A WORTHLESS DRAFT. AND STILL ANOTHER
A Xegro Voter Wus Shot for Shouting
r for Jon^s.
Montgomery, Aug. 10. --LAn-ther
shooting affray, growing out oi the fate
.election, occurred at Greenville, on the
Louisville and Nashville. A r^gro and
George Hicks, the son of Tax Assessor
Hicks, became involved in a quarrel, the
negro shouting for Jones and K. ;s for
The negro was shot three times, and
was killed. There is much excitenijjjA,
and more trouble is feared.
THE CENTRAL GIVES A LOW CON
JorfN GINN IN TROUBLE AGIN’ OK A
DRAFT THAT WOULDN’T DR AW. ,
You can make no greater find th
to discover the right place for purchas
ing Groc ries. To the right place you
can go with a feeling of absolute e-
curitv. To it you can go without ex
ercising eternal .vigilance, in order to
protect your interests.
•We sell'Groceries on the principle
that we would like to have applied to
us if we were buying them. We see
that our patrons lose nothing through
carelessness, and we take excellent
care to keep in stock nothing that it
not just what it ought to be. in the mas
ter of quality. That is why when you
come to us you come to the right place
for Groceries. We now have iu stock
an exceptionally fine line of
One Fare For the Round Trip Granted
and the Tickets Are Good to Re
turn Until August 19
The Central, the pride of Georgia,
gives one fare for the round trip to Al
bany for the great Congressional con
tention and Democratic rallyi
"This insures a great crowd from all
along the lines of the Southwestern
railroad. ■ «
Reportsfrom all over the district
are to the.effect that nearly everybody
is coming to that convention, and out
of the promise of the large attendance
Albany has decided to make the night
the lGcb, the occasion of a
The Cooks on a Mrise.
Homestead, Pa., Aug. 11.—Charles
Rayburn, head cook at the Carnegie
Steel Works, struck and left, taking
with him seventy-one cooksaud waiters.
As a result, many of the non-nnion men
went without their suppers, and the
locked out men are claiming a partial
victory. Raymond was under contract
with the Carnegie company to furnish
waiters and cooks. He and Superin
tendent Potter quarreled, and he' was
arrested and held in the company’s office
until 4 o’clock. He was given $120 to
pay off his men aud himself. The culi
nary department left the works in a
Mori Tronble in Pennsylvania.
Pittsburg. Aug. 11.—The first trouble
since the beginning of the strike at the
Union mills occurred early in the morn
ing, when John Reams, a non-anion
man was. assaulted and badly beaten by
twojmen. One of his assailants waa a
striker and the other was an outsider.
Both men were promptly arrestod by
John Ginn, who posed as a United
States Deputy Marshal and got into
trouble generally a few days ago was
in the city yesterday.
And he was in trouble as usual.
John seems to he a very -slick citizen
and many people believe that he is
seriously crippled under the bat.
But he knew enough to get himself
into trouble and to come back to Al
The News and Advertiser report
ed his return to uie clty, and at once
began to> watch to see
: fancy groceries
great Democratic rally for Southwest
And low rates for the people have
been asked for and very kindly granted
by the riiilroads leading into the city
and the response ot the Central makes
up the tulllist.
They grant their reduced rate from
Springville, Ga., and Columbia, Ala.,
Tickets good from
Very many people are surprised at
the remarkable improvement in their
Eye Sight made by my Spectacles ant
Eye Glasses. There is no gue§s work
about them the Eye3 are tested Scien
tifically and all errors of refraction
corrected with the best lenses tba
labor and capital can produce. The
only graduate optican in the city,
graduate of the New York, Cleveland
and Ohio Schools.
Also, a large, choice and complete
line of fresh
trouble he would get into.
And it developed yesterday morn
He went up to the Racket store on
upper Broad street yesterday morning
and purchased a pair of shoes. He
gave in payment for them a draft on
his brother for $15. In order to col-
lect'the draft it was necessary for it to
be endorsed and Hr. Simon Rud man,
one ot the proprietors endorsed It and
carried it to the bank for collection.
He then learned that the draft was
worthless and returned it to Ginn.
Ginn then went down to Kievies’
and made some purchases and tender
ed the draft, endorsed by Rudmon in
But the salesmen were too sharp to
be caught in such a manner and re
fused to deliver tha goods until the
draft was cashed.
