AM ERIC US, GEORGIA. SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER u 1881.
W, I.. OI.G8S1IER.
OmCE ON COTTON AVENUE.
Tui-Weeki-v One Year, - $1.00.
WEEiyr.v One Yeah, - - $2.00.
Sunday Issue One Year, - $1.50.
•Icvelo[»iiH-nt8 of Mnla •
r!u llmt poodle contin
ually suffer from this
noxious ituisoti when
tlioy least imagine i
is lurking in llielrsys-
< It ill.* and /■'tun?r
, /lt t iti\ar/ti',
Vl'iT, III'HC/'ij/ Dfliilitl/,
Simmons Liver Regulator,
runi clial Gleet* unci
>ro promptly in curing nil forms of Malarinl
s than calomel or quinine, without any of
ife Kills King In Johnson,
--KKEP3. ON HAND—
AT AIjXi LTIM.ES
LOWEST CASH PRICES
A LARGE AND HANDSOME
Selection of Millinery Goods
THE LATEST STYLES!
Examine Before You Purchase.
Miss Hate Hill),'.
INll-llo N.jiniic. AtnorR-u*, G:i
His Photograph Gallery
IN' OAV O PKNl
ill 11 Arp.
Tells the Experience of Prt**pngeri
A linnrd Ah Flxcurslou Train.
General Commission Merchant
AND FRUIT DEALER,
22 BllOAl> St., ATLANTA.
Free to Everybody
A ISi'iuititiil Hook for the Ashing
•* lly applying personally at the nearest ul»leo «
TIJK SING Hit MANUFACTURING DO. (or hi
postal card if at n distance) any adult person wil
he prest utoil with a hcautifully illiisiruted copy o
New Hook entitled
-OH TDK -
STORY OF THE SIEVING Ml'llIM,
containing a handsome and costly steel enslaving
Irontispieec; also, 28 finely engraved wood cute,
and tioimd in an rlohomto blue auu gold liilto-
gra[died cover. No charge whatever in made lor
this handsome book, which can be ^obtained only
by application al the branch and subordinate
uiticea of The Singer Manufacturing Co.
I'rineipal Olllco, :il Union Square,
It will Expel the Poison nud protect
them from attack !
As evidence, see extract from \V I* Yates’ letter,
where the Regulator afforded protection from t' e
worst nud most deadly typo of Malaiin, to wit;
‘•Silts: I have Mood the storm of four epidem
ic ; of the Yellow Fever. I had it the first vhutn
Mon, hut duting the other three I used your'
I was continually in tho
»om» of the sick
and dying, but i escaped. I have had several to
ns I; me how I escaped; I told them it
owing to tho virtue of
If the Ft
Simmons Liver Uegu-
. to break out again, and I
it hi of your Regulator, 1 would feel ns
f I was 1(MN) miles away.
Memphis Tenn., April 10,1S19.’’^
Having neutralized tho poison of Malaria in
sach extreme cases, it enu ho idled on nan sov
ereign Specific nud Antidote ill ndlder forma.
f only the genuine in white wrapper, with
Ten Valuable Plantations.
The ollowing described real estate is ollVp. d
for-nlo1»y the bank of Amerleiia:
No. 1. Tho Schumport building and lot corner
Forest and Lamar street*, at. the head of Cotton
No. 2. The Mill Wed place, on Flint river, in
Mth district, Leo county, containing 1/HO acres-
six or eight mule ,'ntm open.
No. 3. The Mrs. E. V. Cottle lot of land mar
Wigglnsville, Marion county, containing 91)2
acres, two mule farm open on it and fresh
No. 4, 1 lace on Americas and Lumpkin roa.i,
six miles from Americas and adjoining the^Jea
A. Wilsons farm, containing some 225 aero*—hell
cleared, and balance in timber. ffi£sS&
So. 5. Fifty acres in 15th district, near Jnckso •
Flowers, well improved,
N«. t*. The l'hillips place, m ar Alexnhder Russ
containing SW2 t-2 acres, It being Improved and
having two mule farm open.
| Mo. 7. The Ailmm I lace, adjoining .Stannlll
Harwichn .'arm In the l&th district, sumo 600 acre*
of land, six or seven mule farm in cultivation.
No. S. The Crocker plain), near Hmlthville,
H »iw iiH) acres, sun • live or six mule farm open
on the place.
Xu. ». some 300 uerea in Dooly .oonnty, .lust
below Flint river bridge.
