’ Milledgeville Awakes
TO HER INTERESTS!
Opens Wide Her Gates
TO ALL 11
Her people say to all, we await your Coining-
Your interest shall bo ours!
Wo have two Railroads passing our doors.
Intending to the Seaports of Brunswick, Sa
vannah, Port Royal, and Charleston.
Two Warehouses with capital and capacity
Buyers of Cotton for Export, winch insures
strict classification and the highest prices foi
Proper advances made on Cotton stored.
Your interests protected by Insurance. ^
!No Ice is colder, none is clearoi, nouo firmer,
none purer. Made of the purest and best
spring water. W e aro now supplying home
consumption and shipping by car loads to
other towns and cities. __
The only establishment of the kind ontsido
of a largo city.
Two in Number!
The “STANDARD OIL TRUST” owns,
and builds one.
Composed of tho merchants and farmers of our
city and county, own and built tho other. This
shows our capacity and energy. Is evidence of
our contidonco in die future of our city.
Placing our Banners on tho outer wall, we
proclaim to all, “our Merchants and Farmers are
united. Down with monopolies.”
ROADS AND BRIDGES
Shall bo kept in first class condition. This
means a saving to your wagons and teams, and
insures life and property.
WITH GOOD ROADS,
The public should lie glad of an opportunity to
Extending live miles from each Railroad De
pot; to Oil Mills; to Warehouses; to Ice Factory;
to Machine Shops, and to tho Asylum, Pas
sengers and freight are placed at our doors at
one-thinl the eost that other places pay for
drayage. This saving, our merchants divide
with you in tlu-ii quick sales, short profits and
Brick! Good Brick!!
-AT TH E—
()( ■once River Brick Works.
Middle Georgia College!
Has a larger number of scholars in attendance,
than any othor College in tho State. Como
and educate your sons and daughters.
“ TWO BANKS!
The Milledgeville Banking Co. 9
In successful operation for j’cars.
The Merchants' Bank,
Lately Chartered, will soon open its doors, for
business. Then money will be plentiful, and
every one in nood, having good security, can fill
their pockets at a low rate of interest.
Council Chamber, August 20, 1889
Present: His Honor, J. Staley, Mayor;
Aldermen Wilson, Bonner and Bell.
Absent: Aid. Caraker, Joseph and Trcanor
The minutes of the last meeting were read
Aid. Caraker came in and took his seat.
The following ordinance was read three
times and passed:
lie it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
o( the rity of Milledgeyille, and it is ordained
by the authority aforesaid: That on and after
the 16th day of September, 1889, there shall
be established in the city of Milledgeville
at such convenient and suitable locality as
said Mayor and Aldermen may select, a pub
lic scales for the lawful weighing ot cotton
and such other produce as may be offered
for sale in said city by the owner or pur
Be it further ordained by the authority
aforesaid, that said Mayor and Aldermen
shall appoint or select some responsible and
suitable person as the public weigher, under
the laws of this state as in such cases made
and provided, and contract with or agree
upon the fees to be paid or charged for such
weighing not exceeding the amount fixed by
the law of this state.
Be it further ordained by the authority
aforesaid, that the said Mayor and Aldermen
be and they arc hereby empowered to select
and purchase the scales necessary for the pur
His Honor appointed the following com
mittee to purchase the scales and select a
suitable location, to-wit: Aid. Wilson. Bell
The petition of J. B. Pound asking the
Council to have erected in front of his prem
ises a street lamp, he to furnish the oil and
do the lighting, etc., was read and granted.
The following account was passed and
S. Hughes, $2.10
The Clerk’s report was examined and lound
correct and on motion was approved and
On motion Council adjourned.
