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ALLEN R WRIGHT. Atlanta. W. O. BERKtf Columbus. A. C. WARD. Atlanta. A N. MAKUCY. Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Georgia R T. DANIEL Griffin. GEORGE O. BERRY Columbus. t JAMES H. ANDERSON- -Atlanra TOWN IS FULL OF ODD FELLOWS First Session of the Grand Encampment o Georgia Teday THE GRAND LODGE TOMORROW It Is Expected To Be a Splendid Con vention with Lots of Delegates. l\m WILL WEUHM THEM Many Questions of Great Importance to the Order Will Be Decided During the Session. The annual meeting of the grand encampment of the Independent Order of Old Fellows of Gecrgia will convene at o'clock this morning in th Odd Fellows' ball. MoDaniel building. No. ITT i White hall street. The meeting will be a secret one devoted 'to the private interests of the order. The first business to be transacted will be the receipt of reports of all grand of ficers. The grand patriarch the grand scribe and the grand treasurer will make their annual reports and all of their rec- ommendat&ns will be taken up and considered- The appeals from subordinates will be disposed of by the encampment in convention assembled and new legislation of in terest to the order will be adopted. The election of officers for the ensuing year te also one of the important things to be done today. These elections are largely controlled by the natural promotion -jf the officers but not entirely so and there may be considerable Interest In the election. The meeting of the grand encampment Is preliminary to the larger meetlag of the grand lodge of Georgia which con venes tomorrow in the same place. Th'erq are about seventy delegates" to the encampment but there will undoubtedly be. in the neighborhood of two hundred In attendance upon the meeting of the grand lodge which begins tomorrow A large crowd of delegates from differ ent portions of the state arrived in the city last night and today great crowds of them ire expected. The Kimball house will be the headquarters of the delegates during the two conventions. Little of public interest will be done before tomorrow. Tomorrow morning there will be a procession of the- visitors from their headquarters to the lodge hall on Whitehall streeet where the Addresses of welcome will be made by Grand Representatives Jcton B. Goodwin representing the Odd Fellows of Atlanta by Mayor Porter King representing the city and Governor At kinson representing the state. The response to these addresses of wel come will b made by Grand Master A. N. Manucy. of Savannah in behalf of the visitors. The procession from the Kimball house will be up Pryor street to Decatur. up Decatur street to Marietta Mrietta to Broad Broad to Alabama. Alabama to Whitehall Whitehall to the McDonald building. No 117H Whitehall street- A nice programme of entertainment has been arranged for the visitors. At 1:15 p. m. Wednesday May 27th 1S96 the members oT the Grand lodge with their families accompanied by members of the reception committee and local membership will take electric cars at corner of Marietta and ForsytJi streets for Lakewood where at 2 PL m. a barbecue will .be served. At 8 o'clock p. m. Wednesday evening 27th Instant a social reunion of members of grand lodge visiting and Atlanta members will be held at the lodge hall at which short addresses bv prominent members will be made and refreshments served. GILMER COURT. Grand Jury Indorses Judge Qober and Solicitor Brown. Ellljay. Ga. May 25.- Special. -Glmer superior court adjourned here today. Judge George F. Gober presided and Colonel Tom Hutcherson acted as solicitor general pro tern. There were no very Important cases tried at this term yet a large volume of business was disposed of. Stoce Judge Gober has been visiting our section In his official capacity a large amount of crime has been suppressed to the great satisfaction of our people. The honest man's friend and/ prottcUxr the Pink Woods rang the Greene gang and the white caps who came from other counties and murdered and whipped our citizens have all found Judge Gober to be a man who lias respect for the law and the Interests of the civil people. Colonel Steve Clay attended court here and on Friday delivered a splendid educational address at the close of Oakland High chooU Colonel Tom Hutcherson proved himself to be an excellent prosecuting attorney. 'The grand jury gave Judge Gober aad i Colonel Hutohereoa the following voluntary i Indorsement "In taking leave of his honor George F. Gober. judge we desire to return- our thanks for the able and Impartial manner in which he conducts the business of the court.- and we feel that the Interests of the law-abiding people will be protected and we are proud to say that he will have i vt opposition for re-election. We learn that Hon. George R. Brown the present able and efficient solicitor general who has few equals and no superiors as a prosecuting officer will not otTer for re-election We feel confident that a large majority of the people of .Gllmer county prefer the election of Hon. Thomas Hutcherson of the county of Cherokee who has been the able and efficient solicitor general pro tern during the present term "W find him an able and fearless prosecuting officer and we ask that our member In the nezt legislature work for his election. We make toese recommendations without any .son the part of either 6f these &e HT THE OCONEE. Ddainan Brown Sinks in Ten Feet of Water KffledgevUle. May 24.- Spec5al. Delamar Brown was drowned at noon Friday in the Ocone river near the city. He with L ris -Stembrttse. were in swimmikj the.time Brown could- only swim aInert distance. There was a sand bank In the river near them and Brown undertook to" swim out to It but the current of the river being very strong at this point he was washed down below the sand. When he found he could not get to land he called to Stembridge to help him. Stem- i bridge swam out to assist him. but was I grabbed by Brown and as Brown was the j lareer of the two he feared they would both be drowned so he pulled away from Brown and in horror saw hs companion sink away in ten feet of water. Assistance was quickly summoned and search for the body began. Owing to the depth of the water it was over an hour from the time he sank until found and brought out by Mr M. Wagnon Mr. Brown was about twenty years of age. being the oldest son of ex-Chief ot Police P. W. Brown. The sad death has cast a gloom