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iftaron pula Inrrrprtsr.
Liskh, Wing & Smith, Proprietors,
i 'lVnnit or
$ 8 00
One Year 4 yq
Six Months 2 00
&:riolity i advance.
Tt> city subscribers by the month , Scvonty-tlvc
cents, served by carriers.
Liberal Republican Democratic Ticket
I'or I’residenl :
OF NEW YORK.
For Vice l*reidrnt:
B. GRATZ BROWN.
Btate Electoral Ticket.
roll STATIS AT LARGE,
I Principals. Alternates. _
VV. T. WOFFORD, A. H. I'OI.QI 11 i,
H.. L. BBNNING. ELI WARREN,
JULIAN lIARIKIDGE, A. 11. HANSEL.
WASHINGTON POE. CKO I>. 11ICL
DISTRICT KI.EI TOUS.
1 11 G. TURNER, 1 ,1. RIVERS,
i R N ELY, 3. A. L. HAWES,
s' W. .1, HUDSON, 8. I*. V. SMITH,
4. JAMES M. PACE, 4. T. F. NEW ELL,
5 N R CASEY, 5. A. M. RODGERS
6 J.' N. DORSEY. L. ,1. ALLRED,
7 E. 1). GRAHAM. T. R. A. ALSTON.
JAMES H. BLOUNT,
jjp SIXTH CONOHEtfSIONAL DISTRICT.
FtM AYOH f )F MA( ON,
H O N.. W. A. HUF F. _
Hit. Frank J. Herrington is our only
authorized City Agent. ami lie is duly em
powered to solicit work for this, oilice, and
subscriptions to the Enterprise.
MiCuAUf.KS L. Mize, book and news
(lealefrils our authorized agent in Dawson,
Mr. W. S. Deidrick, SoVitberu Express
Company Offlce, is our authorized Agent
J. L Tucker is our authorized agent at
Fort Gaines. .
I. N. Seymore, of Byington's Hotel,
is our authorized Agent at Griffin.
Hr. Ed. T. Byington is our agent
Mr. \V. W. Laney, is our authorized
Agent at Colaporehee.
C. W. Brown, Bailroad Depot is our
authorized Agent at Barnesville.
FROtl AI.I.TIIE WOltl.lt.
"Flic Horse Pestilence.
Pii ii.ADEi.rHiA,October 29.—Fifty cases
of horse malady are here, and a hundred
The iron clad Sangus. towed by the
Powhatten, sails on Tuesday next for Key
West and Havana.
The steamship Ohio, tlic second of the
Philadelphia and Liverpool line, will be
launched Jo m irrow.
Patterson, N. J., October 29.—The
malady is rapidly increasing.
Boston, October 29.—The horse dis
ease has taken a favorable tarn. Some
days must elapse before recovery.
■ New York, October 29.—The Sixth
avenue and canal street cars have stopped.
Baltimore, October 29 —The horse
disease has fully developed here. One
horse doctor reports fifty eases under his
New York, October 29.—The reporls
upon the horse disease up to midnight last
night are that the disease is increasing in
extent and violence. Over-worked horses
are stabled for needed rest, embarrassing
business still more. The tire department
horses are nearly ell sick.
Horsemen say the disease has readied
Its crisis and will be on the decline to day.
Weather is cool. Hundreds of partially
affected horses are being used. The num
ber of deaths reported yesterday was 275.
Leading physicians and the board of health
say the disease will probably soon attack
man There is a strong public feeling
against the continuous workiug of sick
horses. Five fell dead in harness yester
day. Merchants under contract to ship
pay enormous cartage.
The prosecution against Mayor Hall is
regarded as weak.
