That Tire Company Again.
It is not our policy to make too frequent
allusion or to have too much to say upon
ally particulr subject, but as a local
scribbler, and one who has at heart and
watches the iotercets of our prosperous
town, even though we may sometimes iu
ettr the displeasure of a few, or having
once failed to bring those interested to a ;
sense of their duty or danger, as the case j
may be, we may have to strengthen and.
repeat the effort, we feel it, nevertheless, j
our duty to guard the welfare of our
community at large, and make such sug- j
gestions or comments as, in our humble
opinion, will tend to protect or enhance
the interests of our people.
Several weeks ago we inquired wheth
er “Stonewall Fire company” was still in
existence, and not having heard of its j
holding a meeting or appearing for cxc.r- i
eise with the t ngine upon our streets for
several months previous, advanced the |
I opinion that the aforesaid organization |
had “played out,” and suggested that !
the engine, etc., be turned over to the No- ;
groes, as they would take some interest j
and pride in the entci prise and would
make efficient firemen.
A few evenings after we had made the :
inquiry and suggestion referred to,
“Stonewall Fire Company” turned out j
jin full force —thirteen members being ,
; present —and with the assistance of out- j
riders, (some of whom were colored) sue- !
I eeeded in raising a stream. And this is .
| the last we have seen or heard of “Stone- .
; wall Fire Company ”
After we have had another fire and !
HHF -vt.l Churyed with
Wt* Mary Patman.
I ''mlwre-l that in Soptom- j
ran account of tbo cruel
(">-t committed upon
it was believed by
Inringthe first week's
w* curt a t rue bill was
p. §M ’rgo Hu'.in, George
jFo!«rt Duncan, for as
••••£•; murder, they being
Hu Tues.layof th> week
MT for trial, and as the
1 ey wore not able tuem
ei-.ut appointed for
'A'. A. bane, the
■fipTiynj-' K ie_'s
■JTo. Gr.llaher appeared
■&Y prim >p:il witness in
tptjp • and tie thief prison-
parties who eatne to j
and knocked her
she become in
‘ ‘i : ■ 'n
.■ ;ilt• 1 In-r i } t: •
at the time it hap
■ tle bewilderment and un-
Brifluced by the blows in-
H®et shew#* very distinct
Bolide upon her and very
BjkTiseaors at the bar wore
re serving w;th
-ini n lid, in*
HR :n.l . ..ndueted the
BHBiliiv. At the sane
Vie . .
against them, who
■ accord Dies.- g, ntlemen
■is justly due them both
■fearlessness with which
■K right duo the prison
|fl| elmss and i •■nshle-a
gf|y for the prosceu
otild have been ex-
thousands of dollars worth of property!
have been destroyed, (and we know not j
how soon it may be,) another meeting
will probably be held and the engine rub
The money of the property owners and
tax payers of Quitman has paid for this
engine and other flreinanie eqnippages, :
and they are entitled to the benefit of its
active and efficient use, and it is the duty
of the Town Council to see that they re
ceive it. If they cannot get “Stonewall
Fire Company” to run this machine, it is
their duty as representatives of those
who elected them to office and whose
money they have invested for the alleged
purpose of protecting property, to turn
t over to those who mill run it, or if
necessary, to offer such indueemenU to
the negroes as will indued hem to take an
interest in the matter. IV’iW th ydo it!
KAYTOVS NEW YORK STOKE open again
in Qninmin, w ith pro. :, lower liiau since
the war. Call and he seii
Timid.—A young man in Quitman
wo*-deputized on la t Tuesday afternoon
to go into the country and “level” on a
yoke of oxen, by virtue of the I'.-n law.
Accordingly, the sturdy brace of bovine
were cttsly captured, and the young offi
cial proceeded to drive Item into town.
Nothing to cause detention or worthy
of mention occurred on the way, until,
as the embarrassed driver approached,
he viewed the lofty church spires. Doubt
less this reminded him of his sweefheait,
and of teasing rivals, as he pictured in his
imagination the aspect he and his sloih
ful team would present creeping “down
Broadway,” and as the reflecting faeo of
that day’s sun was already “half-faced”
by the Western horizon, he caine to a
halt and waited for the dark.
