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“Wyol: MAYOR OF MACON,
HON. W. A. HUFF.
tUgREAT AMERICAN GEYSERS
ADTBN I CRES OK THE HAYDEN EXPLOR
, IKG EXPEDITION —WONDERFUL St’RINOS
(Correspondence of the N. Y. Evening-Post.J
Camp U. S. Geological Survey, I
Snake Kiver Valley, Oct. 1, 1872. $
As you approach the Geysers, the col
umns of steam rising and curling in the
blue sky give the appearance of a large
manufacturing town with its smoky clouds
sent tip from the bu.-q mills i his applies
more particularly h* the lower basin,
which is about five miles long by. two
wide. The springs arise along the course
of the river and flow into it . the edges
are most beautifully encrusted with the
deposits of silica contained in the waters.
'Phis assumes various forms.' some reseui
bliugthe finest bead-work; others more like
scalloping. The temperatures vary between
145 degrees Fahrenheit to ib(i degrees,
the latter being above boiling point at the
altitude of the valley. The waters are
charg 1 with the sulphur also, which,
with the high temperature, makes the
springs excellent for washing purposes ;
and the boys were not slow in renovating
their soiled wardrobes —but, alas ! often
at great expense. One rash youth, en
trusting his trousers nicely ‘‘foxed," with
drew- them shrunk to almost nothing by
the contracting of the "buckskin.” An
othef saw his ‘‘mackinaw blankets sink
into the bottomless chaldron never to rise
again. A third, profiling by his experi
ence, tied his articles with a string before
entrusting them to the cleaning process,
but the placed spring proving to be a Gey
ser, imagine his consternation at seeing
them suddenly thrown high above and
then disappear from his vision forever.
MARVELOUS SPRINGS AND ‘‘BPOUTERS.
On September 1, we took up the line of
march for the upper valley, where the
largest springs are located, among which
also the thundering Geysers throw their
boiling jets. This was a journey of con
siderable danger, and beset with diflicul
ties. Deep was the track left as our heav
ily-laden animals struggled through the
, silicious deposit, not yet hardened by at
mospheric exposure, and many a thrill
shot through us as the resounding footstep
told of the thin crust over which we
Sometimes crossed. One spring we passed
was of such dimensions that wc named it
the “Boiling Lake," being several hundred
yards in diameter.
Our approach to the “Spoolers" was
signalled by a rumbling sound fairly shak
ing the ground, and then appeared a col
umn of water shooting perpendicularly
Into the air one hundred and fifty feet,
when, bursting into spray, it fell in show
ers of beautiful drops sparkling under the
sun and refracting a most splendid "bow."
At this marvelous sight a shout of enthu
siasm burst from the line. This, the first
to be seen, proved itself our favorite, and
from the regularity of its eruptions, vary
ing hue little from the hour, was named
“ Old Faithful.”
The description of one Geyser, ns a
mere phenomenon, answers for all, but
the formations of their craters, the peri
ods of shooting, and force of action are of
endless variety. The temperature of all
the Geysers is above boiling point, but
some emit more steam than water. This
is particularly the case with the one nam
ed “Castle”-from the curious piling of
the silicious deposit, resembling a ruin—
which, exhausting the water in a few
minutes, sends forth steam with a force
resembling a boiler blowing off steam, and
that too, for a period of fifteen minutes,
providing how great must be the heat be
low to generate as great a quantity of this
powerful vapor. ,
The most astonishing of all is perhaps
the “Bee hive,” for, raising its modest lit
tle cone but three feet above the surface
and having an orifice of only twenty-four
inches, it suddenly threw a stream two
hundred and twenty feet staight into the
air, by triangular'measurement, and this
eontV't'cd for eighteen minutes. The
"Giant ” and “Giantess ” were so-called on
account of their large craters and great
lorce, but possessed no further individuali
-1 ty. The most fantastic was the “Grotto,”
particularly while in action, shooting from
its manyorillces streams of spray rather
than water in all directions, and fully as
dangerous to its ardent admirers as the fa
