THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH.
BY CLISBY & REID.
MACON, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1869.
The Georgia Telegraph Building, Macon.
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letter from C. P. Culver.
Ml Term Stbeet. Wjuihixotox, D. 0.>
October 9 th, ISC9. f
CoL Clitby, Macon, Qa. :
Dzis Sib—Allow me to thank yon for the
complimentary notice of myself, and the cor-
rectness of your statements in tho paragraph in
your issue of the 5th inst. The opposition of
a portion of the press of Georgia to the action
of tho Executive Committee in extending invi
tations to Northern members of Congress and
others, irrespective of their past antecedents,
and the generous otter of Gov. Bullock to meet
.such invited gnests at Lynchburg, Ya., with a
special train of cars, amounts to a mere “tem
pest in a tea pot.”
I am glad to note by last night's telegrams
that the Executive Committee at its last session,
wisely sustained its former action, as well as
accepted the generous offer of His Excellen
cy, Gov. Bollock. No well wisher of tho pres
ent and futuro peace and prosperity of tho
State of Georgia can fail to regret tho vituper
ative and malevolent spirit which a portion of
the press of Georgia have manifested towards
a few of those whom the generous magnanimi
ty of Col. D. W. Lewis invited to bo present at
the ensuing State Fair. Those for whom such
animosity has been manifested, had more dis
cernment and penetration than to have accept
ed the invitation, knowing as they well do, the
deep-seated personal prejudices of tho people
of the South against them for nets of military
oppression daring the late civil war; and tho
fact of the invitation was one well calculated,
whether designed or not, to dispel the prevail
ing sentiment of Southern sectional hostility,
and to throw whatever of animosity thero might
be between the eodal relations of the two sec
tions upon the side of the North.
nad the matter rested hore, great good, both
to tho agricultural, commercial and political in
terests of the State would have l>een achieved
without inflaming the deep-seated ulcers of tho
late civil war. How manifest in all this is the
i of that mncli needed spirit of patriot
ism and statesmanship which can alone steer
onadoundering bark into a safe haven.
In our present gnat—Ha—i MlttlMHi.
tjr of action—the beat efforts of all, North, South,
East and West—to serve and sow what is left of
the Federal Constitution and country. Wrong
is the mother of strife and discord, not right. It
is malice that has brought upon us our national
. calamities. Harmony, concord, strength and
1 power are to be found only in fidelity to tho
principles of constitutional liberty by the peo
ple and tho press. Sectional malice, strife and
discord, in time of peaco, aro acts of treason
against tranquility nnd discord, treason against
the beat interest of tho South, treason against
ourselves and our country. Theso are bat tho
manifestations of a spirit of despotism. Why
not let it die J
I hope, dear Colonel, for tho interests of our
State, and tho honor of onr people, wo shall hare
no more of it
Very sincerely, your obedient servant,
C. P. CL'LVVJt.
A InnniSi, Not Iiinntll.
Editor! Telegraph: I have never troubled
- you to correct a typographical error but once,
though they have sometimes actually made my
blood run cold. After this time, I never expect
to correct another, bnt shall bear them with
what fortitude I may. In my last communica
tion the printer makes me nay inaniii, when I
^ certainly wrote inanifi. What n great blessing
W it would bo to a newspaper—editors, contribu
tors and subscribers—to havo a proof-reader
Poyntz, your t was made like nn l and never
crossed. Tho printer was not in fault. And as
to tho infallible proof-reader, ho has never yet
been found. Tho man who started out with a
boast that one book, at least, should bo printed
withouPcrrors, made a big blander in his title-
page. The most correct of any books extant
are|probably Tauchnitz's edition of the classics,
and those in a stereotype form havo been cor
rected as errors have been discovered for the
past fifty years—but errors aro still found.
Where tho printer makes ono error, he usually
corrects a dozen in the manuscript.
Crop in Nor til western Texas.
Editor* Telegraph : All crops nro remarkably
good. Wheat has yielded this year from twen
ty to thirty-nine bushels per acre; barley fifty
^ to sixty-fivo bushels per acre. The com crop
will yield from thirty to sixty bushels per acre.
Cotton looks promising. Tho range is good and
stoek fat. All we want is more railroads, more
energetic men, and a set of officers who have the
good of the State at heart. S. D. Stout.
Veal's Station, Parker co., Texas, Sept. 18.
