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Jackson, ga , ocr., 4, 1882
T OU\ A\ ( OIM Y.
office county coCUT.)
Hulls County, <iu. >
April 4th 182. )
Oil mill after this date, all advertisements of
county matters will lie done in Hie Jackson News
Uv/rrier of the Court.
oraer 01 HENRY HENDRICK.
Judge C. C. B. C.
A IXOUMBW KYTS,
FOR TAX RECEIVER.
tVE are autberired to announce the name of
C K. Carter, for tlie office of Tax Receiver of
For Tax Iteeeiver.
We are autliotized to nnnotinee the nntne of
J M. HOLIFIEI.D, for the office of TAX ltE
( El V ER of Butts county.
We are authorized to announce the name of Mr.
(-RENN HARPER, for the ofllee of TAX COL
LECTOR of Butts county.
For Tax ilte ©tor.
We are authorised to announce the name of
Jas. LeGuin, Jr., for the office of TAX COLLKC
TOP of Putts county.
From this date nil advertisements
connected with the Sheriff's Office will
lip advertise I in the Middle Georgia
Are-ns. This September ITJh ISS2.
J. 0. BfeAttCHAMt*,
Sheriff B. C.
The cotton market opened to-day
at front 9| to 9}.
Rolla Ryan to-night at the school
GotoGignilliatt’s forgood goods,fine
goods and cheap goods.
D( n’t forget to call find examine the
stock of goods of Etheridge & Furlow,
Henry Benton went to Atlanta this
week, to purchase a first-class dray. If
you want draying done promptly C ill
on Benton & L ind.
We have had so much jot) work on
hand the past week, that we have not
had much time to devote to the paper.
Mr, Wm. Cheney is selling goods,
for.!. F. Girnilliatt. Bill is an accom
modating fellow and will treat you
AVp welcome Mr. J F. Gignilliatl, as
a citizen and a merchant. He has a
nice lot of -roods, and proposes to sell
them at ‘ Rock Bottom Prices.”
Notwithstanding we have had no
regular hovers, Jackson has received,
to date, 517 hales of cotton. Now that ,
we have several buyers located for the
B"ason, planters can find sale for their
cotton for which the top of the market
will he paid.
Col. jl/vfcihben is a regular “build
er.” He has put up and having erec
ted. we don’t know how many build
ings, in fact he has erected monuments
that will float (tie memory ottos name
for generations to come. He is doing
much to advance the building interest
Mr. Tyner of this place was married
yesterday to Miss NiWetts, daughter
of .las. Nibletts of Jasper county. The
bride and groom arrived yesterday
morning and stopped at the \\ ilkerson
w , where a sp'endid dinner await
, \f v Wilkorson his our
, lr , in-.’ta'i n to dine. \Vc
... v. 1 re; -,i s -les-didly.
MC H i'IDiC & Cos..
M' mi ! c,
a; , Ah'UV Cases. agents
TANARUS; 'Mt is clocks, and L.mbethV
!y fans .‘VC, the celebrated ('■■■to
igitv <„re water Filter and thesries
-■team Fruit ami Vegetative Dryer tor
Cotton has been the decline for
seven! days. Toe scarcity of money
seems to lie the trouble. Prominent
cotton men are fearful ofa money pan
k\ aro hoinsc m '!'* and ; t premi
um of 25 p p r <.*it i> AVw York. Yi*
'fT 'SHIf sit - *, fit t'M'* I 11110
wmiH ruin our people wo
liopo ftnoh a oHiiimity will nit •
ms now. The dcnvind for cotton i- 5 not
very trood, invl the various murkots
nro’quoted dull for the p-t week, nnd
we are afraid it will continue so until
the price is redo vied from 7 ivnd 9
O, no, w'f* ire not on the lookout for ,
another location jest yet. The News.
Hx a fixed till not ill ,T ir.kxon. and we pro- :
pose to remain here and hut tie for the
interest of Jackson and Butts county
as well ns ourselves, for some time to
eotne. We will have a lot„of new ma
terial and some improved machinery
before lnni and equip a first-class
printing office as can he found in any
place, outside the larger cities, in
Georgia We can do any kind ot jnh
work usually done in a first class office,
as cheap as anywhere in the United
States. Give us your patronage and
you will get the amount- paid out hack
again, for we expect to spend what we
make, in Butts county. If you have
vour work done somewhere else it goes
to support other printers and build up
Merchants make out list of crockery
Glass. Wood and Tin ware that you
are in want of, ami send it to us, we
will attach prices, and save you ruin
ous freight and hre iknge, that you al
ways get from far off East.
