Macon daily enterprise. (Macon, Ga.) 1872-1873, November 06, 1872, Image 4
■w* a. awit’s Corn, Bacon aii Flo® Emilia OF MIDDLE GEORGIA. Corn, Bacon, Flour, Salt, Bagging*, Ties, Sugar, Colfee, Etc. I'll V I' CKI.I'.IIKA IM> BRAND Of I'l.ori:, “THE PRIDE OE DIXIE,” The Best in llui World. Always 011 Hi.ihl. I rl.ilm Mtpn'iur fmililiut* in tin- juin lias*’of m CORN, BACON, FLOOD, BAGGING TIER, ETC., ETC., Ami 1 will in iKi it to tin' Inter*** t f NtenlmiiU and Plan tu t all on iii* with lln-lr MONKV or OOOI) I'AI'F.II. ItejnotmMe time tiven to nil good parti* W. A. HUFF. 7 tr reduction! REDUCTION!! In coiiNiMjuence nC tin j'lval i i'll net ion in piioi* of (lino lies in tin Nurtlicrn innrlo'ts, uiitl owin 1.. llio Fli'pcal of Dnti, on m.inv min i. ■ in our lino, wo nmv ofi'or t In* following- goo. Is at nnnoxeil jn ioo.s : 7 Lbs. A. Sugar for SI.OO. 7 1-2 Lbs. Ex. C. Sugar for SI.OO. 8 Lbs. C. Sugar for SI.OO. MIXED TEAS 15c. Per Lb. SEGARS A SPECIALTY! Foreign and Domestic Wines ami Liiiuoivs 'll - I'VFKY lUSi RIPTION Fresh Crackers Every Week! If You Don’t sic what You Want, Ask for it. PUTZEL & JACOBS. J iHS OBK aiiOCEBV store. s ST, DAMon: block SHF THE ENTERPRISE .jro'O t |***r**jN6 ESTABLISHMENT fllfct S XT m jj, ISliff j 1— .... ■ - . IS NOW PH KPA HKD TO KXKCUTK ATI, KINDS OK I’BINTING ! SUCH AS CARDS,* RILL MEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, * STATKME TS, BILLS OF’FARE, NOTE HEADS, INVITATION CARDS, HAND BILLS, DODGERS, ETC., ETC , Aiul in a. style equal to any. Extensive additions are daily being made to our STOCK AND MATERIAL Wlii. ■ very ell',e l will lie made to n nd, r satisfaction unto all who may 1 favoi us with their patuntiag". PROMPTNESS ! IN THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF ALL WORK. CHEAPNESS! AT AS REASONABLE PRICES AS CAN BE DONE SOUTH OF MASON AND DIXON’S LINE. NEATNESS! OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN THIS PARTICULAR, AND WE CHALLENGE THE STATE TO EXCEL US. AtltllV: 2 111 < , tisji' Nc yimitli, PROPRIETORS, MACON, GA. * I -*■ ft- PRINTING h lias been the custom heietofore, and will probably remain so to a great extent, tor our merchants and business men g, nerallv to send N'erth 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 tiie, 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 patronise home institutions. It is a wrong practice and should lx l condemned. P'AIRXrtSED iCtCTTEE. FREE TO BOOK AGENTS An Klrsnntly llouinl t' un V lH p in-. Itoi.n for tFiO best and cheapestfamily Bible ever published, will be sent free of e lie rye to any book agent. ft contains ncarl) 500 line Scripture Illustrations, unit agents are meet ing with unprecedented success. Address,, stating experience, etc., and will R bow you' wlmtour agents me doin:.'. VVI'IO * Il KI.IMIII.X; CO., Memphis, Tcmi., or Atlanta, (in. 1 1 ’ I'YTi;, somi: i Wing new, sai- AllXli* XO | ul,],. articles, sell at right. ir ,yi Oatnlo-'o,-, and one sample n anlcd. I tor-, log C0.,-81 CcmrUaad Bt, M. . DON’T IC<> lleceiuMl, but for coughs. ••• ■Ms, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial dilHculties, J lELLS’.CARBOLIC TABLETS Woi'llilcMM Imitation* are on the market, but the only scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid for I.ung diseases is when chem ically combined with other well known reme dies, as in these taiu.ets, anil all parties are cautioned against using any other. In nil i-asi-s of irritation of flic mucous mcnhranc these tablets should be freely used, their demising and healing properties arc as tonishing. * . . IB* Avariic<l, Vi ter neglect a roll, it i> ea sily cured in Its incipient state, when it becomes chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult,, use WdN’ Carbolic Tablets as a specific. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, is Platt St., New York, 4w * sJole Avt lit for Unlteo States. Price 25 cents a box. Send for Circular. \\J ANTED - AY/,, rioa-fl" Yio< ■!: Ag* ots nod \ V C mtvtissrrH , iu ail parts of the U. S. to sell the MEMOIR OF HUGER BROOKE TANEY, rhi-f Justice f the Supreme Court of the l llited States. No book heretofore published iu the country throws so much upon our Constitutional and Political History It is a work of extraordinary interest and of permanent vtfluc to tin* Historian, the Lawyer, Statesman, the Politician, and every class of intelligent readers. £ ' Sold by Subscription only—Exclusive Temtory given. For Terms, for Life 01 TAN EY—Life of Gen. LEE, etc . address at once, Ml’KPlty i‘c CO , Publishers, Baltimore. lo rPJ.TO IX’** month, e\tn Z where, male and h-male, to introduce th **■* (i]• N c INE IMP<)VEL C()MMON SEN. i ?S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. TliL machine will f-titeh, Lem, fell, tuck, quilt, is*** cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most "T superior uianmr. Price only sls. Full J licensed and warranted for live years. We x will pay %1,000 for arv machine that will '*- r * sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It makes tii J-'/* Elastic Lock Stitch.” Every second .-ditch can.be cut, and still the cloth cannot lie pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agents from $75 to $250 per month and e penses, ora commission from which twice that amount can be made. Address &ECOMB CO., Jkistoriy Mass. , JH.'tdituyh, ih., Chicago , 111., or St. J.ouis , Mo. SI Clair Hotel, Baltimore, Md. This New and Beautiful Hotel is now open to the public. Located on MONUMENT SQUARE, convenient alike to the business man and the tourist. It is the only hotel in Bal timore embracing elevator, suits of rooms with baths, and all other conveniences. To accommodate Merchants, Commercial Travelers and others, the rates will be $2 per day for rooms on the fourth 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 oa. m. until 11 i*. m. HARRY 11. FOGLE, Manager. (heap fiamis! Free Homes! ON the line of the UNION PACIFIC RAIL ROAD. 12,000,000 acres of the best Farming and Mineral Lands in America. 000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte Valley, now for sale. 32ild Climate, Fertile Soil, for Grain growing and Stock Raising unsur passed by any in the United States. Cheauek in Prior, more favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than can be found elsewhere. Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers. The best location for Colonies—Soldiers en titled to a Homestead of IGO Acres. Send for the new Descriptive with new maps, published in English, German, Swedish and Danish, mailed free everywhere. Address, O. F. DAVIS, Land Coni'r U. P. R. 11. Cos., Omaha, Neb. IbloodpurifiebM It is not a physic which may give temporary relief to thesuflerer for the first few doses, but which, from continued use brings Piles and kindred diseases to aid in weakening the inval id, nor is it a doctored liquor, wMcb, under the popular name of “Bitters” is so extensively palmed off on the public as soveregn remedies, but it is a most powerful Tonic a ml ulleruiive. pronounced so by the leading medical authorities of London and Paris, and has been long used by the regular 'physicians of other countries with