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- ISALLY-TOM. |
The Curisus fory of a Calored Man--Wo-
Y man of Albany. |
Among the negro population of
Albany there is a singular freak ot
ainture. Ahu nan being halt man !
and haif woman knowr as Sellys
Tom. |
This queer crezture is said to be
e of those rare and Inusual mon
strogities, & hermophradite.
Partaking of the cheracteristics |
of both: sexes, yet being wholly |
-pei&er. he, she or it, isa bundle ot |
contradictions. |
~ Bally-Tom i 3 about 50 years of";
age. When a slave it was owned |
by a Mr. Kendrick, of Rnndnlph!
eounty, With Ireedom camea du~|;
sire for change, and it removed to |
Albany seeking employment with |
the lete Major Tom Walker as|
eov's and gardener. It was then |
a man.and calling iteelf such. It
was frequently on the streets upon
errands and presented a singular
appeerance, It shape was partly
that of a womau; its dress mml
peculiar ; its favorite costume being
a waist like a boy’s shirt jucket but- |
toned to & piir of white pants. Tt
affected voluminous white aprons |
which had some of the coutour of |
the b(:l,lx.? Upon its head it wnrc]|
a jaunty sailor hat. It attracted ‘
much attenticn and comment. As |
a plantation darkey Sally-Tom |
could ‘ehop cotton a 8 well and split |
as many rails a 8 any hand upon |
the place, as a town negro it did all
a man’s work, was excollent :llmuLi
a yard and garden and a good cook. |
3t was not entirely devoted to ma:~
euline apparel in those days. how
ever, a 8 in moments of ease it would
trequently don feminine garments
and take au airing as oné of a gent.
ler sex. .-
By some means Sally-Tom was
Renled up before the treedman’s
bureau, which was supposed to
have charge of the interests of the
negro during the reconstruction
period. Sally-Tom was a witness
maade in some trifling difficulty, Asi
ite appoarauce before the angust
indiridual who bad charge of this
brench of that institution he gazed
with undisguized astonishment upon
the nondescript. He had feund a
rara avis and was more inters
ested in it than in the case before
B, ‘
He inquired minutely into its
life aud habits, found out alla bout
it, and after due de.iberation sol
ennly laid down the law that it
would either be a man or woman as
t preferred, but it had to be of one
sex only as far as wearing apparel
was concerned.
Hore was a delimma, a position
that few human beings are placed
in, to decide st once whether to be
a man or woman for all one's fu
ture iife. To toil among the men
or licein the more quiet manner
of the gentler sex and be one of
them.
BallysTom was not long in de
ciding. It bad good taste and de
termined henceforth to lead gpew
life and become a woman. She
changed her sex, douned feminine
garmenis snd since that day for
over twenty years has passed as
Homle.
Bhe presents as singlar appear.
ance in dresses as she did in trous
‘ers. She still lonks what she is, a
nondescript, a mixture of both
sexes: She wears a very broad
briromed straw hats with which she
partially hides her fuace, asshe does
not like to "be rudely gazed uvon.
She has a harsh, discordant voice,
listween that of a man and woman.
Bho hasa heavy growth of whiskers,
which she keeps shaved oft. She
will never discuss berselt and cans
pot stand joking. Sheis by no
menns very refined, and her haunts
sud homeare among the lowest.
Bumelimes she hires herzelf out,
but doee not remain long at work.
A gentleman who hired her as a
ecook found that she was too mass
caline to suit him. He did not
lie to have her at his house, sits
ting about the house, holding the
Vaby in her lap and makisg hers
gelf at home, 28 cooks and uttlity
women often do in small familics
here. She had an iukling that he
intended to-be rid of her and quit
without beéing ~discharged. She
does men’s work now better than
that of a womaa, is a splendid
gardener auhd keeps the )l'ard and
ises . wuerever emnmployed in
wcnd trirnordor._e_?xp .
