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TBST X BRABFIELIFS
Hurlay’s Ague Tonlo.
(Vo Arwair-No Mnraryr.
tiUU H Vl»»
**-£ ^ t |„, t r uU> of U»*
Ste!r^?«fu it fall to cure, Ufa* dtrwVcM sre state*
Mi'cU doe* hw
iwwsty rents per U
V«U"Ury wwlf>»tnM, containing lutoretUng <
■spartan i ovi, asttctfad from arery anaffir
lirfiWiTOO lk« various counties of tke Httic <
THE ERA OFFICE
it in tii brick Btra*i>nro on iuiima tTssrr
UOAP AMD WHTMHJ.
58. K1 usmi!
FORE $TjQ U E E N .
U to tho only prop~«u— yt discovered that *i
prodno* hair o«» the bald head.
It kM boon tented l* Atlanta.
A-fa, and dandruff from the
* eU itching and heat of the scalp.
' > dean tad holtlir.
*tko hair (tom falling out
M . lot* tod eye brows to grow luxu
It hasp* the hair from changing color (row age.
It produoM a full set of whiskers sod mustache
say naan of mature age.
Prepared only by
OR. R. 8. POMEROY,
No. 17 Alabama Street, Vp Stair*,
B. A. FAHNESTOCK’S
THE SAFEST AND HOST EFFECTIVE
REMEDY FOR WORMS
That hu over been <ttsoover«*l.
This celebrated >
fully given certificates testifying to its superiority. It
is used extensively, for the simple reason that
Notkiac ksi yet bees dlteovered which
can be substituted In Its place.
JUsd It fa given without apprehension, because every
oue knows its perfect safety It has now been before
the pablio for over "Fostv Yxabs,” ami has attested
ts superiority in thousands of esses, throughout U
parts of the world.
Ills the Imperative duty of every pa.
rent to watch the health of hUchild, and
•vide himself with this potent ape-
Be careful to observe the Initials of the name, a
ae that you get
"B. A. FAHNESTOCK’S VERMIFUGE
B. A. Fahnestock’s Son &
. PITTSBl'ltlJ, l»A.,
JAMES M. BISHOP.
A1TORNEY AT LAW,
J)BACriC£8 in all the counties of the Blue Kiu*<
id paiu In the side. 8om<--
tbe pain Is in the
loulder. and is mistaken
HHHnMWKfcr rheumatism. Tbe stom-
s affected with loss of appetite and sickness, bow-
els in general costive, sometimes Alternating with lax.
The head la troubled with palu and dull sensation,
considerable loss of memory, accompanied with pain
ful sensation of bavtug left undone something which
ought to have bean done. Often complaining of waak-
peaa, debility, and low spirits Sometime*, acme of
I H^lMBlBMUBBfathe above aymidoma attend
ffitho disease, and at other
I IUCD Htlmcs very few of them;
LIVfall ■but the liver is generally
■the organ most involved.—
(ggmgmBK'iire 'he liver with
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted to be
strictly vegetable, and can do no lujnry to any one.
It baa been used by hundreds, and known for the
last Mk years aa on* of ILe most reliable, aOcacUraa
and harmless preparations ever offered to the suffer
ing. If taken regular!/ and persisteutly, it Is sure to
headache, jaundice, eo«llv*-u«#s, sick
| heads* he, hronic diarriuna,
(factions of the bladder,
imp dysentery, affection*
the kidn<y«, fever, —
... iptriu, heartburn,
S bowels, pain In the head, fever
sod agua^ dropsy, boils, pain In back and limbs. Asth
ma, arysypsUs, female affections, and bilious diseases
.... been sufficient fas a cure, and whola
have baaa cured by a atugie buttle, with a par
fact raatotnUoa of the general health- It Is, however,
■niilt, and to every case mors aartais to cure, if its
«Be to aofattaMMd to smaller doses for a wsek or two af
fas Iks dteeaan has baaa ohaakad, jaora eapjcially to
tkartia uedk ina, altar having taken three or four *-
at of the Tonic!* single do- of BUI J/N VEGETA
FAMILY WLLd wlttfe* sufficient.
Dr. JOHN BULL** Martg*l Oflfaai
No. 40 Kink <'ro«» 8lr**t. f
Til* only remedy for Chilis and fsvar, or Agus and
Fever, that Is or can b* depended upon is Hurley's
Ague Tonlo. Than have been thousands cured by
using D who have tried tho usual remedies without
WORTHY OF ATTENTION.
Bull’s Worm Destroyer.
To my United Scutes and WorW Wide Headers.
av* received many testimonials from profeaaloual
and medical men. as my almanacs and various public
catlona have shown, all of which are genuine. The
following letter from a highly educated and popular
physician to Oaoifto, Is certainly on* of the moat sen
sible communications I have aver resolved. Dr. dem
ent knows exactly what ha speaks of, and his testimo
ny deserves to bo written In letters of gold. Bear what
the Doctor says of BULL'S WORM DESTROYKit:
Yillamow, Walker Co., 0*., June SB, 18.
John Bull—Dear Sir: 1 have reoently given
your “Worm Destroyer" several triala, aud find it won
derfully efficacious. It baa not failed in a single In
stance to have the wisbed-for effect. 1 am doing a
pretty large country practice, and have daily use (or
some article of the kind. I am free to oonfass that I
of BU Mined? recommended by the ablest authors
■ so certain and speedy In it* •«•«*•. On the
contrary, they are uncertain in the extreme. My ob
ject to writing you fa to find out upon what terms 1
can get the medicine direct from you. If I can get it
upon saay terms. 1 shall use a great deal of ik I am
aware that the aso of such articles is contrary to the
teachings aud practice of a great majority of the regu
lar hue M. D’s, but I sec no Just cause or good sense in
liscardtog a remedy Which wa know to be efficient
•Imply because we may be ignorant of Its eombination,
F * my part, 1 aha!! make it a rule to u*e all and any
means to alevlato suffering humanity which 1 may lx-
able to command—not hesitating because some one
more ingenious than myself may have learned its «-f
feet* first, and secured the aole right to secure that
knowledge. However, 1 am by no moans an advocate
reply aoou, aud Inform me of your best terms. I am,
JULIUS I*. CLEMENT.
only by J. II. ZKILlfe A CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Ga.
Pries 81; by mail 113*.
Tbs following highly raspertabla persons sen fully
lUMt to ths virtues of this valuable medicine, and to
ML Mm.. Sheriff Bibb county; J. A. Butts. Bein-
bridge, G*Li Dykas A Sparhawk, editors “Floridian,''
■ iLv. J. V. Burke. Macon. Da.; Virgil
Powers, Ksg.. Ssporintoixleut 8. W. It. IU. Daniel Bul
lard, Mallard's btaUon. Macon k Brunswick K. it .
Twiggs enuaty. O*.: Orosuviils Wood, Wood’s Facto
ry, Vaeou. Oa.; Rev. ILF. Kaatorttog. P. R. Florida
Ooafaraaea; Ifal* A. F. Woofay, Kingston, Oa.; Edl-
tor Macon Tatograph. may b-dbwfiui
SOUTHERN WHITE LEAD
W\UV MIVATV Tw
To Dr. '1 bum a* A. Ilurlcy:
aevaral popular modiciiu.s with bat temporary relief.
