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Rev. A.T. Scalding, of Mobile, Ala.,
will (D. V.) again preach at the First Bap
tist Church to-morrow (Suuday, 13th Inst.)
at 1(>V o’clock, a. u n and at 1% o’clock, v.
u. The public are kindly Invited to at
M. E. Conference.—In publishing the
official proceedings of the first day’s ses
sion of the M. E. Conference yesterday
morning, the name of the Secretary was
inadvertantly omitted. We regret this, ns
it gave the proceedings the appearance of
an editorial report, instead of an official re-
jfort of the officers of Conference, as in
point of fact it was.
Urlioiocs Notice.—On Sabbath, the
13th inst., there will be preaching in the
I>avl« Ilall at 10j^ o’clock by R. W. Clarke,
I>. D„ of Cinclnnatti, one of the Bishops of
the Methodist Episcopal Church, to be fol
lowed by the ordination of several Ministers
»« Deacons; and ai 3 o’clock by Rev. J. M.
Reid, D. editor of the Western Chris
tian Advocate. At 7 o'clock, r. m., Rev. T.
II. I’earne, D. D-, of Knoxville, Tenn., will
preach in a new church, three squares
south of the City Hall.
The public are cordially invited to at-
leud these services.
Lecture.—About the 15th of November,
Rev. Father A. J. Ryan, author of the
“Conquered Banner," will deliver a lecture
in this city, under the auspices of the
Young Men's Library Association. This
will be the inaugural o ies of some ten
or a dozen lectures which will be provided
by the same institution during the coming
winter anti spring. These lectures will be
a prominent feature of amusement as well
as a source of instruction for our people—
especially for the young.
A : ain in real estate may be had, if
application is made, within the next week,
lo Isaac B. Pilgrim, who desiring to em
bark in business, wishes to sell his house
an<l lot in this city, and some very valua
ble land in Paulding county. See adver
tisement in another portion of this paper.
Bank Report.—The official report of the
Georgia National Bank of Atlanta, will be
found in the proper column. The fidelity
with which this institution has been man
aged is apparent from the figures given to
Thursday evening next the Turners
hold their annual dancing festival, at Da
vis' Hall. Arrangements are making to
secure a pleasant evening's enjoyment to
visitors, and nothing will be left undone to
Ufa Sect In Hearca.
Talking of sects till late one eve,
Of the various doctrines the saints believe,
That night I stood in a troubled dream,
By the side of a darkly flowing stream.
And a “Churchman” down the river came,
When I heard a strange voice call his name
“Good lather, stop; when you cross this tide;
You must leave your robes on the other side.”
But the aged father did not mind.
And his long gown floated out behind,
As down the stream his way he took,
His pale hands clasping a gilt edged book:
“ I'm!>ound for heaven, and when I'm there,
I shall want my book of Common Prayer;
And though I put on a starry crown,
I should feel quite lost without my gown.”
Then he fixed his eye on the shining track,
But his gown was heavy and held him back,
And the poor old father tried in vain,
A single step in the flood to gain.
I saw him again on the other side.
But his silk gown floated on the tide;
And no oue asked in that blissful spot,
Whether he belonged to “ the Church ” or not.
Then down to the river a Quaker strayed,
His dress of a sober hue was made; %
“ Aly coat and hat must he all of gray,
I cannot go any other Way.”
Then he buttoned his coat straight op to his chin.
And staidly, solemnly waded in,
And his broad-brimmed hat he pulled down tight
Over his forehead, so cold and white.
But a strong wind carried away his hat;
A moment he silently sighed over that,
A nd then, as he gazed to the farther shore,
The coat slipped off and was seen no more.
As he entered heaven, his suit of gray
Went quietly sailing—away—away,
And none of the aagels questioned him
About the width oi his beaver’s brim.
Next came Dr. Watts with a bundle of Psalms
Tied nicely up in bis aged arms,
And hymns as many, a very wise thing,
That the people In heaven, “all round,” might
But I though* he heaved an anxious sigh,
As he saw that the river ran broad ana high,
And looked rather surprised as, one by one,
The Psalms and Hymns in the waves went down.
And after him with his Iff88.,
Came Wesley, the pattern of godliness,
But he cried, •’ Dear me, what shall I do?
The water has soaked them through and through.'
And there on the river, far and wide,
A way they wen* down the swollen tide.
And the saint astonished passed through alone,
Without his manuscripts up to the throne.
Then gravely walking, two saints, by name,
Down to the stream together came,
But as they stopped at the river’s brink,
I saw one saint from the other shrink.
“ Sprinkled or plunged, may I nek you friend,
How you attained to life’s great end?”
