MACON DAILY ENTERPRISE
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LINES. WING & SMITH, j
No 10 Hollins 1 xk.
Ml letter* retailtij/ to Subscription should be ad-
IrtsStd to l.lne*,W'inff Smith, Moron, tin.
I'ommunleatlons for the fui/ur should be ail
ilirmnt to the KdUor. It* cannot undertake to
return rejected communlratlons. IVell authenti
cated news Herns, from all partl of the State, so
\\ . wATKIN HICKS. Editor.
WE HOPE >OT.
We hope the U. 8. Commissioner will
not send our citizens from Macon for their
preliminary trial. This would be playing
at Justice. The tilterances of a healed
newspaper seldom represent the Judg
ment or the candor of u community like
ours. Wo arc confident that an iuvestiga r
lion will clear our citizens, on the ground
of their innocence, which we earnestly as
sume. Wo are not afraid of malice in the
Commisioncr, even if wc thought him well
disposed to it. Wo mean to have a fair,full,
clear, final investigation. We mean to
see to it that those of our citizens who
have been put to the inconvenience of
arrest, shall ho exonerated and proved
innocent, by the most searching investi
That investigation is not u matter of
w him Our own lawyers, men of acumen
and legal wisdom, will ho at hand. The
witnesses for the prosecution will he rig
idly examined. The arguments of the
Government officers will be fully weighed,
and legally met. We fear not, therefore.
If guilt transpires— 'hen, wo shall have
something to say.
AVe do not prejudge, for or against. Wo
know that there was a riot. We kuow
Hint blood was shed, and life was taken-
We know that these things are usually
< rimes, and evidences of wrong thinking
and wrong-doing. But wo want the real
criminals arrested, and are willing to
vouch for the peaceable disposition of the
masses of our own people. We-are ready
also, to prove to all in authority, that
we do not. as a people, undertake to screen
the guilty, or protect them against the due
punishment of any crimes which can hr
proved upon them.
Hut they must be promt
Wc do not quarrel with the officers of
the law for doing their sworn duty Less
they could not do, than nrret those against
whom charges are made.
Wc believe they have done this in the
most Mgreeahlo and quiet manner. They
have evidently tried to exercise wisdom
and discretion. Wo thank them for it>
and tliii<* far commend their spirit and dis
position. Wu hope to sec the same—con
In the absence of all sectional or patty
hading, we ask lor, and will, wo doubt,
not, bo grunted, a fair Impartial, and
thorough investigation This is nil we de
mand ! with the additional word that that
investigation he conducted lit Macon.
Sayn the Lumpkin Independent
Hev. W. W. Hicks, editor of the Macon
Lntkiu'HlSK, has retired to the rural
shades of Florida, and our friend Bridges
W. Smith wields the goose quill during
his absence. We wish l)r. Hicks a pleas
ant trip, nml a safe return, uml that
Bridges W may sue lots of tun while he
runs the machine. The Kn Tit items* is
one of our most highly appreciated ex
changes, ami wo ate glad to see it pros
A cs, hut tve had to hurry home to save
the remains of this pint of Georgia—since
Smith, or the KsTßitcuisE, or something
else equivalent, had already raised the
devil ns far as No. il, on the way to
Tilings are calming at proaent, aud wc
arc longing for those "rural shades" in a
duck of a bout, ou the blue St Joint's.
fiom the Savannah Now* proves that that
Journal bus sometlilng in Its head besides
lire and insccts-even wlmt is so scarce a
commodity generally, brain 3■■
The report of Mayor Huff, primed lu tin*
Macon papeis. is spicy reading. It is "l it
leu in tint nervous, Irencl. an I, style, char
octeriallc of Iluff, ami is not calculated to
conciliate those who. for some reason or
other, have opitoset 1 his method of munic
ipal affairs, The statement of the finan
cial condition of Macon shows that city to
l>u on the high road to prosperity, and
shows that Mayor Huff s management has
hcen w ise and efficient We don't know
what the people of Macon think about it,
hut it is pateut to all that Hull is the best
Mayor the city ever had. The Fair Grounds
alone have given to Macon a prestige aud
prominence that she would uever have at
taiued otherwise, and they aw worth to
the city more than live times their cost.
in Fronde's last lecture,he parses a grand
and deserved couipliuicut on Hamel O’
Cornell, the great champion of tolerance
-Said the lecturer —“A great man is
great because be discovers the tendency
of the age. aud has tlie courage to place
himself at the head of it."
Good and true 1 AndO'Cornel! did this,
aud became the emancipator of tol
We need to-day such an cinauclpator,
here, among us.—Oue who has the ken
to see, the greatness to comprehend, and
the courage to declare and defend.
Hhotoek Fitch, of the Qrintn Star,
complimeou our astute friends of tho Tel
egraph and Messenger anent their emi
gration small talk. Now, its none of
4jurs. but *t always sympathize with the
in the tight. We therefore
hliafu 0? teeHr'^M. ll ' l respectfully show
An Indianapolis Inly lost a pockts.
coutaiuiug sl3 75 one day last week It
was picked up hy a newsUsy and prompt
ly returned to the owner, who rewarded
Kis honesty by making him a present of
le entire amount
>ur agricultural neighbor—yclept the
Telegraph and Messenger, lias done itself
characteristic credit In a short article in
to-day's issue. Wc refer to the l'. 8. Com
The Telegraph cannot, it scents, hold a
brave pen or speak a brave word iu an in
dependent way. It has never cultivated
that exceedingly good thing in a journal—
magnanimity. It seems to have visions of
grindstones ever before its blood-shot
eyes, with Telegraph axes everlastingly
Now, the matter in hand is of consider
able gravity, and the part played by our
cotemporary is entirely its own.
The side play concerns others, and
among them, us. .
The Telegraph informs its little coterie
of followers, that it was notified "through
various parties in hi* (Bwazie's) confidence"
etc., etc. Italics are ours.
It must needs try and rust a handful of
dirt, hoping that some would stick.
It is not enough to characterize tiie no
tifleution after its method, hut a mean, con
teinptiblc, unmanly lling must he made at
those who condescend to carry said notifi
cation ft said immaculate sheet-claiming
to he democratic. Now, we just happened
to be oneofthesaid notlficrs, in our proper,
open, editorial way.
It came to us, and we gave it such publici
ty as we thought wise and proper. But we
arc not in Commissioner Hwuze's corill
dence, any more than the Telegraph and
Messenger is in ours or any other living
man's ! AVe do not charge tha*! our cotcm
porary's fling is at us, nor is this question
gertnaln to the matter. It strikes us, how
, ever, because wo were an original natificr,
1 and with transparent respect for our arrest
-1 ed citizens.
Does the Telegraph affirm that to be
knowing to such determination on the
part of the United States Commissioner
argues affiliation with him
Will the Telegraph my that to inform it
uud llie public of such determination,
proves or even intimates the confidence
of said Commissioner ?
A nice game of bluff indeed, would that
be, worthy of un old blase broker in spotted
paper, or antiquated dealer in old clo'es
Auil yot, what different construction can
one put upon our neighbor's language!
AVe so construe St, and so apply It, and
fling it hack reeking with its own slander,
ns almost beneath our contempt I It may
as well he understood that narrow gunge
prejudices are of little Recount in these
limes of liberal democracy and patriotic
ICxnct justice, fairness, honor, and fra
ternity between equals, are words now he
coming quite popular and familiar. And
he who undertakes llie artful dodger, or
spits out Ids 111 concealed venom of insin
uation against those whose ways arc less
dark than his own, will be apt to find
himself suddenly called to ordor, in a way
that such creatures do not usually en
courage, or have the ability to appreciate.
AVe mildly suggest to our many sided
cotemporary, that a little more transparent
zeal for liberal democracy on its part,
would be grateful to our party and to the
citizens hereabouts . that a little less pre
cipitnney in matters of moment, would
also he useful nud harmless . that not quite
so much of the Falstaffiuu heroic in those
lily Is of political leadership—known as
editorial articles would probably add to
their classic excellence and secure to them
the immortality they so justly deserve—
all'— and. in conclusion, as the preachers
say, a slight, never so iuflnitessimal or
homcspntllle a recognition of the great his
torical and magnificent fact that a news
paper can be soundly democratic and yet
fair to nil. just to all. magnanimous to ail.
charitable to all, aud malicious to none!
would bo reasonable.
oi it u:\i' .11 ttnit.
If any man can bo found to dispute VV
A. Hull's fitness for the high place he oc
cupies as Mayor of Macon—ho is eilhct
much blluded by prejudice, or deeply im
bued with selfishness.
