yand Teinperaxice Crusader
READ AND BELIEVE.
New Yovk, April 12, 1*3*
W. K. IIm\5, E*q.—Dear Sir: About five months »iu
I bought two tattles of your Hair Restorative, and am now
desirous of obtaining more, and would inquire where it may
be found here. My hair, when young, turned gray. 1 have
used a number of article* for the purpose of restoring it,
but did not succeed until I obtained this, which produced the
desired effect. I have been requested by a number of my
friends (among them several ladies) to procure it if possible.
I am much pleased with it, for it baa made a great Im
provement in my personal appearance. By answering this
you will ninth oblige,
Yours very respectfully,
H. C. GOODRICH,
Steamer Bridgeport, Peck Ship, New York.
Romemtar that this result was produced by HE1M-
STREETri Inimitable, Amuginof and only reliable Hair
Price fifty cents am^B dollar a bottle. Sold every
where, by all Druggists. ▼
W. K. HAGAN k CO, Proprietors, Troy, N. Y.
G EO. S. TII0MA8. Attorney at Law. Office, in Smith s
Building, Kart wide «»f Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
Also, Agent for Martin’s Ga. Reports. Jan 1.1869
Whitehall and Peters streets, offers his professional
* services to the citizens of Atlanta and vicinity.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
vR. T. S. POWELL.—Office In his residence, on Marietta
II. SANDERS, Attorney at Law, Albany, Ga. will
' e counties of Dougherty, Sumter, ’ M
Early, Baker, Decatur ami Worth.
the building North of the Georgia Rail Road
J RS. TALIAFERRO k THOMAS.-
► Calls will l>c r
day and night.
k K. W. CRAVEN, SUBGEOX Dextists.—Office over
Store, opposite Beach k Root's Iron
hitchall street. Ministers of the Gospel]
ixirtor*, charged half price. Feb 4 ly
T7I J. k K. W.C
Pj. G. II. Daniel
Front Building, W1
TO PKBdEftVE A XU DRESS THE IIAIR.—<
dressings for the hair ever invented is Burnett’* Cocoaihe.
It is well known that there is a principle in Cocoa-Nut Oil,
owing to which the hair of the natives of the South Seas,
who use it, remains glossy and never falls off. Bnrnett has
great improved this oil by chemical purication, and it now
not only thoroughly cleans the hair, forming a lather when
rubbed on, but keeps it glossy, slightly damp and in form as
brushed for a long time. Ladies dressing their hair elabor
ately, for the evening, will find that it will keep it in shape
for hours. Its qualities as preventing the hair from falling
are truly remarkable.—Philadelphia Bulletin.
For sale at 50c per bottle.
Sold in Atlanta, by nunnicutt k Taylor; also, bv J. K.
and J. L. Hamilton, and by druggists in all the principal
towns and cities. May 9 2wdlw
TIIE OXYGENATED BITTERS.
Dynjicpiia, Indigestion, Heart Burn, Water Brash
J OHN M. DYSON, Attorney at Law, Thomasville, Ga.
w ill promptly attend to all business entrusted to him
n the counties of Thomas, Lowndes, Brooks and Colquitt.
Jan 1,1859 ly
• professional services to
"Office at tlio Drug Store of Massey k Lanmlell. Resi
dence, Decatur street, between Collius and Calhoun.
’^yASHISiGTOW H.U, By E. R. SiratUI L (9up-
W. J. NORTJIKN, A. M. Principal.
MISS J. F. NORTHKN, Mathematics.
A. D. SIIARPB. A. B. Latin and French.
MRS. P. H. BURT, 1 ust rue tress iu Music.
This well known Institution has been in successful oper*
Jon, under its preseni organization, five years. The course
of instruction is thorough, extensivo and practical, inclu
ding all the branches of a complete collcgiato education.
The pupils have the advantages of a well selected Appara
Students can take tho stage at MilledgcvilleorCumming,
l the Georgia Rail Road. Circulars containing particular
information can l*o had by applying to tho principal.
v. C. P. Reman, D. D. Mt. Zion, John L. Paschal. Esq.
Clay Hill, Prof. Mell, 1>. D. University of Ga., Thou. Hunt.
Esq., Clinton, Dr. 1(. H. Steiner, Augusta, J. W. Hardison,
Esq. PowergvIUe, Francis McLendon, Esq. Danburgh, Hon.
W. W. Holt, August^ Thomas Gurrctt, Esq. Colliers, S. C.
EH II. Baxter. Mount Zion, Prof. Sanford, Mercer Univer
sity, John II. Newton, Esq. Athens, llou. James Thomas,
Sparta, K. A. McCouib, Esq., Milledgevillu, Prof. Wise,
Mercer University, Rev. L. A. Simontou, Moj. James Daily,
Gainesville, Fla., Prof. Jolinstou, University of Ga., Hon. D.
W. Lewis, Bit. Zion, Sim'l Parks, Parkavilie, Tenn., Prof. S.
S. Jackson, University of N. C.
January, 184*). W. J. NORTHERN, Prin.
I. By E. R. 6A88U9, .
cessor to J. J. Thrasher,) ATLANTA, G A.
... .i. Saescen, former propie tor of “town Uooso 1 *
Dalton, Oa; also, “Supper House,” at Calhoun, Ga. Old
friends, take notice hereof, and govern youraelves accord-
iqgly. [June 17—4f
milE GREATEST Redaction ever mad# in
.1 Standard Sewin*'* *“ *
the IMPROVED BAR':
reduction of $20.
P. 8. The New Strsig
T R. RIPLEY, Dealer in CROCKERY, CHINA,
. QUEEN’S WARE, Ac., pressed and cut Glassware,
Looking-Glasses, Looking Glass Plate, Silver Plated Casters,
Forks, Spoons, Tea Sets, Knives, Mugs, Ac. and fine Table
Also, Lamps, Lanterns, Burning Fluid aud Camphene,
wholesale or retail. Good bargains can be had for CAS H.
March 18,1859 ly
. Auctioneer,, 274 Broad St. Augusta, Geo. will
give his best attention to tho sale of all consignment* of
Bacon, Lard, Grain and Merchandise of all descriptions.
Prompt returns iuudo ou all occasions, liberal advance*
mado when desired, charges reasonable.
Augusta, Feb. 8, wly.
T KVERTFemale Seminary ,Talbot-
-™— A too, Ga.—The exercises of the above named school will
be resumed on the Third Moxdet ix January next, with a
full corps of instructors. Its design is to furnish young ladies
with Ihcilities for acquiring a thorough and complete edu
cation, equal to any in mo r* v — T ‘ ‘ “ I
ther particulars, address i
i northern latitudes. For fur-
i at Talbottou.
W. B SEALS.
oh her suspicions ot Ins infidelity ^
" /alls. Upon recovering, xlic thinks it tho
IlMllllIld' nAlmiti! if 7a vt*rv imivrn/lpr
l«ft, plan! for wives not to
Site iiftinns' it is very imprudent and unwise ior women
ADVICE TO TIIE LADIES.
A prettv hand and a pretty foot always go together. Ss
When we speak of one we always think of the other. <9
For ttils reason, stepping on a woman’s foot is equivalent to squeezing her
hand, and equally proper, hut sometimes more convenient, as it can be done un
der the table. He careful, however, never to attempt it at a crowded table, ior
fear of making a mistake. We once saw a lady very- much contused, who was
trviii"- to "ive a signal to a gentleman opposite, and instead of his, she tTod an 1
pressed onthe corn covered toes of an old bachelor. lie boro « as long as he
could. when he verv quietly remarked: . .
s. Madame, when you wish to tread on a irentleman’s toes, he particular ana
get i he foot that belongs to him—for the last five minutes you have been jamming
mv corns most unmercifully.”
