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MAC Q*N. (t KO RG IA:
TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6.
Cooutugr on* the Votes—A Proposition.
In view of the general anxiety to hear the
result of presidential election, and in order to
second the movement ofthe Telegraph to grati
fy this desire, we suggest that, as soon as the
polls shall he closed, the Superintendents shall
assort and count out the various tickets, so as to
ascertain the number given to each. If this he
done, the vote at the heaviest-box in the State
can be ascertained within the space of an hour.
The Superintendents can afterwards, and at
their leisure sound the names of the candidates,
and formally record the votes given to each.
Will the daily press of the interior call atten
tion to the suggestion?
We call the attention of our Poll Instructors
to the foregoing suggestion from the Savannah
ELECTION DAY IN ATLANTA.
The Atlanta papers contain the following no
tice, and we commend it to consideration here:
Believing that it will be conducive to the
peace and harmony of the citizens, it is most
respectfully reouested by the ft ay or and Coun
cil of the city of Atlanta, that the keepers of
Bar-rooms and retail houses, will close the same
ou the 6th instant, the daf*of the election.
Nov, 3, I860.- WM EZZARD, Mayor.
Tiie People for Union.—Whatever may be
the nefarious schemes of gambling politicians,
for dissolving the Union, the people will not suf
fer it. Throughout the rural districts, there is
not one man in ten who will sustain the disun-
ionisL We heard a day or two ago of ten or
twelve planters from Twiggs county, Breckin
ridge men, who were in East Macon anxiously
enquiring about the contemplated fusion; but
getting no positive information, remarked, if
there was no common ticket, they should vote
for Bell and Everett, for they were no disunion-
IsL And tliat is the sentiment of three-fourths
of the people of Georgia.—Macon Telegraph.
We cut the foregoing from the Augusta Chron-
cle & Sentinel of Saturday last. That paper
has committed an error in accrediting the para
graph to the Telegraph, and as to the truth of
the statement that three-fourths of the people
will vote for Bell & Everett, to morrow will de
GEN. CALL ON LINCOLN’S ELECTION.
The Tallahassee Floridian & Journal of the
3d instant makes the following note of a recent
g|Htecn-pr fiA u c n $——*j—
Bell and Everett club of Tallahassee. General
Call is a leading spirit, of the party in Florida,
jjuid heretofore known as a strong Union man.
Gen. Call addressed the Bell and Everett club
on Monday night last. The General was lis
tened to with respect and attention. He viewed
the election of Mr. Lincoln as almost certain. If
so, he would be a usurper, elected upon princi
ples outside of the Constitution. Elevated to
office bv a sectional faction with the avowed ob
ject of destroying the institutions of the South,
he would be the President of that faction, and
not of the.United States. He would either be a
traitor to his party or his country. Southern
men should resist his administration at its be
ginning—their honor, safety and interest re
quired them to do so. He hoped there would
be'no division upon this subject in the South.
He said no patriotic man in the South should
accept office under his administration. W ith-
out the aid of Southern men to fill the offices,
Mr. Lincoln could not carry on the government
His friend Col. Blackburn had announced his
intention to resign the office of United States
Marshal, to take effect on the 4th of March next.
He honored him for his determination, and hoped
all others jn office, would follow his patriotic ex
For the Telegraph.
Before I knew thee, I am told
Thy heart was light and free;
For nature wore her smiling face.
And all was peace with thee.
Thy parting lips and pearly teeth,
And brow so white and fair.
Were beautiful as the roses In
Thy dark and shining hair.
That silvery voice, that voice so sweet.
Ran loud ia laughing glee,
As o'er tue dewy hills thy feet,
Bounded in ecstacy.
The smiles danced on thy rosy cheek,
And o'er thy loveiy face,
Like sunshines playful little freaks
In some sweet shady place.
That lonely, dark and sunless day—
Ah! can I e're forget!
When not one single cheering ray
Smiled on ns when -we met ?
The hopes which nestled In thy breast
Had yielded to the sighs, „
And to the starting tears which filled
Those vacant, mournful eyes.
No! never can the flight of years.
Those sacred scenes efface,
-When hope had fled, and those sad tears
Came trickling down thy face.
Grief coldly nissed thy smiles away—
Thy heart so dreary now,
Sets fast its seal of sadness on
That pale and thoughtful brow.
But, dear one, I had rather look
Upon those tearful eyes,-*
And gaze into theif deep dark depths
Where dreamy sorrow lies,
And grasp that soft white hand of yonrs,
And soothe that sching brow,
Than look npon the brightest face
That beams npon me now.
That weary heart shall yet repose,
When love’s sweet soothing tones
Shall still those inward, deep drawn sighs
And hujh those plaintive moans.
As passing clouds their drops shed down
Upon the drooping flowers.
They liftIheir heads, with beauty crowned.
And greet-the gentle shofwers.
So love's bright rainbow tinted cloud,
Shedding ita 4 ew I spray.
Will wrap the* in its misty shroud
And melt thy griej'away.
And tranquil peace which knows no pain
Thy future-honrs shall bless,
And bind the flowers ofhope again
. Upon thatanow white breast.
And may those flowers In fragrance bloom
Andwaft their gentle sighs/
Overfly pulseless heart, when Meat if
*BhallUdthj spirit rise,
.- To those etherisl heavenly spheres
la that bright realm above,
When, through the endless flight at years,
Istaaisght but changeless Iota.
' YOfiN Uf. KEIN & qo.
HEAD QUARTERS PPR DRESS GOOD8.
jrax received, a kag uicent stock of.
VELVET AftD"OfcOTH COATS,!
NiW AND ELEGANT SILKS.
iBRIDAL AND EVENING SILKS
VELVET BROCHA SILKS.
HILK .ROBES, VERT RICH, AT $25—1 VALANTS
JUST RECEIVED AT
KE1N (& CO’S.,
ELEGANT DRESS GOODS.
