J. A. FOCfUE, Editor.
Entered at the postoffice at McDonough
Ga., as second-class mail matter.
McDonough. Ga., Arm 1, 1892.
In closing a magnificent address to
the people of Georgia, Honorable Torn
Watson declares bis sincerity of pur
poses in the glowing words below. We
heartily endorse every utterance in it
but differ with him in one respect—he
makes a fatal mistake in not using the
Democratic party for the accomplish
ment of the great work to be done.
Through it alone the eternal principles
of justice to our loved South must
Here are the words:
“You can have no hopes that I do
not share. No aflliction could befall
you from which 1 would not suffer.
My home is with you and will al
ways be. My kindred are among
yours and will always be. My inter
ests are as yours and will always be.
If there is any other thought in my
mind except for the common good of
our Common Country, may the Master
lay my plans low and cover them with
eternal shame !
Then let us be up and doing ! We
have counseled together and our con
clusions are fixed. We have reasoned
together, and our thoughts are agreed.
Now it’s time for action. Let him
who will fight, put liis armor on !
Let him who is afraid, go home and
hide under the bed.
Let every earnest, true man and
woman, put the house in order and
come forth and help us.
“Hands all abound” from the
mountains to the sea!
Let every citizen who loves his
home and Cause, lay his hand upon his
heart and say “Here is one man who
knows his duty and will do it: who
sees the way clearly and will walk it;
who will go on, right on, till the end is
reached ; who will work in the lead or
in the rauks, in tempest and in sun.
shine; through good and through evil
report; through the morning and
through the heat and burden of the
day—well knowing, that when the
evening comes, there shall be the radi
ance and the rest that follows duty no
bly done, as the sunlight follows the
Ninitially In Free.
Griffin, Ga. March 20.—Tho now
celebrated case of W. W Nunnally,
charged with the murder of his grand
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Barrett, on Jan
uary 3d, was begun here today.
Mr. Nunnally was formaly cited at
9 o'clock when the indictment was read
and to which he pleaded “not guilty.”
On the indictment as attorneys for
the state appear the names of Solicitor
General Emmett Womack and Colon
el F. D. Dismuke. For the defendant
are Messrs. Stewart & Daniel, Hall <&
After the call of the witnesses the
State announced ready, and when the
list for the defendant was completed,
they did likewise. Up to this time no
motion for delay had occurred, but at
this point the state was apprised that
Tom Westmoreland, who had answer
ed when bis name was called was not
the Tom they wanted, and they moved
for a continuance, alleging that lie was
the second material witness in the case.
In support of their motiou Sheriff Pat
rick was placed ou the stand, and stat
ed that Tom Westmoreland’s testimony
would be that he was at Jerry Holt's
on the Sunday of the killing, and heard
a conversation in regard to it, and that
he followed Jerry Holt to Dr. Barrett’s
house, and saw him and Will Nunnal
ly do the deed. Ou cross examination
the sheriff swore, as did several others,
that the boy was a notorious liar, and
they would not believe him on oath
unless his testimony was corroborated.
Judge Boynton overruled the mo
tion aud the case proceeded.
As Judge Hall was going to address
the jury for his cliemt. Colonel Wom
ack stated that he felt it his duty to
say that he had no case, and was wil
ling to let the defense take a verdict of
not guilty. As to Jerry Holt and Sam
Kendall, they were both ordered re
leased on their own cognisance.
Judge Boynton stated that if convic
tion under the evidence was found by
the jury he would not let it stand.
There were seperate indictments against ■
each of the prisoners for murdering Dr.
and Mrs. Barrett, which were not tried,
but the prisoners were released on tbeir
recognizance. Solicitor Womack stat
ed that he would like this to be his last
The Wonderful Success
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a blood pur-*|
ifier entitles it to your coutideuce. No
other preparation has such a record of
cures of Scrofula, Salt Rheum. Blood
Poisouing. or other blood diseases. To
try it is to know its merit. Be sure to :
get Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
For a general family cathartic we
confidently recommend Hood’s Pills.
They should be in every home medi
After a long absence I will give aTI
the news that I can from ltocky;
There is hut little sickness in our
community at present.
After several weeks of severe sick
ness, Mrs. J. H. McVicker is able to
be up again.
Mrs. McVicker, of Lovejoy, is visi
ting ber son, J. fl. McVicker.
