*2zives That Headache.
Copudlno cures all hinds of nclio.i, wbother I
Itmbs; relieves stomach troubles, monthly pains.«
oosout the norves after excessive smoklncor diss
Absolutely Harralo s. IT'S JL,
Trial Bottle,* lOc at drugstores••• by dose ,
( hern Railway.
? Or.nl * 3flnj
2 J«)aj 0 COal
/ of Oeorqu Railway.
f K*n' X OOnl 1 30pl i 25r
.0i)a II 10a I | 7 25<
|h. .Ill 3’ml] 2 R5a( I
III.. I 3 30n| 1 10p|.
8 lOttJ Arrive from
. it SR a Athena 7
1 tfelMIll'leyravlIlo . 1
I UlplEatonton .... 7
• 3 43n|Btrm. ft Cnlm 4
4 10a|nirm. & Colm.*J2
II SOaWnnt. & Mby 4
7 IBplAlby ft Mont. 12
It 35a (Covington.... i
A Birmingham Railway.
r*e. w. 8pga, Columbus 4:11
n?o, accommodation... 6;4!
ore, W. 8pgs, Colum.. .11:11
inae, accommodation.. 3:li
M l.. O. & s. Railway.
. 3:20pm Lv. Vldnlta.
. 6:34pm Ar. Dublin.
. 7:10pm Ar. Macon.
hcon.. fi-.OOam T.v. Dublin.
tJblln.. 9:3r>amlAr. Macon,
. X :45am
FILLMORE AIR LINE RAILWAY
[ Effective Juiy /, 1905.
1 | STATIONS. } 2 | 4 | 0
. Wndlcy ...
. Rltimlnl* ..
. Dell wood ,.
.. McLeod ...
. Stillmorn ..I
* V » ... '
5 oo (; r.L Pflllmoro ..
*12 fltt.. Ifurryhlll ..
5 fl! 7 07!... Corn Tea ...
5 •'•‘XI 1 17|. Cobbtown
5 7 Bcpllonvlllo
6 00 7 35lAr Collins. h\
IBeabo'rd A L
10 OOf. 8avnnnnh
(Central of Qa.)
V,. Atlanta ,.A
.... American ....
... Hmltlivtltn ...
.... Dnv/non ....
r.. Cnthbprt ..I.
i. Macon to
AH the stops,
ftth train for
p nice coaches
Corn **a I*
. Edison .
P. M.. local train from Macon to
Atlanta, carries nice day coaches.
.. Commit t ,
.,, Italicock .
... Hinson ..
... Jlavnnn ,
... Glhnon ..
,. Spring Hill
ELEGANT SOUTHERN DINING CARS ON ALL THfJ
:« and Atlanta,
•k and Jesup.
. McIntyre ,
rabcllc *. L
to with Seaboard Alf
to, with Atlantic Coo si
. with Central of Qt<
Mwith Central of Oeor
k'OO. General Manage
s rON. Gen. Pass. Ay
"i voii below will
i't unci courteous
rut Creels.... 10 4tl 5 23
V Branch.... 10 38 6 08
Ikes ivak 110 31 4 38
itr.pntrlck ....no 21 4 42
• JJ M 4 32
rnVn pnn'K trai
. Allentown ..
THE MACON TELEGR-APH:
JORDON. PRESIDENT OF THE COTTON GROWERS'
WAREHOUSEMEN IN SOME
TO EXPORTERS WITHOUT OR-
FROM THE OWNERS.
ITarvie Jordon was in Macon
As he is president of the
.Growers’ Association, he re-
while at his home in Monticello
a telegram from an import-
point in South Carolina
reduction average 25 per
Fertilizers ft. Ginners report
cent, increase over last
Which, being interpreted, means
that the South Carolina farmers have
concluded to cut down their acreage
twenty-five per cent, and their us'e of
fertilizers fifty per cent.
Mr. Jordon will, at Forsyth today,
appear before the farmers of Monroe
county and discuss the situation.
In a conversation with a Telegraph
reporter Mr. Jordon said that ware
houses In various parts of the state
were loaning cotton to the exporters.
