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The Steam Wages
AN IRQN GIANT HOW IT GOES THE
MASTERPIECE OF LOCOMOTION.
From the Corrinne Importer. >
Col. Hyde’s grand triumph, the
steam wagon or rood locomotive,
was all around town to-day. At 11
o’clock it started across the track,
bounding over hedges and ditches,
then the north-side, wfiere *ir
was guided over toward the waler
works to drink. Several hundred
gallons of Hiram’s tank sufficed to
slake the monster's thirst, and away
it went again. Wc have described
this consolidation of mule, horse and
ox teams before but did,not see its
capering movements until this morn
ing. Why, k appears to- swing
around in the road at command of
the steering apparatus, easier than
a man could turn a wheelbarrow on
a matched floor ! This great engine
will draw its thirty or forty tons of
freight in trailed vans or wagons as
readily as it moves unloaded.
Mr. Hanscom, builder of the car,
acted as pilot to-day, anil surely iiis
pride as a mechanic must have been
fully satisfied in the wonderful work
of the Overland Steamer. It is the
king of the road in every way. In
twenty feet it turn3 completely a
round, going at its speed, stops with
the touch of a valve, anti when tie
sired to move on, take up its march
with a step that ordinary obstruc
tions cannot retard. On the next
trip of the steamer, this steam wag
on is to be taken across the lake by
Colonel Hyde, and there put to
work hauling ores and freights to
urn! from the mines to the landing.
We rejoice greatly at its success to
day, am! while seated on its steady
front, close by Mr. Hanscom, wished
the glory of inventing and manufac*
luring so useful a machine would
sometime be ours.
We learn that a company of gen
tlemen in this city arc maturing
plans for the introduction of one ot
theso Thomson Road Engines, to be
run between this place and the Sand
Hills. We have seen a letter from
the agent for the Thomas Company,
in New York, stating that Mr. Wad-
ley had ordered ten of these extraor
dinary engines to be run as auxilia
ries to the Central Road, in bringing
from the adjacent county cotton and
other produce to the main line of his
road. One of theso steamers, we
also learn, is now in use near the
Central Hoad, about 90 miles from
Savannah, fTi hauling logs to large
saw mills, owned by the Wadley
Brothers, of President Wadley.
It is also contemplated to pul one
of these steamers on the Southwes
tern Plank Road, to ply between this
place and Louisville. Negotiations
are now pending between the parties
mid the Southwestern Plank Road
Company for the use of their fran
chise for this purpose.
Monarch Retired ffcmtEnslr.ecs.
The following is a list of sover
eigns still living who have been de
prived of their thrones: Prince
Gustave Wasa, of Sweden, ISO 9 ;
Count do Chambord, August 12, IS
-30 ; Duke Charles, of Brunswick,
September 17, IS3O ; Count de Par
is, February 24, IS4S ; Duke Rob
ert de Parma, 1852; Grand Duke
Ferdinand, of Tuscany, ISGO ;
Duke Francis, of Modena, 1860 ;
Francis 11., ot Naples, February,"
18G1 ; the widow of King Olho, ot
Greece, October 24 ISG2 ; Duke
Adolf, of Nassau, 18G6; King
George, of Hanover, 18GG ; the
Elector of Hes-e, ISGG ; Empress
Charlotte, of Mexico, 1867 ; Isabel
la, of Spain, ISG9 ; Emperor Napo
Ice Cream. —This is a luxury ve
ry much indulged in, especially in
large cities, and has n very injurious
influence upon the functions of the
stomach. Taken in a frozen condi
tion, it lowers the temperature of
the stomach and debilitates its ves
sels. As soon as it becomes melted
and digested, it is a powerful healing
material, rapidly increasing the tem
perature, not only of the stomach,
but the entire body, producing a vi
olent reagiion, and heaving the mu
cous membrane in a loaded or con
A New Motor. —Dr. Lamm, of
New Orleans is driving stieet ears
by anew motor in the shape of
liquor ammonia, which a heat of six
ty degrees Fahrenheit converts into
vapor which is applied like steam to
an engine, and afterwards condens
ed by being passed into cold water.
