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The Jackson Herald.
ROBERT S. HOWARD, Editor.
FRIDAY MORNING, April *O, ISSI.
Atlanta proposes to be lighted with elec
It's thought that the deadlock in the Senate
will be broken the coming week.
The Gumming Clarion has no lack of po
etical talent in its editorial corps.
The Supreme Court lias decided that the
State depository law is constitutional.
Congressman Manning, of Mississippi,
■said, in a recent interview, that, in case
Mahone succeeded in Virginia, “ Felton was
ready in Georgia.”
Notice has been served that the scats of
fifteen or sixteen Democrats from the South
are to lie contested when the House of
The Supreme Court adjourned on the 25th
instant, to meet again in September next.
It is said that this is the longest vacation the
Court has had in fifteen years.
The Waycross and Jacksonville railroad
was completed on the 25th instant. This
route will shorten the time between Savannah
and Jacksonville, Fla., six hours.
Joe Brown is making reputation right
along, and thpre is no telling where he will
**top in his political career. It is hinted that
lie would make a good Presidential candidate
an the next race.
The city of New York is tired of being
•ruled by the politicians at Albany, and pro
pose to kick out and form anew State by
taking several of the adjoining counties with
like tastes and proclivities.
The prospect for a tremendous overflow in
the Lower Mississippi valley is, unhappily,
very faverable, and the destruction ofproperty
will doubtless be great. There are mountains
of snow in the Northwest to be thawed into
The Treasurer of tbe DeLesseps Canal
Company has defaulted and absconded with
$30,000,Q00 of the Canal funds. There is
"dso considerable dissatisfaction amongst the
employees in regard to the prices that they
are charged for supplies, &c.
Augusta has another cotton factory enter
prise on hand. It is to be called the King
Cotton Manufacturing Companj*, in honor of
the Hon. -John P. King, of that city. There
is no doubt but what the necessary capital
can be raised, and that the factory will be
Imilt in a few months.
The latest news is that the Louisville and
Nashville railroad is the controlling spirit in
the \Y adlej- syndicate. Now, wc would much
rather have known that Mr. Wadley was
working on his own hook, and that his com
pany was to be an independent one. The
Louisville and Nashville company is not dis
posed to do the fair thing every time, and
when it gets all of its plans consummated it
will put on the screws in order to get the
money to pay the large dividends it has pro
mised unimportant roads to secure control of
them. A big crash may be expected at any
time, as the combination has evidently got
more than it can chaw.
There is now in the vaults of the treasury
department a larger amount of gold than was
ever known to be in one place in the history
of modern times, and probably more than
could be authenticated as existing in a single
treasury at any time before in the world.
There is now about $173,000,000 of gold coin
and bullion, exclusive of some $55,000,000
in silver, while the Rank of England has only
about $75,000,000 in gold. What is more
singular is that it stays in the vaults, no
matter what the deoiand recently, for as fast
ns it is paid out it returns, showing that as
Jong as confidence is maintained it is not a
Mr. Speer concluded to come home this
week, and before he left Washington City he
dicided that it would be best for him to call
upon Secretary Wiudom, of the Treasury
Department. While visiting this gentleman,
he was called to account by Green B. Rum,
lUommissiouer of Internal Revenue, for inter
fering in the removal of Mr. Andrew Clark,
Collector of Internal Revenue for this Dis
trict. Mr. Rum was rather abusive, not only
to Mr. Speer, but also alluded to some of his
friends. Mr. Speer gave the whole matter
the lie, but did not attempt a personal en
counter. This is what he gets for exercising
himself about Radical office holders in Geor
On last Wednesday Judge Howard and Mr.
James E. Randolph went up to the railroad
and met Col. Candler. The situation was
reviewed, and, upon the whole, pronounced
lovely. Col. Candler says that the first section
will be graded and ready for the cross ties
and iron in ninety days. About sixty hands
are at work on the first ten miles, and the
contractors arc moving dirt at a lively rate.
