Comity Mkktino.— Pursuant to previous ar
rangement, a meeting of citizens from various
parts of the county, was held in the court house
on the 7th inst„ at which Judge J, W. B, Somsbs
presided, and Dr. J. C. Anderson acted as Secre
tary, After deliberation, Judge Joun Harris was
selected as the ablest man to represent this Dis
trict in the Senate. A. W. Evans, Esq., our old
and popular Cleric of the Superior court, was
nominated for the Representative branch of the
Legislature, when the Meeting adjourned, leav
ing the nomination of the other candidate for
the Legislate re to be made by the people of
Conyers. Space forbidsjflour saying anything
mere on this subject,
At 1 o’clock, P. M., October 16, 1865, in the
Presbyterian Church, at Southall, Long Island,
New York, by the Rev. Eplier Whittaker, Mr.
SEP. G. CAMP, of Covington, Go., to Miss
JENNIE BEACH, of Peconio, New York.
At Ne inborn, Ga., October 18, 1866, by the
Her. Walter Brnnan, Mr. J. C. BAILEY to Miss
MARGARET PITTS, both of Newborn.
C. L UOWKKR, JOSEPH HARRIS- I, P. HARRIS.
Respectfully inform the Citizens of Jasper
Cos., that they have opened a splendid Stock
es Goods at
Consisting in part of
MV DRESS MIS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Gents 1 Furnishing Goods,
Gents’ Ladies' and Misses ,
|kots & Sljoes,
HATS cfc? CAPS.
HOSIERY, HOOP SK 1 HIS
Iff o t 1 O n Sr
And Everything else usually kept in a First
Clam DRY GOODS E»tablishmeut.
Xerosiue Oil, and Lamps,
DYE STUFFS, of all Kinds.
CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE.
BA&CtXHCt & ROPE,
And a great many other things too tedious to
will pay the Highest Market Pricee for
all kinds of .COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Give us a Call and Examine our Goods.
Monticello , Ga., Nov. 7, 1805-
Dr- GEO- G CRAWFORD,
Tenders his Services in the Practice of SUR
GERY and MEDICINE to the citizens of Atlanta
and surrounding country. Office at the Drug
Store .of McCainy & Cos.
Atlanta, Kov. 8. *
Dried Peaches Wanted !
690 Bushels Peeled and Unpeeled DRIED
PEACHES, for which the highest Market Price
will be paid. J. H. WILLY,
Commission Merchant, Atlanta, Ga.
” A, PEARSALL,
LOCK AND GUNSMITH
[Late Master Mechanic Augusta Pistol Factory]
Mitchell Street, near Whitehall,
ATLANTA, : : GEORGIA,
yy SewiDg Machines neatly Repaired.
Atlanta, Nov. 8. I—ly.
F. P- RICE,
Comer Whitehall and Decatur Streets,
ATLANTA, : : : : GEORGIA
Buys and Sells Gold, Silver, and all kinds of
Bank Notes, and United States Bonds, Gold Dust,
Atlanta, Nov. 8, 1869. I—3*.
OOA. L OIL
Can be bad, by the Barrel, at the Lowest
Market Rates, of
J. T. JENKINS & CO.,
Corner Pryor and Alabama streets,
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 8,1865. I—lm.1 —lm.
J. H. JAMES,
BANKER AND BROKER
Buys and Sells Gold, Silver, Bonds, Bank Bills,
Gold Dust, and Bullion.
Atlanta, Nov. 8, 1865. I—3m.
HASLETT & JONES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
O R O C E R S,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Keep Constantly on hand a good Stock of Gro
ceries. All Orders will be thankfully received,
and promptly filled
November 7, 1865.
A. K SEAGO.
Established in Business in 1852.
Corner Forsyth and Mitchell Streets,
Atlanta, Nov. 8 I—3m.
J. H. WILLY,
Sells Cotton and all kinds of country Produce,
and solicits consignments from his old friends,
and the public generally.
Refers to J. J. SPENCER, Covington, Gn.
Atlanta, Nov. 8. I—3m.
ft. 11. m’CAMY. R BAREICK.
J C. WIIITNEB* C. 8. NEWTCX.
IypCAMY & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALABAMA ST., ATLANTA, GA.
Country Order3 filled Promptly and
at Lowest Prices.
Prescriptions carefully prepared Day and
Atlanta, Nov. 8. I—3m
Decatur Street, : ; Atlanta Ga-
COAL, WOOD, COOKING AND HEATING
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper Wire, Rivets
Hard, Wooden, and Crockery Ware.
CUTLERY AND CASTINGS,
Also a Large Variety of
November 7, 1865.
Or PL O O JSJ H
West Side, between Hunter and Mitchell Streets,
November 7, 1865.
allen a- gee, & co.
WHOLESALE DIALERS IN
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
IOAPB, FBBPtrMBHT, AC.
Marietta Street, near Broad,
ATLANTA : : t : i r : GEORGIA.
November 8, 1866.
M. n. BILL. A. r. BELL.
B. F. MOORE, BCUDDEB
F o r w a r and. in as
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of
Merchandise, and every description of
Strict attiontion paid to
ATLANTA, : - GEORGIA
Messrs. Horton & Walton, Augusta, (?n.; Stc
vens Thomas, President Bank of Athens, Ga.;
Messrs. Langston, Crnue & Hammock; McCauiy
& Cos.; and Col. J. W. Duncan, Atlanta, Gt; Mess
Dunn it Maugham, Macon, Ga.; Messrs. Robert
Habersham it Sons, Savannah, Ga,; Messrs. Lee
& Norton, Montgomery, Ala.
