.By Jno. W. Radley.
Official Organ of Polk and Haralson Coun ties
Subscription $2- Per Annum.
CEDAUTOWN, GA., THURSDAY, ATRIL -1, 187M,
/»h' n f /•? s’ .v r o .v i /
QUA NOE & KING
ATTO K V 13 Y S A T L A \V\
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AT T 0 n \ 13 V S AT LAW,
< A UTKllRVILMi. GA.
^ILLIAVT M. SPARKS.
Am>iiHP.Y N. OoirNSRu.on at Law,
f (.‘nilAUTOWN, OA.
Ulrmlt Mil.’ a-Kotnlng enmitltfK. nnvll, 1871
N. P. & Ex. Off. J. P.
C’nlleotions solfoite.l, ami
monov p .01 over on no'willy.
JAB. D, TuTLOW, J. P.
"•V. 5 ?** onicd lit. the Umirt lrmiMM,
All biisinp.sd • • j11. ■ •vil iii liia hands
wiM receive lTomjit attcutlou.
M M !», HUT Am
OLD iTKLHA BlAUl
FEED, SALK & LIVERY STABLE,
Win. ttniuey, Piopi iotov,
ivcrtaoiv/rilny. A’.l wlm i i
i iifj :n;il;rt lin*t V Mu: ;•-■ -nit mmh>
MM: , JVKfc
D. IL,L8ll)3tt ir, Bgent.
Ooclartovf7-n, s x : s G«.
Iln: just rec iv d ii lull line of
which ureonvml lo the I.uhllcn: icmmliluiirlccs.
A..ytbln» usually Icapi It. »
Stock of Jewelry,
M ATCHES, CLOCKS, GOLD
& SILVER AY ARE.
RK PAT. R I N G
I.HUM, An /HitTISHMh’.VTH
Liliol for Oivorr.i in Poik Sujibrioi
LUOY DAVIS 1 ltulo to I'urfcct Service,
IIKVl'v DAVE, / VelirinryTcrm,
It HplienrlliR to tlm Court by tho return or the
‘ lint roohbi in thin
nr that he <1um not
next term »fthin C< nrt. rile that thuco-eb- con-
what was iiis i;iu;i:i)’
Libel fur Divorce in Polk Superior
Supcriiii’ ('mil l, February Turin 1878,
Ilia Honor, J. AV. ll.'Uiidmvood;
1.0" lilll WKKII
Unit l|»- I' jjttnnt i'im- not re.-ldc III tilin' futility,
'”•1" ' tUot la* (loci not renlde In |
truer in JI •nveii. mid
ver on wiih timid mid ho id;
n giive In charity
Wlmt bin bolicl ?”
The Sunlit i:; «n invilitv Held t'j
(.•migration. Wit.lt fruitful hills and
fertile valleys, productive pmirietf
atifl rich hotumi lands, it oilers great
induce.id*n*s to' nil iii starch ol
h 11' i 1 e A la 'ditnate nmnoi lie sur-
imsyetl; neither tho scorching rays of
■ ton d ann, nor IVei •*i»B Huauol
liotlheru Wi'nds destroy Hie tatior id
the ItiielmiulniUu. IiistAud of heing'
f reed to cro’vd Iii;: work into a few
short month.', lie has tho year before
is so warm Hi
do nothing, nun
s. m. da yen pot.'T, !
nmrch l-l-l in Ordinary. ;
I uipericil Mo 'bp
j.s' run jikh’i:
u. u. i.iiimm'TEii Aft.
GHtAT RAOULTION IN PRICES.
First-Glass Sewing Machines,
S, I, 8 mid 10.1
Sale Feed and Livery table.
Email Hired, Home, 6a.
h<> most keep in docs lor
A hotter farming country than the
tfoutK does not exist. N- lands are
richer nor their crops more vtuied.
Lotion is no; the only maple ol the
soil;'blit wheat, and oats, and rye and
. <>rn ; su'd grass and sugar cam* me
all amoiif' i's products. Hood - hor.-i-s*
aro bred in ‘Teup.e-see, and hogs are
raised in abundance. Attention imw
i. ; Itcing . u.'iied to h'heep, and so far
vi>h the b i results. Indeed all
kinds ol -took do* well, and with a'
little cure a farmer linds that lie can
neon initiate « iort.ime at bis horn-
nil.i •'.oner anil more sin ly than
I'YtBt- king business in towns..
A..u,.. a;v c'teap. » • w arc* so
poor that they can not. buy a home.
