not hare charge of the orchard. —Stutj
Insect 4 In (fd P Vines.
Question. —I hare quite a number of
prupe vines in app really healtiiy con
dition, but unless j Mi-k the grapes each
year they are attacked by rit or'else
perforated by insects. The sacking is
both troublesome and expensive. Can
you give tuo some information and di
rections about sprayim'? Is it a certain
preventive and protection? Whoa shall'
Answkb—With even a few vines
spraying pays, and on larger areas, the
man who dues no: spray will be dis
tanced by ilia moro progressive brother,
who lias taken this precaution against
fungus diseases aid insect posts. Now
is the time to begin preparations, tier
a sprayer suited to the urea to be gout
over. For small viney ard-, I lie knap
sack sprayer is boat suited, while for
larger areas, the cart or barrel sprayers
should be used. Tinas last are moved
up and down the ro-.vs by either hand
or horse power, and do their work most,
effectively. For a few vines in the yard
or garden, there are hand sprayort,
which answer every purpose. Bor
deaux mixture lias been found most ef
fective for rot and downy mildew an 1
should be applied from the time the
buds begiu to swell, and at intervals of
two or throe weeks, until tho fruit be
gins to color. Cdpper carbonate dis
solved in two quarts liquid ammonia of
2ft per cent strength, and dilute! with
4# gallons of water, is considered -the
best mixture for tho last application,
because the deposit of copper sulph ite
from tho Uordeaax mixture might af
fect the ready sale of the fruit. If pi n
ferred, a simple so'uti->u of copper sul
phate may bo used f >r the first spraying.
This sliouhl ho applied before thorn is
any green foliage outlie vines. Evh
spraying must be carefully an.l til r- ;
ouglily done, and repeated at shorter in
tervals than ah >vo mention •1, if the
weather should enitmm and imp an i
warm For the Bordeaux mixture the
following directions, will'd aro plan,
being free from technical t inns, have
been published. Dissolve 4 pounds of
bluestoue in a woo.lon or earthen vessel,
using about 2 gallons hot water. In a
separate vessel shako .'I pounds of 1 imo.
with ouougli water to render it thin
enough to strain through a coarse cloth.
The lime solution is strained to prevent
it from clogging the nozzle of the
sprayer. After tho copper solution hri3
become cool, mix it with the strained
lime solution and dilute with 40 gallons
of water It will then ho ready for uto.
—State Agricultural Department.
1h "Borer” In I’moti Truei.
Question.— I uni engaged in peach
f 'lowing, amt being a beginner, 1 would
iko (o know what insects aro liable t i
injure the trees or damage tho fruit
prospects, at this season, jit it before the
buds begin to swell.
Answrk.—Tho worst enemy to your
peach trees, at, this season of tho your,
is the "borer,” which is found in all
sections of tins c: lu’utry, and Canada
It hatch is from eggs laid during tho
summer, on the hark of tho tree near
the Rrouml. After hatching, the larvtu
work their way into tho sap-wood of
the tree, and also downwards, into the
inner bark of the largo roots. As they
grow they continue to feed upon the sap
wood of the tree, doing it great damage
Thoir tunnels can always be discovered, i
by tho exudation of gam at tine entran
ces. To destroy them, remove the earth
carefully front the base of the tree, ex
posing all tho large lateral roots; then
with a sharp knife out out tho "borer, ’’
wherever an exudation of gum indicates
the pressuce of one. They can fre
quently he destroyed without cutting
them out, by inserting a stiff wire or
small kni'o blade, wherever tlieir pres
ence is indicated. Some growers de
stroy them by the application of scald
ing hot water, the earth of course being
first removed as above mentioned. To.
provout the moth from depositing her
eggs near the surface of the ground,
mid consequently near tho roots, many
growers bank up tho earth around the
base of tho tree, to a height of 8 or 10
inches, doing this late in the spring and
removing when qojl weather commen
ces. Some cover the bark at tho ha oof
the tree with paper or struv, which is
said to afford considerable protoe
ion. This insect is unknown in the
older countrios, and seems to bo
confined as yet to America.
For other enemies at this season, ex
amine with great care for any of the
scale insects, which, if present, maybe
found on the limbs. Especially is this
necessary now that the San Jose scale,
the worst enemy to the peach grower,
has found its way to Georgia. The.-o
and other scaleinse.’ts may be destroyed
by a very careful and thorough spray
ing with whale oil soap—2, l a pounds to
one gallon of water. Till* must he ap
plied before the bu Is begin to swell, or
they will be injured by the wash.—
State Agricultural Department.
