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By E. L. RAINEY.
-DAWSON, G\, Ocr. 30, 1889,
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIE COUNTY.
Advertisers should rvemember thet
the News:is the Official paper of both
the Town and County Ogicers, ana
we guarantee our Cirevlaticn to cquad
the combined eweulations of the two
other papers publishea n the county.
SRI BT
* Senator Wooten's Speech.
We have on file Senator Woo~
ten’s speech on betterments, which
we will publish next week. It is
. the strongest speech yet delivered
_ on that important question.
= We consider Senator C. B.
- Wooten without a superior in the
* Georgia legislature.
~~ The Court House Bill.
~Every citizen of the county
!hould examine carefully the court
houu bill which the NEews pub
lished in its issue of the 16th inst.,
and which the voters of the county
will gooa be called upon to ratify
or reject. The NEws believes this
examination should be made with
adesire to find reasons for sups
perting the bill rather thau faults
which will justify opposition to it,
To us it scems that Terrell couniy
can 1o longer afiord to allow her
most prominent public building to
be such a one as would reflect
diseredit on a backwoods county.
The county cannot take bor props
er place among the prosresive
countics of the sfule under such
conditions, nor will Ler growth
continue at the rate which hae
marked it for the last few vears,
A vote-two thirds as larce as
that cast at the last cotnty eleo.
tion, when sharp p"]‘.-,():l.'a)- rivals
ries and g warm prelemivary can-
vass broughit almost every voler to i
the poils, would lave to be cast in |
the bond clcetion, orall the troubs
would go for nothing, The prop
osition wonld e defeated, not be
cause the pecple were opposed to
it, but leoavee encugh interest
could not be excited to hold ale
gal election on an issue into which
the personal element did not enter.
The NEws is in favor of a new
court house, as it is of everything
that tends to help forward onr
grand county to the great place
ebe should oceupy in the admira.
ton ot strangers and in the pride
of her citizens.
The county commissioners meet
on next Tuesday, and they should
order an early election, It is the
wish of all whom we lave heard
express themselves that the elees
tion be held in December.,
Our Senator Edward’s Eloguence,
Senator Bdwards, who has
bardly opened his mouth this ses.
sion, surprised those who do pot
know him by his elegant speech
on the bill to set apart two reoms
of the new capitol for the presers
vation of war relics, Senator Eds
wards improved the occasion to
stir the silent patriotism f the
senate. Hisallusion to the glory
of the coufederate in arms snd his
tribute to the old south were of o
high order of cloquence. The
speech was bul fiiteen minutes
long, but it etirred the scnate so
deeply ‘that a nunber of senators
came up to Senator Edwards at i(s
conclusion and gave Lim their
bands and congratulstisng, /o).
ta Constibution,
Corporal Gunn is sorely distresse
ed about the morals of Dawson.
The Corporal has missionary
ground at home and wonld have
his .l time occupicd it he would
look after the moral condition of
his own people. M ost of the dey~
ilment doue here is by people from
the Corporal’s county. We are
also told that blind tigers run at
large in the Corporal’s hamlet.
At o
The npecessity of waterworks is
becoming more apparent cvery
day. Besides cur inadequate wa.
ter supply, the dust dees incalcua
ble damage to the stocks of our
merchants, and is certain'y delete -
rious to health, o say nothiag
of the inconvenience and dizem!iort
it entails upon suflering humanity,
Fome men will no doubt vote
against the public schocl system
for fear ot having to pay a few
‘dollars tax. They overlook the
dact that st will be paid back to
‘them _tensfold in the incresse of
‘operty va'ue.
" E"‘i’flufison @ doinz the dem
eratic cause wuch gocd. |
COULDN'T YOTE FOR IT.
Hon. W. C. Kendrick Tells Why He
Opposed the Olive Bill.
Epiror News:—l was requested
by my adiavee friends to support
the Olive bill, but regret that what
I conceived to be the best interest
of the state, and especially my im
mediite section, prevented me from
carrying out their wishes, Tam
acting under oath to support the
Constitution and study ' the best
interests of the stats, and T conld
not vote against my honest convie
tions. Icaunot see the necessity
of such lezislarion at this time.
We have a railroad commission
whose powers have recently
been increased. That commission
ana the courts of the country are,
in my judgment, amply sufficient
for the protection of the people.
The development of the resources
of Southwest Georgia is our great
est need and desire, and there can
be no doubt that railroads are
needed for that purpose. Our
section needs all the facilities ot
that kind that we can possibly ger.
