w. a. mirr, >••
ii clay AR. Timuy,
:!:j j ;wu.uuhn.
p. FITZOKSALP, ; B- ’
W. I*. Ellis,
A T SMI I U •* * kX
U Daly K. Waugbnbtkis.
■ J. WILUAMSON, Tr “|-
',, H.cos City Attorney.
V, li N Holmes City Physiean.
Chief of Police.
cTati oh ... First Lieutenant.
„ ' nnuT Second Lieutenant.
y Wilkt,. Third Lieutenant.
, P Kinney’ Owin' House Keeper.
Vi inn Cheeky -Street Overseer.
K Harman City Sexton.
ilnnoKiNs Magazine Keeper.
'.„ N Sima*,..’ Clerk of the Market
• ji, Ofli'<* is prepared to ci
.|ol> Brlniii :•* prices Io
14 file flutes, mill In style
.ii Istl.efory *o nil. Fine work
i tile specially. We solicit
orders, and will do our
", ,o please yon. TltV IS.
I| V( >, <*-*.. yV. •-!, 1H74
A little hoy, the nephew of Mr. 8. D. Kurnev,
accidentally fell into the fire last Sunday even
ing by the heel of his shoe catching in the
hearth, hit hand \'i burned, and knocking
over the teapot he wa> badly scalded in the
face. Dr. Burgess was the attending physi
Coroucr Dewberry received Information this
morning that George Smith, one of the wound
ed at the Macon riot, had died, and conse
quently he empannelled a jury and went out to
hold an inquest over the body. When the
coroner aid his I oleum lookiug jury entered
the house, about a mile from the city, they
were asked in by George himself! The report
m" false and the coroner was sold.
I Ncxttohia beautiful lady and the smaller
IClaya, Jennings Clay loves his two horses,
I(,rcy Eagle and Flying Cloud. They are hie
■pets and they deserve and appreciate hit fond-
Itess for them. But the epirooty spared them
tot and they are both aick. Jennings lias laid
■everything else aside and is doctoring his bean
■tdully horses as kindly as if they were his
Rhildren. We hope they may soon recover,
Smi live to carry our hard-working, jolly,
wood natured Alderman around the city at 2:40
fcpoed for a long time to come.
First on docket was a yonng man who took
too much water in his’n and in his endeavors
to sober off, struck a young nig who had him
brought up. 05 and costs.
•Moses Clark acknowledged that he had been
drunk aud disorderly, and for telling the truth
about it, he only pays $5 and costs.
Sam Taylor was up for selling whisky with
out a license. It seems as if Sam recently went
partners with a fellow who held a license, but
the fellow run sway with license, pistol,
money, stock and everything else, leaving Sam
without any visible meanß of support batring
one bottle of crack skull and a half dozen
cheroots. By promising to close up the she
bang Sam was allowed to go bis way.
Tbe people meet at the City Hall to night for
the purpose of ratifying the ward nominations,
and for the transaction of other business con
nected with the municipal election. TV# would
sound a note of warning and trust it will he
heeded. In the ratification of ward nomina
tions he careful to endorse such men who own
city property—those who represent taxpayers.
We want good solid men for Aldermen. We
want them to own real estate, so that when
they assess heavy taxes upon the people they
will bear their share of th# burden. We want
no ornaments among our council men—lst them
he of the people, and especia’ly the taxpayers.
What does an Alderman represent who does
not own a dollar’s worth of real estate proper
ty ? What,beneflt_is_he to liis ward citizens ?
What good is to he derived from his election V
Then we say be careful what nominations you
ratify, and we trust if there is any “who repre
sent nothing .but themselves” on the ticket
they will come favor who own
property and pay taxes.
About s quarter past three this morning the ,
hells of the city rung out the alarm of lira. It
proved to be an old stable on the lot of Mrs.
