‘he W«klg fteputtitan.
1-1ANC0JK. GRAHAM A REILLY
I *. w. uuicock,
Friday Morning, October 11,1870.
FOB CONGBE88—2d Disiekt,
HON. NELSON TIFT,
flay The members of the State Demo
iratio Executive Committee urc request
ed to meet at Atlanta on Saturday, th*
22d day of October, at 10 o’clock a. m.
They will Iks informed at the office of CoL
Alston of the place of meeting.
Clifford Axdxbsox, Chairman,
Democratic papers please copy.
Death of General Robert E. Lee.
Tlie painful it telligence per telegraph
received, announcing the death of that
uoblo gentleman and great vrarrior, Gen-
■ral Rorert E. Lf.k, has draped the h*
Gloomy Prospect ©#, Peace.—'ThogAddress Deli Ye red on Dty of' Atone- revolution in our forms and ceremonies,
wndition of ftgtirs in Europe, says the aunt by JL D. Friedman to the Israel- in om <“4 hearts.
* ' ** * “ ‘ ites at Americas, Ga. Human history is not a retracing of th*
’VlTto*.. 2 fcclsometvhatrclactant
Boston Adrertiter, has a gloomier aspect
than at any time sinoe 1815. Not only
loos the tear go on tri& renewal of activf
hostilities in the field and the bloodshed
in which there has been a partial iinter- .
-option for several weeks past, but it is .. 6 °^ > ^ n ***?
impossible to see on end jo the stmggie. °Z.t.
The terms of the two combinations area*
■vide apart as the pales^ If the minoi
perceiving times These circles though describing exactly
ioniats residing here, towards the jierpet
feel myself to bo for the task, in saying .. , ., ,
'sw words on th«, considered, the most Iar "“ th ” . t>«eedm ff one.-]
iported in recent dispatches,
iuthenticated, they do not bring
whit nearer the coming of peace; and it i#
peace for which tlie tffittide observe)
“T’ 11 ,heinlcr » t <'' bnniMiitj, E " n *° sr0 the etern “ l W0VC3 olfrogres
mwhmh e Ter 6 .deh.,„re,„d,e.m„1-,B»^ io ^ iis r to iI ^ nmrttmtly inereasiog in b«*dtl.». ir
really say from my heart that I feel de- ?*■**“• they eneompK, the esta
Voted, prond of tl,e harmony and good^” 11 Therefore, my friends,
[feeling which I see evinced among yon,
it is encouraging for any one to per-
whichever side his prejudice may lean.
Uready the people*of Germany lament
.he prolongation of tho war, and in the
midst of their rejoicings over victory art
tppolled at the thought 'Of the wintei
which seems before them. All tlie worlc'L
hM begon to pity the soflermg, of FmneeS 11 P™*"** " n l
ont they will hardly be greater than t h < F ope<fom,n A ‘ L
miseries of Germany,* If thePmssi*t|
irmies undertake a long campaign in th«
inemy’s country. At snch a crisis we cai
om of the Middle Geotylau, published Nixon’s Cincus at Americus, ojf Fpir.
%i 'Griffin, who was in attendance at Oct. 21kt—A Grant* Baboon Ascex-
the space are continnally rising in height.
nonuufl reaaing nere, unr«rus mw perpev i v ° . *»
mtion of Judaism, in this sooth psrt of «•» »<>«, th. «m, „ when ynr
the country where, perhaps, a Jewish ser , . a 8 ° ne arg ® 8 J*^° of
.on ™ never before iDditlged in, causes o circle to babble np, wlneb
irompled me, in .ammoning my facal- one«ndtiu.^mn
; * mm th[i<r „„ ' T jpuother, and so on, to the utmost limit#
th» whole liquid apace, each of thes*
ben you now perceive that fast step oJ
reform, progress and advance, itefeveriab
pulse beating so load and the revolution
Bary wave surging so violently against th*
ng their enterprises with great energy
md success. In the business |>art of th'
21 ty there is a largo square in the centra
if which is a brick Court ’House, with a
town clock. There is a large number of
stores of every description inviting and
injoying the trade of one of the most
interesting sections of Georgia. Th*
private residences, are oomfortable, c
nucli ground, and some of them
stylish and have an imposing appearant
is they are embowered with trees ol
the natural growth and erergreens, and
idorned with flower-gardens. There
l 1 are to-day assembled for the pnr-U . . .... ......
of celebnJing the mo st *»cred day bebeve .bat rehpoa and
K id landmarks of traditional creed and
• , „ T look hopefully for come uufdleaeee
oief throughont the country W.th th,S , mt „„ to tlm misfortnm
p-eat of earth ins name stands pre-emi-ffi . • . . .
* ■which human ambition and tho thirst foi
martial gluiy have brought upon two
nent: and the halo of virtue and hono:
hat beamo<l on his brow shall stand
pillar of light and glory. Let the noblf
lero rest, his lalwirs are ended, and ir
rrov* a nation weeps over his tomb.
Leaixotos, Va., 10 a. m. October 12.
a Mn.nouo, Va.—General ICoinurr E.
the Cliristiau geutlcmau, and here
if a hundretl battles, breathed his last
•-liirty m : nutcs past nine o’clock ihif
morning, of congestion of the brain.—
\gcd sixty-three years, eight months ant
Richmond, Va., October 12.—Tli.
Dispatch Los just received the following
<pecinl telegram from Loudington: Gen
-ral Lee died this morning at half past
‘clock, he began to grow worse
Monday and continued to sink until he
great people, and. find comfort in tin
•Id proverb that the darkest hour
[before the dnv.
ilaces of business are closed; the belli
tolilcu, and tlie a-hole eommni^ eommnnieation t.i (be Angara
□thrown into tho deepest grief.
