Macon gailn Enterprise.
Lines, Wino & Smith, Proprietors,
BY K. A. B. /
Oik* little gray bird and a sunbeam
Rocked on a leafless spray;
The winds piped eerily up and down,
And it was the break o’ day;
And out of my narrow window
I looked with a hopeless sigh,
“ < Mi, wide is the world and desolate.
And the heavens are far and high !”
The gray bird twittered and chirped and sang,
Keeping her small heart warm,
While wild and shrill the wind over hill
Went whistling up the storm ;
And ever the landscape darkened
As the wan cloud skurried past,
Slipping the silver leash of the rain,
At the shout of the summoning blast.
The Morning hid her haggard fata*
Low under an ashen hood,
And the little gray bird with a frightened cry,
Fled into the tossing wood ;
Rut the sunbeam clung like a tender hand
That is loth to lose its hold,
When fate o’erslmdows some well beloved,
And the summer is sere and old.
And clinging fast in gloom and blast,
The glory grew and grew,
Till the gaunt tree flashed in a robe of gold,
And the Morn laughed out anew :
And a glad thought brightened the weary face
Rehind the lattice pane—
From th sunbeam’s lesson a doubting heart
Drew courage and hope again.
For the Enterprise.]
The future becomes the present, aud
the future aud the present become the
past, and in the embrace of the past are to
be seen the pleasures and joys as well
as base depravity, varied distress, pun
gent sorrow, painful grief, harrassing un
certainty, grevions misfortune aud tortu
ous anguish. An individual's as well as a
nation's prosper'*" of to-day, may to-mor
row be their degradation. Yesterday’s
glory and grandeur of France is but the
humiliation and degradation of France to
day. Turn over the pages of the past,
place tire pleasures and joys on one side
and the griefs and sorrows of life on tire
other, then strike a balance and see the
product. Truth and facts will decide
the preponderance largely to be on the
side of grief, sorrow, pain, misery, an
guish and disease. “ Ah, but,” says one,
there is the love requited,” the friend
ship true, confidence not misplaced, honor
not violated, and devotion to virtue. They
only lie here aud there, along the pathway
of the past, while each side of the road is
strewa with pictures of ouecess in unarm
ing, honor in rags, friendship blasted, love
unrequited, confidence wrecked, virtue in
disgrace, and merit in sack-cloth. The
past is a vessel loaded with hopes and
fears, wrecked upon the reefs of disappoint
ment. On that vessel is to be seen the
skeleton of love, the carcass of friendship,
and defeated enterprise, a confused mass.
It is there that broken vows are to be
seen, friendship’s betrayals, trust dis
honored, love spurned, honor soiled,
virtue a beggar, and beauty a tiling of
desire and lust. It is there the betrayer
and betrayed are seen, the deceiver and
deceived, the seducer and seduced, the
fiatterer and the flattered, the murderer
and the murdered, the robber and the
robbed, the swindler and the swindled, the
slanderer and the slandered, the liar and
belied, the truducer and the traduced’ aud
the basest of all, the dark creeping insiu
uator, a tiling often wearing the mantle of
Jove and friendship, but the more surely
to do its horrible work. Oh, how low,
how base, liow excruciating is an evil
insinuation. It often throws the pall
of doubt over the purests and most
spotless character, and leaves its trace of
vile venom on beauty aud purity, as leaves
the carriage wheel its cut through the fal
len and trackless snow. Aud last is envy,
in its stalwart aud merciless proportions,
feeding on the carcass of its own vile cre
ation. Truth gazes in wonder on the
spectacle, while fact palsies thought, and
the mind clothes itself in gloomy fore
bodings, as it looks on the heinous pano
rama. The past is dreary and full of
gloom, and the present is full of crime and
misery. What the future may carry, what
the future may bring in her bosom, is only
known to the great I Am.
The International Yacht Race.
IIOW TIIE SAPPHO OUTSTRIPPED ALL THE
VESSELS ENTERED FOR THE CONTEST.
Correspondence of the London Standard.]
]t was in anticipation of a most interest
ing match that I started for Havre on
Wednesday night to take part in the Inter
national liace, which laid been fixed for
the next day. The entries included the
Guinevere, fastest and largest of English
racing yachts ; the Livonia, fresh from re
cent alteration, and with increased sail
power ; and last, but not least, the Kriem
itilds, Count Batthyany’s latest addition to
our racing fleet, with which so briet an
existence has already been able to make a
name for herself. The most noticeable
feature iu this regatta, and oue which
made it especially interesting, was the
presence of the American schooner, Sap
pho. Mr. Douglas, her owner, having en
tered especially in order to sail against the
Guinevere, which from her size and speedy
qualities, may fairly he considered the
Queen of English racing vessels. It may,
therefore, he very readily conceived how
disappointed we all were not to find her
lying at anchor in the bay when we steam
ed iu at 11 o’clock on Thursday morning.
The owner of the Sappho had gone to
some considerable expense and trouble to
prepare his vessel for this encounter, and
there is no conceivable reason why Mr.
