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WHITAKER 8c WATKINS,
A ttorneys at Law, Atlanta, Georgia. Office
in Markham's new building—second floor—front
rooms, comer of Whitehall anil Alalom t streets.
Jakkii Ikwix Whitakkk. K. P. Watkins.
July 4, 1%60-tf
J AS. H. NEAL. DANIEL PITTMAN.
NEAL 8c PITTMAN,
4 ttorney* at Law.—Office in Norcross’ build-
JA. ing, comer of Whitehall and Marietta Street—Up
Stairs—Atlanta, Ga. janTdtf
A. W. STONE,
4 ttorney at Law, Atlanta, Georgia. Office over
4».McNaught .Ormond A f
Nov. 1, 1359.
P. O. HARPER,
4 ttorney al Law, West Point, Ga.
Arml 13, 1855.
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#25 office o. Thomas A McDaniel, Justices of the Peace.
Dec. 15, iS59—<i*wtf
NEW LAW FIRM.
RUTHERFORD 8c HARRIS,
\f ACON, GA.—Will practice LAW in Bibb and
lfj. adjoining counties, and in the United States Court
at Savannah and Marietta. Also, in any county in the
State by Special Contract.
JOHN RCTIf ERFORD [inhDdlyJ CHARLES J. HARRIS.
MAKCCS A. DELL.
V. A. GA3KILI..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(IFE,FIRE,INLANO, MARINE ft SLAVE
Masonic Hall Building,
W ILL devote special attention to conveyancing, and
the prosecution and defense of suits in respect to
titles to real estate; aiso to the collection of claims—mak
ing prompt returns.
All other legal business entrusted to them will receive
In connection with tire law business, they have perma
nently eatablLshed a
CITY LAND OFFICE.
Particular and prompt attention will be given to buying,
selling and renting real estate in the city of Atlanta and
Office in Concert Hall building, opposite the Ga. R. R.
Bank Agency, Atla la, Ga. janTiUwly
N. N. BEALL,
4 ttoruey at Law, Dallas, Paulding Co., Georgia.
JA. Will attend promptly to all busines entrusted to his
care. Particular attention paid to the collection of debts.
March 28, 1859—wly
Georgia Railroad & Bank’g Co.
Aoousta to Atlanta 1T1 Milks, Fark $5 50
GEORGE YOXGK, Superintendent.
Morning Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta daily, at 9 45 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta at C 45 P. M.
Leave Augusta daily, at. 12 80 A. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at 9 45 A. M.
Night Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta daily, at. 8 40 P. M
Arrive at Augusta at. 5 53 A. M.
Leave Augusta at 2 30 P. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at. 11 45 P. M.
This road runs in connection with the Trains of the
South Carolina and the Savannah and Augusta Railroads,
at Augusta. August 9th, 1853.
Macon and Western Railroad.
Change of Schedule.
Macon to Atlanta, 102 Milks, Fark $4 50.
Alfred l. tyleii, superintendent.
JOHN A. SPKKK. DANIEL N. SPEER.
SPEER & SPEER,
4 ttorneya at Law, LaGrange, Georgia.
1A January IT, 1860—tf
Dr. D. C. O’KEEFE,
Office opposite Beach Sc Root’s,
Residence on Houston stree’, near Mr. Wilson’s Acade
my. Will be found at office until 9 o’clock at. nigt.
November S, 1859—daw
MACON, Georgia, April 4, 1860.
O N and after Tuesday, 4th inst., Trains will be run
Leave Macon at 12 00 night and 1 45 P. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at T 15 A. M. and T 15 P. M.
Leave Atlanta at 12 night and 2 15 P. M.
Arrive at Macon 7 15 A. M and T 45 P. M.
The night Trains will not run on Sundays.
The 12 o’clock night. Train from Atlanta connects with
the Central Railroad for Savannah, at 10 00 A. M., and
Southwestern, for Albany and Columbus, at 9 45 A. M.
