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iUaccm Oath) Sntrrprisr. Lines, Wing & Smith, Proprietors, 1V,.,,,. oP Sutowcrlption : Six Months 4 00 Three Months 3 00 Inviit'Uibiy in advance. To c ity t'Uhecribers by the tonth, Seventy-tWe cents, served by carriers. Liberal Republican Democratic Ticket- I'or Prewlflent: HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. I'ar Vice lresileul : 3. GRATZ BROWN, OF .MMBOUIU. illertoral Tl< kel. r.> STATE AT I.AItGE, ■T, ~-iuals. Alternates, i , i \jRD A. H. COLQUITT, ' r HKNNiN'i, ELI WARREN, ~V>,f AN lI.VR iKIDGE, A. H. HANSEL, WASHINGTON POE. GEO. D. RICE. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1. il. G. TURNER, 1. J. RIVERS, 3 R N. ELY, 2. A. 1.. HAWKS, W. I. HUDSON, 8. P. E. SMITH, .1 vVIE ■■ VI pace, 4. T. F. NEWELL, '• it CASEY, 5. A. M. RODGEIiS •; i. n. Dorsey, 6. L. J. allred, , K. 1) GRAHAM, 7. H. A. ALSTON. l-’or roiiKTesw. .Tit MS S H. BLOUNT, SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Vor Representative from the old Fourth Dis trict to till the vacancy in the Congress occa sioned bv the diath of Hon. T. J. Speer, COL. W. BECK, OP SI’ALDINO (HUM Y. Si pcial election, 29th October instant. Mn. Frank J. lleuiunoton is our only authorized City Agent, and he is duly em powered to solicit work for Hus office, and subscriptions to the Enterprise. Mi Charles L. Mize, book and news dealer. Is our authorized agent in Dawson, Ga. Mr. W. S. Deiduick, Southern Express Company Ollice, is our authorized Agent at Smith ville. J. L Tucker is our authorized agent at Fort Gaines. I. N. Seymore, of Byington s Hotel, is our authorized Ageut at Griffln. BY TELEGRAPH FROM A 1,1, THE IVOKMI. NEW YORK. Five Veal’S in Hie Stale Prison Dead. Mr. Seward’s Funeral. lu Reference to Speaker Riaine, Fanny Fern Dead. ’I lie Tribune on tlie Death of Seward. New York, October 11.—Thomas Cun ningham, the forger of Mississippi State bonds, was to-day sentenced to live years in the State prison. Jas. It. Spalding the founder of the World, is dead. Seward's funeral will take place Mon day. The Tribune to-day editorially says it takes pleasure in withdrawing, in the full est and pronipest manner, its imputations upon Speaker Blaine, in reference to sup posed transactions with the Pacific Rail road eastern division, being satisfied it was his brother who was connected with the affair. Fanny Fern is dead. The Tribune says of Seward . To-day. us the news of his death is telegraphed over the world, it is no exaggeration to say that in every court aad cabinet on earth, the tidings will come with some thing of a personal shock to tlie few who govern the many. In the Republics of Spanish America, tlie loss of a powerful friend and patron will be mourned. The statesmen of Europe will recognize the de mise of almost the only American whom they have ever regarded as their peer, and in the farthest East,in the uttermost isles of the sea, prayers will be ottered in strange tongues, to alien gods, fur the repose of the aged chieftain Whose white head and broken frame casts such a wonder about liis wide journeyings in the hamlets and palaces of India and Niphon and Cathay. After the death of Lincoln it was Sew ard's faith in human nature, his confidence that other men were, on the whole, as good as he was, which) led him to believe in and support the policy of Andrew Johnson, for the immediate restoration of tlie South. For this he sacrificed his po sition in the Republican party, and, at the election of General Grant without a compliment of civility, left that depart ment of State which lie had administered during eight years with a wisdom, and an adroitness, an unfailing courage, and an industry hitherto unprecedented in our annals, and which we may long look in vain to see repeated. XORTII CAROLINA. Radicals Blowing up the Senti nel Office. Raleigh, October 11.—A terrible ex plosion shook every building in the city followed by an alarm of fire. The Sen tinel office was lilown to atoms, by powder placed under the building and presses. A j small job press in the composition room ) which escaped destruction was examined, and a paper of powder found under it with a slow match which had been alight ed, but had gone out. It is said that about ten minutes before the explosion a colored hoy, who lives near tlie office, saw two individuals running off from the spot in the direction of the depot witli hat in hand. The Sentinel was a Conservative paper, edited by Hon. Josiah Turner, Jr , a prominent politician. kehtitcky. The Kew Onir and Louisville route. Louisville, October 11.