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   Georgia Boston Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1893, Boston, Georgia                                 THE BOSTON  /  volume 2.  Mn« M. hniiiii. of giiliniAu. aft er H|M'iiiHng n few (lnyx with Ií»t {iRi^ntn. '»Ir. «n.l Mrs >V k. Hriiiitl*.j, n«-1'iirnu«! Uofiic ^ftAtiu'Htlny nftvniiHMi  TV iiiMyôr iiiiH oriloreil irn^éliH'tion to III' on Moniiay .hily llfli »«•  »III «Mifniirui to ilirUif un«ivpiro(l  t« riiiorMf P. A WntiK lie* ecKHl  At thin writiiiir Ros(i«n limi inmost HiTlions of tlif Hitjoiiiii»^ l'oiint^ì-y min li iMiilly iit'(>ii*>it. anil uni«»»!» it foiimn stNiii <*ro|M wtll.lM'rjiitieil.  'file ninny frignila of Mr J ('. Cop-paire, lit«' plio;o;j:rapher. will re|cr«*t to liMrn tliai he i>i i|ilii4c «ick at the lioiiif of hin t.nnlf , Dr J. W.- Kaiiibroii^h.  Mr r jv Hi^ht ami son. Waltvr j who iMivi* Itei'ii I'liKaj^inl In Railr.««!^ con^trll<•iiotl in Atahama for aover-«I luoiithM paat. reKjftiod tioin«' Mofi-tiny nitcrniHin.  boston, georgia. friday july i, 1893  number jh,  Are your dipcki hoUow ftnil fo^ Hpg virhiui  Is yoûir appetite poor ánd fom éi' geathawigkí b your'llttii «oft ani hw yoii loit In weifht?  Tiuae ate symptòim of Minià or poor blood* Thej are fust as Ireqtìeot in the tununer as in the winter. And ypti can be ctited at one tiàie Just at  1 wi  hiu  TirUuor*H  m yon want a r«>ineil v u Kvil in t»t«Ki'Ky if  for Kiíífiila o'' MU, iiW Ih'. Aiiliie|itir Ä« ilirH'teii, it xrill car»- i( For .saU* hy ilrnirgintn al 5 W'. a botil«^.  ÍMu- prayi r mWlinK« aVtÍM'  anil Mi'ihoilÍHi rtiMn'ln'f» last Tiiériday and W^rnmlay evening had a very «lini atlc'iidaruT  Mr Jno. S. llarrlfi, of ValdoKta. (ravHin^ .HalcMinan i»>r Miintfr. rnirri» A liat^^v. ofHnvaiinnh. did busini'H.>« lu'fc yi'islerday nfterioion  Marxlial Wad«', Col. .1. W. Kdninnd-fon and Mr \VttU«'r J. narrcll. of jiitKndi'd thf fn ieral of .\Jr I' A. Wad«' hcrf laMt K/iilay.  '|r. 'rolli Mardrc, wlio hn« bei'n <•< odiirtinic a milk nhnkv and mhIu water hii.>«iii«*KS a* Pidoo«>k fur m.iim' M eek a pai»! , II«!« Mold out and ret urned ■ ti >$ne. ■  Wc wire t4i «««e Mr. W R.  Dninilj'y «mt Weüiieodav Mr. Rrani-  •U'y V».».' - ^ / T  liil  v«'r>i  MeufTì». and l'rarik  'rhuuia.4vilic Wcdne^dfty.  Da* ball fever haa b( «-n of a inild forili in Hos^ton iip i<'/«dat«*.  Mr. J W. Kiminon.>4 on ihe nirU  liMl Usi Wedi éH.lay and 1 ¡iiirmluy. KMit li«« HhiiIch  A Qood Man- Qon«  (Hi Kridriy .inorninf ^t oVloi-k thi- spirit of IMiillip A. Wado look ita I lliv.hi Ir«»Mi eart h t<» h«>aven, In iiìk I d« at h t he t«)wn haH lo»^ a^valiiéil citizen, the ihuroh a .iiacful niemiier, the  lodali, a trii(> and nitide inañ and hi inmily a (riic, lovinfc. f<Mider, Kynipa-Ithi/.iiiK: hiiNlmiid and fatin r. Me loVed . Iiis lanifly and «otijitht t lieir c«ii(ifort jahd liappincK!« ahove hi!* own. 'riio.se .bl ^d acquainted willi th" mmjei t of Jthis nutice. nobn Iniriu-d thut llicre wiiK iiot a paniele ol de« eption In liii* ¡roinpoHÌii«m. l'hif Wado liad a geaial idis)H>siiion and a glneerity niialtWt«'.! ¡ aiMl hi.H nature waM full of kindly Hod ' ip'néroiM HiHitintent!