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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ( OUNTY
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DAWSON, GA., Mon. 27, 1880,
Index to New £dveriisemenis. ;
M. C. Mins—T oeal. |
F. Pethune—Notice. |
Crouch Bros.—Points, |
Marlin & Son.~—Loeals,
T. R. Thornton— Sheriff Sales, |
Statham & Farnum Livery
stable.
T. P. Parks—Certificate and Lo
cal.
J. W. Turaer—Advertisement
aud Locals.
J. W. Roberts--Ordinary’s Ci
tation. i
Lowiey & Orr—General Mers
chandise.
J.G. Parks & Co.—Tire In
furance agents.
R. V. Pierce—Wor'd’'s Medical
Dispensary Association.
AR TP, TLR R LN PO OB M TN .
It hasn’t yet been settled who
is Go.ernor of West Virginia.
DaxoTA sent out a blizzard Sat
urday night. That's the thanks
we get for admitting her.
Tur ¢ lincse have been struck
by arother cold wave. Chili has
prohibited the immizration of ¢ e
lestizlz.
Tur wilfure and ud\'an(‘el:‘.enti
of Dawson and viciuity should be !
the aim ot every pcrson in the
community. \
NExT Zmonth the seeson for
bream and trout fishing will open
in Southwest Georyin, and those
of our citizens who delizht in pis
catorial pastime are auticipating
much pleasnre. There are several
excellent fishing placcs near Daws
600
To got rid of the numerons pizi
rie dogs in several counties ot Das
kota they pay five ceuts each for
their tails, and the tuils pass for
currency. Three tails secure a
drink at?a saloon and at church
the contribution box often eapt.
ares nothing but dog-tail curreney,
Ir the young men do nct learn
to drink liguor, the old crep of
imbibers will svon play out. That's
the toundation of true tempers
ance. Educate (he young men
to the evils of the liquor habit,
and don’t wait uuntil they are
drupkards aud them attempt to
veform th=m.
TrE resolution of the Kansas
House of Representatives, demand
ing that the South he put under
martial law, bas been presented to
the Senate by Mr Plumb. Means
while the White Caps continue to
have things pretty much their own
way in Kans:s,
Ix North Carolina the farmers
are again experiencing the trouble
they had last year with their cols
ored help. The latter have list
ened to the emizrant agzents until
they are wild in their haste and
anxiety to leave the country. In
Wayue county, it is said, vearly
all of the white citizens are armed
and are determined to stop the ne
gro emi zration.
Tre hungry horde of office
geckers are now beseiging the na
tional eapital. Such a rush of pa
triots was never before seen in the
history ot the country. They sre
there in armics as multitudinousas
the grass-hoppers of the sun-flower
Biate and the sands upon the seas
shore. If the new administration
cap jive through tli» squabble and
geramble that ss hounding it down
to death, for plice and pelf, anoth
or miracle can be recorded,
The Bells Wilf Ring.
On the morning of April 20¢h,
1889, at 9 o’clock, it has been ar
ranged that the church beils all
over the country shall ring to cele
brate the event of ovne hundred
years ago, when the church bells
throughout thirteen states rang out
go call the peopie tozether to pray
& the success and prosperity of
the country under Gen, Washin:
ton, that dty iuougurated presi
dent of the United States. A call
is made from the committee having
charge of these arrangemeuts that
10 every church in the land servis
ces be{wld to implorea continus
ence of the favor which has beon
shown this nation.
The Prestyterians
Will hold services in the Metho
dist church next Syunday.
S
. Roons to rent at a reasonuble
rate in a central and agreeable
yart of the city, Inquire at this
office.
Dawson’s Golden Opportuniiy. |
The NEws learns trom a gentle~
man interested that Mr. W. M.
Hitt of Hitt & Co., cotten mers
chants, will be in Dawson wichin
the next week to confer with
our people in rezard to the build
inr of a cotron compress here. He
is the ventleman referred (o in our
‘ast weck’s issue who will take one
third of the stock in this enters
terprice, provided the other two
thirds are tuken hepe,
This iy the golden opportumity
for Dawson. It is a turning point
in her career. It our people will
grasp the opportunity our future
is assured, and soon ean we put off
our swaddling clothes and put
on the dress and graces of a city.
Will you do it, or will you allow
this opportunity, {i¥e so wany oth
‘ers in the past, to slip by unheeds
ed?
