I)A \Y,nO.\ JOURNAL.
j W Ra*d»l —Wholeaale Liquor
n. u !»r Macon, ha.
Mis A. KirtUnd— Wholesale & Bo
j.iij dealers in Ho ts, Shoes, Lca'hcr,
L c Macon. La.
*Thcs Wood— Furniture, Coffins,
t, c Mao*" 1 ! Gs-
W (J Wright— Agent Universal Life
Insurance Company, Eulaula, Ala.
C B l olton— Orton e Tobacco I rep
arution, Portland, Me.
1 M Janes, Ord’y—Homestead Ex
,S F Lasseter —T«rrell Sheriff sa’os
Mrs. Clara Arne S Brown—Proper
ertv for sale in Lee county, Ga
Parks, Vaaon & Davis—Law Firm.
or three more of the Com
mon Sense Sewing Machine* can be
Vought very cheap by early npplioa
tton.t THIS OFFICE
The 8l«wur«l> ol tlic IFuwaon
Will h»ve their “ leet ' D ß * D Daw
•od, on Haturday before the 2nd Sun
day io December, at 10 o’clock, at the
Let eyery Seward be present, and it
i« earnestly ri-qu eted of the member*
at the different Churches that they set
tle their assessment* immediately. Let
pay up the la«t and ll»r.
W. M PEEPLES,
Ch’m’o Board of Stewards.
publish this w«L two very
interesting article* on the subject of
Agricultural improvement. Thi* can
not !>• considered a emali matter, since
it i* through such mean* we ale to
trace tn* prosperity of every other eu«
terpnse Let our people take into
consideration this important question
of interest, aril see thut Ifcey he a*
fuliv up to 'he purpose of lend ng aid
in this worthy cause as any county in
We would cull the attention of
the public to the advertisement of the
Clayton High School, of Jc.aewbor
ough, Ga. Parent# and Guardian*
would do well to ava 1 themselves ol
the superior advantage* afforded by
this veiy popular Ins i uliou of ieutu
lug. See advertisem nt.
attention i» directed to
the adver iaem ut of 1 hoe Wo
dealer in Furniture and Metalie cof
WT* olice llie adv.rrtiscment of
L. vV ■ Hasdai who offers great induce
ment* in the wholesale department of
Liquors. See advert eement lor par
%r:*r fee the unvi rliseineni of Mix
& Klilhitid, wholesale and retail deal
ers 111 Boots & Shoes
III* hnperlwr t ourl—
At tins pince is slih in *ession. The
jvincipic business being the matter of
•fearing the Stale Dockett, which
•e-m* tardy in its opera tons, owing io
the scurehmg process that is neoeeaa
rily entered into, in r rder to arrive at
definite conclusion* Ilia Honor *eems
boULd to the observance of ssyteirr,
»hich ]* commendable and duly ap
preciated l>y thuso favorable to good
carcoi ILsseltine, llegi-ter in
Bankruptcy iu the Southern District
of Georgia, gw’e u« a passing call lust
waak, nod bastiy dispatched some
buniacM bofora hia Court. We under
•taod that he will visit Dawson again
tb'- 22d .cat., which will afford the last
opportunity our citixena will have to
fil# petitions in ttie Bankrupt Court,
tioleea they are able to pay fifty per
••ot. of tbeir indebtedn ß >e.
e have received the first num
t>* «f Zell’s popular Encyclopedia and
Uuiv*r«al Dictionary of Art. Science,
lliotory, Biography, Geography, and
Language This t* certainly a vidua
b e pul»lc:ation, and exceedingly cheap
for the merited infcrination it give*
The w irk wi I be issued weekly, single
number- ten cents each. We under
■iaod he sendr sample copies to appll
canti gratis Address Mr. T. Ed wood
Zell, Philadelphia, Penn.
VV “ can ail quit the filthy practice of
Tonacco chewing with hut little trou
ble to ourselva, by applying for uid in
Ihe use of the celebrated antidote ro
fetred to in our advertising columns.
Ibink of the useless expenditure of
•non, y that is y, ariy sacrificed in this
hty habit, and gratify the desires of
• hdy hou-e-wiie in leaving off the
practice See advertisement.
Th * Land W« l.ere—
fhia highly interesting messenger of
terury taste, comes well recommended
<W December, and comports tidmira
-7 with the title it bears. Now is
8 time for getting up clubs tor this
T *ry cheap and interesting Magazine,
»« in such moans great advantages are
Terms f °r single c pies, $3 a year
•“advance. A ldreaa Geu D. H. Bill,
Charlotte, N. 0.
IPL-VYe call attention to .be udver
ti emrnt of the Universid Life Insti
ran'eu Company, to In 1 found in auoth
er column, which ccrtuiniv must be a
subject of interest to every man of
family. Here is a chtnae for leaving
a competency to those for whom you
spend your daily labours, even after
tr.e grave lias settled over your mor
J it Christian having accepted the
Agency for this county, will be pleased
to wuit on you at tois office ut any
Christmas is Coming !
It is hardly neocssary to remind onr
little readers that Chris'mas rs coming
—they all know that quite as well a*
we do Wo want to tell them, however,
that when they are looking out f r
Christmas gifts, there is no present so
cheap or so valuable as a year’s sub
scription to Butko’s Wee kly. 82 wil
insure its visits every week the year
round. Think of this when you go to
lay out money for Christmas or New
Parents whose children are not now
taking the Weekly, will do well to send
$2 for a year* subscription, [t Will give
the children more solid enjoyment than
820 woith of anything else you can buy
for them. All who send (2 by the I t
of January will receive the December
Address J. W Bonus & Cos., Ma
A Negro Kili.ed Anotherr rTen
Cents —A n. gro killed another negro
at Taylor’s Mill in this county last Sat
urday mglit un ier the lolloui'ig ctrouni
stance* as related to us. The former
owtd 'he latter ten cents, ami after some
iispute over it, the money was banded
over across a fire place, the bill fell into
the Are and wag hurried. The one
-Limed the money paid, the otter
deuii-d it a quarrel ensued, whau tho
one to whom ‘be ur-mey wan due s’ruck
the other over the head with a piece of
board a> and killed hiiu. Let us have
peace. —Monroe Advertiser.
The new postal trea'y with England
was signed on the 2-L.h. England aban
dons double postage.
The fall Maek-rrl Fisheries is almost
a total fiilure. Distress appreheuded
The South Carolina Legislature met
on the 24th. N-> quorum in the Senate.
Tho advocates of the R-publio seem
to be gaming jr-i.und in Spain. Bare
lonia favors a Federal Republic.
i Tha eruption of Vesuvius seems to be
subsiding ands -a s fur the safety oi ad
jici-ul viilag"s have oeased.
O i Safnrd y last, in Athens, G»., Mr
Thomas fl Friarson wan shot iu tb*
'high by J. J. Km x, agent Freedman’*
Bureau of that city.
Bishop Beckwith, of the Piooese of
Georgia, bus become a permanent citi
zen of M icon.
Chief Jus'ice Cha-e is presiding in
the United 8-a'ee circuit court, now in
session at Richmond.
The ea*ly appearance of Morton and
Truii.hull in Washington, is taken by
the politicians as an indication of the
character of Grant’s constitutional tdvi
On the Ist of December, 1668, in Dvwson,
Ga.. by R.v. Thus. 7. Christian, Mr. J. J. GUI
and lira. Permelia A. Daniels, all of this city.
Furlow Ledge, I'D. 124, F. \. M.h
BoUtoid, Surnier Cos., Gh., V
Nor 9th, 1808 )
Wheresa. The solemn teachings of
the Holy Writ has again been forced on
our memory, “ihat, man who is horn of
a woman is f few days and full of trou
ble j” in that we are caused to deplose
the great loss "f our estc med aud be
loved Brother, Isaac W. K ndrick
That, in his death, our belored Order
has lost an exemplary member a prom
ising light, aud his family a kind and
affectionate bu-b:>nd and father. But
let us bear in mind and m ver forget,
that He who caused this bereavement is
a jus. G and, aud worketh all things after
the council of Ills own Will. It is His
pleasure that we should be thus de
prived ; then let U“, so far as the de
pravity of human nu'ure will perun l ,
exclsiui: “Thy will he dnn».”
