*A„ pm:. •. uti,
vuwjmub itirt rviraraa wv
LINES. WINO 4 SMITH.
Slo. 10 ItolMngs worth Block.
AM Mhri rgfahog to Snhtcriptiun th<M be ml
Aemmd It Limn, Wing At Smith, i/itaen, (it.
OmmtmttmHmn for On paper mhtmld It <id
ifi mil to the JUUar, We oonnot mtlrrtakt to
rthtm njtcitd oemmwnWwflon* HoU mxthenii
emtmd nM Korns, _fmix all parti of Ihe State, to-
Mm. Fkank J. Berhinutoh la our only
tnihoi ittd City Agent, anil lie is duly em
powerwd to mollclt work for tin* office, mid
•übwcrlption* to the Entp.hi’kisis.
Mi Chari.e# L. Mize, book and ncwa
dealet. la onr aatborlzod agent in Dawson,
J. L Tdceer Id oar ualhorized agent at
Mr. W. 8. DbidRICK, Houtbern Express
Company Office. 1* our authorized Agent
I. N. Sbtmouk, of Hying tou# Hotel,
U our authorized Agent at Griffin.
W. WATKIS lilt Its, lldilor.
A bill went through the lower House
of Congraa* yesterday to admit building
material tnto Boston free and then took up
the bill for the ten sloops of war. Mr
Archer, a member of the nural committee,
advocated the bill as a matter of necessity,
the navy of the United Slates being now
In arottou and ruinous condition. Ha ad
mitted that there was nothing to be feared
from the great powers, but the people
whom It was desired to impress with the
greatness of this country were the acini
•ivlllzed nation of the world. It svns fur
that object more than any other that
these vessels were required.
Various amendments, snob as requiring
half the number to be built in private
shipyards requiring plans and estimates
to he reported to Congress and an appro
priation made before the work is com
wauced, to modify the provision in regnrd
to guns, so as to make it read not exceed
ing ten gttns, reducing the number of ves
sels to lie coustiucted from ten to six.
wore agreed to, end the bill passnd
Mr. Pomeroy introduced a bill to pro
hibit tbs sal.-, or manufacture, or Inqioria
tiou of intoxicating liquors in the District
of Columbia or In the Territories.
Morrill, of Vermont, cut 1 up a hill on
the endowment or national college it ml
npek* am 11.
In the Senate yesterday Mr. Caineiou
£eve unlive that he would call tip at un
aterty day the bill In relHtion to French
The Preeideut ha* sent in the nomina
tion of Ward Hunt aa a Juatice of the
Supreme Court, aad J L. Orr, of South
Carolina, aa Minister to Kiissia
Colonel Frebel, Commissioner of Oeor
gie. for the improvement of the navigation
of the Ohio river end ite tributaries, is In
Waablagton, and will interview the Prea
ldent on Batnrday. The Commissioners
ft oen twenty other Htaiee ore daily expected
end n forum) will be held at an
The legislative trouble* lu Alabama
have been adjourned to Washington.
Committees representing the two hodiae
are now in that city. The President liae
referred them to the Attorney General,
who will give fall attention in every Hint
ter presented but he will not rendei any
opinion, or tube any other notion therein.
The fined delennlnation u! the Govern
ment is not to on ter fere in the condition of
political alibi re In Alabama, unlcs some
thing abould arise under the Constitution
of the United States, which shall render
nee—ary the Intervention of Federal
A Shirs between the two bodies in
Montgomery, are in abeyaucc.
The steamer Urey Kagle, of the
ieville and Henderson line, on the Ohio
rivor, has been sunk. Value, #<15.000
She wee insured in I<ouis\l!le for #lO,-
In the Freaeb Assembly yesterday, the
committee of thirty proposed by Minister
Dufhvre, were duly elected. It consleis
of the committee, as formed by the
Aammbly, 19 deputies from the Might
repreaentating 3dl votas. and eleven depu
Uvea from the left, representing 5.13 votes
What cuuraa the Government will lake
under the circumstance* it at this time
A special telfgmu from I.oudou yes
lordny. aaya (be reaction above detailed
ricites the liveliest action and apprehen
sion in Parts, where lighting is expected
The greatest excitement prevails at
Chiselkurst. The Marshal Mac Mahon con
rrola an Amy. but will act only in obe- f
dience to I lie AMrmblv. and not to 1
Ueiwi i*accap*tioi] is certain if bght
Cinwpiaiwue has in colly passed be
iweaa MNBarek and Napoleon.
