lUurnn Hailij jEntprjinsr.
Lines, Wing & Smith, Protbietors^
Xermi of Mubnorlpllon :
„ f $ or
< >ne Year
Invariably in advance.
To city subscribers by the month , Scvcnty-flvi
ei nts, served by carriers.
FOR MAYOR OF M ACON,
HON. W. A. HUFF.
a i ni: nin vnoA.
Tlie following poem is said to have been
delivered by Miss Lizzie Doton, a spiritual
trance speakor, whilst under the influence ol
the spirit of Edgar a Pac. Although first put'
liahed some years since, it may be new to main
of our readers.—Ed. Entekphisk.
From the floor of life eternal,
From the home of love supernal,
Where the angels make music o’ver tin
Mortals, I have come to meet you.
And with words of peace to greet you,
And to tell /ou of the glory that is mine for
Once before I found u mortal
W'ait'ng at the heaveuly portal—
Waiting but to catch some echo from that
Then I seized this quickened being,
Aud through all his inward seeing,
Caused my burning inspiration in a fiery
flood to pour.
Now I come more meekly human.
And the weak lips of a woman,
Touched with tire from ofl the altar, not with
burning, as of yore,
Hut in the holy love descending.
With her chastened being blending,
I will till your soul with music from the
bright celestial shore.
As one heart yearns for another,
Asa child turns to its mother.
From the golden gates of glory, turn I to the
earth once more;
Where I drained the earth with sadness,
Where my soul was stung to madness.
And life’s bitter, burning billows swept my
burdened being o’er.
Here the harpies and the ravens,
Human vampires, sordid cravens,
Preyed upon my soul and substance, till 1
writhed in anger sore;
Life and I then seemed mismated,
For I felt accursed and fated,
Like a restless, wrathful spirit, wandering
the Stygian shore.
Tortured by a nameless yearning,
Life a tire-frost, freezing, burning,
Did the purple, pulsing-life through its feeble
Till the golden bowl, life's token.
Into tlie shining sands was broken,
And my chained and chafing spirit let from
out its prison door.
But whilst living, stirring, dying,
Ne’er did my spirit cease its crying;
‘T-< who guide tlie fates and turh s, give, oh
give me, I iruploie—
From tiie myriad host of nations,
From the countless constellations,
One pure spirit that can love me—one that I
too, can adore.”
Through this fervent aspiration
Found my fainting soul salvation;
Far froin out its blackened fire quick did in
And my beautiful ideal,
Not too saintly to be real,
Burst more brightly on my vision than the
fancy formed Lenorc.
’ Mid the surging sea she found me,
With the billows breaking around me,
And my saddened, sinking spirit in her arun
of love upbore;
Like a lone one, weak and weary,
Wandering in tlie midnight dreary,
On her sinless, saintly bosom, brought me
to the heavenly shore.
Like the breath of blossoms blending,
l.ikc the prayers of saints ascending,
Like tke rainbow’s seveu-hued glory, blend
on souls forever more;
Earthly lust and lore enslaved me,
But divinest love hath saved me,
And I know now, first and only, how to live
and how to adore.
O, my mortal friends and brothers !
We are each and all another’s,
And the soul which eives meet freely from
its treasures hath the more.
Would you lose life, you must find it,
And in giving love you bind it,
l.ike au amulet of safety, to your heart for
We should be ctirel'ul to deserve a good
reputation, by a- ing well; and when tliai
care is once taken, not to be over anxious
about the success.
There is a kind of magic in truth which
forcibly carries the mind along with it.—
lien readily embrace the dictate of sin
Prok. lladlev. —Prof Hadley of Tale
College is dead. lie was eminent as u
Greek scholar, and one of the best lin
guists in the country. His published work
remain standurd contributions to the de
partment of learning to which he had de
voted his life. The 'great, the wise and
the good are falling on every sido. and few
are rising to take their places and assume
As Example.—At the session of a
Southern Baptist Association, this year, it
appeared that the contributions lor mis
sionary purposes averaged severity cents
for every member in its churches. And
that was the Choctaw and Chickasaw As
sociation! The "red man,” brought to
Christ, teaches a lesson of liberality, by
which the “white man,” in may sections
msv well profit. If all the Baptists in the
South had given for missions on that scale,
for the past year, the treasury of the Lord
would have received from them $600,000
[lndex and liaptist.
