BANNER-WATCHMAN, ATHENS, GA* AUGUST j6, i&>6.
Magarficeat Water Power for Sail!
The well known ester power below the conuente
~~ To th. »*»* i-Airr
Leave AUfej.u 2-46 p. a
Ar*tt> AiU-ns 7 40 p.m
Lmti aUii.ua 2 60 p.m
Arrt Mr»*ie*e» ll p.m
“ Lexingi u.. S:4ip.m
*• AiiUw •»... 4:W» p,»a
" M*xe)» ... 4:1ft p.m
" vtooavllle. 4:4ft p m
•• luPt 4:hftp.ia
A**T» /trn'u 8.16 i»
Wo, 97, » Lfc • L at.
Lft Augusta 7:-jft a u
a v« Atupna. I2:i6p, m
L’ve Atfctua 7:«6 a a
Ar’ve Wm'Y'rn 3 04 a HI
" Lexln^um.. 8:8ft «-u
“ Antioca... 8:‘ft a.Hi
" Mazeya.. . 8:04 a.m
“ Woouville. 8:2ft a.id
" l!n. h..... »:40 a.m
Arr’ve Atlanta l.tam l.
. fill! WART WAR I
Meiieq, Refoses to Release Callings
Mamie Litlle has left Macon and
gone hack to Millen to prove her
Another .Southern league is an
impossibility Bince Atlanta's dis
graceful conduct. She bought the
penant last year,, which cost them
♦t.Soo, add sre trying to get it by
other methods this year.
The Southern Base Bali League
is getting into trouble. Atlanta and
Savannah are calling each other
lovely names. “You are a liar,”
and “You are trying to steal” are
some of the modest sentences used
by the clubs. *
The news Irom Mexico is that
Cutting is about to be released. The
only thing that the fuss has devel
oped is that the Confederate sol
diers could not hold office in the
United States army. This Jtw had!
better be repealed if Uncle Sana ex
pects to get into a difficulty. -
'It is said thatMriuGrover Cleve
land never forgets a name. She
knowi ail the John Smiths and Bill
Joncs’a that have been introduced
to her since she got into the White
• f lbs Noitta » na Soutli t»cnnec River known as
Harnett Sjqpl>. 'Jor 10 miles fiora Att.s-tia. \%
rom Watk tist.r.e. and * from WluU-rvl.'le, on
the Georgia 11*11 rod The dirt road to the pro
perty la 1- veL TKn shoal* are very fine, he fell is
r.t i-jofeet th rol ;ntoi ira’eris 1 :.v ) ie« -, (cuLii)
The shoals a. • lei than one mile Ionic The iur-
vey and ir.aj* ..t* ia».de bv I'roi liairow of the
Slate University hencecan be relied upon. There
isat'ach-'d to fie jo 2' >ac r e«o la* 1 suitable
f»rs vilieLff for o..pe. vt«. Asti m ana across
the land and ri-es hi/U enough on Lie bill to
mrow Us being used o force water by gravity
through tay building* and couldbe a~o<l ago hue
fire and tor other r-ttipfts-*> The atemplated
Hsilroad fiom Athens Soi.tb will v only a few
tuilta fiomt^e p operty, for roanun. uuri.ig pur-
emOlAL OROAJI Of
%j of AthftteCand Clarke, Oconee k Banka
MO. 1, WJthT PA . I
L’vt Aiii’UhU. a.Uli
•• Macon—.. 7:10 an
** Waahl’g'n.11:20 a.ml
“Athens.... 9;t0 a.ui'
*' Wlnterr’e 9:24 a-m
Lex’gt’n.. 10:0ft a.m
“ Antioch.. 10:44 a,m
*' Mazeya .. 11:00 a.m
*• WoodvIUe 11:37 p.m
Ar’ve U'nH.. 11:66 a.a.
«* Atlanta. ft:EJ p.n i
*0.3, WEST DAILY. I
r ‘*i AiUia ’/V5T
, HoouvlUe 2:99
llazeya... s : gg
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■'kUAM ' Vt * ^
T. L, GANTT, Eorrox.
has no auperlor. For parttes*
real Kx, near the property ol
J. 8. WILLIFORD, R.E^A.
CUTTING ON FRUIT JARS
Mil. I’l.KASANT A. STOVALL.
. 7:30 p,m
7:3o p m
| Mr. Pleasant A. Stovall has been
connected with The Chronicle foi
ten years. Shortly after his rradu-
ation at the Stste University he
was offered a position on The
p n.| •itAilknau.
Arrive Macon 6:46 awl " Macon .
