Tin* Daily Enterprise.
MAC O'*, UA„ NKrr, ll*. I*7*.
STORY OP A LIFE.
Furination, and Danger, of the Stage.
A Deeply Intereiting Chapter.
Recently we have noticed, going the
rouudi of the public journal*, the ‘raa*
of Matilda Heron," n woman who, If the
truth were ltnown, lia* auflered more than
full, to the lot of ordinary heroine* to
auftcr. Cenaure haa been heaped upon
(hi* child genius nuftpnringly, and the
vilest inaitinaliotia have not been wanting
to give sharpness to lier pangs. We arc
not the apologist of wrong, but who would
uot befriend poor Matilda Heron? Who
will asy that she did nststart out with the
most holy yearning* for character and
fame ? To denounce the genius of the
stage is to do a jtopular. hut an unworthy
thlug. And to say that no good can corns
out of this Nazareth is Pi In.ult IdsPiry,
and establish the slur chamber of unfeel
The following Incidents repp riled in the
life of Matilda llcrou, air from the J>en of
one who knows whereof lie speaks, and
appeared recently iu tin- Ht Inins Kepoh
It loin not Immmi staled lately that Ms
lilda Heron was Innn in Ireland alsmt t 5
years ago, and removed witli tier family to
this country nt a very caily age Her
Inotlier. Ali.xar.der Heron, was prosperous
in I’liilailelpliiu. where tin- family settled,
and tlnaily liecarnc liie pimripa] owner
ami manager of a line ot packets which
tan I art ween Philadelphia and Charleston,
Matilda Heron’s boarding-nclmol was
opposite the Walnut siteet tln-atrc, I’hilu
delphia. and she often sat In Hie upper
window* of lliat institution and listened to
the applause ami dreamed of fame. It wus
there site made a resolution of going upon
the stage and becoming great and oinking
the world ring with her own applause
Klin stole an interview with Mr Peter
ltichiugs, the manager, told him of tier
design, and put herself secretly under his
elocutionary tuition. At first he told her
sliu could never do it, but she thought dif
fernntiy. ns events afterwards proved. At
length her patient instructor was con
viucod there wits something in her besides
school-girl dreams and nonsense, and told
her so. Hu hud great iiopcs ot her. In
patient Pill years were spent, and at length
Mr Hichings thought she was stilHciently
advanced Pi make a first appearance.
a sliceßssrt i. MKIIIIT.
The debut was well worked up. It
was announced that a young lady belong
ing to one of tlie first families of Philadel
phia was preparing fora first appearance
on the stage. All the first families, which
included nearly the whole city, made dili
gent ii;t|uirics and kept strict watch npou
all their female members. The young
lady wits not discovered by (Ids process of
The tirst intimation that Alexander
Heron had that he was at all interested in
the young debutant was seeing Ids sister’s
name in big letters on the theatre (Misters
one morning. Her family tried to dis
suade her from the dangerous step, but
she had gone too far, and bulH tip Pm
strong a structure of triumph and great
ness aud glory iu her imagination. The
family monitor then told her to go her
own way, and she went. She appeared
at the Waluut, according to programme,
playing the part of “Uiauca,” in the trag
inly of "Fazio, or the Italian wife," nnd
made a success. Of course the house was
jammed. At the close of the performance
she was called out, aud appeared with Mr.
Hi liiugs as her guide, counsellor and
frtaud. Khe did not make a speech that
night, but Mr. Hichings did for lier. Bhe
gracefully left the stage and Mr. Hichings
stayed aud told the audience that Matilda
Heron was bound to become a great sc
ire**. lie look Iho responsibility of what
he knew of her and what all had seen that
night of predicting for her a brilliant the
atrical career. The writer of this was
there and heard that prophecy uttered.
The audience subecribed to it by thunders
of applause, duriug which nearly all rose
to their feet. It was the electricity of
mingled hope and conviction that an
oracle had spoken, whoso word* would
surely ho fulfilled
Matilda Heron bad become dead letter
perfect In ten of the leading female char
actcra of the drauia, aud played in uu on
gagemeut of a week at the Walnut. It
was a week full of promise, nnd no cloud
of doubt appeared.
tuk old sronv.
