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No. 10 Hollingsworth
Alt tellers relnHnu to Huluertpitn should hr ml I
irrssed In I.iurt, IViny <1 Smith, Mootm, ha.
('oinsnunioatiun* far the papor should hr ml
■lrrssrtl to thr Editor. 11* cannot under to I' to
return rejected oomMSSSeilotUlunM. Well aulhndi
catrnl net"* items, front alt jHirf* of thr Stair, too
W 7 WITH I \ HICK*. IMltor.
Mr. Editor .-—Please nnnoOoce Hint
t'ol Heck —tlic Democratic nnnilnoe lor
Uungre** to 1111 llio vacancy of lion. T. -I
Speer, det'u—ed. will eldrew the citizen* .
ill Macon to night night l 1-2 t<* clock |
t City Hull, everybody Invited to attend.
T Mauiil.ii IN. Jr.,
('limn Kx (*<>in
yv legraph nud Memenger copy
Col, lln k speak* In night nl the Cily
Wt have received the. flrit number of
• The Southern Literary ami Temperance
Journal," published In Atlanta, at $2 00
u year, unil edited hy II 11. Shackelford.
We cannot say much for No. 1, hut ho]*
to report progress for thin new venture,
both as to mi balance ami appearuuce.
Orn contemporaries are writing nhoiit
the • moral'' of the Pennsylvania cleotlon.
Now, we hold this to lie a violation of
Inngtinge, ami a direct thrust at a good
thing. Wo cun see nothing ‘'moral ' about
it, absolutely nothing ' The devil himsell
will turn Presbyterian next, If this sort of
thing is allowed to pass unrelnikod.
DIABOLICAL, —The blowing up and to
tul destruction of Josiah Turner's Soutine!
office at Itnleigh, North Carolina, was a
diabolical act, hy whomsoever committed,
and should end in hanging without judge
or Jury. Wc hope the miscreants will lie
eaiight and treated ul once ala hart lari
It is said that the ltadirals are responsible
Tine Atlanta Sun shines on llie Herald
with considerable effulgence in its Dane of
yesterday. It* beam* are vertical, lumln
ou* and milter scorching—rather Un
doubtedly the faults of the Hun do lean on
virtue'* side, while Ihueo of the Herald
incline—well, "toward* way* Hull re
dark nml tricks that are vain "
Tuk Albany New*— The Albany
New* n oui reader* know I* a large pa
l*r published In the City of Albany and
edited with ability hy Col. Cary W. Style*
The Col offer* it for sale If any of our
it-adar* are hankering alter a chance to
air their Independent thoughts to their de
light, and at the same time reap the usual
pay for *0 doing, we udvlse them to
communicate with Hm. Btyles lie will
sell the Newt at a reasonable figure nnd
n yoitnc fdllor c otthl lime tm l , tler
opening presented to hint.
Waiting I— I The Kulnula Times, nftei
giving a fcti Minds notice of Jeff Long's
meeting butt Monday night, acknowledg
ing the KfiTßiirnttK as the informer,
Cindy says It will nail for ('id. Jones' nc
count of said meeting. Tbo Times will
have a long, long wait The KsTv.eettisK
gate the unkod truth iilsmt that meeting.
Mr Times with exact impartiality, except
Hull its editor, Iu cluirily. suppressed the
bulk of what was said hy the "private
Irish gentleman," about the Telegraph
and Messeugoi. We should like a report
from Hint paper ourselves, vert much.
Kmilv KaITHFCI. one of Kngluml's
noble women lias reached New York. She
is aboul to Irate! through America in the
inlcraatof her working sisters in Great
Itritaiu. Nile is particularly charged with
studying the factory system of this conn
iry.'ttitli the liojH 1 of ameliorating the con
dition of Hist class of working women In
England Notv wo lute it word to say
uncut this very point, a word of plain un
varnished, unfortunate truth, A word too,
based on vory extended observation both
in Europe and America. It is this Tuking
it "hy and large." the condition of factory
women iu America, is far more deplane
hie than in any other country.
