BY clisby, Jones & Keese.
MACON, GEORGIA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1873
Qrtrf 1 * Telcsr»pli BnlKlng, Mwcon
, ..a** and *«•!«, ono year
JjtaMyTotaitiiS m* M'
*'it oolnmsa, oo« }«
in’miiim, and V»P«r'stopped
• the money n» out, antes* renewed.
-j, (cneoMttod Telegraph end Momw*er rep-
^.d 8o-:thweet*ni Oworgi, end Eastern Ate-
1, hh! Kiddle Florid*. Advertisement* »t re*-
S ,U, rate* I» «*• Weekly at one dollar per
' ~ ut ,t diree-ejnarten of an Inch, each pnbliea-
,. Keolitaneae should be mule by expreee, or
stil ta ana*) order* or regUterrd letter*
, r mil Tin, on J. n. K irby'e place near
I full. »twenty-e(* feet In oirentnferenee.
Cxixcanc* » K«ittnK r, P* • >r annexation,
k,31111*0. who we, elected G .vernor by
orjirity, bat been oonnted out
Til eon of the British poet-lanrrate la to be
B1 d,, btronet, Ur. Tannyron baring himself
fdited all litnlar distinction fr m the crown.
fconin o-inrt: Judge—Hare yon anything
•) kff-r to the court before eentenee is passed
ujoe? Prisoner—Nj, dodge; I bad ten dol-
]0X, bat my lawyers took that.
Is rlaw of tbe fact that there ere 209 907
psmmengaged in farming in Iowe to lit 243
,,11 attar parantta, the farmers' ticket would
lo aland e good ebanoa of eneoes*
tt ?i»o, tbe Ouinoae oreraeer et North Ad
m, Hal, may be prononnoed a completely
snl, *d man. Ha baa been charging bis fol
Isrsn 1100 for rloe which ooat bim 933, and
» Mats for mailing letters which didn't ooat
S»rwao 1-trs •'CinninaTi s "—Mr. Walter
O.lsa* the proprietor of the Local, s news
paper printed nt Harlem, Nsw York, had s cap
of nttiol dashed in his faoo on Saturday night,
j,a as he was entering his offlee. He will lose
tie sight of one, if not both of his ejoi.
Tsnt> Bit* nr Axizicu* —A friend writes
tut tba third bale cf new oottoo was reoeired
yesterday in Amerlens st tbe warphonie of
Arnold. Johoeon A Ca, and sold to George W.
Wjlly, dr , of tbe Arm of A. U. Sloan A Co.,
Sisennah, at sixteen oenta per ponnd.
FiaeT Bant nr UoaTrzttwa —Tbe first bale of
see oottoo wae reoeired et Uontaznma yeeter
diy-hrmght in by George Lowe, colored, end
stored with ard sold by U. air*. Tnrner A
Brass to Messrs, dames A. Smith A Co., et 21
eest* Weight, &3S pound*—classed low mil-
Got. Dix yon Pznmnrr —A New York oor-
nepondant of tbe Chicago Journal, lays it may
■aw a little wild to yon, bat l predict that Got
D X alii, three years from now, be a moat promi
ses! oandldats for tbe nomination for the Pres
Idecey. Were it not for hla adranoed ago I
should feel aafe in predicting that bo would bo
ths next President.”
WliT is lbs matter with tbs Charleston
Seta and Courier 7 We Tory seldom reoeire
it la single copies. Two generally oome to-
tether. One oopy seems to wait somewhere
os the road until Ibe other—of tbe nr x’ issue—
femes along, and then reanmna its journey.
Dms the News and Courier know tbe reason
for the eeoentrioity of morernrnt 7
Ktr. Da. Enanro - Noah’s Sunday Time, end
liaaaaegar, nays tbe Ber. Dr. Spring who died
Iwt week, had been for come years seps-
rited front his wTs in oonsrqusnos of differ-
eneea io money metier* She died ten days be
fore him, end wae buried from tbe bonne of one
of her own relatives. Be was buried from bis
een hoots aid ebnioh, and neither bad Been the
otharfor a long time.
i cixxx'notriirtrr wbo rlaited Mrs. Robert E.
Lie at Alexandria found her engaged in eolor-
la; a bnoch of antnmn leaves, which were des-
tiaad for s fair to bo held soon, the proceed, of
whieh ere to go towarde erecting a memorial
thtptl to General Lm. Making fsnoy work for
tkla fair and ooloring plotnres are Mr* Lee’e
favorite oeenpationa, and ao eager is aba lo oon
irthnte to lu aaoaetx that abe tills at fire o’clock
ta begin her work.
Ssiar Exx,.—In hie “Anecdotes of Pablio
Nt*” Forney makes tbe following referenoe
ta what be “«aw" last year on bis way to
There ia no flaer piece of arobitootnre than
tha mtlitary academy at Alexandria, Lt., and
»h*n I saw it, with Cob Soott's party, as we
r*«sed up Red river on onr way to Texas, in
•ana,ef 1873,1 was impressed by its exquisite
Ijaportion,. It is in a great degree the growth
■ the National Government, etc.
This le ell very well ae a Forneytsm, but the
Mobile Rrgnt*r thinks it will hardly do for
a fact, lnaamneh as the site of the aotdemy la
at PmeviUe, seven miles from Alexandria—a
loagar ranga even than Force,’* optica oonld
•OBpaa* That ia one d (Btally in tha way,
sad tha naxt ta that tha aeadrmy was totally de-
•troysd by fire io 18C9— three years before
Faroey “saw" it.
toooiaa, tbe noted Apaehe chief, recently
fare strong proof of hie good will toward the
•biles. Mr. Oharles Miller, a lsrgs stock owner,
topped at the reservation several days to rest,
*»1 lamed three thousand cattle end seventy
heal of horses and male* loose. When ready
•start again the band cf Cochise gathered in
hla stock, not one animal being lost. They did
•et even aak a bonne, as moat obits men would
W« are enrionsly reminded that the New
florid It beoomlng an old world by the recent
diaosvery of rains of three Spanish oitlas In
tb* mountains of Talamancs, Cost* Ric* A
caatnry baa passed alnoe those cities were in
habited, and among tho rains is s fort with
cannon all deeayed and maty. Tbe remains of
the first white settlement, in America should be
at iateraasing to American antiquarians as tbe
beggar infested relies of ancient Rome.
