1 at* ..
■Editorial Glimpses and Clippings.
The sanitary condition ol Griflin is
said to be alarmingly bad.
Agents arc already in the field in
Oglethorpe county contracting to
take cotton seed at 25 cents a bushel.
Nono but official persons think of
calling Secretary Rusk, secretary. He
is "Uncle Jerry” to man and boy at
Washington, as well as in Wisconsin.
They are now talking of bridging
Bhering straits. What for? To freeze
a fellow to death while crossing the
Col. W. 8. Shepherd left for Atlanta
yesterday, where be will remain sev-
■ al days before making a tour of tin
watering placest>f the north.—Colum
A prominent farmer Ln Athens says
that the wet weather is injuring the
cotton considerably, as it is causing
suckers to put out on the stalks from
the ground to the top limbs. This
■will butt cotton badly if it continues.
Jay Gould has gone to Saratoga for
■a few days and his son George lias
started for the Catskills with his bun
ny. On Saturday the son will fish in
some of the lakes near which his
now wealthy father peddled maps
many years ago.
Bathing at. Coney Island is increas
ing. At Manhattan beach there
were only ninety bathing houses
twelve years ago. Now there are
2.700, and they are furnished with all
the comforts that anyone couid de
Georgo W. Carter, who is now one
of the noted preachers in the south,
-was considered thirty years ago to he
without a peer in t ho southern church.
He fell from grace and spent fifteen
years in dissipation. Two years
ago he was converted, and he has
since occupied a southern pulpit.
"Gentlemen, this is Liberty hall,
feel freo to do as you please. 1 '
These are the words jocularly utter
ed by Alexander 11. Stephens one
day in welcoming a party of friends
at Crawfordville, and from this ex
pression ihe home of the ‘‘old oom-
moner 11 received its name.
Rev. Dr. Gunsaulus of Chicago,
created a sensation by walking
through tlm groves of Bay View,
.Mich,, the Western Chautauqua re
sort, with a cigar in his mouth. The
ladies of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union, holding a meeting
there, tit, once passed a resolution
prohibiting smoking on the grounds.
Mrs. Maybrick charged witli poi
soning her husband has been found
guilty of murder, and sentence may
be commuted, but only to imprison
ment for life. The judge who pro-
nonuced the sentence was hooted at
by indignant crowds
Stop your Stomaoh-ncbe promptly
by using Lamar's Diurrluoa Mixture,
and prevent serious sickness.
With a change of two word* we
adopt the following from the Waynes
boro True Citizen: The banner of
the "can't get away club” is still
hanging- on the outer walls. Every
member of (his club has picked up
the air of ‘‘Home, Sweet Home," and
sings it with a pathos and earnest
ness, which goes a long ways towards
convincing him that Milledgoville is
the land of the brave and homo of
the free, and go where he may there
;« no place like Milledgoville,
r rom the Atlanta livening Journal.
STEEL IN HER EYE.
Miss Bell Burnley is Relieved by
Warrknton, Ga., August 4. —Miss
Bell Burnley, who had u piece of steel
in her eye t wo weeks ago, and who
suffered fearfully with it, of which
the correspondents of both the Atlan
ta daillv papers gave accounts of to
Council Chambkr, »
August 7th, 1880.1
PoSTPONKD UkcIULAK Mh.KTINU.
Present, His Honor, J. Staley, May
or, Aid. Bell, Caraker, Wilson and
Absent, Ahl. Joseph and Treauor,
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and confirmed.
The Clerk reports as follows
To the Mayor and Aldermen.
Gents: 1 put up to the highest bid
der by your direction, the encroach
ment of 25 by 40 feet, west of the
Georgia Depot on the side of Jeffer
son street and the same was leased to
Mr. P. C. Posey at ten dollars per an
num, for the term of five years, with
the distinct understanding that said
encroachment was to be removed at
any time that it becomes necessary
by the lessee, after a sixty days notice
to tlie lessee.