MERINOS, DeLAINS, &c.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
CARPETING AND RUGS,
VELVET, BRUSSELS AND THREE PLY CARPETS.
MATTING, &c., &C.
• PLANTATION GOODS
CHEAP FOE CASH. *
JOHN Kr KEIN SnCti’S!,
SECOND SVP|H(3£ ! XfeC0N, GEORGIA.
““ lilltl) TRIES
I S the universal complain* of evrty body engaged in
business, and as
A. Gr. BOSTIC^. -
Has just opened his
Palace of Fashion,
With an immense Stock ot Fancy and Staple DRY
GOODS purchased at prices to suit the emergency of
the times, lie can, and will offer such inducements to
his customers as to make them forget the present pres
sure. ' -
Just received a splendid stock of CLOAKS and
SHAWLS, and many NEW STYLES of
DRESS GOODS !
Which the ladies should »ee before purchasing, an the
prices will astonish the visitors and recommeud the
QUICK SALE of the Goods.
Call and see my stock of Carpeting and Curtain Goods.
I can sell them cheap. A. G. BOSTICK.
*Macon, Oct. 27th, 1860.
- i i si i mnwfeiiiini'iMi i
350,000 lbs. Assorted Swi
5,000 lbs. Cast
5,000 lbs. Nail
100 English Ai
75 “ Vi
I Crabs and Hoops.
. ..'Steel. " *
p ; V
_ _ t Tob__
l acres at cleared
and four hn
heavily timbered, 1
road facilities, lyin
Booth Western Rail
' ~ ON, within five
_ _ 6f the Ocmul-
, There are seven hnn-
u,n.t hundred of wooded*
of rich bottom lands, very
jssing all the advantages of Rail-
Oti the Macon & Brunswick and
ids. There are time Improvements
Front Store, , •
. • CHERRY STREET.
'ARE, CUTLERY,* &c_ .
,000 Pair Trace Chains,
jr 100 Dozen Assorted Hoes,
1,000 Kegs “ Nails.
Together with a larLe Stock of every thing nsually kept
In their line. Call and see.
CARHART A CURD,
, oct 31 Iron Front, Cherry Street.
’ -of every kiad on the place, dwelling, idat-mmses, • &C.
The crop can be seen oa the place." -
. Will b e sold on the meet reasonable terms. „
- Aug 24-3 .J. H. ANDREWS. "
A Great Bargain.
A HOUSE and lot near the Female College, in the^city
Aa. oi Macon, for sale, cheap for cash, having six rooms,
with fireplaces in five of them, with good double kitch
en, smokehouse and stable, with a good well of water on
the lot. The lot contains half acre, and is convenient
to the business part of the city, and to the College and
other male or female Schools, and a very desirable place.
Any one wishing to purchase would do well to examine
the premises. « E. C. GRANNISS,
B. A. ^VISE’S.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS,
SILVER-WARE, FANCY GOODS,
PIANOS, GAS FIXTURES,
FINE GUNS, CUTLERY, &c.
P UBLIC attention is respectfully solicited to one of
the largest and most elegant selection of Goods in
our line ever offered in this market, which will be sold
on terms competing favorably with any first class estab
lishment in the country.
An examination of our stock without designing pur
chases is respectfully solicited,
oct 30 E. J.‘ JOHNSTON & CO.
D IAMONDS and other precions stones in full sets and
single pieces—a most elegant selection at low
prices, at [oct 30] E. J. JOHNSTON & CO’S.
S ILVER WARE of every variety, warranted sterling
925-lOOOths and pure coin 900-1000ths fine. A stock
of $6,000 to $10,000 always on hand and for sale on the
best terms, by [oct 30] E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
S ILVER PLATED WARE, in Waiters, Goblets, Bask-
ets. Castors, Candle Sticks, Ice Pitchers and Fruit
Stands, Liquor Castors, Pickle Jars, &c., &c. The larg
est and most elegant selection ever offered in the State,
just received ana for sale at the best rates by
oct 30 E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
C LOCKS.—A fine lot of One and Eight Day, Alarms,
&c.. warranted and for sale by
oct 30 E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
"I and other celebrated maxers. Wafmifietf luf’iunr,
durability, and all qualities required fo/ a first class in
strument, equal to any made. Also a fine lot of Piano
Covers, Stools, Violins, Guitars, Strings, &c., just re
ceived and for sale at low prices, by
oct 30 E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
F INE TABLE CUTLERY in Rosewood and Mahoga
ny cases. The finest lot ever exhibited in this
market, for sale by E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
T>OCKET CUTLERY of Rogers & Sons, and Wosten-
JT holm’s genuine make just opened by
oct 30 E. J; JOHNSTON & CO.
OUBLE GUNS of Lamcnatod Steel and Stub Twist
Barrels. Colt’s Pistols, &c., just received by
oct 30 E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
B RIDAL PRESENTS—An elegant selection of Fan
cy Articles, suitable as Bridal and other presents,
by [oct 30] E. J. JOHNSTON & CO:
GREER & LAKE.
Third-st., Macon. Ga.
O UR Stock .is now complete with one of the largest
and best assortments of Pnvc Brandies, Wines,
Whiskies. Ram and Gin, In every »tylc.packagc. Cigars
from $125 to $10 per thousand. Tobaccos ot the finest
Oraimfe Coftoty Bitter.
We have an Arrangement to receive weekly, large ship-
mems of the best “Table Batter,” on consignment, and
will supply tha trade at New York prices, adding-ex
penses. Also, a general assortment or every article usu-
ally kept in a"first class Grocery Store.
We guarantee satisfaction in quality and prices, and
ask pne ami all who wish to bny, to give ns a call.'
t# r erms as favorable as any house in the city.
J. F. GREER,
FRANCIS LAKE, Late Greer & Freeman.
