THE BANNER-WATCHMAN ATHENS, GA.. OCTOBER 14. i8>>6
THE PENNSVLVaNIA CENT HA!,
OBOR0IA SaIUUMD oowart.
KTONE MOI STATK ROUTE,
orrica um«a MAHaumh.
Augusta* G Je»*. l*th, 1SW.
Commencing Su-uay ll*.b ius|> m, tbo loUow*
111/ l l 4‘*r1 l H f t •thuja 0 Wll. OpeiSle OU lilt* WM
Tw.uVrun b> Wth luerld au tlme-ai u-inute*
jlowirflnin AuxHitAtnn .
.Tri.phons 1J.J. fj Clayton fllrwt?
la delivered by carrl-rs la Ik* ally lor W a yea
S cent-u m jotb or r. earn* tor two *foU kkm
riM» Wn«B'rw>i>1aui subscribers, pottage freer
7:45* xu Leave Atlanta 2A&p.»
.....a- . A 1 Aft ra «■
J. A. GRANT
Represents First-Class, Prompt
ASSETS REPRESENTED $40,000,000
Tea HoethNre ■ woer, mianjurmi
Mother* Waieb iun, 1KM. Consolidated March,
ISA • • • -
L've Augusta.. LOJO turn
ATLAS * I,
Train numD#rX7 will atop a* ana receive p
tengers to end Iron the following ateiona only
Grevetown, Harlem, Dearing. Tbomaon Nor
wood. Barnet Crawfordvllle, Onion Point,Green-
eaboro, Madiaon, Rutledge, Social Circle
Covington, Conjrera, Lithonla, *ton* Moan
tain and Decatur. TYain No. IS % ill atop. aa
and receive paiaenyera to end from the
following stall oua only: Groveiown, Hincn.
Nearing Thompzon, Norwood, li.rn.lt Cnw!
fordviue, Onion .Point, Oroonoboro, Uodlwn
Bulled,e, Boctal Circle, Corington, Conyon,
LUhonta. Stone Mountain nod Decatur.
Train No. ii on atkon. branch gitea puaen-
gcra from No Moo win Uae, Uminnta. tor
.upper at Oaloa Point.
Tholaat malt run. through itaapui batwoaa
Atlanta and Ohwlaoton. Train, to and from.
*«AFji». , Un£&£~
JOB W. WHITE, Gen’l TravtlUf Faaaense
Agent, Augusta. Ga.
Ciuea cottuecuuiM wade at Lula end Cornelia
with paweuger trains oe Richmond and Danville
Railroad, both Kant and Went, ample time for
■ujjj*cr at Lula oe evening trains, buperb
steeping caa accommodation*. The ahertost aud
quick eat route between Athena end all point!
Noilh, 'Bast and West
C. W. CHEARS, Gen. Paw. Agent
PIEDMONT AIR-LI-4E ROUTS,
flichmonrid end Danville Railroad Co
Til h popular route to all pointu
NORTH AMD EAST
Doubl. Daily Trains .f Flag.nt Coocbc. tun
Ihrougli wlltn ut th.tlgi, Mm. Atlanta
•ud Vtutiiu.um, with Pul.aan Burn
Sleeping Co,, iti.nu to s aw Ywa
end uouicom.ry t. Washington.
Only a Hour. Tr.iaU AttadiaioNi'W Von.
T • • .... O,*! to III to dll V 1U
ArLuta IBM an 7.41 p ■
ASHVILLE ANIr gl'ARTANBUBC RAILiSoPaS
Ar AahrilJe —I^Opn
One aqaa/t, three months
Special contract rate* made In the office.
Ourfriet tld are requ-•*!«! to scad u« uewa by
poatai card or hitler and brief ealea on tm
portaat topic , are melted.
Hiuaric*. anaouicemen t afor uflii . .
atloaa proponing caadld a ca will be charged
paclal i a tea.
KmIuuco. .basld be aid. by cap ran. pratal
oow, toonoy otd« or n slM.ito lent r.
