n. W. HANCOCK.
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v u :’ku is, ■: i:<m:( ia.
Saturday Morning, D ugnsa 26,1332.
Official Organ of Suniter Cone ty
Offic xi Organ ,of Schley County. :
Official Organ of Lee County.
Official Organ of Webster County,
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‘M 1 TAUAITU: •.
CUi • - Mini's V.l .V- .1 7.W. !W, /■'-
THOM AS II VKDKII AN,
Far Secretary of State— X. ('. ItARNKTI .
F.ar < um|>t rollerf M-nein I —\V. A. WIUi. Il l
For .Treasurer—-D, NT. SS’KKH.
Fur Ally l io .ioi\>; : Cl.K'i'UIU) VX.>N
FOR <. , o,X(:REs,S3>'rl- DISTRICT; '
.1 1 • IHJI-: ( . F. (KbsP,
OF St il l’ • U_
Im' Si’i/i Si’uitt'ii' 1 ;\/h DMri' 1 :
.1. i>. i rki>;i£rk,
v>i- .macon ixu'yrv.
Fur Con:i'll Rc/)rt*ci)luti<'t''<:
\V>I. . HAWK ICS,
\\ M. A. WILSON.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE Till HI)
i announce myselfin l ndepcttden-t can
didate f<>r (.'ongress from this District
at the ensuing election in November
next. Boutidby no party, caucus, ring*,
clignes or combinations, I recognize
only my responsibility to the people,
ami i-f-elected, I prom ise to devote what-*
ever ability 1 possess to their ititetest.
DAVID B. HARRELL,
Kc'imblit'tru Executive .Meeting
W.VSIIINO TON, 1 >, I
August, 1 fith, IXF*2.(
A meeting of the Executive < 'nrntiiil
tct? of the Republican party of thi' Third
Congressional District is hereby called
to meet in America*, Da., at Liberty
Hall, on the second, day. of September,
at two (.Cluck, A full attendance of
members is requested as matters of
much importance are to he considered.
11. h’. Bki.i,, Chairman..
We publish in this issue the card of
i Hon. 1* B. Harrol), of Webster county,
announcing himself an Independent ,
candidate for • Congress. '\Y, shall |
have iiioii* to say in regard to this gen
tleman’s candidacy in our.next issue.
Central Railroad —W. G. Raoul.
\Ve call attention to an article from
the Albany Yew ii,ni Athcrfimv
found elsewhere in this paper. The
eyes of tire country w l ll rest iipoti each j
■ 'ii.*i-*iii of- 1 A;!v,JLivd. f.'DveCe-. T.iFo i
Central Railroad when .the time cotries
for the election of anew President to
fill the place of the lamented Wad ley.
All classes of our people are closely
identiti ;.l with the interests of the < ,'en
tra! Railroad, and the majority of them
wish it vycll and all aye nrerc than ever
solicitous to see again at the head of
this Kailroad a man the equal of its
late President, The fallen chief in a
high degree illustrated a wisdom in ac
tion, and fought long and successfully
the battle ol the people against specu
lators who wished to rob and defraud
■ them and in this contest his right-band
man, W. C. Raoul held up the hands
of his chieftain and aided in no small
degree to the obtainment of success, and
when the question is asked, “who will
be Col. Wad ley’* successor?" the good
judgment of all points to Cant. Raoul
as the successor. The wise and con,
servative policy of the Central Railroad
has had a marked hearing .upon the
best interests of the country and we
thrived and prospered for long years
under the administration of Col. Wad
ley, and the same powers of nriml, en
ergy and honesty of character that
. guided affairs successfully in the past
will be the same that with guide us in
the future if the mantle of the. fallen
VVadley rests upon (he shoulders of
W. G. Raoul. Aw Viee-Eresi lent of
this groat corporation Capt. Raoul was
trusted mid confided in by Colonel
. VVadley—most intimate with each olh
er os t livir ttusiiuss relittioin-, ilu-. Inhei
workings of this great, road were known
tothe V ice-Presideilt in.all of'its bear
iugs v, hieh made hint to be llmrni'ii ;h/
acquainted with the whole busines . of
the corporation. Truly, this thought
follows close Upon which we have been
saying, that in the stvccessful manage,
meut of tlie Central Road the hopes
of many widows un<l diplians of the
countrv rest, for in this road much of
whit they are worth are invested, such
being the case bow \ ery tiecessa ry t hat
the good management of this road lie
an assured fact and no one can/point
to n better custodian ot these iuierestiq
than would be W. < 1 Hauol, a gentle
man whose character as transparent as
glass,' reflects all the qualities that, ever
surround the sterling qualities'of wi.*-
ilnm n ti<l .purity.
