Chartered Capital, $1,500,000 t
rpHIS old, tried, and solvent company deals
J. liberally, para promptly, and Haas pat
rotuiKt. See below, to which man y other*
similai could be added t
Kichuosd, V*., February 15, 1866.
** In the month of December, 1865, we had
cotton burned which was insured in the Jitmea
River Company,and its part of lon, amounting
to one thousand seven hundred and thirty-three
dollars and thirty-three cents, was promptly
paid as soon as proof, &.<*.. was forwarded, and
over two months before it vras due under the
policy. Such promptness merits patronage.
A. Y. STOKES & CO.”
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
References required of applicants.
E. RK.tIIWTA? Ac MX,
Aleuts. Thomasville, Ga.
liar 14 11 ts
Lands ior Sale.
OF EXCELLENT LANDS.
GREAT BARGAINS OFFERED.
I MOW (iCI-r for sale my two plantations, on
the most reasonable le ms.
1000 acres of Vine and Hammock land, 12
miles from a depot on the Femandina Si Cedar
Keys Kailr.’ad, in Marion County, List Flo
rida. 300 acres of this land are cleared.
750 acres in Decatnr County, Ga , five mile*
from a selected depot on the line of the Atlan
tic St Gnll Rail Road These lands are fine—
composed of oak, liickorv, and pine mixed.
On this place there are 39i) acres under a high
state of cultivation—good fence—good water,
and a good dwelling aud necessary out build
ings. The whole convenient to water mills,
churches, and good society.
I will sell these lands at extremely low pri
ccs. If you don't believe it, make me an offer.
Any person wishing to purchase, may address
me at Sol'ka, Decatnr County, Ga., or L. C.
Bryan, Thonuisville, Ga., who ts authorised to
represent rue. Indulgence may be giveu in
part. J. I. CONNELL.
J ar.e 6 iSi-tf
THE undersigned arc agents for Messrs.
Massev & Johnson’s (successors of Gris
wold,) SUPERIOR t'OTTOX GDIS, in
the Counties of Loimdes Brooks and Thomas,
Ga., Jefferson and Loon. Fla. All persons in
terested will govern themselves accordingly.
E. REMINGTON St SON,
July 13-3 m Thomasville, Ga.
Lost or Mislaid.
AIL persons are hereby forewarned and
cautioned against trading for two promis
sory notes made payable to me or hearer, and
described to the best of my recollection, as
follows:—One on \v. P. Clower for $\!800 —
perhaps a little more, bearing date about the
utli of November, 1865, with a credit of SISOO,
about the Ist of March, 1866. Also one ou S.
B. Spencer, Esq., for about $42.00, more or
less, laaring date this year: month not recol
lected. The above notes arc lost or misplaced,
and advertised for the public good, as well as
to establish the lost papers bv law.
D. S. BRANDON.
Grooverville, July 25 80d
Tomlinson, Demarest Cos.,
63 BROAD WAV, New York,
Have associated with them
Mr. W. W. WOODRUFF,
Formerly an Extensive Dealer in
CARRIAGES AXD BUGGIES,
At GSrUBn aud Atlanta, Ou.
FOR the purpose of supplying Merchants
and Planters at the South,* by wholesale or
retail with any style of Carriages, Buggies or
Mr. Woodruffs long experience in the car
riage business will enable us to give satisfac
tion in supplying good substantial work, such
as the country demands, at as low prices as can
possibly be furnished for cash. We will keep
constantly ou hand
Light Concord Buggies
The same as formerly sold by Mr. Woodruff,
and which became so universally popular all
through the South, as the best Buggy in use.
We also furnish IRON AXLE PLANTA
TION WAGONS, of the very best make in
America, for 2, 4 or 6 horses.
We invite all who want anv article in our
liue to address
TOMLINSON, DEMAREST CO,
620 Broadway, New York
July 26 ly
Hi sr®. I
THE undersigned has opened a Shop
in Thomasville, for the Maunfactute
and Repairing of
Making and Furnishing Cofims, Ac., 4c.
fl&“Shop second door from the Print
ing Office, on Jefferson street,
L. J SPITZ.
Jan 1 8 m
We the undersigned can now say to the
Public that wc are ready to
as we have purchased an engine and mill
of sufficient power to do good Work, and
the way you have to prove it is to bring
your Corn and see it you do not get good
Meal.ln connection with our Mill we will
make Furniture to order, tSash, Blinds,
Doors, lip, Dress, Tongue and Groove
Plank, make Coffins to order with neat
ness and despatch, we will also take con.
t’ acts for Building houses.