DRY (Jeml*, (Nothing. Hhoes. (J roc'-ric o .
at low prices, ai Kr r i-..\Y New Volts .S net
“/>ro/.s“ and the Vomity School
Thwcontfo i-Prhj which Lass hern going
on in the columns of theBANNKR between
these two con espondents for tome thne
past, we have no doubt, has been observ
ed w ith interest If many of our readers,
and wo would be glad to have the sub
ject of Public Schools and tbo Public
School System discussed further, but ve
will be compelled to reject the article we
j received from “Brooks” this week in re
ply to that of the Commissioner in in our
j last. It is Well written, argumentative
i and contains some good and original
| ideas, but all these favorable qualities
i are destroyed by the frequent intersper
! sion of epithets. We object to nothing
[in the way of force, that a eon-repondent
i can give his productions, provided he
Ldoes not employ venomous or abusive
■phrases, wh'fh, in our opinion, spioils
Kny amount of beautiful language or ar-
that may accompany it.
Ks “Brooks” desir-s to see his eloquence
he me. t ;k t \it late :! by p refix
many odious adjectives to the
■ . r tith-s es whh-li lie tm.y !•••;
use, or cbe charge liis Base.
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a clean re
».|d j fVU* 'Ft
kSA all bat 11* S must
■£?« Mtpjvr the jiiiy re
.-Hike up their ter
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MhSB ' r ! ertd
pBHS "\\ e tin jury i'll.-!
fga V.'-- | -. :... ids
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nfl - Mi list it /■*.
w.-ir first t ntertail
!s§|l and. at Kt\ t. ti’s Hall,
1 c Ikiiubi idge snlTe--
j&GI cm and a] piveia- j
weii .-lit. named.
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Jirools Superior Court-Judge Han
The adjourned term of Brooks Superi
or Court met ou Monday, the Ist inst.,
His Honor Judge’'Hansell presiding.
After an excellent and impressive charge
to the Brand Jury the Judge proceeded
with the regular business of the Court.
Very few lawyers from a distance were
present, and we thought there appeared
a general disposition both by lawyers
and clients to slide over cases without |
trying them. The only ease of much in
terest tried up to the time of this writing
was that of the State vs. George Hulin,
George Washington and Robt. Dnuean,
charged with the offence of assault ( with
intent to murder, of which we give ac
count of elsewhere.
The court is progressing quietly and
pleasantly. Judge I lan sell does not.
press business quite so vigorously per
haps as some Judges, but he is one of
the most agreeable men to practice under
we ever met w-th. Ho is a lino lawyer,
a dignified presiding officer, and a cour
teous and phasaut gentleman. It does
not seem to be his highest ambition to
display his talent for a police officer by |
watching every opportunity to catch j
some unwary fellow who may have inad- j
verteutly committed a slight, iudeseretion, j
and then amuse him by depleting his,
finances to tie extent •of five, ten or j
twenty dollars, but without any exhibi
tion of pettishness, he preserves the good ;
order and dignity of the Court by the:
respect and esteem ii# which he is held j
by the citizens. We rather think he ’ac
complishes about as much as those who
are more fussy to hurry tin matters, and
we are satisfied that what, is done is done
much more satisfactorily.
P HEAT bm-eiiiis. . in i;< *n..<ls full stock at
VX K.VY'i'OVS NEW YORK .STORE.
Ruinations of a Conn fry Editor,
Caused by llceent Incidents.
Poti'SNiiss s- To invite a gentleman!
who lives in the country to dine with you
to-morrow, and notify him not to bring
his dinner, and on the morrow to tel 1 him
you had concluded to take dinner with a.
neighbor and would not be at home
TiiOOOHTi.KSKNiiSS To invite your
B.e’ghbo r , with whom a eoneriy gen
tlemen expects to take d.one's, to dine
with yon, and make no provision
I'< c the country friend, thus leaving
him to ivhel his appetite uutiFsupper.
C .ftvßitNEns To meet a friend from
the count v who had missed his di met
and who wanted to stay in town to hear
the Amatol' • Mhiri.vrris at rbght, end take j
lrm home with you, g : vo him a good I
capper ir-d a he:: "fy vvoleome, and turn j
him lot sn ; o go to the conceit in good !
bun-orv. llh “ail..be world and the balance j
‘'£'*S7IITIV you wan I hoo<l iro'nl-' at low ]inoop.
V V call ;il KAV’l't i.\’B NKvV VOKIC STORK
Vick’s Ft,ohm, Ovttpt.-We have re
ceived the January number of this excel
lent periodi. al, published qmt' terly by
the champion florist of the world, Janies
Vick, of Fori- sf.-r, N. V. We consider
The Gunn: invaluable and indispensible
to all well iegulate.l families, either in
the city or country. It, contains valua
ble information concerning everything
I connected with the yard o - garden, and
that, too, of a character altogether neg
lcetcd by other ji.'riodicalg of the day.
j Vou can become a subscriber to Tuts
| Guide by purchasing garden or flower
! seeds from the proprietor to the amount
of SI.OO, or for 25 cents per annum. Ad-
I dress James Vick, Rochester, N. Y.