Transpui: -i!on is neither dillic.ult.
nor high. Hail ways, rivers and dry
roads leads to the best markets. The*
people in the main, are civil, kind
and free. Mo man is persecuted lor
opinion sake. Every well disposed
jterso'n wlio would In come a citizen
will meet- with friends and ndt a lew.
If any fancy ijuiefc neighborhoods,
such are not, rare. Schools and col
leges are everywhere, and churches
of nil sects abound. Are these not
nd vantages enough?—Sour them Far-
that all the tax*
Tho following 's tli" receipt bv
which th • o lobrat «1 Vicuna bread
was uuuio th t I ®ca no s • famous on
the (Y-ntemiial g'i it ids;
Silt in a tin pan iour*potmds of
Hour; hank up ag n.-
|)'*ur in one quartcf . nlk and water,
acd mix into it cnou-i» Hour t;o form
a thin Hatter; tlum qMickb, and ligiil-
v mid one pint of milk, in which is
dissolved one OUIIOO ol - all and one
1 '1 thive quarto ounces of ycart:
' 1 *• ivo the renutind ; • of the flotir
v air.st tho sides ol ; lie pan; cover
1 no pan with a do h and set in w
lace frev from draught lor three
quarters of an hour; then mix in the touching the return that you ar •
icst ol the Hour until the dough will about to make, and that you will
< ivc iho bottom and f-.ides of the make a true return of all your taxa*
pan, and let H .-fund two and a half hie properly, af its market value, on
hours. Finally divide the muss into
"lie pound pieces, to he cm in turn
into twelve parts each. This gives
square pieces about three and u half
i"olios thick, oHoh enmer of which is
mken uj» and foulded ..ver to 1 ..e ivn-
t'", and then tho c .'••■-are turned
over on a d ugh f m d lo rise for
half an hour, when th- y re put in a
hot oven tlmt b.kes tic. m in ten laic,
As the tax rec
polled by law t.
payers in this State give in their la
able property in a blun t lime no
we jiublisli for the hem lit, of 01
sides; rcailc’• t ho oath to he admmibtej ml
•'liter, and the questions which have to be
answer, d by every tux-payer, i
that nil may have a chance
ready lo aosv er tli in, j beam
The lbll"wing i; the oath to he ad- j i 1 Ii mi
ministered, and querdioijs to bo fro-1 Ilian
pounded to tax-payers;
“You do solemnly .'Wear timt you.
will true answers make to ‘all lawful
uiiest.ions which 1 may put to yon
The Miracle of
•joml down our scientific inqui-
gropitig at a point here, and
- ilre-'ging on a ■•.got yonder, in the
q [ dark e.by of the o-'eau depths, ami
r think wonders of our discoveries.
But what production (loco t)\e known
to bn I !"'ar mil.: vnl nown;'. Tlio trem
order | blin; bn vhie.li we sink .through
to he i miles of m >;• ripus w.\t* rs in th? on-
' beam we can rend down thv/-"M the
hie darknecs that v/i
two third u f a woi Id
ir knowledge, emit re.'
iggioratice. We are
ii]) as'yet in
the lir. t day ol April
I In- best of your knowledge and be
lief; so 11eI j i you hi oil. ’
1. Ilow many lots or nen a of land
do you own in this county, and what
L ill irue market, v;tIuex*
v. JI"W many lots or acres of land
do you control in this county as exe
l’coji'lo who h ibt; .ad\
dren out. of their h.-avis, and close
their doors upon them, have no idea
how much comforl liny 'it aside—
what pleasure, "ha! mill incut. Ul
ir-urse tL iiille ccntore,' meddle
with thing ■ and b .ve the traces of
their Ii’ : r en iiie . iii, and cry and
“hollu r’ ? a litllej bill, when one gets
into tin* way of ii, us .clhers and
otlmr loving relative.-; do, those
things become of minor importance.
Children Hry shell pr-"y thin pi, and
ator, guardian, agent,
jt; t:stee <•: • !■ , i wise, a. d what is t he
him* market vel-’.e"
!J. \\ hat is the value of your mer-
i cliil- ; i-i| iU „li.„. (,„■ stuck in tm.lu)!’
4. litaly money, note*, guano
notes, open accounts, bonds obliga
tions for money upon persons of this
.•r oilier .States or counties, or bonds
of e n point ion., or companies oft his
or other Slates or counties (excep
l iiited States bonds) ul their true
5. What capital have you invested
in Iii) ping, tonnage, etc..
n. What amount ol capital is there
invested in tho cotton, woolen or
other manufactory, oi v/iuob y...c aV,.