TAYLOR & DEKLE.
I feel thankful to the Public for their
liboral patronage extended to me hereto*
sere, and hope I may merit -tinuat
~1 HE undersigned are now offering Fawtllj
JL (irerrrirx Cheap for Cash, at the stand
of David Harrell.
They are also preparing to receive a large
Os >H Brwri|tiu,
the earae place, which they intend offering
*he public upon the most reasonable terms,
r Cash orConntry Produce.
* x JAS ‘ A ‘ BROOKS
Mustard— for sale
by W p. CJOWER A CO.
By L. C. BRYAN.
y .. w _ji . a., . .
Quick Sales and
J. Schiff ABro.
ABE RECEIVING THEIR
Fall and Winter Stock of
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Flour,
Coffee, Rice, Tobacco,
Leather, &c„ Ac.
Save Tour Money
ALL those indebted to J. Schiff & Brother,
from, before and during the war, who
will pay np before the first of November next,
will be relieved of four years interest, other
wise they will be sued and collected according
If vou want to buy GOOD ('HEAP
CALICOK*, FRENCH MBRUtOI,
Del. A I IV KM, and a great variety of other
handsome DRESS GOODS, call on
J. SCHIFF Ac DUO'S.
A. FINE LOT OF
CIASSIMERK, Satinets and Kent Jeans,
* you cun find at very low prices, at the
J. SC BIFF Ac BBO’S.
If yon want
For Ladies or Children,
A. SCHIFF Ac BBO’S.
A good assortment of
(Ladies and Children,)
SHAWLS, FIXE BLASKETS OF
Alii. SIZES, BBARLEY’S EL.
IiIPTIC AND OTHER
are kept by
J. SCHIFF Ac BRO*S.
1 '” 1 r
If you want to purchase
For Men and Boys, call at J’. SCHIFF St
BROTHER’S, who have one of the largest
and best stocks in the market. If you wish to
SAVE MONEY come and look.
J. SCHIFF & BRO.
Keep a good article of
Boots, Shoes and Leather,
And will sell them at the very lowest prices.
A good assortment of
Oold and Silver Watches, Jewel
ry, Notions, Cotton Scales,
And most everything else kept usually at a
Dry Goods and Clothing Store.
Come and see for yourself, and vou will
J- SCHIFF & BRO.
Will sell you Goods Cheaper, or at least sm
Cheap, as any other House South of Mason
ft Dixon's line. oct 4
Having bought out the tan yard
of J. Schiff & Brother, at Thomasville,
and determined to carry on the business of
TANNING, the undersigned v |f purchase
OF GOOD HIDES,
if delivered at David Harrell’s Provision Store,
where they will be paid for in Family Groce
ries or Cash.
The undersigned will also give a liberal
price tor GOOD OAK RAKK, for
JAS. A. BROOKS.
Feb 7 6-6 m
Notice to Debtors
TIHE following are the names of some whose
books and papers have been placed in our
hands for adjustment and settlement :
Little St Hnnter, Books, Notes and Accounts. |
Uryan & Kenean, books T. -
Carrolt St Martin, accounts.
Holcombe St Cos, Savannah, accounts.
Estate J. M. Vickers, dec’d, and P. N. Vick
Estate R. R. Evans, dec’d, notes and acc'ts.
Estate W. R. Stegall, M. D., dec’d, books,
notes and accounts.
S. F. Dnpou, M. D., accounts.
H. M Mitchell, M. D., accounts.
Robert Love, books, notes and acconnts.
Debtors to these persons are requested to <
call, and see if we cannot agree upon some
plan of settlement that will be mutually satis
factory to all concerned ,- and thereby save the i
trouble and expense of tedious law suits.
Persons in this Conntv who are indebted to
J M St M B Hunter, or John McMullan, of
Bi ooka, are informed that the Thomas County
claims of these gentlemen have been placed in
our hands; and the Brooks Couuty Debtors of
Little St Hnnter, and Banm St Schiff, are nqti- ,
tied that Messrs. Hnnter At McCall of Quitman,
hold the claims against them-
BRYAN St HARRIS,
Sept 27 -A Att’ys at Law.
