MILLEDGfEVILLE, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1872.
B. A. HARRISON, ORME & CO
Tcrjns, $2.00 Per Annum in Advancf
Something Ert ire ty .
New & h ^ovel.
-iiehtwoo a in Kindling
Will take the place r
, ood or Coal Fire Instanta-
Will Kindle am-
neousiy. se j£ j g no j- consumed, and will
Tho kindle, egr|J>
TS worth of Material will last a
r plriiiy one Month.
. sss than one-tenth the expense of Light"
10TELS HOARDING HOUSES, and other
public places will find the kindler indis
Ih« COST of this useful invention will be
saved by its use in one week by any
Family. PRICE, 75c.
For sale by L. W. HUNT & CO.
Sep. -5, 3d tf r J
ESTABLISH^ 1S23 ’
613 3. II 'vF'CS UP SllPiBc)
3112 BROAD STREET ATGESTA, Ga.,
£5*“ Watches and Jeicelry Carefully Repaired.
Jan. 31, 1871, 4 ly.
Farmers, Please Notice.
E arc in receipt of
31 >0 bushels Red Clover SEED.
100 “ TIMOTHY.
3H0 “ Kentucky Blue GRASS.
•j;i0 “ Orchard GRASS
«ii;j •* Red Top or Herds GRASS.
■r, “ Alsike and Sapling CLOVER.
These SEED have been selected and pur-
rliased by us in the West, directly from the
gtowers, and are fresh and pure.
We keep a complete stock of every class of
I.Vl’LEMENTS, MACHINERY and SEED,
which we would be pleased to have you call
ECHOLS if WILSON,
Jackson Street, Augusta, Ga.. aud Broad
Strest, Atlanta, Ga.
September 5,35 tf r
Office, Jackson Street, opposite
C. H. PHINIZY &> CO.
H AVING made arrangim ents with the
Planters Loan and Sav iugs Bank, to
advance on cotton in Store, at the lowest rate
of interest, many years experience, and the
low rate or commissions, I trust will insure
me a full share of business.
Oct! 31, 43 3m
A LL persons are hereby notified not to trade
for a note bearing date January 1,1870,
aad du3 January 1, 1871. for Tureen Hun
dred Dollars, made payablo to Robert Dadd,
or bearer, aud made by E. C. Corbett, and
credited the day given with a payment of five
hundred dollars, and another credit for one
hundred and forty dollars, and another for
ono handrail aud five dollars, both made same
day, b it date not now recollected.
Aud the maker thereof, is horeby warned not
to pay said note, as I sha’l proceed to estab
lish tin same. JOHN T. RODGERS,
Dublin, Ga., Doe. 5. 1871, Holder.
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ia from one to ttvontx minutes. Not
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THOMAS W O O 13,
next to Lanier House,
F.rlor Suits, in Walnut and Mahogany: Cham
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nished,) Mahogany, Oak
Also, Enameled Painted Sets, iu large variety.
Large lot of Maple and Walnut Bedsteads,
from jg to 390-
Chairs of all descriptions, Mattresses, and
Pillows, Wall Paper, Window Shades, and
well selected stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths and
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Rosewood, Mahogany, Walnut, Cedar and
Imitatations. Metalic Cases aud Cas
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Oct. 17 tf 41
Wm. H.Tisos. Wm. W. Gordas
TISON & GORDON,
(estaBlisiieb, 1854 )
112 BAY STREET
B agging and iron ties advan
CED on Crops.
liberal Cash Advances made on Consign
ment of Cotton. Careful attention to all busi-
ness, and prompt returns Guaranteed,
oct.9 r sc n 4m.
R. J. Davant, Jr. W. D. Waples J. Myers
Davaut, Waples & CO.,
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Health-destroying Drugs us
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It restores aud prevents the Hair from be-
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to the head, cheeks tiie Hair from falling off,
and restores it to a great extent when prema
turely iost, prevents Headaches, cures all hu
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AS .1 DRESSING FOR THE HAIR IT LS
the best article lv the market.