In .S*uatorHill'* will occurs tire fol
lowing paragraph “I nrev give mid
be- ■tea! It to my wile -ml ''ljil-ireu that
r hern now p-isdoss, uni
•in, in full view of
t ban gold, ami mure
ml l Ini at cjiiiki
iii tie iw, I beg
ills, bif by His
The Central It ailroail—M r. Wad
ley ami His Successor.
Cl>au\ N sand Advertiser.
It is not dir purpose in this'atti
■le I',, fev'.icw 11,.* life of Mr VVadley,
liut toisav - unetliiug ofllie.p:-ist\ pres
ent and' firt niic of the great corporation
with which lii- name and fame a re. so
llldj.*.. body eoliTlCi'led. . The- VcMV
iiixl A<h't '■•,!,■ ii interest jn th(
*'ix,till b';u:i :i.| -,iic l lint w liieh lie
-1 mgs i" o\ cry | iihlie journa 1 in al 1 in
stitutions ■ a corporation* in Which it*
constituentn arc largely interested.' The
vast amount of money invested in that
■airport!ion - limch ol it being the main
dependence of w blows and otq loins-and
■ in* effects of i*., evils or go and .manage
ment upon t!m people nf Georgia gen
ii ally, makes its a Hair's, and more
i .jeci.ill - .; adtirini-ti i bin, a lit and
into i r .■ and jeet for newspaper discussion
mi ; no soal endeavor p sp< ; U ot it in
! i !ti, arthV ax an impartial sentinel
ir.pr.-i: /the v. n f chtow.er,
N-'twitlut Hiding the bite war that
nes Teen made upon railroads in Geor
ua, it will he eoticcedad by al! tliink
ingDiten ■'that the State owx more of
ini p..cere.-s', end material prosperity
io tin agency than all others. '1 hat
ihe raiiroi Is of Georgia have* been the
most important factor in her develop
ment. in, ( undid man ran afford to. con
trovert or deny, for the evidences of
t his.-fact an* two numerous to be over
looked. T his assertion, while undoubt
edly true as to Georg's, is not univer-
sal in its application, for we assert,
without fear of contradiction, that wher
ever the speculative element has domi
nated railroad corporations, they have
proven a curse rather than a benefit.
\\ believer railroads have been taken
possession of by .stock jobbing syndi
cates legitimate railroad business is
ignored, uid'tfio' syndicates ca.ro noth
ing for the railroads themselves except
so tar as they ii fay enable them to man
ipulate stocks and bonds. Whenever
such a state ot things as this exists, we
lepeat, with emphasis, /•iiitroniln be
en) /((•’< /,(>•,/.*• i>i t/i" Inin //.'• of upeaila
ti>rs to roh uni/ defvmtil the people.
The history of all such roads has been
that they have been loaded up with
bonds and mortgages far beyond their
reai value, the trek has been watered
and increased, and when the sale of
such roads conresf as it speclilv does,
the honest investms are robbed and de
frauded. Fortunately for Georgia, her
railroads .have, its yet, been kept out of
tin* hands of these cormorants, and no
man in the State has worked so hard
to resist this speculative element as the
late William M. Wndlev. -For the
pi'ueetion ol his own corporation from
litis threatened invasion lie brought to
hear ali the powers of his mind and all
the..energy ami honesty of his charac
ter, lie would neither (Speculate, hint
self, nor -'would he stiffcr others connect
ed with him to doit,and his whole pur
pose- was to preserve his corporation.-
without' injury, for the benefit ol its
Hut Mr. V\ diev is no more, and his
lamented death now bungs us face to
lace with 'the iinpoitant que.-t ion, “who
is to be his successor, and what is to
bo.the future' noliey of this great eor-
j pdiHilonV is Ire, wise, anu cuuaeiv
| live [loliey under which the road lias
j been so pros j <ero us, t( he preserved and
eiiii.tinued .by the election us president
;<ii'G:>pt, \\ G. Ramil, the present able
N ice I ’resident, who thoroughly iitidei -
■.stani's and reflects'his views and meth
ods, ur is an.administration of specula
tion and .-tock-jobbing and stock water
ing to be inauguratdl, and this great
railroad corporation .surrendered to this
ruinous element? This is a.n important
| question, not only to the railroad but
(to the whole State ot Georgia, for a
! large atnnnn't of the'.stocks is scattered
over its entire limits in the hands of its
Ii cannot be denied that Capt. Raoul
has displayed in his present place a
rare ability; that beds thoroughly ac
j quainted with the whole business of
the corpora t ion; that fie was the trusted
and confidential lieutenant of the fallen
.chief: that no man-can so well car-y
out his great plans or prospect-so well
this large property. The stockholders'
well know this,.aud if their wishes are
respected we believe that Captain
Raoul will be elected at the next meet
ing' ol the Board of Directors. And
the mantle of the deceased President
will fall.upon worthy shoulders.
