rHE SUBSCRIBER offi-in the public at bis
Store next to A. GreenAco Cherokee Street,
■ lull slock of GROCERIES, embracing every
tide usually kept in llmt lino, such ns
vtIUAKS, all kinds ;
COFFEE, alt kinds ;
&C., &C., Si
vuken in Harter, on liberal term*.
Having purchased the store and goods of Mi.
B. S. Johnson, he also oilers a large tsl«-ck ot
GIiOOKBIKS at that stand, on Cherokee Street,
and Mr. H.VttES will take pleasure in waiting ,
on. sens to mcr Gtftobur 12, ‘iiO. tf] K. HAUL. !
Phoenix Bunding, Marietta. G-a
(Opposite the Public Square)
For spring ,u summer ha.
in Store, a splendid assortment ol ST A
I*LE and FANCY Dry-Goods, saitabitf tor OiD
and Country Trade.
Having made excellent arrange rue ms for
full supply of everything
N in:\v v \ t > nov tor.,
at all times through U>* season, a -im* cus ton
errand the public generally, that he will «el
any and all styles of GOODS
As low a3 dan be purchaiied in this City
Assorted Goods in Silks, Bareges, Ma.-diu In
ret/.rs. Organ lies, and Jackonets, Foil! ad
Angl vise, and G’t.sb Oiotb Suits. Mantil
las, iu Silks. Daces, Grass (Toth, «fcc. Fin
broidered and Dace Setts. Linen and
Lace Setts. II S. L. C. and Superior
iliindkerchietk, Damsels, Fans,
Kid Gloves, Lace Mitts,
A c* . A- ,&c.
Also, a lull supply of Bleached And Browi
Sheetings and Shirting?. Cotton ado*. .leant"
and Stripes. HO OP SKIRTS of the. Hates
BOOTS, SJIOKS, &c
Also, a large stock of
Which he .vill .sell as low, for Cash, as they
be bought in this or any other market.
(Jail and examine his Stock. None
excel him. April 12th, 1861 lv
FTIHE suhiriher respectfully call tho atten
-*■ tiou of the public to his stock of
Fall and Winter (roods!
Just received from Charleston. Almost even
article usually kept in a DItY GO >l)3
STORK, may be found.
STAPLE \ N1) FANCY
SHOES, HOOTS. HATS, CAPS,
BONNETS CLOTHING, •
Crockery, Glass Ware mid Cutlery
®B~Call and see onr Stock before buying
elsewhere. Brices will be made to correspom'
the hardness of the times.
E. BAG If.
h '/) An n n m n
u x\ h u n v a dj,
* ♦ -
MY Company has at last left for
the scut of War. and 1 have bce.v dttailed by >
Bigivdier General PILLOW) C. 6. A. Chief of
Volunteer and Conscript Bureau, to ‘proceed
tojlrat section of the'State from which the Re
giment was raised for the purpose of recruit
ing Volunteers, enrolling Conscripts and con
ducting the n to my command,”* This manner
ol raising troops is permitted under late orders
and instructions from the War Department, and
I now invite all men subject to Conscription
who desire to enter this favorite branch of
vice to call and Volunteer immediately and not
wait to be conscripted. It becomes us as Geor
gians now to enter the Army—to fill up the
ranks now terribly decimated by action and
disease and aid out brothers already in the
Held, in healing back to their own land the mis
erable hirelings who are to-day desolating our
noble soil. One more vigorous campaign, such
au oue as will in all probability terminate
this unholy crusade upon us. Desertion is
spreading far and wide in Ihe North -their
couustds are distracted—their efforts for our
subjugation have been thwarted and have end
ed in their everlasting infamy and disgrace, and
it we but do o ir duty m the coming campaign,
“ere the autumn leaves fall,” peace will spread ’
her broad aud welcome folds around us and
“ Plenty through a smiling lard."
1 appeal to you then as citizens--good and
loyal citizens to rally under our blood stained
banner, and lend a helping hand and willing
heart in driving back the foe and securing all
that we as Americans hold near and Boar.
Assistance w hen needed will be given j
in the purchase ol 1 torsi's. All equipments '
can he obtained from me.
Apply to or addi cas Sergeant David S. Au-|
derson, Covington, Ga. or the undersigned at
Dallas, Ga. February 12, 1863.
lx. B* ANDERSON. Captain,
6 ts Dragoons.