1' TtINE all wool (’le-iimcre Vests for men only
’ $1.75 at (J.izi.\‘» Cheap Casu Store.
More Street Lamps.— In addition
to tlm thirty-odd si reet lamps erected by
our City Fathers in the eariy part of
| the summer, lbs Stieet Committee was
author.zed at the last meeting ol
! Council to have six more made and sta
| tinned at such places as they considered
j them most needed. We are glad to see
| that, a post has been planted in front of
i the BAKitsa office, and hope to see it or
i namented with a lamp before another
| dark night, in order that wo may avoid
j another ouch fall and shin-brusing as
j we experienced one mght last week.
I Fr.EBT. —When the Sheriff of Brooks ,
j county can’t stop a runaway prisoner by |
j shooting at him two or three times, he
\ takes after him and mns him down, j
Adam Sc tt, a bold and daring negro,
j who was in the charge of Sheriff Thrash
! er for stealing cotton the other day, at
! tempted to make his escape by running,
but John, after firing three shots at him,
took after and recaptured him inside a
three-quarter’s heat. That much good
for having a Sheriff who runs well, pro
vided he is like John —never retreats.
Peksonai. —We were pleased to meet
incur sanctum yesterday, Capt. Richard
Johnson, representing the firm of John
IV. Andersen’s Sons,of Savannah, whose
| card has a standing place in the columns
;of the Banner. Besides being a clever
and reliable gentleman, the Captain is
| connected with a good and substantial
| house, and we commend him to the con
j fidence of our people.
I The Best one bale common upland
| cotton exhibited at the Savannah Fair
j was raised in Brooks county, near Q.uit
-1 man, by Mrs. K.e Lei E. Bowel.
" 1 . 1 ".^ 111 11
The December number of YVbon’s
llousEitoi.D MAoaeinb is replete with
good reading—entertaining sketches,
stories, poems, &c., <Se. Its table of con
tents embraces the following articles: “A
Better Country,” Mary Hartwell; An
Engineer's Yarn, Albert Williams, Jr.,
Our Party at Sea, Rev. J. S. Breckin
ridge; Two Enthusiasts, H. M. Lewt.ral;
Presence of Mind, Rev. F. W. Holand;
Our Babies, D. A. Gorton, M. D.; .Blessed
ness of Riches, Sonoroon; Ilans Doodle
dee, Rudolph Mentel; installment of Max
KTomec,'author of Jessica’s First prayer;
Codfish and Potatoes, Chapter 11, by
Eleanor Kirk; Misery Jippeau, Chapter
VII, VIII, by 11. V. Osborne. In a.D
itioiqto these articles are several pretty
poems, a charming little Cottage Design,
and editorial departments embracing Our
Housekeeper, Correspondence, Literary
Notices, Laughing Stock, Ac. &c. The
engraving for this month is entitled “ Old
All the above for only one dollar per
year- or with chronio Yosemith one
dollar and a half. Address,
Wood’s Household Magazine,
Newburgh, N. Y.
A House Sthno nr Bees —Fatal Re
sult. An exciting incident took place
at the house of Mr. Andrew Jackson, :t
1 worthy German citizen, who lives near
Retreat, Virginia,one day last week. It
I appears that a horse bad been turned
| loose in Mr. Jackson’s yard for the pur
I pose of grazing. The horse chanced to
j upset a stand of bees, which at once set
jto stinging the poor animal most furl
| eusly. The sharp sting of the bees soon
i made the horse frantic, and, seeking pro
i teetiou of his master, he ran into the
j luiusc among the members of his family,
turned over a cradle in which lay a child,
! the child being knocked nearly across
!t he room. The horse next knocked down
i and stamped to death a little girl some
i eight, or ten Years old. and then ,rnn out
! into the yard and dropped dead,-- Frank
lin ( Va.)3fcmiU>r ,
Mid-. Christina McKinnon, wife of John C.
McKinnon, and daughter of the Info Roderick
.Mclntosh, deceased, was horn oh the 4th day of
l.'vvT, and died of onsuniption, at the
residence of her mother in Quitman, on the 2<sih
day ot November, 187.1.
