Published every Friday Morning.
Johu H- Seals, Editor Proprietor.
John A- Reynolds, PubUßtier. „
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“ That she is afflicted with ennui— a very seri
ous malady, indeed, and bring other atttendant
diseases in its train. It is the evil spirit that
haunts the Castle of Indolence. How could she
escape it, when, with her large capabilities and
nature, by no means disposed to inactivity, she
sits down, folds her hands, has every comfort
supplied without exertion on her part, and tries to
Settle herself into a purposeless, passive exis
tence? Even the golden chain ofleisure and
luxurious ease will become i**ksome. You will
have to bring some stimulating influence to bear
upon her—something that will rouse her to ex
ertion and keep her mind from dwelling upon her
maladies, whether real or fancied.”
“ We must try and think of something in which
to interest her,” I said, as I assisted Zoe to dis
mount and followed her, while she ran lightly
into the house. Noiselessly passing into the sit
ting room, she stole up behind my aunt and
placed both hands over her eyes.
Who is it ?” cried she, trying in vain to free
“ Guess,” said Zoe, laughing.
Oh ! it is Zoe Forrester. No one else, with
a woman’s voice, has so much strength. And
Paul too, I declare! Did you bring him with
you, Zoe ?”
“Yes ; I found him wandering like a purturbed
spirit by the roadside, and pressed him into ser
vice. As he has more than insinuated that lam
a female Quixote. I shall claim him for my Es
quire in future.”
“But how did you recognise him ? Surely you
did not remember each other ?”
“You forget the miniature, aunt, and the mi
nute descriptions of him you have given me.”
“Oh! so you have been betraying me, have
you ?” replied my aunt, shaking her finger at
Zoe, and catching a portion of her gayety, for her
cheerfulness was contagious.
She remained with us the whole morning, and
her untiring activity made it a busy time with
us all. She looked up a piece of my aunt’s for
gotten worsted work, and persuaded her to finish
it, telling her how beautiful it would be when
completed. Then, she carried us out into the
garden and employsd aunt in trimming up the
neglected shrubbery, and me in making trellises
for unpruned vines. She even invaded the re
treat of Mr. Green, and brought him oul in tri
umph, to give his opinion upon some new im
provement she had suggested. But she would
not remaintodinner, sayingthat her fatherneeded
her at home.
“Aunt,” she said, as she was drawing on her
gloves preparatory to leaving, “you seemed in
terested in hearing of our visit to Mrs. Lane’s—
how would you like to spend the day there some
time—say to-morrow? The little ones are sad
ly in need of winter clothing, and their mother is
such a poor, frail creature, and with so many
young children to attend to, that a few hours
sewing, in making or mending, would be a per
fect God-send to her. We could go in the car
riage and take our own dinner, and any little ar
ticles we might quietly bestow upon Mrs. Lane
without wounding her pride. Paul could go-wish
us, as our escort, and there is a fine trout stream
just back of the cottage, where he might amuse
himself pleasantly, as well as profitably. What
say you, cousin Paul ?” and bending down, as
though to recover the whip she had dropped, she
whispered, glancing significantly at my aunt, “It
is for her benefit as well as Mrs. Lane’s.”
“What do I say ? Why. that your esquire is
of course at your command,” I replied, bowing
in mock submission.
“Exactly; I had forgotten that it is my right
to dispose of you as I please. And so it is deci
ded that we go to-morrow, is it?”
Aunt agreed to the arrangement after a little
hesitation, which Zoe’s prompt manner swept
“And Paul shall go over after you early in the
morning,” she called out to Zoe, who was de
scending the steps.
“Very well; but not too early , aunt Alice. Paul
is aware of the meaning I attach to that word.”
After she was gone, aunt was eager to know
what opinion I had formed of her. I expressed,
with some enthusiasm, my admiration of my cou
sin’s frankness, her cheerfulness and her energy.
She drew her own conclusions, saying how de
lighted she was, and that she was now quite sure
the old hall would be my future home. I saw it
would not do any longer to delay letting her
know how unfounded were her hopes ; so sitting
down on the footstool at her feet, and laving my
head in her lap, as I had been wont to do in more
boyish days, I told her all about my love for My
ra, and my present engagement to her.
She looked rueful enough at first, and Bat si
lently gazing into the fire, as though she were
watching her full fledged hopes escape with the
“Paul,” she said at last, “don’t you think it
any thing happened to prevent this contemplated
marriage—any thing inevitable, you know—that
you could love Zoe well enough to marry her?”
“ Auntie,” I said, smiling at her earnestness,
“ we will not think of any such disagreeable pos
sibilities. I think I could regard Zoe with a
most brotherly affection and respect, but never
love her as Ido Myra. Besides, my betrothal is
a bona fide engagement, and I think it is by no
means probable that the ‘ course of our true love’
will not ‘ run smooth’ for the future.”
“ I do not know,” she said, musingly, passing
her fingers through my hair. “ Stranger things
than that have happened.”
[to be continued.]
HYMN TO THE PEOPLE.
BY C. D. STUART.
Nut to the blest with warrior strength
To wield the sword and wear the glaive,
Or to rise to conquerer’s fame at length,
Proclaims the good and makes the brave.
To have the power to abide the scorn,
Arid rise above the hate and strife
Os those to wealth and title born,
Is the crown’d courage of our life.
What are the swotds that prop a king—
The banners in his army’s van—
To strength of soul that dares to spring
And show the monarch in the man (
Kings and the mightiest men of arms,
Strong as the heads of realms they bide,
Sport as they may with fortune’s charms,
They are like leaves upon the tide.
In dim old sepulchres they lie,
The feast and silence of decay,
While the true world heart beateth high
And thrones itself upon to-day.
Give me the man whose hands have tossed
The corn seed to the mellow soil,
Whose feet the forest depths have crossed,
Whose brow is nobly crowned with toil.
A young M. D., of one of the lower counties of
East Tennessee, was dining with a company ol
gay young gents and maidens, and it so happen
ed (as is frequently the case in these parts) that
the landlady had a large dish of snap beans serv
ed up for the discussion for her guests. Young
physic, anxious to make a flourish, with a wise
look, remarked that the ancient Romans were so
excessively fond of beans that one of them upon
his deathbed cried out, ‘‘Bene ! O bene!”
IMOSIEY TO BE MADE, by calling at our of-
ITJi fi< -and buying property. A large quantity always
on hand for sale. [Feb 18] BELL A PITTMAN.
•>as. gw Anything that, fail* to give satisfacuon, can
.ESHlfaroitg Fluid and Camphene, always on
.MW. ..... m.....> n 11 . m M. ...... 1 ...
entirely rtsMrtO to perfect health and strength- I would
also mention that this Balsam cured a little girl of mine of
a very severe attack of Whooping Cough, when her life
was given over by the physician, and all other remedies
had tailed. JOSIAH HOFF.
None genuine unless signed “I. Butts” on the wrapper.
For sale everywhere.
Resolution of tbe Grand Div. of Florida.
Dear Sir and Brother: The Grand Division
of the Sons of Temperance of the State of Florida
met in quarterly session, on the Bth of April ia@t,
and during its session, among other resolutions
passed, was the following;
Resolved, That this Grand Division adopt the
Temperance Crusader, of Atlanta, Ga. as its or
gan, and that we recommend subordinate Divis
ions throughout the State to subscribe to the same.
M W P—B. D. Townsend, South Carolina.
M W A—E. W. Jackson, Maine.
M W S —F. A. Fickardt, Bethlehem, Penn.
M W T—Robert M. Foust, Philadelphia, Penn.
M W Con—John Moffitt.
M W Chap—John Leach, Indiana.
M W Sent—S. A. Duke, lowa.
Officers G. Lodge K. of Jericbo.
TERM OF OFFICE HATING FROM 9TH SEPT. 1858.
W. D. WILLIAMS, of Macon, GW C
GEO. I. FLOYD, of Columbus, G W V C
WM. G. FORSYTH, of Atlanta, G W Rec
JAS. B. BAIN, of Butler, G W M
E. FOSTER, sr. of Mt. Carmel, G W S
Rev J. GRIFFITH, of Butler, G W Chap
E. M. PENDLETON, of Sparta, G W P C
J. S. PETERSON, of Atlanta, GW PC
f."’ GRAND LODGE
Jhuglte of Striclor,
STATE OF GEORGIA.
Principles, —To God we owe Obedience, Love and
Worship; to the world Justice; to our Brethren, Forgive
ness and Fraternity; to ourselves, sustenance and protec
Pledge.—We will not make, buy, sell or use as a bev
erage, any spirituous or malt liquors, wine or cider, orany
other intoxicating drinks, whether enumerated or not,and
will use all honorable means to prevent their manufacture
or use, and the traffic therein.
Government.— lst. Subordinate Lodges, to which
any white male person, over fifteen years of age, possess
ing a good moral character, may be admitted to member
ship ; and any lady, of fifteen years, and upwards, to hon
2d. Grand Lodges, composed of delegates from the Sub
Form of Application for Subordinate
To the Grand Lodge Knights of Jericho, State of Georgia:
The undersigned citizens, of proper age, believing the
Order of Knights of Jericho to be well calculated to advance
the cause of Humanity, Temperance and Charity, most re
spectfully petition your honorable body to grant them a
Charter, to open a Lodge of the Order to be located at
hailed as Lodge, No. , Knights of Jericho, of
the State of . If granted, we pledge ourselves, in
dividually and collectively, to be governed by the Consti
tution, Rules and Usages of the Grand Lodge, and of the
Order at large. Enclosed is the fee for Charter, Ritual,
Ac., Ten Dollars. [The above must be signed by at least
ten persons—hut fitteenisbest—of proper age, sound health
and good moral character, residents of the community in
which the Lodge is to be located, and sent to the Grand
The Grand Lodge of Georgia will charter Subordinate
Lodges out of the present territory of jurisdiction, upon
application in due form, in the same manner as it does
now to Subordinate Lodges in this State, and will hold the
same, thus chartered, under its jurisdiction, giving them
the same rights and privileges, under the Constitution and
By-laws of the Grand Lodge, as are allowed to Subordinate
Lodges in this State, until such time as any five Lodges in
any State or Territory shall deem it proper to form them
selves into a Grand Lodge, having a Constitution and Code
of Laws, and a ltitual Conformable to those of this Grand
Lodge, when its jurisdiction over said Lodges shall cease.
All petitions to the <*rand Lodge, Knights of Jericho,
State of Georgia, for Charters to open new Subordinate
Lodges of the Order, or communications seeking informa
tion in relation to the Order, should be addressed to
WM. G. FORSYTH, G. W. R. Knights of J.
All Grand and Subordinate Lodges, Knights of Jericho,
located in any State, Territory or Province, (Georgia ex
cepted,) are most respectfully and earnestly requested to
notify the Grand Lodge of Georgia, through the under
signed, at Atlanta, of their name, number and post-office
address, together with the names and title of their princi
pal officers. (Lodges complying with the above request,
will find it much to their advantage.)
March 11, 1859 ly WM. G. FORSYTH, G. W. R.
RAIL ROADS--ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Georgia Kail Road.
Augusta to Atlanta, 171 miles, fare $3 —Georgk Youngs, Supe't.
MORNING PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaves Atlanta daily, at 10 00 a m
Arrives at Augusta 0 45 p ji
Leaves Augusta daily, at 12 45 a m
Arrives at Atlanta 9 45 a m
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta daily, at 12 00 A M
Arrives at Augusta 8 53 a m
Leaves Augusta, at 2 45 p m
Arrives at Atlanta 11 45 pm
This road runs in connection with the trains of the South
Carolina and the Savannah and Augusta Railroads, at Au
Atlanta Sc West Point Kail Itoaif,
Atlanta to West Point, 87 miles, fare $3 50—Geo, G. Hui.i., Sup’t.
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta daily, at 10 15 a m
Arrives at West Point 340 p m
Leaves West Point daily, at 2 55 p m
Arrives at Atlanta 7 50 p m
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta daily, at 0 80 a m
Arrives at West Point 5 46 a m
Leaves West Point daily, at 8 55 a m
Arrives at Atlanta 9 00 a m
Western Sc Atlantic (State) Rail ICoad.
Atlanta t* Chattanooga, 138 miles, faro ss—John W. Lewis. Supe’t.
MORNING PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta, at 10 00 a m
Arrives at Chattanooga 6 35 p m
Leaves Chattanooga, at 2 55 p m
Avrives at Atlanta 11 OS P M
EVENING PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Atlanta nightly, at 8 80 P m
Arrives at Chattanooga 7 05 a M
Leaves Chattanooga, at 5 85 p m
Arrives at Atlanta 4 15 p m
DP AND DOWN DAY EXPRESS FR’T AND PASS.
Leaves Atlanta, daily 4 50 a m
Arrives at Chattanooga...’ 4 20 P M
Leaves Chattanooga . 5 15 am
Arrives at Atlanta 4 45 p m
This road connects each way with the Rome Branch Rail
road at Kingston, the East Tennessee A Georgia Kail Koad
it Dalton, and the Nashville A Chattanooga Kail Koad at
Macon Sc Western Kail Koad.
Maoon to Atlanta 102 miles, fare $4 50—Alfred L. Tuib, Supe't.
Leave Macon, at night 12 00 a m
Arrive at Atlanta— * — 7 15 A M
Leave Macon, at 10 00 a m
Arrive at Atlanta 4 00 p M
Leave Atlanta at night 12 00 A m
Arrive at Macon 7 15 a m
Leave Atlanta, at 11 00 a m
Arrive at Macon T 55 p m
The night trains will not be run on Sundays.
The 12 o’clock night train from Atlanta connects with
the Central Kail Koad for Savannah, at 10 45 a. m. and
Southwestern, for Albany and Columbus, at 9 45 a. m.
The 11 00 a. u. train emmects with the Central Kail Road
at 20 p. m. and Southwestern Kail Koad, at 11 45, p, m.
Tnrough Tickets, from Atlanta to New York, by this line.
BANK NOTE LIST.
Georgia Banks, j Alabama Bunks.
ORK AB’kg’Co par Central Bank, Ala 1 dis
Bank of Augusta do Bank of Montgomery.. .1 “
Union Bank of Augusta..do Bank of Mobile 1 “
Mechanic’s Bank do! Southern Bank 1 “
City Bank of Augusta....dot Northern Bank .8“
Aug Ins A B’k’g C 0....... do Commercial Bank 2 “
Bank State of Georgia.... do
Bank of Savannah do Tennessee Banks.
Plant Kk State Georgia. ..do Bank of Chattanooga.. .1 dig
Cent It R A B’k’g Cos do Planter’s Bank 2 “
Marine Bank..* do Bank of Tennessee 2 “
Mechanic’s Savings Bank.do Bank of Commerce 2 “
Bank of Commerce do Bank of the Union 2 “
Bank of Athens do City Bank of Nashville. .2 “
Bank of Mid Ga Macon., .do Merchant’s Bank. 2 “
Manufacturer’s Bank do Bank of Memphis 2 “
Merchant’s Bank do Farmer’s Bk Knoxville. .2 “
Bank of Columbus do Bank of Nashville 5 “
Bank of Pulton do Trader’s Bank 5 “
Interior Bank, Griffin..ldle River Bank 5 “
LaGrunge Bank 1 “ Southern 8ank....... .’.6 “
Northw Bk,Ringgold... 1 “ Commercial Bank 5 “
Bank Empire State I*‘ Bk of West Tennessee. 6 “
Timber Cutter’s Bank.. Bank of Middle “ ..5“
Plant A Mech Bk, Dalton Bank of Knoxville 5 “
Cher Ins Bkg Cos “no sale Bank of Paris 5
Exchange Bk, Criffin.no sale Buck’i Bank 6
South Bank, Bainbridge. Oconee Bank-”- 5 “
S. Carolina Banks. Sn'r'AmMiw kr
Bank of Charleston par “
Bank State 8 Carolina....do ..
State Bank S Carolina.... do n 7cu ihLn ™ !
c£onn£ e . Bl£ - do B “ nk
People’s Bank do cuhten’s 84011 ” *6O *’
Planter’s A Mechanic’s Lk.do SLnd r id g e . ; ’i! i” *g
Bank of Hamburg; do Louisiana ....1 “
Bank of Oamilen do Virgiuia Banks g **
Bank of Chester do North Carolina 2#
Bank of Newberry"!! ” ” doj MUlsourK.'! .".6
Commercial Bank do Ohio 5 “
Exchange Bk Columbia., .do-Indiana 5 “
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book's PISSCPf*LETS BILLS
CARDS, POSTERS, BLANKS, Ac. Ac.
at the very Lowbst Figures Best Style, and with Dispatch.
