Baptist chuuch— Second Sunday and Sat
urday before iu each month, Rev. John S.
Methodist Ciiui ch—On the Fourth Sun
day in each month, liev. It. J. Harwell, Pas
Faikijuun Lodge, F.'.A.'.M '.—Meets See
ond and Fourth Saturday nights iu each month.
T. VV. Latham, W. M,
P. M. Tidwell, Scc’y.
Meets every Monday night.
W fl. Andrews, Intendant.
0. A. C ANTitELi., Clerk.
Dr. John Goodman. Representative.
R . C. Beavers, Ordinary.
I W. Carter, Sheriff.
M. H. Wooddai.t., Clerk Superior Court.
J. W. B .ooks, Receiver of Tax Returns.
S. Harvey, Tax Collector.
J. C. Williams, County Treasurer.
D. Aderiiold, County Surveyor.
llbnby Morgan, Coroner.
Joseph Brantley, Express Agt.
J. G. McAllister, Depot Agt.
C. A. Harvey, Postmaster.
Beulah Lodge) No. 51, C. VV. T.
Meets every Sunday eveuing at 4 o’clock P. M.,
T. J. Landrum, Supt.
Dr. J. Goodman, 1
and > Executive Committee.
S. G. Johnson. }
John F. Goodman, C. T.
Miss Lizzie Vickars, V. T.
Miss R. L. Ragsdale, Seo’y.
John Reynolds, Treasurer.
W. S. McLarin, M.
Miss Sallie Williams, D, M.
George Malone, G.
Miss Docia Cole, S.
A. J. Vickars, C.
K. M. Mobley, P.T.
Moral Reform Society.
Meets every Wednesday night.
John Reynolds, President.
L. S. Roan, See’y.
Fairburn, Georgia, July 19, 1812.
Died, on the evening of the 14th
inst, infant child of Mrs. Ellen and
Joseph Brantley, of this place.
Scripture. —We learn that the citi
zens of Palmetto have stopped talking
politics and entered upon the discussion
of the holy scriptures.
Court. —Tt.ere will be a called term
of Fayette Superior Court next week.
All persons who have business in the
Court will be there ready for their cas-<
To-morrow is the day appointed by
the Durnocratic Executive Committee of
this county to elect delegates to repre
sent ns at Atlanta on the 24th. Hope
there will be a good turn out.
Crops.— Farmers report that crops
throughout the country are generally
g,>..(], but they have been damaged to
b>>me extent in the bottom lands by the
overflow, caused by the recent heavy
A “straightout” friend of ours, after
hearing the result of the Baltimore
Convention, says he will vote for
Greeley with the following endorse
ment on the back of his ticket: “Lord,
orgive me, I know not what I do.”
Fruit. — The fruit is now ripening
very fast, and the fruit season will
soon be over. Now in order that you
may have fresh fruit all through the
winter call on W. T. Roberts & Cos.,
and buy some of Mason’s jars, and can
your fruit and have some all the time.
Colored Convention. —The colored
people met in convention at the court
house on last Saturday for the purpose
of nominating candidates for county
offices. Some of the District failing
to send delegates, the convention ad
journed to meet again on the 24th of
August, when a lull delegation is ex
Capt. Carroll and his Soap.— Capt.
C. C. Carroll, of Mississippi, and his
troupe, gave concerts in the court
house Monday and Tuesday evei.ings,
Bth and 9th. The concert Monday was
given for the purpose of introducing
Capt. Carroll’s cold water soap. The
concert Tuesday was for the purpose
of repairing the cemetery at our place.
Our citizens turned out in mass, and
Mr. T. J. Landrum has the proceeds
thereof, and is makirg preparations to
have them expended for the improve
ment of the cemetery.
This is the first show,concert, or any
thing of the kind that wo ever knew
to leave the money in our midst, for
which Capt. C. and his troupe have the
best wishes of our people.
As fov the cold water soap, we think
it sufficiently advertised, and its merits
are before our people, and are appre
ciated so highly that we do not feel
able to add anything that could inspire
more confidence, or give it a wider
fame throughout the couptry than it
already has. It was proved by actual
demonstration that the cold water soap
is the best, the cheapest and the most
effective labor-saving soap over put
upon the market. Success to the soap
and its inventor.
