rVBUKHIU KVKRY KVKHCIa BV
LINES, WING & SMITH.
No. 10 Hollingsworth Block.
All lettere relating to Sabnerlption thouldhe "il- |
AreMnl to IXn*n,Wig <fc Smith, Mason, On.
CommunieeUione for the pi/eer thoulil hr ad
drenml to the KdUur. We cannot undertake to
return rejected eoenmeen loot lone. MVB aulhentt
ntini iterne, from all parte of the State, *o-
Fun J. HItMLiBOToR Is our only
mathmued City Agent, nd ha u duly em
powered to solicit work for this office, and
subscriptions to the EhTEBMUSK
Mu. Cbbri.es L. Mize, book and news
dealer. Is or authorized agent In Dawson,
J. L Tucier Is onr authorized agent at
Mr. W. 8. UsiDMCK, Houthern Express
Company Office, Is our authorized Agent
I. N. Betmore, of HylugUins Hotel,
Is our authorized Agent at Griffin.
Mu. Kn. T. Htijcotow is onr agent
In Fort Valley.
Mr. W. W. Lanky. Is >ur authorized
Agent at Colaporchec.
W. IVATkIt 1114 K V I dlloi .
Thanksgiving.— To morrow being a
National Holiday, by virtue of Presiden
tial Proclamation, the same will be duly
observed in this latitude. Our primers
will participate, therefore no paper will be
issued from tills office
Tuk Kpizooty Is universally prevalent.
It would he news to slute where it is not
We were informed this morning hy one of
our leading druggist Unit the oipenrc for
medicine for each, case Is about $3.75.
The method of treatment Is becoming gen
emlly well understood, and when careful
ly observed the danger of fatal results is
The laic census returns gave Nashville,
a population of 25,9(15. The people of.
that city claims that the outlying districts
and Kdgfleld are properly hut parts of
Nashville iu estimating the population,
which will swell the remits to 37,1173.
Judge W. F. Cooper has been appointed
Chancellor by the Governor of Tennessee
at Nashville, vice lion. H II Mast, re
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National Commercial Convention.
The National Commercial Oovcntlon.
which was held last year at Haltltnore.will
assemble this yesr at St Louis, on the I lih
The character and objects of lids Con
vent ion are of great public interest.
The following is the basis of represents
One delegate for each Incorporated city,
and one additional delegate to each 5(1.000
inhabitant* over the first 50,0(1 each Stale
la entitled to one delegate to lie appointed
by the Governor thereof, each railroad,
steamboat, manufacturing and mining
compauy having a capital of $75,000 or
utore, are entitled to one delegate
Each Chamber of Cotniueice or Hoard
of Trade la entitled to one delegate for
every fifty active members (hereof
Only half fate will be charged by the
railroads for the delegates.
Macon will of course be duly repre
Horth Oft. Conference M. £. Church.
The siilb annual session of llu North
Unor, is Conference of llio M V. Church
South, convenes this morning nt li o'clock,
in Iho basement of (he First Methodist
The officers of (lie Ecclesiastical Confer
ltlshop W M Whitman 1) 1)., L 1, I> .
President; John W Heidt. beentary , (i
W Yarborough and Thomas A Seals, ns
sistents, F G Hughes, statistical secretary
George K Quillinn. assistant
The reports of last year show til 582
churches, valued at $532,410, with room
for seating 158,805 persons , 55 parson
ages, valued at $ 73,200 ; 55,27-1 white
members , 447 colored ; 42ft white local
preaeheis ; 4 colored . ll.ill while in
fan ts baptised ; and 3,028 while adults
baptised, end 15 colored . 470 white Sun
day schools ; 2,303 white olllccrs am)
teachers and 24.01*2 pupils , 1,588 con
verted during the year ; 33.530 volumes
in the library ami 11,05!* church periodi
board or missions
yf H I‘orter, President; J E Godfrey.
Vico President; Clement A Evans, secre
tary ; J Lewis, Jr. treasurer
. BOARD OF rtNANCt:
C W Key. chairman.
HUNDAT SCHOOL am IK IV.
C J Pearce, President. WA l'aikt.
First Vice President . W K llmiihaiii,
Second Vice i’resideut ; W F Cook, Sec
retary aud Treasurer.
COMMITTEE OS EDUCATION
J lewis Jr .Chairman . M Calls Way.
