That is why all who examine my stock of
ns '-—Declare it the best assortmeat in Athens—
T took special paias in selecting my stock of goods for"! this season
and am gratified at the verdiot of those who hare examined and passed
judgment upon it.
I point with special pride to my lines of Neckwear, Neglige and Dress
Phirts and Gents’ Underwear. I assume to say they are ahoad of any*
thing to be found in this market.
I have a line of $lO Suits that will surprise yon as to quality. You
have paid sl6 for no better goods. See them.
J: J. C. McMAHAN '
Clayton Street ------ Athens, Ga.
The Largest Store
In the County.
Tho Largest Stock of BuggUs, Wagons, R>ad C .rts, Harness, Sad
dies, Furniture, Coffin, Burial Robss, eto, -‘in .the county.
Lime, Door*, Sash, Bind*, and the celebrated ‘‘MATCH
LESS” Cotton Grower Guano, and Magnolia Acid Phos
phate. AH at the lowest prices for oah or credit to
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Nothing But BEST GOODS
TRY YOUR HOME MARKET FIRST.
<J. M. IUDD
FIVE FORKS NEWS.
ON THE 63.
Hev* BF Elliot preached to a largo con
gregation here Sunday
The lumber for the church is about all
sawed, another day or so will finish it up.
Mrs. B J Burton, Misses Eva Glenn and
Emma Willingham, were visiting in town
Misses Lula and Lilia Downer were in
town last Friday shopping*
Crops are looking fine at this time, es
pecially corn—some complaint about
stands of cotton
T G Hijchcock has been somewhat in
disposed for several days. W W Kidd
■iso has been under the weather.
Big-fishing party at Colberts mill last
Friday. Several of our town dudes ear
ned their girls, and H B ot Hull c- me
down after his.
Several of the fair sex enlivened the
town with their presence Friday evening.
All persons are hereby warned not to
©inploy or harbor, one Ellen Simmons
col., under penalty of the law. as she
i under contract with me for the proa
ent year. April 18th 1894.
J. J. TOUTKKHELD.
L M Chandler has a fine stand of cotton
and is busy chopping it.
Mr. John Davies has bought him anew
Messrs Louis Chaudler, Pope Hardman,
and Luther Chandler were in Athens last
Our community was visited by a re
freshing rain Monday night, which made
vegation take on new life.
8 G Chandler says he didn't enjoy the
singing at pleasant Grove a bit, because he
didn't get to *e his little girl.
The farmers have plenty of grass to
keep them busy.
Rev Mr. Elliot preached an interesting
sermon at Union on last Friday. The peo
ple carried their dinners and had a nice
Mr. Billie Williams and wife are sick
A certain young man in this communi
ty says he is going to bid bis best girl
good bye this fall for good.
" Sheriff Bro< ks and wife visited
Athens this week.
Items of Interest to ‘‘Free
State” People Picked
As* Handed Oat is Small Monkish as is Is
Be Easily Digested—Births, Oeatka,
Marriages, Visitors, Etc.
Mrs. Frank Gralftjfcn is recover*
ering from a severe spell of sick
J A Gloer and daughter, Miss
Ellen, visited Athens Tuesday.
Col. D W Meadow attended
Lexington adjourned court this
J D Gloer of Bowman, was
shaking hands ' with his many
friends here Sunday.
Mrs. J A Royston and Mrs: Dr.
R C Mosely, of Royston, visited
relatives here Sunday,
Mrs. Cynthia Bird has been
extremely ill for several deys, but
is improving at this writing.
S C G’Kelley has been quite
sick this week.
Mrs. John E Gordon has been
quite sick this week, but is better
The school children and faculty
aye busy making preparatio s for
commencement, which begins
here on the 2nd, Sunday in June,
and continues through Tuesday
Miss Lizzie Glenn, of Five
Forks, visitad Miss Susie Chois*
ton this week.
