THE UNION & RECORDER.
[Old “Southern Recorder” and “Federal Union’
FOB. FBJSSlSFHrT :
OF NEW YORK.
FOB. VICE PRESIDENT:
P». GRATZ BROWN,
STATE ELECTORAL TICKET,
FOR fTAT* AT LARGE,
W. T. W<uFFORD, A. H. COLQUITT.
H. L, BENNING, ELI WARREN,
JULIAN HARTRIDGE, A. H. HANSEL,
WASHINGTON POE4 GEO. D. RICE.
1. II. G. TURNER,
2. R.N. ELY,
3. W. I. HUDSON,
4. JAMES M. PACE,
5. II R. CASEY,
6. J; N. DORSEY,
7. E. D. GRAHAM,
1. J RIVERS,
2. A. L. HAWES,
3 P. F. SMITH,
4. T.F. NEWELL,
5. A. M. RODGERS,
6. L. J. ALLRED,
7. R. A. ALSTON.
FOR CONGRESS :
Col. JAMES H, BLOUNT,
Of Bibb County.
TOK. SZSCBSZB.B.V OF SXAFE,
[Subject to a Democratic nomination,j
X, C. BARNETT,
Former Sccietary of Stale.
Wednesday Morning, October 30, 1872.
ATLANTA AS ST *8.
According to the Atlanta ’lernld that city is in
3 bad way, financially. It says that the “fright
ful expenditures of the past throe years bare re
sulted in loadin? us wi"h debt and in increasing
the rate of taxation to such an extent that the city
staggers under the load, and property has almost
ceased to at'ra-t capital for investment." And al!
that “wo esn show for it is a vast imidhoie in win
ter and a ersst sandbank in summer." It charges
that “the entire science of municipal government
in Atlanta seems to have exhausted itsoif in open
ing sirs:ts which ion into the woods, aud io en
deavoring to dig tlio city down to a level v. ;lti the
Atlantic Ocean. Practically nothing hrs been
dona for ail the money expeuded, and debts c u-
It ieclares that the present condition of aftsirs
‘is intolerable," and says there are -‘rumors’’ that
Atlanta “is governed by » ring as insatiate as that
of Tammany,” end that no person “will venture
to deny that certain individuals in Atlanta have
obtained practically a monopiy of ail the city pat
ronage, and have grown fat upon it. In rhe pock
ets of these men have disappeared the thousands
of dollars, which have been paid into the Treasury.
To these very men is the city no»' indebted in the
sum of one hundred and forty thousand dollars ex
cess of so-called expenditures over receipts for the
The Herald might have added that
she owned an old tumble-down Opera
House, which has already cost the
the State nearly half a milliou ; over
which hangs a mortgage for more than
the house would bring if sold at auc
tion ; she also has the Blodgett-Kim-
hal! Hotel, built as it is believed, out
of the earnings of the State road. She
also has a ring of lobby members, in
the employ and pay of Clews & Co.,
who are bound to lobby and manipu
late the members of the legislature un
til they agree to pay all of Bullock’s
Fr,m the Savannah Republican, “26th.
Slivfet TIEore 3Pri"o?r:rs from Wilkin
Reached Savannah by the Central train
last evening, in custody of two Depu
ty United States Marshals, a Federal
Lieutenant and squad of soldiers, and
were lodged in the county jail of
Chatham to await the tardy progress
of the law for their vindication and
deliverance from prison. The milita
ry guard in charge ou the route down,
itics in the present canvass, but this
prerogative is rot allowed me. It
seems that both my straight-out and
Greeley fricuds are disposed to have
A Marine Curiosity.—Mr. C. C. Balkcom
brongi.t into this offices yesterday, a marine ani
mal, that was finite an hideous ia appearance as
the most formidable goblin that hue yet appeared
at Surraucy. It was a polypus, and is warranted
to be the .ugliest known specimen of the animal
robbed these citizens of their money, j f or tho Third Congressional District.
me place myself publicly upon tile re- j kingdom cutsiXe the Radical party. It is vrbat L>
In view of the above fiefs, I wa»
much surprised a few days siuce, to
learn that there was a straight-out elec
toral ticket, before the Georgia Democ
racy. Mill more surprised to find that
I had been nominated as
knives and pistols—taking this prop
erty on pretence of returning it on
reaching Savannah, but failing to do
so when they turued them over to the
custody of the civil authorities.
