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\y • i- nwr Pine.—The Qnalities of Franklin
Q t ^ The Brunswick and Albany Railroad—
Seer. Oollego—A Sew Freight Line from
<*V ' vv '^^Li^hle Outrage in Alabama.
Fourth Page.—Opening of tho Suez Canal
The Stato Fair Gone Over.
Rob and Go.
The election!) in Pennsylvania and Ohio left a
bid scare on tha Radical brotherhood, which is
an earnest of impending doom, unless they quit
their antica and listen to reason. Onr impres
sion is that this country, North and South, are
tired of fighting and quarreling and sigh for
peace, law, order and security. A part of the
Radicals are determined not to let us have it,
and they were reflected in Geary and Hayes, the
Radical candidates for Governors of Pennsyl
vania and Ohio. This fact cramped their party
so much that it is well nigh defeated in both
States, and will be clean used up in the next heat,
without a change in policy. It is probable if
the Democrats had taken new men in either
State, they would have well nigh destroyed the
Radicals. lint it is hard to get out of the old
ruts, and the funniest part of the business is, that
tho most inveterate of the old rotters take the dc-
lnsion that they are on a new line, and cry out
“old fogy" to evory man who can see the truth.
.Ilemorial Volume ol Gen. Cobb.
Tho October number of tho “ Bookseller's
Guide," published in New York city, announces
among tho publications of an early day—this or
the coming month—“A Memorial Volume of tho
Hon. Howell Cobb, of Georgia, edited by Sam
This is tho volume to which allusion has here
tofore he<*n made in these columns, and which,
wo trust, will be a worthy and honorable tribute
to a distinguished sou of Georgia. The book,
wo hope, will at least appear before the ap
proaching great Stato Fair takes place in our
city. It will he enriched, wo understand, by a
capitally written sketch of Gen. Cobb’s life,
and. indeed, wo learn that tho desire to obtaio
and insert that sketch, has been the cause of the
long delay :ii tho publication of tho volume.
Air Line Knilrontl.
Tho Air Line Eagle, of the Nth inst., says
“tho work of laying the track on this road is
now progressing. Several car loads of iron hav
ing been received within tin* Inst few days,
which will be laid down ns flist as practicable.
Tho grading of tho first section is being pushed
forward with tho utmost energy, nnd will bo
completed in a few weeks,” and that “contrac
tors nro now in town milking preliminary ar-
ragements for work on the second section,
which, as our readers are aware, extends to this
place. Aetivo operations are expected to bo
commenced on this section between the i.M>th
and last of this month."
to no p
Ex-President Fillmore held a public reception
at the court-house in Louisville on Monday. In
responso to tho address of welcome, he said:
“Nearly twenty years have elapsed since I
have taken part in political matters. I belong
to no party, but I do belong to my country, and
,ot express to you the gratification I feel to-
Spaing in prospect a deliberative body
gathered from every State in the Union, the
Union restored—that patriotic and glorious
Union which ha* been endangered, but, I trnst,
^ -A Cvju 01
r | of a counterplot (' ->r :i plot with
jfi a plot, whose purport is that certain wealthy
Cuban, in the inland, opposed to insurrection,
are about to unite with the resident Spaniards
in a “stmgglo for independence.” The curious
part of tho Rtory is that “Gen. Robert E. Lee
was resolved upon ns President of tbo Repub
lic of Cuba, and the position offered him for
ten years.” We aro farthor assured that
“the documents offering Gen. Lee the position
of President have been forwarded to him.”
nr rr.oM Cuba.—A New Orb
the Louisville Courier Journal has
Foxtail, of Ex-Pnitsmcrr PnncE.—On Mon
day last, the remains of Ex-President Pierce
were removed from his late residence to tho New
Hampshire State House, where a largo number
of people took a last view of the departed. Tho
remains were taken to St. Panl's Church at one
o’clock, where tho rites of the Episcopal church
were performed. Tho funeral procession left
the church at two o’clock, and deposited the
remains in their last resting place.
Neoho Emimiutiox from Virginia.—Tho
Soutaside (Virginia) Times says that soventy
negroes passed through Barkeville for Missis
sippi last week, and that forty more in that
oonnty would follow to the same destination.
Railroad contractors from Alabama have en
gaged more than a hundred in this city. We
hear that forty or fifty left Buckingham for cot
ton picking in the Sonth last week. This move
ment is becoming general. While tho b'acks
nro going Sonth, Northern blacks arc prospect
ing and buying lands in Virginia.
Revival in Colymiu's.—The Columbus En
quirer says that religions services are to be con
tinued morning and evening during tho present
week at St. Paul s Church. A deep religions
iufiuenee was awakened among many of the
yonng people of tho community during tho past
week, nnd it is hoped and believed that great
good will be accomplished during this week.
The roving negroes of Virginia are robbing
corn fields and killing hogs to such an extent
that the people fear a partial famine. Tho Suf
folk Sun says that farmers are getting in their
oom while too green, to keep the negroes from
stealing it from the field.
