GEORGIA STATS LOTTERY!
t ut Ittf of
THE “MASONIC ORPHAN’S HOME!”
mUK I.egiß'sture of the Bt*'« of Gen-gla. »t H* ie ß '
1 newt»t‘. granted l W. \V. ib.vd >ll t other*. 4 (tr»Dt
,« h-5 i>t a l/rtte-y. o • series of I, t.- !*•- and Asencfe".
to raise money f-.r t’-r pnn*‘*ve <>f bul.utng a Home f r.
and supportin'-' Indigent WM"»i and Ornhans—*> e
11.,me to be called tbe • MASONIC ORPHAN'S HOME."
Trie grantee* have as* < la'ed w th them, *s a Board of
Manage ■*, imwe of the host citizens ol this State, ia
it,.. e t work of benevolence and efiarlty.
We call tiie attention of thtA public to the G and
heheme below, and a k your patronage.
In purcha-triy t . cke'ts you will remember tha* should
y ou fail to draw a pri'/.n that your money *1 It stlictly
kid Masimtcully applied to a charitable work.
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY!
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
'’MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME!'
TO BE DRAWN IN 0-PEN PUBLIC, AT
AT L A N TA, GEOIt G 1 A
Wedunsday, May l V W6T- Class B.
Wednc«(la,v, Jimc l!),18GT-Cla»8 C
Wednesday, July 17,.fSti?- Class D.
.♦Scheme the Same for Each Month.
•TPrize of SSO. 000 is .’sso, 000
1 Brize of 20, 000 is 20,000
1 Brize of If, 000 it 1", 000
1 Brize of 6,0*0 1* 5,000
• ! Brize of 2, 501, f « ( mn
H Prize of 2, 500 f I * re , ’ UO
24 Prizes of fOO are.. 12. 000
55 Prizes of .... 250 are 13, 7501
125 Prizes of 200 a e 25.000
160 Pi Hew of 106 are 16, OUO
9 Approximati on Przes of $5 0 each for
the nine remaining units of the same
■ ten of the No. drawing the $50,000 Brize
•are 4, 500
•y Approximation B.izesof $250 eacli for
tiie nine remali ing units of the nrne
ten of the No. drawing tiie $20,000 l’r.ze
are 2, 250
9 Aporoximalion Prizes of $ 0 teach for
lire nine remsining units of the >ame
•ten of tiie No. drawing the SIO,OOO. Prize
9 Approximation Prizes of SIOO each for
the nine remaining units of the same
, two. of the. No. drawing the $5,000 Pi ize
18 Approximation Prizes of SIOO eacii for
the nine ren aining unit- of tl e same
ten of the Nos. drawing the $2,500
Prizes are 1, SOO
4 .’4 Prizes, amounting to $168,000
Wliolt Tickets, ijfsl’J ; Halve* $6;
'Quarters, $S ; IlitfMs, $1,50,
J37"A11 the Prizes above stated are Brawn at livery
OftCiiesc Great .Lotteries, and
Explanation of Drawings,
The numbers from 1 toßo 000. corresponding with (he
run,tiers on the Ticke s. a> e print, and on separate slips
of paper.a-id euciicled \v Hi suiail placed in
a gla-s wheel. All the prizes in ivecordance with tiie
Scheme. are similarly pr nted an i encircled, and, placed
in anoiher pi iss vhee’. The wheels ere then revolved
end two bold, * I'ruifolded, draw li e Numbers and Pri
zest. One of the boys draws one number from the wheel
of No.-.and at the-same time the oh a boy draws out
one prize from 111 • w heel Os prizes. The t umber and
prize drawn out are exhibited to the audience, and
whftte erprzec mes out is reg's’ered anil placed to ihe
cred't of that number; and this operation is repeated
until all the prizes are drawn out.
The Tickets aie printed in the following style ; They
are divided Into Quarters and eight', printed on tiie face
of the Ticket. Pour Qua f era or eight Eights bearing
the srme number, constitute a Whole Ticket.
SEIZES PA TABLE WITHOUT ; DISCOVIIT
W. W. BOYD,
’Deputy Grand Master, Principal Manager
'BsE”Order3 for Tickets by ma'l or express to be ad
yverted to L. R. lIROADBEX !’, Agent,
Or W. W. BOVU. .Principal Manager.
. April 20—wfjuiie 49 1867. Atlanta. Ga.
GEORGI A.BAItToW COUNTY.—Whereas Mrs It.
C. Bradley ap|4i“s to me for letters of administra
tion on tin-estate of William 11.. Bradley deceased.—
This Is therefore to cite ail coneei ti-d, both kindred
and and credit rs < f said deceased, to show cause, if
any they can, w ithi tiie time prescribed by I iw, wt y
said letters aliould not be gran'ed to s >i*l applicant.
Given under- mV lend and olio iat t i; nature, tl is th j
17tb day of May, 186T.—SOI. ,i. A. HOWARD, Old.
j/TEORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY.-*-'Two Mprvtlia after
VXdate application writ bo made. to Wi-e Court of O. di
nary of bartow-iouniv. Georgia, at tiie tir-f regular
Terin after tiie expiration of Two Months from this
notice for leave to re | i|ie Bands belonging to the
estate of W W..TTPFINB, late of savl county dec used,
for the benefit of the be'rs and Creditor of said de
. ceased: This 10th May 1867 JOHN 11. TIPPINB,
Cd BORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY.—.Two months .after
I da’e application wi 1 lie made to ’WCourt of Ordi-
I nary of said countr, f.ir leave to se'l «11 Hie real ei-tatc
of I). R. Thomas, dece°sed, tying in said State, at. either
public or private sale, f»r the benefit, of the heirs and
creditors of said deceased. April 12, 1567.
P..L. MOON. Adm'r.
■jyY virtue of an order of tho Caurt of ordinary of Rar
-.14t0w county, and by authority oftiielast Will-of John
'Olay ton, lute of Bartow c mut.v, deceas and, will be sold
to tiie highest bidder, at tiie Court house do >r in Oar
tersville, in said c> u ity of Bartow on the first Tuesday
.in .July next, iqpthe legal sa e hours, lot of land number
one ihousaml and four 1004 in tlio twenty fi-o t f2lst)
district of thes< c»nd (2nd) settion-of originally Cher
< koe. now Bartow o->uniy. Sold fo* dlsiiibntion and
•and the payment of the debts of said estate. Terms
c sb. WARIUN AKIN,
May 8, 1567. Executor,
lici’CSYS, Jo in..!, Epperson applies’to. mo
to be retired from his administration on the'
estate of.lames B Epperson, deceased. These
are therefore .to cite Mrs. Sare.li.Epperson and
admonish all and singular the kindred and
.creditors dr’saiii-deceased, to file th* ir objections
•if any they have by the first Monday in Aug
iust, 1867, othenvi.se letters of dismission
>\vill be granted*the applicant at 'that term of
■the court of Ordinary for said county. Given
■under my hand and official signature, this the
2‘Jth day of Jan 18(17.
W K D JKOStt, Ordinary,
(pr’s fee $6
EORGIA. CHEROKEE COUNTY.
WhCFCcIS •- A. Fo.wJ.er Adm til is*
Aralur ol \V 1, Fowler, represents to the
vouri, 'ln iii« petition duly tiled and en
tered on record, that he has fully ad
ministered \Y L Fo\vle r ’s estate. This
is, therefore to cite all persons concern
ed, kindred and creditors, tot how cause
is any they can, why said administrator
should not 4ae i&scbarged fami his nd
jnimstration and receive letters o< «dis
mession, on the first Monday in Sep
tember next. YY U 1) MOSS,
Feb’y. 21st 1867. Ordinary.
£ Printer’s fee SO.]
GEORG! A OHEROKEE COUNTY.
WHEREAS, Leinuel Cook, Adm’r of
Elijah l oderwood, represents to the
oourt, in his peiiuoti duly filed and en
3red on record, tiiat he has fully ad
ministered said estate. This is. there
arc, to cite all persons eonet ri.ed, kin
tred and creditors, tit show cause, ii
any they can, why said administrator
should not be discharged from his ad
ministration, and receive letters of dis
mission on the Ist Monday in July,'oT.
Dec. 3. \Y R D .MOSS. Ord.
(pr's Tec Sfl't
BK. O. PISJ6ERTO.Y,
Teivtur* hiv profvs,i na! nt viefs to the c’tizeni of
CAttrrsiij.r ami c >u-.try, firrf v.ill atrerA
rs Uat ail hou“!*. Oitic-* up-s;s i* Dr Sm.u«l Civ '
lit., s Nvw Br.-.k 14. ijOt.aiy
r J he World Astonished
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ABRROLOUIST,
Madame IX. A. I'LKItIEO.
She reveDi* secrets no mortal ever knew. She res
tore* to har pires* those who, from doleful even’s .ct
»strophe*, ‘-rt.sses in love, loss of relations snd fiieril',
> lost of monev.Ju. have become de«pudent. She brin.s
i tege’iier tti se l- rig separated ; gives information enn
' cerniirg absent friend* and lovers, restores lost or *to-
I en property, tells you the business you are l est qnali.
i tied to pursue and in what you will be moH successfu',
causes spfe.ly marriages and tells you the very day
you will marry, gives you the name, likeness and char,
acteristic* of the person. She reads your very i hough s
and byber a'm'-st supernatursl powers unveiis the
dark and hidden mysteries of the futura. From the
stars we see in tha firmament —llie malefic stajs thato
vercome or predornioate in the configuration—from
| the a spec's and positions of the planets anti the fixed
stars in the heavens at Che time of birth, she deduces
he future destiny of n an. Fail not to consult the
ere te.t Astrolegist on earth. It cos's you but a trifle
si and vou may never again have so favorable an opper
• unity. Consultation fee. with likeness and all desired
i .formation, sl. Pa ties living ate. distance can con
sult the Madame by mail with e«iual -safety and sa is
faction to themselves, as if in person. A full and ex
plici chart, written out with sll inquiries answered and
likeness enclosed, sent try mail on receipt of price a
h..ve menti'-ned. The strictest secrecy will* be main
tained, and all correspondence returned or destroyed.
Ref rences of the highest order furnished those deei
ring them. Write plainly the day of the month and
year in which you were born, enclosing a small lock of
h * r ' Address MADAMS. 11. A. PEEBIGO.
P. O. Drawer 293, BUFFALO, N. Y.
march 1, ly.
There comefh glad tidings of Joy to all,
To young and t o old, to great and to small ;
[Tie beauty which oncejwas so precious and rare,
Is fiee for ul, and all may fair.
Hy llie use «f
For improving and beaut.lying the Complex
The most, valuable and perfect preparation in use.
for giving tiie skin a beautiful pearl-ike tint, that i
only found in youth. It quickiy removes Tan, Freck
les,’ Pimples, Biotc'ie-', Moth, Patches. Sallowjiess, E
rupuons.'aiid all iuipuiities.of the skic, kindly healing
the san e leaving the sk n white and clear as alabaster,
its use cannot tie detec ed hy tiie closest scrutiny ; arid l
b- ing a vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless.
It is Hi- onlv article of the kind used by the French,
arid 1- con idered by the Parisian as an indispensable
to a] e feet toil, t. ’Upwardsof 80,000 bottles w resold
during she past year, a sufficient guarantee of its
efficacy. Price only 73 cents Sent by mail, post-said,
on receipt of sn order, by BKHGER. sHUTTS He Cos.
Chemists, 285 R.ver Street, Troy, N. Y.
SUFFER NO M O'RI!
Wlien'by the use of DII. JOINYILLE’S FLIXIH you
can lie cured permanently, and at a trifling cost,
Tiie astonishing success which has attended this in
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness,
General Debility and Prostration, Boss of Museulsr
Energy- Impotencv. or any of tiie cor-sequences ot
youthful indiscre ion, l enders it the most valuablepre
parat on ever discovered.
I' w II remove all nervous ader tions, depression, ex
citement, incapacity, to study or Busin- as, lots if
memory, contusion, tlion hts of self-destruction, f. arsof
insanity, >fee. It will restore the aope ite, rynew the
health < f 'inse v.ho have destreytd it by sensual
exre-s or evil practices.
Y ung Men, be humbugged no more by “Quack Doc
tors” and ignorant practitioners, but. send without de
lay 'or the Elixir, arid he at, once restored to health and
happiness. A pe feet, cure is guarantied in everv in
stiu ee. Price sl, or four bottles to ore add ess SB.
One botlttts sutfieient to elfect a cute in all ordinary
AI 80, DR. JOINVILL’S FPECIFIC PILLS, for the
sp e.iv at and peruiat ent cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet U
rrthral Di-ciiirge , Grave', Stricture, and all afTeCtions
of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures eff.-cted in from
one to five days. Thny are iprepared ’from vegetable
ext'ao's tiiat are larndess on the system, and never
nauseate the stomach or impr> gna'e tiie breath. No
eli mge ' f diet is necessary wt ile using them, nor does
their action in any manner interfere with business
Kiiin r of tiie above mentioned articles will be sent,
to a y addre s, closely' sealed and post-paid, by trail
or express, on reeipt of priee. Andress all order * to
BERGER BHUTTB & CO. Chemists,
mch i. No 285 River S reef, Troy, N. Y.
A N D
1,1 r> ed to grow upon the smoo hest face in from tliree
I to five weeks I y ns’ng DR t EVIGNE’S RESTAUR
ATEUR CAPIILAIRE. the most wonderful discovery
in modern science, acirig upon the Beard and used by
the elite of Paris and London with the most fluttering
success. Names of all purchasers will be registei ed,
and if entire ratisf .ction is not given in every instance,
t l e money will be chee fully refu ded. Pirce by mnii
eealtd and post-paid, sl. Descriptive ciiculars and
testimonials mailed tree. Address BERGER SHUTTrt
& CO., Clum'sts, N<-. 285 River Street, Troy, N. Y. Foie
Agents for tiie Uni ed States. march 1, ly.
Aiibiiiu, Golden, Flaxen and
PRODUCED bv the use of Prof. DEBREUX' FRISER
BE CIIKYKUX. One applicaiiou warranted to cuil
the most straight and stubborn hair of either sex into
wavy ringlefs or heavy massive curls. 'Has been rsed
by the fashionables of Paris and London with tiie most
g> at f.> ing resul’e. Does no injury to the hair. Price
by mail, sealed and pus -pai", sl, Discriptme Cir
culars mailed free. Address BERGER. 811UTT8 &
CO., Cbemists, N«. 285 tR ver 6treet, Troy, N. Y:
Sole Agents for t e United States, mch 1, iy.
Rep ar at or Capilli
Throw away your fake frizzles, your switches,
Destructive of comfort, and not worth a fig :
Conk aged, conte youthful, come ugly and lair,
And rejoice in yaur own lu xuriaivt hair.
For itestoring hair upon bald heads (from
whatever cause it may have fal en out) and
forcing a growth of hair upon the face, it has
no equal. It will force the beard to grow up
on the smoothest in from five to eight week-’,
or hair upon bald heads in from two to three
months. A few ignorant practitioners have
asserted that there is nothing that will force or
hasten tne growth of hair or beard. Their as
sertions are false, as thousands of living wit
nesses [from their own experience] can bear
witness. But many will say how are we to
distinguish the genui' e from the spurious]—
It certainly is difficult, as nine-tenths of the
Prep'rations advertised for the hair and beard
are entirely worthless, and you may have al
ready thrown away large amounts in theii
purchase. To such we would say, try the
Repara tor Capilli; it will cost you nothirg
unless it fully comes up to our representations -
Ifyour Druggist dors not keep it. send us one
dollar and we will f >rward it, postpaid, togeth
er with a receipt for the money, which will be
returned you on application, provided entire
satisfaction is not given. Address .
W, L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette btreet, Syracuse, Ni. Y.
TT 7 ILL b» s Id, btfore the court house door in Car-
VV tersville, Bartow county, Gh., on the first Tuesday
in June next, within the legal ta.e hours, th) following
property, to wit;
One farm, lying one mile S' Uth of Ca-s-.-illo, contain-
; ng one hundred actis, more or les«, known as tbe
Judge TVTight place. Levied on ihe prope iy of W. B.
Het lerson, to s 'tisfy a tax jt/a, in favor of the State
of Georgia, and Bartow coun v. Ys. said Ilenticroon,
levy made and returned to uis by a constable.
April 29 1 h, 1567. \ YY. L. AYCOCK.
_ Sber ff
TUi csh out your Wheat!
Ism «t'il 'he AGENT f r the sale of th"se excellent
KeuGieVv TH KE&H ERP, borh four hor.-e and two
“ *>r»e s ! 7f. Tb« reort.t improveme its made on
' fbiMo TM It* -rdf Rs rend r Ihem the most desirable of
»nr'bv* n-e now offervd for sale. They are easily
MaNAOI'Ii r.rirJ not Untile to pt <mt. OE ORDER,
j Order, sohritid. the sooner the BETTER, so that the
: MACUINEa ir.iv an v e In food TIME.
I a;W.e . t-Ad Yu., 5; r. _2u., J. J. UOM AliD
Li B SELLS, ANDREW BONN, R. P. GLENN
President. Secretary. Treasurer.
MA NUUFACTVSI -VC COM V A V Y
Manufacturer* and Planters. Wik tn yrrar intcresk
and don’t fail tncnll it Bel!-Johnson BiHlding, nextdoor
to the Post-office, and see it in opperatiqu
MENDENH AT L’S IMPROVED SELF-ACTING
H AND AND P O WER LOO Ml
Easier Understood. Easier to Operate, and morerelia-
V( le Possesses Buperior fidvantapes over cftlrer iliiLa
Looms, is more simple and SuraiDle.
PLANTERS CAN BF* INDEPENDENT
By Weaviug nil their for Home Wear on the
FROM 15 TO 30 YARDS
CAN BE WOVEN ON THIS. LOOTVI IN ONE DAY.
it Yveaves as fast as any Factory Loom !
HALF THE COST OF THE CLOTHING OF A FAMILY
CAN BE SAVED BY ITS USE !
prom Five to Ten Do larsa day can be made on 1L
ITS PARTS ARE SELF-CHANGING.
By the turning of an Easy Crank Diets the Warp off,
winds up the Clotn, tread- the Treadles, and throws the
-butt'e. It weaves Jeans, batlnets, Linsey, Blanket.
Twill, Double-Plain Cloth, various kinds of Rit bed
Goods, bcucing Twills of ail kinds. Flax, Cotton, Tow,
or All-M 00l Cloth, Baging, Toweling, Table-Linen, Bal
moral Skirts, Woolen, L'nen and Hemp Carpets—in
fact any tiling, from a Handsome-Silk to aT.ag Carpet.
IT IS SMALL, NEAT AND LIGHT,
Xot larger than a common Breakfaxt Table.
11 IS MADE IN THE MOST WORKMANLIKE MAN
Or Good Material and handsomely Varnished.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE AND EASILY UNDERSTOOD,
Everything is .Performed by 'rurning
LOOMS ANDTCOUNTY RIGHTS FOR SALE,
For Far her Particular-, Bill of Trices Descrip
tive, Circulars, and Samples of Weovkrg, addi tax
GEORGIA LOOM AND
R. PRATT, Agent.
March 22, 18(17. wfim
“OUR MOTTO ’
LIVE, ANI > SiET LIVE 1!
Shall he demonstrated in all our dealings.
J. 11. SATTERFIELD Sf BRO„
Are now receiving their
Os Sew and Beautiful Dry-
Goods, Clothing, Hats, Bools,
Shoes, and Lotions, in the
prices of any and all of which
we pledge ourselves to dupli
cate Atlanta bills.
We also have on band a superb lot of
p roccrics and jproduce,
which we«ivill sell equally as low ; but, remem
ber our terms are unequivocally
CASH AND CASH, 0-N-L-Y.
The citizens and public generally are earn
estly solicited to cull and examine our goods
and prices, and try and prove us and sec if we
will not comply with mar promise.
J. H. SATTERFIELD & BRO.
Cartersville, Ga., April 19, 1867.
";oox & HILL.”
Have m o w In Store:
-Q BARRELS RYE WHISHT,
50 barrels Bourbon Whisky,
50 barrels Robertson Countv whisky
50 barrels Rectified Whisky,
30 barrels Peach and Apple Brandy,
30pkas Cognac Brandy,
20 kgs Holland Gin,
10 pkgs Jamaica Bum,
10 pkgs New England Rum,
25 pkgs Port, Madeira, and Sherry Wines,
50 eases Champagne Wines,
100 cases Wampoo and Drake’s Bitters,
100 cases assorted Liquors,
25 cases T box Sardines,
All of which we offer to the trade at
very low prices. COX & HILL.
A TLA XTA. Ga.. dec!3—wtf
1 S G 7.
TFIIB prpu’ar Summer rt'mt h&virg been place l '- in
thorough repair, anil f.iruish-d wit i new Purnitur ,
will be ci enefl for \ i-itcrs on the Ist c f JUNE rext,
under the iMu-ct'rn r.pd conf"--t of tbe iindersigc.-a—
Proprietors of thi- Ame-ican Eoi l, Atlanta, Ga.
Mont-vaie ju vs-nts the strongest, aitruciiocs to both
the ii.va id "nd l)!ea»u-v- c eeker. no less on account of
iw retirement and the beauty cf its sur*Pun'Mi g*cer.e
*y, than t-f the restorative-powers of its wate-s. V. e
have reduced the price of Board to the low-sf figures
corsiste-.t w-Jh a proper prevision for the Esiteruila
ment of our Guests.
Board, per Diy,...j.. A3 05
*• per W e-k..., Si) M
“ per Mn-uh, 60 00
with an allowance tor families.
Travellers by Kaiiroad reach the Springs be special
conveyance fr-ru Loudon, or by regular Cui.y mail
coaches from Knoxville. Tens.
WRITE X WHITLOCK.
April J 5,1557.
Sewing »lfiathine Oil,
PBT.P.VBED at the Baltimore Chemical Work*, for
case £ KittM,
Chemicals, Paints, &c., &c.
Proprietors of Kramer's Hair Restora
tive, Psorieus, Universal Bitters,
Nerve & Bone Liniment, &e.
ATTE beg leave to Inform the citizens gen
\\ erully, and physicians particularly, that
we have on hand a large, well solected stocK
ot Di ngs and medicines, and are
ready to fill orders at the lowest prices.
Being aware of the great adulteration prac
ticed in preparing Medicines, we have made
arrangements to have this done under our own
supervision, and will warrant all .our Medi
cines pure. As we buy in the best marKets in
the country, afid buy entirely for cash, we can
supply our customers with goods as cheap as
the* can possibly be bought elsewhere, We
will duplicate any bill of bought south of
Respectfully soliciting yonr we are
Yours very respectfully,
Feb 8, 1867. BEST & KRAMER.
and a thousand
and one things
too tedious to e
received and for
sale cheap for
cash , at
Cheap, Casli Store,
Cartersville, Bartow co.
V. R. TOMMEY, J. S. STEWART.
Newton Cos., t»a. Ox lord, La.
TOMMEY l STEWART.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
At the Sign of the
MILL SAW and GAME COCK,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
Respectfully call the attention of merchants and oth
ers to their large and well assorted stock of
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
Consisting in part of
Iron, Steel, Nails,
Builders’ and Carriage Materials,
Tools ol all kinds, &c., &c.;
LEATHER, LIME AND COTTON YARNS.
Hook’s Anti-Friction Metal.
Baugh’s Ravvbone Super-Phosphate of
Buffalo Scale Works,
Nonpareil Washing Machine.
PROPRIETORS AND AGENTS FOR
Broo k’? Pal ent Portable Cot
ton and Hay Screw and
In over one hundred counties in Georgia.
County Rights for Sa/e.'%M
April 12, ly. •
Mrs. Carrie Payne
INVITES the attention of the Lv
d'es of Cartersville and vloinity,
She has on hand and is
constantly receiving from Now York the LATEST
STYLES. Ca r *> taken of all work and ion
guarantied, fog”attention pain' to tilling orde s for
Dress Gotods, Trimmings and (‘sterns Over W. H.
Taylor's D r y-Oooi Store, A TLA 1. TA, GA.
April lit), 1667. "Sin
The best fertilizer now in
LSE, just received and for caie, bv
A, A, SKINNER & GO
Cartersville. March 1,
GEORGIA BARTOW COUNTY.—Thomas D. Bprag
glns, l-avi ig applied lei be appointed Guardian of
the person ana p uperty of Jwliu A. Chastain—a minor
uacer fourteen years c: age, resident of said ccurry.
This is to cite anti admonish all persons concerned, to
be and appear at the next term of the Court of Ordi
nary of iu and couuty afttr ihe expiration of 36 d-iys
from tiie first publication of this notic«\ and show
cau-e if any they can, why letters of Guardianship
thouid not be granted the applicant. Witness iny
cflici&l Signature, H : Tub. 1:67.
J. A. HOWARD.
J. M. & J. C. ALEXANDER
Dealers in ,
Iron, Nails, Steel,
BELTIXe, MILL SAWS,
MINERS' TOOLS AND SUPPLIES,
ol all Trades,
METALS, of all kinds,
COACH AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
AXLES. SPRINGS. LOCKS,
AXES, HOES, SHOVELS, CHAINS, PLOWS,
MILL GEARING AND CASTINGS, of
of every kind furnished to order.
In fact, every thing kept in a first class
All of which will be sold low for cash.
We have just received a large invoice of the best
Double-anker Bolting Cloths, of all
desirable numbers, which we offer Loicjor Canh !
MILL PICKS, SYTHES, GRAIN CRA
DLES, WIRE CLOTH,
and many other articles which you need, and which
w e are desirous of selling, Call and see us whenjou
J. M. & J. C. ALEXANDER,
Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, GA,
April 26, 1867 w6tn
Samukl Clayton, R. A. Clayton.
S C LAYTO N & S0 N,
Store Room in the Corner room of the
NEW BRICK BUILDING, ADJOINING
the Bartow House.
Would respectfully invite the citizens
Cartersville and surrounding country ,
To call and examine our
a gm frx iT 1
which consists of
and a general assortment of
Mr. LKIAH STEPHENS, so long and
favorably known to this community, is with
us. Tie will be pleased to meet his friends,
and will be ever ready to supply their wants.
Our TERMS are CASH, and we will Ire
contented with small profits. No trouble to
show goods. Come and see us.
Feb Bth, 1867.
UHH O XT S IB
WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, ’GEORGIA,
ARE now receiving their Tall and
Winter stock of BOOTS AND SHOES,
the largest ever brought to this city. These
goods came direct from the Eastern manufac
tories, and will be sold to country merchants
and the trade at N. York prices, expenses add
ed, consisting ot Mens’, Boys’, Youths’, and
Childrens’ wax, kip,calf and buff Brogans and
Balmorals—Boots, of a'l styles, thick, wax,
kip, calf, and the finest qu ■ litics. Ladies’,
Mi-ses’, and Childrens’ Boots and Shoes, of
every style, all made to order.
G, H, FORCE.
B. W. FORCE, formerly of Charleston,
will be glad to see his old customers.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept 26. Jy
N. GILREATH & SON,
now receiving a general stock of
. consisting of
Ladies 7 Dress Goods
GENTLEMENS 1 FURNISHING GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, and
Also a well assorted stock" of
llardware and Crockery,
which was selected by one of the firm in person. We
aak purcha-ers to call and examine our -tuck and pri
ces.- We expect to sell low f r cash. Give us a cab.
CartersviUe, Ga , April 12, 186(5. v2m
THE great English Remedy.
A certain, speedy and pleasant cure for
Pain in the back,
Incontinence of Urine,
Diseases o' the Bladder,
Kidney Discas s,
Stone in Bladder,
Effects of Murcurv,
—lt cures in from five to eight days.
—lt requires no change of Die*.
lt is not disagreeable to take.
—lt imparts no odor to the breath!
lt gives, tone the who'e system.
—lt removes impurities of tie blood.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
WM. H. TUTT,
)uu » j-uUa
W. H. Gilbert,
WILL BUY and SELL GOODS and
PRODUCE ON COMMISSION,
For sale the celebrated BRINTLEY STEEL
PLOW, and other
Agricultural Implements ,
and WASHING MACHINES, at Factory
prices, freights added.
On hand and for sale, Low for Cash,
Cook, Parlour and Office
GROCERIES & PRO VISIONS,
Iron, Steel, Nails. Axes,
Shovels, and other
Dec<nnher 5, 1860.—wOm'
T| tHE exercises of this Institution witl be
J| resumed on Monday,the 28th inst., under
tue supervision of
JAMES G. RI ALS, Principal,
J. D. COL LIAS
Rates of Tuition, per Session of 20 weeks:
Primary Department,........... .sl6 00
Preparatory ** 20 00
High 5ch001,...... ...... ...... 2ft 00
Incidental Expenses, t 00
Music, 25 00
Board can be had, inclusive of every thing
but lights, a' $17,00 per Month. The earn
est, hearty co-operation of the community, in
the establishment of a School of high order in
their midst, is most urgently solicited.
Stiff sboro, Ga., January 2ft, 1867. wtf
New Marble Yard.
S. B. OATMAN, Ago*.
For WILI.IAM GRAY,
Importer and Dealer in Italian , Block
ad ilk, and White Hut land Statuary
BWE are now receiving and
have in store, a large 8!!< 1
desirable stock of finishedI
and rough Marble, whichfJ/gQ
we offer to the public on IWkjL
the most reasonable
Owing to the high price of marble at th’s
time, many persons arc kept from purchasing.
I propose to reduce prices so that all can buy.
My facilities are such for purchasing the ma
terial, that I will be satisfied with small profits
and quick sales—such is mv motto.
We are prepared to furnish in the best style.
Monuments, c irvpd and plain. Box Tombs,
Tablets, carved and plain, Head-stones, Urns,
Vases. &o„ and Furnishing Marble of all dc
With good and experienced workmen in all
departments of business, we hone to merit a
share of public p.tronage* Designs of Monu
ments and any other Work in Marble, furnish
Orders so’icited and promptly filled. Office
and Yard adjoining Bdlvue Hotel and oppn
ite Georgia Railroad Depot, ATLANTA, Ga
Dec 6th, 1806.
to the people of Cariersville and vicinity.
The great CAYUGA CIIEIK MOWER, and
sows* - mmm
combined for Reaping Wheat, also Hall's Universal
a wonderful labor saving Machlne for only Ten Dollars
Send your cash orders to JOHNSON & ECHOLS,
■ Atlanta, Us.
THE LATEST WONDER
A. iid Most Complete Improve
memos the Age. u
MADE WITH THE STEWART COOK STOVE,
IV’OT by the makers and sellers, but by the users
J.V From testimony furnished by the class of persons
referr. and to. it. appears that the said Stove, on account
of its durability and fuel-saving qualities, has proved
a source of iiicume to families wt o have used .it avera
giog at least fourteen dollars a year.
30,000 of these stoves
have been put Into use during the last, eighteen years.
A lowi g e>ch stove to have been used ten years o an
average, the whole amount, of saving, with intertr'. at
six per cent., is five million of dollars. The price of
qui-tness comfort and health secured to a family by
the use of a culinary apparatus perfectly adapted to
thtdr wants, cannot be reckoned in and dlars and cents,
Hut w e have not space here to tell you of all the vir
tues and advantages that these Stoves p 'sses- over all
others. go we cordially Invite ail, especially the la
CALL AND EXAMINE
before purchasing elsewhere.
CIDER MILLS, STRAW-CUTTERS,
Ths Latest Improvement in
Plows, &c., &c,
Wa offer the celebrated Phoenix and Wilcox, Gibbs A
We also offer to the puhlio all kinds of Selected Fam
ily Groceries and Provisions of all sorts; also a choice
Fancy Groceries, Candles, Nuts
Ae we are dealers in Agricultural Imp'emente, Ma
chinery A.;, we invite correspondence from all parts of
the American Union, from Manufacturers of the same,
and 'tier ourselves as agents for their sale. Indeed’
so far as trade is concerned, we have to say that
“No pent-up Utica contracts our pow'rs ;
The wnolc boundlc s continent is ours !”
JOHNSON & ECHOLS,
Whitehall street, A VLASTA , GA.
iW'Oi ><■ Th"u-*.tud pullt-ds of Ruite.r r.fl _r< and to the
public— virj ui.ta *k|>rU -Gj i.t-7.
It will cure Dyspepsia.
It will cure Liver Complaint and all sped**
It will cure Intermitent Fever and Fever
and Ague, and all periodical disorders
It will give immediate rcliefin Colis and Fl«i
It will cure Costivencss.
It is a mild and delightful Invigorant fc;
Delicate Females. *
It is a safe Anti-Bilious Alternative au
tonic lor all family purposes.
It is a powerful Recuperant after the frame
has been reduced and attenuated by sickness
It is an excellent Appetizer, as wellasStren
ener ol the digestive forces.
As it is being daily used and prescribed be
all physicians, as the formula will be banded
any regular graduate.
So. 215 M a 1 a Street, j
FOB r 3ALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
RSOWINE & FOX.
WIIOLESSALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
Coiner Whitehall and Ala. Sts
Nov. 9 1 y
Spccial attention given to Repair*
HAVING opened business at my old
stand, I am prepared to do any and all
Minis of work desired in the Carriage Line,
at low figures for cask. I shall keep on hand
a line assortment of
Buggies & Carriages
and can, at short notice, furnish any kind ot
a VEHICLE desired. Having connected
Messrs. Wyman & May,
a well known and reliable firm, I will sell
at Augusta freight* added,
from the best Factories at the North and
Enst. All of which will be warranted right,
Being well acquainted with the country and
people, with long experience in the business,
I purpose to furnish the market with such
work as will give perfect satisfaction, I shall
be able to furnish the entire country, as my
facilities are unlimited. Call and examine, it
shall cost you nothing. I feel assured that
the good people of this county will appreciate
the honest efforts of one of their old citizens,
broke down by the war, R. H. JONES,
January 17, *867 wly
Up Stairs in Col. Jones' Carriage shop.
Harris & Thompson.
HAVE just received a FINE AS
fcJgHA SOKTMKNT OF HARNESS hEA-JtJhdsQk
|££j.ISSTHER and other material*
“ »ary for a first class 4
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP,
and are prepared to furnish all kinds of HARNESS to
order. Old Harness made new. [?] SADDLES RE-
P'IRED with neatnns and dispatch. Oustamers by
culling can find an assortment of Stw Wvi k *l**i/i
on hand, Chmtp for Ca*h.
VftltSJSTiiki Lit., AftU vliq