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ri HU*UKU KVKIiT EYKNtKtt BY
LINES. WING SMITH.
No. 10 IloUlniniworth block.
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,t !! letter* relating to ttutil^rtptton thould he ail
4 rtMetl l<> and .*>"■ A, ■/ (ft
CumeoUJiUtcUiont for tin y-ajx. rlanthl t” ml
dreouil to the JvJtior. IV. imumit undrrtuh lit
return rrjeeted eoiuinnlmtioit*. Hi A itttiltettti
oaUal unit* Homo, from nl! jutrlt of (At Stott, to-
Mu Kuank .1. Hkiumnotun Is our only
etmOun itttl City Agf-td, aiul lie is duly em
powered to solicit work for Hus ofllce, and
subset iplious to llit Kmtkrphisk.
M t. Ciiaui.rs L. Mi/.e. book and news
dealer, Is our nutlmi izml in cut in Dawson,
J. L TrcKEii i our nutliorized Bgcutui
Mr, W S. Deiduuk, Southern Kxprfsi
Company OlUcc. is our authorized A,o nl
J. N. SuvMOtttt, of Hyiugton a Hotel.
Is our authorized Agent at Grifllu
Mr. Kd T. Byisoton i. our agent
In Fort Vulley.
U. tVAI'HIN Hit U . editor.
At Mr Greeley's funeral, addresses will
b. delivered by llev. 11. W. Heacher and
Dr. Clmpiu, and Mi Kelli pg v\ ill ring ‘ I
kaow that my Redeemer llvetti." Flags on
all the buildings throughout the city and
on all the shipping In the l.uibor eto ui
half inaet. and great crowds from every
railway train niul M"dlitb"6 add to the
crush to view the rmaina • 1 li,'' late >ient
Judge .Nelson, ol the Lulled Stale
Supreme Court, has io. igned
The appointment of Ward Hunt, ol New
York, to the vaeuney of the Bench of th*
Supreme Court of the i uiled States,' in
place of Associate Justice Nelson, re
signed, is received with satisfaction by
those in New York who know him, cithn
personally or by reputation.
The bill enforcing the foiling clauses of
the treaty of Washington, was made the
special order in Cougn a yesterday fu Hie
first Tuesday in January.
The Secretary of the Tic ,my 1 , lieen
olllcialiy asked, under wluit law lie In
eroased iji# issue of legal tendei
Woodliull A OTlxfiin have tin i n’.u ;ed
on | 9,500 bail, each.
The election ol is Seuatoi in North
Carolina lias resulted In Hie Hueeess ol
Judge Merrlmou, lie receiving 7 wtea
and Vunco HO. The whole Kepuhlirnti
*ote w as cast for Meirimon.
Western members of Congie i .xpirss
dissstlsfaction at llie omls.lon from the
im-ssagu of the .Mississippi level question
It appearf from nn ottlelul ■ t dement ot |
the Court of Claims, thut dating the year I
emliug Uio Ist of December, one hundred
sml twenty i sses were decided, m venly oi
which weie on m i omit of proeeeds ol
cotton captured hy the l nited S'-ates mil
itary forces. The nggn ate amount
claimed (or toil at was $9.. .oimm nnd
the award of the Court iu the c rases was
$1,413,000. The hlghe.-t uwmd was
$4 74,000. or SIOO,OOO less tl. m elaimed
The Court allowed $ 11,000 for the pro
ceeds of the salt' of $69,006 Bank of
J.ouisiana notes, tiling Hie amount of Hie
Claimants' deposit with that bank at the
ilute of the seizure ot tlie- amo. tmdu an
order of Gen. Banks 0, August, 1-;
Affairs in the French Assembly up
pesreil more pacific yesterday. That
body will divide into two go t purlii
the left and the ilgld- for the eieelion, on
Thursday, of the committee of thirty pint
posed by Du Favre. The Ministry of the
Interior was tendered by tin IV-ddimt to
Du Favre, but lie declined.
T ire tombs of lien Caviiignui and M
Boudin, in Moiitinsiti'e Ceinelery. wa-ir
decaralfii yesterday in the piesenee ol
300 persons. The dtinimsliatimi xvio
quietly oondimod, with im Intellereiiee
on the part of the police
General News Items.