8500 Meward.
is offered in guod {aith by the men
wfacturers of Dr. Sag’s Catarrh
“Remedy for a case of catairh that
- they caunot cure. It is mild, heals
* jog and sbothing in its effects, and
eures ““cold ‘ *k head,” catarchal
deafosidl thrvat gilments, and ma
sy w;“‘”‘r Sations of this dis
tropehg digpace 50 by drugyists,
. g 'l'. s - e g
756 Out Boér Gurt.
This is the season of the cut door
ciel. She revels in sunshiue and
CTOWS SUrong on exercise. Tennis
is Ler devotion, walking har joy‘l
aud driving her recreation. Shcl
glories in nature, and nature re- |
tarus the compliment by putting'
rose in - her cheeks and aukpown |
possibilities in her appotite. She |
suborns fashiou to comfort and |
style to case, and the result is a
paragon of grace aud health, Itisa
good thing for the hu manrace that |
outdoor sport is so popular, for it
neans solid muscle and sound con- *
stitutions. |
Our Baby.
Our baby, when two monnth
old, was attacked with Seotula,
which for a long time destroyed her
eyesizht entirely, and caused us to
despair of her liie. The doctor
fuiledto relieve her, and we gave
her Swilt's Specific, which soon
cured her entirely, and she is hale
and hearty. E. V. Dewk.
Wiil's Point, Tex,
Seofula developed on my daugh
ter—sweiling and lumps on her
neck. We gave her Switt’s Spee
(ifie, and the result was wonderful
and the cure wes prompt.
i £, A. DeArmand, Cleveland,Tenn.
Poison Oak.
In surveying I accidentally handled
a poison onk vine,and in a few hours
the nsual eruption and swelling ap~
peared. My face was swollen and
disfigured and my havdsand arms
sericusly affected. I took Swift's
Specific and it prompt!y cured me,
and I have had no return of it
though this was five ago. B 8, S.
! cured my 20a also o the same poi
Anderson, S, C., Oct. 16, 1888,
: E. AL Bell
Bruised Legs.
'??_Sev:.'rzll years I had Secrofus
loug shires on vy ler, the result
of a braise I Lad recieved. Less
than two bottles of S, 2. 8. cured
them upand there has been no ra
turaor signof return 8. S, S,is a
splendid tonic also. A. M. Hill.
Abbevilie, 5.C-, Oct. 20, 1888,
Bwift’s Specific is entirely a veg.
etable medicine and is the only med
icine which has ever eured Blood
Poison, Serofuls, Blood Humnomrs
and kindred disease. Send for our
books on Blood and Skin Diseases,
mailedfree. THE SWIFT SPE
CIFICCO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga
A Safe inreatment.
Is one which is guaranteed to
bring you satisfactory results, or in
case of failure a return of purchase
rice. On this safe plin you ecan
Eny from our advertised Drozgist
a bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovs
ery for Consumpiion. It is guar
anteed to bring reliet in every cage
when used for any aflection of
Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as
Consumption, Inflimmation of
Linngs, Bronehitis, Asthia, Whoos
ping Cough, Croup eect. It is pleass
ant and agreeble to taste, perfectly
safe and can always be depended
upon.
Trial hottle free at Crouch Brog'
Drug store.
e
Guard Against the Strike,
and alvays havea bottle of Acker's
Enzlish Remedy in the house. You
cannot tell how soon Cronp may
strike your little one, ora cold or
cough may fasten itself upon you.
One dose 18 a preventutive and a
few doses a positive cure. All
Throat and Lunz troubles vield to
it treatment. A somple houtle is
given you free and the Remely
guaranteed by W. C. Kendrick,
A Chill Killed,
Another child killed by the use
of opiates given in the form of
Sonthing syrup. Why mothers give
their chi'dren such deadly poison is
surprising when they can relieve
the child of its peculiar troubles by
using Acker's Baby Soother. It con
taing no Opium or Morphine. So'd
by W. C. Kendrick.
We Can and Do
Guarantee Acker’s Blood Elixir for
it hus been fullv demonstrated to
the people of this country that it is
superior to all other preparations
for blond diseases. It isa positive
cure for syphilitic poisoning, Uls
cers, Eruptions and Pimp.es. It
purifies the whole system and thor
ousbly builds up the constitution.
