Extroilit or Star Oil.
KiiiiF.KA! i;; ;;.ikaj! eureka in
Vcs, i! y lave found. We mean
jMcsscs March and Tbc-mas. They are
manofacturing the above named oil in
Uartersvilffi, in any r asonablc quart,
tity. We have tried it —given it an
ample test —and can say truthfully that
it far surpass anything we have ever
seen in the shape of hur ting oil or fluid.
It is the edearc ", steadiest, brightest
and cheapest light in use, and we can
say, also, the fe R l. It is second only
togas, They also keep Lamps, Bur- j
tiers, Wicks and Chimneys. Any kind •
of lamps can be clianged to fit the bur
ners. See advertisement,
fit: Vos’ t.ro Kcwlituto.
Tliis deservedly popular Institution
of Learning will be opined on Monday
January 20th, for the reception of stu
dents, under the manfgement of that
aide an-, efieieut teacher, Rev. J. G.
Jiy als. Vv e bespeak for this institution
a liberal patronage. So advertisement.
Annfrmna G’lagsinai Sclsooi,
The fvercires of this select school
will be opened again on the 20th inst.’
under the instruction of Col. John 11.
J’itten, nerr Adairsville. 'l’his is one
of the best schools South. See adver
Col. Tl. Jones,
R-q’i :' . ns to notify the public that
he gWill r-’eniiic work in his carriage
shop on Monday next, when he will
again bo prepared to make, repair, or
iiiriii h any kind of vehicle to order,
lie has received the bill for those old
fashioned ‘Concord Buggies,’ and will
he ready to deliver them in a few days
to parti wishing to purchase. Call
and sec him.
The Convention vvdl rc*asscm s
Me on the bill instant in Atlanta, ngre
able to adjournment.
EQ. Read all the new Advertisements.
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t : viiilc.-y he does so for ladies or old men.
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.l-.un:ary, TANARUS, M, COMPTON, P, M,
January 3d, 18G8-2m,
Gcir. i. Pope and Ord Removed.
Headquarters op the Army, )
Adjutant General’s Office, [■
Washington, D. CL, Dec. 28, IBG7, )
General Orders JYo. 104.
By directions of the President of the
United States the following orders arc
1. lLevct Major Gen. E. O. C. Ord
will turn over the command of the 4th
Military District to Brevet Major Gen.
A, C. Gilleet aud proceed to San Fran
cisco, California, to take command of
tii Department of California.
2. On being relieved by Brevet Maj.
G> n. Ord, Brevet Maj. Gen. Irvin Mc»
Dowell will proceed to Vicksburg, Mis
sissippi, and relieve Gen. Gillem in
command oi the 4th Military District.
3. Brevet - Maj, Gen. John Pope is
hereby relieved of the command of tiie
3 ! Military District, aud will report
without delay at the headquarters of tiie
army for hither orders, turning over his
command to the next senior officer; un
til the arrival of his successor.
4. Major Gen. George G. Meade is
assigned to the command of the 3d Mil
itary District, and will assume it with
The Department of the East will be
commanded by the senior officer now
on duty in st until a commander is named
by the President.
i iic officers assigned in the foregoing
orders to command of MiHitary Dis
tricts will exercise therein anv and all
powers conferred by acts of Congress,
upon District Commanders, and also
any and ail powers pertaining to Mil
litary Department Commanders.
Ci. Brevet Major Gen. Wager Swaync
Colonel 45th U.S. Infantry, is hereby
r ieved from duty in Bureau of Refuge
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, and
'viil proceed to Nashville, Tenn., and
k nine command of his regiment.
By command of Gen. Grant.
E. D. Townsend,
Assistant Adjutant General.
A Hew Year
Has just commenced, and many of
our readers are behind one year in the
payment of dues to this office, and
some are two years. Now we hereby
notify our patrons, who are in arrears
to come and settle up. without delav,
such arrerages, or their paper will be
discontinued and their accounts placed
in officers hands for collection. In
this, we intend to know no man. Our
terras for subscription are cash in ad
ESL.Good Literature is what we
most need now, to while away our
leisure moments. See prospectus for
the British Quarterly Reviews, and
Blackwood’s Magazine, also the Ec*
leetic Magazine and Farmers’ Guide*
Accident on tiif. State Road. —
The accident which occurred to the up
passenger train on the Western and
Atlantic Railroad on the night of the
24th, was caused by obstructions hav
ing been placed on the track. The
engine and seine of the cars were
thrown from the truck, but no one was
seriously injured. The incident oc
curred about one mile above Allatoo**
En:erprise in Bartow!
