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BAINBRIDGE, FEB. 9,1901
WTOR-E. J. Willis. M ..RSBAL.-E.• H.
itii'ii't Deputy aiitraliHl, V*. H. bcott. 1 >
X«n, ClaikWt<l. *-•».»«» or ,V°r NC , 1 vn,
luMsbiium CITY TiSAdU KU.—H- A. Lj tit,
XLI'FUMKS.—W. W. tvriff tit, \\ % C. Mat bits
I A UeldfE. T. miles. V. Berry, t V m.
L ' f COORTY DIRECTORY.
I JkDlKAKY.—Y, ii. Maxwell. t-LfcC
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fcuvTY Tkasurf.k.—'ieo.S. McNair. W/pt*
l^r-HCKYOR —-J • 1>. Tolbert. Coroner—1W
1 ™rlS? Jl-w* OF «:ity CoUT.-B. B.
IKEiTCET OF HYKET SOCIETIES
■I'OK Lwoe.So. d.-Mcets 8r<t Thursday
tji inch month, at 8 ;>• hi*
<> D. Harrell,W. M.;G. O. WoniUiull, S
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A. Mc’Tyre, Truss.i W. W. I uin.t l, «. 1.
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\cause, J. S ; V. Burry,Ty ler.
BA1NBIPOS K A . OHAPTE S >. 91.
r J no, F.. Toole, High Priest; L. K. But-
U,„ King; Hr H. H. Wilson, Scribe; B.
HI'*ui o ot II.: a. 0. Willis, K. A. C.; S!g
ahau'n' V. S.; H. B. Mirllcti, U. or iw
1 • I. Zvchnrias, M. of 8nd Vail;, W. W. liar-
, M. of Iff Vr.il; V. Berry,Sentinel
KNIUlITS OK PYTHIAS.
UCATO LontiE, No. Si.—Meets 1st and 8r0
Toevl.iyai in each luont.i, 8 p. ux
r, —A. M. Ramsey. V O.—M. O'Neal,
late—TJ Williams. M.ot \V.—J Eloole
4 K.and S. and M. o£ F—V • Berry. M. ol
__r W Wimberly M. at A.~-\V H Ingram.
. — h. J. ilbuanut. U» Broclcctt
The circus will lie here Fob’y 15th
dny next. Remember • the dale
Dressed and dried boards at Reid
Son’s, near depot.
Japt* jNed bwindciiTnends' are
|d to see him on the streets again.
,2c pound Sage, absolutely fresh
pure at Greua In Drug Co.
iiemember the Olympia Opera
apanv at the opera house Thill'S-
/ 0 loads of lot manure for sale
e lrom nut grass and saw dust.
11 B. Bbockktt.
See elsewhere in this issue order
* adjournment of Court till Mon
, the ibih it.st.
Thorough bred Shepherd imps
) sale. .Apply to H. B. Broekett,
J’lie veg ilar oio<n,iu:v 'if the Conn
IComniissidhers was held Monday,
of the members were present.
mi pr -pare* to
pensi iKrs in
I the year 1901.
T, B. MaxwEli-.
Jhe Olympia Opera Company one
■he best troupes or 'he rosd, will
lit the opera ho ist* Tnursday night
Llr. and Mrs. A. Jf- Rid' have uiov-
|ntO their new residence on the
her of Bough to: and Don a iron
lee cLswhcre in tins issue card of
|W. Bullard Contractor and build
He FolvitB your w -rk and guar
The interior of the Armory of the
Ilepeudents is tastefully draped m
ick in respect to the memory of
lent. JV. Yv\ Palmer, deceased.
Frhe Great Rlmda Royal Show
Till exhil.il held 1..:'. Friday the
Itii inst. Don’t forget the date of
tir pei'io.aieiiOe. LG-jis open at
rclock sharp. „
|C)wing *o the death of Dr. Palmer
recention bv the ladies of the
esbylei mu church, at the. residence
[.Mr. C. FI. Caldwell, has been post-
I.M r. and Mrs. D. T. Williams are
loicing over the arrived of a bright-
Led baby girl at their home on
roughton street. The little one ar-
led 'V dues lay g .’.nd Tel-
that she is his very itn-
)n Friday evening of next week,
musical, vocal, physic J culture
. art classes of the Ga. Southern
|iiui y Coilcg'.-, iv i! g’vc a recital
art exhib tion -.1 tne College,
miere-tin ' j <•. gihas been
Itnged and those who attend may
aci lo be eniertaincd.
At a meeting of the Oriou Lodge,
F. & A. M., on Tuesday night last
Cols. Byron Bovver and Russell Flem
ing met the goat, and they were
“his’n.”' Tlie boys complain of being
a trifle sore but they are still m the
I have on hand several Wheeler &
Wilson latest improved sewing ma
chines which I will sell cheap. The
best machine made.
W. W. McCulley,
The Ladies Aid Society*, of the
Methodist church will entertain in .a
very unique way at the residence of
Mrs. M. W. Howard ou Shotwell St.
next Friday night 14th inst. Jt is
earnestly hoped that a large attend
ance will be on hand.
Crescent Coffee Mill’s Java and
Mocha Roasted Coffee—one and
three pound caps at .’85c. and $1—
nothing better on the market—tp be
found at Sims & Cliett’s City
The Pickert Comedians were to
havcjbogun a three niglit6 engage
raent here Thursday night but owing
io the euclemeucy of the weather
the show was knocked out the first
night. They played to kn appreciat
ive audience last night.
The drill given by the cadets of
the G. SL M. College on Monday ev
emng opposite the court house square
was witnessed by a large number of
our oitizous all of whom expressed
themselves as highly gratified at the
showing made by the boys.
