<HI?£ (§£jscgm mtb Jotmtal & Wna&anQitx*
The Heroic Engineer.
Written for th* Tel graph and Messenger. ,
lie wh more than a slinplociisfinecr,
Employed by the Central road;
More than a man who worked for wages,
And the bread on Ida humble board.
Qe was a man of lion heart, it matters not
Truth‘ will Inscribe It upon the hero's
page of fame. .
The cloir that a plumed chleflaln wins,
Who dips Ills flaming sword in gore,
And rides bis foaming cliargcr ou
Where muskets ring and cannons roar,
Is echoed and re-cliocd from hilltops far
and wide— r * s “"
Goes out with the ebb, and comes In with
the flow of tide.
But the man begrimed with engine smoke,
And his hands begrimed with grease,
Was nothing, at best, but an engineer;
lie teaii killed. Put him away in peace.
But let me tell you this: A martyr hag
gone to rest;
' A nobler heart than Ills ne'er throbbed in
The rattle of care, tbo roar of tho train,
The clatter of the iron steed,
Were the sounds he trained his ears to
And the music he most obeyed.
He followed its thunder through iife on
As for the life of his fellows he gave his
Never more will the hiss of driving steam,
Or the rumble of pond’rous wheel,
Fall upon the care of the engineer
Who died ou his charger of steel;
For the God of the brave sentinels the
night of his sleep,
And tak>-s charge o'er his slumbers,
n and d
and three times U ied to get iu, and each
time lie was shoved out by Mrs. Kennedy.
Finding that he was determined to get in,
she opened the front door, ran through the
yard, and was just going through the gate
when Vance snatched up a hoe lying in
in the yard, overtook her at the gate and
knocked her down. She implored mercy,
and told 1dm she would give him ail the
money she had if he wonld only spare her
life. He cursed her and said, “l’se been
wanting to kill you a long time,” aud at
that struck her two more blows, in at
tempting to avert which it is supposed her
hand was broken. Just then Julia came
up with another hoe and 807ercd her
When Kennedy returned about three
hours afterward, he found his wife lying
outside or the front gate, mutilated, cold
and stiiT, her bead almost severed, aud her
entire cranium cut open from car to ear.
leaving her brains scattered around on the;
A jury of inquest being bad, returned a
verdict of murder in the highest degree by
On Tuesday the colored boy Joe Barnes
was arrested, aud he showed so much con
fusion ou being questioned as to Ids where
abouts on Sunday, that only a few ques
tions served to bring out his full confes
sion, from which tlic above account is
taken, end the examination of Vance and
Julia elicited evidence showing that the?
were the murderers, marks of blood and
brains being found upon their clotliiug.'
The horrible character of the murder cre
ated intense indignation iu the neighbor
hood, and a crowd of 130 white men and
fifty colored men assembled to punish the
murderers. The negroes begged the whites
to permit them to take the prisoners aud
burn tliero alive. This was refused, but
a vote was taken whether they should be
jailed and await a court trial or be lynch
ed. Only twenty-three voted to await the
law, and it was determined to hang them
to the tree nearest the scene of the crime.
Halters were obtained and fastened to a
limb of the tree, a cart was placed un
der the limb, handkerchiefs being tied over
then- faces, the cart was pushed away, and
the trio were soon dangling in the air.
Their victim was enclerUe with twins, and
was near her confinement.
“I have been tiling Tutt’s Fills for Dys
pepsia, and find them thesiiest remedy I
ever tried. Up to that time everything 1
ate disagreed with me. I can now digest
any kind of food; never have a headache;
perform my duties as bookkeeper with
satisfaction, and have gained fifteen
pounds of solid Uesli. The value oi these
pills cannot be over-estimated.”—W. C-
Scliultze, Columbia, S. C.
Taking pills and
How n Laudloril In Donegal Re- ’ |ng with the eyes
vcngrsl Use aturder ot Ills Mew- J languid, gloomy, sour, with sour stomach,
He was not one of the men by fortune,
Who was blessed with a title of fame,
But the glory of bis life and his death
Has made him immortal in name.
And though no marble shaft be raised to
mark bis fate,
Ilis grave is grander than the grave of a
But the man begrimed with engine smoke,
And bis liamls begrimed with grease,
Was nothing at best but an engineer;
lie was killed ! Put him away in peace.
But let me tell you this: a martyr has goue
A nobler heart than his ne'er throbbed in
manhood’s breast! •—
EVICTING A WHOLE VILLAGE.
> potions is like shoot*
shut. When you are
h sour stomach,
nrd. pains In the body and limbs, yellow eyes,
ski it and tongue, a bad cough, dyspepsia,
diarrhoea, and other miscriesjake no doses
—use Dr. Flagg's Improved Liver aud
Stomach Pad and he cured. lw
Eminent Wilmcr Urinton, 51. D-,
Baltimore, writes: “I have used Golden’s
Liebig's Liquid Extract of Beef in my
practice. In consumption, debility, weak
ness, anemia, chlorosis, etc., it cannot be
surpassed.” Sold by all druggists and
Van Stone & Crosby, wholesale and re
tail druggists,Toledo, Ohio, says: We
bare sold large quantities oi the Excelsior
Kidney Pad, and have lieon surprised at
the unvarying satisfaction given by them.
Stop it nt Once.
If you are Bilious, have no Appetite,
oir. auair miucu wgnuu an a./a.c- ( Sore in the Joints and Limbs, Sour of
uient, aud the rent was paid in full. Sow, Stomach, Gloomy, V eary. Oppressed ill
to enable you to understand the signifi-i Chest and Stomach, your liver is out of
cance of the last paragraph, I will relate a »n\er* Use Dr. Flaggs Improved Liver
little story. Mr. Adair is a gentleman and Stomach Pad, and bo cured without
owning property iu several counties in Ire- medicine,
land. Just aud honorable iu liisdealings,
A Dublin correspondent of the SI.
James Gazelle says:
In the Daily Experts summary of news
there are two consecutive paragraphs well
worth noting togellicr:
“Land meetings were also held in vari
ous parts of the country, and hints were
tiirown outtiiatifthe prosecutions of the
Land League should end in imprisonment
the peasantry would resort to assassination
of landlords by way of reprisal.”
“Mr. J. G. Adair went oil Saturday from
Moiitmelliek, Queens county, to bis es
tate at Graigue, to collect bis rents. He
was accompanied by two armed consta
bles, and it is stated that other constables
were stationed at intervals along the
roads. The tenants demanded an abate
ment, whicli was refused, and then they
paid iu full.”
