j„■ W. klv paper. Two l> ' 1" '>"■>»-* l -'
... Three DollaM «t the end the yrc r.
One Dollar er »qu .re lor tu : tir»t iu.u u>n, on
Fist. Cento for eaebruln-nD" 1 11' 1 . '.
w *W » ® ft
£ ag B S B
N °' of 5 8 S §' | |-
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o’" 5 0)! 8 0O 11 0020 00 25 00 HO 00 i
""" 7 50'11 00,14 50'25 00 :!5 60 40 00
10 00 15 Oil 19 00,30 06 10 "0 50 00
- "V'oo 17 00,20 00 40 no 00 60 00 I
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k" ' ' | ; 00 25 00 30 Outfit 00 70 00 80 00
S 20 00 30 00|40 00170 00 -0 00 90 00 |
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j. s. BOTH. rBBDBBICK GOI.LK. 1
BOYLE <fc CO..
stf SECOND ST., CINCINN ATI, OHIO,
—IMPORTERS OF —
Foreign Liquors & Wines;
ALCOHOL, COLOUW srißl'CS.
Campli Burning Fluid, a»J Spirit* of
Manufacturers of every desci iption of .
Domestic Liquors, Wines, < ordials and
Have const mtlv on hand various <>f pure
BOURBON A WHISKY,
Peach and Apple Brandy. Also, Barataria
and New England &c.
•jj- Sole manufacturers of th celebrated
i. ROSE” WHISKY.
Agent for Fred. Gouls, Japunnese
april 23 d-ly
Negroes for Hale.
\ gr?:i:able t<> ti. • wiii i . n-m <.
A Samu-4 Dinkin*. decc.Hcd, '
tliu Court ii esc <i »t»r iu the town • 1 i rrv. "ii the
first Tuesday iu October, tl:o \ .. .. I'l.mtal. »n
lately owned by deceased, containing el. \ i n hundred
and three and three-quarter acres. '.bo 1
are under cultivation, the bulan • i< ry n ilv tim
bered. This plantation is one -4 the m< ■■ r-iia'-lu
in Houston county, being located Hnnviliiifr! y on
the South-western Railroad, within one inii" 4’Eehe
connee Station, a distance of twelve mil *s un the.
city of Macon, healthy, well water I ' . . well
improved an lin the midst of a highly i»4 i ent and |
moral community. The Plantari -n * ’ ■ in : < ulti I
rated this year will he in fine eon ■•••’ * r tillage
next year. A good Gin. Fan and Thi will go
with the place. AJso, will be sold fiv 1 no-roes,
viz : Prince, a man, aged 25, J.i~ tt. a v " 1 wushcr
and iron er, aged 21. with hor child Milly. d 5.1
Green, a boy. aged 16. and Shadrick, a 4 I ' years :
all of which will be sd l on the f >l!< win ! rius : —J
One-third payable Ist of January. I>C th ■ ' .1 .i.eel
on one and two years, with in ten r fr.ou <lny ofl
sale. J. W. FIIINIUH..6EB.
sept 7-tds Ex • utor.
ed by persons who have attended my Sprir.ginduc
es me to give this notice to those <1 < iriuir < lis” pure
Limestone Water, here it is: Within fifty ) !< of
the Depot, gushing out of a Blue Limestone Hock,
at the foot of the Alleghany Mourn.-in, t ’ r.Vji
tal, cold as you can desire to drink, wlu-r all those
seeking health, comfort, and a .great rctr • will find
all that heart could wish in that rosj • ■ t. in a plain,
comfortable style. Charges reasona’d-, ro puff is
necessary, all 1 ask is to call and test the water fur
yourselves. Enquire for
C. AUSTIN House.
Tunnel Hill, Ga., Aug. 9. ’59 w
STOLEN from my stable on Satur jay n
3d, my grey Horse, six
set, thin tail. I also lost my Sad lie • d i ndie, the
Saddle was a black quilted one. L willjpay •■no hun
dred dollars for the thief with proof t i convict, and
twenty-five dollars for the hor deliwn Ito m at
the Indian Springs, Butts county. Ga.
sept 7 w it i: '
BY virtue and authority of a de-, the Circuit j
. Court <»f the United State-. I r the > uihcrii Dis
trict of Georgia. April Term, 1- ■ u
fore the Court House «l >or in the e/ <1 M .. I'd
County, on the first Tacsda.v in O d- r n
tween the legal hours of sale, th-- t I f l” t'D
belonging to the estate of John Bail. y. 1. C<im
dem County deceas .<l. to wit. I. >; >f land. \ 771
3rd District. 2d Section Cherokee Comity, o acre.-.
Fractional Lot No. 133. 12th Di-tri t. •: .: i
tion, WUtfi Id I’- inty 18 a i '
No. 239, 6th District of Ilaral-m <’ o acres.
Also, Lot of Land No. 43, 7th DI. trict f Go.lee -un
tv, containing 490 acres.
IL BACON. )
ALEX. M< H ARDY. Cumuiis’rs.
STEPHEN McCALL. J
August 31, IS7J- -13 tds.
STOP THE RUNAWAY.
r 25 REWARD!
"O ANAWAY from the subscriber on S■' i ay night,
1 t the 3rd*inst., a negro woman nam . Hannah.—
She was raised on the North and South ' ar -iina
line, but recently purchased in \ irgfnia, and while
on her way to Albany obsconded fr.-m the train while
at Marshalville. Hannah is rather a Lla-rkc inplex
ion with front and jaw teeth decayed, she is about 35
years old. 5 feet S inches high, and weizhs a’ nt 160
pounds, and is pregnant.
The above Reward will be pai I for her oonfiuvui'.iit
so that I may get her. Any information relative to
her may be addressed to me at Albany.
sept 7 d-2t w-ts ISAAC. MEINHABD.
SOUTH-WESTEKN KAIL P.OAD.
IhLW:L X2L .1
SCHEDULE FOR PASSENGER TRAINS.
0?. and after July 15th.
I EAVE Macon 11.47, p. in., and a. m.; ar
rive in Columbus a. in,, un i ...; p. m.;
Leave Columbus 4a. m. and 8.4 > p. in. Arrive in
Macon 9.50 a. m. and 9.18 p. m.
Leave Macon 11, p. in. Arrive at Albany 6.25 a.
m. Dawson 6.00 a. in.
Leave Albany 3.0 h, p. ni., Dawson 1.40 p. tn.—
Arrive in Macon 9.18, p. in.
Tri-weekly Acconm • lation Down, Mor ! , Wed
nesday and Friday. Up—Tuesday, Thursday and
Leaves Macon 7.12, a. in. Arrive at Dawsop 5.20
p. m., Albany 4.31, p. in.
LftUVe Albany a. rn., Daw -i. - A ’’
Macon 3.1;:, p. ‘m.
Mad Stages to and from Tallahassee, l h . . ville
and Baiubridge, Ac., connect with rug- iai traiua
at Albany. Also from Dawson ti i-week'y to Cuth
bert. Fort A- .
At Macon with Trains on Cent] a l . . Ma
con A Western Rail Road.
Passengers fn-m Celumbua *..»<! the '»\ < for
South-Western Georgia Florida -i- •.!«! ' the
4., a. in. train, i.t Coliunbu.-*. 1; ihu.> run on
FARE from Albany ,a Savannah to New ’ ;k by
Steamships in Cabin, £-j4 . Ticket*ca'i tn procur-
ed from Rail Road Ajvnt, Albany.
GEO. W. AU’ MS,
July xv Superintenident.
- BOSKS of a*-.lied .17.-
4.) bundles .4Stove l’q. Ii
25 “ of Wire,
f. Piggs of block Tin.
100 gross assorted Bucket and Coflcr- Pot Top.-,
2<’O “ of Ki ttle Eaix. ami Tm M l
Trimmings of evefv kind at the v«-rv ••-•cash
prices. B. A WISE’S h v >. hc,
jau 6 Cherry S*, V. ■ Ga.
March 11 GUI M ■
Ga. Pl’ters’ Corn Wliitkey.
ZANE HUNUREB Barrel* Ga. Pbulehi Wbit.
5u barrel* Smiths. Ohl Bourbon, Bob* j I count,
and other brand* >. lu-iti-y, lor \I.
ni.r ».'■ ts MnC HXIE 4 JONES.
Alt MINIM R ATOR’s Sill.
fccll, at pillule »alr, tb«- wild fthd U r * d l«aOd* i
BAUM Li G1 f.l M 4lf, I
J ioa 25 dil • *>*»4 Ad p |f!t •: >r, |
I • I lllf.ll. '
•H ti.« la id* b« wjig ig t© <E* *••'*<<•« €»»•' ft f*. ?
My ':*u 'f <. < f < t <
IbiaM • -th I f DARK
- ■ ■ 111 "" l " BI '
t X'. 1 v - aS S
Pl BI.NIUI EVER! SATURDAY MORNING. OFFICE IN RALSTON'S BCILBING, THIRD STREET, TtBMS—TWO POIUBS IN ADVANCE
\<> HI Ml 2I - M -kOOTST, OCT. 28, ISSO. ~ JN LTMBEB49
1 DR. H. A. MKTTAUER,
H AVING spent ft portion oftl j err
in thia city, during which time be has linnteo
I his pi actice almost exclusively to Surgery, now re
| snectfully offers his services to the citizens of Macon
i and the surrounding cuuutrv,; n all the branchesot
bi.- profession. Office un th. ’h-ea>t corner <4 3d
i ami (’berry streets over Asher Ayres’ new <lroceiy
DR. li. k. (.KI I A.
(XFFICE on the coiner, opposite the Methodist
I ( Lurch, I : i
DR. R. ii. JSTXSBET,
' ITY PHYSICIAN, 1
WILL attenu promptly to all calls.
Office m Triangular Block, over E. WINSIIIP’S
store. fan 7
Experience Teaches Wisdom
IT'ELLOW-CITIZENjJ, allow me to jt f
say t<> those who Uive been xuypaf- '
rohf and n-t'j-FH/* torso main years,and 'Li-XX 1 "Y’T’ 1
are now enjoying the benefits of my skill, that lam ’
in daily communication null nil tl < soune- <4 mfoi •
mation, both North and Sontb, connected v ith tbt
Dental profession, and will unfit nothing dither in <
money or labor to give satisfaction to all who may fa
vnr-m’e with their patronage. Please call at my of
office, on the corner of 2d and Mulberry streets, ove
C. Campbell A Son’s shore,sign of the Golden Tooth.
n^ v lr_ _ __ J.C. MdiEYNOLDS.
G. W. EMERSON, I). D. S.,
Office over A. .41. Blackshear A- Co\, .
berry St., Macon, Ga.
r d 1 y *
JOSEPH E. AV ELLS, JR.
I ) OOM m it .' , .. on Tri; ngula’
1 Block, over J. 11. A W. .-W i 'Ji/ Drug Store.-
Orders left at his room or at Minard A Burghard’s
will be promptly attended to. oct 7-one y
T. It. BLOOM,
Factor & Commission Merchant
t oct 20
XIIW IS THE EHANGE n 2
TO BUY SI MYER
Cost and Less!
For Cash Only.’ ! "
Our poliev i? to have a
FRESH STOCK ;
C. 11. BAIRD, i'
july 20 Telegr.'ipli Building. f
jjjp l City papers copy. t
r r , HE Cornet Store in the new Win eho ;>•• < f S. F.
I Dirkmson, on the corner ot Third and Poplar
streets. Also the Store adjoining Messrs. McCullit
A Jones, on Cotton Avenue ; »h<| Two Rooms in
Triangular Block, and two on Third Street, corner
of Cherry-—all from the Ist of Octcberr. Rooms
.suitable for Bed Rooms or Otli es.
JAMES A. RALSTON.
Aug. IS d-t Ist oct.
? 50. p
100 Brown Linen
TW DBLLABS ffl FIFTY CE»TS. "
100 DO. AT
Prices cf all «
THE ABOVE PRICES A EE
July lath, ibu'J-d-tf
the fii:>t Dart of
The Family Treasury oi
by the Rev. Andrew Cameron, former
lv Editor of the “ Christian Treasury,*’ will ap
pear on the
And will be published on the First of every montn 0
The principal object in vsumg this Maguxm? u* ,
to provide suitable and wlioit • <mc Sunday Reading
fur families. Tt will contain contributions frem
the most eminent Cierg} n eii couiiei << <i with al! the i
difl’ereut Clir..stian denomiuati'm>, both m America c
and England, and In each part there will be a
And it scries of “ Home Le« >n<’ hi which parents (
are intended to instruct their children on Sumia; '
The Famiiy Treastiiy will • 4 belong to any par
ticular persuasion, and therefore all b'ectariani*m, |
and iMJtiits nt dispute, will be carefully excluded j
from its columns.