Nancy Minor, on Fifth street between i'lum
and Pine. The stable was situated in the rear
of the lot near the railroad. It burnt to tbe
ground before water could he thrown. The
tire was the work of ail incendiary. The hand
eigines, Nos. 2, 4 and 5, and Hook and Ladder
Truck were promptly on hand, No. 5 being the
tint to reach the scene. Steamer No. J man- j
*,'cd to get out of the house but her epizootic
horses could not pull her and she returned,
- riding her hose carriage to the tire. Steamer
Xo. :j, having the misfortune to lose the ser
vices of her mules by the epizooty, was taken
hold of by the boys and a rived second on the
At the request of Chief Patterson and oilier
■fliccrs of the Department, we request the eit
i/ ms, whether members of companies or not,
residing in the vicinity of Nos. 1 and 3, to ten
der their services in pulling the two steamers
while llie horse disease is raging. Kindness in
This particular will be appreciated.
The llorac Malady.
The epizooty is mighty and still prevails.
Four of oar physicians are riding Shank’s
mare, their horses having become dead-head
patients. The horse of Capt&in J. C. Wheeler
was taken this morning, and was sent home
under a blanket. Mr. Clay’s beautiful horse,
" Flying Cloud,” is .'Tiering from it. We
hear of a gr eat many eases in and around Hie
I-ait Sunday afternoon, as Mr. Win. G.
Hoje was walking on the scaffold around a
kiln of brick, at his brickyard near the city, a
dense volume of smoke enveloped him, and
not seeing the edge of the scaffold stepped otf
ud fell, dislocating the knee joint. He was
conveyed to his residence and was doing very
'.veil at last accounts.
. aesn evert Moknjsg.— A few fine Ten
nesce shoate, superior pork sausages, made
from the same. The finest of Tennessee beef,
mutton, Ac., in fact every thing that is found
m a fresh meat market, can be had K. L. Henry
A Pro's., a few doors above the Enterprise
°° the ™ * nd satUf y y° u reclf.
arlos still keeps the freshestfish, the finest
oysters, the coldest ice, the yellowest oranges,
the reddest apples, the Irishest potatoes, the
genmnest cigars, the sweetest French candy,
the goodiest groceries and the best place in
town to buy your groceries at. tf
Oranges at W. P. Carlos'.
the StHjofiitiy 4te>llon.
Uu our first page wlil be found an article
trom the pen of Mr. 11. B. Barfield, taken from
the columns of the Telegraph ami Messenger.
The srticle may have been written With the
best intentions ana in good spirit; it is perhaps
the honest opinion of the gentlemen; it was
perhaps not written for a personal attack on
Mr. Huff, but wo incline to differ with him. Ii
our humble opinion it is an article of errors uud
an iinprovoked assault on our worthy Mayor,
and we are glad to be able to point out loinu of
the most glaring errors. According to Mr. H.
the Mayor stated that lie bad never attended a
Democratic meeting in his life. To rebut this
we give the words of Mr. Huff in his report of
“It may surprise some of my most ardent
traduesrs to learn that I have never yet attend
ed or participated in a political meeting of any
kind,’’ and “I have never been seen or heard
in a political caucus, private or public, Repub
lican or Democratic.”
How docs this tally with Mr. Barfield’s state
Mr. Barfield thinks that Mr. Duff's first ride
into popular favor as a candidate was on a few
velocipedes to the music of cheap tin horns!
We know whereof we speak when w* say that
two of our purest gentlemen and Democrats,
Hon. A. O. Bacon and Mil). Ben (J. Smith, were
the gentlemen that first spoke to him on the
subject and asked him to allow his name to go
before the peopio as a candidate lor Mayor.
We skin over the figures in Mr. Barfield’s
article. They are not clear enough for ns, nor
have we found any one aide to “tangiblize”
We now find Mr. Hull' charged with paying
money out of Hie public crib for the purpose
of having sacred music at tile park from the
“cheap tin horns.’’ We have the word of the
City Treasurer that ho has never paid a solitary
cent to them for that purpose.
The writer, a former member of thal band,
vouches for the correctness of the Treasurer’s
statement. The band was paid by individual
subscriptions. Messrs. Brown .V Cos. know
this to be so.
One rnoro point. Mr. Huff is charged with
having been prominent in getting up the en
dorsement and nomination of the business
men of the city. Wo emphatically deny this.
Mr. Hull' had no more to do with that “project” J
than the mania the moon, lie did not see it I
until brought to him by Colonel Lawton about j
seven o’clock of the night the day it was
Mr. Barfield bring* forward serious charges,
and lie should bring paoor to substantiate
them. We think, while we believe Mr. B. lias
only stated what he beluns to be correct, be
hss made most wanton and malicious attack
on a worthy man, and we are glad that Mr.
