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FOR MAYOR OF MACON,
HO N. W. A. HUFF.
The Rev. Dr. Saunders, Doan of Peter
borough, was Mr. Gladstone’s tutor in the
study of Hebrew, has refused the proffer
ed Deanery of Winchester, Fngland.
The Duchess de Persigny, wife of the
deceased favorite of Napoleon 111, and
daughter of the equally famous Prince da
Moskowa, is going to be married again to
a French advocate, who is only a common
An acorn suspended by a piece of thread
within half an inch of the surface of water
in a hyacinth glass, will, in a few months
burst and throw u root down into the
water, and shoot upwards its straight and
ladering stem, with beautiful little green
leaves A young oak tree, growing in
this way on Mie mantle shelf of a room is
a very elegant and interesting object.
Sunday Sohooi, Literature —The
December number of the Sunday School
Magazino, published at Nashville, by A.
11. Uedford, for the Methodist Episcopal
Church South, states tho aggregate circu
lation of tho year during their different
Sunday School periodicals to be :
Sunday School Magazine U 5,750
Sunday School Visitor 591,300
Our Little People 578,300
Lesson Papers 924,000
This is a gratifying exhibit, and relied*
the highest credit upon the energy, tact
and ability of their editor, Rev. Atticus
G. Haygood, D. D. With him it is a labor
It has often been said that there is no
mechanical genius in woman ; but there
is a representative woman down east who
is endowed witli remarkable genius. Her
name is Miss Martha Knight. She has
iaveuted a machine for manufacturing
paper bags. The contrivance is very sim
ple, and is pronounced an invaluable ac
quisition to paper bag making.
Tbe authorities at the Patent Office,
Washington, say this is the first complete
invention out by a woman.
Among tire many proposed materials for
tbe manufacture of paper, there are t wo—
wiregrass and palmetto—which a Georgia
Company guarantees will furnish better
paper than any now in use, and at prices
that will be really low.
The Rome Courier hears it rumored that
Gen. Eugene Lellardy lias recently sold,
in New York, hi* interest in a patent type
setting machine fox* $200,000. Gen. Le
if,rdy was tbe Engineer and Superinten
dent of tbe Selma, Rome & Dalton Rail
road, and is a man of much scientific skill.
Municipal Election.— Under the new
Corporation Charter, an electiou for mu
nicipal officers will be held by the present
Hoard of Commissioners of Forsyth, on
tbe first Saturday—tbe 7th of December
Tbe term of tbe Mayor and Hoard elected
on that day will commence January Ist,
1873. —Monroe Advertiser.
Admitted. —On Thursday last Messrs.
P. H. Miller and C. A. Turner, late stu
dents iu tbe law office of Messrs. Ham
mand & Stone, were duly admitted to tbe
legal profession, after a critical examina
tion in open court, at Griffin. — Ibid.
When Judge Nelson retires from tbe
Supreme Court of tbe United States, J udge
Cliffoid, of Maine, will be the only Judge
remaining on the bench appointed by a
Democratic President. Should lie retire
within tbe ensuing four years every mem
her of the court will then be the appointee
of Mr. Lincoln or General Grant.
Bishop Beckwith.— This distinguish
ed Divine is now visiting tbe Episcopal
Churches in upper Georgia. Last Sun-
day, in St Peter’s Church, Home, he or
dained three Deacons. This week he
visit* Atlanta and will lay the Corner
Stone of the new St. Ifiiillips Church.
Next Sunday he will visit St. James’
Church in our city. We understand that
there is a class ready for confirmation. —
Marietta, Journal, 23th.
As Industrious Hes.— The smartest
hen in Pulaski county is just now engaged
in her legitimate business on the place of
Mr. John W. Harrell. This very remark
able hen has lteeu laying an agg every
day this season, and, strange as it may
seem, has on Sunday really laid two.
Thero is no joke or hoax about this state
ment. Those who doubt the fact are re
ferred to Mr. Harrell for particulars.
