THE MACON f)AHY TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER! THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER *25, .1878*
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A MODEL SERMON.
“And there wan Ham. andihrrfwa»
ihrm. anl there wan Japhrlh, all
twine Into the Ark-ah."
■•clatloa. tajr the Pre*U
' hr * ;
nu.x, lu., Aug. S6,18'
r call uv the PmsMent, this
tormina thequertion of nl<
iiou, brokerag*. un l
vr, I mean, uv eoune. th.
boMers her nothin
rith k ttlin them question*in other
,3ipuniM,an<^ wo nceno ruaaon why
|K>uU in th* Canteen. The fir-’t
i mi* to flrgnr in* wnt oar proli
Xt would te. Ef WJ kept 100 mem
£i cents i Jch r work, tbi
wood lie cgg.a*kly $1,300 a year,
c hod ax a Ixurix to gu on. It in
i the Canteen plan, to bev a huh
rotod oureelrea aalariee. a follow*
ident—$500 pur annum.
, in add
•ooperhuman ewgwnhun will
nr. On thfa bn*), we did hare
thin, we votod that
re all the boaibeae oomin in we abood be
u> not leaa than 3.1 per cent, aa
[ Homuuhuu. And we voted that the uni
1«- paid weekly. Wo took, out of th<
i ,* h., J in hand, 33 per cent, commia-
:"„n,$8 33, which left$ldfi7. Thrffl *vi
tfoin to take $10 for my wedk’a aala
iho SucretarjWnnd theTreaanrer$4
i ,t i ■ them waant enuff in the treasury
ny thin we decided that, in juatia to
‘Jm |«li<y-holdera, no a* to k"ep the con-
dear iiv del*, we wood only take 20
j„. r rent, foroommiahuna. Weain’tagnin
to run the Canteen in debt, ef close fig-
k„.p it clear.
loft. and, aa it wua too little to
t „ Cincinnati on, we postponed puttin
lailbin in the harl till we shood get more
;i ,\ ,i.-nr and more money.
•But how will this look Y" asks the
5.. - -tary.
••.to empty harl looks jiat aa full aa a'
tuil ••»'." •** I ■ “tbo policy-holders will
-the lari ami lie satisfied. They aan’t
i.- rlsne anything till the Canteen pe-
••Itnt xpoxe they shake the harl f"
"Thi> lari will bo so spiked down that
it ain't to shook. There'ir got to he sol-
riiiv in this instooshun. Just pour a lit-
11.. irhiiky nlxrnt tin* bung-hole, so that
dry'll smell it, and it will be all rite.
.nit 11 is all the policy-holders get in tho
ui.rt uv the instooahuna after which we
1.. del, and n smell will satisfy 'em here.’
| v course the Itoord uv officers dix-
* Irrri.i gnat activity. We had to get
buxineea, SO thnt l>y the til;lo the
first Canto* period arrived wl‘ -Iioulrl
tor >uthin in the Imrl to show, und we
• iirecedtul. The plan looked so nice and
innrrrnt that it vu no trouble nt all to
ntpi in'thu outaiderx, and we did it lively.
A aiisrter it *« k to each ur cm wax
When the membership reached 200 we
.It termined to fill the lutrl. I wua no-
leet,si to go to Cincinnati to buy the
l.kker, and I went and bought it. deduct-
q, uv cooiw, 25 1*T cent, for iny enm-
minhun. It is understood in our Board
that we ilou’t oxp«wt nothin to to done
fur nothin. Tin* likker come nil rite, mnl
wsx jHiurerl into the harl. and two buck,
eta u v water added, that it mite be aa full
■St fur, it wnx aa satisfactory da it eoorl
le. init wliile on my way I hod put in the
l.me faithfully rcitdin up thu aiihjuk uv
l.ife inshooreooe. I made a diskivery
last no Tontine oood go on without a re-
.r-rve. vuni. uv rasirse, we-bed to lievn
reserve. It woodn't do to draw tho lik-
ter out in site uv the memlierx, becox
ttieyaiirt'dx yit w|nbM up to the pint
uv ' undondandin them things ; so we
rtluiH'il the hurl up ngin the wall, and
ipjs >1 it on the hack side with a gimlet,
ii* timwd off ev. ry day a quart apiece
for each oflloer, fillin up through the hung
witli wafer. This, wieh wua our reserve,
we put into n keg, wich wo kept hid in
the hushes out title the office.
In case this process should bo diakiv-
iTod. mi l any unpleasant results come
from if. we hod our CoaauHln Actooary
draw up a paper •lirtvtin ua to do it. and
eoitifym that it wns necessary for the
I'ivtofkshnnuvthe policy-holders. This
we hold in reserve, so aa to to porvidod
agin the imiHU-tinuat and inquisitive en
quiries uv ignorant people, who don’t
knew wnt is strictly necessary in those
It is tree, we t aeh drink up onr quart
< very <lny, but of any trouble should grow
nit uv it. wa kin pint, triumphantly, to
In tht> autumn of !8301attended s oun
nnd | meeting in tho interior of fif-rgia. an<l
h* ird a -erni m which I have nrver to-on
able te forg.-t or M.-scribe. I have at
tempted several times te writ.- it. But
it '-min ■’ he put on pnivr. The main
force of it was in the snuffing and spitting,
ant! groaning and hound-after-.i-fox sort
of yelp or whine, to which no pen can do
justice. It must be intoned to be appre
ciated. I have preached it a thousand
times for the amusement of my friends,
and have been satisfied with my effort.
I havo used it ax a remedial agent in ex
ercising the demons of hypochondria, and
have never failed "to send them down a
steep place in the sea,” or somewhere else
to the great relief of the sufferer.
