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ipertcd al f- per square
nil $1 for each stibse-
solid lines of this type,
with contract adverii-
ight lines are $15 per
annum. Local notices
months are subject to
k.ers who desire their ad-
ed, must give us two
sementg, unless othcr-
. -} onlract, will be changed
Iuarv notices, tributes of
jndred notices, charged
•inenv* ^ llst ,ake 'lie run ° r L ,1,e
do not contract to keep them
* —lar p.ace.
j.^ents for candidates are $10, if
“ e insertion
(j^ilue upon the appearance of the
* land the money will be col--
Ll by the proprielot.
leretlrictly to the aboverules,
ft frain them under nocircum-
1‘ltOFESSl OAM L.
I ■ ie drug store,
| f rrell. Resi-
^iM \ >f Shotwell
•- . I hint.
I A T T L E,
^Sture, West side
(.dental engine, and
make his ottlce
Olllce hours 'J
i *" r ‘ r SffiilCOCK,
ridge and vicini-
» Harrell & Bro
J Church, where
Onr Prices are 1_
NONE 0 . D . S
is office on South
n E. Johnson’s
. ___y t° attend to the
t ^J^’onable rates.
! tt Decatur and a t L a W
tend a cordial,..
I , —-----
j Prompt attention given to all buslneas en
trusted to^me. t
P* MCOILIi. *. o'kmi.
McGILL & O’NEAL
Attorneys at Law.
Their office will be found over the post of-
JfKO, E. I>ONALSON f
BYRON B. BOWFR.
BOWPR & DONALSON.
Attorneys tad Counsellors at Law.
* Office in the court bouse. Will practice
[in Decatur and adjoining counties, and
Wlgawhere by special contract. a-25 7
H. r. SHARON,
ttorney at Law.
Office in. Uonrt House.
^Will practice in all the courts of the
Ay Circuit, and Supremo Court of
fia. tie Circuit and Supreme
frts of Florida, aitOelsewhere by special
Jnbridgi, On., April 23,188L—ly.
ill River Saw Mill
Is now ready to Furbish
U MB E R
lie'cargo, and at reta.il, for the Lowest
I! exchange Lumber for Leg*. Corrcs-
' pondence solicited.
f ADOLPH Id. COHEN, Pro.
j idge. Ga.. July 7—3m.
icr of Brosd and Sli it well streets, is
open uud ready for business, and in
riling a liberal share of the public
onage, the ptoprie’.or guarantees satis-
ion in every particular. He wants
Ltton.thts season, and is prenared to
M house apd ship that number, so
you bring in your cotton don’t, for-
*e Planters’s Warehouse.
0.1) GRIFFIN. Proprietor.
he Bainbridge Democrat.
BY BEN. E. RUSSELL, j )
BAIXBRIDGE, GA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881.
Maorrrn on a Sleeper.
‘•Don’t you often have trouble with
snoring passengers ?” asked a reporter
of a sleeping-cdr conductor.
“Don’t . ?” repeated the conductor,
with fervor. “Oh. no! never, by any
means ! Why, there’s one tuan, a drum,
tuer for a Chicagb house, who crosses
with me regularly fcVery week, who’d
drive a deaf corpse crazy. He's a little
bit of tt tnafi, and don’t weigh much
more than a hundred, but he cart Snore
for twenty. He lays himself out, and
falls asleep the uiiuute he get the cover
over him. 'Thdh the fun begins. I’ve
known him to have the whole car awake
and yelling fur me and the ponef; and
he snoring away as calm and peaceful
as a fetlby. The last trip he made wr
had A minister with us, a big, jolly gen
tleman, who had the berth ne tt to fciin.
He snore*! for half an hour at a stretch,
and the poor preacher oould’/t get a
wink of sleep. But he didn't say any
thing till the others had «ived up veil
ing in despair. Tj^n the drunuier
lulled over jt/hi- side, and, giving a
kind of cooking snoHt like it man hav
ing his throat eut, he at >pped snoring.
