. s^W^npuTiii'n, would
BJPWWmr contempt by calling
them “poor qontUry crackers.”
1 know ft swell-bonded school
teacher in the forties who did not
dare tritoo liin gunoology, that evor
lutd “|)uor cracker” on. tlio fflul ol' bin
• ^ have over thought it aviin applied
to (luorglaiiH from tho (not tlmt the
colony whs nettled by jibor people,
1 Imve also thought that the up-
pflllntiqti was given uh by one neigh*
Mrs across tile Savannah in eon-
BHOglhtllorpo’a colonists were poor,
Bit an honest and religious people.
Bliougli poor they were not lieen-
Hons, bh a reference to the early
Iriminnl records will show, tlioruforo
Bhe term “oriniker" was lined to ox-
■ireHn (lonteinpt for iv people whoso
■oily erline was their poverty and
Hlitoraoy. My idea linn alwftyn been
Alit applying it ill that nun HO wan
jlffl'Ul. iih intelligent an tlie aforesaid
^■can ; and to nee intelligent tteor-
Bn ime it an to a clans ol our fol-
HKithunn produces n elnonic iiannen,
[MW wuubl -fiko some one to tell me
Whoivere David Crockett, Andrew
Jackson, John Clark, and a host of
brilliant mon, down to tho Immortal
Abraham Mnoolij, but outcrops from
thin very derided e|uan of ptioplo.
1 Andrew Jiiokson nerved his coun
try to more purpose in the sottlo-
Hiieiit of tlin Indian and Spanish
the eombined prunl-
their powder, stareli
ovt,,, y cocaskin
y mM ol " H ' k " r
the staff of
Represents tho following old, reliable and popular firo insurance companies
and solicits tbo patronage of the insuring public:
Insurance Ctnpany of North America, - - Founded In 1702.
“Greenvrleh,” Total Assets, $1,656,095,13. - Founded In 1831.
“Hartford." Total assets, $6,576,616.13. - Founded In 1810.
“Central City," of Selma, Ala.
Also, write for the “Liverpool and London and Globe,"
“^tua” and .“Orient.”
Real Estate and Renting Agent.
Hus on his list of Rcul Estate some very desirable farm lauds in the
vioinity of the “Gate City to South Georgia and Florida.” Keep your eye
on it, and don’t let it get too high priced before purchasing.
These lunds are within one and seven miles of town.
If you have any Real Estate—houses or land—for sals or rent you will
receive prompt and courteous service by placing them with me.
I am, very respectfully,
l-tf. M. A.. SEXTON.
•\n old tihVMluluii, retired from practice, having
hud idiveed fit ItIh litvntlH by an Kent ImUik mission
ary tno formula or n dimple vegetable remedy
lor tho Hpuody uml pormnnont mini of ConHump-
lion, lirmiohlllN, Ciil»i i’ll, Asthma and nil throat
nml l.unir AlTuetlnns, iiIho a poplllvo ami radical
imro for Nervous Debility uml all Nurvnus Com-
idulids, after havinir tested It* wonderful mi ra
il vo power* la thousands of oases, him foil It hid
lUity to make It known to his Mutrerlng follow*.
Actuated by thl* nmtlvu ami a desire lo rellove
human suirorlng.l will iioml free of ulmrge,tn all
who dosiro It, till* r»m|po, in Herman, French or
Kngllsli, with full directions for preparing and
using. Hunt hy mall by addressing with mump,
The Singer Manufacturing Company,
TBB 8BWIN6 XAOEINX KAKWA0TUMB3 07 THE WORLD.
Tho Simmer Local publlslioR tho
following programme of tho union
meeting to bo held with the Sumner
Huptist clmrcb on January ‘Jit, 110
ami 01 :
11 a, in.--Sermon, by brother G,
‘2 p, m, Organisation.
2ie0 p m,—“ Protracted Mootings
and (low to Conduct Them," by
brother S. U. UurgOM.
•1 p. m, Talks on the liiblo, by
6 a. tH.-^!ilJa B> on prayer, by
The flprlng Term nf the ahovn school will I login on Monday, January 4th, UHW, and continue for
Twenty weeks. Pupils attending this session will receive tho beuetit of the public school fund.
TUITION PER MONTH :
I’rlnmry, $2.00. inte.nnmllato, $2.00. High School, $3.00.
Pupils should lw entered at the beginning of the Term to Insure their proper Classification.
Com fortablo.bn tiding, healthy location and competent toaohor*.
K«r further |u»Umil*ri, »n>lj to
Av • Os JL .1. Jp JL 9
Tlfton, Ocorgla, January 18051. Secretary Board of Directors.
With a Record of 9,000,000 Machinee,
Made and Sold.
