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svnIGHTSVIDDE’S CLAIM TO IN VUGIKAT'iNG PROHIBITION. Hinton - Visited by Sherman*. T . Needs a Railroad—Statistic. , lr Chamberi-Taylor’s Teams— ~ t ' c Macau Another Dash Into Southwestern Georgia-A lbany-Kob on’s Circus—Acres of Darkies—The Aroma of Ethiopla-A Happy Kace- Pjiinue Costumes- Artesian Housc b , nyag Trade and Railroad Centre sketch of the own—Cotton Receipts Albany’s Merchants—Personal—M ss 'roe’s Institute-Town and County Offlcials-Hey. T. G. Pond-T. H. W.l liugham The Press - An Oversight Corrected Adieus. Leaving Dublin, tbe writer retraced bis ay over the new railroad twenty miles LA rUhtsville, tbe county seat of John 0n This is another old town which L liras the honor of inaugurating prohi bition in Georgia. It boasts also one weekly paper- the Recorder, published by that enterprising young journalist, J. M. fleff three churches, one school, and a population numbering 000. The following Merchants run genera! stores: \ T. Tinder, whose annual sales foot tip $100,000; Arline &. Daley, and A. E. Clark. Family groceries and confectionery—A. Davis. 'pnigs—Dr. J- VV. Flanders and J. W. Brins n. V W A. Crawford carries on a large wbeelright and repair shop, and W. E. Walker is the proprietor of a steam gin and grist mill, ,f >l. Mason is the popular Clerk ot the Superior Court, and will be re-elected in January. . . . Mr. Linder keeps a choice boarding bouse and is adding to its dimensions. Vii of these business men read the Morning News. Put time is up, and now, without the loss of an instant, your correspondent hastens on the Mclntyre, on the Central railroad, which is the stopping point for those who wish to visit Wilkinson's old canital. IRWINTON. This village, which has never been electrified by the shrill whistle of the loco m tive, was overrun by Sherman’s hordes, the court house burnt, and the inhabi tants despoiled ot their property. Since tIK-n, though the temple of justice has been replaced by a substantial structure of brick, the town has languished, and sadly needs paint and the whitewash brush. Its location is very elevated and txcentionally nealtby, and if the proposed railroad to Mclntyre (a charter lor which bas been granted) could only be con structed, the town would speedily become a summer resort for people doing business in Oconee, Toomsboro, andotber places on the line of the Central railroad. A subsidy for that purpose Irom the county would pay well iu the increased value of real estate and consequent revenue from taxes. STATISTICS. Irwinton was laid out in 1808, and has about 300 inhabitants, one school, with 60 pupils, under the charge ol Dr. J. E. Witherspoon, and a neatand commodious union church, built of brick, which is kept in good repair, and where every denomination worships In turn. The Southern and Appeal, a weekly paper, is edited and published by J. F. Lingo, who we failed to meet. Dr. J. 8. Wood is Mayor, and Hon. AV. C. D. Carlisle for four years has titled the position of Ordi nary witn credit to himself and signal benefit to the county. Mr. John T. Hughes has been Clerk of the Superior Court for nine years. Mrs. Baum keeps a nice boarding bouse. W. B. Stubbs, recently admitted to the bar, has begun the practice oi law here, and is sn intelligent young gentleman. Among the mercantile men we find Butler & Everitt keeping a general store, ami Simmons & Kasim in the drug busi ness. There are several other business firms in the place. Air. Isaac Taylor furnishes transporta tion to and from Mclntyre, three miles distant, upon the arrival and departure ol the trains each way. At Mclntyre, Mr. A. Chambers, a most obliging official, has served the railroad as depot agent lor sixteen years. Returning to Macon anil spending the EVobath there with his family, the writer, early iu the following week, resumed his travels on the Southwestern railroad, and J al; 6ing only to partake of an excellent I < aktast at the new note! in Fort Valley, |>ed straight on to ALBANY, arriving there under the present schedule at 10:30 a. m. Kobinson’s circus for the tin e had captured the town. The negroes were too numerous to count, but could be Measured by the acre. They were jam med together In impacted masses almost as closely as a deck of cards, w atching the great pielimiuary parade. Albeit the aiumsphere was reeking with the AROMA OF ETHIOPIA, It is but fair to say that a more orderly Crowd of toe peasantry of auv country was never assembled. They laughed and chatted, and bought mullet and water (heiouß < strange to relate, still to he