V' uv wvuv s' C vAvu\u\.
Few of the farmers of this count"}’
nre aw fire what a debt of grat. t idethcy
owe George Washington for the intro
duction of undos into general nse for
the purposed of the farm. Previous to
1783 there were very few, and those of
such an inferior order as to prejudice
farmers against them as unfit to com
pete with horses in work upon the road
or farm, consequently there were no
jacks, and no disposition to increase
the stock, but Washington became con
vinced. that the introduction of nudes
generally among Southern planters
would proveto them a blessing, as thev
arc less liable to disease, longer lived,
and work upon shorter feed, and are
much less liable to he injured than are
horses by careless farm hands."
As soon as it became known that the
illustrious Washington desired to
stock his Ml. Vernon estate with mules,
t he King of Spain sent him a jack and
two jennets from the royal stables, and
Lafayette sent him another jack and
jennet from the island of Malta. The
first was of a gray color, sixteen hands
high, heavily made, and of a sluggish
nature; he was named Royal Gift.
Tne other was called Knight of Malta •
he was about as high as the other, but
fiery even to ferocity. The two different
sets of animals gave him most favor
able results, and an opportunity o'
making improvements by cross-breed
ing, from which came the jack Com
pound, so called because he partook
of the best points in both Abe originals.
He then bred his brood mares to these
jacks, as well as crossing them on
mares used to his family coach, and
produced such excellent mules that
country was agog to breed some of the
same sort, and it was not long before
they were coin non. This was the
origin of improved mules in the United
Though seventy years have passed
there are now some of the third and
fourth generations of Knight of Malta
and Royal Gift to lie found in Virginia,
and the great benefits arising from
their introduction into the country
are to be seen upon every cultivated
acre in the Southern States.
Cracked Hoof—How to Treat.
The shoe should be removed, and in
order to soften the horn and encourage
its growth, cold poultices of equal
parts of bran and flax seed meal,
should be appPed around the foot for
a day or two. To cause new horn to
grow down without a crack in it, a
horizontal division of the hern should
be made at its intersection with the
skin, or above the upper end of the
split. To keep out dirt and sand from
the fissure, it should be filled with
shoemaker’s wax, which is best done
by forming a thin stick of the wax. so
that it can be held by one end, while
a heated iron is held to the other and
smoothing it in a half melted state into
the crack, which should be clean and
dry previously”. When tiie fissure Ims
thus been filled, the wax may be
smoothed with a wet finger. It will he
necessary, in ease the horse must be
shod for use, to remove a segment, as
the lower edge of the hoof, from the
split backwards to the heel, lo prevent
bearing of that part of the foot on the
shoe with a view of avoiding jarring of
the slit edges. It will take from one to
several months, according to the
extent and location of the split, before
it grows down, and becomes effaced
by wear or paring off the hoof, as the
edges of a split in the hoof of course
never grow together. Attempt of
uniting or drawing together of the
split, by means of rivets, when properly
effected, often prevent the extension
of a split; but this as well a3 tight,
handaging, or the application of iron
bands round the hoof, often causes
great injury to the vital parts within,
which .arc liable to thus become pinched
and bruised bet ween the edges < f the
split. Until the split has entirely
grown down, such a horse should not
be used faster than a walk.
To Determine the Weight of Live
Measure in inches the girth round
the breast, just behind the shoulder
blade, and the length of the back from
the tail to the foretop of the shoulder
blade. Multiply the girth by the
length, and divide by 144. If the
girth is less than three feet, multiply
the quotient by 11 ; if between three
feet and live feet, multiply by 1G ; if he
tween five feet, and seven feet, multiply
by 24 ; if between seven and nine feet
multiply by 31. If the animal is lean,
deduct one-twentieth from the result.
Take the girth and length in feet, multi
ply thesquareofthegirth by the length,
and multiply tiic product by 336. The
result will be the answer in pounds. T.:e
live weight multiplied by 0.0.”) gives a
near approximation to the net weight
The following table will show tin
number of checks or hills contained in
an acre of ground at certain distances :
1 feet apart each way .... 43,560
2 feet apart each way .... 10.800
3 feet apart each way .... 4,845
4 feet apart each way .... 2,722
f> feet apart each way .... 1,740
6 feet apart each way .... 1,210
0 feet apart each way .... 507
10 feet apart each way .... 436
12 feet apart each way .... 302
15 feet apart each way .... 103
20 feet apart each way .... 108
25 feet apart each way .... 60
30 feet apart each way .... 48
40 feet apart each way .... 27
L hose languid, tiresome sensations,
causing yon to feel scarcely able to be
on your feet; that constant drain that
is taking from your system all its c-las
ticitv ; driving the bloom from you
checks; that continual strain upon
\our vital forces rendering you irrita
ble and fretful, can easily be removed
b.V the use of that marvelous remedy,
Hop Bitters. Irregularities and ob
struction of your system are relieved
at once, while the special cau-e of peri*
odical pain is permanently removed.
