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By E. L. RAINEY. ’
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JERUSALEM, THE HOLY CITY. '
Si'ting, as [ am, upou'the siteo! |
King David's place T scc the whole |
curious city spread out below me. i
What a curious city it is! 1o my
tour of the world I have iound no ‘
place so full of strange sights, o'
picturesque character and so difier
“ent in cvery other part of the
- worid. Aside from iia wonderful
Ԥy interesting historieal associations,
%fi%rusu‘cm to~day is a’city of itsel!.
s Fcrty thousand people are packed
Within its narrow walls, and it
dooks nore like a great honcycomb
than a city.
" The houscs are piled one upon
%fiOfl;er in all sorts ot irregula: ities,
and if you would take a half sec
“%ign of the land and scatter over
the whole great piles of gigantic
store boxes just as you find tlxcm!
back of a large store, you might '
get some idea of Jerusalem as it
looks to me from Mount Zion.
The houses have no chimneys and
their stone roofs are in every case
almost flat Many ot them lmvel
little bee nive domes jutting nut of
their ¢ nter, and if the town were
on a level these domes would look
like the haycocks ot eome great
meadow at the time of harvest.
Yellow limestone is the material
of Jerusalem. The wood used in
the building of the whole city
would not last an American family
a wiiter, snd the roofs, walls and ;
floors of these thousands of houses |
are of eold, yellowish white limc~'
stone. Iven in the Bishop’s man- |
&ion, which isone of the fivest in 1
the city, I get out of bed on a|
stone floor and I walk to my breaks |
fast through stone walls, down l
stone steps. }
There are o wells in the city of i
Jerusalem. All of the water comes |
downin'rain, and the trees and }
gardens of the town can be num- |
bered on the fingers. The bhills|
about the city are almost as barren §
as those of New Eagland, and the |
ouly loliage visible is the dark sil- i
very green of the olive orchards on |
the Mount of Olives and along tl.e[
hills between Jaffa and Bethlehem, |
The only green to be seen is an i
acre or 8 of common inside the{
walls of the temple plutean, and
here and there a housetop which by
age has gathered'a coating of dirt
from the dust of the city, and on
which the green grass has sprouted
Here and there you sea ruined
chears which are tos dangerous to
be inbabited by the bees of this
humaa hive, and on these the moss
aad grass grow. §There is one |
bushy tree at the base of Mount
Calvaro, and a solitary palm looks i
out over the city beside the bus~
iness street named after Kiug‘
David. It is not an attractive
looking town and its glaring cream
white makes sore the eyes under
the rays of the tropical sun. ‘
The walls of Jerusilem ar:
clean and well cut, and they have
not the dilapidated condition of
these of the cities of China. They
ere entered by gates which are
closed at night, and at each of
these gates Mohametan | soldiers
stand and exact a toll on all pro.
duce which comes into the city.
The main business gate is that
which leads out behind ths Tower
of David towards. Jaffa, through
which the Bethlehem girls bring
their vegetables every morning to
gell, and *hrough which all ot the
imports which come by the sea are
brought in. This gate lies at my
feetand I can see the curious things
whicl. passes through it day in and
day out. There are pilgrims hy
the thousands and all ot the various
characters which make up this
curious people.
There goes a donkey led by a fat
Turk in yellow gown and red turs
bin; he is barefooted and he is
bringing wood into town to seil.
The woad is the roots of'vlive trees
and his donkey load is worth just
twenty-five cents, and he has had
to pay three cents tax upon it at
the gate. There is a Syrian Bedou.
ing upon a gray Arabian Povy.
He sits asstraight ae a telegraph |
pole and he loo%(s with won«feringi
glances out ot his fierce black eyes
at the crowd about him. He has
a black and white woolen blanket
on his back, aud his head is cov
ered with a great yellow handker~
chief which is bound about the
erown with two strandis of hair
cord as big around as your finger,
Behind bim comes three camels
loaded with the oranges of Jafia.
Each carrics a cart Inad in the two
crates which haug on each ride of
his back, and they grunt and
grumble a 8 their Bedouing drive
drazs them along vith astring tied
to their noses. Next comesa troop
of Turkish soldiers in blue IKuro
pean uniforms and red fex caps.