Mcßride k Cos,
K.f*rvhodv in Batts county to know. K AVER
A BALDWIN House. Sian ami Ornamental,
Painters are permanently located in taekson,
and are prepared to do ail kinds ofPalntlug,
f .r.iini iv V|*cr limiting Kabiominin
■ W.y _
/ sheriff, injast week’s Argus, in
Justice to liiinself and simply to make
a denial of l*is having been made a
tool of, has seen proper to review a
column editorial published in the
News of the 21st ultimo. Why he done
this is more than we can tell, unless he
feels that tlie cap fits and the shoe
pinches /n tulo ; notwithstandingliode
nies-knowing anything nbout it—it is
strange that he should take it upon
himself to explain the whole.
As to an indignation meeting, the
fact can be established that such was
the talk, whether Mr. -Sheriff knew
anything about it or not.
As ta the communiitntion signed “B.
it has nothing to do with this ques
lUe assert with as much emphasis as
the sheriff or anyone else, when we
s.vf that we know- the feelings of soma
of the-Grand Jury in regard to "this
matter—the “preposterousness,” (the
language ofsome of the Jury) asking
them to violate .a constitutional provis
ion. Who wouldn’t he indignant at
being asked to subject themseves to
prosecution. But all this has nothing
to do with the point the sheriff seeks
to arrive at. He denies certain things
nlledgod by us, and says we have
“placed him before the public in an
impropcT light liy Tiils'e r-tatemonU.”
We pmpme to show by his own state
ments, ( and if they sire false we are not
fesponsiMe,) that he lias placed him
self before the public in an improper
light, if indeed such is the case, and we
defy him to controvert his own lan
lie handed us the “notice" of his
changing the sheriff’s sale from the
News t-o the. Argus, which can he found
qt the head ofourlocal column in the
issue before his .communication ap
peared in the Argus, notwithstanding
he says “for some reason unknown to
hint wC have failed to give it publica
tion.” In handing us the ‘ notice he
said, “I regret having to do this, but I
am compelled to do so."
Wo said to him, “that is nothing
more than we expepted.”
Hecontinttßi!, “I don’t want to have
any hard feelings about it, nor any
We itssiiretl him “that he would not
have our ili will, that no doubt
he thought it was to his interest polit
ically and that it was a policy move
His reply was,' “the same influence
I Ini! indui'M ino to give you my adver
tising, is brought to hear upoj, me
and I am obliged to take it away—
that the pressure is so great that I
deem it to my interest to do so, and I
hope there will be no hard feelings
We said to him, “that is all right,
of course if it is not a matter of per
sonal preference on your part, it is
certainly a political .move. We know
what that influence is—we know who
sisid tlvrv were insirtvr.it.Vital in influ
encing you to give us your advertising."
He stated that licence told Hr. Mays
to tell us not to ha so independent, in
our politiaal views, that the pressure
was being brought, to hear upon nun
and lie would have to move hi.s adver
tising. Now the above is the conver
sation that. t0..1t place between us and
the sheriff An this subject, and we
leave it with our readers to interpret
plaiiv English language ; and they are
not a|l the facts that might he pro
voked in a newspaper controversy. We
dpp’t, wish 1,0 carry it. further nor ini
fv Unite anyone, m>d if there is anybody
to f.e “persuaded” we would advise the
sheriff to assume the attitude of the
“Utile, hoy the ft,lf ran over.”
Mr. Sheriff may think because Vie is
“at home,” better identified with the
people, holding oncoftbe highest of
fices in their gift in the county, that
‘his veracity is not to he doubted and
simply a denial is sufficient, hut as
sure as “gun is iron,” these are Incis
ami you can place your own construc
tion upon them.
As to the sheriff personally we never
had dealings with a more affable, clev
er-gentleman, and he is a good and
: efficient officer. We hour no nuilace
| towards him.
3fr. Gigr.iliiiUt lots arrived and open
ed out a large and varied stock of Dry
Goods and Groceries, in the corner
store Northwest corner the public
square. Call and make his acquain
tance and see his goods which he. is
offering at very low prices.
Kolia fly an.
Kolia Ryan who is supported by his
father-l’rof. A. Ryan, are the best hu
moritwaiid character actors that trav
el in the Southern States. The ren
dition of the Widow Bedott” “Shamas
O’Brine,” “Texas Cowboy,” and other
comic and sentimental characters, by
Roll a and bis father, are worth
your while to see and hear. They will
give an entertainment at the aecademy
in Jackson to night, the 4th., of October.
