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t)CV AD»i:RT«n« IIDfA
A. L. llami On—Andrew Fe
male College, Cnth'beri.
Alexander k 1 a riot —Tobacco, &o
1)1 Legal Notice—T. M. Jones, OnFy_
W T. LEWbS-'-Whnlesale dealer
; D Tobacco, will leave D.iwson for a
t hort time, and atnhoiizm Messrs.
Alexander & Parrott as his agents for
the collcctiofl of all accouuti due him for
salcSof Tobacco, io.
H Hood has just received
3,000 pounds of Bacon
I’unSONAL: —We had tho pleasure as
well as the honor of seeing Col Crews
iu our sanctum on yestuidxy. This gal
lant soldier to who the notorious Stone- !
man surrendered, we are eorry to say
will leave South west Georgia in a short
time for Savannah, toengage iu business
in that city. No man is more rcspectod
in South west Georgia. Savannah may
be protfd of such an acqusDion.
jfcjy*We ore placed under obligations
to Messrs. Farnum & Sharpie for a
bottle of those excellent Bitters, know n
aB the “Stonewall Bitters.” They are
good and no mistake, and sure pre
ventive of chills. ,
Dnwson ITfnmifacturiiitf Cos.
We called on ourlriend, Mr. Henry
Atkerson, Superintendent of the Man
ufacturing department at the machine
shop, and must acknowledge ourselves
surprised at the extensive display of
Agricultural Implements manufactured
nt this establishment —corn shelleis,
sugar mills, mi l fixtures, etc. Wo saw
one large spur wheel, cast in this shop,
24 feet in circumferejioe, for Cokers
mill at Amerieus. No such work done
at any other p'ace S uth. The manu
facturing of Agricultural Implements
is ccrtain ! y a now thing in Georgia
It would pay every one to visit this es
tablishment and see the extensive ar
rangements for doing arry sort of work
with neatness and dispatch.
Mr Atkerson, one of the best me
chanics in the South, is also an ntfuble
and accommodating guuleman, be
sides, it does a man good to sha ,e any
of these honest mechanics by the hand.
No drones in Mr Atkerson hive—
There are some unmanied men among
these gentlemen that any lady would
do well to capture —better than conn
ter-hoppers, pill-peddlers, petifogers,
£3£*Wo would say to tho3e who
criticised what w.' are pie,sod to ray
of th advent of the Bureau and preach
ed policy so loudly to conoeai the length
of their car", before they stt mpt to roar
We are under lasting ofili: a
tious to our old friend, Mr. B. W i■ li —.
forJ, fora basket of the finest ps ebes
we have seen this season. We do be
lieve that our fr ends are dett rmined not
to let us suff t, so far as fruit and water
melons are concerned -
KAY!OX'S OIL, OK LlKE—Cures Earache
burns, Cuts, Sun<rs,&c.
KAYTON',B MAGIC CURE—Cures Diat
rlicsa and Crump Cholics.
■KAYTON’S Oil, OF LIKE, Sic , for sale by
Lejlrw A Wall, Dawson, Ga.
K AYTOX'S OIL OF LIFE-Cores Rhea
maiism and Neuralgia.
KAYTON’S DYSrEPTIC T'lLl.S—Cures
Sick Headache and alt trillions disorders.
KAYTON’S OIL OK LIKE— L'ures Pains in
the back, breast. Side, Shoulders audJoiuts
Prof. H. H. KAYTON & CO., Savannah,
D*., Proprietors of Kayton’s popular reme
KA\ TON’S M AGIO CURE - — ! s a summer
remedy and cures bowel complaints.
moral Ideas iu Texas.
We give below a section tbataenr
pet-bagger proposes to embody iu the
Constitution of Texas, by the Conven
tion now in session there. This is offer
ing a positive premium for bastardy,
and is in keeping tvkh vile legislation
of this party since they havo been iu pow
er. Much acta wonld turn pubiic opinion
against them, if the whole country was
as Radical ns Kentucky is Democratic:
Be it declared by the people of Texas,
in Convention assembled, that the fol
lowing be « section in the Consti
tution of this State—
Bee.— .Ail children born in this
Btaie out of wedlock are lcgi'imate for
all purposes of law and laetj aud it
shall be the duty of the Legislature to
I*ss an act enabling such persons to in
herit the estates of their pareuts, and to
inforoe ill the obligations of in.ents to
Another case of moral legislation is
given in the Alabama Legislature. R
R Harris, a radical member, from
vj'ieeuslown county who was arrested
aud is to bo tried fur bigamy, has had
• hill passed through the Alabama Leg
islature relieving him from the puii.s
and penalties of thi. offence. W a would
he surprised to hear of a bill being
iiitroduoed to allow radicals in that State
w have two wives.
