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TJJ. i~N AND h.1.l).
R'IIt'fSDAY, 6(+pitber : t i Is'
JTN O..S. Ith".;W(.yq , A:',ar.r," MEn"1.
IN 'rHE Geourgia Le'.i .h:ture thie
other (lay the '(solItioni 'etsurie'
Governor Colquitt received oniv six.
1):: jt:s E:.\iGF.Y is on his tvay (
the East to speak in New . Yoik. .lle
will Visit. Mttssacbusetts, but will say
tothing there. A tr'p to Europe and
a visit, to Gaaribal(I li are I: obiective
GEN,R.ut,L ('u.Ts ar.-ival in Si
F.aneisco on the 2011th was a lribIet.
ovatio,t. All 'classes t,' .)(d out to
welcome him, old Co.ti'(:e aies bei,t;e"
cotsnhlouous Iii the co. d-alil ' of i lieir
grce.ci.'g. The boomI is gel ug lively
Tum Su:>ir:ME CoU' h::' npoiute(.
II. W. Shan; Est:., of Ui'ion, Siate
Iepo;cr, to succeed the Jute J. S. C.
Itichardson. This is na adiirable
selection. Mr. .hatd is ai able law
yer. IIe will bear worthilv the man
tie of his predecc.no=..
TA.IM.1NY pr)poses to ar.di.ain all the
Demo(::atic Staie ticl:et .exept( the
gove="nor. If Clarkson Potter is elect
ed liertenant-governor i, will be
c!tinetd by the anti-'ilden 11n011 thitt
New York will be Democratic wihh
any other ctnida,e tln Tilde. in
The Cotton Case.
The Newvs and C'ou!rici" of the 23kd
instant says :
While the whole State sypath':.:e.s
with the merchants of Whit'isbor,;
their fight ahainst. the impo...it.ii ns of
the Charlotte, Colnmbia trd A'.i.ust a
Railroad Comnupany, the public c;tiulnot
fail to be struck with the ihnIpnriality
and wisdom of Jidgo Wallac'es (1e
cisiolt, not vithatantdin 1it is in It0,.
of the railhoad oil the part ieular point.
at isno, to wit.: Whethet" (et ci,lin
bales of cot ton were iunproperly clas
s)iled as ''bulky" goods instead of
"hcav.y" goods, and conse<iu'ntly
wrongf'll 11v charged freight, by ineas
uremei:nt ]ieni of by weighI. 'h
Straute reg,ulat in frrights liis the
charge to iteen cent.; per cubic fi,>t or
fifty cents per hunnlec pottnis. These
clrges are identiial vhen gu )Is
weigh thirty.p n po ls to the (tcub itcol
and it is ilul irresis.tible inilerence IIt'I
the Legi:imuri ileite(led< tmt g(oo(s
w eighiig lhess tluiun thi ty v (ptnmIs to
the cib ic l'o"t shI!ld I' clinrg' 1 by
ii1ast n,iesureme t , ( I I(.4s' nv'-ihiir:
miori"e Ib;tha Ilhith . shtonI l be - i:'-.c.I I)v
we.:stbt. 'T'e co(lon iin ui(".,iou onii.
weighled albuti liiIi'eei p"uncv to I.
cubic li )t anid lli s i I i.tl"ih ;c t e i. 1 ,v .
charged bI t:.-Inineni. The (on,iu
lont is liublishti( i,t lull inl mu(, e,.
t:(lin.1l ;it is et":i :t.i41 ("( i("-ti"ivic in
esiabili rh,ing" ih:lt I he teien' cuw ts tin'+r
the preeitt Stnites leutt no r-(ress i.'
the ca-se ill i,1ti(ion; utu that, o
c'Ourse, on2ly goeis ho s'o w t he :eess:
tv of ilrller Ie(gisi;iIliut,o (h p(e'nt
such innjust5. dIi.wr*imliia: ion ont( nt m.
of the railroad eorp o:at ions.
-We Imid inItendedC IC) 1nake( 1no com
meni ~s unu I le deis'oni reidter'etl byV
Judge Wallaec inihis lSca1e, but 10
leaivo the 1matteIr ini tl'e ha.is of' cotut
s01l before 1the Snpremie Cout onl thle
apipeal made(~ byv the~ mer('chien.s. As
the .News and C'ou ri.', however, has
commenlte1d uponi it. we d:o no0 'rooi
sider' it. hupr)~oper' to say1 a few wo. ts
-ini reply, ec.jil'y as nI flthnk 1Ihe
NAes aniud Co:w'iar has. too lease.ih
y iekled the po!i. We would. Ii i
have it ima):gided for aL iomfent. t ha
we intendI( any discouir.e.w to ,hni(ke
*Wallace, for whe~n, hot hi privae. .: a iud
otlicla 'lv, we camoriaii 121 o2 highies.
eteemn. Si'l ii n all dl elne qutes; ions
eVery one ja iable t) ere; and( in i b is
par1~tichar case, the m)e,-laa ni ', n h i mI
respeci, lbeneve that tho Judwge hat
erred in reveIdnig the deci,,ion o;
the i.ifce or* court. They iiw ve m'02
begun to glve ny the f1iht in the
courts and their idor is 110 war
dampened by this reversal of their
A ja.-y deelded for the lainitiflh on
aecharge by the tlial fut.c, that i f
they fo)und cotton to be a heavvyr il e
they shiotld :.ender a verdict for the
plai.)it'. fThe jury, by ils verdiet,
deeled inait the bales of coaon ship
Pod by the plihin(UIlhi (ere heavy arli
cles. Anz appeal was ta.tn to the
Circuit Court sohely onl the point of
Jaw that the trial jui'eek re:.ied to
iicarg that theU defeada.ut had~ the
legal right tinder their char ter 2o
classify goods, &c., as ''heavy art icles"
or "articles of meaCfsuremenCit," acco. dl
ing as said goods, &c., by their wei1,ht
or bulk first exhaaust thte carrO'
caaiyof their iteight cars. .As awe
aeacthe op)inion of the Circuit CouIrt
it does not dCidel the poin ont which
the appeal was made, as to thie right
.freight, but itdoes decide that cotton
of a te of toeasrement, thues re
versing the verdict of the juiry.