over the entire city. Deima as he was called was liked by all who knew htm and his heartbroken pafents brothers and sisters have the sympathy of the entire people. HAS HIS PARDON. Lorenzo Powell Free Special Edition of The Borne Tribune Etc. Rome. Ga. May 25. Special. Lorenzo Powell the slayer of Peter Teague has b-er. pardoned. Powell shot and killed Teague after a short altercation in Jan uary ISM. Tha Tribune's Enterprise. In the morning The Rome Daily Tribune will come -out in thirty-two-page- -form this being the educational and industrial edition. It will be- printed on fine linen paper richly embellished with numerous half-tone Illustrations and containing a vast fund of educational and industrial information. The Lanier Circle. The Lanier Circle. Rome's leading litera ry organization held a most Interesting meeting at the home of Colonsl and Mrs John C. Printup this evening. The subject discussed was "Ancient Greece. and entertaining and instructive papers were read by Mr John C. Printup Mrs. Mabel Hillye Professor James D. Gwaltney and others. Shorter Commencement. Shorter college commencement will begin Wednesday night with exerases by the primary grades. The college is just'clos ing a very-succesful term and the graduating exercises will be unusually interesting this year. Public School Exercises. The Rome' 'public schools ceaso this week afier a very successful year. The attendance has been large and the schools are in a flourishing condition. A beautiful cantata will be rendfred at Nevin's opera boose by the pupils Thursday evening. SUICIDE AT THOMASVILLE. A Woman Takes Korpmne and Dies. A Han Swallows Paris Green. Thomasvine Ga. May 25. SpeciaI. Lllla Harris. a dissolute character committed suicide In this city last night by taking an overdose of morphine. No cause is assigned for the rash act. Henington Won His Bet Silas Herrington. a white bootblack took a tcaspoonful of parts green last night on a wager and is now critically 111 from the effects of it Herrington was boasting to a. crowd that he could swallow that amount of the poison without it hurting him. One of the crowd bet him a quarter and another a dollar that be could not do It They had no idea that Ire would attempt 11 but In this they were mistaken for as soon as the poteen was produced Herringtou grabbed it and dashed It in his mouth. He was then taken to a drug storo and antidotes administered which saved his life though he Is not yet out of danger. He won the bet though. DIED IN JAIL. Groen Asutin Dies Suddenly Circum stances Suspicious. Monroe. Ga. May 25. Special Green Austin who wgs confined in Jan here awaiting an appeal to the supreme court died in jail this afternoon under very suspicious circumstances. He was perfectly well at 12 o'clock when the sheriff gave him hla dinner. At 2 o'clock he said he was sick and died before a doctor could 'reach tho jail. He was convicted at the February court of-the most brutal murder ever committed In Walton county but as the evidence was circumstantial .the jury recommended him to mercy. Last week Judge Hutchirrs refused to grant him a new trial. A coroner's inquest-will be held. Building Boom in. Tifton. Tifton Ga. May 24 Speclal.-There is Tifton. Ga. May 25.-Special. -There Is every month in the year but just now the determination to erect residences seems to have struck about twenty citizens at the same time as Contractor Pittman says that that number of houses are or will shortly be contracted for. The buildings to be erected will all be creditable to the builders and to the town there being no shoddy structures among the lot. This building boom. If it may be so called is a necessity as there is not a vacant residence in town while there are inquiries from would-be renters every we k. A Negro Found Dead. Tbomasvllle Ga. May 25.-Special Charley Bracewell. a well-kno-yn colored- man of this city was found dead this morning1 In an outhouse on the- lot of W. R. Pittman. His neck was broken and signs on his body indicated foul play. An Inquest was bell and the verdict of the jury waa to tha effect that ne came to his death at the. hands of unknown parties Mr. Rosooe Luke of this city was examined by Judge Hansen loday and admitted to the bar. Aa Enterprising Farmer. Blackshenr. Ga. May John Baxter seems to be the most enter prising truck farmer'ta Pierce county He made 1988 barrels of Irish potatoes on eight acres of land. He expects to reSzTwK his potatoes and make a good crop of corn on the aame ground besides. The great annual public sale of the fa mous Tennessee Jersey .cabtte will b this year oa the 2Sth tostaSt .t Teniu More than eeveoty head celebrated milk and tStarca be sold.under the auspices of the see Jersey Breeders' Sale AOToc eluding drafts 'from the'toerdVsf promtaent tree ta ttftOrtate SOUTHERN FEMALE COLLEGE. Commencement Sermon Fine Music. Exercises at the Chapel. j LaGrange Gal May 25. Spe slal. Rev. Dr. Turpln. of. Americus preached1 the commeincement .sermon of the Southern Female college in the beautiful chapel of this institution yesterday at II o'clock from the appropriate text "That our sons may be as plants grown up In their' youth that our daughters may be' as. .corner stones polished after the similitude of a palace. He preached a sermon that was not only .filled with thought but beautiful in diction and suKable to the occasion and that the large audience was In eym- pathy with both the text and sermon builded on It was manifested by an at- tei.tlon rarely if at all surpassed. A ohoir of thirty or forty trained voices did the singing accompanied by music made by the college orchestra. Venite was the voluntary and w.as beautifully rendered. The offertory "Inflammatus from Rossini's "Stabat aiater. a solo by Mrs. N. R Hutchison with a full chorus was a rare piece of musk and rendered in that sweet soulful manner of ihers that always commands attention and elicits commendations from all. The n&ht service was a missionary sermon by Dr. Turpln at the Baptist church and the reputation that he had made at the morning service by being a beautiful speaker was fully sustained. The-doctor came into our midst a stranger but went away having made a great number of friends. The exercises at the chapel tMs morning was the art display preceded by a short programme of tnuslc to-wit /Chorus "Neapolitan Air" Rees vocal class. Waltz G. Salter-JMJss Peavy. Soap "Roving Swallow Davis Miss N'ep Ferrell. "Impromptu Chopin-Qllss Nettle Tuggle. Song Waltz Rondo Gumbert-OUlss Annie Peavy. "Rigoietto F. Lisst-AIlss Eula Render. Song "A Valentine Scftleslnger-QIIss Settle Render. 