TOM IN Aft AT 1 ICK S.
i'arlprsvillo, [Ga., June 2, JSJO.
who wished to fii.d
out soaictliing they and > it know, we r<
far them to the advertisement ofvM* s,
Tommy & Stewart, Atlanta. Ga.
«ok-Meßsfß. Gray & Oatmin, Mar
ble sculpturors and dealers, Atlanta,
Ga., have on hand a fine assorted sup
ply of murbte, ahd will put up Tombs,*
Monuments,'Urns, Head and Foot
•Stoaes, Mantels, etc., at short notice.
Truk. —“The man that will take a
jew,spa per for a length of time, and
then send it bajck ‘refused,’ and Un
paid fur, would swallow a blind dog’s
dinner,- and then stone .the dog for be
ing blind.’— Ex.
‘He would doj worse than that. He
would marry a girl on trial, and send
her back with fine words /don’t suit’
chalked on her'back, after the honey
“Worse than that. He woul 1 steal
the chalk to write it with, and after
wards he would use it on his shirts, to
rave the expense of washing, and then
rue his. wife’s father for a month’s
‘Worse yet. He’d chase a sick rat 10
miles over a curduroy road, and insti
tute ft post-mortem examination after
he had cauglit| him, in order to recover
a stolen grain of corn.’—Morgantown
‘We endorse every word of the above,
lie would steal rotten acorns from a
blind pig. He would steal all the win
ter meat of an editor.’—Somerset Her
‘He would be as mean as the man
who cursed his poor old mother for
stopping in his door yard to beg for
bread; and who gave his only child a
penny for going to bed supperless, and
tha next morning charged him a pen
ny for his breakfast.—Torch Light.
Stronger, yet. He would sponge a
iiving from the hard earnings of his
poor old father until the poor old gen
tlemen became unable to work, and
4heu let him die in the poor house,
an l afterwards sell his remains to the
medical stuuents for anatomical pur
‘Worse still He would dig up the
bones of his mother and make dice of
them, and play “ehuck-a-luck on his
grandmother’s tombstone for a copper
cent which a horse thief had stolen
from the eye of a dead “15th Amend
Yes, the man who wou’d subscribe
for and read a gentleman’s paper and
neither send it back nor pay for it,
would steal the pap from his infant
child, starve it to death, and sell its
bones to a guano factory, in addition
to doing any and all the mean things
JJesy-We were shown, on Tuesday last, a
specimen of beautiful White -Marble, from
the Quarries of Mr. Sharpe, of Cherokee
County, which arc said to*be inexha,ustable.
Iron Ore s also represented to be abundant.
The mineral deposites, of this section, have
never, been investigated,, but will be, ere
richer and more abundant
than has yet been dreamed of.
JBfe'fT'Thc contract for furnishing lumber
•to enclose the Bartow County Agricultutal
Association Fair Grounds, near this place,
lias been awarded to Judge Thomas Tumlin,
who will, at once, proceed to till the same.
Methodist Sabbath School Cele
bration Anniversay, of this place, which was
held in the beautifully festooned hall of our
new Courthouse, on Tuesday night last, was
a grand .success. The occasion washuDored
with an overflowing house of delighted—yea
enraptured—people. The speeches of the
boys, and the songs and tableaux of the girls,
together with the soul-stirring music of the
•choir, altogether made it a season of Sorrow
forgetting and soul-gushing joy to all. The
exercises of the evening were concluded by
well-timed and appropriate addresses from
Judge J. It. Parrott and Dr. W. H. Felton.
The sum of seventy five dollars was faised,
by public contribution, from the audience,
for the purpose of buying books, when it
was announced that, in additiou, Mr. VV A.
Kansome, merchant of New York, had gener
ously donated fifty dollars worth of Bibles
and Tastaments to this Sabbath School,
which announcement elititod great applause.
Much credit is due to Mr. J. A. Erwin, the
untiring Superintendent, and his corps of
faithful teachers and assistant, for their un
flinching ett'erts in instructing the children
committed to their charge, in the things per
taining to their present, future and eternal
learn that Dr. Taylor and others '■
of Atlanta, have made, or are about to make, i
arrangements to take charge of Rowland's j
Springs, near this place, with the view of j
summering it there. We further learn that ;
Mr. J. C*Martin, of this place, is about to
reopen the Catoosa Springs.
Some valuable mineral property is adver
tised to be sold, in this place, at public out
•cry, next Tuesday, See sales generally.