These citizens were arrested at their
peaceful homes iu and near Gordon,
Wilkinson county, beioro day yester
day morning, having been captured in
every instance in bed beneath quiet
I was nominated without my knowl
edge or consent, aad ut the time of the
meeting was at home confined to ray
bed. Though I highly appreciate the
honor in the complimentary manner in
which it was conferred, yet I must res
pectfully decline to heroine a candidate
for the position to which 1 have been
Mv name cannot under any circum-
aad once hallowed roots. Aroused at stances be used to divide the Democ-
the dead hour of night, by a posse of
armed men, who in some of
rests roug’nlybroke open the doors and
windows of the apartments and rude
ly entered unannounced with drawn
pistols and cocked guns, violating the
privacies of homes and in one instance
disregarding the sanctities of a sick
chamber and dragging a weak and en
feebled man from his couch while
three little motherless children in vain
cried as their only remaining parent
was unexpectedly and quickly hurried
from them. These eight citizens of
fraudulent bonds; and last but not,~ . , , , -
least, Atlanta has the honor of count- Ge u or S ia hav f been brou S bt to ^ v an-
inir nmumr her citizens the renowned nah and vilely incarcerated in felons
ing among her citizens the renowned
Potash Farrcw whose occupation and
lelightistoharrassand persecute honest
cells, by the strong arm of the Feder
Of these citizens Mr. William T.
men to please a few infamous negroes. 1 .
1 ° h ountam, nearly fifty years old, was
born and reared in Wilkinson, and is
Routed at the polls in October, the! Panting in a mile and a half of
Radicals of Georgia have sought the don » 1D whl ^ r h P' ace he has a
aid of the Grant Government to enable Ir * Janies M. * ouri
I candidly confess that in this Pres
idential canvass my sympathies are
with the straight-outs. It is, howev
er, too late for the movement to effect
any good, and I fear it may result in
still widening the breach in the Dem
You will, General, receive the full
Democratic vote in Dooly, though
quite a number of them will not vote
for Greeley under any circumstances,
and they are still more opposed to
Yours, etc ,
J. II. Woodward.
Col. G M Netherland. in
the Atlanta Constitution, also declines
to be an elector ou Straight-out ticket.
called ;i r ,d : at? animal. It h.-td right prongs—iu
fact, it was milking but prongs. Each prong was
provided with as mneb suction apparatus as fifty
leeches, hence the whole machine had the suction
power of not less than fair hundred leeches,
aud evidently it was made of such stuff as
When first seen by a novice, the animal is spt
to be mistaken for a cottcn caterpillar, or a Curren
cy gbost. From tip to tip of the prongs it meas
ured, perhaps, fifteen inches. When spread out
upon the floor, all hands in the office embraced
the first opportunity to seek the tops of desks
tables and other plaert of safety : but when assur
ed that it was very dead, they came down and
examined it wi'h ail the skill of 'earned ichthyolo
gists. The judgment was that its sucking powers
evidently classed it with the office-holding spe
cies of the Radical fsrniiy.
It was caught on Blackfish Bank, off Tybee Is
land, with a hoek and line, by L SaVarese &
Bro'g. fishing smack, Stonewall.—Tel. & Mess.
Old Things Irntt l*a*«eJ Aw#t.
This is at least true of tbe old method of treating the
long abused and much abased human body. It is no
i longer considered vrise to put a patient to the torture
in order to care him cf bis disease in which pa: i i - ai
rs ady undermining the energies of Ui3 system. True
science ranges itself on the side of nature, and endeav
ors to assist her in her fight against disease. This is
the province of Hostolter's Stomach Bitters, th» most
approved tonic ever advertised in this country. It
may be recommended as a fall medicine, par excel
lence ; for it is in the fall that biliousness, dyspepsia
and malarious fevers are especially prevalent- Tin
frame, exhausted by the heats ot summer, is relaxed
and teethe at ts close, and requires, we may say de
mands, artificial assistance. Afford it that assistance
in occasional doses of llostetter’s Stomach Bitters, and
the evils referred to may be escaped. Throughout the
far V est. end ou the steaming alluvial of the Southern
river-. ill the varieties of periodical lever are proba
bly rife lo-day. Had a course of Hostetler’s Bitters
been commenced by the sufferers a month ago, i. e.
hi ore the unhealthy season set in, seven eighths of
Ihi-m would in all probability be iu their usual health at
the present time. So much for want cf foret a»te. So
muon for not keeping in the house, and nr ing daily,
tbe "best safeguard against epidemic and epidemic fe-
Netherland. in letter to j ver ' i _ , , ... .
