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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31, 1870.
Till: I,ANT DAT.
The Inst duy of the Old Year ; and
there i« much that in comforting, and
much that is painful, to look back to.
We nro none of us as well off n« wo
hoped to bo when the last New Year
dawned. We exported all our subHcribers
would kavo paid up before this time ; but
want—or worse, neglect—ban prevented
them from responding. This wo regret,
for wo certainly have triod to d<> our duty.
Wo offorod, as an inducement for old sub
scribers to pay up and now anbacribors to
come in, a list of premiums, in wbich wo
proposed to give away a large part of the
money collected, in order to reduce our
business to a cash system, and extend it.
We were disappointed ; but few paid
their back duos, and our new
subscribers were not numerous enough
to warrant us in having a drawing
that would not ho a beggarly farce.
To those subscribers, therefore, who
may fool diaappoiuted at onr inability
to give premiums, as wo hoped, wo say
in justice to thorn and ourselves, we are
ready to rofund tho money on application.
We do not mean by this that we havo
given up tho promiuin system. On the
contrary, we Will push it next year, and
givo all those who have paid for a part of
tho coming year a chanco. Wo kuow that
our paper is alone more than worth the
prico of subscription, and the premium
list is simply a substitute for tho clubbing
system and another inducement for new
subscribers and cosh in advance, which
honeeforlh will bo onr business motto.
Tho Virginius has had a strange record,
and Rooms to havo boon followed by a
strange fatality. Her wild expeditions
and many arrests, her last pursuit, and
capture, tho tragic fate of her Captain
and crow, her surrender, and now, tho
last act, her destruction, nro startling epi
sodes in tho career of a ship formerly no-
tod as a blockado ruunor. Thoro is a
mystery about her sinking which tin* poo-
plo dosiro to hoo cleared up; indeed tlirro
is a mystery about our relations with Cu
ba ami Spain, and this lust act may not
make matters clearer.
The newspupors of the country aro dis
cussing tho present Jongineers’ strike.
Tho following from tho Philadelphia Hal-
Id in corroborates our remarks of yester
day, and gives briefly the cause of tho
“lu Pittsburg, rocently, souio members
of tho Into Printers’ Union, who were
active in organizing n strike for tho an
noyance of tho new.spnpor publishers,
wero pronouuced by the Court liable to
indictment for conspiracy. Tho princi
ple is a good one, and it. may servo us a
foundation for proceedings against, the
iuon who lmvo brought about a more for
midable strike among the railroad otiyi-
noorx, firemen and othors on the Pan
Handle and othor railroads running west
of Pittsburg. This striko affects not
only tlin railroad companies, but tho
whole business community, East and
West, North and South. It cithor stops
entirely, or seriously impedes all traffic
and travel on the principal railroads iu
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. The whole
postal buuiiiosH iu that region will also ho
interrupted, ami, of oouruo, this will
cause very grout iuconvotiionco to busi
ness men, newspaper publishers, and peo
ple of ovory class aud occupation in ©very
part of tho country,
“Tho managers of tho Western rail
roads, iu pursuance of a policy of re
trenchment and economy made necessary
by the late liuaucul panic aud tho de
pression of businous, n solved on a 1 educ
tion of the pay of engineers and other em
ployees, which took eff ect on tho first of
Poomubor. The reduction was uot an un
reasonable ouo, in view of tho state of
business ; for it is doclnrcd that engineers
of passenger trains still can earn on an
avorago a day, while freight engin
eers can earn an average of $4.AO a day.
This appears to be good pay for any time;
but for hard times it ought to satisfy any
roasouable uieu. Hut thoro is no reason
ing with men who bind tliemselvoH in n
“Brotherhood," which is only a euphoni
um for a Trades' Union. They nro sim
ply rebelling against their employers, to
whom they have been long indebted for
tho means of subsistence, and striving to
coerco them into terms with which they
cauuot comply. U is u repetition, ou u
grand scale, of tho organized rebellion of
the Pittsburg printers. In this last named
case tho rebels were ho quickly and de
cidedly “floored” that they were soon on
their knees, taking for work ou any terms.
The same result, we hope, will be arrived
at in this striko of the railroad men. There
are thousands of competent wen out of
work, who will be glad to take the places
of tho Rtrikors on the terms of the com
panies. When tho difficulty is over, wo
trust that tho conspirators who havo
brought about the strike will be brought
to the bar of justice and punished accor
ding to the plain principle prououticed bv
the Allegheny court iu the ease of the
—T ho Marion Common wealth bus re
duced it size.
