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I ) if" I r- MACON BGACCN. LOCAL AFFAIR3. TRA YliD. s From thfl J A Groor place, 1 mileloast of Shuuunlak, on ih uijfht of November 10th, A ninek Horae Ifliile, fi years old, medium, size, mark of trace, on right side. No, 1 snddlfi mulo, In (rood or der, lmir worked ou" behind ouch lore leg u,l,..w. tlm it-lh uni-kn. feet vm-v small. both fore hoofs cracked mid ono shows ib print of tlm crack slightly in the tra.k. Anr inl'orniMlioii of said niula will bp thank'fullv receive! by th' undersigned and till leii'til charges pmft. ALlIr.KT ANDERSON, nov20-3t , . Bhuqualak, Mies. O T 1 0 K TO T U K 1' A S S K II S All parsons arn forbidden to tresspass cu the luiuls.ATTuniiing Wuter, Dry Oeok nd ' Jywie swainp, east, of the Wuoon nrrsu rtquiilk roiul, Rnd belonging to us, as tmf penally of thji law will be strictly enforced on till such trespassers. W. M. CONNOR, P. H. BU11KOW, JAM. A. BLTKROW, A. C. GRAHAM, A. IS. GLASS, CJj. MASNUNGALE, O. 0. KIT.AND, rW-1y C. B. AMES. TICK T K E TO 8SPASSBH8, f e Hornby notify ail norsnn not tr irons- r .... . . rffts on tho thirteen eights oi land, cxicnu nir from tlin Camu Ground Ford down t(i the Gotvcr land. Tho penally of the law will be onforcuu on all -such trespassers. W W UOOLKY, SMITH HOLT, T T 8TOVALL. nov20-4t N U 11 S E K y 4 (i ft APE I have forjBale and roady for delivery, 15,000 well-rooted Vines, of tho fallowing varieties and pricos an- fixed : ' - CONCORD, $2 00 per doz. 10 00 por 100 HAHTFOBD PKOI.IPfC, $2 00 per dozen . $10 00 per 100 CLINTON, . -92 00 per d07.cn $10) par 100 IVES SEEDLING, $3 00 per dozen $lo 00 por 100 - NORTON'S VIRGINIA, . ' $2 00 per dozen $10 00 per 100 SCUPPERNONG, $2 00 per dozen $10 00 per 100 FLOWERS, f2 00 per dozen $10 00 per 100 Tho ubove varieties wero fruited tho present year and I find them to bo good. Also no excellent article of WINE for fale. All orders will bo promptly and careful ly filled, delivered nt. the olliee of Express Agent nt Mncon, with instructions. For further pnrticulnrs address j. v. VEmaxfi, rmv20 Porkinsville, Winston Co., Miss. A O EN T S WANTED, Eook Agent3 and Good Salesmen Aro "COINING MONET" with the fa mous T3IDA T)ES.CNSJ The French editioa cf which sells for $105, ii'id the London Edition for S200. Our i'npnhtr Edition (i-j.'iO), containing over ON B IIUNDIIED lull page i)iiarto plates, is the CUKAI'KST ASH MOST KI.KdANT I'1'Ht.I- i'ATion in Amkkica, and the BEST TO SELL. Critics vie with each other lit praising it, end tho musses )U!Y IT. From local agent in Sontbport, Conn i " In our village of eighty houses I have taken sixty-live orders i have rp.uvnsscd in hll about iwelve d:iys (in vilhcje iuid,e.''un i try), and have taken orders lor One Hun dred and Six Copies." FULL PARTICULARS FREE. Address BAM. 3. JUNXIN, Gen. Agent, 611 North 3d. St., Bt. Louis, Mo. M1 ti S E S THOMPSON FASHIONABLE MILLINERS AND DRESS MAKERS, Coluialms, 751mm.,' Main St., near tJie Hotel. Visitors to tlio city will do well to exam ine their stock of Hats. Ribbins, Plumes, Jet Jewelry &c nil selected from first-class establishments in the large cities. Wo have, ns a special ty, a new, original and fashionable set of Braiding and Embroidery Patterns, arranged with tho most exquisito taste, Hky Especial attention will be givon in titling and trimming to suit the complex ion and characteristics of their patrons. Their oxperionoo warrants them iu assu ring