" , |,UP , l '. 1 \ bv y persona connected with tI.U
contracted “? “ n 'jJ ia i up-cement The notes
office unhaa by U v u\uh1 member*
olll ' r l* I ' l mi uot | K . truth'll for unit'** eu
ffi W'lrm. IMrlle. "HI *l*. -ell to r*
\otio.—ThU l* to notify .11 U ‘‘“
VI,. lylerBoutUll is no u “ A f‘ ,,t 1 ,
i„,s oC am. has no ronnretlo" will, It whut
ever t tf
I';,;! Jlapti" < /mreA-PreMhiug at J*". ■
M ,iml s i-. m. by the P*tor, Rev. "> ”• Mc
Imosli. Sunday School at 9a. v.
i:„-l Moron lhp'lxt .Vf*f"W—At old depot.
Service* tit S’-.' a. m. . , ,
11. ,/vr 7/W ftipfjf l/iinumi—Sunday-Se.uXil
„l :i .e M C. W. Kill*. Superintendent.
y„-.l Strrrt rhMirh .V, ’.v atkin lHcks will
preach morning and event:,* at K,r*t Street
Honrs of Servil e 10 I 2 and So'ehu k
I'huirh. —Pn-ashing at ML, v. m ntt.l
S', r. vi -h-rvift" ui n-.o ' house, tear of
Kiittllttv’* Fi-uiitlrv. it’ , e
Mhllm rij/ St (7inr<7i. Preaching ut 10% v. st.
tiNti S’., iv vt , by i lie pastor, Rw .1. ** Bnineh.
CkoWKI) Oi l —Several urlieh" crowded
out to day _
t stut. Getv mi Saturday night reading;
at Uro vtt .V Go's. Ihe shoe wl l He leen
morrow us usual.
Voi no Amkuica.—Members of this vein
yatty will bear In mind that there will ho u
meeting held on .Vlonduy night, lor the trans
action of important business.
Meeting op the Second Ward Mr. John
G. Dcitz has requested the Democrats of the
and Ward to hold a meeting to-night at the city
Hall for the purpose of organizing a club. Let
there be a full tum out.
Tue Special Election.—lt should not be
forgotton that the election for acceptance or
rejection of the new charter takes place next
Monday, beginning at 8 o’clock in the morning
and closing at ti P. M - The public at large
seem to have lost nearly all interest in the
matter, as little or nothing lias been said about
See to It. —The attention of those interest
ed is called to tlie notice of Captain William
son in another column. Ilis orders are posi
tive, and those subject to the resolution in the
advertisement should immediately comply and
save trouble and expense.
Athens, Ga., Sept. IS, 1872.
Editor Etitt-rpri.ie: Has your paper stopped ?
I have bad no copy in three or four days. It
comes so irregularly thatlget butlittle benefit
from it There must be a screw loose between
here and Macon, as letters and papers are near
ly as long coming through as from New York.
Can’t you have it remedied ?
Yours truly, ••
The above paper is sent from this oiilee reg
ular}’. We hope our efficient postmaster will
work up the case and remedy the difficulty.
The Convention To-day.
Pursuant to a call from Col. Hardeman, the
Democracy of Bibb county assembled in Con
vention at the City Hall, this morning, at 11
o’clock. Col. Hardeman called the meeting to
order, and stated the object of calling them to
gether was to appoint six delegates to a con
vention, yet to be called, to nominate a candi
date for Congressman to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of lion. T. J. Speer, and to elect
three candidates for the Legislature from this
On motion of Clifford Anderson, Esq., Mr.
J. W. Stubbs was called to the chair.
On motion of John A. McManus, Esq., Mr.
Cltas. E. Dumour was requested to act as sec
Col. Hardeman offered the following resolu
tion which was unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That every person who now ami
iatos with, or will act with the Democratic par
ty in the approaching election, without refer
ence to previous party association, be cordially
invited to participate In this meeting.
On motion, six delegates were appointed to
represent Bibb county in the coming conven
tion : Chas. J, Harris, Cicero A. Tbarpe, E.
Crockett, W. R. Phillips, H. Dreyfons.