Mr. Adair refused to grant an abate-
and a keer man of business, he refuses
obedience to tlio wishes of the Land Will prove it or rorreit s-iuu. w outfit
‘ -- free K q IUdkout & Co., 218 Fulton
League. And that lie lias courage is well
known to bis tenants, who do not forget
under what circumstances lie evicted an
entire village. Iu 1858 Mr. Adair pur
chased the property of Glenveigb, a lonely
mountain tract in Donegal. Having re
stricted the liberty hitherto enjoyed by the
tenants or grazing their cattle aud sheep
over the mountains as commonage, dittl-
eulties arose. A Scotch sloward was ei
ther murdered or grievously wound
ed (I forget which) near the village
of Derry vcigb. T be people who did tbe
wrong were known, but, as is usual iu
such cases, no evidence was forthcoming.
Another steward, James Murray, was
found with sufficient hardihood to take
tlie place of the first, but be thought it ad
visable to carry’ a revolver. Ou the ui<
£55.00 Agent's Profit per Week.
Will prove it or forfeit $300. $1 outfit
street, Hew York.
ScPEiuon articles in universal request
are aln ays counterfeited, aud tire pirates
of trade, who pick up a living by depreda
ting upon the rights of others, are con
stantly trying to cheat tbe public by sub
stitutin';, imitating and falsifying Sim
mons’ Liver Regulator; but beware! take
none except under our copyrighted, en
graved label, with seal, signature, and
stamp of J. H. Zoilin & Co. lw
27<e Best llalr Dressing- in the World.
Burnett's Cocoaine allays irritation, re
moves all tendency to dandruff, invigor-
visable to carry a revolver. Outlie worn- atestbe action of the capillaries In tbe
5 SS te On highest degree, and has earned a deserved
found on tlic mountain, his brains dashed
out by a stone. Beside him was his re
volver, the stock broken upon bis skull.
One barrel was empty. Tlie bullet bad
s! ipped so far out or tbe next chamber that
it would not revolve. Mr. Adair visited tlie
spot with tlie resident magistrate. Near
the top oi the bare mountain could be seen
clearly marked in tbe peat, ou which no
heather grew, tlie tracks of two men who
had evidently approached Murray where
lie stood. Tbe whole story was written
on tbe mountain side. There was the
place where tlie tracks repeated them
selves—there the men stood while Murray
stuck his stick in tbe pest, where it was
round still standing. He had evidently
done so to free Ids right band, with which
lie took out liis pistol and fired one shot—
probably over their beads to frighten
them; possibly with erring aim at one or
other. Then, Ills weapon failing him, lie
turned and fled with great strides down
the mountaiii-sido. Step by step the tracks
could be clearly seen to tbe spot where
lie had slipped, and fell to rise no more.
Step by step could also be traced—tbe
booted pursuer on one side, the barefooted
on the otlic-—to tbe spot where they
broke his skull and battered bis brains out
as lie lay. But more than that; step by
step Mr. Adair followed these two tracks
until they mingled witli tbe footmarks in
tlie village of Derry veigli, and there aDd
then be declared that if within one month
tbe murderers of his steward were not
banded over to Justice lie would evict ev
ery man in tbe village and would not
leave one stone of it standing upon an
other. At this time tlie village was under
notice to quit, as a preliminary to
squaring their farms, which were
hitherto held in separate patches,
and reinstating eacli one as a
tenant on a consolidating holding. But
tlie threat was unavailing; tlie murderers
of James Murray dwelt safely in tlie val
ley. Possibly the people thought the threat
would never be carried out. But Mr. Ada 5 r
was as good as his word. On tbe 8th, l)th
and 10th of April, 1S01, every tenant in
Denyvelgh bad to leave tbe place and the
houses were levelled. Tills was, indeed,
a terrible act of retribution—so terrible
that nothing but extreme necessity could
justify IL But no steward was murdered
on the property-afterwards.
The South Carolina Lynching.
Cqaiu-rstox, November 12. — Tbe
Jfem ana Courier lias received tbe de
tails of tbo murder of Mrs. Kennedy, in
Clarendon county, and of the subsequent
lynching of tlie three murderers last Sun
day. Mr. Tiios. Kennedy, living near
Salem, intending to visit Charleston,
went over to Iris father’s bouse, a short
distance from bis own, to ask bis mother
to stay with wife during Ills absence.
Kennedy’s wife was formerly Miss Ada
Wright, of Darlington, and liad only been
married about a year. She was a young
lady of only about nineteen or twenty
years—intelligent, refined ami highly re
spected. Wliun her husband left she shut
tlie door and sat by the window to write a
letter to her mother. As she sat there slie
saw in the yard Joe Barnes, a colored boy
about sixteen \\»ars old, who hid been
employed by Kennedy tbe previous week.
This boy bad been induced by two negroes
living near by, Vance Branl*. ami bis sis
ter Julia, aged respectively eighteen and
fifteen, to bang around tbe premises and
when Kennedy left the place to give tlie
signal to Vance and Julia, wlio kept them
selves concealed in the thicket.
Tlie couple had beard of Mr. Kennedy’s
lutenliou to visit Charleston, aud think
ing that lie would have a good deal of
money la bis house, determined to break,
in and get iu Wh-ii Joe gave the signal,
Vance went immediately to tbe window
reputation for promoting the r and
preserving the beauty of the an Uair
Ladies dressing their hair elaborately fo
tbe evening will find that it imparts a
healthy natural gloss to the hair, and will
cause it to retain its shape for hours.
Burnett’s Flavoring Extracts arc used
and endorsed by tbe best Hotels, Confec
tioners and GrOcets throughout the coun
try. They are perfectly pure. if.
A Pastor Mod* Happy.
I have been greatly troubled with my
kidneys and liver for over twenty years,
and during that entire time I was never
free from pain. My medical bills were
enormous, and I visited both
tbe Hot and Whito Springs,
noted for tbe enrativo qualities of
tbe water. I am happy to say that I am
now a well man, and entirely as tbe re
sult or Warner’s Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. Not only this, but my little daugh
ter has been cured of St. Vitus' Dance by
Warner's Safe Nervine, which I always
keep in my family. With such glorious
results, I am only too glad to testify re
garding the remedies which have made
me so happy. Rev. P. F. Majikleic.
Coal Run Crossing, Arkansas.
To tbe Consumptive.
Wilbor’s Compound of Cod Liver Oil
and Lime, without possessing tbo very
nauseating flavor of tho article as hereto-
before used, is endowed by tbe phosphate
of lime with a healing property which
renders the oil doubly efbcacious. Remark
able testimonials of its efficacy can be
shown to those who desire to see them.
Sold by A. B. Wtlbor, chemist, Boston,
and all druggists. lw
When you visit or leave new York
city, top at the Grand Union Hot*], op
posite tbe Grand Central Depot. Euro
pean plan. Rooms reduced to $1.00 and
upwards. Restaurant unsurpassed at
moderate prices. Street cars, stages and
elevated railroad to all parts of the city
May lL-e.o.d., 1 vr. •_
•Tib autumn, ana tne reaves are cry
and rustle on tbe ground, and chi if
winds come whistling by with low and
pensive sound. To guard against cor ghs
and colds you should go to Lamar, Ran
kin A Lamar’s drug store and get a b /tie
of Coussen’s Honey of Tar. Prior Ac.
