NEAT, STYLISH AND DURABLE
AKE THE LINES OF
Clothing and Gents’ Furnishings
We are allowing this season. We are fully alive to the wants of the trade
and urge you to give us a call and let uh show you through.
WILEY L. SMITH,
23 HILL STREET, GRIFFIN, GA.
IF YOU NEED A TRUSS
BE SURE AND GET
The American Silver Truss.
TRUSS., best Fitting
I ( MOST COMFORTABLE
Easy to Wear.
Retains X /No pressure on THAT YOE CAN Bl Y. EVERA ONE IS
I i.evr.r.M V * p*» r 11 •<GUARANTEED TO (JIVE SATISFACTION.
Hernia I No unuerstrapv
iwith Comfort. I Never moves.
We also carry a full line of Suspensories,
Supporters, Elastic Stockings, Etc.
CARLISLE & WARD.
White Honeymoon Soap, and Brown
Windsor Soap. Very b ine. sc. a Cake.
Nice line of Best Pei fumes.
KODOL, the great Dyspepsia Remedy.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED,
J- N. HARRIS & SON.
WILL HAVE TOMORROW, SATURDAY, BARREL OF THOSE 25c. SI IA D.
FRESH CAT FISH, PERCH, BREAM.
V KG ETA BLKH.
WE ARE HAVING INERT DAY FRESH BEANS. ISPARAGI'S, SAI.ID
NEW RYE IN BUNDLES, AT sc.
G. W CLARK & SON.
CHEAPEST GIUH EKS IN HOT N.
J. M. SEARS.
flic Evening Call.
GRIFFIN, GA., APRIL 25. I*V9.
(Hliceover havin' Ii ardwareStor e
TELEPHONE NO. 22.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL DOTS
OR. J. M I IIOMAS,
I’HYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office: Ng. !?:H Hill street, stairway
next to R. P. McWilliams A Son. Tele,
phone 27, 2 rings.
(’apt. W H Hartnett, .i Neal, was
iti the city today.
Will Logan, of Chattanooga, ,ih
i-peudiug a few days here.
Cnl. Mat Couch, of Senoia, .-pent
today >n thia city on bu«ine-s.
Mr. and Mrs. J. <2 1! >v ii ton are i
spending (several days hi Atlanta
Mra. Florence IL- vea la* returned
from a pleasant vi<it tn Wild on- n
'' A ''
;ant» ■ i <y, i:. i s|i. i - v
Kf'tme-i'v Hiw B >m- Meal f r fer
tilizing rose-, pot p ah's, grape viuts,
lawns, etc F r -ale bv J <> S' wart
.1 Ii i; W \\ a; d, i-I Ni w (>rl< .ma. is
-pending - -me time with Ina children
in this city.
W Ii Williams, who has been
spending h vet a! days with in rue folks
1 at Woodbury, returned this morning.
Mrs .1 Ii Yarbrough o' William
son, w as the gIK st I I (i 11 Ilin I: . I nds to
dav while > nroiite home from a visit
to ! nt eb (i>
C■ . M C. <' ibania-. .0 the M .-. roe
A .Iv--r i-i ■ t< I: icd I I' r-y th t his
non u c .i 'er sremiing asl■ rt while
wit it Ins m my friends here.
Mr- I K M K"I ea,. ] Mrs W,
1 M. K i i . M 'i; uni, spent
tod IV iitIIIIS. i' Vw I r Mrs \\ tn B
IL » v - whi e ■ I oil> .■ - \ t ii t a
.1 us' r i ■ v dti i e Am b i S. r -
g'nuni S d, >i- rm in Mi ■ ' Ifii't ■ r 'JO
Day (> its. ’I tie latter can i> sown
Until the ni ibl eof tins mtjni i and
make i. . I. '- D C>< r k 20
Mi- M. !-. W i - i '. i i i Atlanta
this n wI; • ill w i visit
'r. 11 IV i- I ife a :y -la fore |. avi ng
I ~ lid I.