'Chant des Naiades J. Ascher Miss D. Freeman. Soag "The Journey is Long Coombs-Miss Viola Burks. "Love Sou F. Liszt-Miss A. L. Strong. Song "Dream of Love Gregh Mrs. Winn Holmes. After the rendition of the above pro gramme the time was taken by the crowd viewing the works of art that hung all round the walla. On of the most striking groups and we might say instructive was the portraits of the different presidents of this college from its foundation over a Half century ago down to the present In cumbent. Dr. G. X Nunnally with placards on them showing the dates that" each presided over the college Dr. John E. Dawson and Mltton E. Bacon from 1S43 to 18S5 John A. Foster and Henry E. Brooks from 1S55 to 1SS7 I. F. Cox from 185& to 1SS7 Professor C. C. Cox from 1S87 to 1SS5. Dr. Dawson's portrait was presented the college by 'Mrs. Kyle of Alabama but the others were imade and presented by Misses Viola Burks Anna Trultt Eula Render iMattle Reid and Anna iMell Rdmonson members of the present art class. These works of art re flect great credit on the teacher of this department Mrs. "P. O. Awtrey who is a graduate of this institution and of the Phna elphia School of Design and also took a special course In art undier Professor Cart Heckar of New York. Two of her pictures that attract special attention is a study from life h old Iron gates of the old Ben Hill place of our city on Broad street .and an east view from the residence showing the house and yards when the ground was covered with snow. Three pictures made by Mls Janie Speer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Speer a study of kittens of puppies and of the deer eltelted many campUmeirts from the different groups of visitors as they passed around the tjall vierwtng and criticising the different works. The exercises eo far have been a thorough success and the commencement bids fair to be one of the grandest this old institution has ever haA Tomorrow comes th laying of the corner stone of the boarding house and the morning wilrbe taken up by these exercises by the Ma sons. CHAEGED WITH HOBSE STEALING Arrest of a Young Man Who Claims Atlanta as His Home Forsyth. Ga. May 25. Special. A dap per young fellow sailing under the cogno- mer of Robert Johnson of Atlanta arrived In this city Saturday night. He registered at the Hooks house representing himself to be a traveling salesman for the Armour Packing Company Chicago. Hte polished manners and ready gift of gab together with his natty suit bf gray and tan shoes showed conclusively that Johnson was a typical "sport. However he aroused no suspicion "what- evar and when he ordered the finest turnout to be had in th city. Bunday morning nothing was thought of It. A porter was sent to the stable of Pharr Chapman for the horse and buggy which was turned over to the supposed drummer. Johnson proceeded to take in the town on a high scale and attracted no little attention as he dashed by in his nobby turnout About noon he disappeared and as night approached the suspicions of the liverymen were aroused. Marshal. Williamson was notified of the Btranger's disappearance with the team and prompt steps were taken to locate him. When last seen Johnson was near this city on the Barnesvttle road but 'every trace of him was soon tost. The officers In all the surrounding cities and towns were given a description of the young man with Instructions to 'arrest and hold him. Marshal Williamson baa Jusjt received a telephone message fron\ Chief Butner of Maoon stating that Johnson was arrested several miles south of that city today at noon and was In the lock-up. Mr. WlUlams'on will leave tonight for Macon-to get his prisoner and the turnout. Messrs. Pharr Chapman the liverymen will vigorously prosecute the young thief who is believed to be an all-round crook sailing under a number of aliases' and badly wanted In several communities. When arrested Johnson was armed with Smith Wesson 33 caliber revolver. BUT ONE CHANGE. Boyal Arcanum BJe-Elects All-Old Of ficers but One Savannah Ga. Hay 21 The supremo council of the Royal Arcanum did a hard day's work today. The body held three sessions morning afternoon and night The principal feature of the day was the election of officers of the supreme council for .the ensuing- year. That change was the election of Isaac. W. Caulfield of New York to succeed Charles B. Cos of SU Louis on the committee on council work. The rest of tBe day was spent in hearing and Jisc'JMing report of committee Some contest -was made on several of the supreme officers. Mr. Isaac V. Gaulfield of Ne York city w the meln.berof.tha delegation selected to be placed amcn 'thV Burreme officers He was elected chairman on council work In place of Mr. Charles B. Cox. of St. Louis Mo. There was considerable contest for thla place and the vote by which "Mr. Oaulfield was elected was 43 to 37. Mr. Caulfield Is secretary of the largest subordinate council In the United States New York No. 348 numbering 2,070 members The-oommlttee on statistics made a report reccmmendinff the adoption of some plan to advancing the.'rate of assessments. This proposition ia being vigorously fought by many of the members. Under the present arrangement when a member enters the order at twenty-tone or at thirty years for example he pays the rate for- twenty- one or for thirty years and continues to pay that rate until deaiih or as long as he Is a member of the order.'The plan now proposed Is that a member who enters for instance at 'twenryone shall pay the rate for twenty-one until after he Is twenty-five when Jie shall pay the rate for twenty-five and an increased rate every five years. 