A Cure for Constipation.
I have been troubled with oonstipntlon for
Tears. It was ruining my health, my com
fort and niv complexion, and I amgladtonay
that Cellry King haa restored all three, and
this after trying many other medicines that
were supposed to be good, but which were of
no value whatever. I would like to tell every
suffering woman what Celery King has done
for me—Nellie Gould, Medina, Ohio.
Celerv King cures Constipation and all dis
eases of the Nerves, Htomach, Liverand kid
neys. Sold by druggists- 25c. and 50c. s
Entered at Lawrenceville postoffice as
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
Official Organ Gwinnett County.
Lawrenceville Publishing Co., Proprietors.
W. Or- McHelley, Bd.it.or.
Rev. Sam Johues says: “There
in not a member of the legislature
in Georgia who has intelligence
enough to milk a cow, and morals
enough to be respectable in the
chaingaDg, but who knows enough
to know that Georgia ought to
have the Australian ballot, and
that such a law would do no harm
except to the dirty politicians and
red nosed rascals who want to
perpetuate themselves in office or
to keep barrooms in a city like
Macon. Yet the legislature of
Georgia met and mingled, dis
cussed and drank, snorted and ca
vorted, and adjourned with a bill
attached to the tail end of it for
$68,000, more or less, for services
not rendered. But that same gang
is coming back again. I don’t,
know whether the temperance
committee will continue to hold
its sesions in the Big Bonanza or
not. Speaker Little will still be
the little speaker; and thus we go
from year to year, with taxes in
creasing, cottorf going down, corn
half rotton in the field, oats all
killed, peaches nipped in the hud,
early wheat frost bitten, the mon
umental crime of 1873 still extant,
calamity howlers all hoarse, and
al; drifting, it seems, between the
devil and the deep blue sea It
may be that my liver is out of fix,
or if it is in fix there is a lot of
things in Georgia out of fix, and
my liver shan’t stay out of fix if
there is anything in the remedies.”
On Dec. 14 last Coweta county
voted against the sale of liquor by
a majority of 04. The election
was contested and a final determi
nation made in the matter Satur
day. Judge Harris sustained the
action of the ordinary in declaring
the county dry, which leaves it so.
The Willingham Brothers of
Macon, who are now building a
cotton yarn spinning mill ,at that
place, will equip it with only 5,000
to 6,000 spindles to begin with,
but stato that if the mill is suc-
as they anticipate they will
soon dobbto, quadruple the size
of the mill.
The organization of Atlanta
Camp A, of Wheeler’s Cavalry, the
first of the kind to be formed in
stated, was temporarily perfected
at the meeting of veterans held at
the capitol Saturday afternoon.
Owing to the absence of certain
members, the election of officers
was postponed, but a committee
was appointed to draft constitu
tion and by-laws for the associa
tion and report them at the next
meeting of the camp.
The killing of the Filipinos ap
parently does not diminish their
fighting efficiency, sinoe they have
a great many more men than they
have guns. As quickly as one in
surgent is shot down another picks
up bis gun and goes on fighting.
Very few of the enemy’s guns have
been captured. By shrewd means
they manage to keep their arms
out of reach of the Americans.
They can spare men, but not arms.
What Gen. Otis will try to do,
therefore, will be to cut off their
supplies of arm 3 and ammunition,
and to capture all of each that he
The Hotel Windsor fire devel
oped the fact that there is one
woman who lives literally up to her
name. She is Miss Winter of St.
Paul, who was stopping at the ill
fated hotel. Although she was in
a fourth story room and cut off by
flame, she kept perfecely cool,
almost frigid, all of the time.
When the rescurers reached her
she declined their assistance until
an old woman had been carried
down the ladder. As Miss Winter
was taken through the window the
flames were so close a 6 to almost
scorch her hair. But when the
fireman placed her on the ground
at the bottom of the ladder, she
drew out a card case and gave him
her card, with the request that he
let her hear from him the next
day, or as soon as was convenient.
The Little City is Growing, and Fast Develop
ing Into a Commercial Center.
By HOMER O. GEORGE.
Loganviu.k, Ga,, March 23.