There is no doubt that legisle~
tion of that kind towards railroads
would have a tendency to check
the prosperity of the country by
driving out capitalists, thereby
preventing the completion ot new
roads. Why should there be any
interfernece’ Where is the op
pression? There never was such
universal prosperity in the history
of cur country. Freight and pas.
senger rates‘were never so cheap
as now; money is plentiful; provis
icns abundant and cheap. All
classes are doing well and it
would Le unwise to make any
change. The truth is,we have en<
tirely teo much legislation.
It is a fact settied beyond dis
pute that the longer the line the
cheaper the freightand passage and
the quicker and more prowpt the
deliv vy, I comsider my vote
agrinst the Olive bill the best one
that I have yet cast.
1 can’t say with any degree
of eertainty whea we will reach a
final e«djournment. There aie sev
eral reasons why the session Lus
been an unusually longone. lirst,
the vast and unprecedented smount
ot leeal legislution, Second, the
amount of time spent considering
bills for educational purposes
"l‘hit-d, the railroad question has
proved to be an elephant on our
‘ hands. Fourth, there hasbeen an
| unuseal amount of friction be
| tween the Bouse and Senate. But
the most otent reason is the mel
‘uu(-holy fact that thereare quite a
| lar -e vumber of men here wno are
‘lmt worth four dollars a day at
{ home, W. C. Kexorick,
MONEY FOR OLD SOLDIERS.
The Payment by the State for Next
Year to Begin Febuary 1,
Judge Roberts, of the court of
ordinary, has received a communij
cation from W. H. Harrison, clerk
of the executive department at At.
lanta,in which Mr. Harrisou states
that Le is instructed by Gov. Gors
don to say that the payment to dis
abled Conlederate soldiers for the
year ending Oct. 24, 1890, will be
gin Feb. 1, 1896,
Four rezsons are assigned for
the order;
1. That the paymeit cannot be
made until the taxes levied for the
purpose have beeu collected and
paid into the state treasury.
2, Becausc the heavy work re
quired to examine, record, and
issue warrants to make these pay
ments can be dove more rapidly in
February and Marel, than any
other time.
3. Beeause it is not desirable to
make the payments for the whole
period in advance
4. Because the payments made
in the early spring distribute the
money throughout the Stateat #
time when it 1s caleu'ated to do the
most good.
The executive department an
ncunces that new blanks willbe pre
pured next January and torwarded
by Feb.l,and the payments will be
made as fast as the aprlication can
be properly eximived and re.
corded.
Those applicants who were pmid
in 1838 and againin 1889 will
not be required to lurnish any
proof by physiciavs, their officers,
or comrades, but they must make
appheations in the regular form
and furnish ordinary’s certificate
of continued citizenship.
Applications for the pension
allowance to disabled soldiers must
be made on the mew blanks only,
which will be furnished by the
ordinary, who will not receive
them until the latter part of Jans
uary, and nllTlicutinu must not be
sent in until Feb. 1, next.
e
Nect Lfter Twenty-Five Years.
Mr, E. T. Keuney and family,
of Dawson, visited the family of
Mr. Jesse Salter not long since.
The twocousing had not met e~
fore in twenty-five years. They
traveled all the way irom Ameris
cusout to Mr. Salter's together,
and as Mr. Salter drove up to his
gate to alight so did Mr. Igenney.
Then and there they first knew
each other, and a general hand~
shaking and welcome began, which
ended in a pleasant and happy vis
it. After long years of separation
how sweetit is to meet kindred
and friends bound to-gether by the
ties of aflection,— Plaing of Dura
Correspondence,
! RUST PROOF OATS.
My oats were not all lost by the
[fire. and those wanting Geruine
' Rust Proof Seed Oats should leave
their orders at Melton Bros'. store.
| B. F. MELTON.
Application for Years Sup
port.
Ordinary’s Office. Oct. 28, 89,
Notice is hereby given that Mary
J. Beal, widow of Richard Beal,
deceased, has applied for years sup.
port for herselt and minor child.
The commissioners have assessed
as said support the sum of two
hundred dollars, and I will pass
upon the same on the first Mon
day in Decembernext, at 10 o’clock
a. m. J. W. ROBERTS,
Ordinary.
For Leaye to Sell -
GEORGTA-—Terrell County.
To all Whom it may Concern.
W. R. Baldwin and A. J. Bald
xin, executors of M H Baldwin,
deceased, have in due form applied
to the undersigned for leave to sell
the lands belonging to the estate of
said deceased, and said application
will be heard on the first Monday
in December next, 1889
J W ROBERTS,
October 25, 1889 Ordinary
For Leave to Sell.