Come out and hear them and take a
real hearty laugh.
A Word <o the Wise Is Suf
Those Indebted to the estate of R. 0.
Duke will please come forward at once
and settle their indeb edness, as the es
tate must tie settled up this fall. Set
l Dements can he made with either if.
! J,. Duke or Mrs. Martha Duke.
M. L. Duke d—ires those who are
indebted to him In come forward and
guttle theif notes and accounts. He
will pay one. fourth of a cent alsive
the market price for cotton. He has
on hand and Constantly receiving new
goods, mid Un ites all to com and ex
amine his goods and prices before pur
ccUthlßS2 M. L. Dike.
To The Planters of Butts and Ad
joining Counties. ,
I have located Mr. S. C. MoCamiless
as a cotton buyer at Jackson. I am
prepared to pay there as good prices
as are paid at Hampton, Griffin or any
MoKibben & Carmichael. The gen
tlemen composing this firm are from
Henry county, anil well known to
many of our readers. They have just
opened a nice stock of furuituro in the
brick store house next to the rock store
on South-west corner of the square.
They propose to sell as cheap if not
cheaper than you can purchase the
same goods in Atlanta or NJacon, after
paying your expenses and freight on
furniture to Jackson. Call and see
them before purchasing elsewhere,
One of our townsmen having heard
builders talk about furring, asked
George Mann what it input. George re
plied, “it ment peaces to nail laths too.”
Next inquirer asked, “how was it spell
ed,[hesaid, “why you areaschool teach
er and can’t spell such a simple word.
It is spelled tints : "Furroweng.” Geo.
has swallowed the spelling book.
The lady whose name heads this no
tice, is well known for exquisite taste
in selecting a sto k of millinery goods,
and when we announce that she hits
received her fall stock it is sufficient
to say that you will find something
beautiful and cheap on examing her
goods, which you must not fail to do
the first time you visit Jackson. She
solicits her.friends ami the puhlicgen
erall.y to call and see her at Byars &
Mallet’s building. oet-ith
T.adie’s and Gentlemen's, Pallaoe
Dining Rooms, 1-J Alabama street, At
lanta. Ga. Mr. Thompson, formerly
Proprietor of Thompson s Restaurant,
has removed to 13 Alabama street,
where he will he pleased to serve his
friends with anything needed in his
line. Special accommodation for la
dies. . oct4th
“Theatrical and Circus Life” is the
name of a. new hook just issued by that
enterprising firm the Sun Publishing
Cos., of St. Louis. This interesting
work will be welcomed by the thou
sands who nightly visit our places of
amusement, hut who arc unacquainted
with the mysteries of the “Profession,"
and will he doubly welcomed by those
who never visit such places, but whose
curiosity has often been excited by the
flaming posters placed in many enn
spicious places. It is a grand book for
agents. We call attention to adver
The failure to get up any oppnsi--
lion to Congressman Blunt is a 'rib
ir.e to his popularity, in the district.
1 TllOI Kt/.: ADJUKTEII
flic Elnilroatl* and die
l.tnnber sJrii If ame
to Terms on ilc
The East Tennessee, Virginia and
G '.r-gia railroad managers notified
live commission yesterday morning
■h it they w uld accept a rate on Imu -
: er ol 20 per cent less than class P
~f tie-commissioner's standard rales
tor all distances. This is the same
ia‘c -hat the C- niral now gives he
w- en all stati >iib. It is learned Irom
some of lie lumber men who are sup
posed 1-- know where-f liny speak.
thut tb“ commissioner’s opinion whs
that under the depress.:! price of
lumber the rate agreed upon is con
sider'd as fair a rate as could well
be given. Ii is fortunate that the
agirrme.of cam- about as ilie rates
can go i to idiet tit once ami will
take Cff-Ct Of the Ist, ot October. If
the commissinnei's ha 1 been forced
to Set-Ih-rates could not have beet:
i* diicd ler 'l-ii'ly days.
H n I). (J. lincm, Mr. His im,
and other I timber men Irmn southern
Georgia who appeared before the
commission !• ft h'r their homes yes
tor,lav. Colonel J K, Ogden, of the
East Tennessee. Virgini i and Geor
gia road lett for Knoxville yesterday.