Mr. lUackstock, the contractor on the last
ten miles, has not as many hands at work,
but expects to have an increase of force in a
few days, and arrangements are on foot to
keep the grading on this end of the line up
with the Gainesville end. Col. Candler is
negotiating for an engine and cars, and we
may be able to report a purchase in a few
days. It is the intention of the Directors to
have an engine and cars ready as soon as the
grading is completed. The enterprise is in as
healthy a condition as could be expected, and
there is nothing in the way to retaind its
completion except the delaj' with our people
about paying up their assessments. This is
the only matter that can now delay the matter.
We would urge upon them the necessity of
prompt action in the matter, and by all means
do not let it be said that, by our delay, we
hindered the early completion of the project.
The Completion of the Northeastern.
The following account of the terms of the
lease of the Northeastern by the Richmond
& Danville railroad are copied from the
Atlanta Constitution of the 26th instant. In
our judgement the terms are exceedingly
liberal to Athens, and will no doubt be ac
cepted by the Athenians:
On yesterday evening Dr. 11. 11. Carlton,
city attorney of Athens, came on from
Richmond, where he had been for the pur
pose of closing the trade with the Richmond
and Danville road, by which the North
eastern road is to be extended to Knoxville.
A representative of the Constitution was on
board the train and got the details of the con
tract from Dr. Carlton :
It is an exceedingly good one for Athens.
The city owns SIOO,OOO worth of stock in the
Northeastern road. This stock she has
deposited with a board of trustees composed
of Richmand and Danville men and Dr.
Carbon. It is held in perpetual trust for the
city of Athens, and all dividends earned on
it will be paid over to the city of Athens.
The trustees vote the stock, of course, but
agree in consideration of this, that they will
extend the road by the Ist of next January
to Clarksville—by the Ist of July, 1882, to
Tallulah falls, and within five years through
Rabun Gap. This of course means Knoxville.
The Richmond and Danville company guaran
tees to pay the interest on the bonds out of
the first year’s receipts of the road ; to keep
it in good running order, and to guarantee
Athens the same freight rates given to Atlanta
It was at first proposed to give the SIOO,OOO
to the Richmond and Danville road as a bonus,
but through the devotion of Dr. Carlton and
his determination, only the power to vote the
stock was given, and it still remains the
property of Athens. Another most important
concession gained by Dr. Carlton is that the
Richmond and Danville company only calls
for SIOO,OOO of the $200,000 voted by the city
of Athens to the Northeastern road. The
remaining SIOO,OOO is left unembarrassed, and
with this Athens proposes to build a road
from Athens to Madison or whatever point
on the Georgia road the Macon and Brunswick
extension will touch. This will give Athens
a full through line from Knoxville to Bruns
wick, Georgia, and will make it a great city.
Dr. Carlton says that the Richmond and
Danville people agree to iron and equip this
road from Athens to Madison (or other
Georgia railroad point) if the people of Athens
will grade it, and he says that the SIOO,OOO
which is available at once will be enough to
grade it. lie thinks work will be begun on
this road within a verj' short time.
We congratulate Athens heartily and sin
cerely on her good luck. The plucky and
manly fight she made in getting the North
eastern built is only bringing its just fruits.
When a people turn in and help themselves
they never lack for help from oqtside. That
the new line will add vastly to the importance
of Athens as a commercial and distributing
point cannot be doubted, and there will be no
one who will watch the growth of the classic
city with more pleasure than her big sister at
this end of the Air-Line. Athens, however,
will little deserve her good fortune if she does
not properly appreciate the work done by Dr.
