T. O. STACY, Editor and ItapV.
HtTORDAY. FEUUlUtlT Ml Nil.
The awl famine lias reacted Ma-
Then it Mid to be in California
• fitrw m larg* as half the sis* of
Die whole Bute of Rhode Island.
are mow seventy-fire cenl. g% k „ mak( , Oeerpn
per down in Washington city and, Ui palwnre to lead the rirer aud
at in thought, will aona reach one Baiter bill, which bee been read
> in the llmaa. There knot a
The Wando Fertiliring Com-
pony's works. on the Ashley rirer,
nine niilea'atHire Cterinttoii, were
recently deetroyed hjr Are.
the New York Centre!dapat Ml
•on Monday night last, Ihn over
weight of enow, and oorerrd np an
entire Inin, bemidea killing several
BIVRK AND BABRUJt NIX.
The friends of oW bdmt State
•lid all they conld to
entpriaMnaa far jar jirtn Mdi J
baiters, hot area to bare ar
pliabed bat little, aa will be
hoar the following extract from a
aperlal aarreenaadeaaa to the Ale
Hon. Dawson A. Welker, a
l>ruuiinrnl lawyer and politician,
dial in Dalton llie pact weak. Ho
vm KrpuMican candidate for Gov.
emor in 1873.
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Tho tlenate of Trxaa haa pamsd
a bill |irolii Idling Iba pleading of
drunkenness and tampnmy lasso
ity, piuduoed by Intoxiealing 11
quore, io justification of criminal
Georgia la Boon to get another
haul out of Unde JSatnls pocket.—
Tlie Senate committee re porta fa
vorably on tlie payment of KUJK1
more of cbiima for money advanoed
for public defense in the yean 1796
Celitomia formrre are worried
orer their grain crop. A Ana crop
haa bean relead, but Hie impoesi-
b|e to get it to market, aa tho
freight, either over the Pacific mad
of by ship, wl
Iba talus of
Allanta la aroused on tha aula
» t of tha "athetotic lhia, N «f which
miry Grady wrote ao plainly a
fow varki since. Since than three
of Itop miutotrra hare preached on
the ilhtoet. Wo are glad to are
tlito a|drit abroad ia the land. Lit
tha monatar, athetom, ha cruahad.
abfe distance haa bean frown over
of late, with tbaaxaaptkm of anar
row paawga way kept open br tha
variouaomft gatag either way,—
to put nut
that body, aad though the effort
will pruheblr be madeTa tbeSeoato
to get s feirto ebowtag for Georgia
it will probably foil. TU idea tbit
in a Mil appropriating over ten md-
liooa of dofiara, Ueorgia eboald get
only about lltOjOOO.to ebilHog,
Iba more ao wbea wa ream
It to claimed that tha writable
Charity Hope baa at laat been found
infto'mda pud wow awaits Menti-
flcation by Mb tether, to wham
atone tha former with whew Char-
Jry to ataytng will g|M bln up.—
Tha tefV description of hie capture
curnwpcnda with what baa I
published on the eubfaot.
Humb for M liberty I
haepoaanly frwutohed toaaaed
the 0. S tiormunent. bqtatoo gol
den haH rice for general dtotribu-
tfoa.a*saed,by Urn Superintendent
af Agriculture. Cmamtoatoner te-
I)M took Mr. 1. B. MMnuk
fire crop of IMO Aw the above pur-
pare. Thto rice to aenl tubaofan-
Barxh Uernhanit peonounoae thto
Opinton of American man
*Tno practical; net poetic enough;
phew loo lunch tobacco; do not lift
their hate fteely when they
Mire. On tha other hand,
nuallttoa, goad; good huehamle;
fond fatter*; respectfal a on pan.
util infringing dignity.—Itoat Ap-
A miafoiywbbhr recently died in
Want in MwdriJIa, Dmn, Store
fria death, gpth haa bean made
pad to every nook and aw vtoaawta
py and other toluahfoa were fownd.
