" i WORK
HD PWIPTLY niaill) AT
C4RC JOB OFFICE.
"FOUNffl'.Y t MACHINE WORKS,
Manufactures Iron and Bras
Caatinga, Mill and Gin Gearing
.gUjp\ 1 WV *® d Machinery, Shafting, Pulley*,
* Hangers, Ac., s a» Mills,
H* od » nU Eower , ’ re «* c *’ C * oe
' Mtllaand Evaporator*.
Belting. Packing of all kinds. In
•pit a tore, Injectors. Valve*. Piping. Fittings, ***•«» *“ d WaUr Gung". *«■
We are now waking Furtable Stesm Engine*, which we sell with an
absolute gsaraatee aa loquaHty and workmanship, and at prices that defy
c»»pMHio«. We also ell Alla* and Ames Engines. Turbine Water
Wheel*, Mill Stones, Bolling Cloth, and everything needed about a nil!
Call and see us nr write to us before baying.
THE MOST COMPLETE
BOOTS & SHOES
THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE,
IB IttOU © SO
g*Uef*eUoa gsarwatewd with every pair.
House and Sign Painters
and Deutero in Wall Paper PainU Oils Varnish
11. Uam MM am»». nm mm tw unn e.rmit enm
THE ATHENS (JAS LIGHT CO..
—r« ■»«»••< ear
eight. IIKAT and I’owEit.
COAL, COKE AND TAR,
CABKM LLT SCMKMKD A SHIRA* ITK>.I MTUMINUCS COAL
AT LOWEST MARKET RATEB.
COKK a the rib-r-y—* »*d beet ftota Aw Coehleg «Msraw sad Rang*
<- •»- r«-A*Btafli*. SMwwaraw.
CLARKE AND AD
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W. D. GriflfcUJ.
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Wholesale and Krtail
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ATHENS. GEORGIA. SATURDAY OCT. 19, 1889.
Frrwu aw* Tfctwg* Here aw* Tkere
I Mr. Mark Chesibam to agam io the city
with his fife ads. We are glad to note that
hi* health i» greatly improved.
Let all who have relics worthy of ex-
I bibit contribute to the socceas of the
Northeast Georgia Fair. Everyone can
> do •ometbicg toward* making the Fair a
■uccceea. and if all puli together, the re
ran will be gratifying, and the Fair will be
, wxuetbing of which Athena can point to
with pride. The aucceM of the uoJrrUk
-1 tag rests not with the directors, but wnb
Ibe ciuaeoa of Athena.
From Mr. J. D.‘B-i<smy,we learn of the
r death of Mr. J. M. While at the home of
b* sister, Mrs L K Harr* near Ntcbotaoc
* on Tuesday, the Bte. He was lorty-fire
yean of age, and waa a good soldier la tbs
■ate war, and had t-<-en in Texas for the
I past twenty-live year*. He returned home
Io die three w<»aa ago, being a victim to
that drrad draeaae, coosaoipiia*. la hie
f boy-bood deya, Mr. While WM wtU known
aad quite a favorite « the neighborhood
1 WUer* be lived near Ntahuiao*.
Be sis ami go to the eburch to-morrow.
The preacher may touch upon the very
•object yon wiah to bear
The prvparsti .ns for tbs Hebrew Ball
Nov. »<h, are pr«<rre»ing floaty and Ibe
occaataa prumwea lo be one of the mual
delightful ia lbs history of our city.
Oaduway. Lambert sad Co are having
their Mare-ratMß pat in order. sad will
opa* up a stuck <4 goods Bell weak. Tbe
•ns is a etroag owe, e»d wUI proper
Baser* Lowe A Elder have had a naw
tateptaMM ptaCad in thaw atare. It in
The friends of Mr. Wilde McDowell will
args bin ft election frtaa the secund ward,
and be wul. •*> ifawirt make the rate. Hr
| baa made a good taflewr end aa yet we
' have beard Bo upptwiuua lo him Ha w
in tavur al pnasary •teutons
The thou w«d wul bee. a r»-l rvprr
■reiaiivv m Mr. J M. Ractatf. The a*l>-
meet lor bun to s»uk« las race » so etroag
teat We era aura Mr Hacker wul be Aider
mao tor the thud.
<r ao doo ctai of the court. Mr C. D
Vleeeei. trite bs teat a great deal rd bos
toaea wife be waoaectod naxi w«eh. The
1 ovi. duchat m leU.
A gaat amen from Khodv Idaad arrived
in the city Uro as eai-g. and wdi acmpt a
|Ma*l<Me to the machine flbupe <d the
The Vuaußfefe* retarae thanks for a
Mho* to the FbM. to be hrid ia UhMraeviUe
Nov. b, •. Lead A We Bove eu doubt
bet that the F«w wul he quite a raenem.
aad that ▲tbeae wtd awed ep a aeaaiw at
tante at aaeneoc.meai at ite» merrtegv
of Mr Magh Downing »•* Mina Mranda
tettew*. of Newnan, ere eat.