{ It is said that fortune knocks
once at every man’s door. In the
same manner she knocks at the
pates ofevery town. She is now
fairly shaking the gates of Daw.
son. Let us not repsl her, but
rather let us don our best apparel
and give her a gracious weleome
that will insure Ler continued
abod= amenz us,
t Men of Duawson, arouse and let
us have a town here second to
\nnn(z in Scuthwest Georgia, We
can have it and we must.
oky Nota Guano Factory ?
We learn that some of our farm
ers are earrestly talkine ‘about
orgavizing a guano factory in Daw
son. There is noney in the busis
ness as evervbody koows, and we |
would be g¢lad to sce the prujcu!‘}
take definite shapn. |
Last year the Americus Guano
Co. declared a dividend ot 92 per
cent. on the invesiment. Now il
you know anything hetter than this,
| wiy cointoit. It certainly enns
' not be found in calico, shoes moat,
"toh::(‘\'-n, sugar or auything else
soid in this market,
| TFive millions of dollars are ana
bually spent by the fermers in
| Georgia {or a commercia] commeod
ity to increage the productiveness
iof their lands. Why not our home
people have a share in the big prof
its that are necessarily made out of
this large sum of moaey spent for
' guano ?
L e tollowing statisties, caleulas
,ted by Mr. Hugh Colgnitt, and
published in the Atlanta Tournal,
give the increase in guano sales in
Georgia for three seasous, ineluding
the present :
“The fertilizer question very
naturally has acitated the Farmer's
Alliance and the farmers generally,
208,000 tons were ingpected in
Georgia last year, and it is safe to
ray that there were 12,000 tons used
that were notinspected. This makes
220,000 tons of commereial fertili
zers uscd in this state. Averaze
| cost per ton §25, making over
£5,0600,600. This is ona ton for
every six people in the state, and
there is no doubt about the quanti
ty inercasing unless some obstacle is
putinthe way, Lost scason there was
a jump from 166,000 tons the pre
vious season to 203,000 tons, an
increase of 42,000 tons. This
enormous inerease caunged the dos
’nmnd to exceed the supply and
prices advanced at the close of the
season. The demand north and
west has been much larger than
ever before, and the factories start
ed this reason with no stck on
hand. It is very clear that the
manufacturers will be able to suss
t their prices.”
The Telephone Enterprise.
Captain Newman, ot the fele~
phone company, has just com
menced the cavvass for subseribers
to the local exchangs. Thisan en
terprise that we would he glad for
our citizens to take hold of with
interest. It will tacilitate Lusiness
and give to our city a metropolitan
appearance, as well asafford a geu
eral fire alarm.
It is proposed to build a neat and
cozy office over the artesian well
building in the ceutre of the city,
This being close to the city fire
alarm bell it could be easily «r
-ranged so that the fire alarm lel]
could be operated from the central
office, and the loeation of the fire
could at onee be known made to the
firedepurtment before they started
out. .
The nominal eost ot the instru
ments and the whole equipments,
aud they to be owned and controll
ed by the local patrons, isa feature
that commend it to all.
They asks no money until the
work is comp'eted and is satisfac
tory, and there is certainly no risk
to run on the part of ary of gar
people who may avail themselyes
ot the benefits ot the exchange,
It will take some time to get the
central cffice ready and mas
terial on hand for the lines, aud it
is vecessary that a certain number
of subseribers be obtained to ware
rant the going ahead with its cons
strug!ion,
Another of Dawson's Great Needs.
Mgr. Eprtor:—MW hile enumer—
ating the needs of Dawson you
omitted, in my ocpinion, one more
important than all mentioned. Nor
in saying this do I undervatue the
others,
But the greatest interest of eer
town demands that we chould have
a public school. A compress wil
give us advantages in f{reicht and
put us on eqnal footing with all
surrounding markets; a streot.
railway would be a eonvenience;
a telephone Jine would give fine op
portunities fir harrassing cur depot
ageut; a new ecourt-bouse would
add beauty to cur town and com
fort to our officers and jurors. but
a public school, well graded and
well einducted. would increise onr
citizenship, improve our financial
condition and benefit onr children.
Nothing could more materially
Lenefit us than this school.
Let us all pull together an? css
tablish a public schooi that will res
fleet credit on our tows and edu
cite our children, Crimzes.
Dawscn, Ga., March 21st :
—_—— .AP e e
Cur Collegs
Is an institution that may be
looked on with prid: by Dawsons
iteg, Under the manazement of
the late Professor McNuliyy its
course was one of unusual suceess,
and it is- acedless to say was one of
the most i'nportant fuctors in the
upbuilding of our town. Its hich
standard of excellence and vseful
ness has been more than well sus
tained under the present manage
ment, and the chair made vacant
by the death ot its first president
could not have been better filled
than: by Prof. M. L ' Parker.
