Atlanta is soon to have still anoth
T?ho trial ofGuiteau begins Novem
ber the seventh.
Several coses of diptheria in East
man, bat no deaths.
There nro ono hundred and fifty
car-loads of exhibits yet to orrivo for
the Exposition at Atlanta.
The Savannah Daily Times dishes
up "Captain Jack’s Matinee” (May
or’s court) in amusing style.
Copt. D. G. Purse has been elected
’ President of the Savannah Dank and
Trust Co., to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the death of Mr. Charles
Green. ^ ^ ^
Hudson, the murderer of the Loc
family, in Terrill county, paid the ex
treme penalty of the law on the 14th
inst. Between five and oight thou
sand people witnessed tho affair.
The old Chathams were honored
with the distinction of firing the cen
tennial salute at Yorktown. General
Hancock furnished them with horses
and ammunition for tho grand parade.
Tho Macon Telegraph Bays Jadgo
Simmons has granted a temporary in
junction restraining tho Macon and
Brunswick Railroad from proceeding
with their work inside tho cemotcry
There are about 4,000 childron in
attendance upon thb public schools of
tho city of Atlanta. There aro em
ployed in theso schools sixty-five
teachers, at nn aggregate cost of $4,-
178.50 per month.
Atlanta will no longor bo a military
post. Tho removal of the Fedoral
soldiers moans a loss to that city of
$50,000 por annum, besides what tho
government pays out there.
Judge Fleming has resigned tho
Judgeship of tho Eastoru Circuit.—
Tho infirmitios of age is his reason
for this step. Ho is oighty years of
ago. Of him it can truthfully bo said,
"Ho was an impartial Judge.
Sorgcaut Harvey, who was wound
ed a short time sinco by the Savannah
rioters, died this weok from tbo effects
of tho wound. A handsome purse
will bo made up for his widow and
orphans by tho gouerons citizens of
It took four pages of tho register to
contain the arrivals at tho Harnett
House of Savannah on Monday last.
We aro glad to note this evidenco of
success, as wo advertise the house.—
Uniform rates and straight-forward
management is bound to succeed.
The rumor about Colo and tho L.
A N. Railroad uniting, etc., was a
mere bubble. Oil aujl water don’t
ofteu mix, nor will Cole and tho Lou-
isvillo A Nashville mix. King Colo
will not so easily forget tho treatment
received ut their hands last year.
We wore plume‘d to note at tho Ex
position in Atlanta that some of the
finest exhibits of machinery wore of
Southern make. Noticeable among
these was the Pratt gin, from Ala
bama. It whs the finest piece of ma
chinery of the kind on exhibition.—
We cun thus] score one, at lonnt, for
Guitean’s bullet cost the country,
besides a good President uud weeks
of busponse, ubout $150,000, us fol
lows: Expenses of funeral, $250,000;
ex|>em>fcs at Washington between the
time of wounding and death of Gar
field, $100,000, of which the doctors’
bills amounted to over $50,000; and
now it is estimated that it will cost
about $10,000 to try and hang the
murderer. Add to this tho fund raised
for Mrs. Garfield and you lmve about
$750,000 sum total.
A Bloomington iIHA eurrespoinb
cut, writing of Judge David Davis,
tbo now President pro tom of the U.
S. Senate, immediately after his elec
tion as Senator, said:
"Judge Davis can safely be set down
as the most extensive land owner in
central Illinois, uud his total
THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION.
What Wo Haw and Hoard.
In our lost we promised our read
ers a brief summary of what wo saw
and beard in tbo Gate City during
our recent visit to tbo Cotton Expo
sition. But wbero to begin and where
to end is moro than wo can deter
mine. To go into detail would be
folly; yon, more than folly. Fifty-two
issues of tbo Advebtiseb and Appeal
would not bo enough to describe in
telligently what wo did see and hear.
A few passing comments, therefore, is
all wo shall attempt.
