Volume XXXIII.—Xo. 7.
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L dollars, in advance.
I w j n rVf ry case where the subscription
with n Condor.
BV EMERSON UENNETT.
Rj friend, haring just returned from a
Ptowh South America, sent mean mvi-
and inspect .soine cunos.h^,
L he liad brought home with hun. Feel-
[ Test desire to see something fl>om aconn-
LSi had never visited, I accepted the
J and one day, having plenty oflcis-
lcl!tiriiig K1 h is'cabinet; the first object
[l struck my attention was an immense
r * sixteen teet across the wings, which
f .,, Kn ic\ from the center of the ceiling in
1 '.ttitodc. I expressed my wonder at
and bui'-d and my friend replied with a
| ,h a t is a wonderful bird, and cost
' ore'aaxiety and peril than all the rest put
t . '■?£!£ Arilling adventure,” he pur-
' -ap-l alien you have finished your in-
1 will give you the details over a bot-
two hours in the cabi-
t mind inthclibnuy, where alter drink-
-li other's health, my friend commenced
I hik I f «7*sLiving in Chuquisaca, the cap-
f Bo ivia I met two gentlemen wl» were
^belonging to a distinguished old Span-
w,. soon became intimate friends;
Iwiag, during our new conversations,
Itlirv diurtlv intended to visit La Pax, one
Ejant flourishing citios of South America,
I-d on the Andes, in the western part of
I informed them that, if not intruding,
iuld afford me gnat pl&sure to accompa-
•icni, t„ which a most cordial assent was
.ordinglv, in a few days, we were en route
Par, anticipating great pleasure from our
We arrired there without accident, and
sending nearly ten days were pleasantly
Xjra one of my fricnils proposed that we
d find enough to employ us for weeks, in
kin; the rugged and almost inaccessible
i,iJfrigs of its rocky shores,
ns immediately decided that we should
j I the second day after, lei by an exper-
guide, we sallietl out of the town, pro-
with all that was necessary for onr jour-
Ij Par, altliough situated in a deep val-
siue twelve thousand feet above the lev-
r .van, and the lake" to which we were
.t iling our way, is some three or four
! feet aliove 1a Pax; so that at first it
ni iiuito curious to me we should travel
rifnmi the city to the lake; but I soon
thi-in the dangers of our journey; which,
i-rcnded narrow and precipitous moun-
»tie, winding sometimes overjagged peaks,
otm limeti along the very brink of chasms
vimd to yawn from the lmweis of tiie
n- luiwl my whole attention to keen my.
U, rolling down rough inclines, or lining
aietl into some opening in the solid rock
m which, if» stone were hurled, the sound
echo ami reecho till it finally lost itself
. awful depths below.
,l lx-l we attired on the shores of the lake,
a patented a wild, picturesque appearance
’ landscape Mending such a grand rugged
i w ith a sweet <*lm repose, as to pro-
»harmonious, yet awe-inspiring, effect,
as die sun was fast sinking behind the
f the snow-capped peaks on the western
we resulted to make our first camp, and
ie onr exploration on the morrow.
ski alter our halt, and while Josef, our
was preparing our frugal repast, he call*
- ittmtion to an objeet which projected
wind a nigged nag far lip on a distant
)] antes” said he, after he was satisfied wc
Aeiii, "tluil isllie nest of a condor, which
In- raised tier young in security from the
ath tithe most daring who might attempt
lull to the spot."
t then went on to relate sovopd accounts
■ing mountaineers, wlip had endcayoped to
to its nisi, and had been lost; and of one
itictihr. wiio had been attacked by the fo-
t» lei and, though delending himself
v, hi been dragged over the ledge and
to pieces on the rook below. ,
roe not think we could kill itr” said I,
<\Vr.” be replied In n decided manner,
rani* is at all times » formidable anta-
; W doubly so when, as in the present
<*,«has its"young in nest, which it will
I mos sarngeW."
it the nmre our guide dwelt upon thedan-
' riding an endeavor to take the bird, the
*» Acsiic increased to ho the heroes of an
t in wkwh til (.titers had failed; and after
further tlaeussion of the subject, wo re-
I tojcwwd on the following tlay to a
ff crag which overhung the ledge on which
nt was built, where it was supposed wo
uhuiait least a glimpse of the terrible
voniingly, the next morning, wc set off
1 rivc.Mufe in high spirits—our guide at
d» doing our difficult and perilous as-
Ictsking in warning us ageinst the dau-
’ 1 winch we were rashly exposing our-
’ : ,t!i after a tedious and exhausting
. te haded on the ton -of the crag rofer-
wbere bain proceeding to any exam*
. ** partook of some refreshments. Af-
■toj oar repast we clambered various
™» points along tlic edge of the rocks,
I s • momn if possible of tho nest; but
** : ®L!e to J.» so, I proposed to descend at
1 tether down, and creep along the Icilge,
Wl >lil see whether tho mother was there
Our guide still most warmly protested
■by rashness; but my curiosity being
- b the utmost by what 1 had heard of
■w I was resolved to satisfy it at all ha-
“ jN *ae firther discussion upon the mat-
finally settled that my friends should
“J k* the ledge j and i£ on obtaining a
“* n »t, 1 should discover tho mother
I should capture one or more of
oiis, ,mj return to the point of the
‘ut! la, f lrst i» n dod, and should then
« the condition of my revolvers,
"""t ay dirk in its sheath, I prepared
Mterprise, by divesting myself
. V r * nus clothing, fastening the end of
, * vi jnly round my body, and running
uadi Uo.;k of wood, to be placed along
“J” 1 !* of die rock.
in 1 cautiously lowered myself
. lunging by the arms; when,
L^t, to see that all was right, I
t ;f7 an<1 #« lowered gradually down
the ledge 1 sought: then
* 1 " 1 cautiotndy along, I came
, S, sl‘t of the nest, which was con*
« »l,u“l chrSl * nJ appeared from the dis*
, * stoo.1 to he some tiirec or four
ife*?";other was away; and with a
»t my good fortune, I ad-
1 ..T 1 ' ! ‘ e s P°t which the comlor had
i f Place in which to rear her
like I!!/. on this aide of it there was
if .t- T?W|t in the wall of the prcci-
tiJi^ „ * ite of • small room, around
Hw * » running vine, which had
! on i Som «molil in a crevice of the ledge.
