THE HOME DAIIjY COMMERCIAL.
BY GBADY & SHANKLIN.
Rome Railroad Company
etfAlfda OP SCHEDULE.
OS AND AFTER WEDNESDVY, JULY 24TH, 1873,
the trains on th Rome Riilroad will tun as tol
Mornimr Traiu ieavee Home at 6.80 4. a
Arrive at House IS.tM a. M.
Nig&l Train leavcss Home at 7.41 p.
Arrive at Home at 10.30 r. m
W. S. OOTtIHAN, President.
Western As Atlantic Road
■ Ft f ■ f*. • 1 Ut • " ■ U '
Office op the Prhaidbnt, f
Atlanta. .Tuue 30th, 1372. j
QN ANI) Af TEH THIS DATK--
Connecting for New York and the Woit,
Leaver- Atlanta .. 10:00 r M
Arrives at Dalton 3:00 a m
Arrives at Chattanooga •%:*** a m
DAY PASSKNOBR TRAIN,
To the North and West, carrying iHrliutun Pi lice Car
Leaver Atlanta 1. J* .A. .* 3;!jG A X
Passengers leaving Atlanta by this train arrive in
New York t le second afternoon at 1,44 p m, 14 Uftnra
ind 35 earlier than pisseng ?rs living by
Augusta the name evening.
Arrives at Dalton W:00 P m
Carrying through Palace Car f.om Louisville, North
Leaves Chattanooga. 4:45 p m
Arrives at Atlanta .19:20 A m
DAY PASS BN GSM TRAIN,
From the North ana West,
Leaves Chattanooga... 5.50 a it
Arrives at Atlauta.... I.lop M
ucaves Dalton 19.45 am
Arrives at Atlanta R 9.50 a m
8.8. WALKKIt Master of Transportation.
Change of Schedule.
SELMA, ROME AND DALTON RAILROAD. I
COMMENCING SUNDAY, SEPT. lef.lOTi.
trains will leave Rome as follows.
Mail, daily, 3 97 a. m.
Frcignt ami accommodation daily except
Sundays, 11 (Hi a. m.
Express, daily, 7 12 p. id,
Express, daily, 7 41 a. m
Freight and accommodation daily except
* Sundays, 7 (hi a. in.
Mill, daily 8 55 p.m.
The 3 27 a. in. and 7 12 p. in trains arrive at Dalton at
5 .">0 a. in. mid 95 p. in. couuectiug with|the East Ten
nessec, Virginia and Georgia Railroad for Knoxville,
Lynchburg and all Eastern cities.
Passengers for Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville
and points West should take the 7 42 a. m. train to
a void detention at Dalton.
Passengers for Montgomery Peueacola, Mobile and
New Orleans, via Montgomery, will make close coa
nsciions by either train. Passengers for Mobile,
New Orleaus, Vicks:>urg aud Jackson, via Meridian,
should take the 8 £5 p. m. train.
M STMri’OJO.StsfftDt SSpefmtEßdeutr- •
JOHN I<. PECK, Sen. Pass. Ag’t.
Coosa River Steamers
i \N anil after July let, the Steamers on the Coosa
River will run as per schedule as follows, supply
ing all the Post Offices on Mail R< ute No. 6189:
Leavo Rome every Tuesday at 7 a. h.
Arrive at Gadsden Wednesday at . ... 6 A. m.
Leave Gads cn Wednesday at 7 1-2 a m.
Arrive at. Rome Thursday at . . . . 7 p.m.
Leave Rome every Friday at • . . . ap. m.
Arrive at G dsden Saturday at ...7am.
Leave Gadsden Saturday at . . . .9 a.m.
Arrive at Rome Sunday at . . . * p.m.
and. M ELLIOTT OtnMSup’t.
Emigrants and Travelers
HAVE YOUR MONEY.
