W. A. QVFPi Mayor.
, , nAY A. R. Tinbi.bv,
•I. j.' WIIVIIKN. ®- h 'iVohkkt-
4 1 Smith J Kl’ssell,
t: I)4l“ R- WAGUENBTIIN.
c. J. Williamson lre Clerk
. HvCOV city Attorney.
f„ i; s Holmes, CHy Phyican.
V ' , U .. T . N Chief of Police.
H TTayi oh First Lieutenant.
,L S 11, Ki ev Second Lieutenant.
W 5! \VH.i,• Third Lieutenant.
i.' iv sk v Guard House Keeper.
JUU.iauo Cubkkv t,L CitVSexton
A. K. H vitMan, Lit) Sexton.
D. 0. lioix.KlNs Magazine Keeper.
JoUN .1 I l-TUKS, clerk of til 1 * Mai kit.
'l'llis Olllce is prepared to ex
trnle .lob lrliiiinK nl prices to
M-.iit the liiiies, and in a stylo
patisl'actory to all. l’lnc work
made a specialty. Me solicit
your orders, and yy 111 do our
nest to please you. tilV IN.
MACO.I, GA., JIOV. O, ISTd.
A Chance for Somebody !
ONE-HALF interest in the
DESIRING to make material improvements
in tlie oiliee and to make the paper a
morn inn paper, we offer for one week, one-half
Interest in the Macon Daii.v Enterprise for
sale. The paper is in a good paying condition.
For particulars address,
LINES, WING A SMITH.
nov.V I w Macon, Go,
Exchanges please notice.
Somebody tried to make night hideous around
on Third street near Fire last night. Several
pistol shots were tired, and itt one time we
(bought there was to lie a general Court house
l unng America.
X tic IllCUlUl IS Wl tuio •*
mind that a meeting will be held to-morrow
night. See notice in another column.
fcesore, the enterprising auction merchant,
will sell, on Friday, a lot of flue furniture and
an excellent piano. Go and attend the sale.
The streets are lovely to look upon. Mud
here, there and everywhere. You step into
mud r.d curse. You curse and step into mud.
’Twas ever thus since the rain. Give us a dry
Tm FI Fa'*.
Delinquent tax payers will find a notice ad
dressed to them, by Captain Williamson, in
another column. Read it and ponder well.
Don't forget that this gentleman opens at
Ralston’s Hall, on Friday night. Harry has
paid us a great many visits and has always
brought a good show. Save your dimes, boys,
there is fun ahead.
Wlio Found It?
A gentleman lost a large leather pocket book,
yesterday, between /.. B Wheeler’s and the
City Hall. The book had two rubber straps
aronnd it and contained a sum of money. The
finder will be well rewarded by leaving it at the
It is rumored on the streets that Judge Ers
kine, will adjourn his Court and Grand Jury to
Macon, and will probably sit here next week.
The rumor is credited by responsible parties.
The Court was busy this morning fixing up
the matter of bonds for the prisoners to appear
at Savannah. They met this evening to trans
act all unfinished business, discharge witnesses,
The follow ing is the returns from the coun
ties in this District, ns far ns heard from: Put
nam, 25 to 50 Democratic majority; Baldwin,
(official) majority 400. It is claimed that Col.
Blount, carried every county in the District ex
The case of E. 8. Spinner, occupied nearly an
hour this morning. He was docketed for four
or five things, but additional testimony was
needed and the case was continued.
A young man for being drunk and lying on
the streets was fined $5 and costß.
Moses Clark for fighting and carrying con
cealed weapons was fined $25 and costs.
Attend to It.
Not long ago we noticed thut the persons
whose duty it is to shift the scenery at the
theatre failed to give that matter any attention.
Sometimes we would see a wood scene tacked
on one-half of a parlor. Sometimes there would
baa crack on each side of the scenes large
enough to show the maneuverings of the ac
tors. Their ignorance causes ludicrous views.
Attend to it.
'Flic Itifili County Vote.
The following is the official vote of Bibb
Wreeincts. Dem. Hep. Blount. Anderson.
