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THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN;
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, UK.
SOUTH IS UNTOUCHED
Notwithstanding th# statements of
freight official, that th* recent
or it cent, per ton on pic Iron will not
offc-t Atlanta or ita MrrHorr, Presl-
•ant'Sam P. Job*,, of the
Frelgfn Bureau,'baa started an Invos
Ucapon for th* purpow of determlAIng
Whether th* Increase affects Atlanta
/ President Jonea I* of |h, opinion,
keverer, that th* rat* only affect* th*
Cateway* and paint* beyond th* Ml*
ataelppl, Ohio and Potomac rttrer*, and
that tha rata* In thl* territory will
remain th, name. President Jonea I*
al*o pmtdent of th* Atlanta Stove
Work* and I* doubly,Interested In th*
■1 do not think," Mid he Friday
nioimnc, "that Atlanta will b* affected
by the chance. It waa the underetand-
Inc that th* rate* on pic Iron from
—Btfmlncham to Atlanta would remain
at ft per ton. T uhaerMand Gtir
rate on pic Iron I* baaed upon the quo.
latlons. and thta commodity haa been
pretty high forsomemonth*.
Statement I* Untrue.
"The atatement made editorially In
an afternoon paper that the ft rate to
Atlanta ha* been In force for year* la
untrue. For at leaat fifteen year* the
rat* waa 21.90 per ton. At the confer*
enco held at the Piedmont two year*
■Co a decreaee of it rente wa, allowed,
pinking the rale ft.IS. About elc
month* aco the remalnlnc IS cent* w«,
taken off. makinc the rate tl, a* at
“Chattanooc*. however, ha* n nit* of
71 rent* per ton. Thle rate haa been
In effect for eorne time and Atlanta
, Chould have tone similar consideration
from th* railroad*. 1 am Inveatlcatlnc
-thl* increa*e, althnuch I do not believe
U will affect Iran manufacturtac In thl,
tit of th
which uae* 1,000 ton, of pic Iron y«
. , n ,
_ __ __ _ on yearly
■aid that h* mad* an Immedlat* Inve*.
tlcatlnn of th* notice of the Increa**
and went to Birmingham, where he
found It only affected th* river and
Vlrdnla calewaya. and *ome' of th*
moaet town* Ilk* Charleston and Oat
veeton. He Mid It would not affect
FrelCht Traffic Manacer I,. Qreen, of
the Southern railway, who waa la At*
the Southern railway, who wt
lanta Thurnday. apok* of the
In rat**, and Mid that It did not .
Atlanta or any Southern city.* In
epeahlnc of the delay In maklnf'tha
idVtflCt, he Mild;
"The furnace companlee very reoanl
ly mad* repreeentatlon to th* railway
companies that they had not been
because of shortac* of care, to com-
this statement, and dealrtac to do *n
tire Juatlca to the furnace*' Intnreeta,
undertook to suspend th* advene* for a
period of thirty day* In order that'
th* furnace compenlec might have fur.
ortunltty to complete th* ship.
. Iron told on lb* former rat**
Th* tariff* bad been published aod Died
with tb* Interstate commerce cornrnl*-
•lon. aod could net, under th* lateretate
commerce commission act, ha chanetd
except upon thirty days' notloe, with*
out authority from th* Interstate com
merce cnmmtMlan, to make tha chance
notice. Therefor*, th* earner,
applied to the Interstate commerce
commlmaelon for p*rml**lon to suspend
(he advance for. a period of thirty
days, and 'lint permission ha* been
cranted today. Therefore, the relief
soucht by th* furnace people for r
suspension of these rates will be ob
talned." — - —
COTTON CASE HEARD
LEAVE FOR WEST
Hearing Against Railroads
In Georgia Complete! I
' For Present.
Special t* Tb* Ueoritaa
Macon. On.. Feb. 1.—Yeoterdnr aft
ernoon the two members of the Inter
state commerce commission who have
bam conducllnc a hear!ns In Macon
alnc* Monday moraine, left for/tUltl*
Rock, Ark., where several case* await
Since Monday last the coromlxlorfer*
rd three cases In Mscn. the OtlS CUCTgy.
