Fill ton Slicriffs Sales.
TIT ILL be sold before the Court House door.
\V in the city of Atlanta, on the first Tuesday
ia July next, within the legal hours of pale,
the following property to wit :
One lot. in the city cf Atlanta, number not
known, containing half an acre, more or Ins?,
with a good cottage dwelling house, and all oth
er necessary improvements thereon ; situate on
the Hast side of Peach-Tree street, and bounded
North by an alley, and South by A. Alexander's
lot, and now occupied by Mr. Gilbert as a resi
denee. I.cried on as the property of llichard
Or me to satisfy a ft fa, issued Lom Fulton Su
perior Court in favor of Joseph Winship vs Rich
ard Orme. Property pointed out by Plaintiff s
Also, one house and lot, in the City of Atlanta,
number not known, containing half an acre,
more or less, situate on the corner of Hunter aid
Collins streets, and bounded North by James M.
Calhoun's lot, South by Hunter Street, and East
byCollinß street. Levied on as the property of
Frederick Krogg to satisfy a fi fa issued from
DeKalb Inferior Court in favor of C. H. Strong
& Cos. vs. Frederick Krogg.
Also, one lot in the city of Atlanta, number
not known, being a part of land lot, number fifty
one, in block number one hundred and twenty
seven, adjoining lots of S. B. Hoyt. Also, three
acres of land, in the city of Atlanta, number not
known, adjoining Thomas Kilo and others, being
a part of laud lot, number fifty-one, in the four
teenth district of originally Henry, now Fulton
county. Levied on as the property of James 11.
Evans to satisfy two fi fas issued from the Justi
ce's Court of the 1026th district, G. M., Win. H.
Ferguson vs James R. E\ ans. Levy returned by
W. Lanier. Bailiff.
Also, the defendant's'"interest in one small lot,
in the city of Atlanta, number nut known, with
a Store house thereon, situate on the South side
of Alabama street, adjoining lots of Z. A. Rice
and L. P. Grant, and now occupied by George:
Johnson a= a grocery. Lcvid on as the proper
ty of Michael McSheftery to satisfy two li fas is
sued from the Justice’s Court of th • 1026th dis
trict. G. M., Sim on Frank ford vs Michael Mc
ftheff ry. Levy returned by Thos. Al. Evans,
Also, the large and ppb ndid stocks of Books,
almo't every kind and and script!' n. from a Bible
to aSp Ring Book. Also, a largo assortment of
Cap, Letter, Wrapping a;d Piint ng Paper. Ii
short every thing in ti e way of Stationery. Al
so, Jewelry, and a good assortment of fancy ar
ticle.-:, an numerous other tirlieh s, such as is
usualiy 1:- ] *l in a l’ock Store. Also, six hand
Print I Presses, a; id one Power Press. Type.
Cuts, end Furniture belonging to the office,
known as tin* *• Examiner Office.” Also, the
Bindery and Ruling Machine with all the Tools
belonging to them. All levied on as the proper
ty of'Win. Kay to satisfy a li fa, issued fr m
Fulton Superior Court, in favor of the Pioneer
Paper Manufacturing Company vs Win. Kay.
There are also, otucr fi fas in my hands not levied.
Also, half an acre of land, more: or less, situ
ate in the North-Ea t coiner of city lot, number
one hundred and forty-nine: and also in the
North-East corner of land lot number fifty-one
in the fourteenth district of originally Henry,
now Fulton county. Levied on as the property
of W. L. McMillan to sati-fy three li fas issued
from the Justice's Court of the 1026th district,
G. M., Willis Carlisle vs W. L. McMillan. Levy
returned by W. P. Lanier, Bailiff.
Also, one Bugg~\ and one Sulkey. Levied on
as the properly of James F. Leonard, to satisfy
two fi fas, issued from the Inferior Court of Ful
ton county, and one from th Superior Court of
Fulton couhty ; W. W. Woodruff, D. G. Ware
and John T. Cook vs James F. Leonard. Prop
erty pointed out by plaintiff's attorney.
Also, two Gold Watches—one a double case
lever, and the other a detached lever—levied on
as the properly of Hiram T. Jones, to satisfy a
fi. fa. issued from Morgan Superior Court, in favor
v. v* Cflnrgft C. Tavlor. and
Hiram T. Jones. Property pointed out by Jones.
May ■»'>. W. *U4UUC.LI. lr.SLe.viff.
Fulton Sheriffs Sales.
•M7TLL be sold on the first Tuesday in July
H next, before the Court House door iu
the City of Atlanta. Fulton County, within the
legal hours of sale, the following property, to
A tract of land, situate in the city of Atlanta,
Fulton county, containing t\ o and a half acres,
xaoic or less, being a part cf Block number nine
teen, known as the Boring Block, and is bounded
on the West by land formerly owned by R. Pi
Man gum, on the North by Bridge street, on the
West by Thompson street, and on the South by
city lot number twenty, formerly owned by John
Tiller. Levied on as the property of J ames Rob
inson to satisfy a Mortgage fi fa issued from Ful
ton Superior Court in favor of John 0. Whit • vs
Janies Robinson. Property pointed out in said
Also, a negro man by the name of Mala Vi,
seventy years of age. Levied on as the proper
ty of William J. Darby to satisfy a li fa issued
from the Justice's Court of the 1026th district
G. M.. in favor el G. W. IT. Murrell vs Win. J.
Darby. Levy made and returned by a constable.
Also, a Rockaway, or Family Carriage, and
Harness. Levied on as the property of Allison
Nelson to satisfy sundry 11 fas issued from Fulton
Inferior Court, in favor of Morgan. Kirkpatrick
A Cos., W. W. Roark, Clarke & Grubb, and others;
all against said A. Nelson.
Also, a negro woman, by the name of Silvcy,
about sixty years old. Levied on as the prop
erty of Martha Williams to satisfy a li fa, issued
from Fulton Superior Court, in favor of James
B. Lofton vs Rachel Roberson, Martha Williams
and William B. Chapman.
Also, the city lot cf land, now in the posses
sion of the defendant, in the South-Eastern part
of the city of Atlanta, bounded on the East by
McDonough Street, and gii the north by the lands
of Thomas M. Donald, containing one half acre,
more or less, with a good framed dwelling house
and other improvements thereon. Levied on as
the property ol William B. Hardman to satisfy a
fi fa. issued from Fulton Superior Court, in lavor
of J. Hornsby vs Wm. B. Hardman.