Professor Parker and the South
Georgia M. & . Collere have set
tled down on a solid foundation,
and are here to stay and to grow in
usctulness,
The college now has a daily at
tendavce of mnearly two bundred
pupils and at it ecommencement in
June will present the “‘sheep-skii”
to ten young ludies and gentlemen.
We'll be Satisfied
When “Jack the Ripper” g=ts kilt,
And Jim Guerry to Uongress caes.
When Dawson’s new Court-house
is built,
And those awnings torn away
from the storez.
Wien work on the compress i
begun,
Aud the Columbus Southern is
finished.
When people quit burning houses
ior tun,
And “negro loafers” from our
strects are hanished.
When we buy our tickets in a new
depot,
And have a fine city hal,
When subscribers wiill pay what.
they owe,
And notsay “wait 'till next fal).”
When our three new churches are
erected,
- And we worship in cushioned
pews.
When our sircets are no longer
neglected,
And the people all take the
NEws.
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Bettles Wanted.
I will pay 4 cents tor quart bot
tles, 2% cents for pint bottles and
from 1 cent to 14 cents for other
sizes. Bring them along, the mon
ey is waiting for you.
T. P Parks.
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Letter frem Warren Wilsen.
AvGusta, GA. 1888.
Dr. T. P, Parks. Dear Sir:
Many inquiries of your wherca
bouts are being made, especially so
by your old patients, who say that
you are the only doctor that ever
did them good Hed you stayed
here, you would have made money
No doctor can do impossi ilities,
but you made one suetess'ul cure
here which baflled Ihe skill of our
doctors, “restoring a blind giri’s
evesight, who had been bli.d
fortwo vears.,” This can be proven
at any time.
- Application far Years Support,
| Qudinary's Office, March 23d, ’B9.
| —Notice is hereby given that Savah
A Ballard, widow ot Moses D,
| Bullard,deceased, has applied for a
{ years gupport for herselt and (7)
; seven minor childrcn. The Com
| missioners have assessed ns suid
Fsuppoet the sun of three hundred
tand seventysthree dollars and all
{ the household awd kitchen furnis
| ture, and I will pass on her appli
{ eation on the first onday in May
| next at 10 o'cloek, a. m,
& J. W. Ronsnrs,
a 5 Ordinary.
| Don't Fall
| To ask vour dealer for
| Kidder's best Patent Flour,
{ Kidder's Chief Patent Flour,
Land Kidder’s Victer Extra Fauocy,
|or balt Putent. They are the best
| brands or. the market,
[ feb.6,1889.6m0,
- Bran and corn
at extremely low
o % ‘
Pprices at M.E.Jen
{ . ,
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nings'..
;3%- . v P Ps i
otrictly Fure alnts.
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We esll the attention of Painters and everybody to our Celebrated
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PURE : READY : MIXED : PAINTS.
which we sell under the following positive guarantee :
We gnarantee our Téady Mixed Puainte, when properly applied fo a
good surince, WOT TO CRACK, CHA LK,
O R 2 IRO L. and to give perfect satizfaction as a first-class
pxint, and i’ after Three Ye rs Woar, it fails to meet the above requires
ments, we agree to furaish paints free ot charge to repaint building.
The Ullmann & PPhi pot M fo. Co.
A fuil stoek of these paints on hand acd for sale by
<YN TN lg‘.)’ AT Y TRV L O
CROUCH BROTHERS.
2, -
Terrell Sheriff Sales. |
GEORGIA—TrrrELL Co, |
Will be sold belore the Court-|
house docr in said county, on the |
first Tuesday in April next, within I
the legal hours of sale, to the high- l
est bidder for cash, the following |
proverty to-wit: ; ‘
Une sixty lorse power engine,
one sizty saw Brown gin and one |
set of mill rocks, levied on by I. G. |
Marshall, former sheriff of said |
county, as the preperty of B. F |
Snell, to satisfy a fi fa, issued {rom |
Randolph Supervior Court in favor |
of Johu W, Hurris va. B. F. Snell |
& Co,, et al, and which fi fa is now |
proceeding for the uwse of M. A. |
Baldwin and J. W. Stanford |
against B. F. Snell & Co.