To Improve litM iu i 1 t I***l uret.
Question. — I have a bennu la grass
pasture iu which the ground has become
hard and packed, by the continue,t graz
ing of stork Would it tie of benefit to
plow aud fertilize it, and u i, tell me
how to do n.
ANSWER. Your boniuda pasture
would certainly b.) much benefited if
properly plowed a.id fertilized. On
each acre, broadcast s:x t) h rse wagon
loads of well rotted stable manure, and
20 bushels of uuleached ashes; then at
ouoe plow and cross-plow the p itch wifn
as-:,:, scooter or bull-tongue. Should
y u not have the .stalee ; : inure, use 40J
to dUU pounds of o ttouscivl meal iu its
place.— state Agricultural Department.
With Hood’s Sarsapa- ■MB a ■
; rilla," Sales Talk,” and ■ J® ll#
' show that this medi- B W R Wvx
cine has enjoyed public confidence and
patronage to a greater extent than accord
'■ ed any other proprietary medicine. This
is simply because it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
| any other. It is not what we say, but
; what Hood’s Sarsaparilla does, that telli
! the story. All advertisements of Hood’s
| Sarsaparilla, like Hood’s Sarsaparilla it
self, are honest. We have never deceived
the public, and this with its superlative
medicinal merit, is why the people Liavo
abiding confidence in it, and buy
Almost to tlie exclusion of all others. Try it.
Prepared onlybyU. I. Hood&Oo., Ixiweil, Mass.
„ are tin- only pills to take
Hood S Pills with Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Sheriff Sales For March,
GEORGIA: Banks County.—
Will lie sold on tho fiist Tuts,lay
in March next at the court house in
sahl county, within the legal hours of
sale to the highest bidder for cash,
the following property to wit: One
tract of land lying jn said county
bounded ms follows: Adjoining hinds
of Wyley J. Thritddkeld oil the north
and Went, lands of Mrs. Conn and
J. If. Gardiner on tho east, lands of
J. J. Hay on the south The place
whereon defendant now resides con
taining ore hundred and twenty six
acres more or lets, said land levied
on as the property of J. If. Brooks
to satisfy ;n: execution issued from
the Superior Court of Bftid county in
favor of Sarah A. Fowler, now
Smith against said J. H. Brooks,
Administrator of the estate of F. F.
A. Hiteh, deceased. Written notiic
given as required by law.
This ‘2sth day of January, 1h97.
J. S. FARRS, Sheriff.
GEORGIA: Banks County.
Will lie sold on the first ‘Tuesday
in .March next at the court house n
said county, within tho legal hours
of sale, to [the highest hidden f< r
cash the following property to wit
All of Marion Gachrar, s interest iq
forty acres of land, under bond for
title, lying in the 1464th disitiet, G.
M. of said county, adjoining lands of
11. M. Smith on the east and Mrs.
Morris on the South. Whereon
defendant now lives, sari place is well
improved’ about fifteen acres in cut
tivation Written notice given Alar
ion Cochran in u run; of the law.
Said land levied on as tße pn pet ty
of Marion Cochran to satisfy an
execution issued from the Justice
Court of said iistrict in favor n!
H. t . Strickland against said Coch
ran, W. A. Griffin transferee. Levy
made by 11. M, Smith, Fi. C. January
21st day 1897. and returned to me
this 28th day of January 1867
J. S. FARES, Sheriff.
GEORGIA: Banks County.—
Will be sold on the first Tuesday
in March next at tlie court house in
said county, within the legal hours of
sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
the following property to nil: One
clay bank mare about fifteen years
old, also one black horse mule, me
(limn size with white nose named
Jack about ten years old. Said
property levied on as the property of
11. B. Rice and A. G Rice to satisfy
an exeev,lion issued from the Supe
rior Com t of Habersham county in
favor of H. M. Edwards against H.
B. Rice and A. G. Rice.
This 29th dav January, 1807
J. S. FARES, Sheriff.
GIX'KGIA: Banks County.—
Agreeable to an order of tho Court
lof Ordinary; Will be sold before the,
court uouse door tu said county, on 1
the first Tuesday in March next,
| within the legal hours of sale the
foliowing property to wit: Two
tracts of land, one known as the G. J.
Forbes place adjoining lands of J. K.
Thompson, A. J. Sanders and others,
1 containing ninety-six acres more or
less-, the other known as the John A.
