Jackson herald. (Jefferson, Jackson County, Ga.) 1881-current, November 04, 1881, Image 2
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We reserve the right to demand cash in advance, both for subscriptions and adver tising, when we sec fit. Jackson Herald. ROBERT S. HOWARD, Editor. JEFFERSON, OA. I'RIDAT, November 1, 1881. President Arthur proposes to be one of the foremost stalwarts of his party. We note with pleasure the fact that the authorities are making the ncces sary arrangements to enlarge the Lunatic Asylum. The work cannot be accomplished too speedily. Mrs. Stephenson, of Gwinnett coun ty, who Was shot by an unknown person several months ago, is dead, and a Coroner’s jury have returned a verdict that she died from the effects of wounds inflicted upon her by her nephew, Elbert Stephenson. The reports in regard to Senator Hill’s condition are still conflicting. Some state that the wound is healing nicely and that it will not materially interfere with his speech, others say that lie will hardly recover, and that bis speech is materially impaired. The Mexican Central Rrilroad Com pany have reduced the pay of their fif teen thousand laborers from thirty-one and a ■quarter cents a day to twenty five cents. The men howled a little, but as they knew the company could get all the -laborers they wanted at that figtroe, <tbey stuck to their spades and tpicka. A Washington, D.C.,correspondent ways Malt .'Secretary Lincoln will be rdtaiimed in Mr. Arthur’s Cabinet if he svarfts *oke position, solely because he is the -son ef his father. It strikes us that the ywaag man will cling on all tfhe -same.. It makes no difference to a so he is tl*e*e. ’Secretafry Windora is exceedingly fortunate. lie resigned his position as one of the Senators from Minnesota to acoapt the position of Secretary of t4e Treasury in Garfield’s Cabinet, now he has resigned that position and the Legislature of Minnesota have just elected him again as United States Senator to fill his own unexpired term. We call this luck of the best kind, and it falls to but few men. The latest Indian disturbance is from Arizona. The Salt river Indians are mad with their agent because lie makes them work as a punishment for getting drunk. They have become indignant at such treatment, and propose to wipe out the Agency. And along with this comes the statement that there are but fifteen soldiers to protect the lives and property at the Agency. Yet the policy of the Gover moot is to keep heavy garrisons in the East and South, when the soldiers should be where they are needed. The Philadelphia Reconi says : “Mr. Thomas F. Bayard held his place as President pro tempore of the Senate long enough to secure a most remark, able expression of confidence and good will at the hands of the people and the press of the country, without reference to political divisions. It is safe to say that no such demonstration would have followed the elevation of any other Senator. Mr. Bayard enjoys the con fidence of the country. Greater ad vantage than the proof of this fact he could not have expected to obtain by continuance in an undesirable office.” We are hardly of the above expressed opinion. On the oontrary, we think Mr. Bayard showed his true inward ness when ho suffered his own greed and ambition to overide tho good of his party. Mr. Bayard may profit by his temporary honor, hut if wc know ourselves we are done with him. Martin Institute. Patrons are requested to call on my son, F. A. Glenn, and close their ac counts. The money is needed, and settle rnents must be had in some form this fall or winter, I have waited long, and it is not possible to indulge further. Most of the accounts are small and can be easily met, but if cash can not be paid in full let the balance be closed by note. FI ease do not delay. JNU. W. GEORGIA XIAIm. The Lou'svillc News SavS there ‘*is a malignant sore throat articling peo ple in Burke county that 19 sitigularlv fatal. Dr. Murdock Sitvs it is quite different fYottt diphtlittflh. When the windpipe becomes affected there is scarcely any hope of recovery.” Adam Hill, colored, of Coffee coun ty, sent a boy to the station after three hundred poiinds of bacon. While re turning lie was attacked by two ne groes, who took the meat from him. The Coffee Caunty Gazelle says this i3 the second time Hill has been rob bed of his bacon this year. Buena Vista Arqns: “Mr. Oliver while digging a well for Mr. A. J. MoElmurry struck a vein of gas. He called for the basket, which was lower ed for him, but before lie could be drawn out he became insensible and fell to the bottom, a distance of twen ty-two feet. Fortunately a spraine 1 ankle was the only injury received.” A. Fallon Bros., of Philadelphia, have sent to the Atlanta Exposition a sample of cotton grown by them near that city, and