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THE REGISTER. I
8ATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER 21, 1878
TOWN and COUNTY.
BILLUPS AND SPBBB.
AU persons indebted to tbe late
firm of J. W. Ayers & Son, or to mo,
are requested tb call at my store and
settle at once, as I am compelled to
bate money. All failing to settle in
a reasonable time will find their
notes and accounts out for collection
A word to tbe wise is sufficient.
Sept. 21-li S. M. AYERS.
If you need anything in tbe way
books,.paper, Ac, read the advertise¬
which is to be fonnd in this issue.
When in Athons if you call to see
Mr. Fleming you will ,most assuredly
call to see a young man who in every
respect is worthy the name of a gen¬
tleman, and one who will sell you
gooods m his line as cheap as you can
buy them in Northeast Georgia. Be
sure to call and see him when in
Also, be sure and read the card of
J. R. IVIE
in tbisiBsne. He is agent at this place
of the Brumby shoe and * will be
pleased for all who wish to buy shoes
“cheaper than they have been offered
since the wan,” to call at his shop. He
will also pay tbe highest cash price
for dry hides.
Also, be sure and read the adver¬
tisement ol the
NORTH GEORGIA STOCK AND FAIR
Large hmonnts are offered in pre¬
miums, Send for Premium List to
B. W. tifrfedn^Ssoiretary, Atlanta, (4a.
and then be Sure to attend.
Tbe meeting of the Tugalo Asso¬
ciation which convened with Double
Branch Uhtffdh in this county last
Week proved to be as pleasant a
meeting as that body perhaps ever
experienced. The weather was as
pleasant as could be asked for, and
nothing seemed to binder an enjoya¬
ble time all daring tbe meeting. The
business of the Association was
transacted on Friday and Saturday,
We understand that all the business
was transacted with that harmony
and brotherly love which ought to be
characteristic with all Christians.
Rev. H. M. Barton was elected Mod*
orator,and Dr. A. W. Brawner, clerk*
The hospitality of the citizens in the
neighborhood of Double Branch
Church Which they displayed during
the Association can not be excelled
in the wodd. Long may the Double
Branch Church, and the Baptist Tu¬
galo Association prosper.
Have You the Buckeye?
It is a well established fact, that
Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment will
cure, if used according to directions.
The j&soulus Hippocastanum, or
Horse Chestnut, commonly known as
the Buckeye, has been highly esteem¬
ed for many years, owing to tbe f*ct,
that it possesses virtues, lying in tbe
bitter principle called Esculin, which
can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease,
use Tablet’s Buckeye Pile Ointment*
and be relieved. Price 50 cents. For
Sal© by O SBORN A TUCKE R.
Mexico and United States.
Owing to their warm and delight¬
ful climates, tbeir inhabitants grow
sallow from torpid Livors, Indigos
tion and all diseases arising from a
disordered Stomach and Bowels.
They should of course at all times
keep the liver active, and to our
readers we rtconlmend Tablets Por¬
taline, or Vegetable Liver Powder.
Taken in time, will often save money
and muohanffering. Price 50 cents.
For Sale by OSBORN A TUCKER.
—And the voice of the Sewi ng
Machine can now be beard iu our city
—Politics on decline.
—The weather has been very cool.
—Bleak frosty winter will-soon
be upon us.
—Local news about our city is
—Judge PhillQps was kept on tbe
bench in tbe Ray case from Saturday
noon until Sunday morning.
—Little Tommie, tbe only Son ot
Mr. & Mrs Thomas Knox died on the
—There are now four prisoners in
jail at this place, and the cry is still
—Preaching at tbe M. E. Church
next sabbath by tbe pastor-—Rev. W.
T. Norman. Let. every body attend
—Another young lady in town at
the residence of Asa H. Ayers, and
he’s her pa.
—We are glad to notice that the
Sunday night prayer meetings are
growing largely, both in their atten¬
dance and interest.
—A young man by the name of
Ray was committed to jail in this
place last Sunday morning for tbe
charge of attemptiug to commit rape.