1° the nest itself; which I
u HI L-“ mt ''' 0 young birds, and to be lined
rord, I now hurriedly and
£ C W t'** d *° hind tho nestlings, each
t)„, * '‘ ut the sixo of a large goose;
• V ■>*. (i_ tn 8*8*d, I felt something like a
• jopc which was around my
M Wu, that, from some cause,
J fi J™ 1 P | k'tely severed above me, and
it in, when a wild cry arrested my attention.
Looking up in alarm, to my horror I perceived,
afar over the lake, a monstrous bird cleaving
thft air in the exact direction of the spot where
“Merciful God! shall I ever forget that ago-
nixing moment, as the whole peril of my situa
tion rose at once to my view ? Alone upon that
rocky point, cut off from my friends, with the
monster bird, like a thing of evil, swooping on
ward to my destruction »
“ But though terrified to a degree which I
may not express, I was not one to give up with
out a struggle, and hastening back to tbc care
like opening, I drew my revolver, and awaited
the coming onset.
“ I had not long to wait With an awful
shriek, which echoed from crag to crag, tho en
raged condor made a fierce dash at mo; and os
she came swooping down, I leveled my pistol
with as deliberate an aim as my excited nerves
would permit, and three times poured its lead
en contents into her breast, ere, with her claws
deeply fixed in my quivering flesh, she struck
at me with her beak.
With the energy of suffering despair, I now
drew my keen dirk with one hand, and with
the other grasped the running vine, to prevent
my antagonist from dragging me over the lodge,
and again and again did I bury the pointed
blade in her l»ody, seemingly without effect;
and while she still appeared to fight as fiercely
and actively as at first, I found myself fast
growing weaker and more incapable of defence.
My strokes now began to be made with less
force, and my hold on the vine seemed loosen
ing ; my knees, too, began to tremble, and I felt
my strength going from roe.
“God have mercy on my soul!" prayed I, at
length, ns with a last, despairing thrust, I buri
ed my knife to the haft in the throat of my
“With the blow I fell; and it appeared to me
at the time as if I was falling swiftly down the
dark abyss, while the winged monster was tear
ing my throat, and uttering hoarse, unearthly
screams, and down, down wc went, till I struck
to the bottom of a terrible chasm, and all grew
dark around me.
“When I awoke to consciousness I was lying
on tiie floor of the cave, and the condor, stiff in
death; lay beside me. The last blow I had
struck at the bird had driven the blade of the
dirk in between two of the cervical vertebne,
thus severing tho spinal column, and causing
“But what were my feelings on looking a-
rouiid nto? The sun was setting more glori
ously than I had ever seen it before, but not a
single sound broke the gloomy and awful si
lence which reigned solemnly over the scene.
Wounded, faint, bleeding and despairing, I sat
and watched tiie distant peaks becoming more
and more indistinct, till at last all surrounding
objects were hidden in a dense black gloom;
and as star after star gleamed brightly in the
blue vault above, and my ininil recurred to my
awful doom, cut off untimely from the world
below, my very reason seemed to totter on its
throne! ’ Yes," what hope had I now! 1 My
friends, believing me dead, had gone hence to
return no more—the guide* would add my rash
adventure to his wondrous tale—and my bones
would bleach uncoifincd upon the rock of my
“With a deep groan I dropped my head upon
my breast, but as I did so, my oyc caught the
nent a few paces, and presently you would hear
quick, sharp, short steps, and his adversary
would be pressed back in return. The strug
gling was hard, was long, was savage. For a
while neither obtained an advantage.
Hitherto they had been pushing each other
lengthwise of the bridge; suddenly they began
to wheel, and in a moment were facing each
other crosswise. They were at right angles
with the length of the old bridge, which shook,
and creaked, and rocked again with their tram
ping and their terrible strife. It was the work
of a single moment; one of tjjc beasts—I never
could tell which—one of them, however, as if
conscious of his ]iosition, made a violent, a des
perate plunge forward, and pressed his antago
nist back—back—back—tili there was but an
other step of the plank behind him—between
him and nothing! The moment was one of in
tense interest to us juvenile spectators. Never
was the amphitheatre of Borne the scene of a
more exciting combat Another step backward;
yes, the unfortunate hull has been forced to
take it! Back he is pressed, and over he
Such a sight I never saw—I probably shall
never see again. Imagine a bull pitched back
ward over a bridge, andfailingatlcast thirty feet;
over and over! He turned once or twice, prob
ably; I thought he turned fifty times, there
seemed such a confusion of horns and iect re
volving, flying through the air. But down he
went; the water was deep, and lie disappeared,
leaving n whirlpool of foam behind him, and
making the river undulate far and wide with
the concussion of his ponderous hulk.
The other bull did not laugli—merely be
cause bulls, as I supposed, could not. But we
laughed and shouted our applause. There stood
the victor, looking directly down into the abyss
below, into which he-had hurled his unlucky
foe. He stood, however, but a moment; and
then, as if frightened at the prospect, he began
to snort and step backward. Back—back—lie
retreated, with his head in the same pugnacious
attitude as when in coinbat—back—still anoth
er step hack—and over he, too, went on tho op
posite side of the bridge, performing just as
many and as ludicrous somersets as his adver
sary had done a minute before.
It was a scene to remember; and the perfor
mance called forth immense applause from the
-roup of juvenile amateurs who witnessed it
in about five minutes both hulls might lie seen,
well sobered by their ducking, dripping wet,
scratching up the steep, gravelly banks, eacli
on his own side of the river. “Thoso lndts will
never fight any more,” said a boy behind me.
His prediction turned out correct; for two more
peaceably disposed bulls than they were, ever
afterwards, could not have been found.
ward it, hoping to catch the shadowy form of a
human being near it, for I knew some one must
“A faint hope sprung up in my breast Might
it not bo my companions who, giving me up
for lost, had returned to tiie spot from which
our guide had pointed out to us the nest? Hope
grew with the thought, ami drawing my re
maining pistol, I fired each chamber in succes
sion, hut alas! no sound came back save the
echo of the mocking peaks.
“Great God! was I to perish within sight of
human beings, without one endeavor being
made to rescue me! 1 The very thought was
maddening; ami it swept like living fire through
my aching brain, it suddenly occurred to nte,
with a feeling of relief that no language can ex
press, that perhaps I might fire the npst, and
titus let those below know that there was a hu
man being perishing for want of aid.
“With trembling eagerness I struck a light,
kindled somo light dead leaves and crawling to
the nest, placed them against it For a moment
they seemed to die qqt, and then sprung into r
light i)la/.e—the dried twigs soon caught, and
in a bright flame,
“Oh, how painfully I watched it. "8
r the responsive signal! Joy! joy! it came.
r __ — aaIwuwI im frmn lieln\v ’
now hung over the
. I drew my knife,
“d Was in the act of drawing
The report of a gun echoed up from below
Another and another! Half madly seizing a
largo portion of tho burning nest, I hurled it
with all my strength far out into the gloom, and
ns it descended, like a meteor, two more reports
came rolling up on tho still air! God be prais
ed 1 my friends were below, and I should yet
be saved 1
“I need not prolong my story with an at
tempt to describe my feelings during that long,
eventful night, nor tho almost maddening anx
ieties qf tho 8lqvf-tqoving hours qf suspense that
followed the dawn. Suffice it to say, that a
little before noon my friends were standing up
on the rock above me, prepared to restore roe
to tho world of life.
“Pushing tho condor over the ledge, I crawl
ed to the spot whore I hod been lowered the
day before, and while adjusting the rope secure
ly around my body, I beheld with surprise the
dead bird circling, like a living thing, gradually
down toward tiie lake; her stiflfened wings
having expr tdod in a manner to effect a slow
and graceful descent from the rocky bight ^
“But even while she was slowly foiling, 1
oven more slowly ascending, and Tat last with a
cry of joy, I stood once more upon tiie beetling
rock above, to be received by my friend* a* one
raised from the dead. They gavo mo refresh,
merits, dressed my wounds, and an hour before
sunset we were aft once more safely down on
tiie lake shore, where I found tho pnxe which 1
had won at so much peril, and which it is my
design ever to preserve as a curious memento or
what I suffered in its capture.
“Such, sir,” concluded my friend, as he filled
our glasses, “ is the history of the terrible bird
which now hangs so harmlessly in my cabinet
A Volunteer Bnll-Figlit.
I remember onoe seeing, when a lad at school,
a fight between two bulls. Although I conlu
not have been more than eight yews of age, I
shall never forgot the spectacle. It happenoti
in this wise 1 Close by the schoolhouse—a very
unpretending edifice it was—ran a deep and
rapid river. Across it had been thrown a high
wooden bridge, the liand-railing of which time
ind the winds and the water had entirely dt*-
troyed. The land on the opposite sides of the
stream was owned by different persons and farm-
ed by them respectively. One bright summer
,Uy—I remcmlier it as if it were yesterday—
the hour of noon had arrived, and a frolicsome,
fun-seeking troop of school-boys were let loose
for an hour’s recreation.
AH at once tiie bellowing and ronnng of two
bulls, that had broken qut of theif enclosure on
each side of the river attracted our attention.
The animals vperc nqt yet in right of each other,
but were approaching along the highway at a
ratfc of speed which would cause them to meet
near the centre of the high bridge which I hay®
described, and benoatli which, at some thirty
feet, ran the river, betwoen steep banks. The
more daring of as gathered new the hndge, li
ning it to sec the anticipated fight. W e were
not disappointed.—Nearer and nearer they ap
proached, tbc proud, pnwing combatants. Hash-
an never produced two brutes of fiercer aspect
They lashed their sides with their tails, they
tore the ground with their feet Occasionally
thev kneeled down, frying to gore the earth
with their horns. And as yet they were con
cede! each from the e ther, by the ascent to
the bridge at cither end. , ,
Presently, as they simultaneously nsccmieu
the respective abutments, they came full in sight
of eacli other. The roar was mutual and actu
ally tremendous. Every urchin °f us spang
into the fields and ran. Finding; however, that
we were not pursued, we hastily retraced our
steps. There they were, the ferocious dudista,
quite as sensibly employed as some of their hu
man imitators.—Front to front, their horns
locked every muscle strained, they were ngnt*
ingas onlv bulls carUbht It seemed an even
match. Now one would press back bis oppo-
IIow “George” became 'Tceotal-
A short time since,a young man living in ()g-
dcnsburgli, N. Y., whose name we shall call
George, took tn drinking rather moic than usu
al, and some of his friends endeavored to cure
him. One day when lie was in rather a loose
condition, they got him into a room, and com
menced conversing about delirium tremens, di
recting all their remarks to him, and telling liim
what fearful objects such as snakes and rate,
w ere always seen by the victims of this horrible
disease. When the conversation had waxed
high on this theme, one of the number stepped
glimmer of a small tiro far down in tbc dark- out of the room, and from a trap which was at
ness. Eagerly I strained my feverish eyes to- hamllct a large rat into tiie room. None of his
friends appeared to see it but the young man who
was to fie the victim seized a <*hair and hurled
t at the rat, completely using up tlu> piece of
furniture in the operation. Another chair shar
ed the same fate, when his friends seized him,
anil with terror depicted in their faces, deman
ded to know what was the matter.
“Why, don’t you see that cursed big rat!”
said he, pointing to the animal, which, after the
manner of rate, was making its way around the
room, close to the walls.
They all saw it, hut all replied that they didn’t
see it—“there was no rat”
“But there is!" said he, as another chair went
topiccos, in an ineffectual attempt tocursh the
At this moment they again seized him, and
after a terrific sculfic threw him down in the
floor, and, yvith terror in their facet!, screamed;
“Charley, run for a doctor!” , _
cwi^ nm^ e,-fhc door, when George
desired to & informed “wlint the devil was
“I'p"! said they, “why, you’ve got the delir
“Charley opened the door to go out, when
eteurge raised himself to his elbow and said,
“Charley where arc you going! 1 ”
“Going for a doctor!" rejoined George; •‘for
“For what?” repeated Charley, “why, jWv.
got the delirium tremens!”
“The delirium tremens, have I ? have I ?’’ va
cated George. “How do you know I’ve got the
“Easy Enough,” says Charley: you’ve com
menced seeing rats.”
“Seeing rats!” said George, in a sort of mus
ing way; “seeing rate. Think you must lie
“Mistaken ? n
“Yes, mistaken," rejoined George. “J ain’t
the man—I haven't sttn no rat!"
Tiie boys let George up after that, anil from
that day to this he hasn’t drank too much liquor,
and hasn't seen no rats”—not the first rat—
An Irish Maimer of Stonping a
Our folks have got a Biddy of tiie vcritablest
kind. She was a queer duck, anil good natur-
was c:l as a liasket of Chips. Well, last Sunday, :;s
wc were sitting down to dinner, we found the
old cal with three young grimalkins, largely en
gaged in the nursery business under the table.
“Biddy,” said we, “take this cat and her kit
tens and put them where we shall never sec
them any more.” A hint of clrcadftil import,
but not understood.
“Faith, sir, an’ that I will.”
The feline family were removed, and wc pro
ceeded to dine. By-and-by Biddy re-entered,
with an expression on her face that seemed to
say, “bedail, I guess they’re in safe-keeping
now.” , ...
“Well, Biddy, what haye you done with the
qld cat and kittens?"
“Be gor, sir, they’re *»fe enough, sure- D’ye
lqind the wood house forninst the stable ? Well
I put them all in there, and fastened tho doors
and windics. Then seeing there was a hole be
side where they might get oul I stopped that
up too, and so, you see, they wont trouble yuo
*We were satisfied, of course, and we ate our
dinner in peace; afterwards walked into the
yard where wc saw the identical old cat and her
three kittens at liberty. Calling Biddy, wc
“Did you not say you fastened the cat in the
wood house ?”
“Faith, an’ I did, sir.”
“And stopped the hple ?"
Well she had, that’s a fact; but what do von
suppose she stopped the hole with ? She hai\
Stuck a section qf stQve pipe into it! We thought
we should split Anil there sat one of the lit
tle imps at the mouth of it jast as it had crawl
ed out licking its paws, and looking as saucy
Kciiiitrltitble Instance of Canine In-
Wc were informed by a eliable individual of
a singular incident that occured a few days ago
at Trenton, a station on the Detroit and Toledo
railroad. A little girl about two years of age, a
child of a brakesman living near the road, got
upon the track and was in the act of crawling
across the timbers that span a cattle guard,
when an expn s train appeared in sight com
ing at full speed. The engineer saw tiie child
and whistled down the breaks, but the train
was under such headway and sq near, its de-.
struction would have been inevitable, had not a
little do", a playmate of the child’s, ran out
cau"ht the child by its dress and dragged it from
thc‘track r into the ditch, where it held it until
the train passed by! This is one of the
most remarkable occurences we have heard or
in a long time, and one we could hardly credit
coming from a less reliable source.—Detroit
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DeLain Robes, Sattin DeChine, Cloaks. M.utiUaa.
Round Corner MantillaSh«wls. Valencine Lace Col-
Uro .ad sleeves. French, American and English
Prints; Ginghams, Blenched and Brown Shirtings,
Apron Checks, Denims, Linseys, Linen and Cotton
Diapers, Ladies and Gents Hosiery, Gloves, Veils,
and Yankee Notions, Ac., Ac.
We will tske pleasure in showing the above to
each and every one who will favor ns with a call.—
Come and see us—we are at home.
FEARS A SWANSON
Sup. Marseilles Quilts, White Goods of every va
riety and description, Soarfs, Brilliants, India Dimi
ty, Embroidered Linen C. Hdkfs., Silk Hdkfs., Um
brellas, Silk and Cotton, Hoop Skirts, Bed Ticking,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Stripe Goods, Ac.
The above mentioned Goods will be sold on as
good terms as can bo procured from any other first
class house in the city.
FEARS A SWANSON,
oct 12 Cotton Av., Macon, Ga.
Fire <5z> Water Proof
HAVING purchased the right to use and soil the
above ROOFING for several SOUTHERN
STATES, we are now prepared to do
ROOFING or SELL EIGHTS
to use the same.
This roofing is adapted to new or old BUILDINGS,
steep or flat roofs and can be put over Plank or
old leaky shingles/Tin or Iron Roofs - it costs
about half the price and is mnch better
than Tic—is not affected by heat or
cold and Is impervious to wa
ter ; it is fire proof, and it
Is the best roofing ev
er invented for
Hail Sloaci Cars,
Ac. It is warranted to give entire satisfaction. For
farther information apply to
FREEMAN A ROBERTS, or
jan!9 tf A. P. CHERRY
Hardeman & Sparks
"w aro Souse
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W 'ILL continue to give prompt atteution at their
FIRE PROOF WAREHOUSE, outlie cor
ner of 3d and Poplar streets, to all business commit
ted to their charge.
With their thanks for past favors, ami a renewed
pledge of faithfulness to all their friends and cus-
omers, they hope to receive their full share of pub
Liberal advances made on Cotton and other pro
duce when required.
GPPianter’s Family Stores, also Bagging, Rope,
&c., furnished at the lowest market rates.
THOS. HARDEMAN. O. G. SPARKS,
Fancy and Staple
W E have just opened a large and elegant Stock
ofGoods in one of the New Stores uuder
Selected with great care to suit the trade of Macon,
and adjoining country—among which are:
SILK ROBES A LEZ.
SILK ROBES DOUBLE JUPE,
SILK ROBES VOLANTES, or 8 FLOUNCES,
FANCY SILKS in great variety,
PLAIN mid FIGURED BLACK SILKS,
DsLAINEond MERINO ROBES A LEZ,
PLAIN and FIGURED DkLaINES,
PLAIN and FIGURED MERINOES,
VALENCIAS, POPLINS, PLAIDS,
l*OIL ox CHEVUES, MOURNING, and vari
ous other styles of
Embroideries. Real French Cambric and Swiss
Collars. Setts, Handkerchiefs, Ac.
Valenciennes Collars and Setts,
Linen and l’iiiue Collars and Setts,
Mourning Collars and Setts,
Real Thread and Valenciennes Lares,
Hosiery and Gloves, great variety,
Dress Trimmings, Ribbons, .
Cloaks, from Brodie’s,
SHAWLS—Nett, Stella, Long, Mourning, and other
A fall assortment of
Which we offer to sell on as favorable terms as any
House in tie State.
J3F*PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE.
N. A PBI DBEJI A CO„
octth Granite Hall Block, Macon, Ga.
C. Campbell & Son,
NEAR THE LANIER HOUSE,
H AVE just received their Fall and Winter supply
of KERSEYS, HEAVY BLANKETS and
NEGRO SHOES at the lowest market prices, and
Planters wonid do well to call and examine before
They also continue to keep a general stork o
GROCERIES at the old stand, and do not intend
to be undersold Cor Cub.