The Latest Aoont.—The Columbus Enquirer
says a magnificent looking lady, mounted on a
magnificent steed, with a genteel looking groom
some ten paces in the rear, passed this way late
last afternoon. This may now be regarded as
the “agony” among the first class lady eques
Putnam County Faxr.—Onr Putnam county
friends have been fortunate in securing ex-Gov-
ernor Herscbei V. Johnson, as the orator at
their Fair. We will underwrite that we have
a solid, sensible and eloquent discourse.
Southern Recorder.—Mr. Orme, of the Mil-
ledge ville Recorder, advertises for a copartner
to take his deceased father’s interest in that pa
per. A practical printer preferred.
' The Charleston papers announce the death
of tha venerable James Rose, Esq., in his 77th
pear. He was widely known for a long time ss
President of the Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Schiedam Schnapps.—We call attention to
advertisement of this excellent domestic by
of Udolpho Wolf. The business will
Load as before Mr. Wolfs death.
Our mind. D P° n
eonimise«r M Jh*1on in its application to the
sense*) Ate Fair; and wo feel it onr
uplift the warning voice upon that rab
bet- Accounts from every section of the State
authorize and require ns to expect an unprece
dented convocation of our own peoplo upon
that occasion; while from beyond our State
limits it is already an assured fact that our visi
tors will be very numerous. An intelligent and
sagacious friend, from a distant county, insists
that there will not be less 4 tfetn twenty-five
thousand Georgians present at the Fair, includ
ing, of course, some thousands who will make
daily visits from neighboring counties, and he
says that none of us here in Macon have any
conceptions or plans adequate to the occasion.
If we assume that he overshoots the mark,
still, we are bound from all the facts to believe
that the attendance will far surpass iu numljers
any gathering of the people ever before wit
nessed in Georgia. We, ourselves, have been
surprised at the extraordinary degree of atten
tion attracted to this exhibition in the Northern
and Western States. The other Southern States
are all holding Fairs. Virginia, South Carolina,
Tennessee and Alabama, will all perhaps have
finer exhibitions than our own : and yet but
little is said of them in the Northern papers com
pared with what has been said and written about
the Georgia Fair. There seems to be a greater
curiosity among tho Northern people to 6ee this
State than any of the others, and this feeling,
we apprehend, will be strongly evinced by the
number of visitors from that section
Everything warns us, therefore, a long time
in advance, to make tho most ample and extra
ordinary preparations of food for such a vast
throng. We should at least provide for feeding
twenty thousand people—grown people—a pro-
ision which requires ns to nearly quadruple
our ordinary daily supplies. Will our grocers,
butchers, bakers, fishermen, dealers in poultry,
eggs, garden vegetables, oysters, think well over
this matter and make provision in time for ex
traordinary supplies of all their commodities ?
There is ample time yet, and yet it is about time
to begin to make all needfnl arrangements.
The .Savannah Election®
The Savannah papers aro very natnrally and
properly exultant over their municipal election.
We hold it to be a strong testimonial to the jns-
tice and liberality of tho whites of Savannah
that they were aide to carry with them to the
polls so large a portion of the colored voting
population. It could not have been done if
their intercourse with the negroes, as employers,
had not been kind, friendly, just and right, and
in all respects such as to win the confidence and
esteem of those people, in defiance of all the
arts to excite and play upon the jealousy of race
and the jealousy of tho poorer against the richer
classes of society. Tho election is a happy
augury for tho social nnd industrial future of
that flourishing city, and we trust this kindly
feeling and harmony of interests may subsist till
the end of time.
Tbo Republican says:
And one word as to tho means by which this
revolution has been accomplished. It has not
been done by fighting tho negro, but by friendly
intercourse with him, enlightening his mind up
on his true interests and duty, showing his inden-
tification with tho Southern people in all thing?,
tho willingness of tho latter to do him justice
and confer on him every right that ho is capable
of exercising discreetly, by exposing tho frand
and wickedness of his Radical deceivers, and in
all matters acting fairly and squarely toward
him. This is the policy that opened tho eyes
of the colored people and inspired them with
confidence in the Southern whites. Satisfied on
these points, they feel.no further interest in pol
itics, and nro perfectly willing that white men
whom they know to be sensible and honest,
shall have exclusive control of the government.
Let this same system be pursued everywhere in
tho South—act fairly toward the negro, and
mAke him feel that he is safe, and deceive him
in nothing—and our word for it, in twelvo
months Radicalism will find no foothold in our
That is a true view of the matter. A kind,
jnst, liberal and conciliatory policy. It wonld
be strange indeed if tho whites of Georgia,
whose capital nnd enterprise must furnish em
ployment for ninety in a hundred of the negroes,
should not be able eventually to control them
against bad advisers, whoso only hope of using
the colored raco for their own benefit lies in fo
menting jealousy, alienation, distrust and hos
tility of race.