It. is well known to tlie people of
Georgia that Mr. Wad ley differed with
a majority of the present board of and i roc -
| tors upon questions involving, as he
1 thought, tire safety and integritv -jf the
I corporation: that a scheme, was inaug
urated and known as the “big divide,”
to which he was bitterly opposed, and
that.in his faithful adherance to prin
[ cipie he resigned the presidency of the
j Ocean Steamship Company rather than
!.become, the party to It. It is also well
j known-that this scheme failed through
1 tie et; ii t -of Me Wad ley and h.is,
friends, a id that a jiidgtireiu of a coil-rt
of competent jurisdiction put its seal of
eon dent nat-iun upon it. It is to be hoped
that there "will lip no revival of this or
(itber objectionable seheines, and that
the present Board of Directors w ill elect
as their new President a man of'sound,
cob servative views, and one who will
carry out the policy of Mr. VVadley,
who spent bis life in building tip this
propel fv. If the Directors should fail
to do this, then the Stockholders, at
the annual meeting January next,
should take the niattq,r in their own
bands and elect as I’iesident otic whose
views " ill he in accord with those of
the f,ilb'ii chief,- and whose administra
tion will, be an'inJorsernent of hi* wise
plan- and policy. We feel it to he the
duty of the press of the Syato to let the
lliousnnJs ot stockholders throughout
the Ia lid know that -theii interest* an*
involved in t lie coming elect ion, so that
they may take such steps us will result
iii i ht.*i.r prut ret tun.
Sit U iinri billions lioailio lie, aiwj all
ilornugt nioiit-s ofstotnueli uml hiiWeD,
ciii'ihl by l*r. Pjereo’H “ Pol loin"- <ir
Htiti-bllllotiM gr,mules. “ > eta, n vlnl.
No cheap Imxei fio allow wnate oLylr-
Inee. By (lnt;jgM,| .
Tnforttpenlti ;e mm an Evil I nivrr
sa’l and Its Origin
a ltd the lleuiedv.
1 have said in toy last comtmimca
tiori and now repeat there is no evil that
is absolute and unconditioned. It is
ephemeitil in its mituie. And. so it is
with intenijieianeo as a universal evil.
It mnv walk pm strets at noonday,
now the stieet;- ot Macon to-morrow,
and revel in the dens of darkness and
death at the liour of midnight. l!v its
fruits we may know it. It is ever char
acterized hv profanity, vulgarity and
indiscretion.- It will oijtrage innocence
and viitue, insult the Internal God, and
with the final end ot the Adamic race
sink into eternal oblivion. Like, all
universal evils it rests upon conditions
beyond 'lie power of man ( r ungels to
remove. Its origin is inherent in tlie
organism and constitution of man
placed there/ by the Eternal Father
when lie was endowed with his sensual
desires, passions and appetites. This
he did for a great and wise purpose un
known to us. But we do know front
experience ."ml observation that intem
perance flows from an abuse of or ex
cessive . gratification of the cfitninal
wants as do all other-evils' without
which men would be equal with the.
angels-of (iod and fit denizens of heav
en. Mow fertile.then voitld hetbe legis
lation of mail for the suppression of in
temperance as a universal evil,.the ori
gin of which is found in the organism
of himself. A radical change in his or
ganic structure would he requited and
God alone is equal to the task. “lie
that created'us and not wo ourselves.’'
All of our wants, passions, and appe
tites are essential to onr existence, as
denizens of earth; there is nothing want
ing and there is no excess, we are as
God would have us. For in 11 is
great goodness and wisdom lie has
vested us with leason and the power of
prayer as a means of Grace, by the use
ot which we may so modify our wants
and appetites as to keep onr passions
within due bounds and rise higher and
higher upon the mound of peifeotion
and approximate the home of God fit
associates of the angels of heaven.