The Rothschilds Propose to Negotiate
a I.onn to Enable this Government
to liny up its Entire I.inbllities—
Four Per Cent. Interest Talked of.
.a- Washtsotos, October, 1SC9.
It is understood that the Messrs. Kothchild
aro dcsirons of negotiating a loan with this Gov
ernment, at a reduced rate of interest (presumed
to be four per cent.) to enable it to buy up its
entire liabilities. M. Frignet, a representative
of the Bothchilds, and a partner in the Amster-
. dam house, is at present in New York, with full
snthority to complete the undertaking ns soon
i Secretary of the Treasury shall have re-
; proper authority from Congress.
( proposition, but at a larger rate of
Interest, # .1 ) vionsly emanated from some
Ossmam eap;::. which, coming to the ears
of the ■cam. Li • : !;ild. they determined to
If this project Incavr out. it must decide
the question aa to what the HOhds are to be paid
in. It will largelydecrease tho n ,u.>nal liabih-
A duel is in prospect over in W.o : ton. Y.i .
Iietween CoL John Moaby, the famous < ■ fed-
erate raider, and CoL win. Boyd, of Aa Mb
Pennsylvania Cavalry. The latter ia Sheriff of
Fauquier county. Vs., by appoinlawt at den.
Canby. but is bitterly opposed by Masby, who
has used every effort to obtain hie removaL
Most.y. it said, caused very grave charges to
t~e preferred against Boyd, and an investigation
was ordered by Gen. Canby. CoL Lea ■ids an
examination, which resulted in favor of Boyd.
LaM Saturday Masby and Boyd art. Bord ap
proached Mom in a threatening man:, r.* Mos-
J|y said, “Sir, I am unarmed end a taller mm
jjgan you, but I am willing to Meet xt ; where
"fe* can lie periled equally agriaet life. It is
alleged that Boyd, instead of di . • when he
heard Moabv waa unarmed, aMa.be £ th<- Con-
federate Chieftain In manner.
The result hat boon that 11 -by hss iRUeaged
Boyd, and tha latter Ingrid to be in trouble
^•“oj^yee^d. T'io I j f Alexandria are
Teu C at. s on Savannah Rulboad.—
MomingNvws, of Saturday, con-
M billowing item:
oark Atlanta arrived here yesterday from
’ u York with a cargo of three thousand three
hundred and twenty-nino bars of railroad iron,
consigned jp the Charleston and Savannah Rail
road Company. The work of completing this
■~portant connection between the two cities is
bring rapidly carried on. The bridge for the
c %Mns of the ri rer has been put out, and the
w»ri of construction commenced in this city at
the work-shop of Mr. J. J. Dale, and we may
reasonably anticipate the whistle of the loco-
m otive, which will prove that the work of ma
terial reconstruction has been finished.
Robinson Crusoe's Island.
If there ia one spot of earth in which all who
speak the English longne mav be said to take a
common interest, it is the Island of Juan Fer-
The favorite tale of nearly every
childhood in by most of os remembered through
“f® with grateful affection, and the scene of its
marvelous incidents shares in oar regard. It
may be true that the proper Robinson Crusoe’s
Island was not off the coast of Chili at all, bat
in the month of the Orinoco; and it may also
be trne that the continent should be called Co
lombia and not America; but habit has endeared
in both cases the existing usage so thM imagi
nation takes precedence of what is or ought to
be fact, and the continent will be America and
Juan Fernandez Robinson Crusoe’s Island until
the end of the chapter.
As most readers are aware, this classic corner
of the earth is in latitude 33 degrees, 40 minutes
south, about 400 miles off the coast of Chili, and
is about the size of Staten Island. It is, howev
er, far more ruggedly picturesque than that
beautiful suburb, and boasts one mountain,
Yungue, that to were 4000 feet above the sea.
Around it grow in luxuriant abundance various
grains, peaches, figs, and other fruits, together
with the sandal-wood tree aud the cork; and
among these disport themselves—or did a few
years ago—many wild goats, and not a few wild
horses. Excellent fish are abundant there, and
with the sweetest of water and a delicious cli
mate, a more inviting spot hardly be imag
ined. ^ So thought tho early buccaneers, who
made it a resort for many a day, and so thought
afterward American and English whalers who
touched there for supplies. For some years the
Chilian Government disturbed the solitude of
tho place by making it a penal colony ; but the
convicts rose in revolt, there was some blood
shed, a village that had been built at Port
Cumberland, the harbor, was burned, and
the authorities, after ferreting out and put
ting to death the wretches who, on completing
their work of destruction, had fled to the woods,
abandoned the island to the goats and horses.