This hen deserve credit for her indus
try, although she does break the Sabbath
by her double labors.
Eggs are selling in this market at 25 to
35 cents a dozen, and here is this hard
working hen doing her clean best to re
duce the price. She ought to be encour
Just lay on, MeDuff,
And hanged be he
Who says youv’e laid enough.
The Board of Trade of Rome, Georgia,
call* a convention at that place on the 4th
proximo, for the purpose of taking such
action as may secure the opening of the
Coosa, Oostanaula and Etowa rivers, and
the completion of the Great Southern Ca
nal. The intention is to memorialize Con
gress upon these subjects, and bring all the
pressure possible to ensure an adequate <
appropriation. The Board of Trade of j
Knoxville will take part in this conven
tion. This remind us of a suggestion
we threw out the other day, for the
Board of Trade of the cities of Knoxville.
Chattanooga, Nashville, Jackson aDd
Memphis to set about organizing the
mercantile interests of the whole State.
With a view to securing such National
aid State legislature as will improve the
navigation of our navigable streams and
the improvement of public roads, for in
creased facilities in the transportation of
the produce and commerce of our Stale.
The mercantile classes can wield a pow
erful influence for good in this direction,
and can be greatly assisted by the co-oper
ation of the farmers and producers who
are equally interested, in affording facilities
for the easy and quick transportation of
the produce of our soil. We hope the
Boards of Trade will take action in the
matter. Where’s the use of Boards of
Trade, unless practical results are reached
through them? Let the live men wake
UJ> — ftufeiO* &mr*r, 28KA.
TIIE EXPERIMENTAL TUBE FROM THE
CAPITOL TO THE GOVERNMENT
PRINTING OFFICE IN
[From the Washington Star.]
The pneumatic tube, about which so
mucli has been said within the past quar
ter of n century, will soon bo constructed
and put to a practical test between tbe
Capitol and the Government Printing
Office. Reference lias heretofore been
made to the project of Mr. Albert Bris
bane. Congress, it will be remembered,
at the last session appropriated $15,000 to
construct a tube between the Capitol and
Government Printing Ofiico, and, as tbe
work of laying it will soon be commen
ced, there will no doubt be much interest
felt in its completion and practical
working. Pneumatic tubes are now suc
cessfully working short distances in New
York, London, Paris and Berlin, but they
arc constructed on a different plan from
that of Mr Brisbane, the vehicle ill those
tubes being run on wheels, while in that
of Mr. B. it is not. and consequently
much loss by friction is avoided. Mr
Brisbane claims that be can transmit
packages through a tube from New York
to Sau Francisco by hollow spheres in
the tube and exhausting the air from tbe
other end from that in which the sphere
is started, thus creating a vacum, causing
tbs atmospheric pressure of fiftceu pounds
lo tho square inch, to drive tbe sphere
The tube is made of pine staves of three
or four inches width, one inch thick, put
together in circular form, and securely fas
tened with heavy iron hoops placed at in
tervals of four or five feet. Several coat
ings of thick paper are then wrapped
around it to make it perfectly air tight,
and the tube is placed in the trench se
curely packed in clay. Before it is put
together, however, the weoden staves are
subjected to a steam exhauston of sixty
pounds pressure to the square inch, which
drives out the sap and congeals the albu
men. They are they boiled in a prepara
tion of resin and linseed oil to make them
perfectly water-proof. The inside diante
ter will be thirty-one inches, and that of
the sphere thirty inches. The entire
length of it will be 3,200 feet.