Idal on* twine dosed at noon yesterday.
Th* last caM was broucht by nter
Tha other two ease* heard durlns tha
esMlona of th* commission ‘In Macon
were those of J. J. Waxelbeum agulnet
the -railroads and tha caae renterlnc
around th* movement of cotton from
a compress at Union Springe, Ala.
From Llttla Rock th* commissioners
will so to tha Indian Territory.
BY SIR ALFRED JONES
London. Feb. 1.—The steamer Port
Kingston, with f*tr Alfred Jonea and
party aboard, reached Bristol at I
o'clock this moraine. Blr Alfred Jones.
Hennlker Heaton and Hamsr Green
wood emphatically support Qovemot
Bwattenhnm'* action and declare no
body could have behaved better.
Bwettenham's position amid the cha-
aa mu one of the gr**t**t..difficulty.
Tha paMencere daolara-Amadcan nit -
lea are lenomnt of the real fart*.
Alfred Jones say* th< dlMuter will not
affect the prosperity of Jamaica.
“Sir Alexander Swettrnhnm was the
richt man In the rlchl place.” derlifted
Sir Alfred Jones. "A* for (he assist
anre proffered by Admiral On vis, as
slstanre from any quarter was welcome
to the eufferers. but the governor was
quite rlclit In not allnwlnc an armed
force to land without permission
“The American admiral I* * very nice
fellow and was anxious lo help. When
Admiral Dnvta requested to land
force. Governor Bwettenlixm was
dhiaotrr.. Tlir deputy hlef of ts.iice
venlured to give oermleslon- wllhout
consulting hie superior. Governor
Bwettenham, knowing the local feeling
regarding the Americans, requested
thrlr withdrawal Immediately he was
Informed of the landing."
PREA CHERS IN THE A TERS;
DR. BROUGHTON WILL TALK
Dr. Broughton will tale up ’The
Preacher and th* Theater at hi* aer
man nt th* Tabernacle next Sunder
night. He hu* Just returned from K
—vtxtt toGreenvtlle, S. C. where n series
of successful services were cunducted.
"1 shall take Issue with the editorial
In the moral
Ing. "on preacher* In the theater,
have some few things to say on the
subject which may sting some."
Has Purchased Store. •
Special to The (leorxlsn.
Wrlghlsvllle. (In , Feb. 1 — M M. Da
vie hn* purchased (he entire s(ock of
the Farmers' Bupply Company and will
lake charge about the first of KebrueF
; "C. V. Walker, Jr.. Resign*.
rheJnahy fIf*'nils of Mr. CIV. Wnlk-
-ae.- Will regret lo learn that he
haa been compelled to resign his post
lion al the Georgia railroad and go u>
account of his falling
George B. Nmrenui.
Th* funeral service* of (trorgr B
h'ntarenu*. who died nt n private sani
tarium Wednesday afternoon, were
conducted Friday morning In the chap
el of Green be nr. Bond A Bloomfield
by Rev. William Vnllhrechl, pastor
of the German Lutheran church.
BY PENNSY TUNNEL
Method of Sinking Shaft
May Have to Be
N>w York. F#b. I.—That the path of
the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel under
Manhattan haa bleu found to be honey*
combed with qulrkxand and running
Mtrraina, which threaten to undermlfv
the foundatlona of the Waldorf-Aatorlu
and acorea of other big bulldlnga In
Thlrly-aecond and Thirty-third afreet*,
from Madlaon to 'Seventh"avenue*, tin*
abandoned, waa the atartltng diacloaure
made before the Rapid Transit board
COMER STANDS PAT;
BILL WILL BE PASSED
and people are led to their ruin as trulv todnv as in the
!• One of the Sirens who creates the greatest havoc
H|»erlat to The (leorgtan.