They knock aside the Christians as
they vo along, and it makes one's
blood boil to know that this land,
which is the holiest of ali to Churiss
tian nations, ‘sin the hands of the
Turks. The sound of the Turkish
hand is continuously heard in
Jerusalem. The Turkish sword
<ud gun are everywhere, and the
Holy Sepuleare itself is guarded
by Tuarke.
o e
Can’t Pieass All.
The newspaper man must bear
the censure, and share no praise.
Without apologetic accompaniment
we reproduce, with our indorses
ment, the following from the Ma
rietta Jowrnal, through every line,
phrase and sentence of which runs
astrong vein of truth. The as—
piration and ambition of the new.»
paper man is to improye his con
mubity interests, but Lie is seldom
‘accorded credit for his efforts, no
‘matter how labored or praise
worthy. The Jowrnal says ;
“The more a newspaper man ex.
erts his ability to please a whim
pering publie, the more gocd le
does for a town, the more charits
ble he beconies, the more he is crit
icised Spenking of this a writer
hus said : “The man who can run
a newspaper without being criticis.
ed, censured and threstened has
never been found. He is a bar
ren ideality, beautiful to think
about, but incapable of taking on
mortality and associating with vuol
gar hunanity. Itis as imposible
for him to please everybody us it
is for everybody to please him,and
the sooner hie makes up his mind
to *his stubborn fact the better for
everybody concerved. If he works
hard for the pubiic good Le ievetves
private ccnsure; it he complis
menfs merit, he iz eensured by
Jealous demerit; if he approves
morality, he is cursed by immoral
ity ; if he tries to be fair, he is
ceusured by the unfair; if he makes
‘a mistake, feware found toover
ook it or apologiza for him. No
matter how good his motive mav
be, how innocent his purpose or
how studied his writings, he is
picked to pieces, misicpresented,
| maligned, ridiculed, sometimes lick
‘ed, and seldom ever defended. lle
writes from twelve to fifteen hours
)a day for a bare living. while oth.
er men get rich around him. IHe
works up a marriace notice many
I_\'nrds long to the quesn's taste
for nothing, and 18 threatened with
a libel suit or a duel if he records
‘& drunken sprec of the croom six
E mounths afterwards, Yes, it is im
posible, we repeat, for a newspa
per man to please cverybody. As
well attempt to chain the wind or
stop the fury of the lightning”
“I eannot praise lood’s Sarsap
arilla balf enouzh,” suysa mother
whose son, almost blind with sero~
fula, was cured by this medicine.
Cholera n Michigan.
Dr. F. D. Larke, of Rogers City,
Michigan, says the epidemic of last
year in Presque Isle county. in
which so many persons lost their
lives, wes cholerie dysentary in
siead of cholera as drst leported.
He used Chamberlsin's ~ Colie,
Cholera and Diarhoa Remedy ond
says it succeeded where all other
remeties friled. Not a single case
was lost in which it was used.
This remedy is the most re'izble
and most successful oedicine
known for colic, eholera morbus,
dysentary diarrhoca and bioody
flux. 25and 50 cent bottles for
sale by all druggists.
R TOLk HELG A l
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gmfi.u_[;}j
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A VLI E
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Absolutely Pure,
This powder never varies. A
marvel of purity, strength and
wholesomeness. More cecnomical
than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be «old in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight
alum or phosphate powders. Nold
only in cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER, CO., 106 Wull St,,
NY
HERE YOU ARE!
SIADE BROS.
dJUST ARRIVED
WITH Tiio CAR LOADS
Texzas lorses
Cull Early And Get The Pick,
BRYAN STABLES'
TRUTH.
T s >ms sirangs that anysne will cot
tinue to sufier from the cffect of ma
laria, blood poison.soreness of the liver
and kidaeys, rheumatism, ctc., when there
is a cure within the reach of all. It has
never failed to give complate satisfaction,
curing safely, surely and quickly every
symptom cfill health resulting {rom astate
of Liood impurity. From its use pimples
and sores rapidly get well, aches and pains
subside, weakness, stiff joints, swollen
limbs, dyspzpsia, want cf appetite all dis:
appear. 1t is calizd Lotanic Bicod Balm,
nade in Atlanta, Ga., and has long been
che favorita romedy of the South. Itisa
perfectly scfe blood remedy and general
tonic, and much quicker ia its action than
mediciae usually adminisiered by physi
cians, for while nearly the same iangre
dients sz/ght be prescribed, it hardly possi
bie the same ingredients in the strength
and same quantity wox/d be unsed; and
herzin is the superiority of B. B.'B. over
all blood medicinss in the werld, as is cvi
denced by the remarkable tastimony given
by those who Lave been cured even when
aft other treatment uterly fail>d. Read the
following :
HawkiNsviLLs, Ga., Feb. 26, 1887,
fTT}I IS is to cortify that iny wife has bees
in bad bealth for cight years. After
l trying fivé doctors andy:?x or saven
& ~ different patent
WEAKNESS j,edicines Isi.\: bot
tles of vour B. B. B. has cured her,
Jarmes W. LANCASTER.
