The Evening’ Call.
GRIFFIN, GA., APRIL 25, 1899.
Ofllreover Davis’ hard ware Store
TELEPHONE NO. 22.
Thk Evening Call is published every
The Middle Georgia Farmer, is pub
lished every Thursday.
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Editors and Proprietors.
Notice to Advertisers,
To insure insertion, all changes for
contract advertisements must be iiande 1
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Notice to Subscribers.
Whenever the carrier tails to d liver
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will insure its prompt delivery thereafter.
Uiituil Paper of the Ordinary
of Spaldntj county and the City
|i Klalemeii - mini'- hi a h tier from
a Dawson City timekeeper are to be
relied upon, the K imdike region is
likely to come iu'o compi lition with
Motile Carlo for first place as » pio
moler of suicide I' is said that deaths
from suicide are occurring daily in
Dawson, Skaguay and other mining
towns ami camps Fail ore to strike
gold is driving u.iforiunate pi:.>p<C
An appropriation id SB,OOO for the
eXporla'inn o' (■ Tinan girls to lie
German colonies, with ihe object ol
preventing the evils eaused by the
union of while colonists with black
women "is rcei nt.y prop used in the
Reichs'iig. Mr. B> In I, tie S ’<nal
D im cr.it, ho a i ver, m<n ag .1 to make
the plan id nn '‘official marriage bu
reau'' so ridiculous Ilia' the gov rn
n.eul withdrew the proposal tr.im ti.is
Boston congratulates iteell on it
marked decrease m drunkenness durs
ing the last three years. In 189 b there
were 20 480 arrests for this ollenite, lu
1897 the number declint d to I'd 2.>2i
and in 1898 to 16628 The probation
system is working well 1 lie ca-i- id a
prisoner brought in for dr ink, linens is
carefully in vesi igatetl, ami if eircnni
stances warrant it, the tiflender is put
on good behavior l ite probation offi
cer says that often wives come in to
repoit that their homes have been
made pleasant by this regulation.
A New anaes.belie, called cocaine,
was liied at Bellevue hospital, New
York, the other day. By its n*itli<‘
I atieut remain- perlcctly conscious all
of the time, under even . lht> most
severe op. rations, meantime suflering
no pain A patient ui.det the infills
ence of the new drug, was put upon
1 lie (alls foi n illffii'ti .< op, rat ion in
abdominal surgery. Ihe opirati n
occupied more tli i.i an lioi.r. Dm ng
the time the <1 et is Iriqm ntly asked
questions id the patient, which he
answered ptomp '• aid intel i igeti lly,
meanwhile asserting that he felt no
pain whatsoever. Ih< r- is said t.> be
little difference li lwetn <. ueaimi and
cocaine, < xcept that the foruui s
much more safe
The State Mem.trial Board an
nounces I hat .lie monument erected
by the slate ol Georgia on tin t'nieka
maiig i battlefield will be dedicated at.
10 o’clock on the morning of May I’.h
next. All Confederate and Federal
organizations in all sections of the
country are invited to attend, and a
similar invitation is extended to civil
ians i'lie monument will be presented
to the stale by Maj Joseph Cummings
o i behalf of the memorial board Gov.
Candler will accept it on b dials of the
state, and in turn transfer it to Gen-»
H V. Boynton of the National Park
C nimissioti, as the representative of
the I mted States The monument is
said to be one of the most artistic and
imposit gin the National Park The
inscription, a model of its kind, reads
To the lasting memory of her s> :s,
Who fought on this fit I !
Those who fought and lived and
those who fought and died ;
Those who gave much and those
who gave all—
Erects this monument.
10,000 lbs. Seed Cotton For Sale.
Ten thousand pounds o' Piffle of
Georgia and Geo W Fruit’’* famous
C I'ton Seed for s de, at 20? f-er bush
el Guaranteed to tie mmud ami all
right. Raised by R J. Manley, Jr
J O M I WAKI',
At C de's Warehouse. ;
The Houston Post (Dem) says'
’ ‘ J iifi Sou'h’s best outlook for com
: rnerce through the aid of the Nicara
gua canal would probably be in China
and Japan, if it were not for American
control of the Philippines. ‘Our con
quests" retained, we will have to look ,
chiefly to the west coast of South
America and the islands in the South
Pacific — far from Hawaii and the Phil
ippines ” i
All members of Griffin Fire C > No, 1
1 are requested to meet nt their engine j
bouse at 7 :30 o'clock Tuesday night
to transact, business of importance.
