Mark Twain aa a Catecliiaer.
“But there wns another little incident
which I call to mind. Old Bill Nyeof Ne
vada—everybody knows who he was—ap
pointed Sam Clemons and I school com
mitteemen for our district. Well, we bad
a few Piute young ones and one or two
white ones, enough to make a neuclus, as
Sam said, so we hired a female teacher.
She was considerable on morals, and I sus
pect Sam had intimated thut this branch
of their training should not be neglected.
It was a barren soil to sow seed on, but the
teacher wns as cute as they make ’em and
she was bound to please and perhaps as
tonish the committeemen. So she goes to
work and stands them up like a lot of J
eticks and practices moral instruction upon
them. She always arranged them in exact
ly the same order, and like colts, ti e
youngsters soon learned to know which
was their particular stall or standing post.
“For boy No. 1 she always had one ques
tion, "Who made you ?” Os course, there
was but one answer tnd that was, God.
This was the alph . id omega of that boy's
moral requirements so to speak.
“Well, boy No. 2 wasn’t any brighter,
and so bad bis question and answer drilled
into him. “Who was the strongest man ?”
was the question, and Sampson was the
answer. Boy No. 3 was the son of a Piute
squaw and a white man. He was dull, and
and bis idees were terribly difficult to cul
tivate. So I suppose for that reason tl e
school marm assigned him to say that Job
was the most patient man. Sam came
down one day Io see how things were pro
gressing at school.
“ The teacher stood her three particular
pupils up in a row on the side of the log
cabin, and intimating that the committee 1 -
men could pull out slowly on the catechism
and moral instruction, was invited to steam
ahead. Boy No. 1, in the meantime, had
complained of faintness, a sudden feeling
no doubt inspired by Sam’s awful presence,
and the teacher excused him with the re->
commendation that he go out in the adjoin
ing ten acre lot and lie down in the grass
till he recovered. To boy No 2 Sam now
addressed himself with the leading ques
tion, “ Sonny, who made you ?” “ Samson,
sir,” was the lad’s reply. The teacher
blushed, and even Sam was taken aback.—
“ Well, my boy, can you tell me who made
you?” said Sam to boy No. 3. “Yes, sir,
Job." "Why, there must be some mistake
here,” ejaculated Sam in an undertone.—
Then back to No. 2 lie went with, “Are
yousure, my little man, that Sampson made
you “ Oh, yes, sir, because be was a very
strong man.” Then to boy No. 3he put
the question, “ Are you quite certain Job
made you ?” “ Oh, yes,” pined the Piute
cherub, “because Job was a patient man.”
“ Why, you young rascal, don’t you know
God made you ?” “ No, sir,” replied the
young Piute, greatly alarmed, “ the boy
God made is out in the ten acre lot kicking
up his heels and having a bully time.”
lAcking u.n Elder.
One summer in the years agone, while a
camp-meeting was in progress in Eaton
county, there arrived on the grounds a
bully named Miller, who had made a vow
to lick Elder Johnson and break up the
whole business. The Elder heard the news
with calm composure, and as soon as at
liberty, he hunted up a worthy friend of
bis own and asked:
“ Friend Smith, didn't you use to fight in
your young days ?”
“Ah! Elder, I have had many a turn
with the boys.”
“ And what is tie effect of a sudden blow
between the eyes ?”
“ It astonishes and humbles.”
“ Is there any danger of killing a man by
such .- blow ?”
“ Never knew a case of it.”
The Elder went his way with a serene
smile on his face. Miller bad his coat off
and was hunting for him, and they met
face to face as they turned a wagon. Milk r
started to crack his heels and crow, but he
never finished. The Elder took him one
lick between the lookers without stopping
his pace, and it took twelve rowdies, three
dippers of water and two quarts of whisky
to revive the patient and get him off the
grounds. One day, a year afterwards, he
met the Elder, and seriously asked :
“ Elder, some of the boys say I was
kicked by a horse, and others stick to it
that I was struck by' lightning, but I’ve al
ways had a suspicion that you bit me with
a provision stand. How was it anyhow ?”