A French paper published a start
ling report that although the Mount
Cenis tunnel has been pierced, and
locomotives have passed through it,
there is still some doubt as to its be
ing opened to travel for some time to
coine. The trouble is in the ventil
ation of the tunnel. The smoke
evolved from the locomotive is not
driven out. Out of the three en
gine-drivers who were employed on
the trip through the tunnel, two died
of suffocation, and the third was
restored to life vritii great difficulty.
' The Age.
i»*3ee, the tree is pointed out from J
which Andre wa» hung. It is rath
er a nopUaeih-aturaiflifu- landscape,
«nd“a? YrSfcM memorial helps to
break the.monotonous refrain of the
“house in which Washington slept."
A traveler was under escort of a
farmer thereabouts who pointed out
die tree. “That’s a famous tree,
there." “What is it famous for?"
“Idon’t remember exactly, but I be
lieve a general was- hang there
once.” “What general—-Gen.
Washington?" “Yes, that was his
name." _ ‘«WJiat did they bang him
for ?” “Well, he captured some
body, 1 believe; 1 don’t remember
exactly.” “Wasn’t it Andre?” "Ay,
that was it; they hung him for cap
turing Andre. I remember now.
Both General Von Moltke and
Prince Frederic Charles, the two
great commanders t cf the Prussian
armies in France, are among the
best chess-players in Germany,
while Bismark is not only a very in
different player, but also gets easily
impatient when defeated.
A short time ago a very strict
young lady in society gave her pho
tograph to a devotee! admirer for his
locket. Two days afterward her
brother found it on the floor of a
billiard-room decorated with a pair
of mustaches and an immense ci
gar, artistically done with a pin.
In view of the yatching season all
the girls are becoming nauticle to a
dogtee unprecedented. Sailor hats
and sailor jackets occupy their entire
attention ; all sorts of phrases of the
ocean, which no sailor outside of a
novel ever heard of, are sedulously
conned with a view to the astonish
ment of the natives; sea songs are
being practiced, and general good
times anticipatedly talked over.—
And by-tlie-bye, ladies’ brandy and
red pepper is splendid for sea sick
The Viaduct Railroad Company
in New York have one hundred and
fifty engineers engaged on the sur
vey. The road is to run about
twenty-five feet above the ground,
on brick arches, between traverse
iron ribs, supported by heavy iron
lateral columns artistically designed,
themselves supported on inverted
arches of solid masonry built into
the ground. All available spaces
under the road will be converted in
to stores and markets.
The only three cities on the globe
positively known to contain over
1,000,000 inhabitants are London,
Paris, and New York (including
Brooklyn), the reported population
of Yeddo, Pekin, and other heathen
centers having been proved to have
been wildly exaggerated. Berlin,
St. Petersburg, Naples and Vienna
do not differ very widely in popula
tion, though the Prussian capital is
growing more rapidly than any of
the other cities, and is probably the
largest by 40,000 to 50,000,
'Flic fence is an American institu
tion and habit, and a costly one it is.
Illinois is said to have ten limes the
fences of Germany, and Duchess
county, New York, more than all
France. A narrow path serves to
divide farms in France, Germany
and Holland. In South Carolina
the improved land is estimated to be
worth $20,000,000, and the fences
have cost $ 10,000,000. The annual
repair is a tenth of this. A recent
calculation places the cost of fences
in the. United Stales at $1,300,000,-
000. Nicholas Biddle, thirty years
ago, said the Pennsylvania fences
had cost $100,000,000. In Ohio
they are put at $115,000,000, and in
New YorK, at $144,000,000. Some
of these days, under the careful til
lage of the old world, fences will
disappear and boundaries will be
marked with fruit and shade trees,
or neat hedge rows, and the country
will present a much improved ap
Machine for Writing Music.