Henry Griffith and Bartly Grif
fith. both colored, mjt into a little
dispute this week, which resulted
in Bartley being bound over to
court for assault.
Politics are extremely quiet. If
you want the people to know
that you are in the race, bring
along your announcement with
the ueccessary Y, and we will
tell them about it.
Russell Lane of Hull was in
Drn’t allow other merchants to
put off * iob cco on yon at 3oc.
1 > Mid thii k yen are getticGT as
col as Greene’s choice. They
buvi.’t g <t u.
John M David of Paoli, was in
town last Tuesday. Mr.-David is
a thorough business man and
knows what it takes to keep a
home enterprise afloat.
call your attention to the
advertisement of J J C McMa
han, the reliable clothier of
Athens, i l this is*ue, Mr. Mc-
Mahnu carries a full stock of
clothing and gents furnishing
goods, and his prices suit the
times. When you need anything
in his line, give him a call. John
W Williams, formerly of this
county, is with him and will be
glad to see you and fit you up.
The largest stock of dress spring
goodr, Lues and Embroideries in
t-liis section at Leonidas E Greene’s
Damelsv'dle & Comer.
Brad Herring and Neal Woods
had a di pnte about some land
which Brad had planted in for
age, and which Woods had plow
ed up. Herring swore out a war
rant for Wooda, and he was put
under bond for his appearance at
the approaching term of the
court to answer the charge of
Do not foiget that the mass
meeting for the election of dele
gates to the Gubernatorial and
and Congressional conventions,
is to meet at the court house on
the Ist. Tuesday in Juue, which
is the sth day. Let democrats
turn out in force, so us to have a
full meeting. .
We cur out correspondents con
siderably this week. Everything
J. E. Sindeig is in Atlanta this
week attending the Populist State
co< vention as a delegate from tin
Major BB Thompson cf Comer,
wafe in town Monday.
Do not fail to attend the mass
meeting here on first Tuesday.
The peoples party are organizing
clubs all over county, we think jt
would be a good idea for the demo
crats to get together and organize
themselves. We would be pleased
to see a large club in each district,.
N*xt SUurday and Sunday is tin
time set opart for the 2nd Quarterly
meeting of the D tnielsville rircub,
which will convene with the Meth
odist church in this town. A large
crowd is expected.
Some 2nd, hand buggies and road
carts from 50cts. up. Why not come
and get one, save walking. To class
the goods and prices l defy northeast
Gaj.M. Kidd, Danielsvillc, Ga.
Persons at a distance need not
fear that they will not be suited in
Coffins and Cwkets at Daoielsville
L. G. Johnson a Son keep constant,
ly on band a fall line of kinds and
rizes of both, from a cheap Coffin to
to finest Casket.
Mr. White our county school com
missioner spent last Thursday with
our school. He gave ns a good lec
ture. W e are always glad to have
Mr. White with us.
Mr. C H Power spent last week in
Athens attending to very important
business so we learn.
Miss Florence Witcher of the
glade spent last week with the Miss
Mias Jessie Brown spent a few
days last week visiting her sister
Mrs, Ash of Athens. r
Ask Albert Dsadwyler what he
was carrying in his pocket for a
handkechief on lastSundav.
Ask Miss Edna Cheney how to
Mrs, Payne our assistant teacher
spent Saturday and Sunday in El
bert with her Aunt Mrs.. Deadwyler.
We have one young man in our
town who is so tall he has to get on
his knees for his girl to reach his
All are respeetfully invited to at
tend a picnic at Carlton next Satur
day, May 19th.
Miss Bessie Adams and sister, visited
Miss Evie Moon Sunday.
Mr. Tom Andrews and Miss Elie, of
Elbert connt.v, visited relatives in this
Rev. J R King preached an interesting
sermon to a large congregation Sunday.
A P Strickland and family visited Mrs
Anna Patton last week.
If yon want to know who got into a
fight with a woman at the spring the
other day, just look for the man with the
W T Bridges and wife visited relatives
in JacksOn count) Saturday.
