A Record Breaker.
He—They have a saying now that
all the world’s awheel.
She—To be sure it is. And it’s
Booreher, too, whirling at the rate o
more than 1,000 miles an hour. —De-
troit Free Press.
An Appeal for Assistance.
The man who la harltable to himself will Ua
ten to the mute appeal for assistance nmd‘* • y
his Stomach, or his liver, in the shape of .divers
dyspeptic qualms and uneasy sensations in th
regions of the gland that secretes ids Idle, lies
tetter’s Stomach Hitters, my dear sir, or madam
—as the case may lie—is what you requi e
Hasten to use if you are troubled with hear!
burn, wind in the stomach, or note that you
skin or the whites of your eyes are taking a sal
In time of war you should prepare for th*
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Over 400.000 cured. Why not let No-To-Hh
regulate or remove your desire for tobacco-
Saves money, makes health and manhood
Cure guaranteed. 50 cents and 41.00. at al
The road which leads to wealth is full of blind
Ponder Ovet It.
A prominent building owner, with yearn
of experience, gave the following instruc
tions to his architect: “I have had my ex
perience with kalsomine and other goods
claimed to bo just as good as Alabastine. I
want you to specify the durable Alabastine
on all my walls: do not put on tiny other
manufacturers' dope, if they furnish it for
nothing. Alabastine is right, and when I
cease to use it I shall cease to have con 11-
dence in myself or my own judgment.”
During the sixty years of Queen Victoria's
reign the Knglish debt has been reduced nearly
a billion dollars.
That Everlasting Irritating Itch.
That describes Tetter. Eczema and other skin
diseases. 50 cents will cure them—stop the itch
at once. 50 cents pays for a box of Tetterine at
drugstores or postpaid for 50 cents in stamps
from J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga.
Cascarkts stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe: 10c.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is a liquid and is taken
Internally, and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system Send ft>r
testimonials, tree. Sold >y Druggists. 75c.
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Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest
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Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
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For Whooping Cough. Piso’s Cure is a suc
cessful remedy.—M. P. Dieter, 67 Throop Ave..
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, '94.
If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac Thomp
son's Eye-water. Druggists sell at Ssc. per bottle
When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret
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St. Vitus’ Dance. One bottle Dr. Fenner's
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“My "sist'er"S ras wlth eruptions
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mode up our minds*? ln "-' ‘ lo 'ot
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“Does your mother like her new
“Very much. We borrow butter of
them and give them oleomargarine in
return. They seem pleased over it.”
—Detroit Free Press.
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TURKS STRIKE HEAVY BLOW.
FALL ANT) EVACUATION OF LAR.
ISSA IS ANNOUNCED.
END OF WAR 15 NOW PREDICTED.
A Probahililty That tlie Powers Will In
tervene to Stop Further Blood
The Turkish legation at Washington
has received the following dispatch
from the minister of foreign affairs at
Constantinople, confirmatory of the
press dispatches of ’>e fall of Larissa
The dispatch was >..-,ed Sunday, the
“Larissa has been occupied today
by the cavalry of the Ottoman army.
The Hellenic troops fled in disorder,
abandoning a great quantity of arms
The legation also received the fol
’ owing dispatch from Constantinople:
“The imperial troops took in Tyr
oavo a great quantity of rifles and
ammunition for cannon and rifles;
also provisions. The Greek soldiers
who were taken prisoners were sent to
Elassona. The village has been sur
sonnded by a military cordon.
“Ottoman patrol make continual
rounds and efficient measures have
been taken to prevent any depre
dations. The wise and proper be
havior of our troops has been the
-abject of admiration of the foreigners
who are on the spot.”
Rejoicing at Constantinople.
The triumph of the Turkish arms
has caused the liveliest satisfaction at
Constantinople. The following tele
gram from Edhem Pasha is posted ev
“Larissa was occupied today by the
cavalry of the imperial army. The
Hellenic troops fled in disorder, aban
doning a large quantity of arms and
This has been put as a bulletin in
many places, while the people are also
reading Edhem Pasha’s dispatch an
nouncing his possession of a strategic
position on front of Tyrnavo.
Beginning of the End.
A cable dispatch from London says:
What seems likely to be the last week
of war was entered upon Sunday It is
difficult from the tangle of conflicting
telegrams to understand the exact po
sition of affairs.
