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The evening call. (Griffin, Ga.) 1899-19??, April 26, 1899, Image 2

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The Evening’ Call. GRIFFIN, GA., APRIL 2'i, 1890. 0111.-eovcr navh’hardware Store TELEPHONE NO. 22. Tnit Evening Call 1« published every afternoon—except Sundays. The Midih.k Gkohoia Fahmkh.i pub lished every Thursday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, 1 year,s :! W “ 6 months, “ 3 months, Weekly, 1 year•'»? fl months, -•> S. B. A J. <’• SAWTI.LL, Editors and Proprietors. Notice to Advertisers. To insure insertion, all changes b>r contract advertisements must lie handed in by !• o’clock a. m. Notice to Subscribers. Whenever the carrier tails to deliver your paper, you will confer a favor by re porting the bu t to the busini< J office,which will insure its prompt delivery’ thereafter. illiwi Paper of the Ordinary of Spaioiiii county and the City jt Griftin. Every instir >iir e mid railomd office and every übohiti i Imliae lint ' no in Atlanta, will ei—r< i very Satur day afternoon at 2 o clock, Ir in May I to Sept. I of tlie pri sent y ear The officials id the Atlanta state fair to be held Hl October, say the counties of Fund, Birtow, Cobb, Gwinnett, Camden, liuncui’k, Thann* mid ! ut naiti have applied for space and have announced that they will hav" * xliib its there [die Mobile Register baa polled the press of Alabama on Gov Johnston’s call lor mi < xt<" i session of the lettisla ture Hi repeal the act calling a ( i>s!i tutional convention. I', finds that the Governor is opposed by eighty-three Demiictatic papule while he is sup ported by seven Democratic, three Republican and two Populist news papers It the new-papers corrtctly reflect ptiblic. opinion, tile convention will to, field, d> spite th > G iveruor's lardy opposition Idie bears in tlie stock tn tik> is do not hesitate to turn to their own nc» count every fact, minor or possibility that they can. Marconi has succeeded in telegraphing across the Straits of Dover without wires Presumably, therefore, wireless telegraphy will be put to eotnuieri ial uses before a great while, to the great detriment of the volume of business transacted by the cable compnnit s. In I. union the other day this argument wa* used by the bears to beat down the pri-'i of cable stocks with some success. Idle Hartford linos tuo: “ Ihe action of Q ia> s Gov- rn r. Stone, in ‘appointing' him I railed States s* tiaior on the day alter the adjournment of the legislature without mi election, is aII igrant detiai ce ol a lie r gllls and proprieties < f the <• isc It is an impudent i m pert inr tic io tlie 1 tiitrd States Senate and cannot tail o bi so regarded by that body I' dt-regar I* a provision id the state i.o - ituti 'ii which requires t o Governor t > sum tn >n Hie legtsla tur <■ to unit m. I elect w henever a vac nicy lias happened. It is a revolutionary, unscrupulous pro ceeding, and a Govern r shotihl be impeached for such conduct Those Philadelphia counterfeiters who were ca pt II red by the federal se cret service men the o'.ln r day w, re artists in dime as well as in engraving and printing It appears ! at it w t s actually their purpose to make I <iele Sam circulate their bogus notes. The plan was that sotn. $10,000,000 of bo gus money should be printed and put up in packages jti-t like those used in the treasury. Then some trusted i i!i Cinl of the treasury was to bo corrupts ed, and by his aid the counterfeits were to be placed in the treasury vault in the place of g- od money. which w*> to be divided among tin '■eln > ers Just bow the transfer between the di u of the counterfeiter s and the tit a-ii.’ v vault waj to be made is I; .,( quite cl, ,r but presumably the trusted official who was to be c rruptr .1 w>u d have been depended on to make that easv Hail the scheme been c n-ummati 1, it would have been one of tin in st st n s.atioual robberies in criminal history ; but the secret eerv ce detectives wire too smart for the cmititerfciier.s 10,000 lbs. Seed Cotton For Sale. len thousand pound* of Ptnleof Georgia and G \V Trnit' s famous Cotton Seed lor - ce, at 20... per I . el Guaranteed to be sound