The Weekly Democrat,
HJn4*r, February »», >«*•
Jake Born sella harness of the
of all kinds is complete.
T Kwiiecki & #ro- invite the pub
lic^ call and judge for themselves
. the merits of their stock of dry
goods and groceries. Fair dealing
and low prices is their motto.
Noel Gainey & Co. do a larger
business in the clothing line than
any other house in this section
therefore, they can offer • superior
inducements. Call on them.
II. B. Ehrlich; the litc Grocer,
has a most splendid stock Of goods
in his line on hand- Cail and see
him, and a trade will be Inevitables
T. M. Shy tic, the “boss” carpen
ter of the city, continues to take con
tracts and carry them out to “the
letter.” Mr. S. is not only a good
workman but a reliable man.
Courtney A Andrews are fast sel
ling their stock of stoves, tin-ware,
etc., and those who want good arti
cles in that line had better hurry up
Buber’s Jewelry store continues
be the centre of attraction. He has
the finest stock of jewelry, watches,
clocks, cutlery, silverware, etc., in
■ •It' wiM cure a cough la one half toe <
aarv to core U with any other medicine, and Hdoe*
—' it up, but by rsmovtaf the
It not by dryiog
■ubduiuf the Irritation and brelii^ tha
Tbi« valuable medietas la aold by aB first ibn
A Whole People’s Opinion.—When « na
tion of forty millions accepts and endorses
ns a Standard Restorative an article that it
has had tbe fullest opportunities of testing
during a period of%welve years, who can
be so absurdly incredulous as to doubt tha
excellence of the preparation! Plantation
Bitters has passed tirougil this ordeal and
is now tbe most popular proprietary medi
cine on ibis continent. It would be diffi
cult to find an adult of either aex between
tbe Atlantic and tbe Pacific, or between the
northeast corner of Maine and the Gulf of
Mexico, who does not know, either from
personal experience or observation, that
this renowned vegetable remedy is the par
est tonic and stomachic and tbe finest alter
ative and regulating medicine at present
before the world. As a preventative of.and
cure for, diseases generated by malaria, aud
as a specific for dyspepsia, rbeumatisui, and
ail nervous and a biillous sfleclions, it is ad
mitted to be fairly pronounced the Favorite
Household Tonic aud Alterative of the Wes
CITY AND COUNTY AFFAIRS.
Noel Ganey A Co., are .getting
1 in a very fine selection of spring
cassiinercs which they arc selling at
very low prices. II you want a nice
suit give them a call before/going
Emory JohnEon inftwsny the pul>
lie that he is not dead, but alive, and
selling Stoves, tin-ware, housefur
nishing goods, Singer sewing ma
chines at the most reasonable rates.
Go for him.
;Dlck' McGoldrick .keeps hammer
ing away—at C. L. Beachs’ Car
riage Repository—on iron, trans
forming it into everything useful.
Dick is the best workman in the
city, and warrants all he cxccuies.
' John . I Robison does the best car-
penter’swrork,. does.it quicker, docs
it cheaper, and does more of it than
afly other contractor in the city—
therefore send yoursudors to him.
He will satisfy you.
l)r. J. D. Iloyl A Bro. have in
storo the most complete assortment
of Lamps and Lamp Fixtures ever
brought to this market. Pure drugs,
•close attention to business and the
liberality of the proprietors have
given this house the enviable repu-
tation'Of having the best drug es
tablishment in .Southwestern Ueor-
VIOLIN STRINGS, ETC.