C A Evans. N llase. J K Godfrey.
SOCIETY roll TIIK Kill C ATION OK PUT Ult
W U Petter, President W P iiariiaoa
let Vice I*resident . D J Myrick.iM Vice
President. F A Kituball. Secretary . C A
Joiru L, Hopkins, President . ( il
Johnson. Secretary and Treasurer , Key.
J. Bering, 1). 1) . Ageut.
PREACHERS' AID Slk IKIV.
W. J Parks. President , C W Key.
Vice President . C A Evans. Secretaiv .
11. 11 Parks, Treasurer.
COMMITTEE OK MEMOIRS
J.L. Pierce. A. M Thigpen, \\ P.
KivenuU. N. 1-csler.
HOARD or EDUCATION FOR PREACHERS
J. L. Pierce, President , W. J. Scott.
Vice President . A. G. Bagood. T. F
Pierce, J. M. Hickey, 1). J. M.vrick.
TRUST RES SPEC 1 At. KEI.IRL USD.
W J. Parks. President . W. F. Cook,
Treasurer, Q. W. Yarborough. Bsc re
Candidates H 11. Parks. W 11. Foot,
D J. Myriek
Kim Tsftr—E. W. Speer, IV A. Sim
nuts, A. J. Jarrell.
Bscod Tear—W. P Cook. C. A.
Ersns. G. W. Yarborough
Third Year—A. M. 1 higpeu. L. J. l*a
viei, A G Worley
Fourth Year— M Callowav, J Ikrrtng.
Nearly all o t the mioieters and lay
delegatee hare arrived. —Atlanta Conti
, tvtion 27th.
We have read the leading editorial iu
the Atlanta Herald of yesterday, ihc 2<ltli,
entitled “A Slight Chastisement,” personal
to the editor of the Enterprise. It fur
nishes food for reflection on n peculiar
phase of w lmt is termed “modern journal
ism," as illustrated by some controlling the
columns of a newspaper Einperlcnl jour
nalism is easily detected. L'uliae charity,
it vuunteth itself, is unseemly, is pulled up.
The m tide of the Herald is a forcible il
lustration iu point. It is not onr purpose
however, further to notice it, in the ab
sence of the editor of the Enterprise
This much we could hardly refrain.
But we have a few words more on llie
Too many of the newspujier press of
this country lisvo a habit, as we have
heretofore hu<l occasion to observe, in a
somewhat lengthy relationship with il, of
indulging in personalties that must he
highly edifying to the lovers of lliut style
of writing. The great rmn -cm, however,
are not pleased with il, and it is disgust
ing to the refined reader We have nev
er, In all our experience n m editor, been
aide to admire it, ami have never Indulged
In it, whatever the provocation to do so
may have been Why amicable relations
and courtesy of speech should not charac
terize the intercourse of editors us well
us others, we have never been able to find
a satisfactory reason. There n courtesy
Iu the Intercourse between politicians,
lawyers, doctors and ollrct e though con
stantly diduring as widely as edih rs.
Nearly Hie entire newspaper press of
this country is tending to personality.
Tin- “lie is passed," and tlieie the matter
rests -no serious const rpteni is resulting.
We have always thought that this habit of
editors lias a hail effeet upon the young,
who are an largely educated hy the news
paper Il teaches llirm the use of terms
that had their origin in human depravity,
and are only to lie employed iu Hie heat,
of passion oi Hie premeditated onslaught
of defamation But they are so common
In the newspaper Hist their Irativit to the
lips of susceptible childhood and youth, is
easy. The truth is, if they do not lisp in
terms of vituperation they ate neatly the
first they learn.
Of course It is usolevi to urge a reforma
tion of this habit. It - almost universality
insures its perpetuity , and while the col
umn glows and hums witli the hot breath
of passion, all else, (hough dictated with
Addisonian elegance and courtesy, will
seem tame and proflllc Votir English
newspaper rarely resorts to personal ad
jectives. Junius, the most terrible of nil
writers, cut Ids adversary to Hie heart in
the language of courtesy. His most ic
tistless passages eon tain not one word ob
jectionable to Hie most refined taste, and
yet tlio victim was not the less put to
Refuting a false statement, lie did not
tuy •' You lie," hut pro ceil it. By the
constant use of tlie extreme terms of the
language in denunciation or praise, one
soon ceases to have terms to apply to that
which is really worthy of denunciation or
Tin: niiirmu i.ant 3h;ht.