It will be a matter of news to
many of our readers to know that
Brack Adams, who was convicted in
Miller come two vears ago for the
murder of Seymore Long, has been
pardoned by Goyernor Candler. The
pardon was granted 'one day this
Pittman’s System of Stenography
taught, the shortest and best system
now in use. Five lessons per week
at night at $5.00 a month, would like
to get six good.pupils. Apply to G.
ii. Austin Bum bridge Ga., office
with Townsend <& Westmoreland.
Mr. M. J. Bnetenbach, ol New
York Ci'y, brother of Mrs, H. 1>.
Ehrlich, has picsented the Georgia
Southern Military College with three
handsome silk'flags. Mr, Brieleii
bach lias visited Bainbridge a num
her of times and ins thoughtfulness
in this matter will not be forgotten
The stock of general merchandise
of the bankrupt find of To rise &
Dickenson was disposed of at public
outcry yesterday at. 11 o’clock. The
purchaser was Mi*. L. A. Free, of
Cairo, and the amount paid was
$805.00, Mr. Free will move the
stock to Cairo where he will open iq
It seems that the commissioners
are having trouble in determining
upoiAhe location for the new Court
House. They have had several
meetings this week but no definite
decision has been reached in the
matter. It rnay be that the Com
missioners themselves are split upon
Prof. S. B. Nye, the Eye Special-
isfof New York, is in town. Prof.
Nye is now operating at the Grenada
Drug Company’s Store, where lie is
prepared to-attend to all eases of Eye
troubles. All persons who use glass
es, who find difficulty in using them
with satisfaction, and those whose
sight is very defective and particular
ly those who complain of chronic
headache and dimness of vision after
using their eyaa a short time, will
positively find entire relief and cure.
Prof. Nye is making a caref.d exam
ination of ine eye, aud whatever
glasses required, no matter how com
plicated, ha prepares here himself at
his office, and no extra charge will be
made for tha examination. Will be
in Bainbridge but a short time.
TO THK VITiKsM (,F HVfiVUHlUtitt.
I am now better prepared than
ever to do your dravage— Loth light
add heavy. I appreciate the kind
favors my friends have shown me in
the past and I promise them to ren
der more efficient service in the fu
ture. It shall he my aim to hold
prices down to the lowest possible
figure. Very tn.ly yours,
H. B Brokett.
Strayed from my place, one cream
colored mare colt, about -one and a
half years o’d. E. Rich,
G H Dillard, Bainbridge, Ga., does
first-class carpenter work, and for the
[owest cash figure. He furnishes es
timates cheerfully and executes his
work neatly. Give him a trial.
.4 General Merchandise
* Store! *
I have genuine bargains
. to offer YOU!
Small profits and quick sales, honest
weight and just measuie, prompt
attention ami courteous treatment
constitute my motto.
Can I Say More?
Make it convenient to call, at my
store and be convinced of tliese
W Ii. GASSETT,
For Cash Only.
PerUna, per Bottle $0
Muiiahi) “ “*
Wine Cardui “
S. S. S. “ small
S. S. S. * “ large 1
Groves Chill Tonic “
Warner’s Safe Cure “ -large 1
Peirces Golden Med. Discovery
“ Fayorile Prescription
P. P. P.
Kilmer’s Swamp Root large
“ “ “ small
Cutioura Resolvent 'large
“ “ small
“ Sul re
Booohes German Syrup
Dr. Miles Heart Cure
Cashraan Boquet Soap
Syr Hypophosphites ’
Simmons Liver Regulator
St. Joseph Regulator
Johnson’s Chill Tonic .
Hall’s Hair Renewer
Parker’s Hair Balsam
Ayer’s Hair Vigor
Coke’s Dandruff Cure
Fradfiirld’B Female Regulator
Wompole’s Cod Liver Oil
Scott’s Emulsion Cod Liver Oil
Eno’s Fruit Salt
Lydia E. Piukham’s Compound
B. B. B.
Salter’s Eye Water
Dickey’s “ “
Bruce’s “ “
Kendall’s Spavin Cure
Mel leu’s Food
Winslow’s Soothing Syrup
May never lie built, but I am building up a trade
with the people of Brinson and surrounding commu
nity chat will last.
A COMPLETE LINE—
Of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Hard
ware and farmers’ supplies. Why ride eleven miles,
over sandy roadB, when you can buy goods of me at
MY LIVERY STABLE,
In connection with my other affairs, is up-to-date.
Good teams on reasonable terms. Drummers and
traveling men can get tlieir wants supplied at my
stable. Yours Truly, *
. J. H. BRINSON,
Merchant and Liveryman.
j— .... , BHIh'SON. GA.
-A FIRST CLASS-
in 181 BOARD STABIE!
- I am devntini? iny be*t atteution to the cure of a liiuitwd number of horses
l have only experienced horsemen, and they are under mv direct supervision.
My Bray Line
IS RUNNING ON FULL TIME AND IF IOC NEED
ANY HAULING CALL ON ME.
GEO. IX GKRIITFI-Nr,
r of Life and Mi,
Grenada # Drug
It is often whether you have your
prescriptions filled promptly
We make a Specialty of
Our Prescription Department
And family recipes
are filled from pure
fres^ drugs, and in
the most careful
and exact manner.
Our charges are reasonable and our service prompt ajid
obliging at all times.
•We also carry a complete stock pf
Patent and proprietary Medicines, . Fancy
and Toilet Artioles, druggist
Which we will seil as cheap ns they can be bought anywhere
E CITY DEIIB
Bainbridge, Georgia. /£•