Go to W. C. Subers’ to buy Italian
Violin and Guitar Strings at 15 to
20 cents, same aswre sold in large
‘cities ait 20 to 25 cents. lie will sell
Violins at $2 25, with box, feow and
Accord eons at $2 00, and all other'
Musical Instruments in proportion to
quality, etc. All who wish to “soothe
the savage breast” call around and
«quip yourselves. tf
Fine selection ladies’ Furs and
uffs. latest styles. Just received
nd for sale by
A. T. Reid A Co.
25 Cans A. No. 1 butter 5 lbs cans
ust received and for sale by
A. T. Reid A Co.
28 Boxes cheese just received and
for sale by
A. T. Reid A Co.
A Card.—Notwithstanding all re
ports to the contrary, I am pleased
to announce to my friends, and the
public generally, that my business
will stall be kept wp to that standard
in the fatnre guaranteed to it in the
past. Owing to my HI health, I am
spending a few months in Savannah,
but have left my business under the
supervision of one fully competent to
anage it. I will soon be receiving
new and splendid lot of dry-goods,
oes, clothing, and other goods
snallv kept in a first-class house,
nd I hope the public will bear in
mind that I can offer them induce
ments nferior to none.
M. M. Cohen.
Savannah, Jan. 10, 1872.
Fresh Gabdks Batts
• reabod y have just received a veW
large assortment of best Garden Seed
Rom the best producers in the land
lit! never saw a better lot of seed in oar
mnS g0 J down thei r well-known
il P^nlardrag store, and examine
° W “ tb£ ‘ ime to fa eg»n to
prepare your garden.
ChronicDlreaS' N - v111 hi* book on
l«l “r* ln regard to hi. Go Idsn Msd-
Zera.—This eminent Illusionist,
with his LilipuUan Troupe, will
give another of his novel entertain
ments at IIop3on Hall this evening.
All who wei e out last evening ex
press themselves as charmed with
the performance. ,
'Tfirs Festival.—Remember the
Festival to take place in tbe Hopson
Building on to-morrow night. Thje
ladies have entire control of the mat
ter, anil they intend making k the
event of the season. Ret everybody
Tht Steamboat Excursion.—Get
ready for the steamboat excursion,
to come off in a few weeks.
•rid ft&ility sad
dies affected with
most Wholesome of all tonics and
the safest and sorest mean of relief. It is
stfong ter restore told powerless to injure
Such is the uniform testimony of ‘'clouds of
This being the Lent season for
the Episcopalians, ReV. Dr. Rabbit,*
Rector of their church in. this Ci£y de
livers a short sermon every Tuesday
and Friday night, as well as each
Sabbath. Wc have heard two of
a ChrUtstloro’s Hair Dye is the safest and
the Doctor s discourses, and were j bet*. It corrects the bad effects^ of^ inferior dyes,
much pleased wkh them.
A/«tfbled witlk a bad Breath.
It innojB your friend* as well as yourself. You
w<*nM »*fce to get rid of It, but scarcely show what
Bltm t »adopt. We will tell you. Use the frag rant
boKuuuiitTit will clause and beautify your teeth aud
'leave your breath pure.
Burnett’s Standard flavoring Ex
tracts.—Lemon, Vanilla* Jcc. Charge your ser
vants and! dealers and observe that they do not sub
stitute in their stead any of the pernicious unpala
table extracts with which the market is flooded.
Burnett’s Standard Flavoring Extracts are estab
lished as the strongest, purest and the best made.
The Terrific Bud B tween Prussia
aad France is over, but thousands of battles
between Dr. Walker’s Vinegar Bitten
and Dyepepsia and Live* Complaint are - now going
on in every State of the Union. The isene of such
coutesta is never for He moment in doubt. The
conflict may last longer. in some oases than in oth
ers, but the leading? egetable tonic and alterative
of the nineteenth century, invariably triumphs.
To Owners of Horses and Cattle.—To
bias’ Derby Conditiou Powders are warranted su-
erior to any others, or no pay, for the cure of Dis
&mper, Worms, Bots, Coughs, Hide-bouncl. Colds,
bco , in horses, and colds. Coughs loss of milk,
tlack-tongue, horn distemper, he., in Cattle. Price
wenty-fiVe cents, depot lo Park Place, New York.
