THE weekly republjgan.
Friday Morning. November 11,1870.
Mr. Feter Croglian Trill accept onr
thinks for copies of late Northern pa-
pjj. Candidates o
plentiful and still
pTy. New Syrup c
Smith A Co s.
i be had at Hardy*
The Sheriff’s Sales for December
,11 i H . quite interesting to some of onr
pc,. A competent teacher is wanted to
.ike charge of Smithville' High School
Joe Mize states emphatically that
i, in the race for County Tax Receiv-
r. un<l that he goes in to win.
p'4. Our County Treasurer, Mr. Moses
s. ,, r. is a candidate for re-election
t i, e coming election.
< io to the City Drugstore and set-
>>,. your accounts if yon desire to escape
l ring sued. See what Dr. Hardwick
avs on that subject
Tnr Cut Eumos.—The suggestion
of •'A Citizen" which appears in our
columns in reference to Selecting candi
dates to be run for city offices at the
next municipal election, is worthy of
consideration and ought to be car
ried out In onr municipal elections
there should be no political questions.
The aim should be to get the best men
in office—men who are alire in business
and who are thoroughly imbued with the
spirit of progress—men who are entirely
sound on all questions pertaining to the
growth and development of the city—men
who desire to see good government car
ried out Our colored friends are as
much interested in having good city
officers, as the whitest and should
take as deep an interest in selecting
such men ns the whites. The interest
of one, is the interest of the other.—
When one suffers by bad government
the other equally suffers. Therefore let
us all, both white and colored meet to
gether at some fntnre day and nominate
a ticket for city officers that will be accep
table to all parties.
P. S. Since the above was placed
type, a notice has been handed in calling
a meeting of citizens at the Court House
this evening at 7J o'clock for the propose
of nominating city officers. The notice
will be fonnd elsewhero.
Are those who promised to pay their
...limits at the City Drug Store
they could sell their cotton, which they
l i: ,ve failed to do.
1‘i.kasisg.—Tho countenances of our
inTuing friends wore a pleasing appear-
iiits- a few days ago, at the news of cot-
t.ui udvuncing. We hope their hearts
may be made more glad by a continued
advance price, until we can hear the
-wiling all over the county.
Sn r.Riou Court.—An adjourned term
•>f Sumter Superior Conrt commenced
in this place, yesterday, Judge James M.
(’lark presiding, and Col. Jack Brown
riiyj >n the first page of to-days’s paper
•ill lie found an interesting account of
tl.o condition of the crops, taken from the
Monthly Beport of the Department of
Agriculture, published at Washington
PC. It contains much valuable in
formation, and will well repay u peruse!.
Wo learn that the young gentle
men of Americas propose having a mas-
,|iM-rade hall at an early day.
Those indebted, as well as those
.ring claims against the estate of Dr.
din A. Comer, will find a notice ad-
vssodto them in our advertising col-
u A meeting of the Corporators of
.inericas k Florence Hail road is call-
r the 6th of December next, at 12
k. in Americus. See notice.
>5™. l)r. < J. T. Wilburn announces this
morning that he has secured as associate
t. richer Mr. W. W. Kennerly, an nccom-
I'lhhert scholar and successful teacher to
Ksid him in conducting his school.—
or Adams, Washburn k Co., have
lohed copartnership, and the busi-
* will hereafter bo conducted under
firm of Adams k Bro. See card.
