THE BANNER, AT HENS, GEORGIA JUNE IS, 1889.
▲ r«T-Ta .■niSTg'n.
Killing of Hon. Sam. E. Fields Near
Daltox, June 11.—lion. S. E. Fields,
. state, senator from this,the forty- third
district, was shot ami instantly killed
at . his beautiful country home, eight
miles west of here, at an eaily hour this
morning by ah adopted son' named
Dchins Taylor, twenty years old.
They were feeding the stock and Mr.
Fields charged Toy lor with some neg
lect and threatened to whip him, and
proceeded to put the threat into execu
tion wlten the hoy, who thought lie wjis
too large to be whipped, retreated to
the house, followed by Hr. Fields, who
had a switch.
..The hoy .took a loaded shotgun from
the raek and turned on Mr. Fiends,
who hud followed him to the porch.
When in six feet of him the load was
discharged into the left side of Mr.
'Fields, neck, almost severing the head.
Mr. Fields staggered backward and ex-
claiued, “Oh, you have shot me.”
The hoy threw, down the gun and
caught him and laid him down gently
and called to some one to help, saying
lie had shot Mr. Fields.
Mr Joint Edlnonson, a nephew of
Mr. Fields, ran out and found'the hoy
standing in a quivering attitude over
the body ,which was lifeless and wrap-
lied in blood.
The hoy made no effort to escape, and
was taken in charge by Mr. Edmonson
and brought here and placed in jail.
The hoy was taken to the aslyuin
.some two years ago by Mr. Fields in a
lie only remained two weeks and
ran away and came back to -Mr. Fields,
where he has since resided.
He has spells of tiie same nature at
intervals, and when .pursued by Fields,
it is thought the excitement was too
great to be overcome, and in a passion
lie. took the life of his friend and guar
Mr. Fields leaves a wife hut no chil
dren. He was a man of considerable
means and large influence.
POMPEII DID NOT EQUAL IT.
Johnstown Disaster Takes Rank as the
The destruction of Herculaneum
and Pompeii has stood up to date as
the most temble calamity which ever
swept down on a city.
For the last two thousand years the
world has looked upon the fiery ex
tinction of, the old town of Pompeii,
which nestled at the base of Vesuvius
ou the sunny Bay of Naples, as the
.crowning blow pi disaster in tbes tory
of human mortality.
But the late horror in the Pennsyl
vania valley is ready a greater mis
fortune than that which btfeli the old
Campanian town seventy-nine ypars
fter the birth of Christ if the number
f victims or the’extent of territory
devastated by the destorying element
To make the comparison between
Pompeii ami Johnstown may serve to
bring borne more vividly to the
mi. du of many 1 lie extent of the ter-
rib e calamity which occured hist l 1 ii-
ly in the Keystone state.
The entire area of Pompeii was not
more than two miles in circumference,
ind its shape was that of an irregular
ova'. Its site was somewhat differ
ent from that of the town as it is
known today by the excavatio s.
This difference in locality is due to
the alteration in the ground by vol
ume action and earthquakes.
Something of that terrible irony of
fate which' brought, two elements, one
f which is usually emp’oyeJ for com
An old physician,retired from practice,
having had placed in his hands by an
East India missionary' the formula of a
Simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
^iad permanent cure of Consumption,
Brouchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and alj.
throat and Lung Affections, also a pos
itive and radical cure lor Nervous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints,
after having tested its wonderful cura
tive powers in thousands of cases, has
felt it his duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a desire to relieve human
suffering, I will send free of charge, to
all who desire it, this recipe, in Greman.
French or English, with full directions
for preparing and using. Sent by mail
panaddressing with stamp, naming this
dper. A. Noyse;149 Power’s Black,
Rohester, N. Y* 12-4-eow^y
THE BIGF MILL.
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Talmud Bros. Will Grind the Corn—Let
the Good Work Go On—A .hens
Bound to Build.
