Telegraph & Messenger.
SATURDAY MOKyPyq^ AUGUST : o. lit :r
The D(»uiia9 Bnlllt Indian spring
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26 th brorgbt a storm of mirth end
to tbe McIntosh Homs®. At tbe nsual
be if/or dsootog, the ball-rocm was crowded
w tb *;*i!ore eeger for “it® light finftstio,
n-d tbe stirring strsins of the funon* K-I^r
B a.d wa« the signal for the fiat grsn.l march.
Oj account of tho excessive best of the even-
lug, only a few venter® J m »•*?"'* * cd t* 10 **
few soon threw aside costnrue and mae«p«
for a relief which on!yfre*h air conl.l give.
About two Lnndred dancer* and spectators wrre
crowded in the ball, and forgetful of the be it,
the eager danccri bethought ti)*iu«rlvc*< only
of l»eantifoi flgares and grace in
while the spectator* were too ranch 4v filled
with the aosne to realize t/uttiua:: n of «•:.»**
air and aweilenog beat.
The “Old Indian" seemed like Itself agnln.
The young and-tbe middle-aged mingled pro-
rniaeaonsly in the ianoera and fadrltll Tbo
hdies moved In sylph like forms aronnd the
t'psctona ball, aome with flowing robes of vari-
ons oolota (in domino) and eyee Lrlgbl with the
Jjv inspired by the occasion.
Vour correspondent took an occasional peep
at the fairy aoeoe and would fain draw a picture
here, hot the reality wonld too far exceed any
pm pifture that be might give; for there waa
Moa W„ of Montgomery, whose modest form
AQd manner and easy carnage and graceful dig
nity made her seem a worthy representative
from a qneenly conrt of the Euit. Mias <J. G. t
of Albany, baa often before graced thia ball
room, but never was abe seen through the
danoea of laat evening. Dancing ia as uatnral
and easy to her as tbo motions of the Angers to
* a well trained pianist. It iapleaaant to see her
smiUa thrown upon tho juvenile*, and the
boarty. graotfnl whirls she gives them when
they happen to approach her in the mazes of
Miss A. L , of Macon, towers with queer.’.y
form above many bright-eyed Misses that semi-
occaaionaily akip lightly with her in the ronnd
dance. Bbe looks a world of delight at her
favorite amusement, to wit: smashing gay fel
lows' hearts who venture a little on those sweet
smiles, which each one thinks abe intended for
Not to be mentioned amorg the regular
dtnoeri of the evening waa MisaE. K , from
the Weal*yan College. The abort raven locks
that sat so graoefnlly above her large blue eyes
contrasted moat pleasingly with tho prevailing
atylea of hair worn on the occasion.
Misses F. and W. L , of Macon, greeted the
large assembly with ft very laofbabla domino
bop and ronnd danee, something new, impro
vised for the occasion. Tbeir beentifa! move
ments were the remark of tho ovoning. And to
gether with their mirthful eyes and smiling
faces contributed largely to tbo ancooaa of the
Misa Alberta la, the baby lady of the Ic.d : an
Spring, made her mark, as usual, when tho
ball* resound with mirth.
Mias L. E. and E. 8., of Bulb?, with modest
grace, participated in the leading pleasures of
the oooeaion. Mias L E. is now contesting tbo
honor of belle of the Spring, aud wi-m t!: *
vote left to some of the awains that figured
largely in the late dance, it is very certain the
crown wonld be here, for the balance of this rea
son at least.
Not to be forgotten ia the ever cbeerfnl and
graceful Mrs. D., of the Lanier Home, whose
round, r railing faoo is soen quietly moving
tbrongh the varied danoe. She knows what
good dancing ia, and no one enjoys it more.
Too mnch cannot be said commendatory of
the Collier boys. The guests are all constant
in tbeir praises. No efforts are spared in
\ making all pleasant and happy. Qeorge is nr.
** jovial as ever; bis fan-loving dtspoiiuon
makes him a favorite with the geest*.
The season will not end at the Indian Spring
for at least a month yet. The reoent warm
weather is driving many back who left aome
daya ago, and many new visitors aro still com
ing in. The number now attending is about
one hundred and twenly-fivo.
It is to be hoped that tho prospect snggoated
by Mrs. Wadiey will be heeded by the citizens
of Batts, viz: the grading or macadamizing
the road from Forsyth to tho Indian tipring,
and next summer we will lookjor a more pros
perous aeaaon at this famons watering place
than has ever attended it before.