7. What cnpitiil have you invested
in iron works, foundries, cl?.
8. What capital have you invested
in mining, • m. ?
0. What is tho value' of the* loial
number of shares of the bank, ip- which
•heir liitlo hands is so sul't, the sound
of their little voices so sweet, their
faces are so pretty, their movements
so graceful and o-nuical, the whole
family goes baby mad—and it is no
wonder. Mo book was ever written
that was half as inteiv.-iing as a little
child that is learning to talk and to | you are Presiden
think, that is developed from a tiny j io. What is the value
animal into a being with a consci* j hoiH’lioid and kitchen turn it
once and a heart.
Ask tho Gif! Wonivdi
A gentleman traveling.’W.rt
relates !h*e mllowl. -
Hiding !icr-; !•: ; i . ... u. it,
through the av.ii• Is in .Sign ;r county,
Michigan, I cam? ; • th - d n
in the middle of v/hi. h si- I a '•*.»
hou-e with its owner sitti 'g in the
door smoking hif pipe. Stopping
my b.i se biuoie him tn? following
ipu.m-. c “Good evening, sir,” said 1.
th “Good evening.”
1yd. with ‘•('at) l get a glass of milk to
are c.li’ldren, ! ilrink?”
narrow hollow ] ’’Well, 1 don't know. Ask the old
of our nr.ti. ' alley, with all the uni- i woman.'’
verse, outside the closely engirdled j By thin <ime the wile wao funding
hills, for a great wonderland, of by his ride.
which we dream childish dreams, at j “Oh ,\es,” film said, “of couvsa you
the light of inoriling or evening km- j can.”
dies from beyond, l.aws ol naiiiivj L bile di'jnk:'ii!. ' A* dr
wlmt dost thou know of them, O ' ‘hiiP. we v.rv going to
man? Look out on the great mira-( Have a st. i’
cle of nature, bloom
and stars, away to the gates of the
city of God, what dost tuo.i know ol
its lews anil tvomlers? Begin at the
fee!. Tell me the mystery of that
glass blade. Gan you Lull me hpwn
comes to grow? ' an yon say move
than it does glow? The wing;; o-
111,a guilt, .belting in.my luu.ilivil
times in each second as it. hums in
your ear, are s great a mystery to
the? us tho lloating of stars, night
by night, across the inlinite. You
know nothing, (jonl'ess it, and say
no mol'? I’.hout wlmt contradicts and
wlmt agrees with th? laws of nature.
til? old v
Again 1 usknl:
“II ov much land ha
chaived- I.Vyt ; '
•“.Well. J -vaily dul.’l k
tiie old v. or.mn— alie know
‘ About nineteen acres
•Icsi then a troop t.f eVhlren came
rumiing and simuiing around Hie
>ur cbiblvn:” said I.
Ask the old woman
Tho Sensation of Hanging.
1 did not wait lo hear the reply,
Imt divw up the reins and left mi
ring the past week the gallows j med.ately.
A Rosy r titui'e.
'I'lie were io bell-lower of
ly Hull yesterday, and she
her yellow haired le a on ni.y agn-
c ll I turn I shoulders n id li-ieind to
the mighty “tick! tiek! tick’ of tho
G Np' It.
“We iboi’t want such a big clot k
t, do wo darling?' she w imp..r-
J. T. Fears, Agt.,
CONFECT 1 ON!'; R1ES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, etc.
Bottom Pi'icos, For The Cash.
W. A. KELLEY, - ■■ - Proprietor.
NEW HOUSE, Newly
She Didn't Scare.
A boy v;ho was disappointed the
other day in making a sale of tinware
to a woman on Park street, mutter
ed something which excited her in
dignation, and she gave him a great
big piece of her mind. In “jawing
back” he Bald;'
• “Your husband ought to be arres
ted for working on Sunday!”
“Working on Sumlny—comsi hero,
bub!-Now, bub, if you’ll prove that
my husband ever worked on Sunday,
or any other day in the Week, I'll
give you a dollar! I’ve lived with
him for twenty years, and. have al
ways had to buy even his whiskey
and tobacco, and now if lie’s gone to
work I want to know it!”
The boy backed off without an-
A'house too closely shaded by trees
will be apt to suffer from, dampness.
