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MATULRDAT, Fbruary 1 2 1881.
B*. Vr.LX.vs -A Is, DIroa.
IXYPe &. JtE OL DS, AsSOMMTn EnTon.
ExcE.,r inundations in Hlollandruin.
ed over thirty thousand people, and
urgent calla are inade for their relief.
TuE Whittaker court uartlal has be
guut its sesiolle in New York city.
1). II. Chamberlain conducts Whitta
'OuYERu, thle Cam eron notidnee for
Senator froin Pennsylvania, has been
compelled to step down and out. Tie
bolters were, for once, too strong for
the machlie, The contest will be pro
longed with other candidates unless
somie uilooked-for compromises can
be patched up.
"REi" LEAIRY, the chiefof 1the cele
brated gang of burglars that broke
into the bank of Northampton, Mass.,
in 1676, was captured In New York
city a few days ago, having made an
escape 1'om jail over a year ago, and
gone over to England, from which
country he had Just returned. All the
rest ofthe gang are already in the
PnILADE!.PujjA rejoices it) a ring
said to rival Tanummny in its most cor
rupt doa. The city owns the gas
w1,ori-,, wi.h are entin by the Gas Trust1
Comupaniy, a close cillor-ttion % it hin
the Cily comn il, u !%N. I deljlierationlls
are tit se cret. Tin' Ne: York Her
WI's rensade :.mId in.- it has.4 exposed a
vastanimit f vlhun, ad at theI
comning e; i"t et ionl it 'i hlled that,
the riig will be orm tro'wn by at COIl
hinatin of D i er-t tn Iil l% I eX l-s.
bAs i'ti rig h-.3 v 1i.'s malleu*dbll
allect ins sol:. ti ll over:- man I mo-c~
ti Ocrati ~.oruy un'rid of '1' i huk11 n lhia
its owihrw m~ute.' te beecialu in
Tm laesvev r-. c ee;aais
llaye l vis thit hIto tre o th daw. his
P1dary Ilnonthlyv. in ulv:l:wo, whven ithe):
. 1aw espree-l orbd., itadwhn.
bmn.1,11c. TI olt~iAld h 1 Ia o
lessI ofill, rejet"1 hi i 11 S Ut I ncad L)I C.1
hirla.re re1., Ilt) e., i ,!.t lie ho pe
sst eili si t onf otern. sItth f h
o h.i I thi isa r a. i l n t ' ai t..i' tiIo
tlmk ietl , 14ie--t the ) -we -
stlsart o h eis t a, incid o i.
oit in the hoitality ealthctd opi
haimade has alo daded theu trie
oret iaial esat drunenti ivam
bdint-dsm, aond despite candlig.
edul hitstsiminitrl~atio byatintO~in
lr.hAl kinfolkrtnhos to pilliet.
regardles oter. hmerloinition
o8tne athe ws,'tl the ct reaurero
edyiti, anisoei tecorts.me re
tay provali they stall be deonthede'
iback. SThte laiit sld abd the
loers lwiljl tkehisalpt'mint.llr
in thrter~sw bem on the hole
bestdepaity ofja accren Sttestin
the retaitonrofe bh on and liher
oblitnae ainge ter. ttento
'I , i undantly direce topa the down
stahralrtinesota,. The hilwa rt
progl rec ik ein t the earler d is o
that Steoa fo llioni dlollrs
wsmde ofr raingoads WhllOenithed
fiti ril repgiatire megt.io en
diated ths onads ardpt thanere ing
nriate prtestslfae. Dmcai oe
Imr.rAlle otton sCuure p.mnt
Nowaicomeks on Cabel tat the
$ Nholern ofiosebns, whoi oaer tuo
ping~' an issue~v ii te court.h I de
lea rd invli rthey~ ~i shll be destroved'i.
