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All It Iter* rehiliiof In SttheerlplUen eltOulU Is ad
tlr,'need to K l Smithy Mori "i, (in.
Cutnmun leal i'nl JortUi feifer ehuoltl he Oil
ill': oml to the Editor. H> cannot undertake to
rehtrn rejected rtninnuniratUtn*. licit nuthmli
ratal nne* Hein*, from nil jetrli of the Slate, no-
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Macon. Doc. 7, 1872.
There will be a meeting of Uie Demo
cratlc Party on Tuesday. December I7tli
at the City Hall, at 11 o'clock, A. M . for
tlio purpoaa of nominating county’ officer*
A full attendance of the party ia earnestly
By order of the Executive Committee
T. Hakdkman, ,Ih„
THE CHKIN'fIA.A HDIA.
The auuouuccmen) that Hev. Dr. Hha
aer. editor of tho Christian Index, pub
liahed in Atlanta, will retire from the
editorial conduct of that Journul in March,
in consequence of the ill support given that
paper, will be received with regret The
Baptists are strong throughout the South,
and are said to number not less than one
hundred thousand in Georgia alone The
Index is one of the ablest papers belonging
to the denomination, as it is one of the
oldest, being in its lifty llrst year Its or
iginal title was the Columbian Htur, edited
by Hev. Dr. Branlly. Hr., and the gifted
poet, Willis Gaylord Clark, and published
iu Philadelphia. It was subsequently re
moved to South Carolina, and continued
under Dr. Branlly's administration, he hav
ing been elected to tho Presidency of the
South Carolina College. The Hlur ahsoi bed
other denominational palters, and iu turn
became itself absorbed, until now the
Index ia a union of not only that paper
hut of the Southwestern Baptist, of Ala
hams, and the Christian Herald, of Ten
nessee. Bought to be liberally supported.
The Agricultural nml Mecliuulcal As
sociation of Georgia, will opcu in Savan
nah on the dm 1 1 inst, nml continue for
one week It promises to be worthy it*
object. The FNTEnrutsK acknowledges
the usual courtesies extended to the press,
through J. 11. Ksllll, Esq.. Secretary of
hi Mt ti’ti. m.iiiri'iov
To morrow tho voters of Macon eleet a
new Board of Muyor and Aldermen. .Mr.
Huff ii supported by ail partlca . hut there
nre two tickets in llie Held for Alderman,
composed of gentlemen well known to all
The intelligent voter needs no adviee a*
to his course, being governed In the Helen
lion ol candidate* by a dealr* to *ecur*
first, the heat men ; iecond, those of his
way of Blinking in polities in this latter
respect, as we understand it, there are no
differences, os politics do not enter into
the canvass. Whatever he the result,
neither Democrats nor Kadicala, as such,
cau claim a victory. The people have
the matter in their own hands. Let Mr.
llnff have a big vote
J. (la in a Hwatzk lma retired from
the editorial control of The Union, and is
succeeded by Dr. James A Humour, a
well knowu citizen ami ablu writer. The
Union under Mr. Mway/.e has been uncom
promising in its views, and lias made for
him atroug euomius and as strong friend*
In taking leave of bis readers lie says
"The ouly cousolatiou I can offer you for
the ftitur*, is that you will probably hear
from me again. from another and more
important standpoint, ere another twelve
months have pas.ad away
1 intend, now to taku a few months \a
Dbatii or Edwin Komucbt.—Tlm tele
graph anuouucra lhr •uilJrn death of Kit
win Format, at bis home in Philadelphia,
yesterday. Although Mr. Format was be
coming somewhat advanced lu years, hii
<|ualiUaa ai an >ctor were undiiumrd.
Hi light waa alill brilliunl in a profession
lie had honored In a long mid somewhat
eventful life.. The Atful fever of life rnded
he reata well.
