TALMADGE, HODGSON &
Corner of College Avenue and Clayton-Street,
MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS, ATHENS,
HENDERSON WAREHOUSE CO.,
TALMADGE, HODGSON & CO., PR0P’§
LIBERAL ADVANTCES 0351 COETONT.
Are now becomingso fashion
able and so universally usedfor
house decorations that it has
induced # manufacturers to use
every exertion to]pmpioy all the
art obtainable in producing the
most beautiful and elegant de
signs. They add so vastly to
the refn*ment and beauty of a
homethat hardly any genteel
family will forego the pleasure
of having at least some of their
rooms decorated with these beau
tiful papers. The next best ar
ticle for beautifying walls, and
perhaps better for parties living
where no good paper hanger is
The most perfect article for
kalsomining walls ever proauceo
from the fact that it is the
most beautiful, most durable
and most easily applied of any
article ever put upon the mar
ket for a like purpose. It comes
in all colors and shades and any
person can apply it, and it is so
cheap any one can afford to use
it. It never rubs off but makes
'•our walls as firm and smooth
as marble. Directions for use
on each package. For sample
card and prices send to Duck &
Company,sole agents,-,35 Broad
St., Atlanta, Ga., Wholesale and
Retail dealers in Oils, Paints,
Window Glass, Etc. The larg
est and oldest established house
of the kind in this section of
PIERCED BT A RED-UOt BAS OP IRON.
Quintal Sonerwino, aged sixteen,
is employed at one of tbe.rolli of the
Judan Rolling Mill*} in Allentown,
Fa. A par of red hot iron was pas
sing through the rolls, and Sonerwino
stood ready with his tongs to catcli
it. Jnstashe was . about to catch
bold of ths bar, another boy acciden
tally struck the iron. The blow gave
the bar a sudden upward movement,
and it p’erced his* vest and passing up
his chest through his chin and the
root of his tongue to the roof of his
rroulh, where the hone stopped far
ther progress. Though sufferin'!
great j»ain, ibe hoy’s presence of iniud
did not lorsake him, hut he pulled the
iron out, hadly burned his hands. The
other workmen stood amazed, t>ui the
boy’s lather ran up to him, and walk
ed Kim to physician,about six blocks
distant. The hole in the chin is lame
enough to admit the insertion of a
huger. The boy’s course from the
mill to the doctor’s office could lie
traced by the blood he lost on the
way. The doctor thinks the boy
stands a fair chance of recovery.
People who have been bolstered up
and levered all their lives are sel
dom good for anything in a crisis.
When misfortune comes they look
around tor something to cling to or
lean upon. If the prop is not there,
lown they go.
Once down, they are as helpless as
capsized turtles, or uuhorsed men in
armor, and cannot find, their feet
agar, without assistance.
Such silken fellows no more resem
ble self-made men, who have lousrhi
their way to position, making diffi
culties their stepping stones, avd de
riving determination from defeat,
than vines resemble oaks, or sputter
ing rush lights the stars of heaven.
Effort persisted into achievements
train a man to selt-relinnce, and when
he has proven to the world that he
can trust himself, they will trnst him
It is unwise to deprive young men
of the advent >ges which result from
their own energetic action by ‘hovit-
ing’ them over obstacles which they
ought to surmount aloue.
Athens. Ga., March, 14, 1882.
U. O. CABAN1SS, - - Travbuso Agist,
I* authorized tc- mike collection!, to mcelve
ripUoRi. me to contract for id cm tiling, for
"•fly and “
Sad Incidents of the Rood.
Little Bock Octette.