For about half a second there was dead
silence in the car. Then we heard the
minister say :
“Thank God! Tite scoundrel’s
‘•Women are Al bad for snoring as
men, and much worse tempered with
one another about it. We carried a
theatrical company a month ago. Actors
and actresses don’t often take sleepers;
I hey ltavte A nack of making themselves
comfortable in a couimen. seat. But
this party had been ^tfavelii'g »H the
day before and acting till midnight, and
was tired out. Well, they turned in,
and pretty soon an old maid, who had
the coDer berth, began to raise Cain
about one of (hem snoring. She woke
the whole party up, and 1 never heard
such a chorus in my b >rn days. First
one began to pretend to snore, and then
anotbe 1 ' and another took it up. For a
whole hour they kept at it, and only-
stopped when they hadn’t strength
enough lelt to go on - Vou can believe
the old uu,d didn’t have any remarks
on snoring to make after that sere
'THE ACHIEVEKENT Of YOM-
The army of Lord Cornwallis which
was surrendered at York town was 8.000
strong and took posse.ssion of (hat place
on the 1st of August, 1781, under or
ders from Sir Henry Clinton, to take
and hold a strong defensible position in
Virginia. The whole besieging force
amounted to about 16,000 men, of whom
7,000 were French and the remainder
continentals and militia. The invest
ment was C unplete on the oQth of that
month. The place was taken by parallel
approaches, the first of which was estab-
li-bed on October 9. On the 11th the
second parallel was opened. A portion
of the British works was assaulted and
carried on the n'gbt of the 14th. and
tie captured ground included in the
parallel. The French luss iti this attack
was about 100, and that of the Ameri
cana much less. Cornwallis’ retreat bjr
sea was cut, off by the French fleet of
thirty-seven ships under Count De-
Grasse. The British Geucral made a
sortie on the 16th which entirely failed.
On the 17th he proposed to capitulate,
and terms bavin? been agreed upon
surrendered on the 19th, his whole
force consisting of 7,247 regular troops,
840 sailors and 106 guns. The total
British loss during the siege was over
The important part in this closing en
terprise and battle of the war taken by
the French appears from the above facts,
and will account for the conspicuous
part wh cli the descendants of our dis
tinguished allies Will have in the Cen«
tennial celebration which opened with
appropriate religiou- services yesterday.
The achievement at Yorktown was one
ot the most important events of the
greatest struggles for independence, and
virtually Closed and ctowned It with suc
cess —Savannah News.
’ THE L0TTEBY OF ASSASSINA
Senator Edmunds, the present Repub
lican leader at Washington, denounces
the election of Mr. Bayard as president
of the Senate as a prize drawn by the
Democracy in the lottery of assassina
Mr. Edmunds seems to forget that
the assassination was entirely Republi
Guiteau, the demoniac murderer who
fired the deadly shot at President Gar
field, is, like Mr. Kdmnods, an ultra
Republican. lie says he was divinely
inspire i to kill the President in order
to reunite the quarreling factions of the
Republican party. Except by this mur-
d.T, he could not see any other means
of keeping Democracy out of power.
So far us can be gathered from their
public utterances, GuiteaU and Ed
munds seem to be about equaly irritional
regarding the result? that might follow
from the restoration of the Democracy
to the control of tile government - —New
I York Sun.
Broad, but Kn«inrtiMlike.
A newly elected justice of the peace
who had been used to drawing deeds
and wil'sand little else was called upon
as his first official act to marry a eouple
who came into his office very hurriedly
and told him their purpose. He lost
no time in removing his hat and re
marked. “Hats off iu the presence of
the court.” All being uncovered he
said “Hold up your right hands. You,
John Marvin, do solemnly swear thut^
to the best of your knowledge an* belief
yttu take this yer woman ter have and
heboid for yourself, her heirs, cx**kyer>
ters, administers and assigns, lot your
an’ their uscat:d behoof forever ?’*
“Ido,’’ answered the groom.
