jin Soutbtrn geralll.
«.riCO 11. (irorcia, n< pt 4, 1H66.
This city, or, according to tlie Macon
jfteqraph, ‘‘village,” seems to have an up
ward tendency. The merchants are all lay
ing in fres& stocks, and preparing fir the
•Fall business, while several new houses are
being opened. Messrs. G. A. & FI. C. Cun
ningham, Reid «fc George, and Daniel &,
Rucker, are erecting new building* on
grounds hitherto unoccupied. Messrs. John
H. Wl ,ite *fc Cos., arc removing to Atla t
but the house they leave, will be occupied
by Messrs. S'-illwell & Becks, who will be
receiving a heavy stock in a few days.
They aBo contemplate establishing a largo
furniture store up stairs in the sam'* build
ing, which is an excellent place for the
business. Messrs. \Vinship & Gordon are
just opening a heavy stock on the corner of
Bill & Broadway opposite Joseph Engel;
Mr. W. W. Woodruff is likely to open his
carriage business on a large scale pretty
soon; Mr. Bach will occupy Stillwell &
Beeks’old stand. Messrs Rhea & Johnston
have recently opened business on Solomou
street next door to Almah Hall All these
and other changes have been, arc being, and
will be made in this interesting city, town
cr “village,” as the taste, inclination or ca
price of persons may incline them to call it.
Wc might add that there is aWeokly, a Tri-
Weckly, and last, hut not least, a Daily paper
being published here.
Messrs.* Winship & Gordon, have
just opened their new stock, at the corner
of Hill Street and Broadway, oposite Joseph
Engel’s, consisting of boots, shoes, hats, and
various other articles. We suppose their
stock is very large from the number of box
es. opened and unopened, which covered the
entire hou-c. Read their advertisement in
another column, and then call on them.
The New Organ. — We have no regrets
to announce, for yielding to a polite in vita
tion ou the part of that excellent. Christian
gentleman, R. v. Mr. Fulwood, and trails
fering our presence to the Methodist cluirel
bh last Saturday evening, I t the purpose
mainly of witnessing the drlutt, mi to speak,
of the net organ. We are no musician nor
the son of a musician,—but, were we allowed
to Judge, we should say that the iu.-truuieni
is one o! m >st excellent tone. Whether the
organ is so excellent of itself, or the master
tnatiipiilut onr. id the [ir o iner, Brules.-t i
Schoedtr, made it stem \ <• tit any how
we cannot tell ; but a.- m ■ mu>;c was supei
latively cxcelh nt at any rate, we have cho.-n.
to decide that only a muster ins.'rnmiit h
been sltutk by a uiasttr hand We an
gla 1 to leiro tint Pint’ S.dueller has bee
engaged as regular organist.
SOUTULRN C’t'Llll VATOIt. —This very
excellent ‘practical and sen otitic news*-aper
for the plantation, the garden, and th<
family circle,” for September, i- before u-.
It happene 1 to reach us when, luckily. v,-
had more than con.iiioii 1-isure to < x.nniin
it We rise from its petui.it. with tlie r. •
t’cwed assurance to c uimlv's. that henathr
especially in the South, agricultural journal
cormot be too highly priz and or too mucl
encouraged,—that this journal in particulai
stands A. No. I. in I lie list. —and this par
ticular number (for September) is first rate
We hope to reproduce much of its valuable
matter, from time to time, in our columns.
Published Monthly at Athens, Georgia, t y
Win N. White Terms Tiro dollar* s>
year, or One dollar, for six months, or ha//
o dollar, for three months in adranre..
SeRVIOES AT THE METimiHfl’i' Cllt'RCII.
• —We are reque.-ted to say that the sun ri>e
prayer meetings, as abo divine service every
niirht, will be con inu- and through the present
week, further protraction of these services
will be duly announced.
te?* Dr. N. U Drewry is now sole pro
prietor of the Drug store of the late firm ot
N B. Drewry <fc Cos., his stock of Drugs is
extensive, and he is prepa.cd to sell at the
lowest rates. We advise all parties who de
sire anything in the way of Drugs, medicines,
Kerosene oil Eureka oil, and the various
other articles, which may be sect! in his ad
ver iscment, to be found in the appfopriatt
columns, to call at Drewry’s—Dent i'urgc.