Sister McKinnon cmbiaced religion and join
ed the Presbyterian church in the year 1801
From that day until her death she remained
steadfast in the faith. Two or thr**e years ujr«>
she became a eonfmned invalid, by lhat insidi
ous disease, consumption. Day by day she was
conscious that the “outer man was perishi.ig,’*
and although at times her sufferings were in
tense, she bore them with chrtaifhn fortitude,
uncomplainingly. Murmuring at (lod’s provi
dence w.is no pru tof her experience. With pa
tient endurance and humble submission she met
tlie duties of life, ipuli/.ing that whatever befell
her piulni ay, “it. was u father’s hand that pre
sented the cup, and what Ho wills is best.”
Her test itnony'of the goodness of (iod was clear
and distinct -no uncertainty about it. Flic was
ready when the Master called. About half an
hour before she passed away, while loving
friends were standing round, and when tliepow
er ot ar.iculalioii was almost gone, the writer
asked her if she still felt the Savior near? She
responded "yes. ’ This word was among her
last sot n t’heveaf:er “she jell on sleep.” and
her happy spirit went homo to Him who gave it.
She leaven a husband and one child, with a wid
owed mother and a large family connection to
mourn her loss. May tl.ey meet her beyond the
grave. ' S. S. Swept, j
QUTTMA V HKIAIL PRICKS CUPP KM.
ComtKCl'El) EVERY WEEK.
[The quotations are baaed entirely on cash trans
Bacon *. 17ft 1b... JO H
Butter (loslien uft lb. .. 30 (<s, -10
Country r|ft lb. . . 25 (to, 35
Candles |jjft lb. . . 20 25
Cheese talb... 18 ($ 20
Coffee Rio fjA lh. . . 25 (/$ 30
Corn j'jft bush (10
Crackers.... 'jo, lb. . ll\ (ty 20
Kggs (ift doz . (ip; 20
Flour— Nupertine bo, bbl . 850 (ip, 900
Family bbl . 10 (a), 12 00
(i ill get’ |p. Ib. .. (ti); 40
I Bird JUb. .. 121© 13
(>\ steps jo, can . 1 k>(cb, 25
Ib-aeheK |]> can . (4 25
Dickies I fijar. 26 (4 4«»
DotaU*es - Irish ]r), bush 2 00 (4
Sweet hush (4 - r )f)
Dowder p lb. . . 40 Up, 60
Dntusli ‘ft). Ih. . . 20 (4 25
Rice fUh... 10 (4 11
RaisiriM..., rl lb. . (4
.Salt, 'jft sack, 2 00 (4 2 25
Soap j) ft». . . 6(4 15
Sugar i .... ’,•) lb. . . 10 (4 15
Syrup B gal.. (4 * r >o
Soda f). tb.. 12 (4 15
Shot-.... p 40(4 15
Starch pit)... 12(4
'l'obacco good article.. |> ft»... 50(4 1 00
; Vinegar jft'gal . (4
Low Middling 12^-
Good Ordinary 12
Low Middling 14}
(food Ordinary 14
Af IKORGI V. BROOKS COUNTY. -On the
first Tuesday-ill Janaa y next will be’‘old
i before the Courtßouse door in Quitman in said
county, within the legal hours of sale. Lot of
; Land No. 521 in the 9th District of Brooks toun
i iy. said lot containing "490 acres, more or ’ess.
Sold pgreeable to the Court of Ordinary of said
I county as the property or \\ in Folsom, deceas
ed, for the benefit of the heirs of •*ai(l deceased.
I Terms, one-third cash and the balance »n notes
| due .January Ist, 1875. Bond for titles given
i and titles made when the notes are paid.
\V. R. KYALSr [ Adm’rs of
C. TV. RYaLS, f Win. Folsom.
December 3, 1873. 45-4 t 1
W ''^til'll 5J
GOLD A XT) SIIVKP WATCHES, SPJDTAf I.KS, CLOCKS.
HOLD PENS. SPOONS AAD TOPICS
SI Jr VEK CASTORS , CUTLKP Y.
PISTOLS A ND C.A PTPIDGES, GAME PA GS.
SHOT IiKLTS , PO WDEP TL t SEN, <f v„
Ha.s just received bis FALL AND WINTEK STOCK, every tiling to
be found in a First-Class Jewelry Establishment.