It is matter for general congratulation
Unit action of Iho Central Democratic
('lull last night resulted in the utmost har
mony. as will be seen by the published
proceedings. This was what we hoped
ami advised. The long wished for time
has liuppily in rived In our midst when the
lion and the lamb can lie down together
and the little eliild can lead them. Knees
and colors, simply as such, have no politi
cal antagonisms in this election. Tliisouglil
to l>o universal throughout this broad
land, and we slr.ferely believe would be
if left to the peoplu most immediately in
teiestcd freely to uet for themselves. We
would never fear tint m t ions different es
on account of race, color, or previous eon
dltion but for outside and selllsh interests
whose elevation and iiilluence wholly de
pend upon fanning discord where none
really exists The Southern white man
and the Southern black man thoroughly
understand each other, and may continue
to live peaceably in Ibe future as in the
past, notwithstanding tlieir changed rela
The past year in Macon, so signally de
monstrating results creditable to all cou
corned iu connection with our municipal
Hlluirs, ought to furnish a pattern for wide
spread imitation. "Equal and exact justice
to all molt." is our motto. Whatever be
the issues that may divide men into parties
iu the future, that of color simply, has
become obsolete. The black man, sur
prised as bo Inis lrecit into full lledged,
citir.eusblp, will gradually so educate him
self that he cau cast an intelligent suf
frage upon issues that arc alike common
to all classes aud conditions, in local as
well as State and National allaire. Mr. Hull
is emphatically tin: propyls'cyndipitk,
and will have no opposition to his re elec
A dlvuki: was entered iu the Chancery
Court at Nashville confirming the sale of
the Nashville and Northwestern HoaJ, in
eluding the right to construct a hraucli
road from Huntington to Jackson, to the
Nashville aud Chatanooeß Hallro.nl Com
puny, for $2,400,000 in State bonds.
The polae ot Jackson. Michigan, nte
prohibited from smoking, drinking, and
sitting on dry gives!t boxes while on duty.
Aitnea has 811*11,000 worth of ear rings
Ohio owns 1100,000,000 w orth of live
An eating house on the west side of the
Santa Fe Kailroad uses 150 pounds of beef j
at oik- ureal.
A prairie fin* in Page county, lowa j
cornered a flock of aheep I,oooin number. >
and 50l* ot them were burned to death.
The Commissioner of luierua! Kevenue
decides that persons selling tobacco and
cigars on railroad trains must confine j
such sales to the smoking car*
Much it it till:
The cotton blockade i t becoming heavy
at Hie depot of the Gulf road. Two tracks
from the depot to the vicinity of the
wharves are being rapidly completed,
which will obviate further trouble. Tire
line of the street railroad up East Broad
is being properly altered and accommodat
ed for steam engines und trains, and will
iu a day or two Ire ready lor the passage of
trains, which will discharge cotton and
freight in the vicinity of the intersection of
East Broad and Bay.
The registration for voters at the ap
proaching municipal election, in January
licit, will close on Monday, December 2.
Dr. Arnold, Chairman of Hie Democratic
Executive Committee, bays there has been
an unuccountubie apathy in attending to
this essential preliminary to the power of
deciding on who shall direct our impor
tant municipal affairs during the ensuing
The Carnival, the Republican thinks,
will beyond a doubt, be Celebrated in Sa
vannah this season iu a proper and mug
nifieent style. Every arrangement is being
made hy the geiiilenu n Jailing the affair
The Advertiser says An old colored
women, while walking along the canal
bank, near the Central railroad crossing,
found a little mulatto baby, apparently
not more than a couple of hours old and
still alive. The little infant was of sub
duid molasses eolor, almost white, and
seemed to have u good deaj of vitality left
in it. it engaged the sympathy of the old
woman, who is now taking care of it with
all the tenderness of a mother.
Tim Constitutionalist of yesterday .speak
ing of cotton shipments in that city says,
in Augusta the cpi/.ooly has attacked the
great majority of horses and the streets
1 ;i ini a quiet appearanee on account of
the ( canity of drays, tlieie lias been but
hills inletfurenco with shipments. A
large proportion of the cotton received is
hy railroad for immediate tale—the wure
hoiisewomcn and commission merchants
have adopted the rule, for the present, of
selling the cotton at the various freight
The bame paper says The execution of
the convicted murderer, Henry Johnson
nfui* Bet) Bacon, will take place on tin:
South Commons in that city on the 29th
instant, between the hours of ten in the
morning und two in the afternoon. The
condemned man has been constantly en
gaged preparing his soul for its plunge into
eternity, and will be baptized on Friday
morning before lie is removed from Hie
jail for Hie gallows.
