For Sole—E. L fttrohecker.
Stonge—Sanlnlrarr. Cherry A Blvungame
Fi»r Rent Ch^ap—Ed. A. Shiver.
Lm( or Stolen—B. H. Napier.
Store House to J>nt in Eaton ton—Apply to 1
Prnddrn, Eatonton. or C. E. I’rntUen, Macon.
Anction—Gw, H. lYatt.
W, A. HOP0ON db OO.
Are now opening a stij*rb stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods!
Mr. W. A. Hopson write* to them from New York
a* follow* : T have ma le a heavy combination
here. Wo havo bought goods in large quantise* of
parties who were obliged to »*11 at great nacnficea.
and the majority of ocr stock can i»e sold at prices
lower than those which prevailed before the war.
**Tboee silk and wool Poplin* coet the importer*
Go cents—sell tl.^-rn at 374 rente. The KteinbacL's
yard wide Furniture Print* coet to import 40 cents—
sell them at 27 rente.
“And in making the stock, always giro our cus
tomers the advantage of what we save in purchasing,
no matter how low tho goods are bought."
W. T. BROWN S
SAW All BA11B1T,
XO. 13 COTTON AVENUE,
la now in foil operation, making pictures i
style known to the Photographic Art, at i
dentedly low prices for cash Rat ns faction guaranteed
in every instance. Call on W. T. Brown, late of the
‘•Photographic Temple." octl4-lt
GOLDSMITH A NUS8BAUM,
ro* SALS ST
Z. W. HUNT dc CO., 3>rn??ists,
Nos. 82 sod 34 Cherry Street,
,0,31-1f MACOff, CKOUGIA.
- THE EXHAUSTED 8TSTEJL
JpRiruer is a debilitating season, End the rnJdcn
change of temperature which takes place at this pe
riod of the year finds the healthiest of ns consider
ably enervated by tbs proceeding beat, and the
weakly and delicate almost prostrated. Tills is nbt
a (Trorahle condition In which to encounter tbs raw
cold winds of October snd Us chilling fogs and
night dews, and consequently intermittent fever,
dysentery, bQUoos attacks and rheumatism are more
or less prevalent everywhere, but especially In lo
calities where tbs atmosphere is naturally unwhole
some. In order to avoid tbs dangers arising from
these Cannes, the exhausted system should now be
renovated and Invigorated by a coarse of II03TET-
TER'S STOMACH HI WEES. This purest and most
potent of all vegetable tonics snd exhilaranta regu
lates tbs accretions while it renews tbs strength,
snd purifies tbs fluids of the body, while it gives
firmness end vigor to tbs nervous organization.
Free from tbs unpleasant flavor which renders tbs
ordinary tonics so repulsive, composed of extracts
snd J aloes of Uts choicest vegetable invigorante and
correctives, mingled with s diffusive stimulant from
which every noxious element bee been expelled,
this renowned preparation it, In all respects, tbs
very beet medicine of its kind that the world baa
ever known. Such is the opinion of distinguished
members of the medical profession, snd the general
verdict of the public, after an experience of twenty
luring which nOSTETIEU'S HITTERS liavo
t ""d a greater popularity and a more extensive
___ !■■ sny specific ever advertised In tbe columns
of (i'J American press.
Staple and Fanej Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, ROOTS AND SHOES,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 1
jiavk ECovrn to
The Hollingsworth Bail ding,
On Fourth street, oppoeite Adame, Jones A Rey
nolds’ Warehouse, where they will be pleased to see
their old customers, as well as new ones, to give
them an opportunity to inspect one of the finewt and
beet selected stock* in the city.
Tho Strongest Proof of Intrinsic Merit.
Deal Him—I ought to have acknowledged long ago
the box of Pain Killer you bad the goodneea to rend
me. Ite coming wae most providential. I believe
hundreds of lives were saved, under God, by It.
The Cholera appeared here soon after we received
it. We resorted at ones to tbe Pain Killer, using as
directed for Cholera. A list was kept of all to whom
the Pain Killer was given, snd our native assistant,
assured us that eight out of every ten to whom it
was prescribed, recovered. It has provod an incal
culable blessing to multitudes of poor [•eople
throughout all this region. Our native preachers
are never willing to go out on tbeir excursions w itli-
out a supply of the Pata Killer. It gives them favor
in the eyes of the people, and access to families by
whom otherwise they would be Tory in lifTereiitly
received. Believo me, gratefully and faithfully
J. Jl. Jou.vson,
Missionary bn-atow, China.
fffeM by ell drngglsla. ci in>.
This wonderful medicine baa gained a world-wide
fame for tbe cure of affections of the kidn>ys and
bladder, snd all who require it are in eearch'of tbe
heat. Dromgoole A Co.V Rnelui, prepared by reg
ular physicians of Memphis, Term., is recognized as
tbe best and cheapest. Rrico cl. Sold by druggists
THE MARRIAGE KINO.
Essays on the Emors or Yorai. and tho Foijjeh
of Aon, in regard to Social Evils, with certain help
for tbe erring and unfortunate. Sent in sealed let
ter envelopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD
A8SOCIAI ION, Rox P., Philadelphia. I'a.
WHOLESALE BUYERS AND
Country Merchants, Bear in Mind
b That great inducement* are offered at thin well
' known establishment, and bo euro to giro them a
call while laying in your winter supplies.
REMEMBER THE PLACE !
Opposite tho new Planter** Ware bouse, Hollings
GOLDSMITH k NUSSRAUM.
500 paV* of PANTS, at
GOLDSMITH k NUSSBAUM’S,
300 COATS for Freodmen and laborer*, at
GOLDSMITH k NUSSBAUM’S,
A Good Inns.—It ha* been announced by tele
graph that tho President has appointed and set
apart Thursday, the 18th of November, a* a day
for National Thanksgiving. It will occur on the
third day of the Georgia State Fair, to be held at
this place, and wr beard a prominent merchant sug
gest. yesterday, that Lhe bosine&a men of the city
close their houses of business on Thanksgiving Day,
and themselves and clerk* all attend tbe Fair and
have a good time, generally. The idea, we think,
is a good one. and if all would agree to cany it out,
it would be productive of good result*. The clerk*
who now have little hope* of a chance to attend the
Fair, would be delighted with the arrangement, and
they would be much better satisfied and pleased
with their employers after one day’s unmolested re
creation during the Fair, than to be confined closely
to business during the entire exhibition.