BI B. B'
KnoxviLLE, TNy, July 2, 1387,
have had catarrh of the head for six
i.'cars. I went {0 a noted docter and
he treated me for it, but could not cure
me, he said. 1 was over fifty years old,
and [ gave up to dic. 1‘ haff Jis'.rcssing
couzh ;my cyes were
CATARRH swollen, :.:);d ium con
fiident I could not have lived withouta
change. I sent and got one bottle of your
medicine, used it, and felt better. Then
I got four more, and, thank God, it cured
me. Use this any way you may wish for
the good of sufferers,
MRs. MATILDA NiIcHOLS,
22 Florida Street
BB B.
MAXEY, GA., Jan. 3, 1686,
T YOR twelve years I suffered -from
F secondary and teraary blood poison.
My face” and shoulders became a
mass of corruption and the disease began
to cat my skull bones. Itwas said I must
surely ce;s. but 1 tricd a bettle B. B. B.
with {)enefit, and using eight or ten bottles
more I became sound and well, and have
been so for twelve months.{Hundreds
of scars can
BLOOD POISON ¢ lot oa
me, and I extend heartfelt thanks for so
valuable a remedy. ROBERT WARD.
We know Roflert Ward and that he
has been cured by Botanic Blood Balm.
A.T. Brightwell, W. C. Birchmore, & Co.,
J. H. Brightwell, John T. Hart, W. B,
Campbell.
B. B. B‘
WAYNESBORO, Miss., July 14, 1887
Y sister was afilicted for a number
of years with boils scattered about
all over her person. They would
make their appearance everg
spring and last through the summer an
late in the fall. Illcr hcarlith I:vasdsz.dly ixr].-
ared,losing flesh and strength
BOILS Ic:)very day ;oin fact, thef" were
sapping herlife. T gave herone bottle of B.
B. I§., and the cffect was like magic,produc
ing a complete cure and restoring her
health. To-day she is perfectly sound and
her health fully restored. It is without
doubt the best and most valuable Blood
Purifier now on the market,
D. M. McRAE.
B - B = B.
suffered uatold miscry for years from
inflammatoery ri:eumatism, and could
find nothing to cure or relieve me.
finally made up my mind to nr)cake
RHEUMATISM o ist
of the terrible afiliction, and it mnow
affords me the greatest pleasure of
my life to state to the citizens of Smith
county that I am entirely cured, with no
trace of the discase left, and all effected
by the magic healing properties of B. B.
8., which I considcr the grandest, purest
and most powerful blood remedy ll()nown
to man. I have been subject toimflamma
tory attacks since ten years of age.
Joux M. Davis, Tyler, Texas.
B. B“B.
OR five years 1 have been suffer-
F ing with a weak back from resuit of
an iniury received, attended by rheu
matism. I had togive up my regular busi
ness and tgke the position of night-watch
man. lh;?vcdcrivcd ra—atrclie{;andbene
fit by using Dotanic B%ood Balm, and have
regained my strength sufficiently to re
sume my regular work. II th(ilnk I%ota}x;fic
Blood Balm has
WEAK BACK given me perma
nent relief. 1 am now able to per
form work that I have not had strength
to to do for five years, and cheer
fully endorse B. B. B, which has proven
to be the only medicine that will give me
relief, OLIVER SECOR,
114 Streeper St., Baltimore. Md.
B - B L B .
ALAPAHA, GA., June 22, 1837.
had suffered from “dyspepsia, for
over fifteen years, am{ during that
time tried every thing 1 could hear of,
and spent over €3OO in doctors’ bills
without receiving the slightest benefit.
Indeed, 1 continued to grow worse.