He urges that warehousemen must not
dispose of cotton without order from
YYENTY BALL PLAYERS
SIGNED FOR MACON
THE FIEST TIME THE NAMES AND POSITIONS OF THE NEW
MEN APPEAR—MANAGER W. A. SMITH HAS RECEIVED PAPERS
PROPERLY SIGNED FROM ALL THE MEN—12 OF THE 20 ARE
NEW AND 8 OLD MEN—THIS WILL GIVE TEAM A GOOD START
WHEN PRACTICE OPENS—MEN WILL ASSEMBLE HERE IN
V \ I
However distant froi4 the land of
sunshine and the balm® influences of
the'peach belt they may be at present
land however frigid their surround
ings, the shrieking wilds and Ice-
yjW.oated pavements have been unable
Jto so completely benuihb the pen
Vhands of the ball players as to render
f them unable to scratch, their names
| under contracts. An even twenty men
,vho were sent papers to sign by
Manager W. A. Smith of the Macon
club have sighed them properly and
returned them to Mr. Smith.
^Thls means that Macon will start
ext season with a total of one
athletes on hand. The new
men who have taken a liking to the
Central City and who wish to try to
pull the pennant-this way agnin are:
James Fox, first baseman; J. T. Dwy
er, pitcher; Lee Hamilton, Pitcher;
Will Lord, pitcher; Curtis George,
pitcher; W. Just is. infielder; J. Hous
ton, outfielder; K. Thrasher, inflelder;
S. A. Jelk, catcher, J. W. Erwin, out
fielder; Ed. Kofferberg. outfielder, and
Charles Herrington, outfielder. These
men linked with Johnny Scgars, Billy
Smith, Perry Lipe, Nick Hurnlsh,
George Stinson, Harry Stewart, Hayes
Chandler and Paul Sentell, bring the
number up to twenty. As soon
things get to running nicely after
practice opens, the pruning hook
be brought Into play and the number
cut down to about fourteen.
GIVEN SILVER SET
Made by the Members
Band of the Georgia 1:1-
IN A CONSPICUOUS
ON HIS SHELVES
To Arrest Dunoan.
COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 30.—George
Duncan, claiming to have been a lieu-
tendant under Capt. O. M. Carter, v/ho
was given a five-year sentence at
Fort Leavenworth for alleged embez
zlement In government work nt Sa
vannah, Ga., will be arrested after
midnight nt the penitentiary doors on
expiration of’ two and a half years*
sentence from Lucas county for for
gery. Requisition papers nre await
ing him from Altoona, Pa' for alleged
Of Interest to Mothers.
Thousands of little ones die every
year of croup. Most'of them could
have been savea by n few doses of
Foley’s Honey nnd Tar. and every
family with thlldren should keep It in
the house. It contains no opiates and
Is safe and sure. Mrs.' George H.
Picket. San Francisco. Cal., writes:
"My baby had n dangerous attack of
croup and %ve thought she would choke
to death, but one dose of Foley's
Honey nnd Tnr relieved her nt once,
after other remedies had failed. We
nre never a minute without It In the
house." Sold by II. J. Lamar & Co.,
fields of snow are
terrors for the Macon ath
letes who scampered to their homes
in the North and West at the windup
* of last summer’s campaigns. Away
, up in the snow and ice of the state of
Ohio two or more of the men who
| sported iu Macon uniforms during the
\ months of play are spending their
•eVnoney nnd winter months. Nick Har-
a iiish and Harry Stewart are both con-
1 fined In Dayton, one peddling cash
I registers and the other putting them
[ in pjace. These men on pay day dur
ing the dull season as a rule shoved In
bank or trunks a portion of the
tough nnd now are sliding through the
LVooler .days with Utile trouble. Not
■ho with all, however. That set which
Jlct their rupees slide a-glimmering
(through their hands is up against a
proposition at present and one that Is
lather tough. But the class that has
|ie coin and those that haven’t are
Equally longing for the first call of
Ithe blue bird and the resounding crack
• ot the bat and ball.
Hunting has enticed many of the
players to the woods and to the fields.
, Hoffman, accompanied by hia poodle
and gun. has scoured every mile of
land within twenty mlteaof New Or-
le ins with Indifferent Iceas, Some
how "Dutch’* takes t* 1 jsure In the
spor», although his r ' j'bng la never
heaping. He has ^number of
trips L. company wuh bjif friend from
the sunny isles, tfcnor Bpngettl Don
Regaldoat Sentell. Sentell Is the
manager and chief man at a tonsorial
shop in the Qreole City. The sons of
swat who winter In that city have hold
many a fanning bee during off hours
In the rear of the shortstop's place.
Manager Billy Smith la yet In the
wilds of Tennessee but will land In
Macon about the 4 th of January,
writes that he haji garnered some few
peaches for the local club next spring.
