COURT CALENDAR FOR 1857.
Revised ,l>y the Southern Recerder.
Ist Monday, Fiord
8d Monday, Clark
3d Monday, Forsyth
Ist Monday, Chattooga
2d Mondag, Cass
•2d Monday, Cobb
4th Monday, Campbell
Ist Monday, Carroll
Tuesday after, Pike
Wednesday after, Rabun
2d Monday, Habersham
3d Monday, Franklin
4th Monday, Catoosa
Thursday after, Telfair
Friday after, Bulloch
Monday after, Effingham
do do Appling
Monday after) Cnff
Ist Mouday, Berrien
2d Monday, Baker
3d Monday. Burke
4th Monday, Calhoun
Thursday after, Mclntosh
Monday after, Dougherty
do do Liberty
I Last Monday, Charlton
I do do Colquiit
Mon. after Liberty Bryan
Ist Monday, Butts
I Friday after, Wayne
2d Monday, Glynn
Sd Monday, Lowndes
,4th Monday, Clinch
J AH VARY.
Mon sty, Ch |at lm
... Unn , a „ PLlt
lit Monday, Claik
Id Monday, Forsyth
it A RCn.
2d Monday, Cass
hnrsday I y| onlg „ raer y
1 lel ” ’
8(1 Monday, Cobb
Si 1 *
Al KtJj ’
st Monday, Camden
sab5 ab , un
Sfn f „
Friday after, Wayne
2d Monday, Glynn
8d Monday, Franklin
Thursday after .Telfair
Monday after, Appling
Monday after, ! c tfee
Ist Monday, Berrien
2d Monday, Baker
8d Monday, Burke
Mcnday after, Hongherty
Last Monday, Colquitt
Ist Monday, Butts
8d Monday, Lowndes
Monday after. Ware
GUO. S. OBU!iR, Chief Engineer.
H. M. NORTH, Assistant.
PROTECTION FIRE COMPANY, NO. 1.
Frank S. Bloom, Foreman.
R Boggs, Assistant Foreman.
E. J. Btow, Treasurer.
Groror A. Durr, Secretary.
A. McQurkn. Engineer.
A. Pattrrson, Foreman Hose.
Gro. Smith, Assistand Foreman Hose.
... .Regular Monthly Meeting on the Ist Tuesday of
each Month, at 8 o’clock, P. M.
Ocmulgee Fire Company, No. 2.
Hrmry N. Ells, Foreman.
R. 8. Frkrman, Assistant Foreman.
E. D. Williams, Secretary.
E. Isaacs, Treasurer.
J. H. Gillon, Engineer.
...Regular Monti' 1 meeting on the Ist Monday iu
• * •v month, st Q o’nififtlt, P Af,
■young America Fire ftomun", No. 3.
J. D. Vaxvalkknbdro, Foreman.
Chas. W. Ells, Assistant Foreman.
R. W Evans, Secretary A Treasurer.
William Groob, Recorder.
Jamrs Kkrnan, Foreman Hose.
Chas. Thompson, Assistant.
Regular Monthly Meeting on the Ist Tuesday in
every Month at 8 o’clock, P. M.
Kook •& Ladder Go. No. 1.
Albrrt G. Butts, Foreman,
J as. V. Grkkr, Ist Assistant Foreman.
Jas. Campbell, 2d “ “
Van Gbisbn, Secretary A Treas’r.
Regular Quarterly meetings last Saturday In Jan
uary, April, July and October, at 8 o’clock, P. M.
West’rn. & Atlantic (State) Railroad.
Atlanta to Chattanooga, 138 Miles, Fare sss.
JAMES M. SPULLOOK. Superintendent.
MORNING PASSKNORR TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, daily, at 9.00 A.M.
Arrives at Chattnnobera. at 5.30 P.M.
Leaves Chattanooga, daily, at 7.30 A .M.
Arrives at Atlanta, at 4.00 P.M.
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, nightly, at 9.00 P.M.
Arrives at Chattanooga, at 5.10 A.51.
Leaves Chattanooga, nightly, at 7.00 P.M.
Arrives at Atlanta, at 2.10 A.M.
PTThls Road connects, each way, with the Rome Branch
Railroad, at Kingston, the East Tennessee A Georgia Railroad,
at Dalton, and the Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad, at Chat
Atlanta & LaGrange Railroad.
Atlanta to Weal Point, 87 Miles, Fare 03.50.
GEORGE G. HULL, Superintendent.!
MORNING PABSKNQBR TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, dally, at 3.30 A.M.