Finally, after I despaired ofobtaining re
lief, a friecnd recommended B. B. B.
(Botanic Blood Balm)_and I began usincf
it; not, however,ex ecting to be benefitted,
After using a ha.lFbot}:le Ilwas satli)sfi_ed
- that was ein
DYSPE PSIA benefitted,and whefi
the sixth bottle was taken I felt like a new
man. I would not take $l,OOO for the good
it has done me; in fact, the relief 1 (‘Feriv
ed from it is priceless. I firmly believe
that I would have died had I not taken it,
® THOMAS PAULK
STATHAN & FARRUM,
A 0 ;
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AR e Ho et gt
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Livery and Sale Stables.
DAWSON, : : GA.
——— e () {() ————
The Lest Carriages and Buggies
for hirein the city, Horses boarded
at $lO. PER MONTH, and sent
10 any part of the city at all hours,
Heapquarters For Drovers
N Y
For Sale.
Two good young mules. Cash
or credit. JonN SANDERS.
ThE
< : YR . £
Finest shoe Made.
ZEIGLER BRO'S,
f )~: B
b SR %
Fta : 7;;(?_;'.;
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AN T R N
EARY AT A
,gf‘ér"“"‘;’fif"" b R
& &
Sold ounly by
Davis & Tozier.
Conrecrionesy |
When needing Candies, Crack
ers, Apples, Oranges, Banannas,
Lemons, or anything in the Cons
fectionery line, call on
C. L. MIZE, |
at his old stand on Main street,
where yon will always find a first
c.ass assortment,
FRESH AND NICE.
I contiaue to make a specialty
of Books, Stationery and Art
Goods. T aign sell the Donestic
Sewing Machine, which leads
them all. Come to gee me and 1
will please you.
C. L. MIZE, Dawson, Ga.
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
A Borßes
R On
\\flg‘,gcrgc LEg'®
mnnu.
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s 7,
£regLasses: U
BAT 2 JULY 157 1879,
MR H. HIRSCHBERG,
T'ne wellsknown Optician of 629
Olive strect St. Loats, has apnoints
ed Dr, W, C. KENDRICK
of Dawson, Ga., as agent for his
celebrated Dimord Speetacles and
Eyeglases and also for hrs Diamondi
Non-Chanzeible © pectacles and
Lyeglasses. These glisses are the
gre.test invention ever nm.de in
Specteles. Py a proper corgtiue
tion of the Lens a person purchas
ing 2 puir of these Nen-Changeal:l
Glosscs pever has to change these
Glastes from the cves, ond ev
ery pair purchased are guar
anteed so that if they ever leave
the eyes (no matter now seratched
the lLeuses are) they wili furnish
the party with a new peir of
Glasses free of charge.
DR. W. C. KENDRICK hasa
full sssortment. andinvites all who
wizhes to satisty themsalves of the
Great Supe‘iority of these Glasses
over any and all others now in use
to call and examine the same at
DR, W. C. KENDRICK'S
Drug Stoxro.
- LOOK OUT!
i
Groeeries cheaper
than everalsoßoots
Shoes and Domestic
| Dry Goods at ex
ceedingly low prices
Cn Sept. Ist. 1 pro
pose to adopt the
SPOT CASH basis,
ian(l I can by that
. means affordto sell
ifrom 10 to 25 per
cent cheaper, and
!will doso. To con
vince you that I
‘mean what [ say,
,call and see for
yourself,
I willalso buy gre
ceries, such as flour,
,meat, bran, ete., in
quantities that will
secure the best and
lowest figures, and
will give my cus
tomers the benefit
of it.
M.E. JENNINGS. [
I't will do you good to price Hors
ley & Killen’s Dress Goodg, Cloth
ing and Gent’s Furnisning Goods
before you buy,
J. R. MERCER & CO.
—WILL SELL YOU A— |
|
Wagon, Bugay, Road Catt,
Carrviage, Surrey on. Phaelon |
On as easy terms as any house in Georgia. Call on them ac their‘
New Iron Repository, where vou will find Mr. J. W, BROWN ever
ready to weiton you. Goeod Notes Prelerable to Money. Don't forget
WE SELL THE BEST WAGONS MADE.
The Studedebaker, Tennessee, Old Hickory, Atlanta, ‘“‘Hatcher
IronY and Peidmont.
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC fiND COMMERCIAL.