9 TSi 22 S JSt XSN *l2r
On Wa’chcs, rTockp,•Jewelry, Guns and Fjetols done with neatness and dispatch, and satisfac
A<ient tor Sinner Hewing Machines•
W. E. EAKNES,
» Quitman, Ga M October Ist, 1873. TO-ts
1 CUOlil' RA IN CHINA.
At.Most Kvkhv Case Cm;i> With
! Dear Sirs : During a residence of some ten
years in Siam and China, as a missionary, l
found your Fain Killer a most valuable remedy
for that fearful scourge the Cholera
In administering the medicine l found if most
effectual to give a tea spoonful of Rain Killer in
a gill of hot water sweetened with sugar ; then,
after about fifteen minutes, begin to give about u
tablespoonful of the same mixture every few min
utea until relief was obtained Apply hot appli
cations to the extremities. Bathe the stomach
with the Pain Killer, clear and rub the limbs
briskly. Ot those who had the Cholera, and
took the medicine faiihlully. in the way stilled
above, eight out often recovered.
Hkv 'r. TFLFORD. Missionary to China.
Dear Sins i During a long residence in China
l have used your valuable Pain Killer, both in
my own family and among Lite Natives, and have
found it a most excellent medicine. In the Sum
mers of I#‘2 and 1863, while residing Shanghai,
I tound it an almost, certain cn.io for cholera, it
used in time. Indeed, using it in a great many
instances, Ido not, remember failing in a single
case. For more than three years I have been
residing more than fifty miles from a
physician, and have been obliged often to tall
upon my own resources in cases ot sickness.
The natives come to us in great numbers lor
medicine and advice. Though without medical
knowledge ourselves, the few simple remedies
we can command, are so notch tn advance even
of their physicians* I hat we have almost, daily
applications. We allow them to come, because
it briusrs tts in contact with them and opens a
door of usefulness. In diarrhea, colic, vomiting,
cholera, coughs* etc., your Pain killer has been'
my chief medicine. Yours, very truly,
Rev, T i*. OILV.WFOKP. Tungehow, China.
Those using Pain Killer should strictly observe
the following d ; tec. ions:
At the Commencement of the disease take tea
gpoonful of Pain-Killer, in sugar and water,
and then bathe freely across the stomach and
bowels with the Pain Killer clear. Should the
diarrhea and cramp continue, repeat’the dose
everv (iltoen minutes. In this way the dreadful
scourge may be cheeked and the patient relieved
in the com so of a low hours.
N. B. - Be sure and get the genuine article:
and it is recommended by those who have used
the Pain Killer for the cholera, that in extreme
eases the patient take two (or more) teaspoon
fuls instead of one.
The PAIN KILLFRis sold by all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
JTfr Prieo. 5 and 50 cents and si.
2? i: RRV DA VJt S & SON.
Manul's A Prop's - 136 High, si , Prov.. 11. I.
Goods at Cost.
Until further notice is given I will sell my
goods at cost for cash.
Quit man, Ga., Nov. 12 th. 1873. t(
Special Notice I
GOODS SOLD AT PANIC PRICES!
DFSIRJNG TANARUS() CONVKPT OUR GOODS IN
TO CASH as speedily as possible, we offer
them at reduced prices for Cash or Cotton.
Come and try us.
Owing to the great pressure upon us at t ..is
time, we urgently call upon ilio. c of our Mends
who are indebted to us. to e mm to our aid with
buCh means as will help to pay debts.
Wo will take cmM itieates of deposit, of the Ha
vannah Bank and Trust Company.
PA INF & II ALL.
October 23, 1873. 3in
Notice of Dissolution.
rjniiij OOrARTNHRSUII* existing between
it ms is this buy dissolved by nuitmil consent,
W. E. liui lies will settle the utiiiirs of Ibe drill
W. K HARNES,
T. J. MVJNU.SiON.
Ouitman, Gu., Noveniber Lilt. 18711.
jr KESPKOTVVI.LY tnlnrtn my old enstotners
H and die public generally ttmi 1 sluill coitiit,-
iip the Jewelry biisiness, it! the Old Stand, ami
polieit. your patronage. I shall keep eons'antly
(,n hand a good sloe 1 ! of Gold and Silver Amer
ican and Swi s w atches, ('locks of all sizes and
prices, Jewelry of every tlee-ription, including
I,miles’ and M'isses’ Eels, l iu:; ■' Kiltgs <>f every
size,, style ami price. 11l aeelets and a very large
slock ot Silver Ware, sttcli as Cups. Canters.
Spoons and 1- orks, K nive. el several kinds, t ake
Cask els, Rutter Hishe , -in short;, I shall keep
every thing kept hi a (iist-cbss Jewelry Ksiab
W. E. BARNES.
I. I HAlDlt
Tta. and ’ SB <tl 3
BOOTS & CEDES?