GEORGIA—Terrell County.
To all whom it may concern: J.
H. Hayes, administrator of the es
tate of J. T Hayes, deceused,
hasin due from applied to the
undersigned for leave to sell the
lands belonging to the estate of
said deceased, and said applica
tion will be heard on the first
Monday in Decembher, 1889,
J. W. ROBERTS,
Oct 28th,'1889. Ordinary.
For Letters of Administration
GEORGIA—Terrell County
To ali- whom it may concern
W B Cheatham has in due form
applied to the ardersigned for per
manert letters of administration
on the estate of C A Cheatham,
late of said county, deceased, and
[ will pass upon said applieation
on the first Monday in December.
1889. Given under my hand and
official signature Octoher 9th, 1889
«J W ROBERTS,
| Ordinary Terrell County
)
Terrell Sherifl’s Sales.
Will be sold before the eourt
house door, in Dawson, Terrell,
countyGa,within the legal hours of
sale, on the first Tuesday in No
vember next, to the highest bidder,
the following property to -wit:
The undivided onesfitth interest in
Dits of land Nos. 251, 252, 261 and
262, all in the third district of
said coanty; levied cn as the prop.
erty of Mi:s E W Janes to satisfy
a guperior ¢ urt fifa in favor of
M [ Atkins vs, Miss E W Janes,
Tenant in posession notified.
X _Y{ Tror¥roN, Shenff
October Ist, 1889 ‘
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Administrator’s Sale.
Witl besold ¢t the late residence
of . J. Thompeen, deceased, in
Terrell county, on Thursday, the
17th day of October. 1889, within
the legal hours of sale, the follow
ing property toswit: Two mules,
one horse, 12 head -of cattle, 23
head ofhous, 1 wagon, 1 buggy.
corn, fodder, oats, cotton seed,
plantation tools, household and
kitchen furniture, ete., said prop
erty belonging to the estate of said
deceased The sale to continue from
day to dav.until all of said property
is sold, Terms cagh,
J. 4. THOMPSON,
Adwministrator.
Public Road Notice.
GEORGIA-—-T;-:m}m,L Counry.
To all Whom it say Concern.
All persons ar¢ hereby notified
that if no good cause be “shown to
the contrary, an order will be
grantcd on the sth day of Novems
ber, 1889, establishing a new road
'—as marked out by the commis
soners appointed for that pure
rose. -commencing at the land hne
setwean lots of land Nos, 184 ana
201, in the Gth District of said
county, on the Bronwood and
Basser road. near the residence of
J. 8. Waller, and running west on
said land line, intersecting ~the
Dawson and Bronwood roag near
the residence of M. E. Jennings
on the same land line.
Done by order of Board of
County Commissioners, Oet. Ist,
1889. J. W. ROBERTS,CIerk.
Public Road Notice.
GEORGIA-—TerreLL COUNTY.
To All Whom it May Concern.
All persons are hereby notified
that if no good cause be ‘shown to
the contrar{, an order will be
granted on the sth day of Novem
ber, 1889, establishing a new road
—as marked out by the Commis+
sioners appointed for that purgose
—commencing at the point where
the land line between Ynts ot land
Nos, 133 and 156, in the 11th Die
trict of said county, intersects with
the Bronwood an({ Shellman road,
and runuing west on said land line
to Chennubbee Creek, to cross said
creek at Bolton and ILeverett's
Mill, and thence west to the
Brooksville road, with the unders
standivg that whenever the coune
ty is called upon to byidge said
creek he road is to be discontinued.
Doue by ovder of Board of Coun~
tv Commissioners, Oct. Ist, 1889.
\ 4. W. ROBERTS, Clerk.’ |
Administraror s Sale,
By virtue ot an order trom the
Court of Ordinary of Terrell coun
ty, will be soldou the first Tues
day in November next, be'ore the
Court House door,in Dawson. Ga.,
the following desceribed lands, te
wit: Lots Nos: 58, Tl,2ud 72} azres
on the south side of lot Neo. 39, in
the 3rd Dist ot Terrell county, Ga,
in all about 477} acres. known as
the John Kitehen's hone place.
Also lot Number 1 and 86
acres on the east -side of
lot No. 2, and the west half of lot
No. 32, in the 3rd Dist of Terrell
county, Ga., and 28 acres on the
west side of lot No. 1, in the 2nd
Dist of originally Lee, but now the
3rd Dist ot Terzell county Ga, in
all ahout 417§ acres, known as the
Huckby place.
Sold as the property of estate of
John Kitchens, dec’'d, for the bene
fit heirs and creditors. Terms cash.