4 Fuor Docasrixcr at Lotto Bassert —A
8 wald telegram from Lmg Branoh, the 24th,
Same excitement wa, occasioned last night at
a faahionabte resort st tbe west end of tbe
^•ah, by a ptreaatl d.fflenlty between two of
tb* visitor*, on* of whom l« a Southern gentle
man and the oiher a New Yorker. Tbe Utter,
*ho> although not a lawyer, ia largoly interested
U sails, bad baen indulging In wine and got
wo * quarrel with tb* Southerner, to whom he
•ought to “give fit*” At all event* he made
•••of language which no gentleman would be
“*olj to listen to patiently, and was knocked
■ J wn after the meat approved fashion, measur
ing his length on tbe floor. Hla assailant pro-
ooedol to administer to him as good a basting
*0 6* had aver been eonversant with, and only
yo’o’ed from sheer exhaustion. Tho New
***** has probably learned the prudence of
weighing hit word* in the fntnre, or, in other
“Ofioege, of catting hU ooat according to bis
Mr. navis’ Spereb. Etc.
In the dearth of topics, quite too reach im
pel tan oe, and quite an unwarrantable Inter
pretation baa been given by tbe papers to tbe
few remark! of Mr. Davis at the Ute meeting
of tbe Southern Historical Society. Upon a
careful reading of tbe few words dropped by
tbe epesker on tbe matter of the late sectional
arar, wa see it U by no means fairly susceptible
of the interpretation pat on it by tbe Northern
prints—that ia lo tay, an avowal of pcrpetnal
antagonism to tbe onion cf the States ander
tbe Federal Constitution.
Mr. Davis was speaking in reference to tbe
true ptinolplee of tbe Government, and com
plaining of the abandonment of those princi
ples in what he tbongbt the too ready sequi
esoenee of the people In the doetrinsl heresies
of Congressional recins’raation. W» have no
ids* tbe speaker bad in his mind any thought
of tbe probability or possibility of xevivtng the
struggle for seotional separation and independ
enoe. However grievous may be tbe ills nnder
which tbe Southern States are laboring, we
don’t believe there is an intelligent citizso of
these States who would voluntarily suggest or
attempt a remedy in s revival of tbe horror* of
tn armed straggle with ths dominant seotion
That great property Interest, valued at four
thousand millions of dollars, which wonld have
trailed any people In arm, for its preservation,
is now irrecoverably lost, and with it all neoes-
asrily distinctive intereets from those of tba
great Atnarlou masses. The evils and oppres
sions peculiar to the Sonth are in their natnre
temporary—they swill perish with * generation
or two, while seotional icdapsndenoe, if it oonld
be won, woo'd be won at tbe ooat of never end-
log tronbles to both sections.
A common Government is far better for both
North sod Broth—if it can be made a fair,
equal and free Government. And let n, not
despair of this attainment. All governments
are corrupted by tbe violence and disorder of
war, and must regain their moral health by tbe
far alowar operation of tbe oorreoting intolli
genre end virtue of pesos. And when we view
with despair tbe depth of political corruption
disclosed by tbe Government of the United
States, let ns remember how corruption infest
ed the Contort irate Government in the short
space of four years by tha some debasing it,flu-
The oemmen idea that liberty and free Inati
tntiona are won and preserved by war—that war
ia like a Ibnnderatorm in dog days—*weotening
and purifying the atmosphere, is a delusion
Wtr is hell let loose—x Pandora’s box of moral
and political pe-tilenoo opened to disease end
demoralize mankind. It is only when peace
rstorns that moral, politioal, physical and finan
cial health and strength begin slowly to re-in-
vigorate the enfeebled and disordered frame,
and a condition of soaudaess is reached with
tenfold moro tardiness than tbe process of de
We say agtln, almost aniverstl history trill es
tablish the fsot that all substantial ameliorations
of hnman condition and government are Ibe
slower snd ssourer triumphs of peace No rea
sonable man oaght, therefore, to give in to the
notion that the Uailed State! Government will
always be nofair, eorrnpt snd wielded In hos
tility to tbe Southern people; bnt enrtnro pres
ent ills in obeerfal hope that his ohildren, at
least, may find it as impartial, fair, freo and
honest as it ever has been.
Tka farmers of the Weet are giving attention
to a ttsbjtot which ia every day becoming of
greater importance to tbe agricultural commnn-
**X—the neoesrity for more stringent laws
*(*inat trespassing. Every antnmn men from
the cities go trumping through oora and grain
after bird* and rabbits. As a general tbieg.
thee# barters era far from particular whether
their guns baa been dcmaaiicated or not, and
ebiekaas, turkeys and ctpq costs arc often shot
bj mistake or design. There ia a very proper
orejad o* art.cat the introduction of tbe nn.
Jnw game laws of Europe, bnt tbsse lava ore
nut bectu-e ttej prevent routes frum
hairting on other people’s land, bat because
they prohibit the termer from krt!‘ c K game on
the lard which he recta and rnitivatea A law
furl ui: OR fc-y. p, r ^, a( aod-p penalty of fine,
*h*o’-tr e o~ l.cd without leave from the owner
or oerupaid thereof, wonld only be fair to the
farmer. Keoovery of eivil dumtaea for Im
ps** ia tedious and ineffective. Toe nutaanoe
oan ooiy be abated by tha prompt action of
(lotion and tho Caterpillar.
We saw for ourself on Taesdsy and Wednes
day the oondition of the ootton crop, and its
greatest enemy, tbe caterpillar,.in a county in
S n'hwcsterni Georgia that may, perhaps, be
taken as a fair index in both respeote of tho
sitostion In that section.
While the worms are perhaps not so nnmer-
onsaa last season, nor so retire in their move
meets, they are urdiubtedly there, and in anf-
floient foroe to fairly ravage the crop, under cer
tain oondition* Those we saw were for the
most part “webbing np,” snd therefore tempo
rarily quiescent. When that process has been
oonolnded acd the fiy appears end commences
to lav again, then look ont.' The destruction lo
Ute ootton will be trniy terrific. Even as it is,
there dees not seem to ns any possible chance
for tbe top orop. With an extremely favorable
season tho middle crop may get snch a start
that when the worm does commence work again,
it cillbe so far advanced as to defy bis attack.
Bat even this cannot be anticipated with any
thing like confidence nolees the crop is forward.
These conclusions are based npon the pre
mise of the crop ia its natural state—no ex
terminators having been used. Where poison
bas been applied, they may or may not be
changed. We think some ootton has been saved
by it* applioation—certainly the chanoss of
yonng ootton have been strengthened, bat oar
observatloa was neither extensive nor close
enough to warrant a general verdict either for
or against the efficioy of the applioation.—
Those who have tried it, differ decidedly on
this point. It strikes ns that this diversity of
opinion may be uceonotod for by the diff.-renoe
in the time of applioation. If the poison was
naed early and jndiolooaiy, then its results
were benefioUI. If not, either net at oil. or
not so much. We are inclined to tho opinion
that if the poison bad been nsed npon the fiy
instead of the worm, or perhaps npon the
leaves of tha plants, previous to the laying of
tbe egg. very different results might have been
, Most persons, we fear, applied it too
We shall not he at all astonished to gee the
crop of Sratbwesiern Georgia fall off folly one
third from this oanee alone, and with unfavora
ble seasons mnch more. It is opening rapidly,
and where picking bas commenced tbe work is
going on with great vigor. For the next thirty
days there will be a great demand for nimble
flngera tn the ootton fields of that seotion ; and
if anybody, white or black, wants work and does
not objeet to go into the oonntry to gat it, they
otn have a fill of it down there.