The Drawing of the Louisville Library
ImrrsviM.R. l>ec. 7.—The drawing of
the J/Ouiaville Library Lottery look place
in Weissinger Hall this morning Every
thing being toady a blind boy drew from
the wheel number 36.503 another blind
Imy drew from the opposite wheel casu an
envelope, which a gentleman chosen from
the audience opened, and held up n paper
on w hich was printed In largo figures,
risible from all part* of the hall, $77. The
first thirty-our numbers prize* ranging
trow $75 to S7BO. The thirty-second
numlier drawn was ti, I'o >, and tlie excite
ment in the audience was immense when
the display of the prize from the opposite
wheel was made, it being the capital prize,
$75,000. No. 70,fi4<> drew sls.tHHi , No.
t>6,821 drew ft. 500: No. 40,929 drew sll.-
600; No. 28.688 drew $18,750; No. 19,-
433 drew $3,000 . No 5!>,J79 drew SO,OOO.
No 5'.t,l 11 drew $3,750 ; No. 73,042 drew
$7.500, No 33.400 drew $1,500 The
drawing closed at 6 o'clock. President
ltuiret announced that the next drawing
would come olf on April ti next, the
scheme to ( runprise 10,000 gift* 1
Au eminent French scientist claims to
nave discovered that the difficulty of
respiratiou experienced by aeronauts at
high attitude* is due, not to the mere rsri
ticatiou of the air. hut to the comparative
deficiency of oxygen supplied to tl>e blood.
He tliercforc asserts that by the simple
expedient of providing a balloon with a
reaervior of oxygen ga* for inhalation,
an assent may be made wish impunity to
far higher elevation than has hitherto lxcu
Utokkic Kicks—Never eat when
much fatigued . wail anti) rested
Never eat just before you expect to to
gage in any severe mental or physical ex
Nevtr eat while in a passion, or when
under great menial excitement, depressing
Never eat just before taking a bath o
any kind, or just before retiring at night
la Never eat beta sen regular meal*
ST AT!: NEWS.
Ha v mi mill:
Pour Shipments of coltou were cleared i
yesterday, the 11th making the t til
exports for tho 10,383 hale- valued at
s772.Uoti 05, which speaks welll for
Savannah aa a cotton port.
A negro man snatched a jiorle i ounait
containing tun dollars from tho hands o'
a young lady, whilst passing on the street.
The Advertiser says one of the moat
disagreeable, cold blustering aud rainy
days that Hitvannali has ever experienced
came yesterday Both man and beast
suffering from Its effects.
The same paper says a brilliant com
pany, composed of the elit of our city, as
sembled at Christ Church last evening to
witness the nuptials of Mr I-cwis Haskell
and Miss Hallie O. Owens, daughter of
George 8. Owens, Esq ,of this city. At
the conclusion of the ceremony, a wedding
reception was given at the residence of
(lie bride's father, when the '-Id time hoir
pitality was dispensed.
The shail season has opened in Savan
An examination of the case of Albert
Brown, colored, charged with killing Cato
Handy, colored, on Sunday Ist inst.was
held by Magistrate Hart this morning, and
A iikiivin :
Only three prisoners remain in jail
whose cases have not been disposed of.
Mra. Nannie Gwin Coster, wile of Lieu
tenant George W. Cosier. United States
Navy, nnd daughter of Admiral Alfred
Taylor, United Htutes Navy, died in Aiken,
South Carolina, on the Bth inst.
The Directors of the Georgia ifailioad
met in Augusta last Tuesday and delated
a divided of four per cent.
A meeting of the Directors of tho Com
inert ial Insurance Company was held on
the loth instant, at which n stock dividend
of three dollars per sharo was declared,
payable in January next. This is the
second dividend declared by the company
in six mouths making six per cent, on tin
par value, or twelve per cent, on the
uuitmul paid iu.
For Home reason unexplained, our
Atlanta exchaiigi • of this morning failed
to resell us to ho of use
The Hun learns that the freight trains
on the Mobile anti Girard aud Montgomery
aud Eufaulu railroads, on tho lltli wero
uimlile to take up all the cotton nt the
stations for Columbus and Montgomery,
showing that large qu mllties still remain
iu the liHiids of the planters.
