Tin* Daily Enterprise.;
15V TItI.EGUA i’ll
moM ILI.THK WOBlilt.
Dlrrtion In Nt w Orlciins.
Nkw Out.rani, Novculbci 19.—An In
junction lias been iasueil reatruiiiing Lout;- j
Htrcct, Lynch, Herron and Jacob* from
acting us member* of tho election rciuru- i
ing board, and ii|miii the bfildavit of Gov.
Warmoutli the name parties were err t< I
for a violation of the Htutc .•. i laws
uml h,’(flnl in SIO,OOO.
( olltson at Nrsi.
New York. November It). , . |
Hello It Hull from Virginia, and John It
Myers, lionco for Itlchmoml, collide ! neat
ltarncgat, and tlie Myers sunk. The crew
were saved. The Hull’s forward works
were badly damaged. The Myers bad
one hundred and twenty live Imis ot rad
road iron on board.
Counterfeit Union Pacific , Kail road
lionds aru circulating. A broad in >1
firm naid them upon presentation
Orestt Fire in BronkSya
The stone warehouse of We hi >V
Kobinson, <l Hrooklyn. is bone I
gram destroyed to .the value "I ; ■ *. f
The total Is. including the i e
'a hickiiiK IVeg.
l’lrrrsvii.i.it. Pa , Novembc
Bbullz. h colored desperado, v. H.-’cd
for causing the dciitli of Mi 1 by
The malady is spreading lhi< ut D e
Urriil I'irr in M. t
Hr. J.oifa. November Id • ■!
i’oe A Cos s pork packing lions’
(Ml. Loss roughly staled ul t n
Another I'irr in lc<
Huston, November Id A (:.> ~,
Street toss $ltl(),ll(H) to s:.'v ,
thought to have In en can
brought f ll nit the burned do- i
Si. I.ouis not In I
New Yoiik, November l‘i 1 lie u
port cun eat here, and whiib linn li.iw
licen telegraphed elsewlieie.ll, :: ! I.ouis
is in Ibimea. Is untrue
Vote of .tluiiie.
Aenrnd, Me., November I to mtit
majority is over .11.00(1. The v ■ ; the
mu idlest since ls:.’d.
lVllllilc I olleife lim in' .
,lA< ksonvii.i.i:, It. 1., November Id A
college belonging tot lie Metboill t ( 'hurt'll
was burned . hos f.'ifi.OOl). Sixty girls
escaped with their wardroln This i
the second time tho college I : been
burned within nine years
Mkmi'uis, November ID -The malady
is hero in a mild form.
I'leiM'li I'olilies---'Tin* sun
l’Altn-, Novcinbor Id—in t! ~nL i.nl
A 1 I'lnbly a motion was made imi tiling
(iiunbettu for his Inlbunnmtoj v pee in s
and eoinphiiiiiiig of tho laxity of (..ui rii
incut in dealing with the imn . in. iy an
daelous Hmlleals Thiers del nded the
(lovernmcnt, and intimated lie mi lit up
pcul to the country. lie admitted (hun
beltaV rpeechcH were olfeuslve. but ( laimed
tlio Government was not re)ionsib!e
Thiers put it to vote. Hesult .i . ,:ii7.
nays 117. Half the Deputies r.hst niicd
'lTlicrs Mauls Anoliiei til
Paris. November 19.—The pi. l .dno
eousequeneo of tho hiiibll inn.: oily and
large uliseutiou from voting Is, Unit Tillers
will demand a second vote of , ni !en n.
Vt asliliiglou lies-
Washington, November i 1 . i
Cooke, 11. C l'abnstoek and (i. n e II
D Cooke bad a long eonsi'd: u with
Phillips, the new Solicitor ti* neiid, at
lives to morrow.
The report of Major McFarland, eng in
eer, in charge of the service fa r.und
route to connect lbs Tenm’si e . ,n with
tlie Atlantic Ocean, at or neai .'avummli.
