wn on brood and
•like. How did the lut
t conceded that
Athena merchants can hold their own,
. with or without protection. They sell
cheaply and lead tho van.
The Macon Telegraph congratulates
Judge Gustin and the people of the Ma
con circuit upon hia accession to tho
bench. This is generous and deserved.
Hard to down-^AthS>.V~ freight rates;
hard to handle—Attics’ warehouse
charge^ hard to ovefcbmV-Athena’ cot
The Anniston Hot Blast thinks that
Hr. Armstrong’s defense of J)r. Haw
thorne is the best advocacy tho eloquent
prohibitionist aud plagiarist has
Tho Banner-Watchman is bound to
be a standard among the farmers. Tho
agricultural part of the paper will bo
kept up to tho standard, and to the needs
of the hour.
Dr. V. II. Taliaferro, , the prominent
Atlanta physican who died at Tate
Springs, was a native of Oglethorpe
county. Illustrious sons of this favorod
spot aro found in every part of the coun-
Tho Atlanta Constitution ami other
tariff*organs which are clamoring for the
taking off* of internal revenue tax,
staggoreihat the cry of “free whisky,”
which tho revcnuo reformers raise
against them. Senator Colquitt showed
how this thing would work, and tho Con
stitution cannot rulo it out.
A Baptist minister named Knight,
from Caldwell county, N. C., tho othe
day reversed the order of nature, and in
stead of running from, ran awuy with hia
mother-in-law. It was a dastardly act,
an be loft bis wife sick in bod and twelve
Children. It might be said that bo licit
boforo a rogimont. llis mothor-in-law
left hor accustomed spouse behind, also.
In apeaking to Iter. S. 1’. Kichardson,
who is just returning from a ten days’
round on his district, ho remarked yes-
terilay: "Birmingham ain’t lit for a dog
nor a horse, much less for a ma 1 to live
in. Too stingy to buy Klyton, which is
• fine place, with bold springs, they went
a little higher up and sot Birmingham
right down in a big mud hole.’’
TheBANNKB-WATCimAN has already
heartily endorsed the plan proposed in
tho bill of Hon. Richard B. Russell, of
Clarke, for the practical training of girls,
We printed in full this bill yestorday and
can say after reading the full text of tho
proposed act, that it ia nothing hut just
and right that tho girls should have tho en4 -
same chance in the practical affairs of
life, with the boys, and that tho State
which educates tho ono in the uso of tho
hand should not neglect tho other. We
hope that the State Legislature will see
its way clear to appropriate a good round
sum for the establishment of a techno
logical school for girls. We should like
to see such an institution in Athens;
but shore all and boforo all, let us insure
its establishment in Georgia.
The Banhka-Watchman is convinced
that the Candler bill, to reorganise tho
board of trueteea of the Stato University
is the offering of a friend of the college
and ia in the line of a real reform. We
are assured that Mr. Candler had no in
tention of reflecting upon tho present
board of trustees, but realises that some
thing must be done to popularise tho in
stitution in Georgia, as also to identify it
more closely with tho State government.
The bill as amended proridee for tho ap
pointment by the Governor, with the
consent of the Senate, of two members
from each congressional district, who
with the Gorernor, members of tho Su.
prcine Court and heads of the two bous
es of the general assembly, three mem
bers from Clsrke county to bo known ss
s prudential board, tour members from
the alumni and agricultural aocietiea,ahall
be known as a board of regents. We
believe, as we hive already stated, that
such a board is too large. So far as we
are concerned—one member from each
congressional district—the Governor,
Speaker of the Houee and President of
the Senate—with s local board of Are in
Clarke county—would be regents
enough—these to be practical and Influ
ential men of business and brains. We
believe that such a board, meeting at
ously. 1 uurfffdCm. CEB <t HUNTER,
of tho Uni-
ed that this tax vu
and unconstitutional. Why
should not the government refund this
money, thus illegally taken? It may be
said that it witl be impossible to divide
it equistbly on account of the loss and
the chsngoof bands of tho receipts. This
might hold against an individual distribu
tion of the money, but it does not against
returning it to tho section from which it
was taken. It would appear that tho
North had 'built enough brown stone
fronts and marble palaces, at the expense
of tho South to be content, now that
the Treasury is glutted with gold, to see
some of this money come southward to
assist in the general development of the
people from whom it wan illegally taken.
