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The Jackson Herald.
ROBERT S. HOWARD. Editor.
FRIDAY ifIOR.YI.YG, July 29, 1881.
Yellow fever is epidemic in most of the
ports of the Gulf of Mexico, with the ex
ception of those in the United States.
It has occurred to us that speaker Bacon
is profuse in his liberality in regard to sharing
the honors of the Chair with brother members.
To day the astronomers expect the arrival
of another comet (Bucko's) with which they
are well acquainted, and it is regarded with
peculiar interest in the scientific world. It
will be only visible by means of a telescope
until sorao time in October, when it can be
seen with the naked eye.
Gov. Roberts, of Texas, is meeting with
censure because !:e would not consent to or
der a thanksgiving over the escape of the
President. llis reason was that he had no
right to order religious services where church
and State are separate in their functions.
We agree with the Governor in the main, yet
think that he could have well afforded to
make the necessary order fn the present in
The Senatorial fight in the New York Le
gislature ended last week in the election of
the caucus nominee of the half-breeds, E. G.
Lapham. In speaking of the two new Sena
tors from that State, the New York Sun uses
the following: “Neither Mr. Lapham nor
Mr. Miller is a great man —so far as they
have given U 9 opportunity to judge of their
size. Neither of them is a statesman—so far
as we can judge by their career in politics.
Neither of them is an orator— so far as can
be judged by anything that is known of their
speeches, if either of them ever made a
speech. Neither of them possesses any ob
servable powers of mind—so far as their
powers have been observed. Neither of them
has been a leader of the Republican party—
so far as its leadership is anywhere on record.
Neither of them has identified himself with
any public policy, though one of them, if not
both of them, could tell an interesting story
of the profitableness of private policy in po
litical life. We cannot give the people of the
State any satisfactory reason why Mr. Lap
ham was yesterday elected a Senator of the
United States, or why Mr. Miller was elected
last Saturday. Mr. Lapham, however, will
be watched with interest in the Senate, and
hn conduct will be watched when he takes
his seat, and performs its duties, as the suc
cessor of Senator Conkling. Mr. Lapham is
of Canandaigua, but we must give bis bio
graphy accurately by saying that he was born
at Farmington, in this State. Ilis birth took
place in the year 1814, and on the 18th of
October, so that he is now sixty-seven years
of age. He was brought up on a farm, be
came a lawyer, and has been a member of
Congress for three successive terms, though
we should not have known the last-mentioned
fact if we had not found it in the Congres
Senator Hill in the Hands of the Surgeons.
A Philadelphia special to the Baltimore
Sun says: “Senator B. 11. Ilill, of Georgia,
passed through this city Tuesday, en route
for Cape May. He returned the same day in
company with Dr. S. D. Gross, with whom he
consulted about an affection of his mouth, of
the character of which the Senator was
ignorant. It proved to be epithelioma, and
Dr. Gross consulted with Dr. Pancoast, when
an immediate operation was decided on. It
took place at one o’clock Wednesday, and
Dr. Gross has communicated the following
letter to the editor of the Press :
“Jefferson Medical College Hospital,
July 20.—1n response to your inquiry, I would
say that Senator B. 11. Hill, of Georgia, was
most successfully operated upon to-day, at
2 o’clock p. m., at this hospital, for epithe
lioma. This affection, which formed inside
the mouth, has been in progress about eigh
teen months, without the patient being aware
of its dangerous character. During the opera
tion. while under the influence of ether, the
Seuator lost no blood of any account, and ex
perienced no shock. The patient is doing
admirably well, and the prospects are good
for a rapid and permanent recovery.
“ A. D. Gross.”
Epit helioma, a physician said, is a technical
name for a cancer of the epithelium, or mucous
membrane. In the instances where is appears
in the mouth, it is most frequently found,
perhaps, at the junction of the skin and
mucous membrane. Senator Hill’s cancer was
probably in this region, or within the lower
lip. Excessive smoking, particularly of a
pipe, sometimes produces epithelioma. It is
not so dangerous in the mouth as in some
lather parts of the body, for instance, in the
Stomach, because it is accessible to the knife
of the surgeon. In the process of formation
the cancer causes great inconvenience, and
possibly loss of sloop and appetite. If the
cancer is dealt with in the early stage, and
by a competent surgeon, it is possible to
eradicate it, and Seuator Hill may reasonably
hope that he u permanently cured.
THE WORK OF OUR SOLONS.
