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ROBERT S. HOWARD. Edilor.
FRIDAY MOKY2YG, August 2G. 1881.
The Virginia campaign is in full working
order, and we may expect to hear of some
lively debates from that State before it is
It J 9 said that cotton seed oil is just the
best tiling out for culinary purposes, being
the equal, and in many respects the superior
of hog’s lard.
California has not been benefited much by
the new treaty with China, as the inhabitants
of that country continue to pour into San
Francisco in large numbers.
The President is still alive, and one or two
days in the last week he was reported as bet
ter. But it all amounts to nothing, as it is
only the superior nursing that is keeping him
The Walton Neics says that Governor Col
quitt yearns for the pleasant shades of Wal
ton county. This rather surprises us, as we
bad been informed that he wanted Ben Hill's
scat in the United States Senate.
It has been figured out that the wheat crop
is short by over a hundred million bushels,
and, as a necessary consequence, grain will
rule high until next year's crop is fur enough
advanced to determine its output.
The Republicans of Mississippi will unite
with the Greenbackers of that State against
the regular Democrats. This is Republican
policy to the backbone, and, in some in
stances, in times past, it has proved vory ef
The editor of the Gainesville Southron sa} s
he saw a white flea recently, while writing,
and prefers not to have the fuct disputed.
While we will not cross the gentleman, }*et
wo will suggest that possibly it was electricity
flying from his pen point. *
It is really entertaining to hear some of the
Republicans howl over the possibility of such
a man as Arthur becoming President, and yet
they voted for him without compunction.
The average Republican never growls until
his party is safe in power.
Southern Georgia thinks it sees its salva
tion in a bountiful supply of Artesian wells.
The new project is in perfect keeping with
the South Georgia farmer's creed—get every
thing that sustains life as far from home as
possible, and make cotton to pay for it.
Rumors are current that Mr. Tilden pro
poses to enter into politics again with a view
to securing the Presidential nomination in
1884. His method will be the uniting of the
Democratic party in his own State and his
election to the Governorship next year.
King Alfonso has ordered that Cuba ab
stain from participating in the forthcoming
International Cotton Exhibition at Atlanta,
Ga., on account of the scarcity of money in
tbo treasury and the little cotton thus far
raised in Cuba. Atlanta should send her
regrets to the Queen of the Antilles.
The Lunatic Asylum question has been
settled by the committee reporting in favor
of enlarging the old one in preference to
building a branch at some other place. This
is satisfactory to us, but wc want no delay in
the completion of the enlargement, as it is an
absolute necessity and is needed every day.
The Gainesville Southron flies all to pieces
whenever you mention anybody as likely to
be a candidate for Congress from this Dis
trict. It is just like throwing a rock at a
hornet’s nest —it brings out all of its forces
and goes to work as if its very existence was
imperiled. Don’t take on so, Uncle Pete;
who cares if lien Duggar does run ?
We clip the following item, in regard to the
President, to show that there is a great need
for a temperance movement around the bed
of the wounded President. Such proceedings
are scandalous in the extreme : “ The Tokay
wine which he had in the early part of his ill
ness has run out. The dealer who sent this
famous wine to the President also sent a case
of it to each of the physicians and Mrs. Ed
son. The physicians had a great many callers
afterwards, and as a result all the wine was
drank up. The President’s wine was also
consumed in some mysterious way, though he
did not drink a pint of it altogether. Mrs.
Edson saved her wine, not being a consumer
of the article, and now each day she takes a
small portion to the White House for the use
of the President, but takes particular pains
to bide the bottle. The supply that she has
will keep the President in wine for six months,
as he uses but little each da}’. It would not
last a week, however, if it was known where
The Legislature has been in session forty
days. The penitentiary matter, the Capi
tol question, the temperance question, the
usury question, the educational question, the
lunatic asylum appropriation, the fish hatching
establishment, the Cole charter, the general
railroad law, the railroad tax law, the rail
road commission law—these are yet unsettled
We have received the prospectus of anew
weekly paper to be started in Athens about
the first of October, to be called The Com
mercial. The proprietors, Messrs. Vaneev.
Cranford & Gantt, arc in every way capaci
tated to make a first-class paper—one that
will meet with favor from all classes—and
we have no doubt but what the enterprise will
The great and good measure that the Eng
lish Parliament has been perfecting for the
relief of Ireland, and known as the land bill,
has passed, and will go into operation at once
in Ireland. As to the good it will aecom
plish, or the evils it will overcome, no one
seems to be prepared to express an opinion,
except the friends of the measure. Ireland's
friends are not well pleased with it because
it does not come up to their demands.
