t .NORTH G
J. 1'. WHITMAN, Editor.
Thursday,./ Ootobor 20,-180B
jfjTiom nmtocnrrio ticket.
1 pos rftEsmiSTi v
HOI, HORATIO SEYMOUR,
Goa. Frank. P. Blair,
Btato Elootorinl Tiokot.
roi mi su:i at Unas:
'()««. JOHN D. GOItnUXofljultmi.
Hiis. JOHN T. ULAIIKR, of Ibindulpb.
1. Jons C. Nioitom, urftOKh
t. Cm, CaAttuti T. (Iconic, «>r gunner,
i Hanual J. Mua'rs, or Musongco,
- . A. AuairsrusO. Oaoos,of lllllb.
3. Mil. .1. II. Cuumiso, of ltlchmbrol.
». II. P, list.I., pf Fourth. . •
7. Col.. Jaiiks I). .\VAim*H, of Cobb.
GEN. P. M. B. YOUNG,
uspcnding the collodion of tho poll'
tax. This 1ms boon douo to aid In
tho election of Grant—to catch tho
negro vote, for there are thousands in
tho State who Imre uot paid this tax,
and could not vote under tho Consti
tution had uot this proclamation hien
Issued. It is, therefore, clear to our
mind—and Bard cf the Era, who ex-
nltingly calls upon the members of the
rabble party to take advantngo of It
cannot deny tho charge—that “IBs
Accidcnlcy " had no oilier object In
view,In stopping tho collection of these
.taxes,-than to make votes for Grant.
How little—how contemptible—lu tho
'Governor of a great Stato to prosti
tute himself to such bnso purposes—
But nothing better could bo oxpooted
of this Express Agent—this miserable
tool of tlie Mongrel tyrants. Ho owes
Ids election to fraud and rascality, and
by tho samo process lie proposes to
carry the Stato for Grant. But bow
is tilts proclamation of lils“0xsblp’
operating upon the poor of tho Stato?
\Vo learn from the Columbus Sun
that tlicro are now In tho Poor IIouso
of Miiscogco comity, sixteen whites
ahd thirteen blacks, who (being pau
pers) aro wholly dependent upon the
collection of taxes for a support. They
have hitherto been supplied very easi
ly, as provisions could bo purchased
on county'orders; but this tax sus
pension order Ims deprived tl|cm of
this modo of subsistence, ns tho treas
ury Is said to bo bankrupt, and no ono
will now buy orders or lend money—
Tho condition of tho poot in other
counties In Georgia is no bettor than'
in Muscogee. Is tills, uot a nice state
of things? Grant must bo elected,
and tho poor left lo starve I Down
Womon of tho South I
IVomnn’s influence is, indeed, great,
Every friend of the Union, tlie very j «»$ with,nil duo reverence for their
existence of which is nt stake, has a \ modesty, wo appeal to them to wield
work to do on tho day of election, for] that influence. Next Tuesday the
nt no time, since tho organization of | great quest ions of Libertyor ly ran ny,
j White Supremacy or Black Supremacy,
ELECTION DAY I
t'rlcnds of the Villon and or the
Constitution arc yon Heady ?
The tiny upon which tlie great battle
for tho Constitution,ami llio Union is
to be fought, is close fit, baud ! Before
nuother issue of our paper tho-presi
dential election, around which clus
ter momentous issues, will liavo been
decided, and wlmt that decision will
he tho God of lleavcn alone knows.—
Tho liberty and rights guaranteed un
der the Constitution framed by tho
llcvoluUoimry fathers, will oilher tri
umph on that day or he swallowed up
in the great nuileslcom cf Mongrelism.
On that day tlie decision will either bo
in favor of a while man's government,
or a Mongrel, niggerised despotism I
Democrats—friends of Constitution,
al liberty—aro you ready?—are you
thoroughly organized for the conflict ?
tho government, lmvo such sta. e ,
issues—issues bo clearly antagonistic a 1 ' 0 1° 1>° voted upon. \ou know your
to the Constitution—characterized a duty. Radicalism not only villiflcs
Presidential campaign in tiiis once freo tho true men of tho country biit^lnn-
anil lmppy Republic; mid tho nature | ders tho purity of your sex. Then,
of those issues are alarming—they not we call upon you to use your influence
not only involve tlie denresto interests against it. See wlmt a Radical editor,
of the South, but they endanger the notlong enough from tlie cod-fisheries
very stability of tho Union itself.—
Think of this, men of Georgia 1
Though the friends of the only. 'co?!-
Itally fbr Anothor
If tho result In N
Now York World, di
sylvanin, that Stato
in favor of Undlcalis
aro good for any
linhlo to olmiigu now in tlirco weeks ns
it did when, nflor electing Pouiocrntlo
officers In Octolior, Pennsylvania, in
1840, gnvo her electoral vote to Hnrrt-
ofNew England to clear himself of
the disagreeable odor, says about yon,
and in the columns ol’a Southern seal-
tentative, Conslilulional candidate now lawag’s paper. Read itl It is quoted
before tho American people for Prcsi-1 in tlie article on tlie first page, “llie
dent, lmvo been abased uud denounced Women of tlie South.”
