f balling—rulored lubie* crying
At the Cork jail the convicts get uiea l
t rat otiiy one* a yeat —Christmas.
Victor mm an lit. 1 is said to be
‘steeped in debauchery.”
The Czar Alexander is writing a
book, li wili be bound in Russia.
The site of the «>id Salisbury (N. C.)
' ’ 10 is now occupied bv a corn
New York claims that buildings are
up in that city w trill fifty mill"
“Hid Dog Tray's ever faithful.” they
snv. Rat tiie dug who is faithful ea l
’i’hcv are poiuz to hr>vf» gas in Je
rusalem, s* bonipatiy being formed tlirr.
lor that purpose.
Miss Margret Stone died in Harris
lm ris last Sunday at the age td one liun
dred and twelve.
'i’l’.e city of Memphis is in a qnan
durv. Jt ows ?0!)0,t)00 atnl bus only a
The best capita! to begin life with is
a capital wile. If the capital don’,
increase the family will.— Exchange.
[Not in all cases.J
A If iston paper says that civilization
is newspapers, Suntl <y schools, and
•oap and water.
Sir Kit ward Landseer i* in tlu* High,
lands a'Stalkibg the wild deer and fol
lowing the roe, not with artistic aspi
ration-. but with a mere vulgar view
to veil: ion.
A \ tung woman fainted in a New
York theatre a lew niglus since and
wale, being thrown in her face, she
revived, exclaimed: “Oh, ray new
A Radical editor cries aloud, “draw
the lines.” “VVtdi, Rid, pass one
around your neck, we’li draw it,” says
the cheerful Prentice.
Dr. Allen, a celebrated, dentist, says
that m the United filates, in a popula
tion nl thirty millions, there are twenty
millions of teeth annually lust by
A man in Havana recently attempted
to elope vyilb three women on the same
evening. The enterprise was too com
plicated, and he laded.
Alexander Dumas, pore, is said to
have made ten millions francs by hi<
weightings, and to have expanded it all
like a prodigal prince.
T!ie< Governor has pardoned Win.
II Curtis, a convict in the penitentiary,
..meritorious services in disclosing a
dangerous plot of other convicts to es
Why docs water boil sooner in an
old saucepan than anew one ? Punch
takes it upon hi nself to answer this
abstruse query by saying, “It’s because
the old pan is used to it.”
It is said that in England common
bricks absorb as much as a pint of wa
ter each, and a wall of 12,080 bricks
will hold 1.500 gallons of water, requi
ring a ton of coal to evaporate it.
Mirrors are placed in the windows
of houses in Brussels at an angle which
•■-gives the la !y of the house a glimpse of
her cellars. She cannot till wlteiher
/lie is at home or not until she lias look
The bottom of Iho Trmnpgcnp ri v,’r
< V still to be “llu^l><i govern-
A Yankee has nn.h’rukeii
t u* contract of fishing it. tin.
W’liv is n pretty lady like a hu-iKim*.
tivu eii'MiK' ! I).»nt give It up there are
plenty reasons: She sends olf 11 a<*
sparks, transports the mails (males), has
a train foil owing her, and pisses over
The last “oldest person” in this
country is said to be a colored woman
named Flora Stewart, now living in
L Huienderrv, N. 11. She was born in
the year 1751).
The new invention in buttons, by
which they rail never lull oft’, is crea
ting mtie’i alarm ladies
sis it is exported that the matrimonial
demands will be a flee led thereby.
“XI assj, 1 know a voting lady flat
wants to make your acquaintance very
maeh ?” “What does the young lad\
want to make my acquaintance tor V’
“Cans she links you make a lust rate
playmate for her poodle dog.”
A western girl tried to drown herself
because her lover temsexl to marry her,
but she only got into a quagmire up to
di r knees, and it took Henry half an
lutir to scrape the mud oil' lrom her
11l Dublin a hairdresser has intro*
rldeei! a machine for rutting hair. It
huaisists of rapidly revolving knives.
Jar tl this effect is said to be very pleas*
Pant. The chances of the cranium com
}W within the scope of the moving
■rides are not mentioned.
