THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25,1873.
Till KM1AY MORNING. IKIT. Sk
;Mt North on
to bo ii
*. K. E. 11
•ml. from i
ycl.T lav. though it m-v-meJ
it at uliu.Mt every hour of
the day. Tl..- run ma-h- a few effort* to
..;.|Nor. I' t with no v.-ry d»ii.~I«uoc«u-.
M. IV. B. Most*, who w
well known in thia city, in
with the Brown Honno ragru
in 1 -.t or 'I u.-a.lay night,of.
llo had been ill for aon.o tim
Tin • Otton crop i. BOW ooming in, an.l
Macon merehanU who wUh t. - -n-ure the
trade jn lIonatiHh Crawford. Maeon and
Taylor count i.-<, ahouhl ad let tiae in the
Batin—t Mirror, Kort'Valley. Ga.
TV. T. Chriatophcr, ..liter of the Itu.i-
neae Mirror, will call on our merchant,
for advertixine favor, tceday.
There ia a place in th.- -id. walk on
Thirl street at ita intonicction with Pine
which ii.Va.lly in n.-.-l of r.|mir. After
every rain a pond of wat.-r roll.•eta there,
rendering, it inconvenient for men and ira-
poaeihle for ladira to puts. A few cart
..f 'J:rt w..uj.l r.un..h the evil. ..no
they ought to l»e tlirown in there.
Our thank, are due to M. aara. Brown
A Co. for a oopy of thia excellent maga-
r.ine. The number ia a auperh one, lian.l-
aomely illustrated and oontaina aa much
or more rending matter than any vimilar
Ain.-ri.-an publication. Thia number oon-
edadee Bret Hnrte'a " An Epiaode of Eid-
illetown," and Dr. Holland’a “Arthur
Bonnicaatle,” both of which hare been
Colorrd churrh Improvement.
Tin. eongregation of the African M. E
Church, on Cotton avenue, hare jnat bad
their lecture room plaaterud. They have
had the work done in a good atyle, with
heavy cornice and quite a handsome een-
tro-pieoe. When the painting ia done
and the aeata in, they will have quite a
handsome and comfortablo place of
wundiip. Wesley J. Onines ia the pustnr
of thia congregation.
To for Rented at Aurllon.
Attention is cal Li 1 to the advertisement
of Mr. & E. Brown, giving notice that at
IS o'clock Saturday the cigar room at
Brown's Hotel will be rented to the high
est bidder. There are ao many applicant
for thia loom that Mr. Brown has deter
mined to rent it to the highest Vidder,
thna giving all an equal chance to obtain
it. The stand ia a first-rate one, aa it ia
piobable that more cigars are sold there
than at any other stand in Georgia.
Hr»|»«*uluicof (lie Public School*.
Elsewhere in this paper will tie found a
notice of the reopening of the public
Hehoolaof Macon, which will take place
next Wednesday. The prospect ia that
all will be full at the outset, and will re
main so during the term.
It la a pity that the now school build
ings could not have Ifeen gotten ready
for the opi ning thia session. Wo do not
think the authorities have been aa vigi
lant in this matter aa they ahould have
been. However, the contract has been
let for ono building, and we hope soon t<?
see it well advanced, and others closely
following in ita wake.
Mr. Pettit will have the hippodrome
completed by Saturday night, provided
there ia no more rain.
The fnune work of tho new-Exhibition
Hall ia alsmt ready to be raised. Mr.
IVttft, after this week, will be able to put
hia whole f».nv on thia building.
A new chicken "hippodrome” is in pro
cess of construction.
Messrs. Ellis A Cutter have the ware
house nearly completed. It is on impor-
Lint improvement to tho grounds.
A deer, recently purchased from Mrs.
McHenry and placed in the deer park,
Some very handsome terraces are being
raised around tho trees in front of tho
The Financial Crash.
Mr. S. U. Jaqoes, who is in Baltimore,
in a letter received by his house (Messrs.
Jnquos A Johnson,) yesterday morning,
writes os folioics about tho great financial
earthquake which is shaking tho North so
••There is a big excitement here over
the fivilnroa in New York and Philadel-
nUs. J am inclined to think that the ef-
i«vt will l>c good, as soon as confidence
«nn 1m* restored. It will, in a measure,
put a stop to tho wild speculations and
lock-up »»f money which have blocked tho
wheels of legitimate trade. It will have
the tendoney to make money more string-
.•nt and dspress the price of cotton, but I
look for u reaction and a bettor state of
things. The people hero are glad the
crash h.ts doom ns it did. It had to come
and better now than later.” •
l essK ■unrlar t a ajrtet.
On Tuesday evening when: tho Isjok-
keeper of Mr. A. Md'alli. returned to
the store after t«*a, h«- found a negro boy,
named Thf»uias Franklin, about eighteen
year- of age, hid away in the stor**, ob
viously with the intention of committing
a robbmy. He had entere*! through a
Uvrk window. The gentleman, with the
.u-Mnt.meo of Mr. Henry Abel, took the
young thief to the Uirrocks. where he
spent the night.
Yesterday morning a warrant was issued
by Judge Weems for his arrest, on a
charge of burglary in the night. He had
a preliminary trial yesterday afternoon,
and was held to answer in the sum* of
five hundred dollars. The defense was
conducted by J. L. Hardeman, Esq., and
the State wo* repri nted by CoL E. F.
The Mayor's Court.
Alderm.m Cornell hell the ribbons of
judgment yesterday morning, and guided
the car wifely through four cases.
P. Simms was for the fourth time for
vagrancy. This time his physical condi
tion was such ns to render it necessary to
send him to the hospitaL He is com
pletely prostrated, and unless he has the
benefit of medical skill, he will have a
■ad time of it.
Thomas Franklin, a mulatto of about
18 years of age, charged with burglary,
was held for a warrant.
A headache, as big as a meeting bouse,
accompanied B. B. Martin into the courts
room to plead guilty to the charge of be
ing drunk the night before. The case
Five cairn h.
1 soup t«»-daya
i Financial and Commercial NKW advehtisemests.
SD U >
Jvht received, f:\ih cream cheese, cab-
bage, n*-w mackerel, hum-, breakfast bit-
con, pickles by the gallon, dried boef
tongues, pearl grist, an 1 everything nice,
at S. T. Walker’s.
Hive ns’ incomparable soup to-day.
French randy, taffy, cream candy a
It S. T. Walker’s.
•Calf's Head Soup at eleven o’clock,
sharp, at Merchants' Excliange.
Pickles by the gallon (firm, high fla
vored and splendid) at
It S. T. Walker’s.
Evebtbodt likes Havens* soup.
Eaglx Choice Flour has never taken
any premiums. Why? Because it has
never been exhibited.
Go to the Merchant’s Exchange to-day.
The market m d«Il sn4 depresned all
rUrtl nominal. Bbjtvt* »bwr no di*pa
Ukeliold. A few hopebt to fill oelrfi.
The receipts to-day wen? the (main
by rail and 111 by wagon. The •hipwr
only T holes. Sales Ul.
XAOON COTTON STATEMENT.
Stork on hand SepL L 1*73-.
Roreived to-drve J:
Received pceswMtsly ....£71
Bpi prerioosty. ~ W5HJ
Stock on lisnd thiscrenine. £77'»
Bagging, Tics, etc.