Mrs ». I Talwradge, n to wlvmaily
| ■——ted, baa itea baadeuoMe* odtecte*
I «d teat hoane S«wera to Athena. Mae ia a
leag»i fl vm and aetuvewa many •*-
qaMte vatu Was
*ee -Ctoy Tn«- MMrw la oatWheOdamn
Mr George Hedge* baa Mamed *e Ute
alty atw *a eiteeebJ imiaiaani inp.
Tea AtiaaM Juorwel <d tMurday baa th*
. fidtowtaa - Tbr«e at AiMea yuaag ladies
Mm toe Ute and S>eate Uuhee. sad Kate
> Ihawy era the «•**• at Stea Clto fl ml th.
to Wee Maher St Taaf wdl stay only
a tww days e«<ag to ibe acteoad Jaime at
t It to MOW Han* to pay tea* taMaHmaa* as
atoy ia*. and m*to*i»
M Watt Ora* at Ornnh Opera Cteaayi
ay wriwd to *lbeate today He oetotiaay
wtt! twevrat rww at »te»W eow epavaa'- V»-
geam* end The Srteoada” an tbto tety
BOO* M-mdar and faraday rights The
Athens poMtat w® lara mho the arse*‘a
•any td tba tee iteel «e**poay hem m*
The two fritowtag fvoto the A Mala
pnprav w*d be td ie«**vot b» htbrae penptai
! Sea Imwte bva oftee vuMed here sad to a
I great fheaaate to set city.
Mee Bagto* Mkwhm and Mtee t-.ae
1 M«vt»e two at Atb***' uset temeiifri ami i
hrMtoaet praag todteo •*» have bee* the
reram at Men J-m WySa. toft *>w tbwe
bran* (hto *w« moea to the ngrvt at
at ibrat a*aay Atensa* »lm ton.
Moe ClMtota Lew*, at N-«hr«h*ry.
AMmara to ve.ua, Man SHte Beawett.
and atoo rash* • vert to Meo M*
1 H ghtewate a* bte bratdy S *gaw a d bento i
’ totovte rvtwaetohg to Aisha*** •• Lew*
• seen a outed b*ba and beMMv *****
| and math the* ateerat awry oae*e*«wtae
| Mio | i rami bra ham* **M a* bra tew Irat
! hot d ate* ca*eM b>*r at * iimpiiMiet a*
I ae* to set tec* sad ***** ** •*». «** }
a raid base ba want at angiaaMy to '
tram, .van «<•
feel pet at ibe reymmt <4 y*ar «»> ’
ten l*»y •» mtete end MBte
Mraday • thnfly
Ttee Vtev tea** *«ehs
Lto* *®M abMOI «br•** v'gtae*. th*
tearaoe eateStotel to <b* bmato baaaagteg to ,
■r W C ha* era panafeay hate rived b. I
■ pm O* *« *e tb> aflbneacy to ib* hOera
Fw» toprawneet m» Sra era raungw* I
e- . . e. kA* fttotoaAJsQlMl
■PMMW WWW»;- : -WW*y eram uu *
The terara - tetoto ■ f by **«>r*J a*
. gn>M**a>i MaeMwe to tea Ara te enAaotea.
; Tte. taaai Into Wtol »a* ****** flli* aaaaa. i
( to W to**e-m. w«b to. to—hraa Mate*.
« berate tesaeaeetam.
The teraaM* sew <*e~* to Faraper. I
« JaateMto e-rarty. haa bteraa braa sera- |
■ pete I atot toe aetoeaneo WMe l •* *» |
j am* a* toe bran** Aoeday to i*o rarato.
the wwrate ** be paaosteto by Mm A B
Btoflaa. to fcraram Oto Fte tpara toe
totoeu obento, sad hra hml ae raraaCve*
era* to toe meai dweeaa* Olrta teai m ta*
flteMte Btohwp Feara tort tobar dtea**.
yemato |Wv .rerae teew tmpera-Jy ymmes
to bora, *to «Mbo graari atiwraaiß have eg.
oersto m to* btetery Two wri I ebtomi ’
te * nape nmtoSWfto «to to to* «MK
OtoMt* to J «Mto ehfibltotoe ***** Atom*
ato to « toe Atseaa tote**, nadter to* pn*.
; teetorae* to Sr S. B Bran
I The S^Aly^trtoraMikr~to **M Bra
T. BaWto Tterae «> to ye teat, era torn*? ,
»Atovayto to flra •**•*»■
Death of Miw Faaate Stryhea*.
Tbia estimable young lady, who has
been eick for two years or more, died at
the rasideocc nt her mother on Mucbell
etreet, thia afternoon al one o’clock. She
was about twenty-four y»-*ni of nee, and
; waa much beloved by a large circle of
| friends She was a member of St. Mary's
I Episcopal church, and we learn waa a
faithful teacher in the Sunday School of
that church. Her lovable ebarketer made
her many friends We suppoee the funeral
wilt take place to-morrow atterDoon.
■i. Cebh Laapkia.