Huff has the dignity not to notice it.
A Colored Man Speaks.
Mr. Editor :—Two years ago the white
young men conceived the idea of nominat
ing TV. A. Hufffor Mayor upon the broad
platform of the people which towers above
all parties—in it they liad the unanimous
cooperation of the colored voters—the re
sults of that cooperation during the past
two years has been good and (excepting
the 2nd of October,) our white fellow-citi
zens and ourselves have continued upon the
most amicable terms, and our common
home has prospered under Mayor Hull's
impartial and successful administration.
This year our merchants and business
men have endorsed bis administration and
requested that he should be a candidate a
second time pledging to him their sup
port for the Mayorality—which request
we have formally secured and alike pledge
ourselves upon the record of his impartial
and irreproachable administration of our
Now being again disposed to cooperate
in electing Mr. Huff I ask our white fel
low-citizens not to go back on u course
that will reopen among us a state of doubt
and unrest from which we have happily
for the past two years been free.
It has been said that the colored vote
will decide as between Mr. Huff and Mr.
Collins should the latter gentleman (who
is subject to the Democratic nomination
for the Mayorality) be nominated. I am
free to say and I "think I reflect the senti
ments of every upright colored man
that the very contrary will be the case
Colored men remember to* well the im
partiality of Mayor Huff in all matters
pertaining to his high trust, and as a mark
of respect desires to try him yet —again
hundreds have been benefited by bis
administration,receiving a just recompense
for honest toil, and it is not in tbe compo
sition of colored men to be ungrateful. Mr.
Collins is certainly a fine gentleman enti
tled to the respect but certainly not to the
influence or voles ot Ed Woodlifl, Arm
stead Bryant, William Johnson, William
Clark, I’. O. Holt, Austin Hrighthop,
Hich Dodgers, Frank Disroon, Primus
Moore, r J\ M. M. Hellers, TV. J. Gaines,
R. J. Brown. David Fancy, J. F. Long,
VVui. Bishop or any other colored man—
who desires a continuation o’ confidence
nd rest in our city.
In our morniug issue we ate accused in
a communication of being proscriptive in
somuch as a merchant was induced to sign
the late call “to save his negro trade.”
Now. Mr. Editor, all i have got to say is,
that that merchant is laboring under a hal
lucination or an attack of epizootic, in all
matters where colored men are left to fol
low their natural inclination (and in this
case they certainly do) the opposite is the
fact. If they were proscriptive or even
had more pride of race, the business of the
many cole red merchants in our midst
would flourish like a green bay tree.
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, we are for W.
A. Huff, first last and every time,
N. I). Sneed.
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
200 Coils Cotton Plow Lines,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
a laitt; i: ass oicttie rv t,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
100 DOZEN 33ROOMS.
Seyißir, Tinsley & Cos.
If you want sausage made all pork aud sen
i 3,mi and to your taste, Merritt's Is the place to
I have it put up according lo your direction, lie
keeps beef, roast steak and stow, ndneo meat
pork in any shape, mutton, line and fat.. In
fact, any tiling in fresh meats to suit the most
fastidious— your money your choice. Go and
see and be convinced, llis market is between
the City Hall aud the Dixie Works, ami imme
diately on the Street Railroad and is a good
point to wait for the cars. novVJJt
FaiOur’s Electric—Warranted to cure the
following diseases or money refunded; Dip
tlierla, Neuralgia, Cramp and Colic, Headache,
Dlarrlnr and Rheumatism If not of too long
Fauuar's All he Clue—Warranted lo cure
in three days or money refunded. For sale by
lluxr, Rankin it Lamar,
9!',.-171 Wholesale Agents.
Caulos lias Florida Oranges large mid sweet.
Look to Tour Interest.— Brown makes
four pictures for id; makes a dozen photo
graphs for $ 2,50; best photographs $5 per
dozen. This gallery makes the best pictures
in the city. Compare the work. No. 8 Cotton
Latest News. —Brown makes those fine
Ink pictures twenty-live cents less. Old pho
tographs copied correctly.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
No cards. nov. 11—If.
