■i¥0 Rftfl /CON^E tt>!El RIX10 W.
mOVUIMA^OW DM K NT
,1? £TpU for oje^of W ** P '•'
tr, will be bindie| 01
Georg* 8. Thome t, A,
B. F. Abbott, \
*—i • 1 >
Oar |w > lira*.
W* b»r*, after afHi *r*hir ~*rl~r
Oonfed^rilt* Mala* of America.
I aft Oft IA V18,
Of - MIT' I j
on the engraver i f pr hud, ud hup* jt
rill plea** our rtadire^ ; _■qqgOTGO ]
Cilisena of Atlaot ml lireoogaieeoatherigk
ItMA^ A«*H t*mm
MOD Morwn. .
Georgia—Robert ToomtM, Howell Cobb, F. 8. Bar-
LonUiana—John Perkins, Jr., A. L. DeClouet, Chat
- # . ^ ~~7ZJ . Ml. Conrad, D. F. Kenner, U. 9- 8|*arrow, Henry Mar
ks stack of th4 ftfeto Road 8Jiop. T f r f ■*»»»; ^ _ . „ . J
fall manlu id t f lid brave U«c«4m«'
ho stands oat ia ti • fl (bljfroaod of tl»o fd*
re, to a typo of t • ; inodfsda °******
k ieh sustains the IAai4a»^a* r f/ # * < * r ^ i ^'
hu doiie ao moeb lo franor tho »a»o bf
anic in oar oo#fm$nity~ TEo Traln daib-
up, teeming of
familiar. On foe
the • troop into tl o
breast work of ft l
lion bale, and t
boy, all go to
ifal and chart*
ita orer tha arch
ith no hostile i
laima ‘ a good ti
tan beat in tba
f her heart, and l
;raoefully ia only it
aco of rivalry tha
other tail than
•ivaf, are all lito !1k«
Met) barytat—the fol
io depend cue*, tba
urlu,, fruit* of odr
e, 'with Ibe failhftl
up* picture itouc
bwour tutelary ipirit,
um to the Gate, City,
..r, 8b. uowpffc
an dart aha holds so
M. Keitt, Jaincr tfhaaant, Jr., V. G. MeumioKer, W.
Porchtr Milas, Thoinaa J. Withers, W. W. Boyce.
jJepartmento- fHepbemi, Conrad, Boyce,
Mr 1 m Aft*4re—%hett, Ntebet, Perkins, Walker,
Military JJitire— Bartow, Miles, Sparrow, Kenan,
la stimulate In tlio
doachea that would
cg of *11 good gefii •n eqr
ton duct, to prora to our raAdara that wa faffide
bead of our own ! |.
G. 5. Leater, Kaq , Reporter of tho Pupremo
ourt, ia in tha eitj ManY -W—H
Col. John C. Fremont tailed from ^ew York,
a tha Africa, for Liverpool, on tha 28th ulti-
MaJ. Alex. H. Bowman of the Corps of En-
ineara, United States Army, bos been appoint-
d inj^intendaift ht West Poi%t Military
Hop. Beverly Juhpqon ia aaripualy, ill at
MtwiwT . 'iiRfiui . INN
Major John P. Heiaa, formerly of Tenneasee,
ratarned to NtotTagia to' aeltle there p« r-
It to inderatood at WaahiJgton that General
will not return to Oregon to rea^da, but
in |o bwck ki a, old North 8e*U" Mid
the old roof-tree.
mmodovw^a^defMltiaBerUito^y ill in New
Hie complaint ia underatood to bo an
Feetion of tbe heart. ~
enry Addiaon wu, on Monday If at, elected
k ybr of Georgetown, D. C. V * 1
.y. I. 0. flarri|, of Tenneaaee, was in Lou-
fe ob tba 28tfi ultimo, on bi« why io Waah-
H. 8. Webb, diatingutohad for bta aerai-
tbo Mexican War, and brother to J.
