THE BANNER-WATCHMAN, ATHB.NS, G A., AUGUST a 4l 1886.
WHY THEY MABB1KD.
We recently tent nut pott.il cards
to I he married men of a tmall I own
in Smith Florida, says the Jackson
ville Herald, with the inqi iry, -, why
did you ma-rj ?” We g ve a tew ol
That's what I've been trying for
eleven years to find out. P.”
- “Married to get even with her
mother, but never have. W.”
“Hecause I am too lazy to work.
“Because Sarah t ol n:c that five
other young men h proposed
her. T.'rjf B.”
"The old man thought eight years
courtin’ was almost long enough
“I was lonesome and melancholy,
and wanted somebody to make me
ffcfe- N - a - Sh “ makes me n v o ry
' ^ ..... . D -
peer baknc powder t o. OgaMtseJrJa
ST PERFECT MADE
“1 was tired of buying ice cream
and candies and going to theatres
and church, and wanted a rest
Have saved money." J. C.”
“Please don’t stir me up. J.”
“Because I thought she was one
among a thousand; now I some
times think she is a thousand among
“I think it was because I was
cross-eyed; now I am afilicted with
two peirs oi cross-eyes daily.
“Because I did not have the expe
rieoce I have now. G.
That’s the same fool quei-tion
that my ft lends and. neighbors ask
me. C. P.”
, , , —-- „ . . i “Because I had more money than
A P A pi; , tS. #,xr00tt0 lUge ln « ce,lent Ikncw what to do with. Now
j. ». Williford, r, e. a. | have more to do than I have money.
I front; uj on Baxter Street,27U feet from Mi lied (te I
Avenue. F ir Price, location, &c., I know of no
better. Apply to. 1
, J. 8. WILLIFORD. R. E. A.
— - ■■■ - . '»*Rtp! M eoek I
ro»tn exrellm garden for vegetables and flower*
Everythin? n • w and til g.tod order.
Apply to J. 8. WILLIFORD, R. E. A.
A four room voltage, good ginlen,
amt ivi-ll wuiiSr; convenient to txisiness
J. T. C'OMEIt.
Two four ro-im uott'igM and onu threi.
room cottage. all In exc Tent order, ani :
convenient loca 1 Ion, Apply to.
“I wanted a companion ot the op-
| posite sex. P. S.—Sne is stilt op-
“Don’t mention it. F.“
“Had difficulty unlocking the
loor at night and wanted somebody
to let me in. A."
“I was embarrassed and gave my
A Fina-R HU Dittoes OllDCOliee Stre l| Tcould takeThe tMndfit^Yhenjame
igned to a check. Scrooos.”
“Because it is just my luck.
“I did not intend to go to do it.
“I yearned for company. We
now have it all the time. Karl.”
Have exhausted all the figures
m tne arithmetic to figure out an
answc Jtoyour question.. Between
nultipiication and division in the
OJii Oardiu and Water.
MRS. T. A. A DA M3
mu • mine, IbolUr
working do not fell to u mis tl*. i he un i—wlgn-d,
whe* hM for rate •!’ kir.U of Engine* and
JVooH *w«l ■«••« Wo Itiig ffflnchiuery,
boili A'eumnd Sec milk; «J. mi |»r ct* tj.at Bimpii
defy competition, Lei us ki*w yonr want* tod
price* will be a sued It you warn t*» *ei m-. .... ,,
KSftwSSrT ,|K0 ofa, '^ m ' ! ’ do “' ,u family and distraction in addition,
j v. Belton,«
Li .£K .iffilU .1
hut line iintiluc(it\
TeriAnfe v or >ao*nt
, U.» !».».. U. I'U klTsct
t* uri.'lr t. iU Hi I loti
I palatable o h* '*»*c.
• au be rvuef upon locun-
tut] li tur * uy fc««lMl
not by ouuuH'f. “ *|
| the answer is hard to arrive at
“I ma.ried to gat the best wife
| in the wi rid. Simon.”-
Bvcsirse I aske I her if she’d
I havenio. She said she would,
think she’s gut me. M. V. W.”
