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Macon daily enterprise. (Macon, Ga.) 1872-1873, October 14, 1872, Image 3

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CITY GOVERNMENT. W. A. Hi l l'. Myor. ALDERMEN: I 1 ('1 VY Al “ T,S * LK '’ • • v r.r v ;’.„v K. Woow.ikk, "‘V’ 1 ' G. B. Kobrrts, . HW I U Strong, a'j'smitii’ •' Kr“*u n li v K. WAtuHCNsTHk. II Ul ' . Treasurer. 0. .1. William*”'. . .Clerk. J '• 'J l ‘ ' ' city Attorney. 1,1 „ Chief of Police. i imks Martin g- irh t Lieutenant. II C. Taylor Second Lieutenant. Jipiin ...Third Lieutenant. '' v vvcvvV . .Guard Mouse Keeper. >, I. I . '.V HUV street Overseer. 11u.MAKD Uiiikky,. City Sexton. A K. HakmaS.; Magazine Keeper. U. C - ■;;;;;..Clerk of the Market. John .IbFKgliPt .*•••; —— .Mt pui.'iTniOi I lOm Im prepared to Job *riila* atpr | ee* t® Mtiit (In* tiniFM, ai**<l in 11 " lllMlVtor, to all. Fine work in a tie a wp.ciulty. • oar orders, and tIU 1 ®“ p \>o4t to yon- HOME AFFAIRS. n vi oi. <i A.. OCT, u. Kemumiwk the Concert on the 18t,h. Cool. —This moruing came as near being Me eeinber us posaible. Some few overcoats were in treat demand. *♦ ♦- ——— Tua Sysaoooue.—They have gone I 1 work in earnest on the synagogue, and it will not be long before the walla will begin to show. To Atlanta.—Our brother loeal went to Atlanta yesterday morning to whip W hidbj for exaggerating the size of our mosquitoes. On the Improve.—Workmen are engaged in repairing the aidewalk in front of the Lanier House. Personal.—Cel. Herbert Fielder, of Cuth bert, ia in the city, at the Brown House. Hon. B. H. Hill, of Atlanta, and Hon. John Screven, Mayor of Savannah, were in the city yesterday. - Gas Liohtbr. —Among the novelties Mr. Brown brought with him from the North ia a contrivance to light gas-burners by means of electricity. It consists of a simple aflair at tached to the burner, and the way it saves matches is a caution. Call and see it to-night. The Torso Men and Ladies who desire to learn or perfect themselves in the Terpsicho -1 can art, are invited to attend a meeting for that purpose at Ayres’ Hall to night, at 7'.f o’clock. This invitation is cordially extended hr Mad. McLananaga and Prof. Allraon. - Mayor's Court.—Unusual for Monday, but i wo caßea came up this morning. John Henderson stole a pistol, hut the ease was continued. John Davis snatched a coat and vest from Hertz, Virgin A Co’s store and run. He ran into the hands of an officer who brought him up this morning. He pays *35 and costa, or digs dirt on the street for thirty days. Cnr Bill Posters.—Brown A Cos., with their usual enterprise have secured the exclu sive bill-postership of Macon, being regularly licensed by the city. This is anew wrinkle in Southern cities, but it is a good iden. Circus scs, theatres and shows of all kinds will find Messrs. Brown A Cos., gentlemanly, and can have their pictorials, streamers, dodgers, etc., posted in as faithful a manner as if they were here and superintended in person. Parties in town having bills to post would do well to turn the job over to Messrs. B. and rest satisfied that the work will be done. This arrangement does away with the old practice of incompetent posters to paste one third of the bills in out-of-the places, one third upside down, over the other third chucked away in the sewers. Ecu em unit tbe Concert on the 18th. Sandy Bottom on Sunday.—Wc had occa sion to pass Sandy Bottom yesterday, and from the number of dram shops and groceries that we found open and doing busi ess, we imag lned ourselves walking ulong the wicked pur lieus of Palis. The people seemed to have for gotten that there was a day of rest, and that “six daya shalt thou labor.” While wc were passing, a young man, who evidently had been soaking himself in the meanest sort of whisky, was endeavoring, with the assistance of several others, to get up a fight. He had his coat off, and with a big stick walked up and down in front of a bar-keeper’a door, cussing, abusing and violating tbe sanctity of the Lord's day in every way possible. Tbe grocery man kept in side and evaded a collision