Carbolic Salve, recommended by the lead-
big Physicians and the President of the New York
Board of Health, as the most wonderful Healing
compound ever known, dives instant relief to burns,
cures all kinds of sores, cuts apd woundsand a
tnoet uivaluable salve
where at 25 cents. J
3 Oollege Place,.New
8 VAPId A is Opium purified of its sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr. Bige
low, Profeascr of Botany. Detriot Medical Collie.
A most perfect anodyne and soothing opiate. John
Farr, Chemist; New York.
ATTORN F. V S
XSf Office in ika eurt H
The urchins of the city, since
Mayor Jones has stopped their sport
ing with fire-arms, have betaken
themselves to sling-* ots. We ex
pect so an to chronicle the loss of
several sets of eyes in consequence.
Good.—We notice with pleasure
the improvediconilition of the side
walk on Broughton street, cast ©f
Bring, your Job Work to The
Democrat Job Printing Establish
ment, where you can get it executed
promptly, neatly, and very cheap.
Matrimonial.—We learn that
the gloomy dullness pervading the
city at present, ’wifi be broken by a
young couple, who are to be ‘spliced’
early in March. Of course we will
be at the wedding.
V • ■»
The Georgia Agricultural Associ
ation meets in Savannah to-day.—
Decatur county is hot represented.
Will any one be kind enough to in
form us why ?
Southern Musical JournaSl—
We are indebted to Messrs. Ludden
A Bat^, of Savannah, for the above
publication for February. Like all
of its predecessors, it is first-class,
It is given to subscribers at the low
price of ene dollar per annum. Just
here we would inform our readers
that if they want anything in the
musical line, Ludden A Bates are
the very men to send to for it. They
are the most reliable music dealers
in Savannah. Remember this.
leal DiK,v t r T ii? T ’iLr ,g * rd . t “ “* Gol ‘ton Med-
tionsfth. Lung*, i
” ®y OtWWiim y|»i c
“ 4 «podfl<
ud -iT;. *™ rob jre*. and al» for Bronchitis,
fler. I^.°f ^ — Vlood purl
in icht mia’S *° ♦» it » nunc which
00181 di ~ 8 °*
Col. Screven’s Report.—On our
first page will be found the annual
report of Col. John Screven, presi
dent of the Atlantic A Gulf Railroad,
which was submitted to and ap
proved by the Stockholders at their
late meeting in Savannah. Read it,
lor it is like everything that ema
nates from Col. Screven, clear, for
cible, and conclusive.
Diseases that progress rapidly to a crisis
are not the only ones to be dreaded. Canker
or dry rot does not blast a tree as suddenly
as a stroke of lightning, but unless arrested
it destroys it as certainly; and like manner
chronic debility, although it dees not kill
with the swiftness of yellow fever, is as Bare
to sap the springs of life eventually as any
acute disease, if not checked by invigora
ting medication. There is something inex
pressibly touching in the spectacle of prema-
fare decay. Languor, pallor; emaciation,
depression of spirits, and a distaste for exer
tion, are-its ordinary symptoms, and they
should be promptly met by tonic treatment
The best invigorunt and exhilerant that can
be administered in a case of this kind is Qes-
tetter’s Stomach Bitters. The stimulating
principle of the preparation rouses the dor
mant energies of the system, and the strength
ening and regulating properties give a per
manent and beautiful impulse to the vital
forces thus brought into play. The foiling
appetite is re-awakened, the process of di
gestion and assimilation are quickened, the
quality of the blood is improved, the secre
tions became more natural, and every organ
that contributes to the nourishment of- the
body undergoes salutary change. By these
means the repair of the physical structure is
affected and its health and. ngou listened
In no class of diseases has fro Beneficent op-
while the black or brown tints it produces are iden
tical to nature. Factory 68 Maiden Lane, New York.
Pratt’s Astral Oil—Safest and best illumina
ting Oil ever made. Does hot take Are or explode,
if the lamp is upset or broken. Over 150,000 fami
lies continue to use if and i.o accident ol any ins
cription- hare occurred from it. Oil House of
Charles Pratt, established 1870, New York.