The point made by the defenud
ants, that since the exi -eme
charge for welghty articles is fl.tv
cents a hundred, and for aticles of
measurement fiflcen enmts a cubie foot.
the dividing lin is a cubic foot of th:r
-y LPounds weight, Is very plausible, but
density is the only dividing line be
twveen heavy articles and articles of'
mneasluemeont. Extra comipenIsation.
allowed by the ebarter for extra pre
mate. Dentse substanes are by na
ture mTor'e or less indestructible, arti
cles of mneasurem)enit more or he.ss
fagile. Weight is the p)rev'ailling idea
ni the.one; two complonlents enter' inito
ite oIlher. Whlch is theo mor0e easil )'
biandledi..ni ootton bale or' a late
glass o~1W-case? Yet by thiq "stand,
sizo ilo ]Road its lite rtt. to cl'3
equall' fi' boh), an1I ftir only the
tuatl Silc occupierd. itttt i lirag"i.
cV 'itr.s'' equally w'ith bulk into
arlic?es Of uraIstu"'emen(:1t h1ow Cant
the lhtu( asumlr, that bulk aloute is to
be tal.n int cons1ida 'aiiosl? Let, us
c;'(il 11me tt the chal 'c r says '- You
:nay cb:rge t up to seven and it hlalt'
(''- )". Moit for Is)(S)c100 io Oc n.'c'i
tt!( till 111(1','o-lal seven 11(1 at hi'l-ee iS
i)' all au'icle r'0(1e 1 ilc; extr'a ca'e.''
Tlls is at 1nosi reasonabl) iin1t'er, r;e:a
I1ion. ''Ihentl tho dlvidl 'r line be ('ln
bulk andi we:gh;}t woul be at cub)ie
'lot of ficeln poiids i1'la'd of ili; .v
po1und.:. Li', (I .See how thlo 1file1
l( ltni theory ths the cari fo the
Itoacd etrea stre(Ss I'.>on alIg Ihe
(!arry("Iii'. ; :)a ' i;v of (lie var;S as (lhe
bas is ofe(.,-IIInaIe. The wea c. i ) aact
ly of a car is 20.001 1ounds, 111( i10
cu:ic con;iis n1cas e( 1w'eted bylCal
1eaiy, 1:360 eubic f"ct. Now 2)1,111)
Poua(ds at 50 ('en;$ at llun(lredl give
$1()0.00 as the (ht( exlrtreo Ii nit of
eintlge by wcitrLt. 1ut 1350 eubic
feet. at 74 (ens a 1>l. ives $101.25.
Thu, the bulk ciai'e at owly 7.} ce;s
a fi1o gi ves at, little hImore 111a11 the
weighrifi char ;c at 50t) cents a l'un-lred,
leaving out (lhe enlt it e -i'd lhi'ge of'
74 cents fot' "t'1'a Iy." ''akinl'' that
into cinisiue1'atlloll, the 11(asu' ellare
Mior (llr do lel(s (lhe-' w1eit'hIt Char1ge.
I' (lie (1it'een putt id theorv gives tal1
excess of iesurevlleit chargo, cer
tuinly ithe thiriyr poutn1 theory ilnust. he
wrrong(. The Ihc(t is, these nit;u mialhe
mlatical calcul :ions anount, to little.
Figut'(s canu work out ablluSt anly
recsult, ifl) ropecrly lilidledl. h'116 (rue
basis is (he isge of the public and
(lie IRoal, 1111(1 we believe that Ilhis,
l'om the beginning un11il a year ago,
Iais nmade colton an11 arfitl0 of weight.
Again, it is lid that th, clmrter
ine,i'preIs it: elI'. For if Ilhe ,o:1
(im Itales i weighty al- iele by meas
le' nt' l it loses; and(1 it it estimndatr. i
bulky article by w'euih. I . also loses.
ilenlce its claSsicalatio lust hes righlt.
Yes, rigt;lt for the Rtoad. Blut how
aloutl the publie? inilce we have
1(iled . o discover inl lihe whole list
any substatnc having the exat dlen"ity
of 111hiii pounds (o the cubic ot,,
someb0odyV is bound to lose ('very lime)
an arlicle is shipped. .If' the lItoad
never lose thefli public must o1neys
Io c. A lontg settled principle of' hav%
is Ilhat (Ile interp relatioll of at doubt
Il charter 1111134 bo inl favor' of the
Publi1c and1 almin)SI. the co4'11ra,1On.
Is lhis cOlnidi' (lwih l withwhen V%erv
t' ilticaliOll is in It.l dut' of lite Ul1
1in' (':al- l at lots to fht'shipper? W\'l
lI1i,i1, t 10. The Road has never s idl
"Trclkey" to the people once. It otll!rs
(lheo1lwe 0'w l I ever'y t imte.
Yh'wsi E' nI-.1o'e'.Y 0:D ' nJhE 1111h1l
' hrV lnIie w4)11'. nor'-il de1" t.l In o ti'i -
[112 ech.i l I' '-it ICh 10 I f11 0 21na iore 112m.