Walker home place adjoining lands
jofA. J. Sandeis, Mrs. Ow en, Mrs.
| Sarah Norwood and others, contain
Img one hundred acres more or less
j Sold as the property of J. A. Walker*
j deceased: Terms one third cash the
' other due Ist November, 1897. Kind
for title given to purchaser.
This 2nd day of February, 1897.
1 . N. TU UK, Administrator.
(.'■ KOIUIi A : Hanks County
Th? Appraiser* appointed to set opart
a twevo months support for A! tnerva
Parson.-, widow of Joseph Parsons,
deceased, having tiled their return,
all persons concerned are h< rein
died and required to show cause ir.
the Court of Ordinary of s lid Count v.
why the application far said twelve
months’ support, should not be gran to I,
This "Jthh, Januarv, 15',17.
T. ¥ HILL, Ordinary.
is a necessary and important
ingredient of complete fer
tilizers. Crops of all kinds
require a properly balanced
tr tc. Tile best
ir.’.T high percentage
•k .i.Jtsof its use by actual ex
’ v- ii -v i.i h.-c United States—is
. w ■ iiibi'sh and wi l gWdly
. ... ' .v. wi.-i will write for it,
<ji Nassau St , New York.
JJKAFN! SStANNo * LKUI K Mi-
ll v l ed appiaa,loll as thev cannot
reach the diseased portion of the war
There is only one way to cure de .f
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies Deafness is caused by an
mliained condition of the lmtcnua lin
ing ol t e Kustachain Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
I when entirely closed, Deafness is 'he
j result, and unless the iutlninai ion can
!he taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, healing will
Ihe destroyed forever; nine eases out
| of ten are caustd by catarrh, which is
i nothing but an inflamed condition ol
the tnneons surfaces.
We will give one Hundred Dollars
[ for any case of Dealness (Caus'd In
i catarrh) t lint cannot be cured by llah s
i Catarrh Cure. .Send for circulars; In e
F. J. CHENEY & CO., 'Toledo, O.
! #b?*'hl(l by Inn "gists, 75c.
Electric Belt Free-
To introduce it and obtain agents
| tho undersigned firm will give aw ay
a few of their $5.00 German Electric
Belts invented by I’rof. Van dei
Weyde, Pres, of the New York F.lt-e
--triful Society (U. S. [’at. 257,047) a
positive cure for Nervous Debility,
Rheumatism, loss of Tower & e.
Address at oin'e Eh etrio Agency.
i.O. Box 187i, New York, N. Y. ‘
1 (IKOL’GIA: ilwks ('oti.vrv.—l!.
J. 1 )v;ir has npjil.i and for exemption of
pergonal : v and sotting ap.iri ami
valuation < f honn stead, and 1 wJ!
pass upon the same at 12 o'clock in.
on the 25th da, of Jan. 18117 at n.v
office. T. T HILL, Ord y.
GEORGIA: Banks County.— j
li. N. Turk, administrator do bonus
nun of John A. Walker, deceased,
has in due form applied to the under
signed for leave to sell the lands
belonging to the estate of said -ire’d
ami said application will he heard mi
the first. Monday in February next.
1 his [anuarv 6th, 1807.
T. F. HILL,
The littlo daughter ot Mr. Fred
Webber, I lull.mil. Mass., had a very
had cold and c atgli which he had not
been able to cute with any thing. I
Save him a 25 cents bottle of Cham
: herlain.s Cough .Rcnu dp, says W . F.
Holden, merchant and postmaster at
Wist Bi'iinlield, and the next time I
saw him he said it worked like u
(harm. This remedy is intended
especially for acute thioat and lung
diseases such ns colds, croup and
whooping cough, and ii is famous fof
1 it* cures. T here is ru> danger m giving !
jit to children for it e-.mains n thing
injurious For snlo hv R 'L Thomp
GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS.
$t 50.00 every month given away to any one who ap.
plies through us for the moat mo itonous patent during
Cite month pteceding.
Wo hi’hup tlio host patents for our clients,
and the object of this offer 1 • to ensottrage inventors to
keep track >f their bii. ht ideas. At the same Uinc we
wish to impress upon the public the fact that
;T THE SIMPLE,TRIVIAL INV ENTIONS
THAT YIELD FORTUNES,
such as the “car-window” which can be easily sKd up
•nd down without breaking the passenger’s back,
“rauce-nan.” “collar-bmiou.” “nut-lock,” “bottle
stopper, and a thousand other little things that most
any one can find a way of improving: and these simple
inventions are the ones that bring largest returns to tlie
author, l’ry to think of something to invent.
IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS.
Patents taken out through us receive special notice in
the “ National Recorder,* published at Washington,
13. C , which is the oest newspaper published in America
mi the interests of inventors. We furnish a year’s sub
scription to this journal, free of cost, to all our clients.
We also adverti>, free of cost, the invention each month
which wins our $l5O prize, and hundreds of thousands
of copies of the "National Recorder,” containing a
sketch of the winner, and a description of his invention,
will be scattcied throughout the United States among
capitalists and manufacturers, thus bringing to then
attention the merits of the invention.
AH communications regarded strictly confidential.
JOHN WEDDERBU 'm & CO.,
Solicitors of American and PfMrifet Patents,
<SiB F Street, H. V n
Box 355. Was’.iUiSfoit, D. C.
f vy~ AV. V f iftet—fttitrr of this /,:Vr. U 'ritijar su9
THE ONLY True lilood Purifier
prominently in the public eye to
day is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Therefore
get Hood's only HOOD’S.
HOOD’S Sarsaparilla hasttverand
over again proved by its cures,
when all other preparations failed, that
it is the One True BLOOD Furifier
t>r. Mites’ Paia PIKs, ‘One recta dose.**
MARCH APRIL MAY
1 Are the months in which to give es
, p( eia! att-nt;on to the condition of
yur physical health. If you pass
‘"•‘.ei\ iluotig’i these months and find
urselt strong and vigorous, on the
i a, i.f warmer weather, you may
’>• ic. I'.- e xpect that von will be
•''•li u summer. Now is the time to
. e Hood’s Sarsaparilla, because in w
- 'i e time wnen die blood must he
; r.fii and, enriched and vitalized, and
b, cause Hood’s Sitrsapar 11a is t he only
true blood purifier prominently in the
pi olio eve today. Hood's Sarsaparilla
lias power lo make you healthy and
■ ii id your system against disease.
Toe repairing of the Chambers!
Ini ge will oe let to the lowest bidder |
■■■*. die old bridge cite on ti e 2.itli '
j nun v next nt 12 o'clock m. I’lans
lorn j ainrg can be seen at die Di li ;
nary’s office. T:u i:i:ty 12th. 1697-
1.1 LULL <hoi'iarv.
NEW YORK WOULD
ti;rice--a-w c .ek editjon.
THE TWICE-A-WEEK Edition
ot tin- Ni.w \ ork World has i ecu
eoiivctted into the Thrkt a ,vi.i.k
It urnisiies 1} papers of G pugi a
apiece, or eighteen pages every week,
at the old price of ONE DOLLA R a
year. 'This gives ICG papers a ye r
for t ne Dollar and every paper ha
6 pages eight columns wide or 48!
eolaniiiK in all. The a wki k ;
\\ okld in not only much larger than i
any weekip or semi-weekly news- j
paper, but it ftmiishea the news with
tmii h greater frequency and prompt
ness. In fact it combines all the ,
crisp, Iresh qualities of a daily with!
the attractive special features of a'
Wo will club the Banks County Ga
/.cite and New York World for 81 25
GEORGIA: Banks County—
The appraisers appointed to set apart
a twelve month support for Mrs. Mary
K. Oliver and her minor children wid
ow of W. C. Oliver and having tiled
their return, all persons concerned are
hereby cited and required to show
cause in the court of Ordinary of said
county on the first Monday in Februa
rv next why the application for said
twi Ive months support ti.muld not be
granted. 'I his Jan. sth 18 '7.
T. F- HILL, Ord'v.
(.REA LEST ON EARTH.
James SI. Brooks, Washington Ave.
St. Lotus, Mo., makes affidavit that
he suffered from Rheumatism for
\ears until persuaded to try Drum
momli Lightning remedy, and that, by
its use lie ha been fully restored by
its use he has been tulh restored. He
says the remedy is the greatest on
earth. bins is high praise, but full\
warranted bv other miraculous cures.
If you want to be cured, send $5 to
the Drummond Mcdicene Cos., New
o. k, and they will send you two largo
[unties, enough for one months treat
ment., liy first express. It is not as
quick as electricity, but it will save
tour life if you take it in time. Agents
llic ft3 ‘l R’U'rty for fill
rwMs >f ih<' Miuin.-u'li it ml l*
rid, Miit h im l>ia t htu *. IHm u-
Ifri . In tijuNfion.
riiiupH. i ipiM-lilts
Id !i:tl Ml till) vr*l wi' rd I UlA’Ul
. . DR. KOG’S . .
