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J. L. Dennis, Proprietor.
August 5,....................... 1887.
HARRIS COUNTY SUNDAY
The annual meeting of the Harris
County Sunday School Association
was held at Cataula camp ground
July 27th, Dennis Miller in the chair.
The exercises were opened with
song and prayer by Rev. Howard
Key. Master Joe Key delivered the
welcome address and did splendidly
for one of his age. Mr. J. M. Kim¬
Upon call of schools eighteen were
represented—representing and fourteen
hundred officers scholars.
The reports from the schools were
brief though encouraging, Five
schools were added to the fist which
make thirty-seven on roll.
The annual address was made by
Hon. W. I. Hudson. He spoke 50
minutes in his usual plain, practical,
sensible manner using many illustra¬
tions to impress upon his audience
the great importance of training and
educating the children and youths of
the country, “for no one was educat¬
ed without a Bible education.”
Rev. J. B. K. Smith was next in¬
troduced, who spoke for 30 minutes
in a very forcible manner. In beau¬
tiful words he spoke of the occasion
and that it was a beautiful thought
that Christians of every name would
meet as they had met to day, to coun
sel together for the best way, the
best plan by which we might save our
children. His speech was highly ap¬
preciated by the large audience.
A recess of one hour was given
The Association assembled at 2
o'clock, p. m.
An election of officers for the en¬
suing year was held, which resulted
in the unanimous election of the fol¬
President, W. C. Wisdom.
First Vice-Pres’t, W. W. Arnold.
Second “ “ A. A. Allen.
Fourth “ “ Jesse Cox.
Third “ “ T. R. Ashford.
Fifth “ “ J. A. Maddox.
J. L. Dennis, Sec’y.
B. C. Kimbrough, Cor. Sec’y.
J. L. Blackmon, Treasurer.
P. H. Livingston, Chorister.
Bethel church was selected as the
place for holding first quarterlj meet¬
ing 1 st Wednesday in November.
The Association adjourned after dox
ology, and benediction by Rev. J. B.
R. E. Fort, President.
No one can estimate the evil that
may be produced by in the neglect of
one simple duty, and matters per¬
taining to the health procratintion
may have fatal results. Therefore if
your child has worms use White,s
Cream Vermifuge, a pure and simple
remedy, which has stood the test and
ne^er failed to dislodge the worms.
Incredulity may for a season give
a cold reeption to truth but the latter
has such a winnig way that when she
positively assets that Tabler’s Buck¬
eye Pile Ointment is absolutely the
only speedy and lasting cure for Piles,
and gives as evidence the testimony
of thousands who have been relieved
by it, the merits of Tabler’s Buckeye
Pile Ointment is gracefully acknowl¬
flint ME FaiKU BEATtii.
Chaplain Ball Writes the Following Bo*
1 From th£ Albany N. I'.. Exprest. &
For many years my wife had been
the victim of nervous dyspepsia,* of the
chronic, distressing and apparently in¬
curable type from which so many of her
sex suffer, languish and die. It was all
the worse because the tendency to it
was inherited. She had been under the
systematic treatment of many of the
best physicians in New York andBrook
lyn and elsewhere for twenty years with
only temporary relief. In fact, there
were few, if any, kinds of food that did
not distress her, so diseased, sensitive
and torj)id were all the organs of diges¬
tion. The usual symptoms of dyspep¬
sia, with its concomitant ailments, were
all present—bad taste in the mouth,
dull eyes, cold feet and hands, the sense
of a load upon the stomach, tenderness
on pressure, indigestion, giddiness,
great weakness and prostration, and fu¬
gitive pains in the sides, chest and back.
