W. A. HUFF, n*>or.
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;V 'J: , " ’ H. Waoornstkin.
•' A- MrJUwm ;;;c\i y Attorney.
v. O. Bacon, I’itV Pliyalcaii.
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n A c E .Fust Lieutenant.
. / f A ' LOK ’ Sfciid Lieutenant.
u’"\ u’lTn 1 ’ i'Uirit Lieutenant.
, !' Kinnev’ House Keeper.
l. 1 ....Street Overseer.
hiLUABi) Ciißituv oitys „ x ton.
•' K - !'!* o'.'J .". .Magazine Keener.
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llnti.i'torj lo all.
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Pahticulah N otic*.— Tin proprietors of
tliis paper will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by any persons connected with tins
otliee unless by special agreement Ihe notes
or other papers upon Un* individual im uiner>
of the llrui will not tie tnuied tor unless en
dorsed bythellrm. Parties wi.l do well to re
meinber this. lr
Notic*.—This is to notify all parties tliut
Mr. Tyler Southall is no longer an Agent for
this office, and lias no connection with it what
Sept. 17 11
At Auction.— See the noticeof 0. K. Besore
in to-day issue. Now is your chance
Furniture,—See notice headed For Sale. A
New Cotton Puess. —Messrs. Conner and
Bostick have the most substantial Cotton
Press in this country.
Mahkikij.—ln this city, on the evening oftl.e
loth inst , by Rev. Father Basin, Mrs. Fannie
Griggs to Mr. Thomas Blake, all of this city.
Foil Senator.— Tlie Radical party nomina
ted F- E- Meiglian for Senator lrom this Dis
trict. They held a meeting last night at the
City Hall for that purpose.
Another Cremona. —We have often heard
of the “cornstalk fiddle and the shoe-string
tow,” but we never saw-, until this morning, a
fiddle made of a gourd. It was erected .n the
Cremona order of architecture by a lad named
Johnnie Grant, on Windsor Hill, of a gourd,
the butt end of a broomhandle, a cigar box,
and cat gut. It is labeled “Johnno Granto
Cremona year 1” and Is a first-rate specimen of
what can be done with a little of nothing. It
is on exhibition at Brown & Co’s.
Another Show.— That old veteran, John
Robinson, has been spending a mint of money
on liis show, and now sends it forth as a colos
sal affair. There is no humbug about John.—
Whatever he says he’ll do, it is done. He lias
a good show, and his fricuds in this section are
confined to hundreds, t ome on, old fel., we
are waiting for you.
Personal.—Wo had calls yesterday from
Mr. W. H. Harrison, of the Lumpkin Indepen
dent, Mr. J. B. Christian, of the Lumpkin Tel
egraph, and Mr. T. C. Braisell, of the Savan
nah Republican. We are always pleased to re
ceive calls from our brethren of the presa, and
hope that when they stop in the city they will
give us a call.
Assault with Intent to Murder. —The
case af Robert Sinclair and Fred Richardson,
charged with assault and attempt to com
mit murder, came up before Justice Sprinz,
at 3 o’clock, yesterday afternoon. Col. Ruth
erford for the prosecution, and A. Proudfit,
Esq., for the defence.
Robert Sinclair was admitted to bail in the
sum of SSOO. Fred Richardson gave bail in the
sum of SIOOO. The case is set down for 3
o’clock, Saturday next.
Solomon Thomas, the young man whom
these boys assaulted, has so far recovered as to
appear in court.
The First Ward Democratic Club.—This
club held a meeting last night.
Thirty-five new members were added to the
The Committee on Constitution, through
their chairman, Mr. Tyler Southall, made a re
port which was adopted.
Mr. W. R. Phillips, who, at the laßt meeting
was elected President of the club, notified the
club of his inability to serve in that capacity,
but signified his purpose to serve the organiza
tion in every possible way.
Mr. T. U. Conner was elected President, vice
Mr. E. It. Richards was elected Assistant
Other business was transacted, but nothing
•f general interest.