HAVING made arrangements to receive
hides through agents to lie tanned on
shares, fiipshcd in workmanlike elegant stile
I solicit custom througnont the county. A.
K. Hudgins, Cfutcrsvihc; ' }l ' Parham & Good
win, Cass Station, will receive and label hides
and receipt for same. Terms one half, (one
side of leather for each hide), to be returned at
place of reception. Highest market prece paid
for dry and green hides. Samples of leather
from oui yard may be seen upon at plication to
my agents WM, AGLETS,
Dec. 20lh, 1°67-ly. Pine Log, Ga,
"female high school -
REV. O. L. SMITH, D. D. 7
REV, F. P. BROWN, A. M. )
MRS. S. C. GOUT.DSMITH,
Teacher of Music,
MRS. S. O. MFRITT.
Teacher of French, &c,
The first term of 1808 will open sth Wednes
day of January; second term, last Wednesday
CHARGES FOR LONG TERM.
Fir-t Class $ 13 00
S*-: ml Class 24 5o
Tliird Class 30 50
Musi ; and use of Inistrument 35 50
French Ac *24 50
Contingent Fee 1 75
Tuition, Board, Lodging, Fuel and Lights... 122 00
CHARGES FOR SHORT TERM.
First Class sl2 00
Second Class 15 50
Third Class 19 50
Music and use of Instrument 22 50
French Ac 15 50
Contingent Fee 1 25
Tuition, Board. Lodging, Fuel and Lights.. 73 00
All charges payable half in advance, remain
der at the close cf the term. For further
REV. O. L. SMITH, I). D. A
REV. F. P. BROWN, A. M. )
Dec. 20th, 1867-ts.
ROBERTS ALL STUM
GROCERIES & PROVISION'S
OF ALL KINDS.
Arc now receiving a large
arid well assorted stock of
GROCERIES & CONFECTIONARIES,
Consisting, in part, as follows:
CANDLES, ( Slar alul Barafnie)
Nuts, Tobaceo, Cigars
Matches, Well Hope, Buckets
P o w and c r, Shot, gun fl i u t s,
SardiNCS, Brooms, Tubs, Dry
Mcasu res, ginger, Spice,
Mace, Nutmegs. Mad and cr,
Pickets, Pine Apple Cheese,
Anti a thousand other things too te
dious to mention, which can be seen
i by calling at our new
room on Main Street, Ist door west of
DLAIR AND BRADSHAW'S
Nov. 22 1867-ts.
SPBaI A h s ,
Cottoi i)j l 10 Corn, new, 75 80
cts. per bushel. Wheat, §2,25.
ALL persons indebted to N, Gilrcath &
Son for goods sold them, and purchased
in payment for the hire of their hands employ
ed, are requested to come forward and make
payment at once, We have boarded ourselves
and served you with our labor and our means,
arm wi need every dollar due us, and cannot
N. GILRE ATH &SON,
Cartersville, Ga., Jan, 3d, 1868.
ALL persons are hereby forewarned against
crediting any one on my account, as I
will not pay any such claims. So take fair
warning and govern yourselves accordingly,
HARRISON J, SLIGH.
Cartersviilc, Jan. 3, 18G8.wtf
A Word to Farmers.
WE desire to say to all persons to whom
we liavt* rnnde a Iva novs on their cotton,
that the time has now expired for which the
advance was made, and we respectfully request
that the cot ton be brought forward WITH
OUT DELAY. Your promise is out to us.
fulfill it like prompt business men. We trust
this notice v.-il! Do sufficient. Pay up and be
gin anew. Cotton will be shipped or purchased
as youanav decide.
HOWARD & PEACOCK.
Cartersviilc, Jan. 3, 1868.
ANY information concerning my brother,
Isaiah; formerly a slave of Hon. Mark A.
