Whj don't you well your land 7
We are glad to see that our commu
nity still continues to fill up with good
and substantial citizens from abroad,
and the inquiry is, from many more,
can 1 buy a small tract of good
land to settle upon at reasonable prices
in Bartow ? This is now, and is des
timed to continue, the poor man’s
country. Many of our larger land hoi.
ders have settled upon the plan to hold
their lands from the market, and cut
them up into small farms and rent ihetn
out, thereby debarring many worthy
and industrious citizens from settling
among us and becoming iutlentified
worth the interest of our town and
county. This plan is only working
to the great detriment of this very ch.ss
of men. It is encourageing men to en ,
list in the cry for Confiscation. Cut
up your large plantations into small bo
dies to suit purchasers, and get good,
honest, and industrious men to come
end settle on them. If you continue
to rent your lands you will always keep
a floating, dissatisfied popul li mi in
in our midst, who will add nothing to
the prosperity of the town or county,
hut on the contrary will stir up strife
and contention between the rich and the
poor. The people are generally poor
and consequently unable to buy a large
body of land, and if they could they
cannot get the force to cultivate it, and
consequently much of it lias to lie idle,
while the poor man lias to labor hard
upon his worn-out lands to make a
support* Let us take an interest in
ibis inaltei that we have never hereto
fore taken, and encourage white emmi
gration to this county, by selling our
siii plus lands at livfng .prices, and in
ome people go to church to
hear preaching, some to giggle and
laugh, and others still to see anti be
seen, but everybody goes lo J/OE"
\V EMsTEiN tt PFEIFER’S Store to
buy goods cheap.
VV iiat \v K Most Need! — All around
us, in Floyd, Folk and other adjoining
'annuities, they are organizing Agricul
tural Societies, lor the hirtherance of
this great indispeiis ihle interest of the
country. Shall old Bartow remain out
of the ring, and lake no intciest in litis
direction after that she lias enj yed the
'.reputation of leading off in the matter?
II is ilie war entirely paralyzed all our
aspirations and energies? Have we
lost all that pride and ambition tiiat so
elevated and enohled our pi opte before
the war ? VVt heard a gentleman say
a few days since that he had Cotton
up to Ins hips, and that he had blooms
more than a week ago. Il we had
been asked iflhere was a Cotton bloom
in Bartow county, we should have
replied, “no;” not even a square. We
•v ant it to be heralded abroad that old
Bartow county is second best to no
cotinlv in the State. In the inform,t~
tion, enterprise, and industry of her
people the fertility of her soil, and
liealthlulness of her climate. We want
the world to know that our resources,
both agricultural and mineral, are un
surpassed upon this continent. Wcwant
lo attract the attention of Capitalists
in this direction that we may increase
the value es our property and build up
a country and community that will he
seen and read of all men. ct our
first men do uot manifest interest
enough in the welfare and growth ol
the country to write a paragraph for a
piper, that the world may know what
we are doing and what wc propose to
Let us organize an Agricultural Club
•or Society, that we may accelerate the
wheels of progression that have already
been put in motion.
undeniable fart—that LOE*
WEN STEIN <fc PFEIFER are too
honorable, high-minded gentlemen to
misrepresent tlieir goods in order to
Wheal crops, in this section, are
falling far short of what was anticipa
ted a short time ago, though there is a
plenty to relieve the wants of the peo
ple, and of extraordinary fine quality.
Corn and cotton crops never looked
more promising than at present. Ow
ing to the decline in the price of wheat
the bulk of the crop is withheld from
Arrived at last! at the Emporium of fashion
fine Duck Pants, Marseilles Vests, ntid the
handsomest Stock of brought to
this Territory since the war, at the “Busy
A Perfect Jewel.
My family has been using the Wil
cox «fc Gibbs Sewing Machine for
the last five years. It has given en
tire satisfaction, and my wile considers
it a perfect jewel.
—''Letter of P. Jarrett. Look Heaven
| te*-We are rejoiced to learn that the
Revr’s. Osborn L. Smith, formerly o!
