‘ W. A. WOT,
j j CbJiJt A. K. Tinblev,
U.W.wli., E. Woonurr,
P FITZOaKSLI), Q. B. RoBBKTS,
vy. u Ellis, K. I*. Stkono,
A 4. Smith, •! Kibbell,
D DiiT, 11. Wagobnstbin.
t. 4. WILUAMKOB frcwm'r.
4 A. McMancs,
• o Bacon, City Attorney.
■ O. N. Holmes, City Physlcau.
Chief of Police.
■1 C Tavlok .... first Lieutenant.
Joint HcblbtV *eeond Lieutenant.
•v v. Third Lieuteuant.
I’liiat OlHee L |rrpar*d l *v
ntf .lob *rlMinjs al price* o
,„h ihr tiincM, auil in n sfyle
.uiistaetory o nil. l ine, work
i:iude> n wpeeialty. H e
>orr orders, und will tlo our
Ve*t to pleilKO you. TKV I'N.
a ico*. 0i... *oV. o, fra.
pint Stmt Church. —\V. Watkin Bicks will
preach morning and evening at Eirat Street
Church to-moriow. Hours of Service lOtf
and l}i o’clock. Subject for the morning (by
request), Contentment ; at night, Ministry rf
No Sbkvicxs or Sunday School to-morrow
at the 2nd Baptist Church o:i account of iin
prove meat* being made
Cell Kr) tnuiiu vki.
We have liad a card from tliia gentleman in
ruply to an attack made upon him, in our pos
session for some time, hut Inis hern unavoida
bly crowded out. it is in type and will appear
Cal. Richard A. Ilenaoa.
if a life-time residence in the county—a
general knowledge of the people—au unremit
ting attention to dHty as an officer, and famil
iarity with the tax laws, make him equal to
any b* a Tax Receiver,—then should the peo- !
pis again placo him in an Office, he is so com- 1
pstent to fill. It.
The Great Ole Hull.
As will be seen by the advertisement ule
Bell will favor Macon with, a grand concert. 1
We will give an extended notice of him and j
Lie tronpe in Monday’* issue.
Will give one Grand Concert at Senate Hall,
Millcdgcrille, Thursday evening, December
THE MAYOR'S COURT.
ron. w. a. nurr presiding.
lteeae Van and J. F. Phillips for being drunk,
pay $5 and costa each.
C. P. Snead, disorderly conduct, ¥lO and
costa, with the privilege of having the case re
opened on Monday for the introduction of more
Lucy A. Lone, fighting, ¥3 and costs.
Heal Bing Romances.
It is qnite a singular fact that Atlanta, £a
vannah and Macon shsnld be made the scenes
of a ring romance and that all should occur in
a very short time of each other. Atlanta, with
her accustomed enterprise claimed the first of
the series, and it proved a capital item for the
news-hungry locals in that village. Then Ma"
con, with a spirit of emulation to bs com
manded, succeeded in unearthing one as ro
mautic as that our Atlanta brethren boasted of.
Now Savannah, determined not to be outdone,
pounces to the frost with a similar story. This
time the ring was owned by a fcatino manipu
lator of daugh. A young lady, (and what is
romance without a young lady) fancied the
ring and by beguiling smiles and other tender
allurements succeeded in relieving the festive
baker of the golden circlet. The uaunl vil
lainous looking officer took the matter In band
and captured the ill-fated and much handled
ring. Verily we have a “ring” among ns.
Street Corner Notes.
Atlanta hash parts it* hair in the middle.
Sniffers soys our street cars are b ut Saratoga
tranks on wheels.
The forgery case of Bennett and Holmes oc
cupied the attention of the Superior Court yes
terday and to-day.
There was a second alarm of fire yesterday,
but it did not amount to anything.
A cooling and healthful food for horses affec
ted by tbe eplzooty has been prepared by Law
ton & Cos. See advertisement.
Sniffers says he likes Macon better tkan At
lanta. The streets are so narrow in Atlanta
that a man can dun him across the street.
K. Jemison Wynn was married to Miss Mary
Bowman on last Wednesday, the 27th in. t.
Greer. Lake A Co’s famous dog, .Snap, is
dead. He is now a cold Snap.
A man named Pack Horton attempted to
ah tve a forged draft on Saulsbury, Kespcss A
Cn ye-terdny, tint was not sharp enough.
Max Strukosh is to 'avor our city with a con
cert this season.
lirown A Cos. say something to the people
through our columns to-day. We shall l ave
something to eay of them on Monday.