Mr. E. W. Jackson is very feeble
Mrs. W. F. Jones is on the sick list
The recent continued rains have put
some of our farmers behind with tbeir
Wheat is looking very promising.
We never saw oats better and as many
sowed. And there is a large amount
of corn being planted. Cotton seems
to be passing away with the things of
the past. We cauuot raise cotton to
compete witli the more fertile country
where they use uu guano aud make
trilible tho amount per acre.
Asa Oglesby and Luther Copeland,
of McDonough, attended divine ser
vice at Itoeky Creek last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pursley, of Atlanta,
father and mother of L. If. Pursley,
after speudiug a few days with him and
family returned home Friday.
A Sunday school was organized at
Rocky Creek church last Sunday with
35 scholars. W. T. Bernhard was
elected superintendent and 11. H. Greer
assistant sup’t. The school meets ev
ery Sunday at 3 o’clock P. M.
Miss Villie Pursley left Friday for
Atlanta, where she will spend several
weeks visiting relatives aud friends.
C. S. Goodman and family were up
last Sunday, the guests of W. T. Bern
W. S. Davis and family was circula
ting among his Rocky Creek friends
There will be a very good fruit crop
yet, we think, as all that was not in
full bloom is saved.
Hampton alliance has indorsed the
action of the St Louis convention.
Three cheers for W. L. Peek, and
three more for Watson. Abram.
The farmers of this section are about
done planting corn I haven’t been
around to see, hut people who know
say there is more corn and w : U be less
cotton planted this year than tiiey have
seen iu many years. The farmers are
fast lealizing that it is cheaper to raise
something to eat than it is to raise cot
tou at the present price.
This country is fast tilling up, and
the day is not fur distant when it will
he one of the choice spots in Georgia.
It’s cheap lands, and it’s fertile soil.
Some people would say I would’nt live
down there among the pines and go
phers, hut the most of the people who
say that are renters, and the rent they
pay one year would buy them a nice
little homo down here. But iu a few
years it will not be so cheap, land is
going up every day, as the people are
beginning to Hud out the money that’s
In the soil.
Besides we have a nice little station,
which is incorporated, and composed of
nice people and clever merchants. Sev
eral houses are going up, a new store
has just been completed, and another
one going up, besides several new
dwellings. We have also a line school
here, Prof. J. J. Huggins principal
And Ashburu, our sister town three
miles above here, is a glowing little
Most of the people around here are
for Cleveland, but we say hurrah, for
llill and Crisp. Cleveland got heat in
his own state, and we thiuk it time for
him to stop. Ouce in twenty four
years, the democrats got the chance
to put their man at t lie head of the
government, hut they put the wrong
man there, but thank God its not too
late to correct their mistake. Perhaps
some people will disagree with me, hut
every man is at liberty to have his own
opinion. And so the on.
The farmers are planting more wa
termelons, although they came out
short last year. One man thinks, well
the people all lost money on their mel
ons last year and will not plant any
this year, aud 1 will get my own price.
And it came to pass, that every man
thinks the same thing, and again they
come out at the little end of the horn.
Aud so it is, and so it will he as long
as the world stauds. One man thinks he
is a liitle smarter than somebody else,
and somebody else thinks the same
thing, aud we are all the time coming in
contact wtth our superiors and our su
periors with their superiors. So we
can r< alize the fact that we are not as
smart as we thought we were.
We have been having some nice
rains for the last few days, hut it has
cleared otf aud the wiud blowing from
ihe north west, aud the piues singing
their same old tune.
There is very little sickness in this
part, it is a healthy country.
Kll ! f-1 fV? Af oures scr * ,ch oB
1\ A 11.11 horses, mange on
I dogs »ith one or two applications. For
sale by I>. J. Sanders.
Ground too wet to plow, and lias
been for several days.
I’rof. Cornwell is a line teacher and
has a good school.
Rev. Gus Calloway, we are soiry to
say, has four children down with the
M essrs. W. B. Carmichael and Ltim
Fields witnessed the marriage of Mr.
Jim Foster and Miss Mattie McVicker
last week. The bride is a most accom
plished young lady, and was the belle
of Babb, and tho groom a very worthy,
intelligent, moral, business young man.
We wish them a long and happy life.
We are sorry to hear of Uncle Lige
Foster’s illness, and hope his health
will soon be restored to him.
