THE DANIELSVILLE MONITOR
EEKlil' TANARUS, MOSKIEY, Ewtob.
Clothing and Gent’s
Regardless of cost; 50 per cent. Discount.
Suits that foiiuerly sold for i? 1C AO. SIB.OO and S2O.(X), now on (lie SIO.CO Counter
sl2.c/0 to iflo.oo Suits thrown on the Market for $7.60
Ron t miss th.j opportunity. It only occurs once in a life time.
Everything must go. No Reserves
IK to 121 Clayton street
J. I. GORDON,
. Attorney at Law.
Will practice wherever desired
prompt attention to all business
?® T usted to bis cars. Offioe North
DAVID W MEADOW,
Attorney at Law.
Da xiti.sviLi.K, Gi
Office on coraer, west of Court
Danse, opposite Masonic Cemr
Will practice in all the courts, All
basiaess promptly exvaulsd.
Jno. J. Strickland.
Athens - - Ga,
KERRY T. MoSKLY,
Attorney at Law,
Office au eeracr, wast ef Court
House, opposite Mssonis come.
Will practice in all tbs Courts
liosiacss promptly executed.
Geo. C- Thomas,
R. P. Sorrjlk,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Danielsville, Da. I
Calls answered and prescriptions '
filled at all hours.
Diseases af women and children
J. I. GRIFFITH. :
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
" Dawielstill*', Ga.
Office south of court house.
Calls answered aud prescriptions
W.L. Dowlas ■
15*3 13 THE BEST.
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V-9I •?*• -*&F send for catalos'.'-
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Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Doug l as $3 &$4 Shoes
Ail our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money.
I'hev equal custom shoes in style end fit. 4
heir wearing qualities arc unsurpassed. j
“he prices ore uniform,—r‘imped on sole. I
l-ront $i to S3 saved over other melees. I
if your dealer cannot supply yo u we can. Sold by
Dealers everywhere. Want* 1
agent to take exclusive sale in j
this vicinity. Writ© at oner*.
Items of Intent to ‘"free
State” People Picked
Sssrfti 8h la ?mall SSastMals m is la
Ss Easily ligesteff—Ei-tlis, Beatfcs,
ft?irfla§23, Vlnitsrs, Ete.
Ou account of the ‘•beautiful
mow” we are shert ou news.
Most c-voryholv went rabSit, hunt
ing from here, but we have not
reen any of the nbbits they caught.
Oil account af the heavy w
fall, our school suspended for the
We have quit roak'ng-predictions
about the weather. No* l * of them
have bean right, and we now take it
as it comes.
D R Mosaley was in Comer Sun
The Monitor is froze up rM
snowed uorfr this week, and ask
, your indulgence.
L E Greene i lisv'og lumber
i hauled to build him ad welling on
■ his lot on the square.
Dr. G C Din’ol requests us to
announce that he b*a the money to
pay the widows their pe"s’on mon
ey, s n 1h would be glad if they
would call and get it
List Tuesday was last return day
for the comirg Mtrch tsnn of our
Superior curt. Tharo was some
-thirty <ld ciea filed. Thii term of
oqg c-urt promises to be a heavy *b,
SSinhere are atvoral important case*
We weuld say something about
[ the weather, but this is now a
; stale subjact, so we desist,
A -M 8 arhorouajb ind .T W Gbelg
j ton, of C-uncr, were up lan Sa-ur
! Any ono wishing to buy good
North Carolina moles or horses,
will do well to call on Patton Bros,
j & Barnard, atr Stevens, Martin &
| co’s. stables, carl ton, Ga.
Coffins and Caskets
Persons at a distance can re
ly upon Vising suited in Coffins
and Caskets at Danielaville.
Stock is never short..
I h;iv tbsm fa<>m the horna
made up. Terms cash or credit
with approved secuiitv.
a, s. John 'OX,
DANIELSVILLE, MADISON COUNTV', GA.. THURSDAY, FEEJ. 14th. 180?.
Carlton Column,' j
A batch of Interesting
News from our Rail- :' |
, K— road .City.
II is difficult task for one to get
up interesting locals at this writ
ing. for we are worn out with
ang the weather discussed
have but little else to write about,'
although we can hardly refrain
from saving some! king about the
beautiful snow, looking pure while
it seems to lie covering up the rough
and rugged places of- earth and
making more^,beautiful the smoothe
places. While we thus look in ad
miration at its beauty, Wears made
to realize what suffering if is now
bringing some of the poor and needy
of God’s creatures.
The young people, on the Oth in
stant, at the hospitable home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Deadwyler, en
joyed a delightful birthday party,
in honor of Miss Corrie Deadwyler.