While we drop the sympathetic fear,
may We not console our-elves with the
i ope, that our loss is bis eternal gain,
and to the surviving brethren of this
Lodge, it should be a timely admoni
tion, to prepare for that change, which
awaits uu all, for verily, “in life we arc
in the midei of dea h.” Our be I ved
brother departed this life October 7th,
1868. Aged 2t years. May the clos
ing of this youthful career solemnly im
press upon us the cert mty of death.
Therefore, B solved, That in the
death of brother Isaac W Kendrick,
Furl >w Lodge has lost an excellent mem
b< r, and the c mmuuity at large a use
ful ci'iz u.
Unsolved, 2nd That wi truly and
sine rely sympathise with the family of
our deceased Brother, in this their sad
affliction and great 10-s.
Resolved, 3rd. That in token of our
respeot and esteem for our deceased
Brother, that we will war the usual
badge of mourning foe thirty days, avd
that the Jewels and L’dgc furniture be
draped in mourning tor the same length
4<h. That there be a suitable page
left in our own record hook, to record
this preamble aud resolutions, and that
a cony be furnished the Diwsou “Jour
nal” for publication, wi b a request that
he Bumter “R publican” copy. And
that the family of our deceascu Brother
be furui-t.ed wi'h a copy,
Ji>BKP!I Thomas, A
M m. lloi, Mrs, > Committee
A. J. I’uKsnf.y. J
Row Near Covington. —From a
s e itlriti*’, wrio his just returned from
Newton oounty, we learn that serious
r -w occurred near (JoviugtoD, ou Tuns
last. From our iuformaut, wo gather
I H -tins that a crowd of negroes, armed
were, prowling around the country,
stealing, when tie presiding Judge,
Green, ordered tin ir arrest The Sher
iff and two nr three others, went after
thorn, when his party was attacked by
the negroes, and the BtififTs fund split
open With an axesiu tuo bauds of a
negro The negro was instantly killed
and tho Sheriff and hi* party compelled
to ruD. Tho Judge ordered the Sher
iff to sumrn- na posse and go alter them,
and yesterday he rueo.-eded iu arresting
quiic a number of these de pi radoes.
As court is Dow in session, we trust
the guilty parties may have a trial, and
get the lull beuilit of the law. Griffin
B tat 27 th.
Judge Southerland ha« placed the Era
Railroad in the hands of Ex Judge Da
vis, as receiver.
B Rives Pollard, editor of the South
ern Opinion, was shot and killed while
pa-sing near bis offi.se on the morning
of the 24>h inat., by James Grant.
Query for the Lyceum—Does a mil
ler ever grind bis teeth?
Those who are fixing their eyes up
ward in mock devotion should remem
ber that people do not go to bvavco by
It. is with life as with coffee—be who
would have it pleasant must not drain
it to the dregs
Wealth brings car* and apprehension.
Nothing in the world, savs a wise saw,
is so much afruid as a million of dollars.
Why is a gent treading on i> ladie’s
dreis like a hunter ? Why he’s on the
trail of a dear.
A deha'ing society had under erttt
aidera’ion the question, “Is it wrong to
cheat a lawyer ?” The decision arrived
at was, “No ; but impossible.”
Swiss, Nttneook J ck net, and
checked Muslin*, with trimmings, at
S M. Siesel & Bro’s.
Avery lar K e#tocg of Ladies’ Dress
good* and Gentlemen’s piece goods, at
8. M. Siesel & Brii’*.
Plenty of ready-made do’htng; shoe*
and boots always on hand, at
8. M Siesel & Bro’s.
60 pieces fine, cheap b'eechit.g at
8. M. Siesel & Bro’s.
The largest stock of notions ever
brought to Dawson, at
8. M Siesel & Bro’s.
100 pieces priDts from 10 to 15 cents,
at 8. M. Siesel & Bro’s.
A large stock of Crockery and Glass
ware at 8. M. Siesel & Bro’».
100 doz Ladies' and Gentlemen’s
hose, cheap, ut 8, M Siesel & Bro’a.
DAMSO.V AIAUIiET UK POUT
C KIlfcCTf.D WEEKLY BY
GROCER 110 COMMI-SIOS UIRCHAST.
Stt.t >. It, 1.30
GUOtEUIES & PROVISIONS.
