FOB TWENTY DATS
lor Uianaat I«'J D.yj
To all who are In search of
An | especially to Cub Cojera.
IV. it. iUlKH A SOS9.
iii;i Mltttgi Baal! Of not
fr»nvU a ' rnerai Banking Saaloeaa.
| & PLANT, D. FJ-ANDEBd.
h u «wcrr, w. u mna
B B. PLANT, D. 8. LITTLE,
O. O HAZLEU0R8T.
L a PLANT. pTo.M«nt.
W, WWQLLY. HhMb m.HHiiuovl*
I'twld.uL Jt. F. LAWTON, Cartner
EXCHANGE BANK OF MACON.
In HuB’i new HaII<llN|,
BUM AM) HELLd EXCHANGE,
f.m lit meet oo Blocks, Bond*. Cotton In Store
Alio ou Slopmoau ol Cotton.
30lX*CnON8 FBOMFTLY ATTENDED TO
L C. PLANT & SON,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
MACON, O A.
0a; A.Hr 11 Kxchnacr, Gold, Silver, Aloe)
On which Interest will be Allowed,
am aaaun upon.
PAYABXjB OW OATili
Telegraph & Messenger.
Dcclilani of the Hopreaie Conrt of
SATURDAYMORNING, AUGUST SO, 1873. I dzltvyrid ^ Atlanta, Tuesday, august HCth.
THE KtLtTON ( OTTOS CLEANER. |
An Important Invention for Cotton
riulvn mnd Iplnler,.
From the Providence, H. L, Journal, j
The " Rope Cotton Companr,” of this citr, I
From the Atlanta Oocatitnt^m ]
Alfred Proaeott r*. M. G. Bennett et »L Mo
tion, from Ciar.
■W.njTOt. o. J —At the Dioember term, I8CC,
of Clay Superior Conrt, the plaintiff obulned a
jaiomen* aif.inat the defendant, for the sum of
t* 0!9 79. principal, and $1,401 15 interest. At
are the owner, of.ut. and ncvrl invention in 1Srptem t.e r term of .aid Superior Conrt, in
cotton machinery, which may be ooo.idered *k® eoDrtpaaaed thefollowing order, after
the m-vet import*”! ar,d T.iia-i,.- t-j the " UI|LK ltl ® n * njR-i ,,f the parties and reciting
prr.wer-, letter. .rd ninnnfae!'tr*-r. of oofon ,h ® j aJ <'"ieot obtained at the December term.
Ntnce the ioaentioc of the cotton gin. It is a I ! ’ It appearing to the oonrt that the oon-
r.ew maehiDe, or aerie* of machine., In Tented "idera'ion npon which the above judgment was
by Air. Joe Hal«ton. of Texas, and ia patented *»' a hole given for alavee, ilia order
nnder the name of the “Joe Balaton Cotton I ® d tbat tb ® be let aside end forever an-
Cleaner.” By the uae of this n»w mi- t0 '' , ’ d *® d m ' d * TJ ' d At the September term
chinery cotton ia rained or improved in of Mm * contt - in 1372. the plaintiff made a
quality several grades, making oottoo, which I ,n aside and vacate the order and
wonld not c'ae* above ordinary nnder J'- d g a > et -t made at the September term, 18C3,
any other known proorea ef cleaning, at I ■ e I uc K ““■Ie and annnliing the jndgment ob'
least niiddilng or strict middling, giving even I t ®' Dedfct theDecemberterm. lgCC. ontbegronnd
and reliable grade*, free from hull*, leave* ,h,t '&« eonrt had no jtrisdictioato renderench
land, dirt and decayed or immature ootton’ I Tic » ,1 °lt judgment, and becanae aald jndgment
This ia a great advantage, which the practical I "to* a np-in ite face that it wa* rendered on a
Ttner will fnlly appreciate, a* he knows the pronnd » hoi! y nnknorn to law as a oan-e for
impossibility of freeing the lint ootton from I Taca li°R **Id jndgment, wbieb letter motion the
foreign and d-letertona anbatenoee earpeclelly I ®® nr * overruled, and the plaintiff txoepted. The
leaf and finely broken hnlla, after it haa be j nd K m ' nt rendered by the court at September
come broken np and Incorporated with the lint I* rm - 180, setting aaide and annnliing the
as It always doe* in the proceaa of ginning nn- J ad K“®?* of I«CG, on the gronnd that it waa
lees It la previously removed, and this, with the I f onDrf , on * h° te given tor eiaves, was a miro
present scarcity of hand labor, ia impossible I nsnrpttion of power by the conrt without any
exo»pt it la done by machiDerv. There ia no a° t “ or **y °» ** w 1° award snea a judgment for
machinerv which will remove thia foreign mat- lh »* “»•'«. »® d may be declared a cn'iity coli.t
ter from the lint ootton after it ia ginned: it er *“ T ' n “ dfr **»• pronaiona of tbe Code, with
mnat be done before, which work thia machine-1 ont * n * dlrec * proceeding* to rev 1 as it, for the
ry waa Invented to do, and does to perfection, f®** 00 * »“*«> ■ U>® ot Tiaon, adminia-
The new machinery conalata of a “cleaner." : rltor - TT’ *? * L » pnooiplea of
reraovra ail foreign matter. leaving tbe seed J«w »pplieible to tbe jndgment of diamiaaal in
only, with tbe fibre attached, and ao distended ,^* “ S . , * re *’'° applicable to the Jadgment of
a* to be bandied by the “gin," (which is also | ° ***** *** abnald control it. The
of anew and improved construction.) with J ad *”*<» t ot 1*0 “■« °° foundation foritaanp-
much greater facility. Rnardirg the fibre en- W “ n Y ■»» ?> “J® '* nd > for ,h « for
tirely from the liability of being brokan or 7 blch 1“ ™ rendered, as la apparent on the
ent by the teeth of tbe gin, which” has always r, “ ‘hereof, and <»nnot stand any more than
been a aeriona defect in the old prooeea of I * honi ® °°. nld :’* ad » lt0ont »oy fonnd.tion for
ginning. The msebine* all work automat- I lts ,“ D P porb *‘ "PP ,re nt from the eev-
ically together; tbe cleaner delivering the *”J P r ?^*«on» ®f ‘ b ® Codeinerelationito eetUng
ootton to the gin. by feeding it upon an end- M, ,‘; a 3 ad F D ® n *» P»«'e® ebonld not be
lens apron to tbo “aelf feeding antomallo gin withont a remtdy. elihongh they might cot have
feeder," which anppliea the cotton to the gin ®* c *P t * d *° ,be M “® thirty days alter
sritb the most perfect regntarity, enabling the I, *?* w ® r ® reodend. If that had been in-
gin to iooreaae ita work at least fifty per cent | , _^ d ' d J ". th ,® ? nl _ J remedy for parties to have
IRON AND BRASS WORKS,
Canal Street, from tth to 7th,
niOIIMOND, T7-A I
rolteetlona Promptly Attended to.