The 2 15 P. M. Train connects with the Central Rail
Road at 10 00 P. M., and Southwestern Railroad at 11 50
pf" Through, Ticketa from Atlanta to Jew York
h y thia line . #21 00.
April 4th, I860... .dswtf.
Atlanta & West Point Railroad.
Atlanta to West Point ST Milks Fake #3 50
GEORGE G. ITULL, Superintendent.
Day Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta daily, at 10 15 A. M.
Arrive at West Point at 3 40 P. M.
Leave West Point daily, at 2 55 P. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at T 50 P. M.
Night Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta daily, at.. 0 30 A. M.
Arrive at West Point at 5 46 A. M.
Leave West Point daily, at 3 15 A. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at 7 59 A. M.
July 20th, 1S5S.
West’n & Atlantic (State) R. R.
Atlanta to Chattanooga 133 Milks Fare #5 00
JOHN W. LEWIS, Superintendent.
Morning Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta at 10 #0 A M.
Arrive at Chattanooga at 7 34 P. M.
Leave Chattanooga at 3 25 A. M.
Arrive at Atlanta at 11 »- "■ **-
Evening Passenger Train.
Leave Atlanta nightly, at S 15 P. M.
Arrive at Chattanooga at
Leave Chattanooga at " ~r **■ "*•
Arrive at Atlanta at - H A-
This Road connects each way with the Rome Branch
Railroad at Kingston, the East Tennessee ft Georgia Rai -
road at Dalton, and the Nashville A Chattanooga Rail
road at Chattanooga.
V. A. WILLIAMS,
DEALER IN AXI)
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
Peach-Tree St., Atlanta, Ga.,
of every description, on Peach-Tree Street, Cherokee
Block, invites the public to visit his Warehouse, where '
he has a large supply of Furniture, Moss and Hair
Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, Plates. 4c., always on hand.
The best workmen are employed in this establishment,
MR. CHARLES WANDECK,
a first-rate Upholster, and a tasteful Paperer of Rooms,
Is prepared to do all work of this description, in a style
not to be surpassed; also, he will hang
•with or without Drapery and SHADES, lav and cut CAR
PETS and OIL CLOTH, and lay MATTING. Paper
Hangings of every description for sale. Panel work.
Oak Degration, Frescoe, Ungil and Velvet. Work done
that will give satisfaction. April 3d dtf.
Floor Oil Cloths, various widtlis, Window Cornices va
rious widths and prices.
A S accidents will happen, even In the best regulated
families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery,
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without it. It. is always ready and up to the stick
ing point. There is no longer a necessity for limping
Chairs, splintered Veneers, headless Dolls and broken
Cradles. It is just the article for Cone, Shell and other
ornamental work so popular with ladies of refinement
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best Cabinet-makers’ Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary Mucilage, being vastly more
“USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.”
N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 25cts.
Wholesale Depot No. 45 Cedar St, N. Y.
HGNBY €. SPALDING & CO.,
BoxNo. 3,600, N; Y.
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing four, eight and
twelve dozens, a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card ac
companying each package.
|3?“A single bott le of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times its cost, annually, to every household.
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hardware
and Furniture Dealers, Grocera and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPALDING’S
PREPARED GLUE, when making out their list. It will
stand any climate.^
BEWARE OF MINERAL POISONS.
DR. J. BOVEE DODS’
Choice Wines, Liquors, &c.
PASS’S OLD STAND, MARIETTA STREET,
Atlanta,,; - - - - G-eorgia.