“7A«m, with a few drops on my brow,”
” But I have been dipped, as you’ll see me now.
“And I really think it will hardly do,
As I'm ’close communion' to cross with you;
Yon are hpund, 1 know, to the realms of bliss.
But you must go that way, and I’ll go this.”
Then straightway plunging with all his might,
Away to the leftr-his friend at the right,
Apart they went from this world of sin,
But at last together they entered in.
And now, when the river was rolling on,
A Presbyterian church went down;
Of women there seemed an innumerable throng,
But the men 1 could count as the passed along.
And concerning the road, they could never agree,
The old or the ntte way, which it could be,
Nor ever a moment paused to think
That both would lead to the river’s brink;
And a sound of murmuring long and loud,
Came ever up from the moving crowd,
You’re in the old way. and I’m In the new,
That Is the false, and this is the true ”—
Or, ”I’m in the old wav. and you’re in the new,
Thai Is the false, and tbit is the true.”
But the brethren only seemed to spark;
Modest the sisters walked, and meek,
And if ever one of them chanced to say
What troubles she met with on the way.
How she longed to pass to the other side.
Nor feared to cross over the swelling tide,
A voice from the brethren then;
“ Let no one speak but the holy men;
For have ye not heard the wards of Paul,
“‘Oh, let the women keep silence all? ’ ”
I watched them long In my curious dream.
Till they stood by tbe lH>rders of the stream;
Then, iust as I thought, the two ways met,
But all the brethren were talking yet,
And would talk on, till the heaving tide
Carried them over, side by side;
Side ny side, for the way was one,
The toilsome journey or life was done.
And all who iu Christ the Saviour died,
Came out alike on the other side.
No forms, or crosses’ or books had they,
No gowns of silk, or suits of gray.
No creeds to guide them, or MSS.,
For all had put on Christ’s righteousness.”
tSfATLANTA GARDEN.—-MR. F.
KELLER, of this favorite resort, has recently
added new attractions, preparatory to rendering
his guests comfortable dnring the winter season.
Among other Improved features, It may be men
tioned that t'is musical addition cannot fail to In
terest his patrons. It is intended to make the
GARDEN ” a place of pleasant resort through
out tiie season. Good order will be preserved, at
all times, and every attention afforded to visitors.
|y ANNUAL BALL
ATLANTA. TTJ UN-VERKIN.
The Third Annual Ball of this Association will
take place at DAVI8’ HALL on TUESDAY
EVENING, the 16th inst.
There will be Gymnastic Exercises during the
evening by the members.
Tickets of Admission, including Refreshments,
may be bad by application to either of the follow
ing gentlemen: HENRY G. KUHRT,
Chairman Committee of Invitation.
P. SCHRAMM, CHAS. BOHNEFELD,
D-33. JONES, C. P. FREEMAN,
a A. KING, LUDWIG HARMSEN.
Tickets admitting Gentlemen and Ladies, $3.00.
A. C. LADD,
Chairman Committee of Arrangement*.
A Caravan.—Fifteen wajrons, loaded
■with late citizens of White county, Ga.,
passed through this city yesterday, en
-oute for new homes in Texas.
Serious Accident.—We learn that Mr
Joseph Banks, of Hall county, met with a
serious accident, near this city, last even
ing. lie was driving a team, and one of
hi.- mules fell on him, aud thus prevented
hi m from escaping the wheels of his wagon,
which paa-ed o\ - 1 im. The wagon was
heavily loaded \v :
passed directly <
hope of his rec<
the attending phy
The aecident oe. ..
*1 -yesterday, near i>..
tree road, a short distuu
• - uing.
> .'dock, p.
i'rom the city.
Superior Court.—The Superior Court
for this county adjourned at 12 o'clock yes
terday until Monday morning. The cases
idjudu-Ated during the past week were of
no general interest, albeit some of them
were of considerable private import. It is
probable that the criminal docket will be
readied some time during the second week
of the court. There are some interesting
cases on this docket.
“But then I sigh, and with a piece of scripture,
Tell them—the God bids U9 do good for evil:
And thus I clothe my naked villany
With old odd ends, stolen forth of Holy Writ;
And seem a saint, when most I play the Devil.”