Nearly every horse in Augusta Ims Hie
epizooty , so far, only one death. The
Express Company were using mules to
some of their wagons yesterday. Mules
appear to have escaped the disease lip to
the present time.
The total registration of votes in Angus
tu. is nearly 2,000, of which number about
four hundred are colored.
The Chronicle says Two boys, named
Thomas I’osten and Oscar Weaver, about
nine years of age, left the Asylum at Sat
urday, 23d hint., without permission, mid
are still absent. They were seen in com
pany with a buy named Malloy.
31 Hedge villi-:
The Recorder says Most of the mer
chants burned out at the late fire have ob
tained stoics and are ready for business
The convention to nominate candidates
for county officers w ill lie held on Wed
nesday next, 4th proximo.
The funeral of Mr. Janies Covey on
Sunday afternoon from the Methodist
Church was largely attended. .
The old McComb Hotel is to he repair
ed and opened for boarders.
Cube Sparks nml Henry implicated with
Glasco Ciuv iu slealiug goods from Mr.
Joseph, came out with flying banners and
with their skirts unstained Justice Fair
released Oabe and Henry and hound Gins
cooler to appear at the next term of 8u
The Star says On lust Sabbath the
Rev John Hoidt preached his farewell
sermon to hi* charge, the conference year
just ended As -Mr Heidi Ims been here
two years, it is not probable lie will be re
turned by the conference, though we be
Neve it is to be the unanimous wish not
only of his church, hut this entire com
At the close of the scrnion Mr. llcidt
retired and the board of stewards, through
their chairman, Mr. Tuba Johnson, re
ported upon the fluuuces of the church,
showing them to be behind with tlieir
minister about fSffi* Tube made a splen
did exhortation in favor of raising the
money tight then and right there; ami in
augurated a scheme of S2O, $lO, s.i, ami
smaller contributions so successfully, that
.< large portion of the money was raised
in a few minutes.
Young Kd. Hammond, who niiuouuced
as independent candidate for Mayor a few
days ago. declines the race in favor of Mr.
Hecks The friends of this gentleman an
nounce Ids name as a candidate for Ordi
nary of l’iko county, at the ensuing
January election He lias been Ordinary
of that county for the last eight or ten
The Courier, of the 2l>th. says Mr. T.
! ti Wallers' kitchen was burned last Sal
! urdav night at about ten o'clock. The
• prompt attendance and energetic action of
1 tlic firemen, aided by the water works,
j saved his dwelling. llis loss is about two
hundred and fifty dollars . no insurance
The Sun of the 2ith has the follow ing
i Several Atlanta lawyers meditate Texas
I*llo of tin* horses belonging to the
S. uthcrii Express Company died yesterday
A fire occurred last night ncarthe 11011,
, ing Mill, l’lie companies did not go out
[ to it
Express packages are now delivered li*
Tbs street ears run only every half
The Constitution of the 27th says His j
Excellency, Governor Smith, proclaims 1
who have been eledted members of tbe
Electoral College Tbe College assembles
in Atlanta on tbs first Monday in Decem
ber. to cas> the Tote, on the Wednesday
following, at 12 vt for President and Vice
Tbt' Herald of this morning says Dur
ing Monday night a glass in one of the
front windows at Winter SHgh ACo on
Alabama street, was broken, and the house
eutered by a thief, whostede some serentv- i
five or a hundred dollars worth of cigars,
making good his escape with his
A preacher was standing on Whitehall
street, yesterday, when he was approached
hy a luwyer. who said to him, "You had
better he careful with yourself ; now this
epizootic is so prevalent, and protect your
self by blankets and drink warm teas."
The preacher said—" Why ?"
Lawyer answered—“ 1 understand you
are a considerable of a hone."
The preacher retorted—“ Yes; but I
must congratulate you on your safety, os
it is generally believed that the disease
never attacks jackasses.”