T HE undersigned having just received a very heavy
Stock of Choice Plantation and Family Groceries—
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, &c., takes this method of solic
iting the patronage of his friends and the public. His
stock was selected with care within the last six weeks, in
the Best Markets, on advantageous terms. It consists, in
part, of the following leading articles :
Bagging, Rope and Twine ;
Coffee—Maracabo, Java, Rio, Laguayra and Capd ;
Sugar—Brown, Lump, Crushed, Powdered and Loaf;
Syrup—Golden, Bee Hive, Extra Feltered New Orleans;
Molasses—Fermenting, Cuba, Muscovado ;
Salt—Liverpool and Rock in Sacks and Boxes.;
Soaps—Toilett, Hull’s Brown’s Transparent Chemical,
Teas—Black, Green, Young and old Hyson;
Cheese by wholesale and Retail;
Candles—Adamantine, Hydraulic and Sperm;
Yeast—Powders, Sup Carb Soda, Cream of Tartar;
Pepper, Mace, Ginger, Mustard, Cinamon, Allspice;
Nuts—English Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil, Pecan, Filbert
Dye Stuffs—Indigo, Madder, Copperas;
Starch and Corn Srarch ;
Crackers—Soda and Butter;
Fruits—Raisins and Currants ;
Snuff—Macaboy and Scotch ;
Liquors—Rum, Gin, Whiskey and Champaign;
Wines—Champaign, Madeira, Port and Malaga;
Wood and Willow Ware, Brooms, Ac.;
His entire Stock is offered at remarkably low prices, for
Cash. Country Produce of any kind, or on short time to
prompt and reliable customers.
A constant supply of Bacon and Lard will be kept on
hand ; also, freshly ground Flour, Meal and Grits.
A good supply of. Georgia pure Corn Whtekev. made,
near this city, and Warranted pure and of the best quality.
t=® p "All orders for any of the above will be filled
promptly and at short notice. S. T. BIGGERS
* PHfENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Branch Office, 62 Wall Street.
Ca*li Capital $200,000
with a large Surplus.
FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND INSURANCE.
P. Shaw, Sec'y. E. W. Crowell V. Pres. S Crowell, Pres.
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY,
414 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Fire, Marine and Inland Insurance.
Capital and Surplus $150,000
Chartered Capital $500,000
F. E. Shattcck, S. J. Randall, L. M. Thaykr,
Pres. & Treat. Vice Pres. Ass. Sec'y.
Lafayette fire insurance co., Brooklyn, n. y.
Branch Office, 14 Wall Street, Jew York.
--s Capital and Surplus, $200,000
^ 0O i J. B. Thompson, Jr., Sec'y. T. J. Burgkx, President.
© o —
-£ 30^ KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO., of the city
® 3 ! of New York.
“ f j Office, 106 Broadicay, Fete York.
- f Erastcs Lyman, Pres. Stephen C. Wheklkr, Sec’y.
' Hayden Coe, Medical Examiner, Atlanta, Georgia.
Capital and Accumulation $242,773,44
Risks taken on the lives of white persons from one
huhdred to ten thousand dollars. This Company has a
benefit or relief fund to relieve distressed parties, their
widows and orphans, who have been insured for life
with this Company for five consecutive years.
This is an advantage offered by no other Company in
this country, and it is applicable to such as meeting with
pecuniary or other misfortunes, are unable to pay their
annual premiums, and continue their policy.
IS?” Premiums can be paid quarterly, half yearly
or annually, and if for life and over #50,00 per annum,
seventy per cent only required to be paid in Cash.
On the lives of Negroes, in all kinds
of employment, and at reasonable rates,
-The public can rely upon the above being first class
Companies, and risks will be undertaken on as reasona
ble terms as any other good companies.
June 15-tf G. J. FOREACRE, Agent.
s —.— —
SILVEY 8l DOUGHERTY,
i ATTkolestale and Retail Dealers in Sta
ll pie and Fancy Dry Goods, Norcross Building,
junction of Whitehall! Peachtree, Decatur and Marietta
streets. Entrance to Dry Goods Department on Marietta
DR. W. L. CLEVELAND, AG’T.,
TJ urnlsltlng Goods, Hats, Caps, Sad*
X? dies, Bridles, Harness, Ac. Call and examine my
stock before purchasing. Norcross Building, Marietta st.