DOWN ON TIIE 11.LITE RATE.
The man that don’t take the papers was in town yesterdav. He brought lus
whole family in a two horse wagon. He still believed that General Taylor was
President, and wanted to know if the “Kamschatkid,” had taken t nba, and if so,
where thev had taken it. He had sold his corn for twenty-five cents—the price
beiic thirty one—but upon going Lo deposit his money, they told him it was
mostly counterfeit. The only hard money he had was some three cent pieces, and
those some sharper had run on him for half dimes! His old lady was smokincr a
” eob pipe,” and would not believe that anything else conld be used. One ot the
hoys went to a blacksmith shop for a pair of shoes, and another mistook the
market house for a church. After hanging his hat on the meat hook, he pious y
took a seat on a butcher’s stall, and listened to an auctioneer, whom lie took to
be the preacher. He left before “ meetin’ was out,” and had no great opinion ot
the “sarmint.” One of the girls took a lot of “seed onions” to the post omee to
trade for a letter. She had had a baby, which she carried in a “sugar trough,
stopping at. times to.rock it on tlio sidewalk; when it cried, she stuffed its mouth
with mfold stocking, and sang “Barbara Allen.” The oldest, bey sol. 1 two “coon
skins,” and was on a “bust.” When last seen he had called for a glass ot so. a
and water,” and stood soaking gingerbread and making wry faces. lhe suop-
keeper, mistaking his meaning, had given him a mixture ot sal soda and water,
and it tasted strongly of soap. But he’d beam tell of soda and water, an.l was
bound to give it a trial. Some “town fellow” came in and called tor lemonade
with a “fly in it,” whereupon our “soaped” friend turned his back ana quietly
wiped several flies into his drink. We approached the old gentleman and tried to
oet him to “subscribe,” but he would not listen to it. He was opposed to “inter
nal improvements,” and he tl.ought “lamin’ was a wicked inwentiou, and culter-
watun notliin'Jbut wanitv and wexation.” None ot his family ever learned to
read, bnt one f‘ and he tcached school awhile, and theji went to study dwmity.
Stomach. Jaundice, Flatulency, General Debility, Ac„ fintl
a. ready relief ami speedy cure in tin* great remedy.
»y many a ho nave been cured of tli® above
!k> tho only uirsHrlne which the materia
for tlicir infallible cure. It is not an alco
holic preparation, which, while giving a momentary stimu
lus, reduced the system in the same ratio; but one distinct
and different from any medical preparation ever com
pounded, and which will, in moat cases, extract the disease
by the roots and restore the patient to pristine health. In
proof of which, testimony of the very highest and unex
ceptionable character is presented.
We call the attention of the reader to the following letter
from President >*mith, of Wesleyan • Diversity
Middletown, Conn., Feb. 28.1859.
Messrs. Seth W. Fowu; A Co.:
Gentlemen:—I first made use of the Oxtoejtated Bitters
seme sevenor eight years since. Having suffered for twenty
years from a form of Dyspepsia, which was attended with a
nervous headache, on an average of not less than one flay
in a week. I was induced by the unpretending recommen
dation Dr. Green “ to try one bottle and if n<» tanefit was
received to discontinue the use.*’
The use of one bottle warranted a further trial, to the ex
tent of some three or four, with a cartful observance of the
accompanying directions. The result was an almost entire
relief from the usual dyspeptic symptoms ami their tie-
pressing, painful consequences. I believe these Bitters pro
duced an entire change in tho habits of my system and
upon the active energies of the digestive organs. I now
deem myself as exempt from Dyspepsia as most person*.
These bitters have also taen of service to other members of
my family. Very resjiectfully yours,
AUGC8TUS W. SMITH.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLK k C0 M Boston, and for
sale by G. K. k J. L. HAMILTON,
HUNNICUTT k TAYLOR,
DR. D. YOUNG,
F\ Agent. Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
MoDAMKL. Attorney at taw. Office in Dr.
Brick Building. Whitehall street. Atlanta,
Feb 25-1 y
J D. MATTHEWS, Attorne
. will practice in the countii
bert, Wilke*, Taliaferro, M an
H II. DAVIS, Attorney j
. All basinet '
t Jaw, la;
Feb 18 ^ Out
aw, Butter, Georgia.—
D. H. WALKER. U. I*. M'DANIEL.
W ALEER k MCDANIEL, Attorneys at Jaw. Monroe,
Walton county, G». Feb 11,1858.
MALE AND FEMALE INSTITUTE,
Rev. T. B. COOPER, A. M., Principal.
Feb 15,1800 ly
_. to the estate of William ¥. Wingfield, late of said coun
ty, deceased, are required to mako immediate payment;
and all those having claims against said estate, will present
them within the time pre*cril»od by law, properly authen
ticated. to THOMAS MOORE, Adm
Seen* at a Justice’s Court-ground, on the First Monday in
Jan onry—it being Election Day. This pamphlet will be
sent to all parts of the country, by mail, on receipt of
twenty cents, or seven copies for one dollar.
Address A. S. CALDWELL.
April 12 w2m Atlanta, Ga.
day the, 9th of January, lHCiu.
RATES OF TUITION FOR THE YEAR
1st CUm, ..f
2nd da— :
3rd Class !
4th Class !
Good Board, at from 7 to 10 dollars. Reference,
For further information, appl;
Atlanta, Ga. He offers his Professional Services
public generally, and will devote himself specially to the
treatment of Chronic Diseases. In connection with the
regular Allap&thic treatment, he will combine that of hi*
father, the late Dr. L. Durham. He proposes visiting
persons at a distance, for the purpose of performing Sur
gical operations. Prompt attention given to all commu
nications and calls. Office on Whitehall Street.
OYALL k CAMPBELL. Attorneys at Law. Griffin. Ga.
will practice in the Superior Courts of Spaulding,
i, Newton, Henry, Monroe, Ujtson, Pike, Meriwether
>1 Fayette comities, and in the Supreme Court at Atlanta.
L. T. DOTAL Jau 7, 1859. M. CAMroa
Thou. K. Daniel.
Mrs. M. E. DANIEL, Assis’nt.
JOHNS, Principal and Proprietor.
EDWARD R. DICKSON,
Instructor in Ancient Languages and Physical Sciences.
English Language and Literature.
It. M. HEAD aud LADY,
CALENDAR FOR I860.
The Spring Term will commence on Monday, 9th Janu
ary, and close on Thursday, 5th July. The Autumn Term
will open on Monday, 3rd September, and close on first
Friday in December.
! Tuition.—Spring Term, $40. Autumn Term, $20. Board,
Ixnigiug and Washing $14 ;>er mouth. Tuition payable in
advance; Board, half iu advance, the balance at cUw-e of
term. A pro rata deduction will be made from board, in
cases of protracted absence, bnt not from tuition.
For particulars, apply to the Principal,
jail 13, 1860
Mitchell county, Ga. Epecial a
purchase and stile of Land in south-w
WM. B. HALFORD. (mch I860)
on given i
OfficeriGr&nd Lodge Knight* Jericho,
For the year commencing Sept. 1859, and ending Sept. 1860.
Every endeavor will be made to attain the very best i
! suits of the most approved methods of treatment in Dental j
Surgery. Ap 291859 ly !
DR. .T. T. CAMPBELL,
April 12 P ALMETTO, G A .
Wm. G. Forsyth, of Atlanta, .
Ret. F. P. Perdue, ot Atlanta, Grand W-orthy Chapla:
B. F. Gratdor, of Fort Valley,
J. S. Pftersoi*. of Atlanta,
W. D. WILHAMS, of Macon,
id Worthy Recorder,
ad W-orthy Chaplain,
rand Worthy Marshal,
brand Worthy Sentinel.
