Give us en opportunity to]
1 in prlco, promptnese en;
[R!"8H Philadelphia cream, Nsufchatel.
IV'Tomadn de lira*. Oammember. Hoque-
rt, I.lmh'irg«*r. Pineapple. After Dinner,
lib Luncheorv. Anchovy. Hap Bago. Inlx-
i ft sis*. Kdaxn. Parmesan and flnjut
Uv York dairy oheeae. Flournoy & Me-
^ *\ %
Advertisements under the hoede IS
Wanted, For Sale, For Rant, L°B
Found, Partonal, Mltoailanaoua. £!■
Inserted In this dapartmane for lo PC
word for aaoh laaua,. No notloa will W
inserted for leas than IB oentia Remit^
tancea of $1 and lata may be mada ir^
f BITS I RABBITS! RAI
halved ft freah aupply fti
L>y A Callaghajt'a.
Brian mackerel, trout.
■ of all other raid and
m Italney Sc Callaghan
IIA BOOS only Mo. dosen. Flour-
p rKB In tha world mated
. Flournoy A McKsnna.
ooiiio, rsmeje; neca
I. noao whtlo centra, tall
o Mv months: raward.
kNTED—Woman for llnan room. Ap-
in; reply l
in um be gtn Ua and ri„..j
noa. Addraaa W. X., care '
tVANTHD—Situation by eiporlencedlady
•tenoarapher; food rcferencee. Addraaa
*». 0 Bo* 844.
EXPERIENCED bookKaanfi' wantii PoaU
ilia, n can...
•re. s lb 1$.
»rs, a lb 17 Vi
tm Ih .............15
•*. tgar Cured Ifam, a lb,114
nuifar Cured Shoulder,.09
a lb... 07*
r, a ack 80
* teal, n huah 78
»'h Cana Syrup, a ial..3S
*d itice,’ a’ib.!!!!.’!!m
FOR RENT—Three or four fui
room* for lluht hrasekeeptnB; U|
S U conveniences; beet locality h
Y. Z.. care Teleiraph.
out house* a]
rmirtoen aharoa Wlhn*
•k at &0c. on Hollar.
v D» CARLOADS of estm
0( all alaea Just received;
Mly of ell kind# of horsea.
«Va New Brick Slabiea. Fc
I Races \*|
unroe. who )m
■h the atewJj
unntlon of hltil
e six raco nrl
an barred fro|
lean wan th^aJ
[BINS. 10c. pound: fancy Ti
»c. boa, S boxes, I5cx; mixed
nd’ ; dates, 10c. pound 2 par)
laga grape*. *tk*. pound; \
Nioptea. and bananaa, lOo.
WAD! SHAD! SHAD!
V b.aco Wafer# ..
r roat Pbmpk n, J ,
Fancy French Paaa.
CO-Mule Bora* ...
'R OVER SIXTY YEAR3.*
d ?ni Well-1 ric*d Remedy.
' N SLOW’S SOOTHING 8YRU*
SATURDAY T.fORMTNG, DECRMBRR
Bai-w in Framed Pictures,
Looks, etc. :
the T. A. Col n Book & Printing Co.
RED CYPRESS LUMBER
COMPANY CASE AGAIN
THE ATTORNEYS FOR THE CREDITORS OF THE COMPANY FILED
A MOTION YESTERDAY IN THE UNITED 8TATE8 COURT TO DiS-
MISS BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS—DATE 8ET FOR HEARING
JANUARY 11—NOTICE OF MOTION HA8 BEEN FORWARDED TO
price on your next job.
Wo will pleoae
Yeeterdey moraine In the United
States court Attorney! Gordon and
Elliot and Hall and Wimberly, for the
creditor! of the Red Cypreae Lumber
Company, who filed a petition In In
voluntary bankruptcy, filed a motion
to dismiss bankruptcy proceeding!.
During the day the creditor! of the
company were notified of the move
ment through a paper etgned by Wil
liam W. Gordon, Jr.; aecretary for the
creditor! and counael for the petitl-
The creditor! were notified that at
i a. m. Jan. 11 In the United State!
court roorp a motion would be made
before Judge Speer by the attorney!
for the petitioning creditors to dla-
mli! tha petition In the matter of the
Southern Bank of Georgia et al va.
the Bed Cypreai Lumber Company.
