|BLks, Wing & Smith, Proprietors,
(( TermN ol* NiibX'fiptloß :
. Year $ ®
ve Months - 00
\inniMy in advance.
o city subscribers by the mouth , Seventy-five
1-. served by curriers.
FOR MAYOR OF MACON,
J.QN. W. A, H U FF.
ricovi Ai.i. i iii: uokm).
The Louisiana Tims.
isw Orleans, November 25.—Cross
■junctions have been filed to delay the
liflieial report, but the Governor appears
to have atFairs in his otvn hands. The
Other returning board have not the ballots
entire The fusion ticket, except Morell
tul Darnell, seems to have majoiitieß.
Great Fire ia Flica.
Utica, November 25.—Reynolds Kro
iers‘ shoe factory was burned to-dtv with
los§ of $140,000 to $150,000.
A Big Stvindle.
Newport, November 25.—Oliver
lead, banker, was swindled out cf $17.-
0(1 by bogus Central Pacific income
Cincinnati, November 25.—The Union
lank of Marietta, Ohio, lias suspended
aymeut —being the result, it is believed i
jeru, of complication growing out of the
uspension of .1 i’ Culler, announced yes- i
itiiulayS Doings in Am Fork.
New York, November 25. — A drunk
a affray between the roughs and thieves
[)ok place yesterday at the corner of l’el
amand Cherry streets ll relieved the
K (immunity of two scoundiels,
August StandoHger, proprietor of a res
Miurant corner of liroadway and Broad
Streets, is missing.
f Robert R. Morton, mileage clerk of the
plorris and Essex Railroad, is missing.
I Anthony Eaton, assailed by a target
■party, is dying.
Starvation ia China.
I Shanghai advices report multitudes are
Idying of starvation in Corea.
Boston, November 25—Steamer Bata
! via rescued the crew of the dismantled
and water-logged bark Charles Ward.
She encountered a hurricane in latitude
| forty-nine, longitude forty one. Eleven of
her crew were drowned."
Decision in Bankruptcy.
Milwaukee, November 25.—. fudge
.Miller, of the United States Court for the
Eastern District of Wisconsin, has decided
that a bankrupt cannot sell his homestead,
and claims bis store and lot should be do
livered to the bankrupt’s creditors.
Horse Disease Aiming: I lx* Wild
The horse disease is abating. Reports
from the northern and western parts of
Wisconsin say a large number of deer are
dying, apparently from the same disease.
To Abolish flic Slave Trade anil
Steal tlie Country.
London, November 25.—The Yautie
and Colorado, with the British steamship
Breton, with n promise of support from
the Khedive of Egypt, will form an expe
dition against the slave trade at Zanzibar.
The Khedive proposes to anticipate the
expedition by siezuresof the lake region
of the Nile.
Washington, November 25.—General
Irwin McDowell succeeds General Meade
as Major General.
General McDowell will be assigned to
the command of the department of the
t oil h.
Hancock, will command the Atlantic
division, vacated by Meade's death.
Terry succeeds Hancock in command
of the department of Dakota.
McDowel's headquarters will be at Lou
All the Cabinet officers are here.
Paymaster Hodge, who was convicted
by court-martial embezz.ling nearly half n
million and sentenced to ten years, has
been pardoned. The facts seem to show
that Paymaster Hodge was tripped into
The reports that Mr. Greeley’s Mind is
lifsjpted are not corrobated by his friends.
They have not authorized the statement
I’hillips has qualified as Solicitor Gen
The Supreme Court.
