CANTRELL & ANDREWS, Editors * Pbo’h.
Faikbuhn, Gkoroia, July 19, 1872
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pects discourage us; come what may,
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tion. We looked for it and we are
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complished lady or gentleman, who ex
amined for themselves would throw a
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and assist us.
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miserable wretches in human shape
who oppose everything, nqd everybody
that has even the appearance of right.
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them and would mitigate their misery,
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position, and the great financial crisis
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jsere each issue. We now ask eacli
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per ? Will any one turn their back
upon the paper and thereby be instru
mental in destroying the prospects of
ft good paper ?
The Presidential campaign is waxing
warmer and warmer everyday, and as
the battle has narrowed down to the
leadership of the two rival candidates,
Greeley and Grant, politicians, citizens
and sold ers are falling into ranks on
oue side or the other; and from what
\ve can gather from the public journals
ft seems that Greeley is gaining
This Presidential question should be
-viewed by all thinking men in a se
rious light, as the peace, tranquility,
happiness and prosperity of the peo
ple will in all probability be ejected
by its result.
If Giceley is successful and the prin
piples of his platform is carried out in
good faith one thousand office-holders,
many of whom are reported to he cor
rupt, will be hurled from office; tbe
gift receiving President will be hurled
from the Executive Chair; our country
will be relived of bayonet rule; down
trodden South Carolina wifi once more
It is well known that Greeley in by
gone days was an enemy to the South
on account of slavery; he strained ev
ery nerve to free the negro, and a
friend remarked a few days since
that he intended to vote for him that
j t e might strain every nerve to frpe the
whites. He now advocates universal
amnesty. The best proof of Greeley’s
being on the right line is to look around;
you see who is for him; who is for
Grant? Where is the intelligence?
One hundred and thirty-four citizens
of Fulton county, have filed their
claims agai st the fjntted States for
the recovery of the value of property,
alleged to have been taken, or furnish
ed ffir the use of the union armies.
.«► »- » ■«
The result of the election held in
Atlanta on the 13th in3t , for delegates
to the Convention on the 24th, is as
follows: Highest vote, Smith, 1,082;
highest vote, James, 890.
Hon. Linton Stephens, died at Spar
ta, Ga, on Sunday morniug the 14th
jnst., of congestion of the bowels
Synopsis of the Governor’s Dies*
The Governor very pleasantly intro
duces his message to the General As
sembly by speaking of the many im
portant matters to which it is bis duty
to call their attention
There was great confusion in nearly
every branch of the public affairs cf
our State, when ho entered upon the
duties of his office in January last.—
The finances were in the utmost disor
dor on account of the stock boards of
this country and Europe being flooded
with the spurious bonds sold by R. B
Bullock jn the pretended interest of the
State. The administration of justice
had been rendered ineffective by the
flagrant abuse of the pardoning power
and by the subordination of the civil
to military authority.
There must be much patient labor
used to extirpate the evils of the mis
rule of short duration, and invoke the
earnest co-operation of both Houses of
the Legislature in correcting these
abuses which still exist, although many
have been removed.
PUBLIC BEBT AN'D FINANCES.
He declines any extended remarks in
regard to the amount or number of
bonds, or to when tlroy may have been
transferred by R. B. Bullock until the
report of the joint committee of both
branches of the Legislature, appoint* and
at their last ression,submit their report,
which will be done during the session
of the General Assembly; butstrongly
urges the two great principles of legal
justice which has long been recognized
throughout the civil zed world, That
all persons doiug business with a public
agent like a Governor are bound to look
to the authority of such agents, as they
caqnot expeed legislative enactments;
and that when money lias been fraudu
lently brought into tbe Treasury of tbe
State it must be paid back, showing if
tbe State and bond-holders will look
well to these principles, there cau be
no need of litigation in thoir settle
lie furnishes the following tabular
statement of the indebtedness of the
State prior to the fourth day of July,
1868, showing the amounts and dates
of the bonds and when they fall due:
Wlien Issued. When | Amount,
1842 and 185 % 1872 I $ G50'500 00
1812 and lSlIi 18714 137,000 00
ISI4 and 1818 1874 | 251500 00
1853 187S 1 0.003 00
1859. 1879. 200.009 00
1800 1880 | 200,000 00
- ■ ■ ■ ■ ~ ii n i nnn no
186,6 1886 3,600,000 00
Grand Total.l $5,238,500 00
In obedience to an act of the legis
lature, the Governor has issued bonds
to tbe amount of §700,000,00, due in
twenty years,drawing interest at seven
per cent, payable semi-annually to
meet tbe payment es old bonds falling
due the present year.