To begin then we shall say that,
notwithstanding the Exposition is not
ready, nor will it be before tbo sec
ond weok in November, wo aro forced,
as was tboQuoon of Sheba, tooxclaim,
“The half had not been told us.” To sny
tho Exposition will boa big thing when
iu full blast, but feebly expresses onr
sentiments. If all we saw was placod
in tho main buildiug and we were
told, “Behold the Exposition,” wo
would havo thought wo had soon the
perfection of all exhibits, but when wo
saw unpacked boxes by tho thousand
and lcarnod that thoro woro car loads
more cn routo, and saw building af
ter building ns big ns "all out of
doors” still unfinished, wo came to
tho conclusion that wo had only had
half tho value of our froo tickot. We
say to every reader of tho Advertiser
and Appeal don't fail to seo Georgia’s
greatest show, tho Cotton Exposition
of Atluutu, if within the raugo of pos
sibilities. Tuko at least tbroo days
for it, and dout go through in a hur
ry, but study oaoh exhibit as you go
along, and whon you aro through you
will bo compelled to acknowlodgo yon
have bnd tho valuo of your money.
A LITTLE ADVICE.
Don’t fail to register your nnroo at
tbo front ontranco and bo presented
with a stick of nico candy by a smil
ing maiden; nor to seo tbo two old
women, from Pickens county, weav
ing cloth on a loom, which they told
the writer was “well nigh on to fifty
yoars old,” und tbo mountain maiden
spinning thread on tho old fashioned
wbocl ns earnestly as though sho was
preparing tho saino for "mammy to
dye aud weave into cloth for dud’s
brcccboH,” nil in juxtaposition to the
handsome nickel plated machinery of
the Williumantic Thread Cotnpnuy,
operated by u dozen buxom Now Eng
land lasses arrayed iu tbo latest fush-
iouu; nor the girl that sticks the la
bels on to tho spools of tho Clark O.
N. T. by feeding thorn into hor mouth
on one side with one hand and taking
them out with tho other nud pasting
on to tho spools as fast ns yon can
count; nor to seo the culmination of
agricultural exhibits in tho grain dis
play of Kansas and tho Topeka It.
II.—ft is simply wonderful; uortosce
tho forty-throo and one-lmlf pounds
clipping of wool from one Texas
sheep; nor to take a free drink of the
celebrated He No ton from the Chi-
Colifederato bonds are* now boiug
bought up by foreign sj peculators at
$2.50 per thousand. Two ittiuors are
afloat as roasonu for this demand.
One is that a request will bo made to
the several Confederate States to set
tle these bonds by giving in lieu
thereof State bonds. The other is
that, aft there nro $7,000,000 in the
Bank of England deposited by
tho Confederates tates, and as
no one is authorized to collect the
samo» those bonds, the only thing that
represent the Confederacy, are to bo
used in securing tin’s money. It seems
to us that tbo sevoral Statos compris
ing the Confederacy aro tho proper
owners of this money, und that nono
others should bo allowed to get the
same, but us to bow the States ure to
secure it wo cannot suggest.'
THE STATE HA IB
Has provon a grand success, finan
cially and otherwise. It was feared
that the existence of the Cotton Ex
position at the same time with the
fair would bo a serious drawback, but
such has proven not to be the ease.—
The two great shows have proven of
mutual bonofit to each other.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
TRAINS GOING EAST. -
GER NO. 1
GER NO. 1.
L. 5:00 ak
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12:20 r m
L. 12:27 I'M
12:32 r >t
9:00 A M
L 5:00 am
Fernaudina Express: "Colonel J. C.
Rood is driving an artesian well near
bis saw mill at Old Town, which has
already attained a depth of 235 feet.
Tho water now rises to within four
feet of the top, uud u few moro iu
depth will cause it to flow over. Iu
boring, tbo water was alternately salt
and sulphur, and fresh water was not
obtained until a depth of ICO feet
Tlioiiftaud* tf*e It, why Ilmltutc.
Jov to the Would 1 Woman is Free!
Among tho many discoveries looking
to the happiness aud amelioration of
tbo human race, none is entitled to
higher consideration tnnu Dr. J. Brad-
field’s Fenmlo Regulator, "Woman’s
best Friend.” By it woman is eman
cipated from numberless ills pcculiur
to her sox. Before its magic, power
all irregularities of tho womb vanish.
