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Macon daily enterprise. (Macon, Ga.) 1872-1873, December 05, 1872, Image 4

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_aCK BROTHERS, entirely renovated and enlarged their More, to mak'- room fir s*' no f "f , for the ’ FALL AND WINTER SEASON. Among our apccUlltlc* arc a splendid Selection "! Ladies’ and Gents’ Scarfs and Ties. LADIES’ AND GENTS', BOVS AND CHILDREN'S ME KINO UNDERWEAR. Knit Woolen Goods of all Descriptions. AN EXCELLENT CHOICE OF BRACELET .< ANO SHELL .11 YVKIJtV. Wc aUo offer a complete lino of lloUcr y, Kid Glow .<"•-■ iI < • • \-l v t ?*'! .’lk 1 Ribbons, Famishing Goods, Div*nuikcm Trimmings, 1 miry Good-. • v at wry I *' I ! >' • Wa shall be pleased to see our old frbnd* mid i> in . u* ** i" i „twrt.Damour’s Block. *■ V 4 la IKIUM III.Its. OCtSI-moowed-aaMm. NO HUMBXJGr ! \ a,. * t. • ~.u-* * t \liy- -3 5 0 COOK IN C STEWART a < ' ... li A* T COTTON PA.iNT BOX and OFITC tTO VI >, A Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hollow Ware, A\ oouen and WILLOW WARF. TIN WARE. OLIVEB, DOUGLASS k CO., No. 42 Third Street, Wlgcon, Georgia, 17H- lMHcotl __ _____ _ __ MURE TOUR LIFE! • - - Provide fur ilium: ujm> yo,lM Vond tlu-cxi^i'iivioHot 1 ordinn ry business transactions. Insure Your Life in a Company under the nmn£oUH iil ol n lialile )msinerts uicu, who understand their husiness, and wliose ]n vious stiu oees is a guarantee lor luturo safety. Insure Your Life in a Cotnimny that selects its li-k- carelully, and seeks no increase ol business without that regard to sulctv. Insure Your Life in a Company whoso mortality and expenses are small. Insure Your Life in a Company whose extent ol oj rations covers a surface that secures the advantages of average mortality. Ifuurc Your Life, in a Company that makes no distinction betae n risk* taken cither North or South. Insure Your Life in a Company whose operations are regularly snh jeet to the strict investigation of State Departments, Nortli, Smith and AYest. Insure Your Life hi o Southern (\wipon i/ , that can ytve yon t'Vt’is advantage otlcred by either Northern or Western t omp.mies, with tnis addition, that it is truly a Home Company, and utuk it-. iu\ -Mui.-nts in the State from which it derives its lovciiues. Insure Your Life in a Southern Coinpiui 1/ , win ' terms are as mode rate hh any good Company, whose management is economical, invest meuts safe, reserve ample, surplus abundant, and wh<> always imy their lossos promptly. Seek such a Oompanv, and v u will lind in tli PIEDMONT A- AKLINUTON DIKE INSURANCE t u.MP.VNY of Virginia, all that volt not'd to secure the licnctits desired tor yoursell and your dependents, therefore. fnsure Your Life in the Piediait & Arliutoi Life lisirace Company of Va„ Branch oflico 92 Mullx*rry Street, Macon (a. T. STANLEY BECKWITH A SON, (ieneral Agents. oc? eod2m JOS A. ROPERS. Local Agent. Wm. M Pin HUSTON Witi:r t R-'rs PENDLETON A IIOSS, to L M. IlGuniuiiuj ) Corner Mulberry and Second street*. ItAt’ON, HA., vraouwaut anu hktaii prai.khs t* SCHOOL BOOKS, MKDH'AL HtK)KB, LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. BLANK BtMIKS, CAP, LETTER and NOTE PAPER, ENVELOPES, LEGAL BLANKS, WRITING INK, COPYING INK. CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK, GOLD PENS, PENHOLDERS, STEEL PENS, PENCILS, CHALK CRAYONS. RUBBER. WAX, OIL COLORS, WATER COLORS. COLORED CRAYONS, BRUSHES ( ANVASS, PLAYING ARDS CHESSMEN. BACKGAMMON BOARDS, DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK, CHROMOS, PICTURE FRAMES. MOULDINGS. GLASS, ETC., ETC., ETC., And