Messrs. A. O. Bacon, Chas. A. Nutting and
John B. Ross were nominated for the Legisla
ture. Mr. Ross withdrew, and Messrs. Bacon
and Nutting were elected by acclamation.
The convention then proceeded to ballot for
the third candidate.
Messrs.; W. 11. Cason, W. C. Cleveland and
A. M. Lockett were nominated.
The following is the result of the balloting:
On motion, Mr. Lockett’s nomination was
The following committee was appointed to
inform the candidates of their nomination :
Messrs. J. B. Weems, R. W. Jemison, Cicero
Mr. Bacon being loudly called for, took the
sbmd and addressed the convention in a few
seasonable, sensible and forcible remarks. He
explained his position on the road and charter
question, and concluded in a few words eulo
gistic of Colonel Thomas J. Simmons. The
speech set himself, his brother representatives
and Colonel Simmons right before the people
and they manifested their appreciation of the
ability of their Representatives and Senators
by loud and frequent applause.
The Gbeat Circds.—This great institution
will exhibit here on or about October Ist, on
the grounds fronting the Park. We take the
following from the Savannah News :
“The exhibitions of this combination were
largely attended yesterday afternoon and last
night, and everybody appeared to be satisfied
that they their money’s worth. Among
the attractions in the menagerie is a magnifi
cent lioness, with a brace of whelps six weeks
old. There are also among the collection of
animals two litters of young lions, aged respec
tively nine and sixteen months. A curious fact
in regard to lions raised in this country is, that
they can never be made as gentle and as docile
as those captured in their native wilds. Wegi
this from Herr Lcngel, as he proved his asser
tion! by experimenting with the half-grown
whelps for our edification yesterday. They dis
plays much more spite and fierceness than the
Cider beasts- The Bengal tiger—a splendid
specimen, by the way—was imported by Col.
Ames. He is Lengel’s pet, and appearsj to be
very fond of his master. Those who saw Lcn
gel enter the den of trained animals yesterday,
observed that, although he used his whip un
sparingly on the duma and leopards, he never
once strnek the tiger. They are on the beat of
The performance in the ring was very satis
factory with one exception, namely, the at
tempt of one of the equestrians to ride a bare
back hurdle act The riding of Carroll was
good, and the performance of his little three
year old prodigy, Master Dolly Varden Car
roll, simply wonderful. The tumbling was
good, the posturing excellent, the trapeze act
thrilling, and BO on the end. ’’
I,l*l of Cuusignet's 4’. K. It.
Sept. IJ, 1873.
D Flanders AB, Rogers A B, Titos Wood,
J L Jones, Seymour Tinsley it Cos. (1 Horud.
Truman A Green, Roan A t, * Hurkc &
Cos. J H Zetiin A Cos. G R Parker, Singleton
Hunt A Cos. Geo Begffl, JPutaell A J, \V 1
Carlos, D Dalv A B, Mrs F Dessau, H A Hop.
son A Cos C 0 halcom A Cos. J Buttes & J, A
Barnett, Mrs A Bulkey, T l Cimner, G T
Rogers AS, R J Reddy, 8T A B \S, Johnson
XD, J H Herts, J * Barfield A Cos. W A
Biinks A 8, 8 Waxelbaum A B, W T Morgan.
J L Guuhousr A Cos, J A Nelson A Cos. R J
Ikelhciuttr, Macon Gas Cos. Butr Ar, w in
ship A C, Geo R Barker, Harris A I’, 8 M 8t 1-
,el A B, J H Hertz, Barrett A C, A McKenna,
JI. Kennedy, V Powers, J W Burke A Cos.
Collins A F, Truman A G, .Jones A. B, nil
born A E, Seymour, T A Cos, Rogers A B,
Carliart A C, E Crockett, J A Nelson A 8,
L Dull. J Friend, Davis Smith, Nunshuum A
D, M 8 Meyer A Cos. 8 T A B 1* " , Singleton,
JI lint A Cos.