mous “Grotto ” in the Pallavasiui garden
at Genoa, where many as unsuspecting
stroller has caught a ducking. Many
were the pranks played upon our
party by these the natural wonders of our
National park, and many the narrow es
capes from their erratic and untimely ac
We hate estimated that there are at least
five thousand springs and geysers within
the reservation set apart by eongress as a
place of recreation and resort for our peo
ple. To describe or even enumerate them
would take volumes, so a mention of the
monarch of all, the Grand Geyser, must
close the list. This, unlike the other
springs, raises no crater to announce its
presence, but with a simple orifice, eveu
with thesurface, resembles an ordinaryhot
spring with its gentle flow. No bubbling
or hissing disturbs its waters, land one ga
zing on its surface would never suspect
the power that was temporarily slumber
ing tielow This, to, only shoots at the
long interval of thirlysix hours but a grand
imposing sight reward one for the wait
ing A terrible rumbling, a trembling of
the ground announces tbe monarch of all
is about to speak, and a steaming column
ten feet in diameter is seut forth with a
power that lifts it two hundred feet above
us. when it falls with a thud-like sound to
¥ Such are the "Geysers'' of America,
excelling in number and surpassing in
b auty and force both those of Iceland
: and Spitzbergen. It was with deep re
gret that we rose over the divide that hid
I them from our sight. The time was not
: alone spen tln examining their action; their
! topography, that is, their relative posi
| lions, were carefully taken, specimens of
silica were gathered and preserved for
packing from their beautiful margins col
lections ef the flora both in and around
their waters were secured, all of which
will add to the development of the exist
ing theories of these great phenomena of
nature. These will he deposited itt the
Smithsonian institution and other muse
ums of our country, where the scientists
j of our own and other countries can have
full access to their examination. Thus
wo feel that our great fortune in visiting
this “wonder land" will he of benefit to
others as well as ourselves.
rito.w am.tiif woislik
Convention of t’nirinse Builil
New York, November 20.—A conven
lion of carriage builders is in session in
this city, and nearly every State is repre
sented. It appointed an executive* com
mittee to consider the best means of adjust
ing the interests common to employer and
Huiivy .1 iKl^ilient.
l.irrj.t. if ol a. November 20. \Y. 15.
Greeulay obtained 11 judgment in the Fed
eral Court to-day against the Memphis and
Little Rock Railroad for *150,000, for
work done on the road.
Amitlier Heavy .Imljimrsit
New York, November 20.—Messrs.-
Land) & Kastman, ou yesterday, obtained
a verdict against the Camden and Amboy
Railroad for $114,235. with interest,-for
the loss of 1 37 hales of cotton burned on
the dock of said company in 1861.
Tlm- Vri/.wiia lletiril From.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Company
announces that a dispatch has just been
received by them, statiug that the steam
ship Arizona was spoken on the 14th iu
stant, oil' Manzanilla, on the coast of
Mexico, with tier piston broken. The
Arizona was in tow of the Constitution
bound for San Francisco. Her passengers
had been transferred to the Constitution.
Louisville, November 20. —Kentucky
gave nearly 7,000 majority for Greeley.
O'Conor gets 2,200 votes. The Congres
sional delagation is entirely Democratic.
San Fbancisco, November 20.—Grant's
majority is over 11,000.
One hundred and twenty cargoes of
wheat have been sent to England since
Fire in Williamsburg.
New YoitKfNovember 20. —Schmidt &
Co.’s malt house at Williamsburg is burn
ed, with 50,000 bushels of malt.
Senator Iflair Sick.
St. Louis, November 20. —Senator Blair
had a slight paralysis in his right side.
The physicians say his arm will soon be
The London Foliee BiDiftlllics.
London, November 20. —The poliee
situation is unchanged. A mass meeting
in Hyde Park will be held ou Sunday
night to discuss what course shall be pur
Chattanooga. November 20.—The
horse malady is here.
Topeka, K#., November 20. —William
P. Koss has been elected chief of the Cher
okee, vice Downing deceased.
