Published Dally, Weedy end Brraday, by
THB ATHENS PPBUSHINO CO.
O. D. FLAN1UKN,.
• Thc Awrexo Daily Baknkb I* delivered
tnetRien lathe city, or mailed, postage tree,
t5 »nyad lret* at the following rates: *6. 0 per
vearTtSJ&i for six month JIM tor three months
The Weekly o: Sunday B uniB $: .OJper year,
to cents foro months. Iferariatly Casl> In ad-
T *r™n»lent advert sements will be Inserted at
the rate of $U> p r square for the first insert loo,
a- dcocen a for each subsequent ins rtlon. ex-
t con ract advert ■
, on welch special
nteiVts be obtained.
Local notices will be charged at the rate of 10
cents per line each Insertion, except when con
tracted for extended periods, wn nspecial cates
wl 1 be made.
dressed to the Business Manager.
business men of Athena, and we
now ask them to accord The Banner
that support which will enable it to
take the press dispatches and <add
oilier needed improvements. Let
ever/ merchant resolve to-day to
plaut his card in its columns, that
our paper may be a daily advertise
ment of Athens and its business en
THE NEW HOTEL.
. Now that tlie LoliJaym are over
the committee should lose no time j £' a » Carolina & Northern"will soon bo
Desirous that my son may complete
his collegiate education, and not having
time to devote to the business myself, 1
will sell the Elherton Star newspaper
and job office. It. is the official orpin
of Elbert county, has a fine subscription
list, and doesa good job business, which
latter branch can be made to pay thc
entire expenses of the office. The out
fit is new, with Fairhaven power and
Gordon job presses.
Elberton is one of the best business
points in upper Georgia, and tier people
are liberal and enterprising. The Gear
in starting to work and raising the | ?"*»'**' throu ^ ** tcit *' wHch wiU
THE NEW YEAR.
Indeed is there a bright outlook
for Athens and the country at large
for the year beginning to-day. All
of onr merchants are in a highly
prosperous condition, with promise
of an increased trade. The farmers
can see daylight ahead, and for the
first time since the war have raised
enough supplies to support them
until another crop is gathered. Bu
siness is on a more settled basis than
for years past, and credit can be
given with a greater assurance of
prompt payment. Profits in all lines
are cut close, but every class is ef
fected alike. Money is easy, and
there is no fear of a panic or stria*
gcncy i n the market.
' In fact, this morning’s san.rise
will show a brighter dawn for the
South than in thirty years past
Indeed have we canse to return
thinks to the Giver of all good for
the great blessings that we now en
joy and are spread out before us.
Let us gy to work this new year’s
morn with a firm determination to
cultivate these blessings and so de
port ourselves as to feel, at the close
of the year, that we have tried to
While the whole country is smiling
with prosperity, onr own city of
Athens has b ten especially favored
The past year has Been many impor
tant change i made. Stately build
ings now cover ground that twelve
months ago was waste places ; our
street railway has passed under a new
management, and we have now one
of thc best lines in the South ; the
electric light is about to break upon
us; splendid sidewalks are laid
where once pedestrians tramped
through the mud; old manufactories
have been enlarged and new ones
added—in fact, look where yon will
and you Bee evidences of progress
made daring the past year. But by
fav the most gratifying work done,
is the healing of all differences be
tween our citizens. Twelve months
ago ou i* people were torn into war
ring faptions—to-day they are uni«
ted together as a band of brothers
for the prosperity of their city. Our
ballot-boxes havs been purged of the
voteB of men who sell their suffrage,
and for the first time since the war
you find in Athens a united demo
But the outlook for the new year
is even brighter than the old. The
Georgia, Carolina «fe Northern rail
road will enter our gates, and pour
into the commercial lap of Athens
the trade of a new and fertile sec
tion ; the Georgia Midland will in
all probability be graded, and the
Athens A Jefferson road assured ;
and we may expect that long-locked
for Knoxville connection, and a link
built to Washington, Ga. A mag
nificent new hotel will be completed;
onr city sewered and streets paved.