The disease is more severe in Jersey
City and vicinity. There are hartlly en
ough horses to draw the hearses at. iuner
als. John Pierey. a well known citizen
of Jersey City, was seized with the horse
plague, aud is dangerously sick. The
malady has appeared in Halifax, Nova
New York, October 29 —There is no
striking change, but generally a slight im
provement* The death list, however, has
increased. Saturday it was 30, Sunday
5-4, and Monday 9ti. Hundreds of Cus
tom houses trucks are piled together. A
large number of South American ponies
awived yesterday, in perfect health ; but
half of them this morning exhibited signs
of the malady. Reports from private sta
bles sre more cheerful
Heavy Loss hy Fire.
London, October 29.—Lord Massey '
country seat, in county Limerick, Ireland,
was destroyed by fire last night. Lots
New Orleans, October 29. —ln a
gamblers' fight, John Henry received four
shots and Perry Lyons was fatally stubbed.
Henry will probaly die.
threat Flood in Italy.
Villages and towns in Mantua and Fer
rara are flooded. Thousands are house
less. The most fertile fields in Italy are
Jlatamoras, October 29.—A commis
sion has been appointed to investigate the
complicity of officials with the Rio
Grande cattle stealers. Cortina has able
lawyers preparing bis defence.
Hurricane in Italy.
Naples, October 29 A hurricane
•wept through the province of Syracuse
yesterday, and several buildings were
blown down. It is reported thirty-two
persons were buried under the ruins
Heath or a Centennarian.
Chester, Vt.. October 29 Nathaniel
Fullerton, President of Bellows Falls Na
tional Bank, is dead, aged 9d. He was tbs
oldest Bank President, and probably the
oldest man in the United States.
The Yellow Fever at Sioniiigion.
Providence, October 29.—A schooner
from San Domingo, for Boston, is at Ston-
Ington with two cases of yellow fever.
The PoslolHcc Business,
Washington, October 29. —The Post
master General’s report will show two and
a quarter millions increased expenditures
and two millions increased receipts for the
Madrid, October 29.—While the army
hill was under cousideiatiou in the Cories
yesterday, Senor Garridos said the Radi
cal party in Spain existed only by the
suflranee of the Republicans. This re
mark gave rise to a warm debate, during
which a sharp encounter look place be
tween Senor Zorilla President of Ibe
Council, and Senor Figueroa. The latter
in (lie course of an excited speech, declar
ed that the present was the last Spanish
Ministry that would be formed under
King A modem
Washington. October2!).—Win. Crosby
lias been appointed Consul-General til
The American British Claims Commis
sion reassembled yesterday.
The Supreme Court Bench is full, ex
cept Nelson and Davis.
At the Cabinet meeting to-day only Fish
and Belknap were in chairs.
The quays of Havre are crowded with
vessels for an American, whose owners
refuse to allow them to sail pending the
threatened proclamation discriminating
against French bottoms.
There is a conflict between the tipper
and lower houses of the Prussian Diet
over local self-government ill Hie rural
districts. The Deputies threaten to re
sign unless the Lords pass the bill. The
Emperor favors the bill.
The damages by the floods in Spain arc
ENORMOUS INCREASE OF IMMI
On the 2d instant, the emmigration offi
cers at Liverpool completed their quarter
ly returns of the exodus from that port.
Compared with other periods, as well as
with the preceding quarter, the increase
is enormous. During the months of July,
August and September, ninety nine ships
left Liverpool for the United States, carry
ing 36,491 steerage passengers aud nearly
6,900 in the cabins. Seventeen ships left
for Canada, carrying 5,607 emigrauts ; one
left for Victoria, and two for South
America. The aggregate number of pas
sengers was 50,385 -of whom the greater
proportion (18,239) were English, and
only 5,104 Irish. The most notable fea
ture of the quarter’s return is the sudden
access of Swedes, Danes and Germans
to the emigration from Liverpool—
no less than 15,853 ot the whole
number having been drawn from the
Scandinavian and German countries, com
ing by way of Hull to Liverpool, and
thence to the United States, in preference
to shipping from the Gallic direct by the
.Bremen and German Lloyd’s steamers.