I. KUBITSHEK & BRO.,
- . **•-. ... . Jgai- . f* *C.
rTTAKE pleasure in announcing to (lie citisens of Thomasville and public generally
I that their Stock of
FALL AND WINTER
• ‘ ‘
We have used unusual care in buying this season, and feel assured
FANCY DRESS AND STAPLE COODS,
Will give satisfaction to our patrons.
We have bought heavily, and at as low rates as any merchants who have made pur
chases in New York this season. We do not intend to hold, but are
DETERMINED TO SELL!
And at such figures as will give satisfaction to those who may favor us with their pat
ronage. All we ask is a TRIAL. GIVE US A CALL, and we will at all times
take pleasure in exhibiting our Stock, feeling assured that we can please the
eye without drawing too heavily upon the purse. Our stock will be kept
up to the standard of a full assortment during the season.
, Our stock will be found to consist of a splendid and varied assortment of
LADIES DRESS COODS
Such as, French, English and American Prints, All Wo.l Delaines, French Merinos,
Plain and Figured Silks, Alpacas, Poplins, Mohairs, Scotch Plaids and Ginghams.
Ladies Cloaks, Shawls, Sontags Nubias, Vandykes, Breakfast Shawls, Jaconet, Swiss
and Velvet Trimmings, Braids, Collars and Cults, Thread, Laces, Ribbons, Belting,
Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, Hoop Skirts, Umbrellas, Balmoral Skirts, &c , &c,
; GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
INCLUDING A SUPERIOR LOT OF
Ready Made Clothing
SHIRTS, DRAWERS, PIECE GOODS, &c,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
A large assortment for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Misses.
A HEAVY STOCK OF
Foreign and Domestic Goods
Always on hand, including SHIRTING, SHEETING, BLEACHED AND UN
BLEACHED, HICKORY STRIPES, OSNABURGS, PLAIN AND STRI
PED, SPUN YARN, &c., &c
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valises, Blankets-inoluding some very Fine
HARDWARE, CUTLERY. SHOT GUNS, PISTOLS,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, -
Fancy Notions and. Perfumery.
In short, every thing usually found in a first elnss Dry Goods Store.
N. 8.--Osnaburgs and Yarn sold at Factory Prices by wholesale.
I. KUBITSHEK & BROTHER.
In Thomasville and the surrounding Country-
A Sew War Just commenced In the Sooth against all blgb
prices of Goods, as will be seen by calling al either of
B. & L. GOLDBERG’S
Where you will find all kinds of Goods sold at NEW YORK COST and EXPENSES—
Consisting in part of tLe following articles :
CALICOES OF A Kill KINDS AND DESCRIPTION, AND ALL OTHER
KINDS OF DKI GOODS NEEDED IN THIS COUNTRY. CAUIi
AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES!
Ladies Dress Goods, all varieties, Gents Furnishing Goods, new style
ALSO —Silks, French Merinos, All Wool Delaines, Alapacas, Saxon Stripes, Irish
Poplin, Scotch Plaid, Muslin Delaines, French, English and American Prints, Flan
nels, Opera Flannel, Balmoral Skirts, &c., &c.
A full slock of the Latest Styles of CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, SHAWLS dON
TAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, VANDYKES, NUBIAS, and all
-~-rrrT~j" —Also, the Latest At'/ilas of Ladies Hats, Ribbnru, Trimmings, Flow
—•, Sc., &c.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
CUTLERY OF EVERY KIND, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY—in short, every other article
which yeu may wish, can be found at either of
R. & L. GOLDBERG’S Stores —One at the old Stand, the
other next door to John Stark’s Confectionary.
COME AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE
In conclusion, we would return our thanks for the very liberal patronage bestowed
upon us in times past, and now ask a continuance of the same at the Cheap Store of
I ‘ L QO “ >BBBO ’
Tlae Very Latest Item- Cotton Rising I
C-TTON NEEDED VERy MUCH BY TnE MANUFACTORIES— HIGHEST PRI
CES EVER OFFERED in THIS TOWN FOR COT TON— PLEASE CALL ON US
BEFORE SELLING T 0 ANY BODY- B. AL. Goldberg.
October U (}1 if
THOMAS YILLE, GA., THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1866.
H. WOLFF|S bro.,
BEG leave to Inform the citisens of Thomasville nod surrounding country, that they
hare received and will be constancy receiving large lots of
ILL KIRK OF DRY GOOD!
LADIES DRESS AND GENTLEMEN’S
Such W Bilks, French and English Merinos j all Wool Delaines, Alpaccas, Saxon
Stripes and Irish Poplins, Scotch Plaids, Muslin Delaines, French, English
and American Prints, Flannels and Opera Flannels, Balmoral Skirts.
