THE MACCtt DAIL? TELhGKAFH AXU IfWWNGlilU FRilDA* MORjfIis T C?r SEWpIBEIt 26,
ftRST NATIONAL BAN K of MACO N
(Trlriirnpli ($3Ht', r >nii\cr
TMJkSACfr A i.TMUAI llANKIMi i;l >l.\LSS.
NINETY-SIX CITY LOTS.
A GENTS for G*v
Letter front the .Mu-tor «>! the
Georgin State Orange.
FHHLPS, HoKEMU.S A OORBEXT,
WAJIUFACTTKHBS ASD n*\UBK8 TS
PARLOR. CHAMBER ANO OFFICE FURNITURE,
MATTRESSES, SPRIN6 BEDS, ETC..
2»v| m,,! 260 C'annl St.. Near Brosdwriy, New York.
WM. PHELPS. OI1S COKBETT. WM. f. DOKEMUS.
^VIIOLESALE DEALER IN
EXCHANGE BANK OF MACON
Office fa ft*HIT* Sear Building.
Xl'LBF.RRY STUKKT, xmiix, tt.
DWIGHT L. ROBERTS A CO..
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
COLLECTION.- PROMITLY ATTENDED TO.
I. C. PLANT & SON,
“\T7E are now offering one of the 1 invest ami host as-sorted stocks of TOBACCO ami CIGARS ever
it sold in Macon; and we solicit a call from the City and Country Trade. We ha\e all grades*
from the cheajhist to the best, consisting in part of the following
WM. H. STARK A CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MER
CHANTS ANO COTTON FACTORS,
Careful attention given to sales or shipment of
Cotton inul all kinds of Produce. Lilvml advances
m:ule on consignments. Agents for the sale of E.
Frank Coes Boos Superphosphate, Magaolia
Light I>rnft Cotton Gins, Prmivton Factory Yarns
and Arrow Ties.scp!2 3m
[S OP S.VLE.—On-*-fourth nak. the 1»1-
be paid within fifteen months, monthly
nt*. Note* to be given on the grounds,
titles given bribe city,
uber, brick and stone on the lota known
Armory I*roj<erty" will bo nscrvwl for
f the nty.
ill commence si 10 o’clock a. «. on Tat-
u*e, and r* atinue from day to day until
L. W. RASDAL.
F. A. SIIONEMAX,
NELLY BLY, OVER THE SEA. APRICOT,
On Which Interest will be Allotted.
as aftKEEP rrosr.
payable on call.
Advance* made on Cotton and Pro
duce In more.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
PREMIUM. J.1I. GREANER’S 11 IN., CABLE COIL,
root, *n4 in somo froa
had a fwy rliacouraj
farmers of the.-*- conn
th**y can't poodbly in
a crop, and Home go b
age over that untinmU
JOY OP THE SOUTH, OLD DOMINION. PINE APPLE.
NECTAR LEAF, COMMON SENSE, PERPETUAL ROSE
MAGNOLIA, PILLAR OF STATE,
E. n. COHKN. JK. JOS. HULL
COHEN & HULL,
Cotton Factors and General Com
66 Bay Street, Navannnli. Ga.
Refer respectfully to J. W. Latlirop & Ca, N
A. Haws Soji A Co., Tison Gordon, H. Maya
A Co., Milo Hatch, V. P. Savannah Bank and
Trust Oo.|sep!2 6m
silk* and remedies for worms, and other
topics of • ngm.-ing interest. Mr. Hop.
Icy hung to tho door with awful tenacity,
and ftgfnpirod and thought. The dark-
mw wm intense, and to add to Uhj un>
pleaaantnctfii, a mouse or a rat waa hoard
in among the papers on the Boor. Mr.
Hoplcy waa not a timid man, but he was
lsire-legged and bare-footed, and when a
man is thus situated a mouse is about
the last thing ho want* to think of. Still
itaidc continued, and greater
B ..lit in that china closet. Mr.
did not dare to make the least
. alarm his wife, because of the
other lady. whose .Toiee |
BRANDS OP SMOKING TOBACCO.
W. P. Goon ill.
FRUITS AND FLOWERS. CREOLE, BIRD S EYE, LUXURY.