LaborHMTiafC Agrleattanl Imple-
The Savannah Republican of Tuesday says :
The Fair will be very largely attended by the
planters of the low country, and one or two have
suggested that there are certain articles of agri
cultural machinery which they would be glad to
see exhibited, and which the Committee wonld
do a public service by looking after and not
trusting wholly to the movements of the con
tributors. The operations of labor-saving ma
chines, especially, are objects of great interest
among planters, and the Committee might very
well provide for such an exhibition. The in
ventors or dealers in such agricultural imple
ments as steam-ploughs, horse reapers and
mowers, drill planters, cultivators, horse rakes,
horse thrashers and forks, etc., etc,, might be
written to and a practical exhibition of the
working of their various inventions requested at
the Fair. It would lend great additional inter
est to the occasion, and perhaps, result in a
complete revolution in our system of planting.
A negro has no time to throw away when he is
put to work up to a machine, and the more we
have of the latter, the more work we shall get
out of the former. Jast compare the loading of
a dray in the street with the handling of cotton
at one of our steam presses!
We have been informed there is every reason
to anticipate a very large and complete display
of agricultural implements at the Fair.
BnKinettK Developments at the Sonth.
A few statements we group together below ad
monish us of the vigor with which the South is
pushing forward in the work of recovering and
establishing its material prosperity. The cotton
crop of the year is worth three hundred millions,
the corn crop two hundred, and tobacco and
sugar and wheat another two hundred, or seven
hundred in all. This will go far to equalize the
valuation of productive industry North and
South, and will make a good balance for us in
the European market Two-thirds of the cotton
will go abroad. Arrangements have been made
by the Selma and Memphis Railroad to sell
land on tin<3 to whites and blacks, and
to take pay in labor or installments. As
an inducement, they promise to “dead
head" tho transportation of the purchasers
for one year. Other railroad companies are
doing the same, and the Alabama Land Com
missioners propose to sell lands cheap for cash
to any settler. In that State tho poll tax of
$1 50 collected from each male inhabitant, and
one-fifth of tho revenue, will be appropriated to
the school fund by the next Legislature. There
are more than thirty colored schools in progress
in Montgomery county, and the white residents
have cheerfully come forward and aided the col
ored people to build school houses. An Emigra
tion Society in Newberry, S. C., has brought in
three hundred emigrants. An agent will spend
November and Deceml>er at Castle Garden, to
solicit laborers to go South. The Charleston
News says the stores of that city are full of
goods, and that there is great commercial rival
ry in the seaports. This very day (October 9,)
the steamer of the new line from Charleston to
Liverpool sails from tho latter port. The Vicks
burg Times says tho South will welcome North
ern capital and Northern energy. It says that
the Northerners who come South are as “good"
as those who have peopled the West. In Nor
folk and Richmond Va., there is much new
building, and real estate advances in price. A
farm near Macon, Ga., was sold in 18CC for
$9,000. Three good crops have since been made
and the farm was sold the other day for $18,750.
[AT. Y. Commercial Advertiser.
I WILL sell. THIS DAT, at 10 o’clock, a large Lot
of BLACKSMITH TOOLS. 0a Friday moraine,
1 Rockawayand Harness.
100 Pounds New Geese Feathers,
1 Sett of Cottage Furniture,
GKO. H. PRATT,
octl4-lt 87 Cherry Street.
25 SHARES IN COTTON STATES LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY. Apply to
octll-tf E. L. STR0HECKER
ADVANTAGEOUS ARRANGEMENTS e»n
made with the undersigned for the Storage of heavy
Goods in large quantities
SAULSBURY, CHERRY * BLASINGAME.
FOR RENT CHEAP !
r DHE DOUSE and LOT formerly occupied by us.
A. near the Wes ley in Female Collere. To a good
tenant terms will be made easy. If not reoted by
November 1st, it will be for sale. For ter»ns acd in
formation, apply to ED. A. SHIVER,
octl3-tf At A. Springer’s,
LOST 0B STOLEN,
A CLUSTER DIAMOND RING, consisting
seven diamonds. The diamonds are set after the
old style ir silver. The centre diamond is surrounded
by six smaller ones A suitable reward will be given
to any one returning the above described Ring to
oct!4-2t* B. H. NAPIER.
Store House to Kent in Eatonton
r |V) RENT, my^ Store-house on the corner of the
I Court-house Square, over the post-office in Eaton-
ton. Posression given immediately. Apply to
S. C. PRUDDEN. Eatonton.
Or C E. PRUDDEN. Macon.
Beautiful Hyacinths and Glasses
tpULIPS, TUBEROSES, etc. GARDEN SEEDS,
ONION SET?, etc., jast received at
ELLIS* DRUG STORE.
Corner Cherry street and Cotton Avenue
Buried the lint diet.