White’s Cream White Vermifuge a the
best worm killer. octl2tf
Dedii.itv iu adults is often caused by
worms. The change from childhood to
manhood is not sufficient to rid the system
of this awful plaguo. Slirlner’s Indian
Vermifuge will expel them and restore
health and a bright complexion. lw
Tbo \ oltaic Beit Company, Marshall
Michigan, will send their celebrated
Electro Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon
thirty days trial. Speedy cures guaran
teed. They mean what they say. Write
to them without delav. •«**”
A SURE CURE .'or all tlie ilisdisca'fir Wlikh it b recommended, end afaMf* perfectly eoji
In the hands of even the most inexperienced perns la ,
PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN KILLER
J» reeon nen-1~l l;t l-h-pletw, Mini*:*, -. ,v.• u-.-vr. ot Pulorte*. Wi.rt-fV.ps. end
Eantatioiu.Sarses In ITospltole—In short hrmrrerybody everywhere who ha« ever given It a trial.
IT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF FORTY YEARS’ TRIAL.
•braid have n place In every factory, roachlnc-rhort
. end mill, on every farm and plantation, and in every
..ready for immediate ire not only for accident.- cuts, bruises,rerss,etc.,but la
rare of sadden rieknras of nnv klrid. • -
r “ Is the well-tried and treated friend of aft who want
a rare and >»ft: medicine which can lie freely used
■■PHI t fear of harm and with certainty of relief.,
Its price brings it within the reach o' *11; nnd It will annually rave many times Us cost
in doctors’ bill*. For sale by all dxnggisu at 23c. 60c. and SI.00 nor boitle.
PERRY DAVIS A SDN. Propri -to-s. Prndrinncn. R. I.
■ i naa siuiiu I lit
rare of sadden sickness of nnv kind.
internally or externally wJtnout
$15 per ion cash
With cotton option.
KETCHUtf & CO., Agents for Georgia.
And Loial Agents throughout tbs Slate.
71 BiY STREET, FAY ANN AH. GA.
Bret as-rptable gift* to players »r rinsers w ill
be the following elegantly oound bcoki
a*-tn> one maJcd poat-iree. lor tbe pnee
ROBERT FRANZ'SrONG ALBUM.
GKMSOF UNCI,I'll BONG.
HOME CIKCLL’. three volumes.
PIANO AT HOME. 4 bind collection.
SIIUHKA OS I HAUL'S
0KBMBDE ACttKMS. I Volf.
GEMS OP TH B DANOfi.
CLUSTER OP GBM8.
8UN8111XE OP KO'O.
Each ot the above in Cloth f 8.50; Pine Gilt £3.(0.
BTUISNT’S LIFE I* SONG. *’.30.
CURIOSITIES OP MUSIC. £1 CO.
BKKTHOVKN. A Roi arec by <t*u. 3150.
UHXEliS AND ’ UXS8. Christmas OlT’g. - 1.S0
SULLIVAN’S VOCAL ALbUM. £1.50.
FAIRY PINCERS. For Piano. 31.50.
O. H. DITdOW k GO. 843 H'dway W.T
cures Absorption (V » turt «
Throat Dlscas s,
With iho Anti-Malaria.
Chills end Fever, Cy>
UvRfiV pepsin. Liver Com
plaint*, Kiili-.-y Afitoctlons, Neurol
gin, i'onatipntiou. Sick Head
nchc, Femnte Ctoamtelmta, Billons-
ness, Pnlpitnllou, rim* net IHninrinl
Diseases without medicine. No Dos-
lng~so inconvenience, and a positive cure.
Price, including Buttle Auu-h'.rlarii
Sent by mail to any add
DR- S. B- BARFIELD ’
No. Oil MnlborryHt.
Orncx Hops*-> a. m <o«t» m au U t
To all whotre sufTenng from tbe errors trd
ireiireretiocsuf joutn, nervous weakness, early
decay, 'os* of m»i Iwy-d. etc., i will tend a ree i e
that will cure you, FREE OP CBAUOB. This
great remedy was discovered by a misrionary in
South America. Send a teif-tiMressod envelope
to the Rtv. Joseph T. Inman. Station D, New
Ycrt City. anrlt-deoriawlr
IMPl'l NEW YKAlti
a Pt'liUPUi A IB MU31CA L ti IF 18 FOB
$125 PER BOTTLE.
A positive remedy for all Kid-
ley, Liver and Urinary Troubles
jf both male and female.
READ THE RECORD:
“it raved cry life.”— E. B. Lakeiy. Selma, Ata
“It is tbe remedy that will cure the many die*
earea peculiar to women.”—Mother's Msg,lint.
"It has pAltai severo tC9ts and wen endorse-
mecta from tome ot t*-e highest medical talent ia
tbe country > ew Y„rx Worid.
‘-No Remedy heretofore discovered can be beid
for on) moment in comparison with It.”—C. A..
Harvey, D.D., Washington, D.O.
This* great natural remedy ia for
3ale by all druggists in all parts of
-TRY IT AND TAKE NO OTHER —
. H. WARNEii & CCS
K()CHR‘TER. n y
‘stand Best 3WW^mr»^^
health can poriMrtaf edrt
arx> used^ao varied and perfect
no person or family should bo without them.
Cct some this day. - ■MB!
jiior Cough CBaaRttaraasDsI, safest and bret
. Corea by abcorptlpn. Aik druggist.
^SoUlyJre-.au. H,T>I:UUriMljr.Co.nocl».l«,N.r a d
Permanent relief for dyspepsia, sour
stomach, biliousness, and all diseases of a
disordered livwr can belutd by using Port-
aline, or Tabler’s Vegetable Liver Pow
der. Price 50c. White’s Cream White
Vermifuge is the best worm killer. For
tale by Lauiar. Rankin A Lamar. octl2ti
When lips receive a rosy flush,
And teeth become a dazzling white
Bem-aili the efforts of tbe brush,
When SOZODONT is used aright;
The mouth becomes swset, pure and
warm, • |
And tlic fresh breath an odorous charm.
lw * : '•» • ' i
Subdues Inflammation, acute and
Controls and Hemorrhages, Venous
SPRAINS. BURN8. SCALDS.BRUrSES,
ULCERS, OLD SORES, TOOTH
ACHE. HEADACHE, ASTHMA,
SORE THROAT, HOARSE
NESS. NEURALGIA, CA
TARRH, ETC., EtC.
Emma Abbott.—'“Valuable and benedolai.”
Heywood Smith, M.D..U.R. U. F., of Vrg-
lard.—-I h»vo used it with tnarlrd bsr.oDt
H. G. Preaton. M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.—“I
know of no remedy »o generally ureful.”
Arthur Guinnct*. M. D., F. R- O. 8., of Eng
land.—“1 havs prescribed Fend’* Extract with
cn at mrce-fi."