Acrxnxr at the Freight Depots.—There is no
abatement whatever of the business activity at the
different railroad freight depots of this city. In
deed it is rather on the increase, and each road now
leading to the dty is taxed to the utmoet to meet
the pressing demand* of freight for transportation.
Xor is tbe freight all being shipped in one direction
—both the coming in and going out passenger trains
are literally jammed.
All railroad line* leading west are choked with
freight, and the shippers of western produce here are
greatly bothered to get freight* due. Sight drafts
are plentiful without the goods for which they were
drawn. Oh, bo! bow we Southern apples are be
ginning to swim.
Washington, October i
of Iowa, ha* been telegraphed to
taiyship of War. On hi* arrival Gen. Shej
retire. It is known that Gen. Sherman accepted the
.Secretaryship unwillingly an 1 only to accommodate
Belknap is a graduate of Princeton College, New
Jersey, is 33 years old—a lawyer and served from
the beginning to the end of the war.
A few details! returns from Ohio indicate Pen
In dry good* and
good and quite a brisk
prices. In a commercial po:
sion which ha* existed in thi
most importaht feature of the week,
j Monty is now abundant for all legitimate business
_ . . and good paper is readilv discounted at the banks at
Another case, involving tbe constitutionality of I . , . , . . * ..
„ ° , . . quoted rates. We have no change to note m tho
0.-4. 4. — — :~ nn 4«4»i nn <> n-4a 4nma,1 in »V.I 1 °
That Eve.—A half dozen persons have naked ns
how in the world wo managed to pnt ont one of
I’eschke's eyes with our pen the other day. We
didn't do it. but come little rascal did, and with s
brick, which he Bung through one of the eyes paint
ed on glass, in the huge cold spectacles over the
siJewalk in front of Peechke's Jewelry store. This
is what we meant. Some people's vision is as ob
tuse as their brains.
WnrrcirLDVZts.—An officer from Ca»« county,
Ga., left at tho city guardhouse yesterday, to be
tumod aver to Mr. Alexander, the railroad contrac
tor, a white woman named Adeline Evans, with an
infant at the breast only six weeks old. She was
convicted of murder in the first degree and is un
der sentence of imprisonment for life in the peni
tentiary. She is a most wretched looking sight, and
what disposition Mr. Alexander will make of her,
we are really curious to know.
FURNISHING GOODS at Wholesale and Retail, at
GOLDSMITH .V Nt'SSHACM S.
Under Byington's Hotel.
A large stock of DOMESTICS always on hand, at
oetlO-tt GOLDSMITH A N CSS BAUM'S.
MOW MI MC STOKE,
Xo. 84 Mulberry Street, Macon, La.
o. r. GiTLroRf), j. w. srix« a co.
BURKE. GUILFORD Sc CO.,
Piano Fortes, Organs
And all kinds of
Musical Instruments and Merchandise.
Oxk Hundred Dollars in gold will bo given to
any one who will, on analysis, find one grain of
areenio or other poison in a bottle of Dr. Hurley*
Aguo Tonic. It is purely vegetables and tho moat hap
py combination that the edcnco of mcdicino lia*
developed, to combat succeed fully all those diseases
incident to a malarious climate. It being a power-*
fill auti-pcrii'-hi* it breaks the t hill in two or three
cs, having laxative properties it kec]»s the bow-
in a soluble condition and acting on the accre
tions it breaks up congestions, always more or less
attending malarious diseases, and distributes the
pancreatic and hepatic juices to their proper chan
nels, eliminating disease and its cau&o from tho
system. Used a* a preventive in half tho doeo di
rected for curing chills it gives perfect protection
from ague and fever in all its multifarious forms
and no family should be without it, especially da
ring the dull season. No other remedy wo have
ever beard of has such perfect control over these
diseases, and so little disagreeablo after effects.
Read James Ruddle & Co.’s advertisement in anoth
er column. oct? tf
Words to Mother*.—We have the pleasure of
announdng tho revival of Dr. Jeuson’s celebrated
i.vifie. r,i .Vi,rup. which thou
sands of .Southern mothers and narsOB have exton-
U*cd and justly extolled for its gentle aim-
dyno’qualities and nutritive support to infant life.
Refreshing sloop is induced, which i* tho animus of
a healthy, vigorous child constitution. To secure
thi* everything of a distressing influence upon the
nervous system, so inimical to infant life, is dis
carded from tho preparation. Mothers and muses
uso it. It will save your own rest, and tho lives of
your infant charges. Seo advertisement **S. 18 8.
m BET MU8IO
OF ALL THE AMERICAN PUBLISHERS.
We will keep a full supply of all
Hew Music a«d Music Books,
of every variety.
TUNIS O AND RDPAXR1XV 3.
Mr. GUILFORD, who ha* had fifteen yean.’ ex
perience in the hueinres. will give special attention
the tuning and repairing I‘ianos and Organs.
We are sole agent* for salo of the celebrated
Which will bo exhibited at Ura coming Fair.
TAKEN l> KKHIM.K FOR NEW OXES!
We intend to make this establishment the Mn-
nii-M r.:njHinum of Georgia, and wo feel satisfied
that tbe citizens of Macon and vicinity will sustain
ub ill the enterpriee.
All onion, filled aith promptness.
l.iU-ral discounts to Teacher* and Dealers.
Catalogues sent free on application.
RURKE. GUILFORD k CO.,
octD-lawd.tw2m 81 Mulberry street, Macon, Ga.
Gcr Horaz asd Cottos Bcbxt.—We regret to
learn that CoL Pulaski S. Holt lost bis gin lionse
and 26 bales of cotton by fire, about noon on Tues
day last, at his plantation in Houston county. Loss
The gin boose was Idle at tbe time of tbe fire and
the hands were all two miles off, snd it is almost
certain, therefore, that it was the work of an incen
Am nr from the discussion of tbe returns from tbe
Pennsylvania and Ohio elections yesterday, on the
part of a few of tho knowing ones who still take
an interest in politics, we heard nothing on the
streets worth more than a passing notico. Busineaa
is good, money is abundant and general good feel
ing and confidence pervade commercial circle* here.
Fob Corona, Colds, and Tuboat Dbobdxbs, ate
“Brown's Bronchial Troches," having proved tbeir
efficacy by a teat of many years. The Troches are
highly recommended and prescribed by Physicians
and Surgeons in tbe army. Those exposed to sod
den changes should always be supplied with “Tho
Troches" as they giro prompt relief.