In fact everything utnally kept In a Ui>t ela## Book ana Stationery Store. Order* Iron, the country will twelve prompt attention. Prkoa ae low aa any other ho.iae In the South. Order# foe printing MUcltao PKNULETON A 118 MM Macon, Gooryta. FOR RENT tijA PER MONTH by the roar in ndvanee Two nice rcß'ina, beat l.wwltty In t , t tor Denuet or MlUtuery tuaine*# Ai ; > nt thta offit-e, or No. rt Cott.'U Avenu. oetKttt BY BREAD WEILIVE THE undmrotgned ha# cntabHabed afirctcUsa BAKERY where our rituena ren obtain bread that ta bread. My c n will rapply dtlsena at tbair reeideo.-oa J uoe only the Wt Sour and material., generally. 11BM4S ISAACS IGF! H'F! H'F! IGF. one lint a j't>und as umuil. No rino iu . priuo now or hertSaftiY. \Y. V. UAIILOS, ami Kotall Grocrr, nuAim in in:# i isa its, nsii, i:n ~ Mulberry Mm t, opjHisUA Hihim*, 68 tf Macon. Ga. FOR SALE. A GoMl’l.F.lT. oG’TFi r OF OI\SKUiLU FG KMYTKK. A FAMILY ditfttlit£ to brmk up how kiH'pinj; ow tho lit>t vf Ocloliur, now 01l r a compiu U’ outfit of furniture for live or sJx room*, togpt&er witii till npcNnury kitchen utetiaeia. for hale at half original esuyt It con M>t* of Mohair Parlor < hait>, Muhocmny ami lUack Walnut BedaUauia. llur\ , au!*, Dixliu: Ta t>le, Dlninc. RouKln): ami comm-m eh vii>. Gar pi'ti, Dinner ami Tea M*it amt in i*ort. almost everv ai tieU* iteiuauded in a house of tt\e vr m\ roonia The furniture hat* not been uaeti over oMortto yean*, ii In perfivt n pair, almost as t>Kxi a** new, i*l ,iHXI and " ill now in? tola fvr fa'HX) ca*h. Adtifw* Box 432. Macon, or apply at thU THIS OFFICE, aeplfo Gnernsey, Barirai & Headrii. unt.DF.KN s rri.i ntohi:. Util!.<-• uiarlt, I*o|lr Nireel, (Between Third and Fourth ) WHITE AND YELLOW ITNF. WORK. Sa.h, Dora>. ttlluda, I'rnmr., Braehrta, YrwelP#t, llalualer., nautlr.. Ft.-., Ft.-. Carpenter Tools, lawks, \ails, Hinges. Paints, Oils. Glass and Putty , Etc. CO.YTRACTORAfor BI’II-Dl\. DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR FACTORT, DIXIE WORKS, CHERRY ST. I*-W THE ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT IS Nf)W PREPARED TO RXKCUTK ALL KINDS OF PRINTING ! SUCH AS CARDS, BILL HEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, STATEMENTS, BILLS OF FARE, NOTE HEADS, INVITATION CARDS, HAND BILLS, DODGERS, ETC., ETC, And iu a style equal to any. Extou-tivo additions tiro daily being made to our STOCK AN!; KATEEIAI Wit.. • very elb rl will be made t" no .-I'.u-tion uiito all wh ■ tote Isvot its with tlieir jiataonug 1 . PROM P T ESS! 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! OUU WORK IS GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN THIS PARTICULAR, AND WE CHALLENGE TII ! ! TATE TO EXCEL US. Address, I aii'^ t Win*- V: Smith, PROPRIETORS, MACON, GA. PRINTING It has been the custom heietofotv, 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. 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 art 1 not manufactured in the Sonth, and hence the merchant must send where it is made, but here we have printing offices all around us, doing work at a verv small advance on northern prices, and still the work is sent away. We hope j the time is not for distant when our m rchants will awake to their in terests and patronize home institutions. It is a wron_r practice and shonld tie condemned. FREE TO BoOlk AOidNTiL. An KleKanllr Kound t’nnTßM ln Hook for tfie beat undcheapest Family Bible ever published,will be rent free of charge to any book agent. It contains nearly aoo tine Script are llluatrations, and agent# ore moot ing wi’b unprecedented tuceeaa. Address, stating experience, etc., and we will show you what our agents ure doing, NATIUNAI. PI HlJNlll.tlti CO., Memphis, Tenn., or Atlanta, Ga. I<3 l'\T<s SOMETHING NEW" 6 iiaL Ijo Al 5 able articles, sell at sight. r Catalogues aud one sample TT llfllOll. free. New York Manufactur ing Cos., gl Conrthnd St,, N. Y. 13 <0 T IS<> but for coughs, colds, sort* throat, hoarseness and brouchkd diiilcultiufc, use only WELLS’ CARBOLIC TAB JTb market, but the only scientific preparation ol Carbolic Acid for Lung diseases is when chem ically combined with other well known reme dies, as in these tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using any other. In sail •;•*<** of irritation of the imicoti men Inane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing aud healing properties are as tonishirg Ita* uiiriied. in • r vet fleet <i cold, it is ea sily cured in its incipient >Uite when it becomes chronic tin; cure is exceedingly difficult, ue Well*’ Carbolic tablets as a specilic. JOHN (, KELLOGG, 18 i'hut M , New York 4w Solo >gent for Unite. Mate’s. Price 25 cents a box. bend for Circular \\ J A NTH) -Ex} ■ rU-m-rd J!uok . \ rents ~<uul \\ ( UoctffHCi s, in id* pltof I lie l>. to s*ll l lie MLMHU OF •OuKli IL.O k i’ANEY, Chi r Ju-t.ee of the bUpremC *urt of the United ‘tat>*> * 'No book In retpt .1 • I üblishcd in tl.e couuiry throw- • mueh upon • ur ( onstilulion and and Ptdit)cul It i- a w.rk of cxiraordinarx iutercst and oi permanent \ lue t tin* Historian, the Law.ei statesman, the Politician, and every cla?B ot int -lligent reader- sSuKI by .Subscription tinlv -Kxcbi.-ive r l rnlon given. For Terms, for I .if of TAN 1 Y—Life of G,n LI- K, etc . atidn at once, ML'lllTi Y & CU., Publislicrs, BaiUmorc. W7#> 1> J i*vv laouiii, cvery- I s*. where, male and female, to introduct tin INK LVIPOVr.U COMMON BENK FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Tills ; unu hiin* will -titch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, ! cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most i 'T superior manner. Price only sls. Full I | been ed and warranted for flfe years. We j /, w ill p:> SI,OOO for t\i y machine that will I how a 1 tmiiger, more beautiful, or more f nZ elastic scum than ours. 1L makes tin. “ Llustic l.oek Btitch.” 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 BECOMB <sl CO., JBoxton, Afas.s. , Pittsburgh , Pit. , Chicago , ///., or St. Lonix, AIo. St. Clair Hotel, Baltimore, ftfid. This New and Beautiful Hotel is now open to the public. Located on MONUMENT ttQUAKE, convenient alike to the business . man and the tourist. It is the only hotel in Bal timore embracing elevator, euite of rooms with baths, anu till other conveniences. To accommodate Merchants, Commercial Travelers and others, the rates will he $2 per day for rooms on the fourth and fifth li*>ors. making the difference on account of the eleva tion Ordinary transient rates for lower rooms, s:> per day. Guests desiring t<> 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 6 a m. until 11 i m. t liru|> Fttrinsl ITee KI >mes ! ON the lin<* of the UNION PACIFIC KAIL ROAD. 12,000,000 acres of the best Farming ami Mineral Lands in America. 3,000.000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte Valley, now for sale. Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, for Grain growing und Stock Raising unsur imsscd by any in the United States i iie a per i.