W. 4. IIITF. Major.
, , w A. K. Tinsley,
V r w,n,iT B N, E. Woodmpp,
■'* iV z .EUAML :• B. Kobekts,
if, f.,1, K. 1. Stuono,
v. SM,' IL -I. H.SSEU-,
a i)ALT, 11- \Vau>i.:nstriN;
C. .1. Wn-I ' 1 r ™ t "" t !r k ;
■' n lC ov ' City Attorney.
t) H % n: uo.:>n:;;:.:: cu y pw™.
. m , . ..Chief of Police.
fi*r Tom i 1 .Firr-t Lieutenant.
’,*• i; Vi t-v Second Lieutenant.
W \ Wiiev,'. Third Lieutenant.
..Guard House Keeper.
?■ R c iVhkv ■ .Street Overseer.
* "k H vhm vn City Sexton.
n' o’ Magazine Keeper.
,l,nix 1 iv.ii-,. .. ..Clerk oi the Market.
t'liis Ollier is prepnred l •
•-rule .lob lrtnluir * I** l>
Milli Ibe limes, anil In a <> !•
.uli.I.K lerv lo all. Flue work
uiiiiie a wpcclally. Me oollflt
vomi- orders, and will o our
ln*si lo pleuse you. "I'ltV I'H.
H( ).M K AFFAIRS.
"jl H OY. <a.. oi l'. 1554
lliltb Superior Coiirt.
The Court opened this niornine:, .IndjreCole
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On Saturday evening, Mr. E. H. Harman was
arrested by Special Deputy, W. T. llarbaum.
The following were arrested to day ; E. Spin
ner, John Saulsburv, Alt'reil Edwards, and
Wade Hampton, disorderly conduct, costs.
Jab.ez Lucas, drunk and fighting £5 and costs.
Elizabeth Alien and Edna Crossland, fight
ing, $2 and costs each.
John Wimberloy, lighting, 45 and costs.
In consequence oi ruisconnection of trains,
the Snedair Pomeroy Troupe will not Perform
to-night as advertised. They will appear to
morrow night, and We hope to see a good house.
Secure your scats.
l.ost liis Hut.
As our frieud Watson, of the Telegraph, was
going to Atlanta last Saturday night he lost his
beaver. One of Atlanta's mosquitoes who was
rusticating around Jonesboro seized it, and
Watson had to make out witli an old one lie
had at home.
As Mr. Theodore Nottingham and John Mor
ris were riding out in a buggy yesterday morn
ing, they turned the corner of Second and Clier- ;
ry streets too short and the buggy was turned J
completely over, Mr. Nottingham striking on ,
his head. He died last night at half past six.
The funeral will take place to-morrow.
Attempt at HurstlarjT
The residence of Mr. Henry Tindall was
entered by a burglar on last Saturday night
about 10M o’clock, before the family had re
tired. They were sitting in a room separated
from the dwelling, when Harry his son, coming
in, heard the falling of a chair went into the
room by one door when the burglar went out
at the opposite one. No clue to the perpetra
tor can he had.
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Withiu the past week there has been two at
ttempts to fire the wooden building on the cor
ner of Fourth and Plum, used as a colored peo
The other night a quantity of lighted cotton
was thrown upon some hay, and hut for the
smell of “somethin’ burnin’ ” reaching the
nostrils of some sable billiard players in a room
above, might have caused the destruction of the
house. The police are on the watch.
A Way at Surrency.
Spreading ourself as best we could upon two
seats of the cars on the Brunswick Railroad,
under command of Capt. Jarvis, we slumbered
utterly oblivious of the turbulent world until
the conductor sang out “Ghostville!” Making
■our way through grass wet with the falling dew,
mad stumbling over cross-ties, we found our
self gently tapping at the door of the haunted
house. No response being given, we went in
and found a nearly smothered fire, and an old
codg'T sans coat, sans socks, sans shoes, sans
even thing but a shirt and pair of pants, nod
ding away in a chair. In close proximity sat a
bottle, half full of popskull. We sat down and
caressed the fire. The wind whistled without
and the window glass rattled ominously. The
flickering light of the fire caused pantomimic
figures on the wall to unstring our nerves,
while a strange noise like the whimpering of
an infant made us start every few minutes.