The stork of barring and ties is equal to the de
mand. which is active. We quote tesring at l*k3
17c. arconlinr to weight. Tie* file. Twine 1 ■
ity. The find or
»rewarded hr leai
•ity. The finder
where 1 can pet
J. W. APKRHOLP.
Unexceptional n-f« rences.
local* suet c„ P.O. BOX ‘
. K. V. LAWTON,
At Kxchanso Bank, or to
Dr. A. 1*. COLLINS.
At Collins* A Heath’s
rpiIESTOKE next toy ofiee in “ Washityrton
1 Block." ako two destrsble rooms over it
But only Heaa’s XXXX Tobacco, os
good as the best, and 25 per cent.
cheaper. _ seplTtf
Attention Merchants.—Central City
Choice, Yours to Count On, and Pride of
Georgia are reliable brands of cigars
manufactured only by George W. Head’s.
Don't forget to send your waste grease
to the soap factory to-day. septIDtf
Eagle Choice Flocb is pronounced by
wu dismiMed on condition that ho leave I ^ who ; t llie i xt i_ Manutac-
the city forthwith, to which ho consented- I tnro j \f. J. Lawton & Co.
Itim-ut Mketiso, > I Thx trade will save money by r ur *
Cooncil Chamber, Sept. 23. 1873. > J chaeinjj their Soar of the Eagle Milk.
I'r. -. nt, J. W. Burke, Mayor pro Inn.; vll grades guaranteed to give satisfac-
There is little doinx iu thi* line that the mar
ket U hanl’v quotable. Everythimr is perfectly
mUtf |MI, ttmo being no ii^ihonriom that the
in . wLii-hharerao-d -i amt utoplwanil
In New York and cLiewber* will be lelt bereolhtr
than in ■ little rtrinsencr o( the money market,
fee a fthort while, and aome delay in moving tlw
rotten nop. The huka ere tiwnartinc baainesa
aa usual, obeerrinr perhaps a httlo more than
ordinary rantion. Them if a ieelinjr cf aecurilr
amorc them which seems to pervade the entire
We quote esehanre on New York nominah nuy-
mr J 1 i off. and selling at 1 premium. Transae-
The fcukl market is abo nominal, th- hoyin?
price bettur 109. and selling 112. SUrer. buyinc at
103 and arilirar at 10S.
Flour and Grain.
Flour—The market for flour during the week
has been active, with an advance of S3 cents per
laurel all around. Tho stock is ?ood. We quote,
lient family <10: plain family <9 30; extra <8 73;
Corn—Stork pood, demand active. White 95r.
mixed SCX We quote com meal at fl.
AlJssw Deita, C. Burke, Lightfoot, 1 ^ on on | y amber and white wheat
Burdick, Cornell, Durrett, Ellis, Shone- 1 -
man, Kahn and Hasdai.
Absent, hia Honor, W. A. Huff, and
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and confirmed.
C. Burke, P. H. Ward, P. Fitzgerald,
W. A E. P. Taylor, J. C. Wheeler.
J. Holmes A Co., $5; Harrison Jones,
.$s .32; J. n. Merryday, |10; P. H. Ward,
|37 40* A. E. Boardman, $IG 25; Owen
Cauley, $367; Abner White, $24 30; Tru
man A Green $9 25.
IVtition of J. S. Schofield & Son to ex
tend their present buildings on Fifth
Just Received.—Three hundred boxes
tobacco, on consignment, with instruc
tions to sell for what it will bring, in tho
next four days. Terms cash or bonk pa
per at sixty days with interest.
sep!7tf Geo. W. Head.
Eaole Extra and Eagle Family are
well known to all housewives, and need
no recommendation. W. J. Lawton.
Refreshing.—If you feel oppressed by
street, to a lino with their encroachment, I tho heat and dust, just step into Loh’s,
•aid buildings to ho permanent, was re- I in the Lanier House building, and take a
Iwied to committee on Street Encroach- ^ refrca j,u, R bath for only twenty-five
The*following communication of G. B. ccnU - Shoring, hair cutting, etc., by
Pettit, was read: J the most skillful tonsorialartists, and at
Macon, September 23, 1873. I the codlest establishment in the city.
J. J. Cornell, Alderman: Strangers visiting Macon should remem*
Dear Sir-I will put in a new floor in | °. , „ . ..
the centra of Premium Hall at tho proper *** thm-the people here all know it.
hi.-'ht alove tho other floor, to come on | julylSoodtf
“J withthocvMlingii.iHtofthewings- , pthe(unctiorao( the wvdM
V* U i e onlenM. .ho whole lx,!y. rad not only tho tx>I.v
build Itro flig i . j i.nt the miniL nymjvilhise. with the dhitnrhivi
npen.ng m the centre of the floo^—qy lO Bgiam bmU >re moK rommoI1
. m,U . a, f ■fiJSST* f0r .tan any other di«J; and to remove tho bile u
city to furnioh aU materials. | ■ - , h „ ^
R«sp6ctfaQy 9 G. B. Pettit.
well ns regulate the Liver, you only have to take
Simmons’ Urcr Regulator, which will impart
chicken shatters at Central City Park, was
referred to the Committee on Public i Thousands have been changed by the use of the
Property. . 1 Peruvian Syrup (a protoxide of Iron) from weak.
The Finance Committee ninde the fol- sicklj Buffering mature*, to stomp, healthy, and
lowing report, which was adopted: I } m pj,y men and women, and invalids cannot ita-
Tho Finance Committee, te whom the hesitate to rive it a trial. For Dyspepsia
petition of C. A. Nutting and others was nml it i, B
veteisd back, beg leave to report that | ■. **^LW
they have, in conjunction with the Mayor | Tns Ciibafkst and BKST.-*-IIook’a Eureka
and City Attorneys, settled the matter at I Liver Medicine rives universal satisfaction in tho
* sue satisfactorily to all parties. 1 ... — - . .
J. W. Burke,
R. J. LlOnTFOGT,
Committee on Streets mode the follow
ing report, which waA adopted;
The Street Committee to whom was re
ferred tho communication of J. Holmes &
treatment of Liver Disease. Dyspepsia. Sick Ilead-
nchc, Costivencss, and all that class of diseases
arising from a disordered state of the stomach
and liver. novSOly
Half Alive.—It is a sad thing to possthrourh
life only half alive. Yet there are thousand* whose
habitual condition is one of languor and debility.