\ Prick, more favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than .in ne fund el cwhere Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers. I’lu- osl locution f>r Uo'onhs—Soldier- * n till-G lon tiomesti ml of IGO Acres S nd for the in w Descriptive: Pamphlet, with ii*w maps, publi'hud in English, German, Mvedi-h and DanUli, muiled free everywhere ' ddivss, O F. D\VIS, l.ni.tl t t'ni'r [' P R R Go , Ommia, Nf.h ll I- ituU puv&lc wmen MU) give tcuipoi.ny relief to the sufferer for the filet few closes, bui which, from continued use brings Piles and kindred diseases to aid in weakening the invui id. nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under the popular uame of “Bitters” is so extensively palmed off on the public as soveregn remedies, but it is a hi o* f powerful Toiiienitd :iltoralv\ pronounced so by the leading medical authorities of London and Paris, anu has been long used by the regular physician of other countries with wonderful remedial re sults. Dr. Wells Extract of JinWa, retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the flant and must be taken as a permanent cura tive agent. I*. Ilieiruantofnelion in your lxlver anl Spleen? Unless relieved at once, the blood becomes impure by deleterious secretions, producing scrofulous or skin dis ea*e, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pim ples, Ac Ac. Take .iiarubelui to cleanse, purify and restore the vitiated blood to healthy action. II sir v you a *ioni;< It 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 Slave you Wenknens of the In teiineV You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or the dreudful inflammation of the Bowels. Take to allay irritation and ward off tenden cy to liUlauunalions. Have you weaknemi ol* list- 1 lerine op 1 T im*ry Organs? Y'ou must jtroenrv instant relief or you arc liable to suffering worse than death. Take it to strengthen organic weakness or life becomes a burden. Finally it should be frequently taken to keep the system in perfect health or you are other wise in great danger of malarial,' miasmatic or coutagious diseases. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 1M Platt Bt., New York, Sole Agent for the United States. Price One Dollar per bottle Send for Circular. THOMSON’S WOULD RE\OWKED P.4TEXT GLOVE FITTING COKSET No CORBET bos ever enjoyed aneb a world wide pojiH.arity Tbe demand for them is constantly increas ing, because TIIEV CITE DNIVERiAL 3ANIFATIOS! Arc Handsome, Dora hie, Econ- micol aud A PERFECT FIT. Ask f>r THOMSON S GENUINE GLOVE FIiTINt-i. every Coiset twine stamped with Ibe name THOMSON, and the trade-mark a ir *wn Solti by nil Fij t.t’lna* Dealer#. ms-tw “Hand Hlufkipw" all vuricties. Clrbulara free. Aglt* %% uiiieil. \V. H. H. Davis A Cos. Mfre. 79 Nusbuu, N. Y. 4w BUIIDERS liii’a cfuFoguo on Building. A. J. Bicknell 6l Cos., 27 Warren Bt., N. Y. 4w RAILROAD TIME SCHEDULE. Cbange of Schedule. SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, j South-Western Railroad Cos., > Macon, Ga., June 13, 1671. ) ON and after Sunday, 16th inst., Passenger Trains on this Koud, will bo run as fol* lows: DAY BUPAULA PASSENGER TRAIN. Leave Macon . . . . 8:00 A. M. Arrive at Eufaula . . . 4:42 P. M. Arrive at Clayton . . 6:15 p. M. Arrive at Albany . . . 2:40 p. M. Arrive at Fori, Gaines . . 4:40 p. m. Connecting with the Albany Branch Train at Smithville and with Fort Gaines Branch Train at Cuthbert daily. Leave Clayton . . 7:20 a. m. Leave Eufaula . . . 8:50 a. m. Leave Fort Gaines . . . 8:35 a. m. Leave Albany .... 10:45 a. m. Arrive at Macon . . . 5:25 p. m. EUFAULA NIGUT FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODA TION TRAIN. Leave Macon .... 9:10 p. m. Arrive at Eufaula . . 10:20 a. m. \rrive at Albany . . . 6:45 a. m. Ai rive at Fort Gaines . . 