A ' wv ke of irrY|>03*rr8 ana imitators are trying tc
fo;k*v, in the vrdlxo of the great American remedy,
tbereiore be sure that :iu> article you buy is genuine
and verified by the proper trade-marks. Trie true
I Be true article can only bo obtained in bottles. Be
ware of Luc spurious bitters sold by the gallon or ia keg
Mr. Joseph Greer has been appointed Marshal
of Forsyth- Rev. Dr. Hiiiyer, h.iptised twelve
young ladies in Forsyth, on Sunday’laat.i The
clothing of a negro boy living otar Forsyth four
teen year old, caught firo n'fevv days ago, f-om in
juries receive,] bt died. The stors of James Kim
ball.in Butts cu- Dty, was robbed oue night last
week. —Mor.roe advertiser.
On account of the singular mani'estaiions at the
house of Mr. Surrency st No. 6, Macon aud Bruns
wick Railroad, the family have determined to va
cate tbe premises.—Savannah Advertiser.
Thomson wants a fire eneine. The gin house
of Mr. E. S. Harrison, of McDuffee, Wrj burned on
Saturday last. Fifteen hales of cotton, belonging
to Mr. Homer Sturgis, wore burned In the house.
About two miles of the track on the Perry road
hail bt-en completed. The train will be running
to Perry by tbe 20th December A rattlesnake
four feet seven inches long, with twelve rattles
and e sleeve bntton. whs trilled near Fort Yallev
a few days since.—Business Mirror.
Miixedgev ille.—W :• learn from a friend from
Milledgeviile, who visited us at our office yester
day, that the ancient capital of the Stale was nev-
or 60 prosperous and generally in good condition
as at present- The city it lively, trade is goad, and
the best of feeling, with contentment and plenty,
They claim tc have the best, if not the largest,
lodge of Good Templars iu the Statu, and the first
men of the p.ace aru members of tho lodge.
The colored people also have a temperance or-
gonizaiioo wi.h ov.-r two hundred members, who
are doing nioch good i t their race—Atlanta Sun.
Dr JOHN BULLS
The 31ood Hounds of Tyranny turn
ed Loose. I Be atndavits upon wmcti these ar-|
It seems that the same performance
that was practiced upon the people of
North Carolina is to be re-enacted in
Georgia. Where bribery and corrup-
ruption will not avail to induce the 'cause of the disturbance that occurred
them to force a verdict in tieir favor P rece ^ing gentleman, is a young man
in November. As will be seen else- ^married and farming]near his father’s
where, they have commenced a sys- P ace .’ ’ * r * ]f ran ^ Carroll, a loung
tern of wholesale arrests in this and I ma ™ ed man of twenty-two, is a iarrn-
an adjoiuing county of some of our j f r ’ mn & ln a Im e 0r . B ? - °*- Gordon ,
best citizens, upon the charge of vio-l < wa3 - arre8ted over at hla Cher’s);,
ating the so-called enforcement law.
Our Straight-out Fkiends.—Those
gentlemen calling themsedves Jefferso
nian Democrats seem bent on doing
mischief. They surely can’t have tho
leagt hope of getting an 'electoral rote
in Georgiafor their reluctant candidate.
Why then do they put an electoral
ticket in the field, it it is not to help
Grant ? Whether that is their inten-
Ba/ihcin Sheriff Sale.
\\7ILLbf- »<>M b- fort: -J:.- C , it House door in Ihe
* • city of lliUedecviile, Ba. - win countv, on the
first Tuesday in JANUARY, 1973. within the usual
hours of sale the following property, to-wit:
Two horse muie^ and an the interest of the defend
ants in the crop of aU kinds—the enure crop raise-ithia
year—-the same beiag .--a ureertuiu amount, tho crop
being s..bjoctfirst to rent and to laborer's lien. Sold
to satisfy a mortgage fi fa in favor of It. A. McComb
surviving partner of 6. Sc K. A. McComb vs. James
T. Simpson Sc F,:o. Property pointed out by defend-
O. ARNOLD, Sheriff;
Oct.9t'n, 1S72. 14 tds.
Baldwin Postponed Sheriff' Sale.
The affidavits upon which these ar
rests have been made are, we learn, all
sworn to by negroes, and we doubt not
have been instigated by the negro
Mr. Frank Kennington, a single farm- i * :!on ba . v ? ^ at e ^ ec ^> ^
er of twenty-three, lives in two miles i we are rejoiced to believe
of Gordon (was arrested at his broth
er's in Gordon where he was staying
that night;) Air. William J. Bridger,
a young merchant of twenty, ia doing
people to vote for Grant, intimidation j on that day. lie, it will be remem
and force are to be applied. Since itj bered > after forcin S. lii? P 00r . du P es
leader whose incendiary appeals pre- a y ouu g aac 01 !
viousto the late election were the : buslness ,n G ? ra ? n . (was arrested at
his room m the hotel); Mr. William
“■|H. Calef, a young married man, is
has been shown that
the voters of Georgia
the Democratic ticket, the blood
hounds of the administration are to be
used to keep them from voting at all.