Aa will be seen from the announcement
in another column, Mr Cobb Lampkin baa
cuoaenled to ruu fur alderman in the 4lb
ward. Mr. Lampkin ia 100 well known in
A then* to need a word of commendation
from hie friend* One of our beet buaineto
i men, alive to all the question* that aflect
. tbo public ink real*, and to-ing a u.an td
‘ undoubted integrity, be is a very .tillable
person to be placed among the City Fn-
Wwraaw** miniewarr Soviety.
The annual dwtrict meet mg ol tb« Wo
man's Mmuonary Cxrty. of Ibe Atben*
Dstrict. will be beid at Athens, October
Ifl-fll. Let each AaxJmry and Juvenile
auciety be represented. Delegate* are re
quevted lo bring written reporta- Delegates
will send Iber naaMatuMi** Maine ore
ly. Athena, o*., 00 that homes may be
provided. Mas J. W BAN DEES.
Fr.en the above from Urn CbrteUao Ad
eonat*. it wUI ba sees that th* eocwty wfll
meal in Atbeua aeon. W* te*l rare that
ibe Jekgatea wiU be tawpnably eourto' -
to, end that a large number will be pr»-
«il. Tbi* urgsaiaatton baa dotte .nd *
doing a good work, and deserve* much eu
Artie* to th* kiUaam
Arana*. Oct 10 —AI th* mevtiog of the
Allman** to Clark,. Madinoo, Jatoaoc,
Ooupee and Ogietburpo cuuntraa. the fol
lowing ranolulioa wm unsauaouriy adopt
ed, Tba w hereto tafunaattoa baa come
tu a* that there ar* certain bMtcbaau ia
oaf midat that ar* **<Lng cow jote. There
fore ba It raeuivto. that we ar* determined
ia felure not to deal with Bay atercbaute
w>» paratot is dealing ia new jate.
All p*iwr» Is Um above and adj<4atag
aiuaUe*. are rvqeeated to copy lb* above
Uhl, T. Mt BBMt-L,
U K. Hkabd, Frvetdeot.
A tosaato* tpiraUra
A few d*y* ago aa Atlanta lady c«a*e to
oar erty to to* trratto by Dr. SC tteae
dtet fur a raae to ebrubta p>v«n*y or what
* mramonlySeowa aa dmpoy to the cheat
Ab* had (MMOltad vartou* phyweiab* la
ddhvesl c>Ue* of tba evontry la order lu
obtria rattef. tail no** dM be* nay good.
Üba fleetly decidto lu rataait ber caw to
Dr. Itewedlct to thto eiy. *bd aa apsr*tina
waa pwrturated th* aeoraiag at Ibe Osb
aerartel tatoL By aa inject aa. Dr. Bv»>-
tiM atKKwedtd ia drawing off two quart*
and a bblf to flak! from her cbaet, giving
bar lb* raMt aba baa **<it la vain f«
•twites Tria to •■** to the larpral quantum*
to fleid ever vatrwead fra* a hnanau body
la a itho ceae is Ute btotory to madiclbe
tb*a aba rmel am ran at to foratg* metier
hog tatbily dapiecod her heart, lurcaag baa
test hug >»*•' • vary *ma l kwwtay *nd
mobiag raepiraiitea ddflewlt and awSaea
iteo prabaMe The patieat aiept tbo
•MMbg * • *y»M f«» Ute
Atetimwtei aerate*. Dr Baondart has
aawaMtefai rarteuea* to Uue dafltewte yaena to
A aw a rata PwaotMy.
Tbte mrweiag th* mate tadoogta* in a
Mr Matt*, to Jwrbana <o«My. wan htoctad
era te front to lb* prate* bapdqwnrtera A
littlte *«• to Mrs Bota N*tra. to <hM*av
eeartrty. waa te lb* cWy aau be brragbt
wna baa a flt’te flew dag to wbteb be was
an drawee* that ae «*m>d H aA-rai Mi ho
arms Yraeg ■«w b«ppro«d te para ia
law *irte»tjr to kbv rate*, and te so oanag
Ibe matte dag ra ad aawtae *® do wuenteeo
•Ay—al k«a»*. rratorag Ma ha* b ap*o the .
Aqi Mi tba tuite buy a area*. riUmg Km
•caoUy and rptetti ttag <* !».wg and braraa |
*.l oewr lb* panara to Me bi-te uwrar tba
M Bteg* port to the a*a»r te Ura! the boy
we* *** at hart. Ba. booraw. Cboerag
«*e waa to a btete pat _
Para* in Ibt Virra
Na* Boa*. Oat. It— Aa an etna Im*
aaaa aara •*» a ban’tew grata at the net
aa* to Caartra abd Claateri auras* *i I
o'ewc* item ravnrag from ramtact wu* aa
»tee-rw ww» B. »w raaph.yed by the
•o-rrt V sow ate! yrrarawd a terr tea
Mght aa tee tfwd on tte* .*t weak at tee
wwta * raait ear nta* the tee fy floM ‘
acta*dy a**te tee taaaly araate and tee
hirate pamr ate ** the o*4»w».* aod oev«
tba cfeghra to tee tearnbad ip* r-ten ra.
