THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 199.
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GRAND JURY ORGANIZED WITH
N. EMANUEL AS FOREMAN AND
J. S. M. SYMONS AS SEC’Y.
JUDGE PARKER ON THE LAW
The First Day’s Session Was an Ex
tremely Busy One and Many
Cases Were Disposed of
The spring session of the Glynn
superior court was convened at 10
o’clock yesterday morning with Judge
T. A. Parker presiding, Solicitor Ben
net, Sheriff Berrie, Clerk du Bignon,
and Deputy Sheriff Pyles and other
attaches of the court in their places.
An innovation was introduced ill
the court when the Judge announ
ced that the deliberations would be
opened with prayer and instantly the
court was advanced to the dignity of
the church, and Rev. Walter M. Gil
more, Pastor of the Baptist church,
of this city, ascended the platform
and offered a very impressive prayer.
The feature of the day, as is usual
ly the case, was the charge to -the
grand jury and Judge Parkes took es
pecial care to charge the members of
the body as to the usual custom of
informing others of the doings of the
body while in session and while in
vestigating matters of general inter
est. He was particularly drastic with
referan.ee to the carrying of conceal
ed weapons and. urged the members of
the jury to indict without fear, favor,
or reward violators of this law wheth
friend or for, “for” said the court,,
“until the general public is made to
understand that the majesty of the law
is to be upheld and vindicated and that
the violators of tho same are to be
surely aurL we will
Judge Parker outlined very plainly
the serious and important duties that
the attach of a grand juror. “You
are machinery,” said the judge, and
continuing on this line he said: “by
which the the great work of the crim
inal court is put into active opera
tion; it is for you Lo determine wheth
er or not the offenders shall be
brought to ju lice or shall escape it.”
The usual offenses, so common in
all communities, were referred to in
Previous to the charge of the grand
jury, the members retired to their
department on the second floor of the
court house and organized with the
following officers: Foreman, N, Eman
uel, Clerk, J. S. M. Symons, Messen
ger, Horace Robinson.
When the charge was over the jury
returned to their room and began the
work of the session. ,
After the assignment of cases for
the term the court settled down to
business, and it was dispatched in
right good shape.
It will be noticed that those applying
for divorces had a fairly good inning
and at one time the court looked
like a veritable “divorce mill.”
The cases disposed of during the
day were as follows:
11. M. Miller & Son., vs. C. J. O’Far
rell, complaint; settled.
E. O. Mills & Cos., vs. V/. E. Burbage
et al., suit on accepted drift; judg
ment for plaintiff.
The Cable Piano Cos., vs. C. J. O’Far
plainiTff; judgment for plaintiif,
. Henry Prince, vs. ic Coast
Bine; damages; dismissed.
Carter & Giilispie Electric Cos., vs.
Brunswick Electrical Supply Cos., suit
on account; verdict for pia'ut’ff
If. M. Miller A: Si n, vs. C .1 O’Fa l '-
rell, E. H. |Mason, garnishee; dif>
missed by plaintiffs.
D. W. Krauss, for the use of John
son &■ Krauss, vs. F. A. Turner, dis
possory warrant; withdrawn by plain
In Re, Atlantic Export Cos., charter
In Re, Southern Produce Cos., char
ter granted .
In Re South Georgia Brick and Sup
ply Cos., • ehater granted.
Miss Libbey Brock, vs. Southern
Railway Cos., damages; settled.
W. R. Townsend, vs. Seaboard Air
Line, damages; settled.
The Brunswick Bank and Trust Cos.,
vs. H. 11. Harvey, Equitable foreclos
F. D. Aiken, vsi, Western Union
Telegraph Cos., damages; settled.
Ida Church, vs. Jane Church, al
Lydia Hill vs. Oliver Hill, divorce;
-J,- ’- ■ I’ - -111-tiff
joiiii.lutr Ariiibi.Oiig, l *.ivi.
JUDGE PARKER CREATED A TRI
UMVIRATE OF NEW INDUS
Three new concerns were chartered
in Glynn superior court at the initial
session of that body yesterday, and
all of them mean new industries or
a larger scope of action for those
already in the field of traffic.
