The Weekly Democrat.
Thur«lojr. February »*, 187*.
Jlotv to Get Rich.
Put on the air* of an eight-keyed flute,
If you're only a penny-whistle :
Push where r yon can for a Harden rose.
If you're only a wayside thistle.
Blow, whenever yon blow your horn,
So that the people can understand
Tlrnt you may be sharp, hut you won t flat
In society's great braai band.
Pass the plate or the hat in church
With the usual Sabbath air.
But move with a mild, religious squeak,
That people way know you’re there.
If yon carry a nose six inches long,
And a lxmk can scarce be longer,
Believe it a sign of perception strong,
And the longer it is, the stronger.
But if in the order of nasal tubes
Your organ is brief in measure.
Then, brevity being the soul of wit, #
Consider your pug a treasure.
Love your neighbor—hut mark the force
Of the gospel rule of grace-
The more you admire yourself,_my friend,
r your neighbor's place.
Clink your dime in the Deacon's pan,
As if you were throwing gold,
And give with an eye to the business hope
Of reaping a hundred-fold.
Whether your reading is little or great,
Quote right or never quote ;
Polish y«nr uppers, though down at the heel,
And never indorse a note.
Alwny* advance best hand, best foot,
Best hand, best foot for your own,
And thus you may feast on the fiat of the
While others enjoy the bone.
Governor Heed’s Impeachment.
Speaking, editorially, of the re-
injpeacliment of Governor Reed, of
Florida, the New York Evening
Post of Saturday says:
Mr. Harrison Reed will be remem
bered aa one of the “loyal Govern
ors” who traveled through the North
ern States in 1868 with reports of
the dreadful deeds of the Sou^crn
secessionists. He appeared upon
one occasion at a ratification meet
ing in Cooper Institute, and was
greatly applauded for his patriotic
sentiments. He proposed to restore
Florida to a “proud position” in the
Union. Mr. Reed was elected Gov
ernor that year. Not many months
afterwards rumors of corruption be
gan to circulate in Florida. More
than a year ago an incident hap
pened which pointed to Governor
Reed more directly as one of a rapa
cious railroad ring which had con
nection in several of the Soutliern
States. North Carolina changed
the political character of its govern
ment.. and the thieves who had
made their headquarters at Raleigh
fled from that State. The leader
among them was Mr. Milton S. «Lit-
'gykAV. .who published the Raleigh
wood has interests of the
TFiobio. He ran to Florida, where lie
has since been protected bj Govern
or Reed against every requisition or
summons. He has been plying his
old vocation with equal success as
in North Carolina.
One after another the corrupt
rings which have ruled the Southern
States seems to bo crumbling. When
they are all broken peace will return
$nd there will probably bo no call
for Ku-Klux laws. The ring Gov
ernors in North Carolina and Geor
gia have already been driven away
by the force of public opinion, and
the maladministration in South Car
olina, Louisiana, Teias and Arkan
sas must soon give way before the
popular zeal for reform in those
now beautiful the following gem
from the pen of the late George D.
Prentice, and how happy the heart
that can see these beauties as he
“Why is it that the rainbow and
the cloud come over us with a beau
ty that is not of earth, and then pass
away, and leave us to muse on their
faded loveliness ? Why is it that
the stars which hold their nightly
festivals around the midnight tin-one
arc placed above the reach of oui
limited faculties, forever mocking us
with their unapproachable glory?
And why is it that bright forms of
human boauty are presented to our
view and then taken from us, leav
ing the thousand streams of affection
to flow back in Alpine torrents upon
our hearts ? We are born to a
higher destiny than earth. There
is a realm where the rainbow never
fades—where the stars will be set,
but before us like islands that slum
ber on the ocean, and where the
beautiful being that passes before us
like a meteor will stay in our pres
Good.—We learn that an Irishman,
who had been employed at the Cemete-
xy, in thia place, some time since, went
to Washington for the purpose of
drawing his .pay. After receiving it,
the Paymaster discovering a sabre
•car on hie face, remarked, ‘‘you were
ia the war.” “Yes,” said he. What com
mand were y»u in!” said the Paymas
ter,” “In General Fitzhugh Lee’s com.
mand,” said he. “Did yon hare the
audacity to apply at a Federal Ceme
tery for work when yon were in the
Rebel Army!” “Yea,” replied the
Irishman, “I helped to kill the beasts,
and I thought I had a right to hel£ to
bury them.—Culpeper Obftr.r:
A. T. REID & CO.
To Eat and Wear
IN ONE, AND
V&- IN THE OTHEB!