The same paper says The gin house
of Mr. Woolfolk Walker, was burned yes
terday morning about dnyhieak, with
twelve hides of cotton, ginned and packed
Hie day before The establishment was on
His Bend plmi e The work of an incendiary
No insurance. This is the forty-sixth gin
house which has been reported since
George Grime, charged with murder, in
the Supreme Court, acquitted.
A bill allow ing the exchange of regis
tried bonds into aoupou bonds passed the
House Holders to pay expense Also a
bill allow ing soldiers and sailois in the
late war to enter land . also the pension
hill, appropriating $31,500,000.
Sicnatb.—The hill abolishing assessors,
with some amendments, passed and goes
hack to the House.
Sam. Hard has been appointed and eon
flrtned to be postmaster at Chattanooga
J I, On was continued Minister to the
Congress adjourns the 20th to Jan. 3d.
THK AI.ABAIfA tll'DDl.K.
The Attorney General lias, with the
Approval of the President, submitted a
plan of compromise for Hie existing diffi
cullies in Alabama
To the Legislature, it suggests a leor
ganizatUm of the House, also, that votes
of the member for Harbour couuty bo
counted lu the House, with a view of set
tling whoever Is found to bo properly
sleeted—the member to be seated during
the contest who has Holland s certificate.
It proposes a contest for Senators ami <ll*
trlcts, where disputes havo arisen. In be
srtthxl iu a similar manner, and makes
further provisions for compensation of
officers and members during a temporary
organization of the House while coutests
THE COM UK tut At, lONVKNTION,
St Lons. December 12.—Tit* National
Commercial Convention organized with
following permanent officer* Prositjpiit,
11 K Crane, of Georgia Vice President*.
Brinkley, of Maryland . Hillman, of Ohio;
Weems of Georgia , Smith, of Louisiana .
Van Wiukle. of Texas, and Plummer, of
KItUIT PKIteONS DROWNKL).
Nkxv York, December 12.—A letter
slab s the light house at Anticosta Island
has l teen destroyed by a h Union tie mid the
keeper hi* wife and six children drowned
Kky W Ist. December 12.—The steam
ship Si Louis. front New Orleans for
New York, sprung a leak on the *th. 120
mile* from Southwest bar and sunk Pas
sengors and crew saved.
Tin: roi*r w u.i. not i.kayw ttoxtt:
Hour. December 12—It is not true, a*
ha*been reported, that the Pope will leave
Route if the bill for the suppression of j
certain religious corporations, now before j
Parliament, should pass.
SAI K OF WAR Y KSSKIai.
The sale was begun at the New York
Navy Yard to day of condemned war ves
sel* The Guerrierv and the Albany were
•old for $.74,000 ami and $48,000, respect
ively. The sale will include 150,000
pound* old wrought iron, 40,000 pouuds
of cast iron. 23,000 pounds of iron shot
ballast aud 34,000 teet of white oak timtier
AFFAIR* in aOVTR CAROUKA.
Coi.CMRtA, December 12—Thedispatch
of yeatetday saying John L. Patleraon.
Senator elect, was imprisoned wa* a mis
lake He wa* arrested by Justice Kirk
on the affidavit ot Assemblyman itilitr
and immediately discharged on bail, since
which Justice Kirk ha* be*ti removed bv
a unanimous vote of the legislature, anil
Assemblyman Miller has disappeared in
consequence of a warrant being out against
hint for perjury.
SI'DDKX HEATH OF FORBEST.
Piiit.AtvEt.rniA. December 12.—Edwin
Forfeit, the tragedian, died this morning
at hi* residence on North Broad street.
He was ftHtud lying in lad. apparently suf
fering from apoplexy He hsd been exer
tiling with dumb-bell! and had rvidetiUr
nearly completed dressing, having adjust- j
ed his necktie when overpowered. He
died in about half an hour ufter being dis
covered, lie bus no immediate relatives,
liia only sister having died several years
South Georgia Conference.
