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BY E. L. RAINELEY.
== JUST OPENED=—
$OOOO WORTH OF NRW £ooDe
TheCreatest Bargains we Have Offered Yet
15 TO 25 PER CENT SAVED TO OUR CUSTOMERS BY OUR
====TRIP TO NEW YORK------
COMETOSERUS EEFrORE YOU BITY
Dress Trimmings witkout end
Striped Surahs,
Persian Silks.
Pereian Bar.ds, ,
Velvels.
Plushes. ,
Fead Trimmings:
Braids. E
Passanentrie, ete.
A beautiful lot of Jerseys and Wraps cheup.
A nice Black Jersey fiom 50¢, to $!925.
A nice Wrap from §125 to $5.00.
WoSellE.P Reld's & Zeimler Bres. Ladies' Shoes--Bost Mat
Dlt BRUGS |
RUGS DRUGS |
. eet Q 0 e—— '. .
T. D. SALE
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tHave purchased Mesors, Hillman & Wade's inimens» stock of
DRUCS AND WEDICINES
And will do business at the same stand. The siembers of the firm are
0. B. STEVENS, A. J. BiLDWIN and T. D. SALE, and they pro-
E"FC to run cne of the best and most reliable Druy Sto.es in the state.
wverything in the way of Druzs, Pate.t Medicines, Paiuts, Oils, Vars
uishes, “ gilet Articles, ete. ete., of the purest and best makes will be
k“'l‘} always in stoek.
Tliey also carry a fine live of the purest Whiskies, Wines, Brandies,
etc., fof medicinal use, which they bought low and are going to sell low.
Mr. T. D SALE will have charge ,f the business and will he glad
to =i all of nis old friends and make new ones.
Give them a call and be couvinced that they mean business.
. ). SATLEE
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Of nearly every description,
SU AR ey AT L I - 4
“TOVES, HARDWARE,
1 1 2N ¥ rEy Y
CROCKERY, TIN AND
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WOUODENWARE
Groceries, ele. We are now agents for the cclebrated
Chartei Oak Stoves and Ranges,
Which, being so well known. need no recommendation. Call and ex
amine our stock. As tar »s prices are concerned, we know we can
Buit you,
oy g
MARLIN & SONS.
CHEATHAM & DEAN,
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Druggists and Pharmacists.
Lee Street - - Dawson Ga
iit LRy ST
KELP ALWAYS ON HAXD
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>FRESH DRUGS and CHEMICALS.<
Toilet Articles, Paints ,oOils.
YVarnishes, Brushes &c
Both of us being physicians, a d having in our emP]"y
Mz. W. B. £RANFON, a clerk of experience in our line;
we claim advantages not posessed by any Drug House,
Physicians and layety ali- e can always depend on us
for pure drugs and accurately compounded prescriptiyns.
Cheatham & Dean, - - Dawson. Georgia
‘}l WSON NEWS.
1,000 yarde Chambray, worth 10
cents, for Te.
Beautiful double-width ~ Wool
Cashmere, 15¢. worth 23,
100 pieces * 00l Dress Goods,
which we are bourd to eell, price
or po price
500 yards Secrsucker, worth 15
cents, for 81,
DAVIS& DOZIER
2,000 y’ds Ginghains fiom 83 to 10
Beautiful Table Damask, 30 cents,
worth 50.
Big bar ain in Ticking, Blesching,
and Sea Island.
All wool Fiannel, 18¢, woith 25.
100 cug>s new Shoes that must 20,
4,000 yards Jeans from 15¢ to 35,
worth 25 to 50
DENTISTRY.
pr. 7. A.THURMONRD,
| DAVWEON, GA.. . .
FOTER Satisfaction Guarans
LIFPAF % teed in all kinds of Den
tal Work. Old plates repuired
and made cocd as new.
BEST LCCAL ANZESTHETICS USED
for Puinless Extraction of Teeth,
Patronage respecttuily solicited
Office up stairs over Tolbot's store.
R. F. siMMOMS,
ATTCRNEY AT LAW,
DAWION, GA.
Practice in &1l the courts. Parties
having land for sale should call oo
me.
Chas. G. MERCER, |
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DATHON, <Gk l
Will atte..d promptly to all bus
iness, !
GRIGGS & LAING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
DAWSON, GA. :
Prompt attention to all Lusiness
JAS. H. GUERRY,;
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DAVWEBON, GA. |
Business solicited. Prompt at
tention will be givea it. |
Janes & Graham,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
DAWSON, GA: ‘
Business respectfully solicited
J. G. PARKS. H. 8. BELL
J. G. PARKS & CO.,
FIREINSUXANCE AGENTS
DAWSON,; GA.