In building, let the living and sleep
ing rooms, as far as possible, face to
ward the South, and thus gain the
advantage of the sunshine. The sun
is a great preserver of health.
The following j nut lv.s.dution for
amending the Uon.stimi.ion >f the
i : . tes l bot h h : - - :
<> Congress, and will b ; submitted to
the Stales for ail »ption:
Mo Mate shall make any law res
pecting an establishment Of religion,
or prohibiting the free exercise tliure-
ol: and no religion siiail ever he re
quired as a qualiiicufiuii to any of-
lice or public n‘nst ninbw any Suit,?.
Me public revenue of, nor any loan
of credit, by, or under the authority
of the United States, or any.. Stale,
Territory, District, or municipal cor
poration. shall be appropriated to, or
made or used for, the support of any
school, educational or other institu
tion under the control of any reli
gious or anti-reljgi ms sect,organiza
tion or denomination, or wherein the
particular creed or tenets of any
religious or anti-religious' sect, or
ganization nr denomination shall be
taught. And no such particular
creed or tenets shall be read or
taught in any school or institution
supported in whole or in part by
such revenue or loan of credit, and
no snob, appropriation or loan of
credit shall he mu lo to any religious
or anti-religious sect, organization
nr denomination] or to promote its
interest or tenetij. This article shall
not ho constructor to prohibit the
readflig of the Bltd r 'n any school or
institution; aud it, shall not. have the
effect to impair | rights of property
ioal tools, law or other libra
ry, books, pictures, etc. ?
11. What is flie value of yourhor-
.-CS, cows, hogF, sheep, carriages, bug-
kies, wa 1 elms, diamonds, and jewelry
ol all kinds, worn or owned by.you?
1;’. Have you any other property
not herein enumerated’;' 11 so, what
is its value?
Id. Have you returned, with a trim
valuation, all Wild and improved
lands, with number, district, section,
and county, that you own in this anil
I f. Do you return a poll?
LV Are you a lawyer, doctor, or a
deli I ist?
JO. How many hands have you
employed between twelve anil sixty-
(iye years of age?
17. Have you, in the return just
made, given in all of the taxable prop
erty of which you were possessed on
, :he lird of April last, or were inter-
j rsled in, or entitled to, either in your
j owr rLdit or in the right of any oth-
: .*r person whatsoever, either as parent
I guardian, executor, admiiPstrator,
| trustee, agent, or in any other name
has been uusually busy, uili the
stilt has been- yxtremely disastrous
to ;h(‘ central ligures in these ghastly
exhibitions. me jime since the
A me •!•■:"« pr* ss was discussing the
question; “Doe: it hurt atuan to
hung Kim?” The conclusion arriv
ed se ' d.11y ho Ilia*, hanging was a
painless death. No” some of t he ^
.English magazines tire .TjKcukiling ' ,. ( j
on llie sinisiil ion c.l ulmn^il in-won, "No, mv liltln d iisy,’ lie nnswnv t,
»'"l '••‘•V almost miikcoul tlmt hang- ns Ini hugged lit ra little closin') "!
inn is mther a pleasurable and dcsir-, kill buy 0 , 1(jk |(J1 . tw) c) .p,,,..
nlilr npemtion. One person who Was ivliioli’il rim three<l» - to this n k’a
hung, to all intents ami purposes, two. I’ve got her picked out ul-
anil afterwards revived, declared that * ready’”
Small farms make near neigh
bor.*-; they make good roads; Hie}’
nuilte plenty of good soliools and
ohnrohes; there is niore mousy nmde
in proportion to the labor; less inliui'
is wanted, every thing is kept liont;
less wuges have.to he paid lor help;
less time is wasted; more is raised to
tthe acre; besides, it is tilled better;
there.is no watching of hired help;
the. niin'd is llot kept in it worry,
stew, and fret all the time.
irn writer thinks that if
ny of spoiling tho is“
though,” and bo is“beau,” he thinks
the proper way of spoiling potatoes
“Wlmt makes 11
little boy on the'train the other day.
"The oars,” answered his mother.—
“What for?” ‘•Because they are mov
ing.” What me they moving for?”
“The engine makes them.” “Wlmt
engine?” “The engine in front.”
“What’s it in Ii for?” “To pull
the train.’ “What train?'. ‘This one.’
‘This cur?’ repented lip youngster
pointing to the one m which they sat.
‘Yes.’ ‘Wlmt does it p'tiil for?’ ‘The
engineer makes it.' ‘Wlmt engineer?’
