MACON DAILY ENTERPRISE
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LINES. WING & SMITH.
No. 10 llklHiu -•' uHi 1> : 11
Ml IrUtrt relut.wj to Subscription thtmhibt ad
dirited to Jo lift' Winq it Smith, Macon, (in.
Communication! fur the pair thmild W ad
,l,fined t„ Iht Editor. -annot undtrtakc to
return rejerlnt commanleatkme. HWJ authenti
cated ini itemt, from a'l parti of the Mate, to
lletted. _______ -———==r========r
H. WATKIN HICKS, Editor,
ill Al l. IMEAIHD
Now that a number of our cilizcm have
been nr rested, and are bold for trial, for
the alleged violation of the Enforcement
Act, wc sincerely hope Hint a thorough in
vestigation will be bud.
Wc know nothing personally of the mut
ter. Wc uuderstaud that the persons ar
rested deny the charge, and arc anxious
to moot their accusers. They will, we
doubt not, be fully able to prove their in
nocence, and defeat the malice of those
win* would implicate them. We hope so.
ltut somebody is guilty! There must
be a way to find the guilty parties
Our coleniporary bus frequently charged
that the negroes were the inatigutors of the
riot, and that negroes began the firing on
Now, here is a starling point. Here is
a responsible and honorable witness,
w hose declaration will not bo questioned,
since ho would not mako such avowals
without substantiating evidence.
Wc demand that the negroes be arrest
ed We demand it of the proper authority
in this case. If those negroes who incited
the riot be not arrested, then the Commis
sioner and tire Markhul are not the honest
men they claim to be.
Gentlemen, wo address you thus pub
licly, arrest those men against whom it is
charged Hint they fired first, and inaugur
ated the disturbance.
Ji' you ask for complaint, we answer
you liuve it iu a respectable, responsible
dally journal whose editor* are well-known
anil accessible. If you liersist iu prosccu
ting men who declare tliclr Innocence,
and refuse to arrest thorn: who aro kuowu
lo lie guilty, you ilcscrvo to be branded as
contemptible partisans of corruption anil
fraud—and ao we brand you? Do you
understand ' Aie you listening? Mr.
Commissioner, tiro Telegraph and Messen
ger is informed that you have nrrested in
nocent men, and Hint the real rioters wore
negroes. Will you arrest them t Will
von Dare you! Von say you have no
disposition to persecute. We have hith
erto given you credit for honesty. Now
prove your unpartisan spirit. Show the
community that yon will administer jus
lice. Let the guilty sutTcr. If a white
man is proved guilty, let the law bo on
forced ! Hut let the negroes, ugalust whom
complaint is made, be also arrested, tried,
and if found guilty, punished.
As wc have already said, wo know
unlhing against either parly, but our
-neighbor does, and wo stand by his word
and challenge you to uel upon it, and wo
hereby denounce you if you do not!
The report of city affairs, printed in tho
Kntsiu’Uisk on Saturday last, lius caused
quite a (latter Iu several circles.
Wif hope all citizens will study the
Mayor's document, especially the figures
They speak w ith emphatic exactness, and
do untold a lale well calculated to temper
the ruffled real of the stalwart opponents
nl the present City Government We
withhold extended comment until our
citizens have lmd ample time, to rend,
mark, leurn, and inwardly digest the
Wr are pleased to notice that the di
vine, George William, is drawing it milder
since our gentle admonition. George,
then 1 is hope for you .vet Let Nust do
all the nasty work, you have been hitter
rained to our personal knowledge
We withdraw our objection to tho hair
partiug business, as an evidence of our
pleasure at manifest improvement In oilier
A. II 8 want* to know why the Gree
ley ticket is kept up in Georgia * Wc sug
gest that lie propound his Inquiry to the
00.000 democratic-liberal majority recent
ly giveu. Otherwise we rcspecltully re
quest him to wait until after the Mh
November for tin ansewer lo hi* childish
Edward Kggleeton has retired front the
editotial management of the Hearth and
Home, iu the interest of Story writing
He means to produce something worthy
of hi* genius and of all mankind s appro-’
elation. In our opinion Kdwnrd should
-tick to tlie Sunday School cause.