Hut disappointment soon came. It took
seven days to make the world, but some
other sorts of stars are not finished up to
shine so quickly. A week's engagement
among friends, and In a city Immediately
Interested in the success of the young do*
butate was indeed a brilliant affair Other
cities offered no inducements like lier
home, aud after a tardy trial or two as a
star Matilda Heron descended from her
high pinnacle iu the realm of stortHiuuis
down to the dead level of a stock compa
ny. Professional actors and actresses do
not like star novices, and look with Jealous
eyes on their pretensions. They do every
thing they can t annoy them, sometimes
even tresliug them with rudeness They
will not work up scenes, biul contrive
traps to catch the novice napping. They
seldom fail to accomplish their purpose,
confusion aud humiliation. So promising
a novice ns Matilda Heron found that she
Imd to begin at the beginning and learn
the practical branches of her profession
She was forced to commence at the tan
tout of the ladder and climb. She did it,
and in pursuance of the design drifted into
the Bowery, New York, and performed
drudgery for the managers and the public.
Want was often tier portion, and misery
lier companion, but site had an indontitn
tde will, and sho had ambition, and she
She broke away flout New New when
she finally despaired of rising there among
the barrenness of her surroundings,
aiut shot away for California. In
Shu Francisco site made lier tirst suc
cess as a star, after her debut years before
Site also made friends and money, and
tas-time that dangerous thing to lie—the
pgt of the putdic. Here she established
her first substantia! reputation as a rising
TIIR NEW HKVEI.ATtON.
After this she went to Europe for pastime
and culture, and whirled into the gay city
of Pari*. Camilie eras the rage of the French
metropolis and the wonder of France,
aud, therefore, of the world. She went
to the theatre and saw Madame lXvchc iu
the part. While looking at the play, rapt
iu its passionate scenes aud splendid move
ment, she received a tap on the shoulder,
and turned to see who could approach
her with such unceremonious familiarity
A well known voice addressed her—a
voice *be hail not hranl for many year*.
"Tlllie, translate that play, you can
make a great aenantion with it In Ameri
ca." It waa her brother Alexander Heron
who apoke. and it waa the first time ahe
had aecu him. or he hud spoken to b< r
since he hod told lier to go her own way.
The brother and slater were reconciled,
and ahe got her life and hope from Ins
The actress translated the plays and re
turned to America, hut the doors of all
the leading theatres were closed against
her as a star. New York would not lis
ten to her propositions; Philadelphia waa
deaf to her entreaties, Pittsburg did bet
ter. It listened to the new French sensa
tion of "Camille" and went to sleep. The
play fell flat and was smoked out. The
hopeful actress had translated and played
her great play and it was a failure.
The remainder of this story is wliiit may
lie written of one hull of the children of
Matilda Heron loves; marries; is dis
appointed aud forsaken ; makes womanly
and unwomanly sacrifices nntil finally she
become* the scandal or the glory of the
Then ensue complications. Her domes
tic infelicities thicken She merries again,
under tin- impression that she is free, or
|M isuaded that she is . clouds gather hik!
storms roll , applause dies ; the ft< kl; vir
tuous* public find* pi aline in its Idol, and
the rove* ofCarinille are now bitterly real
Tliii i nil foixikeii. for lorn, destitute,
friendless. wi'li plenty of chii-liou lecl to
(ness poor. itiisgiihU’d Madid* Heron
deeper down and plenty of woman's
tongues to blister her si.ill with tin 1
And now, cut adrift aud hopeless, tills
< hill of public brenth, is moaning out the
weary days, until Hie charitable darkness
covers lu r from sight, and tire hands of
the Sexton gently hide her Iu the grave.
