MACON DAM IMTIBPBISI
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lines, wing a smith.
So. 1# Hollingsworth block.
All letter* riltitliiU '"l‘
rmmJ to l.ltun, Winy A Smith, Moron, tin
OtemsuntMfwo* for the I*l*' *htuld hr od
-4 rated lo If* IMUor. W* conuol uiuUrtnU I"
,et*m rrjrr'rd rommut'il'OiO. Hitl authmtl
,.iud nr r-. u,,ra, fruit aft Jtrrl* of thr SU>t', ei-
.. , - ■ ■ ~ - -t*~.
Un Frank J. lIEHUNOTOb Ih our only
uuUwtiitd City Agent, and lie i (Inly em
powered lo solicit work for tlm office, and
•nbacripthm* to the Entkiu-hihe.
Ml. CItAHhKK L. Mi/.e, book mid new
dmler. I* rmr nulhori/oil agent in I>awon,
J. L Tucker isottr authorized agent at
Mr. W. ft. Deideick. Souther* Expreas
Company Office, is our authorized Agent
I. N Setmoiik, of Uyingion Hotel,
la ourautborired Agent at Urlffiu
Mr. Ed T. BtixotoH Is our agent
la Fort Valley.
W. WATkll IIKMaN. Editor.
lIOHtll I.Kt l I I I IH 1)1 *l>
Bucb ii the announcement to the world
tula morning. He died at ten ininulea to
■even o'clock yctorday evening, at 7ai/y
--town, New York The dispatch save lie
was conscious, and passed peacefully away.
This event, although sudden, Is not alto
getlier surprising, as the telegraph has
aubuuncsd from day to day bis failing
health. Yet the news will carry sadness
everywhere No American of the present
generation bad become more widely
known, aud generally respected. His life
Uaa been oue of integrity and labor. Aud
now that bis record is closed on earth ho
Will be Judged, as all men are, hy his
deeds Ilia lift) has been an eventful one
a m luaaeclrd with tba politics of Ida coun
try , tbe Influence of which will be fell to
the remotest generation)).
mm. NriiPHKM* npitx h in
Tbe 3rd of December i* the dele filed
upon by Mr. Htepliens to comply with the
request of many of the prominent citizeus
of Atlanta to make a public address at the
Capitol. In an article ou Mr. Stephana,
la yesterday's liwue, we predicted that lila
utterance* ou that occasion would be de
liberate iu>d worthy of attention—that In
deed they might prove one of the best leg
iM-ie* that be Will leave to coming genera
Hun*. Since writing that article we are
la reclpt ol the Atlanta Hun of a üb*e
qurot date, wherein wo Cud eonie words
from Mr. Stephens that confirm the opin
ft peaking in tUesccuud person, be says :
"In yielding to tbe eolicltulioua of those
wbo eaked for the addreee. Ida object was
to give bis views mainly in reforcuco to
tbe future, aud especially in tefcrencc to
the hiture ef the Democracy of Georgia, at
well a* the United fttates, in relation to
tbair principle* aud their future policies
"Mr. Stephen,, above all things, politi
cally, desire* unity in the Democratic party
in tbit Htate, and in all tbe State* . but
that unity which alone can lie secured by
ac ad Iterance lo those principles of tlirir
faith ou which the Government waa
founded, and ou the maintenance of
which all sure hope, for the preservation
ef the liberties of llic country depend
Upon these principles, when strictly nil
liered to. the Democracy have never suf
tered defeat, and in Mr. Stephens’ judg
merit never will " ’
Alluding te uufrioudiy charges that he
desires to be United ftletee Heustor, Mr. 8
"We heve only to say that Mr Stephens
desires nothing, politically, so Tar aa he it
Individually concerned, but to serve his
couolry. aud lo the utmost of his shllity.
physically and mentally, to contribute ail
in bit power to aid in the preservation and
|>erpatualion of the free institutions of our
ancestors in whatever sphere or position
those abilities msy ire brought useluily,
Into exercise He has uo personal views,
wishes, objects, alms or aspiiationa what
ever to gratify ’’
Theae ara the wort* of a patriotic
alaleaiueu. that untie but lover* of their
country will permit themselves to fully
understand and appreciate
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We regie! that the Atlanta mail* came
au late to hand as to prnveut makiug use
of our exchange* from that city, of this
morning The Constitution notices the
editor ut the SltTßltriuaat in the following
”On Thursday night, the First Metho
dist Cbureh was tilled by oue of the large*!
congregation* ever assembled In this city
Kev W Walkiu Hick*, of Macou. preached
an eloquent and impressive eeriuon from
tbe text " We have not followed cun
ningly deviaed fables.'”
