MACON DAILY ENTERPRISE
*i\.. o t.o.
W. W tTKIN lllfit*. Editor.
In the government prosecutions at At
lanta Hie prisoners, despairing of justice,
have waived an examination and given
bonds in 13,000 each to appear at the next
term of the U. 8. District Court. I'. 8.
soldiers were un hand at the behest ot the
Couniissioner (Conley ) Bo we go. "Good
Cord deliver us 1"
Tuk Atlanta Constitution has this to say
of its excellent self
The average circulation of The Constitu
tion, daily, for the three months, ending
October Ist, exceeded three (3,000) thou
We me very much encouraged. Our
Atlanta blends must do better Ilian Unit,
or we shall make a slatctueut that will
confuse their figures
Tun Ktactions Yrstruiiat.—Wo t un
not otrer our readers much ground to hope
that the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio
und Indians, have gone iu the interests of
lieacc, fraternity, nud good government.
The meagre dispatches now at hand are
rather lugubrious. Still they may lie too
anxious to he correct. U> tell the triitli,
wc have known such freaks to he made
by collators of telegraphic news. Jly to
morrow we shall know definitely, und we
must prepare ourselves to swallow bitter
pills without chewing them, und work,
believe, nud wait for brighter skies
Tiie Bt. IjOUI* Faiu.—This great in
stitution is fully under way. We learn
from the ltepubllcan, that Mr. IS. C. Van
eey A Ron, and Mr. C. 11. Pendleton of
< ieorgia, are In attendance.
The following are the names of Georgia
cotton growers who liuvc entered for the
grout prize G. Y. Banks, Macon, U< I’
Jones, Iluudon ; P. G. Holt, Jr., Macon ,
Mr*, ltuukln, Columbus , J,J. Murcrlof,
West Point; James Amis. Newman Post
office; and Frauds Fiintulne, Burton
We hope ail will secure prizes mid ilia
Sunday Bciiooi, JjTkit atiiic.—There
has diiftcd to our table within a few days,
two seemly and attractive publications for
juvenile readers—liotli Issued from Indian
apolis, Indiana One is called "The l.it
tie Sower," anil the other, "The Morning
Watch"—edited respectively by W. W.
Dow ling und Win. D. Worth. They arc
beautifully printed, finely illustrated, and
admirably writlcu. If any of our young
jemlers, or Situday Huliikil liieuds are in
need of such helps and companions, (and
w ho docs not waul them?! wc advise them
to communicate with tlia editors, who will
doubtless 'ake pleasure in making acqunlu
lances in Georgia.
Du. AnNOt.fi.—The Bcholur and livud
master of Higliy School, used to sny "Unit
difference of opinion gives me hut little
concern ; lmt it is u real pleasure to tic
brought into communication with one
who is In earnest, und who really looks to
God's w ill un Ids standard of right and
wrong, and judges of actions according to
their greater or loss conformity."
Hero we have the secret of hit great
ness, who shone for so many years In (tie
firmament of intellect and morals with
Increasing brightness, and died, honored
and beloved by nil civilized people.
Tli* tint principle in lie science of true
manhood nml life, is toleration of oilier
men's opinions, nml whenever this lesson
is indeed lcnrneil, the greatest obstacle in
the way of genuine progress is removed.
■ ■ ■
Col, .lonics ok tiik Tki.Rorai*ii. — Our
readers will find n very interesting nolo
from our friend Col. II 11. Jones of thw
Telegraph and Messenger, in another
column. It will besecu that there was no
mitlnke in our rejxirt, ns to what Mr.
Fitzpatrick said, hut It seems we re|H>rled
but Mr Joues. Jones was the
name given and Mr. Fitzpatrick said what
we reported him as saying, lint there
arc many Jourscs, trad they art 1 not nil
connected with the Telegraph nml Mrs
senger, nor are they all ns clever ns our
The fact is tre ate par tly a J oues.
Our grandmother was a Jones—one of
the Welsh Joneses, lines! deeeendcnls of
the original old commodore of the Hoy at
Navy, aud we have no Idea of "going
liack" ou our relations—rich or i>oor,
whether they aro editors of new -.papers or
residents of Twiggs county.