The Purest' and Sweetest Cod Liver
Oil in the world is Hazard & Caswell’s, made on
the sea-shore, from fresh selected livers, bv Cas
well. Hazard & Co., New York. It is absolutely
pure and sweet, patients who have once taken it
perfer it to all oihers. Physicians have decided it
superior to any of tbe otiirr oils in tbe market.
Jonvla’s Inodorous Kid Geove Clean
er restores soiled gloves equal to new. Enr sale
By roggists andF.incy_Goodn Dealers. Cnee 25
ceuts per bottle. “ ~ ' ~
F. C. Welis-A Co., New York
Klsley’s Philotokcn is an established,
warranted remedy for Painful Menstruation; and
equally efficient as a Nervons Antidote in all cases
of Nervous Excitement, Stomach and Sleepless
ness in male or female. Sold everywhere tar *1 00
a bottle. Moogas> Risley, Diuggiats, New York,
A Youthful Appeuiwuce a»d a Beautiful
Clear Complexion is the desire of eteryhody. Thia
Mrs. Winslow’s Sootlling Syrup.—It re
lieves the little sufferer from pnin, cures Wind,
Colics, Regulates tbe Stomach and Bowels, Cor
rects Acidity, aud during tbe process of teething it
is invaluable. Perfectly safe m all cases, as mill-
ions of mothers can testily.
Agreeably to an order from the Court of
Ordinary of Thomas county, Ga., I will sell
before the Court HcMse door in Bainbridge,
Ga., between the legal hours of sale, on the
first T uesday in March next, Lot No. 104, in
the 27th District of Decatur county, Ga..—
Also, the east half of No. 141, in the 15th
District of Decatur county, Ga. Sold as the
property of the estate of Francis Kearce, late
of '1 homes county, Ga., deceased. Sold for
the benefit of the hairs and creditors of said
deceased. Terms cash.
MILTON C. SMITH,
January 24th, 1872—tds
R. H. MCGOLDRICK
Bespectfnlly informs the public that he is
now prepared to'do all kinds of work per
taining to the Blacksmithing Business. He
is carrying on the work at the Carriage Re
pository of Mr. C, L. Beach. Plantation
work a speciality. All work warranted,
ME, SIGN & ORMUTJL
1 wish to inform the readers of the Semi-
Weekly Argus, that I am now prepared to do
all IHn^s of
HOUSE AND SIGN
GRAINING, MARBLING, PAPER HANG
ING, GLAZING, CALSOM1NING
In all eolois. I am prepared to do work in
the country or neignboring towns. Have on
hand’d fine assortment of Paints. My prices
are moderate and I guarantee toy work to
stand. Call qti-or address
JAS. F. VAJN HORN,
octl3 ly Bainbridge, Ga.
W. O. S OBBRS,
BAINBRIDGE, - - GEORGIA,
Keeps constantly on hand
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. TOYS,
In great variety, which for style, quality and
price oannot be excelled. A full line of ;
HOLIDAY end BRIDAL PRESENTS
J £*~WATCiiKS and JEWELRY repaired
eration of the Bitten been mere marked and ** short notice, and warranted.
These Instruments have been.-' before the
public for nearly thirty years, and vipon
their excellence alone attained and wnpur-
chased pre-eminence, which * pronounces
them-unequaled, in . -' * 'dj
Tone, Tnitcli, Workmanship and Bu*.
Hility. ‘ D,
All onr SqtJABE Pianos have our Near. Im
proved Overstrung Scale and the Agraffe
Treble. We wonld call special attention to
our late Patented Improveirimts in Grand
1 in no oth-
Every Plano Pally Warranted ifor Pive
. Years. .