The rales agreed Bpon give a rate
of Irmn 81”, GO to *14,00 per car load
of 22.500 pounds of lumb r from dif
ferent mil so i the Mac n and Bruns
wick mad 10 Atlanta, which is one
half the rates which were in force
three months ago—prior to the open
ing of the East Tennessee, Virgini •
and Georgia road to Atlanta—and
about four dollars per car less than
the rates now charged by the East
Tennessee, Virginia and Geoagia rail
1 STATE OF GEORGIA, 1
Butts Cot: sty, )
Kv virtue ofn or<l,-r from the ,-aurt of Or,] Ino -
I rv of Bull, coiiniy. " ill In- sold on tho flrl Tue-
I day in November ISSS at the conrt Imw* door o.
1 Wl ib con uly. 10-twi-oii the I**ll it hours of .ole, the
tn.k of Isn't 111 "111'* ecMinty whereon (IlUic Me-
Mielwel redded i*t the time of her denlli, ultuate'l
I,ts,lit one mile from Jncknou. eon turning four
huii'lred hiiH leu ii'Tf more or le. adjoining
land of W. <> MeMielmel, A. K I I *l*lcr, luir
' kin Watson. Mrs. I.yons, MeMielmel k Carini
ohael. H. Ilvani. By-irs * Mullet and Ixivi M<-
Miohset tin- some la-in* one-fourth still in origi
iml limber, aiel one-fourth under -ultlvtion, and
I all under good repair. Terms I .tsh.
1 J. M. McMl' HAEI, . „ ,
■ Administrator of Oittie McMichael.
F. J. Ccolcflffe & Brother,
53 South Broad Street,
ATLANTA, - GV.
Have in sleek nil kimts ofMohlii. Engine,
Cylinder mu! Wood Oils, at ! nMui-.i prices, Rnint
l.ouis I.cail. lleil star sti :<-kly l ure t.eail, mill
Linseed Oil. WRITE FOR TRICES, l'.'juljr
Lumber on hand and constantly arriving. •
Yellow Pine Lumber
AND SHIXGI.ES AT TJIE
We respectfully invite all in want of
BUILDING- M iTESIAL
to call and sec us before placing their orders,
26july IMUI.I.KT, G,.\Xg> €'U-
At Jackson, Georgia.
The subscriber, native of.Wk Do MU with ;iO .V?, ’lirL'yo°^jlloT.VlVy "lor Imvlhhlg iThU
fully offers his services hi the people ol JUsu-.i m.U Hints cuuu/> B*>m-i.iliy, 10.
line of basilicas, including
Rooting. Corn it*©, CJuttorJng. MpouLis?* aiitJ
ALL KINDS OF TIN*ANI> SHEET IKON WORK.
'Will soon have in n fall Stock of Cooking anil Healing Mows.
Agent for Snyder’s Shell Iron Rooting, ami I-ov/eV Melnik* Taint.
Machinery and Wagon 3,
VBEir <23 CiEE,
t u . W ft. O &. H\\ NT ;i'<. ST a
Oeueral Dealers in
C. I G. CuCPEiI'S Mill,
Tiaciion & Statonary Engines
fT. \ T E have a larpc stock of these favorite Engines on hand ami
\ coming. Also dealers in Saw Mills. Grist Mills. Cotton
M,:: . Gins ami l*re>ses. ami Cane Mills general agents for t iie
fikmthern Slates of the celebrated Mite'.iel wajfon. Tli* Monarch
of the lutiid.'* The attention of dealers is entiled to the fact that
vro arc prepared to furnish t>v car-load or in small lots, these >u
perl* wagons at short notice. Don't buy until you coaler wuh
ns either by mail or iu person. Send tor illustrated csittalogue
(if) Ih'outl klrecf Atlanta, <u.
GENERIL UUT FOR GEORSII tSD FIORIOI
IIEGE’H HAAV AIHiES
Have now IN STORE
Two 2to 4 home |mrer cnieiuM ofi wtiefflu, Four %to 1 horn** fjowr on wlicclo, Four 4to r > liorm*
on wheel*. Two oto H horse power on whf'-l-. One Iff to fH lior><- *• *s- ** r oil iv)u*Hh. Oim
Jj to how fgureron wheel*. Two lfenc‘ 2" foot Haw Mill*. (<n o Mill*, < ir<nhtr Shwh, Heparn I <*•,
tVitton nf vHiioim make*, Feeder* arid <’ondcuMerrt. Fruit Drier*, Water Wheeln. Are i’lc.t.a:
jfive rue a<-Hli ImTohj iiiaJtifK your pim.'liui. J. 11. ANI>KI!SON,
LUCIUS GODDARD Proprietor.
