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.•utei iurt> iftiu*, from a t l-ift* 'V l,u ■ • ,u
Thun jlow Weed having written a
Jettcr opposing Civil Service lieform, the
St. Louia llepublicau nayn.au nobody nuked
bin opinio*, nobody cut* vvbat be thinks,
an bit views ou that subject arc of do more
consequence than the ideas of Julius C.t
•ar on the h< rue diacasc.
TIIL leiusal of Judge Bradley, 1:0 j
l'nited State* Supitmc Court, to go to New
Oileans. on the giouud of professional
etiquette towards Judge JDurell, is likened
by the Picayune unto the charge* to fre
queully brought against doctors that while
they aie practising the etiquette of the j
tick room the patient is dying.
Atlantic liu* had the kindlier to oiler
assistance to Koine in her preteat distress,
occasioned by the Hoods, for which Home
express her gratitude, l>ut say* In r snll'cr
ng* are too insignificant to require
aid. Good In Atlanta, and plucky in Home.
A telegram to yesterday's lb raid says
“Home it all right,and happy”—as a Clam
* —— ■* •-
The Chesapeake und Ohio ltuilroud now
lacks only twenty mile* of completion,
and it is proposed to have it in running
condition by spring.
It istlie shortest line, by bn mih hi tvvi en
the Atlantic coast and Mississippi valley .
running from Hampton ltonds to llun
tington on the Ohio river
A CK>ilUi:< TION. —Wo in ro misled in a
o-mnt xtAlomeitt that tho now incumbent
of First Slrcet M K. Church la this city,
ii a brother of HUbop Fierce. The name
even is not the same, being spoiled IVnice.
Our informant being his picdeci -or, who
liiiusolf had been misinformed, will ac
count lor Ihe error. Mr. Pcarco is well
and favorably known in the North Geor
gia Conference, whence he comes, and
will no doubt fill his charge here accept
The Ficnyune thinks it u higher lino
i-iii lo livcjiliiin to die for one's country,
Uiidvi tfm.li It inis us allliet FoUsiuna at this
lime. It fears tliero is but one tribunal
left unto which an appeal cun be made
with the least hope of a decent hinting
and a calm decision—aid tlmt is the great
tntmnal f Uio American people. The
Fieaidcnt hns proven an iceberg; the
l'nited Rtnies Btiremc < ourt takes retuge
behind tcchnicalltle*, nud no oUho ii
Tint JaKVAKT MAli.lZl.Mx*. 1 111' I
leetic is to Land—welcome h* Usual. In
addition to its usual rnluable table of con
tents, it is bomilitied by two llluslration*
mi steel Her. David Livingston mid
Heatrhe de ( coco. K It IVlton, I' 1 '
Fulton street, Now York, publisher. s.'■
Harper # opens the urn in a style' tli.il
evinces gieat resource' It is fully equal
to any number that lias ever preceded it
Tbe Magazine. Weekly, and lla/ai. cub
11 —tbe three together,
Font I'Kitsoss Dnowawt.— A letter
dated Ualoesville. the 21th, to the Atlanta
Constitution, of yesterday, relates u a l
occurrence some eight miles north of
Gainesville, Hall county, on Friday last
An old gentleman, by the name of Little
ton lvlc, had gone down to the hclglibor
ing county of Hanks after his daughter,
Mrs Tapp* and her two little children, to
spend the Christmas holidays. The ram
that fedl In such torrents on Thursday
night had raised lli* water courses consid
erably. and as Mr. lvio neared his home
he had to cross Little Hirer, lira! was
spread out ou either side, and presented a
a very dangerous appearand*. Being well
acquainted with the lord, he ventured in
with his link' wagon and yoke of oxen,
but failed in his purpose, and all were
drowned. The body of the old gentleman
A lipitUAHT Wnoctxo —A spvcihl tel
• gram to the Atlanta Constitution, under
date 9f Angmrtn, 24th. details the marriage
uf Col-mcl K. W. Cole, General Supcriu
icudeut of Uw Naskvill* wod (Biatlanoogn.
uml Western and Atlantic, and Georgia
railroad*. and Miss Anna Kusscll. of that
city, which look place at Si. Johns Meth
odise church, ou Green sheet. ut 4 30
I*. >r. Itrehop MeTycire, of Nashville,
ufUci.tML The ceremony was poiformed
with the ring, and was very Impressive.