G. W. Caraker, Clerk.
G. W. Caraker, Clerk, in account with the
City Council of Milledgeville, receipts and
disbursements from August 6th to the 19th
1SS9. Cash. Dr'
Aug. 6. To cash on hand from
last report, $ 4-5 67
do 1.. II. Thomas, sales, 618
do \V. S. McComb, on im
pounded mule, 1 00
do lien Clark, pt st tax, 1 00
do Ben Durden, pt st tax, 1 00
do Dody Radford, do 1 00
do Moses Price, do 25
do Jos. Hogan, . p’t lot in
cemetery, 7 00
do 7 Dick Heath, pt st tax, 1 00
do Randal Jackson, st tax, 3 00
do 10 W. \V. Lumpkin, st tax, . 3 00
do Butts Davis, st tax, 3 00
do 12 Joseph Humphries, lot in
cemetery, 10 00
do 13 W. F, Floyd, 1 dog badga, 2 00
do 14 W. S. McComb, impound-
w Over a Million Distributed!
Louisiana State Letter? Company.
Incorporated by t.lte legislature In 1868, for
[educational and Charitable purposes, and Its
franchise made a part of the present state Con
stitution, in 1870, by an overwhelming popular
IlN MAMMOTH DRAWING* tnUe
place Nemi-Annunlly, (June mid De
cember,) and its G RAND MINUI.K
NllitlllKK DR AWING* tube plnre in
carll of the other trn months hf the
year, and nre nil drawn in public, at
the Academy of Mnsir, New Orleans,
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For Integrity of Its Drawings, and
Prompt Payment of Prizes,
Attested us Follows:
We dohorehy certlly that we superrlse the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi-
Annual Drawtngsof The Louisiana State Lotte
ry Company, and I11 person manage and control
the Drawings themselves,and that the same are
conducted with honesty, fairness, tmi m good
faith toward all parties, and we authorize the
Company to use ttilscertllleate, with fac-similes
of our signatures attached, in Its advertise
We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will
pay all Prizes drawn In tho Louisiana State
Lotteries which may he presented at our coun
K. M. WAI.M8LKY, Pres Louisiana Nat Ilk
PIERRE LANAUX, Pres. State Nat’] Ilk.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat'lUk.
CARL. KORN, Pres. Union National llank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At the Academy of Munlo, 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.
l riu/.K OK
1 PIUZE OK
1 PRIZE OK
2 PRIZES OK
5 PHIZES OK
25 PRIZES OK
too PRIZES OK
200 PHIZES OK
500 PHIZES OF
too Prizes ol' $500.are
100 Prizes or $300 are i
WO Prizes of $200 arc
Tbhminal Phiz is.
999 Prizos of $ioo are
999 Prizes of $100 are
50.000 is...*.. ..
ing fee on hog,
W. 8. McComb, impound-
ing fees on hogs,
P. A. Thompson, st tax,
W. S. McComb, impound-
ing fee on hogs,
IS J. A. Horne, st tax,
Robt. Graham, st tax,
H. II. Harrison, st tax,
Chirlie Hicks, st tax,
Willis Coleman, st tax,
Wm Raiford, st tax,
1). Owens, st tax,
Henry Cummings, st tax,
Wm Johnson, st tax,
I). K. Wrignt, sales,
C. L. Morris, sales,
Miss lone McComb, tax,
Allen Brantley, st tax,
Ry amount paid
T. E. White, acct passed,
Stamps and envelopes,
S. Hughes, st hand,
11. Warren, do
F. Roberts, do
G. Eaton, do
W. Lofton, do
|. Brookins, do
| 11. Vaughan, oats,
W. J. Owens, acc't salary.
sh on hand to balance,
D3 6 74
proved August 20th, \So.
\\ ILSON, Act. Chmu. Kin.
♦ ♦ ♦
jj;e \\. B. Thomas will
3,134 Prizes, amounting t# $1,054,800
Noth.—Tickets drawing Capital Trizes are not
entitled to terminal Prize*.
Kg-For Club Hates, or any further Information
desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clear
ly ntatlng your residence, with State, County,
Street and Number. More vapid return malt
uettvery will be aasnred by your enclosing an En
velope bearing your full address,
Address M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleann, L».,
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
Wanhington, D. O.