“You, Alice Ewer, take this yer
man for yer husband, to have an’ ter
hold forever and you are lawfully seized
in free-simple, are free from all incuji-
berance. and hev good right to sell
bargain and convey to the said guaran
tee yerse f, yer heirs, administrators and
“1 do,” said the bride, rather doubt
“Well, John, that’ll be about a doU
lar’n’ fiftv cents.”
‘‘Are we married,” asked the bride.
‘•Yes, when the fee comes in.” Af
ter fumbling it was produced and hand
ed to the “court,” who pocketed it and , gist, writes tl e following letter from Mer-
continued: “Know all men by these: ida. Yucatan* I have discovered the
presents, that I, fcetn? in good health ruins of an aucient Masonic temple, where
and of sound mind, iu consideration of! ** P™* 8 and “»P ci * n » ^ to gather
On the Mute SIflt!:
, A Michlgitidlri IVho wag riding along
the highway-fleaf Charlestown, Ya.. a few
days ago, came across'i-riS^rc who was
grubbing out a stunm near the meadow
fence, ttiui after a few questions about farm
products the Wolverein asked :
“What do you get for taking that stump
“Just fifty cfilifS,” was ihc reply.
"How longhaveyou been workingat it?’
••Wall, nigh 'bout a week, I reckon.”
“And how much longer will it take?
• Wall, 1 ’spects I could finish it to-mor
row, but I reckon I wont do it afore Fri
-xVhy r* ,
“Wall, lieali am de pint. If 1 finish it
to-morrow an’ git my money. I'll lie, bound
to dhif) down io Halltown an’ bet on a
boss Rice and lose it all. If I wait till
Friday, I kin hab de means of gwine inter
de circus at Charlestown. I know my
wea--nes. boss, an' so i’ze ewine to sot
here atl'dig a leetle an' chop off de las
root when 1 heal) de circus ho’us blowin’
on top de red sknle house hill.”
An erect bodily attitude is of vastly
more importance to heulth than most peo
ple imagine. Crooked positions, if niam-
tariied for any length of time, are always
injurious, whether in sitting, standing or
lying posture, whether sleeping or waking.
To sit with the body leaning forward ou
tile stomach, or to one side with the heels
elevated on a level with the head, is not
only in bad taste, but very detrimental te
health. It cramps the stomach, presses
th* vitld. organs, interrapts the free mo
tions of the chest, and enfeebles the func
tions of the thoracic and abdominal or
gans. and in fact, unbalances the whole
muscular system. Many children become
slightly humpbacked- and severely round-
shouldered by sleeping with the head rais
ed m a high pillow. When any person
fin-Js it is easier to sit or walk or sleep in
a croocked position than a straight one,
such a person may be sore bis muscular
system is badly deranged, and the more
careRi! he is to preserve a straight or up
right positicn again the better.
Dr. Le Flugema distingaished arclueoio-
There are certainly no products of
the arts so cheap as the newspaper, and
it is difficult toluiagine any other thing.
Were it not a medium for the commu
nication'ot the commercial needs of the
community, which form a part of its
income, but are not strictly one of its
journalistic functions, it would be im
possible to furnish what it docs at the
prices which it gels. That on the whole
it dues tiut pay like other furnished
products—the cake, the cigar, the
oyster supper, the ribbon, the laces, the
glass of beer—can otsly be explained on
the theory once advanced by the Eng
lish philosopher who was asked why the
tiidnufactuiers of ale were aH million-
airs, and the author* all poor. “Be-
i cause." be replied, “lor one man who
lids brains, thirty have bowels/'*'’ ‘
“ rou are a colored physician, 1 believe,”
said tile justice.
“Yes. sah, uo’ as gooder one as de sun
ebber shined on.”
