lACOH DAILY ENTERPRISE
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LIN ES. WING A SMITH.
Mo. 10 UoUlactworUi block.
All letter. relating tobttmrtpUvn thouUlbr ml
draaaad to Liao, Wng * Smith, Maeon, (la.
Ctonmuntooftona for Ou paper ihould lx ad
rfrruftf to the Editor. W* cannot nndertoki to
rvtum rejected rommunUoUiont. Well authcnli •
rated fteiM item*, from all part 4 of <Ar State, 40-
Mb. Frank J. Hbmuhotom U our only
authorised City Agent, end lie >* duly era
powered to goliclt work for this oßlce, und
eubecriptionß to the Enterpribk
Mb. C.arlim L. Mibb, book and news
dealer, la our nuthoriiad agent In Dawson,
J. L TuCKitn ia our aulhomed agent at
Mr. W. 8. Deidbick. Southern Express
Company Office, it our authorized Agent
I. N. Hetmore, of llyinglon* Hotel,
la our authorized Agent al Griffin.
Mr. Kd. T. Btinoto* is our agent
In Fort Valley.
Mr. W. W. Larky, I* our authorized j
Agent at Coiaporchee.
W. WATKIIH HICKS, Editor.
AUXAIUIIR U. mif.pminm.
Mr. Btepbent hat to grown Into the
heart affection! of the people of Georgia,
that even hit outgoing! and incomings are
to all matter! of Interest We have
already noticed hit recent viilt to Atlanta,
—the first lime for four years he had ven
tured from hit own quiet home. In the
Atlanta Bun. of the 26th, he speaks of hit
visit to that city. He had returned to
Liberty Hall rather beneOtted than injur
ed In health, with pleasant memories of
hka trip. He had rant old friends and ac
quarantin es—among whom were many
ha had never expected to meet again
Since the 7th of February, )8G!I. Mr.
Stephens had nut only for the most of the
time been to his room, hut in
deed to hia bed, from acute and geucral
rheumatism , save for Ilia lait twelve
months, when he hag been gradually im
proving. On the 20tb. for the first lime
1a four years, did lie vesture from his own
domicil. Notwithstanding his bodily
afflictions, and consequent confinement,
Mr Stephens list been a careful observer
of passing events, and the world has been
made richer by his labors. Naught of
public interest lias escaped Ids observant
eye ; and never was there a time since ho
entered public life that his bruin snd pen
have been more active In the I’resideu
tlal csutum just closed lie sought nut the
popular current, but, as in nil things t lint
have thus far in life characterized his
course in private and public, he was gov
erned by a right principle, iu hi* own
uilnd, that be in no way allowed to be
compromised. The columns of the Sun
bore testimony alike to his labort and to
the courae he had marked out for himself
from the beginning, and it must surprise
many, now that the dust of buttle is
predictions of the ¥. r Blepjiew;
means endowed with prophetic powers,
but be reasons closely from cause to effect,
and hia conclusions are seldom wrong
lie early predicted the re-election of Gen
Great, and counsel led the Democracy
against entangling alliance, lie regarded
the motive "to beat Grant," at unworthy
a parly that bad so long battled for the
maintenance of Constitutional principles
against a strong tendency to a Centralized
power. lie was powerless to control the
action of lilt party iu an expedient line of
policy. He however maintained hi* own
course, aud is now a witness to almost ,
universal regret that bis voice was not
heeded Sometimes, in the course of the
canvass. be was Indeed strongly impeded.
Mid even charged. by many of bia old po
lltical friends, of being but an emissary of
General Grant, as tli* nomiure of the
"Straigbtouts" bad no hope from the be
ginning of aucceaa. This had no rtTect
upon him. There were principles in
volved of which he did not for a moment
lose sight. Uti party thought they saw
success by a shorter road , aud like many
others who seek even right by questions
hie meant, fell by the way-side.
