I! illi Jffl Dili!
A .LARGE SHIPMENT OF CHOICE
White and Red
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT
AT AUCTION PRICES.
JNd. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
and Seedsmen, 12 College Avenue,
Queen Victoria has a remarkably fine
head of hair, for a lady of her age; but her
son, the Prince of Wales, is quite bald.
Had be used Ayer’s Hair Vigor earlier in
life, his head might, to-day, have been as
■well covered as that of his royal mother.
It’s not too late yer.
A Woman’s Discovery.
“Another wonderful discovery has been
made, and that, too, by a lady in this
county. Disease fastened its clutches upon
her, and for seven years, she withstood its
severest tests, but her vitai organs were
undermined, and death seemed imminent.
For three months she coughed incessantly
and could not sleep. She bought of us a
bottle of Dr. King’s New Discovery for
Consumption, and wag so much relieved
On taking first dose, that she slept all
night, and with one bottle, has been mi
raculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz. ’ Thus writes W. C. Hamrick & Co.,
of Shelby, N. C. Get a free trial bottle at
John Crawford & Co.’s, wholesale and re
tialagents, Athens, Ga
Thousands of cures follow the use of
Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy. 50 cents.
Letter From Mr. Clip.
Dear Chronicle :—Some year or
two since, I wrote an article in
which I dissented from my holiness
friends. Later on, I admitted the pos
sibility of such a gracious state, but
stated that I had not got there. I
yet admit the possibility, and a rea
sonable probability, but I have still
not got there. I have been using
every power which I possess, and I
think I am something nearer it
than I was three years ago; but if I
should say that lam living sinless,
I think I should utter a falsehood,
which would be a sin of itself. No,
sir, lam a sinner right now, and I
think I have been born of the spirit,
but this “old mortal coil,” in its
abstract character, has no goodness
in it. “In me, (i.Je. in my flesh) dwells
no good thing.” “1 worship God in
the spirit, and believe in Jesus
Christ, and have no confidence in
the flesh.” See 5 chapter of Gal-
Jatians, and you will see how holy
the flesh is. Paul says elsewhere
that “flesh and blood cannot inherit
the Kingdom of God.” Says some
one, is this body of flesh not going
to Heaven? Not till God prepares
it for that abode- Read Paul’s let
ter in first Corinthians, 15th chapter,
and there you will see the process of
“We shall all be changed, this
corruptable shall put on incorrup
tion, and this mortal shall put on
immortality.” then it will be fit for
Heaven, then it will be holy, as I un
derstand holiness, and not ’till then.
“The inner man” is holy. “That
which is born of the flesh is flesh,
and that which is born of the spirit,
is spirit,” but remember “the flesh
lusteth against the spirit, and the
spirit against the flesh, and these
two are contrary one to the other,
so ye cannot do the thing ye would.”
That is Paul’s testimony, and that
is the best sort of reason, that we,
are not holy, soul and body. The
internal man says do right, the
ternal man says do wrong, so I feel
that I have a very serious conflict
in me all the time, between the
“outer man sad inner man.” Were
I holy soul and body, I don’t know
what salvation lam told to work
out. Why Christ himself did not
claim goodness. “Why callestthou
Me good, there is none good but one,
and that is God,’’that is the language
of the immaculate Lamb of God.
I suppose he was drawing the
contrast between him and God in
the abstract. He had reference to
himself as incarnate. That flesh
‘'was tempted in all points like as
we are, but without sin.” God is
the only holy being, but when we
have been fully fitted for Heaven
then we shall see and be like Christ.
Then we will be holy. We should
strive with all power to reach the
highest plane of life attainable on
earth, but I am a believer in eternal
progress, both here and “in the be»
yond,” for if we don’t progrees we
will retrograde, but the whole ad
vancement in which we participate
is gradual, that which God does for
us (regeneration) is instantaneous,
and that is a new birth, a spiritual
being is born of God and is infused
into us by God, and partakes of
God’s spirit, is part of God himself,
and that is the “whosoever that is
born of God doth not commit sin,”
that John has reference to, and he
says, for “His (God’s) seed remain
eth in him and he cannot sin, be
cause he is born of God. I believe
that regenerate internal man never
does sin, but that all the sin we
commit after regeneration is by the
flesh, “the old man.” In fact I
believe all the sin we ever commit is
the work of our carnal bodies, the
flesh. The carnal mind is enmity
against God. To be carnally mind
ed is death, but to be spiritually
minded is life and peace.” So we
see the old man, the flesh, does all
the meanness, and he it is that “we
must keep under, lest we become a
caat-away,” (lose our influence for
good.) I gave on Sunday at prayer
meeting, most of those views to the
audience, but brother Bernard gave
similar ideas on Sunday night, but
in better style. He also said Christ
is our copy, and we should imitate
the copy as nearly as possible, but
will never, in the flesh, reach His
perfection. In Heaven we shall see
Him as He is and be like Him. We
are partly holy, and it is our priv
ilege to grow in grace, and our duty
as well, and I shall do all I can, but
lam a sinner, I am. God help us
all approximate holiness.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay requited. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. Forsale by John Crawford & Co.