bad by the wagon load), and suck candy, and red lemonade, and though without a dollar to meet the wants ot the “morrow,” fb' 'hied superlatively happy. And then j.ie costumes of these erstwile “wards of tne nation” would have afforded endless subjects for the pencils ol Hogarth ol old, i.d the more modern Nast and his brother su ms. Tuey termed a conglomeration of color, stylo, pattern, material, and make bp no pen could describe. Indeed, li ’ ou jd seem that all the cast-off toilets ol Lie "upper ten” and soiled uniforms of cur volunteer soldiery, and gaudy wares “I the it n-ceut stores had been subsidized lor this special occasion. To the artesian house four correspondent threaded bis way tuiough the dense crowd, aud was com lortahiy provided for by the proprietor, !i' ■ .*)-’ wi)o conducted the present A o n House in Americus so successfully. he rooms of the Artesian are large and handsomely furnished, unci a line flowing •'ll in the yard affords an oxhuustless •opl ly of the purest water for the estab tshmeut’ At least 125 Northern visitors ‘“’J,” 0 accommodated here, and ibe.v ,'O'iiU he delighted with Albany and its • nious artesian water and ufco hotel. Joe wells are eight in number, and tbe hole town is refreshed by these silvery, ‘? v, ?let f semblmg molten crystals, \ V 'io ( * et,oUcll finally into Flint river, dr i 'k 11 lh, ' | n. during the recent terrible i ' 1 coat scarcity and perhaps trin . k ,or the !acK 01 drinking water “ , 1 ; lave ensued. AVe saw oue farmer “obis all his supply by wagon, ‘ ! bb residing ten miles from Albany. Albany is last becoming oue of tbe most s„ lol ; ,, \ nt trade centres in the Slate, . “‘Steel at the head of steamboat navlga i, 1 "’; ‘J 1 very heart ol tbe famous "out mu belt,” with FOUR RAILROADS out into every section of the . "’ h > Hn( t possessed of ample banking an an '* ma °y enterprising merchants, progressing in material r. "and prosperity. Ot late, too, as a mpetitive shipping point, ottering the tn ■?. rnar kct prices and lowest freights cur ,'" <>n Producers and buyers, tne re nts ot the great staple have wonder nr,, I ln( ' rf,a "d. Some larmers haul their lia,'i' leß h< "' H ev ‘* n from the vicinity of *™; on an( l Americus, and find ample am, i °‘ f°°d at reasonable figures to tn .PJ7 every want and reward their *,, i . r P r, * e - Indeed, no town In Georgia, M •'*. can boast of a greater number of handsomely equipped stores, carrying every variety of merchandize known to the trade. STATISTICS. The population of Albany Is 4,500. and many new houses are in process of erec tion. The town contains four white churches and several colored, a cotton seed oil mil), one ice factory, with a daily capacity of ten tons, two hotels, three j banks, a cotton compress, iron foundry, planing mill, several grist mills, steam gins and minor industries. Albeit little more than a half crop will be harvested the present season, the re ceipts of cotton already toot up 28,000 baies, and more than once prices have been even fn excessof the Macon market. To afford a proper conception of the volume ol business done here, it is only necessary to mention tbe various firms who subscribe to the Morning News. Thus, in general merchandize, we have Morris Mayer, with his opulent and pleasant associate. Mr. Jaoob Lore!), Deunis Brosnan. L. T. Fields, H. A. Floyd, Price & Bawllns, and Mrs. M. A. Hood. Family and fancy groceries—B. A. Col lier, A. Sterne, ami Hester <fe Dupont. Hardware, crockery and house furnish ing goods—S. AV. Gunneson, and Sheffield and Bell. Drugs—Welch & Cos., Lamar, Rankin & Lamar (AV. H. Gilbert, manager), and Hugo Robinson. Books, stationery and jewelry, with furniture department—C. J. Daniel. Fine watches, jewelry, etc, —Phil Harris. Bankers—Hobbs & Tucker, and Lewis & Bro. Cotton warehouses—Mure A Brown, N, & A. Tift & Cos., and 8. R. AVeston & Son. Millinery and fancy goods—Mrs. C. R. Shaw. Gunsmith and repair shop—William Ganas. Merchant tailor and dyeing—J. A. llumney. Livery, feed and sale stable—E. H. Barnes. Wholesale dealer in wines, bottled beer, cigars, etc. ( no spirituous liquors sold) — L. A. Harris. Cotton gin repairing and wood shop— AV. O. AVatson. Air. AVatson is also tbe inventor and patentee of a noted gin manufactured by O. H. Miller of Fort A’allev. Pork and sausage market—J. G. B. Hall. Steam grist mill—Capt. Y. G. Stephens. Restaurant and groceries—W. fL Har rison. personal. Albany is the home of Senator Tete Smith, Judge David Vason, Nelson Tift, Esq., Gen. Wright, R. Hobos, Rev. T. G. Pond, and Hon. C. B. Wooten. The latter once Ailed the