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W’ffdncMlß.v. July ll.ltfl.
BENSON & McGILL. Editor*.
A. G. McCUBRY, Associate Editor.
House ok Representatives, \
ATLANTA, Ga., July 28, 1879. )
Messrs. Editors: Since our last noth
ing of vast importance has developed itself.
Good raius have continued to bless the
earth and cause the parched vegetation to
leap forth in joy at the precious iniluencc
of the life-giving power.
The General Assembly has pursued the
even tenor of its way in the following man
ner: Monday, the Senate read the thud
time and passed a number of bills. In the
House the regular order of calling the roll
for the introduction of new Blatter was
gone through with.
Tuesday, in the Senate a bill amending the
law of carrying deadly weapons to public
gatherings was discussed and passed. The
bill makes it penal to carry deadly weap
ons to places of worship, courts of justice
and election precincts, leaving out “ and
other public gatherings,” as provided by
the present law. A sharp debate arose as
to whether the friendly and usually harm
less razor should be anathematized under
this law, but it was stricken out, and the
rnzor can be carried to campmeetings, Ac.,
with impunity. A bill to prohibit all con
tracts in the shape of “futures,” being
the special order, after some debate was
passed. In the House the call of the roll
for the introduction of bills was continued.
A bill authorizing the trustees of the Lu
natic Asylum to use 825,000 of the unex
pended appropriation in repairing and en
larging the Asylum having been reported
favorably by the finance committee, was
taken up and passed.
Wednesday, the Senate adopted a reso
lution accepting lot donated by Atlanta for
a c apitol. The bill to prohibit futures wes
reconsidered, amended and adopted. In
the House, the special order being the re
port of the committee appointed to inves
tigate the motives and conduct of the Gov
ernor in endorsing the bonds of the North
eastern Jtailroad, was taken up. The sub
stitute that was offered providing for
spreading the report on the journal and
discharging the committee was lost on a
viva r orr vote, the yeas and nays not being'
recorded. A motion to indefinitely post
pone was defeated. A sharp and spirited
debate arose over the adoption of uk: re
port. The report of the committee was
adopted. The unfinished business, the'
call of the roll for the introduction of new
matter was resumed.
Thursday, tlio Senate passed a bill re
quiring property to be given in tor taxes
m the county where it is situated. In the
House, a motion was made to reconsider
the action of the House in adopting the
report of the Gqycrnor'a investigating
committee, Mr. Phillips, of Cobb, led
the opposition in this move by presenting
a substitute, which ho proposed to offer in
case of reconsideration, declaring that
while the evidence failed to show any im
pure motive on the part of the Governor,
} r et his endorsement under the circum
stances was jll-advised, and his failure to
nunt-Trith indignation the appfaaU—a of
Murphy was such as a people jealous of
their rights could not endorse. Mr. Phil
lips supported the motion to reconsider in
an aide speech. The yeas and nays being
ordered on a motion to lay-the motion to.
reconsider on the table resulted as follows
—yeas, 5)2 ; nays, 68. So the motion to
reconsider was defeated. A bill to estab
lish the Middle Georgia Military and Ag
ricultural College was taken up. The
House went into a committee oT the whole
House to consider the bill, audit consumed
the remainder of the day’s session.
Friday, the Senate took up the North
eastern bond report, and it was considera
bly discussed on Friday and Saturday.
Senator Camming, one of the accomplished
leaders of the Senate is opposed to the
Senate having anything to do with it. The
vote will probably be reached to-day. in
the House the roll was called far the im
troduction of new matter. House passed
a bill allowing tax collectors to collect lax
Saturday, the House disposed of a large
number of bills which had been adversely
reported on by the respective committees
■to which they were referred by agreeing to
the reports of the committees and con
signing the bills to the waste basket.
lion. A. H. Stephens is is AW city the
guest of Mr. Fitsitninons. He visited the
Senate chamber on Thursday and the-
House Friday. Kach body adjourned a
short time for the purpose off interchang
ing greetings with the great ** Commoner.
He addressed a few remarks to each body.
Ho has consented to address the General
Assembly m joint session in the Repro
rentativo Hall to-day at half after twelve
o'clock. Mr. Stephens seems to be m
better health than he lias been for some
lime, and indications are that be will vet
be spared many years for the serviccofthe
great State he loves so dearly, and which
has always delighted to honor her noble
and gifted son. We do nod thiuk that Mr.