Cooper, of Cass county, Ga.. will be thankfully
receiyed. Please address
WM. HENRY COGPER,
Doc. 20th, 1867-ltn. Cartersviilc, Ga.
The Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON will rend, free o
charge, to all who desire it, the prescription with the
directions for makinsr and using the simple remedy by
which he was cured of a lung atfection and that dread
disease Consumption, ills only object is to benefit
the aildeted, an I ho hopes .every sufferer will try this
prescription, as it will cost them nothing, aud may
prove a blessing. I‘lease address
Rev EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 105 South Second Street, Williamsburg, New York.
Info rm Ti.it on .
Information guaranteed to produce a Inxitrkm
growth of hair upon a bald head or a beardless face
also a recipe for the removal of Pimples, Blotches, K
ruptions, etc , on the 3kin, leaving tu- same soft, clear
and 'beautiful, can be obtained without cl large by ad
dressing TUOS. F. CHAPMAN,
tsep 11 8.23 Broadway, New York.
Errors of Youfls.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
sake of sulleting humanity, send free to alt
who need it, the recipe and directions for
making the simple rerredy by which he was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the
advertiser’s experience, can do so by address'
ing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar Street, New
Dialogue. — Youth.-“Sis Lela, why
don’t mama got well, and rosy and pret
ty like you?”
Sis Lela. —“Because she wont use
the English Female Bitters, like I have
Youth.— “ls that what cured grand
Sis Lela. —“Yes.”
Youth. —“I reckon Uncle Bob has
been using the Femals Bitters, too, lie
looks so well.”
Exit Sis Lela. blushing.
Will be sold berore mo court House door in the
town of Dahlouega G»., on the first Tuesday In .Tan.
next within the legal hours of sale the following pro
perty to wit:—
Town property in the town of Dahlonega,Lots Nor
61 ft 62. G,"■:! buildings and out-houses and a never,
failing well of water. Out houses on No. Cl not com
Also lots Nos 472, 473#, 509 A 613, in the 12 District
and Ist section of Lumpkin county, containing 139
acres, more or less, lying in the gold region. Mineral
interest reserved in lot Number 509, all lying about
four miles vest of Dahlonega, sold as the property of
F. D. Boatfield, late of said county deceased for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.—
Terms cash. For further particulars apply to Frederic
Boatfield. of Dahlonega. L. M. AiUMFt >K!>.
Dahlonega Signal copy t ill day of sale and forward
account to L. M. Mnuiford.
Car tors vL'le Ga. Nov. 15 ISG7
Georgia, ISartow comity.
Ai.L persons having demands against Samuel V
Sheata, late of said county deceased, are hereby
notified to present them, properly attested, to me,
within the time prescrined by law, or they will not be
settled ; and all persons indebted to 3»id deceased aro
hereby required to make immediate payment..
This Nov. 20, 15G7.41kl T. 103. W. DODD, Adm.
TO T.iEIIE PUBLIC.
%D f jj E
OGLETHORPE INSURANCE CO.
OF SAVANNAH, GA
SI. XT. MERCER, President.
C. s. HAIIDiIE, Vice President,
j. T. THOMAS. Secretary.
BOARD OF °DIILECTOES.
IT W MERCER of Mercer & Anderson
C 8 HARDER of Erwin & Hardee
WILLI A II UNTKB of Hunter A Oammel
A PORTER Pres P.ank State Georgia
J STODDARD late Planter
W RKMSIf ART retired Merchant,
II A CRANK of Crane A Grayl'ill
m Hamilton of jfa m Hamilton
M S COIIKN Commission Merchant
J W NKVITT of Lathrop A Cos
A FDLLAItTON of L J Guilrnavtin & Cos
ft BUTLER Master Butler
K MORGAN DeWitt A Morgan
J T THOMAS Insurance Agent
F L CUE Planter
A A SOLOMKN of A A Solomon & Cos
W W GORDON Tison & Gordon
J LAMA Importer of Wines
D ft PURSE of Purse A Thomas
F W SIMS of V W Sims & Cos
R LAOHLSON Iron & Brass Foundry
K P CLAYTON Augusta K P Clayton & Cos
J W KVOTT Macon of Knott & ilowea
B F ROSS Macon of B F Ross A Cos
W II YOUNft Columbus late Pres Bank Col
The Oglethorpe is a candidate for your favor. The
well known reputation of the large number of leading
Merchants and Property holders of Savannah, who are
announced as connected with its management, is a suf
ficient guarantee that all losses will be speedily and
equitably adjusted. Seeking as it does to buiid up our
own interests, and retain a portion of the means of the
South at home, the Oglethrope asks for a share of the
Insurance business of the Southern Merchants and
Property holders. Insurance effected at equitable
rates by" calling on
HOWARD & PEACOCK. Agents;
at Cartersville, fta.