Rain sad Fsrrst Growth,
As there is mach discrepancy of opinion in
regard to the effeot of forest growth npon the
amount of rainfall, wo extract tbo following
from the proceedings of tho late Science Con
gress in Portland. Maico:
Professor Lovering wss in tbo obair, and
Profeasor Franklin B. Hough led off with pa
per No. 71, saying: In a work which I recently
prepared for the regents of the University cf
the State of New York I was able to collect
from all sources and various parties In aome
stations, for almost bAlf a centnry, about 2,000
years of rain of all reoords within tho titate of
New York, and in a volnme published within
the last year by the Smithsonian Iustiiuto
there ia a mnch more extended aeries for the
whole oountry. These extensive series are not
enough to determine with any show of accu
racy the secular changes, if any, that maybe
going on in tho amount of precipitation of
rain and snow, but Although they reveal great
irregularities in a aerio* cf yoars at any given
locality, they do not justify us in supposing
that in the general average of periods tho
amouut is sensibly IncroAsing or diminishing,
although they do show in Home c.mos j r< •*'r
tendency to dronth for a series of yoars to
gether, and often a more unequal distribution
of rain throughout the years.
This growing tendency to floods and droughts
way b« directly ascribed to the cleaning m» » f
woodlands, by which the rains qnickly find their
way into the streams, often swelling them into
destructive Hoods instead of sinking ir.to *•«>
earth to reappear am hpringa. Aside f.-o-n th.-
direct effeot of shelter and shade afforded by
trees, the evaporation of rain drops that fall
upon the leaves and the chemical action of the
leaves themselves have a marked influence on
the humidity and temperature of the atr beneath
and aronnd them. The contrast in a very dry
season between an open and ennbnrnt past are
and one interspersed with clumps of trees n.r.s*
have been notioed by every csrefnl observer,
and the actual relative profits of farms entirely
without trees and those liberally shaded, every
thing else being equal, will show, at least m
grazing districts, the Advantage of the latter in
the value of their annual products. Tho fee 1
that furniture in house* too much shaded will
mould is a familiar and suggestive instance of
the humid influence of trees, and tho nggrrgsto
result* of woodland shade may well « xpl.r'n ft.-'
fulness of stream! and springs in the fore-t
whioh dry up and disappear when it in removtd.
The eoooomio value of timber and our abso
lute dependruce on it for innumerable uses in
menofaotares and the arts, the rapidly increas
ing demand for it in railroad construction, and
the positive necessity for its use in tho affairs
of common lift*, even were its nsc a* fuel 1 »rg*-\v
supplanted by the introduction of mineral ooaI,
are toe obvious for suggestion. It is thisn?
oeesity rather than consideration of climate, or
of water supply, that has led in several countries
of Earcpe to ajstems of management and regn
latidn of national forests ss a measure of gov
ernmental policy and public economy, snob sys
tems have been devised to a greater or lo-; « x
tent in Unaai*. Turkey. AusTia. Germany. I: . v.
France, Earmark and Sweden, and m re re
cently in British India. The ex’eat of state
forest in Franee is about 3.130,000 acres, t<
whioh may be added l> acre* \ . '
to oommanes, corporations, hospital* and other
public institutions, making tho wh i!e # \ o:.t i f
forest under the management of the fere
ministration, S,4tk1,tX)0 acres, or about 1:'.
square miles. They are distributed widelyovtr
the country, a Urge proportion being in the de
partments of the east. Legislation in Fr.irce
having in view the preservation of forest c'. iefiy
dates from the ordinance of 1660, which fixed
certain time forth® cutting of forest belonging
to the state*. Tae clause wa* ics*rt«u by the
statesman Colbert “that in all the forests of the
states oak* should not be felled nalee* ripe-
thai is able to prosper another thirty rears.
The present French forest code was established
in 1817. It intrusts the care of public forest
to the Ministry of Finance, under a director
general, assisted by two admin's 1 rations—one
sharped with the managem-nt of fore*?*, and the
sale of products, and the other with the police
of the forest and the forest laws. Ir. the de
partments there are thirty-two conservators,
each in charge of one or moro department*,
according to the extent of forest in each. The
immediate supervision is intrusted to yirrfss
gtntrtaux, who live near and personally super
intend the work of forest guards. The latter
live in the forewt and sot as police over a cer
tain range. They personally observe the op
erationa and report all infraction* of the law*.
