THE DAILY SUN.
ALEXANDEH M. ETBPIUCNH,)
CUAI.0.C. W1LURORAE, )
r.u4.r »*. *•’*•
the iiim aw thi in wm mi
With . tmw to print, u well M pub
lic ittereeU, we ben tb. pleoaure to an
nounce to our renders (bin morning that
1>j an agreement with the proprietor* of
Tki Cowmronow, Tub Bub will her**I
ter be nergeS in aod eoneoiidated with
that paper. AUeontrartaformbwr.ption
and adrerUmments made with Tn* Be*
will be waeuted and foUUled under the
arrangement made between the proprie
tor* of the two paper*. The nndenfgned,
while having nothing to do with the pro-
priotorahip, will retain an editorial con
nection with the united paper*—no
that all eubeeribeie to Tn Bn
who now take TnOomummoa will, in
addition to hianontribnttonaaathey have
been given through the column* of Tun
Bn, have the inereaaed contribution* of
the preaent large and aole editorial ataff
of Tn OonwrmmoK.
Thl* arrangement, the undenigned
doubt* not, will be not only acceptable
but quite agreeable to all partleaoon
In making tbi* announcement we can
not forbear the ezpreaaion of the deep
regret at that parting from all the prea
ent employee* and editorial aaaoo'atee in
Tn Bn* Oman, which the obange nco-
eaaarily effect*. Our beet wiahea ever at
tend them all.
Ms. Jaum L Millbb, the preaent able
and afBoient manager of the buaineaa
matter* of Tn Bo* offioe, will oontinuo
in that poaition. He ia fully authorized
to oolleot all dua* to Tn Bo* office, and
carry out our agreement with the pro
prietor; of Tn Oommmoi.
Auunm H. BrarmNa.
tST My connection with Tn Bon haa
been no brief and eo little known that it
would aecm unneeeaaary that I should
have any words at parting; bat still I
cannot never my oonneotion with the pa
per without expressing briefly the kind
neae I have received at the bende ol Mr.
Stephens and all eonneoted with the
offioe. Aaaoeiated, aa I have been, more
direotly with Mr. Stephens in the edito
rial department ainoe the first of January
last, 1 now wiah to expreaa publicly the
i of heart and oonrteey
toward# myielf. It ia my Bnoeiw *,h*)
that ho may long live to ble** *<•* bo-
loved State with ms wise ooonaels, and
to do mnoh good ia the oounofla of the
nation towards harmonizing and fraterni
sing the people of all sections.
With all oonneoted with the offioe I
part with regret I have ever found them
oourteoas and obliging. To them I am
under many obligation! for their forbear-
auoe and patience toward me.
The ooneolidation of Thb Bra with 1
Thb CoMonTruoa I think very jndioioun
and proper. The oomblned oiroulation
of the two papers will present to adver
tiser! a medium of communication
■jcaroely equalled liy any paper pnblithed
in the Booth ; and I (hall with the tallest
prosperity to tb* new arrangement.
(X H. 0. Willingham.
The Eolsdic for July ia ou oar table,
and ia probably the moat brilliant num
her of any magaxlnaihat haa been issued
during the year. II haa contributions
from writer! no lean eminent than Pro
I eaaor Tyndall, who wntra of “Niagara
Folia;” Prof eaaor Huxley, who diaooaaea
the “Proolema of the Deep Sea;” Pro
faaaorMaxMnllar, whoan “Lecture* on
Mr. Darwin'* Philosophy of Language”
are the moat important of raoant attacks
on “Darwinism;" and Mr. Tom Hughes,
who treats Hi a meat suggestive manner
of the various “Problems of OhriUsa-
Other valuable papers are “Oharles,
Comte deMontalembert;" “Look Napo
leon, Pointed by e Contemporary;"
“HouMSpnn Bongs," by Bam Bliek,
Jr.; “Maflageriag;’* “Northumberland
Hoorn and the Pereya;" “Borne One
Pay*" “Too Boon;” and "Oo|* M. P.
