W. N. 11BNNS, EJitw ui I'inr.M. j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FRIDAY, DKCEMNF-R 16, 1*76.
_Mr. O. W. Dam, formerly of Tuekagee,
Alv, *u found (land in bis bvd, at hi* pkn-
teticn five mil*** below Albany. On.. *w»erei
days «ga The Altmny New* think# it quee-
lionabla wbethtr ba eoramided suicide or
was poisoned by tome one elaa,
—The Bevnnusb Nows thinka thet if all
theeotton gU« himad thla scesea, number
ing snout sixty in tha Stole of Qacvgie, and
moat ot tham bnt down as incendiary, could
apeak, it would appear that lueifer malehea
ware tba eaoaaof mlao-tectba of tha aaanltiea.
—Atlanta will receive between eighty no 1
ninety thousand bales of ertton this yes*.
—John McNally was knocked off the irack
of the Brunswick A Albany Railroad on
Ifanday, and ininrad earerely and danger-
flotlj. Ha was lying asleep on tba anda of
the am ties outride of tha rails, and waa
not ran over. He ia a sailor who deserted
hie teasel at Wilmington. N. 0.
—The gin boose of Hr. II. O. Lamar, in
Lee ooanty, together with twenty-flte bales
of oatten, waa destroyed by Art ou Wednes
—A man Denied Newton bulloch wm ar-
raated In Goiumbni. charged with the murder
of a nagtw. hack driver -rnacd Hack Lewis.
The mnrder waa a rather mysterious affair,
happening two miles wet of riolombna.
Bulloch aays he cm prove an alibi.
—Old John Bobu presented to the citi«
».»■ of Golnmbns yeMerday un '•xhibitior.
that, for attractiv-niiHr-. worth and novelty,
ban no equal on the io:itineut • t Amirito
John aays this bin.sell' .-ni be generally
knows what be wc a
—A woman aud her two children were
burned with the hmww in wliich they w
sleeping on Jud^u J. H. .Tones' place
Twiggs nouaty. Acci U'lit.illy flrod.
—Tba negro vote of Gnfflu ntb.* balanoa
of power, aud tha Gridin News s.*yn that Mr.
Oanrge weu: into ilia Mayoralty "over oar
vets." This Is Grant all over.
—A little son of Mr. Moye. reriditg fonr
mllai from Camilla, Mitchell county. while
dnvrng tha gfc* wuk caught between the
band and wkMftfhd insiauu? kUled.
—The dwdUng hnose of Mr. W. T. Stew-
Alt, of Camilla, was burned ou Sunday last
with lie oentents.
—Fewnan Herald; A ft* days ago a
vary distressing aoddent befell one of the
children of Hr, O. ML Cavender. It seems
that seme pistol cartridge* mere on the man
tel. and in some way got knocked oft. One
of them rolled into the Are and exploded,
pending the ball into the face of the child, as
Infant which was In front of ths Are. The
hall entered immediately below tha aye and
penetrated so far that tha attending phyrioian
has been unable to And it, although the
wound has in an proUd to a considerable
death. The rightof the eye is not datroved
and the child seems to be dring remarkably
wall, with every indication of a teoovexy.
The tendersviHe Herald.
Wa notice that Ibis excellent paper haa
changed hands, haring beau bought by Wil
liam Park A Co,, and will hereafter be con
ducted by our agreeable friend, Prof. William
Park, A. M. late President of Le Vert College
Talbotton, Georgia, and formerly connected
with the well-known book Arms of G. AC.
Martian and J. W. Burke k Co., aa general
Southern agent. Mr Park la an exeaUent
scholar, foerifal# and elegant writ jt and
puto-mindai, trpe Christian minister and
gentleman. Ha is a native Oourgian, eda
<*ted|U tha Stela Dnlvaraity. and lor many
yaan cotuaacted with female colleger and
amdeueUs in our Bute.
l tea 1,100ruhecriben, __ ....