Also, the defendant's interest in city lot ol
land No. 3, in the subdivision of a nine acre lot ol
land purchased by Jacob M. Johnson of It. E.
Oslin, bounded on the South by F. Sower’s resi
dence. North by N. Th Gardners lot, East by
Collins Street, and West by E. B. Reynold's lot.
conta'ning one acre, move or less—said inter
est being the undivided half of lot. Levied on
as the property of Janus F. Walker to satisfy a
fi fa, issued from Fulton Superior Court, in favor
of Gilbert & Wilson vs Jam sF. Walker. Prop
erty pointed out by J. M. Johnso i.
May 31, 1806 T. J. PERKEItSO.N. Sh'ff.
Fulton Mortgage Sale.
TX7II.L b? ftoM bolero the Court House door in tbe city
VY of Atlanta, on the first Tuesday in July rest, be
tween the lc.jal hours o& wile, tlie following property to
One lot. in the city of Atlanta, with a two story dwell
in* p.r. l other improvements thereon known, in the plan oi
Jn.n l lot*number fifty-one in* the fourteenth district of or
igiu&Tlv Ilenrv. now Fulton county, which lot fronts on Ivy
Street.”: vA contain? half an acre, more or less. Levied or,
as the''property of Patter*m M. Hedge to satisfy a Mort
p-atro fi fa iVujod from Fulton Superior Court, in favor of
Meredith ('< -llier rs Patterson M. ilodge. Property pointed
cut in titid Mortgage li fa.
JO. S. SMITH, Deputy Sheriff.
May 3. 1836.
BILE TO PERFECT SEBTffE.
Mahoabkt I’kbdve, 1 Libel for Divorce in De-
Andjusw ,1. PEisnn:. I Kali Superior Court.
Relumed to October Term. 1555.
XT appearing tr> the Court fr6m the return of;
the Sheriff that the Defendant Andrew J.:
Perdue is not n the Csnaty of DeKalb, it is on!
motion ordered by the Court, that the Defeudent
<io opperr.at the next Term of this Superior
I Trait, and thht serried btf perfected >\v the pub
lication of this Bills in one of the public Ga-j
Kctte* of this State, once a month for four
months, C. MURPIIY. Att’,. per liVt. 1
GEOIUiI A, Fulton County.—Where j
as, Joseph Mftrec'-.r.l this day applies to mo for.
Letters w Guardianship to the Orphans of Lew-1
is H. Dadeti late of said county, deceased.
Tbc-o are therefore to e-tc and admorish ail
singular the Kindred and all other? concerned
to be and appear at my office within the time!
prescribed bv law. to show oau?e if any they
have, why said Letters shall not be granted the j
applicant ... !
Given under my hand, officially, at Office, til's!
26th day of May, 1858.
my3o lm. JO?. H. MEAD, Ordinary.
ADM INI ST R A TOR’S S A LE.
\ VTILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June
▼ t next, "before the Court House door, in
Clarkesville, Habersham county, within the legal
hours of sale, lot of land belonging to the estate
of Jumes Wilson. late of Upson county, deceased
and agreeable to an order of the Court of Ordi
nary, for said county, to wit: Lot number eighty
two, in the tenth district of Habersham county,
containing two hundred and fifty acres, more or
less. .Sold for the benefit of the heirs and credit
ors of said deceased. Terms of sale on the day.
jxo. Carlton, Adm’r.,
April 25—J3d. With Will annexed.
Admiuistiafor’s Postponed Sale.
TXTTLLbe sold on the first Tuesday in July
V V next, before the Court House door in Pauld
ing county, within the legal hours of sale the
following property to-wit:
Lot of land, number eight hundred and eighty
one. in the second district and third section of or
iginally Cherokee, now Paulding county, con
taining 40 acres more or less.
Also, will b* sold on the same day, in Polk
county, and before the Court House door in said
county within the usual hours of sale, lot of land
number six hundred and sixteen in the second
district and fourth section originally Cherokee
now Polk county. Sold as the property of James
Wilson, late of Upson county, deceased. The
above land sold for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said Jarnes Wilson, deceased, and
under an order of the Court of Ordinary of Up
son county. Terms of Sale on the day. This
May 20th', 1856. JOHN CARLTON, Adm’r,
With Will annexed.
I GEORGIA, Fulton County.-
Whereas, John Lynch applies to me for
letters of Administration on the ettate of Mi
chael McSheffrey, late of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular, the kindred and creditors of said de-
to te and appear at my office, within the
Lime prescribed by law. and show cause, if any
they have, why said letters should not be grant
ed the applicant.
Given under my hand officially at office, this
a Ist day of May 1856.
my 23 * JOS. H. MEAD, Ordinary.
A »»I INISTR A TOR’S S A LE !
A GItEEABLY to an order of the Honorable
the Court of Ordinary of Fulton County,
will be sold before the Court House door, in the
city of Atlanta, oti the fu st Tuesday in July next
" two a th? usual hours of sale, cue city
Lot in -d City, number sixteen, ia the plan
of sad city :>• ’: • part of land iot number fifty
thr-.» , ill' i'a ; tilth • I strict of origiually; Hen
ry. now FuUc'r. ; nty. containing ode acre, more
>r 1 • old '« ii las follows : East by Fraser
Alley ; South 1 y bdir.'s Ali v • West by city lot
lumber 15, and North by c ty lot number il.—
Sold as i!i ■ propi rty of the Estate of Thomas J.
Gill and George IV. Gill, lat of Chester District.
S. C.. for the benefit of the Heirs and Creditors ot
Terms made known on day of sale.
STEPHEN TERRY, AdnTr.
Georgia, Fuitou county.—At
the December Term next of the Court of
Ordinary of said ?onnty, James T. Peacock and
Avey Peacock. Adm’r. and Adni'rx, on the Es
tate of Lewis Peacock, late of said county, de
ceased, will apply for Letters of Dismission from
Bv order of Court. May 9th, 1856.
JOSEPH 11. MEAD, Ordinary.
May 16, —Cm.
New Orleans Molasses— •(JVew&rop )
f 111 IE first received and for sale bv
1 dec 5-d*w J. NORCROSS.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT, Calcined, and Sand
Plaster. (For sale by J. NORCROSS.
December 7 10 ts
Cabin Passage from Charleston to N. York.