Subsequently two or three wandering Chilians
found shelter there and eked out a livelihood
that the generous soil for tho most part easily
supplied, by selling to passing ships vegetables
and water. In 1849, when tho memorable rush
was made for tho gold fields of California, some
of the ships bonnd thither round Cape Horn
touched at Juan Fernandez. They found thero
besides some half a score of Chilians, including
women and children ; the mate of an American
whaler, who, like Selkirk, had left his vessel
from choice to dwell upon the island, and who
bad a family by one of the Chilian women.
This man looked not nnliko tho pictures of
<4 Robinson Crusoe,” having garments of goat
skins, a long beard, nnd that expression of pro
found yet melancholy calm which people who
live in solitude aro prone to havo. He seemed,
notwithstanding, to bencontented, and Rpoke not
of leaving the place or of any wish to change his
condition. A grotto near the shore he pointed
out as Robinson Crusoe's Cavo, and ahowed oth
er spots identifying them with localities spoken
of in Defoe’s story. He appeared to regara him
self ns Selkirk's representative, and to take pride
in being so accepted.
Twenty years seem to have passed after this
without Any other or more definite use being
made of Jnan Fernandez; bnt last winter it was
ceded by the Chilian Government to a company
of Germans, who aro led by one Robert Wehr-
han, a Saxon engineer. He and his society
have now taken posession of the island and
purpose to make it their home. They number
some sixty or seventy individuals, and have
taken with them cows and other cattle, swine,
fowls, all kind of agricultural implements, with
boats and fishing apparatus, and tools for the
various mechanical trades. It is said that
Wehrhan left Germany eleven years ago, and,
after passing some time in England, was en
gaged on railways in South America. While
there ho oonccived the idea that he has now
carried into effect. This is a repetition on a
larger scale of the experiment of Pitcairn’s Is
land, without, of course, tho criminal preface
that stained the hintory of the crew of the Boun
ty. Tho world will watch the career of this lit
tle colony with deeply interested eyes; for,
apart from the curiosity and sympathy natural
ly attracted by the experiment itself, no more
engaging spot could have been chosen in which
to make it than that which is cherished in so
xnsnv hearts as Robinson Crnsoo’s Island.
IN. T. Times.
CASH DRUG STORE.
J. II. ZEILIN & CO,
Ua\ e for sals a large Stock of
Paints, Oils, Glass, Perfumery,
Snnf, Harden Seed, leSicmalLipon
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A LL order* entrutrd to them will be filled
H promptly and with the gresteit care, and at tbs
VERY LOWEST PRICES!
Wo buy exclusively for cash and toll only for the
money down, and can five better prices than any
other house in the Mate.
J. 11. ZEILIN A CO.
SHIMS’ LI?ER REGULATOR
The Great Remedy for
DYSPEPSIA. LIVER DISEASE.
CHILLS, FEVER, JAUNDICE, Etc.
For sale in any quantity. The trade supplied at a
very haud*ntne discount for profit, by the .Propria-
7. B. ZBXUW * co..
CHILL AND FEVER BXPELLER
IT IS. IB PACT. A MOST WONDERFUL
On account of tbii Instant Remedy making a
LASTING AND PERMANENT CURE.
EO CASE. HOWEVER OBSTINATE. CAE RE
SIST ITS HEALTH-OIVIEO PROPERTIES.
Create. >u Appetite, Brine. Color to Ibe Che-k-
tho Kmscialed sndbtrcnglh to th*
Tbo Proprietor of ibe Pyrxfaie ebxilcexr. every eeM,
no matter of buw lent ttanding. to try this
lire.I Chill end Fever Cure, and tbe*
deny it* wnJdful ccratlre
id of that miserable disease.
For tale, at wholesale, by th
Manufacturer for the United
Lippman’s Wholesale Drug House,
Ad VANN AD, OA.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE
or B. A. WISE, wow
B. A. WISE & CO.,
Cherry Street, - - - - MACON, GA.
OFFER TO THE TRADE A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OF
TABLE ADD POCKET CUTLERY, RAZORS, SCISSORS, ETC., | HORSES, MULES,CATTLE
AT NEW YORK JOBBING PRICES.