— A Southern excursion party reached here this morn, ing. numbering four hundred and twenty five from Mobile, Montgomery, Seima- Tuscaloosa Eaufauia. Tuscumbia, Oreen v ille, West Point, Birmingham and other places in Alabama, Pensacola, Fla , Cos. lumbus, Ga., Pulaski, Teun , and other points along the new Southern route from Louisville to the Gulf. The delegations included a number of distinguished citi zens from these places. The party were entertained this evening, visiting various objects of interest about the city. The entertainment closed with a banquet this evening. NEWS SUMMARY. Washington, October 11.—Tlie lire in Sing Sing burned twenty-nine business houses. The schooner Ben Borland, eight days from Wilmington, arrived at Vineyard Haven —all sick excepting the captain and one of the crew. Twenty States arc represented in tlie Catholic Total Abstinence Union at Co lumbus, Ohio. James Patterson, of New Hampshire, was elected President of tlie Ohio Agri cultural and .Mechanical College. The election of Hendricks seems to be conceded by three to five hundred major ity. Hendricks runs ahead of his ticket. Shanks is elected in the Dtli Indiaua District, giving the Republicans two net gain. Niblack's majority is 150. Voor hees is defeated by 600. The chances favor two Indiana Republican members at large. The Republicans have 14 majority on joint ballot in the Legislature. The fourth anniversary of tlie declara tion of Cuban Independence was celebra ted at Cooper Institute in New York. Charles O. Dana presided, and it was a big affair. ‘The soldiers killed 17 Indians on the war path in Arizona, whose stores showed a recent issue of rations from the Gov ernment. Seward lmd a tertian ague with a ca tarrhal complication and muscular palsy. Mr. Seward’s intellectual faculties were clear and vigorous to tlie last, save when disturbed by paroxysms of fever. Just after an effusion from liis lungs to-day, and thinking it would relieve liis breath ing, he was. at liis own desire, placed upon a lounge and bolstered up and moved from his adjoining bed-room into liis study, where, in tlie midst of liis hooks and liis literary and other papers, and surrounded by relatives and a few friends and all his devoted dependents, he breath ed his last. For the last hour of his life, as the pow ers of life were giving way, liis condition became easy, and he spent the time in affectionate leave takings of liis relatives and dependents, and finally sank quietly to liis last rest as if going to sleep. Flags are at half-mast in respect to Seward. Tlie Cabinet transacted only routine business. The Navy Department only was unrepresented. Coin in Treasury $800,23,000 ; currency $4,875,000. PENNSYLVANIA. Suit foi' Libel. Ptu.adki.paia, October 11. — Suit lias been brought in the Supreme Court by Hon. J S- Randall against ffu. R. Leeds John L. Hill, Peter A. B. Widner, Charles Hollis and James N Keans for libel,grow ing out ot the report made to the Hartranf club containing the letter alleged to have been ■written by Mr. J S Randall to Col. McClure, in connection with an allegation of conspiracy between these two gentle men and Alderman McMullen to issue fraudulent naturalization papers. At the same time a writ was issued against Messrs Peacock, Fcathcrston & Wells, proprie tors of the Union Bulletin, for publishing the aeport mentioned above, and for their editoriafarticles asserting the truth of facts alleged therein against Mr. Randall. ■. INDIANA. Flreliou News. Indianapolis, October 11-- Additional official returns received to-day do not ma terially change the result given last night. Hendricks majority will be between six and seven hundred. The Republicans elect their State ticket, including Con gressmen at large, with the exception of the candidate for Governor, and perhaps, the candidate for Superintendent of Pub lic Works. ILLINOIS. Tin* Erick Layers Strike. CnrCAGo, October 11.—The Union Bricklayers’ eight hour strike continues. Potter Palmer, yesterday, conceded the demands of the workmen on this new, hotel, which the contractors had refused About fifty firms of contractors have uni ted in an agreement not to accede to the demands of the striker under any cir cumstances. OHIO. A nils Withdrawn from I lie Col ored Troops. Cincinnati, October 11. —The Adju tant General of Ohio to-day took posses sion of the State arms issued to the color ed militia battalion, some of which were used in the riot Monday night. They were boxed and placed in charge of the police. MISSOURI. Another Destructive Fire. St. Locis, October 11.