EEKLY NEWS AND ADVERTISER.
lc XLVL—No 215
ALBANY, GA., SATURDAY. JULY 23 1892.
.00 Per Year
[util Would Have Been Welcome*
1 Hundreds of Dollars
ICutfcura. Wonderful Change
la Three Months. Completely
Cured In Six.
r.lhlliusthft <rmr, I contracted some kind of a dl*»
jMtfUHfc brought me almost to the point of death,
rt ifpi> si in mil leg were one mass of corruption
I Att tsto Wtr very flesh. Swelling and itching
I fltthS sandng most excruciating pains. The
Iteiewu awful. I had spent hundreds of dol-
[px* la futile efforts to get well, or even relief, for
i suffering so that death would have been o
ease. Rev. J. G. Ahern, who was tho
_ Blckley Circuit, urged me to procure
_ rictrau Remedies- Upon their arrival, I
r rto nsa> according to cirections, and In less
SB three months I noticed a wonderful change.
J appetite was good, roy breath was sweet, and
1 OMtlnuod to take the medicines tho good work
sad on. In six months from the tlmo
I [was completely cured. The Cmti-
fkbbiei did tbo work, and my skin became
r smooth and clear, and tbero U now not
LSUghtast appearance of the dlseaso. 1 would
/ 4m conclusion to all suffering from any kind
blood trouble, don’t be deceived, but ptrlke at
*• fountain head, and get Cuticura Remedies,
ksa if ybii have to send a thousand miles for
|\e*,^ G. C. HALE, Sellers, Ga.
wonvlLd subscribed to before me April 28,1892.
WtU&M C. Solomon, J. P. P. C.
i Mw Blood Purifier, Internally (te cleanse tho
d of .all impurities and poisonous elements and
. remove the cause), and Cuticuiu, the great
> Pare, and Ccticura Soap, an exquisite Skin
nu^Wpoxternally (to clear the skin and scalp,
l restore the hair), cure every disease and humor
f the ikin'and blood, from pimples to scrofula.
[ Seld everywhere. Price, Cctictou, &0c.; Soap,
be.; Rebolteht, $1. Prepared by tho Potter
|>»ue And Chemical Corporation, Boston.
1 nt*-' Vfovr to Cure Bkin Diseases,” 64 pages, W
( htsaaiions, and testimonials, mailed free.
Skin and Scalp purified and beautified
by Cuticura Soar. Absolutely pure.
r And palna, back ache, weak kidneys,
rheumatism, and chest pains relieved
in one minute by tlie Cuticura
. Anti-Pain Plaster. Tho first and
I nly instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
f Jijcfcseual (Cixx ils.
f S. J, Jones. S. W. Smith,
Ordinary Dougherty Co.
JONES & SMITH,
TTORNEYS AT LAW
"f W and R ea l Estatj Brokers.
£iloAey to loan on real estate securities.
£. It. JOHES,
mmm and REAL ESTATE BROKER,
< Weteii, Stocks and Bonds bought and sold,
j Obocal Agent Equitable Building and Loan
■ j I Association of Albany, Ga.
^Ijrasklagfsn, HI. - - dlkaa]r,Ga.
itej udWlor at Law,
H. J. SWEAT.
J All business dispatched with
mptness. Commercial law a spe-
,ty. Office No. 76}^ Broad, St.
W, L DAVIS, .
&j$ician ami Surgeon,
F |y Office over It. J. Lapiar * Son’s Drug
} Store* Telephone 84.
Physieiao and Surgeon,
ALBANY', - GEORGIA.
©lie. In Yeninlette Block. Telephone IS.
... H j...J EW | 5r
ce at S, Sterne’s Etore, Satisfaction
toed whore others failed.
!! * MERCHANT TAILOR.
Bread Street. - - ALBANY, GA
f I have just received my Spring
and Summer Styles in fine Broad
cloths, Casriraers, Doeskins, etc.
If you want something nice for
| a Dress or Business Suit give me a
i call. I guarantee all my work to
.1 be firstcias8 in every respect.
* Give me a chance at your work
“ and you will be pleased,
■' * D. W. PRICE
NEWS FBOK 1ISS0CRI.
CLEVELAND WILL CARRY THE
STATE BY 40,000 majority.