Grand Worthy Past Chief.
ciw P® Fan cc
two last winters in attending the lectures of the Home-
ojtathic College of Philadelphia, I respectfully ofler my *e:
vices to those suffering, either from Acute or Chronic Di
eases. Persons living at a distance will he visited at the
homes if desired. T. D. MARTIN.
Pen field, Geo. March 14th, I860. wlOt
1 \dngoQMti—l-'irst little l>oy, what is your name?
/‘eJcf/or/ue.—Oil, no! your name is Jul-ius. Xoxl little ltoy-
irf Hoy.—My name is Bili-ons.
-What is vours?
OAD TO XOLLIGE.
Il’tlr tm,, ift . ,rll, purnzoi o ximi/ar Oud kuntj^zrd hi a
M/iihitx rn trnrex 11 iriy. Tti he read at Xitr.
■ Hail, Nollisre, hail! thou what kunis down
Sumtimes irttm the klomls, en braiks
Winder glassis, on accou.it
()f yo extromerry inagnitood!
Hiou levur, bi boos mity power wc lifs
Big rocks owt nv deap hoals, snmthin on
The princapnl nv blastin powdur.
En tnon what art a brige ’twix Ertli on
.loopitur, maid out nv wire like the
NVun across the Skoolkill, what
Was erektid sumtiine atjo, bi a werry injenus
O! thou Nolliffc, will ti only faivnr them
As hoo tn soak u aint "ot nutbin else to do?
Muss he hoo soaks it be aristorkratie
Kn nntliin else? No, Nollige, no! u wor dosinod
Fur evry boddv, en them what womts tn no
1’, ken find u enny wliar. Nobody wornts
T’oundorus tombs to find out wliat u is,
We nose alrcddy. We dont kere how u drosses,
Korse u’se a privilo"e<l thing.
This is a prize Oad, endodikatid too
Enny irishmun as wares a witr, en rites
Dogril, en gits drunk.
• . • I’ ken jess cen me the mutiny.
Fur the jierducktion, mistur islitur, at
Enny kouvenient time, bnt I'd like
Too hnv it rite orf. ;
Vose. Fki.ix V* .Mmi.m.an v.
Come along b'boys, its my treat. Take some good old “peach and honey,”
a little is good to cool oft" on this melting weather, and in the winter its good" to
warm a follow.
|iragj|is of 3tnt|o,
STATE OF GEORGIA.
Principles.—To God we owe Obedience, Love and Wor
ship; to the world Justice; to our Brethren, Forgivt-neas
and Fraternity; to ouraelvett, sustenance and protection.
Pledge.—We will not moke, bny, Bell or use a« a beverage,
any apiritnoua or malt liquors, wine or cider, or any other
intoxicating drinks, whether enumerated or not, and will
use all honorable means to prevent their manufacture or
use. and the traffic therein.
Government.—lat. Sul>ordinate Ixxlges, to wlyrh any
white male person, over fifteen years of age, |>o»M«'»sing ti
good moral character, may be admitted to membership; and
any lady, of fifteen years, and upwards, to honorary mem
2d. Grand Lodges, composed of delegates from the Mjt
odge CBarter*. >rgia .
To the Grand Lodge Knights of Jericho, .Slate of q ng the
The undersigneil citizens, of proper age, be*to advance
Order of Knights of Jericho to bo well calcnlat .tt, most re-
the cause of ilCMANiTT, Temperance and Ogrant them a
spectfnlly petition your honorable body tio be located at
Charter, to open a Lodge of the Orde* , and hailed
—, in the county of , State ericho, of the State
as Lodge, No. , Knights ourselves, individually
of . If granted, we pled' the Constitution, Rules
and collectively, to be governed -ud of the Order at large,
and Usages of the Grand LoJ ;r, Ritual, Ac., Ten Dollars,
t '^closed is the fee for (F / at least ten persons—hut 15
is ov • ^j,ove must be sijr -*id health and good moral charac
ter, ret,,,.. - amunity in which the Lodge is to be
located, and sent w the Grand Worthy Recorder.j
Tlie Grand Lodge of Georgia will charter Subordinate
Lodges ont 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, an.l will hold the same,
thus chartered, under its jurisdiction, giving them the same
rights and privileges, under the Constitution anti By-laws
ot 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 themselves
into a Grand Lodge, having Constitution anti Code of Laws,
and a Ritual conformable to those of this Grand Lodge,
when it* jurisdiction over said Lodges shall cease.
All petition* to the Grand Lodge, Knights of Jericho,
State of Georgia, for Charters to open new Subordinate.
Ltsigesof the Order, or communications seeking informa
tion in relation to the Order, should l>e addressed to
WM. G. FORSYTH, G. W. R. Knights of J.
SPECIAL. NOTICE !
.1 and Subordinate Lodges. Knights of Jericho,
any State, Territory or Province, (Georgia ex-
re most resp'-ctfnlly 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 aud title of their principle
officers. (Lodges complying with the above request, w ill
find it ranch to their advantage.)
March 11,1859 ly WM. G. FORSYTH, G. W. R.
lege, Aniericus, Ga.—The exercises of this iustitusio
ere commence*!, according to previous announcement, o
ie ‘Jtli day of January, under the supervision of the fo
Kev. Crke Fulton, A. M. President,
Ami Professor of Moral Science and Belle* Letter*.
Robert A. Maranville, A. M.
Professor of Ancient Languages and Natural Science*.
L. H. Carter, A. B.
Professor of Mathematics, Hebrew and German.
Frederick W. Erdman,
Professor of Music.
Miss Eliza B. Rodgers,
nst met res* in English Literature, French Language. Ac.
Mrs. Mary T. Hawkes,
Instructress in Ornamental Needle Work.
Mrs. Marion S. Kimbrough,
Instructress iu Preparatory Department.
Samuel Kf.rr and Lady.
jan 20,18G0 12m A. B. HAWKES, Sec y.
J AMES W. TRICE, M. 1)., Homeopathic Phy
sician, offers his pr^essional services to the
citizens of Atlanta and surroimding country, in the practice
of Medicine in ill its various brandies. From his lung ex
perience iu the management of Chronic as well as Acute
cases, he trusts that he will receive a liberal share of the
lie will especially attend to the obstetrical branch of the
profession. His experience of some 25 year*, warrants the
belief that satisfaction will always be given.
Electro-Galvanic Baths. -
I would also inform tho public generally, that I hav» es
tablished, in this place, a system of Electro-Galvanic laths
for the alleviation and euro of Rheumatism, Acute and
Chronic, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, and other diseases which
sptice will not permit uie now to enumerate. These laths
are the wonder of the scientific world—they will effectually
remove from the system all mercurial or mineral poisms—
give life and energy to the vital powers which have Bs'-n
prostrated and ruined by drug*, and impart buoyancy <d |
spirit to Hifhriug humanity, which nothing can or ever Wjl i
•Jo beside them, which has been dune thousands of timeJ,
For all Uterine derangements, of whatever nature, tl^iy
are a present and certain cure.
1 would also urge npon such as are the subject* of l<t g
and continued attacks of Syphilitic ami Mercvrial Syphiliv
diseases^to fly at^nce jto^ths^ “anchor of hupe,’’
some 25 years, hut I f! el confident in saying”that ’
need come to me for aid without bei
Those persons who may desire mv i
me, by letter, at Atlanta, Ga.
to refer to the following named gentlemeri:
Rev. T. L. Thomas,
I'LANTA medical college.
Aunoimcement of Lectures.
WM. II. BARNES dt CO’S
MODEL AUCTION 1TOUSK
China, Glass and Urockei
Dry Goods, rfr.