Mzllov autumn weather this. It conldn't he
bettered, snd is as good as battered.
ENGLISH FEMALE RITTF.RS
Cures all female complaints;
Cures wifo, daughter and mother.
Cures cases pronounced incurable.
Cures all irregular uterine actions.
Cure* hysterics anil chlorosis.
Cures daciMI peculiar to females.
J. P. pRoamooLiyti Co.,
Proprietors, Memphis, Tenn.
Sold by Druggist*.
Why do toc Cocoh win
relievo yourself ? A few
EXPECTORANT will cure
bensions of your friends,
Q it is in your power to
doses of DR. TUTTS
you and allay the appre-
moreover, it is pleasant
to take, it produces no nausea, and strengthen* the
lung* and throat to resist attack* in the future.
Mothers need not dread the croup when they have
a l^k^e of this valuable compound on their mantle-
Do you shako ? U*e King of Chill*.
King of Chill* never fail* to cure.
Dumb and congestive chill* cured with King of
King of Chills is tho malarial antidote.
READ THESE LINES AND PONDER THEM WELL
Tbe best touts of tbe merits of* my proprietary
article is to ascertain what in thought of it at home
where it is manufactured. Such a test Lippman’a
Pyrafage can well *»tAnd. as to-day it is decidedly
the favorite remedy for chill* and fever, dumb ague
and other diseases of a malarious origin, in the city
of Savannah where it is prepared. The principal
druggtsts of the city would a* much think of doing
without castor oil in their stores as to be without
tin* popular (and deservedly *o) remedy. It is a
vegetable preparation free from deleterious drugs,
anil act* a* a tonic upon the entire system, thereby
invigorating the system, so much so as to enable it
to throw <»fT disease. Pyrafuge does not nauseate
or sicken tbe patient, and can be taken by the most
delicate person* without fear. If should* always be
at ^tand. as chills anti fever creep upon us so
stealthily that we are not aware of it* approach un
til it is upon us. A word to the wise is sufficient.
Sa: ann<ih Jfoming dVw. may 2-tf
KAYTON’S OIL OF LIFE cures all aches and
paint*, and i» tbe great remedy for Rheumatism and
KAiTON'S PILLS cure Sick Headache all
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY,
FOR THE RENE FIT OF THE
Orphans’ Home and Fi%e School.
Draws daily in public in Ralston’s Hall Block.
Third *treet, up stairs, Macon, Georgia.
The following were tho draw.) numbers, in the
Supplementary Scheme. October 13:
EVENING DRAWING—Class No. 490.
3«S 2.3, 59, 31. St. lO. 5, 22. 67, 63, 52,
Thirteen numbers drawn. octl3-lt
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. It, ISfifi.
Stolix Bxrlk Recovered.—It will be remembered
that two or three weeks eince, we noticed the fact
that the pulpit Bible of the Second Baptist Church,
in this dty, had been stolen, and yesterday morning
it was brought to this office by Mr. John Hurly,
one of our shrewdest and most worthy police offi
cer*. He was in search of some stolen property at
the house of one Josephine Slater, a notoriously
bad colored woman, and in addition to the Bible, he
found in her possession several other article* known
to be stolen. She was arrested and lodged in the
guard-house to await an examination before the
Mayor, which will take place this morning.
It is not known whether Josephine is the wretch
who stole tbe Bible or not. We incline to the opin
ion that some negro man stole it and sho merely
endeavored to concoal it until the theft might be
forgotten, when she wonld sell it. However this
may be, the theft was a most villainously mean one,
and the perpetrator should be mado to smart for it.
Officer Hurly is entitled to the thanks of the
Congregation of the Second Baptist Church for his
zeal and vigilance in the premises.
Mator’s Court.—His Honor had rather light work
yesterday, there being but three cases on the dock
et, two of which were continued, and the other,
against Ellen Morris for drunkenness and fighting,
cost her $10 or five days in the guardhouse.
Low Water.—The Ocmulgee river at this point
is now about at the lowest low water mark, and at
the wharf the bottom of the river can bo seen near
ly all the way over, and in some places it is sticking
up out of the water about two feet.
Caution—Poisonous Toilet Powder.—The use
of powders, blooms, etc., which cannot help but
ruin the skin eventually, is fast becoming super
seded by that new and exquisite beautifier, Milk of
Violets, which is sold by all druggists and fancy
goods dealers. Especially for summer use it is de
lightful. General agent, V. W. Brinckerhoff, New
Facts fob th* Ladies.—I have used my
Wheeler k Wilson Sewing Machine six years
without the least repairs, doing all my family
sewing consisting of coats, over-coats,
and vests, down to the finest of sewing, even
patching old coats and pants. Beside that, I
have earned six hundred dollars ($600) in the
six years. I earned thirty dollars with one
needle. Give me the Wheeler k Wilson in pref
erence to all others. Mrs. Lucy Dubgt.
New Milford, Ct.
If your liver is torpid and your bowels consti
pated, take one dose of Dromgoole k Co.’s Liver
Pills, and they will act so well and pleasantly you
will have no others. They are the beet purgative
Xou ever used.
Monument to Adaiu.
The New York Times says:
We do not know how much truth there is in
the story, but it is reported that tho Rev. Chas.
Rodgers, of England, is about to get up a sub
scription for tho erection of a moaitpient to—
Adam, the father of mankind! A company, to
be entitled the “ Grand International Adamite
Monument Association,’* is to bo formed, and
tho monument is to be erected upon the sup
posed site of the Garden of Eden, in Mesopota
mia. Tbe expense, no doubt, will be great. It
is tho custom to make a monument never smaller
and generally much larger than the mortal body
of the hero whoso immortal deeds it is intended
to commemorate ; and, a* thero is a well-authen
ticated tradition that Adam was nine hundred
and thirty feet high, his monument cannot, in
common justice, bo less than one thousand feet
in altitude. Bat it is estimated that a penny
subscription from each ono of the surviving
descendants of this truly great and good man—
and it is impossible that ono of them should be
unwilling to contribute this small sum—would
anfonnt to enough to pay for the erection of tho
monument, and leave enough over to procure a
handsome testimonial for Dr. Rogers, who has
been the first to suggest that it was time to wipe
away “tho stigma long attached to hnmanite
for having left tho memory of tho first hero in
its history—a man whose name, fame, actione,
death, and spiritual influence are constantly on
our lips—without commemorative atone to tell
the stranger who could appreciate it what he
had done. * A great many hard things have
been said of Adam ; but it should not be for
gotten that we owe him much, and.that. with all
his faults, he had many virtues. When Dr.