A young man by the name of Reeves, was
f rushed to death, by a falling rock, at the
‘totvah river Bridge, on the C, & V-W. 11.
R., where they are putting up the abutments
on Tuesday mofning last.
No clue has yet been had to
the burglary who robbed the Messrs,
lloberts' safe, in this place, last week. j
We are happy to congratulate !
onr esteemed young friend, David Wy
lie, conductor of the Cartersviile &
Van Wert Railroad, on the happy un- j
ion that was consummated between ]
himself and Miss Keith, of Atlanta, on
the 26th inst. May theirs be a life of
Kine Fruits.—-Mr. Charlie Shelman, |
near this place and Agent for the ex
cellent Nurseries of Messrs. Tillotston
Cos., Dayton, Ohio, from which his
orchard is stocked, has presented us, :
from time to time, with some of the i
finest strawberries aud cherries, that!
we have seen this season. If anybody
i aiieves that these Nurserymen are
J umbugs, let them only test the fruits
of their grafts, &c., which can be
found at Mr. Shelman’s residence.
SSSuBe sure you read the tax no
tice of James Atkius, Revenue Col
lector, to be found in another column.
l@k,Harvest time is rapidly ap
proaching. If you havo any Reapers,
Mowers, Threshers, Fans, Horse-pow
ers. Rakes, or any other Implements
or machinery needing repairs, don’t
forget to carry them to J. F. Harwell.
John will make them better than they
ever were, and do it cheap, too.
SPECIAL S .
V m hw rim ' M i>i//iVk 1
The Great Family Medicine of the Age.
THIRTY YE Ais
Have elapse! since the introduction of the
Fain Killer to the public, and yet at the
present time it is more popular and com
mands a larger sale than ever before. Its
popularity is not confined to this country
alone; all over the world its beneficial -fleets
:ii curing tiie “ills that flesh is heir to.”
ire acknowledged and appreciated, and as a
Pain Killer its fame is limited to no coun
try. sect nor race. It needs only to be
known to be prized.
Thirty years is ce.tainly along enough time
to prove the efficacy of any medicine, and
that the Pain Killer is deserving of all its
proprietors claim for it, is amply proved by
the unparalleled popularity it lias attained.
It is a sure and effective remedy, riold by
all druggists. Price 25 ets., 50 cts., and $1
Directions accompany each bottle.
The Living; Machine.
I ijure the main spring of a watch and
every portion of the works becomes disor
dered The human stomach is to the hu
man system what that elastic piece of metal
is to a chronometer. It influences the ac
tion of the other organs, and controls, to a
certain extent, the whole living machine.—
The comparison may be carried further: for
as the weakness and other imperfections of
the main spring is indicated on the face of
the tirue-piece, so also is the weakness or
other disorder of the stomach betrayed by
the face of'the invalid. The eomplex'on is
sallow or faded the eyes are deficient in lus
tre and intelligence, and there worn, anx
ious expression in the whole countenance
which tell as plainly as written words could
do, that the great nourishing organ, whose
office it is to minister the wants of the body,
and to sustain and renew all its parts, is
not performing its duty. It requites reno
vating and regulating, and to accomplish
this end Hostetter 4 s Stomach Bitters may be
truly said to be the one thing needful. The
broken main spring of a watch may be re
placed by anew one, but the stomach can
only be repaired and strengthened, aud this
is one of the objects of the famous vegetable
restorative which for eighteen years has
been waging a successful contest with dys
pepsia in all climates. Asa specific for in
digestion it stands alone. When the resour
ces of the pharmacopoeia have been exhaus
ted, without, at best, doing more than miti
gating the complaint, a course of this whole
some and palatable, yet powerful stomachic
effects a perfect and permanent cur -. In
all cases of dyspeps.it .the liver is more or
less disordered, and upon this important
gland, as well an upon the stomach and bow
els, t'ie bitters act with singular distinct
ness, regulating and reinvigoraling every
secretive and assimilating organ on which
bodily aud mental health depend.
It is not known where he that invented
the plough was born, or where he died; yet
he has effected more for the happiness of
the world than the whole race of heroes and
conquerors * ho have drenched it with tears,
and watered it with blood. But it is known
that the celebrated “Old Carolina Bitters”
are the best tonic ever offered to the public
| Safe, sure, and reliable is Wineman’s
lleasons why you should use Tutt's Im
! proved flair Dye.