EJ and^oyitera all tha time.
corner Mult-erry end Third at.
(WANTED—^Young man ae aaalilant beok- —t
keeper and etenographrr. P. O. Bo* 1 , _
«»• M“ rn ": pi — \ >y to Serve You
^rltee Not equaled In the
■>feal. a pWg
Ifinest coffee in the world
roasted fresh today.
Flournoy & McKenna.
Sulphur Batha at Home.
Each season finds thousands of per
sons at the numerous mineral springs
throughout the world, whose waters
contain sulphur—time-tried as a puri
fier and healer.
Hancock’s Liquid Sulphur. Nature's
Greatest Germicide, Is within the reach
of all those to whom the mineral
pprlnga would be Impossible. Liquid
Sulphur baa become a great favorite
for all akin dlseaaea aa welt aa for the
Read what Miss J. K. Martin, 718 W.
North Ave., Baltimore, Md., baa to say
In combing my hair on one occasion
I lacerated the akin on a raised birth
mark on my head, causing nn unsight
ly open sore. For aeveral year* I tried
different doctora and many remedies
without benefit Having given up all
hope of finding a remedy I tried Liquid
Sulphur, which has resulted In a com
plete cure. The Hancock Liquid Sul
phur Co., Baltimore, Md., will send
booklet telling of tha many medicinal
qualities of eulphur.
EXTRA FORCES '
Rush at Post Office Over and
New Men Not Needed
SHOWING TO BE LARGE
Officials and Employees at the Macon
Postoffice are Now Getting a Little
Rest After the Strenuous Work of
the Past Ten Days—A Largo In
crease for the Month in Matter of
Meteorological data furnished by the
local office of the Cnlt-d State, depart
ment of nsrlcolturr. weather bureau, for
the twenty-four houra ending at e p. m.,
r. pm...41111 pm..37| 5am..2»
a —— J.i t e Ln nit 1 A ,i»re
# pm...4«>; 12 tan..30 « nm..24
7 pm...841 1 am..3f» 7 am..24
X pm...88 awn..29 * am..*4
9 pm,..13 3 am- .23; 9
12 m ..41
1 pm. .r»o
_ fee ti
rlth all necessary
of lam! In rear of
in be aold for a
[unable to fur-
Jos Leaser In
s for tho
FOR RENT—Furnished front room with
hot and rold bnth. «1& First at.
AKKU OATS, three packages for *50.
Ioumoy it McKenna.
’I UNO—Violin and Mendo-
io JJlea Matthew., MS Wat
er ri- THACI
tin Apply to
EGG it nnly !0e. doten
XfN the road
The Ooonee river at Mlllledgevllle trod
1,8 fnet. a fall of 0.9 of a foot during the
past twsnty-four hours.
Fight Will be Bitter.
tholr ears against tha eontlnunl rccom
mandatlon of Dr. King’s Now Die
covery for Cnnaumptlon, will havo a
long and hitter fight with their
troubles, If not ended earlier by
fatal termination. Rend what T.
R. Beall of Beall, Mias., has
nay: "last fall my wife had
every Symptom of consumption. She
took Dr. King’s Now Discovery after
everything else had failed. Improve
ment came at once and four bottles
entirely cured her.” Guaranteed by
all druggists. Price 50c. and 91-00.
Trial bottles free.
A SMALL FIRE.
Long Run for the Depart
The firemen at headquarters and nt
engine house No, 5 had n long and
hnrd run yesterday mornlna for nl
most naught. The call rang nhnut
noon and was sent In from a bo*
Second avenue In Pleasant Hill. In an
Inrtnnt the apparatus was hurrying
to tho box, mnny blocks away. When
It was reached tho fire was rttacovcvcd
In the shape of n slight blase In the
roof of a negro’s house. 23f Second
nvenue. The damage was very email.
Doctora Could Not Help Her.