We were greatly surprised daring a abort ran
dasra the Southwestern railroad a day or two
aino. to find that tbs Tzoxoaira xxo Mzaszx-
oxn still continued to circnUte in tbe section of
ecnntry throngb which that road run* We hod
been led to think otbersrise from statements
that had reaebed ns. We saw men actually
reading that piper, and wbat was still more
illogical and astounding, paying sway their
money in new, and renewing old subscriptions
It may be that they were all demented, bnt
nevertheless sneh was the fact. Snch evi
dences cf indifferenoe to “live journalism” are
indeed among ths most alsrming signs of the
An esteemed friend from Twiggs aaya antici
pations of the ootton product of that connty
have dwindled very mnch in the past taro week*
There is no complaint of caterpillar, but the
rust has appeared extensively in the ootton,
which trill cut down the yield very ranch, and
the weed Is not fretting as it ought to. He la
confident the crop of Twiggs trill bo light
Tax Ibiwb—i—The Yellowstone ex
ploring exposition has demonstrated the fact
that that river, with but slight interruptions, is
navigable from the point at which it issues
from tbe mountains tn its month, where it falls
into the Missouri. Ita width varies trom 500
to 600 yards, tbe current runs from thraa to
four miles an nocr, andlhe only obstructions to
cavigattion are a few sand-bars, that could be
removed at little expense. The stream is re
garded as more suitable for steamboat naviga
tion than the upper Missouri, and the opinion
of tho explorers is that it can be navigated by
boaua drawing three feet of water from the mid-
die of May to the first of August. The total
length of the Yellowstone ia about 550 miles, and
of this abont 350 miles trill soon be opened to
Western steamboat trade. It passes through a
oonntry that ia heavily wooded and of great fer
tility, end the stream near tt* source open* np
seme of the finest mountain scenery of our coun
try. The Yellowstone should be utilized by the
removal of obstructions.
THE GEORGIA PBESS.
Nirraxs of the Atlanta papers reaebed this
efioe yesterday. Did tha “biler bust”—or the
money “gin eont 7”
Mcs SoPHia W. Hxeos-jtzs, for many years
a rerdrat, at d one of tbe first settlers of Co
lumbus, died at Scdety Hill, Alabama, on Sun
day morniog She was the first wife cf General
Sowell Wootfolk, who was killed in a deal in
1831, by Joseph T. Camp, and afterwards mar
ried to Mr. D. Hargroves.
UxpivmiBL* Canp Reposts —The Calnm.
bos Enquirer, of Wednesday afternoon, says
Unfavorable crop reports continue to pile in.
We yesterday saw planters from Chattahoochee
snd Stewart eonmies, Georg 1 * who report that
in addition to tha caterpillar, the bill worm is
depndtting heavily. They think far less ootton
will be made in their sections tbtn was made
there last year. Neither has enough corn been
made to aonply tbe wants of the ennnuy. Ad-
vioes from Giranville, Alabama, state that not
more than half a crop of enttoo will be produced
on the rich lands of that erction. Forties from
Harris report the boll worm as heavily appear
mg in some portions of that connty. Altogether
ernp'prospects may be regarded as discourag
ing. eo far as a big crop tf either enm or cot
ton is concerned. Onr werebou : o men and
oontmiaaion merchants are cow basing their ea-
tims'esof tbe receipts! G-'Inmbn* st from 45.000
to 55 000 instead of 70.030 to 75,000 os was
tbongbt probable a month ago.
Mr. W. Dicxzttaos, of Bavannah, died at
MiUedgeTitle oo To.-sday. On tbe s«me day
Mr. Martin Daggsn, a prominent citizen of Ba
vuinab of Irish birth, died of oongeitive
chill* Ha bad b*<n a resident of Savannah
since 1843 and was one of tbe fonndors cf the
Irish Union Society of that city.
A Noaaow Esanpz Fzoac Dxinr —Under this
head tbe Savsnnali News of Wednesday, has
For eometlmo past rumors have been in cir
culation io reference to tbe domestlg- rel*
tions of oertaln persons residing in tbe west
ern portion of the oity, and some of the
stories related are of qu'te a serious charac
ter, and have been tbe subject of considerable
dtsenaaion in various quarter* Oot of regard
for some of the pe-sons intimately oocceoted
with the affair, efforts have been made to
prevent, if possible, any farther reports, bnt
lt appears they have proven nnavailitg On
Monday night last a yonng lady of the honse,
who had beea ill for a day or two*and who
had been attended by a physician, gave nn.
mistakabte signs of having been poisoned
Upon investigation it was ascertained abe
u.d givt-n a d >se of angsr of lead
in mistake, possibly, for other medicine
prescribed by tbe attending physician. The
sadden and alarmirg change in her oondition
was the scarce of mnch do qalttnde and exaite-
ment in the honse, and h messenger was at
oooo dispatobed for the nearest physician, bnt
he was absent on professional duties. Fortn
nateiy, however, bis assistant was present and
speedily responded to the summons. Upon his
arrival be administered an antidote which bad
tba effeot of relieving the lady from her peril
ous situation, und by nine o'clock yesterday
morning she was considered out of danger, and
is no v slowly recovering. The explanations
concerning the affair are not entirely sa'iafao-
tory, and tbe matter will, doubtless, be a sub
ject for investigation at an eir'y day. It is as
serted that one of tha inmates of the honse is
believed to be insane, and that efforts will be
made to beve ber removed to other quarters,
in order to guard against serious danger in the
Mo. Jocxa Cr.uts, watchman of the steamer
Katie, while walking on tbe wharf on Bay
street, Angnsls, on Monday mgbt, fell a dis
tance of fifteen feet, and received painful £nd
probably scrions ir jury.
Ths Air Line railroad, which was finished on
Monday, is said to have oost $8,000,000, and
some miles of it oost $30,000 per mile.