Vfbbf if in New OrJeana, to ofTarjtbe
of AiJShalf and fuur sou* to tb* Suutb-
i. John Bwll *ud wife err In Weehlngtoa.
b to the CiurlBU.il Inquirer eye
kirgoow there t® exert bit iittdeuce to
.bout . eettlenieDt, and net Ibr 4k* pur-
Af iMepllBg * uhtuel pppeiotarMbt. - i
• eecond daughter of tfeaarttl Bdrney ha*
arried, |B Paria, tbaCMutda Nou^ an
Hardee, late of tb* United State* Army,
^b*d Irereou, late United BUtea S.B.-
8 O. "W. SunnataDt, Adjutant General
Carolina, Wo*. If L. Bonknaa, late
bar SfiCe^rna trow South Carolina, and
i*t ,f Mm. f ignite afJho
nkoal b year einee, ia nnnouneed in tba
ipnpeta. MVe Pag* ta not only pret-
t amid to b* tery elawer, and i> daetined
, a grant tuceeae.
nnod land, (lorernor General of Can
I family, arriead at lair Turk Ita tha
•r Africa from Li ear poor on Sunday, and
I an Monday laet for Caaadn
Cterkte tMkca, Supreme Court, I
Millbuoitilli, Marsh >, 1MI. j
Xatai s'Jbfn—Cud rad, Cheanut, Smith, Wrlgl.ta,
FinanceToorub*. Barnwell, Kenner, Barry, McRae.
< ownirree—McWWrtlnirwr, Cnwfonl, UeMuuet, Mor*
, Wither*, Hale, Oobb, Harris
I\+tal Clillton, Boyce, Hill, Harrison, Curry.
/‘aUnto—Brooke, WUeou, Lewie, Hill, Kenner.
TtrriUtrit*—Cheanut, Campbell, Marshall, Nishrf,
ISibUc Lund*—Marshall, Harris, Pearo
Indian Afdtr*— Morton, Hale,Sparrow, Lewis.Keltl.
Printing—Cobb, Harris, Miles, Chilton, Perkins.
Account*—Owens, Crahtord, Campbell, DeClouet,
^MWpfoeswiwh-Wxmer, Wltoott, Ken*n,‘Melf*e,B*r-
Aq Aot to raise MoUey.for the 8upport of tha
Go?ernoient, and to Provide for tbe Defence
of the Confederal# fttaioa of America.
8kC. I. the Congreas of tho Confederate Stales
do enact. That (Jt« Present oftheConf«der#i
Head, proniiee, <ky indw^Ktent and 4m . b *‘ 8< ‘ ‘‘C* h9, « b 7 * u J hort .” d ' M fft
_n . a a.‘ ik.l bad. Aim#
AtLanra, Marob 4, 1MI.
W tfudnaaa do jag tn.d«y In Produo*. Aa
natal, demand eaoead* anpplyi freight* ar*
upmlng dawn rapidly, but Iks real amount
•klppodjWwrt 0»“A« dotey in getting wkolo
•pipmanla tnrougk. No alteration to u,eke
uppn lb* quotatidua- of Saturday ia Baoon,
4 W*iear, foommon) advanoed in ooocoqueuoa
. Suuaxt eold to-day at j cent above Satur-
dpy'a work. Wa quete Nww Orlaane at 1 to 8j.
Corraa. aupply good at proeeot with lair de
mand. Rio la oommAnding 14J(^14 and con-
•litutea prinoipal enla*.
Tta.oooaod Cio.k, are in moderate demand.
No standard lo < |" rJ t
Coaw, good white selling to-day at tt4^yll5c.;
RAILROAD RECEIPTS, March 4.
The following arf the receipts of leading ar.
tides per Western k Atlantic Railroad to day
at the Atlaota Agency:
Bacoo, 58 hhds, and 12 Boxes;
Corn, 1.978 sack*;
Flour, 40s barrels, and 150 steke \
Hay, 62 bales;
Meal, 35 aaqjce;
Gate, 40 seeks ;
Large amount of freight received at Chatta
nooga—so average of If# cars per day are
■hipped from that point to this. Every exer
tion is being male at Nashville to forward
Now York Exchange in good demand ; Bro
ker* rate 3$ to 4 per cent, premium. Balti
more Exchange, 2# per cent, premium. No
Vfeetern on hand.