Of all detestable characters, that of the
Hypocrite, who “steales the livery of Hea
ven to serve the Devil in,” is first and fore
most, 1n the opinion of all honest men. He
pretends to that which he is not. He joins
some popular branch of the Christian
Church and affects holy horror at the wick
edness of his neighbors who are not in the
same pale of formality with himself, while
his heart is full of bitterness and all un
charitableness. He turns up his sanctimo
nious phiz iu the Sabbath-day conventicle
and declares his purpose to lead a more
holy and righteous life, and the next day
brings a “railing accusation” against his
neighbor, while he professes to De in “har
mony” and peace with all that live near
Correction.—General Spinner, Treasur
er of the United States, in a report to the
Secretary of the Treasury says:
“The stories which have been so indus
triously circulated in regard to the abstrac
tion or over issue of stocks, notes, coupons
and currency, or of any other obligation
of the Government, are entirely without
foundation, in truth or in fact.”
HTGEORGIA STATE LOTTERY—
Fob the Benefit of the
MASONIC ORPHANS* HOME
Combination Class, No. 96.
The following were the Drawbf Nos., Oct 12th,
octll—It BOYD, WILSON A GO., Managon.
WUNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legal advertisements emanating from the Office of
the Ordinary of Heard county, Georgia, will be
published in the Atlanta Opinion.
W. H. C. PACK, Ordinary.
Franklin, Ga., 8ept. 37,1867. octl-w4t
BTFROM AND AFTER THIS DATE
my legal advertisements will be found In the At
lanta Opinion. D. D. DOYAL,
Sheriff Spalding county, Ga.
Griffin, Ga., September 36,1867—wit
tar GRACEFUL POSITIONS, ELE
GANT and Clear Pictures, at reasonable prices,
are one of the characteristics >nd specialties at
KUHN’S CELEBRATED GALLERY, 290 White
hall, near Alabama 6treet. Fourteen years ex
perience justifies us in saying that our PICTURES
are equal to the best made in the United States.
gy UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legal advertisements emanating from the Ordin
ary’s Office of Dade county, Georgia, will hereaf
ter be published in the Georgia Weekly Opinion,
JOE. C. SUTTON, Ordinary.
Trenton, Ga., October 4,1867. octS—w4t
tyUNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legal advertisements emanating from the Offiee of
the Ordinary of Bibb county, Georgia, will be
published in the Atlanta Opinion.
W. M. RILEY, Ordinary.
Macon, Ga„ October 1, 1867—w4t
ty UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legal advertisements emanating from the offices of
Ordinary and Sheriff of Jasper county, Georgia,
will be published in the Atlanta Opinion.
M. H. HUTCHISON, Ordinary
BERRY DIGBY, Sheriff.
Monticello, Ga.. September 25, 1867—w4t
jy UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legal advertisements emanating from the office of
Ordinary of Buldwin county, Georgia, will be
published in the Atlanta Opinion.
JOHN HAMMOND, Ordinary.
Milledgevillc, Ga., Sept. 28, 1867—w4t
ly UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE
legel advertisements emanating from the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of Bartow county,
Georgia, will be published in the Georgia Weekly
Opinion. THOS. A. WORD,
Clerk Bartow Superior Court.
Cartersville, September 20,1867—w4t
OCTOBER 9th, 1867.
STAPLE AM) FANCY GROCERIES.
JOHN R, B0STWI0K,
Cranlte Block, Broad street.
FALL STOCK NOW OPEN
To the Trade Only.
he largest stock of Groceries ever
offered in this section, at prices that will
result in certain sale; to your interest to
call before you purchase at Nos. 1 and 2
30 hhds. Cuba and Porto Rico,
35Q barrels Relined and Raw,
25 barrels Cut Loaf^
100 loafs White, in paper.
Call before you purchase your Sugars.
300 bags Rio at great bargains.
70 bags Mocha, Java, Native Ceylon,
Maracaibo and Laguyra.
This line of Coffees is well worth the at
tention Of CLOSB BUYERS AND HEAVY
40 chests and half chests Black and
70 quarters and caddies Black and
Molasses and Syrup.
125 barrels Molasses, New Orleans to
50 barrels Refined Syrup.
100 boxes Plain,
75 boxes Fancy,
20 boxes Rock.
Fruit and Vegetables in Cans and
200 cases canned Vegetables and Fruit,
50 cases glass Vegetables and Fruit.
Tobacco, Segars and Snuff.
100 boxes Manufactured Tobacco,
75000 Segars, various brands..
2000 pounds best Macaboy Snuff,
10 barrels Smoking Tobacco in bulk,
5 cases in bales, from Good to Prime.
Shot and Caps.
250 bags Drop and Buck Shot,
750 M. G. D. Caps,
250 M. Water Proof and Musket Caps.
Paper and Paper Bags.