as longaa he could Finally, however, he was jerked out, and as he came out he showed a pistol. This being grabbed by the irate young man, tbe barkeep er ran, with the young man and several others right after. They failed to catch him though. The party went back to tbe store, brandising the pistol, whilst the bar-keeper had managed to get back in his store. His wife, alck and with a baby in her arms, endeavored to quell the disturbance, bt they had no respect for tier sex or condition, and cuss words ran high. Disgusted at such a eight being enacted within a stone’s throw of the city limita, we left them in their glory. This scene, we arc told, ia but a repetition of that which occurs every Sunday, and the few respectable people who are forced to live in the neighborhood by exhorhitant city landlords, are the unwilling witnesses of these occur rences. Spain, with ail her Sunday bull fights, would blush at the sight. Somebody should take the matter in hand, and check the lawleasness of this lovely locality. Il such things continue, we may prepare our selves to hear of wholesale murders and the commission of CTery species of crime. Ilrovrn Hotel Arrivals. For 24 Hours preceding 12 M. To-day. \V J Winn, Ga.; N C Fife. N Y.; Col John Screven, R F Delong and wife, John (J Walls, Sav.; F M Houser, Perry, Ga.; J W Turner, N M Doneliy, Forsyth, Ga ; T C Banks, (j E Eden, J E Redding, H T Redding, Barnesville; Henry Bohl, Ed L Wright, Hon B H 11111, At lanta.; Allen,Fort Americas ; T F James, Jr., B F Leonard, St Louis; John J Phillips, Alba ny; A M Sanford, Carteraville, J T Smith and wife, Washington co.; R A Mathews, Talbot ton co.; R 8 Carnes. Tenn.; Sol Hoas, N C.; James W Green. Thomaaton; E W Alfriend, Wooten oo.; John Simpkins Jones, Ya.; A1 leu T Smith, Cuthbcrt: C H Hooks, M L By- Uigtem, W A Ogbum, Wilkinson co. Ginger Ai.b.—This Ale is taking like hot T*kea. Ulimann says it is delicious. Cincin nati Beer. Rhine Wine and Seltzer Water, with Oysters on the half shell, at the Gases House Saloon. Florida Okvnges—large and sweet st Car los. No more blowing about your Ferreotypes. Brown lias just received the best and largest Ferreotypc machine that ever came South.— Call at No. 8 Cotton Avenue, if you want good pictures. Old Cameras for B<Js—viiflereat aba* tf The GueaT Dry Goods lloi SR or S. Wg.xEi.HAl M AND Bkotiii:k.-This mammoth Dry Goods House Is truly one of the greatest in all the Southern country. We doubt It there are many which are more extensive on the North American continent outside of New York and Philadelphia, and even in those cities there arc not many carrying heavier stocks or doing a larger trade. Occupying the centre of Triangular Block runniug through from Second street to Cot ton Avenue, and bom cellar to roof, there are five grand divisions to the establishment. The cellars or ground rooms are used for packing anil unpacking goods for all depart ments and for the storage of Domestics. The right hand fioor above is the chief whole sale department, and hero we find a sl.ip load of Prints, Domestics, Alpaccas of all colors, Janes, Bleaching?., Sldrtings, Stripe?, Checks, Ginghams, Fancy Dress Goods, Red and White Flannels, Opera Flannels, Tickings, Brown Goods, Corsets, Linseys, Poplins, and so on, running through the entire catalogue. On the left is tire general Retail Room, and a busy scene it always presents, morning, noon and night. It would be much eu. n r to tell what is not in there than " hat is. ,t contains among other tilings the largest stock of silks in Georgia—some of them running us high as f 100 per pattern. Our ladies can find auything there from an Inch of ribbon to a cashmere shawl. The two doors above are set apart for ready made clothing, boots, shoes, hats, shawls, hosierv, gloves, linens, shirts, balnioral skirts, cloaks, blankets, quilts and notions nil Infini tum. But it i? useless to call every article by name, it would take up half tbe space in our paper. Dealers must go aud see for themselves. A su perficial glance makes one think there is enough on hand to supply the whole trade