Late with J. B. & W. A. Ross.
inn Peach Blow, Mercer, and Pure Potatoes In
1UU store and ior safe by GREER A LAKE.
CABBLS. Red, White and Silver Skin Onions jnst re-
JU ceivcd by GREER * LAKE.
r7C PACKAGES New Crop Mackerel, all sizes and
/ J numbers, arriving l>aay at
GREER & LAKE’S.
AC KEGS New Leaf Lard, at .
&\J - GREER & LAKE'S.
*7ansk .4" m
■J C BBLS. Fresh anfl hew Buckwheat Flour, with Don-
ij ble Extra Golden Syrup, on tup at
oct 31 ' GREEP. & LAKE’S.
FOR CHAPPED LIPS.
GLYCERINE CREAM, *
I N Apple, Cherry, Acorn and other flavors, handsome
for the toilet.
Ox Marrow, Cocoene, Bears Oil, &c., for the huir.
Lilly White, Man Far, Rouge and Pink Saucers for the
Benzene, Spaulding’s Glne, Diamond Cement, Silver
Soap, for cleaning Plated Ware, Silver, &c.
Honey, Brown, Windsor, Barber and other Soaps.
Men Fur Bales, Powder Puffs, Gum Elastic Rings,
Buffalo, Horn, and India Rubber Combs, both dressing
Cox’s Gelatine, Lyon’s Powder.
Flavoring Extracts of Rose, Lemon, Strawberry,
Celery. Nutmegs, Almond andall flavors.
oct 18 2EILIN & HUNT.
T’HIS House has become noted for everything necessa-
» a class Hotel.- Witltfn a few minutes walk
ofthe centre of the city. It Is unsurpassed in atten
tive servants, good table, and comfortable rooms. The
Traveller and Boarder will find pleasant accommoda
tions on reasonable terms. The whole is qnder the su
Mr* FLINT * SON, who will spare
i ^ ™t t ‘M° bUS *' tJ,e P nblic who 8 lve themacal). /
Opposite the Passenger House, Macon, Ga.
By E. E^EEOWN & SON.
Maals ready on the arrival of every Train. The pro
prietors will spare no wains to make their gneata com
fortable. - ■ TteMd-ty
GUPS AND SAUCERS!
now in non m rax ax^s it
B0LSHAW 4? HERZOG,
noT * d No 11 Cotton Avenue.
THE VICTOR COOKING STOVE,
AT . .
jB. A." WISE’S.
IE Y: e S a .e ! .
At B. A. WISE’S.
A SPLENDID ASSOUTBFNTT
B. A. WISE’S.'
BRASS & IRON ANDIRONS!
Macon, Oct 30th d-tf
B. A. WISE’S.
L. D. WELCOXSON & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Carriages & Harness of .Every Descript’n,
Have removed to their
N«iw and Spacious Warehouse,
Second Street, next door to the Baptist Church,
MACON, GA. -
T HEY have in store at all prices and for sale on the
most reasonable terms a complete assortment of t
Phietons. > ;
Of their own manufacture.
Exclusive sale of Asa Miller’s celebrated BRAT-
Philadelphia Harness, Trunks andYffises, Sole Leath
er, from the best makers.
Heavy and light Plantation Wi
of the best possible description.
All work warranted- V - ’.
WANTED TO BOOTOW
TTPQN such termaas may be agreed npon by the pnr-
vJ ties. For whi^i note* and good security will be
BANK tOI’E LOST.
i note being nuinbered 168, bearing date September
8G6, lettered B, anfl signed H. M. North, Cashier, has.
YY/”HRREAS, the right half of a Bank Note for Fifty
▼ ▼ Dollars, of the Rank of Middle Georgia, at Macon,
saidne* -1 "* 1 J i * ’
been lost. • JHHjHjHHH
Notice is hereby givpiLthat three months after the date
hereof, I will apply tO fiftfdBank for a renewal of the
said note. THOMAS TEMPLE. '
Wilkinson county, October 8, I860.
Lost «r INislaid.
A FEW WEEKS ago, somewhere in the city of Macon
a striped CARPET BAG, eonsiderably wdrn, with
the letters “ G. G. Grifiin, Ga.,” cut with a knife on the
plate of the lock. It^;ontains wearing apparels and pa
pers of "feat value to the owner only. Tw^finder will
bn suitably rewarded by leaving the Carpet Bag at this
nov 1 d lw=*
A GENTLEMAN who can come well recommended as
a person of good habits, 1ind entirely capable of
teaching all the branches of an English education, is
wanted t© take charge of the Academy ip this plaCe, the
ensuing year. The school will consist of both boys and*-
girl®, and for thepresent year pavs near $1,000. Address
• TRUSTEES OLINTON ACADEMY,,
oct 30 d-tf Clinton, Ga. *
* NEGROES FOR $4LE.
P RIME BLACK BOY, field hand, 17 years old; prime
black Girl, 17 years old, field hand and a qualified
seamstress both in cutting and sewing,
oct 11 d»tf J. B. ALLGOODr
A FEW REGULAR BOARDERS .can be accommo
dated in a quiet and pleasant part of the city, and
convenient to business, on applying to
Oct. 4r. AMOS BENTO^L
. For Sale or Rcut,
A HOUSE and LOT on Walnut street. Apply to
sept 3 JAMES MEARA.
- For Sale or Kent,
rpHE large two story Dwelling, opposite the Primitive
Baptist Church, on Fourth street, containing 3 very
large rooms, brick kitchen, 'with 2 rooms and brick
smoke bouse, well with pump in the yard, all having re
cently undergone thorough-xepairs. Also 2 new one sto
ry dwellings, jusft completed, near the Magazine. Pos
session given the 1st of Octobe
Macon, Sept 21,1860-
T^HE Store now in course of renovation between A.