It cares "whiles,” suppression of the
“mouses,” and romoves uterine ob
structions. It cures constipation and
Btrongthous tbo system, braces the
norvos and purifies the blood. It nev
er fuils, as thousands of women will
Prepared by Dr. J. Brudiicld, At
lanta, Uu., price $1.50 per bottle.—
Sold by all druggist.
Thomahville Ua., Juno 28, 1877.
I havo boon selling Bradtield’s Fe
male Regulator for years, and it still
continues popular—an evidence of its
boing nil claimed for it. I can recall
instances iu which it afforded relief af
ter nil tho usual remedies lmd failed.
S. J. Cashelh, Druggist,
llt’Mdut lir, NcttralKln, Kit.
From Capt. I. S. Boyd, of the well-
known firm of Walker A Boyd,
General Iusuranco Agents:
Atlanta, Jan. 13, 1871).
I have used Nourotie in my family
for headache, neuralgia, etc., with
prompt relief in every case, and cor
dially recommend it as tho most valu
able rernody I have over used. Last
uight 1 was suffering with severe cold
. and neuralgia, and one application re-
no8o pavillion; uor to smoke u free | lj OV od me in teu minutes,
cigarette i roiu the celebrated "Duke \ octl5-lm Isaac H. Boyn.
f Durham" manufactory; nor to see
Takes Effect Monday, October 3d, 1S81-
K. I). MKADER, Superintendent
Approve.!: CHARLES L. SCHLATTER, Gen’l Manager.
WIIOl.r.-M.E AKI> RETAIL
lit und 190 Congrej
SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA
RUBBER & LEATHER
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
AGENT. roll PA1HUAKXS'
Together with a full line of HI!ELF IIAUDWAKK 1
for Mle at the lowed caah |>rlr*t.
Pkiiry, Houhtox Co., Ga., Jan. !W, 1880.
In 1871 thero were two necroes confined In J;
badly afflicted with 8y|thilia. In my official capacd
ty I employed C. T. Swia to “ * ”
ul of the county treasury, ■■ ho
A. s!'HlLES?Ordlnary > Uoitatoa co.. Ga
Chattanooga, Ton., Feb. 14, W.».
4. is giving pood
» tue bighu.
told by all druggist.*. Call for a copy of "Young
MRS. M. C. ROWE
Again invites the attention of her friends, nn
Ladles generally. to her superb asflnr^>cnt of
And to the
Hth which she has
tho silos iu which gicou forage food
being packed for winter use; and
coming nearer homo, don't fail to ex
amine the exhibit of our townsfolk,
Mortars. Chess, Curley »V Co., uud take
poop iuto that looking glass so ar-
ruyod witli mirrors and rclloctors that
you imagine you see a well u thou
sand feet, yards or miles deep, wo
huvo forgotten which; aud above all
things, bo sure and seo tho exhibit of
the K. T. V. & G. Kuilroud, particu
larly that represented by Glynn and
Mclutosb counties, that is, we tuouu,
what is to be as soon as it can be put
Blit why attempt to enumerate ? —
You should see everything from tho
ponderous Corliss ongiuo that drives
tho machinery, to the smallest needle
of tho ucodlo exhibit iu art hnll.uot for
getting to take a (Missing (Jeep at uil the
pretty factory girls who manipulate
Lastly.—Avoid that plaee in the;
North-west corner of tho gronuds
where they sell what some folks call
The people of Dooly county will
vote on the whiskey question next
Monday. An old citizen thus appeals
to tho voters of tbut county through
the Dopotch. '
Our op(H>iientK admit it is the great
allh, | e vil of the day, and yet they offer ns
Lily at all; all tho evils result-
Hundreds of men, women and cliil-!
dred rescued from bods of pain, siek-
uchs and almost death, ami made
strong and hearty by Barker’s Ginger
Tonic are the best evidences iu the
world of its sterling worth. You can
tiud theso in every community. — /W.
Seo advertisement. octl-liu
EMBOWERED FASH1QKABL RESORT!
She Ia constantly receiving tho latent agotik-n fron.