Jim Patten informs us that, the grey
squirrel!* are so plentiful around in's
house that they suck all his eggs.
Ask Cob Huff how be likes to plow
Wm. Butler rides fast.-r. stands stralght
er and looks redder—-It’s a boy,
Ask Sam Collins what makes him think
squashes have 'egs.
G F Sorrells, cf this place, and C Y
Daniel, of Danielsville, took in the pirnic
at Burns mill, Banks county, Saturday.
They report a nice time.
D H Murray and wife, visited relative*
near White Springs last Saturday.
Johnnie Sorrells is quite sick this weefe
Moses Jordan has also been indisposed for
Mr. Joe Tolbert of Five Forks visited*
relativos here Saturday aud Sunday.
Other Chandler, one of the count!®
brightest youngsters, of near Union,was £
our town Sunday afternoon.
Prof. W B Reed will- sing at the Warh
school house near Daniels Ferry n'xt S’ndny,
We are glad to say that Mrs. Nancy
Meador, who has been quite sick is bette^
The .young people enjoved a very
nice singing at J Crawford's Sat. nigljf.
B T Williams has moved his saw muT
to Me, Ben .uathows, in upper Madihon.
J F Moon ha, hi* dinner horn at home
From Ihe Mill*
Mrs. T R Rice, we are sorry to say
is quite sick.
Mis* Annie Huff has returned
from a visit to her brother, J Y Huff.
We are expecting a large crowd
and anticipate a nice time at the pic
nic at Masons mill 4th Saturday.
Mrs. R J Hull visited her fathers
family this week.
There wifi be a singing at the
Ware school house on 3rd Sunday
W R D Mason wat in Athens last
W O Hsff caught a thirty pound
tur le last Sitmday.
J J Porter fid 1 had the misfortune
to loose his fine horse one day las*
The young re inle enjoyed a nice
singing at T P Bruces Sunday.
We are glad to see the Sunday
school at the Ware school house
in afiimi-dug condition.
C W Sim* killed the master snake
of the Ball tribe, last week.
If you wart the news and a good
paper, taki the Mini ‘or.
Come over Means E U. to the pic
nic, and take dinner with us.
Much success to the Monitor,
BY c. c.
Mi. Chandler and son Rube near
Hudson river, visited the family of
II S Mcreier Sunday.
Mrs. J C Campbell is very ill at
this writing. May she soon reoover.
The littld infant of R S Meroier is
not any better this week.
We wonder why G T Sorrells
makes his best girl cry every time
they meet Don’t do that way, G
T make her smile.
The young ladies of Ila went
fishing last week did not catch any
any fish in the river and now on the
look out for dry land fish.
Mr. George Bird carried hi* best
girl to Union Sunday,
The young ladies of Ila a 1 e look,
ing forward anxiously for that great
notable day in which Messrs B T
and W D Smith will return home
“Oh yes. Loyd has pretty eyes,
Quiliar has not though, Yes he has
too, his eyes are like the soven stars.’’
Three big political speech** in lla
Saturday by the Dcmociatt and
, Coming to Danielsville,
TUB WELL SHOWN BPBCIAUB* WILL
VISIT OUR TOWN.
Doctor J M Bosworth of Atlanta,
who is now fiTlhig an engagement iu
Klbertoa and who was recently in
Hartwell, writes us that he will
come to Danielsville about Juno
Ist. to remain one week, or more if
jteoeessary, to meet persoi a in this
vicinity that are cot responding with
him, others now under his treatment
and those who may desire to consult
Doctor Bdkworth was horn in
Georgia, Jives in Atlanta and is well
known all over the state as a Sur
geon and Specialist in chronic dis
eases. His examinations and con
sultations will be free to all concern
ed. without charge, while he is in
Your writer bas been vary buy for
several week*, and our oolumn has
Mrs. Jim Rows has been very sick
but is better now,
b4t. W M Yeargin who has bean
quite sick for 4 weeks, is improving.