The machinery lo work it consists of
two small engines, one in the Capitol and
the other in the printing office, with a sin
gle telegraph wire betweeu the two points,
two air-pumps and blowers, one of each
at each end. Parcels to bo irausmitted
from one building to the other will be
placed in the sphere, the signal given to
the man at the other cud by means of
the telegraph wire to start the engine
there, which exhausts the air trout
that end, and the atmospheric pressure
upon the ball soon starts it toward
its destination. The exhaust is kept up.
and the natural pressure behind the ball
carries it along at a rapid rate, not more
than two and a half or three minutes be
ing consumed from tbe Capitol to the
printing-office. To send it the other way
will, however, require one or two minutes
longer, as there is nu ascent of about forty
five feet from the printing-office to the
Capitol. The exhausting machinery at
the Capitol will need to be more powerful
than at the other end on account of this
ascent and tbe greater force requisite to
bring tbe sphere up. The inventor claims
that the atmospheric pressure alone will
drive the sphere through the tube ; but if
necessary tbe machinery can also be used
to force air in tbe rear of the ball, which
will increase its rnotioH. There will be a
dozen or more of these spheres, some made
of wood, some of thin steel, and others oi
papier maehe. The material for the tube
lias all been prepared and it is expected
here daily, when the work of laying it will
be commenced. In fact, workmen have
already commenced cutting through the
north wall of tbe foundation of the Capi
tol, through which the tube is to be car
ried. Mr. Brisbane expects to have I
completed and working in tbe course of t
couple of months.
How Fools Are Buried.
We know an old lady, as blithe a body
as ever lived in this world, who, years ago,
prepared becoming garments ready for her
last journey. David Garrick’s widow
rigorously preserved her wedding sheets
that they might serve her for a shroud.
In 1763 a young married lady was, ut her
express desire, buried in all her wedding
finery, consisting of a white negligee and
petticoats, quilted into a mattress, pillow
and lining for her coffin ; her wedding
shift was her winding-sheet, and she wore
a fine point-lace tucker, handkerchief,
ruffles and apron, and a lappet head of the
same costly materials. Diamond car
rings were placed in her ears, gemmed
riDg on her fingers, and a valuable neck
lace around her neck ; whit* silk stock
ings and silver-spangled shoes with stone
buckles, completed her costume.
A Norfolk gentleman preserved such a
happy recollection of matrimonial life that
when at the age of ninety-one, he lay on
bis death-bed. he gave instructions that he
should be buried in his weddiug shirt,
which he had carefully kept for the pur
pose, that garment being supplemented
with his best suit of clothes, his best wig,
his silver-buckled shoes, black wrist rib
bons, and his favorite walking-cane.
Margaret Coosing. who was buried in Cux
ton church-yard, Kent, in 1783, ordered
her body to bo attired in scarlet satin, put
I in a mahogany coffin having a loose lid,
1 and placed upon trestles in a vault under
a pyramidal monument, the glass door of
the vault being covered with green silk
i curtains. Another example of vanity
strong in death was afforded us a few
years ago, when a wealthy court milliner
left strict injunctions behind her that her
body should be enfolded in point-lace
Chamber s’ Journal
Heard county is becoming depopulated,
if we may credit the news, which says
The exodus from this county to Louisiana,
Arkansas and Texas, promise* to be pretty
heavy this season. A number of families
are to take up the line of march in a few
days, and others will follow in the course
of the winter—the object of all being to
better their fortunes Americas Ilepuh
i The Supreme Court of New York de
cides that denying the colored children
. admission into white school# is no viola
tion of the Fourteenth Amendment, and
that the law is fully met by providing
equally good school* sepurat* lor eoloreo
MACON, GA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1872.
The Goorgia Emigrants to Liberia,
We referred several days sinco to tbe
emigration of oue hundred and fifty color
ed geoplo from various portions of Ibis
State to Liberia. They arrived safely in
New York, it seems, and joined tho bal
ance of tho emigrants, the party number
ing in all three hundred and ninety. They
were trauslcrred to the bark Jasper,which
sailed last week. Tbe emigrants comprised
a number of families and men of more
than ordinary intelligence, very few sin
gle persons being on board. Tbe New
York Herald says :
‘ Tho Jasper is the property of the Messrs.
Yates & Pottetfield, and has been specially
chartered to make this trip. She is about
six hundred tons burden, bark rigged.and
is rather clumsy in shape and appearance.