Tte* orator a* rawwrrteg m th* •«Mte te -
tba day, te *•* to te* teaoy pan* to tea
rrty. *ea wnawmed by a *»<* crawd The -
man * totoy my heap and •**»•*• **** '
ibe maw to e «wa nttera ol telb* rar*
•rwn to the pane* Fw'ameai. baaragM -art
a Mdga* sod wn* ap •Mb th* vs aa* w
rat tan w** Tha aa* was t*l te ba
la ffte* **nara •We tend terawnf ,<
tba b*< tbe mo* • ten. wtarA *ra iev*4
urarate ’be atom**. Ha tot are* on.
ahaa te*re ap and vevry fa* weste® a te* I
traqwwi raw tram *«<-«■* pan* to f
am tardy. BaMdrad* to peapte ahwte ttts ‘
nrag ante terw. at «tay vaeat Mb*
**r te steta oraewaaA Fto a Utee no «* i
•rad rage nans
Aawmteara taapb .
Br Yete* Mara** ett tew dapwtw* tn
terwad te Athame v~4oy *fwv • rarremfW
rwd »» Mota* m iary On te* rsr*-
ww* i nay a preen 1 twn «tdb* bbd liepgtel f
b*A te As** fl* te iiamibmra*. ibe ran
grate* re* Mtoßmey and raaahav retene
nmn and W* a nape* Weep teraaad ibe
past* weu******** a* ter a beep to
Iras* Ttey *w nearw* »*. tef by ■’
Bw-ay h, Cteamaedfla flay wml
AT THE CHURCHES.
FINB aEHnONM OM SVNDAY.
Large Congregntio* at ibe Churches.
Yvtterday waa a typical Sunday. Not
a cloud obscured tbe besuty of the sky,
and all nature seemed to be in harmony
with tbe prsiae which ascended from the
varmoa bouses of worship in our city. A
large portion of our imputation waa out
at the churcbea, and all seemed to enter
into the worship of the day with tbe feel
ing of thanksgiving, to appropriate at thia
a.-«aun, when tbe bounteous hand of Prov.
idence is rewarding the >atx>rs ol our peo
ple with plentiful return*. Tbe CiuaMi
cl* reporter* were present at tbe various
churches. We submit fur cotuideration,
the synop** of ibe various d scouree*
AT THK Finer BAPTIST CUCBCH.
Bav. C. D. Campbell, the pastor preach-
and holy uxuiauuKMi wan •dmintetervd
Jltor lira sermon. Dr. Campbell took bi*
text from the fifth verse of the 37 Psalm:
"Commit thy way unto tbe Lord; trust
alao tn Him and He shall bring it to pam."
One o< the hsrdeet thing* lo do is tuat in
dicated by tbe text We are not only to
commit our eoul sad body, property and
pitomainns, but wbat we do—our work,
whether tt be done by hand or purse, or
what ever way. We are to wait. Some
too eager to reap results. Great patrance
and fortitude u required to await result*
It le eaahr to work fur results than wait
ft* tbtin "He shall bring kt to paa*”
There are force* that we do not understand
at work in ten thousand time* ten thou
sand diff real way* tn tba world, but God
baa ksAsd upon a man that has begun a
work, and '•He will bring it to paa*” We
•bouki work aa commanded, if we would
expect tbe beet result*
AT TMB rtn»T MKTHomeT CHVai’H.
KeV. W. D. Andersou preached. 11*
took hi* text from Bl Mstiraw x>H, 83:
"Another parable put Be forth ualo them .
The Kiugdom of H.aven is like unto
ieareu which a womaa took and hid in
three mraHirew of meal, lid tbe whole ws*
leavened." This m one to tbe several
beautiful coai|>an*>M mads betwern th*
Kingdom to <Ld, aad earthly tbrnga with
which we are famutar. We all know Ibat
“a ItlM raaven ieaveirath tbe whole lump?
and so H b with the Grapel to Christ!
Title pearl to great pAm post mar d by any
oou, » eure to bars its vslira *b*r<rd by
any who oouw wubla the circle of Its lu.
fiocaor From year tu year, trowi century
tu century, tbs haven to tu* truth left <>n
earth by Christ, be* tacrera d eoaUuuall),
aad lodar millions to *rals adbei* to tbe
creed which wa have adopted. It is
tbruegh a* Ibe deci pis* at CUM, Ural
Him tea** m enabled to extend Ita tafiu
ee* through the whole World. Lei u*
out be rverrant* in tbe service wludi
ebould engage <rar beet eudauvur*
at th* artecor al extent h.
Rev. J. C. Davie prvectard from Luk*
xlv. 11l Thia wr*> tracba* butuldtj.