The reception at Hon, Henry i'. Hussell s.
the Unde's fatt.er, was a msguificeut and
Irriliiaat affair. The bridal present* were
numerous, select and costly. The whole
affair passed off with great tet.yt, The
bridal par ty left on a special train at S 15
o'clock that night
iljtuso nhi V JoUN>“X A 'miuillee
of MtiUcmen at Louisville, Ga., asks Gov.
Johnson for jw rmwslon to make public, a
private letter addreewsi to them about two
month# si ace by himselt on the subject of
the Senatorial election to which Ire re
plies under dale of the lib
" In that letter 1 stated l<> you that I had
no desire to lie a candidate This i> still
my feeling.. There are many others who
I understand are candidates, and earnestly
destring to be elected I do not wish hr
antagonise them, or any one of them,
from whom tha General Assembly can
make a #electton, a* able aud worthy, if
not mor* so, than I am Keoognizing.
however, the right of the Slate to require
my service*, aud the correlative duty on
my part to obey her behest, if the General
Assembly should tender me the Senn! >r
a *hip,.l should accept it."
c| > IIS!,'-' CUI INK.
1 he preamble and it solutions of n meet
ing of the colored voters of Bibb County,
held at the City Hall Monday night, were !
published in tho KaTKKPBisK Tuesday.
They certainly evince patriotic go ,and scum-.
and an intelligent comprehension of the
true and proper political relationship be
tween the two races The colored voters,
by their action referred to. pledge them- ,
selves to ignore parties in the coining
contest fur county officers, and to unite
with their white fellow citizens in the sup
port of such men for position as are quali
fied to discharge faithfully the duties im
posc-d upon them. In pursuance of such
pledge, a meeting was held on Tuesday
night, at which the following nominations
were made, viz
For Ordinary, C. T. War 1
Clerk of the Superior Cuuit. Ali l!"s
Sheriff, James Martin.
Tax Collector, W. T. Nelson.
Tax Kccciver, It. A Henson.
Treasurer, Jos. Wilboum.
Surveyor, Thus. Butler.
Coroner, Joseph Trippe.
All save two are acknowledged to ht
"pronounced Democrats,” and several of
whom are Democratic nominees. The ac
tion of the Democratic Executive Commit
tee leaves tl e track open for n scrub race
for ul 1 candidates for offices, save such us
received nominations by acclamation. It
in the opinion of some however, that in
asmucli as a part of the proceedings of the
Convention were iuipro|ier,the w hole may
properly lie disregarded This is a matter
upon which we venture no opinion from a
partizan standpoint. It is of more vital
e urern to the public that tli* offices lie
filled with h me-1 capable men thau that
their chief virtue shall consist in party
euti. money for the mere sake of success.
At the coming election, the candidates
thus fill announced, are well known and
well di erving men, several of whom
have alrcaily piovcu themselves worthy
and well qualified in trusts committed to
their hands The day of election is *p
preaching when each elector should go
forwurd und deposit his ballot in accord
ance with Id- own individual conviction
of iiliat he conceives to be for the public
good, 'i bis course will dignify the elec
tive franchise, and sooa put forever at rest
tin' vulgar clamor between classes that
h ads only to evil.
Wi. are in receipt of No. I, Vol, of The
rimes, dated New Orleans, the 21st. It
gives this an ount of itself “Born Sat
urday D rj i her 21st, at 1(1 o'clock I*. M ,
healthy mi l doing well." Thus is Illus
trative of that saying in the book of Job
”(tut of tin* carcass shall come sweetness.”
