IVY F. THOMPSON' Aztoeura Rnrtoa.
CEDARTOWN, GA., OCT, 17, 1H74.
FOR CONORKMR, 7T1I DI8T.
I>r. Wm, H. Felton,
OP BARTOW COUNTY.
The I'Alltleal ftltuullon.
Tlio political situation iu this Con
gressional District in rather anomalous
It is ratlior nn uncommon thing to two
a nominee abandon tho fluid. It in a
confession of his weakness, and an
admission that tho couvonlion at
Calhoun wan not f.litly conducted.
Public opinion has driven Col. Tram-
moil from tho fluid, and it luui pro von
that tho wishes of tho pcoplo must bu
consulted. It was ft triumph of prin
ciples over tho intriguoa and trickery
of "rings"—a grand triumph of tho
pcoplo over politicians. A doaporato
atrugglo ha« boon made by the politi
cians to hunt Ain Col. Trnmmull, but to
uo avail. This iu ono election in
which tho pooplo aro dutorinined to
discard iMfliticiaus and net for thorn-
MolvoiL They nro now upon tho right
course and for tho right man, I)r.
Fulton. Thoy c.uiuot And a truer
uian, a noblur putt iot, or a more do-
voted Chriatiau gontloman. Ho be
longs to no ring or political cliquo,
but is oHsoutially tho pooplu’s man.
Wo soo that ft man nainod JIarhin
has announced himself u Radical can
didate for Congress. Who will boat
him? Wo nay Dr. Fulton; and why?
Jiocatino Col. Trammers ucts provo
that Felton is tho strongest mutt. Ho
alono, at this junction of affairs, iu ablo
to win tho fight and givo a triumph
Tho convention that moots at Romo
next Monday should simply endorse
Dr. Felton, or accept Trammoll’s
abandonment of tho field, and ud-
jouru. If they do not do this, it will
allow ft determiuation not to obey
tho voioo of tho pooplo, and the con
test botwoou wiro-workiug politicians
and tho pooplo will go on. Tho first
Tuesday iu November will bring a
grand triumph to tho Democracy.
Tho pooplo aro for Felton, amt the
politicians for anybody else. They
don’t want Felton, because they know
thoy can’t “ring" him.
CAimuisvlLLS, Ga., Ool. 13,187-1
Editors Itovrd:—Iu your paper of
tho 10th, ft correspondent of yours
over tho numo of “Polk,” spunking of
tho meeting of tho executive commit
ted boro sayu :
"I met an old friend from ono of tho
uppor oountios of tho district, who
Raid to mo, after tho usual salutation,
that there woro only two women ond
ouo wuu in tho world who know
whoro ho was, and thov woro all.
"Wull," Bays I, "wlnit of luat; wlmt
aro you hero for?" “Why, I
motubor of tho oxooutivo cotnmRloo,
and was called hero by a letter from
John W. Wofford, marked •jxrsonal
and jtrivultto attend a mootiug of
tho executivo coiuiuittoo.’ r
I beg to say: Tho atat.mont that
any member of tho ooxcutivo commit-
too reooived a letter from mo marked
"personal and private” in not the
truth. I address d a circular letter
to each mombor of tho oommittoo.
J t un W. Wofford.
Col. Wofford is mistaken wlion ho
says "Polk" is a correspondent of ours.
If ho will put on liiH “specs" and look
at tho paper again, ho will boo that tho
artiale was copied from tho Atlauta
Mistaken Advkutihiso.—Tho Dotiv. r
(Ool.) Herald, iu a Into number, ox-
jH'ossos tho opinion that the public
can ho better reached through tho
columns of a newspaper of ft fair
circulation, thau"through all tho other
modiuinu, costly circulars, posters,
cards, give-aways and jimoraoks put
togathor. Tho old-oatablishod wotkly
nowspapor is, after all, tho only jud.-
cious medium for advantagous adver
tising. A thousand door's aro open to
welcome it; a IhsusaDd mossougora aro
weekly Hooking tho post-oflloo to re
ceive it; ft thousaud familios look for
its coming, and ton thousand road it
when it. does ooinn, advortisoiuouts and
nil." There is much truth iu this.
