Banks County Journal:
Superior Court-—Jail#) N. L. IDUfßins, Law
eucevillc; Solicitor-General C II Brand, Law
uncaville: convenes 3rd Monday in March and
Ordinary—T. F. Kill, Horn, r; Court meet*
first Monday in each month.
Sheriff-J. 8. Parks, Homer; D. 11. Griffin
Clerk—Logan Perkius, Homer.
Tax Receiver—J. C. Alleiv, You all;
Tax Collector—L.J. Ragsdale, Carnot;
Treasurer—W. M. A ah, Homer.
Surveyor—K. C Alexander, Hamer.
Coroner—Stovall Poole. Pruft.
H. W. Wooding, Maysville.
Y. D. Lockhart, President.
Board of Education A. L. Thompson, Gresham
Ducket, W T Anderson, M. U.Carter.
Anderson District 435—W. C. J. Garrison J. P
M. L. McGlllard Const ible. Thursday before sec
ond Saturday in each month.
Berlin District 1210-J. S. Conley J. F, D. F
Scale* N. P., F. M. Sanders const ible.
Bushville District2oß—L. K. Parham J. P.. W
A. Watson N. P M D. N. McGalliard Constible.
Court 4th Saturday in each month.
ColnnibiaDistrict 371—A. J. Cuf'h J. I\, 8. H
Wilkinson N. P., F. B. Blalock constible. Cour
second Saturday in each month.
Darids'District 207—J. C. Wale .T. P-. W. J
Burgess N. F., J. C. Ingram Constible.
Grove River District 1404—C. W. Meaders J. I*
J. T. Evans N. P.,11. M. Smith Cons table. Cour
third Friday in each month.
Golden Hill District 448-W. P. Blackburn J. r
J. W. Peyton N.l*., Jule Owens Constable.
Hamer District 205—W. H. Turk J . F., H. J
Blackwell N. P., R- D. Stephens Constable. Cour
Second Wednesday of each month.
Poplar Springs District 912-E. A. Gillesp
J. P., A. J. Griffin N. P-, J- 8. Meeks Constable
Court second Friday in each month.
Washington District 284—Sam Keesler J. P.
M. J. RagsdaleN. P. f John Cochran Constable
Court third Saturday in each month.
Wilmots District 1206—M. W. Gillespie J P .
G. W Wiley N, I* . NY. B. Shannon, Constable.
Court third Friday in each month.
PhideltaNo. 148 F. A. M. Meets first Friday
night Of each monthat Homer .A. L. Thompson
W. M., M. C. Banders Secretary.
GEORGIA-; Banks County.
To all whom it may eoncern; —All
persons interested are hereby notified
that if no good cause be shown to the
contrary, an order will be granted by
the undersigned on the first Monday
in September next, establishing a
change in the public road known as
the Homer and Longview road near
the bridge across the Hudson river as
marked out by the road Commission
ers appointed for that purpose.
Commencing near the South end oi
the bridge across the Hudson river,
thence to the left around the hill South
of the bridge; instead of running
straight up the bill, through the lands
ot A. M. G. Aeiey and George W,
August 4th 1897. T. F. Hill.
GEORGIA: Banks County.—To
all whom it raav concern: A,
Edwards guardian for R. A. EitwarL
now R. A. stredi an, and John F
•Vi■a* Is apn 'os to ~.; for letters ot
, n ii fro ia. said guardianship
-. ~ upon Ins ai.pliction on
. October next a:
ai 1 count
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j _ N. HARDEN- M. D.
*• p—"> ffick West of Publto Square,
H. MEli, CA.
J) AVjL) STARE,
ATTORNEY AT uAW,
,i < < 3 attention given to all businerv
1 Not. £j
Attorney at Law.
i;o\Y fo FIND OUT.
