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We have heard sensible men
I say that they had no interest in
snch an assertion literally. The
man who so speaks misrepresents
Jno^. HOHGBS, Editor and Publisher bimaelfi Qr he ^ yery m]a
r—ri 5———?—— —"— 1 I about the welfare of the country.
Pebby, Thubsday, Jastjabx 9. Every citizen should feel an
abiding interest in politics. We
polities. We are loth to accept democrats. Especially is this true
concerning the House -of Repre-
sentatiyes. Though a committee
r : :
The melon growers of South I d° uiean thst the interest should
Georgia will hold a convention at be so absorbing as to be hurtful to
Albany next Wednesday, the 15th i his private business, causing him
in si I to neglect it.
The democratic legislators of This year every state officer of
Kentucky have decided that Sen- Georgia will be elected, as well as
ator Blackburn shall succeed him- congressmen aid legislators.
ge ] f_ Then also the campaign for coun-
—— ty officers will begin and be 'prac-
Mb. Wiebub E. Kelsey, a prom- tically settled, wherever nomina-
inent lawyer of Cochran, and edi- are held> je order that theg0
tor of the Pulaski Becordor, died offices may bo fined by good and
suddenly last Thursday night. I competent men, the good citizens
A delegation of the Boston of the state must give close atten-
Merchants’ Association will attend tion to politics when the campaign
the .annual banquet of the Atlanta I opens. If two-thirds of our peo-
Chamber of Commerce, in Febru- pie pay no attention to politics,
ary next. I the selection and indorsement of
— _ candidates, then that work will be
The people of Georgia will show performed byjthe other one-third,
the world Hiis year that they bt® Let every one consider'carefully,
determined to continue earning the and then the choice will truly be
reward of merit in all the lines of the choice of the people. It need
business. ^ not be the first candidate who offers
Opposition to the policy of bur- ^ or an y given office should be cho-
dening the people with a protect- * en » n° r that any self-announced
ive tariff will continue to be the I candidate be selected. There is no
chief-plank in fie democratic plat-| rea *°n why the people themselves
form of principes. should not select a candidate—for
m tt 7T—— t t governor,—say, and by their per-
The Hatcher Iron Wagon facto-L uaaion canse him to enter the
ry at Macon, was destroyed by fire ~ This could be practiced in
* last Friday night. The loss amount. L^ ard to other 0 ffi 6eij with good
ed, to obout $30,000, covered by in- effeot It ia not likeIy that a ma _
suranoe to the amount of $20,000. | jority 0 f the people of Georgia
Hon. Wm. D. Kelly, of Penn- nrill unite upon any one man ^not
sylvania, the champion protection- an announced candidate, for any
ist, and the oldest congressman in office, but considerable numbers
service, is said t© be slowly dying might, and such a popular move-
with cancer, at Washington I ment would surely be beneft-
a ..r.rsidWA mi™, I
hu produced two turkey.
, f. . , , in „ , I parhsipate in the selection of the
oge er woig e ^p • candidates, and the eleotion of the
A buyer in the city of New. York No man should be nomi-
paid one dollar per pound for the orToted for nnlesg h . ia
fowls i ' tJi TUtcu i-Uiy UlUcoB HO IB
, , known to be honest and compe-
Thebe are many people who be- tent to properly fill the office for
lieve that “La Grippe” dobs not which he is a candidate. Let er-
materially differ from the usual ery citizen perform his duty to his
“colds” consequent upon contin- state and county, and we will have
ued damp weather, and sudden nope but worthy and competent
changes. men in office.