Will yon hood this?— Cincinnati Sat
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THE KIXG FORTCSE MAKER:
.1 NEW PROCESS FOR PRESERVING ALL PERISHABLE ARTICLES,
ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE , FROM FERMENTATION
AND BIT RE FACTION, RETAINING TIIEIR
ODOR AND FLA VOID
“©JKOA'R—stolive stale of oxygen.”—WEBSTER.
This Preservative is not n liquid, pickle, or any of the old and exploded processes,
but is simply and purely OZONE, as produced and applied by an entirely new
process. Ozone is the antiseptic principle of every substance, and possesses the
power to preserve animal ami vegetable structures from decay. There is noth
ing on the J'aee oj'the earth liable to decay or spoil whi> li OZONE, the new Pre
servative, ivill not preserve for all lime in a perfectly fresh and palatable condi
The value of OZONE as a natural preserver has been known to our abler chemists
for years, but until now no means of producing it in a practical, inexpensive and
simple manner have been discovered.
Microscopic observations prove that decay is due to septic matter, or minute germs
that develop and feed upon animal and vegetable structures. OZONE, applied
by the Prentiss method. Seizes and destroys these germs at once, and thus pre
serves. At our offices in Cincinnati can be seen almost every 7 article that can be
thought of preserved by this, process and every visitor is welcome to come in,
taste, smell, take away with him, and test in every way the merits of OZONE
as a preservative. We will also preserve, free of charge, any article that is
brought or sent prepaid to us, and return it to the sender, for him to keep and
fJJ f*'* if*- can be treated at a cost of less than one dollar a thousand dozen, and
£ be kept in an ordinary room six months or more, thoroughly pre
served, the yolk held in its normal condition, and the eggs as fresh and perfect
as on the day they were treated, and will sell as strictly •• choice. ’’ The advan
tage in preserving eggs is readily seen ; there arc seasons when they can be
bought for 8 or 10 cents a dozen, and by holding them can be sold for an advance
of from one hundred to three hundred per cent. One man with this method can
preserve 5.000 dozen a day.
Zf? S*% § | "2“ Q may be p rmitted to ripen in their native climate, and can be
? feV V S k transported to any part of the world. The juice expressed
from fruits can be held for an indefinite period without fermentation—hence the
gre it value of this process for producing a temperance beverage. Milk and cider
can be In Id perfectiv sweet any length of time.
\§ /A gy) | gy can be kept for an indefinite period in their na
tural condition, retaining their odor and Havor,
treated in their original packages, at a small expense. Ail grain, Hour, meal,
etc., are held in their normal condition.
E? O C? !*J £\ “8“ & such as beef, mutton, veal, pork, poultry.
6 m U Cxe u a EsS lb- SW 5 game. lish. etc., preserved by this method,
can lie shipped to Europe, subjected to atmospheric changes, and return to this
country in a state of perfect preservation.
B-ett rr? m after B2:s.\ci truateb nv this
JL, JL JO M&f will iW4' become SMM’EII.
Dead human bodies, treated before decomposition sets in, can be held in a natural
condition for weeks, without puncturing the skin or mutilating the body in any
way. Hence the great value of Ozone to undertakers.
There is no change in the slightest particular in the appearance of any article thus
preserved, and no trace of any foreign or unnatural odor or taste.
The process is so simple that a child can operate it as well and as successfully as a
man. There is no expensive apparatus or machinery required.
A room filled witliTTiiKerent articles, such as eggs, meat, fish, etc., can be treated at
one time, without additional trouble or expense.
UpT’l x FACT. THERE IS NOTHING THAT OZONE WILL NOT PRESERVE. Think of
everything you can that is liable to sour, decay, or spoil, and then remember
that we guarantee that Ozone will preserve it in exactly the condition you want
it for any length of time. If you will remember this, it will save asking ques
tions as to whether Ozone will preserve this or that article— it will preserve
ANY THING AND EVERY THING YOU CAN THINK OF.
