o mill Club, Thu , . . ,
lOivlmt startled, about olovon o clock
most extraordinary mul ftllgulur
ofoawftuoe. A little girl named Anpn
Palsv,apparently thirteen years of ago,
'•ad made hor appearaneo In tho ball
.com at nine o’clock, and as fai as
Could ho ascertained, without any os-
, cort. She’ had danced every set mul
lmd partaken freely of all tho rolj-osh-
nBjita given her up to olovon o clock,
when, overhoalod and looking very
pale, sho ran to tho noarost soat and sat
down. Hero sho pressed her hand on
her forehead and leaned forward as
tnoiiffU sho wero about to mint, ujr
singular flQiliuot Uavlug attracted tho
anil fans, with a liopo of apecdUy iu
HovInS her from her preoarlons sltua.
lion. All the simple remedies that
could bo thought of or recommondod
were used without avail. Sho sank In
to a kind of stupor from wliluh it was
thought she uovor would awake, tier
rosplrntlon was hard, and frequently at
tended with convulsions. Sho was laid
out upon some chairs,and soomed with
out tho powor of moving olthor limbs
or body. Hor eyes being all tho tt|»
wide open, all believed her in a trance.
Hr. Menccs. was summered and ad
ministorod several restorations, which
seemed partially to relievo her from
the stupor, hut not from the hysterical
condition Into which sho hod fallen.—
Her'counlonanco then assumed a live-
. ly appearance, and sho commenced
bonding the. fore linger of her right
hand soon'Ufteiy hntl most gracefully
raised her. Juiriri, pointed towards Ucnv-
on and said, “Mother I” Sho next lot
hor hand fall upon her breast, and/or
a moment her .countenance wore on ex
pression of deep melancholy. There
issued from her lips a most beautiful
and eloquent' prayer, tho lanuuago of
which was select and appropriate, in
somuch that all wero nstouisnod. She
noxt, repeated o great number of vers
es, and where memory lacked sho re.
pliediwitli a reitfarkablo degree of ap.
tltUdo, After this she told a story,
following out tho tlirond, and clothing
It in beautiful language.
Sho made the following expressions,
hor cotintenmiceohmiglng with tho’son.
tlments: “Jesus Is my friend." “Oru
cl brothers." 0, If I should go astray
what voioo would tbero bo to woo mo
from an erroneous faith f ” All hor re
marks wero seemingly addrossod to hor
mother, though dead, yot living In tho
roomory of hor child. Sho sang a song.
“X am dying,” with so much pathos
that every cyo was filled with tears.—
All this tlmo Dr. Menoes had trlod iu
vain to attract her attention.
She nwoko at a quarter to one, and
BaUl sho would enter tho samo stato
when one o’oloek should come, which
was verified on tho striking tho bell.—
Sho continued in this condition which
was not ns sovero ns before,for an hour
when she aivoko and beenmo extremely
lively and vivacious in conversation.
Sho is represented ns being very
pretty and intelligent for ono of hor
age. Hor mother died some time since
leaving her father and three brothers
the first of whom sho seems to caro lit
tle about, and the last three to nbuso
■ cruelly and brutally heat hor.
Ono of her brothers is now in tho
work-house, having been sent there
for seventy-two»days for his violent
treatment of hor.
While she is cruelly beaten,she is also
starven for.days. Her appetite at the
bail room Is represented as being most
ravenous, mid she is said to have eaton
much more than three healthy persous
ought to have done, without suffering
derangement of the system.
It is bolieved that, if sho wore given
n good home anil well cared for, she
would get rid of tlioBD peculiar Bpclls
which, it Beoms, are not usual with her.
She states that God has told her that
she should never ho atone when they
should come upon her.
Sho was escorted to her home, on the
corner of South and Spruce streets, on
tho termination of tho hall.—Nashville
Important to Farmers—The'Nor
folk Ylrgiglan gives tho folloiviug to
Wo have been informed by a gentlop
man well postod upon the subject, that
all farmers who will bo forced into
bankruptcy during the coming fall and
winter; can Save their growing crops by
filing their petltiou on or before tho
15th of October next,'otherwise, the
said crops will ho included in tho Bqhed-
ujes of property. This is a pinttor of
' much moment to our agricultural
friends, and. Wo trust that they may
avail themselves of tho wnrningm tjme
■ to receive tho benefits. Kdmembhr'tho
day when the privilege expires by llm-
Itation, and bo governed accordingly.
TiIe Lazy Society Cmfi.—A club
called the Lazy Society lias beon form-
. cd in Path, in tills couuty. It already
numbers several members. Two mem
bers have'been discharged—one for
’ ' striking at a musqulto which bad light-
. cd on Ids face, and another for gapiug
too quickly and opening his mouth too
wide. A-third member was consured
for running down -.Old Hill, hut was lot
off on the plea that ho was too lazy to
hold back 1 Tho Bocioty is in perpetual
sessiou.— Troy Tress.
Connecticut The latest reports
from Connecticut show that the Demo
crats have carried more towns this fall
than they carried last spring—that tho
Democratic majorities have boon hand
somely increased, and that tho State is
safe for Seymour and Blair in Novem-
Five capital trials are to come off lic-
, fore the Supremo Court of Now Hamp
shire, to sit on tho 20tli iust., In Ports-
, mouth. That State is governed by all
the morality." If it wero a Southern
monarchy,the fact we have stated above
would afford rich and racy comments
to tho “moral” press as to the dastard
ly character of the “unrepentant reb-
A Scotchman went to a lawyor once
foradviccjuud detailed the circumstan
ces of the case. “Have yon told the
facts just as they occurred t" "Ay,"
was the .reply, “I thoot ye would put
the lies Into it.?'.
AoRidfittruiiAU—H Is exceedingly
had husbandry to linrrow up tho feelings
of vbiir with, tb ruko up old quarrels,
hoo a grudgo, and sow discord.
A blind girl, on bolng asked the defi
nition of forgiveness, vopliod, “It is the
fragrance- which Bowers yield whbn
tlioy are trampled upon.”
Tho corn crop of tills section, says
tho Cleveland Banner, is very good,
and is considerably above an average
yield. It Is thought tho price of tho
now crop will raugo from forty to fifty
oonts per bushs!.
Columbus l|as a ropo manufactory,
anil iiasjlilpgud wltliinj Wio -last four
niontbs 250,000.pounds ot'gobd bomp
ropo, bcsldgs a considerable quantity
taken-by-tlio Columbus merchants.—
Ifcrgo qhZntitled of-o6l ton ropo aro-al-
so manufactured there.
ItlmB beon asked when tho rain falls,
doos it ovor get up ? Of eourso it does
ThO Bong of the repentant husband
after knocking bis wife down—“Como
(a nurlinanni tnu'nWll Rt.r il-lvlMl iloM*.”
to' my bosom, my own stricken dear
John A. Logan is a candidate for re-
election to Cougross In Illinois. “Airs.
