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The Gainesville Eagle is authority
fr the statement that it would not be
long before a Republican paper would
be started in that town.
The Atlanta Constitution says : “ It
appears that our nice new President
is hunting around for a Georgia
Mahonc. There will be less difficulty
in discovering a Mnhone than in find
ing an clement to support him.” The
clement is here but the trouble will be
to get something for the idiots to talk
A dispatch to the Athens Daily
Banner, from Washington City, says
that, in the election of the Speaker of
the House of Representatives, the
lion. Emory Speer voted the straight
out Democratic ticket. lie did not,
however, go into the Democratic cau
cus, and will not, in the opinion oft lie
writer of the telegram, and we suppose
It is intimated that the administra
tion intend to Mahono Georgia with
Gen. Longstreet. While the General
is a nice man and all that, we could
not think of a worse man in Georgia
for the job. Gen. Longstreet is no*
popular and has no following amongst
the people. lie has never obtained
office or promineee in Georgia through
the voters, and never will.
First Assistant Postmaster General
Hatton has issued an order permitting
postal towns to be quarantined as to
mails, upon the representation of the
proper health officers or the county
medical society that small pox prevails.
Postmasters may refuse to accept the
mails from such towns, but must im
mediately report all the facts to the
Post Office Department. The mails
thus refused must be returned to the
offices from which they were sent, and
held until the quarantine is removed ;
then they must be thoroughly fumiga
ted and sent to their original destina
We see that Frank L. Ilarralson has
announced his intention of running for
Congress in the Fifth Distirct on the
Independent schedule. While we
would rather see him in the ranks of
the raossbacks, yet we don’t know of
a better man in the District, and he is
just as competent to stand of for it in
Congress as the most of them. We
know hi in like a book, and in our
knowledge he has always been a
straight forward, honest and fearless
champion of the people. Though
young, yet he has the right kind of
grit in him to make a model Represen
lative and has plenty of brains to keep
himself well balanced. If the Fifth
must run off after Independent gods,
she cannot do better than to stick to
Frank L. Ilarralson.
The contest over the Athens P->st
Office is of great importance to the
politicians. The term of office of the
present incumbent. Dr. Joe Orr, will
expire some time soon. Congressman
Speer has united with Dr. Orr's friends
in trying to secure a re-appointment
for him, but the great difficulty in the
way is that Dr. Orr’s politics don't
coincide with that of the present ad
ministration. The policy of the Ilayes
and Garfield administrations were to
encourage Mr. Speer in his fight
against the Organized Democracy by
giving him the patronage of the Dis
trict. This was very trying to the
regular Republicans of the District,
and they have always been disposed
to kick up at it, and from the present
indication it seems that they are about
to get the inside track on Mr. Speer,
since we see it slated that it will be
almost impossible to keep a Republi
can from being appointed in place of
Dr. Orr. Should Mr. Speer fail to get
his man in it will be a sure indication
of a change of policy towards the dis
affected Southern Democrats to that
*'dlowcd by the President’s immediate
Atlanta Post-Appeal: ‘ The atten
tion of the croakers who assert that
Georgia is growing poorer, is respect
fully invited to the fact that a few days
ago a man in Athens paid SSOO for a
Rome Courier: " There was an in
tercsting meeting <f the farmers- of
this county, held at the court house
yesterday inorn s nr, to discuss the
fence question. Several good speech
es were ma 10. and the proceedings
generally were impoitant.”
The Gwinnett Her il l says: ‘We
have not noticed for several years as
restlcs-i a dispos tion among ti e p< o
pin as has manifested itself Ibis fall.
M my of our fanners are selling out
and seeking now home-* in the great
west,. Most of them are i ound for
Texas, but many prefer Arkansas.—
All clas-es are goinu. some runaway
bet ween two suns, while o* hers .sell
out and leave the homes oft ictr youth
without knowing exae; Iv where they
will land when they lake 1 lie train.
Whole families sometime-* go togeth
Gainesville Southron: “ Franklin
Yarberry. of Habcrdtaiii county, is
six een years old. a l *ont four feet high,
body smail and deformed in almost,
every way. Upon this frail 1o ly is a
cad twenty nine and a half inches in
circumference, which is constantly in
motion from side to side. The hoy
knows his mother and some other per
sons, tries at times to sing, and even
makes an etfoit to t. lie. There is not
such an >tln r human be n; on earth,
w3 are quite suie.”