Se|d. '.’o 1872
Trillium A G, 0 C Halkcoitli A i o, I, B I ike,
G Bit ml, V Pow ers, .1 A Knight. D.ilt'i A Bro,
VV P Cur.os, Rogers Ali, BIAil 1* "silver,
r Wood, I von A Irvin. Jones A K.iwards,
"llhnurn A I', Siisel A Bro, I. F Hendrix. K
Marnke. M'vmonr I A i o. Miv A Iv. r. II My
it., Diamond R .uz' Ia J. VlacK .•••>, E
Wtt.o.w-ki, " V l.opsoli A *.o, v.i-s K A
AII and D Flamlcrs A- *i-ninr, - " ax
el-:; m.l A Bro. Bernd Bros, t -ie.vini.i i> J
Bae ,<1 K Barker. i> icr, !• ngla.- A i Ml*
A Itlilhl • ■ . lin.- A t , 8 Hi'lfrlell, i ' 1 \ C"l | 111.
lloiKL Bosun.—We lire glud to tee all onr
country lintels and many of the first el st in
our Georgia cities reducing their rates of local
1ai.,11l from the old prices,?! to s2.soiiuds3,iKi
p r day soon after the war. Win n these elnuges
were established, provisions were twice as liigli
In |.,. geiiiT iil iirurke! as I bey are to-day. I hen
. wa- some ex Ist lor chnrgir.g four do!
i„r- i'er irm-iem oo:i and, but. now everything is
down in correspondence with ilium, and we
hope, all of our hiiid'oiils will see the neeis.ity
and till'justice of a reduction Strangers passing
through •bur State invariably grumble at. the
high prices charged by our best hotels, and
like the landlords, we hate to sec them go
Claus. —Good crabs can be found at C. C
Balkeoni A Co’s, on Fourth street. it
Oysters —These bivnlvnlar luxuries eon
now he hud at 80 cents pc:' quart at Balkeoni
A Co’s on Fourth street, near the Brown
Shkimts, as fresh as if just caught, at C. C.
Balkcom it Co’s, on Fourth street. it.
The cikci'S will be well patronized. Ull
munn at tlie Isaacs House Saloon says if a man
will eat one of his excellent lunches, try his
Cincinnatti lager beer, Seltzer water and Rhine
wine and then not go to the circus ought to be
made to run for office the balance of his days.
Sugar Clued Hams.—Curios lias a large lot
of New York sugar cured hams, just received.
Also, Fulton market beef, bacon strips, North
ern apples, etc., etc. Ice to-morrow at the
usual horn. It.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at South
Macon Drug Store, by Dr. 8. D. Everett 2t
Fresh Drugs every month, at the South Ma
con Drug Store. sep2o-2t
Try Everett’s Chill Remedy. It will cure
you certain. 2t
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
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 the negative is made,
at No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
Faukar's Electric —Warranted to cure the
following diseases or money refunded: Dip
tberia, Neuralgia, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Diarrhoe and Rheumatism if not of too long
Farrar’s Aour Cure— Warranted to cure
in three days or money refunded. For sale by
Hunt, Rankin & Lamar,
93-171 Wholesale Agents.
.1. .1. AIIKA.IIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
151% BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to und
money remitted at once. I’. O. Box 957.
XTOTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
IN 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. rroudfit,
over the store of Jaques & Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
fjQQ (HUNDRED) BEDSTEADS.
100 (Hundred) Mattresses.
200 (Chairs,) Dry Goods and notions.
Hardware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
also a large lot of Secondhand furniture, Car
pets, etc., by O. E. BESORE,
sepl9 lm Auctioneer.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF HOUSEHOLD
A FAMILY designing to break up house
keeping on the first of October, now oiler a
complete outfit of furniture for five or six
rooms, together witli all necessary kitchen
utensels, for sale at half original cost. It con
sists of Mohair Parlor Chairs, Mahogany and
Black Walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dining Ta
ble, Dining, Rocking and common chairs. Car
pets, Dinner and Tea Setts, and in short, almost’
every article demanded in a house of five or six
rooms. The furniture has not been used over
one or two years, is in perfect repair, almost
as good ns new, cost SI,OOO and will now be
sold for SSOO cash. Address Box 432, Macon,
orapplyat this THIS OFFICE.
AND READING ROOM.
H. SIEDENBURG, Proprietor.
SITUATED in the basement of Huffs new
building, Cherry Street.