Allen's new History of Kentucky says
Six miles east of Munfordaville in the level I
barrens, is a hole in the earth, circular in
form, sixty or seventy feet in diameter, of
a tunnel shape for twenty five or thirty
feet, when the diameter is diminished to
ten or twelve feet. Below this point it
has never been explored, and sinks to an
unknown depth. On throwing a stone
into this hole or sink, its ring as it strikes
the sides gradually dies away without
being heard to strike any bottom, it is
supposed that visitors have thrown more
tbau one hundred cart-loads of rock
Tennessee Press Association.—The
1 eunessee Press Association of Publishers
and Editors met at Chattanooga on the
present, Messrs. Bingham. Buck,
Coter. Jonas, Kirby, Thomas and White
After the tronsactiou of regular business,
r wether was elected poetess
of the next meeting, which is to be at
Lebanon ; General Holfe 8. Sanders the
and Colonel John C. Burch the
address. The city of Ch<onooga gave
the Association a splendid banquet after
which a poem was delivered by Mrs.
Fiench. and an able address by "General
Ira P Janss. of the Union and American
was delivered, followed by an extempore
frbta Mr. Bingham .— l ■fffathvillt
A SHORT SERMON ON CHARITY.
From the St. Louis Republican.]
Great charities are an honor as well as
u blessing to the race ; but little charities
are most acceptuble to heaven. It is com
paratively an easy matter for Astor to
found a library, or Peabody to establish an
educational fund, because their wealth is
superabundant, and untural ambition no
less than praiswortby philanthropy teaches
ihem that wealth properly used may
bring them what mankind most craves,
guileful remembrance after dentil. Hut the
world would be infiuitly worse if there
were none but giants of benevolence—il
Hie benevolent pigmies did not live and
work unseen and unknown ou every side.
It was the widow's mite, not the Plmrise’s
golden talent, which brought commenda
tion from the lips of Him "who spake as
never man spake ”
Vet the charity which exhales in cash
ir self-sacrificing labor, is a very small
md insignificant tiling when compared
with the charity which is breathed out in
our innermost thoughts and secret acls.
It is tolerably easy to do good to our
neighbor, but" remarkably hard to think
kindly of him when lie is a rather disa
iieeuble person It is so easy to con
demn where, perhaps, condemnation is not
really deserved ; it is so hard to pity, even
where pity is urgently demanded Vet
kindly thoughts and magnanimous pity
are a more acceptable offering to God
iliau all the sacrifices that ever blazed
from the summit of Mount Moriah. When
shall we learn to make allowances for one
another—to appreciate the differences of
birth, education and social surroundings,
and correctly measure the influence which
ihese exert upon the conduct? None but
tho lowest of ruffians would ridicule or
abuse a man because lie happened to be
born with a bump on bis back, or with a
leg having a club foot attachment. But
men and women born with bumps on
ibeir temper, lameness of understanding,
obliquity of mental vision, or witli any
oilier of tlie innumerable malformations of
die soul, are considered legitimate objects
of obloquy and belabored accordingly.
The author of Pilgrim's Progress look
ing at a criminal on liis way to jail, said :
•But for the glace of God, there goes
John Bunyau!'-’ We have sometimes
tnouglit there was more suggestiveness in
that single remark than in the whole of
die wonderful allegory which lias made
Banyan immortal. And in these two
familiar verses-with which we dismiss
our congregation—is more wisdom than
can be found in ten ißousand sermons:
Then gently scan thy brotiier man,
feliil gently sister woman—
Tin High they may gang a kenniu wrung,
To step usiiie is human.
One point must still be greatly dark,
The moving why they do it,
Anil just, as lamely can ye mark
liow far, perhaps, they rue it.
Who-made the heart, ’tie, He alone
Decidedly can try us ;
lie knows each chord, its various tone,
Each string, its various bias;
Then at the balance let’s be mute,
\Ve never can adjust it—
What’s done we partlv may compute,
But know not what’s resisted.
REPORTS OF THE ARMY BU
Geueral Sherman’s report shows the ac
tual force of enlisted men in the regular
army to be 29,336, and of commissioned
officers, 2,104. He submits with his re
port, those of all the officers command
ing military departments and divis
ions, which he states are so full and com
plete that they leave nothing but to sub
mit them, with Iris hearty approval of the
several recommendations therein.