Keekloy” tells us that when ho wanted
to ho made n major General ho present
ed to the mistress of the White llouso
n.diamond ring, which ho assured her
was worth three hundred dollars. A
Now York jeweler soon aftor placed its
valuo at cighteon dollars. On that oc
casion Logan camo within two hundred
and oighty-two dollars of tho truth.—
But ho Ims uover doao It since.—Lou
Tis wondtous strange hoiv' great the
change, since I was ill my teem; then
I had a beau, and a billot doux 1 ; and I
joined the gayest seenos. But lovers
now have ceased to voivj noway they
now contrivo—to poin, hang,or drown
themselves—because I'm thirty-five.—
Once, if the night was over so bright,
I ne’or abroad could roam, without—
the bliss, tho honor, Miss, of seeing
you snfo homo.’ But now I go,through
raid and snow—fatigued and scarce
alive—through all tho dark, without a
spark—hooauso I'm thirty-five,
Walkofi Sheriff's Sales.
tTTU.T. ho sold boforo tho CoorUtoiwo door, In
VY Lal-'nyoltc, on tho lint Tucwlajr In Novem-
bor.ncJtl WilMa tlio lefiol hours of wlf, tho (id-
lowing property, to-wlti •.
Ono house, ns the properly of 0. 0. Cordon,
r ow neeupled by mill Hondo)) i levied on to nulls-
ly n .Inslfeas' Umirt II 5) Issued Irani tho B7lst
iflsiriet, 0. SI., In MfMbfUflm K. I.ozonly vs
(I. (I. tlorilnu. I.uvy mudii mid returned to mo
by \V. II. Ohaflln, eonslnlile.
Also, nt the siuiie time nnd plnce, loin of Innd
Nos. S 70, 177,.lflE US mid 178, nil In llio Will
dlsi i-let and 4th neellon or Walkor county: levied
n ns the properly of Jnnies II. 1-lvntlo, to sntlsfy
.. Superior Court 11 fu, Kehrunry term, 1808, In
fnvor of Thou bnwroiiuS vs John Ilntdeld, John
Mulmu, A. J. Rogern, 0. G. Holland mid domes
Also, nt tho ssmo tlmo nnd plnce, lot or lund
Kn. 108, In the tub illstrlet uml 4Ui section of
Wnlbnr county: levied on as tho property of
Jcssu Jny ID satisfy n Superior Court tt fit In fnvor
of 15 wnul fowler.,
Also, nt tho sumo llmo soil pi ice, lot of land
No. 47, In tho Mill district slid 4th motion of
Wnllier county: levied on ns tho property of
James Campbell, to sntlnfy n Superior Court II In
In fnvor’of Mooro nnd Mnrsh vs .lames Campbell.
Also, nt tlni samo tlmo nnd plnce, lot or land
No. 88, in tho until district mid ltd section of
Wnlkor county: levied on nn the property of E.
illllps. to rat sly n Bup'ilor Court II fn In fn-
if 11. M. Young mid J. W.' JsoliSon, surviv
ing partners of John Y, Jackson A Co. vs K. C.
Also, nt the smno tlmo nnd place, lots of land
W Walker Mortgngo Solo.
ILL ho sold-'before the Court Houso donr
In llio town of Lafayette, on tho first
Tuesday in December next the following proper*
ty, to-wlt: . . , .
J.ot of (and No 1*2*. In tho 20th district nn«lBd
Motion• or Walker county, nnd tho West Imlf of
lot No. 20, and 78 ncrca of lot No. 80, Mtno dls-
trlot and aoctlon : lovlcd on at tho property ol
Hint Stnnool to uithfv n mortgage II fa In favdr of
K. M. Young and J. W. Jnokaon, surviving put*
nor* of John Yv Jackson & Oo. v*. Itliil Stancol.
Alre.nt tho tamo time nnd pUco, tho following
propurt.v, Iota of land Nos. 182,188, 188,187,
188, 148, 188, 100,167, 168, 108,170, 175, 170,
177, 184, 185, 180, 188, 189,101, 102, *207,208,
212, 216, 22(1 nnd 240, situated in the 12th dis
trict of tho 4 th section nr Walker county, and
ulso lota Nos. 801 nnd fraction 888, In tho 11th
district of tho 4th section of Wnlkor county, r.l*o
lot No. 25, In tho 7th district of tho 4th section
of Wnlker county—onqb ronrqiqntod ns contain
ing ono hundred nnd sixty nbres, except said frac
tional lot No. 838 s levied on as tho property of
William Dougherty to satisfy a Superior Court
mortgngo ti fa 'In favor of James B Ilomllton,
Adrn’r. of T. R. Hamilton for tho uso o: Den. 0.
B Y virtue or nn order of the Court of Ordina
ry of Walker county, I will soli boforo tho
Court-Houso ddoii In LaFayotte, Georgia, on the
first Tuesday in December next, within tho legal
hours of salo, tho laud belonging to tho estate of
James Roberts, deceased, lying Tn said county,
eight miles west of LaFnyctto, consisting of ono
lot of land curtaining‘180 acres, more or less.
S D ROBERTS, Adlur
Nos. 200 ami 201, in tho 8th district and 4th sec- Sold for tho benefit of heirs 1 and creditors,
lion, nud 82 acres, more or less, of lot No. 7, In Terms of salo 1‘2 months, or with noto and np
tho 7th district and 4th section of Wnlker county:
levied on ns the property of G. G. Gordon.
Also, nt the same tlmo and pluce, lot of land
No. 84, In tho 20th district and 3d section of
Walker county: levied on ns tho property of
Carter Cudd, deceased, to satisfy u County Court
fi fa in favor of J. W. Fitzpniriek vs Elisabeth
EOUGI.l, CatooBa CooutT- -Wllllaui.H. Dor*
'T rick has applied fm- fcxemption oflncrsounlly,
and setting and valuation of llomosteudj
«ud I-wHf-pnia ttpon the same, at Dlngguld, on
4«X.otPutPber, lafiS. ntutny ofiico.
iotJO-tt-prs fco^2. J.M. COUDS, Ordy,
will pass upon the same, at lllnggoid, on Cctohcr
27th, 1808, nt m.v ollico.
Oct 15-tt-prs foe #2 J. M. CO.MDS, Ordy.
Mayor has applied for exemption of pnrsoimlty
nnd setting apart and valuation of Homestead,
and I will pass upon tho samo, October 27, 1808,
at m.v ollico, Iu lllnggoid.
Qxitifi-tt-prs lee $2 J. M. COMBS, Ordy.
Catoosa Sheriffs Sale.
