CVA OHCL-KD I T Y GOT A K D UMN)
EnKSDAY, EEB. 27, 1801.
lowing u**.d nr.«u»hor
U. lo iolinH ubtcripllon end edv.r
lroo.gr fur the *• (Juerdiea.
-ipte fur motley, uu account of lh«pe-
bc binding on *e:
8. Than.a, A.1. Carter,
Abbott, Smith H. GriCln,
■ Jom|* & Wood.
fill Hcrnatou and a New Uulon.
eemed fnead, Mr. W. H. Bi.atord. of
lligencer," ku,«n tbo monl gentle, T«t
nnner, witkdrnv. ii from the Irntorn.ly
DerpAirigg of ‘dome-tic <r*o
while united to reirognmistn, be hnn
' patriotically withdrawn trow n clnaa
Loving no better halve**, meat lie lean,
than men, and ha* atiadied him^l!
worshipful order ot Benedict*. This,
*• rson « an thorny, laid down in the
of Independence, he bad a right to
hold the** truth* to be se.f-evident,
WtM‘ endowed by their Creator with
lienable rifhli, and that among these
iberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
friend has doubled his life he may rest
for Matrimony deals in this most dp-
riihmetie; It double* all that is bright
falling to our lot, and subtracts just
II the bad. About the liberty, why, we
1 just this—then), and pass on to the
of happiness. Friend Basaford, Doctor
was right, and wa will give our afll-
ir riling' that he was. when he said,
mony had ita troubles, Celibacy certain-
A joys. So we welcome you into our
nto the really conservative, respected,
•lass of men—ntid shall, by our change
from this time, prove to you that we
your new dignities and responsibilities
ling you to a more formal and impress-
A Houae Divided,
our cotempormries of the Georgia press
il Atlanta with such energy when she
er high claims to the location of lha
orernment for tbn Cotton States, re-
t such conduct amounts toineivism
ithout excuse? We seriously think so.
In, or even Milledgeville, deal as much
•lease in self-assertion and self lauda-
not detract from the well-established
other cities. Atlanta has made no
a other places competing for the loca-
e Capitol, while she has, with becom
sty, we think, spoken of her unrival
ed vantages. One thing is certain : no
ids the least chance of becoming the
i which people cannot live all the year
at to a call, a number of our citiseus
.cmbled at the City Hall. last evening,
inary action in the important business
g, contiguous to Atlanta, under favor-
ces, a Gunpowder Maaufactury, on a
iog scale. Dr. J. F. Alexander was
he Chair, and Robert A. Crawford re-
> act as Secretary. The object of the
eing explained by the Chair, great un-
f opinion indicated the importance to
to the whole South, and especially to
n taking lime by the forelock for the
i organization of this Company. As
it must be gratifying to every citizen
“t Atlanta is being looked to from at]
by manufacturing, commercial and
iterests, as her position and great sd
~n, tbe Chair appointed the following
for private consultation, with au-
ppoint time and place for presenting
W. F. Herring, Dr. J. R. Simmons,
ard, Wm. Gilbert, T. L. Cooper, Jas.
W. Adair, A. C. Wyly, F. A.
n, the meeting adjourned.
J. F. ALEXANDER, Chairman.
uthorized and requested to announce
annox, of this city, as a candidate
to command the —- Regiment,
m, at the election to be held at
iinets in this county, on the 7th
Catharine Harper, relict of the
loe Harper, of Baltimore, died
of the 12th. Mrs. Harper was the
$ child of Charles Carroll, of Car-
had reached the ripe old age of
New York Association for improv-
tlon of the poor have eighteen
hundred and eighty five persons
t on them for aid, and the dona-
•en inadequate to the wants of
cis, earl of Guilford, died at Wal-
rk, Kent, on tbe 20th ultimo.—
pear, who was born in 1772,
-?»tive in politics, but had oaaaed
• to take any part in pub Ho life,
ded by hie grandson, who was
dj “ has been hurt.*' Mr.
-rvatlve Republican member,
baa given Mr. bledill, Ultra Re
' a Chicago Tribune, and awful
he harmonium family will require
0 protect them from each other
have a play in the Crescent City
Battle of New Orleans.” It was
one night last week at the St. Charles
drummer for tbo oeoasion boiig
who bsat the drum and helped
uaic to which Gen. Jaokson and
iroepa won the battle on the field
forty-six year* age. Old Jordan
In New Orleans, and givaa tba peo-
t touch of his drumming regularly
an the 8th of January.