Was111Inxteros,21. let' 1.-og'I111). 1Mn
gomer 25 illh211 111ir i lo vrso its,211 ' h( 1'
your correspond ''d exp e the
tilhe Iel bol in11 le Yotrk it1 could0
2. i.is ~ advan(nee CChall111 jit h 's will,1
lha 1n1 hida 2(taii K end w will v
411 uel im ' aontepiibl fohelleykow
w ht i he21t dayoiletl ionoes 1ar121m1
ato. d the tvhole ll ir,1.9 accordin t i
11;w,w15 l tooly2c4 tle.l to hep what he1(
j'0thks was e iin at any Tuaie, the
I nominatio of0( Al. T1h1) n by Iibe1WI eet
De01.n1111! iI Iht lonention.( dr1idge ilatr
says h.sOS niot just110s.nw taing anv ipeIyr
uty lbeiasno dub i All It. Gorm11
1) s21 desi)2us0 of g 'el'ing iC,; te j.ioi-d
301u1 1te4s 2 I Sen i l reardtos ,J'ilge
'tuhr s'l viewopes to he llhe 1of i'he11
42oll roh, il 1 is it'ring o kniowj
ui.metovr thewdfi .Iepublian plili-'
otnwoc s forv 11( ahc longl Itime beeng
a.c(1 e osin nuiona les, a~io e n wh ax
tht ive fom Nwi' Yorkl iesieiIarhols
11he) ame' opi o. 11. Kayellyt there
(1.s1e nhigtil m oeii inec pou s than~
that de M' ea l inevitably.e( aaie them.
1'11 this eao1 . he) 1IJIIsys, Ai'. 'Phehy
ain- and'a i~ohats heWould epect is to
massesi1021 CCS tak o inme int 0'. Kell's
GO. l0binso. lle ihat'( Ai. Kelly
sio, them1 ii as t h dispenser of14 .1/m'b
ofl'e 01'irotiage. Therethre as ' te poli.
Cgic,I au;td ni''esaithanl.v I2 remneks, w en
Iadr Ke4C~ll confestses hel heIiadvanel
(laiifhelion o is prd iei namoii
that1 aloilg llardnoprsp crm atia ali.
(l' ttiioli l them orth;w the u1jieir
voits u'way, ~ al they wo'ill malte hail
lto aol them1sei)lvs wihts ho PTtenad
A.o 1 o Ilo..es, where' G'h.ev may ex-e
11),oettomet io; Perhais, after ii llliIt
did nlotineed'r.; Kelly's aodminonl
Muha h1s folweould ayu,ic Ia ed no
tew $aiaiia Oils fICIl)omlu, dhl g1
deOente cin ihe ltJoen ciell ous" of las
I)adls thoghy t hatue toa Mar. Tia.
qaong:the could n t ail' reaiz
ca Goeno oino1ghMr jhM
andMr Robinsn wuld,reer te
-- The Rcales of justico ari f6r the
roig'h oi' the tras"aigressor.
--A Mrs. Potts in Canada hali;n jittt
ed coldl-handled smoothing iron. P1
~Even the bootblack says his btw
ness is brightening up.
-Now is the time to put up your
stove pipes and get your fall soot.
-The I'wyver may be a man, but he
Is a flee-minao all the sai.--Lanzpton..
-Cntlidltes inl this cottV don't
kiss people's babies; they got tie pco
ple'. i)abies' fathers drunk.
-C':-tls)roprictors moiUrnfully con
pi'l)1;ce 1ihe Cable disp)atehes statinr
that'fO.000 camels wore lost in the At
g thani war.
--"E.'Cver day brings Its ownl frials,"
Paid the coil rt clerk, as he wearily
closed the docket atud lighted his ultI
ma; cusaret te0
'l'O disintet a room where there are
snlol;ers, brinn: in a plate of boiled
enhbbasi0. While fthe eahbago remlaints,
Ithe smiell of nicot ine will not be no
Smokiig will not he allowed a. the
coiming great. walkIg match in New
York. That is to say, it will be a
match I hat. you cannot light a cigar at.
-Iloc. C.om. 17ull.
-Among he curiosities of the pa
te1t office at Washinbg'oin are the locks
ofh'i of all tle Presidents, from
Washington down to Pierce, inclusive,
safely inclosed inl a glass tao.
-Igoralnt. young mali to Professor
''yntall--"Proflessor, how is a man to
tell at nusln"oom Fromt a toadstool?"
l'rofes9or--"3y eatIng it.. I you livo,
It. is at mnushroon; if you die, it i8 a
-The editor Who sqluafShied a juicy
coekroach with the butt, end of his lead
pencil a111d aflerwards fbrget fullysucl:
ed ihe s-aie while wooing a coy ex pres
sion, suddenly found a word, but it
proved to be f(reign to (lie subject. un
--Tho proverh, "Time heals all
Ilings," has been pronounced a base
lie by fhe ol lady who laid away sev
eral j)iIrs of hose whilch leede1d ' hee
ing, and some nonths afteri )und them
worS (ihin ever, tle moths having
'What.", asks a wit,cI, is "fiercer
than (lie eve of it lighting animal at
bay ?" Well , we don't know what, utn
le.., maybe, it is the oter eye. Or-""
-hold up! we won't give i. ill) yet--is's
the auttaI ifself. Ask usanoi.her one.
- laur"/i ar(tfl. Hau'keyc.
-IlIon. Iforatio Seyllotr has ex
1res,Cd lie opinion that the only way
to save (he Delloeratic partv in tihe
ae o' New York now is for both
lichlinsoni and Kelly to withdraw while
sheir respective followers rally around
-_Mr. 'Ialnagtt says It is easier to
serve God when the wind blows from
the soutll hwest 11hani from the nort lheast.;
that Christians often altribute to their
Own depravihy what is due to the
wveat her, and hnt the devil neoverrides
on the west wind.