Reynolds A Bro. in connection with the Crusader, thus
most respectfully place their business and wishes before
the public, confident that industry, integrity and business
qualification, will receive a corresponding patronage.
Mr. T. S. Reynolds has charge of this branch of the bu
siness, with whom all matters will be transacted.
Cash will be required upon the delivery of all work.
Business from abroad, will receive prompt
attention, and no overcharge.
SMITH & EZZARD, Druggists.
We have just received 500 Boxes of French and
American Window Glass, of all sizes, and
think we can do better in this line than any house in this
city, as we keep more Glass than every house in town.
We have also 25 barrels of Plaster of Paris, cal
Also, 100 barrels of Oil, comprising Lard, Talld
Sperm, Whale, Elephant, Neatsfoot, Machinery, Tannt
Linseed and other Oils.
We keep, at all times, a large stock of Drugs, Me
icines* Chemicals, Surgical and Dental Instru
ments, India Rubber Goods, Combs, Brushes, Soaps and
Perfumery of all kinds, and every thing usual to a first
class Drug Store.
We are the Oldest Drug- Firm in the
City, and know the wants of this section, and try to meet
Merchants and Physicians are invited to call and exam
ine our stock, as we think we can suit them, both as to
quality and price.
To the public we invite, and hope to merit, a part of their
patronage, heretofore so liberally bestowed on us.
We do not intend to be beat in Quality or Price.
March 11,1859 ts SMITH A EZZARD.
DUS. TALIAFERRO fc THOMAS.—
Office in Collier’s New Building, over the Drug Store
of Hunnicutt A Taylor.
Call3 will bo received at the office at all hours, during
the day and night. March IS, 1859 ly
TR. RIPLEY, Dealer “In
i Crockery, China, Queen’s Ware, Sec.
Pressed and cut Glassware, Looking-Glasses, Looking
Glass Plate, Silver Plated Casters, Forks, Spoons,Tea Sets
Knives, Mugs, Ac. and fine Table Cutlery.
Also, Lamps, Lanterns, Burning Fluid and Camphene,
wholesale or retail. Good bargains can be had for
Cush. March 18,1859 ly
W INSHIP’S IRON WORKS,
I. & R. WINSHIP & Cos.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines and Boilers, Circular
Saw Mills on the most approved plan, Turning Lathes, Su
gar Mills, Kettles, Mining Machinery, Mill Work, of all
descriptions, new styles of Iron Hailing 1 for fences
and cemetery lots, Bridge Castings and Bolts, Railroad
Work, Gin Gearing, from 7 to 12 feet, latest improved Horse
Powers, and all kinds of Iron and Brass Castings made to
order, at short notice.
Having experienced Workmen, a large and well assorted
stock of New Patterns, and our facilities being superior to
any Foundry in the State, we feel confident oi giving entire
satisfaction to those who may favor us with orders, botli
in regard to prices and the quality of our work.
Foundry and Machine Shop on Western A Atlantic Rail
Road. March4,lSs9 ly
ISAAC WINSHIP ROBT. WINSHIP GEORGE WINSHIP.
Kerosene Oil! !
Kerosene Oil ! ! !
acknowledged by the best judges to give the cheapest, most
brilliant and beautiful light in the known world. 120
gallons for sale cheap at the Drugstore of
March 18, 1559 MASSEY A LANSDELL.
RECEIVED* in store, and for sale, cheaper than
ever before in thismarktt,
lO 000 lbs pure White Lead,
2,d00 lbs snow white Zinc, (French,)
3 casks pure Linseed Oil, (Raw,)
3 barrels pure Linseed Oil, (Boiled,)
3 barrels Putty,
1 cask Sperm Oil,
1 cask Machinery, (winter strained,)
250 boxes Window Glass, Bxlo and 10x12.
March IS, 1559 MASSEY A LANSDELL.
BOUNTY LAND Patents ami Claims*
of “ enlisted” Soldiers, of the war of 1812 and 1814,
wanted. F. J. MARTIN,
March IS, 1559 IBt Brown’s Hotel, Macon, Ga.
JARED I. WHITAKER.] [V. GASKILL.
WHITAKER A GASKILL, Attorneys at. Law, Atlanta,
Ga. Office, front rooms over J, R. &C. H. Wallace’s
store, corner Whitehall and Alabama streets. March 18
TE. THOMAS, Justice of the Peace and Col
• lecting Agent, Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
March 11,1859 12m
NOTICE to Debtors and Creditors.—All
persons indebted to the estate of Edwin Plaster, late
of Fulton counly, deceased, are required to make payment
immediately, and those having claims against said estate,
will present them properly authenticated, in terms of the
law, to EDWIN MAYS, | ,
March 11,1859* B. P. PLASTER, ] A<lm *' B,
Ip J. A R. W. CRAVEN, Surgeon Dentists*
‘j. Office over G. H. Daniel’s Store, opposite Beach A
Root’s Iron Front Building, Whitehall street. Ministers
of the Gospel, who are pastors, charged half price.
Feb 4 ly
DR. TIIOS. S. POWELL—Office in his residence, on Mari
etta Street, the late residence of Dr. E. N. Calhoun.
Office hours from IX to 10, A. M. —IX to 8, P. M. —8 to
10, P. M. Jan. 7,1859.
’TROUT HOUSE, Atlanta, Ga. —Dr. Boyd, former propri-
I etor of the “Charleston Hotel,” proprietor. [Feb 11
David mayer, successor to J. Haas A Cos.
dealer in Mens’ and Roys’ Clothing,
Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga. Feb 25 ly
FH. COFFMAN* Wholesale anti Reteal Deal
• er in Choice Family Groceries* Segars,
Tobacco, and Foreign and Domestic Fruits, corner White
hall and Alabama streets, Atlanta, Ga. Feb 25
BARNES & CAMPBELL) Auction and Com
mission Merchants, At'anta, Ga. keep constantly on
hand a fine assortment of GOODS, from a Box of Nee
dles to a. Pin. Consignments solicited from all quar
ters. All description of goods bought and sold. Sales ev
ery evening. Jan 28—ts
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING.— The un
dersigned hereby inform the citizens of Atlanta that
they are fully prepared for House and Sign Painting, in all
its various branches, consisting, in part, of Graining 1 *
Fresco and Ornamental Work, and Imitation
of all kinds of Wood and Stone.
Shop next door to Jackson & Bro. Whitehall street.
Atlanta, January i, 1859 PARIS A PRICE.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! J. L. CUT
TING A CO., wholesale and retail dealers in DRY
GOODS, Store No. 28, Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
AVe are receiving new Goods every week, which we offer
for sale al the lowest Cash Prices. Call and see for your
selves. [Feb 25] J. L. CUTTING A CO.
J. M. HOLBROOK* having bought out the in
terest of Mr. Taylor, his former partner, will continue
the business at the old stand, opposite Beach A Root’s Iron
front Store, where he is daily receiving Broadway Styles of
HATS AND CAPS, which will be sold at the very
lowest prices for Uash.
Also, he is receiving constantly from the best manufac
‘riMßßKLLAS, CANES AND
ssP”Highest cash prices paid for FURS.
Feb 25 J. M. HOLBROOK.
C. A. PITTS. G. W. D. COOK.
PITTS Sc COOK. Dealers in LUMBER, and man
ufacturers of SASH, BOORS and BLINDS, Ac. Lum
ber Dressed, Flooring and Ceiling tongued and grooved at
the usual prices.
They are also successors to Joseph Winship & Cos. in the
manufacture of Cotton Gins and. Tltrcsliing
Machines. Atlanta, Ga.
fsF”Shop near Winship’s Iron Works, on the Western
& Atlantic Kail Koad. Feb 25
NOTICE. “"All persons indebted to the estate of
Rebecca E. Denegrier, late of Monroe county, Ga.
deceased, are notified and requested to make immediate
payment ; and all persons having demands against the
estate, will present them in terms of the law.
Feb 11 MARCUS A. BELL, Adm’r.