Just before an election, the most ac
tive and prominent Democrats in
strong Democratic counties are arrest
ed and carried off to prison to keep
them from taking any part in the elec
tion, and to intimidate others. Such
men as Jeff Long, Geo. Wallace and
Potash Farrow, are just such tools as
* in,-™ i°to a position entirely untenable upon j , , , 1
a large majority oi c ‘ r0UDd l aw V right, balely befo i e ^
a would support , Ie , er , e j them at the first sign of °? ce . r ““ d soldl
_ 1 c il . 1.1. . i . o ; od in f h Hrn w/ r»
merchandizing in Gordon (was arrest
ed in his bedchamber, door broken
could unlatch it, and
ers and negroes euter-
: ed with drawn weapons); Mr. James
T. Kirkpatrick is a mechanic in Gor
ianger, and sought safety lor his prt
cions person in the sacred precincts of; V *“
the Federal post-olKce. ilia iuextio-i | 0D <*“ created iu his atca bed, win-
el dow broken open before a friend stay-
jing with him could unfasten it, armed
j men rushed in, and hurried him off,
leaving his young children whose
mother is ju^.t dead unprotected and
crying); and Air. B. F. Sanders, a young
man of nineteen, is a clerk in a store
guishable hatred of the white people
has been carefully nursed during the
interval, and at last finds vent in these
We shall have very little to say
concerning them except to denounce
them as outrages too gross, but at the 11 r . , . .....
^ ° , °. • ,• , . in Gordon (was sleepiugm back room
same time, too characteristic to need c ±l ^ v , • fc . a ,
extended comment. They ore mere
tyrants always delight to use. They i repetitions of what we have seen in
bate honest men, and are a l- other States where tbe people refused
ways ready to do them all the injury to bow the knee to the Radical Baal,i®
they can. Mean and contemptible [and Democratic majorities
themselves, they love tbe service of a
Muster who pays well, aud whose em
ployment is so congenial to their taste.
These, and such as these are the men
who are prowling about to find out
the men that are going to vote the
Democratic ticket, which in their eyes
is a crime that should be punished by
arrests and imprisonment. By ar
resting some arid threatening others
with arrests, they hope to keep enough
from voting to defeat the will of the
people, and give the State to Grant
and his followers. But will they suc
ceed ? We trustjnot. A large major-
jority of the voters oi Gergia can neith
er be bullied or bought, and these Jpte
acts of tyranny will serve to rally eve
ry honest roan iu Georgia to the Dem-
acratic standard, and cause them to
make a more determined effort to drive
from power a party that uses these iu
famous means to oppress us.
NEHiat They Expect to I>o.
We have published elsewhere an ar
ticle from Air. Stephens, published in
the Atlanta Sun. in which he states
that the Straight outs in Georgia ex
pect to defeat both the Grant and Gree
ley tickets in this State, and throw
the election of Presidential electors
into the Legislature and thus give
the members of the Legislature a
chance to vote on that question after
all of the other States have voted.
This is plausible but we do not be-
I of the store and was knocked up and
The soldiers who constituted the
guard hailed from Atlanta, aud the
wo Deputy United States Alarshals
who made the arrests were one Blacker
from Atlanta, and au officer named
There is, we learn, a separate war
rant against each prisoner, although
the charge is the same against each.
The warrants were issued by tbe Uni
ted States Commissioner J. Clarke
Swayze, of Macon, and respectively
3lledge a criminal violation of tbe en-
fo'cernent act, in the beating for his
political opinions’ sake of one Henry r
Charlton, colored, during the past sum
This m gro is about thirty years
old, ismatried, and had become noto
rious in that section of the county on
! account of his bold, undisguised and
illicit communications and commerce
with a degraded and abandoned white
woman, about twenty-five or thirty
years old, living in the neighborhood,
named Caroline AT vers.
LelU’r from Host. J. if, lVooilTrnrd.
Vienna, Ga., October ID, 1S72.
To General Phil. Cook:
Dear General—Your message de-
quired to be crushed. But this effort
will fail—signally, ingloriously fail.
The spirit of the freemen of Georgia
cannot be broken or "bowed by such
assaults. This Radical intimidation
game will never crush out Democratic
majorities in Georgia. It will rouse
cur people to still greater exertions,
and make their rebuke of such shame
ful proceedings still more signal. It
will add thousands of votes to the
good cause, not only in Georgia but
all over the land, and send Grant in
November a greeting whose thunder,
as compared with that of October,
shall he as the boom of a columbiad to
the pop of a pistol. If there was any
stimulant needed to arouse the people
of Georgia mid rally them to the pulls
next month, this cowardly attempt at
intimidation has furnished it. Now
there can be no excuse for apathy or
indifference. The heart that doe9 not
swell with indignant resentment, and
the blood that do*snot boil with the
fever of a righteous indignation at this
last insult cannot be stirred. They
belong to the corpse—not men.