of Macon for months to come, and yet so great is the trade of the house, it is necessary to send oil' new orders for fresh supplies almost every day in the week. Scarcely a steamer leaves New York for Savannah without having con signments for “3. tV. A 8., Macon. The Senior requests us to make the positive statement as a fact that they *ll o( -'>■ lor* prise*. We found the house this morning full of country merchants and citizens, and every clerk just as busy as lie could be; and no wonder, for such a stock as that will attract people to it the dullest day in the week, aud at this season no one wishing to purchase will go by it. A large eapitul, industry, the most scrupu lous honor, aud a long series of years devoted to the business, has placed this house in the front rand of Dry Goods Dealers hi Georgia. It is known far and wide as such and will continue to be for a loug time to come. outfl ow Oranges at W. I’. Carlos’. Farrar’s Electric—Warranted to cure the following diseases or money refunded: Dip theria, Neuralgia, Cramp and Colic, Headache, Diarrhtc and Rheumatism if not of too long standing. Farrar’s Ague Cure—Warranted to cure in three days or money refunded. For sale by all Druggists. Hunt, Rankin' & Lamar, 93-171 Wholesale Agents. Carlos has Florida Oranges large and sweet. TO BE LEFT TO THE DECISION OF THE FARMERS. r rMIE queatiou of caterpillars and its terrible J_ destruction of the lleecy staple having, like the great flood of old, abated, u still more momentons question involves especi >1 consid eration at the hands of the farmers. For many longyeurß E. Isaacs has catered to tho wants of the traveling public; and to the farmers, the very bone and sinew of our beloved South, he has taken special pains to make them feel at home while in the city. His tables are tilled and the usual “allowancing” is not “allowa ble.” Indeed you get what you call for and that without stint. Now the questio i is: Will tic Farm Sipr Him? This question is propounded with the con 11 dcnce that will be announced with that little but expressive monosylable which i- so famil iar with people enamored of each other —yes! I'he sturdy farmers knows* too well the comfort that await him at tbe ISAACS HOUSE. To answer otherwise than affirmatively to the above mentioned question. While on the subject Mr. Isaacs wishes to say that his patronage has so inerea. <*d as to j compel him to provide more ample at fotnino tions, and that he has leased large and airy rooms of Huff 1 anew building adjoining his own. A line bar is attached to this house. E. ISAACS, Proprietor. 185-160. Cherry Street T H 10 ‘CHARTER OAK’ —lB— A MOVING. TRUMAN A ffREUN, TKI IXJI MK IIMM It. 'i;an of the Golden “Chs: ter Oak." 14-2<M BYINGTON’S HOTEL, FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA, IS THE RRKAKFABT IIOCNK For the Train from Savannah, Augusta and Ma con to Columbus. DHAIIS lIOINF, For the Train from Eufaula and Albany to Macon. SUPPER HOUSi: ! For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa vannah and Augusta. I-arge comfortable Rooms witb Fire place* ! and every Convenience. 112 180 Press for Sale! WE have for sale a large size GORDON PRESS (Aligator, and a RUGGLES’ PAPER CUTTER in good condition. To be bad at a bargain. Sola to make room fer lar ger and faster machines. Address LINES, WING A SMITH, Vtf Maeoo, Ga. CITY DIRECTORY. MASOMC. Macon Lodge, No. 5, meet* every Ist and lid Monday night, at Masonic llsll, Cotton Avenue. Mlspuh Lodge, No. 47, meets every 3d and 4th Thursday nights at Masonle Hall. Constantine Chapter, no. 4, R. A. M„ meats every 3d and 4th Monday night at Masonic Hall. St. Omcr Oommaudery, No. 2, Knights Tern plar, meets Ist Thursdays of each month at Masonic Hall. VIKKMKV Protection No. 1 meets Ist Tuesday night in ouch month—House Poplar at,, corner :’>d. Ocnmlgee No. 2 meets Ist Monday night in each month—House on Cotton Avenue, near City Hull. Young America Noli meets Ist Monday night in each nun.ill —House lldst,, corner Mulberry Mechanic ’ No. 4 meets Ist Monday night in each month -House corner Hawthorne and fid streets. Defiance No. 5 meets Ist Tuesday in each month—Housed in City Hall. Hook and 1 .adder No, 1 meets Ist Friday night in each month —House l’oplur at., cor ner 2d om> fellows. Franklin Lodge, No. 2, meets every Thurs day night at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Cotton Avenue. United Brothers Lodge, No. 5, meets every Tuesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hal!. Germania Lodge, No. 59, meets every Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’ liall. Macon Union Encampment No. 2, meets at Odd Fellows’Hall on 2d and 4th Mondays ol each month. KNIOHTS OF I'YTHIA* Meet every Wednesday night at Gun fellows’ Hall. noon TEMI’LAHS. Walton Lodge, No. 23, meets every Tues day night at Progress Club Hall. Aurora Lodge, No. SO, meets every Friday night at their Hall in Hollingsworth Block. Dougherty Lodge, No. ITU, meets every Monday night at Progress Club Hali. Windsor Lodge, No. 120, meets every Thurs day night at their Hall on Windsor Hill. SOCIETIES Progress Club meets every Sunday night at their Hall on Mulberry street. Hibernian Society meets Ist Tuesday in each month at No. 2 Engine House. Malacht Lodge, No. 14, I. O. 11. 8., meets second and fourth Sundays in each month. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers meets every Wednesday night at the Passenger Depot. Visiting brethren welcome, CHUBCHES. Fpiseopal —Christ Church, Rev. B. Johnson, Rector—Walnut at,, between 2d anil 3d. Ser vices 10 1-2 a. M. and 8 r\ M. St. Paul’s Church, Rev. 11. K. Rees, Rector —Vincville. Services II A. m. ; 5 i\ u. Chil dren’s Service; r. M. F-vcning Prayer. St. Barnabas, services by the Rector of Christ Clmrch, at sr. M. Near Macon A Brunswick Railroad Freight Depot. Catholic —St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. L. D. Bazin. Mass 7A. M.; High Mass 10:00 A. M.; Vespers 4 1-2 v. M. IVcsbyttrian —Mulberry St. Church, Rev. C. B. Vaughn, pastor. Services 101-2 A. m. ami 8 p. M. Windsor Hill Church, Rev. Win. McKay, pastor. Services semi-monthly. Israelitish Synagogue —J. H. Hertz, President Near Ist Baptist Church, Services Friday eve ning and Saturday morning. Baptist —lst Baptist, Rev. W. H. Mclntosh, pastor—2d Street, between Cherry and Poplar. Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 8 1-4 p. m. ; Sunday school 4 1-2 I'. M. Second Baptist, Rev. James Mcßrvde, pastor —near Findlay’s Foundry. Services 101-2 A. m. and 8 P. M. Mission Chapel, Windsor Hill, supplied from the city cliuiches. Methodist ’pisco/Ml— Mulberry Street, Rev. J. O. Braneli pastor—Mulberry st., corner Ist. Services at 10 1-12 A. m. and 8 r. M. First Strec Church, Rev. W. W. Hicks, pas tor— Ist street, between Oak and Arch. Ser vices 101-2 a. m. and 8 p. M. Vineville Church, supplied from the city churches. East Macon Church, Rev. J. W. Burke, pas tor. Services 10 1-2 A. m. and 4r. m Jones’ Chapel—Windsor Hill—services at the usual hours by the Pastor. Rev. R. A. Cain. SALE OF HOLMES’ A CLAY’S Livery & Stable Property. WE will sell at public outcry on the prem ises on the first Tuesday in November next, at 10 o’clock, a. m., (unless disposed of previously at privato sale) all the property known as Holmes’ & Clay’B Livery Stable, in cluding Boarding House on corner of Plum and Fourtli streets, opposite lirown House, Barber Shop Saloon, two Stores and Blacksmith Shop. The property will be sold in eight separate lots. Terms—one-half cash, balance in sixty days with approved acceptance TURPIN & OGDEN, Real Estate and Ins. Agents. Also, at the same time and place, all the per sonal property, consisting of twenty head of Horses, Carriages, Phaetons, Buggies, Hacks, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, iron Safe, Desk, etc. Ail the above sold for division. — Fur further particulars, apply to C. MABTERBON, Receiver, octlhtds at Stables. SOUTH MACON DRUG STORE! rpHE PROPRIETOR Superintends the Pres- X eription department in person, and uses the PUREST and FRESHEST medicines that can be procured, and would say toevery one in his portion of the city, that they shall have Drugs and