IF YOU are going to Memphis, Little Rock, I* uv Bin
New Orleans, Galveston, Texas, or any point on th
Mississippi, Red or Arkansas Rivers, or M. Louis, Km
Me City, bt. Joseph, Omaha, or any point West ai
Northwest, be certain and buy your tickets via
8T LOUIS, MEMPHIS,
Nashville and ..hittanooga
GREAT CENTRAL THROUGH LINE.
Trains run througn from Chattauoo t Memphis,
Tenn. and Columbus, Ky.,
Without Change of Cars,
Therefore making only one chuugo between Chaita
uooga and St, Louis, Mo. This is the
SHORT AND QUICK ROUTI,
West and Northwest, being from 28 to 1,000 miles
shorter Mian any other route, and equal, if not better
thaa any Line to Texas. Arkansas and the Mississipp 1
Time to St. Louis uiid the west via Nash\ille route it
eight hours and ten tuiuutes, to ilftccn hours and ll'ftj
minutes quicker than via Corinth—four and a quartet
hoars quicker te Memphis than Wy any route leavinf
Chattanooga in the morning. Emigrants by this rout*
will not be put in Box cars which have no Fires, Seat!
or comfort of any kind, but will have excellent Passer
ger cars, thoroughly heated and well ventilated. Rt
membei this and give us a trial, andseeif we do wotd >
as we propose.
Passengers and Emigrants by this line from Chatta
nooga have choice oi three different routes to the
West and Northwest, as follows, via Union City, Hick
man or Louisville, therefore, giving it superior ad van
tages over all other routes.
Trains run to and from Chattanooga, viz:
8.10 am., [Sundays excepted] 7.10 p m
8.00 p in Dully 4.30 a m
All passengers ar<> entitled to 100 pounds Baggage
which will be handled with care and free of charge.
For quick time and sure connections don’t forget to
buy your tickets by the
St. Louis, Memphis,
Nashville and Chattanooga
Great Central Through Line
•JOHN W. THOMAS, Gen. Hupt.
W. L. DANLKY, G. P, A T. Agent, Nashville, Tenn
THOS. J. PKItRY, Pass. Agent, Rome Ga.
eb l -tf
CHROHOS aid FAN C if ARTICLES
H A.. SMITH
WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL
Bookseller and Stationer,
No. 113 Broad Bt., Rome, Qa.
TUBT RECEIVED THE LAHUBBT STOCK OK
J Book.. Stationery, Chromo., Picture frame, and
F„i.y article, ever brought to tbit market. I call
.peclJi attention of the ladle, to my beautiful collec
tion ot CUKOMUB, that have been .ole ted In purmin
and uorcba.od for cub, at nnnanally low flgurr.. and
will be .old inuen le.alhan the u.ual price, on Prang.’
Chromo*. I will give a discount of IW per cuul. from
hi. puhll.hed retail prlci.. My .lock of
Juvenile and MiscrllaDsous Rooks,
mnLiw, iHUVMR nooK,
Orjt.n., HbeU Mull*, OoUal and Vioflu Miring*.
IfVti.h. r ft trT
4 P. M. EDITION.
Containing Latest Telegraphic Acm.
| ROME I>AII,Y COMMERCIAL.
New York, September, 3. —Charles
j O’Connor writing to the Louisville Con
! vention, favors a straight out ticket; but
i declines the nomination.
A Louisville special says if O’Counor
will stand, the tioket will be O'Couhor
and J. Q„ Adams, or Adams and Han
cock. Y<srj much curioerey is manifest*
ed to ascertain the contents of O’Connor's
letter, which was written Saturday and
yifan to Apollo Hall, delegate, to be
opened after the Convention came to or
' Judge Flanders, of New York, has
prepared a platform which he will pre
sent to the Convetion. It is thoroughly
States Rights in its tone. Considerable
difference of opinion, aud a warm discus*
sion is anticipated over the platform.
Edgerton or Fitch sre spoken of for
Vice President in case Hancock and Ad
ams decline the nomination.
Burlington, September 3.—The ex*
citemeut abont the electiun absorbs all
burliness. It is believed the Republicans
will carry the State, but by a reduced
majority, A cl >se canvass of some sev
enty tnXuMhows a Liberal strength oi‘
about fiyAhousand, and few losses from
the Democrats who will vote with.the
Republicans rather than endorse Gree
ley. POVI open at 10 a. m.