■The fiat two hatua' search brought
pat, to grid. MM; aitore, $1,90;
greenback, ffJMk, bed Am a bwb-
pl of paantaa aud a bos IW1 of fraa-
tlonal currency. There were alao
Urge gunp ol county ordeia not
counted, eix gold watclioe, twenty-
JJre aijrer wgidtae, and other ailvrr
how email prerioue apprupriationa
to our riven aad harbor* hare
been. I have toareed that eoare of
the eery men who prepared tbia bill
d > not am pruts at. and admit that
it to baaed oo a wrong principle.—
They aay, however, that H la the
very beat lhatean be dear, breanae
they ere eoupelled to eo diatribate
Ilia amount to lia naad for river and
harbor iniprovewwata aa to aecore
Uio twee no of tba bOL Tn other
to, rich end powerfal atataa
with largo influence aad atany
votea bore get I be Una'e ebara and
hare Urn poor aad undeveloped re-
giooe to take the rret At thto
rate Georgia'e riven will bedevel-
oasd at a elow rule and her barbate
wiA not bo very inviting to oowv
aa. I have rent yon a copy of
tba US and you have dooMiaae
published, before thia letter win
reaeb you, the petty lint of Oeor-
gto’e appropriations. Tba atato-
taant to made in defonae of tbo
lewgar appropriation of $95,000 for
tbo Saranuab rirer and harbor
that the work needed at tha river'e
month to nloMMt dona, and tha bar*
bor to now core of a steady aad eafo
gatawajr to tha sm. But from wbat
f can learn of tbo eondltion of
tbinge at Savannah, while there baa
been n gnat improvement, yet
$100,(100 would be ao appropriation
tnoeh more eommenaurata with no-
i than ia $26.1100. Bruns
wick, with ito trade jual wlii.ro it
needa oneounigoraent, gate only
$8,000, bat nalaro haa given Urune-
wick a fortnno in her harbor.
There have bean (bur raefl killed
to Bibb county ainoa the appoint-
uent of the new Solicitor.
Tha f’nmy feud wanU to know
ban brother Orubb to going to
"INt out another fourth relate nag.
Atlanta ia certainly a live, pro-
irareive place, if wa may judge by
niter of rowa published to
Five priaooare eacaped from jail
In Jreup, a few daya ago, in open
daytime. At laat aceounla they
had not bean recaptured.
Camilla longs for a Jnl—not that
her peo|de ere any worm than oth-
vre, but bccauee, aa Mrs. Tomlin
iys, “it'e a good thing to hnvo.''
Bov. Dr. J. L. M. Cmry line licen
elected by Urn trustees of the Tea-
body fund to All tha vacancy oc
casioned by tha doath of Dr. Soars.
Bar. 8. baud rum, of Savannah,
haa aereptad tho position of “Ki-
unuuial Secretary and lecturer on
Theology" of Mercer Institute at
Jeaup claims to have tha cham-
|iton rieven-yuaroM girl (in weight)
in the State. Give us your figures,
brother Sulind, and then we will
talk with you.
Tbo meeting of the State Agri
cultural Society that was U> have
barn Md in Bain bridge on tiia 8th
didn’t meet. Too much measles
"Belli* Heartburn," as Bill Arp
oalto tor, appeared to Atlanta laat
weak, and created a genuine
Bon. $3JM0 of tickets were cold
long before the performance began,
Their reams to to a scarcity of
asen willing or able to stand bond
around and about BJackshear. At
baal wa ao Infer from thto local to
-Will not tho
Great Give* lead aa i few more
man calculated to stand bonds f—
teb are scarce."
Wa learn with andnare of the
dioili u( iitiie-hoooc«d Msnd t
ObL Frank L IVpper, of Arlington,
Ga , which event took place last
coast of Georgia, and Brunswick in
particular, one of which your May
or baa learned, aa demonstrated by
hto now total, to to made by Mr.
Hewitt, tot ue hop*; n grand ana-
care, and bearing intimate retotfona
frith thia city and ito grand system
Thirty ream ago this city was
straggling village; now, with sub-
arhe, a population of lt^OO perma
nent population, and from 50,000
to 76JOOO guests, who stay for a
longer or shorter time through the
winter. Every house, almost, to a
boarding house, and the hotels—
the Hu Janice, Duvol, Csrieton,
Windsor, not to qvik of a doaen
Iren pretentious ones—are kept with
a degree of care, ncatena and at
tention to the comfort of guceta not
oxceeded in any of tba great cos
mopolitan cities of the union.
There are churches at every tom
—(hive Methodists, two IYesbyte-
liana, one Congregational, one Bap
tist and one Catholic, besides du
plicates by the colored people.—
There to alio a Ana hospital, known
as SL Lukes.
Tlie school gyrtem and private
schools are admirably kept
Bay street, on tho rirer front, hag
a solid mile of brick buildinga and
is crowded with wholesale end re
tail storm which would do credit to
any city. Trices are Hew York
prices with only freight added.—
There are also stores devoted to the
sale of Florida curiosities, where
everything can lie found from an
alligntor’s tooth to a sea-cow.
Tha houses throughout tho city
well built and each nestles in its
grove of omnge, lemon and other
tropical aud semi-tropical fruits nnd
shrubs. Mowers nrc cultivated ev
ery where—“a thing of beauty aud a
Over ninety steamers ply the wa
ter* of tlie St. Johns, some of them
palatial in dimensions and appoint
ment Twenty-ilve vessels are in
port loading with lumber.
