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FARMERS IN COUNCIL.
tii i■: ( o.v j ns rw sat a tea yta
A Resume of the Entire Business.
From tin* Advorilnor-lt.'imtilicsn.]
The Patrons of Husbandry and farm
ers of the Cotton States met in Atlanta,
last Tuesday. About one hundred and
fifty delegates were present. Rev. I). E.
Butler was chosen temporary chair man,
and J. J. temporary Secretary.
The afteMtui proceedings ware de
voted to a discussion of the question of
Direct Trade. Several speeches were
made, and among them some that were
The convention refused to memorialize
the Legislature for a repeal of the lien
In the evening permanent officers were
chosen as follows :
President- D. E. Butler. Georgia.
Vice-Presidents Dr. H. R. Cos ole,
South Carolina; 8. J. Harrington, Ala
bama; L. Russell, Tennessee; M. F. Per
ry, Mississippi; G. W. Evans, Georgia.
Secretary J. D. Wadd; J. J. Toon,
E. Heyser, assistants.
The Committee on Business reported :
That it is the policy of cotton planters
to utilize the value of cotton as much as
practicable, first to manufacturing as
large a portion as possible of the staple
and the balance to sell direct to the man
• Resolved, That we recognize the moral
obligation and wise policy of employing
all practicable means to cancel existing
debts,* and that, the creditor manifest for
bearance, and that the debtor exhaust all
available resources (o respond to Ihe
claims upon him.
Resolved, That we advise cotton plan
ters now embarrassed with debt to seek
the most favorable terms with their cred
itors as to the salo of their cotton, and
suggest direct shipment., with advances
on hills of lading, and furthermore that
• creditors hold a lien on the cotton for
Resolved, That we respectfully request
our Representatives in Congress to have
the cotton tax refunded, and that it be
paid to tbe producer.
The first, and second resolutions were
* Tbe third resolution was amended by
Striking out all after the words ‘‘and sug
gest,” and adopted.
Thu following was adopted:
Resolved, That this convention, through
its President, do petition Congress to so
modify the existing patent laws at their
approaching session, as hereafter to re
quire all articles covered by a renewal of
patent to bo sold by the patentee at not,
more than 25 per cent, abovo cost of
On Wednesday the Business Commit
tee made tbe following
Whereas, The Southern States possess
vast mines of coal and iron, for .need of
proper development, and now useless,
and consequently valueless; and
Whereas, The miner must he fed and
elothed as well as the manufacturer, ren
dering the farmer, the manufacturer and
the miner mutually dependent on each
other, and every aid given to one of these
branches of industry is mutual iu its
Resolved, That wo look upon tbe devel
opment of tbe coal and iron interests of
our section as a matter demanding not
only tbe attention of tbe capitalists and
financier, but of every man in our section
who desires our future prosperity and
Whereas, It is a well established fact
that the surplus products, of all descrip
tions, are valueless to us without a mar
ket, and that, to secure a profitable mar
ket <hcap transportation is of prime im
portance to tbe pros ]>evity, not only of the
agricultural, but of the commercial, man
ufacturing and mining interests of the
Whereas, Our present means of reach
ing market are inadequate to our wants
and the need of the country ;
Resolved, That cheap transportation is
of the first importance to the country,
and that we will go heart, and hand with
our brethren of the West in securing it..
Resolved, That we look upon the con
struction of the Atlantic and Great Wes
tern Canal and tin inland water commu
nication along the Gulf toward the East
as a matter of deep interest to tbe pros
perity of Georgia and the South, and we,
therefore, earnestly request, our represen
tatives in Congress and in tbe State Leg
islature. to urge by every proper means
its importance upon the Federal govern
ResAved, That the resources of our far
mers are iavire, and tbe recuperative en
ergy of tbe country great, and that, a re
turn to the cash system as soon as prac
ticable would insure tbe prosperity of
_tbe country on a solid basis,
p Resolved. That we recommend the State
lUrangnot. its next meeting shall appoint
.. State Chemist, in order to protect Pat-
V.. of Husbiudiv against imposition
and worthless fertilizers.
The first,second, third, fourth and fifth
resolution* were adopted.
A motion to table the sixth resolution
vac lost by tbe casting vote of the chair
the vote stunding 41 to 41.
The majority report on refunding the
Cttion tax was adopted;
That w. respectfully request our Rep
>. s, motives and Senators iu Congress to
u gc the tuaetment of a law nstoriug to
li.e i>gitin.ate I'aimaut the uuconstitu
.ai ti ; i r ;•< * ; npto the cotton crops
of 1862 to 1867, inclusive.