We are by special arrangement enabled to
furnish Parlor Organs and-Melodeons of the
most celebrated makers, wholesale and retail
at lowest factory prices. Illustrated cata
logues and price lists promptly furnished on
application to WM. KNABE & CO.,
no v 166m
DR. E. J. MORGAN.
Office in Dr. J. D. Hoyl A Bro’s Drug
Store Can be found at night at his residence,
on Water street. * dec22 ly
J. Walk urn, Frortlttot 1
Can. Ag’t*, Sao Praoctoco, Cal,
Wonderful Cnratin' QM»
They ora mt a vfle Pnncjr torfnk, Made of Poor
Bom, Whiskey, Proof Spirit* nnd Refuse
XJqooFs, doc tore J, spiced end sweetened to please ths
taste, called ’ Tonies,'’" Appetizers,’’ “Keatorers.” As.,
-that lead tlio tippler t>n to dmoksniwMand ruin, t>utart
a true Medicine, mado frvm flfe.toative root* and liorbs
of California, free from afl Alcoholic Stlmu«
limta. They arc the GBSlT BLOOD PURI-
PIER and A LIFE Cimo FR1XCIPLK,
a perfect Renovator end Dnigorator of tbe Svstem,
earning off all polsoneusaatwrend rwterlng the blood
to e health v condition. N# person can take these Bit
tern according to directions, said remain long unwell,
provided their Senes are not destroyed by mlaer.il
poison or otber means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond the point of repm^.
They are a Bentle Purgative m well ns a
Tonic, possessing aba, the peculiar merit of acting
aa a powerful agent in relieving Congestion orlnfiaan-
matloo of the Liver, and all tbe Visceral Organa
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether to
young or old, married or single, at th* dawn of woman
hood or at the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters have «e
Per Iaflmmawtory mid dsreble SkcdSla.
tlam mad Coot, Byspepda or Indigestion,
Rnioue, Remittent send Intermittent Fe-
vers, Diseases or the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys nnd Blmdder, these Ritters have been meet
successful. 8aeh Diseases are caused by Yltlnted
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organa.
DYSPEPSIA OR RhlSESTIbi, Head
ache. Pain to tha Shoulders, Coughs, lightness of tbe
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
Bad Taste tn the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ef
the Heart, Inflammation of the Longs, Pain to ths
regions of the Kidneys, end e hundred other painful
symptoms are Che offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the Stomaeh and stimulate die torpid
Liver end Rowels, which Vender them of naequaled
efficacy to cleansing tha blood ef all impurities, and Im
porting new lift end Vigor to the Whole system
FOR 8KDT DISEASES, Eruptions, TettA, Salt
Shewn, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls, Car-
bauble*, Ring-Worms, Scald Head, Bore Rye*, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationst>f the Skin, Uamorsand
Dbeaset of the Skin, of Whatever name or nature ere
literally dug up and carried outof the system in a short
time by the Use of these Bitten. One bottle ia such
eases will codviuco'the most incredulous of their cura-
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find its Im
purities bursting through thg skin In Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
end sluggish in the veins; eleense it when it is foot,
end your'feelings will, tsil yon when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Fin, Tape send other Warms, lurking in tbe
system of so many thousands, Are effectually destroyed
and removed. Says n distinguished physiologist,
there is scarcely an Individual upon th* face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of
worms It is not upon the healthy elements Of the
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
•nd aHmy deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
anthelmintics, wiU free the systesa from worms ate
Sold by all Draggteta nnd Dealwk
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD A C6,
Druggists and General Agent* San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, Kew Vvrk.
These Bittern ora positively Invaluable to
ALLSKiN DISEASES, tRU-PTIONS
They purify the ayatem. and will cure
DYSPEPSIA a CENTRAL DEBILITY
Remittent gad Intermittent Fevers,
NERVOUS 01 SEASES .LIVER COMPLAINT
eind are a prevmtiTn of ChHla and Fevur.
Dl SLASES OF THE KIDNf Yfi bLADDE-
All yield to their powerful efficacy.