In good earnest, we insert Col. Jones's
card with the greatest pleasure
I*. B.—Since reading Col. Jones' card
iu prooi, we owe it to ourselves to say,
that, in conversation with Col. Joues, he
distinctly called to mind that Mr. Fitz
patrick did use the words attributed to him
in our report, iu answer to the Colon*!,
to-writ; “You attacked my character iu
a cowardly aud ilamtiablc manner, and
I owe you five dollars for allowing me a
reply in your paper," but not as charg
ing Colonel Jones jiersonatlp with hav
ndiug attacked his character, except by a-
mining into hi* columns the article com
plained of. and which, wo leant from Col.
Jonaa. was charged for as an advarUsc
monl. Wdo not dispute the poiut for a
moment. We were too far front the
speaker to catch all hi* word*, and gave
cerbatim those that we distinctly heard.
Our report, therefore, was not "based
tipau an entirely erroneous statement of
the facts as they really transpired," <it Mr.
Filrinttruk't mwtiiij, but as they really
< \ieted on the hooks of the Telegraph aud
M< Huger, of which, we. as a matter of
couMptaW not he cognizant We per
some Oakwcl kM isAst to the latter
class of Diets, and not to our report of
what transpired It may tie well to state
that our method of taking down speeches
A II 111.14'.
A subscriber, (Dr. Griggs.) laid on our
table this morning n copy of the New
York Herald, dated Thursday, August
24tli, 1811. We have devoured it with
avidity—its contents (we mean.) It spar
kies yet with the fire mid genius of its
Amoug Ihe lively articles, w e find the
following', iu hluiik verse, which must
have gone the rounds iu that day. We
reproduce it with the editor's Introduction.
" Veto in Verse. Our friend and name
sake, .lames Bennett, of Arlington House,
Hong Island, amused himself the other
moonlight evening, iu putting John Ty
ler’s veto into verse.
See It in till" paper. Well, for that lie
shall stand gisl father for our young (word
destroyed) who is beginning to bnwl forth
paragraphs (words destroyed) loudly in
1 UK licit* 111. SIIIK To Till’. sl:Slll
M*sit honored Bcnstor* of lids grcsl land,
Who plac'd thlr T'tsntl /lank ul ifiv command,
And socined to say, good sir, t‘ subscribe your
We hive tin; power —the t■ tiiy ■ shall tnl the
We want the Bank, that nil our fi ll lids limy
(five us the hnnry you limy take the /o'er."
1 would comply, most gentle sirs, tmt hear:
l hare a ci/nm nun', and a 0'"/ lojiur ,
My oath's on record far above Uie skier,
And here presented to a million eyes.
Yon most excuse me, therefore, when I say,
That l 'iu in* Urn Ulo art the iitlu t I I'll If —
For which, my reasons I slmll lirh lly give,
if, In your clemency, you'll let me live;
if your fell vengenm e don't destroy my name,
Aim! damn the deed to everlasting faille.
A bank like this to operate /<er .
Throughout the l'nion, in not clear to me.
I'voimverthoughttlmt Congress Imd I lie power
To make a Jfsnk like this, to hint an hour.
My nil", my notes, my sjsnhrs, all declare.
For more than twenty /ears, (un you're aware)
That I'd oppose It to the very end.
Should I lie left on earth without a friend.
Now, this was known full welt throughout the
And h 1 ill, ttie train iyn /<*•<*/*/*• h-nt their hund,
Amt, under Providence, placed me here
To guurd a < iiaktkk that I love inont dear,
/'tv tlunr un ii'i'inii/ the whig-, in lint, take the
Wh y head their ticket with “Juhn Tyh r't name V
A trick jnluittil l,y which they lllid,
Thru tnwle me /‘nstilnll un net Hunt kind.
Not all the force of all tin* men that live-
Not ull the bribe* that all their hanks ran giie
Can change the purpone ,w lileli you now p<-r
An haunt purprnr you must all believe.
My conscience tells me not to do ninin-,
My self-respect forbids an set like thin ;
All honest men would brand uie a- u knaie,
And ourae my memory In the silent grave.
A bunk w ith tin nty mnutht and pa/ier tail,
Is so ridiculous it can't prevail.
In empty chests the people won’t confide
by foreign gold it cunuot hr supplied.
Was ever trim ban shown like tiitn before?
Ton thin't irjrrt their fubrirt —hut their ore !
I>rs)*otlr monster, 1 must rail It, too—
Coerring states, und giving none its due.
Perhaps the rrnihin you may no amend,
An might |H‘rnilt me yet to In' Itn friend.