•EMPRESS. COWSLIP, GOLDEN SCEPTRE,
Cotton Factor and <
GOLD LEAF, YACHT CLUB, ORANGE
;rnl A cents for the
ROGERS A LEMAN, Gi
ow justly celebrated Fertilizing Com-
would respectfully inform the public
106 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
Agents for the sale of Menyman’s Ammon in ted
that they hare a supply now ready for immediate
delivery. It is just tho article needed for Wheat
It is no longer an experiment. In no one in
stance lias it fa>cd to give satisfaction. Price $15
for quantity to compost a ton of 2.000 pounds.
ROGEKS & LEMAN,
# General Agents, Boilings worth Block.
ESPAX0LA. LA JUSTICLA, SMALL CCBARICOS,
CENTURY. GOLDEN STAR, DOLLY VARDEN,
YACHT CLUB, LA VISION. HENRY CLAY.
•sepl7-tf LA MARINOLA. CLIFTOXDALE, CIIEROOTS
he eoaltl not recognize.
How he did eurze that balloon and the
man who znggeztcd his going to aee it,
and IW. Wise, and how bitterly he re
gretted that he eould not think of that
other nreonant'z name (Itonaldzon) that
hat might mime him too. lint still the
two Indies glided on through the mazes of
the neighbors' affairs, without the least
sign of ahatement. He heard the clock
i-trike t.-n and also eleven. Once ortwice
the moose came quite cloze to hi, feet,
starting tho perspiration afresh, until he
eould f. el it tricklo from his chin and
down his body.
WM. & HOLT.
JXO. B. ROSS.
WM. B. JOHNSTON.
JOHN J. GRESHAM,
Adjoining Passenger Depot, Macon, Georgia.
IV. buses*. J. H. JOIIXSTOX". M. MACLEAN.
DUNCAN, JOHNSTON CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Com
OS Bay Street, Nnraniinli, Ga.
TIERCES NEW RICE (Very choice).
100 boxes CREA3I CHEESE.
All acknowledge its superiority to any mado anywhere or by anybody.
Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw Mills, Sugar Mills and Kettles,
Iron Bailing, Mill Machinery, Castings, and
Machinery of all Kinds.
Faught’s Patent Gin Gearing.
B. C. PLANXAGAX. W. W. FLANXAQAN.
A. P. ABELL. R. 8. MORGAN.
FLANXAGAN ABELL A CO..
Cotton Factors and General Com
1S5 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH. GA.
M ANAGING Agent** <<v t;• Un ;li--li ;tll
Fertilizer. .-Ie. K:i -'-in.- and i’i. s furnish.-,1,
and liberal cash advances mado on consignments
.for sale in Savannah, or on shipments to our cor-
res]K>ndents in Northern, Eastern or European
R. M. WATERS & CO,
20 boxes NEW COD FISH.
lust our fanner friends there
SBtb day of October n.-xt,
gmit fair in your city, the <
cil of tho Georgia State Gr,
held, and w<* hare invited th
the cotton Staten Orange* tc
that occasion, when wo prop
ate movement* looking to th<
16 Broad St., Xcw York.
900 boxes NEW HERRINGS.
with tno grip of death. Mrs. Hopley
1 rii;d in vain to open it. Then she
thought of o burglar being concealed in
the closet, and screamed for help, still
clinging to the door to prevent the fero
cious intruder from dashing out and
braining both of them and burning up
the bouse. Her eerenms, added to those
«»f tho female friend, alarmed the neigh
borhood in an instant, and among those
who dashed in was old Air. Stoeton with
a double-barreled gun, and as soon as he
learned the trouble he turned the dread
ful weapon full upon the door.
There was a stunning report, a chorus
of feminine shrieks mingled witha terrific
Cotton Commission Merchants,
MEAL, BULK MEATS,
200 kit* NEW MACKEREL.