/t./CO.V—Clear side* (smoked) 20(3121
Clear ribbed sides (smoked) 19@2n
Hams (plain,) @22
Canvassed bams, (sugar cured) @25
tOl'A'fJlJ—Prime Kio, @33
G sod Kio, @3O
Ordinary Rio, @2B
S f'G./W- (According to grade) 18@20
TE-I— Black, @1.50
Young Hyson, I.6t‘@2.i 0
EEOEH— Superlfne, @6.60
Family, 7@7 60
f'l.>ill— Afickeral hf. bl*. 12 3 (ln@l2
Mackeiel io Ki's, 4.5(1
Whitefi»b p< r !b. 12£@15
MI fJ tTE It Goohsn, @6tt
VIIIV K EJTS— 16(325
« EE* H '-IX 20@30
S-IEE Liverpool, a5.26
it'IIISHMC I*— Com. Rye, S oo„4 on
Corn, 2.60a8 (>0
Fine Wili-key, a4.65
TO ti.lC CO— Common, 60.75
Fme, I.ooa l.fio
W/f.Jl.V—Com (western) al 00
Com (country) al.i'O
.ffll.fl,- al .36
Bugging, Hope , flf Ties.
Bagging, Gonnt— 28*301
DARDEN has applied for ez
-J enip'ion ol personalty, and setting apart
and valuation of Homestead, and 1 will p«B
upon the Fame at 10 o'clock, a. m., on the
7th dav ol December, 18*8
not 262 w T. M JONES, Ord’y.
A | ARTIIA L. RAMSEY, wife of John
IvL li.msey, has applied for exemption of
peieoualty, and setting apart and Valuation of
Homestead, and I will paaa npon the same at
2 n clock, p. m., on the 7th dav of December,
1868, at inv office in Dawson, Ga.
nov2*S— 2w T. M. JONES, Otd’y.
1 THANKFUL to my patrons %nd friends for
their very liberal favors heretofore. I
B’illh *ld forth at the same place, and assure
every one shat. I shall strive as I always have
done to give satisfaction. Those who have
Watches, Clocks, Music Boxes, Ac., on hand
must remember that I need the money, and
when they delay they make me go iu debt
for provisions or do wi'hout. I will wait on
all such thirty days more, and then I shall
have to sell for repairs.
JOHN P. ALLEX.
Dawson, Ga., Nov. 19th, 18H8 —lm
Something for A!!.
SF.ND * red Sump and fifty cents, with
vour name, and receive by re’urn mail, a
'S' encil Plate ft»r markit g Clothing, Broke,
£e. Buttle of fndetibrie ink, Brnrh and it«
atruetioni fttt’ with each pNtc. Address
J. S. ANTHONY, Cuthbert, Ga.
HAVE ALWAYS OTS T IItAISTD
FJLOUK, of ail Grades ,
GRITS, II 11*1 A*,
SHORTS , and COW-FEED.
ALSO, THE FAMOUS
r l' , o OCR PATTONS, and all others we would say that we are manufaruring our Fiou'
X from the bem quality ot Wheat, and that all tiie Flour we a.II is fresh. We make all
gtades, aud have Floor as low as the lowest and at good aa the best. Our motto is,
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE,
And guarantee sitMac’ion in all capes. All Floor aold hv na ia guaranteed to please, o*
moi ey refunded. To all deal r«», and ihe balance oi mankind, we would say, try us, aud wt
feel assured that you will call again.
15I.EDSOE & CO.
”s. T. CO EE MAN’S
MU 11 SITU Stfffi
IS NOW KI ADY!
ANY ONE WHO HAS NOT GIVEN US A CALL, WILL BE
AT THE MAGNITUDE AND VARIETY OP THIS BTOCK.
We tue ful'y pr-par and for any rush that may be made, either by the wholesale
or retail trade, us nur house w Shed fiom top to bottom.
TII2 JCZ 1311'ia or GOODS
BEING A NEW FEATUR IN OUR WE CALL TUE
ESPECIAL ATI KM ION OF WHOLESALE BUYERS
In returning our thanks to our large circle of friend* and < ustomers for liberal
patronage, wo b.-g to assure them tnut we txpect to continue our buisinesa as
we begun it—u|k>o a
FAIR AND SQUARE BASIS,
And do not intend or expect to lie unde *.>ld; and by Heating customers well,
we expect, uot only to v,n iftior favor, but to secure thier influence wherever
we invite the publiek to call and see what we have, and hope we may be able
to make u good impression upon every visitor.
octs-lm. Second St., Triangular Block, Next to National Bank.