W ILL bo sold befnro tho Court ilouso door,
In the town of HinggoUl, Catoosa county,
on tho first Tuesdty In November noxt, within
the legal hours of salo, tlio following property,
Eighty acres, being tho South half of lot of
laud No. 03; In the 28th dirtriot nnd 3d section
of Catoosa county, by ono Ju<ltices , Court fi fa,
W. L. Whitman vs II. Stewart, nnd controlled by
F. M. Kittle. Levy niudo and returned to mfe
by R. D. Trlminlcr, L. C.
Also, lot of land No. 148, in the 27th district
nnd 3d section of Cutoosa county, by ono tux II
fa from and county vs A Clarke. Levy made
and returned toino by R. II. Tnmmier, L. 0.
Also, nt tho samo time and place, the houso
and lot now occupied by J T Rope as a residence,
in the ang o of Nashville strout and Gospol ilidgc
otrei-t, In the western part of Ringgold, Georgia,
myolning D S Anderson the North nnd James
II Anderson on tho West: levied upon by one
Superior Court fi fn Irom Chattooga county, Hus
sar and Ilo**ty vh \Y J floury—property pointed
out by G W bruoe, Esq.
Also, lot of laud No 820, In tho 28th district
and 3d section of Cutoosa county, by virtuu of
four Justices' Court fi las from the 030th District,
G .M of said ommtv, Jesse Folker v« W U Gil
breath. Sold for the purchase money, und point
ed out by plaintiff In fi fa.
W. J. WHITSITT, D. Sheriff.
Cudd, Executrix of Cartor Cudtl, deceased.
Lots of land Nos 175, 176, 177 nnd 185, In
tho JJJith district nnd 4th section of Wnlker coun
ty, by vlriuo of ono Superior Court fi-fa in
favor of John M Combs, ns administrator of tho
estatu of J T McConnell, deceased, against James
II Kvuttc—levied on as tho property of tho do-
fondant. Sul.l property pointed out by plaintiff’s
Also, nt tho same tlmo nnd place, 100 acres,
mo«*e or less, being parts of lota of land Nos. 87
and 04, in tlio 20th district und 8d section of
Walker county: levied on ai tho property of Hen
ry Tudor to satisfy a BUporJor Uourt H fa iu favor
of James Swltmey vs Honry Tudor.
40 acres more or less ol lot of land No. 182,
in tho 8th district and 4th section of Walker
county; levied on for costs ns the property of
Mary Baker, by virtue of five fi fas, Issued from
tlio Justlgcs’-Court of tlio 044 lli district
of said county, Iu favoi' olMrs. a Cl,ambers Kxu’r I
or J. II. focused, vs. D R. S. baker. I
Mar y waKcr, llarrla llrlgmau and Harriet Brig-
man. Levy mndo and returned to mo by L. M,.
Also, at tho samo tlmo and place, will bo sold
0 acres moro or Jess, of Jot of lund No. 108, in
tho 8th district nnd 4tli suction of Walkor couuty
und 85 ucreq. more or less, of lot No. 204, same
district and’ section, levied on ns the properly of
Jesse Jay, to satisfy cost on two Superior Court
fi fas, one In favor of A. 1. Loot, nnd tho other in
favor of Edward Fowler vs. said Jny.
Also, at tlic samo time nnd placo, will bo sold
(11 acres, moro or less, of part of lot of land No.
27, Iu tho 8th district and 4th section of Walker
county, lovlcd on ns tlio property of WlWnm Blair
to satisfy a Superior Court attachment fi fa, iu fa
vor of John Hawkins vs. William Blair.
Also, nt tho anno time and placo, will bo sold
lot of laud No. 120, in the 12th district and 4th
section of Walkor county, levied on ns tho prop
erty of J. W. Hanoy, to satisfy one Buporlor Court
ii la and two Justiocs’-Cuurt fi fas, from tho 071st
district 0. M. of Walker county. In favor of J. R.
Wheeler vs. J. W. Haney. Levy mndo und re
turned to nio by constable.
Alsu, at the samo tlmo and place, will bo sold
80 acres, moro or less, of lot of land No 82, In
tlio 7tli district and 4t|i section of Walker comity,
loilcd on as tlio property of II. A. Burrott, to
sutls r y ono Superior Court attachment fi fa, in fa
vor of L. E. and W« 0. Patton vs, H. A. Snrrett,
Oct. 1. A. A. SIMMONS, Sheriff.
B Y virtue of nn order obtained from tho Oonrt
of Ordinary of Walker jjnunty, Georgia, will
bo sold on tho first Tuesday in December, 1808,
at the Court-House door in said county, between
tlio legal hours of sale, tho tract of land whereon
Lindsev Edwards resided nt the tlmo ol Ills death,
consisting of lots of land Nos 242 and 247, in (he
8th district and 4th section ol Walkor county.—
Terms tush, R 8 NEELY, Adrn’r.
/ ^ EORUIA, Walker County—To nil whom tl
VJi\may concern.—Lucinda Massey having ap-
tr'jcd t.j mo in proper *loriu for permanent letters
ot‘ administration on tho esta.o of J W Massey,
lu’to of Mid county, deceased :
B Y virtue of art ordor from tho Court of
ry of Gordon county, .will bu sold on.tlio flrd
Tuesday of November next, 1808, nt tlio LonrL
Houso door In Calhoun, between tlio legal hours
of sale, tho lolloivlng land, to wit:
Lots Nos 112, 111, 110,' 100, 105,76, 74,cnch
of said lots containing*! 00 acres, ninro or less,
lying In tlio 7th dlsirlctfimd 8d Bectlon. Known
as tuo home placo /
Also, at the samo tlmo and plado, lot No, 201, In
tho Hth district alidad section. Knowu na llio
Splvoy place. Hold ns the property of Joseph
Wilson, dueeasod, for the benefit of tlio )jelrj and
creditors. Terms ono half cqsli, fUe remnliider
12 months ciedit, with Interest and approved so*
enrity, a Hon rebdued on land until paid for, pos
session givou 1st day of Jummry.
WIlLiaM MOBLY, Executor.
Soptembcrl 7,1808 —tdw. ^
~ Adm&iafcrators Sale. .