To-SI OB now is election day. Our can
didate tor Congreaa is Mr. E. W. Beck, of
Grlfliu. He ia every way worthy of tiro
support of all clUaens. Let every one go
to the polls and cast his rote. If wa lose
the- election, ourselves alone will be to
The Atlanta Constitution aud Herald
;iie debating tho question Which has tiic
more enterprise —cither or t’other. We
do not think cither of them in immediate
danger from the disease
According to tho Atlanta Suu, Uie sub
ject of llr. Harrisons morning discourse
yesterday, was “The Religion of the Tou
We rise lo ask—whose tougue ?
It it feared that Mrs Greeley cannot
recover She has been in delicate health
for many years, and her life has been one
of seclusion The sympathies of ai! good
jieople will extend to the fiimii v.
Tue Northern papers are ventilating
johe recent doel. so-called, between certain
A UIT or A Nil IN Os
James A. Fronde is now engaged upon
a series of lectures on the relations of En
gland and Ireland,
In a recent lecture, he said some very
wild, queer things alioul the green Me
and her brothy boys.
His protesfant real canted him oil his
legs—so to speak—and must lie held rc
sponiblc for his curious twii tiflealions of
well known historical events, characters,
Father Tom Burke, Is after the English
man in fine style. Here is a taste of it,
and—well done Father Tom sny wc.
iuki.and'h might to FMEEDOM.
Our dear old mother, Ireland, she too
was and is a nation—a nation out of whose
mind two ideas have never perished und
never will, namely, that she has a right to
her freedom as a nation. End that she will
be, until the day of Judgment, a Catholic
nation. [Cheers ] Her history proves
that never did Ireland in her darkest hour
pull down the green flag and give up, and
say -lam no longer a nation [Cheers.]
Her history proves that not all ttic pow
ers of earth aided by all the dcvli.s of hell
[cheers and laughter] could tour Irish cath
olicity front the hearts of Irishmen.
Irishmen, hear one who need not tell
you that he loves you. The master pas
sion of my heart, after the love that I huve
for God and my religion, is love for Ire
land [Cheers.] There is no brother's
love to divide it, or to interfere with it.
There is no woman's love to come in to
share it—no, my native land, ns she was,
in all the vicissitudes of her history, as she
is to-day In all her misery, and as she will
be on the day when the world w ill receive
her among the nations [ here the audience
burst into cheering which lusted several
minutes] —that is the subject ol my love,
and therefore 1 speukus a friend, a lover,
and an Irishman to my fellow-men. No
doubt the English gentleman who over
hero has come to preach this gospel
Irishmen have been badly treated, and they
got what they deserved ; they did not
knowhow to govern themselves, and it
a mercy of God that somebody took them
iu hand.” | Eauglilcr ]
I tell you that no matter wlml argu
ments this man may bring forth the
strongest nrgument he ran bring forth to
day, on the question of the hour, while ho
is drawing the eyes and attention of ull
America to us Irishmen—the strongest and
the bitterest nrguiuenthu can bring against
us would he to point to the drunkards and
say, "There they are, the men that are
always prating about their grievances—
look at them! It is Into we handled them
without gloves, but look at them, dirty,
impoverished, debauched, filthy drunkards
—were they ever worthy of anything bet
If I were in Mr. l'roude's place I tell
you what I would do. Kvery evening I
came lo lecture, I would try to get an
irishman blind drank and get him on the
stage, and then instead of tiring myself
liy talking and telling God knows how
ninny lies about Ireland u hundred years
ago, 1 would give tho drunken fellow a
twist and say, ‘'Hook at him.” | Applause |
Whenever 1 see a drunken Irishman reel
ing about in tho street, as a priest I regret
ami weep for Ins sin ; hut 1 declare ns an
Irishman I would almost take him and
strangle him. fCheers ]
At the close of the lecture a series of
resolutions was presented by .tames W.
O'Brien, thanking Father Burke for his
defense of Hie national history of Ireland,
mid requesting him to give a regular series
of Irish historical lectures iu reply to
those of Mr. Froudo. Tito resolutions
wore adopted amid loud applause.
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The Now Orleans Picayune lias the fol
lowing advice to offer
Protection for Orange Treks. —
Those who have not too many orange trees
to give each a little special attention with
lye or soap suds, then wash witli water,
and wrap the tree from the ground to tho
lower limbs with moss, or matting, or
grass hags, and let this protection remain
uiilii March, or until ail danger of a heavy
freeze has passed Freezes usually do little
or no damage to the tops of the trees, nor
docs the freeze itself injure materially the
bodies. Tim sudden Unliving causes Him
hark oil tlic south and east sides to crack,
and sometimes this kills tho tree to the
ground. Protecting the bodies of the trees
in tho manner proposed above lias been
found effectual In carrying trees safely
through the hardest winters.
Tho licet protection is to allow natural
forest to grow about tlio orange grove—as
in parts of Florida. Wc know of a grove
that a considerable Host cannot hurt, be
cause it is surrounded by huge live oak
ami magnolia trees.
If It Si TO < OltltliMl’OA.
Jautee —Yes. You can make a good
living in Florida by industry Laud can
lie bought on tlie St. John's River, adja
cent to Jacksonville, at reasonable rates
Tlic citizens are wide awake, progressive,
fraternal, and welcome strangers with a
right royal cordiality A man is esteemed
for what he proves himself to be, rather
than what liis great-grand father was Go
to Florida, James, go nt once.
.Viirjz —Yes You can learn to make
wax flowers in a few hours Rut to make
them well requires a practiced hand and
a uatural genius. Wc advise you to learn
tho accomplishment will not come amiss
when you have a home to adorn, or when
you will desire to make Charles a present
The X. \\ Sun says
The taking of the oath of allegiance by
the subjects of King Oscar, of Sweden has
brought attention to the fact that there
are over one hundred thousand Scandina
vians in New York aud Brooklyn, with
one daily, one semi weekly, aud tvro
weekly papers iu their own languages
During this year over ten thousand have
arrived iu the port of Now York most of
whom, of corns .have sought homes iu the
Northwest. The Swedish Government is
ntpidiy losing its subjects, and the United
States arc gaining a most valuable aud bar
dy class of emigrants, belonging to the
j race which iutused into England that
j spirit of marine enterprise which made
I her the commercial mistress of the world.
I How long Sweden and Germany, Great
j Briti ia aud Ireland, can stand to be drain
i ed of those classes which are the strength
I and siuew of nations is a problem which
must soon be solved.
lu Germany children go to school at
j seven o.clock in the morning, and do uot
J leave until four in the afternoon. A half
J hour at uoon is regarded by Hutch school
masters ample lime tor urchins to destroy
a bit of black bread and drink a cup of
; Adam's celebrated ale
Editor Entcrpriec .-—Man in every rein
liun of life ought to do his duty, no duty
is more imperative upon us than the one
wc owe to our country, wc should caltnn
ly think of the present unsatisfactory con
dition of the country, how it is misgovern
ed, how rights are disregarded, how the
government is used for personal ends,
how dishonesty iu every department of
the government is practiced, how corrup
tion controls and directs the administra
tion of the government. Every law is
now made to serve the interest of some
ring or combination of persons. The good
of the country is not the thought, but how
power can bcrctaiued that corruption may
he perpetrated and money made at the
risk of the liberties of the country It is
indeed, a deplorable fact that men in office
look upon tiie offices as a sure source for
fortunes. Is there a man iu the employ
ment of the government of the United
Btates that is strictly honest, a man who
does not use his office for his own selfish
purpose and nol for the good of the coun
try ? Is there one that does not use his
office for other than the best interests ol
the country. If there bo one from the
highest to the lowest office in flic United
Stales lie lets not appeared.
It is against this stale of filings that the
Greeley and Brown party are striving ;
it is this stale of things that they are
working to change; it is these evils that
they would rid the government of, und
take it hack to the days when it was hon
estly administered The Greeley party is
laboring to make the rule of honesty and
capacity the only road, and the test to
power and office. Unfortunately, for the
best interests of the county, some are op
posing Greeley and Brown, not from prin
ciple, ns they assert, but from bitter po
litical prejudice. No other party but the
Liberal Itepubllcan Democratic party is
opposing Grant, llutlcr, Morton, corrup
tion, dishonesty* and oppression. The
Atlanta Sun is favoring a continuance of
all the evils that alliict the country when
it opposes the election of Greeley and
Brown, and throws ils influence to the
Grant party through its pretext for prin
ciple. There are others who value prin
ciple as highly as the sun,and because they
do value principle they support Greeley
and Brown nud favor the return of the
Government to u constitutional admiiiir
tration of the departments of the Govern
ment. It certainly cannot he acquired by
continuing Grunt and his party in power,
no sano man believes that; every man
should not forget this fact tiiut Greeley
and Brown are striving for constitutionu
ism while Grant and Wilson are laboring
for despotism and centralism, and all of
their indirect supporters are going in the
same direction—neither wanting peace,
happiness, nor prosperity under the re
turn of the Government to the limitations
of constitutional power. * * *
Dry Goods by the Mile. —We are al
ways glad to hear of our sister’s prosperi
ty, and especially when we aid in it. We
nlways knew Macon was a live town, fully
; up to the times, and controlled a large
trade, hut we must udniit never fully and
; completely appreciated it until yesterday.
Noticing the Southwestern Kailroad depot
full of cotton anil wooleil goods marked
to Macon, we made some enquiries into
this shipment, and our researches show
that tlic Eagle ami Plienix Mills have in
past three days, sold to Macon alone IDO
bales or 125,000 yards of her products,
besides innumerable quantities of rope and
cordage. Think of it,seventy-one miles of
cloth! Enough to make a continuous
walk of checks, stripes, ginghams, jenus,
from hero to Fort Valley—or allowing ten
yards lo tho garment, sufficient quantity to
put anew dress ou 12,500 women—and
this is no uncommon occurrence, for these
shipments are made often. Such figures
and facts speak volumes for tho Central
City, whose trade mid energy gives her op
portunities for extensive sales and whose
business tacts shows her exactly where to
Hitherto connected by tho closest ties,
Macon und Columbus aro now indissolu
bly bound by mutual dep ndeuee and in
terest, with sucti sterling live wholesale
men us Boss & Coleman, Waxelbaum
■ Johnson A Dunlap, and Seymour, Tins
-1 ley it Cos., on the one side, and our model
mills, the Eagle aud Piirenix, on the
other. Volumbut Sun
Horace Greeley. —This is what Hon
Oalusha Grow says of Horace Greeley ;
“For thirty years, with each sotting sun.
ho lias boldly uttered bis convictions ou
the world's public doings of tlic preceding
twenty-four hours, whether political, so
oial, moral or religious, yet never pander
ing to the vices or follies of ids time
During that whole period, ( rusailer like,
he has championed tlic universal manhood
of the race and equal rights of all man
kind. No one liviug has devoted mure
brain work to the cause of universal liber
ty, or the elevation of fallcu aud crushed
humanity, and few. if any, have endured,
more of the jeers of gilded prejudice or the
scoffs of bigoted error. Vet today the
leading ideas for which lie lias struggled
so long with unyielding tenacity aro incor
porated into organic law. and aic stamp
oil indelibly upon the pillars of tho repub
lic. And now, when a great political par
ty, through i's regular organization, selects
such a man for its standard bearer, 1 hail 1
it as tho political dawn of brighter and ■
TitE following are the appointments of
\Y C Biulth. colored Democrat:
Dawson, Saturday night. Oct. 2d.
Culhbert, Monday night. Oct. 28.
Fort Gaines. Tuesday night, Oct. 2D.
Georgetown, Wednesday night. Oct. 30.
Columbus, Thursday night. Nov. 1.
EaGraage. Saturday night. Nov. 2.
Macon, Monday night, Nov. -1.
Mrs. Wharton trial for the alleged
attempt to kill Eugene Van Ness by pois- '
onlng began Monday in tho Circuit Court
of Auue Aruudel county. In Ibis case the !
public will have the statement of itie alle
ged victim himself —a novel feature iu !
poisoning trials, and one which will have
considerable iutbieuce in determining the
amount of credibilty to tie given to the
testimony of experts. Vau Ness is said to
be very positive in liis belief that Mrs.
Wharton tried to poison him, and the
State Attorney is only the more determined
by liis previous defeat to secure the con- •
fiction of the accused in the present trial- I
More Arrests is Sovtii Carolina.—
The following highly respected citizens
of I-aurcns county were arrested by Graut's
military last Sunday night, for alleged
offenses against the United States Govern- ,
ment Dr. D. A llicbardsou, Joel W.
Anderson. Captain W. W. Neill. James O.
Duckett. Ludv Tribble. Duckett Cope
land Thus is the “peace" programme 1
When the London Punch offers such as I
this as a prize riddle, almost anybody may j
embark ia the business “Why would a
novel wriiteu by Charles Reade and any j
other lellow be like a pilch ? Because ft !
would be lit tv-men."
VTMIF. members are very respectfully request-
J, cd to meet at the Lodge Room, Hutrs new
building, Tuesday, 8 o’clock v. u , to attend
the laying of the Corner Stone of the Byna
?;oguc. All Israelites arc also invited to meet
icre for the same purpose. By order of the
President J. Danenbcho, Secretary.
50 BBLS. RED APPLES,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.'S
50 Bbls. Russet Potatoes,
• BEYMOI R, TINSLEY A CO.'S
25 Bbls. Silver Skin Onions,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY <fc CO.'S
Choice Amber and New Or
Seymour, Tinsley & Cos.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING*,
October liklli mid tifttli.
PATRONIZED BY THE
ELITE AND FASHION,
And pronounced by tlio Press and Public the
HmtCHcal, Brilliant, lipisite
Hu. scats, Pnrqucttc and Press Circle, $1 50
Admission, - • 1 00
Gallery, • - - 50
Reserved sects cun be had at Brown's Book
store. oct2o lit.
COL. BLOUNT S APPOINTMENTS.
('IOL. BLOUNT, the Democratic nominee of
J the Sixth Congressional District, will
speak at the following places, to-wit:
Jeffersonville, Twiggs county, October2Bth,
and will speak in Macon, Friday evening, No
Col. Hardeman will join Col. Blount and ad
dress the people also, hi Monroe, bocial Circle,
Covington und Conyers. At his other appoint
ment, lion. James N. Pace, one of the candi
dates on the. electoral ticket, will he present,
and speak likewise. oetl2-tiU2B
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
r |MIK TAX BOOKS for the collection of State
I nud County Taxes for 1872, arc now open
ftt the office of Collins A: Heath, Real Estate
and Insuiance Agents, No. 69Second street.
F M HEATH,
octlS tfcod. Tax Collector Bibb county.
Lr ~ W ' I
Tl.i- unrivalled Medicine h warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mkki cry, or any
injurious mineral substance, tint is
I* I KIII.V V !-:<gKTAHI.II.
For FORTY Y r.AKS it has proved its great
value in all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and
Kidneys. Thousands of the good and great
in all parts of the country vouch for Its wonder
ful and peculiar powi r in purifying the Blood.
stimulating the torpid Lima and Bowels, and
imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole sys
tem. SIMMON’S LIVER REGULATOR isac
knowledged to have no equal as a
1,1 VFit VIFUMOF,
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion til any other
preparation, viz : a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and u
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such signal success has attended its use, that
it is now regarded as the
(•rent I nluilins: Nprellie
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundice, Billions attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOUR
STOMACH, Heart Bum, Ac., Ae.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
oiii.i.m tv FI.VFK.
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured bv
J. 11. /IIII.IA A CO.,
MACON, GA„ and PHILADELPHIA.
Price ? 1 per package; sent by mail, postage paid,
•1.35. Prepared ready for nse in bottles, #1.50.
sold by all druggists.
STBe wan* oi all Counterfeits and Imitations. I
COAL OR WOOD.
Grates, - Grates,
TRUMAN \ (rRKEN'S,
TKItVGI LIK BLOCK.
Sign of the Golden "Charter Oak."
T. I*. COX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Knlaton Hull Hit tilling,
CIIFKKY STREET, MACON. GGORGIA,
Treasurer's Office, )
Sxvxn.n YH, Griffin a North Ala R. R.
Macon. Ga . Oct- 4, 1882.
9 1 '"HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
J. this Company, for the election of Presi
dent and Directors to serve for the ensuing
year, will Ik- held at the Court-house in New
nan, Coweta countv, on Thursday, the 7th dav
of November next MILO S FREEMAN.
c>ct4-liu Sec'v and Treas’r.
h mphatically pronounced by all to be the
Leading Show of the period, combining all the
best riders of the nge, umong whom is the great
The undoubted and undisputed Champion
Bareback and Hurdle Kidcr of the world.
CHAMPION OF SPAIN —Wearing the Medal
CHAMPION OF FRANCE—Wearing the Rib
bon of Napoleon 111.
CHAMPION OF RUSSlA—Wearing the Dou
CHAMPION OF ENGLAND—Wearing Her
Majesty's Crest of.Honor.
CHAMPION OF HAVANA, CUBA—Wearing
the Diamond-Studded Golden Belt
CHAMPION OF AMERICA—Having the fa
vor the People
CARRYING IIIS SON AND PUPIL.
The most wonderful Boy Equestrian any
age ever lias or ever will boast of.
The greatest Somersault Equestrian.
The best Boy Bare back Rider in the World.
Will exhibit at MACt IN, Friday and Saturday,
November Ist and 2d.
ADMISSION, - 75 cts.
CHILDREN, under ten years, • 50 cts.
City Treasurer's Office, i
Macon, Ga., October 35, 1873. j
PARTIES having City Bonds or Couponi
now due or coming due November 1,187
will please present them to this office for pai
ment. CHAS. J. WILLIAMSON,
Dutch Flower Bulbs.
subscriber has received a select stoc ;
JL of Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Crocu
etc., etc , directly imported from Holland. F<
price list apply at the store of G. BegYS, Cher* y
street, or to D. MILNE.
Also a large stock of Wilson'- Strawberry
plants, warranted pure. P. M.
IOST on the night of 27th September, i
j very dark liver colored Pointer Puppy
with white on ids front feet and breast. In
formation left at this office that will lead to In
recovery will be liberally rewarded. oct24-l v
U,ii A PER MONTH by the year in ad vane,.
Two nice rooms,'best locality in tl: ■
city for Dentist or Millinery business. Apply
at this office, or No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
Paints & Oils
\ TTENTION is t ailed to my large stock of
IjL Paints and Oils anil the very low figures
at which they are sold.
EXTRA NO 1 KEROSENE OIL.
Tltt* CUpmjh'sl Cigars in the City.
Pure Holland Gin and
.MOT MAIN RYE WHISKY!
STREET CAR TICKETS,
Have become very popular.
F' >UR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions are Accurately Com
Early .TUNNY WAKEFIELD. LARGE FLAT
DUTCt , and LARGE DRUMHEAD Cab
Cage Seed just received.
NEW CROP ONION SETTS.
ROLAND B. HALL,
ltU-tf Cor. Cherry St. and Cotton Aveui .
J\o. is. WEEMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE ON ffn STREET OVER
1.. H. UiSDII.-M NTOitl
DU. 15. I'. GRIGGS.
OFFICE ovei M. R. Rogers it Co's., Con
Residence, Plum street, opposite George
Obear’s. oct 3-lm.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
ESPECTTUI.LY tender his profi'-ioi: it
1 services to the citizens of Macon and \ -
einity. Office at Drug Store No. 3 Brora
House Block. Residence at Rev. Samuel Bo -
kin's, Georgia avenue. Calls left at eitli'r
place will receive prompt attention, oelfitf
BIDS will be received for (i-50) four hun
dred and fifty Cypress, Cedar or Chestnut
Posts, ti feet long and (7) seven inches sqnar ,
delivered at either depot iu this city. Address
oetS-tf WM. HAZLEHURST.
Arm ami L. Butts. Edgar A. Ro-s.
COAL AND WOOD.
lt T K are ready to fill orders at reduced rates
\ t for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKF. and BLACKSMI HI COAL,
UPLAND OAK and HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
store of Winahip A Callaway, or at yard M. A
W. R. R., will receivepromiit attention.
114-192 BUTTS A ROSS
HAVE entirely renovated and enlarged their store, to make room for a beautiful stock of
Goods for the
FA LL and winter season.
Among our 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 OF BRACELETS AND SHELL JEWELRY.
Wc also ofl'er n complete line of Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Lace Goods, Velvet and Silk
Ribbons, Furnishing Goods, Dressmakers Trimmings, Fancy Goods, etc., at very low' prices.
Wc shall be pleased to see our old friends and as manv new ones at our store on Second
street, Damours Block. M Vt lt IlltOi IIFItS,
MAC< > TV.
Monday, December 2d.
UNDERSTAND THIS FULLY!
“OLD JOHN ROBINSON/’
Showman of America!
Respectfully announces to the public that
hies Stupendous Organization, consisting of
Menagerie and Circus!
Which, from its Unrivalled Proportions, has
been styled bv the ENTIRE PRESS
‘ OF AMERICA the
“ World's Fair of Wonders!”
Will not, under any circumstances, visit the
City of Macon before
Monday, December 2d,
As has been herctof.u j announced in our liills,
Circulars, and the Papers of the day. He de
sires to state that the
Great Show of the Age
lias in no instance been divided, and that un
der all circumstance.- it shall remain COM
PLETE AND INTACT, representing in the
OVER ‘20,000 ( l KKOSITIES,
While the Menagerie is noted for its many
Wonderful Specialties, in connection with
which is the
Best Circus in the World!
AND NOW FOR A
BTWORD OF C.A.'CJTION
Bom s Robinsons —The Proprietors of Min
iature Circuses and Animal Shows have been
compelled to resort to all kinds of expedients
to enable them to even pretend to compete
with my Colossal Combination ; unfortunately
for the public, among these expedients are
J3y Deception and Fraud !
In one or more instances a small show may
be traveling about the country, employing iii
some capacity a man whose name is ROBIN
SON, or who CALLS HIMSELF ROBINSON,
and the exhibition, a minor eharlantical Cir
cus or Animal Show, or both, is advertised aud
posted as ROBINSON’S.
H?-THIS IS DONE WITH A DIRECT IN
TENT TO DEFRAUD ANI) DECEIVE THE
1 here is but ONE JOHN ROBINSON, and
but ONE True Exhibition in the World that
can properly bear his name.
Z-vJ* Remember —This Famed Show, with its
TEN MaMMOlil MENTS, and all its many
Wonders, will not visit Macon until
Monday, Decsmber 2d.
Admission to the Entire Combination, 75
cent*); Children under 10 years of age, 50 cents.
oet2ti-4t—2o 28 30—novl
•I. .1. Alt 1$ AMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
151 Lj BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
CNOLLECTIONS promptly attended to and
J money remitted at once. I*. O. Box 357.
Macon and Brunswick Railroad Office, I
Macon, Go., August 2d, 1872. f
ON and after August Bth, Excursion Tickets
to New York and return, can be had at
tills office, S3B 00 for round trip. Tickets good
until Oet. Ist, 1872.
98-tf E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt
VLL Insurance Agents doing business in
the city are requested to call at this office,
make returns and ; • a tax of 2’-.,' per cent, on
their receipts to 8e; t. I. By order of Council.
C11.,3. J. WILLIAMSON,
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA,
ItltllAUl VST iios;ni:
For the Train from Savannah, Augustan-,! Ma
con to Columbus.
DIN AH St HOI Nil'.
For the Train from Eufaula and Albany to
Nil PPt.lt KOI Nil
For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa
vannah and Augusta.
Large comfortable Rooms with Fire places
aud every Convenience. 113 190
r pilE Books for the registration of voters for
1 the city election will be opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o'clock p. m.,
on December 13, 1873.
ep3o td J. A, MCMANUS, Clerk.
Bui*ding Lot For Sale.
SITUATED near Tatiiall Square, within a
few steps of Mercer University.
Address E. C„‘Box K.,
CROP OF 1872.
Clover and Brass Seeds.
] BLUE GRASS,
Ac., & c .
! Just received,
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR,
14G-156 32 and 84 Cherry Street.
MANUFACTURERS OF AND
WHOLESALE <fc RETAIL
Harness,Saddles,Collars, Horse Equip
ments and Clothing Generally.
ALSO a full assortment of LEATHER of at
kinds, Enameled Cloth, etc.
--aadlers and Harness Makers Hardware and
Cash paid for HIDES, FURS, SKINS, WAX,
WOOL and TALLOW. 5-102
NEARLY OPPOSITE PASSENGER DErOT.
(Only one minute’s walk.)
T. 11. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. Maclei.hn,
James W. Meara, In the Office.
L. LOWENTHAL, Merchant Tailor.
Cotton Avenue, opposite City Halt,
Cleaning- and Repairing clone Neatly.
HAS on hand a beautiful stock of Cloths,.
Cassimcres, Doe Skin, Vest Patterns, ete.i
which lie will cut and make up for his 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 ii
the city. ' oct2l-lm
XTOTART PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
1\ TICE OF TnE PEACE. I can he found
for the present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. I’roudfit,
over the store of Jaques & Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
THE "LIGHT BllHHlHfi’ajt - ,
“DOMESTIC" S. l\r. CO.,
06 Chambers .St,, New York, or Atlanta Ga
L. T. WHITCOMB, Agt~
IMI'OItTEU AND DEALEII IN
West Mia Friits, Yeptaks,
IIAV, GRAIN, H V\’, HU'.,
00 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Agricultural ami Mechanical
ASSOCIATION’ OF GEORGIA.
WJ commence at their Fair Grounds at
v ? Savannah, Georgia,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1872,
And continnc six day?.
The central Railroad passes by the grounds.
For Premium List or information, address
J. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
130-td Savannah. Ga.