“Why did you cary a pistol? To fin
ish oeople in case your medicine failed?”
"Jerige, Hat is a slander on de medical
’fession. 1 toted dat pistol 'cordon to de
“You can find no precedent in the scrip
“Now. Judge, if I can probe by de Bible
dat 1, as a doctor, was tole by it ter tote
a pistol, will yer let me off ? ”
“Well, sah, (lurin a <.asion spoken ob by
de Testament, a man said, physician heal
thyself ’ 1 seed it fur <le fust time yester
day. an' immediately went an' heeled iny-
s?lf. Dar now, sah.”
••Mr. constuble.” said the judge; “tdril
The ' Washington Star says tVj^re
have been; perhaps, more changes in
WISDOM AND Ftf*
The aong of the billiard ball. “O, carom
The pantry cook slogs “good pie sweet
tart, good pie.”
Mice will get into mischief every time
*n gnawportunity presents itself.
The man on the “home stretch” can be
found on the sota in the dining room.
A good whiskey sling—sling the bottle
out of the window—after it is >s empty.
When a young tnan is alone with his
best girl he is generally supposed to be
“holding his own.”
Unbecoming forwardness ofterner pro
ceeds from ignorance than impudence.
We seldom fiud people uBgratefal as
long as we are in a condition to render
Old men's eyes are like old men’s mem
ories ; they are strongest for things a long
The fortunate circumstances of our life
are generally fottud to be of our producing.
The generality of men have, like plants,
latent qualities, \hich chance brings to
The most miserable pettifogging in the
world is that rf a man in the court of his
Everything without tell the individual
that he is nothing; eveything within per
suades him than he is everything.
Be courteous with all, but intimate with
few ; mid lei those few be well tried before
you give them your confidence.
Learning is well enough ; but it hardly
pays to give a five thousand dollar educa
tion to a five-dollar boy. . .
A Danbury man with a hammer went to
New York, las*, week, to secure a piece of
the obeliske. but the police nabbed him
before Egypt it off.
Horsemen believe that Maud S. will
Se&S attain a speed so terrific that a
straight track wilHje necessary to prevent
her from running into her own Slilky.
The most thorough hi pocrite in exigence
is the young ntan who can successfully as
sume to love the younger brother of his
We have just read a handkerchief flir
tation code, utid advise all men wishing to
avoid a breach of promise suit to,wipe
their mouths with their coat-tails.
A cynical old soul was reading from
Wordsworth ; “Heaven lies about us in
our infancy.” “Yes,” said he “just so;
and our neighbors lie about us when we
“Yes. dear, of course we’re going to
Washington this winter; the President is
a widower, you know.” “How awfully too
utterly sweet!" “ Yes, and the new British
minister's a bachelor.” “How too pre
viously tonsmtiuteiy lonely!” “1 can't
marry them lioili, yod know, deal 1 :” “No,
d-ir, leave me just one.”
In several crops of’the Russian army
the persone* o^ the United States S^n introduced in the place
ate thi.- year than hr'“ -vocurretrin ohe
single inA<0* government
Since the 4rd day of last Marcq twenty-
one Senatofs have retired by expiration
of tertrV, resignation and death Anr
other feature of the new Sebate is the
( unusual number of young men and of
men comparatively new in public life.