Goods aud Jenelrv.
Ribbons and Lace*.
Glove* and Hosiery
Thousand* of Good*.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
At less than New York i’o!*
Opposite the Park.
In Masonic Hall,
At the Great Establishment
WM. H. BARNES k CO.
Auction Day and Night,
j May 10 The year round.
SPRING STYLES, IHttO 71
Hat*, Cira, Hniw-oosM, Bonxzts **n Umbraxlas
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GEO. W. KERRY,
j Masoufc Rail Building*, 244 Bros.] £t. Augueto, Ga n
l Haa now in store a large *nd complete assort men t «*f gi**l*
li his liue, which for variety and beauty of Myle, quality
and cheapnt-M. cannot be sun***ee<|.
Plantation Hats very cheap.
He trust* by honeet prices, and earnest endeavors to
pb-ase, to merit a nmtinuauce of the liberal patronage here-
I beg lei
Dr. Wm. L. Cleveland, Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta. Ga.; J. I. Whitaker, Atlanta, Ga.; lion. I. t!
Irwin, Washington. Ga.; Rev. Samuel Anthony, Cuth-
bert, Ga.; Rev. C. M. Irwin, Albany, Ga.; Charles Par-
malee, Etwj. Ga.; Dr. S. Oliver, Oglethorpe county, Ga.
Jan 20, 1860 w6m
LAR PROOF CONCRETE SAFE.
Southern agency, Stratton & Seymour. Nashville, Teen.
These *afo* aro warranted freo from damp, and have
never failed to preserve their content*.
S«-e the following .vrtiflrate* from the great fire of Dan
Danville, Kt. March 7tli, i860.
IT. B. DotldsjL Co.—Dear Sirs: The Safe I purchased of
youinScptemla-r hut ha* stood the great fire which oo
curntl in onr town on the 22dof February la*t,splendidly.
1 had a large amount of note*, receipts, k>\ in it hut a f.-V
minutes before the building in whieh it was l-tcativl was
burned. J t<x»k the papers out of it, hut i*ut into it some
slip* of papers, and opening it *ince the burning, find
they are imt even worched; tho veneering upon the draw
ers is a little warped. Tiic lock works very well, but when
I oil it a little, I think it will be as good as ever. My safe
w as in the low er story of a three story brick building with
shingle roof. In an adjoining room, with only .a partition
between, a drug storu was kept, and immediately op|H)*it>-
wh* ro my safe was standing there was a large quantity of
pmuts, oils, turpentine, caniphene,*an<l some liquors. The
building was connected with tho Batterton Hotel on one
Bide and was within six feet of the Court House on the oth
er, with a large pile of wooe (three or four cords) between
my office and the Court Houx, aud a door leading to mv
office immediately from the wood. There wn* also a small
frame building attached to tho rear of the drugstore, with
oil.*, paints and liquors in it, and a glass door leading into
my office from it. You will 6ee at once the excessive heat
m ated at and abont it. 1 regard it fully tested, and have
no hesitancy in saying my paper* would have been pre
served if I had left them in the Safe. A number of our cit
izens have examined it f nee the fire and were surprised *:
its condition, and some oi them have ordered Safes of you
believing them really Fire-proof So fee. 1 should take grea
pleasure in recommendiug faf -—Mk j
think. Yon are at liberty p
merit a* yon deem proper.
Alexander Means, ITI. D.
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
II. W. Brown, M. D.
Professor of Anatomy.
Jolin W. Jones, HI. D.
Prof. Principles and Practice Medicine and Gen. Pathology.
W. F. Westmoreland, ITI. D.
Trofessor of Principles and Practice of Surgery.
Tliotf. S. Powell, ITT. I».
Professor of Obstetric*.
Jos. P. Logan, II. II.
Professor Physiology and Diseases Women and Children.
J. ii. Wewtntorciand, M. D.
|Profe*ssor of Materia Medica and Medical Juri-prudem e.
rfwCT<P*» Anittuny mt+r the direction eroikut ol
J. fi. McLin,
N. D’ALVIGNY, ITI. D.
Curator of the Museum.
ClinicjJ instruction given, as heretofore, during the course.
Matriculation Ticket, (taken only ou
Course of Lecture*
Dissecting Ticket, (required only
finest carved 7 octave.
We refer to the following, who. ar
our Safes tested by fire:
Pcllax, Hatfield k Brown, Concinnati
W. II. Barlow, New Orleans. La.
W. T. Reynolds, St, Louis, Mo.
Lindslkt, Smith k Mato, Covington, Ky.
M. J. DURHAM,
ag other*, have li:kl
£ - |
Burglar-pme f [
toAira extended to him.
MIR ECK A HOWMAN’H
8TKAM PLANING MILL.
HASH, BLIND A DOOR MANUFACTORY,
Decaigr Steut, Atuxta, Ga.
» AT SHORT NOTICE.-**
O months after date application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary of Fulton county, Georgia, at the
• regular term after evpiratidn of two montbs, for leave
to sell the land belonging to the estate of William F. Wln-
fiald, deceased, for III# Wnefit of the heirs and creditors of
said deceased. TIIOMAH MOORE. Adtn’r.
April 6 w2m
Central Bank, Danville, Ky.
Planter’s Bank of Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.
Bank or Tennelsre.
N. Hobson, Nashville **
Alex. Wiiecli* k Co.
The Great American Key Register /,<*-£.—We are the
agent* for the entire West and South fur this lock, the best
aud moat reliable ever invented. It i* the only lock in tin
world that has a key and not a key-hole, thereby render
ing impossible the use of explosives or picking tools as ef
fectually as its construction does all attempts to force U
from tho door. It has a permutating key susceptible of
25O.ufiO,00Q change*, any of which can l>e made in a moment
of time. The motion of its part* is entirely controlled bv
the huad of the operator (guided by the permutating kev >
ami i* independent of springs, friction or gravity. W.«
therefore recommend it iu. the ultimatum of Bankers’ ex
pectations and Burglar* depredations since the world 1m-
g*n. WM. B. DODDS A CO„
B. ROBSON & C
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Whitehall Street, Atlanta. Oa
2-*»,000 U>* superior BACON;
| 5,000 lbs LARD;
500 sacks extra, super, anti family FLOUR;
5450 bags Rio, Java and Isaguira COFFEE;
*0 hhdfl New Orleans SUGAR;
100 bl.ls A, Band C Sugar;
25 bhls crushed and powdered SUGAR;
50 bids New Orleans SYRUP;
‘40 half bids New Orleans SYRUP;
50 bids N. York Sugar House SYRUP;
40 half bids N. York Sugar House SYRUP;
450 boxes Adamantine CANDLES;
100 boxes State CHEESE;
50 l.oxes E. D. CHEESE:
100,000 Havanna and German CIGARS ;
450 Inixes TOBACCO—oil qualities;
lOOO lbs SMOKING TOBACCO, in bags—fine;
4 00 kegs NAILS, 3 to 40 penny;
45 bids No*. 1,2 and 3 MACKEREL;
75 half bbls Nos. 1, 2 and 3 MACKEREL;
50 quarter bbls Nos, 1,2, and 3 MACKEREL;
40 kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 MACKEREL;
40 cans spiced SALMON ;
6 quintals COD FISH ;
45 bbls cider and white wine VINEGAR;
1000 lbs Moccaboy SNUFF;
45 boxes turpentine SOAP;
45 boxes fancy toilet SOAP;
30 dozen quarts, gal and gal PICKI^ES;
40 kegs carbonate SODA ;
3000 lbs carbonate SODA, in pound papers;
GOO lioxes SARDINES;
4000 lbs black, gunpowder and hyson TEAS—fine;
500 sacks SALT;
40 hlids Cuba MOLASSES ;
75 boxes CANDY;
Shot, Powder, Lead,
Starch, kc. Ac
.At the Lowest I*rice». Order* solicited.
