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All Uttern ed.it inn to Sutiiei ,j/ti>m ■ idel U ad-
( 'i'JllUlili 110*0 . .* J ' It’ / '■ t <1 ft
to leu- Jet*—- • ii k . .u.ujl -Ufit- to
return r<j*i '< I ' ' f <> I authmtl
,otei if ••• A ./’< ' ■ p 1 "J ’< State, *•
Mn. PllAMl .1. 11KiiitTN 1 rim If our only
anthoi (ted City A; :> nt. mid lie is duly i in
powered to solicit yrork for tins cilice, atid
subscriptions to the Idsti: i:i*ui. n.
SI i. CUA.UIJ.. L. Mize, book toul i. tvs
dcalct, l‘< <itir auib i . 1 -cut !u 1 taw son,
J. 1, Ti < kkxi i; fi author]'/ and agent at
Sir. W. 8. Dr.innrfit. Voutlff ni Express
Company Ofilce, Is our ; itlibLzed Agent
1. N. SuYMoni!, of !’; inp' . s Hotel,
is our uuthorizod Agent nt Griffin.
Mn. Jxn. T. Hvtm ton Is our agent
in Fort Valley.
W. SVATUIS lIK Kti, Editor.
Os tub Wish, The Editor ol the
Extilki’Hihk returned home on Saturday,
but has been upiin culled away, l< - nv-
ing hia duties still in the bunds el u I, > ud.
i>iti:iiiES'mi. •.i.it roitH.
Now that the Democratic and l.ila ral
Republican I’le.Milentiul Electors cannot
cuat their vote for Mr < ; i< (ley. the nows
papers in Yttrium “Cclimi* aro olft ring mg
gimtious as Ur who they hull vote lor—
The Montgomery A<l\< iti-cr, edited liy a
non of lie I’resident Tyler, iieomue nd"
tljo vote In' i:n! 1 (Irani. • making h.
election uuanitmm , an I in return, ask
only for puarc and pioteethm a aiust vngn
bonds and seonndiet -or, at tea t that
the goveruient will ailo ns fair play and
maintain Hub supremacy of Inn and order.
Our struggle In. not been In im n, but
fur “safely, law mid civil'./ itlon."
The BavAnni.il Republican thinks thure
ran be no doubt or dilti idly about tin
matt. i. Inasmuch a., in Hr* evented' .Mr
dree ley death .. ~ h* tiud boon chosen
by the Electoral volt tlm succession
would have legally pa ne l toGratz Humn,
the second on the ticket, the .me course
must he given now to the votes of the
Elector., chosen If 11,. popular voice to
cast their ballot i f.r tin nominee of the
Mr .losej.li I milt, t I'Hatvki ; (au nty,
TeniU'ic .e, died bi*t we, ': at l! adv meed
r ""-' *- . I
Sou 11 1 Georgia Conference 'll. Id it !
nnnunl session for 1- .! on the 11th f I)e
remborin ’flu .le Hi p M nrin
Till'. Kxprc'- .ion ol ihe Euiolions in
Man und Annua • tins of anew
stork by Mr. Darn in, Just ii lin Eng
land, and which ti :! find w Into
the hands of Altmtii an leaflet
Aicording to tlm Ferry Journal, llous
ton enmity Ims 1 7u iti-pr" voti and 77.’l .
whites. The county lava eight dob |
Ia rs on Ihe thousand - aiuo us Pulaski |
The . (Miniv tax amounts to f 1 ,tipu, and
the Stnte tax 5 1 ’ ! ■ The lands i . the
county ate valued at over sl. Htl.Ol'H
I i.ttvn Excoiu* Eight Hum and
one hundred ami eij'hleen hulcs of cotton
were cleared from the port if Havaiinuh
for foreign post!, i-n hauml iy, valued at
*ti>'S>,UH7.nd. This ■ peaks wa 11 for our
principal seaport, for one day. in one sin
glo article of commerce \V itlt our va
rleil resources, the ludc'ity und economy
of our people, wt shall not he long, al
this rate, In recoveiiii" from tlm material
ravages made by star.
