MACON DAILY ENTERPRISE
MLACO*, Hi., OUT. m. UTi.
All tetter* relating toSub*rlptlon*houldbe ad
tit (Hied to I A tu*, IVifttf <t* Smith , Maron, (la.
Communication* for the paper the old In ad
tinned to the ielitor. IV' cannot undertake to
return rejected communication*. I Yell authenti
cated etem* item*, from oil parte of the State, to-
n . WATKIV 1111 KM, Editor.
THE i'UUHI TO AKhA^NiM
Our colored population will not relish
without fears, the prospect of paradisaical
repose in the beautiful country of Arkan
sas. It seems that the elements of discord
sre there also, and that the blocks arc led
hy Fitzpatrick (not the private Irish gen
tleman) uud other desperate diameters
against their white fellow-citizens.
From recent accounts It seems that tho
object of these leaders is lo make the
country a black man's country, exclusive
ly, as to rights and immunities.
If this is the purpose of immigration,
the sooner it is known the better, for then,
measures could he taken to ship the ad
venturers off to Liberia ot once, where
they could exert their woDdrous energies
on the ravages of their own blood and
But to go to Arkauflas to revenge their
feelings upon Innocent, industrious white
citizens and settlers, is qulto another mat
ter, and calls for a little attention.
Mr. Jeff Long, desires hit fellow citizens
•f color—to go to Arkansas, on the ground
that there they have tlicir rights. But we
see that those conceded and established
rights lead them to perpetrato diabolical
wrongs upon their neighbors, and have
brought on the bloody eontlict of races
Arkansas is the dark field of the blood of
The leaders of the African freedmuu
and citizens are making it so.
The result will be no more doubtful
there than In Georgia, and must call forth
tho deepest regret from all lovers of law
Weopiue that the colored people of
Georgia will not go to Arkansas, under
any circumstances. Why should they? They
do not desire to form a dynasty ol color,
to please a few fanatical leaders ! They
are not disposed to turbulence and riot!
They are peaceable enough except
when excited and led astray by t'.ie In
cendiary and the incorrupt. To go to Ar
kansas Is to go to war and to death, for
that is tho purpose in the miuds of lead
ers To slay In Georgia is to Imre panes
nt home, prosperity in the field, protection
of all rights, and the blessings of educa
tion and good Government!
A difference! t'ertniuly. Ami wliul
does it cost ? Let colored men consider.
It cuts co-opcralion with white citizens ;
it cuts the exhibition of a disposition to do
right am', maintain order, law and peace.
That is all.
Georgia will become ns bloody as Ark
ansas when tho colored people break from
these good principles, when they allow
themselves to be led astray bv evil and
msw i:iim to uokki:ki*o>-
1. J\ I’,—"Science Gossip” is a very
lively, reliable monthly budget of items,
published by Hubert Hardwick, Picca
dilly, Loudou. Any bookseller can pro
euro a copy, or you cun see one at this
June Elites u plain hand, with a
jloi'iic tw lit Stic seems capable of asking
many direct anil pur/ling questions.as Well
as vety affecting ones. Here is one, for
instance, or, we should ssv two Ist-
Who is "Mr. Hart is," of the News'- 2d.
Is ho w poet, and rintilt
Answer He is "Mr. Harris, of the
News." lie is plural in many respects,
hut hla finnl affections have not been finally
U’Slowcd. He is a |>oet, and a believer in
the Darwinian method of development—
and therefore, lives in hope. Ills latest
jioenis have been in tlio form of hcnlhon
•Cokat, and coutined mostly, to the moral
habits of fish In summer retreats, and the
carnlveroua Insects in upper Georgia We
understand that he has been offered a large
sum for the advanced sheets of his next
poem on the religious instinct of the in
sect world. This offer, it is believed, is
made by ouc oftho editors of the Telegraph
and Messenger, who agrees to sit for one
of the Illustrations
Mote*. —Vei Tlie tiucat akeeplivail In
the world sre taken in the St. John's river,
Florida But for man with sheep's limits,
wool and all, we think certain pints of
Georgia w ill take the palm
J. M i* informed that we ate deeply
moved by his kind expectations of regard
and confidence. We hope to deserve
We are pleased to inform him that the
I.NTKWHiss will soon tw issued as a morn
Kamhter desires to know who is pastor
elect of the l’rrabyteriau Church, in Ma
Answer The Slav C. K Vaugu, who
so ably and acceptably aerved for months —
as a stated supply. It it believed that he
will accept the call All good people hope
so. lie is a very precise and satisfactory
preacher, we bclicTc
Our editor is still among his orange and
lemon groves in Florida. Wo saw a lot
of lemons this morning grown on his plan
tation that are perfectly beautiful. We
hope the Ur. will not forget tlist wr like
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AITKMI'TCD Sm ID*.— Ja J. SIUIOUt- ID
i Otupaity with a bailif went Into Messrs. Hunt,
ltaukin and Lamar's drug store this afternoon,
nud pun hast-d a quantity of laudanum at he
said for the earache. After getting it, he
drank hall lha couleett before the clerk could
terk it array from him. It will be resnerober and
that Simons is the nun who cut Mr Besot*
the other night.
Jacksonville, Fla, Oct. 17, 1372.
My dear (smith :— A r,upper nt Jessup
may not be eerved as elegantly as at Del
monico’s, but It will servo the same pur
pose and accommodate itself to year Ivan
Moonlight on the lake is, If we may be
lieve the poets, alwnya inspiring, but moon
light on the Atlantic uud Gulf Railroad is
a different affair.
In this particular instance the cars were
crowded, and two things besides, rendered
it more then ordinarily disagreeable,
namely whisky and feet.
Understand me, Ifyou please,whisky and
tact spoiled the moonlight ride, from Jes
sup to Jacksonville, for this poor acribe!
1 do not know the nationality of the feet.
This Is a branch of science which I litvc
sadly neglected as a study. I leave it lo
our Datnlus, Tindalls, Spencers, and the
sagaciouss philosopher of the Savannah
News—this question of the relative merit
of feet in a crowded car.
There may be larger feet thau those
which turned themselves übout on that
eventful night, but itronger cannot be
found, I am willing to make affidavit.
DeoJorlzers were freely used by a num
ber of dalicate looking ladies—in the shape
of German cologne, salts, oppoponax, etc.,
etc., but bless your defections, my dear
sir, tbe feet went through them all like an
And we Jogged along.
There wore three wise men on tho truin.
They sat near me, and I was permitted to
hear part of their conversation.
They were discussing the Stale of Geor
gia from a local standing point.
l’urty of the first part, was portly, pleas
ant, and pompous. Party of the second
pnrt was tall, talented, and testy. Party
ot the third pnrt, was a shabby genteel,
Miss Nancy sort of genius.
lie knew all the great men of the past
forty years, and spoke of them with
unctuous familiarity. He called Calhoun,
“Old Calvcina Jack,” and Webster—
•• Ban,” and Henry Clay—" There liarry,”
while Itohert V. Hnyne. came in tor nu
extra share of petting, and was frequently
honored with this great man, mentioned
under the tender toubrequet of “Bear Old
Bob," by which I inferred that the Shabby
Genteel gent, wsb a South Carolinian and
Georgia, In this retuarkablo person, had
never had any statesmen, aud never will
have any. "Bob ” Toombs was an "edu
cated fool!” "Aleck ” Stephens was a
“ninny," while "Ben” Hill, was a "snap
pish cur—a snappish cur, sir, hy .” I
ventured a mild remark to the effect that
1 ttieught him capable also, of biting,
which tho Shabby Genteel gentleman,
from South Carolina, did not deign to no
tice. lie discerned probably that I was
a Georgia cracker, nnd was disposed to
defend my native bcath—but no matter, —
lie did not recognize me any more than he
respected Georgia statesmen.
1 became all the more determined to
force the battle, for my dear Bmitb, we
| have the spirit of a true Georgian in
I this particular—namely liavo your say If
you die for it.
I succeeded.admirably, and in the man-
I uer following
"Your memory, my dear Sir" (address
-1 ing shabby genteel gent "must be a great
comfort to you."
"Did you make n remark 1" was bis
quick retort ?
"Only a tentative observation," was
my reply. "In reference to the wealth of
"All that's left me egad—siuce the waw,
Sir,—all that's left me!'' was the impas
sioned and unfamiliar utterance of Mr.
| Shabby Genteel!