Geras*n reoceopation will reatilt iu tbe
Rev. Dr. Height, of New York, b.u been
alecMli RMtop of tbe Protestant Episcopal
CbdrclkSw Use Diocese of kUaMchusett*.
vice Bishop Eaalburn decerned.
Tbe Newbrypart Ma-sachu*," is -;.u
work* exploded ye*terd*v Seven were
infiMltT killed and many injur*'
■' ■<* —
Ft** PTATK PejxT**.—We e that the
name at Mr. J. H. Estill, of the Savannah
kb or, mg New*, has )>eru tnaalinrted iu
coaneeiinu with the above office There
i* no paiwoa. in our opinion, with al! due
Oefbreoce to the at he; candidates. Iwtter
titled /or the position snd the dtorbaige of
it* manifold duties than tbe energetic pro
prietor' of the Morning News A (borough
printer, enterprising and reliable, :a hi*
hands the work would be executed in the
beet style and promptly. We hope hi*
claim* will he duly considered by the
V ATIOV A I. HAVKN.
Ouf National Banking system hss Its
Irieuds and Us ensmies Whatever may
be said of Its defects, os compared wltb
any system heretofore In vogue in this
couutry, it is an Improvement. Tbc old
safety fund system of New Turk, sujier
seded by tbs Free Banking Iv.v of ti.ul
Hlate. worked welt for the people The
present National system however is tbs
outgrowth of this latter, greatly elab
orated end improved. In reading the
recent reports, on the National system we
arc not a little gratified to observe to few
failures, and so little loss attending its
We find ouly twenty-one banks, organ
ized in eleven different States, with an
aggregate capital $4,236,100, have failed
since its organization in 1803. The total
circulation of these hanks was $_’,942,703,
of which $2.4 )1,430 has been redeemed in
full, leaving a balance still outstanding of
$501,363, which will also be redeemed
upon presentation to the Treasurer of the
United States, from the avails of United
States bonds held as security for that pur
pose. Of these hanks, live have been
finally closed (two during the past year),
having paid dividends to their creditors
During the year pust six failures are
reported Of these, the Union Square
National Bank, New York , tiro Fourth
National Bunk, Fhiladr Iphia and the
Waverly National Bank, New York, have
puld their creditors in fhll—a settlement,
it is believed, without n precedent in the
history of Bunking in America Tire
Eighth National Bunk, New York, has
paid a dividend of 50 per cent . the Ocean
National Hank, New York, n dividend of
70 per cent, and the receivers of tire
Ocean National Bunk, and of the First
Nationul Bank of Fort Smith. Ark . esti
mate that the creditors of both these hanks
will ultimately receive a dividend of 100
cents on the dollar.
The Venanago National Bank of Frank
lilt, I’eun . the Merchant*’ National Bank
of Washington, D. (’ , the First National
Bank of Selma. Ala., and the First National
Bank of New Orleans, were United State*
depositories. The final dividend in favor
of the creditors of the First National
Bunk of Vicksburg lias been unexpectedly
delayed by the recent presentation of a
claim of the United States for money *1
leged to have been been illegally deposited
by tbe Collector of Internal Revenue of
Ural district, in the year IKGB Since that
time no losses have occurred to the Gov
ernment by deposits made in the national
bnnks, although many millions of dollara
have been continually on deposit with
bnnks which are designated as daposlto
ries The three first named bnnks. at tbe
time of their failure, had a large amount
of Government funds on drqrosit.
Wkii.yan Female Coli.kok.—For
want of space ive are compelled to leave
out to-day Dr. Myers appeal for additional
will fur this time honored and most worthy
institution. We will print the aptp'al to
It is known to our citizens generally,
that greut improvident* nro going forward
at the college, both in tbe building* and
upon tbe extensive grounds. Wltcu the
plans adopted am fully carried aut nod
finished, tbe college and ground* will pre
sent a moat beautiful appearance. Money
is now needed to go on. The citizens of
Mseou will nut let au appeal for aid past
unheeded from the Waaleyun College ' un
institution that has, for ninny years
given aid, < huracter uad attraction to our
city. Dr. Myers lies appointed Messrs. H
I. Jewett, J. W. Burke, E. Winsbip and
C. A, Nutting,—a committee to reeieva
lunds and subscription.