WE HAVE, FOR FAMILY Ub£ JCST RECEIVED
7a doz. of Jos. Rodgers & Son's Ivory-Handle Tea and Table knives.
WE ARE NOW SELLING THE
TCTTZ SILVER-PLATED SPOONS AND FORES,
WITH A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK Or
HOUSE - FURNISHING GOODS.
EMBRACING EVERYTHING TO BE FOUND IN A FIRST-CM8, ESTABLISHMENT.
O I L.
PAINS AND ACHES.
AND IS THE
GREAT RHEUMVTIC REMEDY!!
i and all Bilioui Disease*.
L. W. HUNT & CO.,
CDERRT STREET, - - MACOIV, GA.,
A RELIABLE M : DIC1NK FOR ALL DISEASES
INCIDENT TO STOCK OF V KIND.
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP CO.'S
THROUGH LIRE TO CALIFORNIA.
CHINA AITS JAPAN,
TOUCHING AT MEXICAN PORTS. AND CAR
RYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Through to California in Twenty-two Days.
CoNNsoxmo ox not Pa
cino WITH TBM
Steamships ox tux
ARIZONA, £ - - '
NEW YORK, - - -
OCEAN QUEEN, - -
COSTARICA, - - -
leave Pier No. 42North River, foot of CaaalStreet, at
twelve o’clock, noon, os the let. and 11th, of every
month (except when those dates fall on Sunday, end
then on the precedinr Saturday), for ASPlNWALL,
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the
Company’s Steamships from PanamaforSAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of the 1st connects at Panama with
5><e»mrrs for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL
AMERICAy poRrs. Thosa of tho 1st touch at
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.—Steamer AMERICA,
leaving San Francisco November 4th, 1869, fur Japan
One Hundred Pounds of Baggage allowed to each
adult. l3*£gaffe-M&Nt*rs accompany batrgace through,
and attend ladies and children without male protec
tors. Baggage received on the dock the day befort
sailing, from Steamboats, Railroads, end passenyere
hoard. Medicine and
who prefer to send down earl
An experienced Surgeon
For Freighter Passenge Tickets, or further infer*
motion, apply at the Company’s Ticket Office, on tha
Whirnf roOToy CANAL STREET, NORTH ftlVER.
mayltl-1 y* F. R. BABY A**nt.
.-e* t ■
• t by
• Banges, Goal ml Box Stoves, Grates, of Every Style!
We do not hesitate v> say that we are now prepared to offer the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and BE
VARIETY of CO'jKINii ST0VFS. suitable for Southern use. to be found in the State.
XX- Goods carefully packed and gbipped to axy part of tbe Slate.
B. A. WISE & CO.
J. W. TRUMAeV B. A. WISE. B. P. GRIME?.
Late of Dolbcar and J- W. Blackman*i Commercial
Colleges. New Orleans.
"PUIS College is open daily from 9 a. to9p. v„
1 throughout the entire yaar.and i* now in nooMi-
ful operation. Forwent of cumeient room to aooom-
ni' viate the gradual increase of Student*, tha Insti
tution h*5 been enlarged. Daring tha vacation an
opportunity will be afforded to boys from achoal of
g:\'.n:ug a knowledge of Commercial Education.
The period of ttudy is unlimited: cheap board;
healthy city, and reasonable tuition fee* are advant
ages rendering it desirable for sill to enter here.
The Commercial. Course constitute# Penmanship,
Arithmetic, including Commercial Calculations and
Book-keeping, each of which can be taken up sep
Distinct Branches—Ornamental Penmanship. Pen
Drawing and Flourishing.
Literary Department—English Grammatical Course,
$S0. For Circulars Address Box 15, Macon. Gfu
^PATRONIZE AND ENCOURAGE HOME IN
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SHORTER & PERSONS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
MA COX; G A.,
TITILL practice in tho United State* Courts, at
vt Savannah and Atlanta^ and in the State Court*
wherever our service* are desired.
••^Collections solicited. julytt-tf
The Sontlffl Fan aid Hone.
