ATHENS BANNER = TUESDAY' MORNING DECEMBER 1, 1891
HARD AT work.
THB DEMOSTHBNIANS WtLL RE
PAIR THEIR HALL.
THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED.
Some of the Most Prominent Men In
the State Are on It—Two Thou
sand Dollars win be Raised,
MR. JOE BONE WHILE UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF LiQUOR.
And Attempts to Shuffle off This
Mortal CoU-He Drank Too Much
—He Will Recover.
A THIRD PARTY-
ITS ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN
QUIETLY GOING ON.
ESTIMATE OF STRENGTH,
Senator Ellington Talks Freely on the
Subject—Anybody Eligible Who
Subscribes to the Ocala
The Demostbenian Society will surely
It haa gone about the work in a sys
tematic, business manner, and success
will irown ail efforts expended.
The boys now in this society
are very finely attached to it; they
have - deep and abiding interest in it,
and intend to push it forward with all
There is something historic in the old
buildings it speaks of days when its
walls echoed with the burning elo
quence of boys who in after years came
to be leaders ot State.
And yet, the old building must go;
it must be repaired; it must conform to
the requirements of these latter years
for the tooth of time gnawed upon it
ftVie society recently determined to
Biak) up two thousand dollars by sub-1
id ,tton from among the various alum
ni throughout the State and appointtd
a go nmittee of active members to ap
point a committee of alumni membeia,
anu all to start to work at once in the
matter of raising the necessary amount
to repair the ball.
That committee commenced its work
Following is the committee of Alum
ni and honorary Demostbenians ap-
dointed at the meeting of the committee
of active members yesterday afternoon
in the Bannkb office:
Remsen Crawford, chairman; Benja
min U. Hill, Atlanta, W. B. Hill, Ma
con, Ga., W. E. Wooten, Albany,
Clarke Howell, Atlanta. P. A. Stovall,
Savannah, Hoke Smith, Ailauta,
Washington Deoau, Macon,
Hon. N. Harris, Macon,
Thos. W. Grimes, Columbus, W. A.
Little, Columbus, George Mercer, Sav
annah, Charles Hill, Atlanta, John
Loche Martin, Rome, Charles W arren,
Savannah, John Temple Graves, At
lanta, Charlie Warren, Hawkinsville,
W. H. Pope, Atlanta, Pope Barrow
Athens, A. L.|dull, Athens. Hal Moore,
Macon, W. H. Hammond, Thomasville
These gentlemen in conjunction with
the committee of active members will
work up the lunds, and the old hall
will be repaired and be placed in excel
The plans and arrangement of the
building will be somewhat changed and
when the boys get through with their
work, the old ball will scarcely look
An attempted suicide.
Liquor at the bottom of it, and laud
anum the means employed.
Yesterday ab'iu? noon, Mr Joe Bone,
the butcher, walked into Mr. L. Sett
ling’s meat market on Jackson street.
It was noticed that he staggered and
was under the influence of whiskey,
He walked up to Mr. Bertling and
said: “Good bye Rertling, I’m tired of
living and have killed myself,'
and with that be drew
from his pocket
small vial of laudanum, half of which
had already been taken.
He walked back in the n arket and
made the remark tbnt he believed he
would finish it up. Mr. Bertling seized
him and took the laudanum away from
Bone dropped upon the floor and was
soon in a sleepy condition. Mr. Bert-
ling summoned the police who had Mr.
Bone carried to his home where medi
cal aid was summoned.
Bone bad taken too much of the drug,
and it did not have a quick off ct upo
him. He was walked aboutat a lively
rate until he was out of danger. He
No cause is assigned for his rash act,
except the fact that he was intoxicated
and really didn’t know what he was
THE WIND REACHED THR FORCE
OF A HURRICANE,
RAILROAD TRAINS BLOCKED.
Only Meagre Reports of the Bl’zzard
Can b» Hart-- *>l*sraph Wires
Down In Every Direction—
face the Sleet.
