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KS j)a V MOnWXNG.
itU.I-AKS, in advance]
MACON, OCTOBER 26, 1858.
rase vi iieix- the $uhsriii>tioii
hx of the Office-
ll’on or not Won.
; jiju was without a thistles-. lit
vc#rs n was that t’olone! JJurr
". „i - the lovelies: of PhilmM-
■ luvilv hello. ami ha.l the narrowest
v;a a sccnuil marriage. .
•.'twiis in a ctowI; and carli was
, i„ r kilters tatiie, t\l ere his atten
j., ..was inteiTti|i «lM>y tliecu-
,!.nt her manner seettieiUolieek-
j« ai almost in lave Summon-
■ (J hitfai>"rh“Cnt 1>\ note. nmllitO
, <i|ijawin!r within -he hour, the
!<u' to tlte |H«'nt withapromjjt-
- ou Wipossilile in n lover one
•jtwhHb l" her jsuents ut’oL
, ,-v. rfwxjs tor her ltutnl t”
11 i. ,} •.« > to sixatil some ilays six
,5 liivT'. 'O 'i thither her lover rides
!' 1 nit .1 ttufer, Inn cot.i|Mise<lmind.
\,l ! A . innvino-voam, though lie luid
I ,-i.llv hr her Coin ersation' en-
u [ -im| payi ty ; mere charming
■'.J.. inyrr think.-. He Vries to turn
ty.tlw* silhjett neittvst Jiis
■ , with the genii iSnroured graceful
, ■ i kivclv woman, defeats his eiideavdrs.
■ i.ist ’«|iiiu> ci(]itivatoJ. he takes his
h. iiroi: tin- following morning finds
" u! .4tii.it with the heautifttl Celeste.
' tl, ; . urea! question W:US To
r j. f i|ii- renowned lady-killer, t.'c-.
• it, - she firmly risol red ruver to
:: v to hear it madam; 1 I.'iii jiromisetl
■ r, t liapi’Intsst, hut cnntifti hlume your
, I 'ni: "No, eortaiffy you canfiot,
i : rt hearing you express sur-
i atv iwiiiim should marry, and you
and with so much eloquence,
. ajiililrlo impressionon my mind.
:te i swain received the rehttif
: iniirtosty and goud humor. They
’a >t of friends.
■ n any commands to town, madam '!
. passed Then a note from Celeste
the rejected,informing him that she was
on few hours and would lie glad to seo
was puzzled, and hastened to her for
vitv iasted two hours, in the course
tender subject was daintily toueh-
i.iver forbore to mieve his suit; and
. ,ti.in ended without result. Next
v nuto Item the lady, sent in from
.1 \|it •M.ing "tip unalterable determi-
. .tin to li-leu to his suit; and re-
: tin- subject might never be tv-
' UU hi tli-evening of the same day,
. t. iii- le ttings the Vice President
•..jit a boy i.id liecu three times that of-
*... i.; messago to him, hut had n>
: v. hence it came. Attest t’ol.
-tiVv.nl wul traced tiie iioy to Uic town
i . K irlv next morning the
nine: i t’.i-te requested an interview.
. iti, lie President hied to the pres-
: nl. lie found her engaged with
, i.i,' ' reed that she was agitated nji-
; 1 impatient for the departure
. •!. At length they were alone, and
.1; ’ : j> stale her reasons for desir-
w him. With extreme embarrassment-
; d out, after several vain efforts to
; she feared her note had Hot been
i n u rw-> sufficiently polite,uiud she bad
wi'tvi il for nn nportnnity to apologize.
cm* more, lie, cxpectitlgtio such
e ! in ihtmli a-Uinisuim-ut^vitb an
upon his countenance, As she
,h -it in tearingtopiuees some ro-
! 1 ' rim of his hat, she all Mushes
lilts. ,i, le ccnfoundcd ‘and speechless,
■i-^nv .ml tliouglvl, would has e made
J;;eet furapaintes*. H* was tho lii-st
vrjmvcr tnnnicnlatc. llenyitignmnd-
w. fiiUll note was anything hut right
... in ollVreil to return it, proposwt
I.i lw considered Cancelled, amt beg-
,iw<sl to cull tbc next morning and
mil. Jfw *bis she nldoctcd, blit
''living his reqncst to n formal
: lie changed the suhjeet, and, after
ft vs* r.uiihasant conversation, took his
i to Theodosia, to whom the
. .. e.i.-ua>»U«itiaUy related, from
tb.Uu war in the condition of a
. whom a cause had lieen
1 hy the lawyers. *'Oen-
r-y. said the judge, -you must
- «i i.iihip as well as you can;
- -Mainped.* But the sapient
s piuzlud in the least. "She
! : oto-ia, '•ftntn the hegimting
■ rd 'yes;' 1ml not choosing
i;. -he told yon that >/i‘U had
’’ a .. . uments against nintrimo-
' vaiii menus, nicaSe, sir, to iHir
il.i'v'.iii .-aid. Ihitywtook itfttr
■ - • ri walked off. She c«Ue 1 volt
v. ■ "nldslieiio/ - 1 would have
: . before 1 Would Itatv'dom* fO
■ r of marriage win-'never Te-
!"vi r was probably himself nnde-
I -iralil-ness of the match. But
and Celeste there was a tender
■ for many montlis it seemed like-
" .tl Mime unexpected moment the
1 would he spolten.-;- ParUin'i
‘uunlmUou I’roiu (he t inted
Tu tilK FitEACH JN.STITT I K.
hce of t’ie KK-iich Iimlitule in
■ been placed tile - UUI. of f 0,000
nr! to be paid to tho'pecSM) who
• . f mr the cholera, ot the cause of
had its yearly meeting^ iuid
' f"r tfio present year 1H:I nj>-
i made for'the legacy, for
li iiera, and discoveries of its
imiltee dt'elare that neither
i - usl on tfic subjects meets
of the legacy. Among the
?' ■“..i:.’i 1 was one from the United
• ' a, follows;
; "hiiit of franee—
•••' K'-rs that you olU-r one hun-
... laxly that will iBsoovcra
: ' "fy. Now wit heat making cn-
' ti a knowledge of medicine I
•‘‘titled to that money, -last fall f
'die e.ilerv in its ashiatie form,
"li.i h a ,| sevcrnl niggers in
. she bad never seeij eiiny
‘ : keep in my lioase a littfc
.'" h i *nd ilowing full well the |mw-
ni lmwol complaints, i resolv-
•. "; ,IS trile. | took first a -Strong
, 11 “il l lolielic, and tlieii after
' 1 ‘ bails a strong injection of the
,,l" '•'•‘■■‘■'if my koddy'v as .ftit llnv
y .■.- t belter, tlwt gave mo ami my
' r '_cahami j rvjteutcdsoventl times
w the same wav, r.nd hy tliat
"'bg of find i am here ttoday
* o “ ' suite romeify. 1 can not te*l
r. 11 i,! made, hnt I no it has n
1 P'-'l'ir in it and you will find
■ -a i«m i;, rill ., u h00n "j su fiujitniy
’"'I'Mf.iUy, ' . ■ •
"s-iice u r IVaee J- towftsldji, -
°»nty, State Hf ■.. — ■'
"""v.uii ,-vying in Fraiu e, “ D
-j 1 "WtU Je ricn. ,n In other;
"• l : r ' cuu never dreauus buf tilV.
i-i, ’ • wtuotry 'ispiiru will, uo‘
- | T ! '" ll ' ,e, l at not receiving the bun."
r« fc"*' l,ut *** unght to tajleo'
' ict that .lenncr and llarrcr,;
il ’ • crew in the medical world,
• •), '"H tlieir disoovuries apiireeiat-
^ 1 0'nilfr.