Tlie manufacture of sezare ia an
Important and constantly growing
industry. The health of Jackson
ville will gradually make this bus-
Inca, more important, it being rs
favorably located for it sa Key West
ami not so liable to rphlemicr.
The streets ore crowded with bus
iness men ami visitors. Real
late to active sod rapidly changing
hands One in itanc* among many
ia sufficient to indicate tlie prosper
ity of tine city and section: A place
on# and one-half miles from Jack
sonville, was sold laat August for
teinOO; and a week ago, re-sold for
$9,OUT). Building lots are high ard
in demand; as instance—ore lot of
moderate dimensions several streets
back from Bay street, held at C7,-
OW, and which hat changed hands
several times at lower rates. As
ter's building at tha extreme wset
of Ray street, ia a noble mercantile
building, trimmed on tho wert with
granite and with magnificent gran
ite front on Bay street, three sto
ries high, five stores on first door,
and cut up into beautiful offices on
second and third floor.
The increase in population has
been elate upon a thousand a year
each year for several yean past, and
will to much more rapid when
the Way cross and Florida, and For-
nandira and Jacksonville Roads
are completed. Souq work will
on a direct railroad lino
from here to SL Augustina and
Iberiee to the Halifax river, which
stretches down tha eastern coast of
Florida. The Ukt Kusti* Rail
way owned by CoL Lana, of Geor
gia, and amoristre, the railroad
from Sanford, at Lake Monroe, to
OrUndoaad projected to Charlotte
Harbor, on tba Gulf ooml, a mad
mma tabs built from a point oo
the At. Johns, above Into Harney
to tha Indian rirer, aad other pro
jected lines, will soon oprnt up the
in great numbm
does nut equal the
to Jacksonville and must toon pro-
Jacxaotanua, Ft*., Feb. 7,181.
thto rity.aamBngontto WJi BAW AB M «UJI|Atonto»tomw res- *” 'MBM&Arm*
tho SL Johns, ham hiatarv nf der tho hvi of tnds whirh .«nnfl _
of the St Johns, tttf -ft Jb&ory of dcr tho Uvs of tnde i|hkb JAnnot
recent date foil of laaaona for tho brijgndbd.
oHcon tha bar to programing
rapidly. Appropriations 1 wlU
made as needed by tha Federal
Government until Jaatoonvilto aaa
boast af a good harbor, tha want of
which haa heretofore bean tha on
ly draw-back on ito prosperity.
The population, both Northern
and Southern, are alive to the in
terest* of their beautiful city, and
I make a prophecy just tore that I
want you to remember Are years
from now, tc-wit: that in Are years
the population w® be double and
the business triple what it to now.
No man willingly take* the blame
of hto own blunders. A lawyer’s
failures are due to the stupidity of
i algo or jury; a doctor’s to the vio-
encc of disease which no akill cau
subdue; a merchants to the gener
al depression of tnul*, for which ho
to not responsible, and a farmer's
to unpropitioos seasons; but yet
there will be some who succeed un
der these same conditions to which
others attribute their owu failures.
The fault to too often in ourselves,
only we do not wish toeeeiL—Tort
The ice harvest on the Hudson
river has closed for tlie season, at
cne of tho earliest date* on record,
and in shorter time and at lem
coat than ever before. It ia believed
that 3,00(y)00 tons have been
cured, at a coat of $750,000, or
twenty-fin cents a ton. Id 1880
only 15,000 tons were harvested,
and in 1879 2,000,000.—.Vore.
Joseph Brennan, a contractor on
tho Tehsunte|iec interoernuie rail
way, has been dangerously wound
ed by an nss.-jaiii in ambush.—
Much opposition is umnifested
against the enterprise, ami it is
fen red that tho engineers sent to
tho isthmus bv dipt. Knds will
meet with trouble.—file. Ecu*.
NOTICE OK PIMBOLtTlOX.
InaseM. Oa. Smij u. US]
n* fca SIWn*, hm a tar. uu»n
M lav. M SunS, Oa. la Ota 4M Wnl
«MS UM-ltanta I tarsi
* mi* In Ml m»m Ika pwtto M
<wa.M«*ltaSllla O. V. 1MT
SMC «iu NM* '
wrek. In his .loath that thriving I
ware and jawalrv. Besides all this, i to » n haa lost one of its beat friends, j
ho to found to have been worth | We tender to his wife an.l children J p,,,,,;,,* tn ,| w ;|| omtimreTi pour
f ,0jXW in real • state. ,our shin iest evmpathies.
into this section.
Read This Letter—It is Only One of
e-siwniiD. Tsxs., Nov. 27, IHS0.