The Knoxville Whig has particulars of a
friendly interview botween two Conferences—
one of the Southern and the other of the North
ern Methodists at Jonesboro, East Tennessee,
soruo time last week. When it is recollected
what a deadly feud has subsisted between the
sects in East Tennessee, since the war, the
event is surprising. The Whig says :
The Southern wing of the church met in con
ference some days ago, at Abingdon, Virginia,
and it was determined to appoint a commitiee
to confer with the Northorn branch which was
soon to convene, officially, at Jonesboro, Ten
nessee. That committee consisted of D. Sollins,
J. C. Hyden, E. E. Wiley, B. Arbogart, D. B.
Carter, G. Stewart, iloss, and some others
whose names are not before us. A most excel
lent committee, as we happen to know, all of
them courteous, upright and Christian gentle
men. Our latest intelligence is, that they had
made their appearance at Jonesboro, and were
received kindly, and subsequently treated with
becoming courtesy. All this was gracefully re
ciprocated by the committee. The meeting
was full of commanding tenderness, the long
alienated recognizing each other in the spirit of
a lofty manhood, old grudges, for the nonce,
forgotten, and a general feeling of charity pre
vailed. The two fiery contestants, worried out
with their mutual strifes, proclaimed an armis
tice, and, when we last heard from them, nego
tiations were progressing favorably.
We must be understood. The negotiations
mentioned did not refer to the union of the two
churches, but wholly to the question of the
church property. It is alleged by the Southern
Church that some seventy-five thousond dollars’
worth of property is held and used by the other
branch, and the object is to have a better un
derstanding upon this delicate subject
President and the Supreme Coubt.—A Wash
ington telegram says that the President, in con
versation with a prominent politician, said he
had not given the subject of tho appointment
of the United States circuit judges provided for
by act of Congress any attention, yet he would
consult the Attorney-General about it, and
wonld appoint only such as were considered fit
for tho place, irrespective of politics.
Woir*i Srliicdam Arhnnppn ns n Medicine
As a general beverage, a necessary corrector
of water rendered impure by vegetable decom
position or other causes, as limestone, sulphate
of copper, etc., the Aromatic Schiedam Schapps
is superior to every other alcoholic preparation.
Its purity and exemption from all grossly intox
icating properties, combined with its mildly
stimulating and invigorating elements, establish
it as the only alcoholic beverage in our country
that can bo imbibed with pleasure and safety.
The nervous torpor and debility which follow
tho administration of other alcoholic prepara
tions and mixtures of the day, succeeded by
their intense and painful nervous reactions, are
unknown as the subsequent effects of the Schie
dam Schnapps, even when taken so freely,
while as a Stomachic, a Tonic Appetizer, it
stands pre-eminent amon^the established cura
tives of the day.
A public trial of twenty years’ duration, in
every section of our country, of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps, its nnsolicited endorsement
by the medical faculty, and a sale nnequaled by
nny other alcoholic distillation, have insured
for it the reputation of purity and salubrity
claimal for it by the proprietor on its original
introduction to the public.
Fat np in quart and pint bottles, handsomely
wrapped in yellow paper.
For sale by all druggists, apothecaries and
grocers in the United States. Udolpho Wolfe’s
Estate, Sole Importer and Proprietor, No. 22
Beaver street, New York. For sale-by
J. B. Boss A Son.
QRIMS0X CLOVER SEED, imported by Js
Schall. Also a Lot of FIXE SEED WHEAT,
HARRIS. CLAY A CO..
Corner Thirl and Cherry and Fourth
octl3 tf And Poplar JSt*.. Macon, Ga.
Hair Brushes and Combs,
ELLIS’ DRUG STORE.
JOB PRINTER WANTED.
U\NE who understands Press-Work, and can Super
If intend an office as Foreman, can *er h situatior
ni the Albany News offiee, by applying immediately,
I will be in Macon till Friday nr Saturday.
C\KEY W. STYLES.
octl3-3t) Proprietor Albany New?.
Blue Stone! Blue Stone!
A T ELLIS’ DRUG STORE.
LIVERY AND SILG STABLES.
rpHK above establishment ha.« recently been ven
I yated and fitted ip for the Fall trade, with FINE
TURNOUTS of every dc« 'ript
safe and polite drivers. The
n FOR HIRE, i
Boarding and Transient Horses
Are under the Fut>ervi?inn of that well known Groom
...d Farrier, DAVID TOWNS, whose services bav
been secured for the season, with an ablo corps of a«-
Every attention given DROVERS and TRAN
oct!3-tf) MATT. FREEMAN.
On tho 7th of October, 1869, at the residence of
tlie bride's father, Laurens county, Ga., by tho Itev.
M. J. Morgan, Dr. Harris Fisher, of Dublin. Ga.,
and Miss Julia E., youngest daughter of Major M.
Smokxho Tobacco.—We are indebted to W.
Morgan, lower end of Mulberry street, for a
1*Apricot” Smoking Tobacco, put up by
V Baltimore, and a very fine article.
Emigration West.—The Borne Courier no
tices sixteen wagon loads of people on their
way to the great West. It is a marvel that any
body should quit Floyd in hope to find a better
country. He will never do it, and if he cannot
live there, just let him drop himself into the
Coosa and say no more about it.