Few l*die we're out shopping this morning.
So 5. sold her handsome engine yesterday
to a fire company in Cuthbert.
A little cotton was buraed yesterday on the
incoming train on the Southwestern Railroad.
The Enforcement Act-ors met yesterday and
had tkeir bonds arranged.
At the afternoon performance of John Rob
inson’s show, the seats will be carpeted far
the benefit of ladles and children.
A negro called on Dr. Holmes, city physic
ian, the other night, and had a piece of knife
Made inches long extracted from her arm.
The mode of planting aad the brand of gnano
need la mot known.
Pork, Beef, Mutton, Sausages (both beef
end pork), Hogs at Bc. nett, Steak, Roast,etc.,
etc., at MERRIT'B, to-day and next week. It
Ir is Tnesm days of fraud yon find a lasting
friend, atick to him aa tight aa mar, and buy
your ahoea of McKerrey & Maloney on Second
A bill will be presented to Congreei this
winter, which propose* radical changes in
the present working of the Supreme Court.
The bill contemplate* an intermediate
court, which ahall possess the ordinary
poweri of the present Supreme Court, and
before which all cases shall be argued.
The Supreme Court proper shall be made
stationary, and the justices reliered of all
circuit duty, which abali be performed
by the judge* of the intermediate
courts; the Supreme Ceurt to give
**• e °*' le attention to passing upon
and deciding questions of law which
come before it from the intermediate
courts. The bill will also provide that
the intermediate court shall not construe
any law, but decide the cases which come
before it in accordance with the construc
tion placed upon the laws by the Supreme
Court. The measure ia deemed necessary
bscaass of the accumulation of cases upon
tbe docks* of the Supremo Coort—s-
014 JoliM Ksbllidil'a Ur hut
IHS IYHEET I'AUK A NT.
Attracted by the sweet strains of music that
swelled upon the morning sir, we cast our
eyes up Marietta street, when s scene f the
most magnificent splendor burst upon our vis
ion, headed by one of the grandest hand wag
ons, and the best performing travelling bauds
we ever heard. We witnessed the most mag
nificent street pagent that It was ever our for
tune to behold. A long line of elegantly
decorated cages, containing the many living
and rare curiosities, collected from all parts of
tlie globe, bearing with them the Incontrovert
ible evidence of a Divine creation within their
circumscribed limits. The representation car,
witli its historical characters, personated by
female* and representing the four quarters of
the globe, was a titling tribute to the groat en
terprise and energy of the man,
OLD JOHN kobinso!*,
who had at so great an expense collected this
vast aggregi.ti.in of anomalies uud wonder.,.—
The car containing the Goddess of Liberty,
throned in regal splendor with appropriate
symbols, was also elegant, as well as the char
riot draw nby a team of Shetland ponies. Tile
train of camels and the monster elephant, with
their guy trappings, reminded us of h grand
Eastern caravan as they pass through the des
ert wastes of a far off clime, hearing their val
uable burdens to an Oi iental mart. The horses
with their paraphernalia ofjgay decorations, all
combined to render the scene one of unusual
ANIMALS AM) OTUEK t i'RIOSITIF.S
The gentlemanly manager of tills depart
ment, with characteristic urbanity, showed us
the different animals there congregated. The
c'eptiant, the cameA, the bison from the plains,
she Shetland ponies, the ox with three horns
and three eyes, the monster lions, ami that
great wonder, the Sea Lion. This huge aquatic
monster, revelling in all the enjoyments of salt
water hath prepared for him daily, was the
great centre of attraction. There were others
of 1 tie name family, l>ut tliis one was the great
wonder. The o-erieh, from the distant desert,
and the unicorn, with his epidermis covered
wiili cabulistio characters that looked invul
nerable to “shafts of human invention," the
eland and the zebra, all come in for their share
of public gaze. It would he as impossible to
enumerate in this brief article as it was to see
all the strange sights of rare creation in the !
time allotted to us.
the enters I'nor-Ku.
The appearance of Mr. Lowtow, the w orld re
nowned clown and jester, was greeted with
rounds of laughter as he delivered ids saluta
tory. His wit and repaitee kept up a continued
stream e! merriment, as he interspersed cacli
act with some Appropriate mirth-making origi
nality. Tlr* riding was superb, and thedariug
Slid startling feat* by Stickuey and young Rob
inson, were startling.
