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CARROLL FREE PRESS.
CARROLLTON, GA., Ji nk 27, ’84
It is stated that nearly 1,300 cases
are standing for trial at the Octo
ber term of Fulton Superior Court.
Regular trains commenced run
ning on the East and West rail
road, running from Cartersville to
Cross Plains, Alabama, on Sun
And now we see it stated that
the temperance folks will have a
convention in Atlanta on the fourth
Thursday in July.
The new boat being built at West
Point, for the navigation of the
Chattahoochee up to Franklin, is
rapidly nearing completion. It is to
be called Franklin.
Mrs. John H. Seals, wife of the
proprietor of the Sunny South, At
lanta, died at the home of her hus
band in that city, on last Saturday
The LaGrange Reporter of the
19th inst says that that venerable
Baptist minister Rev. Hugh Car
michael, died suddenly at his home
at Hickory Flat, Chambers county
on the Saturday before. Mr. C was
well known in western Georgia,
as he lived a'number of years in
In the walking match between
Atlanta and Macon on last Tuesday
in the former city, Macon won the
second and fifth prizes and Atlan
ta the others. Prater the Atlanta
champion made 37 miles and 10
laps in 0 hours.
In the election 911 the bridge
question at Franklin, “Bridge’'
carried the day by an overwhelm
ing vote. The News did not give
the votes for the sake of the no
bridge men, who were so ignomin-
I n view of the shortness of the
oat crop and in order to supplement
it in the way of forage would it not
be a good idea to plant such forage
crops as will mature. Indian corn
sowed in drills four feet apart is re
commended, also peas sowed
either broad cast or in the drill.
It has been telegraphed all over
the country that the New York
Democratic state convention was
for Cleveland. The New York Sun,
which ought to be pretty good au
thority, seems to be uncertain ab
out that and says a careful exami
nation of the list of delegate casts
doubt upon this propsition. It thinks
if Cleveland is finally nominated,
it will not be because the New
York democracy want him, but be
cause tliev cannot do better.
A correspondent of the Atlanta
Constitution writing from Buchan
an on the 23rd inst, gives the fol
lowing account of a shooting at
that place : Friday night while the
justices court was in
session at this place an alter
cation occurred between J. 31. 31c-
Bride and W. J. Head, Sr. 31. J.
Head, son of W. J. Head, drew a
pistol and fired three shots shoo
ting Dr. Smith in the hand and
G.3I. Woodly, town marshal, in the
head. Both light wounds.
31r. Ben Russell of the Bain-
bridge Democrat, was a delegate
to the late State convention, and
when some fellow wanted a com
mittee of ten appointed to get up a
platform, the Constitution reports,
Ben as rising selemnly andenquir-
ring “what the democratic platform
is, ” which query it is stated was
greeted with applause, and upon a
motion totablethe resolution, itwas
done. We dont know whether the
action of the convention,in sitting
down upon the platform fellow was
complimentary to it or not. The in
ference might be drawn from this
incident, that the party had no prin
ciples, or it was afraid to attempt
a declaration of them, that itwas in
favor of anything to get into power
and after it got in, as some express
it, it would show its hand. If this
inference is correct and* thiswas the
motive that prompted the conven
tion to refuse to adopt a platform,
its action certainly will not meet
with the indorsement of all those
who are in favor of direct methods
in politics, as well as in everything
else. We are free to say, that so
far as we are concerned, that we are
no admirer of the 3Iacehiavellian
style of statesmanship. Expediency
may be a good thing but we be
lieve in a party showing its colors
It should not be ashamed of its
principles, if it has any, and it
should not be afraid to place them
where theyjmayjbe read and known
of all men. Now there are
certain principles of government
which we have .always been taught
the Democratic party professed and
which we believe are in harmony
with our republican institutions,
and if the party still hold to these
principles, which have been handed
down by the fathers, we see no ob
jection to enunciating them upon
all proper occasions, and we know
of no more fitting occasion than a
convention assembled upon the eve
of a presidential election to pro
claim its doctrines and to herald
forth to the world the true Demo
cratic principles It was the Ameri
can or Know Nothing party which
made itself the laughing stock of
the country in 1860, when afraid to
adopt a platform, enunciating def
initely what it believed, attempted
to hide itself behind the glittering
generality, that it was in favor of
“the union the constitution and the
enforcement of the laws.” As Some
fellow,wittily remarked at the time
it might as well have proclaimed
itself in favor of “Ya nkee Doodle
and the Star Spangled Banner.”
