Advertiser nnd Appeal
T. (J. HTACT. Editor in*
THE UOVKUNOHX MEHHAOE.
Elsewhere wo publish entire the
of Oar. A. H. Colquitt to tbe
i LcgMntnre. We tnke biine
witb- t His Kxetllenry in bio im/ifinf
recoinniciidntiou to that honorable
i/ifil hn, ten mieoil far tbe Job- body >o groat the rrqneot for m onboi-
moiftiniulit Srtniumh. ■ I fiy or (Blwcii^tiAi of $20,0110 to the
Dr. It. U. Harris, of Darien, lino
taken bis sent in '.ho Sonuto fur that
district by n vote of 21 to 14.
Think of.il, jo farmers of, Georgia.
$70,000 liAlo'lkkift ciMleetecf of yon ns
fertilizer lax fur tbo jmst year.
This V,wn.i* big weak in Hines
riilc, Liberty county. It marked the
clneing * sc-rsl-a s of "jadweii lusli-
Day by ■!«» Gw H-iegrsiss and dai
ly papers give tlm cheering news that
l’mndent Hartteld continues to Im
prove, This is h.-iiic) with delight all
over tbo Inml nml nowhere more to
Ibuu iu (bo Sofitfc.
Mr. Itobt. ii. Nicolson, son of John
Xicohton, K-q , of Savannah, was
drowned last Sunday at Tybce. Ho
unwittingly ventured beyoud tbe life
line, and paid the forfeit. His body
drilled ashure during ilia night.
Mrs. Lydia Dnidicr, of Kllinghani
county, left nt her death, last week,
eight children, twenty-six grand-chil
dren, and fifty-two great- grnnd-chiV
droii. She was indeed n "motlior in
Israel," being eighty-four years old.
Nuw York JftrolJ: Yassar has ono
smart girl wiiu will, iu Ilia hereafter
be heard of in women's rights socie
ties. Slio described "straw" us being
a hollow thing witli u ten-cunt man
ou ouo end of it aud a twouty-conl
drink uu the other end.
Atlanta wants the State to appro
priate $20,(101) for the benefit of her
Cotton Ex|io»ition. Atlaula is fast
Iweomiug as exacting as a spoilod
child. Wc would recommend llint
the Stiilo gently blit firmly sit down
ji|uin this wnywnrd daughter.
Thu Macon and Urunswick Itailmad
advertises in nil Atliinta paper for
bids on forty-two miles of railroad be
tween Macon and Atlanta, tlicro be
ing fifty miles moru not yet located.
This would iudinatu that tlio road
goes up the west hunk of the river.—
The railroad authorities in this city-
know nothing 6f it—Itomn Tb'jrajJt.
Thu eottem eiiaisitioii of Atlanta
has ussiimeil a now feature since its
first inception. It is, iu truth, to bo
a world’s fair. Not only cotton bnt
every other industry will bo repre
sented, nud it will be a kind of ecn-
teuuial celebration. A circular from
tlm Director-!lonoral announces that
space will not lie charged for, lint
Unit exhibitors can liavo nil they need.
Atlanta Cation Exposition. This is
emplistirnlly Atlanta's scheme to
draw |>coplc to hcr bordi rs—let ber
pay the bills, snil not tbe Stnto of
Georgia. It was opposition to this
same spirit, evinced by the Gate City,
that actuated hundreds who voted
against ( A jljgta.'pvJS'MtiW*!- Tilc )
feared she would seek to nlnorb ov-
stythirg-.' Kuwf.'we Have no omr-ciim.
In I’m lLiss»*lrou—wa are ghd it
>r ' • !:c!:l, tiduk it u big tiling, ex
pect - to visit it, ctc.;-elc.- bnt don't
think the State is called npou to foot
**y- '-ills, any moivi limn oi the --:sorth
Georgia* Agricultural Fair." We
want Hob Toombs' ides carried out,
to-wit: “Iioek tbo door of Hie treasu
ry and throw nwsy the key." We
trust the Legislature wilt view this
thing from the proper standpoint.