T be Necr.tarr •* N.tlflcatl.n
Committee Oir«*(Cbderlng New.—
11.publican, ar. t'cell.g Ver;
Washington, July IS.—Nicholas
Bell, of St. Louis, chairman of the
notification committee that will gently,
break to Mr. Cleveland the news of his
nomination, says of the situation :
“The country wants Cleveland.
No public man In modern times has
had such a hold on the esteem of the
American people. Hundreds of repub
GOING TO VOTE FOR HIM,
“They assure me of this in Missouri,
and it is so everywhere as it is in Mis
souri. He will run 10,000 votes ahead
of the local ticket, and wilt carry tlie
state by at least 40,000 majority. We
will elect our state ticket by 30,000,
but lookout for a revolution in national
politics. Wisconsin is going to elect
THE DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL TICKET.
“Illinois will do likewise and tiie
chances are that Minnesota and Iowa
will help swell the column.”
Quite different from this exhuberant
style of talk is that heard from the re
publican leaders. Iu an interview
today Julian Burrows aftei a painful
effort at optimism could only
PRONOUNCE THE SITUATION “FAIR.”
Another leader of equal prominence
talked in a regular indigo vein, but
afterwards begged the correspondent
who had questioned him not to print
bis name on what be said.
The ways and means committee
have passed a resolution fixing ad
AT TWO O'CLOCX THE TWENTY-FIFTH.
Senator Stockbridge, of Michigan,
says that unless the house agrees to
the World’s fair appropriation it shall
be made to stay here till November.
The house today passed a bill which
the senate had already passed, remov
ing the political disabilities of William
S. Walker, of Atlanta.
From Mrs. ll*wry Ward Beecbcr.
“40 Orange St., Brooklyn.N. Y.)
Feb. 11, 1890. )
“I have used Allock’s Plasters fur
some years for myself and family, and,
as far as abls, for the many sufferers
who come to us for assistance, and
have found them a genuine relief for
most of the achea and pains which
flesh is heir to. I have used Allock’s
Plasters for all kind of lameness and
acute pain, and,' by frequent expe
riments, find that they oan control
many cases not noticed in your circu
“The above Is the only testimonial
I have ever given in favor of any
plaster, and If my name has been used
to recommend any other it U without
my authority or sanction.”
Mrs. Henry Ward Bbrcber.
When beer is shipped over Kansas
railroads by the car load it is billed as
“one car of bbl empties. ”
Strength and Wealth.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
©rippe” has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts
directly on Liver, Stomach and Kid
neys, gently aiding those, organs _ to
perform their functions. If vou are
afflicted with Sick Headache, you will
find speedy and permanent relief by
taking Electric Bitters. One trial will
convince you that this is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50c. at
H. J. Lamar & Sou’s Drug Store.
Near Nitch, Servla, a building
wholly constructed of human skulls
and bones was recently discovered.
Hare Tea Bead.
How Mr-W. D. Wentz of Geneva,
N. Y., was cured of the severest form
of dyspepsia? He says everything he
ate seemed like pouring melted lead
into bis stomach. Hood’s Sarsaparilla
effected a perfect cure. Full particu
lars will be sent if you write C. I.
Hood ft Co,. Lowell, Mass.
A boy near Grand Rapids, Mich., is
raising crickets by thousands, and
sells them to anglers for bait.
Teachers, Ministers, Farmers, Me
chanics, Merchants, as well as their
wives, daughters and sons, who would
like to devote at least a part of their
time and attention to a work that
would bring them in a lot of ready
money during the next few months,
would do well to look up the adver
tisement of B. F. Johnson, & Co.,
Richmond, Va., in another column, as
it may be the means of opening up to
many new life and larger possibilities.
These gentlemen hare been exten
sively and successfully engaged in
business for many years, ana they
know what they are talking about
when they tell yon they can show you
how to better your financial condition.
In the K slab an desert, in South
Africa, the bush men are able to dis
cover water by digging in the bottom
of dried-up riyer
Marietta, Ga. , Oct 26,1891.