Hamdity. tn the aaoeal tune* wb<a Ura
cuarag* to Bps tn wan cuaatMrsd the
rtsadard to lira wurld, was dm *i sn-xher
name fur ouWsrdico Th* humility to tbe
present day M aa flttiag MAM veraottel to
a Christian Ilf*. Wv atarald tw bumble io
wbate»sr Matron ta life wa dud ixiwirw,
rvwetntraru.g that th* *•■» hand wteeb
Ut Mi IBcS# puBtUOM of bußUf
sad trust, tan also dasplaos a* Jest a*
tee Bartrar w*ahad the fset to bte d*c:-
ptea. *u al* •« atara.d entram oe eravww
us lowly a* 100 bluatM* lo vagag* w, lu*
tee glory to God
ar nut rnanarnuu *n otcacs.
A*e. C- W.
’ tri* Juka Uk, IA-tTi "Bu wtara lira? ba*
Jura*. J*o* asiui » tfeaeuu Feu*. 'B*o«.
' •»« to Juese, bKVsM Mo* ura *** tbaa
' Uwsto'ra* O-tertteara, ate* asked ta
*IMM *Wait< | BFy 43ntMlKA*tl a MUkd ** A***.* l^l •f'*
IMte, setra* I" <» ata* hraa te J rasa a* Uaa
flrw. »<ki*4 aa* t*M* faqsaetta* to Gudh
■** Tbe »4te*it>ea to twd tbe eb asp to
U * to I eraii sjoe tbe fsmlbar ln»a<rry
i ta tee Kara. **«c* «sa •«**tt*By s *••-
I try to rtnpbrarto. Tba sd*rali*ne appiraa
•art ra y te preackem, bra to sb servants
ta Go*. "Ya are tee <**! at tbsaartb."
!•> pMWaa refer* to Ib tels taieg r»*
da*oy nil petone*) Cknatraa* R,lGme
ft kNottDflk-Übfl*W U> be takas ‘
«■ ao* <4 al i tanrarat'e Mtw*-, n to a
beta*. l*>ate>a* **. a Sautter vbir*
| ekaufei r»*r e*fa«a oa* mUuaaawas. sod
[ »eb« MW *«rvic». Dr Laoebi aer*ra wee
ta tee ataar* ta * pnar-«**•«■» • *;4m*
*•* see vary »ravre«tr *H>vef«*.
exosea •rsxurr cwrar*
Hr* H ■ !>*:.** eave as •orkrat skd
toitevraiiaa wr** *ra "Tto* Wit era of tke
Spsru." Tbe text «a* ent.
i-r s*d I*k erara "Tbe Bpani itaeil bera
r«b •■’*«* wate oat apertto tea* •» era
'be ebiMr* ta G«*." Tbe epmakra ta
tearbtel *m. tba* tbe 4«ctrtee nt tee **t
aoi to tba kp«r»t raw a* at te* eaediasl
p»ate te ibe M-tta-ri* rrratl ebicb «•*
susawiy le*rart oa bv Er Watery. H«
feflbm* ta tke terse »<*ka la tkc
Serai jartiArertoa. rt*raer*tana o»4 **<**
»*— a tar* 'taraatb dtoeraat aad rapratae
. tevre eis **li - ■ eiiij- parfarteod, s>*d test
•Ite Ike*, nwra tee o-rae-rararaa <4 tke
*i»SMM at Ibe Star*. Be teed if *a brad
tea* a Arata* *e teraoM k*>« rt fart oar
• «*. e*4 «*ete bav* te* Ursa taker
ersMk—'«>«*. Jey *•* Jrttae —•• Wto«*rita
ta < Tbe yerarabra <a*c*a*sd tbe •**«
by peraara* to*, ape* array b-art. tee
raprvtaat reetert ee to erbakfera «ae* ana
} Irad Ser birae** aa hurana tee Staora
at te* Btay «*■*« •*»»***
srtob tba* epar* teal ttay *rv»« te* <*A
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finally kicked and to-day presented tbe
m itter to Adjutant-General Kell, keeper
of the public buddings, it is understood
that he will issue an order closing up tbe
CUEKF. SIPEEIOB COIET.
It Caarraes te-day—4 Fall Derket—Sewe *f
the Mast laipertaat Cases.
Clarke Superior court meets to-day and
the lawyers who have been loading up for
tbe past six months upon the esses which
come up tor trurl at this term of the court
will now have sn opportunity to unload
to their owu satisfaction and to the die-
Comfiture of tbe inucb-sbused, yet indis
peosible jury. The court upon convening
find* its bands lull. A number of suits
have been fiimi and a number to criminal
case* are alao reported as coming up for
consideration during the next two weeks.
Among the criminal eases to be tried are
Charlie Lester and Henry BulLck for
the murder to Bill McWhorter. Col. E.
T. Brown represent* tbe defendants in
Ibu case. Then Lou Henderson, charged
with tbe burning of ber child, will be
tried. She ba* retained Col. B. 11. Noble
a* ber attorney, and a* this will be the
maiden eflort of thia young attorney bia
friend* are expecting something great
Tbe following are the other important
criminal caae* : Will Jackam and Evan
Bander*, assault with intent to murder.
