The Daily Gazette.
Uy yj'. C. McMlchael.
SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1884.
Our New Yorlt. Letter.
The business outlook is as yet very
poor. In comparison with forineryears
tliere is a dullness in the dry goods and
similar trades whose like has not been
experienced for years and in conse
quence the hotels that depend upon out
of town buyers for patronage also
suffer. Western and Southern floods
prolonged snow storms and heavy ice
formations have for the time being
almost paralysed trade. In agricultural
districts the fierceness of weather with
which March has installed itself has
been the cause of delaying farming
operations and thus everything is
bacK ward and spring trade will be
known barely in name. The retail
business is no better. Here it is barely
a week from the formal opening of
spring according to the calendar and
the stores barely show a trace of spring
goods. Of course sack unhappy beings as
are anuualy compelled to dive deep into
pockets to pay for the spring bonnets
of their wives will not weep over this
absence of temptation from store
windows but the tradesmen whose
money is invested cannot but look very
blue over the prospect.
The Apostle of sweetness and light
Matthew' Arnold has returned home,
enriched in experience and in wealth.
He came over to this country mainly
to make enough money to liquidate
certain liabilities which he had incur-
red. In this he more than succeeded,
for after paying off everything he will
have a snug balance to his credit. Will
become back to this country? Of
course he will. There is too much solid
meat and substance in this land, popu
lated with people always willing to run
after celebrities, ami willing to pay
them for having fame or notoriety,
Mr. Arnold has not made many friends
during his sojourn in this country. At
the literary clubs his puggishtiess has
rather repelled than attracted. In
society, his unconscious assumption of
superiority has frequently offended and
with good cause too. The only person
that took him up, or rather lnmg on to
him. was Mr. Andrew Carnegie a
Scottish-American iron founder of
vast wealth who dearly loves a literary
man and who would go far out of his
way and spend a great deal of money to
b considered a kind of Maecenas- He
resides at the Windsor Hotel and has
several times given receptions in
Mr. Arnold’s honor to which hundreds
of literary, artistic, financial and social
celebrities were invited but which few
accepted. Mr. Carnegie himself has
some literary pretensions for lie has
published a book entitled “ A Coaching
Trip Through Great Britain.” It is
remarkable silely for his strongly
developed family instincts, and for the
great respect and affection lie has
towards his mother. This is of course
greatly to his credit, but is not enough
to make a good b ook.
From the domain of philosophy to the
prize ring is a big jump but somehow
Mr. Arnold reminds me of the fact,
greatly to be rejoiced over that the
craze for pugilism is in a measure
dying out. Within the last few weeks
there have been several entertainments
and a few of them of a very high order
veiewedfivm the purely sporting
point which have practically fallen
dead. Now and then an encounter
with bare fists is arranged but tlie
combatants are always fourth or 'fifth
rate stars the stakes small the atten
dance purely -1 professional’ ” and the
The represontatives of the Chinese
Government in this section of the
country are at last awakening to the
fact that something muat he done to
save their honest and hard working
countrymen from the depradations of
the sharpers in their midst. “No one,
not a Mpngolian,’ ’ said an attache of the
Chinese consulate, ‘‘has an idea to
what an extent opium smoking and
gambling prevails in Mott aud Mul
berry Streets, which is the nucleus of
the UiTMese colony iuthis city. And
this plate isS"iyfested with sharpers ot
the worst and mvst dangerous dscription
Poor fellows who arrive from country
districts, where by dint of hard work
they have accumulated a little money
are at once taken in hand by swindlers
and villains of their own nationality
aud robbed uuhesitaliugly. I know of
one poor fellow who came on'here
from Belleville, N. Jsome weeks ago,
and who had saved a little over $1,C03,
by several years washing. He wanted
to go in business here. He was taken in
hand by a pretended friend who mad e
much of him, took him around ostens
ibly to show him opportunities for in
vestment, then persuaded him to smoke
a pipe of opium, and finally steered him
to a den where Fan-Tan, the Chinese
faro is played In a few hours the poor
fellow -had lost every dollar lie o wned
and found hiuiself in ihe street. He
came here, but we could do nothing for
him, as he was unable to identify the
place or the parties to whom he had
lost his money. We are now striving to
put an end to this wholesale robbery,
by issuing thousands of circulars, prin
ted in the Chinese language, which we
distribute wherever Chinamen are lo
cated, warning them against the . gam
bling devices of New Yoik, and urging
them to form a society, woose members
bind themselves not to yield to the
temptation of gambling. The society
lias just been formed here, and is of a
benevolent nature, its land assisting
members in distress or sickness and
pocuring employment for them when
out of work. A member who is found
guilty of gambling shall be fined thirty
dollars, ten dollars goes to|the informer.