Good Tenneasee and Kentucky Banks are
r#ceifed at par.
Lol-uvills, March !.—Yeeterday was an ex
ceedingly dull dey in money matters, nothing
having been done to indicate a change of any
kind. Exchange is dfll at i f> oent. premium
for Eastern andKjgj premium for N. Orleans.
Of no mu ayi, February 2*.—Rates of Exchange
steady at 1 premium for Eastern, and f for N.
Orleans. Money market easy—Illinois, Mis
souri, and Wisconsin ourrenry has declined to
3 qfl sent, discount with a heavy market.
wlibla twilv# snontht after the passage
of this Aot, fo borrow, on the oredlt of the
Confederate States, a turn not exceeding |f-
teen millit n* of dollars, or so mu oh thereof as
in hi* opinion Ah*oxigeweina of the public ser
vice may reqaire, to be applied to the payment
of appropriations made by law for the support
Of the Government and for the defences of tbe
Confederate Stales. . -
See. 2. rThe Secretary of the Treasury is
hereby Riiiberlsed by the consent of the Pres*
ident of the Confederate Slates to cauie to be
prepared certificates of stoek or bonds, in such
seas an are hareiaafter mentioaed, for the
amount to be borrowed as aforesaid, to be
signed by tbe Register of tbe Treasury, and
• * M»t fid <4 Treoauiy ? and the
* o#k or bonds shall be made
ratio* of |en yearn from
her next; and thi in-
ercst thereon sTidlf be paid semi annually, at
the rate of eight per cent, per annum at the
Trehsury and sash other place at the Secreta
ry of tbe Treasury may designate. And to
-the-bonds which ehall be issued, as aforesaid
shall be attached coupon* for tha semi annu
al interest which shall accrue, which oou-
Ma# JtUre Clreett.
Jewstn fircelt. t’HAfi. W. Dt B08E, m.
amounts as may be del ei
I.rjrwf Ik. Treaaur/, uni b* aaaigm
is hereby pledged for the diie payment of the
principal and interest of the said stock and
Sec. 8. At ibe expiration of five years, from
the Are# dey of September next, the Confede
rate States may pay up any portion of the
bends or stock*, upon giving three months
prtoiou* public notice, at the seat of govern
ment, ef the particular sto«-‘-s or bonds to be
paid, and ibe lime and pltt f payment; and
frotrood after the time so appointed, no fur
tbcf inlereet tbaM be pah! on said stoek or
e* of stock and bonds
such form and for cash
amounts as may be determined by the Secre-
leap sum than fifty dollar#; and he shall report
(oCohgiWM at tfa next session, a stalemeol in
detail of bis proceedings, and the rate at which
the loans may have been mode, and all ex
penses extending the same.
Sec. 6. From and after the fllrht day of Au
gust, 1801, there shall be Jcvied, o^llected
and paid, aAuly of one eighth of ona oent per
pound, on all ootton in the raw state exported
from the Confederate States, wbioh duty ia
hereby specially pledged to tha!due payment
of interest and principal of the lean provided
for i* ibis Aot. and the Secretary of the Tree-
tury is hereby authorised and required to es
tabllsh a sinking fund to carry into effeot the
provisions of thisceOtlon : Provided, however,
That the Interest coupons, issued under the
second section of this Aor, when dae, shall be
receivable in tbe payment si the export duty
on cotton. Provided, alto, That' when tbe
debt and int#re*l herein authorised to be con
tracted shaft t>e extinguished, or the sinking
ftmd provided for that purpose shall be ade
quate to that end, the said export duty shall
eaase and determine.
Adopted, Feb. 27, 18G1.
We are authorised and requested to announce
'A**. M iftMWp *■* oi.l7,a*~n..«wi<ii*te
/or Coteoql, 4o .ornntaud tk, —- iiajiuiaat,
Georgia Militia, at the election to be held at
the aev*ro)-£recinets in this county, oa the 9th
day of March next
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF MAILS, 1c
GEORGIA BANK-NOTE LIST.
Auou*ta Tneurance J Banking Company, Auanuta
W. MrW*AaUgnac, Ftm U. Walton, Cash.
Bank of Auguuta, Aofusta.
John Bones, Prea...... J. W. Davies, Cash.
Genuine fis with counterfeit signatures are in circula
tion—better refuse all.
10a, female reclining, man with sleeve* rolled up.
10s, tIk. Mer.ury and sailor on sea-shore; uni. gen.
10s, vig. wagon and team; unlike the genuine.
2>»b, on left end portrait of Washington; genuine has
a portrait of Jackson; 20 on the lower corners, the
genuine has XX.
Monk if Aiken*, Athens.
Stevens Thomas, Pres A. P. Rearing, Cash,
of CoIuimIhi*. Columbus.
. I*. Adams, t’-asli.
!to raised front*.
Bank' of Commerce, Savannah.
0. B. Lamar, Pres J. C. Ferrill, Cash.
Bank of Kniptf* State, Rome.
A. K. Smith, Pres John McBryde, Cash.
Bank of folion* Atlanta.
K. W. Holand, Prea-. -.
fie altered from Is: vlg.
Beware of 10a and 20s genuine bills, with counterfeit
signatures, llaak robbed of unsigned bills.
Bank of Middle Georgia, Macon.
Isaac Boott, Pres A. II. Powell, Cash.
Bank of Bar a nook, fiarsnnoh.
Lewis P. Harris, Prs* W. B. Tinsley. Cash.
5a altered from la; vig. a steamship, a female on the
left end, bust of a female on the right.
10s, vig. female atari ding; “ Bank of Savannah” In
black type; X on the right end : mkn on the left end.
Bank of Um Stale of Georgia, Savannah.
5#a, vlf- female sitting, holding figure fiO; three oval
dies on the fight end,%ith “Georgia” across them, nrvv
across left end ; imitation ef old plate.
50s, vtf. female holding * rudder in her right band, at
her feet shear of wheat and scythe; locomotive croaa-
iag a bridge in the distance; unlike genuine.
ICO*, have a steamer on left end with 100 ever and
under it-; small 100a around the whole margin; 84 State
Bank of Georgia** oa the back In red Ink ; unlike the
100s, not like genelne; wig. female seated beside a
bridge, sheaf of grain, waterfall, and small horse drink
ing ; locomotive to the distance.
Central Railroad 6 Banking Company, Savannah.
R. R. Ouyler, Prea G. A. Cuyler, Cash.
City Bank of Anoueta, Augusta.
A. Gould, Pres W. J. Bams, Cash.
Farmeref dt Mechanic»' Sank, Savannah.
J. Richardson, Pres..... J. B. Gaudry, Cath.
0**rgitt Railroad dt Banking Company, Augusta.
John P. King, Prea. J. Milligan, Cash.
50a, vij. three faces, tbe middle one Is Indistinct—
la Orange £aOJ-,LaG range.
Thomas Burch»Btoss....4 t W. H. Taller, Cash.
Marine Maul of Georgia, Savannah.
[Xermerly Marine A Fire Insurance Bank.]
Ohariee *. Mills, Pres Wm. P. Hunter, Cash.
50s, vl«- beehive* male heed and two SOs an right end,
saaae on left end* food Imitation of old plate.
Mechanic*' Bank, Augusta.
Thomas 8. Mhtcolf, Pres Mile Hatch, Cash.
MFeAanic*' Sittinge Bank, Savannah.
(See Parmere* an# Mechanics' Bank.)
Merchant*’ «f Planter*' Sunk, Savannah.
H. Roberta, Prea A. Barrie, Caah.
North- Weetem Bank, Ringgold.
W. 11. Inman, Prea .A. B. Cowan, Coat).
rt<inter*’ Bank-of Ike State qf Georgia, Savannah.
G. W. Anderson, Pres... 1 .; H. W. Mercer,Cash.
Timber Cutter*' Bank, Savannah.
0. Upping, Pres. J. & nnttoo* Caah.
Union Bank, Augusta.
[Formerly Bank of Brunswick.]
Bdward Thomas, Pres ... John Craig, Cash.