Macon Lodge, No. 5, meets every Ist and fid
Monday night, at Masonic Ilall, Cotton Avenue.
M i zpuli Lodge, No. 47, meets every 2d and
4th Thursday nights at Masonic Hall.
Constantine Chapter, No. 4, R. A. M., meets
every 2d and 4th Monday night at Masonic llall.
St. Omcr Commnndery, No. 2, Knights Tem
plar, meets Ist Thursdays of each month at i
El RE MEN.
Protection No. 1 meets Ist Tuesday night in j
each month—House Poplar st., corner fid.
OrmulgeeNo. 2 meets Ist Monday night in
each month—House on Cotton Avenue, near j
Young America Nofi meets Ist Monday night
in each month—House fid st., corner Mulberry
Mechanics’ No. 4 meets Ist Monday night in
each month—House corner Hawthorne and 3d
Defiance No. 5 meets Ist Tuesday in each
month—Housed in City Hall.
Hook and Ladder No. I meets Ist Friday
night in each month—House Poplar st., cor
Franklin Lodge, No. 2, meets every Thurs
day night at Odd Fellows’ Ilall, Cotton Avenue.
United Brothers Lodge, No. 5, meets every
Tuesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Germania Lodge, No. 50, meets every
Wednesday night at Odd Fellows’ Hall.
Maeon Union Encampment No. 2, meets at
Odd Fellows’ Hal! on 2d and 4th Mondays of
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meet every Wednesday ldglit at Odd Fellows’
Walton Lodge, No. 23, meets every Tues- j
day night at Progress Club ilall.
Aurora Lodge, No. 80, meets every Friday
night at their Ilall in Hollingsworth Block.
Dougherty Lodge, No. 170, meets every
Monday night at Progress Club Ilall.
Windsor Lodge, No. 120, meets every Thurs
day night at their Ilall on Windsor Hill.
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.
Malachi Lodge, No. 146, I. O. B. 8., meets
second and fourth Sundays in each month.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers meets
every Wednesday night at the Passenger Depot.
Visiting brethren welcome,
Episcopal—Christ Church, Rev. B. Johnson,
Rector—Walnut st., between 2d and 3d. Ser
vices 10 1-2 a. m. and 8 p. M.
St. Paul's Church, Rev. H. K. ltces, Rector
—Vineville. Services II A. m. ; 5 r. M. Chil
dren’s Service; or. m. Evening Prayer.
St. Barnabas, services by the Rector of Christ
Church, at sp. m. Near Macon A Brunswick
Railroad Freight Depot.
Catholic— St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. L. D.
Bazin. Mass 7a.m. ; High Moss 10:00 A. M.;
Vespers 4 1-2 P. M.
rrcsbytn-lan— 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.
Israel it !*h Sj/n agoguc —J. 11. Hertz, President
Near Ist Baptist Church. Services Friday eve
ning and Saturday morning.
Baptist —lst Baptist, Rev. TV. 11. Mclntosh,
pastor—2d Street, between Cherry and Poplar.
Services 10 1-2 A. it. and 8 1-4 p. M.; Sunday
school 4 1-2 p. M.
Second Baptist, Rev. James Mclirvdc, 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 Episcopal —Mulberry Street, Rev.
J. O. Branch, pastor—Mulberry st., corner Ist.
Services at 10 1-12 A. M. and 8 P. M.
First Street Church, Rev. W. W. Hicks, pas
tor—lst street, between Oak and Arch. Her*
vices 10 1-2 A. 51. and 8 P. M.
Vineville Church, supplied from the city
East Macon Church, Rev. J. TV. Burke, pas
tor. Services 10 1-2 a. m. and 4p. M.
Till: I'Kll.llini WEEKI.V.
IT in universally conceded that advertising is
a necessity to success in business; It is also
conceded, by the shrewdest business men, 1 Hat
newspapers are the best medium for reaching
all parties whose trade is desired.
THE MONROE ADVERTISER
reaches more of the people trading with Ma
con than any other journal published in tbe
country; it is, therefore, the best medium of
communication with the planting interests,
i Wc will be happy at any time to furnish refer
ences to leading merchants here*und elsewhere,
who will tc-tifv to the fact that they have rc
[ ceived orders for goods from parties who read
their cards in The Advertiser. In fact, many
who have availed themselves of its columns,
candidly say that its value exceeds that of all
other journals in which they are represented.