It secuis that Mr Hull' is much blessed
with personal enemies. That there is a
small army of people devoted, under
chosen leaders to his overthrow. They
propose, so it appears, to hurl him from
power, wrest from his grasp the city's seal,
and retire him to thu oblivion or obscurl
tv, or whatever the render's fancy may
prefer,—from which he was originally
Well, this is the common fate of great
events and extraordinary personages.—
That is, tube hit at. Hut what's the use?
<? bone t If history proves anything, it
proves that that particular blunderbuss
invariably docs more execution at the
breech than at the muzzle. Men cannot
kick about events as they would wind bags,
for the very reason that they are not wind
bags, but hard, stubborn, awkward, inde
pendent things, called events.
The same holds good of eveutive or
earnest men. They arc* not usually upset
by a storm of blujter or abuse. They
thrive on these things With an iudiffor
cnlism that amounts to stoical careless
ness, they move aloug the golden track of
duty, at a rate that must soon leave the
rabble far behind. Besides, personal dis
like has very little to do w ith real success
or the want of it. The dislike of certain
fossilized prejudites, to coin a word, in a
given community, never helped or bin
dered any man w ho had a purpose before
his eyes. Some people do not understand
this. They are very rural folks. Their
eyes have never seen the glory of success
ful effort. They have never achieved for
themselves. They were born to medioc
rity of respeclability and fortune, and they
;t ls'o¥trt' U>! w ** ere llie . v were born. But
of action Theri DH ’ n of U,ou ***‘ ud
To them ebe whispers her sublime se
crets. To them she bolds outs the glit
tering crown of absolute and everlast
They aro very apt to havo enemies. It
could not be otherwise, it should not.
They rise by the power of opposition. The
breath of fire revi uls the gold in the ore,
so the breath of hate, enmity and fiery op
position, shows the brightest gold deposits
in the character of the man. So much for
It will come to pass, to the credit, fame,
wealth, prosperity and happiness of our
beautiful city, that this same William
Arnold Huff will be re-elected Mayor,
The people havo said so.
Ilis official career makes it imperative
that lie should be continued. The busi
ness mind of the city (see another column),
has also spoken its wish.
It only remains for him to say the word,
and it shall be.
At any rule wc lake the liberty of say
ing it for him aud conclude this article by
nominating if. A. Huff, for Mayor of Ma
con, in behalf of all classes of citizens, all
institutions, all progress, and all gratitude.
THE CHAMPION NI.IOER.
[Correspondence Morning News.
‘‘lf n body meet a body, cornin’thro' the rye
If a body kiss u body need a body cry ?"
If a body meets body, dinin’ with Joe Brow n,
If a body lease u railroad, need a body frown!"
If a man. afler pursuing Joe Brown for
years, with every species of abuse and
villification that lie can devise, even go
ing so far as to call Joseph “that thing,"
and to declare that the cx-Govcruor's
name shall never pollu'c bis lips, and
then fall suddenly, violently in love with
Mr Brown, andjoiu Scott, Delano, Brown
& Cos., in leasing a Slate railroad, need cu
rious people trouble themselves ns to his
If a body love old Horace, and speak for him
The only price being vote* for Ben, boys, need
a body weep?
Ifa body's “slid a little,” and, in short, has
Complete hack slider, and down slider, need wc
be concerned ?
If un orator who, a few years ago, pre
scribed n social ostraism and desertion by
Lis wife for every Southern man who dar
ed to hint ut moderation, conceives an ar
dent ullection for Horace Greeley, and
travels "accidentally” over the countiy
ostensibly for the purpose of making
speeches on the Presidential election,
but, really, endeavoring to iuflucuce the
members elect of the Legislature to vote
that lie (ttio orator) may go to the United
Ktnlcs Senate, may we not conclude that
he is a regular slider ¥—a back-slider, a
down slider, a slider in every direction?
And will not our new members of the
Legislature prefer Johnson, or Jenkins,
Colquitt or Gordon, or—if his health
would permit—another distinguished gen
tleman, to represent them in the National
Senate? In my opinion, that is the view
that will be taken of the matter by the
people of Middle Georgia
Certainly, brother Poynlz! cerlaine-
If a feller ketches a feller,
stealing a feller’s wood,
Should a feller lick a feller,
If a feller could !
It's as plain as the nose on your broad,
homely, hut patriotic face, my dear sir—as
plain. Let us agree to split—not tho nose,
but tho difference, and on this wise
Suppose you agree to go to the U. 8. Sen
ate—if the Legislature will send you?
Speak, Poyntz—or rotted be thy tongue,
they eye grow dim—with disappointed
hope, aud shake thy stalwart frame with
—the broken hone fever.
Consistency —Not the jewel which so
many foolish people are looking after, but
the nom tie plume of a clever, would-be
satirist, wants to know if we did not
preach politics on Inst Sabbath evening.
Answer. As we are not in the political
line, ate aspiring to no office, pay our
debts, and tell the truth if we know it—it
is impossible for its to say.
Joseph wants to kuotv how long it takes
an orange tree to boar fruit from ti e seed ?
Answer About ten years.
Scrutator—Has been studying the Sur
rency matter, and is in a peck of trouble
and quandary. He bravely asks for our
editorial opinion, and puts the matter
1. Were the manifestations’real ?
2. Could they have been caused by lru
3. Is it possible (constructively) for
spirits—disembodied spirits, to do such
•L What is your faith f
.insuer: —Tho manifestations were,
They could have been caused by hu
It is, we think, quite possible for splr
! Huai agency to manifest itself iu various
ways, and possibility is a great word. Our
taith in general is, that the supernatural is
more closely blended with humanity aud
mundane affairs than our philosophy
teaches, or reason apprehends ; and, that
we shall, doubtless, become more and more
familiar with it, by patient study, and re
ligious devotion to the good and true.
Thk following are the appointments of
W. C. Smith, colored Democrat
Dawson, Saturday night, Oct. 2b.
Cuthbert, Monday night, Oct. 28.
Fort Gaines, Tuesday night, OeL 29.
Georgetown. Wednesday night. Oct. 30.
Columbus, Thursday night, Nov. 1.
l.sGraage, Saturday night. Nov. 2.
Macon, Monday night Nov. 4.
r |'MllS HOTEL ranks second to none in
: A Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
W F.LL SIYTUED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
A- a resort for the residence of the present
hot term. It is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant
The beat Water in Georgia.
G. W. BTINGTON,
lift 160 Proprietor.
50 BBLS. RED APPLES,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
50 Bbls. Russet Potatoes,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.'S
25 Bbls. Silver Skin Onions,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
Choice Amber and New Or
Sepir, Tinsley & Cos.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS,
October ItOili, 31st, and Nov. Ist.
PATRONIZED BY THE
ELITE AND FASHION,
Anil pronounced by the Press and public tlie
Most Classical, Brilliant, Eipisite
X* r oos:
Re. seats, Parquctte and Dress Circle, $1 50
Admission, - - - - 1 00
Gallery, - - - - - 50
Reserved seets can be bad at Brown’s Book
COL. BLOUNT'S APPOINTMENTS.
COL. BLOUNT, the Democratic nominee of
tlie 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, at Monroe, Social Circle,
Covington and Conyers. At bis other appoint
ment, Hon. James N. Pace, one of the candi
dates on the electoral ticket, will be present,
and speak likewise. oetl2-till2B
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
rpBE TAX BOOKS for the collection of State
JL and County Taxes for 1872, aro now open
at the office of Collins & Heath, Real Estate
and Insuianee Agents, No. 69Second street.
F. M. HEATH,
oetlS tfcod. Tax Collector Bibb county.
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mkkccby, or any
Injurious mineral substance, bat is
PI RIII.V VEUETABI.E.
For FORTY YEARS it has proved its great
value in all diseases of the Liver, Row els and
Kidneys. Thousands of the good and great
in all parts of the country vouch for its wonder
ful and peculiar power In purifying the Blood,
stimulating the torpid Liver and Bowels, and
Imparting new Life and Vigor to tlie whole sys
tem. SIMMON'S LIVER REGULATOR
knowledged to have no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never uui
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
preparation, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities of the Doily.
Such signal success has attended its use, tliat
It is now regarded as the
Great I nlailiug Npeellie
for Liver Comi-laim and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundice, Bill ions attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOL’R
STOMACH, Heart Bum. Ac., Ac.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
UIEII.I.K AAU IT.TF.It.
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured by
J. 11. *1.11.1\ & CO.,
MACON. GA„ and PHILADELPHIA.
Price #1 per package; sent by mall, postage paid,
|l.‘Js. Prepared ready for use iu bottles, $1.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
or all Counterfeits and Imitations.
COAL OR WOOD.
Grates, - Grates,
TRUMAN & GREEN’S,
TKIA.AGI MR 1110 l k.
Sign of tlie Golden “Charter Oak.”
T. H. COT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ralston Hull Hulltling.
CHERRY STREET, MACON, GGORGIA.