These vessels, however, have also brought
a large company of emmigrants, whose ar
rival has already been announced. The
Liverpool returns show that during the
whole quarter the departures of ships
for the United States have averaged more
than one per day; while the emigrants
have flocked westward at the rate of 12,-
000 per mouth, or 144,000 per year. En
glish artisans and laborers arc beginning
to count largely in the emigration, and it
appears that they avoid Canada—proba
bly on account of a well founded convic
tion that English rule, whether colonial
or home, offers fewer inducements to the
industrious and enterprising than the
free.and independent lile of a republic.
Miss Anna Dickinson
Recently delivered a lecture on: “Isthe
•war ended ?” the closing words of which
are brimful of eloquence and power.
Here they are :
SINCERITY OP SOUTHERN LIBERALS.
••They must recant, they must recant,”
say some. They must show and assert
their repentance. 1 should care to be
neither the friend nor the enemy of any
man who lays down this rule. He would
have them lick the dust at his feet. I
would infinitely rather have the friendly,
unquestioning, and beseeching looks, and
the outstretched hands, than the humble
descent to the knees, of any friend of mine
who had offended me. Not to he trusted.
They take him, I think, for the chivalrous
sense of honor he has shown. “He has
been our friend and we will he his friend.”
They choose liitn because he stood up in
the darkest hour of their lives to sustain
the cause of justice and law, in the pres
ence of a man who was friendless, save
“Oh, yes, we understand that they like
him because he hailed Jefferson Davis.”
That is perfectly true. Recause, “as the
friend of jaw and order,” he had said
"I have fought you down to the death
with tongue and pen. As the friend of
law and order 1 signed this bail-bond, that
justice might be done. I think this bitter
ness in the South has gone by. I think
what they honestly desire and request is a
good government, a just law, and the su
premacy of the civil authorities. They
believe they will have these things with
Horace Greeley. “A tool for them to use,”
No! Their support lies in this fact—that
he has had faith in them. These people
are earnest in their belief, and if they were
not they cannot go hack. Shame would
' prevent. The Republican party asserts
that the ends of justice will be served by
i its being continued in power. God’s in
struments are fitted to some distinctive
1 ends. I bclive that this extraordinary
attitude of the Democratic party before the
country is only the legitimate closing of
! the war. It is a singular thing for me,
standing here, to say that the men they
fought are finishing their work. Strange
it is, hut true. The struggle into which
they entered was for party power. I hey
, fought for the life of Republicanism and
i the freedom of mankind. This war that
! is waging this day upon their graves is for
1 truth and right. If I had to walk over
. these graves, I would walk over them,
: since it would be for a great cause and a
great country. "Not that 1 love Lu-sar
less, but Rome more.” The old Lmon
savers were in the habit of talking about
the Union cemented by the blood of the
Fathers. “The Union of the lathers
must be preies ved entire." It was a foul
I tiiiQg they had ptn in its stead. They
! covered over hideous realities with beau-
MACON, GA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1872.
tiful idealisms. The republicanism of
thoso 100,900 men, over whose graves we
tread lightly, was not a republicanism of
proscription, and hatred, and wrong. Nay,
and who so asserts it, blasphemes the
dead in their graves. They fought for
justice for all.
The world will perish. History will
write its record concerning us. Nay, the
last sentence not having yet been put down
of tliis war record, History wails for it;
waits as the sentinel in the stillness and
darkness of the uight, placed at his castle
door, hearing a stealthy stay approach,
cries aloud, ‘-Who goes there ‘‘Friend,
with the countersign,” is the answer, and
the sentry, still pausing, demands, "Ad
vance, friend, with the countersign and
the intruder, advancing, approaching his
lips to the listener's ear, whispers the mag
ic word. The sentry, dropping his lifted
bayonet, replies, “The countersign is cor
rect, pass on.'' Bo with tliis final sentence
of the war record to be written, History
pauses. Pausing with uplifted pen, over
the blauk and untouched page, cries to
America, as it advances ou thestli of No
vember, "Who goes there V’ “Friend with
the countersign.” is the answer. And His
tory. still pausing, cries out, “Advance,
friend, with the countersign,” and Ameri
ca, advancing, responds, “Liberty for all
and justice tor every man I” [Applause.]