Yen Were Once Beautiful; Madam,
but your glass tells you that you are so no
longer. Why is this? It is because you
are suffering from functional derangement.
You may “paint an inch thick,” as Hamlet
says, but you cannot conceal the ravages
of disease. No wonder you are low-spir
ited. But why suffer any longer? Dr.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription will restore
the bloom to your cheek, the sparkle to
your eyes, the old-time lightness to ycur
step. It will make a happy woman of
you again. It cures all those weaknesses,
backaching, bearing-down pains peculiar
to your sex. The only medicine sold by
druggists, under a positive guarantee from
the manufacturers, that it will give satis
faction in every case or money refunded.
See guarantee on bottle wrapper.
One of the meanest men of the
age lives at Dexter, Me. He took a
piece of land of a poor widow this
year to planton halves. The land
was planted in potatoes and the
crop was a good one. This mean
man came by night, dug into the
sides of the hills, and removed from
each all of the tubers with the ex
ception of a few straggling ones.
This left the tops flourishing aps
parantly as vigorously as ever. At
the “official digging” a few days
ago, the widow was sadly disap
pointed at the paucity of the crop,
and when the potatoes were divided
her portion was a “mite” indeed. It
is surely to be hoped that this man
will long continue to hold the cham
pionship uncontested, on this record.
Deafness Cash be Cured
by local application, as they can not reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure Deafness, and that
is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound cr imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed Deafness is the
result, and unless the inflamation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucus surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh)
that we can not by taking Hall’s Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
by Druggists, 75c.
Vigor and Vitality
Are quickly given to every part of the
body by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. That tired
feeling is entirely overcome. The blood
is purified, enriched and vitalized, and car
ries health instead of disease to every or
gan. The stomach is toned and strength
ened, the appetite restored. The kidneys
and liver are reused and invigorated. The
brain is refreshed, the mind made clear
and ready for work. Try it.
E. E. Jones’ force of tinners will put the
roof on the new Michael Bros, building.
DAILY AND WEEKLY,
Daily, $5.00, Weekly SI.OO per Year.
The Athens Chronicle Job-Office
Will print any kind or style of work from
A visit!ug card to a book ;neatly at low prices
HIE nil IIEE IHM
OF NEW YORK,
LARGEST, SAFEST OLDEST
New Insurance, 103,214,261
Insurance in Force, ' ♦ 482,125,184
Paid Policy Holders in 1888, 14,727,550
Increase in Assets, 7,275,301
Increase in Surplus, 1,645,622
Increase in Insurance written, 54,496.251
. TSTO RESTRICTIONS.
If you pay your Premium, the Company
will pay your Claim.
GIIA.NT & WILLCOX Agts.
213, EAST CLAYTON STREET.
He«se and Sign Painters
and Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints Oils, Varnish
NO. 17, NORTH JACKSON STREET, NEXT DOOR TO BJTNEE*W«rCHKAN OFFICE
Reaps, Soaps, Soaps
We have received a large shipment nf
Toilet Soaps, which we otter at figures
never before equalled. We have
4 Cakes in box 10 cents box
6 “ “ 25 “ “
12 “ “ *. .50 “ “
3 “ transparent, in b0x.20 “ “
and many others equally as cheap. Thia
is absolutely the cheapest lot of goods ever
sold in Athens. Call and examine.
L D Sledge & Co.
Is. ■. • ’ ;
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and Sign Painters.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in White Lead, Oil, Varnishes, Turpentine, Brushes
c tors and Painters suppliei. Don’t foret the place, 122 CLAYTON STREET
ATHENS, GEORGIA, We will do your Painting promptly and give satisfaction
Witherspoon & Hamilton.
- U it*. _ k J I
I One beautiful, vacant lot—situated on
I; Baxter street, directly opposite the old E.
L. Newton house. A bargain, at S2OO.
Five room house and lot on Jackson
street, well situated for business. Water
’ works and well on yard. Price $1,200.