Mr. Sam Carmichael had another
line cow to die the other day.
Mr. John Copeland and lady gave
us a visit last week.
Sid Mays is said to be one of the
best road overseers in the county. Sid
says he will stay on the road two ways
and a half to boss one hand.
We learn that Billie Fields auJ John
I. Stevenso'j have done some good work
on their roads.
A spelling bee will come off between
the pupils of Miss Mattie Bennetts
school, at Payne’s chapel, ou next
Friday night, the Bth iust, which prom
ises to be an interesting affair, Pub
lie cordially invited to attend.
Tlios. D. Stewart, of your town, is
one of the best, most sensible all-round
men iu the country, and we would like
to see him sent to Congress.
We are told that Mr. Weems’s pe
tition had a great many more names to
it than Col. Brown’s, and the Govern
or ought to have recognized it, as Mr.
Weems is a farmer. Mr. Northen also
belongs to that class, and the most
votes is what puts a man iu office.
We are not of the sort that believes
in letting prejudice against one man
govern him, to the hurt of the masses
of the people.
Dr. Thurmon, ol Hampton, gave us
a call the other day.
We have heard it for a saying, that
every dog has his day, so Friday will
he one for a great many of us, as it is
all fool’s day, and that ain’t half as
had as it is for some men to act a fool
when it is to the hurt of his neighbor,
or to the public.
Col. C. M. Speer let us have some
fine cotton seed last week, for which
we are thankful. Mr. (Speer is one of
the cleverest men in Heury county,
and never forgets a favor.
It is a fixed and immutable law that
to hava good, sound health one
must have pure, rich and abundant
blood. There is no shorter nor surer
route than by a course of I)e Witt’s
Sarsaparilla. D. J. Sanders.
When the democratic executive com
mittees in certain counties are reorgan
ized they should determine who are en
titled to vote iu the democratic prima
ries aud to participate in democratic
meetings. There should be a test an
nounced, and the test should be that the
voter will support the uouiuee of the
party. A mau who has made up his
mind to vote with the third party has
uo more right to paiticipate In select
ing democratic candidates than has a
republican, and the democratic execu
tive committees in the various counties
shouid see to it that he does uot. It is
to be regretted that any democrat will
leave the party, hut if he will, then he
ought not to even hint at participating
in democratic primaries.—Exchange.
“Gentle Spring” loses many of its
terrors when the system is fortified by
the use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. With
multitudes, this wouderful tonic-altera
tive has long superseded aU other
spring medicines, being everywhere
recommended by physicians.
The technological school, says the
Atlanta Constitution, is crowded with
students this year, there being as many
young men as the machine shops with
iheir present capacity can accomrao
j date. The school is moving ou most
! gloriously successful in the accomplish
ment of its great purpose. The young
men who graduate from this school
step immediately into prominence iu
the avocatious of their respective trades
and command salaries ol $lOO to $2OO
per month from the very beginning.
If dull, spiritless and stupid ; if your
blood is thick and sluggish ; if your ap
petite is capricious aud uncertain, you
need a Sarsaparilla. For best results
take De Witt’s. 1) J. Saudeis.
Some business men talk aboqt »up
l>orting a newspaper. They do noth
ing of the kind; it is the newspaper
that keeps alive business of the com
muuitv. The mau that does not ad
vertise stands about as much show
with his competitor as a hull team does
with a steam engine
Early Risers, Early Risers, Early
Risers, the famous little pills forconsti
aption sick headache dyspepsia and
uervousuess. D. J. Sanders.
The J. A. Maxwell place, on At
lanta street, can be reuted if desired,
or bought at a bargain by applying at
Oh, my ! It is astonishing how many
[ faces you someiinies find off the front
[ side of a man’s head. But the mat
astonishing part is, how blissfully igno
rant ihese 2-faced people seem lo be
:of the fact being known to you. The
: 2-fated politician is the gentleman who!
lays a trap for vou by pretending to
agree with you concerning men and
measurea, and he is blissfully ignorant
of the fact that you are feeding him
out of his own spoon. He is so puffed
up with the exalted opinion he has of
his own shrewdness that he has no
time to notice ihe hilarious laughter
you are emprting into your sieve at his
Of all the professions (oh. yes poli
tics is a profession now) in the woild,
politics offers the broadest field for 2-
But 1 am glad to say that all politi
ciaus aie not 2-faced. Some have only
a face and a half, some not quite so
much, some only one. According to
lmy way of thinking, a man, whether
he he a [Kiliticiau or not, should be sat
isfied with what the Lord has given
But the 2-faced politician is a hi ight.
