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SATURDAY. JUNE 1, lll8i.
The story that President Harrison
offered the Richmond (Va.) post office
to the widow of Stonewall Jackson has
been confirmed. It is said that the
lady refused it in obedience to the
wishes of her father. Rev. Dr. Morn
son, of North Carolina
Augusta is iu the throes of a big
sensation. Mr. James U. Jackson, a
prominent young broker, is charged
by Mr. George R. Eager, President
of the North Georgia Improvement
Company, with a shortage of $50,000
in his accounts with the Company.
The Company placed bonds iu Jack-
sons hands to be floated and he has
failed to account fur $50,000 worth
of them. Jackson says that lie is in
debted to the Company not a cent;
that it was agreed that he should have
850,000 for his services as financial
agent of the Company, and that he
proposes to retain the bonds until the
' courts require him to disgorge under
an action from Eager, the President.
The McDonough Weekly says: “We
know a young lady who made last
year ten bales of cotton, worked two
acres in potatoes, milked three cows,
did the churning, did all the washing
and ironing, worked the garden, mad f
a hundred and fifteen gallons of syrup,
twenty-two bushels peas, and sold
them last Wednesday for $33. She
sold her potatoes for 875, her cotton
brought her $451; she made $62 tak
ing in sewing, making in the aggre
gate $621. She did most all the work
herself, and only paid out a few dol
lars for extra work. She is as pretty
as Clevelands wife.”
What has become of the men of
that section that they allow this ram
avis to remain single. She is a jewel
worth setting in the midst of a family
circle, and we can’t account for her
being single, save in one way—the
Georgia’s Press Association-
The twenty first annual sessiou of
the Georgia Press Association con
vened in the breakfast room of the
Hotel Lanier, Macon, on the 28th.
President J. H. Estill called the
meeting to order, and the reading of
the minutes of the last session being
dispensed with, the executive com
mittee received a list of applications
TIIE TRIP TO KANSAS CITY.
President Estill next addressed the
body on the matter of the expenses of
the proposed trip to Kansas City.
The address was listened to with in
terest, as was also that of Mr. Glees-
ner, who followed and explained all
the details of the matter in a clear and
concise manner. By a unanimous
vote, on motion of T. L. Gantt, the
thanks of the Association were ex
tended to Mr. Gles8ner for his great
kindness in working up the trip for
THE FORMER OFFICERS RE-ELECJED’
On the motion of John Trip
lett, Messrs. W. L. Glcssncr, 8 W.
Hawkins, T. M. Peeples, R. W.
Grubb ind T. L. Underwood were
appointed as a committee on ofiicers.
The committee, with Mr. Glessner us
chairman, then left the hall and held
a meeting in the parlors of the hotel.
When the committee returned with
its report the following were nomi
nated to the offices of the association:
President, J. H. Estill; first vice-
president, W. L Glessner; second
vice president,' T. L. Gantt; treasurer,
& B. Weston; recording secretary, W.
8. N. Neal; executive committee, J.
'V. Anderson, John Triplett, J. W.
uf. 'Jord, W. A. Knowles and J H.
" * R'La aImISam trnc linonirrw no
Xt The election was unanimi
** ‘he protest of some of ih
-nored in the report.
Through This Man We Shall
If the democratic party fails to
make Grover Cleveland its leader in
the campaign of 1892, it will repeat
the stupendous folly in which it set
aside Mr. Tildon in 1880 for General
Here arc some words from his
speech at, the Cleveland banquet in
New York that deserve to be printed
in enduring characters:
“We know that we have espoused the
cause of right and jnstice; we know
that we have not permitted a duty to
the country to wait upon expediency;
we know that we have not trafficked
our principles for success; we know
that we have not deceived the people
with false promises and pretensions,
and we know that we have not cor
rupted nor betrayed the poor with
the money of the rich. Who shall
say that these things'promise no re
ward, and that triumph shall not fol
low the enlightened judgement aud
sober second thought of our country
men. There arc to-day no weak nor
weary and despondent members of
true Democracy, and there should
not be. Thoughtful attention to po
litical topics is thoroughly aroused.