The field of labor for the temperance
advocate is not limited to the exercise
of our,devotional privileges for intem
perance as an evil is multiform in its
nature. While it is as universal as
man it is ever on the wing; It is like
the worm that never dies. It stays in
a locality until the carcass upon which,
it fee Is is consumed or becomes so pu
trid that it is unfit for food, then with
the instinct of the vulture removes to
another more fruitful of victims. With
the instinct of the brute it finds the
home of helplessness, enter the precincts
ot virtue anil drags the cdttfi iing vic
tims down to the lower depths of in- j
taruy and shame. 1 speak of intern i.r *- i
'anee as a local evil in its most rivall
ing aspect. Dike the serpent in the I
garden of I Men, it will invade the sane- !
ttiary of t rod and with its sl'mv folds!
draw and tighten the cords of destrue- j
of ten-ottr teachers ’ Israel are trans
foi mod into agents of hell. The mass
ive brain, that great fountain of thought
mid wisdom, becomes stagnant pools of
| tolly, the eloquent tongue is paralized
and the head of the church is nothing
i but an incoherent nnitnbler of scriptural
quotations to drunken associates in a
bar room. Well might the sacred au
thor exclaim, “How are the mighty
i.tllcn. Tl-e beauty of Israel is slain in
his high place*.!,. Tell it not in Gath;
publish it not in the streets of A ski lon
least the daughters of the Philislitis
rejoice and the daughters of the uncir
cu in sized triumph.
Here we see intemperance as a social,
moral and local evil and we are forced
to the conclusion that man in his social
i and legislative capacity is at fault, and
! certainly the'secondary cause. Imper
fect legislation and the uncertain en
forcement of the law is the origin, and
to suppress the evil the cause must be
removed, by wise legislation, the en
forcement of the laws and social reform,
The evil being local, so must, be the
law. It is more than folly to try to
pass a general law for the suppression
of'intemperance as a local evil, The
idea is utopian in its broadest sense. If
the locality of the evil be in the city of
; A, as such it is not felt in the city of B.
The city of B has evils of a different
| character, and perhaps of a greater
magnitude that demands a removal.
1 he city ol B has no sympathy for the
troubles of A. They are not ready to
vote for the passage of a general law
tor the removal of an evil that is loca
ted in the city of A. But if the city
‘ fathers of A are ready,if the capitalists
ate ready, and the guardians of her
public schools and hall dozen churches
are ready to act in concert for the pro
tection .1 tic.i five huiidreu stv Jeiity
and her thousand church members. If
the city of A know's that the deadly
virus lurks in her taverns, her bar
rooms and in her social circles, and will
apply for the passage of a local law for
its abatement or removal, tlio people
from-the mountains to the sea coast
will vote lor the bill. But not a mite
would they appropriate to have all the
sewer* in the State of Georgia cleaned
out to purge the .city, of A. of-the virus
which her citizens as scavengers have
been gathering from the vine and the
deadly upas dining that last half a cen
tury, and deposited in her place of pub
lic resort to contaminate her social and
religion* atmosphere. Them might at
least he a law passed closing all drink-
Dig saloons at the proper time it* all
houses of legitimate business ate.
'The citizens of Magnolia Springs
with their school of fifty scholars, and
< liinrli of eighty members, under wise
counsel removed tin* evil by local legis
lation, Slid yet with our live hundred
students, and perli*|it on thousand
member* of tin* t 'hutch, we stand with
Inf b*d aims wit limit ( "in srt (i iii tl'.n,.
walchiiiig tint movements and destrue
tiVe work of thin uioiuter of iniquity.
Wo bate on nUd tin e< I'jSitit that lisi
entered onr garden of Eden ami lam
pers with the passions and appetites of
Adam, an! yet wo show no desire u
remove it, but seem to ling the shining
thing to onr bosom, when we know
that the unborn offspring of the drunk
ard imbibes the moral and-social virus
that flow-i from this fountain of crime
and mental imbecility. Bacon.
Tin* Silver Man (Dual.
'1 here is a firm r.\ Savannah that are
a sort ot congress, passing bills to re_r
ulute currency and exchange. Their
first act of the season ad 1 s-* “, was to
make a one dollar note good for a .lilty
dollar gold watch. It was done. Their
next act was to make one dollar good
fur a sixty five dollar sewing machine.