The Inspector General urges the early
adoption by Congress of the new army reg
ilafions, in place of the present compila
tion, which is old, complicated and ineffi
cient. He recommends a uniform system
of cavalry tactics, and better material and
fabrication in the future army uniform
He reports the tone and discipline of the
army, composed of 2,100 officers and
30.000 men, as constantly improving.
The pay department disburses about
sl3 000.0(10 a year. The new law, allow
mg soldiers to deposit parts of their
monthly pay until finally discharged is
reported as working well. The weekly
comparison of paymasters' reports of bal
ances, with the reports of the depositaries
of public funds, is an elrectual check upon
errors and irregularities.
The ordimince department has been
mainly occupied with experiments upon
breech loading cannon, and the fabrica
tion of small lots of breech-loading small
arms, for trial in service. Whenever spe
cific models of cannon, gun carriages and
breech loaders have been adopted, the de
partment will be prepared to fabricate
The quartermaster's department spent
twelve and a half million dollars, and
bought 3.277 horses and 209 mules. 700,
1100 bushels of corn, 880,000 bushels of
oats. 170.000 bushels of barley, 55,000 tons
of lmy, 3,800 tons of straw, 116,000 colds :
of wood, and 28.000 tons of coal dutiug
the yeitr. Clothing to the amount of 1
#1,800,000 was sold, and new clothing,
valued at #667.000, was supplied to the
army. Railroad transportation cost #l,-
300.000, water transportation #626,000.
wagon transportation #1,100.000, and
stage transportation about #49,000. The
collections from the indebted Southern
railroads were #138,000, and #4,734.000
are still due, of which about #230.000 are
covered by services rendered in transport
ing mails and Government freight.
The Judge Advocate General reports
that he has revised the proceedings of 1
17.353 military trials. He recommends
the piescription of uniform punishment ,
for specific crimes and the establishment
of military prisons
[ The resident physician of the Halifax
visiting dispensary writes to American
1 Medical, Timet that tarraeenia purpurea,
i or Indian cup, a native plant of Nova
Scotia, is a remedy for small pox in all its
1 forms in twenty hours after the patient has
taken the medicine. However alarming
j and numerous the eruptions, or confluent
I and frightful they may he, the peculiar
action is such that scarcely a scar is left
jto tell the story ot the disease. If the vac
j cine or vaiioious matter is washed with
an infusion of sarracenia. they are deprived
of their contagious propetties. The medi
cine has been successfully tried in the
hospitals of Nova Scotia.
Col. Robert Harlan, representative of
the colored population of Gineinnatti, is a
prominent candidate for Minister Ui Hay ti.
The Colonel would aiake a creditable
repreacutaliva of tba dignity and power of
' tea Uaitad States
A Good Hog.
At a convention of swine breeders, held
at Indianapolis last week, the following
was reported by tt committee, and adopted
as to what constitutes the most perfect hog
for tlie consumer aud raiser :
It must have a small, short head ; heavy
jowl ; short, thick neck ; ear small, thin,
and tolerably erect, but not objectionable
if slightly drooping forward ; bottom
straight from neck to flank, and well
down to knees iu brisket; of good length
from head to tail, on the back, broad .
ribs ralher barrel-shaped, and must be
slightly curved in tlie back from the
shoulder to the setting on of the tail ; the
tail small ; the ham long from the hock lo
letting off at tho loin, and broad aud full
shoulder, not too large, but enough to give
symmetry to tlie animal; hair smooth and
evenly set on ; skin soft and elastic to tlie
touch; legs short and small, and well set un
der, and space between broad ; good depth
between bottom and top; good, quiet dis
position ; weight not to exceed from three
to four hundred pounds gross at twelve
to eighteen mouths. Such a hog should
measure as many feet from the top of Un
bend to the root of the tail us he does
around the body, and will measure many
inches around the leg, below the kuce, as
lie does iu feet around the body, and the
depth of the body will he four filths of tin
t lie following scalo of points was ud
opted forjudging swine :
Short ribs, seven ; shoulder, eight .
ham, twelve ; length of body, six ; flank
six, twist, six; snout, four, jowl, three ;
face, three; ear, two; neck, four; skin
five, hair, three ; legs, three ; teel, two ;
tail ; one ; total representing perfection,
Tub Vicksburg Herald says : Mr. Jas.
