Yov AY u\c\\e&,
Jewelry and Silverware,
CALL ON THE
The largest and best assorted stock in the
city. Headquarters for
Guxs and Pistols:
ALL KINDS OF
Ammunition and MW Supplies
Always on Hand.
ALL KINDS OF
done promptly and neatly.
MY GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR
and I will sell cheap. Give me a call, and
look at my stock.
AV. A. TALMADGE,
Athens, - Georgia
D. M. Wilson’s
Doot & Shoe Manufactory,
Wholesale and Retail. Every class of
work turned out in elegant style at
lowest prices. Patronage from abroad
solicited. Consult my prices. Address
D. M. WILSON,
Nov 18 Cooper, Ga.
To Debtors Sf Creditors.
ALL persons having demands against
the estate of J. B. Lyle, late of
Jackson county, deceased, arc hereby re
quired to present them, duly authentica
ted, for payment to the undersigned, and
those due said estate are requested to
come forward and settle.
J. AV r . LYLE,
oct 28 Adm'rs of J. B. Lyle, dec*d.
Q.EORGIA, Jackson County.
AVhereas, upon application to me, in
terms of the law, by onc-tifth of the qual
ified voters of the 245th (Jefferson) Dis
trict, G. M., of said county, asking for an
election to be called in said Distriot, that
tiie question of the restriction of the sale
of intoxicating liquors in said District
may be submitted to the voters thereof
(except those in the corporate limits of the
town of Jefferson) —
It is hereby ordered that an election be
held in said District, at the usual place of
holding elections in the same, on Monday,
the 9th day of January, ISS2; that those
voting at said election who favor restric
tion shall have written or printed on their
ballots the words, “For Restriction,”
and those who oppose shall have written
or printed on their ballots the words,
“ Aga nst Restriction,” and that the man
agers of said election shall kc,*p duplicate
list of voters and talley sheets, certify and
sign the same, one of which shall be filed
with the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county and the other forwarded with
out delay to his Excellency the Governor.
dec 9 H. AV. BELL, Ord’y.
AVhereas, upon application to me. in
terms of the law, by one-lifth of the quali
fied voters of the 42Sth (Cunningham's)
District, G. M., of said county, asking for
an election to be called in said District,
that the question of the restriction of the
sale of intoxicating liquors in said Dis
trict may be submitted to the voters
It is hereby ordered that an election be
held in said District, at the usual place of
holding elections in the same, on Wednes
day, the 11th day of January, 1882 ; that
those voting at said election who favor
restriction shall have written or printed
on their ballots the words, “ For Restric
tion.” and those who oppose shall have
written or printed on their ballots the
words, “Against Restriction,” and that
the managers of said election shall keep
duplicate list of voters and talley sheets,
certify and sign the same, one of which
shall be filed with the Clerk of the Supe
rior Court of said county and the other
forwarded without delay to his Excellency
the Governor. H. W. BELL, Ord'y.
To the Traveling Public.
fPHE undersigned is now running the
JL mail route from Jefferson, Ga., to
Harmony Grove, Ga. Leaves Jefferson
daily (except Sunday) at 7] o'clock A. M.
and arrives at Harmony Grove at 10.]
A. M ; leaves Harmony Grove at 1 o’clock
P. M. and arrives at Jefferson at 4 P. M.
Makes connection with the down and up
train at Harmony Grove. When notified
in time, will run inv hack for the accom
modation of the ladies and others.
dec 9-tf J. 11. REINHARDT.
MY plantation, on Curry’s crock, five
miles from Jefferson, known as the
Tom Shackelford place. A good two
horse farm, consisting of twenty-odd acres
good bottom land and about twenty-five
acres of good cotton land. Ordinary build
ings and improvements on said place.
AV ill rent for a term of one or more years.
AY. C. Howard, at Jefferson. (la., is my
agent, and will contract with any one who
may wish to rent the place.
T. J. SHACKELFORD.
Dec. 9th, 1881.
MORGAN L. PARKER. A, 8.. Principal.
THE Spring Session for 1882 will open
A on Monday, the 9th of January, and
close on Friday, the 25th of June.