And History, dropping Iter pen, writing
in characters of everlasting light and glo
ry, makes answer, "The countersign is
correct : pass oil!” ami sounding on
through the ages and centuries, echoing
and re-eclioiug. goes the cry ; “Pass on I
puss on ' ho,latest and grandest and best of
nations. Pass od, America, to the till one
and empire of the world V"
Tub Value op Time.—When the Ho
man Emperor said, “I have lost a day,"
he uttered a sadder truth than If lie had
exclaimed "I have lost a kingdom." Na
poleon said that the reason why he beat
the Austrians was that they did not know
the value of five minutes. At the cel
ebrated battle of Hivoli, tire conflict seemed
on the point of being decided against
him. He saw tlie critical stale of affairs,
and instantly took bis resolutions. He
dispatched a ling to the Austrian head
quarters with proposals for an armis
ticc. The unwary Austrian soldiers fell
into a snare. For a few minutes
the thunders of battle were hushed.
Napoleon seized the precious moments
and, white amusing the enemy with
mock negotiations, rearranged his line of
battle, changed his front, nnd in a few
minutes was ready to renounce the farce
of discussion for the stern arbitrament of
arms. The splendid victory of Hivoli was
the result. The great moral victories and
defeats of the world often turned on five
minutes. Men, loiters time flies, and all
the great interest, of life are speeding on
with the sure and silent tread of dminy.
'Romance op Literature. —A short
time ago, on a rainy day, a young, hand
some, care-worn, poorly dressed lady was
observed passing to and fro for several
hours on a Broadway block, In which is
located one of the large publishing houses.
Every time she passed this placo. going up
or down, she cast a furitive glance at the
door. At last, when she was at one time
hurrying | ass the place she whipped out
from under her shawl a large roll of man
uscript, fl ing it ou the floor and disap
peared round the corner. Some of the
clerks, who had observed the incident, fol
lowed in her tracks, but failed to catch
sight of or find her. The publisher found
that the manuscript was a novel, and he
handed it to a literary expert for perusal.
This expert tells me that it is a remarka
ble production, which has hurst frem the
heart of the unknown child of genius. I
suppose it will some time or other see the
light, and we must hope it will be the
means of giving fame and fortune to the
timid authoress, who was drenchod as she
walked to and fro, with heavy heart, in
the rain storm. — N. Y. Letter.
Tins Claim op Mrs. Anna Frrzncon.
The claim of Mrs Anna Fitzhugh, a mem
ber of the Washington and Lee families,
of Virginia, for $375,000 worth of wood,
alleged to have been cut on her farm for
the use of troops quartered in and about
Washington during the war, came up be
fore the Southern Claims Commission on
the 16th and, after a partial hearing, was
continued in consequence of the absence
of the claimant and the Hon. Ileverdy
Johnson, one of tiro witnesses. The Com
missioners intimated to the counsel for the
claimant that ou the future hearing tl ey
might produce evidence in behalf of the
Government adverse to the claim.
Macon Weekly Enterprise,
\Y. WATKIN HICKS, Editor.
ON or about the first week in October,
we will issue from this office the first ntim*
Larp, Lire, Weekly Paper!
It will cot tain all the the Telegraphic news
of the week, and tt.e latest reliable information
on all BUbjc t and from all parte of the world.
In its editorial department will he found dis
cussion* of all the
I, IV K INS VE s
of the times. Particular attention will be giv
en to the advancement of Science, Art, and
Literature; wl lie all interesting events and
authentic [ --ogress of the political world will
be faithfully presented.
One Year * ™
Invariably in advance.
paf-No subscription taken for less than six
tff-How ia the time to subscribe. SPECI
MEN COPIES SENT OS APPLICATION.
W.m. M. Pendleton, Walter T. Ross.
PENDLETON & ROSS,
(Successors to J. M. Boardinan.)
Corner Mulberry aud Second Streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
SCHOOL BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS,
LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
CAP, LETTER and NOTE PAPER,
ENVELOPES, LEGAL BLANKS,
WRITING INK, COPYING INK,
CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK,
GOLD PENS, PENHOLDERS,
STEEL PENS, PENCILS,
CHALK CRAYONS, RUBBER,
WAX, OIL COLORS,
BRUSHES, CANVASS, PLAYING CARDS,
CHESSMEN, BACKGAMMON BOARDS,
DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK,
PICTURE FRAMES, •
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
And In fact everything usually kept in a ilrst
class Book and Stat ionery Store.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention. Prices as low as any other house
in the South.
Orders for printing solicited.
PEiiIII.HTON A ItONN,
113-534 Macon, Georgia.
Gurney, Bartrra & Mrii,
BUILDEKS SUPPLY STORE,
KlakeN Ittouli, Poplar Street,
(Between Third aud Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Nash, Doors, lllindM, frames,
ItraeketM, Newel Pools,
llaluNterN, mantlet, Etc., Etc.
Carpenter Tools, Locks, Nails, Hinges,
Faints, Oils, Glass and Putty, Etc.
CONTR ACTORS for BIIILDIIVG.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST. .
* B$ BREAD WE LIVE
rpilE undersigned has established a first class
1 BAKERY where our citizens can obtain
bread that is bread. My wagon will supply
citizens at their residences. 1 use only the best
flour and materials generally.
123-148 MARK ISAACS.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF HOUSEHOLD
A FAMILY designing to break np house
keeping on the Ilrst of October, now oiler a
complete outfit of furniture for live or six
rooms, together with all necessary kitchen
utensels, for sale at hair original coal. It con
sists of Mohair Parlor Chairs, Mahogany and
Black Walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dining Ta
ble, Dining, Rocking and common chairs. Car
pets, Dinner und Ted Setts, und in short, almost
every article demanded In a house of live, or six
rooms. The furniture lias not been used over
one or two years, Is In perfect repair, almost
as good as new, cost SI,OOO and will now lie
sold for SSOO cash. Address Box 433, Macon,
orapply at this THIS OKI ICE.
Till! REST AAl> III!,tlIIMT,
W. P. CARLOS
Ml mulberry St.. .Macon, G.
I AM now fully prepared to furnish pure hot
tied SODA WATER in any quantity. Ord
ers by mail or telegraph promptly attended
I have In store and nm constantly receiving
every description of
Fancy and Family Groceries,
and every delicacy when in season.
Bar and Restaurant up stairs, supplied with
the very bent in the market.
Parties purchasing goods from mecan always
rely upon them being frcsli und first class in
WIW. P. CARLOS.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
ICE one cent a pound as usual. No rise in
price now or hereafter.
VV. P. CARLOS,
Wlioleaaie und Kefiill Grocer,
ICE, I'HI ITH, I IMI, ETC.,
Mulberry Street, opposite Lanier House,
6S-tf Macon, Ga.
rpHIS HOTEL ranks second to non* In
1 Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term, it is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant.
The beet Water In Georgia.
0. W byinoton,
WILL I’IND IT TO THEIR AD
YANTAUE TO CALF ON US
BEFORE MAKING TIIEIR
WE HAVE IN STORF,
100.000 LBS. BACON CLEAR 11.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, till grades.
500 ROLLS 2}BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Have, and arc ofiering til very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES HAY.