?ting with affable Capt. C. G, Tal-
itMtffe in front of the large 'wholesale
store of Talmadge Bros.,yesterday; The
Banner reporter asked fifitfart Itftepview
on the news that jiis firm is about to
build a large corn mill at the junction
of the C. A Mv" amb-fhe' Northeastern
^,The report is exactly .right,?’ Said
Captain Tahiiadge, “and* the papers
hive all been signed. The railroads
gfvd usVletise on tlftr'gfonnds^of^iSine-
ty-njiie ycriys, Which will give us tifrie
to grind up all the copi in- this^c-
tton.”, ai lot : .|td* os
“Why is there such an increased de
mand for meal?” * '•* • * •'
“Athens, you remember/ a fears
ago,had the Factory iqfll and ^cKeroy’s
mill to depend upon, and consequent
ly most of tlie trade went tQ Atlan
ta. Taylor Bros., started their large
mill, and the ’meal business has in
creased to such proportions that we
tliought it best to bCtild another to sup
ply the demand.”
“Do you propose to put in all of the
latest improved machinery ?”
“Of course we do. These are fast
times, and unless Athens keeps up with
the times we will fall behind. Every
thing in our mill will he of the latest
•end tiiost improved patterns,and we ex
pect to grind as good meal as can he
“Will you have a warehouse for stor
ing corn connected with the mill?”
“Oh, yes. We propose to build t
large warehouse in connection with the
mill, with a capacity to store all the
coni that comes to Athens. The mill
will be three stories high, and will he
completed by the loth of September.
The name of tlie mill will he the Mer
chants and Planters, and none hut ex
perienced men will have anything to
do with the management.”
Capt. Talmadge was called to wait
on a customer, and could only give us
to understand that the Merchants and
Planters is houud to he built
and after it was put in operation that
it would turn out the best meal that
£Ouldbemade from of corn.
Her Own Physician.— A lady who
for many years suffered from Uterine
Troubles, Falling, Displacements,
3 < <Wbrrhce and Irregularities, finally
found remedies wliieli completely cured
her. Any. Lady can take the rtmiedies,
artd thus cure herself without the aid
of a physician. The receipts with full
directions and advice securely sealed
sent Free to any sufferer. Address,
Mrs. M. J. Brabie, 252 S. 10th St.
Name this paper. Jun5wm
w - m ...«M....Our Licai Staff. -
Messrs. Axson, of Koine,and Stovall,
of Athens, tire on the editorial staff of
The Banner, and we ask our friends to
give them all the news items in their
possession. This is the way to make
our paper hum. Mr. Axson will also
assist us in our editorial-duties,and has
chhrge of th t dt partincut in our ab
sence. The Banner is meeting with
bating tlie other, into connection with
egard to the deso'ution wrought at
Johnstown is also suggested by this
location of Pompeii.
Seated on the Bay of Napies, with
ater almost at their doors, the un
fortunate Pompeians were smothered
and roasted under the scorching rain
of ashes which fell upon them.
Johnstown, on the other liaml, high
up amo g the mountains and remote
from tlie sea, was whelmed beneath
the Hood of water which tore down up
on the small town and carried it away
a wi d, tumultuous whirlpool.
Then, from the watery grave burst
fortli deadly tongues of fire to contin
ue the ravages of a fearful destruction
upon the miserable inhabitants.
The most interesting comparison,
however, is the fates of the gay and
festive Pompeians—who at the very'
time when Death rained down upon
them from the sky of fire stretched-
above their doomed city were engaged
in luxurious idling in the baclis ar.d
excited delight at the am phi theatri
cal spectacles—-and the frugal hard
working country fo!k of Johnstown is
not in the territory' devastated but in
the number which went to swell the
death list of the victims.
The data from which the popnlation
of Pompeii may be gathered is some
what insufficent, and as a result the
census is put at widely differing fig
ures. It was once generally supposed
to be between 20,000 and 30,000.