— The extensive and new furnace of the LaMott Lead Company at Frederick ton. Mo., was burn ed yesterday. Loss $250,000. Five bun dred men are thrown out of employment. CALIFORNIA. Attempt at Suicide. San Francisco, October 11. —Mrs. Laura A. Fair’s mother, to-day attempted suicide by poison. ARKANSAS. Ticket Withdrawn. Little Rock, Ark., October 11.— The new Liberal State ticket has been formal ly withdrawn. MACON, GA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1872. F () R El Gr N. FRANCE. Important I'rcncli Political Nows. Paris, October 10.—A permanent com mission of the Assembly to-day held an important meeting at which President Thiers was present. Matters was discuss ed on which there was considerable con flict of opinion. Gamhetta's political tour and speeches in the Provinces and assaults recently made on tlie pilgrims who continue to flock to witness the miracle of the Holy Virgin, were regarded by some of the mem bers ns likely to lend to trouble. Presi dent Thiers expressed his indignation at the outrageous treatment of the Pilgrims, which ho regarded as an attack on the Catholic religion and the national form of worship. Ho warmly condemned the course of M. Gambetta, who he said wus trying to divide the nation aud rouder tlie position of Hie government abroad more difficult. Thiers, who seemed inclined to break with the Left, still clung to the republic, and liis posiiive declarations in favor of that form of government were received with laughter by tlie monarchists of the commission. The report that Prince Napoleon in tended to return to France and possibly resume his residence in Paris was also considered. President Thiers informed the commission that ho had expressed his disapproval of such a step, and had taken means to prevent the Prince from carry ing liis intention into ctt’ect. Trouble in Irelaml —Prince Nii- IIOII’OII. London, October ll. —Additional mili tary and constabulary forces have been ordered to Tyshurn, Ireland, where an anti-Catholic disturbance is threatened. Prince Napoleon has received official notice from the French Government, that he will not ho permitted to visit France, or take up liis residence on French soil, as has been reported lie intended to do. SPAIN. Counterfeits. Madrid, October 11. —The public re fuse to take the notes of the Rank of Spain on account of counterfeits in circu lation, and shares of the Bunk have fallen five per cent, in consequence. Change of Schedule. WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD, | Atlanta, Ga., April 17,1873. f On and after Sunday, the 21st Instant Day Passenger Train (outward) leaves Atlanta 8:30 a. m., Connecting at Kingston with THROUGH FAST LINE TO NEW ORLEANS Day Passenger NEW YORK FAST LINE leave Atlanta 4:05 I*, m., Connecting at Dalton with EAST TENNESSEE THROUGH LINE TO NEW YORK TIME 48 HOURS 30 MINUTES! Night Passenger Fast Line to New York, leaves Atlanta 11:10 P. M., via East Tennessee and Georgia, at Dalton, or NASHVILLE A CIIATTAaOOGA AT CHATTANOOGA TIME 54 HOURS. Day Passenter (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee, Arrives at Atlanta 3:50 p. M. Night Passenger (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee or Louisyille, Arrives at Atlanta 1:30 A. M. E. B. WALKER, Master Transporatiotn. At Seymour, Tinsley & Cos ’s CAN BE FOUND 2;”) Boxes White Bellies. 25 Barrels Pork Ribs. 50 Boxes Cream Cheese. 20 Barrels Early Rose Potatoes. 20 Barrels Red Onions. 100 Jars Snuff. 75 Kegs Rifle Powder. 300 Bags Drop Shot. 200 Thousand Water Proof Caps. Nuts, Raisins, Oysters, Sardines etc., etc. ALL FOR SALE at lowest Jobbers prices. Seymour, Tinsley & Cos. 147-190 Till! KENT AND (HiIIPENT. SODA WATER MANUFACTURED BY W. P. CARLOS N 71 iiliterry Nil., llaeon, Gil. I AM now fully prepared to furnish pure bot . t.ed SODA WATER in any quantity. Ord- I era by mail or telegraph promptly attended j to. I have in store and am constantly receiving every description of Fancy and Family Groceries, WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FRUIT, FISH, GAME, arid every delicacy when in season. Bar and Restaurant np stairs, supplied with the very beet In tire market. Partlea purchasing good* from rnecan always rely upon them being frenh and first clasa In every respect. WM. P. CARLOS. 