The speaker-had just been licensed,
and It was bis first sermon. In person
he was small; bull-heatled, of a fair,
sandy complexion, and his countenance
was indicative of sincerity and honesty.
Hi» remarks evinced great reverence
for the works of God, as manifested in
xoology and natural history, and "was
taking up the Bible in regular order for
the first time in his life.” He had got
ten as far as the history, the ark, the
Hood, etc. Besides, just before his con-
version ho "had boenreadingGoldumith'
‘Animated Mature,’ und the twotogether,
by the aid and assistance of the spirit,
hid led him into a powerful train of
thinking, just as he stood at his work
bench day in and day oot.” But what
ever his sermon Iliac have lea n, it was
u;, - -ri . •* - ...... •
the Iwri in wich If wux. But nothin of
that sort will happen. Tho main liorl is
all that wv bev to keep in site, and that
is put up so high tirnt none uv cm kin
stv in the bung, and never kin toll how
lunch there ia in it.
One man did want to know put liin about
it. hut I aaeootucd a hawty look.
•• Sir,” sod I, •' the report of tho Diree*
tore will make its appearance in doo time,
when theJtarl will to gauged, and tho
■quantity in it declared. This is all, sir,
can soy about it.”
•Everything looks beautiful. Mew mem
bers arv oomin in every ilay. and none uv
cut are droppin out. We officers take our
salaries promptly, and our commishuna
likewise, and tho oontributors a.k no
This Canteen Association wux a lucky
thought. SaiCl Sh.vkkct.
his own. The text war, “As it was in the
days of Noah, so shall the coming of the
Son of man to.” After commenting on
that portion of Genesis descriptive of the
fiood, he “warmed up” suddenly, and
broke out in the following strains:
"Tee, my brethren, the heavens of the
windows was opened-ah. and the floods of
the g-r-e-a-t deep kivered the waterx-ah.
and there was Shetn, and there was Ja-
pbeth-ah, a-l-l-a-gwine into the Ark-ah
"And there was the elephant-ah, that
E -r<-a-t animal-ah, of which Goldsmith
escribes in his ‘Animated Natur’-oh.
what is at big aq a horae-ith.and his bones
as big as a tree-ah, depending somewhat
on the size of the tree-oil, a-I-1 a-gwin
into the Ark-ah. And the heavens of the
windows wax opened.ah. and the fiootlri
of the g-r-e-a-t deep kivered the waters-
ah, and there wns Hem, and thoro was
Sham, and there Japheth-ah, a-1- a-gwine
into the Ark-ah.”
"And there was the hippotamnx-ah,
that g-r-e-a-t animal-ah. of which Gold
smith describes in his 'Animated Mntur-
h, what has a g-r-e-a-t horn-ah, a-stick-
n’ right straight up out of his foreward-
b, G feet long-ah, more or less, depend-
ig somewhat on tho length of it-oli, a-1-1
a-gwin.. inlti tli.- Ark-ali.'
"Anil there wai the giraffee-ah, my
rotheria, that ill-contrivdil reptile, of
hicb Goldsmith describes in his •Aniam-
tured M'atnr’-uh, whose forelegs is 25 feet
long-ah, more or less-ah, depending on
the length of ’em-ah, tin*l a neck so long
as he can cat hay off the top of a baru-uli.
depending somewhat on the hitlie of the
born-ah, a-1-1 a-gwine into the Ark-ah.
And the heavens of the windows was
opened-ah, nnd the floods of the grent
deep kivered the waters-nil; an<l there
Hem. and there was Sham, and there
wns Japeth-ah, a-1-1 a-gwine into the
■And there was the zebra, my breth
ren -ah ; that b-c-a-n-t-i-f-u-l animal of
which Goldsmith describes in nix • Anima
ted Natur’-ah,’ which has three hundred
stripes a ninnin’ rijjjht rii4d hisl>ody-ah,
more or le*--. depending somewhat on the
numtorof strijs; ,-ali. anti nary two stripes
tilikt-nh.and a-1-1 a-gv.-iD -int i the Ark-ah.
And there was the niuKYinder-ah, that
-r-e-a-t sarpint of which Goldsmith do-
seribes in his • Animated Natur’-ah’ what
can swallow six oxen at a meal-ah, a-1-1-
gwine into the Ark-ah. And the heaven
of the windows was opened-ah, and t he
flooils of the great, deep delivered the wa-
tere-ab, and there was Shetn, and there
was Ham. and there wa i Japheth-ah-a-1-1
a-gwine into tho Ark-ah.
And there was the antolope-ah, my
brethren, that frisky little eritter-ah. of
which Goldsmith descrihoa in his • Ani-
iutatol Natur’-ah’ what jumped seventy-
five foot right straight tip-a'i. and twice
Aiintlirr Story of "lleau lllckmnti.*
Once Beau went ore
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i ill,’— of the houm*, ho
■Uiy morning, and, as
■atunlay received hi
i to New York ,1'i'l
oU». Knowing tho
rent early on Mon-
(TM o up torn arv, on
biU, Watch iiur
until no one \r*s in the office but n other
imioivnt clerk, JBcaq went up
with the bill in hi* bond, and. in a tower
ing rage, demanded to know if it wam tl
custom of the houoe to innult ita guests
l«y pmuninff they would not pay when
they left, and tending hills like that—
throwing hi* on the desk. The clerk ox-
jdoineil, and, mistaking Bean for the fn-
tnou* Pennsylvania Ooopwsmi John
Uickiuan, apologixeil, atunred him no of-
itDiv was meant, and that ho Mold par
when he went away. Beau Araa mollified,
und presented the clerk with a fifty cent
eigujr. Beforo the next week w;w out, on
ErnUy. Hickman disked Geneml William
Haile;., of Loniniinna, whom he knew
very well, and who was stopping nt
the* house to loon him $500 for one hour.