<la , will be transmitted to C,u 11
with the report of (bit HeeioDny of \V:u
The Collector of the Fiisl tie. . it Di
trie! is ordered to make a nsw nr . , : ■ i
lion of tho case against the tie r i tiail
mud ami Hanking Company, ot Angii: i
A 111 bain a I.egNuiEt: .
MosTooMituv, November I". Pour
other Conservatives kato arrived mid en
rolled their names at the capital and one
U<4> üblican. making'.'Hl, which is one I. -s
than a quot um. In tho Senate, nineteen
Senators worn present, two less than a
quorum, Tlie three Cotisorvativ ot Ma
rengo, wlio were arrested by the Pnited
States deputy man-ha!, and taken to Mo
bile, give bond in that city, and will ar
rive here to-night, and ho in (belt eats to
morrow. This w ill give the Conservative
branch which meets in tlie I.i bdative
rooms, at Ibo capital, a quorum ot each
house. The Kepubllcans met at the
United States Court room and rU eted otf
icera, having enrolled members from vai i
mis counties without certificate No now
developments to-day ; but tu-moi \ ow will
probably forecast the result
Ultra krwion of the Tl:*tm
artts l.rgisln(it ■).
Homos. November 19.—An . - -
sion of the legislature convened to-day
TUo message from the Govgi: 1, ,pes
that the Legislature will confine itself to
tiiatteis growing out of the recent cal am
Ity, and suggest* a* topics for considers
liou Hie proposed loan of the credit of
this city to parties w ishing to rebuild, the
i charteringof insurance companies, the
amendment of the lietlcrmrut Act, and
tlie building law*.
I’rt/o Concert Swindler Ar
New York, November 19.—George
Wood the alleged prim concert swindler
baa lieen arrested.
* onlUriittoii of Strums jp Col
Tlie steamship Columbia, of ik lh.vaua
line lia been confiscated by the i, nit-.-1
State* District Court on cticj •• of smug
gling cigars. .
Stokes' trial commences on thettpt -,-j
day of tho December term of ti v? t and
Tei miner Court.
Lit lira fair Itetrruiiurd
San PlUkNcm o. Novcmbet :.... h
public indiguatiou is expressed n! i: pro
position ot Mr*. Fair to lecture on Thurs
day night, bul she declares she v ;go ~u
at all hazards. Apprehending a disturb
auce. she wants the aid of the police, and
Visited the Mayor with referetn c lo such
The Brookiv u Fire Losmw.
New Yoke. November 19.—1. <-<*. by
ihe Brooklyn fire will not ext A ■
Wm M. Pendleton. \V.y mi T. Root*.
PENDLETON <S BOSS,
(Snce-Hiir.' to J. M. Hoanli:. ,
Corner Mulberry nud ’ < uml Streets.
11l A COY, U t„
wiroi.JPm.r. a .11 11 vtt, - IS
SCHOOL BOOKS, MIIDIC.M. BOOKS,
LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
CAP; LETT lift , ml NOTH PAPER,'
ENVELOPES, LEGAL BLANKS,
WRITING INK, Ci iPYJNG INK,
CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK,
GOLD PENS. PBNIIoLDEB
STEEL PENS, PKNOTLS,
CIIAI.K CRAYON , KUEBIiI;
WAX, OIL COLORS,
BRUSHES, CANVASS. PLAYING ( ARDS,
CHESSMEN, BACKGAMMON boards, •
DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK.
PICTURE IT: ■m: ,
ETC.. ETC , ETC,
And iii fn.-t ' V'-i di, . ni.mil v i.' pt .■>id -l
■ l.i P.i. • "
Onli i ■ fm'ii Hu- 1 • " i vi' | rump'
attention. Pri . . and
In the South
Order- for , idb
lU.'.D! • >. * -.
X UIL - - 1 a *
: ii-. tor Dcntl I 01 *M 1
i ut Uiin or No S Cotton Avonij.*
; octASJ tf.