Now offer three entirely dlfforent New Family Sewing Machim
Obch.lavor, Vibrator aho Autohatic (single thread).
Job Printing; Office
In elegant, convenient and artlstio^cabinet work, with new patented stand
, and all the latost attainments and modem improvements.
New TypAs, New Press and Skilled Workman,
Agent for Berrien, Colqititt, Worth and Irwin
I am pleased announce to my friends and patron'R in tho counties of
J’.omtm, IrwinjEofth and Colquitt tlmt I have just received a complete
ftY JOB PRINTING OUTFIT
ahtift notice and in workmanlike manner all
All ordo^ for hiachines, aUathraenta and needles
licient attention. Address affi orders to iiimiMII
fcrfiry FrMay murn-
imnty, <leurKi» - 11 h m-
ntofcsti of tho KU/WlhK city of
(l/acmit comityy. iuui «»jeuch
*!«ftoH uml the ftiimaeMt cotimj'y* wma
asks the support ami or,WHir«g«fumit of thfi im
4,loof Jierrlon and con Unions oountiM* ,
•< Ww mihscrlptlon price of tlm (iMvxhi If ihOO
"o cents fat six imnitlm, ami '/ilffouttifor
* * In ad trance.
i of tho (Ia^bttk arc rca*
,*otmlilo uml will ho jurnlshmi ilium, appllcalimi,
AilvortlsIrtK hills arc dip; ujter first Insertion unit
•will ho presented when tho monoy if ncmlml.
•.will lw pret*.. w .. . ,
idenmi from m/lghhorlng tnwris Is so-
(vmiiimmWtlSOMinm Mmply topics arc
ulway* wclctimi. Always wrlt<» on .ono side of
.II.OpafMT, uml ihm’t forgot to enclose ymir name
,rvs an evidence of gcyilf/ilth.
~ * * -*•- - 1
.Wik id the iiiw'W&A al Tlften. Oeerula, as
matter ot the aewmil cln>»,
tOfUckal Organ of Berrien Connty.
T. AUIjRN, Editor.
THK yp|r:J#r«l <}A., FRIDAY, .TANl 1
- Nowft mid Vie.wt
Jlro, J. It. Beverly, of the Ihiwk-
fnsville Dinpfttcli mid News, has sold
u third interest in bis paper to Mr.
J. J. Harvard. The Gazette wel
.comos Mr. Harvard.pt the craft.
The Wayoross Herald informs the
flAZETTH editor it doesn't need his
/"services in its conduct. Ifo’d run it
• too intensely deniooratio to suit Hu
ropnblicair-lhird party - independent
proclivities. D'ye sec?
Bisliop Nelson, of the Episcopal
Diocese of Georgia, is to be inducted
into the Bishopric at Atlouta, on
February 25th, arid Episcopalians
look forward lo the solemn combo
/crution ceromony with interest.
The* Southern Star, prohibition
paper of Atlanta, Ims nominated Kx
Governor St. John, of Kansas, and
Hon. Waller B. Hill, of Macon, (la.,
for president and vice-president of
lho United States,
Tbo Alliancoman, of Atlanta, de
clines lo yHYU- dlm point, it made,
■"■ '^Wmf Cftoi’e aro drubkards on tbo
pnprenifl court bench Af, Georgia,”
pad very ddlantly offers to furnisb
the proof if it; is desired,
Tho Macon Telegraph 1ms added
to its make-up, a bright department
entitled “In Georgia Hand turns,''
which is of special interest to tbo
journalistic guild throughout tbo
State, with whom a daily oliat is
and 'their movements and non lb
Gemge Vj. Clarke, iutc of tlio
Hmitiiville News, has become the
assistant of Editor Alfeu, of the
Tirrow Gazette. Allen was a
whole team in himself, and, with
assistance, great things may bo ex
pected of tho Gazette.—Macon Tel
Governor Northen has furnished
tills beautiful “sentiment,” declaring
hip unqualified tuith in the doctrine
of 'personal liberty, for the memorial
atone at the World's Fair: “Abso
lute protection against oppression in
every home, the guardianship of bn
nmnity in every law, tbo nnquestion
ed equality of every citizen in the
privileges of tho government, and
the broadest individual freedom con
slstent with the public good, are com
alitutional guarantees wo caunot
Tlio Houston County Alliance has
adopted a set of resolutions in which
they declare for a democratic govern,
moot based upon the Ocala demands,
having alwuys for its watchword,
“Kqiiul rights to all and special priv
ileges to none;” while they declare
for democracy, they specially de
cliiio to commit themselves to any of
the party bosses or political trick'
sters; Ibcy declared tiiemoeives not
in favor of a third party, but sol
crnnly promised to adhere strictly to
reform principles; they also resolved
to be exceedingly careful in the so.
lection of delegates to represent them
in the next &t#to Jlemooratio con
ply casi), iw tlift flf*l lo come will bo Served flrat.
