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I : . prietors, - - - ATHENS, GA,
!, M. F. Word and J. it. Wikle A Cos..
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*” TA2ZES FREE.
j,. it ordained by the mayor and alder
,,l the city of Cartersville, (in., that
~ t,:ty of parties who shall in future
i;; pro|M*rt,v in said city for the
of conductina,' any manufactur
hi!‘Tprisc, find shall actually operate
tii" s.Mue. shall be exempt from all city
taxes upon such property and all niachin
,. i improvements thereon of every
, ' ;t .j, ( -r, for the term of five years from
l], 0 purchase of such property.
\no!'oved Nov. Ist, 1887, Cartersville,
j-j. —j. A. ( rawford. Chairman, A. M. XX’ill
inliami. Moses Schener.
_<; w. Waldrup, Chairman, A. L. Bar
ren. XV A. Brndley.
. . \. Collins, Chairman, A. Is. Barron, L,
t, |, B. Matthews, Chairman, G. W. XVal
,inip, A. Collins.
pi buildings—XV. A. Bradley, Chairman, A.
Collins, L. B. Matthews.
\ !,. Barron, airman, A. M. Will
inahiini. Moses Schener.
jo X. Moon, J. C. Wofford,
Jk Cartersville Lodge No. <l3, F. and A. M.
(./vU Meets tii'st and third Tuesdays at 7*4
X F, i,Ylork, p. m. A. VV FITE. W. .XL
\ G. W. XVALDBUP, Sec’.v.
Notice to Patrons.
On tl.cOth ot .July, 1888, theCouRANT-
v■ •;: c l!'An printing establishment was
Mild hy Messrs. Wikle & Willingham to
the undersigned. According to the terms
' > '!e. the former proprietors are en
n and to nil amounts due the office for
idvTttising ami job work completed up
I ■ tin day of sale, the new proprietors
le g entitled to Day for al l advertising
iii the naper from the day of sale.
11! amounts due for subscription to
I I 1 paper, from any date are payable to
the new firm.
Christian A Freeman,
- Small Hems Corralled.
H. J. McCormick,
P. O. Stilesboro, Ga.
U. Ik Cason, Resident Dentist, Carters
vilie, (Ja. He lias had just twenty years
Mood time to paint.
big demand for houses to rent.
Country watermelons plentiful.
I'he broom factory is doing nicely.
Cartersville has some of the prettiest
drives in Georgia.
Mis. W. C. Raker and children are vis
ding at Gainesville.
Hie blackberry brigade will soon be
placed on the retired list.
Etowah Heights is growing in popn-
Jarity as a summer resort.
•'■’a. Arthur Davis and daughter left
1 liLsdav for a visit to Tennessee,
home new improvements are being
made this week at the Howard bank.
c :n g friends and relatives in this city.
'Ps. J. W. Cunvus left last Wednes
(,:hv for a visit to relatives in Hancock
here have been a number of real es
tate transfers in the city within the last
™Viss Hattie Peacock left last Monday
ol ' Atlanta, where she will visit*for a
"'nek or so.
home eight or ten persons from Car
c*rsville attended Cedartown’s barbecue
|ft ßt Saturday.
Miss Rertha Roberson, of Atlanta, is
her cousin, Aliss Annie W. Jones,
1 artersville has cause to congratulate
liMrsielf on the possession of such able
good men as pastors of her churches.
iis,s Annie Laura Jones returned to
ier home last week. She has been on a
M'P out West with her father, Rev. Joe
>U! “ farmers would do well to read the
d 'b'ertisement of Thos. Lumpkin. He
' ‘ save you money in the purchase of
ar ni machinery.
*ii'* ‘ Sam Jones Mills” have been thor-
Oil o*l 1
-.my overhauled and uexv machinery
'!' j !1 h'otn wheel-pit to roof and the
l '' ll ‘ ’ s ,lo ' v as well equipped to do first
work, and to do it rapidly, as any
i ' 'Onage, and guarantee satisfaction,
a " u *r no chromos. nor will I haul
W ( j f !u * n to or from town. You must
[tii* 1 ovvn hauling. I am compelled
I !l all alike and I do not care to
Mid , j°b °f hauling to and
L l „;t- , nill for all of my customers,
Tl ~/ * Hl ° no better than the rest.