satisiacliou. nov20 WALKER CLAY- BLACKSMITH, BROOKSVILLF,, MISS., W'lTII.IJ do all work in his line entrusted V ? to him in the beet worknmn-likc and durable manner, and earnestly solicits a sharo i f public patronage. nov20-lvr ' Wfvt ( La ;i;f. Ens. Bfacoh : Sinc tho nirrcbantB iviul traihuH ijiuwl Um pledge not to I my com or cotton from puvtioH un til tiuv broujfht a line from tho land owner .that tltc.y had nettled with him, com can ntny in. the field from week io week without being nlohm. Many thanks are duo to, mid vo avo vmdor lniiny obligatiotiH to Uioho who help l 8 and we will help tlioiio who help l ft. These men hiuo H.'iuriticed their M U-roBt for our good; wo know how i apprcciiito a man whoso prkioiplo J rou'-niinntes over ink-rest. An funnei M, if we stand united and ill not runt to or employ those pcr i oiw who are notoiioiuily tliicvisli or ( angerous (a few in each neighbor- ood) we may raise bo'S anil have ur incut hoiiHCH tJiis side of St,. Lou iw.. Then, wo will bo independent. Many 1'lamtkks. At vory low figures. This instru mem is in guod order. Enquire at tli ' Rook siore of W. I''. I''crris or I I this ollleo. Mrs. L-Uuir A. DuiV, wil'u of Mr A. o fjotv, departed this lifu Novnmbur lllb fter short Hud painful illuoui, at the residence of her father, Eugene Forris. Esq., wliosfi youngest daughlur she was, Bhe leaves many grief-stricken l'riui.Ja to mourn her loss. Obituary next week. , m ii MARRIED. AtCooItviio, Nov. IOth, nt the residence ot XI rs Noil by Rov. E. K. Hnmipon, Mr S. B. Rnnomw and Miss Ida Suu, all of Cooksville. At the residence of G. N. Ladd, Nov. 4th, by Rev. K. K. Hamilton, Mr. Joshua Maulwn to Miss Sai.lib Ladd, all or this County. At Doerbrook, on tho lO'.h inst., by Rov. Mr. Nortslig r. Mr. N. O. Morgan and Miss E. Haiuub. List of unclaimed letters remain ing in the Post Ofllco for the weeks ending Nov. 6tb, 13tli and 20th, GENTLEMEN. Berry Allen Fred Allen Jacksoa Walter Hoyles Wilson Tompkins Joseph Piles Bjienccr Brown U H Uoopor ureen Mins Alfred Scliichlow John J ilindinan T J Kllis Taylor Connelly O W Greshnm J B Sun John Whitlteld Maleoin Crenshaw Popo Jackson LADIES. Tboresa Davis Sarah Smith Louisa Clark Allis Koger Kli.abcth Amason Miitlv Morris Abbv Liles , Ldciuri Clino Joiinic W Bailey Annie Mitchol Prucilln E Connor Sue O Senior Snllio Hoby Angio Jackson When called for, Bay advertised. 11. Stewart, P. M. French All-Wool Merinoes at 75 cents, for snlo(by Manly & Eiland, Mr. Scott, Boylo, the leader of tho Macon Junior Band, who acci dontly shot himself in the log two weeks ago, is rapidly recovering. Wo uni'rtnnd it was a vcit dan gerous wauid, tho femoral artory bo!ng cut, but tho accident happen ed in close proximity to Dr. Hen dricks & Jarnngin's ofllce, and ho received surgical aid promptly or ho would vory probably havo blod to deuiifr Dr. Clemonts, tho mo ment the accident occurrod, seeing the great danger, prosscd his hand on the loir and checked the flow of the blood until Dr. II. arrived. Attention, Democrats t Thero will be a meeting of the Yomig Men's Democratic Club on Monday night next, at 7 o'clock, at the old Masonic Hall. A full attend ance is desired, as matters of impor tance will bo brou''lit before the iiicctiiiK. W. C. Jaunaoin, Pres. T. D. Joiner, Sect'y. Of all the turnips that ovor turnod up in this otlico those furnished us from L. W. Fmith's uluco lake them and they weigh at least half bushol; one of tbom is a five pounder, another