ilf the tte's1 ibilt is Ixe by2 the~
cort hwill take \ half millinc dlar
in hrteabod foth whe
batch, ncindin aiud ICit ernest,
amouning el~i ll to btween tu wo andiit
threOillon d4 eoa. Iti sai that
.' I ~he St ateh p re byi ther toa aontd has
obiqusit l feneatever.e She i a
efisaunalyp ablto topa the ebter
seea iesoe.Te tlat
v1ieval)lo Zeal of lludie.l big, y
sterilly rtusing, whenl pniet-atiuble, to
hve.anY (oings Whatever with firmin
whose Presidits safiscribe to Radical
-CamPa1ign flns, denounce the South,
and vapor o ver thle wronigs of'*thle col
ored people while they bulldoze white
voters with far greater harshoss at
home. Several anaulgers of Institu
tions, largely patronized by the South,
among them the preeldent of the Park
National Bank, of New York, were
bitter In the extremo towards the
South last fall. The Cincinnati miter
chants, also, howled about. the rebel
lion, until the Couricr-Journal's
broadbides brought them to their
knees-too late, howevor, as the clec
tion was over. They vehemently dis
claimed having had tie least uikind
thought toward8 the South--and all
because they feared the loss of South
The Singer Sewing Machine Compa
ny, Clark's Thread Compan , Thurber
& Company, and other firims have
also followed Studebaker and the Cin
cinnatians in their denials. Whether
true or false, the earnest protestations
of these Northern establish monts
should open the eyes of Southern peoe
ple to the power they have if they
choose to oxercise it. It would be un
businesslike, perhaps, to patronize In
ferior houses and factories for senti
me'ital reasons, but when equal ficili
ties exist the line should be sharply
drawn. The profits II the Southerni
trade, several years ago, induced the
Northemi idependent vote to over
throw Gr'ait's t. raiical regime, and
the Ioth I has become im uch richer
since then. Thev handling of over two
hutdred and HtyN. millions in cotton
yearly, besides millions ill rice, sugar
iad tobacco, and the busilness of furn
i'hinlg her u ith equivalent amounts in
brecadtill's anid other articles, are the
levers hy which tile South is to raise
hersel 'to an equality with the North.
No longer shokid she consent to re
ainin a rascal or a parasite, enriching
the hand that lets her live by sutl'er
atlee. She canl command respect an1d
she mu11st do it. M-aterial solidity will
go tatllher' thni)1 political Solidity, and
is ihe best solumion of our difliculties.
Er.et '00imatories till over the land, build
ui)othr cities, mallke Baltim11ore
i. I St . L>uis and Louisville the
M -*/w o'II hetri trade with the
.'rth. And when it is iceessar'v to
Lo i.yond the limits, New Yor'k. andI
e % . l atn, lhas .bankers and Imler
chanlts who syilma irie with thie Southl*,
B linot content with liese newspiper
de tinl'. hlve -t igate the m atter thor
Iu:hIy. Alreadv Northern flatis h ave
Iadopj;od the expetlieit of' selecting
Southelarn en ns drmuiijmmers for tle
South. See that the pr'oprtietors tare
not mauerl y t brtowiig a sop to Cerber'us,
buto re eally sintcere iti thir pr1otesla
teinttticailly carried out, is much better
tI biti at ttupting~ to contr-ol the govern
nua'ot by a politically Solid Souit in i
Conitting time Vot.' In 'oaagreaR---'Tie First
Aa't ini time Newr P're'sttat tail Di'tama G0a:ae
I t'ougi WVithout Accitdet'i. bait. ' with Ap
W.IsiOTox, Februarv 9.--llv ten
o'clock, ati hour b'efore the ineet intg of'
the liouse, anad two hou--s before the
timei ilappinted for cou lt ti thet elec
toral votes for' Presidet(atd Vice
Presiden~kt, the galleries of the I louse
miajority ot' whomw were laieis, deic~
rouis of witessitig tltit eem'nony. Onil
the flor a fe w woodlenuebairs' were'.
sandwuiched in bet ween thle seats of
mteinbers for the accommuodutaio otf
nidicaition t hat anyr save the uisual rou
tine of thie business of thie Hoiuse wIas
to be traunsaeed. The iindiffieee
shown byh the imen mes who seem ted
only angious to obtain sealts tor their
iriend~s ini lie galleries wats in tnac'ked
contraest with the exeitemtenlt whichb
i'evailed duriing the electot al cunits
of f'our years ago.
Afler .readinig yesterdav's iournal
the miorniig hiour wais dispensedt with
andl the I louse, at 11.15, wenut into
couiit tee of' the w hole, Car'li-dle, of
hxentucky, in the chair, on the legisla
tive, executive and judicial appropiria
At 11.50 the colnit tee arose, after'
hiavinig conindioed the conisiderationi of
seveinty otf the eighty-two pages of' the
Singleton, of Mississippi, ofler'ed a
r'esolutioni according the priv'ileges of'
the floor to ladies wvho had not beena
able to obtain seats in the galleries.