Mr. Blephens, m all will be glad to hear,
is Improving in health and bodily strength
He has consented to address his fellow
cltiaena on public affairs at the Capitol on
tha 3d proximo. It will bo an interesting
occasion, and will call together a large
concourse of people from all pans of the
Male Ills utterances will be deliberate >
and worthy attention, and may prove one
of the beat legacies that he will leave to
Mr Stephens' admirers ate not confined,
te Uie State of his nativity. Ills repula
tion Is national. He has reared to himself
a fame that mere official dislinclion could
not confer. He has attained to an emi
nence that gives honor to official station,
and places him among the very first of
the proud list of American statesmen Ac
cording to Solomon, be has become grey
and well strickeu In years, lor, sailh
the wise man ‘Wisdom is grey hairs
to men, and an unspotted life is
old age ” We trust his days of useful
ness may long continue, and that his wise
teachings may take a firm aud lastlug hold
upon the hearts and shape the course ol
his countrymen far generations to come
Tea Stviiixa Uult Advekth-xs—
This journal is last winning its way to a
promt neat position among the beet paper*
is the country Col Lamar it a vigorous
thinks* and taady writer We are glad
to sot he ie becoming widely appreciated
The Advertiser is among our most valued
A city fop wke was taking an airing in
the country, tried to amuse himself by
quitting aa old fanner about bis bald
head, who aolamaly remarked. “Yoang
mao, when my bead gets as soft as yours.
I ram raiss hair to sail.”
Messrs. B. Caiman A Cos. cleared on the
2Gth for Cork, the German bark Deinetra.
with 1,340 bales upland cotton, valued nt
The Advertiser says Dispatches from
Washington state that ths Chief Engineer
of the army in hie report to the Secretary
of war. auks for appropriations lor the re
pairlug, rebuilding and building fortifica
tions in the vicinity ot Savannah.
The Mirror says house thieves are at
work In that city. It I* well for the peo
ple of Macon to keep a watchful eye, lest
they may be visited in like manner.
John Hbea, a laboring man, attempted
suicide on the morning of the 27th. the
result of intemperance. No hopes of re
covery. He had a family. The papers of
the 28th say Bliea died the previous even
The annual report of the Hoard of Kd
ucution for the city of Havannsh and Hi*
county of Chatham lor the years IM7I -'72.
presents many interesting features, and
wilt be read by the friends of education
with much pleasure. At the close of the
scholastic and fiscal year the Hoard bud
on hand a ballancc of $2,919 31. During
the year ending July, 1872, the average
attendance of pupils was 1,850 out of
2.513 enrolled, at a coat per pupil of
sl7 70. The preceding year the number
enrolled was 2.438, the average daily at
tendance 1,915, aud the cost per pupil of
The News of the 27th liss the following
A rumor wo* ou the ttrset yesterday
that A W. Hloue. L\ B. Commissioner,
bud been appointed Assistant U. H. Dis
trict Attorney for this District We in
quired of "officials,'' but they said "nix,”
so we don't vouch for Ilia report.
Three box cars, left in the lurch by the
iron horse "what hat the epizootics," re
muin upon the street track near the Ex
A number of private establishment*,
With prnnciug steeds, were out yesterday,
for the tirat time in several days Who
says the “epizootics" ain’t here 1
The Kepublican saya four hundred bules
of cotton were brought to that city, ou the
2tilh, from Charleston, for shipment to
Colonel W. 11. Weeins hat been appoint
ed a delegate from the Btate nt Large to the
National Commercial Convention, to be
hold at Bt. Louis on the second Wedncs
day iu December next.
The trial of Milton Malone, charged
with the murder of Franklin I*. Phillips,
in a bawdy house, on Hie 10th of August.
hi Atlanta, is progressing in the Superior
Air W. W Murphy, whilom a citizen of
the l.’uited States, but now a resident of
Frankfurt-on the Main, the agent of foreign
holders of Georgia bouds, is iu Atlanta.
The Consitution, in behalf of a number
ot busim-as men of Atlanta, calls for those
haviug oxen with carta or wagons to come
to the city, saying that they can get a good
amount of hauling, and al paying prices
A leading house had to stop eight druya
ou account of sick horses. A petition is
to go before Council asking that tax on
drayi.Jjy jk-ihoubls, oa the
We had a pleasant call yesterday from
Dr. W Watkins Hicks, editor of the Ma
con Enterprise. and from Colonel Keck,
the Congressman elect from the old
Fourth. Dr Hicks is visiting the Con
fereace. Colonel Keck la on his way to
The Buu gives the following Court
A negro woman sued a white women
for keeping a breast-pin valued at i’.'i cents
Tho cost uf the suit was over $7.
