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Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
< THIS AND THAT.
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Lost—One large black setter named
Jack. Return to C. F. Parish. 12 24 2t
Dost—One lady’s dark colored purse,
with from $lO to sls in it. Finder will
be rewarded by, returning to the Tbi-
t , Lost ob Stolen—A small family
Bible, with name on fly leaf. Return to
Dr. 0. Hamilton, 308 Second avenue.
12 2 -2t
Dost A small, open-face, silver watch,
with gold chain and heart. Name on
heart. Finder will Iplease leave at this
i office. ’
[ Found.—A smaljl gentleman’s gold
watch, with inside case. Call on
SJ? ’ 4'i' *■*
Ul ' Btairg -
to rent ' on Ayeu u
Apply to J. S. May,
MMMSMfiMMBd avenue. 11-17-lm.
that the Johnson Jewelry
HMmtMy au y has the largest stock of novel-
Jewelry and Silverware. Look at
I offer my entire stock of boots and
shoes at cost. I have to raise money
and must sell now. This is your best
chance for bargains offered in Rome for
good shoes for some time.
__ . „ „ R. T. Connally,
7-28 d-w6m 216 Broad street Rome Ga.
Blobbs—"Way do you call your girl a
silent belle?” Slobbs—“Because I kissed
her and she never tolled.”
Brandreth’s Pills always give satisfac
THE COUNTRY SQUlßE
A Charming Play Tonight at Nevin’s
Archie Boyd will appear in “ The
Country Squire” tonight at Navin’s, and
j packed house
JTR.'m c c <> n n e i. l .
?■’,** »' S A ap_ intimate
ask your wife or
daughter. I’ts better than a seal
skin sacque. It lasts longer and
doesn’t go out ot style. Music is al
ways fresh and always has been.
You can make the present expensive
or inexpensive, j ust as you choose.
We can give you a good piano for a
very little money—a more elaborate
instrument for more. t You can pay
eash for it, or take it on„the install
ments on your own terms. _
A nice organ cheap and onjtf
'7> e 1 ” *' ’ ™ y' > ll
■" ?' ;- ,J ‘»-/,'■ Jpresents.
’ 1 ’ 11
THAT FOOTBALL GAME
Will Occur Next Friday—The Boys p r »c.
The boys have begun practicing for
that football game to be played Friday
Captain Smi‘h had his team out at the
grounds yesterday afternom, and put
them to work.
Captain Black will get his team to
gether early this morning.
Some changes will be made in the
teams as published in Sunday’s Tbibune.
The boys are all enthusiastic over the
game, and so are the citizens. They
want to see a real game of football, and
will fill the errand Rtqnd
Uriel Kiiieu cne .uomer,
Waycross, Ga., Dec. 25. Mrs.
George W. Bennett died of heart failure
at her home in this city. Her little child
had just died after an illness of several
days, and as the coffin for the little child
was carri >d into the house, Mrs. Benn. tt
fell oa rue floor and died instantly. Mrs
Bennett grieved sorely over the death of
her child and it is thought that she
grieved herself to death.
Chicago, Dec. 25.—Rev. G. M. Mc-
Gregor, of Aberdeen, Scotland, one of
the best known clergymen of the Scotch
Free church, has accepted a call to the
pastorate of Dwight L. Moody’s church
in this city. No contract could be en
tered into because of the alien labor law
but Dr. McGregor accepted the call on
the strength of the promise that he
would receive a good salary.
Starved Herself to Death.
Brewer, Me.. Dec. 25.—Mrs. Fannie
Landers, an inmate of the almshouse 1
here, died as a result of a deliberate aMB
tempt to starve herself.
ago she commenced to refuseJflU
and drink. At different
made to compel he- to ta
and food, but she
Her nnsband died a
this affected her mind. J ■ " .
'»'*JKns. that for
?y^^fSSsCSSt’ißy , !®?tion, 1)r - L' n K’ 3
T * Arnica Salve
Jf-G/.j, and have never ban-
Sell aS well ' or that !iave
niversa 1 satisfaction. We do
to guarantee them every time,
stand ready to refund the purchase
■nee, if satisfactory results do not follow
Aheir use. These remedies have won their
great popularity purely on their merits. —
D. W. Curry.
Ingleside Re treat. —For diseases s
Women. Scientific treatment and cure
guaranteed. Elegant apartments for la
dies before and during confinement. Ad
dress The Resident Physician 71 72
Baxter Court. Nashville, Tenn.