The Biiunrsaulting and leaping was splendid, j
Messrs. Kelly and Stickuey competing for the j
championship, both acquitting themselves with i
great credit and engaging the wonder of all.— j
Mr. Kelly’s astonishing feats in leaping through j
a hoop eighteen inches in diameter, at the j
same time diseribing a somersalt, was in our
opinion, the crowniug teat of ail. The trapeze
act and the horizontal bar, was good. Also
Mr. Conrad’s performing dogs, the trick miileß,
and the trained pony, were all splendid, while
the pad riding by the Madamoiaeile Francis,
was excellent. Altogether, it was the best we
have seen, and comes up fully to the standard
of representation Everybody went away sat
isfied.—Atlanta Herald 21.
This unrivalled shew performs one day only
in this city next Monday. Don’t fail to attend.
For the accommodation of ladies and heads of
families tickets are now ready at Brown it Co’s.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the I'ostoffiee, Macon, G.,
November 29, 1872 :
A —Armstrong, R A; Allen, Jesse; Alexan
der, Miss M B; Adams, B F; Adams, Miss An
nie; Allen, Miß* Josie; Alston, Mrs Jane; Aus
tin, Mr* Mary; Adams, Robert.
B—Bacon, Augustine; Bates, Asa J; Bacon,
TANARUS; Bivens, Mrs Charity; Blackshear, Ml-s An
nie; Black, Win; Blasslngame, Powcl; Brooks,
Miss Jane; Butler, John; Butts, A B; Brown,
Mrs P; Brown, Mrs Jane.
Cl—Cooper, A J; Cobb, Miss Fiorsucc; Col
quitt, Miss Nannie; Cummings, Annie; Cope
latt, J J.
I>—Demining, Mrs Anna R; Daggett, Jane;
Danforth, Delia; Denmard, Hugh; Dominick,
Wesly; Douglasß, O; Doyal, Cha*.
E—Enloe, W W; Elkins, Miss India; Eman
uel, L; Everett, Mrs B<q>pie; Elezcn, Miss 8.
F—Faughner, John; Fletcher, Mrs Arabel
la; Fowler, Mrs Johnnie E.
Ct— Garwood, C B (2); Gcvera, Mrs Sallic;
Gie, Mrs Savannah; Graddv, I. C; Griffin, Mrs
Adelia; Greeu, Miss L E.
B—Harrison, J Lawrence; Hamlin, II Ii;
Ilarvey, H; Harris, Eliza (col); liaucock, Miss
Addie; Haralil, Miss Marla; Henderson, J; Hol
lis, Miss Floyd; Hendrix, Miss Jane; Holt, B
C; Hollis, Miss Beckie; llolleman, Barnett; Ho
gan, II M; Hunt, Jas H.
I—lnman, Miss 8 E.
J—Johns, J W; Jackson, mrs Louis; Jack
son, Moßes; Jeter, mrs Mittie; Joneß, Wm;
Johnson, Nancy, col; Johnson, mrs Howard;
Johnson, Dr L L; Johnson, mrs Emclinc;
Johnson, Richard; Johnson, K; Johnson, mrs
K—Kitchens, M W; King, Betsy.
I.—Lagerquist, Oscar; Lumkius, John; La
mar, L M; Lesterjette, Lewis; Louis, R; Liddcu,
miss Mattie; Lowe, mrs. Mary; Lumjuest, mrs
Susan; Luster, miss Queen.
91—Matthews, H li; Maoery, mr; May A
Cos, C 8; McLaughlin, Patrick; McKay, H D;
Mims, C B, 2; Mitchell, miss Annie; Mills,
Hampton, col; Miller, Frank; Merritt, miss
Julia B; Merritt, miss Ella; Moore, miss Lina;
Moore, mrs Christian, 2; Morris, Major, col;
Murdock, mrs A M; Moore, l’aralec.
N —Nichols, C T.
O-O’ Neal, Tims.
I* t'itts, LC; Powers, Alfred.
Q—Quinn. Mrs Adeline
la —Ryan. Mrs M; Robert, Aaron, col;
Ityan, Michael; Roberson, Frank; Russel, B ;
Rogers, Miss M D; Robnett, L D.
S—Slappy, Mrs Georgians; Springer, John;
Sims, Geo; Shinholser, Miss Mattie; Skinner,
Pleasant; Stratton, George \V ; Stafford, Mrs
Jane ; Smith, E.
'1' —Taylor, David; Thomson, Jane; Thom
son, John F; Tharp, AC, 2.