Science In Bread Making,
At the reo-iit ai nusl meetiug of the
American Chemical Society,_ held iu
Atlanta, Nov. 28.—Notwithstanding
all of the protestations of certain peo
ple, there is a third party already or
ganized in Georgia. And it was or
ganized by Mr. Poet, who was ap
pointed as his aidea Senator Ellington
and Mr. Gilmore of Tatnall county.
Senator Ellington is in the city en
route to his home from attending the
Indianapolis convention. He is en
thused with the prospects of the third
party, and is not at all reticent about
the matter. In conversation on the
subject of the third party, he said:
"Yea, there is a third party in Geor
gia aud it is fully organized."
How long since?”
“It has been going on quietly for
some time. While it is not by any
means a secret organization, we kept
the matter rather quiet until now.”
Who compose it?”
Anybody is eligible who subscribes
to the Ocala platform. We do not rely
on Allianceinen alone, but on the people
who expect no relief from either of the
two political parties as now organized.
We are already strong enough to sweep
the state, and will certainly carry it at
the next election.”
Georgia will be represented in the
convention in St. Louis next February
by delegations from eight organizations
among them several labor organizations.
For Over Fifty Years,
-_ , mbs. Win*lows Soothing Strop has been
Washington, D. C., the qu’B'.mn of the a v*i for children tr thlnjr. it sooths the child
leavening agent in bread, or as used, in | -r VTO ty-iive nanta s bottle, fftw *»■- niMnv-
baking powders, came up for disr-us-ion, J tfr'uv'oat
in which Prof. Barker of the University
of Pennsylvania, and President ot the
Society; Dr. Richardson, late -f the
United States Department of Agricul
;ure in Washington; Dr. Wm. Mo
Murtrie, late Prof, of Oh inis fry in the
University of Illinois; Dr E H Bart
CAPT. OLIVER WRITES
Conoomlng Charges Made Against
The Police Force.
Mr Editob: Please allow me space
enough in your columns to vindicate
myself and the members of the police
force, in reference to some statements
made in the Friday and Saturday issues
of the Evening Ledger. The author of
the artioles referred to, says that there
la a party breaking the city ordinal cos,
and doing so openly, and that the police
knew it and that they can’t deny it. I
take this opportunity to say that the ae
cusation against the police is an unmiti
gated falsehood. And further 1 shall in
a proper way demand the author’s in
1 understand that the detective that
the author boasts of is nothing more
nor less than an irresonpsible negio wo
1 appealed to the editor and author of
the’ paper and article, to retract vrbat
they stated in reference to the force
and they have refused to do what
think they ought to have done, after
their attention had been called to the
After making inquiries in reference
to the place of the nearest neighbors,
am get no evidence that would convict
the party of the crime charged.
D Oran Oliver, C. P
The b»st medical authorities say the
proper way to treat catarrh is to take a
constitutional remedy like Hood’s Sar
T'vone of his jewels
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Gathered by the Angel Reaper and
Added to the Master’s Diadem.
Sunday mdrning at five o’clock the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Morris
w«s darkened by the angel of death
The grim reaper came to gathers
lovely and budding flower for the
wreath imtn ortal of the Mas’er.
Little Elisabeth Morris, hardly
year old. the idol of a fond father and a
loving mother, the sunlight of a happy
home, gathered to the arms of Him who
•Rid, “suffer the liu’e children to come
unto Me and forbid them not, for of
such is the Kingdom of Heaven.”
The little girl had been quite sick
but it Was thought that she was out of
danger, "”d her death was somewhat
Yesterday afternoon the funeral ser
vices occurred at the residence of
Prof. Charles Morris on the campus,
being oondueted by Rev. J. C. Davis.