Tho thousands of dollars wivslod an
nually upon exponfiivc itlmvrvB, cir
culars and other qui ..tiouabld uioth*
od« of advertising, which, in oouipany
with patent office reports, tlml tlmir
way to the junk shop, would contrib
ute very material aid tow »rd the sup-
of deserving looal p
Dr. Felton n Preacher.
This fact tins been ropoatodly ;
urged during tho canvass as nn ob
jection to Dr. Fulton. Wo aro quite
well aware that tliero is too much
good m.-iiho among the musses for them
not to pcrceivn that tliis game in mi
illustration of tho old saw about
‘drowning men catching at straws.’’
Rut wo can’t help from observing tho
fact that tljnso sumo people huso their
support of Trammell almest entirely
on the fact that ho is tho nominee of
tho Convention, not that ho is not a
proftcbcr. If ho woro a preacher wo
promimo his friends would hardly
think it a g'Xkl reason for opposing
tho uomiuco. If thoy woro sincere la
this argument wo should hoar some
thing from them about tho candidacy
of tho Rev. Gurnet McMillan in the
Fifth District. Wo should havo heard
their thunder agiust McMillan’s prod-
eocsor, tho present incumbent, who iu
also a preacher. Wo believe this ar
gument was not urged against Judge
Wright when ho ran for Congress,
and ynt ho is a preacher. Old J 4m
Colquit, whom Jolm C. Calhoun called
Ins left wing, wus a preacher. Henry
W. Hillard, long a prominent politi
cian iu Alabama, wus ft preacher.
This fuel wan never objected to then,
nnd no one will question the titucMs
of these gcnth-muii for the service of
the Stuto. Dr. Felton U a lay proash-
er never held any ullico iu tho church
which oould conflict with his duty to
his constituents, if elected.
Those who proseribo preachers as a
class would proscribe any other class
of our citizens when occasion required
it for the promotion of their own ends.
Tho effort to do so iu this case might
suggest the possibility, that those who
make it, fear that when good rnon gut
to office, it will not ho quite so oasy a
task to use them iu tho interest of in
dividuals. Tell, us gentlemen, do you
mean to say that no proochor in to ho
allowed to hold oflioe, if you oau pro
vent it. Thoro may bo a few of this
class who dcsiro office, hut wo immug-
ino that fow of thorn will relish right
wol), tho effort to put them under tho
ban of a political oliquo.
—Atlanta A r ti
Tin* Coming Fair.
Tho exhibition of hot your in Mi
con was a memorable illustration of
tho resources of tho state; hut wj imz
nrd nothing in auserting that the
ing fair will oclipso it, and ho tho most
interesting and roinuikublo event
tho annals of tho association. Tho pre
parations mado by tho city iu tigl
thorpe Dark, and tho entries, nppllua
tious for Space, and notices of attend
unco from soctions near and remote
alike iudioato a fair unequalled by any
that has gone before it.
Tho uUondatioo of ncople will cor
tainly ho immonso. Thu contests ho
tween tho scores of military and fir
companion, and tho ro unions of voter
au soldiery would alone draw her
thousands of pooplo. From over
part of tho state come indications tliut
tho pooplo intoud to take unto thorn
selves a short vacatiou for tho purpmn
of iubpucting tho gathered agiionlturul
and moohamoa!‘products of the state,
and tho urtistic oroatfous of her poo
plo—tosoo what tho Tint of tho world
has to offer us, and to shako hands
with their fellow-cUizncs, all of whom
aro coming, too. Wo can oomfortahl,
ocoouuuouato fifty thousand visitor
and nro now morally sure that over
iuoh of availablo space will ho noodod
The exhibition itself will ho one
that will onahlo our visitors from other
statos to from u just idou of our mar
volous rcBOurccH. Thoy will sue dis
played tho products of ovory shade of
cliinat in this wholo country—sugar
and hanauas from along tho Florida
lino, wheat and apploa froifi Urn slopes
of tlio Dluo Ridge, together with tl o
i itorincdiato productions known to
American agriculture all grown in
Georgia soil. Tho display of stock,
especially of blooded stock from Ken
tucky and TenuoBBco, will far cxcoll
all previous offorts iu that direction.