is twenty seven inches in c'r umfeie icx. Xcw Adrerliscments. Alhort Anderson's mule has gone astray, it you Know wliore he is do him the favor to let him know ii We publish two important tress pass notices. These people intend to raise hogs and dishonest pcoplo must keep away from their ranges. Mr. Perkins,, at Perkinsville in Winston county, has 15,000 Grape Cuttings for sale. Encourage liome nurseries ; Mr. P., is your uoighbor, and would not sell any thing but fine stock. Orders left at this office will be promptly attended to. A St. Louis firm advertises for agents to sell the famous "Bida Di signs. The Misses Thompson of Colum bus, .Milliners and Dross-Makers, havo a fine stock which thoy advertiso in this number. The Brooksvillo Democratic Club havo a practical way of showing their friendship. See Walker Clay's advertisiuont. Attention Tax Payers. No matter when or to whom you docido to pay your taxos wo advise that you examine your assessments closely and seo for yourselves tbut corrections havo boon made in ac cordance with tho last action of tho Board of Supervisors by which I'lhoir former oquali.ation was sot aside. Jt would also bo well if tho T:X 'nyoi Union, would examine the Assessment Rolls and see if they have been completed and certifiud to by tho Chancery Clerk as requir ed by luw. Cotton is Coming In protly freely. Tho priro, how over, is rather discouraging to sell ers. A grout deal remains in the fields uiigatherud. Tho election Stayed proceedings to a great ex tent, and tlio weather since, on the wholo, has been unfavorable for picking. Rusmoss, ftti'tcr these cir en institutes, is compaialivoly dull, so far. Jutf- Those of our customers who bought goods from us ami promised to pay for them on the 1st of October will please hour in mind that this is the 1st of November, and wo hope, they will come forward at a very early day and mako payment. We lnitke nil duo allowances for tho delay in gathering tho crops, but wo must have monk? I T. J. PATTY k CO. Mu'ion, Nv. G, 137Q, Lieu., liov. Davis bus pardoned Honry Ju'AnOi' of this county, who killed s Mr. Mllrtm uboul u year ago. The case hi d boon curried to Supremo Court. Little Mini lliirdin it vory young, only a few dy( but ncwtlu'JwiB in Hiuui't onuub toaund ua a tine cuke and bottle of wino by her hnppy pupa. We hope to live to see I ho day when wo will roeoivo anoibur cuiio and bottle ot wine on another happy occasion. TRIBUTE W UESrii( T. Mushuluvillu (irano;o, No. 417. We aro n train called noon to mourn tho loss of another inestima ble mombor. In the (lentil ot our boloved brother M. M, IIiooins, who left these mundane shores for the blissful climes, of the heavenly woild, on tho 19th Oet.Sis, (j i-n n go, and the church to which he belonged, have sustained an ir i-eiiiti-uli o loss, t in oommumtv a rood cili.oii, his wifouduvoted hus oanu, niiu ins ciiiiuiuii un aiioci-iou- i ,.. t -.i l.' l.:li . ale fiitlior. ICosolved 1st thai wo will chorish-his inemory as one en deared to us by all the Cliistiarr graces and virtues us u man of God. Resolved 2nd that wo leader to tho bereaved family . our heartfelt sympathies with the full assurunce that tins dispensation ot J'lvino Providence is nlit sustofne'l and sharod by them alone; Resolved 3d thijt the foregoing prcamblo and re.Bolutiot.s'tft'TptifPnTr ujion our minutes and a copy sont to tho family of the deceased; ulso, that tho same bo published in tho Macon Bkacon und