbs of New York which he continued until 1849. by which time he had saved a snug little sum of money. Then the gold fever of till struck the country and Jesse Seligman followed the westward drift not to search for gold but to es- tabtteh a clothing business in San Francisco. Here he did a thriving business for two years when the big fire of 1851 occurred sweeping every storehouse In San Francisco away except that of Seltgman. It happened at the time that he had a very heavy stock of goods on hand and thus had a virtual corner on the market. He was not slow to Improve the opportunity which fortune had thrown in his way closing out it last probably the most profitable sale of goods ever held west of the Rockies. He remained in San Francisco until 1857 when he was Induced to return to New York by his brothers who werfe doing a thriving bus ness in the metropolis. About the close of the war they determined to open the banking house which has since borne their name. and which eventually included alt eight of the Sellgman brothers. The banks connectloss soon be- came world-wide establishing branches in most of the principal financial enters of Europe and in this country in San Francisco and New Orleans with connections in South America and the West Indies. In 1880 ph Seligman died which left Jesse Sellgrnan at the head of the vast banking business. Mr. Seligman has been a confidential adviser of several secretaries of the tress- ury and has be n regarded as one of the soundest and most astute of the financiers of Wall street. During the panic of the famous Black Friday" the bank of Selig. man Brothers stood firm as' a rock as it has done through all the patties of the past twenty years. In. addition to the business of the firm Mr. Sellgman has taken an active part tn great many other enterprises and has been noted for his broadminded policy and liberality in numerous charitable undertakings. He has been liberal not only with the charities of his own race but also an active member of many other charitable organizations. Mr. SeKgnmn leaves three suite and three daugh- tees. He has always been a conscientious adherent of the Hebrew faith and was a regular attendant at religious services. In his later life he was an enthusiastic promoter of the railroad connections through the southwest to Mexico having a firm faith In the vast future of the commerce between the tnlted States and Its sister republics to the south. He was also interested through his bank house in the Panama canal enterprise. THE DEATH" ROLL. Carroilton Ga. April 23. Spedal. Mrs. Mary L. Adamson who has been in te bl health for several years died this after- noon. She was the mother of Judge W. 2. Adamson Mrs. R. D. Jackson or this city G. R. Adamson. of Bowden the aunt or Dr. H. C. McDanlel of this city a cousin of Governor McDanlel. and the late Weldon Mltchel of Atlanta. Although she was in feeble health her death came unexpectedly. She was the widow or the late J. W. Adamson of Bowden. Her mruu will take place tomorrow at Bowden. uric superior court adjourned out of respect to her- death. Smyrna Ga. April 23. Speclal. Mr. Babe Lemon died hero today af the residence of his brother Mr. John Lemon. H was one years old. The funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Wednesday morning at Marietta. Mr. I I want to sell my farm In Jersey. Real Eestate Agent What Is the price Mr. Delawanrft Id like to get 115000 Real Estate That's pretty high for a farm. You'd better call it a country seat. and ask Life. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many who live bet. ter than others and enjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health 01 the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas. ant to tile taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has riven satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of tile medical profession because it acts on the Kid- iey liter and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fin is for gale by all druggists in 50c and 81 bottles but it ii manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only whoseraameja printed on every package also tile name Syrup or Fin imi being you will not" ptony substitute if offered. e H5 T X" ITS A BRIDGE That toe People of toe First Ward Stoald HariOrer the Alabama Street Tracks. THEY ARE NOW TO AN EXTENT ISOLATED And They Want to Have a Closer and Better Connection with the Center of the City. wm Atlanta take much more time to de ride when the Alabama street bridge shall be built ? The people in the western part of the city have been clamoring for an ingress to the heart of the city for years and now people in the heatt of the city are begging fftr egress to that section. As the surface of the ground lays now the people of the first ward at least of the larger part of the ward. are cut off from the rest of the elty by a. network of railroad tracks on all sides. It is impossible to reach almost any part of the ward without crossing railroad tracks over which trains of freight cars and engines are constantly plying and which ofttentimes obstruct pedestrians and vehicles. All of this has made the first ward people a little angry and for the past three or four years they have been calling for a closer connection with the city in which they live and to which they pay taxes yearly to keep it moving along. But up to the present the calls have been disregarded by the city council and now the people over in that ward are trying to secure a separate ward which will give the people In that section a representation so that they may make their own fight in the city legislature for what they want. Not only do the railroad tracks cut the people oft from a direct communication with the heart of the city but it has so far prevented that portion of the city from securing the water that It needed to fight fires to flush sewers and to wash the streets when needed. It has too prevented the proper sewer connections to a certain extent. Hut probably one of the greatest disadvantages the situation has caused the ward is one which has been one of the greatest troubles Chief Joyner has had since he assumed command of the Atlanta. fire depart nient. In fact no resident of that section of the city s more displeased with the situation that Cap Joyner. end it is good cause he has for being displeased. It is In that section of the city he has sustained some of his heaviest losses by fire and the loss was due not only to the lack of water but to the inability of the fire department to reach the scene of the fire. Those who know Chief Joyner are aware or the Interest he takes in his work and they all know how hard he works to save the property of the people of Atlanta who have shown their confidence and faith in him. That he should advocate anything which will help the people out over on that side of the city is nothing but natural with Chief Joyner who is always ready and anxious to help those In distress. Talking of the matter yesterday Chief Joyner satd The members of the city council evidently do not know how much that portion of the city is isolated. If they did they would do something to relieve them. The matter of water and sewers Is a. matter of vital consideration with them and should be given attention at once. But one of the most Important things is an avenue by which that section of the city can be reached In case of fire. Especially so Is it to me and to the cy generally over which I and my men are watching at night when people ore asleep. I cannot rea h that section of the city unless I go across the Forsyth street bridge andthen down Marietta street and across a railroad or go over the Nelson street bridge and then cross a a railroad track to get to some portions of that section. By any other route I must cross railroad tracks. too. and many is the time the wagons have been stopped by trains. That stopping meant too that the fire was gaining headway all the time and that the chances of the department for good work when the scene. was reached were diminished. Now if the situation was thoroughly understood the council would give the de partment an outlet to that portion of the city. There has been talk about that Alabama street bridge and that it Is necessary any