Freemen of Bibb county—freemen I 8 iring to know it 1 am a candidate on
of the Sixth Congressional District— | the straight-out electoral ticket, etc.,
freemeu of Georgia—we scorn to make! at3( ^ ^ f10 ^ announce the same
that the true Democracy is so strong
in Georgia, the combined forces of
Grant and the Straight-outs can’t jos
tle them.—Milledgettle Union and Re
corder, Oct. 23d 1S72.”
Whether our “straight-out friends”
have, or have not, “the least hope of
getting an electoral vote in Georgia for
their candidates,’-’ their course in put
ting out a ticket cannot, by possibility,
help either Grant or Greeley. If they
cannot elect a single man on their tick
et they may, by possibility, get enough my appotitii improved, and the rheumatic pains be-
VSTILL be eoid before tbd C’uurt House door in
the eiiy cf MiTledp-evi’:? BaMvrin county, ou
the firdi Tuesday m DECEMBER next, within the
ineui Lours of sale the 1... winir property, to wit;
llit Pi.'iD’.aVjn of K Goodloe Harper, iu Baldwin
county oortaininjr fourteen hundred acres, more or
■—■■■■ | leu-, adjoinine lands of formerly L. A. Jordan on the
Official Tote of Indus a.—The rffi.na! vote the south, Goodson on the west,
of Indiana abowa the election of Hendricts, Dem- ! 'J'!.jT 1, * 1 V the north , on
iv. iu,. usu ...a bn™ . «• e.-joi.'p Harper now resides: Lev
ied on ao the property of sum R. Ooodloe Harper to
□erst, for Governor, by 1143 majority, and of Hop- _
kins, Democrat, for Superintendent of Public In-} saUHy ufif» £-omBaIdwia'*Supw.oI'co^t fofovorof
struction, by 2493 majority. The other State of
ficers elected are Radicals, and their majorities
range from 124 to 2112. Orth and Williams,
Radicals, for Congressmen at lorpe, got in only by
the skin oi their teeth, their majorities being IC2
and 532. Four Democrats and seven Radicals
wera elected to Congress from the districts.
Steubenville, Ohio, Sept. 4 1671.
Dr. Win. H. Tutt:
Dear Sir—I feel it a duty to yon end to suffer
ing bnmauity to make public the gpeaf merits of
your Extract Sarsapariiia and Queou'g Delight.—
For y ears I ba> e been a great sufferer, my general
health broke down, and I was affected with ner
vounuess of the most terrible character, which was
soon followed by au eruption all over the body,
forming large ulcers in some places, and attended
with rheumatic pains. Tongue cannot describe
my suffering- I was reduced almost to a skele
ton, and had a perfect loathing of food. I was at
tended by several physicians, who rendered me no
relief. I despaired of ever being well again, but
thanks to a kind Providence I accidentally heard
of your medicine. I sent for half a doaen bottles,
and before I had taken three I began to feel better
of the popular vote, to prevent either
of tbe Radical candidates—Grant or
Greeley—from receiving a majority of
all tho votes polled 1 In that case the
choice of Electors for the State will
devolve upoo the Legislature. It
would then be for this body—after it
will be seen that the Greeiey “bubble”
has burst, to cast the vote of Georgia
in such manner, and for such men, as
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, , r P , . r, | -. — nver. They have no equal.
and glory ot the old Commonwealth.
A. H. S.
came less severe, aud I could enjoy sleep. 1 have
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and believe I am a sound man again. Tho ulcers
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and I have gained 22 pounds in weight. I believe
ray sicku-jso resulted from a taint of scrofui.i.—
nla. I vreuid earnestly recommend your com
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With deep gratitude to you.
I am ov<-r vou- frDnd,
Dr. Tutt’sLiver Piiis are a mild and gentle pur
gative, possessing the peculiar merit of acting as r.
Robert Parham vs. said Harper. Property pointed
out by the Plan v.lT’.s Attorney, ^a-i tenant notified.
Also, at the same time aad place, the plantation as
above described aforesaid, by virtue of u fi fa i-aued
from Baldwin Superior Court, rot arc able to February
Term 1867, in laser of W. E. Lyons, Executor of
Mrs. Caroline L.D. Wilson vs. said Harper and Wo.
J. MyncX,sacunty. Property pointed out by Plain
tiff ’r- Aitornay, and teesat :.ot:5ed.
