THE WEEKLY REPUBLICAN.
Wdav Morniag, October 28,1870.
INSURE YOUE PROPHET*
. i„ following safe fti'd reliable Companies :
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Of London, England
Of Brooklyn, }few York
rmras Mrir-m L*.'ai**iusat Co.,
Of Athena, Georgia.
INSURE YOUR UFE
- -nviiLV Lira Assukakcb Society,
Of Sew York
., i TTiiN pxATKH iNsrr.AVCS Co.,
Of Macon, Georgia.
, ,W. T. DAVENPORT/
At l.ir- New Drag Store, Lamar Street,
IV to, SPEER K BOOKS,
A Brokcre, corner I aniar A College ate
\ -rood compositor, of industrious and
. ,!„-r habits, can Cud steady employment
t v immediate personal application at tins
The weather of the past few days
•ms been decidedly wintery.
Bsft, The procession of Nixon’s Circus
ns a grand failure.
ftrif What has become of the Americas
’.-brary Association ?
H. If. Allen announces himself
, '(imlidatc for Sheriff of Sumter county.
Messrs. Hart & Bro., will accej t
, ir thank 1 for a couple of fine fish. They
- vive them daily.
Sumter Superior Court has been
lionrned until the first Monday in
To ah Fish are hawked about the
mels, daily, which, judging from their
:..-ouliar odor, ore old voyagers from the
I®* One of the moat dastardly assaults
was perpetrated on the person’of C'. W.
Hancock, on Tuesday morning last, that
we have ever known. As he was coming
from tho Barber-Shop under tho hotel 1 e
was accost d by S. H. Mitchell, theChsef
of Police, and questioned In regard to an
article that appeared in the Bkfubuxcan
of that morning, anticipating no difficul
ty, Mr. H. 'answered the questions and
turned to leave, when he received a cow
ardly blow wi h a stick, in the hands of
Mitchell, upon the head, which knocked
him down, and, while in this condi-ion,
he was struck three times over the head,
and the ruffian would have continued his
work if a gentleman approaching had
not threatened to shoot him if be did not
In tho article referred to, there
allusion made to Mitchell, neither was it
intended more for him than any one else,
and if it had boen, Mr. H. not being the
author of it was not the person to attack.
If any Bet of men in the land can Bee any
thing in that article that should cause an
attempted murder, we will acknowledge
that wo havo not sense enough to
Our remarks, so far as boys being forced
nto a grog-shop, thereto be raised,
for general application, and there ai
five respectable men in the city who will
not agree with us.
We give below the article referred to :
No r to be Intimidated.—In giving
publicity to events that transpire in the
city, we do so with no inteution to cause
my one mortification or to injure their
business, bnt as journalists recording
the doings of those aronud us. But the
threats of those who style themselves as
*• bullies ” will not deter n< from noticing
anything calculated to injure the morals
of the young men of this city. We re
gard it in the light of a holy cause to cry
«lown and rid onr city of evil and crime,
rod to do this we must strike at the root,
and work at it until we can get every
itood man in tho city to join in and help
us; and, as we know that most of our
jzens have the good of the young
heart, we expect to have all on our side
ore long. Truth is terrible in some thinf
and when it touches the heart of tl
guilty, it is more terrible still. And i
will ever say that the father must not e
I feet his boy, raised in a grog-shop, to fill
r* The 'Peoples' Literary Companion,
for November, comes to ns as bright and
as fresh looking as the green fields are af
ter a gentle rain. It is published by E.
O. Allen & Co., Augusts, Maine. Terms'
75 cents per year. A fine Steel Engrav
ing; entitled “From Shore to Shore, ” is
presented to every new subscriber. It is
really one of the most pleasing engrav
ings ever before the pnblic. The Com
panion is printe d on fine, heavy paper;
its columns are fillod to the brim with
good things by talented authors, and
withal it is one of the largest and finest
illustrated family papers published.
Wo are pleased to learn that G
Phil. Cook lias determined upon making
Americas bis home.
jsJv- A sharp young lady says there i
nothin" more touching in this life than
see a poor, bnt virtuous young man
-trickling with a weak moustache.
feg-We learn that onr old friend, Wm
i'oker, of Plains of Dura, is afflicted with
l. ii'l palsy aud not expected to live.
'i ho Pocket Cutlery that Messrs
l.oitner .t Fricker non' have for sale n
warranted in every rospect. aud if an;
knife that they sell proves defective the;
will -rive a new one in place of it.
n honorable position in manhood. There
chance in thousand for
New Yobk, October 21.—Tho Woild
lias tho following special from London:
Twenty thousand people marched to the
Palace Yard and organized a meeting in
sympathy with tho Republican France.