■J *t niaekhurn, late superintendent
m ln th >Jonsmteiion of the new Deaf
■ oud DL Asvluin in Columbus, Ohio,
■ "as misted on Friday last on charges
I preferra against him of embezzlement
the Mate funds to the amount o' £9.-
wC7C), way of uniuithnrized and
Plalsi- ciiargfx He waived an txamina"
Ition and gave baa trval.
Sarah N ding—Vnke. rots, vake!
HChe moon is high, twinklin' stars are
g»ehmm% while now and then, across
Mie sky. a meteor are streaming! Vake.
s»>l!ie. vake, ar.ff look on me—V:*kt
JViUnte daughter! Il Fif have you and
hav e me—(by gosh, who threw
tmit water?) '
i jPom Cowan told the following with
iat zest. He said that once on a
i ||l e he and Judge Wright—a Western
V Jlst. not Lamous uir Ins pel
\kftude —went to a Hint lie hall in the
yC.J/ of Memphis. Tpe semi-sable k ’t p-
him to pass into the ball*
en .l>>.Do W
SW<ng ".i Hunk lo <!ur':.
| I’AfiTEftSVIILE ADVFJWSSfOTS
I “liie feujplii m
>«%?)*! : t
' . >—*i>- ->
CARTERS V ILL E, G A.
rttllC auenliuri of the citizens of North Ga.,
| is ; vifi Ito the veil selected stuck 01
BUGGIES and CAHIH XGF.B.
lie will sell extremely low *oi CASH,
lie is now s i im? lower than the sime and ies
if vehicle.c.-; ran be Luught in tins part '1 the
O J f iski.iji. ! jemima C( ) .NiGORD TF G-
G i I.S to. -ah* Hv hun. i■' r* 1 1 1 f *:* with a. great
Variety nt .Ni Hi J HER s' made
in the very bv -t factories, an i all rights
lie is in ),:Uf... tnriiKt of the ho,-1 material
iifi.l warkmtnsiilu, siipor or iutic.es of BUG
GIES .n l CAKIfi.\GBi3, j- goodui w.ise.er
ni i T«> s oiiii of V.a>o.i iS Dixon’s line.
Repairing of every kind, Us well as all orders
Strictly attended to.
lie tins mule exiensi 'c prcjuratianss, and
has connected hun-cif with
Messrs. Wyman ik May,
a popular and r- liable I,rm.
He ffclsencoiir.ige 1 by his liberal patronage
return Lag o nun, arid is determined to please
every one if in bis power.
$135 to S3OO.
Sept. 20, 1867
J, A. ERWIN & CO.,
A BE NOW RtCEIVIVn. AT THE OLD STAND
-TA. t)F .1, N, Sl *6. ERWIN, an elegant
Whif b they will sj l! at the
Everyb'»<ly Is invited to
c r J i'‘\ i 'P
S' lluxJl v- -l w. l
A N D
]> u y Bargains!!!
Their motto is
Small Profits and
FuiU'isville. Oct. 17, 1867,
\yiLl be -giM, bv virtue-of. in order from the Court
of Or Ho ity, in ibe ton n t.f Car , ers> ille on the Ist
Tuesday in Dec*mkr next, one 16' acre Ut of land
lesa tho wiifows iti ver which has already been assign
ed, th« re rem aninu to i*e H'T a< res, hi untied as fol
lows : on the north hy land lot mui ly owned by Thos.
II *uibeaut, wes* by land f nnerly owned by Belton
C'nwforJ, s 'ti h Ly !a*«d of Wiley Smith aud on
by land of McKelvey the siajekuown as the Trotter
phtce, sold as the property of the estate of lTios L* D.
Trotter dece'd, and for'the benefit of the heirs and cre
ditors of said deceased, one half cash and balance due
111 IS months with t»ood security Sept 20th 1567.
JNO. W. WOFFORD, Adm’r.
CASH I CASH!!
Will be advanced 011 Cotton, to
Farmers who may desire to have their
Cotton shipped to cither Southern or
Northern markets. Call and see us.
HOWARD §• PEACOCK.
N. B.—Bacon, Bagging and Rope
will be advanced also if desired.