CAUTION.—Pond's Extract is sold only in
bottles with tbe name blown in gists.
It ii UM-fa to li e • tber artic.e* with our di
rection*. In«i»t on banrg Pond's Extract. Re
fuse all imitation* and substitute!.
8P iCI* L PREPARATIONS OF POND’S EX
TRACT COMBINED WITH THE PUREST
AND MOST DElICAIK F&K vtTMES
FOR. LAIHE8 BOUD'I ft.
PON DM EXTRACT.... 50o, tl.uu and $1.76
TOILET CREAM l.fO
LIP SALVE 25
TOILET SOAP (8 oskes) 60
OINTMENT — 61
O.YTABRH CUBE 75
INHALER (slats 60c) 1.00
NASAL SYRINGE 23
MEDICATED PAPER 25
FEMALE SYRINGE fl.tO
Orders amounting to (6 worth sent txprets
free on receipt ol money on t*,0. order.
Our new Pamphlet with history of ourPrep-
arat.ouaaiDtfrecoa application to
POND'S EXTRACT CO..
No. U W. lath Street, New York,
by all drutaitt*.oi elieodaw.v
Tlis Only Vegetable Compound
that- acts directly upou the Liver,
and cures Liver Complaints,J aun-
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos-
tiveness. Headache. It assists Di
gestion, Strengthens the System,
Rcgulatesthe Bowels,Purifies the
Blood. ABooksentfree. Address
Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway,N.Y
BOS SALE ZjV AI L DBUOaiSTD.
BEST OF ALIa?
IsarSsmecooPRono urns will kivc - mem*-
of eiqoisit** pleasure »nd improvement. Price*
specially rwAncad for holiday*. Good Reli-hie
Pianos *179. JJ07; Kimerb Pianos *250. *»76; Very
Res: Pia * *300. fS7S. All grade* ami P-leia
'rnm 'ourflrit clrs- instera. Sold on Fasy Terms.
Next best, and many
preferred, is an elegant
Parlor Organ, costing
from $38 to $100
7 stop Organs, $55.
9 stop Organs, $59.
15 stop Organs, $65.
*ub Has, and Uctavn Coupler.
Tlie Sew Mesicel Weeier
jifusic and Musician Cbmbineo.
Monthly.,!** already amount to 3 Out) lust
mo't slmp’c. r*rfert. i.u-tracU T o,
tiijoyabtoand amu ing antbmatic musical in
itrument in the world No telioa ■ and e pen
sive lessors require A child can play at alabt
all style* pi mn-ic upon an OrynheMe better
than iwo-iblnlaof the pUno player*. an pUv th*
a ase « uste after years of practise. A11 me rav
ing, labor savit g, money raving instrument.
Prices $10 $11 and $15.
Gall are. Violin*, Aooordeon*. Cornea,
Dina's, Flat**. Harmonist*, Z there, il-.eie
B-xee, Mnaio Folio*. Piano Cover-, Metabo-
phonee. Children’* Piano*, or a years anb-
icrii tlsa to the Soothers MaeicU Journal.
fend for catalogues
lMes & Bate >’ Samitem Music House
I respectfully call attention to my selected atcck
I buveaveiy nice selection of Toilet Articles
consisting tn part ot
TOILET EETB IN GLASS.
ODOR CASES, WORK HOKES,
EOaP AND COLOGNE CASES.
HANDKERCHIEF and GLOVE BOXES
VASES OF ALL KINDS.
FANCY COLOGNE and BXTRAOT BOITLBS
CASES w th COMBS, BRUSHES, Etc,,
and many other nice good* suitable for Christ-
maa Treat nts.
Will be glad to bare you call at my Store: to
trouble to *bow yon the good*, and if you with
to porcaae, think I can please you in beta good*
Hunt’s fmjHOTed Bel! Cologne
Old Wooden Drug Storei
Corner Second and Cherry Sts.
Bnlto., MU. “
iy address upon receipt of
it Depot, 02 <Jt-t-t;mu Nt.,
Sold by Druggists generally
bay note but l inirtf's TaU-tit Live*
nnil Nloumcb I’icU, other* are bulky,
bard and troublesome to wear.
John Ingalls, druggist,
Whrleaaleand Retail Agent, corner F.urthand
»,1 Y FARM in Houston county- 600 seres. StO
LM olosrrd; thirteen mile* aouth of Marou on
Factory road. Will sell stock, fanning ta ph-
mouts. corn, fodder, etc., ctiuuli to run the
place. Come and ste it.
W. P. P1MMOWP.
dcelMefwtw . Bvren. Ga.
A victim ot early imprudence, reusing nervous
debility, premature decry, etc . baring tried in
vain every known remedy, bat discovered a sim
ple mn\n> of seif-cure, w leh he will sent free to
h'a f. Ilo »•* ffo'-rs. address J. II. RKKVEH.
43 Gi-alhani.tract. New York. net!lend."lv
Good News Tor Tnsvclorr* to or frous
Royal Mail Steamers
Will perform the Wowing aervire during Win
ter season 1830-81: From K<IUUKH ot
Tuesday. November 18. und EVKRY ALTER.
NAT8TUR8UAY fnrLIVBRPOOL.via Queens
town. From RUbTflN every TflURSHAY for
LIVERPOOL via Londoreerry. Tl ia Line of
fer* superb Cabin arcomnodation, and manna
specially S3 tc kind treatment toRtevrsto Pas
sengers. Kates for Steerage and Intermediate
aslow at bv any Urst cisst Lice. For o-itaard
a- u Prepttd Ticket* apply to
HENRY B.RKEi, Cashier Lawton’* Back,
Agent at MaAin. Georgia,
o- to LBV8 A ALTiKN. General Pamenger Ag’ts
£07 ii o»dwav.No»York: 103 South StbBt, Phil
adelphia: S (Stale St. Bo.ion. covSS
GIANT mg SAW
ti warranted to ?awa . foot log la three snln-
astea,aud mere cord wood or log* of anyalse Iu a
Slay than two naess can chop or raw the old way.
Every Farmer aud Lumberman needs one.
AGENTS WANTED-CIreaUrnad term*Free.
' f AM I IT HIISFACTBtllO 68^
ITS Elat Street. SB
) M. Woolley
A'Ucta. Ga. Reliable evi
dence given, and reference to
eared patients aud physicians
*end for my book on tin-
J. G. WEISZ, M M
jpROFB8iOR of organ, piano, violin, guitar
wind Instrument!, harmony com "vlt:on and
ifenr>in’ Pir Novo ooiJ.t GK
O RDINARY'S Office. Jonea County. Goorgia,
November L 1480.—Where** Andrew J.
Stewart, administrator of estate Joseph O. Bar
bee deceased, applies to me for dlsmhtlon from
laid a ministration.