The Times con-.es out of the recently sup
pri -i N. O Times under a writ in
bankruptcy, sued out by one McKee
a ainsi Wt I. f r one thousand five bun
dle 1 i! .!ur* Although double the
amount, with costs, was proffered, under
I the proceedings before Judge Durcll the
writ w ould not he dismissed. Tho Times
on- that this ni t wns a part of the foul
euiispii aey which tliicatrns tho whole
honest portion ol that community with
ruin, as abundantly shown by the inti
mate relations of .McKee with the Cus
tomhonsu riii" Tliis blow simed not only
at the liberty ol the press hut at its very
existence, is in keepiug with the pro
gramme taiug erected in laiuiaiann.
ST AT K NEW S.
knv 1111111111 :
The News of Tuesday says
lly Some provoking perversity of the
pen. vve stated in this column yesterday
that the Central and Atlantic aad Gulf
Kailr uls would transport visiters to tho
Savannah Fair live of charge. Hy way
of correction, we will state that the Cen
tral 11 iad. Ihu Atlantic and Gulf Hoad, the
Southwestern Hoad, und the Maeon and
Western Hoad will tisnsport visitors for-
P’if fare Tho Atlsutic and Gulf ltoad
will transport all ai tides intended for rr
hi bit ion fire of charge.
This is an important correction. Savan
uah will not see all of her county cousins
under the e circumstances.
The News acknowledge* the pleasure of
a call from our Mr. Lines. (He is al home
now, pleased with his visit.j
The steamship San Salvador, which ar
rive,l Tuesday mght irom New York, re
tains having passed off Cape Lookout, II
o'ch ek v. m . on the 23rd Instant, steam
ship Huntsville, appearently disabled.
Chii-t Church was tilled last eveuing
liv a largo congregation of fashionable,
well dri '.l people, attracted thither by
the marriage ceremonies of Mias Alice
llardee. daughter of Chas S. Hanlee. of
the Kepuhlican, and Henry L. lhiekus,
one ol the truest aud best youug men Si
vaniiah eau boast of.— Adrtrtiter, 271 h.
Two i ollceiuen—Murtsugli and Strong
got to skylarking in the liarracks. after
1) o'eleik, Tuesday night, which resulted
iu the she uing of policeman McKlltgott.
it is feared fatally. As the matter will be
investigated it is not proper to come to
conclusions at present.
Three thousand seven hundred and
eighteen bales of cotton aud 1.200 white
oak stoves were exported from Savannah
for Liverpool on Tuesday, valued at f3l.">.
The Chronicle lecorvla the death of Mis
Starr, a lady well and favorably known as
a tir'-t-elass hotel proprieties* in that city
She died on the 23d.
General Wright was buried on Sunday.
Hi' funeral was very largely attended by
all class . Among the distinguished cit
. us pie-mt were Governor Charles J
I Jenkins, Bishop Governor II
Y. Johnson, General Toombs, W. Hope
Hull, 11- .General Kershaw. James Gard
uer. Esq , Judge Gould. Hon. 11 W
Hillard, Judge Gibson, Judge Hook, Judge
Twiggs and others. At the grave, the
Her. W II Clark concluded tbe impres
sive services commenced at the bouse
The Masonic Brotherhood performed tbe
tl. A r:tes of that noble orpxuiiatiou, of
which the deceased was an honored
Allan lit :
A seveu years old hoy came near Ireiug
smothered, by falling into the deep mud
of Washington slrcet, Atlanta, on Tues
day. In Decatur street, a poor horse, in
attempting to navigate, fell, and has been
left two days to wallow without help
And yet our neighbors are offering un
sought assistance to Borne !
Jasper Cook. Monroe Samples, Alonzo
Samples. Isaac Samples, Haiti-on Baker,
J. C. Hansard, Ira Hansard, J. D. Han
sard and Alvin Hunsard, all of Forsyth
county, Georgia, w ere on Tuesday brought
before United Slates Commissioner W. B.
Smith, severally charged with illicit dis
The Sun ssys it has been iny.-tciioualy
hinted that an association is being formed
for a celebration of "Twelfth Night,” in
Atlanta, similar, though on a much small
er scale, to the “Mystick K reive’' and
Mardi Gras, in New Orleans
W. 11. Johnson has n 1 the ap
j pointmentof FoM Mid-,i, <■ Col, Ho-
Dr. Harrison has concluded hi- intoest
ing course of In turcs on spiritualism. He
at least is satisfied that the physical and
mental phcuomiim <-l Spiritualism are
tracable to pur'inlly under,to<*l tint not
fully defined luw of mind and matter.
