CAN’T YOU SEE
I hat the republicans are too sharp
f>r our bin s ? They see lhal no party
ran It .hi the rein* of government ami
ignore tin demand* of the people for
1 eforro. -loliu Sherman & Cos. see
j!, i-. Now, then, they will not allow
' e democrats to catty out the plat
t tin demands, for the simple reason
that Hun- are going to do that them
"!v* **-, ir. the republican party
v. i 1 put a silt i-r plank and an imiorue
Lx | 'in'- in their next j.latf.roi, be
cause tlxknow tin -e t .mg* a red**,
tnaud* (1 In tin* people, and that the
proms* and n , !’oii i !<i tlx* Chicago plat
form u a-> h In' .-nowed them under
in 62. They wil reiiionel i-e silver
a . I gradually vivo other and. Miami* t.f
liie people so that they can have an
o'lx-r twent)-live year xwonp at the
i ; /ei nment. People who read can
- e i‘iat the republican} are fixing to
go in power r gain, and we predict
Unit they are shrewd enough to keep
its poor felhr - out unit! our children
are old eno' to take our p!ac> sand
make a platlerm, and enact it into a
SI ECIMEX CASES.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
was troubled viith neuralgia and rheu
mati-tn, his stomach was disordered,
lii s iiv er vvas affeo.ed loan alarming
degree, appetile nil away, anti lie was
n nib y reduced in health and -trength.
'Three bottles of E critic Bitters cured
Edward Shepherd, Harrsburg, HI,,
hal a running sore on his leg, of eight
> ear*’ standing. U-el three bottles
of Electric Biller*, and seven boxes of
Utieklen’s arnica Salve, aud hi* leg is
sound and we 1. John Speaker, Ca
tawba, 0., bad five large Fever sores
on bis leg, doctors said lie was incur
able. One bottle ot Electric Bitters
and one box of Bucklcn’n Arnica Salve
cured him entirely. Sold at Dr.lt. G.
Bryans’ drug store.
We copy the following from the
New York Weekly Proof Sheet;
“There is no man who docs more
for'he community in which he lives
than the editor of the country news
paper. 'Toiling ceaselessly from one
year’s end tc another, often with in-
sufficient help and unable to secure
assistance, be manages to issue regu
larly his weekly paper, filled with the
news of his county and the world
No business enterprise is started in
Ids county that he is not expected to
“give* it a little boost.” No entertain
mi nt is project and by the church that
lie is not ca led on to give it a ‘'free
piitf.” If a leading citizen dies • ol
utuiis arc thrown open for liberal ob
ituaries, while birth- and wedilings
are all noticed, usually' atconsiderable
length. If bi count vis an agricultu
ral one, be must never fail to telN*
big the crops of all the farmers are,
so that the people from other places
may b-- induced to locate. Inhere are
coal veins to be opened, he must fill
his columns with icports of the
thickness ot the veins, the value of the
coal and the indue* incuts held out to
capitalists for its development. If
thee is a railroad to be built, anew
court house is wanted, the columns of
his paper must be used to boom them.
“In a thousand ways he helps It is
county and every issue of his paper is
worth a great deal to the people ot his
And he might have truthfully ad
ded: and gel only as the reward for
their services, “cusses,” and a short
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie. N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
Non Discovery in the house and the
family has always fou and the best re
sults follow its use; that he would not
be without it, it procurable. G. A.
Dykeman, druggist, Catskill, N. Y.,
says that Dr. King’s New Diseov< ry is
undoubtedly the best cough remedy;
that be has used it in bis family tor
eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that was cuimed tor if. Why
not try a remedy so long tried and
tested. Trial bet ties free at R. G.
Bryans' drug store. Regular size 50c,
Miss Minter, ot Hovilla, paid us a
shot t visit Saturday.
Messrs. l\ O. Woodward and E. A.
Thomas took in Griffin last Friday.