—Detroit Free Press.
Hlegranee and Purity.
Ladies who appreciate elegance and pu
rity are using Parker’s Hair Balsam. It is
the best article used for restoriug gray hair
to its original color, beautyfand lustre.
GRAINS OF SPICE.
“If I had a million dollars,” said young
Brown, “ I would—”
*• No, you wouldn’t,” interrupted Jeems;
“ you’d be a bigger fool than you are now.”
Jeems was rather rude, but he told the
Mr. Harper, one day in bis office,
was accosted by a grave-looking clergyman,
who began to ask for aid for some charita
ble fund in this wise: “My friend, I come
on business of the Lord—” “ Yes, yes,”
interrupted Mr. Harper. “ There’s
several brothers of us, and the one who at
tends to the business of the Lord ain't in.”
“ I never pretend to know a thing that I
do not,” remarked Biown. “ When I don’t
know a thing, I say at once *1 don’t know.’ ”
“ A very proper course," said Fogg ; “ but
how monotonous your conversation must
be, Brown 1”
A gentleman who had been giving a de
scription of a friend’s wife, but omitted all
mention of her hair, was asked as to the
color of it. His delicacy cf f, eling over
came him to such an extent that it was
several moments before he ventured to give
any answer, and then said in a very reluc
“ it was that—that indescribable shade
which suggests the thought that it would
“Don’t you believe in future life, in
which we shall renew the ties that bind
us together here?” “I do,” said the hen
pecked husband sadly, “but I don’t want
Recent boarding house statistics leads to
the conclusion that butter was invented by
Mr. Strong, of Ancient Greece.
An Austin family was recently blessed
with a baby boy,the first one in the family.
Next door was a family in which there
were half a dozen children. When the ar
rival of the boy next door was announced
little Johnny, aged six years, asked :
“Have they got a boy, sure enough ?”
“Yes, there is a boy over there at last.”
“Then they will have a whole lot more.
That’s the way we did I”—Texas Siftings.
An exchange says while an Idaho girl
was silting under a tree waiting for her lo
ver, a grizzly bear came along, and, ap
proaching from behind, began to hug her.
But she thought.it was Bill and leaned back
and enjoyed it heartily, and murmured,
“tighter.” It broke the bear all up and he
went and hid in the forest for three days to
get over bis shame. *
When the dry goods clerk arrives in the
country, in a straw bat and a blue ribbon,
and swell clothes, and a capital of S2O, he
will put on lots of style, and the girls will
fancy he is either a railroad president or a
defaulting bank official.
On College Avenue, J THENS, 'GA.
4 FULL line of Millinery and Trimming!,
xY in Silks, Satins, Fringe's, Gimps, Edgings,
aces, Gloves, Hosiery, Ruttons, Ac., &c,
AT PRICES GUARANTEED AS LOW
AS AUGUSTA OR ATLANTA.
m. m. McDermott,
College Avenue, (under the Newton Rouse,)
July 30 ly ATHENS. GA.
THE undersigned has in successful onera
tion, two first-class Saw Mills near Har
mony Grove, Ga., and is prepared to furnish
bills of Lumber in any quantity desired.
Orders may be left with Mr. ""hos. Bailey, or
address the undersigned at Harmonv Grove,
Ga. p. J. SHORE.