These are to cite and admonish all persons con
cerned to show cause at thia Court, ou the first
Monday in February next, if any they bare, why
d amission shall not bo granted to applicant.
Witneaa my band tlfiriallv,
nov* * B-ILAND T. a OS*. Ord Inary.
A GOOD BUSINESS:
T HE 8C4RROROUGH HOTEL property.
Haw! 1 uville, Ga.. comprising House of 24
rooms, kitcbe-i. atorehouie, large barn and two
acre, of land, ia offered for isle or rent. For far
ther information apply to
Hawkinarilte. Ga.Nov.*7th d80t •
Saw Mill for Sale.
TJEING desirous of closing out one of my raw
_D mills cn aoocnnt ot the arurcity of timber. 1
offer for sale the entire mill, coaslattng of one
rrty-horse power engine, boiler and flvturos,
raws, belts, c-rts tools, etc., and tn fact allne-
eeast'ie* for carrying on the raw mill besinets
I will sell tbe mill or any of tbe fixture* sc pa-
rmfco and will losul on cat*.
Anyone wishing to purchase a mill will do
well to correspond wish me. for l wish to tell
before neoember tsth, and will sell at a gre*
■ftcnfioe. i dd*eoi*
eels dim andawH *" W» ■
Mee ineofStockholde s.
CEXIB4L XILUOID AgD B4X11X0 COUPSHT,
Bxvxaain.Gx,. November 15, 1880.
rrtHB annual meeting of. the dtockh-Wers of
A this Company wiUtukeptace at the Bsuginx
House in Savanosb, on Wednesday, December
lttb, at 10 o’clock a. m.
Stockholder. aLd tneir famllie* will be passed
Irreoverthe Cjmpsni’j road to the meeting
from tbe lttb to tbe Ittb.und will be paaaed free
returning from the 15th to tbe 18tb, on preeenta-
tiu of tbe'r stock certiorate*to tbe eondneton.
notSd-Xw T. M. CUNNINGHAM,Cashier.
There Is no civilized nation in the
Western Hemisphere in which the utility
of llostetter’a Stomach Bitters as a tonic,'*
corrective, and anti-bi!lous medicine, is
not known aud appreciated. While it is
a medicine for all Masons and all
climates, it ia especially suited to the
oomplaints generated by the weather,
being tlie purest and best vegetable stimu-
lant in the world.
For sale by drnggists and dealers, to
whom apply for Ilcstetter’s Almanac for
WHISKEBINE SrSS <
thews U-v f* grew em ft A HI ftwra mi ft*Ut 1
Notice to the Creditors of
the City of tfftcom
OFFICE OF THE CITY TREASURER,!
November l*. ISM. S
All parties holding rlaimt of any kind against
tba nty i f M«eon will find it to their interest to
pnarnt tbe same for payment, tr regLtraiton, at
nay c (Doc imitediitelf.
Thu notice la intended tc aupiy to tbe bolder*
of oien arcounfa. vtuebers, past doe bonds, past
due coop-nt or ludsmenta obtained on same, or
any other eialtaa which may be no* span agu'nlt
tba city ol Mae n. Any party homing then
claims will do well to pre-rut tbrm at ones, aa
any delay suay be damaging to their lute;rat.
no-to O. f ADAM* T’raaurar.
I will send post petdtorOn* Dollar ebuad-
~ a uojf Pair of
ra»e Coral Pin and Drops
refunded if re* satisfactory.
R.A- PALMEk. Manufacturer.
383 Broadway. Now Toik Oit*
It DRIV88 INTO theirstem curative agents
and healinx meuic r. i t
ItJIRAVrs FROM the dlfetted parti thi pot
tons that cause death.
Thousand. Testify to its Virtu
Yon Cin Relieved and Cnrc 1
Don’t despair unlit you hare tried this s-n.ibl
Easily Applied and RLDIOALLT EFFECTU!
bold b» Druggist*, ot lent by mall on receipt
price, #3, bv
lion* a Yenr,”
And all diseases of ’be Kidnejs. BIsdder and
Urinary urgan* by wearing tbo
Imuroved Fxcelsior Kidney Pad
It u a MARVEL ot HBALING anl RBL1BF.
Simple, Sensible, Direct
J' OTIRHtSS where kU else fail*. A
BMVibCriUV a d REVOLUTION in Medi
cine. Abrorutionr-direct HurUration. as cp-
p>t>rd to un*ati»fact>.-y iutoinal modhines. Bend
tt r Mir treatise on Kidney trouble*, eentfreo.
Sold by oraxglit*, or tent by tasU, on receipt o
itk for it and Williams B'ock.
This t* the onto Lottery ever voted on and en-
. doreed by the people of any State.
u over Haifa Million fiisirlbuied.
Louisiana State Lottery Oompaov.
This lutUutkm wa* regularly Inoorpor»i-d by
:ho Legislature oi the State for Edutat.oual and
JhartUMe purposes, in 1868, for the wnn ol
Swonty-aveyears, to which contract tht Inviola-
tie faith ol the State ia pledged .w! it It pledge ha.
•teen renewed by a.l overwheitairtg pop.Uar rot*s
securing its iraHchiso in the new constitution
aooptrd Deo-mbor 2. 7879. with a Capitr? of
*1.000J»0, to wbleb it has since atided a reserve
fund &(_*350,000. ITS GUAND8INGLB NUM-
itttRDRAWiAUB will take piece monthly,
ft nevertcalotorp->*tect»a. Looks! tbs follow-
in. I>|stri button!
GRAND PR0M3NADE CONCERT,
Hurinr which will take place the
127th Grand Monthly
Ei'rsorJiiuj ^mi-iuoal Drawi^
AtXewOrlennisTuciwlsy, Dec.Id, 1880
Under tbo j>ur»oi,fcl lupcrrision aud cauaKO-
Gen. G. T. BEiURBOARD, of Lonlila&i, and
G»n. JUKA1.A. 8AHLT,of VirKinm.
Capital Prias, $100,000.
MuNotioo.—Titkets are Ten Dollar* Wily.
Helves, :6. F.iths, 32. Tenths, $1.
LIST OF FRIZES,
1 Oapit.l Prise ol
1 Grand Frfaaof
1 Grand Priznf
« > 53 ' 3 o „ rr E e HI ■§ i h X U
i?iaj > a iff rn «
T HIRTY da;(after date tbo legal advertising
in tbe HhertS's office will be done in tbe
Telegraph and Meatrnger for Cra*ford aunty.
R. M. BUND. Sberifl Crawford Co.
l'e:.S. 188t wim
O RDINARY’), UKF1CK JONKB CULSTY,
GKOKGI4. December 2, 18SO.—Whereat.
Tilhc Boherta h t app ied to me for dltmistkn
urn suapii.t >."t pci Mr. U. C. R berts.
TU.M.re the-efore to ci’oall p-r.oua oonne-n-
e<l t • show rau.e »t tbi> office o-> the first koti
day tn January nest why toe same skill not be
W tress mi band officially.
