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Macon daily enterprise. (Macon, Ga.) 1872-1873, November 08, 1872, Image 4

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w. A. WOW'S Corn, Bacon and to Emnoiin OF MIDDLE GEORGIA. - Corn, Bacon, Flour, Salt, Bagging, Ties, Sugar, Coffee, Etc. • ;o: t I HAT < I.I.KHUA I KIUUIANI* UK FLOUR. “THE PRIDE OF DIXIE,” Th Bent in the World. Always on Hand. - 1 claim •**ll| m i iir J.i ililirs In the ]♦ ilri lin~ <f CORN, BACON, FLOOR, RAGGING TIES, ETC., ETC., And l will make It 1 I!•* Intercut of Merchant and Planters to < nil on im with their MuNKY of (1000 I’APRH Reasonable time given to all god parties. w, a. Hurr. \r, u 111 ■ - - 1 " ■ ■■ —■ ■ " - 1 REDUCTION! REDUCTION!! In cons('<(iu*iH’t* ill’ tlic* j;iviit ml nr lion in jhiic <>t (iioivnVs in the Northern markets, uiul owing to the Flejienl of Duties on many articles in out line, we now oiler the following good* t annexed prices : 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 75c. Per Lb. SEGARS A SPECIALTY! Foreign and Domestic Wines and laqnors OF EVERY I‘KSi RIPTION Fresh. Crackers Every Week! If You Don't my wliat Yon Want. Ask for it. PUTZEL & JACOBS. NEW YORK GROCERY STORE, 2d ST, DAMOUR BLOCK THE ENTERPRISE JOB prxcttxxtc; ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW I’HEI'A ICED TO EXECUTE AIX KINDS OF PRINTING! SUCII AS CARDS, MILD HEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, BTATEME .TS, BILLS OF FARE, NOTE HEADS, INVITATION CARDS, HAND BILLS, DODGERS, ETC., ETC , And in a style equal to any. Extensive additions are daily being made to our STOCK AID MATERIAL Win, • very effort will be made to render satisfaction unto all who may fnvoi us with their pataonag". PROMPTNESS! IN TIIE EXECUTION AND DELIVERV 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. Address, I J inos i Winj>* A SSmitli, PROPRIETORS, MACON, GA. P'AIRJCIHiE E E. PRINTING It has beta the custom heretofore, and will probably remain so to a great extent, tor our merchants and business men generally to send North to have their jointing done, simply because it can be done there at a little lower figure than here. Tf our peojde would discontinue patronizing such men, they would soon see the policy, if not the jus tie*, 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 hem we have printing office's 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 practice and should lie condemned FREE TO BOOK AGENTS An Illrennllr Hound Canyß ine Hook for tec bent and cheapest r amlly ltiblc over published, will be sent free of chATge to any book agent. It coutainß nearly £WM# Hue Scripture illustrations, and agentaare meet ing with unprecedented success. Address, statin;; experience, etc., and we will sliow you wlmtour ngent* arc ck'iiur, XiTIOXAIi I*l HI.IMHI.Xa CO.. Memphis, Temi., or Atlanta, Ga. 4 4 1 I’YIV . SOMETHING NEW, b sal dU J i* articles, nil at sight. •■r a Gatalotfiies and one sampli rr lllllGd. five. N Cork Manufuetur j ing Cos., 21 Courtland St., N. 1. DON’T ||<> vl, but for throat, hoarseness and bronchial difficulties, use only WELLS’ CARBOLIC TABnETS H oi'llili'ss imitation* are on the market, but Hits only acientille preparation of ('arbolic Aeid for Lung diseases is when chem ically combined with oilier well known reme dies, as iti these tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using any other. In nil easel of irritation of the mucous menbrane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing and healing properties are as tonishing. lit- M ill'll<*<!