'<I%OV . 1.. M 1 .3. 0)4.
nai.isifiD RviHv itium iv
LINES, WING A SMITH.
No. 10 Hulllng*wrUi Block.
40 I filer* relating tn Nntarrtfdion ehtmld f* ad
i Ifnrtl If /.in#*. Wing J Smith, ilanm, (in.
VommwUcal ion* Jar the /*i/* r cheat,! be ml
ilrmmt to the Kd (/or. Wt rnnmrt underlain lo
return rejected rOmWinnlealkme. Will authenti
cated her, ttefM, f, . ill jairtn the Staff, no
W. WATKIN HICKS. Editor.
Maiok, Kept. 'MI, I Ifiii.
Mr. Editor . Haying learned llmt live
Congressional Executive Committee have
l ulled the Convention to nominute a cun
diilute for Congrc** to 1111 the unexplml
term of Hon. T. J. Speer, ut Forsyth. on
Tuetday. October Bth. 1 hereby endorse
said notion and suggest to (he counties in
said District to ael accordingly. 1 nmke
thin iinnounccment an 1 hud suggested
Macon, Tuesday, October Bth.
T. IfutntcMAN, Jr,
Chin'u Ex. Com.
Democratic papers in District please
Till; II HIT.
We have few words to say concerning
the unfortunate dlalui bance at the I’olls
yesterday. We wore not present anil, con
*e(|ucnlly aaw nothing of It. Those who
were present nnd witnessed all, give va
rlous accounts—all agreeing however, Unit
the negroes begun by throwing brick bats
! white men who were at the polls.
This was the signal for a general light
in w hich plstolH were freely used on both
sides, and whicliJri’Hiilted in the death of
three persons and thd wounding of ninny
The excitement was brief In duration,
and the Voting proeeedc 1 The Colored
people however, refused to vote, though
urgtM to do so by Mayor Ilnir and other
They were more intlinldnicd by their
unworthy lenders Utau hy uuy demoimi™
tiou uttlie poll* Protection wus guaranteed
to them In our hem iii); hy hiH Honor May
or llutT, and they were told hy tniitiy lili
/.odi Hint there should he no Interference
with their right to vote, only they must
not litze the poll* for the liitiinldiithiu of
A number of colored men were die
pored to proceed with the vole, hut some
of their lenders, loudly declaimed against
11, snyiug that they would coolest the elec
tion. etc., etc., which tcrony advice seemed
to have weight with the crowd Wo are
sntisfWd thnt every Dutu could have voted
In peace, if lie had chosen to do so. We
therefore, are bound to < ensuio the lend
ers of the colored people, nud do charge
home upon them, n large slime of the
responsibility of yesterday's disgrnerfnl
Wc are of the opinion that so long ns
the colored citizens of liibh county submit
to their present lendem nud counsellors, so
long will there he I rouble, list nud blood
shod nt elections
They make incendiary hiunngues, mid
utter violent threats which they know must
lnthuua ths passions of all parties They
do not know the force of the language they
employ, and it comes home to them when
the spirit they invoko presents itself in
he shnjK' of Hying brickbats nud cracking
pistol shots. Wo are lorry for the masses
of our colored cltl/ous. We tried to reason
with them yesterday. They listcucd to us
icsjvcctfully. and, weverilv believe, would
have fallowed the good advice given them,
but for two or three of their more than In
sane leaders who would not listen to ren
son or to common sense
With this conviction we lcuvo the mut
ter, witu one word to the colored people.
Your interests lie with your tthiUi Jellou
ritiietu in political matters. if you iu
tend toencouiago the spirit of hats, sec
tionalism, race, and opposition to the
whites, we have a woid ot warning to
utter —You rill jorstA It cannot he
otherwise. Youeunuot keep up this war
fare. it will not be submitted to, and you
w ill go dow a! We would save you, and
therefore we CotiuJel you in time.
Hm wc have nothing eitendod to say.