Too Much Libertt.—At the dedication of the
Art Gallery in Washington, last week, General
Sherman made a speech, in which he said :
“ It is gratifying that the country is now in
the enjoyment of peace. Every man can come
and go as he pleases, and has all the liberty he
ought to have, and more too. If this does not
satisfy the American people, they ought not to
The Presbyterian Church South has eleven
Synods, fifty-four Presbyteries, eight hundred
and fifty-seven ministers, and fifty-nine licen
tiates; one thousand four hundred and sixty
churches, seventy-nine thousand nine hundred
and sixty-one communicants. Additions during
the year, on examination, four thousand four
hundred and seventy, and by certificate two
thousand seven hundred and ten. The contri
butions for all purposes amounted to seven hun
dred and seventy-four thousand four hundred
Raw beef, it is asserted, proves of the great
est benefit as a diet for persons of frail consti
tutions. It is reported that physicians are now
administering to consumptives a diet of finely
chopped raw beef, properly seasoned with salt,
and heated by placing the dish containing it in
boiling water. This food is given also in cases
where the stomach rejects almost every other
form of food. It assimilates rapidly and affords
the best nourishment, while patients learn to
long for it and like it as much as Dr. Kane did
his Arctic dinners of raw seal and walrus.
Tribute of Respect.
At & called meeting of Young America Fire Company
No. 3, held October 10,1S69, tho following pream
ble and resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, in his wise
dispensation of providence, to remove from our
midot our lamented brother, JOHN 8TREYER, an
honorary member, who departed this life on tho 9th
1st. That in hi4 death, this Company has sus
tained the loss ot one of its most worthy and estima
ble members. But one short year ago. his beloved
wife passed the “dark valley,” and now we have laid
him beside her, so that as they were united in life,
they are united in that sleep which knows no waking.
Mr. Streyer was one of the original number that
organized Young America Fire Company No. 3, and
through its history has been one of its most zealous
and faithful members. For many years he held the
poet of engineer, and the fine appearance and per
fect order of the Company’s engine, amply attest
his skill and faithfulness. Not only was be diligent
in the discharge of his duties as engineer, but when
the alarm of fire sounded, he invariably rushed to his
post; nor was this all—on the annual parades and
public occasions, be never failed to take a pride in
putting his machine in fine trim, but endeavored to
infuse into the bosoms of others, that enthusiasm,
noble and honest as it was. which animated him.
His death has cast a pall of gloom over the whole
company. Beloved by the entire membership, his
loss is severely felt, and a long time will elapse ere
his sterling virtues will be forgotten.
A fine evidence of his personal worth was given
us in the presence of the Chief Engineer and his as
sistants, at the head of the large procession of fire
men, as well as a full attendance of Franklin Lodge
of Odd Fellows, of which he was a worthy member,
besides a long routine of carriages, with his friends
Thus, when to live was most desirable, when the
world was beginning again to look fresh and bright,
our friend Is taken away. May he rest in peace,
and enjoy as a reward of his trials below, a seat at
the right hand of the Father, where with she, whom
he loved here on earth, he can enjoy a blissful
2nd. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be published in the MAnnn Dailj Telegraph and
Journal and Messenger, and a copy be placed on the
minutes of our Company; also a copy be sent to the
family of the deceased.
CHAS. E. DAMOUR, >
WALTER T. ROBS, >
T. E. KNIGHT, )
October IS, 1869.
A CHIME FOB BUSINESS !
site the Ralston Hall, in the very centre of trade and
the finest locality for retail business in the city.
The books of the house will be tendered for reference.
The s f ock h«s been purposely reduced, with th
of finding a readr purchaser with a s»oh1I . .. _
The h U'O will he turned over immediately to the
I have in store, in reduced lot*. BACON, LARD,
FLOUR. si’iMR. COFFEE. WHISKY. TOBACCO.
SALT, VINEGAR, of the finest aualities, Canned
Goods. Pickles, Brandy Peaches, Sardine - . Ouster:
Crackers, Cheese. Confectioneries. Rope, Juz-War<.
Wooden-Ware, Sugar, Corn (ready for u e.) # Rice
Corn, Starch, Potit'.es. Candle*, Soaps and a variety of
other articles, in small quantities, too numerous to
For further information, apply to my agent at 6’
Cherry Street, Macon, Ga.
octumt E. F. w alker.
W R invite the attention of dealers to our Stock of
Family, Extra and Superfine
Now in store, which is much larger than any in
market. We arc agents for some of the best mills in
Tennessee, and are prepared, at all times, to meet the
market. We guarantee every sack to be as represent
ed, and prices as low as the lowest. Wc have now
in store, over
3000 Whole and Half Sacks,
INoina Cotton Seed.
Market value from 8 to lu cents per pound over or
My terms (or thc«e See*!, (and I guarantee them to
be what I say they are.) sacked and delivered at near
est railroad depot or express office, as parties ordering
may direct, are as follows:
One single Bushe! $6 (X)
Two Bushels or more 5 GO
t>rder.« filled from and after November 1st.
Remittances may bo made by express or post-office
For further particulars address my agents, J. Coll ins
.fc Son, Macon. Ga., or EDEN TAYLOR,
oct9-d eod sawlm Col»parche*\ Ga.