We will see a new city park and pro
bably electric cars running to it. A
number jof small manntactories will
be started, and steps taken to devel
op our magnificent water powers.
We will have a postal delivery ser
vice and several thousand inhabi
tants added to our population.
The above predictions for the new
year are not unreasonable, and we
donoteeewhy they may not be re
alized. Let every patriotic Athe
nian start oat this morning with a
firm determination to devote a por
tion pf his time the coming year to
working for his city. Buy a horn
and blow on it but cue tone : “ Ath
ens P’ Set aside a portion of your
accumulations to enhance the pros
perity of your city, and lend your
aid and means to build up and devel
op our town. Vote for any and every
movement tending to the improve
ment of Athens. Do not let a few
dollars deter yon from keeping up
with the procession. Old fogies and
chronie growlers must retire to the
rear, and the progressive element
H run the Classic City for the next
reive months. ; v
ram begins the New Year
work will accom-
briug Elberton within 75'miles of Au-
small sum that is necessary to in- j Ifusta, 40 miles of Athens, and about
' J 1‘)A rtf IrUnM All /if mktrtk ...tit
sure Athens a handsome new hotel.
This money can be subscribed in a
short time by a thorough canvass of
the city, for our people all realize the
fact that a modern hotel is necessary
for the progress and prosperity of
the Classic City. A small sum from
every citizen will furnish the needed
money. The G., C. & N. road is now
under headway, and by next fall the
cars will be running into Atheus,
Our merchants all did a fine trade
the past year, property in our city is
steadily advancing, and with a new
hotel Athens will grow and prosper
as no Georgia city has ever done
before. That hotel must be built
and on January 1st we hope the com
mittee will go to work in earnest and
finish the subscription.
TO THE MERCHANTS OF ATHtNS-
In the next few days Mr. J. H.
Stone, agent for The Banner, will
wait upon our merchants, and wc
earnestly hope that every oue will
make an advertising contract with
him for the new year. It matters
not what be your line of -business or
the character of your customers, you
will find at the end of the year that
thc beneficial results from constantly
keeping your name and business be
fore the public, will many times re
pay yon for cost of same. A large
advertisement is not necessary, but
a small card will answer every pur
pose. Again, if all of our merchants-
patronizeTnE Banner, it will prove
a splendid advertisement for the city,
by letting the public know the ex
tent of the business done. This pa*
per is now owned by the citizens of
Athens and every dollar you expend
with it will be returned to you, either
in an increased trade or dividends on
your stock. We intend - to greatly
enlarge and improve our Weekly,
and place it in every family in this
120 of Atlanta—all of which places will
contest for tlie business of the county.
I do not know a better opening in the
South for a weekly newspaper than El
berton. My only reasons for selling are
those given above.
To a good man I will sell the office at
a bargain, and on easy terms of pay
ment. This is a rare opportunity if
you desire to embark in journalism.
I will only offer The Star for sale a
short time, when if it is not disposed of,
will withdraw it from market.
Write me at once, if you desire to
purchase, for full particulars.
T. L. Gantt,
P. S.—My friends of tlie press will
confer a favor by reproducing or no
ticing the above. T. L. G.
Lt New Yor -
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WANTED.—An agent for the Ham
mond Type Writer in the city of Ath
ens. Address with references, J. H.
Nnnnally, Atlanta, Ga., 36 Whitehall
'QQ CMstmas! *|
an overwhelming popular
place Semi-Annually, JnneandDeccraber,
and it* GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAW
INGS take place In each of the other ten montte
of the year, and aro aU drawn In public, at the
Academy of Mode, New Orleans, La.
prompt Payment of Prizes.
Attested as FoUowt:
“We do hereby certify that we* snpervlae the
arrangement* for aU the Monthly and Semi-An-
ual Drawings of the Louisiana State Letters
Company, and in person manage and contro,
the Drawings themselves, and that the same an
conducted with honesty, fairness and in good
faith toward all parties, and we authorise the
Company to use till* certificate, with facsimile*
of oar signatures attached in its advertise
Tlie Georgia Railroad,
- Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern R. R.