Will be scld also, at the smnel
time and place by virture of a levy |
under the same fi fa, made by the |
present sheriff of Terrell ¢ unty, as
the property of said B. F, =nell, a l
certain Twenty horse power boiler
connected and belonging with the |
engine above set forth.
Will be sold before the Courts
house door m said county, on the
first Tuesday in April pext, b:-—J
tween the legal hoursof sale, the !
following property, te-wit:
Lots of land Nos, two hundred
and four and twc hundred and
five, the east half of lot'ot land No.
one hundred and ecighty and that
part of lots Nos. two hundred and
‘eleven, two hundred and twelve
and two hundred and six, which
lies East of the Chickasashatchee
creek and all lying and Neing in
‘the Third District of said county
of Terrell, and containinz in all,
‘seven hundred and fifiy acres more
or less. Levied on as the property
of J. T'. Thornton, to satisfy a fi fa
liflmed from Terrell Superior Court
in favor of Mrs. S. . tHolliday've,
|J. T. Thorvton.
} Pioperty pointed out by plain
tiffs Attorney. This, Feb, 27h,
l 1889,
Also, at the same time and place
one gray horse, about nine (9)years
old, and one road cart painted ved,
levied on as the property of B.
Tracy and J. W, Pracy. to satisfy
i a fi fa issued from Webster Superis
Lor Uourt at April term, 188%, in
faver of A. J. Baldwin & Co., vs.
B. Tracy and J. W. Tracy,
T, R, THORNTON,
SHERIFF.
. This Feby. 27th, 1889,
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Terrell Sheriff' Sales.
GEORGTA—TerreII County :
Will be sold before the court
house door, in Dawson, Terrell
county, Ga., within the legal
Lours of eale, on the first Tuesduy
in May next, to the highest bidder
for eash, the following property to
wit: Lots of land Nos. 21, 22,
43 and 44, all lying and being in
the Eleventh district of said county,
and containing eight hundred and
ten acres more or less. Levied on
as the property of A. B Kuizhtoa
& Bro., to satisfy a tax fi fa issued
by J. H. Crouch, tax collector, for
state and county taxes for the year
1888, T. R. Triior~NTON,
March 26, 1839, Sheriff.
Tax Notice.
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T will attend the following times
and places to receive the Tax Re
turus of 1889
‘ Twelfth Court Ground— Monday
April Bth; Monday, April 15h;
Monday, April 20th,
i Eleventh Court Ground —Tues
day, April 9th; Tuesday, April 16h;
Tuesday, April 30th,
Dover Wednesday, April 10th;
' N eduesday, April 17th; Wednes
day, May Ist.
I Susser-~Thursday, April 111 k
|'l"hursdny, April 18th; Thursday,
May 2cd.
Brouwood—Friday, April 12th;
Friday, April 19th; Friday. May 3d.
Dawson—Saturday, Apil 13th:
Saturday, April 20th: Saturday,
| April 27th and court weeks, Of
‘ fice in MeLuin Bros’ stora,
Gravel Hiill—Wedoesday, May
Bth.
~ Can be found at the store of
Hass & Harris at Cross Roads,
when not at the ahove places.
Books will close June B¢h.
C. M. HArris,
Tax Receiver.
Administrators Sale
By virtue of an order from the
Court of Ordinary of Lervell coun
ty, Georgia, will be sold befere
the Court House door in Dawson, |
(ia., on the first Tuesday in April
next, vithin the legal bours of
sale, the following papers toswit:
a fi fa upon A. B, Hawkes and oth- ‘
er insolvent papers helonging to
the estate of M. H. Bush, deceas~
ed, for cash. J, C. b, CLaARk,
Ada’r. M. H. Bush, de¢d,
March, 1889,
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STATHAM & FARNUM, {
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DAWSON, :. : GA.
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- The best Carriages and Bugzies |
for hire in the city. Horses board- |
cdat 10 permoth, |
nud se-t to any part of the eity at !
‘all hours, : l
i HeapquarTEßs FORDROVERS,
‘f—"—;m'_q—_—‘
. s
Selling at Cost.
| J
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l Desiring to change my business
somewhat, and to ahandon the {
' Hardware part of it (except stoves)
I am now offering many articles in
that line at greatly reduced prices,
in fact below cost. Fer instanee:
Plow stocks, ........50 to 90ots.