-a hott a or com in a '"'th
in'f . )il let -.! hi ml >•
f S 111 -•„or > ■ ’ U
' fJ' easj.i •r.v. clem o' die vIJ ays
v\ h r, urtiis stmoc - linott'i' i> i.isitive
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WHAT TO DO
Tire a is ooinfort in the knowledge]
so often expressc t’ that Dr. Kilmers
•Sw.rmp Root, the great kidney rente
dv fulfills every vvisti in relieving
• r n , > the hack, kiilnevs. iivot, b.ad
, 1 iv ry part of ih urinary
, i .-*g -s- It corrects inability to
gold urine and scalding pain iu pass
ing ii or bad effects following use of
liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes
that unpleasant necessity of bein
compelled to get up many times
•during the night to urinate. The
. mild and the extraordinary effect oi
•Swamp-rout is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful
e lms of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you shou <1
have the best. Sold by druggists
price fifty cents and one dollar.
Fjr a sample bottle and pamphlet,
both sent free hy mail, mention lhe
Journal and send ysur post-office
address to Dr. Kilmer&Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. The proprietors of this
paper guarantee the getiuineeness of
this offer. (B—7-8—97)
Will Sustain the Following Depart—
Pnmanship, T arbors (Normal;
Course proper), Commercial, Short
hand and T'ypc writil";’, Elocution,
Scientific, Special Mathematics, Spe
cial Language, Spend Sun-nee,
Telegraphy, Kindergarten, Art,
Normal Kindergarten (for training of
teachers). A Comlete Conservatory
of Music. School me ent ire year ex
cept the month of Angus.
AS SPECIAL FEATURES of our
school pupils may enter any time
select such work ns they esire, and'
pursue their studies as rapidly as j
their ability will permit. In any reg-j
ular couse we permit such substitu
tions aswill enable one to make a
specealty of any line ot work desired.
TUITION in the regular De
partments is SI.OO per week, payable
for a term in advance; in the Special:
Courses it depend 11)1011 the work ta-1
ken. No tuitionwill be refunded, but
for a continued illness ot more than
two weeks,a due bill will be issued for
the time lost, good for any future
DIPLOMAS. To any one
completing any of the courses above
mentioned, a dipjoraa will be issued
indicating the workd one.
HOW THE SCHOOL IS
This is not a reform school; ther
efore we have no set rules.
We desirethe attendance of ladies
and gentlemen, and we expect to treat
them as such. We are willing to ad-;
vertise in regard to the conduct of ;
students’ and the privilege of asking
1 lie withdrawal of any one who does
not conform to the usual deportment
of a iadv or ger- denu 11.
EXPENSES. It is an object of the
school to impress practical economy in
.every department. Good board can be
had fr< m $1.50 to S2.GO per week and
room rent from s(fc to Too per week,
thus making the entire cost with tu
tion $3.00 per week. To meet those
low rates it- is absolutely necessary
that all bd’-i 1 -pi - mu;:'
• We a ill refund money paid f
board m room rent, butchmge lOcper
week additional lor thetime, if less
than otu term. Text-books may be
r-nfod from the text-book library at
10 per centof the retail, thus saving a
great deal'in the expenses of hooks.
School begins September ti, 10t.7
fir next school year- For foiiier infot
tin a hires Dk 11. -■■. 1 ■ VNS,
Ch-tt-* i.’io a, Term.
Ton wdl notice the advertisement of
the Chattanooga Normal University
above, read it very rarefully, and it
yon decide to want to attend theUn
iversit. and take a thorough course,
and u you have not the necessary
mon-yto pay your expenses, you c:u. ;
go to work ight at tour own home
get tin? subscribers to ihe Journal, a '■ ’ '
we will give to the Person who scuds
us the largest number ofimsh paid r.p
Kubsciptions to ths Journal at 50 s' r
from now until riep- Ist and tberaftuc
81.00 per yea, t>> any uddrsesnutii
July Ist 1898, a scholarship for JSvv’ks ,
schooling at the Chattanooga Normal |
University. Thisis well worth vmir ;
attention. It is a school for both |
ladies and gentlemen, and if either a i
lad' or gentle uc: gi <ns trie : gesi
... aiiher if otil rs (or . . Journai
VV vtil gr/e ih:- “I’hol-rr nip face, ol
chin • So 7iink "hi-it it ju-f 1 >ng -
nough to an: e:g th liisiou that
it is a .-'.lane-: ot yo e aeliine und ;liTt
v j had better tip to sin ibis 850 ft
ivy jo , a little work. U. 7i :i.nst ao
eomna iy i order-: tor llie 1> ..vlvf"
•COUNTY .! OIJ UMAIj
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| JP' Regulates tl.e Liver. P--ko,kU:
A Remarkahlo euro of ohroni.