tWwWtV In llio Jewish (uleinlar is
known as HosU-HodosU Ivis.'eix the first
day ot Uto month Kish the third nt' the
Jewish year. Tho fact Hint it 101 lon Sun
day, also the first tiny ol' December, ivoi 11
coincidence that wiil not occur again in
twenty fiTcyears. and’ tv hich roullsts not
in the kid Hint U falls Ibis year upon the
first day ef Dei ember, but 'tn the nddl
I tonal fact thut the tiist day of Kisle.' and
tlie first day of December sbotlld Initlt
fall ou Sunday
How Fkw Ca.x bxx lrl—A ,ot 11 pou
dent witting from Atlanta, to tiro Monroe
AUrurti : r. dming Mr.'.Stepltctu’visit to
that city, relates an e.\pri sstott made by
Mr S in his presence that i tu apply to
but few men, and ji; wo have not a
doubt of il* entire com , tires The cor
respondent Bays, in epreking of bis pat
lilt*. -Mt. .''tophin iem,Hiked “1 have
never regretted any net i' n.uio. citbci
public or private, except 1 may b\ e said
some imUscreot things, in uty < nly life, in
the boat of debate “
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Tut; dUap|M*aiiii u iu Now \ ovk ixvunt
ly ol Mr. (iMdyri N. IVity of Louisville,
who was said u> lie robbed ttwl inurdenxi
lion boon SMlsfartotily ne ouute<l for. In
stead of Leltlg worth $ >OO, the wealthy
IsOutsviUe merchant turns out to lrav .been
worth • gtv>d >' n’i I-■ tl an r dbing, for
he twd the fltmJ of tV rP< •* i bis
>u trht-ii lie iIL appeared
ii ■ *— —
Atlanta lift, ftf Sun h y. j
Anmiversary fth titt nlUs
The suni-Ye- si.t of Ho Ml- “ *!>
a.r the. North . :-a i Con. ten via
hcHl in Trinity Cijtiu a last fight Ue\
,1. K t todlYey pjestd The churedi
aval- etowdfld—--quin' a nutn’.ier ol the
member* of tlio CoWVrenc* being pres
rot. Ifiahop SlitUtt,., < -V 'uri. w:.
firV introduced au ! w. >W a m -d e.itnei
|>l>r<brt* awl in|f.ive aJdte- in
l*troll ufjjijß- ia* nant' eansc
for about three ijuorter# of u h rhe
IwW the aiailencc y*dl bound !.y liitok*-
<)Uonce, and really movofl onhiU ol llte
‘tin tran; aiiuiticii who were prext
**• AWt three hwvlnej doSars was
The Sun Sun lay has the t.d , ,ng
The motion in urn t of judgement ii
the . use o.f A. I). Koch fellow, v,
lew duy. ago convicted of lan
trust delegated, was sustained b> ' <
and the defendant discharged
E'.veuty live cai bids of tswit.e .
tree perted, ou Friday, toAugus’.. #.
terim dlate ]>oint on the Georgia 1! t
Handcart' arc all tl.e rage now Th
draymen now charge SO cents a load t u a
single mule Hlnlwart Ethiopians, f.r
dralt purposes, arc in demand The r.
reason 1. favorable to killing 1.., 1 .■
a largo number ur In tlm . iiy.
There la a gentleman hi town ol h
proportions that he ha pay and.
for dyeing his clothe-
The mortality in Atlanta tlm h.-t
weeks Ims been greater than uo.al, h< vei
al very sudden deaths have taken pi;
The case of Penn IScdcll, charged w.ih
Ihe murder ol Policeman HnHieiry, v,ill
come up to morrow i. ornin ia tlm
The Georgia Depot is literally < i .... a i
with trelght. which cannot be guth-n < .1
of hand, owing to tlie prevalem .1 H
malady. Thu clerks :..c more than
TIIB State National Bank of Allan i
opens for business to day.
At a meeting < f tin Hoard >,: Dirt
held Saturday, Mr. Perino Brown wa
unanimously el sc led < -hier. '■! Bo n
is well und favorably known to "
citi/cus of Atlanta, and Georgia
The Constitution says it is the ini.
of Ihe Directors to make this the sti
bank of the Stale jut w hat its mum* ...
dieates “Citizen's Bank ot Gcnr ia. '
Mr Wtliiiigbam nf the LaGran; r He
i porter. announces himself a candidnte !"i
I tied for flits position.