The speakers de. ounced King William.
Allusions to Bright’s apathy were receiv
ed-with cries of “shame!” The Glad
stone government was bitterly reproach
ed for abstention. The resolutions de
mand the abolitions of pension to Ger
man Princess, and declare that the soon-
the king and queens are abolished, the
Library Association.—From various
causes the Library Association lias sus
pended animation, but it is hoped that it
will soon revive. A meeting of all the
members is solicited on next Thursday
night, at the nsoal hoar in tho Associa
tion Room. G. T. WILBURN,
Oct. 23,1870. President
EgU Wliat a glorious world th ; s would
be, if all its inhabitants could say, with
Shakespeare’s shepherd :—“Sir, I am a
true laliorer; I earn what I wear; I
urn hate; envy no man’s happin
glad of other men’s good ; content with
my farm. ”
JggrThe Publishers of the Saturday
Evening Post will give all subscribers for
1871, that paper for the three last months
of this year, gratis. The Post is a splen
did literary paper, and neatly printed. It
has the success of fifty years to sustain
its popularity, and yet the publishers will
give each new subscriber a handsome pre
mium. Price only 82.50 a year. Ad
dress Henry Peterson & Co., Publishers,
310 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Penn.
C&r. We have received a circular from
James Robinson, “tlio undoubted and
undisputed champion bare-back and hur
dle rider of tho world, ” announcing that
after many years absence he has return
ed, and will make a tour with his Great
Circus and Southern Show. At what
time he will appear in this city we at
prepared to say, bnt whenever lie comes,
he will have a larger crowd than any show
that has ever visited the place.
This is not the first time that this man >
has used his slick upon occasions when it j ^ T |,„ Savannah 1Yew copies our nr-
was unnecessury,and it is time Unit the cit-1 ticlo p ving „„ ilem ot lwo of , be Kploila
izens demanded his expulsion from office. ot a certain Associate Editor to Sevan-
safe when a ruffian
backed by the law and is allowed to open
ly v iolate tho peace, which he has sworn
to protect. Will the people of Americas
longer allow this man the authority to
bnlly and beat them at will, when ho has
tho advantage, and still retain his office ?
Will the Council still retain him when he
has shown himself unworthy of the trust
reposed in him ? If so, wo would advise
onr citizens to prepare themselves for
just such an attack, some of them, at
.cast, ns was made on the Editor of this
l«iper lost Tuesday.
C&» Miss Mattie Adams, of Eatouton
teemed the golden apple offered at tin
Htc Putnam Fair, as the most beautiful
ia.ly on the ground. Mr. W. L. Deiroi*
nade the presentation speech.
D3L. If the La
thing beautiful k
Pricker's aud se
tray of Jewelry, .
which Mr. Fricker
n New York wilt
t'iicxKKKY.—If any of our house-keep
er* desire to lay in :: aheap aud elegant
-npidyof Crocker., they can do so by ap
plying to 8. Anthony & Sons. Patronize
Florida Oranges.—Mrs. C. A. Wright
will please accept our thanks for a num
ber of Florida oranges. They aro a part
of a box sent to her from the plantation
of her husband, which is said to be one
of tho best places in Florida. Mr.
Wright is extensively engaged in raising
fruit of all kinds adapted to that climate.
We wish him abundant success.
Because the U. S. flag was ordered
down from the Fair Grounds, at Atlanta,
Gov. Bullock got mad an l swore that he
would not visit the Fair. Yancey then
ordered the flag to be run up, nextto the
Society flag, when His Excellency relent
ed and telegraphed Kimball, at the Fair
Grounds, “ shall visit the Exhibition to
morrow. ” How kind and considerate !
^ We see that Jim Fisk is going to
visit the Columbus Fair and bring with
him a number of fine horses. Save
dimes, boys and men, that you may
and see the “sight ”
. For .Mayor.
e am authorized, to 'announce the
name of P. H. OLIVER as a candidate
for the office of Mayor of Amerlcus, at
the ensuing Municipal election,
ock 27 td.
At the solicitation of inuuy friends aud
voters, both white and colored, T am per
suaded to submit ray ntlme to the voters
ofSumterconnty for Sheriff attbocri-
sning election. Respectfully,
<**25* H. H. ALLEN.