_ _m t k« viol ut |<urg.< I
ves »o'lrs. Ivl-#, «r alto
urelilHn M» ieketi>en
says up* «hto j_*l ystit j
awn .sreucce-i* 11 r*-p*r>«ib
wlrfclt liu I
DYSPEPSIA. * If y-4r*
Id iig ilniiiyLt* rt rytshn
PAINLESS tit WII!!li|Pi=I^S
U.<fafBVK4 \T )V.’E Oaw'nfitnet »nd
ev. *n i to.v bur*. t|944 NO PAIN. Th> hW i it! i rxusre
DICKEY 1 ANDERSON, Proprietors.
“Use Saves Springs Mast.) URISUIL, TEN . |
J.F. SMITH A CO.,
•Mnnfirtiren mj |D Free*., >T. iOUlf, -ft
MlTC IKL LS STATION,
CULPEPPER CO v VA. 5
Dr. F. S. HALL, (UitivertiuyoV Va.) Pnncipi\
1 it •» h-slikycoun
lt>. 1) rut up li | ir) visili n y ol'geor budl
p«-f. T rma Pirnine m mm* •* 30 lieglu
• 8EI*|. 1 1*4. Write for OMMM
A POSITIVE CURB TOR
I r DotsOne to two tcsapoonfols.
nnlneCsAsOscsAsn Malts In smu
psckAKe* st JO snd SAcls. >u r«n-
m SslU sold in bulk.
reb Oreherd Water
A prominent Alabams physician Aid
,‘A patient who was almost dying from
the etfects of Tertiary Ryphit'.fsnnd whe
had been treated by sevres noted pbys'
eisns without benefit, used a dozen bol
ties of B. B. B. snd was entirely cured.
He had ulcers on his arms, snd the bones
heotru Id through * he flesh snd skin
trp elbow, snd death seemed inevitable.
Cb«*rtrpl Help li a. Baud.
“I’m a.'raidl shall have to be taken
to a hospital or to the poorlionse. I’ve
been sick so Isug that my husband, good
and patient as he Is, can’t stand the
[Worryand expense much longer.”No,
you won’t dear wife and mother, Bee
what Parker’s Tonto wilt do for you
Plenty of womeu as badly off as yo
are, have been rescued almost from the
graVe by It. It will build you up, curing
alt ailments of the stomach, liver and
k’dneys, and is simple, pleasant and
A BAD VlX.
Thousands of men and women alt oyer
our couutry are silently miserabr, while
the outside world think you have no
cause to grieve, ltut, ahl We pronounco
no auatliemas againt any other remey,
but we as ert that one single bottle of li
I). I), will do more in the cure of any cass
of blood poisn thsn twelve bottles of
soy other. Our book is free and it tells
the talo. Address.
BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
Aa amouth awash stands pre-eminent
No other such preparation eq >als it in.
beauty of color, in effectiveness in heal
ing the mucoiismembraro of the mouth
and throat, in thoroughness in cloansing
orin antisepticqualitles.Give itairial. Its
use becomes agreeable’and resolves itself
into a neoossUy. If you have a soro mouth
or soro gums Delectalavo will heal them
If *>ou wish to savo your teeth Delcc-
talavo will aid you and Impair its fragra
nco to your breath. Thoro can bo no doubt
of it’s value te you when i ts uso is indorsed
by such eminent men os Rov. Andrew A.
Lipscomb,D. D.; A. W. Calhoun, M. D.
the eminent Oculist; the lato Dr John M
Johnson, and twenty of the leading
BtlOKLEN'S arnica salve.
The Best Halve in the World for Cuts
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Balt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hinds
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tlons, and positively cures Piles, or n
pay required. It is guaranteed toglv
mrfect satisfaction, or money refunded
’rice 25 cents per box For sale by
Lone A Co.—tf.
As Enterprising, RellaMt House.
A. B. Long can nlwais bo relied upon
hot only to carry in stcck the beat of
everything, but to secure the Agency
for such articles as have well-known
merit, and are popular with thepeopte.
Thereby attaining the’reputation of
being always enterprising, and ever re
liable. Having aecured. the agency tbr
OAPITAL PRIZE S1flD,000.
