I Col. Oulu's
• from Atlanta to Homo by a
vote of 3C to 4, thus
mnch talked of and vc
Tho largo storo houso of B. F. Al
len, of Kicoboro, occupied by Brough-
tou k Bro., was destroyed by fire on
tho night of tbo 29tb ult., together
with the entire atock of goods. En
tire loss about £3,500, of which about
Waycross Reporter: "We learn that
of thousands of at ran
will visit tho exposition, and never in
tho history of the Stato has thoro been
any such opportunity to favorably
to tho world tbo great pi
bilitios of tho Stato, nnd tho advau-
it offers to the employment of
d nnd labor. Our neighboring
s have seen this nnd have been
lg of oxhibits. " Will the citi
zens of Georgia permit this opportu
nity to pass? I hope not.
commonco to locate tbo lino of the
Waycross Pacific Railway. This is
another enterprise for Wuyc
which will be put through in a hurry,
and will add much to its import
as a grand railrond centre."
Monroe AtUxrliscr: " Work on the
Tbo road will pass
i of Cnbincas, nnd ni
ne distauco from In-
Some of tbo
seem to think that it will bn
to get laborers, since they can got
from oue to ono and a quarter of n
dollar per day to work on tho road.”
Pig-iron is tTpL-t bantling of the
of her own, may, in a groat
bo overcome by the promp
gout action of her citizens in this mat
The fullest information, nnd the
most hearty co operations may bo ob
tained by application to this oilico.
H. I. Kihdall,
Tbo people of Macon, many of
are laboring under the errone
ous impression that I lmvo voted
against tho extension from Macon to
Atlanta. It is, of course, a mistake,
because the line from there bore is al
ready authorized and required to be
built. But, it is asked, who bottle up
the road after it roaches Atlanta ? as if
the Central and Georgia railroads v
ga, other than the .Stole road; and
why, it may be more propel ly as!
should the Colo crowd la, out in
TESIIMOtUhS FROM THE PI0FI.E:
thief in the short jacket, who stuck
bis plunder under bis jacket and
raised a hue and cry of "stop thief"
with the tail of a fish sticking out be
low his attenuated garment. If the
people below hero know, or would stop
to think, that the charter from Homo
to Atlanta is a very different thing
from (lie extension from Macon here,
they would lose some of their indig
nation at those who ask to bo permit
ted to scrutinize a charter closely that
is likely to cost some ol them four or
live millions in Hie depreciation of a
property valuable enough to pay ev
ery dollar they I leave a sur
plus in tbo Treasury."
For the information ul Col. J. we
mid Htnte that tbo people in this
ction can read probably ns well as
, and they are not entirely devoid
of sense. They probably understand
situation about as well as lie, nnd
erstnnd, too, their rights in the
promises. For onr part, if wo had
any misgivings before they are now-
dispelled, for now we f ame wo are
right, and why ? Just because Col. J.
is opposed to the measure.
° Win'l'i »S L h5’r? > Uio T omit bn,i.o ,lix,r In the
Crime stouts. Le.loJ nil » tla- prap-rly ,.1J.
CnU.'.-t.ir -a olynn nay,
■ ddWforetb^ionrt Lout... ih«>r in tit*-
DIXON’S NEW BUILDING.
Newcastle St., - - - Brunswick, Ga.
Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
IN’ GREAT VARIETY,
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,
BUIST’S FRESH AND GENUINE
FINE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
WaMnjtun Despite tliu eroak-
iug over a short crop of wheat—most
of which is gotten up in tin, interest
of speculators--Minnesota bus 10,
Col. J. H. Estill,
ido.it of tbo Georgia Press Associa
tion, ns also of tbo .Southern Press
elation (dailies) nnd owner of the
, reliable shoot published in (leer-
gin, will reprosont llio fourth ostuto of V0 * t 1 0<1111 188a Tbu wllu,,t
Georgia nt tbo Yorktown Centennial. " r " bo "" <l ,0 g °V," l !' t . if l,w > ■
Tho Obntlinni Artillery nnd Irish Jns- , ti T »™*d>le remedy nnd the on-
' | ly safe, snro nnd permum-nt cm
of the liver. Iii.nnl nml
seo n mnu.” There are fifty men in
the lloiisu who ought never to lie re
elected In seats in this body, as they
seldom attend to thn duties devolving
Wo haven’t been there to seo, but
we’ll wager a ginger cake Hons. T. \V.
