total lie ml.
\Ve have been hlest with a gracious
Revival of Religion—quite a number
have been converted, and the church
greatly edified. Another one is now
progressing at Stegall’s Chapel, Just
across the Etowah River, A font
dav s meeting will commence at the
new arbour at the Dobbs School House,
near Jacob Lewis, some six miles
north of Cartersville, to-night, embrac
ing Saturday, Sunday. Monday and
Tues lay next. It is expected to devote
four days exclusively to the service of
Cod. at the last named appointment.
All those appointments are embraced in
the Cartersville church, Rev, C. A.
Evans Preacher in charge.
We are requested hy Col. J. W.
Pritchett, to announce to the public,
that tns School will commence (at his
residence oil Main s.reel) on Monday
next, the 2Uth.
Those intending to patronize him,
are requested (it possible ), to commence
with the opening ot the school.
We take the liberty of calling the
attention of those interested to the
condition of the Lightning Rod on the
Presbyterian Church, which is very
much out of repair. In its present
coalition it is liable to he destroyed at
any tune. We hope that this matter
will be looked into and attended to at
once, as other houses 111 that vicinity
are a Iso endangered by the very bad
condition of this rod.
I will sell, commencing Thursday,
(the 25th o 1 this mouth), all Summer
Goods at New York cost, freight added.
Come one come all, 1 am determined
to sell, atld mean what 1 say.
Cartersville. July 23 1867.
JtlY*.\loxico is about to he invaded
ami... Pshaw! LOEVY ENSTEIN
PIT 11’ERS’ store is invaded every
day, both bv Lillies and Gentlemen,
a id large quantities ofgoods are ear
ned ot. at very low prices FO R
C A S 11 .
It seems, Ironi the reports ol our
Fanners, that the rains are very partial
tiiis season, as the crops in some sec
tions of the country are parching up
whiU oilier portions of the country,
have not suffered a day for rain.
Pei; son At,. — Hon. Linton Stephens
ami wife have arrived at their lit)me in
6ctY“See Advertisement of ANDREW
DUN N, under l!u heading u! W heat.
WHE \ T ! WHEAT ! !
Bring on vour W IIEA fto BLAIR
•A BRADsIiIW who will always
strain the market to the highest to help
TtjSfc.Certain parties are recruiting
both North and South fora filibuster
ing expedition into Mexico, hut il you
want to recruit \ our ward robe your
<h Iph, your cutlery, er your house
hold maters, be sure and go to LO'E ■
WENSTEIN A: PFEIFERS’ store,
where vmi can buy all these things
Cheaper.than you can any "where else.
A No. 1 article ol white wheat in
large lots on yesterday (Thursday)
was wot ill 51.95 to 82.00 Red wheat
in large lots and of a superior quality
was worth Si 65 to 81.75..
Btf%_()ur readers will consult their
interests by reading in another column
the ('aril ol J. O. Mtilliewsnn 4* ('o.,
ol Augusta. We feel confident that
they will give satisfaction to all who
may favor them with consignments.
Registration in tfartow Ccun
Up to Thutsday Morning 25th. the
number of whiles registered are 1357 :
colored 619. Total 1976.
Theentiie lot ol Wilcox <fc Gibbs
Sewing Machine at this place being
exhausted, I wish to hear as soon as
possible from th* se haveing ?nv of
these rHachines. who wish to return
tneni. or to exchange them for others
of different finish—so t hat lean order
Cartereville. July 26 1867.
JOHN H. RUCKMAN.
Gin’l Hgt for Ga.
RUN, RUN, EVERYBODY TO
the busy B’s and get your Ready
made Clothing, Hats, Roots, Shoes,
and DRY-GOODS before they are all
fFor the Exjrrets)
1 Tobncco Chewing & Snuff Dip
Next to an inordinance use of strong
drink, one of the greatest vices to
which the American people have be
come almost enslaved is the exresive
use of tobaco —by b ill) male and fe
male— in the various ways of smoking,
chticing and—shame to tlie ladies,
dipping. It is not our purpose to
show how these things ere vices and
evils—for we believe no body disputes
the proposition. They are such vices
however as &o not awaken our fears
and amuse our opposition by iinmedi r
ate and direct ruin, and hence no one
feels called on to make a bold stand
against them. 1 write this for the pur
pose of calling your attention to what
took place in the New Hope Church
Sunday School on last sabbath.—
Their Superintendent Dr. S. W. I,e
land has established a rule of having
som'; one of the teachersof the school to
deliver the children an address on
some important subject every Sunday.
