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All lot*ore relating to aoborrlptum thouMbt iul
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ret m reject'd eeairmreetleathme. Il'dl authnitl
anted mien Verm, J'rorn 'll fr-rrtn of tht Vat*, to-
Me Frank .1. Hkmuhutok U our only
authorised City Agent, and ho is duly em
powered to colicit work Tor this office, and
tnbacription* to the Enterprise.
Mr. Chahi.e* L. MI7.R, book and newa
dealer, la our autliori7.ed agent in Dawson,
,1. J, TuckKm in our authorized agent at
Mr. W. S. Dkidkick. Southern Express
Company Office, in our authorized Agent
W. WATKIN UK KM. Editor.
THE 1.11T1.E until. THAT
Ilia never out of place to think, reason,
illustrate and compare.
Our lower world Invitee the ecieuliet,
and the upper world ne>|ually inviting to
the spiritual minded.
Many things, long eeciet and occult,
havehoea discovered in the depth ~f Na
ture, by the persevering, and the world's
wisdom bas been wonderfully quickened
and its knowledge extended by the pursu
ance of Its students The upper world Is
not so easy of access and ila nature, iuhab
itaata and their engagement, are yet but
vaguely directed, or ill conceived.
Death tleallhly enters a household and
carries away thedearcat of all
The human angel become* a disembod
ied spirit, and the age for blindness can
not follow its mysterious flight
Is it gone • Can it no more hear, see,
speak and enjoy, as aforetimo ?
Its chair is Tarsal in the home circle
and the uiuslc of Its voice has drnpeil out
of the evening song.
Is the chair really vacant ’
Has Its song indeed cessed, or Is it still
murmuring Its musical notes, though tin
heard by mortal ear I
The face hat paled In death, hut has it
therefore vanished foi aye, or is It look
lug dowii from out the beautiful shadows,
though human ryes see It not" *
What is the true faith! What is the
truth respecting that slate—so near as ws
sometimes feel, and yet so far, at wo make
ourselves declare It the voice between
our vision and the reality wide or narrow,
thick or thin! Can they come to us—
these spirits bright—or sr* they gone in
deed bey ond recall *
Moms such questions come to every
ooe, now and thru. Now In trouble, keep
lug company with our fears and doubts,
and now in joy, adding silver to the cloud'
and golden light to our hope* and thought
“I have called lor a private Interview,"
said Dr. Blank to us, tome yetis ago—on
• cold winter night, before our blazing
home Are "Glad to eee you, old friend
welcome." "I am *o happy, that 1 llud it
difficult to contain tuy Joy ’’ —said the Doe .
lor, "and I must tell It all to yon."
THE IHHTOIt'S •TOT.
The firs waa replenished, and our rbairs
viert brought closer. Tbe Doctor's eye*
were unusually blight, and liis voice was
aa mellow and Under us a loving woman'*
ll* began, pausing occasionally to wipe
tbe drops of Jo y a* they courted down bia
dear old flue. “Old fare !” It waa indeed
old enough in yeara, and contained many
a furrow of care and sutlrriiig, but on tbit
night, it teemed to have taken ou anew
glow, aud beamed with alight which must
have burned brightly within.
"Go on Doctor—go on "
7'*s orator 'Ever aince Mattie dird, 1
have been unhappy, tad, savage, and un
reconciled, until last night.
"Your tender discourse at her dear funer
al gave me a few crumb* of comfort, and
tent my mourning heart up to Clod, but
I suoa relapsed into haul nets and rebel
lion. I could not briug myself to feel Clod
had acted kindly by me,—l triad but could
not. I bare gained tbe victory.
“last nigbt glory came to me, not in my
dreams, but in my miduight revetiet. The
lamp waa extinguished and I sat all aloue
before tbe cheerful fire, aud wished myself
dead that 1 might tae and be with Mettle
l’reeeutly light appeared It filled the
room. It was beautiful, radiant, light—a
sweet musical light.
"1 wm greatly agitated. and turned lu arv
the wonderful visitor that filled my room,
and ao alrangely tulnltlered to my Mnaaa.
1 did not fear. I was enchanted I up
|ieee I thanked God, fur 1 felt my i>oul
riling within inr lu a gratitude that 1
uaad to feel for atrreiaa. but which latterly
I could uol command. ] ftlt that the sud
den flood of light pvrtendcd something
more. 1 was uot long kept in auapensc.