(S'2s) Twenty-five Dollars.
U. S. XfIML LINE.
TANARUS, & Charles!on Steam Packets through in
48 to 53 Hours*.;
[SEMI - WEE W L Y.]
NASHVILLE, 1,500 tons. M. Berry, Comman
der. MARION,! .200 tons,\V. J.Foster.Comman
der. JAMES ADGER, 1,200 tons,S.C. Turner,
Commander. SOUTHERNER. 1.000 tons T. I).
Ewan. Commander. Leave Adgcr's wharves ev
ery Wednesday and Saturday after the arrival
of the caia from the Sauth A West, “ at high
These steamships were built expressly for the
line and for safety, comfort and speed, are un
rivalled o the coasts.
Tables supplied with every luxury—attentive
and cautious commanders, will ensure travelers
by this line ev.ry possible comfort and accom
For freight or passage, having elegant state
room accommodation, apply to
Corner of East Bay & Adger’s South Wharf,
Charlestn \ S. C.
Cabin Passage. $25
Fel 15 ’SO ts
R. E. MANGUM,
IS now receiving a large stock of Staple Dry-
Goods, Shoes, Hats and Caps, which will be
sold at the lowest prices possible for cash.
Jlis stock of Shoes will be large, and contains
many desirable styles for Ladies’ wear.
He will also give his attention to sales of Coun
try Produce, and to filling of orders for Family
or Plantation supplies, or to the purchasing or
selling of any Goods or Merchandise in this
Market that may be requisite to be bought or
sold here. Hoping, by constant attention to
business, to merit and receive a liberal patron
All ciders to secure attention must be
accompanied with the CASH.
The highest cash price will be paid for Land
Whitehall street, at the old stand.
April IF, 1835-Om.
f-OH SALE. "
nCi.v T or, on Collins s reet. lying be
vJ? A ecu . - .r •jcn\ of John (Hen and X. 1.
'Craven. Sn ; r-q.-ny -s vo-Usituated, and con
q rrent ;o the . u i. r pnrl of the city. Terms
accommodating, u.ffi titles ndisjmtnble.
J. SHACKELFORD. Ag’t.
April 11, ts
JONES, DAVID & CAMPBELL
SURGEON AND MECHANICAL
WOULD again call the attention of their
* V friends and theeitizens of Georgia to their
superior BLOCK TEETH, end CONTINUOUS
Specimen* of all kinds of Plate Work, Block
Teeth and Continuous Gum can be seen at their
j Office, on Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga.
, N. B. A superior quality of Tooth Powders
| and Paste, and a variety of Tooth-brushes for
j sale. March 21,1856.-ly.
HAC K USE FROM DALLAS TO MARIETTA I
T EAVES Dallas, for Ma
1J riot la, onMo\ id \y .and
| la, oil Friday, and returns same day.
j The proprietor begs leave to inform the public
that he is now running a Hack in accordance
with the above schedule.and hopes to be liberal
ly patronized. None but careful and responsible
; drivers will be employed. \V. J. DYER,
j May 2, 1856.—if.
| PIASTER AND CEMENT!
CALCINED Plaster aid Hydraulic Cement,
for sale l.y j. NORCROSS.
1 May 2, ts.
FOR SALE BY J. J. RICHARDS, & CO.
A RMAGEODON, or the U. S. in prophecy.
A The Great Iron Wheel.
Rose Clark—Fanny Fern’s now book.
Phoenixania—one of the Funny ones.
And many others, better worth reading. Call
at the NEW BOOK AND MUSIC
&TORE Whitehall St., opposite the Intelligencer
office. Jan. 18—ts
DIA HI Esl *
POCKET and 001101111? House Diaries for 1856.
For sale by J. J. RICARDS & Cos.
jan. 18 ! 56-tf
ONE now and substantial TWO HORSETVAG
ON, for sale by J. NORCROSS.
IH fdical Books.
A IjARGE lot, particularly those used by the
A students in College, just received, and for
sale, at t he publishers prices by
niy9-tf J. J. RICHARDS & CO.
AFTER having been burned out on Alabama
Street, 1 have taken the largo and commo
dious store room, on White llall Street, formerly
occupied by T. Doonan, where I am ready to re
ceive consignments of any kind in my line of bu
siness. I will buy and sell Negroes, Laud, Hor
ses, and everything that may be sent in, at pri
vate sale or auction.
STEPHEN J. SHACKELFORD,
March 29. Vendue Master.
Tlie Latest Improvements.
■'BtllF. undeivigned would respectfully in-
JsL form the citizens of Atlanta, and vicinity,
that he is daily producing this Law and beauti
ful style pictures, which are much admired for
their richness of tone, beauty of finish and du
rability. These pictures are not reversed like
the Daguerreotype. They cannot be defaced,
get dirty or dim by the sweat of the glass ; are
impervious to air. water, or acids, and will retain
tlieir brilliancy forages.
Come one. come all, and examine specimens.
Rooms over Kay's upper Book Store.
* T. F. SALTSMAN.
Whitehall st., Atlanta, Ga. ly
Crockery, Eearthen and Glass Wares.
r jPHE undersigned would most respectfully in-
I vite the citizens and the public generally,
and especially the Ladies, to call and examine
iiis stock of goods, which are of the latest styles,
and -a good variety, and will be sold low for
cash. nov 4 T. R. RIPLEY.
ONE of the most desirable RESIDENCES, on
the edge of the City of Atlanta.
DR. D’ALVIGNY offers to sell the house a 1
lot where ho resides, on Marietta Street, a little
above Esq. Payne.
Terms : Very accommodating. Apply on the
premises. March 7, '56 ts.
Pump Boots for Spring.
Hill I K undersigned are prepared to put up
_BL Pump bottom Boots in better style than it
can be done elsewhere North or South. Would
refer to any one who has worn Boots made bv
“Moses.” F. M. EDDLEMAN & BRO. ‘
HAVING Supplied our office with an excellent
all new and of the most approved styles, \\>
would respectfully inform our friends, and tin
public generally, that we are now prepared to do
any thing in that line with NEATNESS AND
DISPATCH. Orders solicited —tcrmsreasonabh*.
Nov. 21,1855. A. M. EDDLEMAN A CO.
T .Ia sites’ .Nsiiialglc Liquid.