SI M MON S’
Life-Giving Medicine of the Day,
IT relieves all diseases of the Liver, it renovates
the entire System, and scuds ucw bloou
bounding through every Vein.
A sparkling brightness to the Eye,
A glow to tin* (.’heck,
A clearness to the Head,
A brightness to the Complexion,
Buoyancy to the spirits.
And Happiness on all sides.
It is a household Treasure lor every Family.—
Only $1 a package. Sold by ail Druggists.
Prepared only by J.H.Z-iLifi&CO,
Druggists, Macon, Ga.
In regard to the virtue of your Simmon«"l.iv
er Regulator, not only can 1 t-|M‘;tk tor myaelf but
nltto lor my wile, aim was .o badly allecicd with
Torpid Liver and Indigestion t hut I cent her to
Enrope for the change of climate and lor medical
advice; but nothing seemed to do her any , owl, at
last some of her 1 rienda advised her to try Sim
mons’ I iver /regulator, and she has been restored
to perfect health. I also have softer,*d severely
from the disease aud been made a well man.
.»•. iia.t ' *» .J.» f» L‘» -
No. 80 Mulberry at., Slueoa, (/CO.
THE CHEAT HI Rk COM I* LET E !
Yul. IV of Victor'* HMcrry (C'i«il, Political
and il’titaiy) of the Southern licbelhon
is now ready.
fpillS completes this great National work.
I It is, by far, the most exhaustive ami
satisfactory of all the narratives of -he late
Civil War. I' has the endowment of numer
ous Governors, Members of Congress, Emi -
nent Officers and Civilians. It i‘, in fact, the
only history of the War worthy of the name.
Sold by Ageots; or sent, by F.spress to any
address on receipt of price, viz: In Muslin
binding, |3,26 per volume. Iu Leather,
#4.00 per Volume. Address
WM. 11. GIFFING, Uen'l Ag’t.,
13 So'ibre Street, New York.
agents, ta Est Notice i tmb
great work ben g complete will now com
mind a lartre circulation. Good Canvassers,
male or female, can readily reabze slo per
day in taking names for i>. V. ry liberal
eommisaions allowed and exclusive territory
given. For Circular of particulars addreswas
may2Btf JAS. P. TORUIiY, I’otslishi r
«. F. & H. E. OI.IVIiK,
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Iren Pipe,
Steam Fittings Ac., wholesale Manufacturers
of Tin Ware. 42 and 44 Third Street,
Macon, : : : Georgia.
L. P. STRONG & SON,
Wholesale A Retail Dealer in
Second SI. MACOS, Ga.
Ooun'rv Merchants supplied at New York
Mahkf.t Pricks- nov 6 3m
TYhaltsale A Retail Dealer in
BOOTS & SHOES,
SI. ITS E TBt .VKSt
85 CherrFStreet, Macon, Ga.
Meicbanla suppli-d at New
Y'ctk Market I’iices. novs;3in
Monilis after date application will be
made to the Cou»t of Ordinary rs Ter*
rell for leave to t*ell the lands belong
trig to >he estate of Sarah Ford, late of said
oct22.m* CHARLES FORD, Adro’r.
\ desireable Ho»if»e and lot within two hnn
/l dr« and ydr(F* of the bunfnee* portion of the
city. 6n the at mv
W. 3d. TEEFLES.
Slei*n bergi II ro s
ini t cm hois
IS NOW READY f
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOOES
NEXT DOOR TO M. 11. BALDWIN, DAWSON, GEO’
Y\ 7 E »re nuw receiving the largnst and beet »eleeeti'd stock of Full and Winter
▼ v GfMKtsevpr brought, to thiri market, con-ivinc ot evprv variety of
E-HUES' It HESS GOODS, /* It GETS, IIEE-lEIMEO and
uiioiw'jr nojnesTMVs, stuieeu una
„ EMBROJ UJhliY, LACES,
n > s cry, IXaudkercbiefs, Gloves, ShawU, Clonks nnd u«ujl)y k« pt in a JrIRST
CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISUMEST.