one who keeps track of the fire department will realize. If the city cant build the bridge then let the city make the turn from Alabama street into Madison avenue and then tunnel under the railroad tracks on that street to the other side. This would be cneaper than the bridge but the bridge would be the most desirable. Something ought to be done. and done at once and the quicker It to done the better off the city will be. I would like to see a fine bridge over the railroads there at the end of Alabama street but If the city cant spare the money for the bridge then let the City In Justice to the people in that section of the city and in justice to the fire departthent give us a tunnel under Hunter street. WILL CELJIIS1tATE. Atlanta Odd Fellows to Observe Their Seventy-Fifth AnnlTer ary. The Odd Fellows of Atlanta are making arrangements for celebrating the seventy- fifth or diamond anniversary of their order on the evening of the 26th instant. The exercises will take place in McDanlel hall at 117V4 Whitehall street beginning prmptiy at o'clock. The halt Is one of the largest In inc city having a sealing capacity of 75 or ted. The exercises on Thursday evening will take place In the presence of the members their families and their friends. The Odd Fellows however will not participate in these ceremonies except as in invicluals. The exercises of titer anniversary celebration are prescrIbed by the supreme laws of their orcier and will te observed in the same manner throughout the world. The growth of the Odd Fellows has been something phenomenal. The order was established in America in the City of Baltimore on April mu making this toe seventy anniversary of tile order in Anwrica. There are now over 300000 members of the order in the United states ado UiflaO alone. xine establishment of the order in Georgia occurred in iu and toe jrr md lodge of utorgia. w ui estaoiiaued In tie IOiluWlflg seat During ui month of Maren i i the semi-centennial was celeorated in cia- vuinan with imposing cei euiuiues. inert are now wver KO loupes In Georgia with an aggregate meuiberMiip so oust One present ulncers VI toe grand louge of Georgia are Ueore O. Berry of Columbus" grand r. jitej. KCV. A. C. Ward of Atlanta deputy grand master. A. M. Manucy. of Savannah grind warden. Mayor John Ii. Goodwin. of Atlanta and Kcbert T. Uamel of Urtitln grand representatives to the sovereign grand lodge. John U. Dens of Macon grand secretary. John S Tyson of Savannah. grand treasurer. In addition to these there are several appointed officers. Atlanta has perhaps the largest membership in the suite. There are six lodgas with a combined membesnip of JlvO Among tOe leading memoers of the lodges here may be mentioned tne lollowm well- known gentlemen Mayor John B. Goodwin Dr. H. C. Hutchison Judge James A. Anderson. Judge J. B. Bloodworm Hon. A. L. Konu a. t Mitchell. L Z. tosser S. C. Mosley J. L Miwn. A. J. Stewart and others. The officers chosen to officiate at the anniversary celebration are from several lodges and are as follows Presiding officer Ralph Wright. deputy grand master of Barnes lodge. Vice grand Alex Pittler. of Schiller lodge. Secretary Jack B. Stewart. of Central lodge. Chaplain Rev. A. C. Ward deputy grand muter of the state. This is the programme of the exercises Call to order by presiding officers. Singing of opening ode of the order with music by band. Regular anniversary exercise as prescribed and published for the occasion. minute addresses by each of brothers-H. C. Hotchison of Barnes lodge A. L. Kontz of Cens1 lodge L. Z. Rosser. of Capitol lodge d. Franklin of Schiller lodge U W. Brwer of Atlanta lodge E. IL Mitchell of Myrtle. MusZe. Addresses of ten minute. each by Rev. A. C. Ward deputy grand master J. G. Bloodworth. grand representative 1. A Anderson past grand. muter. J THE GAME TODAY. The Atlantas 1111 Go Against the lei Orleans Team. CONOVER WILL PITCH FOR ATLANTA While the Infield Will Be Quits Different from What It Was When the Team Was Here Last. The Atlantas will meet the New Orleans team this afternoon for the first time this season. The New Orleans team stands fourth