We have no time to-day to explain, nor
have we Inclination. Hut we cx|>ect
Miss Emily to muke a faithful re]H)rt,
which will ooroboralu our*.
1'.4 4 11. 114.
By telegraph, we learn tlmt “Funny
Kern" died yesterday. One line conveys
tliis intelligence, ud four words arc de
voted to bor by the world's mind, llut
Fanny Fern will l>e regretted by thou
sands of hearty and sympathetic leaders,
and her death will be mourned by them
in real and not pretended honesty. Of
course, our readers know that ••Fanny
Fern ' was ouly anew dt flume. The
wearer of it had a name, familiar enough
iu its changes, to moat English readers.
She was, we believe, a sister of the genial,
gifted, but bot-Ueaded X. P. Willis, and
died the wifo of James Barton, tlie recent
biographer of Horace Greeley. Sara Wil
lis, was twice matried ; tlrst to Mr. Pay
son. we think, of whom we know nothing.
Many daik clouds hung about the hori
zon of the witty, off-hand, daring Fanny
Fern, and the tongue of depreciation
found in her sayings and doings, ample
scope for exercise. Her writings are
characterized by a lioldncss almost
amounting to vulgarity, coupled with rn
indefinable tinge of eloquent sadness.
We have no desire to probe Faulty
Fem e domestic wounds, or to recall cur
tain episodes in bor life. She was bold,
aud she was gentle, forbidding aud at
tractive; bitter to her cuemice and love
itself to her friends. She called people
uud tilings by their right names—and an
swered to her own at laud at the bar of
ligbteous judgment, where wa leave her,
hoping that her good heart aud deeds will
far outweigh all Ihst may condemn
WIIKIOI'N THOIUHTN I'OR
hi ii;j HOI UN.
Hallelajsh! I believe!
Now, O I.ove' 1 know thy power,
Thine no false or fragile fetters.
Not the rose wreath* of an hour'
Chntlan bonds of holy union;
Death itself does not ilaatm.v •
Yes, to live, and love forever,
!•> our lnv'lnt’e of inv.
Next to loviug ia the knowledge of j
being loved. A true heart feeds much
on its loves, uml delights in the objects of
Its supreme regard Hut the conscious
ness of being the Object of great and su
preinc affliction , to know—to feel—that
a great life) la pouring its cxhaostless
wealth of love into your heart; this is
the perfection of pasaessinu—the crown
of blessing--the restored paradise And
this i" the Christian's joy and triumph
this is Ids secret and open satisfaction.
Jesus loves me! The cause of all good
ness makes uiy heart the treasury of his
favors. TliO source of all felicity, tests
Ills wisdom In devising, Ills power in
achieving, Ids benevolence in bestowing
divine happiness ii|mti my p<>pi heart.
To ho loved of 1 lie Lord Jesus Christ!
Ah, what so glorious, what so surpassing
ly good, what so amazing' At once, a
grand contempt for ull the pomp and hol
lowness of a sinful world nestles at the
soul of that towering life which, on pin
ions swift ns light hears itself up In holy
devotion to Him. who is "all in all
Huch n life la grand. Christ's love eno
hies it. It Is grund in its humility and
in Its majesty. Grand In Its contempt for
tilings beneath It, and in its comprehen
sion of things above It. Grand in its re
jcctlon of the blandishments and false
loves ul sin, and In its ascending purity
—ln its enjoyment* of the high privilege
which divine love reveals.
"God only know s the love of God !'
Hut what God alone comprehends, the
! humblest Christian enjoys in the dear con
! ncloubiicss that He loves him. Said ,Ie
hiis "lie Hint Joveth me, shall lie i )vcd of
my Father, and l dill lore him, and trill
man if rut myself to him "
‘•(i|i I.ove divine, how sweet tliou art'
Where shall I llnd my willing In-sit,
All taken up by thee *”
111'. t'AltliTH I'OR :
If coomliws thus the fowl* of lienvrn he feeds ;
If o'er the 111-Ills such lucid robe* lie spread*;
Will lie not earc for you, ye falthlus*, s) ?
Is tie unwise ? or are ve less Hiss they ?
Special Providence is that particular
care which tiie good God extends over his
"1 say unto you" said the Saviour,
"take no thought for your life ; tv hut ye
Shull eat, or what shall ye drink ; nor yet
for your Iwsly wliat yo shall put on , for
your Heavenly Father knovveth that ye
have need of all these things "
Hhull Ho watch with solicitous care the
mother sparrow us she huildeth her nest
aud luycth her young , as the little lludg
llngs begin to mount on quivering wing
in lustinetivc search of sunshine in which
to warble forth their praise v
Shall He feed them, aud nurse them,
anil send his dews, and rain, and sunshine
lor them, whose little lives consist only of
a song to Him and who flutter a moment
and die —nnd forgot you! You, His
chief rare—hi* masterpiece of wisdom
Hie triumph of his power,—the supreme
object of liis love ?
Oh, Christian, slimin' on thy In art ot
mi: i vii'Kiimii.i:.
| All tilings present Hint eil'tli and tier fullness
, All tilings of future from Knowledge amt faiiey
I ifr's varied tale,
Death's dark, dreaded vale.
All as your port.on revealed! [tn-hotait.
The reservations of eternal love are un
apeakalily greater than the revelations of
Who can measure and characterize that
which tie see' Whose plummet shall
sound for us the appalling deep? Whose
pencil shall portray Hie ever-expanding
and sublime outstretching* of Wisdom and
Potter and Love in the beautiful world
arouud us ?
Who will essay the more beautiful world
within ? Who will measure the capability
of a single mind, or pencil its finer and
•üblltner beauties, or guess its possibilities ?
Hut If these belittle aud appall the best
trained and mightiest intellects, how shall
we conjecture the nature and extent of
those unseen nnd unconcclved reservations,
eternal In the heavens ?
Twere temerity to think , Ttvere pro
sumption to try ! If the darkness is so
glorious and sublime, what must the light
i*i:nut ( timi it!<■ ii r.
The intelligence of the death of this
veteran Christian pioneer, brings to our
niiud several conversations had with him
some years ago. It was while ins book
was in its glory, and his name a house
hold word over the nation Btid in Europe.
We remember this from his lips. “You
know the Northern Central Hailroad .
Well I was ou my way hero (Baltimore,)
and the car was almost empty in w bicli 1
sat. Two young fellows were iu it, how
ever, a lectio tight, and were discussing
at a fearful rale whether man had a soul
or not The conductor came along, and
they desired him to be umpire. He de
clined, but winking at me. said, there's a
gentlemen better fitted for that position
than l am. suppose you appeal to hint.
So It was. At me they came.
“What is it young fellows ?"
■ Why its considerable, old cove. We
are discussiu' whether man lias a real im
mortal soul or not, and we can't agree
■ I should think not, judging from your
appearance f“ 1 replied,
•• Well old feller, what do you say
"I say this ; I don’t know whether your
young fellows have soul's or not. I think
it in open qneation but—if 1 bad been
God Almighty und resolved to make you,
I would not have givcu you souls, for if |
you have them, they will certainly he |
The old gentleman naively added,—them
young feller's didn't continue Hie dis- ;
Tiiic Democracy and the Liberal hods i
will shake bunds with Col. Beck to-night.
Everybody who is anybody, ought to he
IN T ill-: FIKI.It.
Tint "Straights" appear at lasl, iu full
strength and uniform. The Jeffersonian
army Is on the march under tried leaders, !
and here they are—their names we mean,
and may they never come to grief!
/ or the State at Large.
I‘kiimkdcs IlKVNoi.ns, of Newton.
Walter 11. Wirmn, of Fulton.
llkNitv F. Andrew*, of Wilkes.
S A. Mi Neil, of Randolph.
First District —M. L. Mersiion, of
Glynn. AllcrnaU—ll 11. I’KittiY, of
Second District —T I. Gt'KKKY. of
I IJuilnian. Alternate—ll. W. llaiiulsoN,
I ol liiiiidolpli.
Third District-Joint 11. Woodward,
of Dooly. Alternate— K D At.fitiK.ND,
Fourth District—Hknut Pkiisonh, of
Talbot. Alternate—Sltr.KH Edwards, of
Fifth District—Geo. McDowell. or;
Hike. Alternate— T. <>. .1 Aeon, of Mon
Hixili District—ll. J. Bates of Newton.
Alternate—l. \V. Hi rnbt, of .Jasper.
Seventh District—A. H. Atkinson, of
Colih. Alternate—S. S. Ha ilk y, ol Cobb.
Eighth District—Milks W. Lewis, of
Greene. Alternate —.1 11. Casey, or Mc-
Ninth District — G M. Nktiirrland, of
llalnin Alternate Iso T. E/7.ARD, of
T INUCItM OF 4JOIFN WOIIII.
We clip the following from the columns
of the N. Y. World, for the benefit of our
unsophisticu! renders. They will sec that
a certain company of “ Christiana ” indi
cate dissatisfaction with God’s Word as it
is, and they propose to amend, erase, and
otherwise improve what, in Hie judgment
of the w hole world, should lie allowed to
Wc know some of these precious D. D's
personally, and we know tlieui to be a
meddlesome, pedantic lot of old school
boys, many of them so profoundly learned
us to talk any enlightened congregation to
sleep iu ten minutes. Hut we must be
charitable. Head the extract
Bihi.k Revision. —An American Coni
-1 uiiltee of Revisers of the English He.rip
turcM, in co-operative union with the llrit
isli Committee of Revision, was organized
October 4 at‘4o Bible House in this city,
hy the election of prominent officers, and
has actually began Its responsible work.
The leading duuomiuatieiis nud literary
institutions of the country were represent
ed in the meeting by ex President Wool
sey, Bishop Lee, Professors Drs. Abbott,
Day, Green, Hadley, Hare, DeWitt. Pack
ard, Hcliuif, Short, Strong, and Thayer.
Dr. Sehatf reported tire results of his cor
respondence and personal conference with
the British revisers, and distributed confi
dential copies of the revised version of the
Hooks of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, und
the first three Gospels, which lie had re
ceived from England ior the use of the
The committee then proceeded to elect
permanent officers. Dr. Sehatf, ol Hie
Union Theological Seminary, New York,
was elected President; Professor Day, of
the Divinity School of Yale College, Cor
responding Secretary ; and Professor
Short, of Columbia College, New York,
Treasurer. The committee llieu divided
into two companies, the one for the Old, j
the other for the New Testament. Prof j
Green, of Hie Theological Seminary at j
Princeton, was elected Chairman of the
Old Testament Company; ex-President
Woolsey, Chairman of the New Testa
ment Company. Both companies will
hold periodical meetings every month in
the Bible house.
No provision has been made as yet for
meeting the necessary expenses of the
committee. Friends of revision who arc
disposed to aid In this great work are re
quested to seed their contributions either
to the President, or to the Treasurer, or
to any member of the committee.
The following scholars compose the |
Prof. \Vui. Henry Green, 1). D., Chair- ,
man, Princeton, N. J.; Rev. Thomas J.
Couant, D. I)., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Prof.
George E Day, D D., New Haven, Conn.,
Prof. John DeWitt, L> D.,New Brunswick,
N J ; Prof. George Emlen Hare. 1) 1),
Philadelphia. Pa. Prof.CharlesP Krauth
1) D , Philadelphia. Pa , l’rof. J Packard,
D l>., Fairfax, Ya , Prof. Calvin Stowe,
D D. Hartford, Conn ; Prof. James
Strong, D If, Madison, N J , Rev. C V A
Van Dyck, D D., Bcyrut, Syria. Prof
Tayler Lewis, LL. 1), Schenectady, N Y.
Sue Testament Company—Ex-Presi
dent Theodora D Woolsey, I) DLL 1)
Chairman. New Haven, Conn ; Ezra
Abbot, 1. I- 1) Cambridge, Mass. Rev. G R
Crooks, DD New York ,Prof H B Hack
ed, 1> I>Rochester, N Y Prof James Had
ley I- L 1> N 11, Conn,; Prof Charles
Hodge, D D Princeton N J ; Prof A C
Kendrick. 1) 1) Rochester N Y Rt Rev
Alfred Lee, D I> Wilmington. Del; Prof
Matthew B Riddle, Hartford, Conn. Prof
Philip Schaff. 1> D, N Y, Prof Charles
Short, L L 1), N Y . Prof Henry Thayer,
D 1> Andover, Mass; llev Edward A !
Washburn D I), N Y , Prof W P Warren, j
D D Boston, Mass.
Go and hear Col. Beck to-night.
"Do your Duty.”
Editor Enterjtrife ■■—When the Collins
Steamer, the ill fated arctic was sinking in
mid ocean, Slbwart Holland kept tiring
signal guns of distress, a duty he bad been
specially assigned to. "Come, Stewart,"
said a comrade, “get into tbe boat, those
guns are of no use." "No" was the noble
leply, ‘here is my post. I intend to die
doing my duty." Such should be tbe re
sohe of our Democratic hosts, no matter
if there is no use in the Empire State roll
ing up such an enormous majority for
Greeley and Brown, next November, still
it is our plain duty to do ail we can. and
by God's help, wo intend to die, doing
our duty. “TicaSDTI.”
■ *♦— —
There are two things in this world that
are not safe to trifle with—a woman's opin
ions and the business end of a wasp
THEY SAY THAT.
Rev. W. 11. H. Munay, of Boston, re
cently lectured on the horse. Most of the
thousand innocents who followed Murray
into the Adirondacks arc capable of lec
turing on the ass.
The Louisville Courier-Journal devotes
a column of small type to “Our Native Ar
tists.’' They do some passable pegged
worked in Ixiuisville, but fail miserably in
the higher brunches of the art. St Louis
New York has a self-made aristocracy.
Heury Clews, of the plebeian antecedents,
is regent of the Genealogical Institution in
His first lecture will be ou "wliat I know
about Georgia Bonds."
An " aussorordetlich schaclispieler' has
burst upon Berlin in the person of Herr
' Raeder, who is said to be more Jlian a
mate for Morphy.
We should say so
A good many years ago a Kentuckian
! went to Cincinnati and drove a cart at
low wages until he lmd saved up s7Oll.
with this he bought a barge load of coal
which sank at the landing llie night it was
j delivered, and he had to sell it for SIOO.
| The parly who bought it failed before
paying, t)ut finally compromised by giving
' two and half acres of land for the debt.
The luud is now in the business centre of
Cincinnati, and is worth over $1,500,000
to its owner as the price of that load of
Another iniirrirge has been contracted
between two telegraph operators who had
never met before, stationed at London
ami Berlin, according to the report of Mr.
Scudamore, British Director of Telegraph
and society nt the occurence
“Madame "said a French priest to a
froethinkiug lady in a railway carriage, I
who pci stated in annoying allusions, "you
assert to know the IJitde from cover to j
cover; I wish, then, to imitate Balaam hy j
remaining silent when liis companion ;
The New York Advertiser says: “It
must not be iufered that the country is
going to the dogs because the selection of
next President is reduced to u choice be
tween a type-setter and a West Pointer.
No, the difficulty arises front the
“cross" between the two.
A picture which is supposed to represcut
the marriage of Shakespcar and Anne
Hathway lias lately come to light in Eng
land, and at present is owned by a Mr.
Malatn, of Scarborough. The theory in re
gard to it is that, if not executed at the
time of the marriage' it was painted early
i in the seventeeth century. In the top cor
! ncron the left hand is the legend :
1 Hare Lirnminge with us dotlie make apperc
Tin: marriage of Annie Hathaway with William
One of the highest officials in the king
dom of Burmah lias been deposed for ac
cepting presents and drinking wine.
Which shows how far pagan Burmah lags
behind our great republic in civilization.
By tiie President of tiie United
States of America —A Proclamation ;
WnEREAS, The revolution of another
year has again brought the time when it
is usual to look back upon the past and pub
liclyto thunk The Almighty for His mercies
and His blessings ; and whereas, if any one
people lias more occasion than another for
such thankfulness, it is the citizens of the
United States, whose Government is
their creature, subject to their behest; who
have reserved to themselves ample civil
and religious freedom ami equality before
the law, who, during the last twelve
months, have enjoyed exemption from any
grevious or general calamity, and to whom
prosperity in agricultural, manufactures
and commerce has been vouchsafed.
Now. therefore,by these considerations, I
recommend that on Thursday, the 28th day
of November next the people meet in their
respective places of whorship and there
make their ackowledgements to God for
His kindness and bounty.
In witness whereof I have hereto set
my hand and caused the seal oftlie United
States to be affixed. Done at the City of
Washington this lltlidny of October, in
tiie year of our Lord, 1872, and of the inde
pendence of the United States the ninety
[Signed] U. S. Grant.
By the President -
Hamilton, Fish. Secretary of State.
Tribute l lcpect.
Hall Mechanics’ Fir* Cos., No. 4, l
Macon, Ga., October 7, 1872. )
At a Regular Meeting of Mechanics’ Fire Cos.,
held in their Hall, October 7th, 1872, the fol
lowing Preamble and Resolutions were unani
mously adopted, and ordered to he published
in the daily papers of the city:
Whereas, It has seemed good to the Great
Creator of the Universe to remove from among
us, our comrade, William Corkili. ; and,
Whereas, Mr. Corkill was one of our best
members, whose active, energetic, prompt, and
in every respect, faithful performance of his du
ties as a fireman, had gained our admiration,
and whose kindly courtesy of demeanor, good
ness of heart, and manly, upright and aflection
ate disposition had won our love nnd respect;
Be it therefore
KenoUrd, That in the death of Mr. Corkill,
the members of this Company have lost a friend
and comrade who was an exemplar of the true
tlreman, and that we deeply, and with heartfelt
sorrow, deplore and lament his untimely death.
R tsofrof. That we exteml our warmest sym
pathies to the family of onr deceased brother.
AVThat the Hall of this Company be
drain'd in mourning; that the officers aud mem
bers of this Company wear crape ou their left
arm for thirty days next ensuing, and that a
a page of our Memorial Book be consecrated to
the memory of our deceased friend.
AVsofieJ, That a copy *f this preamble and
resolutions be properly engrossed and forward
ed to the family of the deceased.
Tiler Soetuall, j
.I\~ A. Campbell, -Com'ttce.
J. W. AuEHUOI.ii, l
Telegraph and Messenger copy.
100 (Hundred' Mattresses.
200 (Chairs,) Drv Goods and notions.
Hardware, Pocket aud Table Cutlery, and
also a large lot of Second band furniture, Car
pets, etc., by O. E. BESORE,
Treasurer's Office, 1
Savannah, Griffin & North Ala. K. R. -
Macon. Ga., Oct 4, 1872. i
r |''H E Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
L this Company, for the electiou of Presi
dent ami Directors to serve for the ensuing
year, will he held at the Court-house in New
iian, Coweta county, on Thnrsdav, the 7th day
of November next. MILOS FREEMAN,
oct4lm Sec'y and Treas’r.
N otary public and f.x-officio jus
tice OF TtlE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the dav at my
office adjoining the law office of A. rroudfit,
over the store of Jaques & Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
Fresh Oysters 1
I WILL receive to-morrow fine lot of the
above oo Ice
W. P. CARLOS.
octl2-lt MULBERRY STREET.
COIT BLOUNT S APPOINTMENTS.
CtOL. BLOI’NT, the Democratic nominee of
/ the Sixth Congreaftional District, will
apeak at the following places, to-wit:
Dublin, Laurens county, October 15th.
Irwinton, Wilkinson county, October l<>th.
Mllledgirville, Baldwin county, October 17th.
Eatonton, Putnam county, October 18th.
Monticello, Jasper county, October 19th.
Monroe, Walton county, October 22d.
Social Circle, Walton county, October 23d.
Covington, Newton county. October 34tn.
Conyers, Rockdale county, October 25th.
Jeffersonville, Twiggs county, October2Bth,
and will speak in Macon, Friday evening, No
Col. Hardeman will join Col. Blount and ad
dress the people also, at Monroe, Bocial Circle,
Covington and Conyers. Athisothcr appoint
ment, lion. James N. Pace, one of the candi
dates on the electoral ticket, will be present,
and speak likewise. octl2-till2B
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A. It. LITE, Proprietor.
BOARD PER DAY $3.00.
T. H. COX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kaluton Hull lliilliliug.
CHERRY STREET, MACON. GGORGIA.
M. 11. CiKKKI.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CORNER OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
Streets, iu Court House, Macon, Ga.
Akmand L. Butts. Edgar A. Ross.
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STREET CAR TICKETS,
FOUR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at the
I)rii£ Store of
ROLAND . HALL,
1 IS—tf Cor. Cherry St. and Cotton Avenue.
Guernsey, Bartrum & Mrii,
BU ILDERS SUPPLY STORE,
Blake's Block, l’oplur Street,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Nhnli, Doors, Blinl, Frames,
Brackets, A'ewel Posts,
BaluNtcrx, Mantle*, Etc., Etc.
Carpenter Tools, Locks, Nails, Hinges,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Pntty, Etc.
CONTRACTORS for III’ILDING.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
TO the VEGETABLE and CHICKEN and
EGG market of
C. C. BALKCOM A CO.’S
You can also get the best Sugar, Coffee, Tt-ae,
Rice. Flour. Bacou. Sausage, Blaek Fish, Mul
let, Fresh Oysters. Crabs and Shrimps, Canned
Goods of all kinds. Candies, Nuts, Tob.n eo,
Cigars, also a splendid assortment of Notions.
sep26 tf C. C. BALKCOM & CO.
My Interest in the SIX BRICK STOKES,
three atories in height, with basements,
fronting on Poplar street, composing part of
Hollingsworth Block, in this city. For terms,
etc., apply to F. L. GROCE,
sep 2S-tf Hollingsworth Block.
Reference —Lanier A Anderson.
Wliat Horace Greeley Knows AM tie Political Siys
Which at present agitate the horizon of American politics is immaterial to the people pf Macon,
when taken Into consideration with what we know about business
If you doubt what wc say, Interview us and we will quickly prove to you the truth of our
assertion, and also explain to you our new method of mathematics, which is as follows;
Addition to our pockets, substruction from your’s, In consideration of which we will multiply
your business by advertising it. Simple, is it not?
WINDHAM & CO., .
■louse and Sign iPaiutcrs,
Bcp?-St Under Spotwood Hotel.
W- A. SWF’S
Cora, Bacon ail Flu Mini
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OE DIXIE,”
The Rest 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. IP,
In 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.
71-2 Lbs. Ex. C. 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 You Don’t see what You Want, Ask for it.
PUTZEL & JACOBS,
NEW YORK GROCERY STORE. 2d ST., DAMOUR BLOCK.