Quite a crowd of our young people
attended a picnic at Henley’s mill last
Saturday and report a big time.
A crowd of our boys and girls went
to Key's Ferry fishing on la>t Thurs
day. They left here at 2 o’clock in the
morning and the majority of them
didn't get back until 12 that night.
J. B Childs is so hearse over it that
he can't speak above a whisper*
A certain young man had an en
gagement to carry a certain young
lady home on Friday, but his eld r
brother was going to use the buggy
and he had to take her on Saturday
Misses Minnie Wood sand Turnbull,
of Locust Grove, spent a few days in
Jenkinsburg last week.
Say, Mr. Editor, don’t you believe
I have b eti In the soup . I have just
been waiting for Stubsto write kis
immigration iueas, but I suppose the
col l snap froze them out.
llOvv THEY SIAND.
The following list shows how the
candidates lor governor stand up t<
toda\ —Thursday morning:
Merri wether 4 Richmond 6
Baldwin 2 Terrell 2
Coffee 2 Elbert 2
Clinch 2 Bartow 4
Douglass 2 Telfair 2
Cherokee 2 Lincoln 2
Oconee 2 Hal 4
Taliaferro 2 Mu nay 2
Gwinnett 4 Clay 2
M n rue 4 Fl<>\d 6
Butts 2 DcKalb 4
Milton 2 \V hi; fix-id 2
Irwin 2 Low nde* 2
J ffeoon 4 Randolph 2
Wilkes t Echo - 2
Mu-cogee 4 Fulton 6
Troup 4 Clark 2
Carroll 4 Putnam 2
D'dge 2 Dade 2
Glasscock 2 Camden 2
McDuffie 2 White 2
Fannin 2 Sumter 4
Glynn 2 Warren 2
Hancock t Walker 2
Total 112 Total 68
IIN IN s’l KUCTEU.
TO THE SEASHORE.
The season lias again arrived for
the opening ot the seashore resorts and
the E. T. V. & G. Ry takes pleasure
in announcing that on May Ist, the
hotel on Cum bet land Island will be
opened under the management ot Mr.
L e T. Shackleford, formerly of Hale
Sping, Tennessee, a gentleman of
wide experience, and one that will
maintain the popularity of that >e
The St. Simons Hotel will be open
ed on the lotn, managed by Mr. Chas.
'l'. Dunn, former proprietor of the
Carletou Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida.
many impiovemeuts have been made
at botn of the above places. The E
T. V. &. G. Ry will as usual sell low
rate tickets during the summer.
Any agent of .lie company will
take pleasure in giving tun info-ma
lion as to rates and schedules.
Mmv such flood the market. Bo
tanic Blo<>d Balm is a const ieniioush
Compounded tin dicino, it.©m~n •
forty years practice by an eminent
physician. It is the best hi od pm i
tier ever offered to the public, and is
guaranteed to cure if given a fair trial.
Trv it for all skin and blood diseases,
including catarrh and rheumatism in
its worst form. One bottle of it con
tains more curative and building-up
virtue than a dozen of any other kind.
Try “The Oid Reliable.” See adver
NOTICE TO TEACH ERS.
I take this occasion to give the
information that the Teachers Insti
tute ot Butts county will convene on
Monday ‘he 18th day ot June, and con
tinue during the week. All persons
holding a teacners license, whether
engaged in teaching or not, unless
they have permanently retired from
teaching, are required to attend tins
Institute. Teachers will please bring
with them for references their Gram
mars, Geographies, Arithmetics and
Fourth Readers, used in the schools of
W Harper, the superintendent of
public shools of A meric us, Ga., will
be our expeit, who will during tho
week dcli\er two public lectures free
to all who may attend. Subjects:
“The wav out of Poverty” and “some
of the Wonder® ot Science.”
The Board of Education and ti.e
public generally are invited to attend
the exercises of the Teachers In ti ute.
as well asihe public lectures. Take
due notice and govern yourselves ac
cordingly . E. E. Pound.