Stephens' visit to the Capital kss any po
We have forgotton whether wc informed
you that the dog law was indefinitely post
poned, and the committee ou education
will report against the passage of the Mof
fett bell punch.
The first bill reported te the House by
committee on corporations was the Hart
well Railroad bill, which they recommend
do pass. More anon. A. G. McO.
HKTKEXCUMENT IN A HOltN.
"Whenever the Legislature wishes to
make a show of retrenchment, it begins
by cutting down the county otliccrs' mea
gre salaries and the printers’ insignificant
fees. This is all bosh, and intended to
blind the people. Why don't they strike
at the big salaries of the Stale officers
and the per dicta of the members of
the Legislature ? Begin llie reform and re
trenchment at the Capital don't take the
little end first.
Hour weuld this sound : A bill to regu
late lawyers" foes in estate eases.
■One of the most notable of current po
litical events is Gcn’l B. F. Kuilcr's an
nouncement of himself as a candidate for
Governor of Massachusetts. On what was
to a great extent a personal canvass the
General last year received 110,000 votes,
the largest number ever given in the State
to a defeated candidate, and more than any
candidate ever received except in the year
of a Presidential election. The General
has tremendous energy, a great legal rep-
utation, and has a personal following in his
State larger by far than any other man.
This much maybe said of him fairly. The
whole world knows his faults, lie will
probably be defeated, but lie will give life
to the campaign.
Irwin county has a voting population of
Whitewash is selling high in Atlanta at
McGinty has commenced work on the
new jail at Gainesville.
Atlanta is tilling up with yellow fever
refugees from Memphis.
The Cartcrsvillo Express has anew,
neat and attractive heading.
A horse kicked a negro boy 8 years old
to death in Lexington recently.
The Augusta Evening News says Alex
Stephens does not wish to be Governor.
Miss Wattic, daughter of Judge Pottle,
is quite ill, says the Warrcnton Clipper.
We learn from the News that Toccoa is
receiving consignments of yellow fever
Lightning struck a negro cabin in War
ren county recently, killing one and wound
ing live others.
The venerable Hr. Lovick Pierce is very
sick at his home in Sparta. It is feared he
will not recover.
Governor Colquitt gave the members of
the Legislature a grand reception on the
night of the 21th.
King Grant, the Once—how would that
sound '/ “ A boss ! a hoss !—my kingdom
for a h—hie—hoss !”
The Oglethorpe Echo thinks legislators
ought not to accept free passes on the rail
roads; that it savors of bribery.
New York city is becoming very much
alarmed over the large number of yellow
fever cases that are befng brought there.
The Gainesville Eagle gives the unparal
elled case of four brothers-in-law dividing
an estate that was left them without get
The llawkinsvillc Dispatch suggests Col.
Marcellus Thornton, the great “ independ
ent ” bell wether as a yellow fever nurse
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens is the conquer
ing hero in Atlanta, and the Atlantese are
doing their level best to entertain the
The yellow fever is still on the increase
in Memphis. There are about 1,600 inhab
itants remaining in the city, of whom
1,200 are negroes.
The Legislature can find fraud knee
deep but can't find the perpetrators. It
should employ an efficient corps of detec
tives to ferret them out.
Several Georgia cities have quarantined
Memphis. That city has reduced its pop
ulation to 16,000, and there is not provis
ions enough to last them two weeks.
Tire Buena Vista Argus has been pre
sented with a hen egg with a soft shell and
a tail ft inches long like a rattlesnake's.
That might be called an eggstra attach
Marcell us Thornton’* independent or
ganized convention flashed in the pan.
Marcy will have to eat a few more part
ridges before foe becomes a heavy weight
/ Jol.ii Ootoyr'am •‘Wtshinaff, fell nver a
precipice 150 feet high on Morris mountain,
New .Jersey, on the 24th. His body was
mashed to a jelly and his brains scattered
over the rocks.
Wgletlwrpe Eelra: During the big lire
in Chicago someone askod Gen. Toombs
for the news. “ Chicago is burning like
hell,” was the -reply, "and tho wind is
still in our favor.”
The oilier day Atlanta heard a boy ora
tor, Eddie Hawkins, only six years old,
make a speech of three quarters of an hour.
He is a Ur heel, and is going to Ohio to
take part in the political campaign.
On the night of the 22d, a girl thirteen
years old was so badly burned in Atlanta
that she diod. Site was pouring oil in a
lighted lamp. The house was also con
sumed. Another kerosene warning.