With these fines we will torn a relief
fund, and the magnitude of the fine
will cause a man to think twice before
he will sit down to a gambling table,
particularly as he can be almost sure
that someone will inform against
A noteworthy event in the journ
listic world is the sale of the Commer
cial Advertiser to Mr. Parke Goodwin,
for ninny years identified with the
Evening Post. The purchase was uo
doubt made Mr. Goodwin on occount
of his two sons, both of whom are en
gaged in newspaper work, one as an
art critic, the other in the literary line.
The sale will no doubt bring over a
large clientage with him, at the same
time, the tone of the Commercial will
probably be so modified that it will
lose much of the sprightliness which
was characteristic of its pages during
the late Hugh Hastings, management,
and the glamor of which has not yet
faded. The real gainer by the sale will
undoubtedly be the Mail and Express,
which now combines the dignity, ful
ness of information and vigor of the
Post with the sprightlinejs of the Com
mercial and adds to it a newsiness and
an attention to all the details that make
up the history of a day, which neither
of them ever possessed. The Mail and
Expressis now by far .the best of the
evening papers in this city.
It. It. B.
This is the concentrated Blood Pur
ifier that saves time and money by its
use—because it cures Blood Poisons in
the quickest time on record. It cures
Scrofula in thirty days; the kidneys
relieved with one bottle; Hereditary
Taint of children removed with one
bottle; skin Diseases and Eruptions
cured with two bottles. Syphillis at all
stages cured under sixty days. Each,
bottle proves its wonderful valueb
Large bottles, §l. Druggists sell it.
$1 50 spent for Bonkocine will cure
any case of G. and G. within forty-eight
hours, without loss of time, change of
diet or any internal remedy.
Choice white corn is kept on hand all
the time by J. L. Kennedy.
Go to J. L. Kennedy to buy your fresh
meal water ground.
Shoes and hats are still being soltl
cheap by J. L- Kennedy.
Go to J. L. Kennedy and buy New
Orleans syrup cheap.
Shoes and hats are sold clieda by J. L
_A.ii Editors Tribute.
Theron P. Keator, Editor of Ft.
Wayne, Ind., “Gazette,’’ writes: “For
tlie past five years have always used Dr
King’s New Discovery, for coughs of
most severe character, as well as for
those of a milder type. It never fails
to effect a speedy cure. My friends to
whom I have reccommended it speak
of it in same high terms. Having been
cured by it of every cough I have bad
for five years, I consider it the only re
liable and sure cure for Coughs, Colds,
etc,” Call at J, W. Hightower’s drug
Store and get a free Trial bottle. Large
A limited supply of “Bancroft’a E x
tra Prolific,” at the warehouse of Staf
ford, Blalock & Cos. Warranted genuine
and pure. A. J. PHINAZEE.
Cow For Sale.
A fine four gallon milch cow, with
young calf for sale. Apply to
Coublik C oliU,atari'll, Consumption.
Ail Throat. Breast, and Lung Affections cu.ed
by the old-eatab ashed “SWAYNE’S WILD
CHERRY.” The first dose gives relief, and a
cure speedily follows. 2, Cts. or SI.OO, at Drug
Speigle has got the best lot
new Boots and Shoes in the town,
A1 the new colors in Jersey Jack
ets at Speigles—price before you buy.
Go to Speigles and buy some of the
new clotning lie is selling at cost,a hint
to the wise is enough.
Go to Speigles for Dress goods at New
York cost. Y'ou will lose money if you
don’t price them.
Go to Speigles and price Cashmeres
before you buy.
