THE BANNER-WATCHMAN, ATHcNS, GA. NOVEMBER, 14. »SS6
BEST TONIC I
IT. a lartier ptosldia «f
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■*•WM OUUUCttO^ BALT1MOJUC, KB
WILL WE GET IT?
A TALK WITH COL. FOLLAHDAS
TO THE A. & C. HOAD.
He (171 Odethorpe Mutt Come Up With
Her Subscription-Some ot tbe Insides
of tbe Contract to Build tbe Bond.
The Oglethorpe Echo this week ssys;
“Filling to get sny news from heed'
quarters concerning the proposed Augus
te & Chattanooga Railroad by writing,
we went to Augusts Saturday lost snd
sought out some of the gentlemen in the
lend. We found CoL Pollard talking
railroad to s gentlemen from Columbis
county. When he hud explained its
workinn to him, he turned to us with—
' And you went to know something
ibout the A. A C.? 1 ’
“Thst’s just whet I era here for.
“Good. We’re signed 1 contr ct with
W. B. Lowe & Co., of Atlanta, for the
not sllowed to present to eny one custom
er more then $20 worth of signs, all told.
Beer is to he 48 a barrel, with 10 per
centotf. If a customer change-, hil brew- .
er. the one he adopts cannot allow him Mtoe Mthtcus. betaleblto
more than 5 per cent. iW. and for every mjtolf
barrel this brewer sells said customer the ‘
tbs earnest lollell Unmet ray Maafeanl
... j» elltzcas, bolb white and cclor- it, ft>n> sit
itomer the as candidate for Mayor at tho •pptot» c hinM«l*c»
brewer must pay *2 into the association «toy. r V% l 'VSh«eSe'-ri*«r-
fnnd. The object of this is to keep brow-, P°« r <» $•—• ' t ' 8 ' nc "'/‘n! iioulisok
era from interfering with each other's I hereby .urneooe* e> a candidate f-r te<
trsde. By thus uniting their
tbe brewers have pul aj effectual check Kir a **»■»! will l>« admtnliur-d In ta
li Je.eoiof wyelaeilon. Vcrj^Mpecttull^
on tbe boycott.
At tbe earnest c^llciatlon't mjqreUli_nt of
SPEAKER CARLISE DISGUSTED.
tie Intends to Leave Kentucky Fewer. ; m mat wa™I3rtt“ .Iw"/,
CmciNKATi, Nov. 9.-A. close frfend i
of Ur; snd Mrs. Carlisle toid the Times-1 Eowaraf, ulthful and oonwlautl'.us work to 1
... - whatever at the |
M B. UcOINTV will he a ctodtda'e for re-
iloettoh at Atdsriai
Star that the speaker and his-wife hid
PROF. CHAS. LUDWIG YON SEEGER
Polenoi of Medicine *t tha Ho al Unlvaraltjr
Knight of the Royal Au-trlaa Order ot the Iron
Cewn; Knlgnt Commander of the Royal *p»nl*h
Order of Iiabelt Knight of t e Royal Pruaalan
Order of the Red \ agio; Chevalier eg tbe Legion
of Heoor, etc,, etc., *aya:
'Liebig Co.'a Coca Be of Tonio should
net be confounded with tho horde of traiby
curn-*U«s Ulaln noaenaeofthe'wordanatent
remedy. lam thoroughly conversant with It*
mode or preparation and know It to be not only
« legitimate pharmaceutical product, but also
remedy ot the high commendations it baa re
ceived In all pari* of the world. It eoattles
lavnlnable tontlvhe are Ran Down, Nervous.
Dyspeptic, Billious, Malarious or afflicted with
weak kidneys Beware of Imitations. mmd
■er «dJ«tj’g favorite Cosmetic Glycerine
Highness the Princess of
the (Skin, Complex-
— H.00. Of
Used by her .
Wales tod the
Ion, Eruptions, Chaj
lIkhiO CO.'S OenulneSyrnp of 8amMrll?a
la guaranteed as the bees GanaparUla In the
PCZXMA. .er Sail Rheum, wl.k Its agonizing
II Iteklrgaed bur ting, tn tantly relieved by a
warm oath wtta i.utlcura Soap, and a •!n?l* ap
plication of CuM.-urs the groat 8kin Cure 1 hie
repeated dallv, with too or three dnees orcutl*
sera Resolvent, the N i» Biool Purifier, to keen
the blood coo', the poraplriUon pure and onlrrl
tatiaf, tbe bo-re:* - pen, tne liver a d kidneys
aottre, will apae lllr rare E-serna. Tetter. Ring
worm, Pr-irlaxls, ' lebeo, l’rmtu*, 83*11 Head
Dandruff, and every »peciea ef Itching. Scaly and
Pimply uamaonot *ka Scalp aad Skin, *hm th<
beet physician* and all known remedies fell.