Some effort was made during the last
congress to recover this money, but for
some reason the securing of $75,000,000
was not prize enough to arouse our Con
gressmen. They should rise as one man
and demand the money. If they wil
not, popular meetings should be held in
every county and district in the South
where proper resolutions should be pas
sed and laid before Congress. What a
tremendous impetus would sueh a sum
give our section. How immensely would
it improve our public schools, our wa
ter courses, our highways. If the gov
ernment would give it in no other shape,
insist that they expend it in needed pub
lic buildings in tho South at any hazard.
Get the money; that it will he no
easyjttt.sk, wo grantjbut wo have had men
who, were their thin voices not stilled
in death, could accomplish this grund oh.
ject. Heretofore tho ostracism under
which we existed, prevented any such
move, hut to-day the .South is recognized
ns a factor and a very powerful factor in
the mnkoupof our country. Gontlement
of tho press, what say you? You have
a million of tongues and wield untold in
^ by <jpttcura.
tnedlamef caecf j ur books
“ r. Frank T. Wray, Drug-
... M acquainted wl.h four
, ard Uke (bis opportunity to
teattfr to you that (heir vh -tzj pi«-.*».euUy
cured me o! one of tbo wont c*s/s ol blood
eoikoutng, la connection with erysipelas, that I
bare ever soon, and this after having been pro
nounced Incurable by aome of tho 1 on phial-
cUoa In our county. I Uke great nlearure In for
warding to you this testimonial, unsolicited as it
ia by you, in orier that others suffering fro.j
similar maladies may be encoouraged to give
your Cutlcura ifoovsdie* a trial.
V. h. WHITUNOIK. Lcechburg, Pa.
B forence: FRANK T. WR\Y, Druggist, Apollo
James E. Kichardson, f’unoa House, New Or
leans, on oath says: "In 1870 Scrofulous Ulcers
broke out ou my body until I was e mass of cor
ruption. Everything known to the medical
faculty was tried in vain. I become e mere wreck,
At timea could not lift my bauds to my Load,
could not turn in bed; was in constant pain, and
Hworn to before U. 8. Com. J. b, CHAW FORD.
ONE OF THE WORST CASES.
We have been selling your Cuileura Remedies
for years aud here the first complaint yet to
receive from a purchaser. One of the woist cases
of Scrofula I ever saw was • u red by tho use of
five bottles of Cutirure Resolvent Cutlcura, and
Cutlcura Soap. The rfoap takes the ‘'cake” here
as e rc edict us! snap.
TAYLOR A TAYLOR. DrugjUt, Frankfort, Kan.
And Contagious Humors, with la ss of Hair, and
Eruptions ot the Main, are positively cured by
Cutlcura and Cutlcura .Soap externaLy, and
Cutlcura Hcsolveut inter tally. wlieu all other
ts rdicincs fall. Scud for Pamphlet.
Cutlcura Remedies are so hi everywhere. Price;
Cutlcura, the Great Hkin Cure, .Wets.; Cutlcura
Soap nu KxipiMtc Result tier, V5 cts.; Cut hum
Resolvent the New blood Purifier, 11.00, Potter
Drug aud Chemical Co., Boston,
P||^|PLKH, Blackheads, Skin Bh
I Baby Itu
MY BACK ACHES
®i’ain reiievt d in u
So as to give room for her fall stock of Millinery
Goods. Mrs. T. A. ADAM-
march20.ll y. Broad Bt„ At he
The Greatest Convenience of tl
flees, etc.', with the new end imprjved system of
Electric Bells, Door Polls,
Annunciators, Etc., Etc.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Can give reference in city.es I hare fitted up
many |iou»ea, and which have given unqualified
satisfaction. Samples in working order ci
shown at my shop on
Clayton Street, next to Parr Bros.
