W . A. lim’. Wsiyop.
M D ’ 1 ' ’ Treasurer.
O. r. Williamson, .L-Jerk.
■' * cM * sr * ::c\iv Attorney.
A ,®i, cc Vs' .city Physical!.
\‘ h U * *^ J ' L ’ .'.'..Chief of Police.
M\htin, ..First Lieutenant.
'*• ( • u AY V_v '.Second Lieutenant.
A 1 * 1 ."? w.Ti'-v’ ....Third Lieutenant.
V Finney Guard House Keeper.
. ‘ m r i iE hry .... St reet Overseer.
Y’k iUrmln City Sexton.
n '■ n ogkinT' Magazine Keeper.
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morning paper, we otter for one week, ooe-lmir
interest in the Macon Daii.y Enterprise foi
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■Owing to the day being election, and the
vast crowd at the City Hall, his Honor held no
court this morning.
Closed I p.
The streets wear a deserted look to-day.
Nearly nil stores and places of business arc
closed and the proprietor’s are out electioneer
The word epidemic is often applied to the
horse disease. It comes from <j>i, among, and
demon, people. The proper word to uso is epi
zootic — epi, among, zoon , animals, or beasts.
Up to 12 o’clock to-day there were about
728 colored votes and about 50 white votes
were cast at the City Hall. The whites are
votinsf heavily at the Court-house. At 2
o'clock there were 2270 votes polled there.
Was He Risht ?
We heard an old railroad oflieer say yester
day that one jtood saw-mill along any line paid
it more revenue than the cotton of any county.
We were pleased to meet in our office this
morning, J. L. Burch, local editor of the Ca
milla Enterprise. Mr. Burch is in the city in
the interests of his paper and we recommend
him to our merchants.
In The City.
Muj. General Charles Fields, appears on our
streets and is about to make Macon his home.
Gen. Fields, it will be remembered, was the
senior Major General of Longstreet's Division.
Wo hail his coming with delight.
The Sawyer Gin.
We were shown a letter this morning from
tile North Carolina Agents for Sawyers’ Im
proved Gin, which stated that Mr. P. C. Saw
yer, had received the premium at the late Fair
in that State. This is quite a compliment to
The following negroes were arrested this
morning for promiscous voting : Lake Crol,
Fred Stubbs, Gabe Walker, Kazy Wood and
One negro was arrested with a pistol, but as
the weapon was broken and useless, he was re
Wo understand that several negroes were
arrested this morning for voting twice. The
way they were canglit is a novel one. Cnflee
votes at the City Hall and a Democrat sticks a
fish-hook in his back. From the City Hall he
goes to the Court-house and when he votei he
is nabbed—the fish-hook telling the tale.
The Court met this morning, but the prison
ers waived examination, and they will now he
required to give bond for their appearance
at the next term of the District Court at Savan
Before adjournment, Col Whittle made a
few remarks relative to the Court, in which he
said, ttiat though some rulings were wrong, he
believed they were honestly made, and it was
not because of these rulings that the motion to
waive examination was made. These remarks
were seconded by Col. DeGrafTenreid and Col.
Col. DeGratrcnrcid, counsel for Mr. Gustin,
made a statement to the effect that Mr. Gustin
would be able to prove that lie never left the
Court-house during the shooting or for some
The bonds will be given to-morrow morning
at 10 o’clock at the office of tlie Commissioner.
Local Jintarprise: Can jrou inform me as to
the process of arresting citizens by the U. 8.
Marshal ? My reason for asking is that I have
heard Mr A. E. Seifert severely censured for
causing these arrests, and that it was at his
| instance some of our citizens have been ar
In reply to the above inquiry we will give
an illustration of tbe manner in which a per
son i arrested. John Doe goes to Commis
sioner Swayze. and swears that .Richard Roe
hindered or prevented him in some manner
from exercising the right of suffrage. Upon
this affidavit a warrant is issned for the arrest
*f Richard Roe. This warrant is put in the
hands of Marshal Seifert to serve. This Is.
either served by the Marshal or his deputies.
It is often the case that the Marshal never
heard of the party to be arretted before.
Instead of censuring Mr. Seifert, that officer
dei-crvea thanks, because had he refused to
Bervc, a negro would have been appointed im
mediately. We make this statement in justice
to Mr. Seifert.
Georgia Immigration Mociety:
A large number of colored men met last
night at the City Hall for the purpose of or
ganizing an Immigration Boeiety. Tbe society
was formed and the following officers were
elected:' J. F. Long, President; N. D. Snead,
Vice-Preaident; Charles Holley, Secretary; R.