We saw enough yesterday to satisfy us of
many things, among them llil In particu
lar that until the colored people dismiss
their present leaders—we ahull have war
and not peace, riot and not fairdruling,
hliHslshcd and not liatvruily ' Then' is
no hope, as we believe We are sorry to
chink this, and te say it, But our con
viction ia deep, founded on obsn vulicua
made yesterday, aud on our individual ef
forts to advise them iu the lutarest* of
!>eace and good-will.
thi: bj:h k\.
Our readers are refut'd to the lochl sido
for the late*! return of the election
We ar* praud of our State to-day !
There cau be no doubt of the loyalty of
her sons Mr. Smith is elected Uy ut least
40,000 majority, as we believe, and we are
free from radical misrule, as we hope, for
ever more. Now let the good work go
on 1 We have other victories to gain
Georgia speaks certainly to the Liberal boats
of the country aud her voice wilt shake
the nation In interest of reform aud re
The Eugliah people, aristocratic uud
plebien. arc still discussing the Geneva
awards. Some of our cousins are very
uncomplimentary to us, and speak as
though they intend to ‘'whale’' us noon,
which we do not believe. Jehu Hull is a
blusterer, aud when he gets cantankerous,
he must tare about, plough lira ground,
aud sow considerably, But. he is only
blustering, lie will cool down—and the
beast that Is lu him will be controlled by
the man that be is. Let us have peace
A sweet little loy was hurlod lust Sab
bath at Windsor Hill, near our city. His
name was Lee Hall—the twiu brother of
Hampton, children of Mr. M. M ami Mrs.
Itebecca Hall, Of this clly. The father hs
been, and Ujnow, absent lu the far West,
and has not yet learned the sad intelligence
Little Lee was rentalkabiy intelligent,
and was already developing u beautiful
character. Hi* place In the Sunday school
was always filled, and hit Scripture les
sons were well studied for one so young
His little Mends nt Windsor Hill, in their
week day pleasure, as well ns on the holy
Hnbbalb, greatly mis* their.little compan
ion, who always carried sunshine with
They feel that they have lost mote than
they can express, and tenderly wonder if
they shall see him again.
Dear Loys—let us speak to yon. .Stop
your play and listen. Your little friend
Is gone to a better world, ami is enjoying
more plcasiuw Ilian you ran think of
There ure plenty of good boys in heaven,
plenty of them. We an* quite sure llial
you shall meet yoltr little fiiend and play
mate again. It wilt he in another world,
more beautiful and bright than this one—
God's/ood world, where Ids good obedi
ent children shall live forever. We hope
yon will often think of little Lee Hall,
and pray to God to bring you all to the
heavenly home where ho nnd thousands
of others ate to-day.
The funeral services of this good man
wore very largely attended at First Street
Church on Monday morning Isst. A
number of ministers from the Americas
District were present, while the Church
was crowded with weeping Mends
The Methodist Church has lost a hum
ing und a shining light, ilis place will
he bard to till in the South Georgia Con
fere nee, while thu void made in thou
sands of hearts will remain until he is
greeted again In the home of the blest.
We cannot speak of him ealtuly. He
was our warm, faithful, personal friend.
We knew his heart life and were admitted
to the sacred chamber of his friendship
und love. He was a man of weeping love
His soul poured itself nit upon those
whom he would save and bless, while to
his friends he was a constant wonder of
hurtling zeal for the good master mid the
divine cause. To day he is face lo face
with divine royalty, and he wears a bright
llKin officials iu (lie ltoiuan t'al.’i.dlc
and (fleck Churches are iu correspon
dence, it is staled, on nlfnira of moment
There ia douhllcaa a disposition on liotli
sides, to attuin a clear, foil, Christian un
derstanding. We hope for good results,
aud believe, that such uu alliance ns may
ho formed by these two great bodies,
would compel I'rhice Bismarck to recall
hi* order which has driven certain eccle
■nasties from Germany'.
iVlnjor Mull <
Several persons are swift censure Mayor
Hull'for his proclamation in view of the
election held yesterday. Such persona
have little to do, aud do not stop to consld
er. Mayor Hull did his duty as Chief
Magistrate of Macon, and it will he best, iu
our Judgement not to open up the question.