I Subscription, Two Dollars per Year, whirl 1
I will be received by uuy BuykrviU gor may be remit- '
ted to the publisher*
| THUS NELSON A SONS. 1 Na- an, Ft.,
Al*o at Ixiudon id Edinburgh. New York,
u.ay m'J d A a -U.
Mime respectable huafnes*. b> a young man who *
. I«a> bad ihree ycera’ cxptGioee <a R.aiker am!
• iipj>«r in • hojiftule ti i • i ■ Uvi v. C*o* d icfet-
Adttrfttebftft 10S, MacM P*»*t offieft. July M
Itrbttftl Trailer H« ean •to eta**’ »<>r%
« ft« <w i hftiftAlftr »Ml ftoMlpE Addis *X, e»re
tft ■ *tft | Oftb* • Ma’vft. l*u
jtmovdd A * tl I
S Wffl LUTTERY.
For the benefit of the
Monticello Union Academy,
OF JtM’ER COt’WTT, GEORGIA,
Authorized by Special Act of the Legislature.
3/nr/’ f/tetn (Me Prize to every Tiro Tickets!
McKinney & Co.. Managers.
Tickets Only 310, Halves, Quar
ters and Eights in proportion.
r po be drawn each Saturday in Oct., 1859, in the
I citv of Savannah, Georgia: Class 39, to be
drawn Oct. I, 1>59; Class 4<», tube drawn Oct. 8,
h ; Cla>s 41, to be drawn Oct. 15, 1359 ; Class 42
to be drawn Uct. 22.1559; Class 43, tu be drawn
Oct. 29, 1859.
1 Prize of $60,000 is $60,000
1 “ 20,000 is 20,000
1 “ 10,000 is 10,000
1 “ 5,0u0 is 5,000
1 “ 4,000 is 4,000
1 “ 3,1i0V is 3,W0
1 “ 2,0u0 is 2,000
1 “ 1,500 is 15W
1 “ 1,100 is LIOO
5 “ 1,000 is 5,000
10 “ 500 is 5,000
2 “ 4W is 800
2 “ 800 is 600
2 « gob is 400
100 “ ]”’» is 10,000
100 “ I’s is 9,500
100 “ 85 is 8,500
4 I’l. zes of : ■ Approx, to <«i Pr’s are SBOO
4 “ I'' “ “ 20,000 “ 600
4 “ 125 “ “ 10,000 “ 500
4 “ 100 “ “ 5,000 ** 400
8 « 80 “ u 4,000 “ 640
8 « 60 “ “ 3,000 “ 480
8 “ 50 “ “ 2,000 “ 400
8 “ 40 “ “ 1,500 “ 320
400 “ 20 u “ 100 “ SOOO
25,000 “ 8 200,000
25,82 s Prizes amounting to. $366040
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow
ing rates, which i« the risk :
Certiticate of Packagesof 10 Whole Tickets |*'O
“ ‘ 10 Half “ «0
“ “ 10 Quarter “ 15
“ “ 10 Eighth “ 7.50
In ordering Tickets nr Certificates enclose the
jiK-ucy to our address for the tickets ordered, on
i- cetpt of which they will be forwarded b; first mail.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they
The list or ifrnwn numbers and prizes will be sent
to jiurchasers immediately after the drawing.
Notice to Correspon dents -Those who prefer not
sending money by mail, can use the Express Com
panies, whereby money for Tickets, in sums of Ten
Dollars and upwards, can be sent us at our risk and
expense, from anv city or town where there is an
Express Office. The money ami order must be en
closed in a Government P • t Office Stamped Envel
ope, or the Express Companies cannot receive them.
All communications stiictly confidential
Orders for Tickets or ('. rtificates. by Mail or Ex-
to be directed to M -KINNEY & CO., Savan
nah, Ga., or to WM. SHIVERS, JR., Agent, Macon,
P. S.—ln addition to the above, kc is Agent for
the sale of Tickets in all our Combination Classes,
which draw twice daily, in forenoon and afternoon,
sept 13 ’59 d McKinney a co.
FIRE RISKS ONLY TAKEN.
nun WE MPUF.
■LT.m. BLOOM, 2Xs’G
CASH CAPITAL, $1200,000.
JOEL JONES, President.
A. (iII.LETT. Vice-President.
JAS. B. ALVORD, Secretary,
feb 14 d-ts
I >LANK ACCOUNT BOOKS made to order for
) Courts and Counting Houses, and the numbers
printed on the page without extra charge.
Magazines, Music and Law Books, bov ”1
in neat and cheap styles.
DAVID ROSS. Cor. 3d and Cherry Streets,
feb 3 Over George T. Rogers A Son,
r I S HE subscriber has purchased the Right to Fow
I land’s Patent Carriages and Springs for Blank
Account Books, which he will put on work when
instructed. DAVID ROSS.
Fashionable Hair Dresser,
At the Redding House, Macon, Ga«
r Subscriber respectfully informs the citizens
1 of Macon and strangers passing through the
city that his well known establishment is still in op- i
eration at his old stand, where he is ready to accom
modate his customers with Hair-trimming, Shaving,
Shampooing and everything else in his line in the
•■le oi art He ■ Aters ft r sale? Good Bay Rum,
Progler’s Hair luvigorator, Knight’s cefebrated
Haii Reatoral Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Ra-
z andalls eeded for a gentleman's
toilet. Hot and Cold Baths can be ha«l at the reduc
ed price of 35 cents. Also, wigs and Toupees mwV
to order on short notice. He solicits a continuance
of the liberal patronage which he has etoforere
ceived. M. LOH.
inly 8-flm <
B. A. LOCHRAM
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLER AT LAW
MACON, GA. I
my circuit practice interferring witl
1 my office business m this city, I have withdraw!
from the Finn of Lochrane & Lamar, and will here
after be found at my office near the Mechanic's Bank,
to give personal and professional attention only to
litigated and crii ii.al case business placed in my
hands. The business of the Firm will be attended
to by both the partners Lamar and Lochrane, tc
whom letters may be addressed. •
City papers copy—may 20
W. T. AIASSEY’S
I.AW Ac OKKICE
Is over E. L. Strohecker A Co.’s Drug Store wher<
he ?an be found from b o’clock A. M. to 1 P. M.