Special attention given to the sale and purchase of
PttODUCK ON COMMISSION
Sion B. Robson .Rost. Cornelius Robson.
March 7, I860
late of raid county, de-
estate of Andrew J. Watra
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular
tho kindred and creditor* of said deceased, to lie ami appear
at my ofilco within the time prescribed by law, ami shew
cause, fif any they have,) why said letters shall not fie
granted the applicant.
Given under iny hand officially, at office. May 7th, 1860
May 9 30.1 JOS. II. MEAD, Ordinary.
Of ail 1
TLANTA Far Company, the subscriber ha*
located himself permanently for the Fur Trade. Fur*
I kinds bought in season, from first Octolier to first of
May, and he hopes by the liberal price* ho paid last season
and will pay in future, and from the accessibility of thi*
market for the South and West, to make it one of the best
Houth, aud equal to any North. He Iiojk** by currectnes*
to share a liberal patronage.
Horn*, tallow mid beeswax taught. Marietta street, firs
doors fr.sn comer Whitehall, at tlio sign ..f Malone k John
son. Atlanta. Ga. BERTRAND ZACIIAUY,
July 15, 1859 wlOiu talc Pro’pr Far Cup’y.
W NSHIP’S IRON WORKS, Atlanta, Ga
I. & K. Wjxmuip iY. Co. Manufacturers of
Steam Engines ami Boilers, Circular Saw Mills on the most
approved plan. Turning tattles, Sugar Mill*, Kettles,
Miniug Machinery, Mill Work, of all description.*, new
styles of Ironjlailir.g for fences aud cemetery lot*, Bridge
and Brass Castings made to order, at short untie <
Having experienced Workmen, a large urn! well assorted
stock of New Patterns, aud our facilities being mperior
any Foundry iu the State, we feel confident of giving entire
■allsfaction to those who may favor us with orders, talh iu
to prices aud the quality of our work,
oundry aud Machine Shop on Western k Atlantic Rail
March 4, 1859 ly
f ll. IV. JUDBON, Agent, (VjfO
Dealer aud Worker in
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,*^*^
ATLANTA, G A . ^
M OStMENTS. Box Tombs, Tablet*, Head and Foot
Stones, Furniture, Marbh-, Ac. furnished ou accom
Office and Yard corner of Feachtree aud Walton Streets,
opposite F. II. Coleman (old stand High, Butler A Co.)
Ifs is also agent for the sals of Iron Railing.
August 19.1959 ly
M. M. WILLIAMS, (successor to J. K. WIL
LIAMS.) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
PRODUCE DEALER, Atbcneum Building, Decatur
street, Atlanta, Ga. will give special attention to the sale
of Bacon, tard, Flour, Grain aud Tennessee Produce goner-
ally. By jiersonal and prompt attention to all bmdni-s*
tni*tc<l to him, he hopes to receivo a liberal ]*itrouHge
C ARD.—We take pleasure in announcing to the public
that we have iu store the MOST COMPLETE AS—
808191 ENT of every thing usually kept iu our line, and
intend NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD liy any similar estab-
lisliment south of New York or Philadelphia.
Buying our good* directly from Importers ami Manufac
turers, we prcM-nt tlio greatest inducements to the trade
rer before offered iu tliia market.
July 1, 1859 MASSEY k LANSDKLL.
1 beautiful patterns, the Wanmutta Priuts, also
the Amo»keag, a New Print, which excels every
Print in the Country for perfection of execution and design
in full Madder Color*. Our Prints are cheaper than any in
market, and meeting with extensive sale.
H| Orders promptly attended to.
Feb. 8,1860 wly.
J «J. PEARCE, Warehouse k Commission Mer-
. chant, Augusta, Ga. Thankful for the libera!
rouuge extended to him for a series of years, in the 8t
ami Sale of Cotton, would inform hi* friends and the public
that he will continue at bin same well known BRICK
WAREHOUSE ON CAMPBELL STREET, near Bones,
Brown k Co's Hardware Store, where by strict personal
ition to all business entrusted to his care, he hopes
that he will continue to receive a liberal share oftlie public
Cash advances, Bagging, Ro;mj and Family Supplies, for
warded to customers aw heretofore, when desired.
He also will keep on hand for sale, aw agent for Samuel
Sands of Baltimore, Excelsior Manipulated Guano, No. 1
October 7, 1859 w6m
SSI ncr-r- T
Ue, (superior to most other articles sold under the name of
*r phosphate of lime) and one that the farmer c
"*' ‘ ‘ * * | rports, an Atkalied
f Limei* being pro-
pared largely from ground bone*, w ith Jnrt ©nongh sul
phuric acid u»e,l to tuckw them soluble, without burning
them up, and thereby d<**trt>ying a great part of the fertil
izing qualities; in addition to which we add Permian
guano enough to furnish ammonia for tlio growing i
which ammonia is a!*o fixed by the acid, and thereby
not evaporate in tlie atmosphere, but is absorbed by^the
plant; which not only uses the ammonia so given to it, but
also obtains more or less from the atmosphere during its
development, particularly if it is strong and vigorous.
It is packed iu Barrels of about 250 lbs. each, and is
famished to purchasers at $50 per Ton of 2,000 lb*-. (2J4'cta.
per lb.) no charge for barrels.
Wholesale and Retail, by
McNAUGIiT, ORMOND k CO.
fcb 16 wly Atlanta, Oa, Agecta.
U PER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
ACCOBDINO TO NO. 1 EXTRA.
I*repared by Mitchell rf Croasdale, formulary by the Penn.
City Manufacturing Company.
In recommending this Superior Fertilizer to the atten
tion of farmers and others interested in agriculture, we
claim for it the advantage of being perfectly reliable,
vuiucli superior to any other articles sold under the name
of Super Phosphate of Lira*.) and one that the former
cau depend upon as being what its name purports. No. 1
Extra article; this Company, owning the entire Patent
Right, (granted by the United States) for producing a free
Phosphoric Acid, thereby enabling them to produce a
Soluble Phosphate otLime by the addition of Phosphoric
Acid,, which is the indispensable nutriment of all ptauta,)
instead of Sulphuric Acid or Oil of Vitriol, as heretofore
used. It is therefore a much richer and more reliable ma
nure, and one that will not only do more good at first
than any other manure, but will last longer i
Wklboens’ Mills, Houston Co., Ga., Nov. 20,1S59.
Messrs. Zellin k Hunt -.—Gentlemen—Since gathering in
my cotton crop, I am well pleased with the result of my
experiments made with the 8uper-Phosphate, prepared
by Mitchell A Crosdale. I ieel quite confident that it will
pay from ninety to one hundred per cent, on iny farm.
My land is what might be termed a kind of sandy loam.
This year being my first experiment, I was not informed
what amount should be pu. on to the acre. In using the
four tens I bought of you last Spring, 1 put ou at the rate
of one hundred and thirty pounds per acre, and am of the
opinion that about one hundred and fifty pound* would
pay much better for the labor bestowed in the cultivation.
The manner of using wa» to lay off cotton rows with a
Scutter Plow, plow pretty deep, aud let bands follow
after and scatter the Phosphate, and other* with plow
and bed on, os part of it was sown jdong the furrows,
want you to send me nine tons more lor next spring;
think the prospect very good to sell a large quantity in
Houston among my neighbor*.
1 am with sincere regard.
Truly yours, Ac.,
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Ag
ricultural Implenunts, of all kind*. Carpenter's and Smith’s
Tools, of every description. Rope, Belting and everything in
their line. —also—
Stoves, Grates and House-Furnishing Good*. Plated. Plan
ished, Brittauilia. Japanned and common Tin Ware.