An ingenious French invention
is a machine for writing music.—
The inventor passes over a metal
cylinder, turning regularly by means
of a clock movement and communi
cating with a battery, a band of pa
per impregnated with a solution that
will decompose under the influence
of an electric current, as in tele
graph apparatus according to Cas
sell'S and other systems. The clock
movement may be put in motion or
stopped at will by an electric or
mechanical stop or detent. The
hand of paper being placed on the
cylinder, the inventor places above
it a series of metal wires of plates
isolated from each other in such a
way that as they rest at one point
on the paper in a parallel direction
to the axis of the cylinder, they
each communicate by means of a
separate metallic wire w ith a con
tact apparatus placed under each of
the keys of the keyboard of the in
strument. These contact appara
tuses are worked by the motion of
the key, either by bringing together
two wires or metallic plates, or by
plunging one point into a jar of
mercury communicating with the
battery. The circuit is thus closed
for each of the wires only when the
key corresponding to it is lowered.
Patents, keep your word sacred
to your children; they will notice a
broken promise sooner than any one
else, and its effect will be as lasting
AH i p
One thousand emigrants a-month
are pouring into Oregon. j ,
Gilkxt, the pen-man, began life as
a scissors gri nder. " -»*'};■
Beet-root brandy is attracting at
tention in England.
St. Louis has forty-eight school
houses, valued at $1,730,000.
Illinois has newspapers called
Turkey Wing and QwVs Call.
The inventor of the metallic bag
gage-check made a fortune of $250,-
An enterprising daily paper in
Florida pays $1.25 a month for its
A postmaster by the name of
Goodale, when he is in a hurry,
signs himself XX.
One California grape grower has
a vineyard valued at $250,000. It
yields annually from $30,000 to 35,-
000 vyorth of grapes.
What does a giocei do with near
ly all histhings before he sells them ?
Gives them a weigh.
lowa stands at the foot of the list
of whisky manufacturing States,
having but one distillery.
There were manufactured in the
United States last year over half a
million sewing machines.
The Cincinnati Commercial has
about a column a day of betrothals,
elopements, marriages divorces and
The University of Kentucky has
purchased Ashland, the home of
Henry Clay, for ninety thousand
About one hundred passports a
day are issued from the State De
partment for Americans going to
A Chinaman, in London, owned
up to five hundred pipefuls of opi
When a pickpocket pulls at your
watch, tell him plainly that you have
no time to spare.
A Missouri panther, hunted down
by a brave party, proved to be a
large yellow dog which had got lost.
According to the articles of war,
it is sure death to stop a cannon-ball.
If you would lay in a supply of
old wine, be sure to make it out of
A railroad conductor being asked
why they locked the stove, replied
that it was “to prevent the fire from
going out.” He would be a firsts
class man for a New York murder
The King of Bavaria has had a
garden laid out on the top of the
palace at Munich. In the centre of
it is a lake, upon which swans are
Mr. Stewart’s new hotel for women,
at the corner of Fourth Avenue and
Thiny-second Street, New York, is
rapidly progressing toward comple
tion, Two million dollars have
been appropriated for it, and anoth
er million will be required to com
plete it. This is the largest sum ev
er given by any one man for any
one edifice for benevolent purposes.
The editor of a journal published
in Antwerp sent a reporter to Brus
sels for the King’s speech, and with
him a couple of carrier pigeons to
takn back the news speedily. At
Brussels he gave the pigeons in
charge to a waiter and called for
breakfast. He was kept waiting
some time, but a very delicate fri
cassee atoned for the delay. After
breakfast he paid his bill and called
for his carrier pigeons. “Pigeons!”
exclaimed the waiter; “why, you
have eaten them.”