The resolution heinig aldopted, a lar'ge
number of htdies enttered 1the'chaintber'
and( obhtained setls.
A' few mainutes past twelve the door
keeper annllotunced t he. arr'ival of' thle
V .e-Pr 'esjhlent andu thle Senate of th
'i med Ra:tes, who1( then tiled ito thei
'chambetr. \ 'e-Pr~je'det Wheler'li
took a seatt ena thei r'i~tian otf Speak
er' Bllandt tal and the Sceator'y were ae
commodaiite~d wI I i chairs in the front
ro0ws of the desks.
''Te V'ice-President called the assemn
ba!y to order' anld said -
"'T'he two houses beinlg assemtbledl
ini lpursutance 01' the constituitioni, that
the v'otes miay be counted and declared
for' President anid Vice-Prtesidentt oni
thte -4th day of' March, 1881, it becomes
my duty, tinder the conistitut ion, as
Presi!idenlt of theo Senatte, to open the
i.crtitientes of' election of' thte several
State.s of t'he1 1.'ion ill thle presencee ot
I i e t wo hoauses, anid I ntow prioceed to
discarge t hat duty."'
The teller's. 31e'srs'. TIhurm'nan andi
I ahuin on thei part oat thle Sentate, andi
HIu *anttd C'rowlev on thte pailrt' the
lII rel hvinug t ak en thi pa 'lacies at
t u l.'k'., desk, the ' Vice-Presi dent
''I jwn at~; :iacag piuripotting to
''tain the 'etities~.te' (of election ofl
the Stat' oft Ailaa. and1( hiand the.
crtileteI to be i';i re l.k '
''The certifi 'cta'e having beent read
,c' I e ulv by '~ tent'-lhautlin, and
av inzg -h'own ithat lie electors o1'f lie
State tr Aliaamta laid cast the tent
Votes om' that Stnae for Witiield S.
hiatcock tar P'residenit, andt tent vote's
for' l'm. 11. JVnglish tfor' Vice-Priesti
den t, l'e Vice-Pr'iesidentt said:
'"lTe vote oft thie State of Alabatma
l nvinug I teen tecorded by lhe tellhers, I
oplet aintd hnd to themtt thle cer'' titet
oft eleC'iltn of' the State of Ar'kanisas."'
TIhe roll ol' somtc u..s th -i~
coed 'd with. Wheng the Stat of Go
gia was reached, the' reuding of the
return in1 1ull was dfllnated by
Spiniger, of Illinois. The certificato
shows that on the 8th of December,
1880, the eleven votes of Georgia were
cast for Hancock and English.
The Vice-Presillent then said: "It
appearing from the certificatejust read
that the vote of the Stato of Georgia
was cast oil a day other than that IicI
fo. castnig stich votes'by an abt of'
Congress III pursuaice of the constitu
tion of the United States, the result of
this certitleate will uiot be recorded
until, In tle language of the concur
rent resolution uider which this count
proceeds, It, will aPpear w'hether tihe
couitiig, or the oiltting to coulit.,
sicmh votes will change the resuilt of,
Tihe remaining Status were then
called, and the vote of each was duly
The tollers Vroceeded to foot up the
vote cast for I resident and Vice-Presi
Senator Thurman then said: The
tellers report that the whole number
of electors appointed to vote for Pres
ident of the United States wias 369. of
which a majority Is 185. Were t.ie
votes of the electors for the State of!
Georgia cast on the second Wednesday i
of December, 1880, being the 8th dai'v
of said month to be counted, the rie
sult would he:
For Jiames A. Garfled, of Ohio, for
President of the United States, 214
votes, and for Winfleld S. Hancock. of
1,en syluania, for Presideit, of the
United States, 153 votes.
If not counted, the result would be:
For James A. Garfield, 214 votes, and
for Winfleld S. Ilancock, 144 votes.