wonderful remedial re sults. Dr. fell’s Estract of JirnMa, retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the plant and must be taken as a permanent cura tive agent. I* their want of nclion In your l.ivcr Spleen ? Unless relieved it once, the blood becomes impure bv deleterious secretions, producing scrofulous or skin dis ease, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pim ples, ,Xc.. die. Tuk .8 it rubella to cleanse, purify aud restore the vitiated Wood to healthy action, tlaveyou sj Dyspeptic Slomaeli ? Lnless digestion is pronq-tly aided tho- system is debilitated with loss of vital force, poverty of the Blood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weak ness or Lassitude. Take it to assist. Digestion without reaction, it will Impart youthful vigor to the weary suf tvrer. Slave you IVeakness ol'the In. testini'K? You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or the dreadful inßammation of the Bowels. Take to allay irritation and ward off tenden cy to inilawmatious. Have you weakness of tlie I - Urinary Organs? Y,.u must procurs instant relief or you are liable t, suit',: iug Wv.rse than death. Takn it to strengthen organic weakne-s or life becomes a burden. Finally it should be frequently taken to keep the system la perfect health or you are other wise.,!! great ilanger of malarial, miasmatic or contagious diseases. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IS Platt St., New York, Sole Agent for the United States." Price One Dollar pcrbottle Scud for Circular. THOMSON’S WORLD ItnOiVMI) DATUM’ ti LO V E FITTING C ORSET No CORSET has ever enjoyed such a world wide popularity. The demand for them is constantly increas ing, because THEY GIVE UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION' Are Handsome, Durable, Economical aud A PERFECT FIT. Ask for THOMSON’S GENUINE GLOVE FITTING, every Corset being stamped with the name THOMSON, and the trade mark a Crown. Sold by all Firt.Cla* Dealer*. f 68-4.94. “Ilanl Stamps” all varieties. Circulars free. Agl* Wnnted. W. Tl. H. Davis* Cos. Mfrs. TD Nassau, M. Y. ■* w BUIIDERS |Kce: on Building. A. J. Bickmeu. it C0.,87 Warren St., N. V. RAILROAD TI HE SCHEDULE. . C! ango ot‘ Schedule. SITKIiINTKNDENT’S OFFICE. ) Sovtji-Westekv Uau.koad Cos., V Macon, (la., June IJ, lb7l. ) ON and after Sunday, llitli Inst., Passenger Trains on this Hoad, will ho run ns fol lows : day KUFAI EA TRAIN. Leave Maenn .... b:()n a. m. Arrive at Lnfaula . . . LLf r. m. Arrive at Clayton . • • ti:Li p. M. Arrive at Albany . . ~:40 ]■. M. Arrive at Fore Caines 4:40 p. M. Connecting with the Albany Branch Train at Smithvillc and with Fort (fnines branch Train at Cuthbert dally. Leave Clayton 7:20 A. M. Leave Eufnula . A. M. Leave Fort (lalnc- . 5:35 a. m. Leave Albany ... 10:4.>a. m. Arrive at Macon . . • 5:25 p. M. ei’faula Nianr FiicionT and accommoda tion TRAIN. Leave Macon .... 0:10 r. m. Arrive at Eufanla . . 10:20 a. m. Arrive at Albany . . . 0:45 A. m. Ai rive at Fort Caine.- . . 11:52 a. m. Connect l Srailhville w i;li Albany Train on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights, and at Cuthbert, on Tuesday and Thuasday.— No train leaves on Saturday nights. Leave Eufanla .... 5:15 P. M. Leave Albany .... S:4O r. M. Leave Fort Caines . . . 1:10 P. M. Arrive at ,Macon . . . 5:20 A. M. COLt MIUB DAY DASM NGEII TRAIN. Leave M (eon .... 5:45 a. m. ; Arrive at Columbus . . . 11:15 a. m ! Leav ■ Cdtunihas . . . 4:10 p. M. Aniv r, Niacori . . 0:‘15 P. M. VIHdIL POWERS, 6!) I, r.