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TOU CAN SAVE
The True Gcutlinau.
Americas Daily Times.
Kindly feeling, quick sympathies
and gentle manners, joined with
true self-respect forms the basis of
that gentlemanliness which is so
naturally admired and coveted.—
Vulgarity, which is so much dread
ed and so much misunderstood,
consists in the absence of one or all
of these qualities. It is not vulgar
to wear a coarse coat or a cheap
gown; but it is essentially so to
dress in fine cloth or costly silk at
the expense of one’s creditors or
one’s peace of mind. It is not vul
gar to make a mistake in the laws
of etiquette; but it is to sneer at
one who makes it, to ridicule ig
norance, to be rude to the aged, to
scorn honest frugality. A true gen
tleman may be either poor or rich,
but will be neither a miser nor a
squiynderer; he may slenderly or
thoroughly educated, but he will
be neither envious nor supercilious;
he may speak a privincial dialect,
but will not use slang; he may be
reserved, but will not be cunning;
he may be known or unknown to
fame, but will be neither obsequi
ous nor contemptuous.
A cigar factory is soon to be es
tablished at Athens.
An axe-handle factory is contem
plated at Carrollton.
Cedartown will shortly have a
chair, furniture and coffin factory.
A local building and loan asso
ciation has been organized in Alba-
New York Star.
Thackeray explained the preju
dice of ladies against tobacco as
being due to the superior claims of
the latter on the affections of ycuDg
men. Yet the great novelist could
not have known that in many coun
tries tobacco plays a very impor
tant part as a preliminary to court-'
ships and the closer union of the
In certain parts of Holland when
a young man thinks he has found
his affinity it is customary for him
to ask for a match to light bis ci
gar at the door of his loved ones
house. This little subterfuge is
intended to arouse the parents of
the girl to the fact that something
isin the wind. If a second call
with a similar object is made soon
after, no doubt is left of the young
man’s'inientions, and the parents
proceed to investigate the young
man’s character and antecedents,
with a view of ascertaining his
eligibility as a member of the fam
When he calls the third time,
always for a match to light his ci
gar, they are prepared to give him
an answer. If his suit is regarded
with favor he is politely requested
to step inside for the first time,
and is served with a light. If he
is not accepted he is refused a
light, and the door is shut in his
face without further ceremony.
But having prepared for this con
tingency, the downcast suitor will
m all probability light his weed
with a match from his own box,
and walk away musing on the
transitory nature of all earthly
When the accepted suitor is in
vited to enter the house he, as a
matter of course, informs the pa
rents which of their daughters has
captivated his fancy. When this
is settled the young woman steps
forward and they join hands.
While the engagement is by no
means considered a settled fact
even at this important stage, yet it
is stated as a truth that when, on
the occasion of the young man’s
third visit, his inamorata has offer
ed him a second cigar,, which he
has smoked in the house, the en
gagement has never been canceled.
A Sumter county man proposes
to exhibit the biggest hog on earth
at the Alabama State Fair. The
hog is twenty-eight months old, a
red Jersey, stands three feet nine
inches high, is nine feet six and a
half inches-long, is seven feet four
YLAN’OFACTUIiEP.S OF AND DEALERS IX
SASH. B90PS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS,
MANTELS.PAINTS, DIL, LIME.
YOU CAN BUY
Maco-Made Trunks, Valises, 1
Satchels, Hand-Bag^, \
and other leather goods in this line ofj
tho very best quality, at j
Examine our stock when in the city
J. VAN & CO.,
410 Third Street, Macon, Ga.
MACON, - G
S5,000 worth of stock has been
subscribed for an ice factory in
Subscriptions are befog solicited
in Albany for the erection of a cot
R. R. Asbury, of Dahlouega, is
organizing a stock company to de
velop gold mines.
The Dalton Brick Company has
been organized at Dalton, and will
establish a brick yard.
• Electric street railways for Ath
ens are in contemplation. John T.
Vos3 can give information.