“We do hereby oertlfy that we su-
C'viw! the arrangements for all the
Vlonthly and Quarterly drawing-* of the
’.oulslanaState lottery o»mpauy, and lu
•er-ou manage and colt rol the Draw
ings themselves, and that the same are
condnctoa with Honesty, fairnraa anu iu
rood faith toward all patties, and we ■ u
thorize theCompauy to use this cer.'fl
c te, with fac similes o our signatures
a-tached, in Its advertisements.’’
the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovci
fur Consumption, will sell it on a posl
live guarantee. It will aurely cure aiiy
and every affection of the throat, lungs,
andchest,andtoshow our confidence,
we invite you to uall and gel a Triu
We HareTrled It,
“And would have It if the cost was
ten times whatic is,” says many ladles
who nave used The Mother's friend be
fore conflnemeiit. Write The Bradfleld
Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for full par
The quickest timv on record! Neural
gia of me worst tvpe, cured by one dose
ofSHINl'S BILE BEANS in from oho
to four hours, ns many who have tried
It can test Ify. It does seem strange thut
sensible peuple will suffer with this
terrible ilisc»*c wheu speedy relief can
surely lie found in this simple safe and
iucxpensiv remedy. 25 Cents. For sale by
alldruggistsanddcaleraln medlcide, or
sent anywhere on receipt of- price In
Great excitement has been caused in
vicinity of Paris, Tex, by the remar
kable recovery of Mr. J.K. Corley, who
was so helpless he could not turn in bed,
or raise hti head; everybody said he was
dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery was sent him,
Finding relief, he bought a large bottle,
x of Dr., King's New Life Pills;
.he tinie he had taken two boxes of
P Us and two bottles of the Discovery, he
was well and ha'd gained in flesh thirty-i
pounds. “ -
Trial Unities of this Groat Discovery
for Consumption free at Long & Co.
w. W. K.-ed, druggist ol Winchester
India., writes: ''thin of.tuy custom era
Mrs. Louisa Pike, Barton ia, Randolph
Go., Ind , waa a long sufferer with Cod'
sumption, and was given up to die by
her p lylM'lans, She heard ol Dr. Kings
New Dhcovery fot Consumption, and
began buying it of me. In six months
time she w.dked to this city, a distance
of six miles, and ia now so much im
proved site lisa quit using It. She feel
he owes Iter life to it.’, Free trial bot
let at Long's Drug Store.
Bow many women there are of whom
JR ■ these words are true: “They feei
lM ttnrosjtilr ciorsrtsit «nln Its I angutd and tiled, hardly able to bear
- •?.! I heir weight on tlieir feel, the bloom all
Si'S none from their cheek., jrnUable and
rslwd la all Miu •( Uu world, it oMioiai I cross without nioamug to be, nerves at
•msoco ol hrCOu. Uufaloe.Iroo sod Callsars. upset, worried with the children, I'rette
vblckare dU*ol?eil to par* g«ouiu« 8p«nUii Ia I ...... , . ..
perlM Crows gkerry." ,, “ 1 " “ - * — “ **—
U Cllf.t IS ml* ■( lh.Bor.lsp.nl,
dir Lstlllt illll'Al Koysl Pruwi.
Uiriftai'ti. »f.,| tiinliir or tac Legion
over little thing', a burden to them
reives, and jti will, no scute disease
W ha a pity it is. Bui s tew hoills a a
Parker’s Toulc will drive all this away
and relieve tlie troubles familiar to tbs
Wkat Cass'Bs Daas.
iTRSfeco'a M..PW* un*",,.
uusesdu ts, be« susapariUs lu ISr Islo*lned. IlilnnJrod. of hopeless cares
raw. _ lot Kidney and Uver CniupHut have
| been cured he Electric Biltera, after
everything elee bad been tried in vain.
So. dom’t Difnk there ts no cure tbr you,
bssia ocoRgg coci.ty- I but try idee trie Bitten. Then te no
— — naio,
Dyipepilc, BUlioua, Ifmlartoua or *01
wo** kid at/* B*w*r*o( ImIUI'oiu.