For one to leave this town now
for even two or three weeks and
return, is to he surprised at the
changes that have taken place
during their absence, for it is fast j
growing and spreading itself. New j
industries are rapidly being intro
duced. and all kinds of enterpris
es are being encouraged. The
people have begun to wake up to
the fact that they have a glorious
work to do, and they are doing
this work intelligently and will
ingly. They are determined that
the future of this town shall be
great, and are shaking off the
lethargy that once looked as if it
would pull them down.
And the town is growing!
Traveling salesmen, who prob
ably are the best judges, as a rule,
of such affairs, are now speaking
in glowiug terms of the coming
city, and unqualified delight and
praise of the never sleeping citi
zens. They all agree that Logan
ville has a future that will shine
like a fine diamond amid a pile of
But there is no reason why it. j
should not, for its location and
healthfuluess cannot be excelled.
Right on the line of Walton and
Gwinnett counties, with a beauti
ful, valuable, level farming coun
try stretching itself out like a
plane on every side, it is almost
an ideally located city. Its health
giving qualities are superb, and
the climate both in winter and
summer is delightful. Fine wa
ter abounds everywhere—water
that is pure and nnexcellrd for its
freshness. Being the terminus of
the Loganville and Lawrenceville
branch of the great Seaboard Air
Line, its railroad facilities are all
that could be asked. Its educa
tional advantages are marked, the
Loganville High School being a
first class institution.
Considering the advantages of
the place and the remarkably fine
farming section around it, the
price of real estate is cheaper to
day thau that of any other place
in the state. Adding this to the
wonderful future prospects of the
place, the reasonableness of in
vestments proving profitable is as
sured to the most skeptical mind.
Loganville has, since the comple
tion of her railroad, built a tele
phone line via. Walnut Grove,
Ycutb and Between, to Monroe,
and is now connected with every
point of interest in the county, as
well as the entire South, through
the Southern Bell Company. The
the telephode service is complete I
and of the best kind.
But all these things are not Lo-1
gauville’s greatest drawing cards, i
for it is the big farming interests !
around that prove its worth. No
finer farming section is there in j
the world than is this surrounding',
us. Everything can be raised to
advantage here. Cotton, though,
is the big money-making crop, and
no finer or better grade of cotton
can be found anywhere else. Last
year after the 15th of October
more than 8,000 bales of cotton
were bought here, and that the
first year of the railroad, too.
Now, that the fertilizer season is
here, no town its size anywhere is
doing a larger and better business.
Only last Friday one hundred tons
were hauled out by the farmers.
The factory of Rockinore & Coop
er is still making goods This sea
son the factory has kept five or
more hands busy making high
grade fertilizers, and have turned
out more than 500 ton. Next year
they intend to double or treble
their present capacity.
And Logauville has more enter
prises. Among the changes that
have been recently made in busi- I
ness here are the following: D. Y.
Hodges & Co. have moved here
from Winder and opened a big
store. W. A. Bennett has opened
up a lumber and shingle busitiess
in connection with his farm im
plement business. B.F. Estes, of
Buford, has opened up a branch
store here, placed under the charge
of Charley Stringer. C O. Brand
has also opened a new store. The
Logauville Mill Co. has made a
considerable addition to its equip
ment, as has also the Braswell A
Floyd Co. O. T. Wadsworth has
had two elegant residences erected.
Mr. Smith has built a commodious
business house, and Mr. Tucker
has built a residence. Dr. Ogle
tree has opened up a big drug store,
Will McGee a livery stable, and
other enterprises are now being be
gun. Thus you see the town con
tinues to grow.
I will tell you more about it at
some future time.
Special to THE NEWS.
We had a hard rain storm last
Saturday afternoon. It was the
hardest rain that we have had iu
a long time. The wind blew very
hard. Two stove flues were blown
off houses, and it seemed for a
while that we were going to have a
Mr. Garmany is some better
than he was last week. We hope
that he will continue to improve.
The wood business of Suwanee
is increasing every day. The
narrow guage railroad is running
a through line of fast freights to
accommodate this business. Mas
ter Worley Harris, better known
as “Tom,” is working iu the ca
pacity of flagman.
The weather has been so bad
lately that no gardens have been
planted. But if the weather we
are having now continues, the
gardens will come all right.
Mr. Keverton, a popular young
man of our town, was badly fright
ened a few days ago. He thought
he had contracted a case of small
pox. He sent for the doctor in
post, haste. He was nu'cli relieved
when lie was told that it was rose
The peach crop iu this corner
was killed by the cold snap. lr
is hoped, however, the apple crop
is not injured.