Alexander Jasper, an old man
from Crittenden county, arrived in
the eity last night, bringing his wife
and two boya. He seemed to beio
great distress, and when questioned
by a Gazette man, he told the follow
ing sad story: ‘You know,* he said,
‘that the whole country ta under wa
ter. I am one of the sufferers of the
flood. I lived lit tbs Mississippi bot
tom not far from Malison. I settled
there several years ago and opened a
small farm. I had heard of high wa
ter but the place where I settled
seemed to be high, and I diu not
feel any fear Well, high water
came repeatedly, but it never rtach-
ed me. Night before last while my.
selt and family were at supper,‘ffc
were stariitd by a terrible roar. I
went to the door and looked out, but
could see nothing.' My wi/e suggest
ed lliai ths’ho'me might ba caused by
water, btft.£iat<l not pay much atten
tion to tbhwmark, for I did not see
how water could break through with
such toN$if While I stood listening
there chTqe f a bighty rush, and betore
I knew it the whole country was
fl toned with water. I called to my
wile to help me secure the children.
The house was full oft water. I seiz
ed one little uirl, and my wife seized
the other. The house moved. The
lamp tell ’and was extinguished. I
called to ray little boy, and received
a strangled reply. I rushed through
tbe flood toward tbe place from which
I thought the sound came, aud called
again, but no reply. The hou-e wedt
to pieces. I seized my wile and st rug.
;led with her to a slight elevation.
[Tie roar was deafening. We remain
ed there until morning. When light
came, a rushing torrent swept over
the rile of our home. My little boy
Two Metropolitan Millionaires.
New York World.
Moses Taylor, the oldest hank pres
ident in New York city, has been
very ill, hut is now reported conva
lescent. lie is the the richest ot our
active financiers, being estimated at a
halt dozen millions. Moses has been
making money steadily tor more than
a half ceDlury, but the public has
never shared in his grand success On
the other hand George I. Scncy,
president of the Metropolitan Bank,
has given away *1,500,000 in public
benefactions, in addition to Ills ex
tensive pri'P’e charities. Moses
ttrgulrmi at the l*oM OOlee la Athens as
Penned Class Matter.
ANS0EN CEMENT. ~
To The Render! of the^Bnnnrr.
I have sold the Weekly * Southern
Banner and the Athens Daily Banne
to Messrs. YanceyCranford A Gant:
proprietors, ef the Southern Watch'
man, who fake possession of them this
morning. SThis issue of the paper,
therefore,Move's my connection with
the readers of the Banner.
The relation of an editor to his
readers is peculiar, and the feelings
which he ha- at parting with them,
have much of sadness, and it is ens-
lomsry, as it is proper to indulge in
sentiment on such occasions. But
this is emphatically an age of business,
and as a rule sentiment must take a
back seat when business comes to the
front- There is no need then that I
shall do more than make snch an
nouncement as busii it formality re
. My successors need no commenda
tion from roe. The people of North
east Georgia know them well. They
have ability, capital and enterprise,
and in their bands the two old pa
pers of Northeast Georgia combined
will renew their yonth and mount to
still higher heights of usefulness and
reiicwn. I bespeak for them the
support, moral and financial, of all the
friends o' .he Banner and of myself,
and wish fur them the foil realisation
of tbsir brightest expectations.
My successors will carry out all
existing contracts for advertising and
subscription to the Banner. ^
J. T. Waterman.
Mr. Joseph Gilmer, of Albany,Ga
has invented an ingenious burglar
alarm. It consists of a small, simple
and portable apparatus,not more than
twelve inches square, b» means of
which, when properly adjusted, the , Tuvlor has’been at the head of the
partial opening ot any door, or the ■ City Bank for forty years, and bis
raising ot any wiudowa in a house or . success "
apartment, causes a small toy cannon
to be fired off, and at the same instant
a lamp is lighted and a clock alarm
made to ring out its jarring dbcord.
It can be connected also with any
number of articles of funiture, each
as chairs, tables, etc. Tbe beauty of
it is that it is certain and infallible
in its working, and is as easily ad
justed to every door and window of
a bouse or apartment as to one. Mr.
Gilmer, the inventor, is a practical
mechanic, and lias heretofore patent
ed a number of useful inventions.