Cabbedge, Haxlchurst & Co.,
Bankers and Brokers
BUY and BELL EX-
pr.CFIVK DEPOBITB, 1
iV OHAHOE, GOLD, HILVEB, HTUCKS, BOHDS
■ad Oueerrent Fonda.
tollectioua Made on tall Aeecoaible
arOOce open al all boon of the day.
CubbcGge, HazleliurstA Co.’s
INTkKEOT paid on all bomb PUOM «1
. TO $6000.
Ffiax UOUIld* FROM b i. m. to 6 r. v.
FORf TALLET, GEORGIA.
J ECKITK8 Deposits, dlsoormts Fsper, buys and
V sella Ricbsoge; also. Gold and Silver.
u« umdo at all aoceeeible points,
r AiJ on Deposits when made for a spe-
fa. J. Aanutsoa. J’res't. W. E. Bbowv, Uasnier
Fa. J. Anderson, OoL Uogb L. Dennord,
3ol L. M. Felton Dr. W. A. Mathews.
Dr. Wm. n. noUinsbead, de!7tf
0. A Nmwo, I W. F. Goodal,
Fresident. | Cashiei
CAPITAL 200,000 DOLLARS
WE- B. JOHNSTON, WM. 8. H(
JOHN i. OHESHAM, JNG- JS. It
fifty per cent.
Tbfa wonderfn! improvement4n preparing cot
ton for the mannfactnrer is cot only of great in
terest to tbe msnnfaotnrer in giving him a
cleaner and more reliable uniformity of mate-
got rid of judgments for any of the caoaea
specified tberein, tbe provisions of tbe Oode
would not have been enacted. I know of no
principle of the common law, or of anj munld-
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
ipuea, Machinists and Founders.
ENGINES OF ALL RINDS.
Bend for Ofrcnlar.
H. B. BROWN,
A Splendid Sabbath School Booh
EM OF LIFE!
IVER a River of
in brifebt, taking, sing
able mu-la which tbe
Babbatb School children
and home boys and giris will not
need much drilling to learn and ap
preciate. As in onr "neqialled Church
Book, the “Axes- / \T? can Tun* Book’
—so in this we have drawn ou
many well known writer* of 8abbath
tt bool Music, tbe very best in the
country, to who*e united ef
forts we owe twia new and
School Bor k, edit
ed by Meters.
JOHNSON & SMITH
Produce Dealers aid Commission Mercians,
MASO NI TEMPLE, MULBERRY' STREET.
2} GAB LOADS BACON.
250 BIP.RELS COMMON MOLASSES,
21 TIERCES COMMON MOLAsSES,
ICO TIERCES LARD,
20 TIERCES LUFFIELD HAMS,
I CAB LOAD SEED BARLEY,
, 50 BAR IELS SYRUrS, ALL GRADES.
300 BARRELS SUGAR, ALL GRADES,
1 CAR LOAD SEED RTF,
20 TIERCES MARTIN’S HAMS,
5 OARS MIXED CORN,
2 CAR LOADS FRESH WATER GROUSD MEAL,
15 OARS WHITE CORN,
5 CARS LIVERPOOL SALT,
1 CAB VIRGINIA SALT,
800 BOLLS KENTUCKY BAGGING,
GO TONS ARROW TIES,
20 COILS HEMP GREEN LEAF ROPE,
20 BALES POTTER'S OSNARURGS,
10 BALES PORTER’S 8MBTING,
10 BALES MACON SHEETING,
20 CASES SARDINES,
100 BOXES CANDLES,
25 HALF BOXES CANDLES,
25 QUARTER BOXES CANDLES,
25 BARBELS VINEGAR,
100 BOXES BLUE RIVEB STARO H
100 POXES SOAP, ALL GRADES,
125 BOXES CANDY,
rial of unbroken fibre, bnt in of equal Import- p *' or ,?' th ® mo ™ 1 1»*. or any other Jaw,
anoe to the planter, aho in enabling him to se- 7 h ', ch ? oaldh "®, • c ' ho ! , ?! d th « ~ nr ‘ below
cure hi* whole orop, which ho is nnable to do I de P I ) T ® * b ® P'* 0 , 11 J ot . b *® V6stsd r 'R bt to r °-
from the great and increaaing scarcity of band | Au m0nnt -- obtained in
labor. By the n«e of thia new and improved I ! 8 5 C - a PP* reD ‘ on * b ® d,0 ° od * ba
maohinery he ean avail himaelf of good weather I J ad 8“ en ‘°I I**®, “ d 8* T ® } be ?*“? to the
and proper time to secure hia orop bnrrlediy as I i!f^ e ^ d * n ,’*’ P 06 ** °’ d Primitive law,
it may be picked, bnlla and all if desirable, and ! he f mp , ,e p '* n rc u °° pni2ad W Bob Boy, when
he can then «f..y_d.peod upon the cleaner to
separate all foreign sabsUnces from the fibre,
at bis leisure, and in connection with tbe im-
'*That they should taka who have tbe power,
I “And they should keep who can.”
proved gin he can produce a much higher grade I ^ V
r\f lint .v»nn vllh ft nrAif«p tnatlral walne t Ke*i I Versed.
Let tbe jaogment of tbe court below be re-
STRICTLY CQMHISSIOH HOUSE
K. Tvr. WATHnS db CO.
SG IlroMd ML, New York,
COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Bay and eeU contracts for futuro delivery of cot-
tee. Deposit accounts of bankers, merchants and
o»bsra are esyeeiaUy rotated.JntyCdSm
A. O. KAUFMAN.
AND DEALER in BOCTCEhN SECURITIES,
COARLESTOSr 9 S. O.
O OCTOERN OOLLECTIONS rocolvo tho Special
O and Persona! attention of this Honeo. Returns
made FaITUFULLY and PROMPTLY in New
fork Isdnia, wliicli always rules liLLOvV (>ar
dtnng the active baaine^s season.
Notes. Drafts and Acceptances payable In
Booth i ftrollna. North Carolina and Qooigia can be
^enosntratsd at tins point with Profit and Baring of
^ W All business attsndod to with CJolity and
Quotations of Southorn Securities Issued
T HE 44 BLOOM rLACR,’*coctaicing 1721 acres.
Situated on Tobseofkeo Creek, oaiy five miles
T and all Dtfconisry uen-o
fivin Macon, with d
Until October IsL Ti
For terms, etc , app T
WMm»| nuKT. A. NISBET, Vaeon. Oa.
ai.d -i'ri m V ill ifor rate
U be given ou part of
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
K IQIirhnndredscrvsofland, lying S*% miles
from Fort Valiev. Ga., in a northwest direc-
tMS, ooe-thud cleared aLd in cclLvation. the bal-
mos wt J uxuUiod land with oak, and hickory, and
TbU body of land is all level ard well adapted
hi the production of oosxi. cotton, wheat, oats, and
Hi farm promote of Middle Georgia. ‘ So situate«i
^»t tt taay be divided jsit'i two farms of 400 aerte
•**h, or four farms cf J2C0 acres each, aLd giving
••eh dtvision a pcitioo cf the cleared land.
This land is a par: of th« real eetar# drawn by
v. Ilsciiy p. f:un the estate of the late
Juass A. Everett.
This land will be cflfero*! at private eale until the
*•* Mocday in October, when, if uoi disposed cf,
h* »oki at pub ic eale, to the highest bidder, m
^ town of Fan Valley.
Apply tor iLformaiion to VTm. J. Anderson,
^ A. Everett, or to the undersigned, at Fort
I will also #e’.l a well Improved bou^e and lot of
of lanj attached. This is oue of the best
«prored lota in the town and eligibly situated. I
••M oo very favuralle terms.
WM I. OREFNE.
Ipsa WOODWARD a TOOLE, or Dooly
cooaty, Ga., having formed a legal copart-
rr*pec:fulJy offrr their services to tbe
u Vl pneOM in the countiee of Wiioox,
. b *r a. Viortb, Macou, Buuiter and Uoue*
Special attention given also to cases in the
end Federal Courts.
of lint cottoD, with a greater market value, than I
can be done nnder any other known prooess. If
tbe machinery was now in general use in the [
ootton growing distriote of the Booth, the in
creased value it would give to tbe ootton crop,
by eaving in waste of the raw material and in I
the increase in walue of tbe whole amount of
that HTOt to market, is efttimated at from fifty
to ono hundred millions of dollars annually.
The Two Immortal*.
Daring tbe summer, bnlla and bears, mil
lionaires and paupers, scholars and swell«
fsde ont of view, and one catches sight of the
in h ii iiii.l the woman, smiling, frowning,
coquetting, meeting, turning away, but withal
gradually approaching each other. They have
been approaching each other and playing tbeir
pretty pantomime since ihe days before tbe
flood until now; the same two immortal lovers
nnder many names. Wnat were history with
ont their sweet story going on from age
to sge ? Where wca’d Achilles and Hector
have found their chance for a career bnt for
Helen's coquetries ? Whence could have ariaen
the chaos out of which was born tbe later
oivihzition of the middle ages bnt for the
Crusader going about, lance in rest, to vindi
cate the snape of his lady’s nose or tbe eolor
of her hair? Hcienoe to those hapoy children
of tho old time was nothing bat tho seme old
story personified. When the harvest was
plentiful it was Jove who bad wooed the earth
warmer smile. If tho moonlight slept
softly on a hidden forest nook, behold the
chaste, cold huntress Duma from the skies
wAkening Endymion with a kiss.
Nowadays, here are tho two lovers still clad
in redingote and suit of linen duck instead of
thunders and moonbeams, bat still immorta 1 ,
still young, still, in their own pecnliar sense,
divine. Bummer is tbeir holiday. They play
their wonderful enchanted drama in a thousand
shapes and nnder a thousand names. Which of
ns has not seen them, this week, to-day, at
Long Branch, swashed overhead in salt water
and j ally.flab, climbing the Kaatskills, floating
in a maokerei-boat off Nantucket, jolting side
by aide in a city stceet-car? Bar dust, nor
mackerels, nor jelly-fish can destroy tbe dreamy
glamonr about them, nor tbe signs by whiob
they are known. AU mankind and womankind
reoognlze them, bide as they will, and have
for tfcern a kindly, indulgent smile. Whether
Celadon gives Celia a diamond ring in her
ball-room bouquet, or bands her a leg of tbe
lamb his folks have just killed, in at tho
kitchen wiedow—who does not know tbe s ; gu
of tbe hot, delioious fever that began in EJen,
and has spread its sweet contagion from an
cient Asia to the frozen North? All makiud
love lovers, it is said, only because they, too,
have taken tbe part of tbo immortal pair. Which
of ns has not played that world-old. nnohang-
ing drama to its conclusion, Well or ill ?
Not you, only, blushing little shon-giri, Jean
nette with your boneat, shabby Jean not, bnt
tbe gray-baired, hook-nosed gambler, with bis
racing stables, and tho widow boarding-house-
k©oper in her fronzy ‘‘front” and black alpaca,
and, oddest of all, tbe fast New Yoik belle on
the look out for a good match. Wuioh of ns
has not, while that fond fever lasted, risen to
bights cf unselfishness and a generosity un
known before? How wonderful, as though
newborn, waa tbe world to ua then ? How ev
ery man waa a brother, who hfd known onr
pain and tasted our joy: bow dreadful
thing it WM to be Alive; how near was God
behind tb At life! Now, perhaps, our thoughts
run into hanking or housekeeping channels,
and our “brother” is lost behind olerks or
grocers, and God .behind the unpaid debt on
the new chcrch.
So now if Oeladon nnd Celia ooming into
view in thia bright August weather engroes too
much of its air and sun, let us forgive them
their innoeont Pe’.fisbness in the remembranoe
of tbe dajs when we too acted their divine
drama and po were better men and women
than we are, a ml bid them godspeed upon
tbeir wav. “tbriading tbe somber bososgs^ of
flM* wo.’-.! unto the nu>rmng star.”— A c to Yvr'c
Jno. T. Clarks, Jno. O. Wells, for plaintiff in
Tnrnfpseed «& McLandon, Hood & Kiddoo,
Ing Liuliucut in (he Worlt
'iLia roeomuifnfiM with rr.bour.drd eseuraneetn
allcmaenof Cut*, l<rui*<-a. Barn*. Sprain*. ItLeuxnm-
tiani. Hard S*clliu r a, J.itt chilblains. Stiffbefs of
the Joint*. Frozen Fret. Jar*. Ac., Ac..among all
person*, and for Hprmins. Founders, Ringbone. Poll-
Lrll, Scratches. Wind-Galls. lloof-Aie, Spavins. Spring-
baU,Saddla, Cedar an<lHarou»4 Gall*; also
of the Eye and Ear In
Horses, Mules or Cattle.
II* Rnceraa Cannot b. Doubted.
WBRND URDc.RU i-.a It i.v
PBIGE 230 per 100. I
Sample copies 30 cents each Bent post-paid.
CHAU. H. DIT80N <t OO..
71! Broad nay. Neir York.
OLIVER DITbON * OO..
100 BABREL8 WHITE CORN WHISKY,
And the largest .lock of fine Whisky to be fonnd in the State. Call and examine.