Medicines as fresh and as cheap as they can be bought in the city. He would ad vise all who are laboring under chills and fever or Liver derangement, to use bis “Remedy for Ohills and Diseases of the Liver,” and will warrant it In every case where the directions are honestly followed. Lamp Chimneys, Cigars and Tobacco always on hand. S. IK EVERETT, lirug isl, 131-1 .Vi Fourth Street, near Arch. 3. CLAP.KE SWAYZE, i Bibb County Court, vs. r October Term, 1871. NINA SWAYZE. ) Libel for Divorce. It appearing to the Court that the defendant in the above stated case, resides without the limits of the State. It is ordered that Service he perfected i:i said case, by publication in one of the public Gazettes, published in the City of Macon, once a seek lor four months. M. B GEKKY, Petitioner’* Attorney. A true extract from the Minot** of Bibb Su perior Court A. B. ROSS, Dep. Clerk. •July 17, 1872. 58-law4m FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. Bally ltd lew *f the SHurliet, Office Macon Daily F.vmtpnii-r, i October 14—2 o'clock, I*. M. i COT toN.—Report for 24 hours, since 3 P. M. yesterday. Sold 008 bale? skipped 803 bales. Received 107 bales. hTATEMK'i Stock on band, Sept. 1, ti'i'2 bales 412 Received last 34 hours.. 10, Received previously.. 11.33** 11,08 1 Total receipts 12,040 Snipped last 24 hours _ 808 Shipped previously i,doi 3,02, Stock on hand this evening.. . M'O 1 Market stiff 17c. —♦ *■ ffACOA iMiu r. ’i iKi:.vr. OSNABURGS—No. 1 I'M No. 2 14 Mllledgevillo No. 3 14 MACON SHEETING 13' ■ Seven-eighths Way man villa Sheeting Hoiislou Sheeting 11,'ij , Houston Stripes 13Va15 I (’olumhua Stripes bails | High Shoal Stripes H> I Montour Shirting—-J 'o'i Factory Sewing Thread .00 i YARNS- 1 00 GRlTS—per bushel I jjft OATS—per bushel OOuflj FIELD PEAS- per bushel IlAY—Northern Tennessee 1 o!u2 00 Clover ' 11® PEA NUTS—per bushel ISO I’OTA TOK3- Planting Table use 3 Mai 00 APPLES Northern BUTTER -Goshen No. 1 per lb b'.a44 Goshen No. 2 per lb 25 Tennessee No. 1 81 Tennessee No. 2 " 20 Country 35a40 COFFEE—Rio per lb 21a25 Java per it) 3SaB4 CHEESE—Best ( ream per lb.. New York per 1h... ljj MOLASSES- \. O. Syrup per gal. "Georgia” per gal.. 70 Sugar House 85 j SYI.TPS Golden Drips, per gal... <°a7.> ; Medium per gal {*> | Ordinury per gal , . 5,1 i SUGAR-“A” per lb ! White Extra “C” 18a New Orleans (hhds) lOalaJij Yellow C UU^a I lemerara 13W;a12 Port! Rico Il>.jal2’ , POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 25 Orange Mills 7 00 1-HOVIHIONS, CHAIN, OKOCIKIEB, Ac. BACON Clear-ribbed Side* (sniokd)l2, 1 /nI2U; Shoulders i HAMS—Magnolias. C., canvassed... 13‘,.a10 j Fitch’s 18>gal0 J Tennessee, plain-cured lHnlS}.; White Bellies lOull PORK—Pickled, mess 18 00 New, mess 19 00 j Pickled, rumps 18 00 BULK MEATS —Cask Sides Shoulders Bellies LARD—Prime Leaf, Tierces llallW Kegs 18 Packages 12u13 FLOUR -Low superfine per bbl a7 00 Standard superfine.. 3 50 Extra O 00 Choice extra Family 10 00 ! ‘ ‘ Wyleys X X XX ’ > Georgia Mills i II 3h13 00 j l lvucintbc II 00 I “Domestic” 12 00 j Star of Beauty 11 00 Bello of Georgia.... 11 00 Pride of Dixie 13 00 Silver Luke 1" 50 I CORN—White per bushel 05 I Mixed per bushel...... sSaOO ; SHOT—Per sack 200 I CRACKERS—Butter per lb 00 ! Soda SuOO j Cream 18 Sugar 13 1-2 Lemon 14 Ginger Snaps PicNie 10 i Fancy 17 | CANDY —New York peril) 18 i M. R. Rogers & Cos 18 BLACKING—No. 1 per gross 5 00 No. 2 H 00 No. 3 7 00 SODA—Bi-Carb. per lb Oalo POTASH—Per lb lOull SOAP—Turpentine per lb 0 1-2 Laundry 15 Toilet per do/. 75ul 20 Olive 8 YEAST POWDERS—Preston and Merrill’s per doz. 1 75;i2 25 Horsford’s 3 90 TOBACCO—Choice Chewing per lb 75 Medium.,.. 00 Ordinary 40u50 Choice Smoking 1 25 Medium 75 Common 40 CIGARS —Imported per thousand 75 00ul50 IX) Domestic 15 OOaGO 00 SNUFF —Scotch per lb 78 Maeaboy.... 78 PIPES—Per box 2 Soa4 50 MACKEREL—No. 1 kits 2 25a3 50 No. 2 bbls 13 50a14 00 No. 2 kits 1 75 No. 3 bbls—large.. 11 50a13 00 No. 3 kits 1 50a 1 70 WHITE FISH—Half bbl 7 50 CANDLES—Best Star (full w’t)... 