It would he pru lent for your cor
respondent to refrain from number
ing her years, as young ladies some
A. H, Whitehead who lias been ,
spending several months -here in I
business, left Monday morning for
his home in Oconee county. He
lias gained the respect and good
will of all our people, who regret
very much to give him up.
The command to, “Watch as
well as pray,” proved beneficial
last Sunday night Vheji the stove
pipe in church fell during prayer
We notice Cadmus Deadwyler
with his throat securely bandaged ;
last Sunday. You will not be enr- 1
prised at his having a severe at-j
tact of sore throat, when you take 1
into consideration tht coldness of
the weather Sunday morning.
Miss Cynnio Stevens, a beauti
ful voting lady of Ogletl orpe, is
spending some time ' jiir her
sister. Mrs. Whrehead. She i ; so
busv intertaining her friends, she
save she has not added a single
Paragraph to her daily Diary since
she hxs been in Carlton, but thinks
she will soon have an opportunity
to make amends for lost time.
Anv on* v,isl inga cheap new
invention to get the colored race
to work well this cold wea
ther. “ill be fully reward
ed for their trouble .by call
ing on Arthur Long. He says he is
verv snccef -fill, and while discuss- ]
- ing the merits of his new invention
last Sunday evening he became
TOR .MADISON COUNTY AND Till! DEMOCRATIC I>AUTY.
E. II anil W. % .DORSEY,
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Furniture and ITltertnking.
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adf 'Furniture man of north-east Georgia. - -•'* ■
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Our stoek will always be replenished 'with tire Latest, .Styles and Novelties. EjQt T AR|C;4LPS^ ,r '
and we will not he undersold bv any house in Georgia.
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Examine Our Stock Before you Buy
filify Addis Deadwylsr is visit ing
her Histbr, Mrs. t)r. Johnston, of
this week. It is perhaps
h4t fof Mitts Addie not to prolong
h*r viiit; as a certain young man
v#e beard to say one of the name
vfinild do as,well as tin- same. It
m seldom the cass you find one so
. f&Utk>as to admit such a fact if lie
f, SO. -
Ask a certain young man what
his girl does with him when her
oilier fellow comes in while lie is
there, and if he does not foe! rath
er Black, blue, o spotted, when
s *he other fellow finds him.
We are expecting to hear of Dr.
0. L. Deadwyler having a womans
rights meeting appointed very soon
is it is rumored, lie has been ful
ly converted to that belief since
reading proceedings of their niact
ing in Atlanta.
0. W. Power who is a general
favorite with all the ladies, was
here Monday morning bright and
early with his horse and sleigh
making girl;-, happy riding with
him and enjoying the cool wintry
‘ For Sale.
W*bar* th* following tovnl .it* for lal
tin ' and be ng in Onnielnylile, G, i
dirt- chaup prices:
O.i* l a on publio i,(,aur containing
acre, wills 3 room dwelling and tor# room
fine lot on pub),<• Mpier* cont*ini.,g
acres will) 4 "0010 dwelling and B„„re room
OnaJot on *treet leading toward* Athen*,
adjoining the abtvt two lots, containing 1 -it
aore, with * room dwelling and bare oa
One lot 'idjo'ui n;' the sbora lot. contain
'•u< ";r* ti 3 room h-n-e u Bm*.
Lot known as the printing office lot ooe
coining 1 l-;i a'wes more or lesi, witha h,ll *
tsou same one with S room* and on* with
.All the above property will b* *o!d te
gjlber „r sep irate ai til# paichtsjr deir*.
Term* made known on application. Ti
le* goad. Jfor fall particulars apply *•
Baiiar T i£os:a.Bv tkCo.
FOUR 'BIG HU CE*SE*.
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k go t ■ 1' s <t,.
1m * t 11-a, f* I 1 wiig f
[ rain-’lles Sa f*a.*ted at( r*s
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l. T ."i 1* C '• Kl ■ • s, K '*l
’A i ' If’ t.e< b *> i* lb,
w ■ I•. ltd D K ’* N-W Life Pill*
wrh a • por<i. pi I. A I lien*
1 -meft'Hi- *re tnte*| 10 do j*s'
*: 1. c in and r or ih-n aad 'be
?• - ■ h TJ • n i 'Ck -d b• r.
f b an <* f
•in ■* and ••• L-E G • ’
CABBAGE MAN COMING.
Wait for “Tom” R Zackary &
Son*’ seed wagon. They will be
in Danielsville on the Ist Mon
-1 day in March, with a supply of
I home made garden need
A COLUMN OK INTERSITING
NEWS FROM THE
Le.*lUl AWft*e*S • iV.- . .