Congressional Majority.—That of
the Democratic candidate. Mr. II 11. Har
ris, in this, the 4tli District, is 1,853, his
vote being 10,319, and Marion Bethuue's
The horses of nearly all the physicians
in the city have tiie epizoot, and the doc
tors are practicing on foot, so says the Sun
of yesterday. The demand for red tliinuel
The same paper says that the Bainbridge,
Cuthbert and Columbus Railroad will
soon be sold. It is intimated the North
and South road will lie the purchaser and
complete it At Hie late session of the
Superior Court of Deealur county, a decree
was taken by consent, settling the rights
of parties in the case of crcditois against
REMEDY FOR THE HORSE DIS
The following is the treatment employ
ed by the Express Company for the equine
epidemic, now so wide spread. It is giv
en under the authority of il. J. O’Brien.
Esq , the General Superintendent, and has
proved very satisfactory in its results :
When the symptoms are first noticed,
commence feeding warm mashes of bran
and cut hay. Give water after the feed—
not before. Keep the borse well and
warmly blanketed. Do not use the horse
unless compelled to do so, and then he
must not be driven faster than a walk.
Put on a blanket whenever lie is standing
still. If the horse refuses to eat the mush,
then give him oat-meal gruel; give n
quart or two at a time ; pour it down or
give it from a bottle.
The horse will have a sore throat. Ex
amine, and when seen, apply the following
mixture outwardly, rubbing thoroughly
from the jaws to the chest twice a day
Take and mix four (4) ounces Arnica, (4)
ounces Chloroform, four (4) ouuces Am
monia, and four (4) ounces Biveet Oil, in
addition to the out-meal remedy. You
will buy a piece of quarter inch rubber
tube or pipe, eighteen inches long ; put iu
one end about a tablcspoonful of finely
pulverized uluui, insert the tube in the
mouth to and beyond the roots of the ton
gue, and then blow the powder in the
throat. Use this when the throat becomes
sore or much irritated. L'se tills with dis
liuy an eight ounce rubber ball sy
ringe, and inject up each nostrei the fol
lowing mixture four times in the tweuty
fonr hours, and continue until you are
well satisfied that the liquid has gone
well up the nostrels : Mixture—One pound
of Chloride of Potash to three gallons of
soft water mix thoroughly.
Should Hie horse be taken with chills,
it is a sure evidence of lung fever, and
immediate care is required. You will
then give thirty (30) drops of the follow
ing mixture every hour until the horse is
relieved One ounce of Aconite and three
ounces of water ; mix and use.
The horse must he kept from the rain
and cold winds. The stall must be kept
free of wet or moisture, using saw dust to
soak it up. aud take it off immediately.
Feed light food aud give plenty of fresh
uir , a little water often—not cold. Keep
the stable clean—use a little Chloride of
Lime about the floor.
Watch your horses day acd night. Good
care and warm covering will do as much
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a c mill id ate for Slieritl of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody’s nomination, nov33-td.
The friends of E M. C.iuiocs announce
trim as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county,
subject to tbe nomination of tbe Democratic
Tire friends of I*at Crown announce him as
a candidate for the office of Slieritl' of Bibb
Candidate roit Mayor.—The friends of
Stki'Uen Coli.ins respectfully announce his
name as a suitable candidate for the olllec of
Mayor of the city of Macon, subject to the
Democratic nomination. Lov’Jl-td
The friends ®f Washington Poe, Sr., re
spectfully announce bis name as a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of Tuadri s Q. Holt, Jit., 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
j Ihe name of H. H. Cain, is hereby presented
to I Iu- Democratic and liberal party, as a cau
l didate for T<u OgUtctor. Mr. Cain is an old
ii ltiaen, and, at one time was collector of taxes'
I His friends hope that his claims will behind
ly considered, knowing that lie will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The many tiricmU of Milo S. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate for County Trees
, ttrer. uovlO-td.
A. F. (iiusoN is announced as a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. n ov 14 td.
, Geo. F. Cheery is announced as a candidate
for SberitT of Bibb county, subject to the Dcm
ocratic nomination. novlS td
V\ t: the voters of Bibb county announce
Ell Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject to the nomination of the Democratic
O. r Finnev is a candidate for Tax Beech
er of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. novlStf
The fronds of Maj~Joitx A. McManusan
nounce him as a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
The friends of Chas. J. Williamson hereby i
announce him as a candidate for re-eiection to
the office of City Treasurer. novl2-tt
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
noTiatf Felix Cower.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him !