Happiness and Content
ment
Cannot go hand in kand if we Jook
on the dark side of every little 01~
stacle. Notbing will so darken life
and:make it a burden as Dyspepsia.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will
cure the worst form of Dyspepsia,
Constipation and Indigestion, and
make life a happiness and pleasure.
Sold at 25 and 50 cents by W. C.
Keudrick.
A Healthy Growth.
Acker’s Blood Elixir has gained
a firm hold on the American peo
ple and is acknowledzed to be sus
perior tyall other preparations, It
ina positive cure for all Blor d and
Skin Diseas's. The medical fras
ternity indarse and prescribe it.
Guaranteed and. sold by W. C.
Kendrick -
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MYERY, ABLES
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:’ . P. STIL,ADT o BRO., Proprictors,
DAWSON, : GEORGIA.
| .‘Wfi: %EEP first-elass turnouts, at low rates. and are always ready to serve our customers. Trading
| ¢ Stock always on hand, in which you can get a bargain. All we ask is a trial. Give
ius a call. :ch,6,1889.6m0, H.P.SLABE & BRO.
A PHYSICIAN'S
Of all the terrible, soul afirightening curses that
afflict all classes of humanity, nothing in al!l ages
has ever approached comparison to the ravages of
that slow, insa
1
BLOO D POS so N tiate destroyer
of flesh and life. Alas! low often just such an
affliction Joves to affect a noble life with its poisonous
taint. It strikes with destructive aim the most
notalle, sparing neither
SC ROFU ILA king nor statesmen.
Even unto the third
generation are the sins of the father made manifest.
What 2 fearful hentage to begueath zninnocent
child! Ah! the horrible ravages of this affliction!
To its activity is due sore throat
SO R ES sore liver, sore kidneys, sore lungs,
sore skin, great ulcers, internal, ex
ternaland cternzlunless proper treatment is apphed:
The best remedy isa prescrintion used extensively
in private practice by an old Atlaata physician. It
is now prepared a thousand gallons ata time, and
is sold in large bottles at
PIMPLES only one dollar per bottle
It is called B. .B. or Bo
tanic Blood-Balm. Under its peculiar influence the
biood poison first becomes passive, then divided,
and lastly is exuded through the liver, through the
kidneys, and through the pores of the skin.
It is clearly the duty of every one who suspects
the least trace of syphilitic or scrofulous poison in
their blood, whether racently fromcontagion or from
inheritance, t- get it out of their system thoroughly
| PA lN by the use of this great remedy se
' that pimples, sores, aches, pains, weak
kidneys ana other symptoms will not be transmit
ted to innocunt posterity.
Demand it of your druggist and take no substi
tute. Testimonials from those who have used it
may be found in the illustrated * Baok of Wonders”
| sent free to any address by the Bload Baln Ce.,
| Atlanta. G 2 = 4 e
SENTFRE
SE E s
Kvery reader of thiz paper who
expeets to buy anything in the live
of Dramonds, tine Jewelry, Hilver
and Clocks, 0 who tninks of buying
Should send for our new illustrated
catatogue for 1889, which we send
free.
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J. 2. §evad B, Jwelers,
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47 thtu. all B Al Ilm e
BUILDING MADE CHEAP,
—BY CONTRACTING WITH—
CEOQ. V. PACE,
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DAWSON . GA
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Contraets for all kinds of builds
ing taken at lowest rates, and mo
torial furoished when desired. 1
hive been in the business for fif
teen years and know my busine:s
and guarantee my work.
Rill Worls.
1 have had a large experience in
this line, and guarantee to do good
and cheap work on pew milis or
repairing old ones.
Gin Worlk.
I have had twelve yeurs experis
ence with machinery aad a fu'l set
of teols can make your old gin
work like a new oue. [ have re
l).xired a lar_e numbor of gins and
Ive yet to hear the first complaint
ot my work or price. I sharpen
gins by machinery or hand and all
work done will be made payable
October Ist, 1889,
I will eall on you dnring the
spring and summer months, This
is allowing you a showing, and 1
hope you will hald your work for
me. My address is Lock Box,
224, Dawson, Ga,
GEOQ. V, PACE.