But the careful estimate of Fiore li,
who has susperintended the excava
tion of the buried town, puts the pop
ulation of the city at the time of the
terrible outpour of Vesuvius at no
more than 12,000 souls.
This is probably a liberal estimate
and there is every reason to suppose
that it was less.
Many of Pompeii's 12,000 escaped
indeed, they had tenfold the fuci i-
ties for escape than had the peop e of
The latest returns from the flooded
town of Johnstown rates the deaths at
thirteen or fifteen thosand. Probably
.when the entire number of the un
fortunates who perished in that hell of
water is ascertained it will be found
in excess'of these figures rather than
below them. . . .
For instead of starting with a big
number and gradually whirling, it
down as the truth was known, every,
day has brought a larger figure as that
which truly indicated the death roll.
Only 300 human skeleton have been
found in the Pompeii excavations.
The quota of dead bodies found at
Johustown already numbers as many
There is little doubt, then, that the
obscure town in Conemaugh valley,
which a week ago was unkown, has
first listin the ro l-call of tlieworld’s dis
asters, and Pompeii, which has held
this mournful prestige of disaster's
biggest mark, must heucefort be men
tioned as inferior to the Pennsylvania
town in misfortune and ca'amity.
A Scrap of Paper Saved her Life.
It was just an ordinarp st ray of wrap
ping paper, but it saved her life. She
was iu the last stages of consumption,
told by physicians that she was incur
able and could live only a short time;
she weighed less than seventy pounds.
On a piece of wrapping paper she read
oi Dr. King’s New Discovery, and got
a sample bottle; it helped her, she
bought a large bottle;,it helped her more,
bought another and grew better fast,
coutinued its use and is now strong
healthy, rosy plump, weighing 140
pounds. For fuller particulars send
stamp, to IV H Cole, Druggist, Fort
Smith. Trial Bottles of this wonderful
Discovery Free at John Crawford &
Co.’s or L D Sledge & Co.’s Wholesale
nd Retail Drugstores.
More people were drowned, killed
and burned in one hour in the Pe'nn-
Havb Their Conference With the Presi
Washington, J tine 13.—About twen
ty members of tlie anti-Malioiite com
mittee Virginia republicans, called at
tlie executive mansion at 11 o'clock to
day, and bad an interview with Presi
dent Harrison. Ex-Governor Cameron,
General Y. D. Graves, ex-Congres>inan
Braily and other prominent anti-Mau-
o.uists were of the party.
Ex-Governor Cameron acted as
spokesman for the committee, lie
said the republicans of Virginia were
practically held in slajjpry l>y the M.a-
iione organization and it was through
that organization that the republicans
lost the state last fall. It was not pat
ronage that the aiiti-Mnhone people
sought, but they did want the president
to use his good offices and bring about
a settlement between the lac tiers. If
the president would exert his influence,
the Mahone organization could-be de
stroyed,anil the republicans of Virginia
be free once more.
Governor Canierou stated his ease
with great force and clearness, and tlie
President seemed to take great interest
in what was said.
The President, in reply, said he was
sorry there was such a breach among
the republicans in the state, but it was
not in his power to interfere with state
polities. He was not president of the
republican party alone, but president
of the United States. lie would recognize
no faction in Virginia, and candidates
for office would have their claims con
sidered on their own special merit. He
had recently told some of Senator
Mahouc’s friends the same tiling, and
to hoped the republicans of the stare
would go to work and settle their own
difficulties and bring about harmony in
the republican camp.
The committee left the mansion evid
ently disappointed in not securing tlie
the President’s promise to join them in
bringing about a settlement and har
mony in the Virginia republican camp.