Hroken and Ctaeed Banka*
Atlanta Bank* Atlanta. Closed.
Bank of Grttneaboro', Greenrsboro’ ..Broke.
Cherokee Innitronc* A B'klng Co., Dalton ..Broke.
Commercial A ink of Brunewick, Brunswick. .Closed.
“ " Griffin. Broke.
5U * c. die
•aya ih* Naw Haavau Ragiatar, oauaod by Ik*
appawrana# at a jaua* m*. wrqta
tool* aw4 mariig tba imeptapa at b pawotaa
" WM* Awaka," of tha Oatakar kraad. 0*
lb* bark of bit ail-akia oapa, la lafjM let-
lara war* ika worda—"A WIDE AWAKE,
loocuo »oa wola." A gentleman tcaoafed
kirn, noil naked what ka maant by pareiling
lb* alraaia la lbat uafaabioubla auira t Ha
rapited, •! it ia lb* baat auit of aim baa I ban
aac-auU a ilaaMoaat, Baiaad Dabaoak,
Waatatlte, baa (lata >* tba aaljr work i bar*
bad alne* Linaola’a atettiaa. Ha teak pity oa
id*, girea me my board, ami pay* me a dollar
a day lo tnnroli about iJta streets, wbiob I pre
fer to do rather than be idle.** The gentla-
tleman banded him a dollar, to walk Chapel
street next Mooday.Tor him. We presume
the frenter part of them would like to beam
ployed, at similar rales. Another gentleman,
we understand, took tha young man into Far
deo’e rooms and aeaured hie photograph.
DkatiI'Bxd Confusion or a Mirdbrer.—
A short time einoe a white man named High
laud Whittaker, or Whhlook, was arrested oo
the charge of Ike larceny of thirty dollars,
lie woe convicted of I he offense in the Court
of Quarter Seewions, but his sentence was
withheld in oonsequeoee of hia having been
attacked with smell-pox wbila in prison. He
was removed (o the almshouse, where be died
on Friday. Before he expired he made an
affidavit, stating chat about a month since he
wished to borrow half a dollar frem a oolored
man, at Cbeetertown, Md. The men re
fused to lead it, and Whittaker struok him
in the head with a hammer nod killed him.—
He threw the body overboard. The authori
ties of Maryland will be notified of the facts.
Honor to Crittruden.—No greater honor
oould be paid to this eminent patriot than
that oonveyed by the voice of the Legislature
of Kentueky, requeuing Senator Crittenden
to remain at Washington after his Senatorial
term will have expired, and give tbe benefit of
Lie wise and elevating counsel to those who
desire the reconsolidatioo of tbe country ; or
to visit suoh Slatee as might need or be bene
filed by his earnest appeals.
This mark of confidence and trust on the
pert of Kentucky ie approved by every true
oitisen. More ! it ie grateful to every man of
impariial au i upright feeling io see so disin
terested a public servant as Senator Crilten
den implored to take a general Commission of
Peace for tbe honor and hope of tbe entire
DE KALR SHERIFF'S SALE.
O K the first Tuesday In April next, within the usual
hours of saje, will be sold, to the highest bidder, be
fore the Court-House door, In Decntur, DeKalb county,
tbe following property, to wit: Two Acres of Land,
more or less, In the town of Stone Mountain—number
no* known—bounded on the West by Lawrenceville
•treet, and on the South by J. W. Scrlggs* lot—levied on
as the property of D. Lee, to satisfy three Justice Court
fl fos in favor of the officers of the Court vs. D. A W.
U. Lee, and D. A G. W. Lee, and J. M. Lee A C’o. Levy
made and returned to me by Hnillff.
Alarm 1, 1861. OLIVER WINNING HAM,
Georgia, Milton County.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all the kin
dred and creditors concerned to be aud appear
office wiUiin the time prescribed by law, te show cause,
If any they can, why said Let ers should not be grant-
under my hand, at office, this 28th day of
— 1 O. P. SHELTON, Ordinary.
