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The evening call. (Griffin, Ga.) 1899-19??, June 22, 1899, Image 2

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The Evening Cal). ÜBIFFIN, GA., JUNE, 22. 180‘J. Office over Davis’ hardware Store TELEPHONE NO. 22. I'hb Eieninu Call is published every afternoon ■■• except Sundays. The Miudlk Georgia Farmer,'« pub lished every Thursday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, 1 year “ 6 months, ‘■■J/ “ 3 mouths, '•* Weekly, 1 year ™ 6 months, 25 S. B. A SAWTELL, Editors and Proprietors. Notice to Advertisers. To insure insertion, all changes lor contract advertisements must lie banded in by 'J o'clock a. m. Notice to Subscribers. Whenever the carrier fails to deliver your paper, von will confer a favor by re porting the lactto the business office,which will insure its prompt delivery thereafter. Official Papei of the Ordinary of Spalding county and the City it Griffin. 1 iir>rm»t>on comes byway of an East In bin pap, r, -ays lhe New York Tribune, i hat Mr ami Mis Tbambyn-. ayagarnpillal an low on > visit to l< ivilknqyiri nppn Mr 1 hambynay ngsmpillal is the son of Judge G. 8. A i lanayugam pilla and eui.-ir.-'.aw of 'Mr A. J a rnbn li nga in inudfllnir From ibis it is < a .-w Io reach the conclusion Ihat society reporters in India had n busy and interesting life. lhe Philadelphia ILauud cars: ‘ flieie ale thrie p,.--ibie Holuliollß id the compile.‘lions in South Afnca a thus reprio-i tiled, l he British govern ment might ri plid a’e Sir A.ti- d a re port, andi,. i! I him. ll> 1 ran-•• i * Volkmaiid might immediattiy outran ch ise the <>u< ia ndi i e I tie fi n-t is tin. thinkable, tlm si com! impiobable thrie lemains, therefore, only tlit third ro ut' n, namely, the British in t, i v<-nt ion (i inianv pis Spain 21)000 (JOO pert’ etas for the i i niain’.ng Spanish islandi in the Pacitic, but whether tie pesetat are to be gold ur silver is a question lhe actual gold vain •of the Spunisl hi: ci l | > rtc I a IS Im w lisslliuli 10 cl tits Old if | aynn nt ibtnmle in that colt tl. ninny can tiny ir. re thaii t nougl with i 2 It>o <K <> in d i > t arry on the conn ict But i. gold 2.i—pesetn pieces ivt re meant, the islands would cost (in many about $5,000,000 Ib, N i-It V:l e \ mer I■ in say► 'A e have coni.-ml dml >i g that p dies should have no place in our policy to war I in «■ i-iiin Is i’ii ■ qm> mi. d lb ve p i rti t d (lie in in igelili nt of the e.ew p r-inna na i d al-o be As Mr Barrett srqr c.s ■-; ■ H-rviim and I \ 1 • ‘ ' m■ ■ i -1 d be se- bu 'ed uml, it, ain h-r II I be Dem ocrat-, lb | u m P . i Mug 'viimi's ( e pro-1 ■ '•( fm -neli i law hi e■vir, i ■ ' b ’’« I • n i , erm- templates •!>" in'eiit bn-kbai.dt-d blow a ’ t e ;■ 11 ! i a :vi c ■ ihe late N ■ bra -k a logic !u ri pi - -rd ala w, osli nsiL , ' tt In protect i m of f. in He employ, i s : i riianufacturii g ami meiiantne • > bi:h merit a, t o the i da\'- rk, i.i il th proprietors shoo Id |ll*v: de .-eu t for ',in de em ployeis. The law u.ii g , into if’ ct lhe tired of mxt m nth So far from being a protection to tl.< women, thfl elf, ct of the law will be to displace a great many of them, as a large number of mill owners arid merchants have givi n tin ir female employees notice that their services w ill m t be . eqiiired after June 30. lhe places made va* cant will la; ft led with m ti. The new law was passed through the efforts of the ( i.mlt d' rati <1 W omen’s clubs of Nebraska. The members of the clubs, no doubt, never worked in a store or a factory, and hence bad little knowl edge of wha' the working women de sired ; but they w a chance b> make a-point and get notoriety, even if it. took bread out of the mouths of the working women, and went ahead with their idle scheme of “reform.” For Backache use Stu art’s Gin and Buchu, Half Rates to Barnesville. Account of Chautauqua, the Central of Georgia Haiiway will sell excursion tick ets at rate one fare round-trip, July Ist to ■Sth inclusive, with final limit July 10th 18H9. Attractions of special interest have been announced for the occasion. (The farmers around Macon have it within their j aver to provide (or ! tbcmselvci a good nod reliable near by market for wheat, if they desire one. The 'Telegraph quotes a prorni* nont citizen as saying : ‘lf the farm- I era within a radius of fifty miles of Macon will plant enough wheat to warrant the investment, I will guar antee that a flour mill, equal to the demand, will be established in Macon.” The farmers could do nothing better than discus this proposition and bring it to a head, nt their forthcoming wheat convention There has Lien a gratifying wheat revival in Middle Georgia during the last two or three | years The establishing of a large flour I mill at Macon would greatly help the movement towards horm—made bread’ ; stuffs, to the benefit of all conci med. : —Savannah News. As the rubber industry in Congo Free State has recently bun threat ened by the great amount of the pro duct that has been taken itom the trees, the government has recently promulgated a decree that for each tun I of rubber yielded ,n r year, ai least 150 I trees should be plant'd. 1 he control 11 of the rubber forests has been placid in the bands of a bureau, aid the rag u ations governing the carrying on of . the industry are to be must rigorously enforced. The most important of there ' is the prohibition of the gathering of 1 rubber in any other method than by incisions in the bark of the trees 3 - Working Night ana. Bay ' The busiest and mightiest little tiling ’’ that ever was made is Dr. King’s New 11 Life Bills. Every pill is a sugar coated n globule of health, that changes weakness n into strength, listlessness into energy, I brain-fag into mental power. They’re I wonderful in building up the health. Only .; t!. r >e pier box. Sold by J. N. Harris A Son I j and Carlisle A 5V ard. MCZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR - Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels - i and. Kidneys- ’ I For biliousness, constipation and in i e I laria. For indigestion, sick and nervous head ache. For sleeplessness, nervousne-s heart fail ure, and nervous prostration. For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir. Ladies, for natural and thorough organ ,B I ie regulation, take Lemon Elixir. s(»e. and $1 00 bottles at all druggists. ” Prepared nly by Dr. 11. Mo/ y, At h I Innta, Ga. H, ! n j Gratitude. I, Dr. Il M .ley—Dear Si' 'in . using I your Lciijon Elixir 1 have never had ,an 1' ■>! her attack of those 1. arful iek head a ’ aches, and thank G >d tha! 1 have at last I | found a medicine that will cure those aw ful spell-.. Mu Etta W. Jonhs, Farkersburg, West \ irginia. Mozley’s Lemcn Elixir. h I mil led with indigesti >n and dy-en i tery !or two lone y< 1 heard of Lemm I Elixir; got it; taken seven bottles and am No. 1731 First Ave., Birmingham, Ala. Mczley's Lemon Elixir I Cured my husband, who was afflicted I t 1 ; v- ars with large ulc< rs on hi - ieg, andwas I cured after u ing tw > bottles; and cured a ii-.,-nd win :n tie ' ct ha i jv.-n up to I die, who had suffered iir \ ears with indi gestion md nervoti-pr.'strati n. Mm- E A. BEvit.i i . ■' L MCZLEY'S LEMON HOT BROPS. Cures all Coughs, (-olds, II u’seness, ; Sore Throtit, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage, and ; dl throat and lung diseases. Elegant, re | ‘iable. I 25c. at driiL-Ct. Pre ared only by Dr. H H. Mozlev, Atlanta, Ga B rphinean ’ Wbuk'-v hnb nTITTT H ff lts without pain or I I 111 ||f| confinement. Cure guaran- II I II I IVI teed or no pay. BH. VF.AL, |j J. I | J I■ | MftiCgr Ijthia Springs San- W 8 IB W SV«I itarium, B v 3, Austell, Ga. . • 1 CATARRH] Ss ; WASH A ■■ - i - . . - — —— 1 (Ki JL Pri’i.W.n. Peeke, who ■l4 tO ■ ra & doul.t treated nntl cur- G ’ fe. cd, than any B m xfe living Physician; his i M x W success is astonishing. We have heard of cases of so years’ standing «afl cured by < B him. Ho I iirrrite tlo of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers who may send their I’. ( >. and Express address, ' We advise anv one wishing a cure toaddress ProtW. H. FEEKE, F. D., 4CedarSt., Hew Yorl QTATE GF GEORGIA, O Spalding County. Whereas, Andrew J. Clark, administra tor of Miss Margrett A. Tarver, represents tc the court in his petition, duly filed and entered on record, that he lias lull adrain i-tered Miss Margrett A. Tarver's estate. This is therefore to cite all persons concern ed, kindred and creditors, to show cause, ■ if any they can, why said administrator , should not be discharged from his admin istration, ami receive letters < f dismission 1 on the first Monday in September, 181'8. I'his June 5, 1899. J. A. DREWRY. Ordinary. Listen to This Woman’s Story g’ Carminative ? ts My Llfa<" 4 Johnson Station, Ga., September 16, 1891. I IN DRUG CO., Atlanta, Ga. - 1 can not recommend your Pitts* Garminativt too my baby’s life to it. She had Cholera infantum * dd, and 1 could get no relief until I began using Pitt s I : fever left her when I had given her but two bottles, f dso she did not look like the same child. 1 advise all V sickly or delicate children to give this remedy a trial. 7 Respectfully, MRS. LIZZIE MURRAY. /er Baby-Will Sava Youra. i ./r,... i Eagle brand f > Milk I Has No Equal as an Infant Food < C “INFANT HEALTH’seht FREE. < Ripans Tabules —ONE GIVES RELIEF— -Ifl| I | * r ’! x I;j /A , 'pd _ IT / 1, a ’’"x 7 1 ii - " fit Famny R, liveryt i . : ; li up and makes me . ■ ll a ' : .\ y Gra< e D. Il ~ IE ill , anti take 01 when b;-;.:ns 1 manifest itsdf You will fli’.d ■ 1..t th ■ Irani, <• will come to ;:n end in ten : te ■, and tl re '.-ill be no head ache that day. wxN'.i:i> x.f b-»i >1,1., i>. •> -;h 1 i; n ' l ;G'''- 1 ** givmreb-h M.llw »"nl>cll ■ vx'"» • •• ■ - ~t ' • ->> •■•tic It I1 A .s. i' hr y> ce-M*. ot uu-krtH t-r«k ecnn, may Im- hul u • • ■ I■ , -aiuples an I ■■ tlwi.-an ' 1.. tuny, udg »,,| k. tautaied u> any address for i cent*, forward. >tn r t inituvai <<j , No. JObpruw bt., V.'W \ork. A YOU WANT '’ B matters not what—sprayers, W JL pumps, farm and factory machinery, canning ma- chinery, nursery stock, evaporators, farm and garden implements, wire fenc ; market quotations, fruit carriers, books, fancy stock and poultry, i; sevu .les, farm lands, any information, farm and garden inventions, household articles—anything. You can advertise for it in the AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS’ JOURNAL 0U answers from many sources. It ” will save yon money in the purchase. It you want to get a month’s trial subscription to the best weekly horticultural trade journal in the world—the farmers’ great business paper—send ten cents to pay mailing exper- 's. Subscription price $2.00 a year. Addreas, American Fruit Growers Journal, Atlanta, Ga., or Chicago, 11l Sarah E. Bowen, of Peru, Ind., said: “For eighteen years I suffered with weakness peculiar to my sex. I could neither sleep nor eat well, and was reduced to a mere skele ton. My skin was muddy, my eyes heavy, and I wa . dizzy much of the time. Doctor.; prescribed for me without avail; medicine seemed to do me no good. I was at the brink of despair when a friend told me wdiat Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People had accom plished in a case similar to mine. I bought a box and took them, I bought more and took them until I was well and strong. Dr. Wil liams’ Pink Pills for Pale People brought me new life and I recom mend them to every suffering woman.” — From the Republican, Peru, Ind. Dr. Williams' Bink Pills for Pale People contain, m a condensed form, all the ele ments necessary to give new life and rich ness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neural gia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after-effects of the grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and sallow complexions, end all forms of weakness either in male or female. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are never sold by the dozen or hundred, but always in pack ages. At all druggists, or direct from the Dr Wil liams Medicine Company. Schenectady. N. V., 50 cents per box. 6 boxes 12.60. LAND POOR. A Scheme to Give Every Man a Farm, by a Person Who is Land Poor, Mr. Editor : 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 can 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 me from $25 down to $4 per 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 : I will have the entire place, 1,600 acres, sub-divided icto 50-acre 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 stateel 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, and for northern people who know how to work, it offers a fine 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. 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. In addition to the terms offered above, I have concluded to make the terms of pay merit 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. 1 am not particularly wedded to this plan of getting rid of my lands, but only suggest the idea—any better plan would b.‘ thankfully substituted. S. B. BI RR, Sr, Barnesville, Ga. Z OE‘ | riYCO / ..T’ Excursion tickets at reduced rates i 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. 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 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, recreaiion or pleasure. Each steamer has a stewardess to look especially after ladies and chil dren traveling alone. For information as to rates and Balling dates of steamers and for berth reserval ons, apply Io nearest ticket Cgont of iliis company, or to J. C. HAILE, Gen. Pass. Agt., E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, Saiannah, Ga. Consumption To the Editor :—I have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured. So proof-positive am I of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your readers who have Consumption,Throat, Bronchial or Lung Trouble, if they will write me tlielr express and postoffice address. Sincerely, ®. A. SLOCUM, M. C-, 183 Pearl St., New York. 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