Her commander is John F. Webber, who
is said to be an experienced seaman. Every
care has been taken that tho emigrants
shall be comfortably treated on their long
voyage, and tbe accommodation provided
for them is nmch superior to that of tbe
groat transatlantic lines. The Jasper takes
out an abundant supply of excellent pro
visions and stores and a competent color
ed medical officer, Dr. John N. Lewis, a
Liberian, who lias lately graduated at one
of tho New England medical colleges.
Tbe emi(.rants, who bad been under
the care of Mr. Coppinger since they de
parted from Georgia, were taken under
charge by Dr. Lewis, an African by birth
who will accompany the expedition to
Liberia. The voyage will occupy thirty
five or forty days. Some of tbe passen
gers will land at Monrovia the capital city
of the republic, but the larger body will
proceed to Cape Palmas, where they will
bo located. The intending colonists have
received encouraging letters from Mr
Roberts, tbe President of the republic,and
others, detailing tbe rapid advancement
tlmt is being made in agriculture and
commerce. On lauding each family will
be provided with twenty-five acres cfland
and will be entitled to tbe rights of Libe
rian citizenship at once. The cost of
transportation from this port to Liberia is
fifty dollars per bead for adults and twenty
five for children.
A Living Christ.
[By Rev. 11. A. Holland (Episcopal) Missouri
Democrat, November 2. )
This whim that the Gospel means noth
ing but the exposition of the plan of sal
vation, is itsell an ecclesiastical innova
tion. While right thinking forms the
foundation of right acting, if not built up
on according to design, It is as fragmenta
ry and worthless ns any other foundation,
without superstructure. Trinity, atone
incut, justification by faith, immortal life,
though the sublimest truths ever revealed
to human intellect, are of no practical
benefit w hatever, except as they inspire
with mo.ives of that pure morality to
which tli y have given the name of godli
ness, or God likeness. The religion
which promulgates these truths has a
worthier aim for its work than by simply
binding them together as the plank of a
raft to rescue drowning souls from perdi
tion and carry them, still dripping, to a
celestial shore where they are suddenly
dried into saints. Its business is to make
men better here ns well as hereafter, better
in their conduct to themselves, to their
neighbors aud to God.
Christ is not dead, that lie should l>a
for ver shut up in a sepulchre and lament
ed by bereaved pulpits, that discuss with
reverence his extinct miracles, and specu
late about the texture of his cere-clothes.
Christ is alive, and in the world ; alive,
and at home everywhere ; uiivc, to heal
the sick ; alive, to open the eyes of the
blind understanding, to strengthen the
palsied arm of the will; yea, and to enter
the temple port of the heart, aud to whip
out the sins that would make that house
of God a dun of tl*eves. Surely, then,
He lias as much right as the devil to a re
cognition on Change, or in the parlor, or
iu other places, where the soul is to be
found He came so far to seek. It is in this
combination I speak. Hut for this com
bination I should remain silent altogether.
AVith any other combination, it seems to
me, the pulpit plays poor ventriloquist in
attempting to feign a voice from the char
nel dust of 1800 years ago, that shall im
press the world more by its ghost-like
quaveriqgs than by its tone of moral com
Jay Cooxe’s Brother to he Secre
tary of the Treasury—Excitement
was created uinong the Custom House He
publicaus yesterday by a rumor that Pres
ident Grant lmd decided to appoint Mr.
Henry Cooke, a brother of Jay Cooke, to
the oflice of Secretary of the Treasury in
case Mr. BoutweJl should resign. The
Custom llouso Republicans say that the
oflice should be given to some member of
their party in this city, as an acknowl
edgement of their services at the recent
election, and they have named two candi
dates, Mr. Henry Clews and Senator Mor
gan. The Western Republicans, however,
say that they gave Grant large majorities,
aud that as the Custom House Republi
cans failed to carry this city for Ulysses
they should be satisfied with mere local
patronage. The President it is said kept
out of tin- quarrel by promising the office
to Mr. Cooke, who represents the District
of Columbia, on neutral ground.— N. Y.