Montgomery. Ala.. Feb. 1.—Oovernui
Comer ytaiarday h um waited upon by u
delegation of locom5it\<• engineers in
reference to the nntl-Hunday frelgh*.
bUt. they oppoaltiK It. The bill pmltlb-
the running of freight train* on
Sunday. _ ■
Tim rniiroftd men cmtrmm tnnt it
ouhl work u lmrilMht|i upon tli'in.
(hut It would cut off much of their
time, and that frequently they would
have to rrmatn nvn—In wnmp» “tin
The governor warn kind but positive
tn hla answer. He aald he fovored tl»>
hill nnd that It waa Included in the
Democratic platform and that lie In
tended to *e© that the wlidies of the
Democratic party were carried out aa
far n* posidble.
GETS LICENSE TO WEO
“AL" ADAMS' DAUGHTER.
• among those who listen to her honeyed words is named
Many and nmnv a silent sufferer wanders «m blind-
, ly mid wonders why the strength fails, heart and nerves
i tremble or other symptoms of trouble show themselves.
Try leaving coffee alone
10 days and using
j The “waking up" lias
'Startled many and will star
tle you. reader, if you have
\ it’s worth a 10-days
Ever read one of these
Hi* Artielt in Tht Medical Magazine
• Mtc of tin* iiinat fninntm medical pub-
McattonH In the United States i* the
"Alkabtidnl t'ltntc." In u fwftu number
*»f which nn entertaining.article on cof-
fec h> ii progrcRslvc physician nnd wur-
gc*»n wits puhJiNhcd In explaining hi*
|H»ntt|.in in the matter thin physician
“In the article in question I really
touchetl hut lightly upon the merltH of
PoNtum Food t'ofTce 1 have had nev.
cval vn»e« of beavt trouble. ImllgruUon
and nervotianeaM where a iHTtuanent
cure wa« effected by merclv u*ltw
Poatum In place of coffee without nnv
"In my own family Ip have uned
Pomunt for three yearn and my chil
dren actually cry for it and will not be
MntlNfh>d with any other be\er«ge. In
deed the> refuse to eat until they have
had the customary cup of P.mtum and
as It I* a rebulltler nnd ilium nothing
but good I ant only too glnd to let them
eon (hiltalln. of this* city, took out u
licence in Providence. R. I. to marry
Ida Koblnann Adame, the aecond
daughter of the late “AP Adame, the
pollo\ king. The appllcallnn state* that
it will be Mien Adame* Href marriage
ami the groom’i* eecond. Mien Adame*
age Is given ae 2-.
Her father e|»ent much moneyMn ed-
ucntiiig her and aurrounded her
Every movement of the
body consumes energy. So
does mental effort. En
ergy is supplied by the
nerves. It follows that
physical or mental exhaus
tion simply means an
over-draft on the nerves.
Nature restores energy
through -rest and sleep.
You cannot sleep with
tired nerves. Dr. Miles’
Nervine soothes the irri
tation and restores nerv-
‘Although I have lived nearly 71
ice of Dr. Miles’ Re
storative Nervine, aa a medicine for
Inherent Insomnia. Int<
, i ten aided by long
residence In a high altitude compel]
me to recognise Tt* superiority over
every other medicine l have ever used
for nervousness and sleepli
rlnes for Insomnia, and can eonselent*
mnnnd It to the
MKH W. II. Firi
Colorado Hprings. Caio.
Dr. Mllss* Nervine It sold by your
druBOist. who will ousrsnioo that the
first bottls will bontfU. If It falls, ho
will rofund your monsy.
Miles Medical Co„ Elkhart, Ind
SAFE DYNAMITED; .
Ixplosion Aroused tin* Citi
zens Who Rushed to
the Scene. .
Special to The fgcorglan.
Rome, Oa.. Feb. I —At Lyrrly, i
small town about twenty-live mile
from this city, at un curly hour yostcr
day morning, one of the moat daring
pnstofflce robberies ever perpetrated 1
the history of the state wan effected.
The big Iron safe used by the post
master at that place was complete!'
* ‘own to pieces by nltro glycerine.