MXS;> i; . • liAl'.--. Ij
UfO! ID!> |■ ■ •fin. ; f - .1* - I :dI of
ff MrtCOII Hll'l \i ■ li '■ li' 'C'' !i*ivi'ii
I rot.lit ..l \o. IO * <•! t .11 . .. ,' ; II;. -t 'll- ',
I where h ii repnnst l > I'uk > Mau no in
j tll(! InU'Ht iillil l/D. 7 ./'• /'■: '■/ ■ -o -1 U ir
! r.tntH to nivc . ativf.n t. • <> •■' 'v\ #
i( K! K’iv! I( K!
1C K one rent it i*ouiift n.-* ukuol. No rie In
. price now or hereafter.
W. P. :.VKLOS ?
llJiolrNitlr ii iml CS<‘f:iil Crarcr,
i< i:, i i:i I # x, raxss, si's’i’..
Mulberry f*trc< i. opj <> it Liu.i i lion > ,
(18 tf Macon, (la.
A COMPLETE OIITITT OE Hot Si.HOLD
A KAMII.V tit■ to break up liotiflc
j keeping oil the tirnt of October, now oiler u
eomplett' outfit of furniture for five ttr nix
room*, togelUer with nil n‘eeH*ary kitchen
utenseU, for nttle nt half orii;mnl uo.-t It eon
pIMh of Molialr Parlor ( hair*, Mahogany ami
Hlaek Wnlnut lhaMeiu!-, I’urenu*, Dining I’a
hie. Dining, Koukin : an.l enmmon chair*, Car
pel*, Dinner mu! 'l’ni Bett*, uml in *hort,.nlmo*t
every ui*tlele deinumlftl in a hou*oof five or *ix
room*. The furniture ha* not been used over
i one or two your#, l* In perfect repair, ulmoMt
a* KOOtl i* new, c<*l I.iHM ami will now be
aohl for SSOO cash. Athlrt - Ho\ -to'.’, Macon,
orapplv at thl* 'l*lllß OFFICE.
Gißimej, Earlriiia & Henflrii,
Itl II.IHIBS s; |>PLV STORE,
Bliil.c'm IShic!,, i*ii[>l:n- Str.-rt,
, ili. tw.-rn Third and Fourth.)
IViIITK AND YELLOW PINE WORK,
Nuati, Du(n>, RliiiiL. Urmiii'v,
llriii'ki tii, New •! 9*a:*,
BnltiMtn'M, .Munill"., 57:
Uarp<‘utcr limln, Lick-, Nails, Hi ..n s.
I'nints,Oils Glass and l’nlly, Eli.
eoveil a Tons fur hi ei.c;i\L
DRESSED AND ROUGH Id MBEK AT OUR
FACTORY, DIXIE Will KS,CHERRY .- f
TUB IllikT ..■%
M\N> At UKC BY
W. P. CARLOS
**'• ulheny St., Tlt ou , <ii.
lAM now fullv prep i. I tofuruDh pure hot
l.ett 801)A \V AIKK in any tiuaniii v. (>rtl
era by mail or telegraph promptly attended
I have In store and am constantly receiving
evci v description of
Fancy anti Family (roperies,.
FOUKUi N ar.d
ant! every dolicsey when iu s<*a*on.
Bur amt Kestaunmt up atairs, supplied with
the rb Nraf In the market.
Parties purehasine jftHKi* from me can alway s
My upon them bvm: hvsh and t. >t el t > tn
Waif. r. cMitLos.
I'otho lliuine Ifii of Unm
THE ALII ANY NEWS
j CiiVfuUto* CMrlv *.u DoiigUcrty. Xlilvlioli,
I:***"* *'* r —**•
i*. Colt,.-a growing srotton
of Lvorgia jgg
I Is ilii bet Advertising Medium in South*, st-
CAREY W. STYLES. IVonrictor.
1 . -z&r&ZS.
IS NOW PREPARED
TO KXKOITH U.l, KINDS OF IMHNTING!
ST ATE ME vTS,
BILLS OF FARE,
• ETC., ETC.,
And in it style equal U> any. Extensive additions are daily being
made to our *
STOCK AND MATERIAL
Will, • very i llWi will be mad I to lvtid. r satisfaction unto all who may
tiivoi us with their ['atamiag '.
IN THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF ALL WORK.