From the California Golden Age.
i IIVDKOPATIIV VS. ALLOPATHV;
I OR, A NIGHT IN A SHAPT.
If there’s “many a slip between the cup and
lip,” there’s also many a slip from the'use of the
cup. "Whoever has visited the mining regions,
and especially the quart* mining portion of Cali
fornia, . will have observed the numerous pros
pecting shafts in the hills, which, whether suc-
ivssfuf or not, are unavoidably left open, making
it a dangcrocs locality to travel in after night,
■especially \\Uen tlieni is no inoonlight, and more
particularly when the heavens ar.‘ ob-curtvl by
darkening clouds. I bad a friend, a physician
who was often railed out at night, and not un-
freijBoutly his route lay in the neighborhood of
this dangerous ground; but, trusting to his
knowledge of the locality and his own caution,
he novel' felt afraid of any danger hy falling into
these pits, where life would lie periled by a per-
pohdiciilar descent of perluips eighty or ninety
feet into twenty feet of water, which, if he escap
ed broken limbs hy the fall on the one hand,
he was sure of drowning on the other. My friend
was an original genius self-reliant and courage
ous, ardent in the pursuit of his profession, and
naturally disposed to make light of tTying cir
cumstances where he was individually interest
ed, and who had, withal, seen many ups and
itowns in life, and had had his full share of mis
fortune, against which he had manfully strug
gled ; amt to use his own expression, he had
never been in so tight a idaco but that he had
contrived to get out, if ho was ever so light.
It whs about 10 o’clock one dark night last
Spring,-during the rainy season, tlmt a rap came
to the doctor's door, ami, on olieying the call, the
voice of an Irishman responded: " Doctor, the
mistress Malony’is taken sick with i he cramps
and, he my soul, an.' ye wad (hid her alive, y
must run till the breath is out ov yerlsidv; for
I doubt cf St. 1‘nthrick himself can save the life
v hen" It was an awful night. The rain pour
ed down in torrents, the night was of inky dark
noss- but it was a desperate case, anil, availing
himself of the messenger's lantern, the doctor
hurriedly salliisl out, under the impression tlmt
he would most likely he detained all night.
IlisjaUli lay along a dangerous route on Church
Hill, where there were several deep shafts, but
with caution and his knowledge of fhe locality,
lie reached the house of the sick woman with
out difficulty, and by proper restoratives, contriv
1 to “tape tiie breath in her body, and after a
while made her so comfortable that his present
services were no longer needed.
'Tiie immediate danger over, the spiritual com
fort of those in health was looked after in a tlow-
ing bowl of "potheen.” The night was colil, the
whisky strong, the water in it warm, and the
hospitality of the honest Irishman, like tho
Weather, was overflowing. " The warm drink
wad kape flic could out ov the body and was
better than doether’s stuff and pleasanter to
take.” My friend, convinced hy such reasoning,
nothing loth, took a sup, a second and a third,
in fact, repeated tho dose so often that lie felt
himself proof against cold weather and cold wat
As his patient was easy and in no immediate
danger he resolved to return homo. It was now
1 o'clock ; the storm continued unabated ; hut.
against the earnest solicitations of his friends, he
resolved to brave it.
Well, if you will go, ilocthcr, dear, I’ll go
wid ye wid the lantern."
" t lo to the d—I with your lantern,” echoed
the lloctor; "1 khow tiie way perfectly well,
and ns for the darkness, I can iCi through it
double now. The Doctor and 1 will keep each
other company as we always have done and the
punch will keep the rain out”
“ Take another pull, then, if you will go,
said his host "Sure, an ye can’t have to much
of a good thing on such a night as this. Watigli
but the sluice-gates of heaven nre broken loose,
sure, and all tiie dirt of the airtli’ll be washed
out before morn."
I do not mean to say. tlmt the doctor was
drunk. O, no, that would lie a serious accusa
tion ; besides, lawyers have not decided where
the lufnmg-point between beingtightand drunk
as his strength to do so temained. He com
mended himself to bis Maker. pe»vcd that his
sins might lie forgiven, and if (ioil ordained that
ho should thus perish lie hoped In’s transgres
sion might not debar him from all Mercy in
heaven. Trickle, trickle came the little rilLs in
to his tomb, slowly but surely the water arose,
till at length it reached his chin—his mouth—
and he bent his head backward to lie able to
breathe, lie sunk into a state of half-uncon
sciousness. Tho rain at length ceased, the vvea
rv, wretched hours ; ms soil on, ami he was still
alive, when by looking upwards toward the sky
lie was conscious that daylight was nppearin:
For the first time hope beamed his heart—he
might 1* saved—and lie Vhouted with all his
strength. It was not long 1 afore he heard a
human voice exclaim “ Ilowly Vargin! what’:
that y ’ -
‘It’s nte—it’s inc—Tm in the shaft—for the
love of (toil help me out—I’m almost dead—
help iw out!" shouted the drowning man—
and a face peered cautiously over the brink of
the shaft into the darkness below. "Mother of
Saints, how did ye get there, and who arc youl’
replied the man above. "I’m doctor
Tiie doctor was just full’enough to increase
his own reliance ori himself. He had a vague
perception on going out that a knife would lie
.t riinvement-articlo to cut a bote iu tlui dark
ness to let II little light through, but without
any lnteir to himself his eyes gave sparks of fire,
and lie was satisfied that, if they did not seo
their way through, why, he could feel bis way
with his hands—and so he did.
* Well, this is a dose,” lie soliloquized, yvs lo
went on slowly, while tluiroin pettcilhlm in the
face. "Humph! hydropathy with a vengeance.
1 never did believe in tile practice. Allopathy
forever! if (hie) i ain’t the patient and don t
have to take the medicine myself Hydropathy
in homopnthie doses is (hie)—yes, it is—rain is
good for young sprouts—but (hie) I’m an old
on*—don’t want to grow any more—say, cloud,
just i hie) screw down your tourniquet a minute-
think the (hie) flow too great for the system (hie)
to—great country, this, for water cure establish
ment—gut into one myself, sboincliow—don’t
b-b-liclicvc In the practice—(hie)—too d
<0, it’s my delight, iu a shiny night,
In theseasonofthe year.’
•V<| banks a:\d (hie) braes and streams around’—
li the rain ku ua on I thiuk you'H itmennt.
•FISir on. gentle river’—
CghJ the rain makes me (hie) shiver.
Open sesame, and let me in ! llcl—’’ It
supposed tlte doctor meant Help! as he wildly
shoutetWn agony, fir he had not lime to finish
the word before his voice was lost in the stir-
rounding world—a sepulchral splash, anti all
was sile nt amid-the dreary darkness, save the
rain which still pattered in torrents upon earth'-
surface, and (tickled in rills into the shaft into
which tlte doctor Imd unmistakably fallen. For
a moment there was a gurgling—a dcsjierate
struggle for something; bttt a- moment served
.to show the .unfortunate son of .Ksculapius
that lie had fallen into ondiif tlic sliafts—which
proved to.M only about fifteen feet «leep—and
be found- hh'e clf standing, on its liottom, im-
erswi so liis chin in the water, liven this may
have 1>een considereti fortunate, for, but a few
feet distant, v-tis another shall fifty feet deep,
th twenty font of water in it Had he fallen
into this there would have been no possible
. haute of escape. His immersion and bis ter-
- ilile position sob»ro»l him nt once
i Ie felt his awful situation keenly; there was
,-varcely n chance for escape. It was perhaps •>
o’clock, and day would not dawn till t’—four
four weary hours. Cries would be unavailing,
for no one would be stirring in that dreary
weather till down, and could he endure the cold
immersion so Jong ? Would his strength hold
outThe water Varoe j«>uring m from little
rills formed fcv the rain, and was slowly but
surely rising;’ his head was latrely aliovc the
lli kmI, and though his physical strength might
possible endure till morning, there was a strong
probability that he would he completely immers
ed In a short time aud lie would lie drowned.
Death stared hm in the face with scarce a pos
sibility. of cscajie. His iifo passed in rapid re
view before bini; his errors stood in strong ar
ray. and lie wished for life that he might atone
as-far ns he could before it was too late.
He was to tiie, and bitterly he reproached
himself for His misdeed* which perhaps he would
not have thought of under better cimimstan-
ClS. so true it is tlmt in tlte enjoyment of life
ami ■ strength and prosperity, men give little
'hoed to.a right preparation for abnghter and
niorc joyous wtirJd in ilwivcn. Then #pam nw
childhood—his father's^ home—his oldptoy-
crouiids—liis schoolmates, and oh ! hiswi'ier
-—ri*iueiuhci\*«l laving his head upon his iuoth*
oris hosmn in his hours of childish sorrow—her
soothing circsses—her kfmllrwwds—her kiss
of love, all, all rushed mpon bts almost mad
dened brain, and theft hot gushing tears flow
ed freely as tbriso cherished images came lo
bis mind, and he exclaimed aloud, ' ’’ ob >. "‘.““‘j
er, mother!” Is there.a man in the civiuwtl
world whose soul does not at tunes cling with
childlike simplicity to Hie memory ofa motfi-
6ris love; rewemberiug a. raotlwr s fond ern-
bmec—her deep «.rc anti ufioetion that uolloii
up front her Vf 'ry heart T Mine does, and I love
m»d yyspedt. woxuan for mother s sake, .as well
as tuv own
get ropes haul tiie out—Fm nearly perished and
cannot stand it lone.”
It providentially happened tluit the honest
Irishman was passing thus early when he heard
the "voice from liclow,”and though much fright
ened, lie ran to the nearest cabin, and alarming
tiie family, tiie cords were instantly taken from
the bedstead, and rushing to the shaft they let
down the rope which with difficulty, the doc
tor fastened around him; but Iteforehe was half
way. up, the treacherous ro;ie broke, and he was
once mure immersed in the most extravagant
hydropahtic state. Doubling the cord, aseeond
trial brought the doctor into the “wide, wide
world." a wet, if not a wise man. He was sav
cd, and lias eschewed hot "potheen” from that
Tiie Orvsit Explosion in Ifnvnnn
We copy the following account of this terri
ble accident from tlte Havana correspondence
of the Charleston Mercury:—
On the 29th September, at half-past 4, p. m.,
our community was thrown into a sudden state
of consternation hy the explosion of a powder
magazine near the southwestern quarter of tlte
city, but separated from it by tiie right arm of
our l«iy which washes the slope of‘Fort Atares,’
and directly opposite the Military Hospital. Tlte
concussion reached every part of the city, nnd
did some damage to walls, glass and roofs; hut
the scene of most awful destruction was in tiie
immediate vicinity of the magazine, where near
three hundred persons were at work upon su
gar warehouses which were being constructed—
six of which were -ready for service, ami thir
teen in various stages of progress, to be ready
for the now crop—ail now a mass of ruins, ami
liaving’buried many persons in their fall. The
magazine contained ldd.OOtl pounds of jiowder,
40ii shells, lion grenades, and a large quantity
of rockets, with fixed ammunition, all ready for
distribution on board of our naval vessels when
required for active service. The shells explo
ded in the air or took lateral directions through
file warehouses, where so many were employed,
u|ion and over the water; but, fortunately for
the city, none canto in that direction. For a
few moments the air was filled witli fragments
of rocks, ltodies, burning, hissing and exploding
missiles, returning to the earth to close the work
of desolation. The deaths are supposed to lie
about 112; wounded in the military hospital
and elsewhere, 128—witli strong hopes that
many of them will recover. t)f the estimated
deaths only fifty-four bodies have yet been found
and indentificil Of the three hundred jicrsons
known to have been in the vicinity at the mo
ment as guards, laborers, directors of the works,
itc., sixty remain, of which lint few are known
to be safe. Of the guards at tlte magazine, six
teen, and a non-commissioned officer, only three
are left, who were at the moment a little dis
tance front tho ground seeking refreshment, and
the othqrs were probably thrown into tlte bay,
which lias been the.case witli many others.
Tiie gas works, west of tiie military hospital
and adjoining! were damaged to the extent of
many hundreds of thousands. With great
trouble, they have repaired one of the gasome
ters, so that the residences within tiie city walls
w-putully smuified with light • ■:> -am—
at least three months 'Centre the new construc
tions necessary can la 1 completed. At the in
stant of the casualty, Gen. Concha was passing
from tiie city to his country residence, and a-
liout a mile from the spot lie lefthis carriage,
mhI mounted a hoise of one of his guards arri
ving at full speed upon the ground, his path
way covered with the falling rubbish—debris
of rocks, piece* of alinlls, -te. .He was the first
person tlmt came to the relief—although Uu-ia
soon followed by officers and troops, and thou- 1
sands of citizens anxious to alleviate the great
affliction and to soothe the sufferers. The Cap
tain General took charge and direction of the
labor—lieing every where—ready with his hands
as with heart and mind—and in a few minutes
many boats, filled with the wounded, were speeil-
across the water to the military hospital,
where every human aid and scientific help were
in instant action, under the nursing care of
those angels lent to earth, known where sorrow
dwells as the blessed "Sistn-s of Charity.” I
happened to he on the ground at the same tno-
mem that Get). Concha arrived, having been
near that quarter of the city on business Ta
king a lioat, I was soon on the csplcnade. in
view of the field of blood and torture. In the
midst of the terrible display, absorbing every
sense, touching every sentient chord, I could
not avoid admiring tbc noble manner, the quick
perception ol the exact tiling necessary anil lo
do at the instant, displayed by General Concha,
who gave encouragement everywhere^—liis gen
tle voice reaching every sufferer, while tlte tear
stood large ami still in his Hashing eye. I had
never seen before a countenance in which so
much was to be read, as liis thoughts seemed
expressed before liis words were uttered. Al
though the organization was perfect for remo
val of the ruins to rescue those beneath. Gene
ral Concha would not leave the place until lie
liad personally seen every human lieing—the
dead or the wounded that could be reached, re
moved from the locality, for such care as w.'s
necessary. These are thelife-trials which bring
forth the real qualities of men; there is no fic
tion or conventionalities te hide or cramp the
worth, and many noble instances were given in
proof by his officers aiul soldiers through the
night nnd tlte following day. With tills scene
in our midst, we were prepared to feel the more
lingering Cite of the sufferers on board of the
Austria, I am aware that you mast know, hy
way of New Orleans, of this event; hut even
witli nil tho description tliat I could give, or
others might furnish, the picture will not real
ize tlte melancholy facts to your mind Through
tho instructions and inlluencc of General Con
cha, most liberal assistance has lieen provided
for the families of those who have lost tlte labor
ujton which they depended for subsistence. Tlte
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
1858 AND 1859
ROSS, COLEMAN & ROSS'
“Bazaar of Fashion
"X'CT’E are oow in receipt of tke largest and most
\.\ comprehensive Stock of Goods that wo have
everpreseated te the public. Below we simply give
yon an idea of oar conutlcss variety, and then come
and sceus, and if we don't show you tliat ours is the
largest Stock hi Macon, we are responsible for the
Doahe Jupe Robe Alalze.