X Ayres and C. Hacse. Apply to
oct 18 d-tf IJ. HORNE.
D AYID ROSS has removed his Bookbindery toCottoji
Avenue, next door to Parker’s Dry Goods Store
near Mulberry street, where he will be pleased to wai
npon his enstomers and friends.
The Southern Farmer,
A NEW supply of the above valuable book, just re
ceived at BOARDMAN’S
A LL persons indebted to the late firm ot Menard &
Burghard, are requested to come forward and make
immediate payment, or their accounts will he placed in
other hands for collection, as I wish to close up the old
B EARING the endorsement j
Planter, David Dickson,'!
MOST VALUABLE FER
is kept constantly on hand and for sale|)y
Macon, Oct. 26,1S60. T. T. WTCHE.
* * *—^
Interesting to all
Who owe the late firm of C. CAMPBELL & SOS
THIE undersigned again urges thoset indebted to the
above firm to call and settle, at thesame time noti
fying such parties as maybe in arrears after the first day
of January neit, that their claims will be placed in the
hands of an Attorney for collection.
Office—Over L. P. Strong & Son’s Shoe store on Sec
ond street. THOMAS K. CAMPBELL,
oct 2G-d2w W’lm Survivor.
Journal & Messenger copy lm.
Paluts, Oil and Glass.
1 K Ann POUNDS PURE LEAD,
IJjUUU 3,000 lbs. Pure No. 1 Zinc,
200 Boxes Glass, all sizes;
Linseed Oil and Turpentine. For
GEO. T. ROGERS &
jVCacon [Prices Current.
BALE ROPE—Hand spun....
• ft lb
■ ft »>
• ft lb
• ft lb
tb . .s.
• ft B> -
OOFEKB—Hio .«.• j *
.ft ib ....
• ft lb
• ft tt
CEMENT— $ t>bl 2 75 @300
FISH—Mackerel, No. 1 ¥ bbl 18 00 @22 00
“ No. 2 $ bbl 1700 @1800
“ No. 3 « bbl...j. 9 00 @1200
FLOUR—Superfine low grades % bbl 7 50 @1500.
_ Standard @ bbl-.... 8 00 @850
Extra $ bbl....*. 8 50 @9 00
Eamily p bbl ' 9 00 @1000
Choice Exlra » bbl 9 00 @1000
GRAIN—Barley # bushel.. 160
Corn .' /...$! bushel.. 95 @100
Oatif. bushel. 70 @ 86
Rye .<W bushel. 1 50
Wheat p bushel. 2 00 @2l2jf
Bran -S 1001b?.. 125 @ 150
M«al ft bushel. 1 15 @155
HIDES * ft lb D © 10
GUANO-*Peuvian -ft lOOlbs.. 315 @330
American, or Jarvis
Island f lOQlbs.. 225 '@260
Reese Manipulated., ft lOOlbs . 280 @800
Mapes’superphosphate of limeft loffibs.. 280 @300
GUNNYBA<#5—New ft bag.... 14 @ 00
Second hand..ft bag.... JO @ 00
GUNPOWDER ft keg.... 6 50 @700
HAY—Northern ..........ft lOOlbs.. 170 @190
Eastern..*. ft lOOlbs.. 180 @200
IRON—American ft 5> 3}£@ 4M
Swedes « ft fi> 434@ 5J4
Castings..... ft lb 3L@ 5
KERSEYS ♦ ft yard.... 16 @ 28
LARD—Inbarrels ;..ft tt>...*.. 15 @ 16
In kegs—New ft B) 16X@ 17
LIME—Philadelphia * .. ft hhds.. .00 00 @0000
Thoin&ston & Shelby.,ft bbl 200 @225
LEAD—Bar ...ft ffi. ' ~
crop...... ft gallon..
No new Molasses.
In hogsheads. ..ft gallon.. 33 @ 36
NAILS.a. ft lb.....* 4 @ 4M
NEGRO SHOES pair.... 1 25 @ 150
OIL—B|»rm ft gallon.. 125 @ 175
'Owner's SSbl 1200 @1400
Lratiee 11 ft gallon.. 85 @100
“ -boiled ft gallon.. 90 @110
POTASH 1 ft #>..._. 7 @ 9
ComMtrated ft lb 18 @ 20
Ba*rafsSouaeni...ft pair.,.. 1 ft) @160
PORK—Mtmipv, ft bbl 1800 @2000
Rump..... ft bbl 0600- @0000
8 @ 10
85 @ 87
STABCB-No. 1 ....
Ward A Cary....
WOOL HATS I
bbl.r... 8 00 @360
bbl 2 26 @260
bbl. ... 3 26 @350
Fort Valley Railroad Hotel lor
I N consequence ofthe bad health of oneof theproprie-
torsand the manager of this Hotel, we are compelled
to offer it at private sale. It Is now doing a splendid busi
ness, and may be regarded as among the best invest
ments in Middle Georgia- For terms, &c., address
GARKE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
oct 20-d lm Fort Valiey.
Augusta Dispatch and Columbus Sun copy one
Cooking Stove at Private Sale.
O NE large Cooking Stove, very little used, will bo
sold cheip by ■ . J. J. MILLER,
oct 31 Auctioneer.
f^JEO. T. ROGERS •& SON have removed to the new
Store on Cherry Street, nearly opposite Messrs. Car-
hart & Card’s, oct 2d
Fire Wood! Fire Wood!
A non CORDS OF. WOOD for sale, deliverable In any
nr, p ar j. city. Apply to
nov Id J. H. ANDREWS.
■ , * ! CENTRAL RAIL ROAD,
SayanXAH, Ga., Oct., 29,1860.
O N and after Monday, November 4th, during the Ses
sion of the Legislature, On-Extra Night Train will
be ran between. Gordon and Milledgeville, In connection
with Trains on Central Rail Road.