The Socith.Johsscs Dirricci/rr.—An Atlanta
correspondent of the Savannah Advertiser and
Republican, under date of the 24th instant,
writes os follows:
There is oonslderablo private discussion and
any am-.net cf minor as to the present stains
and real nstare of the correspondence between
Governor Smith and ex-Governor Johnson,
since the publication of the latter’s rejoinder in
the Augusta papers. Jnst how tha matter
stands no one seems to know. The Gnvernor
is reticent, and most that ia pretended to be
known is surmise, and may or may not be cor
rect. It seems, however, to be certain that
some correspondence ia going od, Ibe exact na
tnre of which tbe public will not know till tbe
isane between them ia settled in some way. It
is rumored that Governor Smith bas demanded
the fullest investigation, ard that tbe issue be
Fqnarcly met, and that this demand was not
sent by mail, bnt by tbe hands of a friend. This,
however, may be only idle rumor; inderd,
there is no way, st present, to verify it. I snp
pose, however, there is no danger of a dael or
anything farther than a fall disenssion with a
submitting of whatever proof or evidence may
exist on either side, and I trait tbe issue will
be amicably adjusted.
The Johnson Herald U the name of a new pa
per jnst started at WrightsviUe, Johnson connty,
by J. B. Allen A I. L Smith, with the former
as editor. We quote a portion of his “salnts-
tory” to give an ides of bnw the Herald will
sttnd on the great ifsnes of the day:
To tbe Oitlzrns of Johnson, and adjsoent
Counties, and the Fnblio generally.
In acsnmlng tbe position of a Journalist, It is
not without a feeling of great responsibility, to
tbe risiDg generation. Bat to all those sensi
bilities, which arises from a Conviction, that
how far wa may make onr self serviceable, in
upholding and promoting, the great cardinal
nrinoipals, of Society, (among which are. Troth,
V.rtue, aid Morality,) are to be tested under
the inspection, of an enlighten eommnnity.
Notwithstanding, we may be snrronndsd with
many embarrassments, (both mentally and pe
cuniarily.) It is onr Bincere desire of being
eervioeable, to onr fellow-man, and more espe
daily, in this hitherto, looked upon, dark, and
Now with tbe best of feelings towards all man
kind, relying npon the patronage, of a gener
ous. pnblio, and more particularly, the people
of Johnson, ana adjoining Counties, (In whose
midst we propose laboring )
We present jo yon, the first issne of, The
It is onr great dssire, to promote and uphold
Trntb, Justice, and morality, to impart instruc
tion, enlarge the understanding, strengthen
tbe memory, and incnlcste arise serious, and
virtnons dispositions. And boldly and fear
lessly attaot, and expose vice and immorality
in all of its Taried forms, whenever opportunity
The Herald says a large bnek and a rattle
snake were found lying dsad olose to each other
in the Ohoopie swamp oae day last week—tbe
latter, it is supposed, having bitten t v » deer
before it was killed by tbe deer’s hoofs.
A Qrz-nox roa Londlcbds—Brother Chris-
ty, of the Athens Watchman, has evidently
been badly treated by some land'ord recently
in the matter of victuals and sleeping accom
modations, judging from the following ■
It is a custom among certain landlords of
village hotels to locate the judge of the circuit
and a few other favored individuals in their
best rooms—to send for them privately and get
them located in tbe most desirable seats at
table—and to show them sundry and Tarions
other attentions not accorded to other tran
sient boarders daring conrt week. This may
all be well enough, if they pay extra for
these exclusive privileges. Bit do iheyt—
This ia precisely at hat the pablio srsnt to know.
Oae thing is very clear to tbe minds of the
commonest interests, and that is, if the favored
few are not subjected to extra charges, the
many who pay high prices for inferior accommo
dations are grossly swindled! The people are
disposed to inquire into this thing and have
it rectified. Nor is th s thing confined entirely
to village tavern* The more pretentions city
hotels assign their most eligible rooms to those
considered most distinguished by the proprietor
oroleik—to noisy travellers, distinguished for
“fas* and feathers,” while tl,e quiet, ipodeet
gentlomsa ia stowed away in Borne very small
room, poorly fnrr.iehe.1 and i!’y ventilated
Yet, when the latter ca'-ls to settle he it eharged
as mnch as the man who had elegant aoeommo-
dationa! This is downright rascality, mud no
honse ongbt to bs patronised by raepeetahle
gentlemen where ench a custom prevail* Let
first class accommodations be taxed so mnch
per day—second rate leas, acd third rata still
lower. In short, let each gueat be taxed In
proportion to what be receive!.
Brother 0. ought to “sling on" more style
when be travel* That’s the way to capture
n» w. M. Cxouch, of Dooly county, was
“lighlningizcd" a few days sinoe, and one eide
of his body oompletely paraljxed. He will re
cover, however, as we learn from the Fort Tal
Movrrztrwa, the same paper siya, is enjoy
ing a seanoti at chill* anu fever, and quinine ia
now the most popular beverage.
Tax lata revival at Mootcznms resulted is
twenty-three zensasions to tha Methodist
Tax citizens of Reynolds have petitioned
Mr. Wadley for a new depot to acoommodate
the growing bnsictsi of the place, which is
rapidly increasing. Several new dwellings and
badness houses are now being bnilt.
Tax Fort Valley Mirror has the folloiring:
Fxicas ot Bcrnra —We learn from a private
letter, that a d.ffiralty took place between Mr.
Bob. Garrett; and one Henry Merritt, abont a
settlement. Merritt cursed Garrett and give
him tbe He, done np in a small package, and G.
reciprocated tbe favor "
by kiockiog M. as flat at
a pan c.ke. Tbe town Marshal interposed,
ard they sternly reaieted the officer and wonld
not be arrested. The policeman was forced to
cse a vi ry striking argument in the way of on
old gun barrel, oo Mr. Nnek Garrett’s eraninm
to eonvinoe bim that he wm encroaching on the
municipal ordinance* Toe other man was
struck with a four ponnd weight and several of
his ribs fractured. He is said to be in a very
Ths Western Uoion Telegraph Company are
putting np new poles for i's lines along the
Maoon and Western Railroad.
Tax Ltwrenoenlle Herald asys it is estimated
that the corn crop of Gwinnett this year will
ba snfiloient, if squally divided, to famish
thirty seven bushels of cora to each man, wo
man and ch-Jd io the cramy.
At the Giod Templets’ oratorical contest, at
Atlanta, on Tuesday night, Robert P. Hilt, of
Atlanta, won the fir.t pr zs; B. F. Picquet, of
Angnsta, tbe second, mud J. B. Johnson, of
Gr.ffin, the third.
Ifhat Grant Thinks of the Third
The Herald Washington correspondent col
lates in Moaday's israe of that paper the views
of various persons ia different parts of the
oonntry on this snbject, and among them those
of the person principal y interested. He says:
A few evenings before be (Grant) left the
Branch on bis Nuithern tour the artio es refer,
red to were the topio of ccnveisition among
those familiar as his bonsubold with tw>or three
visitors, relatives of the family. Daring tbe
conversation ’he Prt sident was a good listener,
leisurely pifflig his cigar, with his dex'er
leg resting on tbe left, when the question
was asked what he thought of tbe di°cnssion.