A white boy sold four pigeons to a little
negro The while boy's father took out a
possessory warrant for them, but the Jos
lice decided they were legally in posses
sion of the negro. He then sued the negro
for larceny, and lost the case. The pigeons
were worth about 75 cents or a dollar,
while the expenses of the suits fooled up
to ever 111. Having rather dear for a
The Chronicle of the ;77th says an aged
lady residing in the up|>er end of lUch
moiul county, visited that city, to look af
ter her truant daughter, a young girl of 17
) fan. aud by the aid of the police found
her lu a baguio, where the had been stay
ing for sovcral weeks.
The powder Works machinery in Au
gusta. lias been sold by Mayor Kites, to a
Hi m lu Nashville, Tenu . for sl-1,000
The Chronicle say* of the Kpiiooty
A large number of new cases were re
ported, and the indications are that noth
ing In the shape of horse or mute flesh will
escape the infection, llroad street was al
most deserted by the drays, as a great
many of the dray horses are off duty and
tlie whole available force waa employed
"U Keyiiolda street moving cotton We
have also to report that several deaths have
occulted, mint of them caused by improp
er treatment or by working the borae be
fore lie had entirely recovered.
On Sunday tnoming Mr W. J Far.
wliodone business on Broad street.between
Mouuim-ut aud Centre, discovered that the
money drawer of bia store mas missing,
together with its contents —ten dollars in
street car tickets and twenty dollars in
money. The robbery must have been
committed late Saturday night or early
Sunday morning, l'he police have failed to
gel any clue to Ibe affair.
A goal confine.) in the polio* (table to
preyem Uie malady attacking the horn's,
alms has the vpizooly, and two or three
gentlemen who are aick are said to have
eTery symptoms of the dleant'
Mr. Umc Levy. Sheriff of Augusta,
died at lus reaidence in that city on Wed
lie was iu the 01st year of his age lie
came to Augusta from Charleston, and
had been a resident of Augusta for many
years. He bad held the office of City
Sbert9 for nearly sixteen years He was
much respected in the community.
The registry list closed iu Augusta on
the 2ith 2.t*82 in all have registered the
present year Of these, 16C7 are white,
and 415 colored. The election in that
city taaes place on Wednesday next.
The Oanstitetionaltst says , The requi
site amonpt of stock having been aubeenb
ed for. a meeung of stockholders will be
held in this city the 3d of December for 1
lhc purpose of organizing the company.
This looks like business.
The Enquirer of the 27 th. learns that
the atcamer Jackson, which left that city
Monday morning, lost her rudder and a
portion of the stern post, forty mile! below
Columbus, where the it now tied up in
distress. She met her misfortune by corn
ing in contact with n rock or snag while
turning u bend.
The Sun pubKslits tht names, ages, and
occupation of the registered voters of Col
umbus. They number niue hundred and
The Annual Conference of the Colored
Methodist Episcopal Church for Georgia,
will convene on llie lßtb of December.
Kisbop W II Miles will preside.
Charles 11. Williams, Esq . City Attor
nry, is of Hie opinion that the Columbus
tH.x of $2, iu lieu of street duty, the pay
ment of which it a prerequisite for voting
in the municipal election, it clearly con
stitutional. and can he enforced.
The following recipe for whooping
Cough lias been handed Hie Sun with the
request to publish. It lias been found an
Take 60 grains ipecac, 1 teaspooufui of
tincture of assafcctida, 20 drops of lauds
uutn and half pint of water. Hhaku well
and give a teaspooufui every ten minutes
until vomiting is produced. Repent the
dose three morning'* * u succession.
The News of the _’7tli av Air \> •
W. Morxland. a noted planter in Merri
wrotber County, ginned and packed two
bides of cotton at Byrd Lovett's gin house
yesterday morning, und was in Griffin
market with them before dark—driving
2-1 miles. This shows what ail energetic
planter can do when prices are high and
he is afraid they will go down
Five families from Units County are to
take the train at Gi illlii bound for Texas
This Western fever has broken out ail
over the country.