:\ r -Q. The Atlanta Confederacy publish 'till
ALORGIA, Cherokee County.
*TT7T]EiiKA3 Matilda Payne, widow of J.
▼ V Payne, applies to me for Letters of ;»«1-
minist!ation upon the estate of said deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kiudred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear at my oJHoo. within
tho time prescribed by law. to show cause il
this Feb. 2. ’
TIIE MAIt IE TT A WEE KL Y A D Y,O CATE.
gkorgia, c»m> count)-.
TTTHKREAK. .!.»lm Gunn administrator do- I
VV bonis i. >:» with-lbo will annexed,of John |
Steward deceased, late of said county, applies ;
to im> fordi-mission tVomTii* administration.
Three an; therefore. to cite au.l admonish all
and singular those t jiicerned to file their ob.io
tions. if any they have, in my office on or before
the Ist Monday in July next, otherwise
letters of adminisl ration will be granted the ap
plicant at that term of the Court of Ordinary of
said county. *
Given under my hum', at office, this 29th
43 JNO. G. CAMPBELL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Cobb County:
QtJX'l'Y da vs after date Application .will he
0 mad oto the Ordinary of said County for
leave to 1 H Mary a servant -roman 38 years of
age of the estate of i dipt. B. ». Prather, late ol
said county. This Jail. 27, lid.
U T pj [ Executorß
- Cherokee County.
WHEREAS, William Hogan,
applies to me for letters of administration upon
the estate of li. A. Thompson late of Saul coun
These are then fore, to cite and requii. all
persons concerned to be and appear at my of
fice within the lime prescribed by law, to show
cause it any, wl y said letters should not be
granted the applicant.
Given under my baud and official signature*
Feb. 2, iBO3.
JAS. JORDAN, Ordinary.
WILL be .sold on tbe first Tuesday
in April next. th« comt-'umu* tioor in
tlic town of Gumming. Forsyth county, between
the* leg:il hours of sale, Lots of Land Nos. 464.
•173. 17-1. 173. 332, 333, 534, 333, 54!>. thirty
Meres of No. 550, and the undivided'fourth part
of No. 463. all in the second district and first
section of Forsyth county. Sold by order'of
the Court ol Ordinary ot Cobb county, as the
property of James A. Collins, deceased, for the
benefit of the Imirs and creditors of said de
ceased. Terms made known on day of sale.
CYNTHIA v'OLLIN3, Adnt’rx.
W. H. YKXAULE, Adm’or.
February U, 1*63. fi
GEORGIA, Milton county.
TTDIKUFAS, Thomas Burgess, applies
VV for letters of Admiristratiou on the es
tate of Kiijah Willituns, late of said county, de-
These are therefore lo cite and admonish all
and singular those concerned to file their objec
tions in my office, on or before the Ist Monday
in March next, otherwise letters of adminis
tration will be granted the applicant at that
term ol the Court of Ordinary for said county.
Given under my hand, this Jan., 16. 1863
O. 1’ SKELTON. Ordinary.
GKOTiGIA, t o'ib
W'lltiltKAS, Jane T\ Glover. Executrix on
the estate of John H. Glover late of
"rtW eonnt-v (biouitsuil . n ppßi'S t<* m*» («»»• (li»
mis.'.imi irom lier said trust.
These aro therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular Ihe kindred and creditors of- iid
deceased, to file their objections, if any they
have, in iny office, on or before the first Monday
April next othei wise letters of dismission will
be glanted the applicant at that term ol the
Court of Ordinary for said county.
Given under my haifd, at office, in Marietta,
this i t October. 1 8 »2.
6m .1 NO. CAMBBF'.L. ( rdimtry.
S. I. ILimsev administi i.or on
Vfc the est-:to of Samuel ‘Thompm * Utu o!
said rounty, dec,•;•>!•»}, apjiUcs to me for ltdieis
of Jismlssion horn the admiuisu-iition of said
Tluse are thi*n-foro lo cite and admonish all
and singular those concerned to file their objec
tions. if any t hey have, in my office, on or before
the second Monday in .July next, otherwise
letups of dismis. ion will be granted the appli
cant at that term of the Court of Ordinary for
Given under my hand at office, in Marietta
this January 1 1^63.