EEP constantly on hand
BACON SIDES, BACON SHOULDERS, BACON HAMS.
DRY SALT SIDDS, DRY SALT SHOULDERS, MESS PORK, by
SUPERFINE FLOUR, EXTRA FLOUR, FAMILY FLOUR,
GARDNER’S EXTRA FLOUR, PLANT’S EXTRA,
DOUBLE ANCHOR BAGGING,
SUGAR of all grades, BEST COFFEE, MEAL, CORN, RICE, STARCH,
SOAP, POTASH, SODA, etc.;
SHOES AND BOOTS (ALL GBADESiHATS AND CAPS
MEN AND BOY’S CLOTH AND OIL CLOTH OVER-CO A'lS,
TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS.
THE NICEST LOT
XiAdies 9 JPVW.NPS oamd ISMCwmifife,
LADIES’ SHAWLS, NUBIAS, HOOD§, LADIES’ DRESS
GOODS, COLUMBUS MADE GOODS, TRUCK FOR
TROWSERS, CaSSIMERES, STRIPES,
CHECKS, COTTON YARNS, 4-4
SHEETING, 7-8 SHIRTING,
8 oz. OSNABURGS,
CROCKERY OF ALL GRADES, SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES,
''BUGGY HARNESS, TOBACCO of all grades, CHEESE,
BUTTER, FISH, FISH ROE.
IN SMALL STORE
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
RUMS. PORTER SALE;
ty BY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Will bny Cotton, Com, Cow Hides, and any^other Country Produce. Cosh or barter.
nov24 Cm A. T. REID & CO
iRIJTOM «C Co.,
B AlNBRIDGE, GA
Three very Superior Articles are offered by- the Sulphuric Acid and Superphosphate
Company of Charleston S. C, viz:
A complete manure, adapted to Cotton, Grain and Tobacco, being the well knows arti/
cle heretofore offered at the very high grade of 15 per cent, dissolved Bone Phosphate of
Lime, with the addition, as heretofore, of Peruvian Guano, Ammonia and Potash. Price'
$55 per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, and *60 per ton, payable Nov. 1st,
1873, without interest.
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A new article ofabont the same high grade of Soluble Phosphate, compounded with thede-
ments of Cotton Seed in such a manner, as to ensure one of the best fertilizers for Cotton
and Grain, at a lower price than the Etiwan Guana Price *40 per ton, if paid on or be
fore the 1st of April next, $45 per ton, payable Nov. 1st, 1872, without interest.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from 18 to 30m cent, of Dissolved Bone Phosphate, and thus waMmg the
planter by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a saving of an sir* con
axo freight. Price $35 per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, *40 per ton.
payable Nov. 1st, 1873, without interest
TAKE NOTICE, that aix these fertilizers are of the highest grade of Soluble Phosphate,
and must kelp for more than nn* year. ^
Are endorsed and prescribed by more leading
Physicians than any other tonic or stimulant
now in nae. They are A SURE PREVENTIVE
for Fever and Ague, Intermittent*. Billiousness,
and all disorders arising from Miasmatic cause*
They are highly recommended as an anti-dy*-
peptic, and in case* of indigestion' are invaluable
as an Appetiner and Recuperant, and in ease* of
Geneneral Debility they have never in a single
instance failed in producing the most happy re
sults. They are particularly BENEFICIALTO
FEMALES,strengthening the body,invigorating
the mind, and giving tons and elasticity to tbs
< whole system. *The HOME BITTERS are com
pounded with the greatest care, and no Tonic
Stimulant, ha* ever been offered to the public SO
PLEASANT TO THE TASE, a>'d at the same
time combining so many remedial agents, in
dorsed by the medical fraternity as tbe best
known to the Pharmacopoeia. It costs little to
give them a fair trial, and
Every Family Should Have a Bottle-
We ask every one to read the following certifi
cates from many of tbe most eminent physicians
in the country:
' St. Lotus, July, 1870.-JAMES A. JACKSON
A CO.: Gentlemen—As you hdve communicated
to the medical profession the recipe of the
“Home Bitters,” it cannot, therefore, be con
sidered as a secret or patent medicine, no patent
having been taken tor it. We have examined
rhe formula for-making tbe “Home Bitters,"and
unhesitatingly say tbe combination is one of rare
excellence, all the articles used in its composi
tion are the be9t ot the class to which they be
long, being highly Tonic, Stimulant, Stomachic,
Carminative and slightly Laxative. Tbe mode
of preparing them is strictly in accordance with
the rales of pharmancy. Haring used them,
seen its effect in our private practice, we take
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
desirous of taking Ritters, as being the best
Tonic aad Stimulant now offered to the ; ublic
L, Ch. Boisline're, M. D. F. G. Porter, M. D.