United States detectives, assisted IA
ounty and state officers, are working
to apprehend the guilty parties.
The robbers used three charges of
explosive, the shock being heard foe
miles around. People In all parts of the
town were alarmed and rushed out vf
their homes, fearing some calamity had
taken place. The robbers evidently
did not expect to cause such a heavy
explosion, consequently they failed M
secure any booty at-jcMlteiiUftKe*
They succeeded In getting a lndy‘.<
ntrh and chain valued nt about $f»0u.
This Is the second time that this
>stoffice has been attacked and safe
It Is evident that the gang of cracks-
t*»» Hie professional* *o the business.
IX NIGHT CLOTHES
FAIR GUESTS FLEE
■ailng her and aurrounueq her with
erything In the way of eulture that
his millions could buy. James Nichol
son dullatln. better known un "Jack"
u alia tin. is a great-grand sop of Albert
tiallatln. secretary of the tieasurv un-
fb*r President Jefferson and founder of
the O^lutln National bank of this
New York, Feb. 1.—Just a few min
utes before midnight great volumes of
smoke were ween bursting up from the
basement of the .Martha Washington
hotel. In West Twenty-ninth street.
The fire alarms In the hotel were s%
going, and a panic resulted, the guests.
omen, most of whom were awak
ened from sleep by the clanging of
gongs, ran screaming Into the lnbb£.
many In their night -Hesses and pa-
Jamus, nrtd out In the streets, some of
them with their valuables In their
It was only the work of a minute or
two after the firemen arrived for them
t«> extinguish the (lames. The loss was
VESSEL WAS KEPT
UNDER SHIP’S GUNS
SHORTAGE OF COTTON SEEDS
WILL FORCE MILLS TO CLOSE.
Special to The Georgian.
Huntsville, Ala. Feb. 1
oil mills announce thnt on
the very short supply of
they will be compelled to
their oil mills here nt an
This has been the shortest
•otton seed oil mill men hnv
north Alabama In many year
lose dow n
• seen In
Found Guilty of Arton.
Baltimore, Md.. Feb. 1.—Faith In the
•called hypnotic powers' of Uaptuln
of Detectives Humphrey received a Jolt
at the hands of the Jury In the case of
William F. Hose, nn trlsl for three
days In the criminal court on the charge
of setting die to the plant of the Edwin
Bennett Pottery Company. tVntral and
union avenues, last fall The Jury
returned a verdict of guilt>
LUMBER MILLS CHARGED
WITH RUNNING ON SUNDAY.
“There’s a Reason” for
"To get the brut result-* we boll the
Postum Mt least trt minutes apd B •*
then settled by addin-; a little cold
water, then the addition of fresh cream
makes n le verage ] now prefer to the
very best coffee" Name given bv
Postum «•*>.. Rattle t’rrek. Midi.
Authorities arc agreed that Plistum
Is a wonderfully quick and sun* r.*-
hulldcr. Ten flays* trial In place of
coffee proves It.
-*|| snoiunj »qi joj saftinfowd U| giHej
Jtl* book, "The Road to W«tlvlllc. M
S|»eclal to The (teorglan. *
Jackson. Miss., Feb. 1 The lum
ber manufacturers in south Mississippi,
owing to a rush of order* the last few
month*, it Is churned, have been tun-
nlrg on Sunday. Several of the largest
of these mills have hoi»n Indicted for
violating the Sunday law-, ami they
may be heavily lined In court.
. Lott Hit Arm.
Frank Orelgrr. a car (talnter. re.
turned to his home, lit Richardson
street, from Birmingham Thtirsdn)
afternoon, having lost his left arm in
a machine used for burning off pntrn.