In the Supreme Court, in Delmo against
the Merchants’ Mutual Insurance Compa
ny, from the Supreme Court of Louisiana,
it was held, upon the authority of the
Constitution of Louisiana to render a con
tract void because it was based upon
Confederate money as its consideration,
the Court below found that Delmo had
the prior claim to a certain fund, but that,
as the consideration on which he estab
lished his claim was Confederate money,
it failed, and the insurance company,
whose claim was subsequently made but
was baaed on a valid consideration, was
entitled to the fund. This Court says, in
substance, that if the judgment below had
decided that the contract underlying Dcl
mo's claim was void from the policy ex
tended at the time, there would have been
no question for revision here ; but, as the
judgment is based upon a provision of the
Constitution of the State framed after the
contract waa made, which declares all
contracts void which are founded upon
consideration of Confederate money, it
"hi have to be revised, as having sus
tained a law pregnant to that clause of
the federal Conslilution prohibiting the
States from making any law which shall
impair the obligation of contracts.
Tom Scott's Connections.
The removal of rails by the District
with the all rail connection here of the
Baltimore and Potomac road, running in
connection with the Pennsylvania Central,
or lom Scott’g continuation.
The Alabama Legislature.
Montgomkbt, November 25 -Gover
nor Lewis and the other newly elected
btate officials assumed office this morning,
ihe Legislature then adjourned until to
Kellogg vs. Warinoutli.
New Orleaxs, November 25.—1n the
rederal Court, in the caae of Kellogg vs.
Wartnouth, two h.ura’ argument were
made and the papers ordered printed
Raleigh. November i'.Y—A resolution
to investigate the August election passed
several readings. A Conservative caucus
nominated Governor Vance for the Sen
ate. The ballots will commence to morrow
New Haven. November 25.—About
two hundred and fifty shooting stars.which
were probably fragments of Biela’s comet
were seen here last nigh by Professor
Newton, of Yule College. They radiated
from Gemma and Romcdns. Possibly
more of them may he seen this evening
The steamer 11. M. Sill-eve was burned
at Chester. No lives were lost.
Memphis, November 25. —It has been
raining since last night and scared}' a
horse is on the streets. Ox teams get a
dollar and twenty-five cents per bale for
hauling cotton. Some few horses have
Selma, November 25. —The malady is
here. Fifty cases are reported. The
type is mild.
Storm al J*e
London. November 25. —A storm in
the English Channel destroyed many ves
sels and lives The wealln-r 1 d(iv is
tempestuous, and more disasu-rs aye re
ported. The steamer Nevada put hack
the second time with damaged mudiinery.
Airiatcd for lliifli Treason.
Rome. November 25 —Five persons ■
who were prominently connected with die !
Government, who held a Radical meeting
in this city yesterday, have been arrested |
and will be tiled on the charge of high j
A case tilled with Ursine bonds, des
tined for Rome, lias been seized by the
police at a railway station in Leghorn.
GhaiiKarnier as President.
Paris, November 25. —It is announced
that Ihe members of the Right in the Na
tional Assembly have selected Gen. Clian
garnier as their candidate for President in
the event of the resignition of Thiers.
London, November 25.—Special dis
patches from Paris to the London even
ing papers report that the situation is
gloomy. The majority in the Na'ional
Assembly, it is stated, baa declined to al
ter the position it lias taken, and a com
promise of the differences between the
executive and legislative departments of
the government is regarded as improbable.
THE MAYORALTY QUESTION.
Macon, Ga., Nov. 2G, 1872.
Editors Telegraph and Messenger :—l
read iu your paper of the 24th instant, an
editorial leader by the senior on the sub
ject of the municipal election, in which
he said :
"The situation is a peculiar one. Yet
it is a fact that upon his last exhibit of the
financial management and condition of the
city—meauing Mayor Huflf—some one
hundred and twenty of our leading busi
ness firms representing, in themselves and
connections, we dare say, about five hun
dred voters, addressed him a communica
tion through the public prints, asking him
to become a candidate for re-election and
impliedly pledging him their support
without reserve. It is not to be supposed
that one of these signets will turn their
backs on this, their own voluntary tender,
under any circumstances ! So far as they
were concerned it was a nomination which
bound them, and was bo pronounced and
treated by this paper at the lime.'’