I crate fully aeknowL&g? a* cere of Eesama. or
•alt Rbar.m, on bead, nee*, he-.*, arms and leg*
Rtf seventeen year; sot ab’e to walk except on
bands and knees for oae year: net able V> help
mi self for ulght* sere; tried hundred* g of reme
dies; doctors pronounced «ry ease bopelees; p. p
SMS Dc.rbon WM. Cklc*«*. Ill.
Kerne An Moclki w I ka-i Ik, plMiurai, In-
bra you n! ay la’imr.aml U tbs iu, of th.
I'eucun R artMtln ay caaeof m,r.C ■ to to
taw xtyt’-ewauet. ul tcwl.y cherrfH 1 y
a,li a Ml 1 Ib-naiM. 1 m.i drr ay n . per.
ketand coapl.i., and .(tribal, U aatlie'r to
jear itaMlea, ha.lnu a>ad so athara.
FKRMAN K-1NCBARD0. .
not Fean, Avenue, W Loata, Mi.
I ban ictr.rad Iron wait Rktaa fararar alakt
yaara, at Uma. a. bad (hat I coaid not altaufia
aybiulnaafor weakaat atla«. Tnrwa baxa
cl Cat eura and four twtlaa RMalraat kara an-
tiraly euiadaaol ikltdnulfnlillHiaa. _
' MU.J HM THIKt. WUkaaaaira, Pa.
* by tha
urinf tea Cattcura Soap
Iilou and Skin by
I CAN'T BREATHE.
Ckaat Fatal, Kumbiau. I
log hka It. at dnntau, lie.
> nun Drus and Cbaalaal Oa.,
J. F. SMITH • C<X.
“Mil— artSMaPraaa^ >*«*«.■»
TODHO L. «. HABE'S, Paaainain
STBTBMS 1H0VA8, SacuuaT.
' ; ' . Raaldant DtracUra •
Fauna L. O. Haaaia. MmaaTnat.
aaa H. fawna. i. a. B.W.LTOI,
S. Lima. iaaa w. Hfwuo'.
directors ace fit and will /urniih the
money fait enough. The road - between
Gainesville and .Chattanooga is to be
bnilt within t#o years after it is began,
and it it optional with the company
when work aWl bo commenced on that
end of the line."
“How’s that about building from Au-
guita to Gainesville as fait as thu mon
ey is furnished?"
“It seems that the time depends upon
tho piompiness of the Subscribers along
the line in paying their installments. II
they pay them promptly that will ena
ble us to float more bonds, and work
will be carried on in proportion to the
amount of money raisea each month.”
“Then it will not be a year before the
road will be completed to Gainsville?”
“X think not. Within ten months all
the installments will have been oalled in
and by that time the road will be through.
But first of all some of the countiee will
will have to increase their subscriptions,
among them Oglethorpe. The counties
from hero through Lincoln aro about up
with their subscriptions and the line will
first be located to Lincolnton. ‘ Then if
the counties above there do not come up,
it may ba that a diflection will be made
then, snathe road go through Elbert
county, her people haring offered to grade
it through the county."
“How much does Oglethorpe leek of
“Includingsome conditional subscrip
tions, she lacks only about $3,500, but it
seems that that smalt amount is hard to
get Your people most raise it, or I fear
they will not get the road.”
“Is Auguste fully up to her amount?"
“Not quite, but subscriptions are being
taken almost every day, and we are quite
confident the amount asked of tho city
will be forthcoming."
“Suppose not Will you diflect the
route at Lincolnton and go around her to
some other city?”
“Guess not Augusta needs the road
and must have it Her people are awak
ening to the sense of her situation and
frstirring themselves to regain some of
the territory she has lost. By building
tho A. h C. she will do this.”
“Hss the surveying party started out?”
“No not yet 'the chief surriyor baa
aodeover th. line the Lincolnton. Every*
thing is in readiness, and the party will
stall Monday morning probably. 1 will
follow after tbe surveyors securing deeds
to the right of way. This work will take
only a few weeks when the contractors
will begin work. You may say to your peo
ple that only a short time remains for
them to do their duty in this matter.
We must have the $20,000 asked of Ogle-
thorp county before we can decide
which route the road wi|l run. It may
turn at Lincolnton and go tha Athons
routs, but tha Elberton routs is the most
favorable. Whatever if done must be
done within the next week Or ten days,
as the directors are impatient to sea work
begin. The contractors are ready to
start and in all probability grading will
ba under headway by tha first of Decetn-
"Then the road ii a certainty.”
