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F. Iff. BIAISFFK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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" JAMES SPENCE,
.A. ttorney at Law,
».i tr,sw,r, ft korg /./.
Office at the Court House. _feh£|Mv
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Office , South West corner Public square
('AONTIXURS the practice of Medicine in
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the treat ment of nil secret disea see.
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%tt late Residence at’ CoL B’m.
EE. Stilts , near EEaivson, Li a.
AiJITH an experience of 20 years in the
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GUN SMITH and
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Cuthbe»'t, an dot )th Cos., Ga.. i
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failhluliy attended to. June 1
t L. DOUGLASS,
AHorney at Law,
Jims 1 C / Ti/ B /:n TANARUS, G. t.
J. E, HIGGINBOTHAM,
ATTOHXET AT LAW,
At organ, Calhoun Cos., Ga.,
Will practice in all the Courts of the South
western And Pa’nttl t Ciretti'S. June 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CA.niKI.A, MltatiHl Cos., Cia.,
AGENT sot purchase and sclc o
lAND. June I, 1860.
THE DAWSON JOURNAL,
C lUsiu N Ilia was the eldest daugh
ter of a respectable rind wqll-to-tirt far
mer, reeding near the little village of
Sitnpst n. Nellie was decidedly the
bmutyoftbe ftmily, petted and almost
sp i!cd by her brothers an I sitters,
yet so one eould help loving lnr; she
had dark-dluc eyes, .‘.nd light auburn
hair which hung in wnivy rinpl-ts t v r
her shoulders; she also presented a
sweet disposition, tendering her still
Now Nellie, as a matter cour ts, had
ti grcu‘. many admirers, ai.d among tin tn
a certain Mortimer Hudson. She was
envied by half the girls in the neighbor
hood, and manor uv.-ring namma* shook
tin ir heads after vainly trying to secure
him for Susan Jane or. Mary Ann.
Mortimer Hudson was quite wealthy;
his broad acres extended far ami near
and many damsels sighed after their
blighted bopeu when the engagements
ol Mtrt'mer Huds-n and Nellie Tlusht m
was made pu bbc. They were to be mar
ried in J une, and great preparations
were being made for that event. Man
tua-makers and miliners were in great
demon 1, Nellie bavirg gone to Boston
to select Iter bridal tiossrau Mrs. Rur-h
- insisted that her rtaugbdcr should be
married in white silk, looped up with
flowers; in cl 1 maid . unt opposed five
measures, and strongly' advocated the
lljicy wl.i'o mus'in dress.
Wbili all wn piiei anljiy in the
Rushton manstm, another event was
transpiring that stiried ho U 'od in every
true pat riot heart Civil war loomed
darkly in the h rriz m ; Frt Stiratc r
bad been ti ed upon. The flig of the
South had bien flung to the bretzrsi
President Lincoln’* pr oclamadcn, call"
ittg for seventy-five thousand men, disk
cd along the wires thr ugh all the n 'rth
ern s ates.
Among the first that nobly responded
to the ca’l of his country was Mortimer
Hudson ; he enlisted in the-.luth Geor
gia lufantry as a private soldier-
Nellie ctull scarcely believe that be
would enlist in opposition to her wishes i
she was stunned and wept bitterly on
hearing the coafi rmafion es htr worst
fears; her heart was torn by conflicting
euio ions. Stern duty called, he would
obey. At length, after a smuggle between
love and pride, in which ptilo conquer
td, she decided she would pait from
When Mortirr er called tha* evening
Nr Hie received bin icily. He told her
their marriage would be unavoidably de
“Oh, it is of ud cons qucnce,’’6ai4
Mortimer was inrpri-tod and vexed;
he had expeeted a ddihrrrt reception ;
he appealed to her patriotism, to her
loyalty, hut all to no purpose, Nellie
“Ne’iic, d> you love me?” said Mor
“Ye o ,” sa ; 1 Nellie h sif.atingly.
“Then why oppose my going? I will
have you arrested for discouraging cn
enlistmcnts,” said Mortimer, mischiev
“There are enough men without yon,
said N l ie.
“Ye>,” exclaimed Mortimer, yet our
j honor nu.s be sustained. All the
! men a c needed at this critical hour.
• To-morrow we leave for the seat ot war,
, and 1 still have other calls to make to—
I night,” said Mortimer, glancing at his
Nellie bade him gool-byo coldly ac
! cording to her determination.