QUITMAN, : : •• • GA.,
DKSIRhJt TO NOTIFY lii- friends ami the
public generally that lie is now I mated on
Screven street, one door Kasl ofj.ll. 1-inct), in
the hnilding tonnerly oeimpiad by J. 1L 1-d*
mondsen. with a complete nssorlmcnt ol I'ttntilv
Groceries. l»rv Goods, Notions, Ac., consisting
llacou, Canned Goods,
Dress Goods, Dome sirs,
Prints, Notions, Ac., "Ait.
All of which he proposes tn sell cheaper than
the cheaneat. for the Cash. The highest mareket
prices paid for Country Produce,
Thank Ini lor mv-l favors, a continuance of
custom is solicited.
F. R. HARDEN.
Quitman, Ga., October 17, 18711. ‘l7-Uni
Stationary and Portdblu H virn Engines and
Boiler, Gray J H Anti-Friction Cotton Press. Cir
cular Gang and Malay Saw Mills; Portable and
Stationary Flouring Mills. Sugar Cane Mill.i and
Sugar Pans, Narrow Gauge Locomotives and
Dummy Engines for street roads and mining
purposes new and second-hand Iron and Wood
Working Machinery of every (h’rci ip? ion. A’t'iid
for circular. WASHINGTON IRON W ORKS.
COVescY Street, NeW York.
Would respectfully inforiil the public that ho has ou Jiantl a large and coinplot«
Dry Goods, *
Boots and Shoes,
Ladies’ and Mens’ Hats,
Fancy and Family Groceries. 4
Also a lift go assortment of fine- SICGARS, TOBACCO and LIQLtIRs. all ol which will be sold
in very low prices.
Me rs C. O. MOVE and J. T. HURST will be glad to see their friends at the CWp r asb
Stiuc nl ’ \ .Til v,\ GAZAN.
Quitman, Ga., October ft, 1873. 4 1- .bn
©IQQIBaEt E3§aiia , D!DD33f > .
C?uiii;ics3LEa.33., s : s
Can now bo had at this house by
CAS PJST IS!
Our Fall an 1 Winter Stock of Goods is complete, mvisteinjrof
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Linen Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions,
Beady Made Olothin;.', Hats in groat variety, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
Crockery, Ginspvare, Ac., &c. Also, a very good ausortuieut of
s m ©iton ©m©' am ua®.
We have just received a large supply of
Georg-*:! FSosia* ami Coliis2iS>m« .‘cans,
which w« me ncllinjr very Ghcttp fur Cush.
Person*. Indebted lu us tire e-irm«lly requested to come fnrwnsd nnd settle their a coo m»».
The hitrhest nmrkei prices nliuwed for Cotton and other Produce.
October Ist, 1873. (40-fim) S. D. EDMONDSON.
iw PJplr MBPIPEftMS VliiaOiSK.
JNO. W. PKETW.CLL. v ' T ' r - N. NICHOLS.
Fretwell & Nichols,
Paper Bags, Cotton Flour Sacks,
Twines, Book and Newspaper Inks,
Letter and Note Papers, Envelopes,
Straw and Manillla Wrapping Paper,
Fens, Pencils, Blank Books,
Receipt and Pass Books, Mucilage, &c.,
ISO IS AT STKB'ISiT,
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Orders I’ilSrtl JErcmpth/.
FRETWELL N NiCIIOLS.
first Pi-f’iai'mm Auaulrd nt j FiiM ! r i < isi <.u .? g i-iciPtn al if*
Georgia Pair al Thonia ville. | Mccliami ai l a.i ai bavannaln
mm millEakd pass.
MCDONOUGH & BALIANTYNKS
mow AND BRASS PGCTD3HS,
p-'-iiresNarnjc <o, -~z. a
IJftTF W<«.-LD TNKt i(7\f OITI* PATUONS tkat we have n full elmk t.f mm popular Sugar
¥ V • MIGI.S ami PANS, which tire lecoftmended by at: who |;nve " orketl lie m.
" ARCrSSTSCTURAL LICK Y/CLKS.
We lmvu tmi'le ;t speciality 01. ami uvi: prepared to fill orilmr ti.r 1 fur Store* and
Line linjuq Verandah... tmtceuntl Ceme'erv litiilinp*. of I In; fittcrl thfigat ui Nuribem I’rieea.
All kilt sir: of Iron anti Ilia GASi INGB made at tiivil ttytipe. aeptJj-ti