The Sumter Republican.
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS AND DEVOTED TO NEWS,' UTEBATUBE SCIENCE, AND GENERAL BRQGR£8S
BY C. W. HANCOCK.
AMEBICUS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1885.
tat Home Square,
A MKRICUS.G V
Those who enjoy riddles may bother I
their brains over that which follows: I
Adana Goal made oat of «last,
Bat thought it best to Make ate first,
So I was made before the naan
To answer God's most holy plain.
B. B.&E.F. Hinton,
Attorneys at JLaw.
I’ractice In State and Federal courts.
HT Uawklas llut.Uing Americas, Ga.
My body God dad make complete, I
Bat without arms or hands or feet, L
My ways and acts he did control, la
Bat to nay body gave no soul; l(
A living being I became,
Ami Adam gave to nae my name} I
I from hispreseaeothen withdrew, lj
And more of Adam never knew. !
I did my maker's lawobey, • I*
Nor from it ever went astray. I
ThouMuid of miles I go in fear, I \
Bat seldom on the Earth appear, It
For purpose wise whieh God did see IJ
lie put a living sonl in me—
A *»ul from me my God did claim I.
And took that soul from mo again; 11
For when from me that sonl had fled, T
I was the same as when first made; |
And without hands or feet or sonl
1 travel on from pole to pole. (
I labor hard by day and night I
To fallen man togive delight; I
Thousand of pooplc, young and old, I
| I Will by my death great light behold, I
’I No right or wrong can I conceive,
I The Scriptures I can not believe; - I
I Although my name therein is found, I
I They are to me an empty sound. j
I No fear of death doth trouble me,
I And happiness I ne'er shall see; |
I To Heaven I can never go,
I Nor to the grave nor nell below ji
I Now when those lines yon slowly read I
I Go search your Bible with full speed,
I For that my name's recorded there
II honestly to you declare. j
B. P. HOi-i-lS,
Attorney at lane,
OSes, Forsyth Street, n National Bank
J. R. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AT 1.AW,
And Real Estate Agent.
i’n>apt sttaotlo n riven to all bo»lnco estru*
t<«l him. Mo charve* unices rolled Ions made
CUT ’EM OUT MY
BROTHER AND CARRY
THEM IN YOUR LEFT
VEST POCKET FOR
, 76c, >1.25, $1,60 .ml $3,00.
I 60 Piece China Tea Sets from
|5.00 to $25.00.
1 Cologno Seta from 50c to $5.
WuhiUnd arts from $1.00
Tin Tuilet sets from $2.50 t r -
Qt. Gem Jars, pc* uua. *imu
|l gal. Gem Jars, per do*. 11.75
[Jelly Cups with covers per ^
Goblets from 35c a set to $1.
! Large Glass Pitchers. 50c.
Glass Beta 4 pieces, per set, 40c
Large Glass stands each 25c.
Hyrup Cans each 15c.
Hamburg Ridging per yd let.
IrooBtooe China plate*, cup*
saucers per set 40 and 50c.
Steak Dishes with Covers 00c.
Large stock, finest variety of Ta
ble Cutlery to town. Iron han-
I die Knives GOcts. per set.
Valances Lace per 3 ard 2c
Braes Hand Lamps, lScta.
Brooms 20, SO and 50cts
Picture Frames very Cheap.
: Window Shades Complete 11.00
• Mattresses $2.70,4.00,10.00,15.00
I 30.00. _
Spring beds, $1A0 to 9.00.
Uedsteedes. $1.50 to 60.00.
Double locked and guaranteed
| hickory chairs 60c.
iGlssses large else 40cta.
B. H. WILKINSON,
Attorney at Mmte.
And Real Estate Agent.
I Win attend promptly and rarer
bow asarwiruatedt) SM. More J
ed will b« Immediately remitted.
Omta-Umsr Street People’»
Triple Plate Custom $3.75
Warranted to hold its plate
Plated Spoons, Knives and
Forks from 75c pet set to
Uncle Mass Hay said oi our
Plated Ware, It is the best ar.dj
the cheapest I’ve bought. I'm
i)r. J. A. FORT,
Physician and Surgeon
Kr?r-tdridge's Drug Store. At nlghtcan
tm found at residence at the Taylor bouso,
‘^CsSs^toreerivi. prompt attention.