The Oem-ral did so, and Beau, getting a
$oOO note, walked into the office of the
St. Nicholas and offered to pay his bill.
Of oouree the clerk canid not readily
change so large a note, and Hickman, re
marking he wim going to stay, and the
bill could be paid any time, passed up
*Uur*. and handing Bmtiy the note,
thanked him ccniially for the loan of tht
nuaaev. No bill was «ent him the next
KtturvVy. nor tie next. He was now hi the
fourth week of hia beoid it ftifitHkho*
las, anti, as bit arrears were becoming
large, tho clerk felt it his duty to call the
attention of the proprietor to the mat
ter. Ue m *• ke of Beau iw the •’Uon. Mr.
ttickman; but the proprietor, on examin
ing tho register, recognised tho name of
■R. L Hickman” as that of the famous
Washington *%hud heat.’* Ho cursed the
cl. rk for his stupidity s but cursing would
not square the kdger, axul. sembng Cor
Beau, he nuide him the following propo
sition : “Hickman, if you will go over the
street and beat the Metropolitan out of a
month's hoard you can come back hero,
and we will dead-head you for another
mouth.” Beau accepted the offer, and,
when his month wus out, ho took his
baggage, hired a fine carriage at the
expense of th. >t, NiriioIa>, ami (Loving
round the square, pulled up in front
and registered at the Metropolitan, takin g
a room on the second floor, with parlor
and lath attached. Every few days he
,-t. pjHid uvertntlie St. Nicholas to tell
tlw li.N.pnet >r L«- wiwre Lvtthron nieulv at
tbs Metropolitan. ;u
| .. fijra re of the St.
worried through a month
and then there was a row
pditan. Knowing the hostility b
Use hotel-', Ik .r.i mildly suggest«\1
l!u. Ilf t.,.1
»: :.l- > of a iv.
that distance do-m-ah, provicio.l his legs
will carry him that fnr-nh, a-l-l-a-gwine
into tho Ark-ah. And the heavens of the
windows was opened-ah, and the floods of
the great deep 'kivered and waters-ah,
and there was Shorn, and there was-Ham,
and thoro was Japheth, o-1-l-a-gwine into
Just at this point he stopped speaking
few moments, wiped lua forehead
turned back his wristbands, ran his fin
er ri through his hair, spit and rubbed
is boot in it, drank a little water, com
menced on a lower key, and proceeded as
“But time would fail me my bretherin,
to describe ill the animals that went into
the Ark-ah. Your patience and my
strength would give out before I got half
through-ah. We talk, my bretherin, of the
faith of Abraham and the patience of Job-
ah ; bnt it strikes mo they didn’t go much
ahead of old Noer-ah. It tuck a right
smart chance o’ both to gather up all the
gopher-wood and pitch and other track
for to build that ciuft-ah. I am a sort
of.carpenter myself, and have some idee
of the job-ah. But to hammer, and saw,
and maul, and. split away on this one
thing a hundred and twenty years-oh,
on* lookin’ for par in another world-oh—
I tell ye, my brethren, if the Lord had a
sot Job at that, it’s my opinion he
would a-tuck his wife’s advice inside of
fifty years-oh. Besides, no doubt, his
righb'ous soul was vexed with the filthy
communications of the blasphemous set
that was always a loaferin* and a-saun-
terin* around-ali, a-pickin* up his tools
and misplacin’ ’em, and a-eallin* him on
old fool or something worse-ah; and, to
clap the climax, he was a preacher, and
hnd that ungodly giner.ition in his hands
every Sunday-ah. But the Lord stood
by him and seed him through the job-ah
and when everything was ready heolidn’t
semi Nocr out to scrimmage and scout
and hunt all over the wild world for to
get up the critters and varmints that he
wanted saved-ah. They all come to his
hand of their own accord, and Noer only
had to haad ’em in and fix ’em around in
their places-oh. Then he gathered up
his own family, and the Lord shut him
iu, and the heavens ef the wisi/a-w.-was
“But, by bretherin, Noer-ah had use
for patience after this ah. Think what a
time he must n-had a-feodin* and a-water-
in’ anila-cleanm* out after sich a crowd-
ah. Some of ’em. accordin’ to Goldsmith’s
‘Animated Natur.-nh, was carnivorous,
and wanted fresh ineat-ah; and some
was herbiverous, and wanted vegetable
food-ah; and some was wormivorons, and
swallowed live things whole-oh; and he
had to feed everything aooordin’ to ita
nater. Hence, we view, my brethren-ah,
as the nater of the animals won’t altered
by going into the ark-ah, some of ’em
would roar, and howl, and bark, and bray,
and squeal, and bloat, tho whole injurin'
night-ah, a-driven sleep from his eyes
and slumber from its eyelets-ah, and
at the first streak o* day the last
hoof of ’em would set up a noise accordin'
to its nater-ah, and the bulls of B.xshan
m*t nowhar-ah. I’ve often wondered
how their women stood it. Scripter is si
lent on this poict-ab; but I think I
know of some that would a-been vapor
ing and nervous under sich dreamstances-
ah, and in an unguarded moment might
a-said somethin’ besides their prayers-
Here the speaker stopped again, spit,
took water, etc., and hastened to a con
**My bretherin,” said he, “one more
word for Noer-ah, and I will draw to t»
dose-ah. After the outbeatin’ time he
had, first and last, for so many hundred
year-ah, if he did, by accident or other-
W ise, take a leetle too much wine on one
oecasion-ah, I think less ort to a-been said
aboQt-ah. Besides, I think he was enti-
nled to one spree-ah, as he made the wine
himself, and, accordin' to Scripter, it
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P I 7 CHOLHA prpTaiU u an epidemic, the Prc-
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1 Livmu Bowels and Stomach sbuold bo kept
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COLEMAN <£ NEWSOM
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
HAVE REMOVED TO
Blake’s Block, comer Third and Poplar Streets.