By ordinary letter, containing Money Order
Issued by all Express Companies, New York
Exchange, Draft or Postal Note.
Address Registered Letters containing Currency to
NKW will.KAN’S NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, La.
REMEMBER ttint the payment of Prizes
is QUARANTINED HY FOUR NATION
AL HANKS nf New qrleans, and the
Tickets are signed by the President of an Insti
tution, whose chartered rights are recognized In
the highest Courts; therefore, beware of all lm
ttattons nr anonymous schemes.
ONE DOLL AR Is tho price of the smallest
part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED HY US In
any Iftawlng. Anything in ottr name otrered for
less than a Dollar is a swindle.
Ang. 13. use. a it
it largo ami commodious hotel at
Tallulah Falls next year. North
ern money is going into it, and it
is to be one of the handsomest
structures in tho country.
Land for Sale.
t (j|t ACRES OF LAND, four room cot-
I “ tuge, oil Sheffield ferry road, throo-
quartorsof a mile N, W. of Milledgeville.
Terms easy. Apply to
BETIl UN E A MOORE,
Real Estate Agents.
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Navar Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to ita Youthful Color.
Prevent# Dandruff and hair falling
Aug. 2(j, 1889.
ELECTRICITY^ te* VITAL FORCE
By HENRY DU MONT, M. D.
This iii a New And Mastfrlj* Medical Trrntieo, and indtapenenble to every YOUNG, MIDDLE-
AGED* und OLD MAN "’ho is Buffering from Weakness, languor, Lobs of Memory’, Boshfulnenfl,
Depression of Spirit*, Liver Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases dependent upon
Aoaident, Kxoomc*, Polly, Vice, lgnorauoe, Nervous Debility, Vital Exhaustion, and
THE ERRORS ofYOUTHandMANHOOD
Bound in lonther, full pllt. Price, only one dollar, by mall, sealed in plain wrapper, postpaid,
CONFIDENTIAL. Address Hhkhy Dr Mont, M. D., No. 381 Columbus Avenue, or P. O. Box
3462, Poston, Maws. Prefatory Lecture with numerous testimonials from hi«h sources, freo to all.
This is tho only ELECTRO-MEDICO PH YSIOLOC Y ever published, and is absolutely complete
and jHirfect. Ills
i invaluable to all afllicted, an it reaches the very roots and vitals of disease.
For all Diseases of Men, by tho distinguished anther,
Usury Du Moxt, M. !>., who has DISCOVERED
THE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE ES
SENCE OF MANHOOD, may bo consulted in
HtricWst confidence,in person or by fetter,at his Ulertro-
Mcdicu Itiflrmary,No, 381 Columbus Av., Bos ton, Mass.
“I HEARD A VOICE, IT SAID, "ICOME AND SEE.” 1
Aug. 27, 1889.
CASH BEFORE DELIVERY
(Uaygooil & Caraker’s old stand,)
Dress steels (Non-Corrosive) per
A splendid second hand horse-
3 lbs Finest Box Starch ‘20c
Rubber Hair Pins lc
10 lbs Grits 25c
Mosquito nets 30c
The 5c goods of other stores
at 3c and 4c.
The lQc goods of other stores
at 7 and Sc.
New crops Turnip A Euta Baga
seed. per lb. 30c.
4 year old vinegar for Pickling 30c
Sailor collars 3 for. ..25c
100 Hair Pins, 3c
12 Boxes (800) matches,...... 6c
12 Boxes (2400) matches,.... 24c
12 Boxes (6000) matches, ... ,50c
3 Bags Table Salt, 10c
Hand saws (cast steel) 40c
Key hole saws 15c
Memorandum books ..... 3 to 8c
Kid Gloves,-. 45c
Lamp chimneys, Large <fc small 5c
Burners, Large & Small.. 8 & 10c
Ladies Fine shoes, (must , o)
“ White dress goods, (must go)
’Large lot men’s Hats, (must go)
2 pkg’s Envelopes, 5e
Note & letter papers, quire 2^, 5, 6,
8, & 9c,
Ladies collars <fc cuffs 8c
1 Dofe cakes Toilet soap 28c
1 “ Pearl Dress buttons 4c & 5c
4 papers needles 5c
Scarfs, latest styles 15c to 45c
12 Rubber Tipped poncils 10c
400 yds Thread 5c
Pens per gross 40c
Boys pocket Knives. , 5c
Dippers 4, 5 & 10c
Armour’s corn Beef, 1 lb can,. 14c
3 bx’s Mason’s No. 3 blacking,. 9c
Carter’s School Ink, 4c
Curtain, Scrim llo
Misses Fine Shoes, $1.50
Bargains in Brooms.