A Washington special of tho 7th inst.
the Macon Journal gives the following
; rovenuo appointments mtdi on that
lay for the Slate of Georgia; John Riley,
•Samuel T. Anderson, Louis Seldnor,
Wm. Goodwin, Assistant Assessors foi
NVm. T. Gay, John Thomas Sandwich,
Assistant Assessors for tlie Second Dis-I
Stiu-heicj vs. Akehmax.—The Mobil*
fffislcr commenting upon Hon. A. H.
Stephens’ crushing reply to Attorney
AJcernian's impertinen^Tri^tnres on the
politicial doctrines advanced in his re
cently published work, says : ^
Amos T. Akerman, tho prescut At
torney General of tlie Hnitp^States, om
of the innumerable small potatoes that
have come to tho top o? the present boil-
]>olitical cauldron, having ' taken
occasion to declare that the doctrine*-
oromnlgnted by Hon. A. H. Stephens,
•The War Between th«
I T. , 7 ... . _7 Ulei ttorh - war ueiwoeu in*
5 >rcnthcd bw lost lhia morning. Thf state*,- were -pernicioua, and ought to
be suppressed,” 3fr. Stephens writes
'ionaliat, in which he completely pulved-
Amos, and teat tors his Akermaniou
arguments to the winds. The letter oi
Mr. Stephens is a very able one, and it
written with unusual vigor and ability.
Thero hasn’t been as much punishment
nflictcd on any one since Lord Macaulay
tho 4th District; Chna. IV. Chapman, J 1 '' 0 : '' r - Robert j- fontgomciy-^ and hif; in a cnllivat* the diTine spark of his rtiktl,
poems that awful dressing which may be
found in his ‘Essays.* Mr. S^.ophpn-
Attlio late Jewish synod, held at Leip
e, tho. following was resolved : “No t * 1
bitter or harsh expression shall be con
raine*l iu any of tlie prayers under revi
sion or to bo newly composed ; the con
tents shall embrace all human beings oi
the universe, and nothing shall lie said
therein with regard to the chosen peo
ple which might in tho least offend om
brethren of another creod.”
aearthe Meuse swam over it in the midst
jf the fire of the mitraillenses which foi- paper says
lowed them. Ono of tho survivors,
.veil-known captain, arrived in Paris at
Amos, and clipped big wing*
n’t roost quiti J 4 *
friends' ** ou ^ t ^ ieir shadow which may
t Is ivossiblt lie ftffecte<1 * °«>y their husks, their gari'
. | and form may lie at stake, but their
aeuee is nnchangeable and invulnerable
n the Jewish Calendar, and I liav.
the solicitation of some of
resolved to add as much as
with pay feeble facilities, to the solemni
ty oi the occasion, by addressing
roril,* lo . . T ... 1 oo,H s,tade « ’ they underlie human civiliza-
My text will lie from Leviticus, 19th nr ^ .
........ ,. r , r , „ • • Lov* tlOQ — nro the s*'cret lever of progress and
°' <a theonly cement of the humanitarian tem
ple whose erection cannot be stopped.—
No, it can not; for the great architects
everywhere, to be
as God himself. They are above all vici
excellent opportunity for passiuj
Presiden of this j a few delightful hours,
called by tho ——
stories and fine appearance. Prof.
Urowu, who was for a time | rofess
Marshall College, *
I Furlow, a gentleman who contributed
xrgely to its erection. Americas is said
ocoutaia about four thousand inliabi
The Grand Lodge of Good Templars^
iield tho Annual Session in Americas
chapter, OTiarln Lei-echo Con
shy Neighbor, Ac., ” a sentence In that
jhnpter not yet in practice ; n sentcnc*
rtfcl^ arec^Utsaac-rea altar* only in ; t ' tlmc7t r 7ct,ue ...
the exalted heart* of a lewof the human , otmd nol ^ a ‘L Vo ^,
b '" 13 3 'f‘, “ r f'O'i l^mgcmiBiarod ^ m of chrieti „ nil ,
tlin m^s t ,o I-,.!c MohammodanKm, Zarate anj Con
. Tlie chapter begins with the sublime • ,
ixordiunr: “ Spexik uuto all the congre WQ ^ Q _ j )rAnc j i . th^humnn ' fWli^ 3" eUl lh0 Annual Session in Americas on
Ration of Israel and say uuto them: Ye . . . , the 5th,6Ui and 7th. The delegates repre-
diall lie holy.” This holiuess, that is iIa “, , , op ^ ll,,borer3 of tem ] rented some seventy Lodges and 2, 146
ipintunlly, moral excellence, harmonious r . ..
* , * ’ . „ .. ... Love thy neighbor as thyself. So small
development of all onr active capacities, . . f.
' bnjily, moral ami iutellectnal porfoe- ‘ m 'rM tB f 1 “ T '
,f all legislation, ol "”7 “ J
„ . H‘ he extent of its meaning; but its es
sence is holiness, religion and morality.
We congregate to-day to discharge an
ibligntion to onr God, that is “ of balanc-Swith high and deserved popularity. His
ng onr account in that great Ledger inpwife is tho daughter of an esteemed
Heaven; but think you of snccecding jflfriend of ours who is long since dead,
when yon but camply with the form and) " " '
ceremony of to-day, when yon, perhaps,!
home to-night satisfied with your task,Pjears since. Ho has welf survived tb
simply because you have come up to thc|| 8 boek of the Revolution.
ns w delighted to meet with Mr.
, that ii
ill religion, of all the 3Iosaic revelation,—
to be holy, to he religions, does not me
to tho Hebrew to treasure up a large
;ount iu the great Ledger in Heaven,
tlie worlt^to come, as with the gentile
pictorials, nor to gain the favor of the
leities for earthly purposes as with th*
pious pagan. No ; to bo religious means,
for the Jew to elevate his spiritual nature
ibove tire material nature, to secure to
Shorn luepreponaemnceover me uuuj. , 4 . en. it. jouuson anu uis excellent; \
cheri..hantT above vleosnre, to foate. '“‘'“SI “><• P^B ■>W-a.ll notdo| lcM t ; mn ,., her M*j. W. A.