Wby,”heoaIm1y replied,“it doesn’t interest me
to the least. It is no badness of mine to manage
tbe politics of the Oonntry. Tae execution of the
duties of tbe office of President are as mnch as
one man can attend to,and a good deal more than
I find agreeable. It is pretty well known that
I reluctantly consented to give np my commis
sion as General, even when the snooeis of the
Republican party was assured; bnt, having
accepted the nomination, I was bonnd to stand
by it. Toe eecond nomination was equally no-
sought, though I freely told my friends I
thought the party owed me a vindication for
having imposed with the office tbe aspersions
of their politioal enemies. I didn't bargain for
that, and thought the charges n fleeted more
justly npon tbe party for having made the mis
cake. I was perfectly sati fi d what tbe resnlt
wonld be st Poilnd'-'lpbia, as I was of what
wonld follow in November. It was none of
my bnaine°* except to accept or decline a
privilege I k iow some of ont friends
wonld be glad to bvve. Let me see; this is
Aogn-t—March to Angast is fire months, and
now the newspapers are anxious to know if I
am to serve a third term when tbe second ia
hardly begun. The way Congress bas treated
all my reoommendatiens doesn’t make me ap
pear either teflnential or daegeron* I often
think of Linooln’s answer to the importunate
applioant for army honors—T haven’t any in
fluence with this adninistration, my friend;
yon will hive to appeal to Gongrer*’ If the
newspapers want to koow whether I will he re-
nomir.a’ed why don’t they quiz the party that
elected me ?’”
“Why don’t yon ailenoe this rqnabble by an
nouncing yonr intention to retire to private life
at the end of the term? ’ asked one of the com
The President promptly answered—‘ Y m for
get tbe fate of Colfax. Will it not be time
enongh to refasc when the refusal is at my dis
All of which we take to mean that B'i kis ia
not only “willin’’ bnt anxious.
Extra Bioaxos—CnicuiiVENTnio a Rail
way —A Mjrristown, Nsw Jeraey, correspon
dent of the New York San show* how a rail
way may be circamYonted on the extra biggage
qn6Stion by the following illustration:
The M’sr.e8 Hunter, of this town, haying
spent an agreeable nammer vacation from their
home, lately arrived in New Y*>rk, previous to
their starting for Morristown, and purchasing
at the Mirria and Ecex depot the necessary
tfeketa, prasen f ed the p&nn to tbe baggage
master. r» soectfally requesting him to have
their trunks, seventeen in number, checked
Tbe th r ewd dignitary gave a long, shrill whistle
and informed them that tbe express olfioe was
tbe proper place in which to apply if they
wished to t*ke their trunks with them, as each
pafsanger wes allowed bnt one hundred pounds
baggage. Iuqairy at the latter place revealed
tbe faot tbfit ibe exorbitant tariff of $1 25 was
was demanded for e&eh trank. Upon the ladles
remonstrating the expressman gallantly re
lented, and agreed to serxl the contraband
goods for one dollar eaoh. Bat the ladies, re
membering that a pacsenffer (and a trunk if he
choost-) is carried over the road for eighty
centa, demurred even to this magnanimity, and
without farther ado qnietly w&'ked to the
ticket-ofilse and bon^h r . fifteen tfckeN. These
they exhibited, and tbe baggage ofSrial gave
the ladies the cVckn which they sought. The
rranlt of this finar cial maneuvre is that the
Missra Hnn»er have fifteen tickets, only two
being demanded of them by the conductor ; as
they are good until ved, according t > stipula
tion, the company may be compelled to trans
port fifteen passengers, with as many tranks,
if necessary, from New Yoik to Morristown.
The Healthiest City on the Continent.--
Charleston, says the News acd Conner, may
fairly c?aim to be the healthiest city on the
continent. With upwards of fifty thousand
inhabitants, the official bill of mortality for last
week gives a total of bnt JifCeen death*, four of
which were from infant lockjaw, and the rest
from ordinary disease*. The deaths for the
corresponding week lad year, which was gen*
erally considered a healthy season, were twenty’
nine. In this connection it ought to be men
tioned that notwithstanding the leeent heavy
rains an in&pection of the drains and low lots
in the city discloses tbe gratifying faot that
very little water has been left on the surface.
Everything presages an early and active open
ing of the fall trEda, and unless the signs are
very deceptive, tbe bnsiness of Charleston, dur
ing the coming winter, will be tha heaviest and
moit profitable that she has ever known.
One day last week the grass in & swamp sit
uated in Hopeviliedale, CL. was cat, acd the
question aro*e among the laborers whether it
was dry enough to be carried into the barn.
To test this a lighted match was thrown into it,
and in about five eighths of a second they were
looking aronnd for tbe hay. One of them then
thought of his vest in which he had a small roll
of greenbacks, and which he had thrown down
somewhere. He found the place where he had
left it, and that’a alL The swamp now resem
bles a bnrning Vesuvius, as underneath the sur-
iaoe there is heat to the depth of eighteen or
twenty feet, and which is on fire, and will prob
ably burn until the swamp is inundated by the
A Negro Party.—Tim on telegraphs the
Richmond Dispatch from Washington, the25ih,
Several of the leading lights belorglng to the
colored element of the Radical party nere have,
in imitation of the colored people in Ohio, ocme
to the conclusion that to carry out completely
the principles cf their party U is necessary
that they shall cut themselves entirely aloof
from their white brethren acd put none but
Africans on guard. The determination to In
augurate a black man's party causes a very
dlftBgresable sensation in the Rsdical party, and
is destined to make a very serious split, fts it
will not confine itself to a local character, bnt
is certain to spread throughout tbe States.
Spain—ACalrs at Cartagena.
Madrid, August 28 —A dispatch from Ati
eante, says the insurgents* iron-clad frigates Xi
maneia &n1 Mend z Xomz, left Cirtagena h<r
t>or on Sunday last and proceeded to the tfSL
to attack the Spanish Republican fleet under
Csammind of Ailmrai Lobos. The Government
vessels could not be fonnd, and tbe insurgents'
squadron returned to Cartagena. The Naman
ci* and Mendez Xancz. are now posted at the
entrance of the habor with steam np ready for
immedi&'e sc ion.
Vice Admiral Sir Ha-tirgi Y^lverton, com
caander of the British Medi crranean squadron,
still retaics possession of the intransigent ves
se!s Vittcna and Almwzi, which were captured
off Malaga. The intransigents in Cartagena
are very resolute, and are rendering the place
impregnable. Toeir only dinger ia from inter
nal di&cord. The members of the Moderate
party have requested foreign codsoIs to obtain
amnesty from the Midrid government.