M. (irogswell. Treasurer.
Eight hundred names were enrolled as mem
bers from Bibb county. The State Convention
will be held hr a few week3, and delegate? are
expected from every county in the Btate.
Mrs. •. I*. Mower*.
Well, we’ve seen her! and so did a good au
dience. And we must say that we like her—
that is we like her acting. She plays well—
she does. She takes hold of the character,
studies it well, marches out upon the atago and
before you know it you forget all about Bowers
and think ouly of Lady Audley—the erring
Lady Audley. You look at her and weep.
Weep because it acerns a pity a woman so child
lab, so winsome, so Bimplcaud yet so fascinating
should—well, do us Lady Audley did. But you
love her all the same. Why? Because the
part ia played so well, so lifelike, that
you admire her acting and you sway to
and fro with the actress forgetting is
only a play. Wa believe Mrs. Bowers to be
a good actress—yes, an excellent actress;
but she ignores, in common with all the pro
fession, the fact that Webster and Walker sand
wiched in among tlicir M’s the wee pronoun
my—iftld for it she substitutes that everlasting
me! “ Me chce-ild, me long lost clice-ild!”
But we suppose this fault will he remedied some
McCollum’s acting is superb. lie suits the
character and the character suits him. llis
rendition of Robert Aiullcy was truthful.
In tine, the whole company Is a good one,
and our people are not slow to appreciate
From the Baltimore Gazette.]
Some weeks ago wo went out of our
way, us some of our readers may have
♦bought, to tender words of welcome to
England’s great historian of to-day, and to
thank him lor coming to this country to
talk sense on a subject on which it and lie
had a common, though not an equal inter
est. .Judging ouly from the reports we
have of Air. Froude’s lectures on Ireland,
iu New York, we see no reason to retract
or qualify one word we said. They seem
to have been, in every sense, admirable in
temper, in matter rich to overflowing, and
in style. There seemed at the beginning
to be something like the muttering ot a
coming storm. It looked as if the Saxon
had again touched the morbid susceptibil
ity of the Celt, and as if Air.
Froude, ready, though not equipped for
combat, was to be dragged at once
into the ring, and, willingly or not, to
be pitted against the accomplished and
alert athlete, whose name we take the lib
erty to prefix to these remarks. Otic or
two ugly phrases hurtled in the air. “A
thundering English or Norman lie” was a
holt defiantly Hung hither and yon. Of
course, had this been encouraged and gone
on, the result may be easily imagined. Mr.
Froude, entrenched behind the Puritan
platocrats of the Young Alen’s Christian
Association—Peter Coopers, and Nasts, and
Hitchcocks, would have been applauded
to the echo iu all he said against the Pope,
whether Adrion or Pio Nouo, or against
Cardinel Pole or Cardinal Cullen —while
at the Apollo Hall or the Academy of
Alusic, the fiery young Dominican would
tiave his audiences, fit and not few,
to cheer him on in denouncing the
accursed Saxon. The end would be,
of course, to leave matters much
worse than they were at the beginning
—and Ireland, as a theme of discus
sion, or a subject for thought, more detes
table than ever. It is a matter of sincere
contentment, for those at least who look
upon such things disinterestedly, that bet
ter counsels have prevailed, and this new
misery of profitless and inflammatory dis
putation averted. There seems to be good
feeling on both sides. The brief and ex
ceedingly graceful reply of Farther Burke,
to on address presented to him in Boston a
day or two ago, removes all doubt as to his
attitude, and, of, course, we know
thoroughly what Mr. Froude’s is. No
Irish Catholic can read his last lecture on
Irish wrongs without cordial assent to
Father Burke’s frank and manly conces
sion that “he is incapable of supporting or
propagating what he knows to be false,”
and that “he comes nearer than any
man I ever heard to the real root of the
remedy to be applied to Ireland's wrongs. ’
Some of Mr. Burke’s prejudiced and ex
cited hearers must have been a little
“taken aback,” when, from his lips there
fell readily nnd gracefully, such words as
these : “The historical statement of the
very learned and distinguished English
man who has just come amongst you, de
mand more than a mere passing review.