Because the Barbers say it is the best.
Because it imparts a natural color.
Because it does not injure the hair.
Bacause it leaves the hair soft and glossy.
Because it does not stain the skin or bed
Because its application is simple aud easy.
Because its effect is instantaneous.
Because it Is the b°st in the world.
The microscope shows the color of the liair
due to a desposition of pigment in its sub
stance. When the hair glands become en
feebled, this pigment fails. One after an
other the hairs become white, or fall out,
producing baldness. Baldness is easy to
prevent but hard to cure. Ayer’s Hair Vig
or stops it; even restores the hair some
times. always restores its color Immedi
ate renovation is at once visible; softness,
freshnes, and the gloss of youth. This great
ornament should be preserved since it can
be by Ayer’s Hair Vigor, which is beautiful
ly clean and free from anything injurious to
the hair. [Tribune, Springville, N. Y.
It cannot hurt you. It is purely vegeta
ble. Try Simmons’ Liver Regulator, if you
wish to be well- It acts like a charm with
out debilitating the system, and without any
of the evil effects of Mercury. Simmons’
Liver Regulator is the safe remedy.
I>r. Ed want Smith’* Infallible
mg-IS A CURTAIN
for Torpid Liver, Constipated Bowels,
Dyspepsia, Headache, Pain in the Back,
Piles, and all affections of the Liver
and Bowels. Read the following cer
“Smith’s Liver Tonic is, beyond all
question, a most excellent Liver Medi
cine. Having fully tested its virtues, we
take great pleasure in assuring any
who may be afflicted with Torpid Liv
er, or Constipated Bowels, that the
Liver Tonic is a most eficacious reme
Rev. L. J. Davies, P. E. LaGrange
Distriot, Ga.; Rev. E. P. Birch, West
Point, Ga.; Rev. George E. Smith,
Newnan, Ga.; J. E. Dent, Newnan,
Ga.; E. Moneghan, Newnan, Ga.
Read what Col. Calhoun Says:—
When a young man, I resided in one
of the malarious districts of Mississip
pi, and while there contracted Liver
Disease, from which I have suffered
ever since. I have tried, I believe, all
Liver Medicines, and do not hesitate
to say that Dr. E l Smith’s Liver Ton
ic is by far superior to anything I have
J. Lawrence Calhoun,
May 5, if. Newnan, Ga.
For sale by Drs. Best and Kirkpat
rick; only $1 a bottle; the money re
tui-ned if not pleased after using.—
Edward Smith, m. and., Newnan, Ga.
Notions, Hats, Boots,
The highest price paid in cash for Rags,
Copper, Brass, etc. Agent for the Rock City
Paper Mills Paper, at mill? prices my 25
Satterfield & Wofford,
F u mi 1 y
A T the old stand, East side of the rail
road, where we promise to sell on as
good terui3, and as low down in price, as
any grocery house in town, either by the
XVholestile or Ketuil.
Ccme and see us and test our sincerity.
J H SATTERFIEf D,
apr 12wly J C VV OF FORD.
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! PIANOS !
StVEN GOLD MEDftLS WERE AWARDED,
At late Fairs held in the South in October
and November, 1869, to
CH A S . M. ST I EF F,
For the best PIANO*, over
Baltimore* Philadelphia aud New York
Office and New Warkkooms, ISo/9 North
Liberty Street, above Baltimore Street,
llAve all the latest improvements including the
Agraef Treble? Ivory Fronts?
IMPROVED FRENCH ACTION,
fully warranted for fly* years, with privilege of ex
change within twelve months if not entirely satisfac
tory to purchasers. Second hand Pianos and Parlor
Organs always on hand from 150 to S3OO,
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUR PIANOS IN USE:
General Robert E. Lee. Lexington Va,
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N C
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. C,
Governor John Letcher, Lexington, Va.
Bishop Wilmer. New Orleans, La.
Joseph Ruop, Chattanooga, Tenn.
VY. L Mansfield, Marietta, Ga.
Reuben Arnold, Atlanta, Ga.
JJ& S P Richards, ” ”
A K Seag-o, ” ”
Send fora Circular containing 800 names of persons
who have purchased the Stitt! Pianus, in the South,
since the war closed. mch B—Gw
s t o _e .
MISS PADGETT, formerly of Stilesbo
ro, woujd annonnee to the Ladies of
Cartersville and surrounding country, that
she has opened, in Cartersville, a Milbnery
Store Room, where she will „eep on hand a
good supply of Fashionable Millinery
Goods au d attend to trimming Bonnets and
M a kin g- Dresses.
