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P R e ot t 2 e & '
By E L RAINEY. |
DAWSON 6% ' Dqi- 11, 18890,
ooy S 2 :
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE COUNTY. E
oy Rerp, the bitterest of par
tisans, was eleeted speaker of con ‘
gress. |
T
[IGMOND ODENBEIMER, of New
Orlerns, tried t»h get a patent on
Lit cotion ! azeing, but failed He
wanted to imitute cther pirates in
squeczing the farmers.
~ Tne National Farmer's Alliance
and the Knights of Labor have
eeme to an ugpreement by which
they propose to nuite as one body.
Tur Cuthbert papers are still
peggin: eavay at the old Bain
bridze and Cathhert road. This
ereat railroad is a sort of dim ex
istence in the dreary world of
faith,
IT segms that the office of eom
mirsioner of ariculturs will nutl
go begzing at the wext election.
"The present incumbent will he np-l
posed by Wright Bredy aad Mar
tin Calvin,
.
TereELL will furnish the next
senator frem the 11th district. |
While this is trae, Terrell will not
have the ri_ht to dictate who sha'l
he the nominee, in case Clay and
Randolph should uct prefer the
particular man of Terre'l's choice.
e
‘I'RE prosperity of any county
atd city depends largely on good
ror€s, and the better the road fas
cilitiea the faster the country will
grow in population. This makes
the advantazt of good roads mu~
tual to Dboth city and ccuntry.
T.ets have better roads in Terrell.
The dust gets very aspiring even
in the wicter, and half of the ca
tarrh and wretcied eolds of our
people here isthe effeets of the
dust. When Dawson] gets a sy«
tem of waterworks the versonal
comfort and health which they will
ecnserve, will be worth more than
the interest on the money.
Goveryor Gorpoy has issuad
a proclamation inviting the people
of the -liffereat communities of this
state to assemble iozether at the
Lour of Mr. Davis' funeral, at 12
m. to-lay, and unite in suitable
and solemu memorial serviees.
The Governor has alzo appoiuted a
committee, one in each senaterial
district, to receive contributions to
a monument for Mr. Davis and for
the benefit of his family. Sepator
Edwards is the member of the
commiitee froa thiz distr'et.
Tug president’s messaze fell flat
on the public. It is characterized
only in volubility, and is zeriously
lacking in any strong point. He
touches upon the guhject of tariff
very mildly. Ile thinksthat the
inequality of the law should be ads
justed., but that the protective
principle should be maintained
and fairly applied to the products
of our farms as well as our shops.
The messare also contained the us
nal amount of balderdash about
southern elections and the negro.
Yesterday’s Election.
By their action yesterday the
people ot Terrell county said that
they preter the present aucient
and dilapidated hull for a eourt
house to & handsome brick edifice
that would be a credit to our grand
county and in keeping with our
wealth and the progressive spirit
that is now animating both city
and county.
There was but little interest
mavifested 1n the election. To have
declared for a court house would
have required 1250 votes for honds, }
or two-thirds of the number ofi
votes cast at the election in Janua
ry last. Although we po to press{
too early to gat the returns from
the country precincts, there is no
doubt that the measure has been 1
defeated for the lack of interest
aud the proper effort on the part |
of its friends. Although a mzxjor-i
ity of the votes polled were for
bonds, the combined vote for and
agaionst them will not reach 1250. l
As the friend of progress and
a strong advoeate of a much need- '
ed court liouse, we submit graee
tuily to defeat. But another elec~ ]
tion can be had in twelve months !
and at the proper time friends ot |
the bill will enter the contest with 2
increased and renewed zeal and|
Anake an earnest fight for its snc-]
oers.
Death of a Martyr.
At New Ovleans,at 19: 45, on the
#ixth inst,li‘e left the grandest char
acter ever on the American conti
ment,
. The veterans of the South rn
armies, the Southern von'h who
have crown oo siies the war, to
love and - nd revere the ‘name of
Jofforson Davis, and all the ohle
women of the South, are in spirit
tosday at the bier of the illustrious
dead, who new lies in state in the
Creseent City.
Millions mourn the departure
of the mighty chie‘tain whe, as the
great head of the clorious Confed
eracy, ) grandly illustrated the
heroism of the incomparable peo
ple whose peerless and chosen lead.
er he was in war; whose revered
and honored idel he was in peace,
and, who uow in death has their
holy homage and sacred tears.