111 1832. when I served 1117 country si
a private in company A, UlTth Pennsyl
vania Volunteers. I contracted chronic
diarrhoea, It has given me a great des i
of trouble ever since, I have tr-eljs
dozen different medicine:' ’and severs I
pramanent doctnig without n-iy permr
nent relief. Not long ago a friend sent
me a sample, bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ani Diarrhoea Remr-iy,
and after that I bought and took a '
cent bottle, and now 1 can say that I am
entirely cured. 1 cannot be thankful
enough to you for this great Remedy,
and recommend if to all suffering vet
erans. If in doubt write me. Your
gratefully, Henry Steinbergee.
I The 25 and 50c sizes for sale byliT
I Thompson, Meithant Homer, Ga
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Utilize (he. A!:: Lon Keiadver.
We have a suggevtimi (o mako to the
United States roverumeut, humbly as
befits a plain citizen. It is that the
authorities proceed at once to break in
and train some of the government’s
reindeer in Alaska to carry the mails
frem Dyrn to Circle City. Arrange
n ; nts have been made to have letters
conveyed monthly over that route by
carriers on foot. A reindeer, however,
can “gallop o’er the snow” almost any
place where a man can trav< i. It can
go on a smooth rente 18 miles an hour.
In a reindeer sledge the carrier would
be twice fis comfortable aa on foot and
would stand a better chance for bis
life. Witli-tho friendly animal at liis
touch night and day the awful loneli
ness of (Sic route would net be so pro
It has been half n dozen years since
the experiment w as made by I’-ev. Shel
ton Jar!,-;, is, a Presbyterian missionary
ft; Alaska, of importing reindeer from
Lapland with tho view of their future
multiplication and ultimate use in the
tervittiy on the plan in vegue among
The United States government paid
the expenses cf (ho little herd. It has
now lunltij lied to the urn: her of 1,000.
Certainly the time, has come to make
practical use of it. The government is
quite. right to multiply the herd in
peat nmilkers; The rcii.T-r-r promises
to be the - tr.rL: -i 'of ci v: • a,l problems
in the new tcmliovy. It subsists o:>
wet it more s, :d i reproduces itself
quickly. .In time there ought to be
reindeer enough in the territory to
make their in- ;t ns common as beef in
the siat, s. Al:;'.:a can support more
ith u 1,000,000 cf them. While they
' should be eared for and should bo in
civ,.-., I r , s rapidly us possible, at the j
game time they should ho broken iu |
and utili:'.' and iu the fi eight and passeu j
g;r currying train at once.
Tv: 1 v t:.; :.i-, null Annexation.
An intrre:,:i;:p, and delicate interna
tional gat. tier; conns rp iu connection
v.-iJi the pus; red ac:. xat ion of Hawaii
by - e TTi.-iicd Uati.s. Japan protested
against he consummation of the plan
chit fly because it would interfere with
her ci,::.." .lion and Ctfier rights under
her v ; . .-.to treaty with Hawaii.