Georgia, Milton Comity*
W HKREA8, James Spence and Samuel V. Spence have
applied to me for Letters of Administration on the
estate of 8*rab Spence, late of sold county, deceased :
These are, thertfore, to cite and admonish aU ihs kin
dred and creditors concerned to be and appear at my
office within the time prescribed by law, to show ci
If auy they can, why said Letters should not be gi-...
ei!. Given under my hand, at office, this 2d day of
March, 1801. n»4 O. P. SHELTON, Ordinary.
1 ,WO months after date, application will be made to
the Honorable tbe Court of Ordinary of Fulton
county for leave to sell a certain lot of lam
the 4th District of, originally Uenry.
Cloths, Cassimeres, &c.,
) be gee#—oil
Bank of Whitfield, Dolton.
This Bank U not current here.
rtutkem Bank of Georgia,
Thnber Gutterd Bank, Sava
Refuse all Georgia T *
ptlog appended and.,
unterfshi apos these Banks.
BY GEORGIA RAILROAD.
dally. aL 11,46 P.M., and 9.00 A.XL
ee, dally, at ... .&00 A.M., and 6.00 P.M.
JUT WBBTBRN A ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
1.AA P M.
. luipw. Japaa, latter ai Karen,,
k up that a town aoma aixty mile* dia-
I .wallowed ky u awtfcquaka tha pre
and tea Ikiawwl liwea war* bet.*
t Lir.rpool Time,, of the Vth ultimo,
“ l. nakatwrltera bar* and alaawlwra
" 1 premium ou* par aaat. an #r-
bam, parte of Hi* United State*,
rar the war rlak and other run.
I *f tb* WMabaaiaa wkaw.ra die.
ffk»y .Yard at Go.part, ar*
iilkdlktro Coofederecy in a few
is. L. Houston, a yu*tb about xmdan
11,4 te%aji< In bntlnaaa ia Taite*u.
14 teoad dead la hta room o$
*t krtl,#iaap*tel a dkWo.
r kU kariny inkuladtoo a>udk ot
itelflteteMUtW OS*, in Smith’. Duildiaw. VhiteMatim
Cluaaa. d.Uf, * 00 A,It
AY ATLANTA A WMTPOIN’T HAII.ROAD.
■Due, a»ny,»t.;. .ij»P,i
Clo.e^d^ir, At... : ;..p.aw.»t.
nr MACON A WEbTKKN RAILROAD.
Dee, tell* te. v ... .jT.fll P.M
Closes, dally, at 1 LOO A.M.
Call I fbrther auMcw, the Office will he kegt ogen for
the delivery of mall-siauar, detly (Bwndeys ex cep tart J
from tB.lf. Sffil I o’cUck, PM, end from hutf-port 2 till j
• e'eVeaW, F.M.
,On Sundays the Office Fill he opetl fl o«8 A.|f. till 9%
o’ejedt, a Jif., and from#* till $X o**
* t- C. BOWAR1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Bulldiow. WhltetawB atiwaL
Jalllf Baa. r.Hataor*
S B. OAVMAM, proprietor, end dealer is
• lieline, A nerve an end Egyptian Mor Me,
Mestaists, Tmnhe, To fade to. Heed and Foot
fttoooo. Urea, Vooos, Marble oed Enameled
Biale MwnSofo, BUAaory Flgwreo, and Fwtmtoh-
twg Mar Mo at aH daerripieooa.
Always oa Bead a fine aassiliasni of Moaa-
aseffite, hoU Pletos Rod Garvod, ef ell sisae, aud
prteea te talk
Call eed sea specimano, a# Were Booms end
T^HE CEEN8HAW. WOOLEN COMPANY
A- having entire aonfidence that tha su|>«ri-
oritv of their Goads will he appreciated, and
wisbiog them to go into immediate use end
con stun ptioo, will sell at Aoctioa, in ooe of the
Naw Btorsa under the Bpotswood Hotel,
Wednesday, 13th day of March, 1861. ell tha
Goods of their manofaeture, which msy then
be on hand, constating of about 30,000 yards of
ftiegla and DnuMedrMfHad Plata and Forney
Cloths, Oaseimeres, Doe Bkioa, #e , Ac., of about
100 different styles and patterns. Samples of
most of these Goodi can be seen at our office
auy tiffio previoee to the day of sele| and wa
trust, as this enterprise seem# to iaarit success,
that the oala Will he attended hy tbe trade of
the far South, aa wall ea in Virginia.
Tkrmsi Under $100,cash; from $100 to $500,
4 months) am# on »U sums over $500,6months
credit, for approved negotiable paper, with an
allowance of ona per eeat per month discount
for cash. CRENSHAW A CO., Afto.,
Crenshaw Woolen Company,
Will be added to tbe above saJa, at the some
time and place, a large lot of Domes tie Cot
tons, coneMlifig of varioas qualities of Brown
Sheeting, Bhirtiag and Osnabnrgs, manufac
tured by our Factorial in Petersburg.
LYNCH A CALLENDER, AgU .
nsl-3t EtUiok’s A Mattoax Companies.
THU MaeonTelegraph Lineisnowtborongh-
A >y repaired and ready lor businasa. The
causes of delay ia tta transmission of ftontii-
em Messages is thus removed. Offioe next
door to Adams Kxprew Office, Alabama street
T. CAMPBELL, Manager Atlanta Office.
March 2. 1861. dlw
ean xtaanaa. jjaa w. lurb.
KIRKMAN & LUKE,
No. 170, 8vaa4 Street,
ST, toon, MtSSWMl.
Refer te Jaw* KtakWaw, /ilia Wood*. W
Q.ea.riBLD, Neebrille, T*db. jao •—4e*
FOR BALK AT CURT,
tllkawoftwk la ASUata Fbaalx Loan
A BqtUlaf iaMoialiop. Apply a( thia ot-
lul 11, ported fteai Fraure.
in this city
nar of Alabama street. feb28-5t
aria, respectfully inform
Ladies and Gentlemen of Atlanta, W
that they have recently arrived in this city
with a splendid collection of Ti
G. R. & J. L. HAMILTON,
T vrf" A " D— *•TT R
MaaafkcUrare af aaA Wl
seers, sroes amb sbmusi
Al*o keep eoafUaUy »a kud Oak m4 Barn-
look SaM-Leajhtr, rr«B4k Calf Bkln*. Wain*
and Bfndiaf Skla*. Shoe Paw* aad I ho* Pis/
h>|»-»« the Mi« of the Bfy laet,
#. MIKe ,,r £»
AND DEALERS IN
l FANCY AND TOILET
TIL UNI NG FLUID,
SURGICAL A DENTAL
FINKFRIfNCH AND CATAWBA flRANDlES,
BIKER «JARVIS’ ISLAM) (UHO,
FOR SALK BY
FRANCIS R. SHACKELFORD,
Agent ior Atlanta.
I Leather MU
FRENCH CALF SKINS.
A LARGE LOT, just received direct f’-om
the Importers, and r or sale by the dozen
or single skin, at low prices, by
DIMICK, WIL80N A CO.,
oetl Pooch-Tree Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
100 Half barrels No. 8 Mackerel;
50 Half-barrels No. 3 Mackerel;
60 kite No. 8 Maekerel;
10 bhls No. 1 Mackerel;
10 Half-barrels No. 1 Mackerel;
20 kite No. 1 Mackerel ;
1,000 lbs Cod Fish;
250 lbs Pollock;
50 boxes of best Herring.
All for sale, low, by
junel4 CENTER A TREADWELL.
State of Georgia, Fulton County.
t WO months afterdate application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary of said county for leave to sell
the Real Estate of John G. Hoyt, late of said county,
McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO.
M Dial Ic k,
- Wllaata 4k Co.,
on mos-tau nuiT.
A l.rge let of BOOT* aad
SHOES, Ju*t received from
tb* maaatMtery, tad will be
, .. eold »t prieee aapreoedeated
Ik thi* market
Lodiee’ Patent Pexed Lac* Heel Oaiten, at
SI tta pat,.
Imdteo’ Sewed Morocco Lac* Heel Boote, al
$11* a pair.