DAWSON, e % - GER ORGIA
A e
MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENT UNSURPASSED.
Ouly professional teachers, who know what teteach and how to teach
are employed.
The very best homes for boarding pupils. For Cstalogue and par
ticulars address
| L.eonidas Jones Pres
T. 0. WHITCHARD & 0.,
o
ARENOW PREPARED to MEE COMPETITION.
Our Groceries Are Fresh and Fancy.
-———oo—
LOTUS PATENT FLOUR. i WM. HUME'S CUMBERLAND
SNOWFLAKE } Patent FLOUR , RIVER SALMON.
VEACH'S FAVORITE FLOUR. 1 ALLIGATOR OYSTERS.
ROYAL BU ' PER 10BACCO.| AR OUR'S LUNCH TONGUL.
MAGNOLTA HAMS. il.‘v!T’Oß'l‘El) SARDINES,
ARBUCKLES COFFEE. + EVAI'ORATED FRUIT.
——t () e
Just Received:
ORE CAR WHTE SATK SALT.
OHE CAR BEA¥, RYE ARD BARLEY,
OKE CA& TEXAS RUST-PRODF SEED DATS.
50 BUSHELS GEDRSIA RUST-PROOF LATS.
~——GIVEUS A CALL——
T. O. WHITCIIARD & CO.
i ¥ i £Y g
LA i
Leads the state IHaving superior railroad raeilities she can pay more
for cotton than any town in this sceiion. She especiaily enters for
TERRELL COUNTY COTTON
And Terrell planters may rest assured they will met the top priees.
We bave purchased=the larze warchou=e ot Tift &Co and have su
perior iacitities for haudling eotton. Bring your cation to Atbany and
store with us, and we will convince you that what we say is true.
(¥R & WOOLFOLK
CARTER & WOOLFOL ,
AL TIFT & CO'S OLD STAND, : 3 ! ALBANY, GA.
16 Al
b ERE
OF
T v -4 ' n ¥\ m
[ERRELL & ADJOINING COUNTIES,
In this, our NINTH ANNUAL CIRCULAR, we deem
it unnecessary to parade before you the usual advantages
that we have been giving our customers, as they are well
known, however we will say that we propose to do all that
we have been doing for the past BIGHT YEARS.
Now we are offering NEW ADVANTAGES ty which
we wish to call yonr atteution,
We will catry an “open policy” of insurance on all cotton
in our warehouse, which cur customers can have advantage
of at the low rate we obtain by such a policy, We will
also pay ONE FOURTH OF A CENT per pound on all
cotton sold us on account in August, ONE EIGHTL on 41l
in September and ONE SIXTEENTIL in October,
We hope our friends will figure on this proposition and
see if it will pay to take advantage of, We knowit will.
We will retail to our customers, BAGGING and T'IES
at cost on the usual time.
Mr H O, Thornton will assis{ ovr regular corps of men
in the warehouse department. ;
We guarantee satisfaction and promise that your patron
age will be appreciated. 4
: Yours truly,
Dawson, Ga, July 20th. J. R. MERCER & CO.
GROCERY “HOUSE
Restaurant and Saloon
Is building up a business that is
runring fast ahead of other busi
ness houses in this pluce in the
quality of gacds and in low prices.
liisGßO(fi‘:RY HOUSE w:ll be
made a big thing. His BAR is
stocked with an excellent quality
of liquors His brands of liquors
‘are kunown far and near for their
gurity. and whoever drinks at or,
uys from his bar are guaranteed
only.the pure stufl. Up stairs
above his groco:y house is his
RESTAURANT. ibhis will be
firstclassard at all hours meals
will be served. Fresh Fish and
Oysters served on short notice, and
all things else in the market al
ways ready tor the restaurauni ta- '
ble. Patronage solicited and sat
istaction guaranteed. |
W. J. SILADE.
L ok Lt 3.3
4 e CUURES IN FROM
! (:) oue to five days.
} I::,l Manufactured only b
Crouch Bros,
m DAWSON, - GA.
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SOUTHWEST GEORGIA
MILITARY ANDD
—AGRICULURAL -
COLILEG E
CUTHBERT, GEORGIA,
e O
Next session begins Sept. 4th,
Full corps ot professors.
TUTTION FREE.