Mr. T. J. Smith, of Washington Os nn
ty, offered tbe following, which was adop
Resolved, That tbe resolution as passed
by the meeting of yesterday, relative to
proportioning the crop in planting next
year, that is, one-third in small grain,
one-third in corn, and one-third in cot
ton, be taken by each member of this
Convention to his constituents, or a del
egate of Granges of patrons of Husband
ry to each of their Granges, State and
subordinate, and impress upon them the
great importance of this resolution and
urge that it bo carried out to the letter.
The following resolutions were adopt
That this convention urge upon the
farmers and patrons of the South to de
vise, at tbe eariest possible period, the
best means to have the Southern people
co-operate in the centennial movement
by being ready to supply and exhibit such
agricultural and horticultural products
as may be cultivated upon our farms,
gardens and orchards.
That it is the sense of the convention
that Congress should so modify the tar
iff laws that imports tel gathered from
nothing but such articles as are by com
mon consent denominated luxuries.
That the presiding officer appoint a
committee of one from each State repre
sented in this convention, whose duty it
shall be to report to this convention the
expediency of making arrangements
whereby the planters may make ship
ments direct to Europe of their cotton.
Whereas, The present system of in
spection of fertilizers iu Georgia has
proved utterly worthless to this end,
Resolved, That tbe president of this con
vention appoint a committee of five, who
shall be charged with the duty of fram
ing such a law, to be presented to the
next Legislature, as Bhall more effectually
meet the necessity.
Resolved, That it is the sense of this meet
ing that as soon as proper arrangements
can be made the planters are advised to
scud aportion of their cotteu to European
That in view of making our farms self
sustaining by sowing down one-third of
the available lands in small grain and
grasses, and plant one-third in corn and
one-third in cotton, we hereby recommend
of the respective Cotton
States Granges to submit this policy to
the subordinate granges for their adop
tion, and that the Masters of subordinate
granges be requested to urge the volun
tary pledges thereto, and report result
to the Masters of their State Granges,
who will then report to the President of
this Convention the number of subordi
nate granges in each State that have
pledged themselves to this policy, and
i oh information will be diffused through
the public press by tbePreaident.
feat this convention,when itadjoums,
will anjourn to meet under the call of the
President on sixty days notice through
tho newspapers of the Cotton States at
sudh time and place as ho may designate.
flow to Teach a Child Honesty,
From the National Baptist.]
lam not sure whether T did right or
wrong. lam sure that I meant right.
It was on thiswise. Believing implicitly
that the bending of little human twigs
should be accomplished during tho early
stages of their growth, I concluded to
commence on Vieve. My intention was
to give her a lesson in firmness. Accor
dingly I I ' and a box with chestnuts, and
placed it, within her reach, saying, “Now,
Vieve, dear, you must not touch them
without my permission.”
“Well, then, I dess I’ll not,” was the
reply, while the brown-eyed threo-year
olu.gazed wistfully toward the sweet
temptation. I gave her six or eight.
“In nty dear little potit, fauk 'oo 1”
I went to nty work, and labored with
all the cheerfulness of an inventor who is
pretty sure liis machine is a success.
During .the afternoon it occurred to
my mind that, those eight chestnuts wore
lasting a remarkable time. Assuming
my blandest .tone for the occasion, I
“Vieve, have you eaten all your chest
“No, I fink not.”
“Conte here, dat ling. Where do you
get so many V"
“0,1 dits ’em out o’ toy pott.it."
“Well, there are more than I gave you
at first,,’’ I said, as I examined the dainty
receptacle. “O ! Vieve, have you been
disobeying me, and getting more out of
that box ?”
“I ’spects p’raps I have."
“But are you sure ?”
“Yes, I’s pi tty sure?”
“Oh, dear Vieve,” I cried, with the
feelings of one who discovers his inven
tion to be a failure, “this makes poor
mamma feel so sad. I do not like to
punish you, but wliat must I do ? I must
have my little.girl to obey uie. Oh ! what
The small sinner looked reflective.
“Well, mamma.” she presently said, in
solemn tones, ”1 dess ’oo had better
Believing her suggestion a wise one,
embodying about all the wisdom of the
entire affair, I acted upon it. Returning
to my occupation after our session had
adjourned, the iirat thing that caught,
my attention was a scrap of old newspa
per, containing this sentence;
“He who through intention or neglect
throws before another a temptation is, if
he he overcome, equally guilty.”