Ar’ve Atla-U. ft:40 a.m-ar’e Augusta,
2 mill Hum her •:? will biop as ana receive p
•engers to and irom the luilow.ug tlaious only
Urevetowu, Hsriem, lAMuug, ihomaou Nor
wood, CrawfbrilvlUe, Union Fi»at, Ureetm-
buru, Madison, Rutledge, eociai circle
Covington, Conjrora, LllhonU, eioue Mono
talu and Dfcalor. Tram.Nv. 2ft s.Ustop at
and receive pasa^ugers to and from the
following staUous only: (Jrovetown, F" nem,
Thompson, Norwood, Craalonlville, Lnion
Point, UreensDoro, Madison Mutieuge, becial
Train Ha. tt on nUiena I -aneb ,Irca paiuea-
(«n Own Mo«S«main U.«, ismlnoioa lor
■epper at Onion Point.
AU«nioonnectwUMraliu27, as. 1 uai
Since that time he hss
filled, most acceptably, every, posi
tion in the editorial department.
He resigns to-day to take editorial
charge ol the Banner-Watchman,
of Athens, in which paper he has
purchased a half Interest.
We psrt from Mr. Stovall with
great regret. During ti e whole cl
our personal and business relations,
there never has been an unkind
word between us. He carries with
him the good wishes of The Chron
icle and of the community.
With a cultivated mind and per
fect independence of thought; with
courage in the maintenance o
views combined with an inate aeu«e
of justice and an inborn courtesy
that never wounds, Mr. Stovall ha.
the ability and the experience to
make himself one of the mo.t
prominent and successful journal-
iota of the South. His usefulness to
the State and the development ol
his talent will be quickened by his
opportunity and tespunsibility in
ilia new field of labors.
Mr. Stovall’s first
awarded in 1888 at the Expositions of,
New Orleans and Loulirille, and the In
ventions Exposition of London.' *
lbs superiority of OoraUne over hom
or whalebone boo now boon domoostiatod
by brer Are yeon* experience. It la more
durable; more pliable, more comfortable.
BOd flMV^ brtak*.
Avoid cheap imitation! made of various
kinds of Cord. Nooe are genuine unless
“Da. Vfiaxia'i Coiuuas" la printed
on Inside of steel cover.
HI I All IT AUIIABIRI MIKHAITI.
353 Broadway, New York City
a s who may desire tA m
c ty for, treatment.
appliances superior; correspondent-
stile'’- confidential. Write full history
of yoor esse, and direct to myself at
II, ' D '5Ioha9rEUDENTHAL, M. D'
' If yen Will
GIVE ME A CALL.
ATUKlTi, UL, JUM *11.t. 1UO.U10 follow 111
MkoouMwlil oponlo .a ikio na. Tran., rtu
oy TStam.no ru iimo
i 'lS awniai Prime., Ccmcurj Enel
raalie Earn,. Wrarsht, ewt >nd
r&'sjfn®''.* 1 mX"ri
if FI an blag rankhed at rate* u lew
at with good work Personal taper
in Iqfacte contract.
C, B. Verone
Makers ft boaly lft mile* te Tallulah Ka'-e
yen tUi can go to tbr Fr’li iu2ft nlnuUft oah. K
it. spend the d« * aad rvlurp lo the eyenl.
Nothing will oe 1c . undone , to make tblat
gsvcfttraecnor the «r: wo. A gool etnng bs
emp'ov'd tvr th - enoa. SpecUl ratos w
LYCETTS ART SCHOOL
Wedutea »ye end e»suia>y only,
Leave toruell* v: 0 p m
arrive at cl» kesvlllo vjh u m
krn de at Twilulah Fall* lvua p m
L*otw cuuuecuunv uaueat Lula and iornelia
#itn pMwangei triUbe on Bt* hmJna »ud iienvtila
aUurwAU, both fciui and Wait, Ample time lor
•upper it Lula oa cveiling irelaa, feupeib
steeping car accommodaMonn. Theniterteft and
«uickc»i route L» iwetn A then* aud mi pLinta
•uitn. Maet auu Weet
.*». JR.BKMNABD, fino'i
O. W. CUE/.Rs, Ota. ha. a»0»i? “*“■ °“
Germeny and Iie'y
AT LOWBBi;RATES Of IXCHANUK.
A.* ‘TULL, Cftfthitr*
work was at a reporter fur a shori
time on the Athens Banner, then
t ied by Hon. II. H. Carlton, now
Congressman elect from the
Eighth Distric*. His first service
on The Chronicle was as telegraph
and news editor. He was lor sev
eral years reporter and city editor,
aud lor a long time he has been one
of the ed.itorial writers. _ He ha.
conducted the editorial department
of The isl.ronicle, discussing que •
lions whin the range of a newspa
per, 'M\h a dearness, comprehcn-
■oiw'aml vigor of thought com-
lii'Ad with a delicacy of touch in
lit expression ol hit ideas that has
ditertained, instructed and charmed
our readers, V/(! ^
We honor our friend for his tal
ents. We admire him for hia beau
tiful traits, for the purity of his
heart, the gentleness of his nature
end the manliness of his character.
We predict for-Mr. Stovall an
hBnorable and successful careers,
editor of the Banner-Watchman.