¥ Ulow Tintes, 00 oo i il5 @
NMack Bande ;. 00l .00 18
Heavy Traee. disiee.ns.. 36 ¢
Singlotvesa coi 00, . 95
!Hnm05.................. 3 ¢
I Scooter plows (heavy)..... 15 ¢
{ Turn-plows (sths )........ 25 «
|Bweeps C¥ba.) .. iiliay.. . 25 ¢
{BOURDOR oovv i v insinllb i 204
[ BROON. ... . ... v.ukiiantoßD N
Feßt Pins. . Cois i TE
tap Rings. .ooiiais. ... B ¥
' Saws, Hammers, Hatchets,
Drawing knives, Locks, Butts,
- Hinges, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
| &e, &e AT COST.
l All other Goods at One Hun
{ dred per cent. above cost,
‘ Furniture and Stove, Shoes,
! Hats, Crockery; Tin and Glass
i ware CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Johin A, Val 3
GHn A, Jaifen,
DAWSON, GEORGIA
DENTISTIZIY.
8r.T.8. Tharmend
UERL R RUTlena,
DAWSQN, A,
o Satis‘action guaranteed
IQ—ET.L_?‘?) in all kinds of Deptal
Work. Old plates repaired and
made good as new.
BEST LOCAL AN ESTHETIC USED FOR
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH.
Patronage respectiully solicited.
Office upstsirs over Talbot’s store.
J. G. PARKS, H. 8. BELL
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| QI. (1. l);ll ’\b & CO-,
B A G Wi AT
FIRE TESURANCE AGENTS,
} DAWSON, GA.
~ All kinds of property insured at
~reasonable rates, Losses satisface
torily adjusted and promptly paid.
| Companies represented all strong
’ liberal und reliuble.
- Office over drug store of Cheats
ham & Dean, north side of Public
Square.
! Jas. H. Guerry,
‘F —ATTORNEY-AT~LAW—
Dawson, - - Georgia.
Caretul and prowpt attention
given to all business,
L e M
Chas. G. Mercer,
~—ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Dawson, 3 : Georgia,
Office over Cheatham & Decan’s
| Drug Store,
& Will attend proimnptly to all
‘business entrusted to me,
? ___N.,‘.__l._-__fi‘. T
- J. M. Griggs,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW—
Dawson, g : Georgia.
Prompt attention to all busi
ness,
R. F. Simmons,
Dawson, - - - - Georgia.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
Will practice in all Courts ex=
zept hisown. Al persons having
land for sale and desiring to thor
oroughly advertise it and their sec~
tion should esli on me. :
Brace WeLLBorN,
THE BARBER, l
DAW ON, - GEORGIA, ‘
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EITHER TOT OR (OLO 8.\T11.:
Call and try my clegant new
chair. Polite attention to custor- |
ers, good work and neatness the
rules of the'shop. Dullas BeCk-l
worth’s old stand.
yrrm T NT I "NT
BUT BUSINESS IS BUSINESS!
- - . . i
We have warned oor competitors time and again to keep ont of the way, byt the
seem to pay bat little heed to cur waraing. and now they must take the Conveqnené
Life is tuo short, you know, and we give notice now that we intend to down ‘e ev:
time they cross the dead line. That “dead line” is fair and honorable competitioy an
woe be unto him who passes the mark_for as Sampson slew the ass with the i'\\\'bon,e of
Philistine, even so and in like manner will we fall upon them, and in an hour whey th
reck not we will smite them hip and thigh. A word to the wise is sufficiert.
Bat this is neither here nor there. Time flics. and we have some remarks to make on
subject of vital importance to the dear people which must now be made. In fae
have some. :
to se'l, and they must be sold, Tt woull tire yon it we attemapted to deseribs with anythiny like mipy
ness the large and varied assortnent of CLOTHING which now camber our counters aod decorate o
shelves, Suffice it to say that we have the Jargest, handsomest and most complete stoek that we haye o
carried, and are offering Lthem at prices that will tike your breath when you see the voods avd hegr the §
‘ures announced. Suits that zeli elsewhere for $35 and 840 we are offering at $29 and $3O. Sujis thy e
not be bought either in Dawsoa or slacon for less than 818 and 525, we are sellinz at §l2 and 318 o
have a few nice business suits that we can adord to turn loosse at 310, and two or three dozen pawrs of go
cassimere pants (not jewns) at $2, hut we don’t connt them. OF conrse we don’t make anything on ¢,
‘goods searcely, and don’t care to. We want to satisfy the people that we are their friend, and it is in fyyy
“erance of this determination that we are otfering these bargains 'There are no flies on us.