Feb 1800 ly
in LUMBER, and Manu-
fiicturer* of SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, Ac. Lum
ber Dressed, Flooring und Ceiling tougued and gi
the usual prices.
They are also succesnors to Joseph Winship k Co. in the
manufacture of COTTON GINS AND THRESHING MA
CHINES, Atlanta. Ga.
'£*l_Shop near Winship’* Iron Works, on the Western k
Atlantic Rail Road. Feb 25
stock of Southern Raised FRUIT TREES, tm bracing
all the best varieties that have been tented in tin Southern
climate; hIpo. a tine collection of ORNAMENTAL TREES
AND SHRUBS, embracing a splendid collection of ROSES.
Catalogue* furnished by mail, tree of charge to all appli-
nt*. Address PETERS, HARDEN k Co. I
November 18, 1859 wly
. lauta, Ga., are prepared to do all kinds of RULING
aud RLANK ROOK BINDING, suitable forCouuty Courts,
with or without printed headings. Ledgers, Journal*, Day-
Books, Hotel and Stable Registers.
MAGAZINES, MUSIC, NEWSPAPERS, Ac.
bound at short notice. Terms moderate.
Orders from any part of the State will meet with prompt
attention, and Books required to be sent by mail, railroad*,
Ac., carefully enveloped for transportation. April 22 ly
Dorman most respectfully inform* her former patron*,
and the ladies generally, that she will continue the Dress
and Cloak making business, in Heaiy A Berry’* Block, a
few doors above Silvey A Dougherty’s Dry Good* 8tore on
Marietta street, and almost opposite Huunicntts A Taylor’s
Drug Store, where she would be m<**t happy to see any
iwho are iu want of cither Dresses or Cloaks. She expect*
soon to be able to rc-open her Emporium of Fashion,
Dresses and Basques cut to fit the form with artistic I
curacy aud elegant projHjrtious. Drcss Cutting taughtii]
few lesson* for five dollars. Dec 2, 1859.
_______ 6 octave to the
I | received a lot of 1‘ianoe
of a new Patent of 1859, which makes the action and tone
more perfect than have ever yet been obtained. They
entirely of American Manufactnre—tall iron framed—
double-braced, and warranted to please or to be returned.
Persons coming to Atlanta will do well to give us a call be
fore purchasirg, as we sell Instruments at the lowest New
Room—Second floor Concert Hall Building.
Feb. 8,1860, wly. A CLOUD.
F urniture ware-rooms.—f. a. Wii
liams, Manufacturer and Dealer in Furni
ture and Upholstery, on Peach-tree street, Cherokee Block,
invites the public to visit his warehouse, where they haves
large supply of Furniture, Moss and Hair Mattresses, Look
ing Glasses, Plates, Ac. always on hand. The best workmen
are employed iu this establishment—among them a first
rate Upholsterer and a tasteful Paperer of Booms, who is
prepared to do all work of this description. Also, he will
hang Window Curtains, with or without Draperv, and
Shade*, lay and cut Carpet? ami Oil Cloth, and lay Matting.
Paper Hangings of every description for aile. Pam *
Work. Oak Degration, Fresco, Ungilt Hud Velvet.
All work done warranted to git e satisfaction.
Atlanta, Feb 25,1S59
PROF. MAPES' MTROGENIZED SUPER
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, PATENTED
NOVEMBER 23, 1839.
OR to the year 1847, Superphosphate had been m
i England, by treating burnt bones with sulphuric
acid, and by the formation of sulphate of lime, thus ab
stracting one atom of lime from the bones, a Mtluble pho
phate bad been formed. In 1847, J. J. Majtcs made a »
lies of experiment*, thus: he fouml, analytically, that Pe
ruvian Guano contained the necessary elements for insur
ing the growth of plants, but not in the right relative pro
portions to each other. He instituted a series of exj>eri-
ments, practically, by which he proved that one hundred
pounds of burnt bones, treated with fifty-six i*oumi* of sul
phuric acid, thirty-six pounds of Peruvian Guano, and
twenty pounds of sulphate of ammonia, funned a mixture
every way superior to Peruvian Guano, and that it would
lie had found that one barrel of blood, fresh from the
animal, mixed with a cord of organic matter, would, by
fermentation, produce a manure equal to a cord of well-
rotted stable manure. He further found that seventeen
barrels of blood, when dried, would make ouo barrel, and
that blood could be procured at comparatively little v -jst,
in certain sections; that it could be dried by cooking and
pressing. *o is to produce a dry powder, and by adding to
the above named ingredients, and equal weight of dried
bullock's blood a manure is formed one hundred pounds,
Inch are equal in power and lasting effect to one hun
dred and eighty-tire pounds of the best Peruvian Guano.
Since he h:is offered his invention to the tinners of tha
country, some fifty conqiauies have imitated this article
under various uames, and for tlie purpoae oi rendering it
popular, have traduced Prof. Mapes and his article, claiming
to make that of a superior quality. Every year presents
new imitators of this article, who manufacture an inferior
article, using the mineral phosphates as a basis, instead of
the calcined bones of animals. Notwithstanding sdl this,
tho demand for Mapcn’ Nitrogenized Superphosphate
Lime has doubled.
Peruvian Guano contains an excessive amount of Ammo
nia, the only use of which is to render water capable of dis
solving a larger amount of the inorgacic constitute* of the
■oil, or a* sometimes called to act as an excitant. The mar
ket gardeners of New Utrecht commenced some years ago
by using two hundred weight of guano to the acre; they
are now compelled to use twelve hundred weight to produce
the same effect, and their land is evidently impoverished by
its use, while thooe who have used the Nitrogenized Super
phosphate of Lime, have steadily found their coils to be
improved, aud iimtead of rLjuiring more, th<-y require leas
lertilizing materiel each v< j^r. Aud this i*i»urticulerly
.f Cotton and Tobacco lauj*.
Among the adAioqu
ized Superphosphate Ar> ftie following:
seed to tke soil; it
Goodwin, and others^t _
cotton. For wheat, it has steadily proved ita-lf to be supe
rior to Peruvian G oa*o; when in contact with need, it does
not destroy it as doe* the Peruvian Guano; and It supplies
the deficiency of phoHpbale of lime and other ingredients
produced by exces4ve reaping of grain and undue ]«sto-
The report* on the farm of the inventor, of the American
Institute and committees of other institutions who have
visited it, although it is inannred entirely with this fertilizer,
prove that no manure has yet been used which produces an
equal amount of profit.
The American Institute have jest awarded their Silver
Medal to Prof. Mapes for the beat fertilizer, after a most
thorough investigation into the merits of all in the market.
Tho sulrtcribcra have been appointed Sole Agents in At
lanta fur the sale of the above fertilizer and guaraxtu*
that its constituents are tho material* stated atave, and
nothing else. Planters desiring more information will please
send for circulars containing Testimonials.
Price $57 per ton, in Atlanta.
jan. 60 w McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO.
A tlanta steam bakery & confec
TiONERY.—The subscriber has recently
connected with his Confectionery, a Large Cracker Machine
and Steam Engine, which enables him to furnish his frieDdfl
anti patrons in the u|KX»untry w ith Butter, Boston and
Soda Cracker*, always freah, at rates fully twenty per cent,
lower than the same can be laid down from Savannah
The Candies manufactured by him are already well known
to dealers and consumer* A comparison of his manufac
ture is challenged with those made elsewhere. North or
He also keeps constantly on hand, a large stock of Nut*,
Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Pickles, Sardines, Sauces, Toys, Ac.
Also, Cigars of all grades, from $6 to $40 per 1000—re
fined and barrel Sugars, comprising a general stock for tho
supply of Country Confectioners, at as low rates mc- *-
afforded elsewhere in the State.
Balls, public or private parties, tarnished to order, at
short notice, with every description of Cake, Fruit, Ac. of
tho best quality. Orders from the city and country n
pectfully solicited. (April 1, 1859] P. J. IMMEL.
G EO. A. OATES & BRO. Dealers in Pianos!
Books, Music, &c. Broad St. between the
U. States aud Globe Hotels, Augusta, Georgia, would most
respectfully invite the attention of their friends and the
public generally, to their Large and well selected stock of
Piano Fortes, from the following celebrated manufactories,
for which they are sole agents, viz: Bacon A Raven, A. II.
Gale A Co. llazletou anti Bros. X. Y. aud lialletto, Davis A
Co. Boston, which, for tweetik-*s of tone and durability,
cannot be excelled. It U useless to say more in their favor,
a* they are too well known to need puffing. Piano Fortes
of any Maker or style ordered, at the low eat price*. Their
assortment of Music is very large. Also, always on hand, a
supply of Melodeons, Guitars Violins, Flutes. Acoordeona.
Also, all kinds of Bras* Instruments, suitable for a full
Baud, besides every thing in the Music Line.
46#“ All the New Book* aud Music received as soon a*
4a#“ Persons at a distance ordering from ns. can depend
upon getting a good article, as we make it a poiut to keep
goods of the best quality, and such as w e can recommend
and warrant in every reepect.
X. B.—For the oatiefaction 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. Hundred* could be added, but space
will uot Allow- it:
Dr. Alex. Means, former President Emory College.
Rev. J. If. Echols, “ “ Mad. Fem. College.
Dr. E. E. Jones, Madison, Ga.
Judge X. L. Hutchins, Lawrenceville.
J. L. Reid, Esq. Eaton ton. Ga.
W. Gatewood, E*q. Putnam Co. Ga.
May 12,1856 ly
to Chattanooga, 138 mile*, fore $5—John W. Lewis
Leave* Atlanta afo. .10 » a *
Arrive* a*. Dal tom... 4 32 TM
Arrive* at Chattanooga. — - 7 34 a M
Leaves Atlanta. — 8 16 r m
Arrive* at Dolton — —— 215 A *
Arrives at Chattanooga...
Leaves Chattanooga at —.—.......
Arrive* at Dalton ————
Arrives at Atlanta.
Arrives at Dalton
Arrives at Atlanta. ..........
Connects with the great New-Oriean* A New-York Mail
Route 4 time* a day through the ten valley* (Italy of Amer
ica.) Splendid scenery ami bounteous fare.
Macon to Atlanta, 102 mile*, fare $4 S6-Aim> L, Ttiab.
Leave Atlanta, at —• 215H
Arrive at Macon.. — — 7 45 1*«
Leave Macon, at 1 45 f M
Arrive at Atlanta ——. 7 15 » K
Leave Atlanta at night 1249 II
Arrive at Macon ——- 116 A «
Macon at night .—....1199 M
Arrive at Atlanta. 7 16 a m
Tlie night trains will not be run on Sunday*.
The 12 o'clock night train from Atlanta connect* with the
Central Rail Road for Savannah, at 16 46. a. *■-. and South
western. for Albany and CY-lumbno, at 145, A. m.
The 11 a. tn. train connect* with the Central Rail Rood at
10 p. m. and Southwestern at 11 46 p. m.
Through Tickets, frqm Atlanta to New York, by thi*
line, $21 00.
AMES S. MARTIN, Jr.
MARIETTA ST. ATLANTA, GA.
In. TTealy's Block, Thaler in Hat.*, (bps and Straw Goods
Of every description.
I am fttlly prepared, with a complete and carefully selec
ted stock of every variety of good* in mv line, to supply the
Wholesale and Retail tradiv My arrangement* are such
that I am fully able to compete w ith the New York and
Philadelphia markets, my Stock taing directly from tlio
Importer*. My father taing a Wholesale Jobber, and Man
ufacturer in Philadelphia,enable* im< to purchase most a«i-
vantageously. Purchaser* can rely u|m>ii getting their sup*
pliest>n tlio iiio»tiiccouiniodutiii£ term*,
march 7, IStio
N EW MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.-
Miss J. Berry, for some time past in busi
ness with Mrs. Renwlck, haa taken that holy’s stand ami
business, to which fact she hereby calls attention. She w ill
keep constantly on hand a Choice Stock of Good* in her
line, which are offered to the public on iu«wt favorable
term*. 1'Iease call and examine.
Mis* B. assure* tlio ladica of Atlanta, and public gener
ally, that her personal and uudlvided attention will b«
given to busiuesa at home anil order* from abroad. Show-
rooma up *tair», ou« doof atave Herring A Son’* new store,
Whitehall at. Atlanta, Ga. All orders must be addroased to
June 10, 1859 ly MIS8 J. BERRY.
IWO \Vorki Valuable to sick or well, sent by mail—
jtay expected until received, read and approved.—
dress Dr. S. R Fitch, 714 Broadway, New York.
1st. SIX LECTURES on tho causm, pruveotioo and cure
<»f Lung, Throat ami Skin Disease*; Rheumatism,and Mule
and Female Complaints. Ou theModuof pp m-i-vingHealth
to 100 year*. 300 pages, 21 eugraviug*. Price, 60 cent*,
iu silver or P. O. stamp*.
2d. A Work ou tbo Cause* and Cure of Disease* of (he
Heart, Stomach, Liver, Bowel* and Kidney*; on Apoplexy,
Palsy aud Dyspepsia; why we grow old, ami what cause#
«U**ase. 131 pp. 6 engraving*. Price 30 cent*, hay which
book you wish, giving name. State, euuwty and post office.
. October 7, 1H69 ly
fcction of the Throat CCKKU, the Hack
ixu Coughing Consumption, BooNcntm,
Whooping Cough, Asthma, Catakxr.RE
LIEVED by BROWN’S BRONCHIAL
TROCHES, or Cough Lokknokm.
/ recommend their use to Pchuc Spkaksm.”
Ret. E. II. Chapin, New York.
u Most salutary relief in Bronchitis.’'
Rev. 8. Spemiued, Morristown, Ohio.
“ Beneficial when compelled to speak, suffering from
Cou*.” Ret. 8. J. P. Anderson, Si Louis.
“ Effectual in removing Hoarseness and Irritation of the
Throat, so common with Speakers and Singers.”
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, LoUrange. Go.
Teacher of Music. Southern Female College.
“ Great benefit when taken before and after preaching,
as they prevent Hoarseness. Prom their past effect, I think
they wilt be, of /termanent advantage to *•*.”
Rev. K. Rowlrt, A. M„
President Athens College, Tenn
Sold by «U Druggist* at 26 Celts per Box.
liout Affections, etc.
S PALDING’S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE!
Save the Pieces!
ECONOMY ! DISPATCH !
4**“A Stitch in Time guns Xm.”*"faR
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated families,
it i* very desirable to nave some cheap and convenient way
for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac.
SPALDING S PREPARED GLUE
meet* all such emergencies, and no household can afford to
be without it. It i* always ready and up to tbe sticking
point. There is no longer a necemity for limping chairs,
splintered veneer*, headless dolls and broken cradle*. It is
ju*t the article for cone, shell and other ornamental work,
so popular with ladies of refinement and tarte.
Thi* admirable preparation is used cold, being chemically
held in eolation, and possessing all the valuable qualifies of
the best Ctibinet-maker't Glue. It may be used in the place
of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive.
“USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.’’
K. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25 eta.