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tit pages, 50 illustrations, and >00 testimonials.
pjUPLKsi.lark-heads, led, rough, ehapsed,
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eve; ywhere. Price 10 cents package—t rol-
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ness, annmnt in packages, or for Last ness ot col
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A list of 1(>!K) newspapers di vided intoSTATKs
AND SECTION'S w ill be sent ou application—
To those who want tlieir advertising to pay,
we can offer no belter mediam for tltoiougli aiid
effective woik tluui the vSriotiB sections of our
bcieet Loral List.
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Tlie “Old Reliable,” is .<tiu i n the
AVill contract for buildings of till kinds.
Will sell you
Sash, Boors and Elinds,
Mouldings, Flo iring, Ceiling, etc., as
Cheap as the Cheapest.
The first dose often astonishes theia*
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Bouyaney of Body
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Tbey give appetite,
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Special to The Banner.
Washington, June 13.—The follow
ing postmasters.were appointed to-Uay :
Jess*: J. Woodwall, llartsclle, Ala.
Lula Outlaw, Bacton, Ga.
J. N. Carson, Boston, Ga.
G. A. Sliarpt-'f Gqloid, Ga.
J. I’. Yates, Joei, Ga.
H. . B. Steige, Big Island, Va.
Thos. Battju, Cover Depot, Va.
Geo. W. Hedrick,. Dayton, Va.
W. C. Hoskeij'Elainsville, ■ Va.
John Kent, Lick Run, Va.
Geo. W. .Smith, Rushville, Va.
Eliza J. Moseley, Tliaxtons, Va.
Erastus Pric J e, Nieurs Surith, Va.
J. A. West, Waverly Station, Va.
Herbert Sperry, Tremont, III., had
Erysipelas in botli legs. Confined to the
house' six 'weeks. He says: “When I
was able to get on my legs, I had an
itching sensation that nearly run me
crazy. I scratched them raw’ ’ to the
bones, tried everything without relief.
I was tormented in this way for two
years. I then found Clarke’s Extract
of Flax (Papillon) Skin Cure at the
Drug Store, used it,and it has cured me
sound ‘'and well.”
Clarke’s Flax Soap has no equal for
Bath and Toilet. Skin Cure $1.00. Soap
25 cents. For sale at all Drugstores.
Mr. T. L. Gantt and family are nun -
ing hack to Athens, and will make it
their home in the futuae. We regret to
lose them as citizens;, and hope that
their return to Athens M ill be profitable
aiul satisfactory to them. The people of
that place found that they had not pro
perly appreciated Mr. Gantt until they
los’t him, when they went io work to get
him back. He is undoubtedly one of
the best newspaper men in the State,
and the growing city of Athens can
fined no man better qualified to guard
and defend her interests through
daily paper than Mr. Gantt.—Elberton
There is no one article in the line of
medicines that gives so large a return
for the money as a good porous strength
ened plaster, such as Carter’s Smart
Weed and Belladonna Backache Plast
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necessary. The International Detective, the official
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.UtiiSTA, Oa.,. April 2, im.
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.2 on p m
2 0 p m
2 '.0 p in
3 5 p ni
3 10 p m
3 .0 p ill
3 40 p. iu
?| rs W. C. &E.N.SS
4 35 p 111
4 CO p m
No. ■ runs Mondays, ednesdays and Fridays.
No. (fruits Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays
A. G CRAIO, , a. J. mcEVOY,
G*n P»83 Agent Supelntendent.
Rlahmond : and: Danville: Railroad
IN EFFECT JUNE 24TH.1888
Trains run by 75th Meridian time.
BETWEEN ATHENS AN D ATLANTA-
NO. 53 DAILY
Le*v« Athens 7 40 a. ra.
Ar'v* Atlanta 12 noon
51 Kx an
6.00 p. ra
NO. 41 EX. bUSll.V .
Leave Atlanta 5 30 p. m.
Ar’ve Athens 10:25 p, m
53 Daily. •
8:.0 d. in
No. 63—Daily .
Lcae Athena 7:40 a.m.