This also become the law of the land
Their third,- to take effect Oct. 1, is i
make one dollar good for a splendi 1
seventy -five dollar Silver Tea Set, live
pieces, latest style, and lovely. The
way they do it is to give premium
checks to each new .übseriber of the
RorTiiEitx mi sicAi. JoinxAt. (Iletiry W.
(Revelaud, editor),and then to give
these treasures to the fortunate holder
of the drawn number. The .ioiuinai. is
valuable alone. There is a picture, of
Mrs. Langtry, the ’-“.Jersey bily” in
thif August number; fine, editorial and
miscellan v. and 'l m ,w .e is-“ The City
Ih’ll.F” the “Flossie V\ v aitz.’’aii<l “Bure.
n>i Snow,” Send lor a. free specimen
copy, or nend your subscription at once
to Lndden A* Rates’ Southern Music
House, Savannah, Ga. Only .fI.DU
for the iolknau, and a ticket in the
Silver Tea Set.
Harpers magazine for September op
ens with a beautiful frontispiece,Entitled
“A Sunday Morning in Surry,” from
a picture by Allied Damons. The same
artist, with equal charm, illustrates
Mrs .Billie'* papers, “In Surrey,’’the
first of which appear*-in this number.
English country set aery has never been
so attractively presented as in'this'de
lightful paper. The fifth and last paper
of Mrs Lathfop’s “Spanish Vistas” de
scribes the coast towns from Malaga
ttfßarcelona -a *-ei ies of' ‘Mediterranean
Ports and Gardens.’’' The AV fiber
treue” ( Faithful \Vive*)is the title of
a very interesting account of Weinu
berg, in Suabia. The tliir< 1 part (T
Colonel 1 ligginsou’s American History
is illustrated with eight engravings.
Edwin I*. Whipple contributes an en
tertaining paper, entitled “Some Recol
lections of Ralph Waldo Emerson
The wot k i.-, full of interesting matter.
“This is truly a disheartening pic
ture but it is an open question whether
the Republican pasty in* Olfid can riot
better, afford to suffer defeat under such
conditions than the Democratic can to
i accent su-.-" ;s. r fid'tafti tan
not profit any farty ” The “truly
disheartening picture” is what our es -
teemed Republics? contemporary, New
Ilaxa n I'lilltvliii n, sees when it regards
the prospects of it, party in .Ohio.-.' The
only consolation our contemporary
seems to have is ii the sad conditions
under which the lemocratic party will
be obliged to acept success. These
conditions were Dreed upon the Dem
ocrats by a corrnjt Legislature and a
still more corrupt Congress, and the
chances are that tie party will be able
j to accept the succus w hich comes t o it
j with becomirg grice. 1 ~
, A I>**vi 1 isli Blot among Negroes
| of \ abainn.
• Mowii-k, Augmt ‘J!.—ln Choctaw
County, Ala. on the lluh inst., a bun
dle of papers lisclosing a well organ
ized plot amoig the negroes to kill the
entire white pipnlation of that cotinty,
was found nea-one of their rendezvous
by two gentlenen, who laid the matter
before the Soleitor. On the Hath a
quiet meeting <f the citizen* of Mount
Sterling and Hitler was called at But
ler, to console) the best mode of sup
pressing the intended outbreak and
massacre, Aft>r ;. discussion it was
agreed that the following ring-leaders,
Jack Turner, F. 1). Barney, Jesse Wil
son, Peter Hill Willis Byman, Aaron
Scott, and. Rattfe West, to whom had
been assigned tie duties of leading the
respective squads to Butler, Mount
Sterling, Denobville and other jilaces
and killing all the whites at each place,
should be arrested and lodged in jail.
Their arrest was ptfected on the 17th
ipsf... withttf' H ;*ee or bloodshed
The saiSe'dllfy f afcjS-mwting of citi
zens of t*ll claswi was called for Satur
day to decide the fate of. the prisoners.
’ The plot has been in existence since
IS7S, and the conspirators now num
ber four hundred. They have powder,
shot and guns, an : think themselves
sufficiently strong to accomplish their
design. Sunday night, the 17th of
September, had been appointed ah the
date for it.s ennsuirmation. The papers
further showed that this was selected be
cause then the white people would, he
al Cutup-meeting, unarmed, and could
offer tio resistance. -The meeting call
ed for Saturday b* -tight together about
seven hundred men, among whom were
about owe hundred and fifty negroes,
who, after heating the papers read, by
an almost unanimous vote, decide I that
Jack Turner was a turbulent and dan
gerous character, s regular tire brand in
the community, and that the public
demanded liia immediate death. ID*
was accordingly Iwngod about nqiiaiter
past one o'clock llm • me afternoon in
presence of the s,e in file multitude,,
The crowd then and wnerseil, awl till signs
ol diatnrbailee corned Every thing
was quiet Katmday night The ot lo r
prilnneil an* atilt to jail to await fm
ther >l veliipmrnts
The Eclipse Engine Leads Them All !