Last sundav it was the Dr’s, turn
He addressed the children on the
mischievous and rnious effects of the
use of tobacco. The v hole subject,
chewing, smoking, and dipping, was
illustrated in the Dr’s, peculiar style
to the perfect comprehension of the
children. The lecture concluded, the
pupils men called on to know how
many of them would sign a pledge not
to use tobacco in any way. The
whole school, we believe, and a large
school at that, with the exceptions that
two signed the pledge. Well done lor
the New Hope Sunday School.
Who can estimate the amounts of
good that will grow out of this simple
affair Will not other .will r.ot all the
Sunday Schools in the Country more
in the same direction ; and thus check
if not put an end to this great evil*
We shall watch with much interest
the results of the Dr’s, lecture and the
pledge signed by the children. If they
will be firm to their promise many ol
these children in years to come will
rise up and call their supreintendant
B6TMessrs, HOWARD f* PEACOCK
of this place, have the Greenbacks already or
hand to I ay the market price tor any quantity
of WHEAT. It you have any wheat to sell,
oil at Messrs. A. A. S * inner & Co's Store
and get some bran new sacks to put it in
They will forward wheat for any of their cus
tomers and friends, to either Baltimore or New
\ conundrum. Why do the la
dies prefer to trade with LOEVVEN
STEIN & PFEIFEII 2 ANS WER~
Beeause they sell prettier goods and
cheaper bargains than anv body else.
We had comforted ourselves that
the ballad -mongers had used ••mother”
completely up, and set her to music in
all possible combinations of demis-emi
quavers. But we were mistaken, an
other songster it as taken a tilt at the
old ladv, and exclaims to slow music :
“Mother, dear, I have left you now,”
we congratulate ..mother.” she will
have less washing anti baking to do
“ no w.”
tS-The Editor of the Bossier (La.)
B miner Biliks that by the time lie gets
through with his experience in district
No, 5 under Sheridan, lie will he able
to stand It—! very comfortable.
FINE DUCK PANTS FOR SALE
Ai’N. Y. COST BY BLAIR k
Wanted, Tidings of a Widows’
A destitute widow, Mrs. R. C. Mon
roe, whose postoffice is ‘-Stephens
Store. Calloway county, Missouri.”
is very anxious to he;>r some tidings
ol her son, James Richard Monroe. A
carpenter by trade, who left her home
in company with two sons of judge
Bright to join Price's army on thp 20th
of October, 1S P 4. She has not heard
from him since, but has heard that some
voting Misntirians living in Texas
were shipwrecked near Charleston, S.
C., and 'hat one of them named Mo.,
roe, who said his home was in Mis
lead come from Charleston to Boa-ling
Green, Kentucky. Any person -who
can give her information in regard to
her son will confer a great favor upon
an anxious mother by writing to Mrs.
R. C. Monroe, “Stephens Store. Cal
loway county, Misouii.” Southern
papers are requested to copy. —Louis
50 Pcs New Prints all dark colors,
just arrived at the busy B*s and for sale
at reduced prices.
Read the advertisement of C. D.
Owens. General Western Agt of the
great Southern Freight Line Via
Measro Editors Exphj>B:
•‘ln union there U Strength” ia an old adage
which has been «o recently, and terribly de
mona.rateil, and verified, tbit haneeforth, it
will be receiveJ as one of tho sclt-evident
propositions requiring no argument; without
this element nothing very great has been
accomplished. If we accept the achievments
of the rare genius, whom providence has seen
lit in hia infinite wisdom to lend the world for
some special purpose.