Ariel before the fublic the second
time. —“The Negro,” enlarged, with
criticisms and reviews of Ariel's re
viewers, exhibiting the “Learning of
the Learned,” an Octavo volume, price
SI.OO, with usual discount to Book
Sellers and News Dealers.
1. Showing that God could not make
a black man or negro with the endow
ment of heat and light.
2. That God never made or created,
nor put on this earth either a Mulatto
3. That the Hebrew words Adhom,
ha Adliam, by which the white man is
designated; and the word ish, by which
the black man is designated, and the
word enosh, by which the first cross of
whites and blacks is designated, and
the word dnshey, by which further
crosses of whites with mulattoes are
designated, are never confounded to
gether by Divine writers; and where
it occurs in the Bible it is evidently a
mistake of the copyist in copying MS.
4. Our Bible Translators have grossly
and falsely translated all the above
words by one word, man, or men, if
plural. This work has just been issued
from the press, and is for sale by Book
Sellers and News Dealers generally.
Agents wanted for every town and
county in the Southern States. All
books not sold will bo taken back at
puichased rates, if in good order, and
monvy refunded. Address“M. C. Cotton,
wholesale agent, No. 292 South Cherry
St., Nashville, Tenn.
A Court, a Lawsuit and a Fight.—
There was a lawsuit in our town on
last Saturday about a certain donkey,
which produced much bad feeling be
tween the parties at variance and cre
ated some excitement among the cit
izeus. After the case was decide and
neither party could or would comply
with the dicisiou of the Court, aud the
result is our Sheriff has made a mule.
It is supposed that the parties being
so dissatisfied in the whole matter,
went into the little fight, but this did
not last but a short time. One got a
tap on the back of the head, another
got a tap on the top of the head with
no serious result.
We have a communication from
“ Wake Up ” which did not reach us
in time for publication this week. It
will appear in our next. It is one of
his most lively pieces, and will be of
much interest. Sidney in his pleasant
style of good humor is necessarily
crowded out, but will find room for it
We call the attention of our readers,
the public and especially the Masonic
fraternity to the address delivered at
Campbellton 24th June, last, in cel
ebrating the anniversary of St. John the
The Campbell Gazette and all other
papers friendly to the cause please
Water Melon. —There was a water
melon brought to Palmetto a few days
since that weighed forty-two pounds.
It was raised on the plantation of 11.
Moss Esq., of that place. We think
this is doing well in the water melon
line, who cau beat it ?
Mrs. Thomson, wife of John Thomson
near Palmetto, died from typhoid fever
on Monday night last, and was interred
at Ramah church cemetery on Tuesday.
A. D. Starnes, formerly editor and
proprietor of the Palmetto Gazette , left
this morning with his family, goods
and chatties for parts unknown. His
sudden, and unexpected departure,
causes some regret, as he appointed
no executor to attend to his affairs;
but it is presumed that he made a will.
The Palmetto amateur troupe went
to Campbellton on Friday evening Ju
ly 12th, to give the citizens a conceit,
but immediately after their arrival the
rain fell in young torrents and contin
u and until lute at night, which prevent
ed the entertainment. Mrs. Latham
received the disappointed, but cheerful
ladies beneath her hospitable roof, and
extended them that courtesy which has
ever characterized that most estimable
and Christian lady. The troupe con
templates returning when it quits rain
Instinct. —Every creature that lives
is endued with self-protecting instincts.
The huge marine lizard of the Galapa
gos Islands will not enter the water
when frightened, though it swims like
a fish, and feeds on deep-growing sea
weeds. It may be driven down a
point, and caught, but if thrown into
the sea will constantly swim ashore
again, and cannot be driven into the
water. Ilis enemies all live in the wa
ter. Experience has taught it to fear
nothing that breathes the air.
We will not have the space to give
our readers the full and complete pro
ceedings of the Legislature, which is
now in session at the Capitol, but shall
mention all laws passed, and all im
portant measures introduced in either
house of the General Assembly.
Atlanta, Ga., July 17, 1872.