U. S Horn., B. U.
BEING located near the government
department are able to give your claims
better attention than attorneys located
elsewhere, Special attention given to
difficult and rejected claims. If your
present attorney does not suit you and is
slow write us. /Soldiers who have lost
their discharges tan obtain new ones.
Charges of desertion removed. No fee
unless you get a pension. Advice flee.
Solaiera pensioned at less than twelve
(sl2) dollars per mouth and suffering from
disability in addil<>n to that named in
their pension certificates may btain in
crease under the new law. Pensions for
widows and children wiihout rega and to
c-tuse of soldiers death; for mothers and
fathers who are not dependent, whetuer
they were dependent upon soldier when he
died or not. Penfions obtained or services
render* and in A/exican and Indian wars,
Mexican pen-ions can now be increased to
sl*2 a month, fijuspstided pensions res
Caveats Trade Marks, Designs. Copyrights
and all Patent business conducted for
MODERATE FEES. Information and ad
vice to inventors without charge A idress,
THE NORMAM CLAIM AGENCY,
Box 167, Washington, D. C.
MALLARY BROTHERS & CO.
REMEMBER WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR
Engine, Unite, St? Mills, Sittn Die, Prase,
AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE MACHINERY LINE.
Please do not be persuaded into buying anything in our line before writing us
MALLARY BROS & CO, MACON, GA,
On all Kinds of Medicines, at
White’s Cream Vermifuge 25c >ize for 15c
S;mmmon'\s Inwr M* diotne $1 00 size for 50c.
Dt. Scott’s Electric Planters price 25c for 10c.
Dr. Palmer Electric Placet rs 25c “ lOe.
Henson’s Capeine “ ,4 20c “ 10c.
Belladonna “ “ 20c ‘ 10c.
McLean’s Cordial price $1 00 for 67c.
McLean’s Cordial ” 50; “ 34c.
August Flower “ 75c 40;.
W. L Cartni* hael’a Female Tonic twice SI.CK) for 35c.
Hr vter’s Lung hestorr price SI.OO for G7\
Hv| opostff.ates price SI.OO tor 75'.
M Lean's Vulcanic O 1 Suit price $1 00 for 60c,
Dr P.crcrG Medicine* price SI,OO lor 67c.
S lrsaparill* price $1 00 tor 67'.
Wine Cordui prie< SI.OO for 67c
Kendall''- Spavin Cute price $1 00 for 67c.
Face Powders price 15c lot sc.
Base Ball* and Bats at cost, and many other tilings too numerous
to mention at Rock Bottom prices.
J. W. CRUM.
NOTICE!! NOTICE! NOTICE!
Tiotw are Homo of tio rrioos
-YOU CAM BUY DRUGS OF-
W. L. CARMICHAEL
Call ard get prices of other goods.
S. S. S, small per bottle 6S<\ old price SI.OO.
8. S. 8. large per bottle sl.lß, “ “ $1 75
Rocs’ Liver Neuralgia and Rheumatic cure small 85c, old price 50c.
Rocs’ I.tv r Neuralgia and Rheumatic cure large6Bc, u “ SIOO.
School Crayons per box sc. old price 10c.
Note gooti, per qure 5c “ “ 10c.
Envelopes per packedge sc, “ '* 10c
G'eenV Angus F own*, good for d* *pcpsia, 45c, Hd price 75c.
B schee’s Genu <n Simp f rcroup 45c, old price 75c.
Lawrence’s Liver Midicine large 35c, old price 50c
Lawrence’s Liver Medicine small 13c, “ “ 25c.
Porous Piasters 10c, old price 25e.
l’i Is per box 15c, old price 25c.
.VcLeau’s Strengthening Cordial small 35c, old ptice 50c.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial ! arg<* 68<*, old price $1 00.
Satvaparilla per bolt!< 65c, old price SIOO.
Sar-aparitla “ *‘ 50c “ “ 75
McLi ■tin’s Liver ami Ki Im v Bairn 68 , old price SIOO
White Oil Liniment 33c, old m ice 50c.
Iron Tonic 67e, old price SIOO.
Certain Catarrh Cure always on hand.
W. L. CARNICHAEL.
We aie Still at Ihe (attain.
Don t Forget the PRce !
R, G. BRYANS & CO.
Heal tat Casl Prices ail Keen 1 Minin.
Iron Tonic. 40 & 60c. Regular Price
75 & 100.
C*storia 25c. “ 35
Cough Svrnp 12. “ 25
Wine ('ardui 66 “ 1.00
Kendal s Spavin Cure 60. *‘ 1"0
Simmona Live* ll'-guiator 15. “ 25
Black D> aught 15. “ 25
S. S. S 67* * 1.16 100* 1 75
Mother’s Fri ml 1.05. “ 1.50,
P& W. Mon h lie 30 “ >;
Sarsaparilla 71. “ 1 00
Pierces Golden Med., Dis . 71 “ i 00
“ Fhvorite Prescription* 69. *‘ 1 00
“ Pellett’s 15. “ 75
Brarificlds Female Reguialor69 “ 100
Aletris Cordial 69 ** 1.00
Peruna .71 “ 100
Pills .15 “ .25
Cuticura Soap .18 “ .25
“ Salve 40 “ .50
Browns Iron Bitters .71 *- 1.00
Soothing Svrttn .18 “ 25
Bradycrottne .35 “ 50
Brewers Lung Restorer .136 “ 1.00
R. G. BRYANS & CO.
Mustang Liuineut 18 36 & 71 for
merly .25 .50 & 100
B St A'.oe Pnlii.h 7 .17 18. “ 10 25
F' l nias Cordisl .61 “ 1.00
Roval Gerniamie .70 “ 100
Sulphur Salu &C 'pperas sc.
r> .Vis Pain KiMer .19 “ .25
L uroii E'ixir 31 * .69 ** 50 &1 00
80-t XXX Envebpe* 5 “ .10
Hm-kieln ri v Cordial .19 “ .25
Electric Bitter- 41 “ 75
4 z Vaseline 5 “ 10
St J c hs Oil 26
Il ui eh<>ll Amirnnia 10 * l 25
Adcocks P irott-Plasters 9 “ 25
St rengtliening Piaster-8 “ 25
B dladonna '* 8 “ 25
Cansicmn K 8 “ 25
Parkers Har Balaam 35 “ 50
Teethiua 18 “ 50
Radwavs Relief 36 “ 50
S* rup Figs 36 &69 “ 50*1.00
Raw Linseed Oil 60
Is as safe and harmless as a flax
seed poultice. It act3 like a poul
tice, drawing out fever and pain,
and curing all diseases peculiar
. “Orange Blossom” is a pas
tile, easily used at any time; it
is applied right to the parts.
Every lady can treat herself
with it. |
Mailed to any address upon re
ceipt of sx. Dr. J .A. McGill & Cos.
1 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
Sold hy DR. W. L. C AKMICHEAL. j
A household remedy for all Blood and
Skin diseases. Cures without fail, Scrof*
ula,lifers, Rheamatlsm, Catarrh. Salt Rheum
and every form of Blood Disease from the
simplest pimple to the foulest Ulcer. Fifty
years’ use with unvarying success, dem
onstrates its paramount healing, purify
ing and building up virtues. One bott : e
has more curative virtue than a dozen of
any other kind. It builds up the health
and strength from the first dose.
BF- WHITE for Book of W on
aerful Cures, sent free on appli
If not kept by your local druggist, send
11.00 for a large bottle, or 85.00 for six bot
! ties, and medicine will be sent, freight
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, fit.
One of His Experiences.