Thellussou should not have brought his
vessel to the post unless it was from the
fear of being beaten by the American. —
The Guinevere is n professed racer, and
her owner has an exceedingly good opin
ion of her qualities, which he does not hes
itate to avow. The yachting fraternity as
sembled at Havre were, therefore, im
mensely disgusted that she did not keep
her engagement and come over to try con
clusions with the big Yankee.
At 1 o'clock, witii much gestulation
and a deal of shouting by those on board,
the tug-boat commenced to tow tlio vessels
into their stations, and by half-past three
we were all prepared to start. Tlio Sap
pho, witii lier racing flag forward, and the
Stars and Stripes Haunting out at her peak,
had takeu up her station, but just five
minutes before the sigual to start was
made hauled down her racing Hag, and
stood in toward the harbor. It is need
less to say that the Societe des Regattcs
were anything but pleased at this change
of mind on the part of Mr. ITouglas at the
last moment. At the time we were all
disappointed, but the exhibition she made
of us all a little later led us to congratu
late ourselves that she had thus throwu
away £IOO, or rather made it a present lo
another vessel. It was near 4 o'clock before
before we hove up our anchors and away
with a nice topsail breeze, two or three
points free, for our destination, a mark
bout anchored live miles oft Saint Yaast
la Ilogue, some 51 miles distant as the
crow flies. The lona got the best of the
start, and reached away in grand style,
the Livonia, taking a longer time to get
under weigh, following soon after; the
Kriemhilda, having the leeward station,
being almost the last off. The Minotaur,
formerly the Extravaganza, with a large
spread of canvass for her size, did re
markably well, aud was sailed throughout
in the most plucky and determined man
As we left the land the wind came
further aft, and spinnakers aud squaresails
were hoisted. The leading vessels were
the Livonia, to windward. lona next, and
Kriemhilda to leeward ; these three mak
ing a neck-and-neck race of it for twenty
miles or more, the schooner having some
what the best of it, as she naturally should
under the circumstances. Some time af
ter starting, the Sappho was descried
coming out after us under a cloud of can
vas, her balloon staysail alone containing
as much canvas as an ordinary vessel’s
staysail and jib together. Throwing the
water very cleanly off her bows and sides,
she came tearing along, running through
the lee of the Kriemhilda, and although
the latter was reaching very fast, she
passed her as if she had been at anchor.
Luffing up across the cutter’s bows, she
sped away after the Livonia, now some
distance ahead and to windward, and dis
posed of her in equally as easy a manner.
She then hauled her wind up across the
Livonia’s bows, and returned to Havre ap
parently quite satisfied at thus demonstra
ting that had she chosen to start the other
vessels might, ns far as iheir chance was
concerned, have lowered their sails down
and brought up. It was the most wonder
ful sight I ever saw, but it must be re
membered that this was the Sappho's best
point of sailing, and there is probably no
vessel in the world that can approach her
off the wind, though I believe there are
several English yachts that could make as
great an exhibition of her close-hauled.
Prof. Hermann of the University of
Zuricli is a very unreasonable person. In
giving a diploma to an English women
who bad passed an unusually excellent
examination in medical science, lie lec
tured her in a manner better fitting an
irascible grandmother than a grave Herr
Professor. His statement that ‘ lady doc
tors have yet to prove that their science
is of some use to society,” and that the
large number of feminine medical students
“fills his mind with apprehensions,” are
absurd. This lack of gallantry is of no
consequence, for when a woman chooses
a special work she does not want compli
ments or favor—nothing but a just and
quiet recognition of her modest and sin
gle-minded efforts to gain a thorough
knowledge of that work. When she does
gain that knowledge, and is as well pre
pared to use it as any masculine graduate,
it is little less tkaa an insult to doubt at
the outset her ability to practice. It is
time enough to scold when she fails. As
to the use to society of lady doctors, the
Professor might remember that there is
rarely a supply of anything for which
there is not a demand.
Miss Kale Field, writing for the Ameri
can Register in Paris, records a bit of
American experience abroad, as follows
‘ Speak English upon entering a shop on
the continent and prices arc increased
mie-third. Let it be known that you are
American and they are doubled. Not
long since I priced a trinket, and, speak
ing French, was supposed by the illiterate
shopkeeper to be a European. Returning
the next day with the determination of
purchasing the bauble on account of its
cheapness, I found a Frenchman exam
ining it, evidently with intent to buy.
Observing that I was about to withdraw,
the Frenchman raised his hat, and mak
ing a profound bow, declared that he
did not intend to purchase ; adding:
I Madame est Americaine. C'est le pays
des richesses et des jolies femmes ; after
which genteel impertinence ho retired,
and the shopkeeper, forgetting that he hud
seen me before, doubled the price of the
Macon and Brunswick Railroad Office, i
Macon, Ga., July 25th, 1872. )
UNTIL further notice, from and after August
Ist, 1872. return tickets from Macon to
Savannah will be sold at one fare by this Com
pany. (90tf) E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
ICE one cent a pound as usual. No rise in
price now or hereafter.