Velvet Embroidered Silk Robes, two Jupes.
Robe Alaise in Silk, Cashmere and Dehune.
Robes Aqnille in Silk, Cashmere and Delaine.
Silk Uohes in two or three Volants.
Deux Jones Alaise in Silk and Worsted.
Printed Cashmeres iu Plain and Fancy colors.
Plain Poult DeSoie and Glmcie Silks.
Chintz Drognset and Chlnis Printed Delaines.
Bayadere Silks. Cashmeres and Delaines.
Mousseline DeCbinea in every color and variety.
Satin Plaid Poult DeSoies in all colors.
Black Gro de Rhine Silks, sll widths.
MarceUioes and Lining Silks.all colors.
Ponit De Soie Qnille Stripes.
Plain and Fancy Colored Challiea.
Morning Dresses with Fancy borders, and Sleeve
Trimings in Cashmere and Delaine.
Valencias in Stripe and Bayadere Patterns.
G la Piaida and Stripes, in endless variety.
Black Merinoes, Alpaccas, Challies, Italian Cloths
in great profusion.
Lupin a famous brand of Merinoes and Delaines ol
every shade and hue.
English Merinoes at New York prices.
Ginghams, Side Stripe Calicoes and Delaines.
A job lot of 33 cents Delaines at 12) cents a yard-
I The above gives bat a slight conception of their
Stock of Dress Goods now nn hand at the ‘‘Bazaar
of Fashion," by ROSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
Embroidery and Lacc Department.
Real Point A'Lencon Lace setts from f 13 to $40
Real Point A Plique setts from $10a sett to $25.
Valencienes Lace setts in Plain Lace and transfer
from $4 to $35 a sett.
Honiton Lace setts at all prices.
French worked Collars nnd Sleeves from the low
est price to $17 a sett.
Embroidered and Plain Linen Collars and Sleeves
at all prices.
Marseilles setts of the newest patterns.
French Yokes and Chemisettsof superior quality
Friliings and Flouncings of every quality from 33
cents a yard*'o $3.
Dimity Bands iu great profusion.
Linen Em iroidery. beautiful both in Edgings and
Swiss and - ambric Edgings and Insertions of ev
cry concei vaoie style and price.
Ladies Iteaf Point Lace trimmed Handkerchiefs
entirely new -oattern and shape.
Embroidered Bridal Kerchiefs very new and ex
Ladies' Round “Princess Olga.”
Ken-hiefs thnt excite the admiration of all.
Plain Hemstiched and Bordered Handkerchiefs,
in large quantities.
Misses' Silk Embroidered Talmas.
Misses’ Dresses in Merino, exceedingly rich.
A fine Stock of Infant’s Embroidered Dresses and
A choice selection of Embroidered Skirts and
The above constitutes a few of our styles, all ot
which we will be happy to show you at
ROSS, COLEMAN & ROSS’
“Bazaar of Fashion.'
Clonk, iflnntilln and SItaivI Dc-
Il'lie following embraces a few of our styles to
which we invite the attention of purchasers:
■Embroidered Velvets from $30 to $75.
“Princess Olga” for Winter of 185$.
“Meg Merilies" “ “ “ ••
“Douizetta” “ “ “ “
“Frezzolina” “ “ “ “
"Pepita Gassier" “ " “ “
“Rotalies,” a plain but neat style.
•‘M. riitain,” tasty and full pattern.
“Coras," “ “ “
“Evits,” with and without sleeves.-
“Casta Diva" of Beaver Cloth, imported.
Stella Shawls of all colors.
Reversible Scotch Shawls that cau be worn three
Ladies Promenade Shawls.
Cashmere and Merino Scarfs “a La Eugenia.
Plush bordered Shawls, fancy colors.
Velvet and Zephyr Scarfs for the Neck.
Rigulotts and Nubees for Evening wear.
Zephyr Shawls, and iu fact everything to please
the Ladies in the above Department, at the “Ho-
of Fashion," by
OSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
Hosiery mid Glove Department.
maiaijun.il. . . n-.njiered from the lightest
to the heaviest make. ”
Pearl and White Silk Hose both plain and Em
broidered, in great variety.
A full line of German and real British Hose, both
black nnd white, comprising every quality.
A due assortment of heavy spun silk Hose, both
white and blsck.
Lama, Cashmere and Thibet Hose in ail colors,
and in great variety, tor winter wear.
In children's Hosiery oar Stock is very rati, em
bracing a full line of « oa Fancy colored Me-
rim, tinae, striped and Polka Shetland do.
An elegant and well as serted Stuck of Gents Half
Hose, all colors.
Boys Half Hose, in all sizes and colors.
In Ladies and Geuts Gloves, we defy competition,
as our Stock comprise* a full line of Foreign and
Domestic Manufacture, embracing the most cele
In Silk and Merino Undershirts, both for Ladies
and Gents wear, we promise von a most superior
line of all qualities. Dont forget to examine this
branch of our Department at the “Bazar of Fash
ion," by- - ROSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
money or property” loss is of the least eonse- ere, Baskets, Reticules,
qtience, as tliat wifi be an industrial advantage, " hslebooe, Brass an
although it will largely pass a miUionofdollars
—one life not to be computed therewith, 1
hand you a view of the explosion, locality, Ac.
|viic Issue stated.
‘There is no possiblo chance of the election
of either Mr. Douglas or Mr. Lincoln. Xeith
er will be elected, hut some good National Dem
ocrat will be chosen.” - This is tho talk of the
few gentleman who have devoted themselves to
secure the defeat of Judge Douglas in his re-c-
iection to, the 'Senate of tfio United Slates.
Those who twe this argument are not fools, and
vet there is not a discreet' man in Illinois who
will sav that it is any other titan a fool’s—if it
lie not tliat, it is the shallow contrivance of a
knave, who thinks the people can be hoodwink
ed by any shallow pretext Tliere is no third
party of this race. There is not the most re
mote chance that the little squad of disconten
ted Democrats who mating so much ado a-
bout the election, willboaMe teahowa respect'
able force in any Conner of the State. Tliere
are but two l<arties m Illinois; ninety-five
This breach of our Department presents to your
inspection and investigation quite an array of Oil
Paintings aud handsomely framed Lithographs ot
beautiful, modern design. Among them you will see
“Sybil’s Cave,” at Hoboken, New Jersey.'
“Tomb of Kosciusco,” at West Point.
“Height of Fashion.”
“Lady nnd Slave.”
“Capitol of the United States.”
“Champion of the Rhine.”
“School Teacher's Frown.”
“School Teacher’s Smile.” besides many oth
eis on hand, at the “Bszaarof Fashion.” by
ROSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
Maple Dry Goods Department.
Calicoes from «1 to 371 cents. Cashmeres, Vest
ings, Opera Flannels, Linseys, Kerseys, Satinets.
Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds, Cloths, Ladies Mantilla
Cloth. Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Bleached and
Browu Sheeting, a, 8,10, and 11-4, Canton Flannels,
White Doinet and all wool Flannels, Green, Bed,
and Yellow Flannels, of all prices, Linens, Towel
lings. Napkins, Huckaback, Birds Eye aud Russia
Diapers, Crash, Canvassed and Colored Table Da
masks, Furniture and Dress Dimity, Marseilles
Spreads, Knitting Yarn, Table Covers, Piano Cov
ers, Negro Stripes and Plaids, Tickings, Furniture
aud Bed Cheeks, sn elegant assortment of 9,10,11,
IS, nnd 14-4 Bed BlsnkeU, Negro Blankets in great
variety, and nt ashade over cost, to make room, be
sides a never ending variety which it is impossible
to enumerate on paper, but which will be shown
with pleasure at the “Bazaar ot Fashion,” by
ROSS. COLEMAN A BOSS.
Fancy Notion Department,
Every article for the Toilet can be found among
our countless variety, and to enumerate would be
an endless task. Suffice it to say, that in Soaps, Pom
ades. Hair Oils. Perfumery, Ifair, Nail and Tooth
Brashes, Hair Pins Hair Pm Head Dresses, .Scissors,
Buttons, Threads. Needles, Tapes, Bindings, Hook
A Eyes, Cords, Dre«s Fringes and Galoons, Hamp
ers, Baskets, Reticules, Purses, Portmonaies, Belts,
Wkalebooe, Brass and Steel Hoops, Carpet Bags,
Thimbles, aud a thousand other articles we are tho
roughly posted in, and will be happy to submit to
your inspection at the “Bazaar of Fashion,” by
ROSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
Carpet, Rng and Oil Clotli Depart-
Tapestry, Velvet Carpetings of new, rich and el
egant shade and design.
Tapestry Brussel Carpetings, comprising every
shade and hue, with mingled and set fignres in great
variety. Three Ply, Ingrain, Snper Super and Dutch
Hemp Carpetings to suit the most exact and scrupu
An extensive lot of Rugs of various Patterns be-
sldef^a superb collection of Druggets, Mattings, and
Don’t fail to see these Goods, as our prices will
ensure satisfaction. These Good* ran be seen at the
“Bazaar of Fashion," by
ROSS, COLEMAN A ROSS.
Oct 5 -
ty City paper* copy.
JfoDougU*, »»'l n0 POT-er can change
tlwir determination. W oaay now, in advance
ofithe election, tlmt every man wfio is elected to
the Senate or (he Ih'iov, will U- eithcra Doug-
A LL persons are hereby forwarned against tra
ding for a certain promissory note, made some
time in July or August, 1838, by Marcellus A. Myrick
for ninety il,.liars and payable Dec. 35th, 181$, to
Thos- Hamlin, sod of Lemuel Hamlin. As the con-
OtiPof ert'rjr hltrufred of tiie Democrats ill ttte rfllion for which said note was given has entire-
Shite will vote : r Representatives iu favor of ly failed1. l am determined notto pay it uulesseom-
pelled by law.
oct 12. St.
MARCELLUS A. MYRICK.
rjILVEIi TEA SPOONS.
!5 SILVER TABLE SPOONS,
sept *s IB. A. WISE, Macon, Ga
IF’ire && 'Vv r ater Froof
O 1ST C 3ST V ^ s.
HAVING purchased the . right to use and sell the
above ROOFING for several SOUTHERN
STATES, we are now prepared to do
ROOFING or SELL RIGHTS
* to use the same.
This roofing Is adapted to now or old BUILDINGS,'
steep or flat rods and can be put over Plank or
old leaky shingIes,TiuorIron Roof* - it costs
about half the price and is much better
than Tin—is not affected by heat or
f cold and is impervious to wa
ter: it is fire proof, uml it
is the best roofing ev
er invented lor
Hail Hoad. Cars,
Ae. It is warranted to give entire satisfaction. For
further information apply to
FREEMAN A ROBERTS, or
janl!» tf A. P. CHERRY
Hardeman & Sparks
w are House
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
slid ran, fir a.,
W ILL continue to give prompt attention at their
FIRE PROOF WAREHOUSE, an the cor
ner of 3d and Poplar streets, to nil business commit
With their thanks for past favors, and a renewed
pledge of faithfulness to all their friends and cus
tomers, they hope to receive their full share of pub
Liberal advances made on Cotton and other pro-
dnee when required.
|y Planter’s Family Stores, also Bagging, Rope,
Ac., furnished at the lowest market rates.
THOS. HARDEMAN. O. «. SPARKS.
Hardeman Sc Griffin
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
IF^iLIL AM® W 3 MTFH GS
S 1? O €3 3ES.P,
AT THEIR OLD STAND.
T HKIR Stock consist in part of tho following
GOODS, to which they invite the attention of
ITIerciiaiits and Planters:
50 bales Gunny Cloth
800 coils Richardson Rope
1000 pounds Baling Twine
150 bags Coffee, Java, Porto Rico, Itio and La-
10 chests Blsck and Green Tea
75 barrels ABAC Sugar
85 barrels crushed and Powdered Sugar
5 boxes Loaf Sugar
15 hogsheads fine PortoSico
300 sacks Liverpool Salt
100 sacks Alum Salt
150 boxes Adamantiue Candles
40 boxes Sperm Candles
73 boxes No. t Soap
30 boxes Family Toilet Soap
30 boxes assorted and Fancy Candy
125 kegs Nails
50 boxes Starch
100 jars Snnff
50 whole, half and quarter kegs of Powder
20 cans Duck-shooting Powder
loo bags Shot
100,000 Segars. various brands
30 boxes Tobacco
30 cases Maguoliaand Combination Tobacco
30 bales Osnaburgs and Stripes
5 cases Homespuns, bleached
10 bales Georgia Kerseys
3 bales Northern Kerseys
IS bales Blankets, all sizes
50 baskets Piper's Heidsick Wine
75 cases Ginger and Blackberry Wine and
50 barr<Ss~lIy<ran<rCor.V TVmsicey
to barrels Extra old Bonrbon
50 barrels Gin, Rum and Brandy
10 casks Madeira, Port and Sweet Wine
10 coses London Dock Gin
15 esses Boker’s and Stoughton Bitters
10 cases Lemon Syrup
20 casks Ale and Porter
•0 boxes Ginger Preserves, Primes and Fig*
A0 boxes Assorted Pickles
20 boxes Super. Curb. Soda
30 barrels and boxes Soda and Butter Crackers
25 boxes Herrings
5 sacks Ashton’s Table Salt
to dozen Well Backets
5 cases Ashton's Table Salt
25 dozen Blue Buckets
10 nests of Tubs
30 dozeuWool Hats
20 boxes Leverit Axes
13000 pounds White Lead and Zinc
)00 barrels Linseed Oil
to barrels Tanners’ and Machine Oil
ALSO, A VINE LOT Of
CHROME GREEN, YELLOW, PRUSSIAN BLUE
TERRA DE SIENNA. BURNT UMBER, Ae., Ac.
PAINTS AND VARNISH, BRUSHES AND SASH
Macon, Sept. 28,1858.
AT TIIE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE,
C’ornrr ^>f Cherry anil Second fit«.
T HE undersigned has just returned from New
York with a New and elegant Stock cf
iuid would respectfully cull the attention of Gentle-
.r tignin, and vicinity, to an inspection of them
nt liis New Stand.
In the READY MADE DEPARTMENT lie can
show some of the most desirable Goods ever brought
to this market, nud will be in
Constant Receipt of the Newest Styles-
Most of Iris Pants are made up by good workmen
in Macon, and are warranted to fit better and giv
- „i; ilin-tjnn than any Ollier rants.
His Stock of toioiiis;’cnsSiinervv amt
of the most recherche patterns, and will be made up
according to the latest improvements in the’Art of
Cutting. . CHAS. H. BAIRD.