Also Guns. Locks, etc., etc., repaired.
iuay27eidlra. JULIUS DORNBLATT
J. W. LCHOLS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Long's Drug store. feblfldly.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office. Barry's Corner, Broad Street.
feblMdAwly, ‘ .
W. B. BURNETT.
orrictovKR guilds mckkmox •« oa
Practice! |g 8Ut> and federal Courts
a. u. auseaLL. *# 9. u urson
RUSSELL & UPSON,
ATTORNEY’S AT LAW
MO MU MTltOATl COXPAKT.
BTON* MOUNTAIN 8J0UTE.
, OfriVSUItlhSL UAltOSk,
• . M. 7,7ft, 1887,
C<i»«wln« Wu^iyjk* iw-m. Q. .on,.
Ujigpa***T tty vVff 1 .mwtala
Lee August* 7:46a
L’veWasn'gtn 7:20 a. m
.V'vo Athens 1*1:86 p, m
L’ve Athens 7:*6 a m
Ar've Wm'v'e 8 04 a m
*• Lexington- 8:38 as
Anttoca ... •£• lb
•• Maxeys ... 9:04 a.®
“ Woodvllle 9:25 a.n*
••Uo.PL ... 9:40 Am L've Wasu’gta 4:20 u w
*rr’ve Atlanta I.6m» u Ar'»MMa T t> s.i& PUI
Leave Attains 2.45 pT;.
Arrive Athens! 20
Leave Athens 8 00 n.S
Arr^e Wiiite’e 122 p.*
“ Lexingt’n.. •:s3p. n
" AaUocIi... 4:16
L'TatWam'vtn A.-mT ...
NO. 1, WEST DAILY.
If you want something nlce|call on
For he has always on hand fresh
Bread, Cakes, Candies, Confecionerles.
i Lv. Aiian.a... «.cxj. m
i " Un. PL... j:u\ a
“ WooavUI, ]:>, p.n
“ Maxeya... 1:06 ,. a
"Antioch... t.H p. a
" Lcxlnyton 4:01 p-
" Winter re. 4:41 p.S
. _ _ Ar’TeAthena.. ,:04 K. m
WoodViUe 11:87 p.m “ Wxah’yt’n. 2,-a p £
— - hxoom... im
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JOHN D. MELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
O nce In old Franklin Bouse Building, opposite
Opera House. octaodAwly.
made to order at
Next door to the Post Office.
The great rofttornttvo and tonic. H.nb<en use
We regret to kco the progress made in
the House by the various bills to raze
the agricultural department to tho
ground; to divide up the agricultural col
leges and experimental stations and to
meddle with the various laws regulating
the inspectorship of fertilizers. We re
gret to see so sensible a man as Mr. Cal
vin, of Richmond, in his corrospondcnco
to the Augusta Chronicle, give these
absurd schemes prominence, if not en
dorsement in his letters. The first bill
of this sort was tho ltrady bungle, which
Mr. Calvin very sensibly and soundly
berated. Wo boliove the others are part
of the same short sighted and unwiso
plan to cripple the department, reduce
its size and usefulness and possibly to
change the personnel of its officers. Mr.