Lamb nnd II N. King don't belong to
the number alluded to above. Would
it not Is- well for Hint correspondent
to furnish us u list o[ the guiltv .
Waycross A’,-porter. “ Last Wednes
day night a lot of thieves entered the
bouse of 11 r. A. .J. Sweat, of this place,
and attempted to rob him. They pro
cured the keys from his pants |>ockel
and opened a drawer which contained
♦320 in gold, $80 in currency and
about $10 in silver. They dropped the
bag of gold on the floor, which awoke
Mrs. Sw eat,and she calling to her hus
band caused them to bent a hasty re
treat through a back way of the
bouse, with Mr. Sweat in pursuit—
While be was in the back yard look
ing for the villains, one of them threw
iug her very badly, and rendering her
almost frantic with fright,“from which
she line not yet recovered. They suc
ceeded ill carrying oil tho bag of sil
ver auJ $10 in currency. Tliev bad
laid their plans well, by first placing
a lump of cotton thoroughly saturated
with chloroform between the heads of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sweat, while sleeping,
nnd. no doubt waited until they
thought it bail taken effect, before
military. We know of no two
panioa wo would sooner seo go to rep
resent us. Wo would suggest, bow-
over, Hint the Liberty Independent
Troop, tlio oldest cavalry corps in Hie
South, certainly should bo present.
Tin-: l-’i'NDS'oit Mils. (iatii-’ii-;i,i>.
This fund now amounts to $150,
757 <15, and (lie promoters of the
movement seem lo lie confident that
it can be increased to $250,000 if the
President should not recover. Certif
icates for $125,000 in government
bonds, worth $115,281 25, have al
ready been placed in tho bauds of
Mrs. Garfield. New York beads the
list with $113,274 80, Philadelphia
next will, $12,284 25. Chios-
In bis great speech before tin- joint
Railroad Committee of (lie General
it was a mistake to suppose tin
as to the railroads. Why, said be, oar
traius never kill scrub stock for a
(armor. If a eow, ox, mule Imrse or
bog is run ovi r by a train ami killed,
wo are always called upon to pay for
It seems almost impossible to get
The people fully understand
rights in this direction.
i mi; I'uioisiin.N i
other, ,in,] if Uo Jins not got it or will nut
grtULr you. send
ipiiny, loltilo, ()., uml they will send ,iu,
om pout paid by return mail. i» »<•r
Physicians’ Prescriptions Accurately compounded.
JAMES T. BLAIN,
is Steam Engine and Boiler
ADJOINING PASSENGER DEPOT, MACON, Ga.
c-orifU mill Glynn comity for th«- year ln»
STE A M ENGINES, “Portable & Stationary,”
FOR GINNING, THRESHING ANI) GRINDING.
STE AM ENGINES, For large Saw Mills,
STEAM BOILERS, AU kinds and Sizes.
rktiTrn tubular, return flue,
CYLINDER, UPRIGHT, & LOCOMOTIVE BOILERS.
REPAIRS OF MACHINERY PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
""B&E? clttcuUtt “ D J. s. SCHOFIELD, Prop’r.
®jg Chess, Carley & fa
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IN-
^SSSSSSsbs SstaSrsS® - -
OILS OF ALL KINDS,
^iker * Uoiifeef loner, NAVAXi STOKES,
lililliSS FANCY GROCERIES, NAVAL STORES SUPPLIES,
A. E. HEINS,
Baker A U'oiifeef loner.