The guano season has opened.
There are several new dealers at
this place. Suwanee has a bright,
outlook in this business, for they
sell the best goods on the market
Suwanee has the best school it
has had in a long time. Thanks
for the efforts of our compttent
teacher, Miss Clio LaHatte. Great
preparations are being maje by
the school for an entertainment
:to be given on the last Friday
night in this month. The people
of the surrounding country are
cordially invited to attend. I
can vouch that a pleasant evening
will be spent.
Special to THE NEWB.
Not much work done towards i
John Silptou, of near Snellville, i
spent Sunday with the family of
W. C. Powell and Less Carter
visited Dacula Sunday.
G. W. Edwards went to Monroe
lust week on business.
A number of our citizens went
to Lawrenceville Thursday
Three revenue officers were in
our midst Friday night.
Alex. Boss and family, of Youth,
spent Sunday with the family of
Our farmers put in good time
last week hauling guano.
The wheat crop through this sec
tion is locking well.
Bud Tuck and wife, of Between,
spent Thursday with relatives at
Mrs. Jane Stevens is quite sick
at this writing.
Jim McElvaney is ou a visit to
relatives near Lawrenceville.
Mrs, Wess Boss and Mrs. Logan
| are both improving from their re
Miss Lizzie Bracewell is suffer
! ing with neuralgia.
George Garrett is the happy
father of a bright baby girl.
We had a very heavy rain last
Wednesday which did considerable
damage to land.
Reuben Jones, who recently went
to Arkansas, writes that he is very
well satisfied there.
The peach crop here will be a to
William Bracewell has returned
to his home near Lawrenceville.
There has been more cord-wood
put up this winter than ever be
fore. The weather has been so un
favorable that the people could do
nothing on the farms, therefore
put in all thfir time clearing up
There is some talk of trying to
get a post office established here.
This is something that is very bad
Special to THE NEWS.
Rev. S. I). Braswell filled his
regular appointment here Sunday.
Wheat in this section is looking
well, considering the cold weather
we have had.
Several of our young men at
tended Sunday-school at Luxomni
C. K.Buzbee spent Sunday with
his family here, returning to At
• Mr. Milton, who moved here sev
eral weeks ago, has moved away.
Henry Richardson is visiting his
1 grand-mother near Luxomni.
The singing at Mr. Strickland’s
Sunday evening was quite enjoy
We are glad to note that Clan
Wynn, who has been sick for some
time, is improving.
Albert Johnson and Jack Hill
visited Yellow River Sunday.
Miss Eva McDaniel, from Wal
nut Grove, is the guest of relatives
Douglas Wynn, of Atlanta, vis
ited relatives here Saturday.
Nesbit Couch has returned to
Atlanta after a few weeks’ stay
Special to THE NEWS.
On account of the continued
rain, our farmers have been un
able to do any farm work scarcely,
but they are all ready and waiting
for fair weather, which will enable
them to ‘‘turn things about.”
Newt Franklin has sold quite a
number of Clark’s Torrent Cut
away Harrows to the farmers of
Crnse. This means that the work
will be done.
Messrs. Styles and Farly Mills,
who have been running a sawmill
oil their farm near Beuver Ruin,
have about finished their work,
after sawing quite a large lot of
lumber for themselves and others.
S. C. Hopkins, of Beaver Ruin,
who has been taking lectures at
the Atlanta Medical College, has
returned home. We learn that he
will soon enter a noted medical
college in Tennessee, whore he
will continue his studies during
Miss Belle Mills, who has for
several days been visiting friends
and relatives in the city, will re
Dr. V. G. Hopkins, who will
graduate at the Atlanta Dental
College this month, is expected
T. L. Cain, of Beaver Ruin, will
|erect a dwelling on his farm.
The death angel visited on Sun
! day morning at 8 o’clock the home
of J. J. Stapp, and took from
i loved ones Mrs. Davi-, mother o'
Mrs. ‘stapp. We wish to extend
to (lie bereave; ones our heart
John R. Hopkins reports that,
he has quite a number of bales of
cotton to gm yet, most of which
is first picking. This does not.
mean that onr farmers are just
finishing picking, but that thev
do not have to sell.
John Minor and Robt. E. Nash
went to the city last Friday.