They complain erf no specific disease*; they suffer
no positive pain, hut they have no relish for
, asking that Poplar street next to their
- w re, be pn t in gcod condition by raising it . . . .
to n propor gnulc with tho opposite «Mo »n7»l>>n« " hlri ' >”™ul or smsuou. pkws-
of sni.1 («tret, respectfully report that the nre lIl « r more ro,mit cncractic follow bo-
.trvvt will 1h> repaired os soon os practi
cable. ItiTSK Ei.i.is,
John J. Cornell,
D. M. Durrett,
The following report of J. A. McMa
nus. Clerk, was received and adopted:
W. A. Hu/,'Mayor, and Finance Committee:
I have tho honor to report tho amount
In nine raae* ont of ten this state of lassitude
and torpor arises from a mobid stomach. Indi
gestion destroys tho energy of both mind nnd
body. When the waste of nature is not supplied
by a due and regular assimilation of the food
every organ is starved, every (unction inter
Now, what does common sefiso suggest under
of cash collected for license, sales of dty «*!■ ilm*—III of depression? The system
lots, etc., and tho amount paid over to rooU ro^inrnwl Kiiemaheni;,?; no! merely tor
the City Treasurer from tho 18th day of I »» hour or two. to dnk afterwsrds into a more
August to tho 17th day of September, | PHhMam^MraMira wHmIImt 1 11/would
J. A. McManus, Clerk.
Aug. 21—A. Douse, rent cigar
stand $10 00
Aug. 21— M. S. Meyer A Co.,
wholesalo boot and
shoe, license 150 00
Aug. 21—Richard Thomas, shoe
maker, license 3 00
Aug. 26—David Lanev, contrac
tor, license 10 00
Aug. 26—J. H. Merryday, con
tractor, license......... 1000
do if an ordinary alcoholic stimulant were resorted
to), hut radically and permanently.
How is this desirable object to be accomplished ¥
The answer to’this question, founded on the un
varying cxperi*nco of a quarter of a century, ii
easily given. Infuse new rigor into the digestive
organs by a course of Hostcttcr’s Stomach Bit
ters. Do not waste time in administering tempo
rary remedies, but wake the system up by recup
erating the fountain-head of physical strength
and energy, tho great orean upon which nil the
other organs depend for thdr nurture nnd sup
By the timethat n dozen doses of the great vege-
An*. 27—S.IIclfrich.part license 10 00 I table tonic and invieorant have been taken, the
^ . .. r . ... I r Li., tai j : 11 it.
I mil- Dl.plny of
W. oboervod pvtwdoj afternoon eight
ra haiulmno ilrayo aa were ever sis-n in
Macon Hiiugly paek.il on Second str.i t
llicy are full spring cotton drays. One
of thetn i„ mark.il -'Colotuiut A Xew
IfhDlnh Grnoan," five uiarke.1 **C. K
U. Dray Line.** Tlieao Ar. m. fo
H. Mansfield.Central railroadivntraotor.
The other two ere marked “M. A C. Dray
Line.** and arcemd by Messrs. Marr A
CrutehfUld. who have two more on the
way. All of them>,trays were made b
Knurs. Abbott, Downing A Co., of New
Hampshire, imd wore brought out by
Messrs. Collins A Little, the enterprising
earrisge dealers on Sinmd street. Tlr
are magni.i.-.-nt drays, and fully aa good
aa they look.
Kri.m the following oommuuieat-on it
wiU l«e wen that two additional pre
miums fcive been added to the wire
uaprwxilented list to be oorapetod for at
the State Pair:
Ow n k Stah: Aaniet'LTntU. Soci*tt,>
Mai-»*n. <»a.. S'ptexnlKT 2t, 1>73. *
MSire 7V;.v.')'k and Memnjen Ptame
publish ihe following additional pr, mi-
inis efleiMi for the approaching Stat
r tho State AgricnUnrml
article of mi«re silk
than six d
Society for tk
thread, not k
2. Special premium by H. EL Stoddard,
• ditor • f the lVultrv \YorU. (or the Lvt
light Lrahuia pulli-t. ‘ The Illustrate l
Book «»f IVultry”(fifty colored plat*.-',
Aug. 20—S. T. Walker, butcher’s
wagon, license 25 00 |
Aug. 20—Mix A Kirtlaml.whole
sale boots nnd shoes,
license 150 00
Sept. 1—Mathews & Bates,
stomp, license 6 00
Sopt. 1—J. M. Grimes, rent sa
loon 50 00
Sept. 1—Mrs. Lucinda Cobb,
part license 5 00
Sept. 4— Southern Atlantic Tel
egraph Company, part
license 100 00
Sopt. 4—J. E. J. Fmnke, retail
grocery, license 6
Sept. 8—John Campbell, con
tractor, license 5 00
Sept. S—Thomas Hodo, part li
cense 10 00
Sept. 8 —Henry Sehpidt, barber
shop, license 9 50
Sept. S—D. H. Horton, for 10,-
000 bricks, at $4 50... 45 00
Sept. 15—J. H. Bremer, boarding
house, license 16 00
Sept. 15—Tyner Baldwin, eating
table 3 Ui»
Sept. 15—1-Yank Disroon, barber
•hop, license 12 50
Sept. 15—W. A. Cherry, Jr., one-
horse dray, license... 10 00
Sopt. 16—J. B. Weems, attorney,
license 10 00
Sept. 16—J. W. Aderhold. part
payment for brick 50 00
Sept. 16—M. R. Freeman, trus
tee, for 20,000 bricks,
at $t 60 92 00 |
Sopt. 16—Elihu Trice, balance on
city lot 133 33 |
Sept. 16—Elihu Price, interest
on city lot. 9 32
feeble frame of tho dyspeptic anil begin to feci its
benign influence. Appetite will bo created, and
with appetite the capacity to digest what it craves.
Persevere until the cure I* complete—until health
ful blood, fit to be tho material of flesh and muscle,
bone and nerve and brain, flows through the
channels of circulation, instead of the watery pab
ulum with which they have heretofore been im
perfectly nourished. •
Helm hold's Brcnc.—The only reliable medi-
ine for diseases of the kidneys and urinary or
gans. A perfect diuretic, tho long-continued use
of which by the pcoplo of this country for the lost
twclvo years ha* fully established its reputation
s tho best remedy for these diseases known.
It is one of the few medicines that have stood
the test of time. It has true and genuine merit.
Beware of counterfeits. The genuine has Helm-
bold’s private proprietary stamp.
Xkrvou8 Debility.—A depressed, irritable
state of mind; a weak, nervous exhausted feel
ing; no energy or animation; confused hood,
weak memory, often with debilitating, involunta
ry discharges. Tho consequence cf excesses, men
tal overwork or indiscretions. This nervous db*
BiLTtr finds n sovereign cure in Humphreys
Homeopathic SrBciFic.Xo.2& It tones up tho
system, arrests discharges, dispels the the mental
gloom and despondency, ami rejuvenates the en
tire system. It is perfectly harmless and always
efficient. Price $3 for a package of five boxes and
a large |8 vial of powder, which is important in
old. serious cases; or $1 per single box. Sold by
all druggists^ or sent bv mail on receipt of price.
Address HUMPHREYS* SPECIFIC HOMEO
PATHIC MEDICINE CO, Na 369 Broadway.
N V. For vtl« by J..lm InenK an«i IJist.x. Kan
kin A Lamar, Macon. Ga. apr!5e<xlAwtf
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RELIEF FOR TOURG MEN from
the efforts of Errors and Abuses in early life
M&nhivxl restored. Impediments to Marriage re-
Total $939 90 I moved. • Xew method of treatment. Xew and re-
Sept. 16—By cash paid C. J. Williamson,
On account of rent cigar stand
.in i saloon $G0 00
On account of city lots 133 33
On account of interest on city
lot* 9 32
On account at bricks 1S7 00
On account of licenses 550 25
1 markable remedies. Books and circulars svnt
free, in *«*alcd envek>i>e*. Addn*-* HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Xa 2 South Xintb street. Phila
delphia, Ihu. an institution haring a hath rrputa-
1 lit‘ii tor hotkifible comloct and protest.t asl skill
. $939 90
In th.* following eoir.mum. at ion Mr. L.
A. Hsnsc. mailing clerk of the Maoob
p..t-.*fti >*, relieves himself and th.* Ma-
. h j*.>t-orti.v from the blame which
vm.nl t.* bo fixe^l upon them, by a com
munication which appoanni in this paper
\.>t,*nLv. The question still is, who
i } ‘
on asked in
• Is th.* Mao
Examined and approvesi.
J. W. Burke,
R. J. Li..htivv>t,
On motion of Aldnais Cornell—
Kosolved, That the Building Committee
at Central City Park be uuthorired to
nu t with Mr. G. B. Tettit for the
work named in his estimate for putting
floor in the j'r.'ii'.ium hall at two humin'd
and fifty douars. Fund.
On motion. Council adjourned to meut
next Tuesday at 7j o’clock r. M.
* J. A. McManus, Clerk.
XT. Raxkix A Lamjlil—Thi» well known
Uabb- firm iwived * lsrsv lot of Dr.
» Eureka LHcr llslicina H hv» ihr praise
• h«'luxe trad it. In lottlesi at 30 cents
mail matter mailed *'»! lin.
Atlanta to Miw'.m, uiarke.1
■n ]k>st-of- ,
-If latlicw who do i
rr will compare to
d by the
o»te agei-t J ,
Western railroa*!, an-i
by Inin mad.* up in direvt packages to the
pi.i«-.-i. a4l.lr.t4xd, and put mt«* a pouch
m.irk.d f.»r the mud tlie mail is intend.*.!
for. The only mail he send* to A Ma.'on
1» P. O.*' is such moil as leaves thi*
ofli* .* by horse routes. Man n is not a
••]>. P. O.,” t»ut a separating office. I
hiive conducted the **l). P. O.” business
«.f this for five yours, an.l am fauu-
lmr witli the I>. P- O. business.
L. A. Hansr, Mailing Clerk,
Mu. on P. U.
Jot to the World ! Woman is Free !—Among
the many modem discoveries looking to the-faap-
pines* and amelioration of the human race, none
is entitled lo higher cooideraticn than the re
nowned remedy—Dr. J. Bredtald’s Female Regu
lator. Woman’s Best Friend. By it woman
emancipated from numberless ills peculiar to her
sex. Before its marie power all irregularities cf
the womb vanish. It cures whites. It cures sup
pression of ihe menses. It removes uterine ob-
ttructions. It eurgs constipation and strengthens
•he system. It braces the nerves and purifies the
blood. It ne%v*r fails, as thousand* cf women will
totify. This valiuhle mciicine is prepared and
wold by L. H. Bredfiekl. Dntgrist. Atlanta. Ga
Price f l 50 per bottle. AU respectable drug men
TrsoaSKE, Ala., 13BS.
Mr. L. H.Brah/ield—Sir; PW* forward us,
mmediately, another supply of Bradfield's Fe
male Regulator. We find it to be mU that! s
claimed for it, and we hare witnessed the most de
cided and happy effects produced by it.
Bonn A Alexander.
The meat market lias been quiet. Stock fuU.
demand moderate. We quote C. R. sides lll£lll;
dmdtei lo^ioic^ S. C. hams l«i@17c.
Coffee—Fair to good f 4i ZiZc; prime 25i<§26c ;
choice S6K?f7lc, Upward tendency.
Sugar—Brown or C lOftgllc; yellow € lllglft
extra C Ut^lSte. A lSi^lSc. Good stock in mar
SyeTF—Sugar house, hhds 80(7X1 r; bbls 32(735;
Xew York fltV^73; Georgia and Florida, none.
CiytESB—Extra cream State 16£ id.
Candles—Full weight, boxes 2Dg21c.
Soap—Turpefttine. qommon 5!?<»c;<rfire 71^8;
chemical olive wrapjied $G 5D^$8 per box.
Rice—Xew crop ftg^le. But little in market.
Winos and Xiiquors.
Whisky—Rye (1 15*,55, amoding to age and
Champagne Wink—I*iper Heklaiek. pts $31
$33; Krug A Col, pts $32335; Dry Verienay, ptc
$31 @$33; Imperial Cabinet $22^525.
Sparkling Catawba—Pts $is<s;$2D; qts $17®
LATEST HARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Xew York—Xoon—Xo general market re-
Midnight—The following are strict rinsing
trices: Western Union Harifie Mail 2S.«29,
Yew York Central RS?««s I-nfce Shore * 75};
Union Pori fie 1*5 l'.h Northwestern 40; Rock
Island Wabash 40^43; Ohio27i?23.
New Orleans—Exchange—sterling nominal.
Xew York sight t premium. Gold 12b
Lon don—Xoon—Consols 92p*92i. Xew 5s 911.
LaU*r—3s 91f. Eric 44b
Xew York—Xoon—Cotton entirely nominal;
sales »j3 ; uphuuls IS; Orleans 18$.
Futures opened ag follows: September 171-lfi®
179-lfie October 1« 1-325171: Xovember 16 15-16
(517 3-16; December 161(417; January 17b
Evening—Cotton, net receipts, 312; gross 1917;
tales 1038; market nominaL
Futures closed weak: sales 27.900; Septcm-
ter 171-16-. Octolier 161; Xovember 17; December
~"@77 1-16; January 17b
Baltimore—Cotton, net receipts 162; gross 16b
exiiorts coastwise 151; sales 50; stock 780; mid-
ill mgs l&h low middlings 17i; Ii.:irk.*t dull mid
Xew Orleans—Cotton, net receipts 314; gross
516; exports oast wise 7*; sales 250; stock 1SJ300;
middlings 1715 171: low middlings 17b strict goocl
ordinary 16; operations checked by the difficulty
of laying exchange.
Wilmington—Cotton, net receipts 136; exports
coastwise 301; sales —; stock 377; middlings 17b.
ArorsTA—Cotton, net receipts 941: sa
stork —; middlings 17b. market nominal.
Savannah—Cotton, net receipts 1765; exports
coastwise 1096; sales —; stock 6316; no market.
Charleston—Cotton, net receipts 426; gnxs
—; exports coastwise 215; sales 100; stock 5870;
middlings 16Kcl7; low middlings 15; strict good
ordinary 15; market nominal.
Mobile—Cotton, net reetdpt* 141; exports rocst-
wise 434: sales 50; stork 7256; middlings 18;
low midillings 16}; strict good orvlirauy —; mar
Boston—Cotton, net receipts 35; gross 196; sales
fik stock 9000: middlings 18}; market quiet.
Xoefolk—Cotton, net receipts 580; exports
roa>t\vix‘ 320; sales 40; stock SS«S; low middling
16: maricet nominaL
MEMrms—Cotton, receipts 479; shipments 547;
sales —j stock —; Jow middlings 17; market
Galveston—Cotton, net receipts 268; gross —,
exports coastwise —; sales 15; stock 6160; Texas
ordinary—; good ordinary 16; market unsettled.
Philadelphia—Cotton, receipts 78; gross
115: stork 476; middlings 19; low middlings 18};
strict goodonlinary 17: market entirely nominal.! |
Liverpool—Xoon—Cotton cosier but not low
er. uplands 9. Orleans 9b tales lO.OOiv speenlation
and export 9000; uplands, lsuds good ordinary,
shipped October, 8 15-16; October and Xovember
4:15 p. M.—Cotton sales to-day include 4800
5 r. M.—Cotton, sales uplands, basis good ordi
nary, dolivcgnl de October and Xovamber 9,
Xew Yore—Xoon—Breadstuff*, the
panic has completely blocked business,
nothing doing, and consequently no prk
tabflsasd. Pork dull; new mess 17 75. Lani dull;
old steam S 7-K-5 >}. Tum*ntine dull at 40^401.
Rosin dull at 3U0®300 for strained. Freights
Evening—Flour, southern dull and heavy and
lower; common to fair extra 6 7»ti7 80; good to
d»i« 7 S5aV» 70. Whisky heavy and lower at 97
al*7l cash. Wheat dull and lower: shippers can
not sell exchange and business is almost stopped.
Com heavy and 1 lowln holders disposed to real
ise; difficulty with exchange keeps shipp»*rs out
of the market; steamer western mixed CMS.
Pork quiet aqd staady; new mess, spot 17
Bmf unchanged; mess 9 OOalO 50. Lanl lower at
8}^Sf. Turpentine dull at 4ha40b Rosin dull at
2 90. Tallow weak at 8}. Freights to Liverpool
more active and lower.
Louisville—Flour firm; extra family 6 00;
Xa 17 00; fancy 8 00. Corn firm and scarce at
at for shelled and sacked. Provisions
steady. Fork 1« 00gl« 25. Bacon, shoulders 8J?
9b. clear rib 9i®l<>h char sides 10}. packed. Lanl
tierro Rf<?9t keg 94. Whisky quirt ml 92.
Cincinnati—Floor dull and lower at 6 90@710
Com quiet at S3. Provisions quiet and not enough
doing to justify quotaljons; nothing pressing on
themark**t; suchonlereas are awaiting a more
quiet and deferred state of financial affairs in oth
er eities. Whisky unsettled at 90.
St. Louis—Flour dull, lower and irregular;
quotations ran not be given. Com dull, unsettled
and lower; Xa 2 mixed 39. Whisky steady at 96.
Ikvrk lower at 15 75a 16 0ft. Bacon dull ami —
only a very small order trade; shoulders 8
rib sides 9}; dear sides Pb Laid, no sales.
Xew Yoke—Arrived. Yille du Havre. Mons-
AX IRON SAFE, as good
J. M. BOA RDM AX.
B. C, GRAXXISS.
W ILL be rented to the highest bidder at
Brown’s Hotel, in Macon, on Satunlsy the
28th September, at 12 o’dock. the Cigar R >xn iu
Brown’s Hotel in Macon, for one year from the li
of October next. Terms, good security with or
quarter paid in advance. _
sej,25 2t B. E. BROWX.
Atlanta Herald sad Constitution please copy
GO T O
E. R. RICHARDS
Tu-day ami boy some of hi.
FEESII WATER GROUND MEAL.
BOLTED MEAL and SAVANNAH GRITS.
The beat brands of FLOUR always on band.
Reopening of the Public Schools
T HE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS will be opened
WEDNESDAY. October 1. aa follows:
EAST MACOX GRAMMAR SCHOOL—At the
Central railroad building, and one room at the
Catholic Church on Fourth street. Walter G.
NORTH MACOX GRAMMAR SCHOOL—At
Mr. Link’* school-boose on Spring street and two
rooms comer of Bond and College streets. E. II.
L s5nU?H»ffboN GRAMMAR SCIIOOL-At
St Paul’s Parish school house. Henry T. Conner,
Pn CoifMERCrAL AND CLASSICAL HIGH
SCHOOL.—Comer of Bond and College streets.
H. Roberts principal.
There will be a charge of one dollar per month
in the High School (parable in advance.) to de
fray the rent of tbe building.
All applications for admission must be made to
the Superintendent at his office over Johnston’s
jewelry store, comer of Second and Mulberry
THE LEWIS SCHOOL, (colored) will te
opened Monday, October 6. Applicants for that
school must apply to the principal on the day of
Tbe texcliers are requested to meet at at the of
fice of the Superintendent at 4 o’dock P. M~ Mon
day tbe 29th inst
B. M. ZETTLER, Superintendent.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
Iruptcy was i-wued against .... .
Willis McLendon, of county of Taylor, and Sti
of Georgia, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
hi? own petition, and that tbe payment of al.
debts, and delivery of any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to^ aim. or for his use, and thei
transfer of any property by bim. are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the creditors of sakl Bank-1
nipt to prove their debts, and to rhooae one or more
assignees of his estate, will he held at a Court of
iBnnkrupicy, to be boklenat Columbus, Ga^at the
office of L. T. Downing. Esq- before Lemuel T.
Downing, Esq- Register, on the 25th day of
October, A. 1>. 1873, at 10 o’clock, a. m. r
W. H. 8MTTH,
|*ep23 It V. S. Marshal, ns Alessenger. |
Notice in Bankruptcy.
rnHIS i* to give notice that on tlie 16th day of
L September, A. D- 1873, a warrant in Bank-
ptcy was issued against the estate of George
A. Thompson, of county of Dooly, ami State of
Georgia, who has teen adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition, and that tbe jsiyment of any debts,
and delivery of any property belonging to said
Bankrupt, to him, or for nis use, and the transfer
of any property by him. are forbidden by liw;
that a meeting of the creditors of the said Bank
rupt, to prove their debts, and to clwose one or
more assignees of his estate, will te held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden nt the
hotel at Cochran's Station, county of Pulaski,
Ga- before Isaac Beckett, Esq- Register, on tbe
8th day of Octo*»er. A. D-1873. at If o’clock M.
^Cliarlea C. Kibdce, Esq-Attorney, Ilawkins-
W. H. SMYTII,
wep24 2t U. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
. Arrived out. Cron Prim. Virion*.
Charleston—Arrived out Moselle, Italy.
Sailc^L Mptflda Brooks. H. W. McColIv.
Savannah—Arrived. Pieu. Huntsville^ San Ja-
rinta Cleared. Frtipse.
r. J. W. I
Tll llEAT HIMES. W.lnut it,
or-LAV. HUKKE X CO.
T HE STORE adjoining the Macon Street Rail
road stable*, on north side «f Mulberry
street, between Third and Fourth streets, recent-
ly occupied as E.Sprinx*s saloon. Also, three rooms
TURPIN ± OGDEX.
aep24 3t Real Estate and Ins. Ag*ts.
T HAVE iweatir rwrarrted a superior Lath
JL Machine to my mill at Eastman, and am pre
pared to furnish laths at reasonable price*. Ad
dress me ax Atlanta, or W. X. Latch, at mi!L
ser242taw1m* A MURPHY.
police in Bankruptcy.