"MelUe, my golden-haired,angel .Mettle,
t ame out of the light and atood before me.
1 saw only her face at first, but that was
brighter and sweeter tbau the liglit. Her
old smile, more inlcusifled, if possible,
played upon her iealurea. ami her great
blue eyes floated out to me as they used to
do, when alic desited to assure me of her
deepest lore. Presently her bands dis
covered themselves, and were stretched
toward me. and 1 felt their soft pressure
on my hot brow,and moving dow u my old
Use as in other days. Oh, it was hearcu
ly. She S]>oke cot a word, but her aoul
revealed itaelt sufficiently. without words.
"She told me. os plainly as could the
best gifted bumeu tongue, that I did wrong
in repining, and in charging our Ilaaveuly
Father with uukindoess in taking her
from u*. Her angel face and form, the
world of light which accompanied her.
the sweat ineffable heaven crowning bn
head with glory and her face with bappi
eat smllat. reconciled me to all She is
gone yet is sbe here Mill
"You tliiuk I am a dreamer! Charge
me with wbut you will, my dear friend.
Say 1 mu superslltous. wicked possessed ;
call me by whatever name you will, hut
credit my story I / tare her ' I felt her
hands on my face, Her smiles fell on
me, and, if you could see my heart, you
would And that they have not nil with
drawn Ido not ask you for an cxpluuu
lion I care not to seek the philoeopy of
her return to me I come simply to tell
you of my joy.”
When the Doctor ceased, lean of glad
ness flowed copiously down his fare. We
prayed together—he and hit friend, tod
purled, thankful that anything could he
permitted of God to drive away the gloom
and unbelief which had well nigh wrecked
the mind of a gifted nature.
In these days of questionings and mys
teries, perhaps someone will explain this
one, and cither show that the Doctor did
not see his lovely little daughter, or that
the belief of having seen her after death
served the purpose of real vision. It
only remains for us to vouch fur the truth
of the narrative, and certify to the won
derful change in our friend.— Editor.
ikKVfomat niiirmu to-
Pursuant to a call by T U. Holt, Esq.,
President, the Central Democratic Club is
to meet at the City Hall to night, for the
purposes set forth in the call The Demo
crate and I.iberal Republicans are thereiu
invited to attend. It Is understood that
parlizan action will be taken at this meet
ing relative to themayorality in opposition
to Mr. Hull', the people's candidate already
in the field. Mr. liurflcld, in his lengthy
protest to the advice so wisely given by
the Telegraph, in its Sunday issue, and
which, by his request, we re prisluce.
iu efleet favors this parlizan action, a!
though lie b careful to disclaim the fact
in so many words ' I wish it here un
derstood that I do not approve of the pro
posed Democratic nomination, but want
opposition to the present Administration,”
etc Mr. Barfield is iu accord with the
great mass of his fellow citizens iu Hist
portion of his wish we have quoted re
tailing to the Democratic nominal ion, but
they have unmistakably signified tlieir dif
ference with him in his opposition to a
continuance of the present Administra
tion Partlzan politics have nothing
whatever to do in the matter. The people
have already spoken iu tones of approval
by calling on Mr Hull for anothsr term.
He lias responded to that call, and is In
the Held, Naught remains but for the
people to give authority to their wishes hy
electing him. which they will do.
A better era is dawning upon iu when
discordaul elements are being harmonized,
and all classes are looking higher Ilian the
cesspool of corrupt parlizan cliques to se
cure the faithful administration of our
municipal affairs Without intending in
any wsy to irflrct upon the names of any
of the very highly respected gentlemen
that ha\e been mentioned iu connection
with tho proposed Democratic nomine
lion to night, we hope to sr* wisdom con
trolling the action of Ihe Central Demo
cratlc Club, by their cheerful acquiescence
la th* action of the people already had
Tint Hill xswuk ami Ai.iiaxt Kail
noali —The Constitution of this morning
learns through wliat it regards reliable
private source that the tale of the Htuns
wick und Albany ltailroad bat been post
poned until June next. The Court hav
ing adjourned Hi* cate it will uoi be heard
uulil Kebi nary. The representative* of
foreign bond holders are expected to be in
Atlanta to-day to look tftcr the interests
A iisknt. —The Editor is temporarily ah
sent, leaving Ills duties to other hands tor
a few days.
Chanfrau is in Memphis.
John Templeton it in Kufaula
Hoi Hniith Itussel! is in Tennessee
The Tycoon Japs arc in New Orleans.