‘The limn on the engine,’ ‘W'liat en
gine?’ ‘The one in front.’ ‘Wlmt is
that in front for?’ ‘J told you that
before.’ ‘Told who wlmt? ‘Told you.’
‘What for?’ ,‘0h,. be.siill you area
nuisance.’ ‘Wlmt’e is nuisance?. 'A
hoy who asks too many questions.’
‘Whose hoy?’ My boy.’ ‘What, ques
tions?’ The conductor came through
just then and took up the tickets,
and the train pulled up to the station
before we could get all of the conver
sation. The last we heard as the la
dy jerked the youngster off the plat- |dowment fouud
form, was “What conductor?”
he felt no pain, mid his only si usg-
tinns were nl lire Ivd'piv his eves,
wiell changed lirst to hind:, and then
lo .- lcy-bliv. Whece colors are even
a sum i pleasure. A culprit who
veto revived when iillimsi. dead com
plained I Imt, liming lost nil pain in
mi insLaut, he had been token from
a light of which the charm delied
description. Another nriniinal, who
escaped through the breaking nl .the
halter, said that, idler a second Or
two uf Buffering, n light appeared,
and acre ' it » mnsr, beautiful avenue
ol trees.’ All agree tlmt tile unensi-
ness is quite momentary, tlintii plea
surable ll eling immediately succeeds,
that colors of various lines shirt up
before the eyes, and tlipt these hitr-
ing hec-n gazed at Inrit limited space,
the rest is oblivion. W this is the
case Michigan nnirdorer may regret
l.lie law that, consigns them to a liv
ing tomb inslend of treating them to
an entertaining chromatic exhibi
A ooloueu mail. Samuel Lowry,
living near Huntsville, lias been
quietly engaged in silk vulture, and
will this spring have two. acres laid
out in the production of the white
mulberry, the food for his silk worms.
About three years ago, Lowry recei
ved liia first lot of eggs from ail En
glishman living jn‘ Nashville. Re
and his family devoted their atten-
lion to" the study of silk culture, and
in year or two, with practical expe
rience, began los uooeed in the un
dertaking. The enterprise has suc
ceeded bo well, that Lowry, with the
countenance of tending citizens of
North Alabama, haa determined - to
establish nil academy for both sexes,
their moral and intellectual-advance
ment to he amended to, while the
culture of silk will bo a Lading fea
ture of the institution. Lowry esti
mates the profit per acre at $150 lo
$300, with ii continuous, increase us
they become more experienced. In
a week or ao lie leaves for the North,
where he will visit Washington,
Philadelphia, New York and Boston,
will) the object of securing an cn-
“We’ll he verv, Verv happy,’ sho
“Yuli bet we will! I’ve flgueil it
right down line, and I believe we
call live on twelve eggs, one pound
■of sugar, ten pounds of Hour and
une pound of blitter,
“And you’ll have a hunk i
“1 will, even if 1 have tc
“And will we keep
“And have a piano?’
“A nd 1 can have son
lows with shams on tie
“Yes my tulip—ye d ’
every domed Ihiug fro
garret, have the front door painted
bine, mid——-but leas gohi look at
some second-hand cool: stives!’—
Detroit Free /tree ■.
Wiiehi! Tuu Injury Was—
“Gentlemen of ‘lie jury,” said u Tin-
carom lawyer, “what kind of swear-,
ing has been done in this case? Here
we have a physician, a man ivjinj
from his high and noble calljng,
should he regarded as one who would
scorn lo strain his soul with: perjury
or bo iguilty of giving nUcmitoe to
111) untruth. But wlmt did iie testi-
tify, gentlemen? I pul, the question
to him plainly, mi you all heard:
‘Where was this man stabbed?’ And
what was bis reply! I’nblnsliingly,
his leal tires ns cool- and placid as
through cut from marble, lie replied
that the man was stabbed about an
inch liml-a-lmif to the left of the
median line, and about, an inch
above the umbilicus, ami yet we have
proved by three uniiupeaciiiihle wit
nesses that he was vtabbei,just below
the Young America hooting works.”
There is no ditiion’-y in having
a flower garden; a tW moments each
day will keep it in .l’der, if nut too
largo; and even a ew square Let of
laud, planted wi-h a good selection
of flowers, all c'which can he sdeur-
sd at trifling will give flowers,
everyday &■“ early Spring unt.l
lute Autui’ n > “nd will also be a con-
stunt SOl'OO of