Gubernatorial possibilities: James 11.
Blount, A. O. Bacon, Thomas Ilardcman, of
Bibb; Pat Walsh, lion. J. C. C. Black, of
Augusta; Rufus E. Lester, of Chatham; E.
P. llowcll. L. J. Garlrell, of Fulton ; J. W. 11.
Underwood, of Rome ; W. 11. Felton, of Car
tersville, with several more counties to hear
from You can pay your money and take
your choice, but bear in mind that the man
that the Convention nominates will be your
next Governor. So, if you have any fixing
to do, 3’ou had better commence on the dele
gates to that Convention.
“ During the little flurry of our Jefferson
friends, on the railroad question, iron ad
vanced so as to make about §5,000 difference
in its purchase. However, it is now contrac
ted for ; fifteen miles of the roads are graded,
and ties are being delivered all along the
lines, and everything is moving rapidly and
smoothly along. What we must do now is
work the harder and faster to make up lost
time and additional expense. Let her roll.”
—Gainesville Southron. It certainly is not
the intention of the Southron to intimate that
the “little flurry” retarded the President from
buying iron and that the injunction cost the
road five thousand dollars by r reason of the
advance in iron ? If it is, wc shall join issue
upon the question.
The newspapers up North have been dis
cussing for some time past the clause in the
Constitution in regard to the action of the
Vice-President in case of the inability of the
President, from any cause, to exercise the
functions of his office. It is asserted by some
of the boldest of the organs who favor Arthur
that the prolonged illness of the President,
and the fact that if he gets well it will take
months for him to do so, makes a case that
would authorize the Vice-President to take
charge of the Government. Of course, the
friends of the present administration are bit
terly opposed to this, and have been using
every means to show that the President can
and is able to exercise the duties of his office.
The rapid decline of the President in the last
few day r s has, for the present, postponed the
discussion, as it is more than probable that
death will remove all obstacles out of Vice-
President Arthur’s way.
The Cole charter, or, more appropriately
speaking, the charter for the Cincinnati &
Georgia railroad between Rome and Atlanta,
passed the House by a large majority. The
Louisville & Nashville folks saw that they
would have to change their tactics in the
Senate, so they sent down Gen. E. P. Alex
ander, who is well known in Georgia as a
first-class railroad man, whose opinion is
much respected in railroad matters, to make
objections to the bill’s passage, before a com
mittee of the Senate. This gentleman’s rea
sons for objecting to the granting of the
charter is because it gives the road the right
to e iter Atlanta on the right of way of the
Georgia road, upon paying for the same.
Gen. Alexander says that the Georgia has
hot the room to spare, and don’t care to be
elbowed in any such style by a stranger ; that
it will increase the danger of collisions, &c.
In fact, the Louisville & Nashville wants a
monopoly, or rather the continuation of the
present one, by means of the State road. We
trust that the Senate will take the same sound
view of this matter that signalized the
House’s action upon it. The future develop
ment and prosperity of the Empire State of
the South demands that we shall treat the
Cole-Seney combination with the considera
tion that their groat enterprise warrants, and
assist them in every particular that it is pos
sible and consistent to do so, in their cflort
to develop our State.
Covington Stai: “An order has been issued
by the General Manager of the Georgia Rail
road that all agents of the road must hereafter
make a deposit of a certain amount of money
with the management, in lieu of giving bond
and security, the road to allow 7 percent, in
terest on the deposit. This is anew feature in
the ‘security business,’ and will bother some
of the boys to make the necessary deposit.”
Albany News: “It is not generally known
that the Southwestern Railroad will soon com
plete the line of their extension from its pres
ent terminus, Arlington, in the county of Cal
houn, to Blakely, the county site of Early, a
distance of some sixteen miles. Freni Colonel
C. B. Wooten we learn that the work of laying
down the track will commence on Monday
next, and will lie completed within the space
of four weeks.”
Mr. E. S. Cobb, of Cobb’s Mountain, has
eleven acres in Clinton and Warren grapes,
from which lie will make 20,000 quarts of wine,
valued at SB,OOO. In his interview with the
Rome Courier, he also states that he has 1,000
acres on the top of that mountain which, he
would not exchange for any plantation in the
Dougherty county farmers desire to sell
some of their mules on account of the short
Mr. Carter Hill, who recently died, lived
during his life in three different counties
without moving a single time, lie was born
in Franklin county, was cut off into Jackson
county and then into Walton.