AT AS REASONABLE PRICES AS CAN BE D *YE SOUTH
OF MASON AND DIXON’S LINE.
OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED TO GIYE SATISFACTION IN
AND W£ CHA XENGJE THE STATE TO EXCEL US.
I aines Smith,
PROPRIETORS, MACON, GA.
I; has been the custom heretofore, ami will j rol alily remain so to a
great e xtent, for our merchants ami business men generally to send
North to have their printing clone, simply because it can l>e done there
at a little lower figure than here. It 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 sene 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 be condemned.
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS
An F.lcjiunlly Buiind <'▼■-
ini; Hook for flic best andclieftpcst raiully
Bible ever published,will bo sent free of elnirgc
to any hook agent. It contains ncaily CSOO
line Bcrlpture illustrations, and agents are meet
ing wi’li unprecedented success. Address,
stating experience, etc., nnd we will show von
what our agents are doing. A ATIOA .il.
Il ■II.ISIIIAtJ CO., Memphis, lenn.,
or Atlanta, Ga.
A i' I’VTW I'SGMKTHIXti NEW, 6 SP
AUXiJ li? mu! ■ .it'Ucles, sell at sight.
ir * l Catalogues and one sample
Wanted, free. New York Manufactur
ing Cos., 21 Courtland St., N. Y.
Il4 k Deceived, but for coughs, colds, sore
throat, hoarseness and bronchial dilliculties,
use only _
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
Wortlih'ss Imilaiioni. are on the
market, hut tlie only scientiiic preparation of
Carbolic Aeid for Lung diseases is when chem
ically combined with other well known reme
dies, as in these taulets, and all parties ure
cautioned against using any other.
In nil rases of Irritation of the mucous
menbrune these tahlets should tie freely used,
their cleansing nnd healing properties ure as
■lc‘ yyai'iird, wmr 7 inflect ft cold , it is ea
sily cured in its incipient state, when it becomes
chronic the cure is exceedingly diflieult, use
Wells’ Carbolic Tablets as a specific.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Platt St., New York,
4w Sole Agent for Unitec States.
Price2s centa a box. Sun.l for ( i ular.
\IT ANTED— Kxprr i>r<.<l Hook At/co and
VV (’unvaxMr*i in all parts of tlie U S. to
sell the MEMOIR OF ROGER BROOKE
TANEY, Clii“f Justice of the Bupreinu Court
of the l nited States. £-£,• No book hen tofore
published in the country throws so much light
upon our Constitutional and Political History.
It in a work of extraordinary iutercst and of
permanent value t>> the Historian, - the
Btat‘sman, the Politician, and every class of
intelligent readers. Z$T Sold by Subscription
only—Exclusive Territory given.
i* or Terms, for Life of TAN EY —Life of (Jen.
LEE, te , address at once, MURPHY tN CO.,
w where, male and female, to introdun* the
GENUINE IMPOVEC COMMON SENSE
S3 FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This
machine will stitch, hein, fell, tuck-, quilt,
I**- cord, bind, braid, ami embroider in a most
-T superior manner. Price only £IY Full
j licensed and warranted for live years Wo
ifj will pay SI,OOO for ary machine that will
sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more
*S elastic seam than ours, it makes the
Lock Stitch.” Every second
stitch can be cut, and still the cloth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay
agents from $75 to $250 per month and ex
penscs, ora commission from which twice that
amount can be made. Address SECOMB
CO., JJoston , Mass., Pittsburgh , J‘a. , Chicago ,
111 ., or St. Louis, Mo.
St. Clair Hotel,
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 ou account of tilt 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. All improved elevator for
the use of tlie guests is constantly running,
from (i a m. until 11 p. m.
HARRY H. FOGLE, Manager.
t Farms: Free Homes !
ON the line of the UNION PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. 12,000,000 acres of the best
Farming and Mineral Lands in America.
a,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the
Platte Yalley, now for sale.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil,
for Grain growing and Stock Raising unsur
passed by any in the United States.
Cheaper in Price, 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 ISO Acres.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, with
new maps, published in English, German,
Swedish nnd Danish, mailed free everywhere.