To rrt/ulali' rrrhangi might, do full well
by aiming at too much, "Id Carthage fell
August 111, IHI I
th: Ni: iti:r.
"It mover," cried the philosopher, uml
lie was the victor over nil opposing words
and works, I hough he stood alone nnd suf
The mult who seen it move, whether it
Ik* n prinicplo or n life, and who moves
with it, Is the ice re My successful man,
however untoward his outward surround
ings und circumstances may he. A good
heart within, a brave spirit, un honest
conscience, and an advancing mind —these
are the machinery of personal nnd uni
versal civilization, tuid these move the
man and all things Theic is an undefin
able delight in the soul of a genuine man,
ouo who is unselfish and honest in all his
thoughts and actions. His blood is pure—
lie is a nobleman, his sphere is cloudless
over head, Ids future is one interminable
horizon of light, and the great God is his
companion. To move forward in life and
duty—is In move ull things upward. Is
is ltuskin or Spencer who says "He is
only advancing in life whose heart is get
ting sorter, whose blood wanner, whose
brain i|iiickor. whose spirit is entering
into living peace." No matter, by whom
said. It is good to Say nnd to absorb.
Tine New York Herald is responsible
for the following choice bit of religious
wit, which it purports to extract from that
juicy Christian nondescript philosopher,
Henry W. Bellows, the editor of the Lib
eral Christian. Men who can address the
Saviour of Mankind as "Mr. Jesus
Christ," are capable of btirlcsqeiiing his
The Liberal Christian (Hev, Dr. Bel
lows) portrays a burlesque, entitled “Peed
my Sheep." The principal actors are the
itev. Mr. Slratchaway. the Hev. Sir. Per
sistent Dullard, young Mr. Karnest Faith
ful, the Hev. Mr Ko-nack. the Hev. Mr.
Take-it easy, and the Hev Mr. Livonian.
It is a satire, and certainly a very amusing
one to those who know what it is all
about. On the stage it would tie a failure,
but in the pulpit or iu the lecture room
one can hardly say what would come of
it—unless it should be upon the universal
prlmlM ie Hint nothing shall lie damned.
[From Hie Carroll county Times
80HUY HUT IKU'EKt 1.
We uie sorry to announce the sail tact
that Carroll, the old Democratic county,
she who has always stepped to the front
with a democratic majority has gone ltad
Point uot the linger of scorn at her, ye
sister comities. She is far more ashamed
of it than you arc Wc enu but say that
each party has got its just deserts.
The thoroughly organized Radical pat
ty has been wide awake during Uie cam
paign, working with a zeal worthy of a
better cause. Ou yesterday Uiey rallied
Uieir party to a man they brought in the
"blind, lame, mained and halt,” they vo
ted convicts who had served their time in
a chain gang, aud they voted over two
hundred It. K negroes who claimed Uieir
homos In various parts of Uie State and
who had on that ground refused to pay
tox or work their roads in this county.
These negroes were most faltMVdlv drilled.
Never have we Men so many young col
ored votes who were just past t wenty
oue. Twelve iu oue *i*d swore Uiat they
arrived at that age in last June The
Radicals gave them a barbecue on the
day of the eleeUou, Uieu marched them
up and voted them to a man. Our Kail
road ha* been a dearly bought one, if it is
to give us Hadicai office' holders All
this time the Democrats have lain idle and
inactive—widely divided iu their own
vote. Many ot the poor weak kuecd,
chicken hearted, soil shelled brethren,
were gulled aud deceived by questions
raised by the Kad's themselves that were
really no use at ail. Mea who six mouths
ago swore they would die before they would
vote' the Hadicai ticket were seen arming
negroes to the poll* and voting with them.
All this, merely through prcjudico to Mr.
Candlay, not love o( Long or bis party.
Well, we have one sud consolation, 'twus
Democrats that elected leing. his parly
is not strong enough to do it The inde
fatigable industry of the Radical nominee,
carried the election for its man hut it
couldn't for Governor.
From the Tlionsaatoo Herald.)
Three times Three.
Three cheers for the Dexmcracy of
Ueoiioia I Hadicai* Hats, with your sore
tails to your holes! Hide out carpet-hag
thieves and Scalawags ! or take your dir
ty "dads” and still more dirty conciencee
to some other land! Lie down Bullock, in
your durk dungeon mid bleach your coun
tenance w hich has turned ebon from the
exudations of a foul and filthy heart! Let
us rejoice in the fact that Democracy lias
a four years lease of power on our glorious
old State. Let us feel latter, for the fact
that Georgia's escutcheon will present the
phase of hone ly and good government.
