I 'l ii i@> reserved for
ARNOLD A CO,
tWlio are tilling up their store with fall and winter .gioA. They have big lot of Bagging imd Tir v
rady tobwap up /(his crop of eotton. They will th 4 V?arniers gdt the top of the market,
intend that Winded will pay as much for cotton as any other town in G<feorg’a, Atlanta and Athens not
Several went to Athens on the excur
sion Saturday night.
Mr. R. L. Hc/use, of Statham, was in
the city Tuesday.
Mr. R L. Rogers has returned and
will buy cotton here this season.
Mrs. Chamblee, of Jacksonville, Fla,
visited Mrs. S. L. Carter this week.
Dr. J. M. Bosworth h3S returned to
Miss Bettie Kidd, of Jefferson, has
returned to enter Winder Ins itute.
Mr. L. J. McElhannon went to At
lanta Tuesday on business.
Mr. I. E. Teagle has r j turned to his
home at Luthersville.
Mr. and Mrs. H J. Garrison spent
Sunday at Hosclxton.
Miss Ida Shipley, of Atlanta, is visi
ting Mrs. E L. McDaniel on Candler
'''Aire. C. 'M.^'dvgusdiir l Vio'.aug' ivt
Gainesville this week.
Mrs. E. M. Edwards after a pleasant
visit to relatives in Walton county has
Miss Birdie Wood, of Dacula, is the
guest of Rev. and Mrs. H. N. Rainey
j 1 this week.
Messrs. John ;*llsaps, Jim Segars,
Obe Smith and Jim Ethridge played
bail at Hoschton Saturday.
Messrs. J. J. and C. H. Horton, are
up from Milan this week, the guests of
Miss Eula Middlebrooks, of Farming
ton has returned to Winder, &nd will
enter Winder Institute.
Mr. G. W. Griffeth and family, of
Dodd City, Tex., are visiting relatives
here for several weeks.
Miss Alice Cunningham, of Adairs
ville, arrived ill the city this week atjd
will enter Winder Institute.
Hodges, Camp, Arnold & Cos., sell
good Rice 33 pounds for SI.OO.
Any cne w suing to buy slmats or pigs
will do well to see Jas. L. M. Gunniu
Mrs. Fannie Wright and children, of
I^otne, are visiting friends and relatives
-Q°'\city for several days.
g/jh, B Middlebrooks, of Farming-
Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.
t. C. Poole.
■Mr. E A. Starr has returned after
leading several days with his parents
I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stephens after
/isiting Mr. and Mrs. J- R- Arnold for
several days have returned-hcme.
Miss Clara McGaughey, of Monroe,
i, visiting Miss Sallie Jackson this
The little folksjhad a sociable at the
residence of Mrs. McElroy Wednesday
night. It was highly enjoyed by all
Messrs. Fred Wayne and Homer
Crossly, of Monroe, visited Misses Mat.
tie and Claud Coker last Sunday even.
Mr. S. R. Campbell, of Monti cello, is
in the city. He will have charge of the
Planters Warehouse this season for
Benton Bros. <& Withan. See his card
Mr. S. L. Carter is at home this week
Miss Daisy Bash has returned homo
after spending several weeks visiting
relatives at Carlton.
We are sorry to chronicle the illness
of Mr. H C. Betts, and hope he may
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs J.
H. Stewart died last Friday night. They
have the sympathy of their many friends
in thier bereavement.
Grapes for sale—lo,ooo pounds by
J. M. Jackson, Winder, Ga.
Miss Janie Luper, of Gainesville,
passed through the city Monday enroute
to North Carolina.
Buy the celebrated Standard Sawing
Machine from Hodges, Camp, Arnold
& Cos. Nothing better.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wright died last Monday. Its remains
were laid to rest in the cemetery at
Cedar Creek church Tuesday afternoon.-
We extend to the bereaved family our
C. Will Fisher, Photographer, from,
Dyjmoyest, Gi.. wi]’ -v>n be V : n Winder
'w&PpiioWgfaphile work. Hh under
| stands his business and does good work.
Save agents profits
by buying Pianos, Or -
gans and Sewing Ma
chines at Conaway’s
Music House, Athens.