SPEER & HUNTER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
M ACON, GA.,
Office on Triangular Block, Corner of Cherry Stree 1
and Cotton Avenue
1 have associated as patners in the practice*!
v V Law in tl ■ c< unties ol tin-Macon andadjoin-
• ere in the Htata by special
al G JFtft at Sa
vannah and Mat ieitu. ALEX. M '•’PEER.
Peb.17,1 SAMI I I. hLNTER.
W. C. M. dunson;
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over Dr. L E Stroheckers Drug Store.
lb m bwcn ’ h Joseph E Brown, Miltodteft
Hou. William I Yancey, Montgomery, Ala.
Hon. Bvi'j H. Hill, Lagrange, Ga.
Hon. John E Ward, Suianush, Ga.
.1 B AW. A K- . Macon. Gh
over E. J*, birobccker’s Drug Store.
juiy xx d iy w vid
DR. W. HORNE
| -4 Bibb and “4 |o; t u '.tn * Wl.» n not prft
i, *»;<H.alh abi*' ' ’*••> b« h»und al his Office, o»
• tn.n A'« nor, I it H-<LiU Hsikr6 itoM,
M , it). Lan i IB -< Uv »41 promptly st und le
■ nr a. If
DR. GE<>.<;. GRIFI IN.
II AV I MJ p* rmabewliy iuratrd in Macoft, fraped
g ll' * • ui net' tu ILa
pubhe vd M , la Wa.Uiugtufc BkxA.
■"W . Cathartic Pills,
(SCGA R CO A TED,)
ARE MADE TO
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CURE THE SICK.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
Philanthropists, read their Kffects,
and judge of their Virtues.
FOR THE OF
Headache, Sick Headache,Foul Stomach.
Pittsburg, Pa., May 1, 1806.
Da. J. C. Atrr. Sir: I have been rej>entedly cured of
the worst headache any body can hare by a dose or two
of your Pills. 11 seems to arise from a foul stomach, which
t hey cleanse at once If they will cure others as they do
me,- the fact is worth knowing.
Youis with great respect, ED. W. PREBLE,
Clerk of SUamer Clarion.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
Dipartmint op thi Intkrior, I
Washington, D. C., 7 Feb., 1860. j
Str: I !»▼« used your Pills in my general and hospital
practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to
mv they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu
lating action un the hvrr is quick and de. ided, consequent
ly they are an admirable remedy for derangements of that
organ.' Indeed, I have seldom found a case of biliout
rax so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them.
Fiateriially yours, ALONZO BALL, 11. D,
nytician of the Marine H rjiletk
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms. <
Post Ofticb, Habtlasd, Liv. Co., Mich., Nov. 16.188A
Da. Atib: Your Pills are the perfection of medicina,
They have done my wife more good than I can tell you.
She had been sick and pining away for months. Went
off to be doctored at great expense, but got no better.. Bbe
then commenced taking your Pills, which soon cured her,
by expelling large quantities of worms (dead) from her
body. They afterwards cured her and our two childrea
of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors had it bad. and
my wife cured him with two doses of your PUIa, while
others around us paid from five to twenty dollars doctors’
bills, and lust much time, without being cured entirely
even then. Such a medicine as yours, which is actually
guod and honext, will be prized here.
GEO J. GRIFFIN, Poetmatter.
Indigestion ond Impurity of the Blood.
Prom Rev. J. V. H'imet, Pallor of Advent Church, Briton.
Dr. Atxb: I have used your Pills with extraordinary
success in mv family and among those I am called to visit
In distress. To regul.xte the organs of digestion and puri
fy the blood they are the very best remedy I have ever
known, and 1 can confidently recommend them to my
friends. Yours, J. V. HIMES.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co.. N. Y., Oct. 24. 1856.
Dxar Sir: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my prao
tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify ths fountains of the blood.
JOHN G. MEACHAM, M. D
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter,
Tumors, and Salt Rheum.
From a Pirwarding Merchant of St. Louu, Pb. 4,1866.
Dr. Atbb: Your PUD are the paragon of all that is
great tn medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous wires upon her hands and feet that had'pruvsd
incurable for yean. Her mother bed t>een long grievous
ly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and la
her hair. After onr child was cured, she also tried your
Pills, and they have cured her. ABA MORGRIDGK.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Pom the Rev. Dr. Uawku, of the Methodut Epis. Church.
PtLASii Hovsa, Savannah. Ga., Jan. 6. 1860.
noNORBD Sir : I should be ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought me if I did not report my case to yon.
A cold eettled in my limbe and brought on excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the heat of physicians, the disease
grew wore* and worse, until, by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore. Dr. Machen tie, I tried your Pills.
Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering in the
use of them, 1 am now entirely well.
Bbnatb Chambrr, Baton Rovgb. La., 6 Dec., 1861.
Dr. Aykr: 1 Lave been entirely cured by your Pills es
Rheumatic Gout— a painful disease that had afflicted me
for years VINCENT SLIDELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Com
plaints, requiring an active purge, they are an excel
lent remedy. T
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Dinner Pill, they are agreeable and vfitctual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tion, and even Deafness, and Partial Blind
ness, have been cured by the alterative actiuu of these
Most of ths Pills in market contain Mercury, which, al
though a valuable remedy iu ekilful bands, is dangerous
in a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre
quently follow its incautious use. These contain no mer
cury or mineral substance whatever.
AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFLU
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN
and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the disease.
We need not sj>»«k to the public of its virtues.
Throughout every town, and almost every hamlet of the
American States, its woudeiful cures of pulmonary com
plaints have made it already kiy wn. Nay, few are the
families in any civilized country on this continent with
out some personal exj>erience of its effects ; and few er yet
the communities any where which have not among them
some living trephy of its victory over the subtle and dan
gerous diseases of the throat and lungs. While it is the
n>o«t powerful antidote yet known to man for the formi
dable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can be em
ployed for infants and young persons. Parents should
have it in store against the insidious enemy that steals
upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to
believe the Cherry pectoral saves more lives by the con
sumptions it prevents than those it cures. Keep it by
you. and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no human skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as
they know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do
more »han to assure them it is still made the l>eet it can
be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the
most perfect possible, and thus afford those who rely on
it the best agent which our skill can fiirnish for their cure.
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell. Mase.