If the Democratic'national conven
tion, which meets next month,
should in imitation of the Georgia
Democracy, refuse to adopt a plat
form, or attempt to hide behind
some such glittering generality, as
the Know Nothing party did, it
would no doubt and justly too, be
come the laughing stock of the
country. Now we know Ben Rus
sell well enough to know that he is
not the man to be in favor of hy
pocrisy, expediency or indirection,
in politics or anything else, and
we rise to inquire why he sat
down upon that platform fellow ?
The present year has been a re
markable one in many respects
There have been more than the us
ual number of storms by land and
by sea. Shipwrecks have abounded
and commercial disasters have
strewn the shores with dismantled
crafts. Floods have drowned the
hopesjif farmers in the Southwest ;
and frost has t descended like a
scourge on the crops and gardens of
the North and East. But the storm
that will sweep the Republicans
from power in November will make
tilings even. The good will then
overbalance the evil.—Telegraph
We learn from the Atlanta Con
stitution that the preliminary de
tails! have been arranged for an ex
cursion of the Georgia Press asso
ciation and it is proposed that
the party leave Atlanta the 23rd
of July. The route is from Atlanta
to Roanoke, Va., thence over the
Shenandoah road to Baltimore.
Stops will be made at Luray Cave,
the Natural Bridge'and other places
of importance. It is stated that an
effort will be made to extend the
excursion to a point further north
3Iattie Lee Price, electro- mag
netic girl of Bartow,, has come to
greefin Cincinnati .through the
alleged misrepresentations of her
manager. 3Ir Harris, proprieter
of the mammoth museum of that
city, brought suit against her ..for
#1,000 damages. He claims that
he was made to believe that Miss
Price was the original Georgia el
ectro-magnetic girl, mistaking her
for the famous Lula Hurst, and that
since engaging her, physicians and
all scientific men, are unanimous
in the opinion that she has no elec
tric or magnetic power, but muscu
lar strength, guided by a cunning
knowledge of the power of gravita
Love is better than spectacles to
make everything g reat
We have heard of a considerable
row which occurred in the lower
part of the county last Tuesday. It
seems that 3Ir. 3Ionroe Gore some
time since sold a still to Elijah Rog
ers and William Humphreys, and
their failing to pay the money
when due he had the still attached.
The purchasers found out where the
officers had placed it and took pos
session ef it. Last Tuesday Rog
ers Humphries and Henry Capps
met at Jack Smith (colored,s)
church and Rogers and Humphreys
accused Capps of having informed
Gore where they had concealed the
still. They got np a dispute over
this and Humphreys threw a rock
at Capps and ran into the'church
and began shooting through the
crack at him with a revolver.
Capps conclued that he would “run
home and get his gun,” and so sud
denly that in a few minutes he was
out of range of the shots.—Douglas-
To the members elect of the Dem
ocratic Executive Committee, of
Carroll County: The mass meeting
held in Carrollton on the first Tues
day, elected the following
Executive Committee for next two
Tenth District W C Adamson, 31
It Russell, George II West: Kan
sas, D N Tilman, J T Green; Sixth
District, It L Rowe, I E Cobb;
Fifth District W 31 Jones, Jack
Fassiier; Eleventh District J C
Shackleford, Jno Veal; Shiloh, E
W Harper,.! 31 Flecther; Seventh
District T D 3IcGuire, J T Aber
crombie; Lowell, S W 3Iillican
J W Burns; Bowdon, J II Word,
W II Barron; Whitesburg, C P
Cordon, Col. Holderness; Villa
Rica, J T Tolbert, A Cheeves;
Fair Play, J Z BeddingficUl, J T
Eady; Third District 3r 1) Wat
kins, J Hutcherson; New 31exi-
co J II L Benford, Word Jones;
Turkey Creek, H 31 Reid, G I)
It is necessary that an organization
be had as early as possible, as mat
ters of some importance demand
the prompt attention of the com-
ttljttev. It is especially desirable
that eyery member be present, and
participate in the organization. Af
ter consulting with many of the
committee, we assume the respon
sibility to request the committee
to meet in the Court House on the
first Tuesday in July at 11 o’clock
a. m. and we hope, every me., ber
will be present.