Confederate States of America.
J KKFBHBOK DAVIS,
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS,
President—Hon. HOWKlL COBB, of Qeorzia.
Secretary—JOH.N.SON J. HOOPKH, Ev«., of Alsbstn*.
Alabama—R. W. Walker, K. H- Smith, J. L. M. Oer-
ry W i* Chlltou, S. K. H»IS» Collin J. McKae, John GUI
Shorter, IMnM H. Lewie, Thomas Voaro.
florid*—J»um B. Owens, J. Patton Audersou, Jack-
10 ^railii—Robert Tooiub*. Howell Cobb, F. 8. Bar
tow M J. Ciswford, K. A. Nishst, B. H. lllll, A. K.
Wright, Taoioss H. B. Cobb, A. H. Kraan, Alexander
LotiUKinti—John Psrktns, Jr., A. L. DeClouet, Chaa
M. Courad, D. F. Kenner, tl. E. Sparrow, Henry liar-
MiMiMinDi—Vf. P. Harrla, Walter Brookv, N. L.
Wilson, A. M. Clayton, W. 8. Barry, J T. Harrison.
South Carolina—K B. Rliett, Jr., It W. Barnwell, L.
It Kent, Jamea Chesnut, Jr., C. Q. Memmlnger, W.
Porcber Miles, Thomaa J. Withers, W. W. Boyce.
Executive Deportment*- Stephens, Conrad, Boyce,
Foreign Affaire— Rliett, Nlabet, Perkins, Walker,
Military Jffhtri—Dartow, Miles, Sparrow, Kenan.
Natal . ffUire—Conrad, Chesnut, Smith, Wrights,
Finance—Toombs, Barnwell, Kenner, Barry, McRae.
Commerce—Memmlnger, Crawford, DeDiouet, Mor
Jndiclarft—Clsyton, Wlthera. Hale, Cobh, Harris.
Foetal—Chilton, Boyce, Hill, Harrison, Curry.
Entente—Brooke, Wilson, Lewis, Hill, Kenner.
Territoriee— Chesnut, Campbell, Marshall, NIsbet,
Public. Land*—Marshall, Harris, Fearn
Indian Affaire— Morton, Hale, Sparrow, Lewi* Keitt.
Printing— 1 Cobb, Harris, Miles, Cldlton, Perkins
AccoumU—Owens, Crawford, Campbell, DeClouet,
Kngroeement—Shorter, Wilson, Kenan, McRae. Dar-
Montoomkht, Ala., Fkb. 23, 1801.
Congress met to day at noun. Prayer was
offered by Rev. Haiil Mauley.
The journals of Saturday were read and con
Mr. 8horter, of Alabama, presented the fol
lowing resolution :
Resolved, That the Committee on public
lands be instructed to inquire into the pres
ent condition of the public lands, lying within
the limits of the Confederate States ; and alto
into the'expediency of disclaiming by the Con
federate States, all title or right in the same,
in favor of the States respectively in which
any public land may be situated ; and that
tbe Committee have leave to report, by bill or
otherwise, as they may deem expedient.
After presenting the foregoing, Mr. Shorter
said he hoped that the resolution would not
excite ditcusaiou at tbe present lime. If
there should be differences of opinion be did
not think that it would be to any material ex- j
lent. The practical question for our couside- 1
ration is, what shall be done with the publio
lands? The ordinances passed by the Con
ventions of Louisiana and Mississippi, have
claimed for those States all the public lands
lying within those States. Georgia and South
Carolina arc now the only original States in
this Confederacy within which there are no
public lands. I trust, however, that other
States may join ui at eome future day. The
opinion, prevails, to a large extent that it will
be the best policy to surrender to the States,
in which those publio lands are situated, all
such territory. As a source of revenue to the
Government they cannot be relied upon. The
expense of disposing of them would soon ex
haust all the profits arising from their sale —
Upon consultation with the Chairman of the
Committee on public lands, I have deemed it
expedient to introduce this resolution, In or
der that the Committee may inquire into the
course to adopt in reference to the public
lands ; and to request them to report at their
Mr. Wright, of Georgia, said the resolution
offered by the gentleman from Alabama, (Mr.
