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brnttrea at f/it J’ostftf’ cf ttt' Jackson
ft* xt cond rlaxx mail matter.
PUBLISHED EVERY IHLBEDAY.
la k*n, <.a., June 7? 1894.
ONE DO! LAR PER ANNUM.
Tiie military encampment should
he done away with. It is otdv a pic
nic for idle■ n, demoralizing and ex
pensive to the .. op e.
The retirement of Hon Fiem du
Bigiion 14*0111 the he 11 a oria! contest is
tavoi able to Major B icon s chances
inasmuch ns thev have many mutual
friends—Macon Evening News.
The nomination of Mr. Atkinson
may be safelv left to the Atlanta Con
stitution. 1 1- Yellowstone Kit edito
rials are calculated to make Atkinson
voters of every one who reads them.
*—— 'ti •• m -
lion. A. O. Bacon is the favorite
with the Washington county demo
crats for United States senator. —Mid-
dle Geotgia Progress.
According to the Atlanta Constitu
tion, General Evans entered the race for
Governor of Georgia with the poorest
chance of election eyor offered an aspirant
to that high and responsible position.
Every county that has acted up to date
the Atlanta Constitution says was con
ceded to Atkinson by maj >ritiesranging
all the way from 200 to 500, and if its
statements are to lie accepted as true,
General Evans is getting only those
counties which wore c meed and to Atkin
son and goes to the General simply by
chance and considerable effort on the
part of his friends.
The Pike County Journal stated in its
last issue that Hon. Alex Atkins >n
would make the race for congress from
this district on the Populist ticket. We
saw Mr. A k nson Monday and he was
p *ft cil.v dumbfounded when shown the
accusation. 11* says it is an utter false
hood, most absurd in its entirety. He
will rest bi claims solely upon the Chi
cago plat form of the Democratic party,
and would not accept the position as a
gift on tin* Populist ticket. Mr. A’kin
son has always been a true supporter of
the pi ii ciples of Jcffesonian L)< tnocracy,
and no mm in our county has done more
towards showing the uttei fo’ly of a
third party than the Hon. Mr. Atkinson,
lie has it ever been lavoranie to populism
nor expressed any intention of soon be
coming so He is a straight out demo
crat of the “dyed in-the-wool” stripe,
and in him our county has an lion rable
citizen and democracy a most faitl ful
champion and a dent supporter of its
principle!. We hope this will place Mr.
Atkinson right before the people as
nothing was more abured than the Jour
THIS 16 RIGHT.
Lftst Friday t!ie grand jury of the
Unite' 1 Stales e urt stru.k the key
note to the situation. Mean deputy
marshals and “professional” witnesses
can cause a lot of untie essarv trouble
and should he set down on by all
good ueople. The grand juries of tlie
different counties might lookout tor
something of the kind. The jury
above mentioned says;
“We find, by a rigid examination of
w itnesses that many cases are brought
to this court through motives of re
venge for real or fancied personal
grievance, and that those bringing
them hate little or no regaid for the
sanctity of an oath. In such cases a
conscientiou-jur\ i> unwilling to find
true mils unless the evidence of such
witnesses is >trongly corroborated by
other testimony, and ive would, theie
fore, suggest that thi.* court should im
press all United States commissioners
the importance of-ecuring, ifpossi
ble, more than one witness in all cases
which are s ut up for iuves igationby
a grand jury.”
The ilex' sect on caused a ripple of
sensation throughout the court room
and the faces of the officers of the.
court showed genuine surpri-e s it
was being read. Continuing, Colonel
Seals r ad:
“We hare had bills of indictment
presented at this term under which
parties have been arrested and ini
piisnied when there was no evidence
whatever to sustain the charges, amt
yet the eotnmis>iotiers have collected
the usual fees. \Ve would, therefore,
tvopecifullv suggest that all fees be
withheld in all eases which are not
accompanied with sufficient evidence
to authorize an inve>tig • tiou and to
warrant a case ot probable guih.”
In regard to witness the resolution
“We wonui impress upon all officers
of tbs court the importance of sup
prosing the übiquitous ‘professional
witness/ who fiud. it nrofltab'e to
make ca.se> that he may be summoned
as a witness, and thus secure mileage
and wiiuees tees.”
The nip of a poisonous snake is but
a slight removal from being more
dangerous tha * the poison of Scrofula
in the blood Ayer's Sarsaparilla pur
ifies ti*e tfital fluid, expels all poison
ous suhgiauces, and stipp'ies theele
nieuu of life, health aud strength.