Maary." There la a fine parts*)! at Cap
tain Maury, tad the Editorial Depart
ment* have the customary interest and
This number begins * new volume,
and offer* a favorable opportunity to
Published by £. R Patton. 106 Fulton
Street, New Fork. Terms, tS a year;
two eoptm, 19. Single number, 45
MoManoai.—The Faria correspondent
of the London Nates describes President
McMahna a* a man of military appear-
anos, his oarriage aaeot, cut ha walks
stiffly i» oonaaqnenoe of the hip-wound
he met with at Sedan. His blue eyas,
whioh are art does together, express
quickness of observation, bat neither
keen penetration nor intellectual power.
The pkyrtagnomy in Irish, bat without *
glees* of Irish mirth or humor, tbeeoan-
tennnon being sorrowful.” The seme
writer adds lhak “McMahon he* not the
faintest perception ot the ludicrous, and
that hi* imagination It *SaUy led away by
the peaap* and ahowa of Ufa. Hia mind
haa a certain epio tendency whioh, J al
lied to intellectual power, would make
him one of the greeted men of the oen-
tnry. Bat anlortunetely hia will end in
tellect are both feeble."
the Biiaaorr kiubai.u.
The firm of H. L & E. N. Kimball,
and II. L Kiiig)*JI individually, have
filed their petition in baukraplcjr in the
Dial riot Court of Massaehnaetta, end the
Doited Slate* Marshal haa sent out
printed notioes to the creditors ol the
Kimballs, inviting then to attend a m eet
ing, which waa to have been held at Boo-
ton on the 14th June, to choose an as
Thee* notioes give the following as the
names of Uie creditors, with tli6 amounts
doe to each, viz:
Morton. Bllw k Oo„ Now York, about I 15.(00
Morton .IIiIm k Co , New York, sbonl...... 05 0to
fifertou- Bliss ft CD., t ew York, about...... 90.000
Commercial Warehouse aud Security Oc., _
New York, about - Ws.000
Fultou National Dank, bruokltn, N. Y.,about 36.
J. Boorinan Johnson k Co., Naw York, about 80,
Bu naall Sage. New York, about Ml,
Unitm Trust Co., Maw Y«»rk. about 76,OiO
Bicliard Irwiu k Co., New York, about 100 000
Broadway bank, Maw York, about 183.000
Melropol.Uh Having* bank. Naw York, about 78.000
Brooklyn Hat. Batik, Brooklyn, N. Y .about.. 100.000
Adam* Kiprwt Co., Maw York, about 60,099
Kidd, Pearce k Co., Maw York, about. 376,090
Du Kham k Co., N- w Yoik, about 3,400
Henry Clawa k Co ,New York, about 1,000,000
H. K. Tliurbar k Co. Maw York, about 60.000
Gilead a. tolUt k Co., Maw York, about.... 300.9JO
Tredsgar Iron Work*, Maw York, about..... 60,' 00
Marina MaUonal Bank. Maw Yt rk, about.... 80,000
H H ln»elaud. Maw York. - 86.000
Grant, Alexander k Co., Atlanta, Ga 34,000
Lapham, Aduilnlatrator, Milwaukee, Wla..... 62,000
Pittsburgh Locomotive Worka, Pittsburgh
Henry 8. Welle, Mew York
Hoyt k Jobm, Atlanta, Ga 4.6 H)
O U Jours, Atlanta, Ga. 0.600
H K Tburber A Co. Mow Yor , about 25 000
A J WMtou, Naw Yotk. about 10.000
■ M Kimball, Atlanta. Ga, about 41.000
J 0 Kimball, Atlanta, about 3.U00
Georgia National Sauk, Atlanta about 46,000
Jas A Borne, Attorney, about 300,000
George Cook, Naw Daven, Couu,about. 6.000
Bnfos B Bull, Atlanta, about... 36,000
Georgia Baliway Gontra.tlug Company, At*
lanta, about... 76.000
B H Brown, about
Fisher k Bird, New York, about