All commonlc4llon..iiouldoo.ddr.awd to
tllK RANKER- WATCHMAN,
Charleston i» free from further shakes.
Gen. Henry R. Jackson is now on his
way from Mexico to Marietta.
Hon. Heveiii.v I). Evans, Ju.. repre-
sentativd from Washington county, is but
21 years chi.
Harvard hart the lnrgest freshmsn
class that the institution has ever known.
Ho far 2118 huve tegisleretl and more are
liuniNii August the deaths in New
York city averaged one every fifteen
minutes. During July the average was
one in every ten minutes.
ling and Northern Railro»d whieh hi
making its way towards A titans wi'l be
realised when we relloct upon the matter
contained.in ■ New York letter printed
Tb» whole (Acme is now laid out be-
fore us. The PennitylrnnU Cen-
trel Railroad is struggling for a South
ern outlet Its great line from New
York, through Philadelphia and Norfolk
Is Imilding for a Southerly connection.
This much it is obliged to have. Its old
'rival, the Baltimore and Ohio, has struck
out in the same direction. It has
ranged for A continuation of the tihenan-
dnah Valley Railroad through North
Carolina, upper Georgia, Alabama,
thence to Pensacola. The Pennsylvania
Central sects n line over the 8eaboard
and Roanoke track to Weldon; thence
over several separate links to Chester, 8.
C., whence the proposed extension
through Greenwood, AbbeYule, Klberton
Mr. Marion J. Verdery, who has trac
ed this line in its Southern hearings,
writes that “for the construction of this
new road the capital is absolutely ready.
No better guarantee could be given than
that the Pennsylvania Central is behind
the enterprise. Whatever that powerful
corporation espouses is perfectly pro
tected against failure if millions of mon
ey can insure success."
At Athens the course of the railroad
has not been definitely determined. It
may deHect southward through Macon—
throve to Florida—or it may continue to
Atlanta. At ail events it will find in
Athens a Southern link which it may
use to me t the llaitimoro and Ohio in
Florida, or it may tend westward to At
lanta. in any way it will prove a great
factor for*Athena. It will be the most
Naw Yoita City opens the municipal
campaign three week* before election,. .... ......
day," The light is short, sharp and in- I '>ne which has pointed th»
Dbmochatk of now York art* making a
gn-at i-ffert to turn out the “half-breeil”
Senator, Warner Miller, ami turn in n
Mb. Gi.aphtonb i* unahle to leave his
bed room, lie in Buffering from fever,
and his condition is believed to Ik* worse
than is publicly admitted.
Timur, will bo in the next House three
W. II. Felton’s. Bartow, Bibb and Ma
con counties furnish the trio. Tht re will
be three HuhnscIIm—from Chatham,Clarke
While Sorthvrn workmen are crowd
ing colored laborers from all the crafts
XkwJekhey Germans are protesting
against the prohibition plank in the Bo-
publican* platform adopted by the State
Convention. When their kegs are broach
ed the Gorman's have threatened to Imlt.
Mr. Powdealy reaffirms the proposi
tion that there must be no color line in’
lalior. Then lot the factories .bo filled
up with negroos, says the Augusta Eve
ning Newt. Tho Knights cannot object
The Knights of Labor have appointed
a committee to collect evidence going to
ahow that'employ ora have entered into
conspiracies ogainst workmen, and to in
stitute suit against such employers under
the conspiracy laws in all cases where
proof is obtainable.
No county will have finer representa
tion in the next House than Oglethorpe.
Hon. J. T. Olive and Hon. W. C. Birch-
more will guard the interests of the peo-
.pie in a faithful and efficient way. Huch
men will have strong 'nfluence on the
ar since the old horse cars toiled up
i the tram way from Union Point. It will
give new life to trade and new inspiration
to all enterprise. It will awaken Athens
at once into a city of large proportions,
and will instill new vigor into the section
of Carolina and .Georgia along which the
route is fixed. It will give Athens easy
access to Klberton, Abbeville and the
growing country of the Savannah Valley,
which is just now developing under the
magnetising touch of steel rails. It will
put us in immediate communication with
Now York and Philadelphia, and insure
us even better eastern freights than we
now control. The possibilities of the
Georgia, Carolina and Northern Bailroad
are simply immense. The city of Ath
ens mid the counties of Clarke, Madison,
JJU- —* U’wllnn tor to vital! V concerned.