“ m for four good counties. We
head to the ndHortel chair, and
wish him aver? sueeesn Tha good people of
Wasbingtsu gouty are to ba congratulated
on tbdr good fortune ia gaining no wenhv
and assailant a cite*, and —aanepHeherl
gentleman m tha editor af their popular lo-
The difiereot editions of Pu 6rH during
the next year will be the aims as dorian the
year that ban Just peered. The daily effition
'll on week days be a sheet of four pagan,
jd on Hundaya a sheet of eight pages, or 5fi
bvead columns; while tha weekly edttieu will
lie a sheet of eight pagea ot the same (Nmen-
dons and ahnntcUr tbit are already familiar
lo our ivtande.
The Hon will still aontinne to be tba siren*
nous advocate of re'eno and rstrenchmsot,
and cf the ankntitation of statesmanship,
‘ - nr bellow pretence,
i the administration
., wntend for th
ornment of tha people by the people a
tha people, aa opposed to government by
frauds in the ballet box and In the equating
of votes, enforced By military violeeiee. It
will andaavar to aupriy its readers—a body
now not far from n million of souls—with the
molt earefal, oomplete, and trustworthy ac
count of currant events, and will employ for
this purpose a numerous and carefully select
ed tuff of reporters and oerrsspandi *
rennets fram Washington, espcdall;
full, seen rats, and forlorn; and it mi
lorn continue to deserve and enjoy the hatred
of those whs thrive by plundering tha Treas
ury or by usurping what tha law dees net
giv* them, while it will endeavor to merit
the nuuAdanoeof the puhlia by defending the
rights of tha peopte egeiut the encroach-
Is of tha people agrim
s of unjustifiable powai
is pries of the dally tin
The prise of tha drily tint will ba 56 rente
a mouth or $AM) a year, peri paid, or with
tha Monday edition If .70 a year.
Tha Sunday edition alone, right pagan of
Toe \?mx.T Sow eight pagea of 55 btoafd
ooluaas, will be furnished during 1877 at the
the previous rates of the 1
toyed by individual aabeo..
ncreedty of mining up 'jobs. At the same
tint, if any cf oar friends choose to rid ia
extending oar circulation, we ahan ba grate
ful to them, ana eresy cash person who sends
os ten or move sash unbornigers from one
Place wii| be entitled to one copy of tha pa
per for hlmieif without charge. At one dol
lar a year pottage paid, the axpenaewof the
paper ana printing are berafy repaid; and
cooridering the site of the chest and the
qua)tty of its contents, wears confident the
peopfe **1! consider Tan Wnsnnx dew UU
cheapest newspaper published in the worp*
ud be trust apo one of the bod.
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Poetry, Bketehae, Stories, Music, Florieult-
ura, and every branch of entertaining read
ing calculated to enliven and elevate society
and make ear koines attractive, uscAil a nd
IS unrivaled HagyinawiU earns
its sixteenth year with January. 1577, and as
heretofore, fuQ of new literary, eulerminlng
and nsefol subjects to whioh it is devoted.
With each nrmber will be given a superb
<-rtloied caldaet picture (worth the whole oo*t
of the Magarine,) in oil, mounted on a met
ready for framing.
Every subscriber at three dollars Is entitled
to tbo selection of a premium (of which there
are eighteen), delivered or forwarded imme
diately on reeript of the subscription.
Every article offered is o! Ant quality, indn-
ding books, any one worth the price of sub
scription; Chromos from Celebrated paint
ings and canal to the originals, of lmge alec
end suitable for auj parlcr; Pockriv Coon
Srevia; tixsnuc or nvasa Cdtzzno, (this re
ceived the Highest Centennial Award;) Bit-
ver-ploted riVre of all kinds; Stationery,
LinVmMarket, etc., etc.
W# have larger aud more valuable Prmnloius,
inclodiog Bcoxe of all Mate, SavBB^WATsn
Wax*, Bsacot btwe, bomoue, gerwne-
coam, Gaios, Tawji CTtlut, Clocxj,
AnraaiADLa Tablxs, Fumre Micxmi,
Kmirmo Macbkwu, Cbzwa. Durwaa and
Tba time' and numerous other desirable ar
ticles of whioh a foil list will be ferririmd
on adpUcationof the publish*,
W. JKNNIMCS DKMORKST,
17 Eui Ifn tm. N. T,
«mj*hn Sea. for
THE NATURALISTS’ AGENCY.