March 11—3 m—pd
11 i ji’hes«
Ti itei’i i:i I i< >i ml
Jan 14 ly.
and Silver Ware,
Call and Examine the Stock of
Chas. A. Scudder,
Brum by ’ s Drug Store,
Watches and Jewelry
OUR TAILOR, J. F SCHAUB is sure on a
snug lit and good work, without trying on
before completed. Has a full variety of sam
ples from Nev* York and St. Louis, and latest
fashions always on hand. Shop corner of Broad
ami Wall streets, Athens, Ga.
april 8 J. F. SCHAUB.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS reward
to any one who will get up a better
Liniment for Rheumatism, Neura Igi a,
Burns, Cuts, Stiff Joints, Sprains, Bruises,
Stings of Poisonous Insects, Toothache,
etc. The money will be returned to any
one not satisfied after using one bottle of
the Turkish Liniment. For Sweeny, Wind
galls, Sore Back, Stiff Joints, Scratches,
Fistula and in all cases where Liniments are
used on horses, it is unsurpassed. Every
bottle is stopped with an India rubber stop
per, to prevent loss of strength.
For sale by Druggists generally. Prepar
cd by DR. E. 8. LYNDON, Athens, Ga.
Price 50 cents per bottle. april 1 ly '
Store to r<ent.
THE large and elegant Store in Reaves’ new
Block on Thomas Street, between Patman
& Bird and O’Farrell Bros. Apply to
Feb 11 REAVES, NICHOLSON & CO.
300 IMile Tickets,
GEORGIA RAILROAD COMPANY, ]
Office Gen’l Passenger Ag’t, >
Augusta, March 2, 1880. )
C'fommenctng this date, this Company will sell
J FIVE HUNDRED MILE TICKETS, good
over main line and branches at THIRTEEN
75-100 DOLLARS each. These Tickets will be
issued to individuals, firms, or families, but not
to firms and families combined.
E. R. DORSEY,
General Passenge- Agent.
I Have just received my new stock of Spring
Millinery Goods from New Y<rk. Thev
are the prettiest ever brought to At hens. The
ladies are all invited to call and examine them.
Respectfully; AIRS. T. A. ADAMS,
£ TO per day at home. Sam-
pies worth $5 free.—
Address Stinson A Co , Portland, Maine.
a week. sl2 a day at home easily
4 -J made. Costly outfit free. Address
Thue A Co., Augusta, Maine.
Ci 4 tit ft week in y° ur °‘ vn town - Terms
j > and |5 outfit free. Address 11. Hal
lett &. Co., Portland, Maine.
Worth Sending For.
Dr. J. 11. SCHENCK, of Philadelphia, has just
published a book on “Diseases of the Lungs
and how they can be Cured,” which is offered
Free, postpaid, to all applicants. It contains
valuable information for all who suppose them
selves afflicted with, or liable to, any diseases of
the throat or lungs. Address Dr. J H. Schenck
& Son, 60<? Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. P.
O. Box 2833. may 18 4t.
Ginger, Buchu, Mandrake, and many of the
best medicines known are here combined into
a medicine o' such varied powers us make it
the greatest Blood Purifier and the
Beet Health and Strength Restorer Used.
Cures complaints of Women and diseases of
the Stomach, Boweis, Lungs, Liver and Kid
neys, and is entiraly different from Bitters,
Ginger Essences and other Tonics, as it never
intoxicates. 50c. and $1 sizes Large Saving
buying $1 size. Iliacox A Co., New York.
CDA Per week can be made in auy locali-
TjpOv ty. Something entirely new for
agents. $5 outfit free. G. W. Ingraham A Co.
Boston, Mass, may 13 It.
CLAYTOX STREET MEAT MARKET.
JOHN F. FINCH, Proprietor.
fllllE FINEST BEEF, PORK and MUTTON
J constantly on hand. My solicitors will
evil to receive orders, and deliver meats to
any part of the city. A trial will convince
that I keep nothing but what I advertise.—
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID for
FIRST CLASS CATTLE, SHEEP & HOGS.
Sept 10 ly.
Grown by Robert Buist, Jr. See that every pa
' per is dated 1882.
’A LOT OF FRESH ONION SETTS
of the Red and Silver Skin varieties, just rec’d.
He No Tea cannot be excelled.
BEAKER HILL HARNESS OIL.