Men’*, Bay*, Miter* and CbUdren’e Boot* and
She**, praportieoably oheap, aad warranted.
Gael*’ French Cali W.ter-rroof and Pump
Boot*—new ttylea—ju*t recelred, end will b*
•old te price* lower than ur Hou*e ia tlii*
city wifi sell aa rood * Boot.
6,OH lb* Hemlock Sole Leather, Jast receiv
ed tad lor ,teo te Charleetea prieee, or lower
thin orer before eold in thi* market.
M dowen Preach rad American Otef Sklne,
of variooe brand*, thi* day reoeiTwd, rad will
be aold at a oo male* Ion *• New Yerk price*.
Lute, Bool* Tree*. Pegs, Lining, Binding rad
Morocco Skin*, Finding*, he., proportionately
Thoae wanting Good Boot., Shorn, or Luther
at low prieee, will Snd it to their internet to
glee u* a call before parchuing.
DIMICK, WILSON h CO.,
decll Sign of the Big BooL
3 1V Af I LBS. but quality of Good Hem
,UUU lock Bole Luther;
3,000 lb* but quality Good Damage
1,000 Ibe beet quality Good Oak Sole
Leather—airjuet received and
or ule, at low price., te Wholesale *r Be
tell, by DlMIOK, WILSON h CO.,
oetl Paaeh-Tru Strut, Atlanta, Georgia.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Millinery and Fancy
<3-0 O IDS,
Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers, But
Dresses, Embroideries, Lteeo,
Blonbts, Rutl)ts, fltrfumtr^,
CONNELLY’S IRON FRONT BUILDINO
WILLIAMS & MCLEAN,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE!
Moss and Hair Mattresses!
LOOKING-GLASS PLATES, &C.,
PEACH-TREE STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
—SOLE AGENTS FOR—
Admitted lo be the Best in use.
COMPETITION WITH CHARLESTON,
—AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, IN—
Chins, d'llass, Silver, iflatrd and grilfania
WARE AND CROCKERY;
A LARGE lot of CUT and PRESSED GLASS; WHITE, GILT, aod DECORATED CR’
NA. TEA. DINNER, and TOILET SETS, at any uric* ; SILVER-PLATED TEA BEU
CASTORS, CAKE-BASKETS, FRUIT-STANDS, CUPS, GOBLETS, 81'OONS, FORKS,**. *.
KEROSENE LAMP8, CANDLE8TICKS, WAITERS, TABLE MATTS, CHINA VASES, di
A lot of FINE TABLE CUTLERY. A large and complete stock of
WHITE GRANITE A COMMON OROOKSRY.
to which wa iarite the ettenUon of COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
We import our goods from Europe and buy of the best American Manufacturers, snd will
sell for tbe smallest possible profits Tor CASH.
COLE & WYLIE,
mug21 Whitehall Street, nearly Opposite Beach A Koot'a, Atlanta, Georgia.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
T HANKFUL for the past patronaga of my numerous friends and customers, and hoping
a continuance of tha sama, I again take pleasure in informing them tbnt 1 have now in
LAK0S8I AID BEST ASSORTED
, V STOCK
Wear before offend ia AU.ata, aad Ate. of
and am in almost daily receipt of New and Varied Styles of all kinds ef Furniture from tk
weir kp*#t> Victorytof*. •) J r JXO )
.HffllH « NBe GRMLVf
of which F. W. FLYNN, formerly oC tbe Movelty Worke. Columbus* Georgia, is Foavasn, wkl k
is a sufficient guarantee that al! the work from tha ABOVX FACTORY is geed il. tbe mist
ALL WORK WARRANTED GOOD
Prieee from lb to » per weak lower the* say other Pumurna* Stole ia Georgia.
MATTKASSEB, LOUNGES, LOOKrffO GLASSlS, WINDOW SHADES, OGltaftk
CHAIRS, da, hC. tewaye oa hood.
Picruaa Pi.au made rad Plrwwrreea iwpefrwf with amdami aad despatch.
COPPIRI OPiU BIXBR OK HAND.
WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GEOROIA.
I D. W. TOffkO, ggm.