The next day the regiment left *
for tli9 seat of war. The fiends
of the soldiers accompanied them to th :
depot; tears were in many eyes, far w 11
they knew that some of the brave men
would never mere return.
Nellie kept her room on pica of vio
lent head-ache; she half regretted not
havio-g bade Mortimer “God speed,”
Sho looked anxiously forward to Use
time wheu she might hear from him,
for he promised to write as scon as he
reached his destination. She haunted
the post- ffiec daily, although ralli.d
unmercifully by her faiv friends.
At length the loDg wished f a letter
arrived, and Nollte was wil 1 with joy.
Mortimer was in good spirits, aud wrote
cheerfully, giving ajdrscriplion of the
country and niiao tints llis whole
letter breathed a spirit of love. Nellie
wrote a reply, couched in kind and ass c
tionatc term*, tel i- g him sho had cen
c’uded not to correspond, but if at the
exp’ratien of his term es enlistment he
would return, loving her nil the s i te,
she would marry him as a reward for
his perse v r ranee.
About this time there came to the
little vill*:e of S a voting law
yer by the name of Gny Htmcrs. He
was gay and fascinating, and formerly
belonged to a wealthy family ; but the
constant isroa Is on tbeir wealth, by the
dissipnti nos Guy, soon threatened ti
diminish the ir CifT-rs, and be was oblig
ed to shift for himself or marry nn heir-
DAAVSON, (»A., FRIDAY, X>ECEMBKTI It, 18««.
cas. As there weto two aht motives
loft, Guy choßo tha latter, f r the i lea
of working always ii.ado lim shudder
with bur <>r
1 1 was tit ti party in the village given
iu honor of his arrival that Guy Somors
first met Nellie llushtoc ; ho was instant
ly enamored of her beau'y, wit, and vi
“Who is tha* girl?’’ lie sa : d with a
pensive stnil', to his hoste-s.
“U .i,t iaiis Miss Rush too ; would
you tike au introduction ?”
“Oh, no,” he replied, languidly.
“She is beautifil,” said the hostess,
“do you think so ?’’
“Oh, yes, hut is she rich? ;<
“Well, jes; hc-r aunt will leave her all
her property, besides considerable bauk
That was suflßoient f <r Guy; he made
his way across the ro -m to where Nellie :
sat chatting with a crowd of admi p tis,
who hung on awry word ns if she was
somo farn-us oraelcof ancient times. He-1
seated himself aud prepared for ci quest:
lia'v. at an ag e’,bH cou.ponion, as Nellie
sji n found, and talked on the most en
tertaining subjects. That night bo escor
ted N-11 c homo, and received permission
to call and see her.
G uy Somers became a frequent vis
itor at Mr Rusbton’s. He escorted s
Nellie to parties and j denies, and soon j
was ber acklowleilgeil lover. This \
made her more envied by the village
g'rls, for many n fair damsel bad do- j
tenmned to number Guy Somers in
the list of her admirers
Nullie was sitting in ber morn, en
gaged in a delightful reverie; she pic
tured to herself the sensation she
would create on her appearance among
the fashionable ladies of Boston At
the same time Guy Somers sat in his
room at the hotel. Let us listen to
him soliloquizing :
“Gny Somers, you are a lucky dog !
Eureka 1 the prize is mine ! Now if
the old rheumatic aunt was only out
of the ropd ! To-night I will leant my
fate. Mortimer Hudson, you arc rob
bed of your laurels. Poor fellow 1 I
pity jour fiirf rtuna’e ease 1”
He sauntered lazily down the street
towards the Pushton mansion, and
that night he returned tin accepted
lover cf Nellie Rush ton lie was per
feet’y happy, us the following later
will show :
“Peak Mother : —1 have at last
succeeded in entrap; ing a go] Jen heir
t-ss, Nellie Rush ton Ly name She is
quite rich, er cl e l would n«v r mar
ry ber. \Ye shall be married soon
I think I shall rent a house on Beacon
‘ You; affectionate son, Gly.”
We \\ ill iow return to the Pattie
fieJd, where weTefc Nl rtuner bravely
fighting the battles of bis c unity.—
He lull been ia several engagements,
blit escaped unharmed. The battle of
Cliickihoroiny bad been fought and won
Thousands of brave soldiers had fall
en, and in in ning was in many house
Nellie Hush'on earg rly scanned the
I ape.-s containing an in count of the
buttle The loth Ga Infantry was
n the hottest of the action, and a norig
the list ni killed was the n -me of -'tor
timer Hudson. Thopgper fell front
her trembling bands, and yet she was
not sorry. Not that she wished him
dead, yet she Imil < fion thought she
coul-i never meet him again without
his despising Iter.