'This matter will be discussed again en Wednesday but there will be no definite action'taken with regard to It at this session of the supreme council. As a rule surfj Important matters are introduced and discussed some four or five years before any action is taken with regard to them. In this way' such matters go all over the country and 'are discussed In all the subordinate councils so hat finally the desires of the Individual members are reflected In those of their representatives to the grand council. This will no doubt- be the course pursued In the matter of advancing the rate of assessments. LIMBS OF THE LAW. Final Examination of he Law Class at the State University. Athens Ga. May 23. Special. T&lrly- s'x" young attorneys are now prepared to hang out their shingles and begin practice. The last examination was passed Friday. All day the "doctors-of law" were in ths classroom their nerves strained to the utmost It was the day to decide whether their year's labor was of any consequence Mr. W. II. Harris of Macon won first honor and speaker's place. Mr. Harris was the Phi Kappa anntversarian. Mr. John T. Norris Jr. of Carters ille won second honor-anU speaker's place. Mr. Norris was the Demotthenian aimiversa- rian and is one W the most promising young men In the-class. The lawyers are rejoicing today. The en tire class passed.awl will receive their "dips. Tennis Tournament. Mr. Marlon Dubos .won the singles In the tennis tournament finished Saturday. The tournament has been exciting and close. The university students witnessed the games every afternoon and applauded the many brilliant plays. On Tuesday afternoon the most exciting garde was between Heidt and Yancy. the latter winning. Price Lockhart and Erwin also won their games. Thursday afternoon Hull Erwin and Lockhart were U winners. Yesterday Dubose won from" Yancy winning the singles. Yancey and Erwln tie for second place. It was not a walk-over in any of the games and the finest tennis ever witnessed In this section was played by the contestants. Tomorrow the doubles will begin. Hoidt and Yancey play together and Erwln. and Dubwe.- This will make a strong team and great playing Is expected. Professor A. H. Patterson of the university has offered a handsome silver cup as first prize In the double. Professor Patterson is a great tennis player and takes great interest in the tournament. Mr. Colvin. Resigns. With the last edition of The Red and Black the college weekly Mr. H. Grattan Colvin resigned as athletic editor. Mr. Colvin has been in charge of the sporting department of this "paper since last fall and -has kept it interesting with athletic iap. penlngs and news for the "sports. His resignation Is regretted by the students aa his valuable service on the paper has been appreciated. Mr. Robert Davis of Covlngton has withdrawn from the university on account of the bad health of. his father. Mr. Davis was popular both in social and athletic circles. He was one of the strong players on the 'Varsity of "S3 and of this year's team. Ho will return to Athens during commencement week to participate in the many eoclal affairs. The "Big Four was unable t enter the tournament on account of the disablement of Mr. Harris and Mr. Hall however they will go to Newport. CHABGED WITH HOG STEALING. Officers'Have a Lively Time Arresting JimJCee. Waycrose Ga. May 25 Special r- Sherlff Qtlller and his deputy returned Sunday from Bickley In te western portion of this .county bringing with them Jim Lee a white man who' was arrested on two indlctmenta from the grand Jury charging him with hog stealing. The story of the arrest is quite interest- Ing Lee ia a farmer and Is to good circumstances and had always been considered honest and upright Some time last fall be was Charged with hog stealing and the evidence against htm .was clear and strong. He was arrested and jailed on a warrant sworn .out by the man whose hogs were stolen. Lee re mained in 'jail several weeks and was finally released on taO to be subject to arrest should the grand jury find A true bill against farm. The last grand jury brought two true bills against tun end yesterday' Sheriff ATfller and Deputv Sheriff Anderson went after him with warrants for bis arrest They found him at .home. Lee was greatly excited when he saw them. He was In his house and the officers were-at the front eate. His. mind was against -being arrested and be tried to escape. Lee jumped out the rear window and'ran some distance before the officers discovered that he had fled. A hot pursuit f the officers soon brought them within a stone's throw of the niEttlve and they halted Mm. Lee surrendered and was soon on ht way to Jan. He will remain In jail In all probability natil the November term of "Ware superior court Eeni an Electropoise. Graham. DuBolSt 25 Electric building comer Marietta and Broad streets are now renting the Electropoise two months .for to. Call on them for all particulars may 19 tf J wWlatl Desire. I i desire to".call the public's attention to the fact thatI.havea choice selection of 'the finest etchings photogravures eta- something new and novel. Call and see me 10 Marietta street- r SAM WALKER may23-4ti. Mrs W rtBiittBurke chairman of the ticketcommtttee'of th May. festival re queittU-i rtlesxtbat had tickeu to make returnsat Wesf Cain street. 'a -s r"V' wf"4 A NEW WATER ROUTE. FIBST .SHIPMENT OF FREIGHT OVER IT. The Eagle and Phenix Mills Running on Tnree-Quarter Time Accident at the Muscogee Mills. Columbus. Ga May 25. Special. The first shipment of freight o e'r the new freight Twite recently estaMis'ued between Columbus and Mobile Ala. arrived In the clty last night The shipment consisted of twelve nunured fruit Jars consigned to the Columbus Grocery Company from' Alton 111. It was sent to Mobile via the Mobile and Ohio railroad where It was shipped to Apalaehlcola Fla. over the new steamship line just established. At Apalaehlcola It was transferred to a local steamer the Queen City and arrived here last night. There was no delay in the delivery which was prompt and-qulte a considerable saving was made In freight rates. This new water route which has just been developed means much for Columbus. The lower freight rates enjoyed by Its existence will save the wholesale merchants of the city J25.000 a year it Is estimated as nearly every class of western goods Is affected. With the establishment of this water rate as the basis the merchants of the city will now make a determined pull for lower railroad rates. On Three-Quarters Time. The Eagle and Phenlx mills began run- nlng this morning on three-quarters time to the gratification of the operatives who are now naturally as anxtous to get In as much work as possible after the weeks of idleness to which the recent strike subjected the employes 'of the institution. In a week or two the mills will begin to op-crate- on full time. The Chattahoochee knitting mill In Glrard just across the river also began' operation this morning. It is a part of the Eagle and Phenlx plant and was closed with the rest of the