—A nmsonio lodge is to bo orgunixod
at Opelika on tho ‘J‘Jd prox.
—Ratio Putnam is umusiug the people
—Ro«e and Harry Wutkius have recent
ly concluded an engagement at Kufaula.
—Only one case of small pox at Seale.
Dr. doliruffonroul is still in attendance.
—Montgomery now sports three very
creditable looking daily newspapers.
Can she sustain them V
—We received but few Alabama ox
changes yesterday and thoy were destitute
—A residence occupied by Messrs.
Loebmsn and Hash was burned in Mont
gomery Monday aftoruoou.
—Mr. Dsvid Milton married Miss Ellon
Whetstone. He is likely to become a
—Some forty of the ladies and gontle-
inea of Selma visited Montgomery Satur
day, to witness Jefferson s “Hip Van \\ in
This subject is ever interesting, evon if
we look upon it os a humbug, and most
sensible people do. The following from
the 'limes will havo interest to those in
terested in tlio subject at this time:
“After u lapno of twenty-four years,
Rochester promises to becomo once more
a centre of attraction to investigators of
spiritual phenomena. In 1849, what is
known as modern spiritualism may bo
said to have had its chief start in that his
toric city. Tho Fox sisters, after having
raised' the spirit of a murdered peddler
from tho malarious atmosphere of a cel
lar at ilydesvillo, Arcadia Township,
Way no county, N. Y., proceeded to
Rochester, as they asserted, by spiritual
advice, and opened public seances at
Corinthian Hall. A committee of respect
able citizens was appointed to inqtriro os
to tho nature of certain noises which wero
heard by tho audience, and a report was
rendered to tho effect that, although a
thorough inquiry had been instituted, it
had been found impossible to discover
tho source of the noises. This was ac
cepted by thousands of persons at the
timo as proof positive, thut the spirits of
tho departed might,under favorable condi
tions, return to earth and do unlimited
table-turning ‘stamping,’ and bell-ring-
“The Foxes, Laving thus cunningly
ucqnired a reputation for wonderful
'mudiumship,' wero onubled to visit the
principal cities in tho country, and to
draw a considerable amount of gold into
their purses. A few yoars subsequently,
mysterious noises were heard at a house
in tho vicinity of Rochester, hut they
wero soon forgotten, tho curiosity and as
tonishment produced by the Foxes elso-
whoro having proved the greater attrac
tion. But now that tho fame of theae
‘girls’ has been so thoroughly eclipsed by
other ‘mediums,’ tho Amorican Spiritual
ists may tind it profitable to make use of
Homo ‘manifestations’ which aro said to
bo at proseut iu full operation at the
idenco of Mrs. Gascoigne, in tho lowns-
luml of Chili, within u short distance of
Corinthian Hall. Wo havo it on the
authority of tho Rochester Union, that
Mrs. Gascoigne, ‘with ltor family, con
sisting of herself, her son, twolvo years
of ago, and several smaller children, have
boon driven to the very brink of despair
by tho nightly occurrence of tho most
torriblo noises during many mouths.’
“Homo yoars ago, it appears that the
mysterious mansion at Chili becamo the
property of a person, tho initial of whoso
nnmo has been published by the Union
He made it his rcsidenco, and, for a rea
son which hns not been explained, took
Mrs. Gascoigne into his sorvico oh house
keeper. In this capacity she continued
down to nbout live or Hix mouths ago,
when Mr. A. died, leaving her in posses
sion of his oil’octs. For a fow nights af
ter his demise ‘the stillness of doath
reigned.’ Scarcely an eutire weok had
passed, however, when Mrs. Gascoigno’s
reposo was disturbed by ‘tho familiar
footsteps’ of the deceased. At llrst she,
of course, thought it was f/incy, and tried
to composo herself to sleep, but it was no
use. ftho distinctly hoard tho croaking of
tho door of tho room which had formerly
boon occupied by A., aud presently she
was still further uiarinod by the bed-nlata,
wbich Roerned to yield to the pressure of
a human body. Thon sho hoard what
soemod to her like sounds that would bo
produced by a person ougugod in tho act
of putting on tight boota. As soon ns the
last stamp was given to tho lloor a noise
was made ns if somebody was asoonding
“On tho following night tho manifesta
tions wero more varied. Tho chairs aud
tables in the parlor wore tossed about
rather freely, and at cortaiu intervals ‘a
siuglo whistle, of an apparently human
voice, shrill aud distinct,' was heard by
every person in tho houso. Mrs. Gaa-
ooigno adits, that night aftor night a little
dog which hud belonged to tho deceased
responds to tho whistle in the most eagor
manner, but never gives ovidetico of see
ing anything. To tlieso singular pranks,
doubtless lost they should become monot
onous, tho ‘ghost’ very often ndds the
moro oxoitiug ono of snatching tho bed-
covering, with lightning quickness, from
tho almost paralyzed body of the twelve-
year old Gascoigne. Four moil, neigh
bors of tho Gascoignes, it seems, have re
peatedly undertaken to solve tho myste
ry. Gno of the number states positively
that a form, which in ovory respect ro-
sembled Mr. A. in tho flesh, on one oc
casion passed before him ns ho lay
upon a lounge. Ho immediately
jumped up, and had just begun to pro
pound a number of questions, when ‘tho
spectre, if such it wore, soon disappear
ed.’ Mrs. Gascoigne remains in tho house
by tho advice of counsel for the purpose
of making good her claim to it in law.
Otherwise, sho declares sho would profer
to gather her children around hor and
take shelter in a barn.
“Surely facts like those cannot bo al
lowed to go uninvostigatod. Tho ped-
dlor's depressed spirit in tho Arcadian
cellar,Jas material for an ‘excitomont,’ whs
as nothiug compared with the whistles,
clothes suatohiug, and boot pullings of
this Chili ghost. The opportunity afford-
ed for a revival at Rochester of the scenes
of 1849 is decidedly tempting, and wo
shall be very much surprised if it is not
taken advantage of. Moreover, it would
bo doing a kindly service to a much
nffHuted family to relieve it of the pres-
ouoc of one of tho most trying of uunoy-
—The Janesville Gazette says consul
orable stir is being created in Milwaukee
over an ett'ort to close the gambling sa
loons. The officials claim that they
would hurt the.business interests of Mil
waukee if they closed them up, as country
merchants who come to buy goods want
some place in which they can “have a
little fun," and if they can’t find it there
they will go to Chicago.
Recently at Highland, Iowa, tho
family of Mr. Kimball were poisoned by
drinking tea coutaimug araeuito of cop
per. The tea was takeu from tho bottom
of the chest. Timely medical aid was all
that saved the eutire family from a sud
—It has trauspired that Captain John
McKinistry. who died in Mattoon, 111., ou
Feb. 1MJ, 1 sr.S, was murdered, ono of tho
witnesses being unable to longer keep the
crime a secret.
Irish Potatoes and Apples.
I HAVE IN STORE A J.AKOE I.0T
Best Seed Irish Potatoes,
Of DIFFERENT VARIETIES.
Choice Eating Potatoes,
Apples, Nice Tennessee
ANS~.-i 4^4-?, 8T0CK
Crocerles and Provisions,
FOR RALE CHEAT FOR CASH.
W No Chnrgs for Draysge.
J. H. HAMILTON,
Junction Franklin. Warren ft Oglethorpe St*,
O N the first Tuesday in February next, T will
■••11 at public outcry, before tho auction
house of Kills A Harrison, in Columbus, between
the usual hour! of sale, tho following i «*| estate,
One undivided lmlf intercut in tho promise*
known us tin storehouse lately occupied by Hull
Moses, and now by William Beach, us n hurd-
Also, an undivided half interest in tho store
•use next tho corner on Broad street, under Con
cert Hall, and an undivided fourth interest in
The said property being tho interest of the Into
Jacob I. Mos h. Terms cash.
dec31 td ISAAC I. MOSES, Kxeeutor.
THE IEP L O B I
WILLIAMS’ GALLERY OF 1 ART,
81 Broad Street, Columbus, Ca.,
H AVING recently been enlarged and refitted with all the latest styles of Instruments, and having
r-ngarred extra assistants for each department, can now *uy. without fear of contradiction, that
the RENT K*IIOT<HAKAl*IIN, PORCELAIN OK FEIIREOTYPEH, ever takeu
North or South, cun be luruiahed ut this Gallery. The COLORING Department id under the charge of
PROFESSOR JOHN L. DUFFER, an Artist late of Washington and New York, nnd the highest testi
monials as to his superior Ability as a Colorist can bo shown from the first citterns of those cities and
from Columbus ; nnd with this asaurauce, we can guaranto*- to furnish the I cat Pictures of any kind,
from Card to Life-Sire, the art is capable of producing. COPYING and ENLARGING OLD PICTURES
by a new procoss, reproducing thorn as correctly as if takeu fretn life. PICTURE FRAMES aud
ALBUMS of every character constantly ou hand and for salo.