New Yokk, November 20. —Arrived,
Moravian, Zodiac, San Salvado, Manhat
tan, Cimbria. Arrived out. Deutsch
Washington, November 20. —Thomas
Furrnau lias been appointed postmaster, at
Our minister to Mexico, Mr. Nelson,
had a long iterview with President Grant,
this afternoon, relative to the condition of
affairs in that country. He speaks in terms
of praise of the new president of that re
public, and particularly of bis intelligence
and desire to preserve and stengtheu the
freindship now existing between liis own
and the United States.
There seems to be no obstacle in tlie
way of concluding anew Convention ex
tending the time for disposing of the re
maining claims before the United States
and Mexican mixed Commission, which,
by limitation, willcxpire under the pres
ent convention in February next It is
itated that the Mexican President is
anxious for such extension and will ap
point an agent in good faith to carry out
the design of the Commission, in place of
Sir, Guez.man, by whose action the pro
ceedings were some weeks ago interrupt
ed. Preliminary staps have been taken
for anew convention.
The Alabama l.egislaliire.
Montgomery, Nov. 20.— The Conserv
atives, who hold their sessions at the Cap
itol, have a quorum, and have fully or
ganized both Houses. The Governor re
plies to the committee informing him that
they were ready for business, that lie
would send his message to-morrow. Re
plying to a committee from the other body,
the Governor, after an .elaborate argument,
concludes : “Abstaining from further mul
tiplying reasons, for my conclusions, per
mit me to say that my official oath, fidelity
to the Constitution and laws forbid my re
cognition of any body as the General As
sembly of Alabama other than that which
organizes under the forms of the Constitu
tion and the laws, and in the Capitol of
the Slate. The body which constituted
you the committee I do not recognize as
the General Assembly', and therefore have
no official communication to transmit to
The Vote ill South Carolina.
Columbia, November 20.—The total
vote was 95,000. Grant's majority is 49,-
The Horse .Huliidy in *avuii
Savannah, November 20.— Sergeant
Robert E. Carr, of the first regiment of
artillery, who shot a soldier lust July, was
acquitted to day in the United States
The Fair of the Agricultural and -Me
chanical Association of Georgia, which
was to have been held in this city on the
2d of December, has been postponed to
December 30th, owing to the horse dis
ease. A large number of horses are af
fected and preparations are completed to
run locomotives on the street railroad to
transport cotton and merchandise.
Another Fire in Boston.
Boston, November 20.—A fire bur t
out at Rand & Avery's printing house at
the foot of Washington street to-day.
Later. —The fire is confined to the
New York, November 30.—The fire
in Jersey city was not the Erie Depot, but
MACON, GA.. TIIU USD AY, NOVEMBER 21. IW2.
a tobacco warehouse, u lumberyard, and
some and .veilings. It is now under control.
Alfttirs in 4-ofSiain.
New York, November 20.—Judge
Fancier granted an application today for
the children of King, the murderer of
O’Neill, to he given to the custody of their
mother. The git her made no objection.
Tlio ofllciul report of the Health De
partment, after inspecting all the markets
in the city, and numerous wholesale poul
try establishment, say that they found no
disease ; furthermore, fowls were never in
bettor condition than now. The President
of the Board has been authorized by the
Firp Commissivmers to arrange for the
construction of a stationery pumping en
gine and tower near the distributing res
ervolr, to augment pressure and hence the
volume of water in the lower part o! the
Stanley arrived by the Cuba and. was
escorted up the bay by delgations from
the Geographical Si cl.-iy, and die Herald
Scannel and. King will be tried in De
F.x Jlaviir Knipfleisb. of Brooklyn, lms
filed lil-- .unwer to tie- complaint of Mrs.
Wade, in which she socks one hundred 1
thousand dollars damage for a breach of I
promise of marriage. The reply attacks ,
the plaintiffs character and promises
proofs of the allegations upon trial.
iflU-ssajje oS' tine Giivernoi' of
.Raleigh, November 2:l.—The Gover- 1
Dor's .Message was read in the House of
Representatives to-day. It is very vol- |
ominous and is devoted principally to our i
Federal relations, and believes the State j
Government should be in full accord with j
the Federal Administration. It advises .
careful consideration of the question of j
State debt and opposes in toto repudiation i
and favors issuing anew class of bonds;
declares the present legislative apportion
ment of the State unfair ; urgently advo
cates measures inviting immigration into
the State ; congratulates the people upon
tie greatly improved condition of the
State since his last message.