In eit her evemit James A. Garfield
has received a mnjority of the votes
of the whole number of electors ap
Senator Thurmian made a similar
stateiment relative to the vote for Vice
"heq t 'fore," said the Vice.Presi
dent. "I declare that James A. Gar
ield. of the State of Ohio, haviig re
ceived a majority of votes of' the
whole number of electors appoinited,
is duly elected President of the Uni
ted States foi the four years commene
ing oil the 4th day of March, 1881
anlld I k1o furt her declare that Chester
A. Arthur, of New York, havingr re
ceived at majority of' the votes of the
whole number of electors, is dilv
lected Vice-President of the Uniteil
States for the fou' years comtinencing
oil the 4th day of Maich, 1881. (Loud
Tie enate then returned to their
After the Senate had left ftle chai
ber' Crowlev oliered a Ieohititioni recit
ig that the IIiouse had Imet the Sen
mte; that the electoral vote had been
opened by the President of the Senate
in the presenCe of the two houses of
Uongr'ess alid coiited oil the part of
lie houses; that it appeared that James
A. Garfleld had rceive(d a majority of
the votes cast for Piresident, ai'md Ches
lete A. Arthur a inajority of tile votes
east for' Vice Presideit. and the samie11
lhad been duly declared by tle Presi
Lhmiit. of the Senate; and d'eclaing that
tle two houses ar'e of tlie opinionl that
he constitution and laws have been
tinl eiI x(Cnted. and , that no further
decla ration of' the facts is necessary.
A COTTON EcXPOslTION.
rhe Advanatage. That It Secures to the
In resp~onse to inquiiries conicer'ning
thme conteiplatedi cotton exposi tion ini
AthIan a in October next, 31r. Edward
Ai kiiison, of 31assachiuset ts, the great
iuthority eon cotton, said that New
E~ngland would subsciribe liberallyv to
lie proplosed fuiid of' one huin'dred
housand (101lars, prioided the South
ilso takes an interest in it.
"Thieire is one0 thing you may sav -
with eiiiphaisis."' said Mr. Atkisoii.
"anid t hat is t hat t heire is gre'(at needt of'
suich ain ex posit ion. Thiere is no n'ieait
~tuple of the world so wVastefuilly'
hanid led and prepared for' unaiket a's
"ifton, unless it be sugar. Inam saitis
itl lthat if cottlon wieie proplly pack
.'d andiu haled it woul brini f'rdm one
0.thrmee 1,er' cent. imoire th'aii it nowv
bi mgs, beca use the buri would be
wertaiin of' I le qmumntity n'ndt quality of
wvhat he w as buyinig. If it Were' prioper
Ivlyaindled ini the mgin husie and prop
yr'lv picked andu carried to thle gin all
at it that is niow ginned below mid
liiig would commaiid f'roii two to
rive peri cenit. miore, because it would
iie iid of' thle ituotes. leaf' and dust thait
level it to a low grade~l. Ihut more im
0ortaitt thaii this, I ventunre the asser'
ioni that cot toin-fthe gre'ater par't ot'
:1he crop, aniyhiow-is dlet erioratfed ini
ramihue fully ten per cent. l'iomn thle time
.t is picked in the field to the time
a'vleu it is ttued out tromi lhe coin
Pess for' shipinmentI Northi. A v'er'i
iportant and costly parit of the work
i thle Northern factories is remiedvying
lie err'iors of' 1pieki ng, gi nning 'amid
ackiing- that is, reimoving the dirt,
uaiid and girit that have unnme'essairilyr
beeni allowved to get in withI thle fibre.
lleyond the cost of this wvork the fibre
tself' sut'eirs froni the excessive hand
iug nlecessaryv to cleant it of' dirt that
Lhould net er have been1 allo0wed to get
m it. Thle imachiiner'y ini mills sutlfers,
0oo, because of' the t'ailure-'to clean the
30ttoni before it is compressed inito
b~ales of' the almost imupalpable sand 01'
iust that imitfests the cot ton grown on
manily soils. Not only can the cottoni
he (leaned more ellicienitly before it is
paicked than attmer'ward, but with one
third t he habhir, not to consider' that a
prioper hiandliing of' it would keep out
I lie gr'eatest parit oif thle dirt that is
tounid in it wheii it reaches thme mill.
(IuIEgr ruiomsiT Fon lJ.Axxn:nus.
''Now, I ami freqiuenitly' asked."'~ ir.