Macon, Sept 28, 1858.
Corner of Stl St. & Colton Avenue,
B EGS leave to inform the Ladles of Macon and
the public in general tliat lie has just returned
from New-Y’ork and is now ready to show one ofthe
Largest and Handsomest Stocks of
FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC
ever exhibited in the Southern market, which will
be said at remarkably low figures to cosh and prompt
paying time buyeis. .
The Stock comprises, in part the following, viz:
Mlfc I>rca» Goods.
Robes a Us, and Bayadere Striped Fancy Silks,
Black Silks, such ns Gros do Rhine, Gres de Naple
and Bishop Silks.
Woolen Dress Goods.
French, German and English Merinoes,
All wool Robes a Lis, De Laine Rohes a quille
Cashmere Robes a quille, -
Imp. Foulard, Brocaded Rutera. Poll de Clieore,
Imperial Paramattas, Mohairs, Cashmeres,
Balmorals. De Laines, De Beges,
English, American A French Prints A Ginghams.
.Shawl, nnd rtcnrf*.
Mantilla Stella Shawls, Mantilla Shawls,
Stella Shawls, Chenille Shswls, - *
Waterloo Long Shawls,
Bay State Long aud Square Shawls,
Crape, Basket and Blanket Shawls,
Chenille, Cashmere sad printed Scarfs.
Cloak*—A Choice Assortment of
Talisman, Rosalie, Eva, Qasta Diva, Pandora,
Cordelia, Duchess de Beni, Rob Roy,
Grey Maneuvering and Velvet Cloaks.
of the very lstest and most fashionable styles.
Ribb. Jacconeb Colar de Paris,
Jacconct and Spriss Gt. Setts,
Ribb. Jscconet Setts de Paris,
Ribb. Jacconet Priina Donna Setts,
Lace trimmed Setts, Embroidered Bands,
Floimciugs. Skirts, Children’s Waists and Robes,
Lace and -Moslia Curtains.
A complete Assortment of Hosiery, House
iiitil Plnnlntioit Furnishing Goods,
and all other articles usually found in a regular Dry
Good Store. Remember, at
Sep. 38, Corner 3d Street and Cotton Avenue.
MACON VARIETY STORE,
Opposite Iioss, Coleman an / Ross, and C. II
HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TIN WAKE OF ALL KINDS,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
M timU - TOY BARROWS,
f.me-lint krZs V*< .. WAGGONS,
_A-TlcL Willow 'Ware.
FURNITURE mudo to order; old Furniture
bought and sold. Repaired,Cleaned, and Varmalied
with despatch. Violins, Cam s, Jcc., Repaired and
Polished; Rest <juaJity of Furniture, Varnish, and
Sand Paper for sale.
N. B. Gruflenburg Medicine for sale, pure from
the Company. S-B„ A«’r for Co.
Macon, Sept, 2*, l$3d.
(OPPOSITE THE LANIER HOUSE*}
Jnst Received a Splendid Stock of
HATS & CAPS,
C lOXSISTINO of the most recent styles for Gen-
i tlemen. Boys and Children. The following corn-
prison few ofthe leadin'? articles in his line :
Oent’s Fashionable Silk Hats, nil width Brims,
“ “ Black C.issimer, do do
“ Superior French Felt, of .all colors,
“ Cable nnd Storm Hats,
“ Velvet Caps of all colors and prices,
“ Navy, Clot^ and Silk Caps,
“ Beaver ana Plush do
Boys* and Childrens’ Hats and Caps, of every style
and price, •
Childrens lilack Beaver and Fancy Trimmed I fats,
And a Superior lot of Wool Hats for Plantation
These articles are all new, and will bo sold low.
CAIjIj AT STONE'S HAT STORK.
Sept. 2d, 180S.
HATS, CAPS, &c.
BELDEIST & CO.,
R espectfully inform the public that they
have just received a new and elegant supply of
Fall aud Winter Goods, to which they invite the at
tention of their friends and patrons, ami traders
generally-—their stock being one of the most com
plete and extensive ever offered in this market, em
bracing the following articles:
Men’s Cable Silk Hats,
4i Curled Brim Silk Hats,
Wide “ “ “
“ Black Cashmeres all styles,
Gent’s black aud drab Beavers, late styles.
Men’s fine French Felts, black, brown and pearl,
Gent's Mussard’s Hats, tine,
4< Storm 44
Men’s Otter Caps,
“ Plush 44
41 Fishing do
Gent’s black, brown and blue Velvet Caps,
44 Clotli Caps,
44 Cashmere do new style,
• 4 * Navy do
Boys’ Felt Hats, brown black and pearl,
44 Star 44
44 Plaid 44
41 Velvet Caps, black and bine,
44 Cloth M do
- Children’s Faucy Hats aud Caps, ail kinds,
Wool Hats for plantation use, all qualities.
Dealers are assured that they can make their pur
chase here as cheap aud -of as good qaalify as any
establishment in tha State. BELDEN & CO.,
Sept. 2d. Cherry Street, Macon, Ga
READY MADE CLOTHING.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS, CAR
PET-BAGS, UMBRELLAS, CANES, AC.. &C,
CLOTHS, CASSIMER8 A VESTINGS, MAR
SEILLES A LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SILK
KID, CALF AND BUCK-SKIN GLOVES, AU
MENARD & BURGHARD,
If *. lTCn.1I.lKr.ll s
J e w eler
H AVE just revived aud opened a large and
splendid assortiMut of Goods in their line,
consisting in part ofthe fonts»-jng articles,
GOLD AND SEVER
w a. t c h e e,
Bunting Magic Case, Independent 2d, Ac., for Gen
GOLD WATCHES for Ladies, rich nnd bean
siLTlftt WAKE, such as Spoons, Cups, Gob
•SILVER PLATED WAKE, such as Cas
tors, Egg Boilers, (with Gold Plated Gold Cups and
Spoons,) Fruit Baskets, Pitchers, Candte Sticks,
Con&idtiijg of Diamond and Gold Rings, Pins, .tec.,
Jet*., sparkling and bright.
Such as Violins, Flutes, Guitars, Banjos, Tambo-
inies. •' .
Gold Pens, and Pencils. Guitar aud Violin Strings,
and a varied assortment of
Music Boxes, too numerous to ^particularixe in an
advertisement. . % ,
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
them, since they commenced business, they solicit a
continuance of the same, and will spare no pains to
give satisfaction to their customers, both in style
and quality of their Wares, and in price.^
VVateh and other repairing executed with dispatch
and on reasonable terms. M. & B.
YOU me XNXIH.--F0. 0.
THE ATLANTIG TELEGRAPH GABLE
CAN BE SEEN AT
B. A. WISE’S STORE,
Who is now receiving his fall stock of
HOUSE SvEEPIj\€r GOODS,
Cutlery, Silver and Plated Ware,
Stoves, Grates, Ranges,
Wood- Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Matts,
Pin Enamelled and Holtow-icare,
Japan and Planished Tin Ware,
AND A GENEttAL ASSORTMENT OF
House Keeping Hardware.
Which ho is prepared to sell at very low prices
for CASH or approved credit.
Returning many thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore received, would most respectfully invite
the public to call and examine his present stock of
Goods. B. A. WISE,
sept 7 Cherry Street, Macon, Ga.
T. H. BOLSHAW, F. HERZOG.
Something New under the Sun-
A LAMP STOKE
T HE subscribers have opened a LAMP STORE
this day, at No. 11 Cotton Avenue, three doors
above Parker’s, where may be found a variety of
LAMPS FOR BURNING COAL OIL.