IRE COOP FQRTHE MENTAL ORGANIZATION
aAre an antidote to change of Water and Diet.
THEY WILL RESTORE YOUTHFUL VICC h
to the Wasted frame, and correct all
tRRECULAPFY OFTHE DOWEL
Th« grand Punaotn ft* all toe IBs of Bto.
TRY ONE BOTTLE
FHYSICIAIS THHIP ;
w .. . r A PimiBEITB
n A special feature of the Weekly World is a c
Ily compiled summary of the news of each week.
It is made so complete that no on* who reeds it can
tail of being well pasted on all the important new*.
of the day.
published Tuesday and Friday, to a large quarto
sheet • containing all tiie news published in the
Daily World, with the exception of such local reports
as may be of no interest to non-residents of New
York City Its market rqpsrts are aa hill as those of
the daily edition, md it doubt ins, besides interesting
literary matter, ottFriday of eactxweex, a full re-,
port of the Farmers’ Club.
THE DAILY WORLD
contains all toe news of the day that can b# ob
tained by mail and telegraph from all pert* of the
world, and tootosb^t discussion of all topics of i n-
BOOT & SHOE
E. N. H Y A f T
Respectfully informs the citizens^ofBaia-
bridge and Decatur county, that he is pre
pared to do all kinds of boot and sho« v t^k
with neatness, quickness and cheapness. He
always baa on hand the finest leathers and
findings, and therefore can always warrants
rw^job. Call and see him. door “
obinson's wood shop.
Administrator s Sale-'
ty virtae of a decree of the Superior Court
of Hancock county, Ga., will bqAWd b*™**
the Court House door in the city of Bairn-
bridge, Ga., on the Fntsr Tuesday m Maijh,
1872, within lie legal hours of «de, the fol
lowing property, bo-wit : Lot of Lena No.
192, in the 19th District of Decatur county.
Sold aa the property of the estate represented
by file undersigned, for divuaan. reran*,
cash—purchaser paying tot stamps a»d fftle
de6<fc ' J. B. JOHNSON,
Adm' zEetate James Thomas, dec’d.
C. W. DUBOSE,
AiftnY Estate Wm. Dijon, deceased.
1872. THE WORLD. 1872
In the year 1872 General Grant’s successor
is to he chosen; the Forty-third Congress to
The people’s votes, white and black,
and South, will thes decide the future destiny
of the' Bepablic, select its rulers, prescribe'
HuW to influence the people’s votes J
By the newspapers—for it includes every
other’ agency. It makes known events and
facts—among all influences the chief, ft
sembles tbe vaster outside audiences which
cannot gather to the State-House* tbe pulpit,
or the stump. It is the constant interpreterjof
men’s affairs, and of error or truth is the daily
Nfxt November is onr political harvest-
time. As we sow we shall reap.
The World's seed-sowing will be fruitful
to the extent that its circulation is widely
pushed'by tboso who approve it% aim
The World will aim to represent and com
bine the labors and the votes of all those who
find best insurance of the people’s prosperity,
peace, and progress in -a government adminis
tered on the principles and in the pure prac
tice of Jcffjrs.n and Jackson, and who descry
tbe iqpnt and origin of tbe present corruptions,
extravagance, misgovernment. subversion of
public liberties, aud insecurity of private
rights in our rulers, lawloss usurpation of in
terdicted and undelegated powers—usurpation
that to-day marches deliberately on to the
subjugation of popular rule and the possession
of die iitorial power—for by acts of Congress
General Gra ‘.may even now destroy the free
dom of State elections, lnvado the State* et
his pleasure, and declare martial law of his
All those who would maintain the honor of
republics, and would preserve public credit v, y
punctual payment of public debts.