By the same nufborify, he has bor
rowed two hundred thousand dollars
from the Bank of Commerce of Hew
York at seven per cent, due the Ist
day of December next; this sum was
borrowed to mact the payment of the
interest on old bonds falling due June,
July and August, 1872.
The Bank of Commerce has been
made the agent of the State to ex
change new bonds for old ones, where
the bond-holder will receive them in
lieu of tiie old ones, and when this can
not be effected, then the State will have
to pay the sem'-rnnuul interest on the
o,ld bonds as it falls dqe until she is
able to pay the principal.
The Governor urges promptness in
meeting these new obligations, that
the credit of the State may be preserv
He gives Hon. Charles J. Jenkins,
ex Governor, credit for being of groit
assistance to him in these financial ar
There will he another installment of
the interest on old bonds due January
and February next, whicn the State
will no doubt be able to meet without
ffhe strictest economy 7 mqst be prac
ticed in order to release the State of its
present indebtedness, and the people
of the burden of heavy taxation in tfie
impoverished State of the country pro
duced by the late evil war.
FLOATING IIEqT OF THE WESTERN AND ATLAN
The legislature is requested to ap
propriate money for the payment of
the floating debts against the Western
and Atlantic Railroqd. There was paid
out of the State Treasurer during the
year 1871 in this way, $453,039,92
There are many of these debts still
out standing against the State, some
of which have been audited by the
commissioners appointed by act of the
Legislature approved Oct. 24th, 1870.
There has been no executive war
rant drawn upon the State Treasurer
for the payment of these debts, be
cause the Legislature did not make
any appropriation therefor at its last
session, but appointed a committee to
investigate the legality of such claims,
and it was deemed more expedient to
await the report of the committee until
the further action of the Legislature
on these matters,
There is still out standing a large
amount of claims against the State in
the form of railroad change bills is
sued pievious to, and during the late
war, and the comts of Tennessee have
decided that these change bills are col.
lectable, principal and interest, and it is
therefore advisable to prevent litigation
for steps to he taken for the speedy set'
tlement of these claims.
LEASE OF THE WESTERN AND ATLANTIC RAIL
Sends copies all the paper of record
or on file in tin's department which
constitutes a full exemplification of the
In consequence of the committee ap
pointed at last session of the general
assembly to examine the entire trans
action, any'cominent would be prema
The magnitude of the_ subject and
the public interest demand of'the Leg
islature a thorough and impartial con
sideration of the subject in regard to
the rights, honor and dignity of the
State and those of the lessees.
The monthly installments for the
lease have been promptly paid.
Transmits the report of the State
The attempt to establish a system
of public schools in the State has so
far, failed. The failure was caused by
the extravagance of the authorities of
the State heretofore in power, and
from the heavy burden of taxation nec
essarily incurred by the people.
AGRICULTURAL LAND SCRIP.
The money derived to the State by
the sale of land appropriated by Con
gress to establish an agricultural and
mechanical colleges, has been placed
in the hand* of the Trustee of the Stqte
fjuiversity with instructions to estab
lish the college in connection with that
The act of Congress required this
college to he established before the
present session of the Legislature, and
it was deemed the best application
that ceuld be made of it under all ex
isting circumstances, as the State
would l ave lost the money altogether,
had it not been applied in some way
before tips date.
This institution is now in operation,
Urul 1 l.p Rnta nf SSQ ruo L - 1 —
ceived, with the additional sum of
§192,600 to he received hereafter.
By authority of law the Governor
has fanned out the convicts in tbo Peni
tentiary to Messrs. Giant, Alexander
& Cos , for the specified sum of fifty
five dollars per c-apitu per annum.—
Four hundred and thirty-two was the
aggregate when leased, and the num
her had increased on the first of this
month to four hundred and seventy
five, thirty-two having been released
by expiration of their terms.
This increase of convicts is not the
result of an increase of crime in our
country but that of a iq ire rigid en
forcement of tiie law, and a withdraw
al of the pardoning power.