Ho was bound ta make necessary nr
rangcutcuts to preserve the penco of the
city, and it is due to him. to say, Hint he
wiut utterly unpurtisan. in his proclama
lion, nud subsequent conduct. He did
ull thnt mortal man could do. ami deserves
the thanks <>l all citixeus. There was
much hot blood on all sides, aud ids cool
ness had much to do in allaying the ex
cl lenient and preventing further blood
It is unfortunate that some pci sons are
constitutionally croakers. They cun do
not otherwise. It is iu them and, liku the
scarlet fever it must come out. or prove fa
tal. Wo liopo reflection will cure ull
these things. I.cl us bo Just iu all things
CATIIOIIC lIISIIOP OK GKOUUIa. —It is
reported that llishop IVrsico has sent iu
his resignation to the Pope Wo have not
seen a corroboration of the leport, and
have no fuels. A distinguished New York
redemptionist Father is already named iu
connection with the See to be vacated.
Wrtffwr ref fhr flu tly Kntrrjrritf :
A won] or two upon this subject just ill
this lime, Mr. Kdltor, suggested by recent
observations. 1 apprehend will not be out
of place Conventions of delegates called
to nominate candidates, is. by no means, a
laxly to be manipulated or " stocked," us
you would expect to Hnd an assemblage of
traders iu merchantable wares. At any
rate, a body of this character should not
l>o other than patriot citizens, who, outside
of personal preferences, are in convention
to choose the most available and the best
exponent ot their interests and virtues.—
Your correspondent regrets to know that
our conventions generally are not so com
posed. A candidate secures tho votes
of delegates even beforr they are all
made sueh by thoir constituencies, and
wbtu the convention assembles, wo
and, unfortunaiely that tho "gamo" of
some individual has been played before
the body met in grave deliberation upon
the merits of the respective candidates
Let us hope that this practice in the future
will end. and that when conventions as
semble thre will be a foil. Dee. ami frank
discussion of all the questions involved
beforr the gentlemen manifest their prefer
ences. This is as it should be. aud for
one 1 should feel more inclined lo throw
overboard any one who should seek by
yCnenu to accomplish an end in a nomina
ting convention before it assembled, thou
to give him my support.
Because a candidate lias this man or i
that man pledged to him. or this delega
tion er that ported t* hu intern! is no
argument that he is the man to represent
our people or their interests, and lor one
I do trust that this thing will end aud
that conventions will be Influenced by
higher and nobler considerations than any
such trickery. Jr.viLS
Moktichxo, (!*., Sept 27. 1572.
From Our Own Correspondent. 1
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
WasuimiTOK. Sept. 30. — As predicted
It inv former dispatches, Gov. Curtin has
nobly declared in favor of the Liberal Re
publican side in the present political con
test, stid particularly in favor of the State
ticket put In the field by that party in
Pennsylvania Ills speech lust night at
ltcllfonte to an immense multitude that
assembled to listen to his words, what
might have been expected from u true
patriot and wise statesman. His warm
udvocacy of the general amnesty princi
ple will meet the public approval aud his
calm but incontrovertible exposure of the
tactics which has given his native State
over to the hands of the corruptionist
ring, by whom it is now governed will
materially assist the discomfiture and
overthrow of that unscrupulous fuction in
the election shortly to take place there.
It is very significant of the demoraliza
tion which tiie abuse of political power
has wrought upon the Republican party
of old, that we see on all hands that party
abandoned by these who a few years ago
were its principal leaders and supporters,
and whose places have been taken by a
set of speculators having no other ambition
Ilian personal aggrandisement Among
the best and purest of these so called
•‘traitors ” to the party of old is Andrew
Curtin, wbo was never known through
out a long and eminent public career to
countenance any species of political trick
ery. In all his party contests lie has ever
been a leader of high tone und honorable
aspirations. No wonder the Grantees
growl because lie has abandoned their in
tolerent aud pettifogging crew.