they say that they have been so successful in Pennsylvania cotton growing this year that next year they intend to plant 300 acres. They have proved conclusively, the} 7 think, that cotton can be raised in the Keystone State. Walker County Messenger: “Enoch Hamiiiom says that Lee Bryan was bitten on the arm by aspreading ad der Friday last, while pulling gra-us for bis mare. Jim Knox, ti e colored conjurer, corded his arm al ove the el bow sucked the wound, applied a freshly killed chicken, buried the arm in the ground and showed that if he did not understand adding, he knew what to do with the work of an adder. No serious results followc l under his treatment.” A Harris county correspondent of the Columbus Enquirer says: ‘One of those sickening accidents occurred in our town on the 19th inst. Allen Hightower, a little colored bov of about, ten years of age, while pulling motes from the gin, had his hand caught by the saws and both arms above the elbow completely lacerated. Both arms were amputated by Drs. Mitchell and Copeland, and it is prob able that the little fellow may survive bis great misfortune.” Augusta Evening News: “Mr. J. 11. Mims had two horses taken from him during the war by the government, in return for which lie reoieved S7OO in bonds of the Confederate Government. This morning he brought the tmndsto town and sold them for a dollar and ten cents. Mr. Mims was so happy over this big money and interest that he offered us his country seat, ‘ldle wilde,* dirt cheap for our advertising bill, and reported post this morning a little out of town, at the ice house.” “Georgia’s exhibit,” says the Con stitution, “promises to be one of the best in the entire list. Commissioner Henderson has returned from the Macon Fair and already has brought to Atlanta the best of that large and interesting exhibit. Indeed nearly ever article w hich illustrated Georgia s resources at Macon is already in At lanta for a place in the Exposition. Yesterday the cars were carried out to the grounds’ and this morning they will be unloaded under the supervision of Commissioner Henderson.” Columbus Enquirer: “One who was in a position to know informs us that the number of cases of measles in Early county is unprecedented, lie states that there are at this time not less than six hundred cases of measles in the county, and that in man}’ cases it has proved fatal. Ou one planta tion there are seventy five cases. At Arlington there is a great deal of sick ness, and in almost every case of typhoid fever, which was preceded by measles, the disease terminates in death. There arc also a number of cases of measles in the town of Blake ly.” Columbus Enquirer: “Another of those terrible accidents, of which we have recorded so many recently, hap. pened Saturday on Mr. J. Kyle’s plan tation, about six miles below the city. A negro girl, a daughter of Jerry Banks, took a can of kerosene with which to kindle a fire. The can ex ploded, the girls clothing took fire, and in five hours she wuj a corpse. When the clothing of the girl caught she threw down the burning oil and ran into the yard by a well, when a negro man caught her and extinguish ed the flames by pouring water on her. The house came near burning, but the timely arrival of a negro who heard the girl’s screams saved it from des traction.” Grilfin Neics: “Last night, justafter tho circus performance, while the ele phants were being driven through the streets, jnst as they reached the cor ner of Ilill and Broadway, some thoughtless person gave one of the animals a piece of tobacco. The ele phant had no sooner noticed what the tobacco was when he Instantly became infuriated and made a rush for his teaser, right through a crowd of 400 or 500- people, breaking loose from his keeper. Kvery body scattered of course, and the scene presented a frightful stampede. Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt, and the mad dened elephant was finally captured. Things looked rather squall)', though, for a while, as the elephant was in thorough earnest and roared and bel lowed with terrific rage.” licit) Hilocrtiseuiciits. J. H. Massey & Cos Wavwvowv) Csvov-e, Cwv., DEALERS IX ALL KINDS Furniture, Coffins, Etc. WE arc pleased to state to the citizens of this section that we have opened a nice stock of goods in our line, which we will sell as cheap as Atlanta or Athens. Give us a call befure you buy, and we will save you money, ' sep 23 Jackson Sheriff 9 s Sale. \V r ILL be sold, before the Court House v door in Jefferson. Jackson county. Ga., on the first Tuesday in December, 1881, within the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, to-wit: A tract of land, lying in said county, adjoining lands of Thomas Philips, J. C. DeLaperriere. Mrs. Niblack and others, known as part of the Head survey, con taining