Our law makers and repealers aro still hard
at work, to-wit: four hours each day. But
then the committee work is exceedingly
heavy, and this takes up the balance of the
time, except a little while just before day for
Most of the important matters have been
brought before the House, and are in soak in
some of the various committee rooms (and
by the wn}\ here is where all of the real legis
lation is done.)
The report of t lie Penitentiary investigating
committee has stirred things up considerably.
While they reported no exceptional cases of
cruel treatment, yet there were reasons to
warrant them in suggesting more legislation
to protect the convict's few remaining rights.
Brown called for a special com
mittee to go up to the Dade coal mines and
take a look at his system. This was appoint
ed, and the Senator carried them up under
iiis own supervision and made them have a
jolly time. Somebody gave a banquet in
Chattanooga, and the committee was so well
pleased with the way things were operated at
the coal mines that they concluded to go to
Nashville and sec how they were treating our
convicts up there, and at the same time en
quire about Tennessee's fine capitol building.
They have not got to work on the Railroad
Commission bill yet. This part of the job is
It is thought best, in view of the many
changes, to make anew Code, and a proposi
tion of that kind is before the House.
Somebody wants tli3 fees for marriage li
cense raised, but we hardly think it will pass.
And by the way, there is a disposition to
raise most of the fees and salaries of the go
vernment officials. That cheap Constitution
don’t work so well as was expected.
The number of bills introduced in regard
to the 9ale of spirituous liquors is unusually
large, and if passed upon separately, would
keep the Legislature busy until Christmas.
Certainly, out of all of them, one general law
can be digested that will meet all of the es
A bill has been introduce ! to change the
time of the county elections to the same day
that tbe Governor and members of the Gen
eral Assembly are elected. We are not yet
able to judge as to its fate, but wo are in
clined to the opinion that it would be a good
The interest law has not been up j’et, but
from what we can gather, its friends are hard
at work for that unjust measure.
Some efforts have already been made to
determine when they would adjourn, but as
yet nothing definite in that direction can be
determined upon, a9 new business continues
to come in, with no prospects of its stopping.
We note that one of our immediate Repre
sentatives, Col. Silraan, has introduced seve
ral bills changing parts of tbe Code.
Just at this time matters and measures are
in a chaotic condition, and it is a bard mat
ter to tell wliat will be law and what will be
rejected, but by next week the concern will
commence turning out tbe genuine article.
Letter from Logansvilfe.
Logansville has the brag crops of North
east Georgia. The outlook for a fine harvest
is more promising than it has ever been. When
the place gets a railroad from Covington, as
it undoubtedly will soon, it will make its
The school is flourishing, although some of
the students are kept out by measles, sore
Prof. Dobbins wears a duster and hoop
skirts. Tie back not acceptable.
The new Baptist church at this place is
ready for worship, and is a roomy, comfort
able building. The Methodist's building has
heretofore been used by both denominations.
Mr. N. B. Brand threshed thirty-two bushels
of wheat off of one acre of land. Who can
beat it ?
The peach and apple crop in this section is
J. J. Floyd is a good linguist. It is current
ly reported that he used seven different forcible
languages when the cows got into his water
melon patch on the night of the 14th inst.
A hail storm passed over on the 14th,
damaging some fields considerably.
Logansville and vicinity has not suffered
from drouth for twenty years.
The farmers around Jug Tavern and within
a few miles of this place have suffered greatly
from the dry weather.
The horse which Mr. Harvey Johnson, of
Jefferson, keeps in a swing is rivaled by '* old
Bob,” of this place, owned by Mr. Ben Bras
well. He has been long known as a turkey
squirrel, i and opossum hunter. Some time
since he contracted the habit of kicking
when ever his tail caught in the harness, and
“ Uncle Ben” cut off that useful appendage.
Some weeks since “ old Bob” ran away while
hitched to a plow, detached himself from the
plow, and while running became entangled in
the traces, which threw him, cutting both fore
knees badly. “ Uncle Ben” kept him in a
swing until he could walk, and now, although
he is nearly well, watches over him closely.
Land here sells for from $20.00 to $200.00
per acre. Tell Bill Hunter to come over.
We will give him a plantation and wife.
There is much excitement here over the
prohibition question. There are four saloons
here, and they will make strenuous efforts to
maintain their present standing. They will
probably “ whip the fight.”
We are prepared to state that there are
more babies and better lungs around Bay
Creek than any other place or places ever
can or ever did muster. Fag.
Logansville, Walton Cos., Ga.