A Hughes, of Brunswick,will or
ganize a S50,000 stock company to
erect a sash, door and blind factory.
The Americas Compress Com
pany have put in new machinery
and doubled the capacity of their
S. S. Smith, of Wahoo, has pur
chased gold mining property for a
stock company, which will proba
bly develop it.
FINDLAY IRON WORKS
C- L). FIN DLAY, Proprietor,
Give the Very Best Returns in
MEAL AND FLOUR.
Also, successor to A. B. I arquhar & Co., and K. W. Witt & Co., of the late Centra
City Iron Works.
-—Manufacturer and Dealer in
Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Shaftings, Pulleys, sugar Mills, Syrup Kettles
Horse Powers, Mill Gearing, Castings and Machinery of every description,
Steam, Gas and Water Pipe, and Fittings, Brass goods for water or steam, Steam
Gagnes, Hancock Inspirators, Belting, Babbit Metal, ete.
Work as Well as Pray.
The farmers of Georgia must not
forget the important fact that all
the ills that befall them cannot be
cured in the legislatures. It is
wall for them to take an active part
in politics. It is indeed their du
ty to do so. But they should not
lose sight of the fact that there are
other matters, too, requiring their
thought. Legislation is a good
thing, but it cannot evoke good
crops out of a soil lacking judi
cious cultivation. There are some
farmers who would rather howl
than work, and they never take in
to consideration that depressed ag
riculture will talk in vengeance
over the -farm that is permitted to
grow up in grass and poisonous
weeds where clustering corn and
waving grain should find their
rich fruition.—Americus Times.
If the alleged statement of Capt.
Tillman that “there will be blood
shed in South Carolina if the ne
groes attempt to vote the straight-
out democratic ticket,’
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Table and Pocket Cutlery, L-amps,
CHANDEUEFS, OIL STOVES,. TIN WARE, Etc.
ARTISTIC POTTERY, HOUSEKEEPERS' NOVELTIES.
Sole agents fat Gity of Macon for the Celebrated Buck’s Brilliant
Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
363 Second Street, 164 & 166 Gottoir Avenue,
PACKS UP OR DOWN.
For Kidney, Bladder, LiverT^vTv/. C.
The South is the field for profit
ulous Sores, Scrofulous Humor and all scrofulous
diseases. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Cou-
tagcous Blood Poison, Ulcerous Sores, diseases of
the Scalp, Salt Rheum, Blotches, Pustules, Pimp
les, Itch,Tetter, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Eczema,
Rheumatism, Constitutional Blood Poison, Mer
curial Rheumatism, Diseases of the Bones, Gen
eral Debility and all diseases arisingfrom impure
Blood or Hereditary Taint. Sold by retail drug-
“Weakly Females use only W. W. C.
There are only six editors in the
state who can’t set type, and they
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS
E. CROCKETT, and male your self rich and the boys happy.
/ : E. CROCKETT, Macon, «a.
A willingness to divide with his
captor lias protected more thieves
than the law has protected honest
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY,
[ and THE BALANCE next
, WHEN CROPS ARE SOLD.
Steam Engines of all makes, Boilers, Separators, and all kinds of Machinery
Our wisest thought is the one
which we always lack words to ex
press. Foolish thought finds easy
be true, the
bellicose captain should be soaked
in the river as a common scold un
til he cooled off somewlnjt. Incit
ing l iot is not a proper occupation
for one who aspires to execute the
laws. As. the accusation comes
from republican papers, however,
it should be taken with several
grains of allowance.—Savannah
Lung Troubles, Rheumatism,etc.
Frequently a person is supposed
to have consumption when it is
some other disease altogether that
is reducing his flesh and making
him look pale and thin.
J. W. Yates, Tullahoma, Tenn.,
writes: “It does me good to praise
Botanic Blood Balm. It cured me
SPOT CASH Prices.
Specially Reduced, and the
LOWEST known on stand
V. E. WALTON.
The different parts of the “SWOBD” machine made and kept in stock at manu
TIME AND FREIGHT SAVED BY ORDERING FROM ME.