tuT It will be seen from their adver-
sement that Messrs. Waxelbaum k Co.,
ive still further reduced prices in some
•ir goods. Their prints and fine
**h are of .the best quality and need no
Auction as they cannot be purchased
lu-h lower iu New York and put down
CN5U.S. Waxelbaum k Co., aro offering
iheir magnificent stock of Goods at such
l -w prices that wo are confident a rush
*’•11 l>e mndo upon that store. Most of
"«r readers are awaro that Waxelbaum k
t'o.. Lave one of the finest stock of goods
iu the South, and—we refer you to their
advertisement in this paper, which, after
nailing, you will lie satisfied that you can
certainly get bargains by buyiug at that
h&Tln purchasing goods it is always
•lo.-irul ile to trade with polite and accom
modating gentlemen, and of this kind
“I* Theo. Loo vis and John Cobb, at
Kuianuol k Bros store. They seem to
"var a jierpetnal smile upon their .faces
aUl | ure ovi r mindful of tire interest of
*h'ir patrons. The ladie s will find u lot
of nice and beautiful dress goods at the
Mon- of Kmauuel, and either of the gen-
'■••uun named a\>ove will be delighted to
The reason Montgome-
& Shaw never advertise is,
1 , «very one know they keep
Aril and complete Stock of
'•ix>cerie.s and know they sell
:' s low as any house in Amer-
!, |,s - •’n> what is the use of their
advertising ? tf.
We are in receipt of a circular ao-
"’tupauyingan advertisement from “The
•topire Watch Co., 196 Broadway, New
,,r ^- requesting ns to publish tbe ad-
|«;«taemcnt for three months and send
‘. *’* l ^ iat Company, and they will re-
IUlt a watch or the cash. The Com-
l'»<7 say, “ wo can not, with safety
ourselves, send either. cash or goods in
* Vauc °- ” Wo are under no obligations
•the ‘'Empire Watch Company” to
Punt their advertisement and let them
I ,a . v at their leisure, neither do we think
1 w °uld he safe to do so. Onr pas!
j*rifcnee, in such advertisements, prohib-
s know nothing Qf the said Com-
a, “l prefer to be paid for an intro-
• action to them. In such cases onr terms
Piret National Bank of Americas.
We are glad to be able to announce that
we are to have a National Bank here and
that it will soon be in operation. Tbe
following officers have been elected :
Ron cut T. Byrd, President. '
Frank E. Burke, Cashier.
R. T. Byrd, Jno. A. Cobb,
J. W. Wheatley, W. It. Stewart,
W. W. Barlow, W. J. Barlow.
Mr. Byrd is one of our very best busi
ness men and being safe, judicious and
reliable will make a capital Bank Presi
Mr. Burke has the reputation of being
the most attentive man to business in the
city, quiet, sober and industrious. In
him the Bank has a faithful, energetic
and good officer.
The First National will start with a
capital of ono hundre 1 thousand dollars,
bnt the authorized capital is five hundred
thousand dollars, and the stockholders
re the very best men of this section.—
The names of tho Directors will guaran
tee the success of the Bank.
We have been surprised that a Nation
al Bank has not before been established
here, for they are the safest and among
the most profitable investments that can
be made. Money cannot bo more safely
and profitably invested than in National
Bank Stock, as Bonds, the principal and
interest of which are payable in Gold, are
required to be deposited with the United
States Treasurer, and after this is done
bills arc issued to the Bonks to the ex
tent of 00 per cent, of the Bonds deposi
ted. the Treasurer reserving 10 per cent,
as a protection to the Stockholders. The
National Bauk system is one of the most
perfect that has ever been gotten up—the
stockholder and all others being fully
protected—hence say it is the safest
investment that eon be made.
Nominations of City Officers.—The
convention held at the Conrt House,
Tuesday evening,for the purpose of nomi
nating a ticket for city officers was largely
attended by both white and colored, and
its deliberations throughout were harmo
nious, and good feeling prevailed. The
following gentlemen were nominated by
ballot, thus expressing the choice of the
meeting. The nominations were then
made unanimous. The proceedings will
be found iu another column.
T. M. FUBLOW.
W. T. DAVENPORT,
II. B. HABKOLD,
J. C. GRIFFIS,
A. S. CUTT&
FOB CLERK AND TREASURER.
H. D. RANDALL.
There were quite a number of uspirants
for the various offices, all of whom are
quite well qualified for the positions they
derired, but as it was necessary for the
sake of harmony to make nominations,
we trust all will acquiesce in the action
of the convention and work for the suc-
of tho ticket. Tho gentlemen com-
ng the ticket are old citizens of the
place whoso interests are identified with
it, and who if elected, will administer
city affairs for the good of all. They
gentlemen of high social qualities,
without a stain upon their moral charac-
This is no party move bnt the
voice of tho teople, irrespective of party
or caste. Wo hope therefore that no man
will be led into the folly of running inde
pendently, thereby endeavoring to de
feat the object of the meeting. Such a
policy would be suicidal in tho extreme.