Atkinson w'ent on to samv, "wi~hether' or
iot I flink lie cottlon factor'iesof' New
i'.iigaiid will gradually diftt to thle
South. Nh y reply is that thme manu
factuire of cot ton is a uniit. It Coml
mienies whlen thle cottlon is readyv foir
pick ing and ends whieii the clth is
readly for the meirchaint. Theli miost
imipor'tant p~art of' this work is that
w hich mnust be donie iiear thle tield ini
which thle staple is raised-v'iz., thle
icking. the ginning and thle haling.
An 111It ,is myv conviction that there is ai
miuch riebier pirofit to the Southern
Pe~(mple iii iiipriovlig thieir' methiods in
his parit of the work t han t here is in
trymiii to do it all. TIhme utmost prot
that canU lhe explected in the manuf'ac
1ture of' cloth below No. 16 is two to
hree cents am pound and on miediutm
nuimers three or four' cents. To get
thus requires heavy invest ments, prio
p~or'aonate r'isk and the utmost skill of
mianiagemnent. But by light expeiidi
Itires ii iinproved gins, a little more
care anid imtelligence in handling the
staple, and withI no risk, the pdanuter'
a imild make imore clear' profimt by add
img to tihe value of his cotton thanm
.'uld be counted on In great factories
for' conv'ertmng time fibre imit cloth . rI
$600 to $500 he coulA have attaeed t
his gin house a inashine to hull the
seed and press out the oil. It must be
uglerstood that the oli will be eleu
gain, for taking it fi-om the seed on1
inproves the seed Jlther as tertilize1
or stock food. The Value of this seed
which has usually bon left to rot ami
waste, may be ustirnfitedl when I sa'
that If there was a variety of the cot
ton plant that - wolild grow in thi
North and produce11o lint, bt simpl)
the seed, it.would be one.of the moii
valuable of our crops, Just as flaxoeei
is now in the West. I think, there
fore, that the best course for the Souti
is to devobo its capital and energies t<
improvenlent, economy and efilcienel
in gotting the cottoii out of the nleli
and preparing It for the factories, tc
buy Improved gins and build inprov
ed gin houses, to get machinerv fo
properly handling the seed, to iecur(
new presses and use new methods o
baling. There is an enormous Iargil
of profit here--one that is safe am
certain. And the work, while it I
in the scope of the capital available t<
the South. will employ all the capita
that can be spared. It is In this direc
tion that I think the South will pro
gross in the next few years, and t(
show the importance such progres
and the ease with which it can li
Iad is one of the (hief object's of th
PLANTERS AT TilE EXPOSITION.
"You think that the exposition wil
m ike this clear?"
"I do. It will bring to the knowl
edge of cotton planters the nutneron
inventions intetided to compass thi
011, and they will atonmisl its all it
their number and efficacy. The plant
or can see thema in actual operation
hear their merits discussed and theli
possibilities explained. That the cot
ton planter feels the iteed of such in
vent obs amid will .readily invest ki
them is plain from the vi'vid interes
that has been manif'ested throughou
the entire South by the new Clemen
attachment. But let me illustrat<
what tile intelligent farmer Inigh
learn at this exposition and how hi
might enrich himself by the knowl
edge. lie will first select the best
from the number of new tools for cul
tivating his cotton, and will then studl
the met hod of constructilg the exhibi
tion building and of protecting it fron
tire, so tha'. he may adapt it to tle
construction of the house in which i
will store his cotton, gins, &c., li
will then select the best cotton gin tha.
is exhibited. which may be our needh
>ointed gin or the new roller gin ol
Great Braitain. For this gin he will
select the best automatic feeder on ex.
hibition, and will select for the othel
side of his gin the best revolving aprol
:n which tle freshly gilnned cottoli
--n be carried to a beater-also select'
ad from the best exhibited-that will
elean out the dust, grit and immaturc
seed that ha1s passed through the Wiln.
'henl, reslizing that this cleaned lint
must not be rolled o1 the dirty floor,
lie will buy a small press-perIhaps flhe
Dedrick hay press-anld pass the lint
to it from the cleamer, where it is baled
immeldiatelY. With cotton hainldled
tILIS he Woild command a premium
and could sell it direct to the factories
mn his replutatioll, or Consunmers would
send~ agents to him with the cash te
buy his crop, as agenits no0w scour thc
West buyinug tile best wool clips,
rnlere is ai I1to ~u m miiin se ;
goinlg to establish a branch ofits facto
ry iii the Soulth, simiply that it mna
rely on getting cotton thlat has bee'
propllerly hanlidledI for its own use bi
ununliig and baling it itself.'