one hundred and twenty-three acres, more or less. On said tract there is a good log cabin and other out-houses. Ten or twelve acres in a high state of cul tivation. the remainder in pine field and forest. Also, another tract in said coun ty, containing thirty-three acres, more or less, lying on the Hog Mountain road, ad joining lands of Elizabeth Bowls. Elisha Martin, S. T. Bailey and others, in origi nal forest. Both tracts levied on as the property of A. M. Duke, by virtue of and to satisfy two Justice’s Court fi. fas. in favor of 11. Atkins & Cos. vs. G. S. Duke, A. M. Duke, V. 11. Duke and Z. T. Duke, and one Justice’s Court fi. fa. in favor of 11. Atkins & Cos. vs. G. S. Duke, A. M. Duke and V. H. Duke, and three Justice’s Court fi. fas. in favor of Banks & Brother vs. G. S. Duke, 11. M. Duke and A. M. Duke. All of said fi. fas. issued from the •Justice's Court in the 248th District, G. M., October 14th, 1881. Property point ed out by defendants in said li. fas. Levy made by S. T. Bailey, L. C., October 22d, 1881, and turned over to me. Notice given J. C. Strickland, tenant in possession, as the law directs. T. A. McF.LIIANNON, Sh’ff. Jackson Sheriff’s Sale. WILL he sold, before the Court House door, in the town of Jefferson, Ga., to the highest bidder, within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in De cember next, the following property to wit : A tract of land, lying in said county, half a mile from Jefferson, on the Athens road, containing one hundred and twenty two acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Silman & Cowan, Bell, Elder and oth ers, it being the tract whereon M. N. Duke now resides. On said place there is a good one-story dwelling house with four rooms, good kitchen, out-houses, stables, orch ards, Ac. There is land enough open on the place for a good two-horse farm, and in good state of cultivation, balance in old pine field and forest. Levied on as the property of M. N. Duke, to satisfy three fi. fas. issued from the Justice’s Court of the 245th District, G. M., in favor of J. B. Pendergrass. Adm’rofX. 11. Pendergrass, dec'd, and S. S. Hancock, Adm’x of R. J. Hancock, dec’d, the said decedents com posing the firm of Pendergrass & Hancock, vs. the said M. N. Duke. Property point ed out by the plaintiffs. Levy made and returned to me by W. G. B. Waddle, L. C. of the 245th District, G. M. Written notice given M. N. Duke, the tenant in possession, as the law directs. T. A. McELIIANNON, Sh’ff. Administrator’s Sale. AGREEABLY to a decree of the hon orable Superior Court of Jackson county, (fa., will be sold, on the first Tuesday in December next, within the legal hours of sale, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, Jackson county, Ga., the following described pro perty, to-wit : One tract of land, lying in said count f, on the head waters of Red Stone creek, in the 242d District, G. M., of said county, and further described as the place whereon J. J. Flournoy resided at the time of his death, containing two hundred and sixty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Ozmcnt. Chcoly and others. There is a good dwelling on said laid. with out-buildings. Sold as the property of said deceased, for the purpose of paying the debts of said deceased. Terms cash. W. 1. PIKE, Adm’r of J. J. Flournoy, dec’d. HOP BITTER^ (A Medicine, not a Drink,) CONTAINS HOPS, RUCHU, MANDRAKE, DANDELION. And the Purest and Best Medical Quali ties or all otheb Bitters. THEY CURE All Diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Ner vousness, Sleeplessness and especially Female Complaints. SIOOO IN COLD. Will be paid for n ease they will not enre or! help, or for anything Impure or Injurious H found In them. Ask your druggist for Hop Bitters and try* them before you sleep. Take no Other.! D.I. C Is an absolute and Irresistible cure for! Drunkeness, use of opium, tobacco and narcotics. ■■■■■ S9TD FOB CIECULAB. ■■■ll All boT lold by druggists. Hop Bitter, Mfg. Cos., Rocbeiter, N. Y., A Toronto, Onl. I EORGIA, Jackson County. 'JT - ■ Whereas, the road commissioners, ap pointed to review and report upon the public utility of establishing as one of the public roads of said county the road com mencing near George W. Stanley’s resi dence and running thence by the place of of John G. McCoy, and intersecting the Academy Bridge road near the Joseph Davis place; also, the road commencing at the cross roads near the residence of Henry Ilawks, thence running straight to a stake in front of J. L. Smith’s horse lot. thence the traveled way to the Athens and Clarkcsville road, have reported that said roads will be of much public utility and proceeded to mark out the same, unless good cause to the contrary be shfhvn. an order will be granted, finally establishing said roads as public roads, on Wednesday, December 7th, 1881. Given under my official signature. No vember 2d, 1881.