A Productive Country. —The Nor
folk Journal says 'hut it gentleman iu
Southampton county, Virginia, sold
* en thousand dollars worth of straw
berries off of ten acres of land last sea
•°n, nnd that two gentlemen who joint
l y inducted a snra’l truck-farms, five
miles from Norfolk, cleared twenty five
thousand dollars by the sale of berries
Kor the Dawson “Journal.”
W wutau’s It it; lit*.
IVOman have the right to make tile advaneea,
Or to Wake fhr the opposite a.x
will eh may,ill many i-twea, abortively prove ;
From the laet, that they as u eimvcuicuee are uact.
A woman baa t lie right to make her lele -tlonl.
She has also the refill to make her ohjaeliona;
Judiciously should the tatter he (lone.
For fear of accepting the alternative uona.
A woman takes the right of discarding a lover ;
When she can do no for the heuetit of another : j
She should with propriety make the exchange, I
In order to leave them as before, good friends. ■
A well informed lady may adopt the above plan, I
lty receiving the attention of a nice young man;
if she gains his confidence and make au impres
Would you thluk her unjust by declaring “seces
A woman has the right to he pious if she can ;
Which should be a part of her duy to man,
lint should alienation by chance bc-tide her,
She then may liuvc a right to discard an admirer;
Put if her admirer is a man of good sense,
He will discontinue Ills attentions at once;
So you see if the hint is thrown the right way,
Site’ll avoid theneceasity of answering “nay.”
A woman lias the right of remaining at home,
Provided she thinks it ought to be done;
She can, if she chooses, without any other,
State she has a “pretiout,” aud go with her
Hut should a young man of common sense get it,
He will most assuredly regret, but accept it ;
lie receives it, of couisa, with respect (rout the
Though seeming to him an attack upon his honor.
A woman has ttie privilege, her sikiuhc to select,
She should watch and examine hie every trait;
An oye to his character, she surely should have,
By weighing it well, much trouble she'll save.
An outward appearance may make an impression,
Hut examine the mind by art of conversation.
A lady too quickly, her selection may make,
ltut discovers too late, that she’s made a mistake,
j I.aelirs east slurs on old bachelors too,
1 When they are the cause of making them so.
Aten don’t become bachelors merely from choice,
Hut the sheer necessity that gives them a voice.
Where is the man, that hasn’t in his life,
Thought of selecting for himself a good wife ?
He finds one, he thinks, he can’t do without her;
Hut, alas i poor fellow, he knows nothing about
We learn from the book', 'til enjoined npon man,
To get him a “hotter-half,” provided lie can.
He, therefore, commences to ascertain his fate,
Hut learns from experience, that he's a little too
He finds to Ilia eliagrin, that a rival is at hand,
He then withdraws his forces like a military man;
Although he is loth to relinquish the field,
, Ho does it reluctantly, the more power to wield.
■ A woman has the privilege of being a good wife,
Os making a man happy all the days of his life;
; He then will enjoy a Heaven on the earth,
i With a home ever pleasant with joy and mirth.
| A natural talent should not be concealed,
But should be either sex always revealed,
! For fear of incurring au unhappy life,
Iu the pale of society, aud matrimonial strife.
July s, ISfig. AN OBSKKV til.
Lui'jjis AS ass Meeting of Israel
iles in .Meniphis-Utfitoliillons
Uemiiineiiig Liaul Adopted.