MISU K L LAN EOUS.
New York, September 3. —James
Frame bit off the thumb aud fingers of
Herman Liptnan in a fight last night.
Lipmau threw a glass tumbler at Frame,
fracturing his skull. Both were arrested.
Frame will die.
When taken to the station Frame,
who wasprazy, was found drinking blood,
which copiously flowed from his fracs
Among the departures for Europe Sat
urday was Coir\Vm. D Main, of'ALr
Providence, R. 1., September 3 —A
male child, about six months old, sup
posed to b-> from the Metis, floated
London, September 3. — A dispatch
from Canterbury reports a fire just broke 1
out over the altar in the eastern end ef
the magnificent Cathedral, and the
flames are spreading rapidly. The tire*
men are on the ground, but no water can
be obtained te throw upon the burning
Financial and Commercial
Noon Telegraphic Market Reports.
London, Sept- 3.—Consols opened
Paris, Sept. 3.- Rentes 53f 35c.
Frankfort, Sept. 3.—Bonds 96.
Liverpool, Sept. 3.—Cotton opened
active and firmer; uplands 101;
Later. —Cotton quieter; sales 12,000;
speculation and exports 3,000: uplands
101; Orleans lOialOL
Breadstuffs quiet and steady; beef 62;
lard 41s 9d.
New York, Sept. 3; —Money easy
at 4; exchange, long S§; short 9’>;
governments dull and Steady; gold steady
at |1 134; State bonds easy; stocks bet
Cotton quiet; sales 5,360; uplands
224; Orleaus 221.
Flour 15c to 25c better; wheat 1c to
2c bettor; corn firm; pork quiet at sl4 15;
lard quiet; steam Bsa9s; turpentine stea
dy at 51; rosin firm at $4 00a4 25 for
strained; freights firm.
A Kentucky Anecdote.
It was customary in former days for
all the ladies of the best families to at
tend the prominent barbecues, and this
was especially the case in the contest be
tween Mr. Breckenridge and General
Coombs, in 1840. Out of these affairs
grew the authentic story of the nicest
widow in the blue-grass region. Not far
from the Forks of Elkhorn lived the
pretty little widow Fauntleroy, and one
of' her nearest neighbors was General
Peyton. The General had looked upon
the little widow very much as he had
looked upon his blooded horse Powhat
tan, “the finest horse in the b)ue-grass
The pretty Mrs. Fauntleroy had been
a widow more than a year; while thfa
General having a great regard for eti
quette, had waited patiently for that time
to elapse, in order to deelaro himself.
But tne widow with her woman’s art, J
kept her lover at bay, aud kept him in
He had escorted her to this barbecue,
aud when returning had expressed his
satisfaction at the prospects of General
Coombs, and tho success of the Whig
The widow took sides witli the Democ
racy, ami offered to wager her bhodetl
saddle horse Gipsey, or anything elso on
her place, against Powhattan, or any
thing c!m she might faucy on the Gener
Tne General's gallantry would not at*
low him t refuse the wager, which be
promptly accepted. My this time they
“BATTLING FQft TH K RIGHT.”
ROME, tn., WEUNtIpAV. SEPTEMBER 4. 1872.
had reached the north fork, of tne Elk
horn, aud were about to ford it (bridges
were not plenty in those days), when
John Peyton, the General’s only sou and
heir, came up at a sharp gait behind
The widow turned aud bowed to John,
aud rode into the stream, but a little be
hind her companion. The east bank was
vferv steep, and required the horses to put
forth all their strength to reach the top
with their leads.
As luek would have it, good or ill, the
widow’s girth broke when just at the coin"
menccment of the steep part The lady,
still seated on her saddle, slid swiftly
back into the water, while her horse went
up the bank like an arrow.
John Peyton leaped from his horse,
aud in an instant caught the floating la<£%,
aud saddle, and before the General hatf
recovered from his astonishment was at
the top of the bank witn his burden.
The little widow was equal to the occa*
stou, for she begged the General to ride
on and stop her horse, which had now
begun to understand his part in the mis
hap, and was beginning to increase his
gait toward home.
The General did as he was bid, and
800 U returned with the horse. In the
meantime John Peyton had secured liis
own horse, and when the General came
back with the widow’s horse she and
John were laughing merrily over the
ridiculous accident, but what further
passed between them is only known to
John Peyton repaired the broken girth,
fisteui'd the saddle again on the horse,
placed the lady in her seat, bade her
good evening, mounted his horse, aud
taking another road down the Elkhorn,
rode rapidly home, leaving the Genera)
to escort the widow.
It is not necessary to relate how he en
tertained his fair companion with nis
ponderous anecdotes of Mr. Clay and
other famous public men; but when he
reached the Fauntleroy place, he accept
ed the lady’s invitation to dismount and
take tea with her.
After having changed her wet cloth
ing, the pretty widow entertained her
guest with her brightest smiles and some
new sougs. The General was delighted,
and expressed his delight as Kentucky
gentlemen of that day would do. “You
are the finest songstress, madam, in the
When he bade her good night, and
shook hands with her on the porch, the
wicked little widow gave hid hand'll lit
tle squeeze, only a little, but it thrilled
like an electric shock through his great
ponderous frame, while she laughingly
reminded him of his wager. That night
in his dreams, the little widow Families
roy was repeated so often, and in so many
bewitching forms, that he resolved to pr •
pose to her at their first meeting, nor did
he dream that he could be refused.
The next morning a 'etter from his to
bacco factor called Gen. Peyton to Louis
ville, and before his return the political
contest in the Ashland District was over;
and, wonderful to relate, John C. Breck
onridge, the young Democrat, was elect
ed to Congress.
Gen. Peyton was both astonished and
indignant.' “Mr. Clay’s district sir, the
finest Congressional district in tho blue
grass region, has disgraced itself, sir,”
was almost his first remark to his neigh
bor, Col. Beaufort.
To his son John, he communicated
his intention of bringing Mrs. Fauntle
roy to adorn the head of his table.
“Sir, she is the finest lady in the blue
grass region, and I hope, sir, you will al
ways respect your future mother.”
John, with a quiet smile, assured him
that he was pleased with his choice. This
pleased the General highly, for he had
been a little afraid John would object to
a step-mother younger than himself.
The next morning the General ordered
Powhattan brought out, and led over to
Mrs. Fautleroy’s. Calling John, he re
quested him to call upon Mrs. Fauntle- j
“The Whig party lias disgraced itself
in Mr. Clay’s district, sir, and lam com j
pelled to part with the finest blooded j
horse in the State to pay a wager, with ;
that lady, sir.”
The black boy had led Powhattan to
the hitching rail in front of Mrs. Faunt
leroy’s yard, and having tied him, had
gone into the quarters to tell his colored
brothers and sisters of their mistress’s
good luck in having won tho famous
When Gen. Peyton and John arrived
they found the pretty young widow and
two young lady friends in the yard ad
“Madam,” said tho General to Mrs.
Fauntleroy, “I have come, like a true
Kentucky gentleman, to pay the wager
I have lost. Powhattan, Madam, is
“But, General, I believe the wager was
conditional. It was the horse or any
thing else etn the place, was it not ?”
“Madam, you are correct, but I can .
not permit you to select an inferior aui*
“You have another and superior ani
mal here,” replied the widow, blushing.
“Your son John, if he would but use his
tongue. I think I shali choose him.”
The General rese, and in his blandest
manner bade the ladies good morning.
To John he said :
“Sir, you will remain.”