. on the 15th of every month thereafter, a paper
of thirty-two page*, to be devoted exclusively to
AND MATTERS RELATING TO THE FIELD
While we do not desire to disparage any of the agri
cultural publications which are now receiving public
patronage, we do not believe that any of them exact
ly. covers the grou
ntend to i*«ue
A FIRST CLASS PAPER,
Both a* to matter and execution. We ahall employ
the best talent which the country aflord* in every de
partment. and we intend to spare no pain* to make
the paper a reliable authority to all seeking informa
tion on everything relating to the Farm and the
Eminent practical agriculturists will contribute ar
ticles concerning tbe preparation and culture of the
soil. Skilled Horticulturists and Fruit-growers will
keep our readers ported in regard to the Garden and
Orchard. Persons of acknowledged •‘kill in tbe rais-
lngandcare of stock will devote their attention to
this i mportant subject.
The Domestic Department of tbe Household. The
Kitchen, the Larder, the Store-room, and the Fowl-
yard. with approved recipes in all branches of house-
^ : *ry. *\ ill t'c attended to carefully. We have made
.r-j-cfir.-Lt? t > illustrate the text with appropriate
Wood Engravings and while the greater portion of
the paper will be devoted to the instruction and bene
fit of the heads of the house, the amusement of the
Young People shaO not be neglected.
Th* covers and a few pages at the end of each num
ber of tho SOUTHERN FARM AND HOME will
be reserved for adverti«emcnt«, and will be a
a most valuable medium for business men to commu
nicate with the public.
As we propose to issue a large edition of the first
number, whieh will be published the day previous to
the commencement of the State Fair, we would invite
our friends and patr.-r.« : ■ ilik? early application for
the limited space which we can set apart for adver
Teems—Single copyl year, 12 00; Three copies 1
year. $5 00: Five copies 1 year. $7 50: Single copy six
months $1 00. Invariably in advance.
Address J. W. BURKE A CO..
sept30-d2tawaw2w Macon. Ga.
r-RNKR OF MULBERRY AND SECOND STS.
p D C I ICTHM DrSn^innl tiona in Middle Georgia—with good improvements.
ID. D. LUO I U Iw j rrillLlpaly productive^ laud, and convenient to market u church
A 8PLEXDID PLANTATION
Xn Monroe County.
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinanr of
Monroe county, will be sold on the first TU ES-
DAY in November next, before the Court-House door
in said county.within the Legal hours of sale, the plan
tation whereon Aquilla Cheney lived at his death,
containing seven hundred acre*, more or less. It lies
between Yellow Creek and Tobesofkee, and adjoins
the lands of Thomas Dewberry, William R. Hardin
and Battle. It is one of the most desirab!
80 and 82 Mulberry Street, illacon,Ga.
CHINA, CKOCKKRY AND UCASK-WARB
CO A1 OIL, LAMP BUHNERS AND WICK,
WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OF GOODS.
PLAIN, DECORATED AND GOLD BAND DINNER AND TEA SETS.
I am importing my CROCKERY DIRECT TO SAVANNAH. anJ flatter my?eif that I e.n offer MER
CHANTS ANl> HOUSEKEEPERS superior advantages in purchasing their CROCKERY. CHINA aud
GLASS-WARE of me.
XA-Ooods carefully packed and shipped to any part of tho State.
octio-tf.i AJdrc ” B. A. WISE, Macon, Ga.
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST
WHITE LEAD AND OIL
IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY.
, the fact that th**y nro eoi
h'v.»Uxa ive. tonic .tpii alt ©rati
of them Improve the wind,* mu
dige-live M>>raratu.T au i g.w-
?iu r >o'h **ud gl<skin, tbu* mipfg?««xn* »
•i> e. vig-r «»>.d •> bi«* •• !».* bt-tn ml a
o.v-rw"fk ordLea e. • 1* >wd»r* wdl -tro. ’ben
the etemscb «n • li t. pt!n«*. cleanse»* em from offen-
ivo mAlter, ai d bring thvto ta n healthy state. 1 ney
•re* sure preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain
remedy lor all difcM-e* incident to the Horse, such as
Glanders. \ ellow Water.Di«teinpfr, Founder, IIeaves.
Mowing. Cu'igh*. Ke« er. Loss of Appertt* m Vug
and schools. It lies eight miles south of Forsyth.
Title* unquestionable. Terms cash. Sold ax the
property of Aquilla Cheney, late of said county, de-
Also, will be sold on the next day, (Wednesday) on
the plantation, four fine mules, two wagons, itwo-
horve and six-horse.) and harness, and the crop of
oorn, fodder, and cotton, etc., grown this year. Also,
a gin and all the perishable property remaining un
sold. Sold as the property of said Cheney’s estate.