—Dtewry’s Drug store.
B©* A prayer meeting of some in sere- 1
has been held at the Baptist Church for ter
days past, commencing at 5 P. m. and clos
ing at 6. Tbs interest has been such as to
Induce the the membership to have preach
ing at night during the present week, and a
prayer meeting at 8 in the morning, to which
the community are invited.
fiitiFFW Lames’ Memorial Association.—On
next Thursday night. (Sept, fith.) Col. C. Peeples
will deliver a lecture in the basement of the
_Bapti.t Charch, for the benefit of the “Griffin
Ladier Memorial Association ” *1 lie question
may be asked—" What, does the Assoeiaii on want j
with money ? ’ Kuo ving ihoir v?p#s, we answer.
firtl object is to look after the graves of our
Con ederate dead between this place and At
faatA, collect t<g**tber their bo net. and place
th?m in some convenient bnrying-ground. After
they have accomplished that work, th-v intend
to erect a monument in honor to all that lie in
and around Griffin--to do all, in fact, that the\
can tc perpetuate the memory of ihoge who -an*-
ficed lluir lives for u«. They feel confident no
one will refuse to aid them iu this great and no»
Admittance 50 cents; children half price.
Tickets enn be had it Messrs. Daniel A
Bueker s, the Look irtore.aed at Messrs. Luwen
stoin <t Pfeifer's. 3t
tes“ See the Card of Messrs. Patrick A
Brothers. They are furnishing shoes, boots,
feather, Ac. to all who may favor them with
8 calk .JTou ennnot trade at a belter house.
ItUHllOca —We are gratified to notice,
that there is a marked increase of religious
interest in this community in most of the
Tee Primitive llap’ists have held a series
ot meetings retailing in the addition of a
-targe number to their membership, some he.
ing restored, aud others joining ou a profes
sion of faith.
At the Methodist Church, a meeting has
b-cn in progress for lour weeks, and contin
ues with increasing interest. A number
have been received into the church, and
among them some prominent citizens—heads
of families. A remarkable feature in this
uiect ; ng is a regular sun rise prayer meeting,
which wc understand, is well attended.
The Methodist Sunday school is in a very
flourishing condition, and really rejects
credit on the church. Under the efficient
instructions of Mr. I fford, the children are
taught sacred music. And how well he has
succeeded, alj know, who have had the priv
ilege of attending one of his concerts.
C®* Mrs. Jackson is still carrying on her
Millinery establishment, and is now pre
pared to show to her lady friends a vast
variety of bonnets, hats, &c , names not re
collected She will soon have in her stock
complete. Go, ladies, and have a foretaste
of the new styles.—We went and took a
view—would have staid much longer, but
were crowded out by lady customers.
Music—Many thanks to the young gentlemen
who favored us with “ninsic. sweet and soft," near
our • ftiee on Hill street lost evening. 1 hough not
intended epoeially for us, we enjoyed it never
theless, and would assure them that when dis
posed to favor us again, we will “lend a willing
ear."* r *
The Richmomd Enquirer hits the nail on
he head when it says of the Philadelphia
Convention, *• we do not endorse or accept
the theories of the platform or address, tho’
'•oncuring in the practical objects and aims
<d the Convention.” This is the right po
sition. Ret Democrats everywhere spit up
on the platform of the Randallites, while at
tho same time they stand ready to aid in re
storing the Souihcrn States to their rights in
Congress, aud in the Union —-V. U. Don
OF Till*; SEASON AT
/'IONTKMIM.ATI N(* a radical «l»nise»* in bu-i
V-V lies* tin* comii g season, tin* m l i >itr • and «»•«
or tli- next Full! V or FIFT Y PAYS, a LAIIGE.
. i:f>ii und Fashionable viu k of
Mill inert/ arid Fatten (load*,
.f prift a that u ill aslfti.isli. tlu* most incredulous.
•N ♦* attempt no limnbu/. hut tin* goods MU>T and
A ILL In* sol l at 50,,,,, pi itM*. a portion us the *tock
at less than cost.