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WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OP THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OP THE BOWELS
CONGESTION OF TH F. LUNG8,
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PALPITATION OP THE HEART
HYSTERICS, CROUP. DIPTHERIA.
COLD CHILLS. AGUE CHILLS.
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Travelers should alwavs ram* afirifit of RjwI-
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of water, ft is hett ^ “ *
ten a? a stimulant.
s better than Fnmch Brandy or Bit-
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white of an ccg, or thread* like white *Uk. or there
* a morbid, dark, bilion* appearance ami white
xme dust deport, and when there is a pricking,
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in tbo small of the back and along the loins.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured
by Eadway's Eesolvent!
Beverlt. Masn. Jnly 16,1SC7.
Dm. RadwaV: I ha\e had Ovarian Tumor in
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years. I took six hot ties of the Resolvent, and one
box of Rad way’s Pill*, and two bottles of your
Bendy Relief; and there is not a sign of tumor to
be seen or felt, and I feel better, smarter and hap
pier than I hare for twelve years. The worst tu
mor wa* in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you for the benefit of others.
You can publish it if rou choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
The only safe and sure remedy for TAPE. PIN
and WORMS of alTktodi.
PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE.
An Important Letter
From * prommmt rentVraxn sttd rwident of
Cincinnati. O. for th. pul forty yew. wrll known
to the took pnblistora tbrooxbont the United
Mxrr More. October 11,1ST3.
Dx. RapwaT: XK-ar sir—1 srn inilncod by a
tense ct duty to the jufferuur to make, brief staie-
ment at the work!nr at roar mediHne on my*!!.
For •.■rend jnara I had l.-en affected with nne
"tier and urinary oraans,wh
. arm culminated in a moa t..
also inffammatioo of tBc kidneys and bladder, and
earn it aa their opiuitin that my sxe-tSytm-
Wtould rronrut my ererartUne radically cured. I
had tried a number ot pbyririans. andhad taken
a hum quantity ct mcdimie. hath alojiathic and
hnmeo-sithir, hut had rot no trfirf. I tad read at
axtoobhinr curr. harinc hoeo made hr yonr ivm-
edice. and some four month. a*o mad a notice in
the Philadelphia Saiuni.Ay UvcninaI’uud.eirr
ha\inr Ns-n effected on a person wh> "had lone
been suffering a. 1 bad been- Iwent rieu laffand
cot some at oach—1 c ur SArsapariUian Eeeolvcnt.
K.O.I.V K.-1W and and «*»-
mencA.1 takinethem, fnthreeda> In.«muly
rdicsod. and now feel as well as ever.
C. V. HU* Cincinnati. 0.
PERFECT PURGATIVE AND
Wc beje leave to call the attention of the merchants of Georgia to our large
stock of Groceries and Provisions, which we offer to the trade
AT WHOLESALE ONLY
On as reasonable terms as any hoose in the State. Our stock consists in part
100,000 pounds BACOM C. E. SIDES,
25,000 pounds BACOM SHOULDEES,.
50 boxes LOMG CLEAR SIDES,
250 barrels REFIMED SUGARS-ALL GRADES,
25 barrels CRUSHED AMD POWDERED SUGAR,
150 sacks RIO COFFEE,
25 sacks OLD GOVERM3IEMT JAVA COFFEE,
500 rolls BAGGIMG and 1,000 bundles ARROW TIES,
100 cases SARDINES,
450packages MACKEREL—MEW CROP.
100 boxes SELECTED. CREAM CHEESE,
20 tabs GILT EDGE BUTTER,
20 car loads FLOUR—Fresh Ground from our Mills -consisting of our own brands
“.Uncle Joe’s Choice,”
“ Mag Hampton,”
“ Faultless,” _
We defy competition in Flour. We have a large stock of case goods and other
Groceries not mentioned above. Merchants and others would do well to call on U3
when visiting the city before purchasing elsewhere, as we are prepared to offer in
Remember, We Break No Packages. %
COLEMAN A NEWSOM,
jST A.TIOIST A L HOTEL
. (FORMERLY SPOTT8WOOD.)
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE PASSENGER DEPOT.
Thi. House has been THOROUGHLY RENOVATED from tosement to attic.
1IOAHD f>3 PER DAY.
P. WHELAN, Prop.
GEORGE W. HKAD.
WHOLESALE TOBACCO DEALER,
AND CIGAR MANUFACTURER?
- Poplar st., Macon, Ga.
COLLINS Sc LITTLE
all kinds of
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS.
O. W. MASSEY
PATENTED JULY, 1S71.
: ** . •
■ rrxu D
triraa, riecantly coaled with sweet
ulatr. purify, deure aad strength-
IMb fur the rare cf alldb- riers rf
Lirer. BosvU Kidney*. Bladder,
-.i i Miakt*$ dad the heart o’ man
' A .n ci-ir I bre thren,as it was in the davs of Noer-ah,
llo j ’ I »o shall the coming of the Son of Man
fhrv.if roiv be-ah. The world will never be drowned
i a^ain^ih. It will be sot a-firo, and burnt
I op, root and branch; with a fervient
I hcat-ah. Oh! what will wretched,oadone
I sinners do on that day-ah ?
el fit for to live, nor for to die ah. The
« lj W put to their wit’s end. :ind knock
t *. ♦ , *. ,.V;.V* ‘ L i | md straddle around in every direction-alt.
ill shut he w4.1t 1*1 I - :-x .1 niiriii-ah, the t-nbe .1 bustm-ah. ; j ;: ... ..n.*i t l:tj at «to sum
tUint*acarri.H.f I the. mountain* a jueltia^ks iu»*.«i
V a -tin, an.'.p..t tiling. 1 thmk. will be in a confu>fi
tn.L wh.tn cmwukd stuto. M..t the Lord ad,
me. FMf wa
:md all IX-
! bles.-inw. Am
v ■ai'jh Wa.unr, of Iowa, hated u.
- it i.j,, but tiu-re was no altermitive,
if ... Lwi tlu- slightest ilcsiro to continue
:• p-iblie bft-. tin.l lie h.us at Ut covered
!m. k-jmy into On* treasury. “Better
—1»* than never” is the most that can he
!<»: u iwm who requires six months
u*ake up hi* uund that it n> wrong to
i'vji rtolcn money.
Nearly opposite Mant«romcr>' »n*l Hifiauk Ra
I V. HOWARD. * . pKortinoRB-
Only a short w»]L to *r.d frr^n the So«ithwe#4-
v-Qvc cvuU'mved in oauu-
M pCS 6ui
. Ar W .m« ltot*»reili*- Sicbi. F
the Haad. Ix firimcy t/ Ivr«
the Sin » .i > >• - Ra.-.
iv*. nnd suddri; i .n*a«*s ol He
Jie that hundreds are i»w in from Vinrinb to
i proven a stccess. awl b-eoming in general use.
not seen the Gin in use. would state that it ram lurht; gins
t. clean* seed pntetfjr. and makes a beautiful »mp!e of cotton. Tlie roll box is a. constructed
it it is impossible to break the roll or choke the Gia by any fair means, and a chill ten nan old
i jxd ii 04 well as mmg amt, AH of which I guarantee, and warrant every Gin to give entire satis-
For the information of those
can *eed it ot wtU ot omg amt, AH of which I guarantee, and warrant every
faction or no sale.
One improvement in mjeottoa or rafftori* that it is longer at tho top than where the cotton is
puJitd hrtwren tbe rihs. .
Parties purrha-ing Cotton Gins would do well to look to this before purchaMng other xaees, as I
am determined to protect my Fatest from any and all mfrinmnenta. , ^
Purtiea wi-hing to purcha-e Cotton Gins would do well to the EXCELSIOR COTTON
GIN l-lore purrhaaing. San> pit-* fan be seen at
CARHART & CURD’S, Agents,
iuUfcxxilra MACON, GEORGIA.
THE GREAT ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA, FOR THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF
FEVER .AJSTD AGUE OR CHILL FEVER, DUMB AGUE.
And other intermittent and Remittent Fevers, General Debility, Night Siveats, otc4 and nU Other forms of Disea-.es which have a common origin in Malaria, or Miasma.
LAWRENCE & WFICHSELB \UM
For ale by all D-ucvl-Ij. So, . e Proprietors and Wholesale Druggists
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE ARABLVN BITTERS, A WELL KNOWN TOXIC.
Agents Wanted. '
Send for catalogue.
Ireri: Sawisg C;a;xxr t Yri.
Stationary and portable Steam Encines and Boil
ers, Grays Anti-Friction Cotton Press, Circular,
Gang and Mulay Saw Mills; 1‘ortahle and Sta
tionary Flouring Mills, Sugar Cane Mills and Su
gar Pans, Narrow Gauge Locomotives and Dum
my Engines for street rends and mining purposes,
new and second-hand Iron and Wood Working
Machinery of every description. Send for c
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS.
60 Yesey Street, New York.
Kenmore University High School,
Amherst, C. **., Va.
Preparatory to the University of Ya. H. A. Strode
(Jlalli. Medallist U. VaA, Priori pal and instructor
in Mathematics. H. C. Brock. B. 1 it. U. Ya. (re
cently Ass t Prof. Latin, U. Va.) Instructor in
Greek, Latin. French. German and Dotaiyr. This
is one of tbe leading high schools of Virginia, and
presents many advantages incomparable with
those of others. Students also received for tho
Summer. New session begins September 15th,
1S7S. For Catalogue, address the Principal.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE NEW BOOK,
Epidemic and Contagions Diseases
with the newest and best treatment for all cases.
Tbe only thorough wort of tbe kind in the world.
Embraces Small-pox, Yellow Fever, Cholera and
all analogous diseases. No family safe without it,
and all buy it. Ha* 21 chromatic illustrations.
The biggest chance of the season for agents. Ad
dress H. S. GOODSPBED & CO* 37 Park Row,
Hanover Street. Boston.
stocks and gold. Capital. $10 to $100; will
my <100 to $1,1100 a month. Full explanation sent
free. W. F. HUBBKLL A CO- Banker* and
Brokers. 39 Wall Street. New York. Box22$2.
<ni $0(1 I*‘ r day! Agents wanted.*
« 7 DO tp—* V-' AU classes of working peo
ple. of either sex. vising or old, make more money
at work for ua in their spare moment*, or all the
time, than at anything else. Particulars free.
Address G. STINSON A CO* Portland. Maine.
We cure* the habit permanently,
chenj,, (quick, without suffering
STRONG, M, Dm Berrien Spring*. Michigan.
Graj’s Celebrated Anti-Friction Cotton Pres.
The cheapest, simplest, and most perfect Cotton
Screw evet invented. Send for circular. WASH
INGTON xRON WORKS, 60 V'esey street. New
York, sole manufacturers.
Dr?, lircone. Lindley & Bentley’,
Their success attests their merits. Tlie afilicted
ho have tried them say that Dll. GREENE’S
FIT CURE will stop at once all kinds of Fits.
Sisi-sms and Convulsions. Epilepsy. Cholera and
Nervous Wakefulness are completely under its
control. That Comp. Ext. Corydalis is tho great
est ALTERATIVE nnd BLOOD PURIFIER
known. Tirnt Medicated Honey has no equal
a* a remedy in Bronchitis. Asthma and Coughs.
That Neuralgia Specific is just what its name
implies. They are for sale l»yall Druggists. Pre-
,red only by Drs. GREENE, LINDLEY’ &
SY. Chariot "" ~
otte, N. C.
NSTITUTE for BOYS
At West Chester, Pa. A beautiful and elevated
situation, 22 miles west of Philadelphia. Spa
cious Playgrounds, with G.vmnasium. Students
prepared for College, Polytechnic Schools or Busi
ness. S/iecial provision made for very young
boys. Many students remain,as boarders, during
Summer vacation. Session lieeins September 10.
Address ROBERT 31. 31’CLEI.LAN.
(iraiitei Sclieine_ Era Kuown!
FOURTH GRAND GIFT CONCERT!
FOB TUB BE.VEFJT OF TUB
PUBLIC LIBRARY of KENTUCKY.
2,000 Cash Gifts $1,500,000
>HE Fourth Grand Gift Concert authorized by
special act of tlie Legislature for the benefit
the Public Library of Kentucky will take place
in Public Library Hall, at Louisville, Ky.,
WEDNESDAY", DECEMBER 3, 1S73,
Only sixty thousand tickets will be sold. The
tickets uru divided into ten coupons or parts
At this concert, which will be tlie grandest
sical display ever witnessed in this country, tho
unprecedented sum of
Divided into 12.000 cash gifts, which will Ijp dis-
tributed by lot among tlie ticket-holders.
LIST OF GIFTS:
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT - -
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT - -
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT - -
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT - -
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT - -
10 CASH GIFTS 310,000 each
SO CASH GIFTS 5,000 each
80 CASH GIFTS
100 CASH GIFTS
150 CASH GIFTS
25fl CASH GIFTS
823 CASH GIFTS
11,000 CASH GIFTS
TOTAL, 12,000 GIFTS, ALL CASH,
amounting to - - .**1,500.000
Tho distribution will be positive, whether all
the tickets are* sold or not, and tlie 12,000 gifts all
paid in proportion to the tickets sold. '
PRICES OF TICKETS:
Whole tickets S30; Halves $25; Tenths, or each
Coupons, §5; Eleven Whole Tickets for $500;
224 Tickets for $1,000; 118 Whole Tickets for $5,000-
227 Whole Tickets for 310,000. No discount on
less tlian 3500 worth of Tickets at a time.
'Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders ac
companied by the raonej promptly filled. Liberal
terms given to those who-may buy to sell again.
THOS. E. BRAMLBTTE,
Agt. Pub. Libr. Ky* and Manager Gift Concert,
r .*■!;.■ i.i>Ti rv l.M.i'i ill •. Ky.
T T. U A W VIM'D/1
IRON & BRASS WORKS,
Canal .Street, from Oth to 7th,
RICHMOND, - - - VA.
WM. E. TANNEE & GO.,
EN6INEERS, MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS.
EXGINKS OFALL KINDS.
Send for Circular.
H. R. BROWN,
hull ly Agent.
JAMES M. WILSON.
3000 CASES BOOTS & SHOES,
FOB THE FALL TRADE.
ITicc 25 I
the Mai: Iliad u
vs C'iiaric»Wn are i
cent> per box. Sold by Druggist*-
~ FALSE AND TRUE I”
Sen.i »m«* Idler stamp to RADWAY XUO.. No.
wmstKin vutth thousand* will be sent yoo* i 2 HAYNk STREET, CORNER OP CHURCH STREET.
miviJwjdiwly I SAMUEL A. NELSON. .su^sfcxdiuij J^MES GILFILL1N
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
STAR AND TALLOW
Office, No 14 West Main Street,between First and
Factory, No*. 75. 75, 77, 79 and 81 Maiden Lane,
between Ohio and Adams Streets,
Cash paid for Tallow, Lard and Grease.
ECLIPSES ALL OTHERS
Tie Great “Eclipse” Screw Colton Press
[PATENTED FEBRUARY 21.1S71-]
MANUFACTURED SOLELY BY
B. FINDLAY’S SONS
FINDLAY IKON WORKS,
FASTER, MORE DURABLE, LIGHTER DRAFT AND CHEAPER
THAN OLD WOOD SCREW EVEN'.
FACES THE BALE IN TWELVE ROUNDS.
Two to three Hands, or one Light Mule, Packs a Bale in 2 Minutes
Bales u Cotton ra. Led by thu Press range from 500 to soo pounds-
AFTER PURCHASE. AAD MARRAM AGAINST BREAKAGE
wrirnniTT mill 1 T MK.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE
GKOROxA CXXTBAI. RaILKOAP,
Savannah. July 5. ls7S.
O N and after Sunday, the <>th in*. , Passcite*
Trains on th.- Georgia Contrr l ltnilrood, its
branches and connections, will run as fallows;
DAY TRAINS GOING SOUTH AND WEST.
Leave Savannah. * .....i... kOO r w
Loavq Augusta... 2:15 r m
Arrive at Milkdct \ille....‘ 11:04 r M
Arrive at Eatontou 12:32 a m
Arrive at Macon 10:45 r w
Arrive at Savannah......, | 0:15 v X
Leave Uma for Atlanta ll-.io r m
Leave Macon for Eufaula 11:15 r m
m for Columbus 10:55 P M
WITHOUT LIMIT AS TO TIME.
“ECLIPSE” can be furnished all complete.or simply the Irons, as parties i
arranged for steam or water power when required.
We have TESTIMONIALS from many of the Large-t ami Best Pl»nten m toe
other Cotton States) using this Proas, whose names ureas familiar cl OMI.Y
visiting Macon are earnestly advised not tupun-liasc « Cotton JSbSmt for S^rintiV
AND THOROUGHLY the “ECLIPSE, and JUDGE VOR niEMSELVES. Send forUescripns
Pamphlets containing testimonials and prices.
R. FINDLAY’S SONS,
FINDLAY IRON WORKS, MACON. GA.
CRAIG PATENT HORSE POWER
FOE DRIVING COTTON GINS.
Recently Strengthened and Improved, now Perfect
MANUFACTURED SOLELY BY
L Findlay’s Sons, Findlay Iron Works,
The suncriority of this machine over all others intended for samo pnrnoscUnchidinp: both the old
id “mTfSn" Gin Gear) we GUARANTEE. OR ASK NO MOlffiV This Poweris tolppedm
io piece, as it were; require* no mechanic to put it up; sets on tho ground; is nttachcnl m no *
. anv portion of the house; and is independent of lloor” sagging” etc.; >« ,,s " 1 ,n A>1 ' Kl
V P HOUSE (one or two story), or both tho Power ar.«l Om an bo n
ANY HOUSE; drives a Gin from 275 to 300 revolutions per minute.
., l»o used in ANY KIND
run on the ground WITHOUT
Arrive at Bufaula.
Arrive ai Columbus
Making dost' connectioi
Atlanta and Columbus.
NIGHT TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Clay ton..... 7:20 a m
Leave Columbus 230 a m
Leave Atlanta 130PH
Arrive »t Macon from Clayton SOS i» m
Arrive at Macon from Columbus 7:8.) r m
Arrive at Macon from Atlanta. 7:20 r M
Leave Macon..... 7:40 r xi
Leave Savannah 8:40 v m
Arrive at Milledgcville 1U04 r m
Arrive at Eatontou 1.. 12:52 A M
Arrive :it Sai amnh 0:00 .v M
Making pcrfhol connection with trains leaving
A 'StlmoTs going over the MfflodgeviDs and E».
tontou Branch will take night train from Colum
bus. Atlanta and Macon, day trains from Augusta
ami Sai-annah, which connect daily at Gardon
(Sundays excited) with tho Milledgcvulo and
An el*‘gj»nt hleepinc car on all night trains.
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS can
l»e hail at the Central Railroad Ticket Ollico at
Pulaski House, corner of Bull and Bryan streets.
Office oj>on from S a m to 11
p m. Tickets
DAILY PASSENGER TRAIN
• TO AHD PROM
Mhton, Brunswick, Savannah i Florida.
Offick Macon and Brunswick R.\it.uoad,
Maoon. Ga- July 22.1875.
O N and after Wednesday, July 23d. l*a.<ksenger
Trains on this road will be ran aa follows;
DAY PASSENGER, DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED FOlt
.. 8:00 a M
.. 0:13 P M
..10:50 P M
..10:12 A M
. 2:10 I* M
Arrive nt 1!
Arrive at Savannah
Arrive at Tallahassee
i at JackftnOrtUe
Leave Jesut) feOO ^
Arrive at Alacon S:00 a
Passengers from Savannah will take the 4:50 t
train for Brunsmck,aud 5:20 a m train for Macon
.I.E accommodation train, daily
Leave Macon 8:50
Arrive nt llawkinsville 7:80
Leave llawkinsville 6:30
Arrive ut Macon V: **5.
W. J. JAIIVJS,
julySOtf Master Trans]wu-U.rioi
. 5:20 A M
L80 P M
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Central Railroad. Atlanta Division,
Atlanta, July 5,1873.
O N and aft. r Sunday, July 6th. Passenger Trains
on this Road will inn asfolloWs;
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
-PTTT.T.V WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT.
Send for Descriptive Circular, Testimonials, and Price List.
If. B.—Parties preferring the “olj fashion” Gin Gear or “new fashion” ditto, with centre suppor
can be accommodated at very reasonable figures.
R. FINDLAY’S SONS,
FINDLAY IRON WORKS, MACON. GA
STEAM ENGINES, BOILES, SAW & GRIST MILLS, WATER WHEELS,
AND ALD KINDS OF MACHINERY AND CASTINGS. ETC. ETC.
R. FINDLAY’S SONS,
jul27eodly FINDLAY IRON WORKS, MACON. GA.
Arrive at Atlanta
...11:00 A M
5 SO A M
Arrive at Macon
.. 7:2»> P M
NIGHT TASSENCBR TRAIN.
Lhave Mat on
Arrive nt Atlanta...'.
... 5:50 A M
... 1:00 A U
Arrive at Macon
... 7;00 A M
Making close connection at Macon with Central
Railroad for Savnnnah ami Ail juste, and with
Southwestern Railroad for Columbus -ml point*
in Southwestern Georgia. At Athnta.with West
ern and Atlantic Railway forj^iints Vest
julyHif G. T. FOIH.ACRE, Sup’t.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
N. Y. STATE SPORTSMEN S ASSOCIATION.
EXTRACTS PROM " REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON
STANDARD FOR SHOT.”
V .L manufacturers will have eventual jy to con
form, when sportmen require that their shot
shall compare with the stainbud ot excellence
ujob winch vour committee haa fixed.
Upon the m^t rritical examinatk
> adopt as the “AMERI-
»le presented to us by
± Co.. New York.
hL NEWELL. Chairman.