Barrow and Truck Wheels especially designed for Brick Makers, constantly on
hand. All the patterns of the late “Central City Iron Works,” including the
patterns of the Earqnhar Engines, are owned and used solely by me. Corres
pond or call when you wish anything in the way of castings, machinery or re
exempt of mineral poisons, bad odors and
taste, acting on the liver, kidneys and
system, curing Headache, Rheumatism,
Bladder -and Liver troubles,
is the nonpareil of all home prescriptions.
inches around the girth,
two feet eleven inches across, the
back, and eleven inches between
the hock and ankle. His" weight is
somewhere between 1,200 and 1,-
500 pounds. The hog handles him
self very nicely, and is not consid
ered very fat.
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A- young woman of Rochester,
Ont., astonishes strangers by the
I THIS OFFER COOD for
August, September, or
I October, I8S0.
| Any Piano, any Organ, any
Style or Price.
| NO EXCEPTION.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
Gents’ Furnishings, Staple and Fancy-
BEST GRADES OF GUANO A SPECIALTY
FINDLAY’S IRON WORKS, Macon, Ga.
g@L,Send for Price Lists and tlircnlars.
Write far Circular—
wealth and luxuriance of her hair.
She is only five feet two inches
high, but her tresses are seven feet
six inches long. She says her hair
gives her no trouble, and she dosn’t
know what headache is.
IS CONSUMPTION INCUKAJBI.E!
Read the following: Air. 0. H.
Morris, Newark, Ark., says: “Was
down with Abscess of Lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
me an Incurable Consumptive.
Began taking Dr. King’s New Dis
covery for Consumption, am now
on my third bottle, and able to
oversee the work on my farm. It
is the.finest medicine ever made.”
Jessie Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: “Had it not been for Dr.
King’s New Discovery for Con
sumption I would have died of
Lung Troubles. Was given up by
doctors. Am now in best of health.
Try it. Sample bottles free at
Holtzclaw & Gilbert’s Drug store.
The idea generally current that
death, following on disease, most
frequently occurs during the early
hours of the morning, has been
proven by a recent investigation to
be erroneous, announces the Chi
cago Herald. Dr. Burns, of the
Charity Hospital, New York City,
has made observations iu some
15,000 cases, extending over twelve
years, with tha result of finding
that no particular hour or period
of the day is specially fatal.
Bucklou's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world
for Colds, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,
Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns
and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25-cents per box
For sale by Holtzclaw & Gilbert.
HIDDEN & BATES,
Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH. CA. "
Blue Grass Rye,
Finch’s Golden Wedding Rye,
S. W. Private Stock North Caro
lina Corn and Apple Brandy.
Ga. Hand-Made Peach Brandy.
The best goods for the money in
* Give me a call when in the city,
or send me your orders.
POPLAR STREET, MACON, GA.
Cotton Received, Stored and Handled at Lowest Prices.
Insurance Low. Weights Fair.!
• Corx? nsVi2a:. a; i as. , Dec. 1-. L--b.
rABTS JUtolCIXE CO.,l*aris; TYnn.';
. Please send me three dozen of \ cur Grove *r
iT^i Cltill Toilld. -1 ves Dickie >ilR thl h.t lr...
vuu last rammer. The people -wi re delurhfed *-ix.
it. Jgava y*»tfr CbilL'Ptmic tfl'idiu* chiSdr.-n wa
>’ 8 ^ hy £ nd e">«iated, h*rh.g ha.
- three weeks after beginning w!U
= W. W. STINSON. M. D.
'ICINE CO.; ST. LOUIS, MO
V <§33S5Y/ The Greatest Discovery
of the Age.
OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REMEDY
“We Price our Own Cotton ”
R. W.'BONNER, Manager.
ALLARD BARNWELL, Salesman.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY FEVER,
BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA,
' CANCER, SCROFULA, DIABETES,
MALARIAL FEVER, DIPTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In short, all forms el Organic and Functional Disease.