the Farnun Vindicator be requested to copy tho samo, and that tho usual badge of inourniug be worn for thirtv days. J. J M'ay, K. J., Shaw, N. McLeod. Committoe. Wi.i B--I j ht 9 n r 1- . b. Ailand, W. K & C. C. Ei- land & Manly &. Eiland, tf.T'.7 " :.r . " , urgently upon all parlies indebted to thorn to come forward and make immediate settlements. No further extentions can possibly bo granted, as tho monoy is absolutly ueedod to meet their outstanding papers. Tho accounts uro in the hands of Manly and Eiland, mid they are fully authorized to make settle ments. THE CONCERT For the benefit of the Hook it Lad dor Company last Friday was well attended, us will always bu the case when tho same in u.ucul talon I is ex ercised for the er tcrtainiuent of our citizens. Under such a superior musical instructress as Mrs. Hol borg, the public could not bu disap pointed. Wo would willingly give a more extended notice of the per formance, but not being present our friends havo failed to gives us evon a sketch of the musical treat thoir enjoyed at the Court House that ovonioit. Material aHt.lfuirKis i-cnii't-li tQ tho exhausted tt'ftusury of the Company, and u vole of hearty thanks was unanimously adopted. - - Tobacco, Cigars, Smoking tobac co, pipos Sic iu vtuiely ut Jones & rants. I'AIIS ToTiCK. All stock found trespassing on the plantation of the subscriber will bo taken nd and disposed of as tho law directs. J. BUYSO.V. Full Lino of All-Wool En. press Cloths, ut 87 cents. . M.VNI.Y - KiLANO. ELECTION NOTICE Everybody, go and see tho Grand Opening of Full and AYiutor GootLi at Klaus & Bros. Colored A Ipaeas, 30 cents per yd.' Mai.y & Kk.anu. A AU. Roporls have been circulated in town against me. 1 am entirely in- run-out of aaything, but an ell'ort to muko a living lor mysell and family. havo a inmilv and properly in Macon and have tried U make an honest living. I am no politician. My course in the future shall prove my innoencu of anything detriment al to tho best interest of the wholo people, whito und black. ' W. S. Ferris. Just Received at Marz. Kraut Suur, Pigs Feet, , Sausage in links, Souso ' ' Fill km Mnrkut Bwof, lionlcss Codlish, Irish Potatoes, Fruits, Oranff(s, IjtjnioiiH, Apples, Bananas, Figs, Dates, liaisons, & Currents, Guava Jelly, Nnta of all kind, Wince Meats iu links, & 5 lbs Buckels, Coeo Nuts &c. &e. Wanteu-- -Customors at Klaus & Bro's. Standard whito Coal Oil at Jones k Funt's. Toilet iroods such as Homo, Per fumery brushes, combs, cosinelisus fid. u fine assortment always on hand ut Jones & Kant's. Tho host Wines and Liquors for medicinal uno at Jones & Finn's. Gonuino French Wino Vinegar at, Jvniw & Pant's. A nit cling of lUii iu.oiisof Deor Crouk, was hold at Rolling Folk, Issaquena County, Nov. 7ih,';,l7&, for tlio purpose of giving expres sion to the public ftuiiiiijj chium! by tuonewfiof tho death of V. 11. footuEsq. 1. C. Watson was culled to the Chair; and on motion, J. II. Robert son was eiectou secretary. A com- nutloo consisting of J)r. James II Mooro, Rov. II. W. FoatJierson nr.d Col. W. D. Brown, was appointed to prepare resolutions, who repor ted tho following which wero unun imously adopted: tsi. nncroustt lias nloased an all wise Providence in his inscruti blo wisdom to remove bv deiith our late neighbor and friend W. 11. I1 onto from our midst, 2th. Therefore be it Resolved, That wo as citizens in 1-rrHe -mdTitipg assembled do here. by express our heartfelt sympathy ni tins great Doreavmont. 