BARTHOLF’S SEWING MA
CH in e s are the only ones which sew in
a superior manner, either Feather* Cloth.
Kerseys* Silks* Cine ns or Muslins; it
Hems; Gathers and Tucks* sews in Cord
without basting; uses linen, cotton or silt thread ; makes
the interlocked or back-stitch, on both sides, which cannot
be ripped or unravelled, and is very elastic, and is so sim
ple that any person can operate it; it runs at high speed—
is very durable.
All of the above facts will be proved to any person wish
ing to purchase, by calling at LEYDEN’S fcEWING MA
CHINE DBPOT, in W. Herring A Son’s ClothiDg Store, or
Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. A. LEYDEN,
Jan 14 6o General Agent.
||-EW MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
The attention of the Ladies of Atlanta and vicinity, is
Invited to an examination of Mrts. M. T. Ben*
Wick’s STOCK of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY.
In connection with the establishment is a first class
Dress-maker. Customers will be kindly waited upon by
Miss Berry, recently of New York. Show rooms up stairs,
one door above Herring A Son’s new store, Whitehall st.
Atlanta, Ga. All orders must be addressed to
March 4,1859 ly M. T. KENWICK.
FRESH AND PtJHE MEDICINES. —We
| take pleasure In announcing that we are now receiv
ing a large lot of pure and unadulterated Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, from the most approved manufacturing and im
porting Houses in New York and Philadelphia.
March 4, 1859 MASSEY A LANSDELL, Whitehall st.
CHEST** for the use of fnmilies
■ something nice. Massey A Lansdell,
March 4,1859 Whitehall street.*
HMECKKK’B Farina, Bermuda Arrow Root, Pearl
Sago, Pearl Barley, Coxe’s Patent Refined Bparkling
Geilatine. [March 4] Masssky A Lansdell, Whitehall st.
TUBE Colors and Artist’s Materials, of great variety.
March 4 Massey A Lansdell, Whitehall st.
f'IARD.— PHYSICIANS’ Prescriptions neatly and
carefully compounded of pure and unadulterated
medicines at the Drug Store of _
Feb 4,1859 MASSEY A LANS DELL, Whitehall st. ■■
DEBLIC CITY REGISTER, kept iin our
Mr office for the Registry of Property for Rent, Hire or
Sale. [Feb 18] BELL A PITTMAN.
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ery. On ihemOTner, opposite the Trout House, and next
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BAKERY.—The undersigned respectfully
invites public attention to the NRW 13 \ -
KRRY AND CANDY MANUb’AC
iO KY, in coniiection with his store. Balls, public
or private parties, supplied at short notice, with every de
scription of Cake, Fruits, Ac. of the best quality. Orders
from the city or country respectfully solicited.
March 4, 1859 JAS. 0. DAVIS
Fruit, family groceries, ac.
100 sacks Itio, Java and Laguyra Coffee;
85 hhds New Orleans Sugar;
50 bbls A B and C Sugar;
50 bbls Pink-eyed Potatoes;
25 bbls Mercer Potatoes ;
100 boxes Adamantine Candles ;
100 bbls Choice Green Apples,
Northern *nd Southern, just received ;
25 bbls fresh Havana Oranges.
A good lot of Pine Apples and Bananas on hand.
Also, all kinds of Nuts, such as Almonds, Pecan nuts,
Filberts, English Walnuts, Brazil nuts, Chestnuts, Raisins,
Prunes. Pickles, Sardines, Sauces. For sale by
March 4,1859 JAMES C. DAVIS.
£4EAGO & ABBOTT, Corner of Forsyth and
kJ Mitchell Streets, Atlanta, Georgia, have now in store
and for sale
50 hhds. choice Bacon Hams, Sides and Shoulders;
50 bbls., cans and kegs choice Lard ;
1500 lbs. new live Geese Feathers;
300 bushels Oats;
100 bugs superfine and extra Flour;
25 hhds. fully fair to choice New Orleans Sugars;
To bbls. choice New Orleans Syrup;
150 whole, half and quarter boxes Candles;
50 boxes Virginia Tobacco ;
30 44 English Dairy, State and Goshen Cheese ;
100 bugs Salt (extra large bags) ;
100 boxes and barrels Lime;
30 bbls. Cement and Plaster;
100 bags Rio Coffee;
10 bales Factory Yarn, Ac. all of which we will sell
as low as the same articles can be bought in any oilier
market in Georgia. Kesp’y, SEAGO & ABBOTT,
Feb 25,1859 Grocers and Commission Merchants.
I. WINSHIP. s. Q. HOWELL.
WINSHIP & HOWELL, Wholesale Gro
cers and Commission Merchants, opposite Western
A Atlantic Rail Road Depot, will keep constantly
on hand a fine assortment of linv Orleans anti
Refined SUGARS, Coffee, Syrup, Molasses, Bacon,
Lard, Salt and other articles usually kept by Grocers and
Commission Merchants, which they will sell at very low
fibres. Jan 2S
JACKSON & BRO., Wholesale and Retail GRO
CERS, and dealers in Bacon, Lard, Flour, Grain and
Produce generally, Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
Art BOXES choice Star Candles, at 22c per lb. for sale by
“V Feb 4 JACKSON A BRO.
*7 A BOXES Tobacco, of different grades, from 15c to $1
< 0 per lb by the box. Feb 4 JACKRON A BRO.
9rt BBLS Irish Potatoes, just received and for sale low by
■Jw Feb 4 JACKSON A BRO.
-I A HHDS Molasses, for sale by JACKSON A BRO.
1U Feb 4
(j)Art LBS of Fine Teas, at lower prices than they have
ever been offered in this market. The ladies par
ticularly are invited to call and examine our teas.
Feb 4 JACKSON A BRoh_
(j)£ ftrtA CIGARS for sale by
Feb 25 JACKSON A BRO.
A Q AA A LBS. BACON for sale by
Ie))UUU Feb 25 JACKSON A BRO.
CHAPMAN & BRO., Wholesale andßetail
Groc 3rs, and dealers in PRODUCE GENERALLY,
. Whitehall street, Atlanta,Ga., will keep constantly on
hand a large and well selected Stock of Family
Groceries, consisting in nart of Sugar, Coffee, Molas
ses, Syrup, Salt, Fish, Soda, Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Tobacco,
Segars, Candles, Osnabergs. Shirting, Factory Yarns, Bag
ging, Rope, Ac. Also, Nails, Cutlery, Boots, Shoes, Leath
er, Corn Meal, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Feathers, Ac. Ac. All
of which will be sold Cheap for Cash. Jan 21
“I SACKS Extra and Superfine Flour, now in store
IDU and on sale. Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
Q D BOXES Adamantine and Star Candles.
OU Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
O DOZEN Buckets and 70 doz Brooms.
sCVJ Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
A D BOXES different grades Tobacco.
UKJ Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
A/Y AAA GHOICE Cigars of all grades. Some of
UU*UUU the excellent Newnnn brand.
Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
OD GROSS Matches for sale by
/C\J Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
i ")D BARRELS New Orleans Syrup.
eC\J Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
“J U HHDS Molasses shortly to arrive, and for sale cheap.
I U Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
1 AA SACK j choice Liverpool Salt, in store and for
1 UU sale. Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
2 ELEGANT Young Buggy and Saddle Horses, for sale
by Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
BACON, a choice lot, hog round.
Feb 18 CHAPMAN A BRO.
NEW LARD, in barrels and cans.
Feb 18 CHAPMAN A BRO.
ODD BUSHELS Choice Seed Oats, shortly to arrive.
/CUU Jan 21 CHAPMAN A BRO.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! “All
owing to the Popular Cash System !” At
HERRING’S OLD STAND, No. 40, Whitehall
To make room for a large Spring Stock of Cloth ing,
now being manufactured for this establishment, I will sell
the Stock of CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS, AT
CARPETS! CARPETS! I clip the following from the last
weekly Report of the New York market:
“CARPETS. —These goods have advanced, and are very
active, more goods being now ordered ahead, from several
of the mills, than the total stock on hand. First quality
three-ply are firm at $1 per yard.”
A splendid assortment of VELVETS, BRUSSELS, THREE
PLYS and INGRAINS on hand, which will be sold at a very
small advance on last Fall’s New York Cost.
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.— A large stock of
Philadelphia made Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, gentlemen’s
wear, which will be sold very low.