--The iPo."tloid Arg/us says (iat
1ahilne apent $2O.0O7 of his owli private
t I1tile 111111 $50.0O0 in lIepubiican
hinds o i"ar'v M:ine last Monday. At
(his rate, to c:'ry all the "(lobtful"
SIaies, the Ar/us thinks that. the whole
nai monal debt. wouldi't begin to elect
Jaines G. 11-ine President in 180.
-A wtriter- ini the Angl'ist lentle
mant's Mage'azino sav's ftal. it is true of
lnt ioine as of i Livid nals that a sneei' is
ahii.itiS. as Lun ipleiasanmt to bear as a blow,
an It liat lhe is not. sure iat Dickena's
"Atmet ie.un No;es" did niot do mnore to
e.strianuge for' ai Iimen thle I we cou ntr'Ies
thianti he Alaub:ama dflccult v.
-Th1'e Yoiiker's Gazel/e remarks (lint
thle unegro exodus remindli(s it.,of thie
so Vr ot'a W~esterni man was descr'ibintg
Sine advaninges to lie gainecd by' emigra
toig lo flint Counitry "I'' tell you, lill,
whleni [ went West [ hiadii't a r'ag on
I.iy bac(k, and1( no0w lii covered( with
-According to (lie Philadelphia pa
pei's Piinafori' has lost nione otf its popu1
I aiiy in ihat cliy. Air. l'rd pro'
dui-ed it at. his Br:oad Str'eet TIheatrie
Moniday evenli agbefore iLterowVded andtu
mn i his'I he enienice, and the priospcCt
is~ t hat If. w'll again have a long and
suet esstful run.
1:aw1 .n Iki'.bno)reL. lIn his s.peech op
io'uing Puiti sm1151, Louis Schihe
prVoved( hv sttistics fliat the3 oniiv 1 part
1'.'(n. 1 lat hiad plrogressed w as
wh'iere tore'ignters mlosi l set tled. Mr.
Seh-'ule also said ia t. 80,000 people dic
t:' ed lauws ao mlore ian 700,000 wtho
--St.de'ma Pasha "i .i:. lie 'Turukish Gell
eridi. is rgain r'epOr'ied to be deuad.
We leave ah-cod v bein thooled once by
Sa e.:man and will waha bit this time.
lHe i . v be,"olaing p Xho Sumii" ini 0 -dCr
t o .eu ,'or ha'niself C ivat the bovs wilt
s: ' orim ii. We b'dl Su le;ian a condi
ionl f.'ewellI, but prefer io await
contri mat ion of is demnise.
-icra/d: Just ice Fielhd, of the Su
premle Com-t, is se adily pr'e'ing~ for
wPtrd ns the D)emocratic (dark hioirse.
lIe is lich. David Dudlov Field Is
ploweui'ul- So is C.i us W.'Field, who
aboiut this tiime is an i-Tildeni. .Jus. ice
b ield is lar-ge, is somew hat bald, has
hair eningm a lit tle; and h's beard is
enly, Hie looks like a cross bei wveeni
Tfeinnysoni and a bass-relief of an old
-A 1Russinn batteryv command1er
hiaviiig sent horme b)y post uphw ati d1 o1'
ftwenty-flyo thiousandi dllars dut'in'r
the st i"'.flo witht Turkll,oy, wvassnspee
ed tha hi.i wteniih hiad been come bv *in
som d.hne wiay. it sulbsCeuenly
transpw~ed t hat thle oflli- had crue:: v
shu vied to deat Ih I he horses un ider his
care and p111hockel ed (11 1e monov a prwo
pr-ia.ed1.for t he purchaiis off their Io' age,
'omipelbin lie men unider imU to do
the wor'k of die poor br'utes.
-All who have exained cop)ies of
nePwspaper's printe d fi lly yearis ago
have nioted (ihe deatth of local news'In
tile cotu ims of' such papers. Bilu whent
we think a mloment and realIze that
the:-ee oi 1m owing mnachinies no01
steam maebinuey in those days, the
wVotder ait die absenlce of such news
cealses, and1( we speculate as to whietheri
t he'e wals anyV encoura'tgoment inijl pint
in a neowspapeCr flaty yeor's ago, anly
-ri. W. T. Lockwood, of' Leaven
worth, Knsas, slept assound1ly asj usu
alh one night r'ecentl y, but when, ac
corin(llg to custom, his dog Flora, a
politer, was sent in thi oimorning to
awake him, she found that heri master
had a bedfellow. Runbbing hey nose
over the sleeper's fihceshe aroused him,
and as soin as she-'could 'att-act hise at.
tenition, "POlnted'' to another part of
the bed, Mr. Look,wvood know some.
thlig . .wOs wrong, tind Iltlediately
,p,an ot wd a to look; through
i'attlesitake coolly c~ofldA yondrnh
-"""1)eVicker, at (hieago; is giving An
Qintirel >mtowciedy, cutit,ledl.';uar
-orgo rew has ainotho, %Ilii
ime aanu1ter. Iler httsbtutd's name.
Is itrice arrymore.
-MAlario Williams, lato 6t tlhe Col
ville Con>nuy, is playing Venus-at the
loyalty '1 heatro, London.
---Mrs. Lander, the actress) Is do.
voting herself to the education of two
adopted sons at Swamnpscott, Mass.
-The theatrical soason In New
York opens with attractions oflered by
ttVnty-eight placbs of anusotient.'
-Mrs. B. L. Davenport propl,oses to
establish schools of (Iramlatic .istruc
tion in New York and Philadelphia.
