What the Women Say at Weddings.
The following remarks have mostly
been said time after time at all our
“ tdny” weddings, and will ’bo said
ngain And again ‘on every such occa
1 lere she comes !
Pretty, isn’t she ?
Who made her dress ?
’ls it Surah silk or "satin ?
Js her veil real lace ?
'She's as white as the wall!
Wonder how much he's worth ?
Did he give her those diamonds ?
lie’s scared to death !
*lsn't she the cool piece ?
That train’s a horrid shape !
Isn’t her mother a dowdy ?
Aren’t the bridesmaids homely ?
That’s a handsome usher !
Hasn't she a cute little hand ?
Wonder what number her gloves
They say her shoes are fives.
’lf liis hair isn’t parted in the mid
Wonder what on earth she married
him for ?
For Ids money, of course !
Isn’t he handsome ?
He’s as homely as a hedge hog !
lie looks like a circus clown !
Pio, he’s like a dancing master!
( Gobli enough for her, anyway.
■She was always a stuck-up thing.
'She’ll be worse than ever now.
She jilted Sam Somebody, didn’t
No, he never asked her.
He’s left town, anyway.
There, the ceremony lias begun.
■lsn’t he awkward ?
White as bis collar!
Why don’t they hurry up ?
•Did she say she would “ obey?”
'What a precious fool!
There, they are married !
T)ocsn’t she look happy ?
Pity if she wouldn’t!
(Wish I were in her place!)
What a handsome couple !
'She was always a sweet little thing,
‘llow gracefully she walks !
’Dear me, what airs she puts on !
Wouldn't be in her shoes fora farm !
I’ll bet those jewels were hired !
Well, she's oIF her father’s hands at
Doesn't she cling tightly to him,
- though !
■ She has a mortgage on him now !
Hope they’ 1 !! be happy.
'They say she's awful smart.
Too'Smftrt for him by a jugful!
'There, they are getting in the car
* riage !
That magnificent dress will be
The way she docs look at him !
*T bbt slie-worships him!
'Worship "be hanged ! she's only
1 making believe 1
It’s kind o’ nice to get married,
No, it's a dreadful bore.
Wasn’t it a stupid wedding?
What dowdy dresses!
I'll never go to another !
•I’m just suffocated !
'Tired to death.
Glad it's over !
: Oh, dear ! —Gulden Era.
'A Timely Warning, or the Expe
rience of a Minister.
If you suffer from generrl debility,
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! lie secured from his druggist a bottle
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him not to take any other Bitters or
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Brown’s Iron Bitters, they all
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which Brown’s Iron Bitters never did.
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he recommends Brown's Iron Bitters
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Food for the Brain and Nerves that
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of rush and worry. Parker’s Ginger
Tonic restores the vital energies,
soothes the nerves and bring good
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use. Tribune. See other column.
A South Carolina paper says that
the wife of Representative Tillman, of
that State, notwithstanding the cares
of a numerous family, mounts her
! horse daily and personally superin
tends every detail of her husband’s
extensive planting interest, and is
considered one of the most successful
• managers of a farm in Edgefield coun
ty. Owing to the Congressional du
ties and business relations of Colonel
Tillman, he has turned the plantation
over to her.
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THE HENRY BILL PUBLISHING CO.,
Established 1847.] Norwich. Conn.
Farm for Sale.
I OFFER for sale my plantation, situ
ated about two miles and a half from
Jefferson, on Curry’s crock, containing
one hundred and seventy-five acres of up
land and bottoms. Enough land open for
a four-horse farm, and in good state of cul
tivation. Good dwelling and necessary
out-houses, orchards, Ac. I will sell the
present growing crop and deliver posses
sion at once. Persons desiring a good
farm, can get a bargain. Terms CASH.
july22 S. B. WEIR.
To Debtors Creditors .
ALL persons having demands against
the estate of Julia F. Burson, late of
said county, deceased, are hereby requir
ed to present them, duly authenticated, for
payment to the undersigned, and those
due said estate are requested to come for
ward and settle.
W. S. FLANNIGAN,
f of Julia F. Burson.
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move from the system the active cause of
most of the diseases that flesh is heir to.
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bullet hole ; but it may he profitably used
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No. 112 Fifth Avenue, New York.
Bnynrd Taylor, post & Mefe
Said : “ 1 take great pleasure in recom
mending to parents the Academy of Mr.
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Hon. Fernando Wood, M
Said (1880): •• I cheerfully consent to the
use of my name as reference. My boys
will return to you (for their fourth year)
after their vacation.”