The returns of the August election have
been opened in the i louse, hut the result
was not declared.
The Legislature will go actively to work
and the session will be short.
The election for United States Senator
occurs next Tuesday to fill the place to be
made vacant by John Pool next March.
A Sew National Bank for At
Washington, November 20. —The
State National Hunk of Atlanta, Ga., was
to-day authorized dy the Comptroller of
Currency to commence business with a
capital of SIOO,OOO.
'l'Sic Louisiana Secretary of
New Orleans, November 10 —The
Bth District Court decides that Herron is
the defacto Secretary of State. 'flic case
will probably go to the Supreme Court.
Rank Rail Passed.
Madrid, November 20.—The lower
branch of the. Cortes has passed the mort
gage bank bill.
Paris, November 20.—The committee
appoint'd by the French Assembly to
draft a reply to President Thiers’ message,
by a vote of nine to six, elected Duke
Pasquier D'Audiffut its President. This
action is regarded as unfavorable to the
What (lie (tomans arc Douix*
Rome, November 20.—The Prefect of
police in this city has issued an order for
bidding the assembling of a meeting ad
vertised to he held here on the 4th in
stant, in furtherance of the principal of
universal suffrage, because lie lias reason
to believe that the meeting is really called
in the interest of the opposition to the
present form of government in Rome It
is reported that a second ecclesiastical
province of the Roman Catholic Church
is to be established in England with Liv
erpool as tlie metropolitan sec.
Agricultural and Mechanical
asiiociai'ioa or ukorgia,
licit', at Snx7,iniifili.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1572,
And continue during the week.
r Central Railroad and connections and
1 Atlanta and Gulf Railroad and connections
will transport visitors for one fare, returning
sakks: o.vn:s r fi’.
There will be a Sabre Contest between the
Savannah and AugUßta SabreCluha on Decem
ber 4th and sth.
Open to the world, three or more to enter.
Fastest Trotting Single-harness Horse, Puree,
$100; Fastest paii* of Trotting Horses, owned
and used as such, Purse, SSO; Best Single-har
ness Horse, Plate, S2O; Best pair of Harness
Horses, Plate, $25; Best Pacing Horse, Plate,
sls; Running Race, Sweepstakes, mile heats,
three or more to enter, two to start, entrance
10 per cent., Purse, S2OO.
COTTO N I* St I: TB IB MIS.
The Chamber of Commerce oiler the follow
For he t three bales of upland cotton of one
planter’i growth on exhibition, premium to go
to planter, SSO.
For three bales ranking second in quality,
premium to go to planter, S4O.
For three bales ranking third in quality, S3O;
premium to go to planters
Forth best bale of sea island cotton, SSO;
next best in quality, premium to go to planter.
For the best Gin for upland cotton, SIOO.
For tlie best bushel of Rough Rice, of the va
riety known its gold seed, pniottui to go to
For the best bushel oT Rough Rice, of the va
riety known as white, premium to go to plan
No fee will be charged for entering of exhib
Fur Premium Li-.ts or otlu r information, aj
ply to <J. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
185-td Savannah, 6a.
J.'iO. SI. WEEMS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE ON 3o STREET OVER
l„ IV. KA HI A E’B STOKE.
lift. Si. F. CiftlCifi*.
OFFICE over M. K. Rogers & Co’s., Con
Residence, Plum street, opposite George 8.
' ObearV oot 2 Im.
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mi-unu nv, or any
iniurious mineral siilistama’, but is
I*l it in utunriKu:.