and ad right. Raised by R J M y, J r . J O Stkwari, Ait a \\ areh iii-e. Southern Baptist and Auxiliary Conven- I, ticnti,Louisville, Ky.,May 8-11. t;n account of above occasion, the Ccn tral of Georgia Ry. Co. will sell tickets to , Louisville, Ry., and return at one tare for ( round trip. Tickets on sale May Hli to ' 11 th, retaining limit 15 day s from date of 1 »alc. R. J. Williams, Agt. Ocmulgee Chatauqua, Hawkinsville. Ga | ' On account of above occasion, the Ccn- J Ira! of Georgia Railway Co. will sell tick ets to Hawkinsville, Ga . and return, at v one fare for round trip. Date of sale April 2.31 to May 4th, inclusive, returning May t Till. R. J. Williams, Agt. c ’ S Ocmulgoe Chatauqua, Hawkinsville, Ga. * On account of the above occasion the Southern Railway will sell to Hawkins- “ vill, Ga., ami return at one FAKKtortbe round trip. Dates of sale April 23 to May ■I inclu-ive returning May 7th. It. J. William-, A -ent. Southern Baptist and Auxiliary Conven tion Louisville, Ky , may 8 11- On account of above occasion the South, ern Railway will sell tickets to Louisvill- Ky., and return at one fake for the roundtrip. Tickets on sale May Sth to 11th, returning limit 15 days from date of sale. R. J. Wll.t.tAMs, Agent. Cheap Rates to Atlanta, Ga,. On April the 25th, ffith and 27th, th” | Southern Railway will sell tickets to At- I lanta and return tor one F>.KE,good re- I turning up to and including May 3rd. Children latwocn 5 and 12 years half litre. R. J. Wit Liams, Agent. Cheap Rates to Atlanta, Ga. On April 25, 20, and 27th, the Central of Georgia Ry Co. will sell tickets to Atlan ta and return for one fare, good returning up to and including Ms' 31. Children between 5 and 12 years, halt rate, R. J. William-, Agt. Plants For Sale! Mr. S iwtell hn» more cabbiige ami t on.i'o plants than he can use, and would tie glad to sell f-i.'io- 1 hey are excellent varieties and he would be gl id to sell any number desired, at tiie rate of 2oets per hundred. MOSLEY’S LEMON ELIXIR- A Pleasant Lemon Tonic For biliousness, constipation and ap pendicitis. For indigestion, sick and nervous head ache. For sleeplessness, tu-rvou-iie-s and heart failure. For fever, chills, debility and kidney ■ diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies,for natural and thon igli organ ic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. Dr. Mozlcy’s Lemon Elixir is prepared fn>m the fresh juice of lemons, combined I with other vegetable liver tonics, and will not tail yon in any of the above named diseases. 50c. and |I.OO bottles at all druggists. Prepared only by Dr. 11. Moxley, At lanta, Ga. At the Capitol. I am in my seventy-third year, and for | fifty years I have been a great sutferer from indigestion, constipation and bilious ! ness. 1 have tried all the remedies adver tised I t th-oe discuses, and got no pertici ' cent relief. About one ■>< ir ago, the ■ disease assuming a nine severe and d-n --gerous form, 1 commenced usin ■ Dr. Moz.ley's Lemon Elixir. 1 gained twelve pounds in three months. My strength and health, my appetite and my digestion were perfectly re-tored, and now I feel as young an 1 vig irons as I ever did in my life. L. J. Ai.i.dkkh, Door-lo eper Ga. State Sen ite, State < 'apitol, Atlanta, <la ,) Mozlcy’s Lemon Elixir- 's the very In-t me licine 1 ever m l f>r t lie b/- >.- ■ ■ \ u t.. mm- n• I :' : -r, iml I have n.s •! many kinds for woman'*: troubles. Mtts. S. A.Gki ihm, Salem, N. C. MCZLEY’S LEMCN lICT EROPS. Cures all (' Highs, Cobls, Horselb s, S. te I’hr at. Broneliiti-, 1 iem rrl; i.a , -uid : all throat ati-l lung di- ; e.i-c-. I’. - an'., r.- liable. 2-se. at druggist. Pre anal only by Dr. : H. Mozlcy, Atlanta, G i An Ordinance Io amend o-et: m 1■: the ordinan es 1 creating the B >ard of IL a.tli ol th. t’ity of I • Gridin, s>as to increase the number of , members from three to live, I \ making the : mayor and city physi, tan ex otli- > mein- I bers of said Iseir-i. Said section, when so i amended, shall read as follows : Be d r dained by the mayor and couiu il of Grit fin,that,at the first meeting in December, > I s'.i'.i, there -hall be eh it< d I y the mayor and couucil a B.i.ar l -'f Hiaith. consisting ol three members, at h ast two of whom shad be physicians. One of said board shall be elected f>r 'tie year, one Or two years and on. !