Macon. Oct. 12, IS58.
To the Creditors of
A LL p- rsona having claims against the Montpe-
Ue- Institute, which were contracted by W.S.
Williford «s Secretary and Treasurer, arejreqnested
to famish me with copies of their demands, and to
place the->riginal in the hands of an Agent, with
authority t-« act for them, by the 15th November, in
order that ihe same may be settled, if it can be 'ef
fected. L. N. WHITTLE,
Macon Ga. Oct. 18,1858. Attorney, Ac.
oct 19 till I5tb nov
.*«Jorr. A Mess, copy,
Hardeman & Griffin
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
IF A LL iftTO W 0 MY UK
AT THEIR OLD STAND.
T H KIR Stock consist in part of tho following
GOODS* to which they invite the attention of
Merchants an«l Planters:
50 bales Gunny Cloth
200 coils Richardson Rope
1000 pounds Baling Twine
150 bags Coffee, Java, Porto Rico, Rio and La-
to chests Black and Green Tea
75 barrels ABA C Sugar
25 barrels crushed and Powdered Sugar
5 boxes Loaf Sugar
15 hogsheads fine Porto Rico
300 sacks Liverpool Salt
100 sacks Alum Salt
150 boxes Adamantine Candles •
40 boxes Sperm Candles
73 boxes No. 1 Soap
20 boxes Family Toilet Soap
30 boxes assorted and Fancy Candy
125 kegs Nails
50 boxes Starch
too jara Snuff
50 whole, half and quarter kegs of Powder
20 cans Dnck-shootiug Powder
•100 bags Shot
00,000 Segars, various brands
50 boxes Tobacco
20 cases Magnoliaand Combination Tobaoco
20 bales Osnaburgs and Stripes
5 cases Homespuns, bleached
10 bales Georgia Kerseys
5 bales Northern Kerseys
15 bales Blankets, all sizes
00 baskets Piper’s Heidsick Wine
tn .-aaeaGinger and Blackberry Wine ai.d'
50 barrels Rye ana lyurw r _
10 barrels Extra old Bourbon
50 barrels Gin, Rum and Brandy
10 casks Madeira, Port and Sweet Wine
10 cases London Dock Gin
15 cases Boker’s and Stoughton Bitters
10 cases Lemon Syrup
20 casks Ale and Porter
10 boxes Ginger Preserves, Prunes and Figs
30 boxes Assorted Pickles
20 boxes Super. Carb. Soda
30 barrels and boxes Soda and Butter Crackers
25 boxes Henings
5 sacks Ashton’s Table Salt
10 dozen Well Buckets
5 cases Ashton s Table Salt
25 dozen Blue Buckets
10 nests of Tuts
30 doze Wool Hats
20 boxes Leverit Axes
loooo pounds White Lead and Zinc
100 barrels Linseed Oil
10 barrels Tanners’ and Machine Oii
ALSO, A FIXE LOT OF
CHROME GREEN, YELLOW, PRUSS1ANBLUE
TERRA DE SIENNA, BURNT UMBER, Ac., Ac.
PAINTS AND VARN18H, BRUSHES AND SASH
Macon, Sept 28,1858.
(OPPOSITE THE LANIER HOUSE )
Just Received a Splendid Stock of
HATS & CAPS,
C ONSISTING of the most recent styles for Gen
tlemen. Boys and Children. The following com
prise a few of the leading articles in his line:
Gent’s Fashionable Silk Hats, all width Brims,
“ “ Black Cassimer, do do
“ Superior French Felt, of all colors,
“ Cable and Storm Hats,
•• Velvet Caps of all colors and prices,
** Navy, Cloth, and Silk Caps,
“ Beaver and Plush do
Boys’ and Childrens’ Hats and Caps, of every style
Childrens Black Beaver and Fancy Trimmed Hats,
And a Superior lot of Wool Hats for Plantation
These articles are all new, and will be sold low.
CALL AT STONE'S HAT STORE.
Sept. 28, 1858.
HATS, CAPS, &e.
BELDEN & CO.,
R ESPECTFULLY inform the public that the^
have just received a new and elegant supply of
Fail and Winter Goods, to which they invite the at
tention of their friends and patrons, and traders
generally—their stock being one of tho most com-
lete and extensive ever offered in this market, em-
racing the following articles:
Men’s Cable Silk Hats,
“ Curled Brim Silk Hats,
“ Wide “ M “
44 Black Cashmeres all styles,
Geut’s black and drab Beavers, late styles,
Men's fine French Felts, black, brown and pearl,
Gent’s Mussard’s Hats, fine,
44 Storm 44
Men’s Otter Caps,
44 Plush 44
44 Fishing do
Gent’s black, brown and blue Velvet Caps,
44 Cloth Caps,
44 Cashmere do new style,
44 Navy do
Bovs’ Felt Hats, brown black and pearl,
44 Star 44
44 Plaid 44
44 Velvet Caps, black and blue,
44 Cloth 44 do
Children’s Fancy Hats and Caps, all kinds,
Wool Hats for plantation use, all qualitie s. _
Deale/s are assured that they can make their pur
chase here as cheap and of as good ovality as any
establishment in the State. BELDEN Sc CO.,
Sept. 28. Cherry Street, Macon, Ga
READY MADE CLOTHING
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS, CAR-
I’ET-BAGS, UMBRELLAS, CANES, AC., AC
CLOTHS, CA8SIMERS A VESTINGS, MAR
SEILLES A LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SILK
KID, CALF AND BUCK-SKIN GLOVES, AC
MENARD & BURG-HARD,
IF MTC'H.IMKER S
TTAVE just received and opened a largo And
JLX splendid assortment of Goods in their line,
consisting in part of the following articles,
GOLD AND SILVER
Hunting Magic Case, Independent 2d : Ac., for Gen
GOLD WATCHES for Ladies, rich and bean
SILVER WARE, such as Spoons, Cups, Gob
SILVER PLATED WARE, such as Cas
tors, Egg Boilers, (with Gold Plated Gold Cups and
Spoons,) Fruit Baskets, Pitchers, Candle Sticks,
Consisting of Diamond and Gold Rings, Pins, Ac
Ac. sparkling and bright.
Such as Violins, Flutes, Guitars, Banjos, Tambo-
Gold Pens, and Pencils. Guitar and Violin Strings,
and a varied assortment of
Music Boxes, too numerous to particularize in an
Thankful for tho liberal patronage bestowed upon
thdln, since they commenced business, they solicit a
continuance of tiie same, and will spare no pains to
give satisfaction to their customers, both in'style
and quality of their Wares, and iii price.
Watch and other repairing execute d with dispatch
and on reasonable terms. M. A B.
THE ATLANTIS TELEGRAPH CABLE
CAS BE SEEN AT
B. A. WISE’S STORE,
Who is now receiving his fall stock of
HOUSE KEEPI!V« GOODS,
Cutlery, Silver and Plated Ware,
Stores, Grates, Ranges,
Wood- Ware, Brooms, Brushes, Matts,
Tin Enamelled and Hollow-tcare,
Japan and Planished Tin Ware,
AND A liENKRAI. ASSORTMENT OF
House Keeping Hardware.
Which he 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
ths public to call and examiqp liis present stock ol
Rrandy ansi Wines',
For Medical purposes, aiul all articles in tho line,
can he found strictly pure at tho Drug Store of
ZK1L1N. HUNT A Co.
. Opposite the Telegraph Building, Macon, Ga.
A ID CAMPHLNK. For sale by
ZEILIN, HUNT A CO.
TUST RECEIVED, by
J Sept. 28.
ZEILIN, HUNT, A CO.
T^Olt SALE, by ZEILIN, HUNT A CO.
J? Sept. 28.
B. A. WISE,
Cherry Street. Macon, Ga.
Corner or 2d St. & Cotton Avenue,
B EGS leave to inform the Ladies of Macon and
the public in general that he has }ost retarned
from New-York and is now ready to show one of the
Largest and handsomest Stocks of
FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC
over exhibited in tho Southern market, which will
be sold at remarkably low figures to cash and prompt
paying time buyere. .
The Stock comprises, in part, the following, viz:
Silk Dress Goods.
Robes a Lis, and Bayadere Striped Fancy Silks,
Black Silks, such as Gros de Rhine, Gros de Naplo
and Bishop Silks.
Woolen Dress Goods.
French, German and English Merinoea,
All wool Robes a Lis, De Lalne Robes a quille
Cashmere Robes a quille,
Imp. Foulard, Brocaded Rutera. Foil de Choore,
Imperial Paramattas, Mohairs, Cashmeres,
Balmorals, De Laines, Do Beges,
English, American A French Prints A Ginghams.
Rhnn-1* nnd Scurf.,
Mantilla Stella Shawls, Msntilla Shawls,
Stella Shawls, Chenille Shawls,
Waterloo Long Shawls, »
Bay State Long and Square Shawls,
Crape, Basket and Blanket Shawls,
Chenille, Cashmere and printed Scarfs.
Cloahif—A Choice Assortment of
Talisman, Rosalie, Eva, Casta Diva, Pandora,
Cordelia, Duchess de Beni, Rob Iioy,
Grey Maneuvering and Velvet Cloaks,
of tho very latest and most fashionable styles.
Ribb. Jacconet Colar de Paris,
Jacconet and Swiss Gt. Setts.
Kibb. Jacconet Setts de Paris,
Ribb. Jacconet Prima Donna Setts,
Lace trimmed Setts, Embroidered Bands,
Flonncings, Skirts, Children's Waists and Robes,
Lace and Muslin Curtains.
A complete Assortment of Hosiery, House
mid Plantation Ettrnisbing Goods,
and all other articles usually found in a regular Dry
Good Store. Remember, at
Sep. 28, - Corner 2d Street and Cotton Avenue.
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE,
Corner of Cherry nnd Second tits,
T nE undersigned has just returned from New
York with a New and elegant Stock of
and would respectfully call the attention of Gentle-
armrMtPWJbJtBd vicinity, to an inspection of them
In the READY MADE DEl’AB'uu.ni u,
show some of the most desirable Goods ever brought
to this market, and will be in
Cosilanl Receipt of the Newest Styles.
Most of his Pants are made np by good workmen
in Macon, and are warranted to fit better and give
better satisfaction than any other Pants.
His Stock of Cloths, Csssimeres and Vestings, are
of the most recherche patterns, and wm tie made up-
according to the latest improvements in tho Art of
Cutting. CHAS. II. BAIRD.
Macon, Sept 28, 1858.
A. SI. C. BROCKEN,
22 CLIFF STREET, NEW YORK,
GLASS SYRINGES, HOMEOPATHIC VIALS,
GRADUATED MEASURES, NURS
ING BOTTLES, ETC.
Glass Ware for Chemists, Druggists, Perfumers,
Photograph,™, etc. Green Glassware by tho pack
age. A liberal discount made to the trade. Or
ders from Country Druggists and Dealers solicited.
Price Lists sent on application.
Sept. 14, 1858.—3moa.
Bacon for Sale.
on HHD3 CLEAR SIDES—Unst received at
o4> Oct. 26—if HARDEMAN A GRIFFIN'S
T All atill buying Military bounty Land WarranU,
J and will always give the highest cash price.
Macon Ga. uly23 iy
PAINTS AND OILS.
onflfi LBS - Pure White Lead
OUUU 1509 lbs. pure White Zino
300 gallons Linseed Oil
5 bbti Water Bleached Lamp Oil
8 bbls “ Sperm Oil
With a great variety of Colors ground in Oil. Just
received and for sale by
C. CAMPBELL A SON.
Macon, Oct. IS, 185?.
BOOTS AND SHOES
A t the sign of THE BIG BOOT, No. 3, K
Cotton Avenue, opposite Washington fa
Hall Lot, Macon, Georgia.—The subscribers ->■'5
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 Urge assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES
mostly of our own manufacture, to which weekly
additions will be made, of all the different styles
and patterns usually called for in 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 house in the city or State.
Sept. 28.MIX A KIRTLAND.
B OOTS.—A full assortment of Gents’ fine
French Calf Boots, pump sole, welted and
waterproof,ofvariouskinds and qualities, both -**-9
soled and pegged. Just received and for sale low by
Sept. 28. MIX A KIRTLAND.
R UBBER SHOES.—A large assortment
of Gents and boys Rubbers. Also, La-'
dies slipper and sandal rubber Shoes of Goodyear’!
celebrated patent. Just received and for sale low by
Sent: 23. MIX A KIRTLAND.