Lumpkin & Btrnetl attorney*.
Will Jackson, assault with intent to
rape. B. H. Noble attorney.
Henry Thoma*, charged with kidnap
ping. B 11. Noble for defendant.
Alonso Foster, charged with burglary.
Cbaa Smith, burglary. Thomas A
Larkin A Rodgers, charged with re
ceiving Stolen good*
In the Civil docket, K 8. Jaffray & Co.
sue J. A. Mnllaoe A Co. on bill, etc. Bar
row A Thomae fur plaintiff, T. W. Rucker
Gann A Reave* v* Northeastern R. R.
Company oa petition. Lumpkin A Bur
nett, J. H Lumpkin, and T. W. Rucker
for plaintiff; Barrow A Tbotna* for de
R Niekereon cues T. C Hampton, J. W.
Haiuptoo and C. D. McKie. Attorneys, A.
L Mttcirail, A. th Krwtas, and Barrow A
The number of damage suite on hand is
a* grsat a* ever, and H b probable that ere
tbe court adjourn*, several verdict* for
large amounts will have been rendered
againat th* oxporatbxia centering in
Athene To begin with. Wash Howi.a
Bratou Field, Dsania Maddox and bamuel
V«rgll each sue Martin A Porter for
• 1.000. Lumpkin A Bnreett rwpraeent
the plainpffn and Ttiona* A Btncktand
Ura def* ndsnl*
Fannie Mucklva etraa ths Northeastern
H R. for JA.OoO f«w personal Injurie*
Bbe is r»prraenied by Lumpkin A Burnett.
Harrow A Tuvma* nqirrasatiiig the rail
J. H Rockra aje* lbs C. A M. R R tor
t;>» tot tajury to hta property. He is
fopewHited by Mr T W. Ruck*. Tbom-a
A tarickiaad reptraaoung Ura railroad.
W. A Carltoa mm* tbe C. A M. R. R.
for damage* to propraty. Hw
attoraey* are B»rrow A Thomae.
CbarM* Wais* m>v* lb* N. E R R ft*
fl-Nov tor prreooal lujultra. Mt. Tranis
Araker rsprawrai* b.m.
W O. Pric . umnMb bi* altorasva.
RuaasU A Hugta*. eora tbe oty for >3.000
damage* to bi* property.
tr. Juba F. Nttcbaii eoe* tbe Athens
Nanefactartag Cmajrany f« >3.K».
Ik* Haya* **■ Mr. Myra Stern for >B.OOO
for personal d-magna. it * alleged by lbs
piatoHf that Ura defraeJant struck him i
wnb a beae tadl bat tafiwttng seriow m l I
pramanent tajwrtra, and ftw thia raaran be
wistaw >3.000 damagsa fr<* Ura coart*
A *aw**tkraal suit wbteb w <ra tea docket
ft* tnal te one for >lo.ol® against Mr
Merit Oraper P«pe- Th* piateuff <a Mr.
R. H. Elrod aad ura charge >* libel. Tira
earn area Ota to *a arttcls which ap.
parnrrd in Lira Btetrar-WasrhmM while
Mr draper Pop* was uwara to tbai p*p-»,
Ma'iug that Elrod h*l riote* "Uh bia
•lace II rt • Xpert«d that eotn* aeara
t- —»' rssieo* wdi ba bruogbt wot to the
what Waa pnms To-tiAT.
Tbe ItapraK* Court of Crarkc county
<*ravrawd tew morning al 10 u cluck, Joigr
NL If praeedrag fltatcltor Geocra
Brarafl wZs oa band, aad a iatg* anmber
to membera to tee bn* were pranrot Tira ;
anceclM waa ap*t la arraog’ng for b*t
aaea. tee ttotowmg Grand Jary being
C W Taioradgv. frwwanrti . Wm R Trak
Jaa*wr N Tte*p*m, Wm L Woo*. E k
cosnry Aadnrw J W*ga* Wm J H*n il
W R T«rt»y. A H H R M BcAlpto
L Bcaevawrti. Henry B»*ra, T 11 D anag.
J F<J Kriley, J H Bra.--*, W P H Epp*.
A A MrDuflte. W V Brack. J E Bradterry, j
JU* El ward*. G T MarrU aad T H
T*x *•.•.'• Ver*.
Wa arv teftwmad by Mr. Trak teal tbe
Bo*e wA tbm week pa* a Ml hmglbei- ,
•g tea term to o*m to May* fro* oa*
*i> two year* Thu w a fact • bleb probe
toy bra rwoaped tea aouce to Ura ossa* to
oar dW*. aad ebmdd b* borne to m»ad :
tn tbe «aaM*g eaaastera tor Mayor. Mr.
Twea •<«***• •* tea* tee LnrMatore wd > ;
ora.aMMy tefjrrara by Nov. UK.
The Hu<* te auw ia Ura ba*w to *d-
JMT*. as* «l t* ** y * fl **>ra to a lew
*ya wbaß the "waste wi*l ba wdlmg to 1
cuccat la a tenriam to adjuor* Mr. Tac* I
rayateM tee P—*« Eapomtran M.