There is not a township in the United States in which a live man can not make an} 7
amount of money, from 81,000 to SIO,OOO a year, that he pleases. We desire to
get a live man interested in each county in the United States, in whose hands
we can place this Preservative, and through him secure the business which every
county ought to produce.
A nrST?'T PuTT** 3 awaits any man who secures control of
JL& S UiDaf A kJj&JEi OZOHE in any Township cr County.
A. 0. Bowen. Marion. Ohio, cleared $'2,000 in two months. $2 for a test package
was his first investment.
Woods Brothers. Lebanon. Warren Comity, Ohio, made $5,009 on eggs purchased in
July and sold November 1 t. $2 for a test package was their first investment.
E. Iv. Raymond. Morristown, Belmont County, Ohio, is clearing $2,000 a month in
handling and selling Ozone. 82 for a test package was his first investment.
I), F. Webber. Charlotte. Eaton County, Midi., has cleared SI,OOO a month since
August. 82 for a test package was his first investment.
J. B. Gaylord, 80 LaSalle Street, Chicago, is preserving eggs, fruit, etc., for the com
mission men of Chicago, charging l .Jc. per dozen tor eggs, and other articles in
proportion. He is preserving 5,<)()!) dozen eggs a day, and on his business is
making 88.000 a month clear. $2 fora test package was his first investment.
The Cincinnati Feed Company, 408 West Seventh Street, is making $5,000 a month
in handling brewers’ malt, preserving and shipping it as feed to all parts of the
country. Malt unpreserved sours in twenty-four hours. Preserved by OZONE
it keeps perfectly sweet for months.
These are instances which we have asked the privilege of publishing. There are
scores of others. Write to any of the above parties and get the evidence direct.
Now, to prove the absolute truth of everything we have said in this paper, we pro
pose TO PLAGE IN YOUR HANDS THE MEANS OF PROVING FOR YOURSELF THAT
we HAVE NOT CLAIMED HALF ENOUGH. To any person who doubts any of
these statements, and who is interested sufficiently to make the trip, we will pay
ail traveling and hotel expenses for a visit to this city, if we fail to prove any
statement that wc have made.
HOW TO SSCUHE A OZONE
FORTUNE WITH t
A test package of Ozone, containing a sufficient quantity to preserve one thousand
dozen eggs, or other articles in proportion, will be sent to any applicant on re
ceipt of £2. This package will enable the applicant to pursue .any line of tests
and experiments he desires, and thus satisfy himself as to the extraordinary
merits of Ozone as a Preservative. After having thus satisfied himself, and had
time to look the held over to determine what lie wishes to do in the future—
whether to sell the article to others, or to coniine it to his own use, or any other
line of policy which is best suited to him and to Ids township or county—we will
enter into an arrangement with him that will make a fortune for him ami give us
good profits. We will give exclusive township or county privileg. sto the first
responsible applicant who orders a test package and desires to control the busi
ness in his locality. The man who secures control of Ozone for any special ter
ritory will enjoy a monopoly which trill surely enrich him.
Don't let a day pass until you have ordered a Test Package, and if you desire to se
cure an exclusive privilege, we assure you that delay may deprive you of it, for
the applications come in to us by scores every mail—many by telegraph. *• F rst
come first served” is our rule.
If you do not care to send money in advance for the test package, v* e will’send it C.
O. 1).; but this will put you to the expense of charges for iviurn of money. Our
correspondence is veiy large; wc have all we can do to attend to the shipping of
criers and giving attention to our working agents. Therefore wc can not give
attention to letters which do not order ()z me. If von think of any article that
you are doubtful about Ozone preserving, remember wc guarantee that it trill
preserve it. no matter what it is.
ReFEPEMCPS . v, c desire to call your attention to a class
Sa* is ok* II Baa I* 'ts £sd n of references which no enterprise or firm
based on any thing nut the soundest business success and highest commercial
merit could secure. /
\Ve refer, by permission, as to our integrity ami to the value of the Prentiss Pre
servative, to the following gentlemen: Edward U. iforce. Member Hoard ol
Public Works; E. <>. Esholby, City Comptroller; Amor Smith. -Jr.. Collector
Internal Revenue; Wulsin it Worthington, Attorneys; Martin 11. Harrell and
13. F. Hopkins. County Commissioners; W. S. Capped h r. County Auditor; all
of Cincinnati. Hamilton County, Ohio. These gentlemen are each familiar with
the merits of our Preservative, and know from actual observation that we have
The Most Valuable Article in the World.