He outlived’ many of his vilest
traducers, and long afte: their
names are forgotten his will en
dure in brightest colors on the
pages of the world’s sublimest his
tory cf great heroes and mighty
statesmen, and in the eternity of
the skies it will be registered as im
! mortal,
No Fence A Blessing.
As the no fence question as ag
-latirg a portion of our own connty,
we print the following from the
Albany News and Advertiser :
Thomas county is &oon to vote
on the no fencz question.
That staid and substantial neigh
hor can lewrn a lesson of wisdom
and profit by the exaniple of Dough
erty. As long as our farmers were
compelled to keep up fencing in the
western part of this county, lands
graudually depreciated, but since
the no fence law wert into opera
‘tion the rich lands of West Dough
i erty have gradually appreciated in
value, and plantations that were
almost deserted before are now fills
l ed with tenants.
The timber that wag required to
keep up the fevcing annually is
left standing and is growing more
va'u ble each year.
There was large number in this
county who opposed the no fince
law for various considerations, hut
all agree now that it was one of the
best steps the county ever made
in the way towards progress.
The whole principle that under~
"lif's this question proves that the
law and custom requiring a man to
fence other people's stock out o!
his crops isa pervertion of natural
richts. No man bas a natural
right to turn his cattle to graze o
another’s possession, ard when it
comes to requiring a whole couns
ty to keep up fencing at a cost of
£50,000 annually to keep $5,000
worth of cowsand hocs from eats
ing upthe product, it is simply
preposterous,
- The old fence corners in Dough
erty have made enough cotton
within the past two years to pay
for every hoz aud cowin West
Dourgherty. :
May Move to Smithville.
Macon may loge the headquars
ters of the superintendent ot the
Bouthwestery railroad, where they
have been cver since the road was
built. General Manager Gabbett
thinks of removing the heardquars
ters to Smit' ville in crder that the
superintendent mag be more cen
trally located for his division. It
was on this idea of central locaticn
that General Manager Gabhett res
cently rewoved the office of super
intendent Hoze, of the main stem
from Savannah to Macon. Gen
eral Manager Galhett and Supers
intendent W. \W. Starr, of the
Southwestern, have been to Smith
ville to look a'ter 1 site on which
to crect the superintendents offices
should it be finally decided to res
move the headquarters there.
. .
City Tax Notice,
The city tax hooks will positives
ly be closed to~day, the 11th inst,,
by orders from the council. Toe
morrow I will begin issuine execn.
t'ons against all defaulters, Pay
your taxes to-day and save trouble
and cos &, J. L. JANES,
City (errk.
N U R i
| For Sale.
~ One third of the new Mothodjst
cliureh lot, the Wiilis lot is offored
for sale. The eastern third. Ap
ply toeither of the undersizned,
Rev, J. W Wesrox,
Dr. W. B. Caeatiay,
Jony R. MERCER.
et oo L
Town Lots For Sale.
{ am now offering for sale at mod.
erate prices
Twenty Residence liots
In the city of Dawson. They
are convenicntly located, near the
Depot and vear enough to the busi
ness part of town, churches,schools,
ete. erms cash. Posscssion given
at once. These lots will probably
be worth in one year twice as much
a 8 I ask for them now.
JOHN A. FULTON.
2 2, 2 “u
Moiey Lisan.d
ON
Farm L.ands
AND
SITYIROPERTY
Au lowest rates of interest. Old
foaus reneviet
R F. SIMMONS,
Attornev at Law and Agent for
Ga. Loan and Trust Co,
O
State and County Taxes
For 1889 are due now, and tax
yers are notified thet my books
dose December 19, when
SEVEN PER CENT
iitersst will be added to all unpaic
raxes, and exceutions wiil be issnee
immediately. J. H. CROUCH,
fax Collector.
Y e
New Firm,
The undersizned hive contract.
= for u p-rinership in the cottor
worehouse business for the vear
1890, and resyectfully ask the
natronace of the people. They
pledee their best efloris to promote
he interest ot those who favor
them with their business,
J. S. Lowßrey.
J. M. Stvmoxns.
Dawson Ga., Dee, 3, 1889,
ADDENDUM.
The undersigned takes pleasure
in inforn.ing the friends and pat
rons of the former Lowrey ware=-
house that he will be in posiiion to
weirh, store and handle their cot
ton, and returning sincere thanke
for their former patroaage tothe
"owrey warehouse asks fora cons
tinuance of same to the new firm.
Jxo. S. LowREY.
FOR SALE.
Two cottaze homes on College
Hill, just in front of Mrs. Me-
Nulty’s. -Titles good. Good wa
ter. Just the place for private
home. Near enough to the busi
ness portion of the city, depots
and churches, and a”join the col..
lece lot. Neighborhood the best.