The fashionable po-alle noxv xveai hi
Oregon lias the larjfes! wheal c i ;> sliavj
the slate xx ns settled
Txeclve corner 1,6* entitle a man !>■
move in good aocicly in IHilulh
Vermont haathemen-lo- 'il l iH.it two
third* of the schools tire cloned
Tho tourists 1879 to Yu-a mlte leave in
the State of California i ait) >! .".'O.nuo. |
spout In sight seeing.
Yitfl&bt. which didn't have a i.-tton
factory before the xvite has elected twelve
of them since.
One lndf of tho fade In,l' Worn fix
American womenn'tues :,..m pr ’e- aud
Tho city of Mexico is < id ef debt. In*
paved every httr.l. b .' m , ud l
happy as a clam.
Morgan CauutY. On- has a paulliei
wate. and there Imsn'r Ntii mix courting
in Hie last txvx) months
There ia a movement Marled to annex
Wcl Florida to Alabama, Middle Florida
to Georgia, soil make East Florida consli
nit* the State.
To toll the truth, 1 hist on a slater cities
are secretly pleased at Iter Coble dctcimi
nation to rooeive no po notary til l
Tlie New Yoik shopmen want to know
what will atop ruiutwy own. They h\c
tried lull-aired mlmua and plate-glass
window* until totuiJe-ti ...i tin \ ate
Tlt* eternal lltuess of things as entirely
npacl by the discovery > yt mineral spriug
in the city ot Milwaukee, where loolTer
any Inducement to any body to drink any
tiling but ’wrger Iwr is not t-'y useless
l>r. James Mortis gives the re;-'it ot an
autopay wade at the University College
hospital. London, of a brieklayer, a,l
thirty-eight, iu whom the brain was found
to exceed sixty-seven ounces iu weight
Thomas Smith, negro, awaiting sen
tence of death in the Louisville Jail, broke
out with the small-pox and was sent to
the peat-hours, from which he also broke
out, and la now at large.
Several Kocbevter boy s celebrated
Thanksgiving-day by shooting at a tar
get. William Cooks funeral U- k place
Trim ritDHiiiiAvi'M mi;*-
’llie message of President Grant, to
which we alluded yesterday, when lioilii
town from saveu columns, presents Hie
following rclithium, which we find in the
The document recounts the •t- ,i hi
idiiiinistration for llie yesr It stales tin
Alabama claim* seillenicnt b. IheGencv
ribunid. and Hie Ban Jusii boundary decis
ion. us fixing up two mailers of serious
'ifTi-renco between this country sml Jing
I be fishery matter is advised to he settled
Old a recommendation made for llxlngtlie
boundary ]im, of Alaska.
Our foreign relations are reported all
trine 'flic suggestion is made to invite
Tie Intel national Statistical Congress in
this country in 1876. Recommendation is
made to appropriate money to have Hie
United Htntcs represented at the Vienna
Appropriation is urged to curry ou llie
Mexican Claims Commission A reference
h made to Cuba, Imping that slavery will
be ulrolished llicre Spain and llie South
American republics are making peace .
also Dru/.il and the Argentine < onfeilriaey.
The United Blates is fiieudly with all
these powers. Venezuela still owes ns
money. Japan is very friendly with its.
the transfer of the territories from the
Department of State to Hist of the Interior,
and aid to distressed seamen are recom
The net receipts of the Treasury for the
yi nr ending June JO, ibid, are $37 1,106,
897. The Tn usury balance is $109,335,
735 't he expenditures, exclusive of debt
me $97".559,695, ami including debt are
$417,4(8,91(1. A net reduction of public
ili-ht Is claimed of $33,360,953. A reduc
tion oi the debt of March 1, 1 .-'(l3, is c’aim
The War l)c| lartmeut cost $35,379,157,
or $497,831 less than last year.
The downfall of the navy is alluded to,
and the damaging admission made thut
unless rally steps are taken to preserve
the navy, in a few years llie United Mates
will bo the weakest on the ocean.
'The l'ost Ollice Department cost $96,-
656,193, and received $91,915,496. 'The
railroad mail lines aro 5i,311 miles, ol
which 8,677 were put in operation lust
yuar. Our foreign haters numbered 24,-
359,500, or 4,077509 more than last year.
The abolition of franking Is urged, 'llie
acquisition of all the telegraph lilies hy
I llie government is advocated.