The Southern Produce Cos. is now
one of the best known houses in the
city, and under the now charter it
proposes to expand on a larger scale
all around. Mr. H. H. Harvey, the
manager of the concern, says that
they will greatly increase their pres
ent capacity in every department of
The South Georgia Brick company
is anew company and have recently
purchased the old Crovatt brick yard
at Waynesville, which they propose
to put in the very best condition and
will engage extensively in the manu
facture of brick, pottery and other
Messrs. Montgomery, Green, White
and Savage are the ruling spirits, in
the new concern which means that
it will be a success.
The Atlantic Export company Its
also making its initial bow to the
public and it promises to be a very
important factor in commercial
Brunswick in the future. Messrs. R.
Torras, E. G. Whitfield and others
are among the incorporators and they
intend to engage extensively in lum
ber and other interests.
The News extends all three of the
concerns its very best wishes and
hopes for them an abundant- of suc
MANY ARE NOW IN BOSTON TO
HOLD AN INTERESTING
Boston, May IS.—Nearly one hun
dred military surgeons of this and
other countries, most of them gray
haired, men with decoralions and men
of great dignity, are here. These will
Tho armies of nearly every leading
nation in the world have representa
tivs here and iho meeting promise
to bo on full or interest.
THE EYESORE IS NO MORE.
Old Market Building is Being Re-
It should be a day of general hap
piness to the people of Brunswick es
pecially to tlie the members of tire
The old ‘market eyesore is a thing
of the past or will be today.
A force of men were put to work
yesterday tearing down the half finish
ed structure and the material will
he used in the construction of the new
school building which is to be erected
in New Town.
For years this old half finished
market has stood on our principal
street and the fact that it is being re
moved is a delight ft) all citizens.
The Daily News has been urging
one council after another to get tho
old eyesore out of tho way and at
last it is done.
Nearly All Are There.
New Orleans, May IS. —The Bruns
wick delegation to the reunion have
have nearly all arrived and a number
of them arc “at the St. Charles hotel.
Ail are having a great time.
Southern Building and Loan associa
tion, vs. R. Torras; judgment for plain
Jolm W. Sherwoor & Cos., vs. Ken
non Mott, suit on account; nun suit
Rosetle Moody, vs. Parris Mody,
libel for divorce; filrst verdict for
Francis Rainey, vs. Williaw Rainey,
libel for divorce; verdict (jr
Lena Davis, vs. William Davis, libe
for divorce; first verdict lor plaintiff.
Mary E. McVeigh, vs. A. J. Mc-
Veigh, libel lor divorce,verdict for
Louisa B. Wheeler , vs. N. B.
Wheeler, libl for divorce; Hist lor
Mrs. Ella Markham, vs. Nathan
Markham, libel for divorot: first ver
dict for plaintiff.
The grand jury was ini session,
during the afternoon and transacted
Both tribunals will meet ai the usual
jours tin morning.
THE PROGRAM A
LARGE CROWD ATTENDED THE
NEW TOWN DEBATING SOCIETY
MEETING LAST NIGHT,
NAME WILL NO I BE CHANGED
The Society Also Decides to Bar Out
Citizens Who Do Not Re
side in That
Last night’s meeting qf the New
Town Debating society was unques
tionably the most delightful ope in
the history of that popular organiza
It was announced some few days
ago that the regular program for the
evening would he dispensed with and
a program of music would be rendered
by local talent of the city.
This was the case, and the pro
gram, which follows, was rendered,
with the exception of of the singing
contest between Captain IT. Dart and
Col. Edwin Dart, both of these gentle
men being absent.
The numbers by Mrs. Bay and the
Misses Symons Were the gems of the
evening, and the solo by Mr. J. A.
Montgomery and chorus pleased the
audience. The quintette, by a chorus
of male vocalists (?) whom some.one
fooled into the mistake of singing in
pubjici created considerable amuse
ment, and as a musical farce, for
which it was, of course, intended, was
a great success and was the occasion
of considerable good natured fun.
W. E. Demster’s recitation . was
thoroughly interesting and he was
roundly applauded at Us conclusion.
Previous to the program the socie
ty held a short business meeting and
it was decided not to change the panic
of the urgtuiizqUon and the doors of
likens, that is so far as active mem
bership is concerned, who do not re
side in New Town.
Mr. J. A. Montgomery, who was
active in arranging the program, as
well as those who contributed, were
given the thanks of the society
through President Brobston.
The program as rendered last night
was as. follows:
Introductory Overture Selected
Mandolin Club —Max Marks, Karl
Baumgartner Robert Wood Shields
Kenan, Herbert Miller.