L. P. Ryan and his wife, aged respect
ively 81 and 78 years, were murdered
yesterday in their home near Winchester,
O. t for purposes of robbery.
A Miilon Friends.
A friend in need Is a friend indeed, and
not leis than one million people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King’s New
Discovery for Consumption, coughs and
colds, if you have never used this great
cough medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of throat, chest and lungs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed or money will be refunded. Trial
bottles free at D. W. curry’s drug store.
Large bottles 50c. and SI.OO. •
Dolls, Dolls, Dolls.
Another case of those love
ly French dolls opened today
and will be closed out at a
sacrifice at Carver & Harper’s
K Stockholders’ Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of the Merchants
National Bank will be held at their bank
ing room January 9 th, 1894, at ten o’clock,
a in. 8 F. Magbudeb,
Rome, Ga., Dec. 9, 1893. Cashier.
12 20-til jan9
Fire in the Kansas City Times build
ing gave compositors and editors a bad
scare, and Jessie Caivert was hurt by
jumping from the second story.
Or you are all worn out, really good for noth
ing, it la general debility Iry
BKOWJf’H LHC Os HITTER 3.
‘ will cure you, cleanse your live?, "ud
a good appetite.
THE ROME TMlßbNft TUESDAY MOi NINO, DECEMBER 8« 1893.
A DAY OF SORROW w
Wm Yesterday for One Family.-Little
Frenoto WaUoa Dead.
It was oaly a few days ago that one of
Rome’s sturdiest young men died—a
young nan whose friends fill the city,
and whose death caused universal sor
row. He left a grief stricken wife and
an innocent babe to help her bear the
Yesterday, on the bright and happy
Christmas day, the young woman bent in
mourning and grief over the tiny little
form of her child-its eyes closed never
to be opened again un this earth, its
prattling voice silent, the eoul gone to
it» Maker. As the anniversary of the
birth of the Saviour was being cele
tyated, the bereaved and almost broken
hearted mother, with that trusting faith,
could call to mind Hia sacrifice and seek
consolation in the words, “Thy will be
Mrs. Watson has the sympathy of all in
Rome, and in her sorrow her friends
grieve with her.
The burial will occur this afternoon
from the residence, corner of Second
avenue and East Fourth street, at 2:30
o’clock. The friends and acquaintances
of the family and of the family of Capt.
John J. Seay are requested to attend.
Stole Her Benefactor's Child.
Melrose, Mass., Dec. 25.—The polios
of Melrose, Boston and all surrounding
towns are looking for Lucy Amble.-,
who disappeared Thursday. She took
with her from Melrose the 3-year-01l
son of George E. Cornwall. The wo
man was released from the woman's
Srison at Sherborn a few days ago, and
lr. Cornwall took her to his home, as
she had nowhere else to go.
The Engineer’s Valuables Found.
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 25.—A week
ago Jesse Hunnicutt, of Atlanta, a loco
motive engineer, was knocked down and
robbed in this city of a gold watch and
sls. Sunday the police arrested Claude
McDaniel, Ed Langford and J. W. Gor
don for robbery. They have confessed
and the watch and money have i
Sbiiii 'S~>' ’ L-!
He was ameinlierot
& Carter, grocers, here
fe uauen us Ain oi a tnnci,
Dec. 25.—Mamie Gewinner,
the 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i
N. Gewinner, was stricken with heart j
trouble while playing in the yard, and
died before assistance arrived.
A 15115 Stamp Contract.
Washington, Dec. 25.—The largest
stamp order ever made by the postoffice i
department was transmitted to the con- 1
tractor by the department Saturday. It
called tor 25 • ,768,100 Columbian! stamps,
valued at $5,170,922. These will be
placed on sale in about 8,000 presiden
Prevention la Better 1
Than cure, and those who are subject to rheu
matism can prevent attacks by keeping the
blood pure and free from the acid which causes
the disease. You can rely upon Hood’s Sarsa
parilla as a remedy for rheumatism and catarrh,
also for every form of scrofula, salt iheun ,
b< its and other diseases oa ised by Impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes the whole system.