T'tie Enquirer says •* His theory of the
i (lowers and operations of the mind was
highly metaphysical and not of easy com
prehension to nidi nary intellects
Amci lcue :
Tlie municipal election look (dace on
Saturday. 11. L. French was elected
i Mayor. I’olilh < had nothing to do with it.
I.nin pkiu :
The only thing of importance recorded
in the last Independent, as having hap
pened in the tin ii ing town of Lumpkin,
is an attempt made by a mule to kill a
tree by throwing his iider against it—a
man and brother—whom he came nearer
putting an end to.
N. Y., Dec. 21th. —Barman's Museum
was burned, and only the camel und ele
phant were saved Loss variously esti
mated from $1(10,000 to $1,000,000 The
eulire block on the west side of Centre
street, between Leonard and Worth, was
burned this evening—loss estimated.
MISI EI.I.ANEOI S.
The Montgomery Advertiser warns
capitalists everywhere against the bogus
Stale bonds, tlie issue of which has been
authorized by the Court-house Legisla
ture They will never be recognized by
the State, and of course are utterly worth
The Pope seriously protested against
the lull now pending in the Italian purlin
meat for the suppression of religious cor
porations, und declared that the title to
projierty acquired by this means would
be null and void. He repeated Ids ecu
sure* of those who encroached on the
lights of tlie church, and denounced Gcr
many as the place where the pitfalls of
open violence, calumuy and ridicule were
employed to destroy the church, by men
who were ignorant of religion, and- light
to define its dogmus of allocution.
The Germania, belonging to the Allen
liue of steamers between New Orleans
aud Liverpool, is tlie vessel previously
reported wrecked South of the river
Gironde. She left Liverpool on Hie 17th.
The passengers and crew had to take to
the rigging, from which thirty persons
were washed away aud drowned The
remainder were rescued Sunday m ruing
by a French steamship
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Western Texas exports gum arabic
Camphor is a good csop iu the ever
glades of Florida.
A custom-house officer in Maine eized
one nutmeg, nnd it was sold in due form
During the month of October nearly
fi.IHH) cases of cholera occut red in Austrian
Out- hundred and flflecti criminals were
recently beheaded at Matow. China.
There are four hundred and eighty two
l’roteslanl clergymen iu I lessee Ca<*el.
hut the highest salary that any one gets is
six bundled dollars.
A young negro at Vallejo, California,
speaks four modern languages llueutly,
besides being master of Latin and Greek.
A little darkey iu Louisville drew $12.-
500 in the library concert. He says all lie
asks for is a pair of boots and a bushel of
A Philadelphia gill vvh -so arms were
lost in a railroad accident, di > s u full day s
work on a sewing niacliine, inaiiaging her
work, with lier teeth.
A New England family leeemly char
bred a freight car for sll to. and therein
mov l 4 themselves and vvordly goods safely
and comfortably to Nebraska.
California is making brandy fiom tigs
Tho liquor is very pleasaut, and after
diiuking a quail or so a man will clieer
tVlllv stand any amount of abu-e from Ids
A Buffalo hoisc doctor lias written to
Tiffany A Cos, of New Yoik, wanting to
know what “the freight on a large size - 1-
itaire diamond will be from Gotham to
Two plugs of tobacco iu Ids pocket
stopped a bullet and saved a Kentucky
man's life recently, but you will never so,'
this circumstance related am! circulated in
the form of a tract.
The lVlaware Indians live in frame
houses, wenr cut away coats and stand-up
Collars, fail in business, ami compromise
on fitly cents on the dollar, and are tting
The Oiceola lVmocra! iri.ab ' a pi, ...
ant little incident occurring to two gentle
men while out hunting They chased a
squirrel up a hollow tree, and" iu cmteiv
oring to fork him out brought down a tin
bo*, doubtless hidden tin re in no ,'m -
containing $3,000 in '‘yellow 1 " The
squirrel was paroled, while the happy
hunter* marched home humming 11, i
sleep the brave,' etc.
DIVIDEND No. 55.
TREASt'RFU'S OFFICE, ,
M.iiw A Wrsrrnx Kxu a no Uspim
VI v, ox. Gx .IN uiKt ''T. ' v
\ DIVIDEND i’T Kl\ i ' Doi.l \.'
1 Y 's r si. .!. - ’ iva and t
Ul Stxvk of ties douqse v. us i i'il oa tin
night of the .’si inst , pavuble on aud after tin
AUh day of January next, iu the carrenoy of j
Uie Tnited States ns n.nv received, or dolts, '
idated First Moitgage Bonds of tbe Central.
Southwestern and Vi non and Western Id*;’,
roads, at uinctv nv< '.Cqrents
VtlLO S. FREEMAN.
ihx .v'td Secretary and Tre.fciirvr.
A 3*01734 II HEIVTV
SlGeo. F. (.Ticket is a candidate for Sheritl of
Bibb county by Deia >cr*t> nomination.
WxsiitN'i.Tox Poe, Sr., the nominee of the
Democratic party, Is a candidate for the office
of Ordinary of Bibb county, at the approach
ing election. d<-c24 td
After consultation with mine runs friends
und w illi an earnest desire to preserve harmony
In the Democratic party, 1 decline any further
candidacy for the office of County Treasurer,
deegt-tf J. W. Stcbrs.
We announce B. T. Estousn, as our candi
date for Tax Receiver.
I am a candidate for re-election to the office
of Tax Receiver of Bibb county at the ensuing
election In January. I!. A. Benson.
New Candidate.—'Tho fiiemL of Chau
i Elio Akstove, announce him as one of ttie
most suitable candidate- fur public favor.
td. __ _
The frit-nils of Jldi.e J.VS. B. Aiitoce, au
i.ounce him as candidate for office of Tax C ol
li tor, sutijeet to tlie will of the pcn;>!- .
dec. IT— to.
The friends of Joseph Wiluoi’hne announce
him as a suitable candidate for the office of
County Treu.Miri-r of Bibb county, deed td
I 111 hi. nits of James Maktin announce him
1 as a c*n lisle for slicrilt of Bibb county, sub
! jeet to era ryf.o Jy's nomination, novdo-td.
The friends of C. T. - jhu announce him as
| u candidate for re-election te .a- office of Ordi
Tlie friends of W. T. Nelson announce LLa
as a candidate for Tax Collector for Bit.b coun
ty, subject to the will -,f the I'cotile.
The friends of Pat Clown announce him as
a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Bibb
I A A ( Hons as nice as cur was offered in
IUU tlii.- mark'! K* ‘ail s'! ;.<) ]-< r L r ail<n.
A liberal deduction will be mode to tlie trade,
where 10 or more gallons are taken at once.
A. L. CLINKSCALE3,
No. 28 Cotton Avenue.
DIVIDEND NO. SS.
SOUTHWESTERN R. R COMPANY, i
Oi i;<ji:, Macon, Ga., December 10, 1*72. j
i DIVIDEND OF FOUR >1 DOLLARS
1 \ j- r hurt* i.o- been d-■ lured on the Capi
tal Stock of this Company, a held on the flight
of thCoOth ult., pavatde on and after the 26th
inst., in tlie currency of the United States us
Stockholders in Savannah will receive their
Dividends at the Central Railroad Bank.
•I No. T. BoIFEUILLET, Tivu,-:rer.
\\J' T’, t’<’- umler.-'urm and have this day :*"iiu r ht
\\ oat tlie entire interest of Mr. N JL Cor
bin in the butcher business, and will conduct
it in future in all its branch's keeping con
stantly ou hand line Tennessee Beef, Pork, Sau-
Miae, etc. We will run it in connection with
our firo;'-ry Store, when: we keep everything
sold in that line, including dressed Poultry,
WHEELER a: WHITEHURST,
d<-i ;*t Corner First and Popular SG.
lUiiroad Stock and Valuable City
Property, in Macon, Georgia.
‘fTNDERand by virtue of authority of the
I will *f Mrs. .hmc Koirers, late of Bibb
< uiity, tit ct Uo-’U, the undersigned will Fell be
fore the Court-licope door, in M:.eon, Ga , on
the find Tuesday in January, 1 s?:i, and within
the legal hours of sale, the following property,
i wuntv four shares of the Capital Stock of
the Southwestern Kail road Company.
Also, Two Brick Mores on Cherry street,
two-stories hi i'll, fronting about 52 feet on
Cherry street, and running back, same width,
210 feet to Aliev.
Also, blocks No. y and io, containing near
four acres, and bounded hy Third, Oglethorpe,
Sound aud Hawthorne streets, known as the
us the late residence of said .Mrs. Jane Rogers.
Anew street will be Opened. These two lots
will be subdivided into BO of the most eligible
lots in Macon either for residences or stores,
and now have erected upon them Mrs. Rogers’
re.-idonee and six other comfortable dwelling
hou.-t s, besides stores and other improvements.
Also Ltts Nos. 1 and 2 in hlook 81, contain
ing one acre, on corner of Third and Arch
streets, with a store-house and other improve
ments thereon. These lo s have also, been
sub-divided into smaller ones.
Also Lots Nos. 2, fi und 4. being sub divisions
of block in square is, near the Vineville
Bianch, front ini'on Washington street, St feet,
running back 4t)7 feet to any alley.
Also Rogers’ Butcher Ten Lot, joining
Brown’s Fish Pond Lot, Mrs. Dillard and oth
ers, containing l V acres, with a small house
ANo Lot- Nos. 4, o and 0, in what is known
as Clarksville, near Maeon and tho Houston
road, in said county, containing about two
acres, ami joining Zeiiin and others.
A Iso Rogers’ brickyard lot, containing ISB
acres, more or less, bn the Brunswick Kail*
roud, next to Macou, joining the City Reserve,
Blake's brickyard, C berry und others. On
this place there arc about sixty acres of fine
swamp land, cleared and ready for cultivation;
the balance is heavily timbered.
Also swamp lot No. sd, containing 100 acres,
within 1 1 -i miles of the city limits, joisinif Ral
ston, Cherry and others, and known as Rodg
ers’ Cowles field.
Also north half of swamp lot No. 126, within
:> miles of the city limits, containing 50 acres,
more or less; joining Harden Johnson and
others, with the Brunswick Railroad passing
through the lot known as Rodgers’ Briar Patch
tL Id. One-half cleared, the balance in woods.
The foregoing property often a tine chance
fr investment, as the city lots are all in that
part of Macou which is rapidly improving.
For further information apply to the under*
signed, who will take pleasure in show ing the
property; or to Whittle Gust-n, where the
maps and drawings of the same may be seen.
I BUMS:—For the Railroad Stock, cash.
For the other property, one tiiiro cash, one
tliini at six mouths, and one-third at twelve
mouths, the deferred paynnnts to bear seven
per rent, interest, if paid promptly; if not paid
promptly, then ten per cent per annum from
day of sale. ITI'KII HARRIS,
Kxecntorof Mrs Jane Rogers, deceased.
C r.r ge ot Schedule.
>1 \C>N AND Wi , .'.UN H. R. CO., I
M\i on, i* a. , October 31, 1872. [
/ vN i. r Sutul. v N cr and, the fol-
V r 4 -, I. ,1. ' 1' l-.- m e... :■ Trains,
w,;! bo otwcrred on ti>s* road:
l eave Macon *ls A. M.
Arrive at Macon £OS a. si.
!.ea\ Atlanta S:tit) A. M.
Arrive at Atlanta 3:40 r. si.
NIGHT P.\B>ENt.'.',; AND FREIGHT.
lo - ~ >.50 r. si.
Arris .It Mac m 3:3# A. si.
l.eis.- At'anta > 09 r. v.
Ai riveat A: ai.t.< 4:55 A. V.