No. 10. The Weston pln-e, on Railroad three
miles from containing 800. ncrotj, five
mule farm, opc^Mand, t his, or any other place
Will Ik; offered, divided to suit pn.chaters. ’
S. II. HAWKINS.
and ALL SIZES.
Salisiacl ion (*uaraiitoiMl
OVKH T, WH EATI.KY !
Prof. VAN RIPER.
J. L. HYATT
Has liKMIlVKH KRIIM Lamai. Htukkt 10
IN Tin: COMMODIOUS JH’IT.DINC!
HE LOW THE ItECOltDE U OEE1CE.
With n fresh ami much enlarged stock of
Fresh Canned Goods
l)rs. Westbrook & Joiner,
• Physicians and Surgeons,
Oftice at Drug Store of W. M. Clark.
his HarherShopis open at nil business houis
aim on Sunday until II o’clock a. m. Ho has re
cently lltted it up in n neat style, ami Is better
■prepared 'Hum ever to wait upon his customer*.
All who may wish to have Shaving, Hair Cutting
Shampooing, etc., done in first-class style^ he
vould be pleased to have them call mi him. Shop
nml hud a good time—tiait they
wore crowded a little and got there
behind time, but she never did en-
joy herself more and consider her
A'lmitii con,million. _ money well spent. And I was
is a power ol oomnlaint thinking how passengers behave
about the railroads—about the way Homot | me9i f„ r the other day a big
! they do on their excursions to the f -., t feller leaned back in his seat
exposition. I heard a man say this .,nd i.cgm, to read a newspaper and
morning that the passengers "were ^nuk his big feet upon the seat by
all jammed up together like si pas- 1 M1C| f ur [ was sitting opposite, and
scl ol hogs. The scats were all the hack of my seat wouldn’t turn,
lull and the alleys between, and One ol bis shoes touched me, and I
folks Imd to sit in one another’s adtod him to please remove I is
laps and the excursion train had fect |y om , ny Bea t and he did it.
to give way to all other trains and pretty soon he took out some cig-
wait by the roadside, ami they areltes and asked me take one
never got to Atlanta till way after w hich j declined, and then he put
dinner, and tl ey didn t have but up |,j s feet again, and went on
three hours to slay there, and they reading. 1 st.o..d it awhile, and
didn’t see anything hardly,and got t t |,e„ asked him again to take his
hack away ill the night ami t hey feet down, which lie did, and then
were hungry and tired and there [ put my valise on the wait, and it
was no oussin man and no place to ' „asn’t jjy C minutes before he had
sleep al tlie hotels and the atmos- f |jj 8 |,j,r Scotch bottoms oa too of
my villi--e. Ij'miU here, my friend,
aid “Alccsliajnw,” and took his
fuel ilown quirk and Apologized by
lien in* was reading
forgot what lie was
pliere was so bad in the curs the
women like to have fainted, and
one woman hollowed for water and
a man t fil'd to get Iter some, but
the stand up folks were so thick lie sa yj n<r j
couldent get to the tank, and when he sometime
he ditl he couldent got back,and ! ( | tl j n , r
when he did get hack they had And 1 have seen men and wo-
jolted a I the water out ol the dip-; l(m ,, t ,, emselvcs) like a
per, auil what they .d,du t jolt out | gettc|1 hcl J a|| „ vc| . „ senti nm , , et
spilt out before >u.e could (fink it, . , ..
1 - - - ; passengers stand up. It looks like
that folks who demand the most in
. i , • , j, i * . this eiibloonary win id always get
her so mini she inst won dent bunt! , . • ",
, .... ... the nioit, and lint operates as Jn
premium on impudence and bad
manners. One van see as about as
The Heal Scarcity.
A man went into a bank to bor
row some money. Ho asked if
they could let Win have a thousand
dollars for a short time. “Oh,
yes,” was the reply, “onethousand,
or two thousand; if you want it.”
The rale of interest was satisfacto
rily fixed and the borrower was
asked as to the character of his
collaterals. “Collaterals? I have
not got any collaterals,” said tho
borrower. “No collaterals!” said
the banker; “then it will be impos
sible for us to let yon have the
money.” Tho man was silent for
a few moments and then cxclamed.-
“I have heard a great deal of talk
lately about the scarcity of green
backs—there wasn’t money enough
to do the business of the country.
IJut it does not look so. I come
here and find you anxious to lend
. .. , . | me all tho money I want. No
-u.d 1, where are you Iron, land he soarcity of ^cenbuoks here. ,J)ut
couM drink it,
and what she did drink run nil 1 ‘ U ’ M l ' ;l 1
over her new dress, and it made j
at all and so on and so forth, and
he wouldcnt ta’ e another excur
sion train until the world come to
an cndr" r
And he said he took his children
down to the show, and while he was
watching the girl, the boys got
much manners on the cars as any
where, il no*, more,, and whether
i you know the people or not, you
j can spot their breeding before you
. , . I have traveled with ’em a hundred
away and it took him two hours to . .....