TIIS rno-t extra(Jmiiiary nuxticme for tin
cure of Neuralgic, Rheumatism, pams in
tiie chest, flux. Diarrhea, Cramp Chollic, Cholera
Morbus, Chills aial levers, sore throat-, quinzv.
Asthma, scarlet fever, bruises, old sores, head
ache, croup. Ac., is now for sale bv J. NOR
CROSS. Atlanta, Ga.. also at ROUT. BABER'S
Marretta Ga., at $2 per Bottle, cash only. Full
directions are round each Bottle, with a large
number of the most pointed and downright cer
tificates of citizens, some of whom are Physi
cians of Chattanooga, where it is put up, all
proving its power and efficacy so clear that all
this Liquid wants'is a trial. I retailed SCUD
worth of it in Chattanooga iu 12 months. Jno-
L. Divine (old me his Doctor's bill last year was
5175 ; during this, it was only 2 Bottles of this
Liquid J. J. JAMES. Proprietor.
P. S. I will furnish this medicine in small
quantities to reliable agents, for sale.
Feb 8 if.
Herring’s Patent Champion Fire and
Burglar Proof Safes.
LpilE great i te est m ilifested by the public
-L to procure more perfect s curit.y from lire
for valuable papers, such as bonds, mortgages,
deeds, notes and books of account, than the or
dinary safes heretofore in use had afforded, in
duced the subscribers to devote a large portion
of t me and attention during the past fourteen
years in making improvements and discoverie:
for *his object, and they now beg leave to assure
their numerous friends, aid the pul) ic general
ly, that their efforts have been crowned with
complete success, and now offer (lie '• IMPROV
ED HERRING'S PATENT WORLD’S FAIR
PREMIUM FIRE PROOF SAFE,” as the
Champion Safe of the World,
having been awarded medals at Doth the
World’s Fair, London, 1851, (tin \. York, 1853,
As superior to all others. It is now, undoubted
ly entitled to that appellation, and secured w th
Hull's Patent Powder Proof Locks, (which also
was '.warded medals as above, 1 forms the most
perfect Tire and I urglar Proof Safes ever before
offered to the public.
The subscribers also manufactures all kinds of
I Boiler and Chilled Iron Bank Chests aid Vaults,
Vault Doors, and Money Boxes or Chests, for
Brokers, Jewellers, and Private Families, for
Plate, Diamonds, and other veluables. And are
also Patentees, (by purchasa) and manufactu
Jones’ Patent Permutation Bank Lock.
SILAS C. HERRING & CO., Pa entees,
Green Block, Nos. 135, 137 and 138 Water St.
LS&f Agents in Atlanta, Ga..
SEAGO & ABBOTT.
T?y 1,. ,T. Parr. Real Estate Agent.
'"I Ml REE comfortable and convenient Dwellings,
I with out bouses and gardens.
A few sleeping apartments convenient to the
business part of town.
A i l a large pleasant room, suitable for a
school room. nov 12-dAwlf
ALMOST every Steamer from New York
brings us a fresh supply of Boots and Shoes
of the latest styles. Our Manufacturers furnish
us now with the best goods we ever had, and the
best that can be procured. We intend to spare
no pains to please all who patronize us. Oar
work is all warranted, and mended free of charge
if it gives way.
We have some of the best Workmen la our
Shop in this city, in the United States.
F. M. EDDLEMAN & BRO.,
Sign of she Mommoth Boot, Whitehall st.
mm ALARM LOCK.
JUTEI’E were Thieves between Jerusalem and |
Jeriehu, and arc to be found.in all parts ofj
j tbe world at the present day ! Now, in order to
1 Award against them, and to know that your cash j
! drawers are safe, just call and get one of
BROWN’S PATENT -ALARM LOCKS, which
! carried off the Premium at the World’s Fair.—'
i They may be seen at-the Office of M. A. Bell, 1
| Esq., in the Granite Front Building, and can be
j put on at. short notice. Call and see them, and ’
| also the Alarm and Lamp which will awake you
and light a Lamp should ny person enter the ‘
room in the twinkling of an eve!
I *D.N. PITMAN, i
March Agent for Fulton County.'
Lamlrcth’s New Crop, 1855.
Warranted Carden Seeds.
TIIE subscriber lias just received of the above
celebrated Seeds, as follows:
Early turnip rooted red Beet *
Extra early turnip-rooted Beet;
Long blood red Beet;
Early bush Squash ;
Long green Squash;
Long Orange Carrot: .
Long Horn Carrot;]
Red solid Celery;
White solid Celery;
Green curled Savoy Cabbage!
Drum Head Savoy Cabbage;
Green glazed Cabbage;
Early York Cabbage ;
Royal cabbage Lettuc;
Nutmeg Melon ;
Long green Cucumber;
Long scarlet sbert-top Radish;
White Spanish Radish;
Large sweet pickling Tepper
Round Savoy-leaved Spinach;
Large purple Egg Plant;
Salsafy or Oyster Plant;
Early Dutch white flat Turnip ;
Large Norfolk Turnip;
Purple top yellow Ruta Buga Turnip;
Large globe Turnip;
Landreth’s extra early Pea $
Early frame Pea ;
Early Charlton Pea;
Red cranberry bush Bean
Yellow bush Bean;
White Onion Setts;
Yellow Onion Setts.
In addition to tbe above, I will be able,
in a few days, to supply the public with many
other varieties of seeds. Call and see.
T. W. WEST,
dec 8-diwtf One door below C. 11. Strong’s.
CAiUU AGKS ! CAHRJ AGES ! f
S BUTLER & MARSH are constant
ly receiving every variety of CAR
vf>? . L* TAG ES. direct from the best man
ufacturers North, which they will sell as low as
can be bought in any Southern market.
7KQ" Special orders l'or work filled in ninety
pa vs. Work warranted.
J. W. BUTLER, ) j 11. O. MARSH,
Newnau, Georgia. ( ( Mendham, N. Jersey.
Oct. 23, 1855. d&w-ly.
New Barber Shop.
One door dbove the Atheneum, Decnlur Street.
SO LOMON LUCKI E would respectful
ly inform bis old customers and the public
generally, that be has opened a liewandcoinfort
able ,Shop at the above named place, and would
be happv to serve them in his line.
Feb. 15, 1856.
MILE - STONES.
WA R R A N T E I) of superior quality and
workmanship, constantly on band or
made to order from Burr Blocks of our own im
portion. We also keep for sale a superior assort
ment of Cologne and Esopus Mill-stones; Burr
Blocks; Bolting Cloth ; Calcined Plaster, &c..
Orders promptly executed.
MORRIS & TRIMBLE
West Falls Avenue, near Pratt st. Bridge, Balt.
Orders for Mill-Stones from the above
well known establishment, received by their
agents. SEAGO & ABBOTT,
febß,’o6 lyjCommission Merchants, Atlanta, Ga.
In fi rmary.
. ~\ II'• undersigned have opened in the city of
tfL Atlanta an Infirmary, for tbe reception of
patients laboring under medical or surgical dis
ease. An intelligent nurse and faithful servants
will be in constant attendance, and will give
their attention to tin; sick at all hours, day and
night, when r ouired. The surgical department
will be under the control of W. F. WESTMORiv
LAND,who v.-ip. give prompt attention toinj:;-
vsor. and etwv .variety ofdise.i-e reqnirirur s ur
Heal opera turn . 'Hie usual fv-ef?-adopt- .] o,
piiysii of the city will be chary- and u-irh lif
teen cents per Liv for board. Ac. Planters and
others sending negroes may rest assured tluß
they will bo properly attended to, and if. after
an’examination, if be determined that there is
no prospect of relief, they will be sent home
without any charge.
‘ W. F. WEST.MGRELAND. M.D.
J. G. WESTMORELAND. M. D.
April 1855. ts
New Bonnets, Cl<?ak3, J)res«
Goods. Kc. &lc.
MRS. J. M. BORING takes great pleasm
in announcing to her friends and patr.eu
generally, that her stock of FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS is now completed. Please call and
examine her Goods, nil who desire the latest Fash
ions,as !-.-ho has this day received a lot of just such
articles. Her goods need no great noise about
hem. They will show for themselves. Come and
e them, and none wP go away displeased.
December 7 5 10 ts
Who wants to Swap?
subscriber has ONE HUNDRED ACRES
1 OF LAND, lying in Henry county, tbout 5
miles nerth of McDonough, well improves ; lh
good cabins, and about forty acres of cleared
land, mostly fresh. I will trade the premises for
a house and lot in the city of Atlanta on favora
ble terms. nov 28-ts F. M. EDDLEMAN.
Ihave this day sold out ray entire stock of goods
to John A. Doane. who will continue the bus
iness at the same stand, corner of Hunter and
Atlauta, Jan. 18-ts J. T. DOANE.
METALLIC CORN MILL.
CRUDER Sr COWEN'S PATENT,
Os Memphis , Tenn.
rruns MILL is constructed of cast and
JL wrought iron runners fourteen inches
across the face—and is simple in its construction,
durable, and easily set and managed, and may be
attached to steam, water, or horse power, but
recommends itself particularly to every planter
who has a cotton gin or any power on a farm, as
it can run with from one to four horses, and
grind from five to fifteen bushels of the best meal
per hour. Hominy, coarse or fine.
Orders for single Mills, or propositions for
county rights, will be received for Georgia, S.
Carolina and Florida, by Jons B. Gordon, La-
Grange, Ga.; 11. Williams, at Mr. Mell’s, At
lanta, or J. Wins ii 11*, Atlanta. Ga.
GORDON, SMITH WICK & CO.
We have seen one of the above Mills on ex
hibition in Atlanta, and take pleasure in saying
(bat it grinds rapidly and good Meal, to our en
Signed. J. L. STEPHENS,
S. B. O ATM AN.
W. T. FARNSWORTH,
Foreman at Winship Co.'s
J. E. WILLIAMS & CO.,
J. WINSHIP & CO.
Atlanta, Sept. 12. 1855. ts.
r I''TIE undersigned is now prepared to do black-
X smithing in all its various branches, at the
old stand of J. J. Martin Buggies, Wagons,
and plantation work doDe at short notice in good
style, and moderate charges. Buggies, Wagons,
&c., always on band for sale.
I have also a good wood workman, and will
make new work to order, and repairing will be
done in tbe best style. Patent plows can be pro
cured at my shop. W. 11. CRAFT.
Bolting clotiis, screen wire and
MILL CRANKS for sale by
nov 9 d&wtf J. NORCROSS.
j| QQQ SACKS of Salt, for sale by
s nov 12-d&wtf
rpilE testimony of an escaped Novice from
L llie sisterhood of St. Joseph's InhlitutiQn.
near Emmettsburg M. D. The genuine work of
| Miss Josqphiue M. Bunk ley. Published by llar
i per & Brothers, and for sale by
J. J. RICHARDS & Cos.
' Atlanta, Jan. 18 *ss—lf
TTJST received a few fine 4 ami f> lights Clian
(leliers, low for cash, by T. li. RIPLEY,
Intelligencer and Examiner copy.
J. P. WOODBURY
C GENERAL dealer in Drugs and Medicines,
T Chemicals. Paints. Oils. Dye Stuffs, Varnish
es and Brushes, Glass. Perfumery. Fancy Articles,
♦fee.. Ac. Pure Wines and Brandies for Medici
nal purposes. Goods selected with care and war
ranted as represented,
NEW BOOK AND MUSIC STORE.
T J. RICHARDS & Cos., White-HallStreet,
»] • (next door to Valentino’s Confectionary)
Atlanta Georgia. At the above Establishment
may be found a general assortment of ISoolis,
S ntionvi v Music and Musical IN
STRUM ENTS, and FANCY ARTICLES.
Mr. J. J. RICHARDS, having located in
Atlanta, will give his personal attention to the
business, and possessing facilities (in connection
with the firms of J. J. & S. P. Richards, Macon,
Ga., and Richards <fe Brother, r -riflin, Ga.) for
obtaining STOCK at the Lowest prices, the pub
lic may rest assured that it will be sold on simi
lar terms. Call and see.
J. J. RICHARDS. & Cos.
uov 10-d&w ts.
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO., Grocers and
1 Cotton Factors, Augusta, Georgia.
A. POULLAIN. THO. J. JENNINGS. ISAIAH PURSE.
nov 2 55 wly
BOOK, JOB and CARD PRINTING OFFICE,
Corner of White-llall and Alabama Streets,(i
the room formerly known as “ PARR'S
HALL,”) Atlanta, Georgia.