Let us put salve to our sides and soon
heal the gorcings of the Bullock, and re
cover what went to Mr. Amos T. Aker
inan. Let us feci that we have crossed
over the lied Sen and the bondage of Ty
ranno-Hadiealism no longer hinds our
limbs. Let us sing, inarch on I march
on 1 'till we route the Congressional ene
my and gain possession of the Presidential
From the Ht Louis Jtcptildh an. j
NO OFFICE Foil M-lIItOEK.
The Grant party seam to have an unut
terable horror of tlie negro, notwithstand
ing all their pretended affection for him.
They refused to nominate n single one of
the 20,0U0 colored men in llie State ou
their State ticket. they have not yet nom
inated one on their congressional ticket;
and there is no sign of their nominating
one on their county ticket in this county.
The hypocrites profess a great admiration
for the negro olliciuls in the South; but
they do not think that negro officials are
good enough for the respectable Radicals
ef Missouri. They need the black man's
vole, but after he has cast bis vote for u
ticket he is not represented on, they have
no further use for him till the next elec
Colonel H. 11. Jones to the Enterprise.
Macon, October !), IW7II.
lice. Jlr. Hicks —Sin : I have to request
as un net of simple justice that you would
allow me to correct that portion of your
report of Air. Fitzpatrick's speecli ou
Monday night which lias reference to my
self. Your report says Uie speaker in
quired, "Who interrupts me f” “Jones—
Colonel Jones, of the Telegraph nnd Mes
senger." “Well, I will answer Air. Jones,
etc., etc." Again, you assert "Mr. Fitz
patrick was interrupted by Colonel Jones,
of the Telegraph mid Alessenger, whose
words we could not catch,except ‘
Fitzpatrick owed the r c”cgrapli and Ales
.....ger live dollars, which he was request
ed to settle.” "I owe you five dollarsV
1 do; you attacked my character in a cow
ardly and damnable manner, aud I owe
you five dollars for allowing a reply in
your paper, etc." Iu your editorial no
tice likewise you remark, "Considerable
bandying of words was indulged between
Colonel Jones, of the Telegraph and Mes
senger, and other citizens, and the ‘Pri
vate Irish gentleman.'”
The above report is based upon an en
tirely erroneous statement of the facts ns
they really transpired, though it is not
charged that the niisrepresentatiun was in
Mr. Fitzpatrick was interrupted several
times by a gentleman a few feet removed
from me, and when the question was put,
"Who interrupts me?" he replied "Jones
of Twiggs." The speaker did not hear
the last word, nnd looking in that direc
tion ami seeing me, supposed 1 was the
person sought after. He then called my
name repeatedly nml said lie would an
swer any questions propounded. 1 replied
"I have nothing to say except that you
owe my office $5 ami should (1113- it.”
"What do 1 owe it for," he inquired?
"1 don’t remember, but tiie charge is on
the books.” He then said it was “for pub
lishing Ins reply to tiie statements of a
man who was a d’nd rascal.” Mr. Fils
patrick did not affirm that I had written
or concocted that statement, as he knew
ttiat the name of the policeman who wrote
the article was appended to it. Both
communications his antagonists ns well as
his own, were charged us regular adver
Not another word did 1 address to tiie
speaker ou that night and not a syllable
did 1 utter of it political or a controver
sial character. The interference in point
ot fuel was with me, as all the bystanders
will testify—uot even afterwards did the
allusions lo tho paper I in part represent,
provoke a word of reply from me. I felt
it was Mr. Fitzpatrick's meeting and lie
had a right to be heard.
Immediately after the colloquy men
tioned, the true author of the "interrup
tions’ came forward nnd npoligized for
tiie accidental use of a name identical with
my ow n, stating that he meant no person
al allusion, and did not even know 1 was
present. The name lie gave was a ficti
tious one. Please do me the justice to
Insert the above corrections to the mis
takes made. 1 am sure through inadver
Respectfully, 11. 11 .Jones
RAILROAD WAR IN GEORGIA.
