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All communications for the paper, and busi
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Dr, A. J. Sanders,
Harlem. - - - -G-a.
Having practiced over a quarter of a century,
will devote myself to obstetrics and diseases of
females. My past record is a suilicient guaran
Eb. T. Williams,
Attorney at. Law
(Office over Commercial Bank.)
Will practice in all the Courts ofthe Au
wS’Claims for collection a specialty.
Stone Mountain Route.
GEORGIA RAILROAD COMPANY, )
Office Gen’l Manager. >
Avgusta, Ga., April 17th, 1886. J
Commencing Hundav, April 18th the fol
lowing passenger schedule will be operated:
Trains run by 90th meridian time - 32 minutes
slower than Augusta time.
No. 27 —West —Daily.
Leave Augusta 740 am
Arrive at Harlem 8 28 a m
Arrive at Athens 12 35 p m
Leave Athens 7 45 11 111
Arrive Atlanta. 1 00 p m
Stops at Grovetown, Harlem, Dearing,Thom
son, Norwood, Crawfordville, Union Point,
Greenesboro, Madison Rutledge, Social Circle,
Covington, Conyers, Lithonia, Stone Mountain
No. 28—East —Daily.
Leave Atlanta 2 45 p m
Arrive at Athens 7 40 p in
I, Athens 2 50 p U1
Arrive at Harlom —7 22 p m
Arrive Augusta 8 15 p in
Stops at Decatur, Stone Monntian, Lithonia,
Convers, Covington, Social Circle, Rutledge,
Madison, Greenesboro, Union Point, Craw
fordville, Norwood, Thomson, Dearing,
Harlem, and Grovetown.
No. I—West —Daily.
Lieave Augusta 10 50 a m
Arrive Harlem 1148 a m
Arrive Camak 12 35 p m
Arrive Milledgeville 4 20 pm
Arrive at Macon 6 15 p m
Arrive at Wanhington 2 20 p in
Arrive nt Athena 530 p m
Arrive at Atlanta 5 50 p in
No. 2—East— Daily.
Leave Atlanta 8 00 am
Leave Athens 0 00 a m
Leave WaHhiugton 11 20 a m
Leave Macon 710 am
Leave Milledgeville 9 19 a m
Leave Camak 1 36 p m
Leave Harlem. 2 33 p m
Arrive Augusta 3 35 p m
No. 3—West —Daily.
Leave Augusta 9 40 p m
Arrive Harlem 11 00 p m
Arrive Camak 12 13 ain
Arrive Milledgeville 4 27 a m
Arrive Macon 6 46am
Arrive Atlanta 640 am
No. 4—East —Daily.
Leave Atlanta 7 30 p m
Leave Harlem 3 33 a m
Arrive Augusta 5 00 a m
Leave Harlem 6 05am
Arrive Augusta 730 am
Leave Augusta 5 00 p in
Arrive Harlem 6 45 pm
Superb Improved Sleepers to Macon Superb
Improved Sleepers to Atlanta.
Trains Nos. 1,2, 3 aud 4 will stop if signaled
at any scheduled Flag Station. E. R. DOSEY,
J. W. GREEN, Gen’l Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt.
JOE W. WHITE,
General Traveling Passenger Agent, Augusta,
Table First Class in Every Particular.
L- E. DOOLITTLE, Proprietor-
Large and well ventilated Rooms.
Bates, $2 Per Day
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Telegraph Office and Barbershop in
Augusta Hotel, Restaurant and lunch Room,
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THE COLUMBIA SENTINEL
H’ON. S. C. LAMKIN will be supported for
. Senator from 29th Senatorial District,
subject to nominating convention.
Thu friends of Du. W. A. Martin, are au
thorized to announce him as r candidate for
Senator, from thu 29th Senatorial district.
Subject to the action oi the Democratic party
of said district. April 20th 1886 ‘
fTIHE friends of Frank D. Gray are authoriz-
1 ed to announce him as a candidate for
Clerk and Treasurer, subject to the nomina
June 17th, 1886.
Debtors and Creditors.
GEORGIA, COLUMBIA COL NTY—
is hereby given to all persons
having demands against 11. C. Evans, late
of said county, deceased, to present them to
me properly made out within the lime pre
scribed by law, so as to show their character
aud amount, and all persons indebted to said
deceased are hereby required to make imme
diate payment to me. T. B. JENKINS,
my 27 Administrator.