Quite a large number of friends and ac
quaintances ct the parents attended the
There comes a time in every person’s
life, when the deafi of * relative must
be bore*. and there can be no more
distressing grief than that of the fond
parent who with broken heart resigns
the baby ffirtn to the lap of mother
eanh, no more to see its cherub face
nor draw praental inspiration from its
lev.late Chemist of the Brooklyn, N. ......
Y Board of Health, end Prof or the third party convention to be held at
Chemistry of the Long Island College, Ellenaburg. and to pay their expenses
and others, took part. out of the State Alliance treasury
The consensus of opinion was over
wbclmiug iu tavor of the employment
of ammonia. It was stated as a fact
that ammonia rendered the gluten of
the fl >ur mors soluble than the origins’
gluten, and that the bread in which
this action was produced by carbonate
of ammonia must be more digestible
and hence more healthful, and because
of the extreme volatility of carbonate
of ammonia and its complete ex pulsion
from the bread in the process of baking,
it is one of the most useful, most health
ful and most valuable leavening agents
The conclusions are borne out by the
very elaborate and exhaustive experi
ments made by Prof. J. W. Mallet of
the University of Virginia, which show
conclusively that bread made with a
baking powder in which one per cent
of carbonate of ammonia is u-ed, in
connection with cream of tarter and
soda, is not only of uniformly better
color and texture, bat a product more
wholesome, because the ammonia serves
to neutralize any orga.de or lactic acids
present in the flour.
The President Wats Angry.
Dayton. Wash., Nov. 24.—The Farm
ers’ Alliance State convention adjourned
after a very stormy session. A motion
was made to select three delegates to
President Sutton ruled the motion out
of order, but an appeal was taken and
the president over-ruled. He then left
the hall, amid great confusion. The
convention was again called to order by
a xice president. Three delegates were
elected to a third party convention, and
a motion carried to pay their expenses
pat of an allowance from the treasury.
President Sutton declares he will ex
pose the Alliance for its political dem
onstraiions, and says it can not he sac-
cesssfnl unless politics are dropped.
THE ARMY CUT DOW?*,
THE "YAHOO” ON FIRE.
And the Students Become "Brave”
Last evening abou’ SJo’cLck Mr. Nal-
lev’s room in the “Yahoo” was discov
ered 'o be on fire by Mr. W. F. Little
and M F. B. Callaway, who at once
began to extinguish the flames.
■It stems that Mr. Nalley
had gone to his supper,
leaving bis lamp burning, but some
time aftei be left, the lamp exploded,
catching his table and bed, and soon
the whole room was aflame.
Mr. Little and Mr Callaway were on
their way to supper when they dis
covered it, and after hard work j ut it
out and received betides the thanks ol
Mr. Nally, several severe burns.
The bed and table and several hooks
were destroyed and a hole burned in
Alter this the boys who burn lamp*
in the "Yahoo” should take warning
and ,be careful if they do not use the
Menu Does Not Think Them Will B«
Trouble With America.
London, Nov. 24.— A Valparaiso dis
patch says that the proposition of Pres
ident Montt to cut dowa the army aud
navy has canted considerable satisfac
tion among the commercial residents of
Valparaiso, both foreign and native, as
indicating that Montt does not antici
pate any serious trouble with the
United States, and that the existing
difficulty will be amicably settled. The
reason given in influential Chilian
quarters for Montt’s action is that he
is afraid to maintain the army and
navy at their present formidable
Strength. Since the success of the rev
olution jealoosies have arLon in the
revolutionary ranks. Prominent offi
cers, both of the army and navy, and
especially of the army, have shown
signs of discontent, on the ground that
they have not been adequately recog
nized, aud that the members of the
junta and its immediate friends have
appropriated the rewards. Montt,
having eeen that he himself by means
of the navy alone started a successful
revolution, is said to be afraid that his
example may be followed, and has re
solved to weaken the ability of the
army and navy for mischief.