W —WsUon, Henry J.; Watkins, Mrs;
Welch, Geo G; Weed, Joseph E ; Weed, Joe ;
Whittingdon, J W; Williams, Miss J; Wilson,
MistFanay; Wilson, Mrs Sarah Ann ; Wise,
Mrs M E; Woodruff, Paul, col; Worsham,
Dr; Walkar, Miss Cornelia; Wood, MissL;
Y— Yates, G W.
Letters held for Poatege.
Miss E B Dexter, Columbus, Ga.; Capt T G
Ilelt, Macon Ga.; Mrs W E Van Densen, Wil
liamsburg, N Y.; Fed Johnson, Marietta, Ga.;
T F Dardin, Madison, Ga.; Graen Holmes,
Ncwnan, Ga ; Chts St Blair, Brooklyn, N Y.;
Mist Kate Whitehead, Branchville, Ga.; Messrs.
B Michaelsou and Son, Barneaville, Ga ; mrs
carali G Chandler, Mobile, Ala.; L L MeC’lae
kv, Macon, Ga.; NShivers, Sparta, Ga.; Box
188, Griffin, Ga.; J R Whitehead, Macon, Ga.;
Miss Kate Eliit, Columbus, Ga.; Dr. W .1
Kurty, Dublin, Ga.; Mist Clara Pranglin, F.a
tonton, Ga.; Caesar, Morria, Milledgeville, Ga.
ONE of the most desirable places on Troup
Hill, one mile from the Court House, and
near Mercer University. Ninencrce of land at
tached, orchard, garden, splendid well of wa
Parties wanting to rent a good bouse can se
cure one by applying to tbe undersigned, or to
Messrs. B. H. Wrigleyds Cos., 66 and 68 Secend
street, Macon, (la.
132-tf JAMES W. KNOTT.
MISS M. A. DANIEL
WOULD respectfully inform the Ladies of
Macon and vicinity ttiat she has taken
rooms at Ho. lO Cotton Avenue (up stairs),
where she is prepared to do Dkbss Makiko in
the latest and most faehionalje styles, and war
rants to give satisfaction . oct3l-2w
A COMPLETE Brass Band, Organ anl
Music Box ia offered for rafHe. There
are fifty chances at |5 a chance. Tbe organ
plays thirty-six tunes. To be raffled as aoon
an chances are made up. Call at B. Lowcn
thai's saloon end take a chance.
DU. B. F. CiBICWJS.
g"\FEIC* ovei M. R. Rogers ft Co’a., Coa-
V./ feciioaarv store.
Ueaidmc-i-, Plum street, opposite George 8.
QbeaPs. wt a-Lm.
The host in xrtß would “ Putnel A Jacobs
Favorite." Nov 27 tf
Cahi.oh has Florida Oruugcs large and sweet.
The celebrated “ Ponies ” (Imported) minus
the fyitoolic for sale only at the New York
Look to Youb Intkkust.— Brown makea
four pictures for fl; makes a dozeu photo
graphs for (2,50 ; best photographs $5 per
dozen. Tills gallery makes the best picture*
ill the city. Compare the work. No. 8 Cotton
Latest News.—Brown makes those Hue
Ink pictures twcnty-llvo cents less. Old pho
tographs copied correctly.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
No cards. nov. 11 —If.
Ir you want good groceries to eat, good
liquors to drink and good cigars to smoke, drop
in at the New York grocery store on Second
street, and you will he accommodated.
Go to the New York grocery store and get
the new cigar “Putzels Delight."
Carlos still keeps the freshest fish, the finest
| oysters, the coldest ice, the yellowest oranges,
tile reddest apples, the lristiest potatoes, the
geuiiiuest cigars, the sweetest French candy,
the goodicst groceries und the hivd place in
town to buy your groceries at tf (
A cigar that will suit. Putzcl’s Delight, at
the New York grocery store.
OnsNOES at W. I’. Carlos’.
A favorite with everybody, "Putzel A Jacobs
\THKEK room house nearly new, \ \ ju re
lot, good fencing and splendid well of j
water in the yard, on the Houston road near •
Judge Wilkinson’s, will be sold at auction on
the ~Stli day of Nov., if not sold previously at j
private sale. One-third cash, balance in six ;
and twelve months, wilh 10 percent, interest. >
A good chance for a cheap home.
To be sold on the premises between three J
and four o’clock. i
R. I*. HENRY, Poplar St. j
Telegraph copy. novls-td.
Bui . ding Lot For'Sale.
SI L’UATED near Tatnall Square, within a j
few steps of Mercer University.
Address E. C., Box K.,
98tf Macon, Ga. j
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S j
200 Coils Cotton Plow Lines, j
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
A LAUGH ASSORTMENT,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
100 ?30ZEN BROOMS,
Stsiosr, Tinsley & Cl.