SENATE—The Senate met pert- u
ant to adjournment at 10 o’clock, and
was called to order by President Tram
Hon. Cary W. Styles, Senator elect,
from 10th dist., was sworn and took
Hon. W. M. Reese offered a resolu
tion that a joint committee from both
Houses be appointed to notify the Gov
ernor that both Houses were ready for
any communication he had for them;
which was passed and ordered to be
sent Ur the House.
The committee reported that the
Governor would report at once.
J. W. Warren, Secretary of the Ex
ecutive Department, announced that
lie was present with the message and
accompanying documents which were
read aud five hundred copies ordered
printed for the use of the Senate.
Bills read the first time.
Mr. Heard—To regulate the time of
holding general elections in Georgia.
Mr. Hillyer—To provide for more
speedy trials in indictments for mur
Mr. Reese—To regulate the law of
Also, to extend the law of conspira
Alao, to amend the act to authorize
all pleas and defens s to be sworn to
in certain cases.
Hon. M. A. Candler offered a resolu
tion, fixing the Lours of meeting at 9
o’clock, a. m., and of adjournment at I
o'clock, p. m., which was adopted.
The Senate then adjourned until 9 a.
m., to morrow.
HOUSE.—The House was called to
order at 10 a. m., by the Speaker, Mr.
J. B. Cumming, who, in a few appro
priate remarks, welcomed the Repre
sentatives, exhorting the same harmo
ny and enjoining the same industry
that had characterized their former
A communication from the Govern
or was read, informing the Assembly
of the election of Luther J. Glenn, of
Fulton, S. B. Cleghorn, of Muscogee,
J. F. King, of Wayne, J. B. Forrester,
of Lee, and J. G. Cain, "of Jefferson, to
fill vacancies, and the gentlemen were
Mr. Phillips, of Echols, offered a res
olution providing for the appointment
of a joint committee of 21, two from
each Congressional District, to be ap
pointed by the Speaker, and one from
each Congressional District, to be ap
pointed by the President of the Sen
ate, to prepare a bill conforming to
tlie recent Apportionment Act of Con
gress for redistricting the State.
The counties were then called, and
the following bills read for the first
Mr. Stovall—To consolidate the of
fices of Clerk of the Superior Court
and Treasurer of McDuffie county; to
authorize Ordinary of McDuffie county
to issue and negotiate bonds; to ap
point a committee to report a bill in
relation to the apportionment of Rep
resentatives of the General Assembly;
also, to change the time of holding the
Superior Courts for McDuffie and Col
Mr. Paxton—To require the tax col
lector of Charlton to receive jury cer
tificates for county taxes; to appoint a
board of road commissioners for Charl
Mr. Hogc—To require the Treasurer
of Coweta county to pay SSOO to Hugh
Buchanan and others.
D. C. Cosby—To amend the 16th ar
ticle of the Constitution of Georgia in
reference to general education.
Mr. Hall, of Meriwether—A bill to
incorporate the town of Woodbury, in
Mr. Glover, of Sumter— A bill to alter
and amend the law with regard to costs
in several courts of the State; a bill to
alter and extend powers of Justices of
Peace and Notaries Public in this State.
Mr. Phillips, of Echols—A bill to
protect the citizens in villages and
towns, and others residing near places
where Justice Courts and elections are
held,to make penal, cock-fighting.horse
racingjoud swearing,uttering obscene
language aud for other purposes.
On motion of Mr. Hoge, of Fulton,
the sessions of the House were ap
pointed from 9 a. ra. to 1 p. m.
NO TO MILLEDGEVILLE.
Mr. Spence, of Coffee, offered a reso
lution proriding for removing
eral Assembly to Milledgeville on Mon
day next,becauße the resolution alleged
the Hall was uncomfortably warm, and
therefore dangeroas to the health of
the members, aud otherwise unsafe.
Mr. Pierce, of Hancock, moved the
adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Phillips, of Echols, moved that
the resolution be made tl\e special or
der of the day for to day two weeks,
which motion was lost.
The question was then on the origin
Mr. Hoge, of r niton, made a few re
marks, stating that if the resolution
was intend; and as a joke, it was an ex
pensive one to the State, and if it was
serious, it failed to constitutionally
provide for such a removal, and that
the emergency was not sufficient.
Mr. Pou, of Muscogee, stated that he
believed the gentleman from Fulton
was misinformed, if he supposed the
resolution was serious; deplored the
loss of time, and moved that the reso
tion be laid on the table, which motion
was carried, with one or two dissent
The House adjourned until 9 o’clock
Secaud Day’s Proceedings.
Atlanta, July 18, 1872
SENATE--Culled to order by I’t&si
dent Trammell. Prayer by Rev. E.W.
Air. Hinton offered a resolution,which
was adopted, and ordered transmitted
to the House, providing for the appoint
ment of a joint committee of seven
from the Senate and fourteen from the
House, to report a hill redistricting the
State according to the Congressional
Apportionment Bill. The Committee
from the Senate are J. O. Nichols, B.
B. Hinton, W. P. Mathews, T. J. Sim
mons, C. Heard, W. S. Erwin and Geo.
A message was received from the
House announcing the passage of a
similar resolution, which was concur
The following bills were read the
Air. Hillyer—To create a lien in favor
of builders and contractors.
Air. Smith--To incorporate the
Grantville Collegiate Seminary.
Air. Styles offered a resolution in
structing the Judiciary Committee to
report a bill for the registration of
voters in this State, and defining where
each voter shall vote, which was
The bill to incorporate Atlanta &
Tennessee Railroad Company, was
taken up from the table, amended, and
Adjourned until 9 o’clock to morrow.
HOUSE —The House met at 9 A.
AI. Speaker Cumming in the Chair.—
Prayer by Rev. Air. Jones.
To authorize the Governor to issue
bonds of Ibis State, or to borrow mon
ey on credit of the State, wheieby to
redeem all bonds aud the coupons
thereon, now due, or that shall hereaf
ter fall due, aud for other purposes.—
The following bills were read the
Mr. Goodman—To recompense the
Grand and Petit Jurors of Campbell
On resolution of Mr. Glenn-General
Duff Greene was allowed the use of the
Hall of the House of Representatives,
on Friday night for the purpose of ex
plaining certain measures by which he
proposes to pay the public debt and
build railroads without taxing the peo
A bill to change the lines between
Pike and Monroe coun ies, was read
the third time aud adopted.
Corrected expressly for Tnic Firburn VVaif
By Joseph Brantley.
Corn 79 bu hel SI 20
Meal V " 1 25
Flour -(3 100 lbs. 500
Bacon—Shoulders 1D 7)£
, Clear Rib’d Sides... 8)4
Clear Sides TO
Lard j? lb 12)£
Cheese. 79 “ 18 lo 20
Butter “ 20
Eggs. $ eloz 15
Chickens each 15 to 20
Sugars 79 lb 13 to 16
Molasseß 79 g*l 33 to 40
Rice..., 791 b 10
Soap..! “ “ 10@I5
Caudles “ “ 25
Salt “ sk 2 25
Factory Thread, 79 bunch 1 75
Shirtings per yd 10@12)4
Prints “ “ 10@12)4
Tobacco per lb 05@1 25
Hay—Timothy pr 100 lbs 2 25
Kerosene Oil 79 Gal. 45@50
I’etro “ “ “ 50
Wheat per bushel 150
Weights anil Measures.
Shelled Corn 56
Corn in ear 70
Irish Potatoes 50
Sweet Potatoes 60
White Beans 60
Castor Beans 45
Clover seed. 60
Timothy seed 40
Flax seed 56
Hemp seed- 44
Blue grass seed 14
Dried peaches 40
Dried apples 24
St one Coal 80
slacked Lime 80
A. J. llansell, Trustee for ]
Mrs. M. L. McDonald
and her children |
The New Manchester Mann- j
TO the defendant. You are hereby notified
that you be and appear, personally, or by
attorney, at the Notary’s Court to be held in,
and for the 784‘.h district, G. M., at the usual
plaoe of holding Court in said district, on the
4th Saturday in July next, to answer the plain
tiffs demahd in an open account, a copy of
which is hereto annexed; or in default hereof,
the Court will proceed to justice, may appee
tain. Witness my hand and official signaturr
this 17th day of June, 1872.