Buy nntl sell contracts for future delivery of cot
ton. iXqiosit ontmnls of bankere, mcrcliahts and
others air «*»pociolly spirited.
boxes LUCY HINTON TOBACCO,
LAND FOR SALE,
A. M. SLOAN. ARTHUR N. SOLLEE. G.V.WYLLY, JE
A. M. SLOAN CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Com
Claghom & Cunningham’s Rangy,
Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
"FLAGGING and Tics advanced on crops. Liberal
X> cash advances made on consignments for sale
in Savannah, or on shipments to reliable corres
pondents in Liverpool, Ne\f York, Philadelphia,
Boston or Baltimore. augl (Un
100 case* WHITE ROCK POTASH.
of Georgia, at f propo** t«» visit «*v|
mNiion of it intbo in terra tor thoGranp
of tho Dutroiw of Huabnndnr.
T. J. Smith,
Man ter of Georgia State Grange.
SEYAI0UE> TINSLEY & CO.
One Thousand (1,000) acres, is now
The improvements are unequalled, consisting of
a pood dwelling, with every necessary out improve-
m.-nt. Th n- r*- N'\ent«vn csdiin.w l«»r hilw-n-rs
ttli with i.’ -»i brick chiiiii:< y>, A -ivnt ilenlof tile
Nortli Georgia Property
All Imprudent Kditor.
Mr. Fult<»n, of tho Halt imor«* Ainariain.
who ia loitering in Tjondou and Thrift and
writing up bin ndvcntunu for the reapoct-
able journal of which he is editor, has th«*
lianllnood to doocribo, with conaiderable
unction and effect, flisaa of the jiopular
n aorta of the two great citiea; he trolls
about Civniorne and tho Chateau Rouge;
he*caroU al>out the Houlier; he dwells
with pictunwotie emphasis upon the Ma-
• n>l. >Y lt!l .ib.lMli • lll-nt'TN . lie
iu*tunlly admits that ho visited tho Ar
gyll Rooms. He is, to say the very IhjoI
that can bo oaid for him, an indiscreet
gentleman. Persons who go abroad
should be wary of confoariono. The
proper thing is to describe the preaching
of Spurgeon and the appearance of Pen*
llyneinthe. The ambitious candidate for
epistolary honors should consider the
moral lieautiee of tho Hritish Museum,
and sketch the outline of the Sirbonne.
If he must gush, let him gush over West
minster Abbey and the tomb of Napoleon
in the Invalid Hospital. It is true that
these points of universal interest oro tol-
ernldy familiar to most readers. It Is
true that not much, if anything, remain-*
[«> be said which is not already contained
in the guide ltooks. Hut what of tills Y
Life in Europe, like life in America, is
J. A. DYGAN.
J. D. STILZ.
cleared laml fash. Any one desiring such a farm
Mid on tin n - t. n:i<. had b*>! upj.lv ut
HPVI?V T* Jr»Pli\V
DUGAN & STILZ,
HENRY T. JORDAN,’
T. MARION BRYAN.
Com, Oats, Wheat and Hay,
rpiIAT most bcautifnl summer nMenti In
Comer Cherry and Third streets, Under Ralston Hall.
;t*e Georgia, situated in tho picturesque
Valley, sixteen miles from tlie city of
and 1} miles from the village of Care
, immediately on the Selma, Rome and
No. 20 Second street, between Main and Rivei.
Chicago, September 17.—A pleasant
little incident occurred hero this week,
fihowlng how young lovers can defy stern
parents even when they are aided by all
the power ami vigilance of heavy-handed
olid lynx-oy«*d law. Two young people in
Philadelphia, handsome, rich, and loving,
desired to wed, but the paternal nuthon-
t im Raid nay. The prospect of waiting
t .11 the parents should relent or the lady
ounM of age was not sufficiently alluring,
noon elopement, to Chicago waa planned.