We are glad to note two fearless, out
spoken newspapers in Georgia, who are
not afraid <*f the world, the flesh, the devil
nor the Governor —these napers are the
Oglethorpe Echo and the Warrenton
Warrentoa Clipper: We first formed
our opposition to Colquitt when he made
that poor Sabbath-school speech here about
one year and a half ago. We then decided
that he was not fit to be Governor. We
set hiva down as a good sort of an old wo
man, and events have not changed our
A fiend in human shapo who goes by
the name <of ” Babe ” Cochran attempted
to rape his niece only 12 years old near
Stockbridge one day last week. The little
girl managed to break loose from the
scoundrel and escape before lie accom
plished bis design. Hemp needs stretching
in that section.
Gainesville Eagle: Invective, abuse,
inuendo and wholesale denunciation arc
very poor stock in trade for a newspaper,
and the editor who has nothing else ought
to go out and scrub the mange of jealousy
from his callous hide and hire a stomach
pump long enough to hoist the bile out of
iiis festering carcass.
Oglethorpe Echo : Our stomach fairly
sickens at the corruption being unearthed
in Atlanta. Stir where it may, the Legis
lature finds a putrid odor, encircling all
within its bounds. Half of the time of
this body is consumed in discovering vil
lainy and in whitewashing the perpetrators
—as a sort of disinfectant we presume.
Henry Fajot, who died at Bay St. Louis,
recently, was 117 years old. The Sunday
before iiis death, as usual, he walked to
church, a distance of nearly a mile. 11c
was a plow-boy when the declaration of
independence was put forth in 1777, and
fie had a distinct recollection of the event.
He had also seen in his youth Mr. George
On the 25th a butting match occurred be
tween Charles Burlington and Bod Brooks,
two negroes, at Greenville, N. C., for a
prize of $450 and the champion cap. The
contest raged for t wo hours, when Burling
ton caved in at ad to be carried from
the field, leaving Brooks the champion enp
and *l5O. Burlington’s injuries were so
severe that he died in a few hours after
Warrenton Clipper : The recommenda
tion of the Augusta Chronicle, to run Hon.
Alexander 11. Stephens for Governor of
Georgia, is a clear indication that that jour
nal intends to stand with the Clipper
against the re-nomination of Gov. Colquitt.
When the time comes, we believe that
some other substantial journals will do the
same. The inevitable is before us. The
question is, shall one man be vindicated
and the (Democratic party destroyed or
vice versa f A party that will destroy itself
to preserve a weak and doubtful case, is
not itself worthy of preservation. A party
that will hold to a weaker Governor than
Bullock, sinks beneath the party it has de
stroyed. This is strong language but not
stronger than facts and truth.
A gentleman and his sister from Mem
phis reached Augusta last Tuesday and
stopped at a friend’s house. The Chief of
Police, on hearing of their arrival, immedi
ately notified them that they must leave
the city, which they did, crossing over the
river and taking up their abode in Ham
Hamburg is an old, dilapidated town op
posite Augusta, in South Carolina, inhab
ited principally by negroes. There is one
redeeming trait in the negro character
which is far ahead of his white brother :
In times of epidemic they will risk their
lives in waiting upon the sick. Asa gen
eral rule, white folks are afraid to visit a
plain case of bilious fever, for fear they
might catch it. This is all foolishness.
When God Almighty wants them they
have got to go, and the scary devils are the
very first to kick the bucket, which is just
as it should be.
Atlanta Dispatch 26th inst.: Martin De
foor, an old man seventy-four years old.
was found with his wife dead in their beds
this morning. Mr. Defoor has been ferry
man for a number of years, tending tne
ferry across the Chattahoochee river about
seven miles from the city on the Marietta
road. It is supposed that the party who
committed the deed were concealed in the
house, and sometime during the night used
an axe in cutting the throats of their vic
tims. The object of this murder canuot
now be determined, as no great amount of
money was missing. A lamp was left
burning on the bed in a back room, leaning
against the pillow, which it failed to ignite.
The officers arc scouring the country
around and are now on the track.
Warrcnton Clipper: “ Two brothers
and two sisters of our fellow citizen, Mr.
Cornelius Jordan, weighed altogether in a
huddle the other day, ami they netted 1,-
0!>0 pounds. The group lives in Washing
ton county. They have another sister in
Albany, Ga. Cornelius, the youngest and
lightest of the family, lives in Warren, and
weighs at times 215 pounds.”
What is the use of weighing a bundle of
such folks ? It don’t make any difference
how fat they arc, it is agin the law to kill
fat folks for food, and as a general thing
they are good for nothing else.'