—Sim Glover, col. was placed in
jail in this place last week for the
charge of assault aud battery with
intent to murder.
—One of the old bachelors of
Carnesville says, tbe prettiest sewing
machloe he ever saw was about sev¬
enteen years old, with short sleeves,
low necked dress, and gaiter boots..
—Tbe man who addresses a crowd
and declares he is not an office-seeker
Is only waiting for tbe fainted sort of
show to light down on tbe poorest
gift in the bands of tbe people,
—Some of our candidates say they
don’t intend to set ’em up much this
campaign. That’s right. Whiskey
gains but few votes, and it costs a
good deal ot money.
—Hon J. J. J. Sheppard, of Banks
county, was in town last Monday.
He says that Billups will get at least
two thirds if not three-fourths, of the
vote cast in Banks county at the
—Mr, Ben Wilkerson of this coun*>
ty, was knocked in tbe head with a
rock by a negro last week, and it is
thought that it is very doubtful
whether he will recover. The negro
has made his escape. We have not
learned all the particulars.
—The farmers throughout the
county are very busy picking cotton.
It is useless for a lightning rod agent
or a Sewing machine man to go to
them and ask them to buy. They
hayent got tbe time and they don’t
want to be bothered by anybody at
the present time, agents bear this in
—We are inlormed that Bill Scogs
gins was sent to Albany prison to
serve out bis full time thirteen
months. It will be remembered that
he got up a petition for the citizens
of this county to sign, asking tbe
Judge to reduce his term of impris¬
onment, but tbe petition failed to
have any effect, and he was sent to
—Mr. Isaac Tabor a very highly
respected gentleman of this county
died on tbe tenth of this month aged
80 years. Mr. T, or as more familiar¬
ly known, uncle Isaac, had been a
consistent member of the M. E.
Church for fifty years. He was one
of the first founders of old Allans
Church, and was known by all to be
a faithful servant in his Master’s vine¬
yard. It can truly be said a good mao,
and one who was loved by all, has
fallen, and we trust has been called
All persons indebted to me on notes
Office or accounts Books (including Toccoa Herald
hereby notified np to August 7th 1878)
are that my own con¬
dition financially is as pressing as
yours. I owe debts and must pay
them, and I say to my debtors yon
mast pay me at least part or abide
tbe consequences. You can find me in
Carnesviiie Daring Court week.
HART SUPERIOR COURT.
We had the pleasure ot spending
Monday and Tuesday of this week at
our neighboring village, Hartwell,
where the Hart Superior Court was
in session. The weather being so
pretty for farmers to be picking cot"
ton the attendance was rather small
Court opened Monday morning with
Judge Pottle and Solicitor Reece
looking healthy. Besides the local
bar, which is composed of A- G. Me
Curry, F. B. H. Hodges, A. David, J.JR. F. Skelton, P. Prof
Lee Linder, #.
iu, C. W. Seidell and T. Teasley,
Esqrs. j We noticed Cols^ Johnson
and Lumpkin, from Lexington ; Cols.
Hester, Shannon, Osborn, Grogan,
Edwards, and Vanduzer, from Elber*
ton ; Cols. Neiberland, Smith and
Owen, from Toccoa. Up to the time
we left, there bad been no cases dis¬
posed of that we suppose would in¬
terest our readers. While in,Hart-,
well we examined their new jail, and
can truthfully pronounce it the best
ail we ever saw in a country town,
everything in it, and about it is kept
so neat that a man would be fortunate
to be confined in it and make his
board free, especially if he is a lazy
man. At this term of the court though
they have only one man who seems
inclined to make his living in that
We were glad to see the Sun flour¬
ishing like a green bay tree, but then
it will always be prosperous as long
as it stays in the hands it is now in.