1 * or Past favors, and trusting
auv. . U l,ou thorough satisfaction, I
‘ I,s t 0 cominand, C. T. Jones.
Let everybody take a hand with the
old soldiers, and make the reunion of the
18th Ga. regiment on the 10th of August
a grand success.
Misses Grace Thomas and Minnie
Laves h*f't on the 11:4(> train Tuesday
for Marietta, where they will spend two
weeks with relatives.
Mr. R. I\Godfrey is having the condi
tion and looks of his dwelling on Bartow
street improved by the putting on of a
new roof and repainting.
Mr. Will MalTett, at his business place,
Monday handled a couple of watermel
ons, each weighing forty-one pounds.
They were raised by Mr. Heath.
Rev. I)r. John Jones, of Atlanta, will
preach at the Presbyterian church next
Sabbath in the absence of the pastor, who
is assisting in a protracted meeting at
Rev. J. S. Hiflhouse, the beloved pastor
ot our Presbyterian church, is assisting
in the protracted meeting at Euharlee.
May his labors be crowned with abun
Mr. Kul ins, of Nebraska, is looking for
his family the last of this week, and we
learn there are two other families from
the same section arranging to locate
here. Let them come.
Mr. M. G. Dobbins will begin to remove
the old wood building from the Gilreath
corner, on Main and Erwin streets, in a
tew days, to give place for a handsome
two story brick block.
Miss Berta Jones, of Macon, who has
been spending several weeks with Miss
Mary Joae.sg left last Monday for Atlan
ta, where she will remain a few days be
fore returning to her home.
There will be another one of those de
lightful hops at Etowah Heights to
night. Fifteen eopuples will come from
Marietta and Atlanta, and they will be
joined hy others from this city.
The Fast and West did a big passenger
busings last Saturday, The regular and
special trains were packed, but the care
ful officials handled the crowds safely
and made the trip pleasant for all.
Mr. 11. S. Hull informs us that a large
number of people in Nebraska have their
eyes on Georgia as a future home, and he
is posting them as to the many advan
tages of Cartersville and Bartow county.
Mr. Henry Terrell leaves Cartersville
to-day for Texas, to which State he goes
in order to meet a number of his rela
tives he hasn’t seen for a number of
years. He expects to be gone a mouth
Miss Grace Stephens, who has been
spending most of her holidays with Jier
sister, Mrs. John Anderson, left yesterday
to spend several days with relatives and
friends in Rome, where we hope she wi’J
have a delightful time.
Messrs. Flam Christian and I). B.
Freeman have bought the Cartersville
Cofrant-AmEricaN, one of the best
papers in the State. They are both ca
pable journalists and will make it a suc
cess. —Dahlonega Signal.
Attention is directed to Bartow Leake’s
card in another column. He represents
splendid companies and is prepared to in
sure all classss of property. Call on Bar
tow when you want to insure and he will
do the square thing with you.
Rev. Samuel Hall, of Woodbury, N. J.,
conducted services at the Episcopal
church last Sunday. The church edifice
has just had a number of repairs made
on it that adds both to the appearance
Capt. John Postell and Mr. Sanford
Vandivere, of the East and AA’est Rail
road, spent Sunday and Monday at Ty
bee Island. Sanford, who is ever appre
ciative of a good time, is enthusiastic in
affirming the pleasure the trip afforded.
The Fast A AA’est Railroad rolling stock
has just had added to it a handsome
new passenger coaeh turned out at the
Cod art own shops. It made its first trip
Saturday last. It is a beauty and has
had many compliments bestowed upon it.
Messrs. J. H. Garrison and Low Aforrill
have opened a now beef market one door
East of Carter Williams on xvest Main
street. They have secured fhe big re
frigerator from the old ice house near the
depot, and will run a free delivery sys
.Our old friends, Dave Freeman and
Flam Christian, have bought the Car
tersville Courant-Americax. They are
first-class newspaper men and Dave has
scores of friends in this comity who join
us in wishing him success.—Rockmart
The Harmony Grove camp meeting,
over in Paulding county, xvill begin on
Thursday night before the third Sunday
in August. This will be a good place for
Cartersville people to do good and get
good. A number of noted preachers are
While other comm unites are suffering
from visitations of fever and grievous
summer complaints, we hear of com
paratively little sickness of any kind in
or around Cartersville. A’eritably ours
is one of the most healthful localities in
The north bound morning train on the
AA’estern and Atlantic railroad was de
layed at this point several hours last
Friday by the wreck of a freight train
near Cass Station. The passengers were
enabled to take a look at the coming
Pittsburg of Georgia.