Alao, at the same time and place, will be aold, the
same tract or plantation of land, containing fourteen
hundred acTes. more or less, as described by virtue of
a mortgage fi ia iu favor of L. H. Briscoe, transferee
of L. A-Jordon, in part for purcl.c.-e money of game.
Property pointed out by transferee and tenant notified.
AIpo, at saint tune and place, the plantation above
described a» aforesaid, to satisfy an fa in favor of
L. H. Briscoe, transferee of IT Jl. Rose re. said R. G.
Harper, iu favor of Iran.stereo.
Oct 26tb 1372,
Also, one house and lot in'the city of Milledtreville,
containing one ha.f acre, running two hundred and
ten feet on Jefferson Street r.nd ore hundred and five
feet on Baldwin Street, being one half of Lot No. one
in Square No. forty ia said city. Soid to satisfy a 3 fa
in lavor of S. G. Dor-ey vs J. L, Johnson, John II.
Johnson, Thos. D. Johnroa and W. S. Berry. P:oper-
ty pointed out by piuintiff; at'ornev
Oct. 29th, 1872. j itds
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Mqstuomirt, October 26.— United States Loops i
are being quartered through-.nt A labama.
LaPIE." will find relief from their TTeadecho, j
Cc8.iTei.es*. Swimming in ihe ii ad. Colic, Sour
Stomach. Restlenares. etc , eic , by taking SIM
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Persons living in unheal.by localities may avoid
al! biilious attacks by takingado.se of SIMMONS’
LIVER REGULATOR occasionally to keep the
Liver in healthy action. It should be used by all I
persons, old and young, ft is not nnpi< asant, is I «fxw- Tonic, October 26.—The horse mrhtdy has
a purely v g-etable compound, is not inurious to novr spread to such an extent that almost ail the
tbe meet delicate constitution, and will keep the j horses in the city are said to be sufferiiig iu one form
If you feel dull, despondent, drowsy, debilita
ted, have frequent headache, mouth tastes badly,
poor appetite, and tongue coated, you are suffor-
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Fierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Chicago, October 22.—The West Side omnibus
stables were burned last night, with fifty hors.-s-
I.ivcr in ho«.:h\ action'
or another from the symptoms of the epideinio.
n. W. THOMAS.
H. V. SANFORD
a single appeal to your passions or
your prejudices—we counsel the strict
est, most scrupulous regard fol law,
and order uiiu peace—but we do in
voke you to put the seal ot your em
phatic reprobation at the ballot box in
(November upon this wicked conspira
cy. Let not a man be missing when
lieve it will amount to anything. In (that verdict shall come to be record-
the first place we dou’t believe thejed; but let the judgment of a unani-
Straightouts hold tbe balance of pow-i uhiiis people who see their rights and
er between the Grant and Greeley reputations thus menaced go up as the
parties; aud secondly, wo feel very voice of many voters in rebuke of
sure if the vote of Georgia could decide j those who have sought their destruc-
the election against Grant, there will tion. Let the rallying cry hencefor-
be some excuse trumped up for throw- j ward be simply : Go To The Polls!
ing that vote out of the count, and if " \Macon Telegraph.
the vote depended on the Legislature j '
of Georgia there would be stupendous ; N ‘ KE Congklssmen for Gfokgia.—That
~ ° i a i *1 , L T • i I Bounds gloriously* It has h ring about it that
etiorts made to bribe the -Legislature j will he sweet ir.uaic to every Patriot car in the land
to vote for Grant. We had much bet-1 A,ld il * 8 fcttS > of accomplishment, too. ah
i a o*. 4. a xi that is weceaFary is a full Democratic torn*out.—
ter leave the Note OI t.ie otate to tbe , Jf L very Democrat and Liberal in Georgia will go
people than throw it into the Legisla- I to the polls ou the 5th of November and vote, tho
, d ed is done the triumph secured, and another
lure * laurel chaplet crowns the brow of the victorious
anti-Grant hosts of this grand old State. We will
ne.'c-r iiavG a more favorable opportunity for fixing
the political status of Georgia for a generation to
come, and woe to those whom apathy or over con
fidence shall cause to stand in iho way of the great
The Democratic paity lias sustained losses in
Congressmen elsewnere which we can repair sim
ply by a fall vote. Let ub resolve that a foil vote
, . i shall he polled and this ios.s mado good. Penusyl-
gla, charged with the violation Oi the j Vania and Indiana call tc us that some ot their
enforcement act in the alleged murder I best n.en have been stricken down, and that they
...i,,,,,, t\ P r., or look to us to supply th-jir ; isr. s in the ranks —
From the Savannah Republican of
Saturday we learn that at 10 o’clock
Friday morning the case of the Uni
ted States versus Robert Hyman,
Jethro Yanlandinghain and William
Dickson, of Wilkinson county, Geor-
of one Matthew Deason, then Sheriff
of Wilkinson county, ou the 29th of
August, 1S71, came on for a hearing
before United States Commissioner A .
