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THE BUTLER HERALD.
W. N. BENNS.
1C«I iior aiul Publisher,
41'ttcB $1.00. 1*kb Annum.
TUESDAY, JUNE 18tl» 1878,
Tlio commencement 4 sermon of
Butler Female College was preach
ed in the Baptist church on Sun
day last by Roy. J. R. Respes3.
The subject waa Queen Vashti
and Queen Esther.
The discourse was able and ful
ly met public exnectatioi
And right on the hack of that there
are anticipated other joys which aro
indiscribable, from the signt and
preparations being made for the bar-
baoue to be served at or near Judge
copies’ mill. Judge Peoples is a
good citizen who is taking tut active
part ulso. We will invito \on llironglt
the coin in its of the Hbrali>,wlion the
day is appointed. Mr. Weslov Al
len and WiMio Mullen have the best
cotton we. have seeu this year. Mr.
Allen is u scion tic you’ng farmer. He
needs credit for the skill and judg
ment displayed on his farm this year.
E. C. CORBETT. Pro.
Skviu.y OrroaiT* I’a&enoeb Depot
2 to $11 Fer buy,
Acr.onhoy to Room
I AN IE R HOUSE,
B. DUD, Proprietor,
MACON, - — — O -**■
provided with ever;
or theiiccouitnodut ioi
n |* (irons. Tun ii.ua-. m i
desirable and convenient
lion of the city.
Have the btst the market ufl\K Omni
bus to and troth depot ft-ee of charge, bag
,<*gc handled true or uharg
tih'nt* °nrf‘w?' jV!J[rwi B V «50?.* k#, u S»o
B est Mxlh Nicer-1. ClBrfniwtl, O.
ergons who are highly cultur
ed, who are blessed with education
and spiritual advantages the
preacher agreed are under ahliga-
tions to t heir inferior; they should
live upright aud holy lives that
their examples should be produc
tive of good aud not ol evil.
To the graduating class the
preacher gave much sound and
wholesome advice, and very clear
ly indicated to them if they would
make a success of this life, they
must not content themselves with
mental, moial aud physical train
ing, hut they must seek and ob
tain the higher spiritual training
All picseut were delighted with
the discourse and we regret that
time and space for.bid us giving
even an outline ot the able and
eloquent set moo to which we have
referred. It will not soon be for
gotten by the large and intelligent
audience which was present on
Ci'awjovU County Item ft*
Mn. Eiutob; It seems that the boy
in and around Fincher’s Pancho, ar
partial to the I1hi ai.ii, In seeing their
column ideations appear occasionally
it gives me courage to write some
tfil true. No rink. It-uiVv. i.
1 want a butthuMH at which
i*sons of either Hex c-au mak-
vgreat pay ail the lime they work, writ*- tm
krticulara to li. Hai.i.kxt & Co , Portland
rtW«t«hf*Mto?7. lterolvfn a
IxF.O. Over lOOjatntNovelUps "
Mr. Kditor, the signs of the good
old time- has once more made their
appealance around here. It nttoiule
me much pleasure to ride along tin-
• oud and view the green Helds ft hat
are interspersed with gallant stains
that stand upright siari ug mu in the
ia«-e, as though to say“l have the stall'
of life with me”; as it did, \vhen 1
heard Unit Tildcn was elected.
The longer we live the more we
know. So experience has taught us
to curtail our crops to make them
pay. We then Iook to the other side
of the read, and only see patches of
that fleecy staple. Happy to say
those portly stalks which will he sup
ported bj that standard old fertilizer
bearing 1 the brand of “E.Frank Coe/’
prom bn- a hounlcfut yield, which it
will do. provided mo lurlLer disaster
befalls. Tin* dejected in good spirit,
nml’the loin; faced made round ami
rosy, indeed everybody seems to be
in posse? 1 -ion of a great deal of joy
A cow in Monroe county pawed
a negro man to death.
Mrs. L)r. McLaughlin,of Marion
Icnuuty, died last Hn inlay Week.
' Mrs. Robert Foster of Talbot
connty, aged 54 years, is dead.
The Ainericus Republican, now
a semi-weekly will be published
a> a daily on Sepeember 1st.
A valuable horse died in Wil
kinson from the effects of swallow-
ing « nail found in Western hay. | «*.
An engine aud SIX freight cars U uiiliev sex. right ill their own localities,
l the Georgia Railroad were ParHenlnrs ami wimples worthi$G free. Ioj-
* . prove your spare time at this business. j4d-
recked buudar morning near tam Htxsnon * 0o., Portland, Maine,
tlunta hy some one purposely
euving a switch open.
Dr. Byron Cnpeland, while rid-
ng with hie eieter, Miee Ella,
tear Valley Plains, saw a hawk
tid took hi. pistol to fire at it.
he.horse suddenly started, aud
e weapon accidentally discharg
1, Miss Ella receiving the bullet
it the thick part of her thigh,
lie ball, a No. 2 Smith & Wes-
ion, has been extracted, ami the
uund is not dangerous. After
|fhe accident, by a quick turn, the
loetor was thrown from the bug-
:y and his shouler dislocated,
e was out next day.
John L. Ready,who killed Wil
liam Fitzgerald, in Worth coun
ty, 1872, and who fled immediate
ly afterwards, was eaptnred in Ba
ker county Saturday lust, by the
Sheriff of Worth county. He had
been living in Baker under a dif
ferent name, but when arreBtcd
acknowledged that he was John L.