■ , , This must not be construed as a
The fame cometh on apace, when . . . „„„„„„
. , . ... reflection upon any man now hold-
.nnnmn knvmnvs Will OrtDin All ITT_ I a. »
The situation in congress • just
now is not at all satisfactory to the
Georgia farmers will again culti-1
vate the acquaintance of guano
■ J ( .
ing an office in Houston, or in the
sacks, to which are attached ** the I f tate government, forwedonotso
inspectors’ tags that are eminently in , ,,. , .
and peculiarly deceitful. We do not think, as some do,
, that there should be changes every
Hon. Caiyin Bbice, manager of |pw years, just for the sake of al-
the late democratic national cam-1 lowing some other citizens to reap
paign, is the leading candidate for J jjjg emoluments. The state con-
United States senator, from Ohio. I gtitution says ths governor shall
The democratic legislators will I not be eligible to a third term,
probably Battle that question to-1 Xhe other officers can be kept in
night, in caucus. | office as long as the people so de-
It is yet too early for the politi- clare tLoir ballot »’ We say
cal campaign in Georgia, yet we that officer » » hould b « tre * ted
are willing to say here and now, buslneBB ,men treat their em-
that Col. J. H. Blount would make I ployes, so long as they perform
most excellent governor of the their duties satisfactorily, and
Empire state of the South. There’s deport themselves properly, keep
nothing the matter with Blount. I jl©na in service. We would not
Col. b7d. L6cke, republican, I discharge one without fault, sim
has been appointed postmaster at ply to make room for another.
Macon, Ga., vice Hon. Thomas That is in opposition to correct
Hardeman, whose time haa ^- business principles. Our govern-
and is about as acceptable to the business principles,
people of that city as any republi- Every good citizen is surely in-
can who could * have been select- terested in the political affairs of
his state and county.
Guano inspeetpra should see to J Court of Ordinary.
.it this year that the tags belonging
to - each shipment should reach I The following business was
their destination at the same time, transacted in Houston Court of Or-
and on the same car, with the ^pr- dinary last Monday
tilizer. In several ’instances l§*t Mrs. G A Taylor was granted 12
year the tags were delayed a day months support from the estate of
or two. K Taylor.
: — C L Bateman, administrator of
A labqe number of men forci- the estate of K Taylor, was grant-
bly enterered the Harris oouuty I ed leave to sell realty,
jail at Hamilton, last Sunday E S Wellons, Clerk, was ajt-
night, and released two prisoners, pointed administratof of the estate
a negro, and Will Wallace, wh o Thomas Hardison, deceased.
was charged with «.= MUtMf
a negro. The sheriff is seeking I Q^ggj ga>
to recapture the prisoners and tb E M Fagan, guardian of the mi-
discover the identity of those who nors of Elbert Fagan, granted 12
released them. months support.
. L A Felder Itas appointed ad-
It requires a consid«i'able m ; m - a tT fl fnr de bonis noil of the es-
on rules has been appointed, no
rules to govern the proceedings of
the House have been reported,
much less"adopted. Therefore'the
very expansive general parliament-
« y rules are in force. Of course
ese operate to the advantage of
the republican majority, and to
the discomfiture of the democratic
minority. Parlime ntary tastics on
the part of the democrats will
avail nothing, as the Speaker can
overrule them at pleasure, and of
course he will be sustained by the
republican majority whenever the
democrats appeal from a decision.
So long as this condition affairs
continues, the democrats will be
absolutely at the mercy of Speaker
Beed and the republican majority.
This high-handed method is ac
counted for by the assertion that
the republicans are convinced that
the next House of Bepresentatives
will be democratic, and that they
must make their hay while the re
publican sun shines.
It is further said that the repub
licans have virtually agreed to re
port a tariff bill that will ’ retain
the protective feature uppermost
throughout the long schedule «f
imported articles. It is believed
that the tariff on jute will remain
aa it is, the doty on sugar re
moved, and a bounty gsanted su
gar makers, and that the revenue
tax on tobacco removed, or greatly
A# a whole, it is believed the
tariff bill will increase the revenue,
which will be disposed of by the
passage of the Blair bill, the bill
to refund the direct tax levied
daring the war, by increasing the
pension list and other such laws.
If the republicans so decide to
outrage justice, the democrats
can’t stop them now, but there will
be a reconing when eleetion time
comes again, as sure as faith.
Fruit Culture lu Georgi*^
The large sums of money real
ized last year from the sale of
Georgia fruits, especially peaches,
was calculated to give a new impe
tus to fruit culture in Georgia.
Houston doubtless steads at the
head of the list in this industry,
and will move still further ahead.
The following special to the Atlan
ta Constitution shows what new
'work is being done in ibis line in-
the vicinity of Marshalluills, The
bulk’of the fruit industry mention
ed is in Houston:
‘Marshallrifte and vicinity, which
is the center of one of the best cot
ton producing belts in Georgia, is
jVisfc now less concerned with this
‘wool which grows on trees,’ than
with fruit which grows thereon.
The substantial returns made the
last season by the Bumph3,Mbores,
Baldwins, Fredericks, Murphs and
others, has so stimulated this in
dustry that the large nursery * of
Mr. Samuel Bumph, of this place,
is taxed to supply the trees, though
his stock runs up into the millions.
Here is found the perfection of
peach soil, loamy surfaoe, with
Wagons of trees piled six or
eight feet high may be seen hauled
in every direction; every farmer
setting a few, while some are plant
ing more extensively. The Bumphs
and Moores will plant 150 or 200
acres, in addition to their already
extensive orchards, Murpk and
Baldwin will set 100' acres, the
Hon. W. H. Felton 10,000 trees,
Prof. J. W. Federick, 5,000 trees,
and so on. These tsees sell for
fifty dollars per thousand. The
cost for setting and fertlising and
cultivation is considerable, besides
the use of the land, for planting
We note*wd8i plea'sure the first
issue of the JqttSNAL for the new
year. -It comes to its many read
ers with a brand new- head, con
siderably enlarged, and decidedly
improved in every particular. We
greet the netr edition with much
pleasure, and with the new year
year may’it prove of pleasure and
prosperity to the editor, who has
labored So faithfully to servo and
give hia constituents a paper that
ranks among the leading demo
cratic papers or' our sunny land.
Christmas has passed, and many
sad as well as pleasant events have
passed with it. -Many a sad, bro
ken-hearted mother has been made
to mourn over the loss of her boy.
Georgia'was made to bow down
with grief over the death of that
noble and unselfish patriot, Henry
W. Grady. But such is life.
An English-King made his ad
vent in the family of Mr. K. M,
English last Saturday morning.-
He is a fine specimen of humani
ty, tipping the scale beam at 12
lbs. avordupois weight.
Messrs.. H. L. Allen and Arzy
Bighy spent Christmas week in
tlie'Lasid of Flowers by the sea.
They visited Brunswick, Jackson
ville, St. Augustine, and many oth
er points of interest, and returned
home captivated by the delightful
climate and the maJjy beautiful
sceneries of the home of the or
Mrs. O. A. Cliett, after a delight
ful visit of ten days to her sister,
Mrs. J. H. Cliett, has returned to
her home at Butler.
Mr. Zacb-.Hays has removed to
Ms plantation, one mile north of
Powersville, where he goes to en
gage in the pursuit of agrieuiture.
Mr. Hays is one of the best farm
ers in this section. He first makes
his farm self-sustaining, and then
makes cotton a surplus crop. Mr.
Warren English has taken Mr.
Hays’ place at Powersville, and
will run a mereastile business’ the
Messrs. J. H. M. Cliett and
Tommie Brown will set out an or
chard of choice peaches and straw
berries this season. Messrs. W.
E. Warren, Will Chunn and B. F.
Chunn have bought 1,000 Elberta
peach trees, and will put them out
ESPOF.TED BY JOSHUA LAWBEXCE.
Every one who hasjibgs to kill is
complaining of the unusual warm
weather. It was quite warm -last
Mr. J. Q. Ellis has killed about
-8,000 lbs. of meat up to last week,
and has been very successful,in
savingrit all. -In -fact, as far as
we can learn, no one around here
has lost any meat A.great many
unjoin ted their hams and should
ers, Snd by that means cored it
Mrs. J. F. Bragg had a sale last
Friday. Her father, Mr. Dennard,
was on hand, and assisted her in
the sale. Everything sold very
well, considering the short notice
given-. Mrs. Bragg leaves to-day
for Gordon, where she will make
her future home with jker father.