Reedus, while out huuling on a piece ol
land known us the Black Hammock, in
Cbieot county, Arkansas, fired a charge ol
turkey shot at a rabbit, a very short dis
tanco off, and, tiring up bill, the whole
load entered the ground, from which there
immediately rose a bright blue flame, with
hazy clouds of smoke. Mr. Reedus was,
as a mill ter of course, very much alarmed,
hut beiag a man of nerve, advanced elosi
enough to the place, which was e.nini g
a sulphurous smell, to observe that Hit
ground had assumed the color of brim
stone, and was fust crumbling away, drop
ping into the miniature cralur, and had
the appearance of crisped hair Mid burnt
horn, which in turn dissolved inlo smoko
and stench. The whole neighborhood
was much excited, and hundreds lmd vis
ileil Hie scene, now sunk into the bowels
of the earth, bnt still emitting occasions
whiff. of smoke, strongly impregnated
with the smell of brimstone. When out
informant left, the excitement was, if any
thing, on the iucrease, while many fami
lies were removiug from that portion ol
As compared with American railroads,
even the most expensive, the cost of Lon
don railways is enormous. The high
price of land, and the heavy cost of con
structing underground and other railways
in tiiat city, are shown by the reports of
some of the great railways that are car
ried into, through, over or under the greal
metropolis. The Metropolitan Under
ground railway c05t54,500,6 0 a mile ; the
Metropolitan Extension of the London,
Chatham and Hover railway $2,500,000 a
mile; the North London railway $4,406,-
700; the Blackwell, $1,330,000, and the
Greenwich $1,000,000 per mile. In New
York, where tire question of rapid transit
is constantly agitated, it is thought sl,-
000.000 per mile will bo an outside esti
mate for their proposed underground from
the lower to the upper end of Manhattan
The slow men of business who fear to
risk a dollar in advertising, should be re
minded that it is in no way inimical to
life, has never been known to poison any
body, and would not barm the youngest
child. Ho not fear it, my friend. Make
a mild experiment for once, and watcli
the result. But take a good dose of med
icine and wear a light coat of chain-mail
tor leaf it might strike in.
“A pair of shears weighing over forty
nine tons have been constructed at the
Pensacola Navy Yard.” —N 0. Timex.
Some men would like to marry alma
nacs, and have a fresh one every year.
What ancient instrument of war does a
petulant lover resemble : A cross bow.
The wife beating mania is so prevalent
in Harrisburg tlmt, tho deacons have got
Tares which every wife is willing that
the husband shall sow—Belies in liei
A FOUR room dwelling and vacant lot,
also, splendid well of water In the yard ;
fronting on hpring and Rose Streets, contain
ing one quarter of an acre. For sale cheap.
nov. 35—1 ru. corner Third and I'lurn Streets.
BAR& LAO Ell BEEII SALOON,
Imasset’s old stand.)
Opposite Medical College, Mulberry St.
r pills Saloon Is supplied with the best Wines,
1 Liquors and Cigars in th market, and
sparkling .Algerßeer of .-uperior quality tree
lunch every day from 10 to 13 o’clock and
extra lunches served up at any hour in the day
or night. Swiss Cheese, Goose. Duck, 1 lam,
Salads and anything that may be desired for
lunch. ' nov24tf
DK II F. GKIUG4.
OFFICE ovet M. R. Rogers & Co’s., Con
fetti marv store.
Residei -e, l'lum street, opposite George 8.
Obear's. oct 2-lm.
MISS M. A. DANIEL
WOULD respectfully inform the Lade-- of
Mi. -on and vicinity that site has taken
rooms at 10. tO Cotton Avenue (up stair-),
where sin i. 1 repared to do Dttess Marino In
the latent and tn tfa huauiWe ntylet, and war
rants to give satisfaction. OCt3l-2w
EC WARD SPRINZ.