Rogers’ subscription paper is sent over here, we
ahall be ready with our penny, and, if he will en
large his plan so as to include a monument to
Eve also, we will be happy to double our sub
The Georgia Slate Fair.
From all the present indications, we have
strong assurances that the State Fair will be a
great success. Tho first element of success—the
presence of a great crowd of visitors—is now
beyond a doubt, unless Providentially prevent
ed. Not only a large crowd of our own citizens
will be present, but many from adjoining States
and from the North will take this time to visit
Georgia and spy out her resources and the in
ducements she can offer to immigrants and to
capital. Some, no doubt, will be here from
Under all of these circumstances it is of vast
importance to us as a people and State that we
make a favorable impression upon our visitors.
Men are never satisfied or pleased with anything
when they are uncomfortable. It is, therefore,
of tho first importance that arrangements be
made to accommodate the crowd that will be
present. At this time of the year, the country
through which our railroads pass is not calcula
ted to make a favorable impression upon strang
ers coming from the North. We most depend
upon the products of the country on exhibition,
and upon the statistics and reports from various
sections of the country to make a fair exhibit of
the resources of the State. We hope every sec
tion and every county in the State will be largely
represented in its various products and manu
factures, so that the stranger present may be
constrained to make a favorable report. There
will be many a “Chiel among us taking notes,
and faith they will print them.'—Federal Union.
A correspondent of the London Daily News,
writing from New York city, gives a picture of
the shameful corruption which prevails among
the custom-house officials at that port. He as
serts that his baggage was subjected to a most
rigid examination: the inspector pried into his
boots and poked his fingers into the bottles of
pomatum, “because,’’ he observed, “watches
and jewelry may be concealed anywhere.’’ Some
gloves and a few boxes of cigarettes were dis
covered, and on these the traveler was obliged
to pay a duty. But not to the government alone,
for the clerks, as well as the inspector, smoked
the cigarettes, and the latter begged a box for a
cousin, asked for a pair of gloves, and, to cap
the climax, intimated that through his interfer
ence the duties paid had been considerably
lighter than the law provided, and, with a
greedy, cunning look, he said, “ Now, don't yon
think ?”—and the victim “ responded with some
dollars,’’ when the offioer was seen no more.
Perhaps some of the color in this picture is due
to the contempt which most Englishmen feel for
the customs of this “blarsted country, you
know;” but after making all requisite allowance,
enough remains to form a forcible argument in
favor of a radical reform in our civil service.
the State tax on importations, was argued in the
Supreme Court. Tho case comes from Mobile.
Iowa elects the entire Republican ticket.
A negro who ravished a lady near Fort Washing
ton. Virginia, was hung by the people.
Philadelphia, October 13.—The Senate 13 to 15.
The House 36 to 17 ; giving 29 Republican majori
ty on a joint ballot. All the papers but the Age give
the State to Geary by from five to ten thousand.—
The Age claims 5000 majority for Packer.
Both branches of the Legislature are Republican.
Washington, October 13.—A careful comparison
L»aee<^on partial returns from thirty counties includ
ing Philadelphia and Allegelianv, show a Democrat
ic gain of nearly 4000. The remaining counties must
average nearly 200 gam to elect Packer. Geary’s
majority in Philadelphia is 3339.
Geary's majority in thirty-six counties is fully five
thousand. Among thirty counties an average of
one hundred and fifty-eeven gain will elect Packer.
Very close chances favor Geary.
Election Returns from Ohio.
Cincinnati. October 13.—Hamilton county gives
Tendleton 500 majority, and elects the entire Demo
cratic municipal ticket. Tendleton is defeated by a
very small majority. Corrected returns may elect
Tbe Houeo is Democratic. Tbe Senate Republi
can. This defeats the State’s sanction of the fif
Cleveland, October 13.—Returns have been rc-
ceitad from a third of tho State. Hayes lose* 5000.
This average carried through the State will elect
Hayes by 5000 majority. Many of tho Democratic
strongholds still unheard from.
flrtrjTOJ, Yjl, October 13.—About ten tLousznd
persons attended tbe Fair to^zy. Prof. J. Vf. Millet,
of tbe Univereity of Yirpinii. delivered an address on
tbe science of fanning as a fine ait, and how mere
sdenco can help tho fanner.
The election of officers of the Valley Railroad has
been postponed until Monday.
Major John S. Lafferty, editor of the Lexington
Gazette, has been appointed Superintendent of tho
Typographical and Stenographic Department of
Washington College, at Lexington.
Rrcioro^D, October 13.—Governor Walker left
this evening to attend the Border Agricultural Fair
at Danville, which opened to-day. North Carolina
and Virginia were wall represented at the Danville
lir, and attendance good.
It is positively understood here that General
Can by intends, t>y railroad order, to prevent any
changes in railroad organizations nntil tho State
government ia inaugurated.
New Hnuivi, October 13.—To-morrow's Repub
lican will publish a statement showing that tho to
tal collections of Internal Revenue in this district,
from all sonrcea, for September, 1869, were £125,-
297 again.t £20,170 over tho corresponding month
PinunELTHU, October IS.—The Signal Tower, on
the Mine Hill, has been burned. Tbe watchman
and his wife, snd two children were burned.
Guthocke axd Szmn-wix £ius of Comer
Burner.—Information reached here yesterday of
the burning on Saturday, of the ginbouae and
sixty to seventy-five bales of ootton belonging to
Mr. Charles Shorter, at his plantation on the
Cowikee Creek, some forty miles from the city,
on the Mobile and Girard Railroad. The gin
used was of the Gullet steel brush pattern, snd
it is supposed the fire caught from sparks emit
ted from the saws. The loss is a serious one to
Pakis, October 13.—Several public reunions have
been announced. Disturbances are feared. Tho
Government will enforce tho law auppresain
ings calculated to disturb tbe peace.
Losnox, October 13.—Derby has been ini
for several hours.
SavAMxan, October 13.—Cleared, bark Mary -kuna,
for Belfast, Ireland. Arrived, .tcamaliips San Sal
vador and Huntsville, from New York.