'l lie failing oil in tbo carrying trade is
slated, ami live millions expenditure a year
udve ed to remedy it.
The necessity and snlutory elfect of the
enforcement nml election laws are briefly
iteliel in the exlsteilCO of Hie Ku KlltX is
declared, and continued war on it an
The success of Hie administration's In-
I dlan pulley i* claimed. The plan seems
to lie to oonveit the territory South of
I Kansas into an Indian domain and send
I all the Indians there.
Of the public hinds of 11,864,175 acres
were disposed of last year. Tin* n-h ro*
I relpis were s’.2lS,ltH, There arc 22,010,-
surveyed Mii.l 583,30 1,7 50 unsurveyed
acre* <>t public land.
Tin ro were 12,032 patent* issued, pay ing
I fee#. Since ISM 200,000 nppll
entions for patents were Hied and 130,00(1
' paten's issued.
Of peminnH v '1,170.3 10 or $3,705,-134
j increase were paid. ()f 2,088.525 soldiers
i enlisted in the war of the rebellion 176,000
or (i p* t rent, werepeutioned. The whole
| number of till sorts of pension* granted
| last year w as 338.038.
i A census in 1875 is recommended.
The bill to give the Rales of the public
| lauds for rditcutionnl purposes is commen
The territories aie reported iu good lix.
except t ub where the extinction of poly
f aioy is desired Tiio planting of forest
trees is urged. The purpose to push
civil M-rviee reform is exposed.
There is u noticihlo avoidance of all al
lusion to the South, to amnesty, or any of
the matters ro vehemently agitated in the
Xccerdlng to tin* census report. Ken lucky
supports 5.05J1 paupers, at an annual coat
lie netnl Shertuan a ixpoit &howthc:i*
lual foreo enlisted iu Iho army* to be 2'.’
33f , of commiHßloned officer*. 2.011.
It exists something to run for Mayor of
Xew Voik. In llio icccntcampaign law
rcu:rc spout $‘3,000, Ilavemyer SIO,OOO, ami :
Jimmy OTTicu $75,000.
A man claiming to be a natural son of
Napoleon the First is leading the life of n
hermit in Olden (Illicit, near Virginia
City, Mon: ana.
The dlvotn suit of Wentworth vs
Wetitwiu th, in which the plaintiff is l.ord
Uvroii's grandson, is shortly to be brought
luU> court iu London.
Mayor -General (lidcon J. Fillow was
united in marriage on the fltli ni New
Orleans, to Mr* Pll Trigg, a highly ac
couiplishod lady of that City
According to General Myor's report of
the otw-noions of the Signal Ser vice Do
parmirn, during the pa-1 year, seventy
per cent of the predictions have been vor
The star el the colored man is iu the
ascendant. Leading representatives of
the race have been invited to atte-.-d the
inauguration ball on tint -Ith of March.
It is said that one of the greatest pleas
ures Kalplr Waldo Emu son promised
himself iu going abioad was loser- Car hie
cure mote The two authors admire each
vit her aim rely. Emerson was almost the
fi't person to see any thing iu -Sarto Ho
sattus ' and Carlyle soon after said, in
speaking ot originality, -I hear but one
v oiceaud that is from Concord,"
A roc king-horse in an Elm street family
ha> too van’s of red flaanel about its neck,
and smells strong enough of nruica to j
knock cm an apothecary from the city
i he youthful owner cannot go to school
because his horse is sick —lkinbvrt A Vie*
The c|iz sHi' i< cl- -log it* caiw in
'l’li iloj chronicle, the dtCMN ol
"Unde Ned," a venerable negro, on Sat
urday night, aged 119 year.,
'The Republican of yesterday records a
very I occurrence of the day previous,
iu the death of ilr. Matthew Kufburrow,
a y og gentleman about twenty-one years
old, a most worthy and promising young
man. Three weeks ago he was married
to u daughter of Judge Levi 8. Russell,
and oib-cqueiitly look sick with miasmal
fever, which terminated his hopeful and
bright prospects in life so soon and so
Ale it twenty-two hundred voters have
registered in Savannah
All. John Bridges, an old and respected
eili/i-n of Augusta, died in that city, on
’1 11 Chronicle learns that the oxen are
taking epi/ooty about Augusta.
the itev. M II Henderson. D. D., for
son - evcnleenyears Rector of Knimsuucl
Chinch, in Athens, Gs„ one of llieoldesl
in 1 mo i valued Episcopal clergymen in
(,i ii edit'd at his residence, In Athens,
)' itarpuy (Monday) morning.