Broadway, Cor. Brook Mir
ID. W. PATTEBSOIT,
NO. 9 EAST SOLOMON STREET,
GUIS. ENGINES, GROCERIES it '!
I We are making: a specialty in dried fruit this season, and will make it to your intere:-’ to bring us j
all your dried fruit. Highest market price paid. Toly
3. A. BEEES,
< 7 r. ! jit pi on n /■:. i peps a N’T)
J! OWE ns
1 am tin* agent for these celebrated Machines
Mini have Nome machines in store, and invite
planters lo call and nee them, and all persons
wanting them will do well to give me their or
ders at oiiee, for fear of not getting them in time.
They are much admired and plnnterH are gHMng
orders freely, Sold extremely low for such ma
chines. Tlie No. I Combined Reaper and Mower,
with dropper prlee at factory $l2O with freight t>
<irifiln, to be added. The price of ti light Mow
tic fiuuoi j , i null the Coates llakc for
fVratfS and grain.
I am the agent, for the sale of tho Eclipse or
I'rie Engine. Its superiority is well established,
more of them now being used ami sold than all
other farm engines in Georgia, Will be sold on
easy terms It) planters ttntl perfoot satisfaction
Gins nutl PruUGlns,
Feeders and Condensers.
I am the agent for this part of the State for the
sale oft I lose pins. Call on me an 1 1 nv 111 show
(he most .satisfactory evidence of their *uprrior
ttv over all others. Tlie fuel that more of them
are now sold than any other is proof of the esti
mation in which they are held by our best plan
ners. Humpies always on hand. Terms easy ami
’perfect sulisfUetlon guaranteed,
riitrli NeciM’oilon Cleaner.
This is anew. and valuable machine. It pre
pares the < niton for the gins, saves th© gin from
wear, and will nay for itself in a short time.
Have large mimrier of ©ertilleatcN from our best
and ami most practical planters that if improves
the eot.fon from 1 , to etn per pound, Lull oil
me and sic it. It will be sold low and guaran
i now have a sample machine.
J. A. Bii.kh.
ISLAND SHOALS MILLS,
MILLS have an entire outfit of
NEW PROCESS MACHINERY
inanufacf tired especially for thetn.
This Hour i x highly rceommended by Dr. Hay
wood, I’residcMil of I'm or > r College, who cal In the
bread made from it “Golden Bread,” from which
the Hour takes its name uiid each suck will be
IIy ltvr.lw .V MAI.I.KTT in,,! A. Me WAT
KINS g- BON, Jivck.-von,
JOSIAH LOS A'ORTII & CO.
Sldccly I’ropiiet.or’s Mills.
DUST CLASS DAR,
§ EAT, DRINK
13E MERRY. Ff\
J. J. EASTON’S \\
-v \ Xii ., ,' vnl r K "i^-r
r iUiikcs you 1* A I. *■ m*
After Tttkii.fi:. Taking
Bay, .Tidok ; You fire getting powerful fut of
late ! Oettiiig plenty to ••■•it now ?
Not any too irmeli to eat Jollii, itn tin; f|U(ility
of 11, I nor a 111 Irinka. You are looking rather
thill John, wliat'.i the matter, got the cramp 1
Wei, I tell yon Judge, I took a drink of red
tlipior 'while ago and I'm feeling powerful laid.
H'stlie finality of lluuor you drink, my boy.
I,ook 111 me. If you want to live long amt grow
f,,t. always do your trading with the OLD HUM*
A|J|,K J. J. EASTON, wliere you can always get
If II 111,
AURORA LAGER, BEER ,lraf '
and holt led. Pure Rye find corn wliiky fur
niediHtwl purpose*, a wpeeiulfy. If you want
BometiiiiUf to make a lean inuu fat and a fat umii
lean-iiißiiiiiit u pol call on J. J. EAUfOJI.
WILL Ins Hold before the Court House do?
in the town of Jackson Butts county, < a.
the usual place of holding- Hiicrilf’ssale, between,
the legal hours of sale, on tlie first Tuesday in
October 1882 the following described property to
Lot of land Number 54, containing 22 acres more
or less, also lot Number 60, containing 3 > acres
more or loss, also lot Number 67 containing 15
acres more or less, also lot A umber 65 containing
33 acres more or loss. All the above lots lying and
being in the Indian springs, feser'e Butts comity
and town of Mclntosh and bounded as follow*,
North by Dr. .1, H. Bryans and others. East by
land* net apart as dower for Mrs, Martha Dura
ble, South by lands of J, F. CleaVlsn#! and oth
ers, West by lands of R, O. Byars and J - 11. Bry
ans. Levied upon as the property of John U.