Mr Editor, our peach crop has
been killed, but it you will pay us
a visit in July or August we will
| find something for you, if it is
1 only blackberries.
Special to THE NEWS.
Seeing you have no correspon
dent from this place, I will en
deavor to give you a few dots.
Jink Humphries, of Buford,
spent a few days at home last
Misses Floy and Arrie Osborn
and Zella Burton, of Riverside, vis
ited Misses Nellie and May Reese
at this place last week.
A. 8. Verner. who went to Flor
ida about a month and a half ago,
s has returned home, to the delight
: of his many friends.
Stewart Farmer, of Buford, is
;at his father’s with the mumps.
The mumps are raging all
j around, with smallpox nearby.
Prof. Lewis P. Cross, our efficient
teacher, has gone to Cornelia to
The quilting and party given by
Miss Birdie Lockridge last Friday
i was highly enjoyed by all present.
We are glad to report all our
| sick improving.
We still have an abundance of
The farmers in this community
have not done much towards farm
Miss Lillie Reese, of near Level
Creek, is spending awhile with her
brother Wiley at this place.
Special to THE NEWS.
We are huving some good w eath
er now, and farmers are putting in
J. T. Johnson, our clever mer
chant, went to Loganville Monday
I on business.
The sociable given by James
Pratt Saturday night was quite en
Andrew Langley has his new
house about completed.
The Literary Society at Midway
has been re-organized, and is now
in a flourishing condition.
Miss Cordell Smith, one of
Haynes Creek’s charming young
ladies, was the guest of Miss Hat
j tie Cooper Sunday.
Miss Pearl Palmer visited Miss
I Mnggie Pratt Saturday and Sun
Neal Kilgore and Albert Green,
of Haynes Creek, were in our com
munity Sunday afternoon.
L. O. Johnson attended the Lit
erary Society here Friday night.
Booker Johnson visited T. A.
Cannon Sunday afternoon.
The sick of our community are
Earnest Palmer, who has been
working for the Parker News Co.,
has returned home.
Jim Webb and wife visited the
latter’s parents at Prospect Sun
Madam Rumor says there will
be a wedding iu our community
Prof. O. L. Palmer attended the
Literary Society here Friday night.
Special to THE NEWS.
A majority of our farmers are
standing ready to scatter their
fertilizers when it quits raining.
Dr. M. T. Johnson is all smiles.
He is the proud father of a young
Mrs. M. J. Perry is quite sick
at this writing,
Henry ferry was in Carl Sun
Miss Kate Adams spent Satur
day and Sunday with Miss Mattie
Haslett, of Lawrenceville.
There were several cases dis
posed of at our Justice court last
Saturday. Cols. Perry and Pee-
BOILS INDICATE DISEASED
IF NOT CURED THEY LEAD TO CARBUN
CLES AND RUNNING SORES.
Boils, or their more aggravated form
of carbuncle, sorely imiicales a dis
eased condition of the blood, which
should have prompt attention on the
appearance ol the lirst symptoms, or
they may lead to more serious diseases.
Eat tile best yon can get, and freely
use Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.).
Mrs. W. A. Steed, of Augusta. Geor
gia, had boils for several years past, as
well as a carbuncle over the right eye.
This spring she felt the symptoms' of
boils coming on again. While sewing
she would prick the skin with her nee
dle. The little sores would fester.
She took two buttles of Botonic Blood
Balm (B. B. B), and was entirely
cured, and she passed the spring with
out the annoying boils and possible re
turn of a carbuncle. Her blood was
relieved of poison matter by H. B. 8.,
which is a powerful blood remedy.
J. D. Watkins, Blakely, Da ~ writes :
“Old sores covered iny entire person
and itched intensely night and day.
For several months I could not work
at all. I commenced the use of Botan
ic Blood Balm (H. B. B.) and begin to
grow better the first week, and am now
sound and well, free from sores and
itching, and at work again.”
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B. ) is a
scientific vegetable com pound used by
Dr. Gilman in his private practice for
blood diseases such as Old Sores, Scro
fula, Boils Blood Poison, etc. It cured
so many people that it was pot on tile
market 17 years ago and is for sale by
all druggists at SI.OO per large bottle.
It has always enjoyed a large sale be
cures! cures!, cures!
even after everything else has been
tried in vain, it cures because B. B.