The. Advertiser has the freshness of youth and
the ripeness of age, and is therefore deservedly
CHARACTER OF ADVERTISEMENTS.
No advertisements are admitted which are
not believed to be above question and of real
value, in and from parties so unquestionably re
; liable til t the readers of The Advertiser will be
, safe in ordering them from any distance. To
our readers, the fact of its appearance here has
1 all the weight of endorsement and authority.
Addrc JAB. It HARRISON,
Building; Lot Eor Sale.
SITUATED near Tatnall Square, within a
few steps of Mercer University.
Address E. C., Box K.,
98tf Macon, G.
Call at 8. T. A I>. P. WsiUter’a this evening,
if you want such things as Choice Tennessee
Beef, Pork, Sausage, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ap
ples, Oranges, Bannnun*, Malaga Grapes, or
anything else in the fancy or family grocery
octlT-tf ss (’usury st.
Efrsally ICevii'M %,* I lie Wxtrkd'f,
Officb Macon Dai? . Estrkimush, )
November 20 o'clock, I*. M. )
Cotton.—Report for 24 hours, since ‘3 L\ M.
yesterday. Sold 252 bales; shipped ‘,*ol bales.
Received 55S bales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1873
Received last 24 hours 578
Received previously : 1 575'—33,151
Total receipts 32,503
Snipped last 24 hours 201
Shipped previously 22,000—22,801
Stock on hand this evening.... 9,703
Market active Lv
MLAC4K* !*■*■ i: n uitr. vr.
OSNABURGS—No. 1 10
No. 2 11
MillcdgevilleNo. 2 14
MACON SHEETING. I°’ ,
Waymunvillo Sheeting 12 1 ...
Houston Sheeting 114
Houston Stripes. lT'£alf>
Columbus Stripes 15al8
High Shoal Stripes 10
Montour Shirting—% 10J-&
Factory Sewing Thread 00
YARNS— 1 00
GRlTS—per bushel I 35
OATS—per bushel 00n05
FIELD PKA8 —per bushel
Tennessee 1 9Jn2 00
Clover 1 90
PEA NETS—per bushel 1 50
POT A l'( HSS- l ’lanting
Table use 3 50u4 00
BUTTER—Goshen No. 1 per Hi 43m 14
Goshen No. 2 per lb 25
Tennessee No. 1 “ 3J
Tennessee No. 2 “ 20
COFFEE—Rio per lb 23a25
Java per lb 30a83
CHEESE —Best (’ream per lb.. 17'.,'
New York per 1b... lf>
MOLASSES—N. O. Syrup per git* 05
“ Georgia ” per gal.. 70
Sugar House 35
S YRUPS --G olden Drips, per gal... 00a75
Medium per gal 05 ;
Ordinary per gal 55
SUGAR—“A” per 1b... 13)*a
White Extra “ C” 13a
New Orleans (hhds) 10a12}^
Yellow C 12J£ft
Denierara 12,4a 13
Port! Rico 11 1 a I*2' j
POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 25
Orange Mills 7 00
PROVISIONS, GRAIN, OROC'ERIEH, AC.
BACON—Clear-ribbed Sides (smokd).. 12
HAMS—Magnolia S. C., canvassed... 19J^a20
Tennessee, plain-cured 18al8’. 2 '
White Bellies lOulO 1 .,
PORK —Pickled, mess 18 00
New. mess 19 00 !
Pickled, rumps 15 00
BULK MEATS—Cask Sides
Bellies 10a10.4 j
LARD—Prime Leaf, Tierces llal 1,4 i
Packages 13a 13 1
FLOUR -Low supcrlinepcr bbl u 7 00 !