* -Dr. Chandler, A L Comer and J
7 Baker, left, on tho exc rsion train
Sfer Pala'kt, Fit., on a- pleasure (rip.
* Oar Sunday schools and prayer
Rev. B E Elliott will preach at
at the Baptist ohnroh here next
Te oarpenters of C uner are busy
all the time. Hon, J P Gholston
has graded his foundation and is
now preparing to move all hia ma
chinery heie at once.
Mrs. Susan Smith, qf Neese, is
visiting her daughter .vrs. Yeargin.
Mis. Evi Yeargin, of M*yviUe,
is viriting her brother of this pis,,*.
The boys played We ball here
last St‘nr day. AVI understand thsr
will practice every Saturday, until
they get in ahape to beat the best
teams oLAhe country.
C‘l. Tuit, of Elberton, has been
invited to deliver the commence
ment oration of the C>raer High
School. <5.iL Tutt is an elegant
and accomplished speaker, and
should hb aooept, his orati n will,
on Wednesday June 18th, draw
quite a crowd.
The State School commissioner,
has set apart Saturday June the 2nd
for the examination of Pubic school
teachers. All teachers will be re
quited to stand examinations in the
comity in which they teach, Let all
B. N. WHITE* C. S. C.
An nldAady by the name of Mrs.
-fcmyHKns by htr.r.lbncar Atlanta,
was ohokbd to death on lut Satur
day night by some unknown person.
A pair of tongs was used to choke
her with. Suspicion fell on a negro
servant, and he is now nnder arrest.
Mrs. Lilly was thought to have in
her possession a large amount of
money, which was doubtless
the cause of the horrible orime.
W. p - VONDERAU & CO.
Are in the Front ltanks With All
the Latest Novelties and the
Newest Styles and 'Designs
in Dregs Goods Known
/to the Dry Goods
We make tbs wants o! our traie a
study, and in seleoting oar spring
stock our Mr, Vess has certainly eo
lipsed all former efforts ip collecting
one of the mrs f . complete, tasty and
elegstft tines ever shown in this mar
ket. Oar dress goods department is
simply unique, comprising all the
newest shades, tonos and colorings,
and are from the oeiebrated looms in
this and the old country. In addi
tion to the stable weaves we have fif
ty pattern suits all new shades and
wftres, no to alike, and which are ad
mired by everybody: Oar Black
goods department known throughout
this seot'on to be second to none, is
pcrfac’, for wi'h a line of Priestleys
Henriettas, Serges, Lansdown, etc.,
we fear not compation. Every lady
poe’ed in this line of goods knows
this is the best weave on the mar
ket, and ywe are selling them at
what yen pay others for inferior
goods Wc have a full line wash
description, gnd can please you both
in goods and price. Notions, No
tions, a world of Notions. Crrsets
Gloves, Kid and Silk. Mitts, Hosiery
Parsols, Fans, Embroideries, Laws
Vests, shirt waist and thousands of
other things you’d rather see than
res'! about, and the beauty of it is
we’ve put the prices wiy down in
reach of everybody. We appreciate
the liberal natronage given us by ou
Madison friends, and hope by fair
honest dealing merit and receive the
same in the future. Remember that
we carry strictly first-class, honest
goods, and are selliogthem at the clo
sest figures. High grades and low
prices being our motto.
Come te see us, or write for sam
ples and wo will save you money.
W. P. Vond*uau & Cos.,
Cl tyt< o S'., Athens, Ga .
Newß From Hull.
Elba Griffith of tire Forks was
here S inday.
Jim Bridges can eh t the finest eel
ont of Bmsh cm k Tuesday, that we j
have seen in several years.
II M Patten, formerly of Madison
oounty, now of Atlanta, it visiting
home-folks this week.
Jim Mi rcier was in onr borough
Sunday. H>s mule ran sway again.