Tho intended bride made her way secret
ly to Buffalo, and there took one of the
Krie propolh*r>* for thin city, whilo tho in
tending groom came on here direct and
awaited her arrival with affectionate
anxiety, becoming as much a part
of the dock at which the steamer
was to arrive as the poet to which
she w ould moor. At last tho boat was
telegraphed from Milwaukee, and the ar
dent lover hastened to the river-side, but
wms horrified to observe, whilo cautiously
rooonnoitering the dock, the pa of his in
tended, accompanied by a detective, ap
parently looking for tho lady as anxiously
04 himself, though with other objects in
view. There waa scanty time for debate,
and retiring in good order, hc^flcd to the
ctliee of the V. O. T. Company. In a
few momenta a little four by fonrteen
tug was cleaving the muddy waters of
the river, Indching forth unusual volumes
of sooty 9moko, screeching under bridges,
and leaving a wake behind her higher
.than her bulwarks. In a few minutes
she was out in the harbor, and not long
after was on her way to Grease's Point to
intercept the big propeller. The boat
’ * ’ aided, the lady
to the tug j
am of the j
„ . cerchiefs of \
■sengan on the propeller,
the harl*or,throttle-valve j
tho steam- gauge up to ,
ILANTERS are requested to call around and sooit. It is not necessary that you buy more than
one powt-r to run vour frin a lifetime. Many buy Horse Powers and have to buy a Gin Gear rest
r. This Gin Gear'has an IRON CENTRAL SUPPORT to prevent settling of gin house, AN
OX KING POST AND IRON BAND WHEEL SHAFT. Made only by
J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON*
The property is well known
ic residents of the late Mrs. Francis L. Bartow.
Will fill orders for Com from points in Illinois,
Tho house is commodious and comfortable and
tho situation Uautiful, healthy and attractive.
The farm contains 240 acres, and the place can be
subdivided and easily sold, leaving n small farm
for tho owner of the residence.
Solo to take place in front of tho Court-house,
in Rome, Ga, on the first Tuesday in October
TERMS—One-half cash, balance in one and
twoyears, with interest at seven per cent, secur
ed by mortgage on land.
parties making purchase accepting through Bill of
Lading from shipping points.apr25 Cm
NOTICE.—Having made arrangements with Messrs. SCHOFIELD & SON for the
tnre of uiy PATENT GIN GEAR, with CENTRAL IRON SUPPORT, all others an*
MAKE, USE, or SELL the same, as I shall prosecute to tho extent of tho Inwall pc
infrinpn^ on my patent. L. R
JAMES H. BLOUNT.
JOHN L. HARDEMAN.
BLOUNT, HARDEMAN & HARDEMAN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office, Cherry street, over S. T. Walker’s.
M OULDINGS, Brackets. Stair Fix
tures. Builders’ Furnishing Hard
ware, Drain Pipe. Floor Tiles, Wire
Guanis Terra Gotta Ware, Marble and
Slate Mantel Pieces.
Southern Freight and Passenger Line
GHAKLESTON, S. 0.,
] Window GlaMK a Specialty.
Circulars and Price List Sent free on
P. P. TOALE,
20 Hayne and S3 Pinckney .sts„
E. W. & S. H, JEMISON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
RICES LOWER THAN EYER!
Otfice 52 Second f*t., Macon, Georgia.
ILL practice in the courts of Macon and ad
jacent circuits, and in the Supreme and
Charleston, S. C.
FRANK M. HIGHT, Executor.
Federal Courts of Georgia. Sitcrialattentioiigiven
lo matters in Bankruptcy. •
ROB’T. A. NISBET.
-TO AND FROM-
Comer MULBERRY ST. and COTTON AVE.
(Over Payne’s Drug Store),
Tin* Fall Term of this Institution will open on
Return thanks to their numerous Mwcliant customers for the very liberal^pat-
WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER h
ronage and confidence extended to them in the past.
They also announce that their Fall and Winter stock of
M essrs, woodward & toole. of Dooly
county, Ga., having formed a legal copart
nership, respectfully offer their services to the
public, and will practiceinthecounties of Wilcox,
Dodge, Irwin..Worth, Macon, Sumter, and Hous
ton. Special attention given also to eases iu the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
Address, Vienna, Ga.julvIS d3m*
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIK
ERCER UNIVERSITY, now
. fifth year of successful o|x*ni
ixl in 1$71 to tho city of Macon,
s ami clecant buOdimrs, erectin
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
hove in sight and was boa '
w:h found, hugged hurriedly
shipped, bluahesand baggage
then, with a triumphant ser<
whistle, amid the waving ban
the tug made ft
wide open and __ o „
'* vbuiger.” At the first dock a hack was
secured and the levers vanished. Half
an hour afterwards the propeller reached
the dock. Lynx-eyed parent and police
man scanned the passengers, but the
mitring girl did not trip down the gang
way. They Kxutlcd the boat and found
no txnmi of her. Then they questioned
the officers, and found that a lady an
swering to the description they gave had
been on the propeller. Whore was she?