Hood’s Pili’s are easy and gentle in effect. i
Softleigh (posing as a sportsman)—“l ’
do love hunting dogs, don’t you know.” I
tfiss Pert—“Ab, I didn’t know you were 1
a dog-catcher.” <
Public Speaking. ;
This is one of the heaviest strains that 1
comes upon any man or woman. A lit- ‘
tie cold, a little hoarseness, and the work t
is done. The best of ability is rendered !
absolutely useless. i
Mark Guy Pearse, the eminent English ,
preacher, writes as follows:
Bedford Place, Russell Square, 1 «
London, December 10, 1888 J
"I think it only right that I should '
tell you of how much use I find Alloock’s ‘
Porous Plasters in my family and among i
those to whom I have recommended J
them. I find them s very breastplate
against coughs and colds.
Mark Guy Pbabse. J
Reduced rates are offered by the Rome 1
railroad during the holidays. See that
your tickets read via the “Old Reliable” <
the safest and most desirable route. Sale <
of tickets December 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, '
and January let, good to return until i
January 3rd, 1894. Call on
C. K- Ayer, G. p. A. or
J. A. Hume, T. A.
. -e-w 7 !
A Happy Surprise.
Make your wife a Christ- <
mas present of one of those J
lovely China dinner sets at
Carver & Harper’s. They ‘
will never be so cheap again. *i
A College Settlement —paying * foot
Rome Merchandise is Spread—The Enter
prise of Carver & Barpar.
Messrs. Carver & Harper have sold
handsome bills of China and holiday
goods for delivery in Alabany New York,
Athens, v Ga, Wartrace, Tenn., Selma,
A'.a.,(Macon, Augusta, Sweetwater, Tenn.,
Atlanta and a point in Florid*. Oie of
the handsomest bills was sold to a promi
nent Atlanta business man.
Big Shane in Pennsylvania.
Bedford, Pa., Dec. 25.—A very per
ceptible shock of earthquake was felt at
8.15 p. in. Several families fled from
their houses, thinking a terrible calamity
Reduced Rate Tlck»ts.
On account of the Christmas and New
Year tolidays, the E. T., V. & g. Ry.
system will sell tickets at 2 cents per
mile traveled to points not exceeding 300
miles. Tickets on sale December 22 to
December 25 inclusive, and December 30
to January 1, ’94 inclusive, good to re
turn January 3, 1894. App yto agents
for tickets and further information.
J. J. Farnsworth, D. P. A ,
9 I /'i r Atlanta, Ga.
B. W. Wbenn, G. P. a.,
A Terrible New Rifle.
, A European correspondent says that
, the chief surgeon of the Roumanian
army has been making grewsome exper
iments with the new Mannlicher rifle,
with which the forces are being
equipped. He placed a number of human
bodies in rows, like soldiers on the field
of battle. At 600 meters five bodies were
placed a half yard behind each other.
A single bullet went through three bod
ies in succession. Upon the soft parts
of the bodies the wounds were perhaps
less serious than those inflicted by the
old fashioned rifles, the hole made by
the bullet being smaller and more even,
but on the whole the injuries are far
more terrible. The range of the new- ■
rifles is about 2miles.
LVJRome 7 13 pm
Lv Ceilancwn 3 CO pm
Train No. 2.
Lv. Cedartown 5 10 am
Ar Griffin 8 55 am
Ar Macon 1’ 00 am
Ar Savannah 6 20 pm
Train No. I.'
Lv Savannah 8 4* pm
Lv Macon 4 ‘25 am
Lv Griffin . 5 35 pm
Ar Cedartown 6 24 pm
Train No. 3.
Lv Cedartown 0 20 am
Lv Rome 7 08 am
Ar Chattanooga 10 25 am
Parties wishing to spend the day |in Chatta
nooga. should taqe the Centroljrai'road train at
7.08 am. re uri ing at 713 pm 'I ram to and
from Griffin Uys over all night rt Cedartown.
W. F. SHELL >IA'. Traffic Mng.
J U. HAILk, Gtn. Pass. Agt.
A. B. WEBB, T. P A. Sav.nnah, Ga.
D. G. HALL, city P. and T. Agt .At anta, Ga.
C. S. PRUDKN, W. K. HUFF
Gen. Agt. T A. Rome, Ga
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W.s Siu Lin Steamboat Co.
Steamers Clifford B Seay and Resaca.
Bosts leave Rome for Gadsden and in
termediate lanuinsza Tuesdays and
Fridays 8:30 a m.
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J. J. FARNSWORTH,
Division Passenger Agent.
0. W. WRENN,
*«n. Paas, and Ticket Agt.