You farther said : "Thier is our old
friend, ex-Mayor Collins, who is pressed
by the Democracy for a nomination ; and
to complete the view of the situation, it is
beyond doubt that the colored people will
concentrate in favor of Huff. Now
with this view of the field, we appeal to
Mr. Huff s Democratic opponents, what
can be gained by the nomination of Col
lins V On the other hand, what is to be
lost by such an ill-timed and ill-condi
tioned canvass ? We answer, Democratic
harmony. The harmony of the tax pay
ers and whites of the city, which is more
precious to us than anything in connec
tion with politics. What a misfortune it
will he if our intelligent and patriotic
whites get themselves into an active and
excited canvass and go out among the
colored peoplo (or voles. Can anybody
think of such a thing without shame ?
You also state that “Mayor Huff was
originally brought out by general sugges
tion, and no Democrat or Conservative
took any exceptions to it. This is no
time for conventions, hut Mr Huff though
a Democrat, was brought out as an inde
pendent candidate the first time, and we
understand him to occupy the same posi
tion now, in appealing to the people for a
general endorsement of his administration.
So much to express our views with perfect
Now, in answer to the above, permit me I
to offer a few thoughts and facts. First, a
simple statement of the city debt with the
amount of money disbursed by Huff s ad
ministration for two years, witli increase
of debt during liis administration, from
the various balance sheets now on file at
the City Treasurer’s office.
Whole amount of debt above available
assets when Mayor Obear left office,
$509,717.29. The debt will he on the 30th
of December next, over all available as
sets, $737,604.29. Add to this the in
crease ot taxes that have been added and
have been collected, and are now due and
being collected by Ilufl s administration,
in excess of the rate of taxes charged and
collected by Obear's administration, which
is about as estimated, $65,000. The in
crease of debt will be $292,947 00.
Hut Mayor Huff says in ills report you
refer to : "By the above it will be seen
that onr debt is only $9,000 larger than
when the present Council came into
I office.” Thus you will see, there is a dif
! ference botween him and I, of $283,947 00,
and I here state that my figures are cor
rect, and I am willing—not only willing,
but anxious—to meet any man or set of
men. at the City Treasurer's office, and in
vestigate this whole matter as to correct
ness of statements made. There have
been, and will he, estimating the expense
account for the balance of this and next
month, as they are now accruing, spent by
Huff's administration for two years $610,-
132 09. Deduct from this the floating
debt, Obear’s administration of $149,000,
which leaves $176,132 09, disbursed by
HutTs administration on their own ac
count. Divide this by two, which gives
as the expenditures for one year of Huffs
administration, $238,066 04. As shown
at the City Treasurer’s office the incomes
of the city for this year will be, from all
sources. $152,345 50, which will leave
MACON, GA„ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2(1, 1872.
a deficiency of $85,720 54 as against all
ordinary incomes. Mr. Ilutf, in bis
report, says lie sold city property and
bonds of all kinds to the amount of
$103,0(17. 1 say he lias sold city property
and securities to the amount of slG(>,-
•14 t 45, thereby showing a discrepancy in
his favor, in tills one single item, of $(13,-
57(1 45. Increase of taxes on merchants
and business men as proposed by Hulf for
next year is fifty per cent, over the pre
sent rales, hence I preen me the reason why
business men and tax payers endorse
and advocate him so strongly for re
election. This will make the incomes of
Ihe ciiy from all sources, as shown by
Huff for next year $1(10,000. Average ex
pense account of Huffs administration for
each year,*wil! be $238,001) 04. Deduct
increased incomes, as proposed for next
year of SIOO,OOO, which will leave a de
ficiency of s7B,Odd 04. Will you, friend
Clisby, or Mayor Huff, or any other gen
tleman show iiow this deficiency is to be
met? Not by what is proposed to he done
in the future, by economy, hut by what is
now being done by Huff s administration.
As there is now no other city property or
stocks to be sold or peddled out at Augus
ta or elsewliai'e, what other or new source
of revenue will you point us to in order to
meet current expenses ? So much for the
showing that procured the signatures of
Ihe business men u id tax payers.
