VOLUME II— NUMBER 48,
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY
TIHC CUM! S OUST. GLA..,
H. C. RONEY.
RATES OF ADVERTISING .
Trausient advertisements will be charged one
dollar per square for the first insertion, and seventy
five cents for each subsequent insertion.
DR. T. L. LALLRSTKDT
To the Citizens ol Thomson and Vicinity.
H. can be found at the Room over Costello's, when
col professionally absent.
Pro- J. A. Eve, Puo. Wm. 11. Doughty, Or
John S. Coleman, Dr. S C. Eve.
PAUL C- HUDSON,
Jttorntg at fab),
*sST Promx)t attention given to the collection of
i&T Will practice in all the courts of the Augus
ta, Middle and Northern Circuits.
Office. —At the Office formerly occupied l>y Jor
dan E. White, Esq. seplSmß
H. O HONEYS
Attorn n at lato,
THOJiSO V, «»/.
win practice in the Augusta, Northern and
CHARLES S- DuBOSE,
Wi’l practice in all the Courts of the Northern,
Augusta & Middle Circuits.
!HR«. W. ,11. TfiflOllAS,
W. H. HOWARD. 0. H. HOWARD, W. H. HOWARD, JR.
W H. Howard & Sons,
Milt b COMMISSIS3IUMTS,
No. 2 Warren Block,
«HT Commirtsion for Selling cotton One Dollar per
bale. Strict personal attention given to business
All orders strictly obeyed. Liberal (’ash Advan
ces made on Cotter*.
Special attention paid to Weighing of Cotton.
Ragging and Ties furnished at Lowest Market
Price*. eepll ts
WM. 8. ROBERTS. BICH’d B. MORRIS. JAS. A. SHIVERS
Roberts Morris & Shivers,
Ja. T. Gardiner & Cos.
Jtlclntonh Street .lutfitsin Ga,
Will give their personal attention to
the storage and sale of cotton, and such
other produce as may be sent to them.
Commission for selling cotton one dol
lar per Bale.
Cash Advances made on Produce
Sept, 4th 3m.
;$75 to $250 per month,
t everywhere, male or female, to introduce the
| Genuiue Improved Common Sen-e Family Sew-
Jing Machine. This machine will stitch, i.era,
.fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid embroider in
’»n a most superior manner Price only sls.
Fully licensed and warranted for five year°. We
will pay SI,OOO for any machine that will sew a
j stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam
th «n ours. It makes the “Elastic Lock .Stitch.”
I Every second stitch can be, cut, and still the
lyjlotb cannot he pulled apart with »ut tearing it.
[ We pay agents $75 to $250 per month and ex
' pense*, or a commission from which twice that
amount can be made. Addres SECO MB & CO.
Boston, Ma9s.; Pittsburg, Pa., Chicago, 111., or
St. Louis, Mo.
DflilHaPO I Send stamp for catalogue ou Build-
JjUllUvl b | ing. A. J, Bickuell & Cos.. 27 War
ea Street, N. Y,
$30.70 AgenN Profits per week
—will proye it or forfeit SSOO. New articles
patented July 18. Samples free to all. Address
W. H. CHIDESTEB, 267 Broadway, N. Y.
YOUNG MEN, Teachers, Ladies or Ministers !
Agents wauted in every County, for •* The Peo
ple's Standard Bible.” 550 illustrations Extra
terms. Prospectus free. Address Zegler & McCur
dy, 518 Arch St-, Phila., Pa.
AGENTS I Something New, 6 salable articles,
sell at fight. Catalogues and one
W'anteii. | sample free. N. Y. MTg Cos., 21
| CourtUndt St., N. Y. oct 30w4
D O TXT ’ T
Be deceived, but lor coughs, colds, sore throat
hoarsness and bronchial difficulties, use only
WELL ; C4MDLIS TABUS.
Worthies* imitations are on the market, but the
only scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid for
Lung diseases is when chemically combined with
i otner well known remedies, as in the>c tablets, and
all parties are cautioned against auy other.
In all cft3es of irritation of the mucus membrane
these tablets should be freely u.*ed, their cleansing
and htaiiug properties are astonishing.
Be warned, never neglect a cold, it is easily cured
in is incipient state, when it becomes chronic the
cure is exceedingly difficult, use Wells’ Carbolic
Tablets as a specific.