Her HkjMlj'M nirtrUe VmwU*, til/ccrtar
# • •/
Used by ker fUy*J 8(|kiM Ik* Priire** *
WmIw* aud ike aobliltf. For ibodkla, CbntpU*
on. Kr«|iU4ui t C*tpt*i*f, Koiifkaw. O
l DEPOT 99 Mu Hint'
linlwira Lvea r^'i r‘*T‘ilnl*1r*l>—. **4 twui | cure D .aisepsu* Dsabataa aol aU Disease
ddwSadaMatM. SWI wui oareD.eiiepsutDialMaaao*! all Dtaaaaa
rirfgi?. ^e~lo< th « Inraiaable In affection
unjua tsJlmS *’ **** *** *“ cUI I of Stomach and Liver, and overcome
iJSkwv »g. th a as da a — ‘
An Old Clttssa Speakr.
Mr. J. M. ,Norris, an old resident of
Rome, Ga, says that he had been badly
troubled with Kidney Complaint for a
great many years snd .vyitli Eczema for
three years; at tinses could scarcely walk
and had tried many remedies without
benafi'd, until he began taking Electric
Bitters snd anointing his hands and feet
with llucklen’s Arnica Salve. This treat
ment afforded bln, great relief and ho
strongly rocommendeda Electric Bitten
to all wtso auffer with Kidney Complaints,
or steed a Blood Purifier. Sold by
A. B. Long. ''
combination poaalble of tho essential
principles of tbow vafietabls dbratina
which act powerfully and directly on
Use stomach, liver, kidneys and blood.
But there neither Is, nor will he, any
successful imitation of It. It la all the
time curing those who lutddespaired of
ever getting well. For yourself, your
wife and oh ildren.
Ma ny.person 1 g starving with a ful
ble before them. Appetite rone! Am
tion gone! Life a burden!! What isi
he matter? The Liver has ceased to do>
s proper work. Tbs life channels are
clogged. Poisonous fluids are thrown
back into the blood, which should be
thrown ouL SMITH’S BILK BEANS
will suiely stimulate the liver to do its
work well, snd headache, sal'owness and
had breath will five away Price, 25 cents
per bottle. All draggistg.
RUE I FIR!! Fill!!
~ ATLOS A ODX .mam Visa Saste-
We the ndersisned banks and bankers
will pay all Prizes diawn in the Louis-
State Lotteries which may be presented
.it our counters.
HOULE 3B Y f Pres. Louisiana National Hank
W K1LMKKT H« Pres. Mate National flank
BALDWIN,Pr es. New Orleans National Hank
I OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana, State Lottery Co
Incorporated In 1868 for 26 J**n by tho Leg la!
,jre for Educational and Charitable purpoaea-
wltha capital of •1,000,000—to which a zaaonre
(and of orer 8659,000 dm alnce been added.
By an QTerwhelmln* popular TOte ita tranchlia
waa made a part of tho preaent State Comtltution
adopted DeepnUier 2d. A. Ds. 1879.
lu Grand aiaglr Number Drawing!
Ill take place monthly. It never Mala or poet
Look at the followin< dUtriDutloh:
106 Grand Iffwnthly
_ . - AMD THE
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawings
In tne Academy el Music, hew Orleans,
Tuesday, September 14,1886.
Under the personal auporrlslon and management
Gen, G. T. Beauregard, ol
n. Jubal A. Early of Vir-
Ci oi p rize 150,000
rsftjrl T kets are Ten Dolars on
Halves $5; Fifths %l\ Tenths If.
list op PRIZES.