Treasurer’s OvrtcE. )
Savannah, Grivfis & North Ala R. R. -
Macon, Ga., OeL 4, 1572. J
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
this Company, for the election of Presi
dent and Directors to serve for the ensuing
year, will be held at the Court house in New
nan, Coweta county, on Thnrsdav, the 7th day
of November next. MILOS FREEMAN.
oct4 lm Sec’y aud Treas'r.
H. U. GERRY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
rTORNER OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
VJ Streets, in Court House, Macon, Ga
Emphatically pronounced by all to be the
Leading Show of the period, combining all the
best riders of the age, among whom is the great i
vTam?H I iol>i iii-ton.
The undoubted and undisputed Champion
Bareback and Hurdle Rider of the world.
CHAMPION OF SPAlN—Wearing the Medal
CHAMPION OF FRANCE -Wearing the Rib
bon of Napoleon 111.
CHAMPION OF RUSSIA-Wearing tlie 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 HIS SON AND PUPIL.
The most wonderful Boy Equestrian any
age ever has or ever will boast of.
The greatest Somersault Equestrian.
The best Boy Bare-back Rider in the World.
Will exhibit at MACON, Friday and Saturday,
November Ist and 2d.
ADMISSION, - - - - 75 cts.
CHILDREN, under ten years, - 50 cts.
City Thkasuheks Office, I
Macon, Ga., October 25, 1872. J
PARTIES having City Bonds or Coupona
now due or coming due November 1,1872,
will pleaßC present them to this office for pay
ment. CHAS. J. WILLIAMSON,
Dutch Flower Bulbs.
fTMIE subscriber has received a select stock
X of Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Crocus,
etc., etc , directly imported from Holland. For
price list apply at the store of G. Beggs, Cherry
street, or to D. MILNE.
Also a large stock of Wilson’s Strawberry
plants, warranted pure. D. M.
IOST on the night of 27th September, a
j very dark liver-colored Pointer Puppy
with white on his front feet and breast. In
formation left at tliis office that will lead to his
recovery will be liberally rewarded. oct24-lw
ytiVYA PER MONTH by the year in advance.
Two nice rooms, best locality in the
city for Dentist or Millinery business. Apply
at this office, or No. S Cotton Avenue.
Paints & Oils
ATTENTION is failed to ray large stock of
Paints and Oils and the very low Inures
at which they are sold.
EXTRA NO. 1 KEROSENE OIL.
Thu Cheapest Cigars in tlie City.
Pure Holland Gin and
MOUNTAIN RYE WHISKY!
STREET CAR TICKETS,
Have become very popular.
FOUR FOR TYVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions are Accurately Com
Early JENNY WAKEFIELD. LARGE FLAT
lit TCP, and LARGE DRUMHEAD Cab
bage Seed just received.
NEW CROP ONION SETTS.
ROLAND I*. HALL,
101-tf Cor. Cherry St. and Cotton Avenue.
INO. IS. WEEMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER
I„. IV. RASDiI/S STORK.
DR. R. F. GRIGGS.
OFFICE ovei M. R. Rogers <fe Co’s., Con- ;
Residence, Plum street, opposite George S.
Obear's, oct 2-Im,
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
E> ESPECTFL LLY tender his professional
l services to the citizens of .Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No 3 Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev, Samuel Boy- j
kin’s, Georgia avenue. Calls left at either
place wUI receive prompt attention. oel6tf
~NO TI CE.
BIDS will be received for (450) four liun- I
dred and fifty Cypress, Cedar or Chestnut j
Posts, feet long and (71 seven inches square, j
delivered at either depot in this city. Address
octS-tf WM. IIAZLEHURST.
AkmasiiL. Birrs. Edgar A. Ross.
COAL AND WOOD.
ITT F, arc 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 WiDship & Callaway, or at vard M. &
W. R. R., will receive prompt attention.
114-192 BUTTS A ROSS, l
HAVE entirely renovated and enlarged their store, to make room for a beautiful stock of
Goods for the
FALL AND WINTER SEASON.
Among our specialities are a splendid Seleetiou 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.
Wo 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.
Wc shall be pleased to see our old friends and as manv new ones at our store on Secoft)
street, Damours Block. ' ?IV4'K IIItO’lIII! 1(8,
Monday, December 2d.
UNDERSTAND THIS FULLY!
" OLD JOHN ROBINSON:'
. THE VETERAN
Showman of America!
Respectfully announces to the public that
bis Stupendous Organization, consisting of
Menagerie and Circus!