The sermon was a running history of
the origin and usurer of the Cbusltau re
ligion. refining the various charges of
ratioualiem in reference thereto, parllcu
larly Kenan in bis •• Origin of Christiani
Tbe second part of hi* sermon was un
ruquiry Into the pieaent status of the
Christian religion, affirming tbe text. Its
spiritual, enltghluiug influence wee panic
ulerly insisted upou aud the manifest
'Range which is wrought on the miud aud
life ot the Believer t'rrtaia evidence* of
conversion and regeneration were consid- ,
ered at length, during which the congre
gation present joined with the preacher in
expression* of gratitude to God llial the
essential feature ot Christianity were to- 1
-Great feeling pretailed among the
coagtwgaliou at lime* during the delivery
of the sermon, aud it made a deep iurpres
at ou upon every oae wbo heard it."
In it* notice of the Second day’* proceed
ings of tbe North Georgia Conference, the
same paper baa the following Kev W
Walkiu Hick* of the South Goorgia Con
I'erewce. was Introduced to the Conference
lie is tha talented editor of the Maces Kn
rwreisß. a man of culture and taste, of
eloquence aud fine persoueHe. lie is young
yet. Suit l* the coming Uaacotub of the
t hurch “
In the Doctor s absence, we feed at lib
erty to copy the foregoing, and to expreea
our gratification ot the appreciation of
LEGHLATI’iIE OF UEOBCIII
Tbe Legislature of Ibis Bute will inset
on lb* first Wednesdsy In January. Tbs
Democrats aro lit tlm majority In both
braoches. aud will, as a consequence have
the otgauization In tbnir own bauds. The
press of tbe State aro already oanvlng
the qualification of candidates for \:ii!oiih
position*, and urging tbelr favorites upon
the attention of members of the I/'giiluture
Qualifications being equal, all have equal
claims to consideration. What is wauted
in each House is an impartial presiding
officer, who will respect the rights of the
minority alike with tlioae of the majority
aud presevro in all respects the dignity of
Such au officer we trust will he selected
This is of much more importance than as
lo what portion of the State bn may rep
The Americus Republican brings for
ward Hon. W A Harris, of Worth, for
President of (ho Senata,aud Hon. W I). An
derson of Cobb for Speaker of the House
Of tbe former geutlcmnu tbe Kcpuhli
cun says "His election would insuie a
faithful, prompt aud efficient presiding
officer, and he a rnmplimant to, and rec
ognition of the Democracy of his Disliict
and especially to tha Democracy of South
West Ueorgia, ever true and reliable un
der all circumstances, who liava never
ytt barn honored witli a State officer or a
presiding officer of either bouse of tbe
General Assembly. In consideration ol
his worth as a man. hit high character
for intrgiity aud honor, lie is commended
to the Senators elect for the next presiding
officer of the Senate."
Of the former the same paper holds tlrr
"Hon W 1). Anderaon would come
ucarer filling the position and giving gen
eral satisfaction, than any other member,
ills long experience ns a legislator, his
knowledge of parliamentary luw, Iris un
swerving energy in businfiH*. his gentle
manly depot ttuent urn! Ids popularity as u
citiveu, all render him n fit mid proper
person for the high position."
This strong endorsement of the lb pub
Mean, aud tbe well known qualification of
the gentlemen named, will insure a proper
consideration. Let all speak their pref
COL. J AMPIN K. NNi:t:ir.
Tii* pres, of Hi* State, with singular
unanimity, are suppotliug this gontlriimn
for Secretary of State. This we are certain
ly glad to see. Tried by the true stsndard
of qualification',—lntegrity, competency
aud fldellty--ho it eminently the man fur
the place, in anyiug that much w* do
not mean that there are mil other men iu
the Htate equally qualified, but Mr. Bneed
hat a peculiar claim upon his guild for
support in hi* aipiralioue to official statlou
iu the preecut instance. Few men have
been more laboroua and efficient in a long
editorial carter Ilian Mr. Mured. Ilia pen
ha* slwtys been s courseroalur of right
principle* , and its power ha* often bean
wielded iu the advancement of others
with lets qualifications than hit to higher
places lhau that which lie now seek*.