"Ini anothler wing of tile biuilding th(
mtelligenlt tiirmer will find mnachines
for I ullinlg the seed. le will select
thle best of' these, andl as soon as th<(
seeds are separated from the limnt h<C
will use t hem, feeding tile hulls to his
stock. These hulls hold( one-third ol
the mline('lal elemuent dirawni froml th<(
soil byv thle cotton and are worth as
much, toll ftbr toin, as hav for stol;
food. Thle kernels lie will scend to th<
nearest oil mill, selling thei oil and(
using the ground meal to feed to sheer:
folded onl eottonl gronld, thlus restor
in~g tom the soil the other twe-thirds 01
thle minierah elenmnt taken froml it
lle will ah-o select the biest of theC brash
cleaners w ithi which to treat the storn
cotton, anid inito whiich lie cani throw
lhe boils froml whiebl ali tile ctolto
available to hland has been picked
.1'his cot toll, usually wastedl, will bt
saved to haimi. All tIs work lie cari
do withI is implroved nmachinlerv, with.
DIne-third the present labor and ex.
pense, and w ithi enormouslv better re
suits. Th'lis is tile esson~ we hope) th<
Exposit ion will teach. If the ftrmn
rittend it aand inivestiate and acnt, wt
shall1 seeC cottonl lfarmls mlanaged will
the same111 care and( systemI that thl(
farms of New York and1( Pennsylvai
are now mlanaged.'
-S. II. Irwin. of Uite Creek, Col.
fax, (Co., Newv Aexico, says: Mv wir&
hias beena iere o'f a conlghl of'thiirt '
years' stanin~ig by wvearinlg an1 "Ol'
Lung Pad~l."-Sec Afdv.
-W. A . Titus, 62 A shland Avenue
Toledo, Ohio, says: My wife is niow
as strongI~ as ever, her regatined hecalti
being directly dtue to the nse of th<f
Excelsior IKidney Pad. 'We enni heart,
iivlyreommnend it to all kidney troub.
led personis.-See ifdr. *
O F New Crop NEWV ORLEANS
MOLASSES, best in the market, anm
syrups of all grades.
A fine assortment ef
ISING L ASS,
Also, a good qtuallt y of OAT MIA L,
i five pounl~d packages
GkVE ME A CALL
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In gold will to paid for every grain of mercury
or other mineral substance found in May Ap
ple Liver Pills. Price16 cents for large boxes.
Sold by all Druggists In thtscounty,
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stating that I have used your Medicated Stoik
Feed both on horses and cat tIle, and with great
success, especially on a very poor cow, which
I bought at auction. She gives now over two
r gallons of milk., with a good pros eot of in
creasing. Notwithstand ing the rejuidice I en
tertained for other pode that. had tried,
and which proved wortness, I do not, hesitate
to endorse your invention is being ill ou
Ieilim for it. . P. T.81 HEMNA
oentlemen-We have given Shoenfeld's Stock
Fek to your llorses. and ilnd that It Is all you
canl claim for It. Yours truly,
CHAPIAN & DAVIS,
Ilropr's I.Ivery and Sile StablCs. 4d st., Macon,
Ga. Sold by the Druggists of this county.
I can assure you that in to sing'. instance has
the Teethina ever proved a/failure. We I ve tried
the soothing nedicinaes, and everyt 1ig knownI
to is, and ')old Women," and Teethina is pre
f eminently a auccess, and a blessing to m-miers
and children. J M. DELACY,
After trying Soothing 1temedies withonut
avail, and piysicians without relie., I gave
yourechtina axnd i acted like inagic. I ocea.
sionally gvo a poirder to keep ny ihild'q pumas
*, oftened S. R BALDWIN.
WILL YOU BELIEVE IT?
4 WOMAN's BHVT FaiKND.--To relieve the achinig
) heart of woina i, and br ig joy whaere sorrow
reigned %upreme. is a nission before which the
smi'es of kinigs dwivnNadle into titter insturnii
cance. This Is the peculia' province of irad.
lield's Fealea' Regilliitor, wilch, froa its num.
beie.s cuIes, Is approprint-elv stiled '-Wo
man's Best Friend." The distresbing conpaintit
k n.' Itas "w1ite,"ant v.r110s irregularitles
of t he womb, to which womana1 is .4ubject, dis
appear like navic befor' a single bottle of this
wonderful comptoui(. Physic iana prescribe it.