Calvin should use his position in the
House to prevent tho department from
being turned to the interest of any set of
men than the farmer, for whom it was
intended. We do not believe the Senate
will pass any of theso unwise measures.
ito curd Men young or ml.Mle *gr«l,
by their Indulgences or IikUmc eMou
brought upon themselves
producing some of tho following streets: Ner
vousness, Loss of energy and power, want of am
bition, lack of ideas, mental and physical weak
ness, aversion t> society, untltuess to marry,
idaticholy, railing memory, organic weakness.
many men. married o
heir moner away c
"wood *rfUl cures,”
|sk you to give the SALVO
Tho latest cotton circular of tho Geor
gia Railrovd “shelled tho woods.” Au
gusta cotton factors and drummers
scampered home from along tho Gaines
ville, Jefferson and Southern Narrow
Guagc, and^the great unsweraed tide of
cotton cars continues to roll towaro Ath
FOR SALE !
4 AT> EL Aercsof land lying on tbeBrooklyi
Ult 9 Hoad, the Pbltiisy Branch ruua
through i he pm|<«rty Some of th* best brick It
the city were made on this property.
Also, N seres of land in N. K. Athens, lies beau
tifully, belongs to non-residents, aud will be soul
the McDermott house and lot on College
Avenue. The vacant lot adjoining tho ab->ve will
The Brick Store i _ -
occupied by Mr. Johu Kborhart.
remove the bouse off the lot at onec.
Apply to J. 8. WILLIFORD.
Being d< sirous of counrcUng with my Oil Mill
the manufacturer of tcrtillzers, and not being
able to make satisfactory arrangements for
ng »U the city of Athens, 1 pro. os * to se'l i_.
Mill and eater into the oil and fertilizer
mndneiH in the state of MUalssiupi. The m'll is
in excellent order. Capacity 10 tona per dai
The trill and fixtures will be sold low if an offi
Is made prior to September the 28th, lt*87.
For Information and particulars apply to
J. 8. WILLIFORD, Real Estate Agent.
I offer 205 acres, mile* from Athens, 1%
miles from Center, (ucarest P. O.) 76 acres la
a good state of cultivation, meet of the nuuaitider
of the laud in forest, level and of good quality.
Improvements good, dwelling has six
large two story barn and other or t bultdtnp, and
best of all Is the price, only 97 00 per acre. i allou
1. 8. WILLIFORD, Real EsUte Agent.
eta of laud la 100, l*s, 107, i(», and 14
acres, six miles from Athens ail flue lands. Price,
‘lo 1 9I.7M: *’ ‘ *— “ * “— M ‘
*.0c0: No. I
J. 8. WILLIFORD, Real Estate Agent.
D> toar Own Vyelng, at Horn,, wim
They will dye everything. They are sold every
where Price 10c. a pickago—40 eolem. Th y
have n > equal for Strength, Brightness, Amount
in Packages or lor Fastness of Color, or non-f*dtag
Qualities. They do not crock or eornt For sale by
K. 8. LYNDON, If. D. Druggist,
marl'llr. Athens. Ua.
~ WOOD FOR SALE!
1500 -^ orJ --°* 1 Hieko^.xnd
th rowing tl
MENTa trial. 'J’housirida have testified to its
merits, atd its curative properties have been
ulogis-d by tho loading pnysiciaus In this
Young men suffering from tho effects of youth-
fill imprudence, cun roly on a permanent cure
No mutter »Lut you have taken, or who has failed
t‘» euro you SALVO TREATMENT we GUAR
ANTEE to CUKE YOu.
Kalvo Treatment as now prepare!, Is pleasui
to take, aud aaetmllatcs readily with the food in
the stomuch. No minerals contained in the treat
ment. A part of the treatment la composed of
seven different roots and herbs, always prepared
in a fresh state, and the moat valuable medicine*
known to mo<lorn actence. The balance ol the
treatment is put up In small pill form, pleaatnt
to take and handy to carry In tbo jockct. The
complete treatment ia put up in package!, and
contaiDM all medicines necr aaiwy for
TALLULAH FALLS, GA.,‘
ON THE PIEDMONT AIR LINE,
In the Blue Ridge Mountains 20C0 feet above
Cliff House and Cottages,
Will open on June 1st. to November. For further
A. H. & F. B. SCOFIELD. Proprietors.
Late of Hotel Ka tertkill, Catsklll Mountair
N. Y , aud Inland Hotel, Chica o.
H. COBB DAVIS,
Fine Pork. Beef, Mutton, Sausage,Be.