UNION POINT AND WHITE PLAINS R. It.
Will Sell ROUND TRIP TICKETS
At FOUR CENTS PER MILE, to and from all
Stations, on the following dates : DEC. 21st to
25th inclusive. Good for return passage until
Jan. S, 1890. December 29t!i, 80th and 31st, good
Ao return January 5th, inclusive.
E3r*Tiekets at rates named will not he sold at
rates named on other than days named above.
JOE W. WHITE, E. k. DORSEY,
Travelling Pass. Ag’t. Gen'l Pass. A g’t.
'““RAlLKOAb TIMB TABLE.
Showing ihe arrival and departure of all
Trains i.v CITY TIME.
THE DECLINE IN SUGAR.
The most interesting feature in
commercial matters of late has been
the decline in sugar, the price of
which has dropped very nearly a cent
in the New Orleans market since the
highest price of the season was
T eached some weeks ago. As it will
be remembered that cluring the pe
riod of advancing prices speculators
and dealers purchased very freely,
and must now as a consequence hold
considerable stock, the decline in
volves considerable losses for a num
ber of people, unless there is a re
action later on.
The beet crop of Europe and the
sugar cane crop of Cuba arc unex
pectedly large, and as a consequence
a decline wae forced in our home
Thiswill indeed be good news to
consumers, who have been outrage
ously bled for a year or more to
swell the profits of trusts and specu
lators. The prospect now is that
sugar will decline to a reasonable
price, and if the .trust can only be
broken, the .finer grades will also
Acc. from Union
Point and Way
Stations 10 a.m.
Ex. from White
Charleston ....i:\10 p.m
Acc. from At
Macon and Wil
mington, N. C.5.t5p.m Acc. for Union
Ex. from White
and the West, 7.30 p.m
Exp. for 'White
rod the West.. 0 a. m.
Acc. for Macon,
and Wilm’gtonO.lO a.m
Svp. for White
Charleston... .4,30 p.m
“ Con elia
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“ Goldsboro c
“ New York
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No. 41, daily except Sunday, leaves Atlanta
5.30 p. m.; arrives at Lida 8.12 p. m.
No. 40 leaves Lula daily except Sunday 6.15 a.
m.; arrives Atla ta 8.50 a. m.
Nos. 50 and 51 connect at Cornelia for Tallu
lah Falls daily.
fDaily except Sunday.
FuUniaa Sleeping-Car Stum
No. 50 lias Pullman Sleeper New York to At
No. 52, Pullman Sleeper Washington to New
Orleans and Washington to Birmingham.
No. 51 Pullman Sleeper Atlanta to New York.
No. 5! Pullman sleeper New Orleans to Wash
ington, D. I’,, and Birmingham to Washington.
L. L. McCLESKEY,
Dlv. Passenger Agent,
JAS. L. JAYLOff,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
Washington, D. C.
Point and Way
GEORGIA, CAROLINA & NORTHERN R. K.
From Now York, Wash-1 For new York, Wash
ington, Norfolk, &c. ington, Noriolk, Ac.
Sched.not yet arranged. |Schi d.uot j et ar. anged.
COVINGTON & MACON R. R.
Ex. from Macon j Acc. for Macon,
and Atlanta.. 1,03 p, nil Madison and
Acc. from Macon Way Stations. .8.20 a.m
Madison and Exp. for Macon.
Way Stations, 6.50 p.ml Madtson and
j Wav Stations, 1.40 p.m
RICHMOND A DANVILLE R. R.
Ex. from Atlanta
Now I ark.... 11.50a.m
Ex. from Atlanta
New York....9.55 p.m
Ex. lor New York
Atlauta, 7.10 a.m
Ex. for New York
Atlanta 5.20 p.m
It looks as if the Republican con
spirators ont in Montana were de
termined to capture the United States
Senators from that State. They fight
persistently for them, and they have
the advantage of a United Slates
Senate now ready to admit their men,
providing there is, by hook or crook,
some kind of Senator chosen in
Montana. The Democrats have thus
far prevented this, but it is only at
the expense of blocking all legisla
tion. Thc Senators really belong to
the Democrats, and the Republican
manoeuvres that seek to capture
them are a'direct attack upon thc
Athens Cotton Exchange.