CimujKTOjt, October 13 Arrived, steamer I*ro-
metheua, from Philadelphia. Sailed, steamers Jas.
Adger and Flag, for New York ; brig Bella, for
CITY BANKING COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL, : : : : 8200,000
I price of gold, exchange or stocks and bond*,
latter are very inactive :
exchange on new yore.
UNITED STATES CURRENCY—LOANS.
Per month per cent
GOLD AND SILVER.
Baring rates for Gold $1 25
Selling 1 31
Buying rates for Silver 1 20
Scllling 1 25
RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.
Central Railroad Stock 118
Central Railroad Bonds 96
Macon k Western Railroad Stock. .125
Southwestern Railroad Stock 96
Soutwestem Railroad Bonds 95
Macon k Brunswick Stock 35
Macon k Brunswick Railroad Endorsed Bonds... 90
Georgia Railroad Stock 107
Georgia Railroad Bonds 98
Muscogee Railroad Bonds 90
Atlantic k Gulf Railroad Stock 37
Augusta k Waynesboro Railroad Stock 88
South Carolina Railroad Stock 40-/N5
Cotton States Life Insurance Stock 105
Cjttox.—Receipts to-day 744 bales: sales 366;
Receipts for the week ending this evening, tho
abovo included, 3679 bales; sales for same timo
2490; shipments 2652—showing an increase of re
ceipts fort he last week over those of the week be
fore of 279 bale*; increase of sales 838 bales.
Tho market dnring tho week has been generally
activo, and notwithstanding a steady depression of
prices, tho demand has been good all the while at
market rate* and operations were smaller than they
would otherwise have been on account of tho com
paratively light offering*. On tho whole week’s op
erations prices have declined about —tho mar
ket clooing quiet this evening at 24 cents for mid
dlings, with a downward tendency.
MACON OOTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1. 18G9—I'ales.. 179
Received to-day. 744 i
Received prerioariy 17,284—18,028
Sliipped today 403
Shipped previously > . .11.201—11,60-1
Stock on hand this evening 6,603
rALIGHT ON COTTON FROM MACON.
Freight, all rail to Savannah. £0.55 V 100 lbs
Freight, sail Savannah to Boston.... c V lb
Freight, sail Savannah to Liverpool.9-160, and Id V
lb by steam.
Freight, through by rail and steam to
Sew York $1.35 VJOO lbs
Freight, through by rail and steam to
Philadelphia 1.35 9 100 lbs
Freight, through by rail and htcam to
Baltimore 1.35 y 100 lbs
Freight, through by rail and steam to
Boston, via NewYork 1.70 100 lbs
OKOCKHUCM AND PROVISION*.
Trade in this line continue* moderately brisk and
prices remain very steady and firm. Bacon has been
threatening to advanco all the week; but, owing to
the fact that we are now about entering tho shadow
of the new stock, prices aro tbo samo as on the dato
of our last weekly review, except tho prico for hams
London. October 13,aevenin;
Bonds 84 V/.
Liverpool, October IS. r.oon.—Cotton opens
quiet; uplands 12j*(sfl2\; Orleans 12Mv£12.'X; sales
Liverpool, October 13, afternoon.—Cotton easier;
sales 5000 bale*.
LrvE.RrooL, October 13, evening.—Cotton market
closed with an upward tendency; upland* 12.V; Or
leans 12SL sale* SC00 bales: for export and specula
Havre, October 13, noon.—Cotton opens quiot on
spot and afloat at 188Y-
Frankfort, October 13.—Rinds firm at SS Y-
from the Honorable District
States, we will sell, within
thelezal hours <*f sale, before the Court-houso door
in Eatonton. Putnain county. Ga . lor cash, to the
hithest bidder, on 1 Hl’RSDAY, NOVEMBER ;th.
In’.o, the following property, to-wit:
The btore-h' usc anil Land attached, known as the
Hudson and lhomas Corner, situated on the north
east corner of the Public Njuaro. opposite Post-office,
and occupied at present by B. F. Johnson A Co.
Also, one Store-house ano Land attached, now oc
cupied by Dr. J. 6, Gib?en as a drug store.
Also, oneStore-houaeand Land attached, now occu
pied by James N. Bullard, confectioner.
Also, one vacant Lot on west -ideot Jefferson,
street, opposite railroad depot, on which was formerly
th© store-house of McManu* A Da;*, said lot measur
ing 100 feet on Jefferson street by 50 feet wide, being
southeast corner of Lot No. 5.
Also, cne vacant Lot lying on th© road leading from
Eatonton to Armor’s Ferry known as hot No 6 in the
survey of the real estate of James A. Meriwether, de
ceased. containitiK three acres, more or less.
All of the above property is situate! in th© town of
Eatonton. Putnam county, Georcia.
Also, ono Lot of Mild L».id, No* 432. in th© Fifth
District of Appling county. Georgia, containing four
hundred and ninety acres.
All of the above sold as the property of Benjamin
F. Adams, bankrupt, for the benefit of his creditor
guaranteed or the money
Prove it! .. w
ney rri in<ic t. u
L. W.HUNT ,kcC0.7
Avents for Vac
CHATHAM MACHINERY AGENCY,
II Rrrki SI*., Philadelphia.
—both country and sugar-cured. Tlicv aro a cent 1 BEAM h.MiINE,---incheylimler four foot stroke.
. , . _ „ I * maaabyoutUm. wtl BmIMh. i u..-h diameter,
or two higher and quit© scarce. W ©give quotations , 43 Jong.
a* carefully revised to-day.
BACON—Clear Sides (smoketf)... .6 28 ft
Clear Rib Sides (smoked)... 22
llama (country) 28 ft 30
Hams (sugar-cured) 28 ft 30
rORK—Mess 3G 50 (<t3'
1 Beam Engine, IS-inch Cjlind.
raa le by Sutton, with 3 boiler*. 36
40 K<»il»r Looms. 42-inch. 6, 8 ar
3 and 1 Shuttle*.
25 Crompton Looms. 42 and 45-in
3 and 2 Boxes. Pick and Pick.