Will cell very cheap for cash, or
one halt cash and balance next
fall, with interest, or will exchange
for a small farm near the city.
Also a spanking pair of panies,
work well, perfectly sound and
rentle. Also double harness and
bugey. For tull particulars apply
at thi= ®ffiize.
Exam’nation of Teachers:
According to the instruction of
the State SchoolCommisioner I wi
hold an examination of applicants
‘or teacher’s licenses at the court
house in Dawson on Tharsday and
Friday,the2nd and 3id days of the
rsonth of January, 1890. Thurs
day wil! be set apart for tke ex
amination of the colored applicants,
Friday will be for the white appli
cants. I request applicants to come
in early on each ot the above named
days. Itisexpected that the pub
fie schoo! will run for four months
the ensuivg vear. Dacombyr 3rd,
1889, GEO. KAIGLER,
Countv School Commissioner.
Application for Gismission,
GEORGIA —Terrell County.
Whereas, O. B, Stevens, ad
mizistrator J. W. Ragan,deceased,
represents to the court in his pes
tition, duly filed and entered on
record, that he has fully adminis.
tered the estate ot J. W. Ragan.
This is theretore to cite all persons
concerned, kindred and creditors,
to show cause, if any they can,
why said edministrator should not
be discharged from his administra
tion and receive letters of dismis
sion on the first Monday in Febru
ary, 1890,
J. W. ROBERTS, Ordinary,
Nov. 4th, 1889,
For a Years Support,
Ordinary’s Office Nov. 29, ’B9.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs,
E. P. Cheatham, widow of C. A,
Cheatham, deccased, has applied
for a years support.
The commizsioners have assesse
ed as il support the sum of six
hundred dollars in cash and the
household turtiture. and I will
vass upon the sume tha Ist Mon- ‘
day in January, 1890, at 10 o'clock
LER ] 1
J. W. ROBERTS,
Ordinary.
For Letters of Administration
GEORGIA —Terre!l county.
To Al Whom It May Toncern :
N. A. E McLendon has in due
form applied to me for Lettersof
Administration on the Estate of
Naomi Uoxwel!l, late of said coun
ty deceased, and I will pass upon
said application on the grst Mun-|
day in January, 1890, |
Given under my hand and offi
cial signa'ure this3rd day of De
cember, 1889, l
J. W.ROBERTS, Ordinary.
Petition for Election, |
GEORGIA -Terrell County. {
Ordinary’s Office, November |
25th, 1889.—A lawful number of
frecholders of the 1143rd distriet of
soid county having filed their peti
tion foran election in siid district
inorder to determine whether the
stock law shall go into effect in said
district, notice is hereby given that |
said petition will be heard and
passed upon on Wednesbay, the
18th day ot December at 10 o'clock
a. m. J. W, ROBERTS, Ordy,
. \
Sheriff’s Sales, |
GEORGIA—Terrell Countv.
Will be so.d before the court
house door in Dawson, :aid cnun-i
ty, oo the first Toesday in Janua- |
ry next, within the legal hours nf]
sale, the fallowing peoperty-to- wit:
Oue sixty Lorse power engine,!
one sixty saw Brown gin and one
twenty horze power boiler; levied
on as the property of B. F. Snell,
to satisfy a fi ta isesued from Ran- |
dolph Superior court in favor of
John W. Harris against B. F.,
Suell & Co., J. W. Stanford and
M. A. Baldwin, «nd which fi fa is
now pending for the benefit of the
said J. W. Swnford and M. A,
Baldwin, the securities thereon,
The levy on spid encine and gin
was made by [. . Marshall, for-v 1
mer sheriff of Terrell county.
Said property is located at present
at Dover, Terrell county, Georgia.
Also at the same time and place
will be so!d the south half of lot of
land No. 49 in the 11th district of
Terrell county; levied on as
property of J. A. Bell to satis{}y
Justice court fi fas in tavor of W,
L. Simpson, L. P. and R. B. Ar
thur and Bynum Bros.
Also at the same time and place
wil! be so!d lot of land No. 82 in
th: Third district of Terrell coun+
ty, excepting 25 acres in the
northeast corner belonging to
Sarah Raven; property levied
on subject to widow’s dower and
as the property of Richard
Beal, deccased. Property in the
bands of Willis and James Beal,
executors.
T. R. THORNTON,
~ Dec. 2ud, 1889, Sheriff.
