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No. 10 HolliuirswortU Ul"k.
AU toller* relating tngnhicrlptt'ii .hmilill.' al
denmd l Una, Hum .fc Smith, Moron, (in.
liimniunicalion* Jar the pa] mi nhonhl Im
Arrant to thr JCdUor. IF* cannot underlain
return refuted communication*. WM nnlhinti
oated new* item*, from aU part* of the State, *•■
Macon, Dec. 7, WW-
Ttiara will lia a meeting of >U Dumo
cratlc Party on Tea<lay, I)e< < rtil>tr 17tli
•t tba City Hall, at 11 o’clock, A M , for
tfca parpoa# of natniniiting county officers
▲ full attendant* u i tlia party i carju-Mly
By. *rJer iff, ttie Lxncutiyf .Vv.>V uil *f‘ e -
T. Hahiieman, .In..
MO I XII UF.OKUIA COal’lin
►' • •■-* '• V !**
Thia body ia atilt in Seaaioi/ A thomaa
▼ilia. The proceedings of the 12th have
been published Iter. AM. Wynn and
It. I>. Williams were alectwl Truftees o(
the Fund of Special Itelicf, to fill vacan
ciea. The examination of the characters
•f the ministers was continued, and all
At the calling of the names of J. lilakcly
Smith, C. A Crowell and C. It. Jewett,
who ware reported to have died during
tho year, appropriate remarks were made
by Iter H. Anthony, A. M. Wynn and
K. B. Lester.
The names of the worn out or superan
nated praaclicrs were called, and their
Itev L. C. I’cck was placed on the list
of superauuated preachers, in consequent''
Tim ri.M iiov a t i t kwai.
As all expected, Mayor Hull' is rc
elected He had no opposition at the pull -
having overcome tliut in the primary con
teat for his nomination before the penph
with whom he is deaervedly populai in
deed invincihle. He is known ns a live
man and a just man, ami hence hi
strength with all classes Ilis official ca
reer in the term Just clotting. is approved.
His future will be equally efficient
The new Hoard of Aldermen is com
posed of gentlemen of clmrm ter, vv 1 1 '> i 1
undoubtedly study the welfare of the city
in tho discharge of their doth
Atlanta tor Hale From an adver
liseiueut in the Sun, of Bundaj , occtipj in.e
some eighteen column* ol that paper,
signed by the City Marshall, we judge the
whole city of Atlanta is about to he sold
for taxes. Notwithstanding Atlanta Is a
last place, and becoming widely known for
the enterprise of its people, it is a matter t.f
doubt, in these degenerate days, whethei
the city Is worth ttie taxes Imposed, aftci
it mortgages aud other luius are paid.
Kmisiunt* from lU*ly mo arriving in
great nunlxn la New York Their i|>
Itraraucc and conduct excite suspicion
that they are of tha brigand type. A
special meeting of the Commlssionere ot
Kmigrallou are to address Secretary Fi-k
ou the •abject. The Conalil (icneial in
sure* the authorities that they left their
country wltli paanport*. and that they an
not criminals. hut poor people seeking to
belter their condition " In the land of tin
free and the home of the brave '
A late Washington dispatch say ?- Mr
Kred I’. Stanton has applied to the Home
Committee of Ways aud Means for perrnls
siott to appear before them to re argue tin
subject of refunding the cotton tax. Mr
Stanton is counael for the claimants, apd
baa already argued the matter before a sub
committee He now wishes to appeal In
fare the whole committee. This subject
is expected to come up this session before
Congress, but all Southern claims will be
bitterly and persistently resisted hy the
Sew England members
The great English chancery suit ot
Tornley vs. Chaae hairs, involving an es
tate of |sJ.iMtl.ooo sterling, or about |Jt
000,000, which has been iu the Loudon
courts for the last thirty years, has been
decided iu favor of Chase heirs, w ho num
ber about one hundred. Mr It. P, Chase,
of Louisville, received intelligence f la
good fortune while watching the turning
of the wheel lu the late Louisville lottery
Chow nan — The KhTHfIIHX is crowd
td to-day with State news, from thesis
board to the mountains, carefully collated
from th local prom, of the latest dates
and given to our readers iu mix ai . c c! I h*
poeaibililii'* of a morning paper
Gkn. tiKo, I’. Hahmison. of Auburn
Ala., a native of Savannah. < di .. ts in
Tbs people af the United State. smoked
laal year I,3SSUNG,tfOO cigars at a cost of
♦ 135.224.tHt0 Including suutf, chewing
tobacco, a-e . the expenditure was ♦250,-
000.000 During tiro sameUme ♦200,000,
000 were expended for flour.