Aliss Minnie Quinn returned to her
home in Atlanta to-day, acrompanied by
Miss Lillie Alley. Aliss Alinnie is one of
the sweetest and most intelligent young
ladies who has visited our town for
awhile. She has won friends here who
will always be glad to see her.
Mrs. Caldwell and her son, of Euharlee,
were visiting relatives in the city yester
Clarence Johnson, of Atlanta, is visit
ing his parents in this city.
The smiling countenance of Isadore
Schener, of Ced&rtown, is seen on our
streets this week.
Miss Lila Stephens, a charming young
ladv of Thomasville, is visiting Mrs. A.
T .. , . *
J. Laves, of this place.
Mrs. T. C. Milner and children, of Cal
houn, are with Cartersville relatives and
will spend a week or more.
Mayor J. C. Wofford has just been in a
light little spell of sickness, but is Improv
ing and will Soon be out again.
Air. Ab. Wilson, Folk’s clever deputy
sheriff, last Friday passed through the
city on his return from Adairsville,
where lie lmd been suddenly called by the
intelligence of the illness with fever of his
little daughter, visiting at that point.
John Glover, one of CartersvilUCs effi
cient and polite barbers, secured a better
half in the person of Miss Lucy Walker,
the other day. The conspicuously nu
merous presents received attests signally
the popularity of the couple among their
Peacock & Veal propose to boom the
furniture business whether anything else
booms or not. Be sure and read what
they say in their new advertisement in
this week’s issue. They are live men and
have one of the finest stocks of furniture
in this section.
On yesterday a rumor was current on
the streets that Maj. Chas. H. Smith and
his son had made a sale of Alabama
mineral lands amounting to $50,000.
If so, we congratulate the Major, and
also our city, as he is one of our most
Miss Madaline Walker, one of Carters
ville’s most accomplished young ladies,
left the other day for Gadsden, Alabama,
where she will probably remain some
months as a music teacher, Should her
services be secured we would heartily con
gratulate the citizens of Gadsden.
Rev. Air. Darr, of Jasper, Tenn.,
preached at Emerson Saturday, Sunday
and Monday to large and deeply interes
ted congregations. He- is accompanied
by his wife who is a daughter of ('apt. E.
G. Rogers, of Emerson, Their visit has
been greatly enjoyed by the Emersonß
Rev. AY. H. Cooper, pastor of the Bap
tist church here,' has bought the Johnson
place next to the Methodist church lot,
and will occupy it another year. This
will be a central and convenient location
for this active worker in the Master’s
vineyard, as his work takes in all parts
of the city.
On account of indisposition Dr. Felton
did not give us his promised speech last
Tuesday. It was postponed to a later
day. The doctor has very decided and
clear views on the question of the AAA A:
A. R. R., and our people are anxious to
hear him on that subject. No man in
Georgia is better posted.
Nearly every day some one i in
quiring for a house to rent and one is no
sooner vacated than there are a dozen
applications for it. There are surely
some men in our midst who could invest
in buildings to rent and thus not only
help the town but realize returns greater
than they could reasonably expect from
Air. H. S. Hull, a Georgia boy, who has
been living several years at Tecumseh,
Nebraska, came back for his health a
few and now looks like another
man. He says he has gained about
thirty pounds since coming to the good
old county of Bartow. He will soon
arrange his affairs to remain with us
AA’e call attention to the advertisement
for agents for the only authorized book
on Cleveland and Thurman, giving biog
raphies, etc —a most interesting and
timely work, written by the noted jour
nalist and chairman of the Democratic
State Convention of Pennsylvania, Hon.
W. U. Hensel. Messrs. AA’ikle A Cos. are
the only authorized agents for the sale of
this popular book in Bartow county.