11:52 a. m. Connect l Meitliville with Albany Train on Monday, I'm-.-day, i hursilay and Friday nights, tnd at Cuthbert on 'i'uesday and Thuasday.— Nt iraiit 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. COLI MBXS DAY PASSENGER TRAIN. Leave M con . ... 5:45 a. m. Arrive at Columbus . . . 11:15 a. m Leave Columbus . . . 4:10 p. m Arriv at Macon . . . 9:35 p. m. VIRGIL POWERS, 69-ly Engineer and Superintendent. Ch of Schedule. WESTERN & AT! ANTIC RAILROAD, [ Atlanta, Ga., April 17,187 J. i On and after Sunday, tlie 21st Instant Day Passenger Train (outward) leaves Atlanta *8:80 a. m., Connecting at Kingston with THROUGH FAST LINE TO NEW ORLEANS Day Passenger NEW YORK FAST LINE leave Atlanta 4:05 r. M , Connecting at Dutton with EAST TENNESSEE THROUGH LINE TO NEW YORK TIME 48 HOURS SO MINUTES! Night Passenger Fast l.ine to New Y'ork, leaves Atlanta 11:10 u. M., via East Tennessee and Georgia ntDalton, or NASHVILLE & OH ATT AUOOGA AT CHATTANOOGA TIME 54 HOURS. Day Passenter (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. li. WALKER, Master Transporatiotn. Change of Schedule. ON MACON AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD. FORTY-ONE MILES SAVED IN DISTANCE Optics Macon ant> Augusta Railroad, ) Macon, May 18, 187)3. j ON and after Sunday, May 19, 1872, and un til further notice, the trains on this Road will ruu as follows: DAY TRAIN- —DAILY (SUNDAYS KXCF.I'TFD). Leave Augusta -...11.00 A. M. l eave Macon 0.30 a. m. Arrive at Augusta 2.45 p. M. Arrive at Macon 7.40 p. M. Ir^" Passengers leaving Macon at 6.50 A. M make close connection at Oamak with day pas -enger trains on the Georgia Railroad for At nta and all points West; also, for Augusta, ■nth trains going North, and with trains for liarleston; also, for Athens, WWmgton, and til stations on the Georgia Railriiai’ tarTickots sold and baggage chu.KCd to all oints Nortli, both by rail am) by steamships from Charleston. ■34 lv 8. K. JOHNSON Suo’t, THE “LIGHT RUHHIWG"jJ Hrifra *• DOMES.,, „-s. AJ. CO., ■Hi Chainners St., New York, or Atlanta, Ga. 1:32-.00 L. T. WHITCOMB. Agt., IMPOKTUR AM) DEAOjEH IN West liiia Fruits, Veptalsies, HAT. GKAIY, 51 AY, ETC., 99 bay STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. 107-185 Arrival and Ciusiug oi’ Mails. Arrive. Close. Macon & Augusta R. R Way and Mllledgcville :7:40p.m. 7 p.m. Augusta anu Carolinas 7 p.m. Macon & 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) 0:I0p. m. 6:loam Muscogee R. U. Way Colum bus 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8. W. R. K. (Day Train) 4:35p.m. 7 a.m. Americus and 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 pm Huwkinsville daily (Sundays excepted .". 10:30 a. m. 2pm Clinton —Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday '. 12 m. 12:30 pm Jeffersonville and Twiggs ville, Wednesday 7 a.m. Wednesday 2:25 p, INDIAN SPRINGS. ELDER HOUSE. EL*l>l#K Al SOY, Proprietor. nnHIS well-known house is now open to all JL who wish to visit the far-famed Indian Spring. The Hotel is nearer the Spring than any other, w ith pleasant and shady walks lead ing thereto. RATES OT BOARD. Per Dav $ 2 00 One Week 10 00 One Month 35 00 Children and servants half price. 62tf ELDER A SON. BYINCTON’S HOTEL, FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA. 19 THE BREAKFAST HOUSE For the Train from Savannah, Augnstaand Ma con to Columbus. DFVYFR HOUSE For the Train from Eufaula and Albany to Macon. SUPPER HOI SE For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa vannah and Augtu-ta. Lars i-omfortaole Rooms with Fir*plaees and every Convenience. 