Twenty-five or thirty Illustrated, Literary
and Political newspapers, both English and
German, constantly kept on hand.
at all hours ever day. 98 149
Press for Sale!
WE have for sale a large size GORDON
PRESS (Aligator) and a RUGGLEB’
PAPER CUTTER in good condition. To be
hsd st a bargain. Sold to make room for lar
ger and faster machines.
LINES, WING & SMITH,
1-tf Macon, Ga.
SPECIAL TO TUE
MA4 * OAIIiV KSTKKI’ItIMK
OVKHTHKI.IHKAOCTHK SOUTHS BM AMD ATLANTIC CO
Washington, Sept. £l.—Oakoa Ames’
denial of McCombs’ cliurges concerning
Credit Mobiller only goes half way nnd is
met by counter assertions Ilia! while no
slock was issued lo tlie parlies illlti Call'd,
their mimes will on the hooks of (lie con
cern be credited ss having drawn enor
mous dividends. Ames'denial only makes
matters worse for liis side of the case
The Indian delegations wait for Delano,
who is in Ohio slumping for Grant
There is much anxiety in the Adminis
tration as to how to supply tint excessive
eall for Radical speeches in' New York.
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana.
Tin-(damp inliln-ry ill Hie New I oik
Sub Treasuiy develops fraud lo Ihe amount
of s£iid tmd Etowaii.
111I 1 1 Mil UAL (V lOMMAitUAL
Daily Kriii-M of I lie tlarkrl.
okpiiib Macon Daily Kstbui-kisb, i
Beptc!i.hcr 21 2 o'clock, I’. M. i
Kkmakks —Cotton is depressed, notwith
standing reports from tlie pltiulalitHis all ugric
that tlie crop lias been short tally oae-lourtli
from expectations at an curlier period in the
season. Then- is a strong fn-lingof confidence
on the pert of the planters that w hen tlie full
facts of the disaster to the growing staple shall
have become fully known, It will rally and go
bovond prices obtained to-day. But of all
things in the future no one article Is more un
certain— certainly one man’s opinion in regard
to it is as good as another.
Our Banks are still short of enough cash to
meet tlie demands, hut we art glad to see
an improvement in the general circulation
throughout the mercantile community. It can
not he many days hence before the preseut
stringency w ill be dissipated liy the reception of
large amounts of currency, to move the crop
now rapidly arriving and thrown upon the
Provisions continue firm, both here and
throughout all the Western markets—more
especially ill the line of the hog product. The
present high rates have had a direct tendency
to check consumption, planters buying just as
little as they can possibly get along with.
There is a general want of confidence in the
ruling prices, as the old is now passing under
the shadow of the new crop.
In the general market trade continues to Im
prove, although as yet we have received noth
ing to boast of.
Cotton. —Report for 24 hours, since 2 P. M.
yesterday. Bold 312 bales ; shipped 300 bales.
Received 399 bales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1872
Received last 24 hours 390
Received previously 3,502 — 3,892
Total receipts t 4,804
Snipped last 24 hours 300
Shipped previously 2,472 *77*
Stock on hand this evening— 1,532
Market firm 17c.
The Morning Markclui.
New York, Sept. 21—10 a. m.—Gold 14.
Spot cotton quiet; ordinary 15%; good ordi
nary 18%; low middlings 18%; middlings 19;
good middlings 20. Futures last evening 5,500.
New York, Bept. 20—4:45 p. m.—Cotton at
New Orleans easier; low middlings 18%@18%;
middlings 18%. At Savannah, dull; low mid
dlings 17%; middlings 17%; receipt* 3058.
At Charleston, depressed and lower; middlings
17%; receipts 12,109; receipts at all ports
9238; for the week 48,978.
Liverpool, Sept. 21—lp. m.—Cotton easier;
sales 8,000; speculators 2000; middling uplands
9%; middling Orleans 11%@11%.
1 000 TIERCES BEST LARD
-100 BAGS RIO COFFEE.
1,000 BARRELS FLOUR.
50 BOXES PATENT OLIVE SOAP.
30 BOXES CREAM CHEESE.
150 BOXES ASSORTED CRACKERS
50 TIERCES CHOICE HAMS.
Mackerel. Salt. Molasses.
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.