LEITNM & FLICKER’S
At the solicitation of many voters,both
white and colored, we are authorized to
announce tho name of STERLING
GLOVER as a candidate to represent
the county of Sumter in tho next Legis-
Under th.e Barlow House,
To tho Vvter* of tho 13th Sen. District
At tho request of many voters, both
white and colored, irrespective of party,
in tho Connties of Sumter, Schley aud
Macon, I hereby announce myself at
Indepcndant candidate for the Statv
Senate. It. o. BLACK,
oct 15 td.
At the solicitation of many friends.both
white and blackj I announce myself as a
candidate to represent the county of Sum
ter in the npxt Legislature,
oct 13 te* J. R. G. HO LINE.
For Tax Receiver.
We are authorized to announce T. B.
GLOVER as a candidate for Receiver cf
Tax Returns of Sumter county, at th
ensuing election. oct 12 td
O UR MR. FRICKER lisa just returned from New York with tho LARGEST and most tdtt.EC
DLVMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, GENUINE “RODGERS” AND BEST
AMERICAN CUTLERY, WALKING CANES, WORK BOXES,
WRITING DESKS, TOILET SETS AND FANCY GOODS
Our friends Bad tho public generally aro cordially invited to call aud inapecl our good* and
prices boforc purchasing elsewhere, as wo are prepared to soil them as low aa they cm be boi
lor iu any market. Every article sold by ns warranted as represented; if it proves to the
trarv the money wi!!. in all eases, bo itErrxozD.
£t/' Wo are Agents for the following: Tho Celebrated Bor el & Oonrvoirier Watches, The Elgin
and United States Watch Company*# Watches.
Till- American. G-over A HnW, Wheeler and Wilson SEWING MACHINES.
Prof. Frank’s, the Diamond, and Accommodating SPECTACLES.
.Special attention given Jo watch work. Parties haling Watches that havo been injured by in
competent workman or otherwise, MADE AS GOOD AS NEW aud WARRANTED.
Plain Watches Jcwelod " * ----- - - •
Rings, Ac., made t<
led in Ruby and Sapphire, Crysolite, Aquamarine and Garnet Badges,
•tier. Jewelry REPAIRED r.s neatly ns it can l*o done ia Now York.
LEITNER & FRICKER,
GRANBERRY & CO.,!
The Next Congress.—The members A
already elected to the Forty-second Con
gress number 82—Republicans 50, Demo
crats 2C; a net gain of eight for the latter.
A fnll Houso is 243 members. There re
mains to be elected 161 members.
Saar-The Huntsville (Ala.) Democrat
vertises for a g od printer. “One thai
t‘& not driuk more than a quart of wliis-
:t tlav will be accepted.”
**£•.. The mammouth Hotel in Atlanta,
«< Kimball House—was opened on
'f->n«lav last, with a grand banquet
Out devil has been in eest&siei
v-t since the arrival of Nixou’s beautiful
hand wagon, aud requests as to beg oar
•traders’ indulgence lor the lack of locals,
ibis morning, as all hands were afflicted
with circus on the brain and bad to at-
* •'.(!, they haul free tickets.
W> O ir old friend, Neil McCoy has,
ennaesionating our condition, made ns
<>me steps, for our office, to replace those
tolen from ns some nights ago. Wo hope
h'> tl r <7 may catch whoever attempts to
(fijy- We have beard of a young Asso
•iuto Editor, living not a hundred miles
from Americas, who recently visited Sa
vannah, and, on liis arrival, jumped into
i hack with an old gentleman whom he
»ok to be a “drummer’* for a hotel.
Vftcr goiug through u number of streets
tlin conveyance was stopped in front of a
largo mansion and the old gent alighted.
Ditto quill-driver with carpet-lmg in hand.
Old gent, proceeded nj» the steps and
rang the bell for admission, and on look
ing aronnd found onr friend by liis side
inked him what lie wanted, but received
no answer. The door being opened, in
rushed the worthy representative of the
press in true editorial style, dropped his
d coat on the floor, and made for
the table which he reached aud seated
himself at. The old gentleman hurried
ly followed and catching quill driveT by
the collar indignantly exclaimed : “ What
do yon mean, sir, by this intrusion ? ’’
Our surprised friend said: “Sir, ain’t
this a hotel ? ” Old gent pompously,
“No, Sir ; this irf my private residence. ”
“ I thought it was a hotel, ” replied tho
yonng editor, looking wistfully at the ta
ble, but receiving no invitation to resume
his seat excused himself and received
structions where to find the hotel aud re
B£Su A number of our readers who fail-
e 1 to settle for their papers have been
dropped from onr subscription list. Our
te»rms are cash. If the paper is worth
reading it is worth paying for. That is
what ails Hannah, now.
nah, and credits the article to tho Ameri-
jottrier. We only notice the error to
say to our Savannah cotemporary that we
don't think the Courier would ever have
published those facts—we know it wonld
>t. The article belongs to us.
