the daily sun,
The Arkwright Amateurs, of Sa
vannah, are playing a new piece un
der the title of “Captain Jack,” writ
ten expressly for the Association.
Rebecca Pratt, a four-months ola
twenty-two^pounder, took u prize at
the Macon Pair, and Miss Peyser got
the milk maid prize. Miss Jones’
hacker challenges any lady to milk
against her for five hundred dollars.
The executive committee, with
other leading officers of the State
Grange, has just held a meeting in
Macon. Last February there were
thirteen Granges in Georgia; now
they are sixty, and by next Christmas
it is believed, there will be two hun-
Several of the volunteer military
companies of Savannah have instruct
ed their officers to vote agaiust a
parade of the First Volunteer R gi-
mtnt on the 4th of July next, and it
is believed that all of the companies
will acquiesce m the movement. The
proposition is that the parade shall
take place on the 21st of July, the
anniversary of the first battle of Ma
nassas—an event which will ever be
remembered as glorious r.nd honora
ble in Southern history.
James Welch, charged with killing
a white man named John Butler,
with n slat from a mosquito net frame,
last November, and who left the city
immediately after the occurrence, was
arrested in this city last Friday night
Me was armed to the teeth, but offered
no resistance. Me was placed in con
finement. Welch stated to the officers
that he had been in Florida princi
pally since he left Augusta. He
walked through the country from that
State to Berzelia, where he got on the
train and came to within a mile and
a hall of Augusta, where be got off,
and proceeded the rest of the way on
Miscellaneous It* ms,
The debt of New Tors city has in
creased $12,000,000 since the “ re
form” party came into power.
The Washington Chronicle denies
that Speaker Blaine has purchased an
interest in that paper “with the view
to a candidacy for the Presidency.”
The outlets of the Mississippi are
sa d to be closing up. Government
granted aid to keep them open, but it
is said not to have been efficiently
The Buffalo Courier thinks that
“there is more real life and spirit in
tho movement of the Western
‘granges’ thou in all the other poli
tics of the Union added together.”
The New York Evening Post makes
the sweeping statement in regard to
our national legislators that common
honesty appears to be dead, and even
that arbitrary governor of men’s ac
tions, honor, is so shamefully distort
ed as to be undistinguislmble from
A committee of the Mobile Corn
ell report that on the 9th instuDt
there was a deficit of $-12,941 77 in
the city finances, and that the city
will be unable to meet its July cou
pons and bonds. The total bonded
debt of the city is $4,361,800.
The Allen county (Ohio) Demo
crats propose the formation of a new
party in that State, and call upon
nouest men of all political organiza
tions to meet with them in Mass Con
vention at Columbus, June 30, to de
vise a plan to rectify things.
The stage routes of the territories
are to be investigated by a special
agent of the Postoffice Denartment,
before the letting of the new mail
contracts in September, in order to
discover what grounds tnere may be
to the repoits of frauds in the length
ol roads and the frequency of the
The Clurk (Vu.) Courier says: Last
week a case involving the provisions
of the act passed by tho last Legisla
ture, authorizing the abatement of
interest during the war, was tried be
fore Judge Turner, of the Circuit
Court of this county, who, after hear
ing arguments of both sides of the
question, decided the luw unconstitu
The debt of North Carolina now
amounts to more than $31,000,000.
The question of paying it has been
repeatedly ignored by the State Legis
lature, and now u most summary
way of disposing of it is suggested
Mr. W. A. Smith, Republican Con
gressman elect irom the Ruleigh Dis
trict, has published a letter favoring
its absolute repudiation.
Tne London correspondent of the
New York Graphic says that there is
something in the rumor that Mr. Jus.