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ROWELL & CO., 10 Spruce Street.
New York, can icarn the exact cost of any
proposed line of ADVERTISING in A ine
r rHIIS Harrow is simple in its construc
-L tion. combining strength and light
ness, and cannot easily get ou of order.
It revolves continually while in operation,
so that turf, stones, corn huts, or any oth
er obstruction of the kind cannot clog it.
The reason of it is the rapid motion of the
teeth; therefore, as a Pulverizer, Soil Mix
er, Destroying Bermuda Grass, and for
Covering Grain, it has no equal. We ear
nestly invite all farmers, mechanics and
businessmen to examine this Harrow, feel
ing assured that it cannot fail to meet their
highest approval. The following named
gentlemen, who have bought and used
them have authorized the proprietor to re
fer to them, at Athens, Ga. : John A.
Meeker, J. N. Montgomery, A. L. Bear
ing, Thomas Hudson, Athens. Ga., and
many others. J. 11. NEWTON,
Sept. 23 Owner Patent State of Ga.
A large and complete stock of
Churches and Ministers supplied with
Books at publishers prices, by
BURKE & ANDERSON,
Feb. 25 Athens, Ga.
I WILL keep on hand, in Jefferson, a
full supply of
of all sizes, and at prices to suit the times.
Every effort will be made to serve parties
promptly and satisfactorily.
apl 2£> .W- A. WORSHAM.
Kangaroo tendons are now used by
fashionable surgeons for the sewing
up of flesh wouuds.
John of Abyssinia and Alexander
of Russia are the two potentates whose
food is all tested ere they partake of it.
There are 390 educated female phy
sicians in active practice in twenty
six .States of our Union —tbe majority
in Massachusetts, New York, and
An enraged belle at White Sulphur
Springs bit the cheek of a young man
at a moment when he expected a kiss,
lie had her arrested on a charge of
assault, but failed to appear before
the Justice, and she was discharged.
A woman in Bucharest was ailing,
and her physician prescribed a sojourn
at a medicinal spring. Iler husband
refused to let her go, and she resorted
to law, finding a Judge who decided
that she might raise S4OO by a loan to
defray her expenses, her husband
being held responsible therefor.
According to the New York Commer
cial Bulletin $7,000,000 worth of
property was destro3*ed by fire in the
United States and Canada during
the month of August. This is the
severest for any August for five years.
The Bulletin thinks the total losses
for 1881 will reach $30,000,000.
Wliliam l’enn, the founder of Penn
sylvania, once lived in a house in
Norfork street, London. He had a
peeping-hole at the entrance through
which he surveyed every one who earn e
to see him before they were admitted.
One of these, having boon made to
wait for a long time, asked the servant
impatiently if his master would not see
him. “Friend,” said the servant, “he
hath seen thee, but lie doth not like
thee. ” The caller was one of Penn’s
Clara Judd of Buffalo claims to have
cured herself by prayer of an illness
that had been pronounced hopeless.
A few days ago she consented to go
and pray for Mamie Leo, daughter of
an Erie principal of a high school.
Mamie had for years been a bedridden
sufferer from a spinal disease. Before
the praying had lasted ten minutes
she got out of bed unassisted and has
since been well.
An electrician at tbe Palais de I’ln
dustrie, Paris, thusexplains the friend
ly relations that often exist between
eats and dogs. Generally, the dog
who makes friends with a cat is an old
dog, who has lived a good deal, and
who suffers more or less from rheuma
tism. Well, every time he licks the
cat, or passes his paw affection all}’
along her back, he is simply doctoring
his rheumatism by the aid of the elec
tricity in tbe cat’s skin and luur. The
dog does not regard the cat so much
as a friend as a magneto-electric a!
Texarkana lies partly within
Arkansas and partly within Texas,
with a broad street marking the
boundary. It has two Mayors, nod the
State laws governing on one side have
no binding force on the ot'.mr. Arkan
sas made a severe enactment against
the free sale of firearms, whereupon
the hardware merchants moved thcii
stores to the other side of the street,
thus going into Texas, where the saie
of revolvers.like their use, is free. The
Arkansas Mayor issued a proclamation
against the sale of liquor on Sunday,
greatly to the advantage of the saloon
men in Texas, until the venders on
the other side moved over and regained
Lieut. D. A. Lyle has eaten grass
hoppers out west, and he lately read
a paper before a Springfield science
association praising them as food.