(the Wesleyan Female College. Macon,
and F. I*. Brown, formerly of Tallia*
ferro county but now of this place, both
j experienc* and, erudite teachers, arc mak
. * n £ preparations in conjunction, to o
pen a female school of high order, in
j this place, next year. This w ill be a
strong team—as good as ever pulled
[ together in any community. They are
both ripe scholars of large experience.
Who will teach our boys and youths?
While the rising female sex are being
; qualified for usefulness in society, let
suitable companions be fitted out lor
them among the rising males, that they
be not unequally yoked together, and
the more especially as the latter have
to brook the stern responsibilities of
life. Let a nude provisions be made
for the education of both sexes.
Italy Messrs, Howard «$• Peacock
want to buy wheat. They have the
greenbacks to pay for it, and will pay
j the highest market price. Ifyiu have
any wheat to sell call at their store
get bran new sacks and make your en
gagements. Shipments for friends will
be made to Baltimore or New’ York.
#*sL.The greatest humbug of the age
Confiscation! The sternest reality
—that LOEWENSTEIN & PFEI
FER sells more goods, and better goods
and prettier goods, at cheaper prices,
than any oilier merchant dare do.
B#L,lutt ar ived at the “Busy B’s”—Gents
1 French Calf Boots, Fine Cloth Gaiters, Fine
'French Balmorals, Oxford Ties, our Latest
•Styles, and will be sold as only BLAIR and
BRADSHAW can sell them, at New York
The United States Hotel, in Atlanta, is a
new institution, just opened for the entertain
ment of guests, by that host of jolly, good fel
| lows, Messrs. Wli taker and Sassecn, both
formerly of the Washington Hall, They have
1 refitted, in splendid style, the late Planters’
j Hotel, and are prepared to entertain their
guests in the most hospitable manner at the
'cry lowest figures. We have been in this
hotel admired its neatness and cleanliness,
and the good taste displayed in all its appoint-
I mi nts, eat at its table and drank at its board.
I We speak that we do know and testify to that
' we have seen, when we say the public should
desire no cheaper, better and bountiful fare,
I nor kinder treatment than they can get at this
house. See card.
It©,,.We are blessed w ith abundant
showers of rain, so are LOEWEN
STELN & PFEIFER with bountiful
supplies of Crockery, Hardware, and
Cutlery. Enough* for everybody to
gel what they want, and their chil
dren after them, dog cheap for cash.
If anybody wants a pleasant home
near Abe sea board, we ad-vise them to
read the advertisement of Dr.-Blair’s,
in another column of this paper,
me ! It affords us some consola
tion to know that there is good things and hints
in store for us whether we ever enjoy them or
nut —we are all the time inspired bv hope that
some day we will overtake them, and the thot
stimulates us eery muchly. It is also very
gratifying to know that when we are stimula
ted lo flic highest pitch, we can so beautifully
coot off by dropping in at PEASE & JACK’S
fashionable Restauraut, on Alabama Street,
Atlanta, Ga., and lake a glass of Ice Cream,
or Ice Lemonade, mixed along with a little
<a\e, with our wives and-sweethearts by our
sides. The thought is exhileraMiig-'l
l£g r *Tl;ive you ever traded any with
I,(J E'W E N STE IN & V F EIFE R?—
It not don’t never lest until you do?
That is if you want to buy bargains in
Dry Goods, "Clothing. * otions, 4‘C.
®sg“A Competent Teacher of Vocal
Music, we are requested to state, -can
secure a large 'Class by making an
efl'irt in this community. Won't some
body send us one ?
‘20,000 pounds of Dried Blackberries
is-wanted by Messrs. • Cox & Bro., of At
lanta, for which the highest market price will
•be paid. They should b • picked and dried in
their red sta f e before they are fufly ripe.
Stoves. —Janies W. S'range, our tinner
•friend, is just now receiving a line lot of Cook
tStoveS, of impro' ed pattern and various size;- - ,
and is anxious to sell them to his cu tomers.
He is emphatically a strange man in many
respects, but the strangest cut of all is, he
wants to sell them cheap !
Muslins and Lawns at N. Y. cost at B. &
B's-; all wanting such goods should not fail to
call and examine our Stock at once.
