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Ci'fioial Organ of Banks County
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- PUBLISII HURSDAY*
50Cts. Per Year.
aiss A■sSva.sie* 1 .
y Cents Per JAjaf) First Insor“
tion> Ea.cii Addition *1 5 Cents-
Entered a.- Second Class Matter at the
Homer. Ga.. Post Office.
Tju.o. Barton. - Proprietor.
F M- EDWARDS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will t rpetiee in ail the Courts
and ‘he Western C'rctr’t.
OSi AR ' ROWN,
L A W Y E 11.
Will give special attention to ad
Biinistrations, etc., and do a general
practice in Banks acd lining comi
ties. Will loan MOISEY at OG per
cent. p.r annum.
G. W. BR( ■ ' -
C ’ W
YVi lido a general practice. CoLeet
i; g a specialty.
J. E- DITCH
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JeiiVrson, - Geotgva
W iI practice in Jackson, ( iarlre.
11Hanks, Franklin, Ma iie-sv. r.i;c
r t h o CTiirt'w in tha circn^t.
a OWELL C- STANBKIDOB.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Vv 3: v .v?sle, Wenrg'fl •
De. K IE ADAIH,
TLi'tvonv Grove. Georgia.
o:d M. Merritt,
Ation-oy and Counselor at Law,
•t 8 M y ft V i 13. CO rgisa,
VV. I. PIKE, >
attorney at law,
.1. ~n.3(is, Georgia.
OIL A~ TITsTAFLEK,
p. (Hal attention givfen to surgery,
r bs’ti , *k and cbiou’c diseases ol iong
p II ysiciaN,
Or dinar}’a Court.
Fi>t Mor daws in eachtnonih.
T. F Hill, ordinary.
1 ~ir d Mou leys in March and Sep
tt in Lc r•
1 esbyteiiao Church, services 2nd
Scr.Jay in each month, Re Y . G. 11.
Methodist Chinch,services Ist Sunday
life each month, and Saturday before,
1 ... J. 0 Gunnels and Jno. I. Pen
lLptist Church, vd. Sauday in each
ir : nth avd Si. urd - y before, Ro ,r . J L
‘ r , Lodges. „
L ewer .Lodge, 52., 1. O. O. Ig.
);.cLhsift Tuesday in each month. W.
C 1 qoh noble grand, U. J. Hyar
j >a Delta Lodge no. 148, F. A. M..
, l;,r Friday eight in each cuomfe,
\ a. v-, arson, w. m.,v 51. Edwards
i \ vj . Humpter, s . w., w. e>. Long,
• y it V ;. s- onrrison, treasurer.,
V , . i leldkiilj Sn.. c. n. owen, 3 D.,
ctccti s. s.j a J cash .is.
V : I# fg4 y k v <?\ '■ \l 1 yT- % ■ i(m
t,!i 1, $1 $ ill W> 8-1 i§ 11 11 IHII I 8 li| 111
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HARMONY GROVE, GA.
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V'AL 6 NtSs)Qo wV'iOa W'lTO'wVy
Also fine Line or Hardware, Tiawatc, Crockery and Glastvaro, Family'
Groceries, Flour, Meats, Etc.
gar Cnr stock is Complete and- arc fully prepared to satisfy our Cus
tomers in respect to styles and Qualities.
levelvthing soil fV>r piices fr helow any ever xoade in this or anv other
M A P,K E r| N NORT HEAFT GEORGIA. Besnre to Call and see
a- I* tmu purchasing elsewhere The <i dest Finn in this section. 19
fter this month do notices ot any
kind will be inserted in this paper
without the publication fees in advance
MONEY TO To AN
In sums of S3UO and upwards on less
commission than any man in northeast
Georgia. P. I\l Ho warps. 52 Qm.
OfEc&rs tßlanks Tor Sa2o
At this utfice. Ail kin*s.
JWcElree’3 Wing of Cardus
and Tf-jEDFORD’S BLACK-DR AUCH7 aro
————— Wm. —— ■nML.7.-.viaf*tranffagßßa iti,
fur sale by the fqllow'iuir merchant iu
iia tks and an joining c./Unues:
.1. E. Stephens, Homer.
W. T. Dtinran, Jewellsville.
George Wilev, Jewelisyjlie.
Ch-tr-cs Sweet, Alto.
J. Lee Legrand, Cramer.
A. N. Bellamy, Walnut Hill.
Ilatehi oek and Cos., Harmony Grove
Power and Wiiford, Harmony Grove
Baugh and Biother. Maysville.