500 reams Wrapping Paper,
200 M. Paper Bags.
25 Plain Cheese,
50 Goshen and E. D. Cheese.
BACON, FLOUR, LARD, VINEGAR,
And any kind of goods found in a heavy
and complete stock of Groceries. This
stock I offer at NEW YORK or BALTI
MORE PRICES, charges added, far CASH,
at wholesale only.
J. R. BOSTWICK.
ty NOTICE.—UNTIL FURTHER No
tice all the legal advertisements from the Sheriff’s
Office of Henry county, Ga., will be .published in
the Atlanta Opinion.
B. H. HIGHTOWER, Sheriff.
McDonough, Ga., Sept. 16,1867. sepl9-w4t
POST OFFICE, ATLANTA, GA.,
October 2,1867.—From and after this date, until
further notice, this office will be opened and closed
Open at 8 o’clock, A a
Close at 12.80 o’clock, p a
Open at o’clock, r a
Close at 6 o’clock, p a
Open at 8 o’clock, A a
Close at.. 10 o’clock, A M
Open at 5 o’clock, p a
Close at 6.30 o’clock,^p“m
oct3—dtf THOS. G. SIMMS, P. M.
Seizure of Spirits.—The- Revenue au
thorities on yesterday seized upon a small
quantity of whisky at the store of Messrs.
Loftis A Jett, on Marietta street, near the
junction of Walton. We understand that
propositions for a compromise were reject
ed by the officers, and the parties required
to give bond for their appearance to an
swer for the illicit transaction.
Sickness in Columbus.—The Sun and
Times, of the 10th, says:
The coolness of the past two or three
days was succeeded, yesterday, by a tem
perature of much warmth and oppressive
ness. We hear of not a few cases of sick
ness in almost every quarter of the city,
though it is not serious.
Store House and Dwelling
» With a view to return to Tennessee, I offer
for sale my SIORE HOUSE AND LOT, on
Peachtree street. 3l»v 100 feet—well built
01 urick ami covered with Tiu; will also sell the
DW ELLING in which I live, on Peachtree street,
considered by manv the most desirable in many
respects to anv in the citv.
October 6, 1&67-
JOS. L. KENG.
Frost.—A slight frost was perceptible in
the outskirts of the city yesterday morn
ing. We understand that it was very de
finitely visible in the neighborhood of De
Lad DCS in want of Hats or Bonnets would
do well to call at MRS. KNOX’S Millinery and
Trimming Establishment. She also keeps a splen
did stork of Trimmings and Fancy Goods,
t"Soaks, Ac. And is constantly receiving flesh
supplies. MRS. KNOX,
Whitehall st.. four doors from Alabama 6t.
son.tenser for sale by
Cotton Gin and
P. W. J. Echols.
GEORGIA, Fayettr county.
R ACHEL NEAL, in proper form, applies to me
lor letters of administration on the estate ot
Francis Carson, deceased, late of said county:
This_ is, therefore, to cite all and singular
the kindred and creditors of said deceased
to be and appear at my office within the
time allowed by law, amd show cause, if any they
can, why said letters should not be granted to the
Witness my hand and official signature, this
7th day of October, 1867.
EDWARD CONNOR, Ordinary-
octlw30d Printer’s fee $3
GEORGIA, Baldwin county.
Z ACUARIAH BROOKINS has made applica
tion to me for letters of administration on the
Brown, late of said county,
e.tate of Elizabeth
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
persons adversely concern- d to file their objec-
tions on or before th-first Monday in December
Given under my official signature, this Octo
JOHN HAMMOND, Ordinary.
Printer’s fee $3
C^"MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING
SYRUP, FOR children teethino, greatly facili-'
tates the process of teething, by softening the
gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay All
Pain and spasmodic action, and is and is sure
to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it,
mothers, it wiilgive rest to your selves, and RE
LIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold this article for years,
and Can Say in Confidence and Truth of it
what we have never been able to say of any other
medicine—Never has it Failed in a Single In
stance to Effect a Cure, when timely used.—
Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction
by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are
delighted with its operatian, and speak in terms
of commendation of its matical effects and medi
cal virtues. We speak in this matter “WHAT
WE DO KNOW,” after years of experience, and
Pledge our Reputation for the fulfilment of
what we here declare. Iu almost every in
stance where the infant is suffering from pain
and exhanstation, relief will be found in fifteen
or twenty minutes after the syrup is adminis
Full directions for using will accompany each
Be sure and call for “Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth
ing Sybitp,” having the fac-simile of “CURTIS &
PERKINS” on the out-side wrapper. All others
are base imitations.
Sold |p%ruggists throughout the world.
PRKI& ONLY 35 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
OFFICES—315 Fulton street, New York; 260
High Holboru, London, England; 441 St. Pan
street, Montreal, Canada.