“ It is. The contracts that have been
signed up are quite iavorable ones to tha
road. The contractors aro respoucible
parties, and we believe all the mrney
needed to finish tho project will be
forthcoming when needed; that is, if the
counties now behind do what we expect
them to do. We are confident that the
road will be completed through to Chat
tanooga within three years at the furthest,
nenf.'ttUtiVt' and'reSyUuU-.tn «rk to j
tsuvaro! lb* publicwnrlce
n!L*o£o.M.„« tntUCW f0r * T " “ * I “m-B. McQINTV .it. be . US for re-
P 1 ??? °, * denC *' . , .. .. | election a* Aldrraan la tbe tetnt want and a- k*
“And you may say further,” said the tuesupporter the voter*,
gentleman, “that upon their return from Dr J. a .H ux KIoUTT. ill
Kansas they will remain a short time tbe AU ' rm *° '• «»e»o j ftk Wa» br m*n, rotrr..
oflfr. and Mrs. Franx Helm, of
th* rertn* cltj election a reprewntthw. In th.
_ ettf council. _
_ tho end of their residence in'
Kentucky, and thereafter their hotna
will be with thiir two tons In Wichita,
Kan tea. Do yon know that Mrs. Car
lisle feels much more keenly the man
ner in which Kenton and Campbell coun
ties treated her hnsbsndatthe lata elec-
pressious to these feelings in public on
more than one occasion since the elec
tion? On Thursday last she wss driven
to the post office in Newpert, and Col.
Spencer, whom her husband endorsed
for postmaster, was reproached in not
very mild terms for leaving Newort on
the day ol election and going with oth
ers for a hunt.”
Not only did Col. Spence, who owes
his office to Speaker Carlisle, go hunt-
on election day, but there was an-
them voted or tried to influence any
There was a number of Covington
intlomen who did the same thing and
iey apparently did it intentionally. Later
i the names will be given, but it is
known that Speaker and Mrs. Carlisle,
who is furious over the mat ter, will
never forgive nor recognize them again.
It moat be remembered that now tha
Carlisles have no home in Kentucky.
They have sold their house in Coving,
ton; their sons have moved to Kaoaaa
sad it would be merely, a nominal mat
ter for tbe speaker to forerer shake the
dust of the dark and bloody ground from
elThis feet, as he has practically done it
MB. J. 0, WABNOCK.
The above portrait Is an exoellent pic-
are of every well-known Atlanta man,
Mr. J. O. Wamock w of 148East FairSt.,
n that city. Among Mr. Warnock's
n utneroos friends and acquaintance he
Is known as a msn ol unimpeachabla
character, and his reputation for truth
is second to none. The tollowing
coming from a man of bis character,
and undor the circumstances thereof,
attiacla the attention which its facts
“I have been a sufferer with kidney
troubles for seventeen years and have
anl it may be that two years will not tali State
have elapsed before the last spikt is driv
en. Everything is working along smooth-
|y, snd ws are dsterminsd tha read shall
lie built jnst as fast aa circumstances will
permit 8tirup the people of Oglethorpe.
Tell them that they need have no fern
but that the road will be completed whan
once started. Impress upon them the
necessity of increasing tha county’s sub
scriptions to the amount asked of it It
will not ba long after this is dons before
the surveyors trill be atone, followed by
the construction force end they by the
engines and trains. Tha directors mean
“Nothing more just now. I must be
making arrangements to start after the
snrvsvoka Monday. Give tha people of
Oglethorpe my ragnards and say to them
for me that I shall expect good news
from them in a fear days saying that tbe
fgO^O'X) has been folly raised."
REWARD BEAT THE BOYCOTT.
Sr Katrine a Combination Whlck All ot
Them Will j, H
[*rw Yxk 1
If a Jersey City newspaper tells the
troth the brewers hare made a haw com-
bination, which promise
union of all the leading manufacturers.
All the principal brewers of New York,
Brooklyn, Union Hi'I, Newark and sub-
urba, with but few exceptions, are in
the pool. Each brewer i* required to
depooit|15,ti00in tho fund aa a guarantee
of good faith, mid sum to be forfaited if
any of tho pro vision! in the agreement
an violated. It is estimated that tha
' ‘ will amount^ over $1,000,000.
Nearly All Mew Ken.
In the House there areonly five mem-
ben who have been elected to the Leg-
islature three consecutive terms. They
are Speaker Little, of Muscogee, Messrs.