Rev. H. J. Adams, the popular pastor
of our Methodist church, was appointed
presiding elder in place of Rev. Mr.
Roberts, who was elected financial secre
tary for Emory College, but for some
reasons presented by Mr. Adams, the
bishop reconsidered the appointment and
Bro. Adams remains in Cartersville. All
our people are glad that this faithful
man of God is not to leave Cartersville.
On Monday last Mrs. E. M. Barbour
bought through Kirkpatrick A Pent
land the J. Dixon Smith place on Main
street, as an investment. A considerable
advance on the purchase price was offered
the following day. Mr. Barbour is from
Massachusetts, and is accompanied by
her son, Mr. R. H. Barbour, who will re
main some time in this city, and it is to
be hoped that they will become perma
Mrs. Addie Roberts, the widow of R. ’C*
Roberts, died in this city on last Friday
afternoon, aftef a long and painful ill
ness Her health had been poor for
years and her death would not have been
unexpected at any time in the *past three
months. She was a member of the Meth
odist church and had been for a number
of years. She bore her affliction with
great patience, and her end was peace.
Her funeral occurred at the Methodist
church Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
1 he services were conducted by the pas- j
tor of that chureh. She leax’es two fath
J&- L L
A CtOLD E N O P PORT U NI T Y !
The Leaders of Low Prices.
(’apt. Towers made a good suggestion
to us the othar day. Let Bartow county
have a man of good judgment to display
and explain our resources as represented
at the Rome Exposition. Let them gix-e
letters of introduction to visitors who
want to see our iron fields, splendid
lands, etc. Let a committee be appointed
to receive them here and show them
around. Some such a plan would be a
great advantage to us.
The furnace matter remains not defii
nitel.v settled, as the Birmingham syndi
cate is considering a proposition from
our city, which there is every reason to
believe they will accept. In the meantime
Eastern capitalists have given some of
our people to Understand that they
would readily accept such a proposition’
and put in a furnace plant. It is only
a question of a little time—but furnaces
we are bound to have. No place in Geor
gia offers as fine a field for this class of
investment as Cartersville.
Mr. Elam Christian, formerly editor of
the Journal, has formed a copartnership
with Mr. 1). B. Freeman, and purchased
the Cos fra nt-American, of Cartersville.
This is a live paper and it is the repre
sentatix-e sheet of a flourishing county.
Mr. Christian is a valuable journalist to
a booming town, and we congratulate
the citizens of Cartersville, who will soon
learn to appreciate him as the right man
in the right place. Gentlemen of the firm,
we wish you unbounded success. — Talla
St. James.— AA’ James, Bowling Green,
Ivy; Geo L Morris, Birmingham; T AY
Vaughan, Mt Pleasant, Texas; AA’ T
Hesse, Cincinnati, Ohio; T H Challenger,
Philadelphia, Pa; M Mc( andless, Lead
ville, Col; R (> Wallace, Chattanooga;
Chas H Morton, Cincinnati, Ohio; C H
Banks, Nashville; Hiram Blaisdell, Bos
ton; J C S Douglas, C J F Bene, Cincin
nati; 1’ II Tracy, Tippin, Ohio; J AV
Bogle, Dalton; Henry Brad lord, N Y; .T
F Lent, Sumner, 111; N AI Wright, Atlan.
ta; M J McCord, R Air, Nashville; N Fer
guson. Rock mart, Ga; E H Woodward,
New A’ork ; G AY Corley, Atlanta; Geo P
Allen, Atlanta; O A Sparks, N Y; J L
Richmond, Baltimore; A C Bruce, At
lanta; N Schermerhorn, I) Kellogg, An
tigo, AAis; Samuel D Martin, Birming
ham; J t 1 Lucker, Florida; Noble Smith
son, I P Hale, Chattanooga, Tenn; AA’ B
EAST MAIN STREET
Is the place to go for
In order to make room for an enormous fall
stock we will sell for the next thirty days goods
XX e have on hand a large lot of Gents’ and Boys’
That must be closed out at once. JEANS PANTS
m all Styles. Don’t miss this rare opportunity
to secure GREAT BARGAINS. Yours truly,
CEO. W. SATTERFIELD A SON.
WEST END INSITUTE
The fall session will open on
Monday, August 6th, 1888.
Mrs. J. W. Harris, Sr. Prtf. L. B. Robeson.
L B. ROBESON, A. M.
Professor of Latin, Greek, Higher Mathematici and B k-Keepiug.
MRS. J, W. H.UUUSS, SR.
Teacher oi Academic and Prepivaiovv Department,
MISS MAPI SOFGE,
Instmmentai aiiu YcOiil Music, Gcrnr'. ,\ u d Calisthenics.
MISS LOUISE CALHOUN -Art Departm-xt.
Primary and preparatory, per month - $ 150
Intermediate, 2 00
Collegiate and high school, “ “ - - - 300
Incidental fee, “ “ - - - 15
French and German, each, “ “ - 150
Fire Insurance Agency.
Represents Leading Companies.
Office over Postoffice, Cartersville, Ga.
ENGINES. GUELATT GINS,
McCormick Mowers, Thomas Rakes, Sorghum Mills, One-horse Wheat Driils S2O to $35 Two Horse
Drills. All guaranteed.
Gin. Condenser, Feeder and Engine, Cheap. See me when you want any kind of Farm Machinery.
* THOMAS LUMPKIN, Cartersville, Gi.
Office with B. F. Godfrey.
Fife, Life end Occident Imp!
;!,T:l lin^ i rA Canti,e P Uild ! n A fl J l nd st< t c^ s ’ * aw , Planing, corn and flour mills insured at reasonaM *
rates Gin houses and contents insured in any portion of the county. Best of companies i•him-,.-
sented. Office \\ est Main street, .3 doors West of flie old N. Gilreath corner. lep,^
A Grateful. AcknowJ<ltf‘‘ment.
Montpelier, 0., Sept. L\ 1887.
The Swift Specific Cos., Atlantic, Ga.:
Gentlemen: I wish to proclaim to the
world what S. S. S. has done for vne*
For the past ten years I have been afflic
ted with dreadful eruptions on my face,
caused by ivy poison. I was under the
treatment of a number of physicians, but
obtained no relief. I tried the best
“blood purifiers in the market, but with
out ax’ail. I had given up in despair,
thinking I could not be cured; but hap
pening to read the Detroit Journal, I
noticed S. S. S. advertised and read Mrs.
Bradley’s testimonial. I thought I
would try this remedy. I have taken
eight bottles, and there is not a spot on
my face. It has also cured me of chronic
catarrh. I hax'e never enjoyed better
health than Ido at present. I feel like a
new person. 1 cannot find words suffi
cient to express my appreciation of its
merits, and the gratitude I feel for the
glad tidings that came to me through
the reading of that advertisement. Wish
ing you every success, I am
Yours truly, Josie Owen.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free. The Sxvift Specific Cos.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Board, (including fuel, lights and washing)
per month, 12 50
Music, per month, ----- 4 on
Use of piano, for practice, per month. - 100
Art—Oil painting or crayon, per month, - 4 'o
Gint Mid-Summer Piano mi-l Orcn
Ludden & Bates’Southern Alusic Uonw>,
i oi Su.vaiin.ih, Ga., make an offer which
all who want pianos and organs xvill do
well to take advantage of. Under their
Grand Mid-Summer Sale they will sell
pianos or organs during June, July.
August and September at lowest rock
bottom cash prices, requiring aeash pay
ment of only $25 on a piano and $lO on
an organ, and letting the balance run
until November 1, without interest or
advance in price. Parties can thus buy
now at spot cash rates, and pay when
cotton is sold. See their new advertise
ment in this issue and write to them
The following stray stock were taken
up by J. AV’. Cunvus at Stilesboro last
Tuesday morning: One gray mare and
3'oung colt, and one roan colt one-and-a
half years old. The owners can get them
by calling on Mr. Cunyus.
TO SELL—Flexible sand stone, brown hema
tite ore; also combination roof paint, me
talic, golden sienna, brown umber, ochre, dry
and mixed paint. Address L. Scofield & Son.
110 College street, Chattanooga, Tenn. 7-20-,Lit
Fine Cigars aud Tobaccoes at Wikle s
drug Store. tf