W. T. CARLOS,
Wholesale nn<l Itefail Grocer,
ICII, FRUITS, FISH, ETC.,
Mulberry Street, opposite Lanier House,
OS-tf Macon, Ga.
MACON, GA., THURSDAY, AUGUST! . 1872.
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K. W. JF.MISON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KO SECOND STREET, MACON, HEOR
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JAJF.S U. BLOUNT. ISAAC UAHDKMAN.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry
11. 11. HARHIAX,
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RALSTON HALL BUILDING, ENTRANCE 3D STREET
WILL practice in the Courts of the Maeon
Circuit. Prompt attention given to the
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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C. B. WOOTEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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OFFICE 88 WASHINGTON BI.OCK,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER
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* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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by special contract.
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lIUDUR & SON, Proprietor.
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_L who wish to visit the fur-famed Indian
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Children and servants half price.
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eitv. 52 tf
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IjURDICK BROTHERS, Third Btmet, be
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V . street. tf
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C, F.O. PAYNE, opposite Palace of Justice,
I Macon, Ga. 50-70
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. Second-street. tf
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. Avenue. tf
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* Sew Ins Machine*.
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• block, up stairs. tf
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ll BLOOD PURIFIER 1
It is not a physic which may givo temporary
relief to theßullerer for the first few doses, but
which, from continued use brings Piles and
kindred diseases to aid in weakening the inval
id, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under
the popular name of “Bitters” is so extensively
palmed otfon the public as soveregn remedies,
hut itis a most pon erliil lonic and
alt era five, pronounced so by the leading
medical authorities of London and Paris, and
has been long used by the regular physicians
of other countries with wonderful remedial re
Dr. Well’s Eslrac! of JmMa,
retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the
plant and must be taken as a permanent cura
1m their want of action in your
Ijiver and Spleen? Unless relieved at
once, the blood becomes impure by deleterious
secretions, producing scrofulous or skin dis
ease, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pim
ples, Ac., Ac.
Take J uruheha, to cleanse, purify and
restore the vitiated blood to healthy action.
Have you ai Vyspeptie Mtoniach ?
Unless digestion is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with loss of vital force, poverty of
the Blood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weak
ness or Lassitude.
Take it to assist Digestion without, reaction,
it will impart youthful vigor to the weary suf
Have you Weakness oftlie I Ki
tes! ine* ? You are In danger of Chronic
Diarrhoea or the dreadful inflammation of the
Take to allay irritation and ward off tenden
cy to inflammations.
Have you weaknegH of the IJ
terine or Urinary OrganN? You
must procure instant relief or you are liable to
suffering worse than death.
Take it to strengthen organic weakness or
life becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
the system in perfect health or you arc other
wise in great danger of malarial, miasmatic or
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
18 Platt SU, New York,
Sole Agent for the United States.
Price One Dollar per bottle. Send for Circular.
The next Annuul Session of this Institution will
begin Oct. Ist, 1872, and continue five months.
The Clinical advantages of the School are un
surpassed. including Dissection A Hos
pital Tickets, HjiGft.
For CATALOGUES containing full particu
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Dean. Baltimore, Md. 90-115
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A SPLENDID IRON AXLE TWO HOUSE
WAGON, nearly new, with an excellent
well ironed body, to sell VERY LOW for cash.
It is in good repair.
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to Mr. D. I). Traev’s store, on Oglethorpe St.
73-77eod J AS. P. STMS.
W. Watkin Hicks, Editor,
LAWTON & BATES,
(Nr\t door ta I .awl.m & Willingham’* Wwt*
RE PREPARED to furulili the trade with
SYRUP and MOEASSES,
and every urticlo in the heavy grocery line, at
the lowest prices. Having bad several yean
experience in the Western Marketa, we fed
confident that we have and command evory ad
vantage offered by the great grain and groccrv
marts of the north-west.
We are running the Eagle Flouring Milla,
and after having thoroughly refitted and re
paired them, are prepared to sell the beat grades
of Flour, every sack of wbich we guarantee,
at lower prices than they can be purchased in
the State We ask only a trial. 33-110
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WINDHAM & CO.,
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IMINTI.NO OF EVERY DEM.
4KIFTION, FROM THE
SMALLEST NION TO
ALL work entrusted to our care executed In
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Ail we ask is a trial, and will endeavor to
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T,o ba ve in •
merit than any
tion ever offered to
It is rich in the medicinal qual
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Coughs, Colds, Chronic Coughs,
It effectually cures them all.
Asthma and Bronchitis.
Has cured so many cases
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For pains in Breast Side or Back
Gravog or Kidney Disease,
Diseases of the Erinary Organs,
Jaundice or any Liver Complain
It has no equal.
It is also a superior Tonic.
Restores the Appetite,
Strengthens the System,
Restores the Weak and
Causes the Food to?Dig*st,
Removes Dyspepsia and
Prevents Malarious Fevers,
Gives tone to your System.
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j For Scrofula, Serefu-
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