Prepared by Dr. J. IlratIlleid, At9taift, Ga.
For sale at $.1 5) per bottle by all druggists.
NOW IN PERFECT HEALTH.
Ne,%r a1atietta. Ga.. Atarch 21. 187i.
Some mo'it Is ag, I bought, a bottle of 1irnad
flelid's Feanle tegaaiator, ai used it Iq nty
family with the utmost satisfaction, have re.
commended it to three other fatnilles, and they
have found it just, what, it is recommended
The feninles who have used tie Regtilator atre
now in perfect henlh, and able to attend to
their hotusehold duties. We cordially recon
ienad it tot le public. REV. 11. B. JOHNSON.
les-rs. Ltlmar. Itaxkin & Lainar; Gentnnmen*
lIY wife had ten troubled for several mnonths
with Bronchitis, and during that titme tiled
nearly cvery thing imagin.able without the
slightest benefit. A friend of hers to whom I
manitioned it. told me to get a bottleof Brewer'a
Lung liestorer, which I died. and less than one
btle cured her entirly. I W-1l recommend it
to all wlho aro similarly affectei.
Yours very tuly
4A THAN C. MUNROE,
MACON, GA., March 1, 1880.
IMessrs. Lamar, Itankin & Lamar, Dear Si'rs
I hai frequent. hemorrhage before using your
Consumptive Cutro, and had been treated by
Dr. Crowell Johnson and other skilled physi
clans without being relieved, and after using
three bottles of your Brewer's Lung Restorer,
the hemorrhage was stopped, and I invo never
had one since. I nan now ii better health than
before, and feel it. my duty to state to the pub
lic the effects of our 'wonderful Consumptive
curo on me. iottrs truly,
Mrs. H- 0 AVANT.
This is to certify that I have hisad Asthma
for thirty-five years and used a great many
diflerent kinds of medicines Was trented by
Dr. Hlolton fire years without inalng relief. I
then itsed your Brewer's Lung Itestorer aind
found in it at permanent cure.
Very truly yours Z. J' PARKS.
ld by all Druggists in this county.
PFUitY, 11O1STON COUNTY, GA., Jatx. 2s. 180.
In the 1873 there were two negro prisoners
conitined in the jaIl of this county, Who were
very badly aimi--tedl withi thai, loiat.hisome dis
ease 8.yphilis. Ini my ofileial capacity as Ordlt
.e ti ~, d Capt C. 'T. Swi*ft,. then a rest
ce ocure theum, hiatler a con
Iett "no cure, xi, pay." lHe administeredl to
t hem his celebrated SyphtiItic Specixlc. need in
-a few weeks I felt buandl. undenr my contract.gto
pay him out of the couinty treasury, its lie had
effeteda coplee annd radica, cure.
intsioy I hi'retianto set miy ofliceinl signa
I l.. s.j tutre andl seal. A. S. GILES,
Ordintary Hloustomn C'outay, Ga.
, CATrANootiA, TEN i., Feb. 14,1870'.
M et-ne pensrein saying that the 8. 8.'S.
is giving gootd satisfauctiont. Whaehad ex.
ce lenitiresutlts froatn 'u nuinber of cases. One
*genttlematu weo had been conined to his bed
six weeks wvith Syphilitic Rheumnatismn has been
*cured entiely, aind speaks in the highest praise
of it. It ailso acts as well ini prlmary as in see
Onidary and tertiary cases.
C~Il.E8 & tERRiY.
'lHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CONIPANY, .Proprie
tors, A tlantat. Ga.
Call for al Drutgglis .
Calfracopy of ' Yoting Mfen's Friend."
EDITORS AND NEWVSPAPERI MEN
of the country endorse Jamnes Boss' Patent
Gold Watch Cases. As a proof. readl the fol
lo wlaig B a iim n .. Aid , 31 ' h ia i t. 18 50
I' Flve m"' itasitrm,' toi infaorm -t uht the
J~iames Bt-M W tehi C-'; I hi:av' e.,:r i'id y
-illy J. 'T Li.GGol~,b.
Ed. unad Paop't TJe eqgra.