Tuition, per month, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
and SI.OO. according to advancement.
Music (extra) SI.OO.
Hoard from SB.OO to SIO.OO per month.
Those seeking a place to send theirchil
dren are invited to give our school their
F< x full particulars, apply to the Prii =
cipal. dec 2
IMPAPT AIUT TO GROCERS, PACKERS, HtC’K
llfir Vl\ B 818 B STEIIS, and the GEAEItAL PIJULIC.
THE KING FORTUNE MAKER:
-1 ME IV PROCESS FOR preserving all perishable articles,
AN IMA L AND VEGETA RLE, FROM FERMENT A TION
AND PUTREFACTION , RETAINING THEIR
ODOR AND FLA VOR.
“ O/OAiE —Purilivd air, active state ofoxygen.”—AVekster.
This Preservative is not a 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 Ike face of the earth liable to decay or spoil which OZONE, the new Pre
servative, will not preserve for all time 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 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
F can be treated at a cost of less than one dollar a thousand dozen, and
£ w 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.
§■ I? I| I & may be p< rmitted to ripen in their native climate, and can be
■ S\ v# i a transported to any part of the world. The juice expressed
from fruits can be held for an indefinite period without fermentation—hence the
great value of this process for producing a temperance beverage. Milk and cider
can be Ik Id perfectly sweet any length of time.
(?*** I* "IT /a I*l § & can * >c or an indefinite period in their na
if Bk Sb B £-£ feu v tural condition, retaining their odor and liavor,
treated in their original packages, at a small expense. All grain, Hour, meal,
etc., are held in their normal condition.
I? I*l kVf S? ATP O such as beef, mutton, veal, pork, poultry,
i InL v* Be c afS Iv 9 game, fish, etc., preserved by this method,
can be shipped to Europe, subjected to atmospheric changes, and return to this
country in a state of perfect preservation.
B¥T fF? HP "C* ‘O after iieing treated isv this
SJ JL JL JwJ JPb will NOT become KAACII).
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 with different articles, sucii as eggs, meat, fish, etc., can be treated at
one time, without additional trouble or expense.
6STIn 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— lT WILL preserve
ANY THING ANI) EVERY THING YOU CAN THINK OF.
There is not a township in the United States in which a live man can not make any
amount of money, from $1,090 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
Ave can place this Preservative, and through him secure the business which every
county ought to produce.
awaits any man who secures control of
£ O’JUIjJL U lAi Jla OZONE in any Township or County.
A. C. Bowen, Marion, Ohio, cleared $2,009 in two months. $2 for a test package
was his first investment.
Woods Brothers. Lebanon. Warren County, Ohio, made SO,OOO on eggs purchased in
July and sold November Ist. $2 for a test package was their lirst investment.
F. K. Raymond, Morristown. Belmont County, Ohio, is clearing $2,000 a month in
handling and selling Ozone. $2 for a test package was his first investment.
D. F. Webber, Charlotte, Eaton Count}’. Mich., lias cleared SI,OOO a month since
August. $2 for a test package was his lirst investment.
J. B. Gaylord, 80 LaSalle Street, Chicago, is preserving eggs, fruit, etc., for the com
mission men of Chicago, charging l]c. per dozen for eggs, and other articles in
proportion. He is preserving 5.000 dozen eggs a day, and on his business is
making $5,000 a month clear. $2 fora test package was his first investment.
The Cincinnati Feed Company, 498 AVest 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 wc have asked the privilege of publishing. There are
scores of others. Write to any of the above parties and get the evidence direct.
New, to prove the absolute truth of everything we have said in this paper, ave 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 o.f
these statements, and who is interested sufficiently to make the trip, we will pay
all traveling and hotel expenses for a visit to this city, if wc fail to prove any
statement that wc have made.
HOW ™ OZONE
A test package of Ozone, containing a sufficient quantity to preserve one thousand
dozen eggs, or other articles in proportion, will lie sent to any applicant oil 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 field over to determine what he wishes to do in the future—
whether to sell the article to others, or to confine it to his own use, or any other
line of policy which is best suited to him and to his township or county —wc will
enter into an arrangement with him that will make a fortune for him and give us
good profits. We will give exclusive township or county privileges to 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 will 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, w e will send it C.