••I had kidney trouble for year."
writes Mrs. Raymond funner of Shel
ton. Wash., ’’and the doctors could not
elo me. i tried Foley’s Kidney Cure,
mi the very first dose gave me re
lief and I am now cured. I cannot say
too much for Foley’s Kidney Cure.” It
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
they will ellmtnnts the poisons front
the blood. Unless they do this, good
health la Impoaatblr. Sold by It J.
Intinar A Co., drugglata. <
IN THE CHURCHES.
Two Individuals Who Had Supplied
Them,elves Wall Arreited.
TIFTON. Oa.. Dec. 80.—’Two white
men were arrested Wednesday evening
for shoplifting. They had been no
ticed several daya loafing round the
business places In rather a auaplelou*
manner and Wednesday afternoon Mr.
I. W. Bowen of the firm of Bowen
Bros, noticed them In hie store and ae
they walked out he saw that they hnd
large bundles of something concealed
under their coats. Mr. Bowen called
the attention of the chief of police to
the men. The two men were then
watched and were seen to go back of
the store of Churchwell Bros, and later
they were seen to enter the new build
ing of E. P. Bowen. One of the men
was then arrested aa he waa In the act
of placing some goods into a one-horse
wagon belonging to one B. K. Fort
who Uvea about five miles nut of town.
When arrested he had a bolt of
eheks, a lady's skirt and some other
goods concealed under hla coat, to
gether with a lot of apool thread In
hla pocketa, and claimed that hla com
panion, Bllae Smith, had stolen the
good, and had asked him to carry
them to tha wagon. The goode were
Identified aa from the stock of Duncan
After the arrest of Martin and Smith
a number of the dry goods dealers of
the city remembered that tha aamo
couple had been rather constant loaf
ers at the different stores for several
days, and Thursday morning a party
arrived with a search warrant, visited
the house In which the men lived,
small log cabin on the Tift-:..tow place
about one Rnd a half miles nut of the
city. A wagon load of goods was found
Including cloth, clothing, shoes, hats,
•klrta and a variety of notions and
novelty goods. <-
The dealers who have ao far Identl
fied the stolen goods coming from their
stock are Bowen Bros., Shapiro &
Company. Duncan A Stubbs, Church-
well Bros., R. N. l’oeton & Company,
and probably Yeomana & Mathis and
J. J. Fountain A Sons, aa both of
these firms have lost some goods.
During tha holidays while the stores
have been ao crowded with the holiday
shoppers it waa an easy matter for the
thvlvea to lift an armrui of goods and
get out with them and Judging from
the goods recoverad they hava been
putting In effective tlm.
Smith and Martin were given
hearing before Judge Cheatnutt
Thursday afternoon and were com
mltted to Jail In default of a 1100 bond
The additional help that was secured
at the Macon postofrice to help during
the rushed season of December will
leave today and the regular routine
will again hold away at Uncle Sam's
local headquarters. The men who are
to leave today reached the building In
the nick of time and have worked
bard, but now that thlnge are lese
busy end the rush of holiday mall nar
rowed down to almost normal quanti
ties the officials at Washington have
decided to drop the new men and let
the regular employes carry on the work
with the malls.
There Is a feeling of merited rest
after hard toll among the men at the
local office, and well there might be,
for the rush of mall In all shapes and
sites;that,hna been crowded Into the
building since December 30 surpassed
all previous records and made long
Although the December report haa
not been made up, when It does appear
Is expected to break all former De
cember reporfa by many hundreds of
dollars. It haa been estimated that
the receipts tor the month win go far
beyond the 310,000 mark, while the re
port for the corresponding month In
1903 waa around 39,000. These re
ceipts are from the sale of stamps and
stamped envelopes, and the men who
have been behind the stamp counter
during the holiday season say that the
demand has been continuous.
LONG STANDING CASE
BROUGHT TO A CLOSE
Vlntvllle Presbyterian Church.
Bervlces preparatory to communion
will be held nt S o'clock tble (Hatur
dayl afternoon, conducted by Rev,
Paul B. Rhodes of Alabama.
At Centenary Church.
