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y4s| ES. WING 4 SMITH
*■ No. 10 liollinirswortli Block.
Ml Letter. reUdtny tu Jjufmrnptum durutd be oo
I rmml to Li was, Hlrq/ <i' Smith, Ahuon, Oa.
CkonmunlaUUme for the paper n/iould lee oil
Jrfmtii to the Editor. ll* c, point undertake '>
return rrjtc'td communication.. Will authtrill
ruled rteue item*, from all jmrtn of the Slate ,
Mk Khank .1. lIRKKIROTuIt Ih our only
aathm iteal City Agent, and ho ih duly cm
powered to Holicit work for tins office, mid
subscriptions to the Kntkuimuhi:
Mu. Chahlkh Li. M 17. E. book and news
dealer. Ik our authorized agent In Duwsou,
J. L Tcckeii la our avtliorized agent ill
Mr. W. 8. Dkidrh'K, Southern Kxpres*
Company Office, is our authorized Agent
I. N. Hbvmoue, of liyington s Hotel,
la our authorized Agent at Griflln.
At WATKIK MICKS, editor.
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The Editor of the KxTeiti’iiiaa ru
turned from Atluuta this morning, and
will resume his duties with the next issue.
W’ithiu tiic past ten days a gang of
adroit burglars hava made their appeal -
aure in Louisville, Ky , and aie working
the town. Their operations are skilfully
conducted, showing that the members of
'he gang are accompliHhed villains
The Board of Trade of Komc, tin., have
resolved to ineiiioriali/c Congress for an
appropriation to open the Coosa river
from Mobile to Koine, the Etowah, from
Home to Canton, Ga , and the Ooslanaula
from Koine to Carters in Murray county,
and in the instruction of the Honthcrn
The Home Commercial liears it slated
on pretty good authoiily, that Her. Win
M. Crumley will be sent to Homo to serve
the Methodist Church iu that place the
coming year. Kev. Tom Fierce, It is
stated, will he sent ns Frssiding Elder for
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A New Yoiik correspondent of the St.
Ijouls Globe hears that it is the intention
of the stockholders to offer the editorship
of the Tribune to Schuyler Colfax, and
should ha refuse to accept, to Oder it to
noiao other prominent ltepiildicaii, and
then the paper will he put Into Die regular
Republican track. One of the stockholder*
intimates that Mr. Colfax was not likely
Gkihwold. the "Fat Contributor,'' say*
in the last number of his Saturday Night
“On# of the most welcome newspapers
among our exchanges it the Rt. Louis
Daily Globe The Globe set out us a Hist
class newspsper iu every particular, and
it has sustained that character in an ad
mlrahlo manner. There is not a liner
looking paper printed, and its columns sre
tilled with good rending. Iu Dio matter
of news it la far alieud of very many of
the so-called lirsl class dallies "
True, every word of it
The electoral vote of Georgia was cast
yesterday as follows For President, Gral*
Drown, six, Greeley, Duos, ('bailee .1.
Jenkins, of Georgia, two. For Vico-Fits
ident, GraU Brown, five A. H. (\>h|Ultt,
of Georgia, five . N P. Hanks, oue. That
of Pennsylvania and Virginia for Grant
and Wilson M arylan 1 imniiliuoiis lor
Congress U moving alow Yesterday
the Senate elected Anthony, President
pro tern, and adjourned The House is
considering Washington affairs
The Commissioner of Internal Hevenue,
Mr. Douglass, appeared before tlie Ways
aud Meant Committee, pressing the new
bill of the Commissioner for the abolition
of the system ol' assessors aud imposing
the duties on tho collector* The Secre
tary of tho Treasury was also present iu
the same business. The indications are
that tho bill will be reported by Die com
mitte and |>assed by tbe House
Mr. Greeley's funcial wasUie event of
the day in New York yesterday The
funeral oration was delivered by Mr
Beecbsr He said no out dies whose death is
not momentous. Of ail who have passed
sway, aot oue lias gono for a long time
who will carry with hiui so much rever
ence, so much liouor, so much devotion.