-r three yeirs. All elected i bereatier, < xe. : ' >r ui: spire 1 terms.' , shall be i lei-t.'.l lor three years. Ami ill | ( additi nt ' the a >ve, the ma;, ram! . v phy-ie an ot the s ; 1 c ■ v hall be ex >tl : ; eio menit >rsofs -J ; .r,i, with ail and • i singular rights an I p w-s.-' tlie < heted t members. See. 2, Be it f.ir’i •• In.- 1, tl .t a. i ordinances a:. I part,- : rd in .'ices n e >n- I flic with t'n - < • . ■ itli Hl i t are here! y r<-p< a.e : Tat Ras eivei’s Notice.- I 1 m ill be 4 the ditTerent place* ntl .ys mentioned I.': wv. t-r the ■ urp-'se j receiving state and < unt\ I'.-ix.-t t tl. year D D. . I Afric . lln n 4 i Mt. Zion | Lim- Cn. . e 4 i < 'rrs Akins I Cabin On < >rr's days w Ibeat my otll.-e. Ex ■ c< p the days named a >ve 1 will < at wv I .'(tl. <in 1. (’. A!anley•’- st :< ;o :: ’ i IJu y, when mv book* will U- < . .1 11 I’. JOHNSON. I ix Receiver Spalding County, Go A. YOU WANT? It matter not what —sprayers, VV I'Txil JL pumps, farm ami factory machinery, canning ma- chinerv, nursery stock, evaporators, farm and garden implements, wire fencing, market quotations, fruit carriers, books, fancy stock and poultry, insecticides, farm 'anils, any information, farm and garden inventions, household articles -tnything. You can advertise for it in the AMERICAN FKDIT GROWERS JOURNAL IX, . M ( -1 J You will get answers from many sources. It .1(. LVI V/Unl; • w -j| aave y OU mone y in the purchase. Il you want to get a month's trial subscription to the best w-m-kly horticultural trade journal in the world—the farmers great busiuet i paper —send ten cents to pay mailing expenses. Subscription price $2.00 a year. Address, American Fruit Growers Journal, Atlanta, Ga., or Chicago, 111. A Prominent Phyaletan. I An Klderly Lady. I A prominent New York physician : An elderly lady living at Fordham <; 1 fn discussing the merits of Itipans | Heights, a part of New York City, .; ’ Tabules with a brother M. I), said : and who was known to be a warm , > ■ ••Several vears ago I asserted that advocate of Ripans Tabules for any Iff 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 o one that would help the whole hu- tho purpose of learning the particu- S man race—nothing could be better lars of her case: “I had always ], than to procure the Roosevelt Bos- employed a physician and did so on <; vital prescription, which it the hash tho last occasion I had for one, but <; efthc Tabules, and cause it to I at that time obtained no beneficial ije put up in the form of a ketchup re-ults. I had never had any faith ], and distributed among the poor.’’ in patent medicines, but having seen < Ripans Tabules recommended very Salas Increasing. highly in the New York Herald con- $ * The largest retail drug store in eluded to give them a trial, and S $ America is that of Hegeman & Co. found thev were just what my case j 5 on Broadway in New York City. demanded. I have never employed $ i A reporter who went there to learn a physician since, and that means a a * hov/liipans Tab- I * ulrs were selling A doUar s worth of | | Ixiught a flve-cent I* 1 pans 1 abules carton and asked: tests me a month, ( ■■Do you have and I would not be much call for A R I K XR UI without them now these?” 17 J? ’» re Tt I m e ent° f He*iddV t ' Lrs who specially | i “The sale of Ripans Tabules is objected to Uieir mother giving a 5 constant and Is increasing, due testimonial which should parade her e especially to the Influential character name in the newspapers, but to do < > of the testimonials in the daily press, this the elder lady argued : lhere £ 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 the TabiHes to any * I! very general. When once they are one afflicted as I was. If the telling e I begun I notice that a penna’mt about my case in the papers enables <; customer for them is made. This, 1 other person similarlyaffected 5 believe is through their intrinsic to be as greatly benefited as I havo £ merit which proves the bona fide been, I see no objection. Thsdaug - character of the advertising. I think . te™. knowing bow