Sept 23,1889, J. T. Kircorxs,
Admiuistrator.
(itation,
GEORGIA—TEeRRELL UoUNTY!
To whom it may concern: J. J.
Thompson has in due form ap
plied te the undersigned for rermas
manent letters ot administration
on the estate of W, J. Thompson,
late of said county, deceased, and
I will pass upon said application on
the first Monday in November
next. Given under my hand and
official signature this 18th day of
Sept. 1889.
J. W. ROBERTS, Ordinary.
Citation, |
GEORGIA —TERRELL CoUNTy.
To all Whom it May Concern. l
S. 8. Janes has in (?ue form aps
plied to the undersigned for permas
nent letters of administration on
the estate of T. U. Janes, late of
said county, deceased, and I will
pass upon said application on the
first Monday in November, 1889. ‘
Given under my hand and offis’
ciel signature, this Istday of Octo.
ber, 1889. J. W.ROBERTS,
Ordinary Terrell County.
Notice to Debtors & Creditors
All persons indebted to the - es
tate of Mrs. E. V. Butler, late of
said county, deceazed, are notified
to inake settlement at once. Those
having claims against the estate
should pres-nt their bills properly
sworn to. M. A. COZART,
Oct. Ist, 1889, Administrator.
PUBLIC SALE.
Will be sold at the late resi
dence of Mrs. E. V. Butler, de
ceaged, ail property belovging to
the estate of said deceused, cons
sisting of three mules, hogs, cows,
wagon havness, plantation - tools,
corn, fodder, household and kiteh~
en furnsture, etc Sold for benefit
of heirs and creditors, Sale be
gins at 10 o’clock a. m. on Thurs«
day, the 31st day of Cetober
H. A. COZART, Aduw'r.
Oct Ist, 1889.
Application for & Years Sup.
port.
OrpINAY'S Orpicp, Oct. 21, 89,
Notice is hereby given that
Mary J. Hayes, widow of J, T,
Hayes, deceased, has applied tor a
years support for herselt and threa
minor children.
The commissioners have assessed
as said support the sum of five
bundred dollars and sll the house—~
kold and kitchen furniture except
one wardrobe, and I wil’ pass upon
the same on the Ist Monday in
December next at 10 o’clock a. m.
J. W. Rogrerrs, Ordinary.
Notice to Gebtors and Cred
itors,
Parties who are indebted to :the
estate of Richard Beal, ~decessed,
are hereby notified to eall on us
and settle at once, Those who
hold bills against said estate will
please presentthe same.
J. H. BEAL,
W.B. BEAL,
Executors.
FOR SALE.
Two good young nules. Cash
or credit. JOHN SANDERS,
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE
oF COMPTROLLER OF THE (UR
RENCY, Wasnmaron, Sgp-
TEMBER 10th, 1889,
WhereAs, By satisfactory evi
dance presented to the undersign
ed, it has been made to appear that
Tue.DAwsox NaTIONAL BANK, in
the ity of Dawson,in the county of
Terrell, and State ot Georgia, has
complied with all the provisions of
the statutes of the United States,
required to be complied with bes
fore an association shall be anthors
ized 10 commence the business of
banking:
Now, therefore, I, Edward S.
Lacey, Comptroller of the Currens
ey, do herebf' certity that the Daw
son National Bank, in the city of
Dawson, in the county of Terrell,
and State of Georgia, is author
ized to commence the _business of
bauking as prov'ded in section fifty
one huvdred and sixtysnine of the
Revised Statutes ot~ the United
States. In testimony whereof
witness my hand and seal of ofiice]
this 10th day of September, 1889.
lg. S. Lackw, '
Comptroller of the Currency,
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HERE YOU ARE!
SEADE BROS.
JUST FRRIVED
WITH T¥#o CAR LOADS
Texas Horses
Call Ealy And Get The Pick.
BRYAN STABLES
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Restaurant
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Parties who wish something fine
to dirnk iu the wsy of
Beers,Punches. Wines, cte., should
call on W. J. Slade, who catries
one of the finest lines in Southwest
Georgia. Over his Baleon you
will fiad his
RESTAURANT
where you can get meals, night or
day, to suit the most fastiduous,
He also carries a nice line of
Family Groceries,
Give him a eall, He will treat
you royally,
FOR SALE.
Two cottage homes on College
Hill, just in tront of Mrs, Me-
Nulty’s. Titles gocd. Good wa
ter. Just the place for private
bome. Near eunough to the busi
ness portion of the city, depots
and (-.{:urches, and adjoin the col..
lege lot. Neighborhood the best,
Will sell very chea{; for cash, or
one halt cash and balance next
fall, with interest, or will exchange
for a small farm near the city.