in the race for the pennant having won five out of the nine games played. The team is considered by many one or the strongest in the association and the fight between Campaus men and Sullivan's kids wm be an interesting one. The Atlantas are In filth place and it Sullivan pulls out a victory this afternoon he will tie the New Orleans team for fourth place. That he will try to do this he swears by all the good ball he has pla ed in th past. He will put up what he considers his strongest team and make the right or the season for the game and says that he will win it. But that remains to be seen. The New Orleans team will show Campau one of the hardest hitters in the work in the. outfield with big Lew Whistler on first. Behind the bat will be found Schabel who once caught for Atlanta and who was quite a favorite with Atlanta tans. Braun who is looked upon as one of the starpitchers of the association will be in the game and will show the Atlanta people what he can do In the way of putting them over the plate for the Atlanta hatters. Sullivan will show some changes in his men today. Billy Gelss will be. on second and Joe Burke will be on third while GU. man will be tried in the outfield. The two teams will be ATLANTA. POSITION. N. ORLEANS. Conover pitcher Braun Boyle catcher Schabel Ryan first base Whistler Gelsa second base Koat Burke third base Dowlo Hollohan shortstop Kennedy Ashenback left field Campau Oilman center field Collins Boland right field Hailer The game will begin at 3:30 o'clock anti the grounds can be reached in he minutes from the heart or the city. Senon Tickets Vow on Sale. Books containing sixty tickets have been placed on sale in the city and are offered at no. The book is of the coupon character and any one holding a book can use as many' tickets from it at ore time as he desires. The books will be found at StlvemmansBeer manns Boggans Stelnaus Waiters's and other places in the city. Manager Sullivan is anxious to regain the ground he has lost since leaving home anti will do all he can to pull out the game today. Two Atlanta Men Signed. Greenville S. C. April 23. The Greenville Baseball Club has signed Craig and Coppedge of Atlanta. National League Games At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 40100020L I hits. 12 errors. 2' Washington 001300000 4 hits 8 er- rors. 3. Batteries Weyhlng and Clements Stockdale and McGuire. At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 000210100 4 hits. 4 er cars 5. Boston 104000002 7 hits 5 errors 3. Daub and Klnslow Lovet and Merrltt At St. Louts- St. Louis 002000002 4 hits 7 r- rar A Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 III 0 0 3 hits S errors s. Batteries ltensteln anti Buckley Eli- ret and Sugden. At Baltimore New York no same At lixunnati Chicago no game. At Louisville- Loulaville-Clevelan'l. no game. Memphis Places. Memphis Tenn. April 23. The Gaston Hotel stakes for year was won today by A. W. Newsotne Cos Laureate. The gelding was entered with Ed Corrigan's Linseed who got second money. beating Sallie Woodford in a driving finish. The weather was cloudy and cool and the track fast. The handicap was won by Chant from St. Pat and J. P. B. in 1:56 the best mile and an eighth or the meeting. First race. six furlongs Buekrene. S to 2. won. Hibernia Queen second. Ellen third. Time 5:17. Second race selling six furlongs. Wiglit- man 9 to 5 won Domingo second. General Ross third. Time. 1:30. Third race Gaston Hotel stakes for two- year-olds 1000 added four furlongs Laureate. 