us disuiiionists, us revolutionists, ns j And the njan who votes with a par-1
advocates of war and opponents of j tytlmtenilorsessueli calumnious serib- y ears, but wo lire "not willing to have our
peace—though senlnwngs and carpet- bling would whet bis knife on tho
son by the snmjl majority of 849. All
that now makes tlie small majority of
Tuesday In that State, comes from fraud
and colonization. In these* directions
the Radicals exponded their full foroo
last Tuesday. Tlie colonists will bu
culled homo to voto In their own States,
especially tlie “boys in blub” from this
city Who voted in Philadelphia. Tho
money lins been spent, mid nothing like
tho effort will bo mado by the Repub
licans In November which they put
forth i'll' October. Considering tho fact
that tho Stato now Ims boon carried
only by frauds wbioh cannot ho repeat
ed, and relying upon tho precedent
tlint tho Stato Ims been politically
changed from Octolior to Novcnlbor,
as it was In 1840, there-is reasonable
ground to hope, and considering tlie
small fraudulent majority lo overcome,
to expect tlmt'the Democrats will car
ry Pennsylvania next month. Rally
for another charge.
Schuyler Colfax and his friends arc
very anxious to tnako it nppcnr that lie
never was it Know-Nothing sworn ly
tho most impious oaths to proeeriblc
all foreigners and Roman Cathodes.—
Wo do. not blamo Colfax for being
ashamed of himself and for trying to
esenpo the Inevitable oonseqiienccs of
ids sin; but .denials are not proofs—
Ho was n Know-Nothing in 1854. He
was a delegate from Indiana to tho
great Know-Nothing Convention at
Philadelphia. He swore frightfully to
persecute relentlessly overy Irish limit,
German, and Roman Catholic, lie
swore never to support any ono of
these for any office but to do Ids bust
to prevent their ever holding any otU-
cial position in the United States. On
the 3d of November naturalized citi
zens would do well to remember this,
and to'sou to it that Colfax is uot elect
ed to fill tho oflico to which he aspires.
Notwithstanding Greeley’s foul lan
guage and obscenu denial of the charge,
tlie fact is eatiitilislicd tlmt Schuyler
Colfax was a Know-Nothing, and a de
A Terrible Outrage in Avkanns.
A correspondent from Carroll coun
ty writes thus:
On tlie 15th Inst., nt a church-house
m Crooked crook, four or fivo Radicals
■aised a row on tlie Sabbath. Know-
ng llmt the Cmiservatives were all un
armed they tired into the crowd, kill-
ig one man dead upon tlie spot and
minding llireo others, of Which two
have since died ; one it is supposed
will recover. This was done by men
that claim to belong to tlie Carroll
militia, and thev are going Co cni'nreu
civil law. We suppose they III
mehced tile enforcement. This is the
first Radical outrage upon tile citizen
of. this county. We lmvo enough o
itj Wo have lie'll jn peace (jar tIn
to tll_ , . .
ly Johnson to Mr. Sey
Washington, October 22,1868 J
Hon, Horalio Seymour i I see It an
nounced In tho papers, ildi morning
tlmt you will enter tho Presldontlai
canvass in person. 1 trust this may
bo so, as tho present position of puli,
(to affairs justillos and demands it. It
is hoped and believed, by your friends,
tlint nil enemies to Constitutional Gov
ernment, whether secret or avowed,
will not bo spared, and llmt their ar
bitrary nml unjust usurpation, togeth
er with their wasteful, profligate, and'
corrupt uso of tho pooplo’s treasure,
will bo signally exposed and rebuked.
The mnsscs of the people should he
nrousod and warned against tho on-
croaehmcnts of despotic power, now
ready to enter tho citadel of liberty.
I trust that you may speak with nn In
spired tongue, and that your voice may
ponotrate overy just and patriotic
breast throughout the land. Let tho
living principles of the violated Con
stitution bo proclaimed nml restored,
tlmt ponce, prosperity and fzatornnl
feeling nmy return to our divlded.and
“To Your Tents, Oh Israeli”
A RALLYING SHOUT FROM THE JEWS
AND ADOPTED CITIZENS.