I wo negro v. omen, stripped for a light,
were interrupted hy the [>olice.
In two mouths the North and Boutli
lion ! li i hum lit four hundred and tliirty
-1 live led I cotton to Columbus.
i ll- n i, - Thu United States oftleers
an- pro-11 line linely with the survey of
the t 'initial,o'k hen river, and several days
it ■ p> -ed (eiidon, Alabama, on their
u down. 3 In: survey thus far is very
The Eh'jiiirii heats that between fifty
am! venty five persons, including a uum-
I I’midh flout that and adjoining
• tilth -ye ta y left per Western Rail
road for Tex- It is said that a similar
i colony will leave for the same destination
about the first of January next.
The Municipal election is iu prbgrcss
to tiny. < C Hammock is llie Democratic
i nidi-!.! T. Stolio Farrow 1$ the Inde
!*- mlcnt. The contest will be spirited.
1.e.-t night a large audience assembled
at the id ond Baptist Church to witness
t • ; mils of Major Mil McWhorter and
Mi I. :,u Cox daugliter of Major WB
fro The ceremony was performed by Rev.
\V 1* Ilarrlson. T he attendants were Miss
' ‘li; Cullie Blount, Miss I.ucy Ilur
. i -1 Jennie Nance, Miss Julia Taylor,
i Me. Julia Lowry, Miss Florence Gordon,
Mrs. Mamie Hemphill.
1 ui MqWhortar, Wll Bigger, A J
I: ~11 ! J Platt, J Dickey, (' A Celller,
T o-i Mi ador, it A Hemphill.
I ,e l-i-i eptiou at Major Cox's was the
iitfair of the season.
'i ! , ixth day's proceedings of the
h Georg i Conference is given in the
t 'utioti. From it wc learn thero are
j in tin: Conference boundary sixteen on the
■ li :■ l Miperammnted preachers, four su
|u-rnumeraries ; 119 locul prcschers, 46,-
II in, iu 1 eis , 1,228 infants and 2,641
ad I,aplized since last Conference; 503
Sou,lav iihouls . 3,(05 Sunday school
le.-vehei 93,937 Sunday school pupils.
The 6dlowing figures relate to the ninte
ii:i! inienvtsof the Conference $8,160 is
i all,! for the support of superannuated
' prraehei <, of which $5,313 bus been
ti ! , eled aml $5,214 70 expended . $6,-
i 3 lee. been contributed to missions;
pi. .'9 ( , is reported raised on the
r qi's fund, —balance on bund $95 65.
li o U> imittet' on Education submitted
|t! !, nil It was terse, scholarly and
j I .'le: ! ,i ul Christian views. The com
ic paid a deserved tribute to Bishop
I '., lor his strenuous uud unremitting
t io behalf of Christian education.
I'll committee hail gratifying reports
I'i.nn Emory College, the Wesleyan Fe—
mu.e College. LaGrange Female College,
Maiietta Female College, and the Lucy
Cobb Institute at Atbeus. file Commil
: t n potted resolutions to use every effort
to in, ica-o the patronage of these institu
t , . tail Methodist except I.ucy Cobb
1, i, -and recommending the appoint
i ni ,-f Rev. Morgan Callaway at Emory
( Rev. W. J Cottr-* at LaGtaage
15 i!e College, and Rev W. A. Rogers
lb evident ot Maiietta Female College.
I Adopted unanimously.
fhc report on the Orphans’ Home
show, 1 that institution to be doing well,
j Rex W. It. Foote lms managed it well,
, i only s7d pet mouth for suste
e, Iho orphans tliis year under
vet . - 'imagingcircumstances, produced
.hi, ■ ti.: of cotton, one hundred bushels
! of | as. th y bushels of corn, sixty ot oats,
twenty of wheat etc
■ vett children have been discharged,
i e ioinmittce rcc amended tho adop
tion of a resolution requesting the trus
| let st () unite w ith the South Georgia Con
i' m e iu the establishment ol one Or-
H e. :f deenuai advisable, and re
. est'e.g tin- Bishop to appoiut Rev. W.