Ills long connection with the press of
Macou and Mavanuah lias made him aril
known, especially to the people of Middle
and Lower Georgia whose voice would go
up in unison iu his iiehalf. We trust the
representatives of the peoplo will ti* a unit
In calling him to the position uutuod, not
only for his own sake but for the good of
the public interests, which would in hit
hand, be faithfully administered.
()N* of our Stale exchange* ackuowl
edges Itself under obligations to a promi
nent railroad official for an annual pssa
over lilt road In its exuberant jay at
auch evidence of condescension, the paper
expresses the opiuUm that no road can
boast of a more superior or energetic au
perintendent, and trusts he will Hlwnv*
remain it; his position
This reminds u* of a notice the Sheboy
gan (Michigan) Gem of Thought gave
Aitcmus Waul "This gentleman came
into our office to-day and gave us u large
amount of printing to do, besides six tick
et* to his exhibition We therefor# eon
aider him not only the first geutlcmnu but
tbe prince of showmen of the Uuitcd
States lie has the finest show ever
brought to this town aud our citizen*, oue
aud all, will will lose a great treat unless
they attend it to-morrow night."
tiii: t. s. snt iuitMiiiv
Tha Aiuerlcus Republican brings for
ward tbe name af Col. Charles T Uoode,
"aa one eminently qualified for the poti
lion" of U. M Senator. Whilst it may be
entirely true, as the Republican aavt. tiiat
"the record of this gallant Georgian atauds
without blemish aud bis name will go
dowu to history os a hero among heroes."
qualities of experienced statesmanship are
Indispensably nredfhl to such a high posi
tion It it true, aa a member of the last
Legislature, Col. Goode did himself credit,
tor which he will not be forgotten, but we
hope to see our wisest aud most experi
enced statesman called forth at this partic
ular time iu the history of our beloved
State tyid nation. Not a name bat been
mentioned in this connection, that we
have seen, hut tho State of Georgia would
delight to houor Gordon, Johnson, Hill.
Miller. Fielder and Goode, aud others we
might enumerate, are names that lend dig
nity and strength to the Commonwealth.
We trust the Legislature will be governed
by the highest wisdom iu it* action, when
the vlar of election come*
The bread of life is love ; the salt of
life is work , the sweetness of life, poetry
tb* water of life,faith.
Ketukcid —The editor of the Enter
rx.UK. after* week s abeeuce ha* relumed,
and will resume hie duties with the next
Tb# Centra] City of the 27th gites tha
details of liie shooting of Hill Printer hy
Mr. J. H Moore. It seem* that for several j
month-, past, the corn-crib of Mr. Moore,
wlio liras four miles northwest of Albany,
tind fullered greatly from the depredation*
of thieve*. On Friday evening last he heard
a noise at his crib, and arming biutself
with a pistol, and going cautiously out
lie discovered a negro man, who proved to
he a workman on ids plantation, named
Bill Printer, stealing corn through un
uperaturc in the wall, caused hy portions
of a log totting away. Hailing Hill and
receiving no reply, Mr. Moore fired upon
him three times, wounding him it, the ab
domen In two pluces. and breaking a bone
in the left arm just below the elbow Hill
ran around the opposite side of the crib,
and across the front yard, and fell dead
Ho was a favorite with his employer, who
had the utmost confidence in his honesty
At a meeting of the registered voters of
! Albany on the 25th, the following notni
I nations were made for municipal officers
for the coming year, \iz : For Mayor,
j James M. Mercer, tor Aldermen. L. P. D
, Warren. John A. Davis. Hichurd Hobbs.
I L E Welch, 8a nittel Mayer, and Burrell
| f. Kemp.
On motion ol Maj. Cooper, the names
presented were unanimously nominated by
a rising vote
On the 27th, Mr. 0. A. Weatbrook an
nouuced himself an independent candidate
for Mayor under u pledge to use Ids efforts
and influence to put the best men in office
aud use the strictest economy in mlmims-
Iration of the umniclpn! duties, and says if
IV. L. Davis, W. E Jlilsinun, James
Camp, it C. McAlpin, William ltussack.
and it T. Kemp, are elected Aldermen
' will servo the citizens under the same
pledge, so t lint in any event Albany cannot
fail to be well governed.