1-tf TO BE LEFT TO THE DECISION OF THE FARMERS. nPIIE question of caterpillars aud its terrible 1_ destruction of the tloccy staple having, like the great ttood of old, abated, a still more momentous question involves especial consid eration at the hands of the farmers. For many long years K. Isaacs has catered to the wants of the traveling public; and to the fanners, tlie very bone and sinew of our beloved South, ho Ims taken special pains to make them feel at home while in the city. His tables are tilled and the usual “allowancing” is not “allowa ble.” Indeed you get wlmt you call for and that without stint. Now the question is: Will tlie Farmers Support Him ? This question is propounded with the eontl deuce that will be announced with thut little but expressive monosyhible which is so famil iur with voung people enamored of cuuh other —yes! I'lie sturdy farmers knows too well the comfort that uwuit him at the ISAACS HOUSE. To answer otherwise than affirmatively to the above mentioned question. While on tlie subject Mr. Isaacs wishes to say that Ida patronage lias so increased aa to compel him to provide more ample accommo tiona, and Unit lie lias leased large and airy rooms ofllntTs new building adjoining Ida own. A line liar is attached to this house. E. ISAACS, Proprietor. 125-160. Cherry Street. Wm. m. TTn in.kton. VValtbk T. Robb. PENDLETON & ROSS, (Successors to J. M. Hoard man.) Corner Mulberry niul Second Streets. M At 'O.Y, <A., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, j BLANK BOOKS, CAI“, LETTER and NOTE PAPER, ENVELOPES, LEGAL BLANKS, WRITING INK, COPYING INK, CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK, GOLD PENS, PENHOLDERS, STEEL PENS, PENCILS, CIIAI.K CRAYONS, RUBBER, WAX, OIL COLORS, WATER COLORS, COLORED CRAYONS, BRUSHES, CANVASS, PLAYING CARDS, CHESSMEN, BACKGAMMON BOARDS, DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK, CIIROMOS, PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, GLASS, ETC., ETC., ETC., Anil in fact everything usually kept in a first class Book and Stationery Store. Orders from tlie country will receive prompt attention. Prices aa low as any oilier house in tlie South. Orders for printing solicited. A ICONS, 113-524 Macon, Georgia. BYINGTON’S HOTEL, FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA, IB TIIB liltlC A 14FAST IIOC Si: For the Train from Savannah, Augusta ami Mu con to Columbus. hINNEK liorsr: For the Train from Enfauln and Albany to Macon. SI ITI K iioisi: For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa vannah and Augiibtu. Large comfortable Rooms with Fire places and every Convenience. 112 190 Spotswood Hotel, Nearly opposite tlie Passenger Depot, (Only one minute’s walk.) MACON, GA. rpills House is centrally and conveniently 10-1 1 cated, with large airy chambers, Ladles’ Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bath Rooms, Barber Shop, and organized in every respect for tlie comfort of families and single gentle men travelling through, or making a home in our city. The tallies are second to none in the South. Kates of transient board $8 per day. T. H. HARRIS, Prop’r. C. J., Caterer and Superintendent. J. 11. Harris, In the Office. JNO. B. WEU.TPi ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER Ij. W. KINIML’N HTOIll). 29-179 BYINGTON HOTEL, GRI-FFIN, GA. rpiUS HOTEL ranks second to none in X Georgia, for GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS, WELL SUPPLIED TABLES, AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE. Asa resort for the residence of the present hot term, it is unequalled, tin; nights being remarkable cool and pleasant. Tlie best Water in Georgia. G. W. BYINGTON, 110-160 Proprietor. INDIAN BPRINCS. ELDER HOUSE. |;U)I:K A lroprltor. THIS well-known house Is now open to all who wish to visit the far-famed Indian Spring. The Hotel l nearer the Spring than any other, with pleasant and shady walks lead ing thereto. KATEH Of BOAKD. Per Day t and 00 One Week 10 00 One Month 00 00 Children and aervanta half price. ‘>tf Kf.DER A SON MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS WILL FIND IT TOTIIKIR AD VANTAGE TO OALL ON US BEFORE MAKING THEIR BILLS. WE HAVE IN STORF, 100.000 LBS. BACON CLEAR R. SIDES. 25.000 LBS. BACON SEOUL- ' DERS. 10.000 LBS. BELLIES. 50.000L85. FLOUR, till grades. 500 ROLLS 2J BAGGING. 10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES. 10 BALES TWINE. JOHNSON & SMITH. JOHNSON & SMITH, Have, and are offering at very low figures : 100 BOXES TOBACCO, all grades. 100 BBLS. WHISKIES. 150 BBLS. SUGAR. 50 BBLS. MOLASSES. 100 BALES HAY, I 1.000 BUSHELS CORN, Together with it lull stock of all all goods in our line of business. 