JOHN Q. KELLOG, 18 Platt St., New York,
j Sole Agent for the United States.
Price 25 cents a box. Send for Circular.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Agents wanted
to sell Protean Button Hole Cutter, 25cts.; But
ton Hole Worker, 50cts ; Needle Threading Thim
ble, 25'its*; Morocco Needle Book, 50cts., (6 large
&5 papers uniall Needles. sls per day sure; sam
ple frre to any one at above price, Thornton & Cos.
599 Broadway N. Y.
fPO THE WORKING CLASS male or female
_L S6O a week guaranteed. Kespectable employ
ment at home, day or evening ; no capital required ;
full instructions and valuable package of goods to start
with sent free by mail* Address, with 6 cent re
turn stamph M. YOUNG & CO., 10 Courtland: St.,
j New Yb T k.
AGENTS! A RARE CHANGE
We will pay all Agents S4O per week m cash,
who will engage with us at once. Every *hing furn
ished and expenses paid Aduress A. COULTER
& CO., Charlotte, Mich.
1 )S YCO MANGY, or SOUL CHARMING? How
J' either sex may fascinate and gain the love &
affections of any parson they choose instantly.
This simple mental acquirement all can possess,
free, l>y mail, for 25c. together with a marriage
guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
Wedding-Night Shut, Ac. A queer book. Address
T. WILLIAM A Cos. Pubs. Phila.
5506, New-York City.
GREAT OFFER / Horace Waters, 481
Broadway, N. Y, will dispose of 100 Pianos,
Melodeaiifl, and Organ*, of six fir.st-class makers,
including Waters’ at very low prices for cash, or
part cash, and balance in small monthly instalments.
New-7-octove first’cliSß Pianos, modern improve
merits, for $275 cash. Now ready a Concerto Par
lor Organ, the most beautiful style and perfect tone
ever made. Illustrated Catalogues mailed. Sheet
Agents wanted to canvass for the great combination
The Great Illustrated People's Weekly , the
best and cheapest paper published. Dio Lewis and
a Corps of most popular authors write exclusively
for it. We give a copy of the unparalleled cliromo,
Just so High,
to every subscriber. Agents take from twenty-five
to thirty names a day. No busiuens pays like this.
Se ;<J for terms, and secure territory lor this great
enterprise at once. MACLEAN, STODD aRT &
CO. Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa, or Cincinnati
Important t o Horse Owners \
Deodorizer and Disinfectant.
Has been used with great succe-s in Canada, De
troit, Buffalo, Rochester, and other places in the
For Sprinkling the Floors of Stables,
washing the Mangers, and decomposing the poison
ous exhalations from the manure and urine when
sprinkled with it,
For decomposing and destroying all
bad orders and Gases, as well as germs of disease
and septic particles iu the air—thrown off by the
For purifying the Air the animal
breathes by hanging cloths wet With it near his
head, so that he will not breathe over and over
again foul air.
To sponge and syringe the nostrils
and mouth, check the acrid poisonous discharges,
heal all ulcers and sores.
It prevents the spread of the disease
by completely cleansing the mouth and purifying
Horses like it while they turn away from the
smell of Carbolic Acid which is poisonous and ir
ritating to inflamed mucous surfaces-
Put up in Pint Bottees- Prepared only by
176 William St- New York-
UNSOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST.
Cheap Farms ! Free Hume* !
On the line of the Union Pacific Railroad.
12,000,000 acres of the best Farming and Mineral
Lands in America.
3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte Valley,
now for ‘•ale.
MEEO EEMMJMTE FEB TREE SOME
for Grain growing and Stock Raising unsurpassed by
auy iu the United States.
Cheaper in Price, more favorable terms given, and
more convenient to market than can be found else
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR ACTUAL SET
The best location for Colonies—Soldiers entitled
to a Homestead of 160 Acre*.
Send for the new Discriptive Pamphlet, with new
maps, published iu English, German. Sweedish and
Danish, mailed free everywhere.
Address O. F. DAVIS.
Land Uom’r U. P. R. R. Cos., Omaha, Neb. |
THOMSON, McDUFFIE COUNTY, GA., DECEMBER 4, 1872.
