ATHENS BANNER : TUESDAY MORNING . SEPTEMBER 8,1891
r(lE big excursion
OVER FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE
p, |M » Li “ PlJ a Pl91slIlt
Visit to He Classic City.
yyith the I
Road and the Fact that
W e Are Now
So Close Neighbors.
EXCURSION TO ATHENS.
,. honS was yesterday in ttao hands of
v,t rt count)' and the farmers all along
E V r the G. C. & N., between
,be line of the o. v ,
l rit r and Klberton.
They captured the city at half past
..o'clock yeaterday morning and re-
* u< j undisputed possession until af
(oariu the afternoon. _
l «:is the largest excursion that ever
ft n,e into Athens ami it came over the
Spread Athens ever had.
large number of citizens went
day- He is running a bright and newsy
sheet, devoted to the Interests of Kl-
'lerton, Georgia, and the Democracy,
ft has a large circulation and is a good
Dr. N. G. Long, one of Elberton’s
wealthiest and most public spirited cit
izens, was on the excursion. He is uow
otting out the plans for new houses to
be erected in Elberton, and has just
completed the erection of four hand
some brick buildings.
Mr. H. K. Gardner, President of the
Elberton Loan and Savings Bank, and
Mr. W. T. VanDuzer, cashier of the
same were along. Their bank is on a
linn footing and is accomplishing a
Mr. W. C. Pressly, who runs a sad
dle and harness store was a welec me
caller to the Banner sanctum yester
Mr. W. H. Roberts, secretary of :he
Elbert county Alliance was on the -ex
cursion, shaking hands with his farmer
friends and bidding them Godspeed in
their efforts. He is one of the most
popular men in Elbert county and is
‘Icing much towards bringing about a
healthy condition of affairs among the
farmers of that county.
Mr. W. C. Smith, who runs a large
general merchandise store, was one of
the Elbertonians who were here yester.
Hon George L. Almond, Ordinary of
Elbert county, was among the exc-r
sionists. He has done much tow a is
building up Elberton and
is one of her most honored citizens.
Mr. E. B. Tate, a large capitalist of
Elbrrton, and one who is investing
largely in Elberton property and im
proving it, was also along.
Mr. J. B. Jones, Sr., a prominent
planter of Elbert county, added his
presence to the excursion. He has re
presented Elbert in the legislature.
Col. D. J. Brewer, a prominent attor
ney of Elberton, was in the city yester
day. He is local counsel at Elberton
yn to the depot of the Georgia, Car
otins * Northern on College avenue, to
w the excursion train as it rolled in.
A t h t|f P as: ten the shrill toot of the
rtUtle proclaimed that it was coming
kuI in a few minutes with a dull
inibliogsound it passed ever the big I j or the Georgia, Carolina & Northern
^idge over tlio Oconcc.
A* the train rounded the alight curve
, a j passed into the rock cut, it was |
t hat the excursion from Elberton
no final I alfnr. Behind the iron
aonfter that pulled away like a thing
oliife there weie seven coaches and
tbaggage car that were crowded to
fcir utmost seating capacity with ex
(Msiouists. There were one or two
gut upon the tender of the engine.
The excursion had come from
£lherum m a little over an hour, stoii-
:l [ every station to take on crowds
The people piled out of the cars
At four o’clock the excursionists
boarded the train at the G. C, & N. de
pot and went whirling back to Elber
Come again, gentlemen and ladies;
Athens will al ways be glad to see you
TO BE ESTABLISHED, IN ATHENS
DR. STEEDLY’S PLAN.
He win go to New York to Study- |
Then he Will Arrange for Estab
lishing a Place for sick Folks.
A DEEP CUT
To Be Made In the Salaries of World’s
Chicago, Sept. 3.—Another deep cut
is to be made in the salaries of officials
of the World’s Columbian commission.
If the programme mapped ont is adopt
ed, President T. W. Palmer will sur
render his salary of $5,000 a year and
receive nothing but his traveling ex
penses. Colonel James A. McKenzie,
vice chairman of the executive com
mittee, will also surrender his salary of
$3,000 a year, and George Miles, chief
clerk of Director General Davis, will
That is what Athens is to have now.