Ready, and that he did the killing;
but he claims that he was justifi
able, They were both employed
cn the same plantation in Worth,
and had a difficulty at the gin
house, when Ready killed Fitz
gerald by breaking his head with
a pice of timber.
On Wednesday last, Mrs. James
McOowen, of C olumbus,attempted
to juump into the river for the
purpose of drowning herself. She
was prevented by some negro wo
men who saw her as she was about
to oomm it the deed. Cruelty on
the part of her husband is assign
ed as the cause.
Buena Vista Argus: Bev. R. F.
Willimsom, living near EUaville,
sustained quite a loss by lightning
on Monday night, 3d inst. Twelve
of his best porkers took shelter nn
der an outhouse, near his residence
Lightning st uck the huilding,
killed eleven out of the uumber:
ihe remaining one did not leave
the bed in which they lay until
next evening, and not until arous
ed hy a litlle soli of Mr. Willlutu-
son's, who fouud the hogs dead in
The Angustn Evening News has
advices of several add itional caslt
alties from the ,late storm. A
house belonging to Mrs- L. A.
Adams nn tlffi S'.uthwestern Rail
road was struck by lightning, and
two of five inmates, Miss Adeline
More and Mrs. P, T. Smith,
instantly killed. The others were
injured. Also, it, sayr that a Mr
W. P. Ferrell, who resided near
the six-mile jost on the Georgia
Railroad, was fatally injured by n
falling tree. He lay helpless tilt
der the tree front Sunday until
Monday morning when hervasdis
coved and takeu to a house near
the sc. as of the accident f wliere he
died. He was a school teacher
and much respected by all wito
knew him. He leaves a wife to
mourn his loss.
SEA Foam makes the heat cookery.
Its -strength is double that of may
other baking powder.
It is on that account the cheapest
One can of Sea Foam ie worth three
of any other baking powder.
By the ubo of it, your bread will be
equal to Fifth Avenue.
Your food will be the best
Your health will be preserved.
Your daily work made easier.
Bread will be waiter and richer.
You will save a great deal of money.
By the wee of Sea Foam, a barrel of
flow mahte forty pound* more bread.
Tour bread, biscuit, and cakes will be
always light if Sea .Foam is used.
It is a new comfort for home.
It is pure, and not adulterated.
It is healthy for you and the children.
It is the perfection of science in
Your cookery will be always good.
You will always have a good cook.
It makes every cook a good one.
Your bread will never be sour.
Chemists who have analyzed Sea Foam
Physicians who have experienced or
witnessed its health-promoting
properties, commend it.
Wholesale grocers always commend it
Retail merchants who have introduced it
among their customers and noted its
wonderfully rapid sale, never fail to
Husbands and fathers, whose wonder
and delight at the greatly improved
and uniformly good quality of the
bread and pastry have led them to
inquire the cause, are loud in their
commendation of it
Housekeepers who have ones used it will
have no other, and thus most strongly
Cooks whose best efTorts with other
powders have failed, are jubilant
over Sea Foam.
U over the country it is
Actually the ladies of Georgia, where
Sea Foam has been irUroduud, are
now as noted for their excellent bread
biscuits, corn-cakes, and other cookery
as they have always been for their
Nowhere in the world can be found
better bread, biscuit, and cakes
than is produced by these noble
ladies. There is a constant rivalry
among them to see who shall make
And not only is this the. case, hut SEA
Foam adds to tiieik beauty,/or
health brings beauty, and nothing
more conducive to good health than
light, nutritious bread, cakes, and
pastry, which Sea Foam never fails
Sea Foam is tor sale by all first-clan
retail grocers in nearly every city,
If your grocer hasn't it in stock, and
is an obliging man, he will get it
for you. If, however, you are un
able to obtain it readily at home,
send for circular and price-list to
Gants, Joses & Co.
Manufacturer* and Proprietors}
176 lane SI, New Yort
CiUHART & CURD.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &C.
Tl.V A \ l> tVOODEX WAllli OF EVEBT KIND,
AVu tluno now in st-iro a lartte nnrl welt acoort.d .took M
Pocket m.tl Tuln* u lery—Fain ank's Standard Settle g
rtf- Mrreli.mtK sort outlier .vowl.l .In well to give on n cull nn.t nxiuntoo oor .took
UtON Fit XT STOUF, CltKKItV STRUCT. MACON, flA.
h WNDOW SHADES, &C
AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERY BODY,
W. & E. P. TAYLOR.
00ON AVENUE, MACON, GEOEGIA. [dec25-3m.
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MONUMENTS. HEAD-STONES BOX COMBS,
VASES, I BOS BA II. r XU, COFIGS, BUILDIG WOBK
CORNER SEOHND AI?D POPULAR SR EETS,
Oppoctt. J. W. Burke t Coe, Rear of Roe. A Ooleniane'e,
.tfACON, - _ _ _ _ GEORGIA
r. O. Box. -125. ORDERS SOLCITED. •
ROBT. II. MAY & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER IN
CARRIAGES, BDGGIES AND WAGOIR.
■luldlcs, Harness, Hltips, Trunks, Vall.es, Sole, Upper & Harness Leather,
FRENCH A Nik AMERICAN CALF SKINS•
LACE LEATHER, SHOE AND HAKRES8 FINDINGS.
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