Henry Carlton in tbe matter by the North
eastern road. He lias been its protecting
genius ever since its inception. As councif
man he called the meeting that amended its
charter so as make it efficient; as legislator
he watched its interests through several
session of the house ; as its friend he did more
than all others to get its bonds signed, and
thus save it from ruin, and now as city
attorney he makes the contract that ensures
its completion and puts Athens on the high
road, lie laid out to the writer the very plan
that has now been successful early last
summer, and with the exception that he
treated then with the Air-Line instead of the
Richmoue and Danville road. It may be
mentioned that one of the items of the con
tract with tho Richmond and Danville road
is that it will never permit the control of the
Northeastern to pass into the hands of the
Georgia road or of persons controllihg the
same. The effect of the extension will be to
give Atlanta a uew line to Knoxville and a
shorter route to the coal fields than she yet
Says the Pike Comity News: “Sheriff
Bussey, Who is not only one of the best Sheriffs
in the State but the best detective, captured
Alfred Clark, alias Charley Gra}', colored,
who answers the description of the man who
murdered a gentleman in Troup county in
the year 1877 by the i ame of Stewart while
he was chopping wood in his yard about dark.
The assassin fled the country, and nothing
was known of his whereabouts until Sheriff
Bussey arrested him in Oxford, Alabama, a
few days ago and brought him to this State,
and delivered him to the proper authorities
of Troup county. Sheriff Bussey was in Ala-
bama some two months ago on other business,
but learned that this man had been making
his brags that * lie wa9 a bad nigger,’ and had
killed a man in Georgia with a shotgun while
the man was chopping wood in his yard, but
be could not call to mind where the crime
was committed. So he wrote to every Sheriff
in the State, making inquiries if such a crime
hud been committed in his county, and re
ceived the desired information. lie returned
tp Alabanm and made the arrest.”
The Dublin Gazette publishes a statement
about a big eater in Laurens county, which
sounds incredulous, but which that paper
asserts, on the authority of indisputable
evidence, to bq an o’er true tale. His name
is Brantley, and the Gazette says on one oc
casion he ate at one meal a ham weighing
fifteen pounds, two dozen hard boiled eggs,
sixteen cups of coffee, a medium sized turkey
and a chicken pic containing two whole chick
ens, besides other ingredients of a stew. This
meal, he saj T s, made him sick, but he recov
Saj’s the Covington Star : “We have made
repeated inquiries of several of our most
prominent and reliable farmers as to whether
we would have any fruit this year, and, we
are pleased to state, while the information wc
gleaned from them leads us to believe that
tie peach crop will be very short in this
county, that there arc a few trees which
escaped the late severe freezes, and, if we have
no more frost, wc can safely count on a few
peaches this summer. Apples, plums, cherries
and blackberries will be more plentiful,
Coffee County Gazette : “On Sunday morn
ing last at Arnold, an altercation took place
between F. M. Mayne and his wife, in which
he drew a pistol and threatened to kill her.
While in the act of firing, Charlie Johnson,
standing near, grabbed the weapon, and was
shot through the hand for his trouble. The
next day a warrant was sworn out for May ne’s
arrest, but he had skipped. He was married,
but a short time ago, and it is said he has
several other wives living, one in Brooks and
another in Berrien, with the remainder of the
counties in the State to hear from. The
Sheriff of Brooks has a warrant now in his
possession for Mayne, and would like much
to serve it on him. It would be well for our
exchanges to pass the fellow around, and warn
the gentler sex of him.”
Dublin Gazette : “We gave, in last week's
issue of the Gazette . the particulars of two
heinous crimes, in both of which a man named
William Connell was the principal actor. Since
writing the article, we have learned the par
ticulars of his attempted escape, which has a
little of the coloring of romance. When the
officer, with several citizens, went to his house
to make the arrest, Connell ‘got wind’ of the
affair, and at once began the run for liberty.
He was chased for several miles and was lost
sight of, but the officer was able to track him,
and did so until he reached a large pond. Here
hope seemed lost; but still, noldaunted, the
search was continued, and in looking around
a large log, something resembled, and did
prove to be the nose of a man ; and here lie
had remained for an hour or more witli just
enough of tbe nostril out to get a little breath,
lie was soon drawn from the depths and placed
where he belonged.”
A NEW KhTd OF WATCH CASE.