AND SOLD Br
WALTON FEMALE COLLEGE
Chartered by the State of Georgia in 1856.
7/aviug been appointed by the President and Di
rectors oi the Walton Female College, Manager of
their Lottery Charter, we intend conducting the
same on the favorite Havana Plan ut Single numbers,
and have located our office i i the city of Savannah,
Ga. We now offer the following
To be Drawn the first and third Wednesday in
30,000 Tickets-3,237 Prizes Amounting to
Capital Prize $60,000.
1 Prize of ><lo,ooo
1 “ “ l >,OOO
1 “ “ 5,000
1 “ “ 4,000
3 “ “....2,000 6,000
10 “ “ .... 1000 10,000
10 “ “ .... 500 5,000
10 “ “ .... 200 2,000
100 “ “ .... 100 10,000
100 “ “ .... 50 5,000
3000 “ “ .... 80 00,000
3237 Prizes amounting to (212,000.
The 3000 Prizes of (30 mentioned in the Scheme,
are determined by the last tigure of the Number
that draws the Capital Prize. For instance, say the
Capital Prize ends with number b, all those Whole
Tickets ending with 8 are entitled to (30, tn ad
dition,to any other prize they may draw. Halves and
Quarters in proportion.
Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters
Also, the following
Favorite Small Scheme.
Tobe drawn the Second and Fourth Wednes
day of each mouth.
16.000 Tickets, only 197 Prizes amount
ing tu $41,000.
Capital Prize $15,000.
1 prize of |15,000
1 “ 5,000
1 ** 3,000
2 “ 1,000 each is ft,ooo
2 “ 500 •* 1,000
10 2<i‘» ** 2,000
70 “ 100 “ B,uoo
100 “ 50 “ 5,000
197 prizes amounting to .|41,000
Whole Tickets $5, Halve* $2.50, Quarters
Prize* pavable without deduction SOdaya after the
'<l > and under, paid tmuie
Hun OVIIHi bPAKKiS, Mayor, Mftcon.Ga.
T K HLooM < ottou Factor. Maeon.Ga
BELL. PKLM IBM A CO .Marfthnak, Ga
FA KLEI, Jt’iO ACU , s«w Urleaue, La.
W. C. A CO . Mftftftgrra,
Mac< u us batauiiftL, Gft.,
Or Hux D , No 41, Foal Office. N O . U
Pi uro t awbftd eilUw mj Macon or Gft ,
vim* • », brfumtft Urattof ftft-
v «» .w. a L»
u.arob w I
I < o^ d Oa. :
A. M. Bininger & Co.
No. 17 Broad Street,
This agreeable Tonic is designed especially as a
Safe and reliable Medicine
for Family Use.
The Public are assured that our '
London Dock Gin is a superior j
article, poflefling all the virtues
ascribed to it as a Medicinal Be
verage, and deserving of their pa
tronage, in preference to the ius
picious decoitions emanating from
irrefponfihle sources, and fold un
der various pretentious names.
The fad that our house (eitablished
in 1778,) has attained a favorable
reputation for the genuine character
and purity of its Liquors, will, we
trust, be a sufficient guarantee of the
excellence of this article.
Put up in quart and pint bottles,
in cases of one and two dozen each,
with our name on the bottles, and
a faefimile of our Signature on the
Sold throughout the United
States and Canadas, by Druggists,
Druggills and Dealers
Wines and Brandies,
Dired from U. S. Bonded Ware- .
Houles, of all the favorite brand; 1
and molt approved Vintages. 9
For Sale bv E. L. STROHECKER i CO., and ZEI
LIN, HUNT A CO., Macon, Ga. I ■>> 8
. B. A. WISE
WOULD most respectfully inform the public
his customers that he has removed his stuck us
TIN AYA RE AND
TO HIS NEW STORE.
Next door to the Telegraph Building, on Cherry St.,
and would be pleased to nave all persons in want of
Goods in my line to call and examine my stock, where
mav be found
Stoves, Grates, Ranges,
Brass and Bronzed Andirons,
Shovels, Tongs and Fenders,
Waiters, Tea and Coffee Urns,
Steak and Oyster Dishes,
Plated Castors ami Waiters,
Spoons, Forks and Cake Baskets, Silver Tea Spoons
and Forks, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Wood Ware,
Brooms and Brushes Matts, Trays, Sifters, Meat
Cutters and Staffers, Plain and Japanned Tin Ware,
and all Goods usually kept in my line.
B. A. WISE, Cherry Street,
dec 23 Macon, Ga.
NEW YORK FOR SALE AT THE
To the Lovers of the Turf and
ADMIRERS OF THE
I OFFER for sale my beautiful race colt
Boatman by Monte out of Kate Mont-*nV
gomery, dam Mary Buford, by Ilavock, sonV
of Sir Charles. This Cult is descended from the best
racing family of horses in America, and is in all re
spects a very superior animal. His pedigree can be
proven by the best authenticated records. Apply to
R. JORDAN, JR.. Monticello,
jan 27 Jasper Co., Ga.
To Tcaclici-o A ilolrl lnr<-p<-i-*
FOR SALE OR RENT.
property consisting of exten five imnrove
-1 menu of all kinds, with Gardens, Orchards,
Shrubbery, etc , and three hundred acres of land
(one-ffiaif rich woodland * is now offered for sale or
rent to a responsioie purchaser or tenant on very fa
The place has been improved with great taste and
beauty, and to a gentleman desirous of establishing
a select School or opening a watering place it pre
sents an opportunity rarelv offered.
The Springs (tine Chalybeate water) lie 16 miles
West of Maron, and seven miles from a Depot on the
Macon h Western Kailroad.
For terms, which will be rer.sonable both as to
time and price, apply to the lUidersigned at Macon,
Ga. Possession given at onoe.
Dec. •.■th, UM. ALEX. M. BPEBB.
MACON & WESTERN R. R.
O’ N and after T hursday, the 15th inst., tbe trains
will be run as follows :
Leave Macon night, arrive Atlanta?.ls, a. m.
Leave Macon 10.00, a. in., arrive Atlanta 4.<><*, p. m.
Leave Atlanta 12, night, arrive Macon 7.15, a., m.
Leave Atlanta 11 a. m.. arrive Macon * <>o, p. m.
The D'.ght trains will not be run on Suudu vs. The
10 a. ra. train from Macon con net t> with 1 be Wes
tern A Atlantic R. R for Chattanooga. Knoxville,
Nas'iiville, Memphis, at 8.40, p. m., with Georgia
R. R. for Augusta at 12 night,, and Atlanta A West
Point R. R. at 12.5, a. m.