CUTTING 8l STONE,
TAealers in Staple Sc Fancy Dry Goods
between Taylor’s Drug Store and the Trout House,
CLARKE & LEWIS,
Tinporters Sc Dealers in Hardware,
A Cutlery, Iron A Steel. Castings, Boiler Plates, Rivets,
Bolts, Nutts, Ae., Peachtree street.
BRADY 8l SOLOMON,
Tmporter* and Dealers in Swedes Iron,
A Plow and Cast Steel, English and American Hard
ware, Gdns and Pistols, Carriage and Harness trimmings,
Leathers of all description, Belting, Rivets Ac. Agents
for Cooper’s Etowah Iron, Hoes A Desston’s Circular
Saws, and Dole’s Saw Gummer, Whitehall street.
VEAL 8l WOOD,
T\ealer* in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
A_r Silver and Plated Ware, Fine Cutlery, Spectacles;
Walking Cances, and Fancy Articles, Johnson’s Block,
HIGH, BUTLER & PETERS,
/Commission Merchants, for the pur*
Vri chase and sale of Tennessee Produce, Cotton, Gro
ceries, Ac., Corner of Forsyth street and W. A A. R. R.
HUBBARD 8l CHISOLM,
\Af nolesale Sc Retail Dealers in Fam-
v v ily and Plantation Groceries, Hollow Ware, Pocket
and Table Cutlery. Corner Decatur and Ivey Sts.
Or. O. S. PROPHITT’S
CELEBRATED LIVER MEDICINE
This Medicine is a safe and ceratin remedy for al
kinds of LITER DISEASES, and DISORDERS arising
from the inactivity of that organ. Chronic and Acute.
Inflammation of the Liver is cured by it immediately
DYSPEPSIA—SICK HEADACHE—SORENESS OF THE
STOMACH, LOSS OF APPETITE LOWNESS OF SPIRITS,
CHOLIC, COSTIVENESS, Ac, and may be used by all
ages and sexes, male and female, and at all periods. It
answers all the calls with ladies for Purgatives, and at
all times. It is taken in the form of a liquid much better
than the usual way of swallowing three or four bitter
pills every day, besides your general health and appear
ance is improved all the time.
My Liver Medicine is purely VEGETABLE, and is put
up in packages, and will be sent to any point in the
United States FREE OF POSTAGE for #2 a Package in
advance. Directions with a full account of its prepara
tion and use accompanying each package.
Prepared by O. S. PROPHITT only, Covington, Ga.
Sold by HUNNICUTT A TAYLOR, Atlanta, Ga.
Good for all kinds of Local Pains, and Neuralgic Pains
Pain in the Side, Breast, Back or Neck. Aiso good for
Coughs, Colds, Cholic, Diarrhse, Tooth-ache, Ear-ache,
Chills and Fever, Cold Feet, Weak Stomach, Ac,
In all cases where you want the immediate effect of the
Pain Killer, apply a towel wet with cold water over the
parts—nave it two or three double, and it will produce
burning immediately, and in any case where you want to
use a mustard plaster, just rub with the Pain Killer free-
ly, and then apply a towel wet with cold water over the
parts, and it _will produce all the effects that mustard
could, besides it leaves no soreness, and in case the pain
returns, you may apply it two or three times in the same
day, without affecting the skin, which you cannot do
with mustard nor any other revulsive, for they all affect
the skin, and leave soreness—hut the Pain Killer does
not, and may be used in all cases with perfect safety,
either internal or external, buy it and try it once, and
you will always keep it on hand afterwards.
Sold by HUNNICUTT A TAYLOR, Atlanta, Ga.
Prepared by 0. S. PROPHITT only, Covington, Ga.
July IS, 1S60 .wtc.
FIRE AND LIFE
T HE subscriber represents the following first clai
Companies, several of which are now the leadinj
Companies in the country—all having Cash Capita*
and a large surplus. Some of the above Companies d\
vide seventy-five per cen t, of the net earn ings with
CITIZEN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $324,36;
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus,. $304,95
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $1,458,000 2
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YOR
Capital and Surplus,.. $1,000,00'
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $575,0
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE C<
Capital and Surplus $184,00'
MARKET INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, .$300,000
HUMBOLDT INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $235,000
ARTIZAN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $190,000
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
This Company offers security and advantages unsur
passed by any Life Insurance Company in the country.
It accommodates the insurer in the payment of premi
ums, annually, half yearly, or quarterly. Premiums
on policies for life, if over #50 per annum, sixty per cent,
is only required. Annuities granted on the most liberal
All the above Companies court investigation into their
condition and system of doing business.
Office on Whitehall street, next door to T. R. Ripley’s,
opposite the “ Intelligencer ” office.
following in the Newni
Literary Companion, ot the 24tli:
A man came into this place a few days
since as an Auctioneer, accompanied by* a
woman whom he represented as his wife. I
believe be came directly from LaGrange
here, where he had beenstaying a few days.
He failed to register his name at Dougher
ty's Hotel, but sent out posters all around
town heading, “Ladies’ Auction,’’ in which
die proposed to sell all kinds Dry Goods and
Jewelry to the Ladies, but the hand-bill con
tained no name, it had been torn off.
The next day after he came, several La
dies visited his Auction, and we believe he
succeeded cither directly or indirectly in in
sulting nearly every one of them. I learn
that- the woman was whispering abolition
sentiments to some of the waiters at the Ho
tel, and that the man gave the darkies the
preference at the Auction.
On Friday last, he insulted a lady so rude
ly that she left the house weeping, and he
was perhaps knocked down by some one
standing by. He was egged out of town in
the evening, and the only regret of the citi-
izens, is that they didn't ride him on a rail.
His goods were consigned I think to Ma
con and lie passed on in that direction.—
They are doubtless abolitionists of the vilest
stamp. Let the press pass them round.
Just too Late.—We were amused a
short time since, at the discomfiture of a
procrastinating friend of ours. Hi9 services
as groomsman to algentleman who resides
about two hundred miles from this city, and
who was about to enter the matrimonial
state, had been solicited, and he had agreed
to be on hand—made the necessarv ar
rangements, and the day had arrived for
him to leave in order to be in time for the
ceremony, but as usual, upon arriving at the
depot the train had just left. He was cer
tainly the worst mortified man we ever
saw, and swearing it was his luck—that he
was always^wsf too late, he informed us that
aside from the mortification his absence
would cause his friend, he had perhaps ru
ined his own fortune, as there was to be
present at the wedding, a young lady worth
about $50,000, and lie haefno idea hut that
there would have been another wedding
shortly, if it had not been for this confoun
ded set back, caused by being just too late.
After quoting the following verse from
Wordsworth’s Poems, we left him to his
“Miss not the occasion ; by the forelock take
That subtile power—the never-halting time—
Lest a mere moments putting off should make
Mischance almost as a heavy as a crime.”
Carving in Wood.
T A4K SUBSCRIBER respectfully announces to
the citizens of Atlanta, that he is now fully prepared .
to execute in the best manner every description of CARV- j SfiWIlAK,
ING IN WOOD. He will also give particular attention
to the fitting up of Stores, with Shelves, Counters, Ac.,
after any plan; also, the Internal decoration of Public
Halls. Churches, Ac.
Old Furniture of good quality will be repaired at
short notice in the beat manner.
Marietta street, opposite Gas Works.
F or the cure of Incipient Consumption
Weak Lungs, Weak Stomachs, General Debility, Piles’
and all diseases requiring a Tonic, are unsurpassed. They
are made of a pure Sherry Wine, and aside from their
medicinal properties, they are a most wholesome and de
HIS BRANDY CATHARTIC,
Is a sure remedy for Costiveness, Liver Complaint and
Dyspepsia. They ase pleasant to the taste; sure in their
operation, and as a Cathartic, entirely, effectually and
positively supercede the use of Pills, so nauseous and
disagreeable to the taste.