Arrives at, West Point, at 8.45 A.M.
Leaves West Point, dally, at 3.00 A.M.
Arrives at Atlanta, at 8.00 A.M.
EVENING PASSENOeR TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, datly, at 4.45 P.M.
Arrives at West Point, at 10.00 P. M
Leaves West Point, nightly, at 12.15 P.M’
Arrives at Atlanta, at 6.34 P.M.
This Rood connects, each way, with the Montgomery A
Wart Point Rail Road.! 41
ilk dailij (lilmn.
Georgia Railroad & Banking Comp'y.
AUK list at Atlanta, 17 1 Miles. Fare $5.50.
GEORGE YOUNG E. Superintendent.
MORNING PABBKNGER TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, dally, at 8.45 A.M.
Arrives at Augusta, at 6*oo r.M.
Leaves Augusta, dally, at 6.00 A.M.
Arrives at Atlanta, dally, at 8.80 P.M.
KVRNING PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta, dally, at 6.00 l’.M.
Arrivesat Augusta, at 8.22 A.M.
Leaves Augusta, dally, at 6.00 P.M.
Arrives at Atlanta, at 8.00 A.M.
OF“This Road runs In connection with the Trains of the
South Carolina and Savannah A Augusta Rail*roads,at Au
MicoN TTt i t]TTT) .
Methodist Episcopal Churcii.
Rev. James E. Evans.
REV. W. F. COOK City Mission.
REV. W. A. SIMMONS Col’d. Mission.
James Williams, •••N. Baas,
P. Snlomnn Thai. Cater,
J. M. .Tones R. A. Smith.
TREAS’R & RECORDING STEWARD.—II. L. Jewett.
Asa Holt, Ch’ro Tho’ Hardeman.
A. R. Freeman limes Williams.
Dr. ...McDonald B. F. Boss.
T. A. Harris •• A. Wise.
nrs, rvlceon Rabl>ath, atlQ’4a. m., andTVp.m.
TW" Prayer Meeting every We’dnesdav night.
rr sc rvice at the Factory on Sabbath a. m.
Protestant Episcopal Church —Macon.
Rev. Henry K. Reese.
.Tames M. Greene, N. C. Munroe.
Jas. Rea, L. N. Whittle.
John B. Lamar Walter G. Hodgkins John L. Jones.
IWService on Sabbath at Tn>s in the morning
“ “ “ “ in the evening.
IST Evening Prayer Meeting every Friday.
Roman Catholic Ch -cK
Rev. James Hassan.
Pf Service on Sabbath Morning at. 7 and at 10K. also in t he
evening at 7 o’clock.
SHC* Week Days—Service at 7 •’clock, a. m.
The Baptist Church.
Rev. Sylvanus Landrum.
Jackson DeLoache Dr. Win. S. Lightfoot,
Thos. A. Ellis Geo. S. Obear Thos. .1. Else,
Jonathan Collins, D. Win. Ellis, (Oglethorpe.)
Robert Findlay, Ch’m Tackson DeLoache,
Geo. S. Obear, Thos. J. Else, Dr. W. S. Lightfoot.
TREASURER Tackson DeLoache,
CLERK.—George S. Obear.
Divine Service each Lord’s Day at 10X a. m., and
Lecture and Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night, j
Communion—lst. Sabbath in each month, in the after
VfT Conference Meeting on Friday night before the Ist Sun
day in each mouth.
Presbyterian Church at Macon.
Rev. Robort L. Brock.
E. A. Nisbet John -T. Gresham,
Washington Poe, Edwin Graves Robert Carver.
Edward D. Trac Tos. E. Wells.
Chas. Campbell J. E. Wells,
Edwin Graves, Tas. A. Nisbet, I.O.Plant.
S3T*Service on Sabbath at 10 in the morning,
“ “ “ “ 4 In the afternoon.
“ “ “ “ }4 before Bin the evening.
Lecture every Wednesday.
recession of the Church meets at the Pastor’s House on
the Ist Mondav night, of each month.
.TAMES BUCHANAN, of Pennsylvania, President.
JNO. O. BRECKENRIDGE. of Kentucky, Vice-President.
Lewis Cass, of Michigan, Secretary of State.
Howell Cobb, of Georgia. Secretary of the Treasur".
Jacob Thompson, of Miss., Secretary of tlie Interior.
John B. Floyd, of Va., Secretary of War.
Isaac Towcsy. oi Conn. Secretary of the Navy.
Aaron V. Brown. ofTenn., Postmaster-General.
Jeremiah S Black, of Pa.. Attorney General.
Roger B Taney, Baltimore, Md., Chief Justice, appointed
John McLean, Cincinnati, Ohio, Associate Justice, appoint
ed In 1829—Salary *4.500.
James M Wayne. Savannah, Ga., Associate Justice, appoint
ed 1839—Salary *4.500.
John A Camnbell. Mobile, Ala., Associate Justice, appoint
ed 1852—Salary *4.500.
Jno. Catron. Nashville. Tenn., Associate Justice, appointed.
Peter V. Daniel. Richmond, Va., Assodate Justice, appoint
Samuel Nelson. Cooperatown, New Assodate Justice-,
appointed 1845—Salary *4.500.
Beniamin R Curtis, Boston, Maas., Assodate Justice, ap
pointed 1851—Salary *4.500.
Robert C Grier. Pittsburgh, Pa., Assodate Justice, appoint
ed 1846—Salary *4.500.
Beni. O Howard, Baltimore, Md., Reporter, appointed 1848
The Supreme Court. Is held In the City of Washington, and
has one session annually, commencing on the first Monday In
STATE OF GEORGTA.
FH V JOHNSON Governor.
Wm. Steele, Secretary Executive, Dep’t’mt.
B. B. DeOraffenreid “
LudlllusH. Briscoe “
John T Pol hill Messenger.
E. P. Watkins, Secretary of State.
John B. Trippe Treasurer.
Peterson Thweatt, Comptroller-General.
ames A. Oro,en Surveyor General.
John F. Condon State Librarian.
David .T Rllev President of the Senate.
Peyton H Colqulitt, Secretary of the Senate.
Wm. H. Stiles Speaker of the House of Rep.
Alex. M. Spear Clerk of the House of Rep.
Wm. Turk Prin. Keeper of Penitentiary
Reniah S. Carswell Ass’t. “
H. J. G. Williams Inspector of “
Wm. A. Will! ams, Book -keeper “
Dr. Tomlinson Fort Phvslcian.
Dr. T. F. Greene, Sup. and Res. Phy. Lunatic Asylum.
Dr. T. Fort, B. P. Stubbs and Dr E. L. Strohecker, Trus-
Judiciary Court for the Correction of Errors.
Joseph 11. Lumpkin, Judge. Term Expires 1857.
Charles J. McDonald, Judge. “ “ 1862. I
Henry 7j. Benning, Judge “ “ 1869.
B. Y. Martin, Repot ter.
R. E. Martin, Clerk.
First District Composed of the Eastern and Middle Judi-
Circuits, at Savannah, on the second Monday in January,
md the second Monday in June, In each year.
Second District.—Composed of the Macon, South-Western,
and Chattahoochee * Judicial Circuits, Macon, and the. 4th
MACON, GA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1557.
Monday in January, and third Monday in Jane in each year.
Third District —Composed of the. Flip*. Coweta, Blue
itulge ami Cherokee Judicial Circuits, at AUar.ton the 4th
Monday in March and 2d Monday in Augmteach war.
Fourth District. —Composed of the Western and Northern
Judicial Circuits, at Athens, on the fourth Monday In May
and fourth Mouday In November in eoclfjbar.
Fifth District. —Composed of the Ocmd gec and Southern
Judicial Circuits, at MUledgoville, on tlu- 2d Monday in May
and November in each year.
•Note.—The Pataula Circuit is attach®! to 5.1 Supreme
Court District ; Brunswick to the Ist ; Tail • and.
Judges and Solicitor*,
Blue Ridge Circuit.— l. •..
lips. Solicitor General.
Brunswick Circuit. Arthur K. <’<"!►.. Judgr, Wm. IT.
Dasher, Solicitor General.
Chattahoochee Circuit.— E II Worrell, Judge, Tiaddcus
Oliver, Solicitor General.
Cherokee Circuit. —T II Trippe, JudgeftJas C Lougstreet,
Coweta Circuit —O A Bull, Judge, L E Bleckluflfcolidtor
Eastern Circuit.—W B Fleming, Judge, fuller), Cartridge,
Flint Circuit.— E G Cabannis, Judge, .Times K Lyons,
Macon Circuit.— Abner P Powers, Judged Theodo W
Montfort, Solicitor General.
Middle Circuit.— W W Holt, Judge, W R McLaw*, Solici
Ocmulgr Circuit.— R V Hardeman, Judge, W A Lofton,
Phloula Circuit.— David J Kiddo, Judge, David B Harrell,
Southern Circuit.— Peter E Love, Judge, E T Sheftall,
S. Western Circuit —Alex. A Allen, J)idge, .J W Evans,
Tallapoosa Circuit.— Dennis F Hammond, Jidge, Herbert
Fielder, Solicitor General.
Western Circuit.-,J as Jackson, Judge, S 1* Thurmond, So
Brunswick Circuit —Appling, Charlton, Coffee, Ware, (’am
den. Clinch, Glynn, Wayne.
Pataula Circuit —Clay, Chattahoochee, Webster, Early,
Toll,poem Circuit —Carroll, Coweta, Haralson, Campbell,
Floyd, Hoard, Polk.
Northern CirCKfl-Madlson, Elbert, Uncoil-. Hancock. Hart,
Oglethorpe, Taliaferro, Warren, Wilkes.
Rietern Circuit —Bryan, Bulloch, Effingham, Chatham,
Liberty, Vfdntesh, Montgomery, Tattnal.
Sli.lJlr Circuit —Burke, Columbia, Emanuel, .Jotiemon,
Richmond, Scriven, Washington.
Western Circuit —Clarke, Franklin, Gwinnett, Habersham
Hall, Jackson,-Rabun, Walton.
Ocmulgee CTrc,iit.-Baldwin, Greene, Jasper, .Tone*, Mor
gan, Putnam, Wilkinson.
Southern Cirarft.—Berrien, Colquitt, Laurens, Lowndes.
Miller, Irwin, Pulaski, Telfair. Thomas.
Flint Circuit —Butts, Henry, Monroe, Newton, Pike, Seal
Cherokee Circuit—Case, Catoosa Chattooga Hade. (Jordon,
Murray, Whitfield, Walker.
C'meta Circuit— Fayette, Julton, DeKalb, Merriwjher.
South- Wretern Circuit— Calhoun, Baker, Decntnr, Dough
erlv. Lee Sumter, Terrell.
Chattahoochee Circuit.— Harris, Marlon, Mustaweo. Tehi.it
MiconCirfntit —Bibb, Crawford, Dooly, Houston, Macon.
Twiggs, W orth.
S’ue Hidgr Circuit—i'hcrnkoo. Cobh. Fannin, Forsvth.
Hllmer. Lumpkin, Paulding. Pickens. Fnion. Towns.
OFFICERS OF CITY COURT.
HON. CLIFFORD ANDERSON Judge.
WM. L. A. ELLIS, ESQ Solicitor
RICHARD cr.Rl>, ESQ
JOHN RILEY Marshal
Regular Sessions—3d Monday in February, Mav, Ai
glet and November.
/'i/Y Rolls of Wall Paper, of new and elegant Style*
•MMj just received and for sale low Also F>r*
Board Prints and cheap Window Blinds, plain and fig
ured. Side Light Papers of varionspatterns Call and
examine. J. J. k S. P. RICHARDS
THE Firm of CAR If A KT A % V was Ab
solved on the Ist January 1867, by mutual consent
Either of the Partners are authorized to settle up the
old business of the concern. All indebted, will pleas*-
call and settle at an early date, ns it is desirable to close
it up immediately.
W. H. BRAY
jan3l—tf W. D. CART! ART.
T\ all its purity, sparkling and perfectly cold. All Syrups
manufactured by the undersigned nut of the pure juice of
he several fruits—and not composed out of worthless esse no .
may be found at. HENRY HORNE'S Confectionary.
AND other REFRESHMENTS, at
„ II HORNE S.
P. S. DREAM sent to families by the half gallon or more, if
ordered in time, and of the following assorted flavors: Ras
berry. Strawberry, Pine Apple, Vanilla, Lemon, Maras quiim
Sherbets. may 18—dtf
FALL AND WINTER
SAULBBURY k 00., are prepared to exhibit
J% their customers a very choice variety of entirely
new and most desirable styles of Fashionable Clothing,
for Fall and Winter, among which maybe found any ar
ticles suitable for a gentleman’s wardrobe—wrll madi*
goods BXOLrrBiVBLT. They have also an assortment of
Cloths, Cassini ores and Votings,
of styles entirely new, which they can makelto order, In
the best manner, and the shortest notice.
rw- In boys’ and childrens’ clothing, they can off.-r
something very desirable.
Macon and Western Rail Road,
ON \\D AFTRR, MONDAY. JUIVE IGth.thePas
senger Trains of this Road will he run as follows :
Leave Macon at 2.55 p. m. arrive at Atlanta at 8 o’clock, p.
m. Leave Atlanta, at 5.15 a. m. arrive at Macon at 10.55 a.
Passengers leaving Chattanooga and points on the Westerd
A Atlantic Road by the night Train, will arrive in Macon, 10
55 a. m., and in Savannah same evening.
Passengers from Savannah and points on Central Road by
morning Train, will arrive in Atlanta same evening and con
nect immediately with Train of the Western & Atlantic Road
for Chattanooga and Nashville.
Passengers for Columbus, Amerlcus, and points on the
South-Western Road wilt arrive in Macon at 10.30 a. m.,and
leave by South-Western Train at. 8 p. m.
Passengers from the South-Western, Road will arrive in
Macon at 11 a.m.. ard leave by Macon A Western Train, at 3
EMERSON FOOTE. Superintendent
LAN TEH HOUSE
LOGAN & MEARA, Proprietors.
Tfl PROPRIETORS of this well known es- i
tabllahmcnt, respectfully give notice that they
are st.li candidates for the patronage of the Travel- RRni
ling public, and determined to omit nothing to de- ■Rill 1
serve well ofthelr guests and maintain the reputation 5338 —A
Os Passengers and Baggage, to and from the House, by a fine
I new Omnibus andß aggage wagon, which they have provided
I for that purpose. Passengers will hereafter be at no expense
’ whatever for transportation of thom-Hves and their baggage
either way between the Lanier House, and the Railway Sta
tions in Macon. We oak a continuance of public patronage
and promise attention and comfort to our guests.
nprilS d—ly * MEARA^
CIHANDALIEES, PENDANTS anil BRACKETS of all
Myl.H, Just received and for sale by
julyll—tf H. F. RODS A 00.
PROFISSMAL p fIISISESS.SMDS
HUNTER & ELLIS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Qffick on Cherry St. opposite the Gkokgia Trlkokaph
Will practice in Bibb, Monroe,Crawford,Twiggs, Hous
ton, Macon, Dooly and Worth counties.
To be found in their Office at all hours. , Afrf
I HR. H. A. MUTT,AUER,
HAVING spent a portion of three successive years in
this city, during which time he Ims limited his
practice almost exclusively to Surgery, now respectfully
offers his services to the citizens of Macon and surround
ing country, in all the branches of bis profession. Office
on the South East Corner of 3d and Cherry streets, over
Mr. Asher Ayres’ new Grocery Store.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER,
Over Geo. 7! Rovers tb Son, Got-. Third
and Cherry Streets, Macon, Ga.
LANIER & ANDERSON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WI) BOUNTY LAND \YI) PRYSIOY AGENTS !
Besides the regular business of their Profession they
have for years past been engaged in prosecutinr claims
for Bounty Land and Pension, In favor of soldiers, t heir
widows and minor children.
They have also obtained the correct forms and the
rules for obtaining Bounties under the Act of Congress
Dr. .T. S. Baxter,
OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of
Macon and vicinity. Office over B. A. WISE’S
TUNER AND REPAIRER
Os YIA3NTO FORTES,
IS Permanently located in Macon. may
beleftat Messrs. Virgin’s and at E. J. Johnston A Cos.
Opposite the Passenger Depot,
• b mt *bl • tj m •
K. F-. BROWN. Proprietor,
, '<cate •- i ly on the arrival of every Train.
•*i>rl.9 —ts ’ j,
REDOING §§ HOUSE.
MACON. ’ CSUORCarZA.
H. P REDDING. Proprietor.
Dr. I. B. Coming’s,
Offers his Professional Services as a
REFORM PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ZO the Citizens n f Macon. Office in the Medical Col
lege,on Mulberry Street.
Macon, March 28—Cm
L. W. WHITTLE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE next to Concert Hall, over Payne’s Drug Store.
American, Orcadian k European
\dvertising aEid Subscription
Vo. M3 Y4SU T STREKT,
(N*-xt door to the Nassau Bark,)
UP ST A IRS.) TVFWYOHK.
J. R. BAVIS,
Land Broker. Collector & General A?r*t.
Business attended to in any county in this State.
Office corner Jackson and Ellis Street, Augusta, Ga.
DR . A . PY E ,
Office over Ellis’s Drug- Store,
OPPOSITE “GEORGIA CITIZENV
fOHN LY©N, WILLIAM T. BLACK
LYON & BLACK,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Newton , Baker County, Ga.
WILL give prompt attention to ail business entrust
ed to their care, in the following counties:
Sumter, Clay, Randolph, Early, Decatur, Baker, Cal
- Dougherty aud Lee.
H>BT G. LAMAIt. j O. A. I.OCHHANB.
LAMAR A LOCHS AYR,
ATTORNEY S AT L AW,
MACON, G A .
OFFICE ON MULBERRY STREET.
Having associated themselves in the practice of Law,
they will diligently attend to all busiuess entrusted to
maylO—tf Telegraph and Mess. copy.
O. CAMPBELL. J. W. OAUT
CAMPBELL & GAUT,
PURCHASE. SALE. AND SHIPMENT
OF ALL KINDS OF
EAST TENNESSEE PRODUCE,
Buoh as Bacon, Lard,Butter, Flour, Wheat, Corn,
Oats, Fruit, etc. etc.
(Warehouse —At the River.)
ALL THE YOYLLTILS IN THE
D S 37 jMI 1’ 3VE 3*3 3ST T ,
IS now opening by C. H. BAIRD.
DR. C. J. ROOSEVELT,
OFEICE AND RESIDENCE
Corner of Walnut and Third Streets, Macon, Ga.
174N AM KI.LP'D, Brass and < ’omposltlon Kettles for ma
_iktug Preserves, all si/.es for sale ny
juneit—tf NATHAN WEED.
300,()()() FT for i r; r b) plsnk an " aca -‘'"'*
Concentrated Es<. Jamaica Ginger.
V 8 A FTi and reliable family remedy for all t*owel uffW
tlons, T>is;>e|isia, General Debility, ane the uialority of
summer dltcases prevalent in 1 his climate, prepared and sold
FITZGERALD k NOTTINGHAM.
While Lead, Zinc and Oil.
r an/l LIL". Pure WHITE LEAD.
• M"” r 8,000 lbs. French and American ZINC.
2,000 lbs. Blake's Fire J’roof Paint.
lOOgalls. LINSEED GIL. Also, an assortment of
Paint Brushes, just received and for sale by
GEO. T. ROGERS A SON.
Sugar and Coffee.
1"? lihds. Porto Rico Sugar,
• ) 145 bbls. A B A (’ ("landedSugar.
40 do Crushed, Powdered and Granulated Sugar,
120 sucks common to choice Rio Coffee,
60 do pure old Government Java do. for sale by
GKO. T ROGERS .V SON
BOOTS & SHOES.
’|THE undersigned takes this methud of returning his
K thanks to his friends and customers for the liberal
patronage bestowed upon him In the past, and begß the
continuance of that patronage, and be hopes, by keeping
a regular supply of Boots and Shoes of a
And attending strictly to his business, to merit a liberal
share of trade from hia friends and fellow citizens and
the country generally.
J. C. C. BURNETT, Agt.
Pole Leather, CalfPkln Lining, Binding, and Finding*
always on hand, for sale cheap.
,:M F. in
is NOW RECEIVING
Her SPRING &
>* I'OC‘K, consisting in part of SILK,
BAREGE and ORGANDY ROBES,
Beautiful LACE BASQUES and MAN
’ TLEB, Splendid Embroideries, Rib
bons, Flowers, Gloves, Bonnets, Head-Dresses, Silk Ho
siery, Dress Trimmings, &c., and respectfully solicits
the pntronage of the Ladies of Macon, and the sur
rounding countii s.
All orders promptly attended to.
rginE subscribers are prepared to make locations
f Land i.i all of the North-western States—lova,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Territories of Nebraska
and Kansas, and solicit consignment* of funds or war
rants. For terms apply to JNO. 11. LONOLEY,
JNO. B. DWINNELL,Lodi, Wisconsin
ISA ACS has the jdeasure to inform his friends
Am and the public at large that he has opened anew
Saloon under Ralston’s new
Concert Hail ,
Cherry St. Maeon On.
Where fie is prepared to furnish his guests, at short no
tice. and at all hours, ihe choicest refreshments of the
season, such as
Fresh New York Oysters,
Fresh Si Ml of every variety. Wild Game of al
kinds, also a supply of
f'RlTT—Forelsns and Ooniestlc,
such as Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Ac.., Ac.
Also, choice Wines, Brandie* and other refreshments.
Families will besupplied with Oyster and I'ru B *
Ci(*K, and other Dishes, at any hour.
Parties, Balls, Ac., will be promptly furnished with
Suppers, in elegant style,and at the shortest notice,
Soap, C andles. Starch. &e.
It k/1 boxes Colgate’s and other brands SOAP,
” “” “ HO do SjH-rmand Adamantine, (’ANDLES, #4, #A
80 do STARCH, Kimrsford and other brands,
45 do PICKLES, all sizes,
60 do assorted CANDIES,
65 do Ground Pepper, Spice and Ginger,
20 do Bird PenperSau.se,
50 do Soda and Sugar Crackers,
40 do Tobacco, all grades,
25 do Choice Lemon Syrup,
30 do Claret Wine,
35 do Fine Brandy,
50 do Madeira ana Port Wine, for sale by
G. T. ROGERS A SON.
LEWIS H. ANDREWS,
Book & Job Printer.
Corner Third nnd Cherry Streets,
Fit IvNrilnGerman and English Boohs
and Tract a, at
J. O. 0. BURNETT’S
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
W T IT,L le sold on the first Tuesday iu November next, by
TT virtue of the last will and testament of William Kilpat
rick. deceased, before the Court House door in Bibb county :
1189 acres of land lvingon Rocky Creek, about five miles from
Macon—about 500 acres in cultivat ion, the balance well tim
bered. There isaGrist and Saw Mill on the premises—agood
two storv framed dwelling, and good out buildings, with a fine
supply of pure spring waiter. With the Mills and plantation
will be -old the privilege of cutting timber on 400 aens of fine
land. The whole, well known aathe plantation and Mills of
Wm Kilpatrick, deceased.
TERMS.—One-half cash, and tne balance in 12 months.
WM. G. KILPATRICK, Executor
julylO—td of Wm. Kilpatrick, dec’d.
New Candy Factory,and
ORNAMENTEDCake,Hnd Plain,supplied to Families,
Weddings and Parties,according to order.
Candy by the Box, (assorted for Merchants.) of the best
quality, warranted, and at the lowest prices.
Orders for the aboveor for Drugs, Garden Seeds, Nuts
Fruits, Ac. promptly attended toby
J. H. A W 8. ELLIS,
dovß—tf Cherry Street, Macon, Gft.
Anderson & Son,
Lottery and Exchange Office,
HANING purchased the interest of J. F. WINTER, In the
alcove business, wo ask a continuance of patronage so 11b
orally extcndell to him. Exchange forsale on all the prlnclpa
Cities of the Union.
B Vf“ Uncurrent money bought and sold.
fW Gold forsale.
25™ D “’ iwT
r S 3 hr urulenUftned I. prepured toei.cute with prompt -
■ newt orders for Bpcon, L.rd, Wheat, Rye, O.ti,
Corn, Flour, or anyother Praducu of Middle Teunoue..
D. D. DICKBY,
No. 6 College t., Naah.llle, Tenn.
Oranges and Lemons.
Oil PCX Es ( )rangea and lemons received every w>ek and
+* l F for sale by GEO. T. ROGERS * SON.
FBHIE highest cash price w.l!
m v, ' n NQ NEGROES, k ‘ . t t ,
tlon hanu- W. R FlJlLLli'S
EH It CEMETERY.
•m ■ m m ■ m m je:
\\ T (M LD most reaped fully announce to the
“ 1 . iti/v of Mact in and its v lei nit v, that be
will undertake the GRADING.
FENCING, and keeping in order, lots In RoeHRiXT
I HH Cemetery. He will also undertake the ‘ Ifjlpry ‘
.Xloimiiient, anil ..
nnd any other work that does not interfere witii
the department. He has taken the Agency of Phll-
Mp* Marble Mannfactorv. established in New Haven Conn.,
and will be ready at all times to exhibit designs of Monuments
•<r other Marble Work that may be wanted,
111,104 “ ts A. BRYPTK.
AVLt>, Hills, KPOKt>, HIMS,
l~ -H\KTS, KIMH UU.I.HIII.KH,TIV>
KOI. IK. KX IMI 1.1.K11 1.1 ATHKII, EiuunollM ('lothw
varnish, Turpentine Japan. Drop Black, Ac. Ac.
rnav26 d— ts LITTI.K A SMITH.
KLUAH H. OAKHART. AABOft A. HOF.
CARHART & ROFfT
(FIXES, Liqi'ORS,^!^TOBACFO, SHEARS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Empoßinn of fashion!
MONB. M. LOH would respectfully notify his friends
and the public that he still keeps an Establish
ment at the old stand in the FLOYD HOUSE, for the
purpose of accommodating all customers In his line of
business. SB A VINO. IfAIR CUTTING J SHAM
POO INO executed In the best style of the art. Also
Warm, Cold and Bhwer BA TITS , at all times and sea
sons, ready at a moment’s warning, at the reduced rate
of 25 cts.
For sale numerous articles for the toilet ofGentlemen,
such as Razors, Shaving Soap, Hair Dye, Hair Oil, Prog
ler’s Hair Invigorator, Milk of Almonds, Bay Water
Hair and Tooth Brushes, Pomatums, Combs, Ac. Also
Gentlemeu’g Wigs and Toupees on hand or made to or
der, to suit all emergencies.
Entrance on 3d Street, 8 doors from the corner of
Floyd House Building.
P. S.—Knight A Go’s, celebrated HAIR RZORNE
RA TOR —the best preparation yet out for restoring the
hair to Its original color, and promoting its growth, kept
for sale. This article has been used by several gentle
men of this city, with entire satisfaction, and Jn be
recommended with confidence. M. LOH,
may 26 d—ly German Barber.
Harness, oak & hemlock sole leather.
Ilrldlp and Upper LEATHER, Sheep, Calf and Ll
nln* -Kl\S, PATENT SPLITS, AC.
raaySG d-ts LITTLE A SMITH.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS & CREDITORS
APL persons Indebted to the Estate of Alfred L. Boren,
luiv of Bibb eounty, deceased, are requested to call on the
subscriber and settle the same. Those having demands again s
na’il Estate will present them, duly attested In terms of the
law. J. O. BUTLER. Executor.
HIMIKFI) bushels Prime White Tennessee CORN
just received and for sale low by
Jnne2s d-ts G. T. ROGERS & SON.
DUTCH ANCHOR BOPTINO CLOTHS, different num
hers, just received and for sale cheap by
|une23—tf J. B. A W, A. ROSS.
iffli liHIH SADDLES. HARNKSS, LEATHER,
‘llilllllllP RFBFER BELTIKE,
O Saddlery Hardware,
At the stand of the late Wm. T. MIX A 00. Cotton
Avenue, Macon, Ga.
Little & Smith,
Saddles &c, Harness
Together with a general assortment of materials for Manu
GROCERIES FOR SOUTHERN FAMILIES.
THOMAS HOPE At CO.,
No. 182 Chambers Rtrbbt, New York,
Importers and dealers in all descriptions of Rare Old
Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines. Finest Old Brandies,
Superior Old Jamaica, St. Oroix and Antigua Rum, Oid
Holland Gin, A every variety of fine imported and do
<'liani|>arii<—> Max Sutaine, Moet A Ohandon
and Mumm’s Imperial, Cabinet and Venzenay, Held
; selck and other Brands.
: CJlarel and N nterne<lncluding Chateau
Margaux, Chateau Lafltte, LeovlUe, Larone, Margaux
* and St. Julien, Chateau and Hunt Sauternes.
Hock Wines—of Johannesberger, Marcobrun
ner, Rudeshelmer, Hockhelmer, Sparkling Hock and
v of all the choicest varieties, Elegantes, Re
galias, Conchas, Operas, Pressed and Communes,
t'oroig-n Fruitt-of all kinds, Raisins, Almonds,
Teas and Coftfees-all of the finest qualities.
Hams and Tonfrnes M BurUngton, Virginia A
Westphalia Hams, Smoked and Pickles, Tongues.
(tONhen Kultrr—in Firkins, Tubs and Stone
Forcigrn Pickbes—Sauces, Catsups, Sardines,
Preserves—East and West India and Domestio.—
And a full and general assortin’ ntof every variety of
BOOTS & SHOES.
KIBBEE & BALL
BEG leave to Inform their old friends and customers, that
. they are uow prepared with u larger and more complete
st ock of
Boots <sz> Shoes
Than ever; selected with care and taste, and offer greater in
ducements to the trade than anyother house In our line.
Call and see us at our old stand, 83 Murray St., corner of
Church. KIBBEE A BALL,
aug2B-d-ly. New York.
THE LONE STAR INFIRMARY.
One Mile South-west oj CuMeta, Oa.
THE subscriber has opened an Infirmary for the
treatment of Chronic diseases of every form.—
From eleven years ex erlence in the Reform Practice,
he hopes to give satisfaction In every curable case that
may be put under his care. Rheumatism and Dropsi
cal affections treated with nnp&ralelled success. Fe
males nursed by Mrs. Frazier, who is a Lady of inoral
worth and efficient character.
„ 8. J. AUSTIN, M. D.
References.—Hon. Joseph Bhaw, Stewart county, Ga
8. W. Parker, Oolquit, Ga.
White A Helms, Cusseta, Ga.
Jno. C. White, Mt. Andrew, Ala.
Maj. E. Dean, Rockyhead, Ala.
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