earnesUy she felt them speciallv useful in the general about the benefit she had received, run of stomach troubles.” I decided she was quite right. The Greatest Ever Known. THE NIUTUBL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK. Breaks The Dividend Record. It has always held the record urely, but the claim paid by the compa ny upon a policy issued to Mr. Mirk Banks, of Connecticut, the paiticulars of which are given here, shows that THE MUTUAL LIFE has in this in stance eclipsed all previous dividend results: Mr. Banks was insured forss,ooo 00 The dividends amounted t 012,028.00 I’d It the i statesl7,o2B.oo How de. -this happen. Mr. L inks paid all the premiums in cash, and he did this tor fifty-tour years. He did not utilize any portion of the divi dends in payment oi'premiums, but permitted the Company to invest these for his benefit. Here are the particulars: ! Policy N >. 1,2:13. Issued March Anmunt $5,000. ‘ Age 40. Annual premium, $'G( I . Life Plan. 1 Original insurance in 1845 $5,000. : I h vidend a<l 1 ition- p >. 1 in IMO, . 12,028.00 Am.<u::t<: 1 .th > aim 517,028,00 ■ ’•! Premiums paid by insured 8,640.00 Realized.!■ > > -‘ati • .ver ; r< m dims paid.... $8.388 00 iin nearly o, ... t a return -nf th pre: •;ms ;a: : with tw< ■an 1 a halt (2- per i < ent. < »mp aim: inter, -t pi r a:.num, w ith in-nram ■ Increasing annn illy from $5,0! 0 at age 40, to $17,028 at age hl Tin-dividend additions p-.id the estate were Li'.i per cent. of ail the premiums paid f>r the insurance. Mr. Mark Banks was the treuurer and cashier of the Greenwich Savings : Bank, and died at the good obi age of ninety-four. He appreciated the power of compound interest, and his wisdom is exemplified by the result of hi- method ot investment —a result that has never been equalled by a policy holder in any other compat v in ti.e world. For best plans of insurance r • ise consult me. LA_. \A7 _ HILL 7 Soecial -A flFPlßflNfl T " e wo,nierfu ' rifiylunprl, Blood Purifier.... Cures absolutely Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Old Sores. Constipation Gout, and All Diseases caused by impure Blood .... TO STAY Cl RF’>. Africana Has Never Failed ':: a•:g e insi.c:. . • ; the hundreds treated. Therefore, we offer it to the public with entire confidence, and are willing to undertake the iii.’-t .esp -ate <■ i-e n which other so-called infallible cure are tailed. Africana is made altogether from herbs, is perfectly hara.i-s and vc: -,s t n >-t power:.il and surest remedy ever di named sc ises Write for further particulars, Africana Co., Atlanta, Ga. LAND POOR. A Scheme to Give Every Man |a Farm, by a Person Who is Land Poor. > Mu. I niTOK: Some years ago I took an ' idea that land was the safest investment j that a man could m ake in Georgia, and as j a consequence, I am noW land poor; have more than I can profitably make use of, 1 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 for 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 me from $25 down to $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 psy for it, as the case may be, 1 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, so 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, aud for northern people who know how to work, it offers a tine opportunity for a colony of energetic citizens. 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 say. 1 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. S. B. BURR, Sr, Barnesville, Ga. <«EORGIA z Excursion tickets at reduced rates 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 include meals and berths aboard ship. Me 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 j ton, and the Merchants and Miners ■ line to Baltimore. The comfort of the traveling public is looked after in a manner that defies criticism. Electric lights and electric bells; handsomely furnished staterooms, modern sanitary arrangements. The tables are supplied with all the deli cacies of the Eastern and Southern markets. All the luxury and comforts of a modern hotel while on board ship, affording every opportunity for rest, ! recreation or pleasure. Each steamer has a stewardess to ■ look especially after ladies and chil- I dr>'n traveling alone. for information as to rates and , .sailing .Lie* of .steamers and for berth i reservations, apply to nearest ticket i agent of this company, or to 3. t . H AILE, Gen. Pass. Agt., E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, •savanfiah, Ga. ronsumpiion AND ITS Tn TKF. Et'iTORI have an absolute remedy f- -r C >ns -j P■i; . timely use thovsands < 4 h- >;v!ess cases have Iven already permanently cared. £-■> proof-positive am f of its p • I consider it' my duty to send t'a ? E’.'L’-’t />.