B Y virtue of nn ordor In mo vested, from llio
Court of Ordinary of Gordon county, I will
sell befnro tho Court Houso door in Calhoun. Ga.,
on tho first Tuesday in November next: (10 M
uorcr, nioro or leas, off lol of land number 2 r fl,
Hth district and 3d section, lying east of, nnd
adjoining Culhoun; nlso 3 acres off of tho west
sldo of lot number 204, Hth district, 8d section
of sold county. Proporty of A B. Ecuols, dcu’d,
and sold subject to tho widow’s dower, for beno-
fit of liolrs und creditors. Terms ball cash, tho
other half credit till 1st of August, 1800, with
noto and good Scourltv. September 10, 1808. td
WM. S. JOHNSON, Admr, debonun
A STICK IN TIME SAVES WINE!
iU WISH TO SAVE MONEY IN TRI-i
SAME PROPORTION (10 TO
I ‘ HATH JUST OPENED AN ELEGANT AS-
Dry Goods and Groceries,
nt mv.Ncw Hrluk )louse, on HamlUon Stroof,
first Store abnvo noliandVLIVer.r Stable, adjoin
ing Lowry d? Eason’s,-crinklstlng In part of
'Bloaehcd Wid Brown Domestics,
PRINTS, DJffiiES'DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Uosicry nnd Notions In variety,
Bqpts. and Shoes,
Hurdwnro, Qiiponsware, and Tablo Cuttlory,
SUGAR, COFFEE, TOBACCO, POWDER,
and an endless variety of articles too numerous to
mention, all of which I offer at
Call nml mo for yoiirnolvon, nml yon will ho
ploiiMil with hath gornln nml priuvii. ltisn pleas
ure to show uomls.
S. O. OBOZIER.
B Y vlrtuo of nn order In mo vested, from tho T) Il'IlAUDS, J. J. A S, P,~ Establisho-I in 1848.
Court of Ordinary of Gordon county, I will .ll» Booksellers nnd 8*nlipner.«. and dealers In
sell on tho first Tuesday in November next, bcloro Musle and Musical Instruments, Wall Paper, etc.
the Court-llouso donr In Calhoun, between tho ( Bank Blpek, Alabama stieet, Atlanta,
legal hours ol snto, thofolloXvlng land, to-wlt: MOa . * nr „.—n-"u"a. li'Z~T
Lot No. 04,- conlainltig 1 (to acres, more or loss, | P ^ ,C8EH -Book, Biallonory und
lying in Die 7lh district and 8d section of Gordon f- «»‘ l keep mi hand wa. ij.nted
county, known us tho Ilowett Pluce, Sold as tho Llil'omns, Iiltliographs, Albums,
property of W. B. Hcwett, deceived, for tho ben
efit of tlio lie!re and creditors. Terms ono half
cash, tlio remainder 0 inoi'tlis credit
J. MoCONN'ELL, Adrn’r, Jc bonis non.
ate ot Mid county, deceased :
This Is to cite nil nnd slngulnr the creditors nnd
next of kin of said John W Massey to be and ap
pear «t my ofllcc. within the tlmo allowed by‘law,
nud^hovr cause, If any they enti, why p6rhlunoni “
administration should uot bo graulcd to Ludtidn J J±*iORQTA, Oortlon County.—Poldcn Kay,
Littlefield, administrator oi' B. A. Stir-iton
rvpfcsents to tho Court iu ids petition duly filed
nml entered on record, that he Ims fully admlnis-
teted said cstnto. This Is therefore to cite all
person* concerned, kindred nnd creditors, to show
e.iuse, if any they enu, why rnid administrator
should not be discharged from his administration,
and receive letters of dismisrion on tho first \L>«-
day In Kcbnury, 1S.1» fu&ffisjW'—
0. Ti’. NEEL, Only.
ote., Nailonnl Hotel block, Atlatiln.
dealer in Stoves, Tin Plato, nnd Tinnfcr’s
Findings, Marietta street, Atlimtn, Ga.
Watoliee, Clocks, Jowolry,
S1LV11R AND PLATED WAIIL\
French, China and Cut-Class lH arCj
Flailing Tnuklo, Flno Household Articles,
Pancy Goods generally.
OLD UOI.II ANI) S1LVF.U TAKKN IN EXCIIAXOR.
SOME OF THE PRICES:
Gold Wntehes, from *♦, .$25 00 to $2no fib
Hllvoi “ “ 10 00 to 60 (hi
Plated “ “ 6 00 to io oo
Yiinkco Clocks, for 2 oq
French nndEnglishClocks from 25 00 to ino ou
Silver Plated Tea Spoons, iutt, »i 0u
“ Tablo “ per sett,
Gold Pen, Silver Case, for
Fine Chinn Platos^ncr sott
** Cups and Huuccrtlf per sett,
* “ Tea Hotts, 4-1 pieces,
Violin and bow, lor
Cremona’s and othtr Vlmlns nt higher prices.
FlnhtyiolinHtrings, per bunch, jfi
Guitar Strings, per tett of six, 1 ( M ,
Aecorileons, from 1 00 to 25 Oo
Fish Httoks, one hupdrod In paper,* 26
•Puro Silver Thimbles,
^Spectacles, fnmv. 25 cts to 25 (in
'Best N’ee,dlc8, 4 papers, assorted, In ciwe, lor 26
Will send needles by mail on receipt of 23
COMMISSION AND UliOOKRS.
A K. SEA(H)—Commls8lon Merchant, Atlanta,
. makes cash advances on consignments of
cotton, fltmr, wheat, corn and Oilier produeo to
himself, Geo. W. Williams, Charleston, S. C., o
Williams, Taylor & Cm, 08 Beaver street, N. Y.
Mu53oy' fc on puid^ilnto. t
ttlti.css-my'lmnd nnd offl 0 i ft *i M S miture this
Oct 8 -dM BmJTON RUSSELL, Otd’y.
G EORGIA, Walker, County—^Two>onths af*
ter dato applientfon will bo mndo to tho
Courtjof Qrdiiniryjof Walker county, for leave to
sell tlic lands beltiigl»jg to the estate of O P
Harris, late of said county, deceased, for tho ben
efit of tho licirs'und crcdltcre.
Oct 8-2ni J; M. KEO.WN, Adrn’r.
G EORGIA, Wallirr. County-Sixty’days af
ter date application will bo made to tho
Court ol Ordinary of Walkor county, Georgia, at
tho first regular term alter expiration of two
months from this notice, for leave to sell the lands
belonging to tho ostuto of Mnrvll Duncan, lato of
said county, deceased, for tho benefit ol heirs and
creditors of said deceased.
Oet. 1. J AM EH 0, WAUDLOW, Adn.’
Salo of Valuable Beal Estate.
IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS & CREDITORS.
W ILL be sold, on thj first Tuesday in Novem
ber neit, before tlio Court-House door in
Dalton, the followinglvnluublo real estate, belong
ing to tho estate of Janies Morris, deu’d, to-wlt:
The largo and valuable Hotel, known as- the
Tibbs House, Dalton, Georgia, adjoining the De
pot grounds and Car 8bou—said ^otcl being
three stories, besidcs*tho basement, containing
four sto.-e moms fronting *nn Hamilton stieet,
besides basement rooms lioiiting Cur Shed, suita
ble for Groceries, Liquors, Hilliard Suloous, &e ,
and 80 rooms nnd upnrtmcnts necessary Ibra first
cluss Hotel. The estimated valuo of the icnts
exceeds $5,000 per annum, and the properly is
becoming moro valuable every day.
It will bo sold subject to a lease held bv. Win.