GEO. W. ADAMS.
oct 31 d Ot * General Superintendent.
Pianos; at ’Private Sale. ’ ■
* 1 Handsome 7 octave Carved Rosewood Piano,
1 “ 7 1“ Plain “ “
T%ese Pianos art'from first hands and will be soldav
ManuSacturer’tJ prices. Those in want will please call
and see them. J. J. MILLER,
oct 31 Auctioneer.
GOLD BAND AND WHITE
G ELI 1ST .A.
£l& & tE/h
BOLSHAW & HERZOG.
Oct 23d d&w.tf
]VT €£Vf Books.
JUST. RECEIVED AT THE*
’ - METHODIST
HlRfD.BOOK of f'niv»’l'S«rLitera
ture—F'rom the best and latest authoritres
—By Anna 0. Loch Botta. Price ^ 1.25.
METHODISM SUCCESSFUL | And
the Internal ‘fetuses of its success—Bty Rev.
B. T. Tefft, D. D., L. L. H. Price $1.25.
pgf Call and get a copy.
J. W. BURKE, AgenJ,
* • ^ Dress Goods! "
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of tbe latest Styles, now
A opened at the Palace or Fashion. At.
oct d .i, •. BOSTICKS.
• Coxrsi Dment, 4
rara i « -A* •— — vu.. xv/Q'
OvNE HlfNDRED Bales Hay Jsligbtly damaged) In f Eclectic, Harper's, Godeu's and Peterson')
U. atftre and %r sa o a ^ • J • Magazines; for Blackwood and the fom
ubers of this corps are requested to attend
ny Room every Thursday Evening at 7X
'4 & ‘ !
Bards Stock for Sale.
SHARES of Mannfactnrers’ Bank will be sold on
1U the first Tuesday in December, at the Court House.
- H. G. CUTTER, Adm’r.
oct 29 _____
The Academy for the Blind
open for the reception of
no case longer than
... _ city can be admitted
at other times on appllcatioajo Wt Principal—in which
case the exhibition will be liipitecl to mere explanations
of the modes of instruction iwj&Kfeeveral departments,
illustrated by single pupils eelecnalfo^tbe purpose with
out any interference with the lal>0Y8 of teachers and
classes. Persons wishing to see the fechool or building
will please ask at the door for the Principal, and in case
of hia absence, for tlie-principal teacher.
W. 1>. WILLIAMS, Principal.
Macon, October 9th, 1860—d-tf ?
YYTlLLj af hereto!
TV visitors in gei
from 3 to 6 o'clock.,
at 3# o’clock, and c
one honr. Strangers viBi
HORACE FITOH & GO.
A RE constantlv receiving NEW STYLES OFCLOTH-
ING FOR'MSN and YOUTH, adapted to the FALL
and WINTER TRADE,
Mr. W. T. Fitch announces to the public, and, Ida
friends that he has taken the personal charge of the es
tablishment* and would invite all in irilnt of good orZ )
CHEAP GOODS to call: assuring them that the repnta- >
tion which the firm of H. Fitch Co. have enjoyed for
the past twenty years will be fully sustained.
In the TRUNK DEPARTMENT our Abilities are as
good as the best, and we cannot be undersold.
Triangular Bloch; Entrance 2d Street and
Cotton Avenue. ’
Macon, Oct 5 d-tf
rpHifi undersigned hairing leased the upper part of Mr.
Henry Horde’s Block, on Cherry-'st., two squares
from the Rail Road Depot, and in the business part of
the city, and haring fitted up the same with enure new
furniture, &c.,and every convenience requisite, informs
hereby the transient public and his friends, that he in
tends to open* ou the 22d of October, the
for tlieir accommodation, and pledges himself that every
effort will be made to please all who may favor him
wltli their patronage, by keeping a : table second to
•none,—clean and comfortable apartments and beds, at
tentive servants anti polite and cheeriul accommoda
tions for reasonable .charges.
oct 20 J. O. GOODALE.
Georgia Citizen, Journal & Messenger please copy tf.
W OULD respectfully inform his friends and the pub
lic that he is again in Macon with a line stock of
Watches, ClockSj Jewelry, Silver ana Plated Ware, Fan
cy Goods, Musical Instruments, «fcc., which will be sold
at reasonable prices. Also, that he will give particular
attention to \\ atcli Rapairing.
Oct Hi d&w-3m. 1
. J. DA a.
FALL &'WINTER FASHIONS
r >ESPi*)CTFULLY informs his customers and the pub’
lie to call and examine hia extensive assortment of
. HATS AND CAPS!
Embracing every style and quality found in any other Hat
Store. Among thdmany new styles on hand will be found
25 Dozen Fashjpnable Silk Hats.
18 “ Black and Pearl Cassimere Hats,
40 “ 44 Soft all qualities 44
24 44 Pearl “
12 “j Dark Olive Prince of Wales,
12 , Black and Mouse “
50 4 V 44 and Pearl Planters'Broad Brims-
Youths’ and Boys’ late style Hats and Caps of every
250 Dozen Black Wool Hats
16 “ Southern Planters’ extra,
16 44 Country made, heavy.
Received this day a few cases extra fine Silk Hats,
French fashion ; also, nine cases superfine Soft Hats.—
Country merchants and planters will do well to call and
examine, I will sell low for Cash or approved paper,
oct 9 d-tf . .
O IL made from Coal, which while burning gives
: NO SMELL,
And is as clear as water. For sale by
Jbct 31 ZEILIN & HUNT, Sole Agents.
[ now prepared to execute all orders for Tin Roof-
, jG*tf$i?uzcd Iron Cornice, Guttering &c.
Mr. A. E. Kimball
ire direct charge of my business in this city, and
eive a liberal share of public patronage.
Office JRrQfttton Avenue, apposite J. H. Cherry, & Co.
JBELMBOLD’S BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for the Kidneys.