Alfred Heacock, M. D. C. Gericke, M D.
brake McDowell, M. D. C. A. Ware, M. D.
J. C. Whitehill, M. D. E. A Clark, M. D.
Dr. C. V. F. Ludwig, S. G. Moses, M. D.
W. A. Wilcox, M. D. Hubert Primm.
U. S. Marine Hospital, St. Lonis, Mo.,
Oct. 8, 1870.—Jos. A. Jackson A Co.: I have
examined the formula for making the “Home
Stomach Bitters,” and used them in this Hos
pital for tbe last four months. I consider them
the most valuable tonic and stimulant now ir
use. • H. Mclchcr.
St, Louis, July t, 1870.—Jas. A. Jackson
Co.: Having examined the formula from which
your celebrated “Stomach Bitters” are prepared,
md having witnessed the method of combining
the different ingredients, we can s«fely recoin
mend them as the best tonic with which we are
acquainted. From the great care with which
they are compounded, and from the choice ma-
terial^whicb enter into them, >re have no doubt-
that they will prove, as they deserve to be, the
most popular tonic and stimulant in use.
T. J. Vastine, x- n. T. G. Comstock x. n
We cheerfully esneur with every word con
tained in the above testimonial.'
John Conzelmun, h. D. John Hsrtman, x. t>.
Cbas. Vastine, x. n. John T. Temple, x. n.
G. S Walker, x. ». E. C. Franklin, x. n-
ttneinnati, Oct. 19, 1870.—Mersrs. W B Ken
nedy A Co., agents “Home Bitters”; Gents—
Agreeable to your requests, I have examined
the formula of the “Home Stomach Bitters,”
and find the remedies it contains such as are in
general use by tneMedieal Profession. They
are very scientifically and pleasantly combined,
and as stimulating tonics will be found especial
ly adapted as corroborants to the treatment of
low or debditated stages of the system, whether
arising from impaired digestion or from malari
Dr J L Vattiers L A James, x n
R S Wayne, Chemist CT Simpson, x n
W T Taliaferro, x o S P Bonner, x D
J J Quinn, X » C S Muscroft, x S
J H Buckner, in GW Bigler, x t>
W R Woodward, x n G A Doherty, x »
Chicago, Sept. 30, 1870.—J L Smith. Esq.
We bay® examined the formula for the “Cele
brated Stomach Bitters,”’and find it to be com
posed of articles that ore considered the best
tonics used by tbe Jiedieal Profession, and one
of tbe best bitters we know of now ia nse.
H S Hahn, x p B McVicar, x »
JB Walker, it » Ga Mariner .
Norman S Baines, x ».
For Sale by all Druggists aad
For Sale by DR. M. D. HOTL 4k
BRO., Bainbridge, Georgia.
March 18,24 1871 ly.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE..LERS IN
HAVE NOW READY TO OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET.
They have on hand everything their friends and patrons rnav
wish to purchase. Their prices are pct down vert low, hoping to
... make up in sales what is lost in profits. Their
"W IsA. c. BEE Sc CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS, Charleston, S. C.
Rule Ni Si to Foreclose Mort
APRIL TERS1, 1871.
Richard Sims vs. Stafford W. Long.
It being represented to the Court by the
petitition of Richard Sims, that by deed of
mortgage dated the 10th day of May, 1869,
Stafford W. Long conveyed to the said Rich
ard Sims Forty Acres of Land, No. 132, in
the 21st District of said county, for the pur
pose of securing the payment of a certain
promisso.v note, made by the said Stafford
W. Long to the said Richard Sims or bearer,
dated on the 10th day of May, 1869, and
due nine months after the date ’thereof, for
the sum of One Hundred Dollars, which note
is now due and unpaid. It is ordered that
the said Stafford W. Long do pay into this
Court by the first day of the next Term
thereof the principal, interest and cost due
on said note, or show cause if any he has to
the contrary, or in default thereof foreclosure
be granted to the said Richard Sims of said
and the equity of redemption of
W. Low " '
the said Stafford W. Long therein be forever
bound, and the service of this role be per
fected upon said Stafford W. Long according
PETER J. STROZIEK,
Judge S. C-, A. C.