Administrator’s Sale,
By virtue of an order from the
court of Ordinary of Tervell cour.«
tv, Ga., will be sold to the highest
hidder, for cash in hend, within
the legal hours of sale, 51 the first
Tuesday in January next, at the
court house door. in Dawson, Ga .
lot of land No. one hundred and
filtyssix in the 12th distriet of said
county of Terrell, kncwn as the
Lome place of the late Wm. J.
Thompsan, deceised. Also one
store beuse rnd lot, and vacant
lot adjoining the same, in the vile
lage of Dronwood, said eounty;said
lots front Johnson streev fi'ty six
feet and run back 100 feet So'd
as the property of the esttte of the
fate W. J. Thompsen, decersed,
for the purpows of disiriburion
and the payment of debts The
pluace is a cood one,
J. J. THOMPSON,
Dee. 2, 1889, Administratoe.
Administrator’s Sale,
Wiil be sold before the court
hoise door, in Dawson, Terrell
county, Ga. within the lezal hours
of sale, on the first Tuesday in
January next., for cash in haud.
lot of land one hundreed and fifiy
five in the 12th ‘district of said
conunty: said land will be sold uns
det an ovder from the Court ot
Ordinary of Pulaski county, Ga.,
as the property of the estate of
Mrs. H. A, Jones, late oi Pul ski
county, deccased, for the purpose
of distribution among the heirs
and the payment of debts. Said
place is near Bronwoad, and is a
desirable cue. -
JoJ. EHOMPSON,
Administrator de bonis non,
Dee, 2, 1880, , ;
Administrator’s Sale,
Agrerable to order of the court
of Ordinary ot Terrell eounty, will
b sold at public outery, hetore the
court houvse door, in Dawson, Ga.,
on the first Tuceday in Januvary
next, within the lezal hours of'
sale, the followinu propery toswits
the south halfof lot ot land Nos.
255, the south half of 1-t of land
No: 240, and the south balt ot lot
of land No. 277, ail in the 4th
district of Terrell county and con
taining 300 acres more or less,
Sold as the property of J. T,
Hayes, ltac ot said county, deceass
ed. Terms cash. This December
2nd, 1889,
J. H. HAYES, Adm'r.
Guardian’s Sale,
By virtue of an order from the
court of Ordinary of Terre]
county, will be sold at public
outery, before the court house
door, in Dawson, Ga., on the first
Tuesday in January next, within
the legal hours ot sale, one hun<
dred and twenty gve acres of
land, it being a part of lots Nos.
231 and 232 in the 12th district
of said county and known as the
Lasscter home place. Sold as
the property of Sophia Lasseter,
laie of said county, deceased, for
distribution and for lencht of
Georgia A. Lasscter. Termscash.
J. H. BRIM,
Guardian for G. A. Lasseter,
l : y
Applicat'n for Years Support
i ; Ordinary’s Office, Nov. 20, ’B9.
. Notice is hereby given that
Mattie Hodge, widow ot B. M.
Hodge, deceased, has applied for
years support for herself and
minor children.
The commissioners have assessed
ar said support the sum of three
hundred doilars, including all tne
household and ki‘cren fnrniture,
and I will passsupon the same on
the Ist Monday 3¢ Javuary next
at 10 o'clock, a. miehs
-~ J. W.ROBE fiOrdinm-y
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On January Fourth T will distribate as Presents to my Cusi. . ers
Fitty Dollars as follows:
1 .
Ist Present, $40.60 Set Furniture.
2nd Present, $lO.OO Saratoga Trank.
These presents cost you nothiog. You simp'y pay for your goods
and get value received tor your money, ard for every eash purchse of
one dollars worth o 7 goods at any one time you will receive a chance
at the presents.
Forover six months T Laie in this way divided with my castomers
part of my profits. It isa free gitt. Among those who have gotten
presents in the past are
Mr. A. B. Hay, Dawsen, £49.00 Sewing Machme—first prize in 4th
July drawine.
Mr. J. J¥Bucklalt, 810 China Water Set,
Mr. J(’l‘l‘)‘ Parmer 82 00 p iir shoes.
Mr. Bad'. Bridees 87.50 Oil Painting
Mrfii%i.”l\l. Hob!s 87.50 Oil P inting.
Silli™Murry, col.. 87.50 Oil Painting.
Mariah Keith, 87.50 Oil Paiating.