BULK MEATS—Cl ©ar Sides
33 00 r*34 00
W. B. JOHNSTON.
J. J. GRESHAM.
and vicinity* Haring no circulation to protect,
the whole capital is guaranteed for tho security of
Depositor* and Patrons.
aug!2-d*w'.rao ' •'
Clear Rib Sides
DRIED FRUIT, per pound
RICE per pound
22 Ot 26
30 m 33
13 A 48
io a ia#
1 60 (■« 2 00
« 2 50
BL 1*1 Lit—Go* lion...............
CHEF-Si: —According to quality...
SUGAB—Aooazding to Kra*Io
MOLASSES—Assorting to pra<le..
FISH—Mackerel, bills, No. 1, 2, 3.
■t 'l no
O' 5 00
Codlirth per pound
SALT—Liverpool per each
(3j 3 00
W lilSKY—-Oom nion Bye
9 1 50 1
(,( 1 50
0( 5 00
@ 4 00
TOBACCO—Low Rrades per pound
9 1 00
«« 1 50
FLOUR—-Superfine per bbl
ft 8 50
Fancy Family Brand*
New per barrel.....
(if 13 00
(56x481st Breaker.) Mule
1 Set Woolen Cards*, 4^x4S 2d ” 120 Spindle*,
I |0g42 t Vriden«er. I 1 in. gau
( I*»x421st breaker.) M n 1 qJV ’
36x42 2.1 ** >240 Sptntfffg.
(:tnx4*2Condenser. ) l;**-»n. rnugo.
(60x48 If t Br«»ker.) Mules
s*1 46x482d “ >432 Spindles,
1 Set Woolen Cards
2 Set Woolen Cardi
r. ) SS-I
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MACON.
Corner Second and Cherry Streets.
ISOOUNT. DKPO.-rr AXD COLLECTION.
Exchange Boueht and Sold.
Liberal a<ir.-metv made on *hipments of Cotton to
any good Northern or European houses.
Collections promptly attended it.
ILL. Jewett. Wm. T. Lishtfoot.G.II.Haslehurst.
IL Ross. Wm. B. Dinsrnore. 11. B. Plant.
may 3-6m* ,
I. C. PLANT & SON.
Bankers and Brokers,
"VFFICEinthe First National Bank Building, on
J Cherry street, r^ond door from the corner of*
Second street. Will Buy Sight and Time Exchange
on the North. Savar.nab, Augusta snd other points,
ake liberal advance* ou Cotton in Store in Macon,
* on shipments of Cotton to good Northern or
European hou>e*. or on Bonds. Stocks or other good,
securities. Will purchase and sell
SI L VER,
and make investment* for parties as they may direct*.
F. M. COKER,
GRAIN AND HAV.
CORK—Yellow, Mixed and White. 1 50 @ 1 55
MEAD 1 50 W 1 60
GKITN # 1 78
OATS 90 (1 1 00
WHEAT—Per bnabel ; 1 50 (d, 1 60
Tennestae Timotlir - ..
Herds Grans 2 00
Tennessee 2 00
DON KS TICS.
DowERTice—3-1 per yard 12'-,
SsMTiNn—'7-8 per yard lZ'Aft 14
IT 2 00
lit 2 50
e> 2 oo
2 MulesSOf ) .Spindles «
l Sargent's Burr Picker. 1
COTTON MAC Hi A7 U >, FOll CO A FSJ1 YA HSS.
1 WUI»w. IlodsonV make, large m*\ Speeder 36
4 Cotton Cards, 36-im-b. »«lf Striprers and Orinder,
50 in- h traverse.
1 Drawing Pram*, four Coilcr-. Dumford’s Draw
ing Frame, six Coilcr*.
1 Condrnjer* feeder. 21 deliveries.
3 Spinning Frames,2-inch Rings. 1 ' h pindles each.
1 •• - 1*4 inch - ISO - , -
With Shafting, Belting, etc., complete to run tho
Warping Mills,by b ind and power.
1 Balling Machine, for candle wick. etc.
flhWilltakl part COTTON in trade.
A RARE INVESTMENT.
I OFFER fori.Is ivy St-ain Mill «itn«te<l in
l Montgomery county, Texas. :*’ I about 14 miles
from either Cyprese or Hockley Railroad Depot o
the IL and T. C. K. R.. consisting of about four thou
sand acres of the best Pine—well watered with Dwel
ing houses. Workshop*. Stable.-, et'*., etc., tbereo
One 40 horse power Engine, all in running order, a
all tools and implements nectary.
Titles warranted and term# liberal. For furth'i
particulars addre## tho owner,
Iloekly P. 0.. Harris county. Texas.
Or P A* M05EK. Real Estate and Land Agent,
Q«]v*«tr»n, Texas. l«A4n
McCLURE & KNOX.
A ll orders promptly and carefully
ATTENDED TO. 'oct 2-1 m i
The only remedy for Chills and Fever, or Ague and
Fever, that is or can bo depended upoo, is HUR
LEY’S AGUE TONIC. There have been thousands
cured by using it who have tried the usual remedies
WORTH? or ATTSHTTZOnr.
To Dr. Tlios. .4. Hurley:
I hereby certify that during l° st T*ar I was attack
ed with the Ague whilst in Vicksburg. Miss., and usod
several popular medicines with but temporary relief.
On reaching home tho disease returned in a worse type,
if possible, when my medical attendant ordered Qui
nine in large doses— frequently as high as sixty
grains per day. and which must hav© cost me nearly
1 consulted Dr. brnith. of Louisville, and found
he prescribed quinine and arsenic combined, which I
refused to take, preferring to let the disoase take its
course. 1 was almost bloodness. extremely exhausted,
and pronounced with cnlargo Liver and Spleen. About
this timo tho advertisement of Udtiey/s Ague Ionic
appeared in n city paper, and I determined to give it
a trial. I did so. and have no reason to regret it.
One bottle restored me completely, and since that time
l have seen nearly a hundred cases in which it acted
with equally happy results, and would certainly
recommend it a? preferable to any other tonic before
JAMES MARTIN, Engineer.
Locisvillr. Ky.. June 15, I-u\
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD!
Affections of the Hones, Habitual Cosltlve
ness, Debility, Diseases of tlae Kidneys.
DlspepiU, kCrysIpelae, Female Irreg
ularities, Fistula, all Skin
DUcases, Liver Complaint,
ludlffestlon. Plies, Pul
Kiitfc’* Kvll, Syphilis, and all Impurities
of t Ite Hlond.
Loi isviLLg, April 4, 1865.