JOHN D, SELF,
N. P. ex.of. J. P.
New Manchester Manufactur
To A. J. HANSELL, Dr.
To taxes paid for said Com
pany for the year 18G7,
paid in August, 1868, $75 00
IT is ordered that service be perfected by
publication in terms of law iu the Fairburn
Waif. JOUN D. SELF,
jun2l-3t N. P. ex-of. J. P.
D> J.BRADFIELD’S FEMALE REGULATOR:
“WOMAN’S BEST FRIEND,”
Will bring oil the Menses when they
have not been established, also when
they have been suppressed from un
natural causes. Will cure Rheumat
ism and Neuralgia of the back and
womb. Will cure Painful Menstrua
tion., aud relieve 4he head, back ai.d
loins of those distressing pains and
aches. Will cheek menorrhagia or
“excessive flaw,” Will .euro “Whites”
aud falling of the womb, when it is the
result ul relaxation or bud health.
It is as sure a cure in all the above
diseases as Quinine is in Chills and
Ladies can cure themselves of all
the above diseases without iovealing
their complaints to any person, which
is always mortifying to their pride
It is recommended aud used by
the best physicians in their private
For a history of the above diseases,
certificates of its wonderful cures and
directions, the reader is refuted to the
wrapper around the bottle. Manufac
tured and sold by
Bradfield & co, Atlanta Ga.
Sold by ali Druggists. Price $1.50
SMITH & MOTES’
l( Formerly Kuhn di Smith.),
PARTIES visiting Atlanta would do well to
call at the old Pioneer Photograph Gallery
and examine specimen of beautiful Pictures,
such as are made daily at our rooms. Fo
beauty of finish and life-like appearance un
surpassed. Give us a call, we will please you
Gallery over Sharp&Fioyd’t Jewelry Store
j No. 21), Whitehall street, Atla uj
N E W STORE,
Fairburn, - Georgia.
T. B. SWANSON
HAS just opened a splendid stock of staple
and fancy Dry Goods, Cutlery, Crockery
and Tiu-Ware, Hardware, &c. Aud a full line
oi Family Groceries, and everything else kept
in a country store, all of which he is deter
mined to sell as cheap as they can be soled .at
retail for cash anywhere this ide ot the man
ufactories. Culland see for yourselves at Lan
drum’s corner, Fairburn, Ga. janl9-Um
SOMETHING NEW I
FIVE PHOTOGRAPHS AM) FERKEOTYPES
TAXECUTED on sbsrt notice in the most
X-4 artistic manner, of all sizes and styles.
Special attention giveu to copying and en
larging Irorn old ambrolypes aud daguerreo
types. Those desiring well executed likenesses
ol themselves and Iriends are invited to call
early as my stay will be brief. Remember
the Court-House, h nil burn.
jau26 tl A. J. REAM, Photographer.
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■As much Reading Matter as any Paper in the
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And, in lact, is a thoroughly
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DOUBLE THE CIRCULATION
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WHOLESALE Ell UGGISTS,
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ciaus and others to their lar&e of
Fancy Goods, &c., &c.,
which, for quality and low prices,
Defy Competition in the South
We solicit an examination of our Stock an
Prices. We will make it to your interest to
trade with us.
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DR. WILLIAM WHITAKER
HAYING located 2)4 miles from Fairburn,
Ga., near the road leading to Concord
church, respectlully offers his professional
services to the public iu the treatment ol the
various forms ol disease.
Cancers treated on the principle of no cure
no pay. ma‘24-6m
WILLIAM lllCll Ac CO.,
Cor. Peachtree and Marietta Sts.
A RE fully prepared fej the spring sea-
Ason with a large assortment of New
Goods. Special inducements to cash
buyers. We propose to duplicate New
ma3-4m \Villiam Rich & Cos.,
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Which can be trusted and which is a I way*
lull of interest, is a necessity of the times.