G. W. Oarakkr, Clerk.
On motion the report was received
The following was read:
At a meeting of the Board of Trade,
30th July, 1881b On motion it was re
quested that our City Council ap
point a public Weigher, who shall be
sworn under the laws of this State to
discharge such duties in such manner
as the laws require, for such compen
sation as said Council may determine.
Extract from the minutes.
C. H. Andrkws, Suc’y. B. T.
The following was read first time:
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Milledgeville
and it is ordained by the authority
aforesaid, That from and after the
day of September, 1889, the May
or and Aldermen of this city will ap
point a public weigher or weighers,
to weigh all cotton sold inside this
city—said weigher or weighers to
charge such fees as the law in such
The uyeB and nays being called for,
on the above ordinance, thoso voting
aye, Aid. Wilson, Caraker and Bon
ner. No, Aid. Bell.
The petition of Messrs. Yates, Lu-
gaud, Thompson and others, in re
gard to the opening of Wilkinson
street, was laid on the table for the
The Sexton's report for the three
months ending June DO, 1889: 25 inter
ments inthecity cemetery—8 white fe
males and I! white males—9 colored fe
males and 4 colored males. Out of
this number, 4 of the white females
were non-resident, 12 of the number
were between the ages of 4(1 and 85,
and 4 between the ages of 16 and 30
years and 9 botwoen the ages of 15
days and 1 year.
( >n motion the report was directed
placed on the Cemetery book.
There having been some complaint
as to the charges for work in the
Cemetery, on motion the matter was
laid on the table nntil the next meet
On motion, the Clerk was directed
to give notice that the books for re
ceiving the returns will close on the
The following accounts wero passed
and ordered paid:
J. Staley, $30 00
G. W. Caraker, 50 00
W. 8. MeComb 50 00
A. Dunn, 50 00
W. J. Oweus, 50 00
A. J. Wall .‘. 40 00
T. A. Caraker, 25 00
Whitfield & Allen,. 75 00
T. J. Fairfield 51 00
Ailing & Tunnel,... 10
O. H. Bonner 11 10
Jewell & MeComb,
two accounts,.. 10 94
T. E. White, 6 51
T. C. Burke 11 10
The Clerk’s report was examined
and found correct and on motion ap
proved and passed.
On motion council adjourned.
G. W. Caraker. Clerk.
Council Chamber, >
Aug. 8th, 1889.)
Present, His Hon. J. Staley, Mayor,
Aid. Caraker, Bell, Bonner, Wilson
their respective papers, one account j umi Joseph. Absent Aid. Treauor.
of which said ‘‘the young lady lias I On motion, Resolved, That the del-
lost her sight and will probably lose j egates from Baldwin County Agricul-
ber life,'' js out visiting, with a pair of j tural Club be requested to invite tlie
nice blue glasses on, and can see al- State Agricultural Convention to
most as well out of the eye that was meet in this city at their Spring ses-
so seriously injured as out of the oth- i sion, in 1890. Adopted,
tr eye. > On motion, Council adjourned.
ration of removing i G. W. CARAKER, Clerk.
om within tlie eye ! ——— ——
S through the I G. w. Caraker. Clerk, in account with the
. „ ... City Council of Millodgevulo, receipts
ii - , s “ and disbursements from July 2d t
surgery, and was 1
sou Id b.
• :-t part
de 1 :c-it
d by the
er an i brother and ladies
ton ; and, after 'st-.-ei ii
tracted, no one h.i i h
sight, and some had ft
death, as she hdd sutler
the piece of steel was in h«
ung lady’s fath-
Warr on -1
ipo of hel
it's of her
d so while
r eye. But
Dr. "Bosworth, the specialist of A-
mericus, who was called'to Miss
Burnley, had hopes of vision all the
time, "and attended Miss Burnley
closely for a week.