B. drives the poison out of the blood
and body. Book of cures sent free of
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Georgia
pies, of Lawrenceville, were pres
Nim und Henry Perry called ou
Jackson county friends Sunday
afternoon. There must be some
attraction for the boys in that
We are glad to note that Jewel
Reinhardt, who has been in the
army for nearly a year. haH re
turned home,'with an honorrblei
H. L. Pate and wife visited the
latter’s parents on lust Sunday.
John T. Perry, of Bethlehem,
was here last week on business.
J. T. O Shields, of Monroe,
paid us a visit last week
G. W. Adams, Jr , of Gaines
ville, visited home folks here Sun
We are sorrv to say that San
ders Hood is not improving.
J. W, Bone, of Winder, is among
his old friends here this ween.
Sparta Ishmaelite: All conven
tion roads lead to Atlanta. The
Mormons will hold their next gath
ering there. Then it will be the
turn of the Mohammedan minis
ters who wish to glorify the spread
lof the gospel by rapid fire guns
How to Pled Out-
Kill a bottle of common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours:
a sediment or settling indicates an unheal
thy condition of the kidneys; if it stains
your linen it is evidence ot kidney trouble;
too frequent desirv to pass it or pain in
the back is also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladyer are out of order.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills
every wish in curing rheumaiism, pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder acd eve
ry part of the urinary passages, ft cor
rects inability to hold watrr and scalding
pain iu passing it, or bad effects following
nse of liduor, wine or beer, and overcomes
that unpleasant necessity of being com
pelled to go often during the day, and to
get np many timss during the night The
mild and the extraordinary effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands
the highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best. At
druggists fifty cents or one dollar.
You may have a sample bottle and a
bock that tells more about it, both sent
absolutely free bv mail, if you send vour
address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y. When writing be sure and
mention that you read thi generous offer
in the Lawrenceville News-Herald.
Special to THE NEWS.
Quite a hurricane passed through
our section last Saturday night.
Not much damage was done.
Floyd Garner and Mias Callie
Simmons attended church at Lux
omni last Sunday.
Owing to the inclemei cy of the
weather, Sunday-school was not
organized at Yellow River church
last Sunday, as was announced,
blit will meet next Sunday. Let
everybody come out and help to
have a good Sabbath-school. We
stand very much in need of one.
The literary school has closed
for this term.
The farmers are gettiug behind
with their work.
It is thought the peach crop
will be a failure this year. It
seems all the buds all killed.
Special to THE NEWS.
J. W. Pratt visited relatives in
Walton county last week.
Mrs. E. W. Boss spent Thurs
day of last week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Stone, at this place.
Mrs. G. W. Cowsert spent Fri
day of last week with her sister,
Mrs. Watson and daughter,
Miss Margarette, of Windsor, vis
ited relatives here Saturday night
of last week.
J. A. Stephens went to Monroe
on business last week.
J. E. Pratt and W. A. Stone
went to Lawrenceville last week.
L. A. Watson and I. E. Coker
went to Winder Saturday.
D. W. Boss weiit to Logauville
Saturday afternoon on business.
John Hoofiner spent Friday
night at Trip.
Henry Brooks, of Trip) and J.
W. Hoofiner, of this place, went
io Monroe last Saturday.
Bennett & Cooper have moved,
their sawmill to this place, on
Mr. Bell’s plantation.
The dance given by Prof. G. W
Cowsert Friday night was oue of
the most enjoyable affairs of the
season. Mr. Cowsert and his good
lady know just how to eutertain
the young people.
Quite a number of young men
from Trip attended the dance here
Special to THE NEWS.
Fanners are badly behind with
their work, and the consequence is
a continued howl.
Wheat during the two cold spells
was cut off fully one-half.
We learn with regr t of the sud
den death this (Tuesday) morning
of Mrs.W.J. Harper. She was at
the wash-place, when she was taken
suddenly ill, and died before she
could be carried to the house.
Sunday-school was organized at
the M. E. church last Sunday with
flattering prospects. T. A. Fate
was elected Superintendent, David
R. Henderson, Assistant Superin
tendant, T. L. Harris, Secretary.
Emory Buchanan, Choristor. The
invitation is to all to attend, and
the good of everybody is at heart.