Shorter.)was in relation to a matter of grave
importbance. and had been the subject of re
flection and examination in the Committee on
public lands, of which he was a member. If
the resolution is submitted to the committee,
he was satisfied it would receive full and care
ful consideration. lie also favored the refer
ence to the Committee on public lands.
The resolution was accordingly referred.
Mr. Chesnut, of 8. C., presented a memo
rial from George Fox nnd John C. Thornton,
citizens of Georgia, on the subject of patents,
which he moved, without reading, should be
referred to the Committee on patents. Refer
Mr. Waul, of Texas, offered a memorial
from Henry Winslow, a citizen of New Mexi
co. Without being read the memorial was re
ferred to the Committee on territories.
Mr. Waul, also presented a communication
from the President of the State Convention of
Texts, which on motion was referred to the
Committee on Indian affairs.
Mr. Rhett, of 8. C., said he rose merely to
state to Congress that the labors of the Com
mittee on tbe permanent Constitution have
very nearly been brought to a close. A por
tion of tbe permanent Constitution had been
placed in the hands of the printer a few days
ago, and he hoped by Wednesday morning
next to be able to lay the whole of that Con
stitution before that body.
The President said the next business was
the consideration of (he bill in relation to pub
Mr. T. R. R. Cobb expressed the desire that
that bill should lie over a day os the Commit
lee were desirous of having another interview
with the publio printer before the bill oame up
The bill was accordingly postponed.
Mr. Memminger presented a communication
from Mr. Simpson liobo, of 8. C., offering a
site for an armory. It was referred to the
Committe on military affairs.
On motion of Mr. Barnwell, Congress went
into secret session.
POSTAL RZI’ORT AND BILL.
The annexed Report and Bill were adopted
in secret session on the 21st of February, and
•ecresy removed to day:
Mr. Chilton, from the Committee on Postal
Affairs mode the following report:
The Committee on Postal Affaire, having con
sidered of the duties assigned them, have in
structed me to submit the following report,and
th* bill accompanying tbe stme.
The Committee have mainly directed their
enquirirs to the question whether, without ms-
terial inconvenience to the public, tbe Poetof-
flee Department of this Confederacy can be
mode self sustaining.
The Committee find, from the latest and
most reliable means of information of which
they have been able to avail themselves, that
the excess of expenditure over the receipts of
this Department in the six Staten compoeiog
this Confederacy for the fiscal yearending Sfith
Jane, 1859, vis $1,860,591 83. They have not
been able to obtain the report of such receipts
and expenditures for the last fiscal year, bit
they presume the abeve tarnishes an approxi
mation sufficiently accurate for the predicate
of oar present action.
To provide for this deficit, your Committee
would suggest that the rates of postage may
be increased, as proposed by tba aeoompoay-
ing bill. By this bill they estimate an increase
of receipts approximating $578,874 83.
They believe that a saving can be effected
by a change in the mode oT letting out mail
contracts, adopting what is usually called “the
star bid system.” Providing all due safe guards
for the celerity, certainty and security of the
moils, but without other restrictions as to the
mode of transportation. In this way your Com
mittee are satisfied that the expense of mail
transportation may b# reduced 33} per cent,
upon the present cost, say $6111,033.
They are further of opi cion that there should
be a discontinuance of numerous routes, the
cost of whic)his greatly disproportioned to their
convenience, and tbe receipts of tbe Postoffice*
supplied by them. In this way they believe
a saving of 1-10 of the present cost of trans
portation may be attained, say $206,344.
The service upon many of the routes may,
without material detriment, be changed, daily
routes reduced to trl weekly, Ac., at an esti
mated reduction of, say $206,344.
They would also r*oomroend the abolishing
a number of minor Poetoffices which occasion
considerable expense without corresponding
profit or convenience. In this way a saving
to the Department might bo readily secured to
the amount of, say $56,000.
These sums added, say by increas
ed receipts on postxge rates $ 578,874 83
By saving as above indicated, to
tal 1,081,721 00
Total 1,660,595 83
Present excess of expenditures
over receipts 1,660.595 83
Your Committee are of opinion that steps
should be immediately taken to procure post
age stamps of the denomination of two, five
and twenty cents; that these btsinps will be
sufficient to meet the wants of the Department
for the present.