21Ua22 Sperm 42a45 Paraffine 30a33 STARCH—PearI 7>iaßV EGGS—Per doz 30 CHICKENS—Per doz 3 Ooas 00 SALT—Virginia per sack 2 10u2 15 Liverpool 2 50 FEATHERS 80 HIDES—Dry flint 14a16 Green oa7 BEESWAX 28a30 SWEET POTATOES 75al fK) WHISKY—Common Rye I 05al 10 BAGGING—BengaI 18 Lyon Borneo 18 Gunny Dundee 17 Patched 17 TIES—-Gooche Arrow flj^alO Eureka 10 Align tor nO% Wesleyan Female (tolle^e, ! • M Af ON, GA rjVJK I'liirlv-iifUi Annual hi in <)(}• 1 'J’OIir.K 7, 187 *. The entire expense, per annum, of u Board ing Pupil, who takes no extra study, i fBl5 00, exclusive of books. No extra charge for Vocul Music, CallHthen* ice or Elementary Drawing. For Catalogues containing full information, address Kfv. K. 11. MVKKn, Prenident, or 0. W. SMITH, 107-156 Secretory Faculty. Tift: IT is universally conceded that advertising in a necessity to success in business; it is also conceded, by the shrewdest business men, that newspapers arc the best medium for reaching all parties whose trade is desired. THK MONROE ADVEBTISKft reaches more of the people trading with Mr | con than any other Journal published in the , | country; it is, therefore, tin medium of ; ! communication with the planting interests, i We will be happy at any lime to furnish refer ences to leading merchants here arid elsewhere, who will testify to the fact that they have re ceived orders for goods from parties who read thdr cards in The AUveriUcr. In fact, many who have availed themselves of its columns, candidly say that its value exceeds that of all I other journals in which they arc represented The Adverliner has the freshness of youth arid the ripeness of age, and is therefore deservedly successful. CHARACTER OF ADVERTISEMENTS. So advertisements are admitted which are not believed to be above f|uestlon and of real value, and from parties so unquestionably re liable that the readers of The AdvtrtUer will be safe in ordering them from any distance. To our readers, tbe fact of its appearance here has all tbe weight of endorsement and authority Address, JAB. F. HABRISON, Forsyth. Georgia. I Change of Schedule. MACON AND WESTERN li. li. CO.. M\i on, lii, Jiiiif 11, 1873. i (vN urn! uftor Sunday June liltli. Urn fnllou / lug m'lii’diiU' for 'l'lwomii i l'rln., ail! In- olhci'Vi'il jii till? rnail; DAY PASSENGER. Leavt* Mai on 8:50 a. M. Arrlvi'nt Macon. 7:30 A. M. Lt'iivi) Atlanln.. 3:00 v m. Arrive at Atlanta 8:15 p. m, SIGHT PAHnENgEIi. Lmi.' Min-on 1":"" I*. M. Arrive at Macon 9:25 i\ w. Leave Atlanta 4:00 p. m. Anlvcat Atlanta 0:00 a. m. 7:30 a. M. and 9;35 I’. M. Trains make elo?e cimncctlons at Macon with Cenlrul Kallnmd fur SiivaniVah and Augusta, anil with South western Railroad for points in Southwest Geor gia. 3:15 i*. m and it.os a. m. trains eonueet at. Atluntu with We tern and Mlanlie Railroad for points West. A. J. WHITE, 5Mf Superintendent. TAX! TAX!! TAX!!! rpUK nttontion >t rit.v t;i\ i mv most 1 respectfullv < ullod lo lie follow in ■i . lution piwscfl by i ouiicil l u recent me. tine with the request thut aril subject will comply, thus avoiding trouble and expense • Whereas, At the regular merlin;, in August, a resolution was pu- *ed, giviic. those owing taxes for tin* year ISP2 the nriri! • i' paying one-fourth their taxes on the 10th of Septem ber, and it being not generally understood when the balance fell due, therefore Resolved, That on the UUh ol each month one-fourth will be called for; all persons fail ing to pay the second instalment, w hic h falls due on the 10th of October next, that the Trea surer Jssuo executions for the full amount of taxes. Passed. CHAS. .1. WII.I.IAMBON, sept 31-tllloctll. Treasurer. CROP OF 1872. i Clover and (JhissSchhls. I i i’ED CLOVER, CRIMSON CLOVER, SAPLING CLOVER, ORCHARD GRASS ! BLUE GRASS, HERDS GRASS, LUCERNE SEED, • Arc.. &C. #1 list received, HUNT, RANKIN A LAMAR, Wliok'Sttlo Druggists, Mil-15b 82 atul H 4 Cherry Street. To tlio ItainiiK'NN 4I ii of fl.ii on THE ALBANY NEWS Circulates exclusively in Dougherty, Mitchell, Lee, Baker and Worth Counties. The wcalthie* t Cotton growing Mellon of (eorgia.