A. J. CHENEY. Executor.
Pleasant Hill P. 0.. Talbot co., Ga.
septl 5- td
TUTT’S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
Cures diieises of the Lirer and Stomach.
A pleasant cure for Couch*. Cold*, etc.
TUTT’S BiBSAf AXILLA A tVHX’SSKUMl
Th* rest Alterxtire end Blood Purifier
TUTT’S DtPROVXB HAIB BIX,
Warranted the h«*t dye ia ■*••
These rtaadard preparations we tor *ale by
HARRIS. CLAY k 00. Assets.
JTh. ZEILIN A CO_
wWwto DW TSkn.«m.
OORRODERS AND GRINDERS OF
STRICTLY FUSE WHITE LEAD
PURE WHITE ' ‘
LINSEED OIL, CASTOR OIL,
Ascetic .A.cid, for Corroding Lead.
THE COLLIER WHITE LEAD AND OIL CO.
GUARANTEE THEIR BRAND OF 8TRTCTLT PURE WHITB LEAD TO BE PERFECTLY
FREE FROM IMPURITIES. AND WILL PAY
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD,
And the cost of mnalyaif for the keg, if containing the slightest adulteration.
FOE SALE BY
db OO.j MACON, GA. (octl-2awfim
Ij'PUnc a. uvt svvaj, <utu uu ayt’vaio uui ouu »iu*
pid. standing back from the trough, with hi? head
down, etc-, he has strong TDiptiH sf Lung Fever.
Give one powder mornuu; and night, in wot food,
which, if used in time, will effect a cure In a few days.
For poor and low-spirited animal*, one powder a
dav. in wet food, will have the most beneficial effect,
infusing a new spirit into tho horse and producing a
glossy skin. When distemper prevails in the neigh
borhood, givo one powder three times a w**ek. As a
spring purifier, give the powder twice a week.
Central City Condition Powders
FOR MILCH COWS.
fattening cattle, it gives them nn appetite, loosens
their hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
Doss fob Cows—Half n powder in slops.
For all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lung*, and more particularly in llog Cholera,
theso Powders aro invaluable. They will also cure
Mange, and promote tho growth of bunted piss.
Dosa roa IIogs—Half a powder onco a day, m swill
orwetfood. If the Cholera is in tbe neighborhood,
give half a powder twice a week.
These Powders are a certain preventive of gapes,
cholera, nnd other disease* in Chickens Turkeys.
Duck*, etc., and will improve tbo condition of ell
kinds of fowls.
Dosa—One-fourth of a powder, to bo mixed with a
pint of dough, and fed to a brood of twenty-five chick
ens every day. Fcr grown fowls, give twice thequan-
Those Powders are offered to the public with a guar
antee of reliability and practical usefulness to all
wh-» h.ivo <■» :iny ki’..; To everv one. we
•ay give them a triaL Tlwiouar spent • r-i.cm nil)
be as good an investment as you ever made.
Put up in boxes of ten powders each. Price. Fifty
Cents per box. The trade supplied on liberal terms.
None genuine without our written signature.
L. W. HUNT 6l CO.,
•cpt2S-tf Druggists. Macon. Ga.
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
H AVING fully organised our Company on a sure
aud permanent basUi, and having the Comptrol
ler's authority, we present to the Southern People
what we believe to bo one of the safest and be*t Lite
Insurance Companies ever established in the South
ern Country. The Home Office is in Macon, Georgia,
where every dollar invested will remain in our midst.
The galaxy of names, given as directors and referees,
is a sufficient guarantee of itself of the fidelity with
which tni“ institution will be managed. The capital
is sufficient to meet all losses in every contingency.
We earnestly appeal to our citiiens everywhere to
build up with us this structure for the benefit of our
loved ones, our homes and our country.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are yearly ab
stracted from the pockets of our people, and carried
to foreign parts to enrich strangers who have but lit
tle sympathy for us.
Can we not learn wisdom and use our means to en
rich ourselves and beautify our homes ?
We will try and place, in every locality, polite and
efficient Agents to transact the business o: the Com
pany. And we cordially invite all deairing agencies
in this Company to call on the Officers, r.t the office
building, near the Passenger Depot, in front of the
two hotel*, on Fourth »treet, where ail matters of de
tail will be cheerfully given.