Deab Sirs—1 was attacked with La
Grippe and had high fever. I imme
diately put on the ’Poise and soon ar
rested' the disease and in a week’s
time was persectiy well, while others
who failed to use the ’Poise were sick
two months. I use the Eiectropoise
on my three little girls end never give
a dose of medicine. 1 have known it
to correct the acidity of the stomach,
cure colds and fever, and recommend
it heartily to all mothers.
Mrs. Mamie Clark,
Dalsov, Ga., Oct. 24, 1891.
Gentlemen—I have used the Klec-
tropoise but a short time in my family
with croup, cold, neuralgia, etc., and
am convinced that it is all you claim
for ir. By a faithful use of this little
wonder I look for the best of results.
S. E. Berry,
Of the firm of T. A. & S. E. Berry,
□ P.rd ware.
1?ev. J. li. Timmelman, of Chipley,
You may quote me as saying I have
used the Eiectropoise with very bene
ficial results and can very cheerfully
and heartily commend it.
A 40 page book, describing treat
ment and containing testimonials from
all sections, and for the cure of all
diseases, mailed free on application.
Address Atlantic ELxnrRoroisB Co.,
45 Gould Buiidtng, Atlanta, Ga.
Probable the-largest well in the
United States is the Samson, at Waco,
Tex. It is claimed to throw up 1,500,-
000 gallons of hoc water daily.
11 • iv t*getTliln.
The only safe and reliable treatment
for obesity, or (superfluous fat) is the
“Leverette” Obesity Pills, which
gradually reduce the weight and meas
urement. No injury or inconvenience
—Leaves no wrinkles—acts by absorp
This cure 13 founded upon the most
scientific principles, and has been nsed
by one of the most eminent Physicians
of Europe in his private practice “for
five years,” with the most gratifying
Mr. Henry Perkins, 29 Union Park,
Boston, writes: From the use of the
"Leverette” Obesity Pills my weight
has been reducep ten peunds In three
weeks and my general health Is very
much improved. The principles of
your treatment are fully indorsed, by
my family physician. In proof et my
gratitude I herewith give you permis
sion to use my name if you desire to
Price $2.00 per package, or three
packages lor $5,00 By registered mail.
All orders supplied direct from our
The Leyerette Specific Co., ?39
Washington St,, Boston,Mass.
Miss Oidfamily—My mother sealed
all her love letter to papa with a dia
mond. Mr. Lowman—Humph! I
ehould thing paste would have been
better for that.
RAKE no mistake.
When one wants to eradicate every
indication of malaria from their system
they are truly wiss, and make no mis
take if they will try Dr. John Bull’s
EAliTH’a TONIc iIKIIF,
For many years it has deservedly
maintained its reputation as being the
most reliable of the many
one sees advertised and sold for the
most annoying and enervating of all
malarial diseases, known as
it has a good and lasting effect and no
other remedy has ever given such sat
isfaction. Demand it of your drug
gist. Take do substitute on which «
larger profit is made. One bottle will
do you more good than six botdes of
any other remedy, and the relief is al
ways permanent. A word to the wise
is sufficient. It cures malaria.
Modest bearing is very commenda
ble in a man, but it is no recorameud-
able in a man, but it is no recommen
dation to a fruit tree.
Savannah, Ga., April 26,1889
Having used three bottles of r p p
for impure blood and generq^ weak
ness, and having derived great benefits
from the same, having gained 11
pounds in weight in four weeks, I
take great pleasure in recommending
it to all unfortunates like
Office of J N McElroy, Druggist.)
Orlando, Fla., April 20,1891. j
Mess . Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga.
Dear Sir?—I sold three bottles of
p p p large size yesterday, and one bot
tle small size today.
Tne p p p cured my wife of rheuma
tism wiater before last. It came back
on her the past winter and a half bot
tle, $) .00 size, releived her again, and
she has not had a symptom since.
1 sold a bottle of p p p to a friend of
mine, one of his turkeys, a small one
took sick, and his wife gave it a tea
spoonful, that wa$iu the evening, and
the little fellow turned over like he
was dead, but next morning was up
hollowing and well. Yours Respt,
J N McElroy.
Savannah, Ga., March 17,1891.
Mess. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga :
Dear Sirs—I have suffered from
rheumatism for a long time, and did
not find a cure until I found p p p,
which completely cured me.