Our only hope is in a united effort. Let
all personal prejudices be laid aside, and
every man do his duty, by supporting
the ticket nominated.
Wo ore pleased to see that CoL Jack
Brown and Mr. F. H. Oliver whose
friends had,’previous to the nomination,
announced them as candidates for the
Mayoralty, have with great magnanimity,
withdrawn from the contest, and will
give their hearty support to to the ticket
This is a noble act on the part of ~
gentlemen, and will not soon be forgot
ten by their fellow-citizens.
City Nominations. 1
Pursuant to a call fox a melting of the
citizens to nominate candidates for City
Officers, a large number met at the Court
House at 71 o’clock, P. M. Nov. 8.
On motion of P. H. OUrer, Dr. 8. B.
Hawkins was called to tbe Chur, and M.
B. Council requested to set as Secretary.
The object of the meeting having been
explained, on motion it was resolved that
the meeting proceed to elect, by ballot, a
After speeches by various citizens, both
white and colored, in which the ntmoet
good feeling was manifested, end a gen
eral support indicated for the nominee,
P. H. Oliver declined being a candidate
for the office in any way.
8. H. Hawkins and B. P. Hollis were
appointed tellers, and after a ballot for
all the officers, the following was an
nounced as the ticket .*
Col. T. M. Ftrlow.
For Aldermen :
Jno. C. Gwffls,
A. 8. Cutts,
U. B. Habbold,
W. T. Davenport.
Clerk and Treasurer :
H. D. Randall.
Col. T. M. Fnrlow being called for
came forward and, in a very neat and ap
propriate speech, accepted the nomina
tion, promising his beat ability to the dis
charge of the duties of tho office and the
maintenance of Law and Order.
Harmony and unanimity of feeling pre
vailed throughout th9 meeting. Both
white and colored citizens seemed pleased
with the nomination which, on motion,
was made unanimous.
8. B. Hawkins, Chairman.
M. B. Council, Sect’y.
Jr We respectfully recommend
friends in this city and county to go to
Oppcnheimer & Franks’ Clothing Hall,
as they are selling their stock of Gentle
mens’ Clothing at greatly reduced prices,
such prices as will astonish every one
that calls at their establishment, as they
offer better inducements to buyers than
any other house in Southwestern Geor
They have also a full stock of Dry
Goods which they sell at low prices.
Store next door to the entrance of the
Barlow House. Nov. 10-tf.
P* Aa it has been insinuated by those j ;
who are jealous of the growing populari
ty of out house—that ode advertisement
of prices, is all gaa and buncumb, tift
we have not the goods in stock—that
they can not be bought by the bale &o
Ac,, at the prices we advertise them by
the yard, in reply we state that’s our
business—we invito a call, and if we
don’t stand up to what we say—we are
willing to take the consequences. j
B. EMANUEL k BRO.
nov. 11-tf j
8ions of the Zodiac.—A philosopher j
i the West, grown into admiration ofj at
the Cbeny Pectoral, writes Dr. Ayers j
for instruction under which sign he shall j CJ 1 CL
be bled, which blistered, and which vom-j ” &XelDaUIH tttOS
ited and under which he shall take Ayer’s
Pills for an affection of the liver : also
under which sign his wife should com-
mem*, to taka the SemeporUta for her j Con.cr oT Arcnne st „ uppo .
ailment. He adds that he already knows j tho Urge Grocery Haase ofTc-’-
ean his calves under Tanrus, change \ * 8rfwmpert Furkinr A Bro.
his pigs in Scorpo, cut his hair in Aries,
Great Reduction in Prices
' tho low price of Cotton, we have
concluded to offer the balance of ..... »„
Etock at the following remarkable low prices :
Good Fast colored Prints, 10 . . yd
Very beet Merrimack, Sprague,Ac 12}
Best Shirting |u
! Best Sheeting*, ii|
£ka5-Rcnd EMANUEL’S advertise-; Macon Sheeting, m
and soak his feet in Pisess or Aquarius as
their condition requires.