Events are, day by day, leading men
to review the reasons for their party
affiliations, and the supporters of the
principles we profess are constantly
increased by intelligent, young aud
sturdy adherers. Let us deserve theii
confidence in shunning all ignoble
practices; let us remain steadfast to
the Democratic faith, and to the
cause of our country. If we are true
and loyal to these, the day of our
triuti ph will surely and quickly come
and our victory shall he fairly, uobly
won, through the invincible spirit of
Grover Cleveland is -the leader uu
der whom the democracy can inarch
to triumph iu 1892, and he is proving
himself more and more worthy of the
great work to which he is consecrated
—the redeeming of the government
front the hands of the republicans and
placing it once more in the hands of
the democratic party, which is the
party of the people. — Atlanta Con
GEORGIA’S CAPITAL CITY.
Railroad Assessors Appointed—Senator
At l alt A, Ga., May 29.—The gov
ernor has appointed assessors to as
certain the value of the roads whose
returns have been rejected by the
comptroller general. The assessors
Covington and Macon—John Da
vidson, of Augusta, Thomas Mills, of
Griffin, and J. W. Robertson, of
Atlanta, West Point nud Georgia
Pacific—R. P. Tripp, of Forsyth, S.
G. McLendon, of Thomasville, and
C. A. Turner, of Macon.
For the Alabama and Great South
eru and the East and West of Ala
bama—Tyler M. Peeples, ofLaw-
renceville, James T. Ncsbit, of Atlan
ta, and J. C. Fain, of Calhoun.
Adj. Gen. Kell has received from
the war department a copy of general
orders No. 116, which details for five
days’ duty at the 8t. Simon’s encamp
ment, beginning June 17th, the fol
lowing officers. Maj. Jacob B. Rawles
of the Fourth artillery, and Charles
B Satterlee, adjutant of the Third ar
Reports from Senator Brown to
day indicate that his condition is still
A WHITECHAPEL VICTIM.
New Postmasters in Dixie.
Washington, May 29.—The I’rcs
ident has appointed the following to
James Harden at Bartow, Fla.,
vice D. \V. Stanley, resigned.
John S. Hasty at Monroe, N. C-
Office became presidential.
James M. Martin at Johnston City.
Tenn., vice William Heray, removed.
James Sullivan at Harrisonburg,
Va., vice William Rittenhour, re
William H. Strothers at Warren-
ton, Va., vice L. M. Caldwell, re
Andrew J. Prince, Pratt Mines,
Ala., Office became presidential.
Orlow W. Chapman of New York,
to he solicitor general.
John B. Cotton of Lewiston, Me.,
to tie Assistant attorney General vice
Robert B. Howard of Arkansas re
signed. He will have charge of the
government business before the court
William C. Shelley of Tennessee
has been appointed chief of the divis
ion of depredation claims in the In
Rev. R. G. S. McNealle, pastor of
i he Second Congregational church ai
Bambridge, Conn., has resigned for a
remarkable reason. About a month
ago he preached a sermon in which he
declared his belief that the story of
George Washington and the cherry
tree is a myth. Later on he said ihat
Gen. Grant was not a gentleman. The
congregation began from that day to
make things lively for Mr. McNealle,
and be was tormented into resigna-
The True Story of One of the Mur
From the Full Mall Gazette.
In his speech at the Presbyterian
Synod yesterday evening the Rev.
John MncNeil! created quite a sensa
tion by telling the following tale:
He was spetfking of temperance,
and said that last Sunday, when he
preached a temperance sermon at the
Tabernacle, he received a letter that
had been written hv a lady on the
use at communion of. fermented wine.
The lady in her letter told a sail story
of an inherited passion for drink.
There were four or five of them—sev
oral brothers and two sisters—the
children of intemperate parents.
Her sister had unfortunately inher
ited the craving and before she wns
14 had taken to drink. The others
became converted and did all in their
power to cure their sister but it was
of no use.
The sister at length married com-
fcrtably aud children were born.
But the craving for drink grew great
er aud greater and at length she was
sent to a home for inebriates, where
she stayed a year. She left, appar
ently, said the alter,a changed wom
en. " Soon after, however, her hus-
baud caught a severe cold and before
going out one morning drank a glass
of hot whisky, taking care, however,
not to do so iu the presence of his
wife. Then, as was his custom, be
fore leaving, he kissed his wife. At
once the fumes of alcohol passed iuto
her and iu an hour she was a drunk
aud roaring woman. She wait from
worse taworse and at last left her
husband and her children, one of
them a cripple through her drunken
ness. The husband died two years
ago, a white haired, broken-hearted
man, though only 45 years old.
“Need I add,” said the sister iu her
letter, “what became of her? Her
story is that of Annie Chapman, one
of the recent Whitechapel victims.
That was my sister.”
The Georgia State Dental Society
will hold its twenty first annual meet
iug at Tybee, June 11 to 15. More
thau fifty delegates are expected.
Every section of the State will be
represented. The railroads have re
duced the fare to the meeting, and
every arrangement has been made to
rnnke its meeting the “crowning enp
stone” of success for the society. The
delegates will arrive in Savannah on
the evening of June 10. Some of
them will stop over in the city, but
the majority will go through to Ty
bee ana secure quarters at the Ocean
House, where the meeting will be
The Missouri legislature has passed
a law directed against ‘trusts’ so broad
that it may be found to interfere with
the transaction of perfectly legitimate
business. It invalidates and declares
illegal any combination to fix values
on commodities or merchandise,makes
the officers of “trusts" personally liable
and declares all contracts with “trust”
organizations null and void. This law,
it enforced, should make trusts impos
sible in Missouri.
A paper published at Fort Payne
Ala., announces that its sworn circula
tion 127,682!. This is getting it down
fine, but there is no use in trying to
outswear the New York editors on the
subject ot circulation*. They are built
Mr. Russell Myryck, of the firm of
Myryck & Henderson, Fort Smith,
Ark , says he wishes to add his testi
mony to the thousands which have
been given as to Swift’s Specific. He
says he derived the most signal benefit
from its use to cure painful boils and
sores resulting from impure blood.
When taken for a few days, potash
mixtures impair the digestion,
take away the appetite, and
dry up the gastric juices which should
assist in assimilating the food.
Swift’s Specific has just the opposite
eflect; it improves digestion, brings
a ppetite, and builds up the general
I lmrc Imil weak I,lings nearly nil my life,
have taken quite a number of Expectorants
without any a parent benefit, I am now us
ing Btetvcr's Lung Restorer and I can safely
affirm it is the only remedy from which 1
liavc ever derived any benefit.
W. L. Martin.
Will take contracts for wall papering,
Can furnish reliable man and guarantee
work. Geo, AV. Foiiiies,
Mother, to cure chafing, rclierfi g baby, use
lloractnc Toilet amt Nursery Powder. It costs
no norc, is superior and highly perfumed.
McRae ft Mardre, Tli-.iaasvllle; A. lira tlord,
Columbus; Alexander Dreg anil Seed Co., Au-
us a; F. Von Ove:., 1 'harlest.,11, Agents.
Reid k Culpepper are keeping up with the
procession, they nave secured the agency of
the famous Star Mineral Water, the finest
preparation known for dyspepsia. It is
guaranteed to cure, 4 tf tf
Of ull kinds. A good bar complete for
$1.75. l’atent bcudstcod attachments.
Agent for Armstrong's patent canopies,
made in wulnut, chcrrv and uutlquc oak.
May 17 tf, Masury Building.
* THE INVALID’S HOPE.
Many seemingly incurable cases of blood
poison’, catarrh, scrofula and rheuma
tism have been cured by B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm), made by the Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta,/la. Write to them for book filled
with convincing proof.