Kev. Dr. Chapin followed in a abort ad
dress, in which ho aoid , as a pastor and
a personal friend, ho could aot now
attempt to depict the worth and greatness
of tbe departed Journalist All these trib
utes to-day testify to the recognition of Die
virtue* of this great and good man. The
President of the naiiou joins in Ibis trib
ute to the patriot and the man Mr. Chapin
took eccaaioa to urge Mr. Greeley's view*
of chriellaanty, who lived on the essential
truths of Christianity ; laid on them his
weary head and weary heart, aud died,
weary with the turmoil of Hfe. The Kev
erend speaker recognized in Mr. Greeley
a proof of immortality. He looked from
me troubles of the surging world to the
peace of the grave, where tbe wicked
coast from troubling and Die weary ai
at rest' 1
Affair* iu tbe French Assembly aie
still unsettled. It is expected that tbe
committee of thirty. to be elected by the
Assembly to-day, nod whose duty it will
b* to draft a law rrgulatlog public power*
aud prescribing tbe conditions of ministe
rial responsibility, will consist of sixteen
monarchists and fourteen Republicans.
The party of the Right has rejected a
proposition for even a partial icuewr,) of
the Assembly by appeal to the people A
meeting of the parly of tbe Left will be held
to-day, at which, after a powerful spaocb
by Gambetta, m advocacy of the dissolu-
Uou of the Assembly, measure* to that
end will be absolutely insisted upon.
MKV. M. IVATHh *||S I>
It will bo observed, by reference ‘ tin
oublisbed appointments of the North
Georgia Conference of Die M L Church
Mouth, which adjourned in, seven days'
-cssion in Atlanta yesterday, that Kev Dr.
Hicks lias been transferred from Die Mouth
ern to the Northern Conference of tin- S<-i’<•
and from Die Fiist sireel Church. M.ioou,
to Ht. John's, Augusta The / rolem
editor of Dio Kntbiii'uike belisvm lie hut
echoes the voice of the parishouers of Dr.
Hicks, and of the entire community ol
Macon iu expressions of regret at this
announcement, ilia work here for the
i wo years just drawing to a close lias boon
important, not only to Ids immediate
' Imrgc and to Ida Church, but to C|,n and
anity at large. An affectionate bond his
grown up imtwcen himself and the tw in
beraliip and congregation of First strtci
which will not bo severed by bin removal,
hut their beat wislicc and fervent prayci -
will follow him to Ids new field of labor,
and whithersoever, in tho Providence > t
God lie may hereafter lie called in the
vice of a common Master.
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mt iivs cm ■ ti.
Whilst other [tortious of the Mlun uic
putting-forth claims for the presiding "111
Odra In the two Holmes of out Logislaii.'i
ul its coming session, and we are ieNiii"
them he heard through tbe columns ol
Die Enteiu'iiihe, wo wish it to hi- Ulllll-i
stood wo do not yield tbe field to Dc.iii
The name of MuJ. O. A. liacon, of lliis
city, bos been honorably mentioned in th.i
connection, and we arc certain no I > iui
selection could lie made Mnj
a gentleman of decided ability, anil i. add
honor Die position.
Tltk New York Herald preposes a pic*-s
fund for the benefit of Mr. Greeley i chil
dren—s-5 from dailies, and flu from
weeklies, and heads tho lint with sl.uud
This early movement, even if then- be
nerd for charity towards tlia surviving
members of Mr Greeley's family, is in
had taste, to say the least of it. But that
such a movement is needful is not only
not probable, but unite Improbable, u il
is generally well known 1 hut they-are lie
yond wont, in a pecuniary point of view
No objection, however, can exist to the
Herald indulging in a kindly feel
ing in the premises. Instead of iis
sending its check fur the hem-lit of those
who Nlnud in no need of it dimity, h i it
do with il as Mr. Girt ley would, were ha
alive givg il to the poor and needy, sur
rounding its own doors, and stalking Die
street* of the great ciljr, at noon day iu
this inclement \\ inter season.
ST A T if N i:\VS.