Seed Cotton Wanted,
F >R which tho HIGHEST PR1-ES will he paid at
the Factory. Parties with whom we are unac-
03 in ted must bring proof of proper ownership.
Cotton ginned and packed for toll, and delivered in
ay warehouse from the Factory, free of charge.
Apply to Mr. G. K. M0K ION. Agent, at the mill,
or at his office in the city to
6R0CBRIBS m PROVISIONS.
J. LLOYD & SON,
Oncers and Commission Merclants,
Holltfgswobth Block. Poplar Strkst. Macox, Ga.
JJAVK NOW IN STORE, AND TO ARRIVE,
Tie Larpst Steel of Fleer in the City,
Also, 250 boxes of the celebrated New York CA-
N AS A RAC CHEESE, the best known to the market.
100 Barrels of Whisky,
Embracing JOHN B. LEWIS’ FAMED BOURBON
WHISKY, warranted, and other grades of Choice
Whisky of various brands and prices.
A large stock of
Choice Bacon, Corn and Oats.
500 Bales NEW CROP HAY, fresh and sweet.
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND
Capital oyer Seventeen Million Dollars in Gold!
I * aind Z' n lb) ii?i af' LoSi? m !w *- J*. A S E. D W E L I, IX ii S, et£. Ijsucj Yearly. Silort Tiroo
day, after proof Person, SIITJ* thisi office, briny payable on proof of loss and not sixty
«^£ di!C0Unt ° D th * curr ^ 1 ° tff, ^G^. 1 >s’mad i e in 0 O*SH 1 t |u I (^u'i l r*Jent
cctis-tf I. C PLANT®
——^_ Agent, Macon, Ga.
MRS. F. DESSAU
IS NOW RECEIVING THE LATEST NOVELTIES TS
MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKING, FURS, GLOVES,
TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, REAL LACES, Etc,
«- ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. “S®
08 M TJIjBE R n Y
S T n E 23 T-
CUBBEDGE & HAILE HURST,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
R eceive deposits, bdy and sell ex
change gold. SILVER. Stock,, Bond, and
u ncurrent Funds.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE
Office open at all hours of the day.
TO ARRIVE IN NOVEMBER. 200 TONS
The be.«t FERTILIZER known, and which gavq gen
eral satiafaction to lho*e who ujed it the last planting
?ea?on. We are tho aolo agents for its s,ile in Macon.
Send in your orders at an early day.
WehaveaNo a large stock of other FERTILIZ
ERS. embracing the
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.’S
And Peruvian Guano.
All of which we propose to fell at the LOWESTCA^II
Plenters and dealers are requested tn call and ex-
nine onr stock, as wo will nteke it advantageous to
all who deal with ns.
J. LLOYD & SOY,
octl3-tf.) Hollingsworth Block, Macon, Ga.
Durable Lamp Chimneys,
■VIEW STYLE BURNERS, cheap and beautiful.
LAMPS and LANTERNS, KEROSENE or COAL
OIL. (fire-tested.) at
octl.Vtf ELLIS’ DRUG STORE.
J. C. CONKLIN,
No. nYLBKKRY ST®, Macon, Gft.,
I AS ju?t returned from New York with a choice
FB.BWCH AND ENGLISH
— A X D —
Which he i* prepared to make to order in the lateat,
best and most fashionable stjle, and at moderate
rices, Satisfaction guaranteed. lie respectfully ao-
>its a share of public patronage.
Gentlemen will also find at this place & handsome
JONES & BAXTER,
1«. too CHERRY STREET, So. 100
JJ AYE IN STORE, and FOR SALE CHEAP-
300 Barrels FLOUR, all grades
25 Barrels SUGAR, all grades
50 Barrels MOLASSES
50 Sacks RIO COFFEE
50 Kits No 1 and MESS MACKEREL
75 Barrels PICKLED PORK
15 Boxes CHEESE
fO Boxes BAR SOAP
100 Boxes STAR CANDLES
IF on Bushels Tenno.sco SEED OATS
300 Bushels Tennefsee SEED BARLEY
300 Bushels Tennessee SEED RYE
203 Bushels Red and WhiteTcnn.SEED WHEAT
50 Barrels WHISKY, different grades.
LINLH PLASTER and CEMENT
Always on hand.
J. L. SHEA,
HAS JUST OPENED A FTNE LOT OF
Al?o, an elegant assortment of
STATE FAIR BULLETIN
Which ho will be pleased to show t<* his customers
and the public generally.
No. 44 SECOND STREET, MACON, GA.
50 Per Cent. Below Cost!
A LARGE LOT OF
BOOTS AND SHO E
Slightly damaged on tho Steamer San Jacir, Ams
been received by
Call and see t
THE ONLY PUBLICATION
As officially revised October 8tb, to be made.
The BULLETLIN will contain a complete cata
logue of the State Fair.
Advertisers may yet secure a small space, at per
square, by forwarding their cards previous to the 16th
For circulars, address
octll-5t N. PINK HAM.
