By Rose & Burr,
OAILT JOURNAL & MESSENGER.
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Over vie over MASBenburg * Co.’s Drag Store,
J, W. 9 l H 8 A C O .
jxotors and General Commission
BAY STREET. (SAVANNAH, GA.
T. P. OAKHART. J. B. VAN WAOBNRR.
W. H. WHITPORP. A. T. HANIIiTON.
QARHART, WHITFORD A CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF and DBALBRB IN
Fine, Medium and Coarse
CLO TH IMOS,
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING,
55, 57, 69 and 61 Hudson St.,
NEW YORK CITY. delß
J. R. Walker,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT
OFFICE IN DkLOACHE’S BUILDING, — NOS.
70 and 72 SECOND ST., (Up Stairs)
\IfILL make liberal advances upon COTTON,
X f and consign to the most responsible Houses in
New York. Cotton also bought; highest market
Will take MARINE and FIRE RISKS upon the
host Com pat) ies in Baltimore, which are really the
most responsible on the continent.
General State Agent for the BROOKLYN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York—
whose name Is Its recommendation.
Aoknts, of good business character and respon
sibility, wtll be appointed throughout the State,
upon application to me. Correspondence solicit
ed. Liberal per centage allowed.
duly A _tf
JOURNAL of COMMERCE
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Weekly Paper is ike Country.
The Farmer, the Merchant, the Mechanic, the
Manufacturer, the Professional Man, men of all
employments, and the families of each and all
of them And no paper so well suited to their wants.
Notwithstanding the continued high cost of la
bor and materials, we shall maintain our reduced
scale of prioes for the Wmeg nr Journal of Com-
H khc’B, so as to keep It wUhtn the means of every
family in the laud. The rates will be as follows:
To single subscribers,
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR,
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Twenty copies to one addre55......... 85,000
For every dub or twenty an additional copy will
be given to the person remitting the money.
Money remitted by mail should be addresseil to
76 Beaver street, corner of Hanover,
ma23-tf New York.
40,000 lbs Bacon
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Mulberry Street. -1-*^
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Umll: joiirtial into ittfGSf
K '1 HOTELS, r
21, 28, 36 and 27 Broadway, IT. JT.
orvoams BOWM.IMQ umem?.
•* »*l* BBIIfirjAR FiAJI.
rpHM HWVEKB HOUSE 4s well awLwtdely
A haown to the tWMIUvg public. The location
is especially suitable to merchants and business
■Sou ; ft 18 fa close proximity to the business part
of Uu? city—ls on the highway of Soul hern and
Western travel—and adjacent to all the principal
Railroad and Steamboat depots.
TUeßrrsvKNH House has liberal accommodation
fer over 800 gnesta—it is well ftnrniahed. and pos
seese* every modem iwpmrtmuK for die comfort
and entertainment ol Its inmates. .The rooms are
spacious and well ventilated—provided with gas
ewry delicacy of the season— t modern rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remod
eled, wu are enabled tat offer extra facilities for the
comfort and pleasure of our Quests.
CEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
rjiHR owner of this well-known House, takes
1 pleasure In notifying t|>e Travelling Public
Uiat it has lately been enlarged, and has under
gone thorough refitting. Quests will find the ta
ble supplied with the bestthe country affords, and
a number or polite and attentive servants will be
in attendance. The Proprietor wiU spare no ex
pen e to make It a
Aad from his long experience, lie Hatters himself
that he can please the most fastidious. Meals
ready on arrival of every train
His liar, connected with the House, is stocked
with Hue Liquors, Etc. W. M. McAFEE,
Juno 12-if Proprietor.
ONE SQUA RE WEST OF COURT HOUSE,
D. J. OWEN, - - - - Proprietor.
CHEW AULA HOTEL,
T. D. PATTERSON, Proprietor.
Omnibus running to Depot and Boat Landing
for the House, and to any part of the city.
A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
SAVANNAH, : : : : : GEORGIA
rrUIIS house has been, recently, newly fitted n,
X with tine furniture: has plenty of efficient
servants, and the billot fare cannot be surpassed
in the city. ,
Kates reasonable and sa*isfac‘ion guaranteed,
Nos. 609 & 679 Broadway,
IST B "W YORK.
rhave the honor to inform the traveling public
that 1 have become the Proprietor of this beau
tiful Hotel, and am now painting, frescoing, deco
rating, refurnishing, Ac., in the most splendid
and luxurious style. The Building is of white
marble, live stories high, fronting two hundred
feet on the gayest part of Broadway ; most com
modiously and comfortably arrauged for families
and single persons, and is in one very midst of
the most elegant stores and shops, and the most
fashionable places of amusement.