8rd Resolved, Thut in tho death of Lieut. Foote tho public bus sus tained agreat loss: That bv his urbanity, of manners, his sound practical sense, and cultivated in feloet, ho hud won upon our feel ings, and bid lair to havo filled u most useful! and important sphere in the community in widen ho lived. and tho State at largo. 4l.h. J hat wo ns liicighborg aid friends horoby tender to His family and relations nnr unfeigned sj'tnpa- JLUJ,ii ii iMur- 4;ront, loss," trusting that their loss will his eternal gain, and commend his widow and litllo ones to tho tender mercies ol hii who litis promised to bo a fa ther to the fatherless and a husband to the'widow, believing he will loin por the winds unto thorn us ho dooih to the shorn lambs. 5th, Resolved, .That in voiw of tho dealh ol our docousod friend, wo are forcibly reminded that in tho midst of life wo aro in death. fill, P.,l,.4 'l'l..,l c win. lUBiatuii, I uat 11 un v u ,,.. p., V .... . . . i.:..f. ily and also a copy bo sont to the .Macon Beacon for publication. Du. James 11. Moore, H. W. Featherston W. D. Brown. Obituary. 'George ' V. Trimble departed this life, April 12th 187a, at bis residence in Noxubee Co, ago 28 years and 11 days. Ho was n member of tho Presby terian Church for three years. Conscientiousness was a predom inant trail ot his character and consequently much esteemed by the circle of friends who know him best. Macou Junior Hand. Editors Beacon: Tho strains of soul-stirring music which was the 'happy lot of our good town pcoplo to luar Wednes day night, und. t.btedly reminded us to what great extent wo aro in debted to the .young go'illcmen who compose ihe Macou Junior Band. Standing afar oil listeiiii.g to jbeJ'' Wodfitadiiy ftight serenKilos, v?o be;;an to consider !rjv iiivalubalt: ntn young Band is to us. There ;j no concert charitable enterprise &u. but what has as its most attractive feature, next to tho presence of our young ladies, tho splendid music ol the Junior Band. None are more willing than its member.-) to con tribute thoir valued personal servi ces to every commendable under taking. Wo looked on them with pride, whuu with their sweet si rains thoy journeyed with us to Sco ba lo In ji- Mississippi's noble old Ro man L. (1., C. Liuiiur. And still prouder were wc ol'thom compared willi tho middle aged members of tho (iancsvillo Band with thoir bright urn! daz zling instrumonts. Wo can never overestimate the services (hey reu derod tor the beuifit or our com mon country in tho lato political contest. No doubt their music con tribulcd largely lo the success of three grand and imposing proces sions, no doubt those fit subjects for treusoit who hud plundered our nappy lami, natl lueir knees toi qiinke when mingling with the booming of tho cannon, the glillor and d; zzlo of tho torchlights ami triiiispareiices and tho l.uzz.is' of honest men they heard the thrillinir soul-stirring music of our noble young mo -. How it enthused thai mass ol honesty, and then how deep and reproachful it must havo sunk into tho heat ts ot our coun try's eiicmios. Shuqualak, too, can attest what yooiuun service ihoy voluntarily rendered us. All of those young men, who ure dependent on their daily exertions f'oru livclyhnod, gladly and with out rcniuiioralion volunteered to' give their appreciated aid to the Shuqualak procession, and we ven ture to suy i lint thoy received the remuneration which they wished, thai is a conciousnoss