W. Stone, at his office.
The attorneys for the prisoners,
Captain George A. Mercer of Savan
nah, Colonel W. A. Lofton of Macon, j
Major J. N. Gilmore of Sandersville,
and Colonel J. W. Lindsey of Irwin-
ton, after consultation determined not
to sever the accused on the trial.
We can do it, and we must do it. Wc won t com
promise on seven members or even eight members.
We want ail nine and we c.-n have them if ws will.
Our hand calls for that many, and the lead is with
Telegraph and Messenger.
For the Union Sc Recorder.
iSuhrenuy, Ga.. Oct., 2Cth, 1872-
Wo have just nuu a long conversation with Mr.
Snrrency at whose house tl.e marvelous demon-,
strations much noted through the columns of the
press of lata took place. He assures me of the truth
of very many incidents which seem inexplicable ac
cording- to any known laws of physics. Id is account
agrees substantially with that which appeared last
Colonel Lofton conducted tbe case ! Telegraph & Messenger. Mr. Snr-
, j j• a • <. reccy has promised that he will write to you an
on tne part of the citizens, and district acconnt oi these things hirr
Attorney II. P. Farrow represented
At 2 p. m. the examination was
continued to 10
count for th in, but avers their truth upon his
own knowledge. He is a gentleman o*'excellent
character, and has represen'ed his county in the
Georgia Legislature when the latter mt-l in Mil—
ledgcvillo. Perhaps these phenomena are the r«-
through the public press, has been re
ceived. \\ itli some explanation I has
ten to comply with your request:
I am a Democrat, upon the prin
ciples enunciated by Jefferson and
Madison, and I am fully convinced
that the party will have to return and
adhere to the old landmarks to restore
Constitutional liberty and free gov
ernment. “Sink or swim,” I believe
it was the duty of the National Demo
cratic party, at the Baltimore Conven
tion to have nominated straight out
Democrats for President and Vice
President. Failing in this the times
demanded the adoption of a sound
Democratic platform and no momina-
tion. The Georgia Convention, to
nominate a State electoral ticket,
should have put forth her candidates,
untrammelled, to cast, the electoral
vote of the State as they might think
best for the true interests of tbe coun
The Baltimore departure has pro
duced schisms and divisions in the
Democratic ranks, and has resulted in
producing two electoral tickets of the
party in the field, which, J fear, will
produce strife, crimination and recrim
ination hard to be healed in the future.
Previous to and at the State Con
vention in July I was warmly solici
ted by numerous friends to ailow my
name placed on the Greeley elec-
total ticket. Being unwilling to com
mit mvseif to the support of a
Repblican, I declined the use of it iu
During the recent session oi the
Legislature I was frequently approach
ed by friends iu reference to the
straight-out movememt. Opposed both
to Greeley and Grant, and not satis
fied with the action of the Baltimore
Convention; yet I invariably recom
mended no division in the party, ei
ther to acquiesce in or remain silent
in regard to the support oi Greeley
The above course I had hoped would
THOMAS MB SANFORD,
’$300 000 Ilf bank.
ar.JLTTU CiliPT COSJSSZIT.
Postponed to December 7, IS72.
rpUE SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT in aid
E of the I’ublic Library of KeutUL-ky, announced
for September 28, has b< tu postponed to December
7. 2 *sjU, because the accumulation of order,, tbe few
days brtore tbe drawing made it physically impossible
to fill them without a few days’ delay, and as a ghort
po;' poneinent was inevitable, it was del- rmiued to de
fer It to a time tba*. would make a lui, drawing sure
by the sale of ail the tickets.
The money necessary to pay iu full a,! the offered
gifts is now upon deposit in the Farmers ami Drovers'
iiauk, as will be seen by tho following Certificate of
Farmers’ a.,d Dbovirs’ Banx t
Ljcisville, KT.,Sept., 26,1372. >
This is to certify that there is now on deposit in this
— j bank over half a million of dollars to the credit of tue
Gift Concert fund, JhOU,00ft of which is hH<i by this
bank as Treasurern tbe Public Library of K-.utucky
tc pay off all gifts to be awarded at tbe drawing.
R. S. VEACH, Cashier.
1,000 r-‘i lae*. arjowuting to
g50C,03v 7.1* CASH,
will be awarded, the b ; ghest prizes being ^ S 00.000,
330.000, *‘33,000, ar,J dowuic regular gradation
to i* <00, wbicn is ’he lowest.