Niagara is suffering from a cata
ract of brides. They are said to
arrive by the dozen every day, and
add no little to the natural attrac
tion of that watering place. Letter
writers are trying in vain to account
for the anomaly, but agree in as
signing it to one of two reasons.—
Either Fashion has dictated anew
necessity, or else the matrimonial
fever is raging without precedent.
They speak of the air of “newness”
worn by the cooing wanderers as
“rapurously bewitching.” Persons
contemplating a Northern trip will
doubtless note the information.
A story is going the rounds of the
press that an Alabama planter, sev
eral years ago, becoming satisfied
that the vitality of the cotton plant
was destroyed only by frost, tried an
experiment with a single plant.—
The second year he picked 800
pounds from it; last year it yielded
1,293 pounds of best cotton, and
now it is twenty-five feet high and
promises to yield not less than three
bales of the staple. There is noth
ing incredible about this, any more
than there i$ about the true and vo
racious history of Jack and the
The “Declaration of Independ
ence,” one of the finest specimens
of literary composition on record,
was written by Thomas Jefferson.
Immediately after writing it, that
original rebel went home and lar
rupped one of his niggers because
his bools had not been properly
' Ume Go4«Bd serve bitifc r;w 1 ..."
more“S^Sw!dbe n So«Swe e^
Keep good principles, and they
He who spends all his lime in
sports, is like one who wears noth
ing hut fringes, and eats nothing but
success-; - V s
Sin, all sio, is fruitless; it blos
soms fair but always deceives.
“What fruit held ye in those things'
whereof ye are now ashamed ?’*
The pebbles in our path weary us,
and make us foot sore, more than
the rocks, which only require a'bold
effort to surmount.
The road ambition travels is too
narrow for friendship, too crooked
for love, too rugged for honesty, and
too dark for conscience.
Any one can drift. But it takes
prayer, religious principle, earnest
ness of purpose, constant watching
to resist the evil of this world—4o
druggie.against the tide.
If you wish succcess in life, make
perseverance your bosom friend, ex
perience your elder brother, and
hope your guardian genius.
It is the great joy of the Gospel—
indeed, it is that which "makes it
Gospel, that it is for any and every
poor sinner who will believe.
Enjoy the blessings of this day, if
God sends them; and the evils bear
patiently and sweetly. For this day
only is ours; we are dead to yes
terday, and are not born to to-mor
Few parents like to be told of the
faults of a child. The reason is ob
vious. All faults are hereditary or
educational, and in either case to
point the finger at the child, is, indi
rectly to reprove the parent.
The approaches of sin are like the
conduct of Jael; it brings butler in
a lordly dish; it bids high for the
soul. But when it has been fascin
ated, and lulled the victim, the nail
and the hammer are behind.
You have only a day to spend up
on earth; act in such a way that you
may spend it in peace. Peace is
the fruit of love; for to live in peace,
it is necessary to put up with many
He that lives in perpetual suspi
cion, lives the life of a sentinel never
relieved, whose business it is to look
out for and expect an enemy, which
is an evil not very far short of per
ishing by him.
In the depths of the sea the waters
are still; the heaviest grief is that
borne in silence; the deepest love
flows through the eye and touch;
the purest joy is unspeakable; the
most impressive preacher at a fu
neral is the silent one whose lips are
A man who will stab at another’s
reputation, by insinuation or inuen
do, is far worse than a thief. Goods
you may replace, but character once
lost is all but irredeemable, and as a
great writer has said, a word is
enough to ruin a man.
True joy is a serene and somber
motion; and they are miserably de
ceived that take laughing for re
joicing; the seat of it is within, and
there is no cheerfulness like the res
olutions of a brave mind that has
fortune under its feet.
Let us accept different forms of
religion among men, as we acceDt
different languages, wherein there is
still but one human nature expressed.