He is a learned man, one of the most
learned of our times, and, I will add, he
has brought to the study of history a sin
gular fearlessness and true Anglo-Saxon
candor.” And then, lie added eloquently
but in no asperity: “But he has stated Ire
land’s story. Such bemg the case, Ireland’s
tale must he told, and Ireland’s case must
bo laid before this Grand Jury of America,
and, by the blessing of God, it shall
soon be done.” This, it seems to
us, Is the true spirit of a Christian
gentleman in deep sympathy with his na
tive land, and as we welcomed the English
stranger when he came, as it seemed to us,
to speak the words of truth and sobriety,
so, with perhaps greater earnestness, do we
say “God speed” to the Irishman who is
to give us his honest view of tlio past and
the present. If we supposed any word of
ours would be effective in guiding the con
duct of such a discussion, we should ven
ture one of respectful counsel. Let Father
Burke, when he comes to speak, as he no
doubt hopes to do, to men of differing
creeds, speak to them as much as possible
as laymen, and get rid of that ecclesiastic
ism of manner, the fruit of having it all
their own way, which disfigures, as a gen
eral rule, clerical authors. Mr. Froude is
a layman, and we imagine, trained as a
lawyer. On this occasion, as far as may
be, let Father Burke be a layman too!
Lunch at regular lunch hours, Free Soup,
Tomandjerry, liotpunches, and Cincinnati La
ger Beer at Ullman’s Isaacs House Saloon.
Fresh every Morning.—A few line Tcn
nesse shoats, superior pork sausages, made
from the same. The finest of Tennessee beef,
mutton, &c., in fact every tliiDg that is found
in a fresh meat market, can be had 14. L. Henry
& Bro’s., a few doors above the Enterprise
office. Cal! on them and satisfy yourself.
It Is Ai.so True.—lf you w ant to buy Rea
dy-made Clothing or good Underclothing, etc.,
it will pay you to walk up *o first door above
First National Bank, Cheny street.
tf C. 11. Baird.
Farrar's Electric—Warranted to cure the
following diseases or money refunded: Dtp
tlieria, Ncn-algia, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Diarrhm and Rheumatism if not of too long
Farrar’s Ague Cure—Warranted to cure
in three days or money refunded. For sale by
Hunt, Rankin & Lamar,
93-171 Wholesale Agents.
Oranges at W. P. Carlos’.
That’s So.—lf you want a suit made to or
der in the best style, you will save money by
calling on (tf) C. li. Baird.
Carlos has Florida Oranges large anil sweet.
Macon Lodge, No. 8, meets every Ist and 8d
Monday night, at Masonic Hall, Cotton Avenue.
Mlcpali Lodge, No. 47, meets every fid and
4th Thursday nights at Masonic Hall.
Constantine Chapter, NO. 4, R. A. M., meets
every fid and 4th Monday night at Masonic Hall.
St. Oiner Coaoiandery, No. fi, Knights Tem
plar, meets Ist Thursdays of each month at
Protection No. 1 meets Ist Tuesday night In
each month—House Poplar st., corner 3d.
Ociuulgcc No. fi meets Ist Monduy night in
each month—House on Cotton Avenue, near
City Hall. *
Young America No 8 meets Monday night
In each month—Hoitec :id st., corner Mulberry
Mechanics’ No. 4 meets Ist Monday night In
eaeli month—House corner Hnwthornc and lid
Defiance No. 5 meets Ist Tuesday iu each
month —Housed in City Hall.
Hook and Ladder 3io. I meets Ist Friday
night in eaeli month—House Poplar st., cor
Franklin Lodge, No. 2, meets every Thurs
day night at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Cotton Avenue.
United Brothers Lodge, No. 5, meets every
Tuesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hull.
Germania Lodge, No. 59, meets, every
Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Macon Union Encampment No. fi, meets at
Odd Fellows’Hall on fid and 4th Mondays of
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meet every Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’
Walton Lodge, No. 2:1, meets every Tues
day night at Progress Club Hall.
Aurora Lodge, No. 89, meets every Friday
night at their Hall in Hollingsworth Block.
Dougherty Lodge, No. 179, meets every
Monday night at Progress Club Hall.
Windsor Lodge, No. IfiO, meets every Thurs
day night at their Hall on Windsor Hilt.
Progress Club meets every Sunday night at |
their Hail on Mulberry street.
Hibernian Society meets Ist Tuesday in each
month at No. 3 Eugine House.
Malachi Lodge, No. 14, I. O. B. 8., meets
second and fourth Sundays in each month.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers meets
every Wednesday nightatthc Passenger Depot.
Visiting brethren welcome.