D'C J. Uauirieur—Sir: My dsugli
ter liss bevu stfluniiK b»r rusiiy yesri-
willi tint dresiKul tiflliolioii kunwu s«
Feawle Disrose, wliiili Ijil. co«I rnt-
■usiiy dollsrs, sm! uotwitlislsinllug I
hsil tlie Uvt omlicil stleodsue.-, could
not Ufid rrlft-f. I Iisvm nsed lusoj oth
er kiisls of uisdicitH) withoat sny of-
fret. I hsd jnst sln.il givi-n her np,
«M out of heart but happened io tba
atora of W. W. Kelt let arvaral weeka
aineu. sod br khowiog uf my daughter's
•DJs'ti.Ki. persuaded me to try your
PWiele Bopikdor. Abe bep.ni Io iai-
prove at uaoa. I was so delightad with
Ua rflsvt that l bought Sr vend aon
hutttaa The price, tLH a bottle,
■armed to lie vrry high at flnt, but I
mm think it the cheapest pveperatinu
on the globe, aud knuaiuv what I do
shunt it, if to-day one of aiy family
was sufirriog with that awfal duesas,
I WcnU have it if it coat 090 a buttla,
for I can truthfully my it haa eared
ray daughter sound ami well, aud my
self sod wife do must heartily recom-
meud yesir p emale Regulator to he
just what it is recuanucndad to be,
jtnIMw H.’ D. Paavraiwiow.
Va dysfcw to eaT the attesttoa of
such o* oar readers aa may be ouoUsu
i laUa~ buoaekeeplwf, or "be are re-
pie wishing their stock of hoa-e-for
nishiug Deerassries, to the oral of Mr.
“barlvl I» Hadle. r, Coojvt Iestitufa,
New York dly, where may ba found
ia doer a complete asaoriaent of
Whiles— DeooreteJ French China,
aad English Porce'sio Dinner, Tea ami
Chamber seta, eta, aa well os ail metal
aud wooden warm. This firm has long
made a specially of sending their wares
throughout the country, on receipt of
T. O. money order or by express C.
O. D-; aud as they are reliable ami ex-
perirucad, this is often of great ad
vswlage to our friends at a distance.—
Catalogue sm] Price-list mailed free oo
Now Ad rertimareata.
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It is a MAtlVET, of HEALINO
and BEI.IEF I
Si mple, So rwiblc. Direct, Pitin*
r 1cm, Powerful I
II t’l'RKV ahurr *11 rla* Dll*. A RRYRfsA*
THIN and IIKVUMITIUM la IMklia. Ah-
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auiDuctory Internal iiMNUetatm, tond for oar
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HKAVY AND FANCY
Cigars & Tobacco,
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Lime$ Corn & Hay
aa toad. Wu al*o rail yaar altea
~ *•>•* of Kaaitor always la yard.
Bhwaaa. Call wa aa totera
Ito. Oar Mr fomste arm tto toak «t*r writ I
larrfcct Vorlh or tomwtk. Oaf tolarfr l^totu’u to-|
arurr anld Imaa ttoa 91 a& uraamll ak fl. Mtyarda
*UI foatea drmua Bwl war akarh la Baa aaar
Kid (Itotre ak tedforea ftkmrn. Caah, hf 1 aad
to*« Murk HmtHh tkAsmaf ak $tism ateah 4m-
Nto< kto torn* jairmu ia ito Mate
W* Muat clom*- ont huas sfaur taiuauaaa i
te are km ru>«* fur »af toaima— apnar uteufc. Wr
topma FiaWrotJurimu. aad •*• aril Itow aada«
•a* white $•»!• a* teau te amm emul tea* lhaa any
fOVVINd TnVTRMUsFt Ta* arui
to Mrilr* uYttola
LMteBifvtt h I
Vraaavlch. tea. to. UU.
152 BROUGHTON St.,
Look for the Red Sign.
TOmums. Tretwv U ks Vtatosra
Tuacun be Relieved & Cured
^ The t ‘Qnly"LungPadOo.
>- -- —— MiiHirm simtmmim w
sVrar.- Sait tea Mmi
GLYNN ffHERirru BALES.
Re* 7Wwfu^fa”Marti, 1881.
(OOMVOVKD or TVS OlMMAVU AUD
SAVOYBE IVWBAMCS tt>.*V|
BRITISH ilBKUAiSSd’B 00.
T. O* CONNOR, Jr.
arPVKLuvof at tbkt low kaim.
C. P. GOODYEAR,
ILuasw tasmmma, eassassd
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kara Jaat R»maud a iam Mark wflrmmL OVOCCIte
HEAVY AHO FANCY,
Ta whlmh wa tavtte ito atteaktea ml kmmm
Tobaccos & cigars.
‘As Low as the Lowest ’
Slsn m Ssat sf l*M Ssass, a
BRUNSWICK, - GA.
1 Is asks llb.nl sJ-
Brunswick, - - Georgia.
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