The persons, several ladies, who saw
•the operation, complimented Dr. Bos-
wortb highly as displaying skill and
Mrs. C. IV. Cason, of this place, who
witnessed the removal of the piece of
steel, saved it for Miss Burnley to keep
as a relic of suffering.
Miss Burnley lives in the upperpor-
rtion of this county, asisterof Mr. Wash
Burnley, of this place, and 18 years
■ old; much admired among her friends.
She says she “can see almost as well
With the eye that was so fearfully
wounded as with tlie other.”
It appears that no ordinary wound
will destroy an eye if it lias proper
attention after the injury.
11. H. Fitzpatrick
Note.—Mr. H. II. Fitzpatrick ii
the excellent postmaster at Warreu-
We are glad Mr. Fitzpatrick advised
us of Miss Burnley's recovery of sight
in the wounded eye, as the case vraa
•referred to in our columns at the
time, and the young lady’s sight was
regarded as gone, possibly in both
eyes, as it was some time before an
■occufist could ho had, and th® eye
was in a high feverish state, endan
gering the other eye—Editor At
lanta Evening Journal.
To cash on hand from last
report, $105 95
Mrs. S. D. Wootten,
A. Martin, pt st. tax,
do Aaron Henderson, (c)
one 18x18 feet lot in
do 4. T. L. Avant, sales,
do J. M. Bayne, sales,
do Lizzie Barren, part lot iu
Cemetery, 5 00
do 6, Milledgeville Banking
Company, tax, 50 00
do J. K. Holloway, sales, 4 00
do C. W. EuniH, Mill tax, '8S, 50 00
do C. W. Funis, tax, 10 00
do C. W. Ennis, sales, 43 20
do C. W. Ennis, pt. mill
do 8, Fino in Mayor’s Court,
M. Nussbaum, sales,
J. Miller, sales,
C. E. Yasser, sales,
W. A. Walker, bal. Cicero
Wilson, Barber shop tax,
F. C. Posey, sales,
Ollie Snipes, st. tax,
do 9, F. Steele, pt st tax,
da John Phillips, pt st tax,
do Mrs. K. Carr, sales,
do 10, M. A .1. R. Hines, sules,
do Jas. Gibson, sales,
do 11, Jas. Yarbrough, sales,
do 13, Walker A Barnes, sales, 13 07
do Ailing A Tunnell; con
tractors, 10 00
do W. H. Bass, sales, 5 82
do H. L. Lamar, bal. st. tax, 2 00
do 15, Geo. Gumiu, sales, 4 75
do W. H. Armstrong, sales, 9 85
July 3, By ain’t, pd. 8. Hughes, U 00
do H. Warren, *00
do H. Warren, one well, ou
do <4. Eaton, st. hand,
do F. Roberts, st. hand,
do W. Lofton, st. hand,
do J. Brookins, st.. hand,
do 4, 8. Hughes, ac't passed,
do 5, J. Berry, st. hand,
do 0. W J Owens, in full foist, 50 00
do C. W. Ennis, C. P. Craw
ford's order bal. due,
* codifying ordinances, 50 00
do C. W. Ennis, 8heri(T, in
iu full cost in case of
Julia Hall vs. City. 22 05
do 9, A. J. Wall, in full to 1st, 40 00
do 10, T A Caraker, full to 1st, 35 00
do M. A J. R. Hines, pt ac’t, 5 85
do 12, J. Staley, in full to 1st, 50 00
do 15, W. 8. McCornb, ac’t
salary, 94 37
do G. W. Caraker, salary, 31 02
Cash on hand to balance, 57 53
Wilson^ acting Chm’n. Fin.
JOSEPH STALEY, Mayor.
Approved Aug. 7tli, 1889.
j r ...
G. W. Caraker, Clerk, in account with
file City Council of Milledgeville,
receipts and disbursements from
July 10th, to Aug. 5th, inclusive.