BH. G. SMITH, Patentee, Groton Juuction.
Mass., Prepared only by PROCTOR BROTH
ELS, Gloucester, Mass. The Genuine is put
U P tu a pannel bottle, made expressly for it
'' ;; b the name of the article blown in the glass.
your Druggist for Nature’s Hair restora-
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^lor sale in Milledgeville by L. W. HUNT
in Sparta, liy A. H. BIRDSONG & CO.
P July 2 ly. u Feb28’71 ly.
, Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
marble monuments, tomb
STONES &C., &C.
Marble Mantels and Furniture-Marble of all
‘‘“d* Furnished to Order. AM -work for the
Country carefully boxed for shipment.
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W. n. WILT BERG EH, Proprietor
rflHlls invaluable Family Medicine, foi
-L purifying, cleansing, removing baa
odors ia all kinds of sickness; for burns
sores, wounds, stings; for Erysipelas,
rheunt-tism, and all skin diseases; for
catarrh, sore mouth, sore throat, diptheria;
for colic, diarrhoea, cholera; as awash to
soften and beautify the skin; to remove
nk spots, mildew, fruit stains, taken in-
temally as well as applied externally; so
hYghTy recommendecLby all who have used
it—is for sale by all Druggists and Uoun-
ry Merchants, and may be ordered di-
rectly of the
DARBY PROPHYLACTIC CO.
161 William Street, N. Y.
p Dec24’70 ly. rMay2 nJune3 ly
I S NOT AN EXPERIMENT, but has been
tested by some of our best planters, and
has proved to be an Excellent Press. Plan
ters, send for our circular and price list, as the
price is from $20 to $35 less than any other
We refer to Col. T. M. Turner, Sparta, Ga ,
who knows the merits of our Presses.
PENDLETON <fc BOARDMAN,
Patentees and Manufacturers.
Foundry and Machine Works Augusta, Ga
p r n jy 7th 6m.
LAWTON, HART & CO.
U sual advances made en Cotton in Store,
oct. y r an 4m
i»nt] wxntsi tfcraogknt tt»" : 8ouih to Sell gar Now Eagrav-lig
(BOSS & (BOWS
graved on.teel. Splendid testimonials from Rev.
Dm.John Hall, Tyn 2 , Cuyler. Palmer, and others
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riven A fit© companion picture to take with it
The whole put up in a neat, light, sample out
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r July 4 1871. 26 I y
“Ii looks like a shower, don’t it
Reuben said a young, fair-looking
matron, standing in the doorway of
a cabin just as the sun was drooping
LeTiThd the trcelops to the West.
A young man, hardy and strong,
was coining up from the “clearing,”
down by the river, with the axe he
had been wielding all through the
day, thrown over his shoulders.
These words from his wife saluted
his ears as he came near, aud caused
him to turn L.:* head aud glance
away to the southward, where a
great bank of clouds were piled high
against the evening sky.
“Yes, Ruth, it does look like it,”
he answered. “I thought I heard it
thunder just before I left work.”
“ What have } 7 ou seen to shoot,
Reuben ?” she said. “Don’t go out
again tonight, for supper is wailing
“ I am not going,” he answered
quietly. “I arc only making sure
that my rifle is in good order. But
still I may have occasion to use it
The young wife turned pale.
“You don’t mean to say the sav"
ages are here again ? ” she said.
“You may as well know the truth
at once, Ruth,” said her husband,
looking her full in her face. “There
are redskins hanging about here, and
I’m afraid they mean us mischief.
I have seen no less than three at one
time within an hour, skulking along
in the edge of the woods. Their mo
tions tell me lhai we had better be
on our guard to-night.”
“Ob, Reuben, what shall we do
anJ her eyes sought the bed, where
a rosy-ciieeked boy of some two
summers was lying fast asleep.