The Itepubllcan of Sunday morning
says a fire was signalled at .'1 -M o'clock,
proved to he In a tw.. story lniek clilice,
on the eastern ride of Ilandolpli street,
. formerly a cotton mill, but more re. . ntly
i us. Ins a stable Before it wa p< slide
for Hie fire deportment to rcutdi the pot,
the building was beyond rescue, and the
adjteent two story wooden tenement id >
caught. Tlm tire w soon subdued -the
brick building having been entirely
burned, and the wooden tenement I vim?
the roof burnt olf and its eastern and
Sou them sides The property belonged to
Mi . C' A. I. Bamai
The doath of .Mr Thomas M. T:s. r.
at llio ripe age of sixty-one, oeenned at
lii iciidepcc on Broil ,liton, St. at I! o'clo. U
p. in., yesterday. Mr Turner was a prom
Inent and leading member of the tong;,
j alien of tho Fir.t Baptist Churcb IP
w.i ever ready with Ills purse and his ex
ertiona to advance and promote the . a .
of i. ligion ami of charity
The Ad\, iti'.ei of Sun.btt lei t. t
Coloiiol Stone, who ws i . , oily ap
pointed and qmtlilled Assistant t nitcil
Stale* District Attorney for tin Slate ol
Georgia, lm t taken po- I'S.imi ot his . dice
Tho steamship Mississippi, having on
board the passen -ers of the disabled ; am
>l, iI > Merida, nailed tor New k vest v
day moruin ■
: <• i sHi ii :
The News of Saturday says il coiinti 1
, thirty-odd wagons near tho warehouse at
' the lower end of the street, on the day he
fore, loaded with cotton This was adc 1
oration from glorious old Meriwether an 1
in the crowd (hero were a number ol l.mr
and six horse teams.
Tho beautiflll Female College in Gr een-
Is.r.>' was burnt on Friday mornin ■: about
8 im lock, together with most of the far
nitrite. The tire broke out in tho root
other buildings caught from the spark ~
an t a general rontla ration was threaten*
ed By great Gloria its spread was pre
Th Georgia Home Journal i- pnbli-h
--ed simultaneously' In Madison and Greens
boro’. It is ago >d paper.
The Chronicle of Sunday regrets to mi
norrnce tire deatn of .1 \V Horton. I'sq .
Which occurred Saturday evening, after a
few dsys lllnass At tire time of hi death
lie w as Hie senior partner in tho wholesale
■nd retail grocery firm of Horton A Wat
ton. and had for many years been promi
nently idedtltied w ith the mercantile in
(crests of Augusta, and lmd won hii eiu is
Me reputation as a merchant and a man of
business Ho was an evomrlarv member
of th* Methodist Episcopal I'hur. h s
true f'lirtsthin, and died possessing the re
sp, .1 and esteem of all who knew h'.tn
The City of Urooklyn, which !'cd
ft in Queenstown on tiro loth inn . has
met with an accident and put hack
The detectives of New York prom'-e
rev. lations shortly In regard to what siill
remains a mystery—the disappearam , of
Mr Penv. tho l. uiisvill* merchant
The German ceorr.aphieal societies have
approved n plan fhr the exploration of
Africa, and a beginning lias been tun le in
the carrying out of the purpose.
The official vote for Govern u e 1
lieutenant Governor in Missouri gives
Woodson and Jolinson. tlie littersl can ! i
dates, majorities of 35M43 and .to .' :'I i .
Tl-. Laving of the Corner Stott?
New St Phillip'* Chutrh
<fi yesterday tuoi nine, in < ee.v.’w e
wi<i* tin" previous announcement, Ike K:
Kev John W Hack with. llishop of the
ilioi m of < ieorgia. assisted or the v c
He' Mr. Williams, I) 1) , Daau of the A
lau'a Oon\ .'c*tion, laid the corner si,
of the promoted new building of St phi’.,
lips Chun h. The oilier clerev in attend -
ti e with Kevarends Messrs. Elliott. K
tor of the lVidi: ) 'till. A® istant >;
inter; Mi Caulev. Hector of S I
I' h ami Ilea Mr Guilford
TITK l KRKMOMKS
veiy imposing, t-eing the trvsorikJ
form adopted by the Episcopal Church for
wtch occasion* linmcdiatelv after the
administering nf the Holy Communion
which was ccihra!ed this day. bcesuse of
lln being St Andrew's Day. "the la- dro
of the Church year, the clerev, varies
an 1 vestry formed in pmcoesioti pro., ed< !