Guy Somers was admired by her
parents for bis eharming manners and
polished speech, and they ollerol no
objections to her marrying this city
Mr. Rushton had specu’ated large
ly, and snms of no small amount were
tnnvnntly changing hands. The con
tinual woriv brought on a slow fever,
and he soon breathed nis last. Wo
will not dwell oil the grief of the fam
ily They were all assembled iri the
spacious drawin '-room to hear the
reading of the will, Guy SomeF.-j
among the rest. On opening the will
it was found that Mr. Kushton had
died insolvent. lie advi-ed them to
sell their house and move West.
Guy Somers" face was red and white
alterna ey; dis;ippo'ntiiie: t an 1 rage
were and pit ted on hi * countenance, and j
he left the house in no enviable hiood.j
inwardly cursing bis luck. After re-1
tiding some lime ho decided to see
Nellie for the last lima. According-j
!y, as soon as twilight set in, tie won
tied his way thither. llow and steal the
h use looked ! lie rang the bell, and
was ushbred into the parlor 1 A fig j
ute rose from the sofa, a figure cloth !
od ill deep mourning, and bade him;
welcome; it was Nehio, but oh, how
changed she was. Guy sex reel v re
“I thought you had forgotlefi mo; I
they told in* you would prove false,
but 1 knew you loved me dearly.—
Trouble never comes singly. My poor
aunt —I pity her, for it is rumored
that the bank bt.s failed aud all her
stock will be worthless.’’
“Failed 1” exclaimed Guy, with
drops nf perspiration standing on bis
“Yes,” said Nellie, looking up won
daringly in his fare.
“Ahem ! ’ ho coughed dubiously,
“Miss Rusl ton, you astonish me."
“A*t -n sb you?” repeated Nellie.
“I u’ways understood you had a
large fortune of your own.”
“Guy Somers,” mo excla'med, in
dignantly, “do you mean to say that
yoa loved me for my money more than
, myself ?”
“If you consider inv language in
that xny you cun do so,” ha said,
haughtily. “A poor bride I will nev
er wed Iwih t > add U>„ oot subtract
from, rny w ealth whom I marry.”
‘ Lave the house 1” exclaimed Ntl
lie, “olid never define see your false
“Your will shall be obeyed, Miss
Rushton.” be said gallant v, and bow
e<] himself ofit with the utmost tuny
That night he JoT S , mourn
ed, however, l y a long list of crodit
| All S— was on the Qui vice. —
Men were standing in gtoujs, talking
I earnestly, lor Mortimer Hudson had
come home alive and well, and Guy
Somers had left for parts unkri wn—
Mortimer had been taken prisoner and
eonfin and at Ft Delaware, but made
bis escape after suffe ing many hard
ships that try men's sou's, and arrived
in safety at S . Ho went to
Nellie to claim htr promise. She was
only too jdad to see him, for all the
world seemed false to her. lie talked
earnestly with her, and urged his
“But T am so unworthy,” said Nel
lie, smiling through her tears.
‘•My darling,” he said, “you have
been purified by suffering. Let us be
gin 1 fe anew, dear Nellie.”
They were married in a few weeks,
and a happier couple cannot be found
than Mortimer and Nellie.
API’OIN T M E N T S
of (he Gtergia Conference for 18C7.
Savami' h District —W. Knox,
Savannah Trinity—ll. J. Corlevf;
I-!e llupeand city miss'os, A M Win,
Mariners Church, C C Oliver,
Springfield cir., D. R McWil
Sylvania c-ir., J M Stokes.
Bethel and col’J ch:.rg-, T A
W=ynrsl.oro, J M Au.-lin.
Habersham, 15'thany and Burke
col’d charge, T 1! Lanier.
Louisville cir., F F Reynolds.
Concord veil'd chug-, 11. B Mur
Hinesvill> cir ,J. E Fct tell.
Bryan cir., W 15 McTTan.
D’.rirn at.d Mclntosh, S A
II idsville cir., S II L’ayue, W F
Ob'tep'e Mts-ien, S S Simmons.
Stnt'.,boro, to bo supqilcd by W
Dome District —AG llaygood
R 'me A M Thigpen.
Cave Spring cir., J W IliJby.
Cedar T-jwd, lo be supplied.
Maua.-sa.i eijeuir, C A Evans.
Kingston cir., W P Rivers.
Cilbouu (ircuiq R II Joues.
S; ring Place circuit, to be supplied
by W Heath,
Layfitye t", W T Hamilton.
Dalton J T Norris.
llinggold J L Lupo.
Summerville, W A Parks.
Etowab, to be ru[plied byTYI
ildaljei ills District. —J C Sim
! taonf, Presiding Hid, r.
Milledgflviile, W P Pledger.
Eitonton, J \V Biuten
Putnam c‘r , J W Kuight and R
Miniie-. 110 at.d col’J charge, D
Clinton circuit, V 7 P Arnold-
Jickson circuit, IV C Rowland.
Ltber'y Hill circuit, Cos be sup
j; lieu by J R Smith.
E r*y;h circuit, \V G Allen.
Forsyth Statiyu, S T l’ayu’.
Macon District. —D D Cox, Prcsid
i ing Elder.
Macon Mulbc ry street, J S Key,
; and J W B jike.
First Street, W F Robinson.
Knoxville circuit, J B Smith.
Jiff i-scnville circuiq \Y S Baker
Irwiaton and G anion cir««i», M
D M orclouse.
Sandcrsvillo circait, J D Antto
nr, ono to bo supplied'
Baniler.-viUe c'l >red charge, to bo
supplied by 8 Bell.
Gibs n circuit, W Lane,
Dublin circuit, C A Mnor».
Jacksonville circuit, to be eoprlicd
by W 1) Btiscy.
Mt. j'ernan, \V M C Copley.
Swainsburo, L 1’ Ncesc.
E II Myers, editor 8. 0. Advo
cate, J. M. Bounc'd, President of ’.be
W F Cos lege.
Elbcrton District —D J Myrirk,
Eificrron circuit, J II Crogan.
Elbert, E G Murrah.
Jeff.trson, M F Malsby, A W
Midi on Sprin.’H, W T Normal.
llotiur circuit, C. If. Ellis.
Hartwell, Britton Saunders.
Clark-.viHe circtit F J Hugos
Claytou IMists., II Crawford.
G tincsCillc cir., IV T Caldwell.
Anywtu Distckt.—W II P Pot
ter, presiding Elder.
Augusta, St. Johns—A Wright,
Asbury, C W Key
ILrisburg Miss , J S Hopkins.
Trinity, to be supplied by Ned-
Richmond and col’d change, J A
Reynolds, I) W Calhoun sup.
Columbia anil ccl’d charge, S
Rush, II A Connor sup.
Warrenton cir., J M Dtekey, J
T Cortis sup
Hancock, J Leu it, ren.
Sparta, A J Jttrral l .
Coen tv Line. J V M Mortis.
L. Pierce ngt. Sunday Schools, N’.h
CohnnhuH District —lt. 11. Lcgtcr,
Columbus—St. Luke, J E Evans, Gi
rard and Wesley Chapel, Mis., J 11
St. Pan', J A 0 Clarke.
Museog c o rcuit, W W Odin.
Upatoi Mi s, W W Tidwell.
Butler circuit, G SW Anthony
Talbottoa aud caiM charge R W
Talbot circle, C A Fullwo and.
Hamilton, A. Dtau.
Il.vris colored charg-, to bo sup
plied by F W B annon.
Lanier Circuit, W Brooks.
Elbtville, R p Williamson.
lumpkin District —L J D.vies P
Lumpkin and Green Hill, G. W.
Cubihbert and Georgetown, J O
Bundolpb, J Soaifc, and one to bo
Port Gates, B .T B Jdwin.
htewarf, G G Turner and one to
Cusscta, to be supplied by W.
Weston circuit, P. O Driscoll.
Dawson, T T Chri-tiun.
Atlanta.—Wesley Chapel, AY G
Hat'iison and W J Saott; cby mission
J 15 P.iyno, W B PauHc; Trinity, AY
M Crumby, J N CtavcP, sup.
Atlanta Diet —II J Adams, P E
A liLta circuit, AVadlaw.
D catur, W A D tdge.
Covington rnd Oxford circuit, J J
Sinc’cton and W Mayloy, M W Ar
Yell tw Hirer C rcuit, AV A Flor
renco and A Grey.
Monroe, AV II Fvtns.
Alpharetta J li Ga'nos.
Marietta, AV F Cook.
Acwor'h, to be snpplied.
Powder Springs cir, C Truest 11,
A J Doavors.