A large ami enthusiastic meeting of
the I raelites of Memphis, vras he and in
the Hull of the Memphis Club, last
night, in response 1 1 a cn'l pu fished
in the cry papers. Every scat was
tilled, and many had to con’ent them
selves with standing room, in point
ot numbers, wealth and respectability,
it was the most influential meeting, ol
a religious or political caste, held in
this city tor some months. Ihe follow
ing resoluble ns wore adopted wo bout
u dissetiti.ig voice in this assemblage
of Jewish citizens cl' all political
Whereas, U. S. Grant, General of
tho Uh ted States Army, did, in ii s
official capacity, issue, or caused to be
issued, an order kn wn as Genet.d Or
1 der No 11 da ed at Oxford, Miss,
j December 17, 1862—ami which order
is hereunto appended; and
Whereas, The said General Order
i No. 11 was un unjust and wanton li
I bel, not.upon individuals, but exptesa
! ly made to apply to the whole race of
| Israel, branding us fait-hies, d.shonesl
aud disloyal, and its purpose and effect
| wore to prosecute and proscribe those
to whom it was applied, on account of
their birth, which, with their religion,
is their only ciime ; and
Whereas, Tho said U- S. Grant is
now before tho country as a candidate
for the highe t office in the gilt cl the
American people; therefore,
Resolved, That we, the Israelites of
the city of Memphis, do believe that
the said U S. Grant has, by the said
order, shown himself to boa man unfit
for the high position to which he as
]>ires, and incapable of administering
* the laws 'o all classes with impartial
ly and without prejudice.
Resolved, That we, each ami every
one, individually and collectively, as
Isrealites, who have respect for our
honor and our religion, pride in our
race, and love for our country, do
pledge ourselves to use every hooowt
ble means in our power to defeat the
election of the said U. 8. Grant.
Resolved, That this meeting is not
called for any political or party pur
pose, but solely to defeat the man who
has, by his Order No. 11, insulted the
whole Jewi-h race.
Resolved, That we exhort and ad
monish our Irethren in this and all
other cities and towns in tho United
States, as they value religious liberty
and their rights, to do all in their
power to defeat the said U. S. Grant
G. 11. Judah, Rev. S. Tuska,
A. Seessel, T. Foi.z,
L. Kuemer, J. S. Menken,
Seymour L Lf.e.
Biwult is stated that the names sent
to tho Senate last week by Gov. Bul
lock, for confirmation to the Supreme
Court Judgeships, anti withdrawn ,
without being opened in Ibat body,
were those of Joseph E. Brown, Chief
Justice, and McKay and D A. Walk
It is further stated that the withdraw-"
al was made for a revision of the list,
and that it is now determined to pre
sent the name of Iliram Warner, the
present Chief Justice for the same po*
sition, and Joseph E. Brown, and I>. \
A-. Walker, for Associates.
President Screven, of the Atlantic
and Gulf railway, stM'ee that rt is the
inten ion of the company to extend the
road Alabama w ards from Baiubridge
as soon as tho necessary funds are pro
vided, but that it is not settled yot
where it will cross the CuaUah.ocbee
Wisrr Florida Cotton. —The Mb |
riana Couriei, of July 80, gay*'“the
Measoßß until recently, have been pra
piciotis in this section fur tho cotton
plant, and it has attained n good size;
but the hiftr excessive rains have tend
ed to stimulate it too much, caused it.
to throw off its fruit and take a second
growth. The caterpillar, some plant
ers say, has already passed the second
hatching, and fears are entertained
should the seasons favor, the destruc
tion of the crop will be rapid and cer
tain. Last year, although appearing
about the same time, tho damage to
the crop was not uniform. Sumo crops
were benefltted, others but slightly af
fected, a very large prnpottion was ’en
tirely denuded, anti but little saved
from the field. Sunshine is now much
needed to develops the plant, with
cou’inued adapted seusons’to make a
full crap from the area of land.”
The Georgia Outrages. —We pul
lish elsewhere the eard of the nine Cos
lumbus prisoners who, after a 1 ng and
pi iaful iutprfi osrnent, amounting to po:,
itivc torture, and disgraceful in tht na
tional character—after the subordina
tiio* of witnesses to swear away their
lives, and a trial by a military commis
sion, which showed that this prosecu
tion was simply a malignant and mur
dc-ous prosecution—have at last been
released. We entreat every free citizen
of America, and every fur-minded man
of whatever party, to read this recital,
and to remember that this infamy i*
the fruit of a government set up by the
Radical lead-rs, and which, if they had
(he power, they would extend to the
whole country. To elect Gen Grant is
to perpetuate these men in power, and
stamp their t\ranv permanently upon
the country. This is the price we are
called upon to pay for the elevation of
oDe utterly ignorant and unskilled in
civil affair. —National Intelligeucer.