Atlanta, Ga„ Nov. 8, 1805, I—3m,
A. J. HARALSON. C. D. JACKSON.
rheenix Building, Decatur Street,
ATLANTA : : r: : : : : GEORGIA.
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock
of Groceries of every description. Will give
prompt attention to all consignments, and will
receive and forward all goods entrusted to their
care. Having ample storage room, they are pre
pared to receive consignments of Cotton, Cotton
Yarns, Domestics, Bugging, Rope, Tobacco, Ba
con, Lard, Flour, Corn, Meal, Liquors, Dry Goods,
and Groceries generally, and any other goods
seeking a market. From long experience they
flatter themselves that they will bo able to give
satisfaction to their friends and customers.
Dunn & Mnngham, Macon, Ga.; G. R. Crump,
& Cos., nnd J. Mushier & Cos., Augusta, Ga.; Kile
& Cos., Atlanta. Ga.; Brooks & Cox, Columbus,
On.; Hugh, Moßea, Hardcastle, Gcnnett A Cos.,
Brien & Tiiaxlon, Payne, James & Cos., Treanor
& Cos., Nashville, Tetm.; Hinde A Porter, Cin
cinnati ; J. M. Davis A Cos., Louisville, Ky.
Atlanta, Nov. 8. I—6m.
AINU UEALERS IN 1
Pure Wines, Whiskies, dee,
And a General Assortment of fine and
DF* .A. TXT O "ST
Corner Pryor and Alabama Streets,
Orders from the country will receive pri n.p
nnd immediate attention.
Atlanta, Nov. 8, I—Bm.
Hats and Caps
J. M. HOLBROOK,
Would most respectfully inform the Public and
his old Patrons, that he is now permanently
located at his old Stand, on Whitehall street, at
Sign of the Big Hat,
With a large Stock of well selected
HATS & CAPS
Comprising all the late styles of Gents
and Boys’ Hats.
All of which will be sold tow for CASH,
Country Merchants will find it to t heir interest
to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ATLANTA, :::::: GEORGIA.
Atlanta,Nov. 8. I
Mrs. Jane Wilson,
Would lespectfully inform the people of At
lanta and surrounding country, that ahe has on
hand a large and well selected stock of Ladies
and Gentlemen’s Boots, Shoes, Shawls, Cloaks,
Hats, Caps. Notions, and Toys of every kind,
Latest style of Ladies’ Bonnets and Hats,
Woolen Goods, Hoop Skirts, nnd all kinds of
Ladies’ Dress Goods,
Also, Family Groceries, such as Bacon, Lard,
Cheese, Candles, Soap, and every thing usually
kept in wholesale and retail Family Groceries.
The highest Market Price will be paid for all
kinds of Country Produce.
Decatur Street, Opposite the Park,
Atlanta, Nov, 8. 1—
On Hand and Constantly Arriving at
THREE MILES FROM COVINGTON,
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL FRESH GOODS,
which I will Sell Low for Cash, and will
CORN St MEAL, FODDER,
WHEAT & FLOUR, SHUCKS,
DRIED FRUIT, AITLES St PEACHES.
CHICKENS, IIENS, GEESE.
BUTTER, EGGS, HOMESPUNS,
CHARCOAL, ifcc., Ac., Sto,
COTTON MuiSjoTe TO 12.
A Fine Assortment ot
Fancy Dress Goods,
Assorted, ALPACA, "28 WNSHIRTING <fe SHEETING,
« DELAINES, BLEACHED SHIRTING St SHEETING
“ CASSIMERE, Common it Fine, JEANS, Country and Factory,
And a great many other Dry Goods which can be seen by giving us a call.
Boots & Shoes,
Gents’ Ladies’ Children's, and Freedmen’a
Boots, ' Gaiters. Shoes, Brofaa*-
Gcnta’ Ladies’ Children and Freedman’s
hats and caps.
Comb*, Button*, Needle*, Tbr*»4,
Buckle*, Jewelry, Ribbon*,
Umbrellas Belts, Rocket Books, Spectacle*
a asorto and. T in— Vi/ ar o,
Coffee Pots, Wash Pans, dec.,
BAGGING & ROPE, WELL ROPE’
Plough Lines, Bed Cords, Hardware, Table Cutlery,
Pocket Knives, Carpenters’ Tools, Iron, Assorted, Cheap assorted Nail*,
Ilames, Trace Chains, Axes, Assorted,
ovels, Spades, Smoothing Iron*,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Bluestone, Ao ~ Ac ~
m® ©IL&SS TOSS.
PERFUMERY AND TOILET SOAPS.
Salt, , Molsesea,
Coffee, Tobacco, assorted Brands and Piice*, Rioe,
Cigars, • Snuff,
Mackerel, White Fish, Cheese.
L I G J3! T .
KEROSINE OIL, BY QUART OR
COTTON CARDS CHEAP, A GOOD ARTICLE.
By Pair or Dozen.
And many other Good* too tedious to mention, all Cheap for Cash or Barter.
i wish to buy Tor cash
250 Bales Cotton, 1,500 Bushels Corn, 500 Bushels Wheat, 100 Bushel* Oat*,
250 Bushels Dried Apples, 500 Bushels Dried Peaches,
5000 lbs. Bacon, 10,000 lbs. Pork.
CALL AND SEE BEFORE SELLING.
Htnmbtr 4, 1565.