No timber U out until marked, and mo?.t of the
saw-mills are owned by the government and
rented to the wood merchants. The system
baa been extended to Algeria, where several
rainy daya have been added to July and Au
gust by forest culture. lb**® details might be
extended out; they would not have practical
application with tu, becanse our States, a* a
general rule, own no large forests, and we have
no strong oentral organization or means of en
forcing the stringent regulations which make
tbeir system a ancoes*. The title to lands in
oar older States, where the evils resulting from
the loss of forests are liable to be fir>: ft: .d mo»*
severely felt, baa already p«Fs*d into the baud*
of individuals, and from the theory of our owe
system of government the power that mr.?t
regulate and remedy these evil* must begin w:th
the people and not emanate from a central
sooroe. With ni thero are no great estates,
entailed on future generations, to keep together
and promising a reasonable hops of reward to
the family for a heavy investment in their im
provement, nor is there a reasonable prospect
(hai the mm estate of a wealthy citizen will
pa's unimpaired and nrdivided through one
generation of hi* di sceniionts. It should also
be reim n.t>rreNl, from the peculiar nature of
forr-Bt culture, ono generation miwht plant for
another to reap, as ihe eg** cf a foil.groan tree
very mach nxcoed* that of a ham an life. The
iM. t'ujeci for laud, planting, and protect
iirghf be earned wub interest juto another oen-
*arr, a ad for the benefit of a generation un-
The Noiafh*rn IIlatorlcalSociety,
3> much has been said of Jeff. DivU*speech
at the meeting of the Sjntbern Historical So
ciety, that a* a part of the history of the times
we give a review of the reunion by a corres
pondent of the Kichmond Esquirer, who
writes from Montgomery Spring*. It shows
bow tha rt constructed look at reconstruction.
The writer says:
Hinoe Thursday last, August 14, thia place
has bos n tb. centre of importaoc^ of Lewi
VirjlnU, for hsro ban boen gathered tbe Urgent
„ I moat dUtinooiidied crowd of Mootbern
military men that bare met siooe tbs wir. Tbe
moet prominent emccg them waa General
Jnb.1 A. Eirly, that dUtin-nUhed aon of Vir
ginia of whom Ur. Daria acid, in hia speech,
“never digged daring tbe war and never fal
tered ainoe," a min whom ws in Virginia know
to be u Iran an atael to bia old State. The
GenemVa form is bent, bnt hie nompeera tell
him eiccs bia stay here, and his aeaociation
with tbe fair daughters of tbe Sonny Sontb,
who qnita lion x > him, bo haa become three de
Admiral Semmea la probably Ihe next molt
“lionized," and, added to all bis lanrela won in
battle, ba ia &a oonrteooa a gentleman aa any
lady need wish to hire for a gallant. He ia ac
companied by big daughter, lire. GoUton, one
of tbe moet admired ladies here. Governor
John L-chter, although not a military man la
norm tbe lets crowned with immorUUa by onr
Indies fair. Ur. Davit, in bla reception on yes
terday, after tbe close of bia remarks, was tbe
recipient of many n sweet kiss from tbe ladies
fair, and many were tbe warm enake of the
hand be received from true-hearted Somberm
era of both sezeaL
Fifz Lee, the gallant cavalry commander, was
much aooght alter and petted by tbe ladies.
Among others here I can bnt mention that ele
gant and eonrteons gentleman, Colonel William
Preston Johnson, Generals Pickatt, Manry,
Mnmford, and many others whose deeds of
daring, patriotism and valor will go down to
posterity to emulate fntnre generations, to aid
in Ibe maintainance of constitutional liberty,
aneh as were given m by those “illoatrions old
codgers” whose atatnes aro grouped aronnd
Washington in yonr own beautiful Capitol
Square. Uasy were tbe tales told of the war,
ninny the reminiscences revived. General
Early probably baa a larger amount of these
old camp rtones ready than any of thereat,
although all had something to revive, some
thing to tell.
Bnt while these subjects were freely indnlged
in, other loptos cf news ard interests and
Southern politics were freely discussed—bnt in
all this assembly of “fire eating rebels” not one
word wav said that eoold have given offenoe to
the most bitter of General Grant's followers.
These men were the leaders of the “Lost Cause,”
yet In all this assembly, where we might have
(xpected to bear some word of bitterness drop
n tinwares, I did not bear a single word—all were
moderate; all were desirous of no loeger con-
tinning “a captions opposition” to General
Grant or tbe Federal Government, which Ad
miral Semmos said “mutt be onr country,” and
an American citizens, we only were deairoua of
obtaining a fair and impartial, bnt trmhfol,
record of onr actions.
Besides these men of Mare, I cannot fail to
mention tbe ladies—thoso fair daughters of onr
sunny clime, who aro yet unreconstructed, and
who aro to teach-futuro generations to love and
maintain constilntional liberty. These ladies,
gathered from every Southern State, are, In
deed, very beantifnl, and well do they repre
sent what ia known as Southern beauty. Some
one has-aill “I never row an ngly woman;"
I Certainly have not Been an ngly woman here.
The Virginia girls can easily bo distinguished
from their Southern sisters, for almost without
exception are the one blonde and the other
hrnnelto; they also dress in dtiTerent style and
fashion, and I’ve had no trouble in pointing
ont onr own Virginia girls, whose fair cur's
and brown or blue eye* aro very bright and
Rogers & Leman, general agents for
tho above now justly celebrated fertiliz
ing compound, would respectfully inform
tbo public that they have a supply now
ready for immediate delivery. It is just
the article needed for Wheat and Tur
It is no longer an experiment. In no
one instance bos it foiled to give satis
faction. Trice $15 for quantity to com
post a ton of 2,000 pounds.