The best in use.
St. Louis Lead,
LINSEED OIL, and a full line of PAINTS.
I)LI7G S. &c.
We will make it to your interest to call,when
wanting anything in our line, either retail or
Big lot of Grass Seed
and Clover Seed,
will be in by March Ist.
E. Ci LONG & CO.,
Richmond A Danville
On and alter Sunday, Feb 12th, 1882, Pas
senger Train Service on the Atlanta and Char
lotte Air Line Division of this Road, will be as
Mail and Express. Mail.
No 51 No 53
Leave Atlanta, 2;lf> p m 6:00 a in
Arr Gainesville. 4;54 “ 8;45 “
“ Lula 5;26 “ 9;19 “
“ Toccoa, 7;0(> “ 10;46 “
“ Seneca, 8;24 “ 12;04 p m
“ Greenville, 10:08 “ 2;10 “
“ Spartanburg, ll;40 “ 3!50 “
“ Gastonia, 2;06 ain 6:21 “
“ Charlotte, 3;15 “ 7;20 “
Mail and Express. Mail.
No 50 No 52
Leave Charlotte, 12;40 a m 11:05 am
Arr Gastonia, 1;35 “ 12;02 p m
“ Spartanburg, 4;04 “ 2:35 “
“ Greenville, 5:32 “ 4;09 “
“ Seneca, 7;15 “ 5;51 “
“ Toccoa, 8;28 “ 7;05 “
“ Lula, 10:18 “ 8;43
“ Gainesville, 10;51 “ 9;16 “
“ Atlanta, 1:40 pm 12;05 a m
T.M R. TALCOTT, General Manager.
I. Y. SAGE, Sup’t.
A. POPE, Gen’l P. Ag’t.
Georgia Railroad Co.
OFFICE GENERAL MANAGER, )
Augusta, Ga.. March 9,1882 [
ON and after Sunday, March 9th,1882, trains
will run over the Athens Branch,as follows:
Leave Alliens 9 30, a. in.
“ Winters, 10.01, “
“ Lexington, 10.45, “
“ Antioch 11.14, “
“ Maxey’s, 11.29 “
“ Woodville ........ 12.05 p. m.
Arrive at Union Point.... 12.30 “
“ Atlanta ... 5.45 “
“ Milledgeville, .... 4.49 ‘,
Macon 6.45 “
“ Augusta, 4.06 “
Leave Augusta 10.30 a. m.
“ Macon 7.10 “
“ Milledgeville 9.05 “
“ Atlanta 8.30 “
“ Union Point .... 1.50 p. m.
Arrive Woodville 2.10 “
“ Maxey’s 2.46 “
“ Antioch 303 “
“ Lexington 3.30 “
“ Winter’s 4.14 “
“ Athens, >4.50 “
Trains run daily. Close connection tojund
from Washington on Sundays,
JNO. W. GREEN, G. M.
E. R. DORSEY. Gen. Pass. Apent.
LEADER OF FASHION
Having all the leading gentlemen in this sec
tion of the country for patrons, has made many
suits for them, and never fails to give perfect
fit. Clothing made in the most stylish and du
rable manner. Gentlemen are invited io call
and examine the finest assortment of the most
stylish spring goods that have ever been ofler
ered in this city. Respectfully,
mar 25 College Avenue, near Broad St.
WYNN & GRANT,
LONDON & LANCASHIRE,
And other first class Fire Insurance companies.
Rates reasonable. Farm property aid
dwellings a specialty. april 8
Offi • 1 Corner Broad and Thomas Sts., and
mes. np.gtairs corner Thomas and Clay
ton Streets, ATHENS, GA.
Watches & Jewelry.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HEADQUARTERS AT THE OL D RELIABLE
JEWELRY STORE OF
A. S. Mandeville.
SPECTACLES & EV E-G LASSES,
SILVER WARE, AT BOTTOM PRICES
Repairing and engraving warranted .
togive satisfaction. May 7—ts.