Thin muivtillt <1 Medicine lx warranted not to
contain n single imrtlcle of Mainruy, or any
injnrloua mineral substance, hut is
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stimulating the torpid Livkh and HowKi.a, unit
imparting uew I.lfe and Vigor to the whole sys
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K 411.1104 D TIME SCHEDULE.
CHanaro of Schedule.
SCPF.ItINTK.NDENT’S OFFICE, |
SotlTU-\VBsTXHN RaILHOAP CO., V
Macon, tia., June 13, 1871. J
ON and after Sunday, tilth Inst, Passenger
Trains on this Road, will be run aa fol
IIAT lUril'LA PASHISMinK TRAIN.
Leave Macon .... 8:0(1 *. a
Arrive at Kufaola . . 4:43 r. “■
Arrive at Clayton . . 0: IS M.
Arrive at Albiuiy . . . ‘<l:4o t’. m.
Arrive at Fort (laities . ~ 4:40 r. m
Connecting with the Albany Branch Train at
BmltiivtUe and with Fort Caines branch Train
at Cuthbert dully.
Leave Clayton . . 7:20 *. m.
Leave Kufaula . . . 8:50 a. m.
Leave Fort OolnM 8:35 a. M.
Leave Albany .... 10:45 a. u.
Arrive at Macon . . . 5:85 r. u.
■vrart.a riuht vrkiout ani> acooMuona-
Leave Macon . . . . 9 10 r. u.
irrlve at Kufaula . . 10:20 a. .
Arrive at Albany . . . 0:45 a. m.
Arrive at Fort (iitlncs . . 11:52 a. M.
Connect t Smlthvllle with Albany Train on
Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday night*,
and at Cuthbert on Tuesday and Thua*d*y.~
No train leave* on Saturvlay night*.
Leave Kufaula . . . 5:15 r. M.
Leave AU>anv .... 8:40 I’. M.
Leave Fort Glnea . . . 1:10 r. u.
Arrive at Macon . . 5:20 *. vi.
cot,l'Mnes nav i-as-nsoaa train.
Leave Macon .... 5:45 a. u.
Arrive at Columbus . . . 11:15 a. m.
Leave Columbus . 4:10 P. M.
Arrive at Mseon 0:35 r. M.
V 1 ltd 1L POWERS,
83-ly Engineer and Superintendent.
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFCK. 1
Macon.l! Uhcnswick Rau-Koati Cos., y
Macon, lla., June IS, 1872. I
ON and ofler Sunday June lttth, 1872, trains
will run as follows :
DAT ACCOMMOtraTtON TKAtN rtAUT.
Leave Macon 8:20 a m.
Arrive at Jesup 5:'2 r. u.
Arrive at Brunswick 10:00 P, M.
Leave Brunswick 4 30 a. m.
Arrive at .byup 8:45 a. m.
Arrive at Macon 5:30 p, m
Connects closely at Jesup with trains t At
lantic and tiulf Railroad, to and front Savannah
BAWRINSVII 1.1 THAIS HAII.T, (St NDAtS EX
I.eave Macon 3:55 v. xt.
Arrive at Hawklnsvlllv 8:30 r. ta.
Leave Mawktnarllle 8:55 a, m.
Arrive at Macon 10:30 a. M.
53- tf General Superintendent.
ICE ! IC E! ICE!
ICR one cent a pound as usual. No rise iu
price now or hcroaflcr.'
W. I*. CARLOS,
Wholesale and Ketnll Gracer,
ICR, FRI ITR, I'INII, ETC.,
Mulberry Street, opposite Lanier House,
88-W Macon. Oa.
IS NOW PREPARED
TO KXECUTB ALL KINDS OF PRINTING!
01 HO HEARS,
BILLS OF FARE,
And in a style equal to any. Extensive additions are daily being
made to our
STOCK AND MATERIAL
Will. • very effort will be made to render satisfaction unto all who may
favot us with their pataonage.
IN TIIE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF ALL WORK.
AT AS REASONABLE PRICES AS CAN BE DONE SOUTH
OF MASON AND DIXON’S LINE.
OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN
AND WE CHALLENGE THE STATE TO EXCEL US.
1 jinoH, Win*** Ac Smith,
PROPRIETORS, MACON, GA.
It has been the custom heretofore, and will probably remain so to a
great extent, for our merchants and business men generally to send
North to have their printing done, simply because it can be done there
at a little lower figure than here. If our people would discontinue
patronizing such men, they would soon see the policy, if not the jus
tice, in having their work done at home. Calicos are not manufactured
in the South, and hence the merchant must send where it is made, but
here we have printing offices all around us, doing work at a very small
advance on northern prices, and still the work is sent away. We hope
the time is not for distant when our merchants will awake to their in
terests and patronize home institutions. It is a wrong pntctic# and
should ha condemned.
MAt’OM PRICE ITRRB.IT.
raovisKfflS, um, oaocaans. *e.
BACON—Clear-ribbed Bide* (smoked) 1212,%
HAMS—Magnolia 8. C., canvaased... 18%*1U
Tennessee, plain-cared 18*18%
White Bellies 10*U
PORK —Pickled .mens WOO
New, mens 10 00
Pickled, ramps 15 00
BULK MF.ATB—Cask Sides
LARD—Prime Leaf, Tierces 11*1 l>i
FLOUR -Low superfine per litil *7 00
Standard superfine.. S 50
Extra 0 00
Family 10 00
" Wyleys X X X X ' ,
(leorgia Mills )’ 11 50*12 00
Hyacinths 11 00
‘‘Domestic” 10 00
Star of Beauty 1100
Belle of Georgia,.... 11 00
Pride of Dixie 10 00
Silver Lake 10 50
CORN —White per bushel 98al 00
Mixed jier bushel 90u95
GRITS-per bushel 1 35
OATS—per bushel a75
FIELD PEAS—per bushel
HAY—Northern <-00*2 10
Tennessee 0 05u0 10
Clover 0 00
PEA NUTS—per bushel 150
POT A rOES—Planting
Table use 3 50
BUTTER —Goshen No. 1 per lb 43*44
Goshen No 0 jer lb 05
Tennessee No. 1 “ 25a28
Tennessee No 0 ‘* 15
coffee —ri<> per m 28*25
.(avu per Hi 08a34
CHEESE—Best Cream per lb.. 17
New York per 1b... 15
MOLASSES —N. O. Syrup pt; gal 05
"Georgia” pergai.. 70
Sugar House 36
SYRUPS—GoIden Drips, pergai... 75
Medium per gal 05
Ordinary per gal 55
SUGAR—"A" per lb 18%a j
White Extra " C” 18a
New Orleans (lihds) .... 10,10% i
Yellow C 12%a
Porti Kico 111-0 j
POWDER —Hazard per keg 7 05
Orange Mills 7 00
SHOT—Per sack 0 90a3 00
CRACKERS—Butter per lb 00
Sugar 13 1-2
Ginger Snaps 15
CANDY—New York per lb 19
M. P.. Rogers A Cos 18
BLACKING —No. 1 per gross 5 00
No. 2 6 00
No. 3 7 00
SODA—Bi-Carb. per lb 8 l-2a9
POTASH—Per lb lOall
SOAP—Turpentine per lb 6 1-2
Toilet per doz 75al 2o
YEAST POWDERS —Preston and
Merrill’s per doz. ' 00
Horsford’s 2 90
TOBACCO—Choice Chewing per lb 75
Choice Smoking 1 25
ClGAßS—lmported per thousand 75 OOnlfiO 00
Domestic 15 OOafiO 00
SNUFF —Scotch per lb 78
PIPES—Per box 2 50a4 50
MACKEREL—No. 1 kits 2 25a2 50
No. 2 bbls 13 50a14 00
No. 2 kits 1 75
No. 3 bbls—large..ll 50a12 00
No. Skits 1 50al 70
WHITE FISH—Half bbl 7 50
CANDLES—Best Star (full w’t)... 21%a32
EGGS—Per doz SO
CHICKENS—Per doz 3 00a5 00
SALT—Virginia per sack 2 10a3 15
Liverpool 2 00a2 10
OSNABUKGS—No. 1 17
No. 2 15
MilledgevilleNd. 2 14%
MACON SHEETING 18%
Waymauville Sheeting 13%
Houston Sheeting 13
Houston Stripes 13%a15
High Shoal Siripes 17
Montour Shirting —% U%
Factory Sewing Thread 62%a65
YARNS- al 00
HIDES—Dry flint 14a16
SWEET POTATOES 75al 00
WHISKY—Common Rye 1 05al 10
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MARKET REPORTS OP
FANCY FAMILY GROCER IBS, CORRECTED
DAILY BY GREER, LAKE A CO., 62 CHERRY
AND 04 TniRD-STUEETS, MACON, OA.