A, Rogowski, Foreman
M. J P.iTlili'K, Sec. and I teas.
Attention, Stonewall Fire Co-
Meet at your engine house promptly
at 2 p in., Wednesday 2(ith in«t , to
take part in Memorial Day parade.
John W. Woi.co'l i , Pres
W. A. Goodrich, Sec. and '1 reas.
Attention Griffin Rifles-
You are commanded to be and ap
pear in your armory at 2 o’clock sharp
Wednesday afternoon April 26 m full
uniform. By order of,
J H Smith, Capt. Coin'd'g
lan Maclaren on a Sermon
Inn Maclaren writes on “The Art of
Listening to a Sermon," in the May
Ladies Home Journal, the first article
of n serie* on the relations of the pul
pit and the pew which h< will contrib
ute to that magazine
This author preacher writes th t the
regular church g< er bus a great adv it -
tage over the ‘ casual’’ in comprehend
ing the minister's discourse, nearly
half the beauties and points of a ser
mon In ing lost if they fall on untrain
ed ears Heraing requires in much
effort. »a preaching, says Inn Maclaren,
for “no sermon is w< Bring into which
j the preacher has not put his whole
. i .drenglb, and no Hermon can be heard
aright unless the hearer gives his
w hole st iongth also."
MCZLEY’S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasant Lemon Tonic
For biliousness, constipation anil ap-
For indigestion, sick and nervous bcad-
. > For sleepli-ssn :s, nervousne s and heart
F..r liver, chills, debility and kidney
i diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, lor natural and thorough organ
ic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozley’s Lemon Elixir is prepared
1 from the fresh juice of lemons, combined
, with other vegetable fiver tonics, and will
not fail you in any ol the above named
i hllc. and $1 O') bottles at all druggists.
, Prepared only by Dr. II M /.ley,' At
1 I At the Capitol-
* 1 am in my seventy third ye ir, and lor
fifty years I have been a great sufferer I
from indigestion, constipation and bilious
t lies.-:. 1 have tried all the remedies adver
tised for these diseases, and got no perma
nent relief. About one year ago, the
’ disease assuming a more severe and d; n
i gei'oiis form, 1 comm need Using Dr.
Mozley’s Lemon Elixir. 1 gained twelve
j pounds in three, months. My strength
s and health, my appetite and my digestion
, were perfectly restored, and now I feel as
, young and vigorous as I ever did in my
life. L. .1. Ai.i.niixti,
I > >.ir keeper Ga. State Senate,
i State 11 ipi'< d, AI lantn, (i i
Mozlcy's Lemon Elixir
’ ’s the very best meilicine 1 ever ; 1 fin
- the dises-, s you recommend it tor, and 1
. hate used many kind for woman's
trouble*. Mas S. A. <1 hi -ha m ,
: MOZLEY’S LEMON HOT IROPS.
I Cures all Coughs. Colds, II i>em ..,
, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage, and
all throat and lung disea-es. Elegant, re-
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11. Mozley, Atlantal, Ga.
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called to no .' at. ti. . . \ I ■ ■ 10
o’clock a in ,on Memorial O.i'. W. I
tiesduv, April 21'dh, fi r the | ir| of
taking part lathe M< moi: .: < > •-
el.si H, talk ing a. 110'1 iin I • i . 1 ’
C liar li -I i ’ll Rei|. <iii nul < c i' a
new ('.mi in rider.
I have h-dd llie p"-iti..n of com
mand r I Ulg <■:. II ■ .' I j i» I : r
ntive hi ; i*tiee to the . i up ntd ctfirr
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Tat Sti ver's Notice.
I will be at the different plact -on the
d .t* mentioned below , tor the purpose of .
receiving state and county Taxis t rth
Districts. Apul. Mav
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Line Creek »'■ 4
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<>n orr's days will beat my office. Ex
cep' the days named above 1 w ill be at my ;
office in I. C, M anley's store until the first
i . I Ju v, wlr n mv books will be closed
11 T. JOHNSON.
f ix Receiver Spalding Cuunty, Ga
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in the AMERICAN FRVIT GROWERS JOURNAL
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American Fruit Growers Journal, Atlanta, Ga., or Chicago, 111.
A Promlnml Phyulclan, An Elderly Lady.
1 A prominent New York physician An elderly lady living at Fordham ;;
1 in discussing the merits of Ripana Heights, a part of New York City, q
j Tabules with a brother M. D. said : and who was known to be a warm 1.