T HIS is to give notice that on the 25th day of
August, a. D- 1873, n warrant in Bank
ruptcy "'ns issued agaiiust the estate of Thomas C >
M itchell, of county of Wilcox and State of Geor
gia, w1k> has been adjudged a Bankrupt on hia own
petition, and that the payment of any debts, and
delivery of any property belonging to sakl Bank
rupt, to him, or for his use. and tho transfer of
any property by him. are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of tlie creditors of the said Bankrupt,
to nrovo their debts and to choose otic or more
assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at tlie Hotel at Coch
ran's Station, before Isaac Beckett, Esq- Register,
on tlie 8th day October a. d- 1S73, at 12 o’clock JL
Chas. C. Kibbee, Esq- Ilawkinsville, Ga.
W. JL SMYTH.
aepgs 2t U. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
DWELLING TO RENT.
A COMFORT \BI.E mVKI.l.lNO in Vnu*
taining eight rooms, with good garden, well
of water, etc. Terms very moderate. Apply to
mdStf ‘ L. TV. RASDAL.
Housekoepors' Situation Wanted
A WIDOW LADY, aged about thirty, with one
small child, desires a situation as house
keeper in a family, a hotel or public institution. Is
willinc to make herself useful, and will bring un
doubted testimonials of good character. Apply to
tbe Senior BdHor of the Tikwranh. amctStf
y PART of a House on Walnut street, next
Protection Fire Co. No. 1.
IjllllBBSS of Protection Fire Company Xa 1,
_L»1. are hereby ordered to report at once to C.
H. Baird, tailor, Cotton avenue, and leave your
measure for new uniforms. By order
II. W. RAIFORD.
finder will be suit-
^ - A Nelson’s,
it Being the gift of a dtfar friend that is dead.
A T Findlay Iron Works. THREE* GOOD 31u
CH1N1STS. None but llrst-rate workmen
need apply. R. FINDLAY’S SONS.
A FIVE room Dwelling, with three acres ground
attached, on Tat nail Square, near resident e
of Mr. E. Price, at $25 per month. Apply to
J. SEYMOUR RODGfcRS.
aug31 tf At SeyroouK Tinsley A Ca’s.
’TAIL EMERSON has returned to Macon, and
JJ will resume the practice of Dentistry ut
BOXES BOSTON BELLIES,
100 BBLS SUGAR, A. B, and C,
50 BOXES EXTRA CIIEESE.
100 BOXES GERtylX OLIVE SOAP.
5 BBLS. BRAZIL NUTS.
5 BBLS. S. S. ALMONDS.
5 BBLS. PECANS.
HO! FOR THE FAIR!
W. A. JUHAN & GO
Respectfully call r-ttention to their attractive
House Furnishing Goods
Which they are enlarging daily, consisting of
Which they offer at prices consistent with the re
cent decline in all classes of goods.
W. A. JUHAN & CO.
Have just opened a beautiful display of
GROS GRAIN AND
SASH RIBBONS, [
Which aro repmlcd as miracles of cheapness.
IRISH LINENS ! IRISH LINENS !
A splendid assortment of the above in every grads.
OUR DRESS GOODS
nave begun to arrive, which will cnablo us in a [
few days to make the handsomest display in this |
line ever seen in this section. Call on
seplO-tf W. A. JUHAN & CO.
In order to meet the wants of our growing city, we have "one largely into the
We are now opening n large Stock,
No. 1 KEROSENE OIL. I
Bought From the Manufacturers,
Expressly for the Wholesale Trade.
I TVE WILL DUPLICATE ANY BILL BOUGHT IN NEW YORK, TO.
LESS BY A JOBBER
WINSHIP & CALLAWAY.
Carefully and accurately compounded by those I
thurougltly competent, at the
Drug and Prescription Store
HO LAND B. HALL,
Corner Cherry street and Cotton avenue.
Jaqucs & Johnson’s.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
ipplies for letters of ad
ministration oq tbe estate of William G. Ethridge,
late of said county, deceased.
This is. therefore, to cite and admonish all per
sons concerned to te and appear at the Court of
Ordinary of said county on tho first Monday in
Xovember next, to >how cause, if any, why said
letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and official signature this
24th day of September, 1873.
soi»25-3nd JOHN M. GREER. Ordinary,
W. W. CARNES,
General Insurance Agent,
OFFICE NO. 80 CHERRY ST.
Represents the'following first-class Companies:
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE C.OMPANY.
Organized 1810 ... Assets $2^50,0fO
6E0R6IA HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Columbus, Ga. - - Assets $500,000.
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY, NEW YORX,
in posed of the Germania, Niagara. Haw
and Republic Insuraum Companies),
Assets over $4;000,000.
PLANTERS’ INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Memphis, Tenn. - - Assets IBUH
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
Organized 17J4 ... Assets $3,500,000
Policies written on Dwellings, Stores, stocks of ;
Merchandise, Cotton, or other insurable property
at fair rates.
My sleeping room adjoins my office, and I will
cover Cotton or other property at any hour of th s
day or nicht.
W. W. CARNES.
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITAL—GOLD - - - - '$10,000,000
Insures Stores, Merrhnralise, Dwellings, Fumi- j
ture mid all other property at
We are still offering to the Trade our celebrated brands of Flour
I. C. PLANT & SOX, Agent
seplfi flm 3Iacon,
rpHE surviving partners of the firm of W. A. I
HOPSON A CO. will continue the business I
of the late firm at the old stand until further j
notice. The stork will bo kept up in all tho de
partments to the reguirements of tho business, j
Mr. R. E. Jones is .our duly authorized attorney j
n fact. J. L. WARREN,
C. P. ROBERTS,
rthey are handled but once
Wc challenge competition in tlie grades of Flour offerered. Our XXXX has
I goods are manufactured by us, and we claim but manufacturers* prices, asVhey a
f We do not, nnd never have charged DRAYAGE on our Flour.
J Tbe attention of the trade is respectfully called to our BRAN, possessing, as it does, a large per
centage of middlings, and is very nutritious and palatable to stock.
GRAHAM FLOUR, always on hand.
Remember, Flour is Our Specialty.
BURR & FLANDERS,
<vn21tf No.4 BLAKE’S BLOCK.
September 8th, 1873.
sepfl tf J
Still Further Reduction. GKEAT BABGADfS
Tlie startling diawfaack on nearly all medicinal
agents has ever been that in their process of
punration and purification they have also debili
tated the system. To obviate this difficulty phy
sicians have long sought for an agent that would
Purge, Purify and Strengthen
At One nnd the Same Time.
B Their research has at last boon rewarded by a
discovery whirh fully realizes the fondest desires
of tberocdica) faculty, and which is faitfr regard
ed as the most important triumph that pharmacy
has ever achieved. This important desideratum is
Dr. Tutt's Vegetable Liver Pills,
Which purify Co blood and remove all corruj
humors and unhealthy accummulations from tl
body, and yet produce no weakness or lassitude
whatever, but on the conarary tone the stomach,
and invigorate the body during the progress of
their operation. Thor unite the heretofore irre
concilable nudities of a Strengthening, Purgative
and a Purifying Tonic.
Dr. TuttN Pills are the most active and
searching medicine in existence. They at once
attack the very root of diseases, and their action
is so prompt that in an hour ortwo after they are
taken the patient is aware of their good effects.
They may he taken at anytime without restraint
of diet or occupation; they produce neither nau
sea, griping or debility, and as a family medicine
they have no rival.
Price 23 cents a box. SoW by all Druerists.