Dec. 13th, ISG7-tf.
White Hall Street, itliuita, Ga.
CLOTHING made to order in the very
latest style, and at short notice.
Oct. 25, 3t.
| 8 PREPARED TO BAKE and keeps on
X hand, BREAD AND CAKES of every
kind, also a fine stock of CONFEO'I ION SKIES, a gen
eral variety. FRESH LAGER BEER kept on hand,
Parties and Weddings furnished at short notice.—
November 21, 1b67.
TO THil S.A3SSS
mm m® n
rPHE best machine for every description of
family sewing made.
Gall .and examine machine and specimen of
work over 8. Ola'.ton & Sion’s st >rr, Carters
ville, Ga. J 8. H. PATTILLO,
Age; t for Bartow county.
Dec. 13th, 1867-ts.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION!
HAVING OPENED AN
MWW f lit
For the purpose of conducting a regular Auc"
tion and Commission business, I solicit the
patronage of any, ami all persons, who have
property of any kind lor sale, which they wish
turned intoca-h, to-wit:
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, <&c„ Produce
of all kinds, and all kinds of Merchandise,
Household Furnitu e, Agricultural and Me
chanical Tools and Impclments, or any other
kind of property will be received, to sell at
auction, or on commission.
I flatter myself, with my long experience in
business, I will be able to give satisfaction to
all who raa\ patronize me.
Auction S3,os will be made on Tuesdays and
Saturdays, when property or articles i*f any
kind arc on hard for that purpose, unless other
times are desired by parties interested.
AA cst side Public Square, near R- R. Depot.
W, A. WILLIAMS.
Carters’ille, Ga., Nov- 211 1867-ly
■DRUGS FOR THE MILLIONS.
The hive Drugstore.
are offering to the trade the lar
gest, best assorted and cheapest stock of
Drugs &c., ever brought to tho market. Our
purchases were made in person for the (’ASH
from the best Manufacturing and Importing
Houses. We are consequently able to offer
inducements in prices not heretofore equaled
South, or surpassed in the eastern markets,
where the same quantities are purchased,—
Stock consisting in part of
I? IT IR, IE ZDIR/'CTGLS.
Medicines, Chemicals, Wbite Lead, Paint,
colors. Linseed Oil, Varnishes. Wines and
Liquors, Window Glass and putty. Foreign
and American Perfumeries, Pomades, Combs,
Brushes, S'Uitjs, Fancy Goods, &c., (£,c,
TERMS. STRICTLY CASH.—The baud. ~ts
that would otherwise occur and considered in
the reduced prices at which our goods arc of
fered to cash purchasers. Examine our stock
RED WINE & FOX.
Cor. Whitehall and Ala. Str’s Atlanta, Ga
Nov. 22 1867-ts.
At Messrs. J. A. ERWIN & GO’S old stand.
ON MAIN STREET,
INVITE ATTENTION to their entirely
new and well assorted stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry-Gools, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
Call and examine our stock, as to prices wc
have no fears. N ov i L 1867.
Have been before the American public for
nearly a century with increasing demands.—
Being centrally located to the climate general
ly, they seldom fail to give universal satisfac
tion where ever planted.
For circular and catalogue address
South Union, Ky.
N. B, —POULTRY—A few selected Brah
mas and white Shanghais—very fine and
large—can also be had by addressing the above.
Send for circular and price list.
Dc.c. 6th, 1867-lm.