Mr*. Titus (Oates) was in Memphis yes
A panorama of “Burnt Bostou" is being
The Pomeroy -Sncdair Opera Troupe is
Ole Bull will visit Pavanuahon the 291 b
aud ,10th iust
Miss Katie Putnam, also the Chapman
Sisters, are in Richmond.
Col. Wagner's Minstrels are billeted for
The Davenport Brothers are traveling
through New York State.
Chattauooga has a coal famiuc
At Columbia, pork Is worth five cents a
About one hundred deer are daily re
ceived In Memphis by dealers in game
llristul has recovered from the small
pox scare, and there is not a case in town
The Juvenile elephant, which was sent
to iiaruum's show by express to Memphis
cut up a few caper* while ia the proccs,
sion. lie went along very quietly for
awhile, when he made a furious rush upon
a mule, and nearly made an cud of him
tieucial John C. Withers is a candi
date tor Mayor of Mobile
Germans are arriving iu Tuscumbia lu
search of land homesteads.
Six negroes consisting of one man. three
women and two children, were drowned
iu the Alabama river, about two miles
above Selma, on Friday last. Seven of
them started down the river in a little
boot . the load was too heavy, and when
about two miles bad been mads, it suuk
Only one man in the party escaped
The lioelon fire was seen sixty miles
The Treasury lepartment emplovs 1,.
Tennessee's debt increases oue million
dollars a year.
A cargo of 700 livefrtsh have been
brought from Ireland to England
No hotel, and only one church, was de- :
stroyed by the Boston Are.
AI FAIICM IN GEORGIA.
Ihe Savannah News announces the
simultaneous arrival of the horse disease
at Urunawick with that of Col Hough
ltice in Bainbridgc Alas ' for such a
bane fill result.
The Atlanta Herald has enlarged. Old
John Kobluson monopolizes the entire
third page. Sensible showman, and fat for
The death of Judge Littleberry Jack
son, of Greene county, is announced.
Mr. Edwin Martin has purchased the
Ferry Home Journal, and assumes con
trol in a very modest bui dignified saluta
Nearly all the horses at the Savannah
Club Mtables which have been sick have
recovered and will be ready for service in
a day or two. No new case* reported
Blankets should not be used on horses
s flee led with the cpizotle during the work
or exercise. Experienced horsemen claim
it aggravates tho disease Covering is
only necessary when the animal is at rest
Those who have the care of horses af
flicted with the epizooti* should he pru
dent whilst feeding them Several deaths
have been reported of persona*who have
come in contact with the virus
Tho Spanish steamship ililu, which
cleared from Savannah ou the Ist and left
Tybee on the 4th inst, arrived at Liver
pool on the 19th, making the passage
from port to port in sixteen days. This
is the quickest passage on record between
the two ports
Company 11. Thirl Artillery, at Fort
I’ulnski, having ticen relieved, left for New
York on the steamship San Jacinto Satur
It is stated that $5,00 I lias been expend
ed tiy the government iu the prosecution
ofcitiz.eus of this State for alleged viola
lions of the Enforcemont act, and yet not
a true hill was returned by tlie Grand
Members of the Folice force in Savan
nah in service lor three consecutive years
and of good standing are to have (lie left
sleeve of their coats decorated with a gold
lace stripe as a mark of honorable dis
tinction. This is right.
A colored boy named Tout, saved an
excursion train from lJainbridge to Tlioui
asville, on the Atlantic and Gulf Uailroad,
ou Mouday last, from a terrible accident,
at the risk of his life It is stated the pas
sengers made up a purse on the spot and
presented it to him.
The epizootic ytill continues in Atlanta
The character of the disease in said to be
mild, although several deaths are report
ed. Mules are not exempt
In the Fulton Superior Court, on the
25th, the application of Hoyt—recently
convicted as one of the "Slut* Hoad Bob
bers”—for n new trial, was overruled. An
order was taken suspending the execution
of ills sentence until the case Inis been
heard and determined by tin Supreme
The tobacco factory of Sinionlon, Joins
& Hatcher, located at No. 224 l’eachtree
street, Atlanta, with a large amount oi
stock was destroyed al an early hour on
tli* morning of the 25th. The laetory
w as insured fur SIO,OOO, and tin- estimated
loss of tlie firm above insurance is between
$20,000 and $25,000. The origin of the
fire is supposed to lie accidental.