Her room is on the Second Floor of Messrs.
Stokely <s• Williams’ New Brick Store House,
where she will be happy to see* the ladies
desiring goods’or work in her line.
Havng several years experience at the bu
siness, she flatters herself that she can ren
der entire satisfaction to all her customers.
April 14, ’7o—tf.
SOMETHING NEW AND USEFUL !
EASTMAN’S PENMAN ASSISTANT.
This new invention isindispeusable to
those who desires to learn to write, in
asmuch as it gives the correct position
and that is the greatest difficulty with
all; by its assistance you are enabled
to write with ease and rapidity. For
prices and full particulars, call upon
the undersigned at the post office.
S. W. SCOFIELD, Agent,
I><vl ling’s Visi Fuga cures all
Liver, Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Organic
Weakness, Yemale Afflictions, General Debilitg
and all complints of the Urinarg Organs, in
male and female.
*•s 1 .000 will also he paid for any case
of Blind, Bleeding or Itching BILES that
Deßing’s Pile Remedy fails to cure.
DeBING S MAGIC LINIMENT cures
Rheumatic Pains, Sprains, Bruises, ani Swell
ed Joints, in man and beast.
Sold everywhere. Send for Pamphlet.
Laboratory —l 42 Franklin Street,
V. R. TQMMEY, J. S. STEWART,
TOMMY «& STEWART,
importers and dealers in
At the Sign of tba
MILL SAW and GAME COCK,
No. 79, Whitehall Street,
RESPECTFULLY call th» attention of Merchants
and others to their LARGE AND WELL ISsORT
ED STOCK of
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
C .insisting in part of
Iron, Steel, Nails,
Builders’ and Carriage Materials,
Tools of all kinds, ir., &c.
Hook’s Anti-Friction Metal.
Buffalo Scafe Works,
Brooks’ Improved Patent
Portable Bevolving Cotton
and Hay Screw Press.
May 15, 1870 wly
I will be in
Cartersviile May 10, 24, and June 7
Cassville, “ 9, 20, “ “ 6
Kingston, “ 14,23, “ “ H
Adairsville, “ 6 21, “ “
Allatoona, “ 11, 25, “ “ 8
Stilesboro, “ 12. 26, “ “ 9
Euharlee, “ 13, 27, “ “ 10
6th Dist., “ 16, 30, “ “ 13
Pine Log, “ 17, 31, “ “ 14
Wolf Pen, “ 18, June 1, and 15
Stamp Cr’k, “ 19, “ 2, “ 16
Cass Station, June 3.
Z. A. Mcßeynolps, Tax Rec’r.
May 5. 1970 -ts.
“QVALITAS non qua ntitism
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Onejof the moat eminent medical men of this age—
well known as the author of the following STANDA RD
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“Among tte more recent efforts toiutrodueo popu
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the CONFIDENCE of the PHYSICIANS and the PUB
KoskooCures Scrofula in its worst Form
From A. W. MILLS, a prominent and well
known merchant of Norfolk, Va.
No. 11 Main Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 15, 1869.
I)R. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir : Your Koskoo has
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I am gratefully yours. Ac.,
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KOSKOO is endorsed by the best physicians every
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Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Cos., I
September 10, iB6O. f
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It. C. TILLERY, M. D.
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Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7, 1860.
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE—Dear Sir : My son has re
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With much gratitude,
lain respectfully yours, Ac.,
Mrs. M. E. A. NELSON.
Read the foltowingfiom Mr. Womble, a prominent
Hardwaie Merchant of this city :
No. 13 Market Sqnare, Norfolk. Va., I
October 13,1868. J
Dr. LAWRF.NCE —Dear Sir : To the Large num
ber of testimoi ials which you offer of the great effica
cy of your Koskoo, I take pleasure in adding my
own. I suffered great’y with Nervous Debility, Head
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From Rev. W. 11. Christian, Pastor Dinwldie Street
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This is to cei tify that I know Dr. Lawrence well.-j-
He is a gentleman of cultivation, and worthy of th«
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W. H. CHRISTIAN.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7, 1869.
FROM DR, LLOYD, A PHYSICIAN OF LARGE
Great Bridge, Va., October 8,1869.