Followiug the Greek defeat at Larissa,
London opinion today is almost unani
mous that the end is in sight, and this
view is probably shared by the powers,
as they are already moving to inter
It is believed that intervention will
first take the form of a suggestion of
armistice, to which the combatants
would no doubt agree. Since yester
day afternoon the British foreign for
eign office has been in close communi
cation with the other powers of the Eu
ropean concert,Great Britain suggest
ing that the time has now arrived for
them to act. The French, German
and Italian governments have already
responded, offering to agree, though
the German government adds as a
Spndition that it would be necessary
to exact a pledge from Greece to obey
the mandate of Europe when this man
date is again-given.”
The British foreign office believes
that Greece n ill give this pledge, as
the disaster which 'lias overtaken her
has demonstrated thtvf Turkey still
possesses a formidable fighting machine
—a fact which must have a sobering
effect upon the popular d?mand for
war at Athens, and which will permit
the Greek nation to climb dowA with
out disgrace, after a superb vindica
tion of the personal courage of the
Greek troops and a gratifying demon
stration of Hellenic patriotism.
REAR ADMIRAL MEADE ILL.
Retired Naval 'Officer May Recover From
Present Low Condition.
The condition of Bear Admiral Rich
ard W. Meade, retired, who has been
ill in Washington for some days, is not
so favorable. About ten days ago he
was operated upon for appendicitis.
Until Sunday an improvement was no
During the afternoon he had a chill,
which left him in a weakened condi
tion. From this there was some ral'y
during the evening. He is very weak
and takes liquid nourishment.
CYCLONE PLAYS HAVOC.
Several People Injured and Property De
stroyed In Michigan.
A special from Outer, Arenac county,
Mich , says that a cyclone struck that
town about 5:3 (o’clock Saturday even
ing, completely demolishing the store
of \V. R. Clowston, whose residence
was also torn down.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hagley were
blown sixty feet into the air, and both
are fatally hurt. Mr. Clowston re
ceived a serious scalp wound, and is
thought to be fatally injured.
The cyclone lasted but a moment
and was followed by a terrific rain.
The cloud was funnel-shaped and took
a northeasterly direction.
SO QUORUM IN’ SENATE.
Members Go to New York to Attend Grant
There will be no quorum in the sen
ate during the present week, owing to
the absence of a large number of sen
ators in New York, in attendance upon
the ceremonies over General Grant’s
tomb. Consequently no business of
importance will be tiausacted.
The work of preparing for the reor
ganization of the senate committee
will proceed informally.
RESULT OF COURMARTIAL,
The Atlanta Artllli-ry Company Is Prac
. ticall.v Di*bun<le<l.
Captain Joseph F. Kempton, of the
Atlanta Artillery, has been dismissed
from the military service of Georgia,
forfeiting all pay and allowances due
him as witness or otherwise.
Sergeant Guy Thurman, Corporal
H. G. McCord and Private W. A.
Sanges are dishonorably discharged
from the service.
All other members and officers of
the Atlanta Artillery on trial are dis
missed. This verdict dis nissed twen
ty-six men from the state service, prac
tically disbanding the company. Six
teen members only are left.
The sweeping decision of the court
martial was handed down Saturday
night and the decision, printed in tab
ulated form, containing the charges,
specifications and pleas, were mailed
to every officer and private of the com
pany by Captain Brown. The decis
ion came in the nature of a startling
surprise to the friends of the Atlanta
Captain Kempton claimed that he
had been treated badly by his men and
was not guilty of the charges which
had been preferred against him. His
friends were of the opinion that he
would be vindicated and that all would
be satisfactorily arranged.
The privates scarcely dreamed of
dismissal and the announcement will
cause a tremendous sensation in the
city among the companies in the
service of the state.
The story of the rupture in the
ranks bf the Atlanta Artillery is one
with which the public is familiar.
Captain Kempton was disliked by his
men and there was no congeniality
among the members. Dissatisfaction
and discontent grew as time passed by
and mutiny arose in tiro camps. In
sinuations were strongly thrown out
by the men that they were not pleased
with their captain. Captain Kempton
turned a deaf ear to these mutterings
in the ranks and persisted in the com
mand of the company.