Tim reply to this is that when one na
tion h, tonus part of another the nation
I an! red thereby loses her identity as a
■St cart:ie power, and with this loss cf
; iut ljity of cour:-e yes tlio right- to diplo
matic rclati us Cf h< r ov. n with foreign
you i:i. H r diplomacy becomes part cf
that of the t ecu try to which cko is
By nuuo>:..b, ,t to too United States
I Hawaii lost s i. r treaty making posvtr;
i Japan lores Jn-r previous treaty and
j treaty rights. She ivnsfc make si now
j agreement the United Sirt-s cou
i cerning her rights in Hawaii. The case
! in cited cf our treaty with Madagascar,
i The United Srti-fes bud with the inde
pendent government cf Madagascar a
tr- ar. cf commerce which gave us valu
! able fights and privileges. When the
1 Fremiti) toe 1c pose, •■•Jon of Madagascar,
: we lost th.ro rights and the trad.,) a
| well and had it) put up with tho less
j under the iu.is t melons.
V> ry well. New let t:s make a lift:;:
eppli'stir-) of t -.-tin; it ie. Thu tnv
eiumeut i t i--i; ■ ivudo the c)tice.’->'icn
cf a inert vcltsablo harher tt Apia to
the Unitif tutis in i. *j etcity. If the
United St a: 1 s t.bculd Jet her interests
in Samoa go by i: fault and lethugiaud
j or Germany seize those fair islands,
then we should by the rule of nations
lc.se i'ciiover our valuable harbor, and it
would pass into the hands cf the coun
try si izing Samoa. ,
Mexican I’rait itu<i t!e Tarl/T.
The new United States tariff law will
. have a serious effect on tire Mexican
- fruit market. The loudest complaints of
; the new law come lion) Americans who
Pave invested heavily in orange groves
■ ii Mexico, with the viiw cf experting
| tire prcdr.ct to the United btates, where
good prior are obtained.
The duly cu oranges is 55 cents per
cubic foot, which amounts to sl.lO per
box. It is said here that this is a pro
hibitory duty, and but few Mexican .
oranges will now tind their way into
United States markets. Great quantities
of Mexican grapes have also been ship
ped to United States markets in the past,
but the supply from this source will
cow be cut oil.
iiOMiii;, ga., TmiusiiAY, Ai tuisr, e;;mr.
AiiiiitTliOl S I’IT Hit. '
OLD MINERS IN ALASKA HAVE THE |
DISEASE IM ITS VVARU'i FORM.
TTio A!s*”!<;. n**coru’n Story of
Forty Hlfli nu.J ti tl;l 7hey Drought
Out Juuciia put.u*-' Kvclt-.-.d by the
llfl'crtH FrcnlAthu Li.tvi .
In an nrtiela her;. ;;! "Like a Tale
Prom the‘Arabian 1. ... i.-’ ” the Ala ka
Mining llt-e- rd says t ; the excitem; rt
in .Tutu an over the p; : 'i niseovi vi> a has
been redoubled by th- v- perts broegb#*
.by miners who from the mines
by flic Kteamei- Al-Ki, v. liieli arrived it
Juneau from l!;o Dyea recently. It
states that the gold fever has spread to
quarters that were supposed impossible
for if to reach.
The paper refern*4t'fhe exaggerated
stories that have been Circulated about
the v,cnclt-mil finds made by some c-f
(be Klondike miners. In order to find
cut r.s nearly ns possiblo the exact
| ome.nnt in tloilars that tho most fcniu
ante of (he rU.arnrd miiiws would re
! ciive.in t-xe!.-:t!-;-e for i '■■■■& ‘■■■A. n 1 ■
reseutative of The Eec c.i-n saw tho bags
-of dust of 40 men wi i .'n-d. The name:-
j of the limn and what their dust brought
! them arc reprinted hern:
1 Alton Kticinder.?CT,(TX) I.cil Mr.Arthnr.?r,o,l”X.
Ben Wall flO.ilqp v lias.Atiderson. rj,e.' ;
Will. < 'arisen,... . r i,,ltk) .1 . Morris lf.lM'
Wm. Sloan 60,1,!;! 1:.;::!; !Terscm.