The Municipal election passed oil peuc
obly. Tlie regular Democratic ticket,
Col K. T. Huge, an able member of Die
last legislature, is a candidate tin Speaker
at the approaching session,
*in Vilnius Ii:
The CeHtrui Kuilrtmd and Hanking
Company bus declared a dividend of live
per cent , payable as soon ns certsiu seen
lilies held by Die Company cull be dis
posed of,duo notice of which will he given
The Central lias been exlending Dio tSuulli
we item Railroad ami Inis incurred other
expenses in pushing forward iuiprovincuts
In other directions, and this lute probably
absorbed its enruiliga, which have him
quite largo during the past vein ii is
very likely that the Directors think i: Ii
ter to postpone for a few weeks the pay
incut Of the dividend than Input ti nr
securities in Dm mniket at the pics, ~i
time. Ho any* Die News of yesterday.
"Several Citizens," indignantly com
plnin af the cruel treatment of a Spanish
boy by a policeman. John I’oiice, a youth
about fourteen years of age, and ussistant
steward on Die balk Hainboyiiiiii. >vho
could not understand English Hr left
tbe vessel and weld to the pump on llm
uard street, a abort distauee from and
williiu sight of the vessel, and commenced
rinsing bis dish-cloth in the trough (')
While thus engaged, a policeman by the
name of Mctjua.ie came up. ami impured
of him wlmt lie was doing. Die boy
only looked at Dio officer and shook hie
bead. Tbe policeman, getting no satis
factory response, seized the boy mid duelled
him to tlie ground, culling bis head
veiely. The hoy was carried bleeding to
lha bar lack" The tcalimouy of reliable
gentlemen, witnesses of ibis set, was ah
ruptly cut short by bis liouor. and tbe
boy dismissed upon paying cos the
IMilicemau being lima sustained in his out
Captain George K. McMillan, formerly
commander of the City l’oldt, which lu
relinquished on accouut of failing health,
last Saturday died on board the steamer
Dictator. He was returning from Florida,
whither he had goue to recuperate his en
fee bled constitution, and was within two
hours, run of Saraunah, at the moment oi
his death His wife was awaiting him at
th landing. Her heart, joyous at the
thought of welcoming her husband, was
turned to mourning.
The Republican says lion 1’ M Ru*
sell is spoken of very earnestly by Ids nu
mcruus friends in connection with tin
Democratic candidature for the Mat oraliiy
of Savanunh at tbeappioacblng municipal
election. Phillip has tong been a wheel
horse in the party, and now well deserves
to become a leader.
Messrs C. Green. Son A Co.,cleared on
the 3d for Barcelona the Spanish barks
Samboya and Angelita. with cargoes re
■pvctlvely of 37it hale* uplaud cotton val
ued at |77.35G 38, and st>s bales uplanJ
valued at ♦ifi.iMO 70.
The Chronicle of the -till records a tire
in that city, originating iuajuuk shop m
a block abutting Reynolds Street, owned
by Judge Robert*.>n It says —lt rapidly
swept through the range, which was smo
on fire from one end to the other. A i
large story ami halt wooden building on
Rryuolds Stieel. next lieiow the range,
then caught on tire, a* did also a wooden
stable and several out buildings of the j
premises of I)r K W Darker fhe fire
proof stable of the Southern Lxpr, ss Com
psnv next above, rested the attacks of i
the fiames and saved the dwe ling Ik
tween it and Washington street. Loss large
but extent not fully known
The Grand Jury of Auguste are after
• lie gamblers.
Tbe Democratic ticket had no opposi- '
lion in the Municipal election in August*
The Greenwood and Augusta Railroad
wu* duty organized in Augusta on the 3d.
by the election of tbe following officers
President, Maj Geo T. Jackson; Di
rectors Georgia. Hon. Cbss. Estes. Hon
John P King, Mr John M. Clark ami
Mr It H May. South Carolina, Gen. P.
II Bradley, Gen M. C. Hutler, Messrs. M
K Blake, W. K Bradley, Jas, A. Talbert
and M 8 Parks.