Correspondence Telegraph and M- --engvr, ]
Tiiomasvii.i.k. December 11, 1872.
The Conference opened this morning at
the City Hail, with Bishop Marvin in llie
chair. Bishop Pierce is also iu attend
Bev H. 1). Clements was elected Saecre
tary, and tiie following were elected assist
ants , Hev* It. J. Corley, 11. P. Myers,
aud H. 8 Sweet
A laige number of members were ab
! seut on roll-call, but many have arrived
I during the day. Fifteen lay delegates
were iu attendance.
The usual committees were appointed
on the subject*, Public Worship,Southern
Christian Advocate and Bible Cause.
Bev Ww Bush, of the Missouri Confer
cure, was introduced by the Bishop.
Hev. F. A. Branch was elected Assist
ant Treasurer of the Missionary Society
Communications from A 11 Bedford.
Agent, Methodist Publishing Bouse of
Nashville, and from the editor and pub
■isliers of the Southern Christian Advo
cute, were read and referred to the appro
Dr Hush presented tho Claims of the
'Southern Keview with an earnest appeal
for increased patronage. He also pre
sented the claims of the St. Louis Chris
The following applications were re
celved on triul A McWilliams, Wilbur
F. Bearden, J M. Osborne, Peter S.
Twitty, John J Boring, Barnard 11. Lester.
Thu following undergraduates’ names
ware called and their characters passed
A M. Lockwood, J F Mixon, G. C.
Thompson. W. J Green, John Domingos
li. S Ivey's character passed, and lie was
discontinued at his own request.
The follow ing travelling preachers were
elected to Elder's orders D. G. Pope
and Julian H Jordan.
The following local preachers were
elected to Deacon’s orders Win. J. Sliest,
M. liaise Jutieus Gardener, I. W. Boring.
W J. Morris, Paul 11. Johnson, Elias
Davis, Ernest Crum.
The examination of Elders' characters
was taken up, aud the following names
were called and their characters passed
J O. A Clarke, J. E Evans, Geo. G. N.
McDonnel, T. I!. Lanier, J. J. Morgan,
W. T McMicliael, .1 A Hesser, N. B.
Onsley, C. C. Bines. W Sa Baker and .1.
l)r. O. S Smith was elected President
of the Missionary Board, vice J. E. Evans
Hev. Geo S. Johnson was added to
Committee on Books and Periodicals.
Hev. N. B. Ouslcy was elected Chair
man of the Joint Committee of Finance
in place of Her C. K. Jewett, deceased.
The Conference adjourned, with bene
diction by the Bishop. Jack I’lank.
The Proposed Establishment of a
Monster National Bank.
Probably the most extraordinary bill
ottered during the present session is tha'
introduced oil leave in the House, by Mr.
Wheeler, of New York, "to incorcorate the
Governor and Slanagers of the Exchequer
of the United Stales of America" —noth-
ing less than a scheme for the establish
ment of a monster national bank—a cor
poralion of far huger pioportions than has
ever existed in this country. The capital
is to be $ 100,000, 000, in shares of $ 1,00(1.
Subscriptions are payable, three-fourths in
legal tender notes and thu remainder in
gold coin. Not less than three fourths of
the eapital must at all times be held by
citizens of the United States. To insure
the formation of a corporation it is provi
ded that if after a given time the whole
capital lie not subscribed, then any national
hank now existing may subscribe, upon
the same, Die whole or any part ol its
capital, sml consolidate ami become
merged into this corporation, provided
it thereby abandons Its present organiza
tion ami winds up its present exist in s
and its owners accept, in lieu of their pre
sent shares in any such bank, shares tit
this corporation of equal value . hut no
hank now existing can exercise this priv
ilege without the concurrence and appro
val of the proprietors and of the Govorinor
and Managers of the Exchequer of the
United States It more than 100,000
shares are subscribed upon the terms
mentioned above, and w ithin the period
mentioned, then the shares shall be divided
pro tala among the subscribers. The ecu
tra) office is to be iu New York and branch
offices are to be established in Die titteeu
largest cities of the couutrv. Tint pro
prietors are to choose the managers for all
the offices Section 6 provides that the
corporation shall bo divided into two
departments—one for banking, and the
other to consist of three Commissioners
or each office, appointed respectively by
tint President the Governor, of the State,
and the managers of Die office These
Commissioners to have authority to issue
to the Hanking Department, for which
gold will be required ns security, to one
fourth Die amount of the tirst $200,000,-
00th The machinery is elaborate and
complicated The scheme is beginning
to excite considerable attention.—11 rW
k>Noi At i:ni;\t*.