Gordon Bennett is about- to start u
daily journal in London, to he the
Herald of that old fogy city. The
story is that Mr. Fitzjames Stephens,
the most powerful journalistic writer
in England, is to lie the editor, with
a salury of 415,000 a year, and that
the expenditure for news and tele
grams is to be on u scale to astonish
Wm. H. Powell, the artist, is work
ing steadily upon h,s picture o' the
battle ot Lake Erie, ordered by Con
gress in I860, and stretched in an
Te clip the folluwiag letter from ihej
Gfonbus Enquirer, As will be seen, it
I® wtten by » colored nun who emig.v-
Columbus Georgia, to Liberia,
^*4 Hill, Grand Ban-a Cocntv, )
Krpubuc of Libkiiia, V
WFt CoAsr Africa, March 22,1873 )
Mr. T. > y ThrtviUt:
Mv g IB —tliiA t.pp .r unity
| lsll try to give you u fund
shadow o ni y j lle j n X^Ueria during the
io«o***L*l Mn-cogee depot April 28,
tube, and ay. r d in Liberia on the first
day of Ju.y> t |, e samt . ] partly
acclimated 0Be R,, v . j. yy V on
Broun, a resist on gt John's river,
about nine mq, )rom t |, 0 aboard, at
whiob place 1 miained one year; after
whiob time I moved out into the
woods on a pit. 0 f land of my own
*" on * t "f' ve _ Sen from the sea
board. There I to work, cotnpar
lively with no toolq U( i aith the African
fever with all, for h „i tbe fever , fost
and lust, all of luunltis. I
went to work on m. place in the year
18b9, on a small goal,*,, y t,ad no tools
except my hoe, and tb^t year I raised
only s few potatoes, fettle own, and
oane enough only to oq] and make
about four gallons ol syrn, j f onD a onti
however, oil tbe trial of i„ corn tbl8
coontry, that for the prdd,tion of that
article, arrow root, Biug-iooffee, sugar
cane, ground nuts, and oth< articles t'o
numerous to mention, the wdj n,ts never
produced a better country tb« t |,j 8
Io tbe year 1871 I was *(«, to make
four barreis of syrup and fifty umbels of
In tbe year 1872 I got me a ox an d
went to ploughing, ana from t 9 cro p
plunted in 1872 (which Funi now wiping
in this present year! I have lvali,. up
to this date 866 guilous of thick yru.»
and 400 pounds of sugar, and 1 au^iy
bail done getting out.
Now, I have been in the country l*,g
enough to have some idea of it. Vey
tables of every description, ocmmon\
tropical climatc-s, will grow here.
When Mr. Philip Monioe wj*s leavini
this country for America, in »870, w- (
wrote oy him several letters o you, Mr.
Smith, and the colored Baptist Church
tu Columbus, but I have never received
any answer from aDy of the parties, and
we have never beard from Mr. Monroe
since. We don’t know whether he is
living or «tead.
My wife enjojs better health in this
country than she did at liume, and she is
now making t^ine of the wild cherries
ana pineaophs, which articles grow
very numerous in this country; and she
makes the Dost cordials of bananas.
I nave about seven huudred coffee
trees, some of wnich are bearing. This
rain I expect to plant out a large quan
tity—they will be.»r within four years
from tne beny.
Please have the kindness to write me
by the first post the current prices of
tools and machinery in your country,
vz: What will be the Cvst of a common
still, one of a hundred callous: a steam
sugar-mill aoout five-hor e power; a box
of axes, plains, drawing-knives, chisels
and such tools that are suited for larming
8o far as the country is concerned, if
we had sufficient means—I mean ma
chinery for manipulating and muuufac-
Hiring the different .articles that is sus
ceptible of being produced by the
coun ry—no greater has ever been dis
covered by man
Our forest abounds with,dye-wood or
ever) description. Our} fields abound
with palm trees and medical herbs. And
the bowels of tne earm are tilled with
earning wealth and precious stones. But
we have no menus of developing tue
spontaneous wealth ol the c »uut»y.
As 1 have different clerks, from lime
to time, who do mv writiug, my letters
will uppeitr in uillereut huudwritiug, not
withstanding my name will always appear
written in my own ha d.
I have much to say, but must come to
I am, anc* shall ever remain, very res
pectfully, ) ours,
P. S.—Please give my regards tc the
color- il BaptDt Church iu Columbus.
It was stated some time ago that a
number of docnmtMite that bad been de
posited iu the public archives at Wash
ington were missing. It was charged,
also, that Gen. Baden, Gen. Grant’s bi
ographer, the American Consul at Liv
erpool, hud carried ofl a number of them
which were ri-taiued iu his possession.