[We are in tin wise responsible tor
the view* expressed by our correspon
dents, be be Democrat, Repubbean,
People’s P rty. er Prohibitionist ; hut
\r are respou-ible for all on our edi
t'tialpage un< redhed and without
si* nature*.] —Eos.
Editors Argus: lam not iu the
habit of writing for publication, but
a* I have frequently heart I it .-aid that
there was but three democrat* iu Iron
Spring district, and while passing
through on bu.-irv ss I found the fol
lowing named gentlemen to be Snrt -n
J. W. McCord, Howard Vicker*,
F. M. Maddox, Nat Greer, John An
drews, Sam Heizlip, Will J011v, .1. M.
Trapp, Wm. Trtpp, si., James Jollv,
Bovd Lee, W. M Andrews, Alex Jolly,
Will Prc-slcx, John Dodson, D:vid
Moore, Frank Morse, A. O. Andrew*,
Tillman AJcKeroy, Robert Duk--.
David Duke, Jatues Duke, Wil int
Hodge-, Bolus Cartel, Gibson Giecr,
R. G. La vend r, aid l can assure y*>u
ot.ers whose names are not on ties
We are under many obligations to
our correspondent for his kind ness.
We didn’t know there were so many
representative men in that diM-ict,
wiio were true to our fathers’ party.
Notwithstanding the differences of
opinion among democrats, we are one
when it comes to voting. There is no
expedient party iu the South, except
the deuiocrotio paitv, and whoever
forsakes her is name Dennis.
C ements, otthe Rome Argus, in
dites this touching poem on the
“Freedom of the Press”:
Around her waist I put my arm—
It felt as soft as cake:
“Oh, dear,” says she, “what liberty
You printer men do take!”
“Why, yes, my Sal, my charming gal,”
(I squeezed her some, I guess).
“Can you say aught against
The freedom of the press?”
I kissed her some—l did, by gum:
Slie colored like a beet;
Upon my living soul, she looked
Almost to good to eat.
I gave an other buss, and the
Savs she, “I do confess
I rather kinder sorter like
The freedom f the press.”
BEFORE AND AFTER.
Here is a sample of the Constitu
tion’s campaign news:
before the election
“Fifteen counties act this week. The
""6°" tru, from GoWctll WOl|t he 111
it at all. General Evans will sweep
the Field. This is Evans’ weet.
Watch the counties spoutaue for the
General, etc , etc.”
AFTER THE ELECTION.
“Ev.*n* gets four out of the fifteen
counties which have acted. No defi
nite news can be secured from the
others. All were conceded to Atkin
son as he had resided in most of he
counties, and a number of tn* ra are
in his congressional district. The
oth r counties may he heard from la
ter on. Atkinson hunched his couu
ties to get a l* a L”
The Washington correspondent oi
the Atlanta Constitution ; “Mr dußig
uon’s withdrawal from the senatorial
contest in Georgia has inspired Judge
Turner's trie ds here with much hope.
They feel confident he can win unless
Speaker Crisp should enter the race ’’
Judge Turner will by no means have
a walk over for the senatorship. Hon.
A. O. Bacon, of Bibb, is in the rae,
and Southwest Georgia it for him.
Hon. W. H Venable, of Fulton
county, was unanimously nominated
by the sena'orial convention of tie
Thirty fifthdlstrict today. Mr. Ven
able will be a candidate for the presi
dency of the aenate. He is a young
man ot energy and popularity and his
friends fee! confident that he will win
tills further distinction.
CAN YOU WRIIE?
If you can we will Ove you a
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Can ied in pocket Always ready for use.
The ho der is of hard rubber pern ctly
formed and fiDi hed; The Feed in of ti e
most appioved pattern, (the sam used in
a pe> c sting $2 Oo,) insuring an even
flo > aid no leakage. The point will
write and last nearly as long as go and Each
pern Is fiihed with the best ink and tried
before sent out. NOW FOR iBE PLAN.
•Send us 25c in lc aud 2 stamps or silv t,
for a hal \ ear’s sub-cripti n to Virginia,
a beautifully illustrated , 24 page
monthly magazine, with excellen in for
mati n or the office parlor, bedroom, din
ingroom kitchen, fa m and garden, wiih
just wit aud humor euou-h to drive
away he blues
ZAm’t put it off but wriie today and you
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VIRGINIA PUBLISHING CO.,
TAX RECEIVER’S NOTICE
Worthvitle, Mav 31st.
iron Spring’s cross road, ,/une Ist.
Dublin, June 4th.
Indian June sth,
Jenkiusburg, June 6th,
Einard’a Store June 7th.