SIX BUILDING LOTS on Windsor Hill.
Will sell all, or as many as desired. The
lots adjoin Dr. Cox’s on the top of the hill.
The prettiest location out. Apply to
nov27-4t No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
A FOUR room dwelling and vaeaut lot,
also, splendid well of water in the yard ;
fronting on Spring and Rose Streets, contain
ing one i|uurter of an acre. For sale cheap.
iiov. 25—lrn. corner Third and Plum Streets.
BAR & LAGER BEER SALOON,
(masset’s old stand.)
Opposite Medical College, Mulberry St.
THIS Saloon is supplied with the best Wines,
Liquors and Cigars ill the market, and
sparkling Lager Beer of superior quality Free
lunch every day from 10 to 12 o’clock and
extra lunches served up at any hour in the day
or night. Swiss Cheese, Goose, Duck, Ham,
Salads and anything that may be desired for
DR WRIGHT, "
HAS removed to Boardman’s Block, over
Pendleton & Bosh’, corner Mulberry and
Second Ms., Macon, (ia.
GEO. P. HOG IS. ALEX. li. PTEHIIBNH
HOGE & STEPHENS,
(EIST riIONT HOLLINOSWODTH 111/JCE),
HAVE just opened a bill, and complete
Fauci aai Family Groceries,
Fresh, pure, genuine, entirely new, arid war
ranted to snit the taste of every one. ’.The as
sortment comprises everything required in such
a house. The finest brand* of Flour, Meal—
the best New York Hams, Sugar, Coffee, Syrup,
Cooking Wines, Butter—the best brands of
Goshen asp :eialty—Cheese, Fruits, native and
Tropical, together with a complete line of Nuts,
Candies, CV idles, Pickles and other articles for
the retail tr .de.
FISH AND OYSTERS.
Fresh Fish and Oysters every morning. Also
Vcgatables of various kinds.
We propose, In a word, Pi supply our friend#
aud the public generally with every thing nice
required at reasonable rate*.
HOOK dt STEPHENS.
S. B —All goods delivered free of charge.
Call at 8. T. A B. P. Walker’s this evening,
If you want such things as choice Tennessee
Beef, Pork. Sausage, Frch Fish, Oysters, Ap
ple*, Oranges, Bunnamis, Malaga Grapes, or
anything else in the fancy or family grocery
OctlT-tf NS t’HBHIIt Sr.
sre'niini—.i in. • ii i
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
Daily Kcvlew or tlic Market,
. Orricß Macon Dag •. Kntrhpkisk, (
November SO—2 o’clock, I*. M. I
Cotton.—Report tor 84 hours, since 2 P. M.
yesterday. Sold 580 hales; shipped 416 hales.
Received 1008 hales.
Stock on hand, Sept. 1, 1878—
Received lust 24 hours. 1008
Received previously 38,000—8-4,104
Total receipts 34,570
Snipped lust 24 hours 410
Shipped previously ..28,480—23,1)05
Stock on hum) this evening.... 10,071
Market active 17)jc.
HACOY PRICK CI KHRYT.
OSNABURHS—No. 1 16
No. 2 14
Mllledgevllle No. 2 14
MACON SHEETING 18')
Wayinanville Sheeting l i'.j
Houston Sheeting 11H
Houston Stripes RiJKalo
Columbus Stripes If>ulß
High Shoal Stripes 10
Montour Shirting —% lOUf
Factory Sewing Thread 00
YARNS— 1 00
GRITS —perbushcl 1 85
OATS—tier bushel 00a(!5
FIELD PEAS—per busliel
Tennessee I !*Ju2 00
Clover I 00
PEA NUTS—per bushel 100
Table use 8 50u4 00
BUTTER—Goshen No. 1 peril) 43uW
Goshen No. 2 per 11) 25
Tennessee No. I “ 3J
Tennessee No. 2 “ 20
COFFEE—Kio per lb 23i125
Java per lb 80a83 1
CHEESE—Best Cream per lb.. IT 1 .,' i
New York per 1b... 15
MOI.ASSES—N. O. Syrup per gal. 05
“Georgia” per gal.. 70
Sugar House 85
BYHUPB—GoIden Drips, per gal... 00u7ft
Medium per gal 05
Ordinary per gal 55
SUGAR—“A” per lb 13}fli
White Extra “C” 13a
New Orleans (hhds) 10*12%
Yellow C IB%a
Porti Rico ]lj,,'nl2!.f
POWDER—Hazard per keg 7 25
Orange Mills 7 00
PROVISIONS, GRAIN. GROCERIES, *C.