Cartersville, Sept. 20, 1867.
pBORGIA, BARTOW C OUNTY.—Whereas A. J.
v-TWeem?, adm'r of V. A. Burton reprioents to the
c ni-r in his petition, duly filed and ei’ered on record,
tb it he has fully administered V. A. Marion's esiate.—
This is iherefore to cite alt jtersons domed, kindred
and creditors, to show cause if any they can vhy said
admlidstrator should not be discharged frr-m his sd
lulnisuatiiwi, and receive letters of diLnission from the
same in terms of ihe iaw. J. .V UoAYARD
July li ISO 7. Ordiuarj.
CONFECTIONERY AND FANCY ’GROCERIES,
Mltltchall Street ut st side,
Ajiiv dor as from Alabama st>4t Atlanta Ga.
CHEESE, HANI$ h BEEF, RICE,
Fruits, NutS, Cur
i cant s. Gaisins Se
! o arb- Snuff’
| Cw*tn/ Xtrchantt t*ppi:ei a* tfbv'York priott.
no v 1
S. B. OATMAN,
Tor WILLIAM GRAY,
biporter and Dealer in Italian, Bloch
adille, and Jf’hite Rutland Statuary
£ WE are note receiving and fWV
,vt 13 s£ort '> a arge !l ' l ''frl
Bydjk ! M stock of finisher | ! ij
' e/iAr Mid rough Marble, which I JunJ. *
we oiler to the public on Ju lAt
• h»- most reasouable
Owinir to the high price of marble at tics
time, manv persons are kept from purchasing.
! propose to reduce pri- es so that ail can buy.
VI . facilities are such for purchasing the ma
terial, that I will be sail died with small profits
ami quick sales —such is niv m dto.
We are prepared to furniw.l in theliest style,
Moiiumgitts, cirvcd and i lain, Box Tonabs,
Tablets, ear v eil and plain. Head-stones, Urns,
Vases, <Sic., and Furnishing Marble of all de
With good and experienced Workmen in all
departments of busin'ss, we hope t > merit a
-h >re of pub i<’ p .tronagi-’ Dcoignsof Monu
ments and any other work in Marble, furnish
Orders so icited and promptly filled. Office
and Yard adjoining Be Ivue Hotel and oppo
ite Georgia Railroad Depot, ATLANTA-,t»a
Dec 6th. 1566.
Lesis L. Abbot*, It. L Abbott, It. F. Abbott.
ABBOTT a,.a Bros.
and Wholesale deal
ers in Produce,
JATXj A-HyPT-A.. G-A--
ESTABLISHED IN BUSINESS IN 1858.
Clear Bacon sides,
bO Oaaks new in store and to arrive within the next
three d-ys. for s-ile at lowest cash prices, bv
ABBOTT & BROS., Com. Merchants, Atlanta.
Siijsrnr ! sugars!
25 B-irre’p Extra 0., and Yellow 0., Sugars, for sale
by AUBOBT * BROS.. C mtn'ss’.on Merchants,
Whitehall Street. Atlanta , Ga.
2 000 Sacks Viigtnia Salt. In store, and for sate, at
Manulaclure,b’ prices, by ABii<)Tl’ i
Commission Azeichants, Whiten a. I btrt-e.,
10.000 bushels new corn.
for which the highest price will be paid, by
ABBOTT Jr BROS..
Whitehall stiect, Atlanta, Ga.
3,000 busliela-gotjci oats,
in biles, WASTED, by ABBOTT & BRO’..
Whitehall street, Atlanta, tia.
10 bales india bagging,
fur sale by ABBOTT & BUOS.,
40 bales kentucky bagging,
for sale by ABBOTT k BROS,.
50 coils rope for sale by
ABBOTT & BROS.,
Commission Merchants, Whitehall str.,
Col lon Goods 1
5 bales 4-4 sheetings
just received and for sale by ABBOTT & BROS.,
5 bales cotton yarns,
just received and for sale by ABBOTT & BROS.