AUK THEY INDIFFERENT?
MOST PERFECT MADE
a. ps*ed with atrfct regard to Parity, Strength, and
ReaUafotosee. Dr. Prfca a Baking Powder containe
no AmnuMla^lmejAlnmorPhoaphatoa. Dr.Price’a
Extract^ Vanilla, Lemoa, atc^ flavor deliciously.
yecies of Itch-
t Burning Diseases
Cured by Cutieura
rCZKUA. or Balt RbMm, wl.b 11. .lionizing
L ttoblDi and burning, Instantly relieved by a
warm oath with CaUcura 8oap, and - —
p Herat Ion of CaUcura, the groat Hkin
repeated dally, with twoer three doaea ofCutl*
cur* Resolvent, the Haw Blood Purifier, i
the blood cool, the peraplralfen pure and
tating, the bowels open, tne liver and kidney*
OcUto, will apoadll? cure Ecaema. Tettor. Ring
worm, Psoriasis, Lichen. Prurttua, Bcala Head
Hand raff, and every apeclee of Itching. Hcaiy and
Pimply Hamoraof the scalp and Skin, when the
beat phyaiciana and all known remedies rail.
Salt Rher m.'on head. nrck. fece. arms and lega
f.»r seventeen yeara; not able to walk except on
haadaand knees for one year; notable to help
itself for eight yean; triad hundreds of reme-
jfea; doctors pronounced my ease hopeless; per
manently cured by the Oaticura Remedies.
26tt Dear bon Btrcct, Chicago, Ill.
Home flva months ago 1 had the pie
form you of my Improvemant la the uae of the
i ntteura R* medtealn my case of severe Cnronlc
Eczema Erythematosa, and to-day cheerfully
—__ —ia Bryl... . ... —— —— .
confl-n all I then said. I eona der my car# per
feet and complete, and attribute It entirely to
your remedies, having — ■* w
Osii ttAlM nio.l i-xpejiwicwJ mil most
useful member* of the next House will
bo Hon. Martin V. Calvin, of llichntoiul.
Ha ha* keen elected for the third term to
the General Aaaembly of Georgia. For
the pant four year* ho ha* been chairmen Of
the Cominitteo on Kdurttion, with which
great interest he ha* been a* prominent
ly identified aa any man in the Statu. Ha
ha* been * teacher and ha* written and
worked extenaivaly for the cauae. Mr.
Calvin ha* been chairman of the Home
Kducational Committee for four yeara
and ha* hail a working place on the Ag
ricultural and Military Committee*. Du
ring the Keaaion of the last Legislature
the Speaker of the Houee called upon
Mr. Calvin a number of times to preside.
He Is a fine parliamentarian, and will pro
bably bo presented by hi* friend* a* a
candidate for Speaker pro-tem. of the
House, which will organise on the first
Wednesday in November next Mr.
Calvin does not seok the Aral but
the second place, and hi* record for
dilligenee and probity in the Legislature
ahould secure for him the position for
which be will be pressed. It was at Mr.
Calvin's suggestion that the Hucceaaful
experiment of printing a daily joqrnal
was attempted in the Honae. He showed
special aptitude for legislative work, and
is one of the pnrcgt and meat painstaking
men ill the Legislature. The Baxxxb-
WatciikXn- would be gfad to tr* M*.
rin elected to the place.
Cin any merclumt or any citizen of
Athens affect or afford to bo Indifferent
to the municipal content which is now
Arc they indifferent to the kind of
men they may elect to the mayoralty and
Are thoy indifferent to the ordinances
which insy he passed bearing upon their
Are they indifferent to the burdens of
taxation which may ho heaped upon their
property and which may block their
Are they indifferent to tho policy
which may keep their city government
clean and honest, or which may render
it corrupt and vicioua?