• vrt rr neglect a cold, it is ea sily cured in its incipient state, when it becomes chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult, use Wells’ Carbolic Tablets as a specific. JOHN 0. KELLOGG, is Platt St., New York, 4w Sole Agent for Unitet. States. Price ‘25 cents a b.-x. Send for Circular. \\ZANT! I) —1../ ii ■<'■</ l<k Ayr at.* and V\ t'anva >r. in all prt-of the I.S. to sell the MEMoIK f;c ROGER BROOKE TANEY, Chh*f Justice of the Supreme,Court <f the United States v-v No book heretofore published in the country throws so much light upon our Constitutional and Political llistory It is a work of extraordinary interest and of permanent value to the Historian, the Lawyer, Statesman, the Politician, and every ela-s of intelligent, readers. I - 'Sold by Suoscnption on l¥—Exclusive TernL>r> given. For Terms, for Life of TANEY—Life of Gen. LEE, etc , address at unci', MURPIIY <.V CO., Publishers, Baltimore. ~ ji7.l ao per monili, every w where, male and female, t< introduee the ~f, EN liN EIM PO V r.L (;< MMON SLN-E FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This machine will stitch, hem. fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most ‘*"7 superior manner. Price only sls. Full i licensed and warranted for live years. M• y: will pay SI,OOO for ary machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more. £2 elastic seam than ours. It makes tin stitch can be cut, and still the cloth cannot ! be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay j agents from $75 to #250 per month and ex i ponses, ora commission from which twice that | amount can be made Address RECOMB <V j <’()., Bouton, Manx. , I'ittsburyh , 7k., Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, Mo. St. Clair Hotel, Baltimore, P£d. This Now 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 he $2 per day for rooms on tlic fourth aud fifth lloors, making the difference on account of the eleva tion. Ordinary transient rates for lower rooms, $3 pdr day. Guests desiring to take advantage of th • 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. until 11 r. m. HARRY H. FOGLE, Manager. i li<‘sl Farm*! Free Homes ! ON the line of the UNION PACIFIC RAII - ROAD. 12,000,000 acres of the best Farming and Mineral Lands in America. 3.000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte Valley, now for vale. Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, for Grain growing and Stock liaising nnsui passed by any in the United States. Cheaper in Price, more favorable tern ■> given, and more convenient t * market tiia . can be found elsewhere. Free Homesteads for Actual Settler s. The best location for Colonies—Soldiers en titled to a Homestead of I <SO Acres. Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, with new maps, published in English, German, Swedish and Danish, mailed free everywhere. Address, O. F. DAVIS, Land Com’r U. P. R. It. Cos., Omaha, Neil MM I BLOOD PURIFIER I It is not a physic which may give temporary relief to the sutlcrer for the lirst few doses, hut which, from continued use brings Piles and kindred diseases to aid in weakening the inval id, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under the popular name of "liitters” is so extensively palmed oli'on the public as soveregn remedies, but it is a most pow erl'ul Tonic aiul nlt cralire, pronounced so by the leading medical authorities of London anil Paris, and has been long used by the regular !physicians of other countries with wonderful remedial re sults. Dr. fell’s litract of Mela, retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the plant and must be taken as a permanent cura tive agent. Is ■lieirwaßtul'iivtion in your tiver and Spleen ? Unless relieved at once, the blood becomes impure by deleterious secretions, producing scrofulous or skin dis ease, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker,'Pim ples, Ac., &c. Take •lurnbebii to cleanse, purify and restore the vitiated biood to healthy action, lint r you si Uyspeptir Mlomsicli V Unless digestion is promptly aided the 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 ferer. Have you Weakness of tlic in tCKtincs? You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or the dreadful inflammation of the Bowels. Take to allay Irritation and ward off tenden cy to inflammations. Have yon weakness of the I - or l rinary Organs? Yc u must procure instant relief or vou are liable to suffering worse than death. • .Take* it to strengthen organic weakness or life becomes a burden. Finally it should be frequently taken to ke< p the system in perfect health or you are other wise in great danger of malarial, miasmatic or contagious diseases. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IS Platt St.. New York, Sole Agent for the United States. Price (me Dollar per bottle Send for Circular. THOMSON'S M OULD Bi:\OWED PATENT GLOTEFITTING COKSET No CORSET has ever cnjoynl such a world wide jxjpnl irity. Tlie demand for them 1- con- ninth' merest - ing, because Till!V <■ IVI. UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION! Are Handsome, Durable, Economical and A PERFECT FIT. Ask for THOMSON’S GENUINE GI.OYE FITTING, every Corset being stamped with the name THOMSON, and the trade-mark a Crown. Sold by all Dealer*. IdS 101 “Hand Stamp*’* all varieties. Circulars free. A|ftM H unted. W. 11. H. Davis & Cos. Mfrs. 70 Nassau, N. Y. 4w BUIIDERSI Ill’ll < ’ u t :i U>gllr on Building. A. J. IH< knelt. A C0.,27 Warren St., N. Y. 4w BAILBOAQ Ii ttE SCHEDULE. Change of Schedule. UPF.RI NTEN DENT'S OFFICE. j South-Wil eun Railroad Cos., > Macon ia., June 18, 1871. ) ON and after Sunc; , 10th lust, Passenger Trains on this id, will bo run as fol lows : day eufaula sengf.i; train. Leave Macon . . . 8:00 a. m. Arrive at Eufaula . . * . 4:42 p. m. Arrive at Clayton . . <1:15 i\ M. Arrive at Albany . . . 2:40 r. M. Arrive at Fort Gaines . 4:40 p. m. Connecting with the Albany Brandi Train at Smithville and with Foi t Gaines Branch Train at Cuthbert daily. Leave Clayton 7:20 a. m. Leave Eufaula . . . • 8:50 a. m. Leave Fort Gaines . . 8:85 a. m. Leave Albany .... 10:45 a. m. Arrive at Macon . . . 5:25 j\ m. EUFAULA NIGIIT PKEIGTIT AND ACCOMMODA TION TRAIN. Leave Macon .... 0:10 j\ m. Arrive at Eufaula . 10:20 a. m. Arrive at Albany . . . 0:15 A. m. Ai rive at Fort Gaines . . 11:52 a. m. Connect t Sinilhville with Albany Train on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights, and at \.'utlihert on Tuesday and Thuasdny.— No train leaves on {Saturday nights. Leave Eufaula .... 5:15 r. m. Leave Albany . . . . 8:40 p. m. Leave Fort Gaines . . . 1:10 p. M. Arrive at Macon . . 5:20 a. m. COM Ml.i s DAY CAXSF.NCFR TRAIN. Leave M icon .... 5:45 a. m. Arrive at Columbus . . . 11:15 a. m. Leave Col ambus . . 4:10 p. m. Arriv v-at M.ieon . 