Board $9,00 per month. |
Send For Catalogue. To J
A, J. CLARK, President,
N‘ Fo. TIFT & COO
Heving purchased the large stock of N. & A. F. Tift & Co. at g libere
al disconnt, are prepared to offer
In all Tines. We have added largely to this stock aud now have the
most complete line of
A Y AE T DO 3
FARMER'E GOODS
In this section. Our line embraces HARD WARE, WOODEN.
WARE, BOOTS and SHOES, DRY GOO LS, GROCERIES,HATS'
Ete.
BUGGIES AND WAGONS.
One car load just in and more to follow. When you come to Albany,
which is the best cotton market in Southern Georgia. don’t fajl to c,}i
n us; we will treat you right. N, F. TIFT & ¢O.
WITH ITS OWN VOLITION
&
=9 ' W&
—— e
Like the Great town ot Dawson, it is ecarricd on o SUCCESS b
MERIT ALONE.
) :
The South~wrest Ga.,
MERCANTII.EK HOUS
Is as tull of good things as are the ferti'e farms around Dawson,
| ———— ) ———
“BOONM:”
Is the word, and we vropose to head the procession in our line, W,
feel that our efforts 1o nand'e
Flirst- Class Croods
\ at prices that defy competition, have heen appreciated by the people
this and surroundine counties, and makes us more than ever dutermi
ed to fill every possible wart that might ar'se. We are in the lead a
prepose fo stay there, it LOW PRICES, ENERGY and FAIRDEA
ING will do it. Furmers, Mechanies, Pro‘essionals, and all othe
call in and look at the handsomest stock of
% anrne EnaTiouD ARTC € Q
DRY GOTDS, HOTIONS, BROTS, SHOES,
aTo RITYeg S
HATS, HARDWARE and FURNITUR
! Ia Southwest Georgia. When we have feasted your eyes on
| goods, your pocket book will fly open with its own volition.
| A.J. BAT.DWIN & CO.,
‘The Chean Mercantiie Houss. - - Dawson
- W. C. KENDRICK
e -/i _El‘%._.;'J,L 4 4 .
| ~==o _DEALER {3 IN———
i 3 *,\//'
| R A INT i
DRUCb AND IVIIEDICINES.
Y 3oty A AEr O AN X
i Main StrEpt, Dawsox, Ga.
i —E - E—
-1 Pasa ‘ulf line of everytling usually keptin a
- DRTC SOOI EL.
; They must be sold. CIIISAP
| SR OO T S Sitiemenn s
i i = b= A g e Gl
: e SO e
|
- COE TARRAR 1s vy agent,and 2!l my business is entrnsted toh
He is anthorized to make s vy settlement, an.l cive receipts in myn
for any money due m-:
- Parties owing me necd noi wait fo the top ervop to open, or for
return home to pay e, bt comember that 3w o ed the money to
‘notes and dralts that zee uow falling due, s eome at the earliest
ble day and, pay the umount to Bud Farrar. and it will be Just
zame thung as’ paying it to me,
W. C. RENDRICE, M. D.
——HOR -
iR .1 gt :
Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, Clocks,
‘ \
spectacles &e
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CATIT: ORT .
N. B. BARNE
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Repairing atßock Bottom pri
Main Sticet, Dawson, Ga___
--PLANTER'S WAREHOUSE
® Sed
DAWSON, GEORGIA.
. I am still at my old stand, South side
ofthe Public Square, on Main Street, and
\ am prepared to accommodate all my old
customers, and as many new ones as feel
disposed to give me their patronage. \
A gosd house for all persons who de
sire to remain here at night, with good
stalls for stock, and plenty of water
the lot. 4
--Eogsing and Tie
Always on hand. Patronage respectfully solicited.
Aug. 14, 1889, ] J. M. SIMMONS, PgroPRI
Capt. John A, Fulton
Is agent for the Americus Re
corder, The Atlanta Constitution
The Sunny South and The New
York Ledger and the Macon Tele~
graph
R
DUN nl]
W
of losing your child by ritting o
work uu{ (u destruction. w'""“ ";3.‘“
sleep well, {8 restless, unnutum' ln ind
and grinds ll.sh teezh.",v‘uu hfl”"“' ;o‘:),,gla i»
of Worms ; thd positive cure £
FAHVESTOCK'S VERMIFUEE
‘ruggist for it. Its timely LS
:hild from its grave.

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