Run Every Bodt ; To Blair St Bradshaw’s
and get your Goods cheap before they sell out
claim of St. Paula Ep isco”
pal Church, Chattanooga, for @3,040
has been allowed by the Government.
Why not allow damages to all church
es South ? Let the effort be made.
The Baptist Church in this place, a
new brick building completed just be
fore the war, was razed from its very
foundations. The destruction of the
temple at Jeruselem was but little more
effectual, and the members are too poor
to build another one. A little assist
ance (rom that direction would be very
thankfully received by the same.
The world ia astonished at the reduced pri
ce* of goods, at Blair & Biadshaw s store.
Newspaper Laws.— For the instruc
tion and guidance of some who may
possibly need information on the sub
ject, we copy the following:
Postmasters are required to give ad
vice by letter when a subscriber does
not take his paper from the office: and
give the reason for it not being taken.
Neglecting to do so, makes'the post
master responsible to the publisher for
Any person who takes the paper
regularly from the post offiice, whether
Ire lias subscribed or not, is responsi
ble for the payment of the subscription.
Any one ordering bis paper discon
tinued must f>ay all arrearages, or the
publisher may continue to send it until
payment is made, and collect the whole
amount, whether it is taken trom the
offiice or not.
The courts have decided that refu
sing to take a newspaper and periodi
cals from the post office, or removing
and leaving them uncalled for. is pri~
mufade evidence of intentional fraud.
Just arrived. Hoop Skirts for 60 cts.
Ladies’ kid gloves for @1 50; Ladies’
Shoes lor @1 25; at Loewenstein Si
tfarJo. Q. Harwell, ofthis place, has
a fine lot of bar iron on hand, which he
is offering for sale low down for cash.
Cali and sec him at once.
4siy-We hope that the Inferior couit
of this .county will know no man in
the locating of a site for the court
house.. A half dozen different sites
have ail ready hecn proposed. Let the
coil veil iriice«e»f men from the country,
elLtgtfbilitv and area of land, lor the
square, all be looked to. Let us not
now go and stick it in some couped up
corner with no room ;to turnaround,
for the accommodation of a particular
party or parties. Let us make it an
ornament to the place anil a credit to
tlie people of the county. We do not
propose to dictate to the 'Court as to its
duty, as we have abiding confidence
in their judgment and honesty of pur
pose.,"and no private ends to subserve.
They, doubtless, will consult the best
interests of the place and county in the
matter, and locate it accordingly.
My friend where did you get hat fine suit .
from Blair & Bradshaw, -of course, and only
j»aid four dollars ior dt.
Erratum. —We were le-d to make a
false statement, in las' week’s issue of
our paper, by giving too much credence
to “they say.” We stated that two
women had been lodged in jail in this
place for trying to draw rations
mi two successive days by deceiving
tbe Agent of the Freed men’s Bureau.
The imprison me nt part is untrue, but
the Agent assures us that the number
who trv to draw in this way might be
quadrupled and then the number by no
means be exaggerated. As regards the
schoolmistress whipping the boy so
cruelly, it is also false as to her impri
sonment. “They say,” we find, won’t
do for good authority however plausa
ble the story, and, therefore, we shall
endeavor in future to more closely con
fine ourself to what we see and know.
Great rush for Cassimere Suits worth
sl2 00, and sold at §6 00 by Leowen
atein & Pfeifer.
Colonel E. Hulbert.
This gentleman has been appointed
by Major General Pope, chiel of reg
istration for the State of Georgia, with
headquarters at Macon. Colonel HuU
bert is a man of splendid business qual
ities aud acquirements and in every
respect a good appointment.
Just Received, a large lotct Crock
ery and Glass-ware, for sale very low
at Loewensteir Pfeifer’s.
The Southern Baptist Convention
met in Memphis on the 10th instant.
Thirteen Slates are represented by two
hundred delegates. Our townsman.
Dr. P- H. Mell.is the presiding officer.
The Foreign Board of Missions had
expended 22.000—the Domestic Board
$44,000.— Southern Watchman.
’Fm: Cm r i Jlorst Qfkstion again.
—We publish below an orderfrom Gov.
Jenkins in regard to the vexed Court-
House question which has so long di
vided the county and alienated the
feelings of those who should befriends.
We hope the tomahawk is now hur
ried never to be resurrected again.