Every genius has most power in his
own language, and every heart in its
It is not always in the most dis
tinguished exploits that men’s vir
tues or vices may be discerned ; but
frequently an action of small note, a
short saying or a jest, distinguishes
a person’s real character more than
fields of carnage, or the greatest bat
You cannot repent too soon.—
There is no day like to-day. Yes
terday is gone; to-morrow is God’s,
not your own. And think how sad
it will be to have your evidences to
seek, when your cause is to be tried;
to have your oii to buy, when you
should have it to burn.
A man who is allowed to grow up
with his mind entirely neglected,
has inflicted upon him a griev
ous wrong. He is cut off from
the sweetest and noblest sources of
happiness; and even if he is regard
ed simply as an agent for the pro
duction of wealth, he is made by ig
norance comparatively useless and
When Hannah Moore visited Mrs.
Garrick, after the death of her hus
band, and expressed surprise at her
great composure, the widow an
swered, “Groans and complaints
are very well for those who are to
mourn for a little while ; but a sor
row that is to last for life will be
neither violent nor romantic.
Life in itself is neither good nor
evil; it is the scene of good or evil,
as you make it; and if you have
lived a day, you have seen all; one
day is equal, and like to all other
days; there is no other light, no oth
er shade; this very sun, this moon,
these very stars, this very order and
revolution tit things is the same your
ancestors enjoyed, and that shall al
so entertain your posterity.
impertfnt gyxgiqio «**<JS***W&
ter the day theleVihoSd the stom
ach be loaded with either food or
drink. A little observation will
show the rate to be a good one'both
in respect of comfort and health.
Let any one who doubts ihia, try the
following experiments, each for the
six working days of a week of hot
1. Every other day eatlargely and
drink moderately, and on the alter
nate days eat and drink sparingly.
2. Every other day drink largely
and eat moderately, and on alter
nate days, as before; eat and drink
3. Every other day eat and drink
largely, and on the alternate days
do both sparingly. The result of
the experiments Will show that in
each case the alternate days when
the stomaeh is least burdened the
comfort is greatest, and the days
when the stomach is loaded with the
full meal and the largest amount of
drink, the greatest discomfort is ex
“But what shall be done to qnench
the thirst in the hot days?” Drink
only a Utile at a time. If the water
is cold a swallow or two will gener
ally prove sufficient. When the
sense of thirst returns take another
swallow, and so on. Bits of ice
kept in the mouth or chewed until
they melt are much better than co
pious draughts of water. When the
sensation of thirst is felt, delay
quenching it as long as may be con*
veniently done. Try all this and
test it for yourselves.
A Frbnch Dwarf.— Among the
exiles from France which the late
disastrous war has driven to our
shores, not the least remarkable is a
graceful little lady who is now hold
ing daily levees in the Burlington
Gallery. The Princess Felicie, as
her exhibitors have christened her,
is a genuine dwarf, a real living
Liliputain. She is, perhaps, the
smallest female yet exhibited in
London, one beside whom Miss Min
nie Warren would be almost a giant
ess. Like Miss Minnie, the Princess
Felicie, is the child of parents of the
ordinary statue, who have accom
panied her over to England from
her native Provence. She is now in
her ninth year, measures scarcely
nineteen inches in hight and weighs
just six pounds. She is of perfect
symmetry in limb aud feature, and
altogether a pleasing and gentle
child. The princess was presented
to, and most graciously noticed by
the Emperor and Impress of the
French a very short time before the
commencement of the war.—Lon
T3m fatal Honey-Order SyrUm.
The value of the money-order system
of the Post Office is becoming better ap
preciated as the facilities afforded by it
become better nnderatood by the people
of the country, and its growth has been
very rapid since its introduction. On
the 8h of November, 1864 the system
went into operation, and three cleiks in
the Sixth Auditor’s officers were assign
ed to duty in the money-order division,
to examine and audit the money-order
accounts of the Postmaster of offices
whioh have been designated money-or
der offices. Those three clerks, with
out little to do at the beginning, have
now increased to forty-seven, and an
additional number will soon have to be
put on, if the business increases in the
ratio of the past, which there is every
reason to anticipate will be the case.