EpiscojxU —Chlist Church, Rev. 11. Johnson,
Rector—Walnut st., between 2d and 3d. Ser
vices 10 1-2 A. M. and 8 p. M.
St. Paul’s Church, Rev. 11. K. Be A, Rector
—Vincville. Services II a. m. ; sp. m. Chil
dren’s Service; op. m. Evening Prayer.
St. Barnabas, services by tlie Rector of Christ
Church, at sp. m. Near Macon A Brunswick
Railroad Freight Depot.
Catholic —St. Joseph's Church, Rev. L. D.
Bazin. Mass 7A. M.; High Mass 10:00 a. m. ;
Vespers 4 1-2 P. M.
IVcsbytcvian —Mulberry St. Church, Rev. C.
B. Vaughn, pastor. Services 10 1-2 a. m. and
8 P. M.
Windsor Hill Church, Rev. Win. McKay,
pastor. Services semi-monthly.
Israditish Synagogue —J. 11. Hertz, President
Near Ist Baptist Church. Services Friday eve
ning and Saturduy morning.
Jiaptist —lst Baptist, Rev. W. 11. Mclntosh,
pastor—2d Street, between Cherry and Poplar.
Services 10 1-2 A. m. and 8 1-4 P. M.; Sunday
school 4 1-2 P. M.
Second Baptist, Rev. James Mcbryde, pastor
—near Findlay’s Foundry. Services 101-2 A. M.
and 8 P. m.
Mission Chapel, Windsor Hill, supplied from
the city churches.
• Methodist Episcopal— Mulberry Street, Rev.
J. O. Branch, pastor—Mulberry st., corner Ist.
Services at 10 1-12 A. M. and 8 p. M.
First Street Church, Rev. W. W. Hicks, pas
tor —Ist street, between Oak and Arch. Ser
vices 10 1-2 A. M. and 8 F. M.
Vincville Church, supplied from the city
Fust Macon Church, Rev. J. W. Burke, pas
tor. Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 4P. M.
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THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulate exclusively lu Dougherty. Mitchell,
Lee. Baker and Worth Counties.
Pf The wealthiest Cotton growing section
Is the best Advertising Medium in Southwest
CAREY W. STTI.ES, Proprietor.
CALL at 8. T. & B P. Walker's this evening,
if jou want such things us choice Teiinesseo
Ileef, Pork, Sausage, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ap
ples, Oranges, Bannanas, Malaga Grapes, or
anything else in the fancy or family grocery
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No more Mowing about your Ferreotypes.
Brown has just received the best and largest
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FORMAL & COMMERCIAL.
■lull) Kevlew of Ike Jlnrkcl,
Office Macon Daily Enterprise, >
November 5—3 o’clock, P. M. f
Cotton. —Report for 24 hours, since 2 l’. Al.
yesterday. Sold 213 hales; shipped 512 hales.
Received 591 bales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1872-
Received last 24 hours 594
Received previously 21,400—21, 894
Total receipts . 33,400
Snipped last 24 hours 513
Shipped previously 15,751—10,200
Stock on hand this evening— 0,110
Market active 17X’-
MACON PRICE CURRENT.
OSNABURGS—No. 1 10
No. 2 14
MilledgevlllcNo. 2 14
AIACON SHEETING 13W
WaymanviUo Sheeting 11
Houston Sheeting HJi
Houston Stripes 18J£al5
Columbus Stripes 15al8
High Shoal Stripes 10
Montour Shirting—% 10J^
Factory Sewing Thread 00
YARNS— 1 00
GRITS —per husluil 1 85
OATS —per bushel 00n05
FIELD PEAS—per bushel ——
Tennessee 1 9Jn2 90
Clover 1 90
PEA NUTS—per bushel 150
Table use 8 50a4 00
BUTTER— Goslien No. 1 per lb 43u44
Goshen No. 2 per lb 25
Tennessee No. 1 “ 8J
Tennessee No. 2 “ 20
COFFEE—Rio per 11) 28a35
Java per lb 30a88
CHEESE—Rest Creiun per lb.. 17 V.
New York per 1b... 15
MOLASSES—N. O. Syrup per gal. 05
“ Georgia ’ ’ per giu.. 70
Sugar House 85
SYRUPS—GoIden Drips, per ga)... 00n75
Medium per gal 05
Ordinary per gal 55
SUGAR—“ A” per lb lilj^a
White Extra “ C” 13a
New Orleans (hlids) 10ul3Jrj
Yellow C 12X
Port! Rico ll'hilfi' j'
POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 25
Orange Mills 7 00
FSOVISIONS, GRAIN, GROCERIES, Ac.