Are thoy indifferent to the class of men
who may control city affairs snd to the
interest which they represent?
Are they indifferent to the men who
will sh*|>e tho commercial policy of the
city or who will give coloring to public
snd private enterprise?
Are thoy indiffere nt to municipal pro
gress and to that immediate system of
home rule which is dispensed by the
. c >_ty. government, snd by which more
communities have been clogged, aud
more cities l>ankrupted than by any oth
er known intlii cnee?
8306 Peons avenue, Hi. Lout., Mo.
I bare niBVred Irom ell Kbtum forover right
j.sra, at time. »o bad that I could not atlcud to
atr bu.lneM tor wash, at a Urn.; Three boxe.
xa John THIEL, Wllko»oura, Pa.
AraralS byril drngxlat*. Pries-CuUeura,60c.;
eaoWent, ,1.00: So.p, 75c. Prepared bj tb.
Potter Drug Mid < hemic.' Co., Borion, SOI.
rug and < bemte.' C
Sa.dfbr “Mow to Cur. Skin D.
BEAU T,KY Comptzziou sod 8km by
utfng th« Cutieura Soap.
I CAN’T BREATHE.
Chest Pains, Numbness. Roreneaa,
Hacking Cough, Asthma, Pleurisy aud
Inflammation relieved in one minute
,bv the Cutieura Anti-Pain Plaster.
'Nothin# like it. At druqxista, 25c,
Inc like It
». Potter liruf and Chemical Oo.,
Fancy 1 Chamber Sets, Vases,
- Wine Sets, Flower Stands,
Cups anti Saucers, Candlesticks,
Fancy Tumblers, Glass Pitchers,
French China Ten Setts;
Also, large line Fancy Lumps,
And Nickle Electric Lamps
at £2.25 to $2 50 each
To arrive in a few days:
Large line F ancy Swinging Lamp
and other fancy and staple goods.
r Every tody invite to calid look through
especially THE LADIES.
aprt8 div J. H. HUGGINS.
If you want something nice call ot)
As he has always on hand
Cakes, Bread, Candy l Confectionery
ra o. all kinds, by the plate.
““ Fruit, *—
Also Ice Cl
Chocolate, Verneiia, Lemon, Strawbery and
nowflate; alao Roman Punch Orange aud Ap-
and Lemon Hhebert. made to order. So
NATUR ' r K . y ;' c ' i !™ E ’ v
CURE FOR 'twSuw '
ltisc»ataln in lu vlTecta
It is gentle in Its action II
palatable to the taste, e,
an be relief 1
„ ng. nature.
Lonot take violent purge-
itlvea Touraelves, or allow
your children to take them,
’always uae this elegant
vblch has lor more than
' ~ forty yeara a public favorite
DYSPEPSII.&I 7 fV " J '
E. K. LUMPKIN,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in any aad all of the court* by
pedal Hrrungtment. Office In old Franklin
Iloufie* " “ -
A Hat of 1000 newspapers divided Into STATES
AN'D^SECTlOXS will be amt on application—
To those who want their advertising top*
ravwra. a.,.*. 4,EO. P. RoWELL A CO.,
. .. Nawsp. per Advaxtislug Boreau,
SseplG-dlui )0 Spruce ktreot. New Yoik
!* « ?5o
= ®25P5 .-Ou|8
•S= “s Q °“
I.XT tht police lie on the look-out for
the gang of hotise-hreakprs that wo are
satisfied are working the window shutters
snd front doors of the city. The efforts
at robbery are ingenious and audacious:
Oao or two grrestii and convictions or one
or two w*U-directod pistol baRs Will put a
stop to this aort.eC thing. It is prepqiwil
that out police officer* be authorised by
ordinance. If they, are not already au?
thoriaed, to- arrest suspicious parties
prowling about tho streets at nighL
* MtoMto, CLARKE OOCXTY.-Old tu
Lonisiana State Lottery Co.