H. COBB DAVIS.
package. |2."0. three package* Ifi.nu. Sent prepaid
and iteverfly stvtltMi on receipt of price.
Knowing u« wo do the great curative effects of
Salvo Treatment, we will give the following
With each order for three package a (4 months
treatment) enclosing 96.00, we will send our
WRITTEN GUARANTEE to refund the money
If the treatment does not cflecl h cure.
T ree package* sen* C. O. l>. oa receipt of 12.00,
to secure us againat loss.
Send money by P. O. Moner OrJer, Registered
Lctlor, Express, or Batik Draft at our risk.
Address, SALVO CHEMICAL CO.,
No. 1A a SIwtl* Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A treatise on HALVO TREATMENT, coutaln-
lug testlmonis's fr»*m eminent physicians as to
the virtue of tbo principal curative properties of
the ti cut me ut, sent free. (Kealwd ) tntrliidAwtr.
mo ADVERTISERS.—Lowest Rates for advor-
Ji tfslng in HO* gin d !»*•*• apapera sent free. Ad
dress GKO. P.JtOWKLl. A CtJ.,10 .spruce St., N. Y.
P ATENTS secured on reasonable terms. Work
reliable: papers carefully and legally drawn.
Writ* for particulars. N. L. Collamku, patent
Attorney and Mechanical Engineer, tg. cloud
Bulb!lug, Washington, D. C. novlkdtf.
IS THE THIEF GF TIME I
IT IS ALSO
THE THIEF OF HEALTH,
ifor by 1‘rocrastiration we allow
4li>ca6e to take hold of ourselves,
we feel Badly, Languid and Tired,
but nine out of ten of us say, well I
will feel better in the morning,
morning comes but the good feel'.ng
that we expected does not come
with it, tor disease is the robber ot
man's happiness, pleasure and com
fort, has taken possession of us. it
is an established fact and very
potent to all that if the system is in
good condition it is utterly impossi
ble for disease to attact us. As
cotton is king in common, so is the
Liver the king in the human system
and if this organ is kept in good
condition the happiness, pleasure
and comlorts of life can be enjoyed.
Gilders Liver Pills
Will keep this great organ in health.
Try them, you cun find them at any
JOHN CRAWFORD & CO.,
Athens, - Georgi
OR. □. F. BTEIFER,
SURGEON AND OBSTETRICIAN
O ffers his Medical Scrvloes to the people of
Athens, Georgia. Office on Jackaoo Street
Third Door South o. Broad Street. Residence
on Lumpkin Street. Office hours from 9 to 11
A. M„ 9 to 6 P. M. febI0dAwly.87
ALLEN J. ARNOLD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
LL practice in Welto n, Oconee, Clarke an
R. L. J. SMITH,
attorney and counsellor at law
HARMONY GROVE, GEORGIA.
Will practice In Jackson, Banks,
Dr.Hardman a drug s
Nouse and Sign Painters
Decoraters and Dealers in Wall Paner.
. Athens, Georgia.
N o.t, W«»T PALY.
I’ve Augusta lu:15 p m
Macon “ ‘ “
WO. 4.BAST DAILY.
•• Uutnn «.«n J'"*
A'ro Macon 7:60 am •• Macon. 6:30 p a
A've Atlanta. 9:8J a.m ar’e Augusta.. 9:00 a m
Train numDtr 27 will atop as ana receive p»
tengere to and from the following etalons oat y
Grovetown, Harlem, Hearing, Thomson Nor
wood, Barnet Crawford vllle. Union Point,Green •
esboro, Madison, Rutledge, Social Circle
Covington, Conyers, Llthonla, Stone Moon
tain and Decatur. Train No. 28 a 111 stop at
and receive passengers to and from the
following stations only: Grovetown, Hanem
Hearing Thompson, Norwood, Barnett Craw
fordvilie, Union Point, Greensboro, Madison
Rutledge, Social Circle, Covington, Conyers
Llthonla. Btnne Mountain and Decatnr.