.. p ! miles. 1 have talked with tlie eon-
hnd ’em, and hedidnt find one ol i , . n . . ... ..... ...
, . ... ., . • .I il i d uetors about this, and they know,
cm at all until the whistle Mowed,
and so he was worried mighty nigh
to death, and never got to see the
exposition at all, ami the next time
lie goes he is going bv himself ami
take a regular train, if it does cost
a little more, for he is bound to see Mn Ncw Vork , letccUvo . Tlloro
it.and see it all over, (or■ it is the t , poor San lord
biggest show in the world. ! | 10I1PS t, fai ’ -
11 takes a sight of patience lor
them to get along. They have to
act like everybody is honest ami a
gentleman, when they know they
imi not. They have tribe as polite
as a Frenchman, and as watchful
as a New York detective. There
Well, you see that was the first
excursion from this part of the
country, and the railroads wasent
quite ready and dident have ears
enough, and what they had were
overloaded, and the Imlgir.c eould-
ent pull ’em, and they got there l
rone man—who has grown gray in
harness. I saw him the other (lav
in a great sorrow, and as lie moved
along among the passengers taking
their fare they were gay and merry,
and some of them joked him as of
old, and lie answered with a merry
bite, but things are belter managed ^ |, llt wi.o'i. he got to me and j
One, two nml’tbrco yeitiH ohl forsnlo of
- ALSO, THE
OF EVEItY KIND,
CANDIES, FRENCH and STICK
DR. W. T. PARK,
i liliM Uiuw.it Million llou-o, Decatur Street,
il, ,i V v«"ii’s in -neoe«i*nri tioatmeiit «f i
a-.uc Di-tus's in »*itli»’/v v «, nml various ion
a atnl olil slaiuliilg d 1*011*0* UJ’Oil wliifll oil)*’
ve iili lull.
iSyphll’s In nil it) form*.
I i •
RtifUiHutism, L’icur?,jCancvia, Stoumci) anU Rowtl
AllfCiion*, Mict* ami Fi*iulo
. Kidney, and ull affocti* “
\V.»ml),*Oi*<;aai**, etc, i
* Al'/wRh »af»* and pleasant Uomodlos, am! with-
,,„l Mfivury, l*oi*uuoua or Nau«'n»u*
At t»«e patients’ homos, anywhere, (ho furmdi
;,,u Mt dical advico, McUi' ilif, eic , through mm
and ixpr.ss); «r, If desired, *>r tho case roqidr.v
it, lakes patients under his i*ersonal supervision
in Atlanta- , . . , j
Mail to Ilium (ull lii.tory mid t.lntemoiit fo,- |
y.HiF nfilietiou. symptom*, etc., nnd Fosttti
Larabee’s and Wilson s
One year old, and the new fruit,
One year old.
Terms Cash with Order.
now, anil nobody need to hostitalc
about going on exeiirsion tluys.
Still 1 tliougbt it would be better
for the railroad tc sell excursion
tickets every day, for some folks
can’t go oil the days assigned, anti
it would avoid such crowds and
such confusion, but a railroad man
told me they couldn't do it that
way, for they couldn't afford to SanFobi"move on.
carry everybody at a cent a mile,
and folks who were not going to
the exposition would buy an ex
cursion ticket and sell il when they
inked after bis darling boy that lie
had so often mentioned with a
lather’s pride, his bosom heaved,
and as lie look from bis pocket a
photograph he saitl with a choking
grief,“lie is dead; my boy is dead,
and I wish I waswilh him in Heav
en with him to night.” Hut there
no time to stop or to weep, and
W hat a
fearful responsibility is upon those
railroad officials, and bow much of
kind consideration we ought to
have for them. There is Mr. Heards-
before you lend it you require col
laterals. Now, that’s just what I
haven’t got and can’t obtain, and
have come to the conclusion that
il isn’t a scarcity of greenbacks the
country is suffering from, but a
scarcity of collaterals.”—Des
Moines, Town, Register.
How 1o run Your Farm on a Cash llusls.
A carload of fat lambs in May
would come in very conveniently.
