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Fertiliser. etc. Bagging and Tie* famished.
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respondents in Northern, Easter or European
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Ta sure to cure if taken regularly,
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the most delicate Infant,
roes sot interfere with business,
Doe* not disarrange the system.
Tike* the place o! Quinine and Bitters o
Contain* the simplest and beat remedies.
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A GENTS for Bradley’s Super Phosphate ot
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Boom No. A College Banding, oorner Fourth and
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Price 41 CO per p&cktgo; also, prepared ready for
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TXTHISENAirrS COTTON CATERPILLAR
VV DESTROYER ie the only caterpillar de
utroytr paterttd All parties are warned against
any infringement upon my ngats. Arsenic, Pen*
Green. Licie and Flour are u*ad in tbe compound
patented by me- Any party or ptrties using or
veiling any oo a. pound oqp twining any two of lb*
above ingredients, or containing subatantia'iv
vtut •* r bed upon by me in my oompound for de-
stroyi K tbe oouon caterpillar, is infringing upon
my rights, and will be proseemed In the Umt*d
State* Coart for so dot eg
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K. Jones, President Central Bank- J obn O. Oord, of Oarbart A .
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J. Lawton. President Planters' Banking Oo. 1 8. Waxslbanm,of Wawlbenm ABro.
Q. Pm»p President *»**»«p lUnk I J W Burke, of J. W. Burke A Oo.
a Holt. President Southwestern Baflread Oo. I J- H Ram, of Roes A Oplematt.
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New Boarding House.
O H THE FIBST OF AUQU8T I «fli open the
House oo Mulberry street, opposite the La
nier Hones, (Granite Hail) formerly kept by N.
BMmwt Board 446 per mcoth. and the table
eupiis* with the hem the maefcat afferda Moomm
angaim | K. M. BBOWN, Agtoi.
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TUESDA Y MOBNINO, ACOrsi IC, 1873.
The MenmboM Cauwlrapbe.
Minphu, Aopn^t 24 —Tbe Metmer Julia ar
rival Left* ab.int 11 o’clock to-d*y, bringing
most of (he Mirvivori* of tbe ilbfsted George
Wolf. Among tb^m ia CaptAin Henry H Car*
ter. fcrr coil mender, who was oomuleraMy
browed ab .at the bead, and had hie left leg also
bftrily brained. Captwin Carter ataten that a
•.hort t:rno l^efore Ihe ixpJonioD he had gone to
b:a room to takn a nap. iPatviDg tbe mate on the
«a’o>\ and th<* firnt bo koew of tbe accident was
that bo tv. t himtslf Uto<t into tbe air with a
msvero ►Lock, and fell with the debris on the
lower deok. Asboou as ho could extricate him**
pelf be glanced and aaw that the forward part
of tbe catdn and texts had been blown away aft
ot the h l lerv, and that come of tbo timbers bad
Hi* first thought wan to extinguish tho
tliruen, vLicb, by the aid of a few others and a
neavy rain which wan falling at tbe time, be
tueot eded m doing.
Meantime one of tbe crew, who Lad been bnt
►lightly injared, feeing that tbe wreck bad
drifted near abore, jumped ent with a line and
made fast, when it wa* found that tbe boat hid
t>c«n but little injured, except as already atated
Aa fcocn a« tbo fire was rzttngnihhed every
thing poaaiblo waa done to relieve the anffcreip.
Tbe ciptain state* that ►ho had only ten or
twolve oabio pissengcri*, only one of whom was
lost—Nelboo, a piano-inner, aged abort sixty
Owing to tho condition of Widen, the clerk,
who wa» severely bernod about the chest and
throat, it w&a impossible to obtain al:st of the
n«*«ec£ere from him and tho bocks wire &U
Mrs JUbecoi Cohen, of Jefferson. Tens, who
wbonaiaoc. mptmedbyhercoatio W. So'omons
of P r «, Texas, states she was on the forward
gaord cf i be boat and owing to tbo c - verity of t be
atorm which vd raging remarked, let's go into
tie oabio, and jnat aa &ho ro^c, tbo explosion
nccnritd and ahe wa* blown into tbe river
whfre. rtoeir^ a man near, the gm-ped him by
the v.ict and bo told her to citch Lis left arm
or ►ho w.uld drown both; which abo did and
►eon after a spur amt floating by which ho 8e-
cnr* d, and they held to it and llanting down tbe
river for a long distance, nntll tbe barber of (be
ho»i ctino iotLvir >.>.mutMUCo with a pole, which
her prr^erver e*agbt, and, still holding on the
spar, rb<y wero safely landed on shore.
Mrs. Cubic was contiderahly braised. Tbo
piiH-i guiH apeak in tho bigbeat terms of tho
roLduoi *f tho < ffisern, and eapeci&lly of Capt.