The Columbus Enquirer Sun says :
•• At the last term ol Chnttah >oe!i*o
Superior Court there occurred on the
tlnng that even our oldest attorney
have n ‘ver witnessed, beard or read
the like of. A neg-o was ciia r ge i
with burglar}'. The grand jury found
two indictments against him. He was
arraigned on the first and plead not
guilty. The case was tried and given
to the jury, who retired to make up a
verdict. To the second indictment
he also plead not guilty. A jury was
struck, the case tried and given to
the jury. Both juries were out at the
same time, on the same case, against
the same party for the same offence,
and tiie court was awaiting their re
turn. But Ihe strangest patt of this
strange storv is yet to be told. At
Greeneshoro Ileralii: “'The omi
uration fever is still prevalent in
Greene county. People become fas
cinated with the reports of prosperity
among farmers in the We t. Occa
sionally one return, here to the place
of his nativity from his new ho ne in
the West,. It, is the invariable custom
for such a one to brag on his adopted
country. This is natural. It is hu
man nature not to confess that any
change in our lives is for the worse.
But nothing is said of the thousands
who seek homes in anew country and
who become absolutely to > poor to re
trace their steps and tell their story
of privation an 1 want. The truth is,
prosperity snd adversity are common
to all countries; the rich and the poor
wc find among all people.”
The Swainsboro Herald details the
following fatal accident: “As the
train at the mill of Thompson and
lliendell was coming in from the sta
tion last Wednesday, Mr. Sack Gil
pins, a work hand at the mill, who was
on the train, jumprd down with the
intention of moving the switch, when
from some eau c e he slipped and fell,
the train knocking him on the track
and ran over his left shoulder and side
of his head, killing him instantly. Mr.
Gilpins was a poor, hones and hard
working man, with a wife and two
children, who are left in almost des
titute circumstances. Mr. lliendell.
one of the proprietors of the mill, has
kindly promised to still pay to the
widow the regular salary of the un
fortunate man. Such acts of benevo
lence are not soon forgotten.”
The Dahlonego Mountain Signal
gives the following particulars of a
horrible murder recently perpetrated
in that town : "On Tuesday evening,
at about 4 o’clock, our peaceful and
law-abiding cit/zcns were slat tied
the report of an atrocious murder
which hud just been perpet r atcd. Im
mediately proceeding to l he spot where
the crime was committed (Captain
Frank W. Hall's store) we found the
unfortunate victim lying on the floor
perfectly dead, the I all from the as
sassin’s pistol had is antly done its
work and sent an un| repared soul to
the judgment seat of h s Creator. The
particulars as far as wc c n learn, we e
to the effect that a man by the name
of John C. Beil, who resides about a
mile from Dahloncga. had a distur
bance with a trail named James Wea
ver. which, however, had apparentty
blown ovt r. as they had previously
been intimate friends, hut whilst still
under the influence of liquor, Bell bor
rowed a p stol from an ex collegian.
G. C. Sutcliff, and immediately hasten
ed to Capt. Hull’s store, where the
unf< rlunate victim, John Blackstock.
endeavored to wrench the pistol from
his hand, Weavorsu\ inj, ‘don't shoot,
don't shoot,’ and Rlackstosk said, 'if
von want to shoot, shoot me.’ Pell
then replied, ‘d—n y.u. John Black
stock, I will shoot you,’ and leveling
liia pistol immediately tired, and Black
stock, after staggeiing a few paces into
the store, fell dead. The murderer,
during the excitement which was thus
caused, made his escape, Rut wc hope
he will speedily be captured and
brought to justice t > answer for the
horrible deed which he has just com
milted. A reward of one hundred dol
lars is offered by-the citizens for his
apprehension. When last seen lie
was evidently making for the Tcsna
tee Gap. Since the above was in
type the murderer has been brought
in and safely lodged in jail. He was
captured about sixteen or seventeen
miles from Dahlonega, by Sheriff Sat
terfield, accompanied by Captain A.
J. Reece and Mr. Washington Deck,
as he was making his way towards his
old home in Tennessee.”