Tho inechnuical dopartmout will
embrace tho results of our own grow
ing industries, bui will not ho con
fined to thorn. It will aim—aud wo
thiuk successfully—to show tlio won-
dciful advancement mado by Ameri
can skill and outerprlso iu myriad iu-
vouUons for tho ooouomy of labor.
Tho latest devices of mau’s ing unity
and a world of imnrovoinonta on ac
cepted models, will ho here, and no
Georgian who intends to koepabroast
of the times should miss this opportu
nity to soo thorn, when ho can do so
at a small espouse of tiiuo and money.
New York, October 7, 1874.—Tho
ProtoBtont Episcopal Convention be
gan this morning in St. Johns Chape),
Vurriek street, whoro tho religious
services of the body woro hold. Tho
elmpel was filled almost to tho doors
by the congregation, and tho aisles
and passages were packed with peo
ple, encroaching ou tho open space iu
trout of tho communion rail. Tho
morning set Vico and communion ser
vice of the Episcopal cbnrob woro cel
ebrated, many prominent divines par
Bishop Sihvin, of Lorchflofd, E ig-
land, preached a soiwou. Bishops
Li*e, ot Delaware, Greene, of M
elmsettfl, Atkinaon, of North Carolina,
On Saturday night two track rail •
rs, namd respectively Roeso and Zach
Aged, laid down uoar the track on tho
orgia railroad, ul tho 53 mile (>ohL
nnd wont to sleep. Hath of them
placed their heuds on tho cross-tics,
nearly touching the track. Rueso’s
house was not more than twenty yards
from where he was lying, and tho only
reason given for the strange conduct
of tho two men in seeking such arcst
ing place and putting tliomselvcs in so
groat daugcr is that they were under
itdlueiico of liquor. They had
short time beforo, according to tho
statement of Aged, boon to a bar-room
and taken several drinks. At ten
tniuuto to 12 o'clock tho up night pass
anger train roachod tho spot whoro
tho two unconcious men woro lying.
Tho cow-ciitchor, or pilot, struck both
sleepers ou the head. Tho ongiuocr,
ho passed, noticed a white object by
tho road, and, fearing that some acci
dent had occurred, Htopod tho train
immediately. Ho then, with the con
ductor, walked hack aud found Rccso
and Aged near the rear cud of tho
train. Aged wan silting up with both
hands clasping bis bond, from which
tho blood was running profusely,
lleeso was lying ou tho ground. Tho
conductor w uL up to tho incumbent
form aud disjovuid thut tlio unforla-
imto man was dead, tho cow-cutoUor
having made a deep wound iu his
head. Aged was only slightly injured.
Reese’s family, u wife and six children,
wero aroiiHod from their slumbers and
informed of the sad fate of tho hus
band aud father. —Augusta Chronicle
Attention ! Du mourn 1*.
Climjitown, Ga., Oct. 0, 1874.
A meeting of tho Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee was held at the
Court House to-day. N. J. Tuioliu
was chosen ns tomporary chairman,
and L. 13. Stoiio as secretary.
J. A. Pock was elected permanent
hairman of the Committee.
Ti»o Committee unanimously do-
lotmiucd that thero should ha a pri
mary election ou first Tuesday iu
November, for county officers. A
committee of three were appointed to
uddross tho pcoplo.
N J. Tumi.in, Tom. Ch'm.
L. 13. Stone, Soo’y.
“Tho number sold is tho true criterion of merit.’’
8EWINQ MACHINE BALES OF 1873
Tlic total of Sewing Machine Salon of 1873, made up from the sworn returns of Sew
ing Macbino patents, show our sales amounted to
Being a large increase over Ibo previous year. In 1872 we sold 43,000 more Ma
chines than any other Company, whereas, in 1871, the salss were
113,254 Machines in Excess of our Highess Competitors
Our Sales have Largely Increased!!
It will hardly he denied, therefore, that the Superiority of the Singer Machines is (ul
ly demonstrated—at all events that their popularity in I he Household is unquestionable
Terms Easy. Payments Light. Call on or address
MIhh "Virginia. Lumpkin,
Local Agent, Codartown, Ga.
or TIIE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Cor. Broad and Alabama Sts., Atlanta, On.
Is the Best of All.
8 M. Agents!
It don’t pay you
£gbt tb* best
onr claims) get
tb# agency sad
sell it. Address -
MUSTIC8.1, ft, 96 ClimWn 8L, H. T.
n O Points of
Perfection of Stitch on nil kind, of (food., willioul change of leni
Qra.l H.nge of Work—find Mu.lln to co.rr. Dover or Sol. I.'
Due of Opcmtion.
SimitUeDy—having »nc hundred le>. pari, than aomo other..
BEI.F-ADJUSTING TENSIONS—nol found hi un; oilier.
r.«. Silk, l.inen Thread, or Olaied Collon, with fajil.lv.
Noiaeleae, or mere nearly .o than any olh.ru u.mg a ahulll..
Durability — few Bearing*—Easy Motion—Hardened l art*.
Very largo Bobbin two or three time* nn large as some others.
10 Convenient Spooler and Durable—ready for use as soou as bobfci
1 Canvenience for Lengthening 3titch-on top, behind the arm.
Swing Preeser Fuot-allowing work to be easily removed.
13 Extra Nix* and Room under Arm—permitting goods to pa*
I Extra Room under Pressor F
16 Needle (’an bo easily 8et.
CAN NOT BE PUT OUT OF “TIME' —has u » Cams
Easily oiled without removing Machine—only
10 Cylindrical h
,n,H of nuojbrvn ... a-™™,r- , llotlo ,, ' f N ; w y luU , cln.lf, of UVhIo
purs, nn.l aU. nluru nomolU.ug ... tho M i||( auJ „f Mich,gun,
way of profit to tlio advertiser.
"Children obey your paroutsA
young ludv having promised her grand-
rniuna that sho would never marry ft
cortniu young mau "ou the face of tho
earth,” repaired '.villi him, uf.er the
old lady's death, to tho Mammoth Cave
Kentucky, aud was married under
George Siuiwe will bo hung on Fri
day, the 27th of November, at Coving
ton. Ho takes ovory thing easy aud
don’t seem to bo troubled in the hast
about his fate.
A largo wildcat was killed on Dried |
Indian Crock, near Major Leo’s plan
tation ou last Tuesday morning. An
old smooth-bore musket iu tho hands ■
of a 15tb amoudmcul did the work. |
also took part ul a muaUlig of
hers (fleet of tho houso of ilcputios
held this morning. Tho following ofli-
curs wero elec tod: President, Dr.* J.
Craig, of Ky.; Hooretivry, Rev. NYni. 8.
Perry, D. D. of tho dioccoso ot Ge or
gia; assititaiit Secretary, Rev. Wm. O.
Williams, D. D, of the diooose of
Georgia; second assistant Secretary,
R. v. G. A. Mallory, of the ihocoso of
Couneticut; third nSsistaut Secretary,
Rev. Charles L. Hutchins D. I)., of
tho diocese of Massaohu^etts; and
Treasurer, Mr. Matthew Matthews, of
tho diocese of Massachusetts.
The election iu Bartow county ou
Wednesday for R< present at ives result
ed in tho election of Neal, and the re
elect iou of Dr. Baker.
Fellow Democrats, Your Exoculivo
Committee, regularly appointed by tho
Domocratn of tlio county in oonven
Uon aKwemblod, aftor carefully con
sidering tho best interest of tho party
havo doterwiuod that wo hold a pri
mary election for county officers;
which oloctiuu will take place ou tlio
first Tuesday in Novoiubor next,
tlio samo tiino and pluccs thut wo veto
for members of Congress. We know,
Fellow-citizens, there aro strong prej
udices in tho minds of tho peo| la
against conventions. Recognising
this fuot, but at tho b.uuo
tiiuo, bolioving that organization,
thorough aud complete, is the
only way by which the party cun ho
hold togathor without demoralization;
wo select this mode by which to choose
At this time, it will he uo trouble
for ovory Democrat to vote for tho
oaudiduto of his choice, and iu this
way we reach the choice of every
inomber of tho paty.
Gcntlciuon, this is fair. Thoro cuu
he no ohance of swindles here; and it
seems to us that every Democrat in
tho county must ho satisfied with this
mode. We have at least douo our
duty, and if tho pooplo whom wo rep
resent do not abide by our action,
(honestly and oonoioncioualy taken)
our skirts aro clear.
Wo direct that only Democrats
bo allowed to vote; and that a seperato
box be kept by a Roparate sot of mana
gers, be used to loceivo the tickets.
Tho managers will ooiiut tho votes,
aud bring thoir talloy shoots with tho
tickets to the court house in Cedar-
town on tho day following tho oloctiou,
when tho committao will examino
them, and tied iro, then aud thero
who aro tho people’s choico as candi
date. If there should aviso any dis
pute or dissatisfaction, the committee
will decido the matter promptly, accor
ding to thoir best judgment, without
favor or affection. Any throe Demo
crats in each district aro competent to
conduct tho oloctiou. Wo hope that
every thinking Democrat iu tho coun
ty will give us his support in our effort
to sustain tho party. Givo us your
aid, not only by your vole, but uso
your iulluetioo with your neighbors
and friends. Uuless wo uro united in
this, as well ns every other coutest, wo
will bo defeated by au enemy who
uro never divided.
^ Julius A. Peek. Chm
ing of IleJuteads. IliireauK, Extension Ta
bled, Tabled of nil klmld, Rocking Chalra,
h riluti'K H|»|int bottom nnfl woo<lcn
Chairs; also am furnidhing tlio fined!
Bed-Room and Parlor Suits
below any jirlcc in Ibo Htale*
Hulls can bo men at my store. My motto,
QUICK SALKS, SMALL PROFITS.
WOODEN WINDOW SHADES,
Very Cheap, all aim*. Old
FUIINITUR E R E PAIR E I)
und mad.- look like new. DonT forget,
yon want good Fainting, cither Mourn c
Sign,, that I am alwoyn ready to go at it •
low prices. Cabinet Hardwares Burca
Knobd. t'aatoraof all aiyk-s and alien, for
unit- and kepi ready lor u«e.
July 25 Bin DAVID AXE.
The Allen House,
0IIAllI.EM II. IIA11 it 19, 1'iiornUTOH.
rpHS I’ronrUdur announces to tho public
1 that be a*4 wnrd a hotel iu this pli
under (ho oami^f The Allan House,
propomklo ctitorlaln hid guueta in t» plain
count ay-like way, without any attempt ni
style or faahioo. For this he ask* eueli
ooinponsntlon a* any roasonahle person will
cheerfully giro, and no ono complain at.
County Cuaton $1 per day; ninglo moo!
6.1 cent*; Board nnd Lodging. P *'
nrd and Lodging, per w
„ „nd fuel extra. Board without lodg
or month, $12 60; per week, $6 00.
j nioald, 60 centn.
THOMPSON K WIKLK
Heal Estate Agents,
i now ofTc-ring the following deidrabl
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
320 Aero Farm--A Bargain
of 320 acre*. 100 cleared and in
mltiration, with good fane*
ling, now dinokc houae and well of good
of the land ia well
of the North and
through thin l«nd,
timbered. The grade
seated in Floyd county, ten mile* from
edartown, and about the damn dial
from Rome, on Silver Creek road. Term*
very ri-axinahle, in fact the cheapest place
North (jeorgia, location conaidcred.