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. B.—Dear sir : I cheerfully
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ing by far all the various compounds of sarsaparilla,
Ac., ever invented. It is a decided Nerve Tonic, and
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ALMANAC for this jtear.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
•For salt by Prineipcl Druggists in the Unfed
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GOWER, JONES & CO.,
CARTEHS.MLLE ANO ROME. GA.
Repairing-, of all kinds, Done to Order.
Manufactured and Repaired to Order, and for
Hale, at thi Manufactory and Repository of
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•Tan. 1, 1870...w1y
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, SADDLES & BRIDLES,
.*.,■ '* ■ . i
GKOCEIiIES, SUGAR, COFEE
Together, with most articles
USUALLY KEPT FOR
THE STOCK WILL BE KEPT TJPI
WITH FRESH ARRIVALS DURING
We Invite our Old
AND NEW CUSTOMERS TO AN
EXAMINATION Of* Our
STOCK AND TERMS .
April 21, 1870—ts.
TO SELL OUR CELEBR ATED
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
Acknowledged tyy all .who have used them
to be the best Pen made or sold in this coun
try. No blotting ! No soiled fingers ! Six
ty lines written with one pen of ink ! Will
outwear any steel pen ever made. Jlankers,
merchants, teachers and all classes, eudorse
them in the highest terms of praise. Put
iip in neat slide boxes. Prices : two boxes,
60 cents; five boxes, SI.OO. Sent free of
postage, and guaranteed to give perfect sat
LIBERAL COMMISSIONS TO AGENTS,
We are prepared to give any energetic
person taking the agency of these Pens, a
commission which will pay S2OO per month.
Three sample pens will be mailed for 10
WESTERN PUBLISHING CO.
april 14, 1870—6rn.
fA EORGIA, BARTOW CO.
t Jf BY virtue of an Order from the Court
of Ordinary of said county, will be sold, on
the first Tuesday in August, 1870, at the
Conrt House do*r in said county, between
the legal hours of Sale, the tract of Land in
said county owned by W C Dean at the time
of his death, containing 160 acres, more or
less, No. 42 in the 22 district of the 2 sec. of
said oounty ; partly cleared and partly in
woods; the same said to he a fine farming
Lot. Terms CASH. JOHN COX,
May »A, Im. A ten. of JOEL DEAN.
YY7" E ARK daily recoiling and opening
if a general Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
purchased at reduced price?, under the re*
cent decline in gold Our Stock consists in
a large variety of Radies' Drees Goods, Dress
Trimmings, Ladies’ Hals, Hosiery, Gloves,
Bleached and Brovrn Domestics,
GENT’S FURNISHING . GOODS,
Hats, Cups, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Crockery and Queen’s Ware, Factory Yarns.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Flour, Bacon, Lard.
We thank our triends for fw.-t favors, and
solicit a continuance of their patronage for
N. GILRE.vTH & SON.
Factor/ Yarn *.
We keep, on consignment, Factory Yarns,
of the best quality, to sell by the Bale at
Factory Prices. N. GILREATH A SON.
Cartersville. April 7th, 1870,--tf.
IWl’ll to sell my place neir CassYille
fire. It lies about four miles from Cass
Station, on the W & A H K, and contains 185
acres; about one bnlfin a fine state of culti
vation, and under a first-rate fence, the bal
ance well timbered.
It is well wa erod; has springs and
creeks ; is convenient to churches and schools
and is a very desirable place- The land is
good, and produces corn, wheat and cotton,
and the grasses equal to the best uplands in
Cherokee Georgia. Terms reasonable.
Mar 19,4 m. Cartersville, Ga.
P. T York’s Patent Churn Dash
It is cheap and durable, very simple, and
can be used in any upright churn, and will
make butter in less time than any dash now
in use. It does not waste cream. No one
that has tried them will do without them—
They work with the same ease as any other
Dasher. Having purchased the right to
make and sell them. I am now prepared to
fill all orders that may come. 1 guarantee
them (if the milk is in the proper condi
tion) to make the butter in Gve minutes, or
no charge for them. Prices ranging from
fifty cents to one dollar, according ts size.
James W. Stranjsfe,
CarUrstille, Ga., May 12/A,, 1870.
Stokely & Williams
ARE NOW RECEIVING ANO OPINING
Their New Stock of
SPRING & SUNWEB
r and STAPLE,
EATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C.,S&C„ &C
CIJTL SRY, &C-. &0_
C+l ItTMJ It Si'll, L.E, G%,1.