Six weeks ago I suffered with a very
j severe cold; was alino.*, unable to speak.
My friends all advised me to consult a
physician. Noticing Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy advertised in St. Paul
Yolks Zeiitung I procured a bottle, and
after taking it a short while was entirely
well. I now most heartily recommend
this remedy to anyone suffering with a
cold. Wm. Keil, fUS Selby Ave., St.
Paul, Minn. For sale by H. C. Poole
Druggist, Winder, Ga.
I Just received, car of
S nce 1878 there have been nine epi
demics of dysentery in different parts
of the country in which Chamberlain’s
Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy was
used with perfect success. Dysentery
when epidemic, is almost a severe and
dangerous as Asiatic cholera. Hereto
fore the best efforts of the most skilled
physicians have failed to check its rav
ages, this remedy, however has cured
the mest magnilant cases, both of chil
dren and adults, and under the most
trying conditions, which proves it to be
the best medicine in the world for bow
el.complaints. For saia by H. C. Poole,
druggist, Winder Ga.
Any one having one hundred or one
hundred and fifty acres of well improved
land for sale for cash will do well to
call on the undersigned.
J. ,J. Moore.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by H. C.
[By J. H. Bailßy ]
In memory of Miss Lizzie Opholja
Gnnuin daugoter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
L M. Gunmn, who died Jane 27th 1896,
aged 17 years, 2 months and 0 days
As her instructor and one well ac
quainted with her it is pleasant for us
to say that she has left behind her, ex
amples which many of us would do well
Mi.-s Ophelia joined the Methodist
Episcopal church when about 12 years
of age aud since that time she had been
devoted to its ordinances.
She was regular jaud prompt in her
place At Sunday School and a groat love
er of good iicerature as shown from ihe
selections which sh has lain away,
gathering as she did the very richest.
At home or abroad she was kind and
gentle, to kuow her was to love her, and
omy those who knew her best, knew
test how to appreciate her life.
To the family in their sorrow we ex
tend our .sympathy an pray that God
may smile upon them from the throne
iu the skies aud help them to !, ar tli’is
Vml dispensation wr.'Jh pAtiencwJlook .n;-, 1
Auto .k-Ju, 1® Vu V 1
The large attendance which *inet \the
corps at old Bethlehem to pay she last
tribute of respect, showed that her
friends reached as far as she was known.
Rev. J. D. Milton preached an im
pressive and touching sermon and
warned the living to prrparo for the
Farewell Ophelia we miss you here
but we feel sure that the angels will be
proud of their new companion. Rest in
your sweet abode until we shall meet
you and all gather at the river that
flows by tae throne of God.
A sample ui her selections of poetry:
Lord, speak to me, that 1 may speak
In living echoes ot thy tone;
As thou Uasc sought so let me seek
Tny erring cmldren, lost and lone.
O, lead me. Lord, that I may lead 1
The wanutruig and the wrvermg feet;
O, leed me Lord, that I may teed
Thy hungering ones with manna
O, strengthen me, ijliat while I stand
Firm on the rock, and strong iu thor,
I may stretch out a loving hand
To wrestlers wit a tae troubled sea.
O, teach me, Lord, that I may teach
The precious ihiugs thou oust impart;
And wing my w-ur.is that they may
The hiduen depths of many a heart.
O, give thine own sweet rest to me,
That I may speak with soothing pow er
A word m season, as from thee
To weary one* iu needuiLiqji.%
O, fill me with thy fullness, Lord
Until my very heart o’erflow
Id kindling thought and glowing word
Thy love to tell, thy praise to.show.
O, use me Lord—use even me,
Just as thou wilt, when and where,
Until thy blestsed face 1 see,
Thy rest, thy joy, thy glory to share.
—Frances Ridley Huvergul.
The trustees of Bold Spring school
are requested to meet at Bold Springs
on the first Saturday iu Sept, at 2
o’clock p. m. to select a teacher for said
school. Applications may be handed
to either of the trustees. No one need
apply except first grade teachers.
JB M P. Wooo.
Jl Pret Trustees.