Cl R. lIANLFJTER & Cos., having
J* just added to their former extensive as
sortment of BOOK and JOB TYPE, CUTS, OR
NAMENTS, &c, a very large variety of new ma
terials. of the latest, styles, together with one of
IIOE’S celebrated Cylinder Presses, are
more fully prepared than heretofore, to give dis
patch to all orders for work in their line—which
they will execute in the best style of the art, at
fair prices for CASH.
Particular attention paid to the execution of
FINE WORK for Rail Road and other Joint
Stock Companies, Transportation Agents, Banks,
Colleges and Schools, Attorneys, Public Officers,
Merchants, and others
Books, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars
Cards,Promissory Notes, Blank Deeds, Checks,
Way-Bills, Programmes, Hand and Show Bills
Posters. &c., executed at short notice.
Printing in Gold and Silver Bronze, and Fan
cy Colored Inks, or on Vellum, Satin, Muslin,
fee., done in beautiful style.
Having likewise connected a BOOK-BINDERY
with their Printing Establishment, they are pre
pared to execute orders for every description of
work in that department—including RULING
and BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING—in a
style superior to any ever before done in this
section of the State. Their Tools being all new
and of the latest patterns, their Stock of mate
rials the best the Northern markets afford, and
their workmen equal to any in the South, they
feel confident of their ability to give entire satis
faction, and consequently have no hesitancy in
soliciting the patronage of their friends and the
work. either department, oi
their business, from any part, of Georgia and
C. R. 11. returns his grateful thanks to his
friends a r ' the public for their past generous
patronng' and would most respectfully solicit a
eon*ini': .eo of the ame fothe new firm.
Light! Lsg’if!! Lig!si \ \!
A M'Hl-rat.-. !■!')«’.}• m Fluid. tYunphiac, Tur
XJA P a.el Alcohol.
LO EELS, of iho above Goods on hand, and for
Fluid—per gallon $1 20
Camphine—per gallon 1 00
Druggist’s Alcohol—per gallon 1 12A
(05 pr. ct.) pi- gal. 130
For sale by T. R. RU’LEY.
P. S.—A liberal discount when ordered by the
December 14 5 11 ts
Ily L. J. Pan .- -lieat Estate Agent.
ONE House and Lot and four Vacant Lots on
Four Houses and Lots on Houston street, some
of them desirably situated.
Three Houses and Lots on Decatur street—also
other Houses and Lots and a few Vacant Lots in
different parts of the city.
Also, 100 acres of Land, partially improved,
situated about 1 1-2 miLs from the centre of
town : and 100 acres of unimproved, heavy lim
bered Land, about two miles from the city."
Also, a good Farm, four miles from town, con
sisting of about 100. acres, 30 of which are im
proved and under good cultivation. All of the
above Land* are well adapted to Gardening and
dairy purposes. Any information required re
specting the above farm may be obtained of W
S. Wingfield, who resides on it, or of
nov 12-dttw ts L. J. PARR.
A LAR&E STOCK OF GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES i!
(1 E subreriber being desirous of making a
change in his business, will offer, from this
forward, his LARGE STUCK OF GOODS, at
greatly reduced prices, for cash down, consisting
of Hardware of all sorts, Carriage Ware, Shoes,
Hoots, Dry Goods, Ac. Those wanting good
bargains will do well to call.
March 21, ’SO. J. NORCROSS.
is.VCON AND LARD!
A BEAUTIFUL Lot of New Bacon and Leaf-
Lard, just received from the country, and
for sale by J. NORCROSS.
W. M. HILL, Auctioneer,
ilessdence, Decatur, Gcorgir.
BEING trnly thankful for the liberal pat
ronage he has hitherto received, still of
fers his services as Auctioneer, and will attend
the sales of Administrators, Executors or Trus
tees, in DeKalb, Fulton and the adjoining coun
ties. Having had many years experience in the
business, he flatters himself that he will give en
tire satisfaction in all cases,
For reference apply to the followinggentlemen :
lir-.C. Murphey, lion. W. A. Powell, Col. R. M.
Brown and Dr. A. Johnson, Decatur ; lion. J. A.
Hayden, Col. J. M. Calhoun, Dr. E. N. Calhoun,
J. J. Thra-ber, Esq., W. W. Roark and Dr. B. F.
Bomar, Atlaut i.
Feb 8 1856
WOODEN WAKE ! WOODEN WARE! T
A FULL supply of Wooden Ware, of the best
quality, on hand, consisting of Pine and Ce
dar Buckets, Cedar Churns, Measures, and Straw
Brooms, and a variety ol other articles. For sale
by [nov 12] J. NORCROSS.
FROM the United States. Canada and Cuba,
by the lion. Amelia M. Murray.
Heuri de Sa’tour—a Sequel to Chasi Vavasuer;
by J. T Sni.tli. Just received by
march H-ts. J. J. RICHARDS & CO.
6 DOZEN COTTAGE CHAIRS, well made!
and well painted, which will be sold low, very
low, for cash, to close out the lot, by
nov 18 J. NORCROSS !
AAA POUNDS new Bacon, received
and for sale by
jyll-tf WILLIAM C. PARKER
1 Ann FOUNDS new leaf LARD for salo
Jjv/L/w at Provision Store, White-llall st.
dec 31-dtf WM. C. PARKER.
ORMT EXCITEMENT !
What About 1
Why, the Cheapest Clothing Emporium
is on Whilehad Street, next door to
Valentino's Covfrctionerv and Tay
lor’s Hat Emporium.
rpHE subscribers beg leave to inform the
-M- citizens of Atlanta, and mankind general
ly, that they have received, and are receiving
daily, the most extensive and splendid Stock of
Ever opened in Atlanta. Assuring all clothes
buyers an elegant fitting and most durable arti
cles. for astonishing sacrificing prices. Come
Get pants of our stock, and certaiply tbon,
You'll come to our store to purchase again,
Get coats, and always remember to tell
At the Jit Hernia City Hall you were fitted so
Come one, come all, without delay,
And bring along the money,
You’ll surely grow rich, thus saving your cash,
And with little expense cut quite a dash.
M. OPPENIIEIMER <fe Cos.
Atlanta, April 11,1856. 27tf
fTmT EDDLEMAN & BRO.
BOOTS, Shoes, Sole and Upper Leather, Calf
Skins, Lining and Binding Skins, Lasts
Pegs, &c., keep constantly on hand a general
Stock, of Boots and Shoes, of the best Northern
and Eastern Manufacture. Also, Shoes of their
own make. Repairing, at No. 49 White Hall st
Piano Fortes, Music* &c.
(Successor to Truax, Vanden Berg fy C 0.,)
WHITEHALL ST., SIGN OFTIIE GOLDEN PIANO,
KEEPS constantly on hand PIANOS, which
lie warrants to he of superior tone, touch
and quality. Second hand Pianos taken in pay
ment when new ones are bought. Melodeons, Ac
cordeons, Flutes, Violins, Guitars. Banjos, Tam
bourines, Triangles—in short, all Musical instru
ments of all prices.
SHEET MUSIC—7OO new pieces just received,
and weekly he receives additions of the latest
.publications. Being a musician himself, hi.*
stock is free of the compositions of musical know
nothings. Music-Portfolios and Music Cases.—
preferable to those that are bound, as music
changes frequently March 29 55 ts
NEW WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE.
(Opposite Crisp’s Athcnaium.)
THE subscriber having located in Atlanta, ten
ders his services to the citizens of this
place, and surrounding country, as a WATCH
MAKER AND JEWELER. Having been en
gaged for many years in some of the best estab
lishments of the Southern States, he feels confi
dent of giving entire satisfaction to any who
may favor him with their patronage. He‘has on
hand a fine assortment of WATCH MATERIAL,
and is prepared to replace any wheel, jewel, or
otnenvise repair Watches which have been brok
en. or rendered unserviceable i y incompetent
workmen. Jewelry manufactured or repaire .
Diamonds , Pearls, or other valuable jewels reset
on short notice. Spectacle Glasses to suit all
Engraving neatly executed.
Will keep on hand fine Gold and Silver Watch
es. Rich Jewelry, Silver Ware, Ac., together
with a handsome lot of Fancy Articles for
Christmas times. Call and st-e.
dee 24-dtf HIRAM T. JONES.
f'UST received a variety of BEDSTEADS and
CHAIRS, of Williams & Co.’s manufacture.
Jy 28 T. W. WEST,
3 one door below C. 11. Strong’s.
V V WARRANTS by thu cubs*aJbi
which the highest cash prices will be paid. Ap
ply at J. Norcross’ store, Atlanta, Ga.
A. B. & W. G. FORSYTH.
Jy2 8 5 42 ts
LONG I LED I OR COME AT LAST.”
VOLUME? 4 and sos MACALEY'S HISTO
RY of England. Just received and foi*
sale by J. J. RICHARDS & CO.
r IMIE subscriber has bought out the stock of
* -1. T. Duane, on theVorner Hunter and White
hall streets, and will be pleased to see the old
customers of he concern and public generally.
He hopes by attention to business to receive a
liberal patronage, lie will sell as many goods
of the same quality for one dollar as any other
house in this city. Call and see.
j in. 18, 1856-tr JOHN A. DOANE.
T. it. Ripley.
DEALER in Crockery, Earthern and Glass
Ware. Elated Castors, Bl it. Castors. Lamps
ol all descriptions, Camphene, Oil. Burning
Fluid, Ac. nov 4 T. It. RIPLEY.
Dr. L, \j, Ledbetter,
SURGEON DENTIST, havinfi had
a recen * opportunity of examining
two entire Sets of Upper Teeth,
upon Platinaplate, with continuous gum. and in
serted upon the principle of atmospheric pres
sure, the manufacture of Dr. L. L. Ledbetter, Sur
geon Dentist of this city, it affords us much plea
sure to bear our testimony to the superior skill
exhibited So far from there being any difficulty
in retaining the teeth in the mouth—as is some
times the case—it required a very considerable
force to withdraw them.
We were also particularly struck with the
life-like appearance of the teeth and gums, pre
senting as they did, so great a resemblanceto na
ture, that it would have been difficult for an
ordinary observer to have discovered their arti
JESSE BORING, M. D.,
May 3 55 ts JOS. P. LOGAN, M. D
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from Ruff’s mill,
for sale by J. NORCROSS.
dec 3 d&wtf
Wanted to Purchase.
Os) LIKELY YOUNG NEGRO MEN, for
/wU which liberal cash prices will be paid,
dec 1 dk\v L. J. PARR.
Gas Fixtures ! Gas Fixtures!!
THE subscriber will, in a short time, be pre
pared to supply Gas Fixtures of various
descriptions. nov 4 T. R. RIPLEY.
Residences for Sale.
THERE are three eligible RESIDENCES on
Marietta street, in this city, which I wish to
sell, and which I shall be happy to show to any
one desiring to purchase. L. J. PARIt,
dec 1 d&w Real Estate Agent.
rnilE best anchor BOLTING CLOTH, for sale
JL at New York retail prices, by
dec 3-diwtf J. NORCROSS.
IS now receiving a fine assortment of Staple
Dry G'oods, Groceries and Hardware, all of
which will be sold low for cash or produce at the
old stand. Feb 22 ts
No Excuse for poor Gardens.
THE subscriber having determined to open,
about the Ist December, and keep constant
ly on hand, a fresh supply of Landreth's Gar
den seeds, respectfully solicits the patronage of
the citizens and public generally. As I pledge
myself to keep Landreth’s seeds exclusively, my
patrons may rely upon a genuine article.
N. B. For the benefit of ladies, I will keep
on hand a few choice flower seeds.
Oct. 17, 1855. nßtf T. W. WEST.
ANEW and well arranged BRICK STORJ
HOUSE, on White Hall Street.
Terms : Half cash the remainder on ■‘welve
months time. Titles undisputable. Apply to
S. J. SHACKELFORD, Agent.
Oct. 11, ’55 ts
Calcined Plaster and Cement,
ANEW and full supply of these articles jus
received by Jo 14-ts J. NORCROSS.
ONCE MOKE, TO THE RES (/A c 1
LULLING up. at last, at the old
r IVOR CROSS, with almost ever
Staple Goods. SHOES, BOOTS’
STAPLE DRY GOODS and CROC
Also, a complete assortment of J i
for house-keepers and house-bu»l
STEEL and NAILS; GLASS,
PAINTS ; a lot of new and fresh
will be in in a few days, besides a
things too numerous to mention.