Orville Grant, a respectable merchant
of Chicago, and brother of Gen. Grant,
recently gave a check of 111,000 to a
Democratic Club of that city. In con
si quencc of ihe habits of big brother,
the now General, be has not, for a loßg
tim”, been on very familiar terms with
him, and will not vote for him, deeming
him utterly unfit for tbc office to which
the negro party have nominated him.
Another “Traitor.’—The Watrick
Herald is greatly di-gusled because Mr.
(J. D. Robertson, hitherto a strong Ite
pudlican, has renounced that party, and
and made a tpiec.h at a Seymour ratifi
cation meeting in Boonvillc a few days
since. It cal’s him a “traitor,’’“ren
George Wilburns, a lad aged ten
years, while swieging on tho bumper
of a freight car on the Macon & Wes
tern Road, nt Atlanta, on Friday, fell
under the cur and was horribly man
gled. llis right thigh was mat-bed ’ll
dose to tits body, his right foot cut in
two, his left ieg severed below the
ItDee, and bis right armeut off.
Saturday last, tho members
of the Legislature each received two
hundred and fifty dollars for their ser
vices, and, in consequence, are said to
be in excoe .ing good humor,
appointees took charge
c.f the State Road on Monday. E. Hul
1 ert Superintendent of the Southern
Express appointed Superintendent.—
E. J?. Walker, late Superintent Macon
& Western liuiltoad, appointed Mas
ter of Transportation It is stated
that other changes will probably fol
is said in Atlanta, that a
prominent Republican member of the
Legislature has draw n up articles of
impeachment against Bullock and will
Bt>on present them.
JOURNAL OFFICE. I
Dawson, Aug. 13, 1868. f
We quote coilon to-day at 20a23
Macon, Aug 12; middlings 27.
New York, nt 29}.
Augusta ; middlings 27}c.
New Orleans ; middlings 29c
Oanxm Lodge. I- <>. <>. F. If o. 56
MEETS on Uondav night, in oach week.
J. Yf. SIMMONS, N. G.
John A. Bishop, Sec’y. -
E.4WltE.\t E CHAPTER 49,
MEETS Fourth Wednesday night in each
d/,.mh. J. M. Simmons, H. P.
J. C. E. Ci.ark, Secretary.
P. T. Schley Lodge, No. 229,
F. A. M.
MEETS Third Saturday in each month, ’2
o’clock, p. m. C. C. Truss, W. M.
J. B. Avant, Secretary.
Tlic HEY. EDWK.D WILSNwIU acnp
(free of charge) to all who desire it, the prescrip
lion with tin- direction., for making and using
the simple remedy by which he was cured of h
luug affectlou aud that, dread disease Consump
tion. His only object is to benefit the aflticed and
he hopes every sufferer will try this proscri jtion
as it will coat them nothing, aiul may prove a
blessing. /’lease address
REV. EDARI) .ILSX,
No. I#S SoKth Second Street, Williameboronf h
New York. «-Hn-,
Information guaranteed toproilueoa lnxuri
ent trroYCth of huir upon a bufct l»oa«l or tx*antlCßß
f4ce, alwo a receipt tor the removal of PlmpleP,
Blotches, Eruptions Ae., ou tho akin, leaving
tho bVUK! Holt, clour uud bouutilul, cau be obtimml
witlutur charge by addressing
»jpif.s. r\<M A I‘MiN. Chemist.
BSI WroadWßy, New Y ork r
Brandies, Wines, Segars, %
Rye. Bourbon A Monongahela Whisk's,
Manufacturer of Ui« Celebrated
sro.TEn\n r miters,
WmriHAiL Sr., ATLANTA, GA. aufUSoi
SOMETHING WORTH HEEDING
HAVING made arrangement* wiih Ihe
Toiiiliil<-eit lleiiiomt Cos.,
we nre aide Iff ftcD two, three, four and six
horse Wagons, nt u Binall advance on New
York cost. We would invite tho-e r ishing
good rianutiim Wagons, to examine our
Stock before purchasing elsewhere,
We would also call the attention of the
public, to our splendid aud extensive stock o'
REGGIES, MARXES' k CARRIAGES*
both of our own and Noit'em manufacture.