New Year's services will be held at
Centenary, opening with a sunrise
prayer meeting. Class meeting at 8:10:
Junior league at 10 a. nt.; sermon by
pastor, Rev. M. A. Morgan, "A New
Year’s Greeting at U a. m.; Sunday
school at ( p. m.t Benlor League at
3:45; Interrogation points on China
by Rev. IV. B. Burke at 7:30 p. m.
cordial wetcoma to all.*
B. C. and 8t. A. R. R.
KUFAULA, Ak, Dec. SO.—The pre
hide to concentrated action In rail
road building lute been going on for
some time, but the first act was en
tered Into with a spirit yesterday when
L. K. Miller, president of the construe
tlon company of the IL C. and St. A. B.
railroad met with the committee fm
determination o( right of way through
the country from Rueaell to Henry
county lines. Several prominent bus-
Itwae men attested their willingness to
solicit and work far tho right of way.
Now It to up to the land owners to
My whet they will do. The business
men are doing ell they can and d
course want all the help they can get
There will not be any more meetings
held with the projectors now tor some
weeks, as Mr. M tiler has left for hla
homo In Philadelphia to bo absent for
some time. He stated before leaving
that the work waa being pushed from
■■■M that other towns and
were doing all they could to
and ao It la up to Eulaula
to accept or reject their pro post-
Huy 154.000 worth of bonds and
ah a site for a depot. If Ihta la
.roe work will begin at once.
Pl.ANTA. Oa., Dec. 80.—Secretory
Hate Cook today by authority of
governor offered a reward or ISO
the aher- 1
Col. A. M. Leonav.
NASHVILLE, Trim., Dee. 80.—Col.
A. M. Looney, major In the Confed
state service, state senator from
Maury county, Tenn., before the civil
war, and a member of tha legislature
of 1187, died at Columblo, Tenn., to.
day. Ha formerly had much Influence
In Tennessee politic*
Mrs. Frank X. Bliley.
ATLANTA. Deo. 80.—Mre. Frank X.
Bliley died at her home on Pulllan
atreet In this city last night. The sur
vlvlng members of the family ore her
husband. F. X. Bliley, and two brothers.
Anthony Murphy and Edward C. Mur.
phy. Tho deceased wea one of At
Isnta's beet known Christian worker*
W. J. Moor*
CERES, G*. Dec. 80.—Mr. ''191.
Moore, one of the most prominent
farmers end peech growers of Craw
ford county, died rather suddenly ut
nn early hour this morning. He bad
been In III health for some time and
hla death waa not entirely unexpected.
The funeral will occur today at Ro
Mr. Moore, who was 15 years of ago
at the time of his demise. It survived
by his wife and el* children. He was
a brother of Dr. K. P. Moore. Dr. A.
Moore. Col. L D. Moore end Mr* A.
Mencrlef. of Macon.
Mr. Moore waa a conscientious mem
ber of and a deacon In the Baptist
church and had hundreds of friends
throughout the state.
TIFTON CITY COURT.
OHieials Appointed Yesterday by Gov
ATLANTA. G*. Dec. JO.—Gove-nor
Terrell today appointed Hon. John
51 unrow Judge, and Hoa J. J. Mur
rav »i!U-!tor of the city court of Tlf.
ton for a term of two years each from
-I J» n - 1Mb. IMIS. Tho appointee* were
8 Allen Young, col- nominated for these offices at the
ho on December 28, 1834. com- I Mat* primary by good majorities
aSMult I lAt*r when the legislature met repre
I sentat!w Knight of Berrien acting
I the Imer.ri of the defeated candidate.
| »od their friends. Introduced and had
passed a till aett.’ng aside the act'on
the ptlmfry and authorirtng the gor-
I fibor to 111 the office* by appoint
> murdrr upon Major C.
IVarm weather brines dancer tokmb'oo
Keep a bottle of Haby Ease—tho worlil’ti
bf-t babj medicine—on hand. It
the rale, cure, harmless remedy for all
gammer bowel and stomach troubles. ]
all (food draff stores, 25 cents.
Manufactured by BABY EASE CO., Macos, Ga.
A Fine Investment for You
if you want a home. Only cost $3,000.00.
You cannot beat it at the price. This is sit
uated in the very best residence locality.
Loan if desired. All forms of insurance.
Money to loan on Real Estate.
WILLINGHAM & CONE,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS.
Phone 444. 355 Second Street
Ship Total Lois.