Gen. Peyton never forgave his diugli
ter-iu.luw her practical joke, Iu after
yours he used to say ;
“Sir, she’s tho finest lady in thr blue
grass region, but she lacks lasto, sir,”
l)rs. W. 1). Hoyt & (-. H. hitman
Itßincm'LLV AKNOI.Ni K TItkMIRIjVK'
|)lt UUHMAN MAY HR FOUND AT ALti HOIIRK
* / la lb. <rttos. No. ftfllfo.il .Iftut, up *u rl, wit.u
nm )irn(f*lnti.ll R|*v*il.
Is offered to Tho public an tfce
vMOST RELIABLE LINIMENT
Fpr the. relief aud permanent '-u-e of
TOO MI ACHE.
\ f Southern, Made ,
And at least ah reliable at*
AXY PREPARATION OF THE KIND
- WM. KING, Jil, & CO ,
Wholesale Agents, Athens, Ga.
For sale wholesale and retail by
W. I>. 110 VT fc CO., Rome. Ga.
Mar 15 \vin
Rome Female College
THUS ISS A
VountA* Ladles from tlie
SOUTH, NORTH, EAST OR WEST,
May Receive a thorough
Christian JK dnention.
PIUS ENTI fIS COST OF BOARD TUTiOX AND
* dwnttnsfent cxp- iiM-s tor • St.saion of twenty
\v e-H: ii*sr.'7, one hall pa and in advance and one halt
iu them'd'de of the Session. Extra chaive* foi Mu
sic. Frcn-h. Drawing. • 1 Paint.ug and Gvmnastics.
For Circular* address J. M. M. CALDW ELL,
July 2—d*2w wtf. President, Home, Ga.
Sheriff’s Salt 1 for October.
VITILL b' sold before the Court Douse door in the
▼ f city of Home, Flo> and county, on the first Tuesday
in October, t’ o folio* in" property to-wit:
One cane mill and evaporator, one hay horse, blind,
about ten years old, two \ oke of steers, two and five
yearsold. Levied on a- the propet ty of Mart'll White
head and his wife M iry Whitehead, to satisiy a mort
gage fl fa iu favor of Ayer. Hills & Me Dona and vs. said
Whitehead. Property pointed out hi paid ti fa. This
August 5,1872. ‘ W. G. FOSTEH, Dt p. Sh if.
Geo. W. Williams, 2 i .Tames Burro, Jr.
Will*a Bihnib > - F ank K Ta e or,
Jos H.R BERT SON, ) ( lhißT. 8 CAT H CAIIT.
Agents for “Cotton l ies" of
/- S CH.VR.LV-STOX.S.C.
Williams, liernie A Cos.,
65 Beaver Street, and 20 Exchange Place,
Id bend advance* made on cotton and produce ship
ped to us ate!ther point. au"’Md2m
mi. mum § im
BOOTS | SHOES
&c. &c. &c.,
No 9 and 11 Broad Street,
WOULD BEG TO CALL TnE ATTENTION OF
Tf Merchants and Planters to their
VV Licit is constantly being repleu : .ihed by
rrosli Arrh alia,
From ih Manufacturers and importer*. No abate
ment in Jour rffortH to accoiunnuUto the Trading
It* Many liuesof SUMMER Util 7),S’
marked down to iueuro Iholr eale before the Kail
K. 11. CCLC’LOruil,
•HJIIN IIA It KI *H,
July til dll wtliu.
Barlwr ami Hair Dresser
- BROAD STREET,
r iiCijpicTniu.v solicit a share ok th*
* p tuU pawmiage. pledging myaalf t<> kaan mj
SIWPJrIH and near may In M.
4 ’or, Brna.l .tud Bridge Sts.,
■ < > >IE, tiE<>R < i l A,
J. C. fLAWLXXT , Pro’r.
•otiKiind in I Li* Ms Part
> i nmciTY.
f ABBKNGBKB TAKENTO V *.’D FROM TUB DRPO
in tn- >• \
T II E
h iii ! I mix,
Powers & Whitelv,
JAYH; constantly on hand to hire GOOD HORSES
aud Excellent Vehicles, splendid Accommodations
.'or Drovers and others. Dorses, Carriages iiud Bug
gies always on baud for sale. Entire e* .efaction gu&z
an teed to all who patronize ns.