liiul thoy had dolio their country a service. Willingly they submitted to usucri fico of lime and gladly eudurod a routth wagon lido of thirty milos and severe labor from five iu the after noon to three o'clock in tho morning. Wo say uli praise to our Baud. We should bo proud of tbum, becaiiso whmovor needed, they are never found wanting; be cause thoy aro a home, Noxuboo County, Macon Institution j because we havo no rousous not to bo proud of them, and boeaur.o they aro our worthy and honestyoung mon, and of Unit (lumber who contributed so much to Mississippi's lute political redemption. "LUCY." A full and carefully seleelod stock of Drugs and Medicines ul ways on band at Jones k Pant's. 100 FeicoYof 1'rinb. .Latest Kty les just received at the (J range SUire. Jjotnon Sugar and Loui'in Syr up ni Jones & Fum's. UP! C;.m5 up, Everybody! E'POcb'.ily tlicso IndcUt't lu ? jrLKE 11.L1AMS. C f t w j : I S k I M M '-i & a s s 'A i , e? 2 H 3; i m r a 6 O ' n I 3 H H MBS I U.fve .'Ya.band ft COfWLETE STOCK OF Fall and Winter G-OOI3B, comprising the latest P k w w g, B 8 CO vt 11 C3 K W P C5 CD W 4 H Cfti r2 PLANTERS J. L CniGGS ICcttps toiisliuitly on hand a Full Assortment cf well-selected DRY-C60DS, CLOTH5KC, HAT 3, Ladios and " Gents' Boote cJb Bhoes, J2T"A sidendid lot of Ladies' custom-made shoes of latest styles. Also, alwaya iii slock, tho boat assort moiit of toh T" FAMILY" GROCERIES sad piSttifaiiFPins of every description. 83?" "Will pay the highest mar ket price for COTTON. Give him a call, as it is his pleusuro to show Goods Hiid Pilecs. Ik tau oiler speciul induoemont In IIAUUIAti and TII. W1IKAT liKAN fllwajs on hand, novia : HEW ETOliJIBV GOQBSi T nm now, receiving and opeititvr an cntiro no sttck of Staple Goods andl Groceries, to which I repoc:li,lly call tho utten lion of my old IVanids usd cnslom ers and the pujilie generally. I havo bniigli iny goods low und will soil for cie t, as low ail the low est, will psy tiie highest market price for cwHittriTf und nil kinds of Country Produce taken in ex. ehaiigu lor noods. Coino n mi nee u:u next door to tho (Iniugo Sluif,, ret. U 1 'm I J. Y. COOPER, ii'r.Cini. i'UCviiV C? For Treasurer d M iliicbanan W T, II t-MiiiMjway Vr Congress It O Powers H D Monev Finis H lii'ttle For District Attorney .771 07 . li'.Ki K20 ,7fil 2'.'8 ,:'M Mi 13 159 E It Blins -t ' 21(1 O XlcUride pi'2 2 Wiley N Nush 3(17 215 For Senate. 17th District J P (iilmer ,020 115 H W Foote .;. I'or Heprescntative II I. Jnrnagin K F Niinn II A Illce t , W M Connor h W Overton M MeNoes ,, Amns Sanders , Fir Sheriff J B Allprood , J F McLend For Chancery Clerk K O 1'attv J R Cavett Joshua Stevens For Circuit Cleric D G Dismukes T J Whito For Treasurer 010 284 227 BS1 209 S04 400 352 79 40S 192 78 070 47 8 741 195 244 711 252 215 8 . 6 751 150 251 400 204 80 - 519 833 192 643 04, 4 5 20 133 ......39-! m 78 1 "81 220 2-19 It Gray Charles Harnett ...... For Assessor A M Williams J Ii Grace For Surveyor D J lluek 711 214 252 409 218 79 , 414- 249 203 434 104 r.m mn F G Nicholson..." ....895 213 ror t,orouor anu itunc;er John H Jones 391 199 79 llonrv Macon 088 285 237 For amendments IS 286 252 We, tho undersii'ticd Board of IteL'islrars hereby certify that tlio above is a correct and complete statimi:t ol the lection re turns forNoxuboi County, for tho General Election held Nov. 21 , 1875. . Geo. Bk Tavi.or, JAS. W. UofKINS. ' Clerks. There's millions GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE8Ji:;?;f 