History is constancy repeating it self, and
adding to its vast store of examples for our
instruction, and no people, since the days o'
Moses, have contributed more rapidly their
share, than the U. S. have done in the last six
years. Yet I am inclined to think, that a
••looker on Venice” woukl be induced to say,
we were looking more to the quantity than
the quality of the material we are producing,
and the profits very inconsiderable to the out
So great a change, in the internal Policy of
a nation, has never before been tried on a
scale of such magnitude, as the late Radical
change in labor, the effect of which time alone
But there are results, which will certainly
grow out of this untried experiment—a change
in the direction of investments.
It will no longer be in negroes, mules, and
land, to make money, to be repeated in a like
investment in a never ending circle, as in by
Then would not all provident people mani
fest their wisdom, and fore-sight, by at once
abandoning prejudice, and passion, and so
shape their policy, as to meet the exigencies
of future developments,
It is now manifest to the most careless
observer, that Heaven is again smiling upon
the Industrious, and commendable efforts of a
fallen people, and that a few years of plenty
will beget a surplus fund for investment. Our
prosperity as a People depends very much
upon the direction given to their investments.
No one, desiring the improvmcnt of this
country, would advise or be pleased to> see thi#
surplus Capital absorbed in lands by the few
fortunate enough to control the means, to buy
up large landed estates, to be rented or may
be uncultivated, but would rather advise the
division into small estates to be sold to good
substantial Citizens, who will improve and
put them to their maximum in production,
making our beautiful Valleys truly to blossom
like the rose, dotted with neat cottages; filled
with the smiles of a contented, happy, and
prosperous people; corn cribs overflowing, and
grainerics groaning with plenty.
Tne direction in our humble opinion that
this Surplus should take is first and promi
nent, Rail Roads, and next Manufactories.
Railroads stand above all the inventions of
man in the development of the resources of a
country. In stimulating 'he energies of a
people t > the accomplishment of the mighty
results of well directed industry and genius.
In the enhancment in value of homes, and
real estate, almost always equivalent to the
out-lay of the road; In the progress aud ad
vancement of the people to a higher standard
of intelligence, and excellence, —the hope, and
Safe-guard of Liberty; In furnishing a market
at your door, to increase the compensation of
labor, and to lesson the amount necessary to a
given result; In fitting and adapting a. coun
try to other order of improvements, such as
manufactories; It requires a combination of
circumstances to produce certain results, which
may repeat themselves or die out. Small pox,
as illustrating will re; eat itself independent of
its creating circumstances ; but many other
equally fata! diseases, as yellow fever will die
Manufactories, though of such immense
importance to the highest development of a
country, are not self-creating, but require a
chain of circumstances to favor their growth,
these circumstances, in some rare localities,
are almost entirely supplied by nature, but in
most places ttiey are the work of man, and if
our people intend to assist in making this
country, what it seems, nature intended it
should be, by t l, e lavish manner in which He
has scattered Hi» favors—in the best of water
powers; the finest soil; the most delightful
and healthful climate; lhe most extensive
beds of gold, silver, manganese, iron, slate
grind-stones, limestone and fine timber inex
They ought to let no opportunity pass un
improved, least other less eligible ylaces fovor
cd by more enterprising citizens, may term
what nature seems to design for this country
in some other direction; now if we will act
promptly, we might build a road from Carters
viile to Decatur Ala-., and not only benefit
ourselves greatly, but all the people on the
line of road from here to Charleston ; but sup
pose we stand still, and discuss it, some are
atmid i: will injure thi> place, and others that
place, one will not act if it dues not go by his
place, and o'hers if it does go throug-h his
place, until the people of Savannah take hold,
and make the connection, and trade all turned
in that dmciion, then we can repent our
folly at our leasure. S.
Threat from a Loyal Leaguer.—
The expose of the “Loyal League” is
having its effect. The Nashville Ban
ner has the following threat :
Nashville, July 11. 1867.
The following letter was delivered by
the carrier, Buckley, at iny house to
day. I pronounce the anchor a liar, a
'coward -and a sneak, and say to him
j -‘Lay on Macduff.” I keep canes for
1 dogs and pistols for men.