For FORTY YEARS it lias proved Its great
value in all diseases of the l.iveit, liowci.s and
Klpnkis. Thousands of the good ami great
in all purls of the country vouch for its wonder
ful ami peculiar pom riu purifying the Bi.oon,
stimulating the torpid I.M round Rowers, and ;
imparting new Life and Vigor to Pie w hole sys
tem. SI MMI IN'S LI VIK KKG ULATOK i- ac
knowledged to have no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the rune happy proportion in any other
preparation, \iz : a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Swell signal success lias altuudcd its me, that I
it is now regarded as the
litre;, 1 I nfiiiling Specific
for Liven Complaint ami the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTII’A
I’ll )N, Jaundice, billions attacks, SICK HEAD- j
ACHE, Colie, Depression of Spirits SOUK ■.
STOMACH, Heart liuni, We., Ac.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHIMiM ,I*o I’M UK.
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured bv
.1. 11. 1* v 4 0..
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price SI per package; editin' mail, postage paid,
*1.25, Prepared ready for use in bottles, $1.50. j
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS.
T-f-: ’Beware ot all Counterfeits and Imitations.
raw if im
Clover and Brass Seeds.
HUNT, RANKIN A LAMAR,
Mil-1 sli H 2 and 84 Cherry Bireel.
MANCKACTUKKItfI OK AND
WHOLESALE &c RETAIL
Hamms*.Saddles,Collars, Horse Equip*
menls and Clotlilng Centrally.
ALSO a full assortment of LEATH KR of ai
kiiris, Knamelvd Cloth, etc.
-iidillcrc anil IlarncHH Makers Hardware and
Oh paid for HIDKS, FI 88, fsKINF, WAX,
WOOL and TALLOW.. 5-lftl
The Ureal Heinoeratie Journal,
i bis: >i; vokii
W I'] K K i, V NKW S.
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
A Mammoth Light Pago Sheet, 1 illy six
Column- of Heading Matter.
Contain- nil thr turn,, foreign, done tie, no
lilicul and general,with full and reliable market
reports. Kwh number also contains several
Short stories, and a great variety of literary,
agricultural and scientific matter, etc , etc.,
corihtitutfng, it i-t confidently asserted, the
most complete weekly newspaper in tlds
TERMS, S2 A YEAR.
Inducements to < Isifts:
Five copies, one year ? 0 00
Ten copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the aender L*> 00
Twenty conic one year, and an extra
copy to hender ‘MW
Fifty copies one. year, and an extra copy
to Bender 05 00
/'art in wufiifi'l chib* on ohon s may retain
pi-f iynt. of the ui/mey r< 'tire/1 hy them, •>* ctnn
Person* to act
with Hpeeimen bundles. Bpecirnen ropicn-.ent
free to any addroH. All letter* jshonld be di
NEW YORK WEEKLY NEW?
n.jvi:;-tf X.r York < 'itn /W Ojflct,
BY BREAD WEtLIVE.
r undersigned fm* established afiratclaaa
1 BAKERY where our citi/x-n® can obtain
bread that in bread. My will supply
citizen* at their residence*. I only the heat
flom-and materialsg°*"% AßK IBAACB
WILL FIND ITTOTIII'IK AD
VANTAGE TO CALL ON US
I’.EVOKE MAKING THU Tit
O*• - J
WE WAVE IN 3TORF,
100.000 L US. KAO ON OLE A i! K.
2. r ).000 LBS. BACON " IIODL-
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000 LBS. I'LOOK, all gnulcs. ;
. 500 ROLLS 2\ BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. 'ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE. '
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Have, and ate offering at very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES HAY.
1.000 BUSHELS CORN.
Togo liar with u lull stock ul all
all goods in our line of business.
IK long experience And a thorough knowl
edge of the business in nil it* diversified
branches are essential to the keeping that which
the public has long heard of but Ktulorn mt,
A 600D 11011:1-,
the undersigned flatter themselves that they
are fully competent to discharge their obliga
tions to their patrons; hut they me hoc only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to lmvo the
BEST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FUKNiMJIED
house thro ugh out, in tlie State, which is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have it sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FKONT AND AIM A LENT TO
TJIE PASSENGER DEPOT.
where travelers can enjoy t hurrumt nhrjt and lews
liable to be oft by the perplexing!}' constant
departure of the trains.
To all these important advantages is added
aTABLE that is well supplied with the best
ami choicest dishes the city und country cun
afford: nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the * business, have
never been surpassed for politeness and atten
tlon to guests.