NORFOLK, Va., Dec. 30.—Capt W.
J. Lynch of the steamship Northeast
ern which was wrecked Tuesday night
on Inner Diamond shoals has given up
his ship aa a total loss. James W.
Ellwell, New York agent for the ship,
has been advised that when the crew
waa rescued the Northeastern was go
ing to pieces. Her backbone had brok-
nnd the oil In her tanks was begin
ning to run out. Everything belong
ing to the ship and crew Is lost, In
cluding the ship’s papers and log
Bank Changes Name.
ATLANTA, Oa., Dec. 30.—Secretary
State Cook today granted an amend
ment to the charter of the Neal Loan
and Banking Company changing the
name of said bank to the Neal Bank.
ATLANTA, On., Dec. 30.—Commis
sions were Issued from- the executive
department this morning to Thomas
. Dunham and W. McW. Young as
members of the board of commissioners
of the city of Darien, who succeed V.
St. Clair and R, H. Knox, resigned.
tainey & Callaghan,
United States Court Decides That in
the Steinhart-Lazarus Affair the Or
der be Taken to Distribute Funds in
Litigation that haa been dragging
along for about four years In the
United States court In the form of a
bill of equity of S. W. Steinhart
against the Lazarus Jewelry Company,
was brought to a. cloao yesterday when
tho final report of Receiver John R.
Cooper was filed and the order taken
to distribute the funds In court. Many
times the case haa hetd the attention
of court officials and the attorneys and
haa been watched with Interest by
Macon citizen* The action of the
court brings the case to * close In fa
vor of Steinhart.
TURKEY8, TURKEYS, TURKEYS.
Live and dressed.
Alikin. - r freeh OYSTERS roceived
Cranberries and Celery
All kinds of FISH.
MACON MAN ELECTED
Inspector of Third Division of the
Sigma Nu Fraternity.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 80—The
Slbnra Nu. fraternity after a most sue
rueful meeting closed Its three days'
aeaslon here thla evening with a the
atre party nt the St. Charles orpheum,
when all of the visiting delegates took
In tho entertainment. Two sessions
were held today. Tho fraternity una
nimously granted a charter to the uni
versity of Montana. A charter waa
also granted to an alumni chapter that
will bo organised at Baton Rouge, La.
An official pledge badge In ’the shape
i colled golden urpent with an
appropriate circle was adopted.
After some discussion the conven
tlon unanimously decided upon exten
tlon Into Canada.
Tho officers elected Thursday were
formally Installed this afternoon.
Inspectors for the first, third and
ninth divisions of tho order, were en
naunced today aa follows:
H. E. Slbsen of Philadelphia, lnapec
tor of the first dlvlson; James W
Harris of Macon. Ga.. Inspector of the
third dlvlson, and Harry Flaber, Du
luth, Inspector, for the ninth division.
AMERICUS MAN'S LUCK.
By Deeielon of Court of Claims Ho
Will Get 3200.000.
AMERICUS. Ga.. Dec. 30.—Aa the
result of a favorable decision Just ten.
dered by the court of claims at Wash
Ington, Mr. A. A. Wlllet, a prominent
ritlsen of Amerlcu*. will receive 8200.
000 from the government In settlement
of a case originating In the French
spoliation claims of a halt century
ago. Mr. Willett la one of five con
teatanta who for years have been
prosecuting their case, their claim be.
Ing 11.000.000. It congreu acts fa
vorably upon the decree rendered by
the court of cleime, aa It la believed
will the helra will receive their million
dollars within sixty day* Mr. Wll
lett’a cousin* constituting the four
ether heir* reside In New YoriL^^S
Willett wae advised today of the de
cree rendered by the court of claim*
Elution In Jackson.
JACKSON. 0*. Dec. 80.—In the city
election held Thursday. December 38,
Hen. Joseph B. Wall was eluted may.
or. with a council composed of tho fol
lowing popular men:
J. H. Carmichael. J. B. Carmichael
J. B. Little and W. P. Nutt With no
opposition the school trustees elected
School trustee from Iowa at large, O.