: ..u j, : 111 it CU Ii Utt t tlCt.
Mr. L. T ( I ior. KoSv i; A •*. M says: “My
bt*els wo..!J ac ion c o m- *t' a Jav, or
a b’co ly, mucus va ur . oaoil o ' 't sixle of my
lower btswr) w- sap: r aNuii •> > * o' a dollar,
ih.i* jjav m.* kuhli a M- ' a .Lv uu n"U gesi,
my ktailed s wvr v,t- bail, u* of l wji
ireaiou l y ih? I'- st ph* n . m-. :.r. . : -v v >.tt J I cou J
live ln;t a shi'Tt \\ l l i- t*. I It n c inntrn td um uj-
Roval Gcfntefuer. In tlr ■•. no cks I tou ca 1 anv
thiiur. arvl du as moc't w k ,n ever I coiv.l-ur-j
the Gcr. ' r a. M J c. nt-s ;v t‘ t 1 am viiil.clj
cured, a. J u..ti r.. u.ur Jid tie wo ”
**V —- lx.** ' • fi’r fHr ft d
V* 'TU •hi i H. hcti j.
In in * ‘i . * * *. *-1 * • y
mu.l f( >i<l !■•• l twit * f*.
ly >t i.l n. *.<n lion,
lAt Ijtlild o si*- * e . Si haa
ii , * . .: hi * i o,
huil.’d tp irum ih first
tiOK . s iti.ra*f bj fO*
izi.* % ujr ?•** r
fU St Id hy Druggists. One Dollar*
MANUr.VCTkREC ONLY BY
THE CII.LiSAL C3., ATLANTA, GA.
VTiUTK tou 4 -.CAUK itaOK. BAII.KU FUEL
iso or.Bt'Yrr.a fii.ia kiki
r u's. it f.:u'iu t.iisvlP.
? ' ' ' A.'t \ r.'i t* i --’v ir-usic tor f Tty fS
. ) -L v . U v-/ u i is. i Jp.’ucd, iul! rue.* best Lg
i t nwsic rf i ;e I test, re st popn-lc
|1 r - -i ; \ >.cal and nx.tumcat .i peurs. K
j u r ' \ t. 4 iti tc r.iosi elegant wanner, incnuiir.e M
]. . 1 put traits to .'armcocitn, tbcQ
i ' ii . . i i:c i . 'AWie. . t’c;. :c L>
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Irr* r~ tr "Wdll/ N.- fTWt. mawcj* •_ li?
DR. DRUMMOND S LIGHTNING
Remedy has received the unqualified
! endorsement of the medical faculty,
'as being a safe and remarkebly effi
cient preparation. Its work is so
speedy and miraculous that benefit is
felt from the first dose. A treatment
consists of two 1 >ottles, and lasts a
month. Brice s5, s?nt bv express on
receipt ot price, with full special in
structions. One treatment will cure
any ordinary ease. Drummond Med
icine Cos.. New York, Agents Wanted
GEORGIA : Banks Cocn.my.— To
ali whom it may concern : M. E. A
Lovick Oliver has in due form applied
to the undersigned for permanent let
ters of administration on theestate of
W C. Oliver, late of said county dee’d
and 1 w ill pass upon said application
on the first Monday in Fi b. 1897.
Given tinder my hand and ■official s:g
nature Jan. 4th 1897.
T. F HILL, Ord’y.
BLOOD IS I IFF.
It is medium which eat lies to every
nerve, muscle, organ and fibre its
idin ishment and strength. If the
blood is pure, rich and healthy you
will be well; if impure, disease will
soon overtake y u. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla has [lower to keep you in fi alth
by making your clnod rich and pure.
HOOD'S FILLS are easy to take,
easy *o oj • rate- Cure indigestion,
Important to Farmers of Banks
We have made nrrangemants w ith
brokers in New York City through
whom we are to place loans secured
by a first mot tgnge on improved farms
f<r five years time, payable in instal
ments, at the low rate of 8 per cent,
interest per annum. The brokerage
und the charge for abstract and in
spection are small and at the expense
of t’ne borrower.
If you want cheap money, come in
at once as the supply is limited.
DUNLAP & PICKERKLL
Money to Loan.
f will Finn money on real estate
runty at a low rat* of interest
promptly. Call at tnv office
Oscar. Brown, Att'v.