The clock dial wore a solemn look and the ;
ticking was so slow and measured that we
wished ourself an hundred times safe in our
little bed at home. But “there came a rap- <
ping, gentle tapping at the chamber door,” and
in walked three ghost hunters from Savannah,
and wc were happy. We soon became ac
quuinted, and when the object of the visit was
mad known gaiety threw solemnity out of
place and the haunted house could not frighten
ds. Old Benzine was awakened and coaxed
into a communicative mood. He told us he
had he l n selected by the “sperrits” as a me
diuihf and that not long since he had received
the “first, second, third and fourth books on
Spiritualism” from New York, mailed by the
spirits themselves. lie said also that he had
been with them and one gave him the follow
ing eight words : “lie that was slain soareth
to kindred spirits."
IV lun daylight appeared, visitors began to
pour iu from all quarters. iVe found Charlie
Pendleton,of the Valdosta Times, and Gen. Dor
kins, from Jacksonville, Florida, among them.
Our exploring party consisted of Messrs. John
Bewin, C. Barnwell, and H. C. Mayner, all of
jpvannah, and your humble reporter.
R'Ve made the acquaintance of Mr. Surreney,
“Who gave ns the same information heretofore
published, and stated that his daughter had
*¥ B<sr ' Bcn t away to his son-in-law's, about a mile
®*r the station.
-Viler breakfast; with a determination to find
otit the cause of the trouble, we started to Mr.
Patterson’s, the son-in-law of Mr. Surreney.
We first -truck up with a man and brother who
gave a description of the route to be taken. He
*a. i ou jea take de right hand road, and
you il come to a cypress swamp, anddereyou’ll
find a foot log, and when you cross dat yau
| 11 '‘ttle w ys, and you see der honse ” We
followed his directions. We found the pond
j and the loot logs. These logs were of varions
! " ize a. a ud to walk them required the skill of a
I Blondin. But with the aid of poles and good
I balancing we got across, and soon found oar
s’ selves fronting the house of Mr. Patterson,
Bear in mind that the report had been credi-
I ted that these troubles arose from the fact of
Mi-s Surreney being a “medium,“and had been
I M:Ti < away* and it was our purpose to interview
| her and ascertain what she knew about throw
ling brickbata. Me were well received by Mr.
Patterson, who furnished us with sugar cane
Ipmd a recital ©fall the strange occurrences. He
was an intelligent and truthful gentleman and
we believe his report He stated that the first
occurrence happened at Mr. Burreucy’s house
in thUmanno.: Mr. 8. had gone down oil a
visit on Thursday, 19th iust., to No. T aud was
to return that evening. When the train was
about due, (it was then about (lark) Mlts Clour
entiue Surrency went to the railroad, which
runs nearly by the gate of the house, to me,e t
the train. While looking in the direction of the
traiu, towards Macon, she saw something in the
shape of a man,dressed in white,coming towards
her. Being frightened she ran to the house, hut
did not roach it before a light wood knot felj
within a few feet of her. This was followed by
a shower of thorn and a few brickbats.
Previous to tills, the family had oltcu teased
her for being “scary,” and she did not make
much mention of it before her mother. A ne
gro plowman was then sent out, hut lie, too,
ran hack; for fear of being struck by (he falling
bits of woods. Mrs. Surrency, thinking some
one was throwing ut the house, went out, and
she too saw the wood falling in every direction.
It then ceased outside and began to show “it
self” in the house. Crockery, etc., began to
fall and break, and everything was consterna
tion Mr. Hauip Surrency, brother of A. P.,
was sent after, and saw the strange doings.
There was no.sleep in the house that night.
What happened after that has been reported
correctly in a former number of this paper.
Thinking that his daughter might ho the
cause of the trouble, he sent Iter with her
mother to Mr. Patterson’s when the strange
things began to occur there. A wash-pan was
on the water shelf nearly full of water, and
wtiile Mr. I’, was about five steps front it,
fell ut. his feet spilling tho water. Chairs would
tip over, shoes would fall about, etc. Mi's.
Surrency went home leaving her daughter at
Mr. Patterson’s, and the trouble commenced
at home on her return. We saw Miss Surrency
and found her to be a beautiful and modest
young lady. Having to go to clmreli we failed
to be introduced to her.
On our way back to the Station we turned
tke'matteqover in our minds as to|the cause. It
could not be Mias Surrency for she was absent
part of the time the things were occurring ; It
could not he the little negro girl for she was
sent and known to b# away part of the time;
it is impossible that any human being could have
done tilings that did happen (or the best men
of the country lie,) and therefore, the only
cause we could assign was that spiritualism
was the agency, and that Mrs. Surrency is the
medium. This conclusion may he hasty and
ill-founded, but having plied questions and
traveled over the entire place, and collected all
the facts possible, this is our solution.
Mrs. Surrency is the only person who has ■
been present at any occurrence, and her state- j
ment can be relied on as she bears an irre- j
proncluible character and has no desire lo noto- \
The occurrences ceased on Friday night last, i
and we hope will never occur again.
Mr. Surrency throws his doors open for j
everybody, and if visitors continue lie will soon 1
be eaten out of a house and home. His heart
is entirely too large.
Wc left atll o’clock last night, feeling satis
fied Unit the cause of the mysterious doings
lies in some supernatural agency.
Our trip was tiie most extensive dose of No.
0 we ever took.
Our hearty thanks to Mr. Surrency and fam
ily, Mr. Patterson, and to our genial compan
ions from Savannah.
To Capt. Jarvis, the conductor, we lift our
hat, aud congratulate the Brunswick road in
having so gentlemanly and efficient an officer.
Good News. Dr. Lindoman, the great
Chiropodist, has arrived and taken rooms at
Brown's Hotel, where he will cure corns, bun
ions and had nails, without drawing blood.
Remember lie will only remain a few days'
His charges arc moderate. Give him n call.
Read what Professor W. E. Ward, Principal
of Ward’s Seminary for young ladies, Nashville,
Tennessee, says of Perkins & House’s non-cx
plosivc kerosene lamp :
“I have examined this lamp, and believe it
to he the best I have ever seen. Its cleanliness
and steadiness of flame, consumption of smoke,
and the fact that it is, according to the testi
mony of eminent chemists, entirely non-explo
sive, give it strong claims to public favor.”
We, thft undersigned, having this lamp now
in use, fully endorse the above :
Geo B Turpin, Rev II K Rees,
J P Flanders, A L Maxwell,
W W Carnes, Putzel & Jacobs,
Guilford, Wood A Cos, J J Flanders,
A Patterson A Cos. JII Zcilin A Cos,
Ward A Nelson, J Monroe Ogden,
W E Flanders, STAB Walker,
J W'Burke, R H Flanders,
M R Rogers, I 11 Harris, proprietor
M Elkin, Spot-wood Hotel.
Dublon A Dreyfous.
For sale by Wise, Dobbs A Cos.
Macon Telegraph and Messenger Office,
October2-t, 1872.—Perkins A House’s non-ex
! plosive lamp has been extensively used in this
! office for a year, with entire safety and satlsfae
: tion. Clisbv, Jones A Reese.
Caui.ob still keeps the freshest fish, tlujfincst
oysters, the coldest ice, the yellowest oranges,
the reddest apples, the Irishest potatoes, the
genuinest cigars, the sweetest French candy,
the goodlest groceries and tin: best place in
town to buy your groceries at. tf
Fakkau’s Electric —Warranted to cure the
following diseases or money refunded: Dip
tberia, Neu-algiu, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Diarrhea and Rheumatism if not of too long
Fakuak’s Ague Cuke—Warranted to cure
in three days or money refunded. For sale by
Hint, Rankin it I.amak,
<1:1-171 Wholesale Agents.
Oranges at VV. P. Carlos’.
Guernsey, Barlraa & Mris,
Ki 11. Dint's SIPPLV STOIIE,
lllake’s Block, loplar Ntreet,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Kn*h, Moors, Hlindft, Frsim*,
Brackets, Tewel Posts,
Halitistera. Mantles, Etc,, Etc.
Carpenter Tools, Locks, Xailsj Hinges,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, Etc.