The people can trade at the best advantage is of
Interest to all, but in calling attention to our
house, we shall not say at this time that we
keep the “largest stock,” “best goods,” at won-
drously LOW PRICES, etc., pre/ering that
visit our 6tore, which you certainly ought to do,
and if you
we will guarantee that you will not [regret it.
own interest demands a trial of our
BOOTS AND SHOES?
of which we have a supply sufficient for ALL, and
sixes, styles and quality, good enough lor any
Leather and Shoe Findings.
The trade jof Country Merchants is especially
160 cases New Goods jnst in.
Our Motto— Quick Solti amd BmaU PnpUS for
Remember the Sign and the Place)
L T. BANKS,
Corner Whitehall and Hunter streets.
18 6 7.
A. K. SEAGO,
Offers for Sate:
Office Depot & Disbursing Quartermaster,
Atlanta, Ga., October 7th. 1867.
S EALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
Office, until 12 M., MONDAY, October 14th,
1867, for furnishing the Quartermaster’s Depart
In such quantities as may be required from
time to time from date of contract until 30th
The Coal to be “Lump” or ‘ Egg” Coal, free from
dirt, and to be delivered in such quantities and at
such places within the city limits as the Quarter
master may direct.
The amount required will probably not exceed
Twenty (20) Tons.
Proposals must state the price per ton of 2240
Bids must be in triplicate, with a copy of this
advertisement attached to each, and bear the
endorsement of two responsible persons who
are willing to become surety for the bidder in the
event of the contract being awarded to him.
Proposals not complying with the requirements
of tnis advertisement will be rejected.
Bidders are invited to be present or represented
at the opening of the bids.
The Government reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
Proposals should be addressed to the under
signed and endorsed on the envelope, “Proposals
for the delivery of Coal.”
Bv order of Brev. Brig. Gen. R. Saxton, Chief
Q. Si. H. J. FARNSWORTH,
1st Lieut. 34th Infantry, A. A. Q. M.,
oct8—d6t In charge of Depot.
ranted. Liberal terms are offered to ci*y and
country merchants and planters.
ROPE | ROPE!.
K/Y/Y COILS and half coils in store and to ar
tlUfLF rive, of Richardson’s Greenleaf, bein
the only genuine, original Greenleaf in use.
BAGGING AND GUNNY RAGS.
OAbales Heavy India Bagging
AAj 2,000 Gunny Bags, much used for baleing
600 pounds Baleing Twine.
60)000 Iks. Baugh 6c Sons Raw Bone
TJEING one of the best Fertilizers new in use.
1) Price, $70 per ton.
Thirty Tons Reynolds & 'Sons’
W E have the strongest guarantees as to the In
trinsic value of tnis new manure. Price, $SJ
per ton. Send for circulars.
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS
I N any quantity—Red Clover, Herd’s Grass.
Blue Grass, Hungarian .Grass, Orchard
1000 bags Family Flour now In store.
O/l OO bags Virginia Salt, in fine seamless
bags, at manufacturer’s prices.
A A AAA pounds Clear Sides, Clear Rib Sides
and Shoulders of the best quality.
£000pounds superior Hams, warranted.
g0 barrels and kegs Pure Leaf Lard.
CEMENT AND PLASTER.
0Q barrels in store and for sale.
IO hhds. Cuba Molasses and 5 barrels do.
SUGAR AND COFFEE.
Ajfh bags Rio Coffee,
60 barrels Sugar—various grades.
STARCH AND SOAP.
-gfkYk boxes Pearl Star h
AvAr 100 boxes Soup.
SHOT AND FACTORY \ *«N.
GWINNETT SHERIFF SALES.
•o'dboftwe the Court House dooi Iu
the town of Lawrcnceville, Gwinnett coie.
eorgia, dnring the legal hours of sale, on »*—
(.it.™ 1 "'*'
One hundred and twenty acres of land, the
same being the north half of lot No
Jones 3700 acres survey)—and a Lotni'n* i.- iTD
6 B. Davis, the Elllsih estite, I» r H
man, and the estate or Henry p. Thomis ail
ceased. Levied on as the property of the defmwi
ants. Ellen E. and W ScottVomhS,^««u*£2fc
executrix, to satisfy costs on three A fas Is*ue4
gogthe Superior Court of said county v» Ellen
K. Thomas and W. Scott Thomas, exe.-utrixij?2
executor of H. P. Themas, decca-^t Ywolnf^
of Adam Pool; one in favor of B. E. Strict!and.™
Also, four fl. Iks, issued from the County court
of said county, vs. Ellen E. Thomas and W
Thomas executrix and executor, as afbresaiA aa!5
one in favor of Mathew 8trickUnd; osMsiaVSf
of E. D. Summon, w. B. Smith and T W AtJ? r
ander, survivors, Ac.: one la favor of N 1"
Hutchins, Jr., executor of John P. Hutchins «£»*
cease-1; and one in favor of Hyatt, McBurnevA
Co., for the use or D. W. Spence r *
Also, to satisfy costs on five fl. fas m W v—*.