“We do hereby certify thnt we su
pervise the arrangements for all the
Monthly and Quarterly drawings of the
Louisiana State lottery oompany, and in
per-on manage and control the Draw
ings themselves, and thnt.the same are
conducted with nouestr, fairness and Id
good faith toward all parties, and we au
thorise the Company to use this certifi
cate, with fac-similes O' our signatures
attached, In Itg advertisements.”
A FRIEND 1JN in 1Z.DO
Baa been ua«d fc>r inorr than 50 years, and is tbs
bast known remedy for Rheumatism. Neuralgia,
Sprains. Bruises, Cut*, Burns, Wounds, and all
external’~* — ** “
E. L. J. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AN1COLNCkLLOR AT'LA*
HARMONY ‘GROVE, GEORGIA.
Will practice in Jacks* n. Banks, Madia t.
Will giro special aiuutioii to collcclioits and
make prempt returns Office, room No.2, over
Dr.Haidcman a drug atoro
Atheni, Ga., Jena flat, 11M, Thu following
aehouulawiil operate en this rood. -Traiaa run
by 7&thmeridlau time.
daily Jtxcxrr sun nave.
Arrive at Harmouy Grove.
Airiva at Lula
Arrive at Atlanta .mm
Arrive at Clarkeavlllu
Arrive at TaUuiah rails
a:4d u m
\M » •
leu? p m
i^ti p aa
7:46 p m
iu.40 p m
DAILY KXCorT SUNDAY
Leave iUUUlau rails
Leave Lula mm.
Airive Harmony Grove..
A rn vc at Athena
kOo m «.
•:ea u m
ll:iu u as
1*0* p tu
8:40 P m
lailulah Fails AccousmodaUuu Oper»t«a on
Weduesdxya and Saturdays oni>.
Leave Tallulah Falls
Arrive at uiarkasvilie
Arrive at C*r alia
«;40 p m
7:23 P m
7:80 p m
Arrif e at cl*' kesvilla
Arrive at Tallulah Fulls
•tio p ra
Into) p ■
W. B. BUENETT.
RELIEVES AT ONCE. Cures Inflamed and waa
ariw in a taw hour*. Given NO PAIN. The bES
REMEDY In the world for granulated lids. Pride
25 Cents a bottle. Aik for It. llave no alter.
DICKEY 8 ANDERSON, Proprietors.
UtsSavsaSprings Mass.] BBIPfnt-lt«r
FOR SALE OR KENT.
banka and bankers
We the ndenl
will pay all _
State Lotteries widen may be presented
at oar counters.
Prises drawn ! n the Louia-
JHUBLBIBT, Fraa. Loatataa* Rational Bank
J W KlUIttBTH, l'res. mate .National naak
J USUlWI-I.Prca. Raw Orleans Ratlaaal Bank
Land For Rent
I bare a tra<dwf good, enltlvatod land (most of
It trefih), #«• miles to*low Athena on Ua Laxlng-
ton romi. I will divide this up into one, two. and
three and lour horse farms, and rent these places
•at on reasonable terms on monied note or for
port of crop, to responsible partlea. These
-* have food frame balldinta and fine wate
aaiaaa. augSllm W.H. Jonea, Jr. r
A four-room cottage, good girdctv:
and well water; convenient to bualnes.
,J. T. Co *
the people of any State.
_ Jt newer renter or ewfamii.
l*a Grand riagla IVaaikcr Dra
Hon. H. H, Carlton baa consented to sell a
nnaabktr of beautiful, lame building tots, frontinS
S n Ml Hedge Avenue. Thaw lota are unequaled
y aay In the city* Nature has graded these lots
mere beuotlfelly than art f*?> do; hence, aot eoe
riWTUI Monthtv Crz.tnT
I CAPITAL PRIZE >75.000.