For thirty-eight years Capt. Loud followed
the sea, most of that time a,-, master of a ves
sel, and upon retiring from ti e water v as ap
pointed by tae .Secretary of the United States
Treasury to superintend tlie t-eal fisheries in
Alaska, wliich po-ition lie lie and five years. He
relates one experience as follows:
veers 1 had been tmubleiLffita
of my heart. ?Ty greatest “miction was
sleeplessness; it was almost impossible at any
time to obtain rest ands eep. Having seen
Dr. Miles' remedies advertised I began using
Nervine. After taking a small quantity the
benefit received v.as so great that I was posi
tively alarmed, thinking the remedy con
tained opiates which would finally be injuri
ous to me; but on being assured by the drug
gist that it was perfectly harmless, I contin
ued it together with the Heart Cure. Today
I can conscientiously say that Dr. Miles’ Re
storative Nervine and New Heart Cure did
more for me than anything 1 had ever taken.
I had been treated by eminent physicians
In Now York and San Francisco without ben
efit. I owe my present good health to the
judicious use of t nese most valuable remedies,
and heartily recommend them to all afflicted
as I was.”—Capt. A. P. Loud, Hampden, Me.
Dr. M iles’ Restorative Nervine ana New Cure
are sold by all druggists on a positive guaran
tee, or by Dr. Miles Medical Cos., Elkhart,
Ind., on receipt of price, 81 per bottle, or six
bottles for $5- express prepaid. They art
free from all opiates ana dangerous drugs.
For Salt by W. L. CARMICHAEL
and B. G. BRYAN'S & CO.
foN / JBjgSjPL \fosriV£H£Si
dyspepsia / H \ 5/0* 0*
INDIGESTION I IMf \ N Ra SUSie
B/l/ousnessK JpliPfti //4 unotce
Sourness orm^m■ PfLoss of
None Genuine Without The Likeness Anb
fIQNATURE OrM.A.THEOrORO ON FrontOp
ach Wrapper. M.A.Thcdpord Mcd.<§-
RnM” 'S '*
Has sustained its reputation for 18 yean
as being toe standard remedy for the
tism, Gout. Sciatica, etc., in nil its form*.
It is endorsed by thousands of Physi
cians. Publishers and Patients It is
purely vegetable and builds up from tne
first dose." It never fails to cure.
Price is one dollar a bottle, or stx
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address,
Durang’s Rhsumatio Remedy Cos.
; 1316 L Street, Washington, D. C.
1 £) urnn(j's Liver I’iJls are the best on
’ earth. They act with an ease that makes
’ them a household blessing.
’ f RICE 28 CX3. PE!t BOX. or 5 EOXE3 FOB $1
> FOE SALE BY DETJGGISXS.
tWhat Nerve Berries
have done for others
men ou,cki r
and Permanently Restored, note cat.
A positive cure for all W iknesses, Nervousness,
Debility, and all their train of evils resulting
from early errors and lmer excesses; the result
of aTcrwark, alebnrv.. worry, etc. Develops
and gives tea* and strength to tbe icxeal or
(ani. Stops unnatural lasses or nlgrhtly
onatsslons caused by youtlirnl errors or ex
cessive use of tofcsero. oplam snd Hqsor,
which lesd to consumption and Insanity.
Their use shows immediate improvement. Accept
no imitation. Insist upon having the genuine
Nerve Berries, feVto £ rr fiSVtSi
pocket. Price, SI .00 per box, and: boxes, one full
treatment, *.OO. fiearanteed to rare any ease.
If not kept by your druggist we will send them
by mail, upon receipt of pries, in plain wrap
par. Pamphlet free. Address all mail orders to
Siuaiax hbdical <xk, ctwumk. b.
Fsr tale by Or w L Carndsllftl,
King of " y %
Bicycles. * r
Light Weight and
Rigidity. Every Ma- N '
chinefuitywarranted || -kk.y
Highest Honors at the World's C, .