J. G S’t:. u Apple x alley.
J B McW horter, Fort Lamar.
Tue Suptemher son is warm.
Superior Court Monday.
T'he fruit crop is nearly gone.
The Masons met Friday night.
The screech of the lonely owl is
not uncommon now o’ nights,
Mrs. John. Hill rs-improving and
so is Mrs. Y'eargin.
Nothing in the world, but bar
gains at C. W. Hood & Son's Har
mony Grove. 19 if.
The cotton-basket is now on the
Yesterday wan umgSirauG oomt,.
(Quite a number attended court.
Many have been congratulatingtho
change in the Journal's heading.
McElree’a WINE OF CARDU! for female <Ji3anFos.
The turnip crop is coming on fine
ly. The plant looks Tell and healthy
Road the advertisement of C. W.
Hood & Son on this page.
The boys indulged in a game of
base-ball Saturday evening The
rounds were even on Loth sides.
Campmeeiing opened at Popular
Springs, Tuesday. It will contin -
ue until Monday overling.
ra-BLACK-DRAU-UHT tea cures Coa3tiration.
‘•i)evtel 30 sljo Snlei-ei >£’ sjin !!<". Guniy.”
HOMER, BANKS CO ENT Y, GA.. THURSDAY. SEPT.'I2, 1
Notice,—All perrons who ibsire to
have Pictures enlarged, will please
bring them to Homer durirg Septem
ber (court week ) I will be there pro
pared to do ail kinds* of enlarging;
make and furnish all kinds of p;c me
frames. James E. HcZeY. 2 v
fiyj'WlNE OF CAHDiJI, a Tonic for Women.
Miss Lula Carson and Miss fcjii tn •
non of Franklin court iy, spent yes
terday at the hotel.
Dr. Looahait has Hilly recovered
from his spell of le v er that conhaod
Lira to his room last week.
Mr, J. T. Comar of tlie firm ©f
Comer Eros., Maysville, has just
returned from Ihe East with his
large stock cf fall an 1 winter goods.
Markied.—Wednesday of last
n’oek, near the Franklin line, Mr.
Oaudell uidMiss Thom
as, both of this county.
If you see the Journal’s columns
booming with liva advertisements
from now on, you may know tiioro
is business in it,
QcTLRZQo WINE OF CARDU! for Weak Nerves.
The present indications are that
eeurt will last throughout all next
week. The docket is the largest'
lor several courts.
The “Ladies’ Aid Society” respect
fully solicit patronage t® the dinner
given Tuesday at Dr. Y, D. Leckhart’s
in the interest of the new Baptist
Don't buy any Goods from any
body until you get to see what
beautil'ul’st vies and what excellent
qualities of goods can be bought for
almost nothing from O. W. Hood
& Bon, Harmony Grove. II) tf
Cotton is opening and soon the
busy hands of the young and old
will be engaged piling up Ihe llee
cy staple for market. Business
will open, aud such another rush
you have not seen in years.
Several aru “saving hay while
the sun shines.” A poor rule that
don't work both ways. Smne fod
der was lost by the recent long and
heavy rains, Imt during this i good
grass crop was making-—better
than for several years in this sec
tion, so it is said.
Hood A Son have a fine stock ol j
goods bought for caHi in Eastern
markets, and will meet anybody’s!
prices, rucl on many lines of good?
sell much cheaper than others. lOtf
The fodder business is on a boom
among tho farmers. The weather
was vary unfavorable last week,
but Sunday Ihe “clouds roiled by”
and tha sun came out in all fts glo
ry. A fetv weeks of clear, settled
weather will place ihe farmers in
Maysviile,Sept. s.—Editor Jour
nal:—Dear Sir: —The Batiks Corn;
ty Singing Convention convenes at
Mt.Dleasant,Friday before the -lib
Sunday' in this month, Saturday be
Tours respt., F. M. Ilaulbrook.
Try lot .Dyspepfiia,
In this issue on 2nd page, read the
advertisement of the firm of I. A.
Madden, Maysville. Air. Madden
left Monday for Now York, where
he goes lo purchase his large fall
and winter stock. Llis advertise
ment will post you as to his iuten
tions. Read it and see.
We are just from New York and
have bought th© largest stock of
Goods at tha lowest prices, ever
bronghft.o this market. Call and
see them. 0. \Y. liooil & Son, Har
mouy Grove. VJ tf.