I put away the box of chestnuts, and
am waiting further light.
The Largest Ciroci,avion.—lt is be
lieved that the paper which has the largest
circulation among men is the paper of
tobaeo,but the paper which circulates
among women is the paper of needles.
“Nynheer, do you know for what we
call our hoy Hans ?’, „Do not, really ’
“Well, I tell you. Der reason dat we
call our boy Hans, dat ish his name.”
At what season did Eve eat ]he apples?
Early in the fall,
A lawyer received the following note
accompanying a boquet: “Dear- , I
send you iu the boy a bucket of flowers.
They is like mi luv for u. Ti e night
shaid morns 1 must shave."
Wliat did Adam first plant in the
gard *u of Edi n . H e loot.
DESIRES TO NOTIFY bis friends awl the
public generally that lit,* Is now fitted up in
hi* n«*w building nn Screven atreef. next door to
tbe Pofttoffice, wills a complete and well assorted
slock of Full and Winter
BOOTH, SHOES AND HATS,
.m «r ■ « »mi -•»«,
TAMES’ DRESS ROODS, Ac.,
which he Is selling
CHEs/iP FOll CoISII,
I have a!«n on hand and will keep constantly
supplied with Plantation Furnishing Goods and
Feeling thankful for past favors, I respect
fully solicit the continued patronage ot my old
customers, and of the ptibHc.gWi“rnlly.
W K. HUM DUREYS.
Quitman, Ga , Sept. Id, H 73. [sf7*Sm
E. IVES, Agt.,
CONFECTIONER AND DIKED
AN’I) LIKA Milt IN
Family Supplies, Ac.,
I have iilsn on haml, and will keep constantly
supplied with a complete stock o!
TOYS -r. NOTIONS,
which I will well
Che tip tor Cush.
I manufacture rnv own Gaudier, Cakes, Breads,
etc., and Ctt* guarantee them pure and una
My old euidomeifi and the public generally
are Invited to call and examine my new stock.
K IV KM. Afct
Quitman, Ga., Kept. l«t, 187:1. 4rn
A. J. ROUNTREE
Would inlonn his friends and the public gener
ally that he has ‘received his Full and Winter
Dry Goods, *
and will sell them us cheap a 4 the same quality
of goods can he bought from any one else in this
rrV) THOSE TO HIM he would
J. say that he is ob’iged t<» have the money to
carry on his business, ami iu* can indulge no
longer, lie hopes they will setilc. with ut delay,
and save costs of Court.
A\ T BOU NT FIFE.
Quitman, Oa., October J, 1873. 40 iim
OUITMAN DRU. STORE.
McCALL & GROOVER,
Paints, Oils, T&r
VA liNimES: Vy« fHvfc
KHUSHES, -Perfume. J&T ’
rv, i foiiet Articles. Ac,
Notify the public that they will keep on hand
couplet*} and fresh *U>cks, and sell tho tsaiuc ut a
American Fruit Preserving J’otvder.
Wo are agents for this valuable discovery,
which will effectually and cheaply preserve Fruit
and Vegetable* for years. U proven * tcrinen
tfttion.andke.ps tbe fruit. Ac., in a healthy
condition. Put up in .box***— one box of which
will preserve f>4 pounds of fruit.
We respectfully solicit the patrouageof flir
Quitman, July 17, 1873, . [‘:a
lilt. M. C, Wll.hl-N.SON. nit. A. I). SMITH.
LARGE DRUG SIGN,
WILKINSON & SMITH,
KEEP ou hand a
of Fresh and Pure vfrts
And many of the best
Also, White Lead. Varnishes, Paints and Oils,
Soaps. Tobacco, Sugars. Toilet Article*,&e.
All of which will be sold on reasonable trims.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Kerosene Oil will hereafter he sold ot
Forty cents per gallon .
Quitman, Gn., Jan. Sl# 1873. My
For Sale or Rent.
MY HOUSE AND LOT of Sucre*, adjoining
the town o( Quitman. Ibq Jot is wll
stocked with fruit trees ttud grape vines ? nd ar
hors. Apply to JOS. S. 15AKEIL
Quitman, September 2s, 1873. 3t
H. W LEV ERETT,
HERKBY lh.' public that lit- i>
still at his old fitaiid. and has on hand, ol
his ow’U manufacture, a varMy ot
BUCCIES AND WAGONS,
which he isotterkig at very low pried?.
lh* is also supplied with a complete assort
ment ot material for
of every description with neatness am] dispatch,
lie is also prepared to do an kinds «»f
Having had many yeers exporfoneje in hisibus
iness. and being supplied with Competent and
faithful workmen, he soliciis the patronage 01
the public, and gua.autevs saiistaetiun.