A gi«Mt inducement will ho «jr«*red to any wish
ing to inukc n gOod bill. Call soon, as ilie best
fiance* arc first taktu.
S. S. TAYI.O'tt.
Ag . t. at Ladies’ bturc.
Griffin, July 19 180'i --1 1
NEW I'M YSIOGNOMY. or “Si
is.it.” us iim . fe-led through Ten-p« ratnci.l and.
r.xternal 'o n s. nr.d » ia!l\ in the "himan kuk
• iviXE.” One elegant volume. with nearly giw»
•ages aid I,mm ihustrations. By S, li. Wells.
Editor I‘/t r< nolof/ical Journal. Price, postpaid.
<5. Address Fowler and: Weils. No. 389 Broadway,
“New Physiognomy" is eminently practical,
fully ill strated, and well * ited to the wants of
all. In the study of ’the face” the reader soon
learns to read each mid every feature. Noses aie
classified as the Roman, Greek, Jewish. Snub and
Uelestiul. The eyes sp*ak all languages, whether
lack, blue, brown or hazel. In it like nihiinei
Tieeßs, neck, ears, hands feet, walk, voice, laugh,
•t .• . are,shown to be “sign** of elmritcler
In riiMithcr work is so much light thrown upon
he character and desf inv of in .iikind as in this.
»»• the distinctive traits of nations and tribes so
clearly pointed out. Poi traits of distinguished
persons of ancient nnd modern times, witti bio
graphical sketches and delineation of character,
ire given. ]>ivr es, Orators, Statesmen, War
riors. Artists. Poets, Philosoph is, Inventors
urgeons. 1 >is-*oVei. ia. Actors, Musicians, etc ,
are included, it is an •Eneyclopiedia’of biog
rnphy, acquainting the reader with the career
und chai act er of many great men and women, of
the past 2,Out) years, and of the present—such,
for instance ns Aristotle, Julius Cfcear, Slinks
penre, Washington. Napoleon, Frank in, Ban
croft, Bryant. Tongfellow. Irving. Rosa Boa
hen r, Theodosia .Burr, Colden, Bright. Lawrence,
Bolivar, Whateley. Thackeray, I>ow . Knox. Rich
eJiei , Hooper. Buckle, Bickons, Victoria, Wesley,
. ai lyle, Motley, Mill, Spencer, Thompson, Guth*
ie, Alexander, and hundreds of others. Agents
wanted. 800 : sent by return poa*. or express, on
receipt of price. aug3o-3w
BDRLBMAX & IU\KB,
, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
HOOT?, SHOES, LEATHER. SHOEMAKERS
TOOLS. LAST’S. PEGS. Ac. ;
also. jlamfactuikrs ok
Keeps the LAUGESI iTOCK of Goods ill their
line, llm* is lo be found in any one House in Geor
gia. Country Merchants are invited to examine
our stock t ‘tor • purchasing elsewhere.
CHEROKEE BLOCK, PEACHTREE ST.,.
May 3 llf
Travelers Look to Your Interest!
MRS. REBECCA IIARLEY,
W il.li an experience inferior to none, keeps a Firs!
On tbe corner of Broughton and Montgomery s»s
Comer Whitlmll Street and \V. <t A Railrosl
ATLA VTA, (,I'.()R(,IA.
This Newly.l.rtctedr, Commodious,
First Class Hotel,
Mlrgamly furnished throughout, a:.d complete in
all itr* appoii.tmenu, ig now open for the reception
.of guest**, nnd in successful op»*ia«i<»n.
Attach, and i«> this Hotel i.« u fine Jiilliard Parlor,
with Phelan Tallies. \ I t lass liar, fully ami
completely stocked with cho’ce liquor-*, Wines
Tlie patronage of the public is respectfully *o
licked. PRATT, POND A COKKY.
11. D. llapris Clerk,
bate of the "jlrown House,” Macon, Ga
.Tun** 28ll». Sm
11)()0 BtTSIIKLS wHiTEc ° Rjf *
-| | SAi Ka COFFEE,
-j | BARBELS SUGAR, A 1$ and C.
Fur sa'e by
SALMONS A WARD.
•)( :lj » DRIED BEEF, Cli'.ies,;
qi || iu beef tongues.