«. U limne in {he •«ii ial « iri lc, òr in the bú»«y wiilkn of iife II»» poMei»«eil jinu v.-i thai woro at-tractive and dr<>w to inni foen a» wel| infrie ih! H Kon«» kiM'W hihi bui to ^ love and rei«|)eot liiin and éH|K>cÌall|^ i those who had knowii liini longfHt. Ai* | ah «tfciitttlioii of Ili« popnl^rity and j hin kindly and bencvoleat nátnre, tfie jlarKe-^t eoiicourMe oí |>eople. friuttds and rélati ve» ever i««'«fu in 't'houiaa rquniy aòtoinpntiied liix remaina to thei|' tai<t rcHtiiiif plHoe. Pe'ople wi^re prert«*nt fruni ali adjat-'^ni t^twn« and :tlie wiiole eonntry secnied to have : tu rne<t oiit to pay ili«< luMt nad ritt*K to the niemory «if the departe-K Ili« ^denth, whilpsad nini iilniosi irr(')mra-. ble, ic nivtigated by the a.Hrtiirance tlnit Daniel ¡ h«* whh ready and willii'ig^ to mei-t hi« Lord, ami rhat onr 1<ihü ia hia eternai atid <;verlaKtinff gain.  WHflLEV BBUTIIiBS,  Ar^8tíU in thc ring Mith a aprendifl line of.  General . Merebandisc.  STOCK PRICES how.  OI K I.IXKoksHÔR» is"« <)Ml*r.KTE T\  WK IIAVK A AWSuJi'i'MKN"!  KV KÙ V OF Mi:\ s  WAY.'.  fink  «—" ^^•^ywiMr.^ t ijt .HKx s FI S K  s Htti^, Aifli THK HKî^t sriino '  F  ASTIDIOUS  ËMIIMir^  OOTWÇAR.  and V;^uily Mpent laat Saturtiay and Hunday JlLPavo  Jnjs and wa« l'onflueU., to hin rouni t he above HtateU time.  Dur neVKlibiiriniï'eliy, pullman, i-making préparation!« for Iht «niiiiMi « aniiviil io bénin July 5th, and clo^c Juiy mh Notbinn Ik being left un-doiif i«v inake llie enterpris« anueeeHs ill ««very pHfliiiular.  Miii.M^s I.onlHe Hay« and Mary AVrijilrf returned to their home in TlunnanviUe t»Mlay, aller spi-ndiiiK M \ eral day» nuixi d. li>çlilfnHï with 11... iainily of Mr. and Mri» M. K. Mallette.  • Mi>s ì.enK Kiiahin, xv'io ha/ been Janvn.s.^injç the tow n with a book en-tiiW'd, "The «tory of my life." written hy Mrrt Mary A. Li\« rnu»r.', left Wed-iivHilay afierno«»n for Moultrie.  Mr: W. 1> Sandera lia* aold «me of l,ÌK dwellings »" nortlu-rn part «»f town, the one now orc.ipieil by Mr. li. < i. Lee, to Ml- J. H Kollo, of I'ike 4 .. . Alii. We learn thai Mr. RoUo will not niove i«» Boftton before fall.  "During the hot wi'utlicr laat HUin-nier 1 had a Hcvtr.i attack of cholera , i„.>ibu». nerci^.-itaiiiig my KavliiK ni> iniMincMs. " sayn, Mr. C. A. Haie, of Jjiirc- liroK., FinrMstlf. Ulno. "Alter two or thrac iloscs of < hamljerlain > ( olic.i'hok-raaiid lJi:iirhoeji Uenitfdy I wa»cniii(H;lu:U- lelieved and In a tew hoiini wan alile to rf suine my work m  tiie «tore I HÌncen-iy reeominciid 1 f., any one atllicted witn stomach or Lwel trouble." For sal«i by Mallette & Vann.  Mi«« Kthel ronnell. after a numt pleasant vihit nf iii-arly two week« vilh the family of Mr. and Mrs J. V Adiinih, ft»r h.-r hoine at Mct«-jilfc t«»«lay . Mi«« Ethel has many frit-ndn ; in lJ««t4»n who will be glad to i?e€ her rei urn hihui.  A CLEVKll TKK K. It oiertainly Idoka like it, biir ther« n ally no trick in bout II A nybody «•.•in try k wlio lia» I.ame Hjsck and AVealk Kidne.f». Malaria or nerv«»uii .trcublaa^ We niean he ean enr<> him*  mm of ValdoaJKvUklnir *** «»««trie  heriiÍH(er,MrM. Fiiltoii ClJ»2e Gittern. Thla medlein« tones ttp the  v.- .r St..»