The weekly Gazette of the 28lli has the
The Lecture of Rev. W. Watkins Hicks
on Tuesday evening last, on " Moral
Greatness the True Aim," was a decided
success. A. large audience was in attend
ance, sail all present seemed to appreciate
tiis deep logical ideas to Hie fullest extent
We only w ish Hint the audience had been
twice as large, ns there wore persona in
town absent on nccount of business or
otherwise, who would have appreciated
such a lecture highly We trust that Dr
Hicks will visit iih again We feel i iglily
complimented by bis able lecture, as Hie
proceeds collected from the audience were
applied to the finishing of Hie .M. E.
The Bartlesville Patriot of the 27tli
comes to us with the Salutatory of Dr J
C. C. Blacburn, and the adieu of Messrs.
McMicbnel & Beverly. The outgoing
Editors bear testimony to the fact that
Barnesville is sue of the most liberal, en
terprising aud rapidly progressing towns
in the State. The incoming Editor makes
a most graceful bow to the public. The
politics of the Patriot will remain fearless
ly aud zealously Democratic. Wo permit
the Doctor to speak for himself in the fob
"We were brought up at the " foot of
Gamaliel and made a Pharasce of the
strictest sect " We shall labor to build
up Hie town and county. Here we were
11,.. t.,,., ,r>
nays ..rn|||Miw<.wi> 'mu the sweet, golden
period of tally manhood In a word, we
love the old red hills of Pike, '1 hey are
dearer to us than the broad prairies of the
West, where we have been sojourning tor
a time. Wc left this beautiful towu with
regret ; we return with joy, and are will
ing to spend and he spent in pushing for
ward every interest that will promote her
future growth. To our brethreu of the
press, we can only say that we renew the
associations of the past and shall bo happy
to revive its pleasant reminiscences, link
ed ss they are with all that renders an
editorial life joyously bl ight.
While we cordially greet Dr. Blackburn
iu his return to the ranks of Hie fraternity,
and wish him, —in common, with the cn
lire household of faith.—unmeasured pros
perity and unalloyed happiness, we desire
the same blessings will attend the footsteps
of our departing friends, whithersoever
As nn evidence that Burnsville is still
prospering the Patriot says Mr \Y S
Middlebrooks bought twenty acres of land
adjacent to that city from Mr M O How
aid last week at foil per acre, and will
soou erect a line reshleucc thereon
The same paper says ns Mr. Jas Hose was
on his way front Zebulon home on Friday
night of lust week, he was assaulted by
some unknown ruffian, and struck at twii e
with a stick A timely response from n
seven shooter saved Ins bacon aud caused
the rufllian to vumoos tho ranch.
I. nton to u :
We had a tuost pleasant call on Thanks
giving day from J B Kecse. Esq . of the
Press & Messenger who visits Macen in
behalf of the mutual interest of our mer
chants end his most excellent paiier. lie in
forms us that lie is about to put on a bran
new dress, when his paper cannot fail to
rank in appearance, as it ulready does in
matter, with the best of our country jouru
ala Our nieichants will consult their
own iutercsts by placing their cards in the
Frees A Messenger.
i:•• fmila :
The News repot Is. iu the case of the
State rr Frank McCullough spoken of in
its previous issue as under trial, the Jury
returned a verdict of gulty of muider iu
the second degree, and setcueed him to the |
Penitentiary for forty years
The same paper ii happy to learn that
the panics from thiscounty arrested by
Marslml Kandolph and taken to Mont
gomery to appear Before Commissioner
Dreasen. were discharged and will return
The epizooty is in Eufaula— bad as
The Times say Her, J. 11. Kimbrew. -
pastor of ttie Firt Baptist Church of that
city, has sent in bis resignation, but as yet
the church has taken no action iu regard
o the matter.
The Mntmru Klxctios —The Dem
oci atic and Liberal Republican ticket for
Municipal officers will be found in to
day's Enterprise The Democracy ac
cept Mr. Huff, in common with his fellow
citizens. " without distinction of race,
color or previous condition " The candi.
date* for Alderman are all gentlemen of
character, and mill command the full j
.trength of tbclr party.