1889. Cash. Dr.
July 10, To Cash on hand from
last report, 57 53
do H. Adler, sales, 4 69
do Ford Lee, pt «t tax, 1 Oo
do Simon Childress, st tax, 1 00
do Robt. Rivers, pt st tax, 1 00
do 17, Miss M. Keil, sales, 5 00
do P. M. Compton A Son,
do 18, Jonnah Berry, ptst tax, 1 60
do 19, O. H. Fox, planing mill, 25 00
do 20, Fine in Mayor's Court, 5 00
do Andrew Davis, st tax, 3 00
do Calhoun Jackson, pt st
do 23, Crolf Vasser, st tax, 3 00
do T. E. White, st tax, 6 00
do T. E, White, sales, 0 84
do 20, Lizzie Purron, pt cemete
ry lot* 4 00
do Mary Foster, tax. 1 25
do 29, F. C. Posey, 1 yrs. lease
on encroachment, 10 00
do C. \V. Broughton, pt st
tax, 1 00
do A. J. Carr, Ins. tax, 89
do 31, Ben Clarke, pt. st. tax, 1 00
do Wesley Harper, st. tax, 3 00
do T L McCornb A Co, sales, 47 95
Aug. 1, Lamar Bros., ins. tax, 1 37
do T. T. Windsor, ins. tax, 1 44
do Misses Carrington, ins tax, 2 15
do J. A. Horne, sales, 9 30
do Ben Durden, pt st tar, 50
do 2, C. H. Andrews, Ins. tax, 1 12
do 3, Anthony Butler, pt st tax, 1 00
do 5, Cbriss Thomas, pt st tax, 1 00
do H. Adler, st. tax, 3 00
do John Gibson, st tax, 3 00
do Granville Moses, st. tax, 3 00
do Gus Steele, pt *t tax, 2 00
do Calhoun Jackson, bal st
do Moses Blair, st tax, 3 00
do Jas. Crittendon, st tax, 3 00
do Warren Bell, pt st tax, 1 00
do R. C. Smith, pt st tax, 75
do Iverson Phillips, pt st tax, 1 00
do M. Hines, st tax, 8 00
do J. R. Hines, st tax, 3 00
do J. A. Roberts, st tax, 3 00
do Lawrenco WeBt, st tax, 8 00
do Moses Price, pt st tax, 80
do C, W. Broughton, bal st
tax, 2 00
do Routine Dawson, st tax, 8 00
« Oa.sh Or#
July 18, By ain't paid 8. Hughes, 9 00
do H. Warren, st. hand, 8 80
do G. Eaton, st hand, 9 00
do F. Roberts, st hand, 9 00
do J. Berry, st. hand, 3 10
do W. Lofton, st baud, 9 00
do J. Brookins, st hand,' 9 00
do 20, A. O’Neal, work on pave
ment' 18 75
do 29, A. O’Neal, in full, work
on pavement, 0 40
Aug. 2, S. Hughes, 9 00
do II. Warren, 9 00
do G. Eaton, 9 00
do F. Roberts, 9 00
do W. Lofton, 9 00
do .1. Brookins, 9 00
do 5, M. A J, R. Hines, in full
ac’t passed, 10 72
do G W Caraker, ac’t salary, 42 84
do W. S. MeComb, ac’t ijal-
ry, 40 00
do A. Dunn, ac't salary, 10 00
( lasli on hand to balance, 43 07
Approved August 7th, 1889.
J. F. Wilson, acting Chm’nFin. Coin.
J. 8TALEY, Mayor.
CATARRH (The Terrible.)
It requires special Instruments to
proporly treat that dangerous disease
known as Nasal Catarrh.
If any person is interested enough
to call at the Specialist’s office at the
Hotel they can see how Catarrh is
cured. It requires costly instruments
to remove the disease completely from
the nose, throat and ears, which is
done by a specialist without pain and
yet the disease is absolutely burned
out with acids guarded by Cocain to
prevent any pain.