We regret to learn that Joseph Ford, our
County Treasurer, departed this life, at his
home, on Friday last. He leaves a wife to
whom he had just been married, and a host of
warm fiends to mourn his premature death.
Poor Maxmillian has paid the penalty of the
decree of the bloody Jauarez, in Mexico, by
being shot, ii. cold blood, on the 19th ultimo.
Thank Cod, there is a tribunal where all wrongs
will be redressed.
Richardsoii <fc Sanford
See the adnertisemrat of this firm in this
weeks paper. F, M Kiehardson is extensively
aud favorably known in this section, and by
his liberal dealings, aud promptness in ad his
business relation? with the public,has hereto
fore secured to his house an extensive patron
age. His partner, Mr. Sanford comes highly
recommended as a business titan. Their house
is a branch of the great Rational Stove Works,
of New York, and these gentleman, we are as
sured, are prepared to make it to the interest
of Dealers South to send their orders to them,
in Atlanta, instead of purchasing in New York
One Hundred Thousand Bushels of
IVheat If'an ted, by N. Gilreath «$' Son
for which the market price will be paid
Wheat must be delivered in good mer
chantable order. Sacks ctn be ob*
tained by calling at their store on the
corner ot Main and Erwin streets, op
posite Jones’ carriage repository.
The greatest organ 111 the world is
the orgnu of speech in wornam—it's an
organ without stops.
There is a shoemaker in Maine so
tender hearted that he always shuts his
eyes when he runs his awl into a sole.
A Yankee lawyer, who was pleading
the cause of a little boy, took him up
lin his arms and held him up to the
j jury, suffused in tears. This had a
great effect until the opposite lawyer
asked the bov,
“What makes you cry ?”
“He’s pinching me,” said the boy.
“Why don’t you get married?” said
a vourg lady the day to a bache
“I have been trying for the last ten
years to find someone who would be
silly enough to have uie.”
It is ungenerous to criticise our
fashionable voung ladies for walking
on their tip-toe, as they do now-a
days. They can’t help it. The wa*
terfalls on the top of their heads draw
up the back hair so tightly that they
can’t put their heels down squarely
without great pain. Opinion.
Hard on our Neighbor*
A correspondent of the Chattanooga
Union tells about the sharp practice of
an Atlanta merchant, Perhaps a little
jealousy of the flourishing“ Gate City”
or the rivalry between it and Chatta
nooga for the wheat of Cherokee Geor
gia, had something to do with getting
up the story. Here it is :
Some of the Atlanta merchants are
shrewd. I heard of a good thing per*
pretrated by one of them, which was
related by him to a New York “drum
mer.” The merchant aforesaid is in
the ready made clothing business, and
he told the gentleman from New Y r ork
that when a customer came in, after
letting him try on several coats, he
would say to him that he had a coat
which he had given a gentleman to take
home the night before, but he was
not satisfied with it and returned it—
Perhaps it might fit his customer.—
“Now you know,” says he, “all men
are more or less dishonest ; so I put a
pocket book in one of the coat pockets
which only cost me thirty or forty cents
Now when he puts his hands
in his pockets, and feels this pocket
book, and he buys the coat all once for
a considerable advance on the usua|
price ; and lie never comes back to see
about it !'*
Congress has assembled and gone to
work. There is a quorum in both
Houses. Eight Democratic members
elect were refused enrollment. The
subject of registration the first one ta
ken up. Nothing deffinite had been
done at last accounts. Maxmilian and
his generals have all been shot.
Lemvenstein & Pfeifer are dealers in Dry-
Goods, Notions'Hats, Boots, Shoes. Ready
made Clo' hing, ‘Crockery, Cutlery, Hard ware
&c, &<••, Anything they have in store they
’keep 10 sell, not to look at or simply to fill up
their house- They don;t propose to sell as
cheap as anybody, because the} - have no refus
stock on hand. Their Goods are all new and
of (he latest styles
Wilcox & Gibbs’ Sewing Ma
chines in Cartcrsville, for sale-.
These Machines are sold here at the manu-
prices, twjt Ica limit 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 $56, upward’ The machines all equally
good, hut the price varies with the kind of fin
ish of table and other extra-s.