He was employed by the Seaboard Air
Line simps. His atyn was so harilv
crushed that amputation was neces
New* York. Feb 1 The captain of
the niBTsh ~ RTewvJSTitp Dumtonbin.
which arrived tmlay fmm Tampico and
4'lenfuegos. cimii|)IhIiih1 of detention
nml annoyance at t'lenfuegoa owing to
a inlNUt'drrptanding about bills
health. The (*uban authorities
luamletl a Oiban bill of health from
Home previous port, but at there was
no t’ulgin consul sit Tampico, t'aptaln
Smith could get none. The captain
arrested and the Dundonlnn was kept
under the guns of the United States
TEH NEGROES HELD
In the Name' of Sense,
Hundreds of Dollars’ Worth
of Goods Taken
■psetsl to Tbs OssrgUa.
Rninbridgs, Osl. Fsb. Tsn nt
employsd nt th* AUUrtle Const Un*
frslght dspot has* b**n amotod for
■tcatlng and car brraUag.
For ssvsral wssk* car* hnvs been
broken open at Interval* and cases of
merchandise In the warehouse have
been robbed. Th* afflclal* of the road
put defective* lo work WRIi the rtsull
that tsn of the n-gross or* softly
lodged In Jsll and many of tb* stotsn
goods hnvs been rrrnvsrod.
Tb* offiesra did not sutpset that so
many wars Involved In th* stsallng.
The first nagro torrsstod gave th* rost
of th*. bunch away. Tb* goods stolen
amounted to several hundred dollars
and -Included silks, whisky, guns and
groceries. These articles were stored
In the garrets of several negro house*.
that good common sense
of which all of us have a
share, how can you continue
to buy ordinary soda crackers,
stale and dusty as they must
be, when for 5ff you can get
fresh from the oven, protected
from dirt by a package the
very beauty of which makes
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
BIO DREDOE ATLANTIC
DAMAGED IN COLLISION.
Sysclal te Tht Georgian.
Brunswick, Gs, Fsb. I .—The bla
dredge Atlantic, which It Is expsctsJ
will dn w great deal of th* work on tht
timber basin to b* constructed for the
Atlanta. Birmingham and Atlantic rail
road In thl* city was recently damaged
off Dames Point, tn th* 8t. Johns rlvsr.
below Jacksonville, as the fssult df s
collision with the Dutch Steamship j
Zssburg. The Injury to th* dredge I*
about If,ooo Th* dredge will be Im
mediately repaired nnd after complei ■
Ing the contract on which It I* engaged-
In Florida will probably return to
WILL ACCEPT TENDER
I OF CHANCELLORSHIP.
Bpsclal to Ths Georgian.
Jackson. Miss.. Fsb. I.—It Is rsport-
I that the board of trusts** of the
Htate Vntveratty will again tender the
hanceliorshlp of th* university to Hon.
l. A. KlncnnJion. president of ths In
dustrial Institute and College, nnd It I*
said.that Hr. Ktncnnnon will accept!
fore, but declined ths offer. The uni-
erslty has been without n chancellor
all this ssMlon.
IMPOSED HEAVY FINE
ON WIFE BEATER
Hpeclal to 'J'h* Georgia a.
Macon. Go-, Fsb. 1.—Wife beater*
receive no mercy In the hands
Judge Cabanlss, os Morgan Johnson, n
whits' man, found out yesterday when
he was fined SIS or thirty days for
beating hi* wife and daughter.
Last night. It was charged. Johnson
went to his home drunk. He first tore
down the kitchen stove and dragged tt
nil over the houne, turning over all the
furniture In sight, and then tore down
the stove In the living room. When hi*
wlfe approeehed him he bent her over
the head and about the body and treat
ed hi* daughter tn a like manner.
for le Stomach
f2.000.000 IN BUILDINGS
IN COURSE OF ERECTION.
SiwUI to Tfco» G*org1*u.
Montgomery. Ala.. Feb. 1 —Wl'n
about I2.M0.U00 In Imlltllng* unde* con
templation of erection. Montgomery Is
JUNtly proud of :he I9I»> movement.
There la more builillng going on In
Montgomery .now than ever before.
