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Attorney at Lav,
Will practice in all the courts of the
State Special attention given to collections
^^“Also money to loan on improved
farms, on 2. 3 and o veats time, at 8 per
cent per annum. Gome- and see me.
DR. W. T. POOL,
OVER COLUMBUS BANK.
All Diseases of the Mouth and
Teeth treated in the best manner.
Harris County Sheriff’s Sates.
Wilt be Fold before the conrt house door
in the town of Hamilton, Harris county,
Ga. , within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, on the first lues
day in Oct., 1887, the following described
East half of lot of land No. 182 in the iSth dis
trict of Harris county Levied u 3 as the prop
erty of WH Thompson to satis fJ fi fa issued
Court in _ favor of the
from Muscogee W Thompson. Superior
State vs H
Also, at the same time and place, the
undivided interest of B F Thomason in
and 120 acres of lot of land No. 152, in
the 18th district of Harris county and
better known as the land deeded by the
executors of J B Thomason under his last
will and testament to Narcissa Jane Thom
ason, deceased, and Luci c da Ann Thom¬
ason. Levied upon as t er e property of
B F Thomason to satisfy a fi fa from
Mnscogee Superior court in favor of J &
J Kaufman, Charles Kaufman transferee,
vs B F Thomason.
Also, at the same time and place, 120
acres of land in the 20th district of Harris
county, bounded on the north by Jim
Osborn's land, oh tha east by land of E
C Hood,on the west by land of C I Pearce
and on the south by land of F M Tidwell.
Also 9 acres of land in the 20th district
of said county bounded on the north by
Jim Osborn, oast by E 0 Hood, south by
F M Tidwell and west by M M Rogers.
Levied upon as the property of Mrs Mary
M Rogers to satisfy a fi fa from Harris
Superior court in favor of Wm S Hunt¬
ington vs Mary M Rogers. ShfT.
F. M. Talley,
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SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
American B. H.O. & Sewing Machine Co.
304- N. Charles Street
and 6 W. Saratoga Street,
Money to Loan!
Lon? Time,Easy Terms,Low Rates.
Apply to 2E1TRT C. CAHEBOtf.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
I have on our yards—near Hamil¬
ton—200,000 feet of good, merchant¬
able lumber which I wish to clear
out at bargain prices. Come and see
or write to me.
Bring or send your Job Print¬
ing to the JO URNALs,
Surah + Sashes. +*
Everybody wants one. We have a thoice lot ot shades in
Sheer Plaid AT 75 CENTS.
New Stock of Lawns 12J Cents.
Printed Linens at 10 cents.
IRJEIMIZISr A^LsTTS- REMHAlsTTS.
We have a choice lot of REMNANTS in every department to be sold at less than cost.
We mention expecially Remnants of Silks. A large lot at half price ready for sale Monday.
Every one in our stock to be sold at cost, We mean business.
Call for the Kirven 50, 75c and $1 00 Corsets. They are the best for the price to be had.
Our entire stock of Zephyr Wools to be closed out at 5 cents per ounce.
J. ALBERT KIRVEN 8s CO.
Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted
Lnmbagr, Sprains, Muscle*,
Rheumatism, Strains, Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof Ail,
icalds, Stiff Joint?, Screw
stings, Backache, Worms,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Galls,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY
accomplishes for everybody exactly what la claimed
for It. Oue of tho reasons for the great popularity of
the Mustang Liniment Is found In its universal
applicability. Everybody needs such a medicine.
The Lumberman needs it in case of accident.
The Housewife needs it for general family use.
The (!a nn ler needs it for his teams and his men.
The Mechanic needs it always on his work
The ?,liner needs It in case of emergency.
The l’ionecr needs it—can’tgetalong without It.
The Farmer needs it In his house, his stable,
and his stock yard.
The Steaniboi.t tmtu or the Boatman needs
It In liberal supply afloat und ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs it—it is bis best
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock.grower needs it—it will save him
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs it and will need it so
long as his life Is a round of accidents and dangers.