■beville 22 28 25 28
Howard 35 'OO fib 00
Warrior 463 6 454 6
Hazzard 66 00 60 00
Godfrey 200 51 204 51
City Hall 37 1240 38 1240
Rutland 172 00 168 00
Court House.... 1606 1063 1604 1061
ft Total 2776 2388 2776 2386
Greeley’s majority 388
Blount’s “ 300
“Famed Nome Nense.”
Just before the election for Legislators, a
Itegro wash-woman told the lady she was wash
ing for that the negroes had said there was go
ing to be a row and to be careful. Sure enough
there was a row. Just before the election, yes
terday, the same womon told the lady that she
Seed n’t be scared, as “ de niggers done lamed
•ome sense, for da hab to work fur de Demo
crat-, and if da doa’t do right da can’t work
for’em, and dagwinc to ’have dcmsclvcs now.”
And there was no row.
Mr*. D, P. Bowers.
The rain fell in torrents last night, but a
rather good house heard and saw the very ex
cellent actress play Elizabeth. She played it
well and this is enough to say of her. If we
, were to fill this column we could say no more.
. McCollom’s “ Robert ” was good. Some
I I*rts was fine. Some parts of his acting are
I equal to Forrest’s.
But what’s the use of particularizing* The
whole troupe is the best that lias appeared on
I our boards for a long time, and we have not
the time to spare.
We advise all who appreciate good acting,
free from all coarseness, to go and see them.
llulher Kpukli on film.
A young man, one of the arrested boys, has
been looking “down in the mouth" for a long
time, and ills friends liave been very anxious to
know tho cause of Ills depression. Rut "mur
der will out" and tho cause of his troubles,
trials and tribulations was made known to-day.
It seems os if tho young man in question lias
been desirous of throwing oil Hie oppressive
yoke of bachelorhood, and to further that end
wooed and won a charming maiden—one of
Macon’s fairest lillles—and the hour when the
two souls should be made ns one approached,
as it always does, too soon. To-day he gave
bond for Ids appearance in Savannah on Mon
day next, and when lie signed the document
the tears trickled down his cheek and the im
aginary castles so fondly built toppled over at
one fell stroke of the pen. “Alas,” he cried,
“’twas ever thus from childhood's hour, I’ve
seen my fondest hopes decay.” Colonel Ear
row, who sat near by, judged from the tone of
the young man that all was not well with him
asked, “Why art thou sad?” Said the young
man, “I am sad because my most joyous antic
ipations liave 1 gone where the woodbine
twincth’ its tendercst tendrils. To night I lead
to the altar the fairest of the fair and my bridal
tour, from present Indications, promises to be
anything but an extended and sweet one.” At
this speech the memories of other days llew
with rapid tlight to the mind of the stern old
Colonel, and without a word he wrote upon
the bond of the young cadldate for matrimo
nial troubles, the following:
“ This party wilt not report at Savannah un
til culled for by me. H. P. Farrow,
“ District Attorney.”
The light that sprung to the young man’s
eyes, the buoyant start of his heart, can he bet
ter imagined than described. He folded Ids
arms a hi Napoleon, looked into the Colonel’s
face to see if he really meant it, then with a
“thankee” that spoke volumes, he turned and
left the room.
Colonel Farrow said he was married once
and “knew how ’twas himself.”
■ lie illegal I tn>.
The live negroes, Lake Crol, Fred Stubbs,
Gabriel Walker, Hurry Wood and Ben Sanders,
urreated yesterday for illegal voting, were
turned over by the police this morning to the
United States Deputy Marshal, Seifert, who
carried them before, the United States Commis
sioner. A rumor got out in some way that the
United States authorities had taken the prison
ers from the State authorities. Upon hearing
this, Judge Cole instructed Solicitor General
Crocker to Inquire into the matter, who did so,
anil was proceeding to get indictments against
them, the Court then being in session. Dis
trict Attorney Farrow, to avoid a collision of
authorities, went to the Court room and point
ed out the United States laws, to the Solicitor
General, giving exclusive jurisdiction to the
United States Courts. The Solicitor then
pointed out the law to the Court, when all steps
in the State Court were suspended. Tho So
licitor was then invited by the District Attorney
to appear and join him in the prosecution of
the prisoners before the Commissioner at 3 P.
m. , promising to let the Solicitor control the
prosecution. The Solicitor declined, saying he
wns too full of business. Tims the matter
A Supposed l use ol’ tl>e Horse
A sensation was created at the corner of
Cherry and Third streets this morning by what
many bystanders pronounced a genuine case of
the horse disease.