5 to I won Linseed second. Salile Woodford third. Time W Fourth race selling one mile McLlght B to I won Wauhatchie second Kambler third. Time. 1:44. Fifth race handicap one and one-eighth miles. Chant 7 to 5 won St. Pa second J. P. B third. Time 1:56 Sixth race purse winners one mile. Prince Carl. 4 to I won Ducal second. Oak wood third Time lftH4. Real merit is characteristic of Hoods Sarsaparilla and it is manifested every day in the remarkable cures the medicine accomplishes. PIITOtIRAPHS As Good as the Best. We notice that Mr. Motes advertised In The Journal that he would make as good photographs for 90 cents per dozen as we charged L75 for now. We want the public to know that we never considered Mr. Motes's gallery called the Atlanta Photo Company to be. a competitor of ours as far as quality and work was concerned even when they charged their regular price. We compete only with Mr. Motes in the work that he charges the public J4 per dozen for at his other place. We will give just as good work fcr 175 per dozen and guarantee satisfaction. ANGLIN RANDALL. If you want the time set your watch by the Delkin chronometer. Whitehall street. S Low Rates to Memphis. On April 38th and May 1st and 3d the Georgia Pacific railway will sell round trip tickets to Memphis at half rates. These tickets are sold on account of the general conference of the Methodist church and will be good returning until June lit The Georgia Pacific via Birmingham Is the only throigh Pullman car line between Atlanta and Memphis. april to 3flta. Water Cure Sanitarium. Is permanently located in Griffin Ga to re ceive and treat all Invalids. Send postage stamp for circular. Uach U 194. DR I. M. ARMSTRONG Proprietor. mar 18-12 in. Grand auctioiTtomorrow at Union Square. See notice. Beechams Pills are faithful friends. The Greet Baptist Special. This elegant and fast train will run hi the Georgia Pacific railway via Birmingham leaving Atlanta at 830 o'clock p. m. May 8th and arriving at Dallas Tex. at f a. m. Slay 10th. Through elegant Pullman sleepers and coaches connecting at Birmingham with free reclining chair cars- through without change. The Georgia Pacific is tMe short route to Texas. Round trip tickets will be sold May 7th. 8th and Sth at rate one fare for the round trip to Dallas. good returning within thirty days from date of sale. These tickets will be good on all trains. both going and return. lag and the patrons of the Georgia Pacific- will- not only secure the most superior rout but have on this route the company of very prominent Baptists anti. citizens of the south. For particulars apply to A A Vernoy oatsenger agent or W. H. Tayloe district passenger agent Georgia Pacific railway. Atlanta. ft. Reunion Confederate Veteran Birmingham. Ala. April 25th and 26th. One tare for the round trip via Georgia Pacific railroad. Tickets' we April 2lth. 25th and 26th. This is the short line. The best line. Su perior train service andPallmancarJac comniodatlons. an axe to grind tells you that he has sprnethraf as good as" or thW" as Pearline. but one reason i to him by your substitutes. But how is it What reason can wanting to take the Certainly not econom Pearline leads to the great economy in every rectioi saves the most mot clothes and health. grocer sends you an be honest send it back ftetj LOSTOBFUJIi i s General and Nervost Debility Mind. Effects of or Excesses in Young. Robust Manhood Sully Rests How to. Ema Strengthen Weak,1 developed Parts of lately inifall Treatmtnt- day. Men testify from 80 States and Countries. Write them. Descriptive ERIE MEDICAL CO. Buffalo. I The carrying Pullman SII era and Dayjljldac through to DaJlas lei Atlanta May 8t m. via Montgomery Orleans and Maya reaching Dallas Mayrl 7:00 a. nt 2490 for round. coupon stations. Slip tickets read iB P. L. N Roads. DR. SPICER I guarantee to. cure ropta partial or complete without the knife or ligature and without deteaj business. 7rf5 I gurantee to cure rectal ulcers. fissures. use of the UgatureAta treatment Is- stmplei and effe danger and without pala I have had very' rten li the treatment of all fornu of t the bladder. having removed twetu gravel stones welghmg from one i to four and One lf jounce sT' lion can be seen at ray NO CURE NO p Correspondence Dr. Jas. 48 Wall Street KLLWIM Scientific Optici 04 Mirietti street. set up anti operated t machinery TMbroujl t late this u-- Hire been tn first to Introduce wry Improvement. Their retail a g gp TAX The books state and county tax come forward nl returns as f ble as my timeas T. M. ceiver Fulton tet 1st Consolidated Migei Dm It has been deemed deira I tkit rnittee acting soleiy Its the InWre U' First Consolidated/ ilort ise Boi of the Savannah andWestern Company should b formed. and the i signed at the request of holders of amount of such bond havecoma Let as such committee. afeSJSJ i It is of the I greatest- Importance Interests of bondholders that posit of bonds should b made Bondholders re requested to u. bonds with the Mercantile Trust- New York. at once. Copies rftL merit can b obtained rom the Trust pang or Irons any of the undersigned LOUIS Frrzar V. 1 COLSTON.