The Globe Store
As the Icy Br6Rth iyF o?ri Ua
such weather unprotected tha-n eas around tlie corner it carries right home to us, Humanity can no more stand
and that underwear costs Ip<* ° a °* the Remember ji Sht now that flannels are cheaper than funerals;
muffled, and we wdl wanu you wAY We C ° m6 u “ to as aU who and are lightly
Blankets— Double, SI.OO per pair.
Comfortables—from 7oc to $3.00.
Ghauts—ail wool from 75c to $5.00.
O.oak* that were $6 00 will go at $4.
'One lot Dormet Cloth for ladies’wraps
36 inch, only 12}£e yd. Ody a few
One pieco black French Broadcloth,
just received, worth $1 50 yd, will
go at $L yard.
If the testimony &f the throngs of people who were with us during: ’he past few days can be relied upon, and who dares
question it, we give for money the Greatest Values. Call and see us,
HURRAH FOR JACRSOS!
Jackson fias a great reputation abroad
as a business town, of no small impor
tance. Now, for instance, we quote you
a remark made by Colonel Waters, of
Baltimore, who travels for Evitt Bros.,
one of the largest shoe manufactories in
the United States. In conversation with
this gentleman a few nights ago, he
said : “Jackson has a great name
among the traveling men as a town of
business, push and energy. I visit it
■ouce a year in my rounds, and when I
tell you that it is the only small town I
make, it means something. Here is my
list of stops after leaving headquarters :
Baltimore, Washington, Richmond,
Ohariotte, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbia,
Savannah, Macon,Jackson, Montgomery,
Mobile, New Orleans, the largest cities
of Texas, Little Rock, Memphis, Nash
ville, Louisville Cincinnati, and back to
Baltimore.” Isn’t it a great compliment
to have Jackson mixed in with the large
cities mentioned above ? Does it ueed
any better recommendation for push
and enterprise tnan to be couuted
among cities of fifty and hundreds
•of thousands population? We are
pr )ud of our town, and our heart beats
with pride when such compliments as
the above are bestowed upon it. We
have one among the best towns iu Geor
gia, and our people are wide awake to
the fact that we must still keep pushing,
and it goes without saying that within
six mouths from today we will have a
paid up stock for the purpose of erecting
a cotton factory, and other enterprises.
Then watch Jackson spread herself ! It
will take the combined surplus of sever
al national banks to purchase a building
lot withiu telegraph distance of the pub
lic square! We are on the move, and
the moss-backs and croakers may as
well stand back and give us room, for
we are headed toward a cotton lactoiv,
aud if the traces don’t break it wont be
many days before we get there !
HIS LAST SERJIOS.
Rey. W. T. Bell preached his last ser
mon at the Methodist church in this
city on Sunday last. Mr, Bell is a tine
minister and we dislike very much to
part with him. He is an affable and
pleasant gentlemau, aud is bound to
make frieuds in whatever commum y
lie is cast. He goes from here to t e
pastorate of the church at Thomaston,
Ua., and we heartily commend him to
the people of that town. Mi. Bell as
many warm friends in Jackson who aie
loath to see him leave us, and we sin
cerely trust that he will meet that
hearty welcome iu his new home w nc
he so justly deserves. The conference
realized the ability of Mr. Bell, in as
muon as his new pastorate pays him an
increase of $200.00 per year more than
he received as minister at Jackson. e
leaves this community with the es
wishes of his scores of admirers that his
pathway through life may be strewn
with happiness aud contentment, or
there was ever a minister in ae son
who endeayered to expound the gospe
with a feeling interest in his woi , a
Spedals in hs Goods!
For 10 days from this date:
All wool double width Dress Flannels
all Colors, was 50c, now 35c.
One piece, 40 inch, all wool Myrtle
Satin Henrietta, sold by others for
$1 00, our price is 62>£ cents per
One piece brown, 40 inch, all wool
heavy diagonal Cashmere, was 75c
to go at 47|a c per yard.
gentlemen is certainly our retiring
minister, Rev. W. T. Bell.
The Rev. C. C. Carey will serve the
church at Jackson, and we congratulate
ourselves in having secured the servi
ces of such au able divine. He has a
national reputation for his pointed and
eloquent way of putting his gospel ser
mons before his congregation. Mr.
Carey is no small man, possessing as he
does broad and liberal views. We pre
dict another year of prosperity for the
Methodist church under his conservative
and firm administration.