H. D. Crlffln Rosidonco.
(lood new hoiiae, containing five moral
icoly plastered and flniehed, situated
edar alreel, within two hundred yard
big apring, and Ickh than 1-4 mile of Court
Route. Tlio house has three lire plane*
This place will he sold
Dr. Rooso Rcsldcnco,
n Cedar street and near tho *pr
t ia the inoat desirobly located, and <
in most beautiful resldcneoa iu loi
house ia two atories, Qothio style,
•rooms, dining room, kitchen and p
all well finished. Five acre* in I
n ia a rare opportunity for a great bar-
Store Houso and Lot,
own a* tho Reese Drug Store,
hirly feet front, running bnck one hundre<
I. _ month,
ing, pel . . • ■
Hingio meals, 50 cents. Oct. 0, 18» I
Notice t« Debtors and Creditors
/ 1E01URA, Folk Coixtt.—All persona
vT indebted to the estate of David A IUoka
Into of said county, deceased, are hereby
(notified to maka immediate payment; and
hose having claims against said estate will
present them properly made out, within tb
orlboii by law, to the undoraiguod
MARTHA A. RICKS, Adtu'i
/~1 EOHCllA, FOLK COUNTY.—Agr
VJT ble to an order from the Court of Ordi
nary of said county, will bo sold before llr
Court House door, on tho flrit Tuesday 1
November next, between the legal hours c
sale, all the land bololiglng to the estate of
Henry Drummond, deceased, consisting of
lots of land Nos. 1104, 1105 and 1240. inf
21st district and 3d section. Said land
Militated about on« mile North of Autloek
church, good log houses, ucafli and app
orchard, and about thirty-five acres clear
laud, frosh and in a high state of oultiv
Ron. Maid land is sold for the benefit
tho liotr* and creditors of said deceased.
Terms cash. TbleOotober f»th, 1H74.
GEO. L. DRUMMOND, Adiu r.
BARBEE & WOOD
tho public to the fact that we have
Stock and arc constantly receiving,
ALL KINDS OF NOTIONS,
Com. \ N. J. Tumun.
( NY. F. Dajuikn.
Charley Rosses are now foaml dai
ly, i( vro may bhliovo tho telegraphic
nows. It is getting so that i:o town
is considered out* rprising that docs
not telegraph the finding »'f at least
ono tiuo and original Charlie Ross.
Either there is a good dual of hUtnbng , --------
m the «-l.o.ts tt. t aro oom.ta.Dtly ““V’dAircdT"71
coining ill, or else a great many littlo ‘
waifs 111*0 misteriously floatiug around j
the country.—At'anta Constitution.
YV ooF&. Fur 1 Iats
Sugar, Coffee, Syrup, Mea
FLOTJ rt nnd
Which we will sell as cheap as aiq
town for tho CASH. Call and examine
before purchasing. juno 20
hicli ia a t
framed Moro house, (loud butln*
lion. The belt bargnin yet ofTcred
A stock of Drugs aud Fixture*.
Frcih and puro.
1 ho 4
boat. Fits guaranteed, and all work
ranted. Try mo and ho conviuocd. Eapi
cial attention paid to renovating
pairing; also cutting for ladies to make
oldered to it.
nutea, ready for use.
en thread, in thin or thick work,
•rgard to site of thread.
1 those all largo, cleaning not often t
loud lb»«t Hteel Shuttle, very durable.
Cannot Oil the Thread, bee »u*c the shuttle entirely enclose* the bobbin
not toon wear out—-Un little friction.
Can n«»l mil"* klitcbt-i — peculiar motion of needle bar and shuttle.
I Not liable to break Needle*.
Hnuttle cannot get out of order—has no *
Doe* not change length ol atitch when in
i) Cannot ebang • Tension.
Haa no Tension on bobbin, therefore atitch alike at all times
28 Has straight needle -Sew* very heavy good* with «an
Starting Wheel on Top, avoiding trouble of reaching
30 Can be taken apart an l put together in ten minut
Automatic take-up. making perfect atitch with u
1 Easily threaded, and alike at all times, wilbd
Does not break threads, a* many do.
Easy Motion—Short Crank—easy treadle—can be operated by an irvaltd.
No *huttl* carrier slides to consume power, and require frequent oiling.
d without shuttle lev. r . saving imwor, avoiding complicate.1 m chin ry
raining or lowering I ha Feed.
vice for fastening, netting and removing ne? lie.
lion of Shuttle carrier.
from needle, whether regnlated for long or short stitches,
rarp or split—7 layers woo-l— grain* ran both way*,
rly double* sire of table, niadt
warp, crack nor shrink. b*cai
Sewing Drawer Ib.l c.iiliol .Irop or bre.k 'lown, »e ol
('astor* for e**ily moving the Machine about the room.
4*1 (latliercr that make* any fullne** even between two other piece*.
brotder that u»o* Chenille or Coar*e Silk, &0-, making aud eewing on at onco.