Ontier and tho atewurd. Notwithstanding that
tba former w<* * severely injored, hows* moht
active in ih^ work of relieving others ard extin-
ghlaing tbe f«re.
Orral Piniulilnf of Crafh
Wxmxxotox Del., Angn t 24.—Tho damago
to tbo ve**ol^ and canal borgtn in the Chesa
peake and Prlawuio canal includes eleven
►chonnei* and eigbteon barges hopelessly
wrecked, while twcnty.eigbt ►chooner* thirty-
fieven t>arg*N, two tngsand one propeller steam
er are atranded, and most of them moro or lens
iDjored. One yeanel lies 400 yards from the
o*ual. All the craft tost of. St George'* os-
caped at nous injury.
The oanul aotboruioa hope to gel them out io
a fortnight. Thom nt Hi. George** may be ro-
leasod in a mouth Many of the schooners and
most of tho barge* are loaded with ooal.
Among the Mchoont-rs which are very badly in-
jnred are tbe Jane O- MoHbane, Philadelphia, a
total lota; Livinm IIopkiiiM, Voiktown, \ &.
hole stove in her aide; Miry Wa«hicgton, of
HalVlmore, Fplit through the store; Panama,
Bffiltimore, on her bexm* end, her bulwark*
torn off and otherwise injured, anil the H,>ced,
of Baltimore, badly wreoked generally.
Hum Nun eld, Align*» 24.—Tho track on Sat
nrday w«« in a sp'endid condition. Fully 10.000
people were present. In the 2 24 race Gloster
won tbe firnt heat and was second in the last
two. Susie won tbe last three heats and
the race. Time, 2.23—2 25J—2.25}—2 27.
Tbe 2 33 raoo waa won by Clementina—
Vanity F*lr winnng the first two heats. Time,
2 88}—2 33} -2 35—2 32—2 30—2 32}. In the
thud boat Gotdlesf and Clementina oollided
just as they were entering the home stretch.
Both h< rae* fell, and both drivers, Doble and
Bowen, were thrown, and Goldleaf's sulky
smashed. In the next beat one wheel of Rowe’a
sulky came off on tho back htrer.h. Tan driver
was thrown cat and tbo borne ran round the
Iraek to the homo stretch. l\>rtanatejy no one
was in j arid.
New York, August 24 —Steamer Ciydo from
Gatveaton while coming into quarantine tti-i
morning oollided with bark Gnioau, b »nnd to
Orond-tudt. The ba*k lost her bowsprit and
jib boom, and tho steamer had her starboard
sail carried away. Captain Kennedy of tho
steamer waa knocked off the hnrrioaco to tbe
main deck and received a alight concussion of
Pfelletua Mawycr 1)14 Not Klfl Himself.
A dispatch from Osbkosb, Win., says there
is no tm'h io tbe report that Hon. Pbiletus
Sawyer, member of Congress from that State,
had committed unieido. Ho ianow in (> .l.kob,
and in good health
New Tost, August 24 —Ann Carroll, of
Franklin atre*t, and a man who refntod to give
hit name, were found lant night clinging to a
boat In the lower bay. They stated that Mary
O'Hsrra, of West street, and n man wbone
name the reamed man refUHed to nnike known,
were with them in tho boat at tho time it upsat,
and *har both were drowned.
■I, LoalsWoc al Kwil I-aw UuconstltntlonM.
St. LjUI-a. Anga*t 24 —Judge Calvin, of the
Court of Criminal Corrections, to day decided
th* law regulating the social evil now in force
here to be Duoonntitutiocal
Cholera Id Koozville—Death of Jmlce T.
A. R. Nelson.
Knoxville, Tenn., Au^n^t 24.—Judge Thos.
A. K Noigod, late .fudge of the Supreme Court
of T*noeasrv, died at bis residence here nt six
o’olook c hi - morning of chohra, Aftt-r an illness
of two days.
Dentin of An actor.
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r HL3 unrivalled me-Iicine a warranted not to
ronu.n a amvle paiircie of Mercury, or any
r.juriou* nun erxl nubs lance, bnt ia
For FORTY YEAR3 it has proved Its great vat
no in aii direase* of tLe Liver. Bowel* and. Kid
neys. Thousands of the soed »nd great in all
parts cf tho country vouch for ita wonderful and
i-ocuiiar poner m purifying the Blood, etimointing
i he tormd Liver and Bowels, and impartm* n*w
life and vigor to tbe whole ay*tem. SIMMONS'
LIYBB JiEGOLAlOR is acknowledged to have no
equal as &
It contains four medical dements, never united
in the same happy proportion in any other prepar
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an unexceptionable A terative and a certain oor-
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"P ATi ON,
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Heart Bum. etc. etc.
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Priladelphu Augliat 24.—Henj Young, au
aotor *iu! well known delineator of negro ebar-
aotero, partioularly In tbo role of Undo Tcm,
di*d anddenly to-Oay.