Little Biatts • Garrison was run
over by ona of her father's nnlk
cows and hurt right seriously—receiv
ing a gash over the eye, muting to the
bone, which had to be sewed up.
The Jcrdau and HaulbrOok case
came up lor trial again yesterday.
Don’t fill the system with quiniuo to
ptevent or cure Fevst and Ague Ay
era Acne Cuie is the specific: for this
di.-ease, and leaves no poisons to pro
duce dizziness, deal ness, headache, or
Ddn’t make a mountain of a mole
hill. Sometimes people take of
fense when no offense is intended.
Church people and preachers, too,
are guilty of this same lilt!© thing.
Let the Saviour’s words, “Peace be
unto you,” remain in your hearts
every day. %*
Subscribers will remember the Jour
nal during court. A uutnoer of them
have been taking the paper c-rer since
it commenced aud Lava ueyer paid a
cent., not withstanding the low sub
scription of 5j cts. The piroprietor
needs money, and besides, he is going
to ma the Journal on the Farmer?
Alliance eottou bagging factory priQ.
eiples, and you know what these are;
if yon don’t, you will when yon go to
buy your bagging, without you get
your merchant to stand for you. Come
up and pay jour tubeeription to the
Young, old, and uinldie aged, all ex
pcrieneo the wonderlully beneficial el
levis of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Young
childian, sulliring from sore eyes, sore
ears, scald head, or with aDy scrofu
ions i aim, become healthy and 'strong
by the use ot this medicine; six bottles
fot five dollars,
We iiavo the largest stock of Dry
Goods and General Merchandise'
yeu ever saw; and to this wo hnvo
added an Etnp >riuu Millinery De
partment, which will be suporin
tended by one of the most skiileil
Milliners to be found anywhere.
There goods are unexcelled in qual
ity aud style-, and wo are oiler.
them at prices far below all eompo
tition. C. W. Hood & Sun, Har
mony Grove, Ga. 10 tf.
The business outlook for this see -
tion is brighter than. Las Leon in
many years. If ! lomer had a rail
read to carry forth the rich treas
ures of her people to the world,
she would soon be noticed.
Carnesville has Jud a big rail
road meeting, and it will nut b
many years till through connection
will be made from the Air Line to
South Carolina, by iiomsrr and
A. correcti on.—C, Vv - Li con o.
Soa at Harmony Grove, have on
iy one-car load of jute bagging.
They also have one car load uf col -
ton bugging contracted for an .
2,000 yards of cotton bagging no ~
in stock. No other persons have
any interest in this bagging. They
have some customers who prefer
jute to cotton bagging, and, trying
to please all in this, as in every
thing else, have both kinds for sale.
Cotton bagging is worth 12 3 -lets,
to 13 cts. per yard Jute bagging
is w®rth 10 per yard for 1 3-4 lbs ,
aud 11 cents for 2 lb., full weights.
Antwerp, Sept. G.—Dynamite ex
ploded to-day in a carriage factory in
the vicinity of the bourse, killing sev
eral persons and doing much damage
to property. Ifeitions of the bourse
were strnck by burning fragments an-.
set on fire, esusiug a panic in that
building, which was at the time crowd
The less of life ia appalling. It is
known that 12G persons were killed.
The cartridge factory was situated be
hind tite docks, upon which millions
of cartridges were being leaded. Ic
was adjacent to petroleum stores, amt
two large Russian petroleum ware
houses were .-et oa fare and are now
burnirg. Other stores are endagered.
The police gendearmes and troops aro
j assisting in the work ot extinguishing
the flames, while priests and sisters of
charity are looking after the injured.
The city is erveioptd in a dense smoke.
The explosion occurred in a work
shop whore old cartridges wcie being
| taken to pieces. Men and women were
! activedy at work, breaking them up,
and 25,000,000 had been partly brok
en. The fire is still jagiug and now
coyere two acres. The flames shoot
up to an immense height. Among
the roar of flames there is a continuous
succession of loud reports, supposed
to be from the iguitiou and explosion
of packages of cartridges. Beyond the
Russian tanks and Nobles’ sheds there
are numerous houses burning; ship
ping at the Africa and American docks
is in danger.
Later—The number of deaths will
probably reach 2.00. About 5(Ji) per
sona were injured. The 1 will be
many million francs. It will be im
passible to extinguish the flames iu
leas than twenty-lour hours; several
vessels have been burned. Owing to
the intense heat the firemen are unable
i to approach the flames Learer thau luii