Gov. Jenkins states that he has in
vestigated the matter thoroughly and
weighed all the evidence deliberately,
and does not find a sufficient cause to
set aside the election, and oiders the
Inferior Court to proceed as if no pro
test had been made.
Now let us, one and all, get our con
sent to let the matter rest here, and be
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ?
M.ilrdoeville, Ga., May Bth, 1867. <
In the matter of ail election, held in the
county of Bartow, on the first Monday in Jan
uary, 1867, to establish anew county site,
and a prote-t against said e'ection, under an
act approved 12th December, 1866, aftercare
ful consideration of the exparte evidence ac
companying said protest, it is held not to prove
sufficiently such fraud or illegality as produced
a resul different from what would otherwise
have obtained, and is, therefore, deemed in
sufficient to overcome the legal presumption
of validity which attaches to elec io s held by
public officers and agents. The question sub
mitted to the people in this election is of pe
culiarly exciting character, and public policy
requires that it be not kept open after a trial,
without conclusive evidence that the popular
will has been defeated. The exparte evidence
might be considered sufficiently suggestive to
justify ihe making of an issue to try the ques
tion of fraud, velnon, if provision were made in
the act, or in tbe general law for such a pro
cedure ; but, as no such provision of law exists,
and, inasmuch as the responsibility of deciding
whether or not certain irregularities complain
ei of changed the result is thrown upon the
Executive, it is
Ordered, As most accordant with jus
and most conducive to the peace and best in
terest ot the county that the protest be over
ruled, and that the Justices of the Inferior
Court of said county proceed as if there had
CHARLES J. JENKINS,
Governor of Georgia.
Executive Department, Milledgeville, Ga.,
May Bth, 1867.
I hereby certify that the f regoing is a cor.
rec*. copy of an Order placed upon the min
utes of this Department.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
Executive Depar incut, the day and year a
bove written. H. J. G. WILLIAMS,
Secretary Lx. Dept.
Tribute ol Respect.
At a meelinu of tho Board of Sunday
School, lor Lumpkin ci unty, held on
the Bili inst , the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously a
Whereas, The all-wise superinten
dent oI the Universe lias taken from
life, and from the society of family and
friends, our former fellow citizen, Mr.
Frederick L). Boartkikld, Sen., who
died recently in the county ot Bartow,
in this State. He was for many years
the able and successful Superintendent
of the Union Sabbath School in the
town of iJahlonega, and will long be
remembered by hundreds of his former
scholars, lor his indefatigable christian
zea.l in behalf of the young. He was
a pioneer in the cause of Sabbath
Schools. His efforts were not without
the richest rewards —as many Christian
men and women, reared under his
kindly insltactions —and who are to
day scattered far and wide over our
country —could most cheerfully testify
It is fitting that this Board —whose
object it is to carry on the work he so
nobly commenced, and worked for al
most alone for many years, should
express, publicly, the loss which it
feels, the country, the church and es
pecially the Sabbath School institution
has sustained in his deallu Be it there
Resolved, That in the death of Fred
erick D. Boartfield, Sen., the cause
of truth, virtue and religion, has lost ail
earnest advocate and friend ; ll.echurch
of which he was a member has sus
tained a loss not easily made up, and a
void lias been created in the family
circle, which only' those who knelt
with him there, can freely appreciate.
Resolved , That we tender our sin
cerest condolence to the family and
friends of the deceased.
Resolve d, That a copy of the above
preamble and resolution be conveyed
to the surviving members ot his family;
and that the editors of the Mountain
Signal and Cartersville Express be
requested to publish the above preamble
and resolutions in their journals.
N. F. Howard, Pres't.
W. P. Price, Seet’y Board.
A Fowl. Proceeding. —The editor of
the Sandersville Georgian advertises
for one thousand chickens. He says
he is getting ready to feed the Metho
dist preachers, at the approaching
District Convention, which is to be
held at that place the last of this
Georgia bartow county.—l'dumu u. tvrag
gtns, having applied to be appointed Gnardiaa of
the person and property of John D. Chastain —a minor
under fourteen Years of age, resident of said county.
This is to cite and admonish all persona concerned, to
be and appear at the next term of the Court of Ordi
nary of said county after the expiration of 30 days
from the first publication of this notice, and shmv
cause, if any they can, why letters of Guardianship
should not be granted the applicant. VS itness my
official Signature. May 10th, HOWARp
Thresli out your Wheat I
T am still the AGENT for the sale of those excellent
1 Kentucky THRESHERS, both four horse and two
horse SIZE*. The recent improvements made on
these THRESHERS render them the most desirable of
any 'hat are now offered for sale. T^ e T * r « T
MANAGED, and not liable to get out tH ORDER.
Orders solicited, the sooner the BE ITTK, so th». tse
MACHINE-may arrive lrigoeti U'lE _ n
wtcatUk.Gr 4pr I? L HC'AF.D
Hay*Messrs. J. W. Burke Sz Uo.,
Macon, ('a., propose to publish a week
ly paper in that city for the benefit of
the Boys and Girls in the State, as soon
as names enough are obtained to au
thorize its publication. They can send
their names now and the money upon
the reception of the first number of the
paper, which will be only 82 a year
for one copy; $5 lor three copies; §8
for five copies; and sls for ten copies.
We hope the girls and boys in this
community will subscribe for it and !
read it instead of yellow back thunder
and murder stories gotten up to sell at
the expense of good inorals. Let one
or more boys in Cartersville become
agents for it and forward the names of
subscribers at once. The first number
will begin the publication of a sequel
to the “Young Marooners!” Let pa
rents encourage their children to sub
scribe for it by furnishing the money.
—There is a child in Montgomery
county, Virginia; which was c hristened
Boy, with ragged trowsers and rimless
chip hat runs into Dr. Fuller's drug
store with a dipper in his hand.
“Doctor, mother sent me to the
shoticary pop quicker’n blazes, cos
bub’s sick with the picken ehox, and
she wants a thimbleful of polly gollic
in this din tipper, cos we dadn’t bot a
goitle, and the kint pup’s got the bine
witters in’t—got any ?”
Telegrapl tc Correction.
[ln the dispatches published yester
day morning from Richmond, which
read as follows : “It is stated, &c., that
the Grand Jury have indicted Vice
President Johnson, Jno C. Breckin
ridge,” &c.. should read “indicted Vice
President Jno. C. Breckenridge,” &c.,
and not “Johnson.” It was a mistake
of the operator receiving it.]
“Blackbird of Song” is the term ap
plied by the London Era to Blind Tom,
who is again performing at St. James’
Hall. His powers of musical in vitalion
are pronounced “superhuman.”
—The Washington ChronUce comes
out strongly in favor of forcing negro
suffrage upon the Northern States by
act of Congress.
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HLOOD BLOOD pills.
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BLOOD riLLo PILLS.
BLOOD AND I PdLLS.
4f rox WHI vs
Scrofula, Syphilis, Shin Dis
ease, 6W Sores, Stilt Elicit in,
Dyspepsia or Jutliyostion,
Liver Complaints, Rheumatism,
Fever and Ague, St. An
Erysipelas, Tumors, Erajdions.
Fits, Scrofulous Con
sumption, etc .
HHM U f
OSE ppfflon writes, tier ilimgliter was cured
of Kits of nine years’ standing, and St. Vitus'
dance of two years.
ANOTHER "writes, his son was cured .after
his flesh had almost wasted away.
The doctors pronounced the ease incurable.
ANOTHER was •cured of Fever and Ague af
ter trying every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sore which
had existed fourteen years.
ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight years.
Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint could be mentioned, in which the
t'uriher and Kills work like tv cLmnn.
THE BLOOD FILLS
Ar« the most active and thorough pHls ttiat
have ever been introduced. They act so <fi
rectlyupon the Liver, exci*ing that organ to
such an extent as that the system dees not re
lapse into its former condition, which is too apt
to l>e tiie case with simply a purgative p!J.
They are really a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL.
and in conjunction with the
Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and
of themselves, will relieve and cure
Headache, Oostiveness, Coiio
Pains, Cholera Morbus,
Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,
Dizziness, (fee., <&o.
Bhould l-e used by convalescents to sir ngtlieo
the proetration which always follows acute
Try these medicines, and you will never re
gret it. A«k your neighbors »ho have used
them, and they will say thev are GOOD
MEDICINES, and yoii should try them be
ore go’bg tor a physician.
PRINCE, WALTON A CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. W. Roback,)
Nos. 58, 68, 80 & 02 E. Third St.,
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
New Goods— Blab: and Bradshaw have received their new and
beautiful Stock of f MU IIS 80HHE9I UtiSS, FOB ill?. Consisting in
Part as follows
and the best
bro’t to Car
A complete as
Ho is cry and
Our stock of
gaiters is com
ing, table linen
cloths and doe
skin, fancy cas
ana plain and
Calico for 10c
for 75 cents.
gaiters for 1,50 !
Hats tor the
wool for 75c 1
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| __ Special Notices.
Know Thy iJestin'..
| M vdamk E. F. T horvton. the great English
As v rolugist, Clairvoyant and Psychromctrican.
who has astonished the scientific classes of the
' Old World, has now located herself at Hud
son. N. V. Mad ame Thornton possesses such
wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable
her to impart knowledge of the greatest int
,.orange to the single or married of either sex.
W hile in a state of trance, she delineates the
very features of the person you are to marry,
anti by the aid of an instrument of intense pow
er. known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees
to produce a life-like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the applicant, together with
date of marriage, position in life, leading traits
of character,&c. This is no huinbug,as thou
sands of testimonials can assert. She will send
when desired a cert lied certificate, or written
guarantee, that the pic'ure is what it purports
to be. By enclosing a small leek of hair, and
stating place of birth, age, disposition, and
complexion, and enclosing fifty cents and
stamp e d envelope addressed to yourself, you
will receive the picture and desired informa
tion by return mail. All communications
sacredly confidential. Address in confidence
\lad\mk E F Thornton, P. O. Box 223, Hud
son, N. Y. march 1, ly
Wonderful but True.
MADAME RE yfINGTON, the worl.l-re
nowned Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clair
voyant while in a clairvoyant state, delineates
the very features of the person yon are to mar
ry, and hy the aid of an instrument ot intense
power, known as the Psychomotrope, guaran
tees to produce a perfect life-like picture of the
future husband or wife of the applicant, with
date of marriage, occupation, leading traits of
character,&c. This is no imposition, as test
imonials wit! out number can assert. By sta ■
ting place of birth, age, disposition, color of
eyes and hair, and enclosirg fifty cents, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you
will receive the picture by return mail, togeth
er with information.
Address in confidence, Madame Ger
trude Remington, P. O. Box 297. West Troy,
N. Y. march 1, ly
For Removing Superfluous
To the ladies especially, this invaluable dep
ilatory recommends itself as being an almost
indispensable article to fema'e beauty, is easi
ly a, plied, does not burn or injure the skin,
but acts directly on the roots. It is warranted
to remove superfluous hair from low foreheads,
or from any part of the body, completely, to
tally and radically exti-pating the same, leav
ing the skin soft, smooth and natural. This is
the only article used by the French, and is the
only real, effectual depilatory in existence, —
Price 75 cents per package, sent post-paid, to
any address, on receipt of an order, by
BE UGER, SHIJTTS <& GO. Chemists,
285 River Street, Troy. N. Y.
’ march l, IBC7. Jy
A Young Lady return
iiig to her country home, sifter a sojourn of a
!cw months in the City, was hardly recognised
by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic
flushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion,
of almost marble smoothness, and instead of
twenty-three she re illy appeared but eighteen.
Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a
change, she plainly told them that she used
the Circassian Ballin, and considered
it an invaluable acquisition to a Lady’s toilet.
By its use any Lady or Gentleman can im
prove tneir persu«ui appearance an hundred
fold. It is simple in is combination, as Na
ture herself is simple, yet unsurpassed in its
efficacy in drawing impurities from, also heal
ing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexion. By its direct action on the cuti
cle it draws from it a'l its impurities, kindly
healing the same, and leaving the surface as
Natureintended it -hould be, clear, soft, smooth
and beautiful. Price sl, sent by Mail or Ex
press, on receipt ©fan order by
W. L. CLARK & Cos., CUr mists,
No. 3 W'est Fayette Str., Syracuse, N. Y.
The only American Agents for the sale ol
the same. march 1, ly
Free to Evci yliody
A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information
of the greatest importance to the young of
It teaches how the homely may become
beautiful, the dispiscd respected, and the for
No young lady or geniishould fail to
send their Address, and receive a copy post
paid, by return mail. Address
mch 1. Cm P. O. Drawer, 21. Troy, N. Y.
Oh ! she Was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curling tendrils soft, entwined.
Enchained the very heart and mind,
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For Curling tlie liair of either
Sex into Wavy and Glossy
Ringlets or Heavy Mas
By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen
can beautify themselves a thousand fold. It
is the only article in the world that will curl
straight hair, and at the satne time give tt a
beautiful, glossy appearance. The Crisper
Coma not only curls the nair, but invigorates,
beautifies, and cleanses it; is highly and de
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete
article of the kind ever offered to the Ameri
can public. The Crisper Ccnta will be sent to
any address, sealed and postpaid for !§>!•
AddfTss all orders to
w. L. CLARK & 00., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse,
march 1, ly Y
The advertiser, having been restored to health In a
few week? bv a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered for several years with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire b, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the directions
for prer» ring and using the same, which they wdl find
a gURECURE for CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRON
( HI iff- COUGHS. COLDS, and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending
the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invaluably and
P Williamsburg, Kings Cos., New Toils.
May Ist, 1367. wly.
ERRORS OF TOUT IE
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nenrotta
Debility Premature. Decay, and all the effects of
vouU fffl indiscretion, w 11, for the sake of suffering
youU.iui i who need it, the receipe and
direction- so" making the simple remedy by which be
w»a cured. Buffereis wishing to profit by the adver
eupr'c cN-*e \ nrt*. rvi 'l' > Hy ad-IrcstsiDg. loj perfect
eonfid p.--. JOHN B O‘iOKV. seeder Street. New
Volk. ilajl.W.. »iv.
PRICES'REDUCED TO SUIT THE THUS
Chamberlain , Cole *sv Boynton,
Are selling, their immense Stock of
At Wholesale and Retail, for Cash Only,
At Prices to suit the T i m es-
Their Stock ofQRESS GOODS comprises everv new stvle in the A iiwrii-au
HOSIERY *■»>*« GLOVES- the largest ever brought t<> Atlanta ;
SILK and POPLIN COVERINGS, am! LACE POINTS variety ;
EMBROIDERIES ami LACE GOODS «» l <‘ V UV tl^eitplion;:
PARASOLS ami SILK UMBREILAS hotly ;
TABLE DAMASKS- NAPKINS- TOWELS- TOWELING and miSH, LINENS *
CURTAIN DAMASKS. Goods tor Men’s and Hoys wear. DOMESTICS a,l< - NOTIONS
aer A Ll* F O II TII E LOW ES T C A Sll Vlsl V K .-©a
April 13 —ly,
No 1 Granite Block, Broad Street,
[ \djanting the Rail-Road,j
n. F. MOOUE, ATLANTA, GA.
Wholesale Dealer in riour, Grain Hay* and
Orders for ary description of Merchandise, promptly filled, and consignments solicited,
April 26, 1867.w3m
MENS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING AT TH£ GATE CITY,
We would respectfully Inform our friends snd the public that wc have just, received one it the largest and
best selected stocks of —,—.—_
.A-UST ID SUMMER CLOTUUIDtTO!
Ever broueht to Atlanta, all of which have been manufactured for us from Ortedi Rmur’ j
Cash, with special reference to the wants of this section. We would respectful y invite all to an examination or
Our Goods and Prices ,
Fecßne confident that we can unit the most economical, as well os most, fa Mid* ** prtce and
Space does not permit to enumerate all the Goods k**pt by us but stifflio tt toi say we have nice
Cassimere Suits for $7 50 to SIO 00,
and upwards. Those acquainted with our Goods, need no* hr told that, our Clu'hinir i« made up by the best
workmen, and of superior goods. In addition to the ab >ve. we kee;*, also, a large stock of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS.
Onns'stirg of PUFKED and PLAIN WHITS SHIRT 3 , FANCY and BROWN LINKS’ SHIRT 3 . UNDERGAR
MENTS, of all sizes Fancy an l Plain TIE 3 , of all description*, Silk ami L.inen Pocket. Hanlkti-o!iUf», (r.-nulim
Gray’s Patent Molded Collar, as well as Glazed and Marseilles Collars, All of which will be sold cheaper than
can be bought elsewhere.
Also, Boots, Slioes, nats, Sole Leather and other Trunks
Carpet Bags and Valises, Eugene and Saratoga Ladies,
Trunks, &c. Before purchasing, please call at the
Gate City Clothing Store by
/A. UOSENFELD & BKO..
Next doer to McCainy & Go’s Drug Store, Whitehall Street,
ir-ii »«. m ... 1 1* ATLANTA, GEORG A.
DRYGOODS! DRV GOOD'S.!
New A r r i v a I.!'
TALLEY. BROWN SB);
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
Are now daily receiving their - j
Spring and Summer Goods!
In addition to their present stock. vvoy wll RECEIVE
WEEKLY, dating tiie coming season, tbo
LATEST STYLES OF DRESS GOODS!
THEY HAVE ON II AND^NOW!
Black and Fancy Silks,
Mosamb ques. Grenadines,
O.gaudie Mus ins,
White and Black Iron Bareges
SWISS, MULL, NAINSOOK and JACONET MUSLINS
White and Fancy Tarlatocs,
Wnite and Fancy Brilliants,
Tu ked Skirt Goods,
Alexand.e’s Kid Gloves —light colors.
MALTESE AND CLUNY LACE COLLARS.
Lace Points, Grenadine Shawls, Ac.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOLICITED,
May 3—v. 6.a.
HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF GEOR
Macon-, GA.,May l«t, 1867.
General Orders, I
No. 6. )
I—The use of the ‘’Chain Gang” as a mode
of legal punishment in this State, baying been
abused bv the authorities empowered to inflict
such punishment, is hereby discontinued, ex
cept in cases connected with prisoners sen
tenced to the Penitentiary.
All Post Cimmanders within the limits of
this State are hereby directed to enforce this
order, and report any action on the part of the
civil authorities, who refuse to obey the same.
By command of Col. CALEB C. SIBLEY,
U * S ' (Signed) JOHN E. HOSMER.
Ist Lieut. Iflth U. S. Infantry,
and A. A, A. I*.
IstLieut. 16th U. S. Infantry and A- A. A G.
one thousand and four iIOO-C mine j .. uher-
Hip Bfcond (2nd) section of originally on r
district of toes cnl * a ’ K .j *... Distribution and
okee. now Bartow Tern)S
aad the payment of the debts WAKKt >,- aKIN,
088 May 8,186 T. L*«*u>r. _
DR. O. PINKERTON,
Carl eravt lit, Georgia.
Tenders his profe-stonali st-vlceet o she eWi of
Cartersville and surrounding count ry, and w ll a teed
ca'ls at all hours. Office up-stairs in Dr. ! Samuel Cluj
ton’s New Brick Buildiag. May 10. lroi.wly
Blair & Bradshaw’s is the place to go t<\to
get your msney back.
I an now receiving from New Y'o?k rulargffi.
'' ~ r roiijjisting of
SHOES. H ITS. HARDWARE.
SADDLERY, STRAW GOODS,
Which I am offering very low for Cash.
Come and see for yourselves.
Kingston, Ga. E. V. JOHNSON.
May 17, 1867.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS !
And New Arrangements.
The nnderslgned takes pleasure In announcing to the
citizens of Cartersville and tnrroundinp country, that
he has just opened out a most splended aad FArill
lON ABLE Stock of
SSS&3T& * tttlKKgft
adapted to the wants of the people, which he proposes
to sell at P ice* to BUIT the TIMES.
Ladies wi 1 liud almost Everything pertaining to their
GENTLEMEN will find M iterial and Furnishing
Goods for Clothing.
Families will find all kinds of goods common for do-
MESTIC USE, ai»o BOOTS, SHOES,
Hats, Bonnets, Hoop Skirts,
Umbrellas &c &e.
Also will keep on hand a large lot of
HE WOULD be h ppy to receive call, at any time
His doors are thrown w dr open, and the invi at on
is to alt. Come and examine his goods and prices.
Next door to A. A. bkionei A Cos.. .v and ju*t below the
Post Office, L FERGUSON,
■T. T. STOCKS sv.th Ferguson.
Cartersville. Ga., May lsi.lsiil.
vJ. W- MAXWELL.
Is prepared to do all kind* of w.rk in Brick and
Btone at short notice. Has on baud a fine lot of newly
burned b.ick and is prepared to do woik Upon the
mast reasonable terms.
Cartmvitle. G . Mbj R.ii. I:C7.