Bob Ozmer has taken to horse
back riding since the girls will not
wait sos him to arrive with his
The entertainment at Esq. Pate’s
was highly enjoyed, and a large
crowd in attendance last Thurs
There was a quilting and enter
tainment at Bud Shell’s Mondavi
afternoon and evening, and Bud i
says a smarter and a better looking j
crowd of girls would be indeed hard j
to find, and he has no interest at
stake, us he is married.
It is said that one of our bailiffs,
who recently attended court, ad-,
vised his younger brntaer to run
for bailiff, as he had made enough j
money in one week to buv hiifi a
suit of cloth"s.'
Special to THE NEWS.
On account of the recent ruins |
the farmers nr l progressing v--ryj
slowly with llmir work.
Prof. E. A. Lupibert, of Jasper, I
was the guest of Prof. V. It. Hicks'
J. C. Green went to Atlanta las! i
11. H Corley and F. C- 11. i-;
brooks visited Atlanta Monday.
Win. Sadifield was in our midst j
The entertainment given by Mr -.
Cowan was pujoyed by all
T. L. Nuckolls happened to a
very bad accident last week. While j
making a gun stock In stuck a I
knife througn his hand.
Special to THE NEWS
The farmers have begun to haul
tin guano away from here pretty
Bob Ozmer, one of Snellville’a
leading merchants, was here Mon
day, looking after his guano busi
W. J. Tribble is still on the
Craig farm sawing lumber.
Some of oldest men say they
think the peach crop will be a
failure in this district.
Misses Webb and Cain two of
Lawrenceville’s young ladies were
here last Monday to see Miss Cora,
Rev. L. F. Jackson and hia lit
tle son, of Auburn, spent Sunday
night with Mrs. A. L. Jacobs.
Lee Loveless, of Suellville, was
here last Monday getting prices of
guano for a club of farmers that
he has organized near his home.
George Webb and Willis Hol
land of Lawrenceville, were here
Rev. J. P. McConnell and J. W.
Ford was in Atlanta recently on
G. W. Jacobs who lives neau
here had the misfortune of losing
a fine mich cow last week.
The progressive love party that
was to be given here last Saturday
night, was rained out.
The schedule of our train has been
changed, and we now have four
The cold hand of death visited
a home near here last week and
THE BIC 4.
IROCKMORE AND COOPER’S Blood and
2 HIGH GRADE ACID. Best on the market.
Guaranteed analysis 5 per cent. Potash.
3 “PLANTERS’ SOLUABLE,” a home mixture,
made at Loganville,
.and analyses equal to anything on the market.
“BUFFALO BONE,” The Old Reliable.
I guarantee these goods to be “THE BEST.”
Prices, Low as the Lowest.
These goods for sale at Loganville by N. O.
Bennett; at Trip by Jacobs & Williams.
M. 1.. ROCKHKORE,
LAWRENCEVILLE, - - - GEORGIA.
Gwinnett Sheriffs Sales.
fIEORGIA —Gwinnett County. Will be sold be-
fore the court house door in I,a whence vi lie,
said county and state, between the legal sale
hours, on the first Tuesday in April. iwt). the
following described property, all situated, lying
and being iu said county and state. Said sale to
be made at public outcry, for cash to the high
250 acres of land, more or less, situated in
Goodwins district, said county and state, being
the place now occupied by*N, Plunkett, and
known as the Simmons gold mine plat e; bound
ed south by lands of defendant in ft fa, west by
lands of W. P. Moore, north by lands of J. L.
Wisdom and east by lands of L. K. Shelly. Lev
ied on by virtue of and will be sold to satisfy a
taxti fa issued by C. A. Fleming. Tax Collector
of Gwinnett County Georgia, against Benjamin
Graham for state and county taxes for the year
1888. Levy made and returned to me by J. II
Haw kins, L. C.
Also at the same time and place and upon the
same terms will be sold the following proDerty
25 aeres of land, more or less, in Sugar Hill
district, county and state aforesaid, bounded as
follows: North by lands of Mrs. Bennett, east
by lands of the Woedward estate, south by land
of J. H. Braziel and west by land of Sanford
Burel. Levied on by virtue of and to satisfy a
tax fi fa issued by C. A. Fleming, Tax Collector
of Gwinnett County Georgia,against Ben Coop
er for state and county taxes for the rear IMM.
Levy made and returned to me by R. T. Martin,
Deputy Sheri if.