The fire was smothered for a time,
but only to break out afresh with
renewed fury. The men talked of the
situation and the story would reach
the ears of their captain. Rumors
innumerable were afloat, but no change
was made in the command and the
battery held together until the charges
were brought, which resulted in the
BUCK IS DINED.
Japanese Minister Highly Compliments
The dinner given at the Japanese
legation at Washington Saturday
night in honor of A. E. Buck, of
Atlanta, Ga., the new minister to
Japan, was one of the most notable of
the season’s diplomatic affairs. The
Japanese minister, Air. Toru Hoshi,
was, of course, the host.
Among those present at the dinner
were: Hon. A. E Buck, Secretary John
Sherman, Secretary Lyman J. Gage,
Attorney General Joseph McKenna,
Air. Frances M. Hatch, minister of
Hawaii; Air. J. D. Rodriguez, minister
of Greater Republic of Central Amer
ica; Senator C. K. Davis, Senator John
T. Morgan, Senator John L. Mitchell,
General Kelson A. Miles, Air. John
W. Foster, ex-secretai v of state; Air
Toru Hoshi. It was a social dinner
with no set speeches.
DEADLOCK STILJ, ON.
Kentucky Joint Session Yet. Fails to Elect
a t inted States Senator.
The largest crowd of the extra ses
sion of the Kentucky legislature as
sembled in he house shortly before
noon Saturday, the hour for the joint
session at which it was expected that
the long and tedious wrangle would
he ended by the election of W. J. De
boe to the United States senate.
There were rumors to the effect iliat
Senator Linney, of Louisville, who
was one of the bolters in the Hunter
race, would not be present and that
Representative Lieberth, of Newport,
ij’ould also be missing, both without
pairs. This caused the republicans
To a fid to this the gold democrats
held a caucus at noon and decided to
assist the silver democrats in an effort
to break a quorum.
Earthquake -in Illinois.
A severe earthquake was felt at
Cairo, 111., at 10 o’clock Sunday. It
lasted twenty seconds. The largest
structures were shaken with a swaying
motion, anti people rushed in terror t<
the streets. No damage has been re-
SECOND PROPOSITION MADE.
Coal Company of Alabama Submit** An
other Plan to Miners.
At a meeting at Birmingham, Ala ,
Saturday of representatives of the sev
en thousand miners working for the
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway Cos.,
the proposition made by the company
two weeks ago, looking to a reduction
of 5 cents per ton for coal mining was
Another proposition was offered the
miners by the company. The offer is
35 cents per ton for coal mining on
the sliding scale with pig iron prices
as the basis, the price of No. 1 foundry
iron at $7 is the quotation, and for
every 50 cents per ton for coal mining.
FATAL MINE EXPLOSION.
Two Miners Were Killed and Others
In mine No. 2 at Bloeton, Ala., at 3
o’clock Saturday morning gas explo
ded in a heading. Four Italians,
driving the heading, were ent of from
escape by part of the mine falling in
and two of them were killed and the
others badly injured.
A large gang of men set to work to
rescue them. The men were 1,600
feet below the surface.
Governor Atkinson and Judge Tnr
uer will visit all of the states within
the next few weeks for the purpose of
securing all the information possible
upon the serious question of managing
convicts and every camp of impo tance
will be inspected for this reason.
* . *
The officers elected at the recent
meeting of the State Aledical association
at Alacon are as follows: President,
J. B. Morgan, Augusta, Ga.; first
vice-president, L. G. Hardeman, Har
mony Grove; second vice-president, J.
.. Hiers, Savannah; censor, Charles
Hicks, Dublin. The report of the
committee appointed to revise the
constitution and by-laws was adopted.
♦ * *
The hook commission, recently ap
pointed by Governor Atkinson by au
thority of an act passed at the last
session of the legislature, will proba
bly hold its first meeting in Alacon
about the middle of next month. The
resplt of the meeting will be awaited
with much interest, as a commission
has in charge a work that will affect
the entire public school system of
The third annual convention of the
leorgia division of the Travelers’
Protective Association of America met
in Atlanta, elected its officers, ad
journed, banqueted and the delegates
eft for their homes Sunday morning.
Mr. E. E. Smith, ex-chairman of the
state railroad committee and chairman
of the national railroad committee,was
elected president. Air. D. P. O’Con
nor, of Augusta, holds the important
office of state secretary and treasurer,
and Augusta captures the state head
quarters. Savannah gets the next an
nual convention of the state division.