John Wilkerson. t'UTO .' S. Li;: y .... Cs.tx
,liin ClemenH... ;. . c iarc-in-c. Bori-v.’eo.l.Hv
Fra.nli Kc-l'er f.-i I’c anic 1 ino ;-nr iit.l.tiu
H.-mi t-’ollej L.'.t 'P 1 . c;i- Kbciv-c... +. IW
Ktewai't At 11, 1- -T; Mia I.: nio. . I•>;
lensheatl 45,CCp V, . f anley..
Clias. Myers end i ; :;i y A:;;ierscjr '
parlnc-r T. .1. I-. .ly
Johnny Mart.:.. I V it) 51. Jimvicr .It
Alex. On- h v J Q'lu-mbs Ueran *M>
prod. Urice^— ISA ) Victoi Lorcl.. .. 1 .
Fred. Lhtisceurn l,v;(i J.. . !:C :;sI;;i; i.
Tim BeiU 61,(AX) 4. E. Fouehm-... 1..'
William Itnves.. ITi.tVI J; !. ;-. -. a. :
W--k McNulty., ttvsn •• r-.-;. in.... !'■.; =
Joke HiiUennr.il ! a W P. ' n-01te... :V
Johnsc.-n esOlsrn iie.t,J U. a •
“Smaller atnouiifs, ” adds The Reo
ord, ‘ ‘dc posited by I t ; cn with tbe
purser of the Portland aggregated Si 7 8, -
000. B; sides these there was hardly a
passenger whose sack did not contain
from $5,000 to SB,OOO, to s:tr nothing
of specimen nuggets and expense s .ek.-
bronght by these who shipped tin ;r
dust in bulk. And this is tho product
mostly of about five months’ driftir g.”
A letter written by a resident cf . at
tic to a friend in .Jrrmau is prints and in
The Record. A portion of this litter
i “The town is absolutely crazy. Every
! thing in the way (f trnnsporfati n is
I Fpokeu for weeks abend. All business is
1 nearly paralyzed. The < illy topic; to he
: heard is tho Klondike. M r n are desert
ing and resigning all kinds of positions,
imd the town is lienriy depleted of pro-
visions. M-n cad “'Cpwu of high and
low degreed are going ro .v- Y k--n. “
fr. -e *
in Juneau and lao immediate vicinity
Tho Record says:
“The excitement is spreading, anil
by tho timo this is before cur readers
tho great army of gold seekers will
have fairly started northward. In out
own locality tho i:ov, ; was not entirely
nnexpected, and many were ready to
start for tho interior the day following
its receipt, having prepared for the trip
in anticipate ti of tho reports. Others
hustled their business affairs into shape
and started as scon as possible alter
bearing the news, while there remains
! scarcely a man in Juneau or its neigh
boring towns or mining camps who is
i not tied down by c:ruu;i : stances hut will
; start within the next month or in the
: early spring.
“Not only has tho fever reached tho
ambitious young mm, l ut the sturdy
old timer who packed his blankets to
the Frasi r i-. T.-d the Cassiar country, and
who long ago snppi-e-d himself com
fortnbly settled in business for life on
i the stake gathered there, is himself as
eager for tiro hardships and wealth of
| the Yukon. He who cannot for any
reason make tho start bemoans his fate
! mid regards him:-, If a partiealarly Incfc
! less mortal. There is nothing to won
i fier a ; iu all this when it is remembered
j that the great hulk of this vast amount
of precious mot a I was dug out ci its
native pay streak in li > than six months,
and that far greater sum remains
upon tko dumps to bo washed out,
while tho claims themselves are barely
touched. ’ ’
‘•Notwithstanding the fact,” con
tinues Tho Uecord, “that the country
in the imrm diato vicinity of the Klon
dike may to all taken up, with mo
chance to squeeze another claim into
! that disliict, tho fat t thai there arc
i many other rich pjaf-rs awaiting only
discovery and development is enough
to rouso tko eud alien and make tho
uverogo man fomakc ids busitu.-s, how
ever cuiiminiy profitable, for liie more
luring attractions of tho glistening nug
The paper calls attention to the fact
that among those who have already
come not of the goldfields those who
have been the mc-t successful are tbe
tenderfeet —men who knew nothing
about mini. ; when th<>; started out.