Kfinrn of air William Halier.
Alkxindiua, KoTrT, August 24 —H»r William
Baker, wnb party wmch wont cp tho Nile, have
arrived at Hues
Newport Tnctst Knee*.
Nswpost, August 24.—Tbe Madclaine won
the schooner, and the Viaion the aloop prize.
A Splendid Sabbath School Book
KIM OF LIFE!
a River of T I
Melody and JLj
in briahe, taking, sing
able music which the
Sabbath School child re a
Lnd home boys and girls will not
neod much drilling to learn and ap
preciate. As in oar natqsailed Church
Book, tho “Aver- / \T7' c*w Tune Book 1
—so in thia we V-/K; have drawn on
many well known writers of Sabbath
School Music, tho very best in tbe
country, to whjae united ef-
forts we owe t-ia new and
School Book, edit
ed by Meeera.
The proprietor! avail themaelve* of the
loll in advertising to present their claims
again to the public. Nothing within the
range of oar ability is omitted to make
the Tu-bojuph ajtd Mhsxsgkb In all
its editions acceptable to the reader, tut
a vehicle of the earliest news on all cur
rent topics—and of careful and candid
exposition, we concede no superior in this
In point of circulation in the range
the country trading with Macon, the dif
ferent editions of the paper are far be
yond competition. They literally per'
Yade the Central and South western conn
ties of Georgia—addressing and inform
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No business man of Macon can afford
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this region can intelligently dispense with
their aid in facilitating that object.
For successive generations these two
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one, have commanded this great field
circulation, and their hold on the public
confidence has never been disturbed
interrupted. We are to-day with a larger
cosh paid circulation than ever before,
and we hope to go on increasing with the
progress of the country. We do not say
it is the “largest circulation,” but within
our proper field—where we can carry the
earliest news, it is beyond even approxi
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OLIVER DITbON A OO ,
The Reign ot Terror In Mississippi,
A oorreap^edent cf the Memphis Appeal who
waaln Grenada on the morning of the lCtb, the
day of the riot, relates: “A train filled with
blaoke oarae into Grenada this morning at eight
o’olook. Iirqatredas to the ocoaslon of this
oonvooation, but none oonld tell. The conduc
tor said that eomo secret benevolent (?) black
body was gathering iU forces for some purpose
r.nknown to the public." Thia correspondent
gives a terrible picture of the pending political
There are secret associations of blacks every
where. They dress and are drilled a* soldiers.
Every negro u armed c<tp-a*pie. Io every cabin
there are gona and pistols and knives. They
are solidly, compactly organ red in outright
declared partisan hostility to whites. In poli
ties their single guiding principle of aotioti is
opposition to the while rsoe Tbe alarm at
Grenade thia afternoon grew out of this aimple
fact, which the people perfectly comprehend.
And thia 1« tbe beg’naing, mark you. of a polit
ical oampaign—the significant preface, tbe
tnftmg prelude. If Aloona oome* forth as he
nntt, or he is forever undone, deeds of violence
will btt number leas, and a greater degree of
exoitement will characterize the content than
has been known for yoare. Eich neighbor ha*
its leader, and so of each county and district,
and if these autocrats pronounce against Alcorn
or AmeSv reason and interest and common sense
will interpose object ions in vain.
Of the temper of tbe whites he says:
“The oldar people whom I enooantered hare
lost both partisan and self confidence. Their
spirits Are broken. They are disposed to regard
each evil that threaten* them aa inevitable, and
bow their necks me*kly to tbe negro joke.—
He oh a shameful paralysis has seized many aged
Miaahwippians, and the younger are so victim
ized by prejudice* acd so resolved to do what
is unwise, be ease wise policy does not com
port with a lofty, exaggerated sen** of honor,
that any desirable eolation of pending ques
tions cannot be anticipated. Ames acd Ben
Butler will ee:ze and pionder the State. There
ia no present help for iL The only recourse
the people have, is in AJoorn and politicians.
• • • The only rocouree left this peo
ple oooaisu, I am grieved to say, in the election,
aa Alcorn proposes, by the whites and negroee,
of an unadulterated negro ticket. Let it be
black aa &vbna from stem to sternv from alpha
to omega, blacker than the nether extremity of
midnigbt, and Ames will go down in darkness
so profound that Batler will cock his eye in vain
to discover the bottom of the fathomless abyss
of black oblivion into which the prim son-in-
law will have disappeared. The black ticket-
coal blade—caa alone rastore the fortunes of
the State and save it from the clutches of a
body of thieves aa depraved aa the wont pro -
eootal that ever robbed and deatrojed a Roman
provisos or gave terrors to the agents of the
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TOTAL CAPACITY 40,000 BALES MONTHLY.
BULK MEATS, SALT, SYRUP, Etc.