• — * - - •»<»• -‘Df
ROLAND t. RQ88, Crdlnary.
EX SeC V TOIL'S SALE.
B Y virtue of authority conferred upon u»
by the will oi William P. Mathews, late oi
Talbot rounty. Oeor.i*. we will sell ot tbe plete
ol holdiug public ut et u tbe citr of Macon, hilt,
county.i n tbe flutTuet-d-y in Jttnu ry next:
Tdrtt-two shire, cf tbe c*|i>al atock oitf-e
(iei.irx! Bni!?o«d t.t ii Banking C.m[j»ny o’ Omr
Filty .hares of ’*6 tliwestsm Htiirotd atock.
Bo d for tne purpo.e of distribution among th*
heirs of sa:d deceased: Terms e. .ah.
Jo8I.il B. PARKER.
Dec 1. IS’O.-wlw Ba cuto.a
Jogu. and IMoe*. Tk. OU.* inuf mow tzlaeiit M
Cr xrers in th' J’nile-e Vn.
PAVII> LAXDRETH 8QX8*Pptt-«"»
G B- RG!A. JuNF8 COUNTY.—Ttore will
be let ielore tbe court hi used xiria the
town of Clinton, during the legal hours ot nk
on the first Tuesday in January next, to the low
est bidder, a contract to build a bridge over
Khoal Creek, near H.J Marshal! a m l!, on Hie
present brid e sit* in ra’d county, according to
>- e folio *imr.(ecifiraticn.:
The bridge to be oue hundred feet long, with
side rallin<sot4s4mantling, three and eh.II
l-et above Ilx-r. wid'h t«»lve '*•' iictwern rail
ingv, tills a- c iln-pert rot lr-v than 1Ui12 fijo--
tug 2il-‘ plark. with dirt abutmrn a. Tb whole
attueture to b-oi first.cla.g t ew material.
Bond in double tbe urau-iiit ot<hs hid w th
two good and st Ire-1 securities will La r< qu red
fo-tberomp'etiinof t’eron r-«t b-. the ISibd-y
of February loiloainr, and to keep the br.d.c in
a goal and rare crossing ennauion fur vehielea i.|
all kinds for seven years (rem the day th; bridge
it turned over.
Tbe money will be paid cash oj finishing tbe
no.SCwtw County Judge done* County.
lkUKbld.uKAWFUt-D OU.NTT,—Will hr
sold bcfoie the c -uri bouse dtor in Knox-
lie. Ciawlord coun<y. Go .onthn firit Tue.day
in January next, the lollo* "~~
► onebULilrca a d twenty-xix,
ihit axVAttiH niaflirt nt f'ram.
2 Large Prists of
* Large Prize* of
10 Pr.a.s of
5 V*C0 60,000
Approiimslion Prircj:"**” ll0,M
100 Approximation Prises ot £-100 £10 000
iwi •• in.
11,279 Prize*, amounting to «6t2 too
Gen. G. T. BBAURBGARD. olL*.7Con>mis-
Gen. JUBALA.EARLY,ol Va. j aionera
Application for rates to rluba should only be
.do to the office ot the Company in New Or
Write for circular* or rand order* to
M. A. Drtuphlu
New Une-n*. La.
or rame person at
So. 319 Brondway, New York.
V. B — AUcorre-poudonon snuuld he with M.
A. llsuuhin si ab.ve. Iu all out* tbe TIC'K-
KVM tbemrelvea are sent, and i ever circulars
ofleiin; tenili sus < r am th ng else instead Any
one prepoaing tu ofier any thing else by circular
or ctnerwiae, on bla own behail or that of the
Comeauy.li a awtudler
GUIDE TO 8UCCE&8,
I* BY FARtbebor Bu«ire.tand Social Guide
andliana-nook ever oublLbed. Much the lat
est. It tells HOW TO HO EVERYTHING in
tbe belt way. How to be yonrosm lawyer. How
lode business rorreetly and tneoerafnl'y. How
to act in acri-ty and In .very part of life, and
contain, a gold mine it vailed information indis
pensable to ail el.se. for eon stint ref,renre.
AGUNTs WANTED for slloe spare time. To
know why tb a book of R8»L value and attrao
tiuu sella ) etter than sny oib-r. apulv fnr term,
to DOUGLASS BR(J8., Phdadelph a Fa., and
Best in the world. Lasts longer than anv other.
Always in good condition. Cure* sores, cots,
brui-es and corns. Coats but little mere than
tbe imitation,. Every package has the trade
be genuine ana I
mark. Call lor the gen
i take no other.
QT 7 7
I | | PO. VIOSkRY.
Free. Add raws
El A STIC TRUSS
lla. • Pwl Jiaww, hem >11 «tw
rwMom *f Ska My. akUt ikt
was tba Flaew. WUS IkkS
—■ h ENMmkdHenlAli^Urawae)*
layaaJalakt, aaAa laSbal can cTrt^a. Isis mtj, (aO^
aaAckasyu MkyaSI. CSwkaliw.
MCUWOI TBC88 CO, Cklcage. IU.
fTO ADVERTISER E.-Send Meta, for our
A i On page pamphlet, all abost N
rlisipg. Address OKO P. R )
10 Eprate It. N. T.
abost Newspaper Ad -
WELL A CO
JONES COUN • Y SHERIFF SALE.
nriLL be sold before the crurt boom doer in
v V tbe town of Clinton. Jum s county, during
the legal boars of sale, on tbo Drat Tueodey n
January neat. k.t No. Its. conttiirng two hun
dred arrea. more or less, adjoining tbe landa of
Jerry Lowe, 1 evt K'n low. and othosa. Levied
M aa the property ol Biefeard T. GiU-Ou to satis,
frail, te. lasoed Item the Superior Court of
Jooen oouLty *n furor of 71 win a* Jchn^m against
Richard T. Gi soa. Frope-ty poiDied nut br
I N aerordanee with an order o' the Court o’
Otdlua y of Bibb county, a ill be sold at tbe
Court Hou-aot said eouniy. on the first Toes
day In January 1ML betwren tbe usual
bears ol Hk tbe undivided one tail ot a pa-eel
at land In tberity of Mar on In .aid eountr. known
in A B. Baardman’e map m said nty a. part of
le« No «in square No. 1*. and b-ing that pert of
raid lot an wniob the hrirk building fronunc on
lieond |trMt tti
Berah A. Weed, tele of said county.
pay the debt* of dr <r»«d Terms rush.
Faaetttac a* wilt of deoaaeed.