O. W. B. Haider, living seven miles from
Athens, Ga., writes: “For several years I
suffered with running ulcers, which doctors
treated and pronounced incurable. A single
bottle of B. B. B. did me more good than all
the doctors. I kept on using it and every
]). Kinard A Son, Towaliga, Ga.. writes:
“We induced a neighbor to try B. B. B. for
catarrh, which he thought incurable, as it
had resisted all treatment. It delighted him,
and continuing its use, he wns cured sound
and well. *
It. M. Lawson, Last Point, Ga., writes:
“My wife had scrofula 15 years. She kept
growing worse. She lost her hair and her
skin broke out fearfully. Dcbilitv, emacia
tion and no appetite followed. After physi
cians and numerous advertised medicines
failed, I tried B. B. B., and her recovery was
rapid and complete.”
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writes:. “I
suffered from weak back and rheumatism.
B. B. B. has proven to be the only medicine
that gave me relief.”
MAKE A BEST.
Excursion tickets nt low rates will be sold
to all summer resorts throughout the coun
try by the East Tennessee, Virginia and
(feorgia Railway, commencing June 1st,
good to return on or before October .'list.
Fast train service with Pullman cars.
B. W. WRENX,
(»cn. Pass, and Ticket Agt.
E P O.
Don’t waste time and money and undergo
needless torture with the knife when Ethio
pian Pile Ointment will afford instant re
lief and certain cure in every case of blind,
bleeding, itching, internal and external
piles. Kangum Root Medicine Company,
Nashville, Tenn. 50 cents and $1 per bottle.
Sold by McRae k Mardre and S. J. Cassels.
Tliis is what you ought to have, ill fact,
you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Thou
sands are searching for it daily, and mourn
ing because they find it uot. Thousands up
on thousands of dollars arc spent annually
by our people in the hope they may obtain
this boon. And yet it may be had by all.
Wc guarantee that Electric Bitters, if used
according to directions and the use persisted
in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust
the demon Dyspepsia and install instead
Eupepsy. We rocommcnd Electric Bitters for
Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Stom
ache and Kidneys. Sold at 50c and $1.00
per bottle by
S. J. CASSELS, Druggist.
Wall paper at low’ prices, select pat-
orns. Geo. W. Forbes,
Best dried peaches 15c.
lw T. J. Ball a Bho., Grocers.
Insect Powder Fly Paper.
118 Broad street.
Parties desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk ;
from Jersey Farm, will be supplied, in any
quantity, delivered, on application to, or by
Collars 2c.; cuffs 4c. per pair; shirts
9c. Work received up to 2:30 o’clock
p. m., Wednesday will be returned
Saturday morning. All work guaran
teed as good as new. Sam M. Wolff,
Agent, 109 and in Broad St.
Two, No. J, Good Hones for sale bv
V. A. BASS.
Thcro is an end to all things, so the
people say, but thoro is no end to tho
splendid fitting clothing mndo at HI
Broad stroet. Cleaning and repairing
done in tho nontest manner. Give mo
a call. John Kenny,
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
W. S. Brown, tho Jeweler, hus se
emed the agency for nil the llrst-clnss
Pianos mid Organs, which ho Is selling
ut the lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Thoso ilcslrlng to purchaso will
do well to loarn his prices and terms.
Send us your laundry. Collars,
.02!i oucli, culls, .05 per pair, shirts,
.10 each. Wc guarantee all work to
be neat ami clean. Send before 8
o’clock a. in. Wednesdays.
C. II. Young Co.
A WOMAN'S LOVE
Will undoubtedly improve a man
mentally and morally; but when the
man is needing a good blood and liver
medicine, nothing will take the place
of C'alisaya Tonic. It contains those
properties which serve fora thorough
purification of the blood and improve
ment of tho working of the liver—that
most imporlantofall systematic func
tionaries. In malarial districts it is a
sine qua non for all disorders attend
ant on living iu such places, for the
calisaya bark, the basis of the best
known auti-pcriodic medicines, which
it contains, does a thorough work and
frees the blood from all malarial poi
son. It is sold by all druggists at 50
cents and a dollar a bottle.