Attorney at Mmu>
omet-^f Eldridges, in Bartow
luUdingup stabs. Room No. 4-
T11KSK KTKRTDAr TITLES. I w»T» that a wife who gets ap in the I usual morning dntie*. A few minute*
middle ofth.nightto arw buttons on I after, she heard the repoct of the rifle
Hmao Journal. I her husband's clothes m a pneelees I in the house, and horned la to as,
Not only in our country, but appar-ltreamxre, a crown to her husband, aadl tain the cause. She fouaAOmafofd
I ently with all modern peoples, the hub I an ornament.to her oex.” living on the floor, with a balled hole in
it. hae arisen and become a permanent] Then Mr. Jonoe chaetiing to himottt I the easier of bia forehead. The blood
and every day custom of appropriating | lay ealmly down and slept the sleep of I mas slowly ooaing from it, and near hie '
what were formerly definite titles oflttie jnst—flwlsn Ctorir. I tide lay the rile. She immediately
high distinction, and making them ab-1 _ , , ■■ ;;—; . I gave the alarm, and in a diert w hile
| solntely meaningless by tacking them|. There lately died in Pams a hump- j roceived assistance. Cracford was
I to the name of every obscure tadivid-|backed man- tor Ike previous fifty I placed on a bed, wad a physieiaa wag
| ual. Does not, for instance, every I years of ku life, had given hu time to I gammoned. Everything poesible was
I German butcher and baker expect to I researches upon hla hnmp-baeked| done to save tire suicide's life, but to
I be dubbed “herr” or “lord!' It is the I brethren. Hie heirs found, instead I m> avail. He lingered until 10 o'clock
I tame, too, both with the "monsieur” I of a will, a voluminous manuscript of I sad then died.
I of the Frenchman, and the “signor” |two thousand pagea upon hump*. He! Yesterday morning a messenger w« a
|and the “senor” of the Italian and I *fas rich, and traveled in every dire©-1 amt to Mmeou for a coffin, which wsa
I Spaniard. In actual conversation we|tkM» for information. It was in the I obtained from Messrs. Wood A Bond. <
I are leas assuming than our neighbors, I milder regions of Europe that he found I Cranford was well known in Macon,
land do not require to be spoken of as | the misfortune the most prevalent I For a number of years hobohghtlft*
I Esquire Smith or Lord Jones, being | Spain supplies the greatest number, I gappRa* in this eily. He was indebted
I quite contented with a plain ‘‘Mister’ | and in a circumscribed locality at.the I to several persons, here, bat as fir as
I before out names; but we are quite apt | foot of the BieraMorena there existed | could be tearned' the amounts-were
to feel slighted and offended if tha I one hump-backed individual to overy|smalL Added to his financial trouble
I “Esq.” should be omitted after our I thirteen inhabitants. They were atoo! was an nnfortanate habift'uf drinking <
I names on the envelopes which contain I found very numerous in the valley of | to excess. It is understood that the
lour correspondence. The history of I the Lorie in Franoe. The writer s ooo-1 two combined preyed upon hi* mind to
| those everyday titles of Mr. and Mrs. I elusion was that for every thousand I * n ch an extent as to weaken it, and for
I which are now the common property of I persons on the globe there was oaelgome time past his neighbors have
'lest, though in some of its steps it is a|the entire earth. .The last page of the I Twiggs oonnty yesterday aftent$anr*^
J little obscure, vnd a few remarks upon | ^ | —-——
Reader, Maryville: What conditions
buy a buggy load of nice!
things for your table and
'ten or twelve dollars worth
of Furniture will balk a
dr am of mules. You'll
' tixi«l me on the
A written guarantee furnish
ed up to 15 years. I represent
Mendan Britannia Co„ Reed k
Barton, Simpson Hall, Miller
k Co. In feet all the leading
manuficturuis in this line.
J. M. R. Westbrook, M. D-
Physician and Surgeon.
A Farmers’ Lantern Safe
and Lasiirftnly. ECr
'CLOSE BY THK -TEM
PLE OF JUSTICE "
Dr. C. A. BROOKS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
80W SU00E8S 8U00EEDS
I it may not Im out of place here. deceased, which *aid.nothing regard-1
In the tarlicr times of our history I inf the dissOritiou of his property, but j
the ordinary man was simply William Umplv desired that a hump of marble
or John; that is to say, he had merely I «J»pu}d be raised upon his tomb with ,
I a Christian name, without any kind of I this inscription: Here lire a hump-1,
| “handle” before it or surname after it. I back, who had a taste for humps, and 1
Into the question of aurnamre wo do knew more about tham than any other
I not propose to enter here. Suffice it to|hnmp-back. I 1
I say that as some further means of dis-1 ■ . I<
I tinguishing one John or one William I . ^ .... I'
from another John or another William The tkxMMas of the party division
I were found, in process of time, to bo I in the Ohio Legislature, says the Rome I
necessary, names, generally nicknames Courier, justifies a hope that John
I derived from a man’s trade, or from 1... . * ,u. I
Ins dwelling-place, or from mm per-1
aonal peculiarity, were tacked on to twa for a United States Senator. The I
I their Christian names, and plain John I Republicans appear to have not exceed I
I became John Smith. As yet there I i„g a majority ef three oo joint ballot I
wealth than the bulk of ku fellows-1 bto suppoMtwo that two or thrre Ro-
| became, perhaps, a landed proprietor, I publican members can be found will-1
I or an employer of hired labor. Then Ito snito with the Desaecrats in sap-1
I this place or of that, of these workmen Id*** a more liberal aad broad-mind-1
| or of those. In time the “Maistre,''|edmaa. Wo are clearly of the opinion I
lor “Mai*ter," as it soon became, got | that the Democrats ought, when they]
tacked on before his name, and be he- ^ u bo chance to elect one I
I came Mauler Smith, and hia wife wan | -1
I ..n. who h.d > uoUbl«|Kaitiuu u. n»«.ato( th«t kind tor tho Jct«t
I place, and who actually were “mas-1 of Sherman. They owe this duty to I
ten.” or something or other beyond thel^ coantry, not merely as a personal!