The News of the doth, thus writes of
the Editor of the ENTKitfitisE
Du Dicks' Lecture.—We had the
pleasure of hearing only the concluding
portion of the remarkable lecture, deliv
end by Kev Dr W Watkins Hicks, un
Friday evening last, on India
The title does not indicate the cbarac
ter ol the lecture. Instead of a dcscrip
lion of the country und the people, the
lecture was a graphic uccouul of the atroc
ities of tlm East India Company, and tlm
moustroua policy of tlie liriiisn Govern
inent toward tlie inhabitants of India
The conduct of British officials, and tlie
agents of the East India Company, (liter
ally carpet-baggers.) toward tlie natives,
of Calcutta were depicted in livid colors
and burning eloquence.
Tlie parallel instinctively drawn by the
audience, as the speaker would illustrute
hy hmnerou* allusions tn the condition ol
the South, and tlm "tender mercies'' of
the "best government the world ever
aiiw," elicited frequent demonstrations of
sympathy with the clearly defined though
veiled object of the lecture.
The Dispatch of tho 2ftth says
Mr Daniel McDuffie, one of the oldest
of the old settlers of tho country, was last
week found dead in the swamp ou the east
side of the Ocmulgee above Abbeville.
He left Abbeville in the evening under
thr influence of liquor, aud the next dav
waa found dead. The weather being very
cold, it is supposed lie lay dowu upon the
ground ami was frozen Mr. McDuffie
was about seventy-four years of age.
The same paper hbvh The stockholders
of thr liawkiiisville Hank and Trust Com
pauy lirld n meeting lust week and elected
officers, a sufficient amount having becu
subscribed to authorize au organization
under tlie charter The following gentle
men were elected a Board of Directors
Charles T Ealhrop, John Ii Kendrick. J
I Sparrow, James O Jelks. jr.G Lauiar.
John Henry and J. 1) Slerion Colonel
Charles T Lathrop was elected President.
Judge John Henry Vice President, and .1
1) Stetson Cashier The bank will he of
great convenience to the merchants and
business men of liawkiiisville, and to the
The Herald,-of 2!)th says, business in
ftandersville has been better tho present
season than at any lime since the war.
Parties who were an unfortunate ::s lo he
compelled to give liens, have generally
responded promptly, aud the m ot - I tin in
Imve something over li nn tlie receipts of
tHeir cottnu crop The same paper say*
Dr A G. Thomas, for tlie past year
pastor of the Christian Church in that
city, left for Indiana ou Wednesday of
last week, greatly to the regret of his
tuethren and tlie people there
Kev. \V L Geiger has resigned the
pastoral care of the Baptist Churches in
Lauren*, which he lum served so efficient
ly for some time psst, and accepted the
work of an Evangelist in the Middle As
* notation, embracing Effingham. Seriveu
and Burke C’nmties. Hi* postoffice is now
lTbct ion :
The Gazette of the 27th says Mr Mal
lory J. Thornton. s young farmer of that
county, claims to have made this year,
w ith no other help than -a horse, seven
teen halos of cotton, and thinks be could
have cultivated four more acres of ground
in the same staple.
Last Thursday week tlie dwelling ou
the plantation known ** Farm Hill, caught
fire front sparks from the chimney, and
waa totally destroyed The house was oc
cupied by Mr 1) U Fleming, who mat all
his furniture and clothing, beside* about
three bales of cotton.
<'*lu in bus:
Kev. Dr. Harrison, of Atlanta, is to lec
ture on Spiritualism. >u Columbus, on
Monday, Tuesday aud Wednesday even
ingsol uext week, under the auspices < f
the Library Association of that city.
Tbe Sun of the 2'Jth says Dr Heard's
gin-house was broken open uigbl before
I**l between dork and daylight, aud shout
oue thousand pounds of cotton taken
therefrom The Doctor tracked tlie cot
ton to Columbus, and found a negro. War
ner Johnson, endeavoring to sell it to the
Eagle factory. He was promptly arrested,
and in a few hours John Webb’(co! 1 wa*
arrested on the same charge The Court
committed Webb, and bound over Jobo
rou for receiving stolen goods, knowing
the same to be stolen
The Mirror of Friday evening has the
follow ing items :
I he steamship .Mississippi, bound from
New Orleans lor New York, fell In with
tbe steamship City of Merida, from Ha
vana for New York, off Cape Carnaval
with her cross head broken. The disa
bled steamer waa taken in tow and after
forty hours was brought to this port, ar
riving on Thursday. The Mississppi now
tukiug in coal, will carry the passengers
of the City of Merida to New Y'ork.