For the truth of these statement*, we refer
the public to our patrons who reside in every
State in the Union.
E. K. BROWN & BON, Proprietors.
Macon, Ha., April 15, 1872. • 78-104
LSljeeu- ,0r to 11.' late liyn of Pijill.h, V* 1 troth
tV Cos., and of .Smith, Meda-dinn .V Cos.)
MAM PA' Tt HER AND DEALER IN
BADJM.KKV AND HARNKriS HARDWARE,
Leather of a!! kinds,
ItlllltElt, l BANDS, ETC',,
Together with every article usually kept in a
IOJ CHERBT NT., tl ALCOA, A
FOll THE KALE AND WINTER TRADE
LAWTON A BATE,
lonian Street, (!Vc\t Door to Lawton .Y Willingham.,
KK ini I' ti’nl to furnish the trade with
im.wtition ni pplien. bag
4-1*4., FILS, i:i4'.,
,-m a. vea "liable term a- any house iii Georgia. We*will keep constantly ou hand BACON-
I.Alii), (1> iN, 11 A1 s, 11 A Y, St a, AR, COFFEE, RAGGING and TI F',B, and 11 general ussort
incnto -ueh go-nl- are kept in 11 first cluaa Grocery House. Give iik n cull. We are running
ukji.i: i'i,4>i;ki.*'4 jiii.i.k, nn j
ibieetupeei.il aili lili Ml 111 our "CHOICE," “EXTRA," “FAMILY” Flours. They will bo
Gmi'il exactly adapt -d to tlm tradii, unit we guarantee every barrel.to give satisfaction. Our
prices Ill'll II 1 low .1, tliose, of the. same grades cull bo bought ill the Mouth.
CORN Mi.A!,, boiled amt unbolted, always on hunt], of our own make and of the beat
sgAi. H. BANDY & CO.
- TIX A\ I SHEET I BOX ROOFING,
, ,'T , ilaikraj. Flnnliiiii sni Eepairiif,
n ff! 1 W-\lI!- J TIN and galvanized iron cornices
f>- -i -‘d r V Ju s
\ Ejjpi; y, | ’ \ Executed at short notice and sntlsfaetlon
\ ' 1$ \ I;! / guaranteed.
l) | j No. 10 Tliird Slrcrl, llaron, (in.
1 Particular attention ven to Guttering put up
V I*ATI.*T KATE EANTE*I*4-N.
IIPKOVED 611 GEAR.
>.VO !G r r I IING WMW.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
'piir... Hii,. • <>i' Hus Gin Jliiidd’ iloor has no effect on the Gearing. King Pont of Iron oxul all
1 the work holtcd to iroij.
IT IS MADE TO LAST,-AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER UK NT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE.
(’all and aeo for younself,
J Guild a Pori able Horae Power that.dial lenses all other MAKES, but it will not do the work
with tlje aniiu* Draft, that my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kinds of Machinery made and repaired at
( HIM hirn s IKON %VOKK*.
lO’MHti Near Brown lloune, Macon Georgia.
10. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P. TAYLOR,
Cor. Cotton Avenue and Cherry Street,
FURNITURE, METES, ICS,
Off '/'LOTUS. WINDOW SHADES, etc.
' r r
• u:- -, ;> . . rfiSNSR
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Pine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
; ,/• Ord' i ■ by Tub-graph promptly attended to.
JAXKS H. BLOU.NT, ISAAC HARDEMAN.
EII.OI AT A II IRBEHAS,
ATTORNEYS AT JLAW.
OFFICE, at entrance Ralston Hull, Cherry
Barber Shop For Rent.
rpilE Basement room, formerly occupied by
JL Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel building Is
for rent This is one of the best stands fora
P,UtlloC ‘ ,y HOTEL.
Volume I.—Number 191
IN MA Sf LINE
ROYAL IWAIE •TEAMSHIF*.
TllK Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia
Bteumahip Company diapatek two steam
em per week The quickest bme ever msde
across the Atlantic. Every comfort and coo-