hlcbard Gage, Peril*nd, Me, about 3.800
Hoyt b Junee, AtUntaJiDoot 4,000
O H Jones % Go, Atlanta, about “**“
J G bears, Griffin, U*. about
Kidd, P»aroa k Co, Naw York, about 05,000
U K Tburber k Go, Naw York 40,100
pxaaoiUL cuKDiroBB or
Baaaell Saga, New York $376,000
H A Johnsou, N»w York 67,000
Palcn k Go, Naw York 6,600
Joba lllce, Atlanta, Ga.. 118,000
Joseph Tbompaon. Atlanta. Ga. 46,(XO
Kb bard Peters, Atlanta. Ga 6.00o
Jubn P. King, Atlanta, Oa '\Ooo
Lepbam, adminletrator, Miiwankle, Wla 62.000
Goo. Goob, Naw Haven, Conn 26,000
F. Krutins. Naw York 92.800
Nlcol k Davldeon, New York 12,000
Purdy ft Go., New York 6,000
W. ft J. bloaue. Mew York 18,000
W. H Jonkius, New York 6,300
B. Hhauiuger, Naw Haven, Conn 3.000
L. Gander, New H»ven. Oocn 3,300
Kimbsil Brothers, boston, Maes 6,000
Eliot National Bank, B atoc, Maas 13,077
Fleher ft Bird, New York
Griffith ft Tboiras, New York
J. G. boars, Urlffln, Ga 40.UOO
We print the list in foil, just as it ia
sent oat. It foots ap over four million,
jit, hundred thousand dollars / Kimball
always does things on a big scale. His
numerous failurea are as grand aa hia big
No donbt this list is, in some respects,
exaggerated in amounts, to make it have
bwtlr thilA -in nthar Maneeb
his owing the modest, voracious and im
maculate Clews, a million, is very im
probable. Clews was a partner of Kim
ball iu his Brunswick and Albany Rail
road, and Oartenville and' Van Wert en
terprise*—a Director and Treaanrer, we
believe, in both. It ia not probable
Kimball owe* him muob, if anything—
let alone the gigantio sum of one million.
Clew* haa a claim against the State for
■omething near SCO,000, which he alleges
i* for commissions on aales of bonds and
expended on aoooant of the State
whil* be waa Bullock's flnanaial agent of
Georgia; bat he baa, so far, tailed to sat
iety anybody tkat his eliim is jnst. He
oleims to have sold a large amount of
Kimball and Bullock's fraudulent ponds,
and wants the Slate to recognize and pay
these, but we believe it is generally
doubted whether he has made the
sales he claims to have made. Some
pereons are unobaritable enough
to anspect that the “ring' 1 would have a
large (lice apieo if Georgia could bo in-
daoed to pay theoo so-o.llod bonds; and
■ome others, still more ao, suggest that
Clews’ little aueoant of Lear 960,000, and
this little million item in Kimball's bank
rupt exhibit, areahams—the object being
to get the Stan to reoognize and pay the
The item of 976,000 owing to the
"Georgia Hallway Contracting Com
puny," ia snggeetive. This company waa
a sort of Credit Mobiher affair for Kim
ball's convenience. The "Company”
ooniiated of tho two Kimballs' who asso
ciated themselves together lor the par
pens of taking oontraote lo build rail-
roods, end they let ont their oontraote
to themselves. It will *l*o be notioed
that E. N. Kimball ia, himself, pat down
a* a creditor to the amount of “about”
Thar acknowledge owing to Jan A.
Barns, Attorney, Atlanta, Go., the snug
sum of 9200,000. Very few persons know
Mr. Barns. He is a oarpat-bagger—has
been a clerk, working for a salary-first,
we believe, at the Bta'e Hoed—next in
this Capitol, and afterwards in Kimball's
office. We know nothing against bits.
