Clothing and Gents’ Furnishings.
Our stock is in tune with the demand. Just what is sought after
the most can be found at our place.
What the season, style and trade wants we have. We respectfully
ask you to give us a call.
WILEY L. SMITH,
23 HILL STREET, GBIFFIN, GA
Tangle Foot Fly Paper 25 dou
ble sheets for 35c.
I With every 10c. worth Insect
. Powder we will give a sprinkler
to apply it with.
CARLISLE & WARD
New Lot Beans Just Received.
Now ih the time to plant your second crop.
Also Watermelon and Cantaloupe Seed lor late planting.
Medicines of all Kinds.
Everything kept in a First Class Drug Store.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
J. N. HARRIS & SON.
LOOK WHST SPOT CASH WILL 001
1 doz. 3-lb cane Tomatoes for sl. 69 lbs Pearl Grits for sl. 52 bars
Soap for sl. 100 lbs C. S, Nfeal for sl. Granulated Sugar 5 7-8 s lb. Meal
55c bushel. Ice Cured Meat sic. King of Patent 14.40 barrel. C. S. Hulls
33c. Hay 95c. 200 box Matches 9c dozer
G. W CLARK & SON.
CHEAPEST GROCERS IN I'o WN.
Snap Beans, 5c per quart,
New Irish Potatoes,
Large fat Mackerel Fish.
J. M. SEARS.
I he Evening Call.
GRIFFIN, GA., JUNE;!, 1890.
■Utlceover Davis' Hardware Store
TELEPHONE NO. 22.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL DOTS
OH. J. M. THOMAS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office: No. 23j Hill street, stairway
next to R. P. McWilliams & Son. Tele
phone 27, 2 rings.
R H. Drake marie a bnsine-e trip to
Chas J Dunn went up to Atlanta
this mo: ning.
J. A. Yarbrough, of Williamson,
was in the city today.
Bion Williams, of Greenville, was in
the city this morning.
J. L’. Baker, of Williamson, spent
today in the city shopping.
Waller Salon went up to .Atlanta
this morning on a business trip.
Mrs W B Ballaid, of Zebulon was
the guest of Grithn friends today.
Clever Sidney Grt en, of the Pika
County Journal, was in the city this
I. C. Mathews, I'rave'ong Auditor
the < . ■’. wie in the
Dr M 1- ('arson returned today
from (ilanta, where lie spent sevt ral
day s on bus; i><
A Picnic flam will lie nice Li yolir
Picnic Dinner I In Citv Meat Murk'
Ct, •211 Hili >-r, , I
Jim if Diercksen, Rul> n Wheaton
ami Jackson Patrick will -pend lomor
row at High Falls.
Miss Susie Mathews left today tj
spend some lime in All mtn with the
family of J L Pat rn k
ihe many fiier.de of Mie U A. Gor
don Wl; (• 111 Io iriltl that .-he I- ill
at her hoim ■ n S' x 1 b elr tt t,
Mies Kali, A-kew retutm-d io her
I home in Hampton this m..ruing after
I spending sum time in this cl 1 v
M -ses M<y and S ■ m Jane \\ v id.
wnd attended the <■ ->mg t xerciees of
the Williams n sc! of last night
Mr and Mrs W. B Jacks; u and '
daughti r. Miss Luis J . kaon, of Hol'
lonville, were the guests o' Griffin t
Fresh Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef,
Picnic Hams, Dressed Chicken, Pork
and Beef, f'ne City Meat Market, 20
H " Street.
Mi atjd Mrs J C. I .rial ami M re. '
Mary Eti d, oi Byron, are spending (
some time in this city the guests of <
clever Joe Elrod
Scott Anthony, who has been at- 1
tend ;g Mercer Ir.iveieity at Macon,
retmmd homo this morning to spend
his sum mer vacat ion.
Hon Charlotte E Battle, divis' n s
conns i f. r ihe S ii'la:.: Riilway, 1
came over from Columbus this morn
ing to argue a motion for a new trial
WE WILL HAVE:
Fine Pine Apples, 15c.
Canteloupes, 5c and 10c.
Beans, best in town, Tie quart.
Crate fine Cabbage, 5c lb.
Large fine Mackeral 10c lb.
Fresh Lemons 20c dozen.
Breakfast Syrup, orange, lemon,
honey and sugar flavors.
New lot Hams, 11c lb.
All kinds Crackers fresh.
Laurel wreath Salmon, 17ic can.
Florida honey peaches, get a basket
Standard Blend Tea, 5c package.
Best black and green Tea, 50c lb.
M'COWELL & EDWARDS.
in 1110 case of Watson vs. Southern
What will be any nicer that) Break*
fast Bacon or Dried Beef for your
breakfast? The City Meat Market, 20
This has been tiie hottest day this
year, and those who were cornplaining
of the cold weather in February, are
now wishing for some of it. The ther
mometer lias been above 95 in the
shade since early this morning.