The JJuckwondmu-tti needs It. There is noth
inglike it as an antidote for the dangers to life,
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs it about his store among '
his employees. Accidents will happen, and when
these come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once.
Keep a Bottle In the House. ’Tis the best of
Keep a Bottle in the Factory. Its
use in case of accident saves pain and Ios& of wages.
Keep a Bottle Always is the Stable for
nse when wanted.
Georgia, Harris County.
By virtue of the last will and testament
of W L Worrill, late of said county de*
ceased, I will sell before tbe oonrt honse
door iz the town of Hamilton on the first
Tuesday in November next the following
described land belonging to said deceased
to-wit —Lot of land No. 94 containing
202£ acres more or less, and the sonth
half of lot No. 67 containing 101 % a ore*
more or less, lying in the 19th district of
said county, known as the Brinoifield
place. Terms cash. An gust 2nd, 1887.
W F Nvnnxlikb,
Elector of WL Wobhili, Dec’d.
We st Georgia A. 8s M. College,
West Ga. A. & M. College will be opened for business on Monday,
Sept. 12th, under the management of Jno. W. Dozier, who will have asso¬
ciated with him the following competent corps of teachers: Rev. W. W.
Arnold, Mrs. W. W. Arnold, Miss Berta M. Dozier and Mrs. B. C. Kim¬
brough. No pains will be spared in giving thorough instruction to their
pupils in the literary, art and music departments.
Hates of Tuition Per Month of Pour Weeks:
Tuition ia Primary Department (i O o
Tuition in Academic a tv 01 o
Tuition in Collegiate M o 0S88S8
French and German, each extra - (i
Music - ------ n
Drawing and Fainting ----
Incidentals for Fall Term ...
Incidentals for Spring Term - - 1
Board in good familes from $8.00 to $10.00.
Tuition due monthly in advance; will be charged from time pupil enters
till close of the term and no deduction except in cases of protracted sick¬
ness of three weeks or more. Discipline mild but firm. Monthly reports
issue. All pupils entitled to public school fund will be credited their pro
rata at the close of session.
Send in the first day-—-Sept, x 2th—that classes may be organized at once.
August 20, 1887. FACULTY.
Catalogues furnished upon application.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Has just received a very handsome line of Roy¬
al Copper and Bronze Goods, Vases, Statues,Pitchers,
Candlesticks, Mirrors, Tables, Plaques, Trays, Clocks, ardinerc.
Will be ready
in a few days to wait on
you with a stock of Spectacles and
Eye Glasses superior to any ever brought to our
beautiful city, and will charge but a reasonable profit on the
money invested; will not chaige for his skill and knowledge in fitting
you; will sell you real Stone “Pebble” Lenses, if you want
them and are able to buy them, and otherwise
will sell you the best ground and pol
ished Glass Lenses in the
market, put in any
kind of frame you want. So when you want Glasses ask for real
Pebble or Glasses. Let“highfiluten” names alone as humbug.
-8FREHCH * MILLIHERY.N
Owing to the increase of our business we have rented the
larger store one door south of the present one, and from to¬
day up to January next Mr. A. Lequin, our buyer in New
York, will constantly select and ship every week all the nov¬
elties in hats and trimmings. As formerly we will sell cheap
for cash. l^f^Feathers dyed, Gloves cleaned at
MRS. L. LEQUIN’S,
1117 BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
BMTON LODGE No, 21, L 0. V. V.
Regular meetings on first and third
Tuesdays in each month.
H. C CAMERON, M, W
J. L. BLACKMON, Recorder.
| made us. A Month Agents working can pre¬ for I*
ferred who can
‘ furnish their own horses and give their whole
j time to the business.Spare moments may be prof
! itably employed also. A few vacancies intiwns
j St, and Richmonn, cities, fe. F. Va. JOHNSON * CO., 1013 Main