P C ,s agent. Both resolutions ad
i > • : littee on Hie Bible Cause re
t i-,J lint (be agent, W. A I’aiks, lunl
11 miles, visited 19.'60 fam
ill, .■ : >ui 3,000 xvere destitute of the
Lh ,'even new Bible Societies created
- a:.d , Ji x x Sunday .Schools supplied.
Hi' i aliHil|i(':
ih.t <alary of the Mayor of the city lias
1 t n nbrJishtHi.
'! - Whaley. a very aged lady and
i > : General Cloud, postmaster at
1’ . wit and ou Wednesday night.
- * s oue day last week n party
of : ■ a men went out driving, turd during
the . a large buck, weighing one hun
dred mil torty pounds, was killed.
H :;n-lM'-use of Mr. Joseph Ingram,
j lr\- ■ rear lhuoltridge. was burned one
night last week.
(it i fia at :
1 he municipal election ot Griffin is iu
The News regrets to learn that physical
• ‘ ' : : has had such an effect on Dr J.
\\ ~- Mitchell, as to create an alarm
am sis relatives as to his sanity.
1 ej s\ sued out a warrant of lunacy
a . : him, and the cose will be tried be
f- to tin Ordinary on Friday next, at 10
o'eh-ck at the Court-house.
The Doctor’s very mauy friends
throughout the country will deeply re- I
pnt to hear this sad condition, and can
hut hope for a speedy and full restoration i
of mind and health *
Democratic and Liberal Republican
U . A. HUFF.
l*t Ward. 3rd Ward,
Tnos. U. CovSEit, John W. Bcbke,
Baron Carter, E. J. Johnston,
It. M. Dl'rrett, . Christopher Bi kke,
Snd Want, -tf/t Ward .
John G. Deitz, J. J. Cornbli.,
K. Crockett, George Burdick,
Benj. Burdick, It. J. Lightfoot.
I am a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at ttie ensuing
election in January. R. A. Benson.
The friends of James Martin announce him
as a candidate for Bhcrifi of Bibb county, sub
ject toeverybody'snomination, nov9s-td.
Ttie friend* of E. M. Calhoun announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb couuty,
subject to the nomination of the Democratic
The friends of I’at Crow n announce him as
s candidate for the ofllce of Sheriff of Bibb
The friends' *f Washington Poe, Sr., re
spectfully announce liis name as a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of TuADEt aG. Bolt, Jr., res
pectfully suggest him as u suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb county—subject to a Dem
ocratic nomination. td
The friends of C. T. Ward announce him as
a candidate for re-election to the office of Ordi
The name of It. H. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for Tm Collector. Mr. Cain is an old
citizen, and, at one time xvas collector of taxes'
His friends hope that his claims will lie kind
ly considered, knowing that lie will and > his
duty, if clioßcn. td.
The many firiemls of Mn.o S. Freeman an
nounce him us a candidate for County Treas
A. F. Giiison is announced as u candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. nov 14 td.
(jeo. F. Cheeky is announced as acandidate
for Sheriff of Bibb county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. novlfl tel
We the voters of Bibb county announce
Ell Gross ns a candidate for SheritT, sub
ject to the nomination of the Democratic
O. P. Finney Is a candidate for Tax Receiv
er of Bilib County, subject to the nomination
of ttie Democratic Party. novlStf
The friends of Maj. John A. McManus an
nounce him as a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of tlie city of Macon.
The friends of Cuas. J. Williamson hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novlb’-tf.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
novlStf Felix Corput.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to the Democratic nomination.
L hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention.
novia tf 8. D. Raim v
After repeated solicitations from friends nnd
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 the House, sign and ornamental
painting, subject to nothing but greenbacks or
city scrip, nnd pledge ourself If elected to do our
bent for ourself, nnd not go back on our consti
tuents. Windiiam tt Cos.
UnderSpotswood Hotel, Macon, Ga.
J. Holmes & Cos.,
Xu. N* Third Slreel.
Hltl.s. TENNESSEE APPLES.
50 hill*. POTATOES.
Also one ear load of choice, select
HI ST PROOF suit) OATS.
Superior to anything of the kind ever before
offered in tliis market. Give us a call.