Ilawkinsville Dispatch : Some of the
barren little counties of North and North
east Georgia send men to the Legislature
with very extravagant views. They are
ever ready to vote away the people’s
money, and yet some of these little coun
ties hardly pay enough tax into the State
treasury to defray the per diem and mile
age expenses of their members in the Gen
The Atlanta Dispatch says : “ Last night
the executive mansion was aglow with fair
women and handsome men, the occasion
being a reception given by Governor and
Mrs. Colquitt to the members of the Gen
eral Assembly and their families.”
We are glad our Governor has gratitude,
for we do think tho Legislature deserves a
frolic of some sort at his hands.
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f 1 FOI&fIA—HATtT COUNTY.
I X Ordinary’ office, July 30, 1879. James J. Ray,
administrator on the estate of Win. C. Ray, late of
said county, deceased, has applied for leave to sell
the land belonging to said estate to pay the debts
and for distribution ; all persons concerned are
therefore notified to tile their objections, if any exist,
on or beforo the first Monday in September, 1879,
else leavo to sell will be granted.
F. C. STEPHENSON, Ordinary.
(1 EOUGIA—HART COUNTY.
X Ordinary*a office, July 30, 1870. Michael John
son, Executor on the estate of John Isoin, late of
said County, dot'cawed, has applied for leave to sell
the land lslijongiug to said estate to pay debts ami
for distribution ; all persons concerned are therefore
notified to file their ohie< tions, if any exist, on or be
fore the first Monday in September, 1879, else leave
to sell will be granted.
F. C. STEPHENSON, Ordinary.
NOTICE FOIt LEAVE TO SELL,
ixl Application has been math; to the Court of
Ordinary of Hart County, Georgia, by C. A. Webb,
Administrator of F. K. Harrison, deceased. of An
derson County, S. C., for leave to sell all the lands
belonging to deceased in said State. Notice is here
by given to all persons interested to show cause why
said leave should not be granted at tho next Au
gust term of said Court.. Given under my hand and
official signature, this Juno 30th. 1879.
F. C. STEPHENSON, Ordinary.
Dr. R. P. Sorrells
HAS located in the town of Koyston, and will
practice bis profession in the surrounding
country. He attended courses of lectures in the
medical colleges of Philadelphia and Augusta, of
which he is a graduate. Owing to the depression
in money matters, he lias concluded to reduce his fees
to one-half, and patients living over five miles from
his location will only be charged for five miles. He
will be found at the residence of Mr. Eppy Ponds,
when not professionally absent. 154
! OLD AND RELIABLE,
SDk. Sanford’s Liver Invioorator! !
Jas a Standard Family Remedy for !
! diseases of tko Liver, Stomach aSfiflra' J
I [and Bowels.—lt is jL ]
j It is
:W.V A N"!-si 01
\ fj l'Ha i>ivti lit.,l^l
in 113 7 practice]!
dj gsy and by the public,]!
.3 | a for more than 35 years,]!
; 3 'with unprecedented results.^
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.J
|S. T. W, SANFORD, M.D.,
5 Alt BKl'caur WJUi TSU. TOC ITS urvunox. <
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS 11
ATLANTA STORE 8
"fit ,T=3"E!T3rroir. G-IEOD=3<3“X-A-*-
'HL.LK m "■‘.l. 11 .. 11
To the Citizens of Elbert on and Surrounding Counties:
I lake thi. method of informing yon that I have loaned tho now .tore house of John D. James, on tho northwest corner of tho Public Squar., at Klbsrtoß,
Ga., and opened on the Ist day of May ___
THE LARGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
Press Goods, Fancy Goods Notions, Hosiery, Trimmings, Huts, Shoes $ Millinery Goods
where to Cuy. I think I wpte assured that 1 w ill always place before you good and reliable goods, to
ffl d t£?K5S HhS ami fair dealing I hope to he favored with your patronage,
IN MY DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT will bo found a well "elected stock
in American and Imi>orted goods. Cashmeres, Alapacas and Grenadines.
WHITE GbODS DEPARTMENT—Is complete—attractive prices.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT —Here will be found an ele
gant line to Kid, Lisle and Silk. 1. 2 and ;i buttons, in tho latest styles. Hosiery
in striped solid and white from 5 cents up.
MY NOTION DEPARTMENT is full and complete, comprising novelties too
numerous to mention—come and see.
CORSETS ! CORSETS!—From 25 cents to $1.23.