All orders 'eft on the Slate at the Office, for Omnibus,
Oarriagesa Buggies or Saddle Horses, will be prompt
lyattt ned to.
A DEHIRVBIE RESIDENCE,
CONTAINING -kvkn ROOMS, four up stairs
ft’-d three b-i-emout r o ns. situated on the corner
ol Lumpkin and Green streets. Good well of water,
aud garden. Uhe house is piped for gas. Apply to
aprttMf D. li. SMlTli.
KAS IIV IDLE
2>. O. COLEMAN,
M\NUFAPiU >KR OF ALL KINDS OF
MARBLE -ON U.ML NTS, TOOMBS,
HE.\D STON hS. MANTLES,
URNS, VASES, Etc,
Of tho to#t I IMUANaad AMERICAN MARBLE
\”AIvD Mo. S. Colli ge stre* t, between Church
1 and Broad.
Orders promptly filled ands tisfaction guaranteed,
may 28-d.tw y.
Iced I.i iiiuii ule!
Iced Claret Pmieli!
AH. ICIID 8 lt IX ICS* jXT' all
GItAVKS’ V LOONS.
April D-i i
JANES & YEISER
no flu- JH-iTrS.
[Bl IN i)P GHLDBN MO UTAH.]
17 Bi’oiul street. ltomo,.tliu'
t*ninfs, < >3 in, Varnishes,"
( rin Lin whi-ram! Smokinif Tobacco
HD YD-qij \HTKKB OF
BEAMAf S LIVER lEDICINE.
We sell iow for cash. Give ns-a call. octl7ay.
iIIIfEEBIE UO UIICUniL
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA-
Lectures Begin October Ist.
For Catalogues, address Wm. Wertenbakor, Secre
tary of the Faculty, P. O. University of Virginia.
CHAS. 8. VBN ABLE, Chr'u of Faculty.
. The chemistry of Divine Providence has never pro
dac.ed a mineral water which combine? in such perl'cc
tion ilic qualities ol’ anti otlKoua tome and cathartic
me icine, an that, oi the Seltzer Spa; and Tarrant’s
Effervescent S ltzer Aperient in the artificial equ! fl
ic nt of that great natural remedy.
SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
JUDSON FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Marion, Ala. Tho Jioi.li Annual sohsiwi begins the
first of October with fifteen teachers; a handsome
new outfit in parlors, chapel lecture rooms and dic
ing roi ms; twenty-tour pianos and two organs, in!
eluding twelve of SteitTs splendid new instru
ments, elegant new walnut suits and Kittle’s soring
beds in the dormitories, andfi >ois carpeted. Average
attendance for fifteen years past, two hundred. Ex*
Sec see reduced For circular, address Richard H,
awliugs, M. A.. President.
MON MV for all. Best business ever offered
„ A Agents. Address J Crowell, Louis
CAMPAIGN GOODS FOR 1872
Agents wanted for our < ampaign goods. Sell at sight,
cay one hundred oer cent profit. Now is the time.
Send at once for descriptive circulars ami price lists
of our dne steel engravings of all the candidates, cam
paigns, biographies, charts, photographs, badges,
pins, flags and • \vr> thing suited to the times. Tn
Dollars per day easily made. Full samples si*nt for
$!1. Add ess Moo." untl Goodspced, JJ7 I‘ark How.
Thirty new and he ii'iful Dot Price Lint of
T. C. Richard* A Cos.. Man f’rs, ii Murray st., N. Y.
£3OO I P rr month. Agents wanted.
...v/y JHr f ERIE SEWING MA
t MINE o N. Y.. or Chlcag \ 111.
AGENTS WAN TED.—Agents make more money at
work for us than at anything cine. Business light
ami permanent. Particular* free. G. STINSON &CO
Hue Art i'uldlahuis. Portland Maine.