Cirtagena is completely invested on the land
side by the R?pnblican forces under Gen. Mar
It is reported that a mutinous spirit prevail!
in the tqaadron under Admiral L>bos.
Effects of tbe Great Morm.
Halifax. Angast 23 —Dispatches from Syn
drey report thirty vetsels driven ashore—many
buildings prostrated—crops throughout the
oonntry devastated—bridges washed away. A
tidal wave, ten feet high, carried fifty v<jrsels
at anchor all eshore. The Canara steamer
Alpa, there with steam np and anchors down,
succeed)d in holding at the breakwater, bnt
was badly d%mi*ged. Tbe destruction of ship
ping in Oouf Bay wa* frigbtfal.
From tub a.
Havana. August 28 —Tho Inrargetts occu
pied Naevitas from eve to dawn on the 24tb,
when they retired.
A Prize FJfftit Stopped.
Phuadylphia., August 23 —Tbe police stop
ped a pr)Z* fight between Djnovau Rod Mnr-
r*y Tbe principals and ten others were ar
Death on a Rtenmntifp.
G. Johnson, a well known citizen of Mobile
died yesterday, on board the stumer Yazv>,
shortly after starting for New Orleans. The
steamer Btoppod at New Castle and the body
was returned to his friends here. Tbe deceased
bad been nnder treatment at St. Joseph’s Hos
pital for some time previous.
Italian Immigration to Port Royal.
New York Angast 28 —The World says the
Colon-Zition S loiety of Port Royal, South Caro
lina, ha* entered into contract with the Italian
Labor Exchange of this city, by which fifty
Italians are to be sent to Port Rij&l each
Teatfmoil!* I to Ttiler*.
Nxw York, August 28 —A meeting of French
citizen* resolved to present M. Thiers with a
thousand dollar copy of Irving’s Life of Wash*
ington, with a snitable address.
Loyalty In Brooklyn.
It is stated that a large amonnt of Brooklyn
securities are missing. It is understood that
the late Assistant Treasurer used them iu un
Madison, Angus! 23.—The State R9publioan
convention of Wisconsin nominated O. C.
Wasbburne for Govjrnoz. Their resolutions
denounce the increase of salary, acd demand
its repeal. They reoommend the board cf rail
road control to regulate transportation.
Columbus, Ohio, Angns*. 2S —The Eastern
express train last Dight o^llid^d with a freight
train standing on the track, fifteen minntes be
hind time, at Moundivlle. Tba engineer of tbe
express train was killed, end the mail agent and
twenty passengers ir-jmed.
Kntclde or Haute Officer*.
Boston, Angnst 28—Wm Boyce, of Boyce &
Sons, first President of the Lynn National
Bank, ont his throat in a bUh tab at the United
Poughkeepsie, August 28 —J. H. Rosincnest,
cashier of the First National Bank of Tarry-
town, oommitted suicide.
Mew Orleano Time* Sued.
New Orleans, Angast 28 —W. W. Howe, of
the LjuifiiHna Sapreme Conrt, sues tbe New Or
leans Times for libel, laying damages at one
hundred thou-and dollars.
Great Fire In Glonceater.
GlcuclStzr, Mas? , Angnst 23.—A fire here
has destroyed property to the amonnt of cne
hundred tbomand dollars, including the Cape
Shrevipibt, La , August 28.—-The steamer
Raby swamped, and one hundred head of cat
tle were drowned. Tne crew escaped.
One of the moat effluent and valuable of the
MINERAL SPRINGS OF 7IR&INIA,
Mtda portable and easily transmissible, even
by mail, in the term of a mass, which
has been entitled
Alum and. Iron Mass,
A product obtained frem the excellent Alum Welle
in Weehicgton county, Virginia. Dr. Lancaster,
propnetcr, by tbe process of evaporation, and poe-
aeaaicg all the wonderful virtues cf ihe water in a
ecu3ei*trottd, cheap, and convenient farm.
Tbe Maos is a fine tonic, alterative and absorb
ent, and J« etpecia'Jy Zattal to ladies. It has been
nwveread/ approved and
Endorsed by tbe 9edict) Profession,
Wherever introduced, both ae a deekterotum in
their macena, and as the b-«t popular remedy ever
offered, and txae never failed to give boo*faction.
For sale by
JOHN ISO ALLS,
aoglTtf sole Agent.
The French Dread Famine.
Paris, August 28.—A special session of the
Cabinet Conncil was held yesterday to consider
what measures the government may take to
allay the troab'es erased by the high price of
bread. It bas not yet transpired that any
definite action was determined upon, but mem
bers of the Cabinet were of the opinion that tho
government is nuthorizad to abolish discrimi
nating duties as to cereals, without convoking
tho Assembly for legislative action on the snb
Daring fhe past three month*, tbo French
railroads have sold three hundred and sixty
thousand tickets to religions pilgrims.
The Broken Cable Grappled.
London. August 28 —Ciplaia Halpin writes
from tbe Great Eastern that the broken cable
has been grappled and raised to the snrface at
the point designated by the electrioian; but
upon testing the wire tha fault w*s found to
be still to the eastward: The Great Eiatern
had experienced adverse weather. Series of
fogs and gales rendered the wo?k of grappling
exceedingly difficult, bnt Oiptain Halpin is
sanguine the fanlt will soon be fonni and
Don Carlos Tnsn-s an Order.
Bayonne. August 23 — Don Carlos bas issued
a stringent order a;airat interference, by his
forces, with railroad communication. A penally
of death ia deoreed for a violation oi t Li border.
TheCarliata are repairing the telegrapn line3
in the northern provicces.
Madrid, August 23.—The artillerymen of
tbe Barcelona garrison, who mutinied and en
deavored to bring aboat & general revolt, have
been tried by court-martial and twelve of the
mo6t guilty have been sentenoed to death, and
thirty to transportation to penal colonies.
The Deerbonnd’a Cararo.
It has been ascertained that the cargo landed
on the coast of Biscay by the steamer Deer
hound, consisted of condemned American email
Acting: In Concert.
The Government has information whioh leads
to a belief that the Carlists and intransigents
are actjng in concert.
A Johnny Bqll Sefnsez a Medal.
Vienna, August 23—Considerable exolte-
ment haa been created among those interested
in the affairs of the Exposition by the refusal of
an EuRhsh firm to accept a medal of merit,
which was awarded by judges.
Death or a Count.
Stockholm. Angnst 28.— Coant Monder-
etroem is dead.
Fort Sill Captnrcd.
New Orleans, August 28.—A special dis
patch from Waco, Texas, says the stage driver
brings news that a large body of Indians hav3
surprised and captured Fort Sill, Indian Terri
tory, ma’sscreing the women, children, and
nearly half the fourth United States cavalry.
