Amos_Elmer_Reedy_jurors Nov 1888
i summer ex Mr wii b Dieh THE fllOWKEIl's CJUKST. Coroner Perl went down last evening ind impanel'i'd a j u r y , consisting lames L. Hight, Amos Reedy, J. N'athan A. Ca.-r, F. E. Wilson and Elmer E Reedy, The testimony levealed nothing more than the facts above A verdict of suicide was rendered. The funeral will be held this at 2 o'clock at the M. E. church in Macon. The deceased was a member this church. The services w i l l be conducted by Rev. James Miller, of The family of young Iliggins is in deepest sorrow over his untimely end. He had many friends and associates Macon who regret his death and his seeming inability to lind consolation in the philosophy that there are ''lots of ish in the sea."