, success in its management is shown
the lectt that its shares fire quoted
at 200. Ho has devoted himself
closely to money making.and w ill leave
a handsome property to bis daughters
(wbo are all married), but be has
sons. When contemplating such
character one cannot avoid thinking
how much good such a man might
have done had be been like George I.
Seney, of a philanthropic disposition.
There was a big anti-Chinese de
monstration in San Francisco Satur
day afternoon. Thirty thousand peo
The Duluth Dispatch says there
has not been ke enough in Lake 8u
perior daring tbe winter to interfere
A soldier at fort Coeur d’Alene,
Idaho, caught 4,626 trout with hook
and line during tbe year 1881. Tbe
largest one weighed ten pounds-
A man in Lincoln county, Ky.» ftts
just been fined $25 for beating *Kta
wife and one cent for driving his
mother-in-law out of his house ‘by
force of gun-.’
The last was the warmest February
Over tgporded at tbe Toronto obser
vatory; the mean temperature being
30 33 degrees, which is 7.47 degrees
above the average.
, The Utah Legislature has adopted
a resolution calling a convention for
April 10 to frame a constitution and
take steps lor the admis-ion of Utah
as a state.
Arrangements arc being made at
Hong Kong to -hip from 5,000 to 10-
000 coolies to Portland, Oregon, be
fore the anti-Chine-e bill, if passed
by congress, cau take effect.
London, March 2.—Mail advices
from the west coast of .Africa report
that a ferry-boat while cr< Being the
Lagoon of Lagos capsized, and that
4^ont ol 60 persons on board were
The claim is made for Sharon,Mass
that i> the Wealthiest town in New
England.' \ u --i.lv five persons died
ont of its population of 1.500 last
year. Seven of these were infants uu.
der 7 months, an.l the average age of
the remaining 18 was 70 years, 7
months, 9 days.
Five differeut patentees of the cool
ing apparatus are contending before
the House committee on expenses at'
tending President Garfield’s illnepa,
tor remuneration for the use of the
room in which he lay at the White
The House committee on commerce
•greed to report to the House a bill
appropriating twenty-five thousand
dollars to enable the Secretary of the
Navy to furnish cities with over fifteen
thousand inhabitants, tbe correct
lime at noon each day,
•Yes, dear, of course we are going
to Washington this winter: the Pres
ident’s a widower, you know.’ ‘How
awfully too utterly sweet 1‘ ‘Yea,
and the new British minister’s a bach
elor.’ ‘How too preciously consum
mately lovely *1'can’t merry them
both, you know, dear.’ ‘No, dear,
leave me just one.’
; IT HAS THE ONLY
PERFECT SPARK dRBtSTER
By reference to the above it will
be seen that we have purchased ef
Mr, J T Waterman the Southern
Banner, which will to-morrow be
consolidated with the Southern
Watchman and both the Daily and
Weekly editions continne under the
asms of the ‘‘Banner and
Watchman. ” Tbe newspaper busi
ness in Athens has been too mnch
crowded, and we think by combining
two of the oldest and leading papers
in Georgia it will be to the interest ot
both subscribers and publishers.
There is, however, one regret we
deeply feel in the change—the loss to
Athena of so estimable a citizen, and
to the press of tbs' city such, a worthy
brother as Mr. J T Waterman. Nev
er have we been in competition with
eueb a high-toned, courteous gentle
man, and in taking leave of our friend
we assure him that he carries with
him the respect and admiration of
the “Inland Queen."
We esk thej continued support of
Itbe patrons of tho Banner foV the ‘new
movement,* and will pledge our earn
est endeavors to give them • paper
worthy of their patronage.
Jasckt, Cuasvod A Gantt,
Is til- sham Young Still IMaff ?