Schoolmasters, start for Wisconsin,
and visit Mr. Ham, when yon get-there.—
Ijoicell Daily News.
your money by going to j
EMANUEL’S to buy your Dry Goods, i
In this city, on the 2d iust., after a
long and painfal attack of consumption,
Solomon Fleischman, aged 27 years.—
Ho was born at Pechovolhotto, Bohemia,
in 184 3. He had a noble and generous
heart, and his patient and quiet suffering
during his long illness made him many
friends. A kind brother and associates
were assidnous in their attentions upon
the sufferer. His remains were conveyed
to Macon and buried in the Jewish Cem
etery at that place.
No. 1. OiiiaburR*, 8 o
No. 2. “ «i
8e» Island Homctpnn in
Better ^ualitr, io and 12}
Oanabnrg Stripes,... 12} •
Best Rpnn Yarn, 1’ 50 ;
rer offered, among which wo offer tlie follow-
Emproaa Cloth we sell at..
. .50 <\, worth 75c.
...73 c., “ 100
. ,35 c., “
. .50 c., “
...18 and 25cents.
ESk-Iu the present condition of money
matters, it is absolutely the duty of every
man and woman—to buy their goods to
the best advantage—they will find it to j
their interest to read EMANUEL’S ad
vertisement. Then go there and buy.
nov. 11. tf.
Wo have tbe largest and best selected stock i
Good Cassimero Suits 110 00 and $15 00.
Fine Walking Frock Coats, latest styles.
Freedman’s Suits from $2 50 to $5 00.
Mr. Editor: Can wo not have uni
nimity in our city Elections ! Can w
not, white and black, as in Macon, come
together and nominate a Mayor and
Council ? This is desirable for reasons
which at once oocur to tho prudent mind.
But if two or more tickets are to bo
farced upon the public, I hope for the
sake of onr own solve®, that the question
of caste will not come into the contest
This is unnecessary, detrimental, sin
ful. The candidate who publicly or
even privately, opposes or claims to es
pouse particularly the cause of any class
or man, does not appreciate tho true
condition of affairs.
Permnnentharm is the only result of
such an issue.
It is enough for those who are not
of us to sow dissension ; in onr local
elections, at least, let there be hearty
accord, regardless of race or political
GRANBERRY & CO..
Again ANNOUNCE tint tbe; eelt Goo.1*
Only for Cash.
Their FALL »tul WINTER Stock ia duly arriy-
ing, and will boou bo complete— bought VERY
LOW, aud a large portion of it will be sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PB'.CIi
POE C A S H!
° IN J. CafiSIT.
Wa k»vo NO CnEDIT PRICE.
Tl-o .etret of onr oiy price, ia. we aell FOR
B. Emanuel & Bro.
READY TO MEET THE CRISIS
Since the natural expectation of every one is to purchase goods
lower now than when sold for 20 or 25 cents a pound, we have
fully determined not only to meet the crisis, but go a little be
yond it;, accordingly we offer our whole stock at the following
schedule of prices, until further notice :
Good fast color Prints - 10 cts. per yard
Very best Merrimack and like 12 “ “ “
Extra heavy Northern Shirting 10
“ “ “ Sheeting ...12 *
Macon Sheeting .10 .
No. 2 Osnabnrg, & 1-2 oz 0
Sea Island Homespun 10 “
3-4 Tilde Bleaching. 7 “
Better Onaliity “ ....• 10 «•
Yard Wide 12 Striped Bomespon 12 ••
Spnn Yard 145 per bunch.
We make DRESS GOODS a specialty—keep the largest stock
in Americus—have been offering them low already, hut offer them
to-day still lower, for instance :
American Delaines,.. ...17 to 23 cts.