by the choir, end leaving the Clntrch bv
H,e i .idem door, walked two abreast, Ibc |
choir ringing the hymn
,ioi v, not ~ hoi.*, • i or.n, < or. ai *ii.; irrv j
Arriving M tho South-West corner of I
the foundation the ranks yvere opened, and
the 111 I. jr, followed by the clergy, war
,],,, „n ; , entry, proceeded to the corner
■ „ where the Bishop read the preface
p, ,pc r f ,i tlie occasion , this wu? followed
!,y p, av< r , nd tire lesson tvas read by
the Dean. The Bishop (lien stated the
IKlfii' Sol t ’lf! \ iIHOUfI
a mit j i , i.rru i rt:i> in ims * onvi n
eon util: of the following list
A copy of the Holy Bible uncording to
King James’ version, printed in London.
A., .j>y of tlm Book of Common Prayer,
ri, e.iiiiiti'' to tint use of the Protestant
E , Chureli in the Fnitod Htutcs, A
ci py ol tin Hymnal adopted by tho Gencr
end (.'invention, l’rotestant Episcopal
Church of 1 *7l. A copy of the Journal
of the .veil Annual Convention of the
Kpi i "|,:d Cimreii in the Diocese of Gcor-
A Parchment containing the auto
ri.pli of tlie Right ltcverend Bisliop of
the Dioi - . ]'the llev. Dean of the At-
Inu'a ( . avocation, of Bin Hector, As
sistmit Minister M aidens, Vestry, Build
ing Couimitlec, and architect of St.
I’tiillij.s Church, Atlanta Copy daily
papei . (.oiistitution, Sun, and Her
ald. Church Alumnae for 187 if. File.
Bazaar Gn/.eite. coins of tlie United States
from one to I-fty cents; one small Turk
i-h . oil i 'unfed r v currency from to
I I'ON Tits COllNlilt STOKE
wa in :il, 1 the words, “The Corner
Stone if St. Phillip's Cnurch, laid St.
An ti.", ll'.v, November 30, 1872," on
on. end and oil Ihe side the Words, “On
ltd i Ibn tali ii I will build my house,
.1, < mi l l,iui-e!f being tint Chief
i Corner * lone."
r. riiii.ur's (iicncu
v.. I, in lilt on the cruciform plan, and in
the .') 'yle, uc! will be tho only edi
li in Ihe city that will he wholly built of
lone liiendiy . u rying out in more perfect
form tin- ly le of art hitectnro which has i
I. . tin gieni, noble and leading cliarac- '
ii ii i of so miffiy European Cathedrals.
The yv .IB proper of this Church will bo
. .. rted with blue (granite,) and laid up in
hi , 'ii , him. The trimmings, Hitch as
!mllrr . I.locks, mouldings, etc., will lie
ol M ine Mountain grauitc. the foundations
I. of concrete and rubble work The
r.:i , ned to tie covered with vari
gati I hlate laid in hands and other forms.
It will i fleet the highest credit upon those
aid ■ and popular architects, Messrs. l*ar
kin A Allen, who have done so much
tow i ' iding to tlie architectural appear
ance of Atlanta. —Atlanta Herald, Sun
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,rue?—Tho Cotton Tax
Bi ii ring to the fact Iftat during litis
short Con:'i ,--s id only three months dura
ti ii .i vorul large lobby schemes will be
pushed, among others tlie World thus
•.peak cl th proposed refunding of tlie
cotton tax :
Another object which will be pressed
upon Congress this winter by a powerful
lobby, is the refunding of tlie cotton tax.
We earnestly fought that tax when it
was imposed, for reasons which we still '
believe sound. But tho pretence of re
pay ing it covers one of the most gigantic
and most corrupt jobs even of this de
generate time If Congress eoud restore
the money.to those Iroin whom it was |
really taken il might be very well; but
that is ns impracticable as it would be j
to ink tlie w ater from the bed of the
MBsippi, and convey il by artiticiul
■no ms to tlie thousand millions of acres
of oozing soil w hich feed the first sour
ces of tho river. The tax came out of
the w —of plantation hands; it came
out ol the lessees or owners of cotton
lands, it . ante out of the great mass of
tk i .ton growing community. If it
wi re g. anted hack, the lion's share
Would goto tlie colossal ring of lobbyist
and cotton dealers who me pushing this
scheme, and tin test to vaihan cotton
factors M attered through tho South. The
amount of tlie tax is seventy millions of
dollars ami we have learnt, from nil au
thontk m oiiice, that there is a settled liar
gain that the cotton ring shall have one
half of it, or thirty live millions, if they
succeed in carrying the Job through Con
We publish this statement for the pur
dose of provoking a reply from those in
terested and who know ail about it.