Feh.20,1889.
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PLIANOS
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and Organs for
N
Sale,
Tuning and Repairing Done in First-Class
Style. ’
Remember that I will keep your
Pianos in perfect order for ten dol
lars a year. That means tuning,
replacing broken strings, new un
dercloths, felting chack pads, key
lifter pads, facing ro;.:t'll;xtmg pads,
wedging out key mortises, relining
damper sockets, rebuilding damp—
ers, felting buft staps and recover
ing hammers. All work guaran
teed lam prepared to'de all kind
of Piano repairing. |
Respeetfully, ‘
L. D. Lockw wnr, jr.
¢ - ~ Dawson; Ga. |
with Jas. Fricker & Bro., Ameri- ‘
cuy, Ga ‘
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Strictly Pure Paints.
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We call the attention of Puinters and everybody to our ('e}ehmte(l
PURE : READY : MIXED : PAINTS.
which we sell under the following positive guarauntee :
We guarantee our Ready Mixed Prints, when properly applied to a
good surtace, N O TO CRACK, CHAILIL,
OR P I FiLi. and to give perfect satisfaction as a first-class
paint, aud if after Three Years Wear, it failsto meet the above requires
ments, we agree to furnish paints free of charge to repaint building.
"The Ullmann & IPhi ' pot M°fg. Co.
A full stock of these paints on hand ard for sale by
B YL YO ~
CROUCH BROTHERS.
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Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, Clocks,
speclacles &e.
CAT Y O
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N. B. BARNES.
Repairing atßock Bettom prices
Main Street, Dawson, Ga.
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It stands at the head of all good
organs. Those who desire to bave
the best organ should acquaint them
selves with the merits of our instru
ments. Don’t take our word for
what we say, but see and test our
instruments. If no dealer sells our
organs in your loca'ity, write to the
factory.
BUY NO OTHRIR.
ADDRESS,
MILLER ORGAN CO.
Lobanon, Pa.
g~ Catalogue, &c., tree.
Sept. 26.
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: . Who are Weak Nervous
& l‘ Lmd Debilitated and sufier
l l ing from Nervous Debili
-4.%ty, Seminal Weukegess,
Nigntly Emissions, and all the ef
fects of early Ivil Habit., which
lead to Premature Decay,Consump
tion or Insavity, send for I‘l-:uc’sj
Treatise on Discases of Man, with
particu'ars for Home Cure, j
Cures g"uranteed. No cure no
pay, J. S. PEARs, !
612 and 614, Church St,
. Nashville, "tean, l
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is now prepared to
doJODB WORK
of every deseription
at unusually
LUWPRICES
Having received a
new supply Type
Inks, andin fact
new material of ev
ery kind, we intend
to turn out worlk,
that will be
by any done south
or Macon
Capt. John A, Fult:n.
, Is agent for the Americus Re
corder, The Atlanta Constitution,
"l‘hc Sunny South and The New
} York Ledger. ‘
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Ly Macon 10 05am ar 6 10pm
ar Ft Valley* 11 2lam 5 05pm
* Mar'ville 11 38am 4 47pm
** Winchester 11 43am 4 43pm
. Mte'zuma* 12 05am 4 :ZUpm‘
*“ Oglethorpe 1210 pm 4 15pm
* Anderson 1230 pm 352 pm
“ Americus* 12 52pm = 327 pm
““FSmith’le 1 20pm 3 00pm
~ “ Bronwood 156 p- 1.03 pm
““ Dawson 2 10pm 12 50pm
‘“ Shellman 2 30pm 12 29pm
¢ Cuthbert®* 2 50pm- 12 58am
““ Morris 3 10pm 11 48am
“ Hatcher’s 3 20pm 11 39am
“ Georgetown 335 pm 11 23am
“Rufaula®* 3 43pm 1 15am
ESpring Hill*4 23pm 10 36am
“ Midway* 4 42pm 10 15am
“ Un'nSpr'gs*d 10pm: 9 -l«"mm]
*¢ Pike Road 6 10pm 8§ 22am
“ Mont'gry* 6 45pm T 45um!