-Colorado rejoices in a Juvenile
Pinafore Companiy, made up of boys
and gihls born and bronght up in that
-Sol -Imitl Russell has again unit
ed his;forttnes wihit lie Ile1"gers, and
they are now-on the road with at first
-"Sariflcc" is the title of a now
play written by A. E. Lanetster and
U. Marguns, for Mrs. Bowers and
-Sarah Bernhardt has just spent
$1,400 for a dress. It must be re
membered, however, that Sarah has
no husband to buy clothes for.
-Emma Schif' has bold to M uagIe
Mitchell, a new play of her own call
ed "The Duchess," and the little stiar%
will make it- One of the main featuros
of the coming season.
--Wallac's company includes Miss
Boniface, Miss Pearl Evtingo Miss
Linda Dietz, Mne. Ponisi, Maurice
Barrymoro, John GIilbert, John
Brourhham, Leonard and W, Rt.
--"Wolfert's TBoost" was moderate
ly Ruccesstful Ill New York. It is the
work of Uco. Fawcett Rowo, and the
chief charicter, Ichabod Crane is sus
tained by John T. Raymond.
-Mary Anderson has had a pleas
ant time of it at. Long Branch, and re
turns to the stage as a rose. Among
.her. nw roicS is that of the Countess
in Sheridan Knowle's striking play of
-Lotta has iot been as great an
attraction in San Francisco as she and
her manager had expected. Cran
and lRobson in the "Comedy of Er
rors" ae expected to do woiidcrs.
Patnilie Markham still holds out.
-J. 11. llavcrly is managing a thea
'tre in Now York, one in Brooklyn
onie in Chicago, to say nothing of the
Mastodon Minstrels, the Juvenile
Pinatore (ompatny, the Colored Min
strels, and the Church Choir Compa
ny, all doing as well as can be ex
EDL'C:I T(1 .n IIuSI:AnTD.--Tle
m11O i 1s1e'lcte(d (atlldt we i1"h- siile
I 011mm iic) imla''ringe IhaI- has ever oc
curced in dilor county look pl.i, e at
t.ie residlelnce of A11i s. .Bac"tle is on last
F. idi.y ngin: ]y ihe Rev. J. U. Mur
ma.v, N1 r. .lohi Child ev, twenty-i le'e
.en rs o1f t;c, to N s. ];1' ilef, lil'tr
niue years of age, v iie of' i e lite
dau('3 liartleti, who.c deatih o 'curred
ibott i.ce nonihbs ago. Mr. Chil
1"* w\' s .aot ' )1l t wo'thy yo111g niilmn,
\Vh1t1 h.'s ior ;cr.cial yea'S past. 'oc(n an
il om lve ofM... a.r.e't. Alrs. TBir'
li. beig4 ii bd.v 0 con1i5~(C ale wee lih
ha s algreecd to LthIorong lyi ciilunate hier
ht1:ndc, and1( he is now I inl nacad.miuc
(I-. tiuderca Female College niad Afaic Ini
siiuic.--BiUer ( Ga.) IJcr'ald.
--Leonntine Nicollo the Frecnch wo
man who takes the prlize for vir'tuc
this year at the Academic, when her
mother' became a lunatic Lwenty ycar's
ago and was sent1 1o thle asylumi at. La
SaltpIetr'ier'e in or'dci' to be always with
anid to wvatch over her (t hough a young
gir'!), obtaied a situation as nur'se inl
the asylum, wihere she has ever since
remiiamied. Last year thie mlotherl died(,
buit the dlaughlter still remnainis devoted
to heri work. M. Jules Simon, in his
address, stated thant thriouigh thle devo
tion of' this young younil mrtyr' no
less than 500 insane imen'lmad reg'ained1
their senses and( their hli't v.
---"Phair'est Phlora," wi'ote an amor'
ouis youth, "phorever dlisiSS y'our
p)hlearls anmd phly with one wvhose pher
v'ent, p)hanIcy 1s phixed onl you alone.
Phriends, phamnily, phather'-phor'get
themil and1( only of the0 phelicity of the
phu11 inre I Phiew phelhlows are' so phas11
tidious as your Pherdinandl, so pheign
not p)honlilness if you pheel it not.
Phiorego, phlrohic, atn'l answerCi p)hinlly,
Philora. ''Oh, Pherdinand, y'ou
1)1o001" Was phanir Phlora's curt r'eply.
--Fred Douglass, the leading man of
the color'ed race in this counitr'y; do
livereud an address on the negiro .prob
1em at Saratoga a few days ngo, in the
course of' which he relfi:atec his oft
given advice to the iiegroes to let the
exoduLs alouq and( stick to tihe South.
This, it is to be observed, is the ad1Vice
which the negroes get from all the
more intelilgent mell of their own
OULrivrAT Ross.-Nothing adds so
muchl t.o the comnfgr't and beauty of
home as thle cuiltivetion of flowers.
Nor does anything add muoro to thei
beauty and comfort of man 01' woman,
thaun lie roses onl the cheeks of those
inl good health. Di'. Gilder's Liver
Pills will always impar't this roseate
linc If used hn timo. For sale by Dr.
W. E. Alken. t*19
--Two little boys thought it good
sport to p)lay in a gr'eat bin of gr'aini in
an elevator at Goshen, lId., but one0
(lay they did so whlen the grain was
being drawnl ofl' throngh an outlet un..
der'neath, and they were Irresistibly
pulled down and smothered to death.|
--They call theO Tammany igh~t iIn the
Syracuse, convetion. a bolt because it!
was made for the0 door.