. Tibbs, wbich will expire 1st day of Hopteiu-
..rTcrins of Bnki, one-third cash,‘balance si^'iirtd
twelve hlonths, with security'and legal..titles re
tainable until'nuiohH8e money is paid.
Also, the following lands, to be sold for ensh:
Notioo. .Trustee’s Sale.
I WILL Hell before tlio Court Houso door in
Ringgold, Catoosa county, on Hist Tuesday In
NnvomW noxt, within the legal hours of sale, tho
following property to-wlt.
One.lot ofland, known ms lot number two, In
tho 11th district, third'section of said county,oou-
mining 100 oetvs more or less. SoHns tho prop
erty of Jesso Brannon and Geergo w. Turner,
teiianU ii\. common, the first owning eight-ninths
dti(! tlio other ono-iiinth. Hold under nnd by vir-
Jiio or an ordor from the Superior Court of said
oounty. for tho purpose of a dividend. Terms
cash. * U. J. RPR AYBERRY, Trusteo
B Y virtue of nil ordcr'of tho Court of Ordinary
of Wnlker county, Ga., will bo sold between
the legal hours bf sale, at tho Court Houso door
ut LuFuyotto, Walker county, Ga., on t)io first
Tuesday lit November ^ficxt, two lota of land No.
108, loth district nnd 4th section, nnd No. 180,
0:ii district, of said county. Lot No. 18U will be
divided equally oust and west, uiul each Imlf sold
separately. Tlio above lio hi ClmtiAitoogu valley;
within 10 miles of Ciuiltunougn. Sold as tlio
property of Edward Howard, deceased, for the
benefit of creditors. Terms: notes’with approv
ed and good securities, duo 15th February next,
u ith Interest from duto, Titles made on payment
of purchase money. Possession for seeding giv
en nt tho usunl tlmo—full possession DoeeuiW
limit. L. C. BLACK, Adrn’r.
G EORGIA, Catoosa Coauty—Whereas, Wil
liam J Whlmitt, administrator of the estate
of M 0 Dyer, Into of said county, deceased, rep
resents to tho Court, in his petition duly filod and
entered on record, that ho has fully administered
on said estate—
This is thorofaro to cite and admonish all per
sons Interested io show cause, if any they can,
within tho tlmo prescribed by Uw, vfliy etters ol
dismisson from said estate should not be grant
ed to said applicaut, Iu April next Given un
der my hand find official signature, this Oetobci
1808. J. M. COMBS, Ordinary,
ter’dHto application will bo made to the Or
dinary of said county, for leavo to Bell tho real
estato of R. L. Swanson Into of said county, de-
can8ed. J, N. MURRAY, Adrn’r.
September 17, 1808—2m.
Admini8trator i *8 Sale.
B Y vlrtuo of an ordor from tho Court of Ordi
nary of Walker county, will bo sold, c
first Tuesday in November next, at tlio Court-
House door of suid county, within the legal hours
of sale, tho following-lots ofland, to wit:
Nos. 202, 270 ami 298, in tho 8th district nnd
4 th section of said county. Terms $500 cash
tho bulaneo on a credit of ono and two years,
with notes nnd good securities. Titles perfected
on payment of purchase nionoy. Hold as the
property of Jessie L. Coppingcr for distribution
among llio heirs.
HENRY F. WHEELER, Adm’i
Dado Postponed Sheriff Sale.
TATILD bo sold boforo the Court-Houso dour in
if Trenton,‘on the first Tuesday In November
noxt, between tho local hours of sale, tho follow
ing property, to wltT
Lot of land XoX&Q,' In tho 10th district and
4 th sectio® or Dado county, levied on ns tho
property of B. M. Wilkinson to satisfy a fi fn is
sued frpm Da'do Superior Court, In favor of John
Owinn vs. Robort Allison nnd M.Nicholas, securi
ty on stay. Property pointed out by A. B. Han
na, Executor. O. L. WILLIAMS, Sheriff.
October 1, 1868—tds.
Bade County.—E. D. Graham hav
ing npplied to mo for letters of administra
tion on the estntb of Richard M. Aycock deceased.
These are tlferefore to oito and admonish all
and slngul r tho kindred nnd creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear nt my ofiico at tho
tlmo prescribed by law, to show cause if any. they
have why said letters should not bo granted.
SepV 17—30d. JAMES E. TAYLOR, Ordy.
QIXTY days after dato application will bo made
O to the Court of Ordinary of Dade county, for
leave to sell tho lands belonging to tho estate of
David Davis, deceuscd.
August 27-OUd. E, D. GRAHAM, Adrn’r.
made to tho Court of Ordinary of Gilmer
couuty, fur leave to sell all the real estate of Ieaao
Johnson, late of said county-deceased, fbr the
benefit of the helm and creditors of said deceased.
A. S. TATUM,
Septcmbqt 10, lfi08-2ui.
Postponed Administrator’s Sale.
B Y virtue of nn order from tho Court of Ordi
nary of Walker county, will.ho 6old on tho
first Tuesday iu November, 1868, at tho Court
llouso door In said county, between tho legal
hours of sale, lot of land No. 7, 26th dist. nnd
3d sec.; also eighty acres of lot No. 8, 26th
dist. and 3d sec. Hold os tlio property of Street
Camp, dec’ll, for the benefit of the heirs. Terms
cash. Sep 24 JAMES H. ROGERS, Adni’
perior Court—Wherns, Snraif Ann Shaw,
suidJStato and county, applies to tlio Ordinary for
letters of administration on the estate of Stephen
Shaw, deceased, lato of said county;
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
nud singular the kindred..ani\ creditors of said
deceased; to show cause, if any they can,* why
suid letters should not bo granted the applicant
on the first Monday iu November, 1868.
Given undor my hatid*and official signature,
tbero being no Court of Ordinary, this Sept. 17,
1868. JAMES H. ROGERS, C. S. C.
G EORGIA, Walker County—^Whereas, M. E.
Rhodes, administrator on the estate of W,
0. Payne, deceived, represents to tho Court in
his application that he has fully administered W.
0. Paynes’ estate:
This is therefore to citq all persons concerned,
kindred und creditors, to show cause, if any they
can, why said administrator should not be dis
charged from his administration, nnd receive let
ters of dismission on the first Monday in Feb
ruary noxt. This July 81, 1868-6in.
T. W. COBB, Ordinnry.
G EORGIA. Walker County—-Wticrcns, Joseph
Hull, administrator on tho
ostate of George
iresents to the Court in his ap-
ins fully admlfiistercti George
£ Mention that ho
This is therefore to clto alt persons concerned,
kindred nnd creditors, to show cause, if an tlioy
can, why said administrator should not be dis
charged from his administration, and receive let
ters of dismission on tho first Monday in Feb-
urary next. TblsJuIvttl, 868-6m.
T. W. COBB, Ordinary.
after date, application will bo mado to tho
Court of Ordinary of Walker county, for leavo
to sell tho land belonging to tho estato of ~
Couch, Into of said county, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors nf 1
Oct 8-2m D W STRANGE, Admr.
49, Mill dl«
Ut!, 2d “
• lli'l, Ififfl “
121,11th 4 .‘
101, llili “
283, llth “
506, 5th “
227; 21 st.“
205,1 Stlit «*
510, lOib “
285, llth “
7, llth “
», 1 Oth. ,r
Pickers county, Gn.
.nv, represents to
tho Court, in Ills petition duly filed and entered
on record, that ho has fully administered Eijiery
This is thoroforo’ta clto all persons concerned,
kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any they
can, why said Administrator should not bo dis
charged from his administration, and receive let
ters of dismission the that Monday in Feb., 1868.
JulyUtMlm. D. W. NEEL, Ordinary.
J date application will be niudo to thu Court of
Ordinary of Gordon county, fur U’are to sell the
lands belonging to the estate of Nicbolo is Muss,
Jr., Into of said county, decea-ed.
August 27-2U1. J. A COLLIN'S, Adm'r.
3d “ Paulding
8d Paulding **
8d “ Cob!) “
4th “ Walker “
4th “ Walker “
4Mi ** Dado *•
4tli “ Dado “
F. B. MORRIS, ) Executors
THUS; MORRIS, J J. Morris, dee’d.
. . Murray Sheriff’s Buie,
W ILL be sold before tlio Court-Housa door in
Spring Place, 011 the first Tuesday in Novem
ber next, between the legal hours of sale, the fol
lowing property, to-vll:
Lota of laud Nos 311 and 812, in the Oth dist.
and 3d section: levied on as the property of Gid
eon J. Garner to suti.-fv one Superior Court fi In
A. M. Norris & Co. vs said Garner, one Justices’
Court 11 fn in favor of A. M. Norris Co. vs W.
II. Thomas uml Gideon J. Garner, and nvo Jus
rites’ Court fi fas in iavur ot C'udbw, McKli./.ie A
Co. va G. J. Gamer. The Justice-’ Court II las
IcvUd and returned to me liv n constable, und
property pqiutcd out by plnintitV's attorney.
Also, the lot o' land 011 wluoh .Thomas T. Mc-
MulUli forme rly Jived, iirthe 8th ;tllstrict of thu
8d section of said county of bjurrty: IcVied on
by F. Vornlmrg, former Deputy .SheriIf, to satis
fy one fi fa Irom the Superior Court of said coun
ty, Louis F. E. Dueas vs (J. W. Waeiwer» prin
cipal, Thomas T. MeMniiln and James Morris,
securities 1111 en sa bond.
Lot of land No. 02, in the 10th district and
8d section of Mumiy county, levied on oath.-
property of Leonard Currouth, a non-resident, l»y
virtue of a Superior Court fi la. E. S. Howell \>.
W. II. Po‘eot—James Poteet, Leonard o’..rrouth
and Laxiuus Poteet, security 011 stay.
Oct. 1—tds NY. S. CALLAWAY, Sheriff.
EABOU A Commission j!oi
iu fiv 8 Onihito Block, Broad Street.
UENRY WEST A CO.->Vholosa!u ^vocerennd
11 ComuiMon merchants, ruHcin.T? ^fr oot -
Atlantn. Henry West—A. J. West!
TAJIKS H. WYLIE—TYlidlesale Grocer and Coin-
u miislrfn Merehnnl, Poaehtred street, Atlanta.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
~^NKYKA N RS—NN'lioicsr 1c aiidTetaiTTica i e r I„
Boots;nnd Shoes, Leather, Calf Skins, and
Shoo Findings ol every description, White-hull
und No. 0 Peachtree street, Atlanta.
Ij? 31. EUDI.EiBA.ti Ji CII—Wliuliisule Bralen. ii.
A. . Hoots, Shoes,Leather, French und Aiuerioati
Cull Skins, Shoe Findings, etc,, next door to
Muor A Mutsh, Dceaturjstrcet, Atlanta.
n II. A A. W. FORCE—Wljolomlo denhre in
VT. Boots und Shoes, Whitehall street, Atlanta.
Sell at New York Prices, freight added.
DRY GOODS, ETC.
MOORE A. juRSII—Exclii.-lvely "wTiol^ale
1*1 dealers Hi Dry Goods,Boots,Slioqs,Hats,Cups
and Notions, agents foi-Tripu Factory goods, He-
eutui r street Atlanta, f Georgia.
CILVY A DOtC.HKRTY'—Wholesale do.de
O Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,Boots,>hocs, Huts
and Notions, corner Peachtree aitd Decatur streets
Whitfield Sheriff’s Sale,
W ILL b'* sold before tho Court-House donr In,
Dalton, Whitfield county, Georgia, 011 the
first Tuesday iu Nov, next, tho lollowing prop
Eighty nercsoflaml, more or Icss^bci|g tlic
West half of lot No. 298, in the 11 th'diit. and fid
sed. of said county: levied on by virtitf of a 11
from Whitfield Inferior Court in favor
Jlooro vs 11. II, Sapp, a deceased non-rfeldenl
ami ns tho properly of said Sapp.
Also, one acre of land In tho Northeast corner
of lot ofland No. 238, la tuo 12th district slid fid
section, it being the lot in the city of Dalton on
which the defendant lives, to satisfy five Justices’
Court.fi fas from the 872d Diet., tt. XL, four In fa
vor of A. M. Norris A Co. vs Chnrles E. Broyles.
Property pointed out by plaintiff, und ii fas lov*
ied nud returned to me bv a constable.
D. W. MITCHELL, Sheriff.
October 8;T 868.
B Y virtue ol an order lioiii the C0t.1t of Ordi
nary of Murray county, we will sell before
tlio .Court-Homo in tho town of Spring P'aeo, nn
tho firai Tuerda) in November next, within the
legal boms of sale, lots of laud Nos* 117, 118
and 07 in tho Oth district of the 31 section of
Murray county. Sold ns the property of A. M.
Turner, deceased,2?>!*the benefit of tht* heirs uml
creditors of said dq^gnse.l. This plneo is known
Us llio A. M. Turnrrwin. ^erpis two thousand
dollars to be paid down, the balance nt 12 months.
Titles made when all the purchase money is paid.
J. I, Me ENTIRE, , .., ,
WEBSTER COFFEY, f Ajm
Sentorabor 17, J808—fOd.
bnum, also keeps |iest stock ol Kronuli.Anior-
lean and German CorseMs, Ladies’ ready made
artirles for uiidor wear, Notions, Hosiery, Lady
omen. Next door to National Betel.
T AYLOR, J. A.—Wholsnlc aim retail dealt*
Drugs, Medicine 1 *,Paints, Oils,Dye-Stuffs,Glass
ware, .^nigieal Instruments, etc., sign of Gulden
Eaglo, comer Peachtree und Decatur streets.
Paints, Oils, Dyo Stull's, etc., uuder National Ho
T 31. A R. C. CLARK—‘Importers nnd dealer* bj
1. Hardware, Cuttlery. Iron, etc. Also agents for
Fairbauks* Standard Hoiks and Knoxville Iron
\Volks, sign t»f*Bjg Pud Lock, Pgaclitreu str
The Beet in l*orth Georgia. .
Watches refrriretl In best style—new JewcU
or neff Wheels, if necessary.
Clocks Repaired nml wm ranted,
JeVvelry mended in best stylo at New Yotk
prices, Gold Pens Repaired.
Wedding nnd Engagement Rings mndo 'to or-
dm; and engrqved us de lved, Society Dodg* •
J Pins furnished tn order.
Spectacles Repaired, and ttmroesiji*!""
sired. Glasses seketyd to suit ages, cnrc-fullv.
nnd on polcntifle principles. A tliurougl’i k.iovvl'
edge of the Scloiieo of Optics, und twen y-fivo
years c-xjwrieneo In the ipcotuclo bu*lne^, m».
* ’ tie to do ail that I pramiio,
ue I’obbjes and Glasses kept alwnya cj; hand.
SECURITY AND SAFETY. -
Be Careful HVtcrc you Leave Your WaUh to It
A grout many Robberies nre being eommitied
all over tlnj country, ami. NN’atch Makers «,re liv-
quenlly robbed* To secure toy Cu-tomcrs, as
well as my.-icif, I b tve a large
Fire ami Dnrrjldr Proof Safe,
In a Vuu.t. All valualiles are put in every ifgl.t,
and the store i** well guarded.
(Infers so tic lu d from everywhere
ti. r. JO ACES,
BUCCESSOU TO 11UUNKTT AND JONES,
Dealer ill all Herts of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoos, Hats,
Will not he Undersold- Yard Stick 30 inchce lout:! t
Alls . BOMU, OA. iy-
A. 0. P1TKKR. II. II. SUIT!/.
l-ITJTEK ft .SJtllTJft,
NVholesjilc and Retail
G roeers and (loin m issioti Merc limits
No. 60 Bread Hire* (,i Pilmr’s Cuncr.)
oetl5 ROME, GA! Ciu
T . .A. STANHBURY, Proprietor, Kome.Cs,
• near tlio Railroad Dop'-t ri d Hjeinii’l>i nt
31.3, J.f. A i.EX A Y HER —Dealer'*in ll nlv.a
oil. curjns.::uAPES, etc.
indow Shades, Mats, Rugs, Curtains, C...
nice, ami all descriflions of House Good.-*, corner
Marietta nud Hrond sweta, Atlanta.
T_F,0RCIA, fllui r.1) toilutj^—T w0nu0111hs a I tcr
dato application wRltHo mado to tho Court
Binary of Murray ctglnty, lor leuvotc sell
of lund numbers 12? and 128 in rite 27ilt
(strict nnd 2d section of said county,.belonging
to the estato of S. O’Neal, doceased, to snUffy a
part of the purohase money. This So|)tembcr 10,
1868. E. H. HOWELL, Admr.
C J.K0RGIA, AVhltfldd Coiftity—NVherens, W.
X J. Hill has applied to me, in ’due form, for
letters of administration on tlio estate of J. W.
Mili, late of snid oounty, deconsed:
This is to cite all persona concerned to show
cause nt my ollico, on tho first Monday iu Novem
ber next, II any they can, why permanent letters
of udministmtiim, on the cstuto of suid deceased,
should not bo grauUid to the applicant.
Oet. 8*-80d W. U. BROOKER, Ord’y.
G EORGIA, AVliIIfidd Connty.—^Whereas, W. R
Ault bos applied to ino for letters of admin
istration, on the estuio of Henry Ault, lute of
said eounty, deceased:
This.is to-clte all persons eonccrnod, to show
cause ht my office on tho'first Monday in Novem
ber no$t, if any they cun, .why permanent letters
of iidiuinistrdtioii on the estate of said deceased,
should not bo granted to the applicant W. R.
Ault, W. H. BROOKER, Ordinary,
October I, 1808—30d
KOR&AV WMtnrld County.—Dnvlii Haw-
kins linving applied to be appointed guar
dian of the persons und property of Georgia A,
William R/firq G, and Mary Craig, minor orphans
of John G. Craig, residenta of suid county:
This is to cite all persons cancerneri to be and
appear at the- Court of Ordinary, to bo held in
and for said, couuty, on the first Monday in No
vember, 1368,’11 ml show cause, if they can, why
said David Hawkins should not be interested with
the guardianship of tho persons nud property of
said orphans. J. P. FREEMAN, Ordinary.
Sept. 10, td
the Court-llouso door in Dalton, on the first
Tuesday in December’next, lot ofland. No 800,
clevonth district, third section, of suid county,
belonging tq the estate of John Broaddrick, loi
the benefit o£hcirs and crcditora.
oct9-40d M. P. BERRY 7 , Adm’r.
G EORGIA, Whitfield Coanty.—Two mouths af
ter dato application will bo made to the
Court of Ordinary of Whitfield county,for leave to
sell the lands of the minor children of T S Swift,
deceased; also 80 acres belonging to the estate of
said deieaBcd, lor the benefit of tho heirs and
creditors of said deceased..
Oct.O-2ra M. M; SWIFT, Adra’x.
G GEORGIA, Murray County—^Whereas, Thos.
Counnlly, udminkti-ntor nil the estate of
Henry Wilson, deceased, applies in duo form of
law for letters dismissory from tho estate of said
These are therefore to cite nnd admonish ull
and singular the kindred and creditors of suid
deceased to file their objections, if any thov have,
r before the Nov. Term of the Court of Or
dinary, to be held on the 1st Monday iu Nov.
next, otherwise letters will bo granted the nppli
Givon undor my hnrnl nnd official signature this
30th dav of April, 1868.
ANDEUSON FARNSWORTH, Ord’y,
G EORGIA, Blnrray County—Whereas, 1
Howell, administrator on the estate of P. C.
Howell, deceased, applies in-duo form of law for
letters dismissory from tlio estate of snid dee’d :
There nro therefore to eito and admonish nil
nnd singular tlio kindred nnd creditors of said
deceased to file their objections, if anv they have,
on or before tlio November Term 61 tlio Court of
Ordinnry to bo held in said county on the first
Monday'in November noxt, otherwise said letters
will bo granted the applicant.
Given under toy hand und official signature,
May 20th, 1868.
6m* ANDERSON FARNSWORTH, Ord’y.