SI,OOO REWARD T
Per Ht>) ru. o 1 hr nil. liii't'dliiif. Unbind nr iiicomted
litlcp. Hint Hr
prepared expree.ly to turn ili pile*, and imthltiK ci<’.
rh.l'i hy iilld'Uxulala. priri film,
Io ocfhii i. xmnuv'u
r EXTRA OLIVE SOAPI
a da nui fried the b*t mneriil. lely per ■
limed. Hold it priee of or loary eoiji. bey It, yod
Flavorlnii Kxtraots are of primary
importaucc tn cooaery; and of all articles of tliia it
l Bcription the highly concentrated Standard Biteact
. prepared by Joreph Burnett & Cos., Bo.ton, are pro
nounced by leading culslniera—Profeetor Bl< lamonp
the number—the purest and beat.
Human Wrecks.-Hvery day u I boor
we meet with broken down specimen. of hu nuily—
wrecks that seem past hope of salvage. At least
seven-' .guts of theso wight be ailed with i uw vital
ity, by a course of Di. Walker’s California Vinegar
Lit ers. Many aro suffering from the rentmnof
ram polluted bitters or pow rfnl mineral e. It ta
characteristic of Dr. Walker’s Great Renton ihethat
it neutralizes the eflect of these mie-called remedies,
and accomplishes, in due time, a perfect cure
Mature dives tTs Teeth, but she
does not preserve and purify them. That must he
dime with Fragrant Sozodont. The dental bone and
its enamel case are made invnlnsraole to all destruc
tive influence by the daily use of this benifleent prep
850.000 Will Be Paid, for auyrem-
Ody which will cure Chronic. Rheumatism, Pains iu
the Lirnhs, Back and Chest, Sore throat, Insect Sting,
Croup, Dysentery, Colic, Sprains aud Vomiting
quicker tnau Dr. Tobias* Venetian Liniment: os tab
lisnediu 1847; never tails, sold by all druggls t
Depot, 10 Pa rk Place. New York. B
Pratt's Astral Oil—More accidents ec
cur from using unsafe oil than Iron steamboat, and
railroads con blned. Over 800,000 families continue
to bnrn Pratt s Astral OH, and no .ceident. oirectly
or ludirectle have occurred f.om burning, storing or
handling it- Oil Mouse of Chas. Pratt, established
1770, New York.
T. D. Claxcx & Co s, Charleston, agonta for South
A lleautlPul White, soft, smoeth and
clear skin, is produced by using O. w. Laird’s
“B'oomof Yonth." It removes tan freckles sun
burns and all other discoloration, from the skin leav
ing the complexion brilliant and besutiftil. Sold at
all druggists. This preparatiou is cntir.ly free from
any material detrimental to health.
list til© Remedy IV ©eded.-Thunk*
to Mre. Winslow 8 Soothing Syrnp, wo have for year*-
been relieved from sleepless nights, ef painful watch'
ing with po.r, suffering, teething children.
1* Ol* 11 yspoPslil, Indigestion, deprcMion
of spirits, and general debility in their various forms:
amo, as a preventative against Fever and Agu . and
other intermittent lever.. The Ferro-Phoßorated
hdixir of Calisaya,made by Caswell, Hazard 4b Cos
Now York, and soid by all druggists, is the beet tonic,
and as a tonic for patients recovering from lever or
®thor eickncea, it hao no canal.
Illsley’tt Genuine Golden Hull
cologne Water according to the original
formula of Provost, Paris, so long and favorably
known to the customers of HavilandT Harral and His--
ley and their branches, for l s flne pennaesut lra
erance is n.w made by 11, W Itieley, and the trade
supplied by his successor?, Morgan Ri.loy, WbuK
pal® Drusgiete, New York.
Thurston's IvOry T*ourl Toot h
rowderg.-The hest article known for eleana
m" and preecrving the teeth and "umn. by ”
druggietß. Price UZ and W ccntr ntr >ott3e. P. r
\\ oils tS - Cos., New York.
darbollo Hill Vfl, nuetjnid as a heallnr
compouud. Phyeiciane recommend it ae the m#*t
wonderful remedy ever known. Price cents per
box. Johu F. Henry, solo proprietor, s. College
CJliriHtad.oro’w llulr I^yo.-Thi#
magnificent comp nnd ie beyond contingency, the
safest und moet reliable dyo in existence; never fail
ing to impart to tho hair, uniformity of c.lor, mour
liment, elasticity. .Manufactory, 08, Majiien L*n.
.Mavnpilla is Opium purified its sicken
ing and poisonous qualities. It is a psrli- ct anodyne
not producing Ueaoachu or constipation of tbs bow
els, as Is the case with other preparations of amiuui.
John Farr, Chemist, Now Y ork.
RXTHA KNGINK, IMPERIAL CROWN SPINDLE,
EXTRA MACHINERY, SPBKM COMPOUND
EX i’KA SEWING MACHINE, COMPOUND CYLIN
DKR OX L 8 , manufacturer by r*. W.
Mend, 124 Maiden Lane, New York, Wholesale
Dealer in Gils ol every description.
1 wunld respeetfuliy call the a'lenlion of manab. -
Hirers to my stock of Oils adapted for Paper, Woolen.
Grist aud Saw Mills, Machine Shops, Ac.
FROTHING OIL—For allaying froth tu Pa *r En
nines. It is less In price than any other oils evea
used, and does twice tuo amount of work. A tri.l is
guarantee, and can be recommended by the larges
paper companies in the country.
MEAD’S EXTRA IXL ENGINE OIL-A perfect Iu
bricator, superior to best Lard Oil for Engine use.
MEAD’S EXTiA IXL MACHINERY OIL—For
Paper, Cotton and WooienMills, Machine Shops, Ac.,
Ac., it being a compound of the best Indicating oil
known, and giveß satisfaction to all who have used It.
MEAD'S IXL MACHINERY OlL—Clear light color,
heavy body, never gums or chills, and has received the
highest testimonials from all who have used It.
MEAD'S PARAFFINE MACHINEERY OIL-For .
cheap Oil it has no equal for light and line machinery.
MEAD’S CROWN SPINDLE OlL—Eqnal to pure
Sperm Oil, particularly adapted to line machinery,
free trim all acids aud alkalies, or anythihg Injurious
to tho finest material- It will stand tho celdest weath
er, being a pure oil. It is the hest Spindle Oil lu me,
keeping every thing clean, bright and cool, and will
run any machinery or engine. Try it.
MEAD’S TALLOW CYLINDER OIL-Mauufac
tnred expressly for cylinder use.
MEAD'S PLUMBAGO GREASE—Made from pure
Plumbago and wa-ranted to last twice aa long and to
contain five times the lubricating quality of common
yellow rosin grease. Used by all railroads, who say it
is the best ever made. Try it and judge for yourself.
Also, SPERM WHALE LAUD. FISH, TANNERS’,
NKATBFOOT, OLIVE, SIGNAL, TALLOW, WEST
VIRGINIA and other Oils.
I guarantee all Oils pure, er they may be returned If
Samples aud quotations sent at any tune upon appli
Soliciting your orders, I remain, Y'ours,
P. *v. MEAD,
April24-UAwtf 124 Maiden Lane, New Yerk.
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Is the Model School of the Went,
It Habra the Nmdrnt
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Andi. the only Institution in the Unitud State, that
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THOM Aft A. RICE, Fresldeai.
TERRA COTTA WORKS.
PIIEUNDKRBIGND HAVE TIIEIR WORKS N
*• full operation and are now prepared to receive ar
dera for all kinds of
TERRA GOTTA WORKS
Rnrlcbraonts for (Awolciv, such as
and everything In the Architectural Hue. Alto,
CHIMNEY TOPS VASES
newer Pol*, Statuary, Etc.
AISO. MAN Ur ACTUREBH OF.
HKWE H PIPE.
from 11 1 ache* to W Inch*. In dlatueUT. Alan, Interior
decoration, th a*
Centre Pieces, Oornlee, lie.
Wo will yuaraatM aU te. work that we udartabe
lo.atcai.to iv. Mtbre tUMMiM.
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