HELMBOLD’S BUCIIU for the Gravel.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for the Dropsv.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Nervousness.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Loss ol Memory.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Dimness of Vision.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Difficult Breathing.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Weak Nerves.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for General Debility.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Horror .of Disease.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Night Sweats.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Dryness of the Skin.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Eruptions.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Pain in the Back.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU-for Heaviness of the Eyelid
with Temporary Sufiusjop and Loss of Sight.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Mobility and Restlessness,
with Want of Attention and Horror of Society.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU lor Obstructions.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Excesses arising from Indis
cretion, and all Diseases of
. FEMALES—FEMALES —FEMALES
OI^) OR YOUNG. SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEM-.
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
THEY ARE OF NO AVAIlZ
HELMBOLD’ S EXTRACT BUCHU
IS TBE VERY BEST REMEDY IN THE WORD
For aU complaints incident to the Sex, whether aris
from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
. DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE,
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Takp no more Balsam, Mercury, or Unpleasant
cine, for unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases.
' HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU CURES
In aU’their Stages, At little Expen:
Little or no change of Diet; No inconvsnien
AND NO EXPOSURE,
- Use HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU for Excesses
•rising from habits indulged in
By Young and Old,
And for diseases arising froyi dissipation. It removes
all improper discharges, and will restore the patient in a
short time to'a state of health and purity.
Use HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT- BUCHU for diseases
and affeotions of the most distressing character.
Use HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU for all aflec-
tions and diseases of the
- * it it
Whether existing in *
Male or Female,
tt tt tt
From whatever cause originating, and no matter of
How £,oug Standing:.
•} ft. ff
All the above diseases and symptoms admit pf the
•same treatment and may originate from the same cause.
Read! Read! Read !
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU is safe and pleasant in taste
and odor, but immediate in its action.
Personally appeared before me. an alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who being
duly sworn does say, that his preparation contains no
Narcotic, Mercury or injurious Drug, hut are purely veg
etable. ' 11, T. HELMBOLD, Sole Mauufecturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of No-
vfember, 1854. WM. P. HIBBARD,
Prick $1 run Bottle, or Six Bottlks tor $5, Deliver
ed to ant Address.
Prepares by H. ft. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth sL, below Chesnut, Fhila.
Beware of Counterfeits
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose “or their own” and “other”
Articles on the reputation attained by
Helmbold’s Genuine Preparations.
“ ‘\ Extract Buchu.
“ it “ Sarsaparilla.
“ . “ Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by < E. L. STROHECKER,
ANDALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Ask for -Helmbold's, Take No Other.
Cdt out the advertisement and send for it,
^ANgjkVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSURE.
Periodicals, Newspapers. &c.
rr^HE subscriber, located on Cotton Avenue, Macon,
X?Ga., would respectfully inform the citizens of Ma-
and surrounding country* that he keeps constantly
“id a supply oi the latest American and European
rapines ana Newspapers; also, Novels, Stationery,
Please call and examine for your light reading.
18 d-lm Next door to Hoes & Coleman.
AT BOARDMAN’S BOOK ST0»e7
subscriptions RECEIVED tob-
■\Y7ITH the facilities and long experience we possess
VV In the Musical Business, we did not only refect
the BEST - -
as regards tope and durability, but have also effected
the sSoatadtantageema terms to onr enstomers for the. j
•apply or superior Inst ents. We partly selected oar
Pianos and partly had them made to Order. We are now
receiving;- without doubt, the best selection ever before
brought to Macon, consisting of
6 1-3, 7, and ’J 1-3 Octaves
in plain an higdhly finished cases to 811 it every taste.—
These Instruments we are prepared to sell either for
Cash, on time, or monthly installments,
at the lowest Factory prices. The latter arrangement,
we think, will be accepted by many persons in want of
first class Instruments, who are perhaps not willing to
pay the entire amount at once, and to whom ft win be
easier to pay In monthly installments. Onr object is to
assist snch persons in procuring a first class Piano, for
whose superiority we will give a five year’s guarantee.—
We intend to efl'ect large sales, and are satisfied with
small profits. ’ ,
$Sf-Come and sec our Stock to he convinced that we
ought and really have such instruments as we repre
sent. them to be.
JOHN C. SCHREINER & SONS,
oct 17 Cotton Avenue.
CASTLEN & VARDELL,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
’ 4g the old stattd of Menard & Castlen’s
j_jAVE the publics chance to make such bargains a
TTfK have this day formed a copartnemahip, for the
. W purpose of transacting a First Class Wholesale and
Retail Drug Business. We invite the attention of city
and country customers to our stock, which will consist
of the best and most reliable assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, PAINTS,
OILS, Ac. Ac.
article that can be
We will 1
. we are now offering
! be prepared to ftorutsh any a, —
found in our line, as cbeapas in any Drag establishment
in the city. _ _ _ .
Physicians and otfurs may rely npon their prescrip
tions being prepared with accuracy and dispatch.
The old friends of Menard & Caetlen are requested to
continue their patronage, and as Mr. \ardeli has had
seven years experience in the business, with E. L. Stro-
hecker and E. L. Strohecker & Co., in this city, he hopes
to merit the approbation, and receive the custom, of
many new ones. F. G: CASTLEN, M. I).
H. T. VARDELL.
Macon, May 1,1860- daw
KENNEDY & LYNCH,
W ILL open, on the first of October, in the Store for
merly occupied by Mr. J. Peter, on Cherry street,
next to Freeman’s, a choice and well selected assort
$20,000 WORTH I raffed. Cassimeres,
Boots. Shoes, Brogans,
T? 2EC. XT 3XT
Determined to close ont onr entire Stock we offer the
above Goods ^
AT F"IFtST COST
FOR CASH OYSJLY'.