Taken ns n whole, wc think the
messngo rather weak—that is, not
out-spoken on the vital issues now
before file people, to-wit: The Bail-
Road Com mission, the lunatic asy
lum, the temperance more, the con
vict system, and the M. A 1). Railroad
extension. A part of these lie loach
es ou very meugerly, and tlio rest be
leaves to take earn of themselves.—
Write another tnossage, Governor,
and he full nud explicit uu tlicso
points. These arc they in which the
people are 'interested, and not in tbe
speelor of fcrttlfzora, tbo Tax Collec
tors' bonds, the Colton Exposition,
Yorktowu Centennial, etc.
OI file Excellency. The Ouremur.
tbo Ooncrn) Assembly:
ineo of my official obligstion,
in s few sn
vile yonr attei
of these I regard aa possessing special
if not prossiug importauee, and, in my
judgment, sbonlil bare careful con
would now bring to yonr notice, I
would designate on? present
“ ixspkctios rr.zs os miTiuzrits."
When the law wss framed instilnt-
ing the office uf "Irisjieetor," it was
deemed imnortaut that tbe fee* d“-
SOUTII ASI) SOUTH IIAILHOAH.
Tbe pun ln~e money for the North
and South milromVmioOnting fo fto,-’
500, was pnid to tlio State on the’lat
of d$fy, and tbo proper traiuder of
that property baa been fully conffiiu-
MACON AND ImUXaWICK UAILUOAU.
Tbe owners of this great interest
aro pressing foiward the work of com
pletion as contemplated by the law.
si deration. Among tbo subjects I nni j j bavo every reason to beliove
that all (heir cngsgenients with ;tl*o
Ststo will be fully complied with.—
They giro satisfactory assurance that
they will not only do this ns rapidly
ns possible, but that they will build
•thsr lines of ruiiruad that wilt build
from tlm remnining
bunk tin- siiritb e on it-
snl suy ili lien ur
ellily Im-cIJ iscu
levied on plop
inffieicut to pn;
Ik is expected,
over, that a eoosidorublu portion of \J 4 ,iv(*JlStlli St.i
this amount will he realized from the!
assets of the bank. No doubt is on-
tertoinod the b every -dotLr
Stale by this bank will lie collected,
I’rm>cr Iggal navy linen
inatitutcil by tlm Attorney General,
assisted by R-J-. Moses,-Esq., torot-
Icct the sains-of 1 momW irtuaSkS 1 State
< rn >v«»l Iim l»IUJO STORK t
,1,-uiIi uid tlio public monorail.
the nl«iv» location. »n<! p ready Iu «rv« hi/
t u lllru lro.4» aup|>lf of
iiv$xl /turn tbo halo ol fcrttiizore in tlio l «p jR-l anduvclopeid w cliuim uf
SUU* uImh.M h-ur-thf of such ' lllt . State, and make the Macon aud | the ra*c of t *• !*•«••*■• f
ovureiaht .»f &!<• traffic as would pro- j Brunswick rood n link in a poweifnl j prcim* Court boa double*! that the
teefc tba comronnitv against impost* j ntli \ fructifying system, W« bare in j Skate Iium ii sj^riul lien on nil itRpr-»p*
ike ingu cuaraettr, tbe ample mraualcrty nml ASM«ta f<» iTie’«<U*nt ot Bw
of those who bare thus great work in amount of its bolnl to the State, nml
their control the most aHanriug guar* in, imh>|iemlefit of nuid limi, entitled
iintecs of its success nud good uiau* to priority of payment nixV all tin-
agement. J other owlitow of hm id hank. Tliir
The State is to l>e ooligrntuiated on | doianiou is likewise apphe-ahio to tin
the henry influx of capital induced by i Citixena' Bank.
led the snuih oi> mot my muaw n
by both tbe»o li.injis, iiUiL.t'l w, ibw ; 11 ■ It if 111 i !■ J * t f< • ■ **
f .. ; , i!,.-i r eba-ters. Ti c Gen-m!;***.-* V| , m< | TOOtit BrUSllCS,
j Assembly is dontitlesn itdviscil tnat m j *
Tlio J os ii 11 SailwH, in s|icakiug of
“niilroad luiigimge,” thus eulogizes |
Ut'M I JMl Ex-CONEEIIEIIA I'EH.