In June a good clipping of'wool
would pay three to five pounds per
head, lly the middle of June oats
should be marketed; in July and
August wheat, rye and hay soul,
and in Oct. and Nov., cotton lie
turned into cash. Thus a succes
sion of cash receipts would give us
money to make monthly settlements
with the laborers, discharging in
the meantime all who were not do
ing their duty. The advantage of
the diversified system is that no
■year will occur when prices of the
various products will be depressed.
If one fails to bring a good price,
the farmer has tho other on which
to rely. He is certain, besides
greatest aggregate profits in the
crop, to have his land in better ac
tual nml selling value. Oil the
other hand, the planter raising an
exclusive cotton crop ventures
everything upon the throw of the
dice, anil has no money but once
a year to supply tho wants of his
laborers, except by borrowing at
ruinous rates from his factor. M.
got to Atlanta and cheat the roll-. l|]u lniill ( ,i s , m teher, who sits
roads out of their legal fare, r or
roads out of their legal rare. For, l( ,| cg ,„, !lc |,i.io all day
says liei, Mr. Arp it is eons, tiered . -j lnosl ”, ‘ llie ni llt UBC1 , in J
no sin m tins land ol iberty, for a . ... ", ’ ‘ pf.
, , , I time with the trains at every sta-
man to cheat a railroad. 1 ravelurs J t ; oll _ st . ll(lin „ his nlP3S a Se , contin
will dodge their hue, anti mer
chants will dodge their freights, if
they call—that is, most of them.
unity along tho line so ns to avoid
collisions and to preserve the lives
, .■ . , il, of the unconscious passengers.
It is not one man in a h.ii.d.rtl Krei |lt .,, lins passenger trains
that will pay the eondiietor it the ; ex( ., 1 7. si<>11 t| .. Ul|S f UL M,lar and irreg-
conduetor toi,ta»Utni. '‘.riU ^ Uai u moviu , to ud fro
Human Isa little tMM in ‘ llf “ wil |, the sped of the wind, and if
way than any t.Llter, and I rfekon . ^ KamU | ev drops to sleep or
,1 is becan-f a man is tlcalmg not; 1|lakos a | l | ml ,|,, | . j„ st think ol the
with another Ilian but a corpora- ., t() n| . ( , nM(1 |)n) p el . ly . so.no-
tion Ilia!, as l.lnck-stonc says has . j Ml(Iv Ul . a Ul0
not no sniii. It s a sort or a tiling
body told nut that the man who
built the btiilgc at Ashtabula com
mitted suicide. Well, i hat was all
A biiarpku is on Xho way South
with the “Ninety-live cents game.”
His method of doing business is to
enter a store and ask for live cents
worth of some articles; on receiv
ing it he tenders a two dollar bill
in payment; thu change given him
by the storekeeper generally con
sisting of a dollar bill or silver
pieces and ninety-five cents in
Ins pocket, and, suddenly finding
five cents in that receptacle,
apologizes for making trouble iu
getting the bill changed, and, plac
ing the five cents oil tho ninety-
live cents, pushes it toward tho
storekeeper, asking for a dollar
bill, saying bo dislikes to carry so
much silver; upon the unsuspecting
storekeeper placing a dollar on tho
counter the sharper engages him
in tulking until lie can place both
the change and the bill together,
when he coolly asks tho victim to
exchange the two dollars on the
counter for the two dollars lie had
originally given him.
OF TIM ri’S. NI>S WHO IIAVK IKKI)
HOOD’S I1IIFKA LIVER HEM-
IiIm reply, linn*, fie., or, emm- to At lint:
foiiMrit Rim iti person. Oall upohor write u
ilr. .1. II. Simmons' ('iiniiiimlivo!
of OyM-Htery, ln uiuii.LA, I'lioRr.i. .
: Department arou him-
iniH 1 iimr m list 1 .
fl 00 died
! • sucli as Buckets, Pans
CLOSING Ol'T S-U.K.
On WfdniMlfiy tlit; Til* of December, l will ut-l
at public outcry, to the Ma !iOf*t l»Rl Rr from my
fji*n In Torre! county, iieir Urn ah’s station, ail
the perIsRah!*) property Hereon cou.-isii.iif <»1 tine
miilos, e.'itUc hotts, eora, fo'Rler wa/oie, Ru^uy.
blacksmith *tuo:*, and many oilier Imm imp!.- ^ _
Mient*. lit member the tlme.aiid come. | elegant BOOTS AND SHOWS mm)
jrtS, Grl'2Vl3aUl- Rest repairing done in Hu- lU’Wt Mib.-lani
V 1 •> yS arilsBcityle, and»! on rc-aaoMble term,.