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PEOPLE S TICKET.
Eor din) or,
W. .V. 11 1 1" 1\
Find tl'inf, .Nrw.,l llii.v/,
T. C Dkmcskv, P Kitzukk aid,
Amirk Avhbs, K. V BU''M vas,
•I Oil\ YaLKNTINO Jt'llN .*WIMI.EIUK*T.
Thiol Him/, Kmrlh Him/,
HaV 8* Kl ,l.ls, I, B RotVBHT*,
Jxs A Daviocu. Patrick Ksrwin,
K&waro Wooduff. \ luxtixx k.iin
( HAS J. WILLIAMSON
.1 Nt* A M MAXI S
Democratic and Liberal lit publican
h, t. iim\
t*f Him/. .ted Him/.
Tims. V. Connku, J- as VS ltriiKß,
Baron ( aktck, K J. Johnston,
1> M DI'KHRTT, ( (RISTOI’IIRK 11l KKE,
;d ll.m/. 4ri Ward.
Jons (, Deitz, ,1 J. CohneiA,
K Cao< kett, Gixiae-a Bird; k,
Benj. Bi khick. K. J. Ltt.ttTFvvoT.
Tin friends of Ma. Ai ar.RT H. Ross an
nounce him u x candidate for Clerk Superior
Court, sub i t t, the IV' -ratfc noMBi *1 oe..
Them.-> f. H-ads v . -g" piTTs'
hereby at : *.e him a* i suital it inb tate
for Tax RevWver of Bibb es untv, subjec t to the
Tin friends of Josxi'H Wii.hoi kne announce
him iw a suitable candidate for the office of
County Treasurer of Bibb county. dec9 td
1 am a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election in January. K. A. Besson.
The friends of Jxmes Mxktis announce him
as a candidate for Bhcrill of Bibb county, sub
ject to everybody’s nomination, novtHS-td.
The friends of K M. Cai.uocn announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb county,
subject to the nomination of the Democratic
Tim friends of Pat Cbowx announce him as
a candidate for ttie office of Sheriff of Bibb
The friends *,f Washington Poe, Sr., 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 Tiixdei’s G. lloi.t, Jit., 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. Wakd announce him as
a candidate for re-election to tin- office of Ordi
The name of It. 11. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, at a can
j didate for Tax Collector. Mr. Cain is an old
citizen, and, at one time was collector of taxes’
llis friends hope that his claims will tie kind
ly considered, knowing that he will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The many liriends of Mn.O 8. K keen an an
nounce him as a candidate for Comity Treas
A F. GinsON ib announced as a candidate for
County Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. nov ! 4 td.
Geo. F. Cheeky is announced as a candidate
for Sheriff of Bibb county, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. novlS td
We the voters of Bibb county announce
Eli. Gross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject' to the nomination of the Democratic
O. P. Finney is a candidate for Tax Receiv
er of Bildi County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. novl3tf
The friends of Maj. John A. Mi Mancs an
nounce him ns a candidate for re-election as
Clerk of Council of the city of Macon.
The friends of Ciias. J. Williamson hereby
announce him us a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Treasurer. novT-2-tf.
The undersigned announces himself as a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
novPJtf Felix Cokput.
The friends of W. T. Nelson announce him
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bibb coun
ty, subject to the Democratic nomination.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Sheriff of Bibb county—subject to the nomina
tion of the Democratic Convention,
novl J if 8. D. Rainey.