July 5. 1896.
Old papers for sale
at+his office 15 ets.
To The Planters
Of Jackson, Walton and Gwinnett:
Having leased the Planters Cotton Ware
house at Winder we will be prepared to
handle all of your cotton tins season iu
a most satisfactory manner.
It will cost you nothing to have your
cotton weigiied here and will give you
five days free storage—tiuu in wiitcii
to sell to the best advantage.
After five and; ys it will cost you 25
cents oer mouthstorag; and lOcmts per
month insurance, per bale Cotton
weighed by an expert aud sworn scales
Bank of Winder will loan money oil
S. R. Campbell,
The trustees of Steed's Academy will
receive application from teachers until
Friday, bept 4ci>, aniPwill elect a teach
er on that clay ior anotner year.
R. N. Pentecost, G. W. Hammond,
MY litr'e bfi-j ,viien two << ?:jy of eg/
was taken veif .ill with b',dirty flux 1
was advised cJuse Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Run j dy, anil
luckily procuredjpart of a hot tie. I care
fully read the directions and gave it ac
cordingly. He was very low, but slow
ly and surely he began to improve,
gradually recovered, and is stout and
strong as ever. I feel sure it saved him.
I never can praise the Remedy half its
worth. lam sorry every one in the
world does not know how good it is,
as I do—Mrs. Linaß. Hintou, Grahams
ville, Marion Cos., Florida. For sale by
H C. Pode, Winder Ga.
Mr. H. F. Elliott and Miss Dora At
taway, of Mulberry, wore united in
marriage last Sunday morning at the
residence of Rev. H. N. Rainey, in this
city. The ceremony was performed, in
his usual happy stvle. oy Rev. H N.
Rainey, after which h • y -iri on min
-departed for their hr n
THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE M’F’6 CO,
A. Grade, Leather Tod, - $85,00.
A. Grade quarto Leather To]). - SBO,OO.
B. Grade Leather T< p, $75.00.
B. Grade quarto Leather Top, - $70.00.
B. Grade Rubber Top, - *67.60.
The Acme quarto Leather Top * * * $57.50.
The Acme Rubber Top. - $50.00.
furnish any kind of Spring or Top wanted.
If you want a GOOD I can snve you money on it.
B* P. WIMiIAM®, Winder, Ga.
Walton Committee Meeting.
The excutive committee of the the
People’s Party of Walton county and
the oauuidates of said party are request
ed to meet in Monroe, Tuesday, Aug,
Voth, at 10 o’clock. Important business
—let everyone be present.
H. H. G. Preston.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junotion City
11.., was told by her doctors site had
Consumption and that there was no hope
for her - out two bottles Dr. King’s New
Discovery completely cured her and she
say icsiivert her life. Mr. Thos, Eggers.
fill! Florma San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, aoproaohing Con
sumption. tried withous result every
thing el<e men bought one bottle of Dr.
King’s New Discovery audio twe weeks
was cured. He ua'urully thankful. It
is sucn results, oi wlnon ihosj are sam
ples, that prove the wonderful efficacy
of un uiuuicine in Coughs and Coals.
Free irial tootles at H. u. Poole’s, Drug
Store. Regular size 50c. andOO.
Mr. T. C. Conaway, of Athens, was
in oho eit" this week. , /
Col. Mahaffey’s Appomtments.
Diamond Hill (at night) August 19th.
Jones’ Chapel 3 p in. “ 20th.
Clarksboro 3 p m “ 22ud
Hrschton 3p m. “ 2fith
Wir.dtr 2p m Sept. sth.
Send your adores* to H E. Buoklenox
Cos., Chicago, and g-ta tree sample box
of Dr, King’s New Life P.lls A trial
will convince you of th'-ir merits.
These pill are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the of Constipa
tion and Sick Headache: For Malaria
and Liver troubles they nave been
proved invaluable- They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from e verv del
eterions substance and to be pu rely veg
etable. They do not weaken bv their
action, but by giving tone to stomach
and b> wils greatly invigorate the svs
t<m Regu .tr size 25c. per box, Sold
oy 1 C rino'ii, Druggist.