P LANTATION BROGANS.-Now instnro
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 russetts; do. boys and youths
black and russetts, all of which we are selling very
low. Sept. 28.MIX A KIRTLAND.
B OOTS AND SHOES.—Mfen’s, Boys and
Youth’s tine calf and kip peg’ i Boots
Men’s stout kip hinting and mud Boots; Gents last
ing Gaiters, Monterey, opera and ties, and fine call
Brogans; Gents, boys’ and youths’ patent and enam
elled Brogans: Men’s, boys’ and youths’ California
kip Brogans, a large assortment
MIX A KIRTLAND.
GEO. W. PRICE
Receiving* his Stock
[FAWY mb rimiPLg
Fall and Winter
Which will be disposed of on as
good terms as any house in the city.
Ilis friends and the public gener
ally, are requested to
C3riv© Him a Call.
Sefvtem!>cr 2* —3m*
W ANTED, a Teacher, to tak-, charge, for the
ensuing y ear, of the Jeffenonville (Twiggs
County) Academy. The next session, will commence
on the 2d Monday of January, I83!i. Applicants for
the station will no expected to produce credentials
of character and oapaoity to teach all tho branches
usually taught in first class Academies.
I. E. DUPliEE.
H. S. WIMBERLY,
SOLD AT CALICO PRICES.
.-,000 Muslin do Lainejat 12J cts. worth
2000 yards Mu.-lin de Loines at 15 cts, worth
1300 yards Striped De Dines at 15 cts. worth
23 cents and lor sale at I’Ll AS EINSTEIN,
Cor. 2d Street and Cotton Av. Triangular Block.
Citizen and State Tress copy octl9
T. H. BOLSHAW, F. HERZOG.
Something New under the Sun-
A LAMP STORE
T IIE subscribers have opened a LAMP STORE
this tlay, at No. 11 Cotton Avenue,three doors
above Parker’s, where may be found a variety ol
LAMPS FOR BURNING COAL OIL.
This Oil is not explosive, and having been tested,
proves to be the cheapest, best and 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, camphene and alcohol.
We have a carefully selected stock of
both pressed and cut, from the best Manufacturers,
Crockery, Table Cutlery, Cn»lor Frames,
Ac., which we will sell cheap for CASH.
SOMETHING NEWER MTII,I, •
ENGRAVING ON GLASS,
of every description, such as Coat of Arms, Crests,
Lettering of every style. Landscapes, Animals,
Flowers, Figures, Ac., done to order in the store.
BOLSHAW A HERZOG.
Macon, Sept, fith, 1858. 6m* sept 7
At Boardman’s Book Store.
A MERIC AX ELOQUENCE in 2 vols.; a new Cy-
xjl clopedia of Commerce; Burton’s Cyclopedia of
Wit A Humor: a Handy Book on Property Law;
Man upon the Sea, by Goodrich; Romantic passa
ges in South Western History; Life beneath the Wa
ters ; The Hand but not the Heart, by T. S. Arthur;
William the Conqueror, by Gen. Sir Charles Napier;
Doctor Thorne; a new edition of Edgar A Poe’s
works; The Preacher and the King; The Priest and
the Huguenot; Lord George Benuck, by D’lsraeli;
Beatrice Cenci; Debit A Credit; Major Roger Sher
man Potter; Douglas Jerrold’s Wit: Belle Brit tan
on a tour ; Life and Times of Hugh Miller; Cruise
of the Betsey; Testimony of the Rocks; Jefferson’s
Works; flulwer’s Novels complete; Grote’s nistory
of Greece; Sparrow Grass Papers; Lord Montagu’s
page, by G. P. R. James ; The Three Beauties, by
and Humor; Steps towards Heaven; Den’s Moral
Theology; Mizpah, a Prayer Book ; Wayside Pic
tures in France, Holland, Belgium, and up the Rhine;
Wild Northern Scenes; Also a large assortment of
fine Family Bibles.
J. M. BOARDMAN.
Sept. 21, 1858.
Confectionery, Fruit Store, Cake &
In iiis Sew Building,
One door below Ayers, Wingfield A Co., Cherry st.
MANUFACTURER OF THE FINEST
FRENCH PASTRY AND ORNAMENTAL CAKES
and dealers in fine
Wines and Brandies,
Cordials, Syrnps, Nuts. Segars, Tobacco, Ac.,
WHOLESALE AND nETAIL.
Country Merchants supplied at the lowest rates.
Weddings and Parties furnishedtwith all kinds
of Confections and Pyramids. Cold Meats, Salads,
Ac., at reasonable tenrz.
N. B.—Terms :—Positively Cash—no Credit given.
IVJEW DRUG STORE.
ALEX. A. MENARD,
EALSTON’SBUILDINl?, CHERRY ST., MACON, GA
H AS jnst received and is now opening a fresh
Oil., Yj? Drc-Minfl'.,
Perfumery, jMt Patent medi
My Drugs have been selected with strict refer
ence to their purity and quality; they arc fresh and
may be fully relied on.
ty Orders Faithfully Executed, -.si
td?" Physicians’ Prescriptions and Family Medi
cines put up with neatness and accuracy, at all hours
of the day or night.
Nr A large lot of Artificial Teeth just received
C)C AAA Papers Garden Seeds.
*i).UUU 3 bush. Kentucky Xtlur Ginas,
A. A. MENARD. Drnegi.*.
f«b24- tf Cherry til...at.
TACKSON BAItNES manufactures to order every
y description of blank account books, and binds
in any style desired, Magazines, Law, Music and
Miscellaneous Books, clerks’ record and docket
books,with or without printed forks, and warrant
ed best quality paper.
Engineers’ profile paper made from the beat
English drawing to any length or width.
All orders from the country promptly and careful
ly attended to. Office on Cotton Avenue one door
below Ross and Colemnn’s. apl 13
3V5C anufacturo r,
C ONTINUES to make BLANK BOOKMfur
Courts,CostnZing lion.I .and Itnil KomU
andto Bind all varieties of P3I1NTEII work
with superior neatness aud despatch.
BOUND WITH ELASTICITY and ELEGANCE.
IN TIIE MOST APPROVED STYLES,
and all other PEltlOSICALN and Magazines
BOUND in neat and cheap Bindings.
Particular attention paid to the re-binding valua
ble old Books.