His Imperial Gin Bitters,
Act on the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs, and
are a superior remedy for Drspesia, connected with Liver
Complaint in all its forms.
For Female Obstructions.
They are truly valuable, made of pure Holland Gin,
pleasant and agreeable to the taste, and may be well
termed a necessary
His Cathartic Syrup,
For Infants, Children and Delicate Females, is certainly
one of the most desirable and valuable Medicines in the
wotld. It is a perfect substitute for Calomel, acting on
the Liver, removing all obstruction in the Bowels, curing
Costiveness, Indigestion and Dyspesia. Although it is as
sure and effectual ia its operations as Calomel, yet it is
so delicious to the State, that children will cry for it, and
it is as gentle, innocent and harmless as the dews of
Heaven Thousands of mothers throughout the land
will bless the discoverer of this valuable Medicine.
649 stud 651 Broadway, NT. Y.
For sale by Hunnicutt A Taylor, Atlanta, Ga., Plumb
ALeitner, Augusta, Ga. and Druggists generally.
M. P. WINGFIELD,
GRAYDON, McCREERY & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Ac. Ac. Ae.
344, 346 and 348 Broadway,
Wm. Graydon, ) l Geo. H. Seeley
Y T. A. McCkkkry, <
[as. Graydon, ) | Wm. A. 8cott.
Hunnicutt <fe Taylor’s Corner, Peach Tree and
R H. HUMPHREY is now manufacturing
• this delightful Candy in large quantities, and will
be pleased to forward all orders addressed him. Having
established the business in this city eighteen months ago,
in which time he has forwarded to the principal cities and
towns in the South, it has never failed to please in any
instance. Therefore it is pronounced by the thousands
I that daily use it to be the richest, purest, most healthy
| and pleasant-tasted; also, the most efficacious in
! COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, IRRITATED
; now before the public. Merchants, Confectioners and
i Druggists visiting Atlanta will do well to call at Messrs.
LIFE AND FIRE
Southern Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Southern Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Charter Oak Life Ins’ce Co., Hartford, Capital. ..#300,000
Hartford Fire Insurance, do do 500,000
JEtna Insurance Co., do do 1000,000
Phoenix Insurance Co., do do 400,000
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co., do do 200,000
City Fire Insurance Co., do do 250,000
Merchants’Insurance Co., do do : 200,000
Girard Fire Insurance Co., Pluladel’a de 200,000
T HE subscriber represents the above Companies, all of
which he can assure the public are First Class Com
panies. The CAPITAL STOCK of the Stock Companies
is all paid in, besides each Company, including the Mu
tual Companies, has a large Surplus.
Office on Whitehall Street, in the Clothing Store of W.
Herring A Son. N. L. ANGIER, Insurance Agent.
A tlanta, Ga., July 14th, 1859 dly
F. A. WILLIAMS,
M anufacturer Sc Dealer in all kinds
of Furniture. Moss A Hair Mattresses, Looking
Glass, Plates Ac. Peachtree street.
D. M. YOUNG, AGENT,
W holesale and Retail Dealer In all
kinds of Furniture, Matrasses, Window Shades,
Looking-Glasses, Ac. Salesrooms in McXaught, Ormond
A Co’s Keystone Building, Whitehall street.
W. HERRING 8c SON,
M anufacturers and Dealers In Hen’s
A Boys’ Clothing, Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest, Tailors’ Trimming Ac. Iron
Front Store, Whitehall streei.
tolexale A Retail Dealer In Ready-
made Clothing. Atlanta Clothing Hall, Whitehall
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE!
IS SOUTHERN INSTITUTIONS.
The Augusta Insurance and Ranking
The Selma Insurance and Trust Com.
The Insurance Company of the Valley
of Virginia—Capital $300,000.
Our rates of Insurance are as favorable as those of
any safe institution of the same kind.