On reaching home the disease returned In a worse tyj
if possible, when my mtadiael attendant ordered '
»ne In Urge d«e»s— fraquruDy as high as to jpwi
dav. and which must hsvs ooat us nearly |100. i con
sulted Dr. Hinith, of Louisville, asd found hepraaorih-
ed quinine and araeuiu combined, which I refused to
take, preferring to Ut the disease taka tto course, 1 was
almost bloodless, extremely exhausted, and pronouno-
M with aalarged Liver and Bnleen, About this lime,
the advertisement of HurUy s Ague Tonic appeared in
a city uepar, and I datorniinad to give it a trial. I did
•o, and have no reason to regret It One bottle restored
me oomplotely, and since that time 1 have seen uteri/
' * ilaot.nl with aagaliy happy
ily racoiinuendhas prafofs-
i public. *
l^tuisvllle, Ky., June
Woman’s Best Friend.
rpiui nlukl. M^lUiUi. 1. prapuM lu, Wimu
4. Swlnla, m4 to b. ml t>, nn> u.i,. n u
HtgM miliillj to Uux. ™« vh.r. Uw von. u
auui*M6. ul will cw. ut travttt It, to to. -m
«m-UMfttaaHk •* "VUJ» * opm.
Boo. li&mlialtnnnnn, Uu >uuu Woo.
umoLot olaoXiulwuUimlimUoo. lu.mddw
SSjotth.'Hii.tUr«U»| Bomoou. tn.iUii.ot
mind, or llko ~flVTt. il ish Mho • charm, by kasroaiin
tax BmohASoji IM mw SASTAAog, thus relieving tin
fever, headache, pain in ths smell of ths back and “low-
ar stomach." fioahm of heat about the faoe, ohlliy can-
■atiooa. boratog of tho o/ollds and general reatfaa.-
naaa. Takas to lima all them symptoms peso away
Immediately, without injury to tba oonsUtuUuu. Fre.
Ouently, however, tho propw remedy is not applusl in
tbua. tha dUaaaa baoomaa chronic, aud tha fouudatlau
laid lor numbertooo arils to ths constitution of the wo
man. Tha next 'turn" oomas around and there la no
“•how," or parhapatho “whites" will appear. Thera
will ho some uneasiness about the womb, but very lit
tle or none of ths natural fluid saospiug. Ths com
plexion becomes sallow, bowels swollen, e sort of green
ish oasts about ths faoe, constant dull aching pains
about ths head, weight to tha lower stomach and back,
with or without whites, palpitations of the heart, pal-
lation, indigestion, weariness, languor, acb-
i the lotos, loss of appetite, pain in left broaet,
across the chest, cough, aud giddiness, if
ed to go on “great! etekne**' ’ will be fully de-
lb* headache becomes sovsre, with less of
memory, diminishing sensibility, rieg stomach, dys
pepsia, no relish for food, loss of flosh, increased flut
tering of tha heart, swrl’xhu ov thr rxxr, legs and
body, aud ocsasional spitting of blood. Ths aligbtest
effort eauses nuahuto mxxsTHixu, almost surrooa-
tiom. Ths akin is flabby and a “doughy feel.” This
is a sad picture, but it is tha oondlUou of thousands
of woman between the agoa of fifteen aud forty-five
who are brought to ths verge of ths grave by fgner
anoeor negleot to taka tha proper remedy. To all wh
are afflicted with any of the symptoms above mention
ed, to connection with an Irregularity of tho “muuthly
slckncas," w# earnestly say TAKE DR. J. BRAD*
H FEMALE REGULATOR. A few ounoes tv
patience you i
remedy has been extei
Of twenty years b
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.
WITH IODIDE OF POTARR.
Affections of the Hones, Ilabltval Coatlve*
ness. Debility, Diseases of the Kidney*,
Dy«|wpi)la, Eryilpcih, Female !r*
rejsalarltlas, Vlitala, nil Nklii
Dlsenaea, Liver t’oniplnint.
Indigestion, Piles, I'ulmo-
nnry, Dlsenses, Scrofu-
In.or King’s Kvll,
Hurley's Harsaparilla i
fy daughter ha* been aillict'Hl with skin diaease
sturuMs of the joints lor several year*. I em
ployed the principal physicians of the city and they
could uot cure her. 1 gave her your Harsapartlla uol
expecting it would do much good, but to my great as
tonishment she rapidly got well, and thank God con
tinues so. Had she been taking any mediclue I would
not give this oertofioato; but your Harsaparilla, the
only remedy employed, leaves no doubt ot its medi
cal qualities, aud that it alone cured her.
(Signed.) LUKE REYNOLDS.
Any person requiring the truth and honesty of the
atatemeiit, will find x
i.l Walnut streets, Lou
POPULAR WORM CANDY.
i remedies known to me. with but partial aiircess
' my children. I was a.Uisr<| to try T. A. Hurley
i<l since using it uay children have become quite
ell and healthy. Ths childreu would eat It all the
v Hie, June 13. I MM.
A Good Reason Tor tlie <'apfninV
BEAD THE CAPTAIN'8 LETTER AND THE LETTER
PROM Ulfl MOTHER.
Bjewtox Bxiuurx'ii, Mo., April 30. I860.
Da. John lluu—Dear Mr: Knowing the efficiency
of your Harsaparilla and tho healing aud beneficial
qualities It possesses, I *eud you the following state
ment of my case:
I waa wounded two years ago—was taken prisoner,
and conflued for sixteen months. Bring move,! so of
ten, my wounds have not healed yet. 1 have uot sit up
a moment sines 1 waa wounded. 1 am shot through
ths hips. My geuetal health Is impaired, ami I need
something to assist nature. 1 have more faith in yonr
Harsapaniia than in anything else. I wish that that Is
genuine. Plaaae express mo half a dozen bottles, and
oblige, Capt C. P. JOHNSON,
Ht. Louis, Mo.
F. 8.—The following waa written April HO, 186a. by
Mrs. Jennie Johnson, mother of Captain Johnson:
Da. Bull—Dear 81 r: My husband, Dr. O. H. John*
m, was a skillful surgeon and physician in Centra]
New York, where he died leaving the above C. P. John
son to mv care. At thirteen years of age, he had a
chronic dlarrhma and scrofula, for which 1 gavo him
your Harsaparilla. It cubed him. I have
for ten veara recommended it to many in New
York, Ohio and Jowa, for scrofula, fever •
ami general debility. perfect anooesa Waa _
tended it. The sores affected in some cases of
scrofula aud fever sores were almost miraculous. I am
vary anxious for tn> son to again have recourse to your
HarsapartIU. He is fearful of getting a spurious article,
hence his writing to you for it. Ilia wonuda war# ter
rible, nut I believe bo will recover.
Respectfully, JENNIE JOlfNHON.
There are no hitlers Unit
in removing these distressing com;
or cau bo had at any drug ‘ ‘ “
motor irith the*
ipUints. For salt
In the United Htates.
•IAME.S RUDDLE A CO.,
Proprietors, Louisville, Ky.
heard liorlav * Ritters highly spoken _
bottle, with little faith in it before I commenced, and
to my aurprlac’and joy, before l finished one bottle.
I felt a great deal butter and firmly believe that one or
occsaioua it waa the means ol 'saving and prolong-
AND COLOR WOKKM,
“O^ODIHJTfl of Otto ssUbUahuM->4 guaranteed equal
I to quality to Um baet Misaft,^lartsl In Um com*-
Cf. Pweetaby W. A. LAN»t>W,t.
to the toataaf Osorwia, titor - *
pleeee- VUrMeffft *
to lanrato—< v
toflie inlrn eele MICWAIL O'lUlU,
AUoree^et Lew, 8flth Ward JUet Pittsburgh, l»a
HAMALAON Nil KM I FT HAILfi.
O H ths fieri Tuesday tu Aegwri east, will be •old b*
flnw toe Oewt Howes flffor to Um town of Itoctufi
•to Ot., wttoto toe fafffa faetuff of eels, tos fottewtog
ssld leads In the far.
e haring any lends for Mis
SOIL’S CEDBOO BiTTEBS
.inK.uxt, iitumit ntn.ii,
Tmtlmnii)- ul Nnllrjil Mi-ii.
Hrit.iev I'oidt, Whlu (Vi . Art., M«, 2,1, |MM
til.m alw.y, lo uk fill
uo other. You can u*<
will benefit others. Y
Louisville, Ky., Dim
JOHN W. DIXHON.
y years by many of tha mu
ul physicians of Georgia,
peat that DU. J. It RADI
by Wornou only.
A trial la all wa ask.
Prepared aud sold In any quautity by
Hrice $1 50 per Bottle.
fl9> Sold by Druggists generally.
Atlaxta, Ga., December 39,1B68.
Dr. J. BBAnriKLD. Dear 81r: I take pleasure in
stating that aome time previous to the late war. I used,
with the utmoat success, on a servant girl, your FE
MALE REGULATOR, prepared then at Rradfleid’s
Drug Btote, West Point, Ga. She had been suffering
severely from aui * ‘
Idne aoou reatprt
In-law, Professor Rutherford, of Athens, Gn This
I think, been diseased for six years.—
use servant, and seemed cured up to the
JNO. C. WHITNEB.
STATE OF GEORGIA, Tnoui* OoPXTT.
This is to certify that I have examined the receipt
of Dr. Joseph Bradfleld, of this county, and aa a med
ical man pronounce it to be a combination qI Medi
cines of great merit in the treatment of all the diseases
Sects of your Fornale Regulator In this neighbor
WM. H. FINCHES.
in my family, your Female Regulator, and have in _
ery case, mot with complete success. G. L. DAVIH.
I also prepare and have for aslo a YF
squal to the best, and for much leas j
I also prepare a LIQUID BLUING, n
oy of the heat housekeepers in the city, amt prt
nounccd by them to be very superior.
L. H. HUADKIEL]),
I)r«ifficitot, Atliinta, Git.
Hole Agent for GeO. M, Hay's
UNITED STATES LAWS.
Fund at Ike HmmA Station ut tb* For-
flootaa. to flu Ml vaoenolea
whieh have occurred or may hereafter occur therein.
Approved, April IP, 1809.
. ^ 11 kkn **e House of Represen
tatives of tha United Itetae of America In Uougreae as-
sutnbtad. Thai tha sot of the legislature of theTerrilo-
ry of N»w Mexico, of February third. dgLteeu hundred
aodaUty-nlne. and all othar Uwa and parta of laws of
aaid tagtaiature iinpoatog a capitation tax on bovlue
cettia introduced into tha said Territory from other
Territories orbtetae, or the Republic of Mexico, bo,
and the aamo era hereby, disapproved aud repealed.
Approved, April ]0, 1869.
An act to aiueml the Judlolal ayatoin of the United
He H enacted by the Banate end Hotiao of Uepreeeu-
tatlvee of the UuIUmI Ktatea of America in Uougreaa sa
sh all conatituto a quorum; and for Uie purposes of this
- there shall bo appointed an additional associate
pointed . w _
and sliall irmmkwi the same power and JnrladioUon
therein u tbeiuaUce of tha Supreme Court allotted to
the circuit The circuit courts lu each circuit ■Mil L.i
held by the justice of the Supreme Court allotted U>
tna circuit, or by the olrc.ilt judge of the circuit, or by
tho district judge of tha district sitting alone, or by
tha Justice of tha Supreme Court aud circuit lodge sit
ting together, in which case the Justice of the Supreme
Court shall preside, or in the absence of either of
them by the other, who shall preside, and the district
judge. Andaueh 4’.rta may be held at the same
time In the different districts of the same circuits, and
caeoe may be heard and tried by each of the judges
holding any such oourt sitting apart by direction of
the presiding justice or judge, who shall deaiguate tha
business to be done by each. The circuit Judges shall
each reoeive an annual salary of five thousand dollars.
Sac. 3. And be It further enacted, That nothing in
this act shall affect ths powers of the J Dittoes of the
Supreme Court ea Judges of tho circuit court, except
in tho appointment of clerks of the circuit courts, who
In each circuit shall be appointed by the circuit Judge
of that circuit, end the clerks of the district oourts
ehatl bo appointed by the judges thereof respeotivslv:
Provided, Tint the present clerks of said oourts ahsll
continue tu office till other appointments bo made in
their piece, or they be otherwise removed.
Btc. 4. And be it further enacted. That It shall be
the duty of the Chief Justice and of each Justice of the
Supreme Court to sttond st least one term of tho cir
cuit court in each district of his circuit during every
period of two yeses.
Use. 6. And be it farther enacted, That any Judge of
any oonrt of the United States, who, having held his
commission as such at least ten yean, shall, after hav-
lng attained to the age of seventy years, resign bis of
fice, shall theroafler, during the residue of Li# natu
ral life, receive the same salary which waa by law pay
able to him at the time of him resignation.
8ec. C. And be it further enacted. That this act shall
take effect on the first Mondsy In December, eighteen
hundred and sixty-nine.
Approved, April il), 1869.
BSfa MW' | ijswwWQ«lM« W»*w tmn-
Be it enacted by tha Senate aud Houao of Represen
tatives of the United Htatos of America in Congress
assembled. That in the District of Columbia the right
of any married woman to auy property, personal
real, belonging to her at tho time of uarrlago, or
qulred during marriag in any other w»y than by gilt
or conveyance from her husband, shall be as sbaoh
ss it she were femme sole, snd shall not bo subject
the disposal of her husband, nor be liable lor 1
debts; but such married woman uisy convey, devise,
aud bequeath the same, or auy Interest therein,
thessme manner and with like effect as if she w<
i may _
uarno, in all matters having relation to her sole and
separate property in the came manner as if she were
uninarriod; but neither her huaband nor his property
bound by soy such contract nor liable for any
. ( t i a 1 recovery against her in any suit, but Judgment may
.Sure Cure for Inteinpcrnncc. enforced by execution against her sole and separate
um 1 ..i-imII v >»<« m U.O “0.0 oi.nu.-r u It .hr w,-ro tulc.