! William Driver,
241 South Scunner Street.
William Driver, Esq., 241 South
Perjured traitor, beware. The out
raged and avenging spirit of Liberty
and Loyalty, swift as an arrow and re
morseless as the grave, is on your track
—the reward of your treachery will
be swift and sure. Outraged loyalty
will vindicate itself. Beware.
s u e
A'l partir* to M -, will r!ea?.> e'tce f'-rward
Ard ettfe. or we m ill b- cviujv-kea to pul t- e * c 0110,
In th» tsaml* of »■ riM* one for c»llert)or>, we must
hftvd T-vir.t v tiy up )r.,uMt*
Ufi 'l a KR v WES.
Cartersville, Ga- J
" Hook Noiictt*.
Th- Life of Lieut Gen. T. J. [Stonrws!!]
Jackson, embracing his Campaigns in the
The Valley and Army of Northern Virgin
ia, with Diagrams of the principle Battle-
Fields upon which this imrno.tal hero mcn
leveured. Price from Four to Six Dollars,
according to finish.
This is a very interesting work and should
be in every family in the Southern States.
doses and the Proph-ts. Christ, an ! the Apos
tles, Fathers and M irtvrs, illustrated wth
Eighteen fine Steel Plate Engravings, a
Map of the World, s * hundred pages
Price Three and a nail to Four Dollars, ac
cording to finish.
The above bonks are sold >n’v by subscrip
tion, and can he obtained of PF.NDLE PON
ISBELL, Cartersville, who is sole Agent for
the counties of Bartow, Floyd and Polk,
July 10 1), 1837.
WlScox. iw Gibbs’ Sewing Ma
chines in t atlersvllle, for sale.
These Macmncs are sold here at the manu
facturer’s prices, but 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 vies: able 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 upward* The machines all equally
good, but the price varies with the kind of fin
ish of table and other extras.
Office up stairs over Clayton’s store on pub
lic square East side of Rail-Road—send for cir
culars or call an ! examine machines.
JOHN 11. RUCK MAN,
Gen. A.gt. for State of Ga.
May 31, 1867.
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 of
it. They all agree in saying they
would uot be without U in their house
for ten tines the price of it, evtryone
should supply themselves with one or
more Bottles, every Store sholud keep
a supply on hand, Retail Price only 25
cts. A liberal and sconnt to the trade.—
Call ar.d provide, lor you or vour fain -
ily may be taken sick at night
BEST & KR AMER.
Aliberal discount made to ail stores.
The advertiser, having l>een restored to health in a
few weeks t.y a very s’mpie remedy, after having -us
fared f'.i several years with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease O.n.sumptio —is anx-- a» t
make known to his felt .w sufferers the means of eu e.
To all who desire i f , he will send a e >py <!' the
pn sorij ttoD used (free of ch rge), «Ph the directions
for nrep ring a id us nit the ea ne. which they w S' find
a SURE CURE for • OW-UMP CION. ASTHM'a, ISUO.Y
CHIITS COUGHS. COLIJri, arid ail Throat at a Lung
Affections. The on.y object of the drertiser in seeding
the Prescription is i<* benefit the alHicud, a-d spread
information which he conceives to beinvaluahl , and
he hopes every sufferer will try his rein-dy, as it will
ci st them nothing, and uiav jir,, V “ a btessi g. Paries
wi-hing the preacrip'tnn, FULii, by leturn in ; , wiit
please address r.E\. Kl)iV , ! 'I) V Olto ('
Willi,suit bmo;, Kings Cos., New Yoik.
May Ist, IS6T. wly.
CIRCULAR TO AGENTS.
Western & 4ff:inffc ElaSI-road.
Office Master of Transportation.
In order to insure the in-ompt transportation
of wheat, and to prevent delays, errors, and
losses in its shipment, 'he following instruc
tions must be strictly of s.-rve i in a!! shipments
of wheat t. r. ur depot:—
I. Backs most b ■ tdair.lv marked,and before
any portion ci the sid mient is received, wsitton
instructions nuisi bo given by consignor, show
ing number of sacks to I e shipped, marks,
consignor, consignee, Jcstmatlon, and the route
by which it is to be shipped.
11. Special Instruction No. 2 will he strictly
observed in giving receipts for when*.