The people are almost wholly taken up
in th< -how business, amt the Sheriff lias
o little to do that two chicken thieves had
to even go to his house to surrender—not
men, but owls, this time.
The Sun publishes an account of a party
of eight gentlemen who left Columbus
twenty days ago for a hunting expedition
in Florida. The party killed and secured
live hears, fifteen deer, teu ducks, eighty
tiv< tpiirrels, one crane, oneul.igator, aud
i a iiriit ,7n. pounds of eat flsit and bream,
one po'-um and five parroqueta. Deer
are represented to be very plentiful iutliut
Du Hick s Baunksviu.k Lkctube.—
i l,ia . •ntleman delivered a lecluro in Die
interests of Die M. E C. 8 at this plnce
last Tut' lay evening. The lia'l was
i ronded with il,e bcuuly and intelligence
ol the cily. The luliject, "moral great
iii-v the true aim,” gave the gifted *[ieuker
i line o|i|mrtunily lo vindicate his claims
I lo ripe -eholarablp. He discussed the
! jreni ihenie seriously, aud from a religious
! -land point Ilia introduction was bril
: handy sublime His picture of life's
voting morn vividly char and life like,
lie maintained that it was not egotism tu
appreciate one's seif. No man could ap
ple, into Olliers who liud no correct knowl
edge of his own Sowers. Moral consci
oiisnc properly educated, was the key to
I sut ci-' Achievement not the inlallihle
(cat of true greatness, but effort. It was
no argument against the position ussuiucd
that noA.ne iiHained the liigli position
dcaeribed A man might as well say that
there was no such country as China, be
cause lie Imil neither sees it nor a man
who had, as to say that moral greatness
was unattainable Gave some individual
iustuiiees of its possible possession-furnish
*,| from history sacred and profane, ancient
nml modern, und closed with an earnest
appeal to Die young to aim high, Binke
their mark an elevated one, imitate the
spear of grass, Die leaf, the flower, the
bird, who ever pointed upward in their
growth and devclopement Such is a hrii f
sj uopsls of the lecture. It muat b heard
to l>* appreciated — Patriot 4th.
■ - 7— — _ • —-wo-
Democratic and Liberal Republican
W. A. 11l FI .
Hal'd. 3rd Hard.
Tuns 1 Con nek. Jour W. Buuke,
Ha won Cautek, E. J. sJohnston,
D. M. Dl KKETT, CIIRISTOPHKK Bl KKK,
Und •Ward. 4th Ward.
John (i Dbite, J. J. Cornell,
Iv CItOCKETT. (fEOKUK BURDK K,
Bkuj. BranicK, B. J. Liohtkoot.
I mu ii c uxiidatc for re-election to the ofßei*
*f l t\ Kctfiver of Bibb county at the
du tion iu January. K. A. Benson.
Hie fri'inla of James Mahtin announce him
as a timiidate for Sheritl of Bibb conntv, suh
! ■! u- \ > i vlkhlvV nomination, nov*Js-td.
i ll' Ii it inis of K M Caliiocn announce
liimi-v it i iimlidatc for Ordinary of Bibb couuty,
ub - t to tho nomination of the Democratic
Tin ( ills of I*at Crown announce him na
a < -indld it* for the oflice of Sheriff of Bibb
i conntv noviWtde.
The friends #f Wahiunoton Poe, Sr., re
ppctfullv announce Ida name aa a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the lumiinafUn of the Dvinocratic party.
I be fricnila of ThadecsQ. Holt, Jr., rca
pcctfull} uejfcat him aa u suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb county—subject to a Dein
ocratic nomination td
1 be fi l tula of C. T. Ward announce him as
a . undulate for re election to the oflice of Ordi
TI e name of K H. Cain, U hereby presented
U> the Heimn'ratic and liberal party, as a can
dbUtR for Tai f'olMor. Mr. Cain is an old
citi/mi, and, ut one time was collector of taxes
Hi- o lends hope that his elaims will be kind
l.v considered, knowing that be will do his
duty, if choacn. td.
