THE BARNESVILLE GAZETTE.
VOL. 32 SUBSCRIPTION SI.OO
WE HAVE MOVED,
ROUSS RACKET STORE
TO SMITH BUILDING, J
Cor. Main & Forsyth Streets,
. Barnesville, Ga.,
Jt Where we will be glad to welcome all
our old and new customers, and
with a larger building, bigger stock and
Better Prices we hope to serve you better
than in the past j*
The trading public have kindly pronounced the “Racket
store' 1 the most popular place in Barnesville, it will ba more
attractive m the days to come. Being tae
sentative of i
Charles Broadway Rouis,
New York gives us advantages no other merchant ca| have-
We have a man in Mew York twelve months in the year.
#Wl#ill quote you peerless prices in next issue.
Thankful for the past, hopeful for the future. *
J. R. DEfIVOURS. Prop.
. X rORSTTH, Qrt. X
REV, A. A. MARSHALL, D. D„ President.
! Courses in Literature, Science, Art and Music. IndustrJ-|
1 Department gives free instruetkm in various industrial ar
! and domestic sciences. Business course prepares girls
! commercial and business positions. Full Normal course for W
teachers Advantages in Music, Art and Elocution unsur
passed. Board at actual cost. This school is owned by the
Georgia Baptist Convention, and is run for the public good,
and not for mere private gain. Its aim is to bring the ad
vantages of hie-her education within the reach of all.
COST OF BOARD, FUEL. LIGHTS AND FULL LITERARY TUITION
WLLL NOT EXCEED 5125. FOR WHOLE SCHOLASTIC YEAR.
Solendid new Dormitory with all modern improvements. Write
for Catalogue to REV. A. A. MARSHALL, Forsyth, Ga.
Meeting Of the Woman’* Club.
Time— Wednesday, August 30 th,
4 p. m.
' T*sper—What to Read.
Paper—How to Read.
Paper—Mother and Child in the
These papers will be presented by
ladies and discussion will
dp open to tlie club. Every meroocr
jWged present and all -other
ladies of the win cordially invited, f
Mr. William H. Rogers, who has
been sick at his home on Holmes
street for the past week, is up and at
business again. He had a light case
' of fever and his friends are glad of his
BuCKLEN’S ARNICA SALVE.
r.y*• ' - *V'j' v - ’ A:J ' * -v- •
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tette*, r Chappedf Hand*
Chilblains Corns, and aU Skin Erup
tion*, and positively’ cures Piles, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price *5 cents per box for
sale by W. A. Wright.
♦BARNESVILLE, GA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1899.
fill TERM RNHOUHOEMEHT.
fall term of Gordon Institute will begin on Monday
;S<?[?Rth. The following changes will be made: In the in
fen§|&iate department, MisS Milner having resigned, her
pla|eMill be taken by Miss Turner, and Miss Turner’s place
Mc.Xullough. Mrs Rogers will remain at the head
of th|s%unary Miss Stewart will have charge
department of the public school. Mr. Swatts
TOlJsbmlmie as instructor of the Cadet Band and Mrs. Not
jjn|hfm will be. at the head of the Music department. Miss
as instructress in Elocution and head
of the jßpficaT Culture class.
'Mlluition for the fall term will be $550 in the Primary
and fflfermediate classes and $6.00 for Collegiate classes.
This advance in tuition was absolutely necessary to
kfeep out of debt but it is yet much lower than
any scmapl offe like character in the state. The people of
w|o have never yet failed, are confidently called
on 'W® agalflr to the support of the Institute bv sending
promptly on the first day.
. B\®rdfer of the board of trustees.
B. M. Turner,
JIU W. Stafford secretary * President.
M. Pound states that the outlook for the
A great many applications for catalogues
in fact more than have ever been received
beta*; dEvery week there are from twenty five to fifty let
ters rlMvpd by President Pound, asking for catalogues or
othej-WoifhaHon and this is considered exceedingly encour
aging. V lt is higly probable that the opening of the fall term
will be finest Gordon Institute ever had. Let every cit
izen staid by President Pound and the school in all its inter
est. 7 ' . ■
Old Oil Hill Burns
Lastl Saturday morning about i x
o’clock re alarm was given and
immediateljNlhe old oil mill was seen
to be in almost** solid blaze. The
fire company responded promptly,
but the bejßt4hat could be done was
to save thdfWrounding buildings.