Address, 0. F. DAVIS,
Land Com’r U. P. K. R Cos., Omaiia, Neb.
It is not u physic which may give temporary
relief to the sufferer for the first few doses, but
which, from continued use brines Files and
kindred diseases to aid in weakening the inval
id, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under
the popular nameof “Bitters” is so extensively
palmed off on the public as sovereign remedies,
but itis a niost pow erful Toni'- an<l
alterative, 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
Dr, Well’s Extract of JiriMa,
retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the
plant and must be taken as a permanent cura
In tlieirvrant oi'aclion In your
l.iver and Spleen V Unless relieved at
once, the blood becomes impure by deleterious
secretions, producing scrofulous or skin dis
ease, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pim
ples, &c.. A :e.
Tak, .1 nruheba to cleanse, purify and
restore the vitiated blood to healthy action.
Ilni r yon a Uyapeplie MloiiiiirH V
l nless digestion is promptly aided the - v.-tem
is debilitated witli loss of vital force, povertv 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
Iliivr yon Weakness of llie in.
testifies? You are in danger of Chronic
Diarrhoja or the dreadful inflammation of the
Take to allay irritation and ward off tenden
cy to inflammations.
time yon wraknesit ol" the U*
terine or I rinury Organs'. 1 You
must procure instant relief or vou are liable to
suffering worse than death
Take it to strengthen organic weak? ss or
life becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken 1 a keep
the system in perfect health or you are other
wise in irreat danger of malarial,' miasm .tic or
JOHN Q. KELLOGG.
IS Platt SL, New Yo
o • J?} e A ? em f “ r United Si .tes.
> ne dollar icr bottle Send for Ci eular.
WOULD BE\OW i I!I) PATEVI’
ti LOVE FITTING COIUET
No COKsEI has ever enioved such a world
The demand for them is constantly increas
Are Handsome, Durable, Economical and
A PERFECT FIT.
Ask for THOMSON'S GENUINE GLOVE
FITTING every Corset being stamped with
the name THOMSON, and the trade mark a
Mold by all First-Class Dealers.
“Hand Stamp*" all varieties. Circulars
free. AgtaWuated. \V. 11. H. Davis &
Cos. Mfrs. 79 Nassau, N. Y. dw
on Building. A. J. Biokneli. At Cos., 27 W arrow
Bt., N._Y. *w
KAILKOAI) TIME SCHEDULE.
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE. )
South-Western Railroad _Co., >
Macon, Ga., June 13, 1871. )
ON and after Sunday, 10th inst., Passenger
Trains on this Road, will he run as fol
DAY EUFAI'LA. PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave M&con ... 8:00 a.m.
Arrive at EufauU . . . 'UI3 p. m.
Arrive at Clayton . • • O:U> >’•
Arrive at Albany . . 3:40 p. m.
Arrive at Fort Gaines . . 4:40 p. M.
Connecting with the Albany Branch Train at
Smitliville and with Fort Gaines Branch Train
at Cuthbert daily.
Leave Clayton . 7:20 A. M.
Leave Eufiiula . . . S:fiO A. M.
Leave Fort Gain - 8:35 A. M.
Leave Albany .... 10:45 a. m.
Arrive at Macon . . . 5:25 P. m.
EUKAULA NIGHT FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODA
Leave Macon . . . . 0:10 p. m.
Arrive at Eufaula . . ' 10:20 A. M.
Arrive at Albany . . . 0:45 a. m.
Airiveat Fort Gaines . . 11:52 A. M.
Connect . t Smitliville with Albany Train on
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights,
and at Cuthbert mi Tuesday and Thuasday.—
No train leaves on Saturday nights.
Leave Enfaula .... 5:15 P. M.
Leave Albany ..... 8:40 r. m.
Leave Fort Gaines . . . 1:10 p. si.
Arrive at Macon . . . 5:20, a. m.
COLUMBUS I)A* PASiENGHIi TRAIN.
Leave Macon . 5:45 a. m.
Arrive ut Columbus . . . 11:15 a. m.
Leave Columbus . . . 4:10 p. m.