Now let us examine as to some of the j
oilier facts in the premises: 1 charge Mayor ;
llulf as being prominent in getting lip this
project ii his behalf, himself; and as to
their impliedly pledging him their support j
by this published card, I should think this
was quite true, and the implication is as j
vague as one Coil'd possibly imagine. Gen- j
tlenien dislike to refuse to sign these peti- i
tious when called on ; lienee, when they !
have done so they think it no pledge at all
You say, •* so far as they were con
cerned. it was a nomination.” One of
these told me that he signed it to save his
negro trade. This was certainly very
Democratic ; and another told me he would
sooner have endorsed it to have had him
hung. You said your paper treated it as
a nomination at the time. Of course you
did. It was to your interest to do so, to
which J have no objection, if you will only
keep faith with your readers and let them
so understand. lam well aware you are
publishing your paper to make money,
and wish you every success lam per
fectly willing for you to adovacate the
cause of any candidate you please, and
only ask a place in your widely circula
ted columns, occasionally,to give views on
like sobjects ; but think, when you es
pouse the cause of a candidate, and in
stead of his writing his own communica
tions you do it for him, in all candor, you
ought to so state it. Why did not his
Honor’s article appear with on the
24th inst? I suppose you advised differ
You spoke of your old friend Collins,
who is pressed by the Democrats for nom
ination. This I do most emphatically
deny. That is-, that Stephen is old; hut
is young, fine and forty—a widower, and
marriageable. Why should ho not have
a Democratic nomination ? Friend Huff
has the Radical nomination, and I cannot j
see where he b to get a nomination unless
he receives one at the hands of the Dem
ocrats. You say “beyond doubt the col
ored people will concentrate on Huff.”
You farther remarked, "What is to be
gained by the nomination of Collins ?” Ii
answer, just this, and nothing more : The j
Democrats will have a candidate of their j
own whom they can elsct without a doubt. [
There will be more colored men vote for i
a good, honest, open Democrat than will j
vote for a white man who goes to them
for office, saying “I am a Radical,” but
when lie meets white folks, “I am a Dem
ocrat.” This Mr Huff may not do ; but, if
not, his actions are so much the worse. You
say, “On the other hand, what is to be lost |
by such an ill-timed and ill-conditioned
canvass ? Wc answer, Democratic harmo
ny.” Now, my dear sir, if you can show
me how the Democratic party is to har
monise by allowing an individual who
boasts lie never attended a Democratic
meeting in his life, tuke the nomination of
the Radical party, run without opposition,
be elected, take office and manage the af
fairs of the city, you will have shown mo
something I had never expected to see.
You say, “what a misfortune it would be
if the white folks and tax-payers get exci
ted and go among colored voters election
eering against each other.” I wonder you
have not discovered this objection to friend
Huff doing this same thing for the last five
or more years. Understand me, I make
no objection myself; but I expect to elec
tioneer with my colored friends whenever
I get into politics, if I ever should, and I
desire this very sort of canvassing. Why do
I ? Because this is the only way to break
up thase cheats of white men who im
pose on the colored people, and let them
see that they can vote and have their
rights and dues witli the whites. 1 here
state, if there had been a canvass of this
kiad two years ago, we should have had
no riots then, in my opinion, and I now
believe had there been no designing white
men in Macon, tampering with the credu
lous colored men, there would have been
no riot or intimidation at the late election
in this city. To all such as think .Jeff
Long was blamable for these riots, I beg
them to disabuse their minds on the sub
ject. He was not. I know whereof I
speak. I wish it here understood, that I
do not approve of the proposed Demo
cratic nomination, but want opposition
to the present administration, for we can
not live under it for two years more. —
You spoke of the shame of electioneering
with the colored men. Don't you think
you unintentionally hit friend Hull a
lick in the dark. You state “Huff was
first brought out by general .consent ”
In this you are certainly mistaken. His
first appearance and presentation as a can
didate was with a few velocipedes and
cheap tin horns, with which he fool
ed the freedmen and Battered and cajoled
the young white men into his support,
for which cheat on the one part and van
ity on the other, tire business men and
tax payers of Macon have paid and have
I got to pay about $200,000. I had liked
: to have forgotten to mention the fact that
! these same tin horns discourse fine mu
sic at the Park on Hunday for which our
[ worthy .Mayor pays liberally from the
public cribs. Oh 1 This music is so de
lightful f It adds so nU ;h to the solem
nities and sacred ness of tire Sabbath M e
ought to feel under great and lasting obli
gations to our worthy, enterprising and
go-ahead My>r for this great improve
ment in Sabbath keepings.