.inn .,n.ii,.d or wall II. tliu luwir shry of 4 bri. k mi.l t
! h : .m",^«,H^a r « ;; ri, ri d*un it:..,
Hrc7. And I*- it further . nlinn.1. That .*vrr>
hoiihc or hmldii 1? which ohall b,- hcrw»JVr 1r. ct.1l
In Hi., ni) ..f lirmtuwi.-k ofhri. k. Uhhv ,.r
* “ ‘ ry, ►hall have a tht.-kii. k*
•h<* lower*.t«!ry. a»i<l“t«ry •ul h h!,'ii'-«‘nrhHlhlhiu.
whn. it khwit Ih* boruohy
H»- • ’•*. All ! la* II. flirtll
lillliilP pl£ls=5sII=s~“=- ;: :=-
TOBACCO, CIGARS I FRUITS. TOGETHER WITH
ice-coid soda water Hay, Grain, Provisions, Etc.
ALWAYS ON U.yND
| Iliglie.st Market Hutu* [mid for Naval .St )res. Supplim, liu--
Tobaceoand Cigars "i-.ii.-i ,-it ci„«..st Figures. „„„
I ww.lli. |»relt.i.UH‘I.V).m will. My .1.1
.. r.llili.* ...ii.i.l, to..I,
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
Lbe most cheering news from I’resi-
leut Garfield. Several days ng..
u mm Foiwii! rtinr.
feeling quite secure from the wav they 1 peared and bopo revived. We trust
proceeded to open the pocket Iss.i,! lie will yet pul) through,
and count tbo currency, which, in j Atuxst*,'O*. Nov. 7, 187(1. I
Uctitinii lor Inruriioraiion.
in- Ik* mwt thr Mint* srr lon-Lj rrm iletl. -
1 0 “ ^■e>r»>s»foq«n. K„.Vw‘““Jl.E. r. e.m^A.'j. E, 1' 'i
Wll, , MU „„ | KS
tl rr weiiTZivi';
! Th. y j-rn-NMi M MU|*h9 *»aj.ita; ,.f md i„.,r.
PAINT ANI) OIL STORE,
. ' DEALER IN
Simlroiid, Steamboat, illil) Supplies
PURE WHITE LEAD, ZINC k COLORS,
G lass,Putty,Varnishes,Brushes,Plain & decor,itive wall Papnr
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, Etc.,
Locks, Sash-Weights, Coni, Hinges, Screws. Eh, Lime, Plaster, Hail and Cement
li Whitaker ami 17* Itay Smefi.
SavonnaH, - - Georgia.
tlicir flight I bey left ou the* lutr.-mi l>u. C. J. Morrnrr— .sTr— I cau-1 window*. |>roti*.*t
SM2a.Zlt^iarS=wSSai , : :po:Ee s^=
wv« ***** uyuov Miiwoeii | s .|||- nnH | all 111 |>>..r Itfitli In *r .ill'll Al,; | 1
« in a back roouj, mi.l in I <n.I while we have heretofore Jo.t acliihi.
ending the roo« steppe.1 on the f»e- IXii' L " M,,M * r ««itl2l<*s.L..th»,0tr
Of O youn-J lady, who was sleeping.,,, iV..tl,i„a is a fine, liodthv Is.v. It,!
merit is CTtsin to make it a siamlard ! . ‘**?*«"■■ t-i,;;*". .’t ..a
family Hi.sli.-im. f„r tin l..r II,.- ..a rv,,,,,,,,».Vr,u wm.'tal'Jnlmim'.Yn
irritations ul teething and Is.ws-I dwor- iu,^ m.
I length, wlticbagain
2‘|D. D. ATKINS0X,:Sg||^gg|,Wholesale _and Retail.
Dissolution of Copartnership ;i
M I*. IIeows. M. D.
(Brother Sen,tt->r .Tom ph E. Brown )
tUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA.
Contract to be Let.
a ji lu .'itrir* 1 v ' *!'*
au.l uft^r luti, li st.
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