THE FARMERS JOURNAL.
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Homer, Ga., Post Office.
•7no. Barton, - Proprietor.
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A. C. MOSS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Collections made and promptly remitted
P. M. EDWARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all the Courts
flf the Western Circuit.
W. I. PIKE, N
G. W. BROWN,
SGF~ Will do a general practice.
Collecting a specialty.-
James M. Merritt,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Dr, A. H. Stapler,
Special attention given to Surgery,
Obstetrics and Chronic diseases of long
Y. D. LOCKHART.
J. W. Sumpter,
li omer, Georgia.
and Waggons made
to order. Repairing a Specialty.
~lr!s7iiardman & sharp,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SlKvmony, Grove, Ga.
Presbyterian Church, services 2nd
Sunday in each month, Her. G-. H.
Methodist Church, services Ist Sunday
in each month, and Saturday before,
Revs. J. l>. Guimeis and Jno. I. Pen
Baptist Church, 4 h Sunday in each
month aud Saturday before, J. F.
Jy CdgCS ■
Homer Lodge, so. 82., I. O. O. F.,
meets Ist Tuesday in-each month, J.
W. Sumpter, coble grand, T. F. Hill,,
Phi Delta Lodge no. 148, F. A. M.,
meets Ist Friday night its each month,
tv. a. watson, w. m.,p. h. Edwards,
s. tv., 3. w. enmpter, 7. tv., w. s. Long,
BCCt’y., w. c. J. Garrison, treasurer.,
vsilcy Treldkill, s. and., c. h. owen, J.d.,
EC-firy crceo s. e., a. J. cash, j. 6.
THE FARMERS JOURNAL.
First Monday# in each mouth. t.jt.
Third Mondays in Aloreh and Sep
tember. m. n. nutehins jod^e.
Hcpteiilber s2, SSBB.
After tin's month no notices of any
kind will bo inserted in this paper
without the publication fees in advance
Georgia. Banks Co.:—Will bo sold
on the Lt Tuesday in March next, at
the oourt. house in said county, with
in the legal honrs of sale, to the high
est bidder for cash, the following prop
erty, to wit: One undiTided oao sixth
interest in one hundred and twenty
five acres, more or less of land lyinsr
in said county adjoining lan<2#of J. K
Thompson on the east, lands* of
Borders on the south, lands of ILbe t
Stevcrson on the west and lauds of R
T. Thompson on the north. Sud
property levied on aj ihe property of
R. 0. Hardy, to satisfy fin execution
issued from the justice’s court of t'ae
26b h district, g. m., of raid countr,
in favor of Dr. Thos. Hayden against
RC, Hardy. Levy made a ’id return
ed to mo by J, E. Stephens, L. C. Al
so at the same time and place, one
divided one-twelfth interest in 125
acres of land, more or less, lying in
said county, adjoining lands ot J. A,
Tkomprom on the east, lands of
Borders on the south, lands of Robert
Steverson on the west, and lands of R.
T. Thompson on the north. Said
land levied ou as the property of Thos
Hardy, to satisfy an execution issued
from the justice’s court of the 208 dis
trict, g. m., of said county, in favor of
Dr. Thos. Hayden against Thomas
Hardy. Levy made and returned
to me by J. E. Stephens, L C.
Jan. 28, 1889. W. A. Scoggins,
39 4w. Sheriff, B. C.
Georgia, Ranks Cos :—Agreeable to
an order of the. court of ordinary of
Banks county, will be sold at auction
at the conrt house door of said county
on the Ist Tuesday in March ctxt
within the legal hours of sale the fid
lowing property to wit, One rhare in
the Georgia Railroad and Banking
Company, sold as the property of Miu
yard Sanders, dec’d. Sold for the ben
efit of the heirs of said estate. Terms
cash. Jan. 33, 1889. T. f. Hill,
39 4w • oreiuary.
Georgia, Batiks Co.—To all whom
it may concern: Mary M. Coker, guar
dian fer Lpther P., Jas. 8,. Margie L,
and Alda B. Coker, has in due form
applied to the undersigned for leave
to sell the lands belonging to the es
tate of said minors, and said applica
tion will be heard on the Ist Moßday
in March next. 29th day of January
1889. T. F. Hill, ordinary.
G?orgiß, Banks county: —-To all
whom it may concern, L. N. Turk,
admr. of Jas. Norwood, dec’d., has in
due form applied to the undersigned
for letters of dismission from said es
tate, and said application will fee heaid
on the Ist Monday in May next.