Arrest of the Sheriff of Dade for Ob
structing the United States Mails—
State and Federal Governments at
It appears ilnm recent advices from
Georgia that tiie Georgia Slate Govern
ment and the Federal authority are about
to contlict upon a question of jurisdiction,
regarding the control of the Alabama aud
Chattanooga railroad. Some time ago this
road, as was to Ire ox pec ted under t lie fi
nancial pressure which was felt so heavily
in the Southern States immediately after
tbe war, became involved to such an ex
tent. notwithstanding Its assistance from
tlio Stale, that it became insolvent. The
Georgia State Government, owning con
siderable stock In the road, had its situa
tion considered by the State Courts, the
result of which was the appointment of a
receiver in the interests of the State of
The company, however, not satisfied
with this state of affairs, carried the ques
tion into the United States Court.
The effect of this move was the appoint
ment of receivers by Justice Bradley, who 1
issued processes to the United States uiar- t
shuts to give possession to said receivers.
Iu consequence of tiiis a train bearing
the marshals who wore to take posses
sion for the receivers, started to Trento"
from Chattanooga yeslei Jay moruiug. It
appears also that the only portion of
Georgia through which the read runs is
Dade county, which, ou account of the
independence of it* people, has been
termed the State of Dade. The Sheriff of
this county with a |>oase enforced the or
der of the State courts by stopping the
trains that entered that county, thus pre
cluding the possibility of travel, and keep
ing them ut Trenton. When the train
bearing tbe United States mar-hula arriv
ed at that place warrants nud injunctions
were served on the Sheriff und his posse,
and the State authorities were enjoined
to interfere no more with the road. The
Sheriff and Ids posse were taken into
custody for obstructing the United States
The people of Dade, who have, many
of them, judgments against the road, seem
lo have thought that by assisting the
State to enforce his lien, they were iu a
fair way to secure their own. The prob
ability is, however, that now that the Uni
ted States authorities, backed by the Uui
ted States troops, have taken the matter in
hand, the Dadeitos will give up the light,
notwithstanding the boast that there ure
500 aide bodied men in Dade who are w il
ling to enforce the order of Governor
it is to lie hoped that Georgia will not
resort to physical force to secure her light.
The appeal to arms was made once before
and failed. Besides, the Radicals would
ask nothing better tbau a pretext to raise
the cry of rebellion, no matter -whether
well-founded or not. — Louisville Ledger.
NEW A DVERTISEMENTS
Stable and Stock Sale.
W ILL be sold on the premises on the first
Tuesday in November for division, all
tbe Carriages, Buggies, Ihirness, Horses, Mules
und Stock of all kinds, together with Stables,
Boarding house, Stores, Barber and Boot shop,
etc., on the same lot.
Terms, half cash, balance on sixty day’s
time with good city acceptance. Apply to
ocOtd Real Estuto Agon Is.
1) IDS will be received for (450) four huu-
Jdred and fifty Cypress, Cedar or Chestnut
Posts, 0 feet long and (7) seven inches 6<piare,
delivered at either depot in this city. Address
octd-tf WM. IIAZLEHURBT.
STOLEN from the subscriber on Sunday
night last, from my lot. in Houston coun
ty, a deep sorrel mare, with a small white spot
in the face; racks under the saddle and trots
in harness, in tolerable order. The mare was
stolen by a negro man calling himself John
and Bill; he weighs about 150 or 100 pounds ;
dark, slow spoken, tolerable large eye. A lib
eral reward will be paid for the recovery of the
mare and the apprehension of the thief in
Perry. J. M. GRAY.
I HAVE this day withdrawn all interest in
the Barbershop, on Cherry street, lately
carried on by Savage A: Slater.
i will be found in the future as in the past at
my old stand under BPOTSW()yp t yo- ]a ;
where 1 am prepared to '
art in first class s*"’’ \\’M. SAVAGE,
„ , lit. Professor of Shaving.
TIIBASUIIEB’S OI'KICE, )
Savannah, Ghiitin <fe Nohtii AI,A. U. It. -
Macon, Ga., Oct. 4, 1872. j
rpil E Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
1 this Company, for the election of Presi
dent und Directors to serve for the ensuing
year, will lie held at the Court-house in Ncw
lntn, Coweta county, on Thnrsdav, the Till day
of November next. MILOS. FREEMAN,
ocM-lm Sec’y and Treas’r.