The £2 you invest in a test package will surely lead you to secure a township or
county, and then your way is absolutely clear to make from $2,000 to SIO,OOO a
Give your full address in every letter, and send your letter to
"VSA.WIS'S CO., lAyivVuA,
dec - S. E. Corner Race and Piinth Sts . Cincinnati, 0
, ConsMlnc of Violin, Box, Bow
■'►'/icWn and Teacher, wont to any part of
_/ .. jj'.n.
fit 5T..50, $7, sl3, & $23 each. Send stamp for
Le&utlfal lllnit rated 36 page Catalogue of Vlolini, Guitars, Ban
jos, Cornets FluWi, Striugi. all kinds, Harmonicas, Organ Accor
deoils. Music Boxes, Ac. LOWEST PKlf'liS. Mali Orders is
fyteuity. C. W. STOiiY, * Central St., Boston, Mass*
li widows, fathers, moibttr* j
children. Thousands yotentitlod. Pensions ff
for loss' f finger, toe.eye or ruptnre.vuricose vi i::.j /.*; ,A,
or anylHuviise. Tfiommnrt* of jiem-imi, rnX ■ *A
soldiers entitled to INCREASE t ml URSIM'V, kt-.g , J
I’ATi'XN'TS procuroil for Inventors. Soldiers ' sjh
land warrants procured, houghtuud sold. Soldiers w / M
nml heirs tiiiply for your rights at onec. Scud 8 I.(
stamps for "The Citizen-Soldier.” and Pension t i
and Bounty laws. Manlm and instructions. Wo ("/Af
er.n refer to thousands of Pensioners and Clients, j 1 , u
Address N,\A/. Rtrg:rsralcl&CO.PKXßi'.W& ... I
i'AXJi.f T A it’} s. Lock iioJiisa, Wasiungtim. O, O. * -i- *
PARKER’S ""^Elepan^y^erfumedL" - !
HAIR BALSAM. ’revrnts Baldness. I
les, &c., who arc tired
V Coinj.air.ts, you can be
invigorated and cured
If you are wasting away with Consumption, Age,
or any Weakness, you will find this Tonic the
Rest Medicine You Can Use for
Restoring liealtli & Strength,
Far superior to Bitters and other Tonics, as it builds
up the system but never, intoxicates. 50c and $1
sizes. None genuine without signature of Hiscox
St Cos., N. Y. Large saving in buying dollar size.
Flor6fitOH A New, Fashionable and F.xceed-
Fragrant Sold by
A. R. Robertson,
Largo lot of specimens ready for lettering.
Gi-I'V'E ME AA CALL.
A. It. ROBERTSON,
Oct. 21, 1881. Athens, Georgia.
W u\y\At •
Whiskey is hound to rise. A great
consolidation of distillers is being
effected in the West, by which the
amount of whiskey produced hereafter
will be regulated by the association of
distillers. The distillers think the
price of whiskey is not high enough,
and are bent on forcing it upward.
The Venice gondolieri have struck
in consequence of the introduction of
small steamers making periodical
passages along the chief canals. The
gondolieri number about 700, and a
strike bad never before been indulged
In by them ; but they had never before
seen themselves in danger of being
The scales used for weighing gold
in the assay office. at New York, are
so delicate that when brought to a
balance with two pieces of paper of
equal size in the pans, the mere writ
ing of a name with a leal-pencil on
one of the pieces of paper w-ill add
enough weight to the paper to turn
the scales in its favor. (!').
A Boston man. who lias been rough
ly treated by lawyers while on the
witness stand, is agitating the qnos
tion of a law to protect witnesses from
insults of counsel, lie proposes that
when ail}' subject affecting a witness’
reputation shall be opened in cro- - x
animation, he shall be privileged to
make a full explanation of that mat
ter, regardless of its relevancy.