£ST* The corner-stone of a monument
to Gen. R. E. Lee was laid iu Atlanta on
Saturday, under the auspicies of the La
dies Memorial Association. Among the
articles deposited were a Confederate flag
with tho inscription “Sacred to the
memory of Gen. Lee,” a portrait of the
General, and a bullet taken from the
body of a wounded Confederate.
A Long Contest.—In the Radical Con
gressional Convention for tho Twenty-
sixth New Yoik District, held in Bing
hampton, Thomas C. Platt was nomina
ted for Congress, O tober 14th on the
one OiOHsaiul and tuenty-second ballot.—
We do uot see liow long that convention
was m session.
'EfQ- Schley Superior Court adjourned
over, on Tuesday last, until the regular
term in March uext
Enlarged.—The Savannah Morning
News, comes to us much enlarged and
otherwise improved. We congratulate
our friend Estell on this evidence of bis
prosperity, os it is well deserved. The
paper bears a neat appearance.
6®- It is stated in diplomatic quarters
that General Sickles is conducting im
portant negotiations at Madrid with ref
erence to the status of Cuba. It is be
lieved that these have direct refer-
to Ihe acquisition of tlio Island by
the United States.
A Polish Jew traveling through
Austria resembling Napoleon III.
pearance, was very much annoyed by the
curiosity of the people along the route,
who believed he was the defeated Emper
or, making his escape.
roR SPECIAL PREMIUMS.
Judges—Mrs. Wm. King, Athens, Ga,
Mrs. Dr. Wm. T. Brautly, Atlanta; Prof
essors Wm. Itolilfiug, Freycr, Wnl-
.9 AIN ANNOUNCE tli&t they sillGoV*
Only for Cash.
Their FALL and WINTER Stock ia daily arriv
ing, and trill soon be complete—bought VERY
LOW, and a large portion of it trill bo sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
POE C A. 8 H!
The 60cret of
THE MONEY, and have but
O Si JR PR
NO CREDIT PRICE.
prices is, vffl sell FOR
fall stock of Domestics, both of
d Southern manufacture, sn.
Bleached Shirtings and 6lu
corresponding with the LOW price of 0(
• EL’KA COLT)
ALL LOWER THAN USUAL F<»U CASH.
A beautiful stock of ladies CJa)A:
SHAWLS, cheap enough to satisfy tlio
buyers. Hosiery lower than ever fob t;
ev. Cl iths and Cassimcies, Loth o:
md Domestic manufacture, some of i
As J intend changing my business U am now offering my entire Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Americas, Ga., Oct. 20th, lw
Six Great Remedies.
For Debility, Loss of Appetite
Weakness, Indigestion, or Dy»- #
jmpsia, Waut «ff _Aetiou of
the Liver, or Ifisor-
Ttxre are n<rbitten) that can compare with these
** iu removing tlicee diatnvoful ooniplainlK
IutK#nap<d<« l .Ind., Feb. 7,187ft.
To James Ruddle, .V CoMxmunille, Ky;
- Gpntleuiai:-About two month* ago I pro
cured a bottle of Dr. Hurley*# Bittern 'for my
wife, thinking 'pksasaot'tonic, but not rely
ing ranch on it#medicinal virtue*, and it eure«l
her of a disease die had long been undrr treat
ment for. I was afflicted in a similar way, and
cot some ft*r my own use, and am happy to say
ft has cnml me. My disease was of tho.bladdcr
and kidneys. It is certainly; a splendid me<U-
cine. and being pleasant to take is quite a re-
onmmcndattbn. We and our ntghbora have
Notice to Mothers.
Infant Soothing Syrup.
Ale. per Bottle.
Use ia tho future S^abrook’n, a combination
quite np in advancement of the age; pleasant
and reliable hi ell case*, Invaluable m the fol
lowing diseases: ,
Summer Complaints, Irregularities of
the BoWela, Beetivoneare, Teeth
ing, etc., etc.
Otw health to tlio child and rest to the mother.
Marietta, Ga., Nov. 1.18C0.
Jamca Ruddle & Co. Looisviile, Ky.—We
have used yonr Beabrook’a Infant Soothmg By-
rop ia our tamilie*. and find it docs more gom’
tliau all other medicines we ever tried. We be
Uere it perfectly harmless, and it gives rest *"•
ease to our children quicker than all other n
POPULAR WORM CANDY
This being really a specific against all kinds of
worms that aro found m children, it it fast be
coming the remedy administered in each trou
bles; it# pleasaut taste is quite a recommenda
tion of itself, wtiilc its efficiency is truly wondci-
Ixtuisrilk*, August 30, ISC'J.