B. B. IlAKrtEi.n.
This uncivil Ik’d Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mkimtky, or any
injurious mineral substance, but is
For FORTY' YEARS it has proved its great
value in all diseases of the Livisit, Bowels and
Kidneys. Thousands of the good and great
in all p u ts of the country vouch for its wonder
ful and peculiar powi rin purifying the Blood.
stimulating the torpid Liver and Bowels, ami
imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole sys
tem. 81M MON’S LIVER REGULATOR isac
know led ced to have no ei|iml as a
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ted in the same happy proportion in any oli.n ,
prep ir.ition, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
u! Tonic, mi unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
■Such sigi.nl success has attended its use, that |
it is now regarded as the
Lreaf 8 iilnilaii** Speeilic
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring 1
thereof, to wit: DYBPEPBJ A, CONS'I I PA- j
TlON,.Jaundice, Billions attacks, SICK 1110 A D
ACIIK, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOl’R |
STOMACH, Heart Burn. Are., Are.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
< MBlala* FM'KM.
SUMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured bv
.1. SB. A CO.,
MACON, UA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price 81 per package; sent by mail, postage paid,
81.25. Prepared ready for use In bottles, $1.50.
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
357“ Be ware ot all Counterfeits and Imitations.
CROP OF 1872.
Clover and Crass Seeds.
j HUNT, RAN KIN A LAMAR,
146-156 82 and 84 Cherry Street.
niOW IS TIIK TIME, A!\l
ON' FOURTH STUFF,T, next door to Wil
liam A: Edwnrds, is the place to buy
Toys anil Christmas Goods.
My stor k is complct/*, and consists of r vrry
tiling in tin; Bakery and Confectionery Lino.
Wedding Parties mipplied onrcuftonnhle tr ims.
Thankful to the citizens of Macon for oast
patronage, I respectfully solicit a liberal share
for the future. Come and see iik* and I will
novls lin G. SLAUGHTER.
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NEW YORK WEEKLY NE WS,
: , York CUyTb t OffUx.
BY BREAIJ WEILIVE.
rrMIE undersigned has established a first class
1 BAKERY where onr eiti/x-rrs eari obtain
bread that is bread. My waon will supply
citizens at their residence*. 1 use only the best
flour ; and materials
a y j>
WILL KIND IT TO THEIR AD
VANTAGE TO CALL ON US
BEFORE MAKING THEIR
WE HAVE IN STORF,
100.000 LBS. MACON CLEAR R.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50,000 LBS. FLOUR, all gnules.
500 ROLLS 21 BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH, j
JOHNSON & SMITH, I
Have, and are offering at 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 .1 lull slock nl all
all goods iu our line of business,
I F lung c\periener mid :i thorough knowl
-1 edge of the business in nil if- diversified
iiranclu's are essential lot lie keeping tlint, which
the public has long heard nf hut m./c/i m u,
A uoon 110TF.1,,
the undersigned flatter themselves that they
; lire fully competent to discharge their übligit-
I Unris to their patrons; but they lire not only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
; BEST ARRANGED ani> MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FURNIBHED
house throughout, in the State, which is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have it sit
IMMRMATBI.V IN KKONT ANO AI/JACBNT TO
THE PASSENOWt DEPOT,
where travelers can enjoy the jural slirji and less
liable to he left by the pcrplexlngly constant
departure of the trains,
To all these important advantages is added
a TABLE that is well supplied with the best
and choiecbt dishes the city and country can
afford: nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politeness and iittcn
tion to guests.