- U thure sat will buy home adjoining Tnmn car Use and. twentyminute Those having" already bought I A tarns J iL BrooksJyAjBr 1L V. Coleman MrsMc ley. O. M Bisho ter. S. TV aib Anderson. vAS J B wrteht j MWar rent Come toer-erat your own borne- Coun y a UDder tb. Law 23. liuml r rm mbt rs tat hh Vedn day IrrJI 1Ij dl 1 1Sters t 11. th ( Ore n W 1. wnan I t f tt1 h r tr hI' b son h d annu l :11 Ia" ts t Ba 1 89. un tr dt. ldld rv SIJ r. Int II \1\ Ch irley 1 ned th h. mth r I th tlr wnd J. hn ilr wtli. tt deast1 tart ll hj carr him l d n a I n Dil q orc soe t Wimberlyoneof hou e park. tal n t 1n urance e 6 gran ca To ay R rrter hi stl lJing- in Hid wl thouh 1 hur n Electon. Wiey caled a electon ay 1th a jutce 5th dlstrlt aecy cause JImes th toda sniary peratio fot expct lush rpidly. rr I. 1eIY lote. Iaco Indln Spings electic ri way celebtE trt alnversar Htfrdlr maageent ha ben ver operatin' urln Te rute thf lne secton I wel patronze. S Survivor' Alto Wl ated veteans' asoaton Wils entetalnmtt a Aca emy wa en- numbr orignal asiste entertln- mfn s erl weJ can. Ashtn Rihmond atend mige I s 1ah Dunap Weneday non. wt tak Iurope. Allfn areed Ist aon polce hedquarters author Hareway kied Hil nego Grifn lat 1ffk. ad r. io\ wa bule mrig. wl comec diaond Wt hilt HlT Hore th. I aeon Exp8iton Compny al,1 wi trtons fai. fxhib on enlarglng o pror- t r Dmnds ar inicatlons J exhittors bfon' coleted fai' lUtDED The Toutl Poler lacl d P on ulbus prl A llllr pople ma- t laUOU etort recenty iJenti\ d nt The Su sensatonal vublishc Kanss Todly Is Ime learne a resul Jons relelved terible 1 r. Hokley I cty. I tme dde I bu te rublkaton wa slndenus natue I hUleJs marke th. ontlnmg Columul varou partle. a- I 11le tf S al gfd pcn. I Ole Tnomls re i f re,1 t tub excepton ettoll5 nae USe1 bt th. communl tlon WES s Inyeriuly construlted IS rtadr ac.qtalnt- d il raiy une tand refered Sne Columl mer wre cpltsnted lvig I debucer Wlen pap ito ct wa sensaton tce fr wa discsd Ie Ildlsnaton sla deoU et ur h pU st n Yto cvr te outor. T eitor' te VJe' Ihet rfuse dlsci0 me te corendent nl I wa amtN tcldAt clscve wa ma. DleoeF A Atat nes aer hnprne Tomus tor th:1 mtrulg durn converUon te Atant Ientlman tone IncIdentaly t t be Kn- la Ciy olumbu devore r1presen p i Atanta. Thil W exeenGly in- teretng t Wa ege t ler te cepndents 1 wa Infore lblous WIS Adolphu Jone dentst r centy opne otce Broa stret. Tls Inforaton wih fact Tomas's convince lm Jone a procelde later8 ofce r dentst wi forget Tomu dentists are caled hin to ani writng caled lar whereupn knoked proceeld tst acion enfraly commende. difculty attrate I lite atenton otce I stair arreste. 60 reidences souther thls ternon. abut S6O. partaly Inurance. Iring dIscovere toda I dl puted propery caimed rairad Y I a Iardeed Whie alIa. EJljay The kl- a Iuray nea lne 1 uray. Hunniut acCompned Shlif I. L Hramlel Ordinar I Johns n. retured al trie Eliay a thi ao. was t ad thraleld rored th. namfS leved amost ver I kllel ro al ha whih I hange. ha ve waring V orley I nfver allY tll whie rhrd tnd tuartfr I nihl orley retured hor. tlil croners at I I eld 111 tmes onl f I itnes e wor- lite dau ter I l\e5 mie away. jr. Thi lttle blt hEr th. Brdley Thorton lae It talkr wih whie wa the. akld town feld I dirrtion teld. tat I lef. diferent dlreton Thorton lef I diretion Tonton I the hi o fire ad stoopd I I gght hi famiy atend tht kle ti otok ore mile rn ad I teld Immlately afer fring severl 801 afer Thorton tr k tl en wihin Vorle scre. plowin ajoinig teld. wa al o swor state dlslsld rnnig awy whih distnce frm tting. Al trges I muder HUred conhl rble I feeln I gveror wi pttione orer rewrfl cpture o t t a s PROBABLY CRUJ AL LES Commited tht .ual TdinlA iUm. Brnswick. Apri 2. reache toay asult commited Jamaic vitm Tommlo Jaes re@petable faner esape aferwards captue i btween Jamaca cUsto Bount 1mb. Consble stared Evats escap op citzens. Ear a noted crimina. 