DR. 0. S. PROPHITT’S
Approved, April 10,1869.
* to the State ol
v certain grants of land to the State of
Uuited Htates of America, in Congress
That ho much of tho grant of lands made
of Alabama by thu act of Congress, ap
CONSISTING OF HIS CELRRATED
LIVEK M K 1) I C I JN E,
Anudtnr Paiu Kill It,
State lino, lu a direction to tho Mobile and Ohio rail
road, with a view to connect with tho said Mobile aud
Ohio railroad,’’and “from Gadsden to connect with
the Georgia and Tennessee and Tennessee line of rail
roads through Chattooga. Will*, *ud,UJPkPUl.YMl'V5»u'.’
dltiona and restrictions contained in the sot referred
*' ict to tho further limitations that if either
railroads is not completed within three
] years from tho paassgo of this act, no further sale
| uhail bo made for the benefit of auch railroad, aud tha
; lands unsold shall revert to tho United Btates: Provi-
j tied. That tho lands granted by the act hereby revived,
except mineral lands, shall be sold to actual settlers
ucrel lands, shall be sold
quantities not greater than one-quarter section I
--| purchaser, and for a price uot exceeding
two dollars'and fifty-ccnta per
iPusrnleri/ Coreliat* I t male Tonic HEC - 2. And be it further enacted, Thai the right,
’ power and authority is hereby given to tho companies
building the aforesaid railroads to take from tho pub
lic lands adjacent to tho lines of aaid railroads earth,
stone and other materials for the construction there
of; and the right of way is hereby granted to tho ex-
tent of ono hundred feet in width on each side of said
railroads whore they mry pass over tho public, lands,
a connected I
1 at any ono station.
J Approved April 10, 18G9.
1HK excellent remedies of O. 8. Prophitt, M. D-. I
An act concerning the Attorney General.
reputation fu Georgia and the adjoining Htates. As the
majority of persons living in theHouth are predisposed j r 0 r enacted by the 8enato aud House of Ropreaeu-
to disease of the Liver, it is granted by ail intelligent fattves of the United Htates of America in Congress as-
physicians that moat of tbo pains and acheaof oar peo- somWnd, That so ranch of tho “Act making approprin-
-■«-re due to organic or functional dorangomeut of | Uou , for tho legislative, executive, and Judicial ox-
mportaut organ. Prophitt a Idver Medicine and penaes of the government for the year ending the thlr-
iilltoiia Pills strike directly at the root of tho evil, noth of Jane, eighteen hundred aud aeventy,” as ro-
r c ^?, tho £!**• !£ icl * ln 'i ne ***** °° / t , °w tc “’ ( I*'*'* the second section of tho act of August second,
at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyaoepato Colic. Hick eighteen hundred aud aixty-one, entitied “An
Headache, Rheumatism. Gonstipatfon, Menstrual Ob- corning tbe Attorney Gcnerel aud the attorn-
structionx, etc., so common among our peoph
ache, Toothache, Acute Rboumatiam, Noi
and bodily pains ol every kind floe before
Hffalff FrtoWafasti *.
Mr aon in law who waa with me In Ui« afore. .
baen flow* with rhaunseUara for aome time, c«inmau«>
*H » n toa Nlltrrs. asto soon imusd his gatmr*l hts‘
or. Gist, who has hoati In bad health, tried tin m
ha also Improved.
Dr. (!oRr«, who has been In bad heatili for s« »i
y«-ar* atomarh and llvar aff.w te.1 he Improved v
surn-h tiv tha naa of your BlUera. Indeed, the Omlmu
fatten baa given you front popularity In this aattfa.
■“*•)» 1 think I oomU nail a greet quantity of your
faronnaa thfa fag. aa|wc)ai;y of yonr tfadron Hittar-
Mdjfafaa^iiu. md|> ns* via. Matnplila, rare Ulrkatt
o. b. WAMun.
AU III. «l»*. mnnil., for Ml. b/
L. H. BRADFIELD,
WWjTKMAU, HTBEBT, STUNTS, US
NOTICE TO MOTHERS.
INFANT SOOTHING SYRUP.
Ua« lu the future only HEAUlUKfK'H, a comblnatio
quite up witli the advancement of the age. pleasant t
tako, harmless In Its action, efficient aud reliable in a:
Invaluable lu the following disaaan:
Gives health to tho child and rest to iSt taolhrr
NsMiviM.it, Tkmn., Feb. 12,1858.
Jan. Kiid.ll" k Oh., LnuiariUe, Ky. Whan living in
your city I uaadaavnral bottles of Dr. Senbrook n In
fant Soothing Hjrnip, and found U to «lo ’ny child more
goml aud it would real batter after using It tlun any
other remedy I ever triad. I ejwi nay with confidence,
it in the iH**t medicine for n t known.
I wish you Would gat tlie drugglstii bofo to keep it. If
any one <(«•«, pfahae fet me know; I! not semi me
one doeen by axpre**. and I will |«y for It at Um office
h'-re. Writ* wa when you send it, and oblige
MttH. HAEAfl L. RAMHiLPH.
Elixir of Pyrophospliate of Irou and
This elegant combination |>oaeesaea all tha Tnmo
propartiaa of Peruvtau dark and Iron, without the dia-
agrceble Uata and ImlI affects of elthar, separately or
In olbar preparations, of these valnabla mndinluea.
It should Ini taken in all eaaea when a gentle tonic l .,
preaaioN Is retfuirnd after cotiVSlaroonce from rave .
or debilitating diseases, or In tboaa distressing Irregu
tart I Ins |MH-ullar to famalea. No female should In. with!
eut it, if liable to such diseases, for nothing can
Jamos Ruddle & Co.,
Oiboinforif .Vo. -n, MlifUfI Sirrrl
AU U»a above goods for aata by HKD Will* 4 FOX.
IMS- Ar,AN ' rA * Vt^Uu, r
Propliitt’fl Pain Kill If
like chaff before the wind.
If you have Indigestion or DyapopMla in auy form, or
auy othol chronic diseases, use
Prophitt’s Liver Medicine.
It is safe and reliablo; pure Vegetable, and a liquid
ready for uaa at any and all times. Price $2 a iHittle—
33 1-3 per cent, discount by the dozen bottles or more.
If you got snake bit, uto
PUOPIIITT’8 PAIN KILL IT.
joining tbe Attorney General aud the attorneys and
E*r. marshals of tho several districts,” be, aud the same is
“tata. lioreby, rem-aled; aud aaid aecticn is hereby declared
to lie in full force; and R shall be the duty of the At
torney General to report at tho commencement of tho
next session of Congress, aud to each succeeding so*,
cion, tho names of all tho persons rmploynod for the
apply the PAIN KILL IT.