Rule Ni Si to Foreclose Mortgage
and Order to Perfect Service:
Richard Sims vs. Stafford W. Long.
It appearing to the Court by the return of
the 8herifftbat the defendant resides without
the State, it is ordered that service be per.
fectedby publication once a month for four
months in the Bainbridge Democrat.
PETER J. STROZTER,
- Judge S. C., A. C
A true extract from the minutes of the Su
perior Court, October Term, 1871.
T. F. HAMPTON,
Dee. 1st, 187L Clk. S. C.
The Plantation four miles from the city of
Bainbridge, known as the DUNLAP PLACE.
Apply to r. Ia BABBIT.
^n 1arm 5
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CASHMERES, MOH AIRS, DIAGONAL STRIPES,
% ALPACCAS, ALL WOOL DeLAINES, SILK
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i^Of all Descriptions. A large lot of^PERA FLANNELS, vary, cheap. Their stock of
Is very extensive, and being bought before the rise, are offered LO^ !
Their stock of
Inequality and cheapness cannot be excelled. a®*CLOTHING FOR
GENTS, HATS, CAPS.-®* To their former stock they have added a foil
CONSISTING OF LABOR QUANTITllS OF
BAGGING ahd TIES, COFFERS,
SUGARS, FLOUR, BACON, LARD, Ac.,—
In ihet everythin* kept in a Xmt dam Grocery Howe,
Plantation Wagons, with Bodies, & Compete i
and warranter h months for l
We are foUyprepared to make advances on .or purchase COTTON.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of a good opportunity will dp well to
give ns a cafl. ■
•S’*We are also Agents for the Liverpool, London and Globe Insur
ance Company—the best and strongest company in the world. For
farther information apply to T- HUNN EWELL & CO-,
o«tiTtf Bursm^ Ga.
. F. R. R.
BAOWAY’S READY RELIEF
odium tbk wossr pants
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES
hut owns hour
After reading this advrrtisemeDt need any on# suf.
for witK pain.
RADIYAY’S READY RELIEF
Is a care for ereijr pain. Itwas tbe first aad i* th#
ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Instantly stops th* most excruciating pstn, >1.
ays InflamaHona, and cores congestions, whether of
be Longs, Stomach, bowels, or other glauds or or.
gmas, by one application. _____
IN FBOM ONE VtteXStSSTY METOTL8
no matter bow violent or, crociating tbe pain tbs
RHEUMATIC, bed-riiden. infirm, Crippled, »r
vous, Neuralgic, ot prostrated with disease may su
RAD WAY’S READY BELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
INFLAMATION OFTHE BLADDER.
INFLAMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CNOGESTION OF THE LUNGS
SORE THROAT DIFFICULT BREATHING
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP; DIPHTEHIRA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
The application ofthe Ready Relief te
the part or parts sphere the pain or difficul
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Twenty drops in half a tumbler of wate*
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SPASMS. SOUK STOMACH. HEARTBURN,
SICK HEADACHE. DIARRHEA. DYSEN
TERY, COLIC. WIN1> IN TILE BOWELS,
and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should always carry a bottle ef
Radway’s Ready Relief with them. A few
drop's in water will present sickness or pairs
from change of water. It is better than
rreuch Brandy or Bitters aa a stimulant,
FEVER AND AGUE-
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There is not s remedial ageiiiin this wer'd.
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THE GREAT BLOOD #URIFIER.
Every drop of t.lte SARSAPARTLMAN-
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•ootid material. Sen.fuln, Sypiiili Conmimp-
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Month, Tumors. Nodes in the Glands and
itlier parts of the syslein. Sore Eyes, Stru-
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.rorst forms of Skin diseases. Eruptiees,
r’ever Soers. Scoald Head. Ring worm. Salt
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n the Flesh. Tumors, Cancers in the Wo pb
<nd all weakening and painful discharges
Night Sweats, Loss of Spe-m and all wastes
>f the life principle, are within the-enrs-
five range of this wonder of Modern Chem
istry, and a lew days' use will prove to any
person using it for either of those forms ef
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Not only does the Sabsaparkxiax Rksol-
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cure ef Chronic, Scrofulous Constitutional,
and Skin diseases: but it js the only posits**
KIDNEY* BLADDER COMPLAINTS.
Urinary, and Womb diseases. Gravel, -Di-
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Price, 25 cents per Bex. Sold by druggest*. -
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