Gray I lairs are Honorable, but their prema
ture appearance is annoying. Parker’s Hair
Balsam is popular for cleanliness and promptly
restoring the youthful color.
A few days ago a negro girl, about twelve
years of age, who lived on Mr. Robert Rood's
place, in Stewart county, was carelessly hand
ling a can of kerosene oil, when it exploded,
setting her clothing on fire. The flames were
extinguished, but the girl soon died from the
effects of her injuries.
Gwinnett Herald : “ John Jordan, one of the
prisoners who broke jail recently, was caj
tured by the police force.in Atlanta last week,
and Sheriff Patterson, on Saturday, brought
him home securely chained, and he is now in
jail, and will probaby remain there until he
has an opportunity to attend one of Judge
Walton News : “The killing of the negro
woman near Walnut Grove, some ten days
ago, bids fair to furnish at least two subjects
for the gallows. She was killed to make way
for another marriage, and the husband of the
murdered woman is in jail with tbe murderer.
Ue is said to be sixty years old. Two women
and one man will be tried for this crime.”
Middle Georgia Times: “Mr. R. G. Matthews
presented us this week with a sprig from a
pear tree which, in a space of about six inches
contained sixteen well developed pears. They
were of A. J. Williams, J une variety, and were
grown in Mr. Matthews' orchard. lie has one
of the largest orchards in this section, which
contains every variety of fruit grown in this
Toccoa News : “ The whooping cough con
tinues to struggle with numbers of our little
people, and a few of our big ones yet. The
disease is terrible upon young children, and
is said to be of the severest type known to the
oldest inhabitants. While we have heard of
no death from the disease in this community,
still it amounts to a calamity in view of the
great suffering it inflicts upon the ch’ldrcn.”
Barnesville Gazette: “A horrible affair oc
curred on a plantation near White Sulphur
Springs, in Meriwether county, a few days
since. The house of Henry Green, colored,
was burned, and threo children, being locked
up in the house, were burned alive. It is
thought that the house was set on fire to cover
a theft of twenty-five dollars, which Green was
known to have had.”
Dublin Gazette: “One day last week Sir.
W. S. Andrews was seining with a party for
fish, and while his hand was under the water
near an old stump or tree, he was bitten by
a large moccasin. Mr. Andrews, we under
stand, has suffered excruciating pain. Ilis
hand is swollen to thrice its usual size in only
a short while. At this writing, we learn that
he is improving, and is thought to be beyond
danger. This does away with the theory that
snakes cannot bite while under water and out
of the soil. They arc dangerous any way,
even when dead.”
Americus Republican : “ Some portions of
this section are fearfully dry, while other por
tions have been amply blessed with rain. The
rains for two months past have been very
partial, falling here and there, and never gen
eral in their scope. Here in the immediate
vicinity of Americus the crops have been
greatly injured, and the dust and general dry
ness of tilings is almost intolerable. Gardens
are utterly ruined, and cotton is shedding,
while corn was caught by the dry weather
just as it was maturing. At points near here
plenty of rain has fallen.”
P. W. Jones, of Albany, steps to the front
with the first bale of the new Georgia crop.
It was delivered in Albany on the 22d instant.
A NEW kTnD 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
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as new. Read the following which is only one of
many hundreds, your jewelers can tell of similar
Mansfield, Pa., May 28,1878.
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before he got it, and it now appears good for ten
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In Parker’s Ginger Tonic, into a medicine of
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Farm for Sale.
I OFFER for sale my plantation, situated about
two miles and a half rrom Jefferson, on Curry’s
creek, containing one hundred and seventy-nvc
acres of upland and bottoms. Enough land open
for a four-horse farm, and in good state of cultiva
tion. Good dwelling and necessary out-houses,
orchards, itc. 1 will sell the present growing
crop and deliver possession at once. Persons de
siring a good farm, can get a bargain. Terms—
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I HAVE just put in operation a NEW SET-of
WHEAT RUCKS at the
and all of the machinery is in order to make first
class flour. Send your NEW WHEAT right
along, and 1 will give satisfaction.
JAMES E. RANDOLPH.
Jefferson, Ga., July Ist, 1881.
Boots and Shoes!
New S’noc Shop at Marler’s Old Office,
KEEP on hand best of material. Fine sewed
Boots and Shoes a specialty. My work needs
no talk from me. Give me a trial, and I will give
satisfaction. june 10 S. M. STARK,
Harmony Grove High School.
r PHE Fall Term of this school will open on
JL MONDAY, July 38th, and will close October
7th, 1881. Rates of tuition the same as hereto
fore. The tuition of pupils between the ages of
(5 and 18 will be credited by the pro rata of the
Public School Fund.
We hope that pupils will enter at the opening
of the school, that they may take an even start
with their classes. Respectfully,
july S M. L. PARKER,
AN OLD SATING
TELLS IIS THAT NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS!!
VERY TRUE; BUT WIIAT MADE THE
Men shake their heads now-a-days, and say the big stores arc eating up the little ones 8.,t i .
made the b!g stores big? They were all “ little ones” once. Ten years ago wc occupied wW
would be called at present a very small store. To-day wc devote at
TEN TIMES AS MUCH SPACE
to business as wc did in 1871. What has caused this
Enormous Growth. ?
Certainly not possession of any secrets of business; certainly not advertising, though that has con
tnbuted its share ; certainly not our location. There is only one explanation ;
Tireless Industry and Pleasing the Public.
Pleasing the public means having just what the people want at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
This policy is the one we have pursued for the last ten years. The attractions which wc offer i
the assortment, m the quality, and, above all, in the prices of our goods arc such that no ladv cm
resist going to *
CO HEIN" S’
For Latest Novelties in
Dress Gooffs, Dress Trimmings, New Carpets, New Shoes.
LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OP
'VV&IAS. •QVXVKSV.S, tOTELS
Ever shown in Athens.
Ladies’ Tics, Scarfs. Jabots. Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Ladies’ and Childrens’ Hose, Parasols, Um
brellas and Fans in all the newest and most elegant styles and designs.
Piques, Lawns, Linens, Cambrics, Mulls, Swissos in a larger variety at LOWER, PRICES thaw
any house in tho city. Ladies who want BARGAINS, New and Stylish Dress Goods,
New and Stylish Gloves, Parasols, Fans, to see all the Latest Spring
Fashions, are requested to call, as we have the FINEST
STOCK we have ever shown.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
Is complete for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION AT COHENS’,
For Men, Youths and Boys.
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
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Tn all qualities. Gents’ Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs. Cravats, Scarfs, in all the latest Styles
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us a call before purchasing elsewhere, and we will be sure to save you money.
M. G. & J. COHEN.
POKTD FORK. STORE.
npiIERE is no use going to Atlanta, Athens, Gainesville, Jefferson, or any other largo city or
X town, to get what you want on your farm or in your house, as 1 keep a full line of DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, YANKEE NOTIONS, CROCKERY GLASS;
AND WOODEN WARE, ’
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
SUGAR. COFFEE, TEAS, RICE, PEPPER, and all kinds of Spices. A full stock of
Bacon, Flour, Meal, Syrup and Molasses.
Also, all kinds of FARM TOOLS, PLOWS, IIOES. RAKES, FORKS, Etc.
-£&-ll of Tliese Goods
Will be sold cheap for cash, or on time to prompt paying customers, and none others. I shall ir*
addition to the above, keep a full line of
the BEST OF CORN WHISKY and other spirits for medicinal purposes. Come and examine my
lon ami o*therFVßM PRODUCTS pUrchaSeS ‘ Tho hi ° hcst “‘rkot price always paid for COT
' HENRY HUMAN,
a P* Pond Fork, Jackson county, Georgia.
FOR THE SUMMER TRADE, 1881 l
WITH BRIGHT PROSPECTS OF A LARGE
We first call the attention of our friends to the fact that we can supply all orders by the gross
case or dozen, for J ° " r
Fruit Jars and Jelly Tumblers!
BOTTOM PRICES ALWAYS GIVEN I
It is unnecessary to call your attention to our stock of
Crockery , Glassware, Lamps, Etc .
In this line you will find any and every article needed.
Triple Plate Silver Castors, Table and Teaspoons, Knives
and Forks . Large line Common Table Cutlery, fyc.
We can save you 25 per cent, on these goods.
SPECIALTIES ! SPECIALTIES !
We make a specialty of TIN WATER SETTS, CHAMBER SETTS— every variety ; FLOWER
POTS, Etc. Large lot of these goods just received.
WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE FOR
Svveroivfc, fitttow, Ltvvd, vA\yrw\\s,
and all kinds spices. Prices guaranteed as low as the lowest. Large line Smoking and Chewing;
Tobacco. The best Lime and Cement furnished in any quantities.
June 17 tu, 1881. No. 7 Broad Street, Athens, Georgia.