high position of President of the Senate when representing the Eleventh district, and has also served on the bench of tho Superior Court in the Albany circuit. He is a gentleman of popular manners and decided ability, and is favorably spoken of for Congressional honors. Hon. Nelson Tift may be called the foremost citizen of the community. Through the largest portion of a long aid weli spent life his every energy has been devoted to the promotion of the welfare of the people of his town and section. At present he is the head of the noted ti m of N. A A. F. TIFT A CO., who are extensive dealers in farmers’ supplies, and handle through their ware house 10,000 bales ot cotton annually. Messrs. Mure & Brown receive 7,000 bales into their warehouse, and do an extensive factorage and commission busi ness. Mrs. A. Stern’s “Female Institute” has eighty young ladies on its rolls, and is deservedly popular. Hon. AV.H. Wilder, the efficient Mayor, formerly Ordinary of the county, has held tbe office acceptably for eleven years. Rev. T. G. Pond, rector of tne Episco pal Church, is a distinguished divine and erudite soholar, and is especially noted as a botanist. He was formerly a membe>' of the faculty of tbe State University, of which institution be is a graduate, and sat on the ecclesiastical court before whom Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Atlanta, was arraigned, tried and convicted. L. Hamilton Is the new proprietor of the old Barnes House, which is said to be well kept. Thomas H. Willingham, one of the best farmers of Dougherty, has been blessed witn seventeen children by the wife of his youth, fourteen of whom survive and have attained to years of maturity, li would require a special census to ascer tain the number of bis grandchildren, and tnis worthy gentleman is certainly entitled to a pension trom the republic. THE TRESS. Friend Melntosn, editor and proprietor of the daily aud weekly News and Adver tiser, publishes one of the most readable and incisive journals in the Stare. He bas made his mark also in the legislative halls of tbe commonwealth, and is justly esteemed by tbe community. It would be improper to conclude this sketch without mentioning the names ot Capt. John A. Davis and Rev. S. R. Wes ton. The former has acted as depot agent sixteen years for the Central railroad, and no one is more respected in the com munity All’. AA r eston was for a long period a member of the fourth estate, an.l is not only a consistent Christian, but a shrewd and successful business man, Hon. W. T. Jones, County Judge, has tilled the position with aDility for ten years, aDd his decisions give general satisfaction. J. T. Hester, the olever Tax Collector, is again the nomine* of the Democratic party. In this connection, tbe writer begs leave to repair an oversight in his sketch ol AVadiey, Ga., through which the name ol Dr. B. 11. Doyle was omitted in his notice ot the celebrities of that town. The doctor was four years a surgeon In the Con federate army, and is a practitioner ol much skill aud experience. And now we shake hands with our Albany triends and wish them a bou voyage o’er life’s tempestuous sea. H. H. J. Dead By Her New Born Babe. from the Setc York Herald. Somerville. A! ass., Nov. 23.—a young woman, pale ami '.ving dead on her wretched bed; anew born baby boy kick ing and yelling bv the side of its dead mother; six small children sleeping peacefully on the floor. Such was the sight that met the eyes of Airs. Murphy as she entered the attic tenement of John Gallagher on Lowell street this morning. She bad heard the baby crying and climbed up tbe nckeiy stairs to otter her congratulation to a corpse. “Where is your father?” asked she ol the eldest child. "I don’t know. He camo home last night, ami mamma told us to keep still and be good because he was tipsy ; so wo went to sleep.” Airs. Murphy found the body of the dead woman was covered with soars and bruises. Tho husband was nownere to bo found. A tenant in tho same house had beard him go stumbling up ihe stairs in the night. 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Among'the many interesting and important papers to be printed in the Magazine during the first year are the remarkable series of UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF THACKERAY, the existence of which has only recently bo- of the groat novelist's life has been hitherto come publicly known, and concerning which possible, fac-timilee if nmubUshfil tiruie- Ihe greatest expectation aud curiosity have inya will accompany the Letter*. been aroused. Their importance and interest will more than justify this. Nothing more Several articles giving very striking per characteristic or of greater autobiographic sonal views of great historic events and pc valuo has been published, ami no such study nods; notable among them EX-MINISTER K. 11. BASH HU HNF.’S REMIMMIFNI'ES OF THE SIEGE A NI) COMMUNE OF Fa HIS- , told by him from his papers, private diaries. I and in communication with the changing go v ' and personal recollection of an experience ermnents during this whole period. 