> One vacant lot, running through from
; Clayton to Washington streets, known as
Morton place, next to Marks’s property,
about 80 to 100 feet from. Titles good.—
This is desirable property. Call on
5 SjAACKELFORD <fc II AIT AW AY,
Real Estate Agents.
MRS. T. A. ADAMS
Is now receiving NEW PATTERN
Bonnets and Hats,
AND NEW FLOWERS.
53jT Hopes to get a share of the public
Two very nice rooms 'in the old
Cultivator Building; at reasonable rates.
Shackelford & Hattaw ay,
RICHMOND & DANVILLE RR.
N orthea,stern Division,
i Condensed schedule, in eliect June 16ti'
1889. Trains run by 75tb Meridian tim<
Between Athens and atlant?.
NO. 53—DAILY~N0 51—EX. BUi
Lv. Athens, 7 40a m Lv. Athens, 5 50p u
Ar. At)antal2 00 n’n Ar. At.anta, 9 40p n
NO 41—EX. SUN.II NO 53-DAILY ‘
Lv. Atlanta, 5 30p m AtUiota, 8:lGa o
Ar. Athens, 10:25 “ Ai. Ath s, v'
BETWEEN A CHENS AND Ti..< EAST
NO. 53—DAl.jx . NO. 5? -r.A. DUH
Lv. Athens. 7.40a in Lv. Athens. 5 50a.n
Ar.Wash’tn. 6.53 “ Ar.Wash’tn. 713 pm
Ar.NewY’rk 1.20 p m Ar.LL'wY’rk 6.2 n a.m
Pullman Palace Buffet ak-epuja cars from
1 Lula to Washington and New Yjrk.
Solid trains Lula to Washington.
BETWEEN LULA AND ATHENS.
c 5 e 3
Y fa p p-
Passenger Pass’ng’r <
N. E. R. R.
22 52 50 51 jo 19
3 is O Stations W M
OD “ QQ I* OD H
SB G P
B B P P
A.M P.M A. MLV AR P.M ' PM
5 30j8 35 10 30 Lula 7 50 9 30
600855 10 50 Gillsville 780 855
630911 11 05 Maysville 715855 820
7 09 9 31 11 25 Har. Grove 6 50 8 85 7 40
7 30 9 51 11 45 Nicholson 5 80] 8 157 05
8 00 1004 12 00 Center 6 10 8 00 6 35
8 35 1025 12 20 Athens. 5 50 7 40 6 00
A.M P.M P. M AR LV P.M A.M P.M
Trains No. 50 and 53 will run daily. No.
51, 52,19 and 22 will run daily, except
Trains run by 75th Meridian time—ore
hour faster than 90th Meridian time.
L. L. McLeskey, Jas. L. Taylob.
t Div. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass. Agt.
MCI COBB~ INSTITm,
I ATHENS, GA.
A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS—
BOARD $15.00 A MONTH.
No Secret Societies.
HEALTH RECORD UNSURPASSED. FALL
TERM COMMENCES SEPT. 25, 1889.
MISS M. RUTHERFORD, Priucipal.
UMMURANCB COMP A
T. L. <2. Harris, Pres. 8. Thomas, Set
Y. L. G. Harris, L. 11. Charboanier
| John H. Newton, Robt. I. Hampton,
: Stevens Thomas, Edward S. Lyndon
Ferdinand Pbiaisy, Marcellus Stanley
John A. Hunnicutt, Rufus K. Reaves
, YOliNfi LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Exercises Resumed September
For information, etc., apply
to Miss C.
GEORGIA CENTRAL DETECTIVE
441-2 South Pryor St.,
Opposite Police Headquarters,
ATLANTA, : : : : GEORGIA.
We have removed our Detective Agency
from Macon, Ga., to this place. It you need
the services of a good detective write or call
onus. References furnished if required. All
business is upon a basis of mutual honor and
the strictest confidence. We have agents all
over the United Stales. Address,
G. W. SHACKLEFORD, Supt.,
14aug. P. O. Box 142, Atlanta, Ga.
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I will receive a limited ndTibgr of ev
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The general use of shorthand in the
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mWFORD’S OLD STANB,
Clayton Street, Athens, Ga.,
Wholesale and Retail
M EDI4DIIN ES,
FINE TOILET SOAPS, BRUSHES
FOR MEDICAL USE.
CLARKE AND AD-
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SIX 4 PER CENT. Commissions
Office with O’Farrell te Ash.
Having opened a sub-agency In Athens
tor the transaction of this line of business,
I am prepared to give perfect satisfaction
to any one wishing inv services. C«>rrc.
spondence strictly confidential. Charges
reasonable. Call On or address v
l u B. O. W. ROSE,
scptUOdlm. Athens, Ga.