Piano Solo—lll Trovatjore—Verdi
Mrs J. F. Baya.
Duet —Holy Mother Guide His Foot
Misses Fe and Janie Symons.
Solo and Chorus—King O’er the Land
and the Sea Thompson
J. A. Montgomery, Robert Wood,
Roland Farmer, 0, H. Leavy, Shields
Kenan, H. von Weller.
Singing contest between Captain U.
Dari, and Mr. Edwin Dart. Challen
ger Captain U. Dart, Challenged M
Edwin Dart Judges to lie selected.
Prose Recitation —Tam O'Shanter —-
Burns Mr. W. E. Demster
Soprano solo —-Tlio Holy City—Miss
Medley—Quartette—Old familiar aires
—Robert Wood, Roland Farmer,
11-. von Weller. • ,
J. A. Montgomery, C. H. Leavy
NOTES FROM THE PIER.
Interesting items From Glynn’s
St. Simon Pier, May 18. —The Hes
sio brought down two fairly good siz
ed crowds Sunday but none of the
excursionosts wont into the surf It
seems that it was most too cold for
Capt. and Mrs. Chan. Temple and
family will again occupy their pretty
cottage this summer.
There are quite a large number of
gutsL- at. the Bracking! on bouse. It
lias been put in good shape and will
be run on an up to date plan-ami the
outlook for a good season is very
Mrs. Wallace has tilings in good
shape al her well regulated place and
is ready for the season. Mrs. Wal
lace will have a first class, bathing
house iu connection wit 1 1 her other
Will Marry Again.
Sioux Falls S. I). May 18.—It is
said by members of the local divorce
colony the Mrs. Roland B. Molinetix
is to marry again as soon as she gets
her divorce. It will be remembered
that she came here as soon as her
husband was acquitted for Hie purpose
; L ” C iii l* - UI .’OIXO.
BRUNSWICK, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1903.
MRS. LARRILARD’S LOSSES WILL
BE LARGER THAN
London, May 18. —The loss of Mrs.
Pierre Lorrllard, who is reported to
have robbed of $50,000 worth of
jewels, amounts probably to a far
greater sum than at first reported.
Mrs. Lorrllard lost all of her jewelry
except what she was wearing, and a
letter of credit and othcA valuables.
The robbery occurred at tie Berk
ley hotel, to which place two men
followed Mr. and Mrs. Lord laid a,’,'
the way from Monte Carlo.
The thieves evidently waited a fa
vorable opportunity to commit the
robbery, and are gone with the valua
The police have no clue. Inti Mrs.
Lorrilard remembered meeting at va
rious points on the journey the two
suspects and seeing them again when
she arrived at London.
GENERAL GORDON IS THERE
Commander in Chief of the Confed
erate Veterans in New Orleans.
New Orleans, May IS.—General
John B. Gordon reached this city to
day and but far (lie fact that the
long ride made him tired lie is in
The general expressed himself as
being highly pleased with the arrange
niade by the people of New Orleans
for the veterans and he thinks the
gathring will he a great one In every
sense of the word.
A HOSPITABLE CITY.
New Orleans Belongs to the Old Vet
erans This Week.
NeW Orleans, May 18. —Talking ab
out hospitality you can see some of it
In genuine fashion here.
This morning a number of veterans
went, to a fine restaurant and ordered
about everything on the bill of fare
but when tliev asked £pr thei. bill
1 .. iiusirtiiS ¥
a |J: lie proprie
other but went down into their pock
ets, got the money and handed it to
the cashier. “I am sorry said this
sweet little girl who attended to the
finances, "but this is Confederate mon
ey and we refuse to take it.”
It was a joke but tin: old warriors
diil not seem to catch on but they did
when the young lady told them that
the proprietor had told her not to
accept a cent from a Confederate Vet
eran. They say that the news of this
mail’s kindness and patriotism has
spread like wild fire among the vet
erans and now his place is getting to
he headquarters. But everything is
HIS FOOT BADLY MASHED.
Richard Kelley, Colored, the Victim
of a Painful Accident.
While engaged in assisting in the
loading of tin* schooner Converse yes
terday. Richard Kelley was the victim
of iv painful accident and one that
will keep him from work for several
Kelley had the misfortune to be in
the way when a pile of ties fell and
several of them came down on his
foot badly mashing it.