Elegant coaches and carriages always In readi
ness to convey passengers to and from Railroad
Depots and Steamers.
The proprietor 1b determined that the SOUTH
ERN HOTEL, In no respect, shall be excelled by
any house in this city, and therefore leels confi
dent that he can and will give entire satisfaction
to his friends and the traveling community,
Late of Kentucky,
UNDER POST-OFFICE, Lanier House build
ing, keeps a neat and tasty barber shop, lree
from any objectionable features, and at all times
orderly, and supplied with every convenience,
and skilful employees. His
Is nicely arranged, and Baths of any kind are
ABFfl ’erras reasonable. '
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING completed our arrangements, we are
now prepared to furnish I O E—as CHEAP
ss any other House in Middle Georgia,
either by the POUND, the BLOCK, or CAR-LOAD.
Residents of the city will find it to their advantage
to give ue a call, as we have also got a choice slock of
FAMILY GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
AH orders from .the country, accompanied with the
CASH, will be attended to. with promptness and
dispatch. O’NEIL & DEMFSu'.
■ , No. 42 Third Street,
July g ts ’ Floyd Hohse bqilcjipg.
13 T7IST DRIEST
FU)UR-HAI> AND WHOLE SACRS,
75 Kegsfure Leaf Lard.
Thirty Barrels Damaged Meal at $1.75.
Bacon Sides ami Shoulders.
TEN TIERCES CAROLINA RICE.
FIFTEEN HOGSHEADS MOLASSES.
TWENTY BARRELS SYRUP.
THIRTY BAGS 810 COFFER.
A. B. 4 C. SUGARS.
Sugar-Cured & Canvassed Hams,
SEYMQUft, JOHNSON & CO.
Macon, inly j».c ..: -7 ■■ ’ 3
.. - 11 ll y r ™Blw'ii* W;
40 “ HDa B B^S, .i"/iS louu^
BEYMODE, JOHNSON & 00.
100 aAC ‘‘ 3 “""“W -
■ 1 - SEYMOUR, JOHNSON * CO.
July 9. «t
MUM MESS Mpil.
6R.C ARDS inserted at the rate of 35 a quarter.
M A HONE & WILDER, at the ISAACS HOUSE.
Shaving, bhampoontog, Hair Cutting and
Dressing; liair and whisker* Dyed. Also, Cup
ping and Leeching;
Private Boarding.—L. Phillips!' Boarding
House, corner Fourth and Cherry streets.
Quests furnished with pleasant rooms and table
supplied with the best in the market. Tern.,
CrNELL, W. A., near Railroad Depot, (east end),
O Is prepared to receive transient and private
boarders at reasonable prices. Quests furnished
wit h pleasant rooms, and table furnished with the
best in the market.
BOOKS - AND STATIONERY.
B OARSMAN, J. M., Washington Hall Building,
96 Mulberry street. Law, Medical, School and
Miscellaneous Books, Blank Books, Stationery,
Drawing Materials, etc.
IJOKKE A CO., J. W., Dealers in Books and Sta
t) tionery, and all the Novelties of the Trad*.—
Book and Job Printing. Blank Books manufac
tured. Second street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
f \OX, JOHN W. t Dealer in Ladies’, Misses’ and
\j Children’s fine Philadelphia made Shoes.—
Gents’ fine Pump and Stitched Boots. Sole Leath
et, Calf Skins, Eke. Masonic Hail Building, Cot
MEYER, M. S.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Boots and Shoes. Cherry street, store form
erly occupied by R. B. Clayton—next to Zeilin’s
MIX A KIKTL.AND, Wholesale and Retail deal
ers in Boots, Shoes, Leather, Lasts, Shoe Pegs
and Shoe Findings. No. 3 Cotton Avenue.
CfTBONQ A SONsI L. P., Wholesale and Retail
O dealers in Boots and Shoes, Second street, op
posite First National Bank.
ciINGLETON, HUNT k CX)., Wholesale and Re-
O tail dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Va
lises, Umbrellas, etc., Mulberry street.