Evxny MAN IsB OwN MOsKcIAN!-"What's
the good of,me buying a piano or an or
gan? I cani even play a jewshafrp, the' I
love hiusio rmity well. I 'wish to good.
ness somebody would invent an instru
ment that I could play." So say thous
auds of genuine music lovers, and at last
a musical genius hasi given them their
heart's desire.- This new musioal won
der, Thle Orguinette, Is no toy or hum
bug, but the most marvellous musical in
strument . of the age. It plays hymn1
tunes, quadlIlles, waltzes, o >oratio so- 1
leotonsi, or Popular sopig with perfect
aeeurney. .~ AUcd can p&yit. Hirs full,
sweet tone; dtir'able; ntlale to geo, out
6 Tnes10 exratunes 25 ets each.
Guaranteedl to give more s 'tisfaction
than any other instrument in the world
Money re1nmded after 5i days trial if
not satisf1hetory. Thousandsa already
sold and not oane returned. Local agents
wanted in every Southern city nd village.
For illustrated catalogne and full par
ticulars address ILuddn & Ilates ..
vm Ga,Manufacotgrer's Sole
ll0 O*tttatOcd from Vogotablo roluets,
Oohnbitning in thei tho M.,i&'o^or ~ay
Applo, which i roecognized by phyaiciano
as a substitute for calomol, posesnin' al
the _irtues ottatininerd, Without iti
AS ANi ANTI-ILIOUS
they are incomparablo. They a;1mu1ate
the TORPI.~ LIVl.tI, invicgorato tho.
5) vOUf 8YSTl1M nd ivo toni to
fooc di outioni and t.horough efSimilatioin
of food. I'hey exort a pov,erfil infl.inno
on the XIDL-E_Y_8_t3midc LI .T.t end
tLrounh t e,to orr..ms reoovo till i.npuri
ti%, th%s vitali.i; tto t,nraucvof th body
and causij _ healt,hy cond.ti ot_of c11
'hci3_have pio ertv.ilj;ndnlaro-m,tact
asapen) vpptiyoand aura o w2.-. e
miittng, _ntormittetL.Uyphoid .iforsz
and Fevet and Ague. Upon the he.i '
action of the I3toehn , i , , :OOs
wholly, the Iih 11 Ii c f t'b' 1-"mo n raio,
IS THEN AN
of the premsnt gener"atioen. I . : ti;th
Cur' of t.'is tt on ' .(t : ,: . i... '
have atined u.h -. ... , n.
arcomputas a., s.
the d j '-.AVC rt IA : .* t.". " :It
RCCOJU3,tn+ '.id n,t :'i t.. t,rt vI
NERVYOUS SYSTEM 13 DRAVCED,
THE BRAIN IS Nt'.lm l ,
AND THE DDY R06U3T.
.I.ng composed of the .jiicen of vlante
extracted by powerfutl chnmical nuon-.
Oiesl_and prepared iu a conecent:rtted
formllby are guaranteed free from
any thing that can injure the mont del
A noted chemis4 who has nnnlyzed them, says
t THERE IS aORE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
TUTT'S PILLS, THAN OAN BE FOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
We therefore nay to the iletet
*ry thlls Remedy fairly, it will not
harm you, you have nothing to
loee,butwill surely gain a Vigo..
rous Body, Pure Blood, Strong
Nerves and a Cheerful Mind.
Principal Ofnice, 35 Murry St., N. Y.
PRICE 20 CEI4TS.
Bold by Druggisis throughout the world.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ORA H1AIR on Wnresan changed to a G.oesr
BLAcK by a Binglo aplplitntion of this DrY. It im
parts a Aatural Color, aets Instantaioeously, and is
as 1Lrmless as spring water. bold by Druggists, or
etb opes on receiptd ui .
Offlco'31 Murray St., New York.
TAKE FRHIEND OF ALL I
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ve mec a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I sand for another box n pte
ithe house." it Yankephm
"Dr Holowy hs erodl my headache
'-1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera mrbus. The dlear little
thing got well in a day."
"My nausea of a .morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left."
''Send me two boxes; I wvant one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
''Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return wnail, for obiills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
those, b)ut want of space compels me to
FoR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is mast invaluabla. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates;
wil h the most scarebing elTtcts to the
veryv reot of evil.
P'ossesed of this remedy, every i n
nmay be own doctor. It may be 'nlhee,l
into the system, so as to reach anyv i1.
ternal comp jlaint~; by theso mec.nrs. emra" '
sores or uleers ini th'e thrmat stonw.h,
liver, spine or othier 'arts. It is :', itn.
fallible romiedy' for' haid l.'bad Froi -
!ontracted or' itiflj.ie, ja , .
IMrOuvTANT Cxergos...,.. ,ne ,.
les h sg at o 1. J. i y ; *'. :z' n
an i Un iment,. lloxesiit ~ nae~: .':,
the lar'go? sizes. iJi. VA .(.
JUYST AlRRED) one of the finest as..
sortmaents of Liquors in the Boaro. Oue
Barrel of Gibs;on's Celebrated Old No,ctr
18410; Tihreo Unrrels of tint' 01d )tyo Whtis
key: 1st. Old Imp)eriatl Cabinet WVhiskey,
9 years oldi; 2nd, also, the Mabel Bello, 9
ditte; 3rdl, Roanoke Rye, the oldest, 18
ilitto. Corn Whiskov o~f the best grades,
North Carolin'a orn, 8woet and Sotur Mash.
of the boat grades. Also, WVines and Biran,
dies of the finest brands, I have also a
fino lot of Oligare and Tobacco wbich I
will dispose of at reasonable p rices for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Bear al
ways on hand from the cjlobratedl firm of
Borgor and Engoll. You can find me at
ill times at the lBar under the Winnsboro
hotel, next, doer to D). R, Flennlik n 'a.