Wasiiinoton, .Inly IS.—There wns
some stir crenteil here over tbo au-
nonncainent that tbe Commissioner of
1’cnslons, Dmllv, intends to ilismii
all tbe clerks in bis Lnronn, who
scrtisl or were connected with the
confederate army dnring tlio rebel
lion. The Evening ffiar quotes Dnd-
loy ns snying that while lie has no dis
position to discriminate against cx-
conferlerates, lie thinks limy ought
not to hold positions which pnts in
tbolr |iowcr to pass upon tlm claims
of union soldiers. This matter has
created mure talk and interest than
any question nut connected with the
ITosidcnt since the attempted assas
sination. There is considerable talk
on the streets about if.' •
> Tlji i. V * ‘ J .
A DAY HE TltANKqul VINO
trntbfally assertoil that this tax was
paid by the consumers—and they
wore for a tory large part confined to
tho planting community—it Is never
theless also tbe fact Hint these con-
Bnmcrs have been completely protect
ed by tbo operation of the law, and these enterprises us much as ou the
Porfumorv and' Toiled Article
lias been HiiggcsU'd, in view of tho
probnblo recovery of Trctd'lcut Gar
field. We doubt if any Mimilur day
wnen tho war him ever U*en ao enthn-
niasticnlly olwerved na will lie this
'»bou appointed. Tho whole nation,
r.iilroud uuihoriticH nud ndviitca Hkiu I irrospoctivo of party linea, will any
to menu wliiil liny any:
Knilronds u*o ijucer buiguago to ex-
proHH tboinaelvca. Thoy any “Look
out!” and menu look in, and "Twen
ty iniuutcs for breakfast! " and leave
in tifteon. A gentlemen, n resident
of North Cnroliun, took breakfast nt
•he Jesup Henan yesterday *u»iuiug
wiih served in this way nud hnd to
wait until one o’clock, and tnke the
chilli com of ever fiutling Ins overcoat
••1 couteuU of the ;n>ckcta. lie did
noicii to tbo propoaition nml .obaerve
the day with becoming ceremonies.
Democrats and liopuhiicnnn alike will
join in heart-felt gratitude to a mer
ciful Providence for sparing their
chiof executive, nml may wo not liopo
that the ri KUjt oi this whole motter
will In.* to bring together iu closer uu
ion tbe two Hectioun nml tlio two par
< >f one thing, however, wo nro
not like it much, nml said there whkI 81,10 —Gnrtiold does not feoT mo ugly
Hiicii n thing a*. Kedeml Court iu Ida j towards the Southern ku-klux(?) ns
State where he could get sonic sntU- [he u»ed to.
faction, if tho officials nt Snvnnnnli
did not make it all right. Conduct*
on* Hhould not bay twenty iniuntciiun
less they menu it.
Jt'Mip sVc/i/oiW. If n man kflls an
other aud CfUiiiot be hung unless the
iu#nt to kill be proven, what shall lie
done with the man whoso intent to
kill is published to the world by him
self, nud believed I y everybody, yet
wliohc victim, through the providence
of Cod, if* spared, after much suffer
ing? Iu olhtr words, will ihu con
viction of oshuuII and battery w ith iu
t «J.XKI'I KI.II'H FI Nil.
Public sentiment having been
aroused in favor of Mrs. GarHeld, on
account of the shooting of the Presi
dent, n fund wns started for tbe wife
of the murdered President. But lie
didn’t ilio, nud one would naturally
suppose that the subscription would
be suspended, but it 1ms not, amt al
ready it amounts to neatly $100,000.
In addition to thin, hoiqo New York
| organization voted ^’ioO.tKNi to the
I President, when ho wns thought to
tout to kilt, with its attendant penal* 1 be dying, in order that bis tuiud
ty, atone for the great crime commit-1 might lie eicy as to the future of hia
toil ngainst tbo Chief Magistrate of j family. It would seem Hint tho Pres-
the nation? We think Uot, and that ident will find bin wound vastly to
while the crime is fresh in the miuUs i bis |Htcnninry lulvnubigo.
of the people, a »|wm*iI court should j » ~‘ ~
bo convi-m.il. au.1 qui.-k ilispatobimuk- At Albullv ^VtiiinIVl lu.l'u, lJtli iust,
of tin- owe. Till- iJ.s Hist til* I’re»i-1 * hcn f u i iuK uW -.-t in.iv«..n to
dent of this nntiou is uo u.oro tluin Conkling mi.l 1'I.KI. Tliu
auv other citizen is rather i-outrncUnl. i , t | j „ tlr|K .,| llv „ v „ lu M
Uo b tho head of u great pe«t>le, nml -y,j
tbo penalty for uttempt at his life
aliould bo immediate death. Lrnien-
tbo solo of worthless or frnndnlcnt ma<
ntircH is now rarely complained of.