0. I).; but this will put you to the expense of charges for Mum of money. Our
correspondence is very large; we have all we can do to attend to the shipping of
orders and giving attention to our working agents. Therefore wc can not give
attention to letters which do not order Ozone. If you think of any article that
you are doubtful about Ozone preserving, remember we guarantee that it will
preserve it. no matter what it is.
S3 j™ O flf KT C*! b e desire to call your attention to a class
tPL a !&p> ItS K. ■ of references which no enterprise or firm
based on any tiling but the soundest business success and highest commercial
merit could secure.
We refer, by permission, as to our integrity and to the value of the Prentiss Pre
servative, to the following gentlemen : Edward C. Boyce, Member Board of
Public Works; E. O. Eshelby, City Comptroller; Amor Smith, Jr.. Collector
Internal Revenue; AVulsin & Worthington, Attorneys; Martin 11. Harrell and
B. F. Hopkins. County Commissioners; W. S. Cappelkr, 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 wc 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
dec 2 s. E. Corner Race and Ninth Sts., Cincinnati, 0.
Jackson Sheriff’s Sale.
WILL be sold, before the Court House
door in Jefferson. Jackson county.
Ga., on the first Tuesday in January,
1882. within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, the following described
Twenty-live bushe’s of corn in the
shuck, eight hundred bundles of fodder
and one bale of cotton, weighing about
three hundred and thirty pounds, more or
less. Levied on as the property of G. L.
Wood, to satisfy a ti. fa. issued from the
Superior Court of Jackson county, at the
February term, 1881. in favor of S. I\
Thurmond vs. Green Wood and M. B.
Dostcr. Property pointed out by S. P.
Thurmond, plaintiff in ti, fa.
T. A. McELHANNON, SlTtf.
PCNIQIAMO For e©IDI*6IM, ZS ,
■ dvOlwllO widows, fathers, mother* or n I
children. Thousands yotenthhul. Pensions piven
t or loss > f finger, toe. eyo or ruptnro.varicoso veins l\ ILAjjh.
or any Olsensc. Thousands of pensioners sni//'A'aV !y\
•oldiers entitled to INCKKASI’i uini HOUNTV. lAdifj Wy
PATENTS rrocurod for Inventors. Soldiers jf \
land warrants procured, bought and sold. Soldiers •" j id
and heirs apply for your ri(?lits at once. Send# IlylfX
stamps for "The Citizen-Soldier,” and Pension R
and Bounty laws, blanks and instructions. Wo
can refer to thousands of Pensioners uml Clients. 1 lit/
Address k. W. Fitzgerald A Co.Pensioh <fe 11 A \1
I’AUST A tt ys, Lock tlox&sb,Washington. D, ti.
Pr,,.nil 8.1.1n..,- I
PARKER’S GINGER TONIC
If you are wasting away with Consumption, Age,
or any Weakness, you will find this Tonic the
Best Medicine You Can Use for
Restoring Health & Strength,
rar superior to Bitters and other Tonics, as it builds
up the system but never intoxicates. 50c. and $
A- 2 r" y”v genuine without signature of Hiscox
_ 00., N. Y. Large saving in buying dollar size.
Floreston A New, Fashionable and Exceed
_ iniEly F Perfume. Sold by
wU IOSU 6* Dealers In
A. R. Robertson,
Large lot of specimens ready for lettering.
GIVE JVLE _A_ CALL.
A. R. ROBERTSON,
Oct. 21,1581. Athens, Ueurgia.
In Ireland the Government seems
to bo learning the difference between
crushing a conspiracy and suppressing
it. The Land Leagues are reported
as suppressed ; but they are probably
hard at work, only in a suppressed
A pathway only eighteen inches
wide is cut into the side of State moun
tain, near Leadville, at a height, over
an almost perpendicular chasm, of 1,-
500 feet. Few men who use it have
strong enorg ii erves to walk upright,
hut instinctively crouch or “toon,”
as the local saying is. The foolhardi
ness of James Zorn n ; ttempling the
passage when the ground was a glare
of ice may, therefore, be imagined.
He slipped, fi 11, and w s dashed to
pe ces on the frozen ground more than
a quarter of a mile below.
A Louisville girl ma le an engage
ment to elope with a young man whom
her father had forbidden to enter the
house. The plan was to ride in a close
carriage across the line into Indiana,
have the marriage ceremon y performed
and return to boldly announce them
selves husband an 1 wife. This was
carried out as far as the start in the
carriage. Then the man kissed the
girl, and she found whiskey on his
breath. More than that, she judged
his unusual vivacity to be the result of
slight intoxication. She at. once
declared the affair off. As he would
not turn back, she called a policeman
to her aid. got, into another carriage,
and went home unmarried.
Not only workingmen, but employ,
ers also, are feeling Chinese competi
tion on lhe Pacific cost. Hop Kee ,v
Cos. of San Francisco are said to have
as complete machinery for shoe man
ufacturing as can be found in the
United States, and at a recent Crispins’
meeting in that city it was stated
that the above firm, together with Hop
Wo & Cos. and Hue Kai, are offering
higher wages for the best skilled labor
than is paid by the native American
manufactures. The American super
intendant of one Chinese factory i*
paid $6,000 a year, and a man who had
receive 1 only $32 a week recently
went to a Chinese factory with wages
of SSO a week. The Chinese employers
make contracts with their best work
The immunity of the notorious Jam
es family of Western bandits from
prosecution arises, it is now said, from
the fact that they reside in Kentucky,
and do none of their robbing in that
State. So long as they cross the 1 or
der into Missouri to commit crimes,
and are peaceable when at home, the
sentiment of the community is that, they
are good citizens and ought, not to be
disturbed. Their home is in Nelson
County, but whenever a stranger be
gins to make inquires about them he
is speedily made to comprehend that
his life is danger. The Jameses are
ignorant and brutal, but very venture
some and cunning. Their depredations
have brought in considerable wealth,
and the}" arc said to be proud of their
reputation as plunderers.
The Duke of Sutherland has just
placed himself at the head of o com
pany for the purchase of sixty square
miles of land on the line of railroad to
Omaha, for the purpose of founding a
colony of Scotchmen. This step is
snp| osed to be taken in anticipation
of some great changes about to take
place in the administration of the
Duke’s estates in Ceo! land, consequent
on observations made on his recent
visit over here. Some years ago tl c
world was disturbed by the departure
for New Zealand, from his grand
mother’s estate, of a whole clan, with
its young chief at its head, leaving the
the land, untilled and untenanted, to
be used for shooting moors. The
young chief ha 9 returned an aged man,
but the children will remain settled in
the land of plenty to which they were
driven, and in which they have formed
Moses Thompson became a hundred
years old a few days ago. He is a
negro, and for half a century has been
a preacher, most of the time in Ar
kansas. His people regarded him as
an inspired prophet, and he ruled them
in religious matters like an autocrat.
He said that he was exempt from death,
but on bis hundredth birthday would
ascend bodily and resplendently to
heaven. A large crowd assembled at
Lonoke in an open field in expecta
tion of a supernatural spectacle.
Thompson wore a white robe, and was
very ecstatic, singing, praying, and
exhorting by the hour. lie was to
rise at noon according to his pro
gramme, and he attributed the failure
to a rain storm which was at that time
raging; but the people could not be
persuaded that so important an affair
would be postponed on account of rain,
and they jeered and chased away their
A man who can gather up his skin
in folds and all but jump out of it may
fairly be regarded a9 one of the first
class wonders of the age. Such a man,
according to the Deutsche Zeituna.
! exists in the person of Mr. Henrv
Haag, a native of Erlbach, in Bavaria,
who called the other day upon the
editor of that journal, explained his
physical peculiarity, and proceeded to
demonstrate it on the spot. Grasping
the skin of his neck with both hands,
he stretched it out laterally until it
resembled a huge ruff, and then com
pletely hid his face in it. Subsequent
experiments performed by him with
the integuments of his arras and hands
were of so startling a character that,
to quote the editor’s own words, “ \Ve
besought Mr. Haag to forego further
demonstrations as what he had already
shown us had caused our own skin to
tesemble that of a plucked goose.”
