MACON DAILY ENTERPRISE!
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No. 10 llulliii/ mrlii Ulopk.
IU litter* rrlatinn tu Sithnetpllm thouhl As ad- 1
1,. ,■// to /.!„*, It., -/ it- Smith, Moron, tin. !
i nininoii'coti'nin fur th< /e,/*, thouH hr ml
,t,fk*r<l lo llie IMilor. 0* rnnnol unitn ■!,,(, In
return rejrrlrit • oiiiniitnn iitinnx. Will iml/nnli
reilerl „< - item-, I'i"iii nil juirh of th' Sate, mo
W. WATHIN lllt Kt. editor.
To the outsider—one who has not ihc
facilities at lil* command In ucqnaint him- ;
elf with the positions of the two conflict
ing partic*—the sign? of Mr. (Irreley's
election aie everything hot cheering- 1 he
recent tied inns in Pennsylvania, Indiana
and Ohio have unnecessarily thrown a
damper upon come *>f our most sanguine
nion, causing them to waver not a little Id
i heir duty. 'I he well worn prognostication.
used jcrliaps on cm ty election held in the
Inion from the days of Jefferson lo lire
present day, “as goes l’ouusylvntjia, so
goes the inion,” I* shallow, or in common
parlance, “ too thin " l<> be applicable to
the result of the recent election. We do
not regard tlic result as damaging to Hie
Liberal cause, for tbo reason Hint them
was on importation of 25,000 voters from
a neighboring State, and the fuel that there
arc numbers of Republicans who will vote
for a Liberal in preference to a genuine
Democrat. This fact alone should give it*
good cheer, <
It Is true, and ulus ' too true, that (Irani
and his co-workers have Hie open sesame
by which they control voters, but why lay
so much slrcMupon this ? It w ill require
more than Hie glitter of gold or I In; rich
prospects of fat olllces, to swell their
ranks wllli llie lovers of a good ami hon
est government. The great strength of
the Radical party lies la their ill gotten
gains. This is the magnet that draws that
party together Uutcan It lost f Cun the
plethoric money bugs siisluiii the constant
draining? Will the people, yes. wo say
the people, submit to the wholesale ptos
t i tut ion of Its treasury lo gain an object so
terribly damaging to their Interests v
Then taking a view of llie surroundings
ns they now npprar, there is utterly no
caiisß lo lent for the result of the Novem
bur election. The gloom should not be
allowed lo cover the picture If there is
any gloom at all To win is to try.
And to day we feel more confident, full
of more hope limn evei We have only
one duty marked out befoie ns, and ttint la
HIM OH V lIIMII .
Those wicked lines that sonic editor* de
light lo pul ul the head of their editorial
columns, In caps and small ( ups, have been
denied by the Tribune, but now Mr dree
ley write* the hdlowlng Irltei lo Mr Tel
mu, of Alabama, which should sene to
"iispcmt the circnlrilon of the cruel words
Nm\ Yoiik, Octobci H, is?.'
Vy Dear Sir . I. I nevur wrote, nor in -
cited, nor imagined the matter you semi
me. beginning “ H’Asa the rebellion/ tmi
tor* are ilriren the field. etc "
2. It was w iltteii by one who is now ed
fling a dinut piqwi ami bitterly hnaiile to
I It was not published in Hthl.aslbn
per's Weekly asserts, but May tl, I sill, af
ter tin bombardtiieiit of Fort Sumter
Yours. UouAcn dm ii i t
\V R \i i son, Selma, Ala
Diymomib in Nova Sioiia flic
Chronicle's representative on the Inter
colonial isilnmil excursion lieni<l n dls
mood story while lh patty were wailing
at Rivet l’hlllp yesterday, on their way to
llnlllux. Our informant, a very intelligent
man, who evidently believed all he said,
informed Us that a day or two ago, Mr,
John Hanley, while working on his farm
near River Philip. found in a ditch a dis
mom) of oval shape, about three Inches
long and two inches wide ; that Mr. llau
ley took the precious jewel to Amherst,
where a professional geullrmsn, after test
lug it, offered $1,500 for It, ami that the
lucky possessor, realizing that he hail a
fortune, declined the otter and started foi
Halifax lo aacertain what luslropolltan
Jewelers will give ldui for his prize Wo
shall probably hear more of this gem
which is to far oulshiiic the glory of llie
old jewels which the world has hitherto
ml in I red —Halifax (.V. $.) Chronicle.