On behalf of Mr. Jas. P. Sawtell,
who has so tong been ill, we desire to
return thanks for the many courtesies
shown by Mrs. Cal. R. J. Kedding, in
the way of beautiful flowers. Such
courtesies are always appreciated.
Prof. Chas. M, Neel will bold ’he
examination for entrance to the Uni
versity of Georgia on Monday June
sth., at the High School building, 9
o’clock a. m. Young gentleman wish
ing to stauil examination, will report
at 9 o’clock.
Mr. Reeves Brown,of Macon, will be
in the city tha guest of his mother,
Mrs. M. 11 Brown, tomorrow.
Some mischievious person ou South
Hill street has a mania for discharg
ing his pistol at nights. We don’t
care who he if —white or black, young
or old—but we hope the officers will
succeed in getting evidence enough to
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111,
makes the statement, that the caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
was treated for a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. He told
her she was a hopeless victim of con
sumption and that no medicine could
cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr.
King’s New Discovery for Consump
ticn ; she bought a bottle and to her
delight found herself benefited from
first dose She continued its use and
after taking six hotties, found herself
sound and well; now- does her own
housework, and is as well ns she ever
was. Free trial bottles of this Great
Discovery at Harris A Son’s and Car
lisle A Ward's drug store Only 50
cents and $1 OO ; ( very bottle guaran
cast o n i a .
Bears the Ths KM Yu Hava Always Bought
Signature //fy /
flit te s trouble in the Bridge Street
Church, Biocklyn. It is a colored
people's church, and the li >uLle grows
out of the fact that the newly no gued
pastor is too nearly white to suit the
congregation. His wife is dso very
light complexiuuki!, and it is said both
do ;.i't to be taken as white persons,
to the d ngust of their darker brethren.
"I | aid a dollar on the new' carpet,"
said one pillar of the Bridge Street
Church, “and Hendeisui shall never
weik <>n my dollar" The chief griev
ance against Henderson stems to be
that he will not live in the neighbor
hoo4 of the church to which he may
be assigned, in order that he maj
avoid coming into contact with his
black- kinned congregation in a social
Slate of Ohio, City of Toledo,)
Lucas County. f ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath teat he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sura of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be 1
cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
Cuke. ’ , FBANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in ,
my presence, this «th day of December, A.
D., 1886. * ’ l
( , A. W. GLEASON. <
( seal Notary Public. ,
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and nets directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system Send for testimo- ;
nials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
* Hall’s Family Pills are the l»est.
■Wl|| I wiiiii 111 —yijMk
Why Kot Gold
Tht-r: is avt i; general demand for
; apt i money. The pUi pie don't waul
to carry either gold or silve r in i..rge
umauntH in their pockets I’neie is
great deal i.l gold in t iit.ui.ii o , and
in drawing money from tin• 1, .oka peu
ple t xpress lheii pri !< r for paper
money. Il doean’l make any i! tl r
i-iici'ti them wfm'.b ui* in uat o.i .!
bank bills, green > ck-, 1 1■- ■ Ury nut?"
or gold er silver Tim pa-
per money is much more c-.mvenie. t
an j can Im bundled .uh lees danger
of loss than gold.
There doeeti’t stern to be any good
reason why the treasury department
shouldn’t issue gold certificates. The
act of June 12, 1882, authorizes the
Secretary of the Treasury to accept at t
the treasury in Washington or at any !
sub-treasury, deposits of gold in sums '
of S2O or upwards, and i.-sue certificates
for the same in denominations of not
leas than S2O, but directs him to sub
pend the issue of such certificates when
the amount of gold in the treasury
falls below $100,000,000.
During the term of office of Secre
tary Carlisle the go diu the treasury
fell bslow that sum, anil he suspended
the issue of gold certificates But theie
is no reason now why the issue should
not be resumed. The treasury is full
of gold, it having re than $200,000,
000 of it. It is said, however, that
Secretary Gage baa doubts about his
authority to issue certificates It is i
difficult to see why he should ba troub-1
led by such doubts The law seems to I
be very clear. »The authority to bus- |
pend the issue of the certificates car
ries with it the authority to resume
the issue of them.
The output of gold is steadily increas
ing. In the year 1887 it wag only
$105,000,000 for ths whole world. Last
year it was nearly $288,000,000. The
director of the mint estimates that it
will be more than $310,000,000 for
this year, and that it will come very
near being $400,000,000 next year.
Owing to our enormous exports we
are getting a very large share of the
world’s gold. More and more of the
metal will appear in circulation unless
some method is adopted for putting
paper money in circulation to repre
sent it And it might ba advisable for
Congress to authorize the issuing of
gold certificates of a denomination
less than S2O. Certificates of the de
nomination of $5 would be a great
convenience to the people.
Silver in dimes, quarters and halves
is a necessary currency, but most peo
ple prefer silver certificates to silver
dollars It would be a popular thing
to do to put in circulation silver cer
tificateo of small denominations in
place of some of the silver dollars
winch are so burdensome to carry,
particularly in hot weather —Sivan-
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For sleeplessness, nervousness heart fail
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For fever, chills, debility ami kidney
diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural ami thorough organ
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Dr. 11. Mozlcy—Dear Sir : Since using
your Lemon Elixir I, have never had an
other attack of those fearful sick head
aches, and thank God that I have at 1.-'
found a medicine that will cure those aw
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Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Mozleys Lemon Elixir-
I suffered with indigestion and dysen
tery for two long years. 1 heard of Lemon
Elixir; got it; taken seven bottles and am
now a well man. Harry Adams,
No. 1734 First Ave., Birmingham, Ala.
Mozley’s Lemon Elixir
Cured my husband, who was afflicted f>r
years with large ulcers on his leg, and was
cured after using two bottles; and cured a
friend whom the doctors had given up to
die, who had suffered for years with indi
gestion and nervous prostration.
Mrs. E. A. Beville,
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Cures all Coughs, Colds, Horseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage, and
all throat and lung diseases. Elegant, re
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IL Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you. if you used
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sufferers have proved their matchless mer
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make pure blood and strong nerves and
build up your health. Easy to take. Try
them. Only 35 cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by J. N. Harris & Son and
Carlisle A Ward, druggists.
For Backache use Stu
art's Gin and Buchu.
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I .Johnson Station, Ga., September 16, 1891. S ’
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ALL HIE SHORT LENGTHS LN WASH GOODS TO GO ON .MIDDLE
COUNTER AND PRICES PLACED ON SAME THAT WILL MOVE THEM
OUT AT ONCE. WE HAVE A GREAT ACCUMULATION OF THE MOST
Spring Goods in Remnants,
RANGING FROM :: YARDS I P To 1:; YARDS EACH. AN OPPORTUNITY
TO EUY CHILDHENS DRESSES, SKIUTS AND SHIRT WAISTS FOR 1.l- -S
, OUT THESE REMNANTS—FIRST COME WILL OF COURSE GET PRICES.
About 325 yaids plain and striped Lawns at 3ic, worth 6c.
About 110 yards white and checked Lawn worth Bc, to close at 5c v 1.
About 265 yards white Lawn in sto 15 yaid lengths, to go at 6ie. Tib-i
lot is well worth 10c.
The 20c white Lawn we will cl e out .if 10c.
White Organdie in sto 12 yards length l , at 10 .
I’.nk, blue, re 1, cream and green Organdy at It 1 .
Irish Lawn at 7Jc.
White ami colored Piques in skirt length- 1 , very cheap to ’o ■ cut
Linen Crash for skirts at Be, worth 15c.
Remnants in Percals, Calicoes, Bleachings, Cotton a des Cassimer.
E’otted Swiss at Bic yard.
A beautiful line of ladies Silk Ties hought cheap, will sell cheap.
Pon t miss this s-tle of Remnant Come a soon as vou can,
Sani])l(‘ Slippers to lit every one at about
Unjust to the South-
Co! Lewin, formerly a naval officer,
in a speech at a reception 'o a negro
reg nent at Nov Orleans yesterday,
made a statement that reflects very
unju- : y upon lb-- s . Ihe sib
still •<> of the Rtatenrct i- that the
• tlitl. ■* « > i ,i-\- tiling to prevent
the neg •tr n gettin ' the front in
the wn that they did r. ,t get there
them: - Ives That more s nth' rn troops
did i it get to the fr r t in time of
actua. h'"tilitit <'vas r > fault of the
south. A oumbvi .•( ■ uth<rn regi
menu made every effort to induce the
war department to send them to the
front, but without success Alger dis
criminated against the troops from
the t- uth, for reasons entirely un
wort! y the position be cccupues
he front with nt orders and it was
m>t tlu’ir fault that they were kept be*
fond ■!.. camp- little better that <b ath
t ra p S
If Col Lewis is sincere in the state
ments he made in New Orleans, he is
wln ignore - t. of the true facta. t
|i- m deniri'fy true that tire few m pro
Iron; - enlisted gave the war depar -
merit rm .0 trouble than all the "
' troop - combined —Columbus Er •
Tax Receiver’s Notice.
1 will be at the different placcson tin
days mentioned below, for the purpose <>t
receiving state and county Taxes for the
Districts. April, May. dm
Africa 3 ]
Inion 4 2
Line Creek C> 4
Orrs r 5
Akins to 8
Cabin 11 9
<)n (Irr’s days will be at my office. Ex
cept the days named above I will be at my
office in L. C. Manley’s store until the first
of July, when my books will be closed.
’ 11. T. JOHNSON,
Tax Receiver Spalding County, On
J- CHESTNEY SMITH.
ATTOBSBT AT LAW.
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