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’ t 0 ptf 0t9 a •nnd Class.
K»« first Wednesday in Januarv
election day for county officers
T y one turn out and help swell
The.loi r>e hill *fciii8 to fare as badly
la MaiRr.'vs, as tbe branch college.* in
Assistant Secretary of the Interior
Bussey has rendered a decision upon
Vue pension case of a man who, after
•erving in the confederate army, after¬
wards enlisted in the union army. In
affect he rules that previous service In
the coaUiderate army does not enter
into the .question of a pension. He is
ers exactly tbe same foo'ing as all oth¬
er union soldiers.
8c far, but littie general legislation
!•** been enacted by the<!eorgia legis¬
lature. The Assembly has been flood¬
ed with local acts, and until a change
and r: j?dy is applied for local leg is
latino, long sessions will be the rule
and not the exception.
Oar law makers should apply them
aelves to find a remedy for this grow¬
ing evil and relieve the tax payers o!
Georgia oi ;he grievous burdon of sup¬
porting long continued sessions aris¬
ing from the enactment of purely local
and private laws. The clause in the
constitution making biennial sesaions
should be annulled, so as to give an¬
nual sessions of 40 days each. The
present method of holding a' regular
session of about 40 days and an ad¬
journed term the next year, of unlimis
ted duration, is a farce upon the con¬
stitution, and likely to bring that
document into disrepute. Annual ses¬
sions of forty days limit and a fixed
salary of $200 per session, we believe
will give general satisfaction, provided
some way can be found to remedy the
existing lay as to local legislature.
We hope the present legislature will
take some siep to remedy the evils
A THIRD PARTY.
The attempt of certain sections to
organize a third psrty out of the Alli¬
ance at Ocala Fla.J we are satiffled will
prove a failure, at least so 4ar as the
South is concerned. The movement
springs from members of the alliance
from those section* of the country
that are dyed in the wool of repUbli -
cans, and which does not relish the
idea of jumping at once into the dem¬
ocratic told. If the prophecy of Pres¬
ident Livingston proves correct that
“the Democratic party will adopt the
alliance platform in 1892” then ali
necessity for such a mivem ent on the
part'cl oar Western brethren will have
been removed, and democracy vrili
sweep to victory in the triumph of
A SERMON ON TERRACES.
We are informed that Mr. Mack
Harmon sold his fine farm of over 200
ceres, to C. S. Hollinshead, at $15 per
acre. Mr. Harmom and Mr. Cabe
Ramsey were the leaders in this most
important of all reforms, in this coun¬
ty and as a consequence their planta¬
tions witu each year are rapidly im¬
proving in productiveness and money
value. Let the lagards in this great¬
est of all reform movements make a
not' of this, and remember that the
reforming it in every mans own
A WORTHY OBJECT.
We learn that Mr. John Glaze, an
infirm octoguerian, is living by him
self back ot tbe Baptist church, in the
house occupied by Mr. Knox, in very
Wtiile open handed and kind heart¬
ed men and women are ready to con¬
tribute money and devise means for
the elevation of the heathen, we ought
to see to it, that a Christian man and
brother, at our own door, is not allow¬
ed at iiies8unset,to suffer from want or
Lise L’* Sheriff* Bale.
Will be sold on tbe first Tuesday in
1891, before the court house
door in Linoolntoa, Lincoln county,
between the lawful hours of sale the
following property;— One hundred
and thirty-five acres of. land in said
county, adjoining lands of Grace
Bentley, Lizzie Groves .and .others,
llso forty acres of land in said county
being part of the old} Mosely tract,
levied oi. as the property of C. E.
Ramsey to satisfy a fifa isaued from
the superior court of said county in
favor of John M. Wilkes against R. R.
Ramsey and C. E. Rrmsey security
on re plevy bond. Also levied said fi
fa oil two mare mules as the property
R. It. Ramsey to satisfy the same.
Written notice of first levy served on
C. E. Ramsey.
R. T. Ccu-ARS,
Dec. 2nd 1S00L , §fcfcrin. --
Georgia, Lincoln County;
To ali whom it may concern :
I. N. Zellars, guardiau of Wilson S.
Bale, applies to me for letters of dis¬
mission from said guardianship, and I
will pass upon his application on the
first Monday in January 1891, at my
office in Liucolnton said county.
Given under my hand and official
signature this 1st ’day of December
1890. T. H. Remsex, Ordinary.
$1,000 THROWN AWAY.