(“Several years ago I asserted that advocate of Ri pans Tabules for any ;1
if one wished to become a philan- case of liver trouble or indigestion, <;
thopist, and do a beneficent deed— said to a reporter who visited her for q
one that would help the whole hu- the purpose of learning the particu- q
man race—nothing could be better lars of her case: “I had always ]1
(than to procure the Roosevelt llos- employed a physician and did so on |
pl tai prescription, which it the basic the last occasion I had for one, but <
cf the Ripans Tabu les, and cause it to at that time obtained no beneficial
lie put up tn the form of a ketchup i results. Iliad never had any faith ;,
and distributed among the poor?’ I in patent medicines, but having seen $
Ripans Tabules recommended very
J Sales liicreaulnjj. highly in the New York 1 herald con- n
* The largest retail drug store In eluded to give them a trial, and J
* America is that of Hegeman & Co. | found they were just what my case $
$ on Broadway in New York City. I demanded. I have never employed £
5 A reporter who went there to learn I a physician since, and that means a j
J how ‘ Ripans Tab- saving of |2 a call $
J ules were selling A doUar s worth of $
* bought a flve-c«nt j*»pans labules
J carton and asked: lasts me a month,
* “Do von hav. and I would not be
J much call for £ H S R without them now |
5 these?" ‘f n W n re n lVen !
f lie was referred ?. oUar '”, A * ?
£to a gentleman who tK| w time of this inter- S
!• proved tc be the we f* ! I
| head of the depart- !
S ment. He said: ters who specially |
J •' The sale of Ripans Tabules is objected to their mother giving a j
$ constant and is increasing, due testimonial which should parade her 5
< especially to the influential character name in the newspapers but to do J
e of the testimonials in the daily press, this the elder lady argued: there /
I and growing out of these, through may be other cases just like mine, |
the recommendation of friend to and lam sure I take great pleasure 5
friend. Satisfaction with them is in recommending theTabules to any <
very general. When once they are one afflicted as i was. If the telling |
begun I notice that » perma- mt about my cane in the papers enables j
customer for them Is made. This, 1 some other person similarly affected S
believe, Is through their intrinsic , to bo as greatly benefited M I have
merit, which proves the bona lids been, I see no objection. Thedaugh
character of the advertising. I think | ters. I knowing how eimnest ly,he felt $
them specially useful in the general about the benefit she had received,
run of stomach troubles.” i decided she was quite right.
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MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
Breaks The Dividend Record.
It. tas always held the record s.?. urely, but the claim paid by the compa
ny upon a policy issued to Mr. Mark Banks, of Connecticut, the particulars
of which are given here, shows that THE MUTI AL LIFE lias in this in
stance eclipsed all previous div; lend results:
Mr. Banksw:r insure ! for $5,000 00
T e iivtdt mis amount'to 12,028.00
P. id to the estatesl7,o2B.oo
How doe< this happen.’ Mr. Banks paid all the premiums in cash, and
he d 1 fcbis lor fi:tv-lour years. He did not uhhze any portion of the divi
dends in payment of premiums, but permitted the Company to invest these
for his benefit. Here are the particular 1 :
Policy' N>. l.t 1. I a t Match 5, 1815. Amt tit $5,000.
Age 10. Annual premium, s'l,l Life Plan.
Original insurance in isf.s, $5,000.
Dividend a L.liti m pa; i in isttsl2,o2B 00
Amount i a .th c. dm ..$17,028,00
•5! Premiums par I by insured. 8,640.00
Rea: zed .!■ , uns pa ; SS.BBsOO
If inc tiijaily eq-.ia to a return • all t! pre':; ;m« paid with two m1 a bait (2j! per
cent. compound interest per ai num, v ith in-nratiee increasing annually from $5,000
at age-It), to $17,02s at
nt. ot all the prethiums
paid ll>r the insurance,
Mr. Mark Batiks wa ti.- fr< <. net arid c.e-;. -r of the Greenwich Savings
power of compound interest, and :. s wisdom is exemplified ly the result of
his method ot in result t vet been equ vile 1 by a policy-
holder in any other . omj c;v in the world.
For best ] ins of insurance ; b tsc consult me.
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Africana Has Nevei Failed
■ : f the hundreds treated. Therefore, we offer ;t
to the ; ,ibn th enure confidence, and are willing to undertake
the most dc-p-rate case on which other so-called infallible cure-
were 1e r th..- a’i •., named diseases Write for further particulars.