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Mm, Jf„ 30 and 32 Drayton St. SarDiuarr, C?te Planet Jr. Implements HORSE HOES. HORSE CULTIVATORS. HAND CULTIVATORS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE WHEEL HOES "FIRE FLY” GARDEN PLOWS. GARDEN SEED DRILLS. —FOR SALK BY Palmer Bros. ftlUlinri!). Mrs. KATE POWER, 137 St. Julian Street, UP STAIRS, Opposite Southern Express offlee. TMIE LADIES arc invited to examine my New Stamped Goods, Whisk Broom Holder*. Umbrella. Slipper. Knitting, Silk and Crewel Caaea. Duster and Laundry Bags, Pillow Shams, Splashers, Mala and Covers, all sizes. NEW BRAIDS. NEW BRAIDS. Crocheted Patterns only 100. Crocheted Caps, Sacks. l.cggins. .Mittens, Shoes and shu ts for Children. Silk Handkerchiefs—no extra charge for Initial, Embroidery Hoop* and Frames. Wash silks and Ribbon*. t dU Stamping a Specialty, Millinery. Millinery. VT Mrs. Kate Power’s. |ren iitmite. McDGnough&Bailantyne Iron Founders, UachiniNtH, Boiler makers and Blacksmiths. Manufacturers of STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES. VERTICAL UNDER-RUNNER and TOP-RUNNER CORN MILLS. SUGAR MILLS ami PANAoo hand and for sale, all of the best material and lowest prices. Also Agents for the Chicago Tire and Spring Works, and the Improved Kbbermon Boiler Fcoder. a:i orders nromotir attended t o WrJculiU (Trram. A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A 10Y FOREVER. DU. T. FELIX QOUAUD’S Oriental Cream, or Magical Eeantifler, iternwrea Tan, Pirn pint CO a'u —-Am* Pre-.kUa, Moth-Patchat. f.aaS 1,1 * n ’> *'‘ in liaaaaaa 4 “ 4OC Jj 7* * • f- GBG.&zE- tia and d'flea dateettaa. Ii >* •k -i ■* 3 o ■sjipjv ttsKd iLe teat of 30 year*, and SBS* * W _ l*> hmi* at y*3 'fft.' A ' W, J..V It |A h. .Ss W Wftl ,yr, l •• *i>. p-r --3 4 o tmjk. "y" ' fix vff nition a projt. a. £i T V/ s aim; Ur na ma. j2S*f Tb* diatlß- Z * v R-t *■*•< T,r - 1 ,4 j ,4j & ft) t JP J-Tl \ *"• w* /V sf , -jrw V \ wtii uaa f . jßw ) % fAeto, / -•a. b , VJ* rfP.J- Ycfe I rarti’a Ortm wt* fr y. . J fHe tai ' V.C ! ' : tht ■x mtiSL-H" A MX. - <*Ts will It* di hn*n iß'nr It every dvr Also Poudie H ihdU ranovee uerfl>io.i* hair wlthaut Injury to the akin FERD. t. HOPKINS, Manager, 4 I Bond Sireet. N. Y. Far aale by all MniKfiata end ftarj Oooda Daalara ihranfhM* %p Dotted Eltatea. imislm aad Fur spa tT Uawara t baa* Im'tedwtek laUM lUwaad far -raat asul praaf W mug ttiaittrO. TO THE OWNERS Of the following Properties; MINES, LAND, CATTLE RANCHES, PACKING CONCERNS, HOTELS, FLOUR MILLS, POTTED FISH, STEAMSHIPS, MANUFACTURERS, etc. nj'HK undesigned, representing English Jl and Scotch capitalists, desires to open correspondence with reliable parties for the placing of property on European market un > er provisions of Limited Companies Acts. Send all particulars, lowest price, Maps and Copy Title to JOHN GUTHRIE PENN, 94 WEST REGENT BT. f GLASGOW, SCOTLAND. Stoure. Stoves and Utensils. Fit oat mid replenish yoar homes with stoves and household articles from Lovell & Lattimore's, the head snd centre for these Roods in Savannah. LOVELL & LATTIMORE, Hardware, Acorn and Farmer Girl Stove* and Houbc Furnishing Goods, CONQHEB3 STREET. Cold Wave Coming] Y r ou are invited to call and see the prettiest and best lot of Stoves in the city and get prices. Heating; Stoves $2 60 Up. Cooking Stoves $6 Up. CORNWELL & CHIPMAN ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING. Dnrontarr. EDWARD LOVELL & SONS,' 155 Broughton and 138-140 State streets, DEALEHS IN General Hardware, AMMUNITION AND SPORTING GOODS. Muzzle and Breech Loading, Single and Double Barrel Shot Guns. Colt’s Lightning and Winchester Repealing ll lle*. ilnDcvtdltrr. “wTd.Dlxoin, UNDERTAKER, DKALEK IN ALL KINDS OF COFFINS AND CASKETS, ill Hull st. Residence 61) Liberty at. SAVANNAH, QA. Soap. 1,000 Boies Lannflry Soapi FOR SALK BY C. M. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, BOOK BINDING.—Law Book*. Magazines, Music, Bibles, and all kinds of Subscrip tion Hooks, oound m anv style desired at the MORNING NEWS PRINTING HOUSE, 3 Wlntsksr .>treet. savannah. ■ 5