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR.—Here I can save you money. A good fit
guaranteed, made from the best muslin. No us© in letting your wives sew their
fingers off when 1 can sol! you a shirt for what the material will cost you.
SHOE AND SLIPPER DEPARTMENT —ln Fox. Button, Front and Side
Laces in Child’s, Misses’, Ladies’, Boys’ and Men’s. Every pair guaranteed to
give satisfaction. No Shoddy or paper trash allowed to creep into this depart
SH&UIStXSnr ©ISPIhJ&IT 8
and experience. Remember the place- Jarnos’ new store.
A. G. HITCH IMS, Elberton, Ga
USE THIS BRAND.
Trade Mark Registered February 12, 1878.
99 25-100 CHEMICALLY PURE.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Anfl Setter tian any Saleratus.
One teaspoonful of this Soda used with sour
milk equals Four teaspoonfuls of the
best Baking Powder, saving
Twenty Times its cost.
See package for valu
If the teaspoonful is too large and docs
not produce food results at
first, use less afterwards. 131
HARTWELL HIGH SCHOOL
S. M. 8080, Principal Female Depm’t.
S. >Y. PEEK, “ Male “
rpHE FALL SESSION opens on MONDAY,
1 JUNE 23d, 1879, and continues five Scholastic
Rates of Tuition Ter Month.
Fourth Class— Spoiling, Reading, Writing 81.5(1
Third “ —Arithmetic, Geog. Gram., (com.) 2.50
Second " —Higher English Branches 3.00
First “ —Higher Math., Classics, ice 3.50
One-Half Tuition will be dne at the beginning of
the session. Pupils will be charged from time of en
tering until close of session, and no deductions will
be made, except in cases of protracted illness.
This School has many advantages that recommend
it to Parents and Gnanlians—
The locality is remarkably healthy, and the moral
ity of the place is unsurpassed in any town in the
Board ran bo obtained witli good families at from
Five to Seven Dollars per month.
Only Ten miles from Elberton Air Line Railroad
with daily mail line.
Strict rules of discipline will l>o enforced, ami any
pupil, too large to be dealt with otherwise, will he
expelled and not suffered to enter the School again,
A music class will be taught by a competent
For further Information apply to either of the
a-| OAA returns in 30 days on 8100 invested
OIUU Official Reports and information free.
I.ike profits weekly on Stock options of $lO to SSO.
Address. T. Potter Wlff hi A Cos., Hankers. 35
Wall Street, New York. 154
It 1 Fie KM, SHOT OtTßm, REVOLVERS.
Address Great Western Gun Works, Pittsburg, Pa.
A GREAT OFFER !
mur> npwnnls. not used year. iw
new : wHrrnntcd, NKW PIAVOSundOK*
ASN si EXTRAORDINARY low prices
for cat It. Cat a log tie* Mnilctl. HORACE
WATERS, til.. 40 East 14,1 t Nt., A' *..
P. O. Bow, 35.10.
YD 1 rYPICiI Invested in Wall Street
yld I stocks makes fortunes every
monlh. T’.iiok sent free explaining everything. Ad
dress BAXTER A CO., lUXKKRS, 17 Wall Street,
SANFORD’S JAMAICA 6INGER.
Ainrnniun The only romfiination of llie
SAnrUnll a true Jamaica Ginger witli choice
wn " w Aromatics and French Brandy
for Cholera, Cholera Morbus.
('ramps and Pains, Diarrhoea and
I M3 A! P u Dysentery. Dyspepsia. Flatnlen
wHltlHl wn rv. Want of Tone and Activity in
the Stomach and Bowels, and
avoiding the dangers of Change
CIUCrD of Water, Food and Climate.
UIIID L n , Ask for
Sanford's Jamaica Ginger.
Application having been made to the Court of
Ordinary of Xlart County. Georgia, for the establish
ment of anew public road in said Connty, commenc
ing at Rev. Asa Avery's Ferry on the Tugalo River,
thence along the rood now used to intersect the
Hartwell read at or near John Bakers, said read
having been mark,si out and a report thereof made
to said court in manner prescribed by law. notice
is hereby given to all persons that on and after .the
23d day of August. 1871*. an onler will be passed
finally' granting said road to be open,si as a pubic
road.'it no good cause is shown to the .etmJ-ravv,
Witness ray hand and official signature, tltis July
FRED C. STEPHENSON. Ordinary.
Robertson, Taylor t£ Cos.
(SUCCESSORS TO GEO. AY. WILLIAMS & CO.)