BACON—Clear-ribbed Sides (smokil).. 12
Shoulders 8%u9 :
HAMB—Magnolias. C., canvassed... 19%u20
Tennessee, plain-cured 18ul8%
White Bellies 10ul0%
PORK—Pickled, mess 18 00
New, mess 1!) 00
Pickled, rumps 15 00
BULK MEATH —Cask Sides j
LARD-PrimeLeaf, Tierces llall%
FLOUR- -l.ow superfine per hhi a7 00
Standard superfine.. 8 50
Extra 0 00
Family 10 00
“Wyleys X X X X” ,
Georgia Mills ( 11 50a12 00
Hyacinths 0 50
“Domestic” 12 00
Star of Beauty 11 00
Belle of Georgia 11 00
Pride of Dixie 12 00
Silver Lake 12 00
CORN —Whitt per bushel 95
Mixed per bushel" . 88n90
SHOT—Per sack 3 00
CRACKERS—Butter per Ih 09
Sugar ,12 1-2
CANDY—New York per ih 18
M. K. Rogers At Cos 18
BLACKING-No. 1 per gross 5 00
No. 2 tl 00
No. 8 7 00
SODA—Bi-Carb. per lb OalO
POTASH—Per lb lOall
SOAP—Turpentine per lb 0 1-2
Toilet per doz 75al 20
YEAST POWDERS—Preston and
Merrill’s per doz. 1 75a2 25
Horsford’s 2 00
TOBACCO—Choice ChewiDg per lb 75
Choice Smoking 1 25
ClGAßS—lmported pertbouaand 75 00al50 00
Domestic 15 OOuOO 00
SNUFF—Bcotoh per lb 78
PIPES—Per box 2 50a4 50
MACKERKL-No. 1 kits 2 25a2 50
No. 2 bbls 13 50a14 00
No. 2 kits 170
No. 3 bbls —large..ll 50a12 50
No. 3 kits 1 50a1 70
WHITE FISH—Half bbl 7 50a9 00
CANDLES—Best Star (full w’t)... 21%a22
EGGS —Per doz 85
CHICKENS—Per doz 8 00a5 00
SALT —Virginia per saek 2 10a2 15
Liverpool 2 25
HIDES—Dry flint 14al0
SWEET POTATOES 1 50
WHISKY—Common Rye 1 05a 1 ill
ANOTHER I Alt LOAD
CHARIER OAK STOKES
TRUMAN & GREEN’S,
TKIIAGI l.tlt Uf.OCK,
feign of the Golden “Charier Oak.”
VTOTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
1> TICE OF TtlE PEACE I can he found
for the, present at all hours of the day at my
office adjoining the law office of A. rroudfit,
over the atore of Jaquas <fc Johnson, Third St.,
Macon, Os , to attend to all Magisterial busl-
Savannah Sleaiusliip Line.
IOW rates of freight ami insnrauce. Flrat
j elans passenger aecomniodutlons. Order
your shipped by “Boaton and Havanuuh
eteamablp Une. ’ and avoid all delav and extra
haudUujf. RICH AUDSON iV BARNAIU),
A;ent, Savanuah, (ia.
F. NICKURSON & (’(>., Aeenti,
ISI 2W Boston.
J. A. MER.CIER,
153 IIA V Sl ltliLT,
Bet. Whitaker and Barnard St., Savannah, Ga.
All orders will receive promptat tttntlon Con
signincnta of all kinds respectfully solicited.
BOIT &. McKENZIE.
Cottou an ’ Commission
108 liny Milviinnull, tail.
MEYER, COHEI: & CO..
wiioi,i>\i.u m:.y i:i:s in
Boots and Shoes.
IM II roilK li lon Sis ~Niii aii null, Un |
Merchants suiiplied at New York M.-i ket
131 209 Prices.
A. S. ALDEN A KKIL,
CO.M MISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers in Fruils, Fish ami Frmluee,
No. 95 Bay St., Savannah, (la.
Oixlcra promptly attended to. 181-209
E. D. SMYTHE,
niPUHTIiIt OF FltOt lillKY,
Ulnnnw iii*i- iiiml 4'liiiiii,
And Dealer in House Furnishing Goods,
142 Congress and 141 St. Julian Sts.
SAVANNAH, GA. 131-200
E. W. SIMS &. CO;,
I'otlon Factors anil (G iicial
Baling and Ties supplied at market prices.