Mis <t 11 Mel* i .d and children
■ uii 1 d t ■ : I ■•. r b ine in Atlanta this
m n : -a.:, r -pi rd i g r( , v ( ral days
w h le’al 1 1 i s ami frit nds in this city.
V. . teg' -i rii bi t lie new spa<>
pt s that M s l’!ini| Kendrick, of
I' it \ i( v is d, ad. She lias relatives
fieri aed It iive <tw sons, J D and J.
W Kind k
I. mit •rt ■ D.’ 11 hti 1... ..i d Mit* s
ks immedtati y with, at it jurv to
the > r - 1 cb . kens , t! < t m<t s 1
pi nmnvc , y• I pu r: ti: s ami clea -ea <l. >w n
the skill. For s ill by Lew.a D C a:k,
20 Hid s. r -it
(iiHial bimpot and Cake v, i a at
Pattv! ■ n's 11 i ti-m >rrow night.
Spe.-im seals wri be te-eried the
w i 11' em I .p'e nd a . a'eli V1 e I logo
out •■d-teii lii:> Admit*- >n tidy
Pae, M ■ i I w ■ Iti st (-ceil y tv etl
in mo ii y di-< m> rgt d i. m the i 1,. rd i
Gt t r.j.i H giin ti .1 S Vs, i t - spend* I
MONEY ■” LOAN
Real Estate. i
Easy and Limited Number of
Payments, to be paid in Monthly
No delay for want of Funds when
Security is satisfactory.
For full particulars, call at the
W. H. NEWTON & CO.,
; i)g a few <laya in this city with bis
many friends before returning to bis
borne in Cartersville.
Hot weather is coming on now and if
you are not careful the lice and mites
j will kill your little chickens. Try
Lambert’s Death to Lice and Mites,
and it will stop them For sale by
Lewis D. Clark, 20 Hill street.
Sheriff J, G Tanner and deputies J.
J. and J 11. Moore, of Carroll county,
were in the city today enroute to Cor
dele. They had in charge nine negroes
who were sentenced to the chaingang,
and who will work out their sentences
in the large saw mills around Cordele.
T (). Skellie, of Al aeon, is in the city
today looking after the fruit prospects
in this section Mr. Skellie is Fruit
Agent, Central of Georgia Railway,
and is gathering some valuable infor
mation throughout the state regard
ing this most important branch of
Her Life Was Saved-
Mrs. J, E. Lilly, a citizen of Hanoi
ble, Mo., lately had a wonderful de
liverance from a frightful death. In
telling of it she says : “I was taken
with Typhoid Fever, that ran into
Pneumonia My lungs became har
dened. I was eo weak I couldn’t even
sit up in bed. Nothing helped me, I
expected to soon die of Consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis
covery. One bottle gave me great re
lief ; I continued to uae it, and now am
well and string, I can’t say too much
in its praise ” This marvellous medi
cine is f1... surest and quickest cure in
the world f,r all Throat and Lung
Trouble K guiar size 50 cents and
$1 0”. Trial bottles free at Haiiie A
Si n’s and Carlisle A Ward’s drug store.
Every bottle guaranteed.
<3 X. S 3 TV C3> It X _ZX „
Bears the n( * Y u Ha,B Always Boi-pH
SI MUSE DOTS.
Si nki.-k, April 20, Mrs. Linnie M iles
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John
J. O. Boyd visited J. M. Dingier Sun
T. M. \\ lies was here Sun lay.
Johnson Boyd and Frank ( ’liver visited
friends and relatives here Wednesday.
Mrs. Jonas Boyd returned home Wed
nesday, and we are sorry to say that Mrs.
1 Dozier is no better.
TVi ire glad to know that little Douglas
i Boyd i- improve 1.
i ( rn and cotton planting is the order —
in fair weather.
Mrs. J M. Robert.-on was shopping in
t How's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
’ cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
, F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
TV. , th<. undersigned, have known F J.
Cheney lor the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able t > carry
■ "tit any ol'b. ati.'ns made by tin ir firm.
; West A I'm \U, Wholesale Druggists,
I .led'>, O.
Wai.din. . Kinn an A Maki in, Whole
salt Druggists, Tolwl >, ().