To tho Editor of tho Nnshrlllo Ropnhlfcnn TIminor
I think I know something of wlmt I
write. I mu an Israelite and a foreign
er, nnd lmvo been for years a Republi
can. But I cannot nnd will not vote
for Ulysses S. Grant, the author of the
Infamous order No. 11. So It is In tlie
North. If tho Rndlcal majorities in
Ohio, Indiana ami Pennsylvania aro
not over ton thousand, there aro .Isra
elites enough in each of those States
who arc Republicans, nml lmvo nml
will vote tho Republican ticket gener
ally, that will never, never, never voto
for Grant. Mark tlmt. They wifi not
do It. Tlioro aro Radical Israelite vo
ters enough in the city of Philadelphia,
who lmvo voted with the Radicals iu
this late election, nml who will not vote
for Grant, to change tho result.
I might say the same of tlie German,
Irish nml Italian Republicans, who
lmvo votad in the into elections witli
their party, lint' they will not vote for
Colfax, with his Know-Nothing record
and Know-Nothing oath.
Tho Btato of Thlnga in Mlsacuri.
Gen. Blair, in hisspceeh at the Court
house in St. Louis, thus alludes to llio
tyranny which prevails in tlmt State,
“This State, in every section, feels
tlie agony of tho most despotic ami
meanest Government tlmt ever existed
in the tide of time. [Cheers.] It is
from our citizens
baggers lmvo been busy manufactur
ing lies concerning the disloyalty of
tho people of tho South, for tho pur
pose of .inflaming the Northern mind
—charged them with being cut-throats,
assassins,Instigators of the Camilla
and other riots-r-tlie nature of tlie is-
. sue is not olmngcd—it Is* still n fight
between the friends of- the 1 Constitu
tion and its enemies—and wo would
exhort every friend of that sacred In
strument throughout Cherokee Geor
gia to bestir himself, to gird on his
armor for tho iipproaeliing contest. If
wo are victorious—if tho Union is
saved from tlie rule of Mongrellsiii,
nml thus perpetuated—it will 'liavo'tb
bo doho by united action on the part
of its friends. At n limp like the pres-'
cut no ono 1ms the right- to fold'bis
arms in supposed-security. The pa
triot heart has overy thing to call forth
his energies. Look nt tlio stupendous
national ’debt Mougreilsm 1ms piled up
—at tlio enormous, taxes boaped upon
the people—at l6e stagnnation of com
merce—at the unsettled condition of
the country, nnd the total ruin tlireat-
- cned tho government. These present
n spectacle tlmt should lire every con
servative heart in Ibis broad land, nnd
cause him & rally around the standard
- of Soymour nnd Blair on -Tuesday
next, the election of whom tho good
of the wbolo country, nnd especially of
our section, demands. But the time
for argument has passed—we must act
now, nnif a cl as patriots—voto for Sey
mour and Blair or the Union totters
. and falls I Let no'fricnd, therefore,of
these pure and incorruptible states
men—those able defenders of tlio Con
stitution—these warm nnd fearless ad-
•vocatos of a white toon’s government
—slay at homo on the day of election,
but lot all go lo the polls early nnd en
ter their protest against. Mongrel ty-
ruuny hy casting their suffrages for the
Nation’8 hope, Seymour anii Blair!
Governor Soymour in the Field.
This pure patriot and able states
man—the gallant (log-bearer of tlie
nalionnl Democracy in tlie coming con
test for liberty nnd the Constitution—
has' taken tlio field against tho tyranni
cal bests marshalled against tlio Gov-
ci;nment. Ho has been induced to
take this stop by the cry of tranchcry
in our camp, ami is dividing bis time
between llio States of N. York, Ohio,
Indiana, llliuois and l’ennsylvniiin,
whero lie is striking ponderous blows
ngniii6t the strongholds of the enemy.
For Peace, Prosperity, Constitu
tional Liberty, One Currency for rich
pud poor, Equal and Light Taxation,
Economy, and pure Statesmen, vote
for Seymour ANt > Blair 1
tombstone of a mother, to murder his
wifo because she was white. God do-
fond tlio purity of our virgin maidens
from tlie corrupt, detestable, spurious,
bastard devils, who thus limit t them,
under tho coyer of loyalty-, and backed?
In tlioir impudence, by a gnrrisou of
Boldiers, furnished by tho “best gov
ernment tlio world evor saw,” and un
der tlio command of U. S. Grant. If
anybody likes It,Alley know who lo
good men slaughtered by men tlmt »e'ci will. ] AM- jet that is the law.
have set out to enforce the civil Aon are compelled to submit to it,yet
4i,„t ,„iit c,,i,mil. Ir, n„. imv uudor it yon lmvo.no rights tiS,citizens,
Wo pity the poor, deluded “loll"
man who has prostituted himself to
villainy, 1 y operating with tho Radi
cals, and has not courage to leave the
'“sinking • ship.*’ The doors of the
Democratic temple will bo kept open
five moro days. IV hy will yo be lost?
Tlio Goddess of Liberty bids you enter!
. ’Tlie Irishman, German or Jow, who
votes for Grant and Colfax next Tues
day Btiould have a dried gourd tied
around Ills nock to keep company with
hls empty bead. Radical-Knotv-Notli-
tng Judges would not let foreigners
vote in free Pennsylvania on the 13tli.