Our Stock of Ladies’ Dress Goods is com
plete. to which we invite their special atten
tion, as we flatter ourselves that they are se
lected with taste, and with an eye to the la
test styles. Ladies can find everything be
longing to their toilet, usually kept by Dry-
Goods houses, in our Stock.
Gentlemen will also find every article per
taining to their wardrobe, from a neck-tie,
to a full suit, both ready-made and in piece.
Ira fact our stock is complete in every line
of goods kept by us, and it, is useless for us
The attention of the ladies is particularly
invited to our excellent line of head-dresses
—Hats, Chignons and Switches.
Call and sec us, at our old stand, and ex
amine our goods before"‘making your pur
chases, as we charge nothing for looking.
We also keep a Stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES, Ac.
WM. CRAY, Proprietor.
S. B..OATMAX, Agent.
Importers and Dealers in
AMERICAN & ITALIAN MARBLE,
MONUMENTS, STATUES, VASES,
Tombs and JTMonumental Work
FURNISHED IN THE BEST MANNER.
And on Reasonable Terms.
DESIGNS gs MONUMENTS
Furnished Free on Application.
April 28, 1870—ts
MOWERS AND REAPERS!
THRESHERS AND SEAPRATORS,
FARM E N GIN ES .
HORSE RAKES. &C.,
aV 11 Supplied 1> yMalc in
early Appication to
MARK W. JOHNSON
BROAD STREET All/NTA GECTEIA.
May -2—1870 lm.
J. H. SIMMONS,
(Successor to Steadman & Simmons.)
.Wholesale Dealer in
No ‘22 ALABAMA STREET,
advances i ade on Uonsign
mentm. ft-b 8,-i
J* (l. IVT* AIoNTHOMBItY,
S 73 A WBERRIt St
BACON II AMS,
Candles, and the genuine Durham Smoking
Tobacco, just received, at
April 14, ts.
/ 1 ARDEN SEED. A complete variety of
\ I Buista Warranted Garden Seed, at
f«b 15 MONTGOMERY'S.
TVTEW ORLEANS SYRUPS AND MO
M LASSES, a'fine lot. just received and
for sale, at MONTGOMERY’S.
THE choicest brands of SMOKING T«j-
BACCO, can always be found, at
feb 15 MONTGOMERY'S.
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS !
Cures Diseases of the Liver & Stomach.
A pleasant cure for Couglti, Colds, etc
Sarsaparilla and Queen'* Deli /hi !
The Great Alternative and Blood Purifier
ITJTX 1 &
IMPROVED 'HAIR DYE!
Warranted (he best Dye in use.
AST These Standard Preparations are sot
nle by BEST & KIRKPATRICK,
nov 29. 12in. Cartersville, Ga.,
* THE STAR SALOON. *
Onward ! Victory ! Triumph !J»
RANSE L. SELLERS,
THE ABOVE UNRIVALLED B\LOON
has just undergone a thorough remod
deling and rearra igemcnt, to which former
stock has been added a fresh supply of
FINE LIQUORS AND CIGARS;
TOBACCOS: Chewing and Smoling;
FANCY CONFECTIONERIES, ETC.
Superior to any ever before brought to this
town and opened to the Trade. In my line
of Liquors may be found Imported PORTER
and ALES, WINES, CHAMPAGNES,
BRANDIES; and Liquors of all kinds and
Saloon on the corner of Fuhblic Square
and Market Street, in the Exchange Build
ing, opposite the Commercial Hotel.
Feb 22, 1870. R. JL. SELLERS.
L. BENNETT, W. J. WILLIFORD, L. PAYNK
L. SENNETT * BO
S V T AP LE AND FANCY
Enta, Boots, Shoes, etc
LADIES will find, in this establishment,
all the latest styles and improvements
tc Dress Goods , —a full toilet, from a
tucking comb to a superb clock, all new and
of the best quulity, and at low prices.
GENTLEMEN will find everything per
taining to their ff'ttrdrobc, from
a neck-tie to a magnificent overcoat. We
have the finest lot of GENTLEMEN'S
FURNISH INC GOODS ever before bro’t
to this market. Our stock of CASSIMKREB
(CHILDREN’S FURNISHING GOODB,
J in great abundance.
.41x0, Dealers In
PORK: LARD: SALT: FLOUR: MEAL
&c. &c. &c,
Leather and Shoe-
HIDES, Bought and Sold.
Come and see us, at the old stand of L.