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We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell you Dr. King’s New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
upon this condition. If you are afflict
ed with La Grippe and will use this
remedy according to directions, giving
it a fair trial, and experience no bene
fit, yon may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We make this
offer, because of the wonderful success I by.
of Dr. King’s New . Discovery during 1
last season’s epidemic. Have beard of
no case in which it failed. Try it.
10c. Trial bottles at John Crawford &
Greer’s Lane the Scene of an Exciting
Greer’s Lane is famous in this sec
tion of the country as a place where ev
ery now and then great horse races are
In the past it has seen some exciting
times aud the love for horse racing still
lingers among the people who live near
SAD DEATH IN JACKSON COUNTY.
Mrs. Sarah White Passes Away Quite
Yesterday morning at about ten
o’clock, Mrs. Sarah White, wife of Mr.
Lee White, of Jackson county, died af-
t t a very brief illness. She was most
highly est'emed by a large circle of
friends. Mrs White was the oldest
daughter of Mr. Frank Doster, and was
well known in Athens She leaves s
sorely-bereaved husband and four little
children to mourn her early death.
For many years she had been a faith- the track, and the
ful member of the Methodist church, with enthusiasm and excitement
It is about four miles from Athens
and the track is a splendid one aud
kept in goad condition
Yesterday it was the scene of an ex*
citiog horse race. The horses entered
belong respectively to Messrs. Hixon
of the G. C. & N Railroad, and W.
Pittman, of Clarke county.
This race created a great deal of in
terest in the city, and many of the ci
tfzens who love this sport went out to
see the nice.
Wagers were put up on. each horse
and the excitement ran high when they
dashed away down the track.
The gallant racers dashed madly round
crowd went wild
and adorned her profession of Christ by
a singularly pious life.
Ihe funeral services will
Dull Will Try Again.
Towson, Md., Nov. 23.—Charles Vin
cent Bull, a widower, 19 years old, has
obtained a license to.marry Miss Emma
Knott, whose ago is given as 20 years.
Bull’s mother filed a certificate on the
; ncense docket consenting to her son’s
marriage, in conformity to the law,
, which requires that a minor must have
Yet God in His own way "temoers , ™?lber’a permission to marry. Bull
the wind to the shorn lamb” and “ uly j U8t h ' 8 ^ wife last year.
D ° KOrrOW ** i Mixod palnm.all colors, linseed oil,
heaven cannot heal. .▼ irnuhes, psiot brushes, etc., at Pal-
1 • " «- — & Kinnebrcw’s, 106 Clayton street,
Op^otHc post office,
And then down the homestretch
the finish line, and the race was over,
Pitiman’a horse had won by a good
Considerable money was passed on
the race. '
Good looks arc more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition o
all the \ ital organs. If the Liver be in
active, you have a Billious Look, if
your stomach be disordered you have
Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys be
affected you have a Pinched Look.
Secure good health and you will have
good looks. _ Electric Bitters is the
great alterative and tome and acts direct
iyon these vital organs. Cures Pimples,
blotches, Boils and give3 a good com
plexion. Sold at J. Crawford dfe Co’s
Drugstore, 60c. per bottle.
Best Baking Powder
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 24.—At 1
o’clock at night the balmy wind which
had been blowing from the south
whipped around to the northwest, and
in half an hour a regular "norther” was
raging in this vicinity. It began sleet
ing, and this was driven before tht
wind with such force that it was al
most impossible to face it. The northei
changed into a blizzard and swept over
the whole state of Kansas. Early in the
morning in was snowing heavily, and
the wind was still blowing almost
hurricane, driving the light snow and
sleet into drifts in every direction. Re
ports come in slowly • from Kansas, as
the wires are down in every direction.
All telegraphic communication with
Denver was cut off for several horns,
the poles ou a long stretch of country
west of Ellis, Kan., beiug down. The
wind reached the force of a hurricane
all over the western portion of Kansas
and did great damage in several places.