Hammond's Store, June Sth.
This being last round you w 11 take no
tice and govern yourselves accordingly.
Jackson court house every Saturday,
commencing April 14, except second Sat
urday in each month.
C. ft Cabtkb, T. R.
All announcements are $5.00 payable
in advance, and under no circumstances
will we publbh a candidate’s annuuncc
meut until the fee is paid, ho please do
riot ask it, but bring tue money with your
announcement. — Eds.
Hon Alex Atkins-m baa ntst yet fully
made up bis mind to run for the office of
congressman from the Oth district, but in
tends first to ascertain, if possible, wheih
er or not he is the choice of the people,
and if so, he w ill most undmbledly be ia
the race and will certainly fill the high
and responsi le position w itb ciedit to his
const tuents. It is Mr Atkinson’s wish to
abide the will of the people, and it i* not
his mention to force himself upon the
people regardless of consequences. He
will make the race squarely upon the Chi
cago platform, in evev cense of tho word
The fiicnds of (’bailie Bartlett hereby
announce him as a candidate for congress
subject to the action of the Democratic
parly of the 6th Congressional District.
Aor £' epresentaiire.
To the voters of Butts county: Up n
the so ichations of many voteisfroni all
parts, of the county, I have consented 10
become a candidate for lepresentative in
the General Assembly of Georgia, subject
to deraociatic nomination.
Respectfully, J A. McJ/ickael.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re election 10 the (?e eral Assem
bly of Georgia from JSutts county, sub
ject to the action of ihe Democratic party.
7hanking the people of my county for
their libeial support iu the 1 ast. 1 am.
Four obedient servant,
T. J. DAA/PoEF.
% ■ ■ ■■■
Tax Col tec tor.
We are authorized to announce the name
of (i. E. Harmon a- a suitahie per on for
the democratic paity to n >minate for the
office of tax collector. His name 1- sub
ject to the scion of the democratic par y.
We are authorized to announce the nauie
of Mr //inner G. Clark as a candidate for
the office of tax collector, subject to the
action of the democratic party.
TO THE DEM CRA 1C VOTERS OF
This is the first time I have ever asked
the i-eople to give me an office aud my
reasons tor placing myself before the pub
lie for their suffrage are these:
First, I am a poor man and a great por
tiou of the time I am not able to do farm
v’ork. I own no land and am compelled
to eke out a scanty living for a wife and
six small children as a renter
Second, I have suffered many hardships
and 11 istommes, among which was the
loss of two wives nd tin*e children, and
have re*, ent ) had a great deal o ic ess
in my family. lam an old confederate
soldier and while in the defense of mv
country co traded heumati-m from which
lam a daily suffe>er. I ask for the office
of 2’a.x Collector aud will be thankful c or
favors extended to me by my friends.
W. VV THANT LV-
Tax llecei\ r er.
We are authorized to announce the
name of J. H. Ham for he office of lax
receiver, subject to the action of the dem
We are authorized to announce the
name ot Mr. F IF Gilmore as a candi
date for the office of tax receiver subject
to the action of the democratic party. Mr.
Gilmore is a crippled ex confederate sol
We are authorized to announce the
name of Mr. S D. T htrrsmn as a canda
date foi tax receiver subject to the action
of the democratic party.
We are authoiized to announce the
name ot M M. Mills, sr., for the office of
tax receiver, subject to the aciiou of the
demonadc party. Air. \ ills has been
blind for seveial 3 ears, though he can see
to write now
Air. A/ills served in the w ar between the
states and in the Alex ican war, but has
never drawn any pen-ion like others ©f
both wars have done.
We are authoiized to announce the
name of W. A. A/angham as & candidate
for the office of tax receiver, subject to
the lulings of the democracy of Butts
X":: 1 "i. '
f or Clerk.
I herby annouucr myself as a candi
date for clerk of the superior court
of /?utts county subject to the anion of
the democratic prim rv to be held Aug.
Ist 1894. B. P BAILEY.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for cleik of the Hup r or court of
Butts county- I am not drawn o t >0
much by the “solicitation of friends,” as
is so common among candidates as 1 am
by the necessity of a large family of chil
dren and a sickly wife to support. I place
myself in the bands of tUe democratic
party and will abide by the result of the
primary election. David '. Thaxton.
1 hereby anuoun e my6elf as a candi
date for Clerk Superior court ot Butts
county, having been solicited by many
friends to do so, and us I am an old v t
eran of the late war and draw- no pension
nor have ever app ied for one, I would
take it as a great favor if the democracy
of the county through their actiou would
favor me with the nomination.