Later discoveries mow that all tho pa
pers relating to t ic secret history of "the
rebellion” are missiug— those, we pre
sume, that Col. Pickett sold at a round
price, included. A speed >1 dispatch from
Washington to the Boston Past says thut:
“Within a few days, it has been dis
covered that a 1 .! tho archives of tho War
Depuitlhent pertaining to the secret his*
lory of the rebellion have been atolcu.
It is known tuat th« y were all in tbe War
Office when Mr. Htuntou retired. He hud
them systematically briefed und stowed
away iu a safe place, und, had he lived
and reuiitned hi publie life, they would
probably have figured largely in pre
venting the appoiuimcut of men to < flloa
who have since uh wu tliut they were no
better fitted for the civil service than
they were lor positions of trust and high
command in the army. .These private
archives covered a period ot time from
the first buttle of Bull Hud down to tbe
surrender of Lee’s arm). They embraced
orders f..r courts martial, with their find
ings—some of them sentencing the of
fenders to be shot—records of which the
people were ignorant.*'
M P GALCERAN. ~
Havana Cigars* Dealer in Tobacco, etc.
O FFI ’E AND SALESROOM—No. 9 BROAD fll., NEXT DOOR TO A. T. F.NNET'B CARRI40E BHOP,
ATLANTA, GA. June6-3tn
80UTHEKIK TERRA COTTA WORK
T HE nndaraigned nave xneir works In tall ope**-
tlon and are now prepared to receiveord rs tor
all kinds of
TERRA COTTA WORKS
WINDOW O A I*
Enrichments for Corn ices, such as
Brnnkcta, Atednllf on,
And everything In tbs Architecture lli> >.
KHunjs ni m thph, iahkh,
STAT! AB\ Jfl..
Also Manufacturers of
SEWEn PIF E
From 8 locbes to 8 Inches In dltrustor, ilso.
Interior Decorations, such as
Cesttf Pieces, Cornices, Etc.
PERLEtlRINI * OIOBM.
rpHH famous Cough and Lnng Remedy is tbe ac-
JL tlvu principle, ohiained by chemical process
from the •-Globe Flower,” known also as “Button
Root,” end in Botany as "Oephaianthns Oociden.
tolls.’' This rare and delightful oompound ia a
certain onto for orory form of
CoHgh, Urohrhitls, Hoarseness, Whoop-
Ing Cough, Asthma, die..
And will positively cure
When token In ilme, as thousands will testify. It
cures wheu all other means and remedies fell. It
' as cured people who are living to-day with only
do remaining lung. Within the past few years
Ms rnmedy has been used in thousands of oases
Hh astonishing and uniform suooeas. Actual ex-
P»ienco baa demonstrated the fact that it ap-
P*Vche* nearer a specific for all Throat and'Luug
*“*tiona than anv medicine ever discovered. It is
n *Jnly now being used and recommended by tbe
lea.-ned and skilled pnysicisns, but by tbe
distinguished persons on the amerl-
Or. J. 8 EMBERTON A CO., of Atlanta, Ga.
the proprttors and manufacturers. For sale by
all druggia everywhere. Prico one dollar per bot
Its enres cumbered by thonsands. It fall-
K W IHPttdVKD
HOUEfflDTLE SEWING MACHINE
PRICE »ROM $25 TO $75.
O UH MACHINE is a Hhuitle Matine. and do
all kinds of work equally as \*u „ any big
priceo machine it durable, ngut ruotng aud war
raute<l tor live yeais. Wo receive alt« a t every day
certificate* from parties residing In be city, and
from all parts of tbs countvy, wucUcite % wl o apeak
in the highest terms of the “N*w Iiaptved Homs
ATLANTA AUCTION HOUSE.
. H. H. WITT k R. W. JOYNER will give their unite.' services to the sate of
uny goods that may bo entrust© i tc them. They will have a competent Auctioned
PROMPT And PAZTfiCFUXj RETURNS
to patrons. Goods for sale will be brought to their house FREE OF CHARGE.
We refer, by
Atlanta Nationul Bunk.
Citizen’s Bank of Georgia,
State National Bank,
John H. James, Banker.
W. M. & R. J. Lowry, Bankers ami
A. C. A B. F. Wyly, Wholesale Grooeri-j
J. R. Wyl^y & Oo., Wholesale Grocers.
No. 34. Peachtree street, opposite T. M. Cla ke A Ce.. Atlanta.