Anti-Billious Vegetable Tills,
I'ui’ISiiUve untl Kelirifum-,
1 A. ul-1)1.or .11 kind..
UK. O. 8. PHOPUn-T’8
VKOKTAIII.K AUtIB 1‘IM.S,
A safe and.rortaln remedy for Ague and Fever. Chills
and Fever, and alt kunls of Periodical IhMsatm, aud ts
safe and reliable for all to take at any time.
COMPOUID BYSEITERY CORDIAL.
A safe am! goniiino remedy for all kinds of Bowel Pis.
eases, Dyseuteriea, IHatrluna, IIUmmI/ Flux, &c
may he given to ail sizes, egos aud sores, and a
liman, with perfect safety, where I hero In anythin
that claaa indicated.
Approved, April 10, IRttO.
An sat making >f*fl*Ms an afprewgtiflnfl Mretoforo
mado tor flrxlktre for tha FrwOMttal MinMow-
Be II onactsd bt tha Bawfaa mfl Botifa of Bapreum-
tatives of tha Unftsd Btataa of Awaria* In Cougri m aa-
Mwhlafl, That tha sam of i wanly-fire lho«azi« dolfaro,
approfstattoaa for aoaflnr drii axpaaaas of tha gov-
sruioMt lor tha jaar adding Jus thirtieth, atahtaan
bondrofl and aavanty. and for other purposes,” for tha
porpoaa of “refnrnlahiug tha FreaOaaPs Hottaa," fa
hare by made avallabla for aaah uurpoaa, without. In
say event. Increasing tba amount of stiff approprls-
An sot to establish oartala post roads.
Be it enacted by tho He net* and House of Uapraaett-
' a HUtea of America in Oougr eaa aa-
. Oamp (
and Oauip McDowell, to Wlohanburg.
From Nawbaru to Cottage Hill.
From CUebanse to EidridgevJUe.
From Hhelbyrille, via Todd's Point snd Prairie
House, to Moawequa.
From Fairfield, via BpriugerviUe and Knltaid. to
Sacra wan to.
Krow Maredoala to ltaardatown.
From Carriu, via Roland and Elba, to Equality.
From Fairfield to Flora
From Louiavllla, via Xenia, Keenviile, aud Long
Prairie, to McLeanaboro.
From Maaon, via Flamsburg, Winlerrowd, aud Gib
son's store, to Newton.
From Moore’s Prairie uoatoffico, via Spring (Jatden,
DarMVllle, aud lVililamsburg, to Aahloy.
From Jerome to West Liberty.
From Washington te North English.
From Tallyrand to South English.
From Spring (told to Victor.
From Belle Plain to Waterloo.
From Moulton to CeutrevUla,
From Norwood, In Emmet couuty, via Antrim City,
From Hubbardaton, (onlaeounty, to Alma, Gratiot
From Lake City, via PelL Forest Mound, Elgin, and
iota, to I
> Fort Scott.
From Neosho to Seneca.
From Wheeling to Alpha.
From Carthago to Sarooxie.
From Neosho to BentonviUe.
From Bosco, via Htockton, Dadeville, Oroenfiald,
King’s Point, Mount Vernon, Marionaviiio, and Gale
na, to Berryrlllo, In Arkansas.
From Marshfield to Dallaa.
From Pryor’s Htore to Gainesville.
From BtewartsviUe to King’s City.
From Boyd to Hand Springs.
From Watson to Peru, in Nebraska.
From Competition to Ptato.
From Queen City to Unionvillo.
From CbUlioothe, via Alpha and Lindley, to Winter-
From Iron Mountain, via
From Lebanon to Mountain Grove.
From Balmont, via Hot Creek, Silver Springs, and
From Argouta to Anatiu.
From Twin River, via Silver Peak, to Palmetto.
From Palmetto, intersecting tho Aurora aud Hllvor
Peak route iu Fish Lake Valiev.
From Austin, via Hamilton and Treasure City, to
From Beatrice, Gage county, Nebraska, via Caroline
and Cub Crock, to Falrbury, Jcffentou county, Ne
From Liu wood to Coiiimbua.
From Ashland to Columbn*.
From Falla City, via Arsgo, t
Craig Station, Mia-
Froin Susan City, via Bicoville, to Wells’ Mills.
From Ralem to Jerusalem.
From LeakesvlUe to Penn’s Store, in Virginia.
From Jonesboro, via Harrington, Norvell, and Hi:
morvillo, to Ilarnell Court House.
From Somerset to Lancaster.
From New Holland to Pancoastburg.
From Marion, via Maple Grove, to Middletown.
From North Liberty to Benlonvillo.
From Lancaster to Somerset.
From Corsica to Steam Comers.
From Elmore to Diowittvilh*.
From Marietta to Cow Bun.
From LcwUviUe to Elk City.
«4S-w Warn*; iiKfii
Centre Mills, in Ceutro
From Geuesf, in potter couuty, Pennsylvania, by
way or West Brigham and Brigham Centre, to Ulys
ses, In Potter county.
From Binlthport, via Aunln, to Port Allegheny.
From Bowman’s Creek to Tnnkhannock.
From Troy, via Webler’s Mills, to Lyon's Mills.
From Sari well, via Port Allegheny and White’s Sum-
7"fed ’IfaTHsouvjlle, 'u
im Money, via Wolf Run, Huntersville, Bar
bour’s Mills, Plunkett's Creek, aud Elk Cieek, to El-
From Mapletou, Huntingdon county, via Usrrts Val
ley, Saltillo, UsHcotteviUe.
From BounettavlUe, via Parnassus. Browns
Selkirk, to Clio.
From Waynesboro’ to Boyd’s Landing.
From Mouut Pleasant, via Laughing Water, to Ash
From Waynesboro’ to Chiton.
From Linden to Waynesboro'.
From Marshfield, via Hookcrarille, to Esst Cabot.
From Rockbridge, vta Ghotnley's Milts aud John
. oo Ik.' pirt ot UMI ra^tkl.
"STttMtn. h. Utwnra iku i.mnw. * Onat,
Jk!». In <8* )Mf ot out lore out
dr»! 0/4 WHr nUl. cat H Om
Kull-d M.U-. tL. Dlo.t/.totirtl).
Hy the rraMeat of tke l/iilted SUIm of
Whereas an additional article to tha oonvaoUou for
tba aarrunder of criminals, brtwaan the Dnltad State*
and Hta Majaaty the King of Italy,
i Majesty _ _ .
signed by their raapaettva plenlpoti nttarfes at W I
l ng ton, on the Slat day of /an nary, stab Uaa hundred
and alxly-ulne. which additional article l►ring In the
English and Italian language*, is word for word aa fol-
salaried, to tha detriment of their employers, whan
these crime* are anhjact to infamoma puafahmeat aa-
oording to tha taws of tha Uni tod HUtea, and criminal
punishment aceordlng to tha taws of Italy.
In witoaaa whereof tha respective plenipotentiaries
have signed tha present article in duplicate, and ‘
affixed tilarato tha seal of their arms.
ware exchanged at Washington on the 7th instant :
Now, therefore, be it known that I. U. 8. Grant. Free
blent of the United IMataa of Amertoa, have caused the
hsU additional aiticla to bo mad* public, to the and
that tha Mine, and every clause and article thereof,
may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by tbe
United States and She citizens thereof.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand,
sod caused the seal of the United States to he affixed.
Done at the city of Waablngton this eleventh day of
May. in the yearof our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and •ixty-nlna, and of tha Independence „f u
Uuited States of America the ninety-third,
janaf-l 0- *- Grout.
By the president;
Bj the l'r<wl(le!it of the- Unllt-i] SUO* of
Wax&KAjt. A convention between tho United States
of America and the republic of pern, providing fc
adjuatmtutof claims of citizens of either coi
against the other, waa concluded and signed by
respective plenipotentiaries at the city of Lima, o
fourth day of Decamber, in the year of oar Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-fight, which con
vention, being in the Knglisb and Spanish languages.
the algnatare of the decialona ol tbe mixed coin-mia-
aion which met in Lima in July, 1863, been made
the government of the United States of America, by
by citizens of Peru, and have been made by dtizena of
the Untied States of America on tha government of
Peru, aud whereas aome of auch claims are atilt pend
and equitable settlement of ell each claims will
tribute much to the maintenance of the friendly feel
ings which subsist between tho two countries, have
poteutiaries to coufer and agree thereupon, that ia to
tlary of t*e Uuited States of America near ihe govern-
u.eutof Peru, and the President of Peru names ht*
excellency Doctor Don Jose Antonio Barrenechea,
era. feuud lo good and true form, have agreed aa fol
The high contracting parties agree that all claim*
the part of corporations, companies, or private indi
viduals, citizens of the United States, upon thegovern-
mentofPern, and all claims on the part of corpora
tions, coinpamca, or private individuals, citizens of
Peru, upon tho government of the United HUtea, which
may have been praaeuted to elthor government for its
interposition since tbe sittings of tho said mixed com
mission, aud which remrln yet unaettled, aa well aa
any other claims which may be presented within the
time specified in Article HI hereinafter, aha)) be
ferred to the two commissioner*, who shall bo ap
point* I in the following roauner, that ia to aay: Oue
commissioner snail bo named by the President of the
Uuited States, and one by the Ptesldent of Pern,
case of the death, absence, or incapacity of either
conuniaatonor, or in the event of either commieslouer
omitting or ceasing to act aa euch, the President of
the United States or the President of Pern, respective
ly, shall forthwith name another person to act a* com
mtisioner In the place or atead of the commissioner
unity miles of aaid road.
togvthar aa a full preparation, aa vra see lu
*~ iy have given perfect satisfaction in lay |i
tart twenty years, lu all him that they *
1 (Or. The Pills may ba Uk»i
iu the Itlils
witli the Llvar M•••Irina, without the Tonic, when
there la auy indication for them, auch aa Hliortncaa o.
Breath, Hwalling of lb* Feat or Faoe, or a Pale, Weak
rate of the Utoud, or • Ftahby slate of the Miuclce, as
generally follow Paver and Chills and Fever.
AU of the above Medicines sold by Druggist* and
Merchants generally throughout tke Southwest.
W. A. iauiadoll, Itodwtne k Fox. Curtis A Lloyd,
Pemhertou. Wilson. Taylor 4 Co., Atlanta. Ga.
Prepared calf by DR. 0. V. FBOPMITT.
AU tha above reined fee for sal* by
L. H. BRADFIELD,
R® U enacted by tho Scuato and House, of Rep
tatlvee of the Untied Htatiis of America in Congress a*,
sonihlod, That an act approvod July twouty-eight,
eighteen hundred aud alxty-au, entitled “An act to re
vive and extend the provlsiona of •‘An act granting
tho right of way and making a grant of land to the
Htates of Arkanaae and Miaeoarl, to aid in the oon-
fttmctlnn of a railroad front a point on the MlaelMlppi
river, opposite tho mouth of tho Ohio river, via Little
Rock, to the Texas boundary uoar Fulton In Arkau
aaa, with broncho* to Fort Hinith and tho Miasiasipp
rui . ....
> the Little Rook and Fort Hinith
Railroad Company, tor hnilding tho first aectlon of
twenty mile* provided for In tho aooond acction of
mid act, for Um term of three years from the thir
teenth day of M«y, eighteen hundred aud sixty -sevon.
eighteen hundred and sixty-six.
Be It me' ted by the Honxto and lioneo of Repreaen
tatlvee of the Uultod Htatre of America In Congress as
sembled. That aoetlon alx of an act entitled “An act
granting lamia to aid In the construction of a railroad
and telegraph line from the Central Pacific Railroad. In
tkllfornla, to Portland, in Oregon,” approved July
Iwanty-fWe, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, be, and
the same la hereby, amended so as to allow
any railroad rompany heretofore designated by the
legislature of the State of Oregon, In accordance with
e of Oregon, I
S flast aectlou of said act, to file Its l ....
• • i the Department of Uia Interior within <
>nl to such
n one year
from the date of the passage of this act; and such fil
ing of Ita assent, ii done within one year from U»o pas
sage hereof, ahall have the same force and effect lo all
tuteuta and purposes as if aach asaant had been filed
Within on* yoar after tbe passage of aaid act: Provided,
Tltat nothing hereto shall tm)wdr any rights hereto-
fffamwi—‘rad by any railroad company uaidor ‘ ‘ ‘
this amendment he
» construed to
MTREET, ATLANTA OBOlRJIA.
s<-»|Uired hy any railroad
shall aaid act or this etnat
entitle more than otta eontpany to a grant of land! And
provided further, 1 hat the lands urautad hy tha a<'t
aforaMhl sliall ba sold to actual settlors only, la quan
tities not greater than one quarter section to one pur
chaser. and for a pries not exceeding two dollars and
fifty oenta par sore.
Approved, April Ift,
in act to diaooaUano fault flta. Maria aa a port of en
try In tha Huporlor district, and to aaUhltah Mar
quette In lieu thereof.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND FRANCS
CONCERNING TRADE MARKS.
Ii) Hip l’lTsiiU nt of tho United Hinton of
another person to act as com-
JC pia.-e or atead of tha commissioner
already named. The commissioners so named shall
meet at Lima at their earliest convenience after they
have bean respectively named, uot to exceed three
months from the rsttiicatiou of this convention, and
Daily ar-’ #-n- ■- - -- • ■
fear, favor, o
•nch claims a ■
tbe governments of the United States and Peril, re-
•pectlvcly. aiid anch declarations shall be entered on
the record of the commission.
The commissioners shall then, aud before proceed
ing to other business, name some third person of some
third nation to act aa an arbitrator or umpire la a
cast s on which they may themselves differ
opinion. If they should not be able to agree upon the
—jof auch third person, they shall each name a
person of a third nation, and In each and every case In
which the commissioners may differ in opinion aa tc
the decision which they ought to givo, it ahsll be dr
tonnlned by lot which ot the two persona so named
ahall bo tha arbitrator or umpire la that particular
os ao to be chosen to be ar
bitrator or umpire ahsll, before proceeding to act aa
auch tu any cause, make and subscribe a solemn decla
ration in a form simitar to that which shaU have al
ready bevu nude and anbacribed by the commission-
era, which shall be entered upon the record* of their
proceedings. In the event of the death, absence, or
incapacity of auch person or persona, or of his or
their omitting, or declining, or oeasing to act aa such
arbitrator or umpire, another and different person
shall be named a* aforesaid to act aa auch arbitrator
umpire In the place and stead oi the |>arson
the investigation ol the ctalma which ahall ba present
ed to their notice. They shall investigate and dacidc
upon auch ctalma in such order and in auch *u*noer
aa they may conjointly think proper, but
evidence or informatiou aa shall ba furnish'
bobxH of their respective governments. They shall
Dorn lo Lima, tha fourth flay a#
y#ar of oor Lord one thousand ? *•
faxty-aUJH. ^ ■■Maafl and
luUtUmooiwhorool I horo , __
•ulMMdlk.aBlartJwUMMIIHM to UoimZ
'Brandreth’s > not ‘AyarV-not >Wrfa..
ISSIUT llllif Pill
t tba ptaoaaf all alheia; ayma
«•*•*> Md of astaaoaflCfa
•Which fa bound
ly vegetable FlUl
efficacy for Coati' __
aches, Nervous Debility,
Positively tha b
Thousands of Boxsa n _
All DTOgflMt III kTLXtni toll Uim.
-Tltot U>«gh will kill TOO,"
Try “CoourV’Cooch It.m.o.
-Colds and Iluareaaisaa lead to death" J
Try »rt;«stnr**” < angh Hrnstdr
“For Croupa—Whooping Oonglui, he.,’ 7
Try **Cwstnar*.*» tM|k Urns eg.,
“Costar anya It fa tba bast to tb* wtd* world—nfa u
He aaya ao—U’a Trns—It’aTr •—It's Tres; and W*
MCostnr**” Hat, Kaaeh^e., Kxtarmlaatara.
“Coatnr’s” Med ling KxUrmlaators.
**Coat»r*a” (only pure) Insect Powdrr.
‘•Ooktab,’’ No 10, Crosby at, N. Y,
Or Joun t. U«sY (8uocesaor to)
Dsium Barns* It Go., 21 Park Row, *. Y.
ffifFor Sals by J. A. TAYLOR. L. H. BRADFIKLU
and othar Druggists In
ATLANTA, il l.
KEDWINZ A FOX, agents, Atlanta, Ga.
B TOT KPKTDT CCTU 0T
Intermittent Ferer, or Fewer and A|n,
Ucmlttcnt Fewer, Cfalll Fever, Daak
Agnr, Ferioflleal Hendacfae, nr Blltsm
lag In blllaary (Israagemrat, canard by
tbe Malaria of mtmsanatle eonntrles.
uo harm can arise from li
That which protects from or prevents this disorJw
must bo of immense service in tha comma'
where it prevails. Invention la better than son
the patient escapes the itak which be most run in vis-
lent attacks of this baleful distemper. This “C'cxi"
exiiels the miasmatic poison of fim end Aour (roa
tho system and prevents tbe development of the dis
ease, if taken on tita tint approach of Its pranoniusy
symptoms. St Is art only tha beat remedy ever j«
discovered for this class of complaints, but also tbs
cheapest. Tbe targe quantity we supply for s doU**
brings it within tbs reach of everybody: and in billos*
district*, where From and Ague prevails, everjbetj
should have it snd nse it freely both for care snd pru
teetton. It ia hoped this price will place it within tfa
reach of all—the poor as wallas the rich. A great m-
periortiy of this remedy over any other ever >'
era! for the speedy an.l certain euro of :
fa, that it contains no Quinine or mineral, c
ly It produces uo quutsm or other injurious « I
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured by u
are left a* healthy as if they had never had the dime
Fever and Ague ia not alone the consequence of tb
miasmatic potaon. A great variety of disorder* wto
from Ita Irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Hfecs-
uiatUiu, Gout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, tor
se he, Catarrh. Asthma, Italpitation, Painful Affectios
of tha 8plc«n, Hysterica^ l^rin in the Bowel*. Oth,
which, when originating in this cauae, put on the ia-
termittent type, or become periodical. This «Ccar*
expel* ths poison from the blood, and eonsreneolh
cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrant* and persons traveling or temporarily re
g| Hf nsstarious districts. If taken occasmoal-
ilo exposed to the infection, that will be
- the system, and cannot accumulate is
sufficient quautity to ripen into disewse. Hence Ii k
even more valuable for protection than cure, and few
will ever suffer from Intermittent*, it they avail them
selves of the protection this remedy afford*.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.,
Hold by Red wine A Fox, J. 8. Willson, and all Uts
Druggists In Mscon. Also, by all Druggists snd Deal-
ffi everywhere. jyl-deodAw-ani
siding in the mala
Iy or daily while e
excreted from the
work, in light
JAMES C. BAND A OO.
Whkhkah, A convention between the United Htatos
of America and bis Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of
the French, waa concluded and signed by their
.n, being iu .
follows languages, is word for word
The Uuited Htates of America and his Majesty the
Emperor of the French, duelling to soctire tit their re-
spcctlvn territories e guarantee «f property in trade
marks, have rsenlvcd to oonoluds s special oon von
Uou fur thla punHNte, au<1 have named as their t.leui-
potentiarias: the Prealtlent of tbo Uultol States, llstu-
llto" FfalL flaorotory of Ntato. ami his Majrety the
Emperor of tha French. J. Borthoaiy, Oonuusmlrr of
the luipartai tinier of tiio Legiou of Honor, Ac., Ac
Ao., accredited aa hla envoy extraordinary and minis'
ter plouljvofentirry to the United Htates; ami tho aaid
^leutpotonUariea. after an examination of thoir
Every reproduction in on* of Uie two countries of
trade marks aft!zedlu the other to cortaiu merehan-
P rov ® »»■ op1«I» *»»ff quality, la forbidden, ami
» Hive ground for an action for dimages In favor of
Injured party, to be proaocuted lu tho oourts *f
Uieoouulry in which the txmmerfell shall i»o proven.
N»«t ths ptaiutlff were a subject or cltiacu of that
The cxclitalva right to use • trod* tnsik for the ben
efit of oltiaeus of tho Uuited Mutes tu Frouoe, or of
Freurii aubjscts in the tarrltonr ut tiie Uni to. I HUtea,
osunot sxtat ftir s longer period than that fixed by tho
taw of ths oonntry for tie own clltzena.
If the trod* mark has become public property I..
country of its origin, It slisll bo equally free to all In
Uia otbor country.
bs bound to receive and peruse ail written docuimnts
or statements which may be presented to them by or
on behalf of their respective govrrumsnts, in support
ol. or in answer to any claim, aud to hear, if required,
ono person on each aide on betuuf of each government
»a counselor agept for such government, ou esch snd
every separate claim. Should they fail to agree In
opinion on any individual etaiui, they shall jail to
their assistance the arbitrator or umpire whom they
have agreed to neine, or who may be determined by
lot, ss the ues* may bo, snd such arbitrator or umpire,
after having examined the evidence adduced for snd
against ths claim, snd after having beard, as required,
oue person on each side, as aforesaid, and consulted
with the commissioners, shall decide thereupon final
ly and without appeal. The decision of tha com ml s-
aioueni and of tho arbitrator or umpire ahsll be given
upon each claim iu writing, and ahall be signed bv
them respectively. It shall be competent 7*r each
government to name on* nareao to attend the com
missioner* aa agent on its behalf, and to answer claims
made upon U. end lo represent it generally in all mat
ter* connected with the investigation aud decision
Tha President of tha United States, aud the Presi
dent of Pern, litre by solemnly and sincerely engage t«
consider ths decision of tho coumilstloners conjointly
or of the arbitrator or umptre, at tha case may be, si
altoointoly final and condustv* unou each claim dertd
ad upon them or htiu, rrenectlvely, snd to give full ef
foot to such decisions, without any objections, eva
■Ion. or ileisy whatsoever. It is agreed that no claim
arising out of any trsnemilon of ■ ilste prior tc the
faith of November, 1SC3, shall bo admissible under this
Application for Kiemptlon.
. BORGIA, FULTON COUNTY. —Ordinsry’Offire •
T July 21*t, 1NJS».—Wm. Dongherty Hutchinsb**»p-
. ,—for exemption of personalty, snd setting apart «e.t
i.poa ■ n<Ml valuation ot bomesti>ad, snd I will pass upon the
" or on 10 o’clock a. ou 2d day of August. IMA si
Jj22-wft (IViutera fee#2 •> Ordinary.
shall t>o established
stoneri, or of toe arlutrator
the cuminiaffiouera differing fu oui
Ithcn In every such ran* the |wriod for prremUug the
claim mar be extended to any iterivul not exceeding
one mouth lunger.
‘ “hall be bound to examine snd
i within rix months from the
the eatisfecUon of the
. — umpire, In the event
the cominisatimers differing iu u^lnlou thereon, end
am ajvry ctai
ilr flret meeting.
Ms it enacted by the Manat* snd Hoiiss of Repreaen-
ttivea of the United Htates of America iu Ooagrea* as
siobfad. That 8a«lt Hto. Mart*, in tha dfatrirl of fa-
rl»e, la hareliy diacontinwad aa a part of entry, and
at tha port of entry for the district ba. and fa hare-
, eetabliahed at Marquette, at wkiek nlare tha art-
ifocqf the dtatrirt ahaUra^saad a diq-eiy soifae-
l»o. 9. And be It farfaer enacted. That all art* sad
other* ouutry, they must deposit duplicate ooplaa of
those marks la the Hatcat Office at Washington, end In
theUInrk'a Office of tho Tribunal of Oomineroe of Uio
Heine, St Farts.
The present srrongamsnt shall taka affect ninety
lays sftor ths exohange of retif.esUonf hy tha two
rovernrasnfa. and sliall continue in for«w for ten yrore
from this data.
In oeas neither or the two high ooutractiug imiUos
gives uotloe ollts lutfuUon to dtaoxuitimie This roa-
vention, twelve months before ita axptratton, it ahsll
remslu lu force oas year from the time that either of
ta* high contracting peril** announce* tfa dtecontinu.
• of this present arrangement shell
exchanged eA Washington, within fan months, «r
Um alilMnlk .1., or A,.,,!, i.
AU sums of money which may be awarded by tbe
rommlssionera, or hy Uie arbitrator or umpire, on ac
count of any defat, shell be paid by the one govern
mont to tha other, a* tho case may be, within four
months after the date of the decirton, wlthant inter
est, and without any deduction, a*v» aa apacifled in
Article VI, hereinafter.
The high contracting parti** agree to oonetdvr tha
wault rt Ute proceedings of thl* coramtaaton aa a fall,
lerfrct, and Anal eettlomant of every claim upou either
wnewer or not the seme may have been nrmmfal to
the notice of, aamto. preferred; or )*M badaro tha aaKI
oniumleaiouere, shall, frxwu and after Um aanafaalnn of
the proceedings of tke said
and 1 rested m finally settio
finally settled, barred, sod therefore ti
The aalarlaa of the coasmleatonera
torlt-nro ktmdrMI MU, u,nu Mm r»<> MU.
•Mh.JMrtJ. nu,UMMita Ml u)MW
oe umplr, U»ll b. ,MraM to MM mmImI.mm.
•M imltaHM dOMMlMUa IMMV Ho Mon Im
?u Uun ill MMkIMui I out
»U1 bo MM M Ol mooUt' MS!.
u.l uau »>■■■■■» ot O..M.IOH. Moll X tu
UOfo* b r , oMbUMU od Uo iwwl ot tto
•out iwM kqr tto hooMIoiii, oaooMM ot-
-V*tto,Mb4,0onUooMall Mt onooltto nuot
■nwioolaikiHoeiwM. n, MoihUo
<V. bo MMo! bj MM
only $6. shells, seeks, and er pare tea from forty to
sixty busbeta per day, with the tabor of ONI man.
Agents wanted tn every county. 8*tuples expreawd
on receipt of price. Address
WOTTEROW A TULKY,
mty14-w9mdlm Near Albany, lndtara
«K0. S. THOMAS,
A. 11 o r ii o v n.t Lmv
or Ottoo, Brood -t..Mot. Brroo', InUna
THOMAS G. SnOlsT Agent,
om.f u tho Obxhln, bb.ro <M «r. It. t,roo A CO.
M III TBH STEM IKIH £8.
Kiiciuo lot Uts, I'luors, IUU (otters. l>
rl«rht Ortlht, MarkittUbt' Tooht ot
4 UW). o.urobsluro sod mU ,«d wtO< lham-
J V nr of every ttenwimton, and Mattoaary end Fcvt-
sbie Engine, end Bottom, lfafant »0dretied faetttag.
Isoetiterand Rubber BeRfag, and all article* aeedfol
In machine or railroad repair ahapa.
M OksmWe at. Mew York.,
GEORGS PLACE, Freatdeat-
United States Mail Stage
ATLANTA TO DAHLONKCA l
UV» ATLANTA MONDAYS WRDNRflDATE end
r»UdaYfa a* T Cotoeh a- M. Efage office In Atau>
rt tke United Efafan Hefei, wkfak fa a tretiefase
Hv4eh l*reprtetore snd Cterk* always ready and willing
Tha prananl annvrtiMan ekafl ba cwllflad ky Mm Pres.
Wtaatrt the Ontfad Mafaa. by and wtlh tb* aanaant of
tba fanata tin mod, and by fan Fruldmt af Fare, wtik
st tke Mfage affi
Ufu Ksfafa * Oo*a store, on ftogreat^-
l will,akreart as am*;- r****~*£L fim .
(a Fsaaytit onrnrty. AAdrroa me •!<*»»**
raUMBTOM. WtUJOa. TATLOM ■ 00.