Sheriffs Sales for April 1884
Will c sold before tll6 court House door lo the j
town ot Zebuloil on the Ur.-a Tuesday In April
next between the usual hours of sale the follow -
ing property to wit. ... „
'ihe Life estate only of Defendant M. .J. Wells
in the south half of lot of land No !92, situated In
the First District of Pike county: said land being
In what is now known as Drivers District con
taining one hundred one and one fourth acres
more or less levied on as the property of M. J
Wells she being one of the defendants and In
possession of said property has been duly noti
fied !n writing. 90w4t$'27l>
Also at the same time and place tho North
west fourth of lot of land No ttfl lit the 3rd dis
trict of originally -Monroe now Pike county con.
tuinlng fifty acres more or less. less ten acres
oil of the south West corner of said fourth ot
said lot. Le.vldonns Ihe properly of Martha T
Tolun to satisfy a Justice court tl fa issued trom
the Mot.li district .M. in favor of E. L. Snider
against Martha T. and John M. Tolun. Proper
ty pointed out by K. T. Daniel plaintiffsattorney
and levy made and.l. M, Tolun tenant .In pos.
session nltitled In writing by J. O. Ford a lawfull
countable Id and for said n iunt,y. 137w4t541 ’.
Also ut the same time and place one uiidlvldi and.
one sixth Interest in the west half of lot no 195
and one undivided one sixth interest In lot no.
133 all In the elgth district ot originally Monroe
now Pike couuty. Levied on as the property of
Joslali Wood to satisfy a common law 11 fa Issued
from Pike Superior court In favor ot N. E. Win.
K, and John M. Wood against Josiah Wood. John
U, James It, and Sarah Wood teuauts in posses
sion notitled in writing. Property pointed out
by plaintiffs attorney. Ilthv4ts3.3o.
W. P. BUSSEY, Sheriff.
March silt 1884.
j V EORGIA—Bike County—To alftvliom It may
lx concern. E W Rose applies to me for let
ters of administration on the estate of Mrs
Martha E ltose, late ot said county, deceased,and
I will pass on the same at my office on the llrst
Monday in April next. W llncas my official sig
nature'February 35 th, ISS4.
li AUK y WELLS, Ordinary.
Parties due the estate of G. M. McDowell are
hereby iiotilled to make immediate settlement.
Those having accounts against the same will
present them.properly alteslcil,
J . M. McDowell admr.
Mlrs. ri. L. McDowell, aUIB x.
Notice to Mors and Creditors.
All persons having demands against the estate
of Mrs Elizabeth Stapleton, deceased, are hereby
notffied to render them In according to law, and
those Indebted make Immediate payment. This
January 33d, 1884.
A G HARRIS, Administrator,
Application will be made to the Secretary c:
State, for a charter for a liallroad to commence
at Columbus Ga, and run northeast through por
tions of Muscogee. Harris Talbot, Mcriweltner
Upson,Pike Spalding and Henry,the distance. as
neat’ as can now be ascertained Is 85 miles. '1 he
corporate name will be the Georgia Midland and
Hull Railroad company and with a capital stock
of jsuti,uoo.ouo Its affairs will if: managed by the
following directors for the first year.
J W. w’oolfolk.G. gui by Jordan, T E. Blanch
ard, W. E. Gray, of Columbus, Ga.
Clias, L. Davis, Warm springs, Ga.
State of Georgia—Pike County.
Superior Court, April Term ISSS.
Presiding his Honor S. \V. Harris Judge.
Zeua Dumas 1 Libel lor Divorce
ML Dumas ) Rule to perfect service.
It appearing to the court by the r, turn of the
Sheriff that the deft. M. L. Dumas does not re
side in this couaty;and it further appearing that
he does not reside in this state, It is on - motion
ot Counsel ordered that said (.efeudant appear
and answer at the next term of this cuui". else
that the case be considered in dluault and
the plaintiff allowed to proceed, and It was fur
ther o dered that tills Rule be published In; the
Bartlesville Gazette, once a month for four
months, before the next term of the court.
A true extract from the minutes. By the cour
S. W. HAUIUS, J. C. U. C. Presiding
€1 EORGIA—Pike county— To all whom it may
fconcern, fl N W Taylor, administrator of
the estate of Charles McKinley, deceased, hav
llled his petition for letters of dismission from
said estate, notice Is hereby given that I will
pass upon his application on ttie first Monday In
May next at my office, w itness my official sig
nature February 4tli, !SB4.
IIaHRY WELLS, Ordinary.