ROGERS & LEMAN,
Gcn’l Agents Hollingsworth Block,
FR_ FR_ FR-
Cured and Prevented by
Radway’s Ready Relief
T P GHOLERA prevails aa an epidemic, tbe Pre-
reotire mea»urea are tbe m^t wise to adopt.
The L* vice, UoweU and 8tomarb abou'd be kept
r. gular. Radar*}'■ Fills, in small doses, will s«cr
thia rfqiiiitrt. K*d«r«r*a Ready Relief dilated
w»ter. to « teMpoonfal to a tumbler of water),
t»kt»n ** a dnt.k, three or fou* limes during the
d«y. «vl d einfect tbe malaria inhaled in ibe *ye-
tem. sod neutralize all acid or ucbealtbj elements
e*u«ed by the oocLbinatiou of tl.e malaria of '
aiQOtpbere with the gases of stomach, (which —.
efion m these 6”i lemics ac d). imputing warmth,
energy and health, ihronghout the system, and
preventing tbe separation of tbe waterv from other
properties in the blood.
If seized with CHOLERA, tbe Ready B-
should be given aa strong and often aa possible.
This will secure rest and told the properue* of tbe
blood together, ZQUauzise its circulation, prevent
ing congestion, and prevent i H o diminishing or
lessening of the pulse, and stopping vomiting and
purging. Tbe body should be rubbed with Beady
Relief from head to foot, and along the spine.
This wul impart new ene gy and \itality to the
nervous system, etop cramps, spurns, and induoe
free perspiration. Aa soon aa tbe stomach is
q listed, hi to eight of Bad way’s Fills (no danger
of ditrrba-1 need ce feared) should be given. The
Liver, Stomach and Bowels will at once te reetoied
to tbeir natural duties, and tbo neutralized ele
ments of diteaee be expelled from tbe system.
This treatment has rescued thousands from death.
Looseness, Diarrlcei, Cholera Morbus. Grasps,
Bpaems, etc, and all painful diechargea from t
bowels are stopped in fifteen or twenty minutes
taking Radway’s Bead/ Belief. No congestion
ii flimmation, no weakness or lassitude, wnl follow
tbe nee of tbe B. B. Belief.
BADWAY’S READY BELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE-
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEVH.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPTHERIA.
COLD CHILLS, AGUE OBILL4.
Tbo .pplication of tbe Remdv Relief to tbe pert
or ptrta where the pain or difficulty exiata wiU "
ford eue nod coir fort.
Twenty dropa in half a tnmbler of water will in
A few momenta core Cramp s, Bpaama, Four Stom
ach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Oobc, Wind In tbe
Boweia, and nil Internal Palna.
Travelera ebonld alwaya carry a bottle of Bad-
way'a Beady Belief with them. A few dropa in
water will prevent elckneaa or paine from ebange
of water. It ia better than French Brandy or Bit
ten aa a atimolant.
FEVER AND AGUE
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents. There
not a remedial agent in tho world that will core
Fever and Ague, and a 1 other Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided
by Bad way'a Pills) no quick as Badway’s Beady
r.eady Belief 53 cents per bottle, and PUla
cents a box. Sold by Druggists.
STRONG AND PURE BI0H BLOOD —IN
CREASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT—
CLEAR SKIN AND BEAU ribUL
ED TO ALL!
THOMAS U. CONNER
Has jnat received a new lot
beautiful Full Boeoma 'and
Fa ailed Boeoma, from 13 to 19
inches in tho neck. Tho Fall
Foeoma are tho coolest Shirts
THOMAS U. CONNER
Haas ep?ecdid fitting Summer
Drawer, from £8 to 60 inchea
waist, and all lengths of iuaoam.
THOMAS U. CONNER
Received yoa’erday a new stock
of Summer Nock-wear, in all
colora. Lavender and white for
evening weiv. linen Collars of
ail atylea and aizea
A FTW APmCAIIOXS MAKE A i.
Pure Blooming Complexion.
* Itta Pir^ly Vegetable, and its cpcraticnla
•sen and felt at once. It does airiv with tha
Flushed AFpearaaos caused by Heat Fmtisna
sud Excitement. Heals asd removes ail UoCcbee
and Pimples, «Ii*pcEirg dark and ursightly
ppota. Drives away Tan. rreckl<*« and Sun
burn. and byita grr.tJe but powerltl influence
ir.ar,t>s the iadod check with
^OUrilfTL BLOOM AND BEAUTY.'
J UST rncntved, a comi^rnicnt of CrTR2S3
SHINGLES, lived and drawn.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE!