I SIMM ON si
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Murcury, or any injuri
ous mineral substance, hut is
l’uvey "Vegeta l) < .
For forty years it has proved its great value in all
diseases of the liver, bowels and kidneys. Thou
sands of the good and great in all parts of the country
vouch for its wonderful and peculiar power in puri
fying the blood, stimulating the torpid liver and how
eb, and imparting now life and Vigor to the whole
system. Simmons’ Liver Regulator is acknowledged
to have no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never united in
in the same happy proportion in any other prepara
tion, viz : a gentle Caiharfc, a wonderful Tunic,
au unexceptionable alterative and a certain correct
ive of all impuritios of the body. Such signal suc
cess has attended its use that it is now regarded as
Great Unfailing Specific
for liver complaint a,id the painful tf-onng thereof,
to wit: Dyspepsia, Cous ipation, Jaundice, Bil
ious attacks, Sick Headache, Colic, Depression of
Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn. &c., &c.
Regulate tlv Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVtR. SIMMONS’ LIVER
Is manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILIW & CO.,
Macon, Gu., and Philadelphia.
Prico $1 00 per package ; went b mail, postage
paid, $1.25. Prepared ready for uso iu bottles,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
s»saS“* Beware ofall Counterfeits and imitations.
DUTY OFF TEAS!
The trcaj American Tea <’«■
have business connections with all the principal
ports of China and Japan, and Import their Teas
direct from place of growth, thus saving the cus
tomer from sto 8 profits, It is now about 12
years since the Company was organized—and it
has been a splendid success from the very first.
This was due to the fact that we imported and
sold only the
BEST AND PUREST GOODS,
and distributed them to our customers in all parts
of the JTnintajl flutes, for one small profit only,
between the Tea-grower and tl'ie Tea-customer.
We originated the system of supplying consumers
in distant parts of the country with Teas, at New
York Cargo Prices, on the Club plan. And since
we adopted this plan we have saved the people of
this country millions of dollars annually, in the
cost of this article of everyday necessity.
Send for Club Circular, which contains full direc
tions, premiums. £:c.
The Great American Tea Cos
31 & S3 Vesey Street.
P- O. Box 5613, New York Cily.
Aseiils Wanted Everywhere
to sell the best low-priced Corn-Sheller ever pat
ented. Let farmers and everybody who lias corn
to shell send for circular to “FAMILY COItN
SHELLER CO., Harrisburg, Pa.
II BLOOD PURIFIER II
ilt is n. i i. physio which may i>ive temporal j relief
lei to the Suffere r for the first few doses, but wn.ch
from continued use brings Piles and kindred diseases
to aid in weakening the invalid, nor is it a doctored
liquor, which, under the popular name of “Bitters”
is so ex/ensivrly p dmed oft*on the public as sove
reign remedies but it is a most powerful Tonic and
alterative, pronounced so by leading medical au
thorities of Loudon and Paris, and has been long
used by the egular physicians of other countries
with wonderful remedial results,
I MS EXTRACT If JIIIM
retains all the Medicinal peculiar to the plant
and must be taken as a permanent curative agent.
Is there want of action in your Liver & Spleen ?
Unless relieved at <mce, the blood becomes impure
by dcletrious secretatious, producing scofulous or
skin diseases, blotches, feloin, pustules, canker,
pimples, &c., &c.
T ake Juruheba to cleanse, purif and restore the
vitiated blood to healthv action
Have you a Dy* ( >eptic Stomach/ Unless diges
tion is promptly aided the System is debilitated with
loss of vital force, poverty of the blood, Dropsical
Tendency, General Weakness or Lassitude.
Take it to assist Digestion without reaction, it will
impari youthful vigor to the weary sufferer.
Have you weakness of the /ntestines f You -re
in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or the dreadful In
flammation of th i Bowels.
T ke ii to allay irritation and ward oft’ tendency
Have you weakness of the Uterine < r Urinary Or
gans? You musl procure instant relief or you are
liable to suffering worse than death
Take it to strengths organic weakness or life be
comes a burden.
Fiually it should be frequently la en to keep the
system in perfect health 0r you are otherwise in
great and mger ot malarial, miasmatic or conta r eous
dI JOHN Q. KELLOGG, J 8 Platt St, N. Y.
sole Agent for the United States.