\J (XI RDA, Teacher of Music, Vocal and
• Instrumental, would respectfully in
form his many friends and patrons, that lie will
resume his private lessons on Monday next,
Sept. iiOtb. Orders left either at the Academy
for tin* Blind, Guilford, Wood iV Cos., or by
note through the post office, will receive prompt
attention. (sept 25-cod2w*)
MISS MAGGIE C. KELLEY
J JAS JUST RECEIVED her FALL STOCK
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS,
consisting of everything usually found in that
She will be pleased to see her old friends,
and as many new ones, at her Store, onjCOT
TON AVENUE, next to BROWN’S PIIOTO
Mi C. KELLEY.
At Seymour, Tinsley k Co.’s
CAN BE FOUND
)“) Boxes White Bellies.
25 Barrels Pork Bibs.
50 Boxes Cream Cheese.
20 Barrels Early Rose Potatoes.
20 Barrels Retl Onions.
100 Jars Snuff’.
75 Kegs Rifle l’owder.
300 Bags Drop Shot.
200 Thousand Water Proof Caps.
Nuts. Raisins, Oysters. Sardines
ALL FOR SALE
at lowest Jobbers prices.
Ssywir, Tinsley & Cos.
U 7 m
VOTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
TICE OF TnE PEACE. 1 can Ik* found
for the present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. Proudfit,
over the store of Jaquc* £ Johnson, Third St.,
Maeon, tin , to attend to alt Magisterial bus!
r IMIE Books for the registration of voter> for
L the city election will le opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o’clock p. m.,
on December I'*, 1*72.
sop: td J. A. McMANI S, Clerk.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
'poth. VEGETABLE .m.l CHICKEN and
JL EGG mar ket of
U. C. WALK CONI A CO.'S
Yon ran I*.' gvt thvbost Sugar. Uoll.ro, Toaa,
Kii-o. Flour, liarou, Suosagc, Black Fish, Mul
let, Frrab < iy*tn. Crat* and Shrimps. Canned
Hoods of all kinds. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco,
Cigar*, also a splendid assortment of Notions.
scp If V. C. WALKUo* .V CO.
MY Interest in tbe SIX BRICK STORES,
three stories iu height, with basements,
fronting on Poplar street, rotnpraing ;<*rt of
Hollingsworth Block, in this oth For t. ruts,
etc., apply to F L! GROCE.'
sepSN-tf Ho!liue*rorth Block
llrrrnrN-cr Lanier A Anderson.
A. B. LUCE. Proprietor.
BOARD PER DAY $3.00.
rpHK PROPRIETOR Superintends the Prcs
-1 cription department in person, and uses
the PUREST and FRESHEST medicines that
cun be procured, and would say to every one in
his portion of the city, that they shall have
Drugs and Medicines as fresh and as cheap as
they can lie bought in the city. He would ad
vise ull who arc laboring under chills and fever
or Liver derangement, to use Ids "Remedy for
Chills and Diseases of the Liver,” and will
warrant it in every ease where the directions
arc honestly followed.
Lamp Chimneys, Cigars and Tobacco always
IN. I. EVERETT.
151-150 Fourth Street, near Arch.
X. H. VOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
■tlllistoii Hull llulUliiig;,
CHERRY STREET, MACON. GGORGIA.
.VI. U. GIiRKY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
C'VOHNER OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
J Streets, iu Court House, Macon, Ua.
Akm ami L. Butts, Edgar A. Ross.
COAL ANI) WOOD.
WF, are ready to fill orders at rcdticcu
for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK aud HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
store of Winship A Callaway, or at yard M. A
W. R. R., will receive prompt attention.
114-192 BUTTS & ROSS.
WHITE ROCK POTASH
JVY THE POUND.
MOUNTAIN RYE WHISKY!
PUREST WHISKY FOR MEDICAL PURPO
PURE FRENCH BRANDY,
PORT, SHERRY and
FIRE PROOF LAMP CHIMNEYS!
The Host anti Cheapest Cigars
EVER OFFERED IN MACON.
STREET CAR TICKETS,
FOUR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Proscriptions accurately compounded at the
Drug Store of
ROLAND B. HALL,
118-tf Cor. Cherry St. and Cotton Avenue.
Guernsey, Bartrm & Hrairii,
BUILDERS SUPPLY STORE,
■Hake's Block, Poplar Street,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Snli, Doors, lllinils, I'ranies,
Bracket*. Newel l*o*t*,
llalii*ter*. Vlantle*, Etc., Etc.
Carpenter Tools, Locks, Nails, lliugcs,
Paints, Oils. Glass and Putty, Etc.