mills at th time bf the strike. A Narrow Escape. This morning Lett Oletree an operative at No. L Muscogee mill narrowly escaped being fatally Injured by an accident which happened to the engine of the mill. The nipple of a pipe near the cylinder was suddenly blown off- caused probably by some deficit In It and the pressure of the steam and the action of heat upon the pipe. Ogletree was not standing exactly in front of the pipe else he would iiave been instantly killed but as it was he was slightly burned .by tho escaping steam. The Annual Outing. On tomorrow the. Columbus Gun Club goes to Ocbllla a point a few miles below the city where It ho'Ms Its annual barbecue. The party leaves the city at 7 tfclock In the' morning returning at 7:30 In the even- Ing. There will be a pigeon shoot and a grand barbecua an'd a highly 'delightful time Is anticipated. "The club is In a flourishing condition. Its trnual election of officers was held Itst w -ek. Newsy Notes. The revival meeting at Rose Hill church will be continued this week. Rev. Burch. the par.or will be assisted br Rev. W. A. Farlay. of Hamilton. At Broad Street Methodist church last night Rev. 3. H. Mather preached a ser mon on "Temperance In the course of which he discussed local politics In a lively manner applying th subject of Ms dis course to things local. Mr. Charles Kley and Mrs. Kley were happily united in marriage on Rose Hill yesterday afternoon. While out .cycling yesterday afternoon Mr. Ernest Andrews had the misfortune to break his left arm by a fall an accident greatly regretted by his friends. LOOKING OVER THE GROUNDS. Quartermaster General Kenan Visiting Camp NortHen. Griffln. Ga. May 25. Special.-Captain Lewis H. Kenan assistant quartermaster general. Is In the ctty today looking over Camp Northen In order to find out what will be needed in the way of repairs cleaning up etc. to put H In shape for the coming of the soldiers on the 10th of June. He eays that the ground is in rather bad shape just at present on ac count of a big growth of shrubbery that will have to be cut down and moved away. All the buildings are In fairly good shape but need some repairs and the usual coat of whitewash that Id always given them just before encampment opens. The teat floors are all right and have not suffered t-rom' exposure. The rifle range so h'e reports Is In a very bad condition generally and will .need a great deal of work before it -will be in proper shape o fee used. Work will begin on the grounds and buildings next Monday morning and by the time the first companies come In everything will bej In readiness. Aside from the general clean- Ing up and cutting away of the undergrowth there Is .little to be done. Captain Kenan thinks that the coming encampment will be the most beneficial to the troops of any that have been held. All are familiar -with the duties of camp life and It will be but little trouble to get everything1 to running smoothly. Captain Kenan will come down during the first part of next week and remain until the .latter part of June. The people c f Griffln are looking forward to this year's encampment with fond anticipations. It Is always a season of gayety and fills the cHy with guests who come to view the martial show but the coming period promises to surpass all the others In the many lirilllart and1 entertaining visitors. Society wfll be more In evidence than ever while the people of -the city are expecting .t give their visitors such a welcome as they have never given before. The cases against ten parties arrested last week for violating the prohibition laws came up before Mayor Boyd this afternoon Jbut none were tried. All -demanded a trial by jury before Judge" B. W. Beck of the city court Bond was fixed at J200 in each case the mayor re quiring that each bondsman be worth at least SL600. Most of them gave bond more or less easily but several.of them' will spend the summer in jafl. FIRED BY LIGHTNING. Burning of a Barn arHaraony Grove Saturday. Harmony Grove. Ga. May 2S.-Specfal. Our town was startled Saturday evening' try a sudden .flash of lightning/ Inimedl- ately a' flerco flame shot 'upward from'l Squire W W. Jordan's 'barn. This barn Is-sStuated in the'rear of the afethodlst -church and near the parsonage and stables on the-parsonage lot As soon as the fire was seen our people realized a hard fiffht was necessaryin order to save the churob and parsonage an probably several other residences. Our men'fought the fire he- rokally-and finally whipped the fight after' a hard struggle. TJie damage 'amounts to about 1100 but Squire".Jordan and" all bur people .are thankful it was not greater. This fire but emphasizes thVfact that our town stands badly .In need ofa flr company and It b'to.be hoped'that th mayor and town -council'TriU-'a prtate-ceufacHeof funds at once'r to fiflrst-cbws organization B w IS HE THE OLDEST MANP New Jersey Has a Patriarch One Hundred and Twenty-Five Tears OTdV From The New Ttorfc Mail and Express. Far away from the scenes of W9boyhood wltJh. no relative to care foe him Noafc Raby. who Is the oldest man In'the world. Is lylrg on his bed at the pcor/fann ta the township of Piscataway three miles from this city awaiting his .final summons. On April 1 the-old man'ielJbrated K 124th birthday. Several -weeks ago Raby was taken 1H with the grip and. In spite Of thei efforts of physicians toe has steadily sunk until tola death Is looked for at any time. Raby was born April 1 1772 and ups to' fats recent illness has .always'been In excellent health. .Manv persons come miles to the poor farm to see the old. man out o curiosity but few gain an andlenoe wlUv him as Overseer Hummer Is notwflllnff to make an exMblt of his chargi When a Mail and Express representative called at the poor farm yesterday Raby was lying on his bed weak but conscious and able to talk. He has a massive head and flow ing. snow-wWte hair bis eyes are sunken and the lines about his face show his great age. He Is perfectly blind and lias been so for the past ten years. He has no teeth and his voice.Is hollow. Noah held out a bony hand to thei Visitor and seemed delighted to have aa opportunity to talk. "Tes. that's right be said In answer tq a question. "I have passed my 124th birthday and it was my last I did think.that I would live another year but nw I don't think I can. j ain not sorry to. dje. An old pipe by tha bedside gave evidence of recent use and wben asked Raby