Georgia Columbia County—
rilhe Commissioners appointed to appraise
1 and set apart a twelve month's support jor
the widow and minor children of M.fc). Con
nell, late of said county, deceased, have filed
a schedule of thu property so set apart.
This is to cite all persons concerned, to show
cause, if they can, on or before the Bth day of
July 1886, why the report of the Commission
era should not be made the judgment of the
Court and recorded.
Witness mv official signature, this Bth June,
1886. ‘ GEORGE D. DARSEY,
Leave to Sell.
GEORGIA, COLUMBIA COUNTY—
fTIO all whom it may concern: Goo. W. Gray,
JL administrator of Jackson Maddox, deceaw
cd, has in due form applied to the undersigned
for leave to sell the lands belonging to the es
tate of said deceased, and said application will
be heard on the first Monday in July next.
June 4th, 1886.
GEORGE D. DARSEY, Ordinary.’
Georgia Columbia County—
WILL be sold before the Court lb fuse
door in Appling, Ga., on the first Tues
day in Jul), 1886. between the legal hours of
sale, a tract of land lying in said county, and
containing 113 acres, more or less, bounded
on the north by land of William Avery, former
ly belonging’to Ambrose J. Avery, bon., and
on the east, south and west by lands of R.
Toombs Dubose. Levied on as the property of
defendant to satisfy an execution issued from
the Superior (’ourt of Said county in fa vor of
Thaddeus Oakman vs. Ambrose j. Avery. Sen.
Notice of h vy duly served on defendant in
possession, Mav 27, 1886.
L. L. MAGRUDER,
Dep. Sheriff Columbia, County, (r«i.
GEORGIA, COLUMBIA COUNTY—
WILL be sold before the Court House
door in Appling, Ga., on the first Tues
day in July, 1886, one two-horse wagon and
harness, Levied on as the property oMordan
Tankersley to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. issued
from the Superior Court of Columbia county in
favor of Geraty A Armstrong. Levy made ami
notice served according to law, this 29th Mav,
1886. L. L. MAGRUDER,
Georgia, Columbia County
TXT ILL be sold before the Court House
VV door iu Appling, on the first Tuesday in
July next between the lawful hours of sale,
two lots in the town of Harlem, one improved,
the other unimproved, the two contain three
acres, r' , »rc or less, bounded on the east by
lands of W. B. Roebuck, south by Miss Mary E.
Drane, west by Mrs. Haskins ami north by J.
M. Whitaker and others. Levied on as tha
property of defendants to satisfy an execution
issued from the Superior (’ourt of Richmond
county in favor of Porter Fleming vs. J. Jen
kins and Mrs. E. A. Jenkins. Notice of levy
dnlv served on tenants in possession, this June
2nd, 1886. L. L. MAGRUDER.
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HARLEM, GA., THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 188(1.
WHAT IS BEING DONE IN AND
4QUIBS CAUGHT ON THE FLY BY SENTINEL
REPORTERS —NEWS OF Till’. COUNTY CON
«*** II I
—Spring chickens are indeed a
rarity on our streets.
—Mr W. E. McCalla, of Atlanta,
visited relatives here this week.
-• Messrs. Clarke and Lamkin made
a business trip to Augusta last Fri
—Miss, Georgia Conner, left on the
day train Friday last to visit (friends
—Mr. James D. Youngblood, wife
and babies spent Sunday and Mon
day in our town.
—Monday last was in the stretest
sense a rainy day, we will not com
plain, for “some days must be dark
—Mr. and Mrs. Love Fuller, of
Augusta, spent Sunday last in
Harlem the guest of Mr. and Mrs
M. B. Hatcher.
—When you visit Augusta call on
Wm. Mulherin & Co. for shoes, slip
persp an hats.
During winter the blood gets thick nnd slug
gisli, now is the time to purify it, to build up
your H) stem and lit yourself for hard work, by
using Dr. J. H. McLean's (Strengthening Cor
dial and Blood Purifier.
For sale by all druggist.