ithuJdignifiedwith the title. Colonel Donna, of Dakota, says III
I ally the sense of poooeocaon was loatlatedsmagogna.lmtbeemMahuslsrtionl^^^^^ that imperial territory ■
I sight of, and the title was conferred I would boa tnnmph of wetMnalimiJ^^^^-^^ Iu a recent I..IU, M
upon any man who had attainedsoeial ^ to prolong tho di™* I the Pkiladelphu New. he says: “It it
distinction of any kind, whether by . .■ a bv the war I . .7^ ^. ! . , J , 11 1
wealth, or by holding some position of ■ n 'V«ilmmtire oamoa sy ino war. M rnntiag region for giris and youn,
I more or Ires consideration aid impor- U would make tho “Moody *>*1’ tb« women, because they are oo scarce o
I tance. I prominent issue in the next elections I to a huae- oremiura. Th
For along seriesi of ymhoworor,Ltthe North, both Stotoand Preside*-1 f#w
“M^?r” W Sitowhieh “Maistor*’ «51 1 and * baff unmarrie.
I transformed), unless he was distinctly 1 01 sttife ^ r °“ dl y" 0 P~ I and marriageable men toeyery an mar
in a position superior to that of the I had been smothered by the eleetimi •( I ri^d ud aarrinccaUe woman, and th
great bulk of his fellow-countrymen, I Cleveland. The triumph of John fiber- .
and was reodly, mono nmse « another, aft., hi. fcto eaamse, would be CStam bscbeWs3wiTwcre t.
I a “master,” and it uonly within com-1 !fa . __j I 1 . oacno$m* anu wiaowcre i
Iparatively modern times thatthe term | * "Stomal enlayty. and to prevent it I^ or widow. This makes a*
CUD. to b. cu.ia.ml DD DlDCDt i»- * 7“* br «~aWK>ki»» rH oftk. rood
I writing. Mautrc bmithcon boo.. — lfoc «D»o ..ock »' *"7 •'“ •’f
iMutrcu timith, E»ctly ko« aad AtMCur. Iki^uc. trou. 30 to 100 [Decent.hi*b
■ The flrat Dae o( “Miatcr" UdiBcDltIEaptec. A| dod. •uopfcl tomur- tic ud tonne. Th. peter «
MY STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY IS NOW COMPLETE,
EMBRACING ALL THE FASHIONABLE STYLES IN
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
Course of 8tudy:\
l Bookkeeping, Buiatti Aritkanbc,'
HATS AND BONNETS
ft MtEfTttj SMB]
HAS BEEN CRAMPED FOR ROOM
LONGTIME AND 1»NOW ENLAK
U1KG U1S STORK TO JUST DOU
BLE 1TB FORMER S1ZK. THIS
HAS BEEN CAUSED BT
ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF
TRIMMINGS, AND ORNAMENTS
Real Estate Agency.
IN GREAT VIRIETY.
And All Sundries!
Mrs. M. E. R.11JYE8.
Jas. Frieker &Bro,
And Planter? Goods.
‘BILL ABP r S°8CRAP BOUK.
Momr. Of Kto atty.. Amrt;
■id aU la wont of employment should
writ* foi eoofideatUl terms. A mot wW
n,4 t .
Fop Sale op ? en ^'
® esid ^hcbch, 0S
AS LOW AS ANYUOUSE1N TUE
STATE. 80*4E RARE VARI
ETIES OF CHOICE SOUTH
ERN GROWN SEEDS ON
HAND THAT CANNOT
BE FOUND ELSE
All k*c4« la tin drag Use are new re
w well as Seeds. B little cmH will
.■aoyou. II .1 to,
land foe sale.
IX HUNDRED saw* of fla* Und-*
If’and thq lesa^tko supply, tl
tho valuation always. T
cstern Territories could funii
snd husbands for twenty tho
Dr. 0. P. HOLIOWM.
If*. B. OLIVER,
a. At DBAPEB
Call early as we have bargain!
regret if you mua. ^ ^ ^
Sale begin* THURSDAY morning Octulxr let, 1885
P.H- HELL, B.B.,LU5-.Chitc*Ite
0||idti r—soasr Pepsi
*X. ?• Brews k Bon,. SKprUter
Balts $MjOO for Day
TURKEYS FOR SALE I
rnX TORE BRONZE TCBKEY8
St Mis.W.H. Allen. Pro’s.'
“No”mid tho Georgia
his head solemnley. **i
your bugs and I don’t like
you can bet yer life I «
[VIGOROUS HEAITH ME-