All the new ones are said to have
swung the stick better than .300 In
Gfprge Stinson saved his coin during
the season and is now keeping house
ot MjUedgeville. He dropped down to
Macon a few days ago and shook
hands with Bayne and Chandler. Both
of theso are calling this city their
home and are making the most of the
winter months. Somebody sent Chan
dler a tie of a ruddy hue for a Christ
mas gift and yesterday the heavy
aw&tter was sporting the same.
On the whole the entire list of play
ers who wore untforms tinted red dur
ing 1904 are having good times and
have saved enough to do better than
a hand, to mouth living. There is not
a one of them but who is counting the
days and longing to be once more in
No Cate of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a single instance
where a cough or cold reaulted In
pneumonia or consumption when
Foley’s Honey and Tar had been taken,
It cures coughs and colds perfectly, sc
do not take chances with some un
known preparation which may contain
opiates, which cause constipation, a
condition -that retards recovery from
a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refuse any substitute offered.
Sold by H. J. Lamar & Co., druggists.
Mr. B. M. Tison and wife of Tampa,
Fla., are guests of the Pinza hotel.
Mr. A. F. Buttrell of JftAsonville,
Fla., Is registered at the wB i hotel.
Mr. R. N. Clark of Atlan^^s at the
Mr. Geo. J. Powell of Norcross, 6a.,
Is a guest of the Plaza hotel.
Mr. T. F. Crawford of Albany, Ga.,
Is at the Plaza hotel.
H. N. Baker of Dublin Is registered
at the Plaza hotel.
Mr. Bright L. Roberts of Savannah
with the Armour Works is In the city
Miss Annie Bragg of Bradley, Ga.,
has been vlsting in the city, the guest
of Mrs. C. W. Jones.
Miss Marguerite Morris of Atlanta Is
isltlng her friend. Miss Georgia
Dover of Vlnevllle.
Master Dick Wooten, accompanied
by parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Woot
en, has gone to Savannah to spend a
Rev. N. D. Pendleton, wife nnd son,
of Pittsburg, Is visiting his son, Mr.
It. Pendleton of Macon. He will ex
tend his visit to his old home In Val
dosta and Florida next week. This Is
his first visit south In eighteen years.
Hon. Fleming L. Collins of West
Point, Miss., is visiting his cousin,
Mrs. J. D. Hough, In Vlnevllle. Mr.
Collins numbers among his former
friends nnd classmates Hon. S.
Crump, Col. Geo. W. Duncan and
Judge J. H. L. Oerdlne. There Is
quite a Mississippi colony In Mncon,
Including such gentlemen in Edition
to the foregoing as Dr. W. R. Holmes,
Prof. E. L, Martin, Dr. J. M • Mason,
Prof. Sellers of Mercer University,
Col. P. H. Oombrell and others.
We’re POSITIVE th&you can find
no better Extract, than - Blue Ribbon
Vanilla. Your grocer sells It.
PANAMA, Dec. 30.—Daniel Erhman
of New Orleans, an old pioneer of the
Isthmus, died today.
Francis H. Nichols.
CHICAGO, III., Dec. 30.—Word hns
regphed Chicago of the death of
Francis H. Nichols of this city In Thi
bet. Ho was heading for L'Hnssn, the
"Forbidden City," and started on this
trip long before the British expedi
tion under Col. Ynunghusband was
formed. He was traveling with a few
Chinese. Details of his death were
Finest coffee in tho world
roasted fresh today.
Flournoy & McKenna.
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 30.—The British
stenmer Yucatan, which 'arrived at
Liverpool December 28. from New Or
leans, reports having ibeen extensively
damaged during a succession of gales
from December 10 to December 21.
Heavy seas swept the Yucatan’s bridge
nnd a quartermaster was jlrowned.
three boats were smashed, tho steam
er lost her compasses nnd steering
gear, the stokc-hold was damaged apd
the saloon was damaged.
Will B® Cargo Lots.
NEW YORK. Dec. 30.—Tho Rrltlsh
steamer Drumelzler which went
aground on the sand bnr off Oak Isl
and during the storm Inst Kunday, has
broken in fwo amidships nnd It is be
lieved that much of her valuable car
go will he a total loss.
Are Striving to Win tho Gold Medal
Offored for the Best Averages.
Over twenty of the best ten-pin
players in Macon nre striving hard
to capture the gold medal that has
been offered na a prize for the most
consistent player In the city. When
the offer was made known a few days
ago name* began to be enrolled upon
the list for contestants, and at pres
ent the race la growing close. A few
nights ago Bush rolled 158, Just eight
points behind the Macon record. The
offer is bringing all the rollers In the
city to their feet, and before the prize
is won, it Is safe to say that somebody
will have to do some tall playing.
The scores that are counted in the
contest aro those made on Wednesday
and Thursday nights only. On
Wednesday nigtit the .league games
take place, and it has been decided
to allow the scores made then to count
In the general average.
Beeland, while p! iig cocked hat
Friday morning, rolled a number of
exceptionally high scores, in three
games averaging about 50. The ladles
of the town have taken a fancy*to
bowling, and every day this week par
ties have enjoyed the sport With no
theaters In operation, bowling this
winter has played a strong point
Sewing Machine Needles
for all makes of machines at Five
Cents per package, nnd everything else
pertaining to sewing machines
greatly reduced prices. Look for the
red 8. 563 Cherry street, Macon, (la,
Goorgia eggs only 20o dozen.
Flournoy & McKenna,
Bandmaster Harry Gooding of the
Boys' Band of the Georgia Industrial
Home is the happy recipient of
handsome silver sot nnd for the gift
he is exceedingly grateful to the m«
born, of the young corps or musicians
who are under his direction. The
money that was used by the boys in
the purchase of the set had been given
to them by their friends throughout
the state and In the cities visited dur
ing the two recent tours. In instance*
men who were struck by the excellent
work of the young muslcans showed
work of the young musicians showed
gifts of money. The change thus
picked up was saved and a few days
ago one of the members of the band
proposed tho plan of "chipping in" nnd
buying a present for the bandmaster.
The proposal met with instant
proval and a committee was selected
to make the purchase. When the set
presented a neat speech
made by one of tho boys. Mr. Gooding
:‘overjoyed and showed his appre
ciation in the form of an eloquent
speech of acceptance.
Today the set has a place of promi
nence In Mr. Gooding’s apartments
and at each sight of it his heart Is
drawn still closer to his young friends.
of several daughters I would teach one
of them to handle the machine prop
erly. and not allow anybody else to
The up-to-date machine la vastly
different from the one our grandmoth
ers used. Ready-to-wear garments
for bargain counters nre responsible
for many of the new attachments.
Manufacturers could not afford to put
handwork on garments nt the price
bargain seekers were willing to puy
for ready-made dresses. Some of these
attachments are worthy the Investiga
tion of households where much dress
making is done nt home, and where
there fa not time for deft fingers to
place Innumerable dainty stitches. But
the woman who Intends to use these
up-to-date attachments should take
careful course of Instruction, as they
do either very good work or very bnd.
With the present rage for piping and
cording the corder is a most useful
attachment. The hemstltcher Is an
other useful tool In the family circle,
ahd the tucker is absolutely indispens
able. Some / of these nre not included
In the ordinary price of a new machine
but they can he purchased extra nt
price which can soon be saved In time
For the woman who hns a large
family, a good-sized house, and a little
help In sewing, a darning attachment
Is well worth while. This does really
remarkable work on almost
variety of household linen, nnd on laco
curtains In Infinitely better than the
average darning by hand.
A most important fnct for a woman
to remember Is tho value of good ma
chine oil. Mon know that there Is
lubricant for almost every machine.
Women think that all oils are alike,
and they use ^pmost anything In the
way of n lubricant thnt happens to
ho In tho House, often with tho result
of clogging up the machine. Another
little careless trick which results In
poor work Is the use of tho same needle
for various sizes of thread. The needle
should he changed with the thread In
order to give a graceful lino of ntlrhcs,
A machine which Is used every day
should he oiled every day, and occas
ionally i» should be lubricated with tho
best quality of kerosene. After tho
kerosene has qtyrn used tho mnchlno
should be run rapidly for a few mo
ments, . then ordinary machine oil
should be npplled.
When a home Is supplied with elec
tric wires It will pay to supply the
machine with electric running gear.
TI\Js involves the use of a battery,
which will cost from 118 to 780, ami
the ruqnlng cost will be about a bent
an, hour. Of course, this does away
with running the treadle by the foot.
It has long been used In factories and
large dressmaking shops, nnd In a de
cided aid to the family health In a
household where sowing is constantly
on hand-—Louisville Courier-Journal.