Georgia— pike county—To an whom i
may concern, T. E. Murphey applies to m
for letters of administration on the estate oe
Samuel Gardner deceased and I will pass upon
ills application on the llrst Monday in March
next at my office; witness my official signature
this January soth last
HARRY WELLS Ordinary
r\ EORGIA—Pike covnty—To all whom it nut
VT concern. Thomas W oochran applies to mu
for letters of administration, with the wilt an
nexed, on the estate of James Cauthen, lateio
said county, deceased, and 1 will pass upon his
application on the Hint Monday in March next
at my office. Witness my official signature this
January 3lst, 1884.
HARRY WELLS, Ordinary
Notice is hereby given that unless objections
are tiled in 1 Ills office on or before the llrst Tues
day In March next, an order will he passed to
open and make public the road commencing' at
Methodist, Church In Milner, running westward
ly, Intersecting the public road leading from
Martin’s mill to Griffin, near the residence of W
Also, to make the road beginning near tho res
idenco of Mrs. Mary A Yarbrough and running
south Intersecting tlie Griffin and HollonvUl
road at J D Yarbrough’s gin house a public road
Also, to make public a road beginning near J C
Irvin’s on tlie Z.-bulon F.at shoals road and
running north along tlie land lines, Intersecting
the public road near J J Milner’s In 9th district.
C. F. REDDING,
feb7 Cleric B. C. of it. R, Flke Cos
MU M a$J in.
Beloit, wis., July 31,1883.
National School supply Bureau:
Last April, being then In charge of a large pub
lic school, hut desi lng a position In some good
academy or college, I placed mj . name With
your Bureau, During the first part otihe
present month I received notice froni you of a
vacancy in such a place as I desired.
Putting myself In communication with the
party concerned l received the appointment. I
am well satisfied with the management of
the Bureau, and feel sure that it rills a use
ful and necessary place In our school economy.
You are at liberty to use my name it you wish.
EDWARD O FISKE,
Acad., Milwaukee, wls.
For application-form and circular, address:
National Supply Bureau, Chicago, til.
N. B. We want till kinds of Teach
ers for Schools and Families. Good
Agents and Private Correspondents.
YOUNC PJSEN TO LEARN
No charges unless situations are furnished.
For particulars, address with stamp,
Penna, and New Jersey Telegraph uo„ Main '.Of
fice 926 Chestnut street,Philadelphia Pa.. Branch
Office 606 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
J. S. POPE,
ATTORNEY AT LA W
PROMPT attention given to business In all the
courts. Criminal law a specality.
11. PtIRDUE, m. I).
/,’ AX,VESV IJ.L E, GE O R CIA
OFFICE J. W Hightower & Co’s Drugstore.
Kesldeoce on Thomaston Street.
DR. S "ST - iGKRAYT
Having located at Barnesvilie tenders his ser
vices to ho public. Office over T. B Lyon’s store
John M. McDowell, M. D.
BA RISES VILEE, GA.
nice over J W Hightower A Co’s drug store.
Is left at this drug store or his residence
m pi ly at t- mled to. *
DR. J. O. HOLLOWAY.
Tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens
of iiaruesville and surrounding country. Office
at Drug store,.!. W. Hightower & Cu. Kesldence
on Thomas ton street.. au fc>^
0. H- B. BLOODWOBTH,
Attorney - at - Lw y
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
Wm. S. YVlii baker,
A TTOli Nli Y AT LAW,
Will practice in the counties of the Flint Cir
eult and in the Supreme Court of the State.
J. A. HUNT,
A TTO li NEY AT LA H T ,
Will practice in the counties comprising Ibe
Flint Judicial circuit, and in the Supreme Courl
of tlie State. Office up-stairs in Bank Building.
S. N. Wo?d
AT 10li2f EY A i LA W.
Office, over T. B. Lyons store _ septlS-ly
Joseph, J. Rogers,
A TTOli RE Y A T L A IF
Respectfully tenders his services to tlie public
nsttriDg lirompt and Immediate atteiiiion to all
business In trusted to his cat e in State and Feder
al Courts. V.'"Collection and Criminal Law. spe
Charlton 0. Holmes,
ATTORNEY - AT - LA
Will practice in tlie courts comprising tbe
Flint Circuit. Collections a specialty. Office
over H P & E W Elder’s store, octPJ-
JUkl! Li: i-\
QjVjj'' ; Q 11 I O
C, 0 fcsfliiSSk
rctf'NEVt* OUTOF ORDER.