„^S THKNKWS Is the be t Advertising Medium inßouthw t ern (ieorgia. \ DVBUTfSKMENTM SOLICITED. CAHLY W. STYLES, Proprietor. | WOOD AM) COAL. I HAVE established, near the Macon fc West- I cm Railroad Depot, an ample, yard with Fairbanks’ best scales) to supply all kinds of Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest market rates. WEIGHT, MEASURE and QUALITY GUARANTEED. A share of public, patronage is respectfully solicited. Orders left at the ottleeg of Messrs. If. L. Jewett, Greer, Lake Cos., Turpin & Ogden, through Postofllce, or at tier Yard, will have prompt attention. Come and see PW-rJOo MILO H. FREEMAN. | FOR RENT. ONE. of the most desirable places on Troup Hill, one mile from the Court House, and near Mercer University. Nine acres of land at tached, orchard, garden, aplcndid well of wa ter, etc. Parties wanting to rent a good house can se eurc one by applying to the undersigned, or to i Messrs. B. H. Wrlgley A C0.,66 and 6H Beeond street, Macon G:i. james w. knott. FOR SALE. A (JOMI'I.UTK OUTFIT OF IIOUHDHOLD FLKNITTUK. A FAMILY (1 oilgning to Break up Bouac keeping on tho first of Oatoßor, now oiler a complete outfit of furniture for live or six rooms, together with all necessary kitchen utcnsele, 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, (jar pets, Dinner and Tea Setts, and lu short, almost every article demanded in a house of live or six rooms. The furniture has not Been used over one or two years, is In perfect repair, almost us good as new, cost *I,OOO and will noiv ho sold for *SOO cash. Address Box 483, Macon, orapply at tills THIS OFFICE, scpiotf NOTICE. 1> IDS will be received for MSO) four hun- Jrlred and fifty CyprcßH, Cedar or Chestnut PohUi, 6 feet long and (7) woven Inchon tfiuare, delivered at either depot in thin city. Audresa corumonicationH to octt-tf WM, HAZLKHURBT. NOTICE. epHK Books for the registration of voter, for 1. the city election will he opened on the first day of October and close at Two o’clock p. in., on December 13, 1878. gcp3o td J. A, McMANUH, Clerk. BERND BROS. MANTFACI iillslii OF AM/ WHOLESALE & RETAIL nr.sr.KKs iv Huni"vs,S';ul<lleH,Collars, Horse Lquip liifiits anil Clothing Generally. ALSO a full assortment of LEATHER of a> . kinds, Enameled Cloth, etc. .'luhllerS an 1 Harness Makers Uardivarc and Tools. Cash paid for HIDES, FURS, SKINS, WAX, WOOL and TALLOW. 5-1 W C. W. HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MACON, GEORGIA. Ofllc at entrance of Rx'stOD flnll, Cherry Arret, j f.*y-Atl tusinc-'s will receive prompt atten- I Horn 95.173 * I RESH NTC )CK ! BURDICK BROTHERS y SIGN OF THE “COLDENSHOC.” DF.AI.ERS IN Grain, Provisions and Groceries, ll'.ivr in-li in sttira a fresh Stock of Goods, ami invite the etteiitloßOf the Vtilillr WE OFFER 100,(RSI ptiuiiilu BACON SlD*i3 AND SHOULDERS, ilirei t.'iVisn the Paekei'.. 25 tierces of the genuine “MAGNOLIA” HAMS. 20 tierces PURE LEAF LARD. 5,000 bushels WHITE AND MIXED CORN. 2 CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT. >si Rolls BAGGING, weighing Impounds to the Yard. •* aHh ow ” r x i*: IN ANY QUANTITY 25 Bags Choice RIO COFFEE. 50 Bbls. SUGAR of various graeds. o Choice WESTERN IIAY, fresh Water Ground MEAL, WHEAT BRAN, LIVERPOOL and VIRGINIA SALT We have now a good Stock, and respectfully Invite the attention of ull who desire to pur cha§ goods in our line. Entire satisfaction Is guaranteed to our customers. I’lcaae call on us at 63 Tliiri Street, fflacee, Ga„ Sip of tlie "Men Hoe,” BURDICK BROTHERS, i m-n:. I l ' I > V October Ist the undersigned will mmw ,i ' . j ‘M | Vi ii (■?:/ HW!' l f F\m .. 1 > to Intersection of First street and Cottos l < X., v ••’ll|-VM-' laliiiCll'l, Avenue, Dixie Works side, where he will bo tire ''f ' A JSminA ni lyy o*l 0 * 1 to ® u l'.P*y his customers, and the public , i ..'l Resh Beef, Pork, etc. j'■ ,(. yJ ’ 'dtittr.ißr Giving my personal attention to tlicbnsinces. jSSj. 1 a illi a thorough knowledge of the same, to I, jBHgM.- j gethcr witli a disi>usitioii to nlrasc, 1 flattc: rfn,^iwiin)WHmiww)Hwiiini.iwiipiiw^ih-o-.