Hot Water a Plenty
I, not difficult to obtain—you knowi
how much you want It at bath tlmo
most tlmoR—If we have tho Inotnllatlon
or your bathroom and kitchen plumb
ing. Tho hot water bolter In the kitch
en. the tub, with Its plpei faucets and
connections, nil nre carefully planned
by US for your requirement!!, which
they will meet to your certain ontlsfac-
tlon. We'll estimate If you only ask
CENTRAL GA. PLUMBING AND
^ HEATING CO.
'Phono 2036. No. 159 Cotton Avo.
For Sale at all the Leading; Bars;
BedIngfield & Co.
Sole Agents. Phone 361.
Ono and ono-third faro for tho round trip.
Tickets on sale Docember 31st, 1904,imd Jan-
uary 1st, 1905; final limit January 4th, 1905,
For rates, schodulcs, and further particulars
call at City Ticket Oftieo, 352 Second streo'
C. L Dewberry, Jno. W. Bio,
City Ticket and Pass. Agt.’ Traveling Rl
SCHEDULES OF TRAINS INTO AND OUT OF MACON,' I
1-1 Ii If. <-t [>■ - . t, I'M, I.
Departures Going North Departures Gf
■ “ m •
A. M„ throua
out change; ,
This train a,
Cteoper to Drumwlcl
Nos 6 nnd 6. dally except Sunday.
Von. |, 2, 3 nnd 4, dnlly.
Tr.ln N't. 1 cornrct* at BMIlmnrn with
Cantrnt of Georgia Jly. for all points tost
snd with Mlltrn * B*'itthWfs>rn Ry for
Mllfan nt Collins with Brnhonr.f Air T.Inn
Ry oast to Savannah nnd Inlcrmrrtlnts
points, west to Mcntsnmrry nnd nil
points west, nnd with Collins & Reldsvllla
T-iln No. 2 connects at Rtlltmore with
Mlllen Si Southwestern Ry. for Milton and
Augusts, et Wndloy with Central of Geor-
rla railway for Maemi. Atlanta nnd nil
points west: with tho Louisville Sc Wadfay
Ity. for Louhvllln, and with Wad Icy ft
Mt. V>rnon Ry.
Train No 3 connects nt Collins with Sea
board Air Lin* railway for Savannah nnd
points east, and for Helena nnd Interme
diate points west.
Trnln No. 4 connects nt Wutiley wlttf
central of Georgia railway for Macon, At
lanta and points west.
Train No. 5 connects at Collins with Sea*
bond for Montgomery nnd points west,
F. 8. RATTLE.
Supt. & T. M.
O. M. BRINSON, President.
GEORGIA, FLORIDA & ALABAMA
Cnrrnbelle, TnllalinHsep ft Gn. R. R. t
Atlantn-Tnllnb'iM « i.-Oulf. Short line.
Schedule Effect Oct. 30 1901.
A. M., locsl train, Macon to At
lanta. carrlos nice day coaches and
Pullman reservation car (neat
rate to Atlanta 25 cents), to New
York via Washington, Baltimore and
P. M., through train Maeon to
Fine Attractions in Atlanta Thoatres
Low rates via the Central of Geor
gin: $152 round trip from Mncon, anrl
proportionate low rates from Inter
mediate points to Atlanta
For "Mother Goose,” January 2-7,
tickets on sale January 3rd and 6th.
English Grand Opera, January 16-18,
tickets on sale January 17th.
Ben llur, January 19-21, tickets on
sale January 20th.
All tickets to he limited one day af
ter date of sale.
Trains leave Macon for Atlanta ns
follows: 4:15 s. m., 8:00 a. m., J:30
m., 4:25 p. m.
For Information ’phone 205 or 905.
or call at city ticket office. 352 Second
street. JOHN W. BLOUNT,
Traveling Passenger Agent
The Temper of 8ewmg Machines.
Not one woman In a thousand knows
that the most faithful of all house
hold appliances, the sewing machine.
Is really a sensitive in inanimate
ture. Were this fact better known the
average sewing machine would glv
better returns in the family circle. J
man who has Handle^ machines for
years said recently to a woman who
was buying a high-priced machine
which she had learned to use under
"Now, madam, don’t let any one else
sew on this machine. It fa adjusted to
The woman looked at him In amaze
ment. "Why, I thought anyone could
run a machine who understood its me
The man shook hfa head. "Machines
teem almost human) to me. and no two
women handle a machine Just allfa
That machine responds to your every
touch and gives you the very best re
sults. You weigh about 100 pounds.
Your servant weights 175. Let her
use the machine a few times, throw
ing her weight on the teradie. and |
she’ll throw the whole, thing out of j
ar Just by the differ
Quite a Scheme.