said "Yes I smbke. I've smoked since I was 6. years old and I don't feel like giving'It up now. Raby's memory about the past Is remark ably clear and he told of his Ufa W1U enthusiasm. He says he wai born. In Eatontown. Gates county North Carolina. His mother was Sarah Raby. a native of Sooth Carolina and his father was North American Indian. His mother was about sixteen years'old'when he "Was born. "When I was seven" years .old Baby said. "I was' bound out to a'fanner named Miles Field. I worked for him until Twas twenty-one years oldf- then 1 struct out for myself as overseer of a Mrs. Parker s slaves. I got $200 a year which was a lot of moneyrthen. .r .When Mrs. Parker .died iNosi..left.jEh'a place and shipped.as a" sailor on ttte'UnltevI States frljfate Constitution. TWs wai in 1S08- and Ss'oa declares-he i years-old. After a few-years beforethe mast he obtained a "shift" to the Norfolk' navy yard. Raby then went to. the'Brook- lyn navy yard and later drifted Into New Jersey. He worked on .farms. until about thirty-years ago. when he became an'In mate of the poorhouse. A Jady living here wno has taken great Interest in the old 'man has written many letters south to gain Information about him. She has ah affidavit made two"yean ago by a 'man living at Summertbwn Vai. Who was then $8 years old. In the affidavit this man states that when he'was 10" years old he knew Raby who. to the best of his knowledge waa .then about SO yearn old A grave fcas been found In Virginia'where' a Sarah Raby Is buried and this Is be lieved to be Noah's mother. The old ttomb- etone bears date of ISOOt Raby ia an enthusiastic Free WIH Baptist He was a democrat up to OVER HOOP HAVE PEHp Tha OutlooH for the -Poor I Still Gloomy. Republican -i letter redved-In Boston stater the estimated number of r fn es fa toun central M.OOO Their e the Turkish soldiery and they fl being able to carry anythi/s them except the clothes on t and perhaps a little bedding. not a large place and. of i8 3 ba7& ed a matter of fact wha famine and sickness. than 6.000 people died. This dudes both refugees and MOres r toun. Sickness Is very prevalent tlafe' troubles being typhus and From ten to twenty die very Shepard has been there and fcu f M rlc but one Physician caiiao tend iOOO patients. All-the refS been helped financially at the- rate dollar a head. aad the sama-un been given to .the vinost needy reti&i of Zeitoun. A hospital has been fitfcdl containing about fifty beds all fan t streets which were In a very flftlo''i dltlon have been cleaned. ConsUei quantities of clothing and flour htre 1 given out also a large quantity 'of cine 03- needed. The outlook for thej refugees Their houses burned 'their 'euiznajj a no Implements or seed what aa fter But the worst of If all Is they aretel midst of a hostile population wldclf Ob lor their Wood and fear b expressed1 they will be killed as they are'fwnx- ln the fields or on the- -road ernment to said. to be smcer m its tea of protection but thB popu so etinsed ffi hy e outrages ttee committed on Tm hh villages tiaf J govemmaiT frmrmt Insure a perfect.8 Ity. Iaiga-6nms of money are edeiJ help hes people la addition toc dally totA tor at least three' inontlrf- shouffl-te'glven some'farmint'teplen some Xood and a. few animal tt'ea&.t lage A mod erate -estimate for 'this- pose to J340COO. a sum which overwb one Jjr-lts magnitude but which vh Jlded among ,10,000 people lookii enougm Jr6m The Tndianapolis "Sentinel. Senator "Voorhees is 'not' In bad" and he has not written a letteif t one-rthat he Trill retire to private- the end of his present' term" In the States senate. Jo such. good 'luck i store for the millionaires and mags of the republican 'party who are at.f. entjnoslng around 'for -his seat Tfte i ator will be his own successor nob standing the' new blocks of ten repnb. 'scheme recently discovered la Fort W Is Reed Better Than. Logiat From The St Ixiuis Globe-Denrocratrj Mr. Thomas B.Reed Insists ttat.1i not .a candidate for vice president 1SS4 General Logan insisted that h not a candidate for vice president when he was nominated for that 1 on the ticket with Mr. Elaine he Mr. Reed can. afford to follow the. i pl of General Logan. O O O O O O O O O.O O O O O O O-O O O O. e o o o ACOPTT01V-- X- C- -"I WORLDS BICYCLE. i Will be. giveaway to ny one1 I will come to the business .office latei it. In it will be found the news pertaining to fhe League /American Wheelmen All b record breakers and jn feet st informatidn as will feinteresti y bicycleiider 'Jfjbttpnt on .v -l these If wiilxsiSu nothing -J v. OOP O O O O O O O oo ob sf f fei&Jj f Gio Copes tIE Ho filSPUTE OVER The wards Caugl the Babe George- Copes a -with afternoon-lnflict his recovery- Is A part of -Cop the backlof bis The thfr that the chancesl doubtful -"Copts weakness- faused which the night wan the-size of the J The station iiouse was that Copes j hadra j" Is ofter The a.afe -was so infurlat struck his yictir ing hlmT-down. i two more'of his Jf tention. Th n prompted somewl the -two men ha jnornlng employed at thevcorner et street for therne of the sera engaged In shoyd stood near by or gave th negro sd c d to iecute cli authority over h were exchanged "fhey finally "sep of feeling Abc 4 Ijoon Copes'pecad the'negro's wSrSL hinvchange hh pi the steep embanl was shoveling dii ed him to move Matthew pron command statin no authority ovei remain wher he he -would mo\e blBfielf whereup shovel and strud oa the headr fel Jones avanue br Ut After for .ground the npgrl and struck' the I savage licks frac .Inj-'a. Ijole hr braJps Issued -fr The wounded j Torm under yie and pohce statil lance opn arrnl 5 bfi xi'is left tmd sad stoi finished could do tntcu John streel happened to b i t chase after the him considerably open field towarc fugitl/e gave utl pot long unTIt h the-station hoiis Call Officers sponded tcMhe but thejjegro hi they ceedingly peniten that he dI J ac.t I ascrfbea hi actld or fits as he ca ubj cC He als. called- him a vl first Matthews Is -n& has-tot a H Is dark and at .East Point George Copes-1 oldra-has a jrtfel 5ar th conjerl Chestnut street.f lat/ mair was oltioit H ha r entertain sma Bom otthftB wt of the fllegl A. E. Burke f "lana was-sel the United Mt dellverH rds la Yebruf Adolph IJeyerl bonds and- mount pald-f Jbe circuit col w ground t We for Burkd wa reversed Waited stat Jbat the tr 00"0' PROMlNENT GEORG1Aa D F gON 10' .4' I T of'Grand of L MAYOR J the s n w in- a1soone R 1 t1ia Th'e de ates en bE glns .j1J& ee ae e a SS p W repre ntlng kln n. be be n wUl.be 7th t eld 8ddrl' e\ 25-SpecIalKnmer adjou ed I I The v ds ed Go r I oo1. I re lecUon. l rn era.l. W 1 been' a at le weask soon f n- ImbWNED Ero S BMmedgevUle 2-l--Speclal wn oconte. river. H. e .j 8Wlmm t t1me. rOwn u1d' a ehO IIw m It. la er the'two t a' j searc I Mr. about' 8.I'S heart-I --u-r- Free-Specia.1 -Speclnl.