Tiiis Oil is not'explosive, and having been tested,
proves to be the cheapest, bestjand safest light now
in use, anywhere; Call and see it.
We have on hand, and will keep a constant -sup
ply of good COAL OIL for these Lamps; also,
BURNING FLUID, CAMPIIENE and ALCOHOL.
We have a carefully selected stock of
both pressed and cut, from the best Manufacturers,
Crockery, Table Cutlery, Cavtor Frame*'
Ac., which wo will sell cheap for CASH.
SOJIETIIIIVG IVEWEK STILL !
ENGRAVING ON GLASS
of every description, such as Coat of Ajrms, Crests,
L ettering of every style. Landscapes Animal'
Flowers, Figures, Ac., done to order in the store.
BOLSHAW & HERZOG.
Macon, Sept. 6th, 1858.fim* sept 7
, iiiaixly atid Yviiii s,
For Medical purposes, anil ail article... in tin.* line,
can be found strictly pure ot tho Drug Store
ZKILI.V, HUNT A Co.
• ^P££'dto the Telegraph ft oil ding, Mnco.i, Ga.
LIGHT f! LIGHT!!
A nd camphink. Fwrwirby
may 18 ZEILIN. HUNT -V CO.
J UST RECEIVED, by
ZEILIN. HUNT, A CO.
jyiOR|ALE, by .ZEILIN, HUNT 3 CO.
ml\v jdkIHs storu. ~~
ALEX. A. MENARD,
RALSTON’S BUILDING, CHERRY ST., MACON, GA
H AS just received and is now opening a fresh
Chemical*, asnar'I laitmatmt*,
Pninls, Oil*, \W Dyc-MtnfTai,
Perfumery, Patent medi
Preparation*, & c.
My Drugs have been selected with strict refer
ence to their purify and qualify; they arc fresh aud
may be fully relied on.
13F* Order* Fritlifolly Kxccuicd.
Physicians’ Prescript! »n8 and Family Medi
cines put up with neatness am. accuracy, at all hours
of the day or night.
13^* A large lot of Ariillciisl Tecik iustrecc*ived
n r AAA Papers Garden Heeds,
&0 9 UUU 3 bush, licmnffky BIi
* a \ irf\T * nn
A. A. MENARD, Drufegt**.
- ■ Cherry S!.w<
J ACKSON BARNES manufac tures to order every
description of blank account hooks, and binds
in any style desired, Magazines, Law, Music and
Miscellaneous Books, clerks’ Rgctg&D and docRkt
books,with or without prtxted forms, and warrant
ed best quality paper.
BP* Engineers’ profile paper mad e from fhe best
English drawing to any length or width.
All orders from the country promptly and careful
ly attended to. Cilice on Cotton Avenue one - door
below Ross and Coleman’s. apl 1.*?.
At Boardman's Book Store
A MERICAN ELOQUENCE in 2 vots ; anewCy
I clopedia of Commerce; Burton's Cyclopedia of
Wit & Humor: a Handy Book on Property Law;
Mail upon the Sea, by Goodrich; Romantic passa
ges in South Western History; Life bhneaththe Wa
ters; The Hand but not the Heart, by T. S. Arthur
William the Conqueror, by Gen. Sir Charles Napier
Doctor Thorne; a mew edition of Edgar A Poe’s
works; The Preacher and the King; The Priest and
the Huguenot; Lord George Bennck, by DTsracli;
Beatrice Cenci; Debit A Credit; Major Roger Sher
man Potter; Douglas Jerrold’s Wit; Belle-Britton
on a tour; Life and Times of Hugh Miller; Cruise
ofthe Betsey; Testimony of the Rocks; Jefferson's
Works; Bulwer’a Novels complete; Groto’s History
BOOTS AND SHOES
A t THE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT, No. 3, ft
Cotton Avenue, opposite Washington JB
Hall Lot, Mnoou, Georgia.—The subscribers
would return their thanks for the very liberal and
long continued patronage extended^ to them, and
would most respectfully solicit a continuance of the
same. Wehave now in store a large assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES
mostly of our own manufacture, to which weekly
additions will bo made, of all the different styles
and patterns usually called for iu a shoe store, and
would invite those wishing to purchase, to call and
examine our stock, as we are prepared to sell as low
as any lionse in the city or State.
Sept. 2*. MIX & KIRTLAND.
B OOTS.—A full assortment of Gents’ fine
French Calf Boots, pump sole, welted and
waterproof, of various kinds and qualities, both _
soled aud pegged- Just received and for sale low by
Sept. 2S. MIX & KIRTLAND.
R UBBER SHOES.—A large assortment
of Gents and boys Rubbers. Also, La-CS*
dies slipper and sandal rubber Shoes of Goodyear’s
celebrated patent. Just received and for sale low by
Sent. 28. MIX & KIRTLAND.
P LANTATION BROGANS.-Now instore
the best assortment of Negro Shoes, we*
have ever offered in this market. Men’s double
soled peg and nailed black and russetts; do. heavy
single soled black and russatts ; do. boys and youths
black and russetta, all of which we are selling very
low. -Sept. 28.MIX cte KIRTLAND.
B OOTS AND SHOES.—Men’s, Boys and
Youth’s fine calf an# kip peg’d Boots ; 4
Men’s stout kip hunting and mud Boots; Gents last*
ing Gaiters. Monterey, -opera aud ties, aud fine call
Brogans; Gents, boys’ and youths’ patent and enam
elled Brogans; Men’s, boys’ and youths* California
kip Brogans, a large assortment.
iept. 28.MIX A KIRTLAND.
GEO. W. PRICE
Receiving- his Stock
S'nil nnd Winter
Which will be disposed of on as
good terms as any house in the city.
His friends and the public gener
ally, are requested to
Grive liixn. a Oall.
September 21, 1858.—3m*
Macon Furniture Works.
W E are now patting up New renew
and Improved Machinery for ”™
the .Manufacture of
of all kinds, fur superior in Work-
1 W nflS manship and Durability, to mast
& J J NORTHERN Work, and at as low,
and in most case;', LewerFricn than can i.os.i-
bly be laid down in Macon from Savannah, or New
York. Give us a call and we will convince the
sceptical that it Is yoar interest to mako your par-
chases at home. ’ T. ft G. WOOD,
ings ; Derivation of Family names; Wisdom, Wit
Wild Northern Scenes; Also a large assortment
fine Family Bibles.
J. M. BOARDMAN.
,-ggputi. ire?* - I
Confectionery, Fruit Store, Cake &
In liis New Building,
One door below Ayers, Wingfield & Co., Cherry st.
MANUFACTURER OF THE FINEST
FRENCH PASTRY AND ORNAMENTAL CAKES
- nnd dealers in fine
Wines and Brandies,
Cordials, Syrups, Nuts, Segars, Tobacco, ftc.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Country Merchants supplied at tho lowest rates.
Weddings and Parties furnished with all kinds
of Confections ana Pyramids, Cold Meats, Salads,
ftc., at reasonable terms.