I have often risen in the night and ad¬
ministered stimulants merely for the
sake of the slight and transient relief
they gave. -
Intermittent malarial fever set in,
complicating the case and making
every symptom more pronounced and
intense. By this time the pneumo
gastric nerves had become very seri¬
ously involved, and she bad chronic
Gastritis, and also what I may be al¬
lowed to call chronic intermittent ma¬
larial fever all at once. For the latter
the physicians prescribed the good, old
fashioned, sheet-anchor remedy, Quin¬
ine gradually increasing the doses, until
—incredible as it may seem—she actu¬
ally took THIRTY GRAINS A DAY FOR
days in succession. This could not
last. The effect of the quinine was,
if possible, almost as bad as the two¬
fold disease which was wearing away
her strength and her life. Quinine
poisoning was painfully evident, but
the fever was there still. Almost every
day there came on the characteristic
chill and racking headache, followed
by the usual weakness and collapse.
About this time I met socially my
friend Mr. Norton, a member of the
firm of Chauncey Titus & Company,
brokers, of Albany, who, on hearing
from me these facts, said; “ Why, I
have been through almost the same
thing, and have got over it. ” “ What
cured you?” I asked eagerly. * Kas¬
kine,” he said, “ try it for your wife."
I had seen Ka.kine advertised, but had
no more faith in It than I had in saw¬
dust, for such a case as hers. Mrs.
Hall had no higher opinion, yet on the
strength of my friend’s recommenda
tion I got a bottle and began its use
as directed. -
Now recall what I have already said
as to her then condition, and then read
what follows; Under the Kaskine
treatment all the dyspeptic symptoms
showed instant improvement, and the
daily fever grew less and soon ceased
altogether. Side by side these diseases
vanished, as side by side they had tort¬
ured their victim for ten years—the
dyspepsia alone having, as I have said,
existed for twenty years. Her appetite
improved from week to week until she
could eat and digest the average food
that any well person takes, without any
suffering or inconvenience. With re¬
newed assimilation of food came, of
course, a steady increase in flesh, until
she now looks like her original self. *
She still takes Kaskine occasionally,
but with no real need of it, for she is
well. I consider this result a scientific
miracle, and the “New Quinine ” is en¬
titled to the credit of it, for from the
time she began with Kaskine she used
no other medicine whatever. *
If you think a recital of these facts
calculated to do good you are welcome
to make them public. %
(Rev.) JAS. L. HALL, 1
Chaplain Albany, N. Y., Penitentiary.
P. S.—Sometimes letters of this kind
are published without authority, and in
case any one is inclined to question
the genuineness of the above statement
I will cheerfully reply to any commu¬
nications addressedto me at the Peni
tentiary. Jas. L. Hall.
I Other letters of a similar character
from prominent individuals, which
stamp Kaskine as a remedy of un¬
doubted merit, will be sent on appli¬
cation. Price $ 1.00, or six bottles,
$5.00. Sold by Druggists, or sent by
mail on receipt of price.
The Kaskine Company, 54 Warren
St., New York, and 35 Farringdon
Road, I/Ondon. I
Is Consumption Incurable ?
Read this; C H Morris, Newark, Ark.,
gays, “Was down with abscess of lungs,
and friends and physicians pronounced Began
me an incurable consumptive.
taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Con¬
sumption,am now on my third bottle and
able to oversee the work on my farm* Is
the finest medicine ever made.” Jesse
Middlewart, Decatur,O , says: “Had it not
been for Dr Kings New Discovery for
Consumption 1 would have died of lung
troubles. Was given up by doctors* Am
now in the best of health.’’ Try it. Sam*
pie bottles free at Cock Brothers.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no specialmen*.
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.—A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran¬
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove pimples, bcils,
salt rheum and other affections causod
by impure blood,—Will drive malaria
from the system and prevent as well as
cure all malarial fevers.—For cure of
headache, constipation and indigestion
try Electric. Bitters.—Entire satisfaction
guaranteed or money refnnded. Price
50c and $1 per bottle at Cook Brothers.
J. WILLIS MITCHELL,
PHYSICIAN * AND * SURGEON
Tenders his professional services to the
people of Hamilton and surrounding com¬
munity, and thanking them for past pat
ronage solicits a continuance of the same.
