BAINBRIDGE, FEB. 9, 1901
M'.fU'-'-l X CHANCE FOll -
• IHK liKU M. A TOOBTT.
>IA FINE RAILWAY
| The Tallaha«seani A meeting of
Bill Arp* in his last eommnniua- the subscribers to the Geotgta Pine
tion to the Atlanta Constitution pub- ]t ; ulroad was held Monday night at
Nordan has classified woman as “a )j#hes U)B followllll? | cUor which he the city lmll . It wa8 ca! i t . d for the
received from Ohio: 'purpose of devising ways and means
"Palmyra, Ohio.—Mr. Bill Arp, j or carrying out promises to the Geor
Gorgv: Pleas write in your paper to gj a p,j ie Hm]|-oatl Company, vis: To
the Best of your knolage the hislry
of the moon from a Bibul standpoint,
lias it got a lite of Its own and if not
whar do it get its lite? Does' this
earth revolv tord the sun or not? Is
the sun -tashenery or not?
delusion and a snare.” It
easy to understand why men
in hugging delusions.
Millions of people are familiar
with Du Witt’s Little Earlv Risers
and those who use them find them
to lie famous little liver pills. Never
gr'pe. R. L. Hieks.
To the Public.
1 nave a very large spring and slim-
mer pasture near town where 1 will take
cows at morning and graze them during
the day. returning same at night, for the
.urn of if 1.25 per month.
GKO. D GKIFF1N.
give them $8,000 In cash,, twenty
acres of land contiguous to the C. T.
& G. and 3. A. L. railroads and in or
near this city, and the right of way
to the boundary line of Lson county fgest enough food to keep the body
, What on a route to be selected by the com- strong, such a preperation as Kodol
“Do you believe inau is made of efekt<Jo llie ra00 n baye on animals? pany » 8 c j v n engineer. Dr. Moor, Dyspepsia Cure should be used.
A powerful! engine cannot be run
with a weak boiler, and we cannot
keep up the strain of an active mind
with a weak stomach; neither can
we stop the human machine to make
repairs. If the stomach cannot di-
DR. s. j ciissimt
. Physician and Etrteo
Treats diseases of the Eye,
Nose and Throat.
All calls promptly attended.
dust, Mr. Snip?” “Not all of them, ^ jy| iat e f e kt on I ogs at Butchering
said the tailor. “Dust always settles, ^ a b,nt fry in meat and makin
and I know men wiio do not.”
Like bad dollars, all counterfeits
of DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve are
worthless. The orignal quickly
elites piles, sores and all skin diseas
es, R. L llicks.
At any rate Mrs. Nntion and
George Washington are tho only
p-'Ople who ever brought the hatchet
into prominence in this country.—
Persons who cannot take ordinary
pills find it a pleasure to take De-
Witt’s Little Early Risers. They
lire tho best little liver pills ever
made. R. L. Ilicks.
Home. The sweetest conceptions
of heaven are in the word. The man
uho has no desire logo back to his
home is not an example of groatness,
hut of littleness and meanness.—Ex.
There is always danger in tiseing
com torfeits of DeWitt’s Witch Haz
el Salvo. The orignal is a safe and
oirtain cure lor piles. It is a sooth
ing and healing salve for sores and
all skin diseases, R. L. Hicks.
A good mother, when her son was
leaving the home of Ins childhood
and going out into tho great world,
knowing that lie was ambitious, gave
him this parting coiijnnotion: “My
son, reihomber that, Though it is a
good tiling to be a great man, it is a
great thing to be a good man.”—Ex.
Reports show a greatly increased;
death rate from throat and luug
troubles, due to the prevalence of
croup, peneumoma and grippe. We
advise the use of One Minute Cough
('uro in all of these difficulties. It is
the only harmless remedy that gives
immediate results. Children like it.
R. L Hicks.
Camilla Clarion: Mr. W. II.Cul
pepper sold two cai loads of hogs in
Atlanta last week for $1,500. The
hogs averaged 200 pounds each and
were sold lor 5 cents per pound gross.
Mr. Culpepper has done much for the
people here in demonstrating tho fact
that money oau be made on a farm
without tho cotton crop. Ho has
taken an old farm and ill a few years
brought it up to where almost any
crop will pay on-it. Ho has intro
duood new methods of farming, uses
improved implements, looks closely
after the business and, as a eouso
queuoc, made a success of his farm
from the vory beginning.
For the weakness and prostration
following grippe there is nothing so
prompt mid effective as One Minute
(tough Cure. This preparation is
highly endorsed us an unfailing rem
edy tor all throat amt lung troubles
and us early use prevents cons mpt-
iou. It is made to cure quickly.
Jl. L. tlicks.
gravy? Does the meat mkrease In
the fryin pan it butchered at full
“Mr. Arp, I’m a widower and want
you to find me a good woman for a
mait. Do the moon efekt potatoes
and makin lie soap, and when forlks
git married should they marry in the
newo moon or the old moon to live
happy? Don’t the Bibul say the moon
is to be a sign to God and man, and
if you know of a good woman down
in Gorgy who hankers after a nroth-
ern man tell her to write to me. Do
the moon change from newe to old
oust a month, or is the same moot,
shaded by a planate? I would like a
woman who has 1 some good land and
is not over 45 years old. Is thar a
shore enuf man in the moon? I have
got sum money and want a good-
hearted, kind woman to love Me, but
I don’t want a fraud. Your trend
“P. S.—I want good laud for boot
to oven up with my money.”