Some ten days ago, M. C. E. Small, who re
sides two and a half miles from Macon, on the
Clinton road, received a liorse from Indiana.
On last Saturday morning he noticed that he
was not well—that lie was slobbering at the
moutli, coughing, and giving other signs, as if
choked. He doctored him for that without re
lief, and yesterday rode him to town. But
this morning he was much worse than ever.
We saw him at Hull’s corner. He was then
emitting copious discharges of white foam
from the mouth and uostrils, was very dull, and
showing other signs of the horse disease. There
were two or three hundred people around him,
all of whom, with two or three exceptions,
pronounced it a genuine ease of the great mal
ady now prevailing among the horses of the
The Mayor peremptorily ordered the nnimal
taken from the city, which was immediately
complied with. We trust this was not a real
case of the disease, but the evidence is strong
that it was.
A Wonderful Nuccc**.
The elforts of the publishers of the Savan
nah Daily Advertiser in giving the public alow
priced daily have been crowned with remarka
ble success, and in addition to the daily,
Messrs. Beard & Kimball are now publishing
a magnificent weekly containing thirty two
columns of reading matter. There are few
weeklies in the country which surpass it, while
it Is the lowest priced first-class paper in Geor
gia, being mailed for one dollar and fifty cents
per annum. We can safely recommend it to
Carlos still keeps the freshest fish, the finest
oysters, the coldest ice, the yellowest oranges,
the reddest apples, the Irisbest potatoes, the
genuincst cigars, the sweetest French candy,
the goodicst groceries and the best place in
town to buy your groceries at. tf
Luncti at regular lunch hour", Free Soup,
Tomandjerry, Hotpunchcs, and ( ineinnati Ea
ger Beer at Ullman’s Isaacs House Saloon.
Fresii every Morning.—A few fine Ten
nesse shoata, superior pork sausages, made
from the same. The finest of Tennessee beef,
mutton, &c., in fact every thing that is found
in a fresh meat market, can be bad K. L. Henry
it Bro’s., a few doors above the Enterprise
office. Call on them and satisfy yourself.
It Is Ai.so True.—lf you want to buy Rea
dy-mude Clothing or good Underclothing, etc.,
it will pay yon to walk up to first door above
First National Bank, Clieriy street.
tf C. 11. Baird.
■ — ■
Farrar’s Electric—Warranted to cure the
following diseases or money refunded: Dip
theria, Neuralgia, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Diarrhoe 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' 3 So.—lf you want a suit made to or
der in the best style, you will save money by
calling on (tf> C. H. Baird.
Carlos has Florida Oranges large and sweet.
HAVING recently refitted the old stanu of
Geo. I). Lawrence, near the Brown House,
I am now prepared to furnish REFRESH
MENTS to the public.
180-177 Z B. W HEELER.
Macon Lodge, No. 5, moots every Ist and i’sl
Monday night, at Masonic Hall, Cotton Avenue.
Mi/.pnh Lodge, No. 47, meets every 3d and
4th Thursday nights at Masonic Hall.
Constantine Chapter, No. 4, U. A. M., meets
every 3d and 4th Monday night at Masonic Hall.
St. Onier CoßUmuidery, No. 3, Knights Tem
plar, meets Ist Thursdays <rf each month at
Protection No. 1 meets Ist Tuesday night in
eaeli month—House Poplar st., corner 3d.
Ocmulgce No. 3 meets Ist Monday night in
each month—House on Cotton Avenue, near
Young America NoB meets Ist Monday night
in each month—House 3d st* corner Mul berry
Mechanics’ No. 4 meets Ist Monday night in
each month—. House corner llawthorue and 3d
Defiance No. 5 meets Ist Tuesday in each
month—Housed in City Hall.
Ilook and Ladder No. 1 meets Ist Friday
night in each month—House Poplar st., cor
Franklin Lodge, No. 3, meets every Thurs
day night at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Cotton Avenue.