All those who would cut down to fewer and
fit objects all ;ippria*ions of the people’s money
(to-day more than double, nearly treble, the
appropriations ofaPeinocratie Congress eleven
years ago, not counting annuities to ludi&DS,
pensions to soldiers, aDd interest on debt), aud
who would oblige all spending of the people’s
money got by taxes to be with honesty and
thrift} likewise all those who would spare a
little the people’s landed estate for the land
less miliions hercafter'aad atop its squander
ing dominions in a day upon those who al
ready )Wn too much.
All those who would reduce the number of
commodi'ies texod by our tariff from .thous
ands to a few dozens, and so emp y our cue
tom-houses of half their ifficials,- rid the stet
ute-books of hslf their odious snares for h.on
esty or bribes to fraud and. unfetter scores of
our native industries.
All thogo Who would lower the rates also of
ottr tariff taxas to the point of most easiiv
yielding the largest revenue—who would
abandon the protectionist system of reduoing
the public revenue - bilst increasing the extor
tionate profit? of a few at the expense of all
All thoso who would abolish every unlaw,
ful tax, like that on h-comes; every unjust tax
like that which gives banks the people’s prof
its on a national currency; every unequal and
indeterminate tax, like that levied most cruel
ly upon the poor—the tax of our irredeemable
The World will aim—as the recognised
and leading organ of the Democratic party in
the greatfoens of national commerce - Und in
telligence—to fnlfill thie it’« mission find duty
w ith steadfast boldness and fidelity,- to inspire
in the ranks of those who think the same
things concerning the Republic an united, or
ganized, determined, and persistent xeal; to
win new recrafts from among those who have
been enemies to the Democracy in conflicts of
a dead pa*f; and to marshal an unbroken pha
lanx to the triumph at the b&lUt hox (tn»
battle-field of republic*) of Liberty, equality,
AS A VEHICLE OF NEWS,
The World will spare no Mediate, no energy,
to maintain and advapoe its place in the first
rank of metropolitan journals. It* fresh,
abundant, various, and accurate news, com-
pii-ing the whole cire e of current intelligence
and literature, will be discussed, as becomes.
A TRUST WORTHY ORGAN OF
with Van dor, with steady devotion to sound
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STATE OF GEORGIA, CITY OF BAHT-
Will be sold before the Coart Home door
m the city of Beinbrid**, between the usual
hours of sale, on the Fiwt Tuesday in March
next, vacant lots in said city of, Bainbridge
levied on as the property of J. C. CTnwy to
satisfy a city tax fifa issued by E. /. RauVt
Clerk of Council, vs. said Curry. *”
Also, at the same time and place; property
situated ea the south end of West Street
levied on as Ihe property of R. H. Butler to
satisfy a city tax fifa issued by E. J. Raney,
Clerk of Cooneil, vs, said Butter..
8Iso. at the same time and place, one lot
of land situated in rear of old Hotel, levied
on as the property of Bower. McGill A
Bower and Sims A Crawford, to satitd f a
city tax fifa issued by E. J. Raney. Clerk of
Council, vs said Bower, McGill A Bower
and Sima A Crawford.
Also, at the tame time and phtce. one
b|acksmi(h shop, opposite Jail Lot, levied
on as »h(-property of W. A B. Crawford A
Brother, to satiifv a city tax fifa issued bv
E. J. Raney. Clerk of Council. T«.uid
B. Crawford A Bro.
_ --*■ ■
Also, at the same time and place, one
house nod lot, bouuded north by Rirbo and
# ouih by Mrs. Howell, levied on es the
property of Jacob Blount, to satisfy a city
tax fita issued by E. J. Raney, Clerk of
Council, vs. said Blount.
Also, at the same time and place, ofte
vacant lot situated on Water Street, levied
on as the property of C. W. Blouat, to satis,
fy a eity tax fifa issued by TS. J. Raney,
Clerk ot Council, vs. said Blount.
Also, at the same time and place, one,
house and lot. situated Dear the Cemetery
levied on as the properly of Bob Butler, to
satisfy a city tax fifa issued bv E. J. Raney
Clerk of Council, vs. said Butler.
house and lot sitaated oa west end of Shot-
well street, levied on as the properly of
Dr. J. L. Criwlord to satisfy a city tax fifa
issued^’ E. J. Raney, Clerk of Council, va.