•mom aa* be ndvmra tee ptaxic gamermly
te tabs M at- Ttereo*; axfe.twis arv
■ternstUeort setter Bsp-raten* Kraran-ly
• foH to a"* ■*»- Tbe «taf Wrta
•ter* bra ewegbt tee ayv at tbe G-arw ,
irrmar-v. a»d Mr. Tart nays that be le (
tefonra* bv te*» <* ** «»*<» who
bare rate K that *te •<****•* grata. j
•* ♦ 1
Brartelee*'* Armlem Brtlve.
Twa Hoot Safer* m the w«*M fart C*G
Drarara bur* l <«r* Ba-i Btraom* Fevwr
rXTrrtte* < feapr s '
Crei.* aad alt Bk« Enyr*a, ata p*4 (
owy rww Fite*. «r * pay raapeWed. U
I* reesais* to «>vw rartata rat aJert**,
or *»«y Momd-d. Fr« I,
Fur** >» Jtota C»w*rt* *G* j 1
THE INDUSTRIAL HOME.
The Chronicle had the pleasure
yesterday of presenting to our peo
ple the 3<i quarterlj 7 report of the
Athens Industrial Home. It met
ited the attentive and careful per
usal which it no doubt received. It
shows that the ladies iu charge have
utilized with all care and economy
the means at their disposal, and that
dozens of beneficiaries of their char
ity are to be found in our city. In
addition to the business portion of
the communication, however, there
is another part of the report
which demands the attention of the
public. It is an appeal for aid in
prosecution of the good work, in
which these good ladies are engaged-
This onb sentence in that report
contains a world of meaning and
appeal to the people of our city: “If
we only had more money, the good
we could do is incalculable.” We
are certain that it ia necessary only
to cad the attention of our people
to the needs of ibis worthy charity
to enable it to receive the assistance
which it deserves. Athens has never
been backward when any work of
this kind has demanded its aliens
lion, and we arc sure that we risk
nothing in saying that'.he people of
this oily will support the ladies who
are conducting ibis home, in their
efforts to do good lo the worthy poor
of our city. Tbe report stales that
tbe Home has recently lost eight of
it* honorary members by resignation,
and that tbe prospects for increased
work this winter are not very flat
tering. We can but urge the public
generally with the greatest earuest
neaa to throw into tbe hands of this
Home all work which they posaibly
can; the work ia not a private one,
but one In which the whole public
are interested. The rigors of winter
are fast approaching when, in addi
tion to the expense of food, there
will be the additional one* of fuel
and heavier clothing to be sustained
by our poor. And when the suffering
and needy people of our city appeal
to thia Home for aid, we trust that it
will be said to tbe honor of our city
that they did not go away empty
handed. Such demands upon tbe
charity of the Home will he frequent
during the next few months. We
submit lo our people, with the ut
most confidence that it will be sat
isfactorily answered, the query of
these worthy 1 silica. “How can we
meet thia demand. F*
TRAGEDY IN WARRENTON.
At nine o’clock on Saturday
rooming, a bloody tragedy took
place io the town of Warrenton. Ma
jor Charles K. McGregor shot three
pistol bails into the body and bead
of Mr. James M. W. Cody, any one
of which would bava icillrd
him. There ha* been trouble be
tween these gentlemen for a long
lime. On the night of December S 3,
1887, while entering bis front yard,
MHiregnr waa fired upon by eome
uukoown parly, who was concealed
iu ambush in tbe shrubbery in the
yard. The bullet struck him on the
right side, and McGregor was in a
For •ome lime thia deed waa
shrouded In mystery, but finally it
waa developed that (Jody did the
For some reason there was a delay
in tbe matter, but fifteen months af
terwards Cody was indicted by tbe
grand jury of Warren county for the
crime. Tbe trial was lo have taken
place last week, when Warren Su
perior court was in sesalon, but
' Cody failed to put in an appearance,
and tbe officers could not find him io
the county. Cody's friends give
whet they consider gocej reasons for
aon-sj.jx-srsnce at court- When
court adjourned hr came into War
renton on Saturday morning, and
was killed, as above elated. No
words prase*i between the paniee at
all. and McGregor <ommenced firing
** be advanced toward tbe deceased.
There raema to be eome mystery in
cowbection with tbe affair, which
wtii doubtleae be brought to light
ia tbe cruroe of the trial. Mc-
Gregor al once surrendered to tbe
officers of the law.