Thomas, three of which were issned from sjm
Superior Court of said county to-wit: one in IBt-
' J. L. Camp vs. W. Soott Thomas and twot.
>f Nancy £ Camp vs. W.ScoUT^mJ^J
111 awl fivun thn l Vn*. * w f— * . * *
favor of _ r
two issued from the County Court of saiiFmulsw
ltd w t v r h : ss* ln f »™ *?imc* .
ard W. Martin vs. W. Scott Thomas and a
favor of W. B. Smith vs. W. Scott Tbomae
Also, to satisfy ooste on one fl. fa. issued from
*7. »» favor of
Thomas and Ellen
— v ~ WOW VU vuc U. I a.
Thom£ m “’ Property P°‘«“®** o«» *» • jscou
Also, at the same time and place, ont bay bo»v
mule, six years old. Levied on as tbe property of
Court of said oounty, in faroroft^state
use of the officers ofcourt vs. Jaame
Property pointed ont by defendant. * w,w *-
Alao, at the same tine and place, one hundred
and fifteen acres of land, in thesEmh dtetriet/o*
of said county, adjoining lands of James w
Simmons,KenanT.TsSrell «S»d BonawmiSJt.
in, and lying one mile east of LawreaoeviUm—.*
a Levied on as tbepropertr of Jesse Lows, to ~nt|
costs on two fl. Iks. issued from the Sa Dartre
art of said county, to-wit: one in lavor of CfwSl
D. Summon, Thom Si W. AtoSiL?AlSfw£
liame, John M. Wilson, et.al.ve. Jeeee Low*, n*
one in favor of Stephan Stanford re. William J
Russell, Jeeee Lowe, John Bants to a lj.miL
Brown et aL v*. Je2e Low*.
ont by one of tbe defendants, Jess* Low*.
^ one hundred
■vuwwue, eaaava vu WUICU UrJUUURllk JOTJIIFf 1 T PM.
sided, and the same heretofore ler ied on by virtue
of the attachment on which this fl. fa is predica-
ted, to satisfo one attachment fl. fa. in favor *f
William H. Hardman vs. Manly M. Jackson (fo-
the purchase money of said land) issued from and
returnable to the County Court of said com-
ty. September 80th, 1867.
„ , WM.J. BORN, Sheriff Gwinnett e*.
octfl-wtds Printer’s fee >171801
SPALDING SHERIFF SALES.
O N THE FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER
n « xt . will be sold before the Court House
door, Spalding county, between the usual hour* ef
sale, the following property, to-wit: C
One house and lot, situated on the corner ef
Solomon and Eighth streets and east and north,
bounded on south by Vaahoo* lot, on west by val
cant lot, containing one half acre, more or less.
Levied on as the property or W. H. Hancock to
satisfy fifty-three (53) fl. fhs. issued from Justicea-
Court of tne 1001st district, G. M., in favor o
Phillips, Giles A Co., vs7WmTlL fiM
Property pointed out by W. R. Phillips Lew
made and returned to me by R. L. Hobbs Consta
Also, at tho same time and place, will be sold
two large fine mules, one a mouse color and tha*
other a bright bay. Levied on as the property ef
B. G. Foster, to satisfy one fl. fa. ftom Spalding
Superior Court, in iavor of G. J. Drake v«E V?
Foster. Property pointed out by G. J. Drake.'
Also, at the same time and place, will be sold
all that lot, tract or parrel of land situated lying
and being in tbe county of S|.;»|.li D p «ud knows
and distinguished as the dwelling lot in the citv
of Griffin, whereon said C. K Newton resides
lying immediately between H. I*. Hill and Mrs’
Bridges, on the east side of Hill street contain
ing four acres square or four hundred and twmtv
feet each wav Ain tSe -i-dir-.t-d «. .»«■ —*
MARRIAGE and celibacy,
and the happiness of true manhood.—An
Essay for Young Men on the Crime of Solitude
and the Physiological Errors, Abuses and D
eases which create impediments to MARRIAGE,
with sure means of Relief. Sent in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKIL-
LIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila
delphia, Ta. sep36—d3m
S. S. KENDRICK & CO.,
EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS,
MATS, CURTAINS, CORNICES,
Shades, Cords, Loops, Tassels, &c.,
Whitehall street Atlanta, Ga.,
Announce the arrival of a large and elegant stock,
BOUGHT SINCE THE RECENT DECLINE,
In addition to elegant novelties in
Brussels and 3-Plys,
They Invite Special Attention to their
LOW PRICE CARPETS.