From the Philadelphia Press.
Mrs. Hubbubs—I do wish w
get rid of that cat.
Mr. Subbuhs—Great scheme! I’ll see
If I can’t get our postmaster to keep It
In his office for a few days.
Mrs, Subbubs—-What good will that
Mr, Kubbuhs—Why. robbers are
flbdut due ot the postoffice again,
when they bl9w open the safe maybe
the explosion wlU kill the cat.
I • _■ e l:ioam—No. 14 from Cincinnati, i
ArriVfl 01 ^ 3:00am—No. 13, from Jacksonville
/till TUI VI X 20am—No, 7. from IITiwklnsvIH
f It.OOsm—NO. lx, frotn New York. I
So.Ry. Trains O&W iVffiss r.T.Xj
JU * 11 ) l:15pm No. 15. from iirunitwi'-k;
(No. 16 Mop* at M
jamisun, uuy TicKet Agent. u. n, PITT
JAMES FREEMAN. Trav. Paw Aoen.. M*
CITY TICKET AND PAtftENOER OFFICE. 667 C
J. W. JAMI80N, City Ticket Agent.
"QUEEN OF 8EA ROUTES.’'
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
AND EASTERN CITIFS
ATLANTIC & BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY
Lv. Macon, C. of O
4 10a m
6 3oa m
Ar. Vienna, A. A B 6 Sx.arn 2 00pm
Ai'. Cordele, A. A ft 7 or,am 2 26pm
Ar. Fitzgerald, A. ft 15.. 8 30am 3 46pm
Ar. Tlfton. A. A B I 9 40am| 6 o.'pm
Ar. Moultrie, A. ft B...N!10 45am| 6 21pm
Ar. Thomanville. A. ft B. 12 10pm 7 33pm
Ar. Montezuma. C. of O..
Lv. Montezuma, A. ft B.
(AViiu VIA TIIE
i T. II. 4 C. S li. L)
t equipped and most
lino to Chicago uml
ints reachud viu
TO BOSTON, PROVIDENCE AND
ALL NEW ENGLAND RE80RT3.
Through ticket! to all point,.
Mclli and .teteroom berth included.
Send for Illustrated folder.
H. D. RAY,
Commercial Agent, 1111 Empire Build
ing, Atlanta, Ga.
Ar. WuyiTOM, A. A II...Ill Item! < :4pm
Ar. Rruniwlek, A. * II... .11 tBpml
H. C. McFADDEN
(Jen. raai. Act.,
MACON, DUBLIN A SAVANNAH R. R.
_ Lfleetly, Sunday, Sept, 18. 1904.
St. I 20_J STATIONS. | 19 i'31 _
irie-J ri^arding rates,
It addressed to rop-
Britiih Steamer Abandoned.
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 30.—'The Brltiah
ateamer Dalmnlly, which arrived at
Liverpool today from Port Arthur.
Texas, and Newport New,, landed the
crew of the British schooner Utility,
from Dalhul, N. B.. for Brabndoea. The
Utility waa abandoned In December In
latitude 41 north, and longitude <0.
w-eat. She waa waterlogged, her decks
were awash and her mainmast waa
Union Pacific R. R Co.
AND [ r .. ,
Southern Pacific C«
GENOA. Dec. 30.—The Italian
steamer Mongfibelo which arrived De
cember 28 from Galveston and Norfolk,
had on board the crew of the Ameri
can schooner Viator, from Turlhsland.
November 14, for Baltimore, which was
abandoned in a sinking condition on
THE TWO BEST AND MOST
DIRECT ROUTE8 TO CALIFORI
AND THE PACIFIC COAST.
Lowest Rates. Facteit Tri
ICAG0 N » r "t d „r s ,
Tattnall 8quare Drug 8tort.
“As near you aa your 'Phone.
Made Quick Run.
IDELPHIA. Dec. 30.
Macon to Atlanta and Ratum via
Tickets on tale Doc. 31, 1904 and
January Ut, 1906, final limit Jan. 4th,
1906. The Southern wilt sell tickets
to all othtr points on dates mentioned
above at one and oqe-third fare for
the round trip.
JAS. FREEMAN, T. P. A.
For particulars address,
J. V. VAN REN3SLLA
f : i%brL General Agent,
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ADELFHIA. Dec. 30.—The tug
ton. Captain Nelson, which
in the Delaware capes at 2:50
with the twelve hundred
Southwest In tow. made the
Jacksonville to the Delaware
In three days, two hours
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