Lifted —Since old llassil Davie. was
caught stealing a lot of calico tmui one of
our merchauts, bis presence on the Ur and
Jury has been dispensed w ith, and it is
fair to presume that body lias purged her
self They may depose the old sinner
but they can't euppress him lie II come
to the surface at the next election, as a
candidate for for tbc Legislaters, and lie'll
be elected, to*, if the tort Hrowdet box
and No. 1 ars counted —J&lfbsni TV *..*
BwtUHATies —We understand Uiat the
Hteamer New Jacbaon. which passed up
tbs rivor on Monday last. ws filled to
overflewing with emigrants for Texas
They were taken sa board along the L'lint
and CUaUahoachee rivers from Hainhi idg.
to Neal's Landing Our friend. Hob list is.
says he has the promise of the ap}K>intnieiit
of “ Fool Killer ” for this section, and he
will put • stop to this umigraiiou move
meat as soon as he gels his commission
BlaMy -Vine* J4rt.
STA T E NEWS.
The* Kepuhlipau, of Malm-lay records
the previous ' we days as the coldest of the
season, The extant of the eohl may le
Conceived when the hugs fountain in the
I‘urk wAs frozen over hard during Thurs
day night, and the larger portion of it
standing there at one o'clock Friday
A two story double tenement building
at the comer of Ann and Joachim streets,
occupied by Andrew Flataly and Patrick
Hums, wus damaged (250 worth by Ore
Savannah has had the honor of a prize
light for (/5, and a sailor boarding housS
on the Bay the scene of the conflict.
A meeting of the members of the Bar of
Hie Fifth Ciicult wus held on Friday, to
suit aide tributes of, respect to mem
’iiertt BciWascd since the last meeting of the
Court, viz Hon. Linton Stephan), Win.
.UohghVHk Auti j- J- Fope, Ksq.
The Savannah Sabre'Club hare com
pleted their arrangements lor a tourna
ment and bull, on Thursday night, Janua
ry 2d, and tho tournament <m the 3d and
llh. The Augusta Sabre Club is expected
Tho News says :
Mr. I’. W. Meldrlw was on Friday ad
mitted to practice in the United States
A few Sundays since, Wade Collins, a
colored bar keeper, disposed of a drink of
liquor to a liberal patron of his palutial
"ttloou, for which the Itecorder entered up
against the violutor of the Habbuth law a
tine of (100 or its equivalent—thirty days
A sleeping car was badly damaged on
the Atlantic uud Gulf Hoad on Thursday,
uni the trains thrown oat ol schedule, by
the Jacksonville train running otf the
Tho Advertiser of Sunday says
Itev Hr. Evans, who recently resigned
the pustornte of Trinity Methodist Kpisco
pal Church, on Ml James Mqunrn, departed
front Hii city on the Centra! railroad
'min yesterday morning lor Augusta
\iu ii the imines s|K>kcu of in connection
,iili the vacancy of Trinity pulpit are,
Itev J S Ivey, of Columbus, Her A M
\\ inn <■: Amciicus , nnd Her. Mr Branch,
Dr llariiH-hi delivered his second lec
ture on Modern Spiritualism in Auruatn
hi Friday night before a full and Intelli
gent audience His first lecture treated
..I wlmt tho lecturer termed “l’ysica! Phe
nomena " that last night was intended
to explain "Mental Phenomena.” The
Church says the discourse was intensely
nun tine and solved many problems
which have hitherto puzzled the bruins
and bullied the skill of so many people.
A bold case of robery occured in the
tijiMT pail oj tho city Friday morning. A
col a- I iiian named lteyinond Huructl
u. nt into a store kept by Mrs. Catherine
Dalis mid bought a loaf of bread. He
produced a live dollar hill however, he
ictaiinil and demutidcd his change. Mrs.
Davis tendered him four dollars and
seventy live cents, nnd uakd for the five
(lolliu hill. Instead of giving it, he took
llie change forcible away from her, throw
ing inn against a barrel, and left the store
He was ai rested.
ticorgc Hancock, charged before the U.
s Court at Havnunah with passing coun
terfeit money, was arrested in Augusta on
Friday, having lied from Ids bondsmen.