Choice, durable goods at 50,75 and $1.00 per yard.
Orders from a distance solicited and carefully
executed. S. 8. KENDRICK A CO.,
octll—dtlstjan Atlanta, Ga
A Good Investment.
.A.. IKI. SEAGO,
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
BAUGH & SONS
Raw Bone Super-Phosphate,
Dear Sib—I am well pleased with my success
in the use of the RAW BONE I bought of you
last spring. I used it on Corn and Peas, and also
on my vegetable Garden. I realized a handsome
profit on the first crop. I desire to use it on all
crops in the future.
oct8—dim Fulton County, Georgia.
50 bags Shot.
20 bales Factory Yarn.
Also, Tobacco, Segar-
Barley, Hay, Ac.
A. K. S
Grocer aud Comini'M..-
New Fire-Proof Hui!-L
Corner ►orsytli and
Oil IMl ■ f
All the ttltot
u* * 11 lb. "j
property ofC. •* V«*w
Veit; louden u ib«
satisfy one ft. fa. from
favor of James L.
& C. L. Varner, a no
utts Superior Court,
Maddox vs. Edward ,v. _
W. H. C. Meckelberrv and C. F. Newton
erty pointed out by J. 8. Boynton.
Also, at the same time and place, will N- .ole
one roane horse and one pheaton carriage ’
Levied on as the property of A. T. Brown la
satisfy one fl. fa. from Spalding Superior Court tn
favor or Amos A Allen vs. A. T. Brown. Property
pointed out by plaintiff, A. D. Nunnally.
Also at the same time and place, one hiuse and
lot Nos. 28 and 83. in the city of Griffin, square
eight (8), containing two (2) acres, more or lere.
and known as the Tate residence of A B. MaS-
thews, and now occupied by Mrs. Sprotlin.—
Levied on as the property of A B. Matthews to
satisty one fl. fa. in favor of J. W. Corbin. Prop
erty pointed out by J. W Corbin.
Also, at the same time and place, will be sold
the following named lands: One lot No. forty (48.
in sqnare eleven (11); and lot No. forty-oue (41) In
square ten (10), all in the citv of Griffin. Ail
levied on as the p-operty of A. B. Matte**, to sat
isfy a fl. fa. from Spalding Inferior Court, and
other fl. fas.
D. D. DOYAL, Sheriff.
September 26 1867—wtd« 1 fr*. *is ^
SPECIAL BAILIFF SALES.
W ILL be sold before the Court House door In
thecitv of Atlanta, on tbe first Tuesday in
November, 1867, between the lawful hours *bf
sale, the following property, to-wit: "
J. R. Mayson’s interest in a two story brick
>use. part of which is now occupied by Silrey *
Dougherty as a store, situated between Decatur
apd Line streets, in the city of Atlanta, and ad-
ininin rr u Inf <u 4 — \l T YV»11 >1.a ____ _ 1 :
: I tllta.
STOVE WA3E HOUSE.
Now is the time to Purchase a Good
Stove, without Risky
AND AT REDUCED PRICES.
I beg to inform the c itizens of At- x
lanta. and surrounding country, tbat^.^J
I have on hand a good assortment ut'creV
BAKING and v-OOKING S fuVES.^S?
which I will warrant. Any Stoves purchased of
me and cracking during the first month will be re
paired tree of charge. All Stoves purchased else
where that do not Bake or Cook repaired. All
kinds of Stoves repaired. Old Stoves taken in ex
I also constantly keep on hand a good supply o.'
Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Planished Ware,
fin Ware. Tin and Sheet Iron, Lamps, Ac., at
Whole-ale and Retail. Tin Ware, Rooting and
Guttering and all kinds of work done in that line
done a' snort notice The BEST KERgSENE OIL
constantly kept on hand.
fl^-Grates put up and warranted.
L. Mill VLOVITCH,
Sign of Gilt Key,
Whitehall, near Mitchell street,
oct3—d3m Atlanta, Ga.
SALE UNDER DISTRESS WARRANT.