McGill is one of the best printers in
the state, and our talented friend,
Hon. A. G. McCurry, will keep the
editorial department up to as high a
standard as any other paper in in the
State as long as he is connected with
it. May the Sun forever shine
“Give us this day our daily bread
and good medicine te digest it, is
both reverent and human. The hu¬
man stomach and liver are fruitful
sources of life's comfort; or, disorder¬
ed and diseased, they tingle misery
along every nerve and through every
artery. The man or woman with
good digestion see beauty as they
walk, and overcome obstacles they
meet in the routine of life, where the
) l .J*V ’
dyspeptic sees only gloom and stum¬
bles and growls at* ever imaginary
object. The world still needs two or
three new kinds of medicine before
death can.be perfectly abolished; but
that many lives have been prolonged,
and many sufferers from Liver dis¬
ease, Dyspepsia and Headache, have
been cured by Merrell’s Hepatine,
is no longer a doubt. It cures Head
ache in twenty miou&s, and there is
no question but wbat it is the most
wonderful discovery yet made in
medical science. Those afflicted with
Biliousness and Liver Complant
should use Meerell’s Hepatine.
It can be had at Osborn A Tucker.
HERE IT IS!
Below CELEBRATED we give the names STOVES. of persons in Franklin County that are using *
s ■m I
ip / r -
.A^sk them, for their Opinion
F A WEAVER, MRS CARSON, L H VAUGHN, A J MILLER, MARY VAUGHN, W W Freeman*
G L PARSON, G L BAGWELL, O G McINTIRE G F WILER., L K Burroughs, J P PatWmon
J L FARMER, P J MILLER, W F WILDER, B T SHIRLEY. J H SPEAR Dr
TJ BUBROUGHS.W A ROYSTON, CoraMcDan’l, Z D STEVENS. JNO FARROW B M ISBELL
D MOSES B ESK1N, DUNCAN.J S L KEELING. W S PARSONS M P* McWhorter, F A WEAVER' A Q ADAMS,
M MOULDER, L B BURRESS J G W SEWELL, H P OSBORN. J A HALL,
Call and examine our Goods and we will satisfy you as to prices.
A. K. CHI! DS A CO.,
Sept 14,1878- 6m Opposite Reaves & Nicholson* ATHENS, GEORGIA'
The friends , of J. U. McCarter ,
I. .ii.v!,,<h„h.tw«.iwui ».k„.
Sheriff theo eny man in Franklin county
pectfuUy submit his name s v. a candidate at
«he approaching electiou.
At the solicitation of rhy friends I
am again a candidate for the County
of Franklin County at the ensuing
and with this I throw myself upon the suf
frages of the people. U. A. CONGER.
The friends of Thom.'ta C. Burton
" >ofideuo * in
respectfully announce bis name as a candidate
for re-eleotion as County Treasurer of Frank
II. «.»*, «.<■ f..l assured that th.rrt.rscn
find no worthier or more nee-ly person to oast
tbeir votes for.
* 9 * At the solicitation ot many
triends I am again a candidate for Clerk Su¬
perior Court at the ensuing oleotion. If elect
ed I will do all that can be accomplished by
my humble ability to keep the office in a cred
itable condition- Respectfully,
A. J. NEAL.
Believing that Rev. D. H. Payne
would .. make . good . * Tax Collector •
as a . as any
man in Franklin county, his name is respect
fully submitted to the people a a candidate.
Believing that Rev. H. P. Osborn
would make au excellent Tax Collector, wo
respectfully announce his name as a candidate
at the approaching election.
The many friends of B. G. Payne
respectfully announce his name as a candidate
for Clerk of the Superior Court. Knowing
that he has made an excellent Clerk in the
past they see no reason why he would no
do so again.
The name of Rov. J. H. Sullivan
is respectfully announced as a candidate for
re-election to the efficet of Receiver of Tax Re¬
turns, knowing that if elected he will fill th
position again acceptably
Believing that J. R. Lecroy
would make a most excellent Tax Collector
bis name is respectfully announced as a candi¬
date at the approaohiug election. If yon wish
to vote for a poor cripple now is time.to do so
by voting for him.
The name of W. F. Wheeler,
or as more familiarly known, Buck, is res
pectfully annonneed to the voters of Franklin
county as a suitable man for Tax Collector, -
and if elected will make an efficient officer.