Dumble deceased, by virtue of one fl ta, issued
from Butts Superior court in favor of R. J. By.
urs vs. the said J. B. Dumble, also other fl fas in
my hands, Tenant in possession given written
This August mh 1882.
J. O. BEAUCHAMP,
Bheriff B. C;
STATE OF GEORGIA,)
Butts County, f
Agwcable to an order of the court of Ordinary
of said county, will be sold at auction at the
cv rt house <loor of said county, on the first Tues
day in October 1882, within the legal hours of
sale the following described property to wit.
One acre of land more or lets, bounded as fol
lows, East by Mrs. M. L. Lyons, West ly lands
of Carmichael and McMcilniel, North i>y lands
of Mrs. Lyons, in 612 District, <. M. (Sola as tlie
property of James It. Lyons, late o'f said county
deceased. Terms Cash.
MARY L. LYONS,
STATE OF GEORGIA,)
Butts County. )
Agreeable to an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Butts county Ueorgia will Im* sold at auction
at the court house door of said county on tho first
Tuesday in November next, within the legal
hours of mile, the following described property
Two hundred and forty acres of land more or
loss, fifty acres original forest Well timbered,
twenty-five acres of the finest field, pine timber,
three gocjd tenant houses, level, well Watered
and extraordinary licalthv. Lying ’• one mile
from tlieoify of Jack mm, on the rood front Jack*
su to Oritnn, adjoining the lands of Hall. Bat
trill, Barkly and others, making it the most de
siralde place in the county. Sold as the property
f Wm. R. Hark ness late <>f said county deceased.
Terms cash. September -nth 1882.
Piiysician nil Snrgeon
JAClASltft, - - GA.
OFFICE UNDER MASONIC HALL, one Door
South of Drug Store. Can Ihj found at night with
Y. A. Wright, first door over J. J. Easton's
BACALLS can be left with Y. A.
Wright, or James Hardcn."tdt jan2s
Livery and Feed Stable,
R. T. WATKINS, PROP’S.
rpilE PEOULK f Butt* county uml tli triivel
I ink puliili- Ift-ni'r.illy, are liorvliy liotilii-il Unit
a iivory ami It-i-ii NlnliU- i h uoiv opaa in Jacksnn
wham 11 ivy van 1 H- avvoinnaaiatvil at retuoimbla
privi-M. I linve in voiinui-tion, a larne lot Nallalil.
fi- drover., convenient, to allow slock to the be.
15 AI II i Eli SHOP.
Your attention is also called to the fact that a
the stable. Hair cut, shaving und shuuipooning
clone by a first-class barber.
BiE AHD BILLIARDS.
WINES, BEER, ALE, ET
R. T. faitiiis, Proprietor,
JACKSON G y.
My stock of wines, whiskey ect,, nl*e rlar
ami are acnniue. I keep the best and puthein?
'be maricet My terms and prices live reavone no
Uiveiny Roods atrial and be convinced fb iclua
xedeuf quality. oUOnovly
HEW IMPROVED METHOD,
Wells, Mill Knees, Hitches and Shoals.
Addremiine lit Jncluon or Indian Spring!, G*
cast Tenn„ Va„ & Georgia
T!i6 Great Sonttiern Trill:
All Principal Southern Cities
FOR FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS.
Shortest, most Direct find Comfortable
Route to all
.KAKTKRN and VIRGINIA.
Only Direct Route to Uic Watering Placet and
lie HU rhi Of
EAST TENNESSEE & VIRGINIA
THE GREAT EMIGRANT liOUT
TO TEXAS AND THE NORTH
WEST via its
Memphis and Charleston Division,
And io all Point* in Southern and Central Texas t
via caleha or mehiueh and new
Through Sleeping Coaches
MEMPHIS TO NEW YORK via
Roan ok' an<l the Nan Shenandoah,
Valle 1/ Line, ahio Through Sleepers
Nan Orleuns via Roanoke connecting
with Line to Nan Ytr/c.
Georila Division Now Opon
Brniswick to Dallas via
MACON and AT RANT A,
And will be open through to
Chattanooga via Rome
By the 15th of September 18*32.15tui