Specialty; Surgery, Obstetrics and diseases
peculiar to women. B ut branches special and of care¬
ful attention to all the the
•X. W. HOWARD
Oj 7 tkorpe St. 9 Columbus, Ga .
Old Cotton, Hemp, Gunny
Rope, Bagging’, Furs,
Cotton in the Seed and Cotton Seed
Orders lor wrapping paper and
paper bags filled at shor notice.
I respectfully tender the public my sin
cere thanks for the very liberal patronage
extended respectfully to me during’the year 1886, aad
solicit a coatinxance of same
for 1SS7. Specialties: Obstetrics, Chronic
and Private Diseases. Will keep also a
full and complete line of first-class Drugs
at the lowest prices possible for pure goods
and hope that with an experience of thirty
years in the practice of medicine to give
S. G. BILBT, M. D.
- K ujH[ pesL exs
m £ m
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The Great Southern Remedy for all
AND CHILDREN TEETHING.
There are very few who do not know of tb!»
little bush growing alongside of our mountain*
and hills: but very few realize the fact, of that
the little purple berry, which so many u#
have eaten in most every shape, there is a prin¬
ciple ia it having a wonderful effect o«i the
bowels. Dr. Bigger’s Huckleberry that Cordial is
the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY mtfOrCS
the little oue teething, and curse Diarrhoea
Dysentery When it is and considered Cramp Colic. that at this season of
the year sudden and dangerous mid attacks of the
bowels deaths are occurring so frequent, before we physician hear of so many be
called in, it is important that every house*
hold should provide themselves with some
speedy relief, a dose of which will relieve the
pain Huckleberry and save much anxiety. Dr. Bisaers’
Cordial is a simple remedy which
any child is pleased to tab.,.
WALTER Price, 50 cents TAYLOR, a bottle. Vann factored by
A. Atlanta, Oa.
and Taylor Mullein 9 Cherokee will firmed: Coughs P«
smniption. Price 25 cts. and $1 a bottle •
L 3 LI ON CIDER,
A delicious temperence drink.
Try it at the Drug Store.
S. G. KILEY.
C. & E. EAILR0AD SCHEDULE,
Taking Effect May 22 , 1 SS 7 .
NO. 71 —GOING NORTH.
Leave Columbus... . 2 50 p m
Arrive at Hamilton. . 4 33 p za
Arrive at Chiplev.. . 5 12 p a
Arrive at Greenville . C 25 p m
NO. 72—GOING SOUTH.
Leave Greenville . 7 00 an
Arrive at Cbipley.. . 8 13 an
Arrive at Hamilton. . 8 52 a]a
Arrive at Columbus 10 36 am
NO 73— GOING NORTH (SUNDAY ONLY )
J>eave Columbus . .7 55 a m
Ar at Hamilton .. 9 2-5 a m
Ar at Greenville. 11 03 a ra
NO 74—COMING SOUTH (SUNDAY ONLY)
Leave Greenville 4 OS p m
Ar at Hamilton. 5 40 p m
Ar at Columbus. 7 18 pm
The success of Shaeee3 Aromatic Din
AEBBcsA Ccedial, the gem of remedie
for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morn
bus, Cramp Colic, and all bowel affec¬
tions, no matter of how long standing.
A dose after eating will give instantane¬
ous relief to sufferers from indigestion.
It is as pleasant to take as lemon aagar
and can be given to the smallest child or
the most enfeebled person at any time
and under all circumstances. For teeth¬
ing children it is far superior to soothing
syrups, W. Cameron, Paregoric or Squills. Dr. John
for years City and County
physician of Columbus. Ga., says he
has prescribed Shaker’s Cordial for seven
years and has never been disappointed in
the result In a single case and cheerfully
recommends it as the safest and best
remedy for all bowell troubles. Price 25
cents per bottle.
Manufactured only by
JOHN P TURNER d BRO,,
Sold by all dealers in medicine.
PICINE cares Coughs, Colds, Croup and
all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles.