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By E L RAINEY. |
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Mixed Schcols. e i
A bill has been introduced in|
the legislature for tiie purpose of |
conpelling the co-education of the
BeXt S,
There are several objections to|
guch Jegislation. Mixed schools!
operate disastrously upon the wel
fare of ‘society. It is generally ‘
thought that 2sscciation with girlg
and young ladies has arefining in-|
fluence upon boys and men, These
conditiovs demand that the girls
shell niove in that sphere aund with |
those modes of thougzht and man- 1
ner which are strictly feminine in
their character. The familiarity of
the schoolsroom, duily confact and
competitica in the recitat’on roow,
subjection to the same disecipline,
exposure of like defects of niind
and of deporiment, nesessarily de
stroy in the minds of boys that Zelis
cate regard they should have for
girls. Itisa noteworthy fact that
in those Nerthern states where tie
co-education for thesexesin high
echoole has leng preveiled,there is
among the men a nanifest want
ofthat delicacy of sentiment which
should exist toward the gentler
sex. The evils of this system are
not manifest alone among the
men. Not only is it true that the
men are winting in this regard,
but inthose communities there exist
sentiments which keep alive |
what is popularly ealled the “‘\\'n-{
man Rights Movement.” Where |
young ladies are broughtinto com~
petition with young menin the
schoolroom, often outstiipping
them in their studies, the tenden<
cy is to beget within their mindsa
desire to carry on this successiul
competition inthe ma’ter of legisla
tion,on the stump and at the ballot
box. While women’s mental
equality should ever Le asserted,
the welfare of society demands
that her gifts shall be exercised in
that sphere in which God las
placed her.
Farming A‘or;;.cnd Soui-l-:—.
Bill Arp has ascertained that n
the State of New York that com
petition among the farmers for ars
“ticles they produce is so strong
that the price they bLring does not
pay for the cest ot production, and
every year they are getting decper
in debt. A lorge number of the
farms in that state it put up at pub-
Jic sale would not bring enough
money ‘o lift the mortgages. Anp
Elmira peper informs Lim that in
Chemung county there ware 638
mortgages recorded on farms the
paet year. These mortgages cov
ered more than that number of
farms and agzgregated £308,000.
The nopaid mortgages run up in
to the miillions. The county ass
sessors report o steady deprecia
tion in farming lands and that
mavy of them will not now sell
for the amonnt of money for which
they sold few years ago The Connee-
ticut bureau of labor statistics says
that on one thousard average
farms they find that fifty-four per
cent. are worked at a pesitive loss
and the remainder at only a nomi
pal profit, and that large tracts of
larC bheve been alloved to grow up
in forests and briars. There are
fourteen other countics in New
Yerk in as bad condition as Che~
mung, and the insurance compa
nies which have Joaned them mons
ey will not be able to get it back.
In Bartow ccunty, Georgia, there
isnearly as much farming lands ss
in Chemung county, New York.
Last year there were thirtyssix
mortgages recorded on farms in
Bartow and they aggregated §24,«
000. The sum total of mortgages
on Bartow lands call for £50,000.
In Chemung county, N. Y., the
mortgages rccorded onlv for lust
year foot up $3 08,000. The farms
in New York are under a high
state of cultivation and vresent a
very attractive appearance. The
outbuildings are in very good res
pair, and all the machivery and
farm implements are first-class,
but interest on mortgages added
to the expense of making a crop is
8o great that the outlay of money
is larger than the :mount realizcd
from the tale of the preducts of
the farm.
Are You Skepticci?
If so we will convince you that
Acker’s English Remedy for the
lungs is superior to all cther prepar
ations, and is a postive cure for all
Throet and Lung Troubles, Croup,
Whooping Cough and Cold. We
guarantee the preparation and will
give you ¢ sample bottle free.
W. C. Kendrick.
Educated Farmers. Y
It should be the misgion of farn
mers to elevate agriculiure to thit'
dignificd plaee to which it iz entis
tled, ! eside the noblest of human |
callings. This can only le done
by remcving the ban waich has
been placed upon education, aud;
recegnizing intelligence ss a tacs |
tor i successful farming Let our
farmers educate their sons with the
idea that they areto be farmers,
and that their mental training is to
be utilized to the greater produc-|
tiveness of their labor. Let the
|
idea be impressed upon them that
there is no nobler calling than the
cultivetion of the soil. Let the
l farmer be always adding to his
stock of both theoretical and prace
! tical knowledge. Let him read the
i best sgricultural journals, and the
| best issues of the State and Nution
al Agricultur:l Bureaus. And es
i pecially let the important informa
| tion gatbered and diffused by this
| society e diligently stadied. Thus,
| with increasing intelligence, farm
i ing will be more productive and
| valuable, the “wilderness aud the
| solitary places will be glad,” and
i “the desert will rejoice and bloss
{ som as the rose.” And the pros
| gressive State will continve
| to grow in wealth, in honor, and
| in power, an example and an ens
\i couragement to the nation.
As a gpecial, orderthe Georyia
legislature will next Wedaesday dis
cuss a Uil to abolish the distineticn
between grand and petit jurors. The
bill should not pass, unless the
qualification of all jurors are raiss
ed to a standard,
R
“Yeg; I shall b.eak the engage
ment” she said, folding her trms aud
looking defiant; *itis really too
much trouble to converse with him
Lie is as deaf asa post, and talks
like he had a mouthrul of mush.
| Besides the way he hawks and
' spits is disgusting. “Dont hreak
| 3¢ engagement for that; tell him”
i to tuke Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy
(It vill cure bim ecompletely.”
| ¢ Well Tl tell him, Tdo hate to
‘ break it off for in 21! other respects
{bhe is quite too charmivg.” Ot
| course, it cured his catareh.
NSRRI O (S,
Are you weak and weary, overs
worked and tired? Hoods Sarsa~
parilla is just the medicine to pu
rity your blood and give you
sirencth.
sso(} R(?;Hlal”d.
BARTOW,GA,
We thivk your Medicine is the
best chill and fever medicine.
Have not had a complaint ot its
not doing all elaimed for it,
A. E. Tarver & Sox.
WAYNESBORO, Ga.
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonie
gives perfeet satistection,
Wrairenrap & Co.
; OCHLOCHNEE, GA.
Johnson's Chill & Fever Tonie
is a dead shot for ¢hill and fever,
R. W, BASTON M. D.
THOMASVILLE, GA.
Your Clill and P>cr Tonie
meets with ready sale. Wil need
some moresoon. R Tnomas, Jr.
Forsale by Dr. W. C. Kendrick.
Wita evidence to prov: that any
remc(iy in this wide vorld ('(lu:\ls
Johnsoin’s Chill and Fever Tonie
in the treatment of clill end fever
and all malarial troubles. Price
50 cents. Mouey refunded if not
satisfied.
ALBANY, GA,
We lear nothing Lut favorable
reports,
“:I'ELSH & AGAR,
MILLEN, GA.
Johnson's Tonie dossall elaim ed
for it. Have sold out, Seund us
agross. WiLKINS & BirrigN.
b . s 1
“elling at Cost,
B,
Desiring to change my business
gsomewhat, and to abandon tle
Hardware part of it (except stoves)
I am now offering many articles in
that line at greatly reduced prices,
in fact below cost. Fer instance:
Plow stocks, ........50 to 90cts.
dHow lnes.... ..o e, 15 9
Back Bandy .. o 0 . 15 ¢
Kieavy Fraces: ... iehiis. 35 ¢
THORIOtIORN .\ v i2D
'1’[:uu(*5.................. ab ¢
Scooter plows (heavy)..... 15 «
Lurn plowe (61bs ), v v s 25
Sweeps (T L, iso . 25 ¢
SCrapes it . oo DR 20
Hoes; s &oil 8B toi6D o
Haad XlOB, w 0 osnsaliiini 21"
ll.np BUOPRL s dntbai b 1R
| Saws, Hammers, Hatchets,
Drawing knives, Locks, Butts,
Hinges, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
&e, &e AT COST
All other Goods at "TIN
per cent. above cost,
' Furniture and Stove, Shocs,
Hats, Crockery, Tin and Glass
ware CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Y
- J. A, Fulton,
DAWSON, GEORGIA
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THE NEW PRIZE §STORY 5
is eagerly sought for, read with pleasure or dis- |
appointment, is then tosscd aside and forgot- |
ten. But ladies who read of Dr. Pierce's Fa- |
vorite Prescription, read it again, for they dis- |
cover in it something to prize—a messenger of |
Joy to those suffering from functional derange- |
ments or from any of the painful disorders or |
weaknesses peculiar to their sex. Periodical i
fmins, internal inflammation and ulceration, |
eucorrhea and kindred ailments readily yield |
to its wonderful curative and healing powers. |
It is the only medicine for women, sold by i
druggists, undcer 2 positive guarantee |
from the manufacturers, that it will give satis- ]
faction in cvery case, or money will be re
funded. This guarantee has been printed on |
the bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried out |
for many years. §ILOO by druggists, or six |
bottlos tor ifi.oo.
Coprright, 1823, by WORLD'S Dis. MED. ASS'N.
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R B o DOCTOR
S P \CTCC S PiERCE'S
e iy A\ ARV PELLETS |
COW B\\ets e
B\ 9 S ble & Harmless.
Unequaled as a Liver Pill. Sinallest,
cheapcstheasxest. to take. ©@no Pellet a
Doswe. OCB not g'ilfe Cures Sick Ficade
ache, Rilious eadache, Connlg‘&-
tion, Indigestion, Rilious Attac la
and all demngemen& of the stomach an
bowels. Put up in glass vials, hermeticaily
scaled. Always fresh and reliable. Gently
laxative, or an active cathartic, according
4o size of dose. 25 cents, by druggists.
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| HELP,
|
- FOR THE SUFFERING.
“ e ;
How often a 2 home is made sad by the
suffering of some member of the family.
How keenly the good wife sympathizes
l with her invalid husband, how greatly the
| kind husband hopes for his sick wife's
| recovery. Biessed be the men that fur
‘lnish sick and aching humanity with a
‘ remedy that brings sure relief.
| Isaac H. Otlaw, Mt. Olive, N. C. writes: * | was
troubled with skin disease and was broken out in
running sores, 1 had been afflicted for ten years
VI nTon ~ and usually got worse
S{\l“-‘ “‘bhASES in hot months. FLight
I months ago 1 got a bottle 8.8. B, at John R,
Smith's drug store at Mt. Olive, and it has entirely
cured me, and ! have had no symptoms of the dis
{ ease since.”
Kennesaw, Ga., Sept. 11, 1887,
Blood Dalm Company. My Dear Sirs: 1 take
great pleasure in acknowledging the great benefit
my wifz has derived from your great and wonder
ful mcdicine, B. B. B. For two years she was a
great sulfer frem Scrofula or some blood disease
which had lain dormant all her life; we had atten-
ARATTT tica from some of the most skill-
S"ROL L‘ LA ful physicians in the country but
all to no effect nntil we had all despaired of her
recovering Her mouth was @ solid ulcer and fop
two months »r more “er body was broken
out with sores until she lost a Leautifulhead of hair,
also hereye-lashesand eye-bruws. Infact she seems
ed to be a comipiate Wreck. TNOW Coumce she gitay
secret whick ! wantall the world to know, and that
is that three botiles of Blood Bulny medicine has
done the work,which would sound incredible to any
one who did not know it Lo be so. To day my wife
is perfectly healthy and cleor from any scrofulous
taint, ana she now has a three months old babe alse
perfectly healthly, Very Respectiully,
11, L. Cassivv,
§Fif the reader will sernd to the Blood Balm Cop
Atlanta, Ga,, for their illust-ited “Sook of Wone
ders,” it will prove of furthcr intersst, )
JLBING MADE CHEA]
BUILDIH HAOE CHEAP,
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—DBY CONTRACTING WITH
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DAWSON . GA.
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Contracts for all kinds of Luilds
ing taken at lowest rates, and ma
terial furmshed when desireds 1
have been in the business for fif
teen years and know my business
and guarantce my work.
-
Blill Worlk.
I have had a large experi wee in
this live, and guarantee to do aood
and cheap work on new miils or
repairing old oues.
‘ -
Gin Worlk.
I have had twelve yeurs experis
ence with machinery aod a full set
of tcols can make your old gin
work likea new one. I have re
paired a large number of gins and
have yet to heur the first complaint
of my work or price. I sharpen
gins by machinery or hand and all
work done will he made payable
October Ist, 1889,
I will eall oo you durivg the
spring and summer movths. This |
is allowing you a showing, and I
hope you wiil hold your work for
me. My address is Lock Box
224, Dawson, Ga.
. GEO, V. PACE.
Feb.2o, {BB9,
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Citation
_ GEORGIA, Terrell County—
I'o all whom it may con cern: James
H. Hayes has in due from ap plied
to the undersigned for permanent
letters of administration on the
estate ot J. B. Hayes, late of said
county, desceased, and I will pass
ll{mn said avplication cn the first
Monday in August, 1889,
X - .
Given under my hand aad official
signature June Bth, 1889,
J. W. Rongnrs,
Ordinary Terrel} Courty.
C STATHAM & FARNUW, !
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LetAR DA R o weFT t
Livery and Sale Stables, ‘
DAWSON: +::9 ‘OA. i
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The best Carriiges and Eiu‘.‘.i\-.\!
for hire in the city. Horses board
ed at SIO permoth,
and sect to any part oi the city at
all hours.
HEADQUARTERS FOR DROVERS \
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{ SUCCESSOR TO }
L. D. HATCHER & BRO,
DAWSON,GA.
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GROGERIES
I
SUCH AS
Sugar, Coffce, Meat
Canned (oods,
Hardusare,
Furniture,
| &
- STOVES,
And everything clse Lept
in a first-cluss Gener.
al Store.
00—
My stock is full and complete.
I guarantee my prices to be as Low
as the Lowest, and cordially ask a
trial this year.
‘ Respectully,
TOHE
A. P. HATGHER.
Feh13,1889.
28 &
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L.&B.S.M.H
B B W E bde
FIFTH ANNUAL
June | to Aug. 1, 1889.
Worth of l‘lnn’ol and Organs
from best makers to be closed
out regardless of cost or value,
Stock toolarge. Mustconvert
intocash orinstallment assets,
Seme, entirely NEW INSTRD
MENTS not.used a day,
Some, Nearly New—used a fow
months only.
Some, used a year or se.—~Some,
used two to three years.
Some, fine Second Hands—taken
in exchange, and made new in
* |ourrepnir Factory. Re-pelished
—Re-strung. Restored in Tone
and Action, and made goed for
years of service.
BARGAINS. EVERY ONE.
EASY TERMS.
Your OWN TERMS almost.
Very light Monthly Payments,
or Snnfi Cash Payment and bal
ance when you get ready.
CASH BUYS CHEAP.
Give you all the time wanted
but SPOT CASH will save you
money. TRY US ON. We will
meet you every time.
$5O, $75, $lOO, $l5O.
$24, $35, $5O, $75.
WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET.
SUMMER 1889.
LUDDEN & BATES, S.M.H.
SAVANNAH, QA.
-3537 \l;‘:)'ll}"'!rllllflvillz“g?b{’ ligenvion
Y BRROWN'S TRON RITTERS
It eures gquickiy. . For =ale by all dealers in
ancdicaie. Gol tug genu.ue,
* SEMI-ANNUAL STATHVENTY WS ETH OV Vgt o
tie FRsT STATE BANK QUR BUSINESS BOOMS!
CF PAWSON; GEORGIA, 1
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At Close of Buysiness June 29th, 1889. |
RESOURCES: | LIABILITIES: |
Debts due within the State $91,969.32 | Capital 5t0ck.......... ... veeee.s7l,2oo.oo |
Debts due without the State 5,734 48 | Surplus and undivided profits 13,026.29 |
Bonds ..o e s | Dividends Unpaid........cce.e. |
Furniture and fixtures......... 451.41 | Due Banks and 8anker5........ t
Banking House.......ccoeeveenn. Due Depositors........oeeeeeeen. 38,045.04 |
Expenses, taxes and salaries Highest amount due any |
Bills in Vault ) one Depositor $15,301.22. |
Gold in Vault ) |
Bilvecin ¥aolt: § i, 411613 | ‘
Bullion in Yault J
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eee e e s
Pebtsinsnit ..., .. . 3 Debtabad. ic.oo 0
Debts not iu suit. . ....$97,703.80 | Debts goed ...........$97,703.80
Debts doubtful.. .. .. .. i DNlont o v oo
" PRESIDENT:
J B. PERRY.
DiRECTORS:
J. B. PERRY, J R. MERCER, 0. B. STEVENS,
A.J. BALDWIN, : A.J. CARVER.
OWNERS, NO. SITARES. AM'T' PAID, l
JB Bemyioiciion o omiohsiocai ........525‘600.00(
Jo R Moerdel. .. s v 202 v idvan i iness 2020000
W O Dillol sio 00 e e is i i 100.00
A JCavero i iRt s Lo iiiiiiiis ooty 100.00
J B Bussey:. civi v L i ot s 100.00
O . Bibtevens .(estbo s o Ban oil G, 100.00
512 $51,200.00
STATE OF GEOR LA, Terrell County.
The subseribers personally before me, a netary public for said county,
make oath that the forezoing is a just and trve statemeny of the e ndis
tion of the FIRST STATE BANK ot Dawson, Geor ia, at the close of
business June 29th, 188 D, and moreover. that since the Just return ot
this Baok to the best of afliants' knowl-dge and belief, it has not vio
lated or evaded any ohlization imposed by law, either by itslf, its offi
cers, or its agents, J B PERRY. Presideut.
4. R, MERCER, Cashier.
Sworn to and sulserilcd Lefore me, this 24th day of July. 1889,
B. B. PERRY, N. P. Terrell County.
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Strictly Pure Paints
o ALY
N W o CULEE WD
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We call the attention of Painters and evervbody to our Celelirated
PURE : READY : MIXED : PAINTS.
which we sell under the following positive cunrantee :
We guarantee our Ready Mixed Pzinte, when properly applied to &
good surtice, WO'X TO CRACIC, CH A 1.1,
O X 2 EiCBCEL, and to give perfeet satisfaetion as a first-class
paint, and if after Three Years Wear, it fiilsto mect the above requires
ments, we agree to furnish paints free of charge to repaint bailding.
The Ullmana & X*hi pot Ry, Co.
A full stock of these paints on hand acd for sule by
oL oy I OVHRTY IO
| CROUCH HGROTHRUS,
THE
i ‘ s
Finest Shoe BMMade.
| e
| oS o W
Sold only by
Davis & Dozier.
’ BY FAR
‘The Bestand Cheapest Route
| ——TO——
NEW YORK or BOSTOHN
—IB VlA—
ey T
SAVANNAH
—AND THE—
OCEAN STEAMSHI? LINE
-—OOF THE—
Centra Railroad of Georgia.
SUMMER EXCURSION
TICKETS
Now on sale at reduced rates.
Good to return until Oztober 31st,
1889
Magnificent Steamers and ele
gant service. Free from the heat
and dust, incident to All-Rail
Routes. If you are sick the trip
will invigorate and build you up.
GO EASY BY SEA AND YOU'LL NOT
REGRET TIT.
Passengers, before purchasing tick
ets via other routes, would do well
to inquire first of the merits of the
merits of the Rroute via Sevannah:
Furthee information may be had
by by applying to the Agent at
station or to
M. S: BELKNAP, Genl. Manager
W. F. SHELLMAN, Traffic Man.
E. T. CHARLTON, Gee). Pass.
Agent.
CLYDE BOSTICK, Traveling
Pass. Agent. ‘
Just Heceived.
A new lot of the best
Shapes in [adies Black Hats
in plain, funcy Straw, Tacg
Straw, Milan; also White
Hats for ladies aud chidren
in Fancy Straw, Lace Straw
and Milan.
FLOWIER WREATIIS,
Black and Cream Silk Mitts, Em
broidered Handlerchie!s, Ruch
ings, Pink, Blue and Cream Rib
bons, Franes for Black and White
Lace Hats, Paby Hoods, ete. For
bargains call early on
¥ 3 2
Mrs. M. M, Anthony
$
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MR- H- HIRSCHBERG,
The well-known Optician of 629
Olive street St. Loais, has appoint~
ed Dr. W. C. KENDRICK
of Dawson, Ga., as agent for his
celebrated Dimond Spectacles and
Eyeglases and also for his Diamond
Non-Changeable Spectacles and
Eyeglasses. These glasses are the
greatest invention ever made in
Speet cles. By a proper constiue
tion of the Lens a person purchas
ing a pair of these Non-Changeable
Glasses never has to change these
Glastes from the eyes, and eve
ery pair purchased are guars
anteed so that if they ever lenvel
the eyes (no matter now scratched
the I)lensos are) they will furnish
the party with a new pair of
(ilasses free of charge.