Very few people gave thanks yesterday
—all the loyalty teemed lo be centered in
tbe newspapears— with no exception—
they were so thankful for national bless
ing, that they sent their employees to feast
on turkey and pumpkin pic.
A bale of cotton weighing between three
and four hundred pounds was taken from
the forward hatch of the bark Francis
Hourneuf, on Thursday night and carried
otf by some parties, who left no trace
whatever behind them Hint may lead to
On Tuesday afternoon u strange and
sudden death occurred in the store of Mon
day Habersham, a colored dealer in cotton.
George if Bollock, colored, who was
a clerk of Habersham's, was sitting in a
chair eating a biscuit. Suddenly hit* jaw
dropped, tha piece of biscuit fell outoflhe
open mouth, the eyes were set in a stare,
the body toppled over and was thrown
prostrate on the floor dead.
We are without this morning's Sttvan
i nalt or Atlanta papers.
a YYOiMin i:vr*.
Democratic and Liberal Republican
\V. A. llll’F.
ljt Hard. tied Hard.
Tuos. U. Conner, John W. Burke,
Baron C'autek, K. J. Johnston,
D. M. Dubkbtt, Christopher Burke,
2 I II Hard. Uh Hard.
John G. Deit/, J. J Cornei.i,
K. Crockett, Geokoe Buroick,
Best. Bukdiuk. K. J. Lioutkoot.
J am a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tux Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election in January. K. A. Benson.
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a candidate for (sheriff of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody’s nomiuutlon, nov‘2s-td.
The friends of E M CALHOUN announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb couuty,
subject to tlie nomination of the Democratic
The friends of Pat Crown announce him us
it candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bibb
Candidate for Mayor —The friends of
Stephen Collins respectfully announce his
namS at a suitable candidate for the office ef
Mayor of the city of Macon, subject, to the
Democratic nomination. tovJl-td
The friends f Washington I’ob, Sr., re
spectfully announce his name as a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of Tuadeus G. 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
Tl.e name of R. 11. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for Tnr Collector. Mr. Cain Is an old
citizen, and. at one time was collector of tuxes'
llis friends hope that his claims will be kind
ly considered, knowing that he will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The many tiriends of Milo S. Fkkehax an
nounce him ub a candidate for County Treas
A F. Gibson is announced as a candidate for
County Treasurer, Bubject to the Democratic
nomination. nov 14 td.
Geo. K. Cheery is announced aa a candidate
for Sheriff of Bibb county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. novl3 td
We the voters of Bibb county announce
Fix Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject to tlie nomination of the Democratic
t) I*. Finney is a candidate for Tax Receiv
er of Itilib County, subject to the nomination
of tlie Democratic Party. novttltf
The friends of Maj John A McManus an
nounce him as a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
The friends of Chas. J Wiu.iamson hereby
announce Idm * a candidate for re-election lo
the office of City Treasurer. novl'J tf
IT undersigned announces himself a> a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, ante
a ct to the Democratic nomination.
novl'J tf Fkhx Cottrur.
the friends of W. T. Nei.son announce him
a.- a candidate for fax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to tlie Democratic nomination.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention.
novl'J tf S D. Rainey.
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our duty to
benefit our fellow citizeus in every manner pos
sible, we have concluded to announce ourself a
candidate fur ihe House, sign and orntunculal
painting, subject to nothing but greenbacks or
city scrip, aud pledge ourself if elected to do our
best for our.wff, ami not go back on our consti
tuents. Windham & Cos
Under Sputswood Hotel, Macon, Ga
WOOD AND COAL.
I 11 AY E established, near the Macon A West
-1 tin Railroad Depot, an ample yard with
Ealrbauks’ lu>t scales) to supply all kiuds of
Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Order* left at tlie office# of Messrs
H L. Jewett, Greer, Lake Cos , Turpin &
hrden, through IVMoffice, or at the Yard, will
have prompt attention Come and see
l£.’-iOO MILH 5* FREEMAN.
n\Y board and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be had bv applying to
TV D Kaiuev on Walnut street," Msoon.
ftept l'J, tSra. I.TMtE.