Thew ate n few of the large ami
t oatlv huiMings to he erected and gome
of which are in the cournc of erection
Finn National Bank. 9277.000; tho
day building, fjoonoo; N. J Bell office
tmildlng. I275.0O-I. Weetern Railway
of Alabama round limine, USO.omi; Mo*
Idle and Ohio. S'•"0.000: Montgomeiv
Fair, HOO.OOo; Schhmg K- Kahn. I HO.',
ouo. I'elser Brother", $32.non. Roemrr
hulhUng. tSi.ono; \ U Tymm. Im-
provetnentx Uourt Square. $22,000;
N. J Bell in ddliking of cretting a
theater t«» corn about $100,000.
MONTH'S CHARTER FEES
BREAK ALL RECORDS.
Special to The fleArulan
Jack eon. Ml**. K» b 1 —The ifiimdi of
January broke all record* In the office
the ffcretar) of Mate for charter
feee. dennally the fee* In thin office
for reconi Ing new chnitem and amend*,
meats* to .dd onea rura between $1,500
and |2.oo«, but Inat tmmth over $3.ooo
wa-* received by the aecrvlAT)* of state
(or recording churtcra.
If Your Stomaoh is Lacking in Di
gextive Power, Why Not Help
the Stomach Do Ite Work—
When It Costs
Nothing to Try?
Not w ith drug*, hut with n reinforce
ment of digestive ngente, such a* are
naturally At work In the stomach?
Scientific analysis shows that digestion
require* pepsin, nitrogenous ferments,
and the secretion of hydrochloric add.
When your food falls to digest. It Is
proor positive that soma of these
agents are lacking In your digestive
Btunn's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
nothing but these natural elements
necessary to digestion nnd when placed
nt work In the weak stomach and amall
Intestine*, supply what these organs
nesd. They stimulate the gostrlc
xlands ami xraduatly bring th* diges
tive organs hnck to their normal condi
•tuarl's Dyspepsia Tablet, have been
subjected to critical chemical testa at
home nnd abroad and art found lo con
tain nothing but natural digestives.
Chemical laboratory. Telegraphic
iffidrrss. "Dimndo," London. Telephone
Nn. 11029 Central. 20 futlum street.
Fenchurch street, E. C.
London, 9th Aug.. 1903.
I have analysed moat carefully
box of Rttmrt'n Dyspepsia Tablets
(which I bought myself at a city chem
ist's -shop for the purpose), manufac
tured by the F A. Bfuart Company.
Temple Chambers. London, K. C„ and
have to reisirt Hint 1 can not find any
•of vegetable or mineral poisons.
Knowing the Ingredients of the tablets,
I am of opinion that they are sdmtra,
hly adaptable for the purpose for which
they are Intended.
JOHN R. BROOKE. K. 1. C., F. C. 8.
There Is nn secret In the preparation
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Their
composition Is commonly known among
physicians, ns is shown by the recom
mendations of to.ttoo licensed physl-
clnfis In the I'nlted Stales and Canada.
They are the most popular of all reme
dies for Indigestion, dyspepsia, water
brush. Insomnia, loan of appetite, mel
ancholia. constipation, dysentery and
ktndred dlseadfs originating from Im-
*, because they are thoroughly re
liable and harmless to man nr child.
Stunrls Dyspepsia Tablets are at
once n safe nnd n powerful remedy, one
nraln of these tablet, being strong
enough (by test) tn digest 2,000 grain*
of Steak, eggs and other foods. Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest your
fisul for you when your stomach can't.
Ask your druggls- for n fifty-cent
package or send to u* direct for n free
trial sample package nnd you will be
surprised nt the result. F. A. Stuart
Company, 94 Stuart Building, Marshall.
On YOUR NEXT TRIP
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
THE NEW USE TO
A Solid VsotiMod Traia LfdUod by Css sad
Boetrldty Wares Colon Station Atlanta 3:20
pst- Dally. Modern Sleeping Cara and On
TWO*! DINING SERVICE Offered Anywhere.
City Ticket Office. 4 Peachtree Street
PHONES, MAIN 1088. ATLANTA 178
REBEL LEADERS PLAN
SUNDAY COCK FIGHTS
Havana, Feb. 1.—Big cock fight* and
other gambling arrangements have
been mode by General Pino Guerra and
other revolutionary tenders for n fair
which opens at Consolaclon del Bur,
In (lie Buell* Abajo. on February 2.