S!h left the boat for a mg just outside
the harbor. Then there was swearing in
hot haste and a rapid search for the tug
and the hackman. but the young Loch in
var of Lake Michigan and the lost bride
of Philadelphia had m.nlo good their es
cape, and have eluded detection in what
ever paradise they have found.—Corre-
mt of libraries and mode:
ut us, it offers facilities for aciiuiriiur ft liberal or
business education equal to those of any college
i the country. The plan of study combines the
lose or collcv-inte <nurse, ami the elective.
The city of 31 aeon is entitled to twelve scholar-
liips.to be filled by ai»iK>intment of the City
ounciL Free tuition is nlso Oflnd to the sons
r ministers of all denominations, residents of
Boon I. at $12 per month, enn bo lind ut the
Mess llall—a new and commodious Imildiiur.
Students Uiurdmr nt the Hall are expected to
iiimish the rooms they occupv. Boarti can also
be had in the city at about $25 p<*r month.
The price of tuition is $»lo. payable $20 on 1st of
October and $40 ou 1st January.
Former students intending to return, and ap
plicants for admission, are earnestly requested to
report them selves on the day of opening, or as
soon thereafter as powible.
For catalogues, or further information Lv letter,
address JXO. J. BRANT LY.
»*pl*.*-9tawtf S.sT> tarv Fncn.ltv
I DUS L. FIELDER.
DRAWINGS DAILY AT 5 P. M.
H. & I. L. FIELDER,
Attorneys .at La\
«r tie* glittering
»e Jar.iin Mabille
rtu in t ho most in
ti. crossing the
. he did not think
loss himself. Such
>.• brooks! by ai.
The women eritsl
m by suck conduct
THREE TIMES A WEEK FROM NEW YORK,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $7,000.00
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
"YITILL five prompt attention to all business
v T confided to them, in the counties of Ran
dolph, Stewart, Quitman, Clay, Early, Calhoun
and Terrell, the Supreme Court of Georgia, ami
the District and Circuit Courts of the* United
States Jor the Southern District of Georgia.
s*»Iitl7-tf . .
30,310 PRIZES j
IXG TO $03,
For 1878, complete in every respect, has been received, to which especial attention
Increased facilities, with more extended storage room, and a detenoination not
to be undersold, enable them to guarantee prices as low, at all times, as i^tain in
Hew Tork City.
OKDERS SOLICITED AXD PROMPTLY FILLED.
TICKETS $100, SHARES IN PROPORTION.
J y the above scheme, formed by the temarv’
ELI IGAJfT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS—SEA VOYAGE 10 TO V
HOURS SHORTER VIA CHARLESTON.
LUDDEN & BATES,
SOUTHERN 3IUSIC HOUSE,
TJIE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO,
it, in alliance with tho Fleet of Thirteen First-Class Steamships to the
to the Quick Time and Regular Dispatch afforded to the business public
49 SECOND STREET AND 28 COTTON AVENUE,
anil 12 of than drawn out at random; and that
ticket having for it» combination the 1st, Sd and
Sd drawn numbers, will be entitkd to the Capita!
Prize of $*•
Tliat ticket having on it the 4th. 5th, and
fitli drawn numlsTs, to *. —...........
Hint ticket having on it the 7th, Sth and
9th drawn numbers, to
That ticket havinyon it the* 10th, 11thand
12th drawn numbers.to..- 1'.
That ticket having on it the 2d, Sd and 4th
drawn numbers, to..—...^
That ticket having «m it the 3d, 4th and
5tli drawn numbers, to
Thai ticket havinr^ on it the 5th, 6th and
7th drawn numbers, to.
That ticket having on it the Gih. 7th and
Sth drawn numbers, to
That ticket haring on it theMh.vth and
10th drawn numbers, to
Tliat ticket liaviug on it the tab, 10th and
llth drawn numbeqUp
That ticket havimr on it the 1st. 2d and
4th drawn rumbers, ta .......
