DALLAS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1H, 1898.
Wc arc staring over tU*su hills hi us i
We ere not using ho much gnann hh
ome of the correspondent* any their
neighbors are. Our ground Is pushed tip
hlg'i enough without it.
Plckanlny say* the farmers lire pushing
heir plows in Aeorntree. 1 will have to
i ome down end get one of those plows
Mint chii lie pushed, ut I have nothing to
pull the kind I Imve.
New Hops sat s the farmers nre getting
in the gutno. 1 thought they put thesliill
in the ground instead of getting In it.
Uncle He: ry Dod I is very feeble.
Mrs. McLendon ia cnnllned to ho* bed
all the time.
The smallpox has abated. No new
cases anil all well.
Mrs. ,1. M. Leo, of Duke's, Ala,, came
up Sunday to see her sick father, Mcnry
THE NEW ERA with
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U. A . MUDOCK,
DALLAS, • • • GEORGIA
vr Watches, Cloeks, etc., repaired
All work guaranteed.
J. J J . GKEER,
DALLAS, - - - GEORGIA
Will do all kind of Dentil work; tcctli
extracted without pain. All work guar,
indeed.Jj^’OlBce in new Courthouse.
Rough ,Tnd Dressed Lumber,
Moulding and Shingles.
Will deliver ear load lots at Dallas, Hiram
Powder Springs or Acwortli on short
notice. It will lie to your Interest to write
me and get my prices before ordering
elBowhure. W. M. Klhiikkky,
lev improved piyn inn
Drop-leaf, fanrr rover, four
largcdrawcrMcIf-Rottingtire* < ►<
Idle, aelf-threading h buttle.
J automatic bobbin wlmleraml
I full set of attachments, equal AI
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Isold for >56. Ten days’ trial r '
in your home before payment.
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► ad for five years. Send ua a trial order •
► with reference, and we will ship machine
► to you for approval We pay the freight,
J Ca-Operative Sewing Machine Ca.
i Lock Bax 803. Philadelphia, Pf.
Future comfort for present;
secining economy, but buy the;
sewing machine with an cstab-;
Iished reputation, that guar-;
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STATE OF GEORGIA, I
pAi'i.msu County. j
^ti nil whom it may concern:
Phillip mill Join, Pl ed, Executors of
the ratals of Juliu Trapp, deceased, have
in due form npplied to the underlined for
Loiters of Dismission from said Executor,
s ilp. and I will pasa upon tnld application
ou Hu. first Monday hi June next. Given
under my hand and olllelal signature, this
7ili day of Match 1H98.
F. P. HUDSON,
Dallas Livery fetab!e,
J. C, * J B V'ATSON, Proprintor
Havug purchased the Foote sta
bles, we will keep good stock for the
public, day or night. We have ridHC
ed our charges in proportion to the
hard limes. Parties hiring horses are
trictly responsible for the safely of
hems elves, vehicles, and horses,
J: C. St J jts. ’• at ion
| Read This.
D y a entory,
ing Children, cholera
Merbua, Unnatural Dralna
from the Bowels, fains, ,
OriplnT, to is of Appetite, Indigestion,
and all Diseases of tho Stomach and
ITS PINCH TENSION
• . AND . ,
(devices for regulating end;
showing the exact tension) arc'
a few of the features that!
emphasise the high grade J
character of the white.
Send for our elegant H.T.;
White Sewing Machine Co., j
Taking effect Sunday,,Inn. 18th, 1898.
No. 7— due ut Diilliu at 9:12 a. in.
No. 9— “ “ 3:1)1 p. m.
No. lb— “ “ 8:1)3 a. m.
No. 8— due ill Dallas nt 3:14 a. m.
No. 10— “ “ 11:37 a. in.
No. 14— « “ 9:31 p. m.
All trains slop nt Dullns except Nos. 13
W. A. Fomteii,
Aoknt Soutiiickn Railway Co.