‘Is there any truth in the t umor,
lately telegraphed from the west,
that Brigham Ycnng, late head of
the Mormon church, is still alive ?’
was asked by a Sun reporter yester
day of John Sharp, tbe Mormon bish
op, who is still at the St. Nicholas ho
'I positively decline to answer that
question, or to make any statement
whatever on the subject,’ said Bish
Bishop Sharp is president of tbe
Utah Central railroad and a director
of tbe Union Pacific, and said that his
visit to tbe east waa iu connection
with railroad matters. ' He intimated
however, that be was watching the
sentiment at Washington on tbe
Mormon question, and be said he
'believed the storm had about blown
over.’—Neus York Sun.
A Shower or Spiders.
Mr. Joe Jefferson, who lives two
or three miles from Columbus, Ga.
in Alabama, informed an Enquirer-
Sun reporter, that a shower of spiders
fell between tliat city and his home
on Friday night last week. He says
that the ground was literally covered
the next morning by them. They
were nearly an inch lorn;, bat no
larger than a horse hair. U»ole Joe
says that he has lived a long time, ha»
read of a similar occureuoe once be
tore in hit life, but never saw any,
thing like it betere.
Worrying a Michigander
When the war broke ont. North
Carolina was called tbe Union state
of the south, because the people were
very generally in favor ot the gov
ernment.* It has been discovered by
the rebel archives now under exami
nation at Washington,that op to 1861
she never cast more then 121,000
votes, but that she gave, 124,000 reb
els to fight the Union. . If e Union
state ol the south shows such a rec
ord as that, it is enoitjb to make o»e
shudder to think what it might have
done it it bad sympathized with the
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A Curious History.
John H. McGinnis, until this week
employed in sweeping the floor of the
New York post office at $2 a day, has
a curious history. Nineteen years
ago he returned from Colorado with
$80,000, which he inurena d daring
the war times to 8200,000. This
sum he lost in Wall street. Now he
has fallen heir to $50,000, the legacy
ol an old chum.’
Ir five cents Worth of borax be
dissolved in a quart bottle of salt wa
ter, and kept on the washstand, and
the face rinsed with it every time
they are washed, it will keep them
soft and smooth,, even if the hands
_, T ,„ .. , do their'share of scrubning, etc., with
we could have supplied eyery »aya/;e soft soap, which is apt to mak-r them
in Africa with a fasbiotrabje apt, ' and rough.
Silt Like Tnbnne.
During the paut year tbe Malho •
diets have been very active making
converts among the Chinese of Salt
Lake, and many of the Celestials are
renouncing the faith of Confucius to
embrace the more modern tenets of
Christianity. These who bare bed
the most experience in converting
the Mongolian |have discovered
that the power of song is a
more potent lever to pry under tbe
edge of heathen unbe'iet than the in
fluence of prayer. As soon as a ce
lestial can be taught to sing Sabbath
school hymns he is gone, so far as his
old faith is concerned. The Chinese
who have been converted have not
only stuck by their change ot heart,
but are studiously engaged in the
work of erangeliziug their fellow
brethren who grope in darkness.
Vital Statistics. '
It has been calculated by a recent
writer that of 10 children born in
Norway a little over seven reach their
twentieth ^ear ; that in England and
in the Uniu-d States ot America some
what less than seven reach that stage;
that in France only five reach it, and
in Ireland lets than five. He tells tu
that in Nofway, oat of 10,000 born,
rather more than one out of three
reaches the see of 70; in England
one out of four ; in the United Slates,
if both sexes be computed, leas than
one ont of four, in France leas then
one ont of eight, and in Ireland less
than one ont of eleren.—London San
A Historic Skeleton Unearthed.
Erie, Ft, Special.
The gale of Wednesday uprooted a
tree on Preaqne Isle, ana the roots
dragged np two skeletons. The own
er of one, Jamee Bird, has been .the
•nbjeot of cheap sentimental poetry
all through Pennsylvania for tbe last
•evenly years. During the war ot
1812 James Bird sod Ed Rankin
were shot aboard the Niagara for dev
eertioD, aud weye buried at the spot
over which the tree grew and flour
ished. Bird’s death was poetized,
aud he Was eonsidered a hero and
martyr, falling beneath a dozen bal
let* a moment before his pardon ar
We are a nation of energy wasters.