A large and well assorted stock of SADDLES, HARNESS,
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Ac. Ac. which will be sold cheap.
Dr. WM. L. CLEVELAND, Agent.
Atlanta, Jan 28,1859 ts
URNIXUBE WARE-ROOMS.—L A.
WILLIAMS, Manufacturer and Dealer in
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY,
On Peach-tree street, Cherokee Block,
Invites the public to visit his warehouse, where they have
a large supply of Furniture, moss and if air
Maitrasscs* hooking Glasses. Plates, Ac.
always on hand. The best workmen are employed in this
establishment—among them a first rate Upholsterer and a
tasteful Paperer of Rooms, who is prepared to do all work
of this description. Also, he will hang Window Cur
tains, with *r without Drapery, and Shade,, lay and
cut Carpets and Oil Cloth, and lay matting.
PAPER HANGINGS of every description for sale.
Panel Work , Oak Degraiim,
Fresco, Dhgilt and Velvet.
All work done warranted t give satisfaction.
AUantm. Feb 2>, 1819
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
CJTONE MOUNTAIN ENGLISH, CLAS-
SICAL AND THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. Rev. T. B.
COOPER, a. M. Principal.
Motto —Punctuality, order, diligence.
Aims —Politeness, learning, piety.
location —Beautiful, pleasant, healthy, accessible.
Pates of Tuition —sls, $25, $35 per annum.
Ten per cent, less, if paid in advanae.
Feb 25, 1859
Mount zion high school.
Male and Female.
W. J. Northen, A. M. Principal,
Miss J. F. Northen, Assistant.
Mrs. P. H. Burt, Instructress in Music.
This well known Institution has been in successful oper
ation, under its present organisation, five years. The
course of instruction is thorough, extensive and practical,
including all the branches of a complete collegiate educa
tion. The Pupils have the advantages of a well selected
Students can take the stage at Milledgeville or Gumming,
on the Georgia Rail Road. Circulars containing particu
lar information can be had by applying to the Principal.
Mt. Zion, Ga. Feb 4,1859 W. J. NORTHEN, Prin.
Rov. C. P. Beman, D. D. Mt Zion, Prof Sanford, Moreer University,
John L. Parana!, Esq. Clay Hill, John H. Newton, Esq. Athens,
Prof.Mell, D. D. University of Ga. Hon. James Thomas, Sparta,
Thomas Hunt, Esq. Clinton, It. A. MoComb, E,q. Milledgeviile
Dr. 11. n. Steiner, Aueusta, Prof Wise,Mercer University,
J. W.Hardison. Eeq. Powersvlile. Rev. L. A. Simonton.
FrenoisMcLendon,Esq.Danhurgh, Maj. Jamesßailv.Gainosville, Fls. |
Hon. W. W. Holt. Augusta, Prof Johnston, University of Ga.
Thomas Garrett,Esq. Colliers, SC Hon D. W. Lewis, Mt. Zion.
Eli 11. Baxter, Mount Zion. Sam'l Parks, Parkville,Tenn-
PbOf. S. S. Jaukuon, University of N. C.
January, 1859 12m
BROWNWOOD INSTITUTE, near La-
Grange, Ga. The Session for 1859 will be opened
on Monday, 10th January. It will consist of two terms—
one of six months, the otner of three.
William Johns, Principal and Proprietor, Instructor in
Political Economy, Moral and Mental Science.
Edward K. Dickson, Instructor in the Ancient Languages
and the Physical sciences.
D. P. Blackstonb, Instructor in Mathematics, Pure and
Rodney Dennis, Instructor in English Language andld.er- i
It. M. llbard and Lady, Boarding Department.
CHsiijj of pcotraoted absence, but not from tuition.
_ x . cUTTCINr Sc *3O ”wT “
< vO< >J.)S, (-3 farkfam'x Buildthg,) 23, Whitehall
J. Ir. CUTTING &, CO.,
No. 23, Whitehall st.
Offers anew and superb assortment of FASHIONA
m,i; goods, just received from market, consisting,
in part, of Silks, plain and figurea Bareges, printed Jaco
net, Muslins, Lawns, Ginghams, Prints, Lace Mantillas,
Shawls, Collars, Handkerchiefs, 4c. together with a large
assortment of Domestic Goods. March 18,1859
WM. H. BARNES k CO.
Successors to Barnes 4 Campbell, Aucticmeei-s
and Commission Merchant*. MODEL AUCTION
HOUSE, next door toGa. R. Bank, Atlanta, Ga. Agents for
the purchase and sale of Produce, Merchandize*
Real Estate, Dry Goods, 4c. 4c. -
A LARGE LOT OF
Fancy ITTodel Fancy
Staple HOUSE, Staple
Dry Goods Atlanta. Georain Dry Goods
Dry Goods AUalHa i fctorma. Dry (j 00(U
Dry Goods Dry Goods
Dry Goods, Dry Goods,
Always on hand,
For sale by the yard, bolt or case.
in any quantity and quality.
A few samples of Cioid. Jewelry, guaranteed to
be such, or no sale.
Agents for the celebrated “CALIFORNIA DIA
MONDS,” any style of setting ordered.
A few SELF-COCKING COLT’S REPEATERS.
Stencil Marking Plates, for merchants and others, cut
Country Merchants and others will find it to their ad
vantage to lay in their stocks through us, as we have es
tablished agencies in New York and Boston, and can ob
tain goods at much less than trade prices. Try us.
Parties at a distance wishing to sell goods, will find we
obtain fair prices. Our motto is, ‘‘casli Sales,
Consignments solicited. We can sell any kind of goods;
and as for buyers, there are plenty in this region of
Call at the “ Model Auction House,”
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want Dry Goods,
If you want Fancy Goods,
If you want a good Piano,
If you want to hear good music,
If you have a leisure moment,
Call, call, call, at
WM. H. BARNE3 4 CO’S Model Auction House.
Retail sales during ttie day by Thos. Dover Wright, our
Popular Salesman, who will be happy to attend to the
Auction every night, rain or shine, by the well
known firm of
W. H. BARNES & CO.
March 11, IS5* ly
New and rich goods!
We have now in store
THE LARGEST AND RICHEST STOCK
OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
we have ever exhibited in this city. There is probably no
better stock of DRY GOODS IN GEORGIA.
Having been bought largely for cash, and at the lowest
package prices, they will be sold AS CISI3AI* AS
GOODS CANT RE SOLD ANYWHERE UV
THE SOUTH, FOR CASH.
BEACH k ROOT,
New Iron Front Stores, Whitehall st.
Book and music store.-j. j. Rich
ards 4 CO. keep a Wholesale and Retail Cheap Cash
Book, Music and Fancy Store, on Whitehall street, Atlanta.
Orders per mail promptly attended to. Established No
vember 1, 1555 Janl,lSs9 ly
Book store.—new store,
New Goods and Ne,v Arrangements!
Rooks and Stationery.
The undersigned is increasing his stock of Books and
Stationery by every steamer from the North, and is also in
receipt of-the New Publications of the principal publishing
houses, as soon as issued from the press. He offers for sale
at low prices 100 reams Folio Post, Cap, Letter, Note and
Commercial Note Paper.
best qualities of Tissue and Drawing Paper, Music Paper,
Bristol Board, Bill Paper, Blotting Paper, Envelops of all
sixes and qualities: also, the
Blank Books of all qualities, together with all the staple
articles of Stationery usually found in a
such as Counting house, School, Fancy and Pocket Ink
stands, Portfolios, Backgammon and Chess Boards, Chess
Men, Portmonies, Pocket Books, Single and Double Slates,
Erasing Knives, Paper Folder.-, Pen Racks, Steel and Quill
Pens, Mucilage, all the best brands of Writing, Copying
and Indelible Inks, Visiting and Playing Cards, all war
ranted as good and at as low prices as can be found
IN THE CITY.
Also, Bill Files, India Rubber Rings, Quills, Sealing Wax,
red, black, fancy and white; India Ink, Drawing Slates,
Crayons, Crayon Holders, Black Sand, Sand Boxes, Bill
Head Boxes, Calendars, 4c. All of which will be sold at
the lowest prices, by WM. KAY* Agent.
White Hall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
N. B. —Please remember the location, the nearest Store
to the general Passenger Depot and all the Hotels.