Asxakd L. Btrnc Edoak A Koas.
COAL AND WOOD.
IF! arc ready to fill orders at reduced rate*
v t for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMI TH COAL
UPLAND OAK aid HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
store of Wlnship A Callaway, or at yard M A
W R R , will receive prompt alter,lion.
114-DO BUTTS ft ROftft.
Office Macon and Western R. B- Cos., j.
Macon, Ga., Nov. .JO. )
Ti annual meeting of Stockholders of t.
Macon and Western Railroad Company, for ti e
election of President and Directors to serve f' r
the ensuing ykar, and any other business tu t
may be brought in-fore them will he held at tl.e
office of the Company in thla city on Tuesd y
the 7th day of
uovJO td Secretary and Trcasuier.
SALE OF m LOTS.
-v rr'lLl, he sold at Public Outcry, at the
Y > Town of Milner on the Macon A West
ern Railroad, ail the
West of the Railroad Wood Shed, containing
one to four acres each.
bale to commence on Friday, the Oth day ot
December next, at 10 o’clock, a. m
Teiims One half cash and one half on the
Ist day ot June, 1870.
A .I. WHITE, President.
Mr. T. K. Turnbull respectfully announces the
appearance of the World-Renowned
‘ GREAT VIOLINIST,
IN TWO (HUM) CONCERT •,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER
7th and Util.
MISS GUAZELLA KIDGUAY
BARI TONS COMIC,
HI It. J. N. PATTISOtf.
Admission 81; Reserved Seats 50c. extra—tc
be obtained on and after December 2d at Brown
and: Co.’s look Store.
Concert will commence at 8 o’cloc k.
The Grand Piano used ut these Concerts ig
from the celebrated manufactory of Messrs
Wm. Knabe <fc Cos., of Baltimore. noySO-il
J. Holmes & Go.,
N. 82 Third Street.
JQf) BBLS. TENNESSEE APPLES,
. r >o bbls. POTATOES.
Also one car load of choice, select
III:ST PROOF DEED OATS,
Superior to anything of tlie kind ever bef re
offered in this market. Give us a call.
—FOK TUB —
Will open on Monday un elegant assortment of
ELEGANTLY BOUND BOOKS
Bibles, Prayers, Etc.,
WORK BOXES AND BASKETS,
Cl CAB BTAtfVS
Ladies’ and (Lotts' Compauioi >,
HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BONE
BOXES or KEEGAN i STATIONERY,
And endless and numberless articles of Yet u.
LAST, BUT NOT LEAST,
500 Games for the Little Omi;
PANORAMAS, DISSECTED PICTURE ,
Alphabet Blocks, Tool Chests, i lo
71 iGIF LAYTEIIXS,
Handsomely Illustrated Toy Books
KVUBER BALLS, Efc.. Etc
JftO. &£. WCL.m
ATTORNEY AT LAV .
OFFICE ON 3d 81 REF.T OYER
L. H. RANDAL'S STOIt 1,
To Tci Payers of Bill) Coos y.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Book* for i-ol
leeting the State and Countv Taxes for
1573 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 *nd cannot give any
longer time This notice is final. I can't be
responsible for anv one’s tax after that time.
All poll taxes and road taxes arc required from
both while aud colored.
novl4-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
flis Eagle Floorii Mils,
HAVING prepared n cooling and healthful
food for the
horsj: MAI,/’- DY,
are now offering it in any quantities.
Also (in admind'C i rticle of
Also PLtl.\ UOITEO MEAL
Also nil Grades <>(' FLOUR,
All of which can be obtained by leaving or
ders at W. A Huff ’s, seymour, Tinsley & Cos ,
D. Good & sons’, bmail, Gamble & Beck’s,
Las ton & Bates’ or at the Eagle Mills.
n0302w W J. LAWTON & CO.
MIX & KIRTLAND.
NO. :t COTTON AVENUE AND 03 THIRD STREET.
TJAVF, just received another full supply of Ladies fine while Kid Botton Boots.
LADIES FINE WHITE BATTERN LACE BOOTS.
LADIES FINE WHITE KID AND 3ATTERN SUPPERS.
Also a full line of Miscs’ and Children's Dress Shoes of every color, size and style.
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS, GAITERS, LACE SHOES, ETC.,
FOII GENTLEMEN’S WEAR,
Constantly replenished with all the LATEST STYLES.