- bn-,-- and Supeniitevident. Tiro oi Schedule. W;■> 1.12N ,x ATT ANTIC HAILKOAD, I Ah.anta, (a,, April 17,1873. C Hu and after Sunday; the 21st Instant Day Passenger Train (outward) leaves Atlanta \S:3O a. m., Connecting at Kingston with THROUGH FAST LINETO NEW ORLEANS Day Pas a iiger NEW YORK FAST LINE leave Atlhutn 4:05 i m , Connecting at Dalton with LAST fENNESSCE THIIOUGII LINE TO NEW YOltK TIMR HOURS 30 MINUTES ! Night. Passenger Fast Line to New'York, leaves Atlanta 11:10 i\ M., via East Tennessee and Georgia, at Dalton, or NASHVILLE & CHATTAaOOGA AT CHATTANOOGA TIME 54 HOURS. Day Passentcr (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee, Arrives at Atlanta 8:50 r. m. Night Passenger (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee or Louisville, Arrives at Atlanta 1:30 a. m. E. B. WALKER, Mas ter T ran spo rat iot n. Change of Schedule. ON MACON AND AUGUSTA HAILKOAD. FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE Orriec M.icos and Al t ovsta Railroad, | Macon, May IS, 1872. ) ON and after Sunday, May 19, 1872, and un til further notice, the trains on this Road will run as follows: DAY TRAIN—DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED). Leave Augusta 11.00 a. m. Leave Macon (130 a. m. Arrive at Augusta 2.45 p. M. Arrive at Macon, 7.40 p. M. JsgJ" Passengers leaving Macon at 6.80 A. M make close connection at Carnak with day pas sengcr trains on the Georgia Railroad for At lanta and all points West; also, for Augusta, with trains going North, and with trains lor Charleston; also,' for Athens, Washington, and all stations on the Georgia Kailroaf 53?*Tickets sold and baggage clitv KCd to nil points North, both by rail aud by steamships from Charleston. 24 lv S. K. JOHNSON Suo’t, THE‘‘LIGHT RUNNING 7, "DOMEOTIU” S. AT. C'O. 9(1 chambers St., New Yorl;, or Atlanta, Ga. 122-20(1 ■ L. T. WHITCOMB, Agt., IMPORTER AND DEALER IN West Mia Fruits, Veptaliies, ISAY, GKAtA, HAY, i:T( „ 99 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. 107-185 J.YO. I>. WBEMSk ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER u. IV. RASIUS.’S STORE, 29-179 DR. B. F. GRIGGS. OFFICE ovci M. R. Rogers & Co's., Con fectionary store. Residence, Flum street, opposite George S. Ohcar's. oet 2-lrn. I. LOWENTHAL, Merchant Tailor. Cotton Avenue, opposite City Ilall, Cleaning and Repairing done Xeatly. HAS on hand a beautiful stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, D, e Skin, Vest Patterns, etc., which he will cut and make up for bis patrons and tlie public in general, in the very latest styles and finish. Give.him a callif you would have cheap clothes—cheaper tliau anywhere iu thecity. " oct2l-lm Arrival, ul Clslor of jlnils, ~ „ Arrive. Close. Macon & Augusta R. R. Wav and Milledgeville ’.7:40p.m. 7 p.m. Augusta and Carolina- 7p. u. Macon A Brunswick 2:25 p.m. 7a. m! Macon and Atlanta and West ern States (Night Train). .7:30 a. m. 4:30 pm ~ (Day Train) 6:10 p. xi. 0:10 a m Muscogee R. R. Way Colum bus 6 p.m. 7 p.m. S. W. K. K. (Day Train) 4:35 p. m. 7a. m. Amerieus and Eufaula (Night Train) 7 p.m. C. It. H. Way Savannah and Northern (Day Trail:', 4:51 P m. 7A. m. Northern, Savannah and Ea ton (Night Train) 5:15 a. m. 5:20 p M HawkinsviUe daily (Sundays excepted 10:30 a. m. 2pm Clinton—l nesday, Thursday and Saturday '. M jg^p,, Jeffersonville aud T ville, Wednesday . 7a v Wednesday 2:25 r. j SNDiAM SPRINGS. ELDER HOUSE. 111. DEB ,V ?