SHEA, J. L., Merchant Tailor, 61 Mulberry street,
second door from corner of 3d bt.
TURPIN & HERTZ, No. 90 Cherry St.—Whole
sale and Retail—Men and Boys Clothing made
to order lor our trade.
W INSHIP k CALLAWAY, in 2d street. Full
assortment of Men, Boys and Freedmen’s
LONG, F. M m Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Confectioneries, and ail kinds of Fruits. Man
ufacturers of fine Candles, Cakes, Etc. Best brands
of Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, etc. No. 66 Cherry st.
FLINT, T. J„ Wholesale and Retail dealer in
China, Glass and Crockery Ware, Kerosene
Utl and Lamps, House Furnishing Goods,etc. No.
80 Mulberry street, opposite Lanier House.
QROWE, Dentist, office over Payne’s Drugstore.
Alexander a white, no. 2nd street.
Dry Goods, Trimmings, Fancy'Articles,etc.
FEUCHTW ANGER A Cos., E.. 43 Second street,
Triangular Block, the old reliahle Wholesale
and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Hats and Shoes. Orders from abroad promptly
filled. - _ |
ijiLORSHEIM BRO’S, Wholesaleand Retail deal
-1 ers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, -Hosiery, etc,, Second street, comer
alley. -t,- .
Cl UERNBEY, E. K., Cherry st., next to T. W,
3T Freeman’s. Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Crockery, ete. ;
NEW YORK STORE.—B. WAXKI.BATJk A Bro.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers m Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, & Shoes, etc,. 47, Second street,
NUSSBAUM A DANNENBERG, No. 14 Cotton
Avenue, Wholesale and Retail dealers in Dry
and Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc.
ROBERTS, C. P.. Dealer in Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, Notions, Etc., 45 Second street Xri=-
ROSS A CO., B. F. Dry Goods, etc. down stairs;
I’nrnlture, etc. up stairs. No. Cherry street.
fvLLIS, THEO. W., No. Cherry street. Drugs,
Cf Chemicals, Ac. Prescriptions carefully pre-
Y>AYNE, GEORGE, Wholesale and Retail deal
m. er in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy and
and Toilet Articles, Glass, Putty, Paints Oils, Ac.,
cornet' Mulberry street and Cotton AVenue.
T)ETER A BLACKSHEAR, Wholesale and Re
£ tail dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery,
Choice Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, Surgical
instruments, etc,, corner Third and Mulberry sts.
fctREEMAN, T.. W., No. —Cherry Street. Fami-
JP ly Supplies, Wines, Fruits, Game, Confection
/S.REER A LAKE, No. 66 Third street. Grocer-
VI ies. Provisions, W)nes, Confectionaries, whole
sale and retail.
CALIiAWAY, M. P„ Dealer In Furniture. Car
peffings, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Coffips,
etc.. Fourth street, near Cherry,
CT TJERNBEY, 1
REICHERT, F., Uphosterer and Cabinet-Maker,
No. 39 Third street. Spring Mattresses and
Furniture on hand. Repairing executed with
WT OOD, THOMAS, Agent,next to Lanier House,
W dealer in Flue Furniture, Chairs, Mattresses,
Parlor- Seths. Chamber Setts, Metalic Cases and
Coffins, all styles.
STROBERG, CHAS. J.,JJas Fitter and Plumber.
Rootling cmd Guttering. Distillery and Plumb
Wurk. Floyd House Building, Third street.
Anderson a son; j. h„ no. - 3d street, next
door to Hardeman A Sparks’ Warehouse,
Groceries and Plantation Supplies qvißhalesale
and retail. r
BURDICK & BRO., No. - 3d street, two doors
from Hardeman A Sparks’ Warehouse. Pro
duce—Corn, Oats, Hay, etc.
BOWDRE a ANDERSON, No. - Cherry Street,
rear of burnt corner. Groceries and .Planta
tion supplies. „if. , \ ( . , ,
TTiAKMEK, JOHN, gomer Cherry street and Cot-
I? ton Avenue. Provisions, fresh Country Pro
TONES, BAXTER * DAY, No. -Oottott Avenue.
V Produce, Dime. eta.