111. Rule No. 4. in printed local tariff, must
be 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 die
circular are cornp'iec 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 neont.
EUKORS OF iOt’l’ii.
A Gentleman win suffered for years from Nervous
Debility, Premature, lieca.t, ami tut ti e elt-its u i
vouthfai iiu iscretlon, w 11, :or the sake cf s.Bering
humanity, semi free i all who need i>, the rect .j ea and
directions lor niukiLg ihe siu.pe remedy b; »'h C rt be
wasi fiievi. Stiffwre s wishing vo profit by toe n<jv-er
tiser'a cxpe.irljce. chii Ho so by x «i; tssiuj?. ir» j effect
coi.fidcu.ee, JOHN 15. OGDEN, 42 Cel r Strtii, Ne-v
York. May], lso7. wty.
Ba. G, G. BOY,
On the Dillard Farm,
OTILL offers his proffewsi mat serv'ces td the Public.
O tie wuuid respee ful.y ks-liis old patron-, and ,-'1
otiiers t > piy hi n. Ai. tttuee who haveClaicus 'igafns
l ira or the estate of Job,; W D.IU.d. uecca.-ed, , !i
pleote present tiiem to Col. W. H. Pitcbe », Attorney
at Law, Carter >v iie, Gi„ for se' demerit.
b. Gr. Itirk, Lxec. Li,, ucliu W. Dillard.
Througli Rtttcs on W&eat f roia
TO Matos. 13 Cents.
** Stw-\ ort, Pniiadetphia, f ......... 4d *•
“ But n re, f
Cars go ii.r ugh from Atl rta to Sa-amsah without
tran.-fer. F• «t c!a« side V’h.i.: -.ie» sti'ps.ieave S>-
vaar.ah e*ery Tue. -t . T .ur- ; ty -i.,d jtatur lay. ihe e
by securing to shi; erw pr,'Bjpt ueitv- y in Nsv Yoit.
free for warding -m . no k .a i..a or or- yage on wheat
for New York, Phuadelphia or lit, im-.re.
G. J. FOdEACr.F,
\otFUrrC &i Ai v,,
j«2?, Ai.la .f-, Ge
Tfic "Dcst .UnrliSnc tu (!ic
Mrs L). L. DeGolia sars . "I hare need
the “'ttti.sUuMoop” stitch f>r seven voars and
have Inn’: !;Mit t--. new (or: vet l have never
known a seam to‘r.ji’—nor has the machine
been >ut -•! -r. The VVii.ox St, Uibbs is
he best i;i the wjrlJ *”
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
(WHITAKER & SASSEEN, Proprietors,)
\\t E take pleasure in Informing cur old
YV friends, patrons and the public gener
ally, hat we have refitted, painted, furnished,
and enlarged the above House, making it in
style and capacity equal to any house in this
city. We L .re done this at a heavy expense.
Our II use is wed located, within 100 yards of
the General Passenger Depot; and we flatter
ourselves that a long experience and strict ap
plication to business will not fail to he appre
ciated by a generous public. Our charges for
the present will be $3 per day for trai sient
board, and we arc offering special induce in cuts
to business tn a for single meals, Ac.
Will TAKER & SASSEEN.
I hereby forewarn ail persons not to trade
tor a note given by me to Messrs. Short Broth
ers, ol New York, for One Hundred and Nine
ty-nine Dollars and Eight cents, as I do not
intend to pay said note unless compelled by
law. The consideration for which the note
was given has entirely failed.
E. V. JOHNSON.
Kingston, Ga., June 26, 1807.
Oartersville, Ga , June 25th 1537.
I)v order of James Milner. Judge of the Su
perior Cou't of the Chero' ee Circuit,
tli*re will be an adjourned term of the Superi
or Court held for the County of Bartow on
the sth Monday tn July n -xt, for the trial of
criminal cases. Jurors, parties and witnesses
will take due notice an I govern themselves ac
cordingly. ’i'llOs. A. WORD,
Elk. L. C. B. C.
ole res of Barlow
L 11! §.
I propose to sell three traces of of Land embracing
and will give the best bargains now offered in the county.
910 acres—loo acres cleared, u-der govt fence end
In a high R'-.te of cultivation. The whole tract lies
v eil nrodu-es f reelv aid is pleasant to cultivate. Ii
i, -.r t'WO MMIICiI '.NT MILLS CHURCH K3 AND
nittH SCHOOLS Convenient —health and society good.
he imi'i oven ents consist of a newly finished it welling
v, ;u, six ro .ins—Gttt house Smith’s shop and other
ntcessary outbuildings, together with six oilier separate
eneuients on the pi ice.
Contains 320 acres—SO cleared, improvements common.
Puis place be* l mite of ti e town of Eul.arice.
Contains CO acres, one half cleand
The above lands can be hou ht separate or together,
Terms e sy. I deresfc in present crop »old with th p’ace
it < eshed and posses.ion given, torty days from day of
s , t l e- B. T. I.EtKE.
June l, 1867. w3m
I an now receiving from New \o.’k a large.
Stock cfGoodb ; consisting of
SHOES. H ITS. HARDWARE.
SADDLERY, STRAW GOODS,
Which I am offering very low for Cush.
Come and see for yourselves.
Kingston, Oa. D. V. JOHNSON.
May 17, 1567.
Up Stairs in Co’. Jones' Can-luge shop
Harris & Thompson.
HAVE j<i=t received a FINE AS- ft
SO -TvifcNT OF H.V»SKsSLEA-OagEht
aud oitier materials
ti * &<iiy for a fi st class “
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP,
are prepared *o furnish all idnrtg of HARNESS to
nrrtrr. Oid tlarress ma e new. [rj S.VOD ES KK-
P 111 ED with neato* ss and dispao-ti. furto i era by
calliiuf can fif>d an asG.rt r i iiit of Xtw Work always
on hand, CJu ’p for Oath.
Oartarsvil.e, u&, April sm, 1867.
rpHE lire it English fi< :nvdy.
£ A certain, speedy and pleasant cure for
Pain in the back,-
Incontinence of Urine,
Diseaseso the D ladder,
Ki Iney Diseas s,
Stone in Bladder,
Effects of Murcury,
—lt cures in from five to eight days.
—lt requires no change of Die’.
—lt is no’ disagreeable to fake.
—lt imparts no odor to the breath.
lt gives tone the who e system.
—lt removes impurities of t e blood.
Sold, wholesale end retail, by
m, H. TUTT,
August fi> an.
Iffibsnnimrr §nj #oote!
Immense reduction In Prices!
I GORGEOUS LOT OFDffiSS GOOD
Just Received from the Late New Yurie, lucllon Siller,
A Reduction of 50 per cent, from last month’s Prices \
+lll Goods Jlfarkcd In Plain Figures !
My well known straightforward and honorable course of conducting business is a suTvc
...uarantee to all who may fa'or me with their patronage, that they will be lurly dean wi h.
JOIIJY M. G.BY+YO+Y,
Cartier ol' Whitehall and Hunter Streets,
RESPECTFULLY annourc* s to Us friends and the piib’lc, that he has just returned from New T rfc, where ha
has bee id atuniauce at the immense auction salts which 1h k pUct* toe l -at weeU, ana Uiat hid tc.il
stoct ol'Midsuiuin.r Goods i. noiV eompie.e, and will be sold at p.ihe» that win d.ty coinpeiiou. luo most mw
perleneed will at once perceive the great advantage or pu-chaslng a stock of dry grnli at this particular tlrna
late panic readied its climax, a .and tba. 1 purchased my pr.sent stool. £o per coal, less than 11 oo i.d hate
puiclui&cu ut any ether *i*L.e khis season.
COO pieces beautiful Dress Goods, consisting of Grenadines, Mozambique. Lenos, Puplinos, uawns, Barege.', e'c.
200 pieces spierdit! goods for Gents' and Boys* wear, consisting of Cloths, Cassimerey, I)rap D I-tp, Jean*, Llr.t.i
Duca. a..d Drills, Marseile*, etc.