For aalo by
B. H. WRIGLEY & CO.
Mereliaiiis Issnrascs km is.
Cl IT TREASURER'S OPFICE, >
Macon. Ql, August 22, 1S73.J
V ULporaona eo.hnx g:ola of any kind in tbo
city on comuidticn are required to make
L!y rt*turns of the.r talea at tb.*- (flico and pay
tho tax Iiiouraiice Afevl* Mat return tbeir pre-
minma month v and p*y tax on them. Any oae
fai.mg to comply with ice Ordinance, must not <x-
pect any indigene a after September lotii, aa dt-
f»u!:tr< Mill bo dealt with a* tbe Ordinance di
CHARLES J. WILLIAMSON,
JI»e mafia tbo moat aatonifbine enrea. Bo quick,
so rapid aro the changes the body undergoes, under
the iafinenoe of thia truly womlerfnl medicine, that
EVERY DAY AN INCREASE IN FLESH AND
WEIGHT IS SEEN AND FELT.
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Every drop of the 8AB9APARILLIAN RESOL
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body with new and sound material, bcrofula,
8yphi!ia, Consumption, Glandular Diset see, Ulcers
iu the Throat and Mouth, Tumors. Nodes in tho
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If ihe p&tient, daily becoming reduood by the
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Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases, bnt
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Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes.
Dropsy. Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of
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there is a morbid,dark,bilious appearanoe and white
bone dost deposit, and when there is a pricking
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and pain in the small of the back and alonv xnt loins.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth
Cared by Badway’s
Bevzszt, Miss.. Jaly 16,1837.
Db. Radway:—I liava had OvarUn Tnmor in the
ovarios and bowels All the Doctors arid "thero
waa no help for it ” I tried everything that waa
recommended, bnt nothing helped ma. I saw
yonr Keaolvent, and thought I wonld try it; bnt
: rad no laith in it. bccauro I had suffered lor twelve
years. I took six bottles of the Resolvent, and
one box of IUdway’e Fills, and two bottlee of yonr
Heady Relief ; aud there ia rot a sign of tumor to
bo seen or felt, and I feel better, smarter, and hap
pier than I have for twelve yeare. The worst tnmor
waa in the loft aids of tbe boweia, over the groin
I write this to yon for the benefit of others. Yen
can publish it if yon choose.
HANNAH 1*. KNAPP
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An Important Letter.
From a prominent gentleman and resident of Cm-
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New York, October 11, Ib70.
Dx. Bad wit : Dear Sir—I am induced by a sense
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or the working of your meoicine on myself. For
several years I had be*n affected with some trouble
in the bladder and urinary organs, which *ome
iwelre months ago culminated in a most terribly
tfilicling disease, which the physicians all said was
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mation of the kidneys and bladder, and gave it as
tbeir opinion that ray age—73 years—would pre
vent my ever getting radically cored. I had tried
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abing cures having been made by your remedies;
and some four months ago read a notice in the
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•ST Observe the following symptoms resulting
from Disorders of the Digeetive Organs:
Constipation. Inward Piles. Fullness of the
Blood in the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust of Food. Fnlinee* or weight in
the Stomach, Sour Eructauons, Pinking or Fictter-
mg at the Heart, Choking or stifferng Sensations
wnen in a Lying Posture. Dimness of Vieion. Dots
or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in
the Head, Deficiency of Parepiraton, Yellownees of
the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, < beet, Limbe.
and endden flushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh.
A few doace of Radway’s Pills will free the svs-
tem from all the above named disorders. Frice kfi
cents per bex bold by Drugguu.
“F ft TiMB A TVTT-t TRUE”
Sanfi one letter stamp to BAD WAY A OO. t No.
2 Warren, corner Llmrch ■ treat. Nr* York.
Information worth thousands will ba sent 700.
W. A. HUFF,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BULK MEATS, SALT, SYRUP, Etc.
CORNER CHERRY AND THIRD STREETS,
UNDER RALSTON’S HALL,
FLA.NNAGA.N, ABELL & C0-,
A HD —
General Commission Merchants,
135 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH. GA.
M ANAGING aganta for the Eopli.b fctonewa'I
Fertilizer, etc. Battzinjt »nd Ties farnl-hed,
ana liberal ca*h advances made on consignments
for sale in 8avannah. or on shipments to our cor
respondents in Northern, Easter or European
markets augl fc’m
A. M. Sloan. Arthur N- bollee. G. W. Wylly, Jr.
,yv - 3VT. SUOALKT efts CO..
General Commission Merchants,
Glagbom & Cunningham’s Range,
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
B AGGING and Tins advanced on crops. Liberal
ciah advances m*«de on confignm^nts for sale
in Savannah, or on shipments to reliable corr©«-
poudente in Liverpool, New Ybrk, JL'hiladolpuia.
Boston, or Baltimore. *au**l Bo1
W. Duncan. J. U- Johnston. M. Maclean
DXJXCAK, J0HNST0X & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
92 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH. GA.
SCHOFIELD'S IRON WORKS,
Adjoining Passenger Depot, Macon, Ga.
CELEBRATED WROUGHT IRON GOTTON PRESSES)
Ail acknowledge ita znperiorUy to any mode znywhere or by mnybofiy.
STEAM EXCISES A\D BOILERS, SAW MILLS, SUGAR MILLS AJd
KETTLES, IROX RAILING, MILL MACHINERY, ,CASTHGS
AMD MACHINERY OF ALL KIXOS.
Fauglit’s [Patent Gin Gearing!
W. O. SUBUTS. 8. f. AKID.
MORRIS & REID,
Provision and Tobacco Brokers, |
Boom No. 4 College Building, corner Foutth and
\\ alnut 8treeU,
Bafor to W. A. Hoff. m.ytl 3m
ANCHOR LIKE STEAMERS.
Sail from P.er 20, North River, New York
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
The passenger accm- I O LAXTERS are requested to call around and «*ea it. It is not necessary that you buy more than one
modationa cu oteazuero of I JL power to run your gin a lifetime. Many buy horse powers and nave to buy a gin gear next yexi
this line aro unaurpasi.ed This Gin Gear has an JLROX CENTRAL SUPPORT to prevent settling of gin h use, AN IRON KING
far elegance and comfort. I POST AND IRON BAND WHEEL SHAFT. Made only by
Cabin state rooms »re all [
on uppt-r deck, bus
curing good light aud van-
J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON.
BATES OF PAS3 AGE TO
GLASGOW, LIVEKPOOti, OB LONDONDEKBY.
Szt. Steamers. Wed. Hteamtr*.
Cabins $75 and $85. ilt and $05.
Cabin retnm ticket,
Becnnng beet ac-
OommodatioQB.; $180 $183'
Steerage, currency, $30.
Certificates for pataage from any seaport or rail
way station in Groat Britain, Ireland or tbo Conti
BATX8 AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHEK FILST-CLASS LINE.
For passage apply to
Or to 7 Bowlitg Green, N Y.
T. H HxrtDEBBOir; Agent, Macon, Ga.
NOTICE —Having n afio arrangements with Mescrs. SCHOFIELD A SON for the pole manufactora
or my PATENT GIN GEAR, with OENTRAL IRON SUPPOtti-.-all others aro warned not to * **, r „,
or sell tho same, as I shall prosecute to the txtent of the law all persons using or infnng r.g on ay
Patent. ' L. B. FAUOST.
Philadelphia. May 21.1873. In'yrtaha
ROGERS & BONkT
MONROE FEMALECOLLEGE |
-OFFEB FOB SALE
The Next Annual Session
MONDAY, ADGDST 18 a, 1873. j
BOARD AND TUITION FOR THE
TERM WILL BE $92 b0-
Wi*h& fill board of instruction and flittering ]
proapecta for future usefulness and success, the
institution invites the patronsgo of ita friends and j
For further particulars, app T y for catalogue to
R. T. ASBTJRY-
120,000 pounds Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
1,000 barrels Choice Family Flour.
300 barrels Refined Sugars,
ALL ARTICLES IN GROCERS’ LINE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
GEORGE "W. HEAD,
I'TrV.VTlll V V
WHOLESALE TOBACCO DEALER
A -TVm OXO-AIt IHAlNnjF’riLOTTTK.ER.
No.. 4 Blake’s Block. Poplar Street. Macon; Ba.
PATENT ANTI FRICTION
C3-I3ST <3- I
r ? BUNB TWENTY-FIVE PEN CENT. LIGHTEB than any other Goar made. It is made without
mortise, tenon, or a key to work loose. Every part bolted to iron. Over twenty in uae. All have
Is the mode of construction of whools suspended on Anti-Friction Balls, extended arm to carry the
Tolley and Tinlon Shaft.
All persons nsing or making any part of my Fatant, will be 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, anc.
All their Fittings for Sale,
Call and see at my Works, Fourth street, near the Brown House, Macon, Ga.
Send for Circulars.
Eff 0ELE4K MW EWE CO
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1805.
Bpetially Reinsured with the
ACT0KS’ & TRADERS’ INSURANCE COMPANY
Louisiana Mutual Insurance Company,
ALL OF NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
COMBINED CASH ASSETS. - - - - $3,773,072 63.
INSURES AGAIN ST FERE.
Losses Adjusted With Liberality and Paid Promptly.
JAMES H. LOW,
(Formerly cf Wood & [Loir, ard late President La- Equitable Life Insurance Co- of N. O.)
Manager Southern Department.
Office No. 10 Whitehall street, James' Bank Block. P. O. Box 106, ATLANTA, GA.
S. M. FARBAB & H. L. BACKUS,
Resident Agents. Office, Planters’ Banking Company.
MACON BOARD OF REFERENCE. (By Permission.)
C. A Nutting. President City Bank.
J. E. Jon. a. Preeider t Central Bank.
C Plant, President First National Bank.
. J. Lawton. Preeident Planters' Banking Co.
S. G. Bonn. Preeident Exchange R..,e
W. B Holt. Preeident houthseeurn Bailroad Co
lt W. Cnbbedge. of Cnbbedge. Hazlehnrat A Co.
R. H. Plant of L G. Plant A Bon.
Thotnaa Hardeman, of Hardeman k Sparta,
B. M azemore, of Adama k Bazemore.
John Cord, of Oar hart k Quid.
B. L. Willingham, of Lawton k Willingbnm.
I ft. Waxelbanm. of Waxelbanm k Bro.
1 J. W. Barks, of J. W. Burks k Go.
I J. B. Boss, of Bom k Ooionan
Joseph Dannenbnrg, of^lnMbaam k Danncnbnrg.
Thomas a Dempney.
naimrAoxvazBor ERNEST PESCHKE’S
star and tallow 'Macon Standard. Mean Time.
H AVING perfooted my arrangements to oorreot the silghtset error in tho time-keeping of my AM
Regulator, try the erection of an observatory and one of the moat approved TBANdlT INSTKu*
I : Z1 |\ I I I , |1. fitllil r fit I MENT9, for the purpose of ohBorving the meridian passage of tho sun and etars.Iw.il beat,e to keep
V/ IA A-» -L' Ip J-I Y t A 'J | the cx&ot Maoon meat, time to within a fraction of a aeoono,
Sxpeclnl Attention paid to the BepalrlM and rniloacot Bn. »e«»-. -ueiieeill
Offioo, No. 14 West Main Stroot, belwoen First and
Factory, Nos. 73, 75,77, 79 and 81 Maiden Lane,
between Ohio and Adame Streets,
Great Sontta Freisfit and Passenger Line
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
TO AND FBOM
LOUISVILLE.. KY. | BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND at.t. the NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTUBDiG CITIES.
Cash paid for Tallow, Lard and Grease.
i^THE MILD POWER
■ m mm
TTAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST
1~1, ample experience, an entire success. Simple,
Prompt, Efficient anil Reliable. They are the only
TpadiMT,— * ** * - * * —
them; so harmless as to be free from danver; anl X 4J A
. 3 efficaent as to be always reliable. They have t
highest commendation from all, and will always
render satisfaction. l*r Ice, ia large three-drachm
vials, with' directions: ^
Xo«. Cures. * Cents.
1. Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations, • • W
2. Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic, • • 50
3. Crying-Colic, orTeethingof Infants, • 50
4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults, . • 50
5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic, • '• 50
6. Cholera-Morbus, Vomiting, • • • • 50
7. Couchs, Colds, Bronchitis, 50
8. IVeuralffia, Toothache, Faeeaehe, ... 50
9. Headaches, Rick Headache, Vertigo, . 50
10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach, .... 50
11. Kuppreisedtor Painful Periods, • • • 50
12. Whites, too Profuse Periods, .... 50
IS. Croup, Coush, Difficult Breathinsr, . . 50
14. salt ltheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions, . 50
15. Rheumatism, Rheumatic Fam.% ... 50
16. Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Agues, 50
U. Piles, blind or bleeding, . • . . • • 50
18. Ophthalmy, and Sore or Weak Eye?, . 50
19. Catarrh, Acute or Chronic Influenza, . 50
20. Whooping-Cough, Violent Coughs, . 50
£S2SBK£^£»bW : g
•7. Kldney-»iit«ei • - ; • • M
ii Ker^'onii Debility* Semmal Weaknctt,
or Inro’.’-ntJvry. ... -100
•9. Bora Moutli, Canker, . ... • • • •
so ririnary XV.nlinf s«, Wetimtr tho Bed, 50
3ll F.Inriil Period., with SpMinj, . . SO
S2. SaiTcrlnK.ntChMigeofI.fe. - . . .100
13. Enllvp.ey. BpMm.. St Vita. Dane., - loo
34. »!plithtrli. Ulocmtcd Sore TtaMtjj. 50
35 Clironic Congestions ondinjpnons, 50
►. ri FABILY CASES.
Case (Morooeo) with ohovo 53 lorg. vfafc md
Jlsnual of Directions. . - - • «>» “J
rinse IMoiooco) of 30 large -mis snfi Book, 6 W
C S^-Th«V remedies nre sent by tbe
cate or single Box to any part or tbs
country, frie of charge, on receipt of
H ^ rr ’fiS^^lp S a?hi C c m Mediclne
D-rot, No. 5(2 Bboahwat. Nrsr
THREE TIKES A WEEK,
. _ OT
I ELEGANT STATE-BOOM ACCOMMODATIONS—SEA VOYAGE 10 to 12 HOUBS 8H0ETEB
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO,
Ami concect^ig Eo&fis West, In sllisnce with tbo Fleet of Thirteen First-Clues SteMnshipa to the short
Fcrta, invit 3 ettoation to the Quick Time xml Bogulxr Dlepxtch xfforfied to the bnsnoes pubnc m —
“ ‘ States at the *
PORT OB' CHARLESTON,
Offering fxcUitiea of Bxtl xnd Sex Trxneportxtion for Freight xnd rxeaongera not excelledI in «™l|eiie
I xnd expacity x-. xuy other Fort. The following eplentlid Ocexn Stexmera xra regnlirly on the Line.
TO SffBW TOHK.
I MANHATTAN i M. S. Woodhull, Commander.
CHAMPION R W. Lockwood, Command«.
JAMES ADGER - T - J .- ^kwood, Commande.
JAMES ADGER & CO., Agents, Charleston, a U
I (tEOROTA S. Cbowkll, Comiu3nuer.
I — i»oham, commander.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO„ ) A ta Charleston, & C.
WM. A. COURTENAY. f
H«0 v»ttt t ■ ADEIiFill As
’’‘/“.“fiomoopathio Medicine co, | G ULF STREAM.., Alex. Hunter, Comm**®
, VIRGINIA C - Hinckler, Com-a
And by JOHN INGALLS, xnd HUNT, BANKIN’ k |
LAM&B, Mxcon, Gx.
Sailing DAYa—Thursdays. r
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, &
J. A. DUGAN.
TOTAL CAPACITY 40,000 BALES MONTHLY.
TO bautimoiud. r
SEAGlU ' Dat^Etebv Fn~m Day. ..
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, R o-
ctw a vrcfTTP Sails Every Other 8ATURn A .
STEAMSHIP ^DGER & C 0., Agents, Charleston, & C.
Bxtee gnxrxnteed xa low >s thee of OompoUng Line., ffxrine Inettrxnoe one-hxlf of
THROUGH BILLS 0? LADING AND THROUGH TICKS 1
r . n ba all the principal Eallroad Offices in Georgia,* Alabau a, Tennessee
. Rude Rooms mav be e^curei in advance, withont extra charge, by adtbesamg Age , iicrthe
ship, in Charleston, at whose offices, in ^1 ease#, the Railroad Boom, while on sluf
assigned. The Through Tickets by tbu Route include Transfers, Meals and »
M The Sooth Carolina Bailroad, Georgia Railroad
And their eonnedlng Line, hxve Ixrgely innrexMd “>eirf«ifflUM for ^re withttj
- . FxBeengere betwe«i tb. Northern OUu. ud tbo Boatbxnd W-n w ^ gat trO>*
—ATT Holme*? Cbxir.wihontextrxchxrge, hxve boon mtrodne^ on the »ouui ^
COOKS IlAKlj, gjJoon , t BrxnobviUe. On tbe Georgix Bxfiroxd 0 F the South Oxroltox
‘ vvnrtr GA. Freight prompUy taxobferred from etexmer to dxy xnd night trxtn prompt"*^
FEBRY, GA. clofle eonnection ixdo with other roxde, deUvering toe VIA CUARLESTO.N oxneet^
rrtHE xttention of mxnxgere of public enterix-n- I — jj , nw . e n! will nee every exertion to utixfy their pxticne tbxt tb
. . menta ie exiled totbu Hxil, which bxe been in LHepxtch xnd the Sxfe Deli, try of Good*. . — BL O-B D. HASSELL, Geoert
Ixtely fitted up in tho bo.t style, with ecenery, etc. *^^ orther m ,ormxtlon. apply to J. M. tgLKIBK. Ticket Ag«d
Tbe Hxlt wUI eoxt xbont 400 pereone xnd u eonvo- *“■„ Q Box 4»7», OOo» U7 BtO»dw»f, U- Y.i S. ii. FIOKENB, ttenerxl i'Xfc eng
?£? | altrrd l. tylbr.
ftbU 8m* P«i7. G»-
DUGAN & STILZ.
orn, Oals, mat ii Hay,
No. 20 Seoond street, between Main xnd Biver, |
- AMPLE STOBAGE.
WD1 fill orders for Com from points in Blmoi*
1 >arties making purchase accepting thgQBgjhpni ox
■ [efigg r
C from shipping points.
, FrMidwt Bo«h Oxroliak fixtopod
ObadMtoo, 8. A