NEWHbhk iH gMACHM(s
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
sR ca g 0
ILL. MASS. GA
FOR SALE BY
11. S. Crutcher, Barnesvilie, Ga.
Tlio undersigned has a fine pasturage for cat
tle and will be pleased to take cattle to be quar
tered by the month. Ills pasture is well watered
and a large amount of It Is available for stock
to iced on. For further particular* call on,
Z. 11. Head.
Application will be made to the court of ordi
nary of Pike county Georgh, at the first regular
term after expiration of thirty days from tins no
tice lor leave to sell the following land belonging
to the estate J S Lavender deceased for the bene
fit of heirs and creditors of said deceased. The
land known as the Tate place containing 150
acres more or less and purl, of lot no. 5 and 6 In
in the eighth dlstflcr of Pike county and boun
ded nortii by 1,0 Holmes, east by Central Rail
road and south aud west by Mrs Oxford and
Mis Horne. This February 1884. 4t.
J S LAVENDER, Admr.
Tile undersigned la prepared to accommodate
the public with permanent or transient board.
He has also a livery and feed stable in connec
tion with the hotel. call and see me,
it. L. Alien
Savannah, Ga., Jan. 13,1583.
4 \N and after Sunday, Jan. 14,1883, passenger
IP trains on the central and Southwestern
Railroads and branches will run as follows:
UK Ah DOWN. BEAD OOWN
"NO. l. From Savannah. No. 61.
9:ou am Lv savannah Lv s:00 p m
4:16 p m Ar.. .... Augusta Ar 6:10 am
6:25 p in Ar Macon Ar 4:64 a m
11:30 p m Ar Atlanta . Ar 8:45 am
6:00 a m Ar Columbus Ar 1:40 p m
3:53 a m Ar Kufauia Ar 4:21 p m
4:16 a in Ar Albany Ar4:U5 p m
Ar MUledgeville.. ~ArlO:24am
Ar Eatomun .Ar 12:10 p m
' No 16." From Augusta No. 18.
9:ui) a m Lv Augusta Lv 11:00 p m
3:50 p m Ar Savannah Ar 7:00 a m
6:25 pin Ar Macon Ar . ....
li:2o p m Ar Atlanta Ar
6:05 a m Ar, Columbus Ar
2:53 a in Ar Eufaula Ar
4:16 a in Ar Albany Ar .
Ar Millodgeviiio Ar
Ar Eaton ton Ar
No. 4. From Macon No 62,
7:30 p m Lv ..Macon Lv 8:05 a m
7:00 a m Ar Savannah Ar 3:50 p m
6:10 a m Ar Augusta Ar4:ls p m
Ar MUledgeville Arlo:24am
Ar Eatonlon Ar 12:10 p m
“No. 1. From Vlaccin. No. ltll.
9:35 a m Lv Macon Lv 8:00 p m
4:21 p m Ar Eufaula Ar 2:53 a m
4:05 p m Ar Albany Ar 4:16 a m
NoTiff From Macon. No. 15.
9:oo a m Lv ... Macon Lv 9:35p m
i:4J pin Ar.. . Columbus Ar6:os a m
No7l From Macon. No. 3. No. 51.
8:0o ain Lv.... Macon Lv 7:oi) p ni..5:07 a m
12:25 pm Ar Atlanta .Ar 1i.20p m..s;4sam
No.‘io7 From~Macon" ” No. 27.
9:25 p m Lv Macon Lv ll;l)5 a m
10:lo p m Ar.. . . .Ferry Ar 11:50 a m
“No. 2. From Atiama. No. 4. No. 52,
2:40 p ill Lv. Atlanta Lv 9:30pm.. 4:16 am
6:55 pin Ar.. Macon Ar 6;00am.. 7:47am
2:63a m Ar..Eufaula Ar 4:21 um.. 4:2lpm
4:16 a m Ar.. Albany Ar 4:05 pm..4:05 pm
6:05 ain Ar. .Columbus Ar li4op m.. 1;40 p m
Ar..Milledgevllle Arlo!24am .loi24am
Ar. .Eatonton Ar 12:10 p m. .12:10 p m
G;loum Ar.. Augusta Ar 4:15 j> m..4;15p m
7:ou a -M Ar. .Savannah ai~ 3:50 pm 3:50 .na
No. 4. From Columbus. No. 16.