For tlie truth of these statements, we refer
the public to our patrons who reside in every
; State in the Union.
F. E. BROWN A HON, Proprietors.
M l oil, Ga., April 15, 1878. 7S-104
fttuccawior to the bite firm of Smith, VVcrttcott.
A: Cos., and of Smith, MeOlublmn A: Cos.)
MANUFACTriIKU AND DKALKH IN
SADDLERY AND JIAIt.NKHH HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds,
Rl.ltliEK, fllY BA IVON, ETf„
Together with every article mindly kept In a
" saddlery bouse.
,02 ( IIIIRKV NT., JIACO.V, -
jUOII THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
laA.M I <>]\ At HATJ: ,
D'oiitTli Street, (Next Door to l.awfuii A \\ illingliain.)
A lIK prepared to furnish the trade with
ttaeot a.itiiiN. ikoyimioan. ■•■<.%.vr.vrio.A *1 i’lm.ifs, iug-
UI AG, TIKW, i:t'.,
1 'ii ms ivasonnhlc. I .Tins ms any house in Ocor rht. W'c will keep consluntly on hand, BACON:
1. Alt I), COHN, OATS, li AY, SIUJ Ait, (JOFf liK, BACCiNU end TIES, and a general assort
ment of Hiieh goods as are kept in a llrst class Grocery House, (five us u cull. We are running
cm Ii M.'l.i: IT Ol itIXC MILLS, mid
(Ilrccl-S|)oeliil attention to our “CHOICE,” “EXTItA,” “FAMILY" Flours. They will lie
found cxuetly adapted to t,hu trade, and we guamnleo every barrel to give satisfaction. Our
prices are ns low us I hose, of the same, grades can be bought in the South.
COHN MEAL, hotted and unbolted, always on hand, of our own make and of the host,
' .in. ..i—. L 1 111 i. 1 1 0.01 ii.li
11. BANDY & CO.
•sfi'c TI.V AND SHEET IRON HOOFING,
, Sf Meriiii. Pliimliliii and Repairimr,
jr'/A ' ..■.Oily 1 \
nav Y TIN AND GALVANIZED IKON CORNICES
C'._ 'i - 1 1 f , , 1 Ji (
if CjyJ/j tA Ii 1 \ Executed ut short notice and satisfaction
\ jf \ j ] guaranteed.
'x j) , ill *** 'Filled Street, tlaeuu, <>si.
1 I I’artleulnr utli.ition given to (iuttering put up
V \ with
\ ' WOODRUFF'S
v. pathv i' ■: av 1: i is riiviXbN.
IMPROVED OT GEAR.
>:’>! vr 111> < * iv 1 <z w.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
I'M IF settling of the Gin House floor Ims no etlect on the Genring. King Post, of Iron and all
.JL the work bolted to iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER GENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN' USE.
Call nml nee for yotmsclf.
I Duild a Portable Horse Power that challenges all other MAKES, but it will not do the work
with the same Draft that mv PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kinds of Mnehinery made and repaired ut
4 IMM Biiri l S IICO> WOKIiN,
108-18(1 Near Brown House, Macon Georgia.
80. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
. S. .m-W
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P TAYLOR.
Cor. Cotton Avenue un<l Clierry Street,
FURNITURE, CfflffllS, SIS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
....... . -•?£'. V/U
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
'). h . Ly Telegraph promptly attended to.
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■tf.Ol AT A. lURIHiWAA,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
(ti VICE, at entrance Balaton Hall, (.'berry
Barber Shop For Rent.
rpiip Basement room, formerly occupied by
J Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel building is
torrent This is one of the best stauds fora
Barber Shop in the city. Apply to I
,f BROWN** HOTEL.
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