The many tlricnda of Milo 8. Freeman un
nounce him as a candidate for County Treas
A F. (linaox isannontieed aa a candidate for
County l'rt ii urcr, subject to the Deinocratic
nomination. nov 14 td.
tEt) F Cheery i anuounoed as acandidati
for SSiierifl of Bibb county, subject to the l>em
oormtie nomination. rvovld td
Wr the voters of Bibb couxty announce
Ku. (Kv>>s os a candldatt' for Sheriff, sub
jeet to the nomination of the Deinocratic
P*rt\ • noTIS-tf
O. F Finney is a candidate for Tax Recoiv
er of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. norlStf
Tl.f frit nds vf Maj John A McMani san
noum-ehiin as a candidate for re-election as
t lc: k of Couucil of tbe city of Macon.
Tim friends of Chss. J Williamson hereby
I announo him as a candidate for re-election to
• tv 1 tun ! J !f
The undersigned announces himself &s a
i andldatc for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
1 Faux Court t.
is of W T Nat son sum
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb couu
tv, subject to the Democratic nomination.
1 hereby aunounoe myself s candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention.
1- tf B_D Rainkv.
A", -r :• - sted solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our dutv to
b ■ t-lit our it Uow citixens in every manner pos
-1!-’., w, have concluded to annoance ourself a
car, date for the House, sign and ornamental
painting, subject to nothing bot greenbacks or
cfi> scrip, Slid pledge ourself if elected to do our
hr- for oi. 'j\ and not go back on eur const!
Windham A Cos
1 : dor BpoU wood Hotel, Macon, Ga.
SE VV Al> V ERTISEM OTS
ANY and all person* wlalilng to engage in
DM* with tlielr good gun*, will confer
with No. H, Cotton A venue, for tile 110 colored
picture. Ticket* (‘>o) $1 each. decs-4t.
ON' Sunday hint, a fur cape, Tho finder will
he rulittbly icwarded by leaving the tame
at this office. dec 4 8t
r PIIR Suttac l ibers to the Steam Fire Engine
1 for Ocinulgce Fire Company, No. 2, are
respectfully notified that F. A. Shoneman l
authoriz' and hr the company to collect all money
subscribed for the above purpose.
dec 4 It Foreman.
_ ATTENTION j
Youhr America Fire Cos., No. 3.
\ TTEND your regular monthly meeting
/ V THURSDAY night at 7% o’clock. It is
important that every member should attend.
By order I). I). CRAIG, Foreman.
B W. Smith, fecc’y.
Telegraph copy de4it
I No 5, II Bam, sl6 00
1 So 6, II Bam 30 00
1 No. 7. H. Bum, 58 00
ft Pony Power, 35 00
ft Buckeye Cultivator, 48 00
I Buckeye Grain Drill, 68 00
I Cotton Seed Linte 55 00
Cotton deed Hullerp ouch 35 00
Diamond Mills, Pumps, Ladders, Wajron
Bodies, Cotton planters, Cultivators, Bee
Hives, etc , #tc , below cost, at
VV. w. PAKKEK’M
Old stand, Holllngworth Block.
(HAS A. ELLS. YV. W. LANKY'.
ELLS & LANEY
(SUCCESSORS TO W. P. CAKLOS.)
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Staple and Fancy Hrecertes,
MULBERRY STBKT, MACON, GA.
AGF.NTB for the Maeon Ice Manufacturing
Company, wholesale and retail dealer* in
tine Cigars. Tobacco and Liquors.
Bar and Saloon upstairs, constantly supplied
with all the luxuries of the season.
As will be seen from the above, Messrs. Ells
<fe Lancy have purchased my stock, and that
they will continue the business at the old
stand. I cordially recommend the new firm
to the public They are gentlemen of large
experience and a thorough knowledge of the
business, and I hooc the patronage so liberally
bestowed on me will be extended them.
WM. P. CARLOS.
Macon, Ga., Dec. 3, 18TJ. deciWit.