All kinds of property insured at
reasonable rutes Losses satisfac<
torily adjusted and promptly paid.
Companies represented all strong
jiberal und reliable.
Office over drug-store of Cheat~
ham & Dean, north side of Public
Square
gy 2
W, U, Lewis,
- FANCY AND FAMILY
G ROCOE RIKS
TOBACCOS.
Sold by the box at manufscturs
er’s prices, and very low
by retaii.
Dried Beet. | Mott's Cider
A lot of the cels ' Peach and ap
ebrated “K eus | ple ulways on
tucky” just hand. Bodaand
received. ' Lemonude.
THE ALLIANCE
Is especinlly nvited to look at
my tobaccos before bu}gin%
W. T, LEWIS.
DAWSON, GEORGIA, SEPTEMBER 25, 1889
17,000 yards Calico be. to Te.
Sheeting and Checks at factory
prices.
500 yards new Satlcens at 8%,
worth 123
Hose, Handkerchiets, Collars,
Cuffs, Shirts, Gloves, Hoods,
Uunderwear, Ribbous, ete., for a
rONg
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i ORI ey :
| FiETe AncgAL!
- (CLEARANCE SALE
1 ‘June |to Aug. 1, 1888
3 e
$25,000|
! Worth of Planos and Organs
| From bost makers to he closed
! vt repanilesscloost or valng,
i Stoekioniarse, Ilustcobvest
iniocconaki o imsiaM mend adsets,
‘ Somo, ontively NIW INSTRU
MENTS not vsed o day,
Home, Near!y New-used s few
’ monihs only.
Zome, ns2d arene or so.~Nome,
| waed swo to three years,
| Sowme, ineHocend Hands--taken
r:, R e eNy
—Restrung i2estoved in Tone
ard Action, ned mado good ior
years of sexvice,
BAR(;,HHS;«I:J:'ERY OANE. l
| EASY TERWS,
Your OWN TIRMS atmost.
Very light Fienthly Payments,
or Smufi Cash Paymént and bals
} ance whin you got rendy.
~ |CASH BUYS CHEAP.
‘, Give yom all the time wanted
| but 3POT CASH will save you
’money. TRY US ON. Wo wil}
weet yoir every tlno.‘
FIANOS
| ‘£9 ‘_ )'75, $ qu’ $ ' 50-
|24, 335, 350, ST,
WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET.
| CLEARANCE SALE
‘ SUMRIER 1889.
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~ {LDADEN & BATES, S.M.H.
I SAVAMZIAH, GA.
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WANTED!
Melton Brd’f. want
twenty thousand lbs.
of Bright Pealed
iDried Peaches.
| LETTERS FRON THE PEOPLE.
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; CANDIDATE SUGGESTED,
I Mg. Eprror—ln your last issue
iI noticed an article headed “City
Politics," in which you stated that
our present mayor would likely
ask for reselection, an? that he
would in all probability be op
posed by cither Capt. Wm. Kaigler
or Judge R, F. Simmons. While
pothing caii b-2aid aghinst the in
tegrity of either of these thrce
wnpu!ar and respected citizens, I
‘would ask, isit not time" to put
aside the old officeholders and pol.
Jiticians and look among the young«
er generation for a set of officers
to shape and guide the aflsirs of the
city? lam decidedly of the opin
ion that we can get equally as
goud timber at least a generation
younger, and I am heartily in fa
vor 0f doing so. I havein view a
young man, posgibly not over
twenty-five years of age, who, I
believe, would be most acceptable
to the people ot the city. He was
‘born and reared in our midst, and
‘throughout nis whole career he
has so conducted himsel! that a
single objection could not be found
to him, lotelligent, moral, inde,
‘Pendent, enterprising and Lonest,
I think he is well worthy of the
city’s confidence, While he has
never beea consulted about the
matter, I believe were he aps
proached in the proper way he
would consent to make the race,
and were he elected he would make
an execcutive of whom Dawson
could well fteel proud. Iu pre~‘
senting the name of Mf. Edward
R. Ocer 1 do it believing that it will|
meet with the aoprobation of
the majority of the best
citizens of our city. Make up
a ticket composed of substans
tial, moral aud progressive young
men ot the city, put at its head the
name of Ed. Orr, aud I believe it
would eail on to victory with the
ease that virtue sails on to te
ward, Voree.
September 20th, 1889.
WHERE ARE THE HEALTH OFFICERs?
Epitor News—Allow me a
short space to express the opinion
of alarge number of our citizens
in regard to the sanituiry conditon
ot our city.