T he Recounts publ islied of Mr.Grecley’s
!a*t moment' represent bim to have been
consi ions during the day. ns usual in cases
of iiifi.mimation of the* brain. His physical
suffering was extremely slight. The in
creased morbid action of tho mind was ev
ide nt from exterior manifestations. He
was like I. Do vott know that you are
dying " Without tremor or emotion, he
answered Yes " Again, when asked ifhe
recognized Mr, Reid, lie looked tip with
irantedia to recognition, liftiflg.his hand,
grasped Mr Hr id's hand feebly said dis
tinctly, 'Yes " His tost words were ; “It
is doin' ” 11 is face hardly changed, only
settling Into a look of perfect peace.
Tlie New York Tribune says : The i
nu 'sncholv death of the editor and foun
<l. , of; in* Tribune. though for a few days
it had been expected by liis family ami in
timate friends, falls upon us with all the
sli n k , f sudden calamity. He had readied
indeed a ripe old age, but time had not
laid its n ithering touch upon him. liis
splendid constitution easily bore the strain
of enormous labor 11 is mind was as fresh
ami strong and suggestive as in the prime
of life lli< generous impulses were un
cipisYd by the disheartening experience
’! ui the living campaign which ha*
rY-ed. H o pliysibal vigor, his tact
his inte'.'eottml activity, surprised even
tl s. who knew him best, and seemed to
pi emise many years of usefulness. It is
( e; tain that not a history of tbe most criti
cs! periods in our national life can lie
wri nin which Greeley shall not tie a
conspi, nous tigure, but the noblest career
in his eye was that w hich is given up to
other's v ants The successful life was
that which is worn out in conllict with j
wrong and woe. and the only ambition
to alleviate human misery and leave the
w rid I little latter than lie found it. That
he had done it. was the consolation which
hr ;htrned 1 is last Java, and assured him
he had n t lived in vain It is not for us
in the id t hour of our loss to paint hi*
< I'.ra ter or talalonge his virtues although
< sc\,: >1 :.ninths we have missed the in
spira; ni of his presence and guidance of
If- w r counsel. His apirit has never
< - , -,l to animate the chosen to continue
h.s works, a; and the close bond of srmpaiby
between the chief aud his assistants ha*
never been broken We leave his prais
es to the poor whom he succored ; to the
lowly, wl ahe lifted up to the slave. !
whose b- ck he saved from the lash, to
the oppt' whose wrong* he made his j
Democratic and Liberal Republican
IV. A. HI IT.
l.t Ward. oiul Weird.
Titos. U. Cosxen, John W. BcnttE,
Hahon Cautkk, E. J. Johnston,
It. M. rtCKUP.TT, CnHISTOI'IIEK Bl UKF.,
S/I.i Ward. 4th Ward.
John G. Ur.nz, J. J. Coaxiu.,
E. Cbockbtt. Georoe Burdick,
Benj. Burdick, K. J. Lightcoot.
i atu a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election in January. H. A. Benson.
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a candidate for Sheritl of Bibb county, sub-,
jeef to everybody's nomination, nov2s-td.
Tlie friends of E M. Calhoun announce
him a- u candidate for Ordinary oj Bibb county,
subject to the nomination of the Democratic
The friends of Pat Crown announce him as
a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bibb
Candidate rot; Mayor.—The friends of
Stephen Collins respectfully announce his
name as a suitable candidate for the ofllee of
Mayor of the city of Macon, subject to the
Democratic nomination. novSl-td
The friends ef Washington Poe, Six, re
spectfully announce his name as a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of Tiiadei s O. Holt, Jr., res
pectfully suggest him as a suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb county—subject to a Dem
ocratic nomination. td
The friends of C. T. Ward announce hint us
a candidate for re-election to tlie ofif " of Ordi
The name of R. 11. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for Tax Collector, Mr. Cain is an old
citizen, and, at one time was collector of taxes'
lUs friends hope that his claims will be kind
ly considered, knowing that be will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The aiauy firrends of Mit.cs S. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate for Comity Treas