The number of offices at first desig
nated as money-order offices waa 130 :
Now there are about 2,700.
During the fiscal year ending June
£O, 1870 there were 334,000,000 money
orders sold. Daring the fiscal year
just closed the amount will be shown to
have been in excess of fifty million dol
For the last two years, under arrange
ments with the government of Switzer
land, money orders have passed between
the two countries, and the system has
been found to work so admirably that an
agent of the Department has been Sent
to London to lay the subject before the
British government, and to invite it to
consider on additional article to the pos
tal treaty now existing between that
country and onr own.
Should the mission of this agent (Dr.
G. P. McDonald, chief of the money
order system,) to England be successful,
he will proceed to Germany and invite
the attention of that government to the
subject.— Washington Patriot.
Posture of the Head in Sleeping.
ft is often a question among peo
ple who are not acquainted with
anatomy and physiology, whether ly
ing with head exalted or on a level
with the body is the more unwhole
some. Most, consulting their own
case on this point, argue] in fa
vor of that which they prefer.
Now, although many delight in bol
stering up their heads at night, and
sleep soundly without injury, yet we
declare it to be a dangerous habit.
The vessels in which the blood pass
es from the heart to the bead are al
ways lessened in their cavities when
the bead is resting in bed higher
than the body; therefore, in all dis
eases attended with fever the bead
should be pretty nearly on a level
with the body; and people ought
to accustom themselves to sleep
thus and avoid danger.
Home $ Health.
An Indian in Oregon hanged him
self for love—that’s civilization,
wary Krises ”«>» «*• .G**** 5
ten of minuter* of aU denomination* wilt be
might in the literary department without
charge For circulars, Ac., addrea*
BtV- J. M. CALDWELL, Home, Georgia.
Agents WANTED for the a
XKANSMISSION OF LIFE.
Cornual* on and Hygiene of the
Masculine Function. By Dr, Napheys, au
thor-ef “The Fhyateal Life of Woman.’ 9 It
relate* te the male sexy J* fall of new feet*;
delicate but onUpoken; practical and popu
lar ; highly endorsed; sell* rapidly. Sold by
subscription only. Exclusive territory. Terms
liberal. Price f2. Address for contents, Ac.,
J. G- FERGUS A CO., Publishers, Phila
Bays and sells improved and unimproved
lends anywhere in the United State*. 75 4t.
riIHE FREAK COMPOSITION stom£;
JL For boose fronts, dock*, piers onlverts.
walls, fountains and sill bnitding purposes,
harder, more durable, and 100 per eent. cheap
er than natural stone. For supply of same,
or right of manufacture, for counties or States,
apply te OHAS. W. DARLING, Secretary
N. Y\ Frear Stone Co-, J,238 Broadway, N. Y.
18 GOOD FOB
Burns end Scalds, Rheumatism ,
Chilblains, Hemorrhoids or Pilot,
Sprains and Braises, Sore Hippies,
Chapped Hands, Caked Breasts,
Flesh Wounds, Fistula, Mange,
Frost Bites, Spavins, Sweeney,
External Poisons, Scratches, or Grease,
Sand Cracks, Btringkalt, Hind galls,
Galls of AU Kinds, Foundered Feet,
Sitfast, Ringtone, Cracked Heels,
PoU evil, Foot Rot in Sheep,
Bites of Animate Sfc., Reap in Poultry,
Toothache, ifc., I(C., Lame Back, tft.,
Large Size, $1,00; Medina, BOeq Small, 36c
Tbe Gargling Oil has been in use as a Lin
iment for thirty eight years. AU we ask is
a fair trial, but be sue and follow directions.
Ask yonr nearest druggist or dealer in
patent medicines, for one of our Almanacs
and Vade-Mecums, and read what tbe people
say about the Oil.