I CAPITAL PRIZE OF $150,000 ... *160,00t
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 50,000 .. 50 000
1GR INK PRIZE OF 20,000 ^ 20.000
2 LARUE PRIZES OF 10,0J0 ... 20,000
4 LARGE PRIZES OP 5,000... 20,000
20PRIZES OF 1,000 ... W/100
» •• 600.... 86,OCO
I « BOOrere. 80,00
I Plixes Of 200 ... 40,00
- : ■ * f SIS
Approiim,uon.prlwsoi«»0 .. Wj
•• •• i-i IU Sis
ppllcatlon for ratM to 11 sba suould 6" mad
r to tls, 0O0. of Us. compter ta New Orleanr.
furlhor intormtlloa wrlM clctrlv slvLut
"POSTAL NOTH *,
sir to I
ill D sd°
Vorkcxcbtnco In o&Us!rr»letts ’
New Orleans, La,
Saya an Eminent Phyrlclan,
“Have newt for twenty years Use prep
aration known a IlradtieM's Female
Regulator. It fa the best combination
known for female diseases. For tmrl|
culars writo Tho Bradfleld Rcgulato-
Co„ Atlanta, On.
Piles are > - equentiy precoJed I
senae of w«i it In the back, loins and
lower pnrto tho abdomen; causing the
patient t<> suppose lie lias some affection
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
Attln.es, symptoms of indigestion a e
present, flatulency, uucasifsess of the
etomacli, etc. A moists re like porsp - -a-
tlon, producing n a very disagreeable
tcls i ng, alter getting warm, as n com iiioii
attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching
I'slesyieid at ouco to the application of
Dr. Bosarko’s L’lfo Remoily, which acts
directly upon the parts aflocted, absorb
ng the Tumors,, allaying the intense
telling, and effecting a permanent pure
I’rce 50 cent. Address The Dr. B >s«a»k
MedicineCo., .Piqua, O. 8old' by'KS
l ydosn'nd Hup 1 * A Arnold. , * (
The Xotlser’s Friend. - '
Not only shortens labor and lessens
pain, but It greatly diminidie*lio daiiger
to life of both mother a id child II used
a few months Isefore confinement sWrife
to The Bradfleld Regnlartor Co., Alauta.
i jo ib.unrot
MCanjfa^siiiitf.C'iiiuit, Piaut, ha ilaff
A WEBB, LumpklQSL,4th«a*,Ga
J. N. SMITH & CO.
MILLERS AND DEALERS IN
Steam and Water Ground Meal,
Grain, Hav and Feed.
Horsford’s - Bread Preparation
THE BEST BAKING POWDER IN THE WORLD
Is mode by Prof. Hereford's process, the only process that p-odores a baking
powder of any nutritive value,
ntritloiis and atrengf j.flvi ’g irisnaphates reqillral by tls
han nay otho.-.iivdi-.
It fa recommended by , m’*ieiit plsytlclnns.
It eontalns no cronm tnrtnr, ulum, or any :o'u’tori-tion wlmlev r.
Put up in bottles. Every bo'.tio wariraMs-t,
For sale by all dealers.
Cook Book Free. Rnm'ord Chmulcnl Werks, Provlilen ic
a 18361 !■ I SWIFTS SPECIFIC. I
Ez’r. of I<oU U* Lag win, decaaaed;-
in Ocoufo HuptrlorCourt—Aniwerof Del’t. 'J. B,
McKae fa the nature of a cros* hill, July Ur iu.
ISai, of Oconee Superior Court.—It apr
the court that the dafeadaut, Jacob H
Executor ef Lott M, Lee win deceaaed, ha* fllmt
hi* auseer ia the nature of * cron bill in thr
above Mated case, and prayed that the followioi
named paitlee, who raaide out of the aUte o
Georgia, be made partle* defendant to the aald
original bill. lo>wU' Martha llo**, of the 8Ut« of
MliuUalppl. Oarolioe Crldcn of the StaU. of Huuth
CaroKaa, John Godfrey «od William Godfrey of
tbe State of Alabama, bauuel Godfrey of the
Htate of California and Asa L. W. Veal, O. C.
Wood, Tillerro M. Wood, and Mails** Crabb of
the Ktate of Texas.