The 10.00, a. m. train from Macon connects with
the Ge< rgia Road at 12J>0., a. in., and Atlanta A
Wftftt I oint. Road, tt If i , n.
The completion of the Virginia and Tennessee Rail
Road, makes thia the most pleasant ami duect route
Through Tickets to which may be had at Atlanta,
for <26 2 r . including Stage lure, <7 00, and tu Now
York for 32 00.
Further information may be had in relation
. Route, un application to the General Ticket Office-
Atlanta. ALFRED 1 TYLER
eng 2h| Superiutchdcirf.
I>< ■ ciiilht 1. 1 1 »5’-
T. r. ftYtlftM. ft. MILL.
NTI IIBS A Illi I.
ATTOKNEYS Al LAW,
.Mu ton, <«m»
11 fJLL | ra» t■ • u «■* op >.f the Macuft < if-
Wft ruit, and ftb' th .!■ i I j » h M »• • *»• ' ,
Ma»<wf«e, IftitaH, TftyUt, h. hhy,
iy, Lm, Mtid tba Fu4«ia4 Cuurt* at Maftottt< and fta
fauuaL. and in ftvet/ vliuf vvaftty wb*re !*• tea
; will varrftol
i Fftb I« IM »I yr
IIBI——IHIL —- 1 '
Opposite the Medical College. Macon, Oeorf la,
keeps always on hand .1 large and choice stock ot .he
best Old Brandy, Irish and American Whiske rof
various superior brands, St. Croix and Jamaica K i.
the first quality of Gin, with everything else in inis
"also. Champagne, Madeira. Sherry, Mallaga and
other kinds of Wine. It his BJK nis patrons are
sure to receive polite attention, and get the best oi
' 'i'iThopes to retain a liberal share of public patron-
striving to deserve it. trial
april 12, 1859-dtf
MENARD & CASTLEN,
DRUGGIST AN APOTHECARY ,
CHERKY STHK i/r.MACON, G-A
nAS just received an will keep constant-
Iv on band a ires’. upplj °1 DKLGS » TSf
MEDICINES, consisting «*
Also, a large ot of American. English and Gerixvi
GARDEN SEEDS. Ac.. <tc.
He will also keep a pure article of BRANDY A
WINE for Medicinal purposes. ®ctl7
IMIE subscribers have on hand, a good stock of
Osnabfirgs, Kerseys, Blankets, and coarse shoes
s i liable for the season, also, a general stock of Gro
ceries which tlu v Will sell cheap for Cash or appro*
ed credit, at the old stand on the corner aboie the i
Lamer House. C. CAMPBELL A SON
Maeon, Ort.ihnr 2*> I>'N7
A. M. BLACKSHEAR & CO.,
Invite attention to their
ffl SIiMIIEB STOCK.
all the NEW STYLES OF THE
SE ISON in Fancy Goods, together with a largo
stock of black Cloth, Drap’d eta and Alpacca Frocks
and Sacks. Linen Frocks and Sacks, Linen Dusters,
Black Cassinietes and Drap’d eta Pants, Ac.
/"I GENT’S Furnishing Goods in large variety
( V at A. M. BLACKSHEAR A CO’S.
rpRUNKS and Ladies’ Hat Botes, Valises. 1
I Carnet Bags. Umbrellas Ac., at
n. Jl. Id A. M. BLACkSHEARACO’S.
xrOUTHS’ and Boys’ Clothing, to tit all sizes,
X at A. M. BLACKSHEAR A CO’S.
A MBROTYI’ES taken and put in neat Cases at
50 Cents, at S. GOODMAN’S Gallery,
next to Mrs. Audouin’s Millinery Store.
feb 24 d-nni*
rpRUNKS, Valises, Carpet and
1 Gutta I’ercha Bags,
Umbrellas, Ac. . „„
octxiv A. M. BLACKSHEAR A CO.
Geo. T. Rogers & Son
HAVE in Store and constantly receiving a large
and general stock of Groceries, consisting in
120 Bags Rio Coffee,
25 Bags Old Government Java Coflee,
1 (’ask Ceylon Coffee, very choice,
20 Bags Pepper and Spice,
50 Bbls, crushed and Powdered Sugar,
7,; Bbls. Refined Sugar, various grades,
25 ,Hhds. choice Molasses,
15 Bacon Sides,
100 bo.x’<? s Sperm and Adamantine Candles,
5o Boxes Soap, various qualities,
30 Boxes various grades,
5o Boxes Pepper, Spice and Ginger
45 Boxes Cana assorted,
60 Boxes Tobacco, »!' qualities,
80 Boxes Pickles, assorted sizes,
65,000 Cigars of even’ grade,
Together with a general assortment of Liquors -an
of which will be sol<l low V C:i>!i. OCt 20
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
PROVISIONS, &C., &C.
gkcs“ Mulberry Street, opposite the
Medical College, Macon,
apl., 12, 1859-dtf
DR. WALL JONES,
IT AV ING permanently located in Macon, respect-
L fully tenders his professional services to the cit
izens of .Macon and the surrounding country. Office
on 3rd Street, over T. J. Lane’s Store.
june 25 d-ts
raws balm of smu.!
FOR THE HAIR.
I'N presenting the Balin of Savannah to the public,
the proprietor does so without any of the hesita
tion attending the introduction of a new and untried
article, for it has been fifteen years before the public,
and each year has added to its popularity. The de
mand for it having increased so far beyond my pre
vious facilities for its manufacture, the proprietor has
recently completed arrangements for producing on a
more extensive scale, and at the same time, adding
to its former excellence, by the result of a long prac
tical experience in its use. The following vouchers
from gentlemen well known to the community attest
their estimation of the article :
Savannah, August 3,1858.
J/r. J. M. Haywood, Agent.— l cheerfully comply
with my promise to give you my opinion of the mer
its of your Balm of Savannah. After using it for
some twb years, I am prepared to speak from experi
ence, and do not hesitate to pronounce it the best pre
paration for the hair that I have ever used. I tried
many remedies, which had been recommended to me,
with benefit, until 1 made a trial of your Balm, which
not only removed the dandruff, but kept my head
free from it, at the sunie time stimulating the growth
of the hair and imparting to it a healthy appearance.