United Brothers Lodge, Nq, 5, meets every
Tuesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Germania Lodge, No. 59, meets every
Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Macon Union Encampment No. 3, meets at
Odd Fellows’ Hall on 3d and 4th Mondays of
KNIGUTS OF PYTHIAS
Meet every Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’
Walton Lodge, No. 33, meets every Tues
day night at Progress Club Hall.
Aurora Lodge, No. 80, meets every Friday
night at their Hull in Hollingsworth Block.
Dougherty Lodge, No. 179, meets every
Monday night at Progress Club Hall.
Windsor Lodge, No. 130, meets every Thurs
day night at their Hall on Windsor Hill.
Progress Glut) meets every Sunday night at
their Hall on Mulberry street.
Hibernian Society meets Ist Tuesday in each
mouth at No. 3 Engine House.
Malachi Lodge, No. 140, I. O. B. 8., meets
second and fourth Sundays in each month.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers meets
every Wednesday night at the Passenger Depot.
Visiting brethren welcome.
Episcopal- —Christ Church, Ilev. it. Johnson,
Rector—Walnut st., between 3d and 3d. Ser
vices 10 1-3 A. M. and 8 p. m.
St. Paul’s Church, Rev. 11. K. Rees, Rector
—Vineville. Services 11 a. m. ; sp. M. Chil
dren’s Service; ti p. m. Evening Prayer.
St. Barnabas, services by the Rector of Christ
Church, at SP. m. Near Macon & Brunswick
Railroad Frcigtit Depot.
Catholic —St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. L. D.
Ba/.in. Mass 7A. M. ; High Mass 10:00 a. m. ;
Vespers 4 1-3 P. M.
Jh't^byUriav —Mulberry St. Church, Rev. C.
B. Vaughn, pastor. Services 10 1-3 a. m. and
8 p. M.
Windsor Hill Church, Rev. Wm, McKay,
pastor. Services semi-monthly.
hraelUiih Synagogue— J. TI. Hertz, President
Near Ist Baptist Church. Services Friday eve
ning and Saturday morning.
JJaptist —Ist Baptist, Rev. W. 11. Mclntosh,
pastor —2d Street, between Cherry and Poplar.
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 8 1-4 p. M.; Sunduy
scliool 4 1-2 p. m.
Second Baptist, Rev. James Mclirvde, pastor
—near Findlay’s Foundry. Services 101-2 a. m.
and 8 p. m.
Mission Chapel, Windsor llili, supplied from
the city churches.
Methodist Episcopal —Mulberry Street, Rev.
J. O. Brandi, jjastor—Mulberry st., comer Ist.
Services at 10 1-12 A. M. and 8 p. M.
First Street Church, Rev. W. W. Ilicks, pas
tor—lst street, between Oak and Arch. Ser
vices 101-2 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Vineville Church, supplied from the city
East Macon Church, Rev. J. W. Burke, pas
tor. Services 10 1-2 a. m. and 4p. m.
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mercury, or any
injurious mineral substance, but is
l*S icc t t TEUETABLK.
For FORTY YEARS it lias proved its great
value in all diseasesof the Liver, Bowels and
Kidneys. Thousands of the good and great
in ail 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 the whole sys
tem. SIMMON’SLIVER REGULATOR
knowledged to have no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never uni
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 body.
Bucli signal success hus attended its use, that
it is now regarded as the
Greut I’nl'iiilincr Specific
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundice, Billious attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOUR
STOMACH, Heart Buna, &c., <fec.
Regulate the Liver and prevent,
4 1111.1.S A\l I'I.YIIK.
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured by
.1. ii. zi:ii.i:> a. < <>.,
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price 81 per package; sent by mail, postage paid,
81.25. Prepared ready for use in bottles, $1.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
all Counterfeits aud Imitations.
To tile lltisincss .Men ol'.ll run
THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulates exclusively in Dougherty. Mitchell,
Lee. Baker and Worth Counties.
The wealthiest Cotton growing Bcction
Im the t>eat Advcrtiaing Medium in South west
CAREY W. STYLES, Proprietor.
Call at S. T. &B. P. Walker 1 * this evening,
if you want such things as choica Tennessee
Beef, Pork, Sausage, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ap
ples, Oranges, B.omauus, Malaga Grapes, or
anything else In the fancy or family grocery
petl7-tf 8S CUBRUV St.