Tbe cbnrgo of fifty cents per ton on
all inspected fertilisers was tlmnght,
at the.time,to be n reasonable one, nnd
it brought into tbe treasnry a «nm
amply snfllcient to meet all the expen
sos of tho department of ngricultnre.
From $27,058, this sum has increased
till it lias reached the large figure of
$70,232—nn amount altogether be
yond tho current demand of the de<
partraoot. While there are, prrhnps,
very fow who would question the lien
ofit to tbo farmers of the protection
against inferior or bad fertilizers now
Hccnrod by our State laws, it will be
readily cottcedod that he aliould not
bo made to pay on mironnnnnhle or nn
unnecessary tax for tliis benefit. A
tax of twenty-five cents per ton on nil
fertilizers inspected iu the State would
not only lie ample for all tlio needful
demands of tbo de|mrtment of agri
culture, blit would nlao enable Hint
valuable branch of the government to
found and cqnip nti " experimental
station," which tbe Commissioner of
Agriculture dcains of great iui|Hirtniico
iu promoting tho farming intcro-t of
tbo State. 1 am clearly of tbe opin
ion that the present tax should lie re
UMK II.MI.IIOMI COMMISSION.
In the case of Tilly vs. the Iluilroad
.Coiuuiission, in tbe federal court, tbe
right of tbu Stato to rcgnlutc the rail-
roods And the constitutionality of tho
powers of tbe comiuiaHiou were iu is
sue, mul fully disciiasod and settled.
Tho mnin poiuto decided in that case
by Judge Woods arc:
1. Thai, independent of the consti
tution of 1877, tho right of rnilmnd*
to establish tbeir own sclicdnlca of
freights nnd fares is subject to legisla
tive control, where such railroads are
operating under charters obtained
siuco Jnuoary 1, 1803—that is, since
tbe adoption of tho Code.
2. Tbnt tbe Lcgislntnro, wider the
constitution of 1877, not only has the
!>ow*r. but it ia its duty U> regulate
the freights nud farm of nil railroads
fact that they will result in tlm estnh-1
lishmcnt of new highways of trade,
A NEW « A!1T(»I.
In conformity "kith % thy resolution j
»f the General AsM-niblv. npprovid
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,
deist s fresh and genuine
nnd they should be uiel in tlm liberjil, I)» c«*iibcr C. 1881, 1 advertised foi
nn 1 courteous spirit with which Geor-! plans and spccifieathms for
gin welcomes all who enter, .her bor-jrnpitnl Imildiug, o(Tcring the sum
ders with legitiimitc purpose oi
$250 for such a plan as may be i
ptfnl by the Legislature. The firm
In connection with the .Msciin aud j of Andrctv trllm A Wnnroiilicrger, of
Brunswick road I call nttcution to t Austin. Tuans, d»av**-4.ffcre«l w -plaii
. KINK UltEliX AMI IlLAUK TEAS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
the fact that the State owns along the
line of tho road and adjacent. thereto
a considerable number of lots of laud.
These lots, iu my judgment, should
LrntioiiN and mil H|icciticationH. I
lmve. iplMnujit^ip^Uiut.vilivi pinna mil
be fiirj/ip!ig',|. tUi* >vqok. , Tliyg* will
Atrutn 11. Col*;vkt,
o»*H MKNTl \IF*\’ Vs.
bo disposed of, ns they are rendered bo tfaiiMniUcil L to tlm General Aaaem
less valuable, day by dny, by the on-, bly us soou.ns rus-ived.
croachiJient of frespassers.
Prepnrntions nro now progri suing
for tho centennial ccluhrntion, iu Oc
tober next, of the surrender of Corn
wallis nt Y’orktmvn. It is expected
that this ccremoiiiul will be prcMiiited
in most imposing form. It will no
donbt l>e participated in by every
Stato in tliu I n ion, nml with such u
display of patriotic fervor ns such n
momornblt event will justify. Before
Georgia onn actively nud uintcrinlly
participate iu this celebration, your
consent nud eo-o)>cratioii will be nee-
j-y/f / ‘ 1 }<•
Physicians’ Prescriptions Accurately compounded.