~ Also a spunkivg pair of ponies,
worksaell, perfectly sound and
I'7"‘ d](ltlble lm]ruess and
uggy. Forfull particulars appl
a;%fi; offize. j MM,@.” 7
SENTFREE;
Every reader of this paper who
expects to buy anything in the line
of Diamonds, fine Jewelry, Silve,
and Clocks, 00 who trinks of buying
A WATGE
Should send for our new illustratad
catalogue for 1889, which we send
free. e
d. P, STEVERS & BRY,,
AITEWENRNRRS4
AT¥hitehall, St Atianta, Ga.
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Mrs.C. L. lize
Has Received a beautiful line of
MILLILLINERY
and would be pleased to have the
Ladies call and examine her goods.
Dreoess Malzing.
I am aizo prepared to do Dress
Making, and the ladies would de
well to bring their work to me, 1
sell the Domestic Sewing Machine,
I am still on
ROGERS & JANE'® BLOCK,
DAWSON, GEORGIA.
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1. Y. Martin,
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DAW S(%N. GA.
Always on hand the freshest
FANCY ANDFAMILY
' ~ T PRPTRJ
GROCERIES,
et AL my Par will always be found
a complete aand choice line of Do
mestic and Imported
Whiskies, W ines,
BRANDY AND BEE 2.
During the Summer you will al
ways fiad at my gtore”
DELICIOUS ICE COLD
Keg and Bottled Beer--the best
in the city.
~ Pickled Oysters
Are an excellent table delicacy,
and can be found at my store.
Try them.
I yite the continued patronage
of the public, and can be found at
my old stand on Main Street, next
door to A. J. Baldwin & Co.
T. Y. MA RTIN, Agt.
g"-w‘ ] 21’.':-5 KO eny TR £, "
£&@ ifa 2},%“_—;3; ,’;;";"‘1 ij ) r»é_j.,) 2BE
ji de E‘ é’-‘:-&v i
ey oL Aok A Wk .
We are now receiving the Largast and most varied
Stock of Goods it has ever boen our picasure to handle,
VE OFFER YOU
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Dry Gooads, Noions, Boets, Shoes, ilarness, Furniture,
Hardware, Flour, Sugar, Coffce. Tobacco. etc, ete,at
prices which cannot be undersold,
Give us your patronige and w 2 guarantce satisfaction.
We invite SPEUVIAL ATTENTION to our FURNITURE,
nor 3 W TUR MARYVLT TAD mp
[HE FINEST ON THE MAREET FOR THE PRICE
I addition to the above we carry a full line of BURIAL CASES
£ bk Lt
LOWRIEY & ORR.
ST R et e e
N S DY 5z > TOy 3y
BABIESARE ALY A YSINSEASON
And so are my BABY CARRIAGES, of which I have just received
a large live and offer ar very low priecs i
My Walnut, Ouzk and Mapl: Bed Roon Suits gre most artistically
designed, nicely finished, and well put up. - Noshoddy goods.
Parlor Suits in Clush and Brecatell liavite gpecial attertion to, a 8
these goods are sold tor less than actual worth, ;
In Book Cases, Writing Desks, Musie Stands, Side Boards, Oil
quntin;;s;tml Curtain Poles, you will not find a larger assortment any
where in Southwest Georgin. ~ Just got in
3,000 ROLLS WALL PAPER
2,000 HOLLS WALL PA
.
And all decorations for ceilin>. - Samples sent on appilication.
A large line of China and Glassware. Hoinvites gpecial attention
to his Hevilands Frernch China Dinver Sots. : ;
In tact if you need anything in the line of House Furnishing write to
M. D. Newmau aud Le will quote you prices s low as reason will permit-
Window Shades at all prices {rom The. up, at
).« - INF TRV RN AIN
ALBANY, : ’ . : . : : GEORGIA
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CHEATHAM & DFAN,
Druggists and Pharmacists.
Liee Street - - Dawson, Ga.
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KEEP ALWAYS ON HAND
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>FRESHN DRUGS and CHEMICALS <
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils.
Varnishes, Brushes. &c
Both of ua being physicians, a;d having in our employ
Mr. W. B. BraxNON, a clerk of experience in our line,
wa claim advantages not posessed by any Drug House.
Physicians and layety alike can always depend on us
fer pure drugs and accurately compounded prescriptions.-
Cheatham & Dean, - - Dawson. Georgia

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