* 11. W. BELL. Only. Guardian’s Sale. BY virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county, Ga.. ob tained at the October term, 1881, 1 will sell, at public out-cry, to the highest bid der, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, in said county, within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tues day in December next, the following de scribed property, to-wit : Six shares of the capital stock of the Georgia Rail Road and Banking Company, belonging to the estate of P. L. Xiblack. Terms cash. Z. T. MBLACK, Guardian of P. L. Xiblack. Guardian’s Sale. B\ virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county, obtained at the September term, 1881, will be sold, before the Court House door in Jefferson, Ga., on the first Tuesday in December next, within the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, the following property, to wit : One share of the capital stock of the Georgia Railroad and Banking Company. Sold as the property of the heirs of E. J. Sharpe. E. -J. SHARPE, Guardian. Q_EORGIA, Jackson County. Whereas. Rob’t E. Green applies to me in proper form for Letters of Administra tion on the estate of Caroline A. Colt, late of said county, dec’d— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any, on the first Monday in December. 1881, at the regular term of tho Court of Ordinary of said county, why said Letters should not be granted the applicant. Given under my official signature, Oc tober 31st, ISSI. 11. W. BELL, Ordy. V. W. SKIFF, The Jeweler, Keeps a well selected stock of AY CVoeN&ft, A CYV- e\.YVy Gold, Silver and Seleloid Spectacles and Eye-Glasses, THE BEST Silver and Silver-Plated Ware. And lie is receiving weekly, New Goods OF TIIE Latest Designs. Drop in and look at SKIFF, the Jeweler, when in Athens, and have your Watch repaired and Jewelry mended. Athens, Ga., Nov. 4tin. Administrator’s Sale. AGREEABLE to an order obtained from the Court of Ordinary of Jack son county, at the April term, 1881, 1 will sell, at the Court House door in Jef ferson, on the first Tuesday in December next, within the legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, to-wit: A one undivided half interest in a tract of land in said county, containing fifty acres, more or less, situ ated on the waters of Barber’s creek, and adjoining lands of John Sykes, Randall and Peter Craft. About eighteen acres in cultivation, about ten acres in original forest, balance in old field. Sold as the property of Hannah Craft, dec’d. for dis tribution among the heirs of said deceased. Terms cash. J. C. WHITEHEAD. Adm’r of Hannah Craft, dec’d. Administratoi ’s Sale. AGREEABLY to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county. Ga., granted at the October term, 1881, of said Court, will be sold, at the Court House door in Jefferson, in said county, on the first Tuesday in December, 1881, the fol lowing property, to-wit: One hundred and ninety-two acres of land, more or less, lying in the 243d District, G. M.. of said county, on the road leading from Jeffer son to Lawrenceville, eight miles from the former place. About !X) acres in cleared land, 30 acres of which is bottom land, balance in woods. There is on said land a good two-story framed dwelling house, containing six rooms ; ample and good out buildings—kitchen, smoke-house, stables, bam, Ac. Sold as the property of James B. Lyle, dec'd. for the purpose* of paying the debts of said deceased and for distri bution among the heirs at law. Terms— one-half cash, other half on credit for twelve months, at eight percent, interest. Bond for titlv given until note is paid. NANCY LYLE, J. W. LYLE, Adm’rs of James B. Lyle, dec’d. Administrator's Sale. A GREEABLE to an order of the Court t\. of Ordinary of Jackson county. Ga., obtained at the October term, 1881*, I will sell at public out-cry, on the lirst Tuesday in December next, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson. Ga., to the highest bidder, within the legal hours of sale, the following describee, property, to wit : A tract of land, situated in said county, on the Athens and Jefferson road, near E. M. Thompson’s, containing one hun dred and seventy-five acres, more or less, adjoining lands of J. W. Nicholson, Jas. E. Johnson. Thompson and others. About fifty acres in cultivation, balance in origi nal forest. Medium dwelling house and out-buildings on the place. Sold as the property of Micager Williamson, dec’d, for distribution. Terms cash. J. L. WILLIAMSON, Adm’r M. Williamson, deceased. Administrator’s Sale. AGREEA BLY to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county, Ga., will be sold bef- re the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, Ga., on the first Tuesday in December