We do noc suppose he ever owned or
earned anything more than a moderate
The items dne Dr. Joeepn Thompson,
Richard Peters and John P. King, are
tor the pnrohaae money of the ground
whereon the Kimball Home eland*. Of
coarse, they will lose nothing.
The amount dne John Rio*—9118,000
—is for money loaned, to aeonre which
h* holds a mortgage oa the Kimball
Hoots. The people of this city are
aware that thia property wo* sold by the
Sheriff, under* bail derm' lien judgment,
and bought oy Joseph Thompson A Co.,
who now hold it. tft. Rioe, we are told,
allowed Uue sale to be mad* and tue
Sheriff to pees hi* t-tle to, and pat the
purchaser* in possession of the property,
relying upon hia mortgage to keep him
seonre, without, iu tne moan time, tak
ing any steps to have bis claim recog.
niced, so that it is doubtful if ho will be
able to recover anything.
Oeo. Cook, New Haven, is the father-
in-law of tbe two Kimballs. Ho was
here and understood to be a partner and
an active pirticipator in all their enter
Kimball nays lie owes Rufus B. Ball-
Cock) 92(!,i 00—which, to our mind, la as
improbable as some other items we have
But we fail to find ia this list of Kim
ball's creditor- an item of 960,000 which
be owes to the Republic Life Iosuraaae
Company of Chicago, and to secoie
whioh be gave a mortgage on tbe ( resent
Capitol bailding in this eity, before Bul
lock's Legislature boaght it. Kimball
was paid in full for it, bat tbe mortgage
is still unsatisfied, and tbe State of
Georgia will have it to pay.
We tail, also, to find in tbe list a debt
of some 828,000 which Kimball owes tbe
city of Atlanta; aod other items might
be named which are not ou the exhibit.
We notice several names and amounts
duplicated or repeated on the list—no
doubt either through carelessness or for
tbe purpose of making a grand exhibit
We might make other comments, but
foroear for tbe present.
Georgia bos suffered greatly through
the operations of H. I. Kimball, as well
as Bullock, Blodget, el. al„ but we ought
to be tbankful that it is no' worse than it
is. Other Southern States arc still un
der the heel of wioked usurping plunder-
ers, while all the conspicuous leaders of
the Georgia gang havn loft our soil to es
cape the punishment which our laws im
pose for their mimes. The career of tbe
trumvirate—Kimball, Bullock aud Blod
gett—was cut shorter than they calcula
ted upon. It had a sadden collapse be
fore the time they had appointed, for
which let as oontinueto I e thankful, and
watch for the fn-ure.
The fifteenth annual meeting of the
Bunker Hill Monument Association bos
just been held. Daring the past year
six thousand five hundred and ninety-
six dollars were paid into tbe treasury.
Five thousand eight hundred and eighty-
eight dollars ci this was paid by seventy-
nine thousand nine hundred and forty-
four visitors. It is now proposed to
erect a lodge near the monument, and,
says tbe address of tbe Association: “A
variety of useful and ornamental objects,
illustrative of the revolutionary epoch,
oommomorative worzroT art, wnr net
then be wanting. Many interesting me
mentoes of this sort might have been al
ready scoured if a permanent bailding
had been erected for their reoeptfon.”
J OHN wTbESSMAN,
Whulssal* Leslsr la choice Liquor-, sad
Ascot tor John ulbaon'. Son A Co., pbllMlelphl*.
281 BHUA1J HTBKLT.
286 BUG AD SIBEET.
M yers a mabou^
Jobber a of Dry Goods. Notion*. Boota and
toti<x;S. Ham. and ClotliinH.
274 BEGAD HTKEET.
J. MYEB8. 8. MABCU8.
C ENTRAL HOI Elf,
Mrs. THOMAS, PropriatroM.
( 1REENE & R0S8IGN0L,
If Buuceuora to Wo. li. Tuti, Importers and
Dealers In Droga, Chemical*, Ksaemial Olla, Corkf,
BpougM, and Druggists* Hnndriea.
364 BROAD STREET.
a KectUVer sad Whol.nl. Liquor De.'.r,
CHAUbKhTUN, S. V.
B ank of charleston, (N. Bk’g
Association,) 13 broad Btreet.
Wiu. B. BURDEN. A. N. JOH^HTON,
Ay Capital, f 6U0 <iOO.
slDWIN BATES & CO., ~
IA 134 MEETING STREET.
X W. MARSHALL A CO.,
]JO 1*3 MEETING 8' BEET.
r OHNSTON, CREWS A^CO.,
41 HAYNE BTiiEET.
rOHN O. MILNOR A CO.,
I 136 MEETING BTREET.
ART A GO.,
89 HAYNE BTREET.
Mi LiJTMtm f. r*jrc r no* on, jro i mojv a
jjyu jutui tm noons.
HOOTS Jijrn HUOHB.
B. STODPARD A CO.,
166 MEETING STREET.
M. BRISTOL Li A CO.,
145 MEETING STREET.
ha Tn, (.’a j-s.ao.
DMONDB T.' RROWN, (of late firm
F. D. Fundus.) <5 H*V>E STttZKT.
BOU WHITE !
Bob White Bob White;
Bub White! Bob White! Bob White!
«>EO. ir. MjJijraHORJTE * CO.,
la pronounced by GonnolMura to be the FINEST
SMOKING TOBACCO Manufactured in the United
States, aud equal to the finest Imported Gtgire.
For.Klcliness’and,Purity iRbas no Kiral,
Haring received GOLD and SILVER MEDALS, and
DIFLOMA8, ftc., at the State Fair* of
Virginia, Louisiana and Texas.
FOR SALE BY
W. U. HUBBARD ft CO.
B. F. MADDOX.
BOROUGHS ft WING.
DEHRMAN ft KUHBT,
B. L. DANN,
And Tobeooo Dealers over the United States
•X. IX. ANDERHON A CO.,
MO Alabama Btreet, Atlanta,
A BE now prepared to furnish Planter* with tht
Mowers aud ilea per*,
Scythes aud Cradles
Threshers aud Powers,
With or without Beperator*. Also Lave a geueral as*
INCLUDING PLOWS. FEED GUTTERS,
HARROWS, PUMPS. WAGONS, ftO.
BBGWN'S CELEBRATED COTTON GIN,
TEXAS COTTON PRESS,
BLANDY’S STEAM ENGINES AMD SAW MILLS
Cell ead see ua before purchasing elsewhere.
■ayt J. H AMDKRSoN ft CO.
Grand Summer Resort!!
WHORE who deilre relief from the duet and toil
JL of City Lite, can avail theuaelvea of the
*i riJTE ohm ru
OUT TO THB
Where ample preparations have been made for
the enjoyment of the public.
i Hall 225 Feet ia Length, 70 feet Vile
U» Spleudid floor end all uturr arraugemeata
am fori and pleasure, to be uaed !»r dancing
end feetive parpoeee. Alar,
▲ Beautiful Taate e,
With boaU for the amuaement of gueets. The
ground are free to Plc-NIc parties. Ample arrange-
Svauery; a Beautiful Drive on the Base Track; a
Bow upon the Lake; Splendid Water; refrethmcuia
of every Ceeeriptlor.aud the nmueroaa other la-
duoementa to enjoyment, render Uue one of the
Bioet desirable reeoru in the SobUi. eprU-
XCUK8ION TI O K E i B.
*. the aeaaon haa arrived when many of oar oiU.
me end pleeaare etakera wand thud' Bay to the
variooa autnmer reeoru, both South and North,
aeveral railroad compudea. having tna corniert and
con /enienee of the pleaeure aeekera at heart, have
put on sale exeuraion tickeu at vary reduced rater,
toaevarmi hundred polate la the Northern Steiea.