The drawing will positively and unequivocally take
place December 7. Agent* are .peremptorily required
to close sales and make returns November 2o.in order to
give ample time tor tbe fiual arrangements. Orders
for tickris or applications for' cirtu’ors shoald be ad
Gar, THOS. E. BSAItILETTE,
Agent Fhblic Library ttentneby.
Dr. JJBX BULL,
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Read tba following extract of a letter from Mrs.
Rivers, wiJa of Reverend Dr. River*, ore of the most
learned, eloquent and popular Mmiettro of the Method
ist Episcopal Church, and who is at present a aliened
at Broadway Church, Louisville, Kv.
Lofisvn.Li, Kt., Oet. 3,1369.
Dr. John Bull—Dear Sir: Many tuank-- t- you
for the medicine you have so kindly given mo. I have
been a great sufferer for years, and had ’he advice of
various physicians. Some pronounced my-i ine. - sne
my lungs, and gome my heart to be the siret'ci y
ease. I have been burnt, blistered and cuppcu until
1 had become disheartened. Several very eminent
physicians who examined my spine informed me that
l was threatened with paralysis or appoplexy -.try q-.y
aud that nothing bat a eeton would relieve me. I had
a perfect horror of that, and wa- hesitating about
having one inserted, when you kindly sent me your
Sarsaparilla which I immediately begun to take three
times a day. I had suffered terribly with a rry st
acute pain in the right side of my head, especially
when I would read or write tor any length of r . . .and
on rising to my feel I would be periectly bi nd for
several minutes, and would have to h Id t<> something
to prevent falling.
Iam most nappy to inform you that tho pain iu my
head is entirely relieved; I suffer but so 1 i -:i with my
spine and then not so acutely. My appetite is gout, ,
indeed for tho first tin.e in my life I enjoy n.y dinner
more than any meal during tne day.
Yon kindly sent me four bottles again last uight,
and I began again this morning, an ! I hope to be en
tirely relieved- Please accept my heartfelt tconks and
Very truiy your moet grateful friend,
M. B. C. Rivf.rs.
My Journal abounds with similar letters, a’! of
which I guarantee to be genuine and written by the
persons whose names tbey bear.
Do not suffer yourself to be imposed on. Don’t be
drawn away after new and ioubtfnl experiments.
Don't ri*k your health by lotting novices exp i mtut
upon you with their trash. My Sarsaparilla has stood
the test for twenty five years; it in suil the Sorsapariha
of the day, and of the age, towering over all ot! -rs in
popularity and its curative quid.ties. Avoid a.,
who are trying to palm off on you other xtrac.s
Sarsaparilla, so-called. Remember it is Dr. John
Bull's Sarsaparubt, of Louisville, Ky., that l» *1
and reliable remedy for impurities’of the b : . -A
scrofulous affections. Always bear that in mix -
Bxstos Btr.RACKs, Mo-,)
April 30, 1366. j
Dr. John Bull—Dear Sir: Knowing the efficacy
of your Sarsaparilla, and the healii • and ben fo .a!
qualities it possesses, I send you the following state
ment of my case:
I was wounded about two years ago, wa.- taken
prisoner and confined for sixteen m nths. Being
moved so often, my wounds have not he&iod yet. I
have not set np a momeut since I was wounded. I
am shot through the hips. My geoera! health -im
paired, and I need something to assist natu- I have
more faith in your Sarsaparilla than anything e. I
wish that which is genuine. Plea-e express a.-* kali a
dozeu bottles, and oblige.
Gaft. C. P. JOHNSON,
St. Lotto, Mo.
P. S.—The following was written April Fifth. 1? Id,
by Mrs. Jennie Johnson, moth er of Capf. Johns.in:
Dr John Bull—Dear Sir: My husband. Dr. f. 3.
Johnson, was a skiliful surgeon an : physl •; n in C en
tral New York, where he died, leaving * j above C.
P. Johnson to my care. At thirteen years of aee ha
had a chronic diarrhea and scrofula, for which I gave
your Sarsapariiia. It cured him. I have for ten
yt-ars recommended it to many in New Fork, Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and general did,ci
ty. Perfect success has attended it- 7he cures ef
fected in some cases of scrofula and ferer sor * were
almost miraculous- I am very anxiens for my son
to again have recourse to your Sarsapariiia. Hr is
fearful of getting a spurious article, hence his writing
to yon fbrtt. His wounds were terrible, but I believe
he will recover.
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Commissioner at bis office,
W. G. M. I desire to stand aloof from national pol-1
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EXTRACT FROM A LETTER FROM GEORGIA.
Villarow, Walkkr Co., Ga. £
June 28. ",
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