Tho public aro invited to visit tho rooms and examiuo our work, whoro every attention aud infor
mation will he given. Remember that WILLIAMS' GALLED 1’ is over Carter'a Drug Store, Columbus,
Georgia. foctl'J d< odswJm
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. STOVES AND TIN WARE.
Strayed or Stolen,
1.1 ROM my premises, on the night of the 28th
I. inst, lour miles from Columbus, on the St.
Mary’s Road, a large BAY MARK MULE, tenor
twelve year* old, with blemish In ono eye, collar
murks ou shoulder, shod ull round. Tho mule
formerly belonged to J. M. Fletcher. T will pay
Twenty-Five Dollars for tho mule nnd thief, with
proof to convict, Ac., or a liberal reward for tho
mule. JNO. D. RIDKNflOUR.
J W. WRIGHT having failed to givo security
. for tho Rent nr the RUSK PLACE, belonging
to the estito of Job* King, this place will hu re
routed at Ins risk on TUESDAY, January Oils,
1874, at II o’clock, a rn., before tho Auction
House of Ellis A Uni rismi.
W. L. SALISBURY,
dec 31-td. Assignees Jnu. King.
I EFT my plantation, ah nit flvo mi
1j in Alabama nnd cutne to this ci
a medium list'll mouse colored Mi
Mule, about eight your-t old.
Any information thankfully received, and liber
ally rewarded if furnished forthwith.
U U. TALIAFERRO,
doc.'11 tf Columbus, Go.
( COUNCIL positively directs that executions ho
J issue I against ull persons whose TAXES
(REAI, ESTATE, SALES AND LICENSES,) aro
unpaid on 20th January next. Pay now aud save
cost. JNO. N. BARNETT,
Plantation for Sale.
1 OF FEU for salo u Plantation of 320 acres,
. within four miles of Columbus. About ro
acres of this laud is river bottom, tlin balance is
the host '|uullty of oak and hickory uplands. All
necessary improvements are on the plate.
decSO codlit K. 1). OTJNBY.
H. F. ABELL & GO.
HAVE NOW IN STORE
Early Rose and Pink Eye Sood Potatoes,
Hussett Potatoes for Tablo Use,
Fifty Sacks Ground Pens,
Forty Boxes Florida Oranges,
Twenty-five Barrels Florida Syrup,
Family Flour, (all fine grades) and
Groceries of all kinds,
dcc30 sopC tf
Merchants’ Building and
r PHE first unuunl meeting of the Stockholders
I of the MERCHANTS, BUILDING AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION will lie ludd TUESDAY.
JANUARY 27th, 7 P. M . at the office of the Sec
retary aud Treasurer. The unmuil statement of
the Secretary and Treasurer will he made and
OFFICERS elected for the ensuing year.
. WM. N. HAWKS, Sec’y.
N OTICE is hereby given that tho following
Resolutions, amending tho Constitution,
will ho nib-rod for in option at the meeting:
Resolved, 1st, 'That the time for holding the
annual inei-ling of the Assn iutioii tie changed to
tho FOURTH MONDAY IN NOVEMBER, or as
hi on thereafter us practicable.
Resolved, 2d, That tho salary of the Secretary
aud Treasurer he fixed at $250 per annum.
G. W. ROSETTE.
December 27, 1873. tw
S TOLEN from tho mtdotsiguod, iu Columbus, on
the night of the 22d inst., $25.00 in currency
and the following papers:
One note, N. N. Nicholson, for $2,300 no.
“ “ George A. Ibimfou, for $1,300 00.
“ “ Willi un BagJy for $loo oo.
“ “ P. Stephens and S. Dillard, for $700 00.
“ “ J. S. Brewer, *or$l,a.M) oo.
“ “ 0. J. Wooldridge aud John W. Howell,
nbout $220 ro.
Cotton receipt• for 30 hales cotton In Fontnino
Warehouse, and 6 hales in Planters' Warehouse.
Also, two bonds of North and South Railroad, oi
I will pay for tlin dslivtry to me or to E. 0.
Kniford, K*<| , Columbus, the above papers, $50.00,
ami the additional sum of $50 00 for the appre
hension and dolheiy of the thief with proof to
id the public likewise tu
For Sale Low.
^ SCHOLARSHIP IN TUP. MEDICAL COL
LEGE AT EVANSVILLE, INDIANA,
novf. tf APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
IV. .J. BUSSKY,
American Cotton Tie Co.
A LL APPROVED PATTERNS OK IMPROVED
COTTON TIES, furnished in any .jnanilty,
at lowest markot rate*. Adplv to
0. GUNDY JORDAN,
Eagle A Phenix Mau’fg Co.
H V a young man thoroughly uc-juaiuted with
the Grocery Business, a situation hs Salesman
in a reliable Grocery lion*". I Us had ten years’
experience. Has an extensive acquaintance, aud
can give A 1 references. Address
dec2.t lw Lock Box 215. Columl ns. Ga.
MUSCOlIKE MAXI FACT Nil ('0.
j WILL PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE
100,000 lbs. Cotton Rags!
delivered at the Railroad Depots and Wharf iu
Coluiubua. Parties will find it to their Interest to
commuuicato with tue before shipping elsewhere.
Purchased, for which tho highest market price
will be paid.
ELLIS & HARRISON,
Ileal Estate Agents
W ILL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO THE HALE,
RENT AND PURCHASE of REAL ESTATE
in the City and couutry, and will advertiso the
same (at private sale) FREF OF CHARGE, unless
the property is sold.
Twenty Yaluahlo Unimproved Building Lots in
tho city of Omaha, and sixty-six lots iu Platts-
mouth, Nebraska. A portion or the whole will be
exchanged for a Southern Plantatiou in Georgia
or Alabama, on very reasonable terms. [sepl7
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY, situated iu the
husiuesH centre of the city. Will sell ut a great
bargain, or to an acceptable party an undivided
interest. The property can ho made to pay u large
interest on the investment.
A HOUSE ANI) LOT, with 20 acres laud attach
ed, 3 miles from tho city, in n good neighborhood,
aud convenient to a good schoul, churches, Ac.
A DESIRABLE HOUSE AN!) LOT, with ton
acres ground, iu Liuwood, one mile from S. W. R.
R. depot; a very comfortable and desirable hotne.
), »4 acre
A STORE HOUSE In the valley of Talbot county,
a cross-road, three miles of the Chalybeate
prings. A very desirable locution tot a Dry
1 ’ ’ y business. s< pl7
Grounds. Good wa
Goods aud Gn
With a genteel family ill a dasirahle part of the
city, TWO LARGE ROOMS, with tho use of fur
nished parlor, kitchen and stable. Runt very rea
sonable to an uceeptublo tenant.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
M Y two
iSIDKNCEon the Tullotton road, .
rom the cltv. with f
ty , "' ith 4,1 jiii
Alsu, the place known ns the “Marlin pluoo,”
•pposit" ili» above, containing 10 or 12 acres.
For particulars apply to me.
doc24 tf 8. C. LINDSAY.
milR FONTAINE HOUSE is for rent. Well
situated for a Boarding House. Can be bad partly
furnished. Possession givon Immediately. Apply
to CIIA8. II. WILLIAMS
building. Possession givon immediately
Also, Sleeping Rooms in the sumo building, and
one Room in the laisemeut, suitable for a sleeping
room or work shop.
Water is furnished in tho houso, and the rooms
well heated by a furnace throughout the cold sea
son. Comfort guaranteed.
Apply to CIIAS. COLEMAN,
Over tho utoro of. Abell ft Co , 110 Broad st.
M, Enquirer Office.
STILL CONTINUED !
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
Dry Joods, Shoes, Hats, (Mil,
AT COST FOR CASH.
t goods in our lino will do well
>s of the oxtraordh ary opportuu
Peacock & Swift.
L. D. DEATON & SON,
No. MIG, Under llaukIn House.
W E havo removed to tho lnrgo and commodious
store ouo door above Messrs. Watt ft Walk*
Broad street, where wo have iu sturo aud aro rc
stautly receiving a large and well selected stock of
Staple Dry Goods
AND GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GL/SB,
TIN, WOOD AND HOLLOW WARE, STOVES, aud
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, fte.
Wo aro offering our goods at prices to suit tho
Union. Thankful for past patronage, we hope for
a continuance. Please call and examiuo our stock
Columbus, Oct. 19, 1873. deodawJm
DOORS, SASH, ETC.
Our Seventy Pa^e Illustra
ted Catalogue of
STAIK HAILS, NEWELS,
FANCY GLASS, Ac.,
M lilt .1 tu nnjr ono intprpAtoil tit building, on
r.n ijit of stamp.
H£0GH & THORNE,
344 k 350 CANAL STREET, *
Jyll dAtvly NEW YORK CITY.
Attorney a-t Law,
Blanks for the Granges.
B LANKS of every description constantly on
ORDERS KILLED FOR
nnd other titnteN.
Apply at the office of the Uoliibus Enqui
rer, by mail, or othorw ise. uovtSX tf
IN VINO VERITAS!
D U. MOFFETT has now on Hand, for Family
and Medicinal uses, a Fine Stock of Native
CATAWBA and CONCORD WINKS. They
Purer nnd Hotter than the greater part of the hi
FOR SALK AT PRICES TO SUIT HARD TIMES'
W. H. Robarts & Co.,
Who Invite the attentin of tho public to their
large aud complete stock, consisting of
(Charter Ouk and other first class patterns),
Grates, Hollow Ware, Wood
and Willow Ware,
SILVER rLATED AND 11HITNNIA GOODS,
Crockery & Class Ware,
Pocket and Table Cutlery
of our own importation.
Manufacturers of Tltf, COPPER AXI>
SHEET lltO.V’ WAKE of every description,
ftitr Prices iw fow m tho lowest.
J. M. Henxf.tt.
Southern Stove Works,
J. W. DENNIS & CO.
\\rEare manufacturing and
YY soiling at Wbolesal.. a
good assortment of STOVES,
GRATES, l lltC MOMS,
COUNTRY AN l» STOVE
Wo guarantee our goods in
•0Baniplo and Salesroom at
J. M. BENNETT ft CO.’S,
augSl d2taw4wf.ni) 131 Kroiul St.
WjgM (Opposite Suu Office)
W OULD respectfully invito tho attention of his
friends and customer* to his extensive
•Rock or KTOVES, HOLLOW AND STAMPED
WARE, HOUSK-FUUN1SIIING GOODS, Ac. Also,
TIN WARE, at wholesale und retail.
Roofing and Guttering
done promptly and iu tho best manner.
lie solicit* a call, fooling assured that ho cai
givo entile satisfaction.
Prico as low as the lowest. Come and boi
beforoyou buy. oct25 oodewtf
Guano Notice to
Co LU mu us, Ga., Oct. 1,1873.
rnilK nttoutlou of my customers is culled to tUn
I payment of their Notus, Liens aud other
obligations giv.-n for SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
with tho privilege of paying in Cotton at rate of
fifteen (15) cunts per lb lor Low Middlings.
Cotton will bo received by me and
all niy Agents in accordance with
contract until maturity of Much ob>
ligatioiiN. after which date thin |»riv.
liege xx ill ccanc.
Those owing less than a balo will ship the bale
to Columbus, Ga., and the buluucu will bo returned
to them at market price.
1 am now ready to
Deliver Soluble Pacific Guano
for Another Season
To my prompt paying customers.
Parties anticipating thoir Cotton Notes and
Lienrt will then by WAVE UISK OE LOKN
BY IT HE AND LOWS I.\ WEIGHT,
Arc., and are entitled to the l.enefit of uny excess
should price for fow middlings exceed filtouu (15)
cents at maturity of notes.
AiF* Eag'e and Pheuix money taken at par.
W. H. YOUNG,
A’«t Pacific Cuano Comp’y,
No. 12 Broad Street.
I am now delivering tnj well known
“Rust and Smut Proof”
J. W. 11YAN, Prop'r.
Frank Golden, Clerk.
Bar aud Billiard Saloon,
Under tuk Rankin House.
my21 djtwtf .1. W. RYAN, Prop»r.
R. H. PARK, Prop’r.
T. S. SPEAR, AGENT
for Non-Electro Plating,
rnr E best articlo ever introduced by tuo, nrlce
.1.; / per bottle, for Cleaning Silver ami Plated
Wait Try it. For sale at 99 Broad stieet, Singer
Sow • J Machine Depot. aplil tf
DOES NOT CHECK THE MALE OF
EUREKA LIVER MEDICINE.
nov22 [oct!9 d6m
Attention for Ten Days I
A PORTION of the Watches, Jewelry, aud
Clocks givou to me to repair, may now bo
id w ith me. Also, the unsettled accounts and
notes. My friends would do mo a favor to call,
settle aud take away their articles.