HIRES Improved Root Beer; 25c. package
makes 5 gallons of a delicious, wholesome
sparkling temperance beverage. Ask your
druggist, or sent by mail for 23c. CE HIRES
48 N Del. Ave. Pbilada. may 13 4t
k»1 \ REWARD I for any case of
O Lv/V/ V J Blind. Bleeding, Itching, U1
cerated, or Protruding PILES, that DeBING’S
PILE REMEDY fails to cure. Prepared bv J.
P. MILLER, M. p., 915 Arch St., Phila , Pa.—
None genuine without his signature. Send for
circalar. Sold by druggists and country stores
sl. may 13 It
u T THE
IN<>. it liroiul Street, Athens, < ■ ai.
(Formerly Baldwin A Burnett’s boot and shoe s + oro,)
Now offers to the public full lines of the most desirable goods, and in the latest styles,ns follows,
Prints of the Best Brands,
Bleachings, of all widths and prices; Whit i Goods, such as Lnwns, Pique, Lace. Checks;
Tabl • Linen, Sheeting, etc., Dress Goods in plain and bordered Lawn;
Lace Hemani, Pongee, etc., Black Dress Goods, the very best, in the citv.
Drap De Te, Cashmere, Bunting, Alpaca, Brilliantiue.
In other Departments a Full Line of
Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Mitts, Kid Gloves,
Bordered, Colored, White and Silk Handkerchiefs, Towels, Napkins,
Lace, Ties, Lace Collars, Veiling, Tucking, Combs, Fancy Soap,
The Well Known Globe Corset,
Ladies Underwear of ail kinds, at all prices
in addition to the above, we propose to exhibit as soon as the season opens, the finest and
best selected stock of
BONNETS AND FIATS.
In Straw. Milan, Braid and Chip. Also a fine stock of Trimmings. Such as Ribbons
ers and Sa ius. Every bo iy asked to c-Dl March 25 cmar -2m
Carithers, Betts & Smith,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Ales, Beer,elc
WHISKIES, TOBACCOS and CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
Also, a Full Link of
Provisions’and Staple Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES. Etc.
Clayton Street, ATHENS, GA.
ATHENS FfH XDKY &
ATHENS, G-.A.S . Jk W/
NEW & SECOND-HAND MACHINERY.
THRESHERS. HOUSE-POWERS, FAN MILLS,
COTTON PRESSES, SORGHUM'MILLS, SAW 7
Mills, With Screw on Ratchet Head Blcckb. A viN' - tWA
6 Horse Power Monarch Portable Engine, mounted.
8 Horse Power Monarch Portable Engine, mounted. VtT
2 Cylinder Boilers, 36 inches x 30 feet. Z-.iXWy 3
1411 P Rook’valtcr Portable Engine in good order. -■ g
1 and 4 H P Stationary Engine in good order. x “ - ' -•*
1 30 inch Georgia Water Wheel in good order.
2 17% inch James Loffel Wheel in good order .
1 15 inch Eclipse Wheel, as good as new.
1 10 inch Thomas Leffei Wheel. A
1 4 Spindle Drill. mfii
2 16 inch iron Lathes 6 ft. Shears.
1 40 inch Fan Blower. pUSi
Shafting, Gearing, Pnllevs, etc,
Also, Manufacturers Agents for Standard make Porta- Z
ble Steam Engines, Traction or Road Engines. Turbine tLS, ' -j T '-'kn.
Water Wheels. Cook’s Evaporators. Victor Cane Mills, ‘
Combined Threshers and Separators, Lit !e Giant Hy- jYfr
draulic Cotton Presses, Hancock Inspirators, Steam Jet
Pumps, &c. e 1
R. Nickerson, Agt. f
Thos. Bailey, Supt- y
For *< ■ \ BRONChItIs, ISTHN MEU
MOaiA CONSUMPTION, Diseases of THROAT, CHEST L;j?4GS.