For »a\t by
Salmons a ward.
Atlanta, (. a
,y j rv ISARRKLS KfAJUIt. all grVlta.
For ealo by
SALMON'S A WARD,
BALKS PRIME TIMOTHY HAT.
|*Q DOZEN OYSTERS,
-|| KEGS ASSORTED NAILS,
For fair by
SALMONS A WARD.
20 lIIIDS. CLEAR SIOES,
UO Titrceß Ctiou'e Rib Sides,
20 “ Shoulder*,
10 " Sugar Cured Ham«,
2od Rids Sup'fine and Extra Futility Flour,
2000 Bushels Corn,
25 Sacks Coffee.
SO Barrels A B ai.d C Sugar,
600 Dried Beef,
20 Barrels Syrup,
100 Sacks Virginia Salt,
60 libli. Virginia Salt.
SALMON'S A WARD,
We have removed t*. LYNCH'S GRANITE
FRONT BLOCK, corner Whiteli ill and Alabama
streets, where wo are prepared to serve custom
ers, as we have a large stork of
Groceries, Provisions &c,
A*'d our house bring of huge capacity, and oort
veniditly located, is well suited for the storage of
SALMONS A WARD,
Corner of Whitehall and Alabama Streets,
Juno 14-3 m Atlanta, (is.
JOHN H. WHITE & CO.,
I’r 'pose to sell their entire Stock of
GOODS at greatly
Until the first of September next. If you
want BARGAIN’S, now is the time, and
John 11. White & Cos.,
is the place to get them. Call soon or the
chances may a 1 be taken.
iv i: ii noons
Now in TRANSITU will be included in
the proposed reduced rales. Come and
Griffin, Ga., July 5 if
We respectfully invite the attention of all per
sons who desire to purchase Hoods nt prices sur
passingly low, to our >Unk of
SI'III\G A\l) SmiER coons.
TO THE LADIES,
We ofTVi a Beautiful and Fashionable selection of
Lawns, l’ackolls, French Jackonets, Mozambiques,
Foulard*, Calicos, et<*. Also, a large assortment
of White Goods, such as Jaconet, Swiss and Or
gandie Muslins, Nnnksook, IMain and Striped Em
broideries of nil descriptions, with a large variety
of other Useful uud Fancy articles.
Will find ft Superior Stock of the Latest nnd most
j fashionable Styles of
READY - MADE CLOTHING,
Together with French and Scotch Csssimtres,
Dahlia Cloths, and evejy other article of Furnish
ing Goods necessary to complete theif Wardrobe.
STOCK OF JYOTIOJYS,
Consisting in part, of Hosiery. Gloves, Handker
chiefs, Laces, Linen and Jaconet Edg ng and In
selling. Hair Brushes, Toilet Articles, 4e., nreun
In addition to the above, weofl'er a large nsarot
nient oi BOOTH, SHOES and DOMESTICS, from
the best manufactories in opStaHqn.
All of the above articles will be sold at a small
advance upon jrime cost. We can assure the
j public Cfiut our goods were pirEchased for cash,
I nr on as good tc i-nis as they can be bought, and we
are determined to sell as low as any other house
in Griffin. We will be pleased to show our assort
ment to purchnshera, feeling confident fn offr abili
ty to give sntisfretion to even the most fastidious.
LOEWENSTEIN & I’f'KIFKII
Griffin, Ga , April 19,1306. ts
Corn and Bacon for Sale,
SMITH, ST iRK A CO., at the warehonse of
Jarnigar, corner of Forsyth and Alabama
streets. Atlanta, Ga.. have a large lot of Cera aad
Ba on. wilieh they p-opoaa to f~urntab--£o prompt,
responsible planters on the following terms: They
will give fifty bushels of Corn or three handled
pounds of Bacon for five hundred pounds of good
Middling Cotton. The planters will receive the
Dorn or Bacon now, and deliver the Colon iaexf
November, at tbeir store in Atlanta.
‘ The planter mustgive two approved endorsers
nr a lien “I ’.island jnne nf 2m.
DANIEL & RUCKER.!
Far ha it's old stand.
■II 1.1. ST., GHIFFIN, GA.