Oct 9, 1867. wGm
FORCE'S BOOT AflD SHOE
ARE now receiving their FALL and
WINTER STOCK of BOOTS AND V
SHOES, the largest ever brought to L
this market. These goods came direct vjy 3 ~**(*SsZt»
from the Eastern manufactories, and will be sold to
Country Merchants and the Trade at New York prires.
expenses added, consisting of Mens’. Bovs’, Youths’,
and Childrens’Wax, Kip, Calf, and Buff Brogans and
Butmora s—Boots of all styles, thi 'k, wax, kip, calf,
and of the finest qualities Ladies’, Misses’, and Chil
dreui" Boots and Shoes, of every style, and all made to
order. G. H. FORCE.
B. W VOU r E, formerly of Charleston, will be glad
to see his ol i eu-torn -rs. Atlanta, Ga., Oct, 10—iy
Millinery Novelties of the
MRS. O.WISEBURG, No. 3 Peachtree st.
(next door to .Mess. Lox & Hill, whole
sale Liquor Merchants) i« receiving anew and
Fashionable stock of all kinds of Millinery
Goods, and invites all concerned, to examine
the Novelties of the season, before purchasing
elsewhere. Retail as well as wholesale orders
from the country attended to with p-omptness
an,? dispatch ATLAN fA, GA.
Sept 27, 1867. w3m
CLAY ROBERTS, Proprietor,
July 10 18«7
| ATLANTA ADVERTISEMENTS.
DR. H.SEIXB, ANDREW DCNS, E.PSLENN
Breeident. Secretary. TreMirer
M A NI'UFA C T Vlt ING C O M PA NY.
Manufacturers an I Pl-rrerr, bnk t > ynnr interests,
n-ul don’t fail to cal! at Bell-Johnson Building, uextdoer
to the i’ost-otßce, and see it in -ipperatioa
MENDENH VT.fS IMPROVED SELF-ACTING
HA N D AN D J 5 OW E R I. OO M!
Easier IV.ders'ood, Ea-ii-r to Operate, and more relia
vle Possesses superior advantages over other Hand
Looms, is more simple and durable.
PLANTERS CAN BE INDEPENDENT
By Weaviuc a’l their Goods for Home Wear on the
FROM 15 TO 30 YARDS
CAN BE WOVEN ON THIS LOCM IN ONE DAY.
It weaves as fast as any Factory Loom !
HALF TIIE Cf ST OF THE CLOTHING OF A FAMILY
CAN BE SAVED BY IT’S USE ! •
From Five to Tea Do lursa dav can be made on It,
ITS PARTS ARE SELF-CHANGING.
By the turning of an Easy Crank it lets the Warp off,
winds up the Cl-jtr, trealithe Treadles.«n«l thruvs the
Twill, Double-Plain Cloth, various kinds of Rh bed
Goods, FchcingTwi'ts of ail kinds. Flax, Colton. T>>w,
or All-Wool Cloth, Bilging, ToaeLiiip, Tal-’e Linen, Bal
moral S-irts, Woolen, Linen and Hemp Carpets—in
fact any thing, frsm a Handsome Silk to a Bag Carpel.
IT IS SMALL, NEAT AND LIGHT,
jVof larger than a common Breakfast Table.
11 IS MADE IN THE MOST WORKMANLIKE MAN
Os Good Material and llandeomely Varnished.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE AND EASILY UNDERSTOOD,
Everything is Performed by Turning
LOOMS AND COUNTY RIGHTS FOR SALE,
Tor Further Particulars, Bill of Prices, Descrip
tive Circulars, and Samples of Wearinn, address
GEORGIA LOOM AND
li. PRATT, Agent,
March 22, 1867, wfiin
City Drug Store.
Turpin 4* King,
COR WHITEHALL ami MARIETTA Srus.
c2tf)olfsalc anil llxiaiT IRaurs in
Foreign and Domestic
: : ::p eTfU me X y
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE IMPORTED
£C HYIEGNIC WINE. 55
TURPIjr Sf JH.VG,
oct 17 ty ATLANTA, GA.
NEW LIQUOR STOREr
li, Jfl.Jiose& Cos,
Wholesale Dealers in
Yo 2 Granite Block. 12road Str.
IMPORTED AND’DOMHSTIC LIQUORS
of every Grade offered at low figures.
Country dealers are specially invited to give us a call
and sample our Liquors, which we guarantee to be as
we represent them. And satisfaction given in every
June 7—tc. R. M. ROSE & CO.
il 2#^'W 3
I will exchange one
GENUINE WOODRUFF CONCORD
buggy for 90 bushels of wheat.
One excellent End Spring buggy for 115 3u.
,u RocKawav with pole, shaft and double
harness, for 225 bushels of wheat.
One light three spring Express Wagon for 70
bushels of wheat. Would refer to Gapt Thos.
Turnliu or Judge Burge.
Apply to tr address
No 5, Empire Block,
\V hitehali street,
July 2G, IS6T Atlanta, Ga
¥. M'JHirf. i. S. ST£'.V ART.
-«- v: i C )., (Ji. Ox lord, if a .
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
At the Sign of tie '
mill SAW and GAME COCK,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
Cii!! t ' ,e %,ten,i °n Os merchants and olh
rs to their large and well assorted atook of
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
Consisting in part of
iron, Steel, Nails,
Builders’ and Caiiinge Material,
Tools of all kinds, &c., <fc c .;
- LIME AND COTTON YARNS.
Hook’s Anti-Friction Metal.
Baugh’s Rawbone Super-Phosphate of
Buffalo Scale Works,
Nonpareil Washing Machine
PROPRIETORS AND AGENTS FOR
Brook’s t’afeni Porfabie Cot
ton and If ay Screw anti
In over one hundred counties in Georgia.
%kJ" County liigJits for SaJe.'%&
April 12, ly.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS ''
fi-A V. hips and Ennamelcd r
l Lehrher and Cloth. I•• A-TAi
S' Furnisning Goods, a
G. C. ROGERS,
Second Door below Messrs. Moore & Marsh,
and opposite the United States and American
JSfe?”Prices will be found more reasonable
and stock more complete than any in the citv
°f l^e lllotit approved styles and
I iixish on hand and made to or-
Uhe largest stock of
in the city.
of all kinds and qualities kept on hand for the
Sept 27, ISC7- wly.
T. R. RIPLEIAGT.
Whitehall St., Established in
June 21, 18G7.—Cm
J. O. MATHESVSON. G. 11. MsLAUG3LIN. _
J. 0. MATHEWS OK & CO:
[Formerly Stovall, McLaughlin & Co.]
GEM’L COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Consignments of Grain, Bacon and Produce
promptly attended and cash remitted on day ot
sale. Grain sacks ou hand at very law prices.
Agents for Mentour, Hopewell and Rock
Refferences; Hon- J. P, King, Augusta Ga,
Augusta Savings bank.
July 26, 1867. wly.
UNITED S-ATE3 HOTEL,.
(WHITAKER & BABBEEN, Proprietors,)
Turner & Bryson, Clerks.
"NYT'E take pleasure in informing ctir old
\\ friends, patrons and the public gener
aHv, 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 have done this at a heavy expense.
Our House is well located, within 100 yards of
the General Passenger Depot; and we flatter
our/elves that a long experience and strict ap
plication to business will not fail to be appre
ciated by a generous public. Our charges for
the present will be J§3 per day for transient
board, and we arc offering special inducements
to business n,pn for sing'e meals, &c.
WHITAKER & SABSEEX,
j july2-tf Proprietors.
j rtEOEGIA. BARTOW COUNTY.—Robert C. Bsxon
;"t .-n<? ->1 the Administrators on the estate of R’ctiard
11. Miiner. deceased, having petitioned to be tiischarg
led from said adrr.iDtstr .tioD. Ail perao- av ho are con
cerned are required within the brae fixed by law,if any
they have, why the said Robert C. Saxon, should not be
discharged accordrg to the prayer of his petition.
Given under my hand and official signature, th's the
3th June, le6l. J- 4. HQV ALT'; Ord.
I imm 4 co.
successors to McCAJIEY & CO
WHOLES AXE DEALERS IS
roiMTR prior .;.vi»
The Oldest Jewelry House in
ATLANTA, GEORSEA, *
Watclimakers 7 Tools
All Articles Warranted ns
Watches and Jewelry Repaired by
competent workmen and l lar ranted.
