to supply any Reasonable
emand from my Numerous Customers
* " '“ ,l “ ** - a™,
Canopy lop Phaeton or Bum
In fact, if you want any kind nf * , u- i 0& J >
from } Hd ° f a veblcl ° 'auging iu p r i C9
$35.00 to $250.00,
call on me at the JACKSON CARRIAGE FATORY and b,
supphed. Just received, a large shipment of Old Hickory and
Tsnnessea Two-Horse wagons. Respectfully,
J. R. Carmichael.
MALLARY BROTHERS & CO.
REMEMBER WE ARE STILT, HEADQUARTERS FOR
Eights, Boilsrs, Saw Mi, Cotton Cits, Presses,
AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE MACHINERY LINE.
Please do not be persuaded into buying anything iu our line before writing us
MALLARY BROS. & CO, MACON, GA.
E. G. GILMORE & HENCELY,
Third Street, Black Front, at Hanes, the Jeweler’s.
Everything kept fresh, neat and clean, and the ladies are
especially invited to call on us.
We keep eouutry raised potatoes and onions, in fact, all kinds of
country raised Vegetables.
* We deliver all goods free, and orders are promptly filled in
a business-like manner.
Ice cold, non-intoxicating drinks of pH kinds oil hand at all times
Pure coacocolaon hand all the summer, as good as can be found.
Our country friends are also invited to give us their trade
and we guarantee to please them.
GILMORE & HENCELY.
Jackson, Ga., Eeb. 8. 1594.
JACKSON • INSTTIDTE;
Jackson, : : : Georgia.
Fall Term Bops Mr. Seattiar ill, 1894,
Eaeli years work of this school completely Justifies its claims to
being cue of the best in the state.
A healthful climate, a pure, moral atmosphere, and excelent
social influences ecu:mend the school to pupils of all parts of tie
U The school has made a reputation for thoroughness such as few
schools in the stale can boast.
The course of studv is broad and comprehesive and is arranges
according to most' approved plans of the best educators ot the
Tuition in First Three Grades 4.50 Fall Term.
Tuition in Other Grades : *>.oo Fall Term.
Music, Instrumental or Vocal, 300 per Montu.
. . . . ; : 3.00 per Month.
For further information send for Catalogue, or address
J. C. Blasingame, President.
Capital Female College.
ATLANTA,. - GA.,
For Higlior Education Of Girls AM You Lais.
ela6e.cs, ma.be.rn.uc,, Ebglteb and me.heds ia made,-Piano, Vo-
EreDchandeem.au depaHmen. also perfect!,
cal Violin and other stringed im-tiuments. 1 lect aud limited. Rate-S2iO.GO
equipped and ivued. For catalogue and other
a year for all necessary - jy Igg t. K onoka Beck. President
A NOBLE FIGHT.
A!f EMINENT SOUTHEKX LAWYER'S
I.o.N<i CONFLICT WHII DISEASE.
Te Yrata ol Pronperltr, Advrr*
ally anti Tta* Grrnt Vic
tory Won by Seieace Over a
(From the Atlanta, Ga., Constitution,')
Foremoa. amoD® the best known lawyers
ani farmers of North Carolina stands Col.
Isaac H. Sugg, of Greenville. Pitt Cos., a man
who has been on the edgj of eternity and
whose life had been m *-aured by minutes.
“It has been twenty-two years sinte I be
came a resident of this town ” said Col.
Bugg In telling his story to a reporter ; “even
then the first symptoms of Gravel were as
sert mg themselves but were slight. Gradu
ally, however, mv disoisa developed, and
tight it as I would it seemed to gain a
stronger foothold day by day until my
mUery was complete. For sixteen years I
n "ver knew what It was to be free from pain,
not pain as an ordinary man thinks of it, but
agoniu ng, excruciating, unendurable pain.
Tortured from head to foot, at tlm*e thrown
into spasms when It would r quirethe united
strength of four men to hold me until I was
stupiflod with stimulants an 1 opiates. I
coul t not sit, lie or stan I in any one position
but the short .st tiar\ Sloap was out ot the
question unless brought about by the strong
est stimulants or opiates. Oh, how many,
many times have I thought of putting an end
to that life of suffering. But then my mind
would revert to my wife, rny children, my
home, an 11 woal 1 restrain my hand with
the hope that some other means of escaps
would be offered. I searched the archives
of medicine for reiiof. Doctors were con
sulted, iithia waters, mineral waters, drugs,
opiates and stimulants of all sorts were tried
without avail. Why, I sent clear to the
West Indies for medicine and yet the result
Was the same.