Africana Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A Scheme to Give Every Man a
Farm, by a Person Who is
Mn. E ditok : Some years ago I took an
idea that land was the safest investment
that a man could make in Georgia, and as
a consequence, I am now land'poor; have
more than I cau profitably make use of,
and consequently want to get rid of some,
or all of it, and I have decided to adopt
the following measure to get rid of it:
I will say, in the first place, that the
land is the best in Monroe county, is fine
ly watered, and is adapted to raising cat
tle, sheep and hogs, and is the best lor
cotton, corn, wheat, oats and other grains
in the county, There are a number of
tenant houses on the place, and a home
recently built that cost me over $3,000 to
build. The land, in the first place, cost
nn- f'ri i: i'.'.’i d >wn t • |4 par acre—saying
altogether, about $lO per acre, without
improvements ; and to get rid of it, I will
average the whole place at $lO per acre,
in the following way : 1 will have the
entire place, 1,600 acres, sub-divided into
50-acrc lots, at $lO per acre, giving more
than 50 acres to one party, if desired, and
less than 50 to another, according to his
ability to pay for it, as the case may be,
the entire quantity to be drawn for.
In other words, the number of lots and
quantity of land to be put in a hat or box,
and drawn out under approval of a com
mittee of gentlemen, at some stated time,
go that all shall have a fair chance to get a
home at a low price, and no one has a
chance of losing their m mey, or failing to
get their value, as paid, and some get a
farm at far less than cost
The land is 12 miles from Macon, a city
of some 50,000 or 60,000 people, and is
adapted to maiket gardening, and for
northern people who know how to work,
it offers a fine opportunity for a colony of
It is all together, and would make a fine
settlement, having the best of pastures,
water, springs, creeks, etc. The land is
timbered with hickory, beach, oak and
pine, and some cedar; in fact, it is the best
place I know of, and I am satisfied the ed
itor of the Call will vouch for what I
I would be glad to have any parties who
mean business, to go over the plantation,
familiarize themselves with the advan
tages, and communicate with me at
Barnesville, before going into the matter,
assuring them that I mean what I say.
I have also a farm of 50 acres near
Barnesville for sale,on good terms.
In addition to the terms offered above, I
have concluded to make the terms of pay
ment in four annual payments without
interest, which is tantamount to putting
the price of the land very low. The
titles to the land have been in the posses
sion of one or two parties for years, and
have never been questioned and are as
good as gold.
8. B. BI RR, Bh,
Excursion tickets at reduceiTYates
between local points are on sale after
12 noon Saturdays, and until 6 p. m.
Sundays, good returning until Mon
day noon following date of sale.
Persons contemplating either a bus
iness or pleasure trip to the East
should investigate and consider the
advantages offered via Savannah and
Steamer lines. The rates generally
are considerably cheaper by this
route, and, In addition to this, pas
sengers save sleeping car fare and the
expense of meals en route, as tickets
inclnde meals and berths aboard ship.
We take pleasure In commending to
the traveling public the route referred
to, namely, via Central of Georgia
Railway to Savannah,thence via the
elegant Steamers of the Ocean Steam
ship Company to New York and Bos.
ton, and the Merchants and Miners
line to Baltimore.
The comfort of the traveling public
is looked after in a manner that defies
Electric lights and electric bells;
handsomely furnished staterooms,
modern sanitary arrangements. The
tables are supplied with all the deli-
I carles of the Eastern and Southern
markets. All the luxury and comforts
of a modern hotel while on board ship,
affording every opportunity for rest,
re, real lon or pleasure.
Each steamer has a stewardess to
look especially after ladies and chil
dr, n traveling alone.
lor information as to rates and
sailing dates of steamers and for berth
reservations, apply to nearest ticket
egent of this company, or to
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E< 11. IIIM’ON, Traffic Manager,
To the Editor I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use
thousands of h< .pekss cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of its p "ver that I consider it my duty to
send tzco bottles free to those of your readers
who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, it they will write me their
express and p >stoffice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCITM. M. C-, ISA Pearl St., New York.
The IMitori.U and Manaffoment of
i till* Uuunuiteu thvj .•uvr.ria Pr ■ position.
is a vigorous feeder and re
sponds well to liberal fertiliza
tion. On corn lands the yield
increases and the soil improves
if properly treated with fer
tilizers containing not under
A trial of this plan costs but
little and is sure to lead to
All about Potash—the results of its use by actual ex
pertinent on the be-r farms the I'uhed M
told in a little book which we pubiisl will gladly
tuaai free tu any farm..- m Amen.wl,., wnl *n ... f.
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