COXTKACTORS for BITEDINU.
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST.
Sale of* Livery Stable Stock
W r ILL he sold at public outcry at Holmes
& Clay's Livery Stable, at 10 o’clock a.
m. , on the firstTneeday in November next, CM)
Twenty head of Horses, Carriages, Plisetons,
Buggies, flacks, Wagons, Harness, Saddles,
Bridles. Iron Safe, Desk, etc. Sold for division.
For further tairticulars, apply to
C. MABTERSON, Receiver,
oct!s tds At the Stables.
It Is Amo Tri r.—lf you wanttq buy Rea
dy-made Clothing or good Underclothing, etc.,
it will pay you to walk up to first door above
First National Rank, Chony street.
If C. U. Burd.
Tin: ithk vt Dry Goons Hoi si: or 8.
Waxkuui m and Hrothku. —This mammoth
Dry Goods House Is truly one* of the greatest
in all the Southern country. Wo doubt If
there are many which are more extensive on
the North American continent outside of New
York and Philadelphia, and even in those
cities there are not many carrying heavier
stocks or doing u larger trade.
Occupying the centre of Triangular Block
running through from Second street to Cot
ton Avenue, and from cellar to roof, there are
live grand divisions to the establishment.
The cellars or ground rooms are used for
packing aud unpacking goods for all depart
ments and for the storage of Domestics.
Tho right hand tloor above is the chief whole
sale department, and hero we find a ship load
of Prints, Domestics, Alpacens of all colors,
Janes, Bleachings, Shirtings, Stripes, Checks,
Ginghams, Fancy Dress Goods, Red and White
Flannels, Opera Flannels, Tickings, Brown
Coods, Corsets, Liuseys, Poplins, and so on,
running through the entire catalogue.
On the left is the general Retail Room, and a
I busy scene it always presents, morning, noon
l and night. It would he much easier to tell
what is not in there than what is. It contains
j among other things the largest stock of silks
in Georgia—some of them running ns high as
SIOO per pattern. Our ladies can find anything
there from an inch of ribbon to n cashmere |
The two floors above are set apart for ready
made clothing, boots, shoes, hats, shawls,
hosiery, gloves, linens, shirts, balmoral skirts,
cloaks, blankets, quilts and notions ad infini-
But it is useless to call every article by name,
it would take up half the space in our paper.
Dealers must go and sec 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 w ithout having con- '
signments for W. & 8., Macon.”
The Senior requests us to make the positive
statement os a fact that then veil at Xtm York
Wc found the house this morning full of
country merchants and citizens, and every clerk
just as busy as he could be; and no wonder,
for such a stock as that will attract people to it
the dullest day In the week, and at this season
no one wishing to purchase w ill go by it.
A large capital, industry, the most scrupu
lous honor, and n long series of years devoted
to the business, has placed this house in the
front rand of Dry Goods Dealers in Georgia. It .
is known far and wide as such and w ill continue
to be for a long time to come. octO 3w
Macon Loilj'e, No. 5, meets every Ist and 3d
Monday night, at Masonic Hall, Cotton Avenue.
Mizpah Lodge, No. 47, meets every fid and
4tli Thursday nights at Masonic Hall.
Constantine Chapter, mo. 4, R. A. M., meets
every fid aud 4th Monday niglit at Masonic Hall.
St. Omcr Commandery, No. 3, Knights Tem
plar, meets Ist Thursdays of each mouth at
Protection No. 1 meets Ist Tuesday night in
each month—House Poplar st,., corner fid.
Ocmulgee No. 8 meets Ist Monday night in
each montli —House on Cotton Avenue, near
Young America No fi meets Ist Monday night
in each month—House fidst., corner Mulberry
Mechanics’ No. 4 meets Ist Monday night in
each month —House corner Hawthorne and fid
Defiance No. 5 meets Ist Tuesday in each
montli —Housed in City Hull.
Hook and Ladder No. 1 meets Ist Friday
night in each montli—House Poplar st., cor
Franklin Lodge, No. ‘J, meets every Thurs
day niglit at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Cotton Avenue.
United Brothers Lodge, No. 5, meets every
Tuesday niglit at Odd Fellows’ Hull.