Eliza F Jones,
16 Orange St,,Savannah, Ga.
' As a general liniment for sprains
and bruises or for rheumatism, lame
back, deep seated or muscular pains,
Chamberlain's Faiu Balm to unrivalled.
For sale by Hilsman & Agar Co.
■••■I m White Backskia.
Washington, July 17.—When the
Democratic nominees for president and
vice-presidents are formereiy notified
of the action of the Chicago conven
tion next Wednesday night, by the
committee appointed for that purpose,
each will receiae a substautirl remem
brance of the event: 'J his remem
brance will be a copy of tlie Demo
cratic platform, handsomely engrossed
on parchment, and bound i:> pure
white buckskin. The preparation of
these copies has been under liie supei-
vision of thy. notification committee.
Several members of the committee u r e
now iu Washington.
A well-known casein Aligner* his
been completely cured b.v tjie Klectro-
pois, and the folio wing interview :r<>ru
such a well-known,tellable and promi
nent man as PruNytuut Wm. C. Sibley,
of the Sibley Mul, must deeply im
press, if not entirely convince ail who
Mr. Sibley was perfectly willingly
to give hto testimony to the Evening-
News about the Eiectropoise. He said
he had been a great sufferer from the
sciatica for five years beiore he began
using the Eiectropoise. For two whole
years he had not been free from paiu,
and at times the sciatic pains were so
severe that he would get up out of bed
in bis sleep and awake to find himself
on the floor in great ogonv. He spent
much money at the North for special
medical treatment, and was 67 times
cauterized with a white-hot iron
on different parts of the body. The
treatment was almost as terrible as the
“Uow long ago has that been, Mr
“A year ago. And you know your
self tuy condition before time. I could
not walk to my office, or even across
tbe street. I was helpless, and had to
goinmv buggy everywhere.”
Mr. Sibley’s statement are remark
able, but there to no doubt ol tbeir
correctness, and the cures made by tbe
Eiectropoise are endorsed by all physi
cians who examine them.
A 40-page book describing treatment
and obtaining testimonials from all
sections, and for the cure of all dis
eases, tpailed free on application.
Address Atlantio Eiectropoise Co.,
45 Gould Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Capt. Alvin Hall, of Deering, Me.,
has a pair of mittens made from bis
When Baby was sick, we gave her Oestoria.
When she wag a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A man should never write a love
letter in a language that he has not
fully mastered. A German gentle
man residing in England recently
wrote to his beloved: “Dearest, the
thoughts of you are my daily, feed.”
Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland,
Ind., says: “1 tried Chamberlain’s
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
fo- diarrhoea and severe cramps, and
pains in the stomach and bowels with
the best results. Id the worst cases I
never had to give more than a third
dose to eflect a cure. Id most cases
oue dose will do. Besides it’s other
good qualities it is pleasant to take.”
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Hila-
man & Agar Co.
Sedaiia, Mo., has a citizen known as
Umbrella Bill.” He is a shady
To spread the good news, that at last a
remedy has been round which is a cer
tain sure cure for coughs, colds and
kindred diseases. Hassons Syrup of
Tar is the name of thlo medicine,
which is compounded from the best
and purest materials, and will always
give relief. If you have a. cough at
tend to it, do not let it get worse, but
buy a botttle of Hasson’s Syrup,
which is guaranteed to relieve or the
money refunded. For sale by Hils-
inau & Agar Co.
The auctioneer would- naturally
have a for-bidding look.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do you good, If you have a
Cough, Cold, or any trouble with
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King’s
New Discovery tor Consumption,
Coaghs and Colds to guarenteed to
give relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers irom La Grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our expease and learn
for yourself juat how good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at H. J. Lnmar &
Sons Drug Store. Large size 50c. and
$1.00 2-23-6 t
The greatest day’s run of an ocean
steamship'was about 515 miles.
f IleGol lli«i
“What are you wailing for?” s?.\i
one of our local lawyers the ether d:.y
to an Indian who paid him money.
“Receipt,” said the Indian. ‘■ A ic-
ceipt,” .•■aid the lawyer, “a uveip:
What do you know about a receipt ?
Can ;. o i understand tiic nature c l a
reeept? V< i! mo tho nature of one and
1 will give to you.”