J. C. CONKLIW
M. S. THOMSON.
1000 TONS ON HAND
And to arrive in THIRTY DAYS, of the noted
COAL CREEK COAL!
109 per cent, saved by using it. For Grates. Cook
ing, Furnaces. Gas and Black«mi:h*.it is unequalled.
Mr. A L. BUTTS, Agent, in charge of Yard, will
attend order, or if left at office of BUTTS A BRO.,
will be promptly filled. Terms cash.
For farther information address
A. L. BUTTS. ~
A gen’, Macon, Ga.,
Or. J. M. BORN. Jr., & CO.,
Atlanta, Ga. iepl8-eod2m
N. S. FINNEY & CO.,
actors and Commission Merchants,
Receiving; and Forwarding; Agent*,
B USINESS AGENTS for the Brunt-wick and Al
bany Railroad Company; Savannah and Florida
Inland Steamboat Company ; *' Anchor Line” of
Steamships between New York and Liverpool.
Also. Drawers of Sterling Bills on England. Ireland
and Scotland; and dealers in Southern Securities and
New York Exchange.
Advances made on Consignments of LUMBER,
COTTON and NAVAL STORES
Freight* consigned to us from New York, to all
points in the interior, will be promptly forwarded.
Henry Clews 4 Co., Ne* Yqrk-
Dabney, Morgan A Co., New York.
Howland «k Aspinwall, "
Morris Ketchum, **
HARRIS, CLAY A CQ„
Third and Cherry
Fourth and Poplar
That for quality, quanti
ty and price,
CAN'T flE SURPASSED
by any dealer in Macon,
(Damour’s Block,) ^
SECOND STREET, MACON. GA.
And will be sold at FIFTY PER CENT, below cost.
First-Class Boots and Shoes,
r cry day 1
Working - Men's Association!
T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN: Prepare to pay [
1 i one dollar and twenty-five cent? when called on, h
t«» pay to the heir* of Mr. Shepherd-being the first-'i
assessment of our Association—or call at my store./
anti l will reoeive it there.
Any person desirous of Joining can do §o bv enllin
on or addressing II. W. BUIFKUILLKT.
oct!2-tf.) _ ^ Agent for the
Notice to Tax-Payers of HiliL*
r PIIE books aro now open for the collection of Stalj
JL and County Taxes for lhG9. Remember to coa
all, both white and colored.
To those who have no property, and only pay a polF
tax, I hope will come nnd pny, ns it is only one dollar.
The law maker it a duty for the Tax Collector to no-
tiiy and collect your taxes from your employers if not
paid—which is on unpleasant duty for me. 1 wish nil
to cotne nnd pny their own taxes. I hope employer*
will notify their hands to that effect.
To all freedmen that can rend, Dotify their color to
come and pay without being forced.
F. M. HEATH, |
Tax Collector for Bibb County.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
A NICK PHOTON AND IIARN'KSS, in tip-top
order, as good as a new one, and can be bought
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
MRS. B. F. EVANS, Proprietress.
I S now opened for Boarders. D*y and Permanent
Boarders neoeamodated. Terms moderate.
on the FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER NEXT,
the following property:
One Brick Store House and Lot on the north side
of Commerce street, in said town, fronting on Com
merce street 73 feet, and running back 105 feet—said
lot known as a portion of square letted A. in said town.
Also, at the same time and place, one Lot with an
Elegant New Store House on it, on the north side of
Commerce street, square letter A, in said town, front
ing on Commerce street 28 feet, and running back 70
Also, at the same time and place, one fourth inter
est in the Rock Warehouse, in the town of Hawkins-
ville. now occupied by Mea^ Bozeman A Pate.
All tne above described property now belongs to
flarvy W. Lathrop, of Baltimore. Md., and will be
sold as his property. Terms Cash. Purchasers to pay
for title deeds
oct8-td D. RAWLS, Agent.
Mill Pond and Channel Oysters.
A FTER the first of November, it i* proposed to
furnish these Oysters,
EITHER IN THE SHELL OR OPENED.
in quantities to suit purchasers and at the lowest
The MILL POND OYSTERS supplied will be the
CELEBRATED CULLA ISLAND OYSTER,
From the Lucas Mill Pond at Charleston, which, for
flavor and plumpness is well known to be unsur
passed. Terms Cash. .
Orders solicited from all parts of tne country.
AcMre's THOMAS McCRADY. Agent.
P. 0. Box No- 339, Charleston, S. C.
For Sale! For Sale!
\JLTILL be sold before tho Court-house door in tho
T T city of Macon, on tho 1st Tue?d;iy in November
next, between the legal hours of sale, if not void ht>*
fore at private s ile, tour very desirable building Lota
ie«r Wesleyan Female College and adjoining tho res-
denco of O. G. Sparks: five two-room Houses in Col
linsville ; five acres of Land near T.Unal Sqa 2*
10 acre* of Land adjoining Hoge’« briok yu^r
acres of Land near Leroy Napier’s residenev- i!>0
acres of Land on tho Macon and Brunswick K iilroad.
seven miles from Macon, heavily timbered with whito
'. Apply to
A. P. k 0. C. COLLINS,
plansaud specifications, until the 22*1 inst.