COTTON FACTORS, WHOLESALE GROCERS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
1 ,t :s ii vynf. street, charleston, s. c.,
Will give all business their most careful attention. Consignments solicited.
ARM WITH HAMMER, BRAND.
x SOMETHING NEW!
/; 4 GOOD AND CHEAP!
Cm i I ri u TOAP I
15fv *4 / iLI lisMr ■
j 50 CENTS.
MUMSKc ~~> !! ■ N* Benson & Cos,
COTTON GIN COMPANY,
ARE MANUFACTURING THE
“ Daniel Pratt Cotton Gin,”
With Revolving Head a, and an adjustable Seed Board, which are improvements patented by them in July,
1873. Especial attention is directed to their new patent Feeder and Condenser. Many of these Gins are
now in operation in this County, and have given entire satisfaction.
An ordinary plantation hand can feed these Gins, and they will turn out more lint in the same time than
any other gins, and by the nse of the adjustable seed board which can l>e adjusted while the Gin is run*
uing. they can be made to pick the seed much cheaper than any other Gin. Every Giu guaranteed to giv#
The experience of every Planter who has used them show that these gins will not choke, nor can the roil
be broken bv feeding it altogether in the centre or at the ends of the Cotton box.
Orders addressed to DANIEL PRATT GIN COMPANY. Prattville, Alabama, will receive prompt
attention, or E. 11. 1IEX&ON A CO., Agents, Hartnell, Ua.
IT IS HIGHLY ENDORSED
By Gen. Frank Cheat
ham, Gen. Harding Gen
L-aiiaa llickmau, Col. Overton
Ylhikl R' 1( l many others of the
\ % largest •ti mers of Ten
nessee, and is the most
Ysr perfectly made CORN
JjL SIIELLER ever mipiuu
f ',VQ factured. A boy ten
' ■: > '3q. years old ran shell from
ten to twelve bushels
f l : ’■• Je an hour. It nubs either
,"end of tho ear. and
% :fi| shells seed oora perfect-
Si, wA 'gggrjm ly. It is convenient,
’ . cheap and durable. It
takes off every grain, will shell au} r size
corn from “pop ” corn to the largest ear.
For Sale by
E. B. BENSON & CO.
LADIES’ AND GENTS' NE<'K WKA II —See those beautiful Bows, Ties and
Scurfs, to be found only at llitcbins.
HAMBURG TRIMMINGS, HAMBURG EDGINGS.—One of the finest
stocks ever placed before the public, in all the latest designs. Don’t fall to see
BUTTONS! BUTTONS!—An endless variety, in Pearl, Silk, Silver and
Gilt. Something now in Star, Striped and Piaid.
FANS ! FANS!—Fan Cords in Silk and Gilt.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.—In Ladies' and Gents’—handsome line.
HAT DEPARTMENT.—Here ymi will find the latest styles in Felt-, Par.
Wool and Straw goods, from the smallest boy to the largest man. See thus#
ventilators and sifters—so cool ; tin* hot rays of a summer snn cannot ptniWMß
them, and they keep the brain bright sparkling and fresh.
DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS, TOYS, TOTS, TOYS,
DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS, TOYS, TOYS, TOYS.
VTLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR LINE R. It,
CHANGE OF SCBEVVLE.
On and after June trains will be run on this
Road as follows :
DAY PAS6ENGKR TRAIN. (EASTWARD.)
Arrive at Toceoa 8 08 am
Leave , 8 10 a in
Arrive at Tooooa 6 1r p m
Leave 6 16 p m
NIGHT PASAENQKH TRAIN. (EASTWARD.)
Arrive at Toceoa 7 52 p m
Leave 7 53 p m
NIGHT P-ABSRNGKaI TRAIN. (WESTWARD.)
Arrive at Toceoa 7 39 a m
Leave 7 40 a m
LOCAL FREIGHT TRAIN. (EASTWARD.)
Arrive at Toceoa 2 42 p m
Leave . 300 pm
Arrive at Toceoa 10 00pm
Lave 10 30 p m
Close connection at Atlanta for all points West*
and at Charlotte for all points East.
Through Tickets on sale at Gainesville, Seneca
City. Greenville and Spartanburg to all points East
G. J. FOREACRE, General Manages,
W J. HOUSTON, G. P. A T. Agt.
ELBERTON AIRLINE SCHEDULE.
Trains leave Powersville lor Elherton 10.30 a nr,
T cave Bowersrflle for Toceoa 6.00 a, m