Truthful history bearing upon this sub- |
ject, as upon all others affecting our
country, cannot he too w ell understood by
all classes. That negro slavery was not
abolished simply for the love of the slave,
or In the interest of humanity, is a trutli
100 little known by the mass of ordinary
intelligent white readers, and by very few
bluck ones For this reason we publish
on the first page of the prescut issue an
article worthy perusal and preservation
Even the enemies of Mr. Lincoln believe
him to have been an honest man, and if
he were alive to day, would uot permit
ovations in his honor as a philanthropist
for acts to which he was prompted solely
through a feeling of necessity to subdue
the South In this opinion we are con
firmed in tlio account of Mr. Wells, in the
article to which we allude.
Oi:r Bepkehentativks in Congress.
—Under date of lire 2Gtb, Governor Smith
ofllciully proclaims the representatives
elect in the nine Congressional districts of
the Btate of Georgia, for the Forty-third
Congress, as follows :
First, Morgan Itawls; Second, Richard
H. Whiteley; Third. Phillip Cook; Fourth,
Henry K. Harris ; Fifth. James C. Free
man ; Sixth. James 11 Blount; Seventh,
Pierce M B. Young ; Eighth. Ambrose B.
Wright; Ninth, Hiram P Bell.
The Mayor of Nashville says the epi
zootic was brought to Nashville by P. T.
Bainum’sshow horses. His horses were
so affected with the disease, or with the
symptoms attending the same, that the
Mayor was forced to prohibit their being
paruded upon the streets of Nashville.
Every inland towu in Middle Tennessee
in which the show exhibited is now suffer
ing from the terrible disease.
The Synod of Georgia has virtually
abolished Oglethorpe University. At the
airauul session of the body in Albany re
cently the follow ing resolutions were adop
llctolvcd, That Synod being convinced
that under existing circumstances it will
be impossible to continue the exercises of
the College longer Hum tlie present colle
giate year, request the trustees to pay the
Professors their salaries according to con
tract, and to close the institution as soon
Itezolced. That the Synod request the
Trustees to collect and invest nil funds of
the Institution, and hold them subject to
the orders Synod.
Resolved, That they preserve all the
property, libraries and apparatus for the
future use ot the Institution, when it re
sumes its exercises.
Resolved. That Hie Trustees preserve
their organization and corporate life, und
rent out the buildings until such time as
the Syuod may order otherwise.
Democratic and Liberal Hcpublimu
M . A. Jlt i'l'.
lat Ward. 3rd Ward.
Titos U. Conner, John W. Burke,
Baron Carter, K. J. Johnston,
1). M Duruett, Christopher Burke,
, *-••* Ward. -\th Ward.
John G. ueii/., J. ,j. Cornel!,,
E Crockett. Geokqb Burdick,
Benz Burdick, K. J. Lightfoot.
t am a candidate for re-election to the otiice
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election in January. It. A. Benson.
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a candidate for Sherifl of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody's nomination, nov2s-td.
The friends of E M Calhoun announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county,
subject to the nomination of the Democratic
The friends of Pat Crown announce him as
a candidate for the ntIL-e of Sheriff of Bibb
Candidate for Mayor—The friends of
Stephen Collins respectfully announce his
name ns a suitable candidate for the office of
Mayor of the city of Macon, subject to the
Democratic nomination. xov2l-td
The friends f Washington Poe, Sr., re
spectfully announce his name as a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subjeat
to the nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of Tiudki s G. Holt, Jr., res
pectfully suggest him as n suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb couuty—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
1 t.e name of K. 11. Vain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for T.II Collector Mr. Cain Is an old
cltixeu, and, at one time was collector of taxes'
His friends hope that his claims will be kind
l.v considered, knowing that he will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
Tho many tlriends of Milo S. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate for County Trcxs
A F. Gmsox Isimnonneed as a candidate for
Couuty Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. no v 14 td.
(!eo. F. Cax Eli v U announced as a candidate
1 for Sheriff of Blub county, subject to the Dem
| ocratic nomination. novl3 td
IV K t lie voters of Hibh county announce
j Ell Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
! yect to the nomination of the Democratic
; party. novis-lf
0. P. Ftssxv is a candidate for Tax Kecciv
cr of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. nov!3tf
' u ft nda of Maj Joax A McMaxca an
nounce him us a candidate for re election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
The friends of Cius. J Williamson hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novlff-tf.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
norl2 tf Felix Corpct.
