TIMKS-BNTKBPIUSE, THOMASVIIXE, GEORGIA, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.
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RUSSIA’S REPLY SATISFAC
Taps About War Crists in Bast and
/ Rumored .Settlement.'
Cable Advlco from Tokio Statta that
Conditlona Have Been Agreed Upon
by Oppoeing Countries In the Orient.
foes Not Believe That Definite Answer Has Been Made-
Talks on Panama Question-Expresses Views of War’s
Effects on Wheat and Cotton Market—The Secretary is
Enjoying His Stay Here and Improving in Health.
The Thomasville correspondent of the
New York Herald was informed Friday
night by that paper that cablegram ad-
rices from Tokio state v that. war between
China and Japan will be averted. The
reply made by Russia to Japan was sat
isfactory to the latter country and the
Herald states that there will be
no war. Negotiations hare been
in progress for a long time
and different proposals have been made
and each in tom rejected until this last
reply of Russia to the Japanese govern
This news was received late last night
and is doubtless authentic. Dispatches
earlier in the day were as follows:
London, Jan. 29.—‘The Japanese min-
ThatL. H. Jerger has
on hand a beautiful line
for gifts or souvenirs,
and that he is selling
them at prices that will
astonish you. Call and
L. W JERGER,
South Broad Street, Thomasville Ga
Secretary Hay was eeeu at Green
wood. Col. O. H. Payne’s home Satur
day afternoon and asked for a state
ment in regard to tho rumored settle,
ment of the war crisis in the East
“I netrer discuss matters of this kind
away from Washington,” said Mr. Hay, ■
"but I do not believe that this Informa-
tt in it definite enough to call for any
stateument from me at this time. It is
improbable that Japan has received the
ootnmnuication from Russia which is
pointed to as the basis of the rumored,
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to Tioknor, a distance of thirty miles,
on that day. For a time no passenger
schedule will be put on and only freight
trains will nin. The new road connects
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Books Far Library.
Mrs. J. O. Strawbridge has presented
the Thomasville Publip Library with a
number of volumes, 93 in all. Theliter-
atore is of s high class, some of it notion
and some travel and biography. This
splendid gift will add greatly to the
library and all boek-lovsrt will join in
enjoyment and appreciation.
A Bad Sorap. ~
Willis Lewis, a well known oolored
man, was seriously Injured in a light
With Walter Wade anothernegroTbure-
day night and may die.' Wade beat
Lewis with a scantling and after knock-
tag him down, kicked him in the aide
with such force that several ribs wen
broken. Lewis is in a badly battered
eo jdltton and may not recover.
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Ospt. E. M. Smith went tojCairo and
returned Friday. }
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H. O. HoFadden.
General Passenger Agent.
E. M. Mallette, the real estate agent,
has sold to Gandy A Mallette tbs Un
derwood place on east side of Oennty
line Road jnst beyond the Ochlockonee
river. The tracts contains 440 acres and
it will be Improved by the purchasers.
The Pelham Journal brings tbs news
that Mr. J. B. Half of that city, who is
well known hero as stenographer far J.
L. Hand, has resigned bis position and
wiU Work to the civil Krrl03 at
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settlement; and in the natural course of
events it will not be known for a week
or more whether the amended promises
will meet Japan’s approval ”
“If one couutry determines npou war
ot course war is unavoidable. In inter
national relations it does not take two
to rnako a quarrel, and aggressive ac
tion upon the part of either of tfcf
parties at issue will naturally precipi
tate a conflict.”
He was asked wliafc effect upon the
cotton and wheat markets of this conn'
try a declaration of war in the east
would produce. “I do not believe that
it would have any effect whatever upon
the size of next soason’s crops or the
prices these products will bring in tho
markets of the world.”
••Yon do not think a Russo-Japanci-e
war would increase the output or cop-
sumption of these commodities?” he
“1 do not think it would.”
“Doubtless you noticed in today’s
paper the announcement that Colom
bia proposes to organize an expedition
. againet Panama?”
“Really, I never discuss matters of
•tate away from Washington, I *hop«
Colombia will realize, however, that
such un attempt must be useless and
fruitless. The independent status of
Panama is too well recognized to ad
mit of its subjugation by Colombia.”
Mr. Hay asked with quite a show of
interest for tho latest news from Gener
al Reyes and as to whether or not he
was still in this couutry. He lias been
reading the Georgia newspapers since
coming south and referred to the posi
tion cf the Atlanta Constitution and
many other Georgia pajiers, this one in
cluded, on the Panama matter. He
declared it to be the sensible view,
as well as tho best advised from a purely
party standpoint. He stated that this
should not be made a partisan question.