“Whew !” 12 the word, and uns
less the cause of this exclamation
is speedily removeld a large pums
ber of our present population will
be fourd resting quietly bencath
the daisies ere the next census is
takea. It as‘ranger were to drop
down in certain portions of this
city after nightfall, wheu the stilly
bieeze could waft to bhis nasal ap
p:ndage the various odors which
laden said beeeze, he would think
he was in the midst of some colossal
butcher pen, or had unpectedly
fallen into a sink. ~llthis is not
in accordance with the ideas
of cleanliness, and physiology telle
us we cannct exist uuder such con
ditions. Noris it in conformity
with our city ordinace, which is
prrticularly explicit on this sub
jeet, but more explicit than strin
gent. A slight inspection of some
of the water closets, as prescribed
by law, would, I believe, be ben
eficial. SUFFEREP.
K K
COTTON BEED HULLS.
Mr. Eprror—-1 wish to regoms
mend cotton seed hulis as a gotd
food for cows. I saw end endorse
what the Journal bad to say about
exchanging cotton seed for cotton
seed meal; and all farmers who
have done this will doubtless join
me in the endorsement, But I no~
tice the Journal only recommended
the hulls as bedding for stock. I,
with many others of my knowledge,
have used hulls for cow foéd, and
I congider them as good as either
shucks, fodder or hay,
FARMER,
. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises,Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains, { orus, and
al! Skin Eruptions, and posiiively
cures Piles. It 15 guaranteed to
give periec satisfaction, ¢.© money
refunded. Price 25 cents pér box.
For sale by Crouch Bros:
BUILDERS AND BUILDINGS.
I Mr. J. A. Chambliss is having
| plans m=de fora resideace in Daws
son and expects to begin building
about the first of next mouth.
Mr. Chambliss bought a lot from
!Rev. B. W. Davis, adjoining A. P.
iHntcher, paying therefor $375.
'Mr. Chambliss comes to make
iDawso“n his home. and he will
! make a good addition to our citi
| zenshin,
The Baptists of this city . have
f"m’ised $4,000 for & new chureh,and
‘there iz no Jonger aoy doubt about
their building a handsome edifice.
The Methodists have bought a new
lot and will huild a handsome
church and par-sonage next spring.
The Baptists ot : ‘hickasawhatchie
are making arrangements to build
a new house of worship. Some of
the membership want the church
removed to the Cioss Roads.
A committee has b en appoints
ed to select 4 location.
John Turner’s eleaant néw home
on College street is nearing com-s
pletion, and he and his family will
soon be domiciled io one of the
prettiest residences in the city.
The handsome residence of
Major Mims is nearing completion.
He and his family are already
oceupying it. }
It is said by knowing onesthat
fifteen or twenty handsome stores
and residences will go up in the
city next year.
The Two Faces in Dewson.
The NEws contemplates with
gratification the amicable relations
that exist hetween the whites and
ne;roes in this immediate region.
It is in beautiful contrast to the
estrungement that characterizes
the twe races at some other points.
We are tronbled with no anxiety
for the immediate future, for the
whites respect the rights of their
colored fellow éitizerls;, and have a
iull sense of the responsibilitics
that rest on the stronger and more
enlightened race thrown in con
tact with a weaker. The relations
between the white and colored race
is sincerely cordial, and there is
evefy reason to encourage the hope
it that it will so remain, Ouf peo
ple are not in sympathy with any
movement that infringes upon the
rights of the colored people, and
believe in fair and honest dealing
with them,and eich race recognizes
the proprieties and barricrs
which pature and circumstances
have formed. There are occasione
ally individual difficuluies,but th.y
are so regarded, and never result
in any widespread disaffection,—
The whites of Dawson are remark
able for the consideration which
they show the negroes,and the ne
groesin turn are noted for polite
aud quiet deportment.
il
Elsctric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need
no fl[)eviul mention, éll vho have
uscd Electric Bitters sing the same
shing of praise'— A purer medicine
does vor exist and it is guaranteed
to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the
Liver and Kiduesvs, will remove
Pimples, Boile, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure
blocd.—Will drive Valaria from
the system and prevent as well as
cure all Malarial tevers. ~For cure
of Headache, Consumption and In
divestion try Electric Bitters—En
tirs satisfaction guaranteed,or mon
ey retunded.—Price 50cts. and
$l.OO per bottle at Crouch Bros.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentary and bloody flux in Pope
county, llivois, last ‘ummer. Asg
many as five deaths occurred in
one day. Messrs. Walier Bros.,
of Waltersburg, sold over 380 bot
tles of Chamberlain’s Colie, Chol.
era and Diarhea Remedy during
this epidemic and say they never
heard of its failing in a single case
when the directions wete followed
It was theonly medicine used that
didcure the worst cases. Many
persons were tured b{ itafter the
doctors liad given them up. 25
and 50 cent bottles for sale hy all
druggists.