A. Pound: first ward, J. L. Lyons
second ward, A. J. Roberta: third
ward. J. Lee Byron; lourth ward. J
W. Crum: to fill uncxplrea term uf E.
L. Adams, E- L. Smith.
Editor George a J. P.
MADISON. G*. Dec. 30.—Mr. Mil
lard F. George, one of the editors and
proprietors of the Advertiser, vn
day commissioned by Governor Ter.
rail aa Justice of the peace of the city
district He waa eluted without hav
Ing an opponent and almost without
being a candidate tor the office. De
spite these fact* however, more than
a hundred of Ms friends took the nesd
tors trouble to go to the polls am
for him. aolely to show their friendship
and confidence In him. Tho office fo;
this dlxtriet la one of responsibility
*r.d Imporum.e ud pays wslL
If I can do so on or by Jan. 1st I
will sell five nice cottages, renting t
at 39.00 each or 345.00 per month, at}
Thfie houses are In good condlton,
on car line, oc£l pled'by. white tenants.
They will make a first-class invest
ment If not sold by above mentioned J'
date I shall make other arrangements|
and the property will not be for sale at
Give us your orders. Will receive
RAINEY & CALLAGHAN
Plrcmea 233 and 353 468 First St
Special Inducements for
the Holidays. Send in
Your Orders now and
Avoid the Rush.
Frank B. West,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
American National Bank
Public Outcry! /
If not previously sold at private sale,
wo will offer at public ouctry before
the court house door In Macon, on first
Tuesday in January, 1905, at 11 o’clock,
202% acres land In the Rutland dis
trict, known as lot, No. 65, at Mount
Pleasant school, near Macon and Bir
mingham railway. Fifteen acres has
been cleared and balance • In woods.
Besides the value of land for farming
purposes there are large deposits of
kaolin of fine quality. Terms of sale
caih. with warranty deeds. For par
ticulars call on or write
Real Estate Exchange)
4 full quarts ef our famous Old
Glory Rye 33 25
One Gellon Jug .....IS 00
4 full quarts Old Kentucky Choice
Rye 13 00
One gallon Jug...... 32 76
(Express Prspald.) '
4 full quarts Kentucky Belle Rye.52 75
One gallon Jug 12 60
4 fui quarts Daus Special S3 25
One gallon Jug 33 00
One gallon Defiance Rye 32 45
One gallon Jug Maryland Rye....33 00
One gellon Jug two sump Corn..32 15
One gallon Jug two stamp Gin....81 25
We also pay express chargas on ell
goods from >1.75 a gallon up (In jugs)
providing order calls for ne less then
two gallons to one address.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
KENTUCKY WHISKEY CO
A. DAUS & CO, Prop*
520 Fourth Street. Macon, Ga.
Naxt to Uunion Paitenger Depot.
Come at Once
We make Loans
on Pianos, Organs, Furniture,
Horses and Carriages.
Easily Paid . .
All business strictly confidential.
Drop us a postal and our man will
call at your Hqme.
H. C. Hamrick Mgr,
Comer 4th and Boundary its.
Home Money to Loan on Mortgage.
Real Esl e, Insurance
a id zjfians.
563 Mulberry Street. Phone 451.
Seven-room residence Regers ave
Eight-room residence _129
avenue, Huguenln Heights.
Six-room cottage with five.acres In
high state of cultivation, near! Mercer
'List of real estate offerings, for sale,
furnished on application.
Will buy a nice home In Huguenln
Height* consisting of • good two sto
ry. six-room dwelling on desirable lot.
Terms, 3300 cash, balance on long time
yearly payments and reasonable Inter
est.' A fine opportunity for a person
moderate means. House la now
ranted at 31* per month and would
make a good Investment.
Will bur a ator and 4-room dwell
ing combined, pn comer of Third and
Arch streets; alt In good condition;
close In. convenient to business, a good
stand, and a corner that will Increase
Georgia Loan & Trust Co.,
Loans, Real Estate and Insurance.
565 Mulberry StreeL
Geo. B. Turpin Sons,
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE
Ne. 353 Third SL Telephone Ne. 77.
DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
Ko. 272 College St, 7 rooms....346.*0
No. 181 High St, 7 rooms 15.00
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
To loan so Improved city property.
Money In the bank—no delay