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Athens, (la., Nov. 11th, 1881.
DAViD.LAMDRETH &SQMS. PHRA
(A EORGTA, Jackson County.
Whereas, upon application to me, in
terms of the law. 4>} r one-fifth of the qual
ified vo'ers of the 245th (-Jefferson) Dis
trict. G. M.. of said county, asking for an
election to be called in said Distriot, that
the question of the restriction of the sale
of intoxicating liquors in said District
may be submitted to the voters thereof
(except t hose in the corporate limits of the
town of Jefferson) —
It is hercbv ordered that an election be
held in said District, at the usual place of
holding elections in the same, on Monday,
the 9th day of January. 1882; that those
voting at said election who favor restric
tion shall have written Or printed on their
ballots the words, “For Restriction.”
and those who oppose shall have written
or printed on their ballots the words,
“ Against Restriction," and that the man
agers of said election shall kc • p duplicate
list of voters and tallcy sheets, certify and
sign the same, one of which shall be filed
with* the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county and the other forwarded with
out delay to his Excellency the Governor.
dec 9 11. W. BELL, Only.
Whereas, upon application to me. in
terms of the law. by one-fifth of the quali
fied voters of the -428th (Cunningham's)
District. G. M.. of said county, a king for
an election to he called in said District,
that the question of the restriction of the
sale of intoxicating liquors in said Dis
trict may be submitted to the voters
It is hereby ordered that an election be
held in said District, at the usual place of
holding elections in the same, on Wednes
day. the 11th day of January, 1882 ; that
those voting at said election who favor
restriction shall have written or printed
on their ballots the words. *• For Restric
tion.'’ and those who oppose shall have
written or printed on their ballots the
words. ** Against Restriction,” and that
the managers of said election shall keep
duplicate list of voters and talley sheets,
certify and sign the same, one of which
shall be filed with the Clerk of the Supe
rior Court of said county and tlie other
forwarded without delay to his Excellency
the Governor. 11. W. BELL, Ord'v.
To till; Traveling Public.
r IMIE undersigned is now running the
X mail route from .Jefferson. (01.. to
i Harmony Grove, Ga. Leaves .Jefferson
I daily (except Sunday) at 7.1 o’clock A. M.
land arrives, at ilarmonv Grove at !().•
A. M ; leaves Ilarmonv Grove at 1 o'clock
P. M. and arrives at Jefferson at 4 i*. M.
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train at Harmony Grove. When notified
in time, will rim my hack for the accom
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dec 9-tf -J. ll.‘ REIXIIARDT.
MV plantation, on Gurry’s creek, live
lxl. miles from Jefferson, known as the
Toni Shackelford place. A good two
horse farm, consisting of twent v-odd acres
good bottom land and about twenty-five
acres of good cotton land. Ordinary build
ings amt improvements on said place.
M ill rent for a term of one or more years.
W. C. Howard, at -Jellerson. Ga.. is my
agent, and will contract with any one who
may wish to rent the place.
T. J. SHACKELFORD.
Doe. nth. 1881.
To Debtors o' Creditors.
4 LL persons having demands against
the estate of J. D. Lyle, late of
•Jackson county, deceased, arc hereby re
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MEN’S, HOYS’ AND YOUTH'S
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
CARV ET S , SI IxVD ES ,
3Lace 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 arc sure we can save them money.
. I 'ei'ij respectfully,
M. G. & J. COHEN.
Athens, Ga., September 30th, 1881.
AN UNPRECEDENTED DKOUTII
Has greatly injured crops of every description, thereby rendering
The strictest economy in all our expenditures. Fully alive to this fact, we have re
duced the prices on
Boots and Shoes
Lo the very lowest possible figure. Our stock is one of the largest in the Stato.
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Everybody invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
lie specifiMy ,
BALDWIN & BURNETT,
s °i’ t3o No. 3 Broad St., Athens, Ga.
FIRE PROOF MESSENGER BOXES
T. FLEMIJfU & SO.XS
WILL MOVE TIIEIR STOCK OF
to Reaves, Nicholson A Co.’s old stand on January Ist, ISS2, and will be glad to see
their friends as heretofore.
xVthens, Ga., Dec. 9, 1881.
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