Tliat ticket having on it the l*>t,2d and 5th
drawn numbers, to...- —
That ticket having writ the 1st, 2d and 6th
drawn numbers, to v—
All other tickets (being 307, with throe of
the drawn numbers on), each.
Those 66 tickets haring on them the 1st
and 2d drawn numbers, each. f - -,^
Those 66 ticket! baring on them the 5dand
4th drawn aumhers, each
AI other ticket* («» ing 4^44) with two of
the drawn numbers oty each
A i ■ i’. :'. ' ti... l.'.TI-' a.:!.
one only of the drawn numbers, each...
WILEY JONES & 00., Proprt
Is first-class and in business center.
The Wrong Spring.
he Sutter (CaL) Banner,
folkmiar is from HortJott Sjmngs,
i as U well known, there area num-
small springs possessing various
ies. The *irater of some is roeom-
for drinking ptnposaa, of others
thing, or for the cure of certain dis
tant the one to which our narrative
is a email rods spring, the water of
is considered an excellent drink,
spring recommended for th$ cure of
>t exceeded in exed-
are regularly on the
Plnno«, Orxant, Mudr, and all kinds
of Musical Instriiiurntx. Largest
Stork In the ftouth. Lowest
Prices In the Mouth. Best
In*trumeni* la the Mouth
Don’t Tiny a, Piano
Without first u riling us farprieoa. We are tlie
most extensive IV.: o!V^ltr> N uih a:ri cao v.11
the cheapest. Yonr choice from five of the l>est ]
makers m the United Sluta aqy style and prim
C. J. GAMBLE.
A. W. GIBSON.
TO NEW YORK,
Wood hull. Commander.
solves Calculi and “Chalk.v” Debits; Cun
Gout, Itheuinntwm, DyipetJUa, Neurilsri:
i Jravd, Diabitis, Disea-ses of the Kidneys, Li\
•rand Skin, Al>lomiu:il Drops v, Cl ironic Dial
rh«*a. Omstipation, .Asthma, Norvuiisnes:
Sleepteomeas. GenoM Ik-I.ility, ‘and nearly ev
;ry eki-s* of ( 'hronicJJi.sea.v-. *l^,mphlets*con
laming History of the spring and T>Miiuomal
:rom Medial Jourimli, Kminent Physician
ind dUtimmishfsl citizen*-, s#*?it free bv niai
>>y WHITNKY BROS^Gen’lAgenU-.SJTSoutl
front stm Philadelphia. For sale by all <lrug
ies Hkrrv, Commander.
fhaileatiwii S. C.
! ^GEORGIA ...
|l SOUTH CACQLLNA.
that an old gentleman who
i with corns made it a practice
e «oda spring every evening
Cdhu a mk Before turning
:ht, under the impression that
ud IDOL Fhooi- aokl b' small monthly
Rents, l'ianos for rent. l*iaiK» now diipped to
11 parts of tlie South. Ktery one tliinking of
curing is inritexi to write us tar lowest cash or
line prices. l!’..-.«*:r»t«-d craalocues sent free.
Headquarter* f«*r tin? M(Mm
MlftOS A\n K.lffLI^ OKCAN.H !
lest and ctepst. New style* and New Prkvs. |
end for catalogue, raving full discnpiion.
hurehes, sdac* »* and T^mIxts liberally dealt
ith. Organ* delfveresl free of charge to each
nw in any jnrt of the South. Prices •c.me a*
to it a pructi.se to go to soda
a'drink before retiring,
3y a little after the old
xrougli soaking his corns,
fastidious in their tasted
mrefaHy rinse out the
f a drink, but one oven-
lappened to cotm down
SAILING Agent. Churleston, S. C.
I u this country where
Loom Reeds, Harnesses
TOTAL CAPACITY40,000BALES MONTHLY
Patent Wire Heddles
Are made under one management.
i COTTON and WOOLEN
Also, SUPPLIES trnedi
MILL-S pron.pt!>' fumisbed.
D. C. BROWN,
Lowell, 31a#«, U. S.
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS,
Sail from Pier 20. North River, New York,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
> a The pjiKseuger tu cutn-
/jL r*- modal ions on steam-
S 41 LING'DAYS-^KVERY' FIFTH DAY.