The As«ociated Press, at New Orleans, has tele
graphed for an explanation of this report.
CmciG i, August 28.—The report from WaQC,
Texas, of an attack by Indians on Fort Sill, and
the massacre of women and children ard a part
of the 4th United States cavalry, is undoubtedly
an error. No report of such an attack has been
received at bheridan’s headquarters here, which
would certainlv have been the oase if one had
been made. Furthermore, the ^’h cavalry Is
■t Fort Clark on the Rio Grande, not within
500 miles of Fort SilL
Washington, August 28.—The War Depart
ment has no advices from Fort Bill.
Sale of Gold.
New York* August 28 —Tbe Government
awarded $1,500,000 in gold to oue bid of
Puamt Railroad Loan.
The Secretary of the Panama railroad com
pany aays a loan of $.o00,000 has ja?t been
consummated with the Pacific Mail Steamship
company on the terms meriioned yesterday,
viz: • guarantee of a bill of Pale on six of the Pa
cific Moil’s beet steamers. Tie Pacific Mail di
rectory o$ a meeting to day appointed a commit
tee consisting of Capt. Bradbury and Messrs.
Stebbins and S * go to close the transaction with
the panama ootnpeny.
7* 1 * Democrat fa Compromise.
SaN Franc:-o \ August 28.—The Democratic
legislative municipal convention have effected
a compromise and nominated Phillip Roach and
Frank Me Coffin for tbe State Senate.
Jeff Davie Retifitt.
MxMPHia, Angnst 28.—Jefferson Davis has
resigned the preeidenoy cf tbe Carolina Life
Synopsis Weather Statement
War Dzp’t, Osncx Cuzur Signal Otticxx,
Washington, Ac gust 23.
Probabilities: In New Erg’acd, and thence
westward over the lake region, the pressure will
diminish slightly, wnh light ea*te»ly to south
erly winds, and partly cloudy or clear wea f her;
for the Srath Atlantic States, rising barome
ter, light northeast to southeast winds and areas
of light rain, followed by less cloudiness and
rising temperature; for theGnlf States, thecoe
northward over the Oflio Vol’ey, lower tempera-
tnre, increased pre<u>nre, light variable winds
and partly cloudy weather; for the northwest,
higher temperature, with light southeast to
southwest winds and generally dear weather.
Fat*! Cow DIaense.
St. Ions, Aueust 28 —Sjme twenty fivo
cows have died here within a few d*ys from
Spanish fever, or Texas oxttie disease. Every
precaution fcas been taken to prevent a spread
of the plague.
Downingt^n, Pa.. August 28—A passenger
train from Philadelphia, last night, ran into
cattle train, at Chester Valley. A flrgman was
killed. The passengers escaped.
B. P. WALKEB.
(Late of S. T. Jk B. P. Walker.)
J. H. DOBB*,
(Lateof Wise, Dobbs A Co)
The Late Sform.
Halifax, Angnst 28 —Accounts of the recent
disastrous storm in thi9 province are continnally
cominfi to hand. The gde was severely felt in
tbe town and connty of Picton. Io tbe harbor
the tide rose to a great height, and in the town
trees, fences and chimneys were blown down,
and goods acd obattds scattered in all direo
At least twenty schooners were driven ashore
on tbe side of harbor, bnt mcs!; are believed to
be comparatively free from damage. Seven
vessels «ro ashore at Port Mdgrove, four at
Pimte C >ve, four at Port Hawketbarg, and foar
at Port Hood.
Eastward of Halifax the gale was tbe fiercest
known for years. Buildings, trees and fences
wore blown down and strewn in every direo
tion? and it is reported that two unfinished
chnrohes were blown down at Cape Ray.
The same accounts of the disastrous effects
of the hurricane come from other sections of
the province to the westward. Tho fruit crop
has been almost wholly destroyed, and within a
radius of two hundred miles feuoes, trees and
bams are prostrated and shipping damaged.
The frnit orop of Kings connty and adjoin
ing counties seffered terribly, bnt no estimate
can he formed now.
Six brigs and eight schooners are ashore and
dismasted at Cow E*y, a number of others are
diamaited, bnt are atill afloat. Basides, there
are a large iinmber of fishing schooners ashore,
which have been generally smashed np beyond
all hope of identification.
Tho number of disasters to voxels at Cow
Bay, amount to fifty-six, including vessels
ashore and dismasted.
So far as ascertained,bnt one life was lost. Dar
ing the height of the gale, the crew of the brig
G. J. Troof, being in great danger from Ire
mendous seas breaking over the ve.«sal, Captain
Mo Arthur had a boat hanled over the sands,
a distance of two miles, and launched to succor
the exposed crow. The boat was manned by
C&ptain McArthur, Ralph Candor, Captain
Martel and his brave fellows, and wore suc
cessful in saving the lives of those on board—
eighty of them—who wonld, in all probability,
otherwise have perished.
Not in the memory cf any residsnt has snch
destruction been known. At the breakwater,
ereoted at an enormons outlay, tbe sea played
fearful havoc. All the new work and a portion
of the old one is gone. The docks are also de
The damage to wharves is expected to reach
.$100,000, while other damages, including that
to shipping, will probably foot np over $100,-
000. It is thought over one hundred vessels
have been drawn ashore at the several harbors
at Cape B*eton. Seventeen barks and schoon
ers are ashore at Sidney. It is said that this
does not raolnde all tbe vessels destroyed, es the
fleet of Pr*nch schooners put in there during
the gale, and in all probability many of them
were wreoked. Eight vessels are ashore at
Gnisborough, and every wharf in tho hirbor
TIia Great Eastern Heard From.
New Yobk, Angnst 28 —The cable office in
this city reoeived the following: The Great
E lBtern was, on the 20:h inst, in latimde 58
north, lonfjitnde So 46 west. The weather has
been vary foggy and boisterous. Oat of twen
ty days wo had only alx'y-nine hoars of work
ing weather. With fine weather, Captain Hai-
pine has groat hopes of sneoeos in reoovering
and repairing the cible of 1865. The cable
picked np was in good oondition.
The Brooklyn Defalcation.
It is new known that the Brooklyn city Treas
urer is involvi d in the common catsatrophe of
the Brooklyn Trnst Company. Lite last night
it was ascertained that the city treasury had
been rebbed of a largo amonnt and that Bad-
man, late Assistant City Treasurer, acd Secre
tary of the Trust Company, was the guilty
party. Kidman, noting in his double capacity,
was enabled to cover np the deficit by making
falsa statements, covering Ihe emount of city
money on deposit in the Trust Company. The
total defalcation is $203,000.