In 1898 a cancer developed on my
lower lip. I went under treatment at
once, and from time to time since that
have had medical aid in New Orleans,
Boston and New York, with no benefit
at all. It has progressed right along
and now involves my jaw-bone and
cheek. One thousand dollars would
not cover the loss sustained through
the medical and surgical aid I have
received. I have certainly tried every¬
thing and was benefited by nothing
until I took S 8 S. It has done me
more good than all else put together,
and 1 believe I will soon be sound and
well. Swift’s Specific is certainly a
great boon to humanity.
D. D. Ware, P. 0. Box 1922,
Keene, N. H.
DISGUSTED WITH A DOCTOR.
I contracted a severe case of blood
poison in 1883, and my -physicians
put me under mercurial treatment lor
3 months without doing me any good,
in fact I was gradually growing woise.
I then consulted another physician,
who tried me with potash and sarsa
parilla, but with ho better result. I
then became disgusted with doctors
and their remedies, and commenced
taking Swift's Specific (S S S.) After
taking seven bottles I was entirely cur¬
ed and I have not had any symtoms
of a return since. I have recommend¬
ed S S S to others who have used it
with the same good results.
J. C. Nace,
Hobbyville, Green County, Ind.
A. J. ADKINS, Proprietot.
Less than one day oOe each for bed
and meals. Nice clean comfortable
811 Ellis Street,
A. UGUSTA, GA.
Please come forward and
We Need The
You can find us a great deal easier
than we can find you.
Groves & Mitchell.
LEGAL AG VERTISEMEXTS.
\ I GEORGIA,
\ Lincoln Coanty.
Whereas John Sims and G.
Sims, Executors of Leonard
represent to the Court in their peri
tion duly filed ansentered on
that they have fully ad minis* ered Le¬
onard Sims’ estahft This is therefore
to cite all persoiV concerned, heir
and creditors, to s t row cause if any
they can, why said executors should
not be discharged from their
tration and receive letters of
sion on the 1st Monday i Q
1891. T. H. Remsex, Ord’y.
McEAiREE’S VviNE OrCARDUl lor Wt»k
Citatiou for Letters ol Dismission
Whereas W. E. Parks, Executor of
John Parks, represents to the
Court ia his petition duly filed and
entered on record that he has fully
administered Jno. W. Parks’estate.
This is therefore to cite ill persons
concerned, heirs and creditors, to show
cause, is any they can, why said execu¬
tor should not be discharged from his
administration, and receive letters
dismission on the first Monday in Feb
uary 1891. T. H. Rkmskx,
Nov 7 3 mo.
McElr»«’« WiNE OF CAKDtil for taatl.diMMg.
CITATIOU For new road.
State of Grobsia,)
Lincoln County. J
Whereas certain petitionsers have
made their application to this Court
praying an order granting the estab¬
lishment of a new road, commencing
at or near the residence of A. N. and
O. P. Glase and running to Goshen
and following the preeent neighbor¬
hood road, and whereas commissioners
appointed for that purpose, have re¬
viewed and marked out said contem¬
plated road and reported to me that
said road will be one of much public
utility and convenience. Now this is
to cite and admonish all persons, that
on and after the first Monday in De¬
cember 1890, said new road will be
granted, if no good cause is shown to
Given under my hand and seal this
3rd day of November 1890.
T. II. Remsex, Ordinary.
McElret’a Wine of Cardut
and THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT are
for sale by the following merchants in
Murray, Groves &Co., Lincolnton.
N. R. Bussey Double Branches,
I. N. Zellars Goshen
C. L. Groves it Co, Leveret.
Citation for Letters of Dismission,
Lincoln Court of Ordinary,
September Term 1890:
Whereas B. F. Barksdale Adminis
tratov of James W. Barksdale, repre¬
sents to the Court in Tub petition, du
ly filed and entered on record, that In
lias fully administered James vV
Bark dale’s estate. This ia therefnri
to cite all persons concerned to shot*
cause if any they can, why said ad
ministrator should not be discharged
from bis administration, and receivi
letters of dismission on the first Mon
day in December 1890.
I T. Ordinary H. Remsen,
BLACK-BRAUOHT tea cure* CociUpation
You are in a Bad Fix.
But we will cure you if you will pa.'
us, Men who are weak, nervous and
debilitated, suffering from nervous de
biiity, seminal weakness, and all tht
effects of early evil habits, or later in
discretions, which lead to prematun
decay, consumption or insanity
should send for and read the “Book o'
Life,” giving particulars of a homi
cure. Sent (sealed) free, by address¬
ing Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash
vilie Tenn. They guarantee a cure or
no pay.— The Sunday Morning.
Try BLACK-J )R A HT tea for Dygpeptia.
Citation for Letters of Dismission
Georgia, Lincoln County.
To all it may concern.
James R. Parker, administrator of
James N. Mercier’s Estate, applies to
me for letters of dismission and I will
pass upon his application on the first
Monday in Febuary 1891.