If yon don’t care for a hereafter vote
for the foreigner-exterminating ticket,
Grant nnd Colfax, next Tuesday. De
mocracy grasped you from their clasp
once. Death to Radical-Know-Notii-
Nat Harbin remindsusof “death on a
pale llorso" since tho Democratic skies
are brightening up, and Mongrelism
is threatened with a “gulf of deep did-
pair." We pity tho “sorrows of a pool-
law that will not submit to the law
themselves. We understand tlmt tlio
sheriff, together with tlio good citizens
of this county, demanded tlmt tlio
lawless scamps lie brought to Justice
and let tho law have Us course m the
premises. Wo have not heard a word
from them since they committed the
net, only what we heard on tlie next
day. Tlie Radicals all gathered tb
numbo e,t!icor fifty strong“nt Captain
Fielc’er of|s s suppose to protect tlie
outlaws against tlie civil authorities.
The good citizens of lids county aro
law-abiding, and will help to enforce it,
provided it is in their power to do so.
We had not been apprised that there
was another war up, until the Radicals
commenced charging the places of pub
lic worship, seeking whom they might
devour. They killed their own broth
er-in-law In the fight. We have been
told tlmt there wore two Conservatives
armed, and they were tlie first two-shot
down, and did net nsu their arms—
The Conservative people of this coun
ty lmvo not been in llio habit of carry
ing arms for tlie last three years.—
Now we ask the question, wlmt shall
wo do if tlie Radical authorities, un
dor a 'Radical form of government,
suffer men to go to church houses and
commit such outrages upon people,
nml fail to bring them to justice for
want of law, nnd men, too, who will
enforce it to tlio letter ? Our country
lias been In a prosperous condition for
tho last three years. Registration is
on hand, nnd wo are all calculating to
register nnd vote for Seymour and
Blair, tlmt tbo laws may bo fairly ad
it you lmvo no rights as citizens,
except such os the State Uovcniiiieiil
chooses to concede to you. Sonic of
you believo tlmt you are free citizens
of a lepublio. None of you are. You
have no lights of citizenship except
Wliat aro allowed you by tlie govern
ment of your State, which discrimin
ates between individuals. One man is
allowed to vote because ho will vote
a partisian ticket. Another who pro
poses a different faith is rejected. No
man can vole hero except hy tlio gra
cious permission of the Registrar.—
No matter what a mail’s conduct may
lmvo been during tlio war, no matter
wlmt servioes lie nmy have midercd
the Stato ortho nation, these are of no
avnil to him. Everything is left to
tlie discretion of nn olllcor of registra
tion, who is actually mado irresponsi
ble by tlio Inw under which ho nets.—
Can any Iranian being conceive a state
of despotism more absolute than tlint
which is imposod upon otu- people liy
tlicso Radicals in tlie execution of tlie
registration law, which is taken and
swallowed down liko a nauseous dose,
ns it Is. B,v tills they van, with or
without evidence, reject voters nt their
discretion. This is called republican
Fully one-third of all tlie voters of
Missouri aro disfranchised hy a pre
tended Constitution, which was foisted
upon the State by military force, by
bayonets nt tlie polls, There is hard
ly a people on tho globe win would
submit for a year to such bnso oppres
sion ns the great Stale has been sub
jected to from tlie Radicals.—Cinciit
! n short time since, though nt
io tlio buns wero published probal
liiero wero not moro than two persons
In tho world, nud the bridegroom not
ono of thorn, who know of Its pocullnr
features, l’lio facts aro given only
because of their oxtraovuiiiai'ydiame
ter ; and nil names, dates aiid incidents
calculated to point otiv tlio parlies con
cerned are BiipproBBcd. Tlio state-
incut .s maria upon information en
tirely reliable, nnd such ns to leave no 1
doubt whatever ns to Its correctness.
Both bride and brldogroom 1 wero
residents of St. Louis; tho formor n
girl of sovontoen, nnd tho latter a
young mechanic with-very fair pros
pects for tho future, nnd some ilttlo
cash In bank. Tlio wedding was oolo-
brnted In the usual manner, alul llio
young conplo started for n Northern
city oh their honeymoon trip. They
were not long gono,-however, for at
tho onil of two days they wero hack In
Louisville, and the young husband,
who had liithcrto bech noted for hls
tempernto habits, took to drinking,
nnd in a day or two afterward sudden
ly disappeared. Rumor said lie had
gono to California, but nt any rato lie
left Ids wife with her friends at St.
Alter rotnrnlng front Imltnlinpulls,
lie mndc n strange statement to nn iu-
tlmnto friend, in which lie alleged that
his wife, though to all appearances a
young girl', was of neither sox ; nnd
tlmt she was to him a most incompre
hensible being, with whom bo could
novflr live happily. Ho seemed great
ly troubled, nnd nsked advice as to
wlmt course lie ought to pursuo under
tlio circumstances. The next liunrd of
him by his friend, ho Imd left the city.