-. rnyself that I can and will give entire aatislai IJ If a 11 a T lion to all favoring me with their putronuge. H it TrtiMlUj Until the Ist of October, I can bo found at j j- >'i 4'JF my old stand oil Cotton Avi-nuc, oyposiln Tri TO EVERYBODY AND HIS CHARMING WIFE! r imIAT nil important, event, the election, having passed away, ami the “ times that tried men I souls” have merged into the ” piping times of peace”; and Winter has been ushered in among twitter of lairds and music of the leaves as they full to the ground ; and tiro Summer hav ing faded away and the weather reduced to something agreeable, I have to announce to my nu merous and beloved patrons that I have recently returned from an extended trip to New York, Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie and Weehassan, ami other celebrated markets, where I purchased, and have now in my store, the largest lot of “GOODIES!” Ever brmi#ht to Macon, cormlatiii# In Dart of Hiitiir, Coffee, New York Canvanhcd limns and Break flint Bacon, Lard, Rutter, Canned Fruit, Jellien, Pickle*, Kaisiun, Nuts, Apples, Lemons, Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers, Cheese, Spiced Hams, Bologna Sausages, and—well, it would take me all tiny to write wbat I have got, Hm i it would till tbi paper so full that fiJmith wouldn’t have a local for a week. It is almost unnecessary for me to mention the fact that lam prepared, as ever, to supply Oysters and Hhell-lish of all kinds, from a Crab to a Credeyoystcr. The finest Kish, fresh and on ice, is kept by me, and sold at living rate's. In view of the fact that the people of Macon, and those visiting Macon, ore determined to cat whether they tret anythin# #ood or not, I have prepared myself for the emergency, by making ample arrangements to have my DINING TABLES Supplied with the very best this and other markets can afford. That popular dish, “Birds on Toast” being my own Invention, the people can always find the same at my restaurant. To gether with my polite corps of waiters, tills branch of my business will receive the patronage of all of my old customers, and, 1 hope, many new ones. My restaurant is, as is well known, supplied with the very lust EATABLES & DRINKABLES that could he found. Therefore, gentlemen and ladles, having laid before you what 1 have cm hand, and wishing you all the best luck and that I can suit you In your purchases from me I must close this letter. If at nny time I ean serve you, you have but to command me or my corps of attentive und obliging clerks, and you will be made happy. Thanking you for past favors, I am tenderly yours, W. P. CARLOS. PROSPECTUS In Weekly Enlerprise, i YV. YV.YTKIN HICKS, Editor. ON or about the firet week in October, ■ve will i rim from till* office the first num ! Large, Live, Weekly Paper! i ■ It will contain all the the Telegraphic news of the week, Mid the late st reliable information on all subjects and from ull parts <>f the world. In its editorial department will lie found dis cussions of all the LIVE ISSI'Eh of the Hints. Particular attention will he giv en to the advancement of Science, Art, and Literature; while all interesting events and authentic progress of the political world w ill be faithfully presented. hubscrii’Tlo.s rules. One Year VI X Six Month* 1 00 Invariably In advance. f-if Nu subscription taken for ls than six VCV roIMF-) STNT ON APPT rCATIN Change of Schedule. ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD. I FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE ’ Orricc Macon and Augusta Railroad, I Macon, May 18, 1872. ( ON and after Sunday, May 19, 1872, and un til further notice, the traius on this Road will run as follows: DAT TRAIN —DAILY (SUNDAYS KXCKPTED). Leave Augusta 11.00 A. M. Leave Macon 0.30 a. m. Arrive ut Augusta 2.45 r. M. Arrive at Macon 7.40 r. m. Passengers leaving Macon at 0.30 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 Railroad pi*-Tickets sold and baggage ebt. zed to all points North, both by rail and by steamship* from Charleston. :uv S. K. JOHNSON Suo’t. .1. .. AHlM.ff*, ATTORNEY AT LAW. UVj BAYSTItKET, SAVANNAH. GA. Collections promptly attended to wj rnunev remitted nt once. P. O. Box >*#. 181 W ‘