Spragne, the Treasurer, i3 responsible for the
loss, lie hns sold bis stock in the Brooklyn
gle for $55 000. Tho bondsmen are folly
responsible and will not lose. It said they have
pledged themselves to make good any deficiency,
and that Spragne has made a a assignment of
his property to piy, even to his himehold
goods. There are those who assert that Mills,
of the Brooklyn Trnst Company, who was
drowned at Caney Island, was implicated with
Kodman in this deficiency.
Mississippi (radical Convention.
Jackson, Angnst 28.—The Bepublican State
Convention is still in session. Nominations:
A. K. Davis, for Lieutenant Governor; James
Hill, for Secretary of State, both colored.
Treasnrer, Auditor, Attorney General and Su
perintendent of Einoation are yet to be nomin
ated. Senator AJoorn has deolered egainBt the
ticket, and annoncoes that he will address the
people at Representative Hall, to-morrow night.
The Health of Near Orleans.
New 0cleans, Angnst 28.—Extravagant re
ports regarding ths health of New Orleans hav
ing been circulated elsewhere. Dr. O. S. White,
President of tho Board of Health, publishes a
oard, in whioh he says: “At this date (An
gnat 2S:b) only one oa»o of yellow fever iu un
der treatment in private practice, and another
case in the wards of the Charity Hospital.
These are the only eases known to the Board of
Loss by the Belle Vernon.
Cincinnati, August 28.—Latest advices from
the sunken steamer Belle Vernon piece the
number of lives lost at foar—tho engineer snd
fireman, from Cinoinra’.i, and two deck psssen-
gers, from Shawnee, IU.
Galveston, August 23. —Tba baa! h cfficer
has issued an order that from and after 8anday,
August 31s% *^4 vessels from New Oflaan3 or
Brashear bo eubjeot to detention at the
WALKER afe DOBBS
Successors to Wi3e, Dobbs A Co.,
IMPORTERS OP AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
CHIN*, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
SILVER-PLATED ME, POCKET A1 TABLE CETLEEY,
COAL OIL. LAMPS, BURNERS, WICKS, CHIMNEYS, ETC.
CHANDELIERS, CAS AND KEROSENE FIXTURES.
We wonld call tho attention of Merchants to our immfn'6 and varied stock ot the shore goods,
feeling that we can give entire satufacuon in regard to quality and pi ice. Our retail department ia
also com jleto.
WALKER & DOBBS.
ROSS & COLEMAN.
Boots aid Shoes!
Hats and Notions!
THE ATTENTION OF
la earnestly callod to the faot that we are now prepared to savo them both time and money iu the pur
chase of their
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Dry Ms, Boots, Sloes, Hats, aid notions.
WE SELL AT
ODE STOBEEOOH BEING ADEQUATE, ENABLES D3 TO KEEP THE
LIRCEST MO MOSt COMPLETE STOCK
TO BE FOUND IN ANY MABKET
11ST THE SOUTH.
With ample moans to taka advantage of all DISCOUNTS and DEIVE3, and with expenses less, by
ha'f, than any house doing the same amonnt ot business, we feel warranted In saying that we can make
Prices and Terms Equal to Aliy Market iu Hid Union
A haaTy alock of FACTOSY GO0D3 always on hand at Factory Piicsa.
BOSS & GOLEM AN.
TOLEN from my pram «rg in Lea county, five
_ 1 cr 8 x bead of cittle of the following descrip
tion: O-e deep cream colored, onede-p r e l and
cne bnndlp con:—»U yonng cow*, ana marked with
awa’low f *rk in the right and a crop and awallovr
fork in tLe b ft ear. Aleo a tm*U wti*e and black
steer, marked w : ih an nnderbit and sallow fork
the left and an under and over lit a^d swolliiv
fork in the riKbt ear. Or e or two oth*r y^nng cat
tle, mark* not recollected The abjve rewa d will
be p»id f jr proof to convict the ihitf.
B G TERRY.
I hereby prohibit all pardons f-ono hunting
in any way tresyaseing upon mj pr.miar b at *ny
time JL G T.
MY NAME Id
I am at my same old stand.
68 CHERRY STREET.
I keep as good
And famish as
As anybodv, and at REDUOED BATE3- Give me
call and X will give yon eatiaf&ction. acsri6 f
7B0M this date DK. WM. Ii. BUBGE33 may be
1? found, d*v and uij^bt. at hi* offlee over Rankin,
Maaeenburg & Co.’s Ding Etore, coiner Mulberry
and Third atreeta.
Macon. April 23. 1873. od4pr28ea
MILCH COWS EOR S ’ LE.
‘ ’ HAVE a numb°r of fine Milch Cowa. in good
order, wnici I desire to diepoae cf at fair
aug3 lawlw On the Columbus road.
GHAS. COUNSEL#AN & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Boom 74, Oriental Building, CHICAGO.
Refer to W A. Hoff. M*oon. mty2 Pm
FRENCH’S NEW HOTEL,
C OB. CORTL1NDT snd NEW CHURCH FTP. ,
NEW YORK. On ihe European Plan RICH
ARD P. FRENCH, eon of the late Colonei Bichard
French, of French’a Hotel, haa taken thw Hotel,
newly fitted np and entirely renovated tbe same-
Centrally located in the Baainese Part of tho City.
Ladjee’ and Gentlemen’s Dining Booms attached.
NEARLY OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEpf. : .
THIS EOU3E HAS BEEN THOBOUGHLY BENOVATEO FROM BASEMENT TO ATTIC.
BOARD 83 OO PER DAY.
P. WHELAN, Proprietor.
O. W. MASSEY
PATENTED JULY, 1871.
OULD take this method of informing tha public that tundrads are now In use from Virginia to
. , Ttxaa Wherever it has been introduced it haa prcven a eTCCES., and becoming in general use.
For the information of thoeewho have not seen the Gm in use wouw ,te te hat it rana itglitju
fast, cleats eeed perfectly, and makee a beautiful samp.e of oottoo. The roU box u so conetructed
that it ia impossible to break the roll or choke the Gm by any fair mean,, and a child ten years o.d. cut
feed it <u well as any one. All of which I guarantee, and warrant every Gin to give enure eaiiefaeuou
0r ra?e B tm E provement in my ootten »r roll box is, that it is longer at the top than where the cotton is
■ P Pmtiee"pnrSi*l»mg Ootton Gins would do well to look to this before purchasing other maxes, as I rm
determined to protect my fatzwt from any and all h fringemente
Paniaa niisbiog to pa'choae Cotton Gina would do well to examine THE EXCELSI0B cOTIUA uia
before purchasing. fcaxnp*ea cm be eeen at
CARHART & CURD’S, Agents.
JuIyiO dsoddm MAOON, GEOEGIA.