Saturday was divorce day" in the Supe
rior Court lu Augusta, on which two cases
wi ic disposed of to the joy of four hearts.
The Chronicle of .Sunday says
Several young men bunting near Lex
ini'ton Depot, ou the Athens Branch, stum
bled upon a man lurking near the track
and, believing him to bean escaped convict
from the penitentiary, called to him to
halt, and still running, fired upon him and
mortally wounded him. We learn he is
since dead. *
lhe ticoigian says Vacation lias lie
gun at the College, aud must of the stu
dents have left for their homes.
An illustrative of the great growth 'of
Atlirn*. almost every lioum in the city has
been already engaged for next year, both
dwelling anil business.
There W a man by the name of Arasmus
C Wright, living in Walton county, about
forty years of age, that lias been blind
ever since he was about six years old,
thirl can make, with his own hands, as
good a wagon or buggy, or any kind of
coopery, such as wash tubs, beer stands,
etc as anybody in the county.
Cox ington :
The Ektkri'MßE says Ou the morn
ing of tiro 11th Inst , the ground in this
vicinity w as carpeted with an inch or so of
tlio bontifUl snow," which presented tire
appl i ance of another Northern invasion of
our Bunny South.
Scarlet fever has made its appearance
in Covington, aud in one ease it lias ter
Tin >’-in says it regards Mr. Stephens
is I eminently xh.. Ds-ot Ursula the State
for United States Senator, aud ...g* •• why
m.r ml him there ?"
Scow fell to the depth of two inches in
C.-vington on Tuesday night last, but did
not remain long.
Tl e I lines says the cars have readied
\\ ! i -tun ;. h. and Carroltou holies soon
locio y i Daily mail. That paper makes
anoe . ; ihe following ministerial charges
in that place
Hex \\ C Dunlap will lie pastor of
the Methodist Church, vice Revs Jo*
Chamber* who goes to F&irburu . and
Hex and 1‘ Shaffer will be pastor of the
Baptist Church, vice Kcv. U. W. Colquitt
who go* to Heard county.
Kcv Wiu. Dimmock of the Presbyte
rian Church aud Hex A C. Borden of
the Christian Church, will continue in
The Telegraph notes the improver! con
dition of the planting Interest in that re
gion. It says
Air abundant harvest has been garnered
and many who were involved in debt can
pay out many who had corn and meat
to buy. now have plenty and to spare, and
many who were overburdened with debt
and high taxation, will be euabled with
tm-ir line cotton crops to liquidate their
outstanding iudcbtedneea, improve their
homesteads, and start for the future on a
more solid l>asls The town is alto im
,'lr Ben K Bussell, editor of the Dem
in ist was married to Miss Ora Cunning
ham. id ike residence of Mr. Sutton Trtr- j
lock near that city, on the 4th instant i
The death of Mr. liumell it subeequenUy j
Tho Itepuhlh an, of tl|c Mill, says The
appearance of our city uud the air of busi
nes which seems to liuvc taken the place
of the exsrctne dullness, occasioned by the
sleet and rain of the first part of the week
is bright and encouraging to day. Mayor
French’s proclamation suspending tho or
dinance in regard to the dray license, un
til the epizoodie runs it- course, had a
most desirable ejfect, and brought out sev
eral wagons and teams, which did the
hauling for our merchants, aud relieved
our depot of a large amount of freight that
The Jefferson News aud Farmer, of the
Snow and sleet fell here Tuesday night
last, to the thickness of about on inch.
The epixooty prevails extensively
throughout tho county now. Wo have
heard of one or two deaths front it.
The Appeal of the Mtb Im- the follow
The Bond Committee of the Legislature
reported in favor of declaring null the
endorsement of the State on the bonds
of tho Brunswick and Albany Uailroad,
only because tbe Hoad win not comple
ted, and the bonds issued irregularly.
Now the holders of those bonds propose
to comply witli the original act, und tlior
ouglily complete the Hoad, on Hie condi
tion Hint Georgia will declare her endorse
ment valid and binding And will she
not do so * We do not see how she can
do less, at least, so long as she respects
her endorsement of the bonds of other
railroads which have not done more than
the bond holders of this road now propose
Our people should not forget that the
large portion of the bonds of the Bruns
wick and Albany Uailroad are held by
foreigners wlio aie Innocent holders, mid
should protect them on the proposition
they now innkr The road will lie com
pleted, the people paid, and near (2,000,-
000 more money expended in Hie State.
Let the Legislature entertain their equita
ble proposition, say wc
The Episcopal congregation have per
manently secured the services of the llev.
Clias. Hitter, as pastor of that church.
This congregation is also making strenu
ous efforts to erect an elegant new church
edifice, with good prospects of success
May success attend their efforts.
Tho Journal records tho on the
6th, of Maj Lewis Graves, one of its
oldest and most highly' respected citizens.
He was born on the loth ol August 1703,
in Carroll county, North Carolina. He
moved to that county in tho fall of M 2' 1 ,
where he lived up to the time of his death.
The Jury in the trial < I Milton Malone,
charged with the murder of young Frank
Fhillips, returned a verdict ol guilty at a
late hour Saturday night. A motion will
be made for anew trial.
Dr. Pomeroy, whose injury, by falling
down stairs, has been noticed, died of his
injuries at 3 o’clock, yesterday morning.
He was one of the oldest citizens of At
lunta and was a practitioner of the Honio -
opatliic school. lie was much esteemed
by those who knew hint.
December I I.
L. C' Liimiir, Congressman elect from
Mississippi, xviis stricken xvitlr paralysis to
day. Dr. Garnett thinks lie w ill recover
New Orleans dispatches say the militia
surrendered the arsenal and stores to Gen
W. H. Huiith, U. 8. A. Tiro offleers re
tained their side arms, which were per
sonal property. This is the result of the
inflexible dutenniiinlion of the authorities
in Washington to sustain the Piuchbuck
John G. Nicolay, of Illinois, President
Lincoln's private Secretary. Inis been
chosen by the Judges of the l nited States
Supreme Court Marshal of that hotly, iu
plae'e of Col. Parsons resigned.
The Commercial Convention, in session
iu St. Louis, have adopted a resolution
favoring the canal to the Tennessee and
Cooaa rivers. ISenj. Crane, of Atlanta is
Colfax, it is said, vvitl resign the Vice
Presidency on the Ist of January, and us
aume the Editorial chair of the Tribuuo.
The storms and freshets on the English
and French coasts are destructive of Ille
av well as shipping, and of property on
shore. Tire steamer Chiirente, plying be
tween Hull aud Dunkirk, lias been
wrecked, anil fourteen lives were lost
Seven wer* lost from the ship Kailnugoro,
from Quebec for lliglibridge The Loire
has overflowed its banks aud the adjacent
country, and the lower [parts of Nantes
are Hooded. The Custom house anil all
business houses iu the vicinity are closed.
Further and great destruction is appre
hended. The railways in the vicinity are
covered with water and travel is inter
rupted. A purl of the city of Lille is
flooded and übutuloued Many factories
are closed, bridges washed and crops in
the adjacent country destroyed
Both Alabama legislatures met at noon
on Saluda) tor the compromise suggested
hy the Attorney General
Tint Votu of Florida —Reed, the
Governor of Florida, gave certificates of
election to tin Grant ami Wilson electors
and they .ast the electoral vote of the
Stale for then principals Hut the State
vote has not yet been canvassed. The
board of canvassers have bx'.-u iu session
during the present week, but at last ac
count* had not finished counting the votes
The return* of two ounties. Brevard and
Manatee, had not arrived up to Tuesday
The Democrat* look upon the whole af
fair as a piece of trickery to count Hart iu
as Governor aud to count a Senator out,
Uiu* securing a Radical majority in that
body— Sara •. n.i.'i AJcrrt.srr UfA.
VxLI.XBLS DISCOX KRT IS HOWARD
Covnty.—Considerable excitement lias
been create.) in Fayette, Missouri, by the
unexpected success of the boring experi
ments of the Boonslick Mining and Salt
Manufacturing company A fexx days ago
Uie company, in boring near the railroad
depot, near the town, struck a vein, or
reservoir, of brine which lloxx> with such
force as to carry it forty feet above tire
surface The brine is said to las of eqml
strong! Ii with that of Kanaxvaha Sr Lou I*
In KnglaiHl sixty six widowers marry
and only twenty-one widows in Belgium
forty-eight widowers anti sixteen widows,
and in France the ratia is fx>rtv to twelve.