Also, at tbe same time and place, on#
bouse aud lot levied en as tbe property of
D, W. 1 room to satisfy a city tax fito issued
by E. J Raney, Clerk of Council, vs said
Also, at tbe sams time and place, one
house and lot,'levied on as tbe property of
George H Cliett., to satisfy a city tax fifa
issued by E. J. Raney, Clerk of Council, vs.
Also, at the same time andplace, one
house and lot situated west of West street,
aud formerly occupied by Jaoob Born, lev
ied on as the properly of F. G. Arnett to
satisfy a city tax .fita issued by E J. Raney,
Clerk of Council, va said Arnett.
* PROBERT COLLIER.
February 5, 1872.
S. H.—Purchasers must pay for title
deeds and stamps. P. C.
B1BB01, MILCH 11
STRAW GOOD^„ lb ,
1873- Federal Re-
White Goods, and Embroiderie:, &c
ARMSTRONG, CAT0R& CO.
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers
BONNET TRIAIMING, NECK A HASH
RIBBONS, VELVET RIBBONS, NECK
TIES, BONNET SILKS, SATINS, VEL
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F LOWERS, Feathers, Ornaments, Frames
etc. btraw Bonnets and Ladies and
Children’s Hats, trimmed and untrimmed,
And in connecting warerooms “White Goods,
Linens, Embroideries, Laces, Nets, Collars,
Setts, Hawdhupilitofu, Veiling, Headsets,
Nos. 337, and 339, Baltimore Street,
bought for*Cash'directly from the European
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Orders filled with care, promptness and
Atlantic mid Gult Rait.xOad, r >
Savannah, Dec. 1871. )
IVN AND AFTER SUNDAY, DEC. &
vj Pawenger Trains on this road will run
as follows ;
7.35 a to
3.10 a m
7.50 a m
840 p m
8.20 p m
. rLcuixc. John c. uruMtn
FLEMING ft RUTHERFORD,
ATT OHKEYS AT LAW
O FFICE over drugstore of Butt* A Peabody.
Are tolly prepared to t#ke charge of ail
'£uTVe gireifto this deportment donne tne year | case* arising under the bankrupt law. [je?5,6»,tf
Leave Savannah daily at...
Arrive at Jeeop _ " ...
Arrive at Albany “
Arrive at Live Oak “ ...
Arrive at Jacksonville
Leave Jacksonville daily at.
Leave live Oak “ .
Leave Albany “
Leave Bainbridge "
Leave Jesup “
Arrive at Savannah “
Through to Jacksonville witiMmt change.
NochmJge of cats between Savannah and
^ Claes connection at Baldwin Wifli teams <m
Florida Railroad, to and firom Fernand inn
and Cedar Keys. . .
Rleeoing ear on this tram.
Clo»? connection at Albany with trains on
Southwestern Boilroad. _
Passenger! to ana firom diudswick top
close connection with title train.
Leave Savannah (Saturday! exoept-
e<J) at. •' .11.00 p m
Arrive at Jeeop (Sundays exe.) at. .4.00 a m
Arrive at Albany “ ..8.10 pm
Arrive at Live Oak “ .12.65 pm
Arrive at Tallahassee “ ..5.25 pm
Arrive at Jacksonville “ ..6.00 pm
Leave Jacksonville “ .8.30 am
Leave TaUahaasee “ ..8.45 am
Leave live Oak * ..1.15>m
Leave Albany “ ' 1 • -7-50 p m
Leave Jesup “ ..7,1* a m
Arrive at Savannah (Mondays :
This u the only train mhkiiig close connec
tion at Live Oak, for stations on J.. P. A M,
Railroad west of Live Oak.
Close oonnectaoq at Albany with trains on
H. 8. HADISS,
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