Mt^uiljuuy tall* fi r HKtUcaHU, If nutllicd «t bla rt-sldt'ticr, coru
JAMES T. BLAIN,
C xL. iU
The Albany, A»yrs a/fd, tiyrtijr
thus hits the nail op t|iu bend in
speaking of the attempt p» get $20,-
000 of the |ieople’s money for the At-j
lant.n ^pttoi| ('l\|K>sitjou. • It.goys^ j
\Ve notice tlpi^a bill lins,ulfc-uly |
been iutrodueed in tla- f/i gislatyru tvi
appropriate $20,000 of the Stalv’sf
money for the liiternntiouiil Cotton
Kx|K>sition to Ixi held in Atlanta iu
October next. Now, Dip A’m* unJ.AU-
iyrti*r( is not opposed t«> the above-
named enterprise, nor do wo desire to
. , „ . on nmier*i«Hi«i a* bringing into inn s-
csani-y. I ileum all nr^u.i.e-uU. „r , |juu of u.o ^.T.tlc-
Iicals enf.ireniB tlio ilnt> ur imqiricty, ftlx . C |, K , 1KC ,| j u ju Ik lull; but uu nr.,
of our Statu taking n part, and nleml- nevertheless, unulterably opposed to
ing pnrt, in this august memorial ns I tli«> pnqsisition to give it Statu aid.
altogether ut.ealle.l fur. I mu mire U t**' 1 * 0 " C J ,01, « I '. , ° """
° . . ... I grand . Cotton Jvki H»iti«>n, itfid we
there is not a Stnto in tbe Uinou | wonl«l like very lunch to soothe JlTorta \ + e
whose entire history has evidenced n of those engaginl, iiij tliu unterpriH'* | |
higher and truer appreciation of tbu crowned with Hjiceyss’lyit I
libertv nml vesiNinsihilities which tlicv, C *-* M come from tin in ign.nrt is |
1 Ilf tlio ■inti-rpriKi.-'im'.! Hit-p.'..,.j.- uf
. . Atl iuta, who ‘ reap tha' b iiMil* of it,
is there one Unit maintains n more ll4l ,| uwt ol|t of l | JU ^n-kots of ibo UirJ
grateful heart towards a mereiful payers of tljo State. Tins Cotton im
providence nud tho immortal men jiwisition is Atlanta s entuprisc—not.
who gave us that victory. j 1 * 1 , 15 Status—und AtlanSa ought to
nn , takeenn o.il. It will iiicreiisc At-
The pri-Honce uf tl.i» B reat common. , lrlll „ „ ril . h b!U V0Kt ,
wealth Should not lie wanting nt n | bur hot. Is an.l hoarling bouses, nnd j
timo when hoiiors are to Imi paid to ( give th.-ti city sin ii a boom for q timet
tho names nud memories of those who ,,M u " *" Georgia has ever enjoy y.h!
iron the place wc now hol.l f,.r.- a.,,1 In-.iev it is nothintf Lul
n flight that the iHNiple and Imsiuess;
tho powers of the earth an.l 11.. , , 11UM J 1UII ' M |Miy for it , j
sertors of human freedom. Georgia lias iuid some uxjKiriuneu
THE INTERNATIONAL COTTON EXiDSITlov j in tile matter'of Stale aid, fuf which
A very distinguished compliment ' 1 M ’"P^' have paid deallv. and, it
! we nhiWiulH.r rightly, thu sanib mart
jfigiirtHl iu it all and tunuiiminted tho
O’OONNOB, & WENZ,
! Om: iiiiuiiirs old stand. Newcastle st.)
Bi # im^wiek 9 Georgia,
KEEP A FULL LINE OF FI11ST-CLASS
has been paid our state and capital by j
in thiffi Stato ..a ... .* •' I n guru. I iu it nil ami maiilimlnte.l 111
• • - tho selection of Atlanta ns tliu point uiuusurcs tbrougb toe LegialnLur.