Tlie Gentlemen’s Department.
I* compietp with Cl-nh, C-aimere* and Vestings, Furnishing Goods, Ucady-Hlade
Clotllillg. Hats, Caps, Boo's and Shops, and every article necessary tor a genteel outfit.
We make a speciality of this line of our bu-iness, and cannot be picelled in qnaniiti quality
or price. Cltli US A CALL ULFOUL VOL BUY LLSEWHEBE.
EAIFORIF.fi OF MIT *IA'D RE.IFTFI
Favorite Resort of the Fashionable and Lovely!
J)AWm, .... GKOKOIA.
VRE NOW PREPARED TO FGRNKU THE MOST BEAUTIFUL Photograph*,
AmhrolyiM’s Uelaiiiotype*, Ivui) type., Peatll)p«-s, Icrreo
ij pt‘9, I’oreelaiU, or any other kind of Types, ol all sizes and desenpaioua.
Rv which the likeness of the same person appears twice in the same, in the most ioconceivs
bly different positions.
In nue sympithy with the many il's to which frail humanity is heir, they hare for a long,
time been endeavoring to ascertain some process hy which beaOtiftil pictures Can be taken
trom iuferior subjects. They have at last made this, and are now permitted lo rejoice ia
heralding the glad news to all who are the least uncomely in form or feature, that they ar*
prepared to take for them the most beautiful and flattering pictures, at the same time pr*.
■irving a correct likeness.
Pii'lnrev copied to Miniature or Portrait size, by 6uch a skill combination a*
to lender them even more natural than life itself.
dUWe are also prepared to paint I.ife-sizc Portrait*, in Oil, Pastel or Water
Colors. Let all come and oee our Specimens.
HOOTMI St nnonw. Photographers.
novs;lm Over J E Loylcss’ store, Dawson, Ga.
JOHNSON, CAMPBELL St. CO .
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
Corner Eonrth and IPoplar Streets*
MACON, : : GEORGIA,
Have m Btore and are daily receiving large shipments of the
Mowing €*oods 9
which they are selling at the
lOWEST POSSIBLE IIGUKES.
60 Hhds C R Bason Sides
hO “ “ Shoulder*,
G Tierces Bargraas Hams,
100 Bb’s Stnsrf’s C Sugar
50 do A do
10 do Powdered do
20 do Oru-hod do
10 do Cut Eoaf do
10 do Grauulated do
100 Bags Ilio Coffee, all grades,
10 “ Did Government Java.
100 Roils Patched Gunny Cloth
10 Bales Heavy “ G
20 “ Twine
30 000 lbs Arrow Ties
5,000 “ Whaley w
160 Sacks Liverpool Salt
80 “ Virgiuia “
10 Bbls Bay No. 1 Mackerel
20 Half hbls Bay No. 1 Mackerel
20 BHls Shire No 1 Mackerel
30 Half bbls Shore No. 1 Mackerel
20 Bbls Blue Fish
50 Half bhl" Blae Fish
50 Boxes Herring
10 “ Codfish,
50 Boxes Cafcdy, Plain and Fancy/
Pecan Nuts* Almonds
20 boxes Cheese,
10 “ Soda Crackers
1C “ Riicar do
10 “ Butter do
10 “ Desert do
10 “ Lemon do
70 kegs Butter
20 barrel* Irish Potatoes
-10 “ Ooioua
7 0 tj,, rce# Bieo
si j boxes No. 1 Soap
50 “ Erasive Soap
100 « Olive do
25 “ Fty’s No. 1 Soajf
50 11 Bt ; ,r Cvndles
10 “ Pair.fiue Candles
5 barrels Kerosene Oil,
100 half barr' is Molasses
15 barri Is Fine Syrup
100 eases L quors, all grades
300 half sacks Superfine Flouf
250 “ “ Family “
Cotton Plant Bitters
Gibson’s Cabinet in btl*
G'Lson’s Monongahali \\ hiskey ia
Tennessee Whiskey ‘ IQ barrels
Uid V\ ir“^ e g ( er aud Shenandale
Whit hey, in barrels
Fine Old Brandies and Gins
Scnppernocg Wine, novS-T*