The American people are altogether
too fond of use I emi endeavor, too
much given to spending money to no
purpose. Onr lightning calculator
baa figured that if all tho money ex
pended Id const surveys and Arctic
exploration bad been used in the pur-
chase of plug bate tnfi winter ulsters,
Hunt's Rheumatic [Cure
The only reliable and safe letaedy for
£* 3^ S TT SflE A T £ 0 SC
I! taken according to direction* it never fails.
Cures cases of t wenty or more years standing, and
remoeeaal impurities of the blood sod muscles.
Thousands rejoice over iu marvelous cures.
HUTCH 18029 A BBO. General Agents.
Sold by all Druggist. Atlanta, Ga.
W. S HOLMAN
Will keep constantly on hind a fine lot of
BROKE MlILES and HORSES, which he will
ee!l u low ae can be idTorded in this market.
Examine my stock before buying elsewh-re.
Special rate* given to dealers.
THOMAS ST., ATHENS, GA.
CMS. F. STUBBS & CO*
(Successors to Groover, Stubbs A Cot)
The_ Widow's Bewitched Button Bax.
St. Louie Republican.
Mrs. DeWolf is a widow, residing
with her fifteen year old daughter in
East St. Louis on Collinsville avenue,
next to Kleinhenn’a barber whop. Oa
a recent night she find her daughter,
about. 7 o’clock, sat down by a table
to do Borne mending and sewing. On
the table was placed a box containing
a large number of buttons of almost
every conceivable description. AH
at on<« buttons began to fly about
the room, striking on the bed, stove
and other ai tides ot furniture. Mrs.
De Wolf and her daughter, of course,
were alarmed, and thought that some
one was throwing the buttons into the
room from tbe outside. But they
noticed that their* button-box was bee-
ing emptied of buttons. Thoroughly
alarmed, Mrs. DeWolf called Mr.
Kleinulienn, the barlier next door.
He with his mother, an old lady, and
his assistant, Pete, horned to the wo-
mao’s apartments. Buttons, sure
enough, were lying on the floor, on
the bed, on the stove sod elsewhere,
and were continuing to be hurled
from the box. All ot them comments
ed picking up buttons and depositing
them back in the box. But the but
ton throwing continued all the time,
and the patties were hit upou
their faces aud beads by them.
Again and again was the box emp
tied. This phenomenon continued
tor about two hours, when it sudden
ly cessed, and the buttons being* tbe
last time placed in the box remained
unmolested. There was a bright
light burning on the table the whole
time, and uo agency could be detect
ed io the manipulation ot the but
tons. All this is inexplicable by the
parties mentioned, all of whom related
it to the republican reporter. None
of them are spiritualists.
Extravagant Use of Flowers. ~
It may be thought that the use ot
flowers in fashionable bouses borders
on extravagance when we read of
$5,0 Y*) fjy*nt for flowers for a single
evening. . Jiu. -uis must be reckon
ed modest indulgence when we read
that a gentleman ot the Claudian
family, celebrated io anoieni Rome
as a connoisseur and for his elegant
tastes, spent $100,000 on roses tor a
single lea-L—Bouton Transcript.
A Fish Story.
1 onhv.Uc Courier-Journal.
One of tbe most interesting inhabi
tants of the Gulf of Mexico is the fish
known as tbe rarer.. He is four to
six teet long and as thick Man
Whenever he seta a' vessel be gets
alongside end keope up with it, but
never juries to pass it- Observers say
that he appears perfectly happy in
this kind of raring, which is moral,
because it rfiords tbe passengers ho
opportunity tor betting.