Canada ead Mew Brunewlek. at the General Railroad
Pamenger Office Mo. 4 U. L Kunball Hotue.
Circulare describing the varioua route*, aleo giving
the rate# of fare, can be obtained at the office or by
adoreaalng R D.,r “ * r *
House, AUanr "*
G EO. W. WILLIAMS * CO.,
1 aud 3 HAYNE Si BEET.
H enry bischoff & co.,
101 and 100 EAST BAY.
O F. WIETERB,
ft 181 EAST BAY.
S teffens, werner & duckeb,
Ud hast bay, 38,30 ft 33 Vendue Range.
W H. CHAFEE A CO.,
ft 06 and »U7 EAST BAY.
nmvna jab ihjsjujc* lb,
OWJE, MOISE & DAVIS,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
MEE'.ING ST., corner HeSEL.
mum ommiE mum Diimoii
Book ,nu new-i pai m
jiTlAJrTji r.u‘t:n jun.i.a,
JAMES ORMOND Propuet.
BC&' Refers to tuia -beet i a -i-eaimea ol New* Paper.
(ROCKERY GLASSWARE, %'•
.si< hHint: k vn.
Importers ^4 J uoc s c Crockery, Plai'fdre
hotel at naioon fixxukuh.
NO GOODS t>1 RETAI L
DECATUR HTHEET 1. tXttULL nOPl
1ARRIAGES. EI7GGIES AND WAGONS.
j. j. eoKo,
Manofbo urer and Dealer in
ro eucGhs, spent iu iioi mu mm
CORNER FBVOB AND UNE UTREET8.
LOCKS, WATCHES AND TEWEI >RY.
The Hetlsble Jewelry Htore,
SOLD AND SILVER WAT'IBKH, STAND* HU SOLD eBAOtr. CLO
OOLD-HEADED CASES, SOLID SILVER WARE. ARD A
OB EKALASHORTURNTOF KM* JEWELRY.
pu t r * co..
LAl'EHT STYLES OF UFIR*
PMTtor Suit-. Ohamher Su to, Uining-Hooiu
Suits, Office (furniture, a d Put uilure Of
I SAN' BLOCK
I RAIN, MEATS, FLOUR <fcf.
STERUEJTS K FE rjjV,
General Commission Merchants
IFOB8YTK8TBRJET, NMftB -HK OA. 1TOL.
#otunHjr tfJrn^juomhhtmv vhvmth.
C HART A CO.,
• 65. 67 and 69, MABKEI STREhT.
P AUL WELCH & CO.,
216 EAST BAY.
E d win batBo a cu,
124 MEE11NG bTBEBT.
i L. FALK & CO.,
• 393 KING ST MEET.
J OHN G. MILNER & CO.,
136 MEETING STREET.
noon, HLMJS Ji 4JTU bUBH tJiVTOKY.
8J NH, MLiJrUB dijru no*MB.
68 Eaat Bay, 112 Atlantic Wharf.
CiHJBHB Jijrn T0ILMCCO.
ANTOUE & CO., Proprietors of the
, charieatou Dranch Havana Cigar Factory,
LaValenUoa," 118 KASl' BAY.
TiJS'BMi THB JTLUMHHHS, HOOHS
JUTU TOO LB.
M/ lLLlAM bilLPHERL A CO.; ^
ff 30 HAYNE STREET.
S UMMEY & NEWTON?
Whoieeala ihd Retail Deaiera in Hardware,
Agricultural Implemeuia, fto.
/CHILDS, NICKERSON *CO.,
Deaiera in Hardware, Iron, Natia, Mill find-
inga. Agricultural Implementi, Chicago Farm
A L. DORSEY,
ft Dealer In Dry Goo da, Orocerioa and ae-
■urved Morchandiae, and Agent lor he justly cele
brated Sea Fowl Guano.
TIEUPREE S OPERA HOUSE,
M-W Complete in all lta appoluuu nw, ieating
capacity 890 pereoua. apply to
LUCKY ft YANCEY.