Perfect health depends upon a perfect con.
dition of the blood, Pure blood conquers
every disease and gives new life to every de
cayed or affected part. Strong nerves and
perfect digestion enables the system to stand
the shock of sudden climatic changes. An
occasional use of Brown's Iron Bitters will
keep you in a perfect state of health. Don’t
be deceived by other iron preparations said
to he just ns good. The genuine is made
only by Brown Chemical Company, Balti
more, Md. Sold by all dealers in medicines
This new and beautiful hotel, elegantly
ELECTRIC BELLS, GAS,
First class in all of Its appointments, has
been leased by M. G. Whitlock, former own
er and proprietor of the late
Ills table and service will satisfy the most
fastidious. Ilis beds arc delightful. Terms
M, G. WHITLOCK,
Reynolds, Hargrave & Davis, Prop’rs.
Manufacturers and Dealers
ROUGH <te DRESSED
OFFICE, CHURCH & STORE,
Wire Screen Doors and Windows, Sash,
Doors and Blinds
TO ORB Eli.
AND INSIDE HARDWOOD FINISH A
Wc wilLopen, Monday, April 1st* nt the
place lately occupied by Mr. IV II. Bone
a fine stock of fresh meats. Beef, Mutton and
Our meats are from our own farms, fat,
juicy and sweet. We will be glad to receive
your patronage and will serve you with the
best meats at the lowest possible prices.
F. P. lIoitN k Bito
Long advertisements of “im
mense stocks below cost,” at
tract attention, but it is the
quiet work that tells. We
haven’t as big lists in the pa
per as some people, but what
we say in the paper we confirm
in the store.
Let us attract your attention
by bargains in Hats, Ribbons,
Flowers, Plumes and all fash
You can buy two hats from
us for the price asked for one
elsewhere. Is it not to your
interest to save your money
rather than waste it on high
prices and big profits.
Pic nic hats a specialty this
Mrs. Jennie Uarroll,
Low Price Milliner,
Lower Broad St.
REAL ESTATE ACIVT.
OFFICE IN MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
Cilj and Comtrj Property for Salt,
And Taxes »•* In.
Bring me a description 01 your property
A Pleasant Lemon Drink,
For bil'ousuess and constipation, take em
For indigestion and foul stomache, take Lem
For sick and nervous headache, take Lemon
For sleeplessness and nervousness, take Lem
For loss of appetite and debility, take Lem
For fevers, chills and malaria, take Lemon
Lemon Elixir will not fail you in any of the
above diseases, all of which arise from n torpid
or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys, bow Is or
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozeloy, Atlanta, Ga
fiOc, and £1,00 por bottle. Sold by druggists.
A Prominent M mister Will os.
After ten years of great suffering from indi
gestion, with great nervous prostration, bili
ousness, disordere I ki neys and constipation,
I havo been cured by Dr. Mozeley’s Lemon
Elixir, and >m now a well man.
Rev. C. C. Davis, Eld. M. E. Church South
No. 28, Tatnall, St. Atlanta, Ga.
May 14, d3m.
Icc made from pure watei and delivered
anywhere in the city daily. Send in your
orders to works mar the piescnger depot,
FOR SALE I
A Manvel Wind-Mill
With complete attach men to—(mo (lit pump,
one 8.000 gallon tank, and water tower with
pipe etc., ready for uae. Original coat, 8300.
Will aell for 8200.
B»yl9-d3tw2t H. W. not’KINS,
When you are con
templating a pur
chase of anything in
our line, no matter
how small may be
the amount involved
By coming -to look
over our large and
well selected stock of
Clothing, Gents’ Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
etc., that is new and
To buy of us. After
seeing the prices and
examining the qual
ity of our goods you
can’t resist them. It
is impossible to do as
an be found. We
get the choice of the
best goods on the
market, andbuy and
sell them at
You can Depend Upon II
That our prices are
the lowest, our as
sortment the most
complete, and our
quality the highest.
Dont fail to call on
C. H. KHJHG & CO
Clotl^grs and Furnishers.
106 Broad St.