- Whole system,  t«Tii p«*r«nce l*A Cu re n . J^tT'^^^jC?, T^fT'tol'" 1  nf»iht. a/ "  « 1 Til I nil aadÉhi inil M^^mr-ill^r ** l>  JuHt now, •« every «l«e, "'w^P' --  l.oaton. l Try Eleetrle lUtiers and iw eon-  Sah in SinKlnic G""vention yvñv in ¡ they üre a miracle worker.  seMt^itin at Pavo Tliuriday and Friday,Vpy,.py |,„ttre (guaranteed t>nly S'*«' •  ..............botile at fi. W . I »an iel'H Druji Store .  JohnHon, of the Moultrie Kpent lakt Sunday in the  Itoday.  ^ir. Kd < er rity. '  Mr. Walter Clark, of Dixie, waa a visitor to »««ton laat Thursday after-  IHMUl .  Mayor A B Coin- went up to rhonia»vi!le on buHijiesrt lai«t Wednesday. .  GR0dERIE8.-W e have theae, too^n aiiy quantity, and at price« to Huit the tiiiM'a. ( Al I on ua whin in the city.  WHALEY BROTHERS.  I'. S.-A KINKUSBOPVaNCYO^KpT JI'STUEfKIVKI).  CONE &  WAREH  BOSyN,  DKALEBArjpi« OORK,  uir^LH, imicjK, limk oi  vanì'Y OA  •-4  H MEN  ;0RQIA.  "^Wr,  •ATSi M Ay. corroí* «KKr> MKAT. A\Í*  IKKT WCRTÍUZBKS.  G^r^iá.  PRICES LOW^-ilB THE LOWEST  Two Mlaaea Smith, of Loyd, .HirtterK of Mr.B. F. in tile city.  Mr. T T. Stephen« and dauKhler, Míhh Helen, viHited TlioinaMville uiiu-e our !aHt ii*KUe.  Mi-k. Laura Spíeiífht, of (¿uitiimn, visitfd the family of Mr and .Vlrn. J. T. K«ií(erí this week.  Dr. .1. S Ilorrip. of Pavoi cam« Bostoi lartt Friilny to attend Mr Phil Wade'rt buria..  'i'lieJ. S. Norton fitoi-k of were sold last Fridrty at 11 oVlock by i Sheritr Dort:i, to satisfy a inOrtgaire tl fa in favor «»f M . K; MiilÍctt«f. Iluy-ers were numerous and some livi'ly bid«!iiij? wa8 done. Tin? sto«-k wa« bid  ill by Dr. Mallette for  If voii are in ni'ed «»f anythinfi: in th«' way of job priiitii such a« letter iM'iidh, not«! heads, bill- liea<l>. «Mivel-opcs. w«'dding invitili ions, null tune .smith,'i8 vÌMltin(fìrardii,.-irrular.^, et«- , p t «»>'[ Pf'''';';  I bi'lor.' pla«-uií{ your order Wr will h::v«' you money  Kla.,  Olli iu'wsptíp«'rs for sale at iiiíh of fii-e-'Í5 'nL-t pi*r hnndre«!  "I have linedChHinlMirlain's fl'Oj^'h Remedy, in my family for yeari »od i a!w»y.-i witii ifoo'l rL-.sol|s. V¡íays Mr W ^ ! 1Í < fooper . of Kl Hi'), « al " 1- or fniall ■cliiJdrcDwe tVnd it .'.spjJaliy cttecHve. For sale by Mallette & Vann.  The plant Syste(n busy durinK the past «oldierH and kolb ;¿uuirt  Mr liarry Ainnworth ville, sp«'nt WtídtieMday and here, the Rue.Hi «)f Mr  Th.' .loiirnal (.»Ire is headyuarter« f«»r allkiiMl of Job Printing  When you Mtart «»dr to 'tarkle'' the flnny tribe don't fornei i.. take a . tie of Ur. TUifuwr'^ Antiseptie. Noth-liiirennal t« Itfor tin wouihIs, Hsh .of Thomas- ¡¡¡J,®'';;:;.,;,,^ aiol stiL^s «.f in-  iid I liursday . ii i« «« I»««' t lii«'^ l«r "-»nakr  ha.-i been very week hauling  J. L L-sO V E L L,  BLACKSMITH AHD WHEELWRIGHT  BOSTON, GEORGIA.  1 AM AT TUK HAMK 0U)STAND DOlNti (iOCl»  Horse-Shoeing^ Black-Smith in?:  AND ALL KIKDHOF RBPAIH WOKK (MIBAPEK AND Him Kli THAN KVKK. I (il ARAN rKK ALL NEW WORK»  PLOWS rillAHi^BXKI) ON SHORT.NOTICK. YtM U PA I KON A(. 1 SOr.ICITFJ).  .Ii!«lj;e M. Binim, of Q prominent visiioi- to the «»r t hree day» Ilwrin»? t|ie pail week.  Kev. .1. M. Rushin will fill his regular appouiJments at the Küplist  «Jiur.'h to-ni«»rrow, ¡riaturdayj and  Frank Duniei. ! < u..'. colie I ajruio  i'ou W«it about iei, i ,a  ..itmao, , Ayy «Iru^ru-iM . an .1 as .a-, a^ you  lie city r«.r two can buy if. ^'''" '■ j^" - In my gin  ( >ur V»aV»v has l)e<'n continually tr<>ob-l..«J und cholera ii.fautum , ^  sin.-e his birth, and all liiat we coiU.l do  for lum did 'V/l; Mr. D. R. Blood and wife after an nb-  temporary r«^Ji«'f, until wc ti'ed I.naiv-I '•  l!er£dn s Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrhoea, .sence from the city lor ab<.ot iw.. Jtehiedy. Mnce gi\inK th.U remedy he vve^k«. returned himie*' last Friday albas not b«'en troubled: W'e want to ■  give J.,uthi^le^•liulOuial ap an evi<fen«e • of our gratitude, not that jou iifM-d it, t«» atlvei tis«î your mcriioi ious ri-mcdy <;, M. Lau-, Ktohi/ii. I(;»wa. 1-oi r.al-by Mallelte Á. Vann.  Mrn. B. M. Comfort has been vi^^i-tiiig relalivfrt in lioslon for »everal da^b ¡last ■  ternoon.  MÍHS Ola Mallette returiK ft ro h<:r home in Thomawvilie ye.sr« :da • aftér-I niMVii. íirter f pi-inlii';; »'wool , ü w:« î■.-'with relp^ivr-s and friends in lioMon Slie was the gi.L" I of Mrs. .1. M . Jone-  wliiie litre.  Nettles «lelivered a temperance lec.ture at the MethiKiist ,.),urch here la>t Monday niijbt. His talk wan l)"tli instructive niid inter-U-tiiii?. Dr. Nettles stopP«'«! with Mr Mrs H. H. Fitz-erald while in i; he city.  J{ I i K It N I (• A ii A I, V E  The B«'st Salve iivthe world for (.'ut  The oaty Mfe^aur« ! roUab^a female •▼•r oflwed to Lad-f -Mpeoiallir Moomxb«.!.  __1 «d to wCTto4  VBUbO Md «»k« mo otiiv ver • b«*«« ^r ^ '. '.  . After ten year»« »bsenee from 'I h nius\ III«' -wi v h tiwie hax fpeiit with símul- « f th»' |iar;ie>i 1. . _ - _ . • ,4»h«nery fa«'torien and d«'alerM in tliis coiintry —' liMv »  ae-aiohM-ated In thin city »nd opeiiwt up a general repair »h«>p, lor tliV r.p: :r . da or machinery, til uiy bieyele department I repair and reh make them «iíoa a» new. Int'oi.s department 1 al^-» ov« rhinilM\. ¡1 :  ......... of every m»lie,ÄpgMna, piatoli, and el.|«ítri.-al ina.-hinei-j  In my gin and engine depwrUneiit, 1 repair and reUnild jiins. ...^d«dl•^ r«..iden««M, put »■.aew tn new hruah riha and old brushes refu . I  with new briatleii,MdMw«f«^roenedand trained to run trii.. All ei.-m« wlll be dune In the lilt«it ««d up^HMiat  \ 1-  work will be done in the iBl«ir ii"n Hp.t<Mlate manner. My j r;« cs nr. low on all work. Plo««w allow me to a*y further that my life ir..u. « hiUll... .t has b.M.n «pent In mnalntf, buildine and ere< tli*if all kim.s of niac.hiiu ry .Suhciti»«. ; Mjî  M«ili»i.n«t.. KextDowSiTlmw-Kiilirpri«'. - - TIioiuìmiM. <  R. P. MCG^GOR. J..D. FOY,  TONSOWAÍ1 ARï.IîST, Blacisitli aœlWooâ Woite.  mMTON, ëai^alA. I IlOSTON.r.KOniïIA.  i.r.ii—- ri'T-'- l l'-f- -"-ail ...........  r.;v»r Son-. T-(t-r;r«n.lí. _____________________.... -  t .»M-n-.c«, <•• i........................ ...............  Ol Ir..  ! «iih.«V:i'><i«l ,iiiii\i' < rouK.,)'. 'Outilc)  i<ir «Ulk. ,  )!< 11t ... I . . .. ... iliiii.•.'(••«• i-|»iaau<«: :i'Cf|iit«i in rä:i..iUC   

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