Dr. War.ton dressed the wounds ami
tlie man is getting along very well.
In the city statement published on
Sunday last the following ,i orreetion
is made: Under tile hmm receipts
tlx; item of Wlm. Johns ise s7,”>o
should have been $17,50. )
The Evangelist Meeting.
The evangelist meetings at the Bap
tist church are growing in interest
a large congregation heard Evange
list Walker last night discuss the
‘Obedience of Faith.” Meetings this
afternoon at 4 and tonight at 7:45.
Excursion to Darien.
The steamer Hcssic carried a large
colored excursion to Darien yesterday
morning It was a good matured lot
and they probably had a good day of
To Act as Court Reporter.
During the absence of Court Sten-
Ograper A. I>. Gale,, who is attend
ing the meeting of Hit Grand Lodge
K. of P. in Atlanta this week, Foster
Memory, private secretary to Con
gressman BranUcy. will perform the
duties of t;:e office.
B & B. Pay Train is Out
The B. B. pay train left early
yesterday morning on its monthly
trip to pay off the variou employees
along the line of the road General
Manager McDuffie and Auditor Chan
’’->r ere in charge of the train.
OH IB ATLANTA
BRUNSWICK DELEGATION LEFT
LAST NIGHT TO ATTEND
TWO WARM CONTESTS ON
The PJeeting This Year Promises to
Be an Interesting One—Some
Features of the Pro
The Brunswick Knights of Pythias,
who will attend the meeting of the
Grand Lodge to be held in Atlanta,
1 eginning this morning, left last
night via the Southern for that city.
Those who art in the party arc:
A. IJ Gale, Max Isaac, E. G. Butts,
L Ludwig, 1. VVarsar, L. 11. Ilayin,
C. M. Brady and others.
Later in the week other prom
inent members of the order will go up
to he present at the election of offi
cers, which generally occurs on the
last day of the session.
There is quite* a warm contest on
Lor the position of grand outer guard,
in which Brunswick has a candidate
in the person of Col. Max Isaac, the
well known attorney. He is being op
posed by Col. It. L. J. Smith, of Jef
ferson, who is also a lawyer and one
of the most, prominent men in that
section ot the state.
The fight in tills case while il.
lias been an intense one, has been con
ducted in a very good natured way
and in either event the lodge will
select a competent and thoroughly
select a competent outer guard.
The opening session of tile grand
lodge will be held at 11 o’clock at the
j Castle hall, Atlanta Tuesday May 19.
1 At. 1(1 o’clock a procession will be
formed in front of the Kaiser building
which is to be composed of the nieiu
i € ihc-grand Laifcrm rr..,b
and local and visiting Knights. Head
ed by the Fifth regiment band the
procession will move down South Pry
or street to Trinity avenue, Trinity
avenue and ’Whitehall, Whitehall to
Peachtree and to the grand opera
house, where a reception will lie held
at 10:30 o’clock.
Addresses ot welcome will lie made
at the reception by Mayor Howell, in
behalf of the city; by F. Roland Als
ton in belialt of the Atlanta lodges,
and by Hamilton Douglas, supreme
representative. The responses will he
by Grand Chancellor F. M. Some!
Lamp, of Columbus; Grand Vice Chan
cellor ('. M. Milam, of Cartorsville,
and Judge John I*. Ross, ol Macon.
The grand lodge will he in session
during the afternoon ami at night
there will he a.special lodge meeting
at the grand opera house lor the ben
edit of the visitors at which degree
will he conferred or, a number of can
At noon Wednesday, following tile
usual meeting of the Grand Lodge
tlier will he a parade of the uniform
rank which will lie formed in front
of the Kimball house headed by the
Fifth regiment hand. The procession
will move, as outlined for the parade,
on the opening day, except that the
march will continue lo the junction of
Peachtree and West Peachtree where
vies will ho in waiting to take the.
Knights to the barbecue at Piedmont
park. The barbecue, under direction
of Col. William Sparks, will he served
al 1:30 o’clock and is given by thd
local lodges to the Grand Lodge, uni
form rank and all local and visiting
Knights and their ladies The exhi
bition prize drill will fallow at 3
o’clock. The closing session of the
Grand Lodge will he held at. night.