—Mr. M. B. Hatcher ami his bride
reached Harlem on the day train last
—Messrs. Sturgis and Conner have
secured positions in the employ of
the Georgia Railroad. Success to
you, young men.
Mr. Chas. Bussey, of Augusta
spent one day in Harlem last week
He was on his way to his old home
in Lincoln county to recupunite his
—Friend Mad McNair, of Boggy,
war up again Saturday shaking hands
with friends in Harlem.
—ls it possible that one of our
I young men who is in good health and
of sound min i slept from Saturday
night until Monday morning?
—Mr. J. M. Whitaker—“the only
Mat.—is confined to his house with
Piof. Gonzales spent several
days in Harlem last week. He is a
musician of distinction.
—Dr. Porter, the blind minister,
preached at the, Baptist Church Sat
urday night last to an appreciative
i audience. Sickness prevented our
appearance on that occasion.
—Animals, arc often afflicted with a disease
called the mange, the name disease in human
beings is called the itch and is highly conta
gions, to cure it, mix flour of Sulphur with Dr.
J. 11. McLean’s Volcanic Oil Liniment, bathe
it thoroughly, and take Dr. J. H. McLean’s
Hoimeopathic Liver and Kidney Balm.
For Male by all druggist.
—Mr. J. C. Goetchius, spent Sun
day here. There seems to be a great
attraction in the Sylvan City for Mr.
—Mr. E. A. Agerton, a warm friend
of the Sentinel, spent Monday of this
wee iin our town. Come again, we
are always glad to meet friends of the
—We regret very m_ch to hear of
the continued illness of our true and
tried friend, T. E. Darsey. May he
be speedily restored to health.
--• Mr. N. D. Hicks, of Atlanta,
spent one day in our midst last week,
and while here he beautified substan
tially the newly made grave of his lit
—White’s Cream Vermifuge is good
for the chaps certain, when the chaps
are troubled with worms. When their
presence is indicated in the stomach
by the usual unmistakable symptoms,
only give the boys and girls a dose of
White’s Cream Vermifuge and worms
will follow as surely as night do< s the
day. Remember White’s Cream
Vermifuge will expel worms.
—Miss Mattie Hopkfns is spending
some time with her uncle, President
'I. 8. Hopkins, of Oxford.
—The annual meeting of the
Farmer’s Club will take place on the
seccud Wednesday in July.
—Sugar refiners have gone to
work, we can now off >rd to sell at
A. L. Hatcher A Co.
Mrs. Ashmore and little son, of
[ Jonesboro, reached here one slay last
week and are spending some time nt
“Magnolia," the home of her child
—We learn that Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Collins contemplate an extended trip
west and north in the near future. If
this be true, the Sentinel wishes them
a delightful trip, a pleasant stay ami
a safe return.
—Miss Mattie Young is visiting her
sister, Miss Ida, who is the accom
plished principal ofthe Female Semi
nary at Washington, Ga.
—Genuine Cuba molasses 40c gal
lon, at A. L. Hatcher A Co’s.
—Of all glad words of tongue or
pen, the gladdi st are these, to the
sufferer with piles. A pleasant speedy
and permanent cure for piles is found
in Tablet's Buckeye Pile Ointment, a
preparation that has never been
equaled as a remedy for that disease,
and the sufferer does not need to be
told this the second time.
—The Misses Murray, two of Mc-
Duffie’s lovlivest ami most accom
plished daughters, are visiting the
Misses Ellington this week.
—Potash at 5c ball, at A. I *
Hatcher & Co’s.
—Mis. John V. r . McCord is visiting
in Lincoln county the family of her
husband. Mr. Me. is busy looking
after his interest as a candidate dur
ing her absence.
—Up to the lour o" go. ng to pi ess
we aie unable to give the result of
the election upon prohibition yester
-—Dr. Paterson can be found at the
Clarke Hotel vice Rev. W. E Shackle
ford's, as stated in a former issue. Any
one desirous of having neat and sub
stantial work done should call and see
him. Years of continuous practice
places him in the fore front in the
—Fashion may change in some
things but an old well tried remedy
is grappled with hooks of steel. Such
is White’s Cream Vermifuge, which
lias a iarger sale than any so-called
remedy, because it never fails to ex <:1
worms from a child who is their
victim. Therefore do not defer its
use, but relieve your child speedily by
a dose of White’s Cream Vermi
—The protracted meeting at the
Methodist Church at this place is
progressing nicely. Revs. Candler
and Rorie are assisting the pastor.