Tho cores effected by'this Medicine ore in
Sold only in Jugs containing One Gallon.
Price Three Dollars—a small investment
when Health and Life can be obtained.
“History of the Microbe Killer” Tree.
■ ' HOLTZCLAW; & GILBERT, Perry, Ga,
BETWEEN MACON, FORT VALLEY, PERRY AND O LUMBUS.
Schedule wept into effect August 24th, l-i'Jf). . ■
(Standard Time, 90th. Meridian.)
writes: “I was afflicted with sciat
ica and had lost the use of one arm
and one leg for nine years. I went
to Hot Springs and also tried dif
ferent doctors, but found no cure
until I tried Botanic Blood Balm.
It made me sound aud well. I am
well known in this vicinity.”
Observe when the.renowned Hot
Spring failed, B. B. B, brought re
lief. Remember, no matter what
blood remedy you have tried or in
tend to try, B. B. B. is the only
one that will give you complete
“Gathering the myTtle with Mary,”
No, but a balm for Mary, Nellie, George and all who.suffer with the
daclie, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, and all
W. W. C. is a purely vegetable compound, made out of native roots and herbs
lie South; it contains no mercury or mineral poisons, whatever.
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
HOLTZCLAW & GILBERT, Parry,J G&.fl
now scnnrui A
-- ■ ‘ y SCROFULA
CURES Wasting Diseases
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott’s Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos-
plntes and pnre Norwegian Cod
Inver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by all Druggists. ■
SCpTT & SOW HZ., Chemists, N.Y,
, . BETWEEN;TORT TALLEY AMD. PERRY.
m 'l a ' m ’ j Leave Fort Valiev At rive | 8.3J
m.i 12.20 «. m. 'Ar.fr.' »„ " t 1 „
Leave Fort Talley Arrive
To cure'Biliousness, Sick Headache, Consti
pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, taka
the sale and certain remedy,
• 9.23' “ '
9.33 a. rn.
10.40 “ ;
11.30 a. m.
Arc Eyereti’s. Arrive
Arrivo Leynolcls Arrive
Arrive. ’Butler Arrive
.Arrive ..fvoftV Arrivo
Arrive ' Howard Arrive
. Arrive' 'Bostick'- -Arrive'
Arrive Geneva -Arrive ■
Arrive Jturipor" Arrive
Arrive Box Springs Arrive
Arrive,- Upntoie Arrive
• Airive Schatrrlga Arrivt-
‘ Arrive Columbus ’ Leave
W. ?. e c^th^t^CS^&A^icMk^ r e: GCOrge E - Clark '
Mr.J.S. Garrttt, Seetyand Treat. W. IT. C. Co., Oclumiut, Ga.—VXAX Sra:—I have been a
• great sufferer from nervous, sick headache all my life, and it affords me great pleasure to say
| one bottle of your W. W. C. (Wooldridge’s 'Wonderful Cure) has gi-ren me great relief, and I
; unhesitatingly recommend its use to any- and aU who suffer from this common complaint as the
, best and quickest relief I have ever found. Yours truly,
; 7Tynnton, Ga., Ocloltr 10,1883. GEO. Ii. CLAltE. '
• W. W. C. for sale by all druggists. Manufactured by Wooldridge’s
Wonderful Care Co., Columbus, Ga.
bottle). They aub the host convenient.
Suitable lor .mVT A j^on
Price of either size, 25c. per Bottle.
For further particulars relative 'to tic
■IE, Supt. Macon
to or call upon E. M.’FTJLLER, Agent,'Perry!
1 ‘ ... E.TvG.HABLTOX.'g
At Low Prices for tlie first-class grade. We have afull line oi Shoes, with a special run on Ladies’ $2.00,
c and Men’s $2.50 Shoes, that we g uarantee. Straw and Felt Hats we are Leaders in, and if you will send us one or-J
% dor, we will save you Money. 1
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^ W. 1. CARHART & 10*. MACON. GA, 365 SECOND Street.
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