We respectfully invite yon tojj
Call and Examiue our (woods,
and get the prices—you can’t help buying. We have aL
styles of Ladies, Gents, Childrens and Negro Shoes, the
Our Own OTanufarcture •
We .shall sell as above stated,.without reserve. Re
member at cost, for cash.
L. L. BRICKHOCSE & CO.,
Sept 4- Triangular Block, Macon, Ga.
FALL TRADE OF 1800,
BOSS & COLEMAN’S
‘‘Bazaar of Fashion.”
W E are now in the*full tide of successful operation,*
with the largest and most choice stock of Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods that it. has ever been our pleasure
to offer (o the public. It is impossible to convey the
slightest idea of the magnitude of our Stock, and to at
tempt a description, through an advertising medium, of
oar rich foreign fabrics m
Ladies Dress Goods,
would be superfluous; suffice it to say that etyles never
were so elaborate, and that we have them in all their
grades and colors. •
We append a li*t of a few rich Goods entirely new in
Ottoman Valours; Droquet De Brocades; Minnivers
in full setts; Velvet Embroidered Soles; IIrocade Vel
ours; Violets Des Alps; Plaid Lance,’ in all Colors.
Gro D’ Epsom, in various hues; Zouave Burnous;
Rept Robe De Chdmbres • Rept Persians a la Mazaona;
Snow Flake Isadoras; Madapilans in chintz colors;
Diamond and Magic Rufflings: Zephyr Sontags; Crape
Broche Fancy Colors; Gold Belts and Gilded Dress Trim-
ings; Velvet Cloaks; Cloth Arabs; Cloth Cloaks; Car
petings from the Richest Medallion Velvet Tapestry
down to the lower grades.
Our Stock is unusually full and we invite the public to
an examination ofthe same.
* ROSS & COLEMAN,
Macon, Sept 12- Cotton Avenue.
Just received and priced low down by
of the latest importations, which we are prepared to
manufacture to order, in the latest styles, and at the
shortest notice, all of which we will warrant to give sat
The citizens of Macon, and adjoining counties, are re
spectfully invited to give us a call, as we are practical
Tailors, and determined to please both in price and
style. We have also a fine assortment of Famishing
Goods. W. C. KENNEDY,
Sept 29- FT
C ONSCIENTIOUSLY distilled by Mr. JAMES BURN;
SIDE, of Alleghany county, Pa* in the old fashion
ed honest way, from the choicest Rye, and in no case
off ered for sale until adapted to wholesome use by age.—
It is at once the most palatable, as it is emphatically
the purest beverage in the reach of the public. To the
invalid, as well as to those in health, it commends it
self for its unrivaled qualities as a stimulant of the saf
est, surest, and most nenefleient description. For sale
in barrels, kegs, &c., and put up in cases of one dozen
CLERY & STOCKDALE. Proprietors.
328 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
WM. C. CONOVER, Agent,
225 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington City, D. C.
C. «fc R. N. WHITE. Jr.. Agents,
oct 7 d-3m 54 Cedar St* eet. New York.
OYSTERS! ! !
TTAVING completed our arrangement in Savan mlt
XI we are now prepared to fill all orders for
Fresh or Pickled Oysters
In the city or country, at short notice,
ing large quantities for shipping in thee
Wc are recei
Just received a large lot, bought low and
will be sold low by E. WINSHIP.
BOYS’ SACK COATS,
BOYS’ FROCK COATS,
BOYS’ OYER COATS.
Just received at
E. WINSHIP’S. -
Clothing of All Kinds!
Can be bought cheap, especially for CASH,
Macon, Ga., October 13 d
Fall Trade 1860.
S, PRUDDEN & CO.
A NNOUNCE themselves prepared to exhibit the mosL
choice, beautiful and newest styles in fashionable]
FANCY DRY GOODS. 5
We have spared neither time or trouble in makii.
selections for the department in
Special attention is invited to a great variety oi" hand
some SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, Also Misses’ and
Dress Trimmings, Plain Itibbons, Embroideries. Gloves,
Hosiery, White and Staple Goods, and the numerous
articles required for a complete Stock of Drv Goods
Macon. Oct. 5,1860. N. S. PRUDDEN & CO. !
Of‘all kinds. So send along yonr offer;
them filled punctual, or give us a cilj
Just opposite the LANIER HOUSE,
hapjiv to wait on you
w# yrill-be' -
; arc also receiving large snpplies ofU.
Oysters, Fish, Game and Beef,
By every Steamer from New 4 ’York, to be served up at
short notice in our SALOON, over the Store, which can
not be beat South in style.
Potatoes and Onions
BF.AJWR GG4B3SJI 11Ye bmr-Pt T’thY"t*' 'T ntrnin “ r ' *» r aqlow as.
H. X. ELLS & CO.
Wines! Wines!! Wines!!!
u A Baskets Heidsick Piper Wine,
v" 75 Cases Prince Imperial 44
20 Cases Cabinet Wine,
20 44 Sparkling Catawba,
10 44 LcPerle Chamjiagne,
Dr. Bowen’s Catawba and Scnppemong Wfcie,
AFine Stock of Port, Madeira and Sherrv Wines.
M e can safely recommend the above Wine*, ..having
purchased entirely from importers, and would call nilrn-
tion to the Prince Imperial Champagne, as a Wfrfoof
rare quality, at a moderate price. ** * • *
_Sept 20- HARDEMAN &hC!RIFFlN*
“Something] New under the Sun,”
WHERE THE STAR
W. T. ISTELSOINr
H AS opened, at his old stand, on Cherry street, a
choice lot of Family Groceries, such as Flour, Meal,
Grits, Sugar, Coffee, Candles, Soap, Starch, Butter, Lard,
Cheese, Crackers, Beef Tongues, Bologna Sausages,
Cabbage, Potatoes, and, in fact, every article usually
kept in a first class Family Grocery, to which he invites
the attention of his friends and the public.