CONTRACTORS for BUILDING.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST.
500 (HUNDRED) bedsteaos
-100 (Hundred) Mattresses.
200 (Chairs,) Dry Goods nnd notions.
Hardware, Pocket mul Table Cutlery, and
also a large lot of Secondhand furniture, Car
pets, etc., by O. E. BESORE,
seplD Ini Auctioneer.
FOR SALE ORRENT.
V DESIRABLE house, nearly new, situated
. on Troup Hill, with four rooms and two
basement rooms below, with kitchen and a
good well of water and half acre of land. If
sold, the terms are part cash and balance in
monthly instalments, also a Three room house
with kitchen for sale on same terms as above
Apply at the warerooms of Guernsey. Bar
tnuu A Hendrix, Blake’s Block, or at the Dixie
Works. T. GUERNSEY.
Press for Sale!
■\TTE have for sale a large size GORDON
V V PRESS (Align tor; aud a KUGGLES
PAPER CUTTER in good condition. To be
had at a bargain. Sola to nuke room for lar
ger and faster machines.
LINES. WING A SMITH,
1-tf Macon, Ga.
AND HIS CHARMING WIPE I
epilAT all-important event, the election, having passed away, and the “ times that tried men’s
A. souls” have merged Into the "piping times of peace”; and Winter haa been ushered in
among twitter of birds and music of the leaves as they fall to the ground ; and the Summer hav
ing faded away and the weather reduced to something agreeable, I have to announce to my nu
merous aud beloved patrons that I have recently returned from an extended trip to New York,
Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie and Weehassan, and other celebrated markets, where I purchased,
and have now iu my store, the largest lot of
Ever brought to Maeon, consisting in part of Sugar, Coffee, New York Canvassed Haras and
Breakfast Bacon, Lard, Butter, Canned Fruit, Jellies, Pickles, Raisins, Nuts, Apples, Lenioni,
Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers, Cheese, Spiced Hams, Bologna Sausages, and—well, it
would bike me all day to write what 1 have got, und it would fill this paper so full that Smith
wouldn’t have a local for u week. It is almost unnecessary for me to mention the fact that lam
prepared, as ever, to supply Oysters and Shell fish of all kinds, from a Crab to a Grecleyoystcr.
The finest Fish, fresh and on ice, is kept by me, and sold at living rates.
In view of the fact that the people of Macon, and those visiting Macon, are determined to eat
whether they get anything good or not, 1 have prepared inyself for the emergency, by making
ample arrangements to have my
Supplied witli the very best this and other markets can afford. That popular dish, "Birds on
Toast” being my own invention, the people can always find the same at my restaurant. To
gether with my "polite corps of waiters, this branch of my business will receive the patronage
of all of my old customers, und, 1 hope, many new ones. My restaurant is, os Is well knowu,
supplied with tiie very best
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
that could be found. Therefore, gentlemen und ladies, having laid before you what I have on
hand, aud wishing you ull the best luck and that I can suit you in your purchases from uis I
must close this letter. If at any time I can Bcrve you, you have but to command mo or my
corps of attentive and obliging clerks, and you will be made happy. Thanking you for past
favors, I am tenderly yours,
W. P. CARLOS.
OLIVEB, DOELASS k C 0„
No. 42 Third Street, Macon, Georgia,
AGENTS FOR TIIE
Great Benefactor, Stewart, Cotton Plant,
A NI) various other patterns of Cooking Stoves ; also a large assortment ef Heatlag Stove*,
. \ Large stock of Grates—the finest iu the market. Manufacturer* and wholesale dealen
iu plain and pressed Tin Ware. A full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Padlock*, Bteelyrd,
Hollow Ware, Wood and Willow Ware, Brooms, Crockery, Glassware, ete„ embracing a com
plete line of House Furnishing Goods. Al .o, dealers in Steam and Gas Pipe, Steam aad Gu
Fittings, all of wliioh we sail at low figure#. Prompt attention giv. nto order*.
137 188 cod OLIVER, DOUGLASS * CO.
W* An BOTTS
Con, Bacon aii lor iporin
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OE DEHE,”
The Bestlin the World, Always on Hand.
1 claim superior facilities iu the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOOR, BAGGING TIES, ETC, ETO,
And I will make It to the interest of Merchants and Plauter* to call on me with their MOSIT
or GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good partis*.
W. A. HTJEE.