1 have recommended it to my friends, similarly afflict
ed, who, in every instance, experienced similar ben
efit from its use. * I esteem it a pleasant and conve
nient article for dressing the hair, possessing most
of the virtues < laimtd foi the popular cosmetic* of the
dav, with none of their deleterious qualities. 1 feel
confident that it only needs to be known to the public
to become universally popular.
Very Respectfully Yours,
W. T. T77OMSON,
Editor of the Savannah Morning News.
Macon, Ga., July 21. 1858.
J/r, J. M Haywood, Agetd. bear Sir: It affords
. me much pleasure to bear testimony to the excellence
of your Balm of Savannah, which I have no hesita
tion in pronouncing superior to any other preparation
for the hair that I have ever used. It not only
cleanses, softens and invigorates the hair, but it re
moves dandruff, and keeps the scalp clean and heal
thy. Il is convenient and pleasant for toilet use,
while it possesses medicinal qualities, that cannot
fail to recommend it to all aho make a trial of it. For
sometime I have used it in my family, who are now
unwilling to be without it.
JNO T BOIFEUTLLET,
Treasurer ot the 8. W. K. Road.
May tfi, lt&8
J/r. ./ M Haywood, Agtht. It gives me pleasure
to certify to the unequaihd qualities of your Balm ot
(iataiiiiah It ia tin* beat lonic for the hair, as well
a« tin- most effectual exterminator of dandr off I have
ever tried hair ha* been inclined tall out •inoe
inv attack of Yellow Fever in 1»>54, ami among all
• re** iHM • - I ha • ‘ I '
I bss vee* the moat MMMMHsbfaL This much I su»
i ” 4 ’ YtfUisAr < I’ w ALEX AMH H.
Late Editor of tfiv Maiauaah Republican.
E. L. STROH ECKER,
1 July I Sole Af’t for Moiuu. i
I’ Rl7 I!
Now is the Time to Subscribe
FOR THE r
A LARGE AND BEATIFUL JOURNAL,
Art, Science, Literature. Agriculture, Ro-j
mance, and News.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. 1
BY J. RUSSEL &, CO.,
IN THE CITY OF MACON, GEORGIA.
The most Eminet U l iters of the hay
Colxtidbute to itn Columns,
Tehms Invariably in Advance—One subscriber
one year, *2,00, with Lottery Tickets worth |1 —four
.subscribers one year, with Lottery Tickets worth
s4—ten subscribers one year, £12.5<». with Lottery
Tickets worth ijilu, the Tickets to be selected by the
subscribers from any oi -HODGES, DAVIS & CO.’S
Schemes of the Consolidated Lotteries of Georgia
N. H. A specimen copy will be sent to any one
who desires it. free of cost, when further particulars -
i will be furnished and inducements offered to sub- I 1
I scribers, superior to those of any other literary jour- I
nal now published. r
Don’t fail to send for a Copy. jgJ |
Subscriptions received at the American Re [
public Office, Ralston’s Building, Third Street, up
Stairs, until October when the office will be removed
to Acer’s Block, Mulberry Street.
aug 2G ’59 d
Upholsterer, on Cotton Avenue,
Up-atairs, over Mr. Brainerd's Variety Store,
Opposite Ross, Coleman & Ross*
SPRING and Hair Mattresses made to order, old
ones done up, old Furniture neatly repaired and
varnished; Curtains put up; Carpets, Oilcloths,
and Matting laid. Also, paper hanging of every style.
All work in my line will be executed with neatness
and despatch. june 6 d 6m 1
Fluid Gas Lamps. >
I HAVE just received a lot of the above Lamps con
sisting of Hand Lamps, Suspending Lamps, Par
lor Lamps, and Billiard Lamos. It is unnecessary -
tor me to say anything about this Lamp, as the Press
of our city has said all that I could sav. It is also f
suitable for running through Houses or Factories, on
the same principle as Gas.
upr 29-ts R. P. McEVOY.
CREAM CHEESE. 1
I T A\ ING made arrangements for a large supply
11 of the above named
V\ e would inform the Citizens of Macon, and the |
public generally, that we are now prepared to furnish
At Wholesale and Retail,
As low as it can be afforded. i
I Lovers of Good Cheese we invite you to give us a
call, we are satisfied you will be pleased. i
GREER A FREEMAN.
Its. (’itizen copy.
PLANTATION FOR SALE’
T OFFER for sale a fine Plantation situated five
miles from Macon and containing thirteen hun
dred acres of land—six hundred cleared, three hun- *
dred of wooded upland and four hundred of swamp 1
land. On the premises is a fine new dwelling and 1
out houses. The mules and stock will be sola with
it if desired. It is situated in the forks of the Oc
mulgee river and Tobesof kee creek within a quar
ter of a mile of the South Western and a half mile of
the Macon & Brunswick Rail Roads. The crop car.
be seen on the place. Terms will be liberal. <
june 23 d A w ts J. H. ANDREWS, 1
I HAVE associated with me my brother FRANK
M. STONE, for the purpose oi continuing the Hat .
and Cap business.
The business will be conducted hereafter under J
the firm name and style of
CHAS. B. STONE & BROTHER.
The undersigned, thankful for the liberal patron
age extended to him the past year would most re
spectfully solicit a continuation of it for the new
They will keep constantly on hand a superior
>;tock of Hats and Caps, which they will sell as low f
as any house in the citv or State.
apl IV CHAS. B. STONE A BRO.
HSM MOI BOOT & SHOE ;
OPPOSITE TRIANGULAR BLOCK, and '
NEXT DOOR TO ROSS, COLEMAN A
ROSS. sept 19
r population ot .Macon is now betwern ten and ‘
1 twelve thousand; this, together with the in- f
creased number of strangers visiting the city foi
the purpose of hqying goods, has induced the old
and well known firm of
W. W. Parker & Co.
to buy a much larger stock of
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS
than usual, with the expectation of at least doubling f
their sales this Fall. They have spared no pains to r
please all those in want of the
Latest A iWo>t I'aKliiouable Dress
Their old friends and customers, and that deaira
a > b\ < iloim hi, h ill be con
v inred that they have even surpassed I hem nchca .his
ALL LADIES OETASTE
ar? particularly inierratod and we hope to tee them
•vail thru.sdvcs <1 tl.v pin dege of carlv select:
TW(> hist class )ourur*mau Tailors.alibv Tailor
W. K AKNULD. J
••p < d KM
Havln? >»t prneuwd * COMPLETE OUTFIT,
«e are prepared to d<> every iteaeription <rf Job Wonic
a a neat Myle on short notice.