-Lorenzo Pow ll b t'r. l' wcll ml rnlng thirty-lwO page- l' COlon l discu ed was Mr'J. l\IabelHtU- 'er. f I' i I ete l ed h t 'pub lc ceas/ week. af\ r sncc sful an e cO1 lt1on. b .uUful' MorpI ine 25.-Spe.clal.- I sulcld'e 'could th H I i I i I Suddenly-Circum- a. Z5-SveciaL W28 In a.ve 8 td di 1 rore c. ever.com- to' Inquest will 25.-Speclal.-There I h uses II co.ntra ted I I week. M y v.-ell-kn r.rncolo n 'as h U 't I e1Y Ct tbAtheCam6 h ot i b Jud e i t I Bla.cl henor 25SP CIal. Mr. be't1e enter- farmer'1nPterce' re&llze $600 on the'lI4II1e I th.e I Je1'8eYCSltJtkl be held Instam Nashvllle I tev oftbme o a. cd blAtter. B4tle wJll I BOld. under Tennes- Jers y' ers' .tlon m- I tho e rd-s cf the mos. t b mUle 'St&t &n'd de'- of' most famouatlattercon In.the-'WUrtd. I I Com encement Sermon-Fine I Spoo\al.-Rev. I a I' ye It t t 1'.I1-a el be stonespollshed slmlUt db' .d wtthtlwught butbea.uU- fulin s lothe i t t s .on mani'festedby all. At I bt I R. Ic e1'8 r ght reputa. lon aw y nU lIlber prec ded I Alr"-Rees Snlter- fiss Song-"Rovlng Davi8-M133 Chopln lss Lls1t lss d r. Song-"A clhIes1nger I1.ss gj an Ascher-M s Song-"The Llszt ss Song--"Drea.m I WlnnHolmes. I 1he.rend'ltlon the'ilme cro\\"I w.orksof preeid .nts ttgo.down I on o\ r oon I 18. 1 lrs. m Inbers pre nt l I n th. I r t hen Spe r pas ed h1I the morn will be s Ma- I 25.--Speclal.-A Hi I 1\nestturn- appri a.ched cFh o a t if o os ms eJ nC th to \\r 1 l i to priBOn r Ch man thellvery- callberrevolver. 1JT GE. E1e ta Au. Old Of- b t The. supremo RoyalArca.num torthe cbB.I l wall Caul1leld.ot.'New su ceed x 6pea.tln reI Ort"ofc cout t wasIrUUie o everalof I 8 Q W..Giu\ eld. otNew :1ork w.-thEtmt i'9t\th 'atncD. uf eme .lte-'was ele te 1 eha.lrJii n .t r \F wu. erablecontest tor'thla C ulfield No.3 8 m mbers. i m mbers. tWentr e I on imtn or' order. "The n'ow at'twenty- ne untllatter pay Ths 'nul.tter dlsc Intr lduced 25.-Special.-T.hlrfy- th mO t. lr. Cartemllle. hO fan4speaker'8 wa.8 D ung re a lni n- r s I s passe4 P TeI itsT 'r a.ment. tournament aft rnoon n in nin esg d rnie e Hf dt e.- gr f n1. isH x on. thesportlng p r Icita S fg e s lI t l I of. 'S to tft t 'ra. Arreatin .T x.ee. G 2S.-Spec.\&l.- erlff nd thiscounty l In b hOneatand an st was. w re- w ks tob sb uld .v erday" rItf. Sheri.tfAnderson Th were' at dl9oove punun''Ot theco1ncenZloon bro t s thetui1tlve th hIlt II' ja11. t I ne n G am DuBols..25 I'rentlng theEIectropolse'two m ntbs 'on 19U' What 'I c nth.f/ fact.tha.I bave. So' etcifngs.pbotogravures. CaUa.nd t. SAlIWALKER. maT 23-4L- .F sU&tto1Ckets Oa led tD. Mrs/'W 1B jBuTki. ott1ie ofthlt.Mayfestlva re-f Ie bat tJeketa'to iIi' f I NEWWATER d 'rime-Accident ay 25.-Speclal.-The ovP' n w city-last consl ted lIunuredfrult fm A I. I wa t vi Moi ad rir wrelt. 8hipp Apalahlcola' t tem- shp ju etsbUshe. Aplachcola w transter steer. t Quen Cty. her lt nIgt. was' deive. whic romp cnsiderale lg ws frght rat. Thl 'ne bn develO. meaJ lowe freljht r It etence wf sve wholeal mrchants ciy SO ye. I etimted. a neay eve clas weern aeted. t ebllahmnt o th tte bais. merchant th ciy wil r- rodrte TeeQur Te. Te Ele mi beg nlr Jrnlng theuers tm t gUfcton optves.wh natuly a anxfus P9sible. te wek Idenes t whch rect sub jted employ I k ml wU ben 0' tu1 t. Th Chtto knjtln ml In' Glr. aco al K' opration tis rmng. I prt Eale a Phent plat wa clod rt m t t tm f t Narow Ecpe. Oldetre. oprve Muee nawly ecd bIng fatll acidet whch happnd tb egine mUI nipple pIp ner cylnder ot. cused probaly sme defcit It prsu ste acton heat pp Oier WI t&ndD acUy i pip e. 'e ben t Ity kled i w slltl brned stem. Te Au Oti. tomorw .Columbu G oe' Ocbl i 'pint w mies beow te whe hls it barue. Thl pylfV' thecly oclk i te rtum& 7:3 i In& TherWU b pieon plt gnd barecu3 ahlhly 'dllhtu I antclote. cub I 1cr hlg conGlt n. It I.etou ocer w eld wfek. New Nots. T meetng at Hi rhuh wi cUnued wek Re. Buh por wU aSisted Farl y. Haton. Br3 Stet Meoist 12t nbt Mather preache r "Temprance. tb cour whch iSu lol polU lvely mner. subjet 1. CU1'8E lec. rey WPI happly Unted mle R0e Hi yesteay after Wlf Ot cyclng &teray. afteon hd mifoune r br.k ar fa1-n accdent gy rted hi .tend LOXG OV GRU. Quatrater XenaViiig CpNoren Grifn. a 25.-Specl.-aptn Lwi Kena. aistt qnaeer gener I he' ci looig ove orer f Wat wl neede i wy repa cein ete shap he cing ot- solier 10 Jute ys g shap pre nt s- bi gwh' shrb wi have mve a"-y. Al buldng go sha. nee reprs usa cot wttea give the Ecpe opens Te tet foon a sutere T' expue Te rfie re. 8 te rePQr coniton gner1y 'l ge beore I -i b prper Shap -o ued. Wil te gonds Cd bullg on- d mornin Id te ti te fst I e hl n l a cuin awy under iw I .Ite done Ctn Kenn tIs tt cing e-apet wl ms bneclal tp f tat held lamlar dutie o cap a i wl lte truble everhin rnning stl. Captn Ken wl ce dow durte frst pa o a n unU te p .une Te pple o tolnl thi yes ecpent MtdpUon8. I sen mey a fUs te 'th get8 cme maia te cong pno pries t 8raS al Uy 1.rllant a.nd terning vitors. 5 w1 m evience th wle pple o "e ci ae extmg .o Ive th.lr vslon 8uc wece a te gven befo. Thice ainl Je ate lt wek to viola.tn proibIton law ca u befo Byd ths atern .ut tre Al. 'de maDed trl Judge' Be. o cour n txed 8t s o Ce myo re e bns b wor 'lest n6" Mot f gTe. bJ mre Jes e1y bu seerof the wi sen t- luler j FD YLBG go aOrmony aqe 'Sty. H&y Grve. MaT'Z-Spfal Or tw staUed Say ei nt' b Me fahot lihtg. -'Iime U atel fe fae st. 'upwar. tr i S JOa'sb TIs b is 'itte the"rer oLthelfest chur ad ne PI1'8O ad stle' o the e lot ABonBs-thetnf nor Jpte r1&'hft nees m oerto.ave the'dur' pang. anl Pbbly' ae reide a Ourme".fahte J reh rl a' f whPP thett att' 'aJ'sgle 'Te :4 abt $0 ,1ut Sue"'Jor andJa' pe at1'-n' 'g er" Tl t bU emp't tae o rtwlds-.bI1 o.a lr Cy ad.t 'I toJ''bop t t j t'HnaYor' w' ncl wl' a r pr..tnd 'io j euJ f I I'B-OLEnP Ne R1 P u. ded a' nt-n' e o Te Yr M&land-Epr5 Fa&wytm Ir JJ hood. 