Tbe Gargling Oil is for sale by all respec
table dealers thronghont the United Slates
end other countries.
Onr testimonials date from 1833 to tbe
present, and are unsolicited. Use the Gar
gling OH, *nd tell your neighbors what good
it has dolre.
We deal fur and;liberal with all, and defy
contradiction. Write for au Almanac oi
Kam&ctnnd at Lockport, N, 7.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY,
JOHN HODGE, See’v.
Ensure an imcome —PermanentTeaay,
competent and without risk by an Agen
cy for onr Sewing Machines and other useful
inventions. Circulars free to respectable par
ties, male or female, everywhere. WM. W.
DANIELS A CO., Savannah, Georgia.
SCHOFIELD’S PATENT COTTON PRESS.
Is the simplest and best made. It will suit
you. Send for Circular and Prices to SCHO
FIELD’S Iron Works, Macon, Georgia.
„ Confederate Local Stamps.
GP A Four Dollars a piece paid for the local
stamps issued by the Confederate
Postmasters, excepting the New Orleans and
Memphis 2 and 5 cents, New York City.
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BV OF THIRTY DOLLARS PBS
WEEK AND EXPENSES, or allow a large
commission to sell onr new and wonderful in
ventions. Address M. WAGNER A CO.,
Marshall, Mich. . 75 4t.
dboo/rA MONTH. Horae and Oarriage furnish-
Expenses paid. H, Shaw, Alfred, Me.
A MILLION DOLLARS.
Shrewd but quiet men can make a fortune
by revealing the secret of the business to no
one. Address WM. WRAY, 688 Broadway,
New York. 75 4t.
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Assortment of Goods,
to be found in this Section of Coun*,
Which will be sold
LOW FOB CASH-
Ifjsmall Profits and Correct
Dealings are properly estimated,
This is the Place to Trade.
Liberal Prices Given for
COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, EGGS
AND POULTRY, &c. f & c .
Don’t forget to Call on
M. A. EVANS & CO*
n. May 5,1871. l 3m.
IN Middle and Southwestern Georgia for
Mortimer s ‘Acme Linen Marker,” and Card
Printer, a neat and ingenions little instrument
for marking all article* of wearing apparel,
and for the printing of Business Card* and
Envelopes neatly and quickly. Liberal terms
given to good canvassers. No hnmbng. Ad
dress with (tamp, H.W.J. HAM, 8
n May 19, 1871. Lonisvilte, Ga.
To Gin Owners!
Undersigned Repairs Cotton Gina at
n May 19, 1871
R. R. ft.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CI«M mb worst pains
Xr from ona to Twenty Minutes.
MOT ©HE HOUR
after reading this advertisement need any one
SOFTER WITH PAIN.
RMtw*y’s R««4r *«»ef »* • «we f«r every
’ > , rim. -
I*was Hie first and is
THE ONLY PAIN KEJHEDY
that instantly stepa the meat excruciating
pains, allays Inflimatioc, and cares Conges
tions, whether of the Langs, Stomach, Bow
els, or other glands or organa, by one appli
In from one to twenty minutes, no matter
how violent or excruciating the- pain the
Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, lufirm. Crippled,
Nervous,Neuralgic, or prostrated with dis
asm mat suffer.
BADWAV'B BRADY BELIEF
Will afford instant ease, Inflammation of
the kidneys. Inflammation of the bladder, In
flammation of the bowels, Congestion Os the
lungs, Bore throat, dificult breathing, Palpi
tation of the heart, hysterics, croup, diphtheria
catarrh, influenza, headache, toothache, neu
ralgia, rheumatism, cold chills, ague chills.
The application of the Ready Belief to the
part or parte where the pain or difficulty exists
will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water
will in a few moments enre Cramps, Spasms,
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache,
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the
Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway’s Ready Relief with them. A fen
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It is better than
French Brandy or Bitters a* a stimulant.