* * *
The Epworth League convention ad
journed at Atlanta last Sunday night,
after a highly successful and enter
aining meetin >. The following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing year:
’res dent, Air. Leon Smith, of La-
Irange; first vice president, J. E. Alc-
Ghee, of Valdosta; second vice-presi
ent, Aliss Daisy Davis, of Atlanta;
bird vice president, Airs. J. B. Bus
sey, Cnthbert; secretary, J. A. Stran
lian, Alacon; treasurer, Airs. T. P.
Graham, Rome, editor, Airs. J. Lester
Dillon, Augusta. The next meeting
place will be Alacon, hut toe exact
date has not yet been fixed.
* * *
Tlie great council of Georgia Im
proved Order of Red Alen will assem
ble in Atlanta Alay 11th and hold their
pow-wows. The business of the coun
cil will be rushed and the Red Alen
will leave Atlanta on the night of the
lltli and go to Nashville to see the big
exposition and to participate in the
celebration of St. Tamina’s day by the
Red Alen of Tennessee. Preparations
are being made by the Atlanta Red
Alen to receive and entertain the dele
gates and visitors to the great council
and the men of the whoop and scalp
will be royally cared for during their
Atlanta war dances.
It is very probable that the general
assembly will he asked to enact a law
changing the present system of justice
court procedure, at least so far as it
applies to Fulton county. There is
at present a strong movement working
iu opposition to the old custom and it
looks as if a war to the death is to be
waged on the old system. It is charged
that .the practices of some of the courts
in the county are irregular, question
able and at variance with a good sys
tem of government. It is claimed that
there has grown up a belief that the
courts are being used for wrongful and
improper purposes and that they are
fast becoming sources of evil instead
of temples of justice.
* * *
The Northeastern railroad will soon
be placed upon the market to be sold
to the highest bidder. Governor At
kinson will be the autioneer and the
property will he sold under the special
act of the legislature which was pass
ed last fall. When the legislature
took action in the matter the governor
was authorized to make the sale within
six months from that time, the limit
expiring on June 24th. The minimum
price named in the bill was $287,000,
which is at the rate of about $7,000
per mile, the road being a little more
than forty miles in length. Upon the
-ale of the Northeastern hinges a num
ber- of very important things which
have been contemplated for quite
awhile. The road, when sold, will
probably be bought in for the purpose
of extending it and developing the
country through’which the proposed
line has been surveyed.
Secretary of State, Allen D. Candler,
has received a letter which brings to
light a gigantic land fraud perpertrated
100 years ago. There was a forged
grant of 60,000 acres in Laurens
county and heirs of claimants to some
of this land under the forged title are
trying to sell it in New York. John
Davis, a lawyer of New York, writes
the secretary of state thpt persons
there are trying to sell a client of his
5,000 acres in Lanrens county on a
title derived from a grant to George
Nay lei’ on January sth, 171*5- The
grant purports to have been made to
George Nayler by the governor of
Georgia, and the endorsement states
that it is recorded in book I, page 625.
Secretary Candler turned to book I,
page 625 and found a grant of 250
acres by George the Third, through
James Habersham, president of the
council, to Isaac Ford. The date is
not 1795 but 1774, 20 years before,
when Georgia had no governor. The
alleged grant to Nayler is therefore a
THE “GBCWN-UP” DAUGHTER’S DUTY TO HER
You can only hay; one mother; therefore, when her step is growing slow
and her mind gloomy with forebodings, and you can see that her whole
v nervous system is upset, it is your filial
\ 1 duty and privilege to attend to her in
i time! Mother is approaching the most
-3 Ii critical period of her life.
/J y The change of life, that is what mother
’ f _ '“*l V. is dreading, and no wonder, for it is full
/j' u t *^ le s *' ron K es *'
X There are some special and very
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J\ SggKr' mother suffers, but she will not
* ’speak of them to any one. Help
•A _ J\^ WISgW '(her out; she doesn’t know what to do
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. A. of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
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regularly, then write to Alrj. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., giving all the symp
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Mrs. LouisSTßONG,HarrisHill,ErieCo.,N.Y.,says: “I l" M&Jjraf
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the heart. I got one bottle of the Vegetable Com-
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enabled to pass through that serious period very comfortably.”
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