Dall and see me, J. CLENDINING.
A week nyorown town, andn
catalrs,d. You can lye the
1iesa ra wIt hitut ex pense. The at
adevoto all yotir time or oily your spare
mcsmen. Send for speolal private termsh
Aug - HALLETT a CO.. Portland, Maine.
OR the celebrated Matthews
1808 Old Cabinet Rye,- call at F
HAaanna: , Ta, os 1arke
YELLOW FEVEE--BLAC1t VOMIT
It IH too sOOn to forget tht 1'avnes of this
terrible d1i;ease, w hiell wlll ne dluU roturnt In
a i nore nalig nant ani virulent form in the fall
moiItI hIof 18T9.
MialiIt1IL'S iIEPAINI, nn rbmrly dilscoy.
eredl in aouti'ru Nubia ani used with sueh
wontulIerftl rettlt-s in South Ainerl'a wlero the
Inosst aggraVtteti eases of fever are round,
(2auus 1Srront one to two ouncess of bile to )o
littered or slrained front the bloud each (.ltn' it.
paMes throtlgh the liver, as IOl ats an excess
of bile exists. ilyi its wdilerfu action on the
I.Ivert l Stontcll he III'ATIN: not, only pre
vents to a ce'rtalttlty any kind of Fever and(
Black Vomit. but. also cures lleadae1ho, ConstI
111 llon of tit' Jiowels, l)yspep:afi and all
No one lievd fear YelloW JeVer who will
expel the dtnlarial Polsoh and excess of hile
from the blood by usling MIni ,i.'s HICI'A'rtsl.
Which 18 sol by all Druggists in 25 cent 'ntn
$1.00 bottlhs, or will be Sellt by exjpress by the
A. F. MEllIt EL,L & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dir. l'emllberton's Stillhilgia or Queen's
MT'The retlrtrts of wonrful cures of lth^umna
tis'n, . irotila, Salt Iltheun, SyphIlIs, Cancer.
UTlcet 1!ntI Sores. t hiat come from al :parts of
the oountry, are not. only reiarkable but so
1"Irlc;tltus as o be (loubted was It not for the
aibun"1.tuce of proof.
Remarkable Cure of Sorofula, &o.
UA:l: OF COL. J. C. RHHANSON.
KINusTox, UA., Seplenber 15, 1811.
(:>1T; :-For sixl te years I have been ta great
sitffere irt(111 Sirottla In its nt1Ost (list.ressing
Iorul$ 1 hve t i'-'il cl,iil1ti (I to ly room tlnMl
b'"t 'o tt:libtcen yi;., ail h1 serorulous uilcet
IiolN. i' )<s. . ii) lld ret 'i:'.li for 'tte!.
t " , h:. bt" n ..l. il h! .1111 lost ( ni"Ie'
}1h.':1: it " ai,- n lt edl V. t't!ttt11, ily (lecltlt',
1e:: II 'I'Itl 1l r", ;': t't I, r('S e(1 (1'H ).)ll,
1's''- I s; u.; " h' "1 ai ' dist;.-s 21t"l o t t
...... 'M... . . i . l.i .s( !,. ini l'i'
(:..,;it,"i; "" * '. 1"111Io2 it
V .' ..',, --. al1 . 2 I 2 I 1y .
- ItI,.l1 1 ":1 ) -.t
. . . ." . .222 : it"i bi'! ''Is . I)2 l i liii
t -" ' " !''1lmili:: l,' , tr , w1Il t'h 11'
,. 2.it .tt .t ~"'
-' tr'"''1' Ihlt 1110)'rsiailne l . 1, ret01
-' ' ' '1 1n t It ) t!'Iew (atilnty, (I.l., a:.
i . ) e, h. ' 0, ro0! Citerlkeu' ('irett:
s' .'1 " rl - -')ith i.'. I sha1 v
- e n,.. '21I --: 11 tid e,
- ti 'SON. Atl'y. at Law.
. ti-S PoINT. GA.. Sept. 16 1870
- .0-' In 2el' w; 1:1 ken on the 2.itl
t.I wlit it Was t11pOsed to be
.1; 1;!'' t:,!. :n .il ( was it'ead(' for tIhe
-. ' w.t > ' n - . In Mlarl't, following,
0I 2,n;,". : 'l o i) wlork ont of the rlight
i'in. t'l a!i IIn I!1c(i i :lpl) 1)'In till all 2he bone
.ru. theo to 2.it e shrnothiecr joint, cat1ne Out.
Matuy pl'ces of bon c"111 outiO 0 o1 of right, font. and
leg. '111 case was 2then pro1nottnei 0210 of
Whlilte Swelling. After havin been confined
ahout six year1s to her bed, -an( the case con
Sl(itreiloeless, I was ndlIuce(tl to ryJ Dr. Peln
bertonss 'Colnpoun(d Extract of St Illlngta. an(
vasso wellt Sthetld w\"itlits ('ctS tiat I' have
coni inued ln llse of it Intil th1e present.
My (l},"ightr was conl'id to her bell about.
six years before she sat up or even turne(i Over
wiout help. She now sits up all dlay, and
Sews lnllsi. of her timne-has walked across th1e
rool. lier general health Is now good, and I
belitve she will, as her limbs gain strengtil
walk well. I attribute her recovery, wItli t he
blessllg of (o. to t he use of your Invaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. It. IILANTON.
WFRT POINT, Ga., Sept. 16, 1870.
G uNTa :-The above cert lncate of Mr1. W. H.
,illanlon we know and certify to as being t.rue.
ihe Ilhing Is so : hundreis of the muost respeet
(1 eitizens will certify to It.. As much reference
can be giveln as may be requlred.