Idleness Is a Dnngsrrus Fault
In tho kidneys. Whea inar.tivo they speedily
fall into disrepair. Thoso obstinate nndlatal
maladies, Bright's diseaso and diabetes, ensuo
with terrihlo certainty upon the inaction of
the organs affected. Catarrh ol tho bladder,
0nar*eis, gravel and strangury are also to ho
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated by tDo Legislature In lses, for
Educational anil Charitable purposes, and its
franchise made a part of the present Slate Con
stitution, in 1870, by an overwhelming populur
Its MAVtMOTII 0H4WING8 take
pine- Memi-Annunlly, (June and l»<-
rember,) and its GRAND NINGI.B
NIHHHKR DRAWING*} take place in
rack of (be other ten months of the
yenr, and are nil drawn in public, nl
the Academy of Nfnalr, New Orleans,
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For Integrity of Its Drawings, and
Prompt Payment of Prizes,
Attested as Follows:
1 'We dulicreby certify that we supcrvlsethe
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi-
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lotte
ry Company, and ln person manage and control
the Drawings themselves, and that the same are
conducted with honesty, fairness, and in guod
faith toward all parties, and we authorize the
Company to use thlscerttflcate, with tac-simlles
of our signatures attached, in its advertise
We the undersigned Hfcnks and Bankers will
pay all Prizes drawn ln the Louisiana State
Lotteries which may be presented at our coun
K. M. WAI-MSLEY, Pres Louisiana Nat Ilk
PIKHUE LANAUX, Pres. State Nat'1 Bk.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat’lllk.
CARL KOHN, Pres. Union National Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At the Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tuesday, September 10, 1889.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dol
lars each Halves §10; Quarters
$5; Tenths $2; Twentieths $1.
list of phizes.
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 is $.‘500,000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is 100,000
1 PRIZE OF f>0,000 is 50,000
1 PRIZE OF ’ 25,000 is 25,000
2 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 20,000
5 Prizes of 5,000 are 25,000
25 PRIZES OF 1,000 arc 25,000
loo PRIZES OF 500 are 50,000
PRIZES OF 300 are 60,000
500 PRIZES OF 200 are 100,000
100 Prizes of $500 are $50,000
100 Prizes of $300 Arc | 30,000
loo Prizes of $200 are 20,000
099 Prizes of $100 are 99,900
Prir#ei of $10# are 99,900
3,134 Prises, amounting to 91,044.800
Non.—Tickets drawing Capital rrlzes are not
entitled to terminal Prtzee.
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ly stallDg your residence, with State, County,
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issued by all Express Companies, New York
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July 29 1889.
CASH BEFORE DELIVERY
(Haywood & Caraker’s old stand,)
HANCOCK STREET. *.
Dress steels (Non-Corrosive) per
Rubber Hair Pins lc
Tho 5c goods of other stores
ut 3c aud 4c.
The 10c goods of other stores
ut 7 and Sc.
Now crops Turnip A RutaBaga
seed. per 11). 30c,
4 year old vinegar for Pickling 30c
Gents Linen collars 5c
Sailor collars 3 for. ..25c
100 Hair Pins, 3c
12 Boxes (S00) snatches, 6c
12 Boxes (2400) matches,.... 24c
12 Boxos (6000) matches, ... .50c
3 Bags Table Salt, 10c
Hand saws (cast stool) 40c
Key hole saws 15c
Memorandum books 3 to 8c
Rubber and Horn Combs 6c
Kid Gloves, 45c
Misses’ Mitts,. 18c
Extension Fans, 10 <fe 14c
Lamp chimneys, Large & small 5c
Burners, Large & Small. .8 & 10c
Ladies Fine- shoes, (must j. o)
“ White dress goods, (must go)
Large lot men’s Hats, (must go)
2 pkg’s Envelopes, ,5c
Note & letter papers, quire 21,5, 6,
8, & 9c,
Ladies collars & cuffs 8c
1 Doz cakes Toilet soap 28c
1 “ Pearl Dress buttons 4c & 5c
4 papers needles 5c
Scarfs, latest stylos 15c to 45c
12 Rubber Tipped pencils 10c
400 yds Thread 5c
Pens per gross 40c
Boys pocket Knives. 5c
Dippers 4, 5 A 10c
Armour’s corn Beef, 1 lb can,. 14c
3 bx’s Mason’s No. 3 blacking,. 9c
Assorted Jellies per tumbler,..9c
Carter’s School Ink, 4c
Curtain, Scrim lie
Miasos Fine Shoos, $1.50
Bargains in Brooms.