A. F. UiusoN is announced as a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. nov 1-t td.
< i ho. F. Cheeky is announced as a candidate
for Sheriff of Bibb county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. novKl td
Wt: flic voters of Bibb comity announce
Ell Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject t the nomination of tlie Democratic
O. I’. Finney is a candidate for Tax Receiv
er of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. uovllitf
The friends of Maj. John A. MoManus an
nounce liim as a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
Tlie friends of CnAs. J. Williamson hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novl2-tf.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to tlie Democratic nomination.
novl2tf Felix Cortot.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him
ns a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to tlie Democratic nomination.
I hereby tinuouiice myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention.
novla tf S. D. Rainey.
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our duty to
benefit our fellow-citizens in every manner pos
sible, we have concluded to announce ourself a
candidate for tho House, sign and ornamental
painting, subject to nothing but greenbacks or
city scrip, and pledge ourself if elected to do our
t- •.' for oio s,//, and not go back on our con?ti
tuents. Windham & Cos.
Biulcr Spotswood Hotel, Macon, Ga.
J. Holmes & Cos.,
No. N*i Tliirtl Slrouf.
BBI.S. TENNESSEE APPLES,
.”■0 hhK POTATOES.
Also one car load of choice, select
Hl'.vr PROOF SUED OATS,
Superior to anything of the kind ever before
offered in lids market. Give us a call.
Oi in e Macon and Western R. It. Cos., I
Macon, Ga. Nov. :i(), IS?> (
The annual meeting of Stockholders of the
Macon and Western Railroad Company, forthc
election at Vrrstuent and Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and any other business that
may lie brought before them will be held at the
office of the Company In this eitv on Tuesday
the Tth day of January next at U)'o'clock a. m
MILO S. FREEMAN,
uovSO-td Secretary and Treasurer.
To Tai Payers of Bill) Comij.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Books forcol
l looting the State and Countv Taxes for
IsP." will dose on the 7lh day of December. I
hope ail will note this and pay their taxes, as I
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give anv
longer time. This notice is tiual. I can’t bo
responsible for any one’s tax after that time.
All poll taxes and road taxes are required from
both white and colored,
novll-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
> 'PHE 11 k- for the registration of voters for
L Uie city election will tic opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o’clock p. m..
ou Dwembcr Id, I>T J.
scpSO td J. A. McMANVS, Clerk.
MISS M. A. DANIEL
W’bl LD reapeetfollv inform the Ladies of
1 ' Macon and vicinity that she has taken
namis at Aias. lo Cotton Avenue (up stairs),
When- -he is prepared to do Dress Making in
tht* laJi>4 and wrW and war* •
rants to fflre aatisfcu'tion. octßl*&tr
I>K. H. F. GKIGCS*S.
OFFICE ovei M. R. Rogers & Co’s., Con- !
Residence, Plum street, opposite tieorge S.
Obrar's. oct 2-fin. j
DAY board and lKard and lodcir.g in a pri
vate house, can be had bv apple me to •
W. H. Rainer on Wainnt street,' Macon. i
Fcpt. 12, ISTI 1371(12
SEW ADYERTISKM ENTS
Mechanics Fire Com puny, No. 4.
THE regular meeting of the Company ii
postponed from to night to tomorrow
night. By order
A. B. T.OSS, Pres’t.
Jas. A. Camtoell, See’y. dee2-lt
| QQ BOXES, Sound and Cheap,
Just being rrc lead by
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.
COFFEE, COi FJGE.
250 BAGS CHEAP COFFEE, just in
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
TAULK MEATS AND I.ARD, at lowest mar
-1 ) ket prices,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A: CO.’S
r CAlt LOADS—NEW BRANDS it CHEAP,
Sepiour, Tinsley & Ce.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
I") ESPECTFULLY tender bis professional
t, services to the citizens of Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No. It Brown
House Block. Residence at Rer. Samuel Boy
kin’s, Georgia avenue. Calls left at either
place will receive prompt attention, ocliltf
RALSTON HAL L.
Mr. T. R. Turnbull respectfully announe s tlie
appearance of the World-Renowned
IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER
Tth anil 9th.