It was then found by them to be
worthless and that Rudmon had neg-
CANDIES AND FRUITS.
• A Choice Selection of
CANNED FRUITS and MEATS.
16th to 19th, inclusive.
The matter of low rates now stands
as follows: .
Central railroad—one fare for round
Brunswick ds Western—one fare for
Extension one fare for round trip.
S., F. & W.—a very low rate $nd a
Columbus Southern—a .very low
rate and a special train from Richland.
And ic is supposed the Sam road
will do the Same.
Mayor W. H. Gilbert received a let
ter yesterday from MayorT. F. Jones,
of Blakely, stating that a large num
ber of people down there desired to
come and requested Mayor Gilbert to
see if a more couvenieut schedule
could be arranged arriving here earlier
and leaving later.
Mayor Gilbert at opce began con
ferring with the Central and, thinks a
convenient time table can be arranged.
It is to be hoped so, as a number of
people will take advantage of the op
portunity and come up during the
The occasion is going to be-one of
the police. - .* ~
A Fatal Wreck.
Denver, Aug. 11.—A wreck at Peters
burg proves to have iDjured more' per
sons than was at first expected. The
uumber has been increased to eighteen,
of which Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Elling
ton may die.
Two More Deaths In New Fork.
New Yorf. Aug. 11.--Sporadic cases
of smajlpox continue to he reported iu
this city, and there were two' more
tfeaths from the disease.
The Dope’s Desires Frustrated.
London, Aug. 11.—The Chronicle’s
Rome correspondent says the pope's de>-
sire to make an American cardinal at
the next consistory has been frustrated
by the divergence of views of Archbish
ops Corrigan and Ireland. The pope
has resolved to appoint the very Rever
end Charles John Vaughn bishop of
Westminster cardinal at the earliest
An Atlanta Fireman Dead.
Atlanta, Aug. 11.—Sam Daniel, a
well known member of the fire depart
ment, died at the home of his father, J.
E. jpayiel, at Woedville, Ga. Mr. Dan
iel was a member of No. land was Chief
Joyner’s private secretary.
As soon as they pain and yogp read
ing blurs be sure to call on me at csce
and have yours Eyes fitted with a pail
of my Elegant Eye Glasses or
Leading Jeweler and Opti
cian. i .
lected to scratch his name,
er, off the draft.
About this time the officers took
Ginn in charge and carried him before
Mayor Gilbert who gave him choice of
serving out a sentence or leaving town,
Ginn agreed to leave and dkl so, but
if he comes back it is more than likely
that a bit ot a sentence will be given
him that will teach him not to trouble
people in Albany any^more. ,
Absolutely unbreakHidH, M»x Cas
sell & Sisters are authorized to refund
themohey for “Featherbque Corsets”
and waists and all sorts of cor-etr-
if not entirely satisfactory aftei
four rfei ks’ trial.
The most durable corset ever offere
to the trade.
Carries in stock a,
One Killed and Six Injured.
Galveston, Aug. 11.—A Ntws spe
cial says: "A railroad wreck on the
Southern Pacific road near Unable killed
one man and injured six, all of whom
were employes of the road.
Bo Not Keep thji Stores Open Until Afte
fX4 MAN 4TIOK .1 NTS
The time for dosing the stores at C
o’clock will expire on August 15, and
the agreement ceases..
But it has been suggested that
owing to th 3 fact that oh thepightof
the lGth the big Democratic rally takes
place and the convention meets on the
following day, and that there will,
probably be some demonstration on
the night of the 17tb, that the mer
chants defer the keeping open nutil
This will give everybody ah oppor
tunity to participate in the rally and
attend the night meetings and Albany
should turn out as many people as pos
It is to be hoped that the merchants
will readily see the importance of clos
ing at the usual hour until after this
.meeting and agree to it.
A committee from the Democratic
Club will call upon the merchants and
ask that they close and it would he a
graceful act on their part to do so.
-HeWas Justin Tune.