Arrive at Macon . . . 0:35 p.m.
Lil ly Engineer and Superintendent.
Ch- ’iige of Schedule.
WESTERN & ATI ANTIC RAILROAD,!
Atlanta, Ga., April 17, 1872. (
On and after Sunday, the 21st Instant
Day Passenger Train (outward) le.ivis Atlanta
8:30 a. m., Connecting at Kingston with
THROUGH FAST LINE TO NEW ORLEANS
Day Passenger NEW YORK FAST LINE leave
Atlanta 4:05 p. m , Connecting at Dalton with
EAST TENNESSEE THROUGH LINE TO NEW YORK
time 44 hours 30 minutes !
Night Passenger Fast Line to New York, leaves
Atlanta 11:10 p.m., via East Tennessee and
Georgia :'.t Dalton, or
NASHVILLE A 011 ATTAHOOGA AT CHATTANOOGA
TIME 54 HOURS.
Day Passcnter (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 1:30 a. m.
E. B. WALKER,
Change of Schedule.
ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE
Office Macon and Augusta Railroad, )
Macon, May 18, 1872. f
ON nnd after Sunday, May 19,1872, and un
til further notice, the trains on tlds Road
will run as follows:
DAY TRAIN- ; AILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED).
Leave Augusta 11.00 a.m.
Leave Macon 0.30 a. m.
Arrive at Augu-ta ‘2.45 i*. m.
Arrive at Macon 7.40 p.m.
JSPPasscng- leaving Macon at 6.80 a. m
make close connection at Camak with day pas
senger trains on the Georgia Railroad for At
lanta and all .■•• hits West; also, for Augusta,
with trains gou: North, and with trains for
Charleston; also, for Athens, Washington, and
all stations on tin Georgia Railroad
ssf“Tickets sold and baggage chtv Ked to all
points North, both by rail and by steamships
24 lv S. K. JOHNSON Suo’t.
THE "LIGHT RUHH!HG ,,^ A
;* DOYIESTIG ” S. M. CO.,
JO Chambers St., New York, or Atlanta, Ga.
L. T. WHITCOMB, AgtV,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
West India Friits, Veptatos,
IIAY, fiK in, HAY, FTC.,
99 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Arrival, uud Closing of .Hails,
Macon A Augusta R. R. Way
and Milledgeville 7:40 p.m. 7 p.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) 0:I0p. m. 6:10 am
Muscogee R. K. Way Colum
bus 6p. m. 7p. M.
8. W. R. R. (Day Train) 4:35 P. M. 7A. M.
Amerieus and Eufaula (Night
Train) 7 P.M.
C. K. R. Way Savannah and
Northern (Day Train) 4:51 p. m. 7A. M.
Northern, Savannah and Ea
ton (Night Train) 5:15 a. m. 5:20 p M
Hawkinsville daily (Sundays
excepted 10:30 a. m. 2pm
and Batuiday.’ 12m. 12:30 pm
Jeffersonville and Twiggs-
Wednesday 7 a. m.
Wednesday 2:25 p.
1.1.0E1t A; SWV, Proprietor.
r pill3 well-known house is now open to all
A _ who wish to visit the far-famed Indian
Sprimr. The Hotel is nearer the Spring Uian
any other, will: pleasant and shady walks lead
.TES OF BOARD.
Per Day . ? 2 00
One Week 10 00
One Month 35 00
Children ands ants half price.
_ ELDER & SON.
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA.
itRE iiiFisr no; si:
For the Train from Savannah, Augusta and Ma
con to Columbus.
I>IWER ilOi SE
For the Train from Eufaula and Albany to
SI PIT.lt HOUSE
For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa
vannah and Augusta.
Large comfortable Rooms with Fire piacea
and every Convenience. 113-190
Wholcttule 4ro,. ri .,
Burdick brothers n ' I
twunn Cherry and l’ojJ*,
W.nroeL FK ’ : '
XT a. magkath,
. Poplar street, lienr VuuiO,' '■
( 4 E ‘*' PA YNE, opposite Pula,. jfl
\JT Macon, Ga.