silver-clad augel when compared with
the satarmril lump of clay who seeks to
injure you in character or business
Look into the eyes of one of this class
and you jwill see “sneak” written all
over his countenance. Dishonest him
self, with a soul no larger than the
millionth part of a flax seed, he seeks
by lying, with slimy tongue and sin
cursed lips, to drag as many as possible
dowif to his own level, and that level
is a lower than the lowest floor of
But that’s enough. Thank God,
there are more single than double fa
ces, and more sincerity than insinceri
ty. Asi there’s room enough oti
earth for all—except some.— Bob
Tlte numerous friends of our fellow
James H. Foster, were sur
prised last Tuesday afternoon to see
him drive in town with his wood lady,
Miss McVicker, to have the ceremony
performed by Rev. B. N. Trammell.
Several knew that the marriage was
soon to occur, hut were not expecting
it on that day.
These young people are of the best
famjlies of. Henry county, and the con
gratulations extended them were nu
merous and hearty.
Mr. Foster is. oue of the steadiest
young men iu our town and a highly
inoral gentleman, and his lady is one
of those noble women whose presence
bless the earth.
They will go to housekeeping at once
in the Bnrlord bouse. May they live
long and prosper, and lead as noble
lives in the future as they have in the
past. —Hampton Hustler.
Tint W f.kklV and the Constitution,
with a chance in a SIO,OOO prize draw
ing, all for ouly $1.50. For full par
ticulars see advertisements in this issue.
.Mrs. L. R. Pattod, Rockford, 111.,
writes : “Front personal experience I
can recommend De Witt’s Sarsaparil
la, a cure for impure blood and gener
al debility.” 1). J. Sanders.
English Spavin Liniment removes
all hard, soft or calloused lumps and
blemishes from horses, blood spavins,
curbs, splints, sweeney, ring hone, sti
fles, sprains, ail swollen throats, coughs
etc. Have SSO by Use of one bottle.
Warranted the most wouderful Blem
ish Cure ever known. Sold by C. 1).
I.hillcm Afe I nlm lii■■ :■ le,
because the h iglf *' they rise in society the
weaker they tiiul themselves bodily. Ills
lev’s Philotoken Controls the nerves, aids
nature in her various functions, and thus
combats with ilunmany ills of womankind
successfully. ItYyoui druggist has not got
it he will order itttlbr you for $1 a bottle,
from Chas. F. Riucy, Wholesale Druggist,
83 Oortlandt S*l New York. Send for a
descriptive pampjdet. with directions and
and certificates liim many ladies who have
used it and caul say enough in favor of
How to Cure All Nkin his.
Simply apply “Swaikx’s Ointment.”
No internal nici icinc required. Cures
teller, eczema, itc E, all eruptions on the
face, hands, nos* Ac., leaving the skin
clear, white mid laalthy. Its great healing
and curative powers are posessed by no
other remedy, ,tsk your druggist for
roii * v ttru’siA
Use Brown’s Iron Bittcra.
Physician recommend it.
All dealers keep L *I.OO per l>ottle. Genulna
has trade mark andwossed red lines on wrapper
IkiwiMlKwlon hi in Cfuaitllu m>hi|>.
GEORGIA —Henri County.
To alt whom it Snay concern: W, M.
Combs, guardian IWI- Martha B. Smith, ap
plies to me for let*rs of dismission from
said guardianship. «id I will pass upon his
application on thejrst Monday in May next
at my office in Mcljbnough, said county.
Given under my laud an official signature
this March .‘ttlth, 1*9:1.
/Wn. N. NELSON.
Printer's fee ' Ordiuary.
Tax Receiver’s Notice.
Brushy Knob. Mteday April 11.
Sixth Thursday ijlj
Klippen Friday luH
Love's Satur lay |Hr.
McDonough MoiJhy, Tuesday and Wed
nesday IS, 19. *3O. Jhl
McMullen’s Tbutj.fcy SI.
McDonough SatJafay £l.
Hampton Monday Jo.
Lowe's Tuesday X.
Locust Grove WMkesday 47.
Tussahaw Thur-tflr 4S.