113-190 MACON BUSINESS DIEECToBY WlioleMiilc rote777k7 Burdick brothers. Third street . tween Cherry and Poplar. ! W. ttrJct FF ' Third Slret ' t ’ toriHr Ch^ ; T AWTON dt BATES, Xu to Lawton A Willinghams. ® l j I! ■]V A. MAG RATH, Hollingsworth Block J_X • Poplar street, near Fourth. 3ti-t( ' Rragglai., Ii . con,er TT UNT, KANIUN A LAMAR, 11 Cherry-street. j*, 01 J'N'O. INGALLS, corner Poplar andFomti street, Hollingsworth block, l: Fancy Grocery. Wl’. CARLOS, No. 80, Mulberry-street • opposite the Lanier House. ' tf ' Sewing HiicMaei. I> J. ANDERSON, Howe Sewing Ma ll# chine. Cotton Avenue. Hotel*. Brown, house—e. e. brown a son Proprietors, Opp Passenger Depot, tf ’ Q POTS WOOD—T. 11 HARRIS, Pronto," O Opposite Passenger Depot. , f ’ House and Nign Paiulerf. \\7 YNDHAM A CO., under Spotswood V V Hotel. o A<toi-tK-y* it, {.aw, ~ T OllN li. WEEMS, Ollice, Ralston’s block fj < iver Hasdai’s. ,f ’ (N li. WOOTEN, Ollice, fcs Washingbi, J • block, up stairs. ti MR. GERRY", Ollice, Court House tf AO. BACON, Office, Bfi Ciherry-street. • 30—if rpiIOMAS li. GRESHAM, office S77i>i"m- X berry street TXT HITTLE ACH STIN, office No. 2 Colt": 1 \ Avenue. l’liysiciuns. r P W. MASON, Office, over First National 1 • Rank. tf Jewelers and Watch Makers. JII. OTTO, under Spotswood Hotel. tf House I’arnisliing Goods Stoves, Ac, OLIVER, DOUGLASS A CO., Third Stm". between Cherry and Mulberry. tf Shoe healers. MIX A KIRTLAND, 3 Colton Avenue, i Third Street. u l-'urnitui-e, Ar. XVr &E. P. TAYLOR, corner of Cotton “ i Avenue and Cherry-streets. tf Harness, Ac. BERND BROS., Third Street, between Cherry and Mulberry-streets. tf Uooltsellcrst, Stationers, Ac. music, Ac. RJ. ANDERSON, Music, Cotton A vein:.. • 63tf Guilford, wood a co., si Muiberrv Street. Hardware. CNARHART A CURD, No. 65 and 67 Cherry J Street 4Stf ‘ Dr. Crook’s Wine of Tar. 10 years PUBOC TEST Dr. Crook’s INE TAR T o have in or c me yi t than au > | similar prepara v. tion ever offered to ,| |t . | >u b|| c . It is rieli in the medicinal <|iiul iti< s of Tar, and unequaled fordisens esot tln Tln-oal and per forming the most remarkable cures. Coughs, Colds, Chronic Coughs, It effectually cures them all. Astlinm and Bronchitis. Has cured so many cases it has been pronounced 2 specific for these complaints. For pains in Breast Side or Bark Oravel or Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Vriiinry Organs, Jaundice or any Civet-Complain It lias no equal. It is also a superior Tonic. Restores the Appetite, Strengthens the System, Restores the Weak and Debilitated, Causes the Food to Digest, Remove* Dyspepsia and Indigestion, Prevents malarious Fevers, Dives tone to your System. Tr- Dr. Crook’s Wine of Tar. PURIFY YOUR BLOOD. For Scrofula, Scrofu lous Diseases of the *\y* Eyes, or Scrofula in A- any form. Any disease or eruption of the Skin, disease of the Liver. Rheumatism, Pimples, Old Sores. Ulcers. Broken-down Constitutions. Syphilis, or any C-QntL disease depending on a deprav ed condition of the blood, try DR. CROOK’S STRIP OF &Poke Root. jljy U lias tfie medical property jufif of Poke combined with a pre paralion ot Iron which goes at once into the blood, perform ing the most rapid and wonderful cures. Ask your Druggist for Dr. Crook’s Com pound Syrup of Poke Root—take it and be healed. DOWIE, MOIBE & DAVIS. Charleston, S C., Wholesale Agents 31-Iy For Dr Crook’s Remedies. BOARD. IT will be to the interest of boarders to apply to this office, as reasonable board aad plea*- ant up rtalrs rooms van be obtained for tb summer months in a delightful portion offfi# city s®ti