JIISS GRAZELLA KIDGWAV,
SIGSTOR FARR ATI WA,
AIK. J. IV. PATTISOX.
Admission $1; Reserved Seats 50c. extra —to
be obtained on and after December 2d at Brown
A Co.’s Book Store.
Coucert will commence at 8 o’clock.
The Grand Piano used at these Concerts is
from the celebrated manufactory of Messrs.
Wm. Knabe & Cos., of Baltimore. novoO-St
--FOR THE —
FROWN * CO.
Will open on Monday an elegant assortin' :it of
| ELEGANTLY BOUND BOOKS
Bibles, Prayers, Etc.,
j WRITING DESKS
WORK BOXES AND BASKETS,
, Ladies* and Gents’ Companions,
j HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES,
BOXES OF ELEGANT STATIONERY,
Ata tr tts,
An3 oodlcss ami numberleM articles of Vertu.
LAST, BI T NOT LEAST,
500 Games to He Little Ones;
panoramas, dissected pictures,
Alphabet Blocks, Too! Chests, etc
Handsomely Illustrated Toy Books
BI BBER RALLS, Elr., Elf.
r rillß HOTEL ranks .. P .d to j n
X lii-orjpa, for
‘ GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
SVELL SUPPLIED TABLEa,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE
Asa resort for the residence of the ; sent
hot term, it is unequalled, the nights .eing
remarkable cool and pleasant.
The best Water in Georgia.
3. W. BYINGTON.
110-300 Proprie or
TO MERCHANTS !
MERCHANTS wishing to place their name
and business prominently before th. peo
pie of Macon. Taylor, Crawford and Ho ston
eounti-w, should adve ibe iu the Bl'SI ESS
MIRR'iR. Ctrcnlatiou good and lncrsvaini
verr fash Rates libei a'
W. T. CHRISTOPHER, En A Pro; *.
Fort Valley, Ga.
The Eagle Flouring Mi,
HAVING pre.' (la cooling and healthful
food for tli
are now offering it in any quantities.
Also an admirable of
Also PLAIN BOLTED ,11E.1L
Also all Gi aiH s of FLOUR,
All of which can he obtained by leaving or
ders at VV. A. Huff’s, Seymour, Tinsley &~Co.,
I). Good* sous’ Small, Gamble & Beck’s,
Lawton & Bates’ or at the Eagle Mi'ls
n0302w W. J. LAWTON & CO.
MISS * ISSSTLAKTO
HO. 3 COTTON AVENUE Sc 6Q THIRD STRMFT,
E just received another full supply of Ladies fine white Kill Botton 800/.
Ladies’ Fine Wliite Saltern Lace Boots,
LADIES FINE WHITE KID AND SATTERX SLIPPERS.
Also a full line of
Misses & Children’s Dress Shoes
OF EVERY COLOR, SIZE AND STYLE.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Boots, Gaiters, Lace Shoes, Etc..
FOB GENTLEMEN’S WEAK,
Constantly replenished with all tlie LATEST STYLES.
LADIES WHITE KID ROWS AND BOWS AND ROSETTES, of every description.
GENTS’ OVER GAITERS, ETC., ETC?.
Call and examine,
.MIX & KIRTLAND.
W* A* ttrs
Cm, In aii Bib Eiprii
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR
“THE PIBE OE DIXIE,”
The Bestlin the World, Always on Hand.
I claim superior facilities in the purchase of
CO!, BACON, FLOCE, EAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
And I will mak :to the interest of Merchants and Planters to call on me with their MONET
go ID PA PER. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
W. A. HUFF.
J'N anticipation of the approach
. Christmas Holidays, wo have alareeV
of new and fresli goods for the retailer? i
| and families ; such as rs ’ 1 ‘ u M
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APP],..
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
GKAFFS, BEAKS mid PIXE API*Us
(TO UK HERE IN TIME.)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SIIERIJY AXp
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane svrun
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultanua, Seedier* m!, :
London Layer Ruisins, Currants, Citron
Prunes, New Figs, Nuts, Domestic, Fan,’,
and French Candles, Pickles, Prunes, Join,;
Chestnuts, Oranges mid Apples.
I Must be sold to close consignment, a hint ti
i the wise etc., at
( novlS-lm GREER, LAKE & <_o