Ilutlrv'" S»irs.n>ariila is what it is leprescnted, and
wonder!5T^ ct **cine tho
public. Nothing under the heav
to say to without proof of tho strongest
kind: therefore I speak willingly and positively*
My daughter ba* been afflicted with skin disoase
and stidiot* of the joint* for several years. 1cm-
ployod the principal physicians of tho city and they
could not cure her. I gave her your Sarsaparilla,
not expecting it would do much good, but to my great
astonishment she rapidly got well, and thank God
continues to. Had she been taking any medicine 1
would not give this certificate: but your Sarsaparilla,
the only remedy employed, loaves no doubt of its
medical qualities, and that it alone cured her.
(Signed.! U KR REYNOLDS.
Any person requiring the truth and honesty of this
statement, will find me at my residence, corner Ninth
and Walnut streets. Louisville.
POPULAR WORM CLNDY.
Ilya MHuiut I IT»” VlUir. ».!«»..»*.
and most palatable form to civ v *o children, it is not
surprising that if is fast tokin kSI’. place of nil other
preparations lor worms—it be !
and any child will tnk'
Messrs. Janies Kuddio Jr Co.— 1
me great pleasure to say, alter using :•)!d
remedies known to me. with but p
children. 1 was advised t«. try Dr. T. /^liitf!oy's,
and since using it. my children ha\e hecom
and healthy ; the rbiliren would eat it all th
is to pleasant, if wo wou.'d lot them. I b<
it ia one of tbe best and safest remedies known
nd it to one one snd all.
JAMES W. TRAVIS
v , July 3.
s suri), rccomm
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS:
d Sella Stocks. Bonds. Coin and Exchange
MONEYS invested as parties direct.
COLLECTIONS promptly rexitted on days of ma
turity. at lowest ra*es of exchange.
COTTON BOUGHT ON ORDER. [§«p7-€m*
T. J. PERKINS,
EUFAULA, --- - ALABAMA.
^Exchange. Bank Notes and Coin bought and
sold. Collections made on all-accessible points in
Alabama and Georgia. sepLli'-2m
PR0YIDEKE HIGH SCHOOL,
bot county. G_
The next session of this Institution will commence
Wednesday. September 8.1869, and continue Sixteen
Weeks. Rates of tuition for the session: Primary
Department. |10; Classical Department. 820; Sur
veying and Civil Engineering, extra. §10; Grammar
Department, $15: French, extra. $10; Music. Instru
mental, $25; Vocal Music $1 per month. The course
of instruction embraces all that is contained in »
collegiate course in our mala and female eolleees.—
Young men will be prepared for any class in college
they may desire to enter: or* if they are satisfied with
a thorough collegiate course of instruction, withoot a
diploma, they can finish their coarse here. The build
ing is new. large and commodious, and is situated at
Providence Church, one mile west of Pleasant Hill.
Talbot connty. in one of the healthiest sections ot
country in Middle Georgia. The community is known
far and wide for the high tone of its morality, and tbe
associations surrounding pupils will be elevating in
their character. The government is mild but firm,
and no pupil will be allowed to remain in the school
whe will not implicitly submit to such regulations as
the teachers may think necessary to establish. Our
motto is, “Perfect Lessons and Perfect Order.”—
Board can be obtained in the vicinity at $12 per month.
G. W. M AX80N. A. 1 .
W. H. WOODALL. f Principals.
4-4 ;. 15
Dbzlljno—Heavy Brown per yard.... ...18
Heavy Georgia Stripe* 18
OfiKJfflcrRos—No. 1,8 oz ..22
%o. 2, 7 oz 19
Milledgeville. No. 1 22
Flint River. No. 1 .,24
Shallet—Oitlibert. per yard 30
BAGCIND, TUC8 ASD TWISK.
BAGGING—Borneo. 2% 11*. per yard
Kentucky Roll. 2% “ “ “
BALING TWINE, per pound.
IRON TIES—Arrew, per pound
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL
YOUNG 1. A DIBS
Charleston, S. C.,
E8SI0N commences O'
Notice to Mothers,
DR. PEA BROOK'S
INFANT SOOTHING SYRUP.
Use in the ftttur
only SKABKOOK'S, a cotnbica-
he j.ilvancemcnt of the age.—
mle-sin its action, efficient and
In valuable in the following dis*
, Major T.
RsrxKKXCE8.-Hon. K H. WorrflL
Mr. Shorter, and hiw numerous friends in the | Brown, O.D. Gorman. Talbotton: Isaac Cheney, J.
city will regret to hear of it—Columbus Bnqui- fuSSShol' £te "' J ' D '
LATEST MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Yoke. October 13. noon.—Flour more steady
Wheat firmer and 1 better. Com 1 better. Mess
Pork dull at 30 00. Lard doll. Turpentine droop
ing at 47ft47>f. Rosin more steady. Freights dull.
Cotton quiet at 26j£.
Stocks steady but doll. Money 5(27. Sterling,
long 9; short 9j*£. Gold 304- lS62s 20. ^ Tennes
see*. ex-coupons, 60^; new 54j£. Virginias, ex-
coupons 503^; new 53. Louisiana*, old 69; new 63;
levees 64; 8e 824. Alabama 8* 92. Georgias 90j^.
North Carolina s, old 484; new 41. South Carolinas,
New York, October 13. evening—Cotton a shad©
turner; sales 3500 bales at 26j/ft26%\
Flour rather n tore steady. Wheat a shade firmer.
Corn lft:2 better. Mess Pork heavy at 30 00. Lard
heavy; kettle 18ftl 8$£- Whisky unchanged- Freights
Governments clo. *©d heavy: 1862s 19^. Southerns
stronger. Money oaey at 5(27. Sterling 9. Gold
Baltotore, Octobe r 13.—Cotton 26.
Flour dull and nomi nally unchanged- Wheat 1 40
ftl 50. Com, whit© 1 10621 16: Western 1 00(21 06.
Oats 56(260. Prorisio ns unchanged- Whisky 1 21
Virginias, old 45; 18 57s 50; coupons, new 53.
Bavaiwah, October 13—Cotton receipts 2517 bales;
sales 300; market firm; middlings 25j£.
Augusta, October 13. —Cotton sales 782 bales; re
ceipt* 743; market act/re and prices steady; mid
Charleston, October 13.—Cotton sales 550 bales;
receipts 5210; exports, co tstwise 1995; demand good;
stock light; middlings 24£ ^ft25.