“I kept at my work as long as I could but
nature gave way at last and I succumbed to
tho inevitable. My entire nervous system
had been shattered by the stimulants nnd
opiates I had taken, my blood hat actually
turned to water, my weight had dropped
from 173 poun Is to 123, and It seemed to
everybody that the eqd was in sight. Why, I
could not bear the gentle hand of my wife to
tat he my limbs with tepid water. Iwassim
ply living from hour to hour. I hud made
my will, settled my busiu ss and I waitod
for the last strand of life to snap.
“It was at this time that a somewhat simi
lar case as my own was brought to my no
tice. This man had suffered very much as I
had, his life hud been despaired of as mine
had nnd yet he had been cured. Think what
that little word meant to mo—CURED. The
report stated that the work had been accom
plished by a medicino known as Dr. Will
iams’ Pink Pills for Palo People. I investi
gated the report thoroughly and found that
it was true in detail. Then I procured some
of Dr. Williams’ Piuk Pills and began taking
them and begin to get better. I began to
sleep like a healthlul child, sound, calm and
paaceiub My appetite earne back and my
nerves were soothed and restored to their
normal con Htion and I felt like anew man.
But the greatest blessing was the mental im
provement. I began to read and digest, to
formulate netT plans, to take interest iu my
law practice, waich be an to come back to
me as soon as my clients realized that I was
again myself. Alter a lapse of 10 years I
ride horseback every day without fatigue.
“That Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills saved my
life is beyond doubt, and I am spreading
their praise far and wide.’’
Inquiry about the town of Greenville sub
stantiated the above facts of Col. Sugg’s case,
and that many others are being benefited by
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills.
Dr. Williams'Pink Pills for Pale People
are considered an un'ailing specific for such
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paraly
rs, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous headache, the after
effects of hi grippe, palpitation of the heart,
Etaie an l sallow complexions, that tired feei
ng resulting iroin nervous prostration ; all
diseases resulting from vitiated humors in
the blood, such as scrofula, chronic erysipe
las, etc. They are also a specific ior troubles
peculiar to females, such as suppressions,
irregularities, and all forms of weakness.
In men they effect a radical cure in all cases
arising from mental worry. over.vork, or ex
cess of whatever nature. Dr. Williams’ Pink
Pills are sold by all dealers, o will bo sent
post pai I on receipt of price, (53 cents a box
or 6 boxes for $2 50 —they are never sold in
bulk or by the 100 j by addressing Dr. Will
iams’ Medicine Cos., Schenectady, N. Y.
Vermont’s State Flower.
The Vermont legislature has passed
a bill designating the “red clover” as
the state dower. The vote taken
throughout the state resulted as fol
lows:*. Whole vote cast, 17,611; red
clover received 9,572; dai5y,2,567; but
ter-cup, 945; scattering, 4,525. The
clover was selected on the grounds
that it is indigenous, fragrant and most
“Eatables and Drinkables” is the
sign displayed on the front of an old
house in Haverhill, Mass.
J. 11. McGuire, Esq.
A Lawyer Savs
I have found Hood s sarsaparilla of great ben
efit for Spring lassitude and that dull, sleepy,
heavy tired feeling, that crept over me like a
vampire. Hood’s gave me entire relief and I
am sure “it cures being tired.” J. H. McGuire,
Attorney, Fayette. Alabama, Get Hood's.
Hood’S Pil’S ro Purely vegetable, 2'c.
jfp For the
flethinks it is
For the morrow’s
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HOUR OF GOING TO PRESS.
Brief Mention of Daily Happenings
Throughout the World.
The North Platte, Nebraska, Na
tional bank closed its doors Monday.
The treasury department so far has
delivered 320,000,000 of new bonds,
and there is not now an unfilled requis
ition for bondß on hand.
The Lexow committee assembled
again in New York Monday morning.
It is rumored that more sensational
developments will take place.
The Manchester spoke mills, at
Richmond, Va., which have been shut
down for some months, have resumed
operations with a full force of hands.,
Giles & Murchison, one of the lead
ing hardware houses in Wilmington,
N. C., assigned Monday with Norwood
Giles, assignee. Both partners waived
personal property exemption on the
stock. The assets and liabilities are
The Canal-Fultcn Tool Manufactur
ing Company at Massillon, 0., was
closed Monday on account of financial
embarrassment. Details are wanting.