Mr,, T. M. Nelson, the popular and
clever insurance man, returned from a
very delightful trip frqm Cumberland
“I had the most pleasant and de
lightful trip of my life,” said Mr. Nel
son yesterday to a News and Adver
tiser reporter, “and I couldn’t hand- ,
ly get my consent to leave the scene o r 1
so much genuine enjoyment. Bui
amid all the pleasures of the visit I felt
that I ought to return. This feeling
kept increasing until Saturday I deter
mined to come home, although I knew
of nothing that demanded myatlen-'
“I arrived here Saturday night just
in time to see the Cox house destroyed j
by fire. The house was insured in
one of my companies and I would
have been called home next ohy if I ■
had not felt impelled to return as I did
Ldmission lo Georgia normal
and Indus rial Coll ge.
A Lone Highwayman.
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. ,11.—The Quija-
loa mail stage was held up by a lone
highwayman. The mail sack was cut
open, hut nothing of value was found.
In accordance with requirements of
President J. cl. Chappell, and the
duties of my office a written examina
tion of the applicants for admission to
the Georgia^ Normal and Industrial
College, will te held at the Court
House in this city on Thursday Aug.
18th, at 9 o’clock.
The questions have been prepared
and sene by President Chappell and
will be on spelling, arithmetic, gram
mar, geography, United States history
and a short composition.
The average required for admission
is 75 per cent. J. S. Davi3.
Now Ryder Ha* Confessed.
Copenhagen, Aug. 10. —Henry Ryder,
United States consul, is here under ar
rest, charged with misappropriating
200.000 kroners. He confessed to being
guilty of embezzlement and forgery.
Alarming In the Cherokee Strip.
EL Reno, Aug. 10.—Dispatches from
Captain Michler, commanding the troops
in the Cherokee strip, show an alarming
condition of affairs. It is feared that
the cattlemen are resisting eviction.
The Indian Attendants on rue viues.
The Indian attendants who now inva
riably accompany the queen are a source
of great tronble to the court officials
wild have charge of the various arrange
ments. The Indians require to travel
by themselves in a separate saloon, and
their meals and all refreshments must
be served to them in the train at the
stopping stations instead of their going
to the buffets with the suite and the •
Special arrangements have also to he i
mads for the Indians at the hotels, which j
cause much bother and considerable.ex- :
tra expense. Yet they have practically !
I have the most at
tractive line of
Mrs. S. A. Atkinson returned yes
terday from Brunswick where she has
been spending several days enjoying
the salubrious breeze by the sea.
to be found in the
Is guaranteed to every one who takes
Hood’s Sarsaparilla fairly and accord
ing to directions. This is the only
preparation of v- hich “100 doses one
dollar” can truly be said.
Telephone me when
you want a physician
and I will see that ;|our
order is is filled. »
You will mi33 it if you don’t attend
tiie Great shirt sale today aud tomor
2t Hofmayer & Jones.
An expert prescription-
ist is always ready to
Two men in the town of Cooper,
Me., disputed as to the ownership of a
and had a
*VreakneH»., Itiervoniine»», Bebilily. and
the train of evils from early errors or later cx*
cesses, the result, of overwork, sickness/worry,
etc. Full strength, development, ami tone driven
to every or.’iin and portion of the body. Simple*
natural methods. Immediate improvement seen.
Failure impossible. 2,000 references.’ Book, expltv
iiRtions and proofs mailed (sealed) free. Address*
KRiZ MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO- W. v.
piece of'land worth .$1
ii^ht With clubs and pitchforks. Then
they went to law about it,- and up to
date have spent about $400 in lawyers’
fees. The case is still on. *
cent for ihow.
Telephone No. 13,
French peasants will keep a goose
fresh for twelve months by catting the
bird into joints, placing it ar. earthen
pot and filliug all the interstices with
bog’s lard. When they feel an appe
tite for goose they withdraw as much
as they want from the pot, carefully
filling the cavity with more lard.
A woman calling herself Mme. Ap
paruti has swindled the tradesmen o
Paris out of goods Jued at $000,000 aru
has disappeared, rfhe represented her,
self as holding large orders for gar
ments. fabrics and gold lace -for eourt-
of Russia, Greece and Deo mark.
I offer my sejjgw'- to the peopie of
Albany and tbif" Jnh. f represent
a splendid rlna.«^T«Wftnies and will
■ 'wavs fee glad - ish well-written
policies on slKq f y.iea. M v office will
he at Carter £ rlfqlk’s *srehouse,
j 9 ly r _TyM. NELSON.
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