Matan Ehuhi Enterprise.
Limes, Winq & Smith, Proprietors,
Term* of Nub***lptl©n:
V'...- .. ..#H 00
'nt* 1 ear m
six Months J J*
Three Months - uu
Invariably in advance.
To city subscribers by the mvath, Seventy-rtvc
cents, served by carriers. j
Oh! solemn words, which have ot all
Leave taking words the deepest spell,
From careless lips 1 hear them fall,
Sounding like a prophetic knell.
Each day in idle hearts’ farewell.
To meet again ! All! yes again
Life’s chances may together bring
These two who thoughtless part. But when
The leaves which wild winds toss and Hing,
Of years keep slender reckoning.
To meet again! Ah! yes; but where ?
They both tread tlowcrs and dam eto day, j
But winter winds chill summer air;
And earth has place* daik and urav,
Whence flowers and song have parsed a>vy.
To meet again ! Ah ! if God will.
With health and youth their veins are red,
But grave stones gleam on every hill:
And burial services are said
Each day above the early dead.
(I hearts! these solemn words of all
Leave-taking words have deenest spell;
In tender whispers let them fall;
And lest they prove prophetic knell,
Add reverent prayer to each farewell!
The Apple Whisky Crop.
F".m. the Newark (N. J.) Advertiser.]
The manufacture of apple whisky in
the Fourth Internal Revenue District,
comprising the counties of Morris, Passaic,
Sussex ami Bergen, N. J., Ims been car
ried on this fall to an extent nearly double
that of any previous season. In Morris
county there are thirty' distilleries, in Sus
sex twenty-one, Bergen four, and none in
l’assaic. During the mouth of September :
i: e was made about 10.000 gallons;
(i iig October, (>3,000 ; November, 65,-
OOJ. and probably 20,000 gallons will be
made in December, making a total of about
159,000 gallons for this district. At the
tax of seventy cents per gallons Ibis will
yield an income of $109,3(>0. Already
during the mouths of September, October
and November, there have been paid in
$49,896, being the tax on 68,421 gallons,
while the November and December distil
ling lias yet to be gagued and taxed. Be
sides this immense production, it is esti
mated that a very large quantity of cider
will be held over to spring, and will then
be distilled into whisky, the cold of the
season preventing the same being done
the lord's prayer with variations, j
The following prayer, rendeted by the
editor of the Jew ish Independent, of Louis
ville, at the opening of the Wisconsin Sen
ate, February 15, 1872, appears in the In
dependent, of last week :
Our Father who art in heaven, oh earth,
and all over the universe ; hallowed be
Thy name; Thy kingdom came with the
dawn of creation, and being established
upon principles universal and everlasting,
its laws enforce themselves with equal
force in all climes and in all generations;
wherefore Tliyl will must be done in
heaven, among the celestials, even as it is
among the mortal sons of men ou earth.
Thou hast made us the rulers of this mun
dane world, constraining nature's sub
servienceto our will, and by those means
thou kindly givest us our daily bread,
while ou the other hand, the imparting of
thy divine spirit guides us in the enact
ment of laws to secure our social happi
ness, and deliver us from all evil. For
the performance of that sacred and high
privilege, we are assembled before thee in
this Sinai of our sovereign State ; and as
once the son of Amarou, upon the smoke
enveloped peak of Horeb proclaimed hu
inanity and justice to the constituents of
thy then chosen people, summoning down
the lightnings from their native heavens,
even so each of thy sons present is stand
ing here in the capacity of a Moses, and
may thy will imbue their minds with
the Hashes of tliy wisdom, and grant them
the visitations of tliy divine spirit; so that
while representing the will of ltie people,
they may equally represent the will of
Dice who ait our Father and Lord.
The Athanasian Creed.
The Christian comfort hitherto enjoyed
by churchmen in the damnatory clauses
oi the Athanasian creed is daily becoming
mote disturbed. First came an eminent
English divine to insist that this consoti
datory confession of faith was not com
posed by Athanasius at all, but by Hilary,
who lived a hundred years, in the fifth
century. After that came a doubt, as to
whether the purgatorial provisions were
original or interpolated. This heretical
scepticism lias until now been triumph
antly silenced by reference to an ancient
Latin manuscript preserved at Utretcli,
supposed to be of very early date. Lately
some eclesiaslical experts have been exam
ining photographed copies of the manu
script in question, and agree in assigning
it ton period not earlier than the begin
ning of the ninth century.