0.J5 P. m. VIRGIL POWERS, 00 lv Engineer and Superintendent. nv?e of Schedule. V. I S' kUN .k ATI ANTIC HAILItOAI), I Atlanta, Ga., April 17,1872. C > , and after Sunday, the 21st Instant. Day r.isseuger Train (outward) leaves Atlanta 8:80 a. m., Connecting at Kingston with THROUGH FAST LINE To NEWORLEAN - Day Passenger NEW YORK FAST LINE leave Atlanta 4:05 p m , Connecting at Dalton with EAST TENNESSEE THROUGH LINE TO NEW YORK TIME 4* HOURS 30 minutes! Night Passenger Fast Line to New York, leaves Atlanta 11:10 P. m., via East Tennessee and Georgia, at Dalton, or NASHVILI E & CHATTAaOOGA AT CHATTANOOGA TIME 54 HOURS. Day Passentcr (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee, Arrives at Atlanta 3:50 p. m. Night Passenger (inward) through from New York via East Tennessee or Louisville, Arrives at Atlanta 1:80a. m. E. B. WALKER, Master Transporatiotn. Change of Schedule. ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD. FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IXDISTANCE Office Macon and Augusta Railroad, ) Macon, May 18, 1872. J ON and after Sunday, May 10, 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 0.80 a. m. Arrive at Augusta 2.45 p. m. Arrive at Macon 7.40 p. m. leaving Macon at 6.80 a. m make close connecti iat Camak with day pas senger trains on tlic Georgia Railroad for At lanta and all point ‘Test; also, for Augusta, with trains going I nth, and with trains for Charleston; also, for Athens, Washington, and all stations on the G rgia Railroad 2- ..■/■"Tickets sold and baggage cbu Ked to all points North, both by rail and by steamships from Charleston. 24 lv S K. JOHNSON Suo’t. THE "LIGHT fill MIMS" A “DOMESTIU” S. M. CO., to Chambers St., New York, or Atlanta, Ga. 122-200 la. T. WHITCOMB, Ap;t., IMPORTER AND DEALER IN West Mia Frails, Teptatos, MAY, GR lI.N, HAY, FTC., 00 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH,'GEORGIA. 107-185 JAO. ££. WEEMS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE ON So STREET OVER F. IV. KASHA IPS STOKII. 29-170 DK. B. F. (aCiCCS. OFFICE ovei M. R. Rogers & Co’s., Con fcctlonarv store. Residence, Plum street, opposite George S. Obear’s. _ _ oet 2-irn. I. LOWENTHAL, Merchant Tailor. Cotton Avenue, opposite City Ilall, Cleaning and Repairing done Neatly. HAS on band a beautiful stock of Cloths, Cassimercs, Doe Skin, Vest Patterns, etc., which he will cut and make up for his patrons and the public in general, in the very latest styles and finish. Give him a call if you would have cheap clothes—eiieaper than anywhere in the city. octSl-Im A nil al and A’ low in sToFTI allot .. Arrive. Close. Macon <fc Augusta R. R. Way. and Milledgcville 7:40p.m. 7 p.m. Augusta and Carolinas 7 p.m. Macon & Brunswick 2:25 p. m. 7a. m. Macon and Atlanta and West ern States (Night Train)..7:3oA.M. 4:BOPM (Day Train) b:I0p. m. 0:10 am Muscogee R. R. Way Colum bus * or. m. 7 p.m. 8. W. K. R. (Day Tr. in) 4:35 p. n. 7a. m. Americus and Eufau .a (Night Train) 7 p.m. C. R. K. Way Sav; nail and Northern (Day Tr in) 4:51p.m. 7 a.m. Northern, Savannah and Ea ton (Night Train ■ 5:15 a. m. 5:20 r M Hawkinsville daily ■ uudays excepted I. .‘.10:30 a. m. 2pm Clinton—Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.! 1 12m. 12:80pm Jeffersonville and l’wiggs ■ville, Wednesday 7 a. m. Wednesday, 2:25 p. INDIAM IPRJNGS. ELDER HOUSE. ELDUII <V *><>.>’, Froprletor. THIS well-known house is now open to all who wish to visit the far-famed Indian Spring. The Hotel i- nearer the Spring than any other, with pleasant andshady walks lead ing thereto. RATE- ..r EOAP.D. Z eTl & ? 