Pendleton & Ross.—The new stock will be
coming In that Mr. Pendleton has been pur
chasing. We understand they will shortly re
ceive the finest stock of chromos in the State.
In addition to their stock of books of all kinds,
stationery, fancy articles, etc., they will keep
a full supply of first-class magazines and pa
pers. They hayc to-day the New York Ledger
—the great story paper—and Frank Leslie’s
unequaled magazine. The new laws are for
sale by them. They are working hard, and de
serve the good patronage they are receiving.
They have our thanks for Frank Leslie and the
Bchool of Reform.— His Honor, W. A.
A lovely crowd assembled this morning to
witness the ceremonies of this court.
An old disorderly case was dismissed.
Calvin Grant shipped Katie Allen and paid
$o and costs for the privilege, and Katie antes
up $2 and costs for letting fly a few cuss
Maria Allen endeavored to get up a fuss with
a sick ’oman, and she will dive into her pock
ets for 15 and costs.
Johnson Thomas, for not putting in an ap
pearance to deny the charge of being drunk,
will pay $lO and costs.
A little cussing scrape was dimissed
I-Int of Consignees CL R. R.
Sept. 18 & 19, 1872.
RiVe X 15 Zanders & Bon, George R
‘ “ W ? rkß - W P Carlos, Putzel £ja-
ClicrVv * Str ?^ cl S’ Geo T Roge-'*’ Sons, J II
W A Baretleld & co, W T Morgan,
co Vj C a < ;2* Mack Bro8 ’ J W Burke &
WW WoodnT u m ; th * Nussbaum, L Hub,
„ J !' Jones, Singleton, Hunt <fe
co, Daly & Bro, R W Jemison, J II Zeilin &
r ’R 8 w m n, Ur ’,i Ilneley * Mrß p E Bowdre,
Kiffherford.' dlam ° Ud J C
Rice Birds and Oysters.—The public are
hi urmcd that Don Carlos serves up every day
at hU restaurant, on Mulberry etreet, Rice
will d and o yßterß - Thosc foDd of K°° d cat.ng
will do well to call. v ,- 8
The Fall Campaign.
This i the season for those indispensable
luxuries, the chills. Chills are a household
blessing, and no rei>ecUble family should go
without at least one for a month at a time.
They are the only tilings Hint bring out promi
nently a man’s true nature. Be he amiable or
ill-tempered, chills are guaranteed to bring it
ont. “An ounce of preventive being worth a
pound of euro," our drug men have laid in a
good stock of medicines, not only to squelch
the festive ch ill, but to cure nearly all the “ills
that tlesli ia heir to.” Therefore, without In
sinuating in the least that Macon is not a
healthy locality, we class our druggists ns pre
paring for the Fall campaign. \\ hilst some of
their medicines are not quite so nauseas us
Grant's Ki-elecUun would tie, wo console our
selves with till’ fact tliut by a proper use of the
“ounce of prevention,” we may ho able to es
cape the nauseating effects of both medicine
and Grant's election. Atany rale, “it is a con
summation devoutly to be wished.”
Being near our office, we first give
UR. JOHN INGALLS
A call. The Dr. occupies the corner store of
Hollingsworth's Block, and does a good busi
ness The Dr. lias n host of friends, for lie is
a model gentleman. His stuck of drugs are
complete and pure. 11l his prescription depart
ment ho alone superintends in person.
We then strike the drug store of
DR. I*. U. WRIGHT,
\\ In. keeps just under the Brown House. 11l
this house we find Dr. O. Danfortli, the dis
eove er of the best dentifrice in the world—
Dan I'm Hi’s Sanative Dentifrice.
Going down the street, we step into the drug
store of our old friend,
1)R. S D, KVEKRT.