January 29, 1889. T. F. Hill,
39 3naoe, ordinary.
Rabbits are said to be very plen
tiful around here.
_ Mrs. L Cox who has been very
sick the past week is improving
Monday was about the coldest
day this winter.
“Onward Ami v-!”
HOMER, BANKS COUNTY, GA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30, 1889.
Money to loan on easy terras. From
one to five years time.
3 mo?. P. M Eowap.io.
McELREE’S V.'iNE OFCABDU! ior Weak Nerves.
n-mwix 1 - m 'ii him—ll si
Baugh aui nro, Maysville,
J c rims. Apple valley,
j b Me vhiner, f T Lamar,
j Lee Leorand, Cramers.
Mr. P, M- Edwards claims to
have had “’possum” to eat on his
trip to Gainesville last week.
Master Willie Lockhart has gone
up to Habersham on a visit.
School opened at the academy
Monday morning—Mr. C. A Meeks
Mr. Owen Chambers is getting
his new dwelling nicely arranged
and otherwise improving his newly
settled premises. Perhaps that
boy is the cause of it.
Mr. J. E. Stephens proposes
making some new improvements
on the postoffice shortly, which
will add much t.o its convenience.
The roads are in a fair condition
It is not wise in citizens to bo
always talking of moving off. This
is no enceuragement for their sec
tion to new settlers that might
come in their midst,
There is to be a “Bound Parly”
at Mr. J. J. Hill’s Thursday night.
As it is the first of the kind for
sometime, it is presumed a good
crowd will be present.
as has been the case the Journal
is a little behind this week. Cold
weather is the cause, as soon as
possible the Journal will be on
Rev. Mr. Rorie preached his Ist
sermon at the M. E. Church last
Wednesday night. Mr- Rorie is
fast making favorable impressions
with the members of his circuil.
On 4th page appears an agricul
tural department. Correspond
ents, as in local matters, are invit
ed to this column, Write short ar
ticles. Write plain, and only on
one side of your paper.
Subscribers who wish their pa
per changed from one office to an
other, will please notify the pub
lisher, and not have their papers
lying in the office. Then write
they are not receiving their pa
From the way farmers are mov
ing around, they mean to make big
crops this year. This is what it
takes to put your country in a con
dition free from debt.
Mr- W, a, Watson, of the Bush
villc neighborhood, is the boss tur
nip raiser. Last week Mr. G C.
Forbes exhibited four of Mr. Vv at
son’s turnips, which weighed 124
pounds. These were not the larg
est in tho patch.
K3 BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation.
Gunnels, power & 00, Harmony Grove,
d-s Hardman and Bharp, Harmony
A dear skin adds to Uie beauty of a
fins face and of'ens Ip*vlh a charm to
homolinef<(*. To beautify your com
plexion. yon should purify you*" blood
with Ayer’s fiart-aparilla. As a tonic
and alterative medicine, has no eqcal.
Pries sl. Six bottlee for five dollars.
Mr. J. 2L Baker, a student of
Dahlonega, and who delivered a
number of Hitchcock’s Analsys of
fhe Bible in this county last fall, is
getting up a school at Nails Creek
A correspondent from Daniels
ville to the Banner- iVatchman,
comments very highly on that vil
lage having a faithful mail carrier.
Homer has just as good. Mr. Mc-
Donald “toats the mail” rain or
Mr. James Brooks, a citizen of
Banks, is near 80 years ot age. He
was never sued in his life and says
he has not owed a man a “thrip'’
in 40 years. But few there are of
this kind of man.
MsElree’s WiNE OF CAfiDUI for female diseases.
j E iiepiieus, Homer. |
The examinations of teachers for
the public schools throughout the
county, took place yesterday and
to-day, with Rev. Mr, Gunnells at
the helm. Teachers were exam
ined at the Homer Academy.
For more than 4o yssaia. Avar’s
Cherry Pectoral has beea successfully
prescribed ia cauvs cf coosumpnoii.