CORNER CHERRY AND THIRD STREETS,
UNDER RALSTON’S HALL,
<3-1 3ST OEAR !
FALCON -Hainie, Commander
MARYLAND Johnson, Commander
SEA GULL Dutton, Commander
Sailing Days—-Every Fifth Day.
PAUL C. TKENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
STEAMSHIP MEREDITA, ! Sails Every Oiher Saturday.
JAS. ADGER & CO., Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
listen guaranteed a* low at» those of Gompoting Lines- Marino Insurance one-half of one per cent
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Gan be had at all the principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabau a, Tonneeueo and Mississippi.
BriBfllPhl B I _ w .
State Rooms may be secured in advance, withont extra charge, by addressing Agenta of the steam
ships in Charleston, at whose offices, in ali cases, the Railroad Tickets e ho aid be exchanged and Bertha
assigned. The Through Tickets by thia Routo include Transfers. Meals and State Room, while ou ship
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad
And their connecting Lines have largely increased their facilities for tho rapid movement of Freight and
Passengers between the Northern Cities and the South and West. Comfortable Night cars, with the
Holmes* Chair, wihout extra charge, have been introduced on the South Carolina Railroad. Fint-01ae«
Eating Saloon at Branchville. On the Georgia Railroad Firet-Class Bleeping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred from steamer to day and night trains of the South Carolina Railroad.
Close connection mado with other roads, delivering freights at distant points with great promptueaa.
The Managers will use every exertion to satisfy their patrons that the line VIA CHARLESTON cannot ba
surpassed in Dispatch and the Safe Delivery of Goods.
For further information, apply to J. M. SELKIRK, Sup’t, Charleston, B. C.;B. D. HA88KLL, Genera
Agent, P. O. Box 4979, Offioe 317 Broadway, N. Y.; 8. B. PICKENS, General Passenger and Tioket Agent
Booth Carolina Railroad
. ALFRED L TYLER,
Vi**** n>ic Mnnih Carolina Railroad. Chari Aston. R n
SCHOFIELDS IRON WORKS,
Adjoining Passenger Depot, Maeon, Ga.
CELEBRATED' WROUGHT IRON COTTON PRESSES!
All acknowledge ita superiority to say made anywhere or by anybody.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW MILLS, SUGAR MILLS AMD
KETTLES, IRON BAILING, MILL MACHINERY, HASTINGS
AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
tho mode of construction of wheels eu&pended on Anti-Friction Balia, extended arm to carry tho
Pulley and Pinion Shaft.
All persona using or making any part of my Patent, will bo prosecuted to the extent of tho law.
I Build and Repair all kinds of Machinery at my Works.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER.
Steam, Water, and. Gas Pipes, and
Aa CaaserMlso Wsmsx.—Birain, in a news
paper oolnmn about hi, great reconstructed
ahow. tpaaks of an anaaaanuog woman be baa
wbo astern tbe ring and aboolden a brass field
plan* vhUe a Uttls boy jump* oo top of It and
trmitlTl It off—producing a stunning report—a
MvalparformaaoefoTaa “onaastuning woman.”
■yy E will pay tba highest Cash Price tor Driad >
X. PRICE a 80SB.
Monroe Advertleer copy 4 times.
The approach of active operations in
cropping will render one of the editions
of thdi paper ia valuable in yoar parcnita.
It will Contois ail the earliest crop infor-
ms'ioa and general agricultural new*.
CXISBY, JONES dt REUSE.
All their Fittings for Sale.
Fanglit’s ^Patent Gin
This Gin Gear has an 1ROM CENTRAL SUPPORT to preveot scttliug of gin li use, AN IRON
POST AND IRON BAND WHEEL SHAFT. Mado only by
J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON.
NOTICE.—Having made arrAngomonte with Messrs. SCHOFIELD ABOM forth# frolo maDmacto*
of my PATENT GIN GEAR, witu OENTR\L IRON SUPPOKi, all others aro warned not to arize,
or szx.it the same, aa I ahali prosecute to tho txtent of tho law all peraona using or infr ug : nj? on my
Patent- L. It. FA0GQT.
Philadelphia. May 24,1873. jr,lyldSm_
ROGERS Sc BONN,
20,000 pounds Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
1,000 barrels Choice Family Flour.
31)0 barrels Refined Sugars.
ALL ARTICLES IN GROCERS’ LINE AT LOWEST MARKET BATES,
Macon Standard Mean Time*
H AVING MrfMtad my arrangemect. to correct the ahght<«.t error in tbe Ume-keepm* of ®^.
l££],SSrSyibel2ecrioHf an observatory and one of the meet approved TBiRBITRm ^
MENTSfOr the purpose of observing the meridian passage of tbe eon and sure. I v,U be
the exact Maaon meantime to within a fraction of a eeoond.
WHOLESALE GEOCEES! 11