Silvey, Dougherty k Co., Wholesale Dry
Moore, Marsh & Co., Wholesale Dry
M. O. & J. F. Kiser, Wholesale Dry
Williams, Langston A Crane, Wholes
Redwine & Fox, Wholesale Draggists.
Henry Banks & Son, Wholesale Shoe
Cox & Hill, Wholesale Lfquor Dealers.
A. T. FINNEY.
M A N IJ F A O T TT R K R
DEALER IN CARRIAGES,
8UCH AS ARE NEEDED FOR THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
ILEDUOJHD FEIOEB i
Using nothing but the very beat Material, Employing none
equaled by nonr, I am prepared to acll the earn
Duplicated bv anv other Manufacturer
I make a Speciality ol Harness ol every class,
Only SO Cents per Bottle^
K rronotn th. GROWTH, HtBimilTM
Uke COLOR, and lncr*r«M the Vigor
and BEAUTY of tho HAIB.4 1
graduato of Prinoskea
la derived from tha Greek, “ Katmo," Jr-
—.. cleemte, jnirifv. r^junnaU, or rutort. Tho
favor it haa received, ana tne posularity ithaa obtained,
la rnprecodentod and incredible. It incroaaoa tho
i JmowTB and Baxtmr of tho H*ra. It ia a delightful
i Ireeaing. It erndlmtoa Dnndniff. It prevents the
—*—'*—gray. It keepa tho headoool, and
h, auft, gloeey npnearanoe. It fa the
uin: in Qt'Airrmr end Omr,mr na ft waaover a Qtrai
Country Store* at only Fifty ContapevI
CARR. I AGEN.
“Carriagea Renovated on Bbort Notice, and all work warranted to give general satisfaction.-
W. Lane, in bankruptcy.
t> trace, a week for *
that 1 have been appointed aaaifcnee of the estate of
Ourtle W. Lane, of Wultfield county, In said Dis
trict, who haa been adjudged a bankrupt upon his
peUtion by tb* District Court of aald District
Richardson, In bankruptcy.
This la to give Lotlco once a week for three weeka
that I have been appointed aamguee or the estate of
Kobt-rt Uicbardiion, of FI >yd county, in aald Dir-
trict. who bae been ad<udg> d a bankrupt upon hla
own petition by ti e DMflM OMfl *
of tho United Htatea, North-
Tills is to give nottO' once a week for I hr
that I have been appointed astlguee of the
John Moore, or Kioyd county, In »aid Dim
has h en adjudged a bankrupt upon Ma <
Mon by the Dlatrict Court of •
Northern District of Georgia-In the matter of
Hampton W. Collier—In Bankruptcy.
This la to give notice, once a week for three
weaka, that I have beeu appointed assignee of the
estate ot Uatu tm W. Ooiiier. of Cher kee county,
In said Dlatrict, who has been adjudved a tunkrapt
upon his own poUtton by the District Court for aaid
Dlautct June 14th, 1878.
Et DEBT B M0DANIF.E. Aaslgme.
Juni7 Carte-sville, Ga.
Established 14 Years
J HTJt jy'll.l Ull iJTKTiTV TSOJT
l.«rgest, Cboapeat and Best In the South.
. less than it will coat a student to attend
efflclcntand combined course of study through tha
operations In the Actual Busineas Di-pai tment, and
the success of tha graduates rants It the
LEADINO BUH1NK8S. SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH
Sludonts 'admitted at any time. Ne teaching In
class-*. Business Advocate mailed to any add
Fhkk Address B F. MOOltE A. M
tanJflwly _ President.
UNITED 8TAT4 INTERNAL REVENUE, I
C01 hKCToa's Orrirr.. 4th DtnnuoT. O*., I
A'lento, May J7th. 1878. )
N 'OTICE 1* hereby given tnet the following
seisurca have been made by me, U».wit:
Three packages of Corn Whisky, contaiDlng ab«ml
40 nallons eacti, for vlotatiou of Hec. 48, Act June
aotb. 1884, aa the property or Cbaa. P. atv allt, ol
Two packages containing respectively 81 gallons
Corn Wetaky; and 31 gallons Rye Whisky, and rour
empty barrels hevlng stamps and iua>ks not etisced,
or violation of Pec. M and 43, «ct
the property of J.