Mr. M. S. Means/ of Hickory
Grove, moved to the Bryant plan
tation last Friday. We are glad
to have Mr. Means as a neighbor
and a citizen of our little town,
After thirty years as railroad
agent at Powersville, Mr. W. E.
Warren has been removed, and a
new man takes his place. Mr.
W arren has always given entire
satisfaction with the people and
the railroad authorities. The
canse of his removal is that a tele--
grapli office has been established
at Powersville, and the railroad
utkorities send a man to take
charge of both positions. Mr.
Warren retires with a very flatter
ing compliment from the railroad
offioials. Not a crooked spot in
his recerd cf thirty years.
Miss Lizzie Bell, of Waynes
boro, spent two days of the past
week with her brother, Mr. N. L.
Allen, on ker^way to Cuthbert.
Miss Bell has many admirers
among the old as well as the young
people around Powersville,. who
were glad to see her pleasant face
Powersville will have the pleas
ure and honor of entertaining the
County Alliance on next Saturday,
at which time they will hold their
quarteily meeting here. Extensive
preparations are being made, and a
large crowd is expected.
We very much regretted to hear
of our brother fruit-grower, Capt.
J. B. James’, misfortune, and hope
he-will soon be up and able to be at
We have also heard that Mr.
Ed. Irby, of Perry, has rented the
lower part of the Brown planta
tion. We are more than glad to
have these gentlemen filling in the
East Hayneville road. This end
of the road was once the most
prosperous part of our town, and
we would be glad tb see prosperity
smile upon that end of the road
As we have never seen anything
in print regarding the acre of
corn Mr. S. E. Bivins had meas
ured on his place last fall, this
correspondent desires to note it
through the columns of this paper,
asiie was an eye-witness, and one
who helped to step, the acre of
land and measure the corn. Mr.
Bivins gathered 55 bushels of
corn from one acre. I have heard
old men,fifty or sixty years old, say
that fifty bushels of corn could
not be made on one acre of land
in Houston county. Bat Mr.
Bivins has about tv elve or fifteen
acres that has produced in the
neighborhood of fifty bushels per
acre for two or three years past.
He made enough on this piece of
land to feed six head of stock.
GATHEBED BY BEPOETEB.
Two car loads of-Western Horses
will be sold to the highest- bidder,
in ; TTnadilla Saturday, Jan.’11.
commencing promptly 'at 10 a. ‘in.
The horses are from three to six
years old and weigh from 700 to
900 pounds each, and arp bred
from Kentucky stock,-comprising^
saddle, horses, work horses, choice
mares, matched pairs, and good
business horses suitable for all
kinds of -Work, also a .number -of
fine young Horses ahd mares that
are unbroken. The terms of sale
will be cash and every horse sold
under a guarantee. This will be
a good chance to buy a- horse at
your own price, as the horses will
be sold without reserve. There
will be no postponement on ac
count of rain, as Mr.' McCafferty,
the owner, has other business that
requires his immediate attention,
and thf horses must be sold.
Money Loaned to Planters at-Lowest Bank Batcp.^-j
Jan. 2nd, 1880—3m.
TO BUILD A HOUSE
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
Mr. J. D. Lamar will doubtless
scoop in some of Uncle Sam’s coin
the present year, as it is almost cer
tain that he will fill the office of
purposes, is lost after three years, I eeusus taker. Some counties, we
4m nlnpprl ? arn ’ h W ent eH0 2.S h ^hitei'epuo
Btretck of the imagination for any U a t e faf James Davis, deceased.
■ one in Georgia to comprehend ]j A Mathews was appointed
that there ha* been anything like I guuardian o£ W J Anderson, non
snow within the last ten Jlays, yet compos mentis,
it is a fact that the greatest snow F. M. Stripling,^guardian minors
blockade ever known existed on Moses Stripling, discharged from
a railroad on the Siera Nevada that trust. j
Mountains last week and Mrs.Amanda ^•Havia appointed
- administratrix of the estate of Hr.