A GOOD OPENING
rpHE undersigned, desiring to change h s
JL business, offers to sell all bis stock, con
sisting of horses, buggies, hacks, carriages,
wagons, harness, provender, &c. also, to
either sell or rent his stable, known in Carters
ville as the
ECLIPSE SALE & LIVERY; STABLE,
to any one desiring to engage in the Livery
Stable Business, no place in North Georgia
affords a better opening than Cartersvillo. ft
is located in the very heart of Cherokee Ga ;
surrounded by a country rivalled by no supe
rior in the South- A central point for a great
area of territory, and Cartersville is one of the
most flourishing towns between Atlanta and
Chattanooga, having grown from about seven
hundred to near two thousand inhabitants since
the war, and is the principal point of trade for
thirteen counties and parts of counties. This
is the only stable in the place. For further
particulars address or apply to
j. G. STOCKS.
Dec. 13th, 1867-ts.
[Atlanta Inlellisrincer copy, daily, 1 month,
and forward Dili to J. G, Stocks.]
SiiU greater at
LOEWENSTEIN & PFEIFER’S.
©1 Hie very re
cent heavy de
cline in DIY
sngy flats, ISoots
and SlaoeSj we
Have m a vised
down our goods
wll h Eastern
markets, and we
ask, in proof of
what we propose
a Fair , Impar
tial Trial, and
make no charge
©nr goods to an}
one desiring to
Oct. 18th 1807.
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
FALXj t ieS’au DE OF
<«M » ■■
W. W. CHAPMAN', J. W. RUCKER. WM. LOWE,
JJAVING added another member and ad
ditional capital to our firm, wc arc now exter
sivcly engaged in the
Commission, Grocery & Protluccßusincss
WE WIU DEAL IN
Mollasscs A Syrups
And every article usualy found in a first-class
Grocery St ore,
A T TV HOLES AL E EXCL USIVE
ISay-Thc city and Country Trade arc invi
ted to call and examine our stock before pur
- ♦ - fr, 1 < h imi
FAR M ERS F RANTER S
'A BSOLI’TK necessity in times jronebv, fo-eed you
aV forcwl you to |nerehas# an oeesriYua! *aju»i» of
sutn medicines as might be administered to tie varl
ouj member* of your fanvly by yourselves, without
the aid ot a Physician.
Aartous purgative Pills, Conch MIx f orest Chill Most*
tomes, Diarrhma Compounds, Tonics. Bb>od Purifiers,
ami many other articles, have been ;/eccm.W f,, r you
at a no-Y ' rv standpoint, and in many cases, th. se
who prepared them knew nothing about the treatment,
of diseases In auv climate, and in the absence of t*-t
--., h e - v-in many Instances, met with your
Now, gentlemen, by your assistance .ami y ,nr Influ
ence, notch nelt.ee .and to MKRTT, we wish to elf ct a
, "i£* t ' haiitfe in the yw.iflrmjtwi* ; and so lons as we
fS#t sat,afactiato, shall h pa to be the recipients of
On* plan la, y,»t the
Tims* who are experienced in Southern treatment, .and
have -men and are in every respect, identified noth the
Southern people, and who are known and acknowl
edged as such, shall, as for as possible, manu'actnrn
and supply that demand, thns enabling overy family to
procure at all' times, a class of Medicines,' that are
likely ‘ogive, by far, more satsfaeiion than if prepar
ed in a locality whe-e diseases aretreat.M ulffere tlv
We are veil aware that there will be arrryttl against
us an army of
NORTHERN NOSTRUM VENDERS,
Win ere making every appeal that imagination can
Invent, la order to win the confidence of the Southern
people; but we are determined to be RKPKESKNTI l)
in this matter, and call upon the PEOPLE to decide.
There are three members composing our firm, all
graduated and experienced Southern Physicians, and
with ail our ability and experience we have prepared
and now offer you a class of FAMILY MkIiICINKS,
Not secrets nor parents, which we think aie honestly
required by every farmer, planter and family through*
out the Southern country, and an assortment of the
ORE A T SOUTHERN I'RERARA flOA'tf should bir
in every home.
DROMGOOLK & CO’S ENGLISH FEMALE RITTERS
Is a powerful uterine Tonic and Female Regulator,
and is just Ute Medicine so much needed by the female
community, both old and young, throughout the South.