LAWTON A LAWTON, No. -4th street,dealers
ATEGRATH A PAtXEßSON r Mulberry st, op
lYi poslte Lanier House, a general assortment ol
family Supplies, at wholesale and retail. ___
Af ORGAN A DUNLAP,
ill Grocers and Commission
fourth and Mulberry streets.
Hodgkins A SON, D.C m Dealers In fore At*
Kishiiiu Tackle and Sportkm Good*. Kan
i and Pistol Material alwaytilS?h2iKL No. 8
Mulberry street. s
TMTcHENRY, PETER, Gunsraithing imd ngM
iU ins. The best Gunsmiths’ jMteiHtfSKlPi
on hand. All kinds of work doneintbußSfiM
nor. with neatness and dispatch. No. «4 I
CARHART A CURD, No. - CherrjH
ware, Iron, Steel, Cutlery, etc.. «i.^
UARKAit t TROUTMAN, Thlnldu»eLW/'fc
I; Cherry and Mulberry, WhoMsfirt. .1 f'r
dealers iu Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, StorjjH % : l'/
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tITRIGLEY & KNOTT No. «A **m-
JH?°, r 1 10 \xpresa Office. Hard^«c ; -p
Steel, Cutlery, Ac. ,»
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HOHSK-Slgg ‘ t* >
T7TZKL, ADAM, Horse Bhoei%joj > V?Js& ■
-Cl tween Plum and Pine. W.jrtsji
Macon, Ga., Saturday, August 10, 1807.
HOTELS. ... : >vlgi
DROWN HOUBE. opposite Passenger Depofcoji
r> 4th street. K. K. Brown A Son, pmprieEetfclf
XSA ACS’ HOUSE, Ckerry street, between
ith streets. Emanuel l*aa<ah|»opnetor.
LANIER HOUSE, Geo. M. Logan, Proprietor,
Mulberry street. Free Omnibus aad Boggage-
National hotel, 4th street, tidar Ptuwenger
Depot. B. F. Dense A Son, Proprietors.
PLANTERS’ HOTEL-Chenystr*ot,beiVeen 3d
JT uaMthsarehtt. AJOsaMiqi.Propriotqr.
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TOHNSTON a OO. r E. J., dealers to W*tches.
O Jeweiry, Silver and Plated Ware, corner of
Second and Mulberry streets.
manner. Casa paid for old gofilorSilvW, or token
WING, !«. H., dealar to
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired.
LIVERY and SALE STABLE, Plnm street, op,
Smite Passenger Depot, A. W. Chapman,
Agent. Beet of Saddle Horses, Hacks, Buggies,
etc., tor hire on reasonable terms. The best of
Stock kept for sale. ‘ v*" ■"
MAGISTRATE. ;J M
p RANNISS, £. C., office in Journal and Mee-
Vj eenger building, corner Cberry and Third ata; 1
I ustice of the Peace and General Insurance Agent,
MANUFACTURING. ' . ."'1
HOLDRIDGE A GUERNSEY, Manufacturers
of Sash, Blinds. Dbors, etc.; also, Carpenter
ing Work generally, •Dixie Works,’ Cherry
facturer and Dealer in Steam Engines, Boil
ers, Circular Saws, Grist Mills, Castings and Ma
chinery in general.
T AE9SAU. Mrs. F., No. 68, Mulberry street. Mil
-17 iinery, Dry Goods, Bmbroidery, Trimmings
HOWLANDTMrsT M. A., Millinery (foods. Stnvw
Goods, Silks, Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons,
Laces, etc., 44 Second street.
STAMPINgI:MF*ORIUM, Mrs. H. C. Poole., AB
kinds of Stamping done with neatness ana dis
patch. Braiding, ana the latest Drees Patterns for
Ladies and Children of every style and variety,
o. 82 Mulberiy street.
PUGH’S Fine-Art Gallery, Triangular Block—
A Life-like Pictures of every style and variety.
The place ior a fine Likeness.
TWIDDLE’S PHOTOGRAPHIC TO.MPr.B!
XV Mulberry ancfifcecond streets, the most ext n
slve establishment of the kind in the South. *
~ “ PHYSICIANS.
office on 3d street in Floyd House.
T)LACKSHEAR,J. EMMETT, office at Peter A
JJ Blacksliear’s, corner of Mulberry and 3d sts.