Trains going North Read up. |
*Telegraph station. Connects
ut Fort Vally for Perry; at Smith-‘
ville for Albany and Blakely; at
Cuthbert for Fort Gaines; at Eu-l
faula for Clavton
V. C. KENDRICK
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———DEALER f:f IN———
DRUGS@ M EDICINES,
MaIN STREET, DAawsox, GA.
Being unable to sell my steck of Drugs, lam still at my OLD
STAND on Main Street, Dawson, Ga., and will keep a full and well
selected stock of everything uvsuually found in a
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FIRST-GLASS DRUG STORE,
and will sell as cheap as any house in South-west Georgia,
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W, Gk e i i L
Or to Prompt Paying Cumtiomers
—_— =) E——
Parties owing me are earnestly requested to SETTLE AT AN
EARLY DATE. C. E, FParrar is authotized to make Settles
ments and receipt, in my name, for any money due me.
By fair dealings I hope to merit a liberal share of
PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
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JEWELLRS and DEALERS _IN
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Pianos & Organs
Wz keep constantly on haunid the finest and larcest sssortment of conds
in our line to be fourd 3, uthwest Georgia, CoNI=IING o part of
Watches, Diamaonds, Solid Sitver and Fine Plated Ware. Cloeks,
Jewelry of ail kinds. Gold and Silver Head Canes and Um
brellie. Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Opera
Ulasses. Soewing Machipe Needies, Ol Partz and Attach
ments. l);-nrlists Gold Foil, and evervihing else usuaily
keptin a First cnass Jeweney Srore. Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warrauted.
Badges and Medals made to ovder.
! ¢ 7§ Y g ANTZY B> ¥ 5 ~ ¥ Y ¥
GOOS WE SELL ENGRAVED FREE.
Qur Music Department isfitled with
- First-cluss Pianos and Qegans, Violins, Guitars, Ban-
Jos, Tambourines, Accordions, Strings and ‘lrimmings,
and all such other Goods as belong to that line. Orders
' for Sheet Music will receive Prompt Attention. Qur Mg.
L. D. Lockuart, Jr., will goanywhere in Southwest Georgia
to tune and Repair Planos and Organs, or call apon those wishe
ing to buy. No house in the State can' undersell us in either line.
- Write for Cataingue to :
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HH. P i e
' What is H. I P.? 2
H. H, P. isaliquid Panacea. Ploazant to the taste-—that reliove
at once, SICKHEADACHE, CONSTIPATION and DYSPEPSIA,
H. H. P. acts gently, but eftectively on the bowels and liver.
H. H. P. does not nauseate or gripe.
H. H. P. is guaranteed to please you or your money refunded by
G. BARRETT & CO,, Augusta Ga.
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JERSEY - PLATS - CHILL - AND - FEVER - CURE
{s warranted to cure Chills ana Fevers, Bilious, Intermittent, Remittent
"or any kind ot Fevers and Chills.
WITH JERSEY FLATS, IF THERE IS NO CURE, NO PAY,
' Remember Jersey Flats stops shakes and agnes. JERSEY FLATS,
Warranted by G. BARRETT & CO., Augusta, Ga.,
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GILDER'S LIVER PILLS
| Are Purely Vegetable and the hest for all diseases of the Stomael
and Bowels. Try Gilder's Liver Pills.
G. BARRETT & CO., Prop’s. Augusta, Ga.,
R/ MYy ! g Lty %f RE YOIRTrE
MCS IRISH LINIMENT
fures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds and Swellines,
Does not blister or remove the Hair. Try a bottle of Mc’s Irish Liniment
Manutactured by G. BARRETT & CO., Augusta, Ga.
r N i \rEvy S TEVAY N ’
FTAKE<“BARZETT S TONIC
For an apoatiser.
Cuares Heartburn and Indigestion.
Relieves Sour Stomach.
BARRETDsS TONIC,”
For Sleepness and Nervousness,
tlas no cqual.
G. BARRETT & CO., Prop’s. Augusta, Ga.
Jhese Goods For Sale By All Druggists.
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