Masonhy. —The Grand Lodge of Ma
sons in Scotland never lias recognized
more than the first three degrees of Ma
sonry—the Entered Appentice, Fellow-
Craft anr Muster-Mason -and holds all
other ord rs and lodges as unconnected
with them This is the original Bt. John's
Masonry with that grand body, and they
have no other. The Grand Lodge of
Scotland lias frequently fulminated reso
lutions and manifestos against spurious
Masonry, nd has preserved a consistent
coarse on •.his point for a t : me as long as
their recoils reach back into the dimness
of past ages.
During the last decade the United
States has imported from Paris, for pur
poses of di ess merely, more than $260,-
000,000 worth of goods, in the form of
bombazines, crapes, merios, shawls, silks,
laces, toilet articles, jewelry, hair, leather,
gloves trimmings, human hair, and so on,
through 'he haberdasher's whole cata
It is stated that Rev. Dr. J. E- Evans,
now Mstliodist pastor in Savannah, will
iraaafar himself to to the North Georgia
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mum i itv, or any
injurious mineral substance, but is
l>l Ki:i.r VIIUKI'AHMI.
For FORTY YEARS It lias proved its’great
value In all diseases of the Liver, Rowels and
Kidneys. Thousands of the good and great
In all parts of the country voueii for Its wonder
ful and peculiar power In purifying the Ut.oon,
stimulating the torpid Liver and Bowels, and
imparting new Life and Vigor to the w hole sys
tem. SIMMON’S LIVER REGULATOR
knowledged to have no equal as a
It. contains four medical elements, never uni
ted iu the same happy projairtiou in any other
preparation, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such siguul success has attended its use, that
it is now regarded as the
Urrat linlailinu b|>ri ilir
for I.IVEU Co.MPI.AINI ami the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONs’III’A
TION, Jaundice, Billions attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic Depression of Spirits SOUR
STOMACH, Heart Bum, etc., etc.
Regulate the Liver ami prevent.
<’HII,I.M AK I'l.Vl'llt.
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR
is manufactured bv
.1. ii. zi:ii.i* a ’<.,
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA. I
Priccfl per package; sent by mall, postage paid,
11.25. Prepared ready for use in bottles, $1.60.
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
JSy-Bewure ot all Counterfeits atul Imitations.
U 1 UIIU/UA. xl -iCUo iVll ..umuuto.ii, *
tics, Headache, Lumbago, Ague, Nervousness
or Kidney Atleetions accepted for treatment
that I cannot cure. no‘22 tf
CROP OF 1812.
Clover and Crass Seeds.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR,
146-156 82 and 84 Cherry Street.
The Greut Democratic Journal,
THE .HEW VO It I*
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
A Mammoth Eight Page Sheet, Fifty six
Columns of Heading Matter.
Contains all the veirs, foreign, domestic, po
litical and general, with full and reliable murket
reports. Each number also contains several
short stories, and a great variety of literary,
agrieultural and scientific matter, etc , etc.,
constituting, it is confidently us.-.crted, the
most complete weekly newspaper In tin
TERMS, $2 A YEAR.
Inducements to Clubs:
Five copies, one year- * y
Ten copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the sender low
Twenty copies one year, and an extra
copy to sender to w
Fifty copies one year, and an extra copy
to sender K
Partin Herulinff dubs a* aboer. man retain .10
per rent, of the money rceeioed by them , * rom
Persons desiring to act as agents supplied
1 with specimen bundles. Specimen copies sent
free to any addreni. All letters should be <ll
NEW YOKE WEEKLY NEWS,
1 novlll tf A ’em York City Ph*t Q/fle*
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR AD
VANTAGE TO CALL ON US
BEFORE MAKING THEIR
WE HAVE IN STORF,
100.000 LBS. BACON CLEAR R.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, all grades.
500 ROLLS 2i BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON # SMITH,
Have, mid are 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,
TocethtT with a full stock of till
all goods in our line of business,
I F long experience and a thorough knowl
edge of the business in all its diversified
brunches arc essential to the keeping that which
the public has long heard uf hut seldom wen,
A UOO HOTEL,
the undersigned flatter themselves that they
are fully competent to discharge their obliga
tions to their patrons; hut they are not only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
BEST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FURNISHED
house throughout, In the State, which Is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have It sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT AND ADJACENT TO
THE I'ASSENOER DEPOT,
wtiere travelers can enjoy the,mo*! eleej) and less
liable to he bft by the perplcxingly constant
departure of the trains.
To all these important advantages is added
a TABLE that Is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country can
afford : nor would they omit to mention tkut
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politeness and atten
tion to guests.
For the truth of these statements, we reler
the public to our patrons who reside In every
litate In the Union.
E. E. BROWN & BON, Proprietors.
Macon, Ga., April 15, 1872. 78-104
(Successor to the lute firm of Smith, VVestcott.
be Cos., and of Hmittr, MeGlashuu A Cos.)
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds,
It I It It Ell, GIN BANDS, ETC’.,
Together with every article usually kept in a
109 C’HEKRY TANARUS„ MACON, A
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
LAWTON Ac BATE ,
roiirfli Street, (Next Door to I.awton A Willingham.)
l' r, 'l mr,,< * t® furnish the trade with
(atoniKitis, i>KoriNio\M, im.vvtviioy ni ppuen, dau
UINW, THIN, ETC.,
tern as reasonable tonne ns any house In Georgia. We will keep constantly on hand, BACON;
I.ARI), CORN, OATS, HAY, SUGAR, COFF UK, BAGGING and TIES, and a general assort
ment of such goods as are kept in a llrst class Grocery House. Give us a call. We arc running
the RAGLEI'LOIIItINO MILI.N, and
direct special attention to our “CHOICE,” “EXTRA,” "FAMILY” Flours. They will be
found exactly adapted to the trade, and we guarantee every barrel to give satisfaction. Our
prices are as low as those of the same grades can be bought In thc£outh.
CORN MKAL, bolted und unbolted, ulways on band," of our own make and of the best
J. 11. BANDY & CO.
TIN AND SHEET I HON ROOFING,
jo]Bm Gsiterim, PlntiK ill Repairif,
m||l $ AL °
Y TIN AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
r, J \3a f K l ,*” | V
u| Mg ~~1 [/] \ Executed at short notice and satisfaction
V | J \IJ guaranteed.
j) / \jl .Ho. 40 Third Street, Macon, On.
' Particular attention given to Guttering put up
Ns PATENT HAVE FANTENINGN,
IMPROVED OT GEAR.
NO >1 ixr HIA G NKW.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
zpilE settling of the Gin House Hoor has no effect on the Gearing. King Post of Iron and all
I the work boltud to iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE.
Call ami see for yonaself.
I build n Portable Horse Power that challenges nil other MAKES, but it will not do the work
with the same DrnCHlmt m.v PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kinds of Machinery made and repaired at
t'ltOCKin’T'N IRON WOK KM,
IOH IHU Near Brown House, Macon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. R TAYLOB,
Cor. Cotton Avenue and Cherry Street,
MITII, CMHIK, BIS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
Metalic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain WoodCofllns and Caskets.
fjf Orders by Telegraph promptly attended to.
JASKft 11. BLOUNT. ISAAC HARDEMAN.
HI.OUXT A IIARUEMAX,
OFFICE, at entrance Ralston H“lL f Lbw r Y
Barber Shop For Rent.
THE Basement room, formerly oacupted by
Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel
for rent This 1* on* of tbs tor ■
B^5 8 tf opln etty 'Bssr hotel.
Volume I. —Number 198
I*N MAN LINE