TH NOVELTY $W
! G. H. RAWLINS.
TOYS. TOYS. TOYS.
New Tots just in. No old goods. Can
pie. se you. Our Prices T ALE.
Buy Gias s, Crockery, China and Tinware,
Fanci Goods, Lamps, Notions, Etc;,
at jthe “NOVELTY STORE.”
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P. H. HARDIN, Vloe Pie. Idem.
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS: $300,000.
Ail the Accommodations Consistent with Sate Banking Ex
tended to onr cnstomerL.
H. D. HILI,.
Real Estate Agent,
230 BROAD STREET; ROME. GA.
Renting a Specialty, and Prompt Settlement the Bali.
Letters of Administration.
GLORoI A—Floyd County
To all wboui it may concern—Henry Lamar
having in pr per form applied to me for perma
nent tetters of administration on the estate of
orange Mo-e’ey. I are of said county. This is
to cite a'l and singular the creditors anl next
of kin of Orange Mo elv t» be and appear at my
office within th tune allowed by law and t*how
cauee if any thry can, why permanent admin*
istra'ioo should nor be granted to Henry Lamar
on OrnnKC Mo-elej’3 estate. Witness my h<nd
and official signature this 4th day of December,
18&3. john p davis,
Citation—Leave to Sell Land.
GEORDI A—Floyd County:
To all whom it may Concern —Bamu«*l Funk
houser, administrator of Mrs S. a. Daily, de
ceased has in due form api lied to the iinder
signe 1 for leave to sell the lands belonging io
the es’a'e of said deceased, and said app'ication
will be heard on the Ar t Monday in January
next. This 4th day of December. 1893.
12-4-w4w J JHN P. DaViS, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Floyd County
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE COURT
of Ordinary of «aid county, will be sold at
auction at the court house do >r of saldcounty.
on ths first Tuerds- in Deceiub-r neat, within
me legal hours or sale the following real estate
towlr: Al of those tw > tracts of land In the
<hnd district and 3r<i section • f said county, one
tract constating of whole lorn N<>B. 1.35, IM, 171
ami 190 of 160 acres each, and 60 acres <ff the
south side of lot No. 134, aud 60 acr.soff (he
south side lot No 1.*3, both said parts of lots
cut < fl by astralaht line running east and west;
th other tra t known as the Abe Atkins pi ace,
consists < f 60 acres cutoff he south part of lot
No 99, and 40acre, in the southwert c >rner of
lot No. 118, the two last named portions of h.ts
Iving together and bounded on rhe north bylhe
lands of W. A Chafin, James Kyle, and Meyer
raidt land, east by W A. I hatln. south by W. A.
i hafin and Lemasfer and west by Dry
cr« ek. All of said real estate sold as the prop
erty of the estate of W. C. Howell, late of said
county, deceased. Terms cash
C. H HOWELL, Afm’x.
J. S. HOWELL. Adm’r.
GEORGI A, Floyd County:
To all whom it may concern: Notice Is here
by given, that the appraisers appointed to set
apa t and assi ru a year’s support to three minor
children of William L. Dooley, deceased, have
filed their awatd, and unless good and sufficient
cause is shown, the same will he made the Judg
ment of the court at the Jannarv term. 1894 of
the court of ordinary. This December H 1893.
JOHN F. DAVIS,
12-10-4 W Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Ft OVD Coumtt.
Notice is hereby given that a petition signed
by fifteen or more freeholders of the KMth
(Haiket’s) district G. M of said county, has
b en tiled in my office, asking that the benefits
f r the provi-ious of sections 419, ICO, 1451,
1452 14 3, 1454, of the Code of Ge<rgi*. of 1882,
tnd t <e amendments thereto, shall apply to
sairi 924th dlstrtc , G. M. of said county. I
further give notice that an election will be or
dered on the 4th day of December next, (1896),
(sa d e ec> ion to occur on the 27th d.y of De
cember, 1893), to decide the question of “Fence"
or “Stock Law," according to the statutes in
such case, made and provided.
Given under my hand and official signature.
Tt.is the 13th day of November. '893.
JOHN P. DaVIB, Ordinary.
The Tribune Company has
on sale a large lot of good
second-hand material [that
will be sold cheap on most
favorable terms consisting of
One Minerva Paper Cutter,
One Proof Press,
News and Job Cases,
Be quick, for these art
going to be sold cheap.
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