For County Treasurer.
1 herebv announce myself as a candidates
for the re election to the office of county
treasurer of Butts county subject to the
action of the democratic party.
T. L. WILLIAMS
We are authorized to announce the name
of Uncle Alex Wilkinson as a candidate
for trea:urer of Butis county subject to
the action of the dem*crati'- party.
fair i\onc .
There is no possible
chance for advertisements
to get in this paper unless
they are brought in b;
Tuesday, and chat is all
there *sabout ii. This does
Dot apply to local reading:
JFI.Y MIEKIFFS LES.
GEO/? G\A— Butts County.
Will be sold before the court house
dooi iu said county, oa the first Tuesday
in July 1594, witfiin legal sale bouts for
cash, the following described property, to
wit: One lot containing two acres of
land, more or less, No. 8, ats bounded as
follows; North by lot No 27 east by lot
No. 9, south by Indian Spring Reserve.
Butts county, west by Dumble lot AAd
lot lying and being iu the Indian Apri g
district, G 37., said county and state.
Levied on as the property of J. P. Hard
s**n by virtue and to satisfy one execution
issued from ihe ./ustiee court of the 1234
distiict, G. M„. Fulton county, Georgia,
in favor of G’eo. Crouch against J. P.
Harrison, defendant i fifa •. P. Har
rison given written notice Property
pointed out by plaintiff’s attorney. This,
June 0;b, 18y4.
J 0 Beauchamp,
Sheriff, /huts County.
LETTERS OF DISMISSION.
Wheieas F. S. EthetiJge, administrator
of nlumhus Burford. represents to the
court in his peiit on tlulj bird and ente.ed
on recoid, that he lias fully administered
Columbus Bdrford’a estate, this is, there
fore, to cite all pe sons couc rued, heir*
and creditors, to show cause, if any they
can, w-hy said admini-trator should not be
discharged from the administration and
receive letters of dismission on the first
A/ond&y iu September, 1894. This, June
J F. Carmichael,
FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
7o all whom it may c ncern:
Prudie L. Ply male having in proper
foim applied to me for petmanent letters
of administiation on the estate ofR. B.
Plymale, late of said county, this is to
cite all and singular the creditor': and next
of kin of R B. Ply male to be and appear
at my office within the time allowed
by law, and show cause, if any they can,
why permanent administration should not
be granted to Prudie L. Plymale on R. B,
Ply male’s estate
Witness my band and official signature,
this, Ist day of June, 1094.
J. F. t ARM CHaKL, Ordinary.
*il * 'KG! A —Gutt- C uni* .
Whereas, J. M. Crawford, administra
tor, cu *i testarnento annexo, of A. M.
Harkness, repicsents to the court m his
petition, duly filed, that he has fully ad
mini lured A M. Haikness’s estate, this
is, therefore. t* cite aT persons concerned,
heirs n creditors to show cau-e, if any
they can, why said administrator should
<>' be tU-cifiuged from his admi 11st ration,
and receive letters of dismiss on on the Ist
J/onday in August, 1894. This, 26th
day of April, 181)4-
J F. Carmichael,
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During the last few weeks in which fu me 8 have been
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mulated an ample stock of
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to supph any Reasonable
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So it you want an Extension Leather Top Phaeton or Surrey
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In fact, if you want any kind of a vehicle langing in price
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We have opened a real estate
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have any land to rent or houses
to rent, or buy any property of
any kind, we will advertise it for
you on terms to suit you. Your
name need notbi known to any
<>ne. Bring along your property
and we will treat you right about
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erson engine and ooiler gooj as new. 6
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prices and terms c.d. on, oi addiess,
D J Spencer,
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The stockholders of the Jackson Oil
Mill Company will meet at the court house
at Jack: on on 2uesday, June sth, at ten
o’clock in the foren- on, to receive the re
poit of last season’s busines-. and to elect
a board of directors for the next ensuing
year. A full attendenee is requested.
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your footwear of the dealer advertised below.'
Catalogue free unon application. Address,
W.i, DOCIaLAh. Broi kton.Mai*. bold/
Lit. J. W CRUST,
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JBEN, WOJIEK, faiimalienuney
find rapidly duiiu.' a
BOYS, Ciftl.S few hours work
each wi'ev at
home. .Tocanraiisiiig nothiutr dif
ficult or uupie cant, f'lan entirely
new und onyr nal. Write u* rnrloi
iiiK tamp. THE DIbKU'.DI HOME
iOl lt< if, 358 Dearborn Street,
B. W. WRENN, JR.
*?%£££” Atlanta, Georgia.