200 One Week. 10 00 One Month 35 00 Children and servants half price tf ELDER A SON. MACON BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wliolctfule Uri ri>< A( W.fJ F ' TlilrdsWt IV MAG HATH, Hollingawortl JA • Poplar street, uear Fourth • <H K ■ il in—'<-tf Druggies Ei). PAYNE, opposite Palace of j Us . J Macon, Ga. .‘Jj " R. Hi nt, RANKIN A LAMAR, No - Cherry-street. JNO. INGALLS, corner Poplar and t, street, llolliuicworth block. I’a iuy Grocers. V\, r P. CARLOS, No. 80, T T • opposite the Lanier llousi ScwiiiK MacliitU',, 1> J. ANDERSON, Tlowe Sewin-r v I V • chine. Cotton Aveiine, Itolets. 1 >MOWN IJuUSE—E. E. P,I!(,WN lV i n i J) Proprietor*, Opp Passenger k ,j S'P(JTS WOOD—T. H. HARRIS, I inn,. O Opposite Passenger Depot, House ;ntl >s;kii B*iiii_| ( , „ \\7\NDHAM lit CO., umli j \V Hotel. Attorneys its 1.m,, TOH N R. WEEMS, Ollice, Ho'.-t,, f J over Hasdai's. C 1 B. WOOTEN, Office, 88 , I • bloek, up stairs. B. GERRY, Office, Court Hot. o AO. BACON, Office, 86 Chetiy-ittirt ■ 0 rpiK)MA> |t. liRKStIA.M, office X, A berry street 7^HI I I A OUSTIN', o/lier No :i v ttt V V Avenue. I*liy •siciaiis. W. MASON, Offi ee, ovei First ' .m jL • Bank. JTevrelers and tYnti ii !Uak<, J It. OTTO, under Spotsvvooil lintel. ES on seFn■-iti< Ii ii a a - ~„, Stoves, Ac. OLIVER, DOUGLASS A CQ„ Tliirrl Stro between Cherry and Mulberry. “""*■**' ■•wi' Mn !■ ■nrwi*i->f iq.s. a*., Shoe Dealers MIX .t KIRTLAND, ? Cotton Avenne, iki Third Street. if Furuiture, Ae. WT XE. P. TAYLOR, corner of Cor. V > • Avenue anil Clierry-btreets. llariicss, T)ERND BROS., Third Street, ltw ! II Cherry and Mulberry-streets. liookseilers, Stationers, Ac. JTROWN & Cos., 40 Second Street. Jlusic, Ac. 1) J. ANDERSON, Music, Cotton Avenm It • lilitf / I l 11,KOKII, WOOD A CO., SI Mail l J Street. Hardware. /'TARHART A CURD, No. 05 and 07 Clam \J Street. 4,- Of-. Crook’s Wine of Tar. 10 YEARS PUBLIf! Ti:gT Dr. Crook’s IN £ fAE To have more 111 c 1- i t than an J I similar prcpnrn %?£££*** It is rich in the medicinal qual itics of Tar, and unequaled for disesw cs of the Throat and Lungs P er forming the most remarkable cures. Coughs, Colds, Chronic Cough 9 ' It effectually cures them 3! Asthma and Rronchitis. Has cured so many cases it has been pronounced specific for these complaint For pains in Breast Side or Bari. Gravel or Kidney Disease Diseases of tlie Frinary Organ*- Jaundice or any Liver Complain It has no equal- It is also a superior Tonic. Restores the AppeliB 1 ' Strengthens the System, Restores the Weak ni><* Debilitate^' Causes Ihe Food to'Dij^est, Removes Dyspepsia at'® Indigeslio"' Prevents malarious Fevers, Gives tone to your SystcW' Tr*' Dr. Crook’s Wine of Ts r ' PURIFY YOUR RLOOB * For Scrofula, Scroftf lons Diseases of •I"’ •..ft Eyes, or Scrofula ■" any form. Any disease or erupti° u Ihe Skin, disease of the Li v! ” Rheumatism, Pimples, , - )lU Sores, Ulcers, Broken-d 0 ©Jgg-v Constitutions, Syphilis, or 0!: i disease depending on a deprv cd condition of the blood- tr. v DR. CROOK'S Sl’Bl'P OF mPoke Root, Ujfs B has the medical prop fr Bjf/' of Poke combined with s P r paration of Iron which goe= - once into the blood, peril ing the most rapid and wonderful cuf- . Ask your Druggist for Dr. Crook 9 1-, pound Syrup of Poke Root —take it air healed. DOWIE, MOISE & DA' I” Charleston, 8 C., Wholesale Ae*® 1 - 31-Iy For Dr. Crook’s BOARD. IT will be to the interest of boarders to to this office, as reasonable board l ... ant up stairs rooms can be obtain 0 ' 1 ~ summer months in a delightful portio citv.