150 SACKS COFFEE. 60 HALF BOXES "NELLY BLY" TOBACCO,
WOODEN VMBE, SHOT, and fall enpplios of everything nanally kept in onr line.
<9- WE ABE AGENTS FOB THE MIAMI POWDER CO.
a J. GAMBLE.
A. W. GIBSON.
SAVINGS & TRUST CO.
EXILES AND SKQDLATIONS
Deposits and Depositors
1 The B\nk shall be opened dai’y for the trans
action of borinOS, except on Bu^daya and holi
day*. from i) a M. to — r. ai. aud on Monday and
Saturday nights, from 6 to 8 o’clock.
Deposits cf five cents or any larger *ums may
be received, bat such monevs ouly as are received
on deposit by National Banks ehall be taken. Tho
Company will pay in liso bankable funds. De
posits Of gold and eilver will bo paid in kind.
3. On making the first deooait. the depositor
shall enbecjiba hi- or her name, occupation, resi
dence and post efii:® address, in a look containing
the rules and regulations of tho Company relating
to deposits and depositors, thoroty signifying his
other assent thereto, but no c mission or^ failure
to sign such book shall relieve the depositor re
ceiving a pass bonk cents ining three rules and
regulations from their binding force.
4. AU deposits sbaU bo eatored upon tho books
of tho Company, and a pass book or certificate of
deposit shall be given tho depositor, upon which
shill bo entered tho sum so deposited, and winch
shall be his or Lor ovidence of property in tho
Drafts shall ba mad a personally or by tho
order of the depositor m writing properly authen
ticated, but no person shall be paid any part cf
GAMBLE, BECK & CO.
Cnro Neuralgia, rheumatism, Or-nt. Lar-e Eaeli,
Fait Rheum, Polaoeous Ritea, External Rose and
aiuarle Affortinn*. Sa.rft Nipple*, Ac., and xuay ho
justly termed the panacea for ail
JK7*Remember, this Liniment did not
spring up in n tiny urn yonr. producing THB
Moot absurd axd i-nnatural rear* claivxd bt
Nkw-Borb and Mcsmboom Lunacm I :u two have
the experience of ovrr fill rtv yew ra of trial, with
If the Liniment 1* not as recommended, tho
Money will to Eefnnded.
Po notbeIrapoe**d upon by nrlng any otherlini-
pifnt cialmlng the magpe pfoyx^tic.i or rewuiu. They
are a cheat aud a fraud. Lo aura mud get nothing
jWSold bt all Dncooisza AXD Coujttst Sroxucs AT
25c., QOc. and $1.00 per Sottlo
Noticx Six* or Bottije. Smx. Ac.
LYON MEG. 'CO
Convention of Ex-t’atlels
GEORGIA MILITARY INSTITUTE.
The ex-Caddts and ex-Profoesore of tho
A Savage sfanli at Oladafone.
From Vanity F*ir, (tx?ndon,^ August 5 1
The fact which lies At tho bottom of all this
hard work, and which is sending great and lit
tle Britons to hjdropathio catablifhmen's in
fl jeks, is that droves of bnman donkeys persist __
in forcing th« mselvca into places ar>d portions j (i K0K(«‘ IA MILITARY INSTITUTE
for which they are unfit Mr. Gladstone, for
instance, won <1 make fin average schoolmaster. I Axq invited to nii’it in Convention, at Atlanta, on
He has some knowledge of Greek roots, and I
oould plant them in tbo memories of dooile I first day of September next.
boys by the help of much scolding. He has I
Mich nn acquaintance with arithmetic that be
Tho Central, Macon and Brunswick, Macon and
oould make ont the half-yearly accounts of his I Western, Atlantic and Western, Wsat Point and
pupils in an earne«t and profitable manner, I
errors excepted. He knows, too, something of Atlanta, and Goorgia Railroads wnl pass member*
ot «- on «* » d ««- ^®
kept a shop in Wardour street respectably. Bat I Convention,
what on eanh tempted a gentleman of bis dis-
position to go in for politics? He has merely
L§t every ex-Cadet who loves the memories t h M
aneewdad in lowerinR th. whoiaton# of politi- dBltw wnnJ ^ ud who
ealvarfare to the level cf a pedagogne a do-1 ’
a hope of eoting her reenrreriei frnn th. ashro
1 a. l. uminu
KETCH UM k HABTHIDGE,
inkers and Commission Merchants
StFratscaa. Mcvaoa Taylor. Pro.id.nt Olty Bank
w.v ■ f. 0. Oaihoon, PrMideot Fourth National
s. Y.; JvLu J. Ciaoo A Son, Banker*. S. Y.i
Katoham, Ranker, N. T.j J. N. Norm
Fuat .N.uonal Rack. aDUrooro ; M. MeMt-
Qaru W ^ <M r>n> ! '» UouiJ Back. Ptolvlalphto
“aair. w. aaaa. aoaaax a. aoxn.
w - A. BJLKSOM Ac CO^
Manafaftnra** aod Jobhan of
l^OOTS AND. SHOES,
IM DO 140 GRAND BT., HBW YOBX.
It is not an improving sight to behold a prime
minister knocking about the laws of his coun
try and stumbling ever them by turns becanee | yen lion,
he can neither eee, feel, nor comprehend them.
It is not sweet to hear a man in authority scold
ing like a washerwoman, and then sitting down
to cry hysterically over a cup of tea and his
troubles, while he sends for the Lord Chamber
lain to forbid tbe playing of a pantomice which
pokes fnn at his whiakers. Fancy William Pitt
or Charles James Fcx, who were heaven-born
ministers, doing such a thing as this ! Why,
Fox once sat down with a personal friend over
a bottle and compared caricatures with him,
and when he found that he could show the
largest number (and, mercy on ns, what hard
hitters the caricaturist* wore in his day), he
laughed like a boy. Nor was the bottle too
much. Fox took bis politics naturally, and
them for relaxation after a hard day at New.
market, for he was a fst man, and had to
stir his clumsy lege briskly when be wanted to
see a boree-race. A great-sonled, jolly fellow
he was, with wide human sympathies, an im
mense knowledge of mackind, and language
full of force and truth welled up like the
water* of a fountain to hia prodigal lips.
Who Imagine Mr. Gladstone and a bottle
together, unlee* the bottle contained an infusion
of oamotmle ? So ic comes to pass that we bear
Mr. Gladstone is sick and weary, and that he
most hide himself with a commercial friend in
Seotlacd now and then without leaving bis ad
dress in Downing street, that he may n cover
from the effects of overwork. Lord Brougham
was never overwoiked, nor Lord Grenville, nor
Lord Melbourne, nor Robert Peel; but theee
men were all physician* by nature. Mr. Glad
stone would not be overworked as propriet r of
a commercial academy, or as bead clerk in a
counting-bouse at Liverpool. But he is abso
lutely ignorant of the find principles of states-
manmhip, and ita practice is wearing him to fid-
dto strings. Thera never waa such an expression
apon the fees of a natural ruler of a people as
that which haa beoome fixed upon the ooonte-
MDce of Mr. Gladstone. It is a look of peer*
lahneso, discontent, weakness and hopeWe be
wilderment. No wonder that he Kimw hys
terical three times a week after tea. A cart-
horse would become hysterical if he was eel to
wock a sewing-machine with hia fore-feet.
in which Shcnnm biriod her, oome to this Con-
President of the ex-Cadet Association.
50 CASES OANIZ rOTASH-
50 JABS LOBILLABD-S SNUFF.
100 BOXES OLIYE SOAP.
SCO rOUSDS BLACK FJPFZB.
CO CASES VINEGAR BITTERS-
50 CASES HOSTETLER'S RITTERS.
50 CASES DRAKE’S EITTEGS.
1.500 OUNCES OF QUININE.
100 OUNCES MORPHINE.
tad a large and vail aaaorted atock cl all gooda in
onr line of burinesa at tbe lowest rates.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR,
Wholesale Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
aogMtf 81 and 81 Cherry stree t.
~ CHA8. WUNSELMAN & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Boom 14. (Mental Bnilding, CHICAGO.
Refer to W A Hoff, Mason. maji ta
(WITH LATEST 1 UPHOVE VEKT8.)
FOB 20 YEARS THB
STANDARD OP EXCELLENCE |
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
OVER 750,000 IN TTSE.|
If you think of buying a Sowing Hacbine it wil
pay you to examiue the records of tboee now in
ua* and profit by *xpenencd. THE WHEELER
A WlIHuN TAN US ALONE AS THE ONLY
LIGHT RUNNING MkCRlNK. U Q ING THE
BOPaBY Hi.OK. MAKING A LOCK 8TITOH,
alike ou both «idra of tbe fabrio sewed. All shut
tle machine* waste power in drawing the shuttle
back after lh? a itch ia foimod bunging doable
wear aud strain upon both machine and operator,
hence while other machine* rapidly wear out, the
WBEELER * WI. «ON LAnt'd A LIFETIME,
and prove* an economical investment; Do not
believe all that is promised by so-called “Cheap”
machine*, you should require proor that yeaia of
u«jo have tested their value. Money onco thrown
away canLOt be recovered.
Send for our circulars. Machines sold on easy
terms, or monthly payment* taken. Old machines
put in order or received in exchange.
WHEELER & WILSON MF*G CO.’S OFFICE8 :
Savannah, Aucusta, Macon and Colnmbua, Ga.
W. B. Ci-LYitS. Gen. AgL, Savannah, Ga.
W. A. HICKS, Agent, Maoon. Go.
Ian 12-fodly ’
■MfllTJ GEORGIA. I
73rd ANNUAL 8ESSI0NI
Of this Institution will
Commence leiwaiai. OcioLer 1. .1873,1
And continue, without intermission, until An-
pu t 5th, 1874.
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
And Mechanic Arts,
F OUNDED upon tlw United States Land Grant, I
ia an integral part of tbe Univerrity, and will
hold tbe rame term. Fvery advantage which tbe
conntiy allow... ie afforded for procuring a liberal
education, both in a g neral comce and in > pedal
departments. Legiees granted both in Art. and
Science and in Law. Engineering and Medicine
the last through »be Georgia Medical College at
Angaria, now embodied with the University. Tbe
Law School remains ia session throughout the en
tire year. Liberal provision is made for beneficia
ries and for alndems of limited means. For cata
logue.. coutaintne full ii formation, appiy to
wit Henry waddell.
Secretary rf the Faculty,
*ng2idAwiw Athens. Georgia
6B0CEBS, PB0VIS1I Al LISIOB DEEPS
LOWEST MARKET PRICES GUARANTEED
OX TBCIR.D STH.EIJE1T.
Anti Friction Horse Power
bAH LOW HOUSE,!
WIIiKY JOSES A CO., Proprietors.
Is firet-ela** and in ba*in6*n center.
Boaxd p*®r day t2. Lodging or single meals 60 eta.
F OR all who are willing to work. Anv person. I
old or youi g, of either sex, cin mak» from
S10 to f 5 J a week, at home day or evening. Want-
el by all. dnicable to either city or conntrv, and
any season of the year. This i* a rare opportnuity
for thoee who are out of work, and out of money,
to make an independent living. No capital l»eing
required. Our pamnh'et, “HOW TO MAKE A
LIVING,” giving fall butraeboa*, sent on rtce ; pf
of 10 cent*. Address A. BURTON «fc CO., Alur-
risania. Wcetchc?ter county. N. Y.
8KWUMI MACHINE.on so day*’trial; many 1
advantages overall. Satisfaction guaranteed, or !
$*2U refunded. Sent cimplete, with full direction*. |
Beckwith Hewing Macniae Co., 8*52 Broadway, N. Y.
T HE NEW ELASTIC THUS*. An important In
vention. It retains the Rapture at all times,
and under the hardest exercise orwsevereet strain.
It ia worn with comfort, end if keptyon night and
day, effects a permanent euro in«a lew weeks. Fold I
cheap, and sent by mail when requeued. Circulars
free, when ordered by letter sent to^tho. Elastic
Truss Oo., No. 6S8 Broadway, N. Y. city. Nobody
uses Metal Spring Trusae* i too painful; the! |
slip off too frequently. m*y 22eod&eowly
tpHEBE Spectacle* are manufactured from "Min-
X nte Crystal Pebble.” melted together, and are
eaUsd Diamond on account of theirbardneaa and
brilliancy. It ia well known that apeotacles cot
from Brasilian or Scotch pebble, are very injurious
to tbe eye, became of their poianzing light.
TBE OILY “CAST STEEL FISIOS POWER” U THE WORLD.
W E present to tbo Planters tf the Booth the b^at tud only suitable HORSE POWER for Ginning
Cotton, Grinding Corn, or 'IhreBbing Gra n, ever before offered to the public We, the prepne-
I tore, having h*d a Dumper of years’ experience ia predacinic and preparing Ootton for market, insert,
without the fear of contradiction, that ia point of Simplicity, Durability, Speed and Lightneee of
| Draft, the
WRIGHTS IMPROVED POWER!
Far Exceeds any other that las Ever Been Used in the United States.
We claim for it that two good mules will gin three bales of ootton in a day on a forty saw gin, and
that four good mules will gin on a fifty saw gin four and a half to five bales of cotton ; that tne gin-
Havinw h**n with th* | mat xour gooa muies wiu gm on a nrty saw gin lour ana a nair to five bales or cotton ; that tne gin-
diamood lenses have been found 1 1,111 ^ °o n <lnnoas, not being liable to interruptions from sagging of tbe machine-home, a* thia
Power ia aelf-adjoating. adapOng itself readily to the upward or downward tendency or th- flier. The
^2,«a^ arp * W *’ «ntireflitnreeaiom P rnyth; miffline, except an ordinaiy king-port and a lever, so that it can he
I p ** c ® d “i Position foree^ic. in a few hoora after reaching the plantation.
a brigbtnees and distinctness of vision nos before
attained in spectacles.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optical Manufao*
hiring Company, l^ew York.
For sale by responsible Agerta in ere:
the Union. E. J. JOHNS!
Jeweler aud Optidan. Is sols Agent for Maoon, Ga.
from whom they can only be obtained. No ped-
The great demand for these Spectacles has in
duced unscrupulous dealers to palm off an inferior
and spurious article for the Diamond. Great ears
should be token to see that tbe trade-mark o
which is protected by American Letters Patent) is
tamped on ovary pair. oetl5d£wlv*
THESE POWERS ARE MANUFACTURED OF THE VERY BEST MATERIAL
. . And will be warranted for twelve months. Tbe only part of a Horae Power mnat liable to wear ie tbe
p j innv!S5(u^ £ I pinion which gives speed to the ••Power.” Thia we have remedied by having it (*t a g^at cost)
i ViSiwlS.?' n. I mftdo of the Ter > cast Steel. Pried $ 145, or $150, delivered at purchaser’* utatiou.
ASK OX2UT A THIAZj.
For further particulars, address
MAI-ONE, WILLINGHAM Ac CO.,
MATT'S ASTRAL OIL
A BSOLUTELY safe. Perfectly odorless. Always I
uniform Illuminating qualities eupsrior togas.
Bums in any lamp without danger of exploding or
taking fire. Manufactured expressly to diapiace
tbe use of volatile and dangerous oils. Its safety
under every possible test, and its perfect burning
qual ties, are proved by ite continued use in over
bCO.OOO families. Millions cf gallons have been
eo!d and no accident—directly or indirectly ba* I
ever occurred from burning, storing or handling it-
The inmsnic yearly Iocs to life and property, re-
au’tirg from the use of cheap and daegerons oils
in tbe Coiled states, i* app-Ulicg. Tne inanranoe
companies and fire oommita oocr* throegbont the
country recommend the AS'rRAL ae tbe best safe
guard when lamps are used. Send for circular.
For eale at retail by the trade generally, and at 1
wholesale by the proprietors, CHAS. PRATT A I
OO., 108 Fulton street, New York.
aug24 d e o d&wtf
LAWTON & BATES,
x. x. wuiinji. ion. wans.
WARFIELD & WAYNE, |
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I
P ABTICULAB attection gives to pnrefaaM aod 1
aal. of “Fntona” in th. Bavaanah and Ntw I
lo k market*, oa Uw BW* MtomMa term*.
Cora, Oats, lay, Bacon. Lard, Hoar, Snar, Gale, Molasses
B AGOEVG, ties, etc?.,
FOURTH !STR MACON, GA.
any deposit or interest due without producing tho
pa** book or certificate issued to him or her, and
having the amount eo paid thereon. Provided,
That thi* rule shall not prohibit Caekiersunder tho
direction cf the Actaary, from makirg special
arrangemonts for deposits which may be withdrawn
by check in accordance with tho usual rules of
banks, subject however to the restrictions of Rules
6 and 7 of this code.
6. The Company will ae a ra’e pay all deposits
on demand, yet »t roaerves the right to require
rixty days’ notice of intention to with;lraw depoeita.
The intent of th a rule being solely to protect ihe
Bank and its depocitora in times of pubiio cxdio-
ment and danger.
7- Snrh interest no* to exceed eeven per cent
per annum &a the profits of the O- rnoany will allow
will be declared to depssiters ia the months of
Janaary at d Ju’y of each year, and will be payable
twenty’daja after the first business day cf these
months. Interest due aud not withdrawn will be
added to tha depositor’s account, and will, itself,
draw interest as a deposit Interest will begin on
the first day of etch month upon deposits of ono
dollar or more, made cn that day or during the
preceding month, but each interest will not bo duo
until tho interest dars fixed above. No interest
will bo paid on any enm less than ooe dollar, nor
npon any eum withdrawn before tho first day of
Jonniry- or Jnly for the period that may liavo
elapsed since the last interest, day except that de
posits in the sum of not leas than fifty dollars may
bo received, which ehall draw interest from tho
date of deposit to date of withdrawal at the rate of
fonr per rent, per annum; on o mdition that the
sun s po d?porited aboil remain on deposit not less
than thirty days
8. In ca*e of the doath of any depositor, the
amount standing to the credit of the deceased will
be paid to hi* or her legal representative.
BOOKS LOST OR STOLEN.
9. In case of lost or stolen bock*, the Company
will be responsible for payments made thereon
only whpu daly notified in writing of such los* or
theit. While the Comoany will, by all posbible
means, endeavor to prevent losses arising from
such books, payment* made thereon before notice
received as above required shall bo valid paym mts
to discharge the Company. In case of books re
ported lost or destroyed the Oompany will require
such indemnity as the local committee mxy deem
just and proper.
MAhlHED WOMEN AND MINORS.
10. Deposits made by married women aDd by
minors are entirely free from the control of the
husband or guardian, and will be so held.
11. All deposits will be held ao trusts strictly
confidential and private.
12. Tho Trustees reaorve the right to alter
amend these rales and regnlatioDS, aud such alter
ations or amendments shall bo binding upon tbo
depositors, after having been published twice a
week for thieo successive weeks in » no or more of
the public newspapers of those towns and citios
where the agencies of the Oompany are located.
Approved Jane 12,1873. an*14d2aw3w
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
HO OHANdE OF CABS BETWEEN AO-
OCSTA AND OCLCMBC8.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,»
UxoaoiA Cextral IUilboad, '»
Savannah. July 5,1873. )
O N and aftor Sunday, the 6th met., PareeLge;
Trains on the Georgia Central Railroad, ita
tranche* and connection*, wil) ran as follows :
day trains going * jUIH ajid went.
Leave Sayouiian 1:00 p X
Leave Augusta 2:15 p M
Arrive at MiUodgeville 11:04 r ■
Arrive at Eatonton 12:52 a X
Arrive at Macon 10:45 P X
Arrive at Savannah 9.15 p. x
Leave Maoon for Atlanta 11:10 r x
Leave Macon forEufaula 11. i5 p x
Leave M*con for Colambu* 1U:55 p x
Arrive at Atlanta 6:50 a x
Arrive at Enfauia >...12:10 p m
Arcive at Co nimbus 4 00 a w
Making close counrction with trains leaving At
lanta and Colnmbua.
RIGHT TKAXH8 6011*3 NORTH.
Leave Clayton....- 7:2^ a m
Leave Columbus.....*.*.*’***\\\\\\I*.*.*/.*.". 2.3u r «
Leave Atlanta **********21111111 1:50 r k
Arrive &t Macou from C lay ton .* f * * .*.* * /:25 pm
Arrive at Macon from Ooiumbua.*.*,*. ... 7. SO p k
Arrive at Macon from Atlanta....V.\f.*.Y. 7:2o r x
Leave Macon fqjpx
Leave Savannah .'....Ti'. 8^40 p
Arrive at Milledgeville .*.*.**.*.**11:04 p x
Arrive at Eatonton TIT ***12 52 A x
Arrive at Augusta ,**T 4-00 a x
Arrive at Savannah ..** oJ a m
Making porfoot oonnoction with train* luaviug
Passengers going over tho Milledgeville and
Eatonton Branch will take night tram from Colum
bus, Atlanta and Maoon, day train* from Anguata
and Savannah, which counoet daily at Gordon
(Sunday* excepted) with the Millodgoviilo and Ea
An elegant uloeping car on all night trains.
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS can be
had at the Central Railroad Tickot Office at Pulaski
House, corner of Buil and Bryan utreetc Office
open from 8 a x to 1 p m,and from 8 to 6pm. Tick*
OU can also bo had at Depot Ofiioo.
july 8 tf Geuerai S-’rwintPr inn*.
ItOBT. A. NISBET,
.A-ttorney at Law
Corner MULBERRY ST- nnd COTTON AYE.
(Over Payno'a Drug Store,j
JnnoW3m MACON, GA.
VAXILLA, LE3IC.V, ETC.,
For Flavoring Ico Cream, Calcs and Taslry.
"With -groat care, by a new process,
we extract from the true, select Fruita
and Aromatics, each charaf-ristic fla-
rar, and producr Flavorings of rare
excellence. Of great strength and perfect
purity. No poisonous oils. Every flavor
as represented. Nodeeeit—each bottle full
measure, holding one-half more than others
purpoiiing to hold same qurrdity. Use
them once, trill use no other. The most
delicate, delicious flavors ever made. So
superior to the cheap extracts. Ask for
D^. Price’s Special Flavorings. Manu
factured only by
STEELE & PBIGS,
Depots, CHICAGO aod ST. LOUIS.
Manufacturers of Dr. Price’s Cream
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalised by Ntate Authority and Draw
in public in St. Looifc.
Grand Slagle Somber Scheme.
CLASS n, TO BE DRA.WJ AUGUST 30. 1873.
5J&U PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO 1300,000.
4 prixea ofil
4 prise* of
90 prise* of.
20 prise* of.
Id prizes ot
y prises of...
y prises of...
9 prize* ot .
9 prizes of - !
36 prizos of..._~~. !
36 prizes of....—— ]
1 PM prizes of. j
|5,0U0 prize* of.....— M
■ Ticket* 810. Half tickets S5. Quarters 12.50.
Our lotterie# are onartored By the titate, a. .
always drawn at the time named, aud all drawing!
'under the supervision of sworn eommifji oners.™
The oScia! drawing will be publisned in t
St. Louis paperr. and a copy of drawing sent to pur
chasers of tickets.
in49* We will iraw a similar scheme the last day ol
every muntk durini the yew 1873.
4Sr* Remit at our risk by Postoflce Money Orders
Re?i«ere<l Letter r-r >-y;.‘•?nu for & cir
cular. Address, MURRAY. MILLER k CO-
PoJtofflr* Box iWL *t. f.rtui* M'
PB0CT0B & G IMBLE’S
“LIGHT OF DAI" 1A1
Are of euporior quality and tho Standard
Sold by Macon, Atlanta, Augusta and Sa
vannah Grocers. annld&w3m
DO. WOOD BRIDGE’S
EMOVES in from five to twenty minutes the
most violent pain-* of NEURALGIA and
CHRONIC RHEUMATISM, curing very eevero
forms of these diseases in from one to five days;
alto tho STIFFNESS OF THE JOINTS which
sometimes accompanies the la*t. It also cures
8PRAINS OF THE JOINTS in twelve hours;
GUM-BOILS. NERVOUS HEADACHES,
including those which follow Intermittent x overs
and Tooth Aches, in from one to five minute*; ol-o
Colic, ling-werm, aud ilanb>giti»- Ihe
tb was cared in Bruns k, relit vie g in the lant
a few trinate*. tho pain in the head and nock,
and the rigidity of the muscle* of the neck.
See circular*, containing certificatosOk its virtue*
from those who have used it, at the Dnxg Store* of
B. B. HALL, Macon, and B. F. ULMER, Savan
nah. who have it for sale. Address orders to 4
’ DR. D. O. WOODBHIDGE,
mohfi awJrwtf Rrunswick, C4.
DAILY PASSINGS!! THAIN
TO AND V^lOU
Hscoa, Brnaswici, Samitaii Gd Figrida.
Oma Macon aitd Bnunswt.'hi PAnN0AD,>
Maoon. Go.. July 22, IWl3. j
( N and after Wednesday, July 23U, pa*sons«r
train* on this Road will be run a* fob oh b :
day PAssKsann, dvu.y, Sundays xxckpti.d fob
’1 UK ILF.alNT.
Leave Macon £:S0a.x
Arrive at Jeseup 6.45 i. u
Arrive at Brunswick.... ,...K 3j **. x
Amvo at Savannah IO.oO P. X
Arrive at Tallahassoo 10:12 a X
Arrive at Jacksonville 10 12 a k.
Leave Jacksonville 2;4u P X
Leave Tallahassto 14.40 P X
Leave gavannah 6.20 a. m
Leave Brunswick 6:45 a. m
Leave Jessup 9uua ai
Arrive at Muoon 8 00 v. as
Passengers from S-VMuah will tal e 4 30 r. ac.
train for Brnnsw.ca, and 6.2U a. m. tt&in for Macon.
HAWKINSVILLS AOOCMNODATION TRAIN, DAILY, (oUN-
Leavo Macon .......J 8 5*) v. x
Arrive at H&wkinsvilio 7 bo p. m
Leavo HawkinsviUo 6:80 a. m
Anivoat M&oon 0 65 a, x
W. J. iABYJB,
JnlySDtf Master TransportaucN
CHANGE OF SCHSDULk!
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, 1
CkNTU L BAILkOAD, ATLANTA DlVIS.ON, >
Atlouta, La.. July 6, 1873.^
O N and after Erhd v, Jnly Cth, pAsuengo
Tram* on thi* i oad will ran a* follow* :
DiY l AeBlNGcJl TRAIN.