BACON—Clear-ribbed Sides (sinokd).. 13
HAMS—Magnolias. C., canvassed... 19>„a20
Tennessee, plain-cured 18al8)£
White Bellies .’ lOalOU'
PORK —Pickled, mess 18 00
New, mess 19 00
Pickled, ramps 15 00
BULK MEATS—Cask Sides
LARD—Prime Leaf, Tierces llall 14
FLOUR- -Low superfine per bhl u 7 00
Standard Ml pari: nr.. 8 50
Extra 0 00
Family 10 00
“ VVyleys X XXX’-.
Georgia Mills J II 50u12 00
Hyaeintho 0 50
“Domestic” 12 00
Star of Beauty . 11 00
Belle of Georgia II 00
Pride of Dixie 12 00
Silver Lake 12 00
CORN—White per bushel 05
Mixed per bushel sflnOO
SnOT—Per sack 3 00
CRACKERS—Butter per lb 00
CANDY —New York per Hi 18
M. R. Rogers & Cos 18
BLACKING—No. 1 per gross 5 00
No. 2 0 00
No. 3 7 00
SODA—Bi-Cart), per lb OulO
POTASH—Per lb 10all
SOAP—Turpentine per lb 0 1-2
Toilet per doz 75al 20
YEAST POWDERS—Preston and
Merrill’s per doz. 1 75n2 25
Horsford’s 2 00
TOBACCO—Choice Chewing per lb 75
Choice Smoking 1 25
ClGAßS—lmported per thousand 75 00al50 IK)
Domestic 15 OOaOO IK)
SNUFF—Scotch peril) 78
PIPES—Per box 2 50a4 50
MACKEREL —No. 1 kits 2 25a2 50
No. 2 bids 13 50a14 00
No. 2 kits 1 70
No. 3 bids—large.. 11 50a12 50
No. 3 kits 1 50ftl 70
1 WHITE FISH—Half bid 7 50a!) 00
CAN DLEB—Best Star (full w’t)... 21}4a22
EGGS—Per doz 35
CHICKENS—Per doz 3 00n5 00
SALT—Virginia per sack 2 1002 15
Liverpool 2 25
HIDES—Dry (lint !4a16
SWEET POTATOES 150
WHISKY—Common Rye 1 05al ll)
Treasurer’s Office, )
Savannah, Gihpfin <fc North Ala. R. R. -
Macon, Ga., Oct. 4, 1H72. )
rpHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
X 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
nun, Coweta countv, on Thursday, the 7tb day
of November next." M 11.0 S FREEMAN,
oct.4 1m Scc'y and Treas’r.
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
rpHE TAX BOOKB for the collection of State
X and County Taxes for 1572, are now open
at the office of Collins <C Heath, Real Estate
and insurance Agents, No. till Second street.
E. M HEATH,
oct.Petfood. Tax Collector Bibb county.
J. .1. ABRABN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
151Jtf BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to and
money remitted at once. P. O. Box 257.
Savannah Steamship Line.
IOW rates of freight ami insurance. First
.j class passenger accommodations. Order
your goods shipped by “Boston and Havnmmh
steamship Line, and avoid all delay and extra
handling. KlGllAllDdON cV BAKNARI),
Agent, Savannah, Ga.
F. NICKKUSON V GO., Agents,
J. A. MERCIER.
■ .5:1 IIAY STRHUT,
Bet. Whitaker and Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.
Allorders will rcreivo prompt attention. Con
signments of all kinds ivspcetfullv solicited.
no it & McKenzie,
Cotton an ' Commission
IWEIM H ANTS,
ION liny Sleeel. Wlivimiiali, <4a.
MEYER, COHEN & CO.,
WHOLES \IJ2 DEM Ells IN
Boots and Shoes,
4M Itronc’lif oil Sil „Nai iiimali, <4u
Merchants supplied at New York Market
A S. AI.OEN A IlltO.,
Dealers in Fruits, Fish niiil Produce,
No. 95 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.
Orders promptly attended to. 131 209
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lIIPOKI I lt Ol’ CROCMiIIY,
(aIIIMNM lire anil 4’liina,
Ami Dealer in House Furnishing Hoods,
142 Congress and 141 St. Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, GA. 181 fiol)
F. W. SIMS & CO;,
4’oMon Factor* ami General
HAVANNfAH, <41:0110 It.
Bagging and Ties supplied at market prices.