Price, One Dollar per Beetle. Send fonia
A FINE assortment of Ladies’ Cra
vats, Collars, Undersleeves, Rib
bons, Handkerchiefs, Trimmings, Edg
25 Dozen Ladies’, Misses and chil
dren’s shoes, made to order.
nov2ot-l R. 11. BUSII.
The Slarrluges of Groat Men.
Byron married Miss Milbank to get
money to pay his debts. It turned out
a bad shift.
Robert Burns married a farm girl
with whom he fell in love while they
worked together in the plow field. He
was irregular in his life, and committed
the most serious mistakes in conducting
his domestic ailuirs.
Milton married the daughter of a
country squire, but lived with her but
a short time. He was an austere, ex
acting and literary- recluse, while she
was a rosy, romping conntry lass, that
could not endure the restraint imposed
upon her, so they separated. Subse
quently, however, she returned, and
they lived tolerably happy.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
were cousins, about the only example
in the long line of English monarchs
wherein the marital vows were observed,
and sincere affection existed. *
Shakspeare loved and wedded a far
mers daughter. She was faithful to her
vows, but we could hardly say the same
of the great bard himself. Like most
of the great poets, he showed too little
discrimination in bestowing his affec
tions on the other sex.
Washington married a woman with
two children. It is enough to say that
she was worthy of him, and they lived
us married folks should—in perfect har
John Adams married the daughter of
a Presbyterian clergyman. Her father
objected on account of John’s being a
lawyer--he had a bad opinion of the
inaralsof the profession.
John Howard, the great philanthrop
ist,married his nuise. She was altogeth
er beneath him in social life and intellect
ual capacity and besides this, was fifty
two years old while he was but twenty
five. He would not take ‘no’ for an
answer, and they were married and liv
ed happily together until she died,
which occured two years afterward.
Peter the Great, o( Russia, marr ed a
peasant gad. She made an excellent
wife and sagacious Empress.
Humboldt married a poor girl be
cause he loved her. Os course they
it is not generally known that An
drew Jackson married a lady whose
husband was still living. She was an
uneducated but amiable woman, and
was most devotedly attached to the old
warrior and statesman.
John C. Calhoun married his cousin,
and their children, forunately. were
neither diseased nor idiotic, but they do
not evince the talent of the great ‘State
Edward Lytton Bulwer, the English
statesman and novelist, married a girl
much his inferior in position and got a
shrew for a wife. She is now insane.
Coincidences —The record of coin
eidences is now having a lively run.
A woman, writing to the Missouri
Republican calls attention to the fact
that the burning of Chicago and the
Michigan fires occurred on the sixth an
niversary of the burning of the Shenan
doah Valley by Sheridan with troops
mostly composed of Michigan and Illi
Sheridan laid waste that beautiful
district, so that ‘even a crow flying
over it would have to carry his rations
The burning of the Michigan towns
is said to have been terrible, and ‘the
flames seemed to leap from the sky as
if by magic, overtaking and destroying
peop'e and cattle by the roadside.’
The Boston fire began on the 10th of
November. On the 10th of November
General Sherman issued his order to
burn Rome and Atlanta. —Atlanta Con
Anew and well-executed counterfeit
of the SSO bill of the new issue of
greenbacks has been discovered lately
in circulation at the South by the gov
ernment officials, and it is supposed a
preconcerted movement lias been made
to scatter them broadcast over the coun
try, especially the South, where it is
supposed the majority of the people
are not familiar with the designs of the
A lawyer is something of a carpenter,
He can file a bill, split a hair, make an en
try .get up acase, frame an indictment, im
panel a jury, put them in a box, nail a
witness, hammer a judge, bore a court,
and other like things.
Robert E. Lee’s room at the Lexing
ton University is to be left ‘forever un
Advertising Rates. —The New York
Tribune, of the 11th, publishes a list
of the circulation of its weekly edition
by ritates and territories ma&ing it 170,
780. It is au appeal to advertisers.—
The Tribune’s price for advertising in
its weekly edition varies from five dol
lars to two dollars per line each publi
cation, while cuts and displayed adver
tisements are charged double. No ad
vertisement charged for less than two
lines. An advertising line makes the
space of about one-twelfth of an inch,
and, therefore, the charge for an inch
long, at the lowest rates, for one publi
cation, would be twenty-four dollars,
In the most conspicious place, it would
be sixty dollars, and in cuts or fancy
type it would be $l2O.
This seems a high price, but the
Tribune has no difficulty in procuring
it; and, mesured by the circulation
of that paper, the highest rates is
about seventy-five cents psr thousand
copies of the advertisement printed.—
The current rate with leading Georgia
papers of large circulation for contract
advertising will scarcely amount to ten
cents air inch per thousand copies print
ed, although, speaking relatively, it is
more valuable for local business purposes
—the circulation being local. There is
nothing, indeed, in the whole range of
trade so cheap as advertising.
If a man were to offer to print and
circulate daily a merchant’s card of
propositions to his customers at 10
cents per thousand copies, he would be
considered insane ; but this is more
than the Georgia newspapers of large
circulation generally charge, to regular
business advertisers. That is to say, (so
far as we are advised,) the best establish
ed and most popular newspapers in
Georgia do not get ten cents an inch, per
thousand copies printed, for current
mercantile advertising—and it is worth
about as much as that to talk the con
tents of au advertisement to a single
purchaser while by a sensible selection
of advertising organs, the merchant, if
be will, daily address the people of the
entire range of country trading with
him and carry his enterprise to new
fields, for an expense little exceeding
the cost of blank paper on which his
advertisement is printed.— Telegraph Sf
A Tale of Love. —One quiet day in
leafy June, when bees and birds were
all in tune, two lovers walked beneath
the moon. The night was fair, so was
the maid ; they walked and talked be
neath the shade, with none to harm or
Her name was Siland his was Jim,
and he was fat and she was slim ; he
took to her and she to him. Csays Jim
to Sal: “By all the snakes that squirm
among the brush and brakts, I love you
better n buckwheat cakes.”
Says she to Jim, since you’ve begun it,
and been and gone and done it. “I love
you next to anew bonnet.” Says Jim
to Sal, “My heart you’ve busted, but I
have always gals mistrusted.” Says Sal
to Jim, “I will be true, if you love me
as I love you, no knife can cut our love,
in two.” Says Jim to Sal : “Through
thick and thin, for your true lover count
me in, I’ll court no other gal agin.
Jim leaned to Sal: Sal leaned to Jim,
his nose just tou;hed above her chin,
four lips met—went—ahem—ahem !
And then—and then—and then and
then. Oh, gals ! beware of men in June,
and underneath the silvery moon, when
frogs and Junebugs are in tune, lest you
get your names in the paper soon.
Be Cheerful. —Look happy, if you
do not feel so. Present a cheerful ex
terior, though your heart and mind be
troi bled. Never wear a face which,
as Sidney Smith says, “is a breach of
peace.” Dr. Johnson used to observe
that the habit of looking at the best of
a thing was worth more to a man than
a thousand pounds a year, and Samuel
Smiles observes .-—We possess the pow
er to a great extent, of so exercising
the wdl as to direct the thoughts upon
objects calculated toyeild happines and
impiovement, rather than their oppo
sites. In this way, the habit of happy
thought may be made to spring up like
any other habit. And to bring up men
or women with a genuine nature of
this sort, a good temper and a happy
frame of mind is, perhaps, of even
more importance, in many cases, than
to perfect them in much knowledged
and many accomplisments.”
An Irish servant girl was requested
by a lady to go to one of our dry goods
| stores and obtain a bed comforter for
j her. About an hour afterwards she re
turned with one of the clerks.
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TERMS—TWO DOLLARS IN ADVANCE
BBEVI T I E S .
And now New York oont-s breathlessly to tho
front, with the mortal remains of an orphan rhi
iwrcerouv, killed by the Epizooty. Next.
Ole Bull, the fiddleiat, is to be in Savanna'll Fri
day and Saturday next.
The Wauhoo has turned liorse-dootor. Cures
Fpizoot with liberal doses of sugar-cane.
Milledgevilie was visited with a di-nslerous fire
Thursday las’. The Ho’e! and several stores and
dwe!iiigs burnt. Loss sloo,ooo* Several persons
perished in the flames.
The 1 niliolmeiu against Wm. M. Tweed contains
The Presbyterian Synod of Georgia convened in
Albany on the 15ih Nov.