A FUEL STOCK OF THE LATEST STYLES OF
Cloaks and Mantillas,
SHAWLS, SONTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS, VANPYKES, NUBIAS,
and all kinds of WORSTED KNIT GOODS.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, FLOWERS—AII of which are Unparalleled!
Staple Domestic Urn tSooite,
Yankee Notions, Cutlery. Crockery and Stationery, Bich
Perfumes and .Toilet Soaps.
A SPLENDID STOCK FROM THE BEST MANUFACTURERS OF
Boots and Shoes,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT LOW PRICES.
| Our stock of
CLOTHING, PIECE, & GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Are unsurpassed iu the Country.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
TOBACCO and SEGARS.
As our stock has been selected with great care, and purchased under the most favo
rable circumstances, we do not hesitate to say, that we are enabled to sell, at least, at
as low prices as any other house in the whole country. All we ask is, that the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Thomasville and vicinity, will favor us with a call, and judge our
Goods ind Prices. If they will do this, we ieel confident that none of them will leave
our establishment without purchasing. It is needless to say, that they will be re
ceived cordially and treated politely, and charged nothing for examining our goods—
so, please give us a call before purohasing elsewhere.
H. WOLFF & BROTHER.
The attention of Country Merchants is invited to our superb stock of Goods. To
them we offer great inducements in splendid bargains.
Sept 27 39-ts H. WOLFF & BROTHER.
LATHROP is CO.,
139 & 141 CONGRESS STREET,
WHOLESALE ROOMS, UP STAIRS.
WE having procured the Stores formerly occupied by Messrs. NEVITT, LATHROP &
ROGERS, and Messrs. HENRY LATHROP St CO., will be prepared September Ist
to 15th, to exhibit a large stock of
D R Y GOODS,
Ready Made Clothing,
m r m 9 mum, mm, m.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY—TT|p Stairs,
We propose to manufacture our Clothing at Home, which will enable us to offer induce
inents equal to the Northern Markets.
One or the firm, who has had twenty fiye years experience in the business in this city, will
remain in thepurchasing markets, and will devote his time specially to the Southern Trade.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS are inyited to’ examine oqr Btock before purchasing.
DWIGHT LATHROP, Late D. & E. S. LATHROP.
JOHN W. NEVITT, ft” NEVITT, LATHROP & ROGERS,
CHAS. W. BRUNNER, “ HENRY LATHROP & CO.
Apr 1 31 6m
SAVANNA! HAT STURt
- No. 153 CONGRESS STREET,
SAVANNAH, - - - Qeorgia.
Hals, Caps and Straw Goods.
Wholesale Room, VP STAIRS.
Retail Department, FIRST FLOOR.
Constantly on hud, Mem'it Boys’ Felt, Wool, Dress Silk, and CaAimere Hats, of all the
late styles, Cloth, Beotch. Velvet and Glued Caps, Socks, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs,
Neck lies, Paper and Linen (Mian, Umbrellas, it c.
Ladies’ and Misses Hits and Jockey’s, of all styles—trimmed and nntrimmed.
My f-ciliuee for purchasing them Goods are unsurpassed, and I can sell them as low as they
can be jobbed or retailed m any of the Northern or Eastern markets.
A reside nee in this city from boyhood, and an active business experience of over fifteen
yean, gives me confidence in appealing to my fellow citizens in town and country for their
SMr 8 M. GOLDING.
VOL. VI.—NO. 2.
Corn § Cotton
KM MIDDLE FLORIDA, THE}
LAID OF FLOWERS t
9T AM now offering one
1. of the most
plantations for Bate, ever
offered in Middle Flo
Seventeen Hundred Acres
Os Oak and Hickory, Hammock and Pine
Lunds unsurpassed in the State.
About 600 acres in good condition for culti-.
vation, all hammock. The uncleared lauds
thickly studded with fine timber.
On the premises is a comfortable framed
dwelling house, with out-buildings in good
condition, negro cabins for 50 workers, barns,’
stables, fodder houses, and, in fact,every thing
else necessary for planting purposes and con
Good Grin House and Screw,
Wells or Fine Water, Ac.
The quality of these lands, their situatica
and condition renders them equal to any in the
State for farming; and taken altogether, with
the moderate price demanded for the place, if
is the best opportunity for investment novf
before the public.