•<■ to those of your readers who have Consumption, Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, if they wiil write me their express and p- -stotTce'address. Sincerely, I A. SLOCUM. M. C., 183 Pearl St.. New York. 9f"‘ T ■ F ‘iMriai and Management of i Lh.*i r itUHnuitee iD‘s FroposiUOXV Cjorn is a vigorous feeder and re sponds well to liberal fertiliza tion. Oil corn lands the yield increases and the soil improves if properly treated with fer tilizers containing not under 7% actual Potash. I A trial of this plan c'osts but little and is sure to lead to profitable culture. All about Potash—the results of its use by actual ex periment on the best farms in the United States—i» told in a little book which we publish and will giadly lluul free to any farmer in America who will write for it. GERMAN kali Work*, t 93 Nassau St., New York. 50 YEARS* E RIE NC E Trade Marrs "t Designs "rry Copyrights &c. Anvonp Rpndlng a sketch and description may qulrklv ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly eonfltiential. Handbook on Patents sent free, oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive specuil notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a vear : four months, fl. Sold by all newsdealer*. MUNN & Co. 3618r0ad * a * New York Branch Office. 625 F Bt.. Washington. D. C. B~~~LUBD poison ! A BPECIAUrY7S% tiary BLOOD POISON r c;anen:i? cured in 15t030 days. Toucan betn-.-:t. tat home for same price under same gu.irisu ty. If you prefer to come here we will con. tract to pay railroad fareand hotel bi i is c n j nochsnte. if we fail to cure, ffyou have taken mer cury, iodide potash, and still have aehes and pr.ins, Mucous Patches in mouth, Sore Throat. Fiuiples, Copper Colored Spots, deers ou any part of the body, Hair or Eyebrows fallinr out, it is this Secondary BLOOD POISON we guarantee to cure. We solicit the most obsti nate cases and challenge tho world for a case we cannotcure. This disease h is always baffled the skill of the most eminent physi cians. 8500,000 capital behind our ur.eondi. tlonal guaranty. Absolute proofs sent scaled on application. Address COOK REMEDY CO*. 340 Masonic Temple, CHICAGO. ILL. WE PAY S2OO cash for a F.ngle stamp like cut! We pay S'» to c»s< h 1 for many postage stai: psub«<! between )-47 and I i.-k I up your obi 1 it. rs u. or your neigh ors; a. fin«l stamps wonii t b . r • of dollar*, I t<, ritr.E iiliib’: 1 . iMPAltn FUSE 1 FBEEI FREE! A Life Size Portrait, Crayon, Pastel or Water Color, Free In order to introduce our excellent work we will make to any one sending us a photo a Life Size Portrait, Crayon, Pastel or Water Color Portrait Free of Charge. Small photo promptly returned. Exact likeness and highly artistic finish guaran teed. Send vour photo at once to (’ L. MAREGHAL ART CO., 34S Elm St., Dallas, Texas. Southern Railway. 1 Bhort*«t and <P- k- - ' " b d ibie 4«!iy servfoc betw- < ' ■ connecting ir. t• *• 1 • •' At ‘.ant h. w .’h V- UniT‘‘-i Sin’C' • .< Washing: \ Also prom; ’:' • ■ :.• ’ tar.t.»''L-a, M» »nphas, L< the Nurth'-ven’ Schedule in ! J r’,.’, lard • ' ■ Nuri hbouit 1. Oilumbus “ Waverly Hail • ' ’ lln “ Uak Mountain ; - a ■■■ “ Wa rm Springs , . t . \ “ Woodbury... “ Cvn-’ird, “ Wili.amson.. 1 “ (-in'Ua. 91> ain M “ MtUonough- ilov> Din Ar. Atlanta . ■ • - •> ' I.v Atlanta.. ’' • < n Ar. Wawhii:.- . : 4 ’ New York i : >- Lv. Atlanta.. | 4 • ■’ I- id • -5 a Ar. Chat • anooga ■ >• ! p •' Ar Memphis Ar. I. 'uisvilir 7 ' '• a : Ar. < iiH-uinau. ■ > • r b. >«. 30 >■ southbound. !>iiiv Lv. Cincinnati. ' ami b lo Lv. 1/> 74 1 an: ~ -1 ; Lv. Memphis.. ’ i’’ a m b < u Lv. Char. auoo.siA Ar. Atlanta. a i:. Lv. 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