That all who have ever given the
subject any thought wants a county
court in Butts county, witn a salaried
judge is an admitted fact. Our people
dout want acourt on the fee system or
anything, as to chat matter that should
be a peifectly disinterested party like a
judge. But when our taxes go jup and
lazy criminals are fed in our jail for
twelve months, we realize that there
snould be some shorter way to justice
and an impartial couuty court is that
way. We cannot give the justice court
more jurisdiction without a constitution
al convention, it leaves the one remedy:
A couuty court with a salaried judge.
IiEJIOCRATS AMD IS'EGHOES.
Col. Dempsey has given two of our
oolored meu work in the legislature.
Joe White has been there all the while
at two dollars a day. Alex Thurman
went up Monday to go to work. It
pays to stick to the white folks.
helped by competition.
In view of the concerted attempt of (
envious competitors to injure the busi
ness of the company who are circulating
the Encyclopaedia Britaunica in Geor
gia, by making it appear that the work
is filled with slanders on the south, the
recent report of a reputable and repre
sentative committee from the Confeder
ate Veteran’s Association must be ac
cepted as a great victory for the mana
gers of the Atlanta Constitution Ency
The committee composed of such men
as Col. W. L. Calhouu aud others,whose
loyalty cannot be questioned, aftei a
full investigation into the charges made,
reported that the same were without
foundation, and gave their indorsement
to the work as being a representative
There are editions of the Bntanuica
that are very predjudical to the south,
and for this reason the Commerce
fused, at first, to indorse the woik t
is now being advertised in this *>tate
Butin view of the many strong - in '
dorsemeuts of this edition, from the
best people in the south, we see no lea
son why it should not have been indoised
by us as it was by other papers and
wUUout any rink of doing the nl.gh.t
iniustice to our readers.— B. M. Biacx
bum's editur.nl in The Atlanta Cummer
WHEREWITHAL SHALL YE BE CLOTHED? AT
One piece Garnet, 45 inch all wool
Surah Serge only cents per
yard, was 75 ents.
One piec; Seal brown 45 Inch all
wool French Serge, was 90c per
\ aid, now 60 cents.
One piece 38 inch state Heavy French
Twilled Dress Flannel, was 65c to
go at 40c per yard.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Khumetism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and he was terribly reduced in
health and strength. Three bottles of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepard, Harrisburg, 711., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen’s Ar
nica ASalve, and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, 0.. had five
large fever sores on his leg, doctors said
he was incurable. Oue bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Bucklen’a Arnica
Salve cuied him entiiely. Sold by JR. G.
Bryans drug store.
All parties who owe L. R. Cason
will find their accounts in the
bank if requested to be put there,
otherwise you will find them in
hands of Col. F. Z. Curry, over
Crum’s store. We do not wish
to sue any one and therefore you
will please come forward and
settle at once, L. R. Cason.
Remember the cotton factory! Talk
it up! Work it up! And then drop a
little money in the slot and help us
build it up.
Jackson will soon have a cotton fac
tory, even if we have to sacrifice our of
fice towel as a coal shovel for the en
For pity’s sake, don’t giowl and gram*
ble because your are troubled with indi*
gestion. iVo good was was ever effected
by snarling and fretting. Be a man (un
less you happen to be a woman,) and
take Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, which will re
lieve you, whether man or woman.
Kolb, the third party candidate for
governor of Alabama, who has been
laboring under the hallucination that he
was elected, marched into Montgomery
oue day last week aud took the oath. It
is gratifying to know, however, that he
didu’t take the office; so if lie can get
any cousolation out of taking the oath,
the Abgcs is always willing to accord
the defeated candidate that privilege,
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE,
D. IP. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.
says that he has always keeps Dr. King’s
New Discovery in the house and his fami
ly has always found the very best results
follow its use; that he would not be with
out it, if procu>able. G. A Dykemnn-
Druggist, CatskiU; N. Y., says that Dr.
King’s New Discoveiy is undoubtedly the
cough remedy, that he has used it in his
family for eight years, and it has never
failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why
not try * remedy so long tried and tested
Trial bottles free at R. G. Bryans drug
store. Regular size 50c. and $L 00-
Shoes & Hr'ts
JUST ARRIVED !