The profits will be entirely mutual after paying
six percent, to the Stockholders' for amount of .Stock
W. J. LAWTON. President.
J. C. McBUKNKY. Vice President.
R. J. Liohtfoot, SccreUr7.
BOXED OP DIRKOTOR.* i
T. U. JSlbBEr. Ir«/n Founder, Macon. Ha.
H. T. JOHNSON Johnson, Campbell k Co., Whole
sale Grocers, Macon, Ga.
JACKsON DxLOACiiL. Carriage Depository* Ma
J. C. McBWRNEY, Macon. Ga.
W. J. LAWTON, Lawton A Lawton, Macon, Ga.
DAVID T. SINGLETON, Planter, Eatonton, Ga.
RICHARD HOBBS, of Cruger A Co.. Bankers. Al
DR. JAMES F. BOZEMAN, Prea't Georgia Home
Insurance Company, Columbus. Ga.
WALLACE CUMAf ING, Banker, Savannah, Ga.
M. P. STOVALL, S f ovall A Butler, Augusta, Ga.
F. ADAMS Cashier National Bank, Athens, Ga.
T. M. FURLOW, Americas, Ga.
Harries Sc Howell, Wilmington, N C
Gen Augustus Young. Charlotte, N C
W r m B wright. Fayetteville, N C
Jno C Slocum, Goldsboro, N C
Wxn M Lawton, Charleston, S C
Jas P Boyce. President Theological Institute, Green
ville, S C
R Furman, D D, Newberry Court House, 8 C
JOB Dargan, D D, Sumpter, 8 C
S T Aikin, Knoxville, Tepa
Jno McNabb, President Eaftern Bank of Eufaula,
Theodore Harris, President Louisville Insurance and
Banking Company, Louisville, Ky
Wm D Miller. Lynchburg, Ya
T C S Ferguson. Lynchburg, Va
D II Baldwin A Co, New York
Golthvreight, Rice A Semple, Montgomery* Ala
Ex-Gov J G Shorter, Eufaula, Ala
LL Warren, President Falls City National Bank,
Gordon, Owens A Stokes, Abbeville. Ala
P 11 Pepper A Co, Mobile. Ala
Josi&h Morris, Banker, Montgomery. Ala
Hugh McColl, Commissioner, New Orleans, La
Wood, Low A Ludwigsen. New Orleans. La
Noble A Brothers, Iron Works, Rome, Ga
Geo A R Lawton, Savannah, Ga
Gen A H Colquitt, Baker County, Ga
Thos H Willingham. Dougherty County, Ga
James Callaway, Atlanta. Ga
Col Luther J Glenn, Atlanta, Ga
Dr T W Keen. Salisbury, NC
Maj W M Robbins, Attorney-at-Law, Salisbury, N C
I >ON * l *• l r ‘tent ail private dGeate*, Syphilis
1 ; ir > !i *» i**' forms. Gonorrhea, Gleet. Str cture.
Orchitis, nnd ill urin,.ry diseases, an*l the effects of
tuurcary are complete y eradicated: Spermatorrhea
•'r ."emiiin 1 \\cnkne;>. resulting Itotu seif-abuse or
other causes, nnd which produces tome of the follow
ing cilect- : A< hi .rehc -. bodily weakness, indigestion.
e«)?istjj.,» i-'P. aversion t«> society a unmanliness, dreaa
oi lulu re i v nits. !•> - t uieiuory, indolence, nocturnal
eaii-.-i ns *n«i ti’ .silv piistration ot tho vital powers.
C'.n be i illy r. -t r, i to health. Persons afflicted
"ith this, i r any ••ther delicate. Intricate, or long
standing constitutional complaint, should give the
Doctor i» trial lie never fails.
The Doctor publishes u medical circular that give*
s* lull exposition of venereal and private diseases, that
can bo had free at his office, or by mail for one stamp.
It gives a clear delineation ot all tho diseases and
condition? resulting trom the infringement of the
m >r:»l laws, excesses, indulgences, exposures, and im
prudence* in married or single life. Every sentence
coutHin* instruction to the afflicted, and enabling
them to determine the precise nature of their com
' Th* establishment, comprising ten ample rooms.