The Republicans ot Iiimjia are al-
ready boasting nf their purpose to
aerrjmanoer the Bute onder the new
apportionment in a manner to secure
a solid Republican representation in
Congress. This thing has been done
before, but Illinois furnishes tbe first
example ot a shameless avowal of a
gerrymander in advance of the out*
CHAPMAN & BR0.,
GAS, STEAM & HYDRAULIC
And Fips Fitters.
No. 318 Jackson Street,
Naar Bell Tower, Anemia, Ga.
Manufacture aud aell
EURFKA GAS MACBINE
Eatinates fumiahed and contracts made for
Lighltug and Heating Residences,
Stores. Factories and Small *
Towna or Village*.;
No. 04 Bay Htreet,
CHAS. r. STUBBS,
JOHN K. GARNETT,
T. G. HADAWAY,
(Successor to B. H. Allen.)
M Y stock Is hand-made, and I defy competition
from say quarter In quality, finish said price.
Machine made Harness at low prices, if you want
them. Repair work promptly 1
You Will Find
LOUIS COOK BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND HARNESS, I guarantee
equal to any sold in market at oame pricis.
TAE OLD HICKORY W AGON, took premium at Exposition.
THE ATLAS, ECLIPSE. F A UQUHAR and BOOKW ALTER ENGINES
THE FARQUHAR SEPARATOR. THE HOOSIER GRAIN DRILL.
THE BROWN, THE CELEBRATED HALL and CARVER COTTON
THE CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER.
HERRING’S CHAMPION FIRE-PROOF SAFES.
EMERSON & TALCOTT’S WALKING and RIDING CULTIVATOR,
combined with cotton seed planter and grain seeder attachments.
THE AVERY WALKING and RIDING CULTIVATOR.
THE MEIKLE WALKING CULTIVATOR.
THE GREGG PLOW SULKEY tor breaking land.
THE GREGG REAPER AND MEADOW KING MOWER.
THE GREGG LAWN MOWERS and SELF DUMPING HORSE HAY
EMERSON «& TALCOTT’S combined standard reaper and mower.
EMER.SOM & TALCOTT’S .Standard Mower.
THE THOMAjS'Miioothing and revolving harrows.
THE ACME HARROW, harrows, plows, pulverizes and covers grain a
proper depth, not hing better iu market.
THE OLIVER CHILLED TURN PLOW, tbe lightest draft and best turn
er, tried with a Dynonieter at our state tairs.-
THE BOY DIXIE and S YAUUSE PLOWS’.
THE FARQUHAR COTTON A'EELi PLANTER,
THE SPRING TOOTH NULKEY HARROW and CULTIVATOR, re
move the two center teeth aud cultivate your crops.
SAW MILLS, GRINT MILLS, SHINGLE MACHINES, ‘Evaporators,
Cotton Presses, Stump Pullers, «fcc,
J. N. MONTGOMERY,
Broad Street, next door to S C Dobbs, ATHENS, GA.
vorkmeo. Call and M.
No. S18 Jackson Street, Near Bell Tower, Au
gust*, Ga., (tarnish sod pat ap
All Kinds of
The leading Scientists of do-d»T agree that
moot diseases ue caused by disorderedKidneys
or Diver. If, therefore, the Kidney* sud Liv
er are kept in perfect order, perfect health will
be the result. This troth bar, only been known
s short time *nd for yean peopla suffered great
agony without being able to and relief The
discovery of Werner’s Sale Kidney and Liver
Core manes a new eta in the treatment ot these
troubles. Made from a simple trop’cal leaf of
raro value, li contains just the elements neoes-
eary tu nourish and invigor.de both of these
great orjrans, and lately restore and keep them
Vu order. It is * POSITIVE Kenedy for sit
tne diseases that esnse puns In the lowe* part
of the body—for Torpid Liver, Headaches,
Jaundice, Dizziness, Gravel, Fever, Arne. Ma
larial Fever, aud all difficulties of the Kidneys,
Liver and Urinary Organs.