Dorshnl. Mil fill* KM In litnLli I ...in not I .1 • t .1 II i t •« .1 ... .. .V .
taiit-'YS V wnblilVATiK rtEALKUS IN
porztoJ, KO far na to make them jil-t I , lt which nhonl.l be hcl.l the ox|wai
nml raaaonahlu null to prer. ut unjiiat j linn of cotton pruilncliun ami mami-
diaerumoatio... 'feclnrc. Thia
3. That to nppuint a roimuinKiuii the firzt week in October, will cim-
for that pnrixwe ia uut a iloh Ration ul; tiuiio for tliree niontba, nml will pro-
legislative power, but is tho employ-1 8 «.nt an inqiosiug array of tho multi-
incnt of thu pro|>er agency to ri-gu ate I f-»rm nsjiects and values of our great
freight nud pnaseuger tariffs. i Htn plo. Besidoa the universal ne-
I. That the act creating the rail* Uaaintanee which this great gathering
road commission uf this Statu is not i () f iuquisitivu and practical business
obnoxious to tho constitution of the' men will secure for our State, thereby
I. uited States or thu constitution of j introducing us to tho whole world, we
Georgia, and is therefore const it 11- ! will have assembled hero the emu-
l‘° ,lft l* I plcteti aggregation of instrumental!- *
In view of tho tiii|M*rtaiicc of tliis 1 ties aud tho fullest gathering of ex-1 institutions, such as t
cose, nud by tbo request of tlio Bail- ports engaged iu the interest of e.dl.m , ,l ""* chi' ll are ssdl.
rua,l Cuuimiaaiun, I employed -iw-iil- tlint iLe world Ihik evermin U-f.-r. .- 1 , "" 1 "•» J-> "
•ot coudmI lo Hill the Attorney «*«•>-1 It in nut mireiuoimUo to .•x|h.-,-I I lure J ^,1 .miu, ||,em" 'mini'I “ *
nml w iil grow out of tliis exposition such ally, and flu* bill, iqq^ipiiuting $20,-,
“* 5 ’ Atlanta,
luring tbo Bulloch regime, who
now at the burnt of the Cotton Expo
sition. Of con rife wi* allude to Mr. M,
1. Kimball, tho man of energy, who
has "done so much for Allautn." We
don’t want to revive old issue*, nud
mcrtdy allude to ili* iu n* one of our
reason* for opposing din- ap|>ropria-
tion. Twenty thousand dollars is a
small' request, when it is considered I
that it comes from oik* *»f KnnitUV> on-1
torprisea, hut it upcm* thu .way fur 1
other lin'd larger doinauds ; utiicii will
• lx* almost sure to follow,
i The State rtf Georgia has no money *
j to squander upon Sir. Kimball nud i
Atlanta enterprises. She Ims public i
lie Lupntic nsy*,
whirll are sadly in need of
FEED. HAY, Etc.
. h/.iiii'/ii.i 1 i " i '
.in .i H
GiAndk ' bought anil sold on closest fig.-
oral. Goneral Hubert Toombf
Messrs. Mynatt A Howell were re-) nn iniptiinc* to tlie manufacture of j MX) of the Slut**'* ni aiey U» Ati.iiif
Lined by mo. The Liter firm h..» 1 0o tt O n, mi.-li n number ot.vilnl „„„. ( Kimlmll * C.. i- nidn- 1,1.. pum
been paid* |x>rtiuu of Ibu f.-e ..nt of: h „, MionSi Ui||, n, I VY,„um' ll 7*K*j*'.t.,lj|o,-te7i'.
tbe eoiitmgent fund. General TuohiIm hiindling, n» xhnli renult in iiumcmm- l»u. J. Mji.jxn r
ba» Ihkiu pnid uutbinK yet Yu.ir .it- ! ra |,| 0 bem-fit to the whole euimlrv.
lent ion is respect fully otdhsl to the
matter, that provision mny be made
for the payment of throe gentlemen.
I herewith transmit the third semi
annual report of thu railroad cummin* t,ie eouaideration
sion for the inforiuatiim of the (
trill* '■ pf\ A' ior'. irAi
rtl.tl )icrha|*i such g»aal to tho StNitfi-i J* uL\ .iUyi I,Jji (
tried traveling, differ*'a ' *
rn States ns tin* most sniigitiuu have having
not ventured to pr«*liot. I comnn nd i
this important subject to your fa
Vh l Anfi lioj»'e‘l>y a study of tile wants of bur
i .fe“.‘„. L ri'' c ustoniers‘iidt only to keep those we now
I 1 or*l AtKcmbly.
i Been »i*etl by the llottentots iuu v.irietv I
Cy will embolden others who tuny tak* jof diMiiwo*. Fr**m the*** rnd** j»rm*titioa- Tvi *Tou» KoM*. I *u«i»
it into tluiir h#w.J- ♦'* »„••!! a prv* i.J.»'»• ".v the I***-! riirougb mistake. inadvert*>uc*v and pn?