Poplins, col’d Alpacas, Ac., at 30, 35 and 37 cts,
worth fully 40 to 50 cents.
DON’T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE THEM.
We are willing to compare
PRICES and QUALITIES of CLOTHING, SHOES,
WITH ANYBODY, and don’t fear the result. We keep a huge
stock ot everything usually found in a Dry Goods store.
BLANKETS and SHAWLS.
BLANKETS and SHAWLS,
BLANKETS and SHAWLS.
Northern anil Southern manufactm
™ * servant*, Ounaburgu, Brown
] ' ^kiutaule.—At the Pair ia a set of
0| io!e teeth, arranged iu the highest
? e °f tho dental art, which are much
®irod for the skill, ingemmity and per*
, ‘° n Splayed. They were executed
w ®. J- Fogle, a young dentist
10 Col attbua.-S im .
Dr. Ward showed u* a few days
since, a tape worm taken from a n
child, age 4 years, which measured i
first discovered, twenty-two feet He
says that iu this section, they are more
numerous than in the Northern country.-
It seems os if the Democrats are
'asleep in this county. Everywhere else
they are moving, bat wo are lying stilL
As. those who were appointed some time
ago are not moving and seem not dis]
to move, we suggest that the Y. M. D.
O. be revived. Can’t the old Presides
cell it together » Will he not do it f We
mssfrhsvf an oigaaizstion. .
K W sD yoar heir oa, "BsrrsttV
“Bairctt's” the leading tiling.
Fatal Affray at Dawson.
On Wednesday last, a fatal affray oc
curred at Dawson between some of tho
citizens of that town and some of the em
ployes of CoL C. T. Ames’ Circus and
Menagerie, in which a citizen had been
instantly killed and Col. Ames mortally
a gentleman who left Dawson
the day after tho difficulty, we are indebt
ed for the following particulars of the
At the afternoon performance of the
company four brothers of the name of
Kelly, with three other men named How
ard, Guss. Sasser and R. J. Russell—all
represented as desperate characters—and
all rather tho worse for liquor, got into a
difficulty with the door-keeper, drew their
repeaters and commenced firing indis
criminately into the crowd.
as tho firing commenced.—
CoL Ames, who was in his ticket wagon
at the time, leaped out of it aud ap
proached the assailants, unarmed, for the
purpose of endeavoring to quell the diffi
culty. At his approach, the cowardly
brought their weapons to bear
n him, and though ho told them he
unarmed, and asked them not to
at him, fired upon and wounded
i in two places. The first shot took
effect in one of his thighs, and the second
through the back, coming out at the
lower portion of the abdomen, as the
Colonel attempted to retreat *nnd escape
from the murderous wretches.
During the melee, a citizen named Da
vid Oxford, who was standing near with
ono of his children in his arms, was shot
through the heart and instantly killed.
He was a brother-in-law of Russell, 01
of the assailants. Madame Frew, the
mother of the Albino children, connect
ed with one of the aide shows, was badly
wounded in the fleshy part of one of her
thighs,of which wound she has aince died.
No weapons are said to have been
drawn or used by any one connected
with the circus, though they would havo
been perfectly justified in so doing.
CoL Ames was conveyed to the resi-
dencejof one of the citizens of Dawson,
the best medical aid obtained, and thongt
everything possible was done by his
medical attendants, yet he slowly sank
into the icy embraces of death. Thus
has a good man been ruthlessly murder
ed by n band of [desperadoes, who are
said to be the same fellows who, not long
sinoe, came near precipitating i
emoute between the white and colored
races in that vicinity.
Judge Harrell who was in Dawson
the time promptly ordered the amet
the deepovdoe., end they were lodged
Such conduct as gave rise to the shoot-
be too great for
Plaids ft. , , , r r
Bleached Sliirtinga and Sheetings,
I'orresponding with tho LOW prioo or COTTON.
BL’K A COL’D SILKS,
LL LOWEB THAN USUAL Ft>K CASH.