N. M. SMITH.
P. G- SKINNER,
id dealer* desirous cf ha 1
by applying to
ios/o’/is LE ROY* a CO., New*York,
ANTI-FRICTION GIN GEAR.
“ T RUNS TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER than any other Gear made.
It ia made without a mortise, tenon, or a key to work loose. Every part bolted
to iron. Over twenty in use. All have proven good.
Is the mode of construction of wheels suspended on Anti-Friction Balls, Extended
Arm to carry the Pulley and Pinion Shafts.
All persons using or'making any part of my patent will be iwsccuted to ihe ex
tent of tbe law.
I BUILD AND REPAIR
ALL KINDS MACHINERY
AT NY WORKS.
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER.
STEAM, WATER AND GAS PIPES,
AND ALL THEIR FITTINGS FOR SALE.
Call and see at my works. Fourth street, near the Brown House, Macon, Gif-
«3T Send for Circulars.
SOUTUWMKR* Railroad Company,
Macon, Ga., July 4,1373.
N ami after Sunday, the 6th inat. Passenger
Trains on this Road will run as follows:
DAY EUFAULA PASSENGER TRAIN.
Xeave Macon .* .' &W a m
Arriv'd nt Eufaula 4; 10PM
Arrive at Clayton *k2Q P >i
Arrive Albany : 2:46 P 51
Arrive at Arlington....;. 0:00 r xr
Arrive at port Gaines 4:40 pai
Leave Clayton A M
Leave Eufaula. - ** A M
Leave Fort Gai.nes ..... 8:35 am
Leave Albany Ik*® A M
Arrive at 31neon C: ’-» p M
Connects with the Albany Train at Smithvillc,
and the Fort Gaines TY*in at Cutlibert daily, ex
cept Sunday. _ ... ... .. .
Albam Train connects d®uy with Atlantic ana
Gulf Riuln l Trains at Ad^ny,-. d will run to
Arlington oil Blakely Extcns. onMondaj.W.xines-
day and Friday, returning folkWing daj s.
COLUMBUS DAY PASSEXU'Ett TRAIN.
Leave Macon r «
Arrive nt Columbus 4 * yL
Leave Columbus p ^
Arrive at Macon 7:, ’ w p M
ECFAULA NIGHT FRErOITT AND ACCOMMODATION
Leave Macon P 51
Arrive nt Eufaula 12:10 P M
Arrive at Albany 7:57 A ^
Leave Eufaula 10:20 P X
Leave Albany 8:30 pm:
Arrive at Macon 10:30 A M
Trains will leave Macon and Eufaula on tho
schedule Sunday, Tuesday and Thurday nights,
and connect at Smitbville with Albany trains.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
OX MAOON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
Forty-one Miles Saved in Distance
cc, the trains on this Road will
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
Arrive at Angsuta j:L» p M
Arrive at Macon b:15 r m
J’assong-.-ra leaving Macon »* **• a m Inako
ckvse ii rtlnsis «t Camak with day passenger
Qn Georgia Railroad for Atlanta and all
iKiii. 1 -s West; also, for Augastn, with trains going
North,, and with trains for Charleston; also, for
Athens'- Washington, and all stations on the Geor
gia Rai (road.
Tickc ts sold and baggage checked to all points
North, both hy rail and by steamship* from
S. K. JOHNSTON, Sup’t.
CHAUG-E OF SCHEDULE.
WESTERN' -VND ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO.
Office GznnuL Passenger Agent,
Atlantic Ga., July 10,1873.
,N and after this date—
_ New York, Eastern and V irgima Cities,
Leaves Macon, by Macon A Vt ol
11:00 A >f
5:50 P XI
6:00 P M
Arrives at Atla
Arrives at Dal ton '"'mfS
Arrives at Chattanooga - 1.10 ax
Pullman Palace Drawing-Room and Skeping-
Cars by this train from Atlanta to Lynch burg and
all intermediate r»ointswiTnouT change.
Passengers kmring hv this train arrive in New
York the second afternoon, at 4:11 p ,
teen hours earlier than pa*.v;nircrs ny nii\ wner
route can with safety reach New ^orit.leaving the
DAY WESTERN EXPRESS.
Leaves Macon at — P M
Leaves Atlanta at
Arrives at Ctottanoog*^.. ■■■; wAO A f-
• Close connection at Cbottonoorr .or til points
West, _ _ . . .
Pullman Palace Car' on all night trams.
For further particulrs addrac -
POET ROYAL F ATLI, :±B'.
Office *>t knginefr
AN and after Mot
V Road will run a-
Will leave Augusta a
^Arrive at Port Royal
Arrive at Charleston
Arrive at Savannah.
; Jtne », 1879.
trains on tt>
LOUISIANA CANE SYRUP
50 BARRELS ON HAND
THIS IS NOW THE ONLY
: Royal i
Arrise at Augusta at..
• passenger train.
Will leave Au,
Arrive at Port R*y..l
Arrive at Charleston i
Arrive at S
Pure New Orleans Syrup Now in Market!
And none even to be had in New Orleans.
W e W ill Sell at Low Prices.
ROGERS ft BOHR.
Arrive at Angu
on Macon andj
un tiwui um
»n this mad fur Port Rx.
JAMES O. MOORE,
■ PLANTERS’ BANK,
FORT VALLEY, GA.
R ECEIVES Deposits, discounts Paper, buys and
(veils Exchange; also. Gold and Silver.
Collections made at all accessible points.
Interest paid on Deposits when made for a
Wat. J. Anderson, Pres’t. W. E. Brown. Cash’r
Wm. J. Anderson, Col. Hugh I.. Dennard
CoL Wm. Felton, Dr. W. A. Mathews,
Dr.M L. H. HoUinahea jdftI8t«