'rnK LATENT FI! AT.
The latest feat in journalism is to steal
(lie press dispatches and then boast of it
ns a smart game. This llie Atlanta Her
ald, an insignificant journal of Hie lower
aide of civilization, seems to glory iu
The Rome Commercial ha* this to <y
to tho point
We have to enter our unqualified con
demnation of tiro manner iu which Mr.
St. Clair-Abrams boasts that lie obtained
the press dispatclirs and thereby compelled
his adversaries to sell them to him at hi*
own price. For a cool piece of effrontery
Ibis boast surpasses anything we have
ever read of.
A man exploits Hi# properly of another
to compel him to tell it to him at Ins own
price, and then comes before tbe public
ant) boasts of it a* a smart piece of jour
nalistic enterprise. We much mistake the
lone and temper of the Southern press, if
it does not at one voice condemn mis act
of Mr. St. Clair-Abram* as disreputable to
the profession and deserving the graven
Dnrrixc.i isn*t> Divines —lilsliop tb-o
I> Cummins of Hie Episcopal Diocese, of
Kentucky, aud Bishop Enoch M. Marvin,
of the Methodist Church South, will
pleach in Macon next .Sabbath Our
Church-going people will doubtless give
these lUstinguisexl oflioer* in the realm
ecclesiastic*, a generous and a w arui tecep
lion. They r able and attractive
preachers , —lhhU practically edneated in
the same school— namely the Methodist
Itiueraucy ; and they both reflect gu st
honor upou their noble Alt'a M.itf
Aa Mrthoditt preacher, the u w
Bihop Cummin was greatly beloved
popular, and tucoanefUl. for he gave full
proof of hit luiniatrr, and preached w ith
an eloquence aud an uaction which have
intensified in the Episcopalian Bishop
No i *i rt it evidence of the rapid grow Hi
and powerful influence of the new -paper
press of America can be given than to
contrast the journal* of to-day w ith those
of thirty years ago. Several of tbc int*
rice cities vie with those of Hu- sea board.
A day or two since the New York Herald
contained sixteen pages A copy of the
Missouri Republican is before us contain
ing twelve page*, and made up ia all iu
department* with an ability unsurpassed
IIOK ACE GKBaIiET.
In a isle num'rer of Tbe Tribune the
following poem appears, written, we
suppose from the initials, by Edmund C-
Btedmsu. It will he read with interest
■ lelorc the Hurlal.
garth, let thy softest mantle rest
3 hi* wearied child to the returning,
Whose youth was nurtured st thy breast,
Who lured thee with snob leader yearning!
He knew thy fields snd wood laud ways,
And deemed thy huiuhlesl sou hla brother: —
Asleep, bevoud our blame or praise,
W e yield him track, O gentle Mother!
Of r,raise, of blame, he drank his Mil:
Who hss not read the life long story 1
And dear we hold Ids fame, but still
The man wss dearer than his glory.
And now to u are left stone
The closet where tils shadow iiagers,
The vacant chair that wa* a throne—
'l he pen, ju-l fallen from his fingers.
Wrath changed to kindm* ou that pen;
Though dipped in gall it flowed with honey;
One Mash from out the cloud, and then
The skies with smile and jest were sunny;
Of bate he surely Isi ked Uie art,
Who made his enemy lover :
O reverend head and < hristian heart'
When* now their like ttie round world over!
He ssw tile goodness, not tho taint,
In many a poor, do nothing creature,
And gave to sinner and to saint.
But kept his faith in human nature;
Perchance lie was not worldly wise,
Yet we who noted, .lauding nearer.
Tin aehrewd, kind tv. inkle In hit eves.
For every weakness held hiu, dearer;
Alas ' tbs' unto h':m who gars
8o lunch, so til i h- should Ou givsn !
Himself stone, he might not -ave
Of sit for whom lus hand* had striven.
Plano, freedom, feme, Ids ".ink bestowid:
Men took, ami passed, and left him lonely
W’hat marvel, If beneutli tiis load,
At times he craved- for jn -tree only !
Yet lliaiiltleshness, ttie s- i jHIU’s tooth,
Ills lofty purp could not a't'-r;
Toil had no power to Ic u t Ins youth,
Or make his lusty manhood latter;
From envy's siing, from slander's dart.
That armored soul the tody slnuloed,
Till one darn sarrnw chilled ids lie-.tit.
And then lie bowed his head, and yielded
Now, now, we measure at its worth
Ttie gracious pre.'-m-e gone forever !
The wrinkled Fast, that gave him birth,
Laments with every laboring river;
Wild moan the free winds of the West
For him who gathered to tier prunes
Tin- sons of men, and bind*- e -eh crest
The haunt of happy household fairies.
And anguish sits upon the mouth
Of tier who came to know him latest;
llis heart, was ever thin*-, < i South !
He was thy truest friend, mid greatest!
lb shunned thee in th v splendid shame,
He stayed thee in thy voiceless sorrow ;
The day thou shall forget liia name.
Fair Smith, can have no sadder morrow.
The tears that fait from eyes unused, —
The hands shove Ids grave united, —
The words of men whose lips he loosed.
Whose cross he Imre, whore wrongs lie
Could lie but know, and rest with this !
Yet stay, through Death’s low lying hollow!
Ills one lust foe's insatiap- Idst
On that benignant shade would follow !
Peine! while we shroud this man of men
l.et no unhallowed Word tie spoken !
He will not answer the nguin,
ltis moii Iti is sealed, his wand is broken !
Some holler cause, some vaster trust
lteyuml tin- \ nil. In- doth inherit:
O gently. Faith, receive Ids dust,
And ft liven soothe his troubled spirit!
. C. S.
Thanks -The tiiauks of the editor are
duo to Mr. i. H Clink, who so ably and
satisfactorily conducted Hie Kntehu*!c
during tlie past ten days. Mr. Clark is
well known in journalism, and lm* occu
pied high positions on Hie best journals in
the land. Wu are sure ive speak the desire
of nil our readers wiien we express the
hope that Mr Clark may tiud it in the
line of his interests to make Macon ids
The Attorney Geueiul has decided, in
answer to a communication from the I’ost
nmster General, that postoffice officials
Imre no ri lit to open or detaiu letters or
matters transmitted through tbe postoftice.
though they may know that they contain
obscene matter. The Attorney General
adds ' Postmasters have no more au
thority to open letters, other than those
addressed to themselves, tbau any other
citizen of the United States."
Tint South Georgia Conference will
liegin its session at Tliouiasviile next
Wednesday morning, tlie 11th iust.
Bishop Enoch M Marvin will preside.
The Methodist Churches of Macon will be
supplied from this Conference.
Bisuor Enoch M. Mauvix, will preach
in this city on Suiuisy' usxt. Iu the
morning at Mulberry Street and iu the
evening si First Street Church
Tin: Municipal election at Atlanta on
Wednesday, went triumphantly for Hum
mock llie Democratic candidate.
RomiKKV. Mi kiik.u and Akson—We
are informed that Mrs Collier, tlie aged
widow of llie late Benjamin Collier, whs
brutally’ murdered lust Saturd_y night, at
her residence near Orion, Pike county,
Alabama. The house was burned after
wards to conceal Hie crime Tbe murderer
has not yet been discovered, notwithstand
ing vigilant search. Tbe crime was doubt
less committed by some one who knew or
supposed she iisd several hundred dollars
in the house. Such a report of funds was
circulated. Columbut Sun, 4tA
Con i ndiu m* —What two letters sig
nily a w ritten article N A. tesaav ) What
bird • name can he spelt w ith two letters ?
I* N. ;pen lien j What pungent pow
der can he -pelt with two letters’ K N
(cayenne.) What won!, signifying any
thing taken call be sjielt with two letters ’
C. /■ (seized 1 Why is the letter D
like * sailor ? Because it follows the C.