Orders from a distance will meet with prompt at
Office upon the corner of Third Sy Cherry-Sts.,
‘Over G. T. Rodgers A Son, Macon, Ga.
Floor Oil Clotlis,
RUGS AND MATS !!
A LARGE Stock, and a great variety of stylet of
the above Goods, jnst received, which will he
sold at far lower figures, and give purchasers n se
lection from tho best stock ever offered in Macon.—
SATIN, DeLAINE, ^ DAMASK,
WINDOW SHADES, GILT CORNICES and
BANDS in great variety.
Purchasers will consult their own interest by ex
amining my stock before buying,
aog 3—tf B. F. ROSS.
■ A Ctirtl from Dr. Ja.mcs HI. Jnr-
"RETT, OF THE NEW YORK LUNG INFIRMA
RY.—My connection for the past eight years with
the above Institution, as Chief Physician, and a
twelve years’ course of steady devotion to the cure
of Pulmonary Consumption and its kindred diseases,
together with my unrivalled opportunities and ad
vantage of pathological research—aided not a little
by a perfect system of Medical Inhalation—has en
bled me to arrive at a decisive, direct, and success-
ful coarse of treatment for the positive and radical
core of all diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-
Passages. By inhalation, the vapor and curative
properties of medicines are directly addressed to the
diseased organs and the integument. I do not ad
vise the use of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to
tho exclusion 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
thebenefil 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 Ihe honor to preside, are too well
known to need any eulogy or comment from me.—
_ lpported, ,
after due consideration, I have concluded to make
each arrangements as will bring the benefits of my
experience and treatment within tho reach of all.
and not confine myself, as heretofore, to thoso only
who entered the Infirmary, or who wereableto visit
me at my office. Hoping therefore that the arrange
ment will give entire satisfaction, both to my pro
fessional brethren and the public, I would respect
fully announce in conclusion, that I can note he con
sulted personally or by letter, on all diseases as above
and that the medicines, the same as used in the In
etitntion, prepared to suit <ach individual case. Inha
ling Vapors, Medical Inha'ert, 'Ac., Ac., will be for
warded by express to any part of the United States
or the Canadas. Terms.—My terms oftreatment by
letter are aa follows, viz: (T2 per month for each pa
tient, which will include medicine sufficient for one
month's use; also, Inhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling-
Apparatus, Payment as follows: So to be paid to
Express Agent on receipt of the box of Medicine,
and the balr.nce 96 at the expiration of the month, if
the patient be cured or is entirely satisfied with ths
treatment. Patients, by givinga full history of their
case, and their symptoms, in full, can be treated as
well by letter as by personal examination. Patienta
availing themselves of Dr. Jarrett's treatment may
rely upon immediate and permanent relief, as he
seldom has to treat a case over thirty days Letters
for advice promptly answered. For further partic
ulars address JAMES M. JARRETT, M. D.,
No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St. N. V.
P. S.—Physicians and others visiting the'city are
respectfully invited to call at tho Infirmary, where
many interesting cases can be witnessed, and where
our improved apparatus for the inhalation of medi s
cated vapor can be seen and inspected. s
FINE ART GALLERY,
I HAVE j ust returned from New York with all late
improvements in the Art, and a large and well
selected Stock of Cases of every description, of the
best European and American Manufacture, among
which are fine French Oval, Velvet, Pearl, Tortoise
Shell, and new and beautiful patterns of tho univer
sally admired Union Case, any of which will be sold
cheap, with superior Pictures in any of the various
styles, and every Likeness warranted to give entire
satisfaction. Call and examine for yourselves.
Aug. 31, 1858. J. A. PUGH.
R. L. WOOD
TTASjust returned from the North with all the
J l. new and lato improvements in the
embracing qnite a variety of novelties and curiosi
ties, making his GALLERY one of the most attrac
tive and fashionable resorts in the City.
of qnite a number of Distinguished persons now or.
exhibition among which are the following:
CYRUS W. FIELD, of Atlantic Telegraph
Capt. HUDSON, of the U. S. Ship Niagara.
MAYOR TIEMAN, of New York City.
JUDGE EDWARDS, the noted Spiritualist.
HARRY HOWARD, Chief of the N. Y. Fire
COL. D UR YE A, of the famed 7th Regiment,
National Guards, U. S.
HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS IX.
PROFESSOR HORSE, Inventor of the Mag
The Public are respectfully invited to call and ex-*
amine the above at -
WOOD’S PALACE OF ART.
We are now better prepared than ever to execute
those beantiful Photographs, .Yinbrotypra,
Dngucrcotypc*, Ac., and ou account of our in
creased facilities, will do our work as low as any
other Gallery and of a Superior Style.
Don’t fail to give us n Call.
New Crockery Store.
f IHH2 Ladies and Gentlemen of Macon and ad-
JL joining counties aro respectfully incited to call
au l examine my stock of CHINA, GLASS and
CROCKLUY WARE, next door to Mrs. Dessau’s on
Second Street. I intend to keep at all times a good
stock of Goods, and will sell them as low as they can
be bought anywhere in the city. A liberal share of
patronage is respectfully solicited,
may 25—tf lv. K. HUTCHINGS.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
W OULD most respectfully inform tho Citizens •
of Macon, that he is now prepared to do all
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING,
at the shortest notice, and after the most approved
We are also prepared to furnish Lead and Copper
lined Bath Tubs, Marble top Stands, Copper Boilers
for heating water, Ac. Buildings fitted up with cold
and hot water Pipes, after the most approved style.
Shop in the rear of T. J. Lane's Grocery
Store, Orders left at thesame, wifi be promptly at-
tended to JAMES DANIELS,
Referxn —B. A. Wise, D. B. Woodruff, and
T. J. Lane, exs 3m sept 21
A BOOK FOR THE SICK
BY DR. SAMUEL S. FITCH.
S IX Lectures on the causes and euro of Consump
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pepsia, Female Complaints, and Chronic Diseases
^enerallr, (bound, 36u pages, 30 enj^raviims,) by Dr.
SAMUELS.F1TCII; explaining the author’s treat
ment by which he both prevents and cures the above
This book has been the means of savin# thomends
of lives. Price 25 cts. Sent by mail, post-paid, *or
10 cents. Apply to Dr. S. S. FITCH, orth o 714
Broadway, New York. Consultation personally or
by letter, free.
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