Lawrenccville circuit, J M Low -
Jos. L wis, jr. Prof, in Emory
La grange District.—J B McGehee
Presiding E /or.
LaGrango E W Speer
La (>radge and \Ye:t Point col’d
charge, to be supplied by E 11 Harris.
Troup and eol’d charge, Y S L
West Poiut and Long Csin, P M.
Whitcsville and col and charge, \Y
Greeiiville circuit in) eol’d ebrrgc,
F A Kim', all J Bust *nd J MvGbe.
Coweta circu't and co’ld charge,
Nivvunn, P A. Heard.
Ncwnan and Flat Shoals ntifhion,
to be supplied by 0. Bush.
Palmt-.'to end Grrntvi’Je, J Lowe.
Franklin circuit abd eol'd charge, 1
Washington, M Calloway,
Broad River oir, L I. Ledbetter,
L'tip Rive? circuit, To be suppli
ed by G G Ncrman.
LVoolnton eircu ; t, R J Harwell.
Dahloneoa Dt«, W A Bimm r cs,
Dah'o tepa and Anraria,G Hu-La
ILirrilson mission to bn supplied
by M D Norton.
J G Pcure*, Pioi’n LnGrnnge Pc
tnulo Cdllcgo «nd Bible Agent.
Griffin DM —G 0 Clurk, P II
Griffin, It AV Biirhoni
Zebubui cir., F B D ivies, li A
Pike cir and mission, M Belluh
T bomtifttpn itttd col’d charge, J
\V lleq nobis.
Biirtio.svillo cir and col’d charge,
W F Smith.
Fayetteville cir, R Striding, and
om to be supplied.
McDonougb utul eol'd chsrge, J
Jonesboro, G T Embry.
Ckil odea an 1 col’d charge, M H
Campboilton circuit, and Sund
town mssioii, James Jones.
VV A Rogers, Pres't Grilfin Fe
Athens Disl.~~ AV R Fimham, P
Athens. II 11 Parks,
Athens col’d ch.rgc to be suppli
ed by J 11 Mcdusky
U utkinsville and eol’d ebargo, A
vi \\ orley, and one to b ■ supplied.
Factory mis ion, To be supplied
Madison, George Kramer.
Wo gnn :n t col and charge, W II
I‘oote, and .J I, Peir e, sup.
Greensboro circuit, J AA T Tally
slid A Means, sup.
Green circuit, T F Pcireo
1 esingtoo ami eol’d charge, A
Houston mission to be supplied
by J (1 Wright.
Carroiltoti dr, AV C Dunlap and
one to be supplied.
Carrollton and eol’d mission to be
Lumkin circuit, Jcb Chamb-rs.
Gumming, L (J Allen, J II Ma>h
burnt l , sup.
Charbmu c r-tuP, to be supplied bv’
N II P timer.
Ulairsvilla and jAI trgsntowo, M G
B igih circuit, tube supplied.
Cat tin 8 R Parker
Gwinanctte, To be supplied by J
Drnmicick D st, J AV Turner, P II
D liibrii/ife Dlst,
0 docnoo, J AV Simntnns.
Milieu circuit, S B AA’arHaw
Newton and Colquitt Station, T 1!
Quitman Dist, —
Morvin circuit, P C Harris.
Grovittsvilk- client, Jas llrrris.
Americtts'Di-t, C R Jewett, P lv
America-, G G N McDonncl!,
J I’ D imvin, sup.
Babel, W M 1) B nd.
Magnolia Spring*, 15 F Brccdluvo.
Ogb thorpe ard Moutizuma, to be
Fort Valhy circu’t., E A II Me
Perry s'at’on, E P Burch,
lltiync ville circuit, J M Marshall,
A r iennn rirciut, AV M AYatte.
HawfeinsvTHc Mission. .T J Morgan
and J AV Traywick. sup.
Isabella, AV T McMichesl
Ftirksviile cuircuit, G Bright
K Anthony Agmt S J b.ith School
South Geotgja Coo L-ranee.
B Arbogas', transfered to ITolstcn
Corfcran.', President of the Martha
R 31 Sanders, aud AV 8 Turner,
trnsfi red toMobjle C 'Lferance.
A T Mann to Mentp-hiv Cin reranct
and Htatiomd at Wesley cLapal in Mcm
Next Conference; to be held for
Mortb Ge rngit C-infer nee at Atlanta.
Southern Confercnee, Sivaunab.