About sixty thousand dollars worth of
property will be sold, at auction, iu Tal
bottou, ou tbe first Tuesday in December,
Including tbe property of Persons’ estate,
and livery stables of the late Col. W. H.
Eatontou lias shipped, since September
Ist, 2,90(1 bales of cotton.
The Circulating Library of Albany cm
tains 750 volumes.
Tbe corner stone ol llio new Masonic
Hall in Havuntiah is to be laid on the sth
The young ladies of the Girls' High
School Iu Atlanta, numbering about 150.
called ou lion Alexander II Stephens on
Friday at tlie Kimball House. Tlie young
ladies were accompanied by Mr. Mallon,
Superintendent of public schools of At
hint* One of the pupils. Miss Gartrell
daughter of Gen. Gartrell, read an appro
The ship Peter Maxwell,Captain Stilius
which arrived at Tybse yesterday from
Liverpool, brought to Savannah the ship
wrecked crew of the British btig Friend
ship.which foundered otf the coast of Eng
land. From Captain Stilius, the News
learns that tlie Peter Maxwell sailed from
Liverpool for Savannah ou tue -Ith of Oc
tober, and ou the evening of the 7th, when
between Tuskar and the small olflhe coast
of Kugland.she fell iu with the bi ig Friend
ship, Captain Bell, coal laden, bound from
Newport (Wales) for (jueeustown, in a
sinking condition. Captain S lowered a
bout aud took oil the Captain’s w ile and
one man. Captain Bell and the crew,
four men. left the brig iu their owu boat
aud reached the Maxwell in safety. The
wind shitting to the northward. Captain
Sitlius was obliged to continue on his
voyage, and brought the second party to
Savannah Wlieu last seen the brig was
still atloat, but from all appearances would
probably siuk iu a few hours
The Columbus Sun of the 25th says tlie
ltnpressiou somehow has gotten out that
less cotton has been received by river at
that place this season than the last Par
ties could not have examined the figures
published by that paper, which show that
to Friday night Columbus had received
1919—lt>7t> last year, an increase of 211
bales, and this, too, after a men lb’s less
boating than last season. The North and
South ltailroad makes a pretty good show
ing tints far ; since August Ist it Ims taken
431 bales of cotton to Columbus, exclusive
of what arrived on the 24th
Georgia has twenty four cotton mills.
Fifty-six adult persons left Atlanta yes
terday as permanent settlers iu Arkansas
Tbe North Georgia Methodist Confer
encc meets in Atlanta to morrow the 27th
Atlanta and New Orleans Shout
I.ink is now ruuuing Pullman Palace
Sleeping Care between Atlautn and New
Orleutisaud Atlanta and Vicksburg, with
trut change, and in quicker time thau lias
ever been made betwten the points desle
The city registry list in Columbus clos
ed on the evening of the 24th. The fol
lowing is the total poll Whites S4O , col
ored 425. total 1,2t<5. The poll of lsil
stood as follows Whites 032 , colored
503 , total 1,435. This shows a falling
off of 1 per cent on the white, aud 1 12
pet cent on the colored vote
The horse disease in a mild form is in
Columbus. The Sun says one of the most
iffrctual remedies vet tried ia to remove
animal* to toe piuey woods, aud there treat
At the , csidenceof C*l A. E Vickers, Lau
rens county, on the 24rti lnt., by the Kev. t.
II Godwin, Mr. Waltir F Adams and Miss
Maiiv R. Crobi.and, all of the city of Macon.
Telegraph please copy.
Wx congratulate Waiter, 'and wish him a
smooth journey through life. He and his beau
tiful bride canuow plan life’* battles together,
and enter upon the path of progress that ends
not with Ufa’s eventide. Together they can
seek the charmed avenues of culture, and
strengthened by each other, can brave the
world's frown in the rugged buthcsYcn-Ut path
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a candidate for sheriff of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody’s nomination, nov2s-td.
The friends of F, M. Calhoun announce
him us a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county,
subject to tho nomination of the Democratic
The friends of Fa i Crown announce him a*
a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bibb
Candidate eon Mayor. —The friends of
Stkpbrn Cot. i.ins respectfully announce his
name as a suitable candidate for the office of
Mayor of the city of Macon, subject to the
I Democratic nomination. r.ov.’l-td
The frieuds *f Washington I’oe, Sr., re
j spcctfully announce his name as a suitable
candidate fur Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to tlie nomination of the D> mocratic party.
