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W, A. HARP.
L. B. ANDERSON.
COVINGTON. MAY 2, 1866.
“Watchman what of the. Night.”
Tin? ilnrk eluud* that lowered in tlie
political horizon of tlie South had scarce
began to disappear, when new proposi
tions from the “African Party” are made
which will make bleed anew the wounds
of the South, and cause those v.ho desire
the permanent rc-estaldishment of the
Government tc> doubt the fact. The joint
commit tee on reconstruction have made
their report to Congress, proposing
amendments to the Federal Constitution
to be ratified by the Southern States, as
ti condition precedent to tlicir admission
. intothe I hion. and' these auicii'lincnts
njicriiting almost entirely against one see
lion of tlie I’nion. Most nssnrclly tliis
is tlie ‘Mark night of our ailveisitv. M AVc
are timid tlie tempestuous bilious of the
ocean, ltshcJ into wild fury by the blind
ed fanaticism of men who are determined
to force political depredation upon an un
fortunate and helpless section. Tlie re.
sjF of tlie agitation of slavery, and the
failure to respect inalienable rights, was
civil war. Defeat and disaster followed
the cause of the South, and it finally cul
minated in the dispersion of armies and
in complete overthrow. Passion had dis*
fipated, and reason resumed its domin
ion—our error was acknowledged—laws
in conilict with those of the Federal Gov
ernment were repealed, and laws appli
cable to our peculiar condition were en
acted—our allegiance and loyalty was
renewed, and it was a conceded fact that
the Union was saved. Although shocked
and reeling under the withering blows
occasioned by the rebellion, the remnant
. of the. Nation was rescued from the
hands of its “nud and frenzied enemies.
Bonfires were built, and towns illumina
ted in honor of the event, and the thun
dering peals of the caTinon echoed the
fact throughout the length and breadth
of the North. Certain requirements wc-lP
known to all were asked for and strictly;
complied with, these were deemed sufti-j
cient to appease the v.rath.of the final-,
ics, and satisfy tlie most exacting persons.;
The work of restoration went rapidly on.j
and the Chief Executive, clear in his;
ideas of duty, and undoubted integrity,!
and enlarged patriotism, issues his procla- j
mation, declaring peace to the country.
Did this bring peace, restore quiet and
ra tisfv the nationßy no ■ means, hut j
the harbinger of anew theory, it is fob j
• lowed by unearthly howls from tin- ‘•Afri
can Party,” by new and tyranieal condi-'
lions, unsustained by the Constitution, in
deadly conilict with the spirit of our in- 1
stitutions, and violative of every princi-j
pie of republican liberty. This is the;
kind of support that is given the Presi
dent in his efforts to pacify the country !
' and restore the Nation to its quondam
standing and purity.
Then “Watchman what of the night?"!
Is this condition of affairs auspicious?!
\Ye speak the sentiment of our heart, and 1
must in all candor, confess tliat we Fee!
nothing encouraging but tlie clouds low
ering arc dark and portentious.
What the South has Lost.
Mathew F. Maury, ex-director of thej
National Observatory at Washington, but,
now a resident of Mexico, is on a visit to]
Pari*, soliciting aid in Franco and Eng-]
land for destitute Southerners, lie ha?
written a three-column letter to the Lon
don Morning Herald, in which lie gives
the following estimate of the losses of
the South, caused by the war:
“I estimate the nmonnt ol the pecu
niaiy losses of the Southern Confedera
cy, in theit lato attempt, at independence,
to be not less than §7,000,000,000, viz:
% emancipation, §3,000,000,000; ex
penses of the war, §2,000,000,000; de
struction of private property, $1,000,-
000 , additional taxation imposed by the
victor for payment of federal war debt,
say §10,000,000 per annum, equal to 5
percent, interest on $1 000,000,000. —
Total, $7,000,000,000. This falls upon
loss than eight millions of whites, who
have, moreover, in addition, to contrib
ute largely towards the support of the
four millions of th? blacks who have been
tuddenly turned loose among them, and
who, for the presont at least, are ineapa
blo of caring for themselves. This §7,-
000.000,000 of money was the accumu
lated wealth of centuries ; it constituted
nearly tho whole industrial plant and cap
ital of the South.”