Trains on the Union Pacific, Sante Fe
and Southern Kansas roads are from
three to five hoars late, and the indica
tions are that the drifts will he so large
that the roads will undergo a complete
Atchison, Kan., Nov. 24.—Snow be
gan falling early in the mor.iing and
has been drifting frightfully. The
street cars have been nnahle to tarn •
wheel, and trains are greatly delay-id.
HOUR, Ark.. Nov. 24.—The heaviest
snow storm known in this section fq;
years is raging here,
A Short Bat Decisive Kettle—The Dicta
Rio Janeiro, Nov, 24.—The inhabi-
tants of this city, whose sympathies
have been with the Congressional party,
have at last thrown off all guise of ad
herence to the existing government,
and have openly declared their deter
mined opposition to the dictatorship of
General Da Fonseca and thejr resolve
that he must abandou the presidency,
which he has held for only a compara
tively brief period. Like Dorn Pedro;
President Da Fonseca has quietly
yielded to the demands of the people,
that the executive of the Brazilian gov
ernment he deposed from liis high office.
The people of this city rose in arms
against the dictator's government, and
the uprising has thus far been very
successful, and the insurgents have ac
complished the ends for which they
have so long been secretly planning.
Among the first things the revolu
tionists did was to increase their store
of arms and ammunition. A strong
force of insurgents made an attack on
the naval arsenal, and after a weak and
only half-hearted effort on the part of
those atatioued at the place to repulse
the attempts of the invaders to effect
an entrance into the building, its guar-:
dians soon capitulated tp the enemy!
and the latter triumphantly took pos
session of the arsenal aud all the muni
tions of war which it contained.
Only a few shots were exchanged, anfl
the poor resistance made by the defen
ders of the arsenal is shown by the faot
that none of the insurgent force is re
ported to have been killed or seriously
The news of the uprising had a very
disquieting effect, and created the
greatest alarm in this city among the
women and children and those citizens
who had not taken np arms in support
of either party; and when the fighting
began at the arsenal and the rattle o 1
musketry and the boom of cannon were
beard, all were seized with wild panic,
and fled to places of safety to hide
until the firing had ceased and the con
flict was at an end.
Merchants and shopkeepers, fearful
lest their places would be looted by the
insurgents, or by thieving individuals
who wonld take advantage of the con
fusion and excitement to pillage their
stocks, made haste to close their estab?
lishments and securely bolt and bar
both doors and windows.
All their hurried preparations were
unnecessary, however, for, as already
described, the attack on the arsenal
was of only short duration, and beyond
the smashing of a portion of the chnrcb
struck by a cannon ball no farther
damage was inflicted upon property
and very little disorder prevailed among
the Congressional forces.
. The feeling of alarm in the city was
gradually dispelled aud all the people
are now rejoicing at the success which
has crowned the efforts of those who
took part in the revolution to put an
end to Da Fonseca’s dictatorship.
She Subsists on Buttermilk.
Pittsburg, Nov. 24.—Mrs. Mary Mo-
Vey. who is nearly 70 years old,
istoniahing jthe doctors of Braddock by
ter long fast. She has now been 141
days with no other food than butter
milk. She drinks ahont a pint of this
daily. Mrs. MoVey is suffering from
cancer, which formed last March. In
July she conceived an abhorrence of all
food and drink, and since tE&n she has
refused to take aught but buttermilk.
HU Condition Is Critical.
Indianapolis, Nov. 24.—Governor
Hovey’s condition at an early hour in
the morning was critical. He is sink
ing rapidly, and his friends have at
most given up hop*.
Killed In the Pres* Room.
The Official Government Reports:
The United States Government, after elaborate tests,
reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leav
ening strengai than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag.
Dep., p. 599./ ; }
The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show
the Royal B n Powder highest of ?11 in leavening
strength. (1 ’ ; 10, p. 16, Inland Rev. Dep.)
In practice herefore, the Royal Baking Powder
goes further, makes purer and more perfect food than
Govc.L.-ient Chemists Certify:
• “The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and whole
some ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or
other injurious substances. Edward Gr. Love, Ph. D.”