Knitting Needlos lc
Crochet Needles, .. 1, 3, 5 and 8c.
10 inch Mill Saw Files 12c.
Official Envelopes, 10c
Best Green Coffee, 5 lbs.,. .$1.00
Extract of Lemon, 5c
Extract of Vanilla, .5c
Turkey Red Damask, pr. yd, 30c,
35c and 40c.
White Damask, (Satin finish) 75c
Cigars, per box, 65c.
Whalbonine, per doz., 6c, 8c, 15c.
Corsots, 28, 45 and 50c.
Best 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 lb. 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
Slate and Pencil, . .. 5c
Poncils, Shite 4 A lc
Spectacles 8c. to 15c
Handkerchiefs.. . .3, S, 8, 15, 30c
.Pins, American, 2 papers for 5c
Pins, English, 5c
Pins, safety, per doz 3c.
A now No. 9, Wheeler & Wil
son Sewing Machine, at Factory
W. H. BASS,
August 27, 1889.
MILITARY AND AGRICULTURAL
Vf umbor of Professors ami Teachers 12.
;\ Number of Pupils Last Session 438.
Doors open to both sexes. The course o! In
struction includes alt usual brandies. Sdentldc
Classical anti Literary; also Music, Book-Keepi
tug, AC. Strict Military Discipline prevails.
Barracks for Cadets is now being thoroughly re.
paired anti furnished anew. Board reasonable.
Klevcntli Session begins Sept. 4th. 1881) For
Catalogues, apply to
J. N. MOOKK,
, , .... Secretary Board of Trustees
July 23d, 1880, 3 f t
Mrs. Drake’s residence on North
Wayne street is tor sale, at a bargain,
apply to Bkthcnb & Moore.
LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES
WBOLK.ALK AS” In,, Dsy
Aijl)LPH N insFPH* ' V , ayno street.
wayne street. lu o.
' v ; te bASS. No, 21) Hancock street.
Drugs, Chemicals, Books
JOHN M. CLARK’S DRUG STORE.
A ptti D ’ Manager.
iTF f no .,°f tetitfs and Chemicals
tin . t atoi)tellies, etc., on hand. A fml
lino of school books and statfonorv Pri
hours. 0 " 8 carefully w,, npounded y 'at P aii
Carriage and Wa;on Shop.
M. A. COLLINS, Proprietor.
EHICLEb of all kinds neatly and bus
stantiaily repaired at lowest prices^
Shop confer of Hancock and Wilkinson
streets, near Bland’s Livory Stable, ^
M. H. BLAND * CO.,
CALE, FEED AND LIVERY HTABLFs
warn 0 now ? CCU PY tee McComb stables oil
V ilklnson street. All our carriages, bug-
gtes, etc., recently painted and repaired
in thfs sect r ion UtS aIKt UDC ' st blooUed st °ck
C. H. WRIGHT & SON
(Oldest Grocery House in the city.)
I?I^H and Choice F’nmily Grocerie
times VnyS n St ° ro at prlcos to suit th
* Watches and Jewelry,
JOSEPH MILLER, No. 15 8. Wayne st.