Although the}’ naturally have a disa
greeable smell, he says that when
cooked they become pleasant to both
smell and taste, disguise being requir
ed. They can be eaten after boiling
two hours, with pepper and salt, thus
prepared are not easily distinguished
from beef broth. Fried in their own
oil they have a nutty flavor. One
drawback to their use as food is the
bones in the small locusts, though in
the larger ones these can be easily re
moved. Some residents of St. Louis
have tried a dinner of these skillfully
prepared, and liked it very well, and
after becoming accustomed to the
flavor they are considered a desirable
addition to the bill of fare by some.
These locusts feed or. vegetable matter,
and so may properl} 7 be classed as
Mrs. Mary Martin, of Harrisburg,
Fa., says : “ I suffered severely from a
complication of female diseases ; that
sense of bearing-down seemed as if it
would kill me; ray habits were very
irregular: nothing seemed to benefit me
until I tried Brown’s Iron Bitters.
They acted like a charm, and now I
enjoy perfect health.”
A Safe and Sure means of restoring
the youthful color of the hair is fur
nished by Parker's Hair Balsam, which
is deservedly popular from its superior
R. B. ADAIR,
JunelO-'SI. Gainesville, Ga.
OIIN J. STRICKLAND,
A TTORNEY-AT- LAW,
Will promptly attend to all business en
trusted to him. dec 17, ’SO.
It. N. B CASH.
Tenders his professional services to the
surrounding country. Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia and the diseases of women a speci
alty. Feb.l3th, 1880. ly
A TTOI t xev-at-Law,
Prompt and faithful attention given to
all business placed in his hands.
WILEY G. HOWARD,
Will attend faithfully to all business en
trusted to his care. inch 4,
SILMAN & THOMPSON,
A TTt >RNEYS-AT-LAW,
Will practice in Jackson and adjoining
Notice to Trespassers!
I HEREBY forbid V. A. Toney. M. G.
Toney, E. Rowden and IV. Ilowdcn
from trespassing upon my land in any
manner, under the penalties of the law.
Sept. 23, 1881. J. B. DUNNAUOO.
WILL be let to the lowest bidder, be
fore the Court House door in Jef
ferson, Jackson county, -Ga., on Tuesday,
the 25th day ofOc ober, 1881, the contract
for superintending, managing and caring
for t!ie inmates of the Poor House of said
county for the years 1882 and 1883. the
county to furnish all provisions, clothing,
medical attention, See., necessary for the
paupers, and the person making the lowest
hiil, per montn, for said service of superin
tending, Ac.. will be awarded the contract,
upon the following conditions : The con
tractor will be required to do and perform
all duties necessary for the comfort and
welfare of said paupers, and to control
said inmates with humanity, looking both
to their welfare and the county’s inter
ests; to plant and cultivate, at his expense,
a garden sufficient to supply vegetables for
the inmates of said Poor House ; and will
be required to give bond, with good secu
rity. in the sum of five hundred dollars,
conditioned for an honest administration,
respectful and humane treatment of the
paupers, and faithful discharge of all du
ties thereto required ; and will be required
to make monthly reports to the Ordinary,
showing the number and condition of the
inmates, amount expended for provisions,
clothing, medical attention, Sec., during
the month, and the amount of provisions,
Ac., on hand at the end of each month.
Besides forfeiting said bond, the contrac
tor will be subject to removal the Ordi
nary at any time upon a case made for
failure or refusal to conipty with any of
the conditions or regulations. The person
to whom, said contract shall be awarded
will be allowed the proceeds of the farm,
cultivated at his own expense, to be taken
as a part compensation for services as Su
Also, at the same time and place, will
be let to the physician who is the lowest
bidder, the contract for rendering medical
services to the inmates of said Poor House
per month, subject to like regulations as
to duty, monthly reports, See., as the Su
For more definite specifications, apply
at this office. 11. W. BELL,
Ordinary Jackson County.
Sept. 23, 1881.
Jackson Postponed She
WILL be sold, before tho Court Douse
door in Jefferson, on the first Tues
day in November, ISBI, within the legal
hours of sale, to the highest bidder, the
following property, to-wit: A tract of
land, situated in the 242d District, G. M.,
of said county, containing eighty-one
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of J.
E. Arnold, Lee Morris, Robert Morris and
others. Levied on as the property of J.
11. Eads and S. J. Eads, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued from the Justice’s Court of the 212d
District, G. M., in favor of J. R. Crane vs.
J. 11. and 8. J. Eads. Levy made and
returned to me by J. C. Williamson, L.