No more blowing about your Ferreotypea.
Brown tuis just received the best and largest
Ferrcotype machine that ever came South.—
Call at No. 8 Cotton Avenue, if you want good
pictures. Old Cameras for sale—dltlTrcnt size*.
FINANCIAL A COMMERCIAL.
Dully Kevlew of tho Market.
Office Macon Daily Enterprise, I
Novejuber 6—3 o'clock, F._M. j
Cotton.—Report for 34 hours, sinco 2 P. M.
yesterday. Sold 72 bales : shipped 81) hales.
Received 408 halos.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1872
Received last 24 hours 40$
Received previously 21,894—23,302
Total receipts 32,714
Snipped last 34 horn's 80
Shipped previously 10,206 —16,855
Stock oil hand this evening 5,350
Market active 17 1 j.
MACU.H I* It lit 10 tIKHILVr.
08NABURGS—No. 1 16
No. 2 14
MilledgevilleN’o. 2 14
MACON SHEETING 13>tf
Waymanville Sheeting 11
Houston Stripes 13JS£al5
Columbus Stripes 15al8
High Sliool Stripes 16
Montour Shirting—% lOjaf
Factory Sewing Thread 60
YARNS- 1 60
GRlTS—per bushel 185
OATS—per bushel 00a05
FIELD l’EAS—per bushel ——
Tennessee 1 01a2 00
Clover 1 00
PE AN U TS—per bushel... 150
POTA I'OES— Planting
Table use 3 50u4 00
BUTTER—Goshen No. 1 per lb 43u44
Goshen No. 3 per II) 25
Tennessee No. I “ 8J
Tennessee No. 2 “ 30
COFFEE—Itio per II) 23a25
Java peril) 80aS3
CHEESE —Best Cream per lb.. 171,j
New. York per 1b... 15
MOLASSES —N. O. Syrup per gal. 05
“Georgia” per gal.. 70
Sugar House 35
8Y1U! PS—Golden Drips, per gal... <SOa76
Medium per gal 05
Ordinary per gal 55
BUG AR—“ A ” per lb 13)^u
White Extra “C" 18a
New Orleans (hlids) 10*12%
Yellow C 12%u
Port! Rico IVMV/.
POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 35
Orange Mills 7 00
BROVI9IONB, GRAIN, GROCERIES, Ac.
BACON—Clear-rlpbcd Sides (smokd).. 13
llAMS—Magnolia S. C., canvassed... lOJjuOO
Tennessee, plain-cured > 18al8%
White Bellies lOftlOW
PORK—Pickled, mess 18 00
New, mess 10 00
Pickled, rumps 15 00
BULK MEATS—Cask Sides
LARD—Prime Leaf, Tierces 1 lull ]/,
FLOUR- -Low superfine per bhl u 7 00
Standard superfine.. 8 50
Extra 0 00
Family 10 00
“ W.yleys X X X .V ,
Georgia Mills ) II 5(1a13 00
llyacintho 0 50
“Domestic” 13 00
Star of Beauty 11 00
Belle of Georgia 1100
Pride of Dixie 12 00
Silver Lake 13 00
CORN —White per bushel 05
Mixed per bushel HKa'.K)
SHOT—Per sack 3 00
CRACKERS—Butter per Hi 09
Pic Nic 10
CANDY—New York per lh 18
M. It. Rogers & Cos I S
BLACKING —No. 1 per gross 5 00
No. 2 a 6 00
No. 3 7 00
SODA—Bi-Carl), per lh 9alo
POTASH—Per lb lOall
SOAP —Turpentine per lh 6 1-2
Toilet per doz 75al 20
YEAST POWDERS—Preston and
Merrill’s per doz. 1 75a2 25
Hereford's 2 00
TOBACCO—Choice Chewing per lb 75
Choice Smoking 1 25
ClGAßS—lmported per thousand 75 OOaISO 00
Domestic 15 OOafiO 00
SNIJFF—Scotch per lh 78
PIPES—Per box 2 50a4 50
MACKEREI No. 1 kits 2 25a2 50
No. 2bbl 13 50a14 00
No. 2 kits 1 70
No. 3 bids—lurge. .11 50a12 50
No. 3 kits 1 50al 70
WHITE FISH—Half bid 7 50u9 00
CANDLES—Best Star (full w’t)... 21%a22
EGGS—Per doz 85
CHICKENS—Per doz 3 005 00
SALT—Virginia per sack 2 10a2 15
Liverpool 2 25
HIDES—Dry flint 14ul0
SWEET POTATOES 1 60
WHISKY—Commou Rye., 1 05al 10
. Dundee 17
.. . Eureka 10
■ Ailgator “9%
Treasurer’s Office, )
Savannah, Griffin <fc North Ai.a. It. it. r
Macon, Oa., Oct. 4, 1872. )
rpjfE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
X- this Company, for the election of Presi
dent and Directors to aerve for the ensuing
year, will be held at the Court-house in New
nan, Coweta county, mr Thnrsday, the 7th day
of November next. MILO S FREEMAN,
oct4-lm Hedy and Treas’r.