1.000 BUSHELS CORN.
Together with a full steel; ul all
all goods in our line of business,
JF long < '.vpcrlcncfi find :i thorough knnwl
edge of the business in all it* diversified
brunchob arc essential t o the keeping t hat which
the public has long heard of but mdom wrw,
A hOOh IIOTI I ,
I the undersigned flatter themselves that they
I are fully competent to discharge their obliga
tions to their patrons; but they are not only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
REST ARRANGED ani> MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FURNISHED
house throughout, in the State, which is bu n
ted exactly where everybody would have It sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT AND ADJACENT TO
THE PASSENGER DEPOT.
where travelers can enjoy th (imonl *lrrp and less
liable to be left by the pcrplexingly constant
departure of the trains.
To all these important advantages is added
a TABLE that is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country cun
afford: nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politeness and atten
tion to quests.
For the truth of these statements, we refer
the public to our patrons who reside in every
Htate in the Union.
E. E. BROWN <fc HON, Proprietors.
Macon, Ga., April 15, 1872. 78-104
(Successor to the late firm of Smith, Wcstcott.
Cos., and of Smith, McGiasbau Cos.)
MANUFACTriIKR AND DEALER IN
SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds,
KI'BIIEIt, GIW BA\I>S, ETC’,.
Together with every article usually kept in a
103 CIIEBBV NT., MACON, A
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
LAWTON At BATES,
I'oui'lli Street, (\eM Door to I.iiwlon A Uillingliuiri.
Y RE prepared to furnish the trade with
GllOt lIKIES, PKOVINIOYS, PLANTATION NI PPkIES, llA
unu, TIES, ETC.,
•n . rca-'iiiubh-terms a- any house in Georgia. We will keep constantly oil hand. BACON
-1.. V Kt>, (a u( N, OAIB, IIA Y, SUGAR, CO Fl* EE, BAGGING and TIEB, and a general assort
ment of Htieli goods as are kept In a Ilrst claas Grocery House. Give us u call. We ore running
tire EAGLEFTOURDIG and
dire, t speelsl attention to our "CHOICE,” "EXTRA," “FAMILY” Flonra. They will be
found exactly adapted to the trado, and wo guarantee every barrel to give satisfaction Our
prices are as low as those of the same grades can lie bought In the South.
CORN MEAL, bolted and unbolted, always on bund, of our own make und of the hest
. “' TIIT AM) SHEET IRON HOOFING,
Gitteriii PlmMiiE and Repairioi,
[liPC',. bWWN I V TIN ANI) GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
4- >r f Executed at short notice and satisfaction
\ a \ guaranteed.
D ill *** 'Third Street, Mueon, Ua.
\ i Particular attention given to Guttering put np
y l with
X PATENT HAVE FANTENINUM.
IMPROVED (HI GEAR.
SOM * GTIIING TV i:W.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
f IMIK nettlin'; of tin* Gin llouhc floor lias no effect on the Gearing. King Post of Iron and all
X the work holtud to iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE,
( ill I und woo for youivoclf.
I build u Portable llorso Power Unit chullcingca all other MAKES, but it will not do the work
wilb Hie Hiurie. Draft Unit my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All Kinds of Mucliinory inudo und repaired at
CROCKETTS IKO* WOKKN,
108*18(> Near llrown House, Macon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P. TAYLOR,
for. Cotton \ venue and Cherry Street,
fiiih, emus, nets,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
SSr'Jrdcr* by Telegraph promptly attended to. _____
JAJES 11. BLOUNT. ISAAC HARDEMAN.
Bl.OljVr A: IIV It I* I-LTIAV,
ATTORNEYS AT ILAW.
OFFICE, ut entrance Ratatou Hall, Cherry
Barber Shop For Rent.
rpHE Basement room, formerly occupied by
JL Mike Napier, in Brown’s Hotel building is
for rent This is one of the best stands for a
*££s■ ®"" HOTEL.
Volume I. — Number 172
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