Letters received in Hartford from
the Chinese students recently ordered
home say that on arriving in Shanghai
they were sent to confinement in a
reuse to part of the town, the Govern
mem’s intention apparently being to
exan ine them as to their belief or dis
bel ef of Christianity before Lliev had
a chance to scatter through the coun
try. It is said, however, that nine * f
them had been much inclined toward
the Clinstian religion while in Ilart
There is treasure to dig for some
whereon Stone Mountain, in Askansas
Bet Muncll was a noted hermit, lie
lived thirty years all by himself, was
a highly successful trapper, and is
believed to have accumulated §15.000
from the sale of skins, lie has now
been found dead in his but, and his
money is buried in some unknown spot
A saloon keeper of Butte County,
California, having been convicted in a
Justice's Court of violating the .Sun
day law by keeping his saloon open,
took out a writ of habeas corpus on
the ground that the Sunday liquor law
is repugnant to the provision of the
Federal Constitution guaranteeing
religious liberty. The Supreme Court
of the State has just filed a long • pin
ion by the Chief Justice, overndug
the point, and declaring tile law con
At llockham in England the funer
al of Joseph Ashton, who was 112
years of age, has just taken place.
The deceased was for a great number
of years a traveling tinker in the east
ern counties, and on the coffin plate
were engraved a kettle, stew pan. bowl.
Until the last few days he had never
suffered from any illness which had
kept him from work, and at, the feme
of his death he had possession of all
his mental powers.
Harrison Lee. of Elmore. Ini., be
ing greatly displeased by the proba
bility that his wife woul 1 recover from
a serious illness, dragged her out of
bed and beat her to death. James
Welles, of Larrabee. Miss., was equally
incensed because his wife did not gain
strength faster after a fever, and
murdered her as a punishment. The
motive of John J. Giles for slaying his
wife, at Waco, Texas, was also the
question of her convalescence. She
had been handsome before the illness,
but after it lie saw that she was likely
to be left disfigured.
A sensational drama has recently
been performed in the chief theatre
of Moscow, the crowning situation of
’.he piece being a combat in a rocky
pass between a lion and an Arab
chief. The lion scrambles up asleep
ascent, and is about to spring from its
summit upon bis foe, when the man
brings him down with a well-aimed
shot. The part of the lion had been
sustained most successfully by a
trained gymnast named Alexeivitcli
until about a fortnight ago, when that
artist suddenly fell ill, and the man
agement was compelled to intrust his
role to an active super, who undertook
it at a few hours' notice. When the
time arrived for his debut, he bounded
on the stage with admirable vigor, and
scuttled up the cliff in irreproachable
style. But when the Arab chief dis
charged his musket, the lion, utterly
thrown off his guard by the report,
stood erect on his hinder paws, cross
ed himself devoutly, and, exclaiming,
” Heaven help us !” hurriedly descend
ed the clifF tail foremost, amid the
jubilant shouts of the audience.
Ti e wa} r the average cowboy dis
ports himself in Arizona is illustrated
by the exploits and the fate of James
Bond, a3 related by the Doming Head
light. Bond made his first appearance
for the day at the railway depot, and
there “ began the usual uproar. It.
appears that lie came for fight, and
went down to the depot bar-room and
there filled up with forty-rod whiskey.”
He then mounted a horse and rode
straight into and through the depot.
A sisopkepper who tried to stop him
was struck over the head with a six
shooter. Bond then dismounted, tied
up his horse, and began to swagger
around with a Winchester rifie in his
left hand and a cocked revolver in the
right until disarmed by a Deputy
United States Marshal. lie then
drew his liowie knife and proposed to
light with that; Hut at this point his
fighting propensities were stilled for
ever by r a deputy sheriff who appeared
on the scene and, being threatened,
discharged a load of buckshot into
him. A Coroner's inquest was held
in a freight car, and then, says the
Headlight." he was buried in Foot
Hill Graveyard, the Rev. Robert
Campbell sending him off in the Pro
test ant boat.”
JQIL R. B. ADAIR,
June 10-‘Bl. Gainesville, Ga.
OIIN J. STRICKLAND,
Will promptly attend to all business en
trusted to him. dec 17, ’SO.
Dr. n. b cash.
Tenders his professional services to the
surrounding country. Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia and the diseases of women a speci
alty. Feb. 13th, 18S0. ly
A TTOR NEY-AT-LAW,
Prompt and faithful attention given to
all business placed in his hands.
WILEY C. HOWARD,
A TTORN EY-AT- L A W.
Will attend faithfully to all business en
trusted to his care. inch 4,
SILMAN & THOMPSON,
Will practice in Jackson and adjoining
OHAJRHiESS STERN &o CO.,
V. W. SKIFF,
Keeps a well selected stock of
AY uAeWw, AVoeVvS,
Gold, Siltcr and Seleloid
Spectacles and Eye-Glasses,
Silm and Silver-Plated Ware.