“We must do the best we can.
The cabin i3 stout and strong, and
I doubt about their being able to
break in should they try it. But you
must have a lot of courage, Ruth.
May be it won’t be needed, and I
hope it won’t. Now let us make
sure that the cabin is all tight, and
then we will have that suppei which
you say is waiting.”
“The heavy oaken shutters of the
two small windows were put in
place, and made secure there, and
then the door was closed and barred
and a long stick of limber that was
kept for that purpose was placed
against it. When the preparations
had been completed, Reuben an
nounced that he was ready for his
supper. This was soon placed up
on the table, and it must be confess
ed that the danger which hovered
over them did not diminish his
appetite. But Ruth could hardly
swallow a mouthful, and she won"
dered how it was that her husband
The darkness increased, and the
sound of distant thunder broke upon
their ears. Through a chink in the
shutter they saw that the cloud in
south was fast rising and spreading
itself over the heavens.
“Hark!” said Reuben; what was
that f 0
Both were silent, and holding
their breath to listen. In a moment
the sound was repeated. It was a
footstep without. Ruth trembled
with apprehension. Then another
and another was heard.
The redskins were about the cab
“They have come,” cried Ruth in
a low tone.
“Yes,” said Reuben. “Hark ! let
us see what they mean to do.”
A minute later, and the door was
shaken violently. Then a savage
without exclaimed, in broken Eng
lish, ‘White man open door; logins
want to come in.’
To this appeal Reuben made no
answer. He had no idea of granting
the request, and the words he knew
would do no good. Again the de"
mand was made. But as before no
answer was returned. Then there
came a few moments of silence on
their part. The mutters of the thun
der were nearer and deeper. The
tempest was coming. Suddenly there
came so fearful a blow upon the door
that it made the entire cabin tremble,
while Ruth gave utterance to a shrill
cry of alarm.
‘Courage,’ said her husband; ‘they
are trying to baiter the door down,
but I hardly think they can do it.
* It is not for myself I fear,’ she
said. ‘It is for our child, Reuben.
‘We will do our best to save, and
our own lives,’ he answered* ‘Even
though the door gave way, with my
rifle I can do much to save us.’
Once more a terrible blow was
dealt upon the door, and at the same
moment came a vivid flash of light
ning, followed by a peal of thunder
that seemed to shake the solid earth.
So tremendous was the blow the
savages dealt that the prop against
the door gave way, and fell from its
place, and the door itself trembled
as though it was coming down. The
heart of Reuben sank within hisi
breast. Another such a blow must |^ a General Assembly of Geor-
pLjce them at the mercy of the sav- gia Passed at the Session, 1871,
ages. Only iiis rifle would stand be
tween them and death. But at this
moment Providence interposed its
nand. As tnough the peai H thunder
had been a signal for the tempest to
commence, the rain came down in
torrents. Not knowing the execution
Lieir last blow had done, ihe savages
hesitated as the storm broke upon
A little way from the cabin stood
a large oak that the settlers had
spared for its beauty and grateful
shade. To the shelter of this the
savages fled, to wait until the tem
pest was over. Thus our friends had
a respite for a time. Hastily Reuben
replaced the prop, and did his best
to make the door secure again.
Suddenly there came a vivid Hash
of lightning, followed by a report
that seemed to shake the earth as
though it was a leaf suspended in
mid-air. For a long lime they sat
halt dazed and stunned by the re
port; and when at last they were
themselves again, the rain had
ceased. A bright light shone with
out, and Reuben once more gazed
through the crevice to see what it
The oak was riven into a thousand
fragments, and its trunk was on fire.
Scattered among the debris, lay the
mangled forms ol the savages. The
same blow that had blasted the oak
had deprived them all of life.