Train Mo. 61 on Athens Branch gives pasas o-
gers for No 28 ou main line, 15 minutes f<r-^
supper at Harlem. T
Trains to and from Athens connect with
trains 27,29.1 and?.
JC. R. DORSEY, Gen. Pass. Agent. *
JOHN W GRKKN G”n’l Manager
JOB W. WHITE, Usn'l Traveling PaMeneir
Agent. Augusta. Ga.
PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE.
Richmond: and: Danville: Railroad.
In Effect Sept. 4, 1887.
Trains run by 75th Meridian time—One hour
faster than noth Meridian time
4D Clayton Street
You2i And it good to rrgu-
The organs of both small
and the woe .
That sod Dyspeptic* ever
Besides 'tie pleasant to the
Bo none need gulp U down
la haste. ,
StOO to S300, A or^\VL^u“^.
for red who can furntah thoir own horses and
give their whole time to the hardness. Spare
moments may be profitably employed also. A
few vacancies in towns and cities. B. F.
JOHNSON «% CO., 1013 Main SL, Richmond, Va.
$700 to $2500expense, con be
made working for ns. Agents preferml who can
funitdi iheir owb horse* sad give rhefr whole time
to trio liiulncx*. Spare moments may be profitably
• mi >lovo. | aUo. A few vacancies In towns and cittee.
b. P •OUNbON A CO.. kH3 M-'" R1*** «wd. Va.
k Co 10 Spruce SL, New York, In good fait h
. obtain au needed iaformalMn about any
ivopoeed line of Advertising in American News
paper*. 176 page pamphlet. 80c. marlTdlm.
If All DAN live at home, and make more
■ 1111 suoney at work lor ue,than at anything
V llllelse iu this world. Capital not needed;
I U I#you are started free. Bath sexes; sll ages.
Any uoeeando the rork. Large earnings sure
from first start. Costjy outfit and terms M,
Better not delay. tUoeta yog nothing to rend us
your addnsa a*, d find out; lr ypu ajre wise you
will do so at once.
H. HALLRTT A CO..
ec23!Awtf Portland. Maine.
Fore Sweet fell!
WhUkey, baud made double copper
1 gallon. ....
t 9-4 gallons, ....
Or by the barrel at .... ...
Have on hand 2,300 gallons of stram distilled,
pure 100 proof corn wntskey at *1.80 per gallon.
auglSdtf JOEL COFFEE. Lula, Ga.
FINE JERSEY BULL
I a Xu fir Kubxko Kioto,
W ILL Serve Unregistered Cows at
$>.00 and Registered Cows at
mar27d0m. Alliens, Ga.
X. ». ALLK*.
T, O. UADAWAY.
(heir own homes, tl to Ft per day <an be quiet
ly made. Work sent by msll any distance. Par.
ticularsfiee. No canvassing. Addreas at once,
CRESCKMT ART CO., 247 Milk St.. Boston .Vasa.
Box 6170 >*pt20dAwlm.
_ NTBNDIMG ADVRRT1MWR4 »houbl addrm
X GEO. P. HOW I LL A CO.,
10 Spruce rttrev t, New YorkCiU, for Select List
of 1.000 Newspaper*, will be eent PRKK. oa ap-
orpun «» sujh s.kvr.oKswn. spp'ies w me
forlettersoi d.smtmion from said Ouardisn<hIn.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all odd*
earned to show cause at the regular form of Uu
(kartof Ordinary of gold rountr on the irxt
Monday in Kovenbcr next why said letters
should not bt granted. Given nnaer ay hand nt
office this 5th dav of September, 1887.
a;ptl8w4L ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
R. H. ALLEN & CO.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In'
Saddles and Harness,
HQRSE EQUIPMENTS GENERALLY.