*• *3 , perim|»s other cnUNin. a lame niindier
Two of tlio State’j* de|*»sit*»
violcttc**. A* HOt-ii as wo
giving lNvtlrinu f*r«**thfii^
«li-«MH*i U^M|, t(> ||Ililtl*. till!
i* tti-r than lie had d..u. to
1 "' have but to
SWELL. THEIR NUMBERS.
I It ’
"What siia/i bo done with Gni-
toau in a query coming up from
many quarters. It used to l»e thought |
in tbo west itn fellow w.» abwlnt.ly | „ r „ WwI , fcl
good for nothing be: mmld do f..r .„ M , , hr a„ y '
bail, tmt, f* Kkcly, Gmtcart! t.„* k d.ist dop*«lt. milky .Ibchargw
se. Comt'.imd with .In
d. wrnlde inswdu jow.
»tion of K tukui’t. C- ui|h
t of Biiclni and Juniper
roli.ddt* ictuHilv foi tori
’ incoutinciieu of iiiit»c,
of the county ofiicuis wh«»v
would not b*gwibWo for tbit por-j' ',l'r.iw^“Sf ttV»^W-^w^vidk
polio, zji a retpootobltr ebfiyWTwould n.q^, ku*I .ln.|»frat .-.Killing i i imn. wo
turn nwny from bim In dizgnzt. ' “
Tbo rzrioaz stock enb-rprinet in
AogtuL, Ga., haT«rooouUy.lwi»ii do-
dsriog diridendt. $580,770.75 bare
been jmid out 14 fills mj>
eh-etiit nlid (lie Citizen..' D-inL of G
i t *r tml m January laxtfaiL.1 In exeenfe sr.J i. L-iicveii ibai tno property and a- j
*,,l t'i.'u.i I Iheir official bouiL within the timer m-tn of tho Citizens' D.mk will l>«- i, ..
it prove* proarriboil by law. I udi-r the ndviro plv mtlii-ient t*. pay every .l,,llrir .In. -'' '
".TJq!;"' of tllu Attorney General, the bonds of Hie Stab* by that bank without re l' t ' w
atiop .»f iby bladfWr ,^ cw offictrs, filed sfterw *r«l*. wore j sorting to a s»!c *»f tiro prtqtcriy of, it t»,
aceeptofl, they ami then /••vmities • the suritiea on its bond. A little over wjl *
tt hr* t
*• |«.tn»all over tin
ag** I Un.k a toi|tl«-
»mw edtirely w. II
i**m»- lltt* liMfReiin*»
u- -: y-„! -l*dk'%e«il
(•■ lelief % *J palll. It
. I frirTv *
tfi iukfut that lay I*tt* utit.ii uyis eotkrt i • i
I In•!*■ that all who ■
* . .pnfi' ! fm '
d - "• ***vu | oight thousand dollars l$S,000) hnsj this great r*-
, . . - agreement that the bonds, though ( becu collectetl from tho Batik of ( suffer will giv
- n lL ,uu * « taken '
•y all ilraggut*. i*^13co*2in . f flU,e %i l V^a* ,,, ^ 1 P 9 iUbtiy bad if h assignee to pay into tho State ■— ■ ■ .
, tl> • l*een nled in time, and that tlic L.'ois- , . £
* i i i treasury nine thousaml live hnndretl NOTH K
Ikiglit'* *li«.»n*c of the kii?ii**r«. gravel, **l arw ought past any law deemed, *
LL-U-*. ratiirrti ..f tl„- I.L-i.I.I.-r, larnu I P ro l l *r lo W"* Mi-t Lm-Lall tht force ''"Hara ? ' «">ri, "nw in ita
\Y. 1). Cllmonis,
weakness an* .
Mud female i nn ‘* effoet of valiil statutory official * hands. W lion % this is pail that bank
11 iu *'tte’ii liiods. An act legalizing these bonds w ill idill owe the State alrout $30 000. mlSr.i
Tty it and U iui.wuuil. is dcvuicsl advisable.
1 If this sum should liot bo iculi/ctl t
MMUaiaLk. Jwttv -L
AHU'Sirs F. FRANKLIN &
Bay Street, - - - - Brunswick,