It is generally understood throughout South
Western Georgia, that IVM. SIRRIAfE
always warrants his work. We always keep
a good Stock ol Carriage A Harness, Wagon
and lluggie materials ot ull description.
Call and see.
aug6’6Bly Amerieus, Ga.
8. A PORTER. JNO. D. lIU.GINS.
PORTER & HUDGINS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
(Opposite Southern Express Office.)
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Beer tnin to tnke the same Bridge thot. has
always carried you over safe.
r |''llE undersigned, after deroting 37 years
JL to ihe Drug and Apothecary business, is
now, as hero’ofore, able to furnish his friends
and the public at large, with Fresh and Gen
uine Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oil-, Var
nishes, and host of other articles usually kept
in a first class Drug aud Chemical Store, and
at as low prices as anywhere. Special atten
tion (laid lo Pre.-criptione.
GEORGE PAYNE, Druggist,
june4km MaUon, Ga.
D. R. Adams, H. K. fTaahbvrii, A. A. Adams,
Os Eatouton, Ga. Ot’Sav. Ga. Os Amerieus, Ga.
AMS, WASHBURN \ CO.
OFFICE e\ T o3 StoddardVXowcr Range,
Correspondent at Daw sou, Ga., S. IT. WESTON.
July 30 ts SAVANNAH, Ga.
Morgan High School.
rpIIK fall term of the Morgan High School
_L will comence ou Monday, the 20th ol Ju y.
Primary Class, per term of 5 bios. SIO.OO
M’ddle Classes, 16 00
Higher Branches, and Languages, 2(>.00
Mu.-ic, including use of instrument 20,00
A r ocal Music free.
J. JNO. BKCK, Ptin.
J/brgan, Ga., july ll;4t
M SPKING ! im.
IMPORTANT TO THE IADIESI
MISS MOLLIE WILLIAMSON would re
spectfully announce to her former pat
rons and Ladies generally, that she can still
be found at Mr. W. M. Peeples store, where
she is constantly receiving, aud has just,
opened a large, handsome and well selected
Fashionable Milinery Goods!
Embracing all the latest and most popular
and everything usually kept in a first class
.Villinery Store, all o/ which were carefully
selected at one of the most extensive import
ing houses in the United Elates, and which
she will sell for a very small profit, to suit the
times. Call and examiae for yourscires.
Also, Dresses cut and made to order.
Dawson, Ga., A/*y 18 1868;3m
BETTER Than GOLD - !
INDESTRUCTIBLE GOLDEN PENS.
Are recommended by Bankers, Lawyers, Profee
hors, Teachers, Merchants, and all who have
tried them, as the best Pen inanuiaefnred.
They arcuon-eorrosive. and manufactured with
the greatest care, rendering them more dorable
than any pen now before the public.
Sent post-paid to any address for 75 cents per
box, containing one dozen.
Orders containing money for the same sent at
our risk. Do not forget to try t iicm.
M. McAI.PIN k CO.
Please state where you saw this advertiatment,
H. T. PETER,
PETER & BLACKSHEAR,
Wholesale k Retail Druggists.
1%~ Order* Solicited.
june43moß ttfavon, Ga.
IN connection with n»y Tannefj, 1 have ,
opened a large
SHOE MANUFACTORY !
On the south side public rquaro, where *ll or
ders lor work or Leather will pieet wiih .
po jmttattentioft. W. V\ . LEE.
Dawson, Ga. March 19, 18tSB;ll.
OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC
FOR CASH OR OK TIME!
rpHE following articles, on h* good terms
I as they Can be had in ITliif’ttl! :
“900 llusliels Corn,
250 tasks Karon—Sides & Shoulders
100 Kfgs Lard,
300 Sacks New Flour*
500 Bales Hay,
25 Barrels Syrup,
100 Bushels Water-Ground Meal.
25 Sacks Kio Coffee,
25 Rbls Extra C. Sugar.
Cor. of Cherry and Third Streets,
MACON, Or As..
june2s*m \\ r - A. IIUFF.