—Mr. John Green says there are
crops in this county so grassy that it
will take a heavy frost or a fire to
—Mothers who arc so tired ami
broken of rest, watching a sick, fret
ful, teething child, do rejoice when
they have a medicine which they
know of a certainty will soothe and
give sweet sleep; will make teething
easy; will relieve the stomach and
bowels of all pain; will cure all un
natural drain from the bowels. Such
a medicine is Pitts’ Carminative.—
Thousands of testimonials from it.—
Every bottle tried adds evidence and
Base Ball—Grovetown vs. Bel-Air
Tuesday afternoon the above named
clubs crossed bats on the grounds of
the former and resulted in victory for
the latter by asc of 28 to 24. We
learn Grovetown played only seven
An Untimely Death-
Base ball was born here in the ear
ly spring, but soon developed signs of
early decay, after the ravages of in
difference fastened itself upon its vi
tals, and now we are called upon to
mourn its premature death.
V. M. C. A.
Au Interesting Meeting and Organization
Messrs. Pilcher, Evans ami oui
I former townsman, \V. 11. Cooper, of
the Norwood Young Men's ('hristiuu
, Association, camo down on Sunday
atternoon last for the purpose of or
ganizing nt this place. They held
two meetings, afternoon ami evening
The meeting was a success nnd the
organization perfected easily, with
the following officers in charge:
President, H. A. Cook; Vice-Presi
dent, Dr. W. Z. Ilollidry; Recording
Secretary, Willie Prather; Corres
ponding Secretary, R R. Hatcher;
Treasurer, W. E. Hatcher. The
meetings were very pleasant ami we
hope great good will result.
I’ah butter than the harsh treatment of
medicines which horriblv gripe the ptitient and
destroy the coating of thu stomach. Dr. J. H.
McLean's (’hills and Fever Cure by mild yet < l
ectivcaetion will cure. Sold at 50 cents a boltlo
For sale by all druggist.
A New Buggy Smuslid.
Dr. Peeples has again fallen a
victim to another runaway, with more
serious results than formerly, from this
fact, (he buggy demolished on Satur
day last was a perfectly new one,
purchased only the w«ek before.
Fortunately the Doctor was not in the
buggy at the lime. The circumstan
ces are these: The Doc'or was called to
see, a patient, nnd thinking only a few
minutes would be consumed, did not
take the horse from the buggy, but
bitched him securely. Something
caused him to take fright, which
resulted in breaking the bridle and
freeing himself. He ran through the |
woods making almost a complete 1
wreck of a handsome new top buggy.
Facts in Regard to the Health of lliirltm
The idea seems prevalent abroad
that there is a great deal of sickness
in our little town, but such is not the
case. Wo are free to admit there has
been more than usual, and at the same
time not more so than has been the
case in almost all sections of the
State. Wo have suffered with an
epidemic that has prevailed all over
the country, with no fatal results. For
this epidemic our town and sur
roundings are not in the slightest de
gree responsible. There is in our
midst no local cause for disease. We
know of no cases of fever bore at all.
While there has been five interments
in our cemetery, three of the five died
away from our town and the other
two came here sick, and we might
with becoming propriety say, in a dy
ing condition. No one need enter
tain any fears so far as anything of a
malarial nature is concerned iu com
ing among us for the summer, or any
season of the year. We arc high and
dry here, the air from the surround
ing pine forests is purifying and heal
ing in its tendencies, water abundant
and pure, and we can say without the
fear of contradiction, there is no place
in our beloved Georgia that is more
desirable for school purposes or for
mothers and children during the
heated term. Our railroad facilities
are all that could under any circum
stances be desired. Mails north, east
and west daily, telegraph office pre
sided over by one of the finest opera
tors in the State, good hotel for an
interior town. Several churches cen
trally located, school in a flourishing
condition, with average attendance of
from 75 to 90, and last but not least,
no bar rooms. Our charter bars forever
the sale of intoxicating liquors within
our corporation. Again, wo say, have
no fears as regards sending your
children here to educate them. Mor
als and society good and as regards
our teacher, Rev. J. W. Ellington,
will state, he is unsurpassed in Geor
gia as an educator. • -
Terms, $! A Year, In Advance.