next, within the legal hours of sale, at public out-cry, to the highest bidder, the following described property, to-wit: A tract or parcel of land, situated in Jackson county, Ga.. belonging to the es tate of Johnson Maley, dec’d, containing one hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands of A. Atkins, John Hogan and oth ers. it being the place whereon J. 11. Maley now resides. Sold for the purpose of paying debts of said deceased and for distribution. To be sold subject to the widow's dower. Terms cash. J. 11. MALEY, Adm’r Johnson Maley, dec’d. Administrator’s Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county, Ga., will be sold, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, in said county, on the first Tuesday in December, 1881. to the highest bidder, at public out-cry. with in the legal hours of sale, the following described property, to-wit: One hundred and twenty-four acres of land, more or less, lying on the North Eastern Rail Road, about one mile from Nicholson, on said rail road, in said coun ty. known as the John I. Parks place. AboHt fifteen acres of said land in culti vation, balance good original forest land. There is on the same a very good dwell ing house containing four rooms, corn crib, &c. Sold as the property of John I. Parks, dcc'd. for the purpose of paying expense of administration and for distri bution among the heirs at law of said de ceased. Terms cash. J. W. STRICKLAND, JOHN I. PITTMAN, Adm'rs, de bonis non, J. I.P rks, dcc’d. Adm inistrator’s Sale. AGREEABLE to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Jackson county. Ga.. obtained at the August term, 1881, I will sell, at public out-cry, to the highest bid der. before the Court House door in Jef ferson, (!., on the Ist Tuesday in Decem ber next, within the legal hours of sale, the following property, to-wit : A tract or parcel of land in said county and known as the place whereon Thomas Dal ton resided at the time of his death, con taining sixty-five acres, more or less; twenty-five acres in the woods, theremai der of it in cultivation and eight acres of it in bottom land. There is a good dwell ing and out-buildings on the place. All situated on the Jefferson and Lawrcncc ville road and adjoining lands of James B. Lyle, George Moon and others. Sold as the property of Thomas Dalton, deceased, for the purpose of paying debts of said deceased and for distribution. Terms cash. J. L. WILLIAMSON, Adm’r of Thomas Dalton, dec’d. Administrator 9 s Sale. BY virtue of an order from the Court of. Ordinary of Jackson county, Ca., will j be sold, on the first Tuesday in Decern- I her. 1881, before the Court House door in j the town of Jefferson, in said county, to the highest bidder, at public out-cry, with in the legal hours of sale, the following described property, to-wit: Fifty-four acres of land, more or less, lying on the North Eastern Kail Road, about one mile from Nicholson, on said rail road, in said count}', adjoining lands of J. W. Strickland, N. 13. ('ash, W. R. 11. Statham and others. About six acres of said land in cult.ration, balance in original forest. Sold as tbe property of Cynthia Darks, dcc'd. for the purpose of paying debts and for distribution among the heirs at law. Terms cash. J. W. STRICKLAND, JOHN I. PITTMAN, Adm’rs of Cynthia Parks, dec'd. Jackson Dep’ty Sheriff’s Sale. WTLL be sold, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, (la., within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in December nest, to the highest bidder, the following described property, to-wit: One clay bank mare, about 10 or 12 years old. in good order. Levied on as the property of 11. 1). Human, to satisfy a cost fi. fa. issued from the Superior Court of said county in favor of Pittman & Hinton, for the u e of the officers of Court, vs. S. I). Randolph, M.E. Wilhite, S. C. Brown, T. L. Randolph, H. H. Brown, F. E. Turner, C. H. Turner, E.O. Brookcr and 11. 1). Human. Property pointed out by T. 11. Niblack, one of the plaintiffs in fi. fa. S. E. BAILEY, Deputy Sheriff Jackson county. Jackson County. Whereas, Julia Ann Porter, Executrix of Win. Porter, late of said county, dcc'd, applies for leave to sell the land belong ing to the estate of said dcc'd— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any, on the first Monday in December. 18*81, at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said leave should not be granted the applicants. (liven under my official signature, No vember 3d, 1881. 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. EX-SOLDIERS And their HEIRS should all send for sample copy of that wonderful paper. THE WORLD AND SOLDIER, publish ed at Washington, D. C. It contains Stories of the War, Camp Life. Scenes from the Battlefield, and a thousand things of interest to our country's defenders. It contains all the Laws and Instructions re lating to Pensions and Bounty for Sol diers and their heirs. Eight pages, forty columns, weekly. $3 a year. Sample free. Address WORLD AND SOLDI ER, Box 388, Washington, I). C. send [DAVID.LANDRETH &SQNS. PHILA- An Only Daughter Cured of Consumption. 