U Jl E. OLIVER,
WE have on httnd and for sale low, SOO
StoVt’S, of ti e most, improved patterns, and
have the exclusive sale of the improved Iron
Parlor and Office Grates,
Nail?, Curry combs, Locks, Wire Sieves,
Tin, Wood and VV illow-ware, House -Fur
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Iran Pipe, Steam Fittings, fc,
MANUFACTURERS OF 'UK WARE ,
Tin Plates, Sheet Iron, Block Tin, Sheet
Copper, &c., &c.
We have on hand a nice lot of Fruit Jars,
and in fact everything that is necessary or
could be used lor furnishing a bouse, can bo
found here, and for prices to suit the times.
G F. & 11. £. OLIVER,
JS'o. 42 Third Sired ,
HARDEMAN & SPARKS
TO THE FLAMERS IX
Middle and; Southern Geoama
I?OR TWENTY YEARS we have served
you, we believe faithfullf. Our suocess
depends upon your piosperi’y ; hence we
have zealously sought to promote your inter
est and advance it by every meaDS in our
power. As Commission Merchants we again
tender you out set vices, at our old stand,
which has withstood Ihe hemes of a bnrning
quare (hereby prosing its security,) and
where we hope to merit the very liberal pat
ronage always given ns.
7’lte sah sos Cotton is our speciality. We
fl >tter ourselves none can excel us. To old
ftieods we return thanks ; to new ones, try
us, we will try to please you.
Usual accotnodatim s given to enable you
to make a crop. THO?. HARDEMAN, Jn.
Julyl6:Bm O. G. SPARKS.
COHN AND BACON
OR FOR THE CASH!
WE Propose to sell to the consumers
of Terrell county, Bacon and Corn ON
TI ME, for approved acceptances. W T e
will exchange, when dtsired, Btcon for
col ton, taking security for delivery of
tho cotton. For particulars, apply to
LAWTON & LAWTON,
4th Street, Macon, Ga
New Livery and Safe Stable.
Dawson, - - - - Ga.
N. G. I J. K. PRINCE
HAVE erected on Main Street, just above
the depot, a Sale and Livery Stable,
where they are prepared to accommodate
their old friends and customers to anything
in their title of business.
All wishing to lake pleasure rides will
please give us a call.
We have also attached to our Stable, a
large convenient let for drove!-*.
(iive us a call. Our terms are moderate.
Dawson, May 14 68; 3m.
J. E. & E. CHRISTIAN,
AND DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Also, agentilOf ihe purchase of
Xorlb Ga. awl irodfirf.
IJ til ton, : s CwLi.
HAVE ALWAYSON HAND
PiA> lit, of all tiro ties.
asi I ts, n si.t.v,
SHORTS , ami COW-FEERa
ALSO, THE FAMOUS
Ntd.riE.tcturEr to ohoer ,
IN AN? SIZED PACKAGES
Having recentlv nrldrd new Machinery, and given our Mill a thorough overhauling, wo
now fully prepared to make Flour, which we will guarantee to
suit the most fastidious
Satislbclion Guaranteed in ali Casen,
Or money refuuded. tgT'Hiiffrest market Price paid for Wheat.-AHI
BLEDSOE & CO.
SC HOF i S3 CD’S
ADJOINING TIIE PASSENGER DEPOT,
MA. CON, OEOUGKIA..
SCHOFIELDS PATENT COTTH PRESS.
.Patented September Bd, 18GT.
fJwHTS must commend itself to the Cotton Planters of Georgia for it? Durability
I Simplicity of Construction, and ih*» ease with which it can be operated by either Hand
Horse, Water, or Steam Power—the change from oue to the other being effected in a lew
Another gnat advantage which this Press possess is, it takes tip so little rcortf that it
may be placed in and iim in the Gin House, thus saving much extra labor and loss of time,
the Colton befug pfaced In if as f.i*t as grimed.
Occupying but little space, and kept out oi' the weather, this press is very durable, and
not liable to get out of order, both the Screw and the Frame beiug of wrought iron.