The company did an extensive busi
ness in mining tools throughout the
The Tacoma, Wash., National bank
closed its doors Monday morning, the
cashier’s notice stating that the insti
tution was going into liquidation. The
bank suspended payment during the
panic last year and resumed after
doubling its capital to 3200,000.
A gang of Syrian smugglers have
been arrested at Detroit. There are
several women among the number.
They have been operating between
Windsor and Detroit and thousands
of dollars worth of Armenian rugs,
p’' 1 ' '•♦'v. have been smuggled across
A A.’W York Herald special cable
from Buenos Ayres.says: The govern
ment of Montevideo has requested
Minister Stuart to consider the advisa
bility of sending an exhibit to the At
lanta exposition. General Avery, who
is at Buenos Ayres in the interest of
the exposition, met the Argentine min
ister of foreign affairs, Senor Costa,
Saturday, to discuss the proposed Ar
gentine exhibit. He goes to Chili in
A cablegram from Rome, Italy, says:
King Humbert, in person, delivered a
speech from the throne, at the opening
of Parliament Monday. The entrances
to the Parliament buildings were
thronged with crowds, which gave the
King an ovation when he appeared on
his way to the chamber. His Majesty,
iu his speech, referred to the improved
economic situation of the country, and
the necessity for equaling the budget;
aud also spoke of several undefined
financial measures. The relations of
the country with foreign powers, he
said, were good, and nothing was like
ly to disturb the tranquility of Europe,
here. Tom Reed entered the hali be
fore the house met, and was wildly
upplauded. When Speaker Crisp en
tered and grasped his gavel to call the
house to order there was a sound of
hearty applause from the floor and gal
leries, from democrats and republi
cans, which evidenced the admiration
and respect for him on the part of all
members and the public generally.
BOGUS LOTTERY TICKETS.
A Nephew of Paul Conrad In the
A gigantic scheme for unloading
bogus lottery tickets on the public has
been brought to light at Chicago by
the arrest of Gaston Cazzenvetti, a
nephew of Paul Conrad, late president
of the Louisiana Lottery Company.
There were found on his person thirty
eight mail orders for lottery tickets
and twenty telegraph oiders for the
While the counterfeiting scheme is
only in its infancy, fifty-two agencies
have already been established in as
many cities in the United States. The
agents are not informed as to the fraud
and believe they are handling genuine
tickets. As near as can be learned,
the bogus tickets already sold brought
in the sum of $6,500, but if the scheme
had not been nipped in the bud it
would have soon become a very big
PEACE IN SIGHT.
dediary Efforts in the Orient May be
A dispatch to the Pall Mall Gazette
(London) from Che-Foo asserts that
the terms of peace between Japan and
China have been very nearly com
pleted, through the intervention oi
the United States government, and
that the feeling of tecurity is so strong
that many of the foreign ladies ar*
returning to Pekin.
Carnegie’s Nail Works Burned.
Carnegie’s wire and nail works, oc
cupying a whole square in Beaver
Falls, Pa., were burned Friday night.
The total loss will reach SIOO,OOO.
The works were equipped with the
finest machinery, all of which was de
stroyed. The works were fully in
sured. Two hundred men will be
thrown out of employment
Reward for Seeley.
The directors of the Shoe and Leath
er Bank at New York have offered a
reward of $5,000 for the arrest of See
ley, their defaulting bookkeeper. There
is* but little doubt that Seeley is in
Canada. He is said to have been iden
tified at Hamilton and Toronto.
Fast Freight Run.
What is claimed to have been the
fastest long-distance freight-run ever
made in this country was made from
Memphis to Kansas City by a special
train loaded with bananas on June
13, the speed averaging 40.4 miles an
hour for the 484 miles, and reaching
a maximum of 04 miies an hour,
which was kept up for six miles.—
Kitoj and Prince Nicotine
sre epicures. Tbey live on
The Lobster’s Infancy.
The yonng lobster leaves its parents
and spends its first thirty or forty-five
days ia deep water. Daring this pe
riod its shell is changed four times,
the natatory organs are lost, and only
after attaining nearly fu 1 size does it
come back to the shore. The young
lub-ter loses and remakes its crusty
shell about ten times during the first
year, five to seven times in the second
year, three to four in the third, two to
three in the fourth. After the fifth
the change is annual.
In th : s Wtiik-i.Dai Worl.l
Men and women continually break down
through mental strain and p’iy.-i al effort.
The true repairer of vitality thus impaired, a
perennial fountain of health and vigor is
Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, which restores
dive tion, enr ches the blood, and health fu y
stimulates the b wels, kidneys and liver
when they are :ndol nt. Tins comprehensive
remedy also subdues malaria, rheumatism
Nearly a m ilion and a half dollars remain
unclaimed in the New York sarings banks.