“S’po—i Mia- -J in; die; I::e go to
heben; nu; :i ! - the gate locked; me
see ost:«* I’etvr; ne sic, ‘Jim, v. in t
you warn ?! Me say. ’W. .t to et it:.’
‘Ynii pav A. that money?’ ’.Vhat me
dob I hati no receipt; hub to hunt a'l
over hell ;■> find vou.”
The jptort.il!:y from what are ended
winter tlise.-o-es is not easily estimated.
( < ug.ii*. colds, bronchitis and e
throat make up fully one-h ilf t i the
death rats. More people din from. • ueu-
uicnia, which first began a- a d
cold” tiian front consumption. Hum
phreys’ Specifics Nos. 1 and 7. for 1 v- r
and inflamation, for coughs an i colds,
are sovereign, curing promptly,: vM y,
safely and effectually, and ■ iu.-- an st
ing pneumonia—as hundred* of thous
ands testify; They have luu in use
for many years, and have s. univer
sally met the expectations oft; c peo
ple that we are almost “c irrylrg :• - J '
to New Castle” to thus speak cn : i.-.-jo
TAKE BULL*! iAUiAFARILLA.
Is your blood in bad condition? Do
you feel weak ? Do you have pain ?
Do sores trouble you? Are you in
poor health and growing worse? Use
Dr. John Bull’s Sarsaparille. It will
make yon well and strong. Do not
delay, Give it a trial. Get it from
your druggist. Large bottle (192 -eat
spoonfuls) $1 60
Itch’on human and horses and all
animals cured in 30 minutes by Wool-
ford’s Sanitary Lotion. This never
fails. Hold by Hilsman ft Agar, Al
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fp-e. -rr- y
i ns res
SOLD At;2 ::: jdVkD EYSEYWHERB.1
ic, who ind been to
• ii>g society with li is
vei ry sorry for the
n.” “That’s right,
:i i to see you show
• Y-.-'m. L’d feel
7 that had to wear
:u petfple were mak-
Gen. James Shields, a veteran of tlie
Mexican and civil wars, ex-STovernor
of Oregon Territory and ex-Senator of
Illinois and Minnesota, is said to br
living in alj :et poverty on a small
farm in OhioT He is eighty-two years
Tom—“>Jack, old boy, I hear you
i are getf.i g to \y. quite a lion in
[society?” J ck (whose Rock Island
stock i> sow? ■ 1;.: eff)—“Yes, Tom;
buy I’m uofohig ‘but a lamb in Wall
street after all.”
M. D. Lane, Devereanx, Ga„ writes:
“One summer several years ago, while
railroading in Mississippi, I became
badly effected with malarial Ido ff
poison that impaired my health for
more than two years. Several cfTeo-
sive ulcers appeared on my legs, and
nothing seemed to give permanent re
lief until I took six bottles of B. B. B.,
which cured me entirely.”
Mrs. Josephine Batehen, ol' Ame-
ville, N. 0.. traveled sixteen thousand
miles and spoke three- hundred times
in one year for temperance and Sun
day-school interests. She a.'s > v. rote
leaflets and distributed thousands tf
Agents for life of Cleveland and
Stevenson—official edition. A undid
of money withiu resell. Act quick.
Outfit 25 cents—free jyith good refer
ences. E. J. Guyton*, Bstlimore, sold
50 first 5 days.
jrf- L. Harvey & Co.
30S F. Lexinglon St.,
14dlw Baltimore, Md.
“What do.you tiling of the future of
Liberia?’? asked one Congressman of
another. “I haven't given-the sub
ject much study, but it strikes me as
having a dark outlook.”
Popinjay (passing store)—“Good
gracious! WhaC. is the matter with
that man leaning over the counter in
thc-re?” Blobso'ii—-“Got a counter
feit I gr.ess.” . ’
"I a&h rstand,” said a handsome
young woman, entering a printing
office, hat you employ only girls,
and that you afe in need-of-a fore
woman.” “Yes,” replied the printer,
I “Can you make up r. torm.”
j A : era contemporary speaks-In a
[ ehattv wr.V ■: “hours with Glad-
1 stone.” would not c . ject to tak-
• ing oor/ v. ;;ii Gladstone, only we
kn.. v th G. O. M. was inclined
General Agent Wanted.