The east halt of | ,
,2fl) situated in the seventh cistiirtof Craw,
lord emniy. oiiginaily Houston ooun'y; bcurded
on tbe north by tbe lands of J. R Dukes
nn the Wot east and wiulii by I he lands c,f
B. W. kaiidlopf. SaiJ lend sol-I ae the prvperlj
of th-tststunf W. R. Brown, deceased by vir
tu* of a d.-erco mads in tbe Superior court of
Bibb county, in the case cf W. tt. Brown, uec-
•utrr. vs. tmarda C. Brown at .1 gold lor Ui#
porpore o? carry ing out tbe provisions of tsid de
cree. Terms: one-third casb.o o third in three
months anl one t lrd‘n twelve mo th*, with
e:sht per cent interest. Pur.-hsrer retiring
bend for titles or o-rtificatn of |i-.irebate.
W. R. BBO'drN", txecjtor
estefe W. B. Frown, dec'd, and com. in equity
G eorgia, bibbi.uln*wtrnu uuf.
fold Anderson, executor of tbe last will and
testament of Ssrah A. Weed. Isle o: said rounti
a Cleared, has iu»de application for leave to sell
*n undirjoed half intcreet of apis cel ol land in
the city of M-won know- R . K Koarumwn’i
map ol this city ol M«" M p '• of lornumlei
four, in squa-e niml- n Jbe. .h-part ou which
i* tlie brick uii' - tn <„-i .vcond »<r«t.
and i sad in |art ‘FM ,rt A Co. Li a Joj piint-
Ihesc-r. then' o to die ard admont-h all
pcrmiiic- tn. .0 bewr.d apticar at (he Court
of Ordinary oi ..ia county on the first Mondss
in December next, te snow ctut. if any they
hare, why g|ld application should not be grant
Wilmas my hard offidafir
mflot J A. McKANUa. Oidir.i ry.
I F not sold priv.tely. will be sold on the lint
Tuesday in Jai uary rext, in Cinton. Jones
Oiuntv.Geor ie.oaehuudrsd acre-ol land, mere
or 'eas. beioi-ging tothe estHlei f Wm. 8. Ml idle-
br-oks, deeea-a-, whereon W u. Ch id, no*
live*;bcundo-lhi W.T. wicdleb-ook-, w« Jtne
Ho Ut d and Win. ChUtlt; awd dwe’Iitg and
well water on ihn place. Sold for tbe purchase
monev of said la d. Terms cash. Thu Novem
ber 9, IkSO.
A. J MinDLBHROOK*.
W.T. MilJDl.KBR K.-KS,
G KOhQtA. Bill It COUNTY.— W here*. Wal
ter K. Holmes hat tu.de ol)plication for Ut
ter* of administration on tbs eita'e ot James T.
Holmes, late of tsid c untv deceased
Tht-kn are thernl re to ole and •dmoi i-h all
pe-nom c rr.cerurl to he and appe»r t thw Court
ofOhlinsry of raid county on tba first Mond v in
December rest to -how (»««•, if any they have,
wby said app'icstion abould not be granted
Said application will be heurd on Docemcet is,
Witr.ee* my band officially. *
norU d* J. A. McW ANTTU. fl^Hnary.
No. 1 Lot of Land lor Sole.
H T virtus cf an order from tbe Ci ort cf Ordi
nary ot Vawn county, will be sold to sht
highest bidder in the town of llmtoo. Joun
county, within toe legal boars of sale, lot ol la no
No. 16. in the tenth diutrut of orairsily Bald
win now Jon** county, and adj ining lands of J.
V. Hunt, Mr*. IA B- Hmi, John giawartetal,
on (be drat Tuesday In January, 1SU. tudlm
co< tain-ng one hundred and muety-sia acres,
m- reorlaas. The land lies imn *diafely on tbe
reran! survey of the Usocn and Brunswick rail*
rc d extentiou. Sold ior tbe purpoaa oi re nveat-
ing in other lap da.
a eclwtd* W.H.BBRSB Trustos.
Popular Monthly Drawing el tbe
Ctinmalib Oittrilitiei Ce„
AT XAOAULBY’B THHATRB,
Ia tbe City of Louisville, on
FfilDAY DEOEMBEE. 8ht.
These drawings occur arouthly (Sundays ev-
ceptec) under pr visioae of so Act of tbe Gwr eral
Arrembly of Kentucky. Incorporating Ike New
port Priming aud New*paper Co., approvid
April », 1871. •
Wft-Thlsis a tpecial Act, and has nev
•r bean reoealed.
The United Bute* ci-euh Court on March II
rendered the following decisions :
1st—That tbe Commonwealth Distribution
Company is legal.
M—Its drawings are fair,
Tba company bas now on baud, a )* -gr reserve
und. Ueml card lly tbe list of prises ior tbe
o Prises Ueuoh -
»6 Vrises 70 eae’-i u
• Priaas 300 eat t, ap’rauiroaS’c pruea..
• Pnaea *00 each do do
• Prise* 100 each do do
Whole Tteket* *2 Half Tmkate. IL 1 ** 0
27 T:akeu.*00. M TiekeSa, floe.
Remit tfocej or Bank Draft in Letter or swari
bv Vxureas. DON’T BEND BY UB81 T8RBD
LETTER OR P'fBT OFFICE URDER. Orders
cf »* and upwa d, by Exprea*. e>n bo sent at
Can -nr-Joereal BuikM-m. Leo mule
r au7 andMMBroedway.N. Y
A sent* nnd Cnnvaaaers ”
Maks from R25 le|M nr ufrartt selhag
h. DNEORN fa bLlily reor-rtne- rrk -9 walB
nntnrpsated for WEtE orP/UL l/iftRSEU
DHOP Y BHIGflfB DIBEA8K LCWit »
E.N’KKGY. NKRVODd DkBiLIiY )**■ sum
OtHTRUOTIONB arisii g Noui GliA XXia. am
i-L\DD«R DISKA8FB. Al-.i fi.r Y»>"2Jfc«P
FEVlfJt BLOOD and KlKSrV I’ftl-
in infectod malarial eecti. ur
•W-B.r the distillarion of a Forays rtraf wj*-
Ju'-Iper Rerrir* and !!>:'.-> Ms': * i L. *■ J mow
eed ^K’IINtOKV. eh:cb ait* ,.r,-:i-ei7r m
the Kidi.eya »iid Urinary Cigm .\n seteaih.
noil's in the Ha<ld-»r ard anr alfanv-sw. vsmsge
lU*, h-ator ir itMion in tic witrr uu>u<«kw*
ine them airenrth. vigor ar.de ourr * Jri
c-ilor and eas.' flow of u-ino It asn NeSaimcarag
all timer, tn -* l 11.mates, w-thout *i :.- i au>dks-
*yalero Unlike ary other pr,; -in,a .W Sure
n-y dilfircHI * it has a very pies w-.-aiUii
able t*s*e and (Isvor. 1: ovs:i i y.-> .
gretic n opertPs and will not *, *1-
~p*cj»llv will liteit, and Genii,e.-p vJtes-
Kl< NttUtN the a-st Kidiey Ton » , — — -
N'niCE.-Fteh hoi tie iv-ni * * he Mi
LdWRkbCR A MAKTiN also » ''r*aravsr*.