Wmo-GToy. October 1 3.—Spirits of Turpentine,
nothing done. Rosin steao y: Nos. 1 and 2 3 25ft4 00.
Crude Turpentine 1 50(22 50. Tar 2 25.
Cotton, low middling!24) (-
Louisville, October 13 Provisions firmer. Mess
Pork 31 75. Bacon, shoulde re 17)qf; dear sides 21.
Lard 19. Whisky 115.
CrvcnnfATL October 13.— M less Pork dull at 31 00.
Bacon firm; shoulders 17; skh is 204.
St. Louis, October 13.—W1 risky very firm at 115-
Mess Pork lower at 31 50ft32 * 90. Bacon firm; shoul
ders 174@174; clear sides 20.4- dulL
Mobile, October 13.—Cotton in fair demand;
on the part of a few; market cl- osed firm; sales 2200
bales; receipts 794; exports 688^ middRpgs 23)^@24.
Man. JOHN LAURENS. Principal,
tJMIE undertif-oed ha-* determine 1 to prepare his
RHEUMATIC POWDERS FOR SALE.
•dented succe?* of this ?
•ease, is beet attested t
, CERTIF1CATKS :
I do hereby certify that after suffering hr thirty-
three years, with the most excruciating pain from
Chronic Rheumatism, and finding no permanent re
lief from any of the many prescriptions given by dif
ferent pbvsicisn*. I am now entirely well, not only of
Rheumatism itself, but likewise of its effects. This
cure was effected by a preparation sty’ed “Linehe’s
Anti-Rheumafic Powders.” Of these Powder* I took
two dozen, and have cot had any symptoms of ray old
pains for three years. The effect upon me was like
mafic. Within three days after I had taken the first
powder, my pain< disappeared, and I have been en
tirely clear of them up to the present time.
To all sufferingfrom Rheumatism. I do heartily re
commend these Powders, confidently be/ieviog that
you have only to give them a trial to secure a lasting
cure. Moat respectfully, j 0 jj?» LYNCH.
Eatonton. April 22.1355.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Putnam County.
Ga., cheerfully bear testimony t<> the efficacy ox
’’Linche's Anti-Rheumatic Powders” in the treatment
of Acute or Chronic Rbeamatism. many ea^es having
been successfully treated by Dr. J. W- GIBSON with
in our personal knowledge, in which these . owners
w*re used exclusively. . , .
Joel Branham. M. P*. Daniel Slade,
Bttphen B. Marshall. (J R. Thomas.
T. B. Harwell. Wm B. Carter.
l>r. R. Adam*. mh.-
Michael Denniy, 7»icho!son. and others.
a j j Ttnrlrr-irnetl at Eatonton, Ga*. giving a
full description of the ca^e. and endosing «5 Oh and
if not cared, or greatly benefitied. I will return .he
money od application. j G GIBSON.
sep t26 - d lajr*wtf —
B Y virtue of an order from the Honorable District
Coart of the United States. I will sell to the high-
bidder, before the Court-house door in the town
of Iriricton. «a.. within the legal t™™ 00 ‘he
«r.t 'TnesdaV in November. 18*9. the following prop
el to Sit’ A fine PLANTATION on the west bank
of ie Oconee river, in Wilkinson county, Ga^. con
taining 750 acres ot land, more or less. Said Planta-
rion lies along the line of the Central Railroad, seven
or eight miles from Toombeboro*
Also, a lot of 3^ acre* of land lying on the south
ride of the Central Railroad, in Wilkinson eonnt,-.
Ga.. adioininr lands of James J. Jackson and others.
u Said land sold as the property of Dr. William Tay
lor. bankrupt, for th, MURRAY.
jept30-law3t Asriznee. ete.
SUMMER COMPLAINTS. IRREGULARITIES
OF THE ROWELS. RESTIVENESS.
TEETHING. Elc.. Etc.
Give* health to tbe child anti rest to the mother.
Nxshvillk, Tknn . February 12,1 >68.
glumen Huddle «£• Co., LouitziUc, Ky.:
Whendivingin your city l nf-ed several bottles of
Dr. .‘■eabrook’s Infant Soothing Sytup, and found
it to d*r my child more good, and it would rest better
after using it. than any othor remedy lever tried. I can
fay with confidence.it i» the best medicine for children
at prerent known. I wish you would get the Druggists
hereto keep it. If any one doe*, please let me know ;
if not, send me one dozon by express, and 1 will pay
for it at the office here. Write me when you send it.
MRS. SABAH L. RANDOLPH.
Hurley’s Stomach Bitters,
For Debility, Lost* of Appetite, Weakness
Indigestion, or Dyxprpxiu, Want
Of Action of the Liver, or
There are no Bitters that compare with the*e in re
moving these distressing complaints. For sale orcan
be had at any drug store in the United States, or from
the Proprietors, JAMES RUDDLE k CO.,
To Jas. Ruddle <b Co., Louisville, Ky.:
Gkvtlemk.v : This is to certify that I have been for
years a sufferer, and have tried all the tonics I have
heard of or seen advertised, with little or nojgelief
from any of them. I heard your Hurley Bitterfnigh-
iy spoken of, and tried a bottle, with little faith in it
before I commenced, and, to my surprise antkjoy, be
fore I finished one bottle. 1 felt a great deal better,
and firmly believe that on one or two occasions it was
the means of saving and prolonging n»y fife. I con
scientiously recommend them to all snfffrero as the
best Bitters known, and advise them always to ask for
Dr. T. A. Hurlev'g. and have no other. Yon cap use
this as you think proper, if it will benefit others.
Yoara truly, etc.,
^ _ , JOHN W. DIX80N;
Locisyill*. Kt., December 10.1868.
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Iron
J and Calisaya,
This elegant combination po«tea .11 the tonic
properties of Peruvian B»rk ,nd Iron, without the
disagreeable taste and bad effects of either, reparatelr
or in other preparations, of there valuable medicines.
It should be taken in all cases when . gentle tonle is-
preBion is reqcired after eon valeaesce from Fevers or
debilitating diseases, or in those distressing irregul ir-
lties peculiar to females. No female should bewiti-
out it, if liable to such diseases, for nothing can well
take its place.
JAMES RUDDLE & CO., *
LA BOR ATOBY XO. 41 BULLITT STREET,
All the above Goods for sale by
Z|. W. BUNT dt
Maoon, Ga.. and ^