COLIJ&lION OF MINERALS
FOHATUDEFT8, AMATBUIW, P1M>
FBtitiOBB, I'll Y8IC1AN8, AND Ul'UEH
I'ROFESP ION A L MEN. The^e collections
iUnetcnle all the priuHpel epcoirs aud ail the
grand hubdiviiuoue in Lana nud oiaer works
on Mineralogy; every Crystallite Ky»D-m; nil
ib# principeTOree and every known F.Kaueut.
The oelleutione are labellet! with a printed
label that can only be removed by nonking.
The labels give Dana's aperiew. miinbei tbr
name, end la moat c-uhm, tne oomiiMUtion of
100 Cry«tials and Fragmrnts foi*Htudy,$1.00
100 bpedment, titndeot's riae larger. G.00
100 Specimens, Largw, Amateur'a wa*. 21x11
Gollleetiona of Qeme, Ores. Earthly Min-
emle, Minerals usul in any Arts or Agrionl-
taiw, on hand or put np to Older.
We sell Minerals by weight, for Ibe Chtm-
1st aud blowpipe nee; at very low prices, an
tiamerakite Wa, per th., Allanite 26. per lb.
lirookits Pare Crystal 86e. per tb., ltutile
pare 36c. per ft., WavelLto H6c. per lb.,
Bicode 10s. per pound.
Tue herbarium of Iowa plants that recriv-
ri the hiehest award, is placed m my band*
for sal* for $250. The cum alone is wont
Several 11.000 worth of Bock/ Mountain
Birds, dbeU*. Botanical Specimens, Mound
Builder* ttcUee, As., an hand.
A. E. FOOTE, M. D.
Frol Caemisiry and Mineralogy
/•flow Am. Ast'n Adv. qf >' , 6 nee.
8725 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, Ta.
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CHRONICLE AND SENTINEL
la published daily, tri-weekly, aud week
WALSH k WEIGHT, - - Proprietor*.
Fall telecnphlc dispa tehee from all point*,
Leteet and moat aaoumte market reports.
Interesting and reliable miresponJence from
oil parte of Georgia, Carolina, and Washing-
toa City. Georgia and Carolina news a
Drily, ob# year, 810; six mouths, $5.
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1 m P< ILITIC.AL CAMPAIGN OF 1876
. width, iucludee NeHonnl, Mete end
county «ldrtioas, end which will undoubted
ly be the most active and hetly conteaud ef
any since the memorable canrasM of 1NQ0, is
new fsirly opened. The National Democrat
ic Party will this year nuke a hold, > vigor-
one, and doubtless snooenfifu] struggle for tke
maintenance and impremacv of thoee print!-
plea which are vital to the prsHperity ef tb*>
tUpublic and ewiential to the well-being of
In additioo to the Presidential election, the
people in Georgia and Florida will elect new
State governments, In Florida the cam-
paini promise to be unusually vigorous,
and there is a probability that lor the first
♦ime ri’ioe the war the people of that lladi-
oal-ripden State will elect a Deiteeratie State
• leveronMBt. In these oarapaigna the peo
ple of the South are deeply iutereated; and
wry iutelligentoitizen. who hue the welfare
•'f hia country and hi* section at heart, should
•»r>piaint liimaelf with every ddtail of the
-d wmk -f re ..niiption and reform that if
row going on.
To thin «ud he should eulwerib# to end ea
4at in arcnlatiog the fovaiunh MOrulig
»Wk, an independent l>emeeretie new»-
imiH-r. of pronounced opinion* und fmrlrss
n t swr rxpreaeior; a paper that ia reeognin-
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[u fdiioriul department ia rigorous, theught-
"il nud con*i*tent. while it* new* end local
'tupfartment* are inarvele otiudcHtry andeom-
oietmus. It* department of Georgia and
Florida nffairu is not oonflhed to s mere ber-
- ui nummary of event* tranapiring in thoee
vtatni.. but is enlivened by comment at ante
«pt, uuiriy, and racy.
The ample resourem of the establiabmecri
will be devoted to fomiahing the xmdere ef
with the latest intelligence from all parts of
•.he world, through ths press dispatches,
special telegrams. Mid by means of tq>«*ial
oorreepondence; and through these agencim
the paper will be the earliwt ohronleler of
every noteworthy incident of the politim!
campaign of 1876.
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