Germania Lodge, No. 5‘J, meets every
Wednesday niglit at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Macon Union Encampment No. 2, meets at
Odd Fellows’ Hall on ”and and 4th Mondays of
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meet every Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’
GOOD TEM PLAItS.
Walton Lodge, No. 2:>, meets every Tues
day night at Progress Club Hall.
Aurora Lodge, No. M), meets every Friday
night at their Hall in Hollingsworth Block.
Dougherty Lodge, No. 179, meets every
Monday night at Progress Club Hall.
Windsor Lodge, No. 120, meets every Thurs
day night at their Hall on Windsor Hill.
Progress Club meets every Sunday niglit. at
their Hall on Mulberry street.
Hibernian Society meets Ist, Tuesday in each
month at No. 2 Engine House.
Malacbi Lodge, No. 140, I. O. B. Ik, meets
second and fourth Sundays in each month.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers meets
every Wednesday night at the Passenger Depot.
Visiting brethren welcome.
JCpUcopil —Christ Church, Rev. B. Johnson,
Rector—Walnut st., between 2d and Bd. Ser
vices 10 1-2 a. m. and 8 r. m.
St. Paul’s Church, Rev. H. K. Rees, Rector
—Vincvillc. Services II a. m. ; sp. m. Chil
dren’s Service; op. m. Evening Prayer.
St. Barnabas, services by the Rector of Christ
Church, at sp. m. Near Macon <fc Brunswick
Railroad Freight Depot.
Catholic —St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. L. I).
Bazin. Mass 7a.m. ; High Muss 10:00 a. m. ;
Vespers 4 1-2 p. M.
JVetbylcrlan —Mulberry St. Church, Rev. C.
B. Vaughn, pastor. Services 10 1-2 a. m. and
8 P. M.
Windsor Hill Church, Rev. Wm. McKay,
pastor. Services semi-monthly.
hrwliti*h Synagogue —J. H. llcrtz, President
Near Ist Baptist Church. Services Friday eve
ning and Saturday morning.
JJa/ilist —Ist 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 P. M.
Second Baptist, Rev. James Mcßryde, pastor
—near Findlay’s Foundry. Services 10 1-2 a. m.
and 8 P. M.
Mission Chapel, Windsor Hill, supplied from
the city churches. * %
Methodist EpiKopal—yi ulbcrry Street, Rev.
J. O. Branch, pastor—M ulbcrry st, comer Ist.
Serv ices at 10 1-12 A. M. and 8 p. M.
First Street Church, Rev. W. W. Ilieks, pas
tor —Ist street, between Oak and Arch. Ser
vices 10 1-2 a. m. and 8 P. m.
VineviUc Church, supplied from the city
East Macon Church, Rev. J. W. Burke, pav
tor. Services 10 1-2 a. m. and 4p. m.
Lunch at regular lunch hours, Free Soup,
Tomamljcrrv, Hotpnnchea, and Cincinnati I 1
gor Beirut I'Umun’a Isaacs House Suh.im
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That’s So.- If you want a suit made in or
; clrr iu tho heat style, you will save money by
culling on (If) C. 11. lluiin.
Call at 8. T. A B. P. Walker's this evening,
if you want such tilings as choice Tennessee
Reef, Pork, Sausage, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ap
ples, Oranges, Humiunas, Malaga Grapes, or
anything else in the fancy or family grocery
octlT-tf 88 CUEiiuv St.
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Carlos has Florida Oranges largo and sweet.
No more blowing about your Ferrcotypos.
Brown inis just received the host and largest
Fcrreotypo machine that ever came South. —
Call at No. s Cotton Avenue, if you want good
pictures. Old Cameras for sale—dUl'emd sizes,
FINANCIAL 4 COSEMAL
■ Soils Itevlew l' the llurhel.
Office Macon Daily Entbufuisk, (
October fiS—fi o’clock, P. M. |
Cotton.—Report for fit hours, since fi I’. M.
yesterday. Sold 627 bales ; shipped 4te hales.