Tlio deserted bride seems to ho en
tirely unconscious of being in nny way
different from nny other human being,
nnd could never have experienced tlio
passion of love, though tlie husband
carried on Ids suit n year. She looks
to’ bo a beautiful young girl, .though
not very woll developed, and there is
nothing masculine or unusual in her
features. Her parents, it is said, have
kept her very close nt home, anil in
herseliool-ilay8 she-was not allowed to
minglowitli her schoolmates, her teach
ers having received particular instruc
tions licliire she entered tlio schools
which she attended. The mother is
thought to lmvo been the only pei-HOn
acquainted with her peculiarities up
to the lime of tlie marriage.
Thb ease is certainly very rmnarka-
lile, nnd will no doubt attract some at
tention in tlio scientific world—A’. Y.
STnoNoRF.iNFonoKMF.NTS.—T lie New
York World says: Tlio city physicians
reported 302 births in the Metropoli
tan District during the past week.
Now that it is certain that Butler is
likely to go hack to Congress, spoons
should lie added to the nrliclosof sta
tionary with which members are now
furnished by tlie people.—Prentice.
Taking it for granted that blasphe
my is the cause of earthquakes nml
■^terrestijd uouinmliom, the mtini-
llie following decree : “ Swillring
ilaspheming being tlie real cause
of earthquakes, it Is hereby forbidden
to all whomsoever it lie to swear or
blaspheme under penalty of receiving
iweuty-fivo lashes and being lined tlie
sum of twenty-live florins.”
A Charleston dispatch of llio 21st
says: A meeting was held this after
noon, to express indignation nt recent
murders iii the up country. Mayor
Clnrk presided, and speeches wero (lo
wered hy Senator Sawyer, Collector
Mackey and others.
Governor Seott has issued a procla
mation, offering rewards for tlio appre
hension of tlie murderers, nml express
ing n determination to maintain public
order at all hazards.
Alauama.—Tho Montgomery Ad
vertiser says : “ We have a majority
of white voters in Alabama, and un
less thousands of them provu false and
rcrii$£ to register nml vote, we enu ea
sily ’carry this State in November for
Seymour and Blnlr. A victory in Al
abama in November will be tlio sure
forerunner of defeat and utter route to
those who now falsely claim to be tlio
officers of this Statu.”
■Read tbo first page of this paper,
and see tlie results of Mongrelism. If
you aro a man, help us to stop these
tyrannies, by voting for our standard-
bearer, Horatio Seymour, Nov. 3.
Let our noble, self-sacrificing women
read tbo vile slander to their sex, by
nn Infamous, New England, Nasty-chit
setts, negro-loving, poor-house debnu
choc, nnd puritanicnl. scribbler of n
Radical organ in North Carolina, nnd
tlie denfense by a Democrat. Then
let not the foul, putrid scab of corrup
tion, who endorses these Radical sen
timents, ever receive thy smiles. Tho
arllclo is “Women of the South.”
Tlio Louisville papers say tlmt III-
dianiuns who lmvo visited that city-
siuco tho election declare that the De
mocracy can carry Indiana in Novem
ber. They were beaten, at tlie recent
election, by tlie importation of thou
sands of voters from Michigan and II.
linoie. The Democracy made enor
mous gains iu tlio Southern part of the
Tho Holly Springs Reporter of the
2d vouches fertile following: One day
InBt week, tho little son of onr li-ioiid,
HenJ. Ford, Esq., living near Water
ford, in tiiis county, was bitten on tlie
instep of Ills right foot by li highland
moccasin snake. The foot immediate
ly commenced swelling. Within a
short time the leg had turned black,
was swollen to tho knee, nnd was ex
cruciatingly painful. All tlio usual
remedies wero npplicd, but without
giving relief. Our friend Benj S. Mil
am, Esq., who Ims the celebrated nmd
stone that Ims performed so many mi
raculous cures of snake-bites In our
county was sent for. Upon his arrival
ho found the sufferer in great agony.
Tho mad-stone was applied to tlie in
step. In n short time the poison of
tlie reptile Imd been absorbed by tlio
stonef and in three hours the little fel
low wus well. Truly, this nmy be call
ed a wonderful cure.
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October 2P, 1808.
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OX nnn Mink RIBS, case dried; 15,00 Oito
SkiniL case dried; 6,000 Bed Fox
5kms, case dried ; 28,000 Grey Foa Skins, case
dried; 26,G(.0 Coon. Skins, case dried; 6,000
Wild Cut Skins, case dried ; 1,000 Denver Skins,
ease dried; BOO Boar Skins, ease dried; 6,000
Opossum SkIiis. case dried; 60,000 Rabbit skins
mid 10,000 Musk Rat skins, case dried—lor which
tiie highest market lirlce will be paid in Cash.