While these doubts are being ventilated
through the English papers, but secular
and ecclesiastical, large and increasing
numbers in the established Church are be
coming openly pronounced against this
creed. On behalf of the clergy of their
respective provinces, the Deans of Canter
bury and Chester have presented to the
Archbishop of Canterbury petitions prsy
tug cither the abolition of the compulsoty
rubric with respect to the Creed, or for
some changes in its damnatory clauses,
Similar petitions are for presentation to
the Archbishop of York. It is illustrative
of the feeling in the English Church on
the subject that these documents have
been signed by fourteen deacons, twenty
five archdeacons, one hundred and ninety
cathedral dignitaries, seven Cambridge
professors, eighty-one masters and fellows
of Oxford, seventy head masters of public
schools, aud, in ail, by nearly three
thousand clergymen. The Dean of Can
terbury pointed out that the mere limita
tion of the creed to Trinity Sunday, or the
appending of an explanatory note, would
not meet the scruples of those who signed
the petitions, to which the Dean of Ches
ter added the large numbers of the laity
, equally strong objections to the com
pulsory recitation of the creed.—JVMtetffe
• Is Pat Fiannigan on board this ship ?”
roared Nelson during a lull in the tiring
battle of the Nile, ‘T tu here, my
lord,” said Erin’s son, showing himself on
deck. “Then,” said the gallant Nelson,
looking satisfied, "let the battle proceed."
That story is Pat's
A Good Story front Arkansas.
This story is taken from a long, ninth
ling letter to "Old Times, ” who lives in
I was living at Squire Jones's. He had
a gal, and she was pretty, you bet. I used
to think she was pretty enough to eat. To
say I loved that gal wouldn't be no de
scription of my awful feelings ; hut 1 was
awful biishfhl —I couldn’t tell her about
it : and to make matters worse, there was
a feller coming to see Sally; hut became
once a week just as regular as Hie cows
come up, and he'd buck right up to Saily
and set up half the night. I hated him,
of course, and nobody could blame me for
it. I determined to stop him or bust. I
fell on a plan, and told Sally’s brother of
it; his name was Ike; lie was pleased
and we went to work. They were scarce
of lionsoi oom, hud a front room and a
backroom, which was used for a kitchen
Me and Ike slept in this hack room. The
floor was made of puncheons, and imme
diately under our bed, and also under the
floor, was the big soap trough. It had
about ten bushels of soft soap in it, Sally’s
beau was to he there that night. I told
her that I wanted to sleep with her sweet
heart that night She said all right. He
came dressed lip in his best. He had one
of those high-collated, long, seissor-tailed
coats, new copperas pants, aw ful tight, a
high beegum hat, and a square yard red
cotton handkerchief around iiis neck. He
soon cornered Sally, mid me and Ike went
to bed—but not to sleep We ruised the
floor over the soap trough,took the hoards
off the bed, all only on Hie foreside where
I was to lie. —just enough behind to hold
up a bed without a teller. Ike lay before
the fire ou a pallet. 1 lay on my plank,
holding vety still. I began to think they
would set up all nigh, but finally lie came
in about one o'clock. I snored violently.
He liuuled off his linen, and over he
crawled, and in he went, down into the
soap trough. Of all the snorting and
kicking you ever did hear, it was there.
I began to yell at the top of my voice.
Ike was. making a light, and just as he got
a (laming pine knot in full blast, the old
folks came tearing in, in their night
clothes —the old man with his gun and
the old woman with the poker. I had
Sally's beau drawn out by this time and
stretched out full length before the lire.
The soap was half an inch thick all over
him. Of ail the sights I ever saw. lie
looked the most terrible. A Ku-Klux
wasn’t nowhere, Sally came with tier
dress in her hand, and as she entered the
door lie broke. The dogs all went after
him out of hearing—he didn’t come hack
HOW TO PIK OUT A WIFE.
liY .JOSH BILLINGS
Find a girl that iz nineteen years old
last May, about the right bight, with a
blue eye, and dark brown hair and white
Let the gill be good to look at, not too
pliond of musik, a firm disbeliever in
gliosis, and one ov six children in the
Look well tew the karakter ov her
father ; see that lie is not the member ov
enny club, don't bet on elksbuns. and gite
shaved at least three times a week.
Find out all about her mother, see if
she baz got a good bead or good common
sense, study well lier likes and dislikes,
eat some ov lier hum-made bread and
apple dumplius, notigs whether she abuses
all ov her nabors, ask her servants how
long they lived tliare, and don’t fail to
observe whether her dresses are last year's
ones fixt over.