W. C. Adamson,
31. R. Russell,
C. P. Gordon.
For Everything that goes to make a
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Blanks of all kinds for sale
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To the Voters of Carroll County.
I announce myself a candidate for Or
dinary at the election for County officers
in January next.
With gratitude to the people for con
fidence and favor shown in the past, I
shall if elected, give my entire time and
attentjpn to the careful*discharge of the
duties of this responsible office.
I am agent for Cooper's celebrated en
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Before purchasing give me a call, as I
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A Tale of Two Crutches-
A Well Known Citizen of At
lanta Lays Down his Crutches.
I have only a few words to say, which
are to state that I have been confined to
my bed for two months with what was
called Nervous Rheumatism, or Sciatica.
I was only enabled to hobble about
occasionally by the use of crutches, and
in this condition I commenced the use of
B. B. B., four bottles of which enabled
me to discard the use of my cratches and
attend to business. I had previously used
all well recommended medicines without
relief. It lias been over two months since
using B. B. B., and I eo us ider myself
a permanently cured man.
J. 1\ Davis,
Atlanta, Ga. West End.
Frightful Nasal Catarrh,
PIECES OF BONE.
For four years I have been afflicted with
a very troublesome catarrh of the head
So terrible has its nature been that when
I blew my nose small pieces of bones
would frequently come out of my mouth
and nose. The discharge was’eopious and
at times exceedingly offensive. 3Iy blood
became so impure that my general health
was greatly impaired, with poor appetite
and worse digestion
Numerous medicines were used without
relief, until I began the use of B. B. B.,
and three bottles acted almost like magic.
Since their use not a symptom has returned
and I feel in every way quite restored to
health. I am an old citizen of Atlanta, and
refer to almost any one living on Butler
street, and more particularly to Dr. L, M.
Gillani, who knows of my eftse.
Mrs . Elizabeth Knott.
We will mail on application to auyonein-
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experienced in a short time." Ask your
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you convincing proof of the great merits
of the French Wine Coca. For sale by
DkJ. S. Pkmbkkton & Co., Atlanta,
Ga., sole Proprietors.
Dr. Pemberton's Triplex Liver Pills.
These celebrated Liver pills contain
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Dk . J. S. Pemberton & Co., Chem-
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LAMBERSON. FURMAN & CO.,
SOLE ACENTS REMINCTON SPORTINC GOODS,
281 & 283 BROADWAY,
H. LAMBERSON A CO.,
73 STATE STREET. CHICAGO. ILL.
RHUDY & SPURLOCK,
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Dry Goods of all kinds, Groceries, light and heavy,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing to fit anybody,
From the smallest boy to the largest man. Hardware,
Crockery and Glass ware of all kinds.
0 L’ve Atlanta Arrive
a 1 ♦Howell, Ga
Salt Springs, Ga
Villa Rica, Ga
Ed wards vi 14, Ala
All of these goods are for sale and we don't propose to be undersold by any one.
ITie public are earnestly invited to examine our goods and prices before burins;
elsewhere. We also sell the
LIGHT RUNNING, NOISELESS HARTFORD SEWING MACHINE,
Hie best in the market. Now a word to our friends who owe us. We are greatly
in need of the money due us, either for goods or guanos. We are compelled to set
tle up our indebtedness, and cant do so unless our friends who owe us conic to our
rescue. So please come up and settle and save cost.
We have just reeeived a fresh lot of GUANOS and ACIDS for WHEAT and
OATS. Come to see us one and all and you will find W. O. Perry and John 11.
Ward always on hand to show you goods. Respectfully,
RlIUDY & SPURLOCK.
♦Cook’s Springs, Ala,
FARMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
100 Cooking Stoves Just Received
3 20 p m.
10 20 p m.
6 00 a m.
Arr 12 20 p m.
5 20 a m.
10 00 p m.
Stoves off from last season, down low, and must be sold!
3 30 a m.
5 00 a m.
Sleeping Car on night trains between Atlanta aud
Jackson J10 35 p m.
Vicksburg Lve> 8 00 pm.
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In fact everything usually kept in a first class store, which wc propose to sell at
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