May l, 1867. wly
LANGFORD & MD’DRATH,
Stoves I Stoves ! ! Stoves !! !
GOOKING AND HEATING STOVES FOR
TIE lE] ffyUTEjInIOTT.
WF DEFY COMPETITION IN QUANTITY, QUALITY
We offer to the public, the celebrated GOOD SA
marltan, the best St.ove in tb» world. Algo the PRO
TECTOR WITH GALVANIZED CAST IRON RESER
VOIR, somthing new anrl durable. Also the COTTON
PLANT, a splendid first Mas, stove.
We have for sale the justly celebrated nremium
(step] stove PALMETTO, which Is the heaviest, most
dut aide and best premium stove ever offered to tlie pub
lie. A general variety of stamped,. r./eu
Tin-ware-—-Toilet ' ‘, Lin-o aou Foot Tubs &c., &c.,
.Sheet Copper, Sheet Don, Tin Plate, Sorder and a gen
ei al Block for Tinners use.
House Furlushing Goods generally.
All orders p omptlv attended to.
LANGFORD & McCRATH,
Hunter street, first door from
Whitehall st., Atlanta Ga.
The above stoves are sold also in Car
tersville bv J, W. Strange,
aug 9 1867-
I am now prepared to furnish the Horace L. Emery
‘‘UNIVERSAL” COTTON GINS AND
With Railway & Lever ltorse pow
ers for opperating them.
Long personal experience in the using of this machin
ery. With the auded experience and perfect satisfac
tion of a large number who have purchased from me.
I am enabled to insure satisfaction to all who will give
me a call. 1 sell them at manufacturers prices, freight
Description and price Circulars
furnished on application
in person or by letter. An assorted stock of
various other machines and agricultural im
plements on hand.
P. W. J. ECHOL,
AGRICULTURAL MACHINE AND
aug 23- wtf. Atlan’a, Ga
COX & HILL.
Have Now In Store:
BARRELS RYE WHISKY,
50 barrels Bourbon Whisky,
50 barrels Robertson Countv whisky
50 barrels Rectified Whisky,
30 barrels Peach and Apple Brandy,
30pkgs Cognac Brandy,
20 kgs Holland Gin,
10 pkgs Jamaica Hum,
I*o pkgs New England Rum,
25 pkgs Port, Madeira, and Sherry Wines,
50 cases Champagne Wines,
100 cases W.rmpoo and Drake’s Bitters,
100 cases assorted Liquors,
25 cases i box Sardines,
All of which we offer to the trade at
very low prices. COX &, HILL.
ATLANTA, Ga., decl3—wtf
MRS. R. J. MAYSON announces to the
ladies of Gartersville and surrounding
c->u try, that she has opened, In Cortersville. a Mil
liuery and M»nta«.-Making Establishment, »nd will be
happy to receive ca’ls from all those who are in need
cf anything In her line, as she pledges herself to sell
as good nr do werk as cheap as any like establish
ment South, exp nses considered. Her goods are of
the lates, styles and her work will be made to corres
R .OB! over Dr. Clayton’s Store, lately occupied by
Mrs. McClelisn. Iff, IS6T. wSta
VAN EPPS & TIP PIN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ilabnma Street, Atlanta Ga.
The following, as well as many other good* In this
.ie for sale in lots to suit purchaser*:
Bacon Sides, Corn,
Bacon Hams, Flour,
Canvassed Ham*, Lard,
Bucar-cured Ilams Coffee,
Byrup*. Brown Sugars,
Molasses, Refined Sugars,
soda, Mackerel in Rbls.,
Balt, Mackerel in Kegs,
Soap, . Balmon in Can*,
Toilet Soap, Bubs 1 ers in Cans.
Oysters ju Cans, Candies,
Mason’s Blacking, Nuts,
VIX EPI»S & TIFFIN.
June 21,1807.—tc Atlanta, Ga.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE ll
GEO. F. FRAZER
marietta street, Atlanta. Ga.