If you waut a Prince Albert suit we can {it you, If you pre‘era Prince Avthur, we can please you,
t, perchance, your taste inclines to a 4 button Cutaway, a 3-buiton Cutaway, or a Sack (with roung
square frent,) we can suit you with either. We have also a few pairs of extra fine French Worsted Pay
for evening wear, at $5 and 38 per pair. They are beauties.
Come and see us. You wiil be surprised, we know, but we want you #o come and hehold these thip
}’ with thine own eyes,
|
| TYAVIS & 180 K 1
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§ dUt s iy
We are not fond of spirting and blow
ing, but we do propose to save money to
those who favor us with their patronage,
We are carrying a veiy large line of
Drv Goods, N O-
Tions, Shoes and
FURNICURE,
Besides a full and comple assortment of
PBACERITQ AN DT ARTADIAN UIEPT I
GROCEEIES AND PLANTATION SUTPLIES,
HARNESS and SOLE LEATHER.
We would be pleased to show these poods and we guaran
tee prices againstany place or any people. We invite special
attention to LACES, RIBBONS, TUCKINGS, RUFFLINGS and
WHITE GOODS in general. BWe offer you the Celebrated
Grand Jury 'Tobacco at SO cents per pound,
all other guods in the same ratio, Come and see us ani we will do you
good., Yours truly,
oo FAYWREY & ORRB.
W.F. TALBOT
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' HEADCOQITARTIERS TTOXR
i : <g wh o i Z
Faney and Family Grogeries!
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My stock is complete in every particular—all goods of the very best
quality ‘and prices Low Down. »
| ————ll CAN FURNIFH TiIE FARMER WITH—
PILANTATION. SUPPILICS,
‘ Or the Housewife with Choice Delicacies for the Table.
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BEST FLOURINTHEMARKET.
MEATS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY,
TNADUILTEIR OTED SUG AR,
CANNED GOODS, CONFECTIONERIES and FRUITS in sexsor .
CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE,
In fact, evervthing usually kept by a Firt-class Grocer. Give me a
share of your patronage, and you will not regret it.
W. F. TALBOT.
WITH ITS OWNVOLITION
o : > 4
l J g !’£ i 5‘ 5
B . —"
! Like the Great town of Dawson, it is earricd on to SUCCERS by
MERIT ALONE. .
Tho Southwrest Gra.,
MIERCANTIIL.E HOUSIS,
Is as tull of good things as are the fertile farms around Dawson.
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‘ 38 Q) €O .
Is the word, and we propose to head the procession in our line. We
feel that our eflorts to handle
First-Class Goods,.
at prices that defy competition, have been appreciated by the people of
this and surrgunding counties, and makes us more than ever dotermin
ed to fill every possible want that might ar'se. We are in the lead and
yropose to stay there, it LOW PRICES, ENERGY and FAIR DEA L~
}l\'G will do it. Fuarmers, Mechanics, Protessionals, and all others,
call in and look at the handsomest stock of :
BRY GOODS, NGTIONS, BAOTS, SHOES,
: #
HATS, HARDWARE and FURNITURE.
Ia Southwest Georgia. When we have feasted your eyes on the
goods, your pocket hook will fly open with its own volition.
A.J. BAILLDWIN, & CQO.
The Cheap Mercantile House., - - - Dawson, Ga.
4 SUCCESSOR TO }
L. D. HATCHER & BR
DAWSOY, GA,
—_—o:—:o:
SUCH AS
Sugar, Cofice, Me
Canned Good
Hard.ware,
i Furniter
- STOVES,
And everything else ke
i in a first-class Geners
al Store.
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’ My stock is fuil and comple
I gnarantee my prices to he as
as the Lowest, and cordially as
trial this year.
l Respectfuily,
t ATGHE
A P H
i Feb 13,1889.
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LEBOLIATS
JEil
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A BISHOP,
‘ Proz:?rieto
| I keep alway
i()}'] hand thebe
meats the mar
!et affordsand vl
seil them al i
liwest Biviag i
Hies, fmake aspe
’ ialty of Western be
shipped here in?
frigerating cars.
It is Fine
- gnomistak
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[ am in frout
the Engme How
on Lee Streel.
- feb 27,3 n 1889,
- Sewing Machine
Tel the White and New H
‘Sewing Machines cheap, for
or on installmonss. Get my P
before buying. .
I{vspecthl]l;,’, .
J. H. ELLERB
; 8,-(.nwood,
feh 6,’89.1f.

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