Oi un E M xuon and Western It. U. Cos., I
Macon, Ga., Nov. MO, lS7d ,
The annual meeting of Stoeklioldera of the
Macon aud Western Railroad Company, tor the
election of President and Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, amt any other business that
limv be brought before them will be held at the
office of the Company in tliis city on Tuesday
the Till day of January next at 10" o’clock a. m
MILO S. FREEMAN,
novSO-td Secretary and Treasurer.
To Tai Payers of Bill Comiy.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Books for col*
. lccting the State and Countv Taxes for
1572 will close on the 7th day of December. I
hope all will note this and pay their taxes, as 1
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give any
longer time. This notice is final. 1 can't be
responsible for any one's tax after that time.
All poll taxes and nwid taxes are required from
both w hite and colored.
novU-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
rTMtE Books for the registration of voters for
l the city election will be opened on the first
day of October and close at Tw o o'clock p. in.,
on December IS, IVTL1 V TL
sop;*) td J. A. McMANTS, Clerk.
MISS M. A. DANIEL
\\” 1 and I.D respectfully i: f, -:n the Ladies of
Mi. n and \ laity that she has taken
rooms at Ao. 10 Cotton Avenue (Up stairs \
j where she is prepared to do Dress Making in
| the iVi.Csf and most Jij&hioruibU .sVV.v, and war
rants to give satisfaction. ’ oet3l-3w
WOOD AND COAL.
Ili AV E established, near the Macon A West
ern Railroad Depot, an ample vard with
Fairbanks’ best scales) to supply all kinds of
Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
WEIGHT. ME AS CRB and
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Orders left at the odious of Messrs.
H. L Jewett, Greer, Lake A Cos., Turpin *
Ogden, through Postoffice, or at tire Yard, will
have prompt attention. Come and see
IM AM MILO 8. FREEMAN
ON Sunday last, a fnr cape. The finder will
be suitably rewarded by leaving the same
at this office. ( l ec * 3tg
HTBE Subscribers to the Steam Fire Engine
J. for Ocmulgee Fire Company, No. J, are
respectfully notified that F. A. Shoneman is
authorized by the company to collect ull money
subscribed for the above purpose.
dee 4 It Foreman.
a ti:A jTv :
Young America Fire Cos., No. !i.
ATTEND vour regular monthly meeting
THURSDAY night at 7, / o’clock. It is
important thut every member should attend.
By order ’D. D. CRAIG, Foreman.
B. XV. Smith, Sce’y.
Telegraph copy de-l It
1 No. 5, II Ram, ?16 00
1 No. 6, H. Ram, 80 00
I No. 7, 11. ltam, 58 00
I Pony rower, 85 00
I Buckeye Cultivator, 48 <JO
1 Buckeye Grain Drill, 08 00
1 Cotton Seed I.inte 55 00
Cotton Seed IJullers each, 35 00
Diamond Mills, Pumps, Ladders, Wagon
Bodies, Cotton planters, Cultivators, Bee
Hives, etc., etc., below cost, at
tV. W. PA KKE It’S
Old stand, Hoßlngworth Block.
CUAS. A. ELL*. W. XV. LANKY.
ELLS & LANEY
(SUCCESSORS TO W. I*. CARLOS. )
Whole . o and retail dealers in
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
MULBERRY STRF.T, MACON, GA.
AGENTS for the Macon lee Manufacturing
Company, wholesale and retail dealers in
tine Cigars, Tobacco and Liquors.
liar and Saloon upstairs, constantly supplied
with all the luxuries of the season.
As will be seen from the above, Messrs. Ella
& Laney have purchased my stock, and thafl
they will continue the business at the old
stand. 1 cordially recommend the new firm
to the public. They are gentlemen of large
experience and a thorough knowledge of the
business, and I hope the patronage so liberally
bestowed'on me will be extended them.
WM. P. CARLOS.
Macon, Ga., Dec. 3, 1872. dec3-ot.
100 OUIU ' a ' ll * Cheap,
Just being receivad by
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & l
t) “ 0 BAGS CHEAP COFFEE, jus I in
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY ,t CO.’S
T)ULK MEATS AND I.ARI), at lowest mar
I J ket prices,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
~ CAR LOADS—NEW BRANDS & CHEAP,
Ssyiiecr, Tinsley & Cos.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
I > KSPECTFrLLV tender hi* professional
IV services to the citizens of Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No. o Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev. Samuel Boy
-1 kin’s, Georgia avenue. Calls left at either
| place will receive prompt attention. oclGLf
j RALSTON HALL.