100,000 TICKiTi AT nVSDOUJIRR Ri
Tractions to nttsb to Tsopotooa-
flCnDImtag par reoL
To pay the expense#Vf the Centy
r atfourt, ooD-nadentwitoraac/uirri
isa, faal.aerraaia hire. Matleaafy aud
W per cent
Tth To pay expenses iuf
poor, and aa !a otherwise
rih.r tawtol tkaigaa toilaatlka
**iVraralJraCf'kv u i, ot Us .brire tarts,
dkwtj, appli-1 to»r ta.t.I charge.
11,1 .Uilit'l •-r.’frariiasi" '
A ss:isr“S-Wnly. c.c.o.
R.w Orleans, La.
or ■ A Dauphin
NSW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Two four room cottages and one three
Oto cotuge, nil In excellent order, fend
convenient locution. Apply to.
with teurtemor taw),
.arrises boius. d
raw IH.S0 ,«i month.
A gyi _ f
Mro burns, sfoblea. earriage howee./dry wolli
eytlouepit,tie. “* “ *“
IB House uad Let on the
ot HU1 and
i .wean, tit koom contain, tnom.,
tab... and errant. houM, goto water,
U, (ua pw aana. Haw with good
VSffiujfXltifnool Maw Agent;
OFFICK OVF.8 CHILDS XICKRR80N •«
Practices in Stata and FaOaral Courts
If yon art In need of anything In the wav o
Pore Whiskeys, Wines or Brandies,
* Bead year orders to as at
And tfcsy will bu promptly filled. We keep only
The Purest and Best Goods,
Bat our pries* are as low as first-class liquors can
LOWE A CO.,
Greene aboro, Ga,
My Xttldancs corner Jackson to Rtrong Sts.,
B Rooms, Dressing Room, Pantry
and Basement Store Room.
Lot la one sera, ahd h a* servant*' Rooms Wood
and Coal Bouse, Chicken Boose, Largs 6
and Barn, eu Inexhrvstible well of purs t
and pipes connecting with the city mains. Large
flower pit tu front yard. Terms easy.
oeUdlm. « L. 8&. CiURBONBIEB.
New Goods I
lara saw neatvtag ray
FILL STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS.
Catt sad aaaalna, W. thwr raara ha wW.
acadsra. Hit. T. A. ADAMS.
* Alt kinds and beat quality, at
Bela .gent lor Mcotarcffo Ctol
W. B. THOMAS.'
^winto«aa]gMmkoat torjsnag men and
Neit Monday Night, Oct 4,at 8 P.M.
a F. ORB.
v. p .ir
Leave Aiiaut* vily tliui-...
Leave All .nt* RAD ti ua
••Greenv’le. . ..
‘Lynchburg .... „
7 to ah
M*. a m
11.07 a u
12.57 p ■
itt p a
8.01 |. u
1MB P a
J Of an.
4 86 an
lu as an
10 80 m V
6.U) p m
A10 a m
768 a m
Ar Rtebmoud 7 tw a m SJOwm
ar bur folk .... ... 12-0 7JU p m
.... NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD;. _
~ r~ tfiO p ■
c. nr. obram 1
R* R. THOMAS,
u.a’l. Mantgar, Richmond, Va.
G. L P.
GILDER S UYEft PILLS,
Purely vegetable, are the BEST!
■astobra • gun. Whofraalaby
J. CRAWFORD & CO.,
f.ving in aaid couuty, known as
fortal; on said 1 ml is a go->
|ooais, good waier and erch ir
la, in a*
county conutnlng six acre*, more or
TVa. 7. Anderson, deceamd to g
VS?h c £,'iSET-r.SSK S»i.
ADderaoo, deceaatd toythu
•pp.ln to; Irate to Mil, to term, of lbs taw, .It lha
re.l e.ute b-:„ns;n< to the •• ute of Mid dorao-
t There «o then fo ‘ “
irar.ed to zbow esu
concerned to show caua«. nt the regular term of
the Court of Ordinary at said fonty. to be held