LADIES WHITE KID BOWS AND BOWS AND ROSETTES, of every description.
GENTS OVER GAITERS, ETC., ETC.
Call and examine,
MIX A KIRTLAND.
THE WORLD’S FAIR
TO BE HELD AT MACON, MONDAY DECEMBER SECOND.
Combined with the Grand International Zoological Garden, Polytechnic Institute and
In Four to Ten Tent#, as the space of the Ground will permit
JOHN ROEINSON, Proprietor aud General Director; JOHN ROBIHSOH, Jr.,
This Gigantic Enterprise which has been, at a Vast Expenditure of Time and Money,
thoroughly Reorganized and Equipped for the present traveling'season, presents the BUrtlinjf,
Novel, Unique and Colossal Spectacle never before witnessed in the annals of amusement enter
prise either in this or any other age, ot
Twelve Superior Shows in one.
ALL FOR A SINGLE PRICE OF ADMISSON.
In the Collection and Organization of the Museum the utmost care has been taken to gratify
and enlighten the public liy presenting in One Vast Assemblage an accumulation such as hs
never been attempted or dreamed of by the combined tect, talent and liberality of all other man
agers in America or Europe It may he entercsting for the public to understand that for nearly
Two Years Mr. ROBINSON’S NUMEROUS AGENTS, who are fosnd in almost Every Part of
the World, have t> n actively employed in Procuring Curiosities for his GREAT TRAVELING
SHOW. Some of these were put on* exhibition for the First Time Last Year; but they have
been very largely : uppleincnted for the present season by New Accessions and Consignments
brought by almost very Steamer from Foreign Ports which has arrived in New York for th
past e ight months As au illustration of the Indomitable Energy of the well known Proprietor
of thisestablishmt :it, it may be well to remark that the Exhaustless Resources of Europe, Asis,
Africa and America* with the subdivisions of China, Japan, Australia, the Polar Regions, South
'ca islands. Arabia. Turkey, Siam, Circassia, Egypt, the Pacitic, Arctic, Indian and Atlantic
Oceans, together with tlie Red Sea and Holy Land, have all been levied upon, contributing t
swell the aggregate ot This Single Department, which after ail, constitutes but a moiety of *ll
that mav be seen.
It is estimated that in the AQUARIUM, MUSEUM, MENAGERIE and CARAVAN, there *re
Twenty Thousand Curiowities.
This Stupendous Combination has been brought together at an actual cost to the Proprietor of
TORE THAN A MILLION OF DOLLARS; which is ten times more than was eYer invested
in a single Show. The curiosities of the several departments represent the choicest excerpt*
from the realms of Ziailogv, Ornithology, Geology, Ichthyology, Conehology, Entomology, Me
chanics, Numismatics Science, Statuarv, Oil Paintings, and many rareand exquisite production*
of the Automatic ami Heliographic Arts, and so classified for this GREAT EXHIBITION, as te
challenge the adm. ration not only of Naturalists, but of Poets, Statesmen, Philosopher* au*
Parents. Sabbath and Public School ’ sobers should bear in mind that No Public Exhibitio*
ever institnt, and in America afforded a Othe of the Practical Lessons of Intuition which ars
found in this L niqne Exposition of Object Teaching.
i o this vast array 1* added, in a Separate Colossal Tent, capable of holding Ten Thousaad
A MAGNIFICENT ROMAN
HIPPODROME and CIRCUS,
With One Hundred Horses, Ponies, Camels, Mules, Riding Dogs, Monkeys, Trick
Horse*. Elephants, and Fifty of the Best Male and Female Artists In the World.
IN anticipation of the approaeli of tUs
Christmas Holldaya, we have a large stock
of new and fresh goods for the retailers, hotel*
and families ; such as
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPLgg,
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
GRAPES, PEARS and PINE APPLES,
(TO BE IU-. HE IX TIME,)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SHERRY ANI)
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane ayrup,
! new Buckwheat Flour, Bultanna, Seedless ami
London Laver Raisins, Currants, Citron
Pi lilies, New Figs, Nuts, Domestic, Fancy
and French Candies, Pickles, Primes, .lellit-a
Chestnuts, Oranges and Apples.
Must be sold to close consigwmcut, a hint to
the wise etc., ut
novls-lm GREER, LAKE A CO.