Ar. WHsh'eton 7 01 a. m.
~r t New York l 20 p ni
■ No t>7 hA.cuuuaiy
..._ I 6:00p. m.
6 20 am.
Pullman Palace Buffet sleeping cars from
Lula to Washington and New York*
Solid train* Lula to . Washington.
80 8 55
1025112 201 Athens
When children pick their no6c, grind their teeth*
ar ® Teatless, unnatural in their appetite, they an
qmte likely troubled with Worms, prompt me
urea should be taken and B. A.Faliitcstoeh
Vermifuge be given them according to direc
tions it hassayed many a child fromYleath and
Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cared
BY ABMINISTEIIilO DR. MAIHES’ B8LDEN SPECtfiL
It can be given In,a cup ot coffee or tea, or in ar
ticles of food, without the knowledge of the per-
aon taking it; it is absolutely harmless and will
effect a permanent and apeedy cure, whether
the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic
wreck. ,j never fails. We GUARANTEE
in every instance, is page book
BETWtEN ATHENS AND LULA-
autk oo will run daily, ho, 52,1
and 22 will run daily except Sunday.
Trains run by 75th Meridian time—One houi
flu ter than 90th Meridian time.
L.L. McCLESKEY, JA8.L.TAYLOR,
Div. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass’r. Ag
E- BERKLEY. Superintendent:
If liny (b iller .n\i Iu- him
as Shoes without n >iu aulrris
on :he bottom, put 1 lm
W. L. 00UC
S3 SHOE cEr
$3 SHOE FOR LM
Best in the world. Rasta
85.00 GENUINE H iNIW.HIB
84.00 HAND-SEWKl) WKLTf#
83.50 POLICE AND FAKJTCM
83.50 EXTRA VALUE CAl.Fffl
82.25 WORKINOll AN’S SHflk
82.00 and 81.75 BOYS’ SC1KHH
Fraudulent when mv nnnir and prjyq
on bottom. W. L. DOUGLAS, End
foi; sau: BV
" ’^'nsss it
... , Jllfliwi
P.'fO'S ItEVSnV FfR fjU
Virus IS SO,“'ll C.Vlt'M; “ ' 1
teii>. airl i)ie(lts.r''".J3 | '. ^
mucous menierase “=
The dose is simuL
eotitains a stifficaot qr'
A Cold in the Head bnjjjj
an application of
fiuunh. The coiu.yri t
from it in this way is w®" 4
times its cost ^
Easy and fleasant to^
Price, 50cents. boKiW®
or sent by itniil.
E. T. Vas®
s. l. j. i-in'iB ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA - *
W1U practice in Jackson, Banka, Madison,
Franklin and adjacent counties, and also in the
Supreme %nd Federal courts of the state
Will give special attention to collections and
make prompt returns.
Ten per eent eheaper
Don't buy before getting our prices and cai
alogues. THE GEO. W. STOCKELL CO..
Name this paper. NASHVILLE. TENN
a complete «*ure .
FREE. Address iw con'ffdence*
SPECIFIC COji 85Race’Bt. Cincinnati^
nnd Whlatrcy Bah*
tts cured at home with
out pain. Book of par-
_ ticnlars sent FREE*
3 B. M.WOOLLEY. M.1A
FOR MEN ONLY;
A IP&SITIVF Tor LOST or FAILING MANHOOD: I
IfeW111K General and NERVOUS DEBILITY
I ViTT? TP! Weakness of Body and Mind: Effects
Ll AvAi of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young.
■ ohiul, XoM* M.VVIIO(ll) full- Kes(nr,',l. ll,»r In Knlarre aaj
mm mUK.C.MlKVKLOPKP OROAKS k IMKTSorilOlir.l
■en teitlOr tnm (iH
T»n e»a write them. Book, full eipluatloa, ami proor,m»llr4
<n«M} tnu Address ERIE MEDICAL GO., BUFFALO, N. I