Have your S' ins in good order, well stretched
and cased, mid if the fur is good, you will get the
highest price, but skins cut ui.d tom nnd half
stretched will demupd but a poor price.
BKBTRAND ZACIIUY will be on bund, lo
wait on his old customers. %
I would also call the at tenth n of tho trade to
my stock or Hals and Caps, which Is by
far the most extensive ever brought to this mar
ket. Country Merchants can be supplied by the
case or dozen at great’v reduced prices.
Also, a lino Hock 01 Ladies’ FOBS, THUNKS,
Valises, Umbrellas and Cmie*.
pyRemember the plane. Oct.29-1 mfc
Spring i'll,™ romi (till to let (ml (of reluta
Mimiluj tho Oil) of Norembot, Rhu "
cdyod nt mild bridge nt lfi oVdtfuk, M.,onilui
(LJ. Centhud to be lul (o tfiu [overt bidder
: , ijjp^
012$ It' f ° r ilutnf , " lf W1| lfllo!il count]«
n EOKCMf Murruf Coonly-Wher^IUv/,
U Unj applies lor letter, of adednhurtion outbe
ertnto of llcurjr Nctberton, late or said com,ft
There ure- therefore to cite and a'lmnabh ill
and filngufav (bu kludred and er- dltnra af mid d,.
ceased,- to file t.cir ohjectidtu., If anr Ihor in,,
nn or before (be December Term of llio Una,tot
Ordinary to be held la (add cnnntr on tb, £m
.Monday In December nexl, otherwise said I.-ttrr,
will bo grunted tbo applicant Hired- under 1,
band nnd olllelut .ignaiufe rid* X8ih Octal*,,
18(18. ANDERSON FaUNS«'OUT1I, OrdV
October Z0- ?.),!
( V Fdldlfd, Murray Ccnntj—John Krtwmdt
V * has applied for exemption of pci-amuiliy nn !
retting apart nml valuation of Homestead and i
will pan. upon llio sumo nt SpefriR Paicu on 7tlt
i!it) of November, 1 SiiR, at mv nfflcc:
ANDERSON FARNSWORTH, OrdV
C iEOROM, Walter CunUIJ—John Tapp lussf.
f piled to mo I'm- exemption of per.onn!lv nti-1
t Wilt pasa apoa the none m I.uFiih-Uc oil Mamin!
tbo second day of Norttifiltcr, Isiis, at mv other.
(fl-tJO-lt 11 KUSSEI.lJ Onjjli'irf.
rtHMUli. Walter County— Jcs-eo .lay Ims up-
V-T plied tome lor.exomplion of ftrwnnlty nud
aeltlog apart nnd ra'tmllon of homnetcad and I
"111 paw upon the rami! nt LuFiiycito on OitoUr
31.1 1808, at niyoiDeo.
Oct'JO-n HILTON Itl'FEEI.L, t.riTv.
lies applied to mo for exemption of per.-u
ly ami I n ill pass upon the same at LaFayettc on
Monday -id t,i November, 1838; at iny oiliee.
Oct-da'If MILTON Rl'SSEI.I,, Onl'y.
OJOHCIA, Walker Conoty-ilienryftjiderii .
V-, Jilles to mo to take the, bcoslll nl Rjobd *
oxVmplion laws uf till. State as contained in Iff 1
wins'* code uiad I trill pass npnn (lie samo atl.i-
Fayette, Georgia,on Monday the’Ud of November
next, at my olllce.
Oto-lt MILTON RUSSELL, Onl'y.
G ( KOUGIl, Catoosa County— Darling Iteklw
4 applied Inr exemption ol personally red
setting opart nod valnatbm of homestead, 'sad I
will pass upon the samo e.t my oltiee lu RinpgLJ
on llm Tilt day of November next.
OetSD-H ' J. SI. COMBS, OrdV.
it; K. K1NGSI.F.Y/
I S sole ngcnl for the sale of Right's Afnn'ia
and Materials, for Refining Sm-gl.tmi Syrup,
io Wldldcld-nnd adjoining counties.
Surglmni Syrup can lie refined by till, prom-,
nnd made equal to tbo best Holden or Maple, a
a cost of only a fetv cent, pee gallon.
I’nrtlcs wishing to see die process, or engage
in Lite business should apply iu pccsou, or by let
A Scalawag with a Level Head.
—Tlie Rielnnoiid Dispatch of the 11th
inst. contains the following :
Tlie Dispateli is mistaken in saying
tlint I abused my neighbors and friends.
I lmvo no neighbors, I’m ostracised ;
nnd I’m sure I cannot lmvo nhused
friends ; I have none, I'm a scnlawng.
Very respectfully, yours,
What tho Carpet-baggers Want.