«uroM her friend* that Lor bcantifnl rolcetbiu* o
LACES & TRIMMINGS
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
^AIMES’ FOfflSHfllB GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
J. MICHELSON & BROTHER
a oi uoouit btw u,
nj for Youraolrca, and v
r atock. Our
uUdloiiM, and at price* not to b
cd. We offer beautiful
Novelty Goods for Over-Dresses and Trimmings,
Surah Silks and Satins of all shades,
Dress Goods of every color and variety.
t the time*, A flue aiciurtruent o
PASSEMENTERIE AND PLUSII TRIMMING,
Jet Ornaments, Cord and Tassels,
A CHOICE STOCK OF
AND A NICE LOT OF
- Trimmed and untrimmod. with NOTIONS of all dcacripMooa.
Ladies* and Children's Boots and Shoes
OF ALL SORTS. IN THE
MEN’S AND BOYS’ CLOTHING, SHIRTS, UNDEBBUIHTd
AND DRAWERS. HOSE, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gents’s White Overshirts only $1.00 Apiece
OFFICE ADVERTISER AND APPEAL. I
la eas. m fa.7.v.afj h7>„ n »J.a
TirwrsTisa-om aud whukeya. **c; r» «•
Baron—Clear rib aldea, l’-V; nbmildef,
kina, !*••; dry **lte«t clear rib aide*. l»V; long
ear. 10 V; •houhUrn.itV.
(Hum-Corn bit" os*’, mixed stic; oat*. CO;
IIat-Northern. fl.»VCHEa-t.m, fi.JI;
f f 1.3
. 13 ..
-‘rfiiMJ. tu 9
Ira. f7 2
»•* 5*k4«'J as.
Ilinr.M, Wo.il-, Etc. Huhw. dry tbut. IU.*; aalt^l
totaTlTfc' burrywool/lOemlii-. Tallow. ttc^wax sa"
dwr aktna, IV : otter *ktu». »V« t ft on
NAV\L MTOHE8 FKY1UHTH.
Soil- Uomo aud *|itrtU. 3. ml n.%4 *1. »•> Uultad
Kingdom or Cunthmut dimt; t<. N. w X. rX tu on
Ptilla>V!phia.*roiilt! Me, *j>»rll* soc: to IkUtnimr".
! REGISTRATION NOTICE.
-THE FIRM OF —
W. T. GLOVER & CO.,
Dixon’s New Building,
Books, Pictures, Etc.
NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS & MAGAZINES
J. M. DEXTER,
DIXON’S NEW BUILDING.
Newcastle St., - -
BRUNSWICK, - GEORGIA.
PICTURE FRAMING DONE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
A New, Delightful and Fashionable Perfume.
Exceedingly Fragrant, Lasting M 14«freaking.
6sU ky UnnUlA mU fancy go»b d**Ur*.
Uincox Sc Co., Chemists, If* Y.
| I offer u
$2,000,000. Tho hinount of tuxes paid j. . . .
umm.illy I»v him in UrLvau oum.lv i" i ,u « “'"'l 1 * ‘ u vu.mnuu iu- m*:
ueurly *0,1X10, wlnlt, tlm total nmom,i 1 Jofinilvly, nn.l to cuntinuu to iuunmwi; d ,u>..
ut hi. UiXL. wili not full fur -hot i u! -u- they b-ivn -lunu fur tl-u Iuut ton vji
*27,000 yearly. , ^ t , lir6 H (,„[ w ||! (he cvnoeijaenaw ? i . l ,V , l u ^
These itmriler. ure still to f(u un, tb,-.se
Hwlilin^s, Limulmgu, luw cults, jail
fee., court expeunea, bankruptcies,
Speaking of tile l air ut Macon this
Week, tho Tdi'jraph bays:
“In Freminni Hall there was a sight
to make a dyspeptic smile. A perfect
ocean of tho enrth'a product* lay then
exposed, and it doe* seem a pity that
tho whole cannot be rained, transport
ed and laid at the entrance to Castle
Garden. It would turn southward
the stream of emigration, beyond a
doubt, quicker than all tbe pamphlet*,
agent* and low rate* in the laud. Tbe
agricultural display, so far from Iwing
meagre, is generous indeed, and cer
tainly exceeds in quality anything ev
er seen in Central City Park.”
khlUtoly iTci vdiug.