The lives of Negroes are also insured in the Augusta
All of the above are on a solid and permanent basts,
having accumulated large surplus on their capitals. Be
sides being SOUTHERN INSTITUTIONS, the premiums
remain at home.
Atlanta, May 25-tf S. B. BOBSOK ft CO., Ag’ts
FOUNDED 1652. CHARTERED 1854.
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CHARLES STREETS.
T HE largest, most elegantly furnished and popular
Commercial College in the United States. Designed
expressly for Young Men desiring to obtain a Thorough
Practical Business Education in the shortest possible
time and at the least expense.
A large and beautifully ornamented Circular, contain
ing upwards of SIX SQUARE FEET, with Specimen cf
Penmanship, and a large Engraving (the finest of the
,, —: ,, . , . , , „„„ , kind ever made in this country) representing the Interior
Hunnicutt A Taylors, where they «tn be furnished any View of the College, with Catalogue stating terms Ac.,
quantity ^desired. Price $8 per hundred. [febS-wly will be sent to every Young Man on application, Free of
T HE subscriber has taken charge of and fitted^RA
up this House for the accommodation of
Public; furniture nearly all new; solicits a share of SUL
patronage, and pledges to use his utmost endeavors to
eccommodate well all who call on blip, and will suffer ao
aasonable man to go away dissatisfied.
, „ , W. T. THCRMON.
Jan 15-1 j
Winship Iron works
ATLANTA, - -- -- -- -- - GEORGIA
I. & R. WINSHIP ft CO.
M ANUFACTURERS of Steam Engines and Boilers,
Circular Saw Mills, on the most approved plan,
Turning Lathes, Sugar Mills, Kettles, Mining Machinery,
Mill Work of all descriptions, new stylos of Iron Railing
for fences and Cemetery Lots, Bridge Castings and bolts,
Railroad work. Gin Gearing from 9 to 12 feet, latest im- j
proved Horae Powers, and all kinds of Iron and Brass ;
castings made to order at short notice.
Having experienced workmen, a large and well assort
ed stock nf new patterns, and our facilities being supe
rior to any foundry In the State. We feel confident of
giving entire satisfaction to those who may favor ns with
their orders, both in regard to prices and quality of our
work. fV Foundry and Machine Shop on Western ft
Atlantic Railroad. (March 16-wly]
Write immediately and you will receive the package
return mail. Address,
mhln E. K. LOSIER, Baltimore, Md.
PITTS 8l COOK,
D ealers In Lumber and. manufactu
rers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, Ac. Lumber Dressed,
Flooring and Ceiling tongued and grooved at the usual
They are also successors to Joseph Winship A Co. in
the Manufacture of Cotton Gins, and Threshing Ma
Shop near Winship’s Iron- Works, on the Wes-
ern A Atlantic Railroad.
We Keep constantly on hand a very Heavy
Old Gov’t Java do
N. O. Sugar,
A. B. & C. Sugar,
N. O. Syrup,
Stewart’s Extra No. IMackerel,
No. 1 Soap,
Eancy Candy, *
White-Hall Street -
- - - Atlanta.
T HIS House is now open for the reception of the tra
veiling public. An Omnibus will meet the day trains
and convey passengers to the House, free of charge.
|V The subscriber will still continue the practice of
March 3-d6m K. N. CALHOUN.
(opposite the passenger depot.)
T HOROUGHLY renovated and refurnished, and in the
▼ery centre of the citv.
Jan. 12—WM. O’HALLORAN Proprietor.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Of all Grades and Prices, &c.
To which we respectfully invite the attention of’elose
A. C. WYLY &C0.,
Ag*R JO, 1860—dly
FARMERS AND TRADERS.
T he Subscriber* keep constantly on hand in the
town of Monroe, Ga., a few
which they will sell verv low for cash or approved paper.
Apply to ' E. A. SMITH A CO.,
mh28-wly Monroe, Georgia.