"May I ask why you have formed so
unfavorable opinions of our (Georgia) po
litical leaders and statesmen v
"Georgia has no statesmen—never bad ;
for the matter of that"—said the great
man "Your Ben Hill's, Hob Toombs, and
Aleck Stephenses, are only political mon
key-jacks, performing on the points of
public opinion for tlio pleasure of w hoev
er will throw a penny in the hat, that
never fails to go. round."
•• 1 thiuk your observation does a great
injustice to these gentlemen," 1 responded
" 11a, hs. ha 1 You are a young man, sir.
and rather vorduut, I must say. 1 say
those men arcmerc monkey-Jacks.and are
set on wires. Your State never had auy
genuine minds ; you always looked to
Carolina—egad— to Carolina, sir. There
was Jack Calhoun and Bob Bayne—they
carried Georgia iu their vest pockets, and
when they took snuff jour people took to
•• May I ask you, wliat shall become ot i
us iu the future, siueo South Carolina
seems to have sold out to negro statesman
ship ? The spirit of the late great states
men of j’our State seems not to have fallen
on any of their sons ?"
“There, you are mistaken," said Shabby
Genteel. " Smith Carolina, sir, is the soil
of statesmen, she produces them spouts
neously, and the spirit of old Jack still :
lives from 'the mountains to the seaboard,'
and will assert itself when the time
Having set the gentlemeu to talking,
there was no end to his jargon.
His abuse ot Georgia was wholesome,
while his familiarity with all the great
men of the past, commended him to my !
distinguished consideration. I felt so much
interest in him that 1 resolved to ascertain
his distinguished name, aid present occu
This I did. in a way not to he comnien- j
ted upon—it was a way that was dark 1
found that he was a I'. S Revenue offl
cer, whose name is not the symonyw of
honor, truth, and patriotism.
Having sold his country, he sold liiia
self, charged more than was thought to be I
equivalent, and was caught taking the
When vre separated, I cooly inquired,
when he should return to !
Mr. Shabby Genteel, eyed me for a mo
ment and doubtless tuking me for a detec
tive i fflcer.flew my presence and I saw him
no more. W. W. H.
Tits following arc the appointments of
W C Smith, colored Democrat :
Bartlesville. Tuesday night. Oct 22.
Griffin, Wednesday night. Oct. 23.
Americus. Friday night, Oct 25.
Dawson, Saturday night, Oct. 20.
Cuthbert, Monday night, Out. 28.
Fort Gaines, Tuesday night, Oct. 29.
Georgetown, Wednesday night. Oct. 30.
Columbus, Thursday night, Nov. 1.
LsGraagc, Saturday night, Nov. 2.
Macon, Monday night, Nov. 4.
The Death-Bed of Mrs. Parton.
From the New York Bun.]
Mrs Parton has been afflicted for many
years with inflammatory rheumatism. She
has been able to ride about, however, and
walk in her garden—she was an ardent
admirer of flowers—until this fall. She
passed last summer at her villa in New
port. Iler right arm was so affected as to
he powerless, and she Ims not left her room
since her return to the city. She was
forced to sit in an easy chair, her arm be
ing supported hy a frumo. To lie down
caused intensed pain and u difficulty in
breathing, in this chair, where she hag
sal for two months.she dicd.surrounded by
loving friends, and her eyes resting on the
beautiful flowers which were her comfort
She was perfectly conscious to tho
last moment, and sent messages of her love
to distance friends. A short time ago she
told her husband that she was shocked
when she saw stranger* viewing the re
mains of the late Alice Carey in Dr.
Decni's church, and one of her last requests
wns, "Let no stranger look upon my face,”
whispered as the breath of lifa was pass
ing from her. Slio hud always entertained
u strong aversion to ostentatious funerals,
and her wishes in this respect will be ful
filled to the letter by her friends.
Karly on Thursday she knew her end
was approaching. At 3 o'clock in the af
ternoon she called her family around the
arm chair in which she expired—for her
sufferings prevented her from resting on a
bed. Badly did every member respond to
Hie summons. In the little circle were
Dr. Parton. Miss Kldridge, tho dying lady's
daughter, her two sisters. Mis* Julia Willis
and Mrs Humstead, and a little grandchild.
Dr Sturges, her physician, came in at that
moment and joined tho group, The
authoress, whoso life was rapidly ebbing,
culled each to her side and said a few
words of admonition till she had reached
the last. When her little grandchild came
to her she directed Dr. Parton to send lier
cnrly to bed and if her death occurred that
uiglil, not to tell tbe child till to morrow.
Boon after this sad scene. Dr. Sturges
stepped forward and fait her pulse. The
authoress fixed her gaze upon him and ask
“ Doctor, am I dying ?”
The Doctor answered " Yes."
Iter pulse had almost gone, and she pre
sented uunil dnknblu truces of her appi cach
ing demise ; but the announcement of the
physician made no impression upon her.
At half past (i o'clock those around her no
ticed that she was unusually still. They
felt her pulse , it had stopped. She had
just closed her eyes as if to sleep, A mir
ror was placed to her lips, but its contin
ued brightness revealed the fact that she
had breathed her lust.
■ -a -
Advertisements Extraordinary. —
One entire page ot the last issue of the
Edgefield 8 C. Advertiser is occupied hy
an advertisement of the mammoth dry
goods establishment of Messrs. James A
Gray & Cos., of this city. Such liberal
patronage of printers' ink will go very
far in enabling Ibis enterprising firm to re
alize their ambition in extending their
sales to $1,000,000 per annum. Their
pride is fully aroused in this object, nnd.
if the most complete facilities and fair deal
ing can win, their success is assured.—
Augusta Chron. it Sen!.
A Mcscci.au Christian. —As Rev.
W. T. Eustis, Jr., pastor ot the Memorial
Church, Springfield, was returning in the
New listen train Thursday evening from
the meeting of the American Hoard, a
pickpocket attempted to rob him. Mr.
Eustis was too quick for him, however,
and turning suddenly dealt him a blow,
the effects of w hich be will carry for some
days, if not weeks. It was oho of the
healthiest possible exemplifications of
"muscular Christianity,” and will no doubt,
bo of more benefit to the pickpocket than
several hours of preaching.
latte yesterday afternoon. Capt. John
Low was out collecting his rents, and call
ed to see Miss Jeunie Williams when a
dispute of soiuo character arose, aud a
tight ensued, in which the Captain was
terribly used up, the young lady in
question put in a huge number of licks,
<i f,< Jim Mace, and soon put her antago
nist kora <lu combat. The rout is settled.—
The ill-fated Empress Carlotta will leave
a fortune of live million dollars, which
will be inherited by her brothers, the King
of Belgium and the Count of Klauders
She had vainly tried to tuke her w hole
capital with her to Mexico. Her brother,
the King refused to let her have it, and
paid her only the interest. Her father,
King Leopold 1 . left his three children a
fontuuc of fifteen million dollars in cash.
candid vTr.s vor united states senator.
—They are springing up thick as hops ;
at least a large number of gentlemen have
the credit of looking with anxious eye on j
that high office Gen. Gordon, Gen Col- ■
quitt, H II Hill, Gen Gartrell, Dr. Miller,
Judge I'uderwood and Gov. Smith, area
few whose names are mentioned iu thiscon-.!
nection —Atlanta Sun.
jtogk dopguertt heap.
A private dispatch received in this city
announces the death in New York of Mr.
Win Dougherty, of the most distinguish
ed lawyers iu Georgia. He had long been
sinking, and liis death created little sur
prise. though universal regret. —Atlanta
MfsicAi Prodigy —We saw a little
girl at the Fair Grounds yesterday, only
tw o and a half years old, who was attract
ing much attention by her singing. She
can siug by note thirty-two songs. We
did not hear her name. —Eufuutt Timet
Thkahkzr’s Urrtc*. i
Savansui, Gmrns A North Ala R. R. -
Macon, Ga.. Oct. 4, 1872. J
r FMIE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
JL this Company, for the election of I‘rvsi
dent and Directors to serve for the ensuing
year, w ill be held at the Court-house in New
nan, Coweta cumin, on Thnrsdsv, the Ttb day j
of November next MILOS I’KEKMA.N.
ocU-lm Sec'y and Troaa’r, ■
HAVE entirely renovated snd enlarged their itora, to make room for a beautlfal atock of
Goods for the
FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
Among aur specialities are a splendid Selection of
Ladies’ and Gents’ Scarfs and Ties.
LADIES’ AND GENTS’, BOYS AND CHILDREN’S MERINO UNDERWEAR.
Knit Woolen Goods of all Descriptions.
AN EXCELLENT CHOICE OP BRACELETS'AND SHELL JEWELRY'.
We also offer a complete line, of Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Lace Goods, Velvet and Silk
Ribbons, Furnishing Goods, Dressmakers Trimmings, Fancy Goods, etc., at very low prices.
We shall he pleased to sec our old friends and as many new ones at oar store on Second
ntreet, Damour’s Block. HACK liKO’fHlißN,
WINSHIP <fc CALLAWAY,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST
in THE STATE,
50 Koooihl Sti’CM't, Mfu*on, Georgia.
L. LOWENTHAL, Merchant Tailor.
Cotton- Avenue, opposite City Hall,
HAB on hand a beautiful stock of Cloths,
Cassimercs, Doe Skin, Vest Patterns, etc.,
which he will cut and make up for hit patrons
and the public in general, in the very latest
styles and finish. Give him a call if you would
have cheap clothes—cheaper than anywhere in
tho city. oct2t-lm
STOLEN from my stables lost night, in Mon
roe county, near Colaparchee, a medium
sliced bay horse, seven years old, long mane and
tail, with a small white spot upon the nose; he
is a natural pacer. lie had on old shoes, all
around. The above reward will be paid for the
recovery of the horse and the apprehension of
the thief, or one-half for either.
T. W. HARROW,
Telegraph copy. oct2l It
Macon Fire Department.
Semi-Annual Parade and Inspection of
JL the Macon Fire Department will take place
on Thursday, Oct. 24th.
The different companies of the Department
will assemble on Mulberr> Street, opposite the
Lanier House Tbe lines will be formed prompt
ly at 4 o'clock p. u In the following order:
Hook and Ladder on the right, resting on Sec
oud Street, Protection Fire Cos , Young Amer
ica, Oeraulgee, Mechanics, Defiance.
Bv order of
Chief Engineer M. F. D.
B. \V. Smith
Secretary M. F. D.
Telegraph copy. , oct2l 3t
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
r FMIE TAX BOOKS for the collection of State
JL and County Taxes for 1872, are now open
at the office of Collins it Heath, Real Estate
and Insuiance Agents, No. 09 Second street.
F. M HEATH,
oetls tfeod. Tax Collector Bibb county.
COAL, OR WOOD.
Grates, - Grates,
TRUMAN & GREEN’S,
TRUYUI I.AR Ill.OCk.
Sign of the Golden “Charter Oak."
SO BEST WAGGE N STEIN,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
MEDICAL COLEGE BUILDING,
Milbehhy St , Macon, Ga.,
KEEPS constantly on hand, a fine assort
ment of CAIvES, CANDIES, TOYS,
I’AKTM't I. tK ATTFAIOT
given to supplying Weddings, Purtics, Pie j
Nios, etc., with ail uecessarv CAKES and CON
This department is my speciality, as I bake
Crackers every other day, thus furnishing my
patrons with nice, fresh and palatable Crackers'.
The attention of the ladies is called hi this fact.
Ovster Crackers for Restaurants, Butter, So
da. Farina, Sugar and every kind made.
Plenty of ’em.
Lots of ’em.
I fit-ilk Potatos,
Dead Loads of ’em.
Any amount of m.
At C. C. BAI.KCOM A CO.'S
General Groom' Depot, Fourth Street.
Press for Sale!
YITE have for sales large sire GORDON
v> PRESS (Aligntor) and a RVGGI.ES’
PAPER CUTTER in good condition. To be
had at a bargain, Sold to make room for lar
ger and faster machines.
LINES, WING A SMITH,
1-tf Macon, (is,
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 Kegs Gilt Edge Butter.
New lot of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Come and see us, or send your or
Seymour, Tinsley & Cos,
Paints & Oils
A TTENTION is called to my large stock of
xjl Paints and Oils and the very low figures
at which they are sold.
EXTRA NO. 1 KEROSENE OIL.
The Cheapest Cigars in the City.
Pure Holland Gin and
MOUNTAIN RYE WHISKY!
STREET CAR TICKETS.
Have become very popular.
FOUR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions are Accurately Com
Early JENNY WAKEFIELD, LARGE FLAT
DUTCH, ami LARGE DRUMHEAD Cab
bage Seed just received.
NEW CROP ONION SETTS.
ROLAND B. HALL,
101-tf Cor. Cherry St, and Cotton Avenue
Armand L. Bitts. Edgar A. Robs.
COAL AND WOOD.
W F art ready to fill orders at reduced rates
v v for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK and 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 A ROSS.
~QQ (HUNDRED) BEDSTEADS.
100 (Hundred) Mattresses.
'2OO (Chairs,) Dry Goods and notions.
Hardware, Pocket mid T. ble Cutlery, and
also a large lot of Second hand furniture. Car
pets, etc, by O. E. BESORE,
sep!9 lm Anetioneer.
A. It. LI CE. Proprietor.
BOARD PER DA Y 83.00.
COL. BLOUNTS APPOINTMENTS.
COL. BLOI NT, the Democratic nominee of
the Bixth Congressional District, will
sjwak at the following places, to-wit:
Dnblin. Laurens county, October 15th.
Irwinton, Wilkinson edantv, October 16th.
Milledgeville. Baldwin couritv, ctober 17tb.
Eatonton, Putnam couutv, Octota-r 18th.
Monti cello, Jasper county, October 19th,
Monroe, Walton county.'October *22d.
Social Circle, Walton c'ountv, October 23d.
Covington, Newton county,' October '24th.
Conyers, Rockdale countv", October 25th.
Jeffersonville, Twiggs county, October2Bth,
and will speak in Macon, Friday evening, No
Col. Hardeman will join Col. Blonnt and ad
dress the people also, at Monroe, Social Circle,
Covington and Convcrs. At his other appoint
ment, Hon. James N. Pace, one of the candi
dates on the electoral ticket, will be present,
and speak likewise, octl3-till3s
w a, mttrs
Con, Bacon aid Fin Eiprii
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Com, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging-, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“TIE PRIDE OF DIXIE,’’
The the World, Always on Hand.
1 claim superior facilities in the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
And I will make it to the interest of Merchants and Plauters to call on me with their MONEY
or GOOD TAPER. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
W. A. HUFF.
OLIVER, DOUGLASS & CO.,
No. 42 Third Street, Macon, Georgia,
AGENTS FOB THE
Great Benefactor, Stewart, Cotton Plant,
AND various other patterns of Cooking Stoves ; also a large assortment of Healing Stovos
Large stock of Grates—the finest iu the market. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers
in plain and pressed Tin Ware. A full line of Pocket snd Table Cutlery, Padlocks, Steelyards,
Hollow Ware, Wood and Willow Ware, Brooms, Crockery, Glassware, etc,, embracing i com
plete line of House Furnishing Goods. Also, dealers in Steam and Gas Pipe, Steam aad Gss
r ittings, all of whish we sell at low figures. Prompt attention given to orders.
137-18Seod OLIVER, DOUGLASS A CO.
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Insure Your Life in a Company that selects its risks carefully, and
seeks no increase of business without that regard to safety.
Insure lour Life, in a Companv whose mortality and expenses arc
Insure Your Life in a Company whose extent of operations covers a
surface that secures the advantages of average mortality.
Insure Your Life in a Company that makes no distinction between
risks taken either North or South.
Insure Your Life in a Company whose operations are regularly sub
ject to the strict investigation of State Departments, North, South and
Insure Your Life in a Southern Company, that can give vou everv
advantage offered by either Northern or Western Companies, with this
addition, that it is truly a Home Company, and makes its investments
in the State from which it derives its revenues.
Insuie 1 our Life in a Southern Company, whose terms areas mode
tate as any good Company, whose management is economical, invest
ments safe, reserve ample, surplus abundant, and who always pay their
losses promptly. Seek such a Companv, and vou will find in the
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of Virginia, all that you need to secure the benefits desired for vourselt
and your dependents, therefore,
Insure Your Life in the
Piedmont & Arlington* Life Insurance Company of Va.,
Branch office 92 Mulberry Street, Macon G.
T. STANLEY BECKWITH & SON, General Agents.
007 eo,,s " J OS, A, ROGERS, Local A*ent.