It is an excellent and safe remedy for females
during Pragnmncy. It will control Menstrua
tion and iolnvalnable for LenooRhtaa or Fail
ing of the womb.
As a Blood Purifier it Is unequaled, for it
cures the organs that make the bl-od.
This Remedy, which has done each wooden,
is put np in the Largest Sited Bottle ot any
medicine upon the market, and laaoldbydrog-
iriata and all dealers at $1.Z3 tor bottle. For
Diabetes, enquire for WARNERVS SAFE DI
_ H. WARh'KU *
It la a positive remedy.
CO.i Boeheater, X. I.
The Great'Temperance Reformer, la doing a
great and noble work, but there is
in’Athins, whose work for exceods all, other
work of the kind, now done in Athena.J
is the man to tee, if you want genuine southern
work, that will bej’r the teat. Don't boy wag
ons until yon see l a turnons
Benson Wagon X
which is cresting snch a revolution In -the one
and two-horse wagon business in Athens and
oil the oonntiee in Northeast Georgia.
For aals at my shop, or at Chilili, N'okerson,
No, >18 Jackson Streat. Near Bell Tower, An
gnsta, Ga., sel'
No. $18 Jackson Street. Near Bell Tower, An-
gosta, Ga., famish and put np C
All Kinds of
No. 818 Jaekson Street Near Bell Tower, Ao-
gnsta, Ga^ Manufacture andaeli
PENDLETON & BRO.,
Nos. *18,617 and tt» Kollock Street,
O UR Foundry and Machine Works, which were
destroyed by fir* In July, have been rebuilt,
enlarged, and mmiahed with new tool*. We can
furnish IKON A.\U BIUSK CAUTKWt AXD H
CHIKKBT of all description* at reasonable prii
and of Um beatqnnllty. Wn would cull at tent!
* ur specialties, “
A, P. TRIPOD,
SXGXT, FRESCO and HOUSE PAX27TEE’
13 SOUTH BROAD ST, A-TXiA-XsTT^., GA.
' ’ — DEALER IN
' 'Window ©lass,
Descriptive List and 1
Steam & Hydraulic,
mm OFJALL KINDS. . . ’
318 JACK80NJST", AUGUST^, 3A.
Having accepted ths Agency ot tho shove are
now prepared to (tarnish and arrest them.;
HOLLOW WAHE, FEED GUTTERS.
Circular, Hand and Cross Cut Saws, Com SheUers. the
celebrated _ '
W att Plows, Hor c and Mule Shoes, Rubber and
— Leather Beltings.
Harness and Leather Cotton,
SISAL ROPES AND CORDAGE, SHOE FINDINGS, HARNESS Ol?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS. ETC. n.| «-wr(
THE LADIES’ FAVOKITR.
Notice to Builders.
Aram, Ga^ Feb. IT, K8S,
bo received until March tl, ‘
1883, lor the building of the chapel lor the
Lucy Cobb Institute, in ~
Because it ^ie the Lightest Banning,
The moat quiet; nukoqt’ie pretiirst atitoh; (and hts
mors conveniences thansuy^other il.ichine.
It ia warranted fiyayeara,and liaMi* taaleatlto sa’t,
and give* the beet satisfaction oi any
machine in tiinjmurket.
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Intending purchaser* hr» eolioited to eiinvne ft bo-
.lore bnyiiig. Responsible dealers wanted/
. in «1) unooenpied territory.
Proposals will be
.888, lor the build__ _ . .
juoy Cobb Institute, in Athens, Ga.
Plans and sped flections may be seen Ion ap-
pl’eationto the untlenigu-d.
The right reserved to rejec^anj^end all bids
4IId;twCt |S wretary Boird of Trances.
J. D. & T. F. SMITH,
'S55S W bole -ale ami Retail Dealers, •. ’ -j
59JBROADJSTREET, ATLANTA, JGA,
w C, D. MoPfoZS, Ag©»t, Athens, GaJ