8A1L1AM pAUL c TRENIIOLM. Aeent, Chari.-
AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
■t ivT) FLAG - .Sail Every Saturday.
A A: ‘ JAMES ADGER x CO., Agent*, Charleston, S. C.
tho*eof Competing Lines. Marine Insurance one-half of one per ccn
S OF L.AOING AMD THItOUOH TICKETS
ind Railroad Offire, in GemRin, Alrtama. Tenunwee ...a
ridt in ndnuiM. .ilhuot nzlrz charge. 0y »iar«MUU5
in all rttaea, the Railn.a<l Ticket, -b.mld •«
eu b? thi. Route include Tmnafene Meal, and State Boom, alu.eon
jachorgu in the mnirhcn
county. V.i., w. nt to
not long *anv
niially grootoil. and earn*
Aisirs vr. GXE5L BOnZBT H
W. A. RAMSOM & CO,
Wesleyan Female Institute
BOOTS AND SHOES
RATES OP P.OShAGE TO
hat. Steamers, n edJStcainera.
-i.: .suu> from .MartlMiwt
i .:nl rumuo f«g mOuImi
•r rMiihanM* ol 5» piuor*, ndiin*»
K t \ W. A. HA Kiita Pnwwicut,
1 StouuL'M. V
2 Kin. Hoodan*.
2 Fine i ktldcn Pcdarti*.
I Fin* Mhcr Suinsled H.t
5 Fuv W. F. Black
1« F« i. Brahin?**.
5 Fr 1 *rx Bra> mu.
10 Pipe Buff Carha-,*.
1 Fi»» • fart. t\« ui-.i.
2 Pair* sp»ui*h Bantam^.
2 Pair Hb<*k C*>Tua Imtil-
T« w» fk»ni
Cabin return tickets
aee u ring lx-»t ac-
Certifii-ates for pwftagefi ot
way station in Great Britoin
KLTCHUM A IUETRILGE,
BARKERS ANO COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
-You told me to make mv>*df at home
madamc. JtB'*. it I d bei*u at home, and
found all th*** iwho« ut the fire-place, I
k on Id certainly have taken them up.”
Wilted, did she ? Don't you bet on a Giles
eount v l.uly buing thaa easily outwittod.
She went straight to the kite hen, stuck
every feat In r li«Lck in that chicken. aew»i
iU head ,.i:. aud the smart pruocher didn't
get a bit of it.
LOWEST MARKET PRICES GUARANTEED.
And their cor..*ocun« AJiwa ,7k .ml West. Oi
and Paamjiwera between the Northern Cities and the South and wesu o
i',m,imz Railroads Firat-Clare Steeping Cara. . .
new,. The Mara**™ will u»er«ry ejertion tomtiz^f
nwmoe be m Di^pzteta znd th.- M>Agent.,
For further tnformMion. upply to J. ’ vyh. Bi'IC'l
SELL. Getteipi Agent, K O. Box KTW. OfBee $17 Bruedwv
j Kentucky University, j
T OCATKD n» AmiiaiHi.tbe leone .J H«nr> Clay J
Li andoM Tranavlrama. Su oJI-m in o|>t*Z
I at ion. «)lh *• prvOe^.is and rtou atudrnU from
] 2* Siam. Lr.itre fm* for <\ill«v y«ar, B'. exrrpt
I :n Ur tarn. Mtvltiu) and Comm«mal Cfllhvm.
! Bo-.ntmg from 52 u> $5 per w»**k. For CatakigiH-, J '
I ad.tn-n J. H. ItoWMAX, Eccrnt, Lexington. Ky.
| nu-'iirilaw liu 1
i a pert or rail-
id or tin; Cou-
Etrhanxe Building, ftavaunah, (-a.
> Taylor IWhut City
. C. i i.!!i ur. Pr-Siih n:
New Y ' ‘
•rk ; .5.4m j. Ci*
Morris ixci. huu
^ Henderson brothers.
Or to ^ Bowling tJreen. V
T. II. HtxuztMuh, Agent. Mueun. Ga.
M. Mr Michael. Caab-
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