A! iking close connections at Macon with
Centmi Railroad for Savannah and Augnsta,
as I with Southwfatcra RaUrncd for potato In
So.::' ss.-st Georgia. At Atlanta with AVer tern
and A:l.. .t: Ki!*irtor points AYt>t.
A. J. AVHITF..
fr : ■ . I! and R.ssc Mrs.:-. • .ntair •
ing one quarter of an acre. For aaJe cheap.
Bisv. 35 in; mmer Third and Pluut Stmts.
r p 11 KK E ROOM-*, in ■ Biiik lluu-c Cut-
I ton Avitnui*, sb >\ a Fo-T btrci t- A good
Well of Water i:i lard. Appiv to
dee M lit ' VALENTINE KAHN
d:i. E :u. fb3|i ab.<.
OFFERS hi* prr.f *-W. 1 senh es to the
’-/ J- • ! • • n.t / < >fth-e
in rear of-Es■ • . im;. No. P* , b.'.
Hntfswortfc BGck. UcT •'
FOR GOOD. 'RLIALLE
G a r(l e u : cods,
VANDERBILT BROTITFR.*-’ Aiiii -ul*
1. t irul and Seed Warehouse, Fulton St.,
New York. Wholesale firms will find great
advantage in dealing at the above house. Please
send for catalogue. dec‘A> ln
' f Office .
VN invitation is tendered to all Grand ofli
. cere of idster Lodges, and sojourning
brethren, to attend the installation of oflicers
of Germania Lod.**, No. ■*>'♦, I. (>. *>. F., on
next Wednesday nLbt, January 1, I*7B, at 8
o'clock, I*. M.
By order of 11. SPAIIR, N. G.
Valentine Kahn, Stcrelary. dee-b-lt
r pne rf.gui.ar monJuly melting
L of the Society will be held at the Court
Saturday, the 28th inst., at 11 A. M.
The Annual Elee’ion of Officers will be held
at that time ; al.-o Delegate* to the '‘State Air
ricultural Society" will be elected for the en*
suimr year. A full and prompt attendance is
most earnestly solicited.
T. G. IIOLT, Jr.. Pres’t.
B. 11. Wriglet, Sec’y. dec*2o 2t
ONE CAR LOAD OF
Fine Bite Mini Teansssee
MULES, will arrive to-night at Fagan & Bros.
Stables. MAJOR J. S. HARRS.
THE FINEST "
IN THE STATE!
'■piIREE OF BRUNSWICK’S TABLES,
I. best nssortment of Cue-, plenty of room
and good light, can be found at the
Bren House Billiard Saloae.
Call around and sec me, if you want to enjoy
dec24 lm CAREY W. COX.
THE NATIVES OF BAItABAS WERE
THROWN INTO WILI) CONFUSION UPON
THE RECEPTION OF
GREEfJ, LAKE & CO.’S
ORDER FOR i IIRISTMAS FRUIT, WHICH
IS JUST IN PEP. SPE LU. TRAIN.
! t‘A!£ unit or YELLOW
i < tii lo *.e> ruetMCE: < o
<A>A \ T-i u it!i (he milii isi
•0 B liIRELS SEI, Ef I'EED
100 ii '.iiuein ( no:ri: keb
•j; t a mi’ouyia
> FCEOS H ILUIV fiKAPES.
Till: AHO YE GOODS ARE POSITIVELY
IN STORE IN ADDITION TO THE LARG
EST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
FANCY AND CHOICE FAMILY GROCER
IES IN THE STATE, WHICH ARE BEING
DISPOSED OF AT PRICES THAT DEFY
GREEK. LAKE & CO..
Clicrrv and ill Third Street*.
vN*)/S PF.K MONTH Tv the vea, tr. lavm e.
* :'•> nicer.. ::i*. bett "10. alitv iu iLt
city (or Dentist or Milliners- business' Apply
at this office, or No. s Cotton Avenue.
MISS M. A. DANIEL
11’ >1 LD res; ee’.fuilv inform the Ladies of
I M on and v i.-inity that she has taken
re -! 5. lO Cfitoi Avenue.u- stair* *.
w hen s!k i- prepared : • do Dress MaKisoin
the ■ c and fnoM PI noble js'ylV-., and war
rants tj give *ati*faction. oct3l-2w
OIX B ILDING LOTS on Wind- - niR.
O Will -el! all. or as many as desired. The
lots adjoin Dr. Coy’s on the top of the hill.
The prettiest location out. Apply to
novff? 4t No. 8 Cotton A vents.
Guernsey, Bartrum & Hendrix. 1
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
\BU LDE?S SUPPLIES^
MA I, ' LS ' ' y-sik di ii.i K i;>
MOULDING, - pp I I jP|| 1 lIARDWAHF.
UR.V KETS, F... CARPENTER-.-
UA LUSTEnS, TSJIU-WXJXj POSTS,
AND ALL KINDS OF TURNINGS.
! ’ACT( >RY--DIXIK MOHKs.
\V:ti'erooiiis--lllakc’ Block I’oplju- street, Jliicuii, <ia.
W & StJITs"
Corn, Becoit aid Flour Bmprin
OF MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Corn, Bacon, Flour.
Salt, Bagging, Ties,
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
THAT CELEBRATED BRAND OF FLOCK,
“THE PEIHE OE DIXIE.”
-‘ ire Rest in the "Worlth Always on I?and.
1 claim superior facilities in the purcLaesof
COM, BACON, PM, BAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC.,
And 1 Wlil n ' l '" :t 10 tlK> i!ltl ' ,vst M - r and Planters to call on me with their MONEY
■rt.'i H) PAPER. Rweionable time given to all good parties.
V. A. HHEE,
FOB THE HOLIDAYS!
• i,e * l i'.ift 1 to Sflt'H ji Beautiful and Useful Present is at
BEST KID GLOVES
AT *: 'VORTII ■*:.••. TO P.E FOI'ND AT
Sl*L L3 .> I)ID C<> 1? KT.
A 1 Oik-., WORTH si :,o, CAN BE HAD OF MACK BROTHERS.
■ -♦ ♦
Tlif "1.l t x ; BOW"-—Very Pretty.
Tlie 'UTH HANDKERCHIEF,”
Very Handsome, and in all Colots.
D mi LADIES’ and GENTS’ TIES and SCARFS.
Another 1; r. ■ Jot of Ladies’ and Children's MERINO VESTS,
i hildren'x lirown. Mixed and Striped WINTER HOSE.
fancy KNIT WOOLEN GOODS, Etc.
A lot of SHAWLS very cheap, and selling very fast.
Call early aad make your selections. Prices lower than ever.
.! r—ni " f Second Street, Damour Block.
FOR THE MASQUERADE
OPERA KIDS or any other style at 75 cents
per pair, at
N CSS BA CM A DANNENBURGS,
dccld lw. 70 Third street.
Jl hT KEOEIVED
VLOT of live hundred dozen first quality
KID GLOVES, all colors and all sizes at
the low price .■? seventy live cents per pair
At NCSSBACM o DANNE.NBERG'S
dec 13-1 w TO Third street.
J.IO. It. WEE.US.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER
Is. w. RASWAI.S STOKE.
Mator’s Office, Macos, December 10,1872.
IN addition to the usual inconvenience which
has been suffered by the public from the
prevalence of the horse disease, we now see a
complete blockaded condition of our railroads
and the almost total suspension of all commer
cial business in onr citv for mere lack of street
transportation. This unusual state of affairs
sutruest* the want of some immediate relief,
both to the railroads and the merchant. Upon
consultation, therefore, with the railroad au
thorities and the different dray companies iu
the city. I hereby give notice to any and all per
sons in the adjoining counties, that they are in
vited and requested"to bring in their ox-tennis
and assist ns in the dray w ork of our city for
the next two or three "weeks, at the end t ■
which time we hope to be able to resume the
horse and mule labor.
Parties bringing their oxen to the city will
be allowed to use them in the dra' age of a.l
goods FREE OF LICENSE. It is believed that
twenty to thirty teams could find constant
work "here for several days, at good paying
decll tf W. A. HL FF, Mayor.