Monday, 18th instant, two men, a while and’a
black were buried by a falling wall at Emory Col
A terrible storm has visited the North of Europe,
destroying many villages and towns. Many lives
lost and vessels wrecked.
In May, 1871, Miss Sarah Rehards, aud old
ma and, was murdered and robbed and her house burnt
over her, near Greensbor ■. Last week bar watch,
which was biought in for repairs, lead to the arrest
of her supposed murderers.
Tho Savannah Mirror says that the ord re on the
Colt Manufacturing Company have iuereaeed since
the horse malady appeared.
The Grand Duke Alexis is to attend the great
Centennial in 1876.
The Washington Gazette raises the name of Mr.
Stephens for U. S. Senator,
Athena rojoioes at the unexampled quantities of
cotton brought to Uiat market. The Southern
Watchman says grace over a prescat of sausage
meat, and announoes
Blaok fish, fresh aud nice,
Just from Charleston, packed in ice.
There are 25.000 horses sneezing with the Epi
zooty in Chicago. Bully lor Episooty.
An enterprising Yank has got up a panorama of
It has cost the Government over $5,000 to prose
cute Georgians under the Enforcement Act, and
not a single true bill has been found.
A two feet snow in the Northern Slates last we ki
In Columbia, Tenuessoe, pork is worth five cents
Savaunah is going lo gold-laoe the left eeat-sleve
of her Police as a mark of honorable distinction.
iloyt, the State Road robber, convicted at the
last Fulton Super olr Court, has been refused a
Macon is exercised over her approaching Mayor’s
election. N. D. .Sneed, (eolo ed) rises and saya,
‘‘Hooray, for Huff!”
There are tw-nty four ootton mills in this State,
in full operation, aud several others being erected.
The reports to the effeot that Mr. Greeley’s mind
is affected are contradicted by hisfiieiids ; but those
in his ci ufideoce admit that his chances for tho
Presidency are slim.
The Warronton Clipper says that the jail at that
place was opened with a false key, on the night of
the 20th inst., and two negroes made their escape.
Wonder if they are the blackbirds sent there from
this place for pulling oom in MoDuffie.
Nine couples, all white, got married in Savan
nah, last Thursday night week A good place for
a shoolmaster to locate in a few years.
Abbeville, S. C., has been almost destroyed by
The South Carolinian calls the new home dis
ease, “Epihippic.” Wonder where that word came
In Topeka, Kansas, last week, a Dr. Ashman
shot and killed his wife, and chopped off her
breast trying to cut hor heart out. It took ten
men to carry him to jail. They ought to have
elevated him to the top of the first lamp post, and
left him there with a hemp attachment.
In Savannah, a little girl six yearn old has died
with the Epizooty.
Mm. ltacUel Audnal, West Va., is 88 years old,
has 14 children; 99 grand children; 223 great
and great-great grand children. Total, 330, with
two States to hear from.
Milledgeville is crowing over a pumpkin 5 feet,
7 inches in circumferenoe, and weighing 180 lbs.
Large numbers of negroes are emigrating to Li
beria from Baldwin and other counties of Georgia,
under the anspicies of the American Disinfectant
The glare of the Boston flames was seen sixty
George Dunsmore, formerly a member of a
Tennessee Confederate regiment, was found dead
in his bed reoently, in Munroe county.
Gen. G. J. Wright will contest the election of
Whi'ley in the second Congressional District.
Rev. Gilbert Robertson, D. D., pastor of one of
the largest Presbyterian Ohnrohes in Louisville,
Ky., has plead guilty to the oharge of lewdnesa,
drunkness and falseeood.
On the 13th inst., Miss Annie M. Winter, of
Augusta, was married to Lord George M. Gordon,
A courageous colored boy, at the risk of kis life,
saved a train on the Atlantio A Gulf R. 8., re
cently, from a dreadful disaster. The passengers
presented him a purse well filled.
The Talbotton Weekly American has these items :
Fulton county is pawing np quite a dust over a
calf, which at the tender and juicy age of seven
and a half months, weighed two hundred and fifty
The Fort Valloy Mirror wants to know what is
the oldest woman’s club. The oldest woman has
no club—in fact, there is no such institution as the