WHOLESALE•: AAD RETAIL DEALER,
Has now on hand one of the largest and cheapesi
in At’anta, embracing PARLOR BETS, CHAMBER Sets
CHAMBER SETS BEADSTEADS,
WRITING DESKS, SOFAS,
WARDROBES, WASH STADS.
In shPrt, everything needed to complete a first- class
stock furniture, inducing the
Ever offered in this city. The attention of the cit
gens of Atlanta and and the country generally is re.
spectfully limited to this establishment, Great induce,
meats to the trade Prices tow to suit the limes. Or
ders filled promptly and well.
Aug. Oth IS6T. ts.
D. 11. BAILEY, G. N CTRL WAY,
Formerly of Maury Cos. Os Giles Countyv
JAMES M. CAUSEY, T. B. BEMPI.E,
Os Williamsun county. Os Huntsville, Ala.
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
Wholesale Grocery Warehouse, ;
JVos . 5 and 1 Rroad Street y
NASHVILLE TEN ST.
t,,E beg leave to return thanks to our friends f>r the
" very liberal share of patr inage bestowed
upon our house the past season, and would any that,
haviDg enlarged our facilities for storing Cot tor, we are
now prepared to give every attention to ttie storage,
sale, and shipment of all Cotton our friends may en
trust to our care. We promise that every eff it will
be used to secure the very highest market price, wheth
er sold here or in other markets.
Will make Cash Advances on all cotton or other I'm
iuce shipped to us. Our terms shall always be as low
as any other rePable house.
James HI, Carsey nml Win 'V.
Sample will give their undivided atti ntioc
to the C> tlon Departmant, and will strain every ne"7
lo make it to the interest Qf planters to pat roji
We will always keep a full stock of GROCERIES,
RAGGING, ROPE and TWINE, and all grades oi
FLOUR for sale at the lowest, prices.
Wanted.—We wish to purchase wash
ed and unwashed WOOL. FEATHERS, and DRIED
F’KUIT, and will always give the best priret.
HAILEY OIIUWAI &CO.,
II1LL& BUNN, of'Cartersville
will act ns our agents, and pay tax on Cotton coralgn
ed to up. BAILEY, ORDWAY & (JO.
ROBT. LUSK, Pres’t. T. B. SAMPLE, Cash
30 Union .Street,
Coin, Foreign and Domestic Ex
change. Uncurrent Money of all hinds
United States, State, and lluil Float
Highest prices paid Tor 5,20s
7,'10n 10 408, and
Comp. Int. Notes.
NCAN, SHERMAN & CO’S DRAFTS
IN SUMS TO IsUIT, ON
s- pt 27, 1867 6m
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
FALLTBADE OIF 1
tv. W. CHAPMAN, j- W. UUCK™G WM. LOWE,
CHAPMAN: RUG HER & CO /
HAVING added another member and ad
ditional capital to our firm, we arc now exter
sivcly engaged in the
Commission, Grocery & Produce Business
WE WILL DEAL IN
Mollasses & Syrups
And every article usualy found in a first-clas 8
Grocery Si ore,
A E WHOLES ALE EXCL USIVE
Jgf-The city and Country Trade are invi.
ted to call and examine our stock before pur
W, A. QEWEESE,
1 &0., &c.
Store oppotsite the Courthouse, on Maine
Street, adjoining the new brick store of P. L.
Hwn and Cos. oct 17, wtf
Wholesale Groce r
Offers for Nalr :
inn nan founds swkots patent seli
1 I'Hstenlng Wrought Iron Bm kle Tie. fol;
bilelrg COTTON. Every lie w aranted. Liberal teriuL
offered to city and country merchant and planters.
ROPE I HOPE!!
run COILS and half culls in store and to arrive, of
o‘' 1/ Richardson’s Greenleaf, being the only genuio
original Greenleaf in use.
BAGGING AVI) GUNNY HAGS.
rx A bales Heavy Bagging.
4 D 2,000 Gunny Bags, much used forbalelug Cotton
500 pounds' Ualeing Twine.
BEING one of the best FerteiUsers now in use.