. T. P. SPEAR, Agent,
At J. II. ltrumhuir* Sewing Machine Agency,
novl J tf | 99 Brood ritt«H»t, Columbus, Ga.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
J. BH0DE3 BEOWNE, President. OEO. W. DILLINGHAM Cash!
GEORGIA HOME BANK
Bank of Discount and Deposit.
Deals in Exchange, Coin, Stocks and Bonds.
Drafts Collected, and prompt returns made.
THE GEORGIA HOME SU MS BANK
Offers the greatest inducements to those having idle f un j s
for which they want undoubted security, a liberal
interest, and prompt payment when required.
DEPOSITS of $1 and upwards received. Deposits can
be withdrawn in person or by check by those of our patron's
who live at a distance.
INTEREST allowed at Seven (7) Per Cent., compound,
ed January, April, July and October—four times a year
SECURITY.—By the terms of the Company’s charter
the entire capital and property of the Company and the
private property of tho Shareholders is pledged for the
obligations of the Savings Bank.
J. imODES BROWNE, Frost of thj Co. N. N. CURTIS, of Wells,Cnrtig A Co
L. T. DOWNING, Attornev-at-Baw
D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary of tho Co
JOSIAH MORRIS, Banker, Montc’v
JAS. F. BOZEMAN, CapitaliHt, Atlanta.
J. It. CLAPP, Manuf’tr, Clapp’s Factory
non. JOHN McILHENNY, Mayor.
JAMES RANKIN, Capitalist.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
R. McNEILL. G. W» ROSETTE. 8. E. LAWH0N
R. McNEILL & CO,
Real Eistate Agents,
121 Broad Street, Columbus, Ga.,
AVING formed a copartnership to conduct tho AUCTION AND COMMISSION
business, solicit a share of the public patronage.
HAVE NOW ON CONSIGNMENT,
UT, OATS, CORN, APPLES, POTATOES 1
Which is offered ut WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at prices that will be an
inducement to Cash Buyers. R. McNEILL & CO.
Columbus, Octobor 12th, 1S73. ilOm
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
C. M. KIN8KL.
WITTICH & KINSEI,,
Practical Watchmakers, Jewelers & Engravers
No. 67 Broad Street, Columbus, Ga.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKVEI.Br, STEHLINU SII.Vr.lt A PLATED WAKE,
All of the latest manufacturers.
Diamonds, Gold anil Sliver SpretsclcN aud Kye-Glussoh,
Gold and Sllvev Thimbles, Ladies’ nnd Gents* Chains,
l-laln ana fancy Uni,I mug* nr lieantirul worltinantliip. and tyery lorltli
of Article found in a First-Cluxx Jewelry Store.
Stencil Plates of every description out at short notice.
80LK AGENTS for tho celebrated Dlamoud Pebbled Spectacles and Eye-Glasses, and Agents for tho
Arundel Pebble Spectacles, which aro slightly colored, and in high favor with everybody using speeU-
cles or eye-glasscH.
Watch, Clock and Jewolry repairing iu all its branchos. Hair Jewelry, Society Badges, Diamond
PRATT’S COTTON OIVS
THE PLANTERS’ FAVORITE!
OU 1 ALL !
T HE nndersipned havinp completed anrangemonte for tho sale of the abovfl
COTTON GINS with G. W. Dillingham, the General Agont for thiH Hootfofo
would call attention to tho fact that thoy have on bund a fulll stock of
PRATT’S COTTON GItfS, ..
among them the 40-Saw Gin that took tho First Prize at our last Fair, beating » |
comptuitura and ginning 24G lbs. sood cotton in 17 minutes. Too much cannot b®
Raid in their praise.
HOLSTEAB & CO.,
Agricultural Implement and Seed Depot,
mh17 d&wtf 180 Broad Strkf.t, Ooltimbur, ID-
Bargains ! Bargains !!
and Fancy Dry Goods at Panic Prices 1
WILL, O.V AND AFTHIt TO-MOBIIOW, Of PER I1EU KNTIRK STOCK Of
MILLINERY AND FANCY DRY GOODS FOR CASH,
AT PANIC PRICES !
i respect fully Inritod tu rail and judge f<
themselves. AH goods tuUSt D** I m
(Columbus, Ga., Nov. 19tb,