B, VV. LEV ERETT.
Quitman, Ga. Sept. 18, 1873. if
rpifE undersigned, who has an experience oi
JL many year* in Ihe manufacture of SIHS
GLtiS, notifies the public that h»* keeps on hand,
and w ill make to order, any number of shingb*?
desired, and deliver them ou favorable ter inf.
Orders left at ('apt. Brooks* .-tore, Quit
man, will be promptly attend***! 10.
S. T GOING.
Brooks coahty. June 1.. .4 ts
i TM« unrivalled Southern Remedy is warranted
j not, to contain a (single particle of Mercury, or
any injuri iiui mineral substance but Is _ r .
containing those Southern Boot* and Herb*,
which an all wise Providence has placed in coun
triea wlmfe Liver Diseases most prevail. It will
cure all diseases caused by derangmvnt ot the
Tiik Symptoms of I/iver Complaint are a bitter
or bad taste in the month: Pain in the Back,
Side* or Joints, often mistaken UheumaliFjn;
Sour Stomach; Loss of Appetite; Boyvels after
nattffy costive and lax; Headache: Lose of mem
ory, with a painful mmsation of having foiled to
do something which ought to have been done;
Debility, Low Spirit*, a thick yellow-appearance
of tbe Skin and Eyes, a dry t ough often mistaken
for Uonsmqption. Sometime* many of these
symptoms attend the disease, at other* very few;
but the Liver, the largest organ in the body, is
generally the seat of tin*disease, and if not reg
ulated in time, great suffering, wre chednes* and
DEATH will ensue.
This Great l 11 tailing SPECIFIC
will not hr found f lie Least
l T ii|>lea*aiif.
F»*r Dyspepsia, Constipa'iori, Jaundice. Bill
ions attacks, Sick Heailache. Colic, Depression
of Spirit*, Spur Stoipncb, Heart Burn, <&.,
Liver or Medicine,
Is tie Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medi
cine in the World!
Manufactcred only by
J 11. ZF.IUN Sis CO,
MACON. GA.. and PHILADELPHIA.
Price $1 00. Sold by all Druggist*.
The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country
In Valuable Gifts!
TO UK DIfSTStJiUXKpT.V
la D. SI N E ’ S
IG4fh Regular Monthly
•To be drawn Monday, Nov,Jf4il», 18?:k
One Grand Capital Prize, ?5,000 in Gold!
One Cash Prize §5,000 in Silver ! ’
Two pri/e? or SI,OOO, Six pri«<»a of SSOO, and
Ten prizes of SIOO each In Greenback*. *
1000 fitiltl and Silver Lever Hunting Watches,
(in all.) worth from S2O to s3<>o each. Coin
Silver Vest CjiftiHg, Solid aud ibud plated
ver ware. Jewelry, eld. , ~ K
U hole tutmber of G fl«, 10,000*. Tit‘ket* limit
i*d \o 73,000.
Sgent? wanted to sell tickets, to whom
Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $1 : Six tickets, s.> ; Twelve
tickets. $10; I'weniy-flve tickets, S2O.
rirculaiM containin'; a full list of prizes, ades
crioMon ol the man her of drawing, und other in-
Jbiniatiou in reference to the Distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to
Main ‘ 'fuck. L. P, SINK, P.ox 86,
lul W. fifth Bt. (<i-st) Cincinnati, O
.70/# WO UK
IYTEATLY and expeditiously executed at the
Iron in th 6 Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protojcide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the tdood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of nature’s Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, atul
eure»”a thousand ills,” sinifdy
by Toning up,lnvigorating and
I italizing the Sydtcm, The en
riched find vitalized blood per
meates every part of the body ,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, atid leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of Ihe. won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills ami Fevers, Humors,
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys -and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood , or ac
companied by .lebility or a lout
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, bat a>u< permanetii. infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into alt parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands hare been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women: and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass,
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
1 Milton Place, Boston.
fiOLC DT Dlil OC.ISTg GENERALLY.
T. J. HTIIKKT V. OKO. W. VVKETT.
STREETY & AVRETT,
rwrmmrmn mszmmL ms*
AND DKAI.KBS IN
Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Os Various Styles and Si z es,
And all kinds of
TIN AND HARDWARE,
Roofing and Guttering (lone in the best style.
A'e wll Stoves at or below Savannah prices.
We respectfully a.»k the people of Brooks and
adjoining conn ties to give us a trial.
November J, 1872. ly
D.W. PRICE & SONS,
CEIRIL HEttl IIA\»ISE,
Cloths and Cassimcres ,
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Ac.,
would inform the citizens of Q hit mail ami sur
rounding country that they have just received
their Fall and Winter stock which comprises the
largest and best assortment of
Gentlemens 9 Furnishing Goods
ever brought to this market,
I>. W. PRICE
will continue his business as
and will cut and make suits at the shortest no
tice, and satisfaction goaranted.
Cutting. Cleaning and Repairing done with
neatness ahd dispatch upon reasonable terin*.
We invite the public to call and examine the
quality and prices of our goods before purchas
D. W. PRICE A SONS.
Qnitman,. Cf-i * October 8, 1873. ts
IliVlW & IRVINE
ff-T\KR Till* METHOD OF INFORMING
j ,JL TUB r|*BLlC that they*.have just opened
n their new brick building on Scrven street in
Quitman,u new iwiu well selected stock of
D R S’ 8001 S,
! Dress Good*, Boots and Show, Ilats, and Caps,
-iTotfdOgT Bontfeatfca, and a lull line of
which they invite every one to call and exam
ine for themselves, and price the same, which
they are determined to sell as cheap as can he
afforded by any interior store in this section.
IRVINE & IRVINE.
Quitman, Ga. f Octobe 1, 1873. 40-Stn
npilE UNDERSIGNED desire* to notify the
Jl citiains of Quitman and surrounding country,
that he will k<*ep constantly on hand, at his
stand in trout of bis store, on Culpepper Street.
In quantities to suit purchasers, choice and 4
Neatly Butchered lleef,
Mutton, and other fresh meats, at reasonable
prices, and respectfully solicits the patronage
of the public generally.
„ Call ear yin the morning and be supplied.
B. 11 HANDY, |
Quitman,- July 17, 1873. j ts
The 8«h Wkxdkr of the Wontn has been found j
»n Georgia. The discoverer is a physician ot
long experience, extensive observation and pro
found judgment, and his discovery has proven I
such a blessing to woman, that it is already j
known throughout the country ns ‘‘Woman's
Best Friend.” With remarkable quickness and
certainty it cures all cases of suppressed men
struation. acute or chronic, and lestojges health
in every instance. Dr. J. Juan field’s Female
Regulator supplies a remedy long needed in the
treatment of diseases peculiar to woman. This
the Medical Faculty knows and admits, while
many of our best physicians are using’it in daily
practice. The medicine is prepared with great
care. It y la.* H. Brad field, Druggist. Atlauta Ga.,
and sold art £1.50 pex l»ottie by respectable
Druggists everywhere. jan2i ts
Change of Schedule. I
GENERAL %I JPEWNTKNI)ENT’S OFFICE,I
ATLANTIC and Gcw* Railhoau, >
Savannah. (Jet. 11. 1873. j
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, Oct* 12th. Trains
on tbisriload will run as follow-s :
Leave Savannah daily «t. ' 4.30 p.m
i Arrive at Live Oak. daily at 3.33 a.m
“ Qulfman daily at.; ,3.55 a.ui
**. Tlitjmasville. .*. ..4.40 a.m
“ Da hi bridge at. *> .\8.15 s> m
** Albany at . 9.40 a.m
Leave Albany daily at 3.20 p it
“ Bainbrid'jt* daily at 4.30 p.m
Leave Thomasvtile 7.35 p.m
“ Quitman daily at 9.05 p.m
Live Onk, daily at 9.05 p.m
Arrive at-Savannah daily at. 8.20 a.m
CennepiatLive Oak witfy trains on J., P. and
VL ft. ror 4«d from Jacksonville, Tallahassee,
.No change,of cars between Savannah and Al
Close connection ot Albany with trains on
SoutliMaifctern Rujlfoad. * *
A CCPXMODA TIOX TRAIS.