V /'^S ..: ./ ' ;£-
ii ■.■'-. '■■ % ; . ■
Large Supply of Five and Sis Horse Power Engines on
Hand for sale at Bottom Figures !
Don’t buy without examining our Engines, ascertaining our Prices and
comparing sizes with others Our Engines arc here on the spot and you
can haul them home the same day you buy, if you choose, thus avoiding
vexatious delay of Railroad Compar es at this season when they are
crowded with freight. We refer to your neighbors, many of whom are
using the Eclipse and would have no other,
augio-1y HARROLD. JOHHSON & CO.
TV IN N O U'rs’ C K M 10 IN 1' S-T
FOR TAX COLLEt’TOIi.
'J'lismlcful fi past favors I agaiudffoi m> -
hulf as a candidate for Tax Collector of
Schley county, hoping tli.it Hie good citizens
of the county will appreciate the afllietiors
of myself anil wife and give me their su-p
--port in the coming cli-cti>>n.
l ours, Ven respectfully,
augtitde H. sielhkns.
FOR TIIK I.F.chI.ATrRK.
We are authorized to announce W. 1).
MI’UU.VY as a candidate for fhc Lower
House of the-General. Assembly of Georgia.
fron county, at the ensuing fall ele.
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE
Gkohoia Thi umo.mi ) I.i!)' ! for Divorce.
vs. /ill 1• -e Superior
Ai.kxaukh Thcumomi V Court.
It appearing that the defi-nihiie ae.ts
out of tin 1 State of Georgia; it is ordered that
service of.above case be Hindu,m said de
fendant by publication hereof iiitheSuMTKK
Kkjtulk.'AX, a public Gaz.ett.' id said Slate,
as required by law, requiring said. defend
ant to appear and answer said 'libel lor
divorce at the next November Term ot this
Court, this .'dh day of March, March Trim,
’ l . F. (.'HIST,
aug'J.'mim Judge Sup.. Comt s. W. C.
To Whom it May Concern.
GEORGIA —Sr wiki: County.
Whereas, Jacob Smitti having filed In/ap
plication in my olliee for letters of guardian
ship of Robert, Ainaretia, Ida and Ileny
Jesse, minor < hiidren o! Klizahoth .Irssc,
These are therefore to cite and adiuonishall
parties interested whether kindred or credi
tors to show cause on or before the < K'tober
term of said Court, to lie held the first Mon
day in October, IHS'j, why said letters should
not be granted to the said petit itiner as pray -
Witness my hand and official signal are,
tills the 24th day of August, issj.
ug2s-Jl>il ' T. II Stkwaht. Onl'y,
GEORGIA - Lkf. County .
By virtue of an Older of the Court, of
Ordinary of Chatham county, I will sell
before tire Court house door, in tire town ot
Leesburg, said'county of Lee, within tint
legal hours of sale, on tire first Tuesday in
October next, the following lots of land,
■to-wit: Nos. 188, lb"', 1!M), 222 arid 227, in (lie
17til district of originally Lee, now Sumter
county; also Nos. 222 and'224 of flic same
district lying in Lee county, the whole com
prising one tract. containing 1 Jli'i neves,
more or less, known as the Welter place,
the improvements lying in Lee county. Sold
as the property of Fannie, A. Welter, late ol
Chatham enmity deceased,4or the purposed
distribution among the heirs of said dee'd.
auggjtds Adiu'r Fannie A- Waller.
Drs. HEAD & BLACK
Have permanently established the wonder
ful Vitalizing ElectroThonipeutirami Elec
tro Magnet id medical dry heat and vapor
treatment rationally.combined to meet all
the various indications of ttin Ills inetdcnl to
life, l>y importing a pleasant and vitali/.im;
sensation to flic patient without the shock of
the old manipulations of electricity, li in:'
proves the complexion. li'innvc the blood,
promotes nutrition and digestion, rcmoyi
constipation, and while rerrto'Mtlg all op
pression of the system oVcrenJn.'/depression
and exhaustion, removes malaria and pro
vents Typhoid condition. It is tonic, clean '-
big the system internally ami externally.
Dr. I'daek continues to make tin- trc'ntinent
/of F\ N< THIS a specialty. he giut/ardcc t
curd of nil cases mulct Ills treatment.
tHike moms over Mis. Liiim s' inillin i y
stole. Oitiee hours 11X1111 8 A. M. I"i 1' V
and from to r \i Consultation lice
Will buy 111 sell, rent lit li e e I Old . nil
cslille UIIII city pixipeity. Nogotlaln ti.nl'
nf ill kind investigate titles lolninl and
city property. Terms icasonahle
, ,1. A ANM.M :
inig'.iU Aim iktu, <i.i
HT HII s 18> MEAN I Knit VOC'HI
t all ami pay ymil account at
Hi, ildihb'. In cSlini*
WITTi MAN 111
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1 iiii-iin'ii-iiitt!.' '.iliDi; i.xp I'rtioit.
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I Ti.c- only M . ..in,- that pah ■'! 1> cl.mi. •
L.-.t ' 'otto'll.
i a- only ' 'unde ac 1 thin dot u a eln.'.c.
nor possess some objection.
THemnly machine that unites and roin
liines a j-icrfect clonmei and a fauiile.-.- ei.ei
di'nsor. , .
lt can be attached to aie .Gin of any si/. ',
.ambling the a. to gin, dean ■ai"l con
' dense cotton at t’ne same operation, with li-s
power than tlm'gin can be run .'.without if,
it- assures abs iter unplo of '-lean i-i*ttn:i
t'ii.in can be mad ■ by a :lining i iify cotton
through any Seed (,'niton Cle mrr oil the
; marl’. 4. and afterwards ginning it on the
same kind of a gin, with any other ( nndensui'.
liy in- use, dirty cotton is mad" t.o enhance
in value front ayie to live i ciits per pound
ivy ■ mat ihg iibd iinproviii'i the sample
It. is in‘iii-ctly simple and free fronicoin
plie.itions, and cannot get out . t order.
two kinds of machine- is made—one
■'leans cot ton thoroughly ami the "tlier leaves
a little ilusf.iu it, Init lot enough In alfeet
tlie priei .a the cot!on, unless it i: very dutv.
ll’ the .former is desired, s|K:eifv ill the ordei
that a solid cylinder nuiehine is wanU-.l: if
the latter, witii perforated e; iiinter.
Evkkx M a chink is i.iai/y/na/..
1 ’i':ee one dollar as per saw lor respective
’ si/a id the giti:- to which 'they may be at
gents w.inb'il Send for cireular. Ad
ilress. Eliscai! Mani facti hi.su Vo.-
aug'iatf ■ Tro\, Ala.
*“ " m
.V.vitiie's Sr.AiiKi INC; Si’ia IKII for indi
gestion and Biliousness. In water of the la
minis S iit/i'i Spa,'it duplicates in :i moment
w ith a spoonful of T.\ iuiant's Sr;i.T/r.it Aju:-
un.NT, whic.li contains every valualde ele
ment of the German Spring., The greatest
physicians of Eurojic pronounce that free
gift ol l’l.iviilcmv the i ii'st potent ot all
kmtwu alternates, and ns tac siuii.le, fresh
ami foaming, is now [iluccd within the reaeh
ol everyiinal.it in tin; ticsiern rorl.t,
SOLD By \LL IHU <.' ■ IS'iS
In legitimale judi.-ioipspeculation in Giain,
1 ’ro\ i-ions and riloi ~s on our perfected pi an,
yields sure mon'tlily proiits to large and small
investors. Addle -, for full •particulars,
i 1.. K. KENDALL A i'(( oimni-siimM. .
| eliants, J 77 .v IT'' I ..a ,'aliu SI., (,’llieago. 111
By B M.WOOI LEV '
©TiTTTTUT Atlanta, fa Reliable'
HABI T patients and physi
CURE. i- ; i* "i I'Vm yahib
aml it--1 ui• . 1 lee.