THosE ingenious New England
farmers who stocked their old home
steads with bogus antique ‘urnis
wure and sold it at fancy prices to
city visitors, are now able to answ
er the question, *“‘Does Farming
Pay?
hAPPY AND SOBER.
Editor Grady has been Impresss
ed, in his tour of speech~making
throngh the noble old State of
Georgia with the fact that her peo
ple are happy and sober. We
knew that that this city had happi
ly reformed, and that tbx'foughdq‘t!
this entire section sobriety charac
terized the people intent upon the
industrious discharge of life’s duti
es that devolve upon every station.
There are sporadic cases of drunk
enness now, hut 1t isa pieau.nt
change from the epidemic off S:-
{ ghriet thgt \revgilg%?&o‘ tha
Teaulta ~of Hhe croel W " The'
country wasin astate of collapse,
the past seemed irretrievable and’
the future wasdark ad forbids
dinz. A wave of sorrow engulfed
the country, and strong men be<
came weak and souzht comfort ‘in
the cup that brought indifference,
if not oblivion, 1o their multiplied
troubles. Who can censure, who
can - judge them harshly? The
tem{wmtions were great.
* Happily for the country,
our ‘people have accommodat
ed themselves to tLe altered cons
ditions, and the star of Hope again
shines resplendently on the path of
Southern progress, and hes geop}b
are industrious and contented.
Thesame spirit that made the
Scuth great in war is waking her
clorious in peace: Prirate awmbis
tion and public patriotism are goad-
I ing the people on from business suc
cess to great businessenterprires and
greater projects, through which the
intelligence and moral worth of
this people is illustrated. The truth
is the Southern people are toc busy
toheintemperate, and the inebri
ate soon finds thet heis like a fifth
wheel to the busines world,and eith
er sobers up or is pu-hed aside.
The young men of the South are
especially a sober and industrious
class, they realized that life is ears |
nest and that character is worth
more than capital in business, and
they are inteut upon gathering up
the fragments ot the broken eols
umns of the temple of the Souch's
ante-bellum glory, and érecting an
edifice that shall challenge the ad
miration of the world. Silently
and patiently they toil ; slowly its
walls rise ahove the wreek and ruin
wrought by war, and the ring of |
the immaterial hammers blend in a
new sympho»y—a march of pro
¢ress to .which stroug hands and |
willing {eet keep time inan irresist |
able advance,—~Alany News. '
A Serious Resuft.
As one result of the concentras
tion of negroes in the city, the
custors of planters haviog to send
wagbns in on Monday morping
and hau! out great loads of cotton
pickers,is a most seriousone. They
preter to live in town and eke out
a bare existence, than to live in the
country under circumstances or
greatest comtort. This is a bad
tendency, ard is one rezeon why so
many idle acies lie improductive
in this section, Town has a strong
and unaceountable fascination for
them,ard the ownhers of lots in the
city injured the country and the
city by erowding upou them little
thanties for their accommodation
It has sttracted o grent numher of
nonproducers to the city, snd idlg
ness is & growing siu iv this section
It the lots were viucint now, they
could be sold ac good figures for
dwelling hots:s,
[t Wos't Baxe Breap. -In
other words, Hood's Sarsaprilla,will
not do impossibilites. Its proprie
tors tell plainly what it bas done,
submit proofs from sources of up
questioned reliability; and ask you
frankly if you are suffering fron
avy disease ot aflection caused or
promoted by iwpure blood or low
state of the system, to try Hood’s
Sarsaparilla,” The experience of
others is sufficient assurance that
you will not be disappoinied in the
result.
I have used S. 8. S, for debility
resulting from chills and fever,
and have found it to be the best
tonic and appetizer that I ever took,
It also prevented the return ot the
chills, , s
A.J. Anylin,Earcka Springs,Ark.
Dick Hornhooker is a respectea
and well=to-do colorad citizen of
Springfield, Mo. He says that
one bottle ot Swift's Specifiec curs
ed both himself and wife of a troub
le-some eruption of the skin,, 1
Mr. W. C, White is engineer on
aboat on the Arkannsaw river,
and his address is Little Rogk
He suys that 5. 8,8, has relieved
him of blood poison, which was
the result of malaria and that it
prevents gickness frem the malaria
of the swamps on the river, |
Mr. L. M. Geuella, of Vickss
burg, Miss., says that his system
was poisoned with vicotine from
the excessive use of tobaeeo in
smocking cigarettes. MHe could
not sleep. hs ngpetlte was gone,
and be was in a bad fix generally.
i'e took 8. 8. 8., which drove out
the poisou and made a fiew may of
him,
VOL. VE.—NO. 19.