.1 G. CAMPIfIELL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Cherokee County.
\\ HKREAS, John M. Delanay, administrator
if upon the estate of Lawson A. Kemp, ap
plies to tue ior lollei* of Di»u»iK*ioii I’roiu aaid
Tiiese are therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kin dred and creditoi-s of said
ileceased. tp tile tlieir objections, if any they
have, in my office, on or before the 2nd Mon
day :-iu April next, other‘wise letters of dis
mission will be the applicant at that
term of the Court of Ordinary for said county,
Given under my hand, at office, this 6th day
of October, 1862.
4 0 JAMES'JORDAN, Ordinary.
G-eorgia* Cherokee County.
WHEREAS, Major Willbanks, administra
tor on the estate of llosea Willbanks,
deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
mission from said udministra/ion.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular concerned to file tlieir objec
tions. if any they ha\e. in my office, within the
time prescribed by law. otherwise letters of
dismission will be granted the applicant.
Given under my hand, at office, Nov. 6. 1862.
45 JAMES JORDAN, Ordinary.
WILL bcßold'on (he Ist Tuesday inAPRIL
next, be! ore the Court House door in the
town of Campbellton. Campbell county, be
tween thedegal hours of sale, the North half of
lot ot land N > 123 in the 2nd district of Camp
bell county, being the place whereon Benjamin
F. Camp deceased, formerly lived. Sold by or
der of the Court of Ordinary of Cold) county,
as llie property of said Benj. F. Camp, deceased
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said
deceased. Terms made known on the day of
sale. Jan’y 13,1863.
SAMUEL X SCOTT, Admr.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
\LL persons having demands against the es
bite of I-.iioch M. Benson, late of Cobb
county, are reque u'd to present them to the
undersigned, properly attested, within the time
prescribed by law : and all persons indebted to
sai l deeeas -.l.arG'required to tna'.e immediate
payment. January, 2U. 1863.
H. LATIMER, Adm'r.
5'A 0 alter date, application will
be in ole to the Court es Ordinary of t'heic
lv eon Illy. ‘ * i l live to well the LANDS be
-1 ?V‘* - MA n Cl T S 1J1 1: v KX■ r U
Notice to Debtor* ami Creditors.
A LL persons having demands against the es ;
XTL tute of Janiea A. Collins, late of Cobb
county, decease:!., are requested to present
them,‘properly made out. witlin tiie time pre
! scribed by law ; and all persons indebted to
said estate, are hereby required to make im
i mediate payment. Feb. 11. 1803.
CYNTHIA COLLINS, Adm’rx.
C ML R. VENABLE, Adm’r.
Ry virtue of an order of ill*- Court of Ordinary
of Fulton county. Ga. will be sold on tbe first
Tuesday in At RiL next, at the Court House
door in Canton, Cherokee county, between the
- legal hours of sale, the following Lauds to wit:
Lots of Land Number Ten and Number Eleven
each situated anil being in the Bccotid district
of (he second section of Cherokee county. Ga.
eadh containing Forty acres more or less.
Also, oral half lot of Laud being the shonth
hnlf.ot -N'umber Twelve Hundred and Eighty-
Seven. sttuAteß and being in tbe third district »f
tho second section of Gherqkec county. All
sold as the property of Vibert N. Abbott,
late of Fulton eot nty, deceased, for the benefit
of the heirs. Terms made known on dav ol sale.
LEWIS L. ABBOTT, Ex’or.
February 11, 1063. C
WILL be sold before the Court-
House door in t’m Oily of Marietta, on the
first Tuesday in March next, (if not previ
ously disposed of tit [ rivate sale.) to the
highest bidder, a likely .NEGRO WOMAN
and Child. February 18, 18(53.
72t JANE li. CHASTAIN.
TWO MOXTUSafior date applica
tion will be made to the Ordinary of
! Cobb County for leave to soli the
1 Land belonging- to the estate of Joseph
S. K. Air LE.SKY, Adm’or.
j Feb. 2ld, 1863.
I’VVO MONTHS afterdate applicas
| lion will bo nxiida to tho Ordinary ol
I Cobb County for leave to soil the
Land anti belonging to tho estate of
William Slmdengor deceased.
S. R. MotiLEiKY, Admr.
Feb. 23, 1863.