* it. lonr netionsi Dll fllla linn ntilio n-lll?n,l,o i. an.l fining .....11 tlm •
to kindle it into a bright, glorious flame
of virtue and generosity, of intellectual
xy effectually YupprenW* tin . ullnre aud ^tn.Uty, to aoar np to c
divine Father, to be immersed and
bigtf!n«t| (re . hKlin the sacred well, of which oui[ ]
soul is but a separated drop constantly
yearning to return to the source of all
light. This means to ns “ Ye shall be
When wc carefully survey tho 19tfc
chapter of Leviticus, wheu we minutely
verse wlint a falluess
[thought does not enter oar mind ! What
Miss Isabella McCulloch. —Some
few months ago a paragraph was circuit};
ted in the papers that this lady had beer
married to Brignoli. Within a fev
weeks after this announcement, another
was started to the effect that she had!
presented her husband with o pair taS
twins. This last report we did not credit,p
Rather than surrender to tho Pms and declined to give it cireulation.
s, many French soldiers who were find the denial of tho truth of both re
ports in the Augusta Chronicle. That
Miss McCulloch came to Columbia,
South Carolina, on a.visit to her relative#
S his aged father’s house. Before embrac- a fow weeks ago, and, wo liave been in
ing him, his father asked : “Have yon formed, indignantly denied the truth ol
iigned the capitulation ?” “No, mon stories published. Sbe claimed to be still
pore.” “Then, my son, come and cm- single, and apparently had no idea oi
brace me and go and fight.” changing her condition. Some of tin
papers even went
Bocus Amber. Many of these orna- t ] la ^ t w j n8 ]i at ] |x^ n born o the sweel
menta, sold for genuine amber, are mere- singer,”
Both reports originated in the North,
doubtless put forth to blast th*
tigence, what noble teachings orjnsticc Ti i *T i *• i
„.-h, Ihrongli trial* and tnbnlations auch
id cJiarili/, i/enerosity and humanity,
Ideal, and yet practicable! Nearly all the
relation - between man and man, from the
private family, to the State and society at
large, are recognized in their
dal reality, all are taken notice of and
legislated upon in masterly strokes of Di
That chapter composed 3,500 years ago
by an Abrahamitc contains scarcely a few
verises belonging to his time and his cir-
“^ Bon _ DC ^ eum.stanccs, while the great majority ol
them are of all times and of all circum
itances. Indeed, the whole chapter
the revelation of the religion of tho fu
ture. It lays clown the eternal basis of a
imitations. Beads sold for clouded am
berareoften but a mixture of gnma.^ lurlu „ ulva lnl
which are soft ami also eomly amalguma- re p ntllt i on for chasUty of this noble, ... , , , ,, . , ,,
■ed with fatty matter?, and become doll | ligbloI1C( i ond accomplished SonUi. n, -osnety founded on truth, love and bn-
ind dirty on tho surface as veil as scratch ^ with the view to bring her to th. y \ . I","'" ^ “i
id. The false amber earily sbovm.g leve j 0 f ac * resaos 0 f th free lovo kind P’"‘ b fuioini,1K boli:, “' 10 P°°P le -—1
dcrapo n smaU portion of the suspected lvho nre to bo fonnd fa tho Norft Md
material to powder, and if it dissolves in „ ho , reqneaUj im themselves on
turpentine, whether hot or oold, it is not ^them nndiences.-Coi-on6.« S»».
imber. Real amber has a clean, smooth
feel, and dees not scratch readily.
Bad News for a. Min steel.—During
the i>crformancc of the Skiff k Gaylord ver ^
troupe of minstrels at the Charleston
Academy of Music, on Tuesday night.
SnoT ox ctir Picket Line.—A Bavu-
oflicer tells the following; “One
with enjoining holiu
He then explains in what it consists
Reverence thy mother and thy father,
observe the Sabbath day, do not worehij
iny deities beside Go.!, leave part of thy
wealth, thy harvest, tby oil and wine, to
the poor and the stranger. Do not steal
officer teis «he following: -One n *iie, nor deal falreiy, nor swear Wreiy,
dark night a musket shot was lie.ru - or , k fr«n(l the riel, nor withhold t.i-
onr line of outposts. Instantly th*
•hole camp was aroused, and everybo<^
•lues from the poor; do not corse the
leaf nor hurt the blind. Dispense jns-
S -nor Bideaux, the mnaieal director! *onght that the French had made t hee to all. Do not spare the low, nor re
was obliged to leavo tho stage. Snbse-j
qnently, the manager explained to tbri
mdienee that Signor Bideaux hod just,
received information from France that
of his sons was dead on the bottli j
3eld, another was a prisoner of war,
while his mother was houseless
bad been ti.-ed, tlie commanding offieei lnlR0 ia no ^e; hatred or revenge, but
ight attack npon ns. After ascertain
ing the precise spot at which the shot
:plied thither and questioning th*
sntry, ‘Why did you fire, sir ?’
'rankly expostulate with thy fellow. Love
thy neighbor as thyself. Vex not the
ids and knees.’. 'Did yon challeng*
im before firing, and what answer did
he make?’ ‘Yes, I did, bnt he only said
tSS-Judge Wm, Reese, of YVilkes conn- ‘Oniloni’-ond kept coming on; so I tired.
ty, nominated in the Fifth District foigrhe ground in the vicinity wo* immo HJhoir deep truth ? of their genuine,
Congress, long term, is out in a letter de- liately and carefoUy paroDed, and before triuhic value
.•lining to run. Circumstances are such, long the unfortunate ‘Oni! ouil’ was dia
is to make it sgaiust his private interest covered, mortally wounded, .Ho
to enter the .canvass. raised upon his hind legs amid shonta ol
■■■■■■■■■■■B laughter, and proved to lie a very fine™ *
The Bclixo Passion Strong iNjand very wild boar.”