H. A. BUXTON, Ueal tfHtam ,A|rent.
Fivo irlfitj laFRo rtMiin* upiktaira In tho JtilUn
brlfk WfldUM. AJjmi two nice Jtmt Am-
Inliod jn «.imu Initliiin#. Nice location. Dricea
reaitonabl.fi. ripply to* \VMl. I/lVK,
or Fl JAYOOP & A l.KXANIHvfc*
TJfton, (la., Jim. 8,3102,
I have only a 1e,w of those liedtttlful ten-acre
UA», one mn^anfl a Italf north of 'i'lfton.
NEW MAN, NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES.
Here’s a Bargain for Some Ulan
A unlEniU.l farm bt MO Keren, three mlleK smith
at Urmkhelil. the neatent ntutlmi im the Itnjim-
vrlck nn,l Western r»tlKi»<l. There »re thirty
aeren tn ciilrlvntlen; I on l«)»rlnit near tree.
ani*i water ami Itnj.i'evoinentn. Thl. farm cat
A|i)'V 0-' >! A. SEXTON, Ileal EMate AtQint,
Farm for 8ale,
l have on my list a choice little farm ono
. . „ ? ~*3,in -
Iiundrcd wldiln tltrco mile* of Tlfton,
■ 1 ' * - - n tiny,, jp-oat,
which I oifor for tlio next fifteen ,, .....
harxaln, Thirty ncran cleared and In lino aUDr
nl ciiJUvation. (lofNI wator. fruit trees, etc.
” * Heal
M. A. BUXTON,!
I Efltatc A Kent.
To all whom It may (Mtiicern:
.. Ibevl Bapp^ ad-
nilnfstratiir of II. N; Happ* fate of sahl county,
<lot;n.m’<l, IiaH applied to the undersigned, Jn due
form, for lottora of dlunilH&lon from ttnhl admin-
fHtriition, and I will puss upon tbo wune at my
.oltlco, Jn Nashville on the tirnt Montlay in May
uiixt. (liven under my hand anti pfllehl
turu, this January 4,
F. M.BMITH, Ordinary.
all whop; It may contwrn: ft. F. Guthrie
and Munch O. Hutton, udmlnlatratow of tlie cs-
tRte of B. J. Button, lute of sahl county, de*
coaHeiL have applied to the undersigned, in due
form, for let,u rn,of (ItamhHlon froni said adnun-
latratlon, uml I will pn$H upon their application
olline fit NuHliville on tlio firnt Muntlny In
Mgnatyre, thin January 4, mVi.
Kill. SMITH, Ordinary.
May next, (liven under ihy hnml and ollidal
- r 5
OnoHlirA -IlKUaiKN Col'STV.
To all wlurni It umy Concern: Geo. \y. Knight,
administrator on tho estate of Aaron Knight,
Into of. said county deceased, has itpjilled to the
umJeralKned, In proper form, fur letters of (llu-
mlsslon from Ids trust, and l will pass upon his
sahl application at my olilce iu Nush v IHe on the
first Monday in February next. Witness my hand
and ufliefal signature, this October lflth, 1K»1
F. M. BMITK, Ordinary.
GIBS O N,
: DEALER IN
TOBACCOS, CIOARS, ETC.
Clark Bros. Old Stand, - - • TIFTON, GEORGIA.
Everybody Must Have Food,
And th/i Tory lame place In Wtan to hoy your gminta*, both ataplo and fancy, la at the cheap
cash swro of ' . uDioOxf.
All Must Have Raiment.
Tlio be*t drive* in ladies’ summer dress goods <a now and handsomo stock Just received), whlteRi
yellow honutHjiuns, ginghams, prints, jeans, etc,, Is at tlie cheap abash storo of B. GIBSON.
. o — "
Fresh stock of confections, the best flour In town, splendid line of
trunks at figures unprecedented In Tlfton.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Call and see roe and examine my goods.
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
E. P. BOWEN & BRO,
lirilk*bundin^ OTn8 ** ' MA : * r
,levi)U!d to country ,laU«IUa-
ilcalred. :, , .
Ore. J. W. & D. j.
v * - -
Orrtcn-In Julian brick 1
All calls promptly respun
DR. J. C. G00DMA1
Physician and Surgij
TIPTON, - OPhllUlIA.
Omou-Room In tho Tlfton Prug Store. I
HP" ThankhiB the public fur its past lit
liutrunago and solicit a contlnnatlim of they
DR.G. C. LANEY,
MOULTRIE, , r —(i
Offers his services to tho pcnplo ,
[ok 111 now drug store.