It la ordered by the court that the above named
parties be wade parties defendant to said bill,
and that service or said bill and answer la the
nature of a cross bill ho perfected on said parties
by the publication of this order once a week for
wo month* la the Banner- Watchman, a news
paper published in Athena, Georgia, before July
. _ ■pp^i >HESEI2fcttbl^BK9n~‘ k
n-i > »•' ♦ - ‘* 7 V „ , eounty. this 84th day of May 1848.
lliereis Loihiryin tbe hoe ot male B. %-TH|M8UEB,
ate R. 8
lie late, o
MetL executrix of Mrs Rebecca B
of aaid county, decoacad, has applied
to me in terms of the law tot letters of dismission
from taU executorship. Theee are therefor* to
cite and adnacalah all cooer-ned to show eauac
at the regular term of tbe court of Ordinary of
•aid oouuty to he held on the flint Monday In
Rovemb-r next why said discharge should net be
granted. Gives uador my hand and offllclal sig*
aUaeetoA.nal slgnawir ateAoe This 2nd ’day
AafnstU9I, ' * “ ‘
LAKKE SHERIFF SALK.-Will be sold ba
1 the t'eun House door In Atbeti*, Clarkeeoua
ty, Garetris, within the legal hours of sale on th
F188T TUKSlmY in KEPrKMbFK. IWri, the foU
lewlbg property, te-vlt: All that metor parcel-
of land In aa>d eouaty of riarta, befinin* at Ueo.
M. Booth’s corner, beyond Ferdinand ntialxy’s
oa the Athene and Jeflersoa road. Thence along
meanders of said road te corner of fence at thr
Bermuda grata Aeld, thence «. E. with the taooe
to a stake near Gm viayanl of Allen K. Jonnaou
thence to big pAm aeay said Johnson's gin bouse,
trance down tls? meandau ef leucc to stake cor
er, t hence te beginning Corner, oa Athens and
War son hoed. Oootalaiugaboat aevaMy-flve
acres oaoereer less. Said land lensd on aa the
property of Allen K. Jehnfen, te aatiefy two
Exectiters ^ ”» Clarke Hope lor Court tn rarer of
Emily Jof i BIS vs. Allen K. Jobusea. Said, land
will hi cohafd >jaot tea mortgage on the tamo la
tsvor of Jwaswu <k Vlaoeat. ta* grow lag aroe on
uald land te be reterved. Pivpaly pointed out
ydgfffti t antlufl. fa. JThl* Any 7ih^WA
f|UD fDINir08Hm|Hfk« T09M
0 snap* ihapatnaseedtngersjptohlifl-hbrth.
float fredL Ai*<e ’H>uea«e« of Men n hrara
only. Dr. 8T AIN BACK. VlU0N,ZttaMa,6a.
A BEHEST NOT EOS A EAT, BET BOB
tar HALT A 0EHTEBT -’fej
BEUEVMG SETFEEIN0 HEHANITTI
AN INTCRCSTINQ TREATISE ON BLOOD AND BRIN DIBEABEB BENI
Ff EC TO ALL APPLICANT*. IT SHOULD BE READ BV EVERYBODY.
ADDRESS THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
V;-■ ; CRCAB
MOST PERFECT MADE
The Cream of Tartar used In DR. FRICTTS CREAM
BAKING POWDER is the purest In the world. The
crystals are from the finest Grapes, imported direct from
the vineyards of France.
Washington, D. O., April 28, 1885.
I have analyzed the Oreatn of Tartar rued in Dr. Price’s
Baking Powder, and find if of the highest degree of purity.
PtTCft COLLIES. CUtf CAtmitf hr Ik• UnittS Metes Doetrtmmtot kfritaHm.
The following, Heads of the Great Universities and
Pnblio Food Analysts, find Dr. Price’s the ‘purest and
strongest Free from Ammonia, free from Lime, free from
Alum, and recommend its use in every family.
Pmonz doubting the tmthfulnass of thla can write any of the Chemists named I
Prot. a OGDEN DO REMUS, O.LI.D. BaUeros Medical Ooilesa, New York,
l’ruf. IL C. WHITE, State Chemist, Univsreity udnla, Athens, Ga.
l*roL R. C. KEDZIE, Late Prestdent State Board of Health. I csslnf Mfah.
“ - MjcffiEEFERAMhrtlealChemite,StEoqfaMa
LARLKSJi. DVrlOHTj AneJytiraTcheiatet, t W. Va.
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