Though not kept on so large a scale as some of
tlie up-town tiouses, the Dr. has always a full,
supply of drugs and medicines. He attends in
person to his prescription department, and
with his valuable assistant, Norman Brunner, is
always ready, day and night, to serve Ids cus
Going back up town, wc first strike the ex
tensive establishment of
HUNT, RANKIN A LAMAR:
located in the heart of Cherry street. Perhaps
no house In all the State of Georgia does a
larger or a more satisfactory business. While
the city trade is attended to in its minutest de
tails, it sells drugs, medicines and everything
appertaining to its line, at wholesale. It is
known throughout Central Georgia as one of
the great established institutions of the city of
.1. H. ZKILIN & co.
Passing up Cherry, the next drug store in
order is tliut of J. 11. Zeilin & Cos. This house
has gained u world wide fame through its chief
specialty, Simmons’ Liver Regulator. But
aside from this “household word” it always
lias a full stock of everything demanded by the
retail or the wholesale trade. The “old wood
en drug store” is as familiar to our every day
life as is the “old iron bound bucket” song.
ROLAND B. HALL.
On the square above, in the west front of Tri
angular Block, the pedestrian finds the glitter
ing establishment of Roland B. Hall, and in it
ho will upon inquiry obtain that kept in almost
any other drug house in the city.
GEO. H. PATNE.
The birth of this house and its recollections
go back to a period “whereof the memory
of man runneth not to the contrary.” It is
on the corner of Mulberry and Cotton avenue.
Dr. Payne is one of our most respected citizens,
as he is known to he a perfect master of the
business he follows, so far as science lias as yet
Science is thought to be in its infancy, even
at this day, in regard to compounding and ad
ministering medicines to tlie human family. A
hundred years hence what is known to-day will
perhaps he as obsolete as the practice of a cen
tury ago. But still what is now known is by no
means valueless for all that. We have in Ma
con apothecaries who are masters of their pro
fes-ion, and upon their shelves the physician
and the citizen will find almost any remedy tlie
thousand ailments of the human body calls for.
Shooting affair. —This morning, nbout
half past eleven o’clock, a pistol shot was heard
in the vicinity of Plant’s corner. Upon inves
tigation, the facts are these: There seemed to
be some trouble concerning money advanced
to Mr. P. G. Sawyer by Mr. Robert H. Plant,
and this morning Mr. Sawyer went into Plant’s
banking house, and while there a difficulty
arose. A few heated words, and a knife was
drawn by Sawyer and an attempt made to cut
Plant, who, in self-defence, it is Btated, procur
ed a pistol. This caused Sawyer to run, and
while about midway the street, going in the
direction of Ross & Coleman’s, Plant fired.—
Just as the pistol was discharged, Sawyer ran
against a wagon, and the ball entered the back
of the neck, inflicting a painful, but by no
means dangerous wound. The wagon prevent
ed a fatal affair.
Mr. Plant immediately gave himself up,
whilst the wounded man was cared for by Dr.
We sincerely regret the occurrence, small as
it is, as both gentlemen are well known here,
and good citizens. As to who was wrong, we
are not informed, and forbear comment until
the real facts are given.
Rkoistuation.—Registration for the election
upon the amended city charter, closed at 6
o’clock, yesterday. The following is the result:
First Ward 137 89
Second Ward 220 172
Third Ward 142 100
Fourth Ward 217 109
Total 710 696
Grand total 1312
The following are the majorities in the sev
First Ward 48
Second Ward 48
Third Ward 24
Fourth Ward 48
Total 144 24
Total white majority 120
Ilronn Hotel Arrivals.
For 24 Hours preceding 12 M. To-day.