Treason. —A jury in Dandridgc coun
ty, Tcnn., have brought in a verdict of
“guilty,” in the case of a Confederate sol
dier who served during the war, and was
roguUrly paroled at the surrender of Gen.
Johnson, who was on trial for treason a
gainst tho state. Fortunately for a hun
dred thousand 4 ‘ rebs,” there is a higher
tribunal than nn East Tennessee jury.
Sending Negro Criminals South.
Quite a singular commentary upon flic
recent action of Congress in officially
protesting against and the pardoning of
criminals by European Governments on
j condition of their emigrating to the Uni
ted States, is furnished by the recent ae
ition of tlie Frcedinen’a Bureau here. Un
i«ler the orders of the Bureau, a large
j number of negroes confined in the city
Ijail, charged with larceny and other
'crimes, have Ic'en liberated on condition
that they would go to Louisiana. Tlie
black rascals of course were glad to get
off on such easy terms,, their travelling
expenses being paid and subsistence fur
nished them until they can he supplied
with places at “good wages’’ in the sugar
! State. Not to speak of the strange con
trast that this affords with the treatment
accorded to white criminals of the same
Igrade, it may well be doubted how far
the people of Louisiana will fancy the
conversion of their lovely parishes into
an ebony Botany Bay.— Correspondent
of the Chronicle and Sentinel.
An Extemu'e Tornado.— A sevoi®
storm, last Satiinkiy right, jvisseJ over a
portion of Burton’. Floyd, Polk, mid Cac
roll counties. We have heard of its rav
ages as far cast as Stilesboro*, and ex- 1
tending in a southwesterly direction
down into Carroll county. A gentle
man conjectures that, at least, a million
of pine trees were blown down in the
space of five miles in length and a half
mile in bredih. In the sweep of this hur
ricane hardly a pannel of fence or an out
building is left satnding. We have heard
of no lives being lost, or and .veilings being
blown down, yet the destruction of prop
erty was very great.— Home' Courier.
Georgia Railroad—Change o f Sched
ule.— On and after to-day, the 26th ulr.,
the trains will run as follows on this road:
Day passenger leaves Atlanta 8.05 A
M. and arrives at Augusta at 6.43 P. M.
Day passenger leaves Augusta at 7.00
A. M-, and arrives at Atlanta 6.38 P. M.
Night passenger leaves Atlanta 6.30 P.
M., and arrives at Augusta 6 30 A. M.
Night passenger leaves Augusta 5 30
P. M., and arrives at Atlanta 5.33 A. M.
Damage to the Cotton Crop. —New Or
leans, April 20. It is estimated that
there are only 3,000 bales of cotton up
Trinity river, Texas. The old crop is
nearly cleaned out. The water is verv
high and an inundation is feared. The
cotton in Louisiana and Texas not nffec-.
ted by tlu* rains-and frost looks well.—
The crevasses at Baton Rouge arc* widen
ing and the countty looks like an ocean.
The river is*rising and the Levee Com
missioners arc hesitating. The press is
very severe upon their hesitation.
Exciting NewsJrom Utah, if True. —
The Omaha (Neb.) Republican, of April
9th. in a double-leaded editorial, says :
Wc learn to-day by telegraph that the
greatest excitement prevails among the
Mormons, and a fixed determination on
their part out and exterminate all Gen
tiles. Eight men have recently been as
sassinated, four on yesterday, while the
editor of the Vidette, with nil other Gen
tiles, have been notified to quit the coun
try, or fare worse. Placards are posted
up in Salt Lake City, notifying all Gen
tiles to leave immediately.
Wc predict exciting news from Mor
mondom, and apprehend that the mili
tary will find ere long that the sent of
war has been transferred from the South
to the Land of Prophets.