Knitting Needles, lc
Ladies’ Gloves, 10c
Thimbles 3 C
Crochet Needles, .. 1, 3, 5 and 8c.
10 inch Mill Saw Files 12c.
Official Envelopes, 10c
Bost Green Coffee, 5 lbs.,..$1.00
Extract of Lemon, 5c
Extract of Vanilla, 5o
Turkey Ited Damask, pr. yd, 30c,
35c and 40c.
Whito Damask, (Satin finish) 75c
Cigars, per box, 65c.
Whalbonine, per doz., 6c, 8c, 15c.
Corsets, 28, 45 and 50c.
Bost Cedar Buckets, 50c.
Best Cypress Buckets, .35c.
12 cakes Laundry Soap....25c
6 lbs. Laundry Soap 25c
3 boxes Potash 25c
5 lbs. Good . Starch 25c
1 lh. Mixed Tea 45c
Machine oil per Bottle 4c
Castor oil per Bottle 5c
Paregoric per bottle 5c
2 boxes Blueing 5c
1 lb. Soda, 8c; 3 lbs 20c
Snuff per lb 40c to 55c
Hand Saw Files... .4c, 5c, & 8c
Slato and Pencil, 5c
Pencils, Slato £ & lc
Spectacles 8c to 15c
Handkerchiefs.. . .3,-5, 8, 15, 30c
Pins, American, 2 papers for 5c
Pins, English, 5c
Pins, safety, per doz 3c.
A new No. 9, Wheeler <fe Wil
son Sowing Machine, at Factory
W. H. BASS,
August 5, 1889.
Lunatic Asylum, State of Gforoia. 1
Near Milledgoville, Ga., July 2nd, 1889, f
N and after this date all persons are
notified not to trespass upon tho orch
ils, Gardens, and Lands of the Ga, Lu
Tresspassers will be prosecutod to tho
full extent of tho Law.
Iiv order of tho Hoard of Trustees.
Lit. T. O. POWELL, bupt.
It. G. HUMBER, Steward.
July 2nd, 1889. 52 lpl -
Is the greatest Chill and Fever, Dumb
Ague and Malaria cure ln tho world, orad-
icatos tho disease every time.
FOR CORNS, WARTS AND BUNIONS
use only Abbott's East Indian Corn Faint.
of milledgeville. 1
Wholesale and RKTAir'T) n 7, '-
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fluuos, Chemicals, Books'"
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as. 10 ” ““WCassava
Carriage and Wa^Tai^r
M. A. COLLINS, Proprietor^
VEHICLES of all kinds neatll^nn
V stantlally repaired at lowest n n -u7 u **'
Shop corner of Hancock
streets, near Bland’s LWerv
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KiSRar—* "“* l -ass
C. H. WRIGHT & SON
(Oldost Grocery House In the oltv)
FRESH and Choice Family Groceri*
turn* 5 ' 8 ln Store ,lt Prices to stduS
Watches and Jewelry
JOSEPH MILLER, No. 15 S. Wayne st
DEALER In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
B «™, Glassware, Crockery, Cut-
claity bDUCtaC C8 ’ 8tc ‘ Re P* ,rw °rlt aspj-
A. F. SKINNER & CO.,
(EALERS IN DRY GOODS. Glassware
. Crockery, Tinware and (General Mer
chandize. No. 4 8. Wayne street.
ronpn I «t L K E J ,0 Fy il l I ' B ,!ANK wlu hereafter
L opm at 8E oiclock, a. m., and close at2 p. m
B. T. BETHUNE, Cashier.
April loth, 1881). • ’ 414t ‘‘
BOTTLE SODA WATER,
Sarsaparilla, Lemon Soda. Ginger
Ale a Specialty.