Only a veiy few of the pioneers of the
Klondike valley have been heard from.
An explanation of tins somewhat re
markable fui t is furnished by a veteran
who lua; made no less than eight round
tiii'S to the 1 k ukon.
This man says that the first discov
eries nierg the kionuike were made at
a tfne v.bfn the old miners were at
weak burning and drifting on their
claims, far'from the settlements. The
ten rfoct, on the other hand, was toast
ing his shins before the barroom stoves
in circle City amt Forty Mile. Then
the first news came of the great strike.
Muse; in.-,' up sufficient courage to face
Ihe cold, they started out and were the
first on the ground. Further than this,
the old miner, once he strikes pay dirt,
isn’t leaving it, so long as it pays, for
the pleasures of civilization. He digs
and v. ashes while he may. It is for this
! reason i hut few old miners have come
! 0..: •: t min s this summer.
i The : 'iTwi.ig editorial from The
Record on outfitting for the goldfields
contains valuable suggestions:
“Too Hindi slitss cannot lie laid
upon th" matter of outfit selections for
tint Yukon. The outfit inquired for the
journey at this season of the year dlf*
firs vi ry materially flora that which
the epringtime travelers found neces
sary, and those who attempt the trip
with an outfit hm-cd open last spring’s
V'qniromr nfs will find tin■ lose Ives ham
pered at cvotv r.trp. Kn outfit should
ba selected c.vrcit upon the advice of
those who 1. :ve thi re o b and intimate
knowledge of thu ncrcrntic s, and such
people are to lie found only in Junoan
and her nr’gi-liorii''.; towns.”
The Uece.nl siii'is that Bookie Mc-
Kinnon has just reamed fro a the head
of the Uvnu <:i; e.i Mr. HoXviuuon, ac
cording to The Record, is ail old Yu
koner,'anti ho sirs ihot the route to tha
Klondike through tin Cbilket pass is
superior to all others lie says (list lie has
inspected the alleged trail froui hkag
guay bay to the inker and pronounces
that route* fur inferior for any purpose
of travel to the old and long traveled
road via Djca and the Chiikat pass.
It may he true that the summit of
White pars is lower th,"?! that of Chii
kat, hut the difficulties to he surmount
ed are so much greater and the distance
so much farther that all the advantage
lies with the Chiikat, and no one with
the least knowledge of the two routes
will hesitate to take that via Dyea.
From Dyea, according to Mr. McKin
non, to hi cp camp the fixed charge tor
packm;; is $5 per hundredweight, and
from that point to the lakes if 12 is
charged, a toted of $l7 from tide water
to I.oat navigation. The Indians charge
$1 pi r ! moduli for transportation of
Ireigi.t to the head of cauoo navigation,
and fti'.ci thence to the summit the
charge is $4.50; so it is cheaper to ship
from Dyea to the summit direct at §5
than to employ Indians over this part
of the trail.
V.V ill sou l you hdh t e weekly
Constitution and the Banks County
Journal for 81.25 a year cadi.
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need and lie 1 $1,033 in - ■ le Contest dosed
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correct answers, 7 37 m cash being .. s.s: nmoag t,iem.
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ii) Wi rm v Constitution;
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facts, Dr. Mendelssohn has formally
and officially reported that moderate bi
cycle riding is of inestimable value to
the average person, young or old.
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NO- 2 l
As soon as bicycle riding began to
beoome popular, now a number of years
ago, the Germans began to investigate
it to Cud out whether it was healthful
or not. Chief among the investigators
was Dr. Mendelssohn. The doctor
studied every pro nud con of the mat
ter, sat up nights thinking over it.
searched the records of antiquity, ex
amined the effect of the wheel ou every
muscle involved r 8
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of'mTiTiTw-nuiem What he did no,
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