Freeman Moore, Dublin, Ga.; D Solomon,
Gordon,Ga.;R II Dunn.W A Nelson,Jonesboro’
H B Bnrnett, Va.; L A Stokes, Lee co. Ga.;
C B Prown, Hawkiusville: E M Taylor, Pbila
delphia; Ben II Calef, St Louis; B M Wheeler,
Dr Westbrook, Americus; F W Sims, James J
McGowan, It J Courtney, Sav.; J J Harmon,
Boston, Ga.; It H Cobb, Cuthbert; J C Sey
mour, Lumpkin, Ga.; J T Heard, J M Stubbs,
N V; J M Alexander, Dawson; A T Mclntyre,
.Jr Wm McLendon, Thomasville, Ga.; G W
Mathews, Barr.esville, Ga.; A McClintock, C
C hkellinan, Ky.; C V Morris, Fort Gains, Ga.;
A J Cherry, Thosmaston, Ga.; L W Dußois,
Ga.; J D McPhail, A J Jackson, J G Devote!,
Columbus, L H Alexander & son, Houston co
James R Crown, NY.; AM Miller, Mrs Mil
ler, Milledgeville; B E Crane, Atlanta; R. U
J W Feagan,D W Mawood, W CSnead Albany;
G A Henderson, Baltimore; E Fields, Cairo.
Notary public and ex-officio jus
tice OF THE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. Proudtlt,
over the store of Jaques <fc Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
Mil of LeKere Hriuuining In
OlUee ill .llneou, Wept. 19, IWTtI.
A—Aabell, 8 F; Aura Mias Bailie; Amuat,
Joe; Adams, Stephen; Andrews, Mlsa Kutc;
Adams, Richard; Anderson, E M; Alexander,
H- Black, Mrs Lizzie; Barfield, J 8; Black,
Mrs Lizzie; Horn, Mrs John M; Bacon. Tims
B; Benton, Mrs Ann B; hlawenstein, Solomon;
Bowers, J W; Brown, Mlsa Ella; Bryant, W li;
Bradshaw, A C; Bradshaw, J N; Braswell, Mrs
Josephine; Boss, Miss llettle; Butler, J K;
Brown, WT; Brown, J aliens L.
<)—Cargill, J 8; Chambers, John A; Clem
ens, Solomon; Clark, Miss Fannie; Corbiek,
Mrs Maggie; Cochrane, Miss Bethiah.
I>—Diiffey, W J; Hath, Magnus; Duncan,
Eddie, Dies, Joseph; Dupre, Austin; Davis,
Christv, Days it Moore.
—Ellis, 11 J; Elkins, P N: Kbblus, Josh
ua; Edgerly, Si J; Ellis, Eddie, Eleager.
iF—Fitch, F 8; Futchum, Mrs Laura, For
ester, Clias A; Ford, Hager
(j—Geasley, Klein; Garfield, C J; Glason,
W W; Gunn, W C; Green, Mrs Virginia;
Green, Martini; Griffin, J F.
II —Hudson, F; llouau, II M; liorron, J II;
llolsenlinke, W II; Hammond, Al'reil (col);
Holmes A co, .las li; Hardeman, John 1.(8);
llariod, Mrs V I.; Harris, Miss Lulu; Hancock,
C J; Harrison, Edward.
J —Johnson, Miss Comm; Johnson, Miss
Julia; Jackson, Mrs Laura,
la Kent, SJ; Kelly, Mrs AK C.
I,— Latlnop, W 11; Latson, W TANARUS; I.ewis,
Miss Eliza; Livingston, Frank (col); Lively,
Mrs- Misan; Little, Miss Emma; Lyon, Mrs
Ruth; Lockwood, Mrs Alice; Locket, Moses.
Vl—Murcy, Morris II (8); Mansfield, J; Mc-
Gee, James; Molsbv, Miss Lucy; Marcus, M;
Moone, Richard; Mathews, Mrs Malissa; McA
fee. Mrs Miller; McDonald, Neill A; McGregor,
A 8; Miles, Abel; Mitchell, Mrs Julia; Moses,
W B; Morrison, Parker.
HI —Nisbet, Frank Le C (3); Newman, Miss
Ella M; Nixon, Mrs Eliza.
11—Oncul, Mrs Elizabeth A.
P—Perkins, Miss Emilia; Perkins, Mrs F;
Parker, Win A; Pearson, Rev J; Plant, Rev W;
H—Radford, Do.lv; Kei.l, Ellen (col); Reece,
Cutty (eol); Ri.liy, Delia Ann; Riley, Mrs M
Lou; Rutherford, V; Rudwell, Aaron.
W—Banders, M; Belireen, H R; Bliaw, J B;
Simmons, Rev J R; Slokum, David; Btaflord,
Mrs Mary Ann; Smith, R W; Smith, E H;
Smith, W TANARUS; Smith Duncan; Smith, Mis Lillie.
'l'—Taylor, Miss Ida; Taylor, Mrs M E.
tV—Woodward, John; Wilson, J 8; Wilson,
F C; Willis, Clay; Wilson, Kphrlam; Williams,
Asa; Wilson, Mrs Sarah; White, Miss Annie A;
Wood, Miss Martini; Wright, Miss Emma;
Watson, Harry L.
Letters held for Postage.
Ike Gussman, Atlanta; Dick Armstrong
(col) Cartersvllic; Miss Hettie A Phillips,
Huntsville, Ala; Mrs Jefferson Taylor, Craw
Letters insufficiently prepaid and held
Rev Beuj Johnson (4) 88c.; Joe Harrison,
Central It R, (3) 80c.; 1. J Thomas (1) Se.; R
II Hutchings (1) tie.; Salmon Stewurd (1) 3c.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
Hail)- llcvicw of the Market.
Office Macon Daily Enterprise, )
September 19—8 o’clock, P. M. j
Cotton. —Report for 34 hours, since 3 P. M.
yesterday. Sold 838 bales ; shipped 4-40 bales.
Received 280 bales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1872
Received last 84 hours 280
Received previously 3,804 — 3,144
Total receipts 3,55 G
Snipped last 84 hours 440
Shipped previously 1,750 2,205
Stock on hand this evening 1,351
Market firm 17a17%c.
The Morning Markets.
New York, Sept. 19—10 a. m.— Gold 13%.
Spot cotton quiet; ordinary 16%; good ordi
nary 19; low middlings 19%; middlings 20%;
good middlings 21%. Futures qniet; Sept
19 3-16; Oct. 18%; Dec. 1811-16. Sales futures
last evening 3650. Sterling B@9.
2p. m.—Gold 114%. Futures quiet. Sales
18,250; Sept. 19%; Oct. 18 9-16; Nov. 18 9-16;
Dec. 18%; Jan. 19%; Feb. 19%; March 203-10.
Liverpool, Sept. 19—4.30 p. in.—Cotton
heavy; sales 12,000; speculation 4000; middling
uplands 9%; middling Orleans 9%@10.
Not So. —We are requested to state that
Ullronnn is not a candidate for the Legislature,
but will continue to keep on hand Cincinnati
Lager Beer, Seltzer water and Rhine wine.
Those lunches are excellent. Isaacs House
Mocking Birds.—Admirers of this bird will
bear in mind that Carlos is agent for Hicks’
Prepared Bird Food, which is the best ever
Card Photographs $2.50 per dozen at Brown’s
Farrar’s Electric —Warranted to cure tlie
following diseases or money refunded: Dlp
theria, Neuralgia, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Diurrh.c and Rheumatism if not of too long
Farrar’s Ague Cure—Warranted to cure
in three days or money refunded. For sale by
Hunt, Rankin & Lamar,
93-171 Wholesale Agents.
Portraits for $20.00, No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
Life Life Size Pictures painted for SSO, at
Riddle’s old stand, No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
Baby Pictures neatly executed at No. 8 Cot
Money required when tlie negative is made,
at No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
AND HEADING ROOM.
H. SIEDENBURG, Proprietor.
SITUATED in tlie basement of Huff’s new
building, Cherry Street.
Twenty-five or thirty Illustrated, Literary
and Political newspapers, both English and
German, constantly kept on hand.