Whisky Consini'tion.— For thcclmm
pion whisky consuming State of the Fn
ion. Louisiana can claim llie prize The
New Orleans "Picayune" declares "We
know of four pariahes in this (slate. with a
imputation of about 43,0110, of all ages,
union ami sexes, In which 4,000 barrels
of Whisky art* required to meet the yearly
demand. It lias been estimated, upon
lair basis of calcubdiou. that the cons',
meis iu these lout patishes pay half a
million dollars y early lor liquoi and s<ix>;:>
drinks—about three times the amount of
their State parish taxes. The gross sale*
of the cotton and sugar crops of the State
since the war. usually do not amount to
over 30.090,000 yearly. The "diiuks"
of the people of the Stale, and the liquor
bilis, amount to mote than $30,000 000
Shut IfintU'.—On Sunday morning,
nlxun the lime for the departure of the
traiue. a colored mania section band! ac
cidentally allot htiiuielf. lie was standing
on the plalfurm iu front of the ticket office,
and til attempting to tiff up his double
barrelled shot-gun, which lie bad rested
upon the ground, sliuck the hammer
.*gainst something aud discharged nut
barrel—the coateuts wounding slightly
one of hi* baud* aud bulging iu aud im
mediately around the right eye The
xvouud was very severe and may prove
fatal, though he was able lo seek bis home
unassisted a few minute* after the acci
dent,— Ttomoorillc tnlHfrin.
Thk siege of Mr Fechter* ucw theatre
iu New York will be a novelty. It i< to
.1 icteb forward inlo the centre of the
bouse . it* back will he in the ha[e of
quarter-dome, with the concavity turned
low aid* ilia audience Tbi* will lie (Honi
ed blue, so a* to have as natural a sky as
poasibte By an Ingenious device, cloud
shadow* xx ill be made to pas* across it
w hen the scene hr laid in the open air.
The usual place of the orchestra will lx<
tilled with fragrant flowers aud a stream
of rutt&hrg water. The hand will play
ii tuler the stage. Careful acoustic arrange
ment* insure their Ueiug heard although
thev will be wholly linseei;
tiii: no it is or rm: 1101 it.
To 11 1 * *se persona vvlio allow 1 I v*-s '
to become gloomy because >f Iho result
of Hut Pennsylvania election, to- itimii
mcml the following word* of waning
front the New York Tribune
Wlicn a roverso Ims been mu mii> i.
soldiers sometime* liegln firing into their
own ranks, lint we Imve never liesrt!
that reverses were Hint way retrieved and
We protest most enrnestly against any
yielding to such temptation now. We ran
throw away the I’lealdrntial election, or
wc (an carry it Thu way to eitliei result
Every poliliehm know s that it is in I lie
power of the cards, fail ly played, lo win
the Prcsidentul gatuc. Or, to resume the
nobler figure, the forces in the field are
amply snlllcieut to win victory. That the
Liberal party is as certain now to rifle Hie
country In Hie near future, us w as the coali
tion called Hie Republican party, after in
i spite of its great defeat in le.">(l, wo lake as
oBC of the palpable facta of Hie situation.
: Hut it lias in llie present struggle this
great advantage ur. compared with the
lust national struggle of the party it is to
succeed—that it Ims an impregnable basis
of one hundred and twenty-three Southern
voles, on which to stmt, with majorities
ut the late election* in enough of the oth
ers to bring victory within our grasp. The
campaign lor the next three week* ean tie
so ordered as to put llie-c latter Stale* be
yond doubt Shall vve not move unitedly
to the work.
■ lit | |>N IN AOIt 111 4 ItO.