Mr. Haag’s skin by no means hangs
from itis flesh in folds, as might be ex
pected, considering its abnormal loose
ness, but Gts him quite closely under
ordinary circumstances, lie can,
however, pick it up in handfuls at will,
and pull it out to almost any extent
without the least pain or inconvenience
to himself. lie is about to undergo
scientific inspection at the Vienna
College of Physicians.
jy. It. B. A 1)A I if,
JunelO-‘Bl. Gatnesyille, Ga.
JUIIN J. STRICKLAND,
Will promptty attend to all business en
trusted to him. dec 17, ’BO.
DR. N. 13 CASH.
Tenders his professional services to the
surrounding country. Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia and the diseases of women a speci
alty. Feb. 13th. 1880. ly
A TTORXK Y-AT-LAW,
Prompt and faithful attention given to
all business placed in his hands.
I LEY C. HOWARD,
Attorn ey-at-L a \v,
Will attend faithfully to all business en
trusted to his care. inch 4,
ILMAN & THOMPSON,
A tti >R nkys-at- Law,
Will practice in Jackson and adjoining
CHARLES S'X’HLR.TnT &> CO.,
V. W. SKIFF,
Keeps a well selected stock of
\\ u\t\us, CYoc\u>,^ev\>cYYv^
Gold. Silver aid Seleloid
Spectacles and Eye-Glasses,
Silver and Silver-Plated Ware.
And lie is receiving weekly,
Drop in and lock at
SKIFF, the Jeweler,
when in Athens, and have vour 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 oßering 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. Bridles, 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, ISSI.
Can be supplied with the finest Cooking Stoves
ever brought to the market of Northeast Georgia,
With our excellent Cook Stoves, we give everythino
in the Kitchen for all cooking purposes, and guar
antee in every cook stove to give satisfaction . If
you want something that is good caul will be cer
tain to give you satisfaction,
To W. H. JONES, Sup't,
A.t the “ Red. Store,”
Athens, Ga., Sept. 16th. 1881.
One Thousand People Wanted!
TO BUY THOSE CHEAP GOODS AT
PARKER & < ,tMP 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 T3HCE CITY.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF
fiooU, Gsoo\a>, Cjvrnws Sc f '£o'Weeos.
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 Cotton.
Call and See That We Mean What We Say!
PARKER S' CAMP BROS.,
25 No. 12 Broad Street, Athens, Ga.
J. N. MONTGOMERY,
(Broad Street, next door to Col. Dobbs, Athens, Ga.)
LOUIS COOK’S BUGGIES,
Carriages iS? Harness.
Which I warrant equal to any sold in this market at same prices.
THE OLD HICKORY WAGON—warranted as good as the best.
THE FARQL HAR ENGlNE—noted for power and durability.
THE FARQUHAR 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 BOOKWALTER ENGINE GA Horse
Power, for $355.
The well-known BROWN COTTON GIN, CONDENSER and FEEDER. Cheapest
Gin on the market.
Also, the cclebraLed HALL 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 MARROWS, GRAIN DRILLS, REAP
ERS, MOWERS, and other improved agricultural implements. Also, several brands
of I ERIILIZEItS. ENGINES and other articles kept on hand.
Se Pt 9-tv J. N. MONTGOMERY.
C- 3D. DVC’IKIE,
ATHENS, ------- GEORGIA.
AGENT FOR T. T. HAYDOCK’S
Cincinnati Buggies & Carriages,
The 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.
Jul y 22 JOHN WINN, Salesman.
KTew Opening- J
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
ATHENS, . . . GEORGIA.
CHARLES A. SCUDDER,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE.
ALL kinds of Repairing done by the latest improved methods. Gold Plating and
Engraving. All jobs and orders sent by mail or Express promptly attended to.
BRUMBY'S DRUG STORE, College Avenue, Athens, Ga. sep 30