Hall's Catarrh Cun is taken in'i rmilly,
( acting directly up n the bl aland muc
ous surfaces of tb> system. L '.inionials
-ent free. Price .5< per b. :.le Sol.l by
Hall' Family Pills are the best.
C' .A. S LC <O XX X TV .
In New Jersey, of Course
1 i;i,n ioN, N J, A ptil 25 Tin I ni-
j ted States Winsted Comply. with an
j authorized capital of .f 7'»t ■ 0< and
; the American 1' umbim. Sujit v and
i I .< !<' a,; my , w. ■ : i- <|
| capital Os $35,000,001 >. were i-.<- ,rp ra-
I ted today at the <th ft S. i retary
lof state Ihi f “tm r -i t: powend to
j manufacture ami di ;;j « r-t. d .nd
wo, ien varus i I c Js r fab
| ties, I’be c.; -' kis iv d- J into
S3O 000,0'‘0 [■ ILl\ i (i | Hid '|l1• MH I I l(i() I
emm ,n -be prelerrv-l t .. 7 ~ ,
l ent e tuna'at He dividends
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
j Signature of )
Mrs Felton's Views-
Jthe heat i i passim , when w 1 oh'
c< n, muti it iet, n i at oust d and indig
join' ver the c inmission <>f a eiiine
of unusual brutality, at is difficult to
in' ii'ojre words or thitl; calmly. Tn I
i .■ , lb< anna -of mtn. ■ in this stale, it i
j i si',, tu say that m n<- I .cker than I
iioat i'. tumit 11 ■ I by the negro Sam
I Ho-e nppi aia 'l’l,' blond of southern j
luio i: - b.>.l- ii. ■ r veil, -, < very pnb e
i I. i' is of synij .hi for the poor w - ,
i m in, wi low, d and outraged by a blai k
• t.i'.if.. We refrain from speaking di
I rictly mi the act of the manses of the
j community in wh ; ch Sam Hose was
punished, but we ask were his fuller
ings one-hundredths part as great as
those of poor Mrs. Cranford, his vic
tim? Has she not suffered at least
enough already? Oa this subject we
quote from a recent article from the
pen of Mrs TV. II Felton
“The premeditated outrage on Mrs
Cransord was infinitely more intolera
ble than the murder of her husband*
It is exasperating to consider her help
less condition, after such an experi
ence. I have even less regard for the
apologist of the black fiend than pity
for the perpetrator. Some weeks ago
we li< ard many deliverances on the
i duty of moderation which we should
I exercise for criminals, and much acrid
: criticism upon those who avenged
promptly such villianous attacks upon
helpless innocence. And it is remark
able that since the open, glaring atro
cious crimes of Sam Holt, deep silence
i prevails where assumacy and arro
j gance so lately prated about respect
I for law and humanity.
“Slavery was full of evils. —no doubt
the curse is following—and society is
I handicapped by many hindrances, but
it is a grievous pity lor both races that
the misguided negroes of the country
have been tutored and trained into
hellish hate and fiendish cruelty to
the whit women ami girls of the
“I have respect and regard for the
honest, truthful and upright colored
citizens, who deplore the odium that
the black, lustful fiends are bringing
upon the race, but I do not forget the
white victims who, without warning or
excuse, are dragged into an abyss of
woe, Buffering and despair, compared
to which oblivion would be a bo >n,and
murder a present blessing 1 Talk about
common law trial for such a beast, and
the compelling of Mrs. Cranford to go
into a courthouse and plead her
j wrongs in an audience composed of
i Sam Hose and lawyers, perhaps one
or more defending the wretch for a feel
“It fatigues the indignation to men
tion it. Sam Hose needs and deserves
no trial. When such a fiend abandons
humanity to become a brute, then he
shall be di-petclii d with no more civil
than would prevail with a mad dog’s
fate, after he bad bitten your child. I
do not know a true-hearted husband
or father who would not help to tie
the rope to the beasts’s neck, with lees
concern than he would el oot down a
poor d. g foaming with hydrophobia.