Paulding County. )
To nil whom it may concern:
All persons interested are hereby noti-
tlflcd lliiil if no good cunae lie shown to
the contrary, an order will ho grunted by
the undersigned on the 8lh day of April
1898, establishing n chance in the public
road as marked out hv the road cnmnih-
mlssioncrs appointed for that purpose,
i omniencing at the Raccoon hill on Hie
Slllesbiro rend and intersecting said road
. t Ine head of hollow near the old gate
place, and running through tin. land of
R. C. Harris.
F. P. Hudson, Ordinary.
8TATE OF GEORGIA,
To nil win in it may roiicern:
All persons interested are hereby
li d th t if no good cause be shown to the
contrary, an order will lie granted by (he
undersigned on the 6tli day of April 1898,
establishing a change in Hie Dallas anil
Kocknmrt road as marked out by Hie road
eommis.doncrs appointed for that purpose.
Said clinnge to commence hi Hic northeas
terly crossing of tirook on lot of land No.
295 in the 2nd dial:let and 3rd section of
said county nbout one 'and three-fourth,,
miles from tlin town of Dallas. Said road
to he changed so as to run east and pnral-
le lo brook running through lot N i. 2118
an I partly through lot No. 297 in said dis
trict and section, intersecting with the
present road about midway between Hie
residence of J. II. Weaver and Mrs. Lucy
F. P. Hudson, Ordinary.
THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.
Lung Trobles and Consumption Can
An Kiiilncn* New Yolk fTimnist and
Scientist Mikes it flee Offer to Our
The distinguished New York chemist,
T. A. Slocum, deiiion»lralliiglil»(llscmnj
of u reliable ami uhsnlule cure for Coli-
sumptiou (Pulmonary Tuliereulosls) am,
all hroucliial, throat,'lung and chest ills-
ciisch, stuhliorn, coughs, <-utnrrlinl alTci t-
ions, general decline and weakness, loss
of Desk, and all conditions of wasting a-
way, will send THREE FREE DOTTLES
(ali different) of Ills New Discoveries to
any nflHcied reader of Tux Nkw Eiia
wilting for thrill.
Ills "New Scientific Trealnienl” hit -
cured thousands pcrniuliciilly by ils tlinh-
ly us., and he considers ll a simple pro-
leaslomil duty to suffering liiimanlly to
doniitc a trial of ids infallible cure.
Science daily develops new wonders,
anil lids great cbtmiat, pallenlly expeil,
meiiting for ye irs, has produc'd lestills
as him riciid tobmnnuily ns call lie claim
ed i,y any modern genius. His nsseillnn
that lung truuolea ami cot mnptlon i.re
curable In any climate is proven by
‘ heartfelt lelters nt gratitude,” llled in
his American and Enrol nan Inhoiatoriei
tu thousands Irnm those cured in ali purls
of the world.
Medical experts concede Hist hronehlul,
chest and lung irouliles lead to l onsiiinp-
lion, which, tinlnli rrtipled, means spi cily
and certain tlcnlli.
Simply wrile to T, A. Slocum, M. C.,
1/8 pine street, New York, giving puslol-
llcc and express address, and Hie tree
medicine will Le promptly sent. buffer-
ers sliould take instant advantage of his
gen irons proposition. i
Please tell die Doctor tliut youjsaw . Ids
liter in I nK New Eiia. ’
Paulding County Sheriffs Sales for
|5,0C0 Oft THE CO /ill rLUf
A Rkmahk.mii.k Oi.ennisti tlrrua with Tm
Ati.asta WnsKgv Constitution.
The missing wordContest of The Ai
pints Weekly CoiislituHrm closed on H.<
1st nf Match end The Pimciintimi in
•enl out 111 rash #1.043 88, w hich Is ill
vlded among the sueressful gnessers 1
a ill he remembered that The Cnnsiitu
l on offered ip per cent of Hie /And deriv
d from Hir subscriptions nf tko-e enter
ing Hie contest, lo lie divided litiiniig tlmsi
•Alio sucrcaafiillv guessed the missing won
pt a given sentence. The Coifttitutlni
announce* Hint the word for Hie euntesl
which lias Just closed was "snnlhsey- is"
—tlio lenience, taken from “PintArrh’i
Lives," bring as follows:
“At Hist It was considered by lliesoodi-
say rs as a good omen."