Yours I ruly,
CiIA WVItI) t WALK ElR, Druggists
lION. 11 ). W I. L.IA318.
3W" Dl. PlEMBEitI'TON'S STILLTNQIA is pre
pared by A. F. 31 itIEL L & CO., PhIla., Pa.
Sold by al l Dlruigssts in $1.0i) bottles, or sent
by exress. Agents wanted1 to canvass every
Send for Rook-"Curlol's Story"-free to all.
Medicines sent, to poor people payable In Instal
lOR the best half..dime smoke, try
.V "The Smashier," superior to all
others, at F. W. HABIENICHT'8, Roar
of Town Hall.
GEORIGE A. OLARK,
400 BROAD)WAY, NEW YORIK.
Tho distinctive features of this spool
Cotton are that)1 it is~ 1nade from t.he very
.EA ISLAND COTTON.
Tt in inis,1 wret n s the cotton f'romu
w) ich, it i . nil1:2i: has 0 no waxjing or
: - 1 r it,;' n -' --.iv- 'he. es; i. is
th- etr-nao... o cO ton - i Ti:ti
-' b -~ m pab-nteld by ourseulv es.
NFW ANILINEL PRO)UESH
1-n 1rin them2' 0 I 2o perfeefld billiant
ha.t .lre-: mal2r1 ' verwhetlre use2 them11
bt.ilJ was ft snVIrded tis spool
-2 ' . i, p -7 I'm' ''.''02.t s2trenOgth'i
- 2.h1 for upo)11 ('( f tn.
2'. e..i e2'2a.1ri'on ad respetfully
I1~l):..~f,'~vo it a fair1 trial and1( con
Vinc tuon.If,ijelves of itst u1per'iority ovor.
To2 bo( had1 at w h)olesale and( reOtahl of
aug 1- i xn-t0. BJOAG.
NEW GOOng j~
A LARGE~ and choice lot of Au
gusta Flour of all . the different
grades. Fresh Bolted meal and
A nice lot of Brass Bound Buck.
ets-Red and White LJedair, Tubs2
Axe . Handles, &,,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
W. H. DONLY,
sept 28 On the Corner.
pOR edical use, tythe celebra.
ted Saratoga Rye Whiskey, at F.
Tis standard article is compound
ed with the greatest e tre.
Its eifects are as wonderfil and a .
atisfactory as over.
It restores gray or faded hair to Its
It removes all ei'uptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head ai
Cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak..
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, " The con
stituents are pure, and careffilly se
lected for excellent quality ; and I
Consider it the BEST PREARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir.,
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Nan,ufaotured by R. P. HALL & CO..
e1t by U rnggle, and Dealerw in Mo4toio.
Southern Piellhsers of Piniios, Or
gains, Musical Plblications: a uid
Sinai I liusica I listriien t
Who are alive to I h"ir
OwIl int(erests X. ill
buy froni the
MUSICi _i3IEP ~OiniIE iiio'P
LUDDEN & BATES'
And Brancha Eouses
AUGUSTA, aGA. JATLANTA, IA.
Ge'o. 0. I1ohinson & co.0 O.L. 1nautnullr & Co.
CiIAll ICsTrON, S. C. ICiIAI 0tL T.l N. O.
C. 1. McCh'nhan & Co. Me8ith Music ilu'use.
JACKSON VI LLIC, IFl. PUII'NSA CO LA, FI,A.
A.lB. Catapbell. BroWyI lrotiher.
saivannah, Gna. i the Grand 3Musical Centre of a,
Solid Musical tlont ii, andl fromn this Central
D)istr1ltitin% Depot, with nas chaina or
liranchi MusIc Jiouses, all uinder
One mfaniagemnent, and tain lg
uin formi Prics and '' TermsB,
nre0 drawn the mnuslest
SUIpIIles of the Sout,b.
Pianos and Organs
ard ln.iruic at,Factory 1tates for Cash,of
Ten of the leading Manufacturer.s of tie U. .
have given us excitisive control of their laht
oi ttern households an actor - Ioc~
SEE THE PRICES.
PIANOS -roct. fnnose wood Carved12
PIA NOS g0.nn oswd,arv-$155
P'IANOS m') Oct. Square orand.j su.25
C8fl &]'ooa. .ud IG r rctor. i
All guairantEe(d inlst.rnmlO t.. Mlf-a--s nown
i eaCli. Fii teen Day' Ti , t wni nti er1,i' e iv
rhe trelih it no ii .0. A trialI co-4 ntohi iic
inat rumIlent, doia', uit. Don't, helit to orNer.
[ASON AND HIAMLIN ORGANS.
MASON & IIMA LIN
- Orgalls. Not I Awest,
B est and Cheapest
tops. on$ 9 5. ',Itli
Mirror Top, only $l00.
Organs, 6 stops, oni
- - bollchimes, only $100.
Bocenad fu or anuto nsato Oircular giving
Th'e magnlncent Chickering, Ilallot a Dayis
Vebe~r, Mathtishokc Sonthiorn oem, Dixio and
avorlte Pnanos EIaSOn & Iannlin, Polotbt, &
elton and Storting 03 anns all included Ina this
tale. A clensweep. Noreservo. All nel In
ecmot of l d1,rtye.Fresh from Facory.
ingrgnh pii~ to any
LPDEN & BATES.
n rO m a y e r r $ to $ 2 a d n
han thle Amount atea aboVe. Nooanfall
from 0 soe t 2a horb
Ir*ret*yered berore. Buslinerg pleasat an
now all about the beste ang yuslnt fo
m Ales fo h he "Mod e; --theae for
25 coalte ab F, W. uA:axxone's