Advances nftido on Cotton, or other consign
men is. Money promptly remitted.
A. 11. CHAMPION. also. C. FREEMAN.
< H/tBPIOI A FIIEEItIAft,
Corner Bay and Drayton SI rents,
SAVANNAH, GA, 131-209
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ATTOKNIiYS. Ac.. AT LAW,
NO. 3 COTTON AVENUE,
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ail parties whose trade is desired.
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who will testify to ttie fact timt they have re
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their cards in The. Advertiser. In fact, many
who have availed themselves of its columns,
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lei Weekly Enterprise,
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MEN COPIES SENT ON APPLICATION.
J. CLARKE SWAYZE, , BibbOountjrCourt,
vs ( October J erm, 18(71.
NINA SWAYZE. j Libel for Divorce.
It appearing to the Court that the defendant
in the above stated case, resides without the
limits of the. State It U ordered that Service
t perfected in said ease, bv publication in one
of S e public Gazette., PuM.bed in the City
of Macon, once week for tow mouthy
. *ie extract from the Minutes of Bibb Su
tler Court. A. B. ROSS, tea Clerk
SIGN OF THE “COLDEN2HOG.”
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Have now in store a fresh Slock of Goods, and Invite the attention of the Public.
100,000 pound.. BATON SIDES AND SHOULDERS, direct Jfrum the Pn.-k.-n
25 Drives of lb enuhte “MAGNOLIA” HAMS.
20 th rees PURE LEAF LAUD.
5,099 hiehels WHITE AND MINED CORN.
2 CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT.
590 Rolls BAGGING, weighing 'l}( pounds to Die Yard.
•‘All RO W " TIK s,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
!.”> Bugs Choice UK) COFFEE.
50 Bids. SUGAR of various gnn-ds.
Choice WESTERN HAY, fresh Water ti round MEAL, WHEAT BRAN, J.I VERPOOL nnd
We have now a good Slock, nnd respectfully invite the nUentlon of all who desire to pur
chase goods in our line.
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to our customers,
l’lcftse call on us at
63 Third Street, Macott, Ga„ Sip of itie “Golleo Hoi,"
AMD HIS CHARMING WIFE!
r |MIAT all-important event, the election, having passed away, aiul the “ time* that tried men’ -i
1 souls” huvo merged Into the “ piping times of peace”; and Winter has been ushered in
among twitter of birds and music of tin; leaves iih they fall to the ground ; arid the Summer hav
ing faded away and the weather reduced to something agreeable, I have to announce fo inv nu
merous and beloved patrons that I have recently returned from an extended trip to New York,
Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie nnd Wcehnspan, and other celebrated markets, where I purchased,
and have now in my store, the largest lot of
“ G OOD I E S !”
Ever brought to Macon, consisting In part of Sugar, LoHeo, New York Canvassed Hams nnd
breakfast Bacon, Lard, Butter, Canned Fruit, Jellies, Pickles, Raisins, Nuts, Apples, Lemons,
Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers, Cheese, Spiced Hums, Bologna Sausages, ami—well, it
would take me all day to write what 1 have got, and it would fill this paper so full that Smith
wouhhi’t have a local for a week, it is almost unnecessary for me to mention the fuetthat lam
prepared, as over, to supply Oysters and Shell-fish of all kinds, from a Crab to a Orceloyoyster.
The finest Fish, fresh and on Ice, is kept by mo, and sold ut living rates.
in view of the fact that the people of Macon, and those visiting Macon, are determined to eat
whether they tret unything good or not, I have prepared myself for the emergency, by making
ample nrrnngcrncnta to have my
Supplied with the very best this and other markets can afford. That popular dish, “Birds on
Toast” being my own Invention, tlie, people can always find tlie same at my restaurant. To
gether with my polite corps of waiters, this branch of my business will receive the putronage
of all of my old customers, and, 1 hope, many new ones. My restaurant in, ns Is well known,
supplied with the very best
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
that could be found. Therefore, gentlemen and ladles, having laid before you whut I have on
hand, and wishing you all the best luck and that I can suit you in your purchases from me I
must close this letter. Jf at any time I can serve you, you have but to command me or my
corps of attentive and obliging clerks, and >ou will tie made happy. Thanking yon for past
favors, I am tenderly yours,
W. P. CARLOS.
WINSHIP <fc CAIXA WAY,
THE 'LARGEST AND OLDEST
IN THE STATE,
(30 Hecoiid Street, Macon. Cteortfin*