FLOUR—Cook & Cheek’s
choice pr. hi. I0 00al2 00
Wyley’s XXXX fancy 10 00al2 00
Crown, (Pride of the
west) 9all 00
HAMS—Sugar cured,country cur
ed and Pig, best brands 16a 18
BUTTER—New giltedge 35a 38
SUGARS—A. B. Ex. C. Scotch &
hard 13a 16
TEAS—Finest Young Hyson and
Black 1 50a 2 00
COFFEE—OId brown Gov. Java. 30a 35
White and little green
Rio 23a 26
TONGUES —Choice Beef and Buf
falo 75a 1 50
FISH —Smoked Salmon
POTATOES AND ONIONS 3 50a 4 50
APPLES—Red and Russett a
LEMONS—French 14 OOalli 00
CHAMPAGNE—Imported, cape. 28 00a33 00
CLARET AND SATURN’S—Imp. 5 00a25 00
WHISKY—OId Family Rye 2 50a 6 00
BRANDY—French, for iamily use 5 00al2 00
SEGARS—Imp’d and domestic.. 20 00al50 00
TOBACCO—Virginia and N. C... 48a 1 25
SYRUP—Georgia Cane 55a 65
N. York Silver Drips. 75a 100
Diamond Drips, and
•white Drips 1 25a 1 50
Arrival; and Closing of Italia.
Macon & Augusta R. R. Wav
and MiUedgeviUe 7:40r. v. 7p. m.
Augusta and Carolinas 7 p. M.
Macon & Brunswick 2:25p.m. 7a m.
Macon and Atlanta and West
ern States (Night Train). .7:30a. m. 4:30 pm
(Day Train) 6:10p. m. 6:10 am
Muscogee R. R. Way Colum
bus 6 p.m. 7 p.m.
S. W. R. R. (Day Train) 4:35 p, M. 7A. M.
Americas aud Eufaula (Night
Train) 7 p.m.
C. R. R. Way Savannah and
Northern (Day Train) 4:51 p. m. 7a. m.
Northern, Savannah and Ea
ton (Night Train) 5:15a. m. 5:20 p m
HawkinsviUe daily (Sundays
excepted 10:30 a. m. 2pm
and Satuidav 12 m. 13:80 pm
Jeffersonville and Twiggs
ville, Wednesday 7 A. M.
Wednesday 2:25 P.
BY BREAD WE LIVE
THE undersigned has established a first class
BAKERY where our citizens can obtain
bread that is bread. My wagon will supply
citizens at their residences. I use only the b -st
flour and materials generally.
123-148 MARK ISAACS.
Building Lot For Sale.
SITUATED near Tatnall Square, within *
few steps of Mercer University.
Addreas K. C., Box K.,
iwtf Macon. o*. .
MONTH easily made with Stencil
Key-Cheek Dies. SeeureCireu
isr and Samples, J'rrt. S. M. Spencer, Brsltle
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male or fumale, 660 a week ia guaranteed.
Respectable employment at home, day or eve
ning; no capital required; full instructions
and valuable package of good* to start with
sent by mail. Address with 6 cent return
stamp M. YOUNG * CO.,
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cash, if you will engage with us at once. Every
thing furnished and expenses paid. Address
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iiua of ad partlM. Over 40 Steel Portrait*.
worth twice the cost of the hook. Wanted
everywhere. Agents have wonderful success.
Semi for Circulars. Address
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518 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
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written by himself; and for our 1872 CAM
PAIGN MANUEL, a hook of the times for all
parties. Illustrated One Agent sold 80 in
three days. Also, for Headley’s Life of Presi
dent Grunt, nnd Splandid Portraits of Candi
dates. 3300 a month made.
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Publisher, 805 Broadway, N. Y.
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T BURNHAM, York, Pa.
St CLAIR HOTEL
This New nnd Beautiful Hotel is now OPEN
to the public. Located on MONUMENT
SQUARE, convenient alike to the business
man aud the tourist. It is the only hotel in
Baltimore embracing elevator, suits of rooms
with baths and all other conveniencies.
To accommodate Merchants, Commercial
Travelers and others, the rates will be *2 per
day for rooms on the fourtli and fifth floors,
making the difference on account of the eleva
tion. Ordinary transient rates for lower rooms,
$3 per day.
Guests desiring to take advantage of the
above rates will please notify the clerk before
rooms are assigned. An improved elevator for
the use of the guests is constantly running,
from 0 A. M. till 11 P. M.
HARRY H. FOGLE, Manager.
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which, from continued use brings Piles and
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the popular name of "Bitters” i8 60 extensively
palmed otfon the public as soverc™ remedies,
but it is u most powerful Tonic and
alterative, pronounced so by the leading
medical authorities of London and Paris, ana
has been long used by the regular .’physicians
of other countries with wonderful remedial re
Er. Well’s Extract of JnrnEeEa,
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plant and must be taken as a permanent cura
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Take Juriibebn to cleanse, purify and
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Unless digestion is promptly aided the system
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Sole Agent for the United States.
Price One Dollar per bottle. Send for Circular.
NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL, YA.
Bession 1872-73 opens Sept. 20th, 1872.
WILLIAM D. CABELL, (Univ. Va.) Principal.
F. Key Meade, (Univ. Va.) Instructor in An
Ro. L. Harrison, M. A., (Univ. Va.) Instruc
tor in Modern Languages, English, etc.
Tnos. A. Seddon, (Mathematical Medalist,
Univ. Va.) Instructor in Mathematics.
Ro. L. Brown, (Univ. Va.) Instructor in Book
keeping, English, etc.
Waller Holladay, B. Se.,C. & M. E., (Univ.
Va.) Instructor in Applied Mathematics
and in Analytical and Applied Chemistry.
D. S. G. Cauell, (Univ. Va.) Instructor in
WILLIAM 1). CABELL, Principal,
University of Virginia, May 9, 1872.
To Win. 1). Cabell, Esq., Principal.
My Dear Sir: I have a high appreciation of
the work your School is doing for the State
and Country, and of the importance of send
ing you tlie best men as your assistants.
Yours, very truly,
CHARLES H. VENABLE,
115-142 Cli’ui of the Faculty, U. of Va.
Was incorporated as a regular College in 1849,
with power to confer degrees. It was liber
ally endowed by the State of Maryland in ISbO,
and affords every facility for a thorough and
accomplished Education. It enjoys the patron
age oi the Middle, Southern and Western
States. Catalogues may be hade at this office,
or of N. C. BROOK, L.K.D.,
President, Baltimore, Md.
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“ DOMHfSTIU ” S. M. CO,
96 Chambers SL, New York, or Atlanta, Ga.
MACON BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Wholrsnle Ursrers, A r.