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to the Democratic nomination,
SIX BUILDING LOTS on Windsor Hill.
Will sell all, or ns man v* us desired The
lots adjoin Dr. Cox’s on the top of the bill.
The prettiest location out Apply to
nov27-4t No. 8 Cotton AvrNi E.fi
Robbnry at Coley’s Sta* on.
MR. J. A. Barclay was robbed at hiss' rest
. Coley’s Station of a sum of money He
traced the negro to '- citv and called in the
morning at the barrack.- to have the thief ar
rested. lie found two lU i 'enuntsof the police
engaged in playing domino'-' They coolly in
formed him that they would attend to it in the
evening, thus allowing the thief to cacupe and
preventing Ifim from securing 'h money.
A FOUR room dwelling and vacant lot,
also, splendid well of water in the yard ;
fronting on Bpring and Bose Streets, contair
iug one quarter of an acre. For sule cheap.
nov. 25—lm. corne r Third and Plum Streets.
BAR & TiAUER BEER S ALOON,
(mabsbt’s oli> stand.)
Opposite Medical College, Mulberry St.
npiHS Saloon is supplied with the best Wines,
JL Liquors aud Cigars in tho market, and
sparkling Lager 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, Ham,
Salads and anything that may be desired for
HAS removed to Board man’s Block, over
Pendleton & Ross’, corner Mulberry and
Second sts., Macon, Ga.
To Tai Payers of Bin Comfy.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Books for col
lecting the State and County Taxes for
1872 will close on the 7th day of December. I
hope all will note this and pay their taxes, as I
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give any
longer time. This notice is final. I can’t be
responsible for any one’s tax after that time.
All poll taxes and road taxes are required from
both white and colored.
novH-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
GEO. F. IIOGE. ALEX. If. STEHIIENS
HOCE & STEPHENS,
(EAST ritONT HOI. 1,1 N<}sWORTH BLOCK),
HAVE jurvt opened n full and complete
Fancy and Family firoceaes,
Fresh, pure, genuine, entirely new, ami war
ranted to suit tlic taste of every one. lie as
sortment comprises everything required n such
a house. The finest brands of Flour, Meal—
the beat New York Hams, Sugar, Coffee. Syrup,
Cooking Wines, Rutter—the host brands of
Goslien a specialty—Cheese, Fruits, native and
Tropical, together with a complete line of Nuts,
Candies, Candles, Pickles and other arti les tor
the retail trade.
FIH AND OYSTERS.
Fresh Fish and Oysters every morning. Also
Vegetables o! various kinds.
\? e propose, iiifi word, to supply our friends
and the public generally with every thing nice
required at reasonable rates.
N. B.—All goods delivered free of charge.
IN anticipation of the approach of the
Christmas Holidays, we have a large stock
of new and fresh goods for the retailers, hotels
and families; such as
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPLES,
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
GRAPHS, PEAKS and PINE APPLES,
(TO BE HERE IN TIME.)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SHERRY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane syrup,
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultanna, Seedless and
London Laver Raisins, Currauts. Citron
Prunes, New Figs, Nnts. Domestic. Fancy
and French Candies, Pickles, Prunes, Jellies
Chest unts, Oramrcs and Apples.
Must be sold to close consignment, a hint to
the wise etc., at
novls-lm GREER, LAKE A CO.
r pilE Boohs for the registration of voters for
X the city election will be opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o'clock p. m.,
on December 13, IST2.
sep3t) td J.A. McMANUS, Clerk.
INO. B. WEEfIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE OX on STREET OVER
1.. KAMI, A I/S STOKE.
DAY board and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be had by applying to
W. D. Rainey on Walnut street,'Macon.
Sept 1-'. tsTJ 137.162.
MERCHANTS wishing to place their name
and business prominently before the peo
ple of Maeou, Taylor, Crawford and Houston
counties, should advertise in the BUSINESS
MIRROR Circulation good and increasing
Terr fast. Rates liberal. *
W. T. CHRISTOPHER, Ed. A Paor'*.
Fort Valiev. o*.
w- a snrs,
Con, Sion at Floor Eiorii
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
I’HAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OP DIXIE,”
1 o Eestlin the World> Always on Hand.