. AlBlUnting to 282,60 worth ot prezents divided with my cusomers
Lin BIX months. Uhe best investment with the best economy is to trade
4? Tuarner and reccive for every dol'ars worth bought one of
’fl Tickets, which gives you an interest io his 4th duy of
SJANUARY DRAWING
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;fi Come and muke your purchases immediately while you can make a
choice selection.
y>YAlq ~ Y Ty e ¢
Who YWants a $40.00 Set of Furviture?
I guarantee that every customer will have precisely an equal chance.
It cannot matter to me where the presents go, orto whom. as every
customer has precisely the same chanve.
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- HERE’S COMMON SENXNSE.
- No other house gives vou' such achance, and J. W. Turncr’s is the
bost and cheapest place to trade. Then why not do the sensible thing?
Come and buy as many dollurs worth as you can spare before the 4th
day of January.
EINAT I - ¥ .
Dow’t buy just tor the purpose of getting a present. Take the goods
on their merit. 1f you don't think they are the best and cheapest you
can get, don’t take them. Butif you do think so then take them, and
it you get a present you will be happy. It you dout you wiil be haps
py anyhow. Remember you must trade before the 4th day ot Janoary
in order to geta chanee ¢t tacse presonts, Very Respecttnily
e FTVETT TR TR
g W VRS SRINERER.
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HOUSEIOI Emrmishing Lo
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Of nearly every description,
STOVES, HARDWARE,
CROCKERY, TIN AND
WUODENWARE,
Greceries, ete. We are now agents for the celebrated
Charte. O:k Stoves and Ranges,
Which, belng so well kiown, need no recommianditinn, Call and ex
amine our stock., As i ne hiices are concérned, we know we ean
suit you.
Examine our 25 cent Flexible Back Curry Comb. Just the thine
tor:/ L horses, Especially Nervious ond Sensitive Ones. £
B Y N TARLIN & SONS.
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| We are now receiving the largsst and most varied
; Steck of Goods it has ever been our pleasure to handle,
1 OFFER YOU
| WE GFFER YO
| Dry Goods, Noions, Doets, Shoes, Haruess, Furniture,
| Hlardware, Ilour, Suzar, Coffee. I'obiceo. ete, ete.,
prices which cannot be undersold.
~ Give as your paronige and we guarantee satisfaction.
We invite SPECI\L ATTENTION to our FURNITURE,
T FUR q
THE FINEST ON THE MARKET FOR THE RICE
v addition to the above we carry a full line ot BURIAL CASES
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LIOWERETY &8 CHE .
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L D g I o 2 7 ) Yy 7 d
BABIESARE ALWAYSINSEASON
' And so are my BABY CARRIAGES; of which I have just received
(& iarge dine and offer ar very low priees.
| My Walnut, Oak and Mapl: Bed Room Suits are moss artistically
desizned, vicely finished, and well pat up. Nosghoddy goods.
Parlor Suits in £’lush and Brecatell 1 invite speeial attextion te, s
these goods are =old tor less than actual worth, 3
In Book Cases, Writing Desks, Musie Stands, Side Boards, Oil
l’mntixu,;.sk:lml Curtain Poles. you will notfind a larger assortment SRy
- where in Southwest Georgia. Just got in
\
: IOLLS WALL PAPER
And all decorations for ceiline. Samples sent ov appilicatinn. -
A large line of Chiva and Glassware. He invites -special attentiot
to his Hevilunds Frerch China Dinner Sets. .
In fact if you need anythgng in the line of House Furnishing write v
M. D. Newman and he will quote you prices.ns low as reason will peraib
Window Shades at ail prices from 75ec. up, at
D. N B W ME A XN
ALPANY, A A GEORGIZ.
T. 0. WHITCHARD & CO.,
’ ARENOW PREPARED to MEET COMPETITION.
Our Groeeries Are IFresh and Fancy.
‘ LOTUS PATENT FLOUR. | WM. HUMES CUMBERLAND
SNOWFLAKE 3 l’atpntFL()Uß; RIVER SALMON. o
VEACHS FAVORITE FLOUR. | ALLIGATOR OYSTERS.. e
ROYAL BUZWPER TOBAOCC I ARMOUR’S LU;\'CHVI‘(?‘.\G
MAGNOLIA HAMS. | IMPORTED SARDINES.
ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE, | EVAUORATED FRULT
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| Just Received:
OKE CAR WHITE SACTK SALT!
OKE CAR BRAN, RYE AND BARLEY:
OHE CAR TEXAS RUST-PROOF SEED OATS
-500 BUSHELS GEORGIA RUST-PROOF DATS
- GIVE US A CAI L——
: & CO:
. . WHITCHARD

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