BENNETT, Main Street, East side of the
Railroad. L. BE -NETT & CO.
dec 7, 1869. Cartertville, Ga.
A A SKINNER & Cos
TO PH/oiC: AIK
New York, August 15th, 18fi8
Allow me to cull vonr attention to ms
The component parts are BUCHU
long leaf, cubebs, juniper
Mow of PmciMßATinx.—Burin, in
vacua. Juniper Be-rtcs, by distillation, to f-«rm •
(fin. Cubebs extracted by dlspla-rment with spirit*
obtained from Junto r Kerries: v»ry little
Miii.r is used, and a small proportion of spirit, It la
tnor- palatrabl. thun any new tr> me
Rocha, a* nrepxred hv T>tu,rglst*. in of a llph« color.
It is a plant that emits Ita fragrance ; the action of a
tlsme destroys this (in a-live wrlnritd*,) tf.vln* a
dark and uluttnous dreoction. Mice Is the celor of
nates; the smallest quantity of the other Ingredient*
are added, to prevent fermentation ; upon inapec.
Ilon It will he found not to be a Tincture, as made
la Pharinaenpo?*, nor la it a Syrup—and therefore
can he used In case* where fever or Inllammatio., ex
ist. In this, you have the knowledge of he insredl
enta a-id the mo Ie of preparation.
Hoping thu* you will lavor *t with a trial, and that
upon inspection tt will meet with your approbation,
With n fseilny of confldei ee,
I am very respectfully yours,
11. T. IIELMHOLD,
Vnemitt rnd Drvg/rtti
•/ 16 gears' experience.
[From Iho Largest Manufacturing
Chemists in the World.]
Noykaoh» 4, 1854.
‘‘l ain acquainted with Mr. IT. T. TTemhtll ; lie as
evpi'd the l)rugStore opposite my residence, and ***
luueesaflll in ronductlna the bustles* where I'.hera
had net been equally ►<> beloro him. I have been fa
vorably Impressed with his eliaiacter and enterprise.**
Firm of Powers A Weighltnan,
Ninth tint! Brown alrecta, Philadelphia.
Helmbold’s Fluid Extract of
Is the treat specific for Universal Lassitude, Prestra
The constitution, once affected with nrpsnlr Weak
nf-fie requires the aid of Msiiciss ts strencthen the
.vs cm. which HEM BOLD’S KXfKAf'T TU Hi In
variably and es. If ro treatment is submitted to, Co*t»
.umpti iu or insanity en-u.'S.
Hclmbold’s Fluid Exlracl of Bucha,
In *ffeutii'ii* peenll-V to Females, TANARUS» unr*)nsleri by
noy other pr. p-iraUon, as lit v hlor-trl*. nr Keteriticn.
Ps'nfulsese, 01 nuppre ai<m > f> u.t 'iiisiy Kvaciliition.,
Ulcerated or Bchlrrus Stale of tlia l’'«ru«. am! atl
oornolaiiit* incident to the »»a, or the decline cr
change of life.
Ilelniliolifs Fluid Extract Buck ard
Improved Rose Wash.
Wilt radically exterminate from the sye*sm disease*
srtslrg from thr hah’tsnf dissipation, at little expense
little or no cli nee in diet, no Inc rnvenlenee of expos- j fl
.ire ; completely snpercedlnff those unpleasant and
dangerous romedlcß. Copal vs and Mercury, t* atl
Use Hi'lmbold’s Fluid Extract Bnchn
In all diseases of these orpin*, whether existing In
male or female, from whatever cause originating,
tono matter < f hew long standing H Is pleasant.in
taste and odor, “Immediate” In action, and more
strengthening than ary preparation* »f Bark or Iron.
Those suffering fromlbroken down nr delleete CO*
stituiions, procure the remedy at onee,
Tlte r, ader must be awaye that, however flight msy
I e the attach of the above d'seases, It ie certa a to af
fect the bodily health and mental powers.
All the above dlaeae. require the Sid of S rUn-e,!#.
UEMBOLIVS KTTEACr BUCHV is the greet Murrt
Sold by Druggists everywhere. PRICE -
$1.25 p«r bottle, or « bottles for $6.50.
Delivered t« any address. Describe symp -
toms '.a all communications.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE.
. 594 BROADWAY, New York.
None Are Cenu ! ne
Unload dome up in steel-engraved wrapper*
, v i(h lac «imile of nty Chemical Warehouse