The friends of Tiiadbi s U. Holt, Jr., res
pectfully suggest him as a suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb county—subject to a Dem
ocratic nomination. td
The friends of C. T. Ward announce him as
a candidate for re-election to the office of Ordi
The name of it, 11. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for Tax Collector. Mr. Cain is an old
citizen, and, at one time was collector of taxes
ilia friends hope Hint his claims will be kind
ly considered, knowing that he will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The many tiriends of Mit,o S. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate fur County Treas
A. F. Gmsox is announced as a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to tlie Democratic
nomination. nov 14 td.
Guo. F'. Cheery is announced as aeandidate
for Sheriff of Bibb county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. nov 18 td
We tlie voters of Bibb c iunty announce
Ei.i, Gross as u candidate fur Sheriff, sub
ject to the nomination of tlie Democratic
O. F. Finney is a candidate for Tax Receiv
er of Bibo County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. novl3tf
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of tlie Democratic Convention.
novlS tf B. I>. Rainey.
The friends of Muj. John A. McManus an
nounce him as a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
nov 12 tf.
The friends of Cuas. J. Williamson hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novl2-tf.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to tlie Democratic nomination.
novl” tf Felix ConruT.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to tlie Democratic nomination.
nov 12 tf. _
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our duty to
benetlt our fellow-citizens in every manner pos
sible, we have concluded to announce ourself a
candidate for tlie House, sign and ornamental
painting, subject to nothing but greenbacks or
city scrip, and pledge ourself if elected to do our
beet for ourretf, and not go back on our consti
tuents. Windham & Cos.
Under Spotswood Hotel, Macon, Ga.
nov lit tf.
VIOL R room dwelling and vacant lot,
alto, splendid well of water in the yard;
fronting on Spring and Hobo Streets, contair
iug one quarter of an acre For sale cheap.
now 35—lni. corner Third und Plum Street*.
HAK \ I.AUEK HKF.It SALOON,
ASSET'S OLD STAND.)
Opposite Medical College, Mulberry St.
' PHIS Saloon is supplied with the best Wines,
l l iquors and Cigars in tli • market, ami
sparkling I.ager Beer of superior quality. Free
lunch every day from 10 to 12 o’clock and
extra lunches served up at any hour in the day
or night. Swiss Cheese, Goose, Duck, ilain,
Salads and anything that may bo desired for
lunch. ‘ nov24-tf
RAFFLE ! RAFFLE!!
V COMPLETE Brass Band, Organ and
Mutic Box is ottered for rattle. There
are fifty eham es at $5 a chance. The organ
plays thirty six tune*. To be raffled as soon
us chances are made up. Call at B. Lowcn
thal'a saloon and take a chance.
Central Democratic Club.
1)1 RSI ANT to resolution* from the Ward
Clubs, there will be a meeting of the Cen
tral Democratic Club at the CM tv Hall on Tues
day evening the 20th Inst., at half past seven
o’clock for the purpose of ratifying the nomi
nations of the Ward l lubs, and such other
business as ruav come before the meeting. The I
Democrats and Liberal Republicans of the city
art requested to attend.
T. G. HOLT, Jr , Pros’t
L. Kir ley. Secy. nov3B*Bt.
V. If. M CE, Proprietor.
1 BOARD PER DAY $3.00.
V THREE room honse nearly now, : a. re
lot, cwxt fencing and splendid well of
| water in the yard, on the Houston road near
; Judge Wilkinson's, w ill tie sold at auction on
; the iSth day of Ne.v . if not sold previously at
! private sale. One-third cash, balance in'six
and twelve months, with To jht cent, interest
A cood chance for a cheap bora
To be sold on the premises between three
and four o’clock.
R 1„ HENRY, Poplar St
Telegraph copy. 4 liovlY-td.
DK. B. ft'. GNIGG4.
Otvß'E ovei M. R. Rogers A Cos., Con■
Residence, I'lura street, opposite George S. !
Obear s. ocl 2-lm.
DR. WRIGHT, *
HAS removed to HoardmauV Block, >vcr '
Pendleton tV: Ko-s’, corner Mullicrrv and
Second *ta., Macon, B.t
ire.7 . 1 :i.
Te Tai Payers of Blit Cmly.