The officers of the Grand Lodge are:
F M. Sommerkamp, grand chancellor,
Columbus; M. Millani, grand vice
chancellor, Cane:sviile; -1. A. Jones,
grand prelate, Waycross; W. If. Bran
on, grand master at arms, Buena Vis
ta; T. 11. Nickerson, grand inner
guard, Athens; D. J. Bailey, grand
outer guard, Griffin; W. H. Leopold,
grand keeper of records and seals,
Savannah; Turner G. Howard, grand
master of eexhequer, Angola; T. J.
Coiling, Macon, and Hamilton Doug
las, Atlanta, supreme representatives.
THE FIRST CLEAR DAY.
Hundreds Who Have Been Indoors
Were Out Sunday.
Yesterday was the first, clear day
this sec. ion las had in about two
weeks and it is needless to say that
everybody* was delighted.
From early morning until way af
ter night the streets were thronged
with people who have been weather
CAPE TOWN JOE BESTS BIG JOE
.... „ |
inn glovo contest al th- Grand
Ifti'i nigh I hot woen "Capetown .Joe
and "Hi;; Joe Wnghr developed into
a genuine slugging match, ;usd both
of tiit' aspirants, for the large-1 sh;o
--ol ihe gate receipts, stood ionic
really trying punishment. I!i. Joe"
had the advantage of his antaguni: ( in
the matter of weight by soni fifteen
Pounds, but the doughty Cape Town
diminutive and dark, was too much
for local Joe, and at the end of the
fourteenth round the visitor succeed
••d in landing a solar plexus, that put
the yellow •porter out of business
and made things even with "Cape
There was no fluke of any kind, it
was a. hard fought hat fie and al
though the word foul was heard -ev
era! times, it is a question whether
or not there was a foul in the entire
llotli negroes fought at random sev
eral times hut both tried to give* tin
other a fair deal.
The audience seenvd to svmpa
thiizo with the local man and at one
time, in the ninth round, il was
claimed that “Cape" fouled. The ref
erees thought ii a foul, but left it
with the audience, who call* I for
more fight, and the battle went on
with the above result.
The Grand was comfortably crowd
ed and the entire audience appeaivd
to enjoy (ho bout.
“Big Joe” sajs ii<> is willing to try
ii again with “Capo” whenever the
latter is ready.
GEORGIA ENCAMPMENT BEGINS
AT GRIFFIN ON
1 J'J 7<T\ 22.
Atlanta, May is.-—Tile emanipnien
of Georgia state troops begins this
summei at Camp Nortlien, Grii-in,
during the wr:-k m June wi.. ,
thd Fourt !• • of i ml rj \v il
go into camp.
The governor aid Saturday that
lie would probably place another ivg
irnent at the camp at the -nine lime,
either the Second or the Fir.-i reg
iin lit. The encampment will allow
each regiment one week and will be
in force about three weeks (or a
WILL ARRIVE TODAY.
The First Excursion Will Arrive To
day From A &, B. Points.
The In-si real big "M ur.siuii is soiled*
tiled to each the cilykq wL'yptu ika
tiled to reach Jlrmi \vi k today, al i
uled to leach Brunswick ui 1 o’clock
this att.ernoon and the pn:;v will com
from till points along i . Inn of the
Atlantic and Birmingham railron I
At Nicholls the party will he turn
od over to the B. A B. aild will arrive
iu this city over that line.
The ‘v’WH has . thai a laic mini
her of citizens I'rom ih.it .-iciios will
come to the city f ;r the pu po ? of
getting acquainted with Brunswick
and her people Tu<* N w.s bids ’hem
a cordial welcome.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Mrs. J. A. Montgomery and Twc Chil
dren, the Victims of a Runaway.
A careless little negro on a bicycle
caused an accident Sunday m ruing
that might have been a very serious
Mr Montgomery nr and two children ■
won* driving trout rlm.ili. and v. ’on
opposite the store of c M-G ,1 .
on Nowca-tle -tr*•-i the dusky hu-d
cyclist delibera* ly collided with
Bang frightening the ho
dashed on down to Hanover • ,i-;
Here, Mr. Bayard Bum.-, in •>.
the situation, jumped in front *<i the
team, and by hard work sic i in
(hocking the bor . . in con... ea- n
of winch 1:0 damage \v;:. doc. to tie
inmates of the vehicle
The wheel, however, which was 1
caught ii; lie ri’iir of In carriage
was de.'ioli. i;< ,
force the o'dinaiK" r*:.iTing to bicy
Shrimp and Crabs Scarce.