Athens, Ga. December 31.—Tone of
the Market, Quid.
Good Middling 9 5-8
Strict Middling 9 1-2 .
Strict Low Middling 91-4
Low Middling 9 1-S
Strict good ordinary 9
Tinges 9 1-8 to 9 1-4
Stains S 3-4 to 9
Georgia Railroad Co
Stone Mountain Route.
Office General Manager I
Augusta, Ga., Sept. list lt‘ 9 j
The following schedule will be operated , i
tfl further notice:
Tone: St”a,iy Demaud Fair.
Middling uplands, 5 9-16; Middling Orlcaae:
Si’-s 8 OOo. Tv ,0
August-Scntember .... ..
December J an nary
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Odmlug Tone: Sterdy.
Closing Tone quiet.
Tone: Quiet .
New York Market.
WddUni 10 ’-a
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Closing Tone Steady.
Receipts of AllU. S. Port?.
Notice of Stockholders’ Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of the stock
holders of the Georgia Carolina and
Northern Railway Company will be
held in Athens, Ga., Wednesday, Janu
ary 15th 1890 at 12 M.
A. L, Hull, Secretary.
Doc.4, 1889. td
All of Julius'Cohen <& Co’s, custom
ers are anxiously waiting for January
7tn to come, as we are arranging for a
grand Clearance Sale to commence on
that day. We are now taking stock
and arranging for this great sale, and
ready for January 7th.
Total 3 t-Tys 7
I i Some
I Week 1 aii.
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j 40.,760 |t7,M3
5 3,23* I*. 197
, 90S l*i>j,8,7 _ ! J4
Receipts ( 1
Seyt. j to Dec. [2) |.* vm no, irar «i -c'~
Stock at all l! .S.Ports. f «S*7
: «& Co.
664 MULBERRY ST..
MACON, - GA.,
(Next Door to Opera House.)
This house is pleasantly located.
Rooms large and nicely furnished.
Table furnished with the best the mar
ket affords. Good servants and polite
Mrs. T. M. BUTN'JER,
We tbe undersigned banks and bankers will
avail Prizes drawn In the Louisians State Lot-
teries which mav be presented at our eonnters
A, W^l^gsT&LO&jSSil S
CARL ROHM, Pres. Union
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING.
At the Aendsmy of Music, New Orleans, Tues
day, January. It. 1896.
Capital Prize $.300,000.
100,000 Tiokets at $20 ‘Each; Haim $10;
1 PRIZE OF 1300,000 Is 7300,000
1 PRIZE OF lOOJWOis 100,000
1 PRIZE OF 60JK0U 50,000
1 PRIZE OF 25JM01s 25,000
2 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 20.000
5 PRIZES OF AOOO are 25,000
25 PRIZES OF 1,000 are 25,000
100 PRIZES OF GOO are 50,000
200 PRIZES OF 300 are €0,000
500 PRIZES OF 200 are 100,000
100 Prizes of *500 are 50,000
100 Prizes of *300 are 30,000
100 Prizes of *200 are 20,000
TWO NUMBER TERMINALS
All goods marked in PLAIN FIGURES. Prompt
attention given to mail orders. Measure blank
furnished upon application.
17 and 19 Whitehall Ret. Atlanta fia
009 Prizes of *100 are
909 Prizes of *100are..
L134 Prizes Amounting to *1,054,000
Note.— Tickets drawing Capical Prises are
not entitled to terminal Prizes.
X9 For Club Kate* or any further informa
tion desired, write legibly to the undersigned,
clearly stating your residence, with state, coun
ty, street and number. More rapid return msl
delivery will bo assured by your enclosing ai
Envelope bearing your full address.