As to the age. at w hich pi rsons are mar
ried. young men from fifteen to txventy
usually marry girls some years their
senior , meu over twenty marry generally
women younger than themselves After
thirty-five women almost iuvariably marry
men younger than themselves.
Having acquired the Island irfflatt Juan !
after mnch tho next
thing is to see tlmt it If properly taxaff
The Secretary of mg. Trettsuryw!®* issued
an order to Jpest ’PniffitjjCffitcg ottl
loctor, directing vm to (rent ifie Island of
San Juan as embraced!in his collection
district, and, fun Iter, to take proper iheas
surcs to see that the revenue laws'are
It is very evident tliut If the Forty
second Congress refuses a general amnesty
the Forty-third will not grant it. In this
present House there is a majority in favor
<,t such a step, hut the requisite two-thirds
are lacking ; in the next, a proscriptive
two-thirds Is already assured.— World.
A baby having given too long aud too
loud vent to her emotions at one of Johu
Owens’ recent performances, the actor
stepped to the footlights and informed the
audience that “unless the play was stopped
the baby could not go on ” — N. Y, Herald.
A NNOUNCEM ENTS.
Tub friends of 11k. ALnEHT B. Boss an
nounce him as a candidate lor Clerk Superior
Court, subject to the Democratic nomination.
The many friends of Morgan G. Clark,
hereby announce him as a suitable candidate
for Tax Receiver of Bibb county, subject to the
The friends of Joseph Wilbouknc announce
him as a suitable candidate for the office of
County Treasurer of Bibb county, dec!) td
I am a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election In .January. K. A. Benson.
The friends of James Martin announce him
ns a candidate for SUcrifl of Bibb county, sub
ject to every body’s nomination, nov2s-td.
The friends of E M. Calhoun announce
him as a candidate for Ordinary of Bibb couuty,
subject to the nomination of the Democratic
The friends of Pat Crown announce him as
a candidate fur the office 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 tlie nomination of the Democratic party.
The friends of Thadeus G. Hoi,t, Jit., rcs
poctfully suggest him as a suitable candidate
for Ordinary of Bibb county—subject to a Dem
ocratic nomination. td
The friends of C. T. Ward announce him as
a candidate for re-election to the office of Ordi
The name of R. 11. Cain, is hereby presented
to the Democratic and liberal party, as a can
didate for Tax Collector. Mr. Cain is an old
citizen, and, at one time was collector of taxes’
His friends hope that his claims will be kind
ly considered, knowing that he will do his
duty, if chosen. td.
The many firiends of Milo 8. Freeman an
nounce him as a candidate for County Treas
A. F. Gihson is announced as a candidate for
Couuty Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
nomination. nov. 14 td.
(•eo. F. Cheeky is announced as a candidate
for Sheriff of Bibb couuty, subject to the Dem
ocratic nomination. novlil td
Was the voters of Bibb county announce
Ell (iross as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject to the nomination of the Democratic
(). P. Finney is a candidate for Tax Beech
er of Bibb County, subject to the nomination
of the Democratic Party. novßltf
The undersigned announces him>clf as* a
candidate for Treasurer for Bibb county, sub
ject to the Democratic nomination.
novPJtf Felix Couput.
The frieiula 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.
novlvJ tf . 8. 1). Rainey.
After repeated solicitations from friends and
mature deliberation, feeling it to be our duty to
benefit our felloxx'-cHtr.ens in every manner pos
-iblc, xvc 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
beet for ourutf, and not go back on our court:
Incuts. Windham A Cos.
I'nderlyjiot.-wood lintel. Macon, i hi.
NOTICE IS IIEKEBY GIVEN THAT
DR, W. W. FOBD
IS CIK ONLY LICENSEE FOR THE
t'SK OF RUBBER AS A BASE
iu Macon, Georgia. All persons are hereby
cautioned against purchasing Rubber Dental
Plates of any parties not Licensed of this Com
pany, as by so doing they render themselves
c'liially liable to prosecution for infringement.
A reward will be paid for Information that will
lead to the conviction of any parties of unlawful
Use of onr Patents. JOwIAH BACON,
Tri as Good rear Dental Vulcanite Cos.
Boston, /Ax-. 1, 1873. decll-lm
M Avon's Office, Macon, December 10,1873.
IN addition to the usual Inconvenience which
has been suffered by the public from tire
1 'iv,M.„f tlu> horse disease, wo now see a
complete condition of our railroads
and the almost total susjh-uslou of all commer
cial tmsinees lu our city for mere lack ot, t roe t
transportation. This unusual state of atliitn
suagests the want of some immediate relief,
both to the railroads and the merchant. 1 pon
consultation, therefore, with the railroad nii-
Ihorities amt the different dray companies in
the city. I hereby give notice to'anv and all per
sons iu the adjoining counties, that they are in
vited aud requested to bring tn their ox-teams
and assist ns in the dray work of onr city for
Uie next two or three xveeks, at the end of
xx liieh time we hope to be able to resume the
horse and mule labor.
Parties bringing their oxen to the cltv xvill
ho allowed to u-c them in the draxage of all
-ods FREE OF LICENSE. It is believed that
twenty to thirty teams eould find constant
work here for. several xlavs, at good paving
dee 1 1 tf W. A. HUFF. Mayor.
Ofvii k Macon xno Wxstekx R. K. Cos., I
Macon, Ga.. N,-. :'a), 1-72. (
The annual meeting of Stockholder* of the
Via on and Western Railroad Company, for the
election of President aad Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and any other business that
may be brought before them will beheld at the
Office of the Company in this city on Tuesday
the 7th day of Januarx next af lOVclock a. X!
Mll-O 8 FREEMAN.
no\Ao 1.1 hc.-retary and Ttvas'urer.
JNO. It. YVEEUN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON Sd STREET OVER
I- W. HAHOkl.g STOKE.
WE have now in Spec ONE II N
DKED ANI) FIFTV Barrels very choice
New Crop Georgia Mvrup. Retail dealers
will do well to cull on ns wo can afford
to sell it much less than tb New York or
New Orleans Syrup.
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
150 BOXES JL * T ueceived ’
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY <t Co.’S
JAQ TIERCES NEW LARD.
Seynionr, Tinsley & Cos.
Hotels, Retailers ail Families.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
OUR stock is not the largest in the world,
but we have enough to supply all who
want good goods, good weights, good prices,
and good men to wait on then), such ns
And little. Pistols and Caps (all must be mkl to
go out of town).
100 libls. Northern and Western Apples.
2o Boxes and bbls. Florida Sweet Oranges.
BT>Bbls., buckets nd t-nns Mince Meat.
150 Boxes and kegs Grapes.
22 Boxes California Pears.
10 Casks and quarter ou- ks Muscat, Angeli
ca, Sh ary, and White \Vm; , from California.
One small cask of that ten year old Jainaea
75 Barrels and half barrels Pure Rye and
Corn Whisky, (with the shuck in it).
25 Bbls., kegs and demijohns of Pure Bran
dies, (tin and Wines.
125,000 Imported und Domestic Cigars.
150 Boxes Drums A: Caddies’
Virginia and North Carolina Tobacco,
The time has corn- , and we mean t-• 11. A
hint to the wise, etc.
GRF.KR, LAKE & CO.,
dccl4-tf Corner Cherry and Third streets.
FOB THE MASQUERADE
OPERA KIDS or any other style at > cents
per pair, at
M BSBAUM DAN NFNBP id S,
dec!:?-1 vv. 70 Third street
V LOT of live hundred dozen lirst quality
KID CLOVES, all colors and all -izes at
the low price of seventy five cent." per pair.
At NTSSBAUM A DANNENBURG’B
dec 18-1 w 70 Third street.
Go and see for Yourself!
IT' INE fat Tennessee beef, choice Tennessee
1 pork and mutton, pork sausage, blood and
liver pudding, Kosher sausage, also spareribs
and backbones. J. 11. KING & BRO.
decP> ;3tcod. Meat Market, Cot .on Av.
CAL W.UiXKR’S MINSTRELS,
J. H. IIAVEItLY, Manager.
riLL liau the honor of appearing before
V> the citizens of this city in a series of
their Soiree de Ethlope, introducing each en
tertainment entire change of programme, hav
ing many popular and talented artists, among
CAL WAGNER, SAM PRICE,
BEN BROWN, JOHNNY BO<)KER,
BONO AND DANCE ARTISTS.