One Hundred and Three Years Old. —
Mr. David N. Gordon of Curoll county
has informed us that while ho as J. P.
was hunting out the destitute of his dis
trict—the 4ih- -lie found Mrs. Rachel
Land who swore that she was one hun
dred and th r ec years old. Notwithstan
ding her extream age, she can, and is a
ble to walk about the house, yard nnd
garden. She was once a subject ot Great
Britain, then a citizen of the United
Mates—then of the Confcdeiatc Staten
and now again owei allegiance to the se
cond named government.— Keu-nan Her
Cotton Failure. —Vk hile the cotton
plant is doing well in many postions of
the upland country, we are informed that,
on account of tho defecting character of
the seed planted ou the water courses,
failure of a crop is itnmident. On the
lower Mississippi, this evil i9 appalling.
Failure to procure a “stand,’’ utken in
connection with the diminished amount
of labor, will spoil the calculation of those
at the North who are relying on a large
crop.- - Memphis Ledger.
The Crowing Crop. —We are pleased
to learn from our funning friends in the*
surrounding country, that the prospect of
the wheat crop in this section is good.
The wheat is looking well, and we have
every reason io believe that there will be
a good yield. Good stands of corn have
been obtained, and if the weather con
tinues seasonable, the crop will be large.
The freedmen seem to be working well
and on the whole, the farming prospect
is rather encouraging.-- Opelika Recor
What’s whisky bringing !’’ asked
a dealer, “Bringing men to the gallows,
and women and children to want,” wu*
Matrimony in Michigan. —The matri
monial condition of rome parts of Michi
gan is somewhat below the standard of
sound policy and morality, ns the follow
ing attested circumstances will show : In
one of the towns of that Mate a Mr. Gill
recently settled, and lived with a woman
lie said w.-.s his wife. A Mr. Ilosmer
elairned her. L-ts were drawn, the wo
man, by the wnv, holding them, and I lns
mer won her. This should have settled
the matter, but it didn’t. Mr. (Jii!, feel
ing disconsolate, opened negotiations, and
a” was soon nri-atigeiT, Ilosmer selling
all his right, title nnil interest in the wo
man for five pounds of maple sugar and
Gill’s note for seven dollars. The neigh
bors generally agree that Ilosmer got
the best of the bargain. This thing is
done very frequently in England, where
a man ha been known to sell bis wife
for ten pence, but it is somewhat of u
novelty in the United States.
Killed hg Lightning. —Wo learn that
the house of Mrs. Wyatt, above Hurri
cane Shoals, was struck by lightning on
Saturday, 2Ut ult, instantly killing three
of her children—one n grown (laughter.
Wc truly sympathise with this poor, af
flicted, widowed mother.
'Ac caution all persons not to stand
near chimneys, walls of houses, open
windows and trees during thunderstorms.
The safest position in-doors is the centre
of the room, and out-doors, about twenty
five or thirty feet from a tree; within that
distance life is endangered.—Spartan
burg Express , 2. r >th ult.
The Wheat Crop. —Planters give gen
erally cneouragcing accounts from the
country in regard to wheat crops. The
prospect is promissing and an abundant
yield is anticipated, a wheat crop in this
section is never certain untill it is harves
ted as it is liable to many disasters before
Advice to Bogs. —“ You are made to
be kind, generous and magnanimous,”
says Horace Mann. “ If there is a boy
in school who has a club foot, don’t let
hin know you ever saw it. If there is a
boy with ragged clothes, don’t talk about
rags inhis heating. If there is a lame boy,
assign him some part in the play which
does not require much running. If there?
is a dull one, help him to get his lesson.
Masonic — Correction.— A few days
since we copied an item from an ex
change, which stated that the Grand
Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of
Georgia would meet in Macon on the
first Wednesday in Juue
was an .W**are llte
Grand Master, to state that the state
ment is wrong, and that no such meeting
will 'take place. Our exchanges will
pleas copy.—Chronicle and Sentinel.
Puss'Him Rmmd. —Mr. J. J. MeMil
linn, a very tall, slim man, and watch
maker, dancing master and teacher of
guitar music, very unceremoniously left
here last Baturday night or Sunday mor
ning, leaving quite a number of unpaid
bills. \Yc hope our brethren of the press,
and all others, will be. more cautious a
bout trusting him than some we wot of.—
Admirable Joke of the Presid-nt.—
John Happy, of the Nashville Banner,
when applying for a pardon was asked by
the President what position he held dur
•ng the war, to which he replied, “A
quartermaster.’’ The Chief Magistt «it
eiticklcd and smiled, “My ancient and
venerab e friend,” he said, “if you think
your department of the rebellion endan
gered the Union cause, your simplicity
is a pardon in itself.