It relieves all irregularities, removes obstructions,
enres painful or suppressed Menstruation, Falling of
the Womb. Leucorrhaea or Whites, Chlorosis, Hyster
ics, Palpitation of the Heart; and all that class of
complaints peculiar to Lira es. It restores, arouses
and Invigorates the womb, thereby inducing regularity
and healt h.
DROMODOT/E & CO’S KING OF CirfLT.B
Absolutely cleanses your stomach, arouses your torpid
liver, opens the bowels, cai ries of the bile, makes quick
and permanent cures, never affects the head, nerves,
or eats, gives tone to the system, andean he admin
istered to infants, It cures All forms of Chilis and
Fever, Intermit tent Fever, Bilious Fever, Congestive
Chill?, Dumb Chills, and no family shonld be without
it. CHILLS AND FEVER
Can be permanently cured, whether of recent or long
standing. I)o not s take any longer, get a bott/fe and
be cured. Price $l,O )
DROMGOOLR & CO’S AMYGtDARINE PECTORAL.
A scientific preparation for Coughs, Colds, Sere
Throat, Whooping Cough, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Croup,
Hoar* ness. Dry Cough, Pain in the Side, Tightness
i:i the Ch. st, Inlluenra, Spitting of (flood, and for all
othm- Pulmonary Affections. It immediately loosens
the phlegm, relieves the cough and pain, promotes
free expectoration, and soothes and quiets the troubled
nervous system, enabling them to sleep at night. Price
DROMO COLE .% CO’S EXTRACT REARBERRY, CU
DKBS AND BUCHU FOR THE KIDNEYS.
For all <iflections of the Kidneys and Bladder, whether
affecting old or y .tiug, male of female; tor gravel
urinary deposits of ail kinds, retention of urine, fio-,
quent inclination and pain in u ina’ing, pain in small
of the (iack, and all those troublesome symptoms aris
ing trom excesses, effects of early Indiscretion, or
habits of dissipation. Gleet, Leucorrheca, evil fore
boding, melancholy, sleepless nights, nervousness, etc.,
can be cured by using thi3 medical compound. Large
Bottles $1 00.
YOUR LIFE BLOOD MUST BE PURIFIED BY USING
DROMGOOLE & CO’S CONSTITUTIONAL
Which will immediately eradicate all impurities of the
Blood, Constitutional Derangements, Skin Diseases
and Eruptions, Scrofula, Camp Itch. Totter, Scaldhcad,
Ringworm, Syphilis and all Syphilitic Diseases, Effects
of Mercury, Tumors, Boils, old Ulcers and Sores, Pim
ples, B'otches, Enlargements, and all those diseases
requiring a Blood Purifier. It is composed of Stiiiing
ia. Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, Burdock and lodide
Potash. Price #1 50.
Our other Preparations of equal FrrPy ere ns follows:
Dromgoo(e & Go’s RED DIARKHGSAREiIEDY, for
ail forms of Diarrhoea, Vomiting, etc.
Dromgoole & Co’s DYSENTERY COMPOUND, for
Dysentery, Bloody Flux. Mucus Diarrhoea, etc.
Dromgoole .% Go’s Vegetable Antibilious Pills, a sure,
safe awl effectual compound for family use.
Dromgoole A Co's Liver Pills, for arousing the Liver,
cleansing the Stomach and Bowels of ail bilious mat
Dromgoole A Co’s EUREKA SECRET CURE, fora
certain class of troublesome diseases. Price $2 50.
Dromgoole & Go’s TONIC HAIR UKsTUit ATI VE,.for
restoring tiie hair to its natural color and preventing
Dromgoole & Co’s LONE STAR LINIMENT, for
Rheumatism, Pains, Bruises, Sprains, ect.
Dromgoole & Co’s Pile Salve—a certain, safe nmj ef
fectual re mo !y for all forms of piles.
83F°Orders solicited—-none sent out on commission.
J. P. DROMGOOLE A CO prop-’s
Wholesale agenls for atl of our moods
to whom orders may be sent :
EDWIN MORRIS eo, Louisville T\v
JO. DuliOSE # CO., Mobile, Ala.