The enlightened, refined and pro
gressive people of Athens are to be
congratulated on the accession of
such a citizen us Pleasant A. Sto
vall. He will publish a paper, the
influence ol which for good wil
only be circumscribed by its op
The Chronicle staff* and entire
force part from Mr. btovall will)
tender regrets and prayerful good
wishes for his success ami hap
In’tevering his connection with
. the Chronicle office, the undersign
ed fully and feelingly reciprocates
the friendly sentiments ol its man
aging editur. He recognizes that
whatever he may have done has been
largely owing to the favor he hat
found and the kindness he hat re
ceived in the Chronicle office from
its presidc.it and the employes in
it« large establishment as well as to
the partiality of his readers in Au
gusta and vicinity. He* feels, too,
that whatever he may now attempt
wilt be cheered and strengthened by
the consideration which has been
given him by the Chronicle and by
the constituents of this paper. For
Hon. Patrick Walab, for the other
members of the editorial staff* and
for all those who labor in its service
and contribute to its success, the
writer bolds the warmest interest,
and these leeltnga he is glad to know
are shared by the noble people
among whom be it about to make c
Pleasant A. Stovall. t
Rev. Dr. Tannage has preached a
lengthy sermon on daughter-in*
lews. The mother-in-law will per
haps recaivc hi* attention next. /
| ATLANTA. GA.
PISDMONT A1R.1.INE ROUTE.
• 1 Ichmonnd and Danville Railroad Co
a.eu. A.L.XUN1SI0N. .
In Effect Ju.jr 4lh, 1886,
a 1 • mu b> 7iHi* MenuLa umt-Oue hour laz
ier luitii toil) Menu ..1. tin**.
t " l O!IDIC nil dleeaeeaofflie LIVER,
wOf V.UfXiff STOMACH aad BOWELS,
a chaazw the eoqpierioo from a wap, yettou
■ rujlue vine ...
epMiUu’a . .
LaBuuy . ...
* auwu'iie ...
“uoutaboro . ..
‘Lynchburg . <MMN .
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COTTON GINS and PRESSES,
Cotton Hoed dll Mills. Cotton Meed
Untom, Cane Hills, Raw Hills,
■'alUncdh:. iqi, llanrcs,
Wind Hills and Caatlnph
Pmnn. and Tsslu.
PhTdeisas sad Dtvxgl.
E. VAN WINKLE A CO_ Atl-nta,Ca
1 I PATTERSON,
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THE CL1NGMAN TOBACCO OINTMENT
A FRIEND IN NEED
Patented 1878. Improved 1881. Patented 1882.
. Price* reduced to one-hall former price*.
lCo.1 Mach. M0.001 H0.8 Macbo 940.00
Beet Cleaner for find Cotton In the market'
No dinner can afford to be without one.
. X. TAB WIHKUB 9 CO. # Manufacturer^
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
CONSTIPATION > ..i
NEURALGIA aa p..*.
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCGISTi
m Th* Genuine has Thule Mark and croMed Ra
tiaH n wrapper.
TAKE HO OTHER.
•Daliy except Uanday
8LKEP1NU car Hauvirg.
Oatuln. Hand SI Pulln.n Boff.1
S‘5! »•* Fork ..U Ati»U. da t
and S3 Ptillra.-i Bnfff. aiwp J' ti,i
yuan aad N.. iltlnii; wf.k!a c t.,
r B. THOMAS.
IT YOUWANT SJHETHUT J VnE IALM
ronxa t, a. karris, runmn
8TXVKN8 1UOUAU, Sacur.nT.
Freperwd with a pedal retard to beahh
* *KoAaaoala,LUMor Alaaa. *
meg mm rowogn co.,
CAOO* OT. LOU I Be
9700to S8S00 &
made workis* for m. Aants pm
famish tbetr ovm horses aad give 1
to the bmrtesm. feaie momeois ■
employed eleo. A few vepeades la t
&T7ohj5om*oou wuia*- «v
Heoidont Dirsetors t
O. Ha axis, Stktbrs Tromar,
kwtov, J. 8. Hamilton,
d Phiiixt, MarcillusHtanlbt.
dTPDov, Joir W. Vicaotaov.
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J. A. GRANT
Kill Pwf lit Pqirlaiprc
OIN SAW FILINB MACHINE.
Tk* TAYLOR (UN SAW riLIk to oa. M U.
beat aid*. AD,t>odr ito Ola Saw, with
Bwialia. an ynetto.. Dm* lu vorkaallahould
b.|M. aad toa iImw laator than by hand, Er-
k-rr Raablaa wimatod. Mm|U. fay, tor
Um1I«t«»y ilMnn. <M«iRa
A. R. BUTIfERLARD^QtlbM, B. C.
Represents First-Class, Prompt
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•mve at Harmony Grove.
Aarive iu Lorn........
Arrive at Atiaata
Arrive at Ulaffceovllle
arrive at imummu rails
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