MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Always on hand a fresh supply of
Light Rolls, and Bakers Cread,
Cakes, Candies, Etc.
J. G. SUGGS, Proprietor.
Seasons and Styes.
Come and go but the appetite remains the same.
Fine Steaks and Roasts^
Are as necessary and as much wanted this season as last and
we are still in the market to supply these wants. We will take your
orders by phone, or otherwise, and deliver promptly. Our meats,
fish and oysters are always fresh and first-class.
P. F. fIATTHEWS & SON
P. S. J. W. Stocks is with us and solicits the patronage of his
Fire g Accident.
Otis A. Murphey,
And protect yoursef against Fire and Accidents.
ATLANTA, GA. RICHMOND, VA. CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Largest Manufacturers of
IN THE SOUTH.
PURE GERMAN KAINIT, MURIATE OF POTASH,
NITRATE OF SODA, SULPHATE OF POTASH.
In buying fertilizers it is important, not only to secure goods of estab
lished reputation and high grade, but to buy where
YOUR WANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CAN BE SUPPLIED.
We are in position, with our unparalleled facilities and our many plants
located all over the territory, to furnish all classes of goods and in such
quantities as buyers desire. When you buy of us, with our immense
capacity, you know you can get the goods, and all you want of them.
See our nearest agent to you, or write us direct.
Address VIRGIN IA-CARO LINA CHEMICAL CO.,
OP~Snd for the Virginla-Carolina Almanac. Free for the asking.
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
Baltimore, Md., March 30, 1901.
Gentlemen -Bein? entirety cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
tny hearing in this ear entirety.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, withe* t any success, consulted a num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ca~ specialist of this city, who told me that
cnly a:i operation ccr.u . help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would
then cease, but the hearing iii the affected car would be lost forever.’
I then saw your advertisement a< * ' *vrd!y ;•! a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used it only a few v crding to your hr ctioiis. the noises ceased, and
to-day, after five weeks, my hearing in t * car has be< o tireiy restored. I thank you
heartily and b.g to remain Very t.
f. A. . u:,;aN, /v- • '-l* ad way, 3aUiLlcto,
Our treatment does not interfet - ttfiih yonr usual occupation.
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THE BARNESVILLE NE'WS-GAgETTE, THURSDAY, ArRIL 10, 1902.
Charleston’s Great Exposi
tion Is Now In Full Bloom
of Its Beauty.
A GREAT UNDERTAKING.
Relying Absolutely Upon Their Own
Resources, the People of the “City
by the Sea” Have Created the Most
Complete, Symmetrical and Beautiful
Show Our Country Has Ever Known
Except World’s Fair at Chicago.
Some good and thoughtful people
think that we are having too many ex
positions; that the subject is exhaust
ed, their usefulness at an end. But
these good people are in the minority,
and the great majority of our citizens,
considering the wealth of our favored
nation, our 80,C0u,000 inhabitants, the
infinite variety of our products and
the diversity of our interests, think
that we may well afford an exposition
in some section of our country at least
once a year. In no other way can
the people of one part of the land be
come acquainted with the progress,
peculiarities and necessities of the oth
er; So at least think tne good citizens
of Charleston and South Carolina, and
they have proved their faith by mighty
works. Relying absolutely upon their
own resources, without the federal aid
so freely granted to other communi
ties no whit more deserving, they
have created the most complete, sym
metrical and beautiful show that our
country has yet known, saving only
the World’s Fair at Chicago. It marks
an epoch for our sister state and her
beautiful seaport city, and Its good ef
fects will be felt throughout the whole
south. It presents to the world, as
nothing else could, the characteris
tics which are destined to set our sec
tion of the Union in the most con
spicuous position in the great indus
trial procession 01 this Twentieth cen
In Full Bloom of Its Beauty.
The Expositon is now complete and
in the full bloom of its beauty. The
location could not be improved upon
for all the natural accessories of land
and water. Just within the city lim
its, upon the eastern bank of the Ash
ley river, where hoary live oaks sway
their knotty boughs In the gentle
ocean breezes, a gently sloping plain
has been adorned by the best efforts
of the landscape gardener and the archi
tect. Beautiful flowers, swaying palms,
soft green grass, gleaming statuary,
splashing fountains and varicolored
electric lights combine with the har
monious delicately tinted colors of the
stately buildings, to make a picture
ever pleasing and never to be forgot
The buildings themselves display a
modern adaptation of old Spanish
architecture and on every hand may be
found suggestions of old Madrid, Sev
ille and Barcelona. The central fea
ture, the Court of Palaces, contains 1,-
650,000 square feet of floor space.
Built In horseshoe shape about the
lovely Sunken Garden, with its lake
bridges and fountains, this Court is an
audacious and singularly successful
conception of the architect. The Pal
aces are thfee in number —the Cotton
Palace, the largest of the three; the
Palace of Agriculture and the Palace
of Commerce. The visitor who enters
at one end of the shoe, and traversing
the three great buildings, with their
attendant colonadee and exaedrae,
passes out at the other end, will have
walked an honest mile and have seen,
In panoramic view, the products ol
the world. A large anex to the Pal
ace of Agriculture is given ever to
such state exhibits as those of Louisl
ana, Oregon, Florida, etc. Facing the
Cotton Palace across the Sunken Gar
den stands the Auditorium, with its
Ivory walls, festooned and garlanded
with tit -td staff work. Still beyond
and to the right is the West Indiar
building, with its contents from Cube
and Porto Rico, which are giving our
Statesmen so many unquiet hours, and
still beyond is the glittering entrance
to the ever festive Midway, where tbe
lions roar, the barkers hark, the spiel
ers spiel, and night and day are as
A Lovely Prospect
Standing in the kiosk in front of tho
Auditorium, where the hand plays
these sunny afternoons, one may look
far across to the gleaming waters of
the Ashley and see through the trees
the shinging facade of the Woman’s
building, an ancient residence, but in
perfect repair, which was once the
home of the William Lowndes of Rev
olutionary fame. As the eye follows
the course of the river it rests in suc
cession upon the shining porch of the
Illinois building, the red roof over the
home of Cincinnatti. the Negro build
ing, so full of suggestion and comfort
for tho philanthropist and the states
man; the handsome house built by the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition Com
pany, and then rests with infinite sat
isfaction upon the stately facade of
the Art Palace, with its priceless con
tents; then on to the spangled dome,
the graceful columns and long white
porch of Philadelphia’s building and
the charming Hispano-Grecian archi-
. A *i**v
Palace of Commerce.
tectural gem which bears tho proud
name of New York. Beyond the wa
ters or Lake Juanita rise the walls of
the buildings devoted to Machinery
and Transportation, and where lake
and river join Is the Interesting exhib
it of the United States Fish Commis
sion, housed in a structure built for
the special display of fish, their man
ners and customs. No more delightful
and profitable hours can be spent than
those which are devoted to this build
ing, for here you see the fish at home
and follow him from egg to excellence,
so to speak. Besides all this, there
are the buildings devoted to Minerals
and Forestry, those of Alaska and
Guatemala and the noble structures
dedicated to the sovereign states of
Pennsylvania and Maryland. It is n
grand picture and one to which print
ers’ ink cannot do justice. Imagine
this Ivory City, if you can, then flood
It with golden sunshine, like the splen
dor of God’s smile, bend over it a blue
Italian sky, people it with happy men
and women, fan it with softest airs
stirred by sweet music, and you have
some idea of the joys that await you
in the Old City by the Sea.
At this Exposition no man or wom
an can feel that he or she is losing
time or money. There is so much to
Palace of Agriculture.
see, so much to be learned, that few
of us have the time to do it justice.
Here is food for the student of racial
and industrial problems. Hero is sug
gestion for the manufacturer and the
merchant, for earth, air and factory
have all contributed to its stores. For
the historian, here are priceless vol
umes, ancient documents, rare por
traits. For the antiquarian, a very
mine of relics that can be found no
where else. For the patriot here is
abundant food for pride in a land
which can produce so" much and prom
ise so much more. For the young
there is inspiration and information.
For the old, infinite satisfaction. No
man, least of all a southern man, in
Justice to himself, can afford to miss
this greatest of southern Expositions.
Habersham is an old and honored
name in the state of Georgia and one
of its claims to honor is probably but
little known to the citizens of the
state of this generation. But James
Habersham, whose picture has a con
spicuous place In the Woman’s build
ing at Charleston, introduced the cul
ture of cotton Into the state and wai
the first of the long line of toilers
that have since made Georgia so con
spicuous among her citizens for pro
gressiveness and enterprise. No true
son of the Empire State of the South
should fail to v’sit the Woman’
ing and pay his tribute to the Fathei
of his State’s chief industry.
Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of
sf and has been made under his per
, sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” aro but
Experiments that tritlo with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing - Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CINTHUA COMPANY, TT MURRAY •TRtCT, NPV YORR 'MTY.
Did You Know—
that we keep constantly LUMBER, ROUGH AND DRESSED,
CEILING, FLOORING, MANTLES, BRACKETS, MOULD
ING, SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME, BRICK, CEMENT,
PLASTER PARIS, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOW AND
DOOR FRAMES, OILS, PAINTS, GLASS and other things
of this nature. Our prices are reasonable, too. You try us.
BARNESVILLE PLANING MILLS.
‘ ‘ ~
Let us have your Orders for Mill Supplies or Shop Work,
Mallory Bros. Machinery Cos.,
Mention thin paper. MACON, GEORGIA.
GOOD HORSES AND MULES
always on hand for sale or trade. Will give bargain in
7 Second-Hand Top Buggies.
So I can get new Barnesville Buggies for Livery use, day or night
T. W. COCHRAN
- AtO(lw .fIWYY i HLLS
(To cure SICK HEADACHE,
I HABITUAL CONSTIPATION,
and all diseases arising from In
digestion. They will purify yourj
blood and make youroomplexlon }
as FAIR AS A LILY. They are,
| gelatin coated. PMCE 25 CENTS.^
DID YOU KNOW THIS?
Do you know that a neglected cough
or cold leads to consumption? More
people die from the effects of catching
•old than from any other known cause.
There is one remedy, and remember
i. only cost 5 cents, that lias proven a
ife, unfailing cure for coughs and
voids. It is called Gooch’s Mexican
Syrup. Your druggists has it or will
t f it for you. it nt sis and strengthens
.uj p> and breathing passages when
nothing else you take seems to do you
rood : you had better get a bottle to
’ • y and read the testimonials on the
Confederate Veteran’s Reunion, Dal
las, Texas, April 22-26, 1902.
Southern railway announces
very low rates to Dallas, Tex., for
the Confederate Veterans’ Reunion
Tickets will be Bold April 18th,
I.9th and 20th with final limit
May 2nd, 1902. By depositing
ticket (in person) with joint agent
at Dallas on or before April 80th,
1902, and payment of fee of 50cts
at the time of the deposits an ex
tension of the final limit to h*ave
1' not later than May 10th,
1902, may be secured.
The rates for this occasion are
the lowest rates ever enforced to
Southern Railway affords quick
est line and best service.
For information apply to near
est ticket agent or address.
J. C. Beam, Jr.,
I). P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
R. W. Hunt, D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
W. R. McGee, T. P. A.
Jas. Freeman, T. P. A.,
\\ . Tayloe, A.-sG. P. A.,
VCodol Dyspepsia Cura
Digest l *hi3t you eat*