Wc will soon receive large acces*?i«*n« to our
already splendid Stock. Come m and see us at the
lute Hand of the i *l’ \ I !N(«II A We
guarantee universal natisfaction to our customer*
May 24, lbC6-tf
Johnsons & Gordon,
TRADE S A L E,
TO SUIT THE TIMES !
20 BOXES GROUND PEPPER,
600 BBLS. FLOUR, nil Grade*,
60 BBLS. SUGAR, all Grades.
OI L, OI L, OI L, OI L, OI L, OI L!
Any quantity furnished at prices so cheap ns to
guarantee every family to buy a Barrel. Cheaper
than Candles or Wood.
2000 SACKS CORN,
25 llllDS. BACON.
20 TIERCES LARD.
10 BARRELS WHITE BEAN'S,
20 SACKS COFFEE,
GREEN AND BLACK TEA,
60 Bids. NEW CROP s. O. MOLASSES.
20 BOXES CANDLES,
fmo Bid., and Boxes CRACKERS, all
100 BOXES PICKLES, all kinds,
10 808. PICKLES, Cucumbers,
20 BOXES RAISINS,
Aim rude, Brazil Nuts, Tccans, Waluuts <tc.
CANDIES, nil sorts,
800 Id's Biaek Pepper, Ginger Spice Ac.
Common Starch, Pearl Starch, Maizcua. Large
STOCK OF LIQCOUS,
To be bartered for Produce, Cotton or Lard.
In fast anVTTiThg you may need can be found at
our House. Call soon at
JOHNSONS A GORDON,
mnyTo;3m ALbana St,, Atlanta, Ga.
he Greatest Discovery of tho Age!
The Suffering Public w ill be glad to know that
G. W. CROFT'S EUREKA OIL
HA*’' been wrested from oblivion by n company
of philanthropic gentlemen, and at an im
mense outlay of capital, lias again been placed be
fore the people. We do not claim it to be h m fr
ail, like some of the nostrums of the day are Paul
to be; but we do say that it pnssersesndrantangc*
over any other known compound for the cure of
Inflammatory and Ulcerative diseases and as an
Alleviatoi of Pain. It will not only alUviafe. but
will cure a vast majority of the following distune*,
such as Inflamation and Ulceration of the Mouth,
Throat, Stomach, and Horn lx. Colic of any kind,
I)y*cntcry(or Flux) Diarrhoea, "File*," Diytheria,
Inflammatory Fhcumatiem ; and is also an inval
uable remedy for Neuralgia , Ulcer* of any kind
(not malignant.) Eruption*, Burn*, Scald*, Bruises,
Cuts, Bone-Feltons, Swollen Gland*, Soie Eyes.
Ear and Tooth Ache*, Spinal Affections, <tc. And
in Coughs, we challenge the world for ns equal.
Ordinary coughs it will cure. In Pulmonary Coo
sumption, Asthma, nnd Bronchitis it is the best
The Superintendent of this Company i* a Grad
uate of the Medical College of Nashville and
from long experience in his profession, and a good
knowledge of Chemistry, he lias been inti usted
with the selection of chemicals for the manufac
ture of the ifredicine, and has been and will be
careful to select the very finest materials to be
found in either foreign or home markets, and w e
are satisfied that the article we are now putting
tip excels any foiner article of the same kind for
purity of chemicals, und must be more efficacious.
We place the “ Kukkka Oil ** before the world,
und upon its merits or demerit* it must ri*»orfalt.
But we know if the peoyle will try it, they w ill
be more than salisfled.
For sale by ell the principu! Drtrggists every
where throughout the country. Compounded by
G. W. Cteon. the original manufacturer, for tie
Kureka Oil Manufacturing Company at Atlanta,
Price at retail (1.25 per bottle. Liberal deduc- j
tions made to the trade.
M. A. SHACKELFORD, M. D.,
For sale by
N. B. DREWRY A CO.,
East aide Hill street, GriffimG^l
Store House For Sale.
OTILWjiLL 4 SEEKS expert to remove to the
*-7 Wore now occapied by J. H. White * Cos. I
now offer for sale the Store House oecupied by
them. It iagonaidered hy many the beet stand m
the «ity excepting the one we go to, being a com
er House, 00 teet long, with a fine basement story.
This property will bring 20 per cent interest on
tbe price 1 will taka for it
1 also hare three Dwelling Houses for sale.
july26-Cf J. A. BELK3.
L JOB WORK
OF every description Priuted al the Sovthxxn
ll eralij office, with neatness and despatch
orders r*jwc<.tfuliy solicited. ts
THK MAM WHO FAILS TO BUY WHERF. THE BEST BAL , -- *
HAD, 18 IS THE VERY NATURE OF THE CA3E EITHIV'AjSt •**
IGNORANT, OR CAIIKLESS.
WHERE CAN THESE BARGAINS BE FOUND? TRY THE NEW FIRM OF
j Who offer their bc->t Service*, with t LAUGH snd ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of *
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Among which they enumerate l.aJi'V l*re« Gvkmls in every vsrielj.
FRENCH JACONETS, MOZAMBIQUES,
Indeed everything that the most fastidious could desire.
LONG CLOTHS, *
COTTON A* Linen DIA I'KIL\
SHEET INGS A Shirting*.
Especial attention is called to the Stock of LACE POINTS, end LACE
GOODS generally. In EMBROIDERIES they ran not be hurpaesed. The endless -»
ricty of FANCY GOODS and YANKEE NOTION’S, forbids even a partial
In their department devoted to ■*'*.
They take especial pride believing as they do, that they offer a stock far aupv n 4a
jioiiit ol STY LE, (Jl ALITY and QUANTITY to any ever before opened in Griffin.
BOOTH A.\l> SHOES-I
by lb# deccaa
s and iwor^iftt
J For the Million, we simply throw ourselves in the front, as second tp nope, •.(jtrrwiM
Price, Quality, Style, or any othei particular. The Ladies especially arc solicitor.'
i amine our stock of SHOES, as we claim to have superiorly in that line.
Connected as we are with the largest houses in this section—with a New York wf!
! sale house to represent our interest in purchases—buying as wc do for cash, snd »
| ' . t.‘ oo
Intending to Become Permanent 00
1 In Griffin, wc think that the trading public will readily sec that wc havo not onl #
i ABILITY’ but the DISPOSITION and INTENTION to sell goods upon each tr 4•#
' cannot tail to give sali-fuction. Remember * ?*
Scheuerman, Bro. & ) iel,
!At tbeii Store, West fcido llill street, North of Becks & Stillwell, and opposite 0. 4 u
Johnson's Hardware store—better known as SCIIEI'KUM AN’S OLD ST AND
Jane 28, 1866-ts
NT 3E m
w. h. g.
£ ■? A . .. I 57 P M
•* a 6 56 A, M
i so r u
IllliOlKlL Hi IEUII & Llfy
REID, MICKELBERRY & 00.,
OFFER FOR SALE AT PRfCES SUITABLE TO THE TIMES i
Sugar from 16 to 26 cts., per lb.,
Mackerel, in bbls H-2s, l-4s and Kits.
A LARGE LOT OF
N Al LH, KNIVES and FORKS,
HAND SAWS, SHOVELS and TONGS,
CHOP AXES, SADIRONS, y - ;
Chisels, butts and screws,
Track chains, b nm kittles,
PAD LOCKS, SKIIX*WC
AUGERS, sgf OVENS/
PO IS, ETC
BRASS HOOPED BUCKETS, CHURNS BROOMB,
PAINTED BUCKETS, TUBS, Ac., ko., A*.
CORN, CORN MEAL AND FLOUR.
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SUaES, ; „ *
50 Sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, CANE SYRUP, Ct’BA MOLASSM,
100 Sacks TiIfGIN'LA SALT, 200 Bunches SWIITS and ALCOVY Factory
THREAD. LARGE LOT of* A, B, and C SUGARS.
3000 Bushels of WHEAT delivered in good Merchantable order. Tba highest
et price paid for BACON, LARD, CORN, -MEAL, I LOUR, PEAS, &*., &e., £» r
Southern Bank Notea, Gold & Silver received for auy of the abet* artjfte. hoc! in
market value. 1 * C»*e, A»
GKIIO. B. fiSBXOBBI' u 1 MOaROT» *
June 21, lSfifi—Oßl