(tea i Why are It and D in the alpha
bet like England and Eranca * Because
there is a U (seat between them Why
is a fancied idea like tbe sea 5 Because it
is i notion -an ocean )
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, tin* had Enoch
Arden, but he didn’t come back and gaze
through the wiudow at the felicity of the
reconstructed household, and then go into
the greeu and yellow melancholy business;
not any lie kicked the new husband out,
sorted o\er the chiidrvu and tent his brats
aftrr him then, after thrashing his
wile, settled down into a peaceful and
happy bead of the faniily
Keatlur ti-overs are the latest. They
are made in Elorida. and tbe new branch
of industry promises to become very re
munerative The flower* arv made of the
beautiful plumage of the white heron,
while the leave* are taken from the paro
quet. They are already very fashionable
among Southern la.be*
A demonstrator ol tue atomic thtOfy—
An Aasplcioui Opening.
The Congreas of the United States opens
its session in * becoming spirit. In tbe
Benate, Mr Sumner, on* of tbe mo*t im
placable and perusteut foes of the South ;
a man whose public career baa been
marked by an intense sectionalism, and
whose real powers have been dwarfed by
an uncontrollable prejudice, moves that
all records and symbols of the late civil
war be stricken from the flags and banners
of the country We can but applaud the
sentiment. It is not in the obliteration of
insignia which may revive bitter recol
lections tnat this res olution is to be en
forced, but in the smothering in the heart*
of the men of the two sections the fires of
hate which have been allowed to burn
long uftcr the close of actual strife.
And in the House the resignation of
General Banks of the chairmanship of the
Committeo of foreign affairs was not re- j
It had been freely giveu out that for his
| defection to Graut and his support of Mr
j Greeley, the member from Massacliuetts
j wa to be punished by degradation.
But the llouae went farther still. It or
: dered by a uuauimous vote that a record
; should be placed upon its journals of the
j vote recieved by Mr. Greeley iu the lute
Presidential canvass, together with the ex
i pressiou of its profound grief at the loss
j the country sustained in bis death.
These are the first and frusliest garlands
cast upon the grave of the greut editor,
j They ara fruits of that spirit of peace
) which be invoked by bis candidacy, mid
his admirable conduct in tbe campaign.
They give earnest of a truce to strife, of
a feeling of fraternization, which, if culti
vated, may yet cemeut tbe broken frag
inents of a shattered Union
A body which starts in such temper can
scarcely be expected to prove harsh. Tin
dictive and punitory in its action. In the
few weeks it has to sit it will accomplish
much if it can pass to its successor the ad
mirable temper in which it approaches
the discharge of public duties.— hue
Charles As tor Bristed (“Carl Benson ")
is said to be the richest literary man in
America, his income being sixty thousand
dollars a year, but bis income bus little to
do w ith his literature
A company started in Middletown for
the manufacture of odorless rubber goods
is rapidly approaching bankruptcy, which
shows how impossible it is to make goods
; without a scent.
Henry Ward Beecher thinks that the
reason attention is falling away from the
ministry, is becuuae young preachers are
content to fossilize as soon as they have
secured cu income and a wife.
Tuky have u new way of doing it at
Cold water. If a man is arrested for drunk
enness, and can't pay bis tine, the Nulooli
keeper who sold him tbe liquor must pay
the line or be prosecuted.
Drmocratie and Liberal Republican
M. A. 11l FF.
1W Ward. 3rd Ward.
Titos. U. CoHNBU, John W. Bchkk,
Bakun Cahtbu, E. J. Johnston,
D. M. Dukiiktt, Chhistoi-iibk Bckkk,
Sad Bard. 4fA Bard.
John G. Deitz, J. J. Cokneli ,
E C'KOI'KETT. GKOKOE Bl KDICK,
Benj. Bckuick, R. J. Liuutkoot.
1 am a caiulldatc for re-election to the oilier
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election in January. R. A. Benson.
The friend* of Jams* Maktin announce him
a* a candidate for Sheriff of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody'* nomination, nov’JS-td.
The friend* of E M. Cai.uoi n announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibbcouuty,
•abject to the nomination of the Democratic
The friend* of Pat Crow n announce him aa
a candidate for the ofii.-e of Sheriff of Bibb
The friends ef Washington Poe, Sr., re
apcetfully announce hie name a* a suitable
candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county, subject
to the nomination of the Dimocrntic party.