Arp says lie will furnish the man’s
name to any woman in.Georgia who,
makes the request for it. We give
the Ohio man tho benefit of Our ex
tensive circulation, but it is doubtful
if there is a Georgia woman who is
“hankerni” in this direction. This
might be the enso in some rare in
stances, but, as a rule, Georgia wom
en do their “hankorm” nearer home,
though it is doubtless true that in
many instances titey might go fur
ther and faro no worse.
HAD LIVKD AS A MAN.
A New York dispatch says: The
deatli of Murray Hall, proprietor of
an employment agency on Sixth av
enue has been reported. Hall died
from cancer of the left breast, and
when Dr. William C. Gallagher made
an examination lie found the victim
to be a woman.
Dr. Gallagher learned from other
oooupants of the houso whgre “Mr.
Hall” lived that “Mr. Hall's” wife
died two years ago, after a married
life of twenty years. Many who had
known Hall for years never suspect
ed that she was not a man.
Coroner Ztioca Baid the dead Mur
ray Hall was a woman about 41 years
of age, and had dresied as a mau in
order to help the business along.
Neighbors declare that “Mr. Hall”
had been married twice. ' Ilis second
“wife,” who died two years ago, was
well known and well liked.
Judge Raney and Senator Myers, of
the committee appointed by the sub
scribers to make a contract with Pres
ident Williams of the railroad com
pany, stated the facts in the case,
showing that $8,000 had already
been placed in the Tallahassee banks
subject to the order ol Williams upon
the completion of the road and the
commencement of a regular schedule
between this city and Bain bridge;
that twenty acres of land had beeu
bought and paid tor; that the right
of way had been secured along the
entire route to the county line, with
the exception of three gaps.
BKAVE MEN FALL.
Victims to stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles as well as women, and
all feel the results in loss of appetite
poisons in the blood, backache, nerv
ousness, headache and tired, listless,
run-down feeling.' But there’s no
need to feel like that. Listen to J.
W. Gardner, Indoville, Ind. He says:
“Electric Bitters are just the thing
tor a man when he is all ruu down,
and don’t care whether he lives or
dies. It did more to giye me new
strength and good appetite than any
thing l could take.. I can now eat
anything and have a new lease on
life.” Only 50 ots., at R. L. Hicks’s
drug store. Every bottle guaranteed.
digests what you eat and it simly
can’t help but do it. li. L. Hicks.
Sat at tb.e
“0. K.” LUNCH COUNTER-
ON WATER STREET.
ItlSuMeaU at all hours and served in
style. Bring us your eggs nnd chickens.
HE. WALKER, Proprietor.
W. W. PALMER, JR,
BAINBRIDGE, f . . . -GA.
JfiyOffice—Corner Water and West
itreets, in Chascn Building.
ALBERT, H. RUSSELL,
Attorney at Law,
BAINBIilDGE, - - GEORGIA.
Office Over Bainbridge State Bank.
IsT. S- PERRY
aSSTOEFICE AT HICKS’S DRUG
•nVOMCOUN KOII FLORID A.
The prince of Wales is very con
.servative in the matter ot eating and
drinking, lie dislikes long lisis of
uosinctildes. and as to beverages it is
well known to bis friends that only
certain wines are acceptable to his
palate. He is very particular as to
what cigars ho smokes. The lieir
hour to Ids meals and very rightly,
waits fur nobody. Indeed, it is re
corded of him that on tho occasion
Jacksonville Tunes-Union and Cit
izen: For some years the supply of
brooracorn has constantly fallen be
low the demand, high prices have
ruled, and a syndicate tried to corner
the market, but failed for lack of suf
ficient capital. Our state commis
sioner of agriculture makes a showing
that will arouse loud comment and
must be followed by investment—
the machinery must come and the
, , . , . , crop will follow. Tiie experiment
apparent likes to sit down at a fixed I .
1 1 | was made with thirty one acres; the
.crop footed sixty-two tons and it sold
for $4,000—the commissioner esti-
, . . males the net profit at $75 per acre,
wlitn a relative cf the prince, a per- 1 ,, ,
, , 1 ; , Broouioorn in r loruta is easy of cul
tivation and leaves the land in order
sonage ol high degree, arrived
The impression thro' ghont the
country, says the Kansas City Journ
al, is that Mrs. Nation is a wild, fa
natical temperance agitator whose
zeal has run away with her discretion.
But those who are acquainted with
her and witii the Kansas situation
say they is method in her madness.
Her purpose, it seems, is not merely
to destroy a little saloon property,
She desires to t”st the right of liquor
sellers in Kansas to the protection of
law for their saloon merchandise an'd !
fixtures. Her attorneys were sur
prised and disappointed that the pre
vious oast against her was dismissed
They had preparee for a full trial of
the oase on its merits, and expressed
confidence in their ability to win.
When President Lincoln was as
sassinated Queen Victoria wrote the
following letter to Mrs. Lincoln: “I
am overwhelmed, dear Mrs. Lincoln.
What can any earthly being say
to lessen the terrible blow that lias
come upon you in the loss, and the
loss iu such a way, of your great and
noble husband? Accept with this
my heartfelt sympathy in your affio
lion, through which the good God
alono can guide you to peace and res
ignation. My people are shockod by
this terrible calamity, which is to me
a personal grief. My tears and pray
ors are yours. May He comfort and
protect you always.” When m 1881
President Garfield succumbed to the
bullet ot an assassin, after a long pe
riod of suffering, the Q een wrote a
personal letter to Mrs. Garfield, say
ing: “I have watched, during the
last few sad months, with admiration
the patience and Christian fortitude
of your gallant husband, and learn
with great erief that he has passed
away. I, too, know the sorrow of
such unhappy desolation, and I ask
yon accept mv deepest s;, mpathy in
your bereavement. President Gar-
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BAINBRIDGE, - - GEORGIA.
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