BARNS, WARD & CO., N. 0.,
COLLINS BROS,. St. Louis.
Sold" in Ciirtorsville by W. L. KIRK
PA PRICK & CO. Druggists.
Nov. §, 18G7. wtm
n. W. GILBERT. J. WATT HARRIS.
W.H.Gr“ EBT &C°
Dealers exclusively is
Iron and Steel,
COOKING, PARLOR AMD HEATiNG
DIRECT FROM THE •
HI © sll @ ®
A gents for the sale of the celebrated
CLOVER AND GRASS
The stock of the above goo is will be increas
ed to meet the demand and offered on reason
able terms lor CASH ON LY.
W.H. CrXXiBXaRT & CO
Sept. 27th ISC7—wtfeb IC.
GLENIII, WRIGHT *c CARR.
Storage & Commission Merchants,
s -A.TL-A.ITTtA.. GEOE/a-I-A.
/TUATE3 ALONB SIDE THE RAIUO.tO, ENABLES 115 TO RECEIVE M3 SHIP FREE OF DIIVAS
Oilsl UQYion WAREHOUSE
Is of largo capacity, thoroughly FIKE-l’llOOF, and our facilities lor handling COTTON
unequalled by any in the South. We will 35 torC anil .Sill Jtycrt, or ship from this or any other
point, to Boston, Philadelphia, Savannah ,
fJh'cw I’orlt, Baltimore , Charleston, or OFIKTOOL
Making LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, when desired.
Under the Revenue Regulation, COTTON can be shipped to this place under bill of lading, by calling «r*i»
Deputy Collector at point of shipment, without prepaying Revenue Tax.
The central position of Atlanta offers many advantages, making it an important Cotton Maiket. Too IJ.ui to
facilities, and diverging Railroads, enable us to
hip Cotton in Any Direction
Mwe sell the best
Also Bagging, Rope, and Sweet’s Patent Iron Tic, the Best In In Use.
portable Cxiist fllills, for jllorfff, ftiib £>ttnm sofoir,
TURBINE WATER WHEELS,
HICKS' STEAM ENGINES AND BOILESR
Wc Receive and Sell on Commissions, all kinds of Produce and ProriNiolis :
Corn, Oats, Wtieat, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Salt, &c., Sfc,
Our facilities for Storing and Selling 1141 aro unsurpassed.
LIQUORS AND TOR AO GO IN LARGE SUPPLY,
Os Various brands and qualities.
A gents tor tho sale of P I,OWS. and other Farming Implements. Georgia and Alabama
LIME, Georgia SLATE ROOFING. Will ho pleised to fiH oiderafor COTTOJf GOODS
or other Merchandise. GJLEAW, IVMGUT if tf’. l« 11,
Octl7 ly ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
18077 FALL AND WINTER 'lß#7.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
JOHjy M. GAJVJVOJV,
Corner of Whitehall and Blunter Streets,
ATL .A-HSTT-A-. O-^A-
Takes pleasure in iniorming his friends ami the public that his stock of Fall and Victor Good* Is no V
complete, in every department, and Is one of the hi'-red. and best. assorted ever brought to'bis m*>k t.
cash buvers are r,;sj»,*o>fu:iy invited to call and examine this niakulfl feat stock of goods. CS.yles uud prloo
annot be surpassed ;ii you doubt it, call and you will he con vinced of the fact.
ORE PRICE tmyj
Quick Sales and iiuall Fi odii.
Those prli.rlpipß In trade, T find from experience, to bo ns Immutable as truth Its If, when strictly carried
ont. They shall, in the future as in the p;i s% be faithfully adlivcd to ia Hits estaHls'ini--nt. Ln-ry article Inthe
bouse must ■’ell itself, as we will not, In any cos resort to the frfck of selling 011 c article ct a sacrifice and making
double profit ou something else, We guarantee every article w 6 sell to be what it In .represented.