BS R 4ft S P 5= 38 Has always been one of the nm- . i n • >, ;«nt
pl a S 3 EIL I 818 I weapons wielded bv the M EDI(. Al FACIA TY
. ftlu Mil th i uIJ
CONSI MPITON in its incipient and advanced stages, and all diseases of the 'l 11 it< • VIJ HEST
and LUNGS, but it has never been so advantageously compounded as in the TO!.C. ROCK and
R\ E. Its soothing Balsamic properties allord a diflnsive‘stimulant and tonic to build up the
system after the cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles. Price SI.OO.
K ? Do not be deceived by dealers who trv to palm off Rock and Rye
W/Mk b ■ in place of our TOLU, ROCK ANli RY;., ■•vli:'’ii is tin ONLY
MEDICATED article—the genuine has a Private Die I'roprit iary Stamp on each bottle, winch
permits it to be Sold by Grocers and Dealers Every where,
WITHOUT SPECIE. TAX CK I.ICENSS.
The TOLU, ROCK AfiiO RYE LG., Proprietors, 41 River St, Chicago, ill.
Jan 21—6 m
We have now on hand a large stock ol Mabie, Todd & Co.’s Gold
Pens —the most popular pen on the market—a varied assortment of Pen
cils, a splendid stock of Stationery, Envelopes and Lawyer’s Parchment—
the best goods in this line ever offered in the city. Photograph Albums,
Pictures and Picture Frames, Elegant Chromos. The latest and
MOS r l 5
ever issued, containing much information not usually found on Maps. The
usual stock of Standard, Miscellaneous and School Books, and in fact eve
rything usually found in a First Class Book Store.
' Sept 25 ’ BURKE & ANDERSON.
SEWING MACIHNE OEPARTMEHT.
LYNCH & FLANIGEN,
Have added to their stock of CHINA, CROCKERY, GLASS
WARE and HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, a line of
New Home Sewing Machines.
The New Home is the lightest running, best constructed, most
durable machine in the market, having many advantages not pos
sessed by the old fashioned machines. All kinds of needles in
stock. Machines of any make repaired promptly and satisfac
torily. Feb 25
k /V I J li
■■■ ■ ’ : , ■ ■
I MAGNOLIA HAMSSfe
Perfect in Cut, Cure,«Flavor.
Every ham guaranteed. Ask your Grocer for Magnolias.
McFF.HTi.AN, SHALLCROSS & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY.
BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING SHOP
JACKSON STREET, NEXT TO R. 11. ALLEN.
All kinds of Smithing and Repairs done at short notice. Only the best workmen
are employed here. ft-?”' Satisfaction guaranteed In every instance.
GUNS AND PISTOLS of all kinds repaired in the best manner. (mar 6
DOWN to tlio IZ’ig’iire,
BY IT. C. HURLEY’S
Complete Carriage and Wagon Stock. System of work and Shop arrangements.
’FINE WOOD'WORK.' i <•
BottOlll > ; ut,KAIILE “'ACKsarnnxa. : |]' r j ces |
-SUPERB PAINTING. !
:ELEGANT TRIMMING. '■ §
OCONEE STREET, ID. C- ZHZTJZRI_jZE Y ATHENS, GEORGI 4
HAMPTON & CO.,
Clayton Street, Athens, Ga.
Is the place to secure BARGAINS. A full line of new goods, in the way of
Fancy and Family Groceries, CHEAP!
.HAY! HAY! HAY!
Always on hand. Try our MAGNOLIA HAM, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Queen Flour,
King of Day Cigars and Pioneer Cigars. We keep the
i Purest Herd, Best of Sugars, and our Coffees are
the Best in the City.
1 CMYK TJS A CALL!
March 18 ly
IN THE VAST
TALMADGE, HODGSON A CO.,
THE LEADERS IN
Groceries and Dry Goods,
AV ho esale and Retail.
yIZso, Cotton Dealers.— A splendid Ware
house, capacity 15,000 bales.