'y!:rfr 1 I ik1 a:! l: tU'iiaftmonts will Lu MANLY & Hftve opened fur sale and inspection, a very large and line i-nl, ,t( i i. . ,., . locli ot boods, whtc-U are ottered at prices that will ensure a sale to all who will favor 3 line of DEY-GOODS & CLOTIII.NG, BOOTS, SHOES AND MATS, ALSO A '. '' -) Jnnrij Dxm 65oa&s Mbiio, PIECl C-OOD3 FOR MSK AND V.OYs, Fail Line of Underwear for Ladles ssid Cents. "We desim pni'ticnlnrly to iuiiU'tS3 upon r.i puVJt: .our ' GPtiA?llIWlJCTioNnUilJCES. The Propiietors confidently invite t!v closest inspec tion of their Gcods c,f every description, and no tains or trouLle will be spared in showing them. ISiShest illnrki't.rrU'tf g.iid i'm' VolUm. ott23 RilAKLY & ESLAH3. - WHEELER !Wf?rft iff aitw WC?Si 81 W J.m W TUB BUST MACUINK IX TUB WOULD ! A W A I! DKD Tilil! GUAND ALU UAL POli PUOGKKSa AT Ttlii WOULl.i liXPOSITIOX AT V1KXX . The Gold Medal oi" Jlai'j'I.m.'J SjjsJitr.lc-, :i $ialtlwi"i?r , : MRS. R. A. E. BEAUCIIALT.P, : I A ?'' j I : ' ma cox, Mississippi. : Itifiy Machines for sale; and Machine mnv bo bad. July 24-ly .1. JACOB UOLBKItG. JACOB nOLUBRO & CO.; Wholcidnlci .tud Sleiitil Stealers in DRY-COODS, CLOTHSfiG, BOOTS & SFCES, HAKDWA , WOODKX-WAiJECROOKKKY & tiLASS-WA KK GROCEUIKS, FLOUR, CABON, LARD, SUGARS, COI FBR, MO .ASSAS SSofijp; ctbo. Jiiy We call the attention of the jiublic to oulnrye and cowjdrti. stock in all linos, which we ae constant y repUnixhimj, and, which we are detemincd to sell a low as can he done in Macon. COTTON.-a,,1,, ,,,a,'1' Vrivv. imid for Colt C om, aid ('oiiulry SVotSsare vcdscb itSlv Oct. 2, '701 Y " Miss Mary Callaway Will open hor school, on Mon day The !?t,hofS('itcmb?r, in Mr. nnd Mrs. Duck's School build- in 1. Terms Tnilion, por month. . II, $5 00 Music, - " ; 6oo- Hoard, including washing. ,. Is 00 The Music Department will Lo. uiiuet too t-iiurn 01 llKS-115 Been.. 1.... .1 1 .... 1 VJTe OF N3XU2EE COUNTY c: H v; t ill c 3 ' a S 3. 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Kejris'nirs in It-Millions. - EILAND, with a call. We have a full OP - & WILSON MS i, V)b..l4i 1-SmA: O also, Thread, Need's mid 11 1 J. O ILLAWAV'S STORtt-l. AlOSHS IIOLBKKG. rUt-. ',i M''A f$"u h4K$tfA (ffiSV'i f-y IRl ' U 1 IU l't Tl M.' J' fit ir vuu v,;r p Ha;i,M fi,til Pitimted 4 miles i-a.t of Mncon, f n Macmi iiikI Mi'iiijlii road. Apply to v " Hi may 1 JosHlM i WIN- , V Tho Term coininenf-es tiie firs I.... i i ..i . l i '""J wt iiitier nun clones inoi I msi weeK in June, F'm''re Ttepartment-V.. V. Is. Di.f, l riiieihal, and 1'ro lessor ol Pin o and Mixed Mathematics. ; r,,i ),,,,,,, n v vv',n i M. 1)., Principal and PiiifiKor of Audi nt Laiijruajres and Moral 1 Philosophy. I Primary ond htermedhile JjijiarU i mint Miss innsm AriKiiKHttv, Princi)al. . ; ? Department of Music and Art Urn. J. M. Kaii'eu. , 'e TUITION . Per nionth, as foiiows Primary and iiiionncdiuto cludses . . . ;. $3 00 : -Advanced - . . - 4 00 , Senior - - - - 5 00 Incidental feo - . . 2 00 Board iroiii Sdn loftlfi per mouth. The onl v extra chi rgo will bo tot Art and Sluiiic. J'uttioii must be paid promptly by tho 15tn of each month, land no pu- -' pil can expect to remain iu fftiool who is more than two nionlhs iu itr roars. Those in -arrears for the last ! fPsy'on must tjclllu bciol'e cuitu'l in lor aimuier term. Pupils will be charged from tho ti'l"'' 'hoy ctlttM-III, lirthe close of the session, and no deduction will bo made tor lost of time, except iu ea ses of protracti-d illness, or by spe cial iiiircement. All tlm English branches will he I liiut'oiitthly Miigiil, und special ut Itonl.on paid 10 1 ho Sciences, Latin, I Greek, French and tho Higher Mwlh j oi..; I Thu discipline will be mi'tl but I firm, and 110 pubils will be lolera- led 111 tins Jiistitulaui who ure old !!jJ,,."l-,f '"'.''"f "" xh-'h I bis is u chartered Insiiintion and diplomas vvdl be awarded to those I'""' "'".v "W. who deserve iiicm!, hoard and 1 uition 'for tiie ooIioA Teini only One Hundred mid S'ly' Dollar., if paid us fidlnws; Fi.r.i;r dollars in advance, eighty dollars lirsi ol January, and tlm lialancc .nt or bcloiv !li, 1 lirsi ol April, 1 '-'70. t'.C. 1j. DILL, Principal. Pickoiisville, Ala., Sept. 1, lo'ft. A M l II E L j II O USE, i. 11. biuiibiiLL, 1 1 J;MJit On the Ecuth Sids of Cont-i Etr:et, ' Its locution is very c avsiiii ntlr nnr ill p, ,,1 linaincj.i or 1111111.-, (iie'nls, ii( we, -i-i the Mobile, New Oilcans ami Tcvn Kaiii-ond UepoU and all tao Steiuit. l-o.:l l.:i..i.intr. Jim 10-lvr AKICAN WASMBLU" lrsr Lf.u .dry and Household Uso. MAXVFACl CRM) AT TUB tea Wmm. NEWAUIv, N. J. ' Our Wnsb ii Ihe best in the world. It dep not Hrenk, cuntiins uotlibi'.: in j 0 rioiii) to li,v.h!i or f ibric, nnd is es,il o.v nil tho lm-,;e lmiicb-ics .111 account, of its' plcmiti,- cH'ccl and cli.,npness. Supi'riiii f..r whito-wiu-lani; ,'irt. up in piicl:,cs ennvcnieiit l'.r family 110.. Price III els, vm-h. Ki,r t.tli by jjruci rs eyprvtvliern. - Aiw.-ns u.,ic fir tin- A.IKMCN V A ! 1 1 lil.CK, jfy..t' want 'lie ci.t-:iH'st and bust. o.S:e, 7S William et., New y ' DUO 8 Female Institute. v JACKSON, TETNE.33ES," W H'. -" Frrs im. THIS old and prosperoiisluslitutieii ba H I. !J-t l.--.-cr:i!:lM l.ii'.'.linn t,.wl 1 1 L... llie heft iid'lintnijr of Feuiale Kdecaiioa. it'lliojl ( I'rr Session ) Co.li-'iatu Dcjii.i-tmeiit, 5S2S 09, Music, :;n 0'l Ib'iird, Wnshin.tr, Fuel, Ac, 4.911 0(), other charges mod. rate. Tuition fees and one-half tiu itoitrd in luhnnco. St ml ir catalogues. J-'all session begins first fondav in Sep. tchiber. Spring session lirst Monday nv uuiiuitrj. 6PSING GLASS DOORS. tv- -.-a" , i now i.osr i mm iwmam .Hill pill. II. I, ., u IH-Uf edition nl Br. Culvum-ntl'i l4alTCe,,,rt1 y on tlm I'Ufmf ""'ii i", i. unit ivioxiin, ,,.' im-ciiciee) nf Sp, riinttoi'-. f--if-''' '"'fl' ''"'"hial'try Kemiim, '-'"si's. Iicpi'tci'.cy. Mcur tv. Impediments lo Mart i.isro, .tc. ; a.'si, 0oiisiiintion. Kpilcp-y and l''iis, in, In,-. by anll'-indiiliti-nce r scvioii exloivn u.cn. ' 89V Price, In a sealed uuvclime only six cents. ' T!c celcbrnleil aulbor, in this ad'elndiln v Ksnt.v. itearly deinoii't.niti-. (Vn--, lt flinty years' successful pi-.n lice, pml iie ulurnu lut consi iiicm-..a ol . 1 1 iilnis.- o i be rail, ically cured wUliout thu dan.urcrtM'n u.n of Inlcriri'l incdiciiin nr ibn appiicjtinn of tlm kml'e; nointinir out iii"dc of c ire m n Bin.plc, certain iiioi '(iV. lunl; J.y ntcat, - of' , which every iifl'rr, no m,ilti'i lmt hi coiidilioii nlay he, m.-.y cure lui...n( clieay. ly, priviitely and rud.onlh. . (Je-fyThis I.c'tiu-e ulmu'ld he in the hniiila td every yoiuh and evto-v onot ii ,lf, -.rnd. rniu uiiurr si 111, u, it pi, nit t-i. vi lopr. Ii, nay address, post-iini-l, on 'en ipt n, in Jv;!i ! . Addffjs I lie I'uhltth is, UilA.:. j v JIAXS ii CC . 127 bow, iv, .Ni nv I', U. litJ, 'tjt4 j , 1 '4 .'i t 1 : ! X I U. 1 - " r "'fl ' -.1 s 1 Y'