Merchants are specially invited to examine this stock before purcliari >g olsewhe' e. We liave always on
hand ;t splendid reserve stock, in every department, and will sell them to dealers cheaper than they can lay lb -n
do wu-from New York. Space will not permit more than mention of a few artieiejiu the dUforeat dopitrUueula.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. ■*/'
Black and Fancy Bilk.?, Plain and F>vncy P yplina, French Merlnocs, Ucpa, Eaiprcaa Cloiha, al) IV*
laines Ciiouo Poplins, AlpnccdF, UoLabazim Mohairs. &c. •'
. R,!), Tfi, 11 anil 10 t Bleached and Brown Sheeting, fl. 7,8, t) and 15-4 Bleached and Brown Table I.iam ;al
the favorite brands of Bleached and Brown Shirtings; Napkins, Doyios, Marseilles Quilts
Plain and Twilled White Welch and American Flannels; P'a’n and Twilled Red and Orey Flamiel*; a splen
did assortment of Plain, Plaid and Spotted Opera Flannels; fi 4 Black and fVd’d doth for Sicks and Übmk* ; (1 4
Waterproof Cloaking; 10,11 and 12-4 line ail wool ribbon bound English Bel Blankets ! U)D pairs brown, blue
and grey Blanket#, all sizes and qualities.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Swiss. Jaconet, Mall. Nainsook ami Tarlatan Muslins ; Plaid sad Swiss, .Tocone* and SsMssk
ted Swiss; flue Irish Linens heavy Irish Linens for Ladles’ wear j Linen Luivu aud Cambric; L. C, lldkfs.
is ■''H 0 FT,
RPO hn'intiful Cloaks, newest, styles. Havin'” made n iipeeial'ty of this department, we are prepared t»
'"'at indeoements. All nnr Cloak* are made to order, and are ooneqne.dly inn eh cheaper tlian If bought «f
bers. The finest us well as the lowest priced Cloak manufactured euii be found In this splendid usorLuiut.
lOflh Long and square Shawl»„ Black, Plaid and Farcy—fifty dllTerent styles a*d qnalitles, coosleMn#
French, Scotch and American (foods.
A largo lot of Breakfast ;.hawle, Sontags, Nubias, &e,
FOR BOYS' AND GENTS' WEAR.
• Black French Broadcloth; Black Frehch Doeskin; Gobi and silk mixed Caslmcres; Pcoteh Tweeds and <>.\s-
Imcre,; K iglGh Tweeds and Caslmeres; Satinetts; North Carolina and Kentucky Jeans; FuglL-l. IVter.ham
Cloth; G —l English Oxford Cloth.
100(1 pieces English and American Prints; 200 pieces plaid L'nsey ; 100 pieces Bed Ticking; 200 pieces Desr-
Ismi—Striiies, i’laids aud Chocks ; bales of Augusta Shirtings, Sheetings, Osnaburgs. Drillings ; French aud beach
Misses’ and Ladfee' Balmoral and Hoop fikirf.; fine French and Domestic Corsets; ladles’ and Gent* paper
Collars; Ladies’ English, German and American .lose ; Misses’and Children’s Wo. 1 and Merino Hoar; . itwiV
Nerino Under VestaGe it>’fin,. English Mali lfose; Si’k and I’.intcd Cotton Handkerchiefs; Bel,*, luieca Em
broidries, Braids, &c. Always on liaud, a full line of Notions. _
JOJ3Y M. OAS^OI,
net 25, I&S7. Corner Whitehall and Iluntta, Street*. AtCnUUa.
NEW ARE AN GEM ENT, ~
By which Families can he supplied with Fail uml Winter Dry Goods at Atlanta pr kxw withou
paying the expenses of going fur them. Our
is now complete, to which we have added the New feat.tro of Carpets in every Variety *
We can till your Bill from a paper of Pins to a Parlor Carpet.
We propose to send Samples with prices attached, to any family who will write for them, nn
will guarantee the Goods to lie the same as the sample, or they ean be returned to us ut our ex
pense. The goods can be sent by express or otherwise, as you may request.
Our Stock is Complete in every Department, and will'be sold as cheap as good Goods enn b«
bought in the State of Georgia.
We invite an examination of our Stock, or letters for samples, no charge lor looking.
CHAMBERLIN. COLE * BOYNTON.
f or Who’.hall amt Ifuruor streo -
Oct. 4th 12(17 te Atlanta Or.