Dr. Ki'mer’s Swamp-Root cures
U Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Pamphlet and Consultation free.
Laboratory Binghamton, N. Y.
In these days of bu-incss depression the
sheriff teems io be the per istent advertiser.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any ea-e of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. t heney & Cos., Prop;., Toledo, O.
We, the under-igned, have known F. J. Che
ney l or the last 15years, and believe him per
fectly honrrab e in all business tran-act ons
an i financially able to carry out any obliga
tion made 1 y their tirm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
Wadding, Rinnan <fc Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, To edo, Ohio.
IlaliV Catarrh Cure is taken internal y, act
ing directly upon the b ood and mucous -ur
tac 's of tlie system. Price, 73e. per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Karl’s Clover Root, the great b’ool purifier,
gives freshness and clearness to the complex
ion and cures constipation. ‘25 cts., 50 cts., sl.
Why Put OO
taking medicine until you are sick? You can
keep a box of hi pa ns Tabules in the house and
at the first signs of a headache or bilious at
tack a single tabule will relieve you.
I want etfery man and woman in the United
Stat s interested in the Opium and Whi ky
habits to hav • my book on the-e diseas s.
Adores-* B. M. Wo"lley, Atlanta, Ga., Box3Bl,
and one wilt be sent you free.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup for children
teething, softens the gums, redu cs inflamma
tion, allays pain, euros wind colic. 25c, a bottle
After six years’s suffering, I was cured by
Piso’s Cure.— Mary Thomson, 20 1-2 Ohio
Ave,. A lego r.v, I’ i., March 19, ’9l.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
tei i:nan others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world’s best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
oeneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys,'Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Cos. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Buggies & Harness.
Two hi K h est awards at World’s
Fair for Strenffth.Beanty and
A urar, s*a. Low Prices. Six years ago we
discarded the Dealer and began
\ tviiSß selling direct to Consumers at
wholesale prices. Result: up
/rJLJdBT\ ward of 100,000 Vehicle* sold
and our factory now the largest
-Burners. Send for our mammoth
“A" farxdo.BS7.6o. 126 page illustrat. free catalogue.
ALLIANCE CARRIAGE CO., CINCINNATI, O.
S' N It’s a
l cold day
/tos* for the housekeeper
4 ... | y' when Pear line gets
V \ / f left. Take Pear line from
nothing remains but
ar d work. It
\ tf shows in the
\ 1 9 | r things that are
washed; it tells on the woman who washes. Pear line saves
work, and works safely. It leaves nothing undone that you
want done well; what it leaves undone, it ought not to do.
1 I—. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you “this
r- 1 \\f Ir l is as good as” or “ the same as Pearline.” IT’S FALSE—
X Pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you
something in place of Pearline, do the honest thing— send it back. 283 JAMES PYLE, N. Y.
for potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest
yield and best quality)
At Least 10% Actual Potash.
Results of experiments prove this conclusively. How and
why, is told in our pamphlets.
They are sent free. It will cost you nothing to read them, and they will save you
dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 03 Nassau Street. New York.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
Got Back at Them.
Bob—What did the lecturer say
when you threw those cabbages at
Dick—Oh, he said be had hoped the
audience would be pleased, but he
really hadu’t expected they would en
tirely lose their beads. —Dallas Her
Cross Trails, Ala.
Tetterine has cured me of Tetter
which had been tormentiug me for five
years. Nothing else would give any
relief. I have known of many persons
using it with same good results. It
gives the quickest relief for burns, of
anything 1 ever saw.
Mrs. S. H. Hart.
Sent by mail for 50c by J. T. Shup
trine, Savannah, Ga.
At Leeds, England, there is an elec
tric clock which has been contiuou-dy
ticking since 1840. Its motive power
is natural electricity.
In South America an electric drying
machine in which air is forced through
a chamber of heated plates is to be used
in drying wheat.
An Indian carpet weighing three ton
and made by the prisoners in the Agra
jail for Queen Victoria has just been
received at Windsor castle.
Pepsin, which is used as a remedy
for indigestion and stomach trouble, is
obtained trom the membrane that lines
the stomach of various animals.