Griffeth, of Oconee, Calvin, of Richmond,
Tate, of Pickens, and Russell of Clarke.
A Man Who Suffered Si
lently Seven een Years,
1U WKtWW ■
MR. ANDREW COLRXAM wUl be a candidate
br recitation u councilman in tea Frtrte
man! of Athena.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
I wilt ba a osadMatater ralaoUen totes offlee
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT.
I rtapectfullr announce ayulf for reeleeUon to
,k..^cL,k.Mk.8.|.ri r cgnre j
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
the offlee at Treaaurer ot Clark Caaaty.
record a* anofflclal tab* tore thtpeepla, Elec
tion dnt Wednertev is Jan nary next.
Itcapacttnuy, 0 j, (^FARRELL-
Br daalra ot many fktonda, I herein aanonnea
cure my election. V. W. SKIFF.
I hereby aonoance myself a candidate (or
Treaaurer of Clarke Couaty, and reapectially sak
thx support xf Ui® you is* ^ p DKAUNO.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
I h«rebj announce mjadl x cxxA14l# tor Tax
Collector of Clxrko county, and aak thu hexrly
■apportof thoroterx. If ducted, I pledje my.
■eunto dufotu my bout energies tiwurd muklug
thuofflre u suecAus, uni thu poopl# will data
hut* CAOUA to lAAVAt thu truut reposed In me.
J. W. LONG.
I hereby announce myself aa a caadldAto form-
election to tbo offleo of Tax Collector of Clark#
County, and respectfully solicit the cordial tup.
E rtof tho roteiXAt the election to beheld on the
it Wednesday in January n*xt.
■VVhy don’t you buy
y: ur meats of Charley
Sbhuhait? He Takes
all the bones outof roa
fgO'tliat y*»H will lnve
| obstruction in carving
Hismnlton chops are su
perb and liis sill pork sau
sage will tickle the pal
ate of the most fastidious
epicure, Mr. Shuhart’s
—long experience gives him
the knowledge which has
long been needed in our
Don’t fail to call on him
•at his place of business on Foundry street
Reaves Warehouse Company,
liflll 1DY1NCES NUDE ON CORMIRES.
B AGGING and Ties Furnished at Market Prices. Strict Personal Attention Given
to Weighing and Sampling Cotton. Fire Proof Warehouse. Ample Facilities
for Stonge. oetlSdti
A. R. ROBERTSON,
MAEBLEAND GKANC I’ ffi WORKS,
A large stock offinlshed Granite and Marble Mount! menu ready for letteting.
Also, atlsrge stock of new lithographic designs to select from. Cull and get my
je*3- ty A. R. ROBERTSON. Athens, Gu.
bfall They Come.
Almost everyone is troubled with
nervousness in some form, and nine-
tenths of the prevailing illneat cornea
from nervoua oxhaostlon. brought on
by overwork, montal (train or diselpa-
tlon. No wonder people are asking for
a rel 1 • nerve remedy like Moxle
Nerve Food, It builda you up, and
strengthens your whole nervous system.
The quickest Urns on record! Neural
gia of the wont type, cured by one dose
ol SMITHS BILE BRANS In from one
to four hours, as many who havo tried
It can testily. It does seem strange tbst
sensible people will suffer with this
terrible disease when speedy relief can
suiely be found In this simple sate and
Inexpensive remedy.25 oente.For sale by
allDruggistaand dealers iu medicine, or
sent anywhere on receipt of price in
Active, Pushing and Reliable-
A, B. Long & Co. can always berellM
upon to carry In stock the puree and
beat goods, and sustain there reputation
being aclivs, pushing and reliable, and
luding xrticlns with weU
been treated by
large quantities of medicines advertised
to cure blood and kidney diaeasaa, with
out receiving the allghteit benefit. About
six weeks ago f suffered such interne
pain scarcely being able to breathe at
times-J concluded to try 1 Hunnicntt's
Bheumatic Cure,’ and after using one
ABSOLUTELY AND SKTISKLY
cored; and for the first time In seven
teen years 1 am without the slightest
pain, and earnestly recommend all who
sutler to give tha Cura a trial.”
Hunnlcutt's Bhenraatic Cure Is Infalli
ble for rheumatism and all blood and
kidney troubles, nnd la sold byall drug
gists at $1.00 a bottle. J. H. Hunnlcult
A Co.,proprietors, Atlanta, Gs.
jnoTCBAwFORD A CO.,
Wholesale Agt'e., Athens, Gs.