Sandv Ridge Frijfi 49.
A. J. AWfflY. T. C H. C. Ga ,
Makes tlie lives of many people miserable,
and often, leads to self-destruction. Distress
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, “ all gone”
feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and irrcgu
larity of the bowels, are
Distress some of the more common
symptoms. Dyspepsia does
. not get well of itself. It
Eating requires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa
parilla, which acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus sick
overcoming the local symp- . .
toms removes the tympa- nodu “' , ' , i' !
thetic effects of the disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
" I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite, and what I did eat
n distressed me, or did me
nearx* good _ In an hour
burn after eating I would expe
rience a faintness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up in a Sour
room with fresh paint. Last _ .
spring I took Hood’s Sarsa- OtOrnctC.fi
rilla—took three bottles. It did me an
immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced.”
George A. Page, Watertown, Mass.
Bold by all druggists, gl; six for g 5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
iOO Doses One Dollar
The smallest. Pill in the World!
I of recruiting health in diacovered In
Tiny Um% Pis 1
i In liver affections, sick headache, dys-1
pepsia, flatulence, heartburn, bilious
colic, eruptions of the skin, ami all
I troubles of the bowels, their curative \
effects are marvcleus. They are si cor
rective as well as a gentle cathartic*.
'Very small and easy to take. Price,’
Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, N. Y.
Send Ten Cents And
Sontlern Alliance Farmer
For Ten Weeks On Trial.
The Best Alliance Pa
per in The South.
GET UP A CLUB.
ftamismiie Premiums Offered tor
the Lanresi List fit Ten Cents.
The Southern Alliance Farmer,
Corner Hunter And Forsyth Sts
SlierilpM Saifs for April.
WiM he sold before the court house door,
in the town of McDonough. Henry county,
Georgia, between the lawful hours of sale,
on the first Tuesday in April next, the
following described property, to-wit :
Sovcnty-five acres of land on noith side
of lot No. 169, in gevcotkhdietrict: of Henry
county, bounded on south by land of Sow
ell, west by lands of W. N, Nelson, north
by lands of Willis Goodwin, east by lands
ol Albert Daniel. Levied on as tile prop
erty of Willis Goodwin, to satisfy three tax
(i f»s against Willis Goodwin. Ibis March
9, I*9*'. Printer's fee $6
Also. One hundred and forty- three acres
of bind, being lIH acres of the south side
of lot No. J *2:l, and twenty-five acr. a of the
south west corner of lot No. 131, ah in tiie
twelfth district of Henry county and known
as the home place ot b’r.tneis A Calloway.
Levied on as the property ot Pram*.is A.
Calloway to satisfy ten executions is.-tied
from Justice court of the 888th di-frict G.
M. of Henry county in favor of S. W Jack
son vs. Francis A Callow iv i nis Marco
7th, 189*2. Printer’s fee sfj
Also, lot of land No. seventy-eight, lot
ot laud No. eight s - three, and the east halt
of lot of land No. one hundred and ten, all
being in the seventh district ot Henry coun
ty, Georgia, and contain ng five hundred
and six and one-halt acres. Said laud gold
under and by virtue ot a fi fa issued from
Justise’s court 611th district G. M , Henry
county, Ga., in thvor of 0. T. Zichry again.- 1
W. B. Amnions, t enant in possession legal
ly notified, March 3d, 189*2. Printer’s Lo
$3 N, A. GLASS, Sl’crilV.
For Admi nit»C>*u(ioift.
GEORGIA —Henry County.
To all whom it may concern: Mi’s. Fan
nie T. Lee has in proper form applied to
me lor permanent letters ot admiatration,
with the will annexed, on the estate of C.
M. Lee, late of said county dece is» d, this
is therefore to cite all and singular the
creditors and next- of kin of C. M. Lee. to
be and appear at my office within the time
allowed by lav- and show cause, if any they
can, whv permanent administration, witli
the wilt annexed, should net be granted to
Mrs Fannie T. Lee on 0. M Lee’s estate. |
Witness mv hand and ottici .l signature,
This March 7th, 18*14.
WM. N. NELSON,
Printer’s fee $3 Ordinary H. 0.
GEOKGI A—Henry County.