For further information address
JAMES A. LINTON,
Or the editor of the Southern Enterprise.
Mav 2 18 ts
/v'> r ; use cv
CHILLS & FEVER
- “ A - certain -
GALLIHANB PILLS are composed
simply of Vegetable Medicines. They arq
Cathartic Pills , acting upon the Stomach,
Liver and Bowels ; containing no Arsenic','paL
omel, Blue Mats, or any other Mineral sub
stance. The great advantage the Proprietors
claim for these Pills is that, without the aid of
Calomel Blue Mass, or apy othpr Minerals,
they will cure the most obstinate cases of
Chills and Feyer, Dumb Ague, Periodical
Headache, Neuralgia and all affections of q
like character! Follow the directions, and you
will find they will do all that claimed foe
them. Try one box, and their own merits wilf
recommend them ever afterwards
dPWe have used Galligh an’s Pills,an<}
have never known them to fail to cure when
the directions were followed, and unliesita
tiugly recommend them to public favor:
Hon T H Watts, Ex-Governor of Ala.
Hon T J Judge, Judge Supreme Court of
Hon Rob’t Dougherty, Judge 9th Circuit of
Wm. G. Waller, Sheriff Montgomery co.,
Hon Alexander B. Clitherall, Montgomery,
Alabama. f ‘
Col Jas H Weaver, Montgomery, Ala.
Col Crawford Bibb, Montgomery, Ala.
Maj E A Banks, Com. Merchant. N. 0.. La,
Geo Mason, Esq.. Mayor, Wetumpka, Ala.
Mikel Woods, Attorney at Law, ‘206 Broad
way, New York.
Daniel Sayre, Grand Sec. Grand Lodge, Ala t
F & A Masons.
BLOUNT A HALE,
Sole Proprietors, Montgomery, Ain.,
Harrul, Risley & Tompkins, 141 Chambers at.,
N. Y., S. W. Morsdun, N. Y., Edward ‘
Wilder & Cos., Louisville, Ky., E. J.
Hart &- Cos., N. O. La., Blount A
Hule, Montgomery, Aiq.
E. SEIXAS, Thomasville, Ga.,
And all other Druggists. aug 15-ts
C 0 MMERCWL*COLLE 8 E.
Business and Financial
And every Branch of Trade f aught hf
Competent Sr- Practical Bsaine— Meqfe
Alabama St., between Pryor and
Double Entry Book Keeping*
Penmanship, Mercantile Cal
culations and Conunocoial Law*.
Life Scholarship,including Stationery, sl9o>,
For particulars address
G. WALTON KNIGHT,
Box 905 Atlanta, Ga-.
Sept 27 39-libl
Great improvement in Sewing Machines !■
Salesrooms, 536 Broadway, N. Y., 956
Washington St., Boston, 991 Chest
nut St., Philadelphia.
Patented February 14, 1860.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on entirely
new principles of mechanism, possessing
many rare and valuable improvements, having
been examined by the most profound experts,,
and pronounced to be
Simplicity and Perfection CsmbiasA.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular action,
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH;
which will neither RIP nor RAVEL, and is
alike on botn sides; performs perfect sewing
on every description of material, from Leather
te the finest Nansook muslin, with cotton, linen,,
or silk thread, from the coarsest to the finest*
number. Having neither CAM or COG wheel,
and the least possible friction, it runs as smooth
as glass, and is
j-kk cent, less power
to drive it than any other machine in the star-,
ket. A girl twelve years of age can work it
steadily, without fatigue or injury to health.
Its Streugth and wonderful Simplicity of
Construction renders it almost impossible to get
out of order, and is GUARANTEED by the
company to give entire saMafoMaon.’
We respectfully invite all thoae who aav
desire to supply themselves with a superior t£
tide, to come and examine this Unrivalled
One half hoar's instruction is sufficient tc*
enable any person to work this i*tl to,
their entire satisfaction.
Agents wanted for all towns in the United
States, whore agencies are not already* nstab
hsfied. Also, for Cuba, Mexico, Central ami
South America, to whom a liberal diaoonnt wilf
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MFO CO,.
536 Broadway, H.Y.
A EMPIRE HAH RESIOREA
N elegant Dressing,
An infallible restorer of Volar.
And a wonderful Invigoratar of the HADL
Prepared by —r.
T O, c p< CLOV7EK A CO.,
Jan 31 5-ts Apo hecaries BH
an* dries Mill, 6 boros wmr?
Boirs at this efiic*, *"•