Notice to the Tax Payers
of Bibb County.
rpilE TAX BOOKS for the collection of State
i. and County Taxes for 1872, are now open
at the office of Collins A lleatb, lieal Estate
and Insurance Agents, No. 698econd street.
F. M. HEATH,
oetlS-tfeod. Tax Collector Bibb county.
J. .1. A Hit AM N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
15134 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to and
money remitted gt once. O. Box 7.
Savannah Steamship laua,
IOW rates of freight and insurance. T'ii K
j class passenger accommodations. Orde.il
your goods shipped by “Boston and Savannah
Steamship Line,” and avoid all delay and extra
handling. RICHARDSON A BARNARD,
Agent, Savannah, Uu.
F. NICKERSON A CO., Agent*,
J. A. MERCIER,
Iff SI IIA V STREET,
Bet. Whitaker and Barnard SL, Savannah, Ga.
All orders wilt receive prompt attention. Con
signments of all kinds respect fully solicited.
boat & McKenzie,
Cotton an 1 Commission
108* Hay Ntrc“*l, Sat n nil ill*, <>.
MEYER, COHEN <fe CO..
yvuoi.gsai.k m:ai kks in
Boots and Shoes,
49 UroiiKhton W.,Su vanimli, <
Merchants supplied at, New York Market
A. S. AI,DE\ A 11110.,
Dealers in FrnltH, Fish anil Produce, j
No. 95 Buy St., Bavunnuh, On.
Conslgiiinen ts solid ted.
Orders promptly attended to. 1:71-Too
E. D. SMYTHE.
■ VII’OKII.K OF CltOCkliltV,
Uliixswnre anti Chian,
And Dealer 111 House Furnishing Goods,
143 Congress and 141 St. Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, GA. 131-200
F. W. SIMS tto CO:,
Colton Fuctoitt anti CJeiiei'lll
NAVANN AII, GLOUUIi.
Bagging and Ties supplied at. market prices.
Advances made on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. LllvjOi)
A. 11. CHAMPION. GEO. <’■ I'KKKMAN.
ni t,ui>io> a nu:i:nAK,
Corner Bay and Drayton Streets,
L. N. WHITTLE. GEO. W. UUSTIN.
ivmmi: .V GI MTI.Y,
ATTORNEYS. Ac.. AT LAW,
NO. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
J NO. YV. CAMERON A CO.,
A first class house in every respect,
THE nUzUIIIiH WEEKLY.
TT in universally conceded that advert wing i
A a necessity to success in business; it in also
conceded, by the shrewdest business men, that
newspapers are tho host medium for reaching
ail parties whose trade Is desired.
THE MON ROB ADVERTISER
reaches more of tlie people trading witli Ma
con than any other journal published in the
country; it is, therefore, tho bent medium of
communication with tho planting interests.
We will be happy at any time to furnish refer
ences to leading merchants hero and elsewhere,
who will testify to the fact that they have re
ceived orders for goods from parties who read
their cards in The Aducrther. In fact, many
who have availed themselves of its columns,
candidly say that its value exceeds thut of all
other journals in which they arc represented.