Of tbe twenty-one Senators who took
their seats last week, onL half a dozen
can be said to hare attained national
a dollar’u’ fifty cents to uie in hand
in order to celebrate their mysteries. The
, _. , , , Masonic lodge of those belonging to the
paid, the receipt whereof .a hereby ac- ^ towan , lhe „ orth . tl|Jlt
know lodged, do by these presents have j jjasona belonging to tbe second and
declared you man and wife during good third degrees points to the south-. I have
behavior and until otherwise ordered found a few of the mystical dice, a stone
by the court. ; on which is carved an apron with a hand
»- ' on it and a cabalistic stone (the stone is
HEWERS OF WOOD- of such a description that yocr correspon-
The Constitution says one of the finest j dent is of the opinion thathe foond • aim-
displays at the Exhibition is made by j jlar store in the temple of Heliopolis). I
‘•f ansas with its wheat and corn.” | have taken copies in clay, and shall try to
II ft looks to us like a rebuke to our establish the relation between these dis
own people, to have farmers c<*uje tre.m i Masonic attributes and those
a distance of nearly a thousand miles to j foam , at nl(>mphig au d Thebes. I think l
show- them the.r- CORN ” Georgians ; nQt ^ mMktc if i 6uspect s rel ,.
stand around as buyers of corn mstcad tho se attr,bates discov-
Of exhibitors, as they should be. But .. ,, . ..
u p,c„,b. h.„„ ,r,„d!~
drawers of w iterali their itv--?. l *>ey ■ York.
ha r e a perfect right to do so—although ! , ^ T
the work is hard on them —Cofumktu i Two hundred pieoea of feat colored print a
Timrg, 1 five cent* per yard at 3. 8t«fclinger’«.
The aggreate losses by the late for
egt fires in Michigan, including one
thousand and forty-seVen dwellings, one
hundred and thirty stores and offices,
twenty eight school houses nnd eight
churches, are estimated at 346.413.
The insurance on tbe property destroy
ed is $623,632, and that the hearts ot a
generous people have not been Closed to
the appeals for aid from the stricken
peninsular is evidenced in the fact that
relief to the amount of $472,106 in cash
has already been distributed, to say
nothing of food and clothing in large
H"n. Columbus Drew succeeds the
the late Samuel Fairbanks as State
Agent for the Bureau of Immigration
at Jacksonville. The very best ap
pointment that could be madfi Mr.
Drew is one of the moat accomplished
and eonscientioQ? ukii in this State, and
would adorn any position within the
gift of the people or the Executive.—
i H is excessive modesty is ail that has
kept him ont of the bah* of Congress
If the Democrats of the 2d district set
wisely they will make him their candi
date for congress in tbe next campaign.
Just received at the flint river store, a fall
line ot Philmdelpaia and Baltimore gents
ladies and childrens shoes, at lower prices
fhan Eastern markets.
of men as sentirie-. The wolf d*>g of
the Ural Mountains has been found
most 8ervicable fur this purpose for the
reason that it is wont to signify its dis
approval of intruders by low growls in
stead ff vociferous barking, which
would incite all ilie other d»gs in the
eamp to similar vocal exercises,
“Seizing th:» gigantic Indian around the
waist, the brave boy lifted him into the
ait and finttg him headlong into the chasm-
Panting, the boy slot d and watched the
Indian's body fall from crag to crag until
it disappeared in the darkness below.”
Just at this moment the father of the boy
who was reading this trash came along,
lifted the youngster by the ear utul in the
woodshed matinee that followed the boy
had no thoughts of flinging the old mtn
down a chasm. There waa no chasm
Toronto has just been Startied by the
following prophicies of Rev. Dr. Wild,
which be put into one of his recent ser
mons : “England aud the United States
are to be confederated for the completion
of the civilization of the world and the
reign of freedom. Instead of annexing
this country to them, the United States
will be annexed to Great Brittain. Great
Brittain will be annexed to Jerusalem,
and Jerusalem to God.
England In a short time ie to be pressed
in all directions. Secret treaties are even
now being made against her. It will be
necessary for England and the United
States to join hands in common detense.
YOL. 11.—NO. 4.
GEORGIA, Decatur County ;
Jerry King having applied to me for sop.
plementiug his homestead of personalty, I
will pass upon the same at my office in Bain-
bridge, Ga, on the 29th day of October 1881
at 10 o’clock a. m. Given under my band
and efficial signature this Oct. 3d 1881.