Advances made, on Cotton, or other consign
ments. Money promptly remitted. RJI :20P
A. H. CHAMPION. OKO. 0. FILE OMAN.
niAiirioY a i
Corner Bay anil Drayton Streets,
SAVANNAH, GA, 181809
L. N. WniTTLE. OEO. W. GtJSTIN.
Mlimi.U & UITNTI*,
ATTOHNEIS, AT I.AW,
■VfO. 2 COTTON AVENUE,
IN MACON, (iA.
NOW IS THE TIME, AND
ON FOURTH STREET, next door to Wil
burn & Edwnrdn, i;> the place to buy
Toys aid Unas Goads.
My stock is complete, und ronhi-ts of every
thing in the Bakery ’and Confectionery Link
Wedding Parties supplied on reiißonable, terms.
Thankful to the, citizens of Mueon for past
patronage, I respectfully Holieit a liberal share
for the future. Come, and see me and I will
guarantee sate faction.
novir> Jm G. SLAUGHTER.
A. IS. I.IJCIJ, Proprietor.
BOARD PEli DAY $3.00.
NORTHEAST CORNER OF McINTOSH
AND FOURTH STREET,
IHAVE opened,' in connection with my
choice Liquor and Fancy Grocery Bloro, u
Where I will furnbdi to epicures,
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, SAU
SAGES, GAME OF ALL KINDS,
FISH, OYSTERS, VEGETA
BLES and FRUITS,
and articled too miniej'ijus to mention.
novlß*tf W. A. GIBBONS.
41. W. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OfTie at entrance of RalHton Hail, Cherry street.
2-#* ■All buk in can will receive prompt ftten
tion. 98 173
V. M. COY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kiilnloii Hull Itiill.liiijg,
CHERRY STREET, MACON. GGOROIA.
.1. .1. AHR A 91N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BA Y STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
COLLECTIONS promptly attended to and
/ money remitted at once. I*. O. Box 257
HA VANNAH, CIA.,
J NO. W. CA M ERON CO.,
A first cliik.b house In every respect
91. It. HURRY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(90RNEK OK MULBERRY AND SECOND
J Streets, In Court House, Macon, Ga.
Press for Sale!
WK have for sale a large size GORDON
PRESS iAligator) and a RUOGLEB’
PAPER CUTTER in good condition. To he
bad at a bargain Sold to make room for lar
ger and faster machine*.
LIN*.?, WING A SMITH.
►tf Macon. On.
AND HIS CHAKMING WIPEI
T llA l “and Important event, the election, having passed away, and the “ times that tried men’s
J. aoul* have merged Into the piping time* of peace”, und Winter has been ushered In
among twitter of birds and music of the leaves as they fall to the ground ; and the Summer hav
, lug faded away and tho weather reduced to something agreeable, r have to announce to my nn
-1 "'. ld b<dovt ’“ P atron " that I have recently returned from an extendsd trip to New Yrk
I hlladelphia, Pouglikcopsie and Wcehassan, and other oolchrated markrts, where I nnrcliard’
and have now In my store, the largest lot of
Ever brought to Macon, consisting in part of Sugar, Coffee, New York Canvassed Hams and
Breakfast Bacon, Lard, Butter, Canned Fruit, Jellies, Pickles, Raisins, Nuts, Apples, Lemons
( utihugcH, Onions, Potatoes, Crackers Cheese, Spiced Hams, Bologna Sausages, and—well it
would hike me all day. to write what I have got, and it would till tills paper so full that Smith
woultln t have a local for a week. It is alinoHt unnecessary for ine to mention the fact that lain
I "('pared, as ever, to supply Oysters und Shcll-flh of all kinds, from aCrab to a Greelcyoyeter.
The finest F isli, fresh and on lee, is kept hy me, and sold at living rates
In view of the fact that tho people of Mucon, and those visiting Macon, arc determined to sat
whether they get anything good or not, I have prepared myself for the emergency, by ra-ikim
ample arrangements to have my J
Supplied with the very best this and other markets can afford. That popular dish “Birds on
1 oast ’ being my own Invention, the people cun always find Hie sums at my restaurant To
gether with niv polite corps of wultera, tills branch of my business will receive the patronage
hi '' died wftli tiio ver°"hest' ' 1 llor ‘'’ “ Wny n ' W onCß ’ My rtßtaurant Ib . l <’ l •' well known,
EATABLES & DRINKABLES
that could be found. Therefore, gentlemen and ladles, having laid before you what I have on
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 any time I can serve you, you have hut to command me or inv
corps of attentive and obliging clerks, and you will be made happy. Thanking you for oast
favors, 1 am tenderly yours, *
W. P. CARLOS.
WINSHIP & CALLAWAY,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST
IN THE STATE,
r*o Noeond Street, Macon, Ooorftin.
oct 19 3m
Mm Mly Enterprise,
W. WATKIN HICKS, Editor.
( \N or about tins first week in December,
/ we will issue from this office the first num
ber of u
Larp, Live Weekly Paper!