'wil rlaUve ca t 1 N0a RY Wo eodet mn te word lyr g h b at i p fa i tonshp 'Pscatawy. tree mUefo cit. awUg hsfalBmoOnC Apr' the' 014 m' Bbr' J Ut Seveal \\'e ag brwas ten t wt. gp'3 s ite .t efor pysa ha stly' S1 unt ai deat Iooketor t R W/ brn Apr a.nd f' bl ret Iness ha awaysb i e- healt any prs0 c mes pr tam ol m ot ot criOlty fe ga a'o wit h a Orseer Huer I nOwg exhbit hi "Whma MaUa Epr rep entUe ceat be Pr rlymterday. I W Ig be wea ut. coIclouad tk. 'mIve he an 'low snow-wte lar h eye a Bu aut hi fa s J gt a. fsprtly ld s th te yar le nt th h .olcJs hoUu. Noa bny te Itor a.n' seme delihted tta.ve a opp tuni tak. "Ye rlgl" I ad answr 0' QUesUon pe Ut b a i l dd tik t lie anter ye. bu II dont t n c& I soq d A ppe t begav evdece O recn We whn 7a Ry'8d "Ye. 16e. Ive s sinc Iwa6 ad fel le gv' it' Ra mery abu te ptf rak. ce a.ndhe h u1 tia 63)S w 'brn inE- tow Gat s Ct Nor Crola'B mot'r W8' S r. nUve St hl No er- ic Indi mtrWAts- yers 'old 'when he"l br "Wen 'seven'Ye odnR sa w bud t- a na' I Mie F d work buU Im -n e. Ye. to .e.n. .1 'S..t. .M. .J" myseUa overr' t'a Hr Pes i slave a'ye. whc w mne t" j- I Wh M de' N ,1ttl8 slp. 'eor Q t' nle .t tl. Cnsttion 'hW I l 108 WO' dei"he 'lt' yarB -ol Mt aj tew"yeboJthe mt' o 2t t t NorQ nav r Ryte t. t'Bl nav Ya a l dt 1t N w Jery. taltUf 1ut tt ye ag whe Je be ib ma t prhU' 0' Jad lvber h t gr ltert i ol 'm b wl mf l ters aou t gn WoJa n at him S ha adavt me twtde a 'm lv sUr 'Y w ten yea old I aa1t m s th .w he'W lO'je kw RY. wh. totebt'ot hl kowe o g ba bn iVa 'W a.S' Rby e adthlB b ileve b No's mot t sone bd&eot 1& 1 ttIUoF"wBp tt w' a demt t t8 t Senor'Vprheu Jt 1 'bad id'he J. notw t i i. ter' oo ttt. I' tir j fat the. edo p rinen e'l StS8 osuctiC 1 soe'.for.tem1ont' te' rpubc"py wh a a en nng und' for\h se Ti ato" h' ow -ucr. rBtdn block r 's h e ntydlS.Vel o 'C- 7 edBT tt" FI he St..I 8Gob 'M.Toma elnt4 nota endidat6'fprVc det GenerlL n istt& nota edldte 'vee pnsaet whenchewasnomnted fOrt .tcetwth b Mr.Recanalon t toUo"tt- e GeneLgan. 9 iA COPY'O THE CONSIlrITfON o c o C i 'C o WORD. IJXGR SJJl 'Wil b gn..aw. y .t.o..an.y 1 I. cometot4cbls SSQf e il l .kfOundthe Jat' 'peramlngt9r Leag o -'W 'A er au .Wl elnen fb.jf o 0 C recordbreaker 'a a jI s t- I infonat na iwl b t te5n \l' 0-- 0 bcc /Id'r.c fJ 1WIt'O f o .0 'L- .j RQQ e 1'9 ean g or. l' 'wilcosiQU t r .t' f 0- o 7. co J j u' 0. it u 00000" i 'r J I 1" j S. t V p' 'a y i P .i V 4 T.UJLOOISTITUTIOI ATLA1TA.L. TtTESDAYLL&y2G,4896 a .V ODD FELL8 HQWILL PARICIPATE ftTHE CONTI I hRrt i2 L'4 .jp p.ifl/i S" i I -N p. Ii ip AUt. t an7 0 ff u T cers. L I I e k- t. -i.- addresses brand i U7 0 lliJay 4 .ps u forihe zr' -t. i nd 1adth'ess I z -r a tin b c- "I i r" y been'the -V- -i e sen- DEWNBDrn TBE1NEE. --t si th w \--c' i--- -c as t S as just cbs- very succeefub JA 25.-Speciat-Green ach I an oam I tru IP reali 600 tOUnd.besides fa- I eabtI I he of these biatte- sold ee Aesocatio the f most treedera- the- na 8Cendk the ea fariu3.t.jtt. I I I l a de lla2 voic nd nb Gregh-Mrs. o in- pla- e o corn pre- re- P. wh Phitadelphia nd ea an very and.was Macon a BOEiC 1lOld.Of- 25.-The 'tY. was mcznber ot the amcngthj ays ay action' taken are P Ial 'The.dn- Dubowon the uni- i de- wa tenter th n cir- ot a and ran iif theocers Novembertee-m them-for mayl9tf desire mayfl-4L Called u. W..ll. .Burke. -of the fesUva r quests all turxs at 43 andPhenlx l5.f t the it Cu week. the dis- fail-an the-city 1 ac- aotn'expOsura to b 'ill a cf to ut ye- oct a the' rear parsonage necessary thuro and men foughi roically- arid IOO flcpilre Jordan the' fact that.our own badlyjn of a ut-a Is to be hoped that the couniI- will appro -fUfl8.-an ftrg- e' r'- -a. 'T tA1 ara Faraway.from tli ced his boyhood isthe ths athe awaiting.hli.final man slsbratad gri fo up n an&-fiow- thelines is-perfectly and-ias-beeu' le tytotalk. anawer.tq think' that- w am tt wben'ask d was.6 It 'en-- walbora wasSaah hisfatheriras hewas workrdfor yeai otd overseer'dfa $2 a'year oelitet 4he ea1iorn tla&.was a 'wasitheisi years old at -before 1the tbeBo'o k- i to farm th1rty years lving-iiere-flo man W Itt tWo yeais nvin Summertbwii.-'Va re lathe thatwhea l0years- best'.of th FreeWfl1' the time of 1Iayes election. and then publlcan His last vote cast was fo and when maine was defeated h neveg to vote again P" Is Ft-ocr The Springfeld A reelved 1n sta refugees I Turkey Is froc villages were destroyed- fled- anything ewg thefr conre refugees have formed an awful burfiea- wh-m probably no tema nat1yes-j g an die-every dat an noble work physlc refuge th yt b C a-n can WOrst'of l'all ire In popuiatxon'wj' are'foenj the-roada -Tbe slncere'ia protc n. "popelafle' -bytis the Terkisli vl1la govern1g peflse re eeede4 te or some farming ImpI sOme..Zood afew' moderate ibis 340C eves's s vided 1ooks NotReTo'Btfr' a one that U to luck at around'for repu L gan Globe-Democrat. B. -Reed a be pie- 0 00 0 0 0-0 0 00 A COPYOF-- CONSTITUTION1S L wh l "syi11 thebusiriess f i 1at 0 GI 'abo. be interesflng. bicycle. ddea Jf y waflt Ofl. books'come t 6nce andge' wilLcost you C i" S I 't 1-i 1 BRAIRE i. 1--Giorg MAY. 2agfrous OVER' C- he- NegroJa Mttthew a'shYvel afternoon Inflici Co blow.- iniured rn tel andihC a chances surg sire-un th&slzof negro vs occ rrence"and I a dis subject aaPault wa 1- victl i- him 2ocri mor'e' of hi arirbulance was i a short 'while Iioapltal- where I 'here negvotlid deedoulbe comew It seems- that In cx the corner ernAgdcultural lnai shy o About. S o'clock the s ed se .A Copes be-Ca "C the negro's or hlsp steep.ernba ii p1-0 use r wberg-he w-ber" atm b the fo ncgr ln'a bole.h stall arm brdi8 in story. As hIs"jb down t1-t thto atmee tow cut Cotiong the station to the the negro' ii had Um&i -Matthews was Itatio ho peniten did-not his c subject. v -andhaa.tot an slfe rear corner street. AtSvery2al jilt-ed He -lflTSl' of the B Wuiiliigtdn. Of.the wu as of Unit White 'ebru lisper and erg iflegjy brought suit. Tb. t-lt Co Loutsi&n the Bhjrk tba t law. of ILtUis a WiI'I'Sfltyo inaZiflefl with low to give Ount of t FO take only si need nOthIIJ becanae it thel1555 Inay laugh' Coming to' you nany phy theisn Regulator "The roo of it -I good eat i is eflougb i bsd. 1 in the ns -'Wbfle the .egular. Tbefled ITA 1SIMMUti C t . . . . , . . . . . . * . . , , . , . . , . . - - - ' ' ; ( , ¬ . \ . ¬ " ? ' * ' . . . ¬ . , ' . ¬ . , & ¬ - ¬ , ¬ . . - , , . , ¬ . ' " , ¬ . , ¬ , . . ¬ . ¬ - ¬ , . , ; , , ¬ , . ¬ . . . , . . - , , . . , . - . : . . , , , , , , , . . . ' . . , , , ¬ , , ¬ . . . . . . . - < . > - [ . . , . , . , ¬ . 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