M. O’NEAL, Ord’y.
GEORGIA, Decatur County:
R C Gray having applied to me for set
ting aside a homestead of personalty, I will
pass up«n the same at my office in the eity
of Bainbridge, Georgia, on 8aturui»y the
29th day of October 1881, at 10 o'cloek a-
ra. Given under my hand and official sig.
nature this Sept, 30th 1881.
M. O’NEAL, Ord’y.
Notfoff of Miller County Court.
The monthly terms of this court will be
held in Colquitt, Miller County, Ga., the
4th Monday in every month : and Quarter
ly terms, the 4th Mondays in September,
December, March and June. Parties hav
ing business in this court will govern
themselves accordingly, G. Botkin.
Judge Miller County Court.
Sept. 22, 1881.
Will be sold ' in the towd ofWhigham,
Decatur county, Gn., under a special order
of the Ordinary of said county, on the first
Tuesday in November next, one store house
and lot in said town ; alsb oHe vacant town
lot. Sold as the properly of B. F. and G.
W. lilouiit deceased ; each having sn un
divided hr.if interest therein. Sold for the
benefit of the h'eiis and creditors. Terms
cash. Hekkt Blucxt.
Sept. 8,—4t, Administrator.
GEORGIA, Decatur County:
Notice is hereby given to al) persons
having demands against the estate of II
W Herring, late of said county, deceased,
to present them properly proven, within
the time prescribed by law. And all per.
sons indebted to said estate arc hereby
requested to make immediate payment.
P. H, Uekh)no, .
Execpto^tjf the^ Will of H. W. Herring.
_ All persons holding claims against Wil-
lian D Swicord, Into .of said county, de-
eeaien, are hereby notifies to present them
to me, duly certified, within the terms of
the law, or otherwise they wi.l be barred.
All persons indebted to said estate are re-
qu*S*Kd to make immediate payment to me
JAS. S. SWICORD,
Sep. 12, ’81. (hialified Adm’r.
Will be sold before the court house doer
ia the town of Colquitt between tbe legal
hours of sale on the first Tuesday in Octo
ber 1881, lot of land number 1!2 is the28th
district of Milier county—levied on as tac
property of J F McCormic to satisfy one
attachment fi fa issued from the Justice
court of the 1160th district, G. M. in favar
of J J Monroe against the said J F McCor-
mio. Property noimed out in said fl fa:
Levy made and rSttlfned to me by consta
ble. W. T. Sheffi ELD,
Aug. 29, 1881. Sheriff.
GEORGIA, Mille? County;
P C Wilkin as guardian of W Y Fudge
having applied to the Court of Ordinary of
suid county for a discharge from Ilia guar
dianship of W Y • Fudge’s pel-son and
property, this is therefore to cite ill per
sons concerned, to show calisr. If any they
fcaii. IVhY the said P C Wilkin ns gfiardiitn
should not be discharged from liis guar
dianship and receive the usual letters of
dismission on the 4lh Monday in October
next. Given under my hand officially,
this Sept. 12th 1881.
Wm. Gkimks, Ord’y, M. C.
To all whom it may concern. Tbe peti
tion of IV B Roberts as executor ot the list
will and ffest ament of H C Roberts for leave
to sell the lands belonging to said estate fot-
the purpose of paying the indebtedness of
said estate, This is therefore to eitfe all
persons concerned to gbow cause Ifauk they
can, on the. first Monday in November next,
why such leave should not be granted af
prayed for. Given under my hand and offi
cial signature this Sept. 6th 1881.
M. O’NEAL, Ord’y.
Miller County Sheriff's Sale.
GEORGIA, Miller County:
Will be sold before the court house door
in the town of Colquitt, Sillier county Geor
gia, on tbe first Tuesday in November, 1881
oetween the legal hours of sale the follow
ing property to-wit :
Ninety-two (92) acres of west half of lot
of land hfe 329 in tbe 12th District of Miller
bounty, Georgir—83 acres, out of tbp north
west corner of said best half, levied on as
tbe property of Mrs. Etherline Fenn: to sat
isfy two fi-fas in favob of A. M, Tuzell, vs
F.mcrltne Fehn.nnd other fi fits in thv hand*.