Received 04fi bales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1872
bales , 412
Received last 81 hours <T’>
Received previously 18,:CM—18,077
Total receipts 16,381)
Snipped last 24 hours 441
Shipped previously 13,415—13,850
Stock oil hand this evening 6,633
Market active l'fjC.
I*ll ii i: ii icitiLVi'.
OSNABURGS—No. 1 16
No. fi U
MACON SHEETING 13W
WaymanvUlH Sheeting It
Houston Sheeting Ills
Houston Stripes lfi^alo
Columbus Siripos L>alß
High Shoal Stripes 16
Montour Shil ling—% WW
Factory Sew ing Thread 66
YARNS—... 1 60
GRlTS—per bushel ... 1 35
OATS—per bushel 66a05
FIELD PEAS—per bushel
Tennessee I h'ufi 66
Clover 1 60
PEA NETS—per bushel 160
P< IT A rOES —Planting
Table use 6 .Via i 00
BUTTER—Goshen No. I peril. 43a44
Goshen No. fi per 16 fin
Tennessee No. I “ • 3 i
Tennessee No. :> ■■ fill
COFFEE—Rio per 111 fifiafis
Java per Hi OOußfi
CHEESE—Best Cream per lb.. 18
New York per 1h... 15
MOLASSES—N. (). Syrup pi r ga, 1 . On
“Georgia” pergui.. 70
Sugar House 35
SYRUPS—GoIden Drips, per gal... 06a75
Medium per gal On
Ordinary per gal fin
SUGAR—“ A” per lb IfiJia
White Extra “ C” 13a
New Orleans (hints) hl,il3j'
Yellow C 1 fi. 1 fa
Port! Rico . 11;' alfi; .
POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 35
Orange Mills 7 00
PROVISIONS, GRAIN, OItOUEhIES, Ac.
BACON—Clear-ribbed Sides (smokd).. 13
Shoulders 6 ,nlo
HAMS—MagnoliuS. C., canvassed... t'.M.aifiO
Tennessee, plain-cured I balmy
White Bellies lOlyali
PORK—Pickled, mess 18 00
New, mess 10 00
Pickled, rumps 15 00
BULK MEATS—Cask Sides i..
LARD —Prime Leaf, Tierces lliillja
FLOUR -Low superfine per bid u 7 00
Standard superfine.. 8 50
Extra 0 00
Family 10 00
“Wylcys X X X X“ .
Georgia Mills ( It 50u13 00
llyaclnthe 6 50
“Domestic” 12 00
Star of Beauty 11 00
Belle of Ge.orgia II ilO
Pride of Dixie 18 00
Silver Lake 13 00
CORN —White per bushel 65
Mixed tier bushel 88a60
SHOT—Per sack 3 00
CRACKERS—Butter per 11. 66
Sugar 13 1-3
CANDY—New York peril) IS
M. it. Rogers A: Cos 10
BLACKING—No. 1 per gross 500
No. !i 0 00
No. 8 7 00
SODA—Bi-Carl), per ID Oali)
POTASH—Per lb Wall
SOAP—Turpentine per II) 0 1-8
Toilet per do/. 75a 130
YEAST POWDEHB—Preston and
Merrill’s per (10/. I 75a3 45
11 orsford’s 3 00
TOBACCO—Choice Chewing per lb 75
I hdinury 40u50
Choice Smoking 1 35
CIGARS -Imported per thousand 75 00a 150 IK)
Domestic 15 OOnOO 00
SNUFF—Scotch per lb 7H
PIPES—Per box 8 50a 150
MACKEREL—No. 1 kit 8 84u8 50
No. 8 hi.la 1.4 50a14 00
No. 8 kits 1 70
No. 5 bbis—large,. 11 50s 14 50
No. 4 kits I 50a 1 70
WHITE FISH—Half l)hl 7 50a!> 00
CANDLES—Best Star (full w’t)... 111^a23
EGGS —Per do/
CHICKENS—Per do/ 4 00fl5 00
SALT -Virginia per sack 8 10a3 15
Liverpool 8 85
HIDES—Dry Hint I4alo
SWEET POTATOES. I 50
WHISKY—Common Rye 1 05al 10
A. B. I.I’CE, l'ro|)i'i( l()r.
BOA R D PE R I) A Y 83.00.