An Alabama radical delegation is
now or 1ms just been at Washington
to nsk aid from tlio President for tlie
suppression uf riot and rebellion, but
professiugsimply to ask tho (’resident's
assurance that tlio troops will ho forth
coming if “it bo deemed neeossary.—
Tlie ivfiplu purport is, tlmt if tho arm
ed negroes mill scalawags, with thu aid
of the Freedmen's Bureau, shall provo
sufficient to keep tlio Democracy from
voting, no additional troops will ho
called for, bat, if thu Democracy shall
allow thcmselvs determined to exercise
their rights, then a call fur troops will
he “deemed necessary.”
If President Johnson, for whom we
lmvo much regard, succumbs to those
miserable Southern carpet-baggers and
scalawags, ho will live in history as a
poorer creature than any other man
that Ims ever occupied the place lie
occupies. Wo lmve much respect for
President Johnson now. Wo hope to
lmvo grent respect for him hereafter.
Wo lmlf think wo shall,
A Washington letter says tho Dem
ocratic leaders in tlmt city boast of
Having made in the recent elections, a
glorious light against money, fraud
nndUovermncnt patronage. The slight
bruising on Tuesday last only renders
tlie party- more eager for tlie fray, and
I telegrams from all quarters to tlie Nn-
Moral Depravity in me Pulpit.
—Henry Wnrd Beecher, in the eourso
of a political harangue at tlio Brooklyn
Acndomy of Music, last Friday even
ing, said: “ I had rather hare Oen.
Grant DRUNK Ilian Governor Sey
mour SOBER,” (Great applause.)
When tlio professed Minister of the
Gospel becomes tho coarse, the vulgar
deelsimcr from tho hustings, soiling bis | tionnl Executive Committee, announce
clerical lobes ill tlio dirty waters of. llio determination of going into the
politics, wlmt mny bo expected of the November fight with a vim, and con-
people ? ! Cdeot of Victory.
It was n mystery bow Butler escap
ed from the bottle in which ho was
placed by Grant, until it was ascertain
ed tlmt the radical Senate taxed the
people limt year forforly-eiglitdollnrs’
worth of corkscrews.—Louisville Jour
“ SurrosE."—Suppose Seymour nnd
Blair should be elected. Suppose Sey
mour should die—lie “ put out of the
way,” rebel fashion. Suppose Frank
Blair, thucandidnle of tho rebels should
then, ns he would, becojne President.
Suppose your grodinother was your
grandlathcr. Suppose Ben. Butler
wus an holiest' mail. Suppose tlie
moon was mado of greon cheese, nnd
you were a skipper in it. Suppose,
just for fun, that Grunt should join the
temperance society, nnd stop talking
horse. Suppose the grent “ snaik ”
wns a tadpole, all covered with chicken
feathers. Suppose you wero arrested
for knowing moro than llio law allows,
or because your cars me too long.
A Mobile dispateli of tho 22d sny-B:
A white woman, sixty years of age,
was assaulted nml ravished by three
negroes in tlio outskirts of the city yes
terday in broad daylight. Her life is
in serious danger from injuries inflict
ed. Tlie citizens aro in pursuit of tho
A market man was assaulted hy ne
groes yesterday morning a short dis
tance from the city, niid wns mortally
wounded hy a musket shot, and while
Insensible - was robbed of everything,
even bis shoes. , .. .
Walker Mortgage Sale,
\,V ILL be sold befure tin* Court Iluttao tlool
• V in the Hum til l.aFayeUt,. on llio Ural
Tuesday iii January next the loiloiving proper
Lota uf land Nos. 1G7 and 101, nnd two acres
of lei Nn. 1H8 on adilcli two 'acres tlio furnace
and lb* nppendu'-os tv, ro located, all nf whloh
lauda nro situated In the S*ttll district oT the 3d
‘cclion of Walker county: levied on as tin- prop
erty of Robert II. l'uiyell, to satisfy a Superior
Cuuri inortgagu II fa, in favor of John L. Ed
mondson again <t said R liert II. Puwcll.
Also, nt the inn-c time nnd place, lots of land
Nos, 41 and 43, and 40 acres uir of tlio North end
and snlu of lot No. 35, all ill tlio Otlt district of
the 4tb section of Walker county: levied on ns
the property of C D McFarland, to sntLI'y n Supe
rior Court niuvtgago II la, In Invor of X' G und T
(I Mi-Fai land, against said C D McFarland.
Also, at thu same lime and place, lot of land
No 338 ill the 10th district of tlie 4th scetion (if
Wulk'cr county: levied on an the property uf Wi
A I'nyne, to satisfy a Superior Court mortgage II
fa in favor of Moure and llnrsli. against said Win
A I’nyne. A A SIMMONS, Sheriff.