Says aa Kmlasat Physician,
“Hays used for twenty years tbe prep,
■ration known a Braddeld’a Fernal-
Regulator. It fe the best combination
known for female diseases. For parti
culars write Tho Bradflsld Regulate.
IT 18 WORTH TBYINO.
J or the nervonB, alcepiess and mon-
y overworked people, Moxle Neve
Food Is a pure and safe Invlgorator. It
silays nervousness, kssists digestion and
promotes sleep. It tea nerve and bra'n
rood, prompt and lastiagin Ha effects
It eradicates the craving for into xican a
in those addicted to their excessive use.
Fifty ceuta per bottle, at druggists'.
ESCCKLXI S AnktCA SALTX.
The Best Salve in the World forCnte
Ulcers, Salt Rheum
liter. Chapped Hands
tired. It Is guaranteed to I
H. D. UNTOM.
Tbe taaor filen4e of Mr. W. T. CARTER, ea-
ounce bis naiao aa a esudldate for Tax Ro-
. el rer of Clark* Coauly, aa, ate tea support
of tbo Tutor*. Mr. Conor la o doowrios young
mao, aid la In ovtrr war qaaUSed to dlrikarso
tko duties of tho offleo wllk ability and aatlafac*
Wo ore authorised and requested to ansonae
DAVID K. Sixes, a -•odl-l.to tor reolooUaat
tko offloool Reoolvor of Tax Rotoreaor Clark
Tounlr, ottkaonioluxol.-oUoola Joanarvaoxt
rooommending .,, ,
lished (merit and such as are popular.
Having ^he agaucy for the celebrated
Dr. King’s New Discovery |for oonsump-
tloncoldsand coughs, will sell it only oo
positive guarantee. It will sorely core
any and every affaotlon of throat, longs,
or chest, andln order to prove our claim
we sak you to call and get a Trial Bottle
Files are frequently preceded by
nse of weight In the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing tha
patient to suppose he has tome affection
of tbe kidney* or neighboring organs,
symptom* of indigestion are
Hatnleney, uneasiness of the
.efe. A moisture like penetra
tion, producing a a very disagreeable
itching, after getting warm, aa a common
attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching
Piles yield at onoe to the application of
Dr. Bosarko't Pile Bemady, which act*
directlyoponthaparts alwctotL ~
tng th* Tumors, allayt ■AtaM H
Itichirg and effecting*
Price 60 cent. Addieasl
i ’ R '-
Uui versily of Georgia.
Office ot State Chemist.—Athens, Ga
June IT, 1884.—I have been familiar for
a number ot yean with the general
character or Prof.Horstord’s phoephatlu
preparations. Bccont examinations
made by tne of the “ Asld Ptiosphste"
and "Bread Preparation,’ ahowthem-
to be exactly what is claimed for them
in theclrculars accompanying the pack
ages. The “ Acid Phosphate’’ is a con
centrated solution in water of Aold
Phosphate of Lime. The “Bread Pre
paretion" Is a mixture of Acid Phoa-
nhateof Lime, carbonate of tods and
flour. When mixed with water, carboofe
acid gas is liberated and a double phos
phate ol lime and soda Is formed and
remain* in the bread whan bakad. In
ordinary cream cl tarlsr baking powders
the substance left in the bread alter
“raising" is roc belle salts—a doable
art rate of soda and potash. Tha pboe-
mineral auhetoucee in
aad growth, th* tar*
Mb etas are useful i
W# slabs to ba tea larseaUtaatan In
FLOUR IN NORTHEAST GA
An inspection of our General Stock solicited. Prices and term* of any first class
House duplicated with plcasert.
OUR BRANDS OF FLOUR:
Harvest Queen, Golden Gbaik, Mountain Dew,
Bride of Denver, Pride of Colorado, Sweet Home, Success
jani-iyd TALMADGE BROTHERS.
HAMPTON & WEBB,
XAMDFACTURXR8 OF Adi KINDS OY
HAD* OUT OF FUBl SUGAR
STICK CANDY A SPECIALTY. COCOANUT, PEANUT, BARS, TAFFY
Price* guaranteed as low ts any other market. Seod for Samples.
•mttUAoly H UirrOM « WKBB. Lumpkin Street. Albeee, O
S. D. SMITHE,
Grurte and Marble Work, Maiumeiits, Statiary, etc.
Designs In all kind* of Granite and Marble to suit.
First-Class "Work Guaranteed.
P» O* Box 88, ATHENS, GEORGIA. novpdiy*
k Vegetable Blood Firrrfjsr,
Its Claims Sustained
BY THK TESTIMONY Of
THE GOLDEH HARVEST
TEST eg i.;rri7,