Standard superfine.. 8 50 |
Extra 9 00 j
Choice extra ■
Family 10 00
“ Wyleys X XXX 1 ,
Georgia Mills f 11 50a 12 00
llyaciuthe 9 50
“Domestic” 12 00
Star of Beauty 11 00
Belle of Georgia 11 00
Pride of Dixie 12 00
Silver Lake 12 00
CORN—White per bushel..... 95
Mixed per bushel SBa9o
SHOT—Per sack 3 00
CRACKERS —Butter per Ih 09
Sugar 12 1-3
CANDY —Ncrw York per Ih 18
M. R. Rogers A Cos 18
BLACKING—No. 1 per gross 5 00
No. 2 0 00
No. 3 7 (X)
SODA—Bi-Carb. per lb 9alo
POTASH—Per lb lOall
SOAP—Turpentine per lb 6 1-2
Toilet per doz 75al 20
YEAST POWDERS—Preston and
Merrill’s per doz. 1 75a2 25
Hereford's 2 IK)
TOBACCO -Choice Chewing per Ih 75
Choice Smoking 1 25
ClGAßS—lmported per thousand 75 00al50 00
Domestic 15 OOuOO 00
SNUFF —Scotch per lb 78
PIPES—Per box 2 50a4 50
MACKEREL—No. 1 kits 2 25a2 50
No. 2 bbls 13 50a14 00
No. 2 kits 170
No. 3 bbls—large.. 11 50a12 50
No. 3 kits 1 50a 1 70
WHITE FISH—Half bbl 7 50a!) 00
CANDLES —Best Star (full w’t)... 21bia22
: STARCH—PearI 7>*aßW
l EGGS—Per doz 35
CHICKENS—Per doz 3 00a5 00
SALT —Virginia tier sack 2 102 15
Liverpool 2 25
HIDES—Dry flint 14a16
SWEET POTATOES 1 50
WHISKY —Conimou Rye 1 05ul 10
Patched. ’ 17
| A.VOTIILU OAK LOAD
CHARTER OAK STOVES
.n vr mu riven
TRUMAN & (IRKUN'S,
s i:; t ’iGt i.tic iti.orii.
;-n the Golden "Charier Oak.
-V'OTAKY PUBLIC and EX OFFICIO JUB
- ICE OF THE PEACE. 1 can be found
j for the present at all hour? of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. I ruudfit,
! over the store of Jaqtie* A Johnson, J Lira Bt.,
i Macon, Ga. t to att'-rul to all Magisterial buai
Smnittiall Stcainsliip Lino.
lOW ruteA <( freight uiul ii Mirain I i iF.t
j class passenger an ••miiiotliUinir* Order
your goods* shipped l*v “llo'btj nml Suvurnuh
Steamship I.lnc, ’ and uvoin nil d< ln\ nndrxtn
handling. IMCHAKPSON A; i:\.\Klh
r. nk’ickrsun ..'to, ,
1:11-200 Most on.
T. A. MEHCI'VK,
IS3 I!AY NTKIUrr.
llot. Whitaker and Barnard SI., Savannah, (la.
All order* will receive prompt attention Con
signment* of all Kind.. 1 cp-. I fnlh :•< .nested,
BOIT& UcKEtfZl J,
Colton an l Commission
lON IBaiy Strri‘l, ;utunli, <ilu.
MEYER. COHii & CO..
WHOUISAUC M.M.I.K- IN
Boots and Shoes.
I*4 It ion” In on MlSin ait null, 4.1,t
Merchants supplied nt X. w V .!. M >i U< t
a. s. vi,m:\ A BHO,
COMMISSION MIS IIC lIA NTS
Dealers in Fruits, Fish anil I’rmluee,
No. 95 Hay St., Savannah, (la.
Orders promptly attended to. I I 890
DII’OKTIiH Ol’ CROOililtY,
OliiNswure sml 4'liinii.
And Dealer in House Furnishing Coeds,
142 Congress and 1 11 St. Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, OA, 181 809
r. w. sims & co.,
Colloii Fuctois nn<l (General
SAVANNAH, UKOIIUI A.
Bagging uml Ties supplied ut market prices.
Advunees made on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. 1:11-809
A. 11. CHAMPION. OEO. 0. PIIItRMAN.
CHAMPION .V FRIIIiMAN,
Corner Bay and Drayton Streets,
SAVANNAH, GA, 131-309
is n. mumi oko. w. 01 btik. I
WIUTTMI .V GI STI A,
ATTORNIiYS, fti.. AT LAW,
NO. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
M \CON. (JA. |
Macon Mly Enterprise,!