The friend* of TbaiieusG. Holt, Jh., res
pectfully suggest him a* a 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 R H. Cain, ia hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, a* a can
didate for Tax Collector. Mr. Cain i* an old
citizen, and, at one time was collector of taxes'
His friend* hope that his claims will be kind
ly considered, kuowing that he will do hi*
duty, if chosen. td.
The many firiends of Milo S. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate for County Treas
A. F. Gibson Is annonuccd os a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. nov 14 td.
Geo. F. Chekrt is announced us acandidate
for Sheriff of Blbh county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. liovlS td
Wi: the voters of Bibb cauut>- announce
Kli. Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject to the nomination of the Democratic
0. 1“. Kinnkt is acandidate for Tux Receiv
er of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. novlStf
Tin- friends of Maj John A. M, Mam - .m
nouiicr him as a candidate ft>r re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
Ttie friends of Cuas J, Williamson hereby
announce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novlJ-tf.
Tbc undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to ttie Democratic nomination.
■; "l'-'tf Felix CoJtPCT.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him
as acandidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to the Democratic nomination.
nov IS tf.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention.
nov 12 tf S. D Rainey.
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our duty to
benefit our fellow-cltixena 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, and pledge ourself if elected to do our
Asm for ou reelf, and not go bock on eur cooati
tUeuts. W INDIA* A Cos.
Under Spots wood Hotel. Macon. Ga
J ust arrived at
J. F. BARFIEI.D & CO.'S
It Brown ilouac Block.
ANY and all persons wishing to eng ge in
tills wltti their irood guns, will confer
with No. 8, Cotton a. le, for the $lO colored
picture. Tickets (20) Vi each. dec.‘--4L
ON Sunday Ihbl, a fur cape, The finder will
be Kuhably lewarded by leaving th< *rae
at thin office. dec 4 Jit
ft No 5, If Kntn 00
I No 0, 11. Ham, :> 00
1 No. 7, 11. Ham 58 00
1 Pony Power 85 00
1 Buckeye Cultivator, 48 00
I Buckeye ti rain Drill, 08 00
ft Cotton Seed Linte 55 00
Cotton Seed Huller* each, 85 00
Diamond Mill**. Pumps, Ladders, Wagon
Bodies, Cotton planters*. Cultivators, Bee
Hives, etc , etc., below cot, at
W. W. IMRKEir*
Old Ntand, Hollingworth Block.
CHAM A. W. W. LAKEY.
ELLS <fc LANEY
(SUCCESSORS TO w. P. CARLOs.)
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Staple ami Fancy Graceiies,
MULBERRY BTRET, MACON, GA.
AGENTS for the Macon lee Manufacturing
Company, wholesale and retail dealers in
fine Cigars, Tobacco and Liquors.
Bar ami Saloon upstairs, constantly supplied
with all the luxuries of the season.
Ah will be seen from the above, Messrs. Ells
A Laney have purchased my stock, an l that
they will continue the business at the old
stand. I cordially recommend the new firm
to the public They are gentlemen of
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. 8, 1872. decß-6t.
Mr. T. U. Turnbull respectfully announces tlie
uppcarance of tlie World-Renoivnc i
Iftl TWO GRAND tOYd’I.TS,
SATIRDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER
7tli und 9th.
niSS ORAZEULA It IDO WAY,
SIGNOR FARRATII A,
yiH. J. IV. PATTISOY.
Admission $1; Reserved Seat* 50c. ex iu—to
he obtained on and after December 2d at drown
Co.’h Book Store.
Concert will commence at 8 o’clock.
Tbe Grand Piano used at these Com erte is
from the celebrated manufactory of ' cssrs.
Wm. Knahr & (Jo., of Baltimore n.*vßo-8t
J. Holmes & Cos.,
ftio. S3 Third Street.
JQQ BBLS. TENNESSEE APPLES,
50 bbls. POTATOES.
Also one ear load of choice, select
RUST PROOF BEED OATS.
Superior to anything of the kind ever before
offered in this market. Give us a call.