Jim has luck with that mule.
Several of our young people at
tended preaching at Five Forks last
Robeit Hardman and sister M's*
Jelio, vi-ited relatives in Athens
Mr. Van Jenkins and mother, vis
ited the family of Mn. G o. Borden
M!m Julia Hardman purchased
her a fine piano -while she was in
Angnata las'- week.
JT Seymour of Dowdy was in
Fred Anthony of Winterville, was
in Hull Thursday.
Tcm Johnson went to Atlanta'on
the excursion Wednesday.
There was a fitbing party at Col
berts’ mill Satnrlay, made np of
Young people from Hull and Five
Forks. Missis Nettie Thompson
Lna Griffith and Minnie G'enn;
and Messrs Pope Hitohoook, Ellis
Griffith, Walker Bolton, R B Bul
lock and D vid Martin, from Five
Forks. Misres Mattie Mathews, Ads
"Money is the Root Of All Evil.”
We do not intend any Evil, but f are partn slarly aaxi >aa
to receive a few of the “root*". And realising that the only
way to g t them at once is to offer superior ludeoementr. We
have out the prices out of sight ou every thing. So when you
want anything iu Ladies Dram Goode, White Goods, Hosiery,
Geute Spring Clothing, 0 r anything else to satisfy the need
C >me to this Waterloo of high prices.
We will give you more goods for the money than uy ho
la Madison oounty, or we don’t ask you trade with ns.
The Racket Store.
I WILL BB AT THE FOLLOWING PLACE! ON DATE!
GIVEN BELOW, RFOR tHE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING
TAX RETURN! FOR THE YEAR 1834.
Fork, at Ccrlteu... May 11th 18*4,
Brookline, Paeli, ** 13th
Harrison, ** lftth “
Mill •• 17th ••
Peeataligv “ 19th “
Pittman, at Planter 34th ••
Grevohill, at Dowdy “ 33ud
Daniel evi lie lfist „
Tine is my third and last round,
H, SMITH, Jax Receiver,
P. P. P.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
In Blood Poison
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•klartaUjr ar*l**laa tfm’a, an
■mA ttu aa/tkiaa I kata avar takaa.
Taaa raaaaußaad /maMla.l % alt
ano M.v Johnson, aud Messrs F.ed
and Willie Johnson and Peary
Bullock f f ‘ n ‘ UuU. Meson Willie
Murry ad Tom Gholston, c*tne over
from'DoPielavi U-cfter dinner. The
party report a floe time ard aa fin ■
adihner ad'was ver set tx fore any
A drougth which had extended
ov r Duval and Zapata ccmi’i g,
Texa*, for the period of four years,
ended ls.t Satnrlay by a heavy rain.
This is the longest droug’h known
in the United States.
It is time the candidates were be
einning to announce themselves.
The people are anxious to know who
is in the fieid for the different < ffioes.
The democratic executive committee
meets on the Ist Tuesday in June to
arrange for the primary;
Oborgi a—Madison county.
Will bJ sold at th. court house door in
PggielsviUe. said state and county, within
the legal hours ef sals, on the first Tuss.
day in June 1804, the 'ollowing described'
lands to-wit: That tract or parcel of land
lving and being in Madison county Sa.,
whereon John H Mathewi now resides
and containing FonrJHundred and thirty
two acres, more or less. The said tract
if land adjoining lands,of W F PHtlip.
on the south, J E Glenn and 8 M Chand
ler on West, said Chandler and Ell
Cremor on the North and the Burrnss
lands and others on the east. Levied on
ns the property of J H Mathews, deft In
fi fa, tJ satisfy an execution issued from
l}k* Hupgrtatyourt against J H Mathews
in favor of Bates, Kingsbcrry * Cos.
Wiitten notice given tenant in no’session
as required by law-. Terms cush. This
May 10th loOi
L. E. Biooks, Sheriff.
and Old Sores '
i uf Kidney Troubles
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