W. WATKIN HICKS, Editor.
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en to the advancement of Hcionec, Art,, arid
Literature; while all interesting events and
authentic pro#rows of the political world will
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i\ W. IIOWAItIL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
( )flie at entrance of KaJston Hall, Lin t ry street.
business will receive prompt atten
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ltulj<lu Hall lliilltlliiu;,
CHERRY STREET, MACON. GGOROIA.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ISlji BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
(40LLKCTI0N8 promptly attended to and
J money remitted at once. I'. <>. Hr- 257.
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A first cluss house In cyery respect,
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.71. M. MEHKt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
YVOKNER OF MULBERRY AND SECOND
\.J Htfcet-, In Court House Ma'*o:i Da.
Press for Sale!
WE have for sale a large ttac GORDON
PKEHB fAligutor) arid a KUGGLES’
PAPER CUTTER in (rood condition. To he
i had at a bargain. Sola to make room for lar
, ger and f*nter machine*.
Ll**** WING fc SMITH,
1-tf Macn. Oa.
K'FtIOMII STOCK !
,SICN OF THea“IiOLDEIV3HOC.”
Grain, Provisions and Groceries,
Have now in store a fresh Stock of Goods, and Invite the aitentionof the I’nblir.
100,000 poimil* BACON SIDES AND SHOULDERS, direct from the Parkers.
25 tierce* of the genuine “MAGNOLIA” HAMS.
20 tierces I-UKE LEAF LARD.
5,000 bii*hi Is WHITE AND MIXED CORN.
2 CAR I.OADS FLOUR from NEW WHEAT.
sin 1t.41- BAGGING, weighing pounds to the Yard.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
25 Rugs Choice lilo COFFEE.
50 Bb!n. H’d \1! of vurlmiH grucds.
Choice \VK. IT.UN LAY, l,oh W.iUr (iround MKAL, WIIKAT BHAN, LIVF.IIPOOL ami
Wehuvenow a good Block, and renpot-tfully Invite tho attention of 11J1 who to pur*
elm He goods In our lino.
Kntlre Bfttirtfuciion in guerantend b our enfltoin*TH.
Ph*uH call on u l * at
63 Third Street, Macon, (ia., Sip of the “Golden Hoi,”
AND HIS CHARMING WIPE!
r IMI AT all-important < v( ul, the election, having puss< and away, and the, “ limes that, tried men's
1 souls ” have merged into the “ piping time# of peace” ; * and Winter bus been ushered In
union# t witter of birds and music of the leuvea ns they full to the ground ; and the Hummer bav
in# fuded away and the weather reduced to something agreeable, I have to announce to niv nn*
mcrouH and beloved natrons that 1 have recently returned from hii extended trip to New Yrk,
Plillndelpliln, PoughKccpsic and Wcelutsf-an, and other celebrated imirkcts, where I purchased,
and have now In my store, the largest lot of
Ever brought to Macon, consisting in part of Sugar, Coflee, New York Cunvasi-ed Hams and
Break fust Bacon, Lard, Butter, C’anncu Fruit, Jellies, Pickle*, Itnlshifl, Nuts, Apple-, Lemon*,
Cabbages, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers, Cheese, Hpleed Hums, Bologna BuusHges, und —well, it
would take me all day to write what- f have got* and it would till tills 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 Hindi fish of all kinds, from a Crab to Greeley oyster.
The lineal Fish, fresh ami on lee, Is kept by me, and sold at living rates.
In view of the fact that the people of Macon, und those visiting Mueon, are determined to cat
whether they net 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
Toast” being my own invention, Ihe people can always find the same at my restaurant. To
gether with my polite corps of waiters, this branch of my huslrie; s will receive the outronage
of all of my old customers, and, I hope, many new ones. My restanrant Is, as is well known,
supplied with the very best
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
that could tic found. Therefore, gentlemen end Indies, having laid before you what I have on
hand, and wishing you all the best luck und tliut I cun suit you in your purcliaees from me 1
uniat clone tlii* letter. If at, any time I can serve you, you have hut to command me or my
corpe of attentive and obliging clerks, anil you will Ue made happy. Thanking you for puV
favors, I am tenderly yours,
W, P. CARLOS.
WINSHIP & CALLAWAY,
TIIE LARGEST AND OLDEST’
IN THE STATE,
30 Mccoud Ktri-cl, Macon. ...--ol 44 i.