The Constitution now makes Hie most
remarkable proposition ever miidc to Hu
subscriber* nf any souiliern newpsper.
Iteglnning with Hie 1st of Marcli It makes
a cash offer of #5,000, lo lie divided
among those of Its subscribers who guess
lU'iirest to the size of Hie cotton crop of
1897-98—the crop grown last year and
now already In. The exact number of
lades nf Hie crop will he announced In the
rlv fall and figures given liy the well
known llrm of Lntlium, Alexander A Cn.,
f New York, and llielr figures will he
veeeptrd as Iliad.
In lids connection It may lie Interesting
lo have Hie figures of the rollon aereagi
ind number of bales in Hie crop for sever
al years pas*., ns follows:
Jioyul mat es the i
ROYAL RAKINO POWOffM CO., NI'Af YORK.
Buies in Crop.
of Hie acreage
ur tiie erup of
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bnltlc or common glass with urin
and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sedi
ment or settling indicates s diseased con
dition nf the kidneys. When urine stains
linen it is positive evidence of .kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the hack, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys ami bladder nre
out of order
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, Mini Dr. Kiimer's Swamp-
Root. Hie great kidi ey remedy fulfills ev
ery wisli in relievi g pain in the back,
kidneys, liver, hlndi er and every p rt of
the urinary passages. It corrects inability
lo hold urine and si aiding pain in pxaiing
it. or had effects following use of liquor.,
wine, or beer, and overcome* that u i-
plensuul neeessily of belli:
Will he let to the lowest ladder the
contract to build new bridge at Pauper
fnrm, on Tuesday the 15th inst., at the
court house door, at 10 o’clock a. in.
Plans slid specifications ern lie seen nt
iny office. Given under mv hand and of-
ile al signature, March 2. 1898.
F. P. HUDSON,
Paulding County. )
To all whom it may concern:
“N. X. Beall, administrator on the cs-
Mtrof Richard and Mary Manning, latoof
said county, deceased, lias in due form
applied to the undersigned for letters of
dismission a-, administrator on said estate,
and 1 will pass upon said application on
■he iirsi Monday in April, 1898. Given
"1 ler mv hand and official signature.
T.iis ti c 3rd day of January, 1898.
F. P. Hudson.
Paulding County (
To all whom it may concern;
W. L. Cochran, executor on I he estate
compelled to of Jerry W. Wood, late of said county,
GEORGIA, PAULDING COUNTY —
Will lie bold, on Hie first Tuesday in
April next, nt the court-house in said
county, within the legal hours of Hide, to
the highest bidder, for cash, tiie following
Lot of No. 1227 in the 19tii district anil
3rd section of Paulding Counly, Gn.; Icv-
i ed on and to lie sold as Hie property of
he defendant, W. It. Waddell, lo satisfy
two justice court II fas, Issued al Hie FcP-
runry term of the 9il G. M., dial, ill fnvo
of James L. Highl, and against said W. H
Waddell. Levy made and returned lo
me liy W. 11. Cole, L. C.
Alsu at the same time and place, wii|
lie sold let of land No. 223 in the Hrdliis-
trlct and 3rd section nf Paulding enmity,
Un., to satisfy a tax fl fa issued by A. L.
Woithnn, T. C., in favor of the state and
county. Levied on and to he sold as the
p-operty of Lawson 11. Llndsy frir Ids
slate and county tax for Hie yeaF 1837.
Levy made and returned to me by;, J. M.
Womack, L. C.
Alio at the same time and place will hr
sold lot of In nil No. 223 in the 3rd dial i lei
and 3rd section nf Paulding conn y, Ga.
to satisfy s tax li fa issued by A. L. Wor
than, T. C. of m l county, In favor of tlia
state and county »». M. I). Womack, agt.
i for L. II. Litnlsy. for id- st tc an I county
tax for Hie year 1897. Levy made and re
turned to me by J. M. Horn* k L. C.
AI«o at Hie same time and place will tie
sold lot of land No. 400 In the 19th dis
trict slid 3rd section of Paulding county,
Ga.; levieu on and lo lie sold as the prop-
tlie seamn of 1897-98 Is 23.820,000 acres.