Office Macon and Western R. K. Cos., i
Macon, Ga., Nov. 30. 1873 (
Tic annmil meeting of Stockholders of the
Macon amt Western Railroad Company, iortlie
election of President und Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and anv other busine s tlmt
may be brought before them will be held at tlie
office of the Company in this city on Tuesday
the 7th dav of January next at 10 o’clock a. m
MILO S. FREEMAN,
novSO-td Secretary and Treasurer.
To Tax Payers of Bii Coily!
I GIVE notice that the Tax Book* for col
lecting the State and County Taxes for
will close on the 7th day of December. 1
hope all will note this and pay their taxes, as I
have to settle on the 15th and* cannot pive anv
longer time. This notice is final. I an’t be
responsible for any one’s tax after tha time.
All poll tuxes and road tuxes are required from
both white uwd colored.
novU-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.
r r , HE Books for the registration of veers for
A the city election will be opened on ic first
day of October and close at Two o’clock p. m.
on December 13, 1572.
septic td j. a. McManus, t rw.
DR. P. H. WRIGH ?
1 > ESPECTFI’LLY tender his prof -ional
IV services to the citizens of Macon id vi
cinity, Office at Drug Store No. 3 irown
House Block. Residence at Kev.Samm-1 Boy
kin’s, Georg'* avenue. Calls left at either
place will receive prompt attention. • 16tf
HAS removed to Boardman’s Block over
Pendleton <t Ross', corner Mulberry and
Second sts., Macon, Ga.
! WOOD AND COALT
I HAVE established, nearthc Macon A West
ern Railroad Depot, an ample var t with
Fairbanks' bi-st scale-1 to supply ail k nds of
Wood and Cool, iu any quantity, at the .owest
WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage is respi-eifullv
solicited. Orders left at tbe offices of Messrs.
H. L. Jewett. Greer, Lake A Cos , Tn-pia A
Ogden, through Postoffice, or at the Is-d, wiii .
have prompt attention. Come and sec
rB-WO MlL#* 8. FRBEMAN
Tie Ernie Flooring ills,
HAVING prepared a cooling and healthful
food for the
are now offering it in any quantities.
Also an admirable article of
Also PL,4I.\ DOI TED VIEAE.
Also all Griiili's of FLOI'K,
Ail of which can he obtained by leaving or
der! at W. A. Huff’*, Seymour, Tinsley A Cos ,
D. Good & Sons’, Small, Gamble <fc Beck’s,
Lawton A Bates’ or at the Eagle Mills.
u0302w W. J. LAWTON & CO.
t&XK * KtRTLAWD
NO. 3 COTTON AVENUE & B 6 THIRD STREET.
JJAVE just received another full supply of Ladies tine white Kid Botton Bools.
Ladies’ Fine White Sat tern Lace Boots,
ladies fine white kid and sattekn suppers.
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 WEAR,
Constantly replenished with all the LATEST STYLES.
LADIES WHITE KID BOWS AND BOWS AND ROSETTES, of every description.
GSNTS’ OVER GAITERS, ETC., ETC.
0.11 and examine,
MIX <fc KIRTLAND.
~~W. A. HUFF’S
Corn, Bacon aii Floor Iprii
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OF DIXIE,”
The Bestlin the Wox’ld* 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 Merchwite and Planters to cmil on mo with their MOXIY
or GOOD PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
¥. A. HTJEF.
I FUU AHEAD.
IN anticipation of the approach me
Christmas Holiday., we have .i r *
of new and freali goods for the retailer? hnt.i.
and families; such aa hotel*
EXTRA LARGE BLUSHING RED APPl.r s
PRETTY YELLOW SWEET OR
ANGES, GOOD SWEET
GRAPES, PEAKS and PINE APPLES,
(TO BB HKItK IN TIME.)
MUSCAT, ANGELICA, BHEKIIY AND
WHITE WINE FROM
! FIRE CRACKERS,
Plenty Gilt Edge Butter, Georgia Cane syrup
new Buckwheat Flour, Sultunna, Seedles* and
Loudon Layer Raiains, Currants, Citron
Prunes, New Figs, Nuts. Domestic, Fane,
and French Candies, Pickles, Prunes, Jellies
Chestuuts, Oranges and Apples.
Must be sold to close consignment, a hint to
the wise etc., at
novls-lm GREEK, LAKE A to.