G. A. WHITAKER. 1
ATOM-LAW AS!) 1KS1
VALDOSTA, • GEORGIA.
Legal business solicited knit given prompj
(enlitm, . " , ,
CP^OKKItig—Harrell llnMIng, Room No.
(upono I A—nr.iiiiina Cnnstv.
There in no mistake in the foot
tlmt Congressman Livingston bos
discovered tlio unfitness of the “sub-
treasury plan” ns a basis of ilnauaiul
legislation and is vigorously casting
about for “someth'ing better.” In
his ptforis (we his resolutions culling
font spuelnl oominittoe of invest]®
tion in another colmnii) he is reooiv-
ing tlii) earnest support of Georgia’s
entire dulsgation except, per imps,
pouting Tom Watson.
In liis present attitude ho will re
ceive the cordial Biipport not only of
all whom It may concern; MatthewUno
ppliod, In proper form, to tho undersigned
for iiurmammt lothnw of administration on the
has npiillod, in proper'fonu.-to tho undersigned
. - ‘-—Vlotw ‘
de'conwitf, and) will jiiinViipon wild implication
at myonli’i) In NitahvlUo on the llrst Mm
csiiiUi of James Murray, late of said county
myofllfio Iti NaShvilloon the llrst Monday In
February next, (liven under my hand and pJM-
uial gluimturo. thin Doecmbor 7,lWli.
F. M. Hmith, Ordinary.
FARMERS’ SUPPLIES A. SPECIALTY.
FULWOOD & ALEX
LAW, REAL ESTATE
Dmb’r and l»y virtue of »n order of (no Court
of Ordinary of Bald state and county, t will sell
at piddle outery, at'the court house uoor in
Nashville, J loir lun County (leorgla, between the
legal hours of sale, on tho first Tuesday In FoIp
runry next, the following proivcrty, tit-wit:
The lands belonging to the estate of K. J. Con*
Country Produce Bought 'and Sold.
JOHN A. WILKES,
Attorney - * t - Lay
Will pnetice Ip all the counties <»ftJ
" fa).Circuit nf (loorgla. Bpjr -1
ncii,' liiio of said eotVntY deceased, the same being
100 aerus of lot of land No, ItW». In “
i the 10th dls-
trlot of said county. Torois—iuiulo known on tho
day of $alo, 'n*U j)cc(
J. K. UONNlfiUs, Administrator.
Berrien County Bailiff's Sales
• Will Imi sold be fore tlio court house door in the
town of Nashville, sahl state and county, iBf-
■ , • v , , o f • - i
ITighciit cash prices prices paid for chickens and eggs, and
generally. Give uh a call when you come to Tlfton \vitli Hi
«*f Udlcl... ^
dlreetcd to all branches of v
general business solicited.
mom tho legal Uontu of (Wluon tho first 'i'lumday
‘ W - « VXKI.-, k .
In Febrnury next, tlio following imipeity, to-witi
'I'wolvo Imudfed and fifty poiiinls of long Ntaplo
‘ IkOvUmVoh mt the Ropfm/yf
virtue iif n'inorjga^c n.Jp,
Thanking,tho piihli/) fori a gonerous patronngo ill j
solicit n contiRimncc of tho sumo in tlio fnttu-b.
E. P. BOWEISr
Near tlio JO. & W. DcpotJ
rr onr heavenly Fn-
T17ui', ivlio never inlliels ft wonml lie
cannot heal, mu! wo would offer to
lho family and friend* of onr de-
coftaed brother our sincere KVinpatliy
In this their Had hour of bereave
ment. Therefore lie it
Itmlml, That the lodge be draped
in mourning for thirty clays and that
a page iu our record bonk be In
scribed to bis memory.
Rfyolva/li That Cilia preamble and
resolfflions be spread upon our min
utes; thill a copy of the Bftliie be t'ur-
nlulled tlm Tifton Gazette and
Worth t 'mmly Loent each with a re
quest that it lie published.
/AwefVttf, That tlm usual' badge of
mourning be worn by the members
of Tlfton Lodge for thirty days for
:mr deceased brothel
W. li. Love,
mT ^ smMtinruN',
Fire Insurance Agent,
This spaco belongs to
ISAAC S. BOWEN,
. IJRALIEU IN -
V. li. Love, )
. t-J. Ojuuk.v, t Cimmittoo.
t. A. HliXTON, )
Ho will occupy It next week In telling tho people about tho bargains
ho luw In storo for thorn In dry-floods, notions, hats, shoes, groceries,
tobacco, ulgai'd, hardware, crockery, etc., nto.