October .9 8m'
They are al Tlieir Old Tricb! j
Christian !t Votery,
Saddlery and Harness Shop,
^UURK kf no nsu tulkimr, they have ihcl'trf ■
1. nml i’ll on pus t lot of Raddlaa, Bridle* :.tul cwfj fed
description of Hornes* ever offered in this awtktt ||
Cheap for cn*h.
Repairing done at the shortert notice, Io *nt»> f
nnd MoikmanllKC style. , ;
Shop up stairs, over ColiU's Tailor shop norti p
side King Street, Post Office Row. «df|B
Walker Sheriff's Sales.
W ILL be aold hi fore the Court-IIouse door, in
IaiFi yettc, on tlio first Tuesday in Decem
ber next, within tlie legal hour* of mIc, the fol
lowing property, to-wit:
Lot* cf land No*. 207 nnd 268, in the 2«th dis
trict und Dd section of WiulfCripmutv: levied on
ns tho property of Miles («. Abu nathy, to satisfy
two Justices’ Court tt lua, issued from the 058d
dis.iict, G. M., in favor of John Puiyonr u r ninst
said Abernathy. Levy made nuU returned to me
by W; II Goodson, constable.
Also nt tlie same time and place, lot of land
No. 806, in tlie 2iith district of the 3d sec-lion of
Walker county; levied on as the property of F.
C. Harmon, deceased, to ftatisfy ono JusUoo Court
fi fa issued from D53d dbtr.et, G M., iu favor uf
John l’urjcar against fcuid llnrniou. Levy muUc
and returned to me by W. B Goodson, constable.
Also, at the same time nnd place, the Cooper
place, being pnrts of lots of land No*. 44, 46, 28
and 29, amounting to about 1 DO acres, in tlie 2tuh
district nud 3d-sect ion of Walker county; levied
on as tlie property of A. A. Cooper, deceased, to
satisfy three Justices’ Court U fas issued from 963d
district, U. M., in favor of John Puryertr, against
said Cooper. Levy mndo a 1 id returned to me by
W. B. Goodson, constable 1 .
Also, at tho same time nnd place, South half
of lot No. 139 in the eighth district of tho fourth
lection of Walker county: levied on as the prop
erty of G, W. Ellis, to satisfy a Superior Court
li fa in favor of Green Collet, against said Ellis.
Also, at the same time, and place, .one sooty
clnybnnk horse ubont 12 years old. levied on as
tlio property of Jesse Jay, to pay cost on sundry
Superior Court fl fis, against said Jay. .
Also, at tho same time and place, 'North halves
of lots of land Nos. 247 and 246, iu tho 8th dis
trict of tho 4Ih section of Walker county; levied
on as tlie property of John F. VicheKy, to satisfy
two Justices’ Court fi fns issued from'944th di*-
GENERAL INSURANCE & COMMISSION ACENCT. j
J. N. Scott,
Genoral Ins. and Commission Ae«A
in any Hint class Companies.
Will also till orders for produce, ns wolf *« 5(1 FI
nny description of Merchandise or property tfl rj
commission, Charges moderate, (live* i'^ H
uUcntiim to business, und guarantee* wttfslw*''* t j
I S prepared lo effect Insurance, on fife
erty, on n* favorable term* a* can be
Inrorporatcd in 1859.
The Georgia Home Ins. Coni
OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
Capital $350,009 Assets !l
Jas. F. Bozeman, Pres D. F. Wilcox,
Isauos Participating Policies.
rTUIIS Georgia Company is prepared
L pie protection against loss or damage by"*
on terms a* favorable a* tlie nature ol the r “
will justify. All losses promptly adjusted.
Apply to J. N. SCOTT, Apt.
Oct. 22-Om. Dnlton, «'«•
Chartered ISiT.. .Iloscrvcil FnnJ*ao0,0»
The Southern Mutual Ins. Comp! -
Or Athens, Georgia.
Profit* Divided Annually between Yeirly ^
Holders, tlnis Reducing the Kales of W*
snrnnee very Materially*
T IIIS old nnd sterling Georgia Company
to the public rcliuhlc protection
or damage by flro, on terms as favorable *1
character of tlio risk* will justify. Losses ^
ably and promptly paid.
App,,- * J- *• SCOTT. ^
EORGIA, »,iiuuciu uihuij - t iRa
VJT guardian for the Minor orphan 8
... i; llelvenaton, has applied for oxempUoit 0 U
w rt u U v? e’ "!“® hn Viokery «nd Bonolty nml selling npoit nnd vnln»fl«» “' 5,
W. 8. A lekevv, In fuver ol Richnrd Morgan.— ! stead, nnd I will pass upon Die ismo *[ *?
Lovy rondo anil returned to roe. bv W. II. Ulmllln,. i„ Dalton, on tbo 3th day or Nov., !«**. I g
comuiblo. A. A. BIMSIO.VR, Sheriff. AV. H. DROOKKR,fiaj 1 ”,, i I
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