W ILL be sold before tbe Court House door, in
the city of Greensboro, Greene oounty. Ga.,
on the first Tuesday in November next, between
the legal hours of sale, the following property,
One bedstead, m attress and pillows; one cooking
stove and fixtures; one pair Fairbanks patent
platform scales; one pair counter scales; nine
chairs; two coats: one chest; also one lot of bar
room fixtures. Levied on as the property of
James T. Scott, to satisfy one distress warrant in
favor ef John E. Jackson against James T. Scott.
Property pointed ont by James W. Winfield,
Agent. October S, 1867.
jonx C. PALMER,
Special Bailiiff Greene County.
oct3—w4w [Printer’s fee $2.60]
Cement for Sale.
QYk BARRELS ROSENDALK’S cclc-
OY-T brated CEMENT ju*t received.
fresh rrom the manufacturer Abo, thirty
barrels Plaster of Paris, for >a cChea'peh than
EARNEST A SPRV< El.EV,
Corner of Broad and Walton -tivt-ts.
oct8—dlw* Atlanta, Ga.
joining a lot 01 G. W. Collier, the same being on*
fourth interest in said building till tbe first of
January, 1870. Levied on as the property of J U
Mavson. to satisfy a fl. fa. issued from the County
Court of Fulton County, in favor of J. M.C- Reid
Property |«>inted out by defendant. This M
day of October, 1 ‘-67.
\lso, at the same time arid place, J. M. Nelson *
•it<-i<*st in th:! following named property; a«in-
' »ry wooden building on Mitchell Street, in
■ ”1 Atlanta, on the Durham Jot, known a»
a; No. 77, in the 14th district of I niton,
. dlv Ilenrv, said interest being a right to
■" ut”ve the house off the lot after paying all tba
rent due the plaiutiff. Levied on a, the proj»ertT
oi J. M. Nelson, to satisfy an attachment for rent,
issued from the County Court of Fulton County,
in favor of Wm. Durham. Property pointed out
by plaintiff. This Octobes 5th. 1867*
Also, at the same time and place, a single
story wood house and lot. the lot containing one-
eighth of an acre, more nr less, and adjoining Mr*.
Kelley's lot on the east, and Mrs. Wood’s un ths
west, and fronting south on Fair street, in the
city of Atlanta and county of Fulton. Levied on
as the property of A. Hilton, to satisfy a fi fa. 1*-
sued from the County Court of Fulton county, is
favor or M L. Pinson. Propcrtv iminted out by
plaintiff. This 5th of October, 1867.
Also, at the suuie time and place, two burean*.
Levied on as the property of P. Mctn.lly. te
satisfy a distress warrant issued from the Countv
Court of Fulton county, in favor of Mrs. Janis
Frank. This 5th day of October, 18G7.
WM. II. HOLCOMBE. Special Bailiff.
octG—wtds Printer's fee $10.
FORSYTH SHERIFF'S SALE.
W ILL be sold before the Court House >loor. te
the town of Camming, Forsyth county, G» ,
on the first Tuesday in November next, within th*
legal hours of sale, tbe following property, to-wit:
One house and lot in tho town of c'ummitur,
known as the Mullins place, on the east side of tba
Public Square, between the Globe Hotel and Har
ris’ corner, with a good dwelling and store room,
and one lot containing one acre, more or less, ad
joining lot of G. W. I’oss and Pre-bvterian Grave
yard and known as the Mullius Stable lot. Levied
on as the property of James C. Fincher, to satisfy
three Justices’Court fl fas. issued from the 87»th
District, G. M in tavor or Thomas Rowland,
administrator or H. II. Crane, deceased, vs James
CL Fincher, maker, and S. G. Fincher Jesse C.
Fincher and William Fincher, securities. Prop
erty pointed out by plaintiff. Levy made and re
turned to me by D. M. Pruett, L. C.
Also, at the same time and place, will bo sold
lot of land No. 886 in the fourteenth district and
first section of said county. Levied on as the
property of Jas. P. Jenkins, to satisfy a fl. fa.
issued trom a Justices’ Court of said county, in
favor of R. B McClure vs. said Jenkius, and con
trolled by A. J. Taylor. ProiKMty pointed ont hy
saiti Taylor. Levy made ami freturned to me by
Wm. Bennett, L. C.
J. A. SIMS. Depute Sheriff
September 25,1867. [Prs foe $51 senK—wM*
GEORGIA. Gwinnett county.
T WO MONTHS after date application will be
wade to tho • our* ot Ordinary of Gwinnett
county, Georgia for leave tosell the real estate of
Alexander Ilall. late of said countv. deceased.
JOHN O. PERRY. Vdtu’r
Septe nl>erS.) t«67—w2m fPrs feef i 1