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FRIDAY, December 30, 1881.
Atlanta i3 fixing up for the small
pox. The Council las appropriated
one thousand dollars for vaccination
New Mexico and Dekota wants to
be admitted into the Union as States.
It is said that it is a Republican dodge
to control the Government.
Ex Senator Howe, of Wisconsin,
has been selected by President Ar
thur as his Postmaster General, in
place of James, of the Garfield Cabi
Georgia Postmasters of a Demo
cratic turn of mind are getting to be
an uneasy set. Under the present
administration their tenure of office
will be brief.
President Arthur has decided to
appoint no woman to office. You see
they cannot vote and look after the
machine. He wants none who are in
effective as to the great end to be ac
It is well known to our readers what
a terror Judge Hopkins, of the Atlan
ta Circuit, was to evil-doers. Well,
Judge Tompkins, of Savannah, is fol
lowing in the same track, and viola
tors of the law in his Circuit are hav
ing a hard time of it.
A lady correspondent at Washing
ton adverts to the fact that two modern
Presidents have been made by meth
ods never confemplated by the foun
ders of the Government. Zack Chan
dler boasted that he made Ilayes Pres
ident, and Guiteau is equally proud of
the fact that he made Mr. Arthur
Senator Brown is noted for his
practical statesmanship. He floes hut
little work which you cannot estimate
its value in dollars and cents. 11 is
latest move is to introduce a bill into
the Senate providing for the payment
of those who had cotton seized during
the war and sold by the United States
Government. The cotton so appro
priated was sold and the proceeds
turned into the Treasury, where it
now is. Judging from his past suc
cess in such matters, we can safely
say that our Senator will carry his
Comptroller Knox estimates our en
tire currency—paper, gold and silver
—at one billion four hundred and fifty
five million dollars. The annual busi
ness of the country is estimated to
have reached the sum of eighty billions.
If the whole currency were employed
in any transaction at a ratio of five
per cent, the total transaction would
be about twenty-nine billions. It
would appear, then, that during the
year the whole of the currency was
employed three times. The vast
amount of business conducted by
checks, draft s, bills, etc., which can ot
be fully determined, renders it pro
bable that the entire currency may
have been oftener employed.
The Woonsocket Reporter, speaking
of President pro tem. David Davis,
says he is going to sustain the Arthur
administration as long as it suits him.
To that extent he is a Republican. lie
will not favor any changes in the
officers of the Senate. To that extent
he is a Democrat. lie will not disturb
the present committees. To that
extent he is a Republican again. He
will vote as he sees fit whenever there
is a tie. To that extent he is an In
dependent. He will do as he pleases
generally, without regard to either
party. To that exteut he is a brick.
h en a ny party puts its finger upon
him, like the man’s flea, he isn’t there.
In that respect he ha3 no political
status, and nobody’s confidence or re
spect, nor does he deserve either.
Because it adds to Personal Beauty
by restoring color and lustre to gray
or faded hair, and is beneficial
scalp, is why Parker’s Hair Balsam is
such a popular dressing.
The Need of War Ships
The following article, from the
Savannah Morning Neics , about our
Navy meets our views so pat that wc
adopt it as our own in toto:
“The President agrees with the
Naval Advisory Board that steps
should be taken to renew our navy,
and that to this end a large number of
ironclads and swift cruisers should be
immediately put under construction.
There can be little, if any, objection
to the rep tt. The chief drawback is
the fact that Admiral Robeson had
ample means placed at his disposal to
furnish us with an offi dent navy and
left us a legacy of pleasure yachts and
worthless tubs. This was done under
the eyes of a Radical majority in
Congress. Now there is another Radi
cal majority, and the people have no
guarantee that, were the contracts let.
they would be filled in accordance
with tiie specifications. Indeed, if
precedent can be relied upon, their
award woul 1 usher in another jolly
reign of jobbery. And, again, if built
at home the ships will cost vastly more
than if built abroad. Here is another
of the beaut ies of the tariff.
“ It is urged, aside from the general
necessity for war ships, that if Chili
should take it into her hea l to rebuke
our interference in heralfairs, she could
shell our Pacific ports with impunity.
In short, rascal it}' ami stupidity left us
without a navy, and officious intermed
dling in what did not concern us has
put us at the mercy of a petty nation
ality. that can either exact an apology
or do us great harm. It would require
a year at least, in the opinion of
Admiral Rodgers, to enable us to meet
Chili fin equal terms.
“Unquestionably we nee 1 a few
ships for the simple purposes of the
navy, and, for aught we know, may re
quire a formidable establishment ere
another twelve month rolls away. Bu’,
for all this, the people's represent
tives in Congress cannot but hesitate
ere they give to the demands of the
Navy Department the support that t he
President has been so quick to accord.
There arc two formidable ironclads,
the Amphitrite and Puritan, rusting
and rotting on the banks of the Dela
ware. unfinished because of the stu
pidity of their designers. What as
surance is there that our present naval
constructors are more capable than
the inen that botched these jobs? If
ships must be built, let us begin with
simple cruisers and add gradually to
our ironclad fleet, but, above all, attend
strictly to our own business. In this
way we can protect our citizens on the
seas when necessary, and, if a crisis
comes, we will not be utterly helpless.”