So lar this * ison both shrimp and
crabs have be-n very scarce* but they
are looked for in large quant it ic.- in
the near future. The weather has
boil so bad that it has been impossible
for the iishoimen to go out. for ilium. 1
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
I is ACCEPTED
HON. J. T. SHACKLEFORD TO AD
DRESS GLYNN HIGH SCHOOL
H* SS WILL kNOWIM A IHE MAN ■
The Exercises will Occur Friday Even
ing May 29, and the Class Will
Be Composed of Fifteen
l fo5) 1 •. Rb:i l.!(‘i'nrl of Alliens,
l'<is ae.opied liie Invitation extend*
' ! by Mr. ii ini of th* city schools
i:ml wil ■ -‘l l v• * ■ tlio a(1(lros::s to tho
i Hi; ’ al fho rnuimcvo
uitiut exen’ise- 1 . to I**' . huld at tho
Mansfudd treed school building on
Friday evening. May 2b.
Mr. Shackleford is one of tho
h st known lawyers in north Georgia,
in an able and eloquent, pr.unr and the
I unswicl . ■ • rest as ired
that they‘will hear a treat.
The cla-s this year is larger than
Tsual, cop ;isi ing of about fifteen.
v s|m ; ii musical program is to bo'
arranged and the exercises promise
to bo both pleasant and interesting.
THEY ARE OFF.
Brunswick Delegation to the Reunion
Leave for Now Orleans.
Quito ~ <|ol/*j*ion of linilkoVvickittU*
left ai six o’clock yesterday morn
ing for New Orleans to attend tho
.■•Teat Confederate reunion in that city.
In addition to the regular delegates
from* t!.• • Veterans and Sons'of Vet
* t ins a number of citizens took oc
< • ion to take in the trip and Br unfit*
a- k will l*o well represented at tho
gathering of tlie old soldiers.
Indications from all seen ions point
to a very large attendance and
it ,-is uuw. „evJdf>tti the reunion!,
will be ono of the largest attended in
tho history of the organization.
STRONG FIGHT IS ON.
A Hct Contest for Grand Outer
Atlanta. May, IS. Tie* light, for tho
eosi! inn nl Giand Outer Guard is at
tracting a great deni of attention and
;* prniidsi s to be lively from start to
Ther is still a strong probability
that Max Isaac, of Brunswick, will
be the v inner but at tiii time noth
ing is certain.
Tin* ran; for Grand Keeper of Re
* urd: and .sals is also attracting atten
tion in Knights of Ia thins circles all
over t.iif slate Mr. Leopold lit is
i bought will win. Tin* position pays
about Slimih.uo annually but then.! is
a gr at d< ,il of work connected with
Qelegae are arriving on every
train and ii look iik 0 the meeting will
be one *i i' i■ mo.it successful ever
iudd l,i> tin (I' orgia Knights.
Several sections of Lay street need
Geniion a:id at once. Some parts of
ii are vc-y bad in wet wen: her and
an* a ndy in dry. Tin stive: eom
iniitei .-iiouid goi t.o work on it at the
earliest possible moment.
Beautify the Squares.
When file old market building is
eompleioly torn down there will be an
other Miiiare for the attervion of the
eivie leagin- and the News hopes tho
members will take the matter up at
once. The square in front of the jail
also needs attention.
Country Residents Here.
The meeting of the superior court
yes!erd;r> bm gh* a large number of
Glypp eonu* l ' couniry re.-idc-nts in
as many of i r.iqn ar>- jar.-s and wit •
ip ■ -es.
Gone tj Work.
The g! , :ird jury lias l-o r.o to work
■ • ;*"d t hat : *dy has pi ;. ’ y o:’ mater
ial io -o , -,n ami a: join ato do it.
Meet in IV!icon Today.
Tv G ' ’g:i I*!iarina' i iitie.il assop
: itjen meet in Macon todav ami
* • ~. n sion f 1 •
I ■ i a fl< >urish
Head Badly Mashed.
A freight car turned over near the
•hai’ of Frank I* Aiken yesterday
nmming and he is sai l to be in a
!s< •. erely injuring one of the colored
men employed at the wharf.
Picnic Season is Near.
The different Sunday schools are
getting ready for their annual picnics.
Most of them will go to St. Simon.