These presses are all put up complete and perfect before leaving in? establishment, that
putting the purchaser to no extra trouble and expense iu procuring a nun to put them iu
To show with what favor and satisfaction these Presses have been received the past sea'*
son, 1 append the following certificates arid uamc a, among many others, ol gentlemen who
have used them :
Hot'sros County, Georgia, June Ist, 18tJ8.
Mr. J S Scohjteld, Afaeoii , Ga :
Dkah Sin—ln reply to your note of the 15th ult., I have this to say in regard io your
Patent Cotton Screw : **IT FILLS THE HILL,” aud is ail you claim for i f - I regard it su
perior to any Press 1 have teej. I cm, very respectfully, K. li. EZ&Lb.
Houston County, Ga., Vuue 2d, 1868.
Mr. Schofield Macon % Georgia :
Dkah Sir—Your favor at hand. lam wrtt pleased tfith your f/otton Pres®. For pow*
er and durability I don't think it can be excell'd. Very respectfully, J. W. Wimberly.
Ameriuus, Ga , Juue 14A, 186 ff.
Mr. J. S. Schofield Macon :
Dear Sir —We are ir. receipt f your letter and in reply, say that the Screw is a perfect
success, and I have no doubt will have ready s «10. We can pack 1,000 lbs in an ordinary
sizj bale with four hands. Very Respectfully, yours, J. R. PRIC4I 6i 60N.
llqusk Creek, Wilcox County, June 25tb, ISCB.
Mr. J. S. Schofield.\ Macon r Georgia ;
Fir — The Cotton Press I boug .t of you last fall, works well ; and I am very \£elj picas
ed with it. 1 packed wiih it about one hundred bales of Catton. | [ consider the Press su
derior to all others for packing cotton, as ft can be worked with less labor, and will pack as
heavy bales as aov farmer wants. Wood Screws and /Vess for baling cotton must surely
give way and place to your Iron Screws. Ail I regret, is, that I did not get an Iron frame
from you, Complete. l ours rearecfully, S. D. FULLER.
Gen. Thos F. Drayton, Macon county, B. H. Myrick, Baldwin county, John FUrt, Mon
roe county A. J, White, Pike county, Oapt. Orrie Tuf’«, Jones county, Cleavehmd & Bai-a
ley, Baker county, Long &. Whitaker, Taylor co*uiy r Robert Thompson, L< e county; A.
Dawson, Wilkinson county, II L. Keyza , Houston county, J6rry Hollis, Monrod comity,
D. W\ Mfisaee, If >tfston county, L. C Bryan, Lee conn y, Allen A Oraimiss, Bfbb county,
W. W. Dews, Biker county, Anhur Foster, Bibb county, VV. A| Bahks, Monroe souiUy* J.
R Griffin, Houston county, Thos. J. Cater, Houston county, W. J. J/ytiek, Baldwin county
S. }\ 4/yrick, Baldwin county, H. M. Rose, J/ftiedgevillc, Jas. W. Brown, Tavlor. tidunty,
D. Solomon; Gordon county, W W. Turner, Hancock count v, R. G, Harper, .1/ill edge vUle,
J J Collins, J/tcou county, J. L Limpkin, Wilcox county, John L. Dfyant, Houston coun
ty Pleasant Ray, Dooly county, J, W. Joidon, Lee county VV. E. Warren, Houston county,-
Nat Hester Baker couuty, H L Jfitnms, Terrell couuty, John W. Paul, Terrell county.
Iu order to olace these Presses within the reach of Planters, 1 offer them f6r sale tor
Drafts accepted by responsible parties, payable from the Ist to the 15Ch of October next.
J. L TUCKER M TUCKER.
J. 1. TIKI I 111,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
GROCERIES AND FAULT SIMS
Are now' prepared to sell you anythiDg in their Line a* Cheap as any House in
South Western Georg-a Give them a call, and they will ftonvince you that it ii
to j’onr interest to call agsiu.
They now have oa Consignment » lot of TOBACCO which they »re offering tt»
the Trade at Mac. m, Atlanta aud Savannah prices. Call and examine it, and
yeu will fiud it “All O K/’
Special attention given to the Consignment of Bacon, Corn, Flour, Lard, ele.
B.st of p iifi»enee given if required,
J. I » TUC'KEIt Jk ItRO.
MAIN ST., DAWSON, GA