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ASLEEP ON THE TRACK.
A Httle ohild, tired of pli-. had rillowed his'
at on a nfirfl track and f:fue:"-‘;“l‘e:f:
train was &l 08t upon Liin whien a passing
M 2rd énd suved him from a
death. APB you ure asloep on the
tOG. You are, it yiou are neglecting
; m. congh, the keciic tiuah, the }ontzg
appetite, growing woainess und lassitude,
which have upesnzcisusly crént upon yom,
Wake up, oF tae train will bo upon vou|
Consumption, which thus iusi'vlious?; Instens
its bold upon its victins while they are un
conscious of fts D?‘prt)'wh, musk bdtaken § §
time, if (w 19 be overcom™: - D Pieroe's
Golden Medical Discovery hu-tmm'{-‘,{') thou
gfldfl ©of cases of this most {atal of moTadies:
taken in time, and given & fuir trial, it ie
guarantoed to benefit or cure in every case
of Consumption, or moucy paid tor it will be
pmmp‘flw refundod,
For Weak Lunys, Spittingef Dlood, Short.
xéwu o: 3,'?“{? Hrgnfgisia. Asthina, Severe
0 G indred affecti . g
ghmmmly. I cclions, it i 3 sa effis
Cepyright, 182, Ly WoRLD'S DlB, MaD. Asg'S.
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v ¥ ;:‘zeu;-gt-k]: c;.-\sr‘fl?t \,'at:n‘{h i
> . A the Heed, by the proprietors
of Dr. Baga's Catarrh Remedy,
Sold by drux,\zlslm ::‘.l(:.;\-.‘*\;‘:.‘-::13. Unly&’,m“
TAT I Y
SUWANNEE RIVER.
From Branford, Fla., sitoated
u{)on the romantic Suwannee tiver,
Messrs. Rouse & Thomne wiite, un
der date of Aug. 19th, 1889:
Please forward us another gross of
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
Have sold out every boitie ot last
gross upon your strict guarantee;
and not one bottle returned,
Froma Letter from Graniteville, S.
C., dated Aulgust 26th, 1889,
At the age of 50, with twenty~
five years of aelive practice, 1 am
'a careful observer and ecautious fw
endorsing proprietary ‘medicines;
but I can contcientiously endorse
%'our Johnson's Chill and Fever
‘onic as cne of the best combinas
tion remedies tor Chill and Fever
I have everseen used. It corrects
the vitiated secretions of the liver;
relieves costiveness,and {)romotm'
the absorption and assimilation or
food, thus tulfilling all the indica-~
tious ciaimed for it.
+ Yours truly,
T.P. EDWARDS, M. D.
Fernandina, Fla., &Aug.26th:
A, B. GIRRARDEAU,
Bavannah; Ga:
D-ar Sir: Pleasé senl ud§ oné
gross of Johoson’s Chill and Fever
Tonic. It is the best seller we
have for malarial tevers.
Parmer Bros.
R RS R, .
The claim made for this mede«
icine is a modest one. We maina
tain that itis 100 times better thau
quinine, and 100 years in advance
ofths‘})rofes‘sion in the treatment
of all fevers, from the most mqlir‘
nant types of Bilious Hemotrliagie
Fever to the simplest form ot Chill
and Fever. For sale by all Drugs
gists.
A.B. Garrapuar,Sole Proprietor,
Savannah, Ga.
BUILDING MADE CHEAP,
“-BY CONTRACTING WITH—
GEO, V.PACE,
DAWSON . GA.
——{ e
Contracts for all kinds of builds
ing taken at lowest rates, and ma
terial furnished when desired. I
have been in the business for fif=
teen years and know my business
and guarantee my work.
Mill Work.
1 have had a large experi née in
this live, and guarantee to do good
and cheap work ou new mills op
repairing old ones,
Gin Worl,
I have had twelve ygurs ex‘reriq
ence with machinery aad a full set
of tcolz can make your old gin
work like a new one:. [ have res
aired a large number of gins and
Eave yet to heur the first complaint
of my work or price. I sharpen
gins by machinery or hand and all
work done will ke made payalla
October Ist, 1889,
I will call on you during the
spring and summer months. This
is allowing you a showing, and I
bope you will hold your work for
me. My address i 8 Lock Box
224, Dawson, Ga.
GEQ. V. PACE.
Feh.2o, 1589,

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