It does seem that the old city gets I also lose a salary of $3,000 per annum,
everything good, and surely she de-1 will reduce the expenses of the
’ u -ii V,,.. «_ _ I national commission about $12,000 a
serves it all, but the infirmary is a sur-1 j rear< By holding no session of the
prise somewhat. I board next April, a further saving of
It is not generally known, but it is | $12,500 will m effected, and this will
true nevertheless that Dr | keep the expenditures of the national
Steedly is planning
an infirmary here in Athens
few months. He will leave in a few fronted by a deficiency of $28,240 at the
weeks for New York where he will Sf 06 ® of the J war * Se c retar y of the
weens ior JNew York where he win Treasury Foster has warned the officials
spend several months completing his no t to create a deficiency. Congress
post graduatejeourse in special lines of I appropriated $58,500 to pay the expenses
TV I of the board to June 30,1892,
practice and will return about January
Then it is his purpose to establish a
thorough and complete infirmary
for patients. His idea is to give better
attention and comfortable surround
ings to those who have small means
j and the
commission has been sending money at
| the rate of $82,740 per annum.
A DRUNKEN SOLDIER’S FRANTICS.
General Stanley Consaro* • Court Martial
for It* Leniency.
San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 8.—General
He intends to make the infirmary com- I Stanley has censured a court martial for
plete in every line and it is certain to its leniency in the case of Private Donald
be so since Dr. Steedly will be at the L. Cameron, Company A, Twenty-third
head of it. Infantry. The soldier became lutoxi-
There are few physicians to be found cated, and when under arrest secured
tn the South like Dr. Steedly. He has hia rifie, loaded it with ball and drove
won golden opinions since he came to everybody from the guard house. He
Athens and has built up an enviable * hfm forJSergearft Steffen
• his Bnperior officer, chased him around
Aside from bis ability as a physician
Dr. Steedly is a public spirited man,
enterprising and energetic, conscien
tious and charitable.
He will be encouraged in his plan to
establish an infirmary.
BLOWS FOR HIS BRIDE.
the barracks, and kept at bay four
soldiers who tried to overpower him.
He was sentenced to ten months at hard
labor and to have $10 a month of his
pay forfeited during that period. This
SENT INTO EXILE-
PRESIDENT SACASSA OF NICARA
GUA. SHIPS HIS ENEMIES.
THEY LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY
Three Members of the Nicaraguan
Senate and Three Other Men .Fore
most In Public Affaire Ordered
to Costa Rica as Exiles.
New York, Sept. 8.—A dispatch re
ceived here from Corinto, Nicaragua,
dated Aug. 28, says that among the
passengers here today on the steamer
Jsfrkkson, Ga., Sept. 2 —[Special.]
| —The following ticket was elected on
yesterday to represent the city govern
ment for the ensuing year: For May
or J. N. Ross, for Aldermen, J. C. Tur
ner, J C. Bennett. U. Mr. Bell and J.
W. Boggs, for treasurer, A. J. Bell.
Quite a delegation of Jeffersonians
will attend the stockholder’s conven
tion of the J. G. & S railroad in Gaines
Editor T. R Holder and bride are
expected in town by this evening’s
train. He has captured one of Annis
ton’s fairest daughter.
Will Move.—Professor D. C. Bai-
row is goirg to move from the house he
now occupies on T.umpkin street to an-
Colima were six of the most prominent | other which he will have built,
men in the republic of Nicaragua, who
FROM ABBEVILLE TO ATHENS
The New Road Is Finished to the Clas
sic City—Grand Excursion.
Mr. P. B. Speed of our town will run
an excursion train from Clinton to
Athens September 9th.
From all that we can hear, every
body will go. The fare is low and the
trip will be a delightful one.
The new road seems to be busy run
ning excursions, and all the people ei
ther look on with amazement or jump
aboard the flying trains, which glide
swiftly over hill and dale—through
deepest mountain cuts, or oyer the
highest iron bridges.