NoVfHiW-t, 1881. | to every gcntleinnn in Anmricu
- j :ii my new shop In front
t Rome fit*i’y made. * uee, yn .Fuck:
>-u V oinrtt
woii'l, do his |>ai*l
towauls pay inu; a dehl. Tin*
clmrch is a tiling—a corporation—
and it is th.-d tiling that owes tin;
j doM , and tl.a* - . is i In* reason why
j is that it is (hr first J.ir< r Mnl- I olnirchcs arc always in debt. Just,
| I so. Lei a man fail in business and
his .assets get scattered or brought
into coml and most every man
that i)wed him will try dodge ami
aviod payment. They will plead
oII'm Is and credits and failure of
consideration, they never would
have lbought, <•!'. it the man hadn t
It is witliiiI, pleasant to Rdf, j JlV'/, 1U ‘v.-’Vo*'ll‘v« and move in a
so mud, so that Hiihlr.-n takf it | ^ij;
cliocrlully, ulicnvartls iii llliunt- I The war is going .... all the lime
J but. Niill il is a pleasant sort ol wai
Iv '■ailing for it lor flic leli.T of and lilt re are no gum and pistols
in it. Mankind have got to abusu
their little stomachs. j somebody or soniclh ng, and they
I had rather abuse a rich mu than
It is purely vegetable, nil.l ! a poor nmn, or a gn at man Ilian
1 an humble man—Inti above all they’
anti not a hi,man being. " l'<”> ’> lllilu ,,| sl ,i,. i( | L .. Well it was all I Albany News and Advertiser:
man is dealing right ami square up lh( . (l .|| 0 , v ( . ml |,| ,|„ |, y way of j “It is no uncommon sight to sec a
(ace to la,-e With another man lie is , llstt | le same re- Dougherty county rollon planter
reasonably honest, lor there is a s . )0Ilsi)(i , it . v is , t |, oso railroad I —some of them don t like to be
kind ol business equality, but even .'l.ottr of I lie tlav called fanners—bring ills bucket
Il Iiiis licmini 1 a limisclitiltl |
romodv in many liimilirs in the '
cilv, where it is best /-iiiiwii.
atoneineiil, ami just the same re
spo11kibiIiy is upon these railroad
men every hour of the day.
So there are two sides to the case,
ami it is well enough lor everybody
lo look at both of ’em. It's well
enough to abuse railroads a little
bit ami praise 'em a good deal, for
if we don't abuse ’em they will get
careless and liigoty. Abuse is a
good thing in its way. It helps
both sides. I never slandered a
man in inv life that Hie reaction
to town to gel it filled with West
ern batter. And only yesterdny
we saw a gentleman from tlie rural
districts of linker, carrying a two
quail tin bucket on his arm and
inquiring where lie could find “some
good country butter.”—Only think
of that! A country man, wlioouglit
to have butter to sell every week,
coming to town to buy for his own
didn't e,.me, and i thought The | table! Well it is no wouder that
more of bin cause I had slan-] •'Im people of Southwest Georgia
that; are l»t>or, and getting poorer every
year. There are too many consum
ing drones in tlie hive.
deied him. Its only a way
human nature lias of getting even |
wil 11 their own shortcomings.
liii.i. Aim*. 1
Somebody lias made
A New York letter says: “I
asked an intimate acquaintance of
, , Jay Gould yesterday what he csti-
1,1,1. Mill it is :t pleasant sort of war, lion showing that the money '"'j mated that person to lie worth.
vested in lenees in the Knifed j ‘Gould could close out to-day or
States amounts iu the aggregate to ' within a weeks time, said the
man,‘for $7i»,000,000,” The same
Tint llii' i
... Slrt-el. Aniprlctii, <!-,.
AMHtEW IM 1,,-l.V.
liui'mlfss iu its action.
For sah‘ bv all .lniogists.
more than (lie national debt, j
These fences, moreover, must he |
renewed on the average once in
lent rather abuse a inn iteration, for ; every ten year... They are grow-
thrv can t g.-t mad or fight back. „n,rc expensive with the scar-
; Jess,.. Well. I reel' “ ”
; two siiles to evert
i liearti a good old lady say I bat site
i went down on Hie same excursion • portent purpo
informant told me that the richest
inciclmut in New York was Moses
Tailor anti that lie was worth$40,-
there are , , I Mr. H. K. Carswell retires from
and | . city of timber and the increasing | t |, e e( jjjorial control of the Irwin-
tlemantl for lumlicr for more bn- j ton Southern fi Appeal, and is
succeeded bv Mr. John M. Ilaff.