Office up stairs over Clay ton’s store on pub
lic square East side of Rail-Road—send for cir
culars or call and examine machines.
Gen. Agt. for State of Ga.
May 31, 1567.
In the last, two weeks many families
particularly children have been afflicted
with Dysentery, they have tried, many
of them “Dr. Bullions Dysentery
Drops” and in every case- they have
been made to rejoice at the success ot
it. They all agree in saying they
would not be without it in their house
for ten tines the price of it, everyone
should supply themselves with one or
more Bottles, every Store sholud keep
a supply on hand, Retail Price only 25
cts. A liberal discount to the trade.—
Call and provide, tor you or your fam
ily may betaken sick at night
- Cai’tersville Ga-
Aliberal discount made to all stores.
The advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having
sered for several years with a severe lung affect’ n.
and that dreal d.seaee Consumption—:s anxioUs to
make known to his fell >w-sufferers the means of rare.
To alt who dcs.re i’, he trill send a copy of the
prescription used (free-,;f charge), with tho directions
for preparing and using the same, which they «~'H find
aSURE CUKE for CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA, BKOh’-
<HII rts, COUGHS. COr/DS, and ail Throat and Lung
| Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending
the Prescription is io benefit the affiict-d, and spfCU
information which he conceives to be invaluab! , ffpj
’he holies every sufferer will try his remedy, as it w .il
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties
wl-hiag the prescription, FKEK, by return mai:. w ;: l
1 please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Kings ro New York,
Mayld. 1857. wlj.
lißßous or lonn.
A 0«nt!-mn- wh- suffer-ff for years from Nervons
Debility, Preuieture, Dec*:, anil ail the effects ot
v- athfai Indiscretion, w 11, for the sake of suffering
framar itj, send free to ali who nee*! i*. the receipe and
direciuai for mating the simple remedy by which he
wa* u e-i. Suffer-* wishing to profit by the adver-
Tlset's ex erleoee, can do s< by a< dressing, in perfect
confident: JOHN B. OGDEN. 42 Od»r Street, New
York. May 1, IS<57. wly.
riRCI'UR TO AGENTS.
Western & Atlantic Rail-road.
Office Master of Transportation.
In order to insure the prompt transportation
of wheat, and to prevent dehays, errors, and
losses in its shipment, the following instruc
tions must be strictly observed in aH shipments
of wheat Irom y< ur depot:—
I. .Sacks must be plainly marked,and before
| any portion of the shipment is received, written
instructions must be given liy 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
be adhered to in regard to wheat, and agents
will not permit wheat to bp put into the depot
until the provisions of paragraph I. of this
circular arc compliec with; hut shippers will
be allowed to deliver portions of a shipment
after the written instructions for shipment of a
whole lot have lieen filed with an agent.
JOHN B. PECK.
sieves of Bartow
I propose to sell three tracts of of Land embracing
and will give the best bargains now offered in the county.
920 acres—4oo acres cleared, under good fence and
in a high state of cultivation. The whole tract, lies
well, produces freely and is pleasant to cultivate. It Is
near I’WO MERCHANT MILLS. CHURCHES AND
HIGH SCHOOLS convenient —health and society good.
The improvements consist of a newly finished dwelling
with six rooms—fliu house Smith’s shop and other
necessary outbuildings, together with 6ix other separate
cnements on the place.
Contains .020 acres—SO cleared, Improvements common.
This place lies 1 mile of the-town of Euharlee.
Contains 50 acres., one half clean and.
The above lands can be bought separate or together.
Terms e-sy. Interest in present crop sold with th'- place
if desired and posses.,ion given, forty days from day of
sale. , B. T. LEfcKE.
June 1, 1867,, w3m
I an now receiving from New York a large
Stock of Goods ; consisting of
SHOES. H ITS, HARDWARE,
SADDLERY, STRAW GOODS,
Which I am offering "very low for Cash.
Come and see for yourselves.
Kingston, Ga. E. \. JOHNSON.
May 17, 1867.
Up Stairs in Col. Jones' Carriage shop.
Harris & Thompson.