What Constitutes a Providen
tial Call.—This is a question on
which most ministers are, at some
time, required to settle. Perhaps
some light may be shed upon it by
the following item, furnished by a
missionary of the American Sunday
School Union, in Virginia. He has
been called on to establish a mission
Sunday school in a region of coun
try known as “Hell Bend,” and
more recently in another place bear
ing the not euphonious or auspicious
appellation ol “Rowdy,” with good
success in both instances, and is re
minded by his experience of that of
a young Southern minister, who,
when abuuL to leave the seminary,
received two calls—one from a
large and wealthy congragation, the
other from a small band of Chris
tians, reduced in circumstances and
dwelling among a perverse genera
tion. He was asking advice of his
aiher, in the hearing of an old fam
ily servant, which of the- two calls
he should accept. Old Sambo spoke
out and said : “Massa John, I can
tell you which of dem churches you
must go to ; better you go whar dar
is the least money and the most deb-
A looker-on at our elbow, fresh
from reading the report of the-late
meeting of New York tax-payers in
Cooper Hall, over the account of the
Tammary ring, suggests: “Some
times there is most devil where
there is most money.
The]Insect World.—Every female
insect, with the single exception of
a few social species, such as honey
bees, and perhaps ants and white
ants (Termites) perish in the course
of the same season, after laying their
first and only batch of eggs. Their
race is then run, the goal is then
reached, and they retire from the
course, to give place lo that new
generation of the same species.
The advocates of women’s rights
in Germany are jubilant. An emi
nent jurist asserts, in the Berlin
Cross Gazette, that the constitution
of the German Empire confers the
right to vote on every woman over
twenty-one years of age. Other
•competent authorities take the same
Dr. Voelk, of Vienna, who has
the reputation of being more famil
iar with Persian affairs than any
other man in Europe, predicts that
the famine in Persia will have in
the beginning of spring terrible con
sequences for Europe and America.
He says that the cholera will, in
January, penetrate with redoubled
virulence through the Caucassirn
countries into Russia, and spread
thence all over the west and south
of Europe, and soon after reach
Scott and Book Borrowers.—Mr.
Mackenzie, in his “Life of Scott,”
described a novel and happy plan
used by the novelist lo prevent the
loss of his books. Whenever he
lent a book, lie took a piece of wood
of the exact size of the volume; pas
ted on one of the edges a slip of
paper on which were written the
title of the book, borrower s name i public officers and qualifying them.
135 To regulate and fix the pay of
Grand and Traverse Jurors in the coun
ty ot Crawford.
136. To provide for opening and clear
ing out Cedar Creek, in the county
Wilcox, and fixing a penalty lor ob
structing of the said stream.
137. To repeal an act consolidating
the offices of Tax Receiver and Colluctoi
for Charlton county.
138. To compensate Grand and retit
Jurors for the county of Paulding.
139. To repeal an act entitled an act
to authorize the payment of costs due
the officers of the Court of Bartcw coun
ty, and to provide therefor, approved
October 27, 1870.
140. To amend an act entitled an act
to incorporate the Habersham & Union
Turnpike Company and grant certain
privileges to the same, and for other
purposes mentioned, and to change the
name of the same.
141. To amen ! an act entitled an act
to authorize the Mayor and City Coun
cil of Atlanta to provide for the intro
duction of Water Works in said city,
aud for other purposes, approved Sept.
142. To incorporate the town of Rut
ledge in Morgan county.
143. To punish any person or persons
who shall assume to perform the duties
of Constables in the city of Savannah,
unless he or they have been elected, ap
pointed or qualified iu accordance with
the statute of the State of Georgia.
144. To repeal certain sections of an
act entitled an act to charter the Geor
gia Mutual Fire and Life Insurance
Company, aud tho several acts amenda
145. To constitute a Board of Com
missioners for the county of Merriweth-
er, State of Georgia.
146. To amend the charter of the
city of Atlanta, by prescribing for the
election of a Recorder and Auditor, and
to prescribe their duties.