Horace Greeley's late speeches is the theme
of all tongues, and are having a very mor
bid cllect upon the November Campaign.
The most sanguine of the other party now
go about with troubled faces.nnd the prod
igals who sport with money for gain on
election in the Radical camp have button
ed up their packets in dead earnest. Sev
eral large bets which have been standing
without takers at the ruinous sporting
head quarters have been suddently with
drawn, und there are those who now oiler
to back their opinions w ith money on the
Greeley side who vainly make overtures
to their opponents. Mr Greeley does not
seem now to have a doubt of his election
lie states in private conversatioa his true
confidence in the result and says that he
will carry Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylva
nia without a doubt.
The President and the "family," driven
awuy from the sea side hy stress of weath
er, now haunt the thoroughfares of the Na
tional Capital, uud sigh for tire commence
ment of tlie winter gaieties It is only since
the present administration came into pow
c - that the doctrine has obtained that the
Presidential office is a toy uud its grave
duties mere bagatelle.
A Sunday paper here publishes a collec
tion of all the public speeches Grant has
made since lie became President, which,
all told, occupy about one-third of a col-
L' lin of nonpareil. The entiro collection
makes about two minutes' choice reading,
which it would puzzle Findley Murray to
General Young, of Georgia, who was
here a few days ago, expressed his belief
fiat Georgia will give Greeley 30,000 ma
jority iu November. General Y has many
purftnunl friends hero who rejoice to know
that he hns been nominated for Congress.
It is given out that Bullock, late Gov
ernor of Georgia is going to write a book.
A particular account of his late career in
Georgia would be interesting reading, and
this subject is suggested as a topic for him
to exercise his liierury mind upou. lie is
living iu princely style in Canada on the
proceeds of ids late Hilary as Chief Execu
tive of Georgia, which, it seems he hns in
vested w ith a shrew and reference to a liberal
income 1 see that handsome and popu
lar gentleman Du Hose is announced as
a straight out candidate for Congress iu
Hie Eight District of Georgia, having fuil
to get the regular nomination.
If as stated, he expects to obtain enough
ltadicul votes to elect him in addition lo
those of tho straight outs, lie may reckon
without Ids host uud fall far behind in the
race which would be a great pity, Genend
0u B. is a good deal of a favorite here,
and his defeat ns a candidate would be
regretted hy many personal as well as po
litical friends who have a vivid recollec
tion oi Iris genial and hospitable nature.
Fate on Saturday night our neighbor
ing city of Georgetown was the scene of
another of those fcnrlul tragedies which
have been so frequent of late in this vi
cinity. A negro named Charles Johnson in
a lit ol jealous rage seized a razor w ith
which lie was about to shave himself and
cut Ids wife's threat from ear to car with
it producing almost instantaneous death.
It is slated that the murdered woman was
unfaithful to her marital vows, aud had
just been taunting her husband by boast
ing of the fact, when exasperated by her
shameless demeanor he seized die deadly
weapon and executed his vengefol pur
pose as above stated.
Yesterday at the coronets inquest it was
ascertained thnt the murder had been a
double one the victim being encieutc. This
is the tenth homicide which lisa been
committed hern in the past three months,
and the seventh iu which fire murderer
was a negro. Our courts are so constitu
trd as almost to guarantee immunity from,
crime when the culptit is of the African
races, and it may he interred from previous
experience that wo shall shortly after the
next term of the criminal court have the
miqor pari of these knights ofthe razor aud
the butcher's cleaver turned loose to prey
upon the community.
Euom Ai.iiany — Our friend Aleck Men
ard, received the following telegram an
uouncing the Democratic victory iu
We send Fvon and Gilbert to Atlanta,
under the charge of Harris. Eveything
clear gone. Mass;
Mu. Oeouok 11. Stkwakt, of Phila
delphia, is of the opinion that Pennsylva
nia will go for Grant by 40,000 majority ;
this dot's not look well for Stew art's clear
sightedness. However we are willing to
abide tho issue.
Thb administration organs cannot find
langogc vile enough to fulminate against
Andrew G. Curtin, who has espoused so
earnestly the liberal cause.
Conservatory of Music.
\PPLI CATIONS for instruction cau new
t.e made at the Conservatory Rooms,
comer Mulberry ainl Second streets, over
Boardman's. between the hours of 1* and I'd *.
a. Those who desire class tuition will please
apply as soon as possible, as the Principal
wishes to form the different degrees of class.*
before October Tth, at which time the Conserv
atory will open.
G. A. GNOSSPEUL'S, Principal.
■— - """
Die. 11. F. UKiiiOS.
OFFICE o?ei M. R. Roger* A Co’*., Con*
Residence, rloro street, opposite George B.
Obear’n. oct 2-lm.
\ seven room house situated In a desirable
. portion of the city adjoining Dr. Bran
hams old residence; splended well of water
and all necessary outbuilding**.
Apply to MRS. REEVES,
It * or at tills office.
MISS MAGGIE C. KELLEY
| £ AS JI’ST RECEIVED her FALL STOCK
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS,
consisting of everything uaually found in that
bhe will he pleased to aee her old friend**,
and aa many new ones, at her Store, onICOT-
ToN AVENUE, next to BROWN’S FIIOTO
M. C. KELLEY.
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFCK, I
Macon & Bkunmwick Kaij.hoad Cos., >
Macon, Ga., September 21, 1872. )
(iN and after Monday September 23,1872,
/ trans will run aft followa :
DAT ACCOMMODATION TRAIN DAILY.
Leave Macon 8:15 a. m
Arrive at Jeaup 5:50 r. m
Arrive at Brunswick 10:00 p. m.
Leave Brunswick 4:30 a. m.
Arrive at Jesup *>:4s a. m.
Arrive at Macon 5:20 i\ m.
Connects closely at Jeaup with trains oj At
lantic and Gulf Railroad, to and from Savannah
NIGHT I’ASSENQBK TRAIN, DAILY.
Leave Macon 7. 45 p. m
Arrive at bavannah 7. 15 a. m
Leave Savannah 7. 00 i\ m
Arrive nt Macon 0. 45 a. m
HAWKINSVII.I.B TRAIN DAII.T, (SUNDAYS EX
Leave Macon 2:55 p. m.
Arrive at Jlawkinsville 0:30 p. m.
Leave Hawkinsville 7:00 a. m.
Arrive at Macon 10:30 a. m.
149tf General Superintendent.
JAAKd 11. lIIsOUKT. ISAAC HARDEMAN.
111.01 Vl' <V KIAIIDEMA^f,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MACON, GEORG A.
( \FFICK, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry
. ) street. 49-360
(v N E of the moat desirable places on Troup
/ Hill, one mile from the Court House, and
near Mercer University. Nineacres of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Parties wanting to rent a good house can se
ctire one by applying to the undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. H. Wrigley A Cos., 00 and 08 Second
street, Macon, Ga.
132-tf JAMES W. KNOTT,
a. ii. vvuiGi.nv. wm. a. cherry.
R. H. WRIGLEY £c CO.,
Genera] Mm Mentals,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
(SO & (SO SECOND SRTEET,
123tf Macon. Ga.
4 LI. persons indebted to the estate of Jacob
/\ deceased, will please come forward
ami set!b* with Valentine Kalin, Administra
tor and all who have any claims against said
estate will j lease present them to the under
signed for settlement.
131 i:>7 VALENTINE KAHN.
. w. kowaM*
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oflio at entrance of Ka’ston Hall, Cherry street.
£-*r*AU business will receive prompt atten
N’OTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
TICE OF TltE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. Prondflt,
over tlie store of Jaquos A Johnson, Third SL,
Macon, Ua., to attend to all Magisterial busi
Wanted —A HOUSE.
\XTANTED a small 2 or It roomed house,
V v in the vicinity of the Enterprise office.
Possession wanted October Ist. Address
101 tf Macon, Go.
1\ AY board and board and lodging in a pri
-7 vate house, can be hnd by applying to
W. D. Kainev on Walnut street, Macon.
Slept. Pi, 1872. 187-182.
Barber Shop For Rent.
riMIE Uasomant room, formerly occupied by
I. Mike Napier, in Brown’s Hotel building is
for rent. This is one of tlie best stands for a
Bnrticr Shot) in the citv. Apply to
*ep2stf ' BROWN'S HOTEL.
THE FKEMII n WEEKLY.
JT is universally conceded that advertising is
a necessity to success in business; it is also
c, needed, by the shrewdest business men, tlis*
m w>papers are the ties! medium for reaching
till parties whose trade is desired.
TltE MONROE ADVERTISER
re rehes mm of the people trading with Ma
te n than any other journal published in the
ceiuntry; it is, therefore, the V./ medium of
communication with the planting interests.
W c will be happy at any time to furnish refer
enoee to leading merchants here and elsewhere,
who w ill testify to the fact that they have re
ceived orders for goods from parties who read
their cards in The Aitrrrtivr. In fact, many
wlio have availed themselves of its columns,
e-uididly sav that its value exceeds that of all
other journals in which they are represented
The AtlnrtU*-r has thu freshness of Youth and
tlie ripeness of age, aud is therefore deservedly
CHARACTER OF ADVERTISEMENTS.
No advertisements are admitted which are
not believed to lie above question and of real
value, and from parties so unquestionably re
liable that the readers of The AJtrrturr will be
safe iu ordering them from any distance. To
our readers, the fact of its appearance here has
all the weight of endorsement aud authority.
Address. JAM. P HARRISON.
T'ho public are informed that I have icmoTcd
my grocery business from corner of Fourth
aud Pine to the large and commodious store
next to the Kntekikise OrriCE, and formerly
oeiapiedbv H. C. Stevenson, Esq., where I
will be prepared as heretofore to supply my
customers aud the public generally with gro
ceries of every description.
136tf GEORGE F. CHERRY.
MY VINEYARD, embrai'ing six acres in
Scuppernong and Catawba Vines One
wbo can give it proper personal attention will
find it profitable.
Also iny Cotton Land adjoining the \ ine
For further information call at my residence,
or at my law office, In Macon.
Octl2t JOHN RUTHERFORD.
THE Books for the registration of voters for
tiie city election wl'l tie openedon the tlrst
day of October and elo-e at Twoo’clock p. in.,
on Decernber 13, 1872.
ep3o td J. A, MiM ANUS, Clerk _
ON or about Wednesday, October 2nd. wc
will open at No. 101 Cheruy street, (the
store formerly occupied by Collins .V I ittle as
a Ca rlage Repository) a large and well selected
stock of Staple and r ancy Groceries. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to give us a call
ejsSo Ot GEO. BEGOti.
To Lease or Rent.
SIX Room Dwelling house with necesi-ury
. ontbuilidugs on Second street, between
Plum and Pine. Apply on the premises to
pt 7-4 Uod J. 8. (IRA BILL| A|i
\T CZURDA, Teacher of Music, Vocnl and
• Instrumental, would respectfully in
form his many friend* and patron*, that he will
resume his private lessons on Monday next,
Sept. 30th. Orders left either at the Acad my
for the Blind, Guilford, Wood & Cos., or by
note through the post office, will receive prompt
attention. (sept 25-eod2w*)
COME ONE! COME ALL!
rpotlic VEGETABLE anJ CHICKEN nnd
I EGG murket of
C’. C. BAl.Klon .% CO.’S
You can alsoget the Pest £3ucnr, Ooff.e, Teas,
Rice, Flour, Bucon, Sausage, Blank Fish, Mul
let, Fresh Oysters. Crabs and Shrimps, Canned
Goods of all kinds, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco,
Cigars, also a splendid assortment of Notions.
aep26 tf C. C. BALKCOM & CO.