(iHEAT CALIFORNIA QUART TIE,
Welling Brothers and J. W. Freeth.
Mr. Prod, Wilson,
The Great and Wonderful Character Actor
and Original Grecian Statues, withVmc UR
CHESTRa and BRASS BAND.
Prices as Usual. Doors open at 7;
commencing at S. Reserved seats an sale ut
Brown’s Book Store. diet lo :5t
wedxesda r evexixg. December is, ira
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON!
Jilt. SOL SMITH IttSSELL
Would respectfully announce his Elastic
lii tlu* personation of a variety of Odd Charac
ters forminghianew Monoiosnle Kntorta .iment,
assisted by Mr Lam French, Pianist
U.-nal price of adi us-i u Reserved eoats to
be obtained at Brown A: Bookstoi.. with
out extra clnuye. For particulars guv posters,
prur Amnios, etc. M. A. WATSON,
devil-tf Business Manager.
HAS removed to Boanlman’s Block, over
Pendleton A corner Molbcrry and
Second Ms , Macon, Gx
OIX BUILDING LOTS on Wiads-r Hill,
o Will sell all, or as many a# desired. Ti e
lets adjoin Dr. Cox * on the top of the hilL
The prettiest location out. Apply to
nov27-4t No. t> COTTos Avg-rrr
Guernsey, Bartrum & Hendrix.
DIULERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
MOULDING, G|| I FIB HARDWARE,
BRACKETS, E 1 ' K ~~H. CARPENTERS'
"""Lei me oJi
J3AGUSTEHS, NEWEXj POSTS,
AND ALL KINDS OF TURNINGS.
1A< yrOllY-DIXIE WORKS,
\Viiierooui*--Blnkes’ Block Poplin- Street, Macon, Gn.
11 - i-1 1 in ni 1 _______
W* As HVTT*S
Con, Bacon ni Flit Bonin
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour,
. Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOUR,
“TIE PBIDE OF DIXIE,”
T"P‘. VfYi i -. 1. World, Alwayfi oa Hand.
I <-‘l.iiiu superior facilities i the purchase of
CORN, BACON, FLOUR, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC,,
And T will make it to the interest of Mer ’units and Planters to call on me with their MONEY
I '!’ (, <>(>!> PAPER. Reasonable time given to all good parties.
W. A, HUFF.
CROP OF 1872.
Clover ami Brass Seeds.
. SAPLING CLOVER.
BLI h GLASS,
HUNT, RANKIN' A LAMAR.
_D || -I'<o -2 and 84 Cherry Street
EDW ARD SPRINZ.
N'OTAR Y I TtLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUS
TICE OF THE PEACE. I can be found
for the present at all hours of the dav at my
office adjoin in.- the law office of A. Proud tit.
over the store 4 Jaquea t Johnson. Third St !
Macon, Ga., to attend to all M.ieisterial busi
FOR THE MUMS.
GO AT ONCE AND SELECT FROM THE
WELL FILLED COUNTERS OF
PENDLETON & ROSS
A SUPPLY OF ARTICLES FOR
they have on hand a large
AND SELECT STOCK OF
gift hooks, albums, desk
gold DENS, WORK BOXES.
GLOVE anil HANDKER
CHROMOS, WALL BRACKETS, SLIP
PER CASES, WALL POCKETS,
BUILDING and ALPHABET
BLOCKS, TOY BOOKS,
AND EVERYTHING SUITABLE Foil
HOLIDAY - PRESENTS !
CALI. AND EXAMINE BEFORE PUR
Merchants wishing a supply of
INK and oilier STATIONERY,
will find it to their advantage to examine
NrTPP.ICES AS LOW AS ANYBODY'S.**-:
PENiE LETOV * BOSS,
Successors to J. M. Boar dm in'
dee 10 5*34
To Tai Payers of Bill) My.
T GIVF. notice that tin- Tav Book* f" r 1 ,
A lectinrr the State and Countv Taxes fo
1-72 w ill close on the 7th day of December,
hope all will note this aud j>ay their taxes. -
have to settle on the loth and cannot gi' e a "'
longer time This notice is final. leant -
responsible for anT one's tax after that bin
All poll taxes and road taxes are required Ir
troth white asd oolored. _
novld-tf F. M. HEATH, T. C.