66 TUT AXED COOLERS”—2, 3 and 4 gallon.
•Tf c — -
A Noble Girl.—Tae Ballymena (Ireland )
Observer, of the Fd of June, records the sto
ry of the doings of an Irish girl, whose pa
rents formerly resided in the neighborhood
of the town in which that journal is publish
ed, substantially as follows:
Her father, Wm. McCord, a shoemaker,
and tenant of a small farm near Ballymena,
died in circumstances of pecuniary embar
rassment some years ago. At the time of
his death, his labilities amounted to nearly
£40, and his family were left without a shil
ling for themselves, or any means for the
liquidation of these debts. Soon aftex* his
death, about the year 1853, his daughter,
Ann Jane McCord, then scarcely 20 years
of age, emigrated to America, /where she ob
tained employment as a domestic servant.—
Having from the outset determined to pay
every farthing of her dead father’s liabilities
she hoarded the small earnings of her indus
try with the utmost care, and, after six years
of incessant toil, her noble aspirations were
crowmed with success—her ardent desire
was accomplished, and the grand aim of all
her self-sacrificing exertions was fully achi
eved. On the 9tli of February last, she sent
a letter from 99 West Twenty-fourth street,
New York, remitting to Mr. James McCord,
of Castlegore, a bank order for the sum of
£40, to be distributed by that gentleman in
payment ot her father’s debts. The aggre
gate sum due was £34 3s 3d. In a post
script, she directed that one McHenry should
be paid 5s. over the amount of his debt, and
that the ballance of the remittance, £5 11s 9d
should be presented to her sister, Mrs. Mar
Gov. Johnson is in Savannah upon the
ivitation of the Douglas men of that city,
and will address the people to-night. The
Republican promises good behavior and
Governor Johnson is justly ranked among
the great men of his day—a man of whose
intellect and eminence in the estimation of
the whole country, eveiy Georgian must
feel a becoming pride; for this reason, and
because he is a Georgian, we have no hesi
tation in tendering him, in behalf of the
good people of Savannah, of all parties, a
cordial and friendly welcome to our city.
Hon. Robert McMillan.—Some month
or tw T o ago we proposed the name of the
above gentleman for Presidential Elector for
the 6th Congressional district. We now re
new the suggestion that he be selected as
the standard bearer of the democracy in the
present campaign. As a public debater he
has but few equals in the State, and no su
perior in the district. It is important that
men of ability be placed upon the electoral
ticket, so that the people may be thorough
ly informed on to the true issues before the
country. This done, w’e do not fear the re
What say our contemporaries of the Ban
ner and Herald to the nomination which we
suggest ?—Laicrencerille Hews.
We say yea—a more suitable man could
not be selected.—Southern Herald.
Another Recruit.—Forney of the Phil
adelphia Press, makes the important an
nouncement that Forrest, the actor, goes for
Douglas. Of course. He and Forney ought
to travel in the same boat. They are the
precious pair who tried to induce George
Roberts, a Boston editor, to get Jamison, the
actor, drunk, and extort from him a confes
sion of his criminal intimacy with Mrs. For
Another Douglas Flag Down.—The
Greensboro (Ala.) Beacon, has hauled down
the Douglas flag, and among its reasons Tor
so doing says that Douglas “ stands not the
slightest chance of getting the vote of Ala
Another Elector.—We are rejoiced to
announce to the Democratic party and to
eveiy free Southern statesman, this morn
ing, that D. McN. McKAY, Esq., one of the
sub-Electors upon the Bell and Everett tick
et in this district, has declared his determin
ation to support JOHN C. BRECKIN
RIDGE and Gen. JOS. LANE for President
and Yice-President! Mr. McKay says no
Southern man can do otherwise and per
form his duty to the “South and nation a
large.” So it will be with every true South
ern man, before the November elections.—
For sale by
CNAGHT, ORMOND ft CO.
A correspondent tells the New York
Journal of Commerce “to put Ohio 80,000
YOtes for Breckinridge,' 1