In one case there is hellish iment, in
i the other ah. peless diseiiee. The dog
is more worthy of sympathy.”
Mrs. Felton is a woman, speaking
from a woman’s standpoint. She lias
1 a right to be heard The hmwety of
her purpose can not be doubted, al
though there are those who may differ
! as to the corn clues- of her views as
' voiced above —Columbus Enquirer
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Bucklen’s Arnica Salve-
THE BEST SALVE in the world for'
Cuts, Bruise,, Sores, UK r.-, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Cliilblains,Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
s disfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by J. N.
| Harris A Son and Carlisle & Ward.
I If you are thinking of buying
A SEWING MACHINE.
OR AN ORGAN,
You will find it at 24 Hill street.
J. fi. HUFF.
CUT IN PRICES:
Shirts, 10c. Collar, He.
Cuffs, per pair, 3c. Undershirts, se.
Drawers, sc. Socks, per pair, 2 • !
I Handkerchiefs, Ic. Towels, 2c.
Parties arc earnestly requested to notice '
the place (under old p ’Stofflce) where they '
i will always get good work, at the pri- -s
I n imed above.
I. C. CHUNG, at New Laundry,
r Life.” t
in, Ga., September 16, 1891.
Atlanta, Ga. J
tend your Pitts’ Gtrminatire too 4
it. She had Cholera Infantum I
ino relief until I beran uslnr Pitt’s X
n 1 had given her but two bottles ?
ok like the same child ladvbeili t
hildren to give this remedy a trial 5
Mrs. LIZZIE MURRAY. J
-W/H Save Year*. $
You do not often have the opportu
nity of buying a desirable line of
seasonable goods at
NEW YORK COST I
You may save many dollars by
attending the cost sale of Mr. W. P.
Horne’s stock at the
This sale continues until May 1.
Why not save a few dollars here ?
I Eagle brand
> Condensed Milk
> Has No Equal as an Infant Food C
C “INFANT HEALTH’sent FREE. *• vCo*o tr ’ s£ »£ f
Scores of Customers
BARGAINS TO OFFER.
NEVER AS MANY NEW SPRING GOODS IN ONE HOUSE IN THIS
TOWN AS IN OURS NOW. SOME OF OUR PRICES ARE POSITIVELY
MARVELOUS, IN FACT, YOU'LL THINK THE CLOTH MAKER GOT HIS
WOOL AND SILK FREE AND THAT COTTON HAD GONE DOWN TO
43 Silk Shirt Waist Patterns at $1.06, worth $2,
36 “ “ “ “ 1.50, you would call’em cheap at $2.75
28 “ “ “ “ 2 85, some merchants would charge $5.
To buy Silks cheap is to trade at Bass Bros. Black and colored Crepons
in short lengths for skirts, newest effects 25 per cent cheaper than the same
goods sell elsewhere.
We have about 100 short lengths in black and fancy woolens in Worst
ed Serges and Henriettas, just enough for a skirt; we are going to < lose nit
Lace Curtains and White Quilts at your price.
I’iques at 12ic, 15c, 20 and 25c, all colors, worth much more anywhere.
Organdies in pink, blue, red, green, heliotrope and lemon at 10c a yard,
i real value 17 ic.
White Organdy, 34 inches wide, at 10c.
“ “ “ 15c.
2 yards width at 38c.
1.000 yards colored Jackonets, 40 inches wide, as long as they last 8 5 y<l
Yard wide I’ercal at 4jc.
Spring style Percale at 5c
A big subject, but our stock is big enough and varied enough to meet
■ its multiform and multiplex requirements.
285 sample Corsets Nos. 18 to 30, at just half price.
200 pairs ot Silk Gloves, your choice tor 25c. Some of them worth ise.
Kid Gloves at 50c, domaged a little. Fans, Parasols, Umbrellas, Belts, busies
Ties in newest styles, Collars, Cyrona Chains, Collar Buckles, Belt Buck es,
Sash Pins, Beauty Pins and Tie Pins.
Undervests at sc, 10c, 15c and 25c.
Ladies Hats in any style or color wanted.
100 new Sailor Hats just received for this week's sale.