WE ALSO CARRY
I LINE OF GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWIRE,4c
THAT WILL SELL THEM
VERT TRULY YOUR PRIENLS,
THE GLOBE'fIO 3 !, I G. HU, MIME, (Wr,
Col. T. C. Crenshaw, Jr., visited Col.
J. D. Watkins last week.
A word to the wise is sufficient, but a
fool needs the whole book.
Try Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral for your
asthma. It gives immediate relief.
It was amusing to see how many peo
ple stayed iu town on December Ist.
“Does she love music? “M—yes.
But not enough to stay away from the
Poets are boru, not made. The pre
sent market wouldn’t warrant their
As long as man can assign the proper
ty of his creditors over to his wife, mar
riage is not wholly a failure.
Word comes from all quarters that the
neatest and most satisfactory dye for col
oring the beard a brown or black ia Duck
inghams Dye for the whiskers.
Mr. W. S. Crawford, a citizen of Butts
county, who is 83 years old, has tax re
ceipts for every year since 33 iu his po
session now. Therefore, he is now in po
session of 60 receipts for that many
years. They are iu themselves a histo
ry of our county.
Parties owing M. V. MeKibben
must settle their notes as thev
fall due, or they will be in suit
©fiuer Q&iffeet (p&m .PfooL
Now is the season of the year to turn your land with the Oliver
Chilled Turn Plow; the best plow in the world.
OVER 25,000 OF THEM IU USE 111 THE STATE OF GEORGIA TO-DAY,
We Carry the following Sizes in stock :
No. 40. Heavy 2 horse. Turns a furrow 9x16. Weight 130 lbs. Pi ice, $9.50
No. 20. Medium 2-horse. Turns a furrow 7x13. Weight 112 lbs. “ 9.00
No. 19. Turns a furrow 6 1-2 x 12. Weight 100 lbs “ 8.50
No. C-o. Light 2-horse. Turns a furrow 6x12. Weight 100 lbs. . “ 8.50
No. 13. Turns a furrow 6xll. Weight 80 lbs “ 8.00
No. 10-0. Full size l-horse. Turns a furrow 5 1-2xll. Weight 70 lbs. “ 7.00
No. B. Medium 1-h >rse. Turns a furrow sxlo. Weight 65 lbs. . “ 6.00
No. Al. Light 1 horse. Turns a furrow 4 l-2xS. Weight 50 lbs. . “ 4.50
No. 52, Hillside Plow “ 10.00
SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO MERCHANTS. WE KEEP ALL THE REPAIRS
Clark© Hardware Company,
Atlanta, - - Georgia.
Write for our Gun and Sporting Goods Catalogue, embracing
eve ything in Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Hunting Clothing, etc,, mailed
free of charge.
40 inch all w ol Brown, Navy and
Green Hop Sacking, was 65 cents,
now only 45 cents. A special bar
Remember, that we have only a few
FrtLch dress patterns and will close
tnfcin out at a redaction of 33 I*3 per ct.
JUST RECEIVED—Another shipment
ot those lovely chenille table covers,
which we have decided to sell for 75c.
One lot Plaid Flannels, heavy, for cloaks,
this weeek only 60 cents.
The cheapest red and white Flannels to
be had in the South.
Miss Agnes Carmichael is visiting
frieuds at Decatur, Ga., this week,
Dr. Gardner has returned from South
Carolina and resumed his duties.
The Cleveland House has a parrot.
Many grown people never saw a parrot.
Mr. Herbert Jinks, who was accident
ally shot in Griffin not long since, was in
liart Shoes—try one pair and
you will have no other. For sale
at Star Store. 22-4 t
Cheap! Cheap!! Horses and
Mules for sale either for cash or
on time. Now is the time to get
them cheap. Call on M. L. Duke
Mr. E. H B rannen, a practical
machinist from Chattanooga i
now located in Butts county and
will fix anv kind of machinery for
\ou reasonably, that can be fixed
i outside of a factory. Call on or ad
dress E H. Brannen, Jenkinsbu rgh
Ga. 1 rn.
The Oil Mill Gtnner) will
be open every day until tlie
25th of December, 1894.
Money ain’t so plentiful in
these piping times of peace that
people care to waste it! When
one reflects how many hours M
labor, how many sacrifices and
self denials are enclosed within
the disc of that shining bit of
precious metal we call a “dollar,”
what wonder people hesitate to
part with it except for value
• COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Ordinary—J. F. Carmichael.
Sheriff—J. O. Beauchamp,
Deputy—J. W. Crawford.