A beautiful stock of ladies CLOAKS aud
SHAWLS, cheap enough to satisfy tho closkst
buyers. Hosiery lower than ever >-un tub mon
ey. Cloths and Cassimeres, Loth of Foreign
aud Domestic manufacture, some of superior
quality, and warranted to give -**—
... .. . - • • "•hit*Goods,
. ... . ,—bleDania...
Irish Linen, Pillow case Linen and Shoetiug, a
Astounding Low Prices
A large stock of UMBRELLAS, WINDOW
SHADE.* and OIL CLOTHS.
Avwv superior arthio of Ticking, warranted
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
A very largo stock of
Improve your look* with “BanettV
BOOTS and SHOES
We have the largest stock in the city, which v..
are positively selling 25 per cent, less than any
other house, as wo purchase them direct “ —
s the market af
rits we invite all to call amt examine our Btook
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Call before you purchase elsewhere, and vou
will find that you can get more here fur a little
money than any where in the city.
fJL Rcnientlier the old reliable firm of
8. WAXELBAUM & GO.
nov 8 ly _e
Mitchell County Lands.
hue we muni
Thursday, Nov. 10th, 1870.
* LOTS, of 258
1 trict Mitclu
334, 333, 337, 338, :
300. 307, r““* —
aa. Tho Albany and Thomasville Rail Road
imutesthrough nix lot**, viz: 293, 294, 295, 29G,
In the tract ia a good Plantation, with a good
House and eight Cabins, Barns, Stables, large
Mule Shed and Fodder House, Blacksmith Shop,
Mill Site, Ac., Ac., aliont one mile from R. It.
Station No. 2. The Land is well Timbered, and
tho best point l»ctwecn Thomasville and Albany
'na a Saw Mill.
Titles perfect. Terms made known on day of
A. P. Wright, Esq., of Thomasville,
- - .Id, ••• *'
These we absolutely guarantee to sell you anj make
or quality for less money than the same article a t any other house
in any other house in town. We have many more of them.
The best way—the only way—of knowing whether we will car
ry out what we put in print, is to call on
11. EMANUEL k BRO.
nov. 11, tf
E. McDonald, of Camilla, K ill
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Surviving Part nor of McLaughlin A Co.
't 18 3t Augusta, Gi
At Reduced Prices for Casio
Halml S)>oon. and Forks of superior qdalitj*
Tabic and Pocket Knives,
Fine Teas, Csudlca, Soap, Starch, 8 >da, Loyal
Baking Powder*, Potaslu Smoking aud Chewing
the lowest i
LARGEST STOCK OK
CARPET IN GS!
Ar\d at Lower Prices
INSOMEOFOUR LARGER TOWNS.
Common Ingrain from 50 cents a yard up.
Superfine and Extra Superfine,
Hemp, Venetian and Felt.
Beautiful 3 plytt.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, AND RICH VELVETS,
Of entirely new Styles and Patterns.
5 S E) p f J8
If you want Caupeth, HANDSOME Caskets,
CHEAP Carpet*, look at ours.
We cordially invite all to call and examine
ir now stock.
A lot of beautiful
n consignment to oloeo oat at uas than xeja
GRANBERRY Sc CO.
America*, Oct. 8, t'
Valuable City Property
I also oflbr Cos ssle, m, inlsKst in
Z ot Five-sevenths of the building
M moat desirable property in the city
i a handsome per cent, on tliecapiia
information apply to
COAL! COAL! COAL!
‘•ECONOMY 18 WEALTH !”
S»te Mh<mkl ” WJLBIEbSek 8
largo and beautiful assort
of Lamps and Fixtures, at prices to suit
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onoe agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
to its flrxginal color,
with the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore tho
* * * tho follicles
hair where tho
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling tho hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean ana vigorous.
Its occasional uso will prevent tho hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing el» cau be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on tbe hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre aud a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co.,
Practical and Analytical Cumins,
.. PBIGB »LOa'
Cheap for Cash!
M1 L 1.1 N E R T
Orders • Solicited.