The public are informed that I have leinovcd
my grocery business from corner of Fourth
and Pine to the large and commodious store
next to the Enterprise Office, and formerly
occupied by 11. C. Stevenson, Esq., where I
will be prepared as heretofore to supply my
customers and the public generally with gro
ceries of every description.
138tf GEORGE F. CHERRY.
VI. 11. UKRBV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CORNER OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
Streets, in Court House, Macon, Ga.
ONE of the most desirable places on Troup
Hill, one mile from ttie Court House, and
near Mercer University. Nineaeres of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Parties wanting to rent a good house can se
cure one by applying to the undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. H. Wrigley & Cos., fit! and 68 Second
street, Macon, Ga.
138-tf JAMES W. KNOTT.
WANTED a small 2 or 3 roomed house,
in the vicinity of the Enterprise office.
Possession wanted October Ist. Address
107tf Macon, G.
NEW COTTON PRESS.
WE are now perpared to pack and overhaul
cotton, and pay the highest prices for
cotton, hides, tallow, rags, etc. Place, oppo
site Hollingsworth Block.
sepl9 6t* CONNER * BOSTICK.
DAY hoard and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be bad by applying to
W. D. Rainey on Walnut street, Macon.
Sept 12,1872. t 37-13.
BROWN'S GrALLERY !
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
1 H 1 i;sn tST( >< 3li !
SIGN OF THE.“COLDEN!HOC.”
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Have now ill store a frcsli Stock of Goods, and invite tlie attention of the Public.
100,000 pounds BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS, direct from the Puckers.
25 tierces of the genuine “MAGNOLIA” HAMS.
20 tierces PURE LEAF LARD.
5,000 bushels WHITE AND MIXED CORN.
8 CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT.
300 Rolls BAGGING, weighing 3%"pounds to the Yard.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
25 Bags Choice RIO COFFEE.
50 Bbls. SUGAR of various grand*.
Choice WESTERN HAY, fresh Water Ground MEAL, WHEAT BRAN, LIVERPOOL and
We have now a good Stock, and respectfully invite the attention of nil who desire to pur
chase goods in our line.
Entire satisfaction Is guaranteed to onr customers.
Please call on us at
63 Thirfl Street, Macon, Ga., Sip of tie “(Golden Hoi,”
Change of Schedule.
ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE
Officb Macon and Auouhta Railroad, |
Macon, Mi.y 18, 187:4. f
ON ami after Sunday, May 19, 1872, and un
til further notice, the trains on this Road
will run as follows :
lAT TRAIN —DAILY (SUNDAYS KXCEPTKD).
Leave Augusta 11.00 a. m.
Leave Macon 0 20 a. m.
Arrive at Augusta 2.45 i*. m.
Arrive at Macon 7.10 p. m.
Passengers leaving Macon at 0.20 a. m.
make close connection at Carnak with day pits
aenger 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 Railroad
sold und baggage chu.aed to all
points North, both by rail and by steamships
24 ly 8. K. JOHNSON Han’t.
Wesleyan Female College,
rpHE Thirty-fifth Annual Session begins DC
1 TOBs.lt 7, 1872.
The entire expense, per annum, of a Board
ing Pupil, who takes no extra study, is $315 00,
exclusive of hooks.
No extra charge for Vocal Music, Calisthen
ics or Elementary Drawing.
For Catalogues containing full information,
address Rev. £. H. MYERS, D.D., President,
or C. W. SMITH,
107-156 Secretary Faculty.
T. I*. COX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hal*ton Hull Bulldiog,
CHERRY STREET, MACON, GGOROIA.
<’. W. HOWARD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offic at entrance of Ralston Mali, Cherry atreet
OfAll bnalneaa will receive prompt atten
Change of Schedule.
MACON AND WESTERN R. R. CO., 1
Macon, Ga., June 14, 1872. )
ON ami after Sunday June 16th, the follow
ing schedule for Passenger Trains, will
be observed on this road :
Leave Macon 8:50 a. m.
Arriveat Macon 7:30 a. m.
Leave Atlanta 2:00 a. m.
Arrive at Atlanta 3:15 p. m.
Leave Macon 10:00 p. m.
Arriveat Macon 9:25 p. m.