A LL persons nre hereby notified not to trade
for or purchase a certain promlsory note,
executed by nio for the sum of One Thousand
Dollars, to ono S. A. Porter, in the month of
March last, and duo twelve months after tho dnto
thereof, with Interest at ten per cent, from duto
of said note, as the consideration for which
tho samo was given ling failed.
Oct. 1—4t, . W. S. CALLOWAY, Sheriff
W. LDFFMAN. R. J. M’CAMY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
8PR1NQ PLACK, GEOROIi
E Y vlrtuo of an order of the Honorable Court of TT7 ILL practice In the courts of the Gherokeo
Ordinary of W bitfield county.rwill sell before W 01
ir. 1 r. GiODEjrs,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
8PRINO PLACE, OKOUOIA,
W ILL practice In tlio Cherokee Circuit and
givo special attention to collecting and
securing claims. murl94jan
Dr. E. O. Staif'ord
R ESPECTFULLY tenders his Professional ser
vices to the eitlsens of Murray and adjacent
counties. All Diteaee* peculiar to Femalet, nnd
Chronic Diseanet of every description treated.
Offio at the r6*klenos of Mrs* Humphreys’, near
Hawkins’store, Rock Creek, Murray county.
;olivmiL [n. dforAUDAiL.
OLIVER & WAUDAIL,
•VST* jSl ii: 3EKEX O TCT13 311
Cot'ncr Alabama and Forsyth Sire., Atlanta, Ga.
t3T AnKNTS for Mariktta Papkii MiLL—keep
1 sizes lMnting and Wrapping paper on hand,
at lowest'tliorket prices. [August 6-0tn.
WHITE it WHITLOCK, Proprietors,
[NKARKST UOCKK TO Tills PASSKNOKR 'HKPOT^-
W. D. If r xley Chrk.
TTAVING agnin leased and renovated the
Tl- above Hotel, wc nre prepared to entertain
guests iii a most satisfactory manner. Charges
fair nnd moderate. Our effort will bo to pleaRO.
CSF'Buggngo carried to ami from thti Depot
reo of charge.
J. N. B. Cobb,
H AVING determined to resume his profession
ns n Tailor, tenders his services to tho.pub
lie, and asks to *«hni-o n portion of their patronage.
Hu feels confident, from past experience, that
the public can bo us well served in his lino in
Dalton, ns elsewhere.
£gTHo will be in constant receipt of the lat-.
ist fashions, to enable him compete with th
best workmen.in his business. >
Grover & Baker Sewing Machines.
In addition, I have become the agent of tho
world-renowned Grover & Baker Hewing Ma
chines, tho best in use . Persops^vishing to.pur
chase a first cluss Machine (Mado so by calling
at my Shop on King Street,^ilton, Ga., where
the Maebino is in successful operation,
Y 7 ou win buy your Machine «.-» cheap from J.
N. U. Cobb ns at the Manufactory, fail mid ex
amine thu Machine lor yourself.
I nlso have for sale family right** for Jaokson’4
Universal Washing Compound, which saves soap
and labor, and will wash inuny kiudof lime wa
ter equal to freestone water.
gSf'I’uraliy Rig[i only One Dotlur. Purchase
one if von want wlnte clothes.
Feb! 28- ly.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
Fiu’o. Drugs and Jfedicincr,
At "Tutt'* Old Stand—Etftabliehed iu 1840.
T HE undersigned Is prepur.ed and dully offering
eve ytliihg in the Dnig line
AT NASII Vlf.LE prices!
The stock is large and will nlyrtiys ho kept full
ol (ho best Medicines. Piiinraf Oils, Dye-stalk.
Window (»lass,Perfumeries,Toilet Honps,Hruslicf,
CoinUs; etc., t*i be found in the Eastern innil;«'l*.
* Don’t fail to visit tho UWi.'Htnnd, sign of tlio
Golden Mortar. „•
Mr. J. G. Rawlings, formerly wjjh B. F. Tull,
tho oldest Druggist and Prcsciiptlonkt in tla’
city, will he on hund at all times to servo his cU
9111 new customers. t .
Physicians will find it tp their -intlTest to gh’u
me a call. I only nsk an examination of my go«*b
nn*l pricos, feeling assured I will able to please
all. A>. t\ .mCOllliEE.
jul2-6m 123 Market Street, Chattanooga, Tcnn.
TIIOS. WKDSTKR. R. MANN-
THE Proprietors nre prepared to manufacture all
A kinds of jnnchinoiy uiedin this country, u.-*
Sfalionnry and Htcnmhont Engines and Hollers,
Blast Furnace, M4uing nnd Mill Machinery, td
every description; nlso Rnilrond, Bridge, anil b ; I
other kinds of Iron and Brass Oustings: fiieaiu
Gungos nnd Gas Pipe Fittings alvjyiys on liiind.
Hppcial contracts mado for ’nrge quantities nf
CnstiffgR. Brass and Copper taken In exuhnnga
for Castings.- THOS. WEBSTER & CO.
~C\ T. Wilcox,
Grocer and Provision Dealer,
! " FIIESII AND CANNED FRUITS,
Staple Groceries, nt Lowest SInrket Prltesf.
251 Maj'kct Street, Chattanooga, 7et\n.
A TTACUED to this'establishment is u first cla«
il Bakery, at which orders for Wedding or otbif
suppers are filled ut short notice,
Special attention given to buying and setii*?
jul2-6m Country Produce.
J. N. B. OOBB.
J. S. Ellxpatrieh,
HOUSE, SIGN AND DECORATIVE
Paper Hanger. Glazor uni
A LL.work.entrusted to him will be executed
with neatness nnd dispatch. Shop, upstalre
io King building. Dalton, Georgia.
Refers to W. M. & R. J. Lowry, Fains & Far-
rot, Atlanta; Lowry & Eason, Tibbs, Keener
Co., Dalton; Whitman & Yarncll, Riqgggld., jyl
Ucyicood $ G alias an,
Groceries, Bouts ami Shoes. Ilnvdsvnrc, CotClerf.
QneeusM are, and all kinds of I'roduce,
Curner Oth nml Market Sh oots;
Patton ft Payne,
Eooksellers' and Stationers,
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., t ,
K EEP eonKtniUly on hand a complete stock01
School Rooks, Stationery. Wall Paper- ett *
which they offer rat wholesale or retail, ut Kustrt
Orders by l receive pronipt nttenri 1 ' 11 -
A. L. MILIAR, PROPRIETOR
TWENTY RODS FROM PASSKNOKR DKP0T,
Railroad ijV^tn^o, between 8th r.nd 9th Sirecl-S
CHATTANOOGA^ TENN. '
Vprms—$2.0ft per dny^_ Single meals 60o^J
J. L. M, ERWIN,
HOUSE OABPUNTER AND JUINBBi
TjrOHK worrnntodtoglvosatlsfaclloii, Shop*
\V old Methodist Church building.
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