ALSO, the very best brands of fine Old Brandies,
>V ines, &c., put up in bottles, or by the gallon.
- r ^ ^ V. T. NELSON.
Macon, Ga., Sept 5,1SC0-
To Buy and Sell for Gash
r T'Q sell Goods as cheap, and many articles cheaper,
JL than anybody in the State. Call and examine his
stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GENTS’ FUR
NISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. Ac., &c., and you
are sure not to leave his store withon having.
Next to Mrs. Bnlkley’ti Millinery Establishment, Cher-
ry St., Macon, Qa. oct 6 d
It has been proven,
iougherty’s Warranted Grease
and tab EXTRACTOR.
I^UIS article we prepare ourselves, and have fully
I. tested its efficacy, and we feel safe in recommending
Ito the public, as the best preparation ever offered, for
|e removal of Grease, Paint, Tar. and all kinds of
Bams from clothing. No person should be without a
Dttle, it will be found both economical and convenient.
Il we ask is a fair trial, and if it proves not to be what
“presented, we will refund the money. Price onlv 25
uts per bottle. ZEiLIN & HUN'T.
iSCAR VON BRIESEX, Professor of Music having
been permanently located in Macon since December
ist, continues to offer his services to the citizens as
instructor on the Piano, Guitar, and Harmony at the
residences of pupils or in schools. Terms $15,00 per
quarter of 2-4 lessons.
References.—L. N. Whittle, Esq., I. C. Plant,Dr. E. L.
Strohecker, Mrs. Butler and others. Applications maybe
left at Messrs E. J. Johnston afc^i-'o.'s Piano and Jewel
Repairing and tuning Pianos will be done faithfully
and at reasonable prices by the same seplQ
T HE subscribers take pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Macon and ita viciuitv, that they are
noyv prepared to exhibit,
Free of Charge,
as complete a stock of Ladies’ Dress Goods as is usual
ly found at any first class Dry Goods Store. Wo have
just received a choice lot of Flaiu and Figured Silks
Merinos, and Wool DeLaines of the latest styles and
patterns, and all we ask of the Ladies is thelavorofa
call, when we will conyince you of the fact that we be
lieve m “Small profits and qnick sales." As usual wo
have a large assortment of all the different styles of
Cloaks and Dusters.
Dress Trimmings, Ribbons, Rnches, Cloths, Cassimeres
Ladies under garments, and House Furnishing Goods’
Negro Blankets, Kerseys, and fine Wool Blankets, all of
which we will sell low in order to sell.
TINSEL WORSTED and WORSTED ZEPHYR.
We have at least 500 different colors of single, split, or
doub e. Emb-oidery Patterns, Beads, Chenille, and all
the different sorts of Hooks, Needles and Knitting Pins
together with thousands of other pretty things too nu
merous to mention. Call and see us, we will show you
ottr goods tvith pleasure- M e would say to the Gentle
men that we pave on hand as large and good an assort
ment of well made Clothing and Gents Furnishing
Goods as any house in Georgia, and we will sell them
low, too, as cheap, il not cheaper than any body else.—
Call und ece for yourselves, next door to our Dry Goods
store, adjoining Boardman’s Book Store. Try us, and
we will warrant to give you satisiactio
. . M. LANDAUEK & BRO.,
oct 22 d-3m Damour’s Block, on Second-st.
LITTLE, SMITH & CO.
MANUFACTURE AND SELL
C ARRIAGE Harness, Buggy Harness, Two-Horee
Wagon Harness, Road Wagon Harness, and Cart
Harness very low, to suit the times. Also, an extensive
assortment of Saddles, Bridles, Carriage Trimmings,
Saddlery and Harness Hardware, Carriage Material,
GIN BANDS, Leather of all kinds, Trunks, Valises, &c -
. GRANITE FRONT STORE,
Near J. B, A W. A. Ross, and next door to E. Bond A Co.
Cherry Street, Macon, Ga.
oct 31 daw tf
WATCHES. JEWELRY & SILVER
Jl’ST RECEIVED AT
'V\ W, SKIFF’S,
C ONSISTING of Fine Gold and Silver Hunting Case
Etruscan and Diamond GOODS,
Stirling Silver WARE, (made- to order)
Also everything usuallv kept in a fine Jewelry
Particular attention given to all
Watcli and Jewelry Repairing,
By experienced and practical workmen.
V. W. SKIFF, Opposite Lanier House.
N. B.—All Watch Work always warranted.
OrriCE OF THE MlLLEIXlEVILLE RaII.ROAD CO. I
September 3,1S60. (
A T a meeting of the Board of Directors this day held,
the following Resolutions were passed by the Board:
1st, Resolved, That the Chief Engineer be instructed
to employ such additional assistance as may be necessa
ry to finish the location of the line of road by the first
ot November next, to he let by sections after advertise
ment, so soon as each section has been reported to the
Board. . . .
2d, Resolved, That the President be authorised to
make a call upon the Stockholders of the Milledgeville
Railroad Company for payment of the following install
ments upon their stock, (in addition to tue five per cent,
required at the time of subscription) to wit:
Five per cent, on thelOth or October, 1860.
Fifteen” “ “ 10th of November, “
Five “ “ ” 10th of December, “
Five “ “ “ 10th of January, 1861.
True extract from the minntesof the Board.
W. MILO OLIN, Sec’y. A Treaa.
In pursuance of the second resolution above, the
Stockholders of the Milledgeville Railroad Comra-r are
requested to pay the Instalments as set for Bln said
Resolution, at the office of said Company, In Ar guota.
S. D. HEARD, President.
Aognsta, Sept. 7,1860-dtjanlQ . .
Couon Books, .
M ADE expressly to order, on an improved plan! Qs l-
and get one at Depository. , -A
Sept 11- J. W. BU8KB, An