Western* Division :
Leave Law ton, Sunday excepted, 7:25 a.m
A rive at Quitman. *“ 10.54 am
Arrive at Tbomasville, 44 2.40 p.m
Arrive at Albany “ 6 50 p.m
Leave Albany ’ “ 8.15 a.m
Leave Thomasville, “ 2.10 p.m
Leave Quitman. ** 4.15 pan
i Arrive at Lawton, »* 8.05 *p m
! Connect at Albany with night trains on South
I western Railroad, leaving Albany Sunday. Tnes
: lay. and Thursday, and arriving at Albany
| Munday. Wednesday and Friday.
Mail Steamer leaves Bainl ridge for Apalacbi
[ cola everv Thursday at 8.00 a. m.
11. S. HAINES.
[l2 2wtf] Gen'i Supt.
THE CHEAPEST HOTEL IN THE
Board and Lodging Per Day,
The Prop iet-or is determi and that the’Attention
and BilFuf Fare g.ven to guests
SHALL NOT BE SURPASSED
by "any of the high-priced hotels in this section
The Building, having been recen*ly Enlarged
and Improved, now affords accommodations lor
ENTRANCES r IM. 158, 160 and 162 Bryan
Street, opposite Market.
J. II RE SNA*, Prop.
j " 37-ts.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE,
! CUB, PRESIDENT (k ABERCORN ST.,
i Trauecient and Permanent Boarders Received.
DR. D. COX
Would Inform his old friends that be is now in
his New Quarters, located a* above, and will
strive lo give satisfaction to guests.
Charge per Day, - - 82.00
July 15. 1870.
THE MCINTOSH HOUSE,
J. R. Edmondson, Prop’r.
No pains will be spared by the present pro
prietor, to retain the well earned reputation and
patronage of this popular bouse of entertuimnen
The tables will be supplied with the
very best the market can furnish; the chambers
will be kept nest and comfortable; and attentive
wallers will be in attendance upon guests.
The patronage of the public U resjiecifnlly
tej- Charges Reasonable.
! .Iprll 12, 1872. 15-ts
1/* *lf 211 Vr>OP£
■ «.W aflwal dii IIWM.d;
D. V. Mi NEIL, Projyrietor
rfIHIS Hotel U new < pen tor toe entertainment
1 of the public. Permanent and Transient
Boarders, w ill be received and cared for on rea
sonable. terms. -
The'house Is in the Southeast Section
of the town, and was occupied last year by Mr.
The Proprietor will fake every pains o make
guests comfortable and happy.
He solicits the patronage of the public.
February 9, 1872. 6-ts
Sl ‘OTSVV 00DIIOT IX7
Nearly Opposite Passenger Depot
T. 11. HARRIS PiiorcuETOK
Board, $3 per Day.
I\ nnary 3, 1873. 1 ly
Importers and Jobbers of
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC
And 59, 61, 63 < & 65 Franklin St
WANTED I We will give rm*n and women ]
Business that will Fay
ftom $4 to $8 per day. can be pursued in your
own neighborhood: it is a raie chance for those
out of employment or having leisure time; girls
and boys frequently do as well as men. Partic
Address J LATHAM k CO., J
292 Washington Si. Boston. Mass J
John D. BozemaJ||
QUITMAN, GEORGIA, I
fTWKES this i.icihud of inf«.ruling the
i that his MILL business does not
with his business as a
r. ! (j** is : illy ] -cpared to do all work hBH
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11 ,:Nl<H LV $ VtK jKm
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[ . esp«*ctab!e dni
C. & S. I?|
etc., etc., 180 Bay stJSJ
LAWRENCE & V m
CLOTHING. Hats, Cajfl
Goods, Boys’ LTo|«!l||
Boots umi .''hoes. No. 1
VV r.v. Drntß Tr'am-j ■
134 Broughton street. .
IMPORTER and \Xho\Jfcm
Georgia and Florida of^MSI
ted Baltimore Ale in
<*3 fit. Julian and 154 Cijjjjj
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«THOLESALE GRC M
vt Merchants. 173 Tiay fi
for the Anchor Line of (tcvv *
Mr. W A. McNeil, o r
ing agent of this house |b
Lamps and Oil, C
ted Ware, and House i
ly, 152 and 154 Nt. Juiiat ■
N. B. K j
DE.ILER in Saddles. . ■
her and Leather Belt?*
6kins, Sole Leather, Valise*
ware, etc., Market square. B
Auction and Commi^^^
Wool. ete. Liberal
VV ware. Tinware.
Guns. P.stdlK and Npoi
and 71 St. Julian ' ;|< , ’’*H
BOOKS ill IH
Keep constant!, on
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