‘The state department,” ho said signifi
cantly. does not play politiefv Any
question before this branch of the gov
ernment is considered from a national
standpoint and business interests of tho
country are always considered. The
Panama Canal is a matter of vast im
portance to the south commercially.”
The Secretary had just returned from
a drive with Col. Payne. He looks much
better and stronger than when he ar
rived here. He said “I am thoroughly
enjoying my stay in Thomasville, and
am feeling much better.”
The latest dispatch from Tokio last
night bears out the correctness of the
Secretary's view. It is as follows:
Tokio, Jan. 30.—The government does
not, it is said, have any Russian infor
mation concerning the character of the
Russian note, although it has received
various reports, a majority of which
say ths reply will be satisfactory. The
government of Japan does not antici
pate the necessity of the Russian reply
far a few days.
The presumption that Russia has
made a concession doss* not in the least
warrant the conclusion that there will
be a peaceful settlement of difficulties.
with the Georgia Northern at Tickuoy
Tho officers of tho F. R. & N. E. By.,
are T. D, Sale, President, and T. M.
Carter, J. W. Byrd, D. M. Rogers and
Andrew Baldwin, Directors. Mr. D.
M. Rogers is also Manager.
Tho road is closely allied yyith tho
Higgston Lumber Company. The for-
nier secretary and treasurer of this com
pany is Mr. W. B. Hutchinson w ho is
well known in Thomasville. He has re
signed his position and will return to
his home in Michigan City, Ind. J. W.
Byrd, of Oordele, is his successor.'
Marriage Near Cairo.
A wedding of interest to Thomasville
people took place at Cairo Sunday. Mies
Lona Bennett, daughter of Mr. Trailk
Bennett, wed JVir. Fentress Walker,
son of Mr. Casper Walker. Tho wed
ding took place at Mr. Bennett’s /resi
dence at 3 p. m. The two families
united, are ampng (he best in the
Will Go Back to G. 8. <fc F.
Mr. W. F. Hodisill, for quite a wl^lo
with the T. T. & G. road at tills pinto,
aud who later bought the Moultrie
Hews, has gone back to railroading.
He will take charge of the business of
the G. S. & F. railroad at Tifton on
Feb. 1st. Mr. Rudisill was stationed
at Tifton with the Bame road some
years ago and seemed to be pleased to
get back to his first love.
ot. feterburg, Jan. 29.-—The authori
ties here now say that the Russian re
ply to Japan will not be transmitted
until next week.
FLOYD BOUND OVER.
Merrillville Marshal Committed for
School Question Settled.
A number of the citizens of Coolidge
were here yesterday iu the interest of
the school at that p^ace.'.
It seems that there are two factions
and both want the school. Each side
appeared before the County Board of Ed
ucation Saturday and presented their
claims, aud the “west Coolidge’’ folks
won aud will get the school.
It is to be hoped that both sides will
get together and pull togetlier for the
access of the school—au institution
without which no community can grow
Pecan Industry Growing.
Tho pecan industry in and around
Thomasville is growing. Several gen
tlemen are making a specialty of this
industry and many others are going to
try the industry in a small way.
Mr. J. L. Turner is putting out ten
acres, using some trees that cost |5 each.
Mr. J. W. Dillon and several others
are having their pear trees cut down and
are planting pecan trees in their place.
The pecan industry has proven profit
Tho commitment tr»al of J. B. Floyd,
Merrillville's marshal took place Fri
day morning before Justice John W. H
Mitchell, J. F. Mitchell represented the
defendant and 8. A. Roddenberry the
There were five witnesses examined.
The evidence went' show that Mr.
Floyd shot Jim Hadloy, a colored man,
while in the discharge of duties as mar
shol of Merrillville. Hadley afterwards
died and Mr. Floyd came to Thomas
villo aud surrendered himself to the of
Judge Mitchell bound him ovor for in
voluntary manslaughter. His bond was
fixed at'five hundred dollars, which wus
furnished.' He will appear for trial be
fore the Superior Court at the regular
The trial of (Marshal Floyd brought
quite a number of Merrillville people to
town Friday. Among tliem were N.
E. Turner, J. J. Tamer, Robert Luns
ford and VV. F. Davis.
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The chimney wss burned oqt but no
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