New because it is only within the last few years
that it has been improved and brought within the
reach of every one ; old in principle because the
first invention was made and the first patent taken
out nearly twenty years ago, and cases made at
that time and worn ever since, are nearly as good
as new. Read the following which is only one of
many hundreds, your jewelers can tell of similar
Mansfield, Pa% May 2S, 1878.
T have a customer who has carried one of Boss’
Patent cases fifteen years and 1 knew it two years
before he got it, and'it now appears good for ten
R. E. OLNEY.
Remember that Jas. Boss’ is tbe only patent
case made of two plates of solid gold (one outside
and one inside) covering every part exposed to
wear or sight, the great advantage of these plates
over electro-gilding is apparent to every one. Boss’
is the only patent case with which there is given
a written warrant, of which the following is a fac
\ THiaisiSCtßTirYTHtr ncACWVPANr.Na C ts&f
See that you get the guarantee with each case.
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue.
N<m\ ITIISTANDING the heavy inroads up
on our stock, wc still keep enough of
on hand to supply our customers, and shall con
tinue to add to the same as the requirements of
the trade demand.
WE ARE STILL OFFERING
Staple Dry Goods
Call and price. We will take pleasure in show
ing our stock.
A. H. BROCK & CO.
Jefferson, Ga., April 29th, 1881.
Yourselves by making money
JLA J 4 Mr when a golden chance is offer
ed, thereby always keeping poverty from your
door. 1 hose who always take advantage of the
good chances for making money that arc offered,
generally become wealthy, while those who do
not improve such chances remain in poverty. We
want many men, women, boys and girls to work
for us right in their own localities. The business
will pay more than ten times ordinary wages.
Wc furnish an expensive outfit and all that you
need, free. No one who engages fails to make
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Full information and all that is needed sent free.
Mitt J- t'g _LWfU,A Alaimi
By MEDICINE NOT A PjMNKTj
Mollu'rs Wives, Haiiglilcrs Sons Fa
fliers, ministers, M'eneliers, Itnsim'ss
.lien, Farmers, Mechanics, AFF should he
warned against using and introducing into their
HOMES Nostrums and Alcoholic Remedies.
Have no such prejudice against, or fear of, “ Wai
ner's Safe Tonic Hitters.” They are what
they arc claimed to be—harmless as milk, and
contain only medicinal virtues. Extract of Choice
Vegetables only. They do not belong to that class
known as “ Cure-Alls,” but only profess to reach
cases where the disease originates in debilitated
frames and impure blood. A perfect Spring
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A TlorongMßlood Purifier. A Tonic Appetizer.
Pleasant to the taste, invigorating to the body.
The most eminent physicians recommend them
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Trial Size, .lOc. Full Size (largest in market) sl.
For fhe Kiilncys, Fiver mill Urinary
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H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
Will give an entertainment in
(Next to the Herald Office)
ON THE NIGHT OF
May 7, 1881.
The public are cordially invited to attend. The
programme will be amusing and enjoyable, and
nothing will he said or done that could displease
the most fastidious.
Admission—Adults, 25c.; Children, 15c.
The proceeds will be donated to the Sunday
Schools of Jelfersbn.
Doors open at 7A o’clock P. M.
Coffins 1 Coffins!
I WILL keep on band, in Jefferson, a full sup
of all sizes, and at prices to suit the times. Every
effort will be made to serve parties promptly and
api 29 W. A. WORSHAM.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS, BITCHU, MANDRAKE,
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Will be paid for a case they will not cure or
help, or for anything Impure or Injurious
found in them.
Ask jour druggist for Hop Bitters and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
D T. C. Is an absolute and irresistible cure for
Drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and
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made the big stores big? They were all “ little ones” once. Ten years ago we occupied what
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Certainly not possession of any secrets of business ; certainly not advertising, though that has con
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Pleasing the public means having just what the people want at the
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This policy is the one we have pursued for the last ten years. The attractions which we offer in
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Also, all kinds of FARM TOOLS, PLOWS, HOES, RAKES, FORKS, Etc.
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