A cot respondent of Hie New York
World lias this to ssy of the election frauds
in (he Old North Slate
A enlled council, composed of the meiu
her* of the Democratic State Fxecutivc
Committee, some of the principal parlies
in defeated interest, and several other
prominent men of the party in the State,
was held here lost week to decide upon
the question of contesting the fraudulent
election ol the Radical ticket in August
before the Legislature, which convenes on
the thiid Monday in November. The law
requires tidily days’ notice to the adverse
parties; but whether the thirty next lie
ini'* the convening of the I.egidatuie or
any other thirty during the re; .-ion seems
not to hnve been quite clear. The point
was much argued to-day in the council,
by some of the ablest lawyers iu the State,
to the final conclusion, without dissent,
that any thirty days to run and expire be
fore the adjournment of the session was
Hie meaning and intention of the law. And
upon this view It win thought advisable to
defer the notice. Hut lind lids primary
point been differently decided, the notice
would liavc issued immediately, for the
reports of fraud* to the Chairman of the
Committee, all in the nature of evidence,
allow an aggregate of more than 11,000
voles —4,(Mi1l iu excess of Hie gross Radi
cal majority. And that side depend upon
Grant s re-election alone to maintain them
in it, either by intimidation, to prevent the
conical, or by direct and forcible inter
ANOTHER DIAMOND SENSATION.
X I'AKTY OK l-KOMINBST CAI.IKOHNIANS
IICAVK THK I'ACIKIC UOAII AT Ill'll
IIKSKHT ON A DIAMOND HUNT.
[ Omnha.Urc October JO.
Day before yesterday a large parly of
diamond hunter*, Composed of prominent
and wealthy thillfornlaus, came over tho
Central I'acilie and Fnton a* far a* Red
Desert. They travelled in a special train
of four ear* of the Central I‘nciflc direct
oik They were supplied vvilli a large and
rich quantity of diituunid specimens, maps
chart*, the latest Government surveys,
ami . the most recent decisions of the At
torn' y -General In referenced to entering
mining tracts. Several experience iniucrs
timl experts aecompaincd the party, ami
the whole outfit, owing to Ilieir wealth
and station in life, received the utmost
courtesy from the official* ol the road*
It was their first Intention to leave the
iad at Rawlins, hut as the secret of Ilieir
expedition hud leaked out. they took their
departure from tin- Red Desert. Hi* said
that their destination is distant from ten
to lltleeii day*' travel on horseback from
this point, and that they started in a direc
tion widen would lead them south of
Bridgcr's Folk. Their movements and
Intentions vvete kept as secret as possible,
but the conclusion is Unit Hie members of
lids party compose the great California
Diamond Company, about the organization
of which there was so much excitement
created by the San Francisco papers. It
will be recollected that on the morning of
August 1, ICdwmd Aruold, of Kentucky,
arrived in this citywith a parly of colored
men, and it was reported that they were
going out on a hunting expedition
It afterwards turned out that this Ar
nold was a diamond discoverer, the secret
having leaked out after and his parly Inal
reached Laramie, from which place lie de
parted for the land of diamonds as origi
nally discovered by him, kut not until the
Sentinel cf that place bad published a
couple of sensations couceruing hitu
Nothing more vv as heard of him until three
or four days ago, when he passed -through
tliis city on Ins way Fast The arrival of
that Californian party at Red Desert and
Ilieir mysterious departure just after Ar
uoid had come Fast look* a little curious
It Is claimed that a job has been put up
on Arnold, be having been imbued by
someone lo come Fast so Unit the Califor
nian* could come iu dining bis absence
and under mine him. \Vr look for further
interesting developments concerning this
matter, ami in u day or two shall proha
bly obtain something more definite
A Farmer s Experience.
Unit or ll.iirlin.iritU Dispatch .-—As the
lime is near when we should save our po
tato plantings. I'll give you ray plan.
After the viues are killed with frost, as
soon thereafter as the weather ia warm
enough not to chill the potato, plow them
up with a small plow, aud pick them up
careftilly. Round out a place in the earth
about three inches deep, so as to make a
small ridge around the circle Urge enough
to hold thirty-five bushels, then sprinkle
plenty of dry pine straw, place the plaut
iiiKS on this bed. and cover over with dry
straw to the depth of ten or twelve inch' -.
then bauk completely over, the same day
you dig At the same time ditch mound
the bank so os to drain off the water. I
do not think that I have lost one bushel in
ten years, though we hud some very unfa
vorable winters. The straw is better than
boards or bark. You can also keep your
eating potatoes in lids way.
J !\ M**m t;\
Wilcox County, Oct 1872.
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A Tiutiuwjt Accident— F.iixi.xu or
x New M xkki t Mocsi —The walls and
roof of a portion of the new market home
m process of construction in Montgomery.
Ala . fell on Wednesday afternoon last, in
slant!)' killing Mr Win O'Brien, a gas
titter and one of the must popular mechan
ics in Montgomery Six or seven others
at work ou the building were severely in
jured *om Ol them having their legs' bro
ken.—Dome Courir .
Most Profit in Prompt Marketing.
No producer should lie a speculator,
not should a farmer, a* a rule, hold his
crops, with the idea that he insy thereby
influence the market. The effects of ull 1
contingent h ■ are discounted at the com
mercial ''cubes that is, they ellect prices
Into- before the produce is handled. Thus
tiic conditions of crops are far better
known to tlio*■ • whoso business it ie to ;
market them and to the consumer than to j
those who raise them. The former class
have, in lluir course of business, the
means of accurately ascertaining the ap
proximate yield of all tho stuplo crops
liy which their trade is effected, and they
use those means in the most effective man
ner. It is Ilieir business, and they suc
ceed or fail in proportion as they manage
well or ill.
Farmers cannot compete w ith them in
this, and generally suffer when they at
tempt it. Asa title, it is true thul the
sooner crops are marketed the better for
the producer. An example muy be seen
in the matter of wool, the present season.
Those farmers who sold ilieir llceces as
soon n they were shorn did well, while
those who held on for higher rates, and
tlio*i: who still hold on, have lost, or will
probably loose fin with the pork market.
The lirst hogs ready for Hie butcher, more
especially those for the reluil trade, as
fresh polk, rarely fail In bringing lietter
prices Ilian those coining iu with the
crowd a month or two later Hut it is in
grain that the farmer 10-es most by delay.
From the moment his crop is harvested
it is the prey of enemies Rats and mice
consume it, and the weevil silently and
secretly eats out its heart, llovv much ire
sutlers by these industrious enemies one
cannot estimate. Every farmer knows
how it Is himself to his sorrow, and vet
year by year he waits, an I -vails, for Hie
highest prices, which lately come, and
when they do come they fail to caver his
!o- > * To thrash early, and realize the
highest price he may, is nearly always, if
not always hi* best course, and the most
profitable. It is his privilege to speculate,
lint if he loses let him mil lay the blame tp
, his own proper business.
Holla the actress, is quite ill.
Victor lingo is about to marry.
(iui/otand Thiers boast of never having
i had a headache.
Strakasch has managed to put #500,000
I aside for a rainy day.
Little Raven hears a strong resemblance
to Henry Ward Beecher
'll ie Milanese liavo presented Verdi a
! baton iu tho shape of a sceptre.
Miss Kate Field is doing up “ Republi
i cans in Europe ” iu a literary fricassee.
Karl Marx has ceased to he an Interna
| llonal in order lo devote himself to sol-
It is now slated that Colfax is to be em
ployed by Jay Cook iib an advertizing
A man said to he 107 years old is just
dead in London. His name was William
The Ear! of Dudley has bought the
great diamond known a* "The Star of
South Africa "
flic late General Hartman Uuchc was a
great grandson of Henjamin Franklin, and
not a grandson.
Then' i* to be a monument to Janies
Watt, the inventor of the steam engine, at
Charles Francis Adams pays a tax of
#2,700 ; John ljuincy, #3lO, and Charles
• Francis, jr.. S2GB.
One of the last pieces of Fanny Fern's
| writing closed with " Oh, God, 1 thank
thee that I live "
" Tho Claimant ” nml Marguerite Dix
blanc are being shown around England in
• ttiieeu Victoria has this year received
very many parcels of lamb s wool yarn
from loyal matrons iu Canada.
Henry N. Smith, one of the boldest of
the liroad street operators, inis cleared
#I 500,000 within six months.
The last thing Fanny Fern wrote was a
pin for school children, published in the
New York Ledger of date Oct. 0
The Grand Duke Alexis tells every
American ho meets that lie will he present
at our centennial celebration iu 1876.
J. C. Hays, formerly known as leader
of the "Texas Rangers,” is living on Hie
income of over #200,000 in Alameda,
Oliver Dalrymplc, whose little farm is
near St Haul. Minn., lias harvested 45,000
of wheat, and banked #17,250 for it.
Tho royal family (the president and
Mrs. Grant! tivok a drive out Penasylva
nia avenue In their new carriage the oth
Amadous' letters to the Spaniards, if
published, would "make him the laughing
stock of the nation, " because be cannot
The grave of the late Rev. Dr. Vinton
w ill be made beside Hint of his Father in
law. the lute commodore l’erry, at New
port, R I.
St Yalercs, near Bray, Eng , the seat of
the late Judge Crumpton, has been select
ed ns a suitable residence for ex Emperor
Napoleon and family.
The Soap Dodge
The Hudson (N. Y.) Register says
" Our citizens who attend the various
exhibitions from time to time at the City
Hall, frequently ask themselves bow all
tiic boys get in the shows, and are nt a
loss for an answer. After a careful ob
servation vve have g<ff so far into the ee
Orel a* to be abie to tell how some of them
• The capital needed to .start the bus
incss in the iirst place is ten cents With
this the young sharper purchases half a
bar of soap, puts it in a paper and waits
outside for a rush. With a rush he tinds 1
himself at the door, when the door-tender 1
stops him. and asks for his ticket The
young sbiirgci says T just went out to gel
this soap tor a mail on the stage and he's
in a hurry. - Not suspectiug anything
wrong, ihc door-tender permits him to
pass iu. When inside tho lad takes his
seat an ! pockets the soap lor tho next
show w liich comes along. If the door- i
tender i* changed through 1 tie evening the
soap is dropped out of the window to an
accotnpKce. and sharper No 2 slides iu on
the 'soap dodge. "
Mn.Tifi.vtso Koine— Our local eve
fell upon one of the strangest eggs tire
other day that ever was heard of. ~ It was
a common hen s egg with two yelks In the
first shell and a small egg inside. O u 1
breaking thie little shell it was fouud to
contain Hie vv t ite of nu egg, also a still
smaller shell filled with white. We sup
p m this hen had concluded her offspring
would be entitled to suffrage, and she
would furnish as many votes for Greelov
as possible. —lXiason Journal
A subscriber wrote to the editor of a
Newark paper to ask the meaning of the
phrase < .or, omniiu, e.'mmuni, The edi
tor said it was a French sentence intended !
to explain something about Morse * omni
bus being of service to the community*
Do People Read Advertisements?
There Is now and then a person so stu
pid as to believe that advertisements in
uewspupers arc not generally read, and
that money expended iu advertising is
practically wasted. Even such will con
cede that if a hundred men of polite ad
dress. of lluent speech and ready wit were
to call daily or weekly each upon an hun
dred others and get the eats of caclt long
enough to say J no. Smith, or Jones, or
Thompson at such a place, has such and
such goods at such prices, or would sell a
farm, or house and ldt, or had lost a horse
or pocket book, or would loan money, etc
—vve say such men will concede that the
services of this one hundred men would
be of great value to Smith or Jones, and
in some measure advantageous to the
party to whom this statement was made
This hundred men could not be employ
cd to go Irom door to door and make this
statement to ten thousand people at less
than u cost of several hundred dollars each
trip. All this is done by the newspaper
ut a cost of a few shillings or a few dollars
at most, and the visits arc made week after
week, day after day. The messenger who
travels addresses himself to the ear and
takes the party addressed when he may
have his thoughts absorbed in business or
| other matters ; but the newspapers reach
es the party through the eye, when the
reader has his thoughts solely fixed upou
I the paper before him.
Hut those who affect to believe that j
there is little use in advertising urge as an j
objection that advertisements are not read.
They cati be easily convinced of their er
ror in tiiis respect by making inquity.—
Let them insert an advertisement offering ’
to purchase an article that is tolerable
plenty in the market, and they will be
flooded with offers to sell before the ink of
the advertisement is dry. An enterprising j
weekly that has a circulation of one, two ,
or three thousand copies is in a position to
the villuge merchant great good, and for
which as a rule, the publisher does not get
one-fourth of what lie justly deserves. In i
its sphere the weekly is of quite as much 1
service to the advertiser as is tho daily, and
oftentimes it enjoys the privilege of being
the exclusive family visitor, a privilege the
daily seldom has. — Union nod AiUertbcr,
Hochotcr N. y.
Thk nourishing little town of Thomson,
McDuffie county, is raising funds to pur
chase a fire engine.
M. Lidot, a Frenchman, has invented
a machine for stopping runaway horses
instantly. Electricity at the control of the
driver Is the means employed; the horse
is violently shocked, and so much sur
prised that he instantly comes to a halt.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
MEDICAL COLEOE BUILDING,
Mllbkkuy St., Macon, Ga.,
K’ EEPS constantly on hand, tine assort
ment of CARES, CANDIES, TOTS,
I’ARTICII.AR VST sin son
! given to supplying Weddings, Parties, Pic
Nics, etc., with all necessary CAKES and CON
This department is my speciality, as I bake
| Crackers every other day, thus furnishing my
putrons with nice, fresh and palatable Crackers.
The attention of the ladies is called to this fact.
Oyster Crackers for Restaurants, Butter, So
da, l arina, Sugar and every kind made.
Plenty of ’em.
Lots wf ’em.
Dead Loads of ’em.
Any amount of Vm.
At C. C. BALKCOM A CO.'S
General Grocery Depot, Fourth Street.
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
r fMIE TAX BOOKS for the collection of State
L and County Taxes for is?j, are now open
at the office of Collins A Heath, Real Estate
and Instilance Agents, No. hi)Second street.
F. M. HEATH,
octlo tfcod. Tax Collector Bibb county. !
NKAltl Y OPPOSITE PASSE',(IKK DEPOT,
(Only one minute’s-walk.)
T. H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
(’. .1. Maci.eu.ax,
JaYo- tV. Mi'akv, In the Office.
Paints & Oils
\ TTENTION i< railed to my large stock of
Paint* and Oils and the very tow figures
at which they are sold.
EXTRA NO 1 KEROSENE Oil,.
The Cheapest Cigars in the City.
Pure Holland Gin and
MOIVTAIN BYE WHISKY!
STREET CAR TICKETS.
Have become very popular.
FOUR FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions are Accurately Com
Earlr JENNY WAKEFIELD, LARGE El AT
nVTCr. *nd LA ROE DRUMHEAD l at>-
bgc good just received.
NEW CROP ONION SETTS
ROLAND B. HALL,
ICI-tf Cor. Chenr St. nd Cotton Avenue.
JUBT RECEIVED At No. 3 BROWN HOUSE
A SIW AND Will. SELECTED STOCK OF
Pure Drugs, Medicines,
])HARM \CEUTICAL Preparations, Chem
cals, etc. Also, a full line if all the po|
ular Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, inclu
ding Brushes of all kinds, Combs, Perfumer
Toilet Soaps, Coeuicti'-s, ;e. KeroseneOilb.
the barrel and at retail.
N. B. Particular attention iriven to the Pre
scription Business, snd nonk err pcrf. medi
cines used by competent hund-
AII of the above Stock bought in person f"
'•ash at the lowest market pric sand all will
he sold a* cheap as by any house in the city.
The public are earnestly Invited to ■ ome ut 1
buy. 1)U. P. 11. WRIGHT,
octlC-4t Druggist anil Physician
Siilc of Livery Stable StocL
WILL be sold at public outcry at Holmn
i Clay’s Livery stable, at 10 o’clock a.
m., on the lirst Tuesday in November next, (20)
Twenty liead of Ilorsea, Carriages, Phictor.H,
Buggies, Hacks, Wagons, Harness, Saddles,
Bridles, Iron fciufe, Desk, etc. Sold for division.
For further particulars, imply to
C. aMABTEKBON, Receiver,
octlo-tds At tiic Stables.
'2,) Cases Fresh Peaches.
25 Cases Fresh Lobsters.
50 Cases Fresh Tomatoes.
15 Cases Fresh Salmon.
100 Boxes Cream Cheese.
200 Packages Mackerel.
75 Boxes Layer Raisins.
25 Ivegs Gilt Edge Butter,
New lot of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Come and see ns, or send your or
Seymour, Tinsley & Ci.
COL. BLOUNT S APPOINTMENTS!
C'lOL. BLOUNT, the Democratic nominee of
J the Sixth Congressional District, will
j speak at the following places, to-wit:
Dublin, Laurens county, October 15th.
Irwinton, Wilkinson county, October 10th.
Milledgeville, Baldwin county, October ITth.
Eaton ton, Putnam county, October 18th.
Nlonticello, Jasper county, October 19th.
Monroe, Walton county, October 22d.
Social Circle, Walton county, October 23d.
CoviDgton, Newton county, October 24th.
Conyern, 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. At his other appoint
ment, Hon. James N. Pace, one of the candi
dates on the electoral ticket, w ill be present,
and speak likewise. octl2-ti!l2*
NEW CURRANT J.
At .S. S'. SURITEIJ) A t O‘ ,
No. 4 Brown House Block.
A. It. LUCE, Proprietor.
BOARD PER DAY $3.00.
T. SI. ( 01,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kiilklou llnll SlulUliii".
CHERRY STREET, MACON, GGORGIA.
M. H. 4WKKSCI.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CORNER OK MULBERRY AND SECOND
Streets, iu Court House, Macon, Ga.
Akmanu L. Butts. Edgar A. Ross.
COAL AND WOOD.
VA7E are ready to fill orders at reduced rates
It for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKF. and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK ar.d HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left nt the office of A. G. Butts, at
store of Win-hip A Callaway, or at yard M. &
W. R. R., w ill receive prompt attention.
114-189 BUTTS & ROSS.
-QQ (HUNDRED) BEDSTEADS.
too (Hundred) Mattresses.
290 (Choirs,) Dry Goods and notions.
Hardware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
also a large lot of Secondhand furniture, Car
pets, etc., by O. E. BESORK,
THE I'KIMUM WEEKLY.
IT is universally conceded that advertising- is
a necessity to success in business; it is also
conceded, b> the shrewdest business men, that
newspapers are the tiest medium tor reaching
all parties whose trade is desired.
THE MONROE ADVERTISER
reaches more of the people trading with Ma
con than any other journal published in the
country; it is, therefore, the hot medium of
communication with the plauting intere-ts.
We will be happy at any lime to furnish rcter
ences to leading merchants here and elsewhere,
who will testify to the fact that they have re
ceived orders for goods from parties’who r, ad
their cards in The .tdierfwcr Iu fact, many
who have availed themselves of its columns,
candidly say that its value exceeds that of ali
other journals in which they are represented
The Adiertieer has the freshness of vouth a id
the ripen.-ss of age, and is therefore deserve Iv
CHARACTER OF ADVERTISEMENTS.
No adiertisements are ad. ,itted which ..re
not believed to be above question and of real
value, and from parties so unquestionably re
liable that the readers of The Advertiser will be
safe in ordering them from any distance. To
our readers, toe fact of its appearance here has
all the weight of endorsement and authority
Address, JAS. F. HARRISON. '
N'OTAP.Y PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
TICE OF TriE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the dav at my
odice adjoining the law office of A. Prouddt,
over the store of Jaqnes A Johnson, Third St,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
w* A. HVtt'B
Com, L icon aid Flour ipim
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CLLEBRATF.P BRAND OF FLOUR.
“THE PRIDE OF DIXIE,”
The Best'in the World. Always on Hand.
j ' .
1 claim superior facilities ia 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.
¥. A, HUFF.
11l DOUGLASS k CO.,
No. 42 Third Street, Macon, Georgia*
AOEVTS FOR THK
Great Benefactor, Stewart. Cotton Plant*
AND rariona other patterns of Cooking Stoves ; also a large assortment of Ueatiag Stoves,
Large stock of Grates—the finest in tke market. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers
.j ?, n ?P- P ro !, s . cd J iu Ware. A full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Padlocks, Steelvards,
Hollow VN are, \\ ood aud \\ illow Ware, Brooms, Crockery, Glassware, etc., embracing a com
plete line of House Furnishing Goods. Also, dealers in Steam and Gas Pipe, Steam sad Oaa
t ittings, all of whioh we sail at low figure*. Prompt attention given to order*
137-188e<xi OLIVER, POUGLASB A CO,
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of \ irginia, fdi that you need to secure the benefits desired for yourself
and your dependents, therefore,
Insure For?- Life in the
Piettoiii & Arliigtra Life Insurance Company of fa..
Branch office 92 Mulberry Street, Macon Ga.
T. STANLEY BECKWITH & SON, General Agents.
ocieod3m JOS. A. ROGERS. Local A*ent.