NOTARY PUBLIC and EX-OFFICIO JUB
- E PEACE I can be found
for the pr sent a’ all hours of the day at my
ottlce adjoining the law office of A. rroudllt,
over the suireof Jaque * Johnson, Third til.,
Maoon, Oa., to attend to all Magisterial hoai-
MACON, GA„ FIUDAV, DECEMBER C. 1872.
This unrivalled Medicine Is warranted not to
contain a singW' particle of Mi ;ui i ky, or any
Injurious mineral substance, but is
* ftl *£C:d,Y VIUdHT.tMJK.
For FORTY YFAKSithas proved its great
value, in all diseases of the Livr.it, Bowels and
Kidneys. Thousand* of the ,y;ood and great
iu all p u ts of the country vouch for ita wonder
ful and peculiar power in purifying the Blood.
slimulatinj; the torpid Liveu and Bowels, and
imparting new Life and to the whole svs*
tem. SI MMON'SMVEH REGULATOR is ac
knowledged to have no equal as a
It contains four medical eh-inenls, never uni
ted iu Luo same happy proportion m any ot her
preparation, viz: u tfcutle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable \lterative and a
certain Corrective of all impurities ol the body.
Such signal success has attended its use, that
it is now regarded ss the
<Ni-eaii I ufiiiliiitt Specific
for Livisii Comilaint and the puinlul olfspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION, Jaundioc.Billious attacks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colic, Depression of Spirits SOI K
STOMACH, Heart Bum, Are., Are.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
4'll I AAR I’UUS.
SIMMONS' iHVEU REGULATOR
Is manufactured by
•B. El. XDIIJA A CO.,
MACON, OA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Price $1 per package; sent by mail, postage paid,
$1.25. Prepared ready for use in bottles, $1.50.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
23^“Beware ol all Counterfeits and Imitations.
©wf de fTtlersT
I,,f rt ,.,E!n3na CT nSTOm
[;fvlHUlEt TO CURL r l c , . i5 d1 331 l
OR MUNCY RE-FUNDED
Sinn REWARD FOR A CASE
tics. Headache, Lumbago, Ague, Nervousness
or Kidney Affections aeeepted for treatment
ihnt I cannot cure. no id tf
CROP OF 1872.
('lover ami (ivass Needs.
HUNT, RANKIN A LAMAR,
116-156 82 and 81 Cherry Street.
The Great Democratic Journal,
’mi: wit void*.
WE E KEY N T EW S.
BEN J. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
A Mammoth Eight I’age Sheet, Fifty six
Columns of Beading Matter.
Contains all Uk item, foreign, dome, l ie, po
litical and general,with full and reliable nun , el.
reports. Each number also contain- v, 1.1
short stories, and a great variety of literary,
agricultural and selcntilic matter, etc , etc.,
constituting, it is confidently a--'-rted .the
most complete weekly newspaper m this
TERMS, 82 A YEAR.
Induci’inent* to Flubs:
Five copies, one year *
Ten copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the sender , 00
Twenty copies one year, and an extra
copy to sender —'
Fifty copies one year, and an extra copy __
fartin aadiwj chib* a* alcmc, tnn>J rt'“ 0
pec cent if the mcyni.y rncued by them, ev corn
Person# desiring to act as agents supplied
with specimen bundles. Speciipen copies sent
free to ny address. All letters should ou di
NEW FORK WEEKLY NKAd,
OOvIR-tf .Vex Tart C Vy Art Office.
WILL FIND IT TO Til Kill AD
VANTAGE TO CALI. ON US
BEFORE MAKING THEIR
WE HAVE IN STORE,
100.000 LBS. BACON OLE All R.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, all gmrttw.
500 ROLLS 2j*BAGGING.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWIN!’
JOHNSON ST 1 It.
Have, ail'! ;d'<' oll’i-rin t m\
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. VVIiISKII •
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSI.
100 BALES HAT.
1.000 BUSHEI.s roll N
Toj.l-1 lie) With : 1 1 11 11 -'!••- nl l
illl goods il; util line id’ 111
If long . ,p. lienee and a linn mvl; t. " l
edge of the business in nil 1 di ■ - '
branches are essential to the keephe that " hw ti
the public bus long heard "f but ", ,
A GOOD llO'l’lii..
the undersigned (latter tlienmehi t lint they
are fully competent to discharge He ir olden
tioiiri to tliclr (nitrons; but they m • not only
experienced hi hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
■ BEST AIMIAMiEI) AND AH > 1 ( dfi.l.Tf
LY AND EXTENSIVELY fl i. ilHII.I)
1 house throughout, in the State, vheh ii ■
led exactly where everybody would havi it -it
IMMEMATBI.Y IN FKOHT AND AIM ', ’ TO
TIIK I'ASSKNOmt DEPOT,
where travelers can enjoy the rrnu t uni h-t-a
liable to he left by the perplcxin v:. cm-.taut
departure of the trains.
To all these Important advent. i added
a TABLE that Is well supplied with tin he„t
und choicest dishes the city anil country can
afford: nor would they omit to mention that
tlie.ir servants, trained to the l,u ini , have
never been surpassed for politeie , and nHen
tion to guests.
for the truth of these statement-, we refer
the public to our patrons who r' de. In every
State in the Union.
E. E. BI4OWN & BON, Proprietors.
Macon, (la,, April 15, 1872. 7 101
| DAVIS SMITH,
I (SucccMor to the late firm of Bmltli, Wo leott.
, & Cos., and of Bmlth, <V <•> )
MAN(7EA CTU HER AND DBAI.t'.U IN
SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leather of all kind#,
Children’s Can iages,
HUBBUB, C4IN BANDS, ETC,,
Together with every article usually kept In a
Ms, cbemt wrr., macoy, a
FO riD' FALL \M) WINTER TRADE
:5 j • W'T< >TN r BA r rK ,
i pf, <Y*\l Door lo I,awfoii A Williiikluiin,)
1 UK }ii uied i< 1; ni di the trude with
i KOV IWIO.YH, r nnuo> sc iiui:n, hag
CdB.YCd, I'lhJS, BVl'C.’#*
>:i :* ii at any house in (it Wc will keep constantly on hand, BACON;
i. A Rl' OA i iIA Y, SCO AR, COFFEE BAGGING and Tl/Kri, and a general assort*
,-ut . kept in u Urst Hit -i Grocery House. Giveusacall. Wo are running
lUGLI' rronilYG jails*,*, and
:V1 Hr, , , .<> our “CHOICE,” “EXTRA,” “FAMILY” Floura. They will be
aid adapted to the trade., and \vu ifiiaranteu every barrel to give satisfaction. Our
i ices a: a ? ih->. eof the sanD* grade.* ‘•'.pi bo bought in the South.
COKN , .I : l and unboiled, nhv n mi liniul, of our own make and of the beat
I tin tit v. 120-188
• +**m+**+ ■ i rju , n, , w,
sx J. 11. BANDY & CO.
- "c TIV IVDNIIDKT IRO.\ ROOFING,
-I ■ **>
n (: < <!s ' I \ A,D ii.VI.VANIKEI) IKON CORNICES
c;r.'7* —■ ' \ lt Uorl lattice and satUfactlon
\ g 1 I I guaranteed.
\. j) \ j IVi, SO . liinl Htn‘i‘l, Dm.
\ | : hi .r itteiitl.'ii given tu Guttering put up
\ \ with
\ ' OJD RUFF’S
\ l-A'l’il.vr EAVE FAHTENINCW.
a Swid ere gear
, M E l r-Vt i IVKW.
11l r-’M AL-- Q“HEii mil POWER
r IS NO HI IBITi!!
:i ~, , . ~t t Ciwrli.r King I'ii-t of Iron and nil
Ii ;1 > -I-,, |: • -| • I'Fi; CFNT. I.KiM’l K,K TRAN ANY
1 ■ .. t |; j s ' g
, |, ,i :i ! i; M aK'■ Imt It will not >!o tlie work
Hi ir i■ ,i , ..,v I*. ikn
T-M IRON IYOKKH,
l, | Cui Himuii House, Macon (JeorgU.
k 3 Cotton Avenue,
is t o place where all the differ- .
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
r. % E. F. TAYX-OR,
. Colton Avenue ami Cherry Street,
DEALERS IN ■ '
nm tilts, ics,
! \V!MI' SI! '
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
e Hid Plain Wood Coliins and Caskets.
ji , romptly attended to- . 11
m.o NT. ItAAC HAKDEMAM.
,11.417 T<X '1 IBWEMAN.
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