The old jppase was several times
on fire out it .was put out. The
Georgia Bader wear Mill, which was
right at got so hot that the
glass brokljphtie windows, but no
other Was done. The under
wear min large hose and
kept a big stflm playing on the fire
all the tirne^JHnuh was quite effec
tive, and the’■Bompanies had two
streams on The building was
old and lgry djjHffd it burned rapid
ly. It of Dr. M. A.
Clark of MaiMjiSnd contained con
siderable macHvy, but it was not in
use. It is that there
was any it was a heavy
ler and A. J.
York City last
heir two “Big'
firm will wake
ph always at
may look out
and to date mer
r store is one
intry, and it is
in. They are
;y never fail to
of the public
bases are to be
? firm like The
o any city.
The Conference of
the CongregatSp.Methodist church
will convene ®Jfilrer on Thursday,
September ythfcf 10:30 a. m. No
#bubt there wWfamany people in
attendance fromfkc surrounding com
munity asidefrljphe delegates present
from diftyerft raKtyns of the state.
FOR OVjIIFTV YEARS
Mrs. WiysijMps Soothing Syrup
has been .Rteedj||over fifty years by
millions of%ioq|e® for their children
while teething. Ah perfect success.
It soothes du:M!||Mta|>ftens the gtims,
allays aWpain, T*KW|iml colic and is
will relievd, flSlfJktle sufferers
ever/ pm oTthetworWat *5 cent* a
bottle. Be surk ask for Mrs
i no other \ ,
Marriage at Xebnlon.
Beautifully engraved invitations
bearing the following have been re
ceived by friends In Barnesville:
“Mrs. IViley M. Redding requests
the honour of your presence at the
marriage of her daughter Trumie, to
Mr. Hartford L. Green, on Tuesday
evening, September filth, at 8 o’clock,
at Baptist Church, Zebulon, Ga. n
Mr. Green and Miss Redding are
well known in Barnesville, where they
have frequently visited and this an-
nouncement is received with great
interest., Miss Redding is a most
! lovely young lady, whose genuine
worth is most appreciated by those
who best know her. Mr. Green is
an excellent young man, with a future
of promise before hirtx and Turn Ga
zette joins with a host of friends
here and throughout this section who
will extend' warmest congratulations
to both these young people.
Hakes weak women strong
'j me great \
E. A. STEPHENS,
BARNESVILLE, - GA.
■ ATTENTION LADIES !1!®
!-f .*;i.l Hare Jit tatted:
THe Best Manulacturers;
An Elegant Line ot Hankerchief Extracts,
TOILET ARTICLES, PERMADEs
AND ■ 's4
Thfe Ladies are cordially invited to call
and examine this
Sweet Bouquet of Rare Flowers.
Yours to*serve day or night.
JNO. H.BLACKBURN, Druggist.
•T" ■!." ■■■' ■ U.-U-L-.'JBISLSI"
JM nriTr r, rn branch stores.,,,'
• M. Dil I L CL l)U. J- tl. BATE Sc GO, Marrletta.G*
BATE JEWEIRY GO, flnnlsto n, ft
BarncsvlllGi G3* * muncy *
When you want DIAMONDS,,
When you want WATCHES,
When'you want JEWELRY & WATCH-ES [REPAIRED
When you want MEDALS, CLASS PINS,
When you want a BICYCLE,
When you want SUNDRIES, **
When yon want ANYTHING in the JEvVELRY LINE,
Sec us before buying. X X X
star OLD GOLD AND JiOTIGHT
Buy your spectacles ana eye glasses from
us so if they need any changing afterward
we are right here to do it. See the Point?
J. H- BATE-, & OCX.
nIF w 7 T ] mm* 1
On the way to
All Ladies' Misses’ and Children’s
Slippers at Cost!
All these goods are new and new styles, but don’t intend
to carry them over, have only a few pair of a kind.
All summer piece goods in Organdies, Lawns Muslins,
Dimities, Piques, and Percales AT COST.
All Summer Uunderwear, Ladies' and Men’s AT GOST.
In fact I don’t intend to carrv over goods.
***P. S. Don’t fail to call for a key to the
money box with evec>‘s 1.00 purchase.