300 pieces white eond*. consisting of Plain. Striped. Checked and Dotted Swisv Plain. Striped, 'Checked and
Dotted Jaconet; Tarlatan. Nainsook, Crimped Muslin, Brilli turns, Piq le O.oth, Bivhop Lawn, etc.
NH> pieces American, Enefish and Wench Prints, all new P t v Vs; IfiOO pieces Bleached
Sheeting; *5-4°arid 6 4 Pillow CabJ Eauas* 20 puUT'A' 9-4 and 104 Table Elnent.botb bleached and, unbleached
30 cases alt styles of shoes; 20 cases b’l Myles Straw Gores; V* ao.eu all
and Misses’ liT; finrf-wi Ladies’ hesntifu' Iron F ’"ice very ds' , * r denrtli Vs i 1 , .„r
for factoiy price. Evciyllung usually kept in a first class Dry Goods More cuu be found here.
r. 8 This splendid stock of Goods has teen purchased since the 24th of May, which aancuncomeni will satisfy.
ali that great bargains w.il be given.
JOHN 31. C IWO\,
ie. H, 1867. Corner Whitehall and Hunter Streets, Atlanta, Ga.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE Tl US
Chamberlain , Cole <£* Boynton,
Are selling their immense Stock ol
nv wmsm ™ wHmut
id s, wsi © © ® So
At Wholesale and Retail, for Cash Only }
At P rices to suit the limes
TJieir Stock of DRESS GOODS comprises every new style ::: the Arnetican oiarl.c ts
unOIKPV -dm! °! nupc;. the. largest ever hmugot to At.arstri ;
SIU POPLIN COVERINGS. LACE POINTS »f-«'J v “ t; *
E ,1BiiOIBE!ilES ■■■<"' IACE GOODS <>' “. .y u-enruoa i
PARASOLS >'"<> SILK UMBRELLAS "> s 'll l™ 1 -' ■. .
TABLE DAMASKS- NAPKINS- TOWELS- TOWELINb ■>"* IRISH LINEN ! •
riIuTASN DAMASKS’ tiouds tor Men sand Boys w ear. DOMES i lUo alH * «U I IdNo
gfey-Af.L FOR TIIE LOWEST CASH PRICE.-©!
April 12 —ly,
I. SL S©Sf Wl*lS s
WHOLESAALE GROCER AND COMMISSION ffiRCHAR
No 1 Granite Bloch, Broad Street,
[Adjoining the Hail-Road,]
B, r. MOORE, ATLANTA, GA. T - p - FLtM,NG -
Wholesale Dealer in Flour, Grain’ Hay- and
all Western Products.
Orders for nry description of Merchandise promptly filled, and consignments solicited.
Apiii 20, L867.w3m
MENS 5 AND BOYS’ CLOTHING AT THE GATE CITY
We wouvfoeso-ctfully inform our fi tends and'the publiv that we have just received one of the largest and
IpMIX-fa- SXJXARVTEK, CLOTHING!
hiCS'lik’cU'S “i & StiiSSVK Sl'-wfJS? >53^,-a
Our Goods and Prices,
, ' na a-»!i as ho most f».tld»ou», n» to price and qtwi’Uy
r£2? X S « -—«*.
Gassimere for S/ SO to Sa.o 00,
and onwards Those acquainted with our Hoad*, nee I not br told that our Cloth!mr Is made up by the bea
workmen, and ts superior goods. In addition to the above, we k»cp. V*', a large stock of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
, . pi’pcpn R-wi PLAI’J WHIT?. PfilßT?, FANCY, and B R OWN LI V EM SHIP.TP,
MEVTS ofa’l sires Pancv and Plain TIE', or ail description-, s>!k and t r,er. pocket _«a idicerd.iefs, h *nt«
Gray’s Patent Mil led Collar, as well as Giaaed and M-irsebloa ColUrs, All of wh.cu w;.l be so.d cueapvriu»
can be fcougbi elsen h. re.
Also, Boots, Shoes, 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 fey
A. HOSENFELD & BRO..
Next dorr to McCaray A Cfo; Drug Store, Whitehall Street,
April 26. 1307.wtc ’ ATLANTA, SEORSA