The friends of W. T. Kelson announce him
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to the Democratic nomination.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention
n0v1.2 tf 8. D. Ram XT.
Spare Kilts, Back Bonos
TURKEYS and CHICKENS, j
At J. F. BARFIELD & CO '8
no 9 It Brown house Block.
SIX BUILDING LOTS on Windsor Hill
Will sell all, or ns n rv as desired Tin
lota sdjoin Dr. Cox’s ou Uie top of the bill.
The prettiest location out. Apply to
nov27-4t No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
A FOUR room dwelling and vacant lot
also, splendid well of water in the yard;
fronting on Bpring und Rose Ntrects, contaii
ing one quarter of an acre. For sale cheap.
nov. 25—lm. corner Third and Plum Streets.
BARRELS CHOICE APPLES,
I " .7. F. BARFIELD* CO.’S,
novSO It Brown House Block.
BAR & LAGER REER SAL<)O> ,
(MASSET’S 01.1) STAND.)
Opposite Medical College, Mulberry St.
r pHlB Saloon is supplied with the best Wines,
1 Liquors and Cigars •■th- market, a-tl
sparkling Lager Beer of superior quality Fr- e
lunch every day from 10 to 13 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 he desired for
lunch. * nov34-tf
HAS removed to Boardinan’s Block, over
Pendleton & Ross’, corner Mulberry and
Second sts., Macon, Ga.
To Tai Payers of M County.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Books fore< -
leeting the State and County Taxes 1 r
1872 will close on the 7th day of December I
hope all will note this and pay their taxes, a- I
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give a y
longer time. This notice is final. I can’t e
responsible for uny one’s tax after that tin e.
All poll taxes and road taxes are required from
both white and colored.
novU-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
GEO. F. HOOF.. ALEX. 11. STFIIIIF S
HOCE & STEPHENS,
fourth ST reft,
(EAST FRONT HOLLINGSWORTH BLOCK),
HAVE just opened a full and compb e
Fancy and Family Groceries
Fresh, pure, gen,a.,,, un tircly new, and war
ranted to suit the taste cvc ).,, <me , i, c „
aortment comprises everything i t w i' re( i i„ fu k
a house. The finest brands of Flout, Mo- (
tile best New York Hants, Sugar, Coffee. Syrup,
Cooking Wines, Butter—the best brands of
Goshen a specialty—Cheese, Fruits, native and
Tropical, together with a complete line of Nuts,
Candies, Candles, Pickles und other articles lor
the retail trade.
FISH AND OYBTSR3.
Fresh Fish and Oysters every morning. .A! o
> o various kinds.
VJ e propose, ingt word, to supply ourfriei !s
aud the public generally with every thing nice
required at reasonable rates.
HOC>E it SIEPFIENS
N. B—All goods delivered free of charge.
I N anticipation of the approach of the
Christmas Holidays, we have a large stock
of new and fresh goods for the retailors, hotels
and families; such as
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPLES,
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
(•RAPES, PEARS and PIN E APPLES,
(TO BE HERE IN TIME.)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA. SHERRY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty G i!t Edge Butt- r, Georgia Cane syrup, !
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultanna, Seedless and
London - .aver Raisin-, <'arrant?, Cit 'it
P-unes, New Figs, N'u'v Domestic, Fa, y
and French Candies, Pickles, Prunes, Jel "a
Chestnuts, Oranges and Apples.
Must be sold to close consignment, a liin- to
the wise etc., at
novlMm GREEK, LAKE & CC
r pilE Books for the registration of voters r
1 the city election will be opened on the t st
day of October and closest Two o'clock p. ~
on December 13,
*ep3ojd _ J. A. M r MANUS, Clerk _
JT3TO. B. WCE.IIS.
ATTORNEY AT LAV ,
OFFICE ON 3n STREET OVER
1.. W. KASOAL'S STORE.
DAT board and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be had by applying to
W D Kainev on Walnut e trout, Macon
Sept. 141374 LJV-M4
W- A ttVST'S.
Com, En aid Floor Enin
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Com, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“tie p he op imp,”
Tlie *3estBm the World, Always on Hand.
! claim superior facilities iu tire purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
And I will make it the interest of Merchants und Planters to call on me with their MONET
or GOOD PAPF.R. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
W, A, HUFF.