If you are satisfied that the mother
would make the right kind ova mother
in-law, you kan safely konclude that the
dauter would make the right kind ova
After theze preliminary* all are settled,
and yu have done a reasonable amount ov
sparking, ask the young lady lor her
heart and hand, and if she refuses, yu
kan konsidi r yourself euchred.
If on the contrary, she should say yes,
git married at once without any fuss and
feathers, and proceed to lake llie chances.
I say take the chances, for tliare Mint no
reipe for a perfekt w ife, enny morn than
tliare iz for a perfekt husband.
Tliare is just as innnny good wifes az
tlotre iz good husbands, and I never knew
two people, married or single, who were
determined tew make themselves agreea
ble to each other, but what they suck
Name jure oldest boy sum good stout
name—not after sum hero ; but should the
first boy be a girl, i ask it az a favour to
me that yu call her Rcbekker. #
I do want sum ov them good, old-fash
ioned, tuff girl names revived and ex
Wn.vr not to Do.—Don't spit on the
floor ; don't spit at ail. if you can help it.
Don't drum with your fingers and feet;
don't sit with your feet higher than your
head ; don’t go w ith dirty finger nails nor
clean them iu company ; don’t clean your
nose, ears or teeth in the presence of oth
ers ; don't cat with yeur knife ; don't blow
your nose at the table ; don't make sip
ping of tea or eating of soup a vocul exer
cise . don't eat fust; don't drop orange
peel or peach skins on the side walk ;
dou't interrupt others iu conversation ;
don't use profane language ; don’t whis
per in church ; don't Hlccp in church ;
don’t pull your watch out in church;
don't tarry to gape before the church
door; don't run in debt, but if you do.
don't forget to pay ; don’t borrow your
neighbor s newspaper, hut subscribe for
one and pay for it in advance.
Mes s Faces. —There is no mistaking
the tale a man’s face tells to the student
of human nature. His life cornea out as
plain as if it was the small. Is the human
animal vicious; docs he drink; lias he any
intemperate or demoralizing habits; is
he avaricious—it all appears in the plain
est colors upon his face, just as unmistaka
ble as bis eyes, nose and ears. Alas ! how
few good, pure, heauliful temperate faces
do we see to day. The male man. like
the male of other avimals, should be the
noblest and handsomest in form and fea
ture, and in a few generations he would
lie if he lived as nature intended he should
live. Give us the man with a good face,
a fine honest face, and he can fie trusted
with this world and the next. La;t the
reader turn his mirror and study his own
Camphor is a good crop in the ever
glades of Florida.
MACON, GA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1872.
A writer from Faria tell us that: "A
few days since the general servant of n
gentleman entered, Hike Niohe, all tears,’
his wife's chamber, sobbing, 'Oh, madam !
Oli, madam !’ ‘What is the matter, Fran
coise?’ ‘Madam, I have stuck a fork iuto
my linger.’ ‘Oil, that’s nothing, Fran
coise ; you will not teel it to-morrow,’ ‘1
should not be afraid, madam, if I w as sure
the fork was silver.’ ‘You may, then, he
perfectly easy ; the fork is —all of our
forks are silver.’ ‘Oh, then I don’t feel
feel alarmed ; hut I was fearfully fright
ened, for 1 thought the fork was plated.’
The next day Fraueoi.se disappeared, Ink
ing all Hie forks with her.’ ”
NOTICE IS 11EKK1IV UIVEN THAT
DR. W. W. FORD
IS OF It ONLY LICENSEE FOR THE
USE OF RUBBER AS A BASE
in Mae mi, Georgia. All persons ure hereby
cautioned against parol,a-ing Rubber Dental
r’vtcs of any parties not Licensed of this Com
pany IS by" so doing they render themselves
equally liable to prosecution for infringement.
A reward oil Hie paid for inform itiou that will
lead to the convict ion of any parties of unlawful
use of our Patents. JOsIAII BACON,
Treas. Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Cos.
Boston, /ter. 1, 1872. decll-lm
WE have now in Store ONE HUN
DRED AND FIFTY Barrels very choice
New Crop Georgia Syrup. Retail dealers
will do well to call on us, as wo can atlbrd
to .sell it much less than the New York or
New Orleans Syrup.
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
| r o 90NF.S JUST RECEIVED,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
TIERCES NEW I.ARD.
Sepoiir, Tinsley 4 Cos.
Railroad Stock and Valuable City
Property, in Macon, Georgia.
XTNDER and by virtue of authority of the
J will of Mrs. Jane Rogers, late of Bibb
county, deceased, the undersigned will sell be
fore the Court-hoove door, in Macon, Ga., on
the first Tuesday in January, 18715, and within
the legal hours of sale, the following property,
Twenty four shares of the Capital Stock of
the Southwestern Railroad Company.
Also, Two Brick Stores on Cherry street,
two-stories high, fronting about 52 feet on
Cherry street, and running back, same width,
210 feet to Lighthouse Alley.
Also, blocks No. 9 and 10, containing near
four ac-res, and bounded by Third, Oglethorpe,
Second anti Hawthorne streets, known as the
as the late residence of said Mrs. Jane Rogers.
Anew street will be opened. These two lots
will be subdivided into 30 of the most eligible
lots in Macon cither for residences or stores,
and now have erected upon them Mrs. Rogers’
residence and six other comfortable dwelling
houses, besides stores and other improvements.
Also Lots Nos. 1 and 3 in block 91, contain
ing one acre, on corner of Third and Arch
strerts, with a store-house and other Improve
ments thereon. These lo;s have also, been
sub-divided into smaller ones.
Also Lots Nos. 3, 3 and -t, being sub divisions
of block 3, in square 18, near the VlneviUe
Bnuicli, fronting on Washington street, 83 feet,
running back -m? feet to any alley.
- Also Rogers’ Butcher Pen Lot, joining
Brown’s Fish Pond Lot, Mrs. Dillard and oth
ers, containing Ilf acres, with a small house
Also Lots Nos. I. ."> and ti, in wliat is known
as Clarksville, mar Macon and the. Houston
road, in said county, containing about two
acre.-, and joining Zeilin and others.
Also Rogers’ brickyard lot, containing 188
acres, more or less, on the Brunswick Rail
road, next to Macon, joining the City Re-erve,
Blake’s brickyard, Cherry and others. On
this place there are about sixty acres of line
swamp land, cleared and ready for cultivation ;
the balance is heavily timbered.
Also swamp lot No. 83, containing 100 acres,
within W, miles of the city limits, joining Ral
ston, Cherry and others, and known as Rodg
ers’ Cowles field.
Also north half of swamp lot No. 136, within
3 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
field. One-half cleared, the balance in woods.
The foregoing property offers a fine chance
for investment, as the city lots are all in that
part of Macon which is rapidly improving.
For further information apply to the under
signed, who will take pleasure in showing the
property; or to Whittle <fc Dustin, where the
maps arid drawings of the same may be seen.
'IKRMB: —For the Railroad Stock, cabh.
For the other property, one thihd cash, one
third at six months, and one-third at twelve
months, the deferred payments to bear seven
per cent, interest, if paid promptly; if not paid
promptly, then ten tier cent, per annum from
day of sale. PET ER HARRIS,
Executor of Mrs. Jane Rogers, deceased.
JzOOK ou r r!
THE “SOUTH MACON DRUG STORE”
HAB ju*t received a good suprdy of Medic
ual Liquors, French Hramly, California
Grape Brandy, Kyc Whisky and fchc.rry Wine.
Also, a lot of Fine Cigar*.
THE ORIENTAL COUGH BALSAM,
a reliable* and safe remedy for all, i* helling
rapidly—try a bottle! —only 50 cent*. For sale
by Hunt, Bankin Ac Lamar, J H Zeilin Ai Cos.,
John Ingalls and the Proprietor.
Those old drugs that you have been told
about nO often have been out for years, arid
fresh supplies arc received monthly/
Come on, you can get Drugs and Medicines
at any hour, day or night,
dne iOiw _ 8. D. EVERETT.
DIVIDEND NO. 38.
SOUTHWESTERN R. R COMPANY, -
Office, Macon, Ga., December 16, 1873,
A DIVIDEND OF FOUR (si> DOLLARS
per Shun has been declare! on the Capi
tal Stock of this Company, as held on the night
of the 30th alt., payable on and after the 20th
inst., in the currency of the United State* a*
Stockholders in Savannah will receive their
Dividends at the Central Railroad Bank.
■JNO. T. BOIFELTLLET Treasurer.
jgtTv 1 ""•"wt
This unrivalled Medicine is warranted not to
contain a single particle of Mkhci in, or any
injurious mineral substance, but is
I*l itci.v t liGtrr.tiii.ii.
For FORTY YEARS it has proved its great
value in all discuses of the Livru, Bow el s and
Kinseys. Thousands of the good and great
in all parts of the country vouch for its wonder
ful and peculiar power ill purifying the Blood.
stimulating the torpid Liyek and Bovvni.s, and
imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole sys
tem. SIMMON'S LI YER KEG l I.AToll is ac
knowledged to have no ei|ual as a
i.ita sc vn:ii4'iNi:.
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted in the same happy proportion in any other
preparation, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, tin unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such signal success has all ended ils me, that
it is now regarded as the.
8 nlailing Xprellie
for Livkh Complaint and Hie painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundice, Billions attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOUR
STOMACH, Heart Burn, Ac., Are.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
4 1111.1.* I’I.VHK.
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured by
Ji. 11. ZEILIY .V 4 0.,
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price $1 per package; sent by mall, postage paid,
$1,25. Prepared ready for use ill bottles, $1.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST’S.
tSfßeware ol all Counterfeits and Imitations.
(Successor to the late firm of Smith, Weatcott.
tV Cos , and of Smith, MeGlaahun A Cos.)
MANIT'ACTI'IIKIS ASTI IIEAI.ER IN
SADDLERY A Nil HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leadin' of all kimls,
Children’s ( amazes,
Kl IIBCH, UIN BANDS, KTC..
Together with \</Ty nrlirh* übhhllv kept lit a
10*4 SIFKItY WT., *1 %4 4>>,4J4
ANY and all persons wishing to engage in
tlii* with their good pin*, will confer
with No. 8, Cotton Avmuc, for I hr #lO colored
i plctnre. Ticket* (20) $1 each. deefHl,
of Chronic or Acute Rhcumatlftni, flout, Scia
tica, Headache, Lumbago, Agin*, NervoiiKiirm
or Kidney Ad'ccUon* accepted for treatment
that I cannot cure. If
Officf, Macon and Wf.sti.kn R. R. Cos., .
Macon, Ga., Nov. 30, 1873. i
The annual meeting of Stockholders of the
Macon und Western Railroad Company, for the
election of President and Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and any other business that
may he brought before them wiii beheld lit the
office of tin: Company in this city on Tuesday
the 7lh day of January next af 10 o’clock a. m.
MILO S. FREEMAN,
„ov3o-td Secretary and Treasurer.
Building Lot For Sale.
SITUATED near Tatnall Square, within a
few steps of Mercer University.
! Address E. C., Sox K.,
nit. it. r.
OFFICE ovei M. R. Rogers A Co’s., Con- |
Retridcnc*, I'ltinri struct, opposite George S.
Obfcar**. f,< '\
spit IS HOTEL rank second to none in ,
X Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABI.ES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Ah * resort for th of tbo present ;
bat term, It i* the ui gbtn b<;.ug
remarkable cool aud pleasant.
Tb e bc,t Water in Georgia.
3. W. BYINGTON,
WILL FI N I > IT TQ Til HI II AD
VANTAOK TO CALL OX US
BEKOKK MAKINO Til El il
WE HAVE IN STORF,
100.000 LBS. BACON ULUAjt It.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000 LBS. FLOUR, till entiles.
500 ROLLS 21 BAUD I NO.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TYVINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH, i
JOHNSON & SMITH,
IlttVf, mu! ihv olltiiiiip; nt very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, till
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
I. r >o BBLS. SUOAH.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES HAY.
1.000 BTSHELS CO UN,
r with it lull slock ol nil
all goods in our line of husincHH.
i id tf
A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF HOUSEHOLD
A FAMILY designing to I weak up housc
keeping on the, first of October, now oiler a
complete outfit of furniture lor live or nix
rooms, together with all necessary kitchen
utenseis, for sale at half original coat, it con
sists of Mohair Parlor Chairs, Mahogany and
Black Walnut, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dining Ta
ble, Dining, Hocking and common chairs, Car
pets, Dinner and Tea Setts, aud in short, almost
every article demanded iri a house of five or six
rooms. The furniture has not been used otter
one or two year--, Is in perfect repair, almost
as good as new, eml *1,009 and will now lie
sold for *SOO ea-d-. Address Box 433, Macon,
or apply a! this Till* OFFICE.
It. I.OH IA I II *I.*M
BAH A LAC El! HKKJ! SALOON,
( M AKHKT’r. 01.1 l *1 ANIL )
Opposite Medico! (’nllci/c, Mulberry Si.
rpilh Suin' m is ■i; .|riird with th<* hrtl Will**'’,
1 Liquor* Mild Gi'/uiv in Mi* nu*rl*•*!, uwd
ppiirliling Lager lh**i oi * uperior quality I* no*
lunch every doy from 10 to Vi o'clock und
extra liiiiclici* nerved up at any hum* in tin* day
or night, rtwiaa Cliccae, (loose, Duck, Ham,
Saluda aud anything that may be de*ire<l far
Macon Weekly Enlerprise,
ON or slioiil the ti re l. wick in Decent tag,
we will issue from this olllce the first limn
her of a
Larne, Live Weekly Paper!
11 will conUin ll Uni th'ivkgruphlc
of t)i*t wewsk, and the luL'hl r<;liablu Information
on all Hubjcc'ta ami from all part* of th* world.
Jo editorial department will be found dN
eaaMiorH of all the
of the tluiett. Particular attention will b; giv
en U} the advanccuH'nt of Selcncc, Art, ami
Literature; while aJI JntereftJng event* aud
authentic progress of the political world will
be. faithfully presented.
Six 1 w
Invariably in advance.
subacriptton taken for less than six .
'“'fSf- Now is the time to subaeribe. Sfcci- !
Sr*COFIK KRT 08 AFKI.ICATIV. 1
FOB THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
LAWTON \ HAT 10,
I'oiniliHßvl Horn' fo I.union A WilliiiKlmw,)
Y RE prepared to furnish the trade with
4dl(o4'i:iCli:M. ■ > IIOYINKN. PI,AN'm'IO\ Nl PPMED, 11.442
421442, THIN, li'l’4’.,
oil iik reasonable terms as any house In Georgia. \Ve will keep constantly on hand, BACON;
LAUD, CORN, OATS, HAY, 81 GAR, COFFEE, BAGGING and TIES, and a general aaaort
inent of each goods as are kept in a ilrxt class Grocery House. Give us a call. \Ve are running
the 1.4421.11 PI ,4> l it 1442 Y111.1.X. and
direct special attention to our “CHOICE,” “EXTRA," “FAMILY" Flours. They will be
found exactly adapted to the trade, and we guarantee every barrel to give sutisfaeliou. Our
prices are us low as those of Hie same grades euu he bought In the South.
CORN MEAL, bolted and unboiled, always on hand, of our own make and of Hie boat
1 " . II . - 1 " . . - ... .IB
xXJ. 11, BANDY & CO.
TJX AND sheet ikon roofing,
Ufflitiii Plntiw ail Rtpairiif,
\V |! A
/> ads' '' jlV”’ TIN AND GALVANIZED IKON CORNICE*
Gw —Lgf— r f^'x 1 j 5
\ SC />’ Vxl,!' 1 Exe< •uli’d at short notice and Batlifaction
\ 8 \ guaranteed.
j) / \jj | No. flO 'l'liirtl Ulueon, iiu.
I l Particular attention given to (luttering put up
\ \ with
\ IMTKNT i:ivi: FAfiVKNINAS.
DtPROYED (HI GEAR.
S< )MF,TI IITVG NEW.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
''l'M IE Battling; of the Gin Mouse lloor haw no ctlcet on the Gearing. King Boat of Iron and all
.JL the work bolted to iron.
IT 18 MADE TO LAST. AND TO RUN TWENTY FIVE PERCENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER BOWER IN USE.
Call and ure for youasdf.
I build a Portable Horne Power Unit challenges all other MAKES, but it will not do the work
with tlie game Draft that my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All Linds of Machinery made and repnlred at
UUM lil lT S IIIOX IVOIK UN,
108-lMi Near Brown House, Macon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
i. i ■ >iti nwr- J i ■"* •* mim-'m-Lmm-
W. <fc E. P. TAYLOR,
Cor. Cotton Avoniio and Chorrjr Street,
FDRNITDRB, CARPETS k RUGS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SIIADI'S, etc.
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Collins id Caskels.
n* t*y Telegraph promptly attended to. _
: IAXKS H. SlhtlXT. ISAAC II AKDF.XI I X.
i ni.OI XT A■l lIUHiMAH.
| ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE, at entrance Ralaton Hall, Cherry j
street. 4U-HA j
Barber Shop For Bent.
nnilE Basement room, formerly oceupifid by
I Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel building is
u!i rent Tbfs Is one of the beat stand* for a
Barber m.° p h. the city. H()TK[ ,
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