Is central. When it is not convenient to visit th*»
city, the Doctor's opinion can be obtained by giving
a written statement of the cafe, and medicines can be
forwarded by mail or express. In some instances,
however, a personal examination is absolutely necos-
sary, while in others, daily personal attention isre-
Muireu, and tor tho accommodation of such patients
thero are apartments connected with the office that
are provided with every requisite that is calculated
to promote recovery, including medicated vapor baths.
All prescriptions are prepared in the Doctor’s own
Laboratory, under his personal supervision. Medi
cal pnmphlot at office free or by mail for two stamps.
No mutter who have failed, road what bo says.
Office No. 183 Third street, between Green and
Walnut streets, near tbe Postomce, Louisville, Ky.
^ Office hours, t) a. u,, to 7 P. x.; Sundays, 10 a. m., to
*2 M • july3-dawly
'PI1E GREAT AMERICAN HEALTH
I Restorer, purifies the blood and cures
S.-rofula, Syphilis. Skin Diseases, Rheuwa-
tjitn. Ifisoases of Women, and all Chronic
A flections of the Blood, Liver and Kidneys.
Kocouiraende I by the Medical Faculty and
many thousands of our beat citiiens. Head
the testimony of Physicians and pationt*
who have used Ro u adalis: send for our
Kosuditlis Guide to Health Book,or Alma
nac f-r this ^year, which wo publish for
gratuitous distribution : it will give you
much valuable information :
Dr. K. W. Carr, of Baltimore, says- [
take plea sure in recommending your Ro*a-
d illsa very powerful alterative. I have
- een it u>^d in t wo ca«e« with happy results;
on © in n ca’fl of secondary »yi»hilis, in
which tho nut lent pronounced himself
"jr' -l lifter having taken fiv© bottles of
vour modicino. Ihe other is a case of
'cr'tfola ofiong standing, which is rapidly
iiiipr’»ving under its use, and the indica-
t ion< aro that the patient will soon recover.
I havo carefully examined the formulas
by which your ltosadalis is made, and find
it an excellent compound of Alterative in
Dr. Sparks, of Nicholasville, Ky„ says be
has used Rosadnlis in ensesof Scrofula and
.*5crondnry Syphilis with satisfactory re
sults—as a cleaner of the Blood I know no
Samuel G. McFndden, ot Murfreesboro,
I have uved seven hottles of Rosodalis,
and am entirely cured of Rheumatism;
send me four bottles, as I wish it for in
brother, who has .Scrofulous Sore Eyes.
Beniamin Bechtol, of Lima, Ohio, writes:
I have suffered for twenty years with an
inveterate eruption over my whole body; a
short time since I purchased a bottle ot
Rosodalis and it effected a perfect cure.
W. E. TANNER.
ROS A Z
LS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Dre. Clemente, Rlvea A Co.,
For sale by
J. H. ZUXLZN dt CO
Cerner of Seventh and Canal Streets.
m apreme Conn Judge, nojmoro, N C
Hon C3 Winstead. Roxboro. N C . ' • _ ^
B P Williamson, Wholesale Grocer. Raleigh, N C
JPDillingham, NewberOs NC
Robert Thompson. Esq, Wholesale Grocer, Nashville.
Hon John Erskin, Judge TJ 8 Court, Atlanta. Ga
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
npHE tmdereigned ha* taken eharze of the well
X known “ Chapman’* Livery Stables’* la Macon,
oppeeite the pe**en«er shed, on Plum itrwt. where ha
will eondect a ceneral Livery Bosinee* in all it*
branches. Anything yon may want in the way of
transportation, by horse or mole, boggy, carriage or
back, will be furnished on short notice and at reason
able rates. Drover* will find this an old and popular
stud at which to dispose of their itock.
fobll-ly 8. H. H0LMK8.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.,
Stationary & Portable Engines,
BOILERS, BBIDGE BOLTS AKD CASTINGS,
IRON AND BRASS WORK.
I RON and WOODEN TRUCK8 for Care. IM
PROVED MACHINERY of ail kind. IrnUt ud
Alto, Agent sin the Southern States for
Blate’s Fatest Steae & Ore Breaker
• «*pu-d*wly No.ffl Second it, Macon. 0a.
OLD POPLAB LOO,
THE FINIBT COPPER WHISKY MADE
WARRANTED TO BE PURR.
AT $3 60 FEE GALLON.
AN RAW, CORN. RECTIFIED.
And. ia font, a larga lot of all grades of WhitUM
always on hand, at
63 THIRD STREET, . ,
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