A special excursion train will leave
Havana for Consolaclon del Bur at 9
o'clock 8unday morning. Those at the
head of the uffalr boast that tho rural?"
at Consolsclon del Bur are too few to
dare to Interfere.
Malaria Maksa Pals Blsed.
The old standard. Grove 1 *-Tasteless
Tonic, drives out malaria and
builds up th* system. Bold by all
dealers for 27 years. Price 60 cents.
SPEAKS AT MONTEZUMA.
S|mm-IsI to The Georgian.
Montesum*. Oa., Feb. 1.—Hon. W. J.
Northern of Atlanta, president of the
Business Men's Gospel Union, ad
dressed the people at Montesum* at
the opera houes Thursday, on the sub
ject of "Law and Order."
There Is s probability of a union be
ing established In this county os a re
sult of his address.
PILES CURED IN • TO 14 0AYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
ire any case of Itching. Blind, Bleed
ing or Protruding Plies In 9 to 14 day*
or money refunded. 20c.
FOR ANNUAL INSPECTION
(pcclsl to The Geeigtso.
Macon, On., Feb. 1.—Preparation* are
being mad* by the three military com
panies of Macon for the annual Inspec.
tlon thnt Is to be conducted in Macon
by mate Inspector Oenefal Obear and
by General Joseph Wheeler, of "Uncle
8*m’a" regular army. ,
At the three armories, occupied by
the local militia, the drllle are being
held oftener than usnsl. and the finer
points In the manual of arms that were
hot thoroughly learned In the pnst are
now being bi
irought to perfection
All three companlee seem very anx
ious to present the best possible front
to th* two tnepectore. and each com
pany will do Ite best to make the beet
Pastor Declines Call.
Special to The Georgian.
Greenwood, 8. C., Feb. I.—Rev. H. A.
Bagby, of this city, one of the best-
knnwn and moet able ministers In the
state, has received a call to the pastor
ate of a large church In Tennessee,
which he hoe declined. Greenwood
and the state could III afford to give up
such an able man.
Cheney'» Expectorant cures
coughs, coldi, LaQrippe and croup.
60 years on the market. All Drug
gie ti 26c.
Charged With Trunk Robbing.
Special to The Oeorglan.
Huntsville. Ala., Feb. 1.—Charlie
Gilliam, a young man, has been ar
rested here and placed In jtll on the
charge of breaking Into a trunk be
longing to John James, who resides
he Big Cove neighborhood.
There is no need for the
busy man to take a tire-
some trip or waste time
in writing about affairs
in a distant city. It’s
easier to stay at home
and use the long dis
tance Bell Telephone.
It is the modem way.
There’s no delay. ,
Call ‘‘Long Distance"
Carpenteri, Masons and Plaxtererg
at P. J. Cooledgo A Son, 150 P«.
ters street, where we will give
you lowest prices on all Tools.
F. J. C00LEDGE A SON.
THINK 8PICIAL SESSION
OF CONFERENCE NECESSARY.
Bpsclal to The Oeorglan.
Jnckeon, Miss., Feb. 2.—The Metho
dists of fhe elate are much Interested
In the report that there Is to be n
special session of the general confer
ence for the nurpose of electing several
bishop*. Churchmen In Mississippi are
agreed that a special saqalon of tha
conference le necessary thlt the bleh-
ope are now much overworked and Siat
there ehould be others.
BIO SALE OP LOTS
PLANNED IN STATESBORO.
■pedal to The Ocorstao. ,
Btaleaboro. Oa., Feb. 1.—No event In
the history of Statesharn seems to
promise more for th* development ?r
the city than the opening up of a large
tract of land In North Btatoobdta for
development a* a residence portion.
The Dean Realty and Improvement
Company has a large fore* grading
street* and beautifying (he ground*.
At an early date an excursion win bn
run from many points In Georgia aqd
loti offered for tale.