Two thousand five hundred dollars of
the #5.000 offered by The Cotislllullon
will lie given to the one making 1 lie rx-
aet or Hie nearest correct esilnnite of Hie
•Ize of the crop, #1,500 to the second
iievresl, and #1,000 lo the third nearest.
'Divided Hie guesses me made during Hie
present month. Ev- ry Mibscrlter to The
A eekly Coiislllution will lie enlillcd to a
•uess pi -vided it is sent along with Hie
S lliserlplion. The names will he careful
ly recorded and it is needless to say Hint
much interest will he taken in Hie contest.
Till* paper clubs with The Weekly
Cnnililution, and we nffci a spe dal club
bing rule of #180, and all win*; accept
•Ills clubbing offer will he entitled tu a
guess In The Constitution cotlon crop
contest. On receipt of the easli for Hie
i wo paper*, the name and subscription,
with goes' iff tin* cnlloii crop, will lie for
warded to The Weekly ConaHtntlon.
The Sui'c La Grippe Cure.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, if you will only get the
rigid remedy. You are having pain all
ihrough your body, your liver is out of
urdrr, have no sp| elite, no life or iiinlii-
llon, have a bad cold, 111 fact are complete,
ly used up. Ebclrlc llltlirs Is the only
remedy Hint will give you prompt mid
sure relief. They act directly on your
Liver. Bliinineh slid Kidneys, tone up Hie
whole system and make you feel lik
new being. They are guaranteed or mon
ey refunded. For Hale si A. J. ( onpi r *.V
Co.'s Drug Store, only 50c. per bottle.
BUCILLEN’S ARNICA SALVE.
THE BEST SALVE in the world fi
Gills, Bruises, Hurra, Ulcers, Halt Hlicumr
Fever Hores. Trtter, Chapped Hand*
Chilblain*, Gurus, and all Hkin Eruption*
,tnd positively cures l’ile*. or no pay r<
aqured. It Is gimiai teedi to give perfe*
satisfaction i r inoncijr. fnnded. Price 25
cents per box. FOlt SALE 1)3 A. J-
V "'per Co.
Better that love in its pit. had chided.
Cruel Hie lies they li id heard!
(>! for the grief nf two spirits 1 divided
Ail for tile want of a word!
Why lion* she shudder when otli- r lips
Sweet was the name he love,I hu“t.
Lonely through life, mull deulh shall lie-
Wildly her tjplrit seeks real. *&;
OH to the future In vain lie Is Inrnlng,
Gra*pllig linn.’i favors In lias | e,
Still for the past, and its I IDs, lie Is
yeari lug, , *
Ovi r life’s desolate waste, . V,
III, for the past In fts vyomlurfid swiel-
F.nllng away into pniil!
On, for two live* ol.h llielr ,tr.tnge
C ilii|Opleness; ’
Hiriviog Js'h faith nil In vain.
Oh, for liter' v ‘3kj! ,| tl strung love uu-
s|sik' for 1
Whin! eiif"’ '"f 1
oil, for tlie l V>)d|H'l' wo'iian’s heailliiqken,
Now in Hie p ice of grate!
-Alartlu A Ki I ler in lluslou Transcript.
A Marrtw Escape.
Thankful words written liy Mr-. ■ d ®
E. Hart, of (in-ton. H. I). "Was lakcu
wall a hall col,l i. Idrli nettled on my .lings,
eougli set in nnil dually terminate.I m .
Consumption. Four I)oe.o s gave me up,
living 1 I' lb'll live lad a sl.i rl llmi.
avr myself up lo mr Hnviur, deter.niiu.il
f 1 ciiidd not stay with u^ Ire,id. on
til. I mini.I mei*’my at s-lit nei salio-c
My i,us lib., \.n an vised lo get Dr. King’s
• „ Dl eovi tv for ( oiisiiniplioi), Couglis
d Cold'. 1 gave it a Inal, look ill all
;lil la tiles.. 1: l a- eUl'Cil me, and thank
at I : m sale I him now a well unit
healthy woiimn.” I'riai bottles free a
A. J. Coo pel Pi b Drug Htnre.
lte." lar siz.e 'illi. a id #1.00.