147. To incorporate the Dollar Sav
ings Bank of Fort Valley.
14S. To create a new Judicial Cir
cuit of the counties composing the South
ern, Macon and Middle Circuits, to pro
vide for the appointment of Judge there
of, and for other purposes.
149. To legalize the subscription of
Iudian Springs to the Griffin, Monticel-
lo and Madison Railroad Company.
150. To change the time of holding
the fall term of Lee Superior Court.
151. To authorize the Ordinary of
Pulaski county to issue bonds to build a
152. To make penal the selling of
personal property which has been mort
gaged as a security for the payment of
debt, and to provide for the punishment
of the same.
153. To assist the Georgia Infirmary,
154. To require the several Judges of
the State to give specially in charge to
the Grand Juries sections 4409 and
and 4491 of the Code.
155. To extend the provisions of the
11th section of the act approved Feb’y
22, 1850, in relation to Tax Receivers
and Collectors of Chatham county.
156. To prevent hounding and kill
ing deer in the county of Laurens dur
ing the months of May, June, July,
157. To incorporate the Georgia
Diamond and Mining Company.
158. To amend the road laws of the
State so far as they relate to the coun
ty of Lumpkin.
159. The amend the acts incorpora
ting the village of Cave Spring, Floyd
160. For the relief of B. Chancey,
Tax Collector of Early county, for the
161. To legalize the subscription of
the town of Madison to the Griffin, Mon-
ticello and Madison Railroad Company.
162. To provide for the time of hold
ing the Superior Courts Eastern Judi
163. To require the Judges of the
Superior Court of this State to give in
especial charge to the grand juries, Sec-
tion|1436 of the Code.
164. For the relief of Zeba King.
165. To require Clerks of Superior
Courts to provide blanks with printed
instructions for taking interrogatories.
166. To provide for a county Board
of Commissioners for Decatur county,
and to prescribe and define the powers
and duties thereof.
167. To repeal an act entitled an act
to amend an act assented to August
168. To authorize the appointment
of an Auditor in ease of law or equity
169. To authorize the local authori
ties of Chatham county to change or
abolish the road leading from the Isle
of Hope to the main road, in Skidaway
170. To limit the time of service of
Petit Jurors in the Superior Court of
171. To relieve joint debtors by judg
172. To incorporate the town of Re-
Baca, and for other purposes.
173. To create a Board of Commis
sioners for the couuty of Liberty, &c.
174. To alter, change and amend an
act entitled an act to incorporate the
town of Decatur.
175. To provide for taking bond of
and place of abode, date of lending,
and day on which it ought to be
returned; and put this upon the
shelf in the place whence the work
had been removed; and there stood
a record and a reminder until ihe
volume was returned.
176. To change the time of holding
the Superior Court of the county of
Jasper in the Ocmulgec Circuit.
177. To repeal section 812 of Irwin’s
Code, and to prescribe the mode of tax
ing shares in banks and other corpora
tions having banking privileges.
178. To create aboard of roads and
revenue in ihe county of Dawson.
179- To eufnrce article 5, section 12,
paragraph 2, of the Constitution.
189- To- authorize the Ordinary of
Campbell county to isfuo bonds to raise
money to pay lor the building cf a court
181. To compensate Ordinaries, Sher-
;lls aud Clerks ot the Superior Court,
1 Si. 1 o authorize Calloway Camp-i
bell of Murray county to erreet a mill-
dam across the Oonnesauga River on.
his own Lnd iu the 10th, 7th, and 3d
153. To a^aeml an act passed by the
Legislature o.' Georgia Dec. 27, 1847,
ncorporating Dio Evergreen Cemetery
Company of Bonaventine.
154. To legalise the actions of the
Clerk ol the Superior Court of Wilcox
county as Ordinary of said county, and
to authorize said Clerk to levy a tax
for county purposes for the year 1S71.
