Georgia Constable's Dllsmiea. Cap. Carroll, ono nf the tosn ton stables, by direction levied on a ntgro woman's aged horse and buggr which hud been driven Into town. Tb horse was blind and so old that It eon Id scarcely walk. Hut to cap It all another an-other negro woman claimed two 0f the wheels of the buggy and t hegro innn the oihers. Ho you run bsugins the utticcr'a feeling standing ii re in the Mrcc t wuiiderlug how tn Vet the vehicle with only one wheel 'If'rTyould he toadied by even the slicing arm Qf the li.w, uwuy, us tho woman was re-tun. re-tun. in., homo uloot. nm as I uo 1c would have It, Hill Andernoo cam along and proponed to i.li;n an ap-penrunce ap-penrunce bond for the property. Tha woman wus called bark, ihe papera were signed and Cap. Carroll waa the huiilial man In town, lor he had never driven a blind borm hitched to a buggy with but one wheel. Iiahlone- 1 gll Nllgget.