Orders from adjoining towns solicited.
7 ly Milledgeville, Aug. 31, 1888.
There are many aooldents and diseases
which affect stock aud cause serious In
convenience and lose to the farmer In hU
work, which may be quickly remedied bv
Unimeht J Yoloaalc Oil
Milledgeville and Asylum
Dummy Line Railroad.
The following Sohedule will go Into ef
fect at 7 o’clock a. m., standard time,
Monday, July 39th, 1889:
Leave for Georgia B. R 4.45 am
Leave for Asylum 8.00 a m
Leave Asylum for city 8.30 am
Leave for Georgia R. R .8.50 a m
Leave for Central R. R 915am
Leave for Asylum 9.40 a m
Loave Asylum for olty io.00 a m
Leave Tor Asylum 13.90 p m
Leave Asylum for city 13.40 p m
Leave for Central R. R 3.00 p m
Leave for Asylum p m
Leave Asylum for cltv 3.00 pm
Leave for Georgia R. R 8.50 p m
Leave for Asylum 4.30 pm
Leave Asylum for city 4.50 pm
Leave for Asylum 5.40 p m
Leave Asylum for city 8.30 p m
Leave for Georgia R. R 9.36 p m
Leave for Asylum 10.05pm
Leave Asylum for city 10,35 pm
Leavo for Georgia R. R 4.45 a m
Leave for Asylum 8.00a m
Leavo Asylum for city 8.20 a m
Leavo for Georgia R. R 8.50 am
Leavo for Asylum 9,40 am
Leave Asylum for city io.l5am
Leave for Asylum 12,30 p m
Leave Asylum for city 12.45 pm
Leave for Georgia R. It 3.50 p m
Leave for Asylum .4.30p m
Leave Asylum for city 4.50pm
Leave for Asylum , ... 5.40pm
Leave Asylum for city 6.20 pm
Leave for Georgia R. R 9.25 pm
Leave for Asylum io.05 p m
Leave Asylum for elty 10.25 pm
All trains from city, starl from Mil
ledgeville Hotel corner.
Our track is In good order and wo are run
ning schedules lor the comfort and safety
of passengers. Ladies and children will
bo looked after carefully.
Trip tickets can be bought at the Dum
my Lino Office at reduced rates. Excur
sion parties, Sunday School and Picnic
parties will bo given special rates ana
special trips if desired.
Wo aro prepared to handle all freights
promptly. By order of
W. W. Lumpkin, Fresd’t. & Supt.
Piano For Sale Cheap.
I DESIRE to sell an excellent Plano quite
as good as new. Will sell It for half It Is
really worth and upon easy terms. If you
need a Piano, you will never again get such
an opportunity as this. It may be seen at
the residence of Mrs. Fielding Lewis, but
I alono will price It and make terms. Ap
ply to Dlt. W.C. BELLAMY,
Milledgeville, Ga., May 7, i889. 44 tf
Bncklen’s Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappeu
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 35 cents per box.
FOR SALE BY E. A. BAYNE.
Sept. 18, 1888. 11 ly- .,
Fou Rent.—-The residence recent:
ly occupied by Mrs. J. L. White. Ap-
plv to C. W. Ennis.
April 39th, 1889. 43^.
Many Persons ..
Are broken down from overwork or housen
cares Brown’s Iron Bitters
rebuilds the system, aids digestion, remove* ft
cess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine-
March 36th 1889 38 cw ly