Death.—Mr. Weare Weston, a very en-
hnsiastic Democrat, who lately died in
New Hampshire, left a will and testament *®- The following sensible advice tc
n which be enjoined it npon his exeen the negro race, is from Fred Dooghis,
tore to have him borne to bia grave bj thenegro editor of the New Era at Wash
‘six true Democrats,” and to pay six dal-
there. The diffii
“ The Pall Mall Gazette this evening wa fl®** from
ington. The negroes who
lore to each of the bearere. Ha aloethiicity with tittle to do. will dr
greeted that ho funeral servicies ahonla well to prollt by the ndvice. He
be performed over his remains, unless a -‘No peoplo can flonrish who are with-
-lergyman could, be found “who never stifhomre. The negro is for tho most
preached a political sermon." Thore<nilt§P< lrt «fc‘ omaJ ' «atbeste tr; natter,
wr.s that Vneh V mipMer oonld not
B. F. Moritrw one of the edi-
heGrand Lodge of Indep^mlcnt Order nox and a Walk ix Mid-air-—We oopy
if Good Templars held iir this place last
veek, thus speaks of onr growing city.
Americus.—-Wo made a visit to this
nteres’ing city last week. Despite the \
~w price of cotton, trailo appeared to be
Two Grand Free EsmBmoNS atI
the following from tbe Atlanta Con- [
Nixon’s Circus.—Several days ago.
parties of men with long handled binsh
as, ladders, and immense caus of paste.
A FIRST CLASS
irisk, and the people prosperous, pash- were visible, engaged in covering plant ’
IHE bent Aii-1 leading authors of tho day wii
contribute to ita column*-.
The lirat No. will bo issued about tbe first
'he exhibition by Mad’lle Rozetta,
w .xo hundred foot wire in length, and
tour churches—Methodist, Baptist, Pres- fifty in height, excited the admiration and
byterian and Episcopal, and two Prin- elicited the applanse of a large crowd.—I
•ing establishments, the “Snmter Repub- The performing dogs and monkeys oi9 Buedinen copies will be sent to every Lodg<
lican” and “Amerimis Gonripr.” WonPimr aor.r.m .Irani fnrH: rMneniorl nndl'PjM State. »-
Terms—Two Dobara, per amiau» r i.v
walls in several sections of the city, with|
immense placards, posters, pictorial ■
[sheets and paragraph bills, and ho who
arould run up Marietta street.'could see
hat Nixon’s Circus was on its way to
Ulaiita. It is here, and both yestenlav
iftonioon and evening, young and old,
ich and jnior, grave and gay, in fact,
[largo audiences were present at this;
oopular place of amusement. The per
jformances were fully worthy of the well
^amed reputation of Nixon’s circus.—
S PUBLISHED WEEKLY
CITY OP AMERICUS
ur KstalilibkeJ by order of tbe Grand Lodge
Independent Order of Good Tomplars of the
State of Georgia.
W. HANCOCK. Editor.
and “Americus Courier.” *We Prof.*George, drew forth repeated
inew Mr. Perry of the Courier in Flori- deserved applause. The gymnastic fei
la, and feel sure he is a gentleman acd of the Wombold Brothers, were e-pecial-
competent Edibir, assisted as ho is by ly noticeable, as were tho splendid tron]
the irrepressible Mr. Pilsbary who form- of acrobats. ' Want of space prevents
-Tly resided in Griffin. The city is ationti *xtende*l notice of the Rnnuells family]
half a mile from the Railroad aud occn- jf Mad’lle Marie, La Petite, Emilv, Wil
uies a beautiful site. The Depot is an li* m Naylor, and Mad’lle Rozetta. Nix
excellent- new tiuilding with a very large on’s circus comprises a brilliant troupi
freight room, and a room for the Agent, ,»f horsemeu, gymnasts and acrobats.
>ne for gentlemen, one for ladies and All excellent in their style.
•mother for the freed aristocracy. There For this afternoon and evening there
is a Female College in the South* n. is again pleasure iu storo for our circus-
part of the city, a fine brick building of loving people at the pavillion, a splendid
i wn .,t n ««.^ «««««»«.» x>-~c ;in ,i varied programme being presented. 1
_ All letterso.
| ‘Good Templars Advocate,
‘ Exchanges will confc-r a favni
tho ab.>vu a few ii
fcrva -Tho specie correspoDjcut „ l.„mb„g. Tuxes
llo ti lgn 0 sends wo id to-day tlmt ho ha.U |pa aad s , op r
iiti/.enes are entitled to great credit
■ ♦ >
their kind hospitality to all the delegate*- Guards—50,000 regulars of the line and
and pleasing memories will ever spring iwnnumta
ip whenthey call to mind their visit to
Dr. W. W. Ford, .Surgeon aad Me-
300,000 Garde Mobile. These regiments s
and battalions are drilled incessantly,
|and it is confidently believed in the city
that the army of I*a
— j - alono will
•hanieal Dentist, is still practicing here 'distant date be* more than able to assume
“*’• - 1 ~—— 1 ——*— TT: the offensive with success. There has
been no street rioting or lighting
We had tho pleasure of seeing Mr. T.
RM. Furlow, a(claa^mate of thirty years ago.
- nomiuated for gover^o;
The whole German forees
occupying tho lines before Pans consits
'*if seven army corps, numbering 280,000
men, besides cavalry, which will probably
•ring the total up to 330,000 or 340,000
Your actions on this day alone, willSwho is doing, and doing well tho work
not give yon that grace wliicUyou desire.® 11 young man osugent of the Rail Road
But you ask what will be beueficiol ?j
What will elevate ns to the ]>osition i
most strive for ? It is simply our text
Leviticus, “Love thy neighbor aa thy*j
self, ” that comprises alL When we com*
up to fulfill its meaning, then, and only!
then will we be rescued from chaos, our!
minds become easy on religious matter,|
deportment be eulogized, morality,)
which I consider greater than all, will be[
suits emanating from the execution!
and practice of it.
Judaism is entirely based on my text,)
and it is that only, that has led
it that point. Wc enjoyed a visit to his
.ilantatiou about six mile3 from Americus
[toward Macon. We were highly pleased
with that lovely place and tlioso of hi-
family who live there. Wo could wil
Iingly spend the balance of our days
;h a place. We hope theMaj. will
long meet with what now costitutes
main objects of his desires and lead
other creed has over been subjected to.
From a despised race, iu almost all conn-|
tries, we have, I may safely say, kecomi
respected, powerful and influential, and]
to-day we stand on an equal footing with
ill others, simply because tho 19th chap
ter of Leviticus begins to be understood,
ita definitions have been studied by othei
denominations, and prejudice, hatred and!
persecution have been partially discarded.
‘ Love thy neighbor as tLyself ” has been:
made the foundation to nil other creeds
“ and has, after an existence of 3,500 years,
been rightly interpreted thongh only par
, . . , i i As I remarked in the beginning of my
society founded on truth, love aud hu- , . _ T , ,7. .
JT . . . lecture I am no theologian aud this is my
Masonic Liberality in Tennessee —
A Noble Purpose—The Masons of Ten-
see are raising an endowment fund
tlie purpose of establishing a “Mu-
ic Orphans’ Home* iu each grand di
on of tho State. Tho desigu is tc
purchase or receive by gift one thousand
fifteen hundred acres of land
ivision, upon a portion of which
irected school houses aud churches.
four hundred acres arc to be
laid off iu two-acrc lots, each divided
to yard, garden, etc.—Upon each lot
will be a home for each Mason’s widow
id children that may need it, food and
iment also to be furnished. The chil-
to receive an edneatiou at the
C@fr.Tho editor of tho Willimanti*-
Tournal has received thcfollowiugepisth
[for advocating town assistance to the Aii
Line Railroad: “Windham, Conn..
pt. 18, 1870,—Editor: I want iny pa
[l>er stopped i can’t stand it to have yoi
telling me how to spent my money nor 1
'£» When you told fokes to vot*
yon over steped your ortliority —
ite to advorente what y
Aownni top Orras-g^g
>u do. Napoliu
id i say he
The German works at Billencourt have
j been shelled by tlie French gunboats on
- the Seine, which were oulv driven oil
Rafter a considerable slaughter of Ger-
from Versailles of the safe retm
from Pari3 of Gen. Burnside and Col.
Forbes. They dined with Wnshbnrne,
who is iu excellent health
ul will remain at his post.
It is understood that the garrii
Paris now consists of 350,000 National
lea and yore
ttyr“ Tho buzzards are feeding on
carcass of a mule in the capitol yard oi
i great ileal of sicknca
’ll never ]iay another scent. Yean-
FBOM HEW YORK
Orgnnizt-d at a Cost of $150,000
For» Tour through the South.
. .Leader of Buxjjj
imerious, Friday, October 21 1
ADMISSION <5 Cents. ;
The Ifanagemeiu hu the pi*
FIVE OF THE MOST CELEBRATE
IN THE WORLD!
Ul for one Price of Admission
let. Nixon’s Groat Circus. 2*1. WontboU'
rroupo of Trained Dog* and Monk*-
ili-B Minnie Well's SI* ’ ""
[oaagerio of Tn
PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN KILLER
|(Ias become »n article of commerco—which
ae ever Itocair.c before. It ia as much
every bill of goods sent to country m
as let, coffee or sugar. This speaks vol-
l its favor.—Glenn’ Fails Messenger.
H. L. Vanmeter, Burmalt, writes, “Tb
P*in Killer has become an almost imliapeneib!
icle in iny family."
MONKEYS! v , ,
Mr. Nixon gu&rantess \ , L— :
the Ltulies and Child- \ \ ' ;
. d that this is one of the \ P
most pleasing and inter- • '
•sting performances tlia
A Sister of Charity, who is attending0 Kev.Jabc8L. Swi
Marshal McMahon, at l > oarn.aux-Bois,i'«"“ e "0’„ f; ‘“ ,l J'’ *"
e £ near where 4ie was wounded, thus writes :fj jj/ ii. Bixby v
costitutes thej “Never did I see so patient n suffererHdou te use the Pain K
as the Marshal. For ubout eight days htH-ug my residei
fS- • .. . _!ai a :uji: ■ i very useful d
Bold by all druggists.
the barne jiositiou, without possibili
ty of changing his bed—aud it is not f«
*t one. But there is not a complaint
his part. The wound in his hip is s*
large that a child's head could bo thrust
into it. The snrgeous cut aud earv*
about it, aud he does not utter even n
s done or given him,
Aud not a murmur at anything.
He did his best, aud supposes other:
have done the same. So s
W raueportalion he insists upon hein
taken to Wn, as prisoner. Ite sat/t
the general should share the fate of his sol
‘ The Marshal, and Mudarne the Ducli
i, his wife, are so good. I am, all th*-t
: time, busy preparing bandages and lini
for the poor wounded soldiers. Tin
Khool, qnnlifying thorn for any itstioD Marshal is not content except his soldier, ft AT^nt SSi<2 AO!
n life. Thoboys,riheQ strong enough, are taken ns good earo of as he is." X til
to cultivate the farm by detail of tiro
three hours work daily, making it, ns
r ns practicable, self-sustaining, the I Here and THF.nr..—Alluding to th<
|delleiency_to be supplied by the interrel| (actlhllt thQ rnl9si „ n Gorernment hac
. first attempt at u religious lecture.
VJ * though coming from so feeble capacities
t will not harm you to impress its mean-
be made happy aud useful, anil young ordered its soldiers to abstain from plan
ladies and gentlemen will bo trained up tier, which order, however, had not been
who will be ornament* to society,^ useful obeyed, the Freeman's Journal says :
We commend the Prussian Govern
ng on yonr minds, for without tho prac- arality with which all are responding.
• text yon
ice and partial exeen lion of
ore no Israelites, nor is there
tianity without it.
May the Lord hear your prayers ; may
l the endowment fund. TIiur all will
to the State, and the pride and glory ol
the Masonic fraternity. Seventy-two
Masonic lodges of the State have already
contributed §78,510 toward this noble
work, and from indications and the lib-
quite certain that by another season
Chris the 8Um of §200,000 will have been sc
1 cured, enough to insure the usefulness,
success and permananey of the institn-
jpect the lngh-korn. Be no tale-bearer,
indifferent spectator to wrong. In-
icaU came crawling up to menu hi. ltrangec but trent him as thyself, for
l 1 • -nis 'l.-' 1 itraugexa ye were in Egypt This menu.
Ye shall be holy.
What masterly strokes! 3,500 years
passed! Have they lost anything ol
thd nomination of a suitable candidate to
moralist, or philanthropist idi^Ftc -eprc-wnt Schley county in the low..,
aelraeted therefrom, anything?- |breneh of tho next General Assembly ol
Kent, St. Panl or Huss,
the State of Georgia.
Luther or Swedenborg added any new On motionof Mr. S A. SeUars, it war
principle to preetieal morality ? * ^ ««• "« Demoeratie ana
Conservative citizens of Schley oounty,
Thisis ’-T-ii'?’ * inconventoaaasembledipledgoonrselTe.
grentotproof of the Mosaic troth! indiyidnally nod collectively to support
Xike on antique gem in n go en ring ^ the ensning election, the nominee oi
incased in neostly casket and preserved ^ conventi
hanging by a pions owner, even so shines forth ^ moliou 0 , c j.. Cri , Pt g^..; it w
tho 8cnpto-.rs Iho glonons ehaptei TJw t this meeting proceed si
i»f Leviticus with the golden rale, Love® ■ - - 1
gold pieces »™.o S o„
wrote afew Jincs on a slip of paper, paid happened, drugged tho old woman, wh<
Ins, biU, and waited st tlie door of the qilit0 B0 v«itv years ohl, into th,
plained tho object of the meeting to bel bnt^r garden, and thero litendly trampled hei
, . . ... .. „ ina the untonor separate ana move a wav *« denth with their hnnta nnil nnnn. Af.
»b* 000.10.1.00 or a .n.hdil, eon,l.dafo.J fo opposite directions. He hnrriodlafte. ,„ r “ hieh t |,„ burned her' ?h«o nml
die latter and overtooklnin. ‘-My friend,’ , hfm . J went to the spot myself end
he sa d, “f think yon come from Mont- heard t ho story confirmed by an official
luedy? ‘IW, san* the butcher. “IJ.jftho post-office, who had refused-to
como to look for eat-^believe it, but found it wa3 true ou dig
- - - - imtablo caudidate to represent us in the!
HiUet’s anecdote you are all Sumlrnr, |„„ bn>nch oI , Uo next Geneml Assem-I
when the heathen naked him to learn him b ly of the State of Georgia; and that a!
,t thing needed ia to hare him settle his religion, while standing on one leg, D , joritJ of fll the votes east be reqi J
.nswerea: -'T^rtotta^neighbor 4i • "*
i dust thyself ; theso ore the leading
found iq the aeighborhood, and the ob- a P° n tlie lu,ul * 9 bt *hi a permanent ho w»whw ; —HtOuomiuale,
itinate old Democrat wae. buried like a interestiniL F.merson said those who thon dost fhyaelf ; these are the leading Tb o meeting llieii proeeederl with thr
Pagan. -« - |msdc Borne worth gomg to see stqyed principles of onr Law, tho rest^rk • but hoUoting when, on tiro second ballot C
«• fhatgpomment mid explanation.' B. Hudson, Esq., was declared the nom-
had I to formulate tho- ***>!•:&,«, i, this iouvention.
n^r, and,*c Eveu^ ,v^»jiee. c_
jontains a leUcr from" im American 8iirJP«>perty is in most cases t$yond om tiol doctriues of Judaism on the space of a rQn mo a 0 nMi.H,xdson was then nom-B^
^eon. who, from Uw initials, seems to be res** in cities, we hav^ no abiding pboe. nutshell rslionld say they are, To believe ^ted byaodaaiaUon. «
Dr. Bimt, enclosing a translation of a pro* ..“thf bread eahh-totto mother of*, in only one God ;, lo lovo and reject n6 ciiairtlien appointed a Commit,
u»t, drftwn upby French officers, again* shame* many children for (Mi our fellow-vnan witUout any distinction Mto>vait oa Mr. Hudson to acquaint “Newspa^r report place. Genetallbeautv and of love, the old gnome rtt
tho capitulation of Sedan, signed by a ®arae, and #c only echo her friendly whatever. And tfcis religion is taught in ^ his nomination and request hit Beanregard at Faris, aiding in the defence like the giantess ol Doubling Costly
number of ceneiala and anberior officers. TOioewhwto’we call upon oar colored mAi onr chapter; it abstracts itself from all ; • 1 of tliat city; but as a matter o! fact he picking the boue« of the Southern dead, »»» of EffiiviUc, Schley county, by order of th* —
up to Saturday refuse*! to
countonauce shine ou you and be merci-
fnl and give yon peace, happiness and
3cbley County Legislative Nomination.
A large number of the Democratic and
Conservative citizens of Schley county
met at tho Court House in Ellaville,
Saturday lost the 8t1i in fit., when Mr.
and Chan. P. Crisp,
By request, C. B. Hudson, Esq,
„ _ . t El
uot far from the frontier, when ho obser- j u
i-ed a butcher from Montmedy come in, pcii'nte"fo? eerhiin nllege.1 set. of
;lty performed by the latter on the Ger-
uan wounded. “An old woman,”
md shortly afterward a-Prnssian officer. HI.?/
The two entered nn adjoining room.
„ , , “ t»_ • *. picked out the eye:
w ealle*l to the ChaiH FT? DC “ ca .^ a I U , S! I W , °. ” r i 1RSia ” ,°^.^ er Gcrmau captatu while he was still nliva|
i Em ieo nested tr note* m bis book and give to the Some Prussian hussars entered tho hoc
>, Lsq., leqnestea t< butcher some gold pieces. The captain - *
The Fate of a Spy.
j there aud ha 1
i journals v.
>?ive you tho twenty francs, and promise
iin as much for the reply.” Tho batch-
*, well pleased, undertook tho romuris- [defeat Mr. Schenck, it
‘meut, however,'even for the graco o‘
1 hypocrisy ! It is a recoguitio u of tb<
‘ moral sentiment of mankind. It is not
‘like the infamons whoops of Tecumseh
‘Sherman, Turchin and Phil Sheridan,
‘ who howled iu tho ears of helpless wo
‘ men aud children that war had no laws,
‘and that destruction of nou-eomba-
‘ tants, as well os of combatants, was the
‘ order of the monster that commanded
‘ forces fitted to accomplish the r
Ifegr- Glease your Gins with Lard Oil,
u- sale qt Eldridoe’s Drug Store.
The Burpriainj' Coutor-
Full Large Sacks !
t ‘ L X. HART A- CO.
ict 4 2w. ^
Valuable City Property
tlie I-'emale College,occupied by Col. A. S. Cutti*.
Tbo house is largo and commodious, and
if the best finisncdjmuses in the city,
veil of water, and aut he neeteary oat
I also offer for Bale, my inlerost in
Tho Liberal of Nnmnr tells the follow
ing story : A French enptnin in disguise,
who had escaped from Sedan, was rnak- A correspondent of the Cologne Ga-|^ 8 rield“S hSomc per cent' on the rami',
ing a frugal repast in a sm all csbaretH/p^ describes how the German soldiers Bin vested. P .
venged themselves on tho French| For furllu r information apjjiy^to
j Postponed Administrator’s Sale
|N tho ilret Tuesday in December next, before
’ the Court House door, in the town of Pres
uni Webster County, will be sold between tin
of his death, to wit:
, 7 7‘‘ qbeneve it, but louua it wa3 true ou dig inesuay iu December hut, by Sampson Bell o’ .
; bnt there arc none to be “ ri, ‘ > th‘ | ging u ., the mutilated corpse. Another* “l* 1 ^ ho lo , with th* Fh*
ops have eaten everything.” “Soi* woman who was caneht cutting off si l -' th t BXmo ,0 1 trow t?}* 3 «f>idatb:s risk. Bahtj'ieil
t," said the Captain, “you wonlA not .■i-i,,.b >„ U. hi. ‘JS
Prussian officer, who
ice 4 day to tho place, and waited anj
hour each time, returning afterwards
few remarks accepted, the nomination, -ind-salt-petro lino at present! hut on the btiried bones of the King pf Verse.” 6 j^ C ^a^ C aTMl°norfhwrat ) quan« : ^ k^o°i&.
ItJrar band, is about to nnirry a lady al
,.t ter ignorance of it. If so they ought to* tll ° f^tcring lanes nml alleys, the jjfroni race, caste or nationality;
bxvo sat ia council on that step, but state |P ntria Kutrets and cellare, and make^tongne, complexion, snS country. Qb motion of Mr. JI. A,. Perry, it trasS’iher KwA 1
if they had known that it -was intended, ^i ont va 7 to the open country.” * It requires neither circnmcUinn not That the SecreUny of tliis^ R ‘ cllnTOn<1 -”
' hey ivou'.d have opposed with all the in baptism, nor symbolic creeds, nor rites m ecting do exit n invention of the Dem-
mergy' it snrrender unexampled in A LErrmt raoM Gmt. Sinaranot;—Chi- ttis the religiopotregenereted bumanitj scmticiiii<lConserVaUvocitizeasofSchley tsa. The Troy Press tdls a
r..7W.‘ . W tho ter future. Are we, my friends, in »nnty at tlm Court House in ^Usyilte itory about a woman in that dty who ha.
^ si«ity-Sts ytan. This
MOTMMemale, Ilia Pcws xUeKes, Vu J® n, jtffo
tbaDisSthe trer.ud -ares present at theJsSrei preetteeUret religitmof^^hummtty? .wa^irdiii‘forth«'virioq»eoauty'o«B^ hSShySnfllnt^lVths rt?ryhe Wtt doteiethi
term, irilh der of Napoleon. General Shendan a-I,o read and possess m theongiaat, thatg;,, bo allcd by Section on the.aith, 31.t, may /ell set the medical fraternity at Lodge,.it
it ' ln * *■ *- ■***--* —--* ’ “ns Worehipft
work to dis -over why nature has
A Test 0.vm Aeousiied.—On Satm^a
w inject nresent. decided to abolish teporta tlioFrnssian.anny trell organized irorld-redecming salntatory 19th ehaptei .i, '.
ihomlo requiring the test oxth of npU- /linm/St neitl/r tho'Trencli 1 ’^ 1 '^ af Leviticus. Do ivo really 'practice it 0 n motion the 'convent: vhere we nre
cants for membership of the her. The Prnsaiat: soldiers are equal to onr own and UvenccorJmgtoits teachings ? With siur , Ur _ Jao. N, Htmsox, Cl.m’n. n laUon liad Droved iorren
S,,preme Court of IhoDnifod SUh. d, X « * ^
unions i jerior to the CluiKsepot or the .imperial ’ ■ /!? ro «^1™ ' _
,-bnt tho inferior tribunaltixitl,,,^],, He willremainat ttei> rQ3 .|*Btialtvo , atiswer,bnt by ttying to under- yag. Th« J’irpnia riven ore finding t®. In Missisdppi, sixty-one bnt olFmeetings and’rreotyed tta? they'
lonr text in-tbe very sense-it'should ttieir banks." Tne peoote haro i
i nnderetooa. %* srill «*0OMl*irodacB »l|hej-rg broke.
'•62. Lot No 67 *u«l Ttotuh E*«t half of lo
“—“ ! “ s nuudrod acres. Said laud.
• the-19th District of mm
. v 7/“‘“ 9 ' , woman, wno was cangoi cnuinff ou a h*vi' n »b~>n rvwitvxnn.1
rhat,’ said the Captain, “you wonl4 not dying man’s linger iu order to take hit-
be *ottt to make a little money in what nn g t was tied to a cart and dragged alone SARAH SAUNDERS,
ui not your regular business. I under 1 .,ntil slio died ” oct. 13. tda.
fitand that. Here is a note which I wish
liavo sent to tliecoramnndantbf Mout- j
uiedy. If yon will take charge of. it. I Political Goesir.—By the
licit apecixl benefit
HR. W«. NAYLOR,
fn his great Act of Daslt
fir. John Poster,
Mr. Sam- Meliviiie.
Too Child Ridei
Mr. J.G-. Adams
rbo Acknowledged Tuin-
VfcsBra. Watson. Spoutl,
Kritiger, Briggs, Conner,
Smith, Gosier, Caterj-,
Lafflin, Vaughan, and
_ ug tho
jc-mces of the most beau-
ilul, daring and uccom-
IHITA BONZATI, from
tho top of the Great
tWillfon, _ ...
wo hundred and twenty
eet, and 50fe* t in keiglit
—an exhibition that fills
he beholder with fear and
lei ight, and nill 1^—
*ne of tho groat features
•f this truly groat allow.
This startling and won-
lerfol display ol fcmal*
courago and heroism wil
courago aii*l heroism will
ake place at half-past 1 - .-ff:.;, -
Akxats ^m.^ each day of exhibition, prior
Fractioiud’lot No. 36, containing 160 arret* lo- f* 10 °P cnin S ,l10 dj>or for Uio afternoon
0.62. Lot No 67 aud'South Jtornmnce. Tho public ar e cordially innled t
A LIFE IN THE CLOUDj
vPGE A0O.,ot New York, to furaiaha
Balloon to make a Voj “ ~ *
Ice House for Sale.
[EING too oJh »man to attend to tho artii
p _ rare, chanco tor the par-
id handed tho note to tho com- they are prepuiiug themselvos for theKSr££monev»^A&o r vl C *w bS!rSi£i
mandant as soon fis ho had reached Mort- election of Mr. Campbell, tba Democratic eight miles of thisaW twelve of whichtofreS!
Tlio commandant read tho note,] candidate, nml paving the way for the rod under^cultiyation. On >ho’premiaes, thor*
Balloon to make a Voyage to the <?x>t»i« enr
iflernoon. Both ascensions will take pheejr
>'ious to the afternoon performance.
~~~ For further particulara see iilnotr^'
1 in Ohio to
asual contested election iu tlie*” House o f Ro^I *°g dwelling, with other buildings,
-jood well of water in tl» yard. Any pern
can lied the wlter byai
-Tt. H. HOAHBOROCGH,
ipnrt walls, wkeuce the uound oil that a fund- of §10,000 ’has been con- plying
firing was speedily heard. Tho French tribated by the whisky dealers to defeat " ''
iptaiu, beford proceeding to Paris by] Mr. Schenck', and that tho freo trader.- _
ijof Lille, watched the proceedings oighavo also subscribe*! lilierallv to the
^.Somebody writesof Harriet Beech
Stowe “ Amid tho orange blossoms,
where tho mocking-bird carols his awe*
Says the' Wheeling Intelligencer, est hymn, where all nature is a picture
belied her own regulations, in a case, too,
informed,' the marriage
(rtsnte*, ol DonbUng-dasIteJO*
, -a^Thn negrore n Holmes county,
Mississippi, puffed up with the advice
their loy al league leaders, have
one hundred of the population can not work for. white peoplo riexVvear"
?r read nor write. l anyaoconnt or in any capacity.
5 teTcisj; dnjraUneaiiMd
■iy office. • ’
oct 13 2v G. W. DAVENPORT, Ord’y.
; also, east half of
.uuwinowctt quarter of IdL
dktnct of 8 uuer couhty, all eon-
Wooging to Wi ~
The African Masons of ElinolaKSJiSty 1 ??SdySlieSr*^ 1 * *** M ^
demand of the Grand Lodge to repeal the Auo—Wiflbe soULinthetown of Boeoa Vltta.
v —n -T-— cssh, the otiier in two an
Wrel.., nf As CUI. A-
* fo-clacl tojesmy -tripi*
and beast. . ^
to J.W. JORDAN, Jr.
Will exhibit at AMERICUS,.^
1st (Friday)—Afternoon ami mg“
Will also exhibit at Dawson XhuisW
Oct. 20tli. ' Moitesinma 1 Saturday t*
VSuRemember the" day and date, ^
>. not confound 'this"GREAT SH0»
with any other exhibition.
Afternoon,... At/2 o’clock. P- J
Evening,... At 7 o’clock, ”• 31
oct 13 wrtw.
Important Notice to Plantfrs.
-handise at lowratSa, •
J. W. WHEATLEY * ^
oct 1 lm. A|