Get the exact change to pay for your
ticket. The station agent may not
have it.—Abbeville Press and Banner.
were sent to Costa Rica as exiles, by
order of President Sacassa. The party
included three membra of the Nicara-
senate—General Favola, who was for
merly president of the republic; J. D.
Rodiquz, and Schamorro. The others I The latest thing out in Ladies CUrdJCase and Pocket Book
wereA. h. Rivas, e. Guzman and Pe- Uq match. Are pronounced beauties by everybody. Gall
early and see them. Also lust received, a beautiful line of
standard makes of FINE STATIONERY.
states that drunkenness is no extenua
tion for the soldier’s actions.
A Youth of 14 In Columbus Weds a ]
Girl of 13.
Columbus, Ga., September 3.—[Spe- I
cial.]—There is somethiug of a sensa
tion here today over the marriage of
Daniel Edwards, aged fifteen, to MiBS [
Mary Lou Hudson, aged thirteen.
A few minutes after the ceremony had
been performed the father of the groom
MISTAKEN FOR A SQUIRREL.
Hunter Sliouta a Negro Hoy In a
Atlanta, Sept. 8. —Mr. J. W. Swann,
a well known and highly respected citi
zen of Kirkwood, while out squirrel
hunting, heard a noise in a thick mus
cadine vine. Being unable to distin
guish anything in the thick vine he de-
and as you are only thirty-eight miles arrived and proceeded to administer cided to shoot where the noise came
away at the farthest, you might pay us I corporal punishment to his sou.
a visit oftener.
AN EXCURSION FROM CLINTON S. C.
There will be another large excur
sion on the Georgta, Carolina and
Nc-rbern next week.
It seems as if Athens is the attractive
u ,j .trui'k out ior the center of the | spot, and this excursion will be from
Ciiuton. S. C., to Athens. It will be
on next Wednesday September 9tii,
and it will be a good one.
It is being gotten up by Mr. Brooks
Speed, a prominent citizen of Abbeville,
A large number of South Carolinians
will come over to Bee the Classic City
And they will be given a hearty wel
die, liken in all it was without
jo ibi . n of t lie most represen ative
trends ni i isimrs Athens has ever had
iaitsmidst. Fully live hundred peo-
p, miTciiauts, farmers, mechanics,
kite.-, girls, hoys, little children, and
fcy all hail stamped upon their fea
tures tlir beaming look of intelligence.
Tiieir very appearance indicated that
(key ranie from a section of the state
tucreprosperity abounded and ease
luil comfort reigned supreme.
When they arrived in the central por-
tinn of the city, they scattered in every
direction, some going to the hotels,
others to the homes of
fronds in this city and
o.uer- taking in the sights of the city,
finite a large number of the visitors
rode out on the Electric line and
wound the Boulevard
Cobhham, viewing the magnificent
loaies along l’rince and Milledge Ave-
#l Je, mil taking iu the beautiful scenery
wound the vicinity of Rock college and
fhe ( lassie buildings of theUniver-
*ty of Georgia were visited by a great
several of whom had received
Wr education within
The girl’s mother took her home, |
thus separating the couple.
AN IMPOSING STRUCTURE.
The New Stable of Mr. W. S.iHolman.
Mr. W. S. Holman is one of Athens’
most public spirited and progressive
citizens and has great faith in her fu
He has already given out the contract
for the erection of a handsome two-
story brick front on Washington street
to his new stable buildings that he is
to erect. r.r&sS
Mr. D. M. Kenney is the architect
and builder who will erect the new
stable buildings and is now at work
The front of the building is to be one
from. He raised his gun and out tum
bled a small negro boy,
shot, bleeding and unconscious,
ed and surprised beyond expression,
Mr. Swann picked the boy np and car
ried him to his home.