It will contain all the the Telegraphic news
of tlic. week, and the latest reliable information
on ul I subjects and from all parts of tlie world.
In Its editorial department will tie found dla
cussions of all tiie
of tlie times. Particular attention will ho giv
en to the advancement of Science, Art, and
Literature; wl lie all Interesting events and
authentic progress of the political world will
he faithfully presented.
One Year (1 50
Six Months 1 00
Invariably in advance.
If/' Sn subscription taken for less than six
SAT Now Ih the time to subscribe. Hj'BCI
MKN COPIES SENT ON APPLICATION.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS AND OILS,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
COMBS AND BRUSHES,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ktc.
CHEAPEST CIGARS EVER;OFFERED IN
West’s Extra Kerosene Oil!
NO. 1 FIRE TEST.
LAMPS and CHIMNEYS and IfICK.
Satisfaction guaranteed In all purchases.
I have for sale the purest and tiest Whisky
and Gin in this city for Medicinal purpose*.-
One trial will satisfy the most fastidious.
ROLAND B. IIALL,
Dealer in Thorbura’s Garden Seed,
101-tf Cor. Cherry St. andOrifcon Avtaae.
NEARLY OPPOSITE PASSENGER DEPOT,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
Board 3.00 per Day.
T. H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
C. J. MacLElXan,
James W Mea/ia, In the Office.
—OP THE —
Agricultural and Mechanical
ASSOCIATION! OF CIF.OROIA,
Hold at SaTrstimalx.
MONDAY, DECEMBER :)oth, 1872,
And continue during the week.
fpilE Central Railroad and connections und
1 Atlanta and Gulf Railroad und connections
will transport visitors for one fare, returning
There will boa Sabre Contest between the
Savannah and Augusta Sabre Clubs on Decem
ber 4th und sth.
Open to the world, three or more to cuter.
Fastest Trottlug Single-harness Horse, Purse,
$100; Fastest pair of Trotting Horses, owned
and used as such, Parse, (50; Best Single-har
ness Horse, Plate, (20; Best pair of Harness
Horses, Plate, (25; Best Pacing Horae, Plate,
115; Running Race, Sweepstakes, mite heats,
three or more to enter, two to start, entrance
10 per cent., Purse, S2OO.
The Chamber of Commerce offer the follow
For best three bales of upland cotton of one
planter’s growth on exhibition, premium to go
to planter, SSO.
For three bales ranking second In quality,
premium to go to planter, (40.
For three bales ranking third in quality, S3O;
premiums to go to planters
For the best bulc of sea island cotton, SSO;
next best ill quality, premium to go to plant*-,
For the best Gin for upland cotton, SIOO.
For the heat bushel of Rough Rlec, of tlie va
riety kuown oh gold seed, pretniun to go to
For tiie best bushel of Rougli Rice, of the ya
rlety known as white, premium to go to plan
No fee will he charged for entering of exhib
For Premium Lists or other information, ap
ply to J. 11. ESTILL, Secretary,
185-td fluvanuah, Ga.
To (be Bualnea* Men of Mr® n
THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulate* exclusively in Donghcrty, Mitchell,
Lee, Baker ami Worth Counties.
g-Jf* The wealthiest Colton growing section
of Georgia. .JSJ
Ia the beat Advertising Medium in Southwest
CAREY W. STYLES, Proprietor.
YHE PMEMItJI WEEKLY.
IT la universally conceded that advertising is
a necessity to success in business; it is also
conceded, by the shrewdest business men, that
newspapers are the beet 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.
We will be happy at any time to furnish refer
ences to leading merchants here and elsewhere,
who will testify to the fact that they have re
ceived orders for goods from parties who read
their cards in The Advertiser. In fret, 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 advertisement* sra admitted which sre
not believed to be shove question snd of real
value, and from parties so unquestionably re
liable that the renders of TKe Advertiser will be
safe In ordering tbem fro ® “ 7 dJjUIl K c ±,
our readers, tbs tsa t of Its apJwara-we bCTe bas