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Our reputation, in all that appertains to our line of business, as well as that of those who are employed by us, is already well established, and it is with feelings of pride and pleasure that we re fer to our business intercourse with the citizens of Athens and vicinity for the past ten years. We now confidently as sure them that our very best endeavors will be put forward in the future to pro mote their comfort while being served by us. In fine, if you desire a Luxurious Bath, a Delightful Shave, a Natural Hair or \Y hisker l)ye, a Thorough Shampoo, a Fashionable Hair Cut or a Broadway Shine, call and see DAVIS & HARRIS, At the Commercial. Athens, Ga., Oct. 28, 1881. ISTEW STORE Strictly CastL at That! WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR NEW STORE IN JEFFERSON, (Two doors above the Drug Store,) Where we would like to have you call, examine and price our stock of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. THEY ARE FRESH A3STID CHEAP. R. R. Maxwell db Oo Oct 28 ■ CHINA HAL Z 7. JUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Japanese & Fancy Goods, WHICH ARE ALL THE RAGE AND VERY SUITABLE FOR Bridal Presents & Holiday Gifts Also, Full Lines of CLOCKS and MIRRORS, besides our regular stock of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. AVe make no idle boast when we say that our prices will average lower than thoso of any house in the State. LYNCH FLANIGEN, 011 l FRKi: BLOCK, ATHENS, KORU. oct 28 SPECIAL I JUST RECEIVED AX EG. &J. Cohen, A SPLENDID STOCK OF Black and Colored Cashmeres, PLAIDS, STRIPES AND Fancy Dress G-oods In all the newest and most fashionable designs. Black and Colored Fringes, Pasa mentries. Beads, Cords and Tassels, Bunch Beads. Buttons, etc., to match all new dress fabrics. An elegant line of Black Cashmere and drab d'ete, Dolmans trimmed in Satin ami Pasamentries. These goods were bought at 50 cents on the dollar, and will he sold at prices lower than they can be sold anywhere else in the world. ALSO,* A SPLENDID LINE OF Ladies’ Jackets, Ulsters and Cloaks AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES! An immense stock of Jaconet Edgings, Neck Kuching, Scarfs and Fischues. Spanish Lace Ties, Irish Ties—all in the latest and most beautiful styles. Our stock of Flannels, Cashmeres, Jeans and Domestics: IS COMPLETE AT LOITER PRICES THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Men’s and Boys’ Boots and SHoes! MEN’S, BOYS’ AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING I AN IMMENSE STOCK OF CARPETS, SHADES, Lace Curtains, Etc. All as low as they can be bought in the State. Our stock for this season will be* more complete than ever before, and would ask of our friends and patrons to look at our stock before purchasing, as we are sure we can save them money. Very respect fully, M. G. & J. COHEN. Athens, Ga.. September 30th, 1881. AN UNPRECEDENTED DROUTIi Has greatly injured crops of every description, thereby rendering ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY The strictest economy in all our expenditures. Fully alive to this fact, we have re duced the prices on Boots and Shoes To the very lowest possible figure. Our stock is one of the largest in the State*. \X\e QwuVi\v\ o$ Ovvv CWo&fc B\\etvk sov VXsdJ* Everybody invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere- Respectfully, BALDWIN & BURNETT, Sept 30 No. 3 Broad St., Athens, Ga. £jj_EORGIA, .Jackson County. Whereas. O. 11. P. Pettyjohn, Admin istrator on the estate of Temperance Pet tyjohn. late of said county, deceased, rep resents to the Court that he has fully and completely administered said deceased's estate anti is entitled to a discharge — This is to cite all concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any, at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in Feb ruary, 1882, why said Letters of Dismis sion should not be granted the applicant. •Given under my official signature, Oc tober 20th, 1881. 1!. W. KELL, Ord’y. Jackson County. Whereas, C. M. Wood makes applica tion to me, in proper form, for Letters of Administration on the estate of Robert Bennett, col’d, late of said county, de ceased— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any, on the first Monday in December, 1881, at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said letters should not be granted the applicant. Given under my official signature, No vember 2d, 1881. H. W, BELL, Only. Subscribe for the Herald .