We Mtnufsuture ouy oen goods with all the new
and improved facilities. Dealers in Barnsssand
Saddlery Goods will save monpy by galling out
R. U. ALLK.N A CO-
No. 49, Clayton 8treet, Athens. Ga
TOHS Of m SEED
ATHENS OIL MILL.
THE CEsr PRICE PAID.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Th ' s S5l r . n %.. 8 ^?E3: ,!8S
Finest Calf, perfect fit. and / A
warranted. Congress, Button
and Lace, all style# to*. Al iyc
stylish and durahlo
the U Shoes _
tl«*d by other
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N STB SELL THE
• ampleon two WMkx'
trial on llb.ral ttrme.
ts?. imffittinritsis: st
TIT ANTED—Agents tn everf town and ell
tV U|. to Mil our NKIV CIIKIsrilAS B )OK4
(•*»), aelflng from (0 eta to £t.fio One woman with
a lastly writes that aha averaged 97.00 a day last
yaar, dom Sept mber mi'll Christman. One new
agent made f 12S in six weeks One sold 96 the
first week In a village of onlv 200 Try it In vour
school district If no more. You can m*k« fr-'m
125to600. D. E. LUTHER,
*spt20dtkw3w 59 Whltahall St., Atianta, Ga.
A Fine Farm in Banks County,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
1 WISH lo aell, or rent, Aiy entire Tatm
1 in The lower part of Bank, County,
Known os tl)e “.fxck Fifeman place!;’
Thl» farm konUlnt tj37j, xiite, of good
farming Ixnria; 300 acrea h la k good
a ate of colllvxllon, the remainder in
o)il field pines and original forest. On
.In,form is. eofld two «tqrydwelling
honre. with iff necessary outbuildin**
and x|io four tenen! houses. This farm
i, ^ mile, But of Harmony Grove and
iO mile. Sooth of Hnmer. Ill, pon-
venient to churphe*. KhooU and mil)*,
and I, a very desirable |i|ace In every
re,pwt, I will rent Mils farm fdritand.
ing rent for on. year or longer, but
would proffer to icjL I will Mil thl*
place very obtep, lor cub, or on time
with good security. For term, end full
Attorney it Law.
kugflddcwtf. Uxruony SrOTt,
• Clly Time. f Dally except Sun J* y
I Mondays, Weene»d«ys sml Fridays. ’
hiIeei’inu caH hkhvice. *
On trains 60 an I 8l, PuY'iaan Aulfct Sleepers
between Naw Yor* • and Atlanta. Pullut* n
Slet per butwtt'u Ashivlll* hud AIihms 1 vlk
Spartanl nrg. ‘ •- * •
Ou tralas 52 ant) ^ Pullman Puffel Sleeper
between Washingfou mid Mnutgiiutorj; Wsabihg 1
ton aud Autusia. Vul‘.ab S.t'fc er beiwVM!
Greensboro' and ||tchtauud, 'G^eia.vboAf
Through tlrkefs on ule gt pripcipal klallouc 19
all potqts )H>r ratra and lufurmalioff hRpif to
sny «rgi<) of (he company or a r *
■ObflA 18, 4 LtfoCLH9^EY.4A8.L.TAYLQ
Traffic Ui». Paflt. Upu. ifohs'f.
Manager, Agt. Alt,
Adanfo. (in, ^
schrmute will operate on thla read. Train * run
by 76th meridian lime, 8U minutes abend of
Athena Clly time.
*: 7 pm
ft;17 p m
6;fo p m
Lnave Nicholson . .
^eaveHarm> ny Grove..
Arrive at La
Leave Coinelln .
8.47 a ui
if,*16 n ui
1e,05 a m
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