Surveyor—B. J. Jinks,
Treasurer —T. L, Williams.
Tax Collector—T. J. Cole.
Tax Receiver—C. R. Carter.
Clerk Superior Court—Joe Jolly;
court 3rd Mondays in February
Road Commissioners—6ls G. M.
J. L, Barkley, H. G. Asbury, T. O,
Woodward; 613 G. M., J, M. Ball.
J, E. Hale, J. W. Fletcher; 609 G.
M., J. W. Minter, J. L. Pye, S. K.
Smith; 614 G. M., J. W. Holoway,
J. H. Cole, J. Van Wright; 552 G,
M., D. B, Moore. R. M. Harper, F.
M. Maddox; 612 G. M. f W. 0.
Crawley, Cornelius McCluare, T.
H. Nolan; 610 G, M., T. P. Bell,
R. M. Fletcher, J. G. Coldwell; 616
G. M., J. H. Maddox, J. J. Wilson,
J* C. Barnes.
Board of Education--W. M. Mal
let, A. G. Hitchens, J. T. Goodman,
D. N. Carmichael, J. M. McMichael.
E. E. Pound C, S. C.- Office in
Jury Commissioners—H. N. By*
ars.Obe Hendrick, W. B. Dozier,
L. J. Ball, T. P. Bell, Alex Atkin*
Justices Court—6ls Dist., R. A,
Woodward, J. P.; J. G, Kimbell.
613 Diet., H. L. Brown, 3, P.; H.
C. Thaxton, N. P,
609 Dist., W. A. Waldrup, J. P,;
Steye Moo e, N. P.
552 Dist. lames Jolly, J. P.; J.
M Maudox N, P.
612 Dist., Howard Ham, J. P.; F.
Z. Curry, N. P
610 Dist., .’J. Collins, J. P.; T.
P. Bell, N. T. P.
616 Diet., 0.8. Knowles, J, P.;
J. L. Barnet, N P.
614 Dist., A. H. Ogletree, J. P.;
W. F. Douglas, N. P.
Mayor E. E. Pound.
Council men—T. J. Lane, J. W. Car
michael, B. P. Bailey, T. M. Furlow.
Methodist—Rev. T. W. Bell, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 11 a.m., 7
pm. Prayer meeting every Wednes
Baptist —Rer. G. W. Gardner, pas
tor. ervices every Sunday at 11 a.
in. and 7 p.ro. Prayer meeting every
Presbyterian—Rev. Mr. Pharr, pas
lor. ever j 3rd Sunday at
11 a.m. and 7 p m., and every Ist
Sunday at 7 p.m.
F. & A. M.—Chapter meets2ud and
4th Monday nights. Blue Lodge, Ist
and 3rd Monday nights
Redmen—2nd and 4th Tuesday
nights in each month.
Fair Notice — All my long
standing notes and accounts will
be put out for collection Dec. Ist.
I need the money and am com
pelled to do this. 22-2 t
G. S. Hanes, Jeweler,
Jeans Pants from 50c to sl-25 pair. -
Hats from 25c to $2.25.
Clothing from $2 50 suit to S2O.
Shoes from 25c pair to $5.00 pair.
6 lbs. good Coffee for SI.OO.
20£ tbs. Best Granulated Sugar for SI.OO.
Best Fancy Patent Floor only $2.90 bbl.
Good Tobacco only 25c per lb.
Some second hand buggies for
sale cheap at Thornton’s Livery
Fin Crayu Pittas.
After October Ist, anyone who
has photographs taken by me to
the amount of $5,00 will receive
free a handsome life size portrait
of themselves or any relative they
may desire enlarged. These pic-*
iures are all nice work and cost
from $3.50 to SB.OO anyhwere.
Remember now any one family
having $5.00 worth of Photo
graphs gets FREE one of these
handsome crayon portraits. I
will furnish you with a nice gilt
frame for from $2.50 upward.
Now is the the opportunity of
your life to secure a bargain.
J. B. GUTHRIE,
Opp. Argus office, Jackson, Ga.
J. D. Watkins,
Attorney at Law.
*HI Business Promptly Attended to.
Office in Watkins Hall,
For Old and Young(pnH
Appetite, Ijj* M
REMOVE THAT P* |S
And Make the Weak Strong.
It enriches the blood and invigorates
every organ and tissue of the body.
&Hres others, will cure you