The truth is, Some of these y
here were beginning to tliii !
stock was running low, and that
a fair swing, sell lots of good
and get rich in no time; but I ! .
fill up, keep a good stock, and I. ■
a while longer, and see that cu
fair chance, and keep young genii
Don’t forget the old stand wli
sold cheap for cash, cotton or any o '
good pay. nov 0
SEA GO & IAwRE Y
Grocers $ Commission Merc/;.
Nos. 72 £j 74, ’Whitehall sti e, t
TNEALERS in Bacon, Lard, Corn, Wheat, Oat.-
iJ Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Mackerel, Syrup
and New Orleans Molasses, and many other ar
ticles. Terms strictly cash. C per cent charg
ed on consignments, Liberal advances given oh
Steam Flour Mill.
THE subscribers would inform the public thal
they now lave their Steam Flour and Corn
Mill in full operation; and as our Mill is intend
ed for Custom Work, we solicit that kind of bu
siness, and trust we shall be able to give entire
satisfaction to those who may favor ns with their
grain to be ground. BEAN & GILBERT,
nov 29 dtwtf
TWO ' lesiro - ,,1e DWELLING HOUSES, on He
l catur street, near Win. H. Harville, for sale
low lor cash, or on short time. A negro woman
will be received in part payment for one of them;
Enquire of L. J. PARR,
dec 1 d*w Real Estate Agent:
Cottage Chairs, Bedsteads and Washing
T?ROM the manufactories of William & Cos.
L B. H. &M. L. Woods, for sale by
dov 12 d&w-tf. L. J. PARR,
l j. parrT
\\T AR E HOUSE AND COMMISSION MERj
V V CHANT, Will give his attention particu
larly to the purchase and sale of Cotton and oth
er produce. Orders and consignments solicited.
Warehouse on Marietta street, one door above
A LOT of green and red APPLES for sale by
dec 3 diwtf
SUNDAY School Books, and Hymn Books, ol
the various denominations, jnsi received am’
for sale by J. J. RICHARDS & CO.
\ LARGE and well built three story b»> ■
.A. Store,with a good cellar, and ten will i
isherl and commodius rooms in the second J
The Store is situated on Peach-Tree sirefi
L. J. PARR, Real Eslnt , ,-.t.
ROBF.RT 11. MAY, u
riage Repository in this
Hall street, near Seago & L .
lie intends to keep a full assortii:'
Rpckaways, Buggies, Harness, V
lie will sell at Augusta prices
to buy anything in bis line, v
amine bis stock and prices
Notice to 'Tint
ON and after May 20th, 1 -
Trains on this Road v
Leave Atlanta 5, a. m.; ar
Leave Atlanta 6« p. in.; ai
5.15. a. Tit.
Leave Chattanooga 9. a
- p. m.
Leave Chattanooga 3.50
The Day Train w .
wee k. T 1 le Nigfll Train -
By this arrangement 1,
benefit of a close connect or.
running to and from Atlanta «.
JAMES F. C
r AGE i\ c Y .
I AM agent for the sale of Shirtm
J Qsnaburgs, and Yarns, maunfaei.
Howard Factory, of Columbus. Gem
goodsThade at this establishment an- o
quality; and they can he sold as lov
from any other manufactory in the con.. ,
shall endeavor (o keep a good supply of ti,
hand ; and it is ray opinion that dealers will con
sult their interest by purchasing of me.
A beautiful description of cotton sewing a, ■*<
wrapping twine is made at this factoty, samp] ,
of which may be seen at my office.
dec 1 dew L. J. PAIiR, Rea] Estate Ag’t.
MAT FAMILY GROCERY AMI PROVISION' STORE.
LAMAR. LOWE & CO.,
(Ota stand nl I,a.\-ikk k JlcDasiel, near the FulUm J/ouse.V
ALABAMA STREET,. ATLANTA, GEORGIA *
qtliE undersigned arc just receiving and open-
X ing a choice assortment of GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS—such as Sugars, Coffee, Tea,
Molasses; extra Golden Syrup ; Candles. Tallow,
Sperm and Adamantine; Soda. Pepper, Spice’
Ginger. Tobacco, green and dried Fruit, Bacon,
Lard, Onions, Irish Potatoes, Ac., Ac.. Ac.
Intending to conflnw ourselves strictly to the
cash System, our motto shall bo, “ quick sale*
and small profits.” Give us a call.
LAMAR. LOWE & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Produce Dealers,
nov 19 55 diwly
Iron ! Iron!! Iron !! <
AMERICAN refined Junietta IRON by
tlcc 5 J. NORCROSS
Cabinet Making and (Jndertak
TIIE subscriber keeps constantly on hand’
Chairs, Bedsteads Mattresses, Wash
stands, Cradles, 'Wardrobes, Safes, and all other
art-cles in the above line of business, manufac
tured to order. Being a practical Cabinet maker,
my patrons may rely upon all work put up at
iny Cabinet VV are-Rooms, one door below C II
strong & Cos., on Whitehall street, Atlanta, Geo'
short notice and reasonable terms.
[ may bo found night and Sundays at (lie resi
dence of Mr. 11. W. Bullard. T. W WEST
October 17, ISM. n8 ts
Morgan, Kirkpatrick & Cos.,
HAJ ING opened anew ware room on Peach
Tree street, would call the attention of the
public to their stock of FURNITURE, embracing
Cabinet Ware in all its varieties ; Chairs of ev
ery kind; Lounges, Mattresses of springs, Hair,
Moss, Cotton and Shuck. Carpets, Rugs, Ac.
Window Shades, Window Curtains. Damask,
Cornices, Bands, Cord and Tassels, Loops, An-!
Window Papering. House do., Fireboard! do!
They still continue their shop south of Georsht
Rail Road square, and are prepared to O ,;;; i
kinds of work connected with their 'onslucnt
such as making and repairing Fur..: ure. nu
king Mill tresses, Upholstering. Ac. . ; y k/’v
also on hand Metallic Burial ( , i ~, :
upon short notice Mahogany. We,
wood COFFINS. ‘
CHAIR FACTORY'.—They - , ~,r . : . „,i
their manufacturing shops at ;
supply Morgan’s original Cotta .. ~ ; h
ley’s Patent Bedstead, together ,
of Cabinet Ware, of their ov
any quantity desired. They ■ ■
ring and finishing Enamelled ' _t - .
far superior to any to be bad i'i no "
l)cc. 28 " 5 v- 13 |
A T FOR S E.
Ex. LARGE quanfity ot choice is.,
L. J. fA...,
nov 12-d&wt( ■?