Leavo Macon 11.00 A x
Arrive at Atlanta. 6 30 i\ M
Leave Atlanta 1 50 p. u
Arnvo at Macon 7.20 p. x
Maur PAsazscga ihiii
Loavo Macon... ...1110 r. m
Arnvo at Atlanta 5*60 a. m
Leave Atlanta 1.10 a. m
Arrive at Macon 7 00 a. m
Making doeo connection at Macou with Central
Railroad for Savannah and Augusta, and wnli
Southwestern Railroad for Columuu* and point*
in South woo torn Georgia. At Atiauta, with IN cet
era and Atlantio Rahway for point* WmL
julytitf . G. 1. FckEaCRE, S’ip'i .
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, T
tiOUTHWESTZUN RaJL&OAD COMPART, L
Macou, Ga., July 4, 1873. >
O N and after Sunday, the 6th inot.,
Trains on thia Road wdi run on fellow*:
DAY XU7AULA PABKENQEB THUN.
Leave Macon 8;00 a. k
Arrive at Eu/aola 4:40 p. x
Amvo at Clayton 6:20 P. X
Arrive at Albany 2.i5 p. tc
Anivo at Arlington G.00 p. m
Arrive at Fori Uainoa 4:40 r. ja
Loavo Clayton. 7:20 a. x
Loavo Enranla 8:60 a. x
Leave Fort Gainco 8.30 a. x
Leavo Albany. .....10:33 a. m
Arriveat Macon • . .. 6:jop. k
Ocnnocta with tho Albany Train at 8m:thville,
and the Fort Game* Train at Cntlibcri dany except
Albany Train connects daily with Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad Train* at Albany, and will run to
Arlington on Blakely Lit<-i,Mon Monday, vYednoj-
-av and Frnlay, reluming following da}*.
COLUMBUS DAY PASoANGJCB TBAIN.
Lean Macon I0:'* r l*.
Axrivo atOolambufl.. a Co a.
Loavo Columbus 2.3o ». x
Arrive at M*ocn 7:10 P. X
XU7A7LA KIC2TT WBMfBBt LL a*)CDXUDDaX2MI
Loavo Macon..... ...... 11:15 p. x
Arrive atEaf&nla *....12:10 p. x
Arrive at Albany 7:67 a. u
Loavo Enfauia 10 p. m
Leave Albany v ..^. 8 3iP. K
Arriveat Macon 10 31a. x
Trams will leave Macou and Enfanla oa tbip
schedule Sunday, Tuesday ahd Thursday night*,,
and connect at Smithville with Albany irarn*.
. VIRGIL I'OJVLRH,
JrlyC Iy Engineer and SuperiLti-ut.
ON UAUON JlND AUQCSTA NAIDDUAD.
Fortj-0«o Mlle3 Kaye<i ia DisUtaoe.
OFFICE KACON AliD AUGUSTA RAILROAD,*
Macon, Kay 18, 1872. j*
O N and after Sunday, May 10, 1872, and until
farther notice, *he trains on this read will
run as follows •
DAY TB AIN—DAILY (SUNDAYS IldUTU).
Loavo Macon......... , f 6:30 A. m.
Arri7o at Augusta............ 1:15 p. x.
Leavo Augusta... I:i0 p- m.
Arrive at Macon -. 8.15 p. m.
PasscngerB leaving Maccn at 0.80 a. m. make
clone connections at Carnak with day paMtengsr
trams on Georgia Railroad for Atlanta and ail
oints West; also, for Augusta, with trains going
orth, and with trains for Charleston; al*o. for
Athens, Washington, and all elation* on the Uc&r
OT Tickets sold and baggage checked to all
point* North, both by rail and by *toani*lap« Run
aag7tf B. K. JOHNBOR, Bop *
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
■RESTERN AND ATLANTIO RAILROAD OO.)
OFries Gej.ksal Pab:kaokb Agent. >
Atlanta, Ga., July iu, 2k73. >.
On and after this date—
For New York, jSasUm an a Virginia Cities.
Leaves Macon, by Macon A Western Rail
AnivoB at Atlanta j 3U p.m
Leaves Atlanta. ... .6 eo r.M
Arrive* Dalton. lu:30 p.x
Arrives Chattanooga. ,... 1T0 a-x
Pullman P&lace Drawing-Room and hleeting-
Cats by this train from Atlanta to Lynchburg and
1 intermediate points wtthcut ohangk.
Passenger* leaving by thi* tram arnvo in Ntw
York tho second arternoon, at 4:44 p. k., over
thirteen hours earlier than passenger* by any
other route can with safety reach Ntw kork, leav
ing tho B&mo evening.
DAY WESTSUN EXIBESS.
Loaves Maoon at 11:10 r x
oaves Atlanta at a bi
Arrives at Chattanooga 4:8j P.x
Clobscoxmectim at Chattanooga for all point*
Pullman Palace Cars on all night tram*.
For farther particulars address
B W. WRENN,
july 1 1 tf General Passenger Agent.
OrKCE or ESOINEZB AND SUPEEIffTZNDEfT, 1
AUoLSta, Ga., Jane 28, 1873. J
O N anl after Monday, Juno 3J, trains on this
Read will ran oa follow*:
DOWN DAY PASSENGER TRAIN
Will leave Augusta at JJ 4 *
Arrive at Port Royal at a i- Z' M *
Arrive at Charleston at...--- rvrj p * M *
Arrive at tiavancah at. 3Wr ‘ M *
UP DAY PASSENGER TRAIN
Will leave Port Royal at * A - J*
Leave thorlertou A M -
Leave Savinnah at J' J A ’
Amvo at Augusta at a 38 p. i .
DOWN NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN
Will leave Augusta ac 2 10 p. V.
Amvo at Port Rcyai at 11.36 p. m.
Arrive at Clmleston at 5.'/0 a. x.
Arrive at gavatm&h at.. 72.30 p. M.
UP NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN
!]leave Port Royal at ...10.SO p.x.
Leave Charleston at...... 6.00P. XL
Leave Havornah aL 9.50 r. m.
Arrive at Augusta at 8.00 a. ».
Assenger* leavi: g Macon by the 6.30 a. m»
c on Macon and Augusta Railroad, amve »t
Angus:* in time »o make close connection with *h«
down night passe ’ger tram on ibis road for Port
Royal and K&vannah. JAMES O. MOCRE,
Jolyltf Engineer nnd ynperiotemlent ^
X T CTiRYPUBLIO»n<! EX-OFFICIO JUHTICR
ll OF THE PHtrK I ean l). fonnd tar tie
present at ail hoora ot the day at mj office, adjoin-
ng the law office of A. Proudflt, over the store of
Jaunea A Johnson* Third *t F *®t. Maoon, Ga., to
and to all Magisterial buaineaa. asg