They would further suggest that steps should
be tsken for procuring a supply of locks sod
key* for tbe mail service; and for Poatoffice
blanks, such as are now in use.
They would further re oinmend that all the
mail contracts within this Conlederscy be re-
let at as early a day as practicable, and until
they are re-let, the existing contracts remain
of force, this Government becoming responsi
bis to such contractors from tbe 8th day of Feb
Your Committee are unable to suggest any
plan until further arrangements shall have
been made for the transmission of mail matter
to aud from other governments. They believe,
however, that until postal treaties can be made,
expedients arising from tbe necessities of the
public will teadily suggest themselves, which
will, in a great measure, remedy the inconven
ience. The wide spread ramifications of tbe
Express Companies would furnish valuable
auxiliaries lor communication beyond the Con
federacy, the mail matter bearing the stamps
of each government through which it may pass
by said Express.
An ACT TO SB ENTITLED AN ACT TO TRENCRIBB
RATES or POSTAGE IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES
or America, and for other purposes.
Sec. 1. The Congress of the Confederate
States of America do enact that from and af
ter such period as the Postmaster General by
proclamation announce there shall be charged
the following rates of postage, to wit: for ev
ery single letter sealed and for every letter in
manuscript or paper of any kind, upon which
information shall be asked for.orcommunicated
in writiug, or by marks or signs, conveyed in
the mail lor any distance between places with
in the Confederate States of America, not ex
ceeding 500 miles, 5 cents; and for any distance
exceeding 600 miles, double that rate; and ev
ery letter or parcel not exceeding half an ounce
in weight, shall be deemed a single letter, and
every additional weight of halt an ounce or
additional weight of lest than half an ounce
shall be charged with an additional single pos
tage ; and all packages containing other than
printed or written matter—and money packa
ges are included in this class—shall he rated
by weight os letters are rated, aud shall he
charged double the rates of postage on letters ;
and all drop letters or letters placed in any
PostofRce not for transmission but for delivery
only, shall he charged with postage at the rate
of two cents each ; and in all the foregoing ca
ses the postage must ho pre-paid by stamps;
and letters which shall hereafter be advertised
as remaining over or uncalled for in any Post-
office shall be charged with two cents each ad
dition to the regular postage; both to be ac
counted as other postages ot this Confederacy.
Skc. 2. And be it further enacted, That all
newspapers not exceediug three ounces in
weight, sent from the office of publication to
actual and boDafide subscribers, shall be char
ged with postage as follows, to wit: th« pos
tage on the regular numbers of a newspaper
published weekly within the 8tate where pub
lished, shall be 6J cents per quarter; aud pa
pers published semi weekly double that rate;
and papers published thrice a week, treble that
rate ; and the postage on all newspapers to ac
tual subicribers without the 8tate where pub
lished shall be charged double the foregoing
rates ; and periodicals sent from the office of
publication to actual and bonafide subscribers,
shall be charged with postage as follows, to-
wit: the postage on the regular numbers of a
periodical, not exceeding 14 ounces in weight,
and published monthly within the State whore
published shall bo 3 cent* per quarter; if pub
lished semi monthly double that rat* ; and for
every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce
double the foregoing rates shall be charged ;
and periodicals published quarterly or bi
monthly shall be charged one cent an ounce;
and the postage on all periodicals without the
8tate where published shall be double the
above specified rates ; and regular subscribers
to newspapers and periodicals shall be requir
ed to pay on* quarter’s postage in advance.—
And there shall be charged upon every other
newspaper, on each circular not sealed, hand
bill, engraving, pamphlet, periodical and mag
azine, which shall be unconnected with any
manuscript or written matter, not exceeding
three ounces in weight, two cents; and for
each additional ounce or fractional of an once
two centa additional; and inwall cases the post
age shall be prepaid by stamps. And books
bound or unbound not weighing over four
pounds shall be deemed mailable matter, and
■hall be charged with postage to be prepaid by
stamps, at two cent* per ounce for any distance.
The publishers of newspapers or periodioals
may send to eaoh other from their respective
offices of publication, free of postage, one copy
of each publication.