J. M. BOA It DM AN.
octlO-lOi Chairm m Building Committee
James Adger k Co..
Hon. J B. Campbell,
Dr. S* J. Ravenel.
John S. Ryan.
McCrady k Son,
W. G. Dingle,
N. L. DRURY.
^f*" ^House & Sign Painter,
GILDER, GLAZIER AJfD PAPER HUGH
OVER LAWTON A LAWTON'8.
i*nl«-tf MACON, GA.
Seed Gotton, Seed Cotton
1 )ARTIKS desiring to sell their Seed Cotton can
procure for it the TIP TOP CASH MARKET
PRl "E at thn Ginning and Packing Department of
auglS eod-dAwtfFINDLAYUtON WORKS
G EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY-AD persons con
cerned are hereby notified that Walker C. Allen,
next friend of the mino** children of Samuel Al'en,
deceased, applies for the setting apart and valuation
of homestead, and I will pass upon the same at Mon-
ticello, on the 20th day of October. 1869. ♦i.-.o.t.
Given under my hand aDd official signature thissth
day of October, 1869. M- H. HUTCHISON,
octl3-d2twlt 0rdinar r-
G EORGIA, JASPER COUNTY.-AII persons con
cerned are hereby notified that Jane P-
applies for the setting apart and valuation of borne-
stead, and I will pass upon the same at vlonticello. on
the 20th day of October. 1869. at my office.
Given under my hand and official sirnetureth^ 8th
day of October, 18£9. M. H* HUTCHISON,
P ART OF A HOU.SK. FURNISHED, on Walnut
street, nearly _onpo.«De_ the Episcopal Church.
A BOX OF BOOKS.
C ONTAINING papere of value to Mr. J. R. Sneed,
i of Savapr.ah, wa.« left over a year ago in thenffice
over B. A. Wife’s Crockery Store, on Mulberry s'reet,
then occupied by Col. Jchn B. Weems an a Law Office.
Any information, left at this office, of tho-nine will
oblige • THE OWNER.
JUDGE OF US BY THE PAST.
ADAMS, JONES & REYNOLDS
■yirOULD respectfully say to the Cotton planters of
VY Southwestern and Middle Georgia, whom it has
been their pleasure to servo the pa-t season so satis
factorily. that they will find them fully prepared an<
ready to receive, store, ship or pell to the vei^ best
advantage, all Cotton consigned to
coming season : while to thfge who
fore tried up, we would say wo kn':
y °We offer the usual accommoda‘ion to our patrons
on their growing crops, and wil take pleasure in fill
ing their order* for supplies promptly and at lowest
market rates. Call and see a? at the
Opposite Brown's and Byington’s Hotels.
Office of the G a. State Agriccltcral Society, »
6-3 Mulberry Street, Macou^^. j
T HE Secretary will RENT, to the highest bidder,
on the Fair Grounds. 10 o’clock on Saturday
morning, Restaurant 9 , Mores, Stalls^
No bids will he counted good unless t!
nigh the best rriercnces for integrity ai
Farther term? and Btipulatio
i during the
e parties far
e known on the
hesitatingly recommend it to our
pTantmg friends as being equal to any other prepara-
HIS FERTILIZER., baria?
G eorgia, jasper county.-ah persons coa
ceraed are hereby notified that Thomas L. Ureer
applies for exemption of personalty and setting
and valuation of homestead-and l will P^“ s
same at Monticello, on the 20th day of October, ISo,,
^OiTen under my band aud o® ci *’ 8th
day of Oc r ober, 1869. M* H. HUTCHL.ON,
Brilliant Bar and Bestaurant,
45 Ttolrd Street, <>*-
X. B. BBBaraa, Proprietor.
TN addition to the elexant BAR lw‘ &“riASS
1 the proprietor has lately fitted np a FIRST-CLAhS
BESTAURANT. where hi* patrons een obtain
»t all hours. Fresh oy-ters. fieh end came I erred np
on short notice end in thebest style. . , ...
^None but the choicest win «e and lwuors^eptetthis
tion. and superior to many, for cotton, corn, wheat,
oats, etc , and all kinds of vegetables All to whom
we have sold it in the last three years, from whom we
have beard, without any exception, speak of it in the
very highest terms.
25 TOWS WOW XW STORE,
and for sale at 170 per. ton here, or we.will sell it St
manufacturers’ prices in Baltimore, freight added.
J0NKR A BAXTER,
ocU-1 m Cherry street^
J. A. WALKER. J- E. GRATBILL.
J. A. WALKER & CO?,
C OTTON PACKERS and Dealers in allUnds of
Loose Cotton. Sample.*..Pickings and .Waste, r.- ,
• pectfullj tender their services to the business com «
munity generally, and especi lly to th' «P
Merchants of the city. Particular attention ,P“d w '
reconstructing” water-packod and miied -otton*. y ,
The hisheet market prie# paid fo.r Woo’, and Hides,..