M. 11. HEHBV.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CXUKNKK OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
) Streets, In Court House, Macon, Ga.
M Y interest in the SIX BRICK STORES,
three stories In height, witli basements,
fronting on Poplar street, composing part of
Hollingsworth Block, in this city. For terras,
etc., apply to F. I*. GROCE,
sep 28-tf Hollingsworth Block.
Reff.bence—Lanier & Anderson.
T. 11. COX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Halstou Haft lluiDliiigf,
CHERRY STREET, MACON. GGORGIA.
TJITE return thanks to the citizens of South
VV west Macon for your increased patron
age, especially in the line of prescriptions and
promise you that you shall have our who! at
A PSWC STOBS
is greatly needed in our part of the city. You
ahull have every advantage in
I*l It STY IN ISItIMN,
PROMPT ATT 11 >TION,
DAY Oil NIGHT.
That can be afforded by any house ill the ity.
The ladies are invited to examine our
Come all, and wc will please you if possible.
FRESH DRUGS RECEIVEDEVERY MONTH
N. I>. EYE RETT,
Drug a Ist,
134-159 Fourth Street, near Arch.
At SeyiDßiir, Tinsley & Co.’s
CAN BE FOUND
9) Boxes White Bellies.
25 Barrels Tork Ribs.
50 Boxes Cream Cheese.
20 Barrels Early Rose Potatoes.
20 Barrels Red Onions.
100 Jars Snuff.
75 Kegs Rille Powder.
300 Bags Drop Shot.
200 Thousand Water Proof Caps.
Nuts, Raisins, Oysters, Sardines
ALL FOR SALE
at lowest J others prices.
Seymour, Tinsley & Cos.
Change of Schedule.
ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
FORTY ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE
Office Macon and Acocsta Railroad, I
Macon. May 18, 1872. f
ON snd after Sunday, May 19,1872, ami un
til further notice,'the trains on this Road
will run as follows :
DAT TRAIN DAILT (STNDATS EXCEPTED).
Leave Augusta 11.00 a. si.
Leave Macon 6 80 a. m.
Arrive at Augusta 2.45 p. si.
Arrive at Macon 7.4 u p. m.
JSf” Passengers leaving Maeon at 6.80 a. m.
make close connection at Camak with day pas
senger trains on the Georgia Railroad for At
lanta and all points West; also, for Augusta,
with trains going North, and with train- for
Chariest, n; also, for Athene. Washington, and
all stations on the Georgia Kailroaf
t-tf-IK-k.'tA sold ana baggage chi. ced t > all
points North, both by rail aud by steams hips
W lv S. K. JOHNSON Suo'L
Corn, Bacon ail Floor Emgiriun
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OF DIXIE,”
The Best in the World. Always on Hand.
I claim superior facilities in the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOOR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
And I will make it to the interest of Merchants and Planters to call on me with their MONEY
or GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
W. A, HTJEF.
11l consequence of the great reduction in price of Groceries in the
Northern markets, and owing to the Repeal of Duties on many articles
in our line, we now offer the following goods at annexed prices :
7 Lbs. A. Sugar for SI.OO.
7 1-2 Lbs. Ex. G. Sugar for SI.OO.
8 Lbs. C. Sugar for SI.OO.
MIXED TEAS 75c. Per Lb.
SEGARS A SPECIALTY!
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Fresh. Crackers Every Week!
If Yo Don’t see wliat You Want, Ask for it.
PUTZEL & JACOBS,
NEW YORK GROCERY STORE, 2d ST., DAMOUR BLOCK.