Wholesale Depot, No. 48, Cedar street New York.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING A CO.
Bok No. 3600 New York.
Put up for Dealers in Coses containing four, eight and
twelve dozen—a beautiful Lithograph Show-Card accompa
nying each package.
MsrA single bottle
ten time* it* cost to every
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggist*. Hardware
ami Furniture Dealers. Grocers and Fancy Store*.
Country merchant* should make a note of Spalding’* Pre
pared Glue, when making up their list. It will stand any
climate. Jan 27,1860 ly
D ROPSY CURED r—The Undersigned I
cure Dropsy of every description. He cai
personally five miles South of UnM '
letter at Union Point, Greeoe rJ
can l-« seen
Point, or addressed by
at Union Point, Graene county, Ga. The medicine
can be sent anywhere, with direction* for giving it, or I
will attend personally, if requested and paid for aiv trouble.
I will bay negroes afflicted with Dropsy, or cura them, a*
the owner may prefer. Satisfartorv reference* given, if
desired. MILES G. BROOME.
•State of Georgia. Greene County :
This is to certify that my fattier had a negro man af
flicted with dropsy in 1853; he had been treated by several
physician* without any cure, when he applied to M. G.
Broome for his remedv, which cured him. He i# still living
aud in^good health. Jan 21. 1858. II. CHAMPION.
Union Point, Greene co. May 14, 1857
Thi* i* 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 beard
of M. G. Broome and put her under hi* treatment, aud in
less than a year she was thoroughly cured of Dropsy.
JAMES BA VAST. l'c» field. G».
Thi* is to certify that I had a negro woman in 1858 af
flicted with dropsy. I put her under the treatment of M.
G. Broome, who soon made a permanent cure of her.
Union PultA.Ua. TRAVIS C. CARLTON.
Seventh year in the Trade, afast age requires fast work
T71 M. SKAGO, Produce Broker and general
Hi. Commission Merchant, Office iu taago’*
Block, No. 15, Alabama Street, Atlanta, Georgia, sells all
Good* on arrival at 2J^ per cent. Will make returns with
in three day* from receipt of Goods. Will purchase, funds
in hand, in* thi* City, New York, New- Orleans. Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Boston, Nashville, Cincinnati, Saint Louis
and Louisville at 2L£ per cent.; on sum* of $1,000 or more at
1 per cent, in thi* city. For citizens of thi* City, or stran
gers in this city, on sums not lees tlian $100, at 1 per cent,
ou smaller sums 2^ per cent.
mir Respect fully refers to Bankers and Merchants tfrty)
Feb. 8 1 v
29 and 31, Uou» Street, New York.
M.mifuctoric \ fWimWjrf. -V. T
j And on Ihmidry street, Boston, Mass.
The subscritar* manufacture Single and DoabltCyHndar
and Typewevdvlng PRINTING MACHINES, Bed aud Pla
ten Book and Jot* Printing PRESSES, (Adams’ Patent,)
Hand aud Card PRESSES, HYDRAULIC PRESSES, with
ng, Stereotyping and Elect rot) ping, always .
tavui*bcd at short notice.
A new Catalogue, containing cuts and de*rription« of
many uew Machines uot talon* shown iu their book, with
directions for putting up, working, Ac. aud other useful in
formation, i* now iu pn-as. and wheu completed will ta srnf
to any of the craft w ho w ill tarnfah their a<hlre«s
K. HOB k 00.
March 21 w4t New-York, and Bo*too, Maos.
Publisher* of new spapers are at liberty to insert this ad-
vertha-ment thn*o tunes iu their weekly paper, with this
noto, at any time during the next six months, but net la
ter, provided they purchase type or material of our manu
facture for four times the amount of tbelr bill, which wll
be allowed lu settlement of our# on receipt of a copy of their
paper containing the advertitciser.t
rear ol the Atlanta Hotel. Kxnu.vrx through the Mu
sic and Variety BUM* of II. BRAUMULLER. At
orders from the country promptly attended to by himself
or assistant. Tuning dime b.v the year at reduced pnoea.
Motto: Satisfaction giieu or uo charge—uo cure, no pay
October 38, 1859 ly
) call the attention of his old j*at runs and the public
variety of Goods in his line ever offered in the market
Country Meivlieut* and Planters supplied at short notice,
and at price# that will bear the strougest competition.
Highest Cosh price paid for Furs.
White Hall street, Atlanta, Ga. Srptl 30, 1S»
SHADES, SHOW CARDS,
order, iu any style, warranted to equal any city in the
orders fre* the Country attended to.
Boot’* Building, ap-sUirs.
Uso. W. Arams, General «
On and after Sunday, Feb. 26th. ’1
Leave Savannah ..10 05 a
Arrive in Macon
Arrive in A
.... 1 30 p m and 1110 p m
8 55 a m and 11 05 p in
Arrive in Auguste — 6 30 a m and 6 36 p m
Arrive at Millcdgcville... y» 30 pm
Leave Macon.. — 10 00 a m and TO 00 p nt
Arrive at Savannah ...7 9 a m...T 45 p m and 10 40 p m
Arrive at Augusta 6 30 a m amt C 35 p m
Leave August* — 12 30 a ro and 2 15 p m
Arrive at Savannah. „7 20 a m and * 0 40 p m
Arrive at Macon rim r ,.a 65 a m and ‘.1 05 p hi
Trains that leave Savannah at a. m. only run to
Millen, arriving there at 3.10 p. m. otman ting with 10 a. m.
Macon train to Augusta.
direct to Augusta.
Passenger* by either 1.30 or 11.10 p. ra. train* fnim Savan
nah for Macon, or point- beyond, w ill meet with no iMo-
tion at Macon.
Pa-sengers for Atlanta, or point* beyond, on W. A A. It.
R. will leave Savannah on the 1J0 p. m. train; for Milledgr-
viJle and Eatonton, on 11.10 p. m. train: for S. IV. !L R. be
low Fort Valiev, on 11.10p.m.train; tlnx-for Montgomery.
Columbus, etc. by either train.
Passengers from Augusta, for S. W. Ga. should take the
12.30 a. m. train, to avoid detention at Macon. Thooe for
Col uni l>n*. Montgomery. 4c. may take cither train.
Train* connect at Macon with Moron A West era Trains to
Griffin and Atlanta and tlie West; also., w ith S. Wert train-
to Albany. Cnthtart. Kufaul.i. Fort Gaine*. Aiwerv-u*. t'<-
lumbiiH. Montgomery. Ac, and at Millen with Augu-ta and
Savannah R. R. to Augusta and the north: at Savannah
with the tri-weekly steamships to New \.*-k; ateo. with
steamship* to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
By thi* change in schedule, the connect ion Ksh wav*, at
Augusta, with the South Carolina Rail Koad.i* sovimiand
passenger* will have wo detention at Angm-ta ot Milieu, as
heretofore. Feb. 27
MRS. WINSLOW VS. CRYING CHILDREN.
Arc yon disturbed at night and Icokca of your rest by a
Mck child suffering and crying with the evrruriating pain
of cutting teeth ? If so, go at oore aad get a bottle o? Mr*
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, la will relieve the poor little
mfferer immediately—depend upon it—there u no mistake
about tL There is not a mother on earth, w ho haa ever
used it, who will not tell you at once that it will regulate
the bowel* and give rust to the mother, aad relief sou health
to the child, o|H-rating like magic. It is perfectly safe to
use in all case*, and pleasant to the taste, wad fa the pre
scription of ore of the oldest and brat female ifeyririan*
and nurse* iu the United States. Price 15 cento.
CURTIS A PERKINS, Proprietor
13 Cedar street. N. Y.
SoM by all Drurgfats. March 21,1N0 ly
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