T. H. Rem-en, Ordinary.
V'j v- OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women.
gyM Subscribe for your county paper
SHE A' CAV Af.UGH.
MACHINERY - AGENTS
No.101 Jackson St. Opposite Colton Exchange
O. M. Stone, Salesman.
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments. Commission 50c, Storage 25
E. R. SCHNEIDER
IMPORTER, WHOLESALE DEALER IN }
- Mistral Waters, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
601 and 802 BROAD STREET
Anhenaer-Busch Agent Ui To ban* Venve-cKqnot Vine Brewing Company Association. P(n?»rdia i ram ci.
Stewart Phinizy. Jacob Phixjzy. James tobin.
PHINIZY & (0.
AUGUSTA 88 sa 18
lam now icceivirg my Fall and
I Will also heej>*a nice lint of
Will be glad to La»e a:y friends and the public generally, to call and see
EMMA E. TANKERSLEY
I. f. LEVI & CO.
mmm vaiiqh iiw mmmmm
Unequalcd in the South. The most complete stock ever shown—for
the Largest Men, for the Smallest Men, for the Thiaest men. Every style
Busine s Suits -and- Dress Suits
The largest stock of CHILDRENS SUITS ever seen South. Velvet
Suits, Ki!t Suits and Jersey Suits.
fiflrilATS of every quality. 2’he largest stock of Childrens HATS
in the State.
I. C. LEVY.& C 0 .a!SIY =3
L. a. R. Reab,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER
Agent for Moore & Siimott’s -
- Gibson Whiskies,
AUGUSTA, ■k GA
Mulherin, IP Sx • A Co. &
Your Last Ciiamce
When you have looked for bargains
Everywhere and Cannot Find Them, Don’t be Discouraged, but turn
Your Steps For
BOOTS SHOES and HATS
toward the Stores that are Always Supplied with the beat goods at the
Lowest Prices. Any one in Augusta will direct you where to find
MULHERIN RICE & CO.
913 BROAD STREET, Sign of the Large Red Boot; Branch Store fou
doom above Augusta Hotel.
FRED B. POPE MAR L:FLEMING
Fope & Fleming
Cotton Factors - Augusta Georgia
Run Three Warehouses. Have Room to Store Cot¬
ton and MONEY - TO - ADVANCE ON IT.
Navssa Acid Phosphate, Navaaza, Cotton Fertiber,
AUGUSTA high gra de guano[
******P and F AMMONIATED FERTILIZER *%***
WHEN in WASHINGTON -V
Dont fail to inspect the grand and va¬ v
ried »uj. k just received at 1 I.xi.iday 4 * *
Bros, from New York and other East m
ern markets. We are ahead of all on
SHOES W T e make and a specialty CLOTHING of those two c,#
lines. Come Come one m c° # <p;
all m ss 4 m
If you want. s. nice
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✓ for the Association we can suit you in
* * Fit, Style, Quality and shove all, in
Price. We solicit the patronage ol
Likca-lh County. No trouble to show
goods whether you buy or Dot.
Our Prices Are the Lowest I !
To convince any one doubting we guarantf# our prices, “quality eoasid
ered,” as being tbe lowest in the state. $2 45 an elegant library Lamp, hand
painted shade and fount, cheap at $5. $3.75 a lamp with latest dscor*
tions, large sise burner; will suit the most fastidious. $5 lamp, hand painted
shade and fount, largo burner cut glass prisms. This elegant lamp is as
handsome as any $12 lamp in the market. “A thing of beauty.”
Bligb’s Crystal Palace.
New Goods arriving daily, and all offered at lowest living Prices.
Dinner Sets Every Style and Quality, $G, $9, $10, $12, $17, $>$
......THREE STORIES OVERFLOWING* • * •
BLTO-H:3 809 BROAD ST> AUGUST!. GA
£0"*Mail orders psomptiy attended to.
The Biggest Furniture
Store In The State
21 000 Square Feet!
WDOKISQ SEPTEMBER WE WILL MOTE TO 710 TORO AD RTPTET OLD STA^D
OP PLATT BI109., AUGUSTA, GA. COME AND HELP US iiOVI AND WI bllth
MAKE IT I*AX TOU.
FLEMMING & BOWLES, Lf at ers
ALL OUR GOODS
Largest and Best Assorted Stock in tins Section,
Road Carts, Wagons
. - j Ajj Ik
Carriage and Wagon Material
SHOE FINDINGS, BELTING
Our Prices are Low,
MERY 1 MYlSOil I CO 844 GO BROAD AUGUSTA OO CO oo St., - oo 6a o