MRS. L A ZA R0N
Cheap for Cash!
oci 4 tf WMs LAZAROK.
i!ne Life is the Bleed-’
Cotton Avenue two Doors Im-Iaw Toole Sc Srlmiiqiert's
IMPORTER AND DEALER
Brandies, Gin, Rum,
Wines, Cordials, dbo.
Fancy Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco,
&C., «&G., &C.
mental capabilities. '
ing, around which revolves aU that makes exit-
"lieu this source is corrupted
— l M sreritdlile in many shaper,
sc r’of U LA.
Thin is s taint or infection of the human or-
foul uisc] urges from tho nostrils, eruptions,
glandular swellings, throat affections, rhenwat-
—i, heart affections, nervous disorders."
is, disorders of the womb *
affections, liver complaint, i
sia, neuralgia, loos of n
bUUy. Ithas becnU
re. often proves injurious ami entail* utisdry
after life. The long known injurious ttroper-
a of these no-called alteratives apd puriucre
a led the philantrophieal man of arifnee to
arcana of nature, the result of
which has Iwen the disoovOry of e^ctable pro
ducts which possess the tvr-r of eradicatin'-;
these taints fr*m the blood.
COMPOUND KXTJt 1(7 OF
Is tbe acknowledged antidote v» .ill b *>ti dis
eases. By its tut tho aflUclitsi- abov.- enunu-
rated can be permanently baai-hed. and il.
Source,the Centre of Blood,tliol.ifr
be maintained in all its purity wod vi.,—,
For dtacaw. product'll i>, I hr
use of Mercurjr, and for S, i>l>i I i,,
with its train of evil., ini-
p-vund i.theonlr sure luxidot.
THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED STAND
to the poor creature, eiifoebks! i:. i^;.|.t»!»
body, by secrets practices, whi.mv>... .
unstrung and countenance dowL< av|
is a blessing. Try it fairly and your mi ,
bo restored to their wonted vigor. a<.d visir .% .
iected countenance be made raikml *V*i4. <i.c
Being free from violent minerals,it i* adapt* I
general use. Tito old and young », ar i»n'
the moot delicate female at any tlm< mu idte
it; Uie tender infant, who may hs * n.*.. r,....
disease, will be enred by it.
rea rearn'isfi THK n
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
MEN’S AND BOY’S
In the following safe and reliahlo Compan ioe:
Norm Rama* A Mkrcantiijc iKsmuaes Oa,
Of London, England.
Ph.kkix Ixkt;a.vRCK Co.,
or Brooklyn, New York.
Southern Mutual Ixsuraxck Co.,
Of Athens, Georgia.
INSURE Y0RR LIFE
Cottos Statu Ixkkaaa.ti Co.,
Of Macon, GMirstA.
Apply ta : W. X. DAVENFOBT,
; -At fab New Dreg Store, Lamu Street,
Orta, fiTEKB A HOOKS,
Banker. A Broker., corner Lamar A Colhse .ta
When used in the spring it removes all iiM c* >
which infest the system: and banishes tn« i»i-
gonr and debility peculiar to that sea«or I * :1.»
year. It acts promptly on the
LIVER A BID KIDNEYS.
Produces a healthy action of the imponan'-' »*»•
*4(7 which all th«f impurities ot the f, ccif.
earned off; and the result is a
CLEAR 8XIH, A GOOD APPETIT A -v *
BODY AST SPIRITS.
PRKPAItED li Y
Wm. H. Tutt & Land,
And Sold by DruggisttEverywhere
R'-EMO VA JL
S. P. BOONE
H AVING removed to tho old stand owui.le..
by him last year-known as the G. .tf. Tla>
THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS
Ever Offered in Wholesale and Hetail.
REMEMBER CLOTHING MADE
TQ ORDER. -M&
Amerieo^O*., Oct. 4. • 3m. . South Side of ^Utant Street. -
In Walnut and Mahogany;
; CHAMBER SETS,
With and without marble to|*
Chairs, Baskets, Broome .
WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER
METALLIC CASES AND COFFINS
Mpmltf -. . ..
A Desirable Residence
. FOR SALE. f.J -
t containing six acres, low, it
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