To illustrete hotel life and traveling
arrangements generally is the object of
a national exhibition to be held at
Amsterdam from May to November
At Singapore the poet of “tiger slay
er in chief for the Straits settlement”
has just been given to M. de Naucourt,
a Frenchman with a record of 50C ti
The seven Bibles of the world are the
Scriptures, the Koran, the Tri Pitikes
of the Buddhists, the Five Kings of
the Chinese, the Three Vedas of the
Hindoos, the Zendavesta of the Per
sians and the Eddas of the Scandina
The Pittsburg Dispatch gives the
interesting information that Charles
ton, S. C., was at first called King
Charles Fort, in honor of Charles I.
Charleston was substituted for the
earlier designation in 1783.
An All Iron Railroad.
One of the curiosities of railroad
building is the construction of a road
running from lemid, a harbor about
sixty miles from Constantinople, to
Angora, about 300 miles. The
bridges, sleepers, stringpieces and tel
egraph poles, as well as the rails, are
of iron, nine-tenths of which are of
German manufacture. The bridges
average about four to the milo, there
being 120 of them, the longest having
a stretch of 590 feet. In addition to
these there are sixteen tunnels, the
longest measuring 1,430 feet. This is
the only railroad which penetrates the
interior of Asiatic Turkey, the Smyrna
lines being near the coast.
DIAMOND S" We
\\rinh AC! ' For ladies or ffentle-
TT dll; lICS men. Every one guar
anteed. A large assortment,
r'lnnlro - "® have them world
\J IUIKo without end. Suitable for
library, office or borne.
We carry a full line of goods suita
Headquarters on that. Come.
Reliable Good'*, Fair Dealings
and Bottom Prices.
isoi Kills Jsrtry Cos,
55 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.
The Bridge of the Future.
Bridges made of ste?l beams imbed-f
ded in concrete pro ni*o to be thoi
bridge of the fn ure, being cheap,|
strong and graceful. Near Ulm, Ger
many, is a bridge of this s<*rt—invent
ed at Paris in 1376 by J. an Mouier.i
which Las a span of 150 fett and yet?
is less than seven inches thick at tlm
apex or crown, Ihe iron or steel ini
such a bri ige stn null ns it against,
tension, while the concrete gives rigid J
ity and withstands eru-hing.
Packing Grapes in Japan.
When the Japan*se wish to send
grapes to distant fnen Is they pack;
them in boxfs of arrowroot. Ligk*
and air are thus iff. ituoly shut out
and the delicate bloom is a’so pre
served, eveu though the fruit Ims been
transported thousands of miles.
People who get tlie greatest
degree of com fort and real en
joymeut out of life, arc those
who make the most out
of their opportunities,
a Quick perception and
good judgment, lead such
promptly to adopt and
ur.ke use of those refined
aid improved products of
' * iSvnJVjflr modem inventive genius
' * wynuijwXaL which best Serve tlie
/1 r needs of their physical
Will nS&HaW//\\ bJng. Accordingly.
u 1 ilwvWiV \/ \\ l ' K: niost intelligent
\ I (I and progressive peoples
\ IV/ 1 arc f° uu d to employ
Y > - C yy i' II th most refined and.
perfect laxative to reg
< ulate and tone up the
\ stomach, liver, and
' bowels, when in need
of such an agent—hence the great popularity
of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. These are
made from the purest, most refined and
concentrated vegetable extracts, and from
forty-two to forty-four are contained in
each vial, which is sold at the same price
as the cheaper made and more ordinary
pills found in the market. In curative vir
tues, there is no comparison to be made be
tween them and the oidinary pills, as any
one may easily learn by sending for a free
sample, (four to seven doses) of tlie Pel
lets, which will be sent on receipt of name
and address on a postal card.
QNCE USED THEY ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
The Pellets cure biliousness, sick and
bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or
constipation, sour stomach, lossof anpetite,
coated tongue, indigestion, or dyspepsia,
windy belehings. ‘‘heart burn.” pain and
distress after eating, and kindred derange
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels.
Put up in glass vials, th - fore always
fresh and reliable. One little “Pellet”
is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic.
Asa “dinner pill.” to promote digestion,
take one each day after dinner. To relieve
distress from over-eating, they are un
equaled. They are tiny, sugar-coated
granules; any child will readily take them.
Accept no substitute that maybe recom
mended to be "just as good.” It maybe
better for the dealer, because of paying uirp
a better profit, but he is not the '.ie who
needs help. Address for free sample,
World’s Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, 663 Main Street,Buffalo, N. Y.
is a fertile source of
disease. Is YOUR
blood suffering from
deft ctive sewerage ?
I m purities cannot ao
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use ordinary precau
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edy for a elusrtrish
cmd.ton of Liver
and Blood. Try it
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