0 MANY VOTERS
The friends of M. M. McMurry
respectfully submit his name to the voters of
Franklin county as a candidate for the office
of Roceiver of Tax Returns, knowing that if
elected he will do all in his power to fill the
Knowing the fidelity of S. G. Childs
we respectfully submit his name as a candi
date for Receiver of Tax Returns of Franklin
connty, Mr. Childs is a cripple and has
never been honored with an office in the coun¬
ty and with this announcement we snbmit his
name to the suffrages of the people.
T am prepared to nupply all that will call at i P- men and
JL women, Manufactured by J. W. BRUMBY, muous, veurgm, 8» i lower prices man ever sold
here since the war. The highest cash prick paid for Dry Hydes. Call and see for ye or selves.
.^“Fine work and repairing done to order, 1st door west of the Post Office.
Sept. 14,187&-3m J. R. IVIE, Agent, Carnesville, Georgia.
GEORGIA, Fa a l» klin County.
to »U wb««m U»i* may concern. Jemes <K
V rner (be Kx'r of 1>*iU Veww d.-«*d.. p -
titans <h*‘ t ouh «f Criimsry of said ounnty
tSSs&SS; •;»• *. «n tbej pt—M whv *
H „v c*n.
leiter.* of’tlw«i»i»H tumuld aw* be granted at
October term «*r ih«* O-nil
*>y au order from tiii#court. Tin* iw
ly 1st HUE TKIBBLK
GEORGIA, FRANKLIN CtiuNTl
T * tbi , may f , >Iir . rH . .1
Cain t h e Adminisirator V Lemuel Cud
petitions (be Court jof ^Ordinary df .01
fir letters of dtnmWsfoa. i
tors 0 f Distnis^ioa should not b
October term of ibis opart. -v,.p
l' U “. XRlSw.' *T
Sheriff Mortgage Sale
11 TILL BE SOLD before tkl Coart Ho**
VV door in the town of Carnesville, Frank
lit) county, Georgia, within the legal hoars of
»ale fyn the IA Tuesday in October next, the
^o^e^hteT-horsepower flxthres, and attachments engine and boiler, there
saw mill and tbe^ropertyofW.Y.
to. Levied ou ns Hol¬
land, R. P. Bradley, L. O. WlAiford
C,. Alford to satisfy a mortgage fr.fa fronfifcrt
Superior Court in favor of J . M. Bradley vs.
w Holland, it. P. Bradley, L. O Williford
and D. 0. Alford^ Property painted ouJ. bl.J-.
M. Bradley plaintiff in fi fa.
Aug. 8, 1878. J. C. McCARTER, Sheriff,
Rev. Joseph S. Key*
Pastor St. Paul’* Church. ColnIBbus, G»-»
writes: ‘*We gave Dr. MovyKtr’s Tkktrina
(T eething Powder*) to our little grandchild
with the happiest results. The effeots were al¬
most magical? and certainly more sathiftjeW OBBOl
than from anything we over used."
A TUCKER and aU Drnggisia keep Teeth*
A. Blessing to Mothers.
There will be no necessity for mothers leav¬
ing the comforts of home, with their sick ba¬
bies, this eummer, if they will give Dr. Moh
rsTT’s Teethina (Teething Powders). Teeth
ina will Regulate the Bowels and make Teeth¬
ing easy. It cures Cholera-Infaatum and the •
Summer Complaints of Children, Heals Erup¬
tions and Sores, Removes and Prevents the
formation of Worms. OSBOBK 4 TUpKBR
and all Druggists keep it.
Smith’ll Worm Oil.
Athehs, Ga., December 8,1877.
A few nights Oil, since, I the gave my son one pass*# dose
of the Worm and next day he
sixteen large worms. At the same time! gaV ;
one dose to my little girl, font / ears, and
assed 86 worms, from 4 to 15 inches Ion#. h
Pro] Dr. EMlSinitii Lyndon, A then a
Carnesville, Georgia. For Ga. sale by OSBORN A TUCKER, 39-fim. *
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