L. U INC II
at all hours ever day. 98 149
1 000 TIERCES nKBT lari> -
100 BAGS RIO COFFEE.
1,000 BARRELS FLOUR.
50 BOXES PATENT OLIVE SOAP.
50 BOXES CREAM UHEESF..
150 BOXES ASSORTED CRACKERS
50 TIERCES CHOICE HAMS.
Mackerel, Salt, Molasses,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.
BROWN’S NAILERY !
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
l ’RESH ST< )CK !
SIGN OF THE.“COLDEN [HOC.”.
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Have now in (dore a fresh Stock of Goods, and invite the attention of the Public.
100,000 pounds BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS, direct from the Packers.
25 tierces of tlie genuine “MAGNOLIA” HAMS.
20 tierces PURE LEAF LARD.
5,000 bushels WHITE AND MIXED CORN.
2 CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT.
500 Roils BAGGING, weighing 2%'poun.ls to the Yard.
•ARR OW” r r I ICS,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
25 Bags Choice RIO COFFEE.
50 Bids. SUGAR of various graeds.
Choice WESTERN HAY, fresh Water Ground MEAL, WHEAT liltAN, LIVERPOOL and
We have now a good Stock, and respectfully invite tlie attention of all who desire to pur
chase goods in our line.
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed to our customers.
Please call on us at
63 Third Street, Macon, Ga., Sip ef tlie “Geliea Hoe,”
Change of !Schednle.
ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE
Office Macon and Auousta Railroad, 1
Macon, May 18, 1872. j
ON and after Sunday, May 19, 1872, and un
til further notice, the trains on tills Koud
will run as follows:
DAT TRAIN —DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
Leave Augusta 11.00 A. M.
Leave Macon O ik) a. m.
Arrive at Augusta 2.45 p. M.
Arrive at Macon 7.40 p. m.
(if* Passengers leaving Macon at 8.80 a. m.
make close connection at Camak with day pas
senger trains on the Georgia Railroad for At
lanta and all points West; also, for Augusta,
with trains going North, and with trains for
Charleston; also, for Athens, Washington, and
all stations on the Georgia Itailroai'
Tickets sold and baggage cbfct ucd to all
points North, both by rail and by steamships
24 ly 8. K. JOHNSON Suo’t.
Wesleyan Female College,
rpHE Thirty-fifth Annual Session begins OCJ
JL TO lIEK 7, 1872.
The entire expense, per annum, of a Hoard
ing Pupil, who takes no extra study, is $215 00,
exclusive of books.
No extra charge for Vocal Music, Calisthen
ics or Elementary Drawing.
For Catalogues containing full information,
address Rev. E. 11. MYERS, D.D., President,
or C. W. SMITH,
l(ft-155 Secretary Faculty.
~ T H. COX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ralston Hull Hullding,
CHERRY STREET, MACON, GGORGIA.
CL H. IIOWAHI),
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offle at entrance of Ralston Hall, Oierry street.
fifAll business will receive prompt atten
Change of Schedule.
MACON AND WESTERN It. R. CO., I
Macon, Ga., June 14, 1878. f
ON and aftar Sunday June 18th, tlie follow
ing schedule for Passenger Trains, will
he observed on tills road :
Leave Macon 8:50 a. m.
Arrive at Macon 7:30 A. M.
Leava Atlanta 2:00 a. m.
Arrive at Atlanta 8:15 p. m.
Leave Macon... 10:00 p. m.
Arrive at Macon 9:25 p. M.
Leave Atlanta 4:00 p. u.
Ai rive at Atlanta 0:00 A. M.
7:30 A. M. and 9:85 p. M. Trains make close
connections nt Macon with Central Railroad
for Savannah arid Augusta, and with South
western Railroad for points In Southwest Geor
gia. 8:15 p. m and 0.00 a. m. trains connect
at Atlanta witli Western and Atlantic Railroad
Tor points West. A. J. WHITE,
Mrs. T. B. Ford s School
For Young Ladies,
WILL lie reopened on MONDAY, Septem
ber 30th inst., at the residence, corner
College street and Cotton avenue. The bouse
has been thoioughly repaired and renovated,
and every means will he used to promote tlie
comfort, us well as advancement, of her pupils.