G ainesville Southron: “Mr.J.Vv . Gould, of
this county, had plenty of cotton open a week
ago, and says he has thirty acres of a* finecon
ton as ever grew in Hall county ; and the beau
ty of it is many others have plenty of open
bolls, ami the ‘complaint’ of nearly everybody
in upper Georgia is that there never were such
prospective crops of cotton. Corn is also a
long way above an average.”
Gwinnett Herald says : “ About four miles
and a half above Lawrencevilie, near Pros
pect church, is the quiet home of Mrs. S. C.
Stevenson, the widow of Van Stevenson, who
died ten or twelve years ago. The family
consists of Mrs. Stevenson and her son about
twelve years of age. After the death of her
husband the widow remained on her little
homestead and struggled along, making a
living for herself and son on their quiet little
farm. She was a kind hearted, industrious
and frugal woman and enjoyed the confidence
of the community and of the church of which
she was a membor. And it seems that there
could be nothing to have induced the terrible
crime committed last Monday, when she was
deliberately shot down in her house by’ some
cowardly assassin. On that morning she was
engaged in washing at the well near the house
and making preparations for the camp meet
ing which is to begin this week. Her little
son was about there until after nine o’clock,
when lie took his gun and went around the
fields hunting squirrels. Left alone, she con
tinued at her work until almost half after ten
o’clock, when she repaired to the house to
commence dinner. The residence has a back
room in which she cooks, the rear door of
which opens near the stove. Just in the rear
of this room and about twenty feet from it is
the smoke house. She had prepared to build
a lire in the stove, and brought in a shovel
full of coals from the wash place and was
putting them in the stove. Standing in front
of the stove she was nearly opposite the open
door, through which the would-be assassin
fired with a shot gun or army musket. Three
balls struck her just below the arm and passed
through her body. She fell backwards to the
floor. The firing of the gun followed bv her
screams attracted the attention of Mr. McGee
and Terry, who were at work at the grave
yard three or four hundred yards distant.
They immediately ran to her assistance and
found her lying on the floor with the blood
pouring from the wounds. They immediately
raised her up and laid her on the bed and one
of them started for a physician. The news
spread rapidly and in a short time the neigh
borhood had gathered there. The excitement
and indignation of the crowd was wrought up
to a high pitch, and as soon as her wounds
were dressed, the first L quiry was who could
have been guilty of this horrible crime. She
stated promptly and confidently that Elbort
Stephenson shot her. That she saw him a
short distance from the house about an hour
before the shooting and knew him well. That
just as the gun fired he ran across the yard
from near the corner of the smoko house with
a gun in his hand and she recognized him as
lie was in plain view and only a few feet
away. That he had threatened her life some
time since. Mr. Hilliard Jackson. Mr. Foun
tain and others immediately started to appre
hend the accused. They found him at the
camp ground about two miles off and at once
put him under arrest and sent to town to
obtain a warrant.
Court of Ordinary. Sitting for Count}' Purposes.
August 22d, 18S1.
Ordered, by the Court, that four and one-fourth
tenths of one per cent, be assessed and collected
upon the taxable property of said county, as per
Tax Digest for 1881, by the Tax Collector of said
county, for county tax for the year ending De
cember 31st, ISS2, for the following purposes, to
One and 51-100 tenths of one per cent., to
pay expenses of the Superior Court S2,SCO 00
One and 003-100 tenths of one per cent.,
to build and repair bridges 2,035 00
One and Gl-100 tenths of one-tenth of one
per cent., to pay County Treasurer’s
salary 300 00
Two and 82-100 tenths cf one-tenth of one
per cent., to pay jail fees 525 00
Three and 401-100 tenths of one-tenth of
one per cent., for support of paupers... GSO 00
Two and G 9-100 tenths of one-tenth of one
per cent., for contingent expenses 500 00
Five and 85-100 tenths of onc-tcnth of one
per cent., to pay the legal indebtedness
of the county due and to become due... 1,087 So
Total, for county purposes $7,597 85
11. W. BELL, Ordinary.
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is with great pleasure that we arc enabled to
announce that having secured die commodious
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the hotel, which will take place on or.about Sep
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and a co-ps of superior workmen, to cater to the
tastes of the most fastidious, in anything apper
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giving our patrons the opportunity of cnjojdng a
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record in the past, we confidently trust, is a suf
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of all who may favor us with their patronage will
ho carefully considered. With thanks for the
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