Sxc. 3. And be it further enacted. That it
shall be the duty of the Postmaster General
to provide and furnish to all Deputy Postmas
ters. and to all other persons applying and
payiog therefor, suitable postage stamp* and
■tamped envelopes of the denomination of
two cents, five ccnte, and twenty cents, to
facilitate the pre-payment of postages provided
for in this act; and any person who shall
forge or counterfeit any postage stamp pro
vided or furnished under the provisions of
this or any former act, whether the same Is
impressed or printed on or attached to envel
opes or not, or any die, plate or engraving
therefor, or ehall make or print, or knowingly
use or soil, or have in hit possession, with
intent to use or sell, any such false, forged or
counterfeited dies, plates, engraviog or post
age stamp, or who shall make or print, or
authorise, or procure to be made or printed,
any postage stamps of the kind provided and
famished by tbe Postmaster General as afore
said, without (he especial authority of the
Poet Office Department, or who, after suoh
postage stamps have been printed, shall, with
latent (o defraud the revenues of ths Pott
Offioe Department, deliver any postage stamps
to any person or persona othor than such os
shall be authorised to receive the same by an
instrument of writing, duly excouted under
the hand of the Potunoeter General, and the
seal of the Post Offioe Department, ehall, oa
convict ion thereof, U4nmdgni\t] of felony
and be punished by $ has not exceeding f#00
or by imprisonment not exceeding five years,
or by both suoh fine and imprisonment; and
tbe expenses of procuring nnd providing $11
suoh pontage stamps and latter envelopes on
are provided for or authorized by this act,
shall be paid after being adjusted by the Au
ditor of tbe Post Office Department of the
certificate of the Post master- General out of
any money in tbe Treasury arising from the
revenues of the Post Office Department.
8kc. 4. And he it further enacted, That it
shall be the duty of every Postmaster to cause
to be defaced in such manner as the Postmas
ter-General shall direot all postage stamps of
this Confederacy, attached to letters deposit
ed in his office for delivery or to be sent by
mail; and if any PostMaster sending letters
in tbe mail with such postage stamps attached,
shall omit to defaoe the same, it shall be the
duty of tbe Postmaster to whose office such
'letters shall be sent for delivery, to deface
the stamps and report lbs delinquent Post
master to the Postmaster-General, and if any
person shall use or attempt to use in the pre
payment of postage, any postage stamps
which Shull have been before used ior like
purposes, such person shall he subject to a
penalty of fifty dollars for every such offence,
to be recovered in tbe name of tbe Confeder
ate States of America in any Court of compe
8xu. 6. And be it further enueUd, That from
and after the day when Ibis act goes into ef*
feet the franking privilege shall be abolished,
provided that the Postmaster Geueral, aud loa
chief olerk, aud the auditor of the Treasury
for tbe Postoffioe Department shall be and
they are hereby authorized to transmit through
tbe mail free of postage any letters, packages
or other matters relating exclusively to their
official duties, or to the business of the Post-
office Department: but they ehall in every
such case indorse on the back of tbe letter or
package (o be sent free of postage, over their
own signatures tbe words Official Business,”
and for any such endorsement falsely made,
the person so offending shall forfeit and pay
$300,—and provided further, tbe several depu
ty Postmasters throughout the Confederate
Stales shall be and are hereby authorized to
send through the mail free of postage all let
ters and packages which it may be their duty
or they may have occasion to transmit to any
person or place, and which shall relate exclu
sively to the business of their respective offices
to the business of the Postoffice Department—
but in every such case the deputy Postmaster
sending any such letter or package shall en
dorse thereon, over his own signature the
words “Postoffice Business,” and for any and
every such endorsement falsely made, the per
son making the same shall forfeit and pay
Sxo. 6. And be it faither enacted, That the
third section of an act entitled an act further
to amend an act entitled an act to reduce and
modify the rates of postnge in the United
States and for other purposes, passed March
3d, 1851, approved March 3, 1855, whereby
the letter registration system was established
be aud, is hereby repealed from aud after the
day when this act goes into effect.
8eo. 7. And be it further enacted, <$c. That
no letters shall be canied by the Express or
other charted companies, unless the same shall
be prepaid by being eudorsed in a stamped
envelope of this Confederacy and any compa
ny violating the provisions of this act shall
forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dol
lars for each offense to be recovered by action
of debt in any court of this Confederacy hav
ing cognizance thereof in the name and for
the use of this Confederacy.