AddroaH. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, L*.
or 21. A. 9AUFHI*, ,
tv turningum, u. l.,
Br ordinary letter, containing Money Orders
issued by all Express Companies, New York
Exchange Draft or Postal Notes.
Address Rsgistwed Letters
Containing Currency to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Nxw OntliKS, La.
payrai _ I
GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL
BANKS ol New Orleans, and the tickets are
signed by the President of an Institution whose
chartered rights are recognized In the highest
Courts: therefore, beware ol any Imitations oj
One dollar Is the Price of the smallest part or
fraction of a ticket Issued by ns In any drawing.
Anything In our name offered for less than a
dollar Is a a’
Ar- Union l’t.
8.30 a in
8.40 a m
8.50 a m
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Lv. Unio 1 F..
Ar. Atlan.a .
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Lv. Union Pt.
5 85 p m
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AMD 7 J
Geo. R. Lombard & (!o.
Foundry, Machine* Boiler and Gin Wjrk
and Supply House,
■ 7.45 a m
7.20 a m
Ar. Union Pt.
10.01 a m
Ar. Union Pt.
Lr. Union P .
10.15 a m
10 24 a m
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Ar. Athens .
11.40 a m
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Leave Athens* 6 15 pm
Arrive Union Point. 8 45pm
Lea e Union Point* 6 45 p m
Arrive Athens 9 80 a m
UNION POINT 3c WHITE PLAINS R. R.
Leave Union Point*..
Arrive at Siloam
Arrive at Wbi e Plai-
Leave White Plains
Arrive at Silomn
Arrive at Union Point....
*E cept Sunday.
ItStiLteen its Merits
The lol'owug twenty well known
citizens of Athens are selected from my
list of purchasers to whom 1 refer as to
the merits of the Lee Range. Consult
the references, see the Range and if you
want a first-class cooking apparatus
you are my customer.
I3ST THEOIT Z
Dr S C Benedict A H Hod;
F B Lucas Casper M
H N Taylor Wm Ware
Prof H C White M B McGinty
Prof E C Branson C D Flanigen
Julius Cohen Mrs Blackwell
IH Allen Mrs Olive
J BToomcr Mrs Lucy Mathews
Industrial Home E R Brumby
Thomas Fleming A D Mathews.
SLEEPING AND PARLOR CARS.
Fact train : Sleeping cars between Atlanta
Augusta and Charleston. Night express:
Sleeping cars between Charleston and Atlanta.
Augusta and Atlauta, Augusta and Macon.
Trains No. 27 and 28 will Btop at and receive,
passengers to and from the following stations
only: Grovetown, Harlem, Deanng, Thomson,
Norwood, Barnett,Crawfordville, onion .Point
Grcenesboro, Madison, Rutledge, Social Circle
Covington, Conyers, Lithouia, Stone Moon-
tain and Decatur.
Trains to and from Athena eenneet with
trams 27, 28,1 and 2.
J. W. GREEN, E. R. DORSET,
Geo. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt.
JOE W. WHITE. Trav.Pass. Agt.
“LITTLE BROWN JUG.”
D O s Jug Business to please onr customers
We handle the ttneyt whisky, at low prices
viz: Louis ISfifi, Small Grain, and Lincoln Co.,
Rye, anil in fact all grades of Rye, from *1A0 to
S3,CO per gallon; aLoKennesaw Mountain and
North Carolina Corn, from *L50 to *2.50 per gal
on. Send us your ordersfor Jugs. Satisfaeuor
lguaranteed. wSSfULb FREE.
Y lu «• Harris, Pres. 8. Thomas, got
V. L. G. Horns, L. U. Chtrbonnio:
John H. Newton,
A. E. Griffeth.
John A, Uunuieuit,
Roht. L Hampton,
Eduard 8. Lyndon
Bum K. Reaves
In the Country:
Dr Watkins, Sandy Cross ;
W O Fluker, Union Point
Mr. Stovall, Oconee county
J W Arnold, Wilkes county
Andrew & Glenn, Oglethorpe county
J M Brisendim, “ *
James Young, “ “
Hon JasM Smith, “ “
M Mathews, •* “
James Hutcheson “ “
T A Hanie. “ “
J R Shields, Jackson county.