Such a one is the
Oil JSTIAN UNION,
The Unseetarir.n. Religion 3 . Literary Fam
ily Newspaper, whose Editor is
HENRY WARD BEECHER,
It has something for Every Member of
the Household . in matters ol Religion,
Moral-. Politics, Literature. Art, ocieu e,
Agriculture, Poetry, News, Fiction for
Voting and old, Traill) lor Every body.
Mr. Bek;nEm’s vigorous pen, in lie
Editorials and -tar Fayters. mid Mr. Fi
lin wood's family verbal! n-reports of this
heiplul Lecture room Talks tn Plcnouth
Church,.are great attractions. Mr.Bt.eeh
er is t ssisted by a. .urge editorial
Attractions for 18722
Two (harming anil Popular Works of ArtJ
"WIDE AWAKE AND FAST ASLEEP "
Two Exquisite French Oil Chrutuos, tl.e
subjects of which arc Life-Size, and can
not tail to please all who love art or chil
dren. Aie GIVEN AWAY to every sub
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scription or a Renewal 1
The N. Y. Evening Mail says of those
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dexnmples ot the chromo lithographic. ■ c
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style, anything that!expected. A neigh
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ten dollars for them. Please accept my
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~ E N lYr7emYnT~
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On the first of Jauury the paper was en
larged and will hereafter be folded in
twenty-lour large quarto pages, pasted at
the back and trimed at the idges,—a de
cided advantage in tons enitr.ee lor read
ing, possessed by no other •releigienus
Mrs. Hariiet Beecher Stowe
during tlie year 1&72.
11 ill Write Exclusively
for the Christian Union (with the excep
tion of one short story already engaged
for another publication.)
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ARR AS FOLLOWS:
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paper and to the above pair oi bearUJlul
Oil chromos, deliveied at the publication
office, it the subscriber will aud ten cents
lor expenses of wrapping, mailing, etc.
[s3.lo],the Chromos will be mailed, post
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fers to send still 25 cents more [3.35 alto
gether,the copies to mailed will be strong
ly mounted on card-board, sized and var
nished, all ready for iraming. This is
the method we recomend as the most satis
factory and the one which nearly all our
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TIIE CHISTIAN UNION is a Religious
weekly, edited by Henry W ard Beecher,
and published by J. B. Ford & Co-, 27 Park
Place, N. Y. It comprises 24 pages, large
quarto, securely pasted at the back and
trimed at the edges, ready and convenient
for'eading. lt'is the ablest and best re
ligious paper published; active earnest,
alive on ail questions pertaiuiong to the
growth of a heaitby, religious life. Not
blindly bound by creed or by party, not
tied to old conservative notions, and
mouldy superstitions; yet deeply, thor
oughly, truly religious. But two years
old, circulates thousands more than any
other religious paper in America; but its
rapid growth clots not so mmh surprise
us when we consider that it fully meets
the wants of ou.- t ate,—for Christian un
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clear-headed, far-sighted, large-hearted.
This is the only religious journal tor
which Air, Beecher writes, or to which h,e
in any way contributes. His character
istic articles oi all kinds and the only com
plete aud au hoaized verbatim reports of
his weekly -Lecture Room Talks,’ as well
as Mrs. 11. B. Stowe’s delightful (and for
the year 1872 exclusive) contributions, are
attractive features of the paper, while the
various outside aitcles and the admirably
sustained regular departments of the pa
per furnished something ot interest to ev
ery member of the family.
“Wide Awake” and “Fast Asleep” a
pair of French Oil Oromos, will be given
away to all annual substibers. The reg
ular market-price of these beautiful pio
tures is ten dollars, at which tbousands of
them have been sold. They are
simply charming, and cannot
fail to please all who love art or children.
The Christian Union one year and both
these chromos will be sent for $3; ten
cents extra for postage; and twenty-live
cents extra lor mounting and varnishing,
when that style is preierred, as it neany
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Wrought Irou Pipes,
For Steam, Gas aHd Water Pumps, Rubber
Hose, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Lead,
and Lead Pipes, Plumbers’ Baass Goods, Wash
Basius, Water Closets, &c.,
No. 9, Marietta St.,'Atlanta, Ga,
Also, Contracts for Roofibg iu the be
Ic, i a Tin and Shees Iron, apr23- 12. q