Another Steamer Burned. —The Sa,
vannnh liver steamer, W. G. Gibbons
was burned to the water’s edge about one
hundred miles below Augusta, on Wednes
day last. About five hundred bales of
cotton Merc on board, most of which was
lost. The few passengers nnd crew were
landed in safety. Steamboat accidents
have been quite numerous on the Savan
nah river during the past year. —Atlanta
How to have, a Kind llunhand. —A
correspondent g'ves a recipe for making
or keeping a good natured husband :
Keep his linen in prime condition, with
the requisite degree of stiffness ; never
let him know the want of a button ; give
him well bi oiled beefsteak, wholesome
bread and a sparkling cup of coffee for
his breakfast; keep squalling babies and
broken crockery out of his sight; do not
annoy him with the blunders and extrav
agance of “Biddy,” greet his evening
arrival with a ciean, lightsome face, well
combed hair and tr welcome kiss; have
ready a cheerful supper, a blight fire in
the grate, an easy chair with comforta
ble gown nnd slippers ; he merry and tell
him some agreeable news ; finally, give
him a well-made bed iu a cozy chamber.
The lawyer who filed a hill, shaved a note
eut an acquaintance, split a hair, made
an entry, got up a case,'framed an in
dictment, empaneled a jury, put them
into a box, nailed a witness, hammered a
judge and bored a >i whole court, alt in on**
day, bus since given up law »jv«. turned
Yankee and Southerner. —A freetl
man explains the difference between a
Yankee am! a Southerner, thus :
Now, white folks, I'sc a gwine to tell
you tie difference ’tween a Southern man
an’ do Yankee. Well, dc Southern man
he stop at de hotel, he ax for a room, he
get <le key ; lie say, ‘•Here Jiui. take my
valise.” When he git to tie room, lu
sty, “Jitn, you black rascal, brush my
coat anil Imots, ami he in a hurry.’’—
While I’sc Join flat, he wash hissclf,
coirth his*liar ami take a ilrink, ami when
l gives him tie boots he gives tne a dollar.
When tie Yankee stops at tie hold, he
say. “Mr. Johnson please black my boots
—Mr. .Johnson, please carry ills note to
Mr. Grab at the railroad depot—Mr.
Johnson, I guess I’ll have to trouble you
for a pitcher of water— Mr. Johnson.please
carry di* message to de telegraph office
—Mr. Johnson, I guess I ought to have
a cigar-run down and got tne a five
cent one.” 1 cum back ami speck, of
course, he gib bout two dollars, but stead
of given tne tie money, he ax me to take
a scat, anil tell him about my grandfath
er, my grandfather, my brudder, and my
B : stcr, and my cousin, and my old nrissii,
and how much I’sc nnikin, an I how old
i is, and all such nonsense, and den after j
awhile he say, “Well, Mr. Johnson, i|
guc-ss I’ll have to give you a dime before
1 leave here.” Now, white folk-*, dat’s
tie difference ’tween de Southern man'
and <le Yankee, and its every word true.
An ugly tragedy, in which four men
were shot, occurred in Hawkins county,
Tenn-, last Sunday during the preaching
of funeral setraoii of a man mimed Ellis,
who had been a rebel uddier. Two men,
byname Walters manifested a disposition
to disaturb the quietude of the assembly.
A man Ilord remonstrated; angry words
ensued; and Walters shot Hon!, wound
ing him severely in the thigh; whereu
pon Sam Smith, who had been a Confed
erate soldir,fired twice on Walters,killing
him instantly. The other Walters then
shot Smith, wountlii g him slightlly.
Smith then returned the fire, wounding
the scorn! Walters mortally, and then
Looking For- A Berth. —While the boat
was lying at Cincinnati,just redy to start
for Louisville, a young man come on bord
leading a blushing damsel by the hand,
approaching the clerk, in a suppressed
voice said: “I say, me and my wife has
just got mrrietl, and Fin looking for
accommodations.” “Looking for a berth?”
hastily inquired the clerk—passing tick
ets out to another passenger. A “ birth?
thunder an'* lightning, no!’’ gasped the.
-man, ain’4 but just got mar
ried! Wc want a place to stay all night,
you know, and—it bed.’’
l’resdent Johnson has invited the Su
preme Council of Southern Masons to
visit him. The Presiden. is a member of
Os twenty-one lots of kcorsenc oil late
ly tested at Providence, only five were
sale for illuminating purposes. The rest
were as explosive us gunpowder.
Young- ladies should never object
to being kissed by an editor, they should
make every allowance for the freedom of
.* i« cr lift- ill j l**-ii rr-turnl t<»ln a tli in n few
li> a \e x • un* 1 * r nie ly, «!O r lutlni* *utri re-l f.*r
•emd iimwiih i» •»»-re mil* nff ctr n nul (lint di--.nl
iiiviii", ti n—.C aiixinn lo make kn*wa (o his
l«! la-* »ll sere ill • 111 ill- <-• i III®
Ti II w*i.i«l «..« It h- "I konila nv*y ff (he p cscrip
«i nu» >1 ifre- • f ch.ri:®) »i«h (h- Ire-ilnns t rpr*p»rln(t
•ml u in*: besaina.whi.ti tay wll Hula sure Cure to*
• '•■ii-iiiui-ti-iii. A*t:>ni* Hronclut s. IVurlii.Oclils, mil all
Ti. .«» hh I Lnn-- AiS-.1l ns Mio o I* otij.etoi tl.e*U**r
tisrim s-m-l us tua I’re-ori ll n is ta lea-lit ihe af.lic'e I.
Hil l p -.-K.I Inf-iroi.t o Which h • roue I* •to l>o Ihtwlu •-
l>li-. 4ii«l ■*» hoc • eeerr suff.r< r wil tiy his remedy, as it
■ ill tin-in natlilnr. aid nisy pioroa bi-'iilW.
Pani s wi-tio? ih iireai-rlrt on. fire, l-y r-ium mil.
■ •ll pie So address K-.V. i DW A WII.*OX.
Willitinkhuryb. Hiu.-« Cos , Near York.
Errors Os Youth.
A Oentl-nin. wliosu'fsiel f'r«®ais fiiun Xervous D-'bll
lly rein .Hire Decay and all the etfert* «-f juulh*ul indls
ne.l n wil, tir I lie sake us anlfe/ii-g i.umnnly. •-ud frea
luiillwLo e-d it,'he recipe ami dire -tiau* t a tusklii* tin
►linil* leinedy bt which he wsa <ure.l wislil r
l, unfit by ti e odi-rtibei’s expe ience.c n da an by ad-
Strange, But True.
litsrj y-'iini! I* 7 and g.-ntb-man In the United FUN*
can h-.r-oatlnu-- eer- u.ticii tat eir advantage by re,
tuiiini.il (f.eeof chaise.) by a dr.s-l g h
rt-n-e luiio: P ars .-f be uk hwinl-uiueU Will obll/e Uy no
u'tiriUK till- rard. Ati other- will flow «. dress their
abe.lieuta rs.nt rn »S. * cIIAI-M vN.
J4„3‘ I_ y Ml Br- odway. PI F
AUoUlen Fleece Lodge, No 6
April 27, May 'ln, Ju»t -2.
July 27, August 24, September 21.
October 19, Scv mlier 23 l»w. 41, Kleitlon.
A. I*. A.MIUt-uN. W. M.
6. W. MGETEETSp.
(Oldham k Vannerson’s Drug Store,)
. . MADISON, GEO.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
Watches Carefully Repaired aqd War
May 2 —ts
A PEW liUSHEI.B of Early Yellow Irieh Po
tatoes, for eaie by
FebilS r. B KIRKP/4THICK.
An Old Song, set to a New Tune.
' An spring npprnucli,
Ants and Itonclirs
From tin ir l.olea come out.
Anil Mivt- iuiJ lints
In -|) t«-«.f c a til
tlai.y i-kip about.”
ISveari i->t»li'i«!if | i in N Y. City
Only inf.illiblt: lum ti n known.
Free from p
Jfot ditlij-ertno t<* the Hurnnn Family.
K its route nut of their hole* to die
“Costar’s” Rat, Roach, kc. Extormina’s.
In h p»Mi? tt-o If ir It-its. Mire ll»nche«.
Illnck nml lied Anti, <fc «Je tic Ac,
“Costar’s” Bed-Bug Exterminator,
Is a liquid or w:i»||_ti«ft| to tic* rry
and :d*o a pitwitive f-tr B-d Hugs.dc:
“C«BtarV* Electric Fowler for Insects,
1* for Moth*. M't.q iiohi!*, Plots I*ml Dugs
liiMiv’t oil I’luiit*. po«N Animal*,ic,
Ri-ware of all worthies* imitation*.
; £dt“Sre tli it ‘-Costar's” mm s is o > earli
Dnx, i»-*t.- iin-l Fl»-k. before you buy.
tSTAitdrr** HEN 11 v It COSTA R.
481 Umadwiiy X Y.
rrs»ld iti Cnvinelon. ficorijia: hv
And nil Druggist* itnd Itetailera.
Increase or Rita —The Farm -r*it Ong.-tte
(nmMi-h) a.-ert- m»l prove* by fii-'ire* tlmt one
pnir «>f ItATS will have a jirog.-ny nud descend
ant* not le-~ than f-.M OftO in three year** Now,
un!e c " this immense family ran tic kept down,
iliev w-oul i consume more food than would sustain
13-gcc C’o s tßr’s ml vert i*enient above,
Hats versus ninns.—Whoever .-nme- » in -boot
i n o small bi-ds is n cruel limn : whoever aids in
exterminating rat* is a benefactor. We should
like •nine one to give t:8 their experience in iliir
ini' not theto pest* We need m methii g beside*
tl"B*. cut'* at tl traps for this himuGs,—Scientific
IT See Costai’e advertisement n!*»ve.
CoSTah’s Rat Fxti at->h ’• simple. s.feand
sure—the roost perfect K.VT ifieation meeting we
have ever atti-niLil. Every rat that ran get it,
properly prepared will eil it. nod every i n*- that
eats it will die. grncr.ilv at soir.e pl .ee a* di.dimt
n* po-.sihle from where it is lak*n -- l.ukc £liore
Cvdnr's advertisement above
Farmer.* and Housekeeper* should r.-t-ull.-rt
that, hundred* of dollar* -*-nrth t.i irmiu. joovisi.Hi*
Ifc ate Htiuua'dy de-trove l by Rat*' - Mice Air*,
nml other in<ecl* ami vern-.in —aU of whi.-li r;„ he
jircventctl by a few tlollnr* vv.rth ofC o-tar’s lti.i
itovch Ant, «tc. Ex erininntor, band u-cd
*OO Ceviir't :idverti» 'iii.»-it uk v«
Mr St, y in Cuvinotoo (jiky , , *
and nil Hrucrgists and Hea'ers
AnE.SIIIART.K L't nt Land -■it n-i. -l a* o.;
lour and i l,:dl miles Iron M.ul.miii. t\-i
[•a rfioul.irsapply at tin* Kxieiitnvr otfi.-e
Mndi-on. (ia May 2 2t
W.\OON ANDTKAM riontfl.s. Team « nnd
Drivers will h * hired hv the dav Also a
LOT OF WOOD FOR SALE.
Apply to tl- 6 810\ ALL.
Madison, Ga. May 2-ts
liriLT.be st'ld b.-lore ila* O mrt H-"i « 1)* ".
\l :n Muili?on. comity, la-iw.-.qi
csual hour* of #al.*, on -It-* 21 tlul«v of Mav ta x
One Good Harm-* ll irs;*. U.-Un- A \uc mtb’ »* s
late of Cl.arle* I’. Siimmi tk-1.
Anril 25—td* II SIIOEM tlv.Jl. •* bn
D)li. 11. L. BRYAX,
Tenders in.* t.rM-‘e-i«.t> ti service* so the
citu-ns ofC :m I »ttrr..nn.lai2 coun
try intlu* Tlimnaxonian Dractiea of I’nv.i \
Offii-e next door lo l)r. O S. I»r ;|d.ei « r*.*i
dei.ee. wliore lie m*y »»- f 1 wl ‘‘‘"
not professionally Clinmu- l-a*e* «**•
Covintfl'Ot- Ga. Feb 7—ft
GREAT GIFT SALE
OF TIIF. \
NEW YORK AND PROVIDENCE
Depot, 197 Broadway.
»•: * *
A i immense fU***kot Pi evts. Wa'Ch-s. Jewel,
ry unit Konev (Joints*, nil to b'* Mild lot Ons. Dol-
LAf **H* h without regard to value anti not to In*
p»i<l for till you see what von will rereivc
CERTIFICATES naming each article and its
value. art* placet] in sealed liivdnjw and well
rn'Xed. Out; «»f then* invido|*e** will b- Sent by
mail to any address on receipt ot 25 cents; five
| ( .r $1 ; eleven 'or |2; tltiriy for S3 ; sixty five
for $lO. Rod on« hundred Inr §ls.
On receipt of the certificate you will fee what
von tire going to liav**, and then it ><* »t your
option to pay tin*dollar and take thfc art irk* or
not. Pnreha-era may tliti* obtain a fluid Wittli
Diamond Ring, a Piano. Sewing Machine, or any
Fet of Jewelry on our li.-i tor otic dollar, and m
no case can they gel Itrs lltanene dollar s worth
there are no blanks.
Agent* are Vanted in every town in the coun
try, every person can .make ten dohar* a day
sejliog our Certificates in the greatest sale ot
Jewelry ever known. ** . *
Send 25 c lor a certificate, which will inform
Iran he obtained lor one dollar, at the same time
i m,.| • >iir circular containing full l'st *nd particu
fats ; al'O Tetms to Agent*. Addrca*
JAMES HUTCHINSON A CO.
march 21-3 m • 197 »• road way N. Y.
COUN WHISKEY and Peoch Urtmdy, for sale
by the quart or bottle, at
M arch 2S*' - 0 BROOKS
i Blank? Prlntcf? to Order st thi« Office
J. M. & J. C. ALEXANDER,
MUt.xr.li >x .-, .
»jy O t
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC HARDWARE
TANNER’S TOOLS. r
Plantation Supplies, e.
Kemag’s QW Staad,
STG.IM.M, SIMMS 4 CO.
IIBOPILE CROCE RS
Corner W hitchall and Marietta Streets^
Keep constantly on hand a Large Stock
Cotton Yarns, kc.
To which they invite the attention of
Dealers and others. March 7t
W K are Now P rvpired tu Make to Order,
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND
WAGO N S .
.41-n, to I).» AW Kinds of
Ou very lien-nimble Term*, with l)i*pstrh.
Have your Buggies Repaired, Have your
Carriages Repaired, Have your
Wagons Repaired, all on
Wc wiU Ink- «n Kxrhnnsrc ■ for ifn v work Ilona
hy ii«, Hirnn, Corn Wh-to D.-»i* ,t-r
Drril if LEWIS FUKF.L.fNDAC.*
M. L« RICHTER,
7%o*pi*«*tf»illf hif'r nnt’M* I'u‘ilic lint ••» i* l>» *
Ts4KK I'K’ll‘lvK.N hi ilu*!>!iumU t» * up.ni l.y Jtliu
Card -Picture* for Photographic Albums
will receive his particular attention.
Having a Strong Light, he promises
a Coirect Likeness of Children.
M> tj\. .1 in 2l.t**S
230 Broad Street,
HAS ulw-.iy* ou hand a first rate Stock of
whiijh will he made to order iu the very best
and fashionable Styles.
On hand; all styles ol , • Jj ’
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, NOTIONS,
i5 I* © ? i 5 M € *
All Goods of tho very Best Quality,
p 1 i •
4 /wui BUSH. Prime White Corn.
Uniy at 11 50 per bushel.', ,[ '\Jf
■? rs/k BBLS. FLOUR, every barrel
3000 LBSf BACON ’
* > i
OK KEGS LARD.
FITZPATRICK k SANDERS.
Madison, Gs. March 28—ltn. ,
- - ” * • di ■
Cards, Circular* and pamphitta Print
*d to order at the Examiner Office.