Residence on Walnut street.
-TUTZGERALD A NOTTINGHAM, office on
I? Cherry street, over E. Bonds. Residences—
SSkisr M aud pine Btreet; wottii ? g -
METTAKUR, H. A., office over Masseuburg,
Son A Harris’, corner of 3d and Cherry sts.
MAGRUDER, A, L. C. Residence and office
corner of First and Pine Streep.
TIOMLIN A GUERNSEY, Dealers in
plain and nyugh. Bills, of any size, promptly
piled, anp shipped to any point. Third street.'lfrL
joining Artope’s Marble Yard.
IjILLS, H. N., Mulberry street, opposite Lanier
J2j House—Meals at all hours, Mue Liquors al
ways on hand.
D ASDAL a CO., L. W.. No. 08 Cherry street, tm-
XV der Journal and Messenger— Meals at all hours.
Fine Liquors always on hand.
BERND g., Manufacturer and Wholesale and
.s®™“ ? ea it r J n Saddlery apd Harness Goods,
done in best style and with dispatch.
and Carriage Trimnilngs, Bhoe-Findingß Gla
Bands, Machine Belting, etc. Cherry street
TIENNER, JOHN, Brilliant Saloon, No, 45 Third
Jj street. Best of Wines, Llqnora afid Cigars
always on hand. « ,
T AWRENCeT GEO. D. ACO« Uher- i
Tables—at all hours. Very best Llq)ior°,°ani||iMj
ltte attention to customers,
QINGER'B Family Sewing Machine is
O and only Machine that will do all kfHH
Family Sewing. The Singer Manufacturing (M
Second street, W. L. Seward, Agent, h
T?AIdKNER & BURR, cor. Ckeby and 9d BtrctE
X 1 trp stairs, dealer in Stoves and Tin-ware.
pairing and Roofling exeented. f
Af oELROY, W. J., wholesale lii MiH
IVI in Tin, Stoves, Copper, Mid hOB
Copper Articles, Tin-ware, etc., 3
tween Cherry aud Poplar street AjH
A .l ASBENBURG, BON & HA W
iVI icals. Patent Med cfnes; AaM
nnd Tliird streets. PreseripfW
ROSS A SON, J. 8., Dry oM
ies, Ac., corner 2and and
TAGGERS A SON, GEO.T.,Groceii
XV sioa Mevchwats, No. 52 .Cherryl®
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[vmnitr iAhnoAft Mj'-moti
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O iRKSi? tny other Uo£ is
Macon XijtMML- imu
150 boxes Caadlea. 4<|> saeka B«tt, tu»«pool «(4
Virginia. ftHaaek* N'ewFictu*. lOOsßckaOiiffee. 75
barreis choice Liquors and Win**. Ts barrels Lard
100 hhds. B*co». 26 barrels Mackwai and UsddofiA
100 kags Nails. 5,000 Ibe. White Lead. 200 boxy
SO K»WB r BGSi«O* U DQZ6B liofl
Fish. 50 dozen. Brooms. 60 bbls. Stewart’s Su|».
90 bbla Coppwelr^M—
-50 TtVNS IBOJf TIES.
A MO* 1 "Uftr Miu« used, and (n
W feet order.
We want to Dried Peochee, and will pey
Mercbil Building and loan
> 1 ManuiATTfiY
Tkr i for the “ Merchants
XJ* Association” have been
on «4.T. R. Bloom. The capital
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WM. MAH ’
J. V. <>RIH *»
I* WILL fill orders for rEACHES, pntUng'thein
In bushel boxM, in good ofUer, piokol to suit
the distance at tu» dollars a box, will send them
as directed o’n thfrnecelpt of 12,00.
My Fostofiffifris Macon, Ga.
X JAMES TINLEY.
Jny 131st. tw
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FOURTH STREET, /"w
M AGON, Or B^Ol
AD- Ordera, aop'nnpanied by theea^^fl
.HSk ■ 1
hadhaome twouty y
system. The exterua i applies
necuaeary preparation of «(g
remedial agents, may be dexqf
TliW Mineral spring, and ms
tog art, should indue, thosaia
lc diseases to coiue and bebtß
teatiph shall be given to iwv*
tyspepsia. Affections of Ehfi
k . Dillon sand
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