C. Notice given the tenant in possession,
as the law directs.
T. A. MgELIIANNON. Sh*fF.
Jackson Mortgage She
WILL be sold, before the Court House
door in Jefferson, Jackson county,
Ga., on the first Tuesday in November,
1 SSI, within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, the following property, to
wit: One black mare mule, about eight
years old. Levied on as the property of
Croft'Duke, by virtue of and to satisfy a
mortgage ti. fa. in favor of 11. Atkins &
Cos., vs. Croff Duke, issued from the Supe
rior Court of said county. The property
described in said fi. fa.
T. A. McELIIANNON, Sh’lf.
Whereas, John I. Pittman and J. W.
Strickland, Administrators dc bonis non
on the estate of John I. Parks, deceased,
applies for leave to sell the land belong
ing to tlie estate of said dec*d—
This is to cite all concerned, kindred
and creditors, to show cause, if any, on
the first Monday in November. 1881, at
the regular term of the Court of Ordinary
of said county, why said leave should not
be granted the applicants.
Given under my official signature, Sep
teinber 20th, ISBI.
H. W. BELL, CrPy.
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PARKER’S HAIR BALSAMIS&'^S
Land for Sale!
I OFFER for sale the place whereon I
live, near Hood’s mills, in Jackson
count}', containing two hundred acres.
Fifty acres of good land open for cultiva
tion. a very fair residence and other build
ings, and plenty of good strong lands in
forest and old field pine, and also" bottom
land uncleared. Will sell at a bargain.
Call on W. C. Howard, Jefferson, Ga., or
myself, on the place, for information.
Sept. 23J, 1881. Apple Valley, Ga.
Can be supplied with the finest Cooking Stoves
ever brought to the market of Northeast Georgia.
With our excellent Cook Stoves , we give everything
in the Kit alien for all cooking purposes, and guar
antee in every cook stove to give satisfaction . tf
you want something that is good and will be cer
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To W. 11. JONES, Sup ’t,
A.t tlie “ Red. Stored
Athens, Ga., Sept. IGUi, 1881.
One Thousand People Wanted!
TO BUY THOSE CHEAP GOODS AT
PARKER & CAMP BROS.
We are receiving daily, a large and well selected assortment of
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrup, and the Best Mackerel
ITST THE CITY.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR STOCK OF
Wc have bought in large quantities, and can offer
TO THOSE PURCHASING
BAGGING AND TIES.
REMEMBER, WE SELL ONLY AT
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES l.
Highest Market Price Paid for Cotton.
Call and See That We Mean What We Say!
PARKER $ CAMP PROS.,
Feb. 25 No. 12 Broad Street, Athens, Ga:
A. R. ROBERTSON,.
Monuments, and Tomb Stones,..
I HAVE A LARGE LOT OF
MOSILUENT& HEAD AM) FOOT STONES,
Cradle cfc Box Tomtos^
YawVAyc A tv\u\ soys oy YjvA\.yyv\w ■>
That 1 Will Sell this Fall at Very Low Figures.
GIVE 3VLE A. CALL, AA3NTID GET MY PRICES..
A. R. ROBERTSON,
Monumental Builder, Athens, Georgia.
J. N. MONTGOMERY,
(Broad Street, next door to Col. Dobbs, Athens, Ga.)
LOUIS COOK’S BUGGIES,
Carriages cfc Harness,
Which I warrant equal to any sold in this market at same prices.
THE OLD IIICKOR'Y WAGON—warranted as good as the best.
THE FARQI IIAR ENGlNE—noted for power and durability.
THE FARQUHAR SEPARATOR—nothing better nor cheaper in market.
THE ATLAS ENGINE—one of the most popular and cheapest on the market.
The well-known ECLIPSE ENGINE, and the BOOKWALTER ENGINE, Horse
Power, for 835 J.
The well-known BROWN COTTON GIN, CONDENSER and FEEDER, Cheapest
Gin on the market.
Also, the celebra.ed IIALL GIN: nothing liner. COTTON PRESSES, PORT
ABLE CORN, WHEAT and SAW MILLS, SORGHUM MILLS, EVAPORATORS,
SHINGLE MACHINES. The well-known OLIVER CHILLED TURN PLOW,
SULKY and GANG PLOWS. Improved HARROWS, GRAIN DRILLS, REAP
ERS, MOWERS, and other improved agricultural implements. Also, several brands
of FERTILIZERS. ENGINES and other articles kept on hand.
Sept 9-ly J. N. MONTGOMEEY.