\ M. W. Havis, deceased.
Tbb Sub-Tropical Exposition J. N. Warren adm’i: T. Y. Buth-
opens at Jacksonville, Florida, to- erfor, deceased, discharged from
day, and will continue until the lat- the trust. - ,
ter part of April. Previous seasons Judge A. L. Miller was qualified
of this'exposition have been sue- as judge of the MWon eircuit •
eessfnl, affording pleasure and in- Hon. A. C. Biley was qualified
struotion to thousands of visitor*, as judge of the County Court.
It is the purpose of the managers —j —:—
to make the exposition this year Gen. E.-P. Alexandeb has been
superior to anything of the sort re-elected President of the Central
eyer before seen. Bailroad and Banking Company.
WW ~~ ... The board of directors remains'the
It is not unlikely that the alu-1 same , with the exception of three
ancemen of Georgia will have *er- m en, oneofwhom is Capt. E._ P.
eral words to say concerning who Howell, of the Atlanta Constitu-
will be the next ’ governor of the tion. • They are all southern men
sUte. Keither wifi th.y be .peech- ^b^er.1 otthem toe- W
less when the candidate* for the —-—
legislature are announced. We doj The. American officials at Con-
all of which shows the faith placed
in the peach as a money crop.
These trees, asually planted
twenty feet square, presenting pre
senting perfect avenues viewed in
any direction, when in luxuriant
foliage or bearing upon their bend
ing boughs the ‘blnsbing honors’
of fruitage, appeal not only to
man’s cupidity and appetite, but
also to his aesthetic nature.
There was shipped from here
last season 100 carloads of fruit,
some of it netting in New York
$1,200 per car, but it is estimated
that in three years, under favora
ble conditions, we would ship 1,
000 cars. Already the great com
mission merchants of New York
are cultivating this trade. It is
said the Georgia peach last season
rah out of the New York market
the California fruit. Hurrah for
licana to fill the offices required by
law, and where sueh is the case,
Cuffee will step in and laugh over
—Through the Home Joubxal,
Mr. TV illis F. Price, cotton factor,
Macon, Ga., notifies his patrons
that hereafter his charges - for
handling cotton will be 50 cents
per bale, a reduction of 50 cents
per bale. Mr. Price is a thorough
business man, knowing exactly
how to class cottoD, and how to
sell it to the best advantage.' His
service in-tbff past has been satis
factory to every patron. It will
be the same way in the future.
Bead his card.
Messrs. J. F. Benfroe and L. A.
Stubbs visited the Central City
Mr. John Permenter, who is
connected with the firm of Wood
& Bond, Macon, Ga., visited home
folks last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lewis spent
last Sunday with the family of Mr.
D. J. Permenter.
Mr. L. A. Stubbs has the brag oat
patch of this community. He
gathered from his garden several
days ago turnips that measured
19V inches inches in circumfer
MisS Carrie Griffen, who is vis
ing friends at York, spent last
Sunday with Miss Mattie Permen
ter at Toy. She has many friends
here, and we .are always glad to
have here with ns.
Miss Johnnie Benfroe who is
one of Toy’s mo6t charming belless,
is visiting relatives at Cor-
Mrs. L. A. Hays iS very ill at this
Miss Lula Stubbs and Charlie
spent a few clays last week visiting
Miss Annie Pierce. Charlie was
delighted with his visit.
Everybody is waiting as patient
ly as possible for cold weather, so
that the Powersville big bog can be
killed. Some few killed hogs last
week, but I think they will have
short meat to eat.
Mr. J. E. Kemp leaves lo-day
for Dooly county, where he will
Jan. 6th, 1890.
For particulars, apply it)
JOHjY 71. HOD (FES, Agt
Perry Public Schools
The Spring Session of tiio Public
Schools of Perry will open on
MONDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1890,
and will continue for five and one-half
The Incidental Fee to he paid by the
pupils whose parents, guardians, or nat
ural protectors are residents of the town
of Perry, is 33.75.
