Source Type: Newspaper
Publisher: The Livingston Journal
Place of publication: Livingston, AL
Date of publication: 5/21/1885
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Proceedings have been begun in the Circuit Court at Baltimore, Md., for the sale of the property of the Bankers’ and Merchants’ Telegraph Company by partition.
In the woods, near Dixie Station, on tha East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railway, thirty miles above Selma, Ala., the body of Scipio Atchison, colored, was found riddled with buckshot.
Deputy Marshal Cella arrested A. W. Adleta, for several years a railway postal clerk, running from Dallas, Texas, charged, with robbing the mails. He was traced by decoy letters, and it is believed has secured between $5,000 and $6,000 by repeated thefts. The fires in the Blue Mountains, Virginia, are dying out.


n.t. The Livingston Journal (Livingston, AL), May 21, 1885.