A Daisy’s B.'oGaApnv — Ar. editor
thus does up tbo biography of a re
cent ces ion to his household :
AVe have had so many kind friends
asking about that baby, that we tbougt
it neccersury to liogtuiph the chap
briefly, t.nd somewhat after the current
style of the day :
It’s a hot.
He’s a buster.
Weighs nine pounds and a quarter,
and old worn in tells ns that he will
grow heavier as hix weight increas
He's the first boy of which we’ve
ever been proprietor, and of cause is
the only baby in town.
1 lie old women before mentioned
declare him the very image of his pa
*'A littlo copy of his faithful sire*
in face and gesture.’*
But in justice to the youth we mu*t
say wc think him an improvement on
the origxal —a world of progress you
This young American was old as
could bo expected, considering the
time it was born, and will doubtless be
too old for bis father in a few venrs,
ts he has good luck.
Ho is quite ret Lent on politics, wild
only vauL tube let alone.
110 thinks he favors Mr*. Winslow'*
policy. ,-tij rt-v.nsT
Wo br.vn’t named him yot; w# want
to giro him n distinguished oognomen,
hut the fan**ot our great men is at
present to precarious that we don’t
Ijke the risk. ~ q
It is pie haps unnecessary to say, ns
all biographers do of diatingui.-hed
personages, hat the subject ol this
sketch was born at u very early nge,
of “poor, but respecter's parents.”
A elergymao’s daughter in England
has eloped with ber groom—bride
Dean Swilt says, “It is uselossfor
us to at empt to reason a man out of
a thing, ha Us nev r boon reasoned
GOODS! GOODS! I
IK THE PLACE
\yrnicu *e Offer on »s ptood terms »« »pr
\ti one iiv the pUus, if no hetter. We *t»
till any .hill at .KJG'tW M* // M ioffS
!* tvin*j mi L» such t\rr*ng*»nioow f as eo*
nble ns lo do so. W« shall keep
HARmAVAhE, „ ,
AVOOD AN D WILLOAV AVARE,
ROCK A WAYS
tnd in fuel almost any article you can call for
.11 ol wUich Ti tttvtctl
COW FOR CASH.
Gveus a call. E. IL LOYIiESS,
iif»vi<u*tf anil E. U. LOYLESS & CO.,
oiuk mown A gS
Journal BiiHUing, DepotSl.)
Arc now opening a splendid stock *
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
FRESH FROM NEW YORK.
Mr. Orr, having sold Goods for jnany
years in itiis market, Las sciecttta Buch
a stock as be thinks will suit everybody.
Come and See IJs.
We will try to do you justice both i
GOODS AND PRICES
lYrsons buying good* from us navy
rest assured that they will got none but
the very Inst articles.
lie have uo Imitation Goods !
lie 1 ne nibei%
AVe expect to kiep everything usual
ly kept in uuy 6torc in this section of
country. Sept. 5, 1806.
IGYIESS & GRIM,
W artboHSC in rear of Doyles* block )
Are now ready to reeieve and store cot
ton. Liberal advances made on cotton ia
We tore or band a la'ge supply of
ned all kind of plantation goods.
We re.peetfaily solicit tbo patronage of
our old friends and eustemors. A
oct 1 a J &SB Sm.
Ageiifs for the pnrrhase and sale
of all kinds of
Liberal ./lira nets .T /title an
Con sii/u mess tn.
Otlivr, Wo 3, Muvltlard’s Lott
er Utitige, lt;iy St.,
U. U, WilUit-sonof Xewmau Geo.,
It. .1 Wil-on, formerly of Okcefuskce
Cotton Mills, Ala. *■’
P. H. Wood, of the late firm J. W. Rabun
k Cos , Savannah, Geo.
•*ct 12 3m * * C'fSl
J C L. MARTIN, ;^*
GIAERMi IRtIBMfR AGEKT AID
E( T./fL.I ; •• illabatnei'
Represents a paid Cap, l a! in A No. 1
Companies, if 544.DD0.00©, Takes
l ire, Inland, Itiver, Mariue, Life, and Aoci
dent ricks. Losses promptly adjusted and
piid. apr 27-IV.
J. K. jr.NNISUS. M. J. WICK3. j w. WICXJ.
JENNiNGS, WICKS & BRO. s
AND .1 ,f
A"c. lii,Vf .Vrie Orleans, La.
])fi. S. <i, KOIiEKSON, ;
Mry i Cufbbcrt, Georgia.