ANN A REYES,
\J|" Sale ft Livery Stablea.
A. D. CL1NAKO, Proprietor.
OTUUMkirs HALL Wahuinoton, Gkobou,
O FOu Balia, Concerta, lheairea, fto., apply I
mavl3—tilliaiil. JOHN D. FLUID,
M alcolm h. joh'nston,
(Late or Georgia.)
ikttornoy a t Jb a w,
NC. 81, Bs. PAUL oILKXT,
Baltimore, Alary laad,
J AMES a BARTON, Attornsy and
Oouneellor at Law and Beal EaUP> Agent, Con
yers, Ga., will practice in tba Superior ana Supreme
Courts of Georgia. Office first door eaat of Court
Uouae Building, Deoatur st.oet.
a*~ Special attentiuu given to Collectiona.
ai.ni l dly.
J OHN P. BEDDING, Attorney at Law. Barnes.
rills, Ga, will give strict athnuoa to boameaa
entrusted to hia care. myzly
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS!
Meal Coffee, sugar, Moiaaaea, Tobacco, ftc., fto
Addreas A. K. 8EAGO.
my Uditftw . Atianta, Oft.
J. C. K B. F. IETLFy
- ORMER PRYOR AMD DECATUR BTRECIR.
ARD WARE, CUTLERY, & o.
TO.ff.fltr, STEtE.IRT If BECML,
fieri . t hinfl* Mmchimn, Byemmort Fewd/r Campmmm't MM •«*
UltmUmy I’rtwler, Mill 61mm ead MolIImgr Clolho,
GOB -ERDEOATUBAND PBYOBS1 RBBrs. Inhontoi tue n-' -mus»u_
Implements, -jiaohinery, &o.
Jn irk ir. joiursojr;
ipicoltunl Implements, MacAianry Chemicals,
.Guano, Seeds, Live Ntock.r
DcGIV<£’8 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK ...MtRIElTA STHEh.
AINTS, OILS. LAMPS, GLASS, Etc. I to
CARE BIT, D VCR If co..
Atlaota Branch Great Sontbern Oil aid Pa nt Vcrks
. . . 35 South Pryor street.
American Varnishes, Psluia aud Palm OiU, Kentucky Pur j White lea
Gift—. Lamps and Flxtnrae, at the vary lowest ralaa.
ASH, BLINDS AND DOORS.
J. C. RECK Sr VO.y
DEAL. BR8 IN
DOORS, MOULDINGS, lUHETS.INIIISJIIL BUSS S«SH;fll IIP
JOOBNIB LOYD fiTBfiSr AND GEORGIA BAILdOAO,
OPPOSITE GENERAL PAfiSENGEB DEPOT.
rOVES, HOUSEFURNISHfNG GOODS. Etc.
HVJTjriCUTT If HEELM BRATUS,
Pfo. O HillIGTl’A STRBBT,
PLUMBEBS, 8TEA.M AND G.U FirTERS, CQPPjltt
Smith*, Sheet Iron Work, and Tin Ruoffiinr. Dealt-*
in ritovea, Tin Ware, Grates, Pump*, Hose, Tm
Plate, Shaa^Oopper, Bbeet Iron, B’eam Pipe.
**. eta, -ta, etc
zrz BKWBH i.rn.
BOOT, SHOE AMI) HAT STORE.
JUST OPENED AT
75 WLLlteLLH.il Street.
BARREiT, COKER A CO.
KITE Beg to annonnoe to t^ooltlaana of Atlanta that we have opened at the locatio above naa*da «
BOOT, SHOE A.3ST10 HAT WTOF16J
WE propoea keeping first olaae GO JDi. which we shall sell an low aa any hones to "a City. Gif o oa •*
BARRETT, COK tv R 4.UO.
Flour,. Grain and General Produce,
NO. Ji7 ALABAMA 8THEET-