Which, from its Unrivalled Proportions, has
been stvled by the ENTIRE PRESS
" OF AMERICA tlie
“ World’s Fair of Wonders!”
Will not, under any circumstances, visit the
City of Macon before
Monday. December 2d.
As has been heretofore announced in our Hills,
Circulars, and the Papers of the day. He de
sires to state that the \
Great Show of the. Age
Has in no instance been divided, and that un
der all circumstances it shall remain COM
PLETE AND INTACT, representing in the
OVER ‘20,000 CURIOSITIES,
While the Menagerie is noted for its many
Wonderful Specialties, in couneetion with
which is the
best Cirrus in the World!
AND NOW FOP. A
iS * WORD OF CVATTTIOIN' !_*J
Bogus 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
£ST Deception and Fraud !
In one or more instances a small show may
be traveling about the country, employing in
some capacity a man whose name is ROBIN
SON, or who CALLS HIMSELF ROBINSON,
and the exhibition, a minor c-harlantical Cir
cus or Animal Show, or both, is advertised and
posted as ROBINSON’S.
IS DONE WITH A DIRECT IN
TENT TO DEFRAUD AND DECEIVE THE
There is but ONE JOHN ROBINSON, and
but ONE True Exhibition in the World that
can properly bear his name.
Lv?” Remember —This Famed Show, with its
TEN MAMMOTH MENTS, and all its many
Wonders, will not visit Macon until
Monday, December 2d.
Admission to the Entire Combination, 75
cents; Children under 10 years of a f jrc, 50 cents.
6ct2o-4t—26 28 30—novl
a. J. ABRAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1511*' BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to and
money remitted at once. P. O. Box 257.
Macon and Brunswick Railroad Office, )
Macon, Ga., August 2d, 1872. f
ON and after August Bth, Excursion Tickets
hr New York and return, can be had at
this office, S3B 00 for round trip. Tickets good
until Oct. Ist, 1872.
9S-lf E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt.
A LI, Insurance Agents doing business in
A the city are requested to call at this office,
make returns and pay a tax of 2% per cent, on
their receipts to Sept. 1. By order of Council.
CHAS. J. WILLIAMSON,
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA,
For the Train from Savannah, Augusta and Ma
con to Columbus.
BITTER 801 SE
For the Train from Eufaula and Albany to
NI PPER BOISE
For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa
vannah and Augusta.
lafrge comfortable Rooms with Fire places
and every Convenience. 112190
THE Books for the registration of voters for
the city election will be opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o'clock p. m.
on December 13, 1872.
scp3o td J. A, McMANUS, Clerk.
Bui ding L t For Sain.
SITUATED near Tatnall Square, within a
few steps of Mercer University.
Address E. C.'Box K.,
Wtf Macon, Ga
CROP OF 1872,
Clover and Grass Seeds.
. LUCERNE SEED.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR,
1-hi-15(i 82 and 84 Cherry Street.
MANUFACTURERS OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Harness,Saddles, Collars, Horse Equip
ments and Clothing Generally.
ALSO a full assortment of LEATHER of a>
kinds, Enameled Cloth, etc.
jaddters and Harness Makers Hardware and
Cash paid for HIDES, FURS, SKINS, WAX,
WOOL and TALLOW. . 5-102
NEARLY orrOSITE FABSEKGER DErOT,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
T. U. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. Maclsixan,
James W. Meara, In the Office.
L. LOWENTHAL, Merchant Tailor.
Cotton Avenue, opposite City Hall,
Cleaning and Repairing done Neatly.
HAS on hand ft beautiful stock of Cloth?,
Casßimeres, Doc Skin, Vest Patterns, etc.,
which he 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 in
the city. oct2l-lm
Notary public ami ex-officio jus
tice OF THE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. Proudlit,
over the store of Jaques <fc Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
THE "ÜBHT HUHHIHfR-^l
v‘-n.v-uu-1 g •
S. M. CO.,
9G Chambers St., New York, or Atlanta. Ga.
L. T. WHITCOMB, Agt..
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
West Mia Fruits, Teptata,
BAT, CiBAIA, BAT, ETC.,
99 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Agricultural and Mechanical
ASSOCIATION OF 4JEOKCIA.
\\J ILL commence at their Fair Grounds at
V V Savannah, Georgia,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1572.
And continue six dayf.
The central Railroad passes by the ground*-
For Premium Listor information, address
J. H. EBTILL, Secretary
132-td Bavnnah. G