I> B. IIALL, corner of Ui, r
li • Avenue.
Hunt, kaneTn w lajui: >
TNG. INGALLS, corner IV .
ft street, Hollingsworth block. 7
\\ T I*. CARLOS, No. St;, M,, „
VV . opposite the Lanier lion,, "'',j
Sewing Hlaciiln,,. i
I) J. ANDERSON, Horn if! , J
l . chine. Cotton Avenue.
7 ROWN HOUSE-—K. E. RKov (
AJ Proprietors, Opp Passenen' D,
SPOTBWOOD-T. 11. HABKIS In
Opposite Passenger Depot.
House mid WiKi; E>
W AM ™aer Spot",]
.i.t iei ncj K cl 1., V
JOHN B. WEEMS,-OHic-.-, I
Cl ii. WOOTEN, Olliee, 8S , .■
1 m block, Up Stull's.
J B. GERRY’, Olliee, (re,;
* O. BACON, Office, 111 U n ~ 1
fpiiOMAS p. GRESHAM, . ~Bp
X berry street
WHITTLE & GUSTiN,oiEct):,.
1* Is ywiclsius.
r | 1 W. MASON, Office, over F,in Vln
JL . Bank.
Jewelers and Wateis Makm, 1
T 11. OTTO, UDdcr Spotswosd II .
House Fu raislsiag (i oi!,| ,
OLIVER, DOUGLASS & CO.; Third a ■
between Cherry and Mulberry. ■
Shoe Dealers. \
A 11X KIRTLAND, 3 Cotton Amw.al
,11 Third Street. li I
W& E. P. TAYLOR, corner of Coil
* Avenue and Cherry-streets.
rjERXD BROS., Third Street, betJ
AA Cherry and Mulberry-streets.
ISookseSiers, Stationers, Ai'.S
ITltlsic, Ac. I
J ) J. ANDERSON, Music, Cotton Avr jj
C\ UILE'ORD, WOOD & CO., 84 Xtl;-l
vT Street. i
CARHART & CURD, No. 05 and 670 1
Dr. Crook’s Wine of Tat
Dr. Crook’s t*
To have in on
in erit Ilian :i
lion ever offered i’.
It is rich in the medicinal qna' U
itics of Tar, and unequaled fordiw jl
es of the Throat and Lungs: J
forming the most remarkable cures.
Coughs, Colds, Chronic Cough’
It effectually fcures them a- IE
Asthma and Bronchitis.
Has cured so niany cases a
it has been pronounced'. ■
specific for these complain ■
For pains in Breast Side or Bad
Gravel or Kidney DisW
Diseases of the Urinary Organ’
Jaundice or any Liver Compin'"
It has no equal
It is also a superior Tonic.
Restores the Appc l ' l
Strengthens the System, .
Restores the Weak a"'
Causes the Food to’ Digest.
Removes Dyspepsia llll
Prevents Itlalarsans Fevers,
Gives tone to your Systc"-
Tr- Dr. Crook’s Winn ot Tfl r ' f
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD'
i For Serotula, Scrof"'
lons Diseases of ll"
•\6 Eyes, or Scrofula
tge c J
J“To Any disease or eruption ■■
the Skin, disease of Ibc Li v '.
ZjjT® Kheumatism, Pimples, Oi*
Sores, Ulcers, BrokcD-doo-
Constitutions, Syphilis, or at.
disease depending on a depray
ed condition of the blood, try
DR. CROOK' 3
ftfegyi SYRUP OF
jljjf It has the medical prop' - ;
jUy' of Poke combined with af l ,
paration of Iron which *
*/ once into the blood, perto •
ing the most rapid and wonderful cures-
Ask your Druggist for Dr. Crook's Coo
pound Syrup of Poke Koo*.—take it a D '-
DOWIE, MOIBE & DAVIS,
Charleston, S C., Wholesale Age" l ’
31-Iy For Dr Crook’s Remedy.
IT will be to the interest of boarders to iff
to this office, as reasonable board aau pi
ant up stairs rooms ran be obtained ,o
summer months in a delightful portion