TERMS—Per Month, invarluhly in advance:
English $7 00
French—At Instructor’s prices.
Applications for admission and particulars
may be made to Dr. T. B Ford, at his Drug
Store, comer Cotton avenue and College street.
ALL persona indebted to the estate of Jacob
Gloss, deceased, will please come forward
and settle with Valentine Kahn, Administra
tor, and all who have any claims against said
estate will please present them to the under
signed for settlement.
131-157 VALENTINE KAHN.
WE return thanks to tlie citizens of South
west Macon for your increased patron
age, especially In the line of prescriptions, ami
promise you that vim shall have our whole at
A X>BtrC STOBE
Is gicully needed In out part of the city. You
shall have every advantage in
I*l 111 TV IV IHII 4. Si.
I* It (Ml l*T \ I TI’.VI’IO V.
DAY GI! MG I IT,
l b and can be afforded by any house in the city.
The ladies are Invited to examine our
Come all, and we will please you if possible.
FRESH DRUGS UECISIVEDEVKRY MONTH
N. 14. EVERETT,
134 159 Fourth Street, near Arch.
WHITE ROCK POTASH
J£Y THE POUND.
MOUNTAIN BYE WHISKY!
PUREST WHISKY FOR MEDICAL PURPO
PURE FRENCH HItANEY,
PORT, SHERRY and
FIRE PROOF LA ill I* CHIMNEYS !
Tlip Host iiml Cheapest Cigars
EVER OFFERED IN MACON.
STREET CAR TICKETS,
FOUR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Prescriptions accurately compounded at the
Drug Store of
ROLANI) It. HALL,
118 tf Cor. Cherry Bt. und Cotton Avenue.
Savannah Steamship Line.
SAILING DAYS—THEIOTII 20TH andßoTll
OF EACH MONTH.
I OW rates of freight and insurance. First-
Xj china passenger accommodations. Order
your goods shipped by “Boston anil Savannah
Steamship Line,” and avoid all delay anil extra
handling. lUCHAUDSON & BARNARD,
Agent, Savannah, Ga.
F. NICKERSON & CO., Agents,
J. A. MERCIER,
153 HAY NTDIiIiT,
Bet. WUtuker and Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.
All orders will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of all kinds respectfully solicited.
boit & mckenzie.
Cotton and Commission
IOH liny Nlrcet, Kiivnnnnli, Ga.
MEYER, COHEN & CO..
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Boots and Shoes,
IN llroughton N(.,Nnvannnli,Ga
Merchant# supplied at New York Market
A. H. ALDEIH A BltO.,
IleulerH in Fruits, Fish mill Produce,
No. 95 Bay St., Savuumdi, Ga.
Orders promptly attended to. 131 -209
inPOHTIiIt OF CROCKERY,
Gliisswarr anil China,
Anil Dealer In House Furnishing Goods,
142 Congress and 141 Bt. .Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, GA. 131-209
KIRKSEY & SCOTT,
Kelley’H Block, Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
Liberal advancements made on consign merits.
F. W. SIMS & CO:,
Codon Factor* and General
Bagging and Ties supplied at market prices.
Advances made on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. 131-209
A. 11. CHAMPION. OEO. C. TURKMAN.
4 IIAMIMO.V A FREEMAN,
Corner Bay and Drayton Streets,
SAVANNAH, GA, 181-209
1.. N. WHITTLE. o*o. W. OUSTIN.
YVIIITTI.iI A ‘HIJIOTNf,
ATTORNEYS, Ac.. AT LAW,
NO. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
Ahmanii L. Butts. Ei.oar A. Hess.
COAL AND WOOD.
WE are ready to fill orders at reduced rates
for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK and HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at tlie office of A. G. Butts, at
store of winshlp it Callaway, or at yard M. ,t
W. R. R., will receive prompt attention.
114 193 BUTTS & ROSS
ARE IN FULL BLAST FOR THE
50 Kits New Mess and No. 1 Mackerel.
10 Quintals Large White (summer cured)
215 Ulils. Fresh Table Potatoes.
15 llbls. Silver Skin Whltcand Red Onions.
20 Tierces Four Acenud Magnolia Hums.
1,000 Lbs. l’ig Strips (for Breakfast).
43,172% Lbs. Wiley's XXXX. (and all the beat
brands from the Georgia Mills). Flour
in Bhls., Half Bbls., Whole, Half and
75 Firkins, Tubs, Buckets, und Pails of
Martin’s “Gilt Edge” Butter.
65 llnds., Bills, and Half Bids. Ntw Or
leans A. Ex. C., Crushed, Powdered,
and Pat. Cut Loaf Sugars.
34,587 Su gars from Cuba and Massachusetts, (all
made to smoke.)
Brandies, Whiskies, Gin, Rum and Wines of
Our stock of TOII IFFO is one of the
largest in the South. “BILLY” TOTTEN lias
got tlie manufactory of N. C. and Va. at his
ohlillii;/. Wc challenge honest competition in
quality and prices. Money or good acceptan
ces will get tlie best of attention at
GREER, LAKE & CO.’S,
Comer Cherry and Third Sts., Macon, Ga.
Office Gun. Tick’t Aot., M. & B. R. H. Cos., i
August 13, 1878. j
ON anil after tlie above dute, return tlckcls
to Savannah und Brunswick can he had at
tlie Ticket Office af General Passenger Shed,
tic kets good until Ist November.
lOlitf E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt
R. U. IVIiIOLEY. WM. A. CnFKRY.
B. H. WRIGLEY & CO.,
Genera! Cwiuiiissin Merchants,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
00 A 08 SECOND BRTEET,
138tf Macon. Ga.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A DESIRABLE house,nearer new, situated
on Troup llill, with four rooms and two
basement rooms below, with kitchen and u
good well of water and half uero of land. If
sold, the terms are part cash and balance in
monthly instalments, also a Three room house
with kitchen for sale on same terms ns above.
Apply at the warerooms of Guernsey, Bar
trilljl A: Hendrix, Blake’s Block, or at the Dixie
Works. T. GUERNSEY.
A l’ l l’. vno’v !
ALL Insurance Agents doing business in
the city are requested to call at this office,
make returns and pay a tax of 2 1 ,j per cent, on
their receipts to Hept. 1. By order of Council.
Cl IAS. J. WILLIAMSON,
Gaernsey, Bartrnm & Hendrix,
BUILDEKS SUPPLY STOKE,
llluke's Mlocli, Poplar Street,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Nunli, Hours, lllinds, Frames,
IlracketM, Newel Posts,
IluluNterM,* fluntles, Etc., Etc.
Carpenter Tools, I-ocks, Nails, lllnges,
l’alnts, Oils, Glass and Putty, Ete.
UONTKAUTOItS for BUILDING.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST.
JAiiUS 11. BLOUNT. ISAAC UAlt DEM AN.
■ILOIJiNT A II IHIIE.UAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.f~\FFICE, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry
l ) street. 40-800_
To the lluslness Hen ol' .Uncoil.
THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulates exclusively in Dougherty, Mitchell,
Lee, Baker and Worth Counties.
|-vjT The wealthiest Cotton growing section
of Georgia. .J&l
Is the best Advertising Medium In Southwest
CAREY W. STYLES, Proprietor.
Agricultural and Mrclianical
ASSOCIATION OF GEOKGIA,
WILL commence at their Fair Grounds at
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1872,
And continue six days.
The central Railroad passes by the grounds.
For Premium Listor information, address
J. If. ESTILL, Secretary,