Levy made and return to meby JatUe* fcdck,
constable. W. T. Sheffield,
Sept. 28; 1881 — Sheriff.
To all wliota it may concern : S. ^*
Patterson having in proper form applied t0
me for permanent letters of admtnistratio B
on tbe estate of J» C. Pattersou, late of sai^
county. This is to Cite all andsingula*, th*
creditors and next of the kin of J. C. Pat*
terson, to be and appear at my offieo within
the time allowed by law and show cause, if
any they can. why permanent administra
tion should not be granted to 8. W. Patter
son on said estate. Witness my hand and
official signature. This September 3d, 1881
Ordinary D. C.
Confederate Bonds Wanted.
1 will give fifty cents per one thouaan
dollars for any part of one million dollar*
of Confederate Government Bonds. Con
federate Stale Bonds are not wn&taf af
any price. A. K. LEON,
Oak City Salooft’• Bainhridg?!-G*.
Notice City Tax Payers.
I am now- ready tu receive the diMf
the city for 1881. The book* will remain’
open until the 15th of November, after
which executions will be issued against!
defaulters. C- L. HAWEnlL,
Bainbridge, Ga., Oct 20, 188T.
Notice to the Public.
The scales of tbe Planters* Warehouse hay4
been tested hy the legal standard' weights fu
the Ordinary’s i ffioe, and havo Been ftinndr
correct and' true. Fair dealing aud true
weights is the motto of the Planters’ Ware
Geo. D. Griffis, Proprietor.
Sept. 22, 1881.
By Bis Excellency !
Know all men by these presents, that thg
undersigned does keep a First-Class Bar anti
And has on hand a large and bhoice slock
of Fine Liquors,, CigaiS, etc., the best fb ths
mii kef. llb’nJ<(uariers for the
BEST NICKLE CIGARS.
Call at the
Saloon, often and early, and (Ab’ people'*
Mr. LEEROY PATTERS0N,
Will preside at the Bar.
A. B- iEOB, Pro*
Perry, Houston County, Ga„ Jan. 28, ’80.
In 1873 there were two negroes confined
n jail badly afflicted with Syphilis. In ray
official capacity I employed C. T. Swift to
care them, under a contract “no cure no
pay.” He administered his “8yphiltitic
Specific,', find in a few weeks 1 felt bound
to pay him out of the county treasury, as
he had effected a complete and radical enrt.
A. S. Giles, Ord. Houston co. Ga.
Chaftonooga, Tenn., Feb. 14, 1877.
The S. S. S. is giving good aatisfhction.
One gentleman who had been confined to
bis bed siz weeks with Syphilitic Rheuma
tism, has been cured entirely, and speaks
in the highest praise of it. Chiles & Bebbt.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro
prietors, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Pope & Mc
Lendon. Call for a eopy ef “Young Men's
SAVANNAH. FLORIDA & WEST’S R. R
GEN’L MANAGER’S )
Savannah, May 27th, 1881, (
O N AND AFTER SUNDAY , AUG. 28th;
1881, Passengfer Trains on this Road
will run as follows;
Leave SavnnnaU daily at 1:20 pi; in
Leave Jesup daily at.j ..8:40 p. in
Leave Tebeauville daily at Si'iS p. ik
Arrive at Callahan d ily at 7.'43 p. hi
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at. .8:40 p. m
Leave Jacksonville daily at 7:36 a. th;
Leave Callahan daily ftt; 8:40 M. hi;
Arrive fit Thhendvillt daily at .. 11:10 ant
Arrive it. Jessup daily at 12:35 p U
Arrive it Savannah daiiy at 3:00 p th
Passengers for Darien take this trtuh:.