1 claim superior facilities iu the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
Ami I will mu it to the interest or Merchants and Planters to call on me with their MONEY
GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good partii s.
W. A. HUEE.
WOOD AND COAL.
I HAVE established, ncarthe Macon & West
ern Railroad Depot, au ample yard with
Fairbanks’ best scales) to supply all kinds of
Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
1 ' market rates.
WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Orders left at the offices of Messrs.
H. L. Jewett, (freer, Luke A Cos., Turpin A
Ogden, through Postofflee, or at the Yard, will
have prompt attention. Come and see
132-300 MILO S. FREEMAN.
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFCE, /
Macon & Brunswick Railroad Cos., y
Macon, Ga., October 30, 1872. j
ON and after Thursday October 81, 1872,
trains on this road will run as follows :
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN, DAILY (SUNDAYS EX
Leave Macon 9 ; i5 A M
Arrive at Jcsup 6:35 v. m!
Arrive at Brunswick . .10:00 i\
Leave Brunswick 4 : ;jo a m"
Arrive nt Jesup 6:45 a. m!
Arrive at Macon.,. s : io p. m"
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN, DAILY.
Leave Maeon 8,05 p M
Arrive at Jesup 5,00 a m
Arrive at Savannah 8.30 a. m
Leave Savannah 7.30 p. m
Leave Jesup 11.10 p m
Arrive at Macon 7.30 a. m
Botli day and night teains connects closely
at Jesup with trains to and from Florida.
HAWKINSVJLLE TRAIN DAILY, (SUNDAYS EX
Leave Macon 2-50 p m
Arrive at Hawkiusville !!” 0:25 p. m.
Leave Hawkiusvfile 6:55 a. m.
Arrive at Macon 10:35 a. m.
Icftl General Superintendent.
Chai ge of Schedule.
MACON AND WESTERN R. R. CO., I
Macon, Ga., October 31, 1872. j
ON and after Sunday November 3d, the fol
lowing schedule for Passenger Trains,
will be observed on this road:
Leave Macon 8:15 a. m.
Arrive at Maco- o.qq a m
Leava Atlanta 8:20 A. M.
Arrive at Atlanta 2:40 p. m.
NIGHT PA-SENGER AND FREIGHT.
Leave Macon 8:50 p. m.
Arrive at Macon 3 : 20 A M
Leave Atlanta g : oo P . M
Arrive at Atlanta 4 : 55 A M
Making close connections at Macon with
Central Railroad far Savannah and Augusta,
and witli Southwestern Railroad for points in
Southwest G. gia. At Atlanta with Western
and Atlantic Railway for points West.
A. J. WHITE,
Akmasd L. Bi tts. Edgar A. Ross.
COAL AND WOOD.
\\r E are r ' *dy to fill orders at reduced rates
T V for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK and HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of X G. Butts at
store of Winship A Callaway, or at vard M. A
W. R. R., will receive prompt attention.
114-192 BUTTS A R*SS.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
RESPECTFULLY tender his professional
services to the citizens of Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No. 3 Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev. Samuel Eoy
kin’a, Georgia iTenne. Calls left at either
place will retire prompt attention, eclflff
NEARLY OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
Board 3.00 per Day.
T. H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. Maclkli.an,
James W. Meara, In the Office.
ONE of the most desirable places on Treup
Hill, one mile from the Court House, aud
near Mercer University. Nine acres of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Farties wanting to rent a good house can se
cure one by applying to the undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. 11. Wrigley & Cos., 00 and t>B Socend
street, Maeon, Ga.
132-tf JAMES W. KNOTT.
r rHIS HOTEL ranks second to none in
X Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATS.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term it is unequalled, the night* being
remarkable cool and pleasant.
Tlic best Water in Georgia.
nO-160 3 ' WBYI Sr
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS AND OILS,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLF.S,
COMBS AND BRUSHES,
PATENT MEDICINES, Etc.
CHEAPEST CIGARS EVER;OFFERED IN
West's Extra Kerosene Oil!
NO. 1 FIRE TEST.
LAMPS and CIIDIXEYS and WICK
Satisfaction guaranteed in all purchases.
I have for sale the purest and best Whisky
and Gin in thia city for Medicinal purposes.—
One trial will satisfy the moat fastidious.
ROLAND B. HALL,
Dealer in Therbuns’a Garden Seed,
191-tf Cor. Cherry Bt. and Cotton Aretes.