Immense stock of Groceries now on hand,
AND AT PRICES AS LOW AS CAN BE FOUND IN GEORGIA.
The Best Groceries!
The Finest Flour!
Tiie handsomest Dry Goods!
Andthe lowest Prices
Ever known in this section.
gMT’Remember the old stand, corner Clayton St. and College Avenue
MARBLE ANS GRANITE.
A. L. FOBFFTSON,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
aioNLUHiXT*’ I ain r
Plain and Elaborate Head and Foot Stones.
Large and Small Cradle Tombs,
A LARGE lot of finished work on hand, ready for lettering. I have a large book of new
designs of Elaborate Imported Italian Marble Monuments—the monuments imported direct
from Carrara, Italy. Also, a large lot of Scotch granite Monument designs —gio ss -
nisbed -importetl from the best manufacturers in Scotland. I will say there is no
face of the earth that will stand the tooth of time belter than the Scotch granite. ”
Cali at the Marble Yard and see my new designs of Italian and Scotch Granite Monuments.—.
In buying from me, you will save the Travelling Agent’s expenses.
yV. U. obertson,
April I—ly MONUMENT BUILDER, ATHENS, GA.
~ ,N MONTGO-VIKHY’S
YOU WILL FIND
LOUIS CO’YK DUCGIKS, CAlill/AGKS
A.V/> I/AIIAFSS. I gnarrutee equal to any
sold in market at same prices.
THE OLD HICKORY WAGON; Took
premium at Exposition.
77//! .1 7’7.18, ECLIPSK, FARQUHAIi a«d
BOOK W.ILTER ENGINE'.
THE FARQVLIAIi SEPARATOR.
THE HOOSIER GRAIN DR\LL;
The BROWN, the Celebrated HALL. ai,d
GARVER COTTON G/K.S;
The CHICAGO SCRE WDUI. VERIZER;
EMERSON & TALLCOTT'S WALKING
and RIDING CULTIVATOR, combmrd with
cotion seed planter and grain seeder attach
THE A VERY WALKING AND RIDING
lhe MEIKLE WALKING CULTIVATOR;
The GREGG PLOWSULKEY, for break
Ike GREGG REAPER AND MEADOW
KING MO WER;
J. 2SF. MONTGOMERY,
Feb 11-12 m Broad Street, next door to S. C. Dobbs, Athens, Ga
B. T. BRUMBY X' CO.,
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES
r Tli.e Will mid Coppex*
M &DDBS? & DALE
At the old stand of WESTMORELAND & MAUDREY, is now moving ahead
All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work made to order.
i £ oof? u«r and Guttering a Sftpooialty.
Thanking all for their past patronage, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
COR. CLAYTON AND JACKSON STUEEI S, NEXT DOOR TO M. JI. ALLEN.
The G REG G LA IF A MG WE RS and SELF
I) UM JUNG HORS E li.\ } ’ R.\ KES;
EMERSON & TALGOTT'S combined stan
dard Reaper and Mower.
EMERSON cb TALLCOTT'S Standard
The. CHAMPION Reaper and Mower.
The 27/<7J/zliSsmoothing and revolving har
The ACME HA RRO H F , harrows, plows, pul
verizes and covers grain a proper depth -no
thing better in market.
THE ©Z/FVf A’Chilled Turn Plow, the light
est draft and best turner, tried with a Dynome
ter at our State Fairs.
The PIXIE and SYR A CUSE PLO W.
The 2z17j726'//.l A Cotton Seed Planter, sin
gle and double foot plow stocks.
TheSPA/A’G TOOTHSULKEY HXRRO W
and Cultivator remove the two centre teeth
and cultivate your crops.
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Shingle Machines,
Evaporators, Coltou Presses, Stump Pullera,