And he is receiving weekly,
Drop in and look at
SKIFF, the Jeweler,
when in Athens, and have your Watch
repaired and Jewelry mended.
Athens, Ga., Nov. 4th.
SHOES! HARNESS! LEATHER!
WE are now making the very best
quality of the above articles right
here at home, and they are for sale. We
do not expect to sell them merely because
they are home manufacture, but because
of their excellent quality and low price.
We are making regular
of the very best material and workman
ship. and offering them for 25 per cent,
less than the usual price.
Our BROGANS cannot be beaten in
excellence, or cheapness for the quality.
These sell only by the case. Bridies. Col
lars and Harness, double or single, always
on hand, or made to order. We have the
most experienced workmen. All we ask
is a trial.
ATKINS. CARR & CO.
Maysville, Ga., June 17th, 1881.
Can be supplied with the finest Cooking Stoves
ever brought to the market of Northeast Georgia.
With our excellent Cooh Stoves, we give everything
in the Kitchen for all cooking purposes, and guar
antee in every cook stove to give satisfaction. If
you want something that is good end will be cer
tain to give you satisfaction,
To W. 11. JONES, Sup t,
Vl.± Llao " Store,"
Athens, Ga., Sept. 16th. 1881.
One Thousand People Wanted!
TO HUY THOSE CHEAP GOODS AT
PARKER St CAMP BROS.
We are receiving daily, a large and well selected assortment of
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrup, and the Best Mackerel
11ST THE CITY.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF
vs\\oes, Oxoo&s, CWtvvs. Sc
We have bought in large quantities, and can offer
TO THOSE PURCHASING
BAGGING AND TIES.
REMEMBER, WE SELL ONLY AT
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES!
Highest Market Price Paid for Colton.
Call anti See That We Mean What We Say!
PARKER $ CAMP PROS
Feh. 25 No. 12 Ilroad Street, Athens, Ga.
J. N. MONTGOMERY,
(Broad Street, next door to Col. Dobbs, Athens, Ga.)
LOUIS COOK’S BUGGIES,
Carriages db Harness.
Which 1 warrant equal to any sold in this market at same prices.
TIIE OLD HICKORY WAGON—warranted as good as the best.
THE FARQVHAR ENGlNE—noted for power and durability.
THE FAKQUIIAR SEPARATOR—nothing better nor cheaper in market.
THE ATLAS ENGINE—one of the most popular and cheapest on the market.
The well-known ECLIPSE ENGINE, and the BOOKW ALTER ENGINE, GA Horse
Power, for 8355.
The well-known BROWN COTTON GIN, CONDENSER and FEEDER. Cheapest
Gin on the market.
Also, the celebrated IIALL GIN; nothing finer. COTTON PRESSES. PORT
ABLE CORN. WHEAT and SAW MILLS, SORGHUM MILLS. EVAPORATORS,
SHINGLE MACHINES. The well-known OLIVER CHILLED TURN PLOW,
SULKY and GANG PLOWS. Improved HARROWS, GRAIN DRILLS, REAP
ERS. MOWERS, and other improved agricultural implements. Also, several brands
of FERTILIZERS. JSVaY”Sample ENGINES and other articles kept on hand.
Sept 9-iy J. N. MONTGOMERY.
CL ID. JVC’ISZIE,
ATHENS, - EORG-IA.
AGENT FOR T. T. HAYDOCK’S
Cincinnati Buggies & Carriages,
Tlic Columbus Buggy Co’s Fine Buggies and Carriages,
THE CELEBRATED Milburn One and Two-Horse FARM WAGON.
good assortment of Harness. Also Manufacturers’Agents for the WIN
SHIP COTTON GIN, Cotton Press, Condenser and Feeder, the best gin outfit on
the market. Steam Engines, Saw Mills and Agricultural Implements. Prompt at
tention paid to orders. Terms liberal. Office and Ware-Rooms, corner Clayton
and Thomas Streets, Athens, Ga.
Juiy22 JOHN WINN, Salesman.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
ATHENS, . . . GEORGIA.
CHARLES A. SCTJDDER,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE.
ALL kinds of Repairing done by the latest improved methods. Gold Plating anil
Engraving. All jobs and orders sent by mail or Express promptly attended to.
BRUMBY’S DRUG STORE, College Avenue, Athens, Ga. sep 30