NO URE—NO FAY.
lie livi • Lwo miles from Gillsville
on the Athens c I Billon road and
will come to you if you are not in
good health. Hi will cure von with
the herbs of the earth. He has cured
more than a thousand, in the last two
years, iu Hall and adjoining counties,
most of whom End been treated by
other physicians and were not bene.
: fitted. Female diseases are treated
w ith great success. Also Fits, Fevers,
j C die, Catarrh and Nervousness and
all blood dibeast s. No charge made
for conciliation or treatment. Call
on or address,
Tib; Indian Doctor.
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ami suve :i -> •. i achin.- v - rr ' .
e*\ for live yc-s. -1 '•> i ir,rl ofriex <
\v:*h ic vr ee. r. >e wil : r.acuiue <
t-> you h i >:gyul. h r - uif freirAu
tc-Or ''li' civ ■• ’ C '‘-ii'2 So.
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DISEASES OP THE SKIN.
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to eczema, tetter, Ealt-rfieum, and other
diseases of the skin is instantly allayed by
applying Chamberlain’s Ere and Skin
Ointment. Many very bad cases hare been
permanently cured hy it. It is equally
efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem
edy for sore nipples; chapped liands, chil
blains, frost bites, and chronic sore eyaa.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
Try Dr. Cady’* Condition Powder*, they
are just what a liorsa needs when in had oondi-
Gon. Tonic, blood purifier and Tti-mifuge.
J. H Sri.Liai-. H D. Stkphkk.
Have Y our
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The House Painters, Grainers
and Paper Hangers,
PR OEESSIOXA L CARDS
ArroliXEY AXII COI'XSRLI.OB-AT-I.AW.
W ill j'rm iice In all ite courts and n.: ke col
lection a specialt--. ( are aa prom , s i
(J. VY. BROWN,
ATTOIt.NET AT Law.
Mi11.:.1 a -cneir.l 1 rac. ,re. Collecting a ir .
®Wty. Oftlce over Ucralit office.
\ . D. LOCKHART, M. I).
!3?~o*> i‘ E Went ovJ’l blk- tgnsi,
I) W. 11. JACKSON,
HARMONY OF.oVR OA
All work guaranteed first class TetUi *x
tractcil wlihout pain (iflio. over Bates A Cari
Eton's Jewell jr Storw
J) \V. G. SHARP,
rfz -Office with I>l H C Strir]il*ml.
I) AVII) S.STARK,
Attorney at law,
Kjieeial attention given to all tmslneee.
(M IA RLES M W ALK ER
ATTCBNF.Y AT LAW,
HARMONY UROvE, GA.et
Will ~: i' loo* in ail t.ho > ourtsaml give proa p
attenliuu tu all busincaa.
0, N. HARDEN, M. I).
o.li • - iV'Mt of t irt house, and may
I found at at the resident.of Judge T. F.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Prompt attention given to all luminejvs
DEPftRTMENT OF THE UKIVER6IT V ,
AT DAHLONEGA, GA.
Spring Term Begins First Hondsy in ftbrmcrr.
Ball Venn Btglas First Moaday I. Siptcßter.
FULL LITERARY COURSES.
V i.h sc: pic csrps ol Tucksrs.
FHOROUGH MILITARY TRAINING
Usder aU. S. Array Of flee* detailed
by Secretary of Vsr.
:sGm<iaiis!i]p, A\usiG and Art,
l’r.4ar rrnpetsal aad tlr-ong*" i&atrscters.
YOU'tj LADIES bare rtnial advaataju*.
CHEAPEST COLLEGE IN THE SOUTH.
>r Cat-J.-jats ml (all lafarailbi nMrM* Sttnarj
w *rc. i~‘+c M f T .
The Great Remedy for the speedv and permanent
cure of Scrofula. Rheumatism, Cx tarrh. Ulcers,
Eczema. Eating and Spreading Sores, Eruptions,
and all .SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. Made
from the prescription of a* esi nent physician
who used it with marvelous surcess for 4® years,
an J its continued use for fifteen years by thou
sands of grateful people has demonstraua that
it is by far the best bu.'Jiag up Tonic and Eiood
Purifier to the world. It makes H2W
rich blood, and possesses almost ralracn'ei*
WRITE FOR BOOK OF WONfERFUL
CURES, sent free on application.
If not kefc-t by your local druggist, send si.
for a large bottle, or $5.00 for six bottle*, and
medicine will be sent freight paid by
BLOOD BALM GO., Atlanta, Ga.