*<>>, Proprietor. r r'III3 well-know :, house is now open to all ; J-. ' rho Jv iah rr U : 3 sit Ule Er-famed Indian Spring. The Hotel is nearer the Spring than any other, with pleasant and shady walk* lead ing thereto. RATES OP BOARD. Per Day 500.1 One Week an i One Month | Children and servants half price. ***** Ft DFR .4- sny MACON BUSINESS DIRECT,^ WliolcKlllc 4. ri)i’ri- k> A< I>UHDICK BROTIIEKS, Third s, ’ Jj tween Cherry and ro[,lar. ' lr C' l, W. ' i; : ; !i '' L A tStpn&WUU^& \ :V maorath, Hoiito^; J.l • Poplar itreet, near FourUi, 1,111111 1 I Hunt, raskin & i.amah.n,. Cherry-atrect. ■ H JNO. INGALLS, corner Poplar nn,i i street, Hollingsworth block 1 — ■ 1 'aiii j 4jiroecix. W P - CARLOS, No. 86, Mull,, , rv ... I * V . opposite the Lanier House. ,iai. .•>n*' ■■ ■*n |i _ n .jilLruav—'w* No,. Sew ins: 3Behliavs. J > J. ANDERSON, llowc Svwii rjJ ll# chine. Cotton Avcntie. Holeis. J>i:o\V\ IIoI'SE—K. E. blown , Vv XJ Proprietors, Opp Passenger Di p,, C POTSWOOD—t: 11. i! .m:!:!. . O Opposite Passenger Di’jiot. and Blga a-ju.., W V JtoUd AM ~IKICr - „ "] mil tl AUeiiirv., ai Lstn, T 011N li. WEEMS, Ofllce, K.,DI„ ; , W ever Hasdai's. ft n VOOTtN, Ofiice, - Vy 1 . block, up stairs. A I B. GERRY, Olliee, Court lluiui U. BACON, Oilier, 86 Cheiryy • T>I4OMAS B. (,KEr-if AM, office Nu ' 1 9 X berry street "WHITTLE ,t GUSTXN, ofllec No. f Cotto,, I I 1 Avenue. Physicians, 4 r v W. MASON, Olliee, over first N„i, X • Bank. Jewelers and IVateh JCuhn,. T IL OTTO, under Spotswood Hotel P * , FnrnlalilnK 4ooiU Moves, Ac. OLIVER, DOUGLASS & CO., Third Sinn between Cherry and Mulberry. p ' Nltoc Uealcrst. A! J NIKTLAND, 8 Cotton Avenue, ft' -'L Hurd Street. l( ■> lTii'iiUni'e, Jte. \\ * E - p - TAYLOR, corner of Cottn J ' • Avenue and ChCrry-fctrCcts. t: IlaiTies.^, I>F,UXD BROS., Third Street, bt-twi-: XJ Cheiryand Mulberry-streets. u ItoohseUers, Stationers, A,. J> P ‘OWX & Cos., 40 Second Street. Hlssslc, Ac. 1> J. ANDERSON, Music, Cotton Av, i 1 * • (Bit ■ fiUILTOKD.JVOOD & C 6„ 84 jj7s! - V Street. Harilwa i-o. ( tARHART * CURD, No. 05 and 07 Cl i Street. , IVt Of. Crook’s Wins of Tar. 10 YBAm r - Crock’s v ■WOE TAB To have more me ri t timn ail) 1 similar prcpai'a ,*ou ever oflin and to ||, e |,n|, Ijc, It is rich in the iiiedicinnl ejnal iliis of Tar, and unequaled for discus es of the Throat and JLiings pet forming the most remarkable cures. Coughs, Colds, Chronic Cough*' It effectually cures them all Asthma and Bronchitis. Has cured so many cases it lias been pronounced specific for these complains Tor pains in Breast Side or Back Gravel or Kidney Disease. Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Jaundice or any Liver Complain It lias no equal. It is also a superior Tonic. Itestores the Appelße. Strengthens the System, Itestores the AVcnk hii<l Debilitated, Causes the Food to Digest, Removes Dyspepsia and Indigestion- Prevents Malarious Fevers, Gives tone to your System. Tr- Dr. Crook’s Wine of Tor. PURIFY YOUR RLOOii. ♦ For Scrofula, Scrofu lous Diseases of the W’ Eyes, or Scrofula in any form. n*TA? Any disease or eruption of Qii)“ die Skin, disease of the Liver, Hbeumatism, Pimples, Old tuT®) Sores, Ulcers, Broken-down Constitutions, Syphilis, or any disease depending on a deprav (M&yl) ed condition of the blood, try DR. CROOK’S SYRUP OF ®||Poke Root. U as 4Le medical property Jiff' of Poke combined with a p re ' paration ot Iron which goes a! / 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 be healed. DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, Charleston, 8 C., Wholesale Agent* 31-Iy For Dr. Crook’s RemediM BOARD. IT will be to the interest of boarders to a;i r to this office, as reasonable board and ph*-"' ant np stairs rooms can be obtained for a snmtner months in a delightful portion of , eitr "wt!