We are ready at all times to execute in a eatisfacto
ry manner such work as
HAND BILLS, CATALOGUES,
, do., Ac.,
All kinds of Blanks kept constantly on hand.
THE Store occupied bv Waterman and the Stor
occupied by Hutchings, also several Rooms.—
Apply to l ’ FREEMAN A ROBERTS.
July 28 d-2tn
*»ahh.-uli School Lileraliric.
THOSE wishing to purchase Bibles, Tracts and
good books for the library or Sabbath reading,
are invited to cull and examine the stock ot rel
publications for sale at the •* Depositokv ot we
Georgia Bible and Colporteur Society, ‘‘Cotton
Avenue,” Macon, Ga. Every advantage will be ot
tered to those who wish to select libraries either tor
the Sumi School or family.
feb SAM’’ BOYKIN, Agent
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Redding Blouse Building.
Third Street, Macon, Ga,
HE is prepared to do all work in his line as well and
cheap as it can be done elsewhere, and respect
fully solicits 1 continuance ot public patronage. —
Call next do’ .’to M. Lon’s Barber Shop.
4 LARGE and beautiful assortment of Stereo
JTjL seopes—with a Urge number of views of all
kinds. For sale singly or bv the dozen at
J. M. BOARDMAN’S,
dec xn Washington Block
HAS removed to E. Saulsbury’s old stand nel
door to Strong A Woed’s’shoe store, and ia nr*»
pared to exhibit one of the largest and finest stock u
READY MADE CLOTHING iu the city. sep 23
Designs for Monuments
ROB T E, LAUNITZ, N.’ Y.
E. J. JOHNSTON A CO.. Agents,
N. S. PRUDDEN&CO.
Have just received their
SECOND SPRING STOCK OF FAN CY
"OURCtIASED by one of t *e firm within the last
1 two week*. Among them are styles entirely
new, and very beautiful.
In Dress (woods we can show an elegant assort*
ment, from the cheapest to the finest fabric. Man
tillas, Muweg Talma*, Du*Urg, Embroidcritt, and in
fact almost everything that pertains to our line or
business. N. S. PRUDDEN A CO.
•pl 27 d-ts
BELDEN & CO.
AT COST FOR CASH !
VI have just received an extra supply of Straw
v v Goods, consisting of
White and Brown Leghorns,
Slate and purple Canadas.
For Boys and Infauts, every variety of Hats; ana
Misses’ Flats of every style.
These Goods must be sold as soon as possible, and
to Cash customers we can offer great inducements.
BELDEN A CO.J
Macon, May 25. diwtf
City pape-« copy 4t
FIRE INSI RAME COMPANIES?
THE Hartford—lncorporated 1810, Capital
The Springfield—Capital >lsv,f w.
The Massasoit at Springfield. Capital >150,000,
with a large surplus securely invested.
Pollicies in tbe first class Companies issued and
losses promptly adjusted by
E. J. JOHNSTON, Agent.
r? A P’K’GES Refined and No. 1 LeufLard, in Cans,
Kegs, Half Barrels and Barrels, for sale low
by McCALLIE 4 JONES,
SADDLERY & HARDWARE.
THE undersigned would respectfully in
vite the attention of his friends and cus
tomers, and the trade, to his large stock of
LEATHER AND R( BRER BELTING
Double and Single Harness, Sadd’sj.
Bridles, Bits and Spurs, of the
best make and latest
Also, prepared to do iob work at the shortest no
tice, ana in workmanlike manner, and as low aa
any House in the city. Call and see at his new Store
next to the Manufactures’ Bank, and opposite Rosa*
new Building. JOHN CLEGHORN
J’UST received, New Layer Raisins, Languedoc
Marseilles, and Princess Almonds, Sweet Or
anges, Choice Northern Apples, at
nov HENRY HORNE’S
THE Store rented by 11. Horne and now occupied
by Mr. Hernandez ns a Sugar Store, on Tnird
Street, the best stand in the city for a Confectionary
and Candy Store. Also several large rooms up
stairs in Cherry Street.
sept 20 d ts T. C. DEMPSEY, Executor.
MY Residence, in front ot Dr. E. L. Strohecker’s I
dwelling, containing 6 rooms, kitchen with 2/
rooms, negro house with 2 rooms and good stable, S
horse lot, tine well of water and good garden, and in L
a very healthy part of the citv and but a short walk
from the business part of the city. Terms will be !
m’vle liberal Possession given the Ist of October
■i’ G. J. BLAKE. <
Macon. Julr 23, 1859 d-t October
4 N idea prevails that MILLER A WATERMAN’S
i A is a place for gentlemen’s trade only. m>.
The Ladies are respectfully informed that we have
on band, and are receiving' a nice stock of seasona
ble Dry Goods which we will sell barer than any
other House in the city. Please call if you wish to
buy Dry Goods cheaper than you ever bought before.
Next door to Bow die A Anderson’s, Cotton Avenue,
BOOT& SHOE MAKER,
WALKER S BUILDING.
Mulberry Street, near the .Medical College,
(\FFERS hia services to the public in all the
/ branches of his art. He flatten* himself that
in the manufacture of Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters par-,
ticuiariv, h« can give entire satisfaction to his pat
rons. Orders respectfully solicited.
feb 22 d 1 -y
r Establishment is still open for the reception
1 of members to the I egislature and transient
visitorsand the proprietor i> determined to reserve
ample occommodaiion of luidies, and for tbe enter
tainment of both Ladies and Gentlemen ; he has
rented Newell’s Hall, a large and commodious room
hfty by eighty feet long adjoining the Hofei for the
purpose of having two or three Cotdion Parties tier
week, with a fine band of music which will alwavs be
at the command of his guest. Every effort will be
made to make bis guest comfoi cable and contented
Received to-day and for
100 ’* S< ” k * Mils Extra Flour,
TS •• HuherAna
»5 •’ Demtnvad. Extra *■ *
V> I’laul.r’. Milla «
FI.ARa A PRITCHETT,
arpt X» 11 it Npark’a War.
FKKNCH FOMADBN ANUOII.N
I'DR th. hair, warranted to kwp i« n t 1B tfe,
“** b/ *’ ** J " lwlsc X | aL