BURDICK BROTHERS, Third street, be
tween Cherry and Poplar. tf
WA. HUFF, Third Street, corner Cherry
* street. u 0
LAWTON A HATES, Fourth Street, next
to Lawton A Willingham*. tf
■V? A. MAGKATH, Hollingsworth Block,
ill Poplar street, ueur Fourth. Mfi-lf
GEO. PAYNE, opposite Palace of Justice,
Macon, Ga. 80-76
RB. HALL, corner of Cherry and Cotton
• Avenue. tf
Hunt, ran kin a lamar, no. S3 umiM4
J’NO. INGALLS, corner Poplar and Fourth
street, Hollingsworth block. .’Mi-tf
W P. CARLOS, No. 86, Mulberry-street,
• opposite the Lanier House. tf
RJ. ANDERSON, Hrnve Sewing Mu
• chine, Cotton Avenue. tlßtf
Brown house—e. e. brown a son,
Proprietors, Opp Passenger Depot tf
o pots woo d—t. h. Harris, proprietor,
O Opposite Passenger Depot. tl
Hoiini* anal Sign I’liinitei-M.
\\J YNDHAM A Cl >., under Spotawood
VV Hotel. u
AI loruey* lit |,nv,
JOHN B. WEEMS, Office, Ralslon’s block,
over UasdtiPs. tl
CB. WOOTEN, Office, ss Y> i.-hington
• block, up stairs. tf
]y£ B. GERRY, Office, Court 11 a usa-.
AO. BACON, Office, 86 Cherry-- 1 relt.
fpiIOMAS B. GRESHAM, office No. 94 Mul-
X berry- street tl
WHITTLE A GUSTlN,office No. " Cotton
r p W. MASON, Office, over First National
X • Bunk. tf
Jeweler* and M’utcli Maker*.
JH. OTTO, under Spotswood Hotel.
Houae Furnishing Good*,
OLIVER, DOUGLASS & CO., Third Street,
between Cherry and Mulberry. tf
MIX A KIRTLAND, 8 Cotton Avenue, 66
Third Street. tf
WA E. P. TAYLOR, corner of Cotton
• Avenue and Cherry-streets. tf
BERND BROS., Third Street, between
Cherry and Mulberry-streets. tf
Bookseller)*, Stationery, &c.
■gROWN A Cos., 46 Second Street.
RJ. ANDERSON, Music, Cotton Avenue.
GUILFORD, WOOD & CO., 84 Mulberry
CARHART & CURD, No. 65 and 07 Cherry
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar.
T,o have more
merit than any
tion ever offered to
It is rich in the medicinal qual
ities of Tar, and unequaled for diseas
es of the Throat and Lungs, per
forming the most remarkable cures.
Coughs, Colds, Chronic Coughs,
It effectually cures them all.
Asthma and Bronchitis.
Has cured so many cases
it has been pronounced -
specific for these complaints.
For pains in Breast Side or Bach
Oravel or Kidney Disease,
Diseases of the Urinary Organs,
Jaundice or any River Complain
It has no equal.
It is also a superior Tonic.
Restores the Appetite,
Strengthens the System,
Restores the Weak and
Causes the Food to" Digest,
Removes Dyspepsia and
Prevents Malarious Fevers,
Dives tone to your System.
Tr-’ Dr. Crook’s Wine of Tar.
Purify youii blood.
4 For Scrotnla, Scrofu
•if lous Di sea ses of the
Eyes, or Scrofula in
&& any form.
Any disease or eruption of
the Skin, disease of the Liver,
Rheumatism, Pimples, Old
ClYSores, Ulcers, Broken-down
Constitutions, Syphilis, or any
disease depending on a deprav
ed condition of the blood, try
SI RUP OF
TTj JS It has the medical property
lyy of Poke combined with a pre
paration ot Iron which goes at
y/ once into the blood, perform
ing the most rapid and wonderful cures.
Ask your Druggist for Dr. Crook's Com
pound Syrup of Poke Boot—take it and le
healed. DOWIf . MOIBE & paYIS,
Charleston, 8 C., Wholesale Agent*
Sl-Iy For Dr. Crook’s Remedies.^
IT will be to the interest of boarders to apply
to this office, as reasonable board and pi<*>-
ant np stair, room, can be obtained for tb
summer months in a delightful portion