St. Jobs, N. B . Oct 5 —The po
lice and poeial auihonties have oo
for found ao clew lo the person who
mailed poisoned confectionery here
to the families of Protestant degi
maa Troop and eon. A leading ship
ping firm here offer >!<*) towards
rsialag a feed for obtaining the beet
detective ability ialtoe United States
to ferret oat the perpecratora of the
dtklanlir act. *1 be rosamoo Cooa
cil yeaterday decided to offer 11.000
for tbe capture of the guilty parties,
and today's papers contain a pro
c'amatioe published by tbe author,
tty of Sir Leonard Hlly. Lieutesant
G*>ver»<w. offering fl.ooo more for
J H. Beggsas tea t*» c««* tec.** bead
two tartse •qnw fur aafc tw
SUBSCRIPTION Sl.oo PFR Y
We referred in the Chronicle a
few days ago to the fact that some
cf tbe colored people had suggested
that a petition be presented to the
congress, asking that one of the
territories be set apart for the use
of the colored people exclusively,
and that the negroes be allowed,
like the Indians, to have a State
which they may call their own.
There seems to be a state of un
rest among the colored people in
various Southern States at this time.
We notice that thousands of them
have left North Carolina and have
gone to Louisiana and Arkansas.
So far as we know, there is little
feeling of this sort in this section.
Tit Marietta not long since, a meet
ing was held, in which action was
taken favoring colonization. •
A friend tells us that he had a
talk a few days ago with a worthy
colored minister in this county who
was highly in favor of the coloniza
tion scheme. He was asked if he
would emigrate if a territory could
be secured for the colored people
The reply was that he would cer
tainly do ao, and thought hia people
in tbe main would be in favor of it.
Thia waa a white man’a country, he
•aid, and be did not believe that the
colored man could ever develop his
highest powers here. Ina stale of
hia own, with no antagonism from
other races, be thought the negro
would thrive the beat, and therefore
he waa in favor of the scheme for
colonizing the race in a state to
The view* given above came from
a very inleligent colored minister in
thia county, and we judge from hia
remarks that others of hia race in
thia section have been considering
tbe subject. There ia evidently a
stele of agitation among them on
this subject, but whether it will
amount to anything remains to be
JEFF DAVIS’ LAND FOR BALK
Jackson, Mias., Oct. 12.—Tbe
Davis Land Company, which is a
regularly chartered institution un
der tbe laws of M ississippi,today per
fected plans for the issuance of
stock at >lO per share Tbe object
of the company is lo sell about 6,000
scree of land owned by Jefferson
Davison While River, Arkansas.
This land is said to be very valuable
there being an estimate already
made of the value of timber per acre.
Tbe figures are placed as high >30,-
000. Tbe state treasurer, Heming
way, is president of the company,
and boots for subscriptions are open.
Two men have been selected to can*
vsm tbe stele in behalf of the com
pany, and il is predicted they will
soon raise tbe >IOO,OOO necessary to
buy tbe land from the ex-President
of the Confederacy.
A Chinese banking house Is soon
to be opened in New York city, and
it will be the first of Ils kind in the
United States. A small rale of
intereet ia to be paid to each regular
depositor, and the money ia to be
let out on a larger interest to legit
imate business bouses in Molt
street, where the present rate of
Interest is between 10 and 15 per
cent, for email loans on good
security. Thia banking scheme
Indicates that the Chinese popula
tion io increasing rapily.
Tke Fire* kervtoee.
Tbe first to tbe Bunday sf trrmxm servl
ca* which Dr. Boggs will hold from this
lime every Bunday al 4 o'clock, occurred
yrtaeeday. A large number of atudeuts
sod member* of tbs Faculty was lo al
tendaoce. With the >IOO appropriated by
the Hoard of Tru»Ura», an organ and bymn
b>xA* bail been purchased, and the tnuric
wa* excellent Uwoogbout. Prof. J. P.
Campbell presided st tbe organ, and a
choir ooMMSting to Prof. Blrsban, Messrs.
B.aMogsme, Newell. Howeil, Trible and
other* led tbe ringing. Dr. Boggs con
ducted tee services, bis addram being an
catllMto tbs coorse which be would
adopt in future lecture* He Mid that in
hia capaAty ae preaeber, there were many
teloga to ba aald which might appear bard.
Tbs purpose <4 tbe exercteas would be tbe
remedy ta any speriai evil which might
btcosae prevsJent in tbe University, as
well »s the grvnd geoeral purpowe of bring
ing souls to Cbtist. Dr. Boggs Mid that
is bis •ddrreeea, b- would know no de
aosnmaUnn, no aecL Tbe dtocrasioo to
doeuieai quraxkraa, toe woald leave lo the
purtors of ibe several ebareno* Tbe ex
ercraea yesterday were well attended, end
were leterssting, and much good is prutn
wed for the tutor*
There to a story circulating tbroagh tbs
city to tee eff « that s y rang cotor** wo
man baa be* crazed broeoes ta swrvqwft
*! tew. Six i»aa form-d an overpower
ing attoeburant, «'it S said, for Ike peaior
of her cbufcb. who w already engaged lo
another member ta bis flock. Tbs prerato
ra. toowevsr, te ata eognttaat of tbe wo
•n'l tasMrty, •>* of ber mad paamra for
torn. Ittobriev** teal tbs young wo
•u will evrotsrily Aad aa oppnrtentty
sod comesn MMdde. M >be is fully aware
ta tbe boprismeea* ta rar cser—Aagnata