The Tuition for the session for pupils
whose .parents, guardians, or natural
protectors do not reside in Perry, is 35.50
These surds must be paid cash to the
Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of
Education, or the child will not bo per
mitted to enter the schools.
Separate schools will be opened for
white and colored children.
Most excellent teachers have been en
gaged, and the instruction will be thor
ough and the discipline strict.
For any further information, address
either o 1 the undersigned.
li. N. Holtzclaw, pres. Board.
C. E. Gilbeist, Sec’y and Treas.
The memoirs of the late . Jeffer
son Davis, to be arranged by Mrs.
Davis and two competent gentle
men whom she has selected, will
be ready for publication within
the next three months.
-Our correspondents have near
ly all started oat well triih the new
year, and we trust we shall continue
to he supplied weekly with the cur
rent happenings throughout the
county. Nothing adds more to the
editor’s ability to issue a satisfre.-
tory local paper. Please, give us
the news promptly. .
not believe, however, that the alii- J stantinople gave a reception to Dr.
ance, as an organization, will en- Tatmage and hi* wife on the 8rd
dorse any candidate for office. ' iiwt.
—The Home Joubnal Job of
fice is fully prepared to do any i
kiud of .Commercial job work that
, . , may be needed. . All nicely uad-
The melon growers at each ahip- d ed, and at prices that will com
ping point are requested ■ to send witll nnv m ‘ tv .' Oall-end lnnl-
to be held at Albany next Wednes- et our samples and get our prices,
day. and you will Leave your orders.
It ts reported thafe&em Clark
son, Assistant Postmaster General,
wiil resign soon, for the purpose
of entering the newspaper busi
ness in Chieago.
Macon. Ga., July 20,1883.
I do not hesitate to prescribe
Brewer’s Lung Bestorer in all
Throat and Lung troubles, know
ing from actual experience that it
will permanently cure the disease
for which it is recommended,
will say that Brewer’s Lung Re
storer is the only patent nostrum
I have seen-fit to prescribe, and I
cheerfully recommend it to con
sumptives as a safe and certain
cure, when taken as directed.
Jno. G. Polhill, M. D.
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tS3 S3-' vsS’
WE DESIEE TO IMPRESS
Upon the Planters of Middle Georgia, that we shall continue to
, “HAMMER DOWN” prices on
and particularly’so to those who are eoninpeiled to purchase on time
The past season the “FARMERS’ALLIANCE” was entirely ig
nored by the merchants in Middle Georgia— we a’oue quoting them
We Sold to them at Exceedingly Low Prices.
In this way we have caused merchants of Ma'con, and all around
Macon, to abandon, to a large extent, the rninons lime prices formerly
We Expect to Kill Completely Ha
Old Time Prices
So, therefore, our OPEN BID to the Alliances or Middle Georgia
will be made known to them on application. If yonr local merchant
refuses to meet said terms, confer with us, and close your trade. The
above refers to
On FERTILIZERS we have a regular time price, which will be
lower than ever before sold at. We have purchased several thousand
tons of GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS and CHARLESTON
ACIDS; also, COTTON SEED MEAL, MILLER and LISTER’S
PTRE ANIMAL BONE FERTILIZERS, GERMAN KATNIT, Etc
RODGERS, WORSHAM &CO-,
420 and 422 Third Street, Macon, Ga.
<xJFLANDERS & COMPANY,!»
(Successors to FLANDERS BROTHERS,)
Poplar Street, Macon, Georgia.
We offer our services to our planting friend s nnj COT (O', ileaim
. Factors and Commission Merchant;
pledging personal care and };ro7nptne c s k a; : h: a -
CHARGES for handling COTTON Will bo
> our care.
Gts, Per Bale,
■where there are no acceptances or advances. This inch:tics storage and commis
sion fisst month. Bagging and Tics furnished at lowest prices.
Liberal Advances Made on Cotton in Store.
FLANDERS & .CO.
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