Mr. T. It. Turnbull respectfully announces flic
appearance of tlic World-Renowned
IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS,
| SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER
7th and 9tb.
ASSISTED BY -.
lIISS ORAZELLA RIDGWAY,
HR. J. IN. PATTISOIV#
Admission SI; Reserved Seats 50c. extra —to
he obtained on and after December 2d at Brown
A: Co.’s Book Store.
Concert will commence at S o’clock.
The Grand Piano used at these Concerts is
from the celebrated manufactory of Messrs.
Wm. Knabe & Cos., of Baltimore. novßo-8t
r PW3 HOTEL ranks second to none in
j X Georgia, for
' GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term. It is unequalled, the tight, being
! remarkable cool and pleasant..
The best Water in Georgia.
3. W. BYINGTON,
VFOI'R room dwelling and vacant lot,
. also, splendid well of water in the yard;
fronting on Spring and Rose Streets, contain
ing one quarter of an aere. For sale cheap.
nov. Jo—l in. comer Third and Plum Streets.
BAR A LAGER BEER SALOON,
masset’s old stand.)
Opposite Medical College. Mulberry St.
r pni3 Saloon is supplied with the best Wines.
X Liquors and Cigars in the market, ami
sparkling Lager Beer of superior quality. Free
lunch every day from 10 to 12 o'clock and
extra lunches served up t any hour In the day
or night Swiss Cheese. Goose, Duck, Ham,
Salads and anything that may be desired for
lunch. . nov24-tf
DR. B. F. GRIGGS.
OFFICE oTei M. R. Rogers A Co's., Con
Residence, Plum street, opposite George S. I
Obesr's net ° lm
NEW ADYEKTI• hMENTS
Tin Eagle Flooring Hills,
HAVING prepared a cooling and healthful
food for the
arc now offering it in any quantities.
Also an admirable article of
< OW FOOD.
IKo FLAW ItOLTEI) HEAL,
Also all Grades of FI.OI’R.
All of xvhich can be obtained by leaving or
ders at VV. A. Hull’s, Seymour, Tinsley .V Cos.,
D. Good & Sons’, Small, Gamble & Beck’s,
Lawton & Bates’ or at. the Eagle Mills.
no3o2xv W. J. LAWTON & CO.
MX2Z & & m3 1 LANS)
NO. 3 COTTON AVENUE & f$C THIRD STREET.
JJAVE just received another full supply of Ladles line white Kid Botton Boots.
Ladies’ Fine White Sattern Lace Boots,
LADIES FINE WHITE KID AND SATTERN SLIPPERS.
Also u full line of
Misses <& Children’s Dress Shoes
OF EVERY COLOR, SIZE AND STYLE.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Boots. Gaiters, Lace Shoes, Etc.,
FOli GENTLEMEN’S WEAR,
Constantly replenished with all the LATEST STYLES.
LADIES WHITE KID BOWS AND BOWS AND ROSETTES, of every description.
GENTS’ OVER GAITERS, ETC-, ETC.
Call and examine,
MIX & KIRTLAND.
■ w* a*
Con, Bacon awl Flour Empni
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAN*D OF FLOUR,
“THE PBIDE OE DIXIE,”
The BestSiu the World, Always on Hand.
1 Cioim superior facilities iu the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, ETC,, ETC.,
And I will make it to the interest of Merchants and Planters to call on me with their MONEY
or GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good partiea.
W. A. HUTE.
IN anticipation of tho approach of tkt
Christmas Holidays, xvc have a large stock
of new and fresh goods for the retailers hnt.i.
and families ; such as
EXTRA L,\RGE BLUSHING RED APPLES
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANDES, GOOD SWEET
Git APES* PEARS nnd PINE APPLES,
(TO BE UEKE IN TIME,)
| MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SHERRY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
I FIRE CRACKERS,
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane syrup
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultunua, Seedless aud
London Layer Raisins, Curraßts, Citron
Prunes, New Figs, Nuts, Domestic, Kaacy
and French Candies, Pickles, Prunes, Jellies
Chestnuts, Oranges ami Apples.
Must he sold to close consignment, a hint to
the wise etc., at
( novls-lm GREER, LAKE ik CO.