1 ». i. is domestic troubles, public de-
ii.oi aiization, ignorance, crime and
pauperism ail to continue and to in
crease an whiiikc}' whops multiply.—
Does this need no remedy V Lit me
argo npon you, my fellow citizens, to
lay all else aside on Monday’, the 24th
day of Octt>lH*r, and let us rid our
selves of the worst of all evils. Ye
neutral men, ponder well the matter,
and turn out and aid the cause that
promote* good order, jx.ncc m.d j>rya-
• of th*XH“ dMiriDK t<> r#Ki»
w. h. parsons,
HOUSE AND SIGN
lT"Bi|it!r etaenU-l In tUr Ut«»« »'jrU*.
Giagcr, Backit Mandrake, Stllllagla and
many other of the beat medicine* known are com
bined *o lkilUully in I’Antcra'a Gimcxi Tonic m
to nuke it the groote*! Blood Pnriler aui the
Best Health aad Strength Restorer aver used.
KaBiMr*’- UriMn,0r »~;
If jrott an wasting away with Cansamptioo or
anjrdiseaM.ttMthe Tonic today. Nomaturwhat
your symDtotns Bsy be. it will sorely help you.
Retnetnber! This Tonic cures drunkenness,,
»the Boot Family MadidM over nude^entirely.
diflewtnt from lluten^Gtaeet Prefuranucj and
cities of aR. Hoy a socbottleof yowdnttKut.
“ : — without our signature on outside
PARKER’S HAIR BALSAM ££j'£iS£;
ruK tux cdbx or
FEVERS, PILES, DYSPEPSIA. SCROFULA,
Cancer, Colds and Coughs,
Mtmifa. lurid Ir m Vcnetablw Matter ..ulj. an.1 tor
Dr. L. HEINS,
MS'Ntrt*‘t, t «b«r. tr»m Uut*-I « v-4«
itlng of two a.
■fuct> (fitru r
BTATi: OF GEORGIA—C.
.Lrty of^tiMte L
Hair, IVail and Tooth Brushes,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
IN GREAT VARIETY,
un thU iKt. b . i
G. H. COWMAN,
Contractor and Builder,
IIMI NWWIl’K, UEOIIUA.
1 am prepar. >1 to do all klrula of work in my
Renblenwoo New. a*Ue cteret. near the City
itvfprcttee*: J Micht Don A Dro.. A. Kalm.r A
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures,
BUIST'S FRESH AND GENUINE
FINE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
Ahtl 'Utor artl.’Ie* too tmmerou- t 0 mention, «n<l tr*n«fiy kryi m a tln-Lrlwa Drug store.
Physicians’ Prescriptions Accurately compounded.
I'm"; Lw S’AVmu“» t ‘"‘ *. tl ««.,1 .. l.l. ,r,IJ. „„U,,
JAMES T. BLAIN,
Two story Residence.
With right rtx-mi
v«ii!c* the kitehfi
” An Onlinance to
"F ’ iu tho fir»t acettou then-of. sa l juat-rtlnn Gib '
wor>b klofik, Richtuond and (ilou.-r»t"r iu Il-u ASSKTJt,
.TIIHELEIIS IBlinSOi 1(1,
Life und Accident Insurance.
day of Auguat, 1W|.
hrx.*riox I. The Mayor and Council of tbe city of !
X ¥; DEXTEB . INSURANCE AGT,
.i- M *fc«gei«l, ^ Rr ye old* Bitd R«I>rvM.nU the abert Co. at Rruti*wlc.k. Oa.
• auction *ha!l i
' *outb, Richmond atrret oi
r»-et on the north, and Day •
urU.cr orilaiunl. That alio,
irdiuaurtwin rt hlfU t with t.
are hereby reitealad.
J. t N Kl^t »«
AMKfi HOVST'JN. t'lrrt ef CcucdL '
I accident poltcte* written o..
inanrance tieketa ao|,i. No nodical i