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to lie our duty to
hem-tit our fellow-citizen- in every manner pos
sible, we have concluded to announce ourself a
candidate for the Bouse, sign and ornamental
painting, subject to nothing but greenbacks or
city scrip, and pledge ourself if elected to do our
iV ./ for ourself, and not go back on our consti
tunits. WiNnnAM & Cos.
Undcr Spotswood Hotel, Macon, Ga.
M Avon's(iri' ice, Macon, December 10,1872.
IN addition to the usual inconvenience which
lots been sutl'ered b) the public from the
prevalence of the horse disease, we limv see a
complete blockaded condition of our railroads
and the almost total suspension of all commer
cial business in our city for mere lack of street
transportation. This unusual state of affairs
suggests the want of some immediate relief,
both to the railroads and the merchant. Upon
consultation, therefore, witti the railroad au
thorities and the different dray companies in
the city, I hereby give notice to any and all j>er
sons in the adjoining counties, that they are in
vited and requested to bring in their ox-teams
and assist, us in tin- dray work of our city for
the next two or three weeks, at the end of
which time we hope to be aide to resume the
horse and mule labor.
Parties bringing their oxen to the city will
be allowed to use them in the dray age of all
goods FREE (>l-'LICENSE. 11 is believed that
twenty to thirty teams could find constant
work here for several days, at good paying
dee! 1 tf W. A. HUFF, Mayor.
MMIE Books for the registration of voters for
I the city election will be opened on the lirst
day of October and close at Two o’clock p. m.,
on December 13, IST-’,
rejeto td J. A. McMANUS, Clerk.
Om< k Macon and Western R. K. Cos., )
Macon, Ga. , Nov. 30, 1873. \
The ail mud meeting of stockholders of the
Macon amt Western Railroad Company, for the
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 day of January next at 111 o’clock v \t
MILO 8. FREEMAN,
nov’3o td Secretary and Treasurer.
VN election will be held in the city of Mu
cou on the 14th instant for Mayor,
twelve Aldermen, a Clerk and a Treasurer. The
I-oils will be opened in the did. rent wards at
the following named places: First Ward at
I nline lbniM* No. 3, second Ward at Engine
Hou>e No. t, third Ward .>t the Court Mouse,
fourtii Ward at the City Hall. The polls will be
opened at eiidit o'clock, A. M.. anddoscat
five o'clock. IV M. The following named per
on> arc appointed managers of said electiou
in the said Wants with power to appoint
their Clerks : Ist Ward C K. Damour, J. W.
Brooks andJ. K. Hudgens. 2nd Ward, L. W
Kasdnl. A U Hess and Moses Pollock. 3rd
Ward. K. Winship, l>. E. Blount and Pulaski
O. Holt. 4th Ward, H. L. Jewett, 8. H. Ev
erett, and Henderson Dumas.
Hv order of the Mayor,
J. A Mi MANUS,
dec. 7-lw Clerk C. C.
11. MMt KA I’ll ll.’N
BAR A LAGER BEER SALOON ,
VI v**et’s old staniv.)
Opposite Mixlical College. Mulberry St.
r rillS B:i’ 'on is supplied with the best Wines,
1 Liquors and Cigars in th • market, and
-purkling 1 juji r Beer of superior quality. Free
! lunch every day from 10 to 13 o'clock and
■Atm lunches served up at any hoar in the dav
or night. Sw iss Cheese, Goose, Duck. Ham',
* i ids and anything that mav be desired for
DR. P. H. WRIGHT
-1 > EBPKCTFULLY tender hi< professional
m",’\ ;i V' tv> tlu* dtiicns of Mauon and yl
t imljy Office at Drug Store No. 3 Brown
House Block Kevidence at Rev. Sanuel boy
kin’*, Georgia avenue. Gills left at cither
place will receive prompt attention.
MISS M. A. DANIEL -
A YTOULD respeetftilly inform the lgtdies of
1 I Ms.-on ami viciuity that she ha* taken
til* at >. IO Cotton Avenue iup stairsi,
where i* i>rejwrej to do Press Makino in
the l*|r wad r..'V f(u<hioiHrbt< ftytaL, and war
rants to giviah(fe&K.’tioc. oetSl-iw
NEW AI) V LUTES KM ENTS
Go and see lor Yourself!
FINE fat Tennessee beef, choice Tennessee
pork and mutton, pork sausage, blood and
liver pudding. Kosher sausage, also spare-ribs
and backbones. J. 11. KING & BRO.
deel3-Kteod. Meat Market, Cotton Av.
FOR THE MASQUERADE
OPERA KIDS oruny oilier style H 75 eenU
per pair, at
NUBSBAUM * DAN SEN BURGS,
declS-lw. 70 Third street.
JI ST RECEIVES
A LOT of live hundred dozen lirst quality
KID GLOVES, all colors and all sizes at
the low price of seventy live cents per pair.
At NUSSBAUM oc DANNE.NBCKG’S
dec 13-lw 70 Third street.
CAL WAGNER’S MINSTRELS,
J. H. HAVERLY, Manager.
\ITII.I. have the honor of appearing before
YV the citizens of this city in a series of
their Soiree de Ethiopc, introducing each en
tertainment entire change of programme, hav
ing inauy popular and talented artists, among
CAL WAGNER, SAM PRICE,
BEN BROWN, JOHNNY BOOKER,
c t >ri ■: 1.1 a\i iiooiai:ic,
SONO AND DANCE AKTIBTS.
GHEVT CALIFORNIA QUARTETTE,
Welling Brothers and J. W. Freeth.
Mr. Froci. Wilson,
The Great and Wonderful Character Actor
and Original Grecian Statues, with fine OR
CHESTRA and BRASS BAND.
%eg~ Prices ab Usual. Doors open at 7;
commencing at 8. Reserved seats an sale at
Brown's Book Store. decl3 3t
WEDNESDA Y EVENING, DECEMBER 18,187S
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON!
Tilt. SOI. SMITH RUSSELL
Would respectfully announce his Elastic
In the personation of a variety of Odd Charac
ters forming hi new Monologue Entertainment,
assisted by Mr. Lam French, Pianist
Usual price of admission. Reserved scats to
he obtained at Brown <fe Co.'s Bookstore, with
out extra charge. For particulars see posters,
programmes, etc. M. A. WATSON,
decll-tf Business Manager.
f filled, sound or decayed, and, if de-
X sired, Flint Rock punctured and excavated
at the shortest possible notice by Morrison
Dental Hand Engine; and all other new inven
tions, both standard and humbug, used in the
most scientific and skillful manner, by
I)u. J. D. McKELLAK,
No. 62 Second street,
dee 12 6t next to J. W. Burke A: (Jo’s.
'notice to stockholders.
MACON AND WESTERN R. K. CO.. I
Tbeaslhek's Office, Macon, Dec. 11, 1872. j
VT the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
. of the Company, to be held at the office
of tin- Company in this city on Tuesday, the
7th day ol January next, the question of the
union and consolidation of this Company with
the Central Railroad and Banking Company
of Georgia, under the charter of eaiu company,
will be submitted.
MILO S. FREEMAN,
decl2 td Secretary and Treasurer.
HOGE & STEPHENS,
FANCY AND FAMILY
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
HOLLINGSWORTH BLOCK, FOVRTH
17'NTIRELY New, Fresh, Pure, Genuine and
J Warninted to suit the taste of every one.
OUR CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES
VRE now in store, and all parlies are invited
. to call and purchase anything they want.
FISH AND OYSTERS.
are receiving every morning, Cedar
?> Keys Hand-opened Oyster*, perfect!T
Fresh and Guaranteed.
I > L ACK and various other favorite kinds of
j FiIESH FISH on lmml every day.