Mason to travel, appoint and train
agents for largest, strongest, cheapest
Masonic life associations. Assets
nearly $200, 000. State law complied
with. Permanent, profitable, pleasant
work. Address Fre l. H- Brown,-701
Phoenix lusuranee Building, Chicago,
111. 3-20-sun 4 t
Pigeons, as letter carriers, tradiilon
tells us, were employed at the lime
when Joshua invaded Pa’istlue, as
mediums of communication between
the headquarters and camps in lands
far off on the other side of the Jord n.
When out of order, involves every organ of
the hod}*. Remedies for some oilier derange
ment are frequent ly taoen v. ithout the least
effect, because t is the liver vrhieh is the real
source of the trouble, and until that is set
right there can be no health, strength, or
comfort in any part of the system. Mercury,
In some form, is a common specific for,, slug
gish liver; but a far safer and more effective
For loss of appetite, bilious troubles, consti
pation, indigestion, and side headache, these
Fills are unsurpassed.
“For a long time I was a sufferer from
stomach, liver, and kidney troubles, expe
riencing much difficulty in digestion, with
severe pains in the lumbar region and other
parts of the body. Having tried a variety of
remedies, including warm batlis, with only
temporary relief, about three months ago I
began tlie use of Ayer’s Fills, and my health
is so much improved that I gladly testify to
the superior merits of this medicine.” —
Mauoel Jorge Fereira. Porto, Portugal.
“For the cure of headache. Ayer’s'r .ihar-
tic Pills are the most effective medicine I
ever used.”—R. K. James, Dorchester, }Iass
“When I feel the need of a cathartic, I take .
Ayer’s Fills, and find them to be more effec
tive than any other pill I ever took.”—Mrs.
B. C. Grubb, Burwellville, Ya.
“I have found in Ayer’s Fills, an invalua
ble remedy for constipation, biliousness, and
kindred disorders, peculiar t<f miasmatic
localities. Taken in small and frequent
doses, these Fills
on.the liver, restoring its natural powers, and
aiding it in throwing off malarial poisons.**
— C. F. Alston. Quitman, Texas.
“Whenever I am troubled with' constipa
tion, or suffer from loss of appetite, Ay.-r’s
Pills set me right again.”—A. J. Kiser, Jr.-
Rock House, Va.
“ In 1858, by tlie advice of a friend, J began
the use of Ayer’s Fills as a remedy for bil
iousness, constipation, high fevers, and
1 colds. They served me 1 ‘ban anything
I had previously tried,; : i :. 1 them
in attacks of that sort t -r . — i: W.
Hersh, Judsonia, Ark.
DR. I C. AYER & CO., L Mass.
Bold by alt Druggists and Dealers id X dictne.
First Lit;!;: Girl—“We are going to
move down on Ei lU avenue and be
rich. Are you rich.! ’ Second Girl
(tlioughtfally —“V> e ain’t rich an’ we
ain’t poor. We ire jest mixed.”
Sunday-school Teacher—“ ‘By their
fruits re shall know them.’ Tommy
Traddles, you may explain what that
means.” Tommy—“It means that
you c .:*always ttfil an Italian by hto
A glacier has Uifen discovered in the
San Bernardino range, California.
Blinks—“You r.on’t mean to say
you’ve found r, snre way to make
money at the races?” Jinks—“Sure
r.s shooting. I never fail.” Blinks—
“My!iavl Do yon buy tips?” Jink*
—“N >. i sell tin n
A Wdnuifiiil Health Resort.
e y< ar round.
Hundreds of prominent citizens tes
tify to Bnwai.ec Sulphur Springs’
V()N11 ! .ltFUL CURES.
I- ring from Rheumatism,
i -:;i, Kidney or IAver
rrli. Neuralgia, Eczema,
inking or Opium Habit,
tin-,-and all Female Com*
.-.lively cured by drink,
in tiifcse health-giving
iightful. Gulf breeze
renders the mminer months cool and
plei-ant. Al.-uiutely tree from ma
j Ticket' now on ; ; e (S..F. & W, Ky.)
from Albany to Suwannee, including
! ()•>.» u-i'eU’s board, free baths, etc., for
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