Leave Atlanta 4:00 p. M.
Ai rive at Atlanta 6:06 A. M.
7:30 a. m. and 9:25 p. m. Trains make close
connections at Macon with Central Railroad
for Savannah and Augusta, and with South
western Railroad for points in Southwest Geor
gia. 8:16 P. m and 6.06 a. m. trains connect
at Atlanta witli Western and Atlantic Railroad
for points West. A. J. WHITE,
Mrs. T. B. Ford’s School
For Young Ladies,
WILL be reopened on MONDAY, Septem
ber 30th hist., at the residence, corner
College street and Cotton avenue. The house
has been thoioughlv repaired and renovated,
and every means will be used to promote the
comfort, as well as advancement, of her pupils.
TERMS—Per Month, Invariably In advance :
English $7 00
French—At Instructor’s prices.
Applications for admission and particulars
may tie made to Dr. T. B Ford, at his Drug
Store, corner Cotton uvunuc and College street.
ALL persons 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 tho under
signed for settlement.
131-157 VALENTINE KAHN.
WE return thanks to the citizens of South
west Macon for your ini-rcused patron
age, especially In the line of prescriptions, und
promise yon that you shall have our whole at
A 3>BtTC STOtf se
UVm'tl.v needed in nut part of tin- city. You
shall liavo every advantaire in
I*l Ki l l l\ B>BCI 4JW.
mcom*T A'f 'ri:vriov
DAY OK MCin.
'I ll'll ean Im* allonled b.V anv house in Ihe elly.
The lailii stirt* invited to examine onr
Come all, anil we will please you if possible.
FRESH DRUGS RECEIVEDEVERY MONTH
*. I. I.'l IIRI’.TT,
1-G 139 Fourth Street, near Arch.
WHITE ROCK POTASH
MOUNTAIN ItYE WHISKY!
PUREST WHISKY FORMEDICAI. PURPO
PURE FRENCH BRANEY,
PORT, SHERRY and
FIRE PROOF LAMP CHIMNEYS!
Tlie Host uml Cheapest Cigars
EVER OFFERED IN’ MACON.
STREET CAR TICKETS,
FOUR FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Preacriptionß accurately compounded ut the
Drug Store of
ROLAND R. HALL,
118-tf Cor. Cherry St. and Cotton Avenue.
Savannah Steamship Line.
SAILING DAYS—THE 10TII 20TH and3OTH
OF EACH MONTH.
I OW rates of freight nnd Insurance. First
ly class passenger accommodations. Order
your goods shipped by “Boston nnd Savannnh
Sti-umsbip Line,’’ and avoid all delay and extra
bundling. RICHARDSON •fc BARNARD,
Agent, Savannah, Ga.
F. NICKERSON A CO., Agents,
J. A. MERCIER,
133 IIAY NTUKIiT,
Bet. Whitaker and Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.
All orders will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of all kinds respectfully solicited.
boit & McKenzie,
Cotton and Commission
ION Ilay SI reel. Mnviaiiuiili, <n.
MEYER, COHEN & CO..
WIIOLKHALK DKALKRtt IN
Boots and Shoes,
4N lli-oiigliton Nl.,Naviinimli, (jn
Merchants supplied at New York Market
A. 8. AI.DEN A It I to.,
COM MISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers In Prolix, Fixh unil Produce,
' No. 95 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.
Orders iiromptly attended to. 181-209
E. D. SMYTHE,
l.nl01Tl!K or (HOCHEKY,
(■llaNsware anil China,
And Dealer in House Furnishing Goods,
142 Congress and 141 St. Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, GA. 131-209
KIRKSEY & SCOTT.
Kelley’s Block, Buy Street, Savannah, Ga.
Liberal advancements made on consignment*.
F. W. SIMS fc CO:,
Cotton Faclois anil General
NA YANNAII, GEOHWU.
Bagging and Ties supplied at market prices.
Advances mude on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. 131-209
A. 11. CHAMPION. GEO. C. FREEMAN.
CHAMPION A FREEMAN,
Corner Bay and Drayton Streets,
SAVANNAH, GA, 181-209
L. N. WHITTLE. OHO. W. OUBTIN.
yvhittei: a wi.ntin,
ATTORNEYS, *c.. AT LAW,
NO. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
Ahmakd L. Butts. Kdoak A. Ross.