N. B.—Terms:—Positively Cask—no Creditgiven.
* A Card from Br. James M. Jar
SETT, OK THE NEW YORK LUNG INFIRM A
Y.—My connection for the past eight years with
the above Institution, as Chief Physician, and a
twelve years’ course of steady devotion to the cute
of Pulmonary Consumption and its kindred diseases,
together with iny unrivalled opportunities and ad
vantage of pathological research—aided not a little
by a perfect system of Medical Inhalation—has. en
abled me to arrive at a decisive, direct, and success
ful course of treatment for tho positive and radical
cure of aU diseases of the Throat, lour.:... and Air
Passages. By inhalation, the vapor and curative
properties of medicines arc directly addressed to the
diseased organs and the integument. I do not ad
vise tho nse of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to
the exclnsion of general treatment-, and although I
consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper manage
ment of those fearful and often fatal diseases, yeti
deem it very necessary that each patient should have
tho benefit of both general and local treatment. The
success of my treatment in the above diseases, and
the high character of the-Institution over which I
have so long had the honor to preside, are tod well
known to need any eulogy or comment from me.—
At the i
after $U6 consideration, I-have concluded to make
such arrangements as will bring the benefits of my
experience and treatment within the reach of all.
and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those only
who entered the Infirmary, or who were able to-visit
me at my office. 'Hoping therefore that tho arrange
T AM still buying Military bounty Lain! Warrants,
J. and will always give the highest Otth pricr*.
Macon Ga. uly2s iy G.J. BLAKE
A GOOD Cook, Washer, and Ironer, for asmal!
Camay, for the balance of this year. Enquirr at
this office. i Jh
Macon, Sept. 9,185?.
New Crockery Store.
T HE Ladies and Gentlemen of Macon and ad
joining counties are respectfully iuyiteu to call
and t xamine my stock! of CHINA, GLASS and
CROCKERY WARE,next door to Mrs. Dessau’s on
Second Street. I intend to keep at all times ;t good
stock of Goods, and \rll sell them as low as they can
be bought anywhere i:t the city. A liberal share o f
patronage is respectfully solicited,
way 23—tf K. It. HUTCHINGS.
JS/E areufact ix'r ©
C ONTINUES to make BLANK KOOK3 for '
CourtM, (Vomiting KouMCaand It jiilJGoneN,
and to Bind all varieties of WORK
with superior neatness and despatch.
BOUND WITH ELASTICITY ;md ELEGANCE.
IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLES.
and all other PElUODIt'ALfi - and Magazine*
BOUND in neat and cheap Findings,
Particular attention paid to the re-biailing v,ilua-
blo old Books.
Orders from a diatauco will meet with prompt at
Office upon the corner of Third <y Cherry-Sts.,
Over G.T. Rodgere ft Son, Macon,' Ga.
Floor Oil Olotlis,
RUGS AND MATS!!
A LARGE Stock,*nd agreat variety of-style» of
the above Good3, jnst received, whiph will be
sold at far lower figures, and give purchasers a se
lection from the best stock over offered in Macon.—
SATIN, DeLAINE, DAMASK,
LACK and MBS UN,
WIN D O W C r J ft T AIN S,
WINDOW SHADES, GILT CORNICES and
BANDS in great variety.
Purchasers will consult their own interest by ox-’
amining my stock before buying.,
aog 3—tf B. F. ROSS.
FINE ART GALLERY,
I HAVE just returned fromNuw York with all laic
improvements in the Art, and a large and we!!
selected Stock of Cases of every description, of tho
best European and American Manufacture, among
which are fine French Oval, Velvet, Pearl, Tortoise
Shell, and new and beautiful patterns of the univer
sally admired Union Case, any of which will be’ sold
cheap, with superior Pictures in any of tho various
style*, and every Likeness warranted to give entire
satisfaction. Call add examine for yourseIVcs.
Aug.31, 1858. J. A. PUGH.
TTASjust returned from the North with all tho
J_ j. new and late improvements in tho
embracing quite a variety of novelties and cariosi
ties, making his GALLERY one of tho most attrac
tive nnd fashionable resorts in the City.
of quite a number of Distingntehetl persons nmr on
exhibition among which aro the following:
CYRUS W. FIELD, of Atlantic ’Telegraph'
Capt. HUDSON, of tho U.. S. Ship Niagara.
MAYOR TIE-MAN. of New York City.
JUDGE EDWARDS, the noted Spiritualist.
HARRY HOWARD, Chief of the N. Y. Fire
COL. DURYEA, of the famed ~th Regiment,
’National Guards, U- S. , "
1IIS HOLINESS COPE El US IX.
PROFESSOR MORSE, Inventor of the Mag
The Public are respectfully invited to cal 1 and ex
amine the above at
WOOD’S PALACE OF AST.
We are now better prepared than ever to execute
those beautiful l'liotogrnph-*, Ainbnrtypw,
I>ngiiqs-cot)4>cs, Ac., in:d on account of our iu
creased facilities, will do our work as low as any
other Gallery and of a Superior Style,
Don't fail <o give os a i'all.
.Sept. 38. » ,
incut will give entire satisfaction, both to my pro• Dl,T mhiT>n> cnJ /loa I?Gi-tnn>
fessioual brethren and the pnbiie, I would re.pect- JtMUillDllig dlLCL iTclSJU IluAng'
fully annoanco in conclusion, that / can hot act m *’| — — ~
suited personally or by letter, on all diseases as above
and that the medicines, the same as used in tiie In
stitutiou, prepared to suit each individual case, Inha
ling Vapors, Medical Inhalers, ft--., Ac., will be for
warded hy express to any part of the United States
or the Canadas. Terms.—My terms of treatment hy
letter are a s follows, viz: $12 per month for each pa
tient, whir l will include medicine sufficient for one
month’s use; also, Inhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling
Apparatus, Payment as follows: Sfi to he paid to
Express Agent on receipt of tho box of Medicine,
and the balance $<* at the expiration oftlie month, if
the path It he cured or is entirety satisfied with the
treatment. Patients, by giving* full history of their
case, and their symptoms iu full, cau bo treated as
well hy letter as hy personal examination*. Patients
availing themselves of Dr. Jarrctt'a treatment may
rely upon immediate' and permanent relief, as tie
seitlom lia* to treat a case over thirty days Letters
for advice promptly answered. For further partic
ulars address JAMES M. JABRETT, M. D.,
No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St. N. Y.
P. S.—Physicians and others visiting the city are
respectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where
many interesting eases cun bo witnessed, and where
our -n ot ed apparatus for the inhalation of medi ;z
rated vapor c c besten and inspected. 1
..(.pi i—cm wans
W ’OULD most respectfully inform the Citizens
of Macon, that he is noV prepared to do all
PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING,
af the Shortest notice, and niter the most approved
ityie. - ' .
We are also prepared to furnish Lead and Copper
lined Bath Tubs, Marble top Stands, Copper Boilers
for heating water, ftc. Bnildjpgs fitted up with cold
aad hot water Pipes, after the most approved style.
. jgf Shop in the t ear of XgaL Laue's Grocery'
Store, Orders loft nt tliesame, will he promptly nt-
tend eilto JAiiES DA^ltSLS.
... Macon. Ga.
RxFEBESCts—B. A, Wise, D. B. IVo.hItu111 and
T. J. Lane. ■ ‘ • Sm * sept 31-
A. 81. C. BBOCK^H,
23 CU» .STREET, NEW YORK,
GLASS SYRINGES, IIOMtEOPATIIIC VIALS,.
JJ|'G BOTTLES, ETC.
GUss Ware fo« Chemists, Druggists, Perfumers,
mtographers, otc. Green Glassware bythepaek -
;e- A liberal discount made to the trade. _Or-
r-. from Country Druggists and Dealers solicited.
Me Lists s- nt on application.
/^XE or two "ood Pv
v_7 da about tho 1st
information inquire of
anted to go to Flore
•mb or. For furtuwr
oct 5 tf
JAMES W. GEARY
*- J SSS?fc“