WOOD AND COAL.
I HAVE established, near the Macon <fc West
ern Railroad Depot, an ample yard with
Fairbanks’ best scales) to supply all kinds of
Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Orders left at the offices of Messrs.
11. L. Jewett, Greer, Lake <fe Cos., Turpin &
< >gden, through Postoffice, or at the Yard, will
have prompt attention. Come and sec
122-200 MILO S. FREEMAN.
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFCE, )
Macon A Brunswick Railroad Cos., y
Macon, Ga., October SO, 1872. )
ON and after Thursday October 31, 1872,
trains on this toad will run as follows:
DAT PASSENGER TRAIN, DAILY (SI'NDATS EX-
I SPIED. )
Leave Macon 9:15 a. m.
Arrive at Jesup 35 P M ’
Arrive at Brunswick 10:00 v. nl
Leave Brunswick 4 ; so a. m.
Arrive at Jesup . 0:45 a. m!
Arrive at Macon 5 : 10 t>. M ’
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN, DAILT.
Leave Macon 8.25 r m
Arrive at Jesup 5 00am
Arrive at Savannah 8.30 a. m
Leave Savannah 7.30 p. m
Leave Jesnp .11 10 p m
Arrive at Mucon 7.80 a. m
Both day and night teains connects closely
at Jesup with trains to and from Florida.
UAWKINSVILLE TRAIN DAILT, (SUNDAYS EX
Leave Macon 2:50 r. m.
Arrive ut llawkinsville 1] 6:25 r. m.
Leave Hawkinsville 6:55 a. m.
Arrive at Macon 10:35 a. m.
174tl General Superintendent.
Change of Schedule.
MACON ANI > WESTERN R. R. OO , |
Macon, Ga., October 31, 1873. f
ON and after Sm day November 3d, the fol
lowing schedule for Passenger Trains,
will be observed on this road:
Leave Macon S:ls a. m.
Arrive at Macon 3:05 a. m.
Leavu Atlanta 8:20 a. m.
Arrive at Atlanta 2:40 p. m.
NIGHT PASSF • ,EK AND FREIGHT.
L-avc Macon 8:50 p. m.
Arrive at Macon 3:20 a. m.
Leave Atlanta 8:00 p. m.
Aj rive at Atlanta. 4:55 a. m.
Making close i- uection? at Macon with
Central Railroad f Savannah and Augusta,
■nd with Southw ru Railroad for points in
South west (.eorgii At Atlanta with Western
and Atlantic Railw - for points West.
A. J. WHITE,
Aumaxd L. Bctts Edgar A. Boss.
COAL A ND WOOD.
\ X T E are ready to till orders at reduced rates
V V for tlic very , st
COAL CREEK ana ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK a f .d HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
-tore of Winship A Callawsy, or at yard M. &
W R. R , will receive prompt attention.
' 114-192 BUTTS* RSB.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
RESPECTFULLY tender his professional
services to the citlz'-ns of Macon and vi
cintty, Office at Drug Stars No. 3 Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev Samnel Boy
kin's. Georgia avenue Calls left at either
Diace w£l rsoetve prompt attention, eelfftf
NEARLY OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
Board 3.00 per Day.
T. H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. Maclkllan,
James W. Meara, In the Office.
ONE of the most desirable places on Troup
Hill, one mile from the Court House, and
near Mercer University. Nineacrcs of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Parties wanting to rent a good honse can se
cure one by applying to the undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. H. Wrigley & C0.,66 and 68 Second
street, Macon, Ga.
132-tf JAMES W. KNOTT.
THIS HOTEL ranks second to none in
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term, It is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant.
The best Water in Georgia.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS AND OILB,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS AND BRUSHES,
PATENT MEDICINES, Etc.
CHEAPEST CIGARB EVER;OFFERED IN
Nest’s Extra Kerosene Oil!
NO. 1 FIRE TEST.
LAMPS and CHIMNEYS and WICK
Satisfaction guaranteed in all purchases.
I have for sale the purest and best WhUky
and Gin in this city for Medicinal purposes.—
One trial will satisfy the most fastidious.
ROLAND B. HALL,
Dealer la Tkorturm’s Sardes teed,
191-t# Cor. Cherry Bt. sad Oettee AVW*-