Itmldle A Co.—Gentlemen: In
he benvfit 1 havo received Iron
r Dr. Hurley*# Worm Candy in
iu* uutu), , sond you this, hoping you will
make it public for tho good of other parents.
My wife and self are satisfied but for the use of
Hurley’s Worm Candy at least one of our chil
dren would liavo died. Both of our children are
now welland lieavty, they passed worms seven
inches long. Auyone doubting this can call anC
see mo at comer 10th and Chesnut atreeta. and
I will give them proof of thta and more. Yonr#
ed to giv<
Astounding Low Prices
A large stock of U.T3RELLAS, WINDOW
THOMAS M . EDEN
nW°-' LD tbl
of I ho publie te> the
MASKS, and .com}ilt-t
DOT We are requested to state that
Judge G. W. .Wooten will be absent for
the next 8 or 10 days.
t?" Grease your Gins with Lard Oil,
ale at Eldiudue's Drug Store.
EGA- Work Boxes, Writing Desks and
beautiful Pictures, just received and for
sale at The New Book Stour. !
oct 27 tf
83*“ The number of matriculates in
the University of Virginia on the 19th
instant was 440. There aro new arrivals
daily, and the prospect ia good for at
least five hundred.'
Indiana.—The loss of this State to tho
Badical party managers it is a terrible
blow to Grant and bis party. Indiana
rejects Radicalism, and elects the Demo
cratic ticket. Missouri speaks next.
McCandless, Yieitution Convent,
Louis. Mo.; Miss Logan, Griffiu.
The contest was quite spirited, attract
ing a large number to the music* room.
After u careful trial, the judges were
unanimous in recommending the spec ial
premium to Miss McCaudless, from the
Visitation Convent. Her selection was
The judges also recommend the Socie
ty to award adndomu to the young ladies
from the Griffln High School, Prof.
Schatler, musical diriotor.
The performances of these ladies are
considered extraordinary for their ago,
and show a great degree ot proficiency.
The special premium lor the best per
formance “old time music.’* on the
violin, will come off at the music room at
3 o’clock,. i*. M., or just after the trotting
race. The judges are Hon Th»nnu
Stocks, Hon. Mark A Cooper, Dr. It. M,
Young.—At. Con. 25/Zi iiuU.
Tho Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S CAIAFOBiriA
A voung chap got full ot benzine
”h Friday night and went to Nixon’s Cir-
• UK. E»* wanted to “ pistlo ” somebody,
:;t couldn’t, case the “ pistlo ” was drnnk
•I'd didn’t point strait
Don’t fail to read Leitner &
V iwcKEK s new advertisement, they have
iho largest and most complete stock in
•heirlino ever brought to this city.
GQi. Those persons wlio eat beef and
' uitton, and have not sold their cotton.
w ill find a special notice for their benefi 1
:r °m Hanly, Smith & Co., in anothercol-
The Portland, Me., Argus loreth
- -- — — ! not the loil, thus: “The attacks of
Sgfc.Au oldgentlMttunut this county, ‘lnr» r scribblers upon the .lead Ocucral
Two young chaps in town, clerks
,n whisky shops, got into difficulty
yesterday, aud one was dangerously cut
'*itk a knife on the bock of the head and
ucek, by the other. Parents should
degrade their sons by forcing them into
Mich a business, and it is on them, and
-lot the boys that this difficulty should be
placed. No father who desires his son to
occorae a respectable and honored man
will allow him to visit a grog-shop, much
ll * s force him to clerk in one against his
0r n wishes. There are honorable employ-
ment * eIio ogh in the land for all to make
“ Rood living, and which will not injare
the character though it may bank® the
ands, that men of judgment and pra-
‘ < DCe vould prefer their sons to work at
An Aurora Borealis, not quite ao
irflliant as several that have recently
ecu visible, appeared in the Northern
and Eastern sky on Tuesday night about
T“ PMt 8 o’clock and remained for some
tjnae. It was quite brilliant. Why are
appearing so often? Can any one
80 years of ago, married a lady who
was not inoro than half a dozen years his
juuior, about ten months since, and a few
weeks ago the wife presented her husband
with a stout and healthy baby. We do
not know that this is a child of promise,
oncli fortln-re beiug “lifein
tho old man yet, ”
‘The Good Temw-aus Advocate,”—
The first number of this paper will make
its appearance in a few days. Persons
wishing to subscribe for the paper, and
those desiring their cards inserted, will
pleaso hand in their names and favors at
an enaly day. As the paper will have a
general circulation tbr»mghout the State,
it will be oue of the beat mediums for
professional and business men in making
themselves known. Only a limited num
ber of first class advertisements will be
taken. Terms of the paper $2.00 a year,
in advance. See Prospectus,
temptible and disgusting.—
These jackals, we venture to say, never
faced the Jion whilp he lived.’’
Equine Remedies apeak for theirn
Equine Towdere make new Horei
Everybody Praises Equine Iteincj
“Dexter” takes Equine Powder*
Farmers use Equine Remedies.
B3P- Mr. M. E. Kenney was thrown
from his horse in Atlanta, on Saturday,
and iustautly killed. All on account of
the foolish sport misnamed the “Tourna
Baf Pickpockets are so thick at the
Atlanta Horse Show that a man had to
shoot one on Saturday to get through
them. Ho hit him right where it wonld
.w a n n i k i».
On the 20th iust. at tho residence of
the bride’s mother, by Judge A. J. Will-
Sou Simple. —This popular and richly
humorous work is now in the hands of
the printer for its second edition. The
first edition was nearly exhausted before
it left the press, and a second edition
has been earnestly called for by many
who could not get ft copy of the rarest,
raciest, and most pleaaing work of the
age. No man, woman or child, who lias
a spark of genial feeling iu his or her
nature, can read this «nique work with
out a well grown hearty laugh- A' limit
ed number of copies will be published
and those who wish to aeon re a copy will
do well to -send their orders at once to
(hr “Republican Office,” or to the f‘Au
thor of Sam Simple Box lO.” Price
$1.00. The work will be out in about
Fatal Accident.—A horse rail away
with a small boy at the Fair Grounds, oh
Saturday, throwing him off, and killing
him instantly.. The accident was not
generally known.—Atlanta True Gcorgi
ft- Pickpockets are abundant in At
lanta and plying their vocation success
fully. Poor Atlanta! she is always af
C*ft- Robb, of Savannah, has robbed
himself of all respectability and man
hood by “ serving the flag. ”
Died, near Albany, on the loth inst., little
C.viiex M. T., only eon of Jarace M. and i-’araU .
G. Freemen, aged one yoar, seven months and ,
twenty ono days.
Wo*ll tnisa thee, Carey, ’round the hearth—
Thy empty chair one hearts will paiu;
Though wert too pure and bright for earth,
But there—up there, we’ll meet again.
Macon October 25. evening.—Cotton; tho
ket opened steady this morning at 15
New Yobk, October 25.—Cotton easier; mid
Litzkfool, October 25. noon—Option opened
flat; uplands 9; Orleans 9|.
ioo of Titiriy year# iu making, repairing and
John Mitciielt.’s Eulogy of Gen.
Lee.—The highest head, ihe noblest and j th an they can he fcouau?
soldier, the most chivalrous gentleman; corr.m^ii^Ii!grain Iron: it) cents a v-rl t;..
in this world, the host, the most superb ! I temp,'Venetian
\ sample of tlio American warrior lias fallen " ’ *
like a mighty tree in the forrest: and
men wonder—after the shock of the
—to find that there is such a gap. Mich a
blank, in the world.
What is there wanting to the fame of
this illustrious American ?—Irish Citizen.
superior inducement* tn purchasers,
.ppnvt of the jieopic,
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills,
, Vo?_*lL the purposes of a Laxative
perhaps no one medi
cine la so universally
required by eveiy-
body as a cathartic,
nor waa ever any be
fore so universally
adopted into use, in
every country and
amonr all classes, as
this mild but efficient
purgative 1*111. Tho
obvious reason ie,
that it is a more relia
ble and for more ef
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cored them: those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and friend#;
and all know that what it does once it does al
ways— that it never foils through any foult or neg-
glect of !t» composition. We have thousand* upon
thousands of certificates of their remarkable cures
... *-it snch cure# are
, .andwe need not
publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions
in all climates; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they, may be taken with safety
by anybody. Their sugar-coating preserves them
e ver fresh, and makes them pleasant to take, while
being pnrely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulita
it into healthy action—remove the obstructions
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other or«ns of
the body, restoring their Irregular action to nmdth.
PURIFY YOUB BLOOD.
This ie ill* pnro and genuine extract of the
root, and will, on trial, be found to effect a cer
tain and perfect cure for the following com
plaints and ilibeat-Oh:
Affections of the Bones, Habitual Cost*
ivcncss, Debility, Diseases of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities, Fis
tula, all Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Indiges
tion, Files, Pulmonary Diseases,
Scrofula or King’s Evil, Syphilis,
And all impurities of the Blood, etc.
To Dr. Tho#. A. Hurley: sir: I deem it an act
of justice to you to bhitl that iu tlio mouth ot
February lant, I bod a severe attack of inflam
matory rheumatism, which completclv pros
trated mo. At tlio same timo my lungs were
much afflicted. I was ao reduced that it was
with the greatest difficulty I could walk. 1 pro
cured some of your compound extract of Sarsa
parilla, aud commenced .taking it. I found th s t
I began to improve, my cough became le-**
vere, the soreness of my lungs and !
gradually subsided, my rheumatic i-an • •<-
acute, i attribute thi» mainly to y».«.r k r . -
parilla. I have now been taking it 1- - •-*. . •
months! I have taken in all five butt! •••, In
fect# have been moat satiafoctory to ... «■.. f
advise others similarly affected to i a
the above certificate has long rcsidcu i
af the prceeut time is ono of the n— 1 1
*’ 5 ty of Louisville.
HURLEY’S AGUE TONIC.
NO ARSENIC-NO MERC .
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such dc-
; v.-uifrements as are the first origin of disease.
Minute directions aro given in the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these
rUla rapidly cure:—
For Pypepeln or Tafilg «>(!•■, Kistln*-
mm, Xaincvior and Mtoummt AraeUCe, thoy
should be taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach, and restore its healthy tone and action.
For 14 ver Complaint and it# varkrassymp-
Ueadacke, lick HeM-
tons Colic and Billons Fevers, they
bo judiciously taken for each case, to cortw-
diseased action or remove the ohsauctions which
cause it. . _ .
For Xkyaentory or Diarrhoea, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For Bkesasllm. float, Gravel, Pal-
nltatloa of tho Heart, Pain la the
ido. Back and Xmlae,'they should be coatia-
—«— *—• to change '
uously taken, aa required, to coange ute uhcucu
action of the system, with such change those
For Greasy and Props!cal Swellings
they should be taken in large and frequent dose*
to produce the effect of a drastic purge. .. .
For Snpprr—lea a large dose should be
taken os it produces the desired effect by ev
e the diseased
Dinner Pitt, take one or two PUls to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach end
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence ft U often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exlsi*.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
Hose of these PilU makes him Joel decidedly b
r.from their cleansing and renovating effect
I ■ I ti
— —„ nnu renovannr nT-* "
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. jr. C. AYERCO., Pmeileml ChemMe,
LOWELL. MASS., U. 8. A^_
]VTEW TAILOR SHOP.—The
i. v undersigned would respectfully inform the
citizens of Amcricns and Sumter county that lie
has opened a new tailor shop in the old hotel
building, where lie is prepared to do all kinds oi
work in bis lint- in the very best style, such aa
cutting aud making garments. Along expert-
once in ‘ bo business, warrant* him in saying
that satisfaction will be given always. Cleaning
and repairing old garments done in the best
bo given always. Cleaning
~ derm in tl*- v ‘
^ notice. Shop —
first room old hotel opposite the storo of J. J.
G rankerrj k Co.
for Chills and Fr**.- •
t is or can he dffphcq '%•
ou is Hurley’s Aguo Tonic. There ht' <
thousands cured by using it who hayo i......
usual remedice without ImDeflt.
To Dr. Tho*. A. Hurley: I hereby costi*> « »
during the last year I waa attacked wi.j
ague white iu Vicksburg, Miss., and u#fc.i • v
si popular fwtent tuedidue# with but te:, ,..r..
relief. On reaching homo tbo disease re. •
in awurso type, ir possible, when my
atloudaut ordered quinine, in largo Ocsk. .
qucntly as high as 60 grains per-day, and v- >•
must have cost me nearlv $100. I eotumlUm t .
Smith, ot Louisville, aud found be preset,,
qniuinu and arsenic, combined, whteb Ir'
to take, preferring to let tlm disease t-jhv .
conree. I was almost bloodless, extn-LM*'.- •
and I determined to give* ft a trial. I ■SSlKf
have no reason to regret it. One bottlo r
, and since that timo I have
nearly a hundred cases iu which it acted *
equally happy results, and would certainly .
commend it as preferrable to any other tonic >• -
* tlio public. Jaxes Mart», Engineo.
misville, Ky., June 14,1865,
IRON & CALISAY A
This elegant combination possesses a! »!«•
touic properties of Peruvian Bark and .b*u
without tba disagreeabie tastes and bad
of either, separately ot in other- preparati*
these valuable medicines. It should be U
, E RUSINEY.
I WILL sell my House, containing seven large
rooms, and lot containing six acres’, low, if
applied for soon; V. H. 0Ln£lL
*6TGoy. Bullock has issued a procla
mation adjourning the House ot Kepre-
aentatives on the 25th iust—next Toes'
day—also convening the Senate in Exec
ntiveaearion on the21stNovember. This
is a handsome thing the Governor has
J HEREBY notify tbo public not to crcdit i
EBuSimons, the auctioneer, blowed
considerably, yesterday. He blows away
more goods, and satisfies more custom
ers, than any man we know of. j
S&f The Senate, in executive session,
.confirmed Peter J, Strozier, Judge of the
Albany Circnit, for four years; James
Johnson, Judge of the Chattahoochee
Circuit; and R. D. Harvey, Judge of the
Borne Circuit, for eight yeara each.
Maltese cats in Indiana ate trained to %gjigjgSgg t y,, m
* 3 n«.18oiV box, reUiI5
fight black soqlkos, and like it.
Corrected expressly for the Republican
MEAL—$1 50 bushel.
my account, cs I will pay only those
tots uiac f contract mysclt
an# 25 2m JESSE NEW.
OATS—1 15 per bushel.
ft ETTING MARRIED.—Es r
says for young men.—on the delights o'
Home, and tho propriety or hripropriety or get
ting married, with sanitary hc-lp for -those who
loci unfitted for matrimonial • happiness. Bent
free in seated envelopes. Adqrem Howard. As-
wioixtion, Box P: Philadelphia, Pa. sept 2" °~
i bblf9 00&S12tXk fiblaSIG 000*30 00.
TOBACCO—75^4$ 1 50 per & for sound.
BUTTER—Go&hon 50c. Country 40.
TXOR the year 1870 are now due, and in obcJi-
£ ence to Ordinance of Council, I ah&H com
mence the collection of the -same at once.
H. D.. RANDALL,
Clerk and Treasurer.
qnired after convalescence fruiu.fi
tating'dioeaaes.or in those distressing wreg»'»i
itiea peculiar to fcoufos. No f« male shefte *■
' ’woutU, ii liable to auch disease^, for not
well take its place.
JAMES RUDDLE A CCT,,
Laboratory No. 41 BvUiU Street,
ipplyjo A It. Brown
- feupt 23 lm. •
I HAVE opened a now stable on Cntito /
oe, where I will be glad to see toy fr L _,__
aud tho pabTic generally—feed, theft stock aud
S AVING, on tbo first day of Juno last,* sold
out my interest Id the furniture business
to Mr.-8. P. Boone, tho business her. tefore
conducted by him uuder tho firm name of 8. P.'
Boone, Agent, will hereafter be In his own name
and for hu own account. -
All persons indebted to tho- late firm are re
quested to call at once and pay same to Mr. 8- P.
Boone, and those having claims against said firm,
i to present thorn at once to tho undersigned.
1 odi.-8.lm, URIAH. B. HARROW
for man and beast.
J. W, JORDAN, Jr.
ON KINCHAFOONEE CREEK.
B Y virtue of an order from tho Court of Ore
nary of Webster county, issued at tho Sep
tember term. 1870, of said Court, will be sold
before Iho Court Honae door, in tbo town of
Preston, in said county, on tho first Tuesday ia
November: That valuable farm oh Kinckiftbo-
tion, containing <
>lo farm oh
and fifty (1050)
COAL! COAL! COAL!
“ Economy is wealth r
T HEN look to your interest and' use ‘'Coal*
instead of Wood.' It Is cheaper—f-afer. and
much mora convenient ~ - ‘ -
countr. ' On said plvce tJitre is
aoomiNiu acres of open land in goodsta’ *
cultivation. Tim plaoe is well -improved,
watered, aud convenient to churches, schools
pkoo mil bo »u'ln tiro
rawtl inotcUmont8,onooufclr cash, tbo itlltrliolf
duo in t.elro roontliB from dolo of nolo of tho
asMtesaB?*^ ,o '=-
AU the above medicines are for sals by
W.A. COOK & CO.*
Americus, Ga., .,
L.W. Hunt& Co., Macori, Ca
Valuable City Property,
The lxonso is la:
of the best fini
well of water,and all the necessary c
Consisting of Five-sevenths of the building.
For further information apply to
oct. 13 if W.W.I