GEORGIA, Cobb County.
\ V’HEUEAS.N. I!. Knight applies to me iorlot-
II ters of administration iljioii the estate of
Mrs. J. li. Smith late of said county, deceased.
These iii-e therefore, to cite ami admonish all
and singular those concerned to tile their objec
tions, it any they have, in my office on or before
the first Monday in April next, otherwise
letters Administration will lie grunted the
applicant at that term of the Com l of Ordinary.
Given under iny hand and official signature
tills 2nd. February. ISU2.
J. G CAMBELL; Ord'y.
Greorgia- Cobb County.
WLIKKEAS, Jolm Gann, Guardian of Foni
iva, Goorge & JoptfiaGaim, applios to me
for :-sion IVoin said guardianship,
l r vu...* ..-o ti,„ivinn. i/wio* ami admonish all
; and singular those concerned to file tlieir objec
tions. if any they have, ill my office on or before
;he first Monday in ABRIL next, otherwise
j letters of Dismission will be granted tho
! .applicant at that term of the Court ot Ordinary.
(Hven under my hand, at office, this llth'
•j bruary, 1863.
I I ‘' J. G. CAMPBELT .
■ duimistrator’s Sale.
WIwL be s:-Id o;i tbe first Tucstlny
i in April next, before tiie court-house door in
1 il v of MarieUa, V'obb cmintv. between Pie
! legal hours of sale. Lots of Land Nos. 1276.
j 1317, 12 5. 20 acre- of the north halt of 1315,
; south-east half ol 1274-. and 15 acres of the
sou'.ii part of 1315,. -s acred of 1274
I and 131 •. deeded bv Charles Ellis toS. M Brad
j i'onl i aA in ihe lDih district and 2d section,
i ( (.’oh equity, near Powder Springs, and known
i as the Lllis plantation, containing in the whole
| 11-7 acred, mure or less. Sold by order of the
i Court of ordinary of Cobh county, as the pro
] ;<eriv ol Charles Eilis, deceased, for the benefit.
! of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.—
j 11 -nil.- made known on day of^saie.
OBED R. EASON A din’or.
I February 11, 1863. 6
■ ADMINISTRATORS SALE.
i BV viifuc of an order from Uiu court of Ordi
nary of Milton', county, I will soli on the flint
j Tuesday in April next, ihe following property:
Lot of land whereon Win. Racket, deceased
lived, coiitaiuinjj 250 acres.
| A. urn Oliver. -17 years old.
j *■ imy Ephraim, 18 “ “
“ woman Lindy, 23 “ “ and child 5 mo’s.
“ boy 800. 11 “ “
boy Henry, 8 “ “
“ boy Taylor, 8 “ “
“ girl Shariah, 48 “ “
“ girl Clarissa, 24 “
“ girl Fanny, 23 “ “
“ boy Frince, 14 “ “
“ boy Crocket. 20 “ “
“ boy Jim, 2fi “ “
AH the above negroes belonging !o the Estate
of Win. liickett late of said county. Sold for
Ihe benefit of the heirs and creditors. Terms
Gash J’hls Feb., 12, 1863.
G. W ARNOLD. Admr
Georgia, Pickens County.
I IVOTJCE.-Two Months after date, ap
j _ application will hr made to the Court of
Ordinary »f said county, for leave to sell the
i LAND belonging to the estate of John E.
j Price, deceased.
WM. GODFREY, Admr.
| . Fed -’ 12 ’
J Georgia, couu»y.
i NJu I H-L -Tw'o months after date application
j 1-N will be made to the Court of, ‘Ordinary of said
; County so" leave to sell the Lands belonging to
I the estate uf'Ferdidand Jett deceased for the ben
j fit oef the teirs and creditors of said deceased.
A. It. HICKS. Executor.
ANN lE J ETT, Executrix
| GEORGIA, Cobb county.
WiiEKK.vs, James Pituer applies to me
for Guardianship over tho persons and
property os Margaret G Bird and James Bird,
orphans o! Janie* Bird, deceased,
; These are therefore to cite and admonish all
• and singu :u* those concerned to file their
; their onjei ions if any they have in ray office on
j or before the first Mon lay in APRIL next,
, oilier wise Liters of Guardianship will be grant
ed the applicant at that term of the Court of
j Ordinary f.,r said cminty.