COAL AND WOOD.
WE are rcudy to till ordsrs at reduced rates
for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK ur.d HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the ofllco of A. G. Butts, ut
store of Winstilp & Cnllaway, or at yard M. it
W. R. It., will receive prompt attention.
111-192 BUTTS A R< )88.
ARE IN FULL BLAST FOR THE
CAM PAIU N,
50 lilts Nr.iv Mess and No. 1 Mackerel.
10 Quintals Large White (summer cured)
215 Bids. Fresh Table Potatoes.
15 llbls. Sliver Skin White and Red Onions.
20 Tierces Four Aeeand Magnolia Hams.
1,000 Lbs. Pig Strips (for Breakfast).
43,172% Lbs. Wiley’s XXXX. (nnd all the hest
brands from the Georgia Mills). Flour
in Bids., Half Bbls., Whole, Half and
75 Firkins, Tubs, Buckets, nrnl Polls of
Martin’s “Gilt Edge” Butter.
(15 Hilda., Bbls. and Half Bbls. New Or
leans A. Ex. C., Crushed, Powdered,
nnd Pat. Cut Loaf Sugars.
84,587 Segars from Cuba nnd Massachusetts, (all
made to smoke.)
Brandies, Whiskies, Gin, Rum and Wines of
i)ur stock of 'I'OII/V4'4!o is one of the
largest In the South. “BILLY” TOTTEN lias
got the manufactory of N. C. ami Va. at his
olddiii;/. Wo challenge honest competition In
quality and prices. Money or good acceptan
ces will get the best of attention at
GREER, LAKE & CO.’S,
Corner Cherry and Third Sts., Macon, Gu.
OffiorObn. Tick’t Acer., M. &B. R. K. Cos., i
August 13, 1872. )
ON und after the above date, return tickets
to Savannah and Brunswick can be had at
tlio Ticket Office at General Passenger Shed,
tickets good until Ist November.
10 t; E. J. MARTIN, G. T. Agt
B. 11. WnIQLET. WK. A. CHERRY.
B. H. WRIGLEY & CO.,
Genera] Conission Merchants,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
(111 & (18 SECOND BRTKKT,
123tf Macon. Ga.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A DESIRABLE house, nearly new, situated
on Troup llill, with four rooms und two
basement rooms below, with kitchen and ft
good well of water and half aero of lund. If
sold, the terms are part cash and balance in
monthly instalments, also a Three room house
with kitchen for sule on sume terms us above.
Apply at the warerooniß of Guernsey, Bar
trmn & Hendrix, Blake’s Block, or at the Dixie
Works. T. GUERNSEY.
A l TDWIO^!
INSUR ANCE AGENTS.
ALL Insurance Agents doing business in
the city are requested to call at this office,
make returns and pay a tux of 2% per cent, on
their receipts to Sept. 1. By order of Council.
CM AS. J. YVTLLIAMSON,
Gnemey, Bartrnra & Healrii,
BUILDERS SUPPLY STORK,
Hliikc'n Uloi-k, Foplar Street,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Muhli, Moors, HlindN, Frame*.
llrai-ketM, Newel lo*t*.
BalUMtem, Mantle*, Etc., Ete.
Carpenter Tools, Locks, Nulls, Hinges,
Paints, Oils, Glass anil Pntty, Etc.
CONTRACTORS for BUILDING.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST.
JAatKS 11. BLOUNT. ISAAC HARDEMAN.
111.01 NT A HARDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry
To the lluMine** Men ol* Macon.
THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulates exclusively in Dougherty. Mitchell,
Lee, Baker and Worth Counties.
j,Vr The wealthiest Cotton growing section
of Georgia. JEJ
Is the heat Advertising Medium in South west
CAREY W. STYLES, Proprietor.
Agricultural anil Mechanical
ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA,
WILL commence at their Fair Grounds at
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1872,
And continue six days.
The central Railroad passes by the grounds.
For Premium Llstor information, address
J. H. ESTILL, Secretary,
i.i2-td Savannah, Ga.