Strikes i-rom to be getting popular
When the construction train was
ready to leave this place Monday
morning to go to work near Joe's
creek, the track laying halide, about
thirty in number, refused to go to
work unless certain concessions were
made them. They complained that
they were worked too many hours ii
day, ami demanded more time for
rest. Their lequest being denied
they refused logo to work.
News of the state of affairs having
traveled down (he road, Road master
Schofield came up on the freight train
Monday to interview the strikers
They laid their grievances before
him, complaining of being worked toss
much ami of being badly treated nnd
abused by the boss, and refused to ger
to work unless they were given an
After hearing how matters stood,
Mr. Schofield deemed it advisable t<r
make a change in bosses, so Mt. Huff
man was removed nnd the section
master nt Hephzibah was substituted
in his place.
The hands have nil gone back to
work, and everything is moving along
Wo hear that Mr. Huffman has
been sent to South Carolina to work
on the Augusta and Newberry road.
—(I iL son Enterprise.
Thousands of Dollars*
A Genlli'iiiiin Who Hits Roadietl the Proph'
JAMES ('. DUNLAP.
Almost three score veins nnd ten have
ed over the head of JiinieM C. Dlllilttp; the
lr • HtH of seventy winters huvo svrved to
whiten his lochs, and the wn rm th and
gladness of as many summers have pre
served in him their’ geniality and friendly
spirit. Man’s allotted time of life has hoeiv
given him and he is yet ms halo and as
hearty as if ho was prepared to double
Hie prophet's ago. Mu lives at 264 East
Gain Street, Atlanta, with hie worthy wife
“My wife has,” said Mr. Dunlap, recently
‘ lor the piod. time years been a great suffer
er from rheumatism. The disease attacked
M i' in the sciatic form, nnd caused her terrible
suffering. Hhc wiih tortured almost all the
time, although we did < verything in our power
t<» alleviate h< r pains. The disease appeared
to have n linn hold upon her, and lust summer
aud fall she sutlcrcd the most excruciathig
painsnnd agony. Iler system offered little or
no resistane.i! to the ravages of thia disease
\\< almost despaired of relieving her of iUI
clulclk s, and it was with heavy hearts and
little faith wo begun the use. of Hunniffult’e
llhoiiimitic ( uro, at the earnest solicitation of
our h iends last Recembcr. The eflcct of the
medicine was almost mirnculoiis. Bhe began
to inq rove at almost thu first dose, and
althoifgh at this time she has only taken three
bottles, I can Inithfiilly say that thousands of
dollars would not express the good it has
accomplished for h< r. Her rheumatic pains
and twinges have entirely disappeared. It is
<'crtainly a wonderful remedy, and I desire to
be put upon record assaying that any person
who allows a frieinl to sillier from the ravages
of disease when a specific of this kind can be
rirorim d from any drug store of this broad
land <>f ours, at the trilling price of one dollar
a bottle, within the reach of even the poorest,
is naught but a criminal.’* Manufactured by
J. M. Hunnicutt A Co., Atlanta, Ga.
I'rtiliiliilion in Oronee-
Athena IJauner: Thinga in Oconee
iuc getting red-hot over the Ordinary
not announcing the rcault of the
cLction on prohibition. The people
who voted for prohibition are anxiou»
for the renult to be announced at
once, and are uaing every meana in
their power to have it declared. On*
of the bar-keepei'H Ruh a lieenae until
next January, and the other whisky
men think in nothing but justice that
they Kould run na long as the other.
The Ordinary has not as yet signified
at what time he will announce th*
result, and the people are getting very
anxious about the matter.
BILE BEANS! What n funny name
for a medicine! Nevertheless it is very
significant as applied to the article.
Bile, according to Webster, is “a yel
lowish bitter, viscid nausceous fluid,
secreted by the liver.” Whenever the
liver docs not act properly this fluid is
retained in the blood and poisons the
whole system, and snllowness and misery
is the result. SMITH’S BILE BEAN’S
is a sure cure for biliousness and liver
complaint. Price, 2-3 cents per bottle-
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