LaF.a etat. Ind' Ninr-h it
I talo~ pien'tue its ec-, m' Mdi g t '' J1 aa
Brs ita a ala C iTe is haxgn~i aa infa.taw, i n
ta' it wearI to t~ ofr solm g.esl 'Tiha'
the "Boss".in fnet as wdl as in ni no,
W. S INGL( E
Des Mfoi -
POatee nxaa-ti F hi
VA h....t b-t 1a a 'p
Wadtch (Cia. I hlav'e isen
t'ilg ix. cver) uespect jaa
1a la'm e~t ittauty. 3h i IE '
di. and I. Op','t I. .'qulv. . C . [1 .
. Waumaua, ik., 3i rieh I-. is.m
The' W atcha (':c I haive oft you' atk inI
every way satistactory : it s justx 'pilal
Ed. andtt Prop't Turch as! Liberty.
Thaoibve re conacurredtinby hunIredsof
Plates of 'SolId Goldl. It is waiux uttad in w
clhad nrtiiente'. A4l your j. wi ar for ilu.,t ra.
teal atalotue contaaiing autl detei ipt lox.
SPECIAL liducmts to customers
It Will pay' to examine andi price our
stock of Dre'~ss Goods, Filnnels, Cas
slmere's, Jean)s, Blanikeis, and1( all other1
goodls, ais they will be sold ('heap. We
ask the attenltion of the ladies to our
CLOAKS AND DOLMAXS,
wichtfl wiill be closetd out ait LOW
CLOTIIING AT BOTrrOM FIGURE8.
A small lot of Cai( n hc
will be closed out at B RG~tIViS.
MCMASTERI, BRIICE & KETCHIN.
- -Sulbscr(belo THlE NEWS AND hER
A L.-42.O n an.
s lin|k g
FALL AND WINTEEL GOODS.
E BEG leave to inform our oustomers and the public generally, that we hav3
ro flately disposed of our Grocery Department for the purpose of making 'nor s
room for our
Which are now in store, and have been marked at prices to induce quick sales. We
canet enuerate the n rious kinds andi styles, but cordially invite al to call and X
amine our stock, an(1 we 1sha1 endeavor to make it the interest of all to purchae.
CLOT HING, Al ATS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
This dlepartment has been extended, nnl we guarantee prices as low as the lowest.
OurTroy City Perfect Fitting Crown Shirt cannot bo surpassed. Laundried or Un
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
At our rpceinltv. and to those who have trieil then we need not ndd words. To
t[it s u re-vet strinreers to the durability of this weonestly made Shoe, we ask you
I :1 m:i 1 your winiter -upply, ora single pa o ty, ifyu prefer trying thym
. I t to O C( t e( - the y nV ack N u dgegl y m any to outwear any
R ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ :i J fe- ,,,- tnts' Fine Ph Rs.leduce
WILi BE ).1 3.80 U 1D BY
N ndl niO VuiJwi.K. at most attraelive prices. See our Drett
il ,l th. ite sye.rimmin g -Silks and Siatins. llosa ry, Hanudkerchl
w . ~ C h n 'C and t Yt:tlhs' H ats in lar o stock, Ladie
,r tdt t e t d os, I dies' (.oaks, new ind ay ish, at New Yos
pricks- L1.11l:0tt, C'Uipc,, f~~uiasand La ll JHd, at the Nowi Store 01f
nov 6 DES9PORT TS &EDMUNDS
___ _ Under Wright's Hotel, Columbia, S. 0.
Tile Bost Ever Prodaceci! -
[HE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CHALLENGES TiE WORLD TO PRODUCE I.T8 EUAL I
W Oge tho.sand dollars rewvard off'ered to any person that will do as grea
a ratge of Vork, mid (10 it s well, on 1,, other Inachiie as as cai be dlone on
tile "DIAVIS VrER'fICAI~ FEED SEW lEk MikC1INE'." Arrangemnts for
he contest will be inade with any onte desirilig to CollNete for the above-named
reward, within a reasonable tin' after written a )r~llclon is recelvel.
DAVIS SNW1ING MACHINE CO.,
Another large lot of the above Machines and the Improved Weed Jitat re
ceived. J. 0. BOAU, Agent.
Wbite and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets, Gloves, o s Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruohing,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fieh'us, Ties and evnrythiingI feerl
round in a first-class Dry Goods, Faney Goe and Milling enably
ment. You can get all you an, a-ny s an Mi-nr a -b I