This medicine dways affjrJs g-t-at ie
lief in pulmonary diseases. Ass your
druggists fer it.
Old Boreas got on a tear last
Saturday night and blowed things
sky high during Sunday and Mon
day. Monday it snowed during
the greater part of the day, and
the ground froze light and hard.
At the time of going to press the
weather is fair and calm
An inquest was held last Friday
over the body of Mr. Wm.N. Dol
ton, a young man aged about six
teen, living six miles north of Ho
mer. The young man started out
to do a day’s work and on his way
fell dead in the field. The verdict
of the jury was heart disease.
Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia,
aeo w wilev, wt muKan. Jeweilsville
Weep not! —Though it stood the
burning rays of many a summer’s
heat, and Ihe wiltenng cold of
many a winter’s chilling blast, yet
it died a martyr to the ax:—the okl
mulberry tree that stood in rear of
the Journal office; that used to send
forth its smiles of shade on Mr. W,
F. Hill, as he was seated at the
window performing his work. It is
now a victim to Mr. Garrison’s
smiles of satisfation at its death,
CSTWINE CF CARD'JI, a Tonic for Women,
chas sweet, Alto.
a N Bsillamy, walnut Hill,
uatbccck & Cos, walnut Hill,
After the Board of Education
had organized and settled down !<>
work on Tuesday morning an officer
appeared wifh a warrant for the* ar
rest of oae of the colored appli
cants for license. This took the
darkey by surprise. The Roverli
ed commissioner first looked ag
hast, and then smiled a bland ap
proval of the magistry of the Jaw,
and allowed the would-be-teacher
to depart in peace. The last seen
of him he was going toward Har
mony Grove with his hands Ltd
with a stout piece of rope.
JVlcESree’s WSne of Carcta?
and THEDFOap’S black-oraucht are
for sale by tlie following merchants in
in Banks i.d adjoining collude.-.: J E
Ate. -bens, Hocper, w t Dauoan an i o>.
w wiley, jevvelLxille, eba* sweet, Alto,
j Leo Legrand, craraer, an Kellainy,
walnut nill, liathcock and c >.. and
Power and cunnelle. irani-'tygr.-ve,
Baugh iud bio., Mayavilie, 7 c vims,
Apple vailev, ; b m jwortfr, r >it namar.
Mr. Gordon, canvasser for fhe
sewing machine attachment was in
town one day last week, and exhib
ited the attachment at this office.
|lt consists of Iwo arms coupled to
gether by a spring. This puls
them in elbow-shape. Atone end
of these pieces is a hinge; this is
fastened to the machine—tna oth
er arm is the handle, and will run
the machine with the slightest
pressure and ease. It would seem
a great improvement and rest from
the (reddle so laboriously used and
tiresome to the feet.
Mr. Gorloa expects to move hi
family here shortly and will make
Homer his headquarters.
Charleston, S. C„ J on. 29 —There
occerrei on Market street, a premia
ent tfcoroug htaro, ibis afte.meon, one
of the most horrible incidents perhaps
witnessed upon a public thoroughfare
About sp. m. a little n-*gro girl, en
veloped in flames, dirted out of a door
way, aid rcanhit g tbo middle of the
street, fell down, wtiite the dime
gradually burnt her. Three men rush
od up, and v.i.h a struggle put out the
flames, managing to drag the barsing
clothing away, but in doins this they
peeled the fk'n horn tho body. The
child is still alive, but enffering with
pain, was finally picked up and car
iiod to a bouse, and was sent to the
hospital in an ambaleaie. She will
hardly survive, mr luvher had gone
out to woik, having three children n
the house. Ti.e eldest dropped in the
firo and was burned as above stated
Tho most disgraeeinl incident, ti e
were t-oveial policemen uloic
oi betn though oi telephoning to thy
hospital ior the ambulance nutll a e.ti
zen suggested the plea. The mao
were evidently ba vildcrod and para!
yzed by tho scoidenr.
Washington. Jan. 29—It is learned
to-night from genslemett who*e Infor
mation i- direct that tour places in ri-o
cabinet haw been definitely settled bv
Harrison, while not all of them have
scooped they wilt.