There being no law prescribing any
way by which a lunatic convict cau be
taken from the lessees of convicts to
the lunatic asylum of the State, the
passage of such an act for that pur
pose, is most respectfully recommend
Transmits the reports of the com
mittee appointed to examine and inves
tigate the condition of this public
charity which is full, complete, and
contains all necessary information for
the General Assembly.
Recommends the passage of an act
appropriating means to furnish the
mairied soldiers of the Union and Con
federate armies with such limbs as may
have been lost in the late war.
Calls the attention of the Legisla
ture to the consideration of the proprie
ty of having the bodies of soldiers who
fell in the recent war buried.
It n;ay be that it is unnecessary to
call your attention to the correspond
ence which was recently had by this
department with the commandant of
the military foices of tire United States
stationed at this place, iq reference to
the interference in our local affairs by
armed Federal soldiery. Th 7 copies of
letters, herewith transmitted, will put
you in possession of all the facts con
nected with this unauthorized attempt
to set aside and supersede the authori
ty of the State. It is the earnest desire
of lire people of Georgia to preserve
good order, to put down crime in their
midst, to discharge all their duties,
public and private, in a peaceable man
ner, an-1 to maintain between the au
thorities of this State and of the United
States kind and pleasant relations.—
Such is my own fixed purpose as the
Governor of the State. Io is hoped,
however, that we have seen the last of
this kind of interference with our do
mestic affairs. There is neither reason
for it, or warrant of law, It is my
sworn duty, as Chief Magistrate of the
Commonwealth to uphold the laws, to
maintain good order within our bor
ders, and to protect the people in their
rights of person and property. To
discharge this high duty, the hegislas
turc lias clothed the Executive with
ample powers. There is not likely to
arise an emergency when the aid of the
Federal authorities will bo required,
and there can never occur a case in
which the voluntary and unauthorised
interference of the military forces of
the government can be necessary or
justifiable. And so long as I hold the
office with which the people have so
freely honored me, J shall protest
against such inteiference with all the
earnestness of outraged justice. The
people have no thought of offering any
kind of resistance to the enforcement
of the laws of the United States, but
they do protest, and will continue to
protest, against all illegal and unau
thorized attempts to trample under foot
tire great right of local self-govern
ment, whether such attempts be made
by the military forces or by the Ju
diciary of the Federal Government.
James M. Smith.
Facts about Rome.— Decidedly the
eternal city is improving rapidly. The
moiai Hint material changes which it
has undergone during the brief period
that has elapsed since it .became the
capital of Italy, are so striking as to
be observed by the most careless aßd
cursory observer. The pretence of ho
1 iness and reality of nastiness, which
Harthorne describes as equally omni
present, have both suffered a very per
ceptible diminution. The dark and
narrow streets hitherto in such a bad
state as to convert every promenade
into a penitential pilgrimage, are be
ing enlarged, provided with gas ipes
and repaved. Old Tiber, too, is to be
hemmed in by emhankments, and will
no longer be permitted to rise with its
yellow waves, and submerge the great
er part of the city as it has heretofore
so frequutly done. The improvement is
great morally. Tire spirit of the mass
is much more enlightened, and an in
creasing is manifested in the free dis
cussion of religious topics. And this
is a promising signjfor when the teach
ings of religion penetrate the minds of
(lie people, the work of education is
half done.— Ex.
A short Sermon.
“ Owe no man anything.”
Keep out of debt Avoid it as yon
would war, pestilence, and famine—
Hate it with a perfect hatred. Abhor
it with an entire abhorrence. Dig po
tatoes, break stones, peddle tin-ware,
do anything that is honest and useful,
rather than to run into debt- As you
value comfort and independence, keep
out of debt. As you value good diges
tion, a healthy appetite, a pl. cid tem
per, a smooth pillow, pleasant dreams
and happy wakenings, keep out of
Debt is the hardest of all taskmas
ters; the most cruel of all oppressors.
It is a millstone about the neck. It is
an incubus on the heart. It spreads
a cloud over the firmament of man’s be
ing. It furrows the forehead with pre
mature wrinkles; it plucks from the
eye its light; it drags all nobleness
and kindness out of the port and bear
ing of man. It takes all the soul out
of his laugh,and all stateliness and free
dom from his walk,
Come not under its acoursed domin
ion, nor ever be its slave.