Also at the srme time and place and upon the
same terras will be sold the follow ing described
One vacant lot iu the town of Suwanee, coun
ty and state aforesaid, 100x150 feet, more or less,
on the corner of Mill and Scales streets, ami
| hounded a> follows: North by Mill street, east
i by Scales street, south by lot of J. B. Brogdon
and west by Wrn. Wilson. Levied on as the
property of the estate of S. J. Cheek, deceased,
defendant in fi fa, and will be sold by virtue of
. and to satisfy a tax fl fa issued by C. A. Fleming.
! Tax Collector of Gwinnett County, Georgia, for
: state and county tax* s for the year Isms. Lew
J made and returned tome by A. skSudderth,L.C
Also at the same time and place and upon the
i same terms will be sold the following described
| 117 acres of land, more or less, being part of
Lots Nos. 108, li»7, 12ft and 127 in the sth district
I of said county, and par; of Lot No. 127 in the tftli
district of Gwiunett t ounty, Georgia, ad joining
lands of Berry Nash on the south, Mrs.‘.Milton
I Brownlee on the north, Ur. Mel all on the west
I and J. A. Alford on the east. Levied on and
will be sold as the property of Mrs. .i. C. Coop-
I er. by virtue of ami t« satisfy a City Court fi fa j
issued from the City Court of Clark countv in
favor of S. J. Lockridge vs the said Mrs. J. < . I
| Cooper. Levied on this, the Bih day of March,
| 1888. j
Titos. A. H aslktt, Sheriff.
WINK or LAWOUI
1 women are
monthly inter- \\ iA
vals with pains
iu the head, ‘ ill
si "u sides Cun
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs Ji.oo at the drug store.
Why don’t you get a bottle
For advice, in cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, “The Ladies’
Advisory Department,’’ The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mrs. ROZKHA LEWIS,
of Oenavllle. Tsxat, says:
" | was troubled at monthly Intervals
with terrible pains In my head and back,
but have been entirely relieved by Wine
; wiiVE nr x&gmat
took from it- a young lady just, in
the prime of life, Miss Downs. The
bereaved family has the sympathy
of the community.
A fair-reaching income tax bill
has been introduced in the Texas
legislature It provides that on
and after Jan. 1, 1900, a tax shall
be levied and collected upon the
income of every citizen of Texas,
whether residing at home or n<st.
The tax begins’ when the income
reaches the $5,000 per year mark,
and is to be at the rate of 2 per
cent, on all sums above that sum.
No exception respecting source of
income is made. The bill also
provides that a like tax shall be
collected from-all enterprises car
ried on within the state by non
residents. A penalty of S2OO fine
for false statements respecting in
come is provided.
Friends and Former Customers:
Don’t Buy Till You See Me.
1 am still in the guano business, and will
handle this season the VERY BEST grade of
guano. One brand is the
Old Reliable Sea Bird
and Sea Bird Acid with Potash.
I have the exclusive agency in this section
for these goods, and will have them on sale at
the following places-by the persons named:
Lawrenceville, Cliff C. Craig and myself.
Gloster, E. S. Brooks.
Trip, J. W. Ford.
Loganville, John R. Wilson,
i will not have an agent at Dacula, but will
sell at that point in car load lots direct to the
farmers, and at other points the same way.
W. O. COOPER,
Lawrenceviile, Ga. Agent.
Special to THE N E’WS.
Last weeks letter.
While attending court last week
my father subscribed for the News-
Herald, and I like it very much.
Seeing you have no correspondent
at this place, I will endeavor to
give you a few dots.
As we have had so much rain,
the farmers are behind with their
Miss Sarah McKiuuey made a
trip to Atlanta this week. She
will engage in the millinery busi
The singing at Rev. W. L. Single
ton’s Sunday night was highly
The pound supper given by W.
R. Leitch, in honor of Miss Della
Mathews, was a pleasant occasion.
A number of Braden boys were
Miss Sallie Hazlerigs has re
turned home from Alabama, to
the delight of her friends.
Miss Ella McKinney visited
friends at Braden Saturday and
The writer attended Sabbath
school at Union Hill lust Sunday.
I am glad to report no sickness
MEW HARNESS SHOP.
At the Patterson Corner.
With new machinery
and the best of leather
stock, 1 am making
and offering them at
pricss that will attract
anybody wanting such
All work guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
of all kinds on short
Give me a call when
you want anything in
O. B. Juhan.