Mr. T. K. Turnbull respectfully announces the
appeurance of the World-Renowned
IN TWO I.IMM) CONCERTS,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER
7th ami oth.
JUS* iiIftAZELLA KIDGWAY,
JIH. J. IV. PATTISON.
Admission $1; Reserved Seats 50c. extra —to
be obtained on and after December 2d ut Brown
and; Co.’s Book Btore.
Concert will commence at 8 o’clock
The rand I’iuno used at theso Concerts is
from the celebrated manufactory of Messrs
Wm Knabe tt Cos., of Baltimore nov3o-8t
J. Holmes & Cos.,
!>o. S‘2 Third Street.
JQO BBI.S. TENNESSEE APPLES,
SO tibia. POTATOES.
Also one car load of choice, select
RUST PROOF NUIiO OATH,
Superior to anything of tbe kind ever before
offered in this market. Give us a call.
Orru* Macon ani> Western R. R. Cos., i
Macon, Ga , Nov 30, 1873 f
The annual meeting of Stockholders of the
Macon ami Western Railroad Company, for tlm
election of President and Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and any other business that
may be brought before them will be held at the
office of the Company in this city on Tuesday
the 7th dav of January next at 10 o'clock a. m
MI 1,0 8. FREEMAN,
novSO-td Secretary and Treasurer.
To Tai Payers of Bill County!
1 GIVE notice that the Tax Books for col
lectin# the State and County Taxes for
187 U will cKe on the 7th day of December. I
hope all will note this and pay their taxes, as I
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give any
longer time. This notice is final. I can’t be
itapouaible for any one's tax after that time.
All poll taxes ami rotd taxes are required from
both white and colored.
novl4 tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
r |MIK Books for the ivgistration of voters for
1 the city eleetion will be opened on the first
day of October and close at Two o’clock p. m.,
on December 13, IS7J.
scpSO td J. A. McMANCS, Clerk.
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
1 YEBPECTFULI.Y tender his professional
IV services to the eltixcns of Macon and vi
cinity, Office at Drug Stor* No. S Brown
House Block. Residence at Rev. Samuel Boy
kin's. Georgia avenue. Calls left at either
place will receive prompt attention, oclfftf
HAS removed to Boardman's Block, over
Pendleton A Ross', corner Mulberrv and
Second sts., Macon, Ga
_ r.ovT era. j
A COMPLETE Brass Band. Organ and !
Music Box is offered for raffle There I
art fifty chances at >5 a chance. The organ j
plays thirty six tunes To be raffled si soon
a chances aie made up. Call at B. Loirec :
thal's saloon and take a chance.
I Qll BOXES, Sound and Cheap,
Just being reeeivud by
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.
BAGS CHEAP COFFEE, just in
SEY.MOL TINSLEY & CO.’S
TJULK MEATS AND LARD, at lowest rnar
-13 ket prices,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY * CO.’S
~ CAR LOADS—NEW BRANDS & CHEAP,
' Sepiir, Tinsley & Cos.
SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
■fTTILt. f*e Bold at Public Outcry, at the
V\ Town of Milm ron the Macon ct West*
cm Bailroud, ail the
\V at of the Railroad Wood dhed, containing
one to four acre* each.
dale to commence on Friday, the 6tli day of
December next, ut 10 o’clock, a. ,m
Terms :—One half cash and one half on the
Ist day ol June, 1873.
A. J. WHITE, President.
GEO. V. DOGE. ALEX. 11. STEHHENb
HOCE & STEPHENS,
(EAST FIIONT HOLLINQSWORTII BLOCK),
HAVE just opened a full and complete
Fancy and Family Groceries,
Fresh, pure, genuine, entirely new, and war
ranted to suit the taste of every oue. 'The as
sortment comprises everything rcqiiired in such
a house. The llnest brands of Flour, Meal—
the best New York Hams, Sugar, Coffee. Syrup,
Cooking Wines, Butter—the best brands of
Goshen a specialty—Cheese, Fruits, native and
Tropical, together with a complete line of Nuts,
Candies, Candies, Pickles and other articles for
the retail trade.