- . j
“ The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly die purest and most
‘—liable baking pov-tier offered to the public.
“Henry A. Mott, M.D., Ph.D.”
“ The Roya. taking Powder is purest in quality and highest in
strength of any baking powder of which I have khowledge.
" Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D.”
T. G. HADAWAT
ATHENS, G A.
Corner ayton and JacksonS
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By virtue of so order ol tho Court of Ordi> a.
ry of CUrke county, will be sold before
court house door in ssid county st public ent
er? to the highest bidder between the le r
hours of ssle on the first Tuesday iu Deem 1
1891 the following property to wit:
a All that tract or parcel ofisnd stuated 1-
iog and beit g in said county end known
part of the ;old Thomas Moore homeste-
bounded on the west, south sod north
lands of John R. White, and on tbs east
lands ol Mrs. Kittle, containing sixteen (
acres more or less. -
Sold as the property of John R. Crane
cesed for distribution.
R. K. REAVES, Administrator
iiST & NORTHWEST,
‘V»itf* to, or when you come
* r ; -uita, call on
0HAS. B. WALKER,
. Ticket Agent, W. & A. R. R.
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By virtue of an order of the Court of Ord'ns r
of < larke county, will be so d before theco-.M
hou-w door In Athens, Georgia, on the fir-1
Tuesday in Deoember next within the legal
hours of sale the following property to-wit:
One lot of land In ihe said city of Athens on
Billups street, hounded on tho north by lot of
Henry Davis on t»»e east hr lot of Isaiah Derri-
eotte, an the south by Squlie Broughton, and on
the west by said nil upa street .aid lot contain-
tag one-quarier Qf) of an acre, more or lees
Sofas* the Jj|'0])erty ol Lizzie Watkins, de-
for dli-trlbuldon, &c. Terms cash.
This Nov. 2nd, 1891. B. H. Noble,
Adm’r Of Lizzie Watkins, dec’d.
ar,CR—AU parsons holding claims against
W. - .Oil eland, deceased are requested to
pro eat the same to the — a —— 1
pro ent the same to the undersigned properly .
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Publ' -h as a Supplement with the first issue ot
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sotl’kt during the year we shell present to our
subscribers and patrons twelve complete mod
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the pbnular novels sold in the book-store* and;
news-stands at 99 cents each, hence
We Shall Actually Give Away to sill
oar Subscribers and Patrons for
the year 1891, Three Dollars’
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AD ' INISTRATOR’S SALE.
By virtue of an order of tho Court of Ordi
nary « f Clarke County, will be sold t efore the
Courthouse door In said County of Clarie at
putdi.; outcry to the highest bidder between
the legal hours of sale ou the first Tuesday t-
December irsi. the foUowlng property rowit
A U that tract or parcel of lard situate l^ng
and b.-lng in the County of Jackson In saiu
rtate,adjilining lands ot Washington Arnold,
Mrs.John Kittle,the O onee river,and tho river
Ro d from Athens to Jefferson, and tnoie
fuliv described as follows: Beginning at
Blekory on back side of church !ot, and run
ning N. 3a, B. 19 chains to a hickory, thence
N 48, E, 50 50 claims to white oak thence N 75
B. li chali s to white oak on river thenc
down meanders of mer to a maple, thence 8. CO
W. 48, chains to a stake In said’river road,
thence up said road to corner of church loLl»
cha ns, thence along church lot line N. 3% E 7.
7 chains to a Stake, tl.enco along church lot
line7.7 chains to beginning corner. Containing
by C. B. • han der survey of lrti. one hundred
and twenty a. res more or less, and known in
sa d urvey as lot No. 1.
sold »a the^proper^y of John B. Crime
ILK. REAVES Adm’r.
deceas d for
A, G. McCexaT, P, P. Paornrr,
Athens, tie. Elberton, Gs.
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