The boy is named Willie Lumpkin,
and is abont 8 years of age. As soon as
he was carried to Mr. Swann’s house a
physician was summoned and the
wounds dressed. The boy was shot in
the side of his face and in one arm. His
condition is serious and the probability
is that he will die.
dxo Ortiz. There has been much oppo
sition to President Sacassa’s adminis
tration, particularly among the upper
classes, and. If current reports are cor
rect, the president has frequently been
obliged to keep in retirement, threats
against his life having been made
The exiles sent away today have been
most pronounced in their opposition to
the president, and he has finally deter
mined to send them ont of the country.
His action led to an open revolt in Gre
nada city, where the parties all live,
which resulted in bloodshed. The pris
oners were placed in a wagon today to
be taken to the railroad station, and
sent by special train to Corinto. The
wagon, guarded by troops, was passing
through the streets when it was sur
rounded by a mob shouting for the pris
oners’ release. The soldiers were order
ed to fire hut no one was injured. The
mob replied with a volley and killed
seven men, including the governor of
the district, the lieutenant commanding
the troops, three soldiers and two by
More troops were brought to the scene
and the mob soon dispersed without
further loss of life. The prisoners were
sent to Corinto and placed aboard a
steamer which took them to Punta Are
nas. Both Nicaragua and Honduras
have troops stationed on the frontier,
and open hostilities between the two
countries are expected. The question
of the Qentral American federation has
led to jealousy and ill feeling among
the different^ republics. Troops of
TELE JjACJKSOISr & BURKE CO.
THE NEW BOOK STORE.
107 BROAD STREET ATHENS «A
President Barillas will, it is believed,,
be the signal for the opening of a con
flict in Central America.
THE BILL TO REMOVE.
The College of Agriculture will not be
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 3.—[Special.]—
Interest in the bill to remove the Ag
ricultural colle ge from Athens to Grif
fin was renewed this morning when th*
coming revolution. He has sent his
family to Capo Haytien in the care of
General Lonis Blot for safety. Fort
National has been heavily garrisoned,
and the commandant has received or-
DANGEROUS ENEMIES. I The front of the building is to be one I to ^ rn the guns on the city if the
a exiles return and succeed in overpower-
Watson Talks of Calhoun And hundred and twenty feet long and will in « t h e guards of the palace. It is prob-
The Atlanta Constitution. be two stories in height Itrea^toC^Havt^m^CemS
~ u . q run^t.i i The bottom floor will be devoted retreat to Cape Haytien ana there make
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 3.-[bpecial ]- bis last stand. Of the new ministry.
Hlppolyte*, Hope Fading Away.
Pobt-ac-Princp, Sept. 8.—It looks
now as if Hippolyte had lost all hope of
being able to successfully resist the | committee to investigate the land scrip I
fund reported. There were two re
ports. Messrs. Candler, Ryal ami
Fleming submitted a majority report
showing how the money has been ex
pended, and says that by no legislative
enactment has a state col
lege of agriculture and mechanic
arts been located under the terms,
of the act of the general government
. . Next door
to a corset—the Ball waist. Shaped like it, but made for
the women who object to a corset. Nothing to prevent
it’s going in the wash—nothing to prevent perfect free
dom of movement. Straps for the shoulders, and buttons
that won’t come off, to support the skirts.
If you don’t like it, after two or three weeks wear,
you can return it and get your money.
. MICHAEL BROS.
IT IS A LIBERAL EDUCATION.
The Meat Wonderful Publication Ever Issued.—Press and FuMfc.
A Complete History of on? Government by Administrations, Political
Parties cad Congresses from
Washington to Harrison.