Given under ni.v ham! as Ordinary, at office
n MarieM.i thD ißth Feb, 1863.
JOHN G. CAMITIELL. Ord'y.
FOR SALE DY
B. A. RANDAIt & CO.
CONFEDERATE COOPER SHOP.
HAVING permanently located in
Marietta, and opened the above named
Sitop, where he -.vill make FLOUR
and PORK BARRELS „nd do all
other work in his line of business.—
lie solicits a share of public favor and
wants good White Oak Staves and
Heading, also (rood Hoop Poles.—
Good prices given, Nov. 21, ’62.
48—ts JAMES M. ALLISON.
Tanners's Oil, Blacking, Yellow
Ochre, Spirits Turpentine, Var
nish, Mineral Paint, Paint Oil,
Black Leather Varnish, Ac.
Far sale by,
Marietta, Jan. 1 1863. 41-ts
I will pay the above reward fur the
apprehension of Mulatto man William
Blake, and delivering him to me at Ma
rietta or lodging him in any Jail in this
State, so I may get him. He is 25 years
of age, live feet 11 inches or 6 feet high
rather spare made, thick- lips, large
hands and feet, almond or oval eyes ; a
scar on one of his fingers; his cars small
hi- u6se of the African type, his hair fine
j crisp and bushy, speaks in a 1 w tone,
aul looks down jibe is plausible and
. snides when spoken to; his gait though
j sloueby is l.ke an Indian’s he i# pigeon
: toed; olio car occasionly and sc..urges
, funn an internal injury bis front teeth
I have been pluged He was seen on 26
ult. p-ssingthrough Atlanta to Inc West
Point K. K. uniiorrned and following a
(Jotiiedoraio Officer cajryiug nvu hunt
ings 8 sabre and sword; he may he
hired as his servant. He is a first rate
Drummer aud Fifcr; aud may be
employed as such; he is a firstotiate
Goiuk tt\wri (tin-1 Ootlov fond of drying
and Breaking unruly horses.
in addition to the above reward I will
give SIOO if proof sufficient be furnished
mo to convict the person who stole rnv
i man. l! .vas hired to u Mr Eping as a
(Joael-iu .ii; who had him M c -u.
M MYEuS, Marietta (la.
: Dec. 6,1862. 40
B. A. RANDALL,
BOOK, NE W 8
OF AN EXCELLENT QUALITY, and war
ranted ejual to ihe best Northern make.
BOOK INK at 50 cents to $4 -$ lb, iu cans of
l to U'- pounds.
NEVV3S INK. (fine) at 30 cents lb, for all
order* of B)0 pounds and upwards.
NEV\S INK, (very fine) at 40 cents lb, in
kegs of 25. and 50 pounds.
COLORED INKS at $1 to $8 ft), in half
pound and pound cans.
We desire every paper in the South to copy
this advertisement tor one month, sending us a
copy of their paper and receive pay for the
same upon purchasing three times the amount
of their bill from us. I>. A. R.
References : R. M. Goodman, Editor Mari
etta, (Ga.) Advocate. Wood, llanleiter. Rice
& Cos., Franklin Publishing House, Atlanta. Ga.
SHOULD ALL TAKE IT! I
rpHE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR the old
JL pioneer in Agricultural improvement—the
only Agricultural Monthly Journal in the Con
federate Slates that has lived“throegh the war,”
is still published regularly, and will enter upon
its 21st year, Jan. Ist., 1803. Now is the 'time
One Hollar jipt year, in advance !
Address D. REDMOND, Augusta, Ga.
Jany U>, tc.
~ COG HIDES.
I will give ONE DOLLAR
for each Dog Hole delivered at my
Store, Kill the Dogs and save the
Sheep ! J. W. BACON
Marietta, Oet. 3, ’62. 42 ts
Blanks ! Blanks ! Blanks.!
J »T ANKS in any quantity and of every va
•’ 9 riety kept on hand or printed to order, at
the lowest possible price, at this office.
Also—JOß WORK, of every varie
and style, executed in the neatest
ami most approved stylo of the art, and at
prices which cannot be -‘murmured at” bv the
'-clos;--i-fisted” in or out of this -.lion of the
jounii-v Gi> i u- a tri 11.
LIFE AND FIRE.
Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insur
RISKS taken on favorable terms.
W. F. GRUVES, Agent.
Marietta, ovember 13, 18J2, 43 —ts
CONTINUE.-- the practice of his profession
in ail Its branches, and solicits the patron
age of those who will pay their hills upon pre
sentation, and consider them presented whet)
the operations are finished.
I am compelled to adhere raoi tric'ly tor
the cash system, in order to eompl, Soli will#
the demands of others.
OFFICE over the Post Offic
Marietta, Feb. fill, 1802.
I HAVE received one Car Load
OF VIRGINIA SALT,
which is now olfered ior Sale by the Sack or
Marietta, Nov. 28, 13G2. 47-ts
Attorney and CounseUor at Law,
Acwobth, Cow-, Cor.nty, Guo.
n.i. praclicein Cobb. Cass, Cht-Tokee, Mil
VV toa, Paulding and Fulton.
lteferences.— Hon. J. W. Lewis, non. L. J.
Gartrell. Atlanta, N. &. G. 8. Avery, Ac worth.
jjs®-" Any information as to responsibility of
parties, promptly given. --Feb. 29-’6l
T am authorized by Die Secretary of war to
raise a Company of Mounted Men, to comi>l<-to
the organization of th-- 2nd Ga. Regiment of
Car ally, it is useless for me to spend time ar
guing lie- advantages this branch of service
posses over every other us almost every man is
aware of. this fact, all my men will be allowed
eo spend the remainder of this winter v-ith then
families. assist in selecting anil electiug their
own Lieut's, and r.cn-cqiumissioned officers. —
In consideration e,f these inducements all wish
ing to becetne members of this Company and
Regiment will do well to cal! or confer with mo
at Dallas Ga. Every man will furnish his own
horse, ull other equipments furnished
CAPT. W. A RAGSDALE.
r-: i. i.etchi-iiii.i).
ATTORNEY AT LAW-
Tn connection with his ordinary busi
ness will |- a v strict at entnui to tiie col
'cCtiotl of claims of deceased soldiers up
on the Government 42*
Hew Book Bindery.
Ruliiw and Book-Binding.
f r* HE subscribers respectfully inform tbe
I lie that they have m the city
of AtlisHta, a Nev/ Book-Bindery--
blank Cooks. Ledgers, Journals. Day Looks
Ulotters. Hotel anti Stable, Registei-s, Dockets
Record Books, &c„ with or without Printed
IL-adlngs. and Ruled to any pattern desired,
manufactured in the neatest aud most dm..hie
manner without delay. Magazines, Music, News
-wipers, Ac,, neatly hound at short notice.
jTS-Orders Iran any part ol the State will
meet with prompt attention, anil Books required
to he sept by mail hand, wagon or railroad,
carefully enveloped so as to avoid the possibility
of injury by transportation.
J P. MASON & CO.
Aug. 31—1 year.
HOGSHEADS, 12 feet long at S3O per
k T the Coupcr_Sliop, opposite Denmeads Mill.
2» F. BROWN.
Sixty Dollars will he paid for the arrest and
contiuement of the following named deserters:
Private J."N. Clay, of Cos. D. 7th Ga ,'desert
ed his command on the 17th day of Angu-t 1832
near Gorilonsville Va., he is about 5 feet 5
inchpsjngh, blaek_ eyes, black hair, fair _cerm
plexion, and by occupation a farmer. I have
been informed that he is u> home in Cobb Cos.,
on the pretence that he was takon prisoner hy
lic- enemy aud paroled, which is a fabrication
of his own. Also, Private Maberry Cookeey.
who deserted on the same day and at the same
place, he is about six feet higli hazel eyesjdai k
hair dark complexion spare made, und by occu
pation a Rail Road Hand.
J. F. KISER,
Capt. Commanding Cos., D. 7th Ga. Vol’s
Grist and Saw Mills.
The grist mill formerly owned by W
J. Delk, Esq., 3i miles East of Marietta
is now in fine order und grinding done
promptly. Persons wishing a regular
-upply ot Men l ai.d grits delivered at
their houses in Marietta, can make the
arrangements by calling to see me at
once. 1 will also receive corn in Mari
etta on stated days and return meal
with no other charge than the usual toll
Corn ground for Soldiers families free of
t wll - A. F. LORD, Mille: