The ' f voters wfll com*
mouce in this (Bartow) County at A.
ii iirsvillc, oil Monday the Bt!i 4" J I,C8 ‘ ■
day the Oth of July, Gih Dist. Court-
Ground, Wednesday 10th, Kingston, 1
Thursday 1 till and Friday 12, Cuss*
villc, Saturday 13. 17th Dist, Court- ;
(•’round, Monday 15, Pine Log. Tties" j
day in. Wolf Fen, Wednesday 17, Low
, , St .trip Creek, Thursday 18, Allatoo
na. Friday l'Jih and Saturday 20, —
Tiie registers will liter, be at Carters- s
\ ill, during the 4th week of July, ben *
all legal voters who have not had a ]
previous opportunity of registering, ou ll j
then have the privilege of so doing. j
Our Seniour is oil - on a visit to Mid
d!> Georgia, therefore much matter has
( eii defored until next week that
should have appeared in this issue.—
We greatly fear that he will associate
with Fitch, of the S/or. until lie wifi
h come demoralized and suffer F— to
feud him astray. Be careful, Sam, and
he sure you don’t let him carry you
n t i on Bill Arp’s mountain! Tell him
\mi have already been up, and made
; ,n ciT.rl i » worship, but unfortunately,
tor you, you was not black enough.
Come Sam, don’t deny it to him!
r*rM rssi's. Kramer &l Best are still I
nib-ring for sale Dr. Bullion's Dysen
t y Drops, tint has gained such
popularity in this section. It is used
•,v cv(M‘) family almost, in the country',
ami n pronounced by every one to be
econd to no remedy for Dysentery
tint they have ever'lrictl. We believe
it io In- a good tning ; therefore we
t pleasure in mailing it known to
Ml. 11 :t ring people of the country !
l • \!■ .'i itiful wlieit harvest is being j
• v I renew their suit-; cilh r with the lair
i. -x ):■ i! I. m'w.'iisieiit iV Fieitoi’s Store. II
i it'-, i - 1 i't wn>or cmx a su.t, they can buy
one very cheap at this store.
R i.'Bcs -.inl C’arriasroN.
! am prepared to sell Buggies and
('images at the following reduced
Sole -pring no top Buggies at from
v : if». to 8175. IJnd springs $135 to
Z Uo‘ ijiruesllv insisting upon the
ji or-mage of ill" p eoi»!e of this section,
! ~in persuaded to think it the interest
I all to improve and dcvvlope our own
sources, Manufactories and to
help cm h oilier along. I therefore
vo.i.i l mii!\ a ipc.il t i my friends and
h me aisof 11 >in 1 Id iterprise to give
ih e preference over those living at
: |m hi \ it least see wit it call be
il »! i: * with in • helort 1 pm chasing else
where. I \ til duplicate to day any
pureh iso ft. w|e since‘ill* war—ill At
i,Mil. t, \ig ist.i (4 t, (’.ralesloo S. C.
or .\ashvitlc Tcnn.
I trust that, this appeal will be favor
in' \ eons; IcreJ. June 27 th 1807.
I\. 11. J ONES.
We call especial attention to the ad"
v < iti ; ment <>l Ifufe W. Thornton
I’t ipri et o r aml Agent, for the new light.
\i e have seen the light in the olfiiceol
\\ . L. Kirkpatrick <V Cos., (local Agts)
and pronounce the Petro Oil a very sn
nipiAor illuminator. Us cheapness &
eleanness commend it to the attention
of everv one. The Agents here will
In* pleased to demonstrate to the most
skeptical, that the Petro Oil is utterly
.\O.X EXPLOSIVE and therfore
pcferable to coal or other oils, while
its illuminating qualities are surpassed
Messrs, Clayton A* Son, are out in
a nevv adv crtisenpiit, to which it wSultl
be to your interest to carefullv peruse,
as tiny are offering great inducements
to customers, They propose to take
in pavnent for goods, Butler, Eggs,
Dried Blackberries Yc. &e.
They also propose to buy 5.000 lbspt
Clean linen and cotton Rags, for which
Pity "ill pay (3) three ets. Now is
vnur time countrymen to get bargains.
Our old friend Uriah Stuphcns is with
this house, and would be pleased to
have his friends call on him.
i\ ad advertisement and give them a
Greenbacks! Greenbacks! ! ! —Fn~
dor this heading in anathor column w ill
be seen tnc advertisement of Dr, Hugh
Blair, off ring for sale or exchange
quite a number of acres of land near
•Savannah, tor land, city or town pro
perty in North Ga.
The farmers in this section report to
us, that they have never seen better
orospeets for a Corn crop.
Rememher the Concert and Tableaux,
at Euhurlee to-night Friday)
We take pleosure in calling the at
• ention of our readers tq the advertise- j
•nentofW. 11. Taylor, his room has
been thououglily repaired and is fulled ,
with goods, which will be disposed of
in accordance with the usual liberality j
of the proprietor. Me congratulate
him and the public, that he is once
more himself, and trust he will be so
generally remembered by the purcha- j
singcommunity that he will soon rccov- j
er from the serious losses he sustained ;
by the burning of a portion of eis goods
some weeks since.
Scott’s Monthly for June lias been
laid on our table, and as usual filled j
with choice reading matter. We know
of no Magazine better adapted to the
wants of casual readers, nor, one more
likely to entertain any person who gets
hold of it. Mr. Scott deserves great
honor and credit for his untiring ener
gy and perseverance, to get up as
handsome a Magazine as he has made
his Monthly, under the existing cir
cumstances of the country.
J. T. JENKINS, & to.
See the Advertisememnt of this firm
in another column. It is needless for us
to say anything iit praise of this house,
as it is well knowoi throughout the
State of Georgia, as well as other
States to be one of the most extensive
and popular business Houses in the
(date City. We speak knowingly when
we say that this house is notsurpased by
any house in the South. If you wish
anything in their line they would be
pleased to fill your orders.
Leowenstcin & Pfeifer are dealers in Dry-
Goods, Notions Hats, Boots, Shoes. Ready
made Ulo'hing, Crockery, Cutlery, Hardware
<&<•, <& c ’> Anything they have instore they
keep to sell, not to look at or simply to fill up
their house - They don,t propose to sell as
cheap us anybody, because they have no refuse
.stock on hand. Their Goods are all new and
of the latest styles
It will be seen from an Advertise
ment in another column, that I. T.
Banks has returned to Atlanta, and
opened in Rawson’s building, corner
Whitehall & Hunter streets, a large
and commodious Boot <fc Shoe store.
Mr. Banks has had an experience of
14 vears in this business, and having
spent the last 2 years in the Northern
ami Eastern markets, buying goods lor
large Southern Houses, lie feels that
he has superior advantages in buying
If you should visit Atlanta don t fail
to call at this house, and see the in
ducements held out for bargains.
The Junk number of “the Land we
Love,” has been received ?t this office.
The proprietor, Gen. D. II- Hill, has
spared no pains or expense to .place it
above all other Southern enterprises,
anil we are sure that he should lecl
liberally rewarded lor his efforts. We
know this Magazine to have a large
circulation it. the State of Georgia, as
well as all over the other Southern
It is published monthly, at Charlotte,
North Carolina, at S3 per annum, and
it would be beneficial to every South
ern man, and especially soldiers to
subscribe for and read this Magazine.
During our last visit to Atlanta, we
called in at this reputable house, and
found proprietors, clerks, Waiters all
as jovial as ever. This House we put
down as No L, not only because they
are so liberal with the printer, but they
are so with every one that i-s fortunate
enough to get shelter with them.—
They feed high, and are polite and
social with everyone that comes in,
rich or poor. Mr. Whitlock was
formerly a resident of our comity, and
is known by many of our citizens to be
a gentleman, in every sense of the j
The clerks of this Hotel, Messrs.
Brison & Wilv, are always ready to
receive their guests and take pleasure
in making them as pleasant and com
fortable as possible.
Shippers of wheat will do well to
read in another column the advertise
ment of G. J. Foreacre in regard to the
rates of shipping wheat.
Special attention is directed to the or
der of his honor, Judge Milner, in ref
erence to the adjourned term of the su
perior court held for the county of
j Bartow on the sth Monday in July
Mr. J. N. B. Cobb, city tax receiver,
gives the Cherokee Georgian some sta
tisticts of the town of Dalton, from
which it appears that the number of
inhabitants now is 1325, of whom 890
j are whites and 362 blacks. Before
j the war Dalton had a population of
about 2000, which was reduced to
some 600 at the time of the ?urrctidcr.
Burk's Weekly for Hoys auj
The first number of this nr" - paper is
before us, and is all that its Publishers
promised in the way of good looks, h
contains the first chapter of “Maroo
ner's Island,” a sequel to the Young
Marooncrs, with an illustration ; the
beginning of anew Fairy Tale, by
Mrs. Ford, of Rome, Georgia, entitled
“The Little Woman in Green.'’ with
an illustration ; a sketch of .Sergeant
Jasper, with an tlluslriation , a Poem
•Good Mooly cow.” with an illustra
tion ; “The Cloud,” with an illustra
tion ; an illustrated Rubes, Riddles,
Enigmas, ect., besides other Stories,
Poems, Anecdotes, ect. The publish
ers have already receive.d sufficient en
couragement to insure the regular pub
lication of the paper, so that subscrip
ions may now be forwarded with the
money. Terms $2 a yea.*. Address
J, W. Burke Cos., Macon, Ga.
One Hundred Thousand Bushels oj
Wheat Wanted, bv N. Gilreath A* Son
for which the market price will be paid
Wheat must be delivered in good mer
chantable order. Sacks cm be ob
tained by calling at their store on the
corner ot Main and Erwin streets, op
posite Jones’ carriage repository.
IV c are requested by C°b J- G. Stocks to an
nounce to the public, that he has bought out
the Livery Stock of J. J. Jones Jr, and that the
two Stables will be consolidated, and that the
following list of prices will be strictly adhered
Hack horse?, and driver per day $7,00
Hi rae, lluggy and Driver “ “ s«>,Oo
“ “ Xday %-KiA
Sadd;e horse per *• 00
“ “ " X <lay H,OO
In the last two weeks many families
particularly children have been nfflicted
with Dysentery, they have tr ied, many
of them “Dr. Bullions Dysentery
Drops” and in every case they have
been made to rejoice at the success of
it. They all agree in saying they
would uotbe without it in their bouse
for ten tines the .price of it, everyone
should supply themselves with one or
more Bottles, every Store sholud keep
asupplv on hand, Retail Price only 25
cts. A liberal discount <to the trade.—
Call ar.d provide, for you or your fault
ily may be taken sick at night
BEST & KRAMER.
Aliberal discount made to all stores.
4@*Lv Brownlow’s State, his mili
tia are deliberately murdering men
without any other reason assigned than
they were Confederates. We once
saw an engraving representing a mad
bull pitching into a crowd assembled
to witness a hanging, and one of the
culprits standing on the scaffold, with
the halter round his neck, remarking
to the other, “How lucky, Jack, that
we are up here.”
JJST’We have been credibly informed
says the .Madison (Ga,) Examiner, that
a Farmer of Burke county has jns’t got
t n through with his crop of wheat,
having sold the Inst. He had sixty
acres sowed that made an average of
twenty five Bushels to the acre, arid
he sold his entire crop at $2,50 per
bushel, which makes him a return of
$3,750. This is a handsome yield.!
and is, we dare say double as much as
the same land would have made in cot
ton. if every farmer in the .South
would raise more grain and less cotton,
we opine that radicalism, negro suffer
age, repudiation &0,, would soon play
out, and everybody have plenty to eat
and money to spend.
Govenok Bkowxlow.- The follow
ing paragraph has re-appeared, and is
again going the rounds of the papers ;
Brownlow is reported to be in such
bad health that recovery is next to im
possible. Is Satan about to foreclose
his mortgage ?
If old Nick does foreclose what a
h—ll there will be I Let sinners be
Poisened.—A youth, James, son of
Dr. William Anderson, who lives near
Vellula, while fishing last Saturday,
was bitten by a moccasin. From tne
effects of the wound inflicted, he died,
Monday morning. His age was about
fifteen years. Dr. anderson was
formerly of Cass county, in this State.
Boys cannot be too careful in looking
out for snakes, whose poison at this
time is so fatal. They arc no respec
ters for persons .——Columbus Sun.
The Atlanta Opinion says that a
friend from Cass county (it meant Bar
tow) reports that the farmers of the
county estimate its wheat crop at fully
a million bushels. It seems almost In
credible. I,kgrange Reporter.
Appointments.—Hon. Hiram War
s ner has accepted the appointment ol
: Chief Justice of the Supreme Couit of
Col. John CoUier, ot Atlanta, has
' been appointed Judge of the Coweta
1 Circuit, rice Iliraxu Warner resigned.
A Rebel u*ic t’urcconsfructed
The Danville Times relates the follow
We learn from :i friend privy to the
fact, who is a gentleman ot unquestion
ed veracity, tiiat Dr. Lee, ot Halifax.
Ya., las a horse which exhibits the
greatest and most astonishing aversion
to blue colors. This horse served in
the army, and seems to have acquired
his distaste tor hisiealior while in mili
tary service, as he showed no such
disposition to the w lr. He will not al
low anv one to approach him itl a blue
coat .or jacket —gets .frantic, and wants
to tear it otT. On one occasion, while
crossing a ferry, a nergo with a blue
jacket on, happened to get near him,
and lie jumped at him with tiger-like
ferocitv, and seizing the garment in his
teeth tore it clean off- It is no less
remarkable, that he is is as gentle as a
lamb if vou approached him him in
gray or any other! color than blue.
“East Tennessee.” — A Greenville
(East Tennessee),correspondent oflh e
Nashville Gazette says; ‘Everything
in tins end of the State is most encour
aging. We will carry East Tennessee
by large majorities. All our informa
tion corroborates this statement. All
the corruption and fraud being practiced
bv the Brownlowites cannot defeat our
CIRCE EAR TO AGENTS.
Western & Atlantic Rail-road,
Office Master of Transportation.
In order to insure the prompt transportation
of wheat, and to prevent delays, errors, and
Tosses in its shipment, the following instruc
tions must he strictly observed in ail shipments
of wheat from your depot:—
I. Sacks must he plainly marked,and before
any portion of the shipment is received, written
instructions must be given by consignor, show
ing number of sacks to be shipped, marks,
consignor, consignee, destination, and the route
by which it is to be shipped.
11. Special Instruction No. 2 will be strictly
observed in giving receipts for wheat.
111. Rule No. 4, in printed local tariff, must
he adhered to in regard to wheat, and agents
will not permit wheat to be put into the depot
until the provisions of paragraph I. of this
circular are complice with; but shippers will
be allowed to deliver portions of a shipment
after the written instructions for shipment of a
whole lot have been filed with an agent.
Muster Transported ion.
Wilcox & Gibes’ Scwiit? Ma
chines in Cartersvillc, for sale.
These Machines are sold here at the manu
facturer's prices, hut I cannot afford to reship
them to any point at my own expenses. I
have a few to let out on trial to those wishing
to purchase, and who will take good care of
them; but it will be desirable to have the ma
chines returned at an early day by those who
may decline to purchase.
No pains or expense has been spared to
make this machine the best family machine
n the market and all who have given them a
fair trial acknowledge them to be so. The price
from s's 6, upward* The machines all equally
good, hut the price varies with the kind of fin
ish of table and other extras.
Office up stairs over Clayton’s store on pub
lic squ are East side of Rail-Road—send for cir
culars or call and examine machines.
JOHN H. RUCKMAN,
Gem Agt. for State of Ga.
May 31, 1807,
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
*A Gentleman who suffered for yearn from Nervous
T fcbility, Premature, Decay, and al! the effects of
youthful indiscretion, w 11, for the sate of suffering
in inanity, send free to all who need it, the reeeipe and
di actions for making the simple remedy by which he
wsi cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the adver
tisers experience, can do so by a- dressing. in perfect
cont deuce, JOHN IS. OGDEN, 42 Ced <r Street, New
York. May 1,1567. wly.
T. R MPLEY AGT.
Whitehall St., Established In
June 21, 1867.—3 m
VAN EPPS & TIP PIN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Com m issio it JUcrchants,
Alabama Street, Atlanta Ga.
The following, a? well as many other goads in th s
line tor bale io tots to suit purchaser*:
B«con Sides, Corn.
Bacon Haru s , Flour.
Canvassed Hams. Lard.
Sugar-cared Hams Coder,
Syrups. Brown Sugars,
Mo’awes, It fined "tgar*.
So,la. Mackerel tu Bbis.,
Sat, Macke ei m Kegs,
S up, Salmon in Cana,
Toilet Soap, Lebs ers t a Cans.
Oysters tu Can*. C&naief,
Mason’s Blacking. Nut*.
v r,rH a. Tirrix.
•Imie il ; Is.".—ic A’.iauta. Oj,
Wc respectfully inform the
citizens of Bartow county,
tiiat our stock of Dry Goods
are daily arriving, and having
the largest and best selected
stock in North Ga., and most
of them having been purchas
ed since the late decline., we
flatter ourselves that we can
offer extra inducememts to
purchasers. Purchasers buy
ing from us will have a large
well selected and new etock
to select from —somthing un
usual at this season.
We will keep everything
usually kept in a first class
Dry goods House,
Children’, Men’, Youth’s, aud Boys’
Avery handsome line o^
of latest styles and grades.—
Our motto : “Quick sales and
short profits” Mill he faithful
ly kept up, and we pledge our
selves to duplicate any retail
hill made North or South.
Come and see us, one and;
all. We w ill be pleased to j
show goods at any time.
W. IE Stocks is with us. 1
and will he pleased to sec his;
HLAIR & Dili OS 1J 41V.
June IS. Ua. 1
Iflibsmmmr Bnr (Saota!
IMM EN S E ATTKA CT 1 O N!!
Immense redact ion In JP rices!
A GORGEOUS LOT OF DRESS GOODS
.Just Received from lire I.ato Vow York Auction Sales, at
A Reduction ofso per cent, from last month’s Prices!
mill Goods .liar lied In Plain Figures l
My well known straightforward and honorable course of conducting business is a Fiiflirio
guarantee to all who may fa*or me with -their patronage, that they will be fariy dealt wi h.
JOHjy .M. GmlJS'J\'OJ\',
Corner of WhUehall and Hunter Streets,
RESPKCTFUI.LT announces to I.ls friends and the nubile, that he has just returned from New V tk, where ho
has been in attendance at tlie immense auction salts which took place ihe Ist. wetk, aiul that Ins luaginll
stock of Midsummer Goods is now complete, ami will bo »u;d at puces that will defy coiupvlioii. Tne most lot-*
perienoed will ut onee perceive’he groat advantage of purchasing a stock of dry goods at tills particular tima
when importers are disposing c f their stocks regardless of cost. *
l would annex a schedule of prices, but. siuie.e will not permit. Suffice L to say that 1 whs 111 Nov, folk when the
late panic reached Its climax, and t hail purchased my present stock KO per tern, le-o ..... i.ou..m ...... v.*..
purchased at any other time ibis season.
590 pieces beautiful Dress Goods, cmsistlug of Grenadines, Mozambiques. Lenoa, PopHnes, Lawns, tlnrcgo-., *lc.
200 pieces splendid goods for Gents' and Boys' wear, consisting of Cloths, Cassimere?, lirap D'Ete, Jeans, Linen
Duck aud Drills, Marserles, etc.
SOO pieces white goods, Uonsistlng of Plain. Striped. Checked and Dotted Pwisv Plain. Striped, Checked and
Dotted Jaconet; Tariaton. Nainsook, Crimped Muslin, Brillianies, Pique Cloth, Bishop Lawn, etc.
500 nieces American, English and French Prints, all new styles; 1000 pieces Bleached Shirtings—N«w York-Mills,
Wamsutta Lonsdale, Hope, James’, Putnam, and several <the- mils; 8,0. 10. 11 and 12 1-4 Bleached andßrown
Sheeting; 5-4 and (5-4 Pillow Case Cottons; 20 pieces 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4-Table Linens,both bleached and, unbleached
30 cases all styles of shoes; 20 cases all styles Straw Gooes; 100 down all styles Hoop Skirts; 300 doyen Ladies’
and Misses’ llosc; 50 dozen Ladies’ beautiful Iron Frames, very superior; a Mdendid lot ~f I-renrh Corsets; a spvn
dl, lot of LO. Handkerchiefs; 10 pieces beautiful Flannels; incomplete s'nog of Notions; 001.0 I *per C, larsih.r
Ladles and Gents; always on hand, a full stock of Shirtings. Sheetings. Osnaimi gs. Jeans etc., which will be arid
for factoiy price. Everything usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store can be fohnd here.
p g This splendid stock of Goods has been purchased since the 24th of May, which announcement will sutlrfy.
all that great bargaiLS w.U he given.
JOilV K. GAXXOX,
jc. 14, 18<>7. Corner Whitehall ami Hunter Streets, Atlanta, Cos.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES
Chamberlain, Cole 4‘ Boynton ,
Are selling their immense Stock of
bv swam "" swum
At Wholesale and Retail, for Cash Only,
At P r ic c s to suit the T i m c s
Tiieir Stock ofDRESS GOODS comprises every new style in the American markets
ami Gl OVES- the largest ever Oronsrlit to Atlanta ;
SILK and POPLIN COVERINGS. »»<! LACE POINTS "‘'every variety ;
EMBROIDERIES «»i‘ LACE GOODS or every description ;
DA Dhoni and K UMBRELLAS to sult every body ;
TABLE DAMASKS-'NAPKINS-TOWELS. TOWELING IRISHL™S
CURTAIN DAMASKS’ Goods tor Men sand Hoys wear. DOMES I IL-O a " l ' NUMUNo
A L L F O II T II E L O WE S T CASH ERIC E
April 12 —ly,
WHOLESAALE GROCER AND COMMISSION NERCHANT,
No 1 Granite Block, Broad Street,
[Adjoining the ltail-Hoad,j
8. F. MOORE, ATLANTA, GA. T - **• FLEMING,
Wholesale Dealer in Flour, Grain Kay. and
all Western Products.
Orders for ary description of Merchandise promptly filled, ar.d consignments solicited.
April 2f>, 1807.w3m
MENS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING AT THE GATE CITY
Wc would respectfully inform our friends and the public that we have just received one of the largest and
SPSIITG -AJTID SUMMER CLOTHING!
to Sm'We Vould aU
Our Goods and Prices,
Feeling confident that we can suit the most economics’, as well as ihe most fastidious, as loprice and quality
rip tee does not permit to enumerat s ail the Goods kept by u«, but sufiu.c it to say we have nice
Cassimere Suits for S7 50 to $lO 00,
and upwards. Those acquainted with our Goods, nee 1 not be told that our Clothing is made up by the best
workmen, and of superior goods. In addition to the above, we keep, also, a large stock-of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
Confuting of PUFFED and PLAIN WHITS SHIRT?. FANCY and BROWN LIN BN SHIRT?, UNDKRGAK
MESTS, of all sizes Fancv and Plain TIE-h of ail description*, S'.lk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, (imu
Gray's Patent Molded Collar, a3 well as Glazed aud Marseilles Collars, All of which will be sold cheaper)ha
can be bought elsewhere.
Also. Boots, Shoc3, nats, Sole Feather and other Trunks
Carpet Bags and Valises, Eugene and Saratoga Ladies j
Trunks, &c. Before purchasing, please call at the
Gate City Clothing Store by
A. ROSENFELD & BRO./
Xi'.xt dorr Lo McCiiuiy A. CuV Drug Store, Whitehall Siintl,
April so, fsor.inc ATLANTA, GEORGA
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