FEYBB AND AGEE.
Fever and Agne cored for fifty cents. There
is not a remedial agent in this World that will
core Fever and Agne, and all other Malarious,
Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and other
Fevers (aided by Sadway’s Pills) so quick ns
Radway’s Ready Relief. Fifty cents a bottle.
Strong and pnreifch blood—increase of flesh
and weight—clear skin and beautiful
complexion seonred to ail.
DR RAD WAY'S
Has made the most astonishing cores so quick
so rapid are the changes the body un
dergoes, under the influence of
this truly wonderful Medicine,
Every day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
MB SBB4T BXjOOB M* VltlFlßle
Every drop of the Sareaparilian Resolvent
communicates through the Blood, Sweat,
Urine, and other fluids and jnices of the sys
tem the vigor of life, for It repairs the wastes
of the body with new and Bond material. Scrof
ula, Syphilis, Consumption, Glandular dis
ease, Ulcers in the throat. Mouth, Tumors,
Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the
system, Sore Eyes, Strumorons discharges
from the Ears, and tbe worst forms of Skin
diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head,
Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. Acne,
Blade Spots. Worms in the Flesh, Tumors,
Cancers in tbe Womb, and all weakening and
painfnl discharges. Night Sweats, Loss of
Sperm and all wastes of the life principle,
are within the curative range of this wonder
of Modern Chemistry, ana a few days use
will prove to any person using it for either of
these forma of disease its potent power to
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by
the wastes and decompositions that is continu
ally progressing, succeeds in arresting these
wastes, and repairs the same with new mate
rial made from healthy blood—and this the
Sarsaparillian will and does secure—a cure is
certain; for when ones this remedy commen
ces its work of (purification, and succeeds in
diminishing the loss of wastes, its repairs will
be rapid, and every day the patient will feel
himself growing better and stronger, the food
and gesting better, appetite improving, aud flesh
and weight increasing.
Hot only dops the Sarsaparillian Resolvent
excels all known remedial agents in the cure
of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitutional, and
Skin diseases; but it is the only positive cure
for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary,
and Womb diseases, Gravel. Diabetes, Dropsy,
Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urine,
Bright’s Disease, Albuminuria, and in all ca
ses where there are brick-dn9t deposits, or the
water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances
like the white of an egg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark billious ap
pearance. and white bone-dust deposits, and
when there is a pricking, burning sensation
when passing water, and pain in the Small of
the Back and along the Loins.
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen. Radway’a Pills, for the cure of
all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous' Diseases, Head
ache, Constipation, Oostiveneas, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Biliiousness, Bilious Fever, In
flammation of the Bowels, Piles, and all De
rangement* of the Internal Viscera. War
ranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Veg
etable, containing no mercury, minerals, or
Observe* the following symptoms resulting
from Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
Blood in the Head, Acidity cf the .Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness
or Weight in the fltomache, Soar Eructations,
Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stom
a<*. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
A few doses of Radway’s Pills will free the
system from all the above named disorders.
Price, 25 cents per Box. Sold by Druggists.
Bead “False and True.” Send one letter
stamp to Rad way & Cos., No 87 Maiden Lane,
New York. Information worth thousands will
be sent yon.
r Jnly 4 1671. 2 61 y.
riIHE UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in
informing the citizens of Jefferson and
adjoining counties, that I have opened a
where work of all descriptions, both new and
repairing, will be done with neatness and dis
the celebrated ***”* manufacturer of
Ham Universal Plow,
a specimen of which may be seen at the shop
at all times.
Plows of all descriptions made and repaired
upon short notice. The celebrated
fhrmshed on demand. • vv*
SHOEING done in the neatest and
most substantial manner.
Ooflas rnrnisied at Short notice.
GIVE ME A CALL.
O. H. HARRELL, '
H»r s. 1871.