Price, seventy dollars per ton. *
Thirty Tons "Reynolds & Son’s
lITE have the strongest guarantees ns to the In.
f? trinsic value of this new manure. Price, SBO pel
ton. Semi for circulars.
Clover and Grass Seeds
IN any quantity—Be<l Clover, Herd’s Grasi, Bloc
Grass, llut gu ian Grass, Orchard Graw, etc.
1000 asR of Fum " )f our * n ~ore*
SALT! S 11/F !
) I l\i\ Vi, 'L r i ,li ' l in fine uearnek
<t‘l l/U li'anufaciu) er’s prices.
.10 OHO pounds Clear bides, Char P.ib
‘IVjUUU shoulders off he best quality.
5000 I )oun<ls su Pfßor Hams, waranted. ll
barrels and kegs Pure Leaf Lard, ■
Cement and Plaster.
gQ barrels In store and for sale.
10 hhds. Cuba Molasses and b barrels do. ■
/ Suprar and Coffee, I
/If) ’”'P s Bio Coffee. I
Tv/ 5Q barrels Sugar—Various grades.
1 OH boxes Pearl Starch.
auu 100 boxes Soap.
Sliot and Factory Yarn, H
r,n bags Shot,
20 bales Factory Yarn. v
Also, Tobacco, Segura, Corn, Oate, Seed Rye, Barley
Colt on! Colton !!
PLANTERS and dealers are Invited to ship their
Cotton to me, w ith the as urance that tliclr I. st
Interest will be protected and their Instructions strict
ly complied with. Liberal cash advances will he made.
A. K SEA GO,
Grocer and Commission Merchant,
New Fire-Proof Building, (old stand)
Corner Forsythe and Mitchell street*,
Oct 1,3 m. Atlanta, C! a
MADDOX REYNOLDS SCO.
Wholesale Grocers anti Com
Corner of Whitehall and Alahamu Streets.
4"IFF beg leave to call yoor ntlention to
TV our large and carcllilly selected stock
/• ' 1 ROCERJES now on hand, One of nnr
firm has jub. etunnnl from IS’cw York uit J
Baltimore markets, uttd lmc psiclntncti otic of
lh«' largest and most complete stocks of Gro
ceries ever brought to this City.-
Our goods are nli bought from fir.* le.nds-
Irom Manufacturers, Refiners and Importers
nnd bought for cash,and will be sold at the
lowest market prices, Wc feel confident thu
we arc prepared to offer superior inducement /
to city and country dealers.
Our stock embraces every article in the Oro
eery line, including FI N E LIQIJ OR S,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
When you visit our cuy, we would pe pleased
to have you call and examine our stock, before
purchasing elsewhere, as we arc determined
not to be undersold by any house in the Cil’
on same class poods.
MADDOX. REYNOLDS & CO.
Cor. Whitehall and Ala. streets.
Oct. 4, —w3m Atlanta, Ga,
-V uts, Raisins, Jellies, & Fruits! !
G. w. JACK,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga
IHA \ E just received from New York, rho
largest stock of FANCY CONFECTION
ERIES ever brought to Georgia. My stockem
braces every article that can be called for in
that line of goods.
TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS TIMES !
My selection b*r the young folks is unusu
ally large, and very beautiful
CjEWDIT MJtJTUFjtCTOR 1* l
rphis branch of my Establishment is in full
operation, and I am prepared to
make any quantity desired
for the City and Coun
try Trade. Orders
filled at short
not i c e
Bread bakery i
In this department I claim to excel any
thing in Georgia,and challenge competition.
lam Mill supplying Families in the cily. My
WAGON makes its regular rounds every day.
This feature of my establishment is complete
in every pa.ticular. and the Crackers turn
ed out are equal to any made North or South
am daily filling orders for all parta of the
Besides an endless variety of Cakes at all
times on hand, I am prepared to furnish
Weddings and parties with all that may be
wanted either Plain or Ornamentod.
CGMEAND SEE ME i
rrthis invitation is extended to the public M
A i*Tge, in town and country, village a> ffl
hamlet— everybody !
Q-. "W ■ JAO DEC- H
ee?T—tilljanSt Whitehall street. I