The bottom floor will
At the Alliance rally at White Onk mainly to the stable business, and a few Jean d’Albemar, secretary of donating the scrip to
camn ground eight miles from Thorn- ofllce8 fronting on Washington street public worts, has already resigned and | coU , Ke . They desire
camp grouuu, e B w . . w ill be for reut. The upper floor will Pierre Louis Nemours, secretary of the
son, Congressman Thos. E. Winn . -d | intA ™ ma „ h ich will be I interior, is on his way to Paris. They
Larry Gantt spoke on the first both
aud “through I maki "8 I? 00 * 1 sP^bes- On yestero y
Col. C. C. Post and Hon Tom Wat >n
were the speakers. Mr. Watson me !e
a vigorous anti-railroad speech, spic-d
with anecdotes. The speech w&s k ,11
received and vociferously applauJcd
throughout.} The part where Mr. W .t-
son denounced the Atlanta Con.'tit.ii-
tion and Tat Calhoun as the most d a-
its honored | gerous enemies of the people was ospo,,-
ially pleasing;to;the crowd. He spc’ie
During the day the citizens of Elbert I kindly of the Journal as being a frif- ul
U >1 Mmli-oii passed among I of the people on the railroad qu*:tfi< a,
H* citizens of Clarke, and wheu it opposed them as befog a
linking bauds, making and renewing I manly opponent, not as wa-|the Con . i
k'lmiuunees and enjoying their visit I tution. Colonel Post made a strai' it
immensely. out Third party speech and the erod'd
Ti* excursion was gotten up by was with him. There is no douhr-ti at
Messrs. Wilieox and Baswell, of the Alliance in this section are ready
Elberton, and these two enterprising I for the third party, only awaiting the
, , ■ signal of some of the leaders.
will be for reut. The upper floor will
be divided into rooms which will be
Mr. Holman will equip several offices
for the use of the stable business, and
will equip them in style
have been replaced by All
Dulcine and Mr. C. Achin.
Mr. Jean Louis
A Legislator Hangs Himself.
Sioux Falls, 6. D., Sept 8.—V. J,
The new building w'ill be quite a large I Converse, speaker pro tom. of the last
one and a prosperous business will be legislature, and who by holding the
- balance of power was practical dictator,
carried on undent. was found hanging to his barn in Jer^
It will be another evidence of the auld county> Uved ai onei and had
progressiveness of Athens along Jthe I been dead several days when found,
line of buildings. No cause for the act is bno^n beyond
melancholy resulting from unfortunate
business ventures. Mr. Converse gain-
ed wide notoriety last winter because of I agriculture.^The report winds up by in
Atlanta, Gv, Sept. 3.—[Special.]- the.even ^^X^rilla^ Keating that the funds have been
hibitionclub tonight deci-1 hjm ^ co ,^ trol wiaiatlon. He was a I misappointed and they say:“We re
ded to take bands in the^next city elec- j p rom inent leader to the Farmers’ AIM- | quested Professor White to have the ]
beoks of the secretory brought for in
spection, that they were not sent, but I
Mr. Hull kindly furnished a statement
The Prohls In the Gate City.
college. They desire the present plan
adopted that makes the agricultural
college a part of the University of
Georgia, and that the fund be expended
as it now is. Messrs, Hand and Hill ]
submit a minority report favoring the
removal of the agricultural college, and
the whole fund be appropriated to it-
use, and instanced the way Mississippi
has done in this respect. They say
Georgia’s plan is “unsuccessful and
abortive,” and that only
four students are
pirants for the degree of bachelor oi
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Knlit-uitu had chartored a train of cars | 9 '8 na *
^ um t,le Georgia, Carolina & Northen
ln w hie-h to bring over the crowd.
About three hundred of the citizens
? ^'berton Iniarded the cars at that
U | b: g lime city and the train pulled
wt f ( ,r Athens. AH along the line, at
11 ‘‘ent stations numbers of others
'‘‘me aboard and over two hundred
were picked up between Elber-
ton »"<1 Athens.
^ibe Elberton people, comprising
-> bants, mechanics, lawyers, doctors
Passional m en and
* br ' i ' n K men, all spoke with confl-
ru ‘« of the growth and progress of
lr town a, 'd its great future.