Sac. 8. Be il further enacted, That the
Postmaster General of the Confederate States
be and he is hereby authorized to make all ne
cessary arrangements for the trnnsmission of
mails between the Territories of Ibis and oth
er governments, subject to the approval of
the President, until postal treaties can be ef
Tassed Feb. 21, 18CJ.
PI,ANT* AJkD FLOWER*!
SHRUBS AND k'^UlTTRKKH!
Just imparted from Fra*ir<*.
CHAPIN dr COC
F rench horticulturist^
■ and FLORISTS, from tbe city
of Paris, respectfully inform tb«(
Ladies »ud Gentlemen of Aflsntk, _
| that theybsv* recently arrived in this eity
j with a splendid collection of Trees*Plants,
j flowers and Shrubbs, the whole ofl'«re<iX»rn*sh
at very moderate prices. Holland JIous*. c.( r-
ner of Alabama street. * fab23-6t
DIMICK, WILSON ic CO.,
(twi A n dorm * mii.)
■Unufkcturen of and W holesale and Re
tail Uoalera In
B4HIT8, SHOES AND BROGANS I
Also keep constantly on band Oak and Hem
lock Bole-Leather, French Calf Skins, Lining
and Binding Skins, Bhoe Pegs and Shoe Find
ings—at the Sign of tbe Big Boot,
L. IK. DIMTOK, 1 Cherokee Block,
WM. WliMOM, )■ Peach-Tree I
G. K & J. L HAMILTON,
si rcBsHORs to feuiTU a ezzabd,
L*II A HMACKUTIWTN,
Great Excitemmt at the
Shoe aud Leather Em
porium ot D1 ns I c k ,
Wilson it Co.,
ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF MAILS, Ac.
BY GEORGIA RAILROAD.
Due, daily, at 11.45 P.M., and 9.00 A.M.
Clove*, daily, at 8.00 A.M., and 0.00 P.M.
BY WESTERN A ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
Due, dally, at 1.15 P.M.
Close*, daily, at t.00 A.M.
BY ATLANTA l WEST-POINT RAILROAD.
Due, dally, at 7.13 P.M.
Cloves, daily, at 9.00 P.M.
BY MACON A WESTERN RAILROAD.
Due, daily, at 7.15 P.M.
Cloves, dally, at 11.00 A.M.
Until further notice, the Office will he kept open for
the delivery of mall-matter, dally (Sundays excepted,)
from 7 A.M. till 1 o’clock, P.M., and from half-past 2 till
4 o’clock, P.M.
On Sundays the Office will be open fiom 8 A.M. till
o’clock, A.M., and from 2 V till 8)^ o’clock, P.M.
T. C. HOWARD, Postmaster.
Italian, America's and Egyptian Marble,
Monuments, Tombs, Tablets, Head and Foot
Stones, Urns, Vases, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels, Btatuary Figures, and Furnish
ing Marble of all descriptions.
Always on hand a fine assortment of Monu
ments, both Plain and Carved, of all sizes, and
prices to suit.
Call and see specimens, at Ware Rooms and
Yard, opposite Georgia Railroad Depot.
■ION B. ROBSON.
ROBERT 0, KOBSOR
S. B. ROBSON & CO.,
Whitehall Street, ^
Bell Everything in their Line of Trade at
Th* taoweat Price* foe Fateh,
T EN Shares of Stock in thePh<*nix Loan and
Building Association. Apply at this office.
AND DJSALEKH IN
PANCY AND 10ILET
8UR1.ICAL A DENTAL
FIVE FRENCH AND CATAWBA BRANDIES,
BIKER & JARVIS’ ISLAM) fiUAXO,
TOR SALB BT
FRANCIS R. SHACKELFORD,
FRENCH CALF SKINS.
A LARGE LOT, just received direct from
the Importers, and for sale by the dosen
or single skin, at low prices, by
DIMICK, WILSON A CO.,
octl Peach-Tree Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
jrflf A large lot of BOOTS and
SHOES, just received from
lb® manufactory, and will be
1 - " sold at prices unprecedented
in this market
Ladies' Patent Foxed Lace Heel Gaitere, at
$1 25 a pair.
Ladier Seared Morocco Lace Heel Boot*, at
$1 10 a pair.
Men’s, Boys, Misses and Children’s Boots and
Shoes, proportionally cheap, and warranted.