A GOOD CHANCE*
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mill h noftn t'l Ain' ii*n* *vntv-i'i;k*i
fit tiV'l ui h I twk Mty-liYt’ in i iuim ;ii fotvsl,
j .Gtrtil tt \N fllliu ll"'* W till liuil 1i M IIIf , |\\T|
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' fotUMi HltlblfH, la 111 , tit ~ iill Yitiill
|in i-liMif tln*■ ) t*ju j/• htti unit,ml nil
j lit. ,|| It-i lit 1.1 IMi i It* \ t'| It *1 l.l'l'l I Art
J litHftl ** l_v ii UultM tit (tillcui Ut tiii* mu If,
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Itivv niul L i ■t h I t.i j tit, ft'i .i
l*t till <>llrt • t.| )t>
l ; | | | I |>H Mi
Uostetter’s Stem:;',ch Bitters ex til pates
dysiiepsi with greatere ■! tain'ty aiid promp
tilud.' than any kno'.vu remedy, and is a
ill.ist genial ii.vigo.'irut, i.ppetiz.ei and aid to
secretion. These u, not ..lii-pty assertion',
as thousands of on r eimiitrviu.'u ami women
Who have .experienced.its .41.'. (s ate aware,
but are bnekeil up b\ ;n'e! i.'egal.l.'proofs.
The Bitfe; - also ni ,v a 1. '.ilthfui stimulus to
the uvin try orgat's
For sale by all Dm..: Gts and Dealers
Sale Qi Unclaimed Freight
Jail ess i iai.m 1 Ircfce c, [“■ v.ill sell a the
"•'t'l ..I A'Uf ! at ti.ie depot in Ari. us, the
follow ing ‘i 1— i. •<1 .s/ht ; • ; , -,|
* (irder \ . N A 1 -isc - ] i.'.a
,1. it. Bengali i ...; :: b.ox'e - .•: .
W . !’. Gn cue .’ ! . \es ci .u in i
F. A .- Ilil|. 1 guano disti if.at..i
Anno V. Ililliar.l, lulls. ddiiig
.1 .W . .k. 1(1,111, 1 'UeU be.. .
A. I .att a, ! groin do. . )i iv> : .-r
i Hder, 4 ball roil bag::. ag.
J. 11. I’ullmn, f empty Kr...
Lucy Kothnson, l.oxe , inei p.,.
R. Si Stervai I, 1 i-.itt.ii* gilt.
.1, Stephens. 1 iron /.tic.
,i. \V si. nielil iV < 0.,'2a ft, ban fir
Ret. M. JJncly, 1 pack igo 1.....1,-
.lack-soii Suggs, I bundle trees.
E. TiniTiii'iiii.iit,. i idler anl pull.-;..
July'gf-tils 11. 11. i '..i.i iia,, \g. id.
The Georgia Seminary,
FO!C YH \C.' I.ADIIS
Sn Gainesville, Ho!) County, Ga„
Will o])cn sen -It!., '.ssj. Full .ups >■:
Teachers in Science, Music and All- *vft
siii|.assec for health, e. .uooiy and sell' .:
ship. Board Fall . tin an, Sin. tuition, >l.
iinisic, Su. Preachers’daughters tea 'll.a
and p. or girls at, reduced rates. I'ho
is said to- be tie best I a.miui'ii.'eme!.! ,:
Georgia. Ftn fiirtliei iiifoniiiitlon i
Catalogue write to
in 1v "t tn P'm i v W.. ’, i:s Pr '
UNIVERBHY OF GcOSGlfi,
U. .4lell, I J,, !*.; 1 1.MJI. . 1101.
The '2ml si* is ci tli depa ment ...
Athens, (.a.,’ vi. :Fi aid, !i < oil. .• •. Mate
College, of Agi'i.u-lt'ui. and Mi-.hani. Ait
and Law School, will op. n Weclite-day, Up
of October next. Fell courses ul in-triu
tiOii ill I/itciafurc, Science, Bngiiveei in
Agriiarltuie and Law. TL'tT.TON BAIT', u*'
Franklin and State < 'olloges. r.n Catalog.u
ami informal ion, add: ss the ( l.iinc. 1.,r, ...
L. 11. Futuo.xNtKit. S. i ictai .
aug'.’- tw 1 Athi: , <. i
Tier-'- i V* ].refer n. lufve then . ( ,uie| i .
edneaU'd in a :• 1-1-1 T si 11i.0i,, < •.■n. i
e.l witil .'eolii'lliy,' and |.•.“gib'd in ; . ii.rt
healthy pla e, a ill pica a. a.idle -
ruber i c. smbi u.
J’l'i: 1. ipaf ltclilv ill.' 1 ci.ia|e < 'olleg. , S. '
\. I <anlcblto si \ii A pati.e, , ||.,|
ill tmiiil A mei ii'iis. ,ii"" i,i ..
Macuu Oonimurcial Coll
>1 U'OII, (all.
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you , .!■, I".a LB I nil I lu
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