•berton is now quite a close neigh
r °f Athens and together the two will
DOWN HIS THROAT.
lEmptled Two Ounces of
At a meeting at which Sam Small
was the principal speaker, they passed
resolutions declaring themselves unal
terably! opposed.to granting licenses to
bar rooms, pledging their support to
only such candidates as would stand on
They appointed a committee to name
plete Hep of the World (
(10x13). A map of Sooth Africa (10 x 13). A Map of tfimer 1
Abysstnls (10 xufi- A Map of Perela, Afghanistan and Belncnutan (10 x IS). A Complete
Map of the Solar System; beat aver made (IS x 10). The Name* of all Cabinet Officer* with
length ot term. Pictures of all tha Presidents from Washington to BarrUon.
IT ALSO GIVES IN BRIEF i
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KANSAS BOND SWINDLER9.
- » 7 7 That I °f 1116 amount of money received and
A So-Called Investment Company Tliat I J
Is Working the Guileless. I disbursed.
Leavenworth. Sept. 8.-Fer several The advocates of removing the col-
weeks this vicinity has been flooded I lege want all of the land scrip, and il
with circulars cf a so-called investment thecollege should no longer remain a
, company whose head office is in this part of the State University, the $17,00 •
Laudanum. I * city executive committee of thirty- d ^ i^ues $1,000 bonds, will go with the college to Griffin and
There came near being a suicide in three which is to have full power of purc baser pays $10 on receiving his thus cripple the university. The mat-
AtoenTtato Wednesday night. nominating a full prohibition ticket and $i.afper month thereafter, ter will be hotly contested, with
Georgia Nichols, a white man who managing the election. | Of the $10, $1 goes to the ^stockholders [ the chances in favor of non-removal.
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e History of the U. 8. ty A
Issues of all Political Parties. Tbo
of All Political Parties In this Country. The Popular
for some time past had been a guard at
Col. James M, Smith’s conviot camp
was the man who came so near* to
He went over to Mrs. Stinchcombe’s
the other side of the river, and while
A NEW PRINTING OFP1CB.
and the remainder to the officers ot the i BLOW YOUR NOSE,
company. One dollar of the monthly I ^] &S) ^ 0 fteu an admonition of a
. dues also goes to the credit of the stock-I mother to her child. The poor inno-
Mr, T. L. Mltohell win Publish wo- hol ^ erg Ab goon ^ 11,000 is credited I cent has probably inherited catarrh
man’s Work” In Athena. > to the atockho i der8 it is paid to the per- I and ii not responsible for its sore and
Mr. Thomas L. Mitchell, who pub- 8on8 holding the lowest numbered bond
all dues have been paid.
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“ Received the 10 maps this afternoon; sold
7 before sapper."
“Sold IT map* yesterday; will sand yon •
large order next Saturday.”
"Have canvassed for year*; never saw any*
thtiw equal to Ri|* map.’*
“1 sold six maps m one boor; everybody
“ Send twenty-flre map* at one*; want this
“ I have canvassed on* half day; took 18
“I sold 66 mane in four days; expact to sell
UO next week.''
“Took 8orders frtxi the circular.•
that their scheme has
filthy nostrels. Did yon know that
tender,soft,thin skin lining the nostrils,
called the mucous membrane, extends
all over the body. Every organ in the
system and every orifice at the surface
has this thin delicate lining as a pro
tector. So you see what a fix the body
is thrown into when the mucous mem
brane becomes irritated and inflamed
by constant friction with poisonous
to live any more, | him a new printing office. Hitherto he ^ ^
Wtk " forthwith emptied has been having hia papers printed in ^ Rpproved by Governor Humi
mcommu ot . tmtie or but b.. d.»™i»u » *> bi, KEg
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C " ol '“ 4 Northern j dldn , t c , re w H,. any longer. _ __ | b ' 1 P““ d tW< , Mr. MIOdMll will eX^^^eJ^tbe tod uo
run a first class job printing depart- general is investigating the
moot. matter with a view to closing up the
1 company. Ciicnlars of the company
. have been sent to the poet office depart-
CHANCELLOR BOGGS SPEAKS. | ment at Washington. It is said.that
j *!' K0,M ' ne<1 »P gives them splendid i u *p r Q U niian went over and by skil-
f"r S° doing. full treatment secured in gettir-
• r . . 11 has been injured to some de- most all the drug out o him.