Woods Ashford, Watkinsville
James Freeman, Antioch
G A Potter, Supt. Ga. Factory.
Mr Card, Supt. Barnett Shoals.
In addition to the
I keep the best andjargest selected stock
Stoves and Goods m
Of any house in this city.
A call will
E. JONES 209 Broad St
One two-story house on Foundry street,
lot extending back to Codington & Macon
Railroad. A splendid lot for a warehouse.
Also, one large dwelling on Oconee sk,
now used by Public ScbooL This prop
erty is valuable.
Shackleford & Hattaway,
Real Estate Agents.
PIANOS and ORGANS.
The Best Instruments at Lowest Prices.
See a partial list of our customors for reference on any of them
Miss Lucy Bishop, A then s.
Capt. J J. C. McMahan, “
Col. E. T. Brown, “
W. B. Jackson, V
Mrs. Raphael, “
M. B. McGinty, ‘‘
W. D. Griffeth, “
Mrs. E. A. Crawford, “
Capt. W. W. Thomas, “ ‘
Miss Ellen Mell, “
J. T. Tolbert, Danielsvil’e.
P. F. Crawford, Lavonia.
W. H. Morton, Crawford.
W. H. Cheney, Bairdstown.
L. M. Cain, Athens.
Williams Lodge O. F. “
H. T. Huggins, “
1st Baptist Church “
2nd Baptist Church, “
Mrs. E. A. IMielps, “
Wintervfllc ^Baptist Church
W. 11. Wright, Banka villa.
Mrs. Dr. Thurmond, Jewelville.
W. W. Bright,well, Maxcya.
Methodist Church, Winterville.
O. A. Waddell, Milledgeville.]
J. 1’. Wilson, Greeneshoro.
Miss Maggie Tlmrmond,Lynchburg,Va
W. L. Adams, Monroe, Ga.
OP NEW YORK.
LARGEST, SAFEST OLDEST
Insurance in Force,
Paid Policy Holders in 1838,
Increase in Assets,
Increase in Surplus,
Increase in Instance written.
If you pay ‘ your Premium, the Oomnany
Will pay your Qsstiss!.
G-IIA-HSTT & WILLCOX A-gts.-
213. EAST CLAYTON STREET
C. L. SORREL W. U. HAINES
SORREL <fc IIA IlSTES.
Havejuzt opened m> a CARRIAGE AM) WAGON SHOP, U 0 , ner Jackson and
shington streets. They are prepared to do all kinds of Hi. AGKSMIT1UNG Holt SH
OEING, etc., will algo build wagons, carriages and other vehicles to order Ail kinds of re
pairing done promptly and at reasonable prices. Mr. Haines has had twenty years experience
in thebosiuess, eight ofwhiofa were spent at the old Hodgson shops. Give us a trial and we
will give yon satisfaction. ’
REPAIRING AND HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY
l 89d'y Respectfully, SORREL & 11 AIN PS
Special high qualit;
attention to orders,
-Present the BEST COMPANIES and'Insure Desirable Property In
Represent .... J|i
Athens and vicinity on moat favorable terms,
list of Companies. fcpibl. \
Home of Now York *3,000.000
Ftuenix of Hartford 2,000.000
Liverpool and London and Globe £2,000,000
Insurance Company of North America 3,000,000
North British and Mercantile .£2,000,1x10
Germania of New York 1,000,000
Hartford of Connecticut... s.iv.ooo
Savannah Fire and Marine 200,000
Now York Life Insurance Company (Mutual
tn U. B. 6,9(3,81
in U.S. 3,472,61
^OFFieB AT BANK OF THE UNIVERSITY.
Witherspoon Ac Hamilton,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In White Lead, Oil, Varnishes, Turpentine, Brushes
colors and Painters supplies. Don’t forrt the place, 122 CLAYTON STREET B
ATHENS, GEORGIA 0*We will.do your Painting promptly und give satisfaction