HAVE just received a FINE AS-
KlWflV SORTMENT OF HARNESS LEA-J JtjjaKk
IT THE It and other materials neces-tjOHs^
IT sary for a first class ■
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP,
and are prepared to furnish all kinds of H ARNESS to
order. Old Harness made new. [?] SADDLES RE-
P.'lYtEf) with, neatrn sa and dlapa'ch. Customers by
calling can find an assortment of NtW I York always
on hand, Cheuj* for Cask.
Cartersville, ua., April sth, 196 TANARUS,
THE great English Remedy.
A certain, speedy and pleasant cure for
Pain in the hack,
Incontinence of Urine,
Diseaseso the Bladder,
Kidney Diseas s,
Stone in Bladder,.
Effects of Murcury,
- • and Gleet.
—lt cures in from five to eight days.
—lt requires no change of Diet.
lt is not disagreeable to tak<*.
—lt imparts no odor to the breath.
—lt gives tone the who'e system.
-—lt removes impurities of t l| e .blood.
Sold, whulesule uad retail, by
WM. H. TUTT,
jan 25.w6in ♦
The undersigned Is putting up machinery for running
wool cards at his rniUs on Etowah river near the Wes
tern vt Atlantic R. E. bridge, 1 miles from C irtersville
and wil l be prepared to do role cardine about the Ist of
.July. Work will be done in a satisfactory manner and
at reasonable rates. Cards all new. Is also prepared
to grind wheat and corn. Patronage is respectfully
solicited. je 7—rtm \\. j McCLATCHEY.
pEORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY.—Robert C. Saxon
ll one of the Administrators on the estate of Richard
IT. Milner, dec cased, having petitioned to be discharg
ed from said adminUtr 'tion. All persons who are con
cerned are required within the tune fixed by law, if any
they have, why the said Robert C. Saxon, should sotlv
•j;., barged acchrdfag the pr»r, rof his petition.
Given order ruy band sod official signature, this the
JSih June, ISO'. J. A, HOWARD, Old.
We respectfully inform the
citizens of Bartow county,
that our stock of Drv 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 inducements to
purchasers. Purchasers buy
ing from us will have a large
well selected and new rtock
to select from—southing 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” ill be faithful
ly kept up, and we pledge our
selves to duplicate any retail
bill made North or South.
Come and see us, one and
all. We will be pleased to
show goods at any time.
W. H. Stocks is with us.
and will be pleased to see his
BLiIU & BRiBSHAH,
sP>snmmtr Brn (foobs!
1M MENSE ATTRACTIOX!!
Immense reduction In Prices!
A "GORGEOUS LOT OF DRESS GOODS
Just Received from llie Late Hew l'oi-k Auction Sale*,
A Reduction ofso per cent, from last month’s Prices!
*fl# Goods •Harked in Plain Figures (
My well known straightforward and honorable course of rnnd'ictimr business is n stifhnt
guarantee to ali who may fa*or nu with their patronage, that they will be farly dealt with.
johjv m. a. nv.Y(hY,
Corner of Wltiteliall and Hunter Streets,
REBPECTFCLLY announers to his friends and the public, that he has just returned from New Y rk, where ha
has bean in attendance at the immense auction sales which took place the l»st week, ami that his magnificent
slock of Midsummer Goods is now complete, and will bo sold at p. Ices that wiU defy uotiipetlou. The most L.ex
perlenoed will at once perceive the great advantage of purchasing a stock of dry goods at this particular time
when iuiporie s are disposing of their stocks regardless of cost, ,
I would annex a schedule of prices, but space will not permit. Suffice li to say that I was In New York when tho
late panic reached its climax, and that. I purchased my present stock 25 per cent, ic.s than it could have been
purchased at any ether time this season.
500 pieces beautiful Dress Goods,consisting of Grenadines, Mosambiipiea. Leans, Poplin**, Lawns, Barege*, etc.
200 pieces splendid goods for Gents’ and Boys’ wear, consisting of Cloths, Cassimcre*, Drap D'Ete, Jeans Linen
Due a and Drills, Marseiles, etc.
300 pieces white goods, consisting of Plain, Striped. Cheeked and Dotted Swiss; Plain. Striped, 'Checked and
Dotted Jaconet; Tarlaton. Nainsook, Crimped Muslin, Brilliuties, Plijue Cloth, Bishop Lawn, etc.