The Atlanta Constitution of Friday
says: *• That the pickpockets are
working the town for all it Is worth
was demonstated by the number of
robberies that was committed at the
car shed Thursday. Up to midnight
that night seventeen cases had been
reported, and in but two instances
was the property recovered. The
thieves got away with watches, pocket
books and satchels. and in oneinstance
secured quite a healthy roll. A lady
from Danville, Va., was robbed of a
beautiful diamond ring, which was at
Inched to her watch chain. A Mr.
Hyde, from Columbia, S. C., was re.
lieved of apocketbook containing one
hundred and twenty dollars. Mr. Thus.
Hood, of Chattanooga, lost a purse
containing sixty dollars and a railroad
ticket. A gentleman from Macon was
taken in for twenty dollars. A young
society lady who resides on Ivy street
was robbed of a few dollars. The
thief in this case was generous, and
left thirty-five cents in the purse, which
he dropped at her feet. When,the
State Road train came in the shed was
literally packed with people, and it
was then that the leather lifters got in
their work and relieved quite a num
ber of people. The police and detec
tives are work ng hard, hut the gang
is so thoroughly organized that detec
tion seems impossible.”
Monroe Advertiser: “On last Sat
urday, at The Rock, in Upson county,
James F. White shot and mortally
wounded Mr. James T. Rose, well
known as an extensive planter and
estimable citizens. From our infor
mant we learn that there had been
some previous misunderstanding be
tween the two regarding a small tract
of land. On Saturday last Mr. Rose
rode up to a place near where Mr.
White was standing. The latter went
to Rose and shot him in the head,
while sitting on his horse. Only a
few words passed between them before
the fatal shot was fired. The ball en
tered the head above the eye and is
necessarily fatal. White made lii
escape and at last accounts was at
large, but a large number of men werr
in pursuit and it was thought he would
be captured. Our informant stated
that the killing was regarded as a cold
blooded murder. Rose was one of
the most law abiding citizens of the
community. White was considered a
Augusta Chronicle $ Constitution
alist says: Yesterday, while Rov.
Daniel Mclloiton, colored, was cut
ting down a large red oak tree, near
Butler's creek, he observed a clear
liquid running from the cut. Upon
tasting this he found that it was strong
vinegar. Procuring a vessel, he caught
the liquid as it ran out and obtained
about three gallons and a half. He
brought a sample of it, together with
a sectio i of the tree, to the Chronicle
office. The liquid has the taste and
odor of good, strong* cider vinegar.
There was a small crack in the centre
of the tree, and it is supposed that
the sap collected in this, fermented
and turned to vinegar.
Some Important Statements of Well-
Known People Wholly
In order that the public may fully re
alize the genuineness of the statements,
as well as the power and value of the ar
ticle of which they speak, we publish
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ties whose sincerity is beyond question.
The truth of these testimonials-is absolute,
nor can the facts they announce be ig
Atlanta. Ga., March 3. 1881.
11. 11. Warner fy Cos.. Rochester, X.
Gentlemen —For twenty years I have
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kidneys. My business for many years had
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Office of Ordinary Muscogee Cos., i
Columbus. Ga., Oct. l, 1881. j
11. 11. Warner Sf Cos.. Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen : For eighteen months I
suffered intensely with a disease of the
kidneys and a torpid liver, and after try
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We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for the United States,
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MORGAN L. PARKER, A. B, Principal.
r PIIE Spring Session for 1882 will open
X on Monday, the Oth of January, and
close on Friday, the 25th of June.
Tuition, per month, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
and $4.00, according to advancement.
Music (extra) $4.00.
Board from $s.()() to SIO.OO per month.
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DAVID.LAWDRETH &SONS. PHIIA-
To the Traveling Public.
THE undersigned is now running the
mail route from Jefferson, Ga., to
Harmony Grove, Ga. Leaves Jefferson
daily (except Sunday) at o’clock A. M.
and arrives at Harmony Grove at 1
A. M ; leaves Harmony Grove atl o'clock
P. M. and arrives at -Jefferson at 4 P. M.
Makes connection with the down and up
train at Harmony Grove. When notified
in time, will run mv hack for the accom
modation of the ladies and others.
dec 9—tf J. 11. REINHARDT.
MY plantation, on Curry’s creek, five
miles from Jefferson, known as the
Tom Shackelford place. A good two
horse farm, consisting of twenty-odd acres
good bottom land and about twenty-five
acres of good cotton land. Ordinary build
ings and improvements on said place.
Will rent for a term of one or more years.
W. C. Howard, at Jefferson. Ga.. is my
agent, and will contract with any one who
may wish to rent the place.
T. -I. SHACKELFORD.
Dec. oth, 1881.
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Athens, G3., September 30th, 1881.
AN UNPRECEDENTED DROUTH
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