0 Tial H d Apl 2. cae stte verus Oscr Sxon che wl muder Iat" et bega tay Clake 8upror court w. fond ded ocok polcman Roe wth I bullt thruh bran ClrcumSlUal dene pinte Forten swor Slctor rre- snte th stale Brwn Te cae b concude toorrw sn Intuence ove hi. Bag g cburb rg aly hil I Wel se. monts' wa cburh tke I te I I I wit te r eeF paee. I' te Kal Lnr Medicie. Is thA Pu. aae take plee qale Coel aotl Oien. e 7 a bt e. Z. t t t leJp l H L W i. JN lCCm rXLSn 1' Whe toling Burglar uusta Ia' Wound HlselL LQUORS CAROLNA Pamett 8 at. Deth A Tp. Augut Apr 2. Wer faiur toay bth smll dr goos br wa clo e shent telosure o mortgage amoutng 6. a mrgg stk SI4 1lch wa orecloe Geole Pelt dggst tody gve mortgage stok amountn 77. Frark Caper atorey acldentaly sot morIng. Capr lve thougt wa burlarizing abut daybra. gt searhe prse. Whie Ig abut p1tl w accdentaly bal entere cf 8erouly wouded WIl lquor Augsta felng ver hpy Te ben ntl' I copy rlrod lquor wi receve or Calna shap pcke Tey ben seding lquors es W r s S bleb h I contables woud disover teir pck- I age consigmets trough sfely ad successfuly. Oer drlnlbles pure toy ad wl contiue unti pele al thru b ae pied. Imalt Te trt cme AUista roled o Atanta ad tltil" positon t a g unt whllh pasage rled Sht ben blnd b age geater night pthy hl dept fmployes wih breakfat an smal wa the mils cCing gt sme declned hr sef' n sUP lor opem d wih tie tral cse . I 1 taveled ca e btore t e IU- pi erQe nted Stt. Hng lpreme t lorg-ia. I Invols city crer of Ilor an. Campbel ha COUTS rfteen Y ar II luther onfedernte eeran. Au ta Assucatln LnitCd odaton wht' Ierts llrmngham eanesaay k lef tmght Magic lele J O WI AIHt axon larls Enllaud Wt isford o Lverol manar lne dlret trae lne btween ioyal an LIverol. arv d toay. hal se colon exprtts arrge shpplg prminent brker Liverpol dos tonal wi vJst Atata hi way Ven. PerlonRI. Hok retured sverl wtks' reative. Connely. AUgus wi sn l regorln Binghm Bolog Her B cty als mahlon s visitng. gandfather Georga ented hlf 1 e e ha gne vsit rlatves. hs ben vistng ha returfed Elzbth Pateron. visitng M Lilan Rlhmnd deortc exeutve cmmItee wi me Thuray delegtes gubratorl convnton shal b Te mae th engge- tfln I f ah i n u.t a riaRe wil 1th. wi Vasn handsmest stylsh younl lales ben sial favorte sinc Mis Iarle Alen ha reture frm Washngon Immiaraton. A gst Ga. 2 Sutber tertate ImmIgton ad latCn whih Bran Nahvie wltl ffeen souther In' south rers norher w1h al souther a fcmorar mebrs wl conventon AUita 3. Uvro ornen wi conventon lver s welCme. Wi th 1 loDi'Ct'-emon ie. Elbrton Apri 2 I L cntractor ha mase ton wals abut corletld corer wl o 3 Maonic gand maste Georga arage bpautf progamme. Mster I commIssione cndlt Pt Fnk Femont will ele the M. O Si SIDl1DI Agele. Cal Aprl I tht lves steame Ls Angel at Sur Ight- Satuay Thre blel wer ct upn bah ner lgh. houethose Iema stemer Ftgeld a pag r a bte 1 Ageles. as knwn Sheldn pufgr fr Ventur I Cinan fr Ls Angele er drwned. sn Mr. Augst Curtin Ls AngeI die frm exhausta on lCe b t. Te Ls Angels wa a stemer crowde penger fm sutern Cstora p bud MdWnter far Sa Fracico. Al ae acuted ten te wck le bt cul ld tt manad t te hev lu. Tey fou4' rfuge sml Island th wer aterr te Euek aother coter. lat o pople te Ls Agees we recued fr vessels mat shor1 befor Fr Snde drne trl/ swm tuh te brn whe te atpt m ald Igon man ehorew abnone. 1 se oltde te ber w c o a had wo hve i HDDCF. PebApr A ait a me attk up t mu c bDdig HameVue1 Hun g yete eenlnla thetne t denoUs Te pU wealehl te b. ww tlcUda on or the t te cwd a cve Jt rq b e 1i W g 1 t. 4 f ff 1 f 1 i k t tewknwo a ioUd a 40e o f t r7hue cea te\ Je cmplet t lr wrk b te' rge ESSESBLIGIDE Te We KDOW A" oJle leUe e Sn Fcsc Apr ee Sll- m die at' te H te D Coro ti Jrll. Jee Bg er a pblatr pit wa OD brer br i Badeo. BV Je SIKa bing br l. bya wer. al gven cele eut0W bu I faiy grw the emttd i tu Americ whe wder feld f ther eere awt - e tem 8lgn te oldet te brte wlray wn etblshe Wen erors thre oe te broer Incudg JEE SEL A Jese. cme 1& Selgn dmmedately ben d ative pdlng busnes thrugout te prer and suburb tlnur unt 189 ltte sm feve 189 strck Cuntr Selgan folowe westwar drif sarch e- tbtS dotlg. bmin. Francljco. I id thrivig busln4 yeal. fre 181 ocured S3n Frncisco tha Selgan. I at th tat vry' gos had ad vlrual lorner te wa nO opportuniy thrwn n hU way t prbbly mot proftable goos wet Rokle HI rmain- Sn untl 187 Induce reur ew wen 1- ne th mtrpoll Abut cose deterin- e te bre teir aly al Selgan brOher. bas conectols cam wrld establsing brnhes prncl tnacal tis county Sa Fn- cio Orlean wih conMtonl Aeric 18 Selgs whlh Selgan te vat bus1nes Ir. Selga ben confenUa severl secrtarie trea- ur ha b rarded 10lndest mot atute fnander Wal Itreet. Durng pni te ldaY te Selg- Broter stoo fnn a rck ha one tough al panis pt yeas adlton bu lnes frm Selgan tae Uve par In. eat aer ente- prlse ben notE plcy' tbrity charitblE undelng. ben lberal oly it chaite actve membr may caritable orgnztons. Ir Shgman leave SI thr ter. cnsIentous adherel fait ad regla atendant relgious laer lfe wa enthu stc p ralrd onnecto 9uthwest Mexio fr fath vat futue State ad is Isr republCs te luth. terted bslg hous Pan cn enterrse. THEDEATH Carl ton ArU 2. Ma Adamson Ien feblf healh sevea y die arte- non. te r. R JacKsn ciy G Adason f Hwden lr. I cusIn exGvror McDanIel Atant Alhough he W8 feble healt death wa wda lt AdamSn I wi tmorw Bowdf. suprior ajoured her Smyra G. Api 8pclaMr. Leton die her toay at rel. Lmon. H. one yea funerl vIce wi b 1 We eday Irlnl a aeta. I wat sel ta Eestte Wat prie ld lke 50. Tats plty fam beter cal cur e Le. Brg mfor a tnds t prna rghty u Tetay lve otera lfe mor le exndtur mor rmptly apting aids b pruct Le ne bing wl att te t het pur lquid ltve prneipte embraC te rey ofFip It eclenc i t it te for mot acptble ad ple at t te tt te rring ad tly bnefcal prprte pret I. a ve efetUUy cleng te systm dsplig cl heae ad ever praenty crig cptOD I h pven stifn t mlonun Wt te apprva te meic p-Ceion b at te Kd- lTf ITer' ad Bwel witovt wea- elgthem ad i prety m tm I ner ojeonble JUtc Sp ofFjg f sle a dg ga I 6 btle i m ufarby te CaUo Fg 8pp 0 on1whO me pmt eer a"\ Whla 8' Fi U PPl g. w lon. OU 1. OUWI D btl0' t- r. l q f e" G I" h N ! 11 BRIDGE Firt Hln Orr Tracks ET ENT ISOL TD Ad The W Int o Ha. Cosr wih Atant te tme de cde whe Aabama stet brdge shl b bui pe wester ben caoring te hert yer pple cty ftr egres that secton. A srace gund pele frst a t Iarge pr war. are ot ely' Q o rallr trcks o I reah pat wad wih- cs lng rUrad track tns c engnes ae stanty plyig ad oftentmes strct pedetrias ad vehices. Al ti mae te frst a ltte ang pst thre rou yer ben callng coser cnnecton wih ty lve y aly movig aong. preent cals d1segre te counel ppe war trlg t ser I sepate wrd wi gve pele tat seion repesentaton tha tey fght legsltur want rird tacks peple ot fr I diret wih heit te citY I vente nee fght fres ad wah strets nee. I ha t prventI propr swe connetions t tx- probabl' vantaes stuaton ha ha getet tubles Joyner sum I Atanta fr menl fat secton t dlsplea ed situton Jorne I I fo displeaed. hat secton cty ha sUHane 80mI fre ana te tt inablty fre depament reh fre. Thoe awar te terest al kow h sve prpry Atlata h ve thit fath advoate aything wi ot nothig naturl wth I rady Ius to distres. mater yetrday Chef Te mber cty counci denty prtion Isole. I wold saethtg releve mater wate t mater \1tl cnsldeton wth ad gven atent imprt thing b tat seton cty reache c e tr. Espially s generaly watcin niht hen peple a alep. cnnot reah ton acra stelt and' then dow larleta stret acrO rHroa o crols riro tak portons seton. rte rlrod tcks malY tme havrbeen taln. Itoppmg meant to wa gning heway al tme cancs depa11ment odwrk whe ws rehed dlmlnthe. ow If' Iltuaton WIS un nto co n ive de- a outet ctv. ben Al bma sryany trck tre deprment wi realze. I cty buid brdle tur fom stret Iad son avene un er ralroad stt caeapr tha ould de irabI4. b on e quiker 1 b tfr or ciy wi wuld lke se foe brldg raUTos baa strt cty cnt Ipr cty te tho t tln justce tie fre deparrhent gve a Huter VLL CEL8UATE. lnt Felow. ADDlyerar. 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