I GIVE notice Hint tlie Tax Books foi col
. looting the Stale and County Taxes for
1572 will close on tlie 7th day of December. J
hope all will not •i: 1 ~-. l pay their taxes, as J
have to settle on the i .ml cannot give any
longer time This noth Is final. I can’t be
responsible for any one’s ! - \" after that time.
All poll taxes arid road tax - are required from
botli white and colored.
novH-tf F. M. I'E \7ll, T. C.
CIEO. 1\ UOUE. Al,E.\. H STLIIIIEN9
HOGE & STEPHENS,
(EAST fItONT HOLMMIsWOUTH BLOCK),
HAVE just opened a full and complete
Fatty art Family Gratanes,
i Fresh, pure, genuine, entirely now, and war
ranted to suit tin* taste of every one. i lie as
sortment comprises everything required in such
u house. The finest brands of Hour, Meal—
the best New York Hums, Su'/ur, Coffee, Syrup,
Cooking Wines, Butter—the best brands of
Goshen a specialty—Cheese, Fruits, native and
Tropical, together with n complete line of Nuts,
Candies, Candles. Pickles and other articles ior
the retail trade.
FI -H AND OYSTEF.Se
Fresh Fish and Oysters every month)<> Also
Vcgatables o various kinds.
\* e propose, in*a word, to supply our Mends
and the public generally with every tl.h nice
required at reasonable rates.
IIOGK <fc S FKPHI NS.
N. B.—All goods delivered free of change.
SELLING OFF AT II
liitiTcstiiig lo Planters.
f I'M IE stock of A oni cultural Lmple ents,
J- Machines, Engines, Pumps, etc , etc.,
now ou hand at W. W. Parker’s old -taint,
Hollingsworth Block, will he sold for ti. next
thirty days at
eos t i
Parties wishing anything in that line a-nuld
do well to call and get bargains.
J3P Those indebted to W. W. Parker will
please call on the undersigned for settb ment.
m 'i\ ie. nix,
Savannah Stc re
NORTHEAST CORNER OF McINTOSH
AND FOURTH STREET,
TI H O\, GEORGU.
I HAVE opened, in connection with niv
. choice Liquor and Fancy Grocery Store, a’
Where I will furnish to epicures,
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, SAU
SAGES, GAME OF ALL KINDS,
FISH, OYSTERS, VEGETA
BLES and FRUITS,
and articles too numerous to mention
novlS-tf W. A. GIBBONS.
IN anticipation of the approach of tlie
Christmas Holidays, w.-have a large stock
of new and fresh goods for the retailers, hotels
and families ; such a>
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPLES,
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
j (1 RACES, PEAKS and I’INL AI’PLES,
(TO Il!3 HEUE IN TIME,)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SHEUKY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane - rup,
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultuuna, Seedl l ■ and
London Layer Raisins, Currants, itrou
Prunes, New Figs, Nuts. Domestie, Fancy
and French Candies, Pickles. Prunes, Jellies I
Cb stunts, Orangey and Apples.
Must be sold to dose consignment, a hint to
the wise ete., at
novlMtu GREER, LAKE & ;o.
r FIIE Books for the registration ofvot re fur
L the city election will be opened on tl ,■ first
day of October and c lose at Two o’clock p. in .
on December 13, 1572.
epßo td J. A. McM AST'S. Clerk.
JNO. fl, WEIGSS,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
OFFICE ON 3n STREET OVER
1.. IV. RtMIVL’N fix Orta:.
OAT board and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be had by applying to
D. Rainey on Walnut street, -Macon
Sept ia.H>72. IHT-183.
\ J FRCHAN'TS wishing to place their nann
.1. and business promineutly before the peo
ple of Macon, Taylor, Crawford and Houston
counties., should advertise in the BUSINESS
MIRROR. Circulation good and increasin'’'
verv fast Rate. liberal
W. T. CHRIST iPHER, En. A Proi-’r.
Fort Valiev. Ga.
Cora, Sacra ail Flour Eiprii
OF MIDDX.Jv GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR.
“THE PRIDE OP DIXIE,”
.I 'SSU’iu '\HG "Wos-idj ia lY"ys 071 Hjj.ilrT,
J claim superior fi eilities in the purchase of
COM, i ICON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, BTC., ETC,
And I will m.il,' ,1 to the interest of Merchants and Planters to call on me with tlieir MONEY
r GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good partus.
W. A, HUPP.
WOOD AND COAL.