DAV U>ard and board and lodging In a pri
vate bonne, can be h/wl by applying to
W. D. Rainey on Walnut street, Macon.
Hepf. 12,1872. 137*102.
WOOD AND COAL.
III A VE established, near tho Macon ,v Wc ■l •
cm Railroad Depot, an ample yard with
I alrhauks’ best scales) to simply all kinds of
Wood and Coni, In any quantity, and the lowt
WEIGHT. MEASURE and
Ql AI.ITY til All AVI LED.
A share of public patronage Is respectfully
solicit! and. Orders left at the offices of Messrs.
It. L. Jewett, Greer, Lake A Cos , Turpin ,V
Ogden, through Poctoltlee, or at tln' t uni, will
have prompt attention. Comeand -ce
It MOO MILO S. FREEMAN.
(v Nl'. of tlu* moht (U'rtlrnble vlncv* on Troup
/ Mill, oiu* mile from the Court House*, and
near Mercer ITiivcrsit y. Nino acres of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Parties wnntiiuc to rent a good bouse can se
cure one by applying 1o 1 1■ undiTt iiiiied, or to
Messrs, li. It. Wii-luvA Cos., 0d and re* Neroiid
street, Maen <la.
• Pl.'tf JAMKS \Y KNOTT.
rpilE PROPRIETOR Superintends the Pres
X cription department, in person, and uses
the PUREST and FRESHEST medicines that
can bo procured, and would say to every one in
Ids portion of the city, that, they shall have
Drugs and Medicines as fresh and as rlieap as
they can be bought in tho city, lie would ad
vise all who are laboring; under chills and fever
or Liver derangement, to use ids “Remedy for
Chills and Diseases of the Liver,” and will
warrant it in every ease where tho directions
are honestly followed.
Lamp Chimneys, Cigars and Tobacco always
IM-l.V.i Fourth Street, near Arch.
< . IV. IBOU lS£a>.
ATTORNEY’ AT LAW.
Ollie :d i ntranee of Ralston Hall, < Tern tivet.
JV.' - All business will receive prompt atteu
1 I WING m'cntl.V M'llttcil the (.hi Mum. of
J 1 Guo. D. Liiwrciicr, uf'Hi'tiii! lii'owit ih.iiKii,
! um now pt'iqmri'il io hmii-h REFRESH
MENTS Io tho pithin'.
100 UV /.. 11. WHEELER.
Sitvuiiiiuli Steamship lane.
SAILING DAYS EVERY SATURDAY
OF EACH MONTH.
IOW rates of freight and insurantv. !ir L
class passenger accommodations. Order
your goods shipped by “Boston and Savannah
Steamship Line, and avoid ail delay and extra
handling. RICHARDSON BARNARD,
Agent, Savannah, Ga.
F. NICKERSON A On , Ag.nt ,
J. A. MERCIER,
i mu ini sTici:i:r.
Bet. Whitaker nnd Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.
All orders will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of all kind; n spcctfully solicited.
3301 T &c McKenzie,
Cotton an I Commission
.IB !’ B£l' HI A NTS,
low Btny Sli'ccl. S;tViliiiiali, <si.
MEYER, COHEN & CO.,
WHOLESALE 1)11 A LEI’S IN
Boots and Shoes,
18 llroiitclitoii M.,Naviinnub, Gn
Mnrc.huntH mipplb'il nt Ni;w York Market
A. S. AMUL'V <V ISItO.,
COM MIHSN >N M K UCHANTS
Dealers in Fruits, l isli and IVodure,
No. 95 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.
( on- ignmenta solicited.
Orders promptly attended 10. 121-299
E. D. SMYTHE,
Itll'OUTlilt Or CHOCiiEKI,
GlOKimara him) 4'lilnii,
Anil Denier in House Fnrnlsliliuf Ooimlm.
142 Goiijfroa toul 141 Ht. Jullnn Htr.
SAVANNAH, GA. 131-209
F. W. SIMS &L CO;,
Colton Factors aixl Gcneiul
HA VANItAH, GHOItIJIA.
Bagging and Ties supplied at market prices.