■Oi " packaip! c _ _ _
Whiaky. for vioiallou of See. 48, Act June 30th, le84,
aa the property of Uryton A Hm.th. of A'Jauta, Ga.
Any person or pereona claiming any of aald prop.
‘ ‘ * appear and inako aoch ejair-
__ .... *• *— M -*—bon
July 30th. lbC8, u
lai ta. Oa.
ing about 18 gai
A poBtliumous volume of poetry liy
Lamartine liae just appeared. It con
tains some of bis early pieces, which
lie in all probability thought un
worthy to see the light, and among
others a tragedy entitled “Zoraide.”
In it there is, of course, a confidant p p r . r fp l K|u Mills
who bears the name of Einest-a * anilJZ rOTTapie JUJUS
within thirty days Lorn date her of aud giva bond
as reriulied by law; otherwise tho same Will be sold
1 snd tne net proceeds deposited t«• tbe credit of lha
Secretary of thaTreaaury.
may39 wilt J. A. HOLIZOLaW. Coltoctof.
unfinished condition on the wall of 8in g H i ar un i 01 j 0 i ancient aud mod-
one of the marble staircases of the
Senate lost winter. The artist has a
plan for dedicating the whole stair
case to the navy by calling it the
naval staircase, and painting three
medallion beaus of naval heroes on
each side wall, and surrounding them
with emblems and trophies.
The Turf, Field nnd Firm announce,
that JuDu Day. the celebrated Eoglinb
trainer, ia a bankrupt. Indorsing notea
did the bnamefa. He baa, however,
made satisfactory arrabgeroents with bil
Korcuri, M.ai-Huick r>wt
kail WtiMt Ki. iir - H«l.ct.d
I'r.ncb hut,r Htno, — o,.r
..UK! I.o. I. IIM - IM Mill
MmI. - All kina, nr Mill M.
chi . ry -H'.iuag OMb—U-rn
nlny Mills, Fries
MEND FOR (.TRTULAR
HTKAL'fl A CO..
Box 1480, CINCINNATI, 0
NITED 8TAT» 8 DINTR1CT OOURT-Nt
1 lint 1 lot Georgia—In tha matter of • h
. Bankrupts'-No. 581.
Alt persons intor-aled are notified to ah •
d from all thair ilabto. 1 he awoond
W. B. MM ITU, Clark
I N IV IM drift Court of tli« IJnltod Hlataa, Norlh-
ern Diair i t 01 Georgia. Iu tho matter of Robert
WMdow-, In bankruptcy.
Tit* la to giva notice once a weak for Ihreo weaka
that t have li-en appointed aMlguaa of the estate of
ltobwt Wuldowa, of Atlanta, tu tha couuty ul Kui-
ton. It aald Dlatrict. who haa been adjudged a bank-
ri.pt n|on hia own petition by the Dlatrict Court of
Juno 10th. 1875
THOMAS W HOOPER,
)«13-la«3w of Atlanta, Assignee.
- ^ — - j*
Northarn Diairtci of OaorgU—In tha m»Uer of
Alaxan-ler A. Lacenby—In bankruptcy.
This la to live uoiloa once a w*ak for three weaka
that I nave lean ap| olnttd Aaalgnea of the aatato of
Alaxaodar M. Laseuby, of Wa'kav c-utuy. la said
dlatrict, who has b«an adjudged a bankiupt upon
June 14.b, 1873.
Jwaaa Jay, of Walker eoant>, In said 1 lairiot, who
baa been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own peti
tion by tbe District Oourt for raid District. June
ltfth, 1873. DAVIS c. HUTTON Aaaignaa,
JuDlfiuawSw Laf ayette, Ga.
TUE BEST EXTANT
AS TR VERIFIED BY
An experience of oyer Twenty Years.
IT 18 MORE SIMPLE IN CONST RUCTION I
PERFORM! A GREATER VARIETY OP WORK!
RUNS LIGHT I
IS EXPEDITIOUS IN PERFORMANCE I
The Best Machine!
FOB ALL WORK.