DR. W. C. KENDRICK hasa
full assortment. and invites all who
wishes to satisty themselves of the
Great Supe-iority ot these Glasses
over any and all others now in use '
to call and examine the same at
DR. W, C. KENDRICK’Sf
Drug Store. |
FOR DYSPEPSIA ’
Use Erown's Iron Bitters.
Physleians recommend it. All dealers kee
it, $l.OO per botile. Genuine has trade xnarE
and crossed red lines on wrapoer.
Like ihe Great town of Dawson, it is carried on to SUCCESS by
MERIT ALONE.
The Southiwest Ga.,
MERCANTII.E HOUSE
Is as full of good things as are the fertile farms around Dawson,
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2O O M,
ils the word, and we propose to head the procession in our line, e
feel that our efforts w nandle
First-Classs Groods,
at prices that defy competition, have heen appreciated by the peaple o
this and surrounding counties, and makes us more than ever determins
{ed to fill every possible want that micht ar’se. We are in the lead and
| prepose to stay there, it LOW PRICES, ENERGY and FAIR DEAL.
| ING will do it. Farmers, Mechanics, Professionals, and all others,
‘i call in and look at the handsomest stock of
' DRY GOODS, ROTIONS, BROTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE and FURNITURE,
Ia Southwest Georgia. When we have feasted your eyes on the
| goods, your pocket book will fly open with its own volition.
‘ A.J. BAT.DWIN, & CO.
' The Cheav Mercantile House, - - Dawson Ga,
W. C. KENDRICK
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| —~——— -DEALER }{:} IN——n—
: %
Drucs anp MEDICINES.
Maix Streer, DAwsoN, Ga.
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| Beina unable to sell my steck of Druss, lam still at my OLD
| STAND on Main Street, Duwson, Ga., and will keep a full and well
| selected stock of everything usually found in a
FIRST-GLASS DRUG STORE,
and will sell as chexp as any house in South-west Georzia,
o =n 1 owyn
BgR v T e S e
Or to Prompt Paying Cumtomers
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Partics owinz me ave earacstly requested to SETTLE AT AN
EARLY DATE. C. E. FArRRAR iz authovized to make Sottlee
wmeunts and receipt, in my name, tor any money due me,
By fair dealings I hope to merit a libera! share of
PUDLIC PA'TRONAGELE,
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Repairing atßeol: Botiom prices
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Main Sticet, Fiawson, G,
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JEWEIERS and DEALERS IN
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r Oreans
Pianos & Organs.
£,
WE keep constantly on hand the finest and largest assortment of goods
in our line to be {cvnd 30 uthwest Goorgia. Coxsisisg in part of
Watches, Diamonds, Solid Silver and Fine Plated Ware. ¢ locks,
Jewelry of ail kinds. Gold and Silver Head Canes and Um:
l)r(‘\ll-zs. Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Opera
Glasses. Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, Parts and Attach
ments. Dentists Gold Foil, and everything else usually
ke‘pt ina Frrsrcrass Jewenry Store. Watches,
Clocks and Je\velrg' Repaired and Warrauted.
Badges and Medals made to order.
GOOS WE SELL ENGRAVED FRIE.
. Our Music Department is filled with
; Fu"st-cl:\ss Pianos and Organs, Violing, Guitars, Ban-
Jos, I‘amlmurines, Accordions, Strings and Trimmings,
and all such other Goods as heloug 1o that line, Orders
for Sheet Music will receive Prompt Attention. Our ME.
L. D. Locknawrt, Jr., will go anywhere in Southwest Georgit
. to tune and Repair Pianos and Organs, or call upon those wishe
ing to buy. No house in the State can underseil us in cither liné
ra~Write for Catalague to
. A
James Fricker § Bro.
sept. 19,1888, o
Capt. John A. Fulton
Is agent for the Ameriens Re
corder, The Atlanta Constitution
The Sunny South and The New
York Ledger and the Macon Tele~
graph,
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of losing your child by g"r“"""‘.‘fm‘.forr.'n'i.- @
work out {ta destruction. When & CRER, spetite
sleep well, is restless, unnatural in I ndication
and grinds its teeth, you have ~ln|n:l“ s B A
of Worms ; the positive cure f“,".(.’i; Ask you!
PANEN ENTOCI'S VERMEFUGE. 8080 o 0
‘ruggist for it. Its timely use tee
shild from its grave.

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