Send two-cent stamp for our 34-page Catalogue A wed. . *.
Monarch Cycle Company,
RsUII Salesroom, zSo Wabash Ave. Lake and KaistCii Si S., CtitCAvfi • 4
Jackson: : : : : Georgia.
Spring Term Begins Jan. 2,1894
RATE OF TUITION:
Primary Classes, per term, : : $6,50
Inermediate and Collegiate Classes, term, $9.50
Art Lessonsi per month, : $2.50 to $3.00
Music, vocal or instrumental, per mo. s3*oo
Parent?, do you want your boys and girls biought up to th
highest possible peifection of manhood and womanhood ? II sc
on musl have the viry best teachers t> help you. We havi
them in the Jackson Institute.
Not a A hool in Georgia is more thorough, systematic, or bi tter
Mot excellent • dvantages offered in Art, Music. Elocution and I
Oratory. The tuition is us low as you could ask BotrJ can tie
had at from ten to twelve dollars per month, fatal u *n,i a 1 )
information cheerfully sent on application
A n i.'RE-^
JAS. C, BLASIVGAM ,
D ~ cl4 ' 6ill President ef J KL: !‘SI TUIt
E. 6. GILMORE & HENCELY,
May s Block. Next Door to Livsry St h e on 3d Street*
Everything ke~>t fresh, neat, and cleat, and tin- la i<- nr.
especially invited to call on us.
We keep country faised potatoes and unions, in fact, all kind <>i
country raised Vegetables.
We deliver all goods free, and orders are promptly fi led i
a business-like manner.
Ice cold, non-intoxicating drinks of ell kinds on hand it all times
Pure coacocolaon hand all ths summer, as good as can he found.
Our country friends are also invited to give us their trade
an.l we guarantee to please them.
GILMORE & HENCELY.
Jackson, Ga., Eeh. 8. 1894.
®MEPNISTO BINS 25e
New snd most astonishing op
tical illusion and a BKALTUTL
tisexß Rise. Made ot two
twisted bands of Rolled Gold
snd Silver. Turn it—the bands
appear to parti Ear it down—
tnsr seem to fall aparttr Inspect It—you nave a per
fect ring!!! All tns rage) over 1 .090,000 sold in two
months at 76c. We sand ssmpl# with large catalogue,
for cents postpaid. 1 Doeen fSOO. INSURANCE
WATCH CO.. IN 8. Kslsted Street. Cblosgo. Ilk
CCT THIS OCT and Mud U
to us with your full nam* and
address and we will send yon
S year, sent with jTand"^/"
find It equal to watches sold
brforeand e tbe*”s
you ever saw or beard of, pay
•xpress agent f1.99 and express
charge, and the watch is your.;
otherwise pay nothing. It is
dust proof case, the movement
h a fine % plate Stem Wind
and Btem Set, finely jewelled
mainspring which does not
break and all the latest im
provements and warranted the
best timekeeper in the world
for tbe money and equal In
appearance to a genuine solid
gold watch. Write to-day. This
offer will not appear again. Ad
dress INSURANCE WATCH
CO., 126 Hatsted Street,
It Is better to serve the public
than to cheat it. It is better to
make a friend of a customer
than a victim. It is better to
help one’s patrons than to hurt
them. What Is fair and just to
tile consumer Is best in the long
run for the manufacturer.
The Insurance Watch Cos, is
run on these principles.
Any p rson wanting firsi-clas
work, by a work'nun of 20 years
experience in atone or bri< k, such
as daras buiit, blasting, where dyna
mite i* used, or in all such work a*
• ock houses or piers, Cll on
G. W. Watkins,
Dec 1-1 jr Jackson, oa.
A strictly high-grade Family Sewing
Machine, possessing all modern)
Guaranteed Equal to the Best
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and mat#
ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Harp sells fresh meats of all
You can get NICE SUNDAY
PANTS at 75c up to $5 00 at