Ten Thousand Copies for sale of the Full and Complete
Confession of RADFORD J.. ROCKETT, of the Murder of
Samuel Landrum, on the McDonough road, near Atlanta,
Ga. on the Bth day of April, 1858, in which is detailed all
the particulars of that dreadful tragedy—John Cobb, Jr.
and Gabriel Jones (according to this confession) being ac
complices and participants in the murder and highway
robbery. To which is added a brief history of the short,
eventful and romantic career of young Crockett, who was
executed in the 21st year of his age, Atlanta, Ga. Pub
lished by WM KAY, Agent, August, 1858.
The trade supplied at low rates. Atlanta, Jan 14—ly
Gorham’s Violin Attachment,
PATENTED NOVEMBER 4TH, 185 T.
The subscribers, being exclusive owners of this valuable
improvement, hereby call the attention of all performers
on the violin to its advantages. The object of this inven
tion is to enable ordinary performers, who finger only in
the usual keys, (say one, two and three sharps, or G, D
and A,) to execute music in ai.l the keys, fingering in all
those only to which they have been accustomed. It is the
invention of a scientific musician,and enables any performer
to play successfully in the most difficult keys, without the
expense of time and trouble necessary to attain scientific
skill. The variety of tone which it gives an instrument is
Teally surprising; and by its aid the violin can be tuned
in unison with any other instrument. It will enable any
violin to be brought up to “ concert pitch,” without danger
of breaking the strings; and to one who plays much, the
saving, in this respect, would pay lor the “attachment.”
It is so simple that any one can understand how to apply
it, and it can be attached or detached in a moment, with
out defacing the instrument. The attachment, with direc
tions, will be sent, free of expense, to any one inclosing
Three Dollars to R. 8. WILLIAMS A CO.
Feb 4,1859 8m Bairdstown, Ga.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, 4c.
New Store! New Goods!
M’ARTHOK, BURR & WADSWORTH,
Dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, House-Furnishing Goods,
Mechanics’ Tools, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Japanned, Bri
tania and Plain and Tin Ware, Wood and Willow Ware,
Having fitted up their new Iron-Front Store, on White
hall street, directly opposite Mr. G. H. Daniel’s Family
Grocery, the undersigned are prepared to furnish any ar
ticle in their line, CHEAP FOR CASH. They respectfully
solicit an inspection, by the Public, of their Goods and
Prices. Their stock embraces almost every article of com
mon use, besides many that are new to this part of the
Their stock of Cooking, Parlor, Office and Box Stoves
is very large and varied, embracing many new and beau
They are constantly manufacturing, to order and for the
trade, every description of Plain Tin Ware, of which they
will keep constantly on hand a general assortment.
jCßr*Particular attention given to Roofing's Gut
tering and Repairing.
McARTHOR, BURR k WADSWORTH.
East side of Whitehall Street,
Jan 21 ly Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta steam bakery and con-
FKC riONERY.— The subscribers have re
cently connected with their Confectionery, a large
Cracker Machine and Steam Engine,
which enables them to furnish their friends and patrons in
the up-country with Butter, Boston and Soda Crackers,
always fresh, at rates fully twenty per cent, lower than
the same can be laid down from Savannah or Charleston.
The CANDIES manufactured by them are
already well known to dealers and consumers. A compar
ison of their manufacture is challenged with those made
elsewhere, North or South.
They also keep constantly on hand, a large stock of
NUTS, TOYS, AC.
Also, Cigars of all grades, from $6 to |4O per 1000
refined and barrel Sugars, comprising a general stoc
for the supply of Country Confectioners, at as low rates as
can be afforded elsewhere in the State.
*** Balls, public or private parties, furnished to order, at
short notice, with every description of Cake, Fruit, Ac. of
the best quality. Orders from the city and country res
pectfully solicited. IMMEL, CUNNINGHAM A CO.
Ftb 25, 1809
Atlanta medical college.
Annual Announcement of Lectures:
The Fifth Conrse of Lectures In this Institution will com
mence the Ist Monday in May next, and con
tinue until the last of the following August.
ALEXANDER MEANS, M. D. Prof, of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
11. W. BROWN, M.D.Pr, sos Anatomy.
JOHN W. JONES, M. D. l’rol. of Practice of Medicine and General
W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D. Pnf. of Principles of Practice o
T.S S i®Su, . D. Prof, of Obstetrics. f
J. P. LOGAN, M. D. Prof, of Physiology, and Diseasesof Women and
J. G. WESTMORELAND, M. D. Prof, of Materia Medioa and Me
Practical Anatomy under the immediate direction of the
Professor of Anatomy.
It will be observed that General Pathology has been
transferred to the Chair of Praotice, and Diseases of Wo
men pnd Children added to that of Physiology.
The Dissecting Room supplied, as usual, with good ma
‘I'EES. 1 "For the Course
¥J. McDANIEL, Attorney at Law. Office in Dr. Pow
T D. MATTHEWS, Attorney at Law, Lexington, Ga.
Oi will practice in the counties of Oglethorpe, Hart, El
bert, Wilkes, Taliaferro, Warren, Hancock, Greene and
Clarke. Feb 18 6m
n. h. walker. a. and. m’danikl.
WALKER 4 McDANIEL, Attorneys at Law, Monroe,
Walton county, Ga. Feb 11,1858
JOHN M. DYSON, Attorney at Law, Thomaeville ; Ga.
will promptly attend to all business entrusted to him in
the countios of Thomas, Lowndes, Brooks and Colquitt.
Jan 1, 1859 ly
GEO. S’ THOMAS, Attorney at Law. Office in Smith’s
Building, East sfde of WhitehaU street, Atlanta, Ga.
DH. SANDERS, Attorney at Law, Albany, Ga. will
• practise in the counties of Dougherty, Sumter, Lee
Randolph, Calhoun, Early, Baker, Decatur and Worth.
Jan 1 ly
B T. PERKINS, Attorney at Law, Greenesboro, Ga. will
• practise in the counties of Greene, Morgan. Putnam,
Oglethorpe, Taliaferro, Hancock, Wilkes and Warren.
JAMES BROWN, Attorney at Law, Fancy Hill, Murray
County, Ga. April 30,1857.
KING 4 LEWIS, Attorneys at Law, Greenesboro, Ga.
The undersigned, having associated themselves togeth
er in the practise of law, will attend to all business in
trusted to their care, with that promptness and efficiency
which long experience, united with industry, can secure.
Offices at Greenesboro, Ga. and five miles west of White
Plains, Greene county, Ga.
Y. p. king. [July 1,1858.] m. w. LEWIS.
WHIT G. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law, Augusta, Ga.
will promptly attend to all business intrusted to his
professional management in Richmond and the adjoining
counties. Office on Mclntosh Street, three doors below
Reference —Thos.lt. R. Cobb, Athens, Ga.
June 14 ly
ROGER L. WHIGHAM, Louisville, Jefferson county, Ga.
will give prompt attention to any business intrusted to
nis care, in the following counties: Jefferson, Burke, Rich
mond, Columbia, Warren, Washington, E anuel, Mont
gomery, Tatnall and Scriven.
April 26,1556. ts
LEONARD T. DOYAL, Attorney at Law, Griffin, Ga. will
practise law in the following counties: Henry, Spaul
ding, Butts, Newton, Fayette, Fulton, DeKalb, Pike and
Monroe. Feb 24
DOYALL 4 CAMPBELL, Attorneys at Law, Griffin, Ga.
will practice in the Superior Courts of Spaulding, Butts,
Newton, Henry, Monroe, Upson, Pike, Meriwether and
Fayette counties, and in the Supreme Court at Atlanta.
We give strict attention to Collections, and will attend
to business in any portion of the State.
l. t. doyal Jan 7, 1859 s. m. Campbell
Land and intelligence office,
permanently established in Atlanta, Ga. by Dell
Ac Pittman, General Business Agents. Prompt
attention given to Buying, Selling and Renting City Prop
erty, Hiring Negroes and filling orders for Goods.
Insurance Policies given in First Class Insurance Com
Having Check Maps and Drawings of Cherokee and Low
er Georgia, our friends and the public are invited to call
when they wish and examine them.
Up and Low Country Lands bought and sold.
tSfOne of the firm being an Attorney at Law, will give
special attention to Conveyancing, Executing Interrogato
ries, Investigating Legal Instruments and Collecting Claims
of SIOO and more.
Letters of Inquiry, inclosing a reasonable sum for the
service to be rendered, will be promptly and fully answered.
under Concert Hall, opposite the Georgia
Rail Road Bank Agency, (up-stairs.)
MARCUS A. BELL. [Jan 1, IS59] DANIEL PITMAN.
SIBLEY, BOGGS & CO. Wholesale and
Retail dealers in CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, CI
GARS, &c. 276 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
Feb 18, 185S ts
HEARD & DERRY, Warehouse and
Commission Merchants, Augusta, Ga. having entered
into co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on the
Storage and Commission Business in all of its branches, re
spectfully solicit consignments of Cotton and other pro
duce ; also, orders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMILY
SUPPLIES. Their strict, personal attention will be given
to the business.
All the faclities due from factors to patrons shall be
granted with a liberal hand. ISAAC T. HEARD
July 22, 1858. WM. C. DERRY.
REES & LINTON will continue the
WAREHOUSE and COMMISSION BUSINESS at their
old stand on Jackson Street. Will devote their personal
attention to the STORAGE and sale of COTTON, BACON,
Liberal cash advances made when required ; and all or
ders for FAMILY SUPPLIES, BAGGING, ROPE, 4c. filled
at the lowest market price.
JOHN C. REES. [Aug 12] SAMUEL D. LINTON.
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO. Grocers
and Cotton Factors, opposite the Globe Hotel, Au
gnsta,Ga. continue, as heretofore, in connection with their
GROCERY BUSINESS, to attend to the sale of COTTON
and other produce.
They will be prepared, in the BRICK FIREPROOF
WAREHOUSE now in process of erection in the front of
their store, at the intersection of Jackson and Reynolds
streets, to receive on storage all consignments made them.
Liberal cash advances made on Produce in store, when
requested. ANTOINE POULLAIN,
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
Aug 19—6 m ISAIAH PURSE.
JJ. PEARCE, Warehouse and Commis
• sion Merchant, Augusta, Ga. The undersigned,
thankful for the liberal patronage extended to him for a
series of years, would inform his friends and the public,
that he will continue at bis same well known Brick Ware
house on Campbell Street, near Bones, Brown & Co’s Hard
ware House, where, by strict, personal attention to all bu
siness intrusted to his care, he hopes to receive a share
of the public patronage.
CASH ADVANCES, BAGGING, RCPE and FAMILY SUP
PLIES, will be forwarded to customers as heretofore, when
desired. [Augusta, Ga. Aug 19—Cm.
Light i light ! danford &
BAILY’S Patent Non-Explosive, Self-Generating
Gas-Light. The public is now favored with the best
and ■* Most Economical Light” that can be produced.
Among the various experiments to approximate artificial
lignt to the pure and mellow light of the natural sun, none
have proved successful until the Non-Explosive, Self-Gene
rating GAS-LIGHT was invented. This light is adapted
to churches, hotels, vessels, railroads, colleges, private
dwellings, and in fact everywhere, where there is a
light needed—and only requires a trial to test its Superior
Advantages over all others. The substance used in gen
erating Gas is the common burning fluid, and the burner
is so simple in its construction that it requires but little
time and ingenuity to keep it in good runnmg order. The
burner forms its ovrn gas, being evaporasive and decom
posed by its own colorification. Unlike the ordinary fluid
lamp, it does not throw off unconsumed carbon, but it
forms from the fluid ‘Pure Hydro-Carbon Gas’ —all of
which is conveyed through the generator, not leaving any
substance to escape unconsumed.
Our Patent Burner can be fitted to any ordinary fluid
lamp or oil lamp, without the least possible danger of ex
plosion, as they are so constructed that to explode one of
them would be utterly impossible. They ore considered,
by thousands using them, to be as safe, if not safer, than
the oil lamp or candle, as there are no sparks flying from
the flame, and gives precisely the same shaped light as you
get from coal gas.
We wish to oe distinctly understood, that the gas lamp
will give the same amount of light as seven first quality
stearins candles, For only One Cent, per
The subscribers having purchased the exclusive right to
sell the above Lamp in the County of Greene, would res
pectfully inform their friends and the public that they will
have, in a few days, a large assortment of Parlor, Hall,
Store, Office and Studying Lamps, at all prices.
Also, a large number of the Futon t liurner, when
they will be prepared to fit them to Old Lamps of every
description. A. L. JOHNSON 4 CO.
Greenesboro, Ga. May 1,1858.
Dentistry, drs. Morgan & m c -
GREGOR, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentists ,Penfield,
Ga. would inform the citizens of Greene and adjoining
counties, that they are prepared to perform any operation
pertaining to their profession, with neatness and despatch.
They will insert from one to an entire set of teeth, which,
for beauty, durability, comfort, and masticating, will com
pare with any either in this country or in Europe. It is
their intention to please, and where perfect satisfaction
is not given, they will make no charge.
Any call from the country that may be tendered them
will meet with their prompt attention.
L. W. MCGREGOR.
t3F*They refer to Dr. John B. Murphey, of Rome, Ga.
Dr. C. B. Lombard, Athens. “
JS. BARNWELL, MANUFACTURER OF
Saddles, Harness, Trunk-, Ac. Ac.
* has permanently established himself in the Town of
PENFELD. He is in receipt of a Fine Lot of Material, and
will constantly keep on hand a good assortment of
AY agon, C one It and Buggy Harness of
I/is -Own and the best Northern Make.
B3P - All Jobs put up in the most workmanlike manner
and of the best material.
Repairing done at the shortest notice.
Jan. 28, 1858.
DROPSY CURED! —The undersigned proposes
to cure Dropsy of every description. He can Be seen
personally five miles South of Union Point, or addressed
by letter at Union Point, Greene county, Ga. The medi
cine can be sent anywhere, with directions for giving it,
or I will attend personally, if requested and paid for ray
trouble. I will buy negroes afflicted with Dropsy, or cure
them, as the owner may prefer. Satisfactory references
given, if desired. MILES G. BROOME.
State of Georgia, Greene County:
This is to certify that my father had a negro man af
flicted with dropsy in 1853; he had been treated by several
physicians without any cure, when he applied to M. G.
Broome for his remedy, whioh cured him. lie is still living
and in good health. Jan 21, 1853. H. CHAMPION.
Union Point, Greeas c. May 14,1857.
This is to certify that I had a negro woman badly afflic
ted with Dropsy for a considerable time. She was attended
by several physicians; they failed to make a cure. I
heard of Mr. G.Beoome and put her under his treatment,
and in less than a year she was thoroughly cured of Drop
sy. JAMES DA VAN TANARUS, Penfleld, Ga.
nURES GUARANTEED! CANCERS and SCROFULA
(j Cured ! One hundred and thirteen cases crned in
1857. Pamphlets containing testimonials of the highest
cliuracter as to his success, will he forwarded to any that
may wish them. Those wishing to test the efficacy of Dr,
Clonton’s Wonderful Rcmeities, must give
a correct description of the disease —its appearance in its
incipient stage, progress, present condition, location, Ac.
a three cent postage stamp must accompany all commu
nications. Address, J. A. CLOPTON, M. D.
DR. R. J. MASSEY.] [W. A. LANSDELL.
Massey & lansdell,
(Successors to A. Alexander,)
WHOLESALE 4 HSTAIL DEALERS IN
’Paints, Oils, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, h
Cigars, Surgical and Dental 4c.
3 Doors South Beach fe Boot, Whitehall etc. Atlanta. , Ga.
Respectfully announce to the citizens o\ Atlanta and
vicinity, that they are now prepared to fill arlw order with
which they may be favored. Li addition to IhAJarge stock
bought of Dr Alexander, they will constantly receive from
the most reliable wholesale and manufacturing Rouses
North, the purest Drugs and. Medicines. ,A—-—„
They will keep every thing connected with their busi
ness, and propose to sell upon as accommodating terms as
any Southern house.
Dr. J. G. Laird, long and favorably known as an able
and experienced Druggist, will be happy to meet his friends
at the above establishment. Feb 4,1859.
C A HD.—ln retiring from the Drug Business in At
lanta, I take occasion to return my thanks to my
friends for the liberal patronage bestowed upon me, and
to solicit a continuance in behalf of my successors, Messrs.
Massey 4 Lansdell, at the old stand of
Feb 4,1859 A. ALEXANDER.
IIAVILAND, CIHCHESTER & CO.
208 Broad stieet, two doors from Globe
Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
J. C. IIAVILAND, HAVILAND, STEVENSON 4 CO.
T. W. CHICHESTER No. 23, Hayne Street,
G. B. OLMSTEAD,
H. S. SHELTON, Charleston, S. C.
Importers and Jobbers of CHOICE DRUGS.
SELECTED MEDICINES, Pure Chemical#
Essential Oils, Medicinal Extracts, Fine Perfu
mery and Fancy Soaps, Patent Medicines, Sur
gical Instruments, Trusses, Druggists’ Glass
ware, Dye-Stuffs, together witli jyery article
comprising the Stock of a Druggist or Physician
j&S-Druggists, Physicians, Country Merchants
and Dealers generally, who pride themselves on
dealing in Medicines of the First Quality, may
rely upon being suited.
fiSAf Orders solicited and promptly attended toY
Agents for the celebrated Columbian Bitters.
Jan 7, 1859 ly
JACKSON STREET HOSPITAL
and Surgical Infirmary for Negroes,
Augusta, Ga. The undersigned would respectfully
call the attention of Planters and Slave-owners generally,
to their very complete and extensive establishment in Au
gusta, Georgia, for the accommodation of Negroes requir
ing Surgical Operations or Treatment in Chronic Diseases,
and also Fernal” Diseases so common to Negroes.
The building is situated corner of Jackson and Ferwick
streets, between the Georgia and the Savannah Rail Road
Depots, and in sight of both. It is, therefore, convenient
for the reception of patientsVrom a distance. In its con
struction. throughout the entire plan, was kept in view
the special purpo es to which it is applied; being furnished
with every thing which can conduce to the Comfort of the
Sick. It is supplied with Hot and Cold, and Shower Baths,
and has Water Closets in each story, to avoid fatigue and
exposure to the patients. It is also well ventilated and
lighted with gas. With the constant attendance of male
and female nurses, the patient will he saved much of the
suffering which, too often, is the result of unavoidable.
• neglect in the treatment of negroes in. ordinary private
Terms. —For board, lodging and nursing, per month,slo.
For all necessary medical attendance, surgical operations,
4c. the same as in ordinary city practice.
addressed to us at this place will meet with
prompt attention. -a. .
11. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon.
R CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
Augusta, Feb 5, 1858 ly
PLUMB & LEITNER, DRUG
GISTS AND APOTHECARIES, Augusta, Ga. Whole
sale and Retail Dealers in Pure Medicines, Cherniy
cals, Drugs, Paints, Oils, French and American Window
Glass, Varnishes, Putty, Paint Mills, Gold Leaf,
Sponge, choice Brandies and Wines for medical purposes,
Fine Shaving and Toilet Soap, Foreign and Domestic
Handkerchief Extracts and Cologne W'ater, Ground Sjfcces,
Flavoring Extracts, Landreth’s Garden Seeds—
Together with every other atticie usually kept tortheir
line —all of which they offer at Wholesale and Ksail, on
as liberal terms as can be had at any other establishment.
Jan 22, 18‘8-ly J -
Grover &. baker’s sewingXma-
CHINES. Reasons why the Grover 4 Baker Jawing
Machine is universally preferred for family sewksig:
1. It is more simple and easier kept in order than
2d. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel, though
every third stitch is cut.
3d. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thus all trou
ble of winding thread is avoided, while the same machine
can be adapted at pleasure, ly a mere change of spool ,
to all varieties of work.
4th. The same machine runs silk, linen thread and com
mon spool cotton with equal facility.
sth. The seem-is as elastic as the most elastic fabric; so
that it is free from all liability to break in washing, iron
ing or otherwise.
6th. The stitcli made by this machine is more beantifixl
than any other made either by hand or machine.
For sale by THOS. P. STOVALL,
April 29-ts AUGTSTA, GA.
George a. oates & bro.
Dealers in Piano Fortes, Books, Music, 4c. 4c. Broad
Street, between the United States and Globe Hotels,
Augusta, Ga. respectfully invite the attention of their
friends and the public generally, to their large and well
selected stock of Piano Fortes, from the following celebra
ted manufactories, for which they are Bole agents, vix:
Bacon 4 Raven, A. H. Gale 4 Cos. Hazleton 4 Bros. N. YV
and Halleto, Davis 4 Cos. Boston, which, for sweetness
tone and durability, cannot be excelled. It is useless to
say more in their favor, as they are too well known to
need puffing. Piano Fortes of any Maker or style ordered,
at the lowest prices. Their assorment of Music is very
large. Also, always on hand, a supply of Melodeong, Gui
tars, Violins, Flutes, Accordeons. Also, all kinds of Brass
Instruments, suitable for a full Band, besides every thing
in tlie Music Line.
558’“A1l the New Books and Music received as soon as
£3§T"l’ersons at a distance ordering from us, can depend
upon getting a good article, as we make it a point to keep
goods of the best quality, and such as we can recommend
and warrant in every respect.
N. B.—For the satisfaction of persons who may want to
order, not having an opportunity of visiting the city, we
refer, with pleasure, to the following gentlemen, who have
purchased from us, and who have cheerfully allowed their
names to be used. be added, but space
will not allow it: w.
Dr Alex Means, former
Rev J 11. Echols, “ “ Mad Fem College.
Dr E E Jones, Madison,Ga.
Judge N L Hutciiins, Lawrenceville.
J. L. Reid, Esq. Eatonton, Ga.
W. Gatewood, Esq. Putnam Cos Ga.
May 12,1555 ly
in ALL STOCK ! 1858 ! BURCH &
I"I ROBERT, (at the old stand of J. W. Burch)
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, SCHOOL
SACIIELS, Ac. &c. opposite Adams’ Express Cos. Augusta
Ga. A general and well selected assortment of Goods in
the above line constantly on hand. Their SHOES are
made especially for the retail trade, and will be sold upon
We offer our Goods at NEW YORK PRICES, freight added.
Augusta, Nov 4,1858 [3mos
ALL AND WINTER STYLES!
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas, at
Wholesale and Retail. GEO. W. FERRY is now
prepared to greet his customers with a No. 1 assortment of
Gent’s fall style Moleskin and Cassimere Hats,
“ “ “ French and American Felt Hats,
Youths’ and boys’ Hats and caps, every variety,
Children’s fancy Hats and Caps, elegant styles,
Silk, velvet, chenille, lace and Straw Bonnets,
Silk, Scotch gingham and paragon Uumbreilas,
Mens’ and Boys’ Wool Hats, great variety of quality
These goods are direct firom the manufacturers, made
expressly for this market, and can be sold as low as the
same goods can be bought anywhere. CALL AND SEE.
GEO. W. FERRY,
Masonic Hall Buildings,
Sept 23,1858 Augusta, Ga.
Are offered at Cost, from date, FOR CASH.
Feb. 18 tt BEACH & ROOT.
ORDINARY’S NOTICES-GREKNE CO,
GEORGIA, GREENE COUNTY: Whereas William w.
Brooks, executor of the last will and testament of
Richard Olive, deceased, petitions the Court of Ordinary
of said county for Letters of Dismission :
These ore therefore to cite and admonish all persona
concerned to show cause (if any they have) why said ex
ecutor should not be discharged at the Court of Ordinary
to be he'd in and sot said county on the first Monday its
Given under my hand at office in Greenesboro’, Sept.
13, 185S. EUGENIUS L. KING, Ond.
Sept 16 6m
TIEORGIA, G REENE COUNTY.—Whereas J ames Watson,
VT administrator upon the.estate of Mrs. Martha Wat
son, deceased, petitions the’ Court of Ordinary of said
county for Letters Dismissory from said estate:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all persons con
cerned to show cause (if any they have) why said ad
ministrator should not be discharged at the Court of Ordi
nary to bs held in and for said county on the first Monday
in April, 1859.
Given under my hand at office in Greenesboro’, Sept.
22,1858. [Sept 30] EUGENIUS L. KING, Ord.
Gr o n in is tra tor de bonis non, with the will aline**,
ed, upon the estate of WilliamJVatsini, de*ceased^petitions