Gents’ French Calf Water-Proof and Pump
Boots—new styles—just received, and will be
sold at prices lower than any House in this
city will sell as good a Boot
6,090 lbs Hemlock 8ole Leather, just receiv
ed and for rale at Charleston prices, or lower
than ever before sold in this market
60 dosen French and American Calf Skins,
of various brands, this day reoeived, and will
be Hold at a commission on New York price*,
Lasts, Boots Trees, Pegs, Lining, Binding and
Morocco Skins, Findings, Ac., proportionately
Those wanting Good Boots, Shoes, or Leather
at low prices, will find it to their interest to
give as a call before purchasing.
DIMiCK, WILSON A CO.,
dec22 Sign of the Big Boot
3 /YAA LBS. best quality of Good Hem
,WU lock Sole Leather;
3,000 lbs best quality Good Damage
, 2,000 lbs best quality Good Oak Bqie
100 Half-barrels No. 3 Mackerel;
50 Half-barrels No. 3 Mackerel ;
50 kits No. 8 Mackerel;
10 bbls No. 1 Mackerel ;
10 Half-barrels No. 1 Mackerel;
20 kits No. 1 Mackerel;
1,000 lbs Cod Fish ;
250 lbs Pollock ;
50 boxes of best Herring.
tail, by DIMICK, WILSON A OO.,
octl Peach-Tree Street Atlanta, Georgia.
CENTER A TREADWELL.
State of Georgia, Fulton County.
r |*WO month* afterdate spplirstion will be made tothe '
1 Court of Ordinitry of *nid county for leave to veil I
' John G. Hoyt, late of said county, I
C.C. RoDKS, I !
\v mvi ilk 1 > axecuiorv.
the Real Evtut)
I NDIA RUBBER BELTING—from 2 to 6
inches—for sale by
uneU CENTER A TREADWELL- 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Millinery and Fancy
Ribbons, Feather*, Flower*, Head
Dresses, Embroideries, Laces,
Blonbta, Rucljta, fkrfnnifrg,
CONNELLY’S IRON FRONT BUILDING
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 to be the Best in use.
COMPETITION WITH CHARLESTON,
—AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, IN—
Giulia, Sfilm, flitted nnd friitania
WARE AND CROCKERY;
A LARGE lot of CUT and PRESSED GLASS; WHITE, GILT, and DECORATED CH
NA, TEA, DINNER, and TOILET SETS, at any prio. : SILVER-PLATED TEA SETt
CASTORS, CAKE BASKETS, FRUIT-STANDS, CUPS, GOBLETS, SPOONS, FORKS, *c. A.
KEROSENE LAMPS, OANDLESTIOKS, WAITERS, TABLE MATTS, CHINA VASES, d«
A lot of FINE TABLE CUTLERY. A Urge and complete stock of
WHITE GRANITE & COMMON CROCKERY.
to which we invite the attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
We import our goods from Europe and buy of the best American Manufacturers, and will
■ell for the smallest possible profits for CASH.
COLE & WYLIE,
aug2I Whitehall Street, nearly Opposite Beach A Root’s, Atlanta, Georgia.
D’l JIf N Ui’l 'RK!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
T HANKFUL for the past pAtronage of my numerous friends and customers, and hoping
a continuance of the same, I again take pleasure in informing them that 1 have now in
LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED
ever before offered in Atlanta, and Aix'of
and am in almost daily receipt of Now and Varied Style* of all kinds of Furniture from tk
well known F«ctory of
.foiks mmm 9
of which F. W. FLYNN, formerly of the Novelty Worka, ColumbuMgOeoraia, is Fopsvjb. whl k
is a sufficient guarantee that all tbe work from the ABOVE FACTORY IS ft«d sl. tbe mf It
ALL WORK WARRANTED GOOD
PficM from Ib to 25 per cat. lower than ,dj other Foaajrraa Btouk ia Georgia.
MATTRA88EB, LOUNGES, LOOKING GLASSES, WINDOW SHADES, CGMafkV
CHAIRS, AC., AC., >!»)■ on hand.
Pjctvbb Fra*et made and Ft-H.ITVa. repaired with neainaea and de.patch.
COFFINS OF AIX SIKES ON HAND.
WHITEHALL STREET. ATLANTA, OEORGIA.
D. M. YOUNG, Agent.
Hot. I. dU. Fee JOHITD. SEAT.