Dw£ ln Watches, Clocks, Jewelrj
Itu^. Hnfft i re ’ teassware, Crockery, Cut
Gaft'y^ De<:taC eH ' etc ' work a spe
A. F. SKINNER & CO„
D EALERS IN DRY GOODS, Glassware
Crockery, Tinware and General Mer-
cuandizo, No. 4 S. Wayne street.
BOTTLE SODA WATER,
Sarsaparilla, Lemon Soda. Ginger
Ale a Specialty.
Orders from adjoining towns solicited.
7 ly Milledgeville, Aug. 21, 1888.
There are ma.iy accidents and diseases
which affect stock and cause serious in
convenience and loss to the farmer In his
work, which rnay be quickly remedied by
tho use of Dr. J. H. McLean,s Volcanic OH
CORNS. WARTS AND BUNIONS,
R*moAed quickly and surely by using. Abi
bott’s East Indian Corn Paint.
Wantkd—150 or 200 acres of good
farming land near the city for which
the cash will be paid.
Apply to Bkthunb & Moors.
Milledgeville and Asylum
Lummy Line Railroad.
Th* following Schedule will 'go late ef
fect at 7 o'clock a. m., standard tin*,
Monday, July 29th, 1889:
Leave for Georgia R. R 4.45 am
Leave for Asylum 8.00 a m
Leave Asylum for city 8.20 am
Leave for Georgia R. R 8.50 a m
Leave for Central R. R 9.15 a m
Leave for Asylum 9.40 a m
Leave Asylum for city 10.00am
Leave for Asylum 12.20 p m
Leave Asylum for city 12.40 p m
Leave for Central R. R 2.00 p a
Leave for Asylum....?. 2.40 p m
Leave Asylum for cltv 3.09 n m
Leave for Georgia K. R 3.50 p m
Leave for Asylum 4.30 pm
Leave Asylum for city 4.50pm
Leave for Asylum 5.40 p m
Leave Asylum for city 6.20 p m
Leave for Georgia It. R 9.25 p m
Leave for Asylum 10.05 pm
.Leave Asylum for city 10.25 pm
Leave for Georgia K. It 4.45 am
Leave for Asylum 8.00 a m
Leave Asylum for city 8.20 a m
Leave for Georgia It. R 8.80 am
Leave for Asylum 9 40 am
Leave Asylum for city 10.15 am
Leave for Asylum 12,30 pm
Leave Asylum for city 12.45 pm
Leave for Georgia R. It 3.50 p m
Leave for Asylum .4.30 p m
Leave Asylum for city 4.50 pm
Leave for Asylum 5.40 pm
Leave Asylum for city 0.20 p m
Leave for Georgia R. It 9.25 pm
Leave for Asylum 10.05 pm
Loave Asylum for city 10.25 pm
All trains from city, start fnom Mil-
ledgevillo Hotel corner.
Our track is in good order and we aro run
ning schedules for the comfort and safety
of passengers. Ladies and children will
be looked after carefully.
Trip tickets can bo bought at the Dum
my Line Office at reduced rates. Excur
sion parties, Sunday Scltool and Picnic
parties will bo given special rates and
special trips If desired.
We aro prepared to handle all freights
promptly. By order of
W. W. Lumpkin, Presd't. & Supt.
Piano For Sale Cheap.
I DESIRE to sell an excellent Plano qul
as good as new. Will sell it for half it
really worth and upon easy terms. If yc
need a Piano, you will never again get sue
an opportunity as this. It may be seen t
the residence of Mrs. Fielding Lewis, bi
I alono will price it and make terms. Ai
Ply to Dk. W.U. BELLAMY,
Milledgeville, Ga„ May 7,1889. 44 tf
Bucklcn s Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and ail Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
FOR SALE BY E. A. BAYNE.
Sept. 18, 1888. 11 ly.
For Rent.—The residence recent:
ly occupied by Mrs. J. L. White. Ap
ply to c. W. Ennis.
April 29th, 1889. 42 tf
Needing a tonic, or children that want building
up, should take
BROWN’S IRON BITTERS. <
It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indige*-
tion, and Biliousness. All dealers keep It.
March 26th 1889