1S5 To incorporate the Macon and
Chattahoochee Raiiroad Company.
156. To change the time of holding
the Superior Court in Campbell county.
157. I o repeal an act to amend sec-
ion 3151, part 2, title 9, chapter 14, of
the Revised Code.
18S. To incorporate the town of Law-
189. To incorporate the town of
Whitney, iu Calhoun, and for other
purposes therein mentioned, and to reg
ulate the retail of spirituous liquors
within the corporate limits.
190. To alter and amend an act to
incorperate the town of Montyzuma, in
the county of 31 aeon, and to provide for
an election, approved November 12,
191. To amend an act incorporating
the Atlantic and Great Western Canal
192. To provide tho mode of adju
dicating the rights of parties under ar
ticle 9 of the Constitution of this State.
193. To amend the 3d section of an
act providing for the seting apait of
Homestead of realty and personalty.
Approved Oct. 3, 1S6S.
194. To secure the several counties
of the State of Georgia from costs.
195. To abolish the offices of the West
ern and atlantic Railroad, &c.
196. To incorporate the Merchants
and Mechanics Savings Bank of Colum
197. To make it penal to withhold
money or personal property belonging
to tbe State* of Georgia.
. 198. For farming out the convicts of
the Penitentiary of the State of Georgia,
and for olher purposes.
199. To extend the right of dissolving
garnishment to persons other than de
200. To refund to Jackson, Lawton
& Bassinger, a certain amount of mon
201. To provide for the payment of a
portion of the funds raised for school
purposes in tbe city of Columbus.
202. To increase the pay of Jurors in
the counties of Stewart, Webster,
Troup, Terrell, Spalding, Gordon,
Paulding, Early, Miller, Green. Mur
ray, Quitman, Fayette, Clayton, Lump
kin, Heard, Clarke, Cobb, Cbattaboo*
chee, Henry, Taylor, Telfair, Thomas,
Decatur, Habersham, Monroe, Dooly,
Jasper, Houston, Worth, Macon.
203. To require the Ordinaries of the
several counties in the State in issuing
orders on the several couuty treasurers
to specify in said order the particular
fund out of which said order ought
rightfully to be paid.
2*04. To allow plaintiffs in execution
a right to recover damages in certain
205. To incorporate Doraville in the
county of DeKalb, and to appoint com
missioners for the same, and for other
purposes therein mentioned.
206. To incorporate the Rome and
Raleigh Railway Company, and for
207. To provide for suits against joint
obligors in the City Court of Savannah.
208. -To provide a remedy by which
money or property, fraudulently or uns
lawfully converted or detained from the
State of Western and Atlantic Railroad,
may be recovered, &e.
209. To incorporate tbe town of East
man, and to repeal all previous acts in*
corporating the same.
210. To alter and amend section 4779
of Irwin’s Revised Code.
211. To authorize the Ordinary of
Cherokee county to issue bonds of said
county for the purpose of building a
212. To incorporate the LaGrange
and Barnesville Railroad Company,
213. To incorporate the Mechanics’
and Traders’ Bank of Georgia.
214. To amend the act to prescribe
the practice in cases of injunction and
other extraordinary remedies in equity,
and the manner of taking judgments
thereon to the Supreme Conrf.
215. To amend sections 9 and 10 of
an act entitled an act to carry into ef
fect the 2d clause of tbe 13th section of
5th article of the Constitution, approved
February 15, 1869, so as to provide for
the furnishing of panels of Jurors in tbe
trial of criminal cases in certain cases.
216. To amend an act to incorporate
the town of Hawkinsville, in the connty
of Pulaski, to define the limits of the
217. General Appropriation act.
21S. Atlanta City Court. (Incorpor
219. To promote tho propagation of
shad fish in the Savannah river, and to
impose a penalty for fishing in said river
on Sunday or Monday.
220. To provide for the mode of fill
ing vacancies in the office of Ordinal
which may now or