IHAYE -lain Ik and, near the Macon <fe West
cm lOilroud Depot, an ample yard with
i hairbunks’ bett Beales) to supply all kinds of
I Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
j WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Orders left at the offices of Messrs.
11 L. Jewett, Greer, Lake A Cos , Turpin A
) <*gden, through Po.-toffice, or at the Yard, will
j have prompt attention. Come and see
Change of Sofcedue.
, SUFEIiI.NTEN DENT’S OFFCE, j
M.voon .iuiAswK-K Kailkuah Cos., y
Macon, Ga.. October SO, 1872. )
O'! and after i'lmrsdav October 31, 1872
trains on this road will run as follows: ’
;mt passkxukk tr.ms, daily (sunpats r.x
Leave Macon.. 9-15 , ~
i Arrive at Jcsup . . . ... .. . <r:f> p' M '
I Arrive at Brim- v i,-k lu-no v m i
j Leave Brunswick .1 .Vo .’ L‘ |
I Arrive at Jcsu;. t S I
I Arrive at Macon s ; kj j, <
NIGIIT IWSSEXGEII THAIS, DAILY.
Leave Macon 8.25 r. M
Ai-riie at Jeanp 5.00 a m
Arrive at Savannah 830 , m
Leave Savannah 7.30 r. m
Leave Jcsup 10 p M
Arrive at Macon 7, g0 a. m
Both day and night tealns connects closely
I at Jcsup with trains to and from Florida.
HA'V.UNSVII.I.E THY 13 DAILY, (SENUAYS EX
! Leave Macon 2:fo n si
! Arrive at Uawkin.-ville fi-L'f) M '
I Leave BawkincYiiic ’ tj jyj , ~
| Arrive at .Macon 105,5 A ’
■0 u rol Bi!',ierintemieut.
Change of Schedule.
MACON AND WESTERN R. R. CO. |
Macon, Ga., October 31, 1872. ’ j
ON and after Sunday November 3d, the fol
lowing schedule for Passenger Trains
will be observed .n tills road:
Leave Macon.... A
Arrive at M:\c*> 2'05 a m
Leav Atlanta y.oq a m
Arrive at Atlanta M
NIGHT PASSENGER AND FREIGHT.
L* ave Macon s ; 5o P M
Arrive at Macot 3:20 a! m.
Leave Atlanta g.qo p M
At rive at Atlanta 4 55 a. m’
Making Ho- connections at Macon with
Central Rai.ro- for tiavanuah and Antnxsta
Hint With r-uu- vestern Railroad for points in '
bouthwost Go. a. At Atlanta with Western i
and Atlantic R., way for points West.
A. J. WHITE,
nn - u Superintendent.
Aumami L. Berts. Enoait A. Koss.
COAL VXD WOOD.
\ \ ‘ are ready to ill) orders at reduced rates
\ \ for tlte a best
COAL CREEK aud ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK ai.d HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
store of Winsiiip Callaway, or at yard M. 0;
W K. R., will ns .ve prompt attention
114-193 BUTTS A ROSS.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
RESPECTFULLY tender his professional 1
services to the citizens of Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No. 3 Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev. Samnel Boy
kin’s, Georgia avenue. Calls left at either
Place will receive prompt attention. clßtf
NEAItLY OrrOSITE PASBEJJGKR DEPOT,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
hoard 3.00 per Bay.
T. H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. Maolf.li.an,
'Lymes W. Mbaka In the Oflice.
ONI. of the moff desirable places on Troup
Hill, one mile from the Court House, and
near Mercer University. Nine acres of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
I artics wanting to rent a good house can se
! re onc by applying to the undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. H. Wriglcy A; Cos., 66 and 68 Second
I street, Macon, Ga.
tf JAMES W. KNOTT.
T l, ‘ S HOTEL tank? second to none in
X Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term, tt is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant. ®
1 he best W ater >n Georgia.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS AND OILS,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS AND BRUSHES,
PATENT MEDICINES, Etc.
CHEAPEST CIGARS EVER*OFFERED IN
H f’st/s Extra Kerosene Oil!
NO. 1 FIRE TEST.
CAMPS and CHIMNEYS and WICK.
Satisfaction guaranteed in all purchases.
I have for sale the purest and best Whisky
and Gin in this city for Medicinal purpose*.—
One trial will 6&tiafj the most fastidious.
ROLAND B. HALL,
Dealer in Thorbura’* Garden Seed,
191-tf Cor. Cherry St. aid Cotton Avenue,