Fresh Fish and Oysters every morning. Also
Vegatables o various kinds.
\Te propose, in a word, to supply our friends
and the public generally with every tiling nice
required at reasonable rates.
HOOE & STEPHENS.
N. B —All goods delivered free of charge.
DAY board and board and lodging in a pri
vate house, can be had by applying to
W. I>. Rainey on Walnut street," Macon.
Sept. 13, I STS 137-163,
3 YIN GTO N HO TEL.
r pHIS HOTEL niuUo second to none in
JL 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 night* being
remarkable cool and pleasant
The best Water in Georgia.
3. W. BYINGTON,
JNO. It. W££M&
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE ON Sn STREET OVER
■- w. RANDAI/N NTOttF,.
IX Bl ILDING LOTS on Windsor Hill.
O Will sell all, or as many as desired The
lots adjoin Dr. Cox’s on tlie top of the hill.
The prettiest location out. Apply to
nov37-4t So. 8 Cottox Avenue.
Building Lot ForfSale.
SITUATED near Tatnall Square, within a
few steps of Mercer University.
Address E. C.,'Box K„
98tf Macon, Ga.
ANOTHER CAR LOAD
CHASTER OAK STOVES
H ST RECEIVED
TRUMAN & GREEN'S,
Sign of the Golden “Charter Oak ”
'V'OTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUB
- TIC EOF TuE PEACE I can be found
for the present at all boars of the dav at my
office adjoining the law office of A Pmudfit,
over the store of Jaques A Johnson. Third St.,
Macon, Ga, to atteud to all Magisterial busi
PER MONTH by the t ear in advance
Two nice noms, best locality Id the j
city for Dentist or Millinery business Apply
at this office, or No 8 Cotton Avenue. 1
Epizooty!! Epizooty !!
Tta Eagle Floerii Mills,
HAVING prepared a pooling and healthful
food for the
*re now offering it In any quantities.
Also an admirable article of
PLAIN KOI TED REAL
ANo nil Giadcs of FLOUR,
-Ml of which can be obtained by leaving or
ders at W. A Huff’s, eymour, Tinsley &Cos ,
D. Good A -on*’. Small, Gamble it Beck’s,
La" ton & Bates’ or at the Eagle Mills.
noiiOdw W J. LAWTON & CO.
mm * KIRTLAWD
NO. 3 COTTON AVENUE & 6G THIRD STREET,
J_JA\ h just received another full supply of LacQei* line white Kid Rot-ton 800/s.
Ladies’ Fine White Pattern Lace Boots,
LADIES FINE WHITE KID AND BATTEKN SLIPPERS.
Also a full line of
Misses & Children’s Dress Shoes
OF EVEP.Y COLOR, SIZE AND STYLE.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Boots, Gaiters, Lace Shoes, Etc.,
FOR GENTLEMEN’S WEAR.
Constantly replenished with all the LATEST STYLE! I .
LADIES WHITE KID BOWS AND BOWS AND ROSETTES, of every description.
GENTS’ OVER GAITERS, ETC,, ETC.
Call and examine,
MIX & KIRTLAND.
W* A* HUFF'S
Cim, Bacm ii Flour Eiprii
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn. Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OP DIXIE,”
Tho Bestlin the Worlds Always on Hand.
1 claim superior facilities in the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOOR, 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 parties.
W. A. RUPP.
IN anticipation of the approach of the
Christmas Holiday*, we have a large utoth
of new and fresh goods for the retailers, hotel,
and families; such as
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPI.Rs
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
GRAPES, PEARS und PINE APPj.ES,
(TO BE HEHK IN TIME,)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, SHERRY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
Plenty Gilt Edge Butt' r, Georgia Cane syrup,
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultnnna, Seedless amt
l.ondon Layer Raisins, Currants, Citron
lb lines, New Figs, Nuts, Domestic, Fancy
and French Candies, Pic-kies, Prunes, Jelliii*
Chestnuts, Oranges ami Apples.
Must be sold to close consignment, it hint to
the wise etc., at
novls-lm GREEK, LAKE A CO.