Io ihrao raapeota wa Invito a Comparison, and war
OKr*»t entire saiiafhotlon with every Machine.
THE Ti O W IC
MIIIDW SLOW MIN,
OVER BEAMS, DROPPINQ 8TITOHES OR
BUEAKIEG * NEEDLES great objections to all
IT 8EWH A flOHT BEAM IN THE
H EAVIE3T GOODS!
Metalic CaffeiT^oi Casa ft
or all Stsee anti DtnriptlOBa
Ajeat for Tayl Preserver.
no. 1 iteoivrs opera houkr,
falfidfim AnktrtA. Oa.
A FEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A 4
Pure Blooming Complexion,
It la Pwraly Vegetable, and Ita operation Is
Been and felk at once. It does away with the
Flushed Appearance caused by Heat. Fatigue
an t Kicltemeut. Hralaand removes all Blotches
end Pimples, dispelling dark and unsightly
epota. Drives away Tan. Vm-klea and Brm-
kwrn, and by its gentle but powerful lnducayoo
mantles the faded cheek with
'youthful bloom Aim bractt.
Rdd by all I>rii t 'K«sta and Fancy Stores. Da*
pot, r»3 Park Plaoe, New York- ^ m ,
I N THE DISTRICT CGlttf of tha United Stoles,
of Georgia— In
Tola Is to giva notice « noe a waak for *hree weeka
that 1 have bean appointed Aaalgnea ol tbe < f
Uaahiugton lUuaom, of Walter county, iu aaid Dl*-
li.et, who haw been ad)udge« a bankrupt upon hla
(' md petition, by the Diairn t Court for aald district.
J me 16th, 1873
mUUr ol | or XKMHIOM.
that 1 have been ap^otntod Aaaignaa -f the aatato of
1 homes A. Duke, of Polk om.ty, lb aaid District,
who ha* been adjudged a bank npt upon ola own
pe liiou. i>y the Di*>rlctCoar< 'or aaid district. June
LEONARD H. WALHIOL. V^Rnea,
This la to giva uotie* ones a * oek for these weeks
that 1 have been appoint'd Assignee of the estate of
DautolC. Roberto, of Polk county, In aaid «ittrict.
wnd baa been adjudged a bankrupt upon kls 0wm
1 tout, by the District Court for aaid Die'riot.
JOSEPH A. BI.ACAaalgnea,
Cadmr Town, da.
Tha inventor, EL! AS HOWE, known aa the “Man-
tar of Master Mechanics.” once truly remarked,
'The Machine is MechanicallT Comet.’
While Marhlnsa of other Inventors have had an
ephemeral popularity-soma now aim *at unknown,
while otbera have ceased entirely to exist, aud a few
been compelled to make changes—a weak effort to
keep pace In part with the mechanic*, improvements
of tne day.
Whose combination of Mechanism was perfect from
tho first; besides now owning and has adopted all
the LATEST IMPROVED ATTACHMENTS
Koch t* the desire to obtain the HOWE It tOHlRl
that, although now manufartnrlng ONE TH 1 1U8AND
PER DAY, It is unequal to tue demand.
Wa respectfully invite all p-rsooa deetioua of par-
chasing A rilUff-CLAEd MACHINE, on LIBERAL
TERMS, to tail at our oAoe and examine tor them
THI HOW* MAOHUtB COMPANY.
trltlona, Dtnr^lo. AlftMNftvn and AnU-WUloui
whole I- preserved in a Sufficient quantity of
from I st PAROANNIO tatflMRl
elimrt -. .i. uuiakeathn a
go. of (h. mnat a«tnt>l. To«t»« »m4C.ta»r-
only to be need
*°They are the sheet-anchor of the feeWe and dehill,
taled. 7 They act npon a diseased Uvea, and stimulate
They are a aplendJd Appetiaer. They 0
gtrong. They —
purify and inrlgorate.
, , ilea of disorder* wkMfro
bodily airangth and b resit do up WRanf
£«pot, 63 Faik tWet, KewYsb, ..
TO THfc MOUNTAINS I
1 an rpikd vodr RCKan at tbs
Towhl-.t- has bean added seven large cottage wwma.
For information, address
jobkdfit A. J. HEALAN, Proprtator.