Principal Office, 48 Cortlandt street, Xew York.
Closing Out Prices ! Dresses and Suits !
Dresses and Suits will te offerred at
Macon Standard Mean Time.
H AVING perfected my arrangements to correct tho slightest error in tlie time-keeping of my lino
Regulator, bv th*» erection of an observatory and one of the most approved TRANSIT INST Rt -
J ME NTS, for the purpose of observing the meridian passage of the sun and uta— 11 —»*>•*•« v “-’*
the exact Macon mean time to within a fraction of a second.
•.•Special attention paid to the Repairing and Rating of fine If atches,
new work made to order.
and htors, I will bo able to keep
•well as all kinds
| Greatly Reduced Prices! j fair Ground Privileges l
closing out prices until the 27th instant. ]
j During tlie remainder of this month.
Our goods must be sold, and will be, if bargains
are an inducement. . _ .
J We will open in a few days the Latest Novelties
This opportunity will be offered for only fire | and Styles in
following privileges during the coming
S^ta«SS«2SiS , ?^ utincluje0,lr LADIES ’ DRESSES > SUITS AND DRESS 600DS GEORGIA STATE FAIR
whole stock* in tliestPliargain prices.
Come nnd see that we will prove our assertions.
Remember, wc have but five days more.
W. A. BANK3 & SONS.
Witli our usual assortment suited to the season, j
and invito the attention of buyers.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
street between Oak mid Arch. Is within a few
minutes walk of the business port of tbe city, de
pot and workshops, and has proven to be a healthv
place. Apply to
D. D. CRAIG.
anglOeodtf R- A. MORRIS.
JOHN P. FORT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TYTE hare this day sold our stock of GOODS
r t to W. J. Lawton, and bespeak for him the
liberal potrooase of our customers.
LAWTON A BATES.
September 18th, 1873.s. p3l tf
R ESPECTFULLY solicits orders for the pur-
Hiaae <rf cotton and consignment- of same
from his planting and mercantile friends. As
salesman, with an ctpawe at twenty-seven
years, be has no hesitaiwjr in saying he can cuar-
B*rs. oe nos no nesttancr m
antee perfect etidactim to both buyer and seller
and pledges caiefol attention to all bej I
trusted to hia care.
Office, in Hollingsworth block.
I 1 Tl»* makers of I>r. Pro
Baking IVwiirr and Signal hsrc ad-
I % lor jairehaains matcnal. in la nre quan-
titicaand arra'uwmcnts for manufacturing more
fimiplt't, »n<i r th«i »nv I'tVr nunulir-
lunr». whirh riuailrt Ibrjn I« «hm)lrn« »nv prr-
u, to podurv • jvrtrrtlr p«irr powder or
livioqt eilrwrt u . le— pnre U»n the, ofler Dr.
Prtor’u Ther rare not how ff—t th, eompetition
<w inducemonu lo mi itwr—w U proSU br »diil-
terwtim. they detenonxil lo protect the <im
.amer hy hirautun, rtnrtly |w»w md neliobtr er
ttclrs at a living profit.
Wc. the undervmcd I>rujrg:>ts. take pleasure
in commending to the trade D*. J. Bkaitxeld’s
Female Rkouiatoft. believing it to te a rvod
and reliable remedy for the diseases for which he
W. A. La.ssDEU- Atlanta. Ga.
I’xmbektos, Wilson’, Taylok ± Co-
Repwtkk A Fox. Atlanta Ga.
W.C. Lawshe. Atlanta.
W. Root a Son. Marietta. Ga.
j figures, can be:
•apply themselves with
Kitchen Furniture at low
here thrr can olrf.-.-n
-*at THIS OFFICE.
MIE FLINT HOUSE, containing twenty-five
. rooms, with garden and outbuildings. One
°f the teat stands for a boarding-txsme in the city.
ROBERTS or MILO S. FREEMAN.
W. A. HOPSON & CO.,
Hew CroodsJ «»"'1« s ecoxdsteeet.
lected, and cheapest stock of
Staple anti Fancy
Wk invite all to call and examine our Stook of
goods and te convinced wo sell THE BEST
GRADES of GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES.
This week we invite special attention to the
Gravely’s Genuine Chewing To-
ble to the committee.
No jmper taken but such as can be used in any
bank in the city. Notes to be given on the day of
L. W. RASDAL.
F. A. SHONEMAX,
Harwell’s Chewing Balsam.
Fine Toilet Soaps,
Notice in Bankruptcy.
j rpHIS is to give notice tlrnt on the lath day of
T HE residence of the late J. R. Butts, on First
street, oernpitd at present by J. L. Sauls-
burr, eligibly loemtud and cwurnieot to business.
Pteseasioc given October 1st. Apply to
A. B. ROSS.
aeplOtf Or CAPT. A. G. BUTTS.
Booms For Kent,
^YER office of Southern Express Company.
T. H. HENDERSON.
At Express Office.
Stores for Rent.
J on Cotton Avenue, near the corner of
Cherry street, ami th*? other on Cheny
: «•*•:;. ?: A• 1’ :■ :.
tely. Apply to
min’- Block, over Yol-
Molbem a.'id n>*> : d
STATE OF GEORT.IA—TEor-r Cot-TTT: I H'n-r :!":•!*
This i» to certify that l liavo eij«r.i!n»d the Mnvb, Manxi, G&.
renpr tf I»r J. BrwlrW-Ul. of thi- cou'*.t\. as a i
±L7ZSI'iv CHAS. COGNSELMAN & CO.,
lhrdl«aar»o< femsks Lit a hirh h* nx-oiniDeTKis _ , ^ _
Tbi> Ui«ir.ter it General Commission Merchants,
(KIS A 1.4Hi
i 11. Oriel
I Refer to W. A. Huff. Ma
E will have a fine lot of Black Jack Wood at
our yard to-daT. 1,000 o ni** arriving and
to arrive. BUTTS A ROSS.
rill sen Coal at*
mer rate uni
t at Messrs.
which we offer at bargain prices:
10,11,and 12-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS,
10, 11 and 12-4 SHEETING,
IQ, 11.12 and 14-4 BLANKETS,
4, 5, and 6-4 BLEACHED COTTONS.
TABLE DAMASKS and TOWELS,
PIANO and TABLE COVERS.
BLACK GOODS IN THE CITY.
BLACK SILKS, of best makes, at New
COLORED SILKS in all the new and
shionable colors, and every!
and stylish in DRESS GOODS.
WATER-PROOF LADIES’ CLOTHS—
ruptev was issued against the estate of Sophia
A. E. Freeman, of county of Sumter,
and State of Georgia, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt on her own petition, and that the pay
ment of any debts, and delivery of any property
belonging to said Bankrupt, to her, or for her use,
and the transfer of any property by her, are for
bidden by law * that a meeting of the creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
. chfM.*.-on** or more -of h.-r •**••.t* »>••
Fine English and American Hair j B a a t ' 1 K^,fl.K ,1 KA:
Esq., before Isaac Beckett, Esq., Register,
mi. j— * *» 1873, atSo’docl
icy, America*. (
\V. H. SMYTH.
U. S. Marshal, aa Messenger.
LTJDDEN & BATES,
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
' SAVANNAH. GA.
Extra Fine Oolonge Water,
A mamoth Stock of fine and coarse SPONGES,
Hunt, Rankin & I'funar’s,
Notice in Bankruptcy.
> is to give notice that on the 19th day of
jptember A. D^ 1S73, a warrant in Bank-
untey was issued against the estate of Charwick
._Tharpe, of Drayton, county of Doolvjind State of
Georgia, who has beer, adjudged a Bankrupt on
liw own petition, and that the payment of any
debt-, ami delivery of any «pa(y belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him, or for his use. and the
transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by
law: that a meeting of the creditors of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose
one or more assignees of his estate, will be held
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Amer
icas. Ga., at the office of Allen Fort, Esq., tef«>re
Beckett, Esq.. Register, on the 6th clay of
TflVP«—(1 \otif e. Octob. r. A. D., WS, at So’clock p. M.
lclALN KHJVUUU XlVllC. T. Goode, Esq^ Attorney. Americus. Ga.
HIE County Coanmissioiiers have notified me
without further delay and pay tlie.
Persons, white awl colored, who owe poll and
road taxes only, must pay up to save cost, as i aio
rerjuirerl by law ^
state'ami | Notice in Bankruptcy.
rpiIIS is to give notice that on the 18th day of
T '• fa. Coll 'tor Bilil> County. 8tate of Georv-i:., wlio lia» been tuljuJeM a Bank-
“ TmeMwnorni—— mj.t on hL , own petition, and1 «•» the ,nv.
fashionable colors, and everything near j Mills and Land for Sale Cheap, j
^ . - *— by him, art I _ _
’ the creditor* of
_ debts, and to
in .11 | Creek.'witll“v.'atrr",«“wer«iuji toon.' huudnil I “^^“0.11 or more aiCi^nwt of hianUte.willhe
in aU colors. horv; power, sirnatei in Houston county, mtkfai Md ,t a Court of Bankruptcy, to'lie holcl.n ,t
t, ,. o u un T7~.ni I three miles of No. 2 Station, Southwestern Rail- vmericu*. Ga~ at the office of AH'
Enching, Sash Bibhons, Kid Gloves I ~..,i k«i~ before Iuuw Beckett Rrauw
and all novelties at the lowest prices. | ^^Murt^r pgticulan, 5^£ Lr j ^T'aSriSTot Go^lc, UlenFort, At-
Piano*. Organ*, KukIc, and nil klnrfrf
of .tliialcal In.strumentN. Larjccut
Mock I11 the Mouth. Lowest
Price* In tlie .South. Rent
Instrument* in the Mouth
Don’t 13uy a Diano
Without first writing us for prices. We ore the
most extensive l’iano Dealers South and can
the cheapest. Your choice from five of the be*
makers iu the United States—any style and price
desired. Fine pianos, 7 octave, rosewood cases,
tarred legs, nt $2»«5, $275, $290, warranted for five
years; superb pianos at $300, $325, $3J>and H<4
The vary brat pianos at $400, $410. $VU>. 6400. $5»
nnd $«0o. Piano* sold by small monthly PV
ments. Pianos for rent. Phuioa nowshippd te
nil parts of the South. Every one thinking cf
buving i* invited to write us for lowest cash or
time prices. Illustrated catalogues sent frw\.
Headquarters for the celebrated
MAHON AND HAMLIN ORGANS!
Best and cheapest. New* styles nnd New Price*.
Send fo** caiahfgue, giving full disruption.
Churches, Schools and Teachers lib rally d*«.t
with. Organs delivered free of charge to «*fh
buyer in any part of the South. Prices rank* as
Sheet Music and Music Books.
A splendid stock. Tbe test publications of »wsy
publisher always On hand. Largest discount to
Dealers, Teachers* and Schools. Any pwee «
Music or Music Book maii-d post-paid, on receipt
of retail prices. Catalogues fire.
IF YOU WANT A
Violin, GuiLar, I lntc. Aocordean, Flutina, Fife.
Flageolet. Cornet. Drum, sett of prime hiring* or
anything under the sun in the music line,, wo
can furnish it. Goods sent C. O. D. for exam lo
tion to any part of the South. Our order trade is
immense. We advertise largely, keep what^wo
ml mi I ion perform what
this way Iiave built up
The Largest Trade in the South!
Send for price lists, circulars, calalocue*. speci*
men copies, of Souther - ” J * ' 1
year, and try us with
re advertise todo, and ia
Musical Journal. $1 1**
S. Waxelbamu & Bro.
Proprietor, “NEW YORK STORE."
**Pg1tf 45. and 47 Second street I
Huff’s New Buildin?, Down Stairs,
"\TJOULD be pleased to hare a call from his old
t T fu>tomers and the public generally.
E. B. POTTEE, M. D.
TICE Wool’s BUick, S. <on«l street, third
bdot Johnston jewelry establishment.
Residence Lanier House. * julylfi tl
I rpHE firm of Peyser A Glass is direoJinrtbT mu-
! 1 taal consent. &
Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
H A £
ING refitted his entire nrexni^s, is
. . »funri-h his fr;. nd.s and jjntroJLs
withevr thinr pertaining to a first-cla.,> re>tau-
V »bi h will te served in the very test style.
He will always have oirhand
FRESH FISH, OYSTERS, SAME, ETC.
en on tbe
on >hould rive him a call.
1-t of October, at Nate
rtomv present restaurant, a
Ladies’ Eating Saloon.
»t*p7 tf JOHN VALENTINO.
Z. B. WHEELEE.
Saloon and Restaurant,
Fourth Street, op/fosite Express Office,
Meals Served at all Hours,
DAY OR Nit IHT,
A -First Class Est ablishment.
STOCKED WI1 U
FINEST WKSES AS)} LIQUORS.
torneys, Americus, Ga.
Capital 200,000 Dollars.
\VM. B. JOHNSTON. V
JOHN J. GRESHAM, J
TEST rami a mfoaml «* CYPRESS
eJ .SHINGLES, rival and ilrawn.
A Superior Article!
For sale by
B. H. WRIGLEY & CO.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT
In the matter of Nathaniel S. Walker, Bankrupt.
r ) whom it may concern—The undersigned
hereby rives notice of his appointment as
Assigneed Nathaniel s. Walker,of the eountyol
Putnam and State of Georria. within said district*
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own
petition, by th*: District Court of sold Miarirt.
ROBERT A. NISBET.
T HE undersigned have teen appr>inted sole
au*entH for the State of Getmria for the
COLVKRT STEAM SUGAR REFINERY.
CHESAPEAKE STEAM SUGAR REFINERY.
MERCHANTS’STEAM SUGAR REFINERY,
ot Baltimore. We solicit order* from tte trade
h i ■< 1 will guarantee prices to be as low as if or
1^-plS Un WARFIELD X WAYNE.
FRENCH’S NEW HOTEL,
rwwlv fitted up nml ennreb; n-nomt.il ' hl J
(Forim-rlv Mr>. Ximukj’l)
SCHOOL FOR rouwa ladies,
275 and 277 Madison Ave., N- x. Cit>*
P JiOF. GEORt.K S. BLACKIK. h.yj“''
nirie ».M« iat«l in the uwuutnwn! o(
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In? m XT -MALISON AlENLB.