IIOGE A STi:iIII’ \S.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
DR. W. W. FORD
IS CUR ONLY LICENSEE FOR THE
USE OF RUBBER AS A BASE
j in Macon, Georgia. All persons are hereby
cautioned against purchasing Rubber Dental
Flutes of any parties not Licensed of this Com
pany, as by so doing they render themselves
equally liable to prosecution for infringement.
A reward will be [mid for information that will
lead to the conviction of any irnrtie* of unlawful
use of our Patents. J 081 AH BACON,
Tress. Goodrear Dental Vulcanite Cos.
H slon, Dee. 1, 1873. decll-lm
HAS removed to Boardman'g Block, over
Pendleton corner Mulberry aud
Second Macon, (ia.
yO I \ BUILDING LOTS on Windsor Hill.
O Will sell all, or as many as desired. The
lots adjoin Dr Cox’s on the top of the bill.
Tlie prettiest location out Apply to
nov37-4t No. 8 Cotton Ayente.
,S,va PER MONTH by the vearln advance.
t* Two nice rooms, best locality in the j
citv for Dentist or Millinery, business! Apply i
at ’this office, or No. 8 Cotton Avenue.
Guernsey, Bartrum & Hendrix.
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
■ — __ PAINTS,
DOORS, "Is ;| jp ;j| ()||H
?. : BUILDERS SUPPLIES;) -
V, . 1. A., ji T j fe'L' ‘ljJhdK- BUILDERS’
MOULDING, j§|| H [J j Pj|] I HARDWARE,
BRACKETS, Etc. If ..I CARPENTERS’
U~ . >‘*h . TOOLS.
BAIitrSTERS, KTEW33XJ POSTS,
AND ALL KINDS OF TURNINGS.
1 ’’AC TORY-I) I XU! WORKS,
Wiit’crooms--Itlakes’ Block Poplar Street, Macon, G.
di-el 1 marl 1
w a. ttwrs
Con, Bacon id Floor Bunin
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
I Com, Bacon, Flour,
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“THE PRIDE OF DIXIE,”
Tint Best lin the World > Always oil Hand.
X claim superior facilities in the purchase of
COBH, BACON, FLOOR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
Ami 1 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. HUEE.
CROP OF 1872.
Clover and brass Seeds.
Jus l received.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR,
146- 15ti 82 and 84 Cherry Street.
V'OTARY PUBLIC and EX OFFICIO JUS-
J.N TICK OF THE PEACE. I e*n he found
for the pn-sent at *ll hours of the dv at my
office adjoining the law office of A. Proud tit,
over the store of Jaque* ,t Johnson, Third St,
Macon, Ga., to attend to all Magisterial busi
FOR HE DIMS.
GO AT ONCE AND SELECT FP.OM THE
WELL FILLED COUNTERS OF
PENDLETON & ROSS
A SUPPLY OF ARTICLES FOR
THEY HAVE ON HAND A LARGE
AND SELECT STOCK OF
GIFT BOOKS, ALBUMS, DESKS.
GOLD PENS, WORK BOXES,
GLOVE and HANDKER
CHROMOS, WALL BRACKETS, SLIP
PER CASES, WALL POCKETS,
BUILDING and ALPHABET
BLOCKS, TOY BOOKS,
I AND EVERYTHING SUITABLE FOP.
HOLIDAY - PRESENTS !
CALL AND EXAMINE BEFORE PUR
Merchants wishing a supply of
INK and other STATIONERY,
will find it to their advantage to examine
t-FTPRICES AS LOW AS ANYBODY'S.!*!
PENELETON A ROSS,
Successors to J. M. Boardman.
To Tax Payers of Bibb Comity.
I GIVE notice that the Tax Books tor col
lecting the State and County Taxes for
1873 will close on the 7th day of December. I
hope all will note this and par their taxes, as I
have to settle on the 15th and cannot give any
longer time. This notice is final. 1 can tbe
responsible for any one’s tax after that time.
All poll taxes and road taxes are required from
both white and colored.
notU-tf F. M. HEATH, T C.