Whereas, J. E Walker, admin Lira tor of
Mrs. Ellen Fields, represents to this
Court in his petition duly filed, that he has 1
fully administered the estate of Ellen Fields
—This is therefore to cite ail persons con- ;
cerned, heirs and creditors, to sdow can,sc, if;
any they can, why said adn ini>tiator should
not be discharged from his administration j
and receive letters ol dismission on the first
Monday in June, 189*2. I hi- Match 4nd,
189*2. * WM. N. N ELB.ON, Ordinary,
Whereas, W. M Combs, executor of the
wilLot George Russell, decensid, represents
to the court in his petition duly filed, that
he has fully administ *red George Russell’s
estate—This is therefore to cite all persons
concerned, heirs and creditors, to show
cause, if any they can, why said executor
should not be discharged from his editor
ship ot said estate, and receive letters of
dismission on the first Monday in June.
1892. This March 7th, 1892.
Win. N. NELSON,
Printer s fee $5.80. Ordinary, j
DUNCAN & CAMP,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-
Flour, Grain & Hav,
Have Removed to
41 & 43 East Alabama St.,
ATLANTA, - GEORGIA.
POTTS k POTTS.
Wholesale Dealers In
FMr\e : Whiskies,
32 Peachtree St. ATLANTA, GA.
C. M. MAHONE, Proprietor
HENRY COUNTY POULTRY FARM,
Locust Grove, Ga.
I handle ill * UI»IO*S, «ratlv Mfr K --3 per 13.
Also SILVER SPANGLED HAMBURG 3 AND LANGSHAN*;, PiWinners
from .yard of Loring Brown. Bolingbroke, Ga. lvras jjbL'di pur i.L
Also /tiurrirau iloininiqiKN, from yard of t Wilson Ell- P' r Ei.
Also keep on hand Dodge's C. 0. C. 0., which is a sure cur for u -1 ;a. and if used
as a preventive there will be no colcra. Price :*sc per package.
ffF Buy, sell and exchange produce at ali times. Mielies! market price paid for
Eggs and Chickens.
Buggies, Wagons or Harness
Remember that I shall always keep the Largest Stock, La
test Styles and Best Qualities.
Horse Shoeing and Repair Work
In all branches a specialty, and done promptly in the best
workman like manner.
H. W. CARMICHAEL,
Short time only I will t<3 a a a
send my Electric |J jP O Months
J cits and Trusses Rfosx @ a jL«T\]L
If You wish Health, Address DK Cl* .11 DD, Detroit Midi
Oil (: My Elect lie Metis arc the lightest dm,,leal. i»..st dutaMe. and genera 1 e
Months »"• ti" <-9 mine Tiedlifity hail an.- other. Supir:.»r to anv Box Buttery
Trial nl:,J . e - A Butbry nod 15. It combined, and produces sufficient Electricity .<»
produce a shock, mid should lie used by male and female, old and votin'' 'As
much of H household necessity as sugar, tea and coffee. Not only a cute for disease but
also a preventive.
Butt* City, Moxt., dan. Iff. Iff!) *.— Within the last eighteen months we have taken
in over *l.OOO lor Judd’s Kleetrie Belts and Trusses, and have never had a sin"le c „tn
plaint, but have In-.d nnnv compliments passed upon them. 1). M. Nkwmuo Darn 0 3
My reference, Banks and Mercantile agencies.
BARGAINS in FURNITURE
In view of the scarcity of money and the low price of cotton, we have
made our arrangements to sell vow what Furnitute you need at very’ reasonable
prices. We are prepared to handle anything in our lit eas cheap as anybody
in Middle Georgia, and now we propose to do that very thio<». ‘ Why should
you think of going to Atlanta or anywhere else to buy what ”vou need when
you can get it for less money right at your own door?
tVly Undertaker’s Department
Is always full and complete, as I can furnish anyttiiug from the cheapest to the
hes-. at as low prices as anybody. A nice Hearse and careful driver win k„
famished you when desired. As to **
Lumber and Shingles,
I never had a better supply on baud, and have never been better prepared to
handle them for a more reasonable profit. If vou are thinkin.. 0 f bidhlinl
come to see me and I will convinc yon that now is the time 3 e ’
I desire to thank mv customers for past favors, and will promise to dc as
much for you in the future as I have overdone in the past, if vou will onlv
come to see me when you waut anything in my line. ’ "
B. B. CARMICHAEL,
accounts made after this date, and all open accounts «v d,.-e Oc