116 tf Brown’s Hotel, MACON. GA. IF long experience and a thorough knowl edge of the business ill all its diversified branches are essential to the keeping that which tlie public lias long heard of hut eiklom eem, A UOOU IIO'ITII,, tlie undersigned (latter themselves that they are fully competent to discharge their obliga tions to their patrons; but they are not only experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly would claim to have the BEST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE I,Y AND EXPENSIVELY FURNISHED house throughout, hi the State, which is loca ted exactly where everybody would have it sit uated IMMEDIATE).Y IN SHUNT AND ADJACENT TO THE I’AHHENOEH DEPOT, where travelers can enjoy the mmt Hire]) and less liable to he h/t by the perplexingly constant departure of tlie trains. To all these important advantages is added a TABLE that Is well supplied with tlie best and choicest dishes tlie city and country can afford : nor would they omit to mention thut their servants, trained to tlie business, have never been surpassed for politeness arid atten tion to guests. For tlie truth of ttiese statements, we reler tlie public to our patrons who reside in every State in tlie Union. E. E. BROWN A SON, Proprietors. Macon, Ga., April 15, 1872. 78-104 DAVIS SMITH, (Suenoßsor to tin; late nrm of Smith, Wcntcott. dc Cos., and of Hmith, MeGhmhuit Ac Cos.) M A NIJKAf TClll'lt ANU DBA MM IN SADDLES, HARNESS, BIMDXEB, SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE, Carriage Materials, Leather of all kinds, Shoe Findings, Children’s Carriages, Itl BBUK, GUV IS ANIS, ETC!,, Together with every article usually kept ill a saddlery house. IO!i C HEKItV NT., tIAUO'V, 130-150 NOTICE. Macon and Brunswick Kaimioad Oppioe, i Macon, Ga., August 2d, 1872. f ON and after August Bth, Excursion Tickets to New York and return, can be had at tills office, S3B (Xj for round trip. Tickets good until Oct, Ist, 1872. Vtf E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt. FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE LAWTON Ac BATES, Foiirili Ml reef, (Next Door fo Lawton * Willingham.) A RE prepared to furnish the trado with UKOt’CKIEN. PROVIXIOXN, PLANTATION Ml PPLIRS, UAti UlNti, TIES, ETC., •m in rea unialde terms aa any house In Georgia. We will keep constantly on hand. BACON I.ARD, CORN, OA Id, 11AY, BUGAR, OOFFKK, BAGGING and TIES, and a general assort meiit of Hindi good* a arc kept In a Unit class Grocery House. Give us a call. Wo are mining the KAULE IT.OI ltl\G MII.LM, and direct-special attention to our "CHOICE,” "EXTRA,” “FAMILY” Fliurs. They will he found exactly adapted to tlie trade, and wc guarantee every barrel to give satisfaction. Oar prices are as low as those of tlie same grades can be bought In tlia South. CORN MEAL, bolted and unbolted, alwuys on hand, of our own make and of the best quality. 120-186 *~** J ""*****^~ 11. HANDY & CO., T,!f AND SHEET IRON ROOFING, Gotterlnt, Flnilif and Repairiis, //7 tin ANU lULVAHIZItt IHuN (..INICIiB Q- LvQ — | ill \ A X\ M I \ Executed at short notice and satisfaction \ a \ '.id guaranteed. \. j) \ 'jj No. 40 Thirst Street, Macau, Da. 1 Particular attention given to Guttering put up \ i with \ WOODRUFF'S \ PATENT KATE EASTENINUH. IMPROVED G-II GrEAR, NOMETHma NEW. SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER IT IS NO HUMBUG!! qril '0 m illing of the (tin lloumu floor Inw no effect on the (Jcuring. King l*ot of Iron and ail X the work bolted to iron. IT 18 MAI) K TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWKNTY FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY OTHER POWER IN USE. Call and non for youasclf. I build a Portable Horae Power that challenge* all other MAKES, but it will not do the work with the Hume Draft that my PATENT (UN HEAR will. All klndH of Machinery made and repaired at < ito< Bti:i r s iuo> woukm, lOS-lSd Near Brown House, Macon Georgia. BROWN’S GALLERY! No. 8 Cotton Avenue, Is the place where all the differ ent styles of pictures are made at greatly reduced prices. ■ — .. - mm W. Ac E. P. TAYLOR, Cor. Cotton Avenue and Cherry Street, DEALERS IN FllilTOi, CARPETINGS, ROES, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc. Metalic Burial Cases & Caskets, Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets. J-*y~Drders by Telegraph promptly attended to. 7 * tf JXAK.It 11. BDOI'NT. ISAAC HARDEMAN. If(.Ut'.Vr A HARDEMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MACON, GEORGIA. OFFICE, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry street. 49-300 Barber Shop For Rent. THE Basement room, formerly occupied by Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel building Is for rent. This Is one of the best stands fora Barber Shop in the city. Apply to op>>stf BROWN’S HOTEL Volume I. —Number 157 INMAN LINE BOYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. THE Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company dispatch two steam ers per week. The quickest time ever made across the Atlantic. Every comfort and con venience. For further information Apply to nepTlf-tr n. C. STEVENSON. Agent.