Advances made on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. 121-209
a. If. CHAMPION. GEO. C. I KEEMAN.
CIIAMPIOX A: ITIEE.UA.V,
Corner Bay arid Drayton JJtrccts,
SAVANNAH, GA, Rii-200
X,. N. WIIITTI.K. GEO. W. OCTTIX.
WUFFTI.II A M NTT.Y,
ATI'OIt.VEVS, Ac., AT LAW,
N r O. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
M ICON, GA.
J NO. W. CA M Ell ON & CO.,
A first class house in every respect,
Press for Sale!
WE have for sole a large uIM GORDON
PRESS (Aligator) and a RUGGLEB’
PAPER CUTTER in good condition To be
had at a bargain. Solo to make room for lar
ger and Gutter machines.
Aduie- j WING & SMITH,
it/ Mat on, Ga,
FR ICSII NTOCJK !
liSICN OF THE "GOLDEN IHOC.”
I ’ _____
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Mi ni! now in slori> ufn *h Slwk of Goods, and Invite tlm attention of Ihe Publlo.
160,06(1 pounds I’.ACGN SIDES AND SHOULDERS, dlixvtjfrnm the Puckers.
25 llei'rei of the genulim “MAGNOLIA” HAMS.
26 tierce,, PURE LEAF LARD.
5.6611 bushels WHITE AND MIXED CORN. •
fi CAR LOADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT.
500 Rolls RAGGING, weighing fi’.( pounds to tin* Yard.
- V l IIOW*' i* 1 10 fS.
IN ANY QUANTITY
IJn#M Choice RIO COFFEE. ;
50 Bids. SUGAR of various is,
Choice WESTERN HAY, fresh Water Ground MEAL, WHEAT BRAN, LIVERPOOL and
W. have now a e.ood Stock, and respectfully invite the attention of all who ib' ire to pur
chase goodtt in our line.
Entire sat infliction i* guaranteed to our customer*.
PlciiHe call on us at
03 Tliirfl Street, Macon, (la., Sip of ilie "Golden Hoi,”
11 o-i: ir.
AND HIS CHARMING WIFE!
r |MIAT all important event, the election, buying passed away, and tho “ times that tried men's
I* souls ” have merged into the “ piping times of pence”; and Winter has been ushered in
among twitter of birds and music of t he loaves os they fall to the ground ; and the Hummer hav
ing faded away and the weather reduced to something agreeable, f have to announce to my nu
merous and beloved patrons that I have recently returned from an extended trip to New Yrk,
Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie, and VVeehassan, und ot her celebrated markets, where J purchased,
and have now in my store, the largest lot of
Ever brought to Macon, consisting in part of Bugar, Coffee, New York Canvassed Hams und
Breakfast Bacon, Lord, Butter, Canned Fruit, Jellies, Pickles, Raisins, Nuts, Apples, Lemons,
Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers, Cheese, Hpiccd Hams, Bologna Sausages, and—well, it
would take me all day to write what I have got, and it would till this paper so full that Smith
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 Shcll-tish of all kinds, from a Crab to a Greeley oyster.
The Driest Fish, fresh and on ice, is kept by me, and sold ut living rates.
In view of the fact that the people of Macon, und those visiting Macon, arc determined to cat
whether they get anything good or not, I have prepared myself for the emergency, by making
ample arrangements to have my
•Supplied with the very best this and other markets can Afford. That popular dish, “Birds on
'roost” being my own invention, tin*, people can always Und the same ut my restaurant. To
gether with my polite corps of waiters, this branch of my business will receive the patronage
of all of my old customers, and, ! hope, many new ones. My restaurant Is, as Is well known*
supplied with the very best
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
Unit uould In; found. Therefore, gentlemen and ladlc-n, having lahl before you what I have on
hand, and wlhliliifj you nil tho host luck and that I can suit you in your purchases from me I
must close this letter. If ut any time I can serve you, you’ have hut to command me or mv
corps of attentive and obliging (durks, and juu will he made happy. Thanking you for past
favors, I am tenderly yours,
W, P. CARLOS.
WINSHIP <fc CALLAWAY,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST
IN THE STATE,
50 Mpoouil Nt*eet, Macon. r*%