12:ouuoon Lv Columbus Lv 8:00 p m
6:10 pin Ar Macon Ar 4:05 a m
ll:2o p i,i Ar Atlanta Ar 8:45 a in
2:53 a m Al Eufa ula Ar 4:21 p m
4:16 a in Ar Albany ,AY 4105 pm
A r MUledgeville.... Ar 10:24 a m
Ar Eatonton Ar 12:10 p m
6:10 a m Ar Augusta Ar 4:lspm
7:00 am Ar savannah Ar 3;sopm
No. 2. From Eufaula. No. IC2
12:01 p m Lv Eufaula Lv 12:39 a m
4:u5 pin Ar Albany Ar 4; 16 am
6:35 p in Ar Macon Ar 7:87 a in
6:osam Ar Columbus Ar 1:40 pm
11:20 p ,n Ar Atlanta Ar 12:25 p m
Ar MUledgeville.. .Ar 10,24 p m
Ar Eatonton Ar 12,10 pm
6:10 a mAr Augusta Ar 4.15 pm
7:00 am Ar ..Sataunah Ar 3,60 p m
No. 18. From Albany. No. 100
12;ounooiiLv Albany Lv lo:40pm
4:21 pm Ar Eufaula Ar 2;63 am
6:35 p in Ar Macon Ar 7;37 am
C:os al> Ar Columbus Ar 1;40 pin
11:20 p m Ar Atlanta Arl2:2s;pin
Ar MUledgeville Ar 10,24 a m
Ar Eatonton -Ar 12:10 pm
6-10 am Ar Augusta Ar 4:15 pm
7:oo ami Ar ....Savannah Ar 3:50 p m
— No. 20 From Eatonton and MUledgeville.
2:15 p 111 Lv Eatonlon
3:58 p ni i.v MUledgeville
6 25 p ~1 Ar Macon
6:05 a ui Ar Columbus „...
12;53 a m Ar Eufaula
4:16 a iu Ar Albany
1:20 p m Ar Atlanta ........
6:iu a in Ar Augusta
7;00 a ill A r Savanuab
No. so. From Perry! No. 28 '
5;10 ain Lv Ferry Lv 2;50 p m
5!55 am Ar Macon Ar 3!35 p m
UPSON COUNTY BRANCH.
Arrives at Barnesvilie 9:30 a m
Leaves Barnesvilie 10:50 a m
Arrives Thomaston 12:00 m
Leaves Tliomaston 3:topm
Arrives Barnesvilie 4:2opm
Leaves Barnesvilie 6:10 p m
Arrives at Thomaston 6:40 p m
Leave BarnesvlUe 5.50 am
Arrive Atlanta 9.05 a m
Leave Atlanta 5.00 p in
Arrive Barnesvilie 7.35 p m
Local sleeping Cars on aH night trains between
Savannah and Augusta.and Savannah and Atlan
ta, and M.icon aud Albany.
pullmau Hotel sleeping Cars between Chicago
and Savannah, via Cincinnati, without change.
Pußman PaJuco Sleeping Cais between Louis
ville, Ky. and Jacksovllle. Fla., without change.
The MllledgevlHe and Eaton lon train runs dal
ly [except Monday) between Gordon and EatOn
tou. anti dally except Sunday between Eatonton
The Albany aDd Blakely train runs dally (ex
cept Sunday between Albany ami Blakely.
Eufaula train conuects at Cuuoert for Fort
Gains dally except Sunday.
The accommodation train between Macon and
Perry runs daly except Sunday.
The Albany Accommodation train runs daily
[except Souday)between smithville and Al
bany,and dally (except Sunday) from Albany to
At Savannah with Savannah, Florida and Wes
tern Railway, ft Augusta with . H lines to North
and East- Atlanta with Air Line and Kennesaw
Routes to all points NoitU East aud West.
Berth in Sleeping cars can be secured at SCH
RENIER’S 127 Congress street.
Geo. A. Whitehead, WILLIAM ROGERS,
Gen.Pass.Agt. Gen. Supt.C.li.lt., Savannah.
C. Shaw, W. b. SBELLMAN,
en. rrav. Agt. Snpt. S. w. It. R„ Macon
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