‘‘Owe no man Anything. ”
Remember this.— Southern Goed
<"pHE subscriber is prepared to do all kinds
J- DITCHING, at short notice, that farmers
of this and adjoining counties may wish at the
following low figures:
2 feet ditch per rod, 25c
2i ” “ “ 35
8 “ “ ' 45
4 “ “ “ 60
Charges in the same proportion for all other
ditches. These are the prices when the hands
and myself are hoarded. All work warranted
to dry the land. For further information ad
dress the subscriber at Fairburn, Ga.
jyi!) 2m THOMAS BOMAR.
«T, n. 15LX35T0.4
• —DEALER IN
Cigars, and all
kinds of Confectioneries-
On the corner, next door to W. J,
James’. FAIRBURN, GA.
Ice lemonade always on hand.
O O T T O NT
and all kinds of
COUNTRY P O D U C E
Coil f ectio n e lies,
And General Merchandise.
E. K. THORNTON. U. P. HOI.LUMAN.
THORNTON & HOI.LEMAN,
Palmetto, - - • Georgia.
HAVE in store a well selected stock of
goods, with the advantages of having
bought their goods for oash, they cau assure
purchasers that prices will be as low as the
lowest. They respeot ully invite all persons
in need of any class of goods to call and ex
amine tbeir stock of
Roots and Shoes,
Crockery, Glass Ware
Notions and Millinery Goods,
They are, also, agents for A. L. Sc ov ill’s
family medicines, aud horse and cattle pow
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Disease H DR, Q, S. PRQPHITT’S II °
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Compounded iu strict accordance with
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ince sstantjj CELEBRATED II“ S e > b ee n
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ihe proess of waste and replenishment in the
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AT FAIRBURN, GEORGIA.
DR*. GOODMAN & CO.
HAVE opened a New Drug Store in the
Humphries’ building, under the Masonic
Hall. Come right here ts buy your
DRliGd, DYE STIFFS, PAINTS, OIL VARNISH
LAMPS, PETRO and KEROSINE OILS,
and every article usually kept in a Drug Store
We deal in pure Drugs, under the superiu
tendauce of an old Physician. If we sell you
any thing that is not genuine, return it aud
get your money.
We will keep a good stock of Patent Medi
cines, such as
Globe Flower, &
Come and see for yourselves.
Near Enon Church, )
Campbell county, Georgia, j
Da. J. Goodman : Dear Sir : You are ap
prised of the fact that my wife has been very
much alllicted for two years past, and 1 have
tried a great variety of medicines in her case,
and I am glad to inform yeu, that your Sarsapa
rilla Bitters and Vegetable Liver Pills, have
beneUtted her more than all other medicines
she has taken. Hoping that this may be of
some service to the sale and general circulation
of your valuable medicines, 1 take a pleasure
in submitting it to you.
Yours, very respectfully,
Faiiuukx, Campbell co.,Ga.,Feb. 22,’71.
We, the undersiguecl, having used iu eu
families Dr. John Goodman’s “ Vegetable Liv
er Pills,” do most cordially recommend them
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A. G! Hulsey, M. D.; J. Welch, R. C. Beavers,
Ordinary Campbell County; A. D, Staros,
B. A. Camp, U. A. Cantrell, Thomas W.
Latham, Attorney at Law; M. H. Wooddall,
Clerk Superior Court.
READ ! READ! 1 READ 1!!
Act! Act! Act as this mail did!
Near Fairborn, Campbell County, Ga.,
Dr. John Goodman: Dear Sir: My
health has been wretched for several years
and l have tried various remedies for
relief. I spent SSO last year for medi
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benefit. I have been taking your Veget
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for two months, and I feel like anew
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Atlanta, Ga April 10,
Dr . John Goodman: Dkai Fir: J ha
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R H R
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It restores and prevents the Hair from be
coming Gray, imparts a soft, glossy appearance,
removes Dandruff, is ciol aud refreshing to the
head, checks the Hair fr. tn falling off, and
restores it to a great extent when premature,
ly lost, prevents Headaches, cures alt humors,
cutoneous eruptions, and unnatural heat,—
ASA DRESSING FOR THE HAIR IT IS
THE BEST ARTICLE IN THE MARKET.
DR. G. SMITH , Patentee, Ayer, Mass.—
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Gloucester, Mass. The genuine is put up in a
pannel bottle, made expressly for it, with the
name of the article blown in the glass. ' Ask
your DruggiEt for Nature’s Hair Reestoha
tive, and take no other.
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Brothers for a ‘-Treatise on the Human Hair.”
The information it contains is worth
to any person.