Passetigfcfs from Savannah ftfr Brunswick
take this train, arriVibg at Brunswick fl:0d
Passengers le*ir,i Brhhstvick at 9:30p. hi.;
arrive at Savatiiiali 3:00 a. rfi.
Passengers leaving Mtlfcbh at 7.-00 t. hi;
(daily except ^undsiyjconiiect at Jesiip tilth
this train for Florida.
Passengers from Florida by this train cblG
nect at Jesup with train arriving in Mafcbil
at 7;60p. m. daily
Leave Savannah daily at .10:45 p ill
Leave Jessup daily at.:: .2t4fi p hi
Leave Tebeauville daily tit .4.-3JJ a th
Arrlvh at Callahan daily at T:12 a U
Arrive Ot Jacksonville at;. .... ..7:14 s ht
Arrive at Live Ohk daily (excfcpi
Sunday)at 7 1145 itt
Leave Live Oak daily at 2.26 p. a.
Leave J acksonville daily at.:.. .. 6 -J25 p m
Leave Callahan daily at ;... .6:23p td
Arrive at A'aycross dai'y at...;... .9;30 p ad
Arrive at Jesup daily at 11:05 p n.
Arrive at Savannah dally at;:;;. .2:00 a m
Palace Sleeping Cars on this tratii dally
between Savannah and Jacksonville, ebdrire-
ton and Jacksonville and Macon and Jifik:
No change of cars between Savannah, nnd
Jacksonville and Alston and Jdckidhvltle
PASSengers leaving Macon 7:30 p th bon*
fleet at Jesup with this train tor Fieridd
Passengers from Florida by ihis Irglh bon 1
nect at Jesup with train arriving tat Macon
7:05 a m daily.
. Passengers from Savannah for t'erfikhdit
na, Gainesville and Cedar Keys tak» this
Passengers from Savannah for Mobtiebllo,
Madison, Tallahassee aud Quincy take this
Passenger* fro hi Quincy, TsliaWied,
Monticello and Madison take this train,
meeting sleeping cars at TebkkhvtHe at 9110
Leave at Savannah at ;. .4;i25 p. m.
Leave Jesup daily at....'. .7:18 a. m.
hbave Tebeauville daily at....... .9:3b p m
Leave Dfapont at .,, s ,i.. .i;. 11:55 a. m .
Arrive at ThoinngviUe daily at;-.. ,6ttt) a. as
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at;.. .8:1$ a. ■
Arrive at Albany daily at; 8:48 a. m
Leave Albany daily at 4;45 b. at
Leave Bainbridge daily at .6;0p p, as.
Leave Thomasville daily at....; ;8.-4$ p.' at.
ArriVe at Dtipont at 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive at Tebeauville daily 3:86 a at
Arrive Jesnp at 6:13 p. ».
Arrive at Savannah daily at.... .9-06 a. mr
Connect al Albany daily with phkabngej
trains both ways on South western Railroad,
to and from Maeoni Eufhula, Montgomery,
Mobile, New Orleans, etc.
Mail steamer leaves Bainbridge ftfr Apa
lachicola every Tuesday and Saturday bven-
I ing; for Columbus every Tuesday and Sat
Close connection at Jacksonville daily
(Sundays excepted) for St. A'ngustihfi; Pa
l.vtka Enterprise, Green Cove Sprittgi and
all landings on SI. Jbhn’s river,
j Trains on B. & A. R. K. leaves jUbktlon*
going west, at 11:37 a. m. daily, SHnday
Through tickets sold and sleeping ear
' berths and drawing room cak accoflllttoda.
tiohs secured at BREN’S Ticket Uflitfr, No.
22 Bull street, and at the company’s depot,
foot of Liberty street
J. S. Tvsrn.
Jka. I, Tkribn,
fitn. Pass. Agent
il. S. fTsiNSS,