Govermrent Ftamp, which pei-r it* Kf'y'.TtCRQR
tube sold (eitkous lc i»r) hy triffikk, gvw
cers and other por-om r vi n wtiere.
Potumn Qiarterce BnitVs ter eTss».ia
and Family Um.
LAWKRNCR A MARTIN.Pio re, Ftmw,
Sold by all druggists, * oter,, n. -J . , '-e- ne-
The American Shoe Ga.
That It now to extensively warn an. t|
TO WEAR A3 LONG AS THE METAi* a
Which wo* introduced by them, awt by -it^
the above amount lias been sav-it tu tesree^sm-
r.ually. This BIsack Tip wall soser ft
more, aa besides being worn on tbe <emt
grade* It 1* worn on flate and euxety- aS*v,
where tbe Metal Tip on account cf >Va Job .
would not be used.
Tbey al 1 have our Trade Mark Aa ML T-ffiV
•tamped ou front of Tip.
Parent* should A8K FOR SHOES w*tat*
MILL &. FACTORY SUPPLIES C0F
ALL KINDS. BELTING. HOSE k*Eir
PACKING, OILS, PUMPS ALL lUttBL.
IRON PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS.
GOODS, STEAM GAUGES, ENfiBfiE
GOVERNORS, Ac. Send for Pr.c«-**I4.
W. H. DILLINGHAM A CO., 143 Mu&i
Street. LOUISVILLE, KY.
B£r tticn Oil* ] np«r. H
•>AJo*n*cr»,-n» t ere
•f Banjo**tv!«ui rfiicxH
~1*»r tlarijo M
ti iJ- u.sou at., ktta
; o -j.
Atonrwotk* on b-i ect-nih - beef 3HSb
GINE HADE for GINNING AND TllfcKivie-
INQ. Weguarinue it to .'.u . r i'kar.
the mil ufactoreia eay i» u. i -u tx.t
STATIONARY ENSlKaUS *
From 8 to 60 Horjo Powb ,
There is no Engine msdn rnpctior H> it, *
we have teaiimcciahs to- rrn;-*.. We reuu—
Saw and Grist Mill®
lhal give entire ta'itficPoo. Wo U »: :k»
WATERWHEELS hor^f. FO'TOBY
IMPROVED GIN GEiR. SU<3A3tBAK3
PAN’S AND IVArOBAKlMk ,
And (be li :(■_
Horizontal tiagar ^iiS
mtJe Alcb, IRON BMLT'.’O fnr era ode>
nee. eto. BatPTINI nUXlB, sg,
UKABINQ for*JI-»!i kit ds of mUltferh.
In f.ct. we keep evriytMra that t aw.
abcnteloamor water pjser or p.'vwscr®
work. Oir COTTOIU P'iRS8 i* Mco-nStcr:
note, being choip. simp's and -innH* ».
bni dredi. sill attest, ti cd for oi:s(i'ay»aK$"
prices before trying d’k-hI i » .IJ->w.
Jn'iii«iy B OtCCniTkBKi*
HOMES IN fl-ZMte
f • the title of a qgw I InatraleJ ’.'amnVsiS#*-
arri:tl*e of the coamry along ard tac
tile hue oithe
httmtiml atfl Gnat Kcilium
>nd rout$!ns m iwtl OOINTY iSi?
STATcJ. It ultorurliins Ine r.r«3JC4
f P*rac f> aud Hu.tcr»in f Zti+s
FkRvis for sue )h mi,
and tboss who will want Farm liana* IBeewsolff.
ye«r. A eipycf ikisbnfik sill ho mslltri Jb»ka-
tkost whs'esirerrliab’e ii-fumaiion sm»%'JS9e
at upon application by l*lti r or pj*tai rud k»
Ofneral Freight nnd
noviiw^m Kri’.'.t p *. 7>»a.
November 11. )8bC.~Retire ie !*Tff j$-yhb!
that Mm. N«not Chapman. V. * lip
niii, hn* ippli d to we (vr Yslot;^ tad nr
eruption of per* r »li* etr*l 1 v : ; ^ bafeL.
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novUwit HOI. a NUT. ROW
inphrl) liN mkY
ol nnt cured.
doubt thn uuertpu. f taral
p'lrrjiftD^ th«j nsrtf aspIV^.
wort pubitched bT
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or. MlLP PRKoRliVATIOX.
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kopftlrcd by the error* cf ycuib c«- tr i
too do»e application to ')u*i.u8j, n.ajr be :
ed arid ts»nbood rrt»i'.«J.
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lb* b»*lin th# Kr.»f‘»'b irfUKu*,*.*, vosfco’%
pbik j'.Rn of rroftt ex.er:nc.*, X* -m^
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dml vagea, moi tbftn v«tua>>>o $«
f or ftiNorm* of i»rc»ftiiiu«c t&*
v>M> yeoea of oitot *iv« **n i cuere *
eith rcf #hit b i« mot eh trn
of the (took. Found in Krcneb cloib, jLXAr
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Tb# Lufadon Lidwi »ajij "Vo *« nem »*>^i
bo wnb ui $bu ptIuh! lc book. T!.e
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6 re tilor pciUre.
T b«* r tiers be pcrroi»*ion to K« .
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icm! a •« riaifon.
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BjiKr, Mffts#. Tbe «u-
iht/r n a- r-o cocun’nd on
ftll dtftoftse# rtqui^iij^
•kill lad (xperieuofls
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irpreun-* to ik-c ul in hi-ie'iticu te) jtrtt
and eiiieif.l tb t h- his f:l'y criu.tr i-s»»»a
sa'.te r.f Jaeon e.hail
This i , tb ref re. to ci e al, -r* rsosws*.
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any ibev ran. why vneeiiir -houl< mpfo
d,wi aig-e) from hi. »aii cavnl- ikni|, aud-Wre
omve l-ts-rs of dUn Urinn. at •.•»-,* rowt <Wta
dinary tuk.orered o, in, t»' tiwedey te
uary IW. a d to by ins men c-yihaoiatR,
ot so n mouth.
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Oct A tteo-feu*
JONEt cOUMf rUEKIFW &MUI
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VY tbr sow* of Rlintoij. Jor.es •'Siut/.d^kte
tbe 1*3*1 boars of l-u Hu first Tbs-A-yJa
January neat, aatwn y e. res ul l.-d mere oxkmm
•djetetegtends ot K 1.. Ho lea-l or, llte s ia*HTi
.ad John Jura'I on tbe east a. d shodowexlawdke
of Vartka Heenst.n. lime' n aa tba-prenratea
ot G-e*«a W. Hs-rnd-e iu t.rrl, a ft. fadmH
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b’ekresMe. guard I «e, assimt Georgs temm
fkA F-wwrty imiotot out by de'e- daakemte.
MUee siren to him at teurnt iu pmwnataa.
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