4H Working part* Iboroughly hardened.
Peculiar combination of Needle, Shuttle an 1 Take up motion.
Fart* inlerchangabl*. If any part breaks, a nor piece it e.avily eubstituted.
jfj)~ Exi-*ni*»cxt» Operator* best appreciate the above a lrantnge*.
“Uoinontio" Sowing Mneliino CompnnY,
Broadway, Corner 14th Stroot Union Square, Now York.
“DomoHtio" Sowing Mneliino CompnnY,
No. 4, DoCivos Opera Houso, Mariotta Stroot, Atlanta, Ca.
Sale la I’edartown i>> l.l'.ll l*K IN V McCON.YELL.
80 Feed rode
Feed always slai
Table that cattni
42 Drop-leaf that i
R. -E3- COBB
— WITH —
Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths Etc., Etc,
No. ID SIII'.UTI.U IIIjOI L, HOME, GEORGIA.
AYER & MCDONALD,
No. 71 Broad Street, lloiue, Georgia.
c olfuring this season J. Wlnshlp Cotton (Jins a! ijl 00 p<-r Saw; Pratt’s Cot.
gin* at ? I 00 per Saw; Plwrni* nt 1 00 por saw; Drown’* at $1 50 per Saw-
Brlulcy n Steel Plow*. Clipper Steel Plow, Avery Steel Plow, \very * Cost Plow,
irmer's Friend t’a^t Flew, Rrinley * Ca*t Plow. Wright’* anti friction Horse Power.
(Grangers' llruok*. Eallp** and Shearer'* Cotton Presses, and any Implement manu-
tlio I’nited State*, at Manufacturer'* price*. Hardware, Quns, and Pistols,
nd retail. Wo are always pleased to sho
our good* and price them.
ayer & McDonald.
(Otilfil litlablilhfit Ifoutt in Tuirn.)
JOHN MEUUYMAN A CO'S
l’ATAPSCO GUANO CO.
nd other standard Fortilixers.
nnggiiiB and Ties,
Virginia Salt and Tlastcr Company.
With increased facilities for doing
business and obtaining goods, my long ex
perience in business, make* me confident
that my Stock, Terms nnd Prices, will com-
favorably with those of any other
in Town. I defy good, healthy bus
iness competition. An inspection of my
Good* nnd Price* i* earnestly desirod.
Grateful for poet favors, and the generous
patronage of Polk nnd adjoining counties so
liberally bestowed for the past nice years,
1 -hull strive to merit a continuance of the
WINTERS & NELSON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
MITSICAI. MEUCII AMMSE,
Small Instruments, String nnd Sheet Mu
Agent* for the Celebrated
Marcellus M. Mauck,
Contractor & Painter,
I S now permanently located, and is pre
pared to do House 1 aiming, Graining,
” : th prompt
ing iu the
Will furnish mate-
N. B-—Liberal advances made on gnw-
ing crop*. During the coming cotton sea
son 1 shall, a* in the past, strive to build
up and increase a home cotton and produce
market, having already perfected arrange
ment© for increasing iny facilities for buy
ing aud storing cotton.
Peters, Webb & Co., and Hardman Pianos.
AND TIIE GREAT NEW ENGLAND CO'S
i claim arc the VERY BEST, a id'for Testim
& Nelson, 211 Mnpket street,
( HATTANOOGA, TEtMlSr.
i taken in exchange for
j Cush Customers.
.A.. L. DAVIS,
•noy required. Work solicited
wn and country. Reference: A. Cl.
, J. C. Allen, J. O. NN addell.
Candidaiea ! would you griud your
axo ? if so, go over to Barber & Wood
aud buy a Grind Stone.
Barber & Wood have Saucago
TTTORK done promptly and satisfactorily
\Y All work warranted Twelve Month.*.
Repairing fine watches a specialty
X*ati-icVt & Omberg,
33 Broad St., Rome, Ca.
PKINT E K.S
Pianos, Cabinet Organs,
SMALL INSTRUMENTS. SHEET
MUSIC AND MUSICAL
Plain and Fancy Printing Neat and Cheap
Paper Sacks and fine Wrapping Paper.