The Advertiser lias the fresh ness of youth and
the ripeness of ago, and is therefore deservedly
CHARACTER OF ADVERTISEMENTS
No advertisements are admitted which are
not believed to be above question and of real
value, and from parties so unquestionably re
liable that the readers of The Advertiser will lie
safe in ordering them from any distance. To
our readers, the fact of its appearance hero lias
all the weight of endorsement and authority
Address, JAB. P. IIAKUIHON,
Man Mill Enterprise,
W. WATKIN HICKS, Editor.
ON or about the fln-t week in October,
we will Issue from tills ofllce the first mini-
Larne, Live, Weekly Paper!
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i. CLARKE BWAYZE, i BlbbConuty <
vs J-October 'term, 1871.
NINA SWA YZE. j Libel for Divorce.
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4 extract from the Minutes of Bibb Su-
JfcSowt A. B. ROSS, Den. Clerk.
.July 17, 1879. 86-lw4ta
FRESH STOCK! ~
SIGN OF THEi“COLDEN:HOC.”
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Have now In shire a fie-h Stock of Gouda, uud Invite the attention of the Public.
100,000 pounds BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS, direct'.hem thr l'uebtiv.
35 tierces of the genuine “MAGNOLIA" HAMS.
20 tierces PURE LEAF LARD.
5,000 bushels WHITE AND MIXED CORN.
3 CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WIIEAT.
500 Rolls BAGGING, weighing 3, ’4 pounds to the Yard.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
25 Buga Choice RIO COFFEE.
50 Dbln. SUOAII of various gnied*.
Choice WESTERN HAY, fresh Water Ground MEAL, WHEAT BRAN, LIVERPOOL mid
We have now a good Stock, and respectfully Invite the attention of all who desire to par
chase goods In our line.
Entire satisfaction Lh guaranteed to our custonipm.
PieiiHO rail on u/i at,
§3 Third Street, Macos, Ga., Sip of tie "Golden Hei,"
AND HIS CHARMING WIFE I
r I MI AT all-important event, the election, having punned away, and the 44 timed that tried ineiT*
I houlh ” have merged into the 44 piping time* of peace"; und Winter has been ushered In
among twitter of birds and music of the leaves as they fall to the ground ; and the Bummer hav
ing faded away and tho weather reduced to Homcthing agreeable, I have to announce to iny nu
merous and beloved patrons that I have recently returned from an extended trip to New Yerk,
Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie and Weehassan, and other celebrated markets, where I purchased,
und liuyo now in ray store, the largest lot of
Ever brought to Macon, consisting In part of Hugar, Coffee, New York Canvassed Ilams and
Hmikfust Bacon, Lurd, Rutter. Canned Fruit, Jellies, Hckies, Raisins, Nats, Apples, Lemons,
Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers. Cheese, Spieed Hams, Kolognu Bausages, and—-well, H
would take me all day to write what J have got, and It would fill this paper 60 full that Smith
wouldn’t have a local for a week. It is utmost unnecessary for me to mention the fact that lam
prepared, as ever, to supply Oysters and Bhclldlsh of all kinds, from a Crab to a Greeley oyster.
Hie finest Fish, fresh und on Ice, is kept by me, and sold at living rates.
In view of the fact that the people of Macon, and those visiting Macon, are determined to cut
whether they get anything good or not, I have prepared myself for the emergency, by making
ample arrangements to have my
Siipplli il witli tho very host this find other markets ean ufiord. That popular dish, "Birds ou
Toast” belnjf my own invention, the people can always Und the nm at my restaurant. To
gether with my polite corps of waiters, tills branch of my business will receive the patronage
of ulI of my old customers, uud, 1 hope, many new ones. My rcstanrant Is, ns Is well known,
supplied with the very best
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
Hint could he found. Therefore, gentlemen und ladles, having laid before you what I have on
blind, and wishing you all the host luck and that I cun suit you in your purchases from me I
must close this letter. If at any time I can serve you, you huve hut to command me or my
corps of attentive and obliging clerks, and you will ho mndo happy. Thanking you for past
favors, I urn tenderly yours,
W. P. CARLOS.
WINSHIP & CALLAWAY,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST
IN THE STATE,
50 Second Street, Maeon. Oeortf*®*