500 pieces American, English and French Prints, all new styles; pieces Bleached Shirtings—New York Mills,
Wamsuttn, Lonsdale. Hope, James', Putnam, and several ottie mil s; S. 0. 10, 11 and 12 1-4 Bleached and lirnwn
Sheeting; 6-4 and 0 4 Pillow Case Cottons ; 20 pieces 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Table Linens, both bleached and, unbleached
80 eases alt styles of shoes; 20enses nil styles Straw Gooet; 100 dozen all styles Hoop Skirts; 300 dozen Ladles’
and Misses’ Hose; 50 dozen Ladies’ beautiful Iron Frames, very superior; a splendid lot of French Corsets; ft sp en
dl< lot of L. C. II mdkerchiefs; 10 pieces beautiful Flannels; a e.omp'eto st ock of Notions; frtMV) Paper Collars for
Ladies and Gents; always on hand, a full stock of .shirtings, Sheetings Osnaburgs, Jean', etc,, whicli will be sold
for factory price. Everything usually kept in a first class Dry Goods Store cun be found here.
P. S—This splendid stock of Goods has been purchased since the 24‘h of May, which announcement will satisfy,
all that great bargains wJI be given.
joiiv m. (awov.
jc. 14, 18<»7. Garner Whitehall ami Hunter Hireets, Atlanta, On.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES
Chamberlain, Cole 4‘ Boynton,
Are selling their immense Stock ot
At Wholesale and Retail* for Cash Only,
At P ric c s to suit the Times
Their Stock of DRESS GOODS comprises every new style in the American markets
HOSIERY GLOVES' t te largest ever brought to Atlanta ;
r SILK »"‘I POPLIN COVERINGS, W LACE POINTS of every variety ;
EMBROIDERIES LACE GOODS of every description ;
PARASOLS a,ld SILK UMBRELLAS to 811,1 evf T b0,1 . v ;
TABLE DAMASKS NAPKINS- TOWELS- TOWELING -».«IRISH LINENSj*
CURTAIN DAMASKS' Goods lor Men’s and Boys wear. DOMESTICS all<l NOTIONS
S&r A L li F 0 R TII E 1. 0 W EST C A SII PRICE
April 12 —ly,
No 1 Granite Block, Broad Street,
f Ailjoinihg the Rail-Road,J
B. F. MOORE, ATLANTA, GA. T - ri.FM.XO.
Wholesale Dealer in Flour, Grain Hay and
all Western Products.
Orders for any description of Merchandise promptly filled, and consignments solicited.
April 2fi, 18fi7.w3m ___________
MENS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING AT THE GATE CITY
We would respectfully inform our friends and the public that we have just received one of the largest • r.d
est selected socks of ___ . , , _ ■ _ _ _ _ .
b ./MISTID SUMMER OHjOTUYT-3STC !
Ever brought to Atlanta, all of which have been manufactured for us' from Go'ds bougU aQlate decline, for
Cash, with special reference to the wauts of this section. We would respectfully invite all to an examination -»f
Our Goods and Prices,
Cassimere Suits for $7 50 to $lO 00,
and upwards. Those acquainted with our Goods, need not, l,t told that onr Clothitiu 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,
CnnVstlng of PCFFET) and PLAIN WHITS? SHIRT?, FANCY and lIROWN* LINKS’ SHIRTS. FNDt'RHAR
MKHTS, of all sizes Fancy and Plain TIE*, bf all deed ipt.lons, Silk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs, Gents
Graj's Patent M dded Golla-. as well as Glazed and M irsehlea Collars, All of which will be sold cheap, rtb .
can be bought elsewhere.
Also, Boots, Shoe3, nats, Sole Leather and other Trunks?
Carpet Bags and Valises, Eugene and. Saratoga Ladies
Trunks, &c. Before purchasing, please call at the
G-ate City Clothing Store by
A. HOSENFELT) & BHO..
X>-.\i Je. rto McC'utny A (Jo’o More, \\ hit« hall .Sir, e»,
April 26, ISOT.wfe ATLANTA, GLOftGA