Cl bl ,1 •• I**i HI ... (I.
Gua. a *
gel up many times during the night P. u- deceased, lias in diie form applied to H * ! er; y of llu: estate of W. N. D pree.
nnn,e - ----'Ui'"?;:»v xll ,^ 1 T e,, 1,y u T.r
upon said application on the first Mo.i.lsv I ‘than, T. C. of said county, in favor of Hie
in April, 1898. Given under “my
h end and official signature. 'I Ids 3rd day
of Januury, 1898.
If i- die st-ialard. It <
L i Uu* urj'.if. I puriotl of i
nrrioH ohlftlrpti over
•thliilf. fiiul In ret?*
, , Gndi <1 ’bv v»h.'i«iclnm« nf the friend
|4 of Adult* nud Children. It 1^
i»f . A f
yl . i’W I*'' 1 .
er falls to
rtuev I'rict*. li'icls.
effert of "Swamp-Root ivsoon realized, ft
stands the ldghest fur its wo.i h rfu, cures
of the most distressing ras'-s. If you neei
a medicine you should have the best. Hoi
by druggists price fifty cents and one dol
lar. You may have a sample bottle an .
pamphlet botli sent free by mail, upon
receipt of three two-cent stamps to cover
cost of postage on the lrottlr.
Mention The New F.ra and
send your full post-office address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bingnamton, N. Y. Tli e
I proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
F. P. Hudson,
Half soling, 10 cents, if leather Is fiirn-
js iud, or 20 edits uni furnish ’J the
material. Pitching at corresponding
p ices. Leave them at New Era Olll :e.
• J. T. Mkeks.
Ute an I o') inly ami against Joseph D.
Glover, mlm. of the estate of said W. N.
Dupree for sl'.lc and county lax for the
year 1897. L*vy made and returned to
me by G. J. Hpluks, L. C.
This March the 7th 1898.
B. F. WHEELER.
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
Cures Plies, Scalds, Darns.
Universal fialr Promoter
Cure** dandruff. Atof* tho hnir from fall
ing out. Invigorate Hw? growth, ih ft
suporh <1 refuting* ami * 5'**‘* l, .°*
by nourUhing It#* room, will poHiilvcl) i -
Htore gruv hair to ll* origin*I rolor. lt' H
the* pxr-exc«nntc« of nil hnlr roRiuroix.
Pfttcr, XI.00 pf n Laroe Bottle.
For *n»p by drjtggi*tn- If not. wm|I to u»
and it will »*• wnt. prernid. upon retell*
MAMUFACTUHIO ONLY DV THf
Murray Meoioihe Company,
! ATLANTA, GA.
As we Imve heard nothing from thi- ,
place in some time, we decided to write
jus. Celia Aides Is ip iteslek. We hope
for her speedy recove y.
.Mr. B. T. Drake and his liltlr son,
Cooper, me visiting In Bartow counly.
hi- es Susie anil Nettle Stevens visited
Si/iiM'die ins: Siituiday imd Huiiilay, Hie
g'i. sis of Mr. henry Brown’s family.
.Ur. ('. B. Spinks lins closed Ids school
at tlii" place.
Hervicis nt this place next Saturday mill
H Mill") - .
.Mr. E. .1. Hlcvcns made a business trip
to Atlanta last Friday.
Mi— Mattie Adair is vlfitin; Mr. G. A.
Mr. G. W. Gently is improving.
Who '.s the young mini that goes to s e
his sweetheart most every Sunday, mid
tuk s a,- ton mil in the sunshine to talk.
Hay, what's tiie matter with all the >or-
m,D i an k P> all.
HWF.LV ll'OVK'l' AND FELLOW.
Will lie li t to the lowest hi-der the con-
truct to build a new bridge m ar T. .1.
MeLemlon’.- in tliel ll.a.ist.G. M.of l*..uld-
ng Co. on tiie 1st Tuesday in April, 1898.
Clam uuil specifications <»in he seen ut
my office. Given under my limul mill
ollle.ui figiiatuii. T.ns March the 9, 1898.
1. V. HUDSON,