Mr*. J. U, lliitchcrton spam pa r t
of last week with relative* at Ro}
Mr.T B McWhorter want to Car j
noivilla oue day last w*ek, on bus-'
iiiefts. . I
Mr Andy Brown-of 80l l Spring
vititsd relativas in Ft Lim-tr lat
Sunday. . I
Mr.i P Daadwylar mado a flying
tiip to lioyston a fw days ago.
The young people of Ft Lamar on
joyed a nice candy puluug at tho re*-
ideaee of K T Stephen* l*t Satur
day night. t wn* given in boner
f .Mis* 1 izzie Mcliwen and net*
withstanding the *ev*r* cold th*
young began to galk*r at an early
hour, and ere ike clook had struck
fer.-u the ronas vr* i'i led with plat*
ty girl*, h, in nettle** to aay that
your hum ole pen ul pusher wa* there
in hi* glory. Soon the young nn
wile drawing their partner*, anil en
til lit* hour of ten were engaged in
playing every gain* from *‘Fanoy
our” to “Leap Frog,” Then they
adjourned to the cu!i*ty depart
ment,! where they enjoyed pulling
the candy that had bee* nicely pre
pared. After they ha 1 pulled the
candy to their hearts eontent each
one thee proceeded to get ou the
outside of his promotional part. Alter
x few more gam * and pleasant lets
teles the merry crowd disponed and
qumtly returned le their homes.
M.i. Albert Hutchtraon will leave
• on fe Abbville S. 0. where he
will doubtiesa reuiaia for severtl
mouths, ro r t very much for
Albert to Dave us, as be is one of
Ft Lamar’s brghtost young men.
e wish bias much sacoes.
Ur. Will freeman purchased' a
good milch cow a few days ago, and
she die.t the following day.
a Mis* Flora Hulberaon will leave
for Ila Monday, where she expects
to assist Prof, Park in his school at
Mr. Fletcher Tabor, of Lavoaia
visited tiis methur a Ft, Lamar last
No shcool this week on aceount
of the snow. The ecbool boys ftrft
at leiaare, and have been rabbit
hunting, saow hailing, and sleigh
riding, which are delighfel recr*
aliens for hoys whose minds hve
been engaged for several weeks in
the study of their textbooks.
eßOvm'S iron bitters
urea Dyspepsia, In-j
< <£nation & Debility.
KDW. McSOWAN, Bw.™
112 to 1K Clayton
HALF COLUMN OF NEWS
FROM THE FORKS.
V Tar - '
Mr. A I’itlur/Llias been suffering
terribly from rheumatism since
last Tuesday, but is some better
tiow. Hope he will be out soon.
Last Saturday was the coldest
day since 1880. The 10th. 11th.
12th and 18th of January 1886, >
were the coldest days your corre
spondent over exprieneed.
| One of the citizens of this com
munity iul t last Wednesday week
lor parts unknown, without notice
to liis family which consists of a
wife and five children. One of
our citizens received a letter from
him Wednesday mailed at CLwe
laiul, Texas, in which he
ed his intention of going 160 miles
further west. Can’t see his mo
tive for leaving in that way.
Miss Cal lie Meadow, from Doug
lass county, is visiting relatives ift
and near 5 Forks.
0 J and T J Martin of Neese
were down business last Friday.
Mr. Zack Williams of near
(Neese, was here Saturday.
Rev. J G Gibson delivered an
i able discourse at the Baptist
church last Sunday.
Hon. J F Colbert and lady at
tended preaching here last Sun
We are sorry to have to chron
icle the very severe illness of our
neighbor and good friend, Mf Eph
raim Thompson. Hope he’ll be
out again soon.
Mr. Willie Johnson of jHttU
wimat preaching Sunday.
Miss Herring, a beautiful young
lady who has been visiting her'
sister Mrs L A Conwell of Elbert
county, came upon the train Sat
urday evening. Her father Mr MB
Herring met her here.
NOTICE TO ROAD OVERSEERS
| Th ov 9 *ft*r* os Daft’eW'lts disk.
; (204 b) wiP ples*e meet tbs road
ceinmi,<ioiieis of said di*t, Sitarday .
2X/d Feb. at Daaielsville.
J. C. Careers,
J T Dsvi*,
T. A. Grime*,
I IlfC A (tut wasted fkr Hv teift
LIVE SpUadid sellsr. Bare fftr
ten up for aiijr aativ* man as lady. |TS
per month •astir tarawL Mo *l||,
wrtv< B hti i*>trvtioa.
Wa pay oxprea* an,t allow SO dayi
•radii. l.t oi tall von almai it. F. W.
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