Lite rains, but it will pull constant wrikiug up and^down the
, 0 "f/" r ' Klu if the masons are fa-1 a ndTh^hand of the suicide thus
Y '' Pror a now on. I tliwarted Perhaps it will teach Nichols
Alii! ari!!9r8 ar e all interested in the I a lesson or two.
Ij. “ ce an<1 report that the sub-Al - . ______
a Wert) ili in a growing and! TRAILCREE _
Pried?" 8 con<lition * They are work on It is Progressing Rapidly*
r e »,! the Principales of the order Th6 bridg8 ove r Trail Creek in E«t
> ^urstontat, all spoke of a 1 an ^L are ^^work^of ^h^bridfto is now
H h °: ,ookfortheir ^ *
bo, mone y so tight and scaroe jjndit will not be many days ere this
Editor a a it b Ss°iS£* convenience to the
Kit ' H * rper » ° f Blb * rtol1 uSe namb r ot citizens who constant-
’ 'wied upon the Bamhrb vester- 1 Jr5... m,«r«.
Band, McNally & Co.’s latest U. S. Map, printed in colors, covers the entire
back and is universally conceded to be the best published. It alone tolls for $5.00.
The complete Reversible Map (printed on both sides) is 3 fb 10 in. by 5 ft 6 in.
mounted on rollers top and bottom, with tape on sides. These two maps sell sep
arately for 810.00. Publisher’s price, $5.00. By Express, 35.75.
This Map should be in every library, office and school, and is well worth the
price, 85.00, as yon will see by the above statements ot agents and recommendations.
We will send this Great Double Map by Express Prepaid and guaran
tees safe delivery to any address In the U. S. It can do mailed out Is much safer
by express. Name your nearest express office. , %
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receiving the map. UNDERSTAND FULLY that no matter which offer yon ac
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Wfe delivery and perfect satisfaction or money refunded,
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The, Banner Business Office,
' Athens, Ga.
Ana „r. Attempted .Row «tee <*»
But the Adjournment Hour cut ■ —
yester- jy pass there.
ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 3.—[Special.]—
Before the general judiciary commit
tee of the House today Dr. Boggs made
astrong argument against the bill to
move the Agricultural College to Grif
fin. Mr. Dismuke began a reply but
the hour for adjournment arrived before
mi, Rutherford’s European party
will return oa the 17th iast.
That Crawford Granite.—Mr.
Win. Doyle, our experienced granite
contractor, returned this week from
Augusta where be has been spending
about two weeks, putting in good
strokes for the Crawford granite. He
is doing some jrery fine work out at his
quarry near the Johnson place. His
men are experienced rockmen and they
are finishing up some as .pretty work as
we ever saw done in granite If he ol-
1 had a polishing machine here his
cause all such symptoms to disappear.
Give it a trial.
Henry Reeves, Shell man, Ga., writes
“ * ny manor woman who is suffering
frO n piles and will not use BotanicBlood
xbo .a is a fool, and it takes me to tell
mem so, for I suffered two years with
bleeding piles, and B. B. B. relieved !
me at once. “
Frank Stauton’s poem
work 1 woull be ^complete.—Crawford be^n,” is a gem. It shows that
j.j.Hardy, Toccoa. Ga., writes: Buv From the Man With the Best Reputation.
“B. B.B.U&quick cure for catarrh. |
C. E\ KOHLRUSS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
MARBLE AND GRANITE,
COPINGS, STATUES, ETC .
The Statues of Dr. Irvine., Mrs, McCoy, Mrs. Carwlle and^ Mii» i mmberli^ce^raworka of
Three bottles cured me. 1 had been
troubled several years.”
James W. Lancaster, Hawkinsville,
Ga.. writes: ‘‘My wife was in bad
health for 8 years. Five doctors and as
many or more different patent medi
cines bad done her no' good. Six bot
tles of B. B. B. has cured her.'
tom has done as well as a sweet heart.
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