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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Mokkoe, ; > v Georgia"
*%EkUi ■! —
BECK & CO.,
Would respectfully inform tiieir ohl cus
tomer*, sirnl the public generally, that they
are still carrying on the Carriage Making,
Blacksmithing and Carpenter Work, in all
their branches, at theeir Old Stand, Mon
W. H» COLLIER.
IJOUSE PAINTING, GRAINING,
Marbling, Paper - Hanging, &c.
Executed with neatness and dispaUh.
Orders left at the firug Store of C. 11.
Andrews & Cos., will meet with prompt
attention. mar. 23 2m.
JAMES R. WYLIE,
WHOLESALE GROCER AND
ATLANTA, - - - - GEORGIA.
R. H, GOODMAN,
Dealer in family grqce
rics, Fruits and
f • -i
Corner of Peachtree and Wheat Streets,
jan 31-ly. ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
WILLIAMS, LANGSTON & CRANE,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
12 & 14 Alabama street, Atlanta, Georgia.
tsr Full stocks of Grain and Meats
always oil lialnl at as low prices as any
other house In ottr city. jan 31-ly.
A. B. JOHNSTON, A. J. CREWS
J, M. BRAWLS. a. s. j. perry.
tv. y. baker,
JOHNSTON, CHEWS & CO.,
Importers and IVliolcsaie'Dealers in Sta
l>ry Goods, Notions & Small Ware
41 lluyne street, Charleston, S. C.
M. 11. THOMAS, M. D.
Monroe, : : : : ; : Georgia.
THUNDERS IIIS SERVICES IN THE
X Practice of Dentistry in all the
Most Improved branches of the Science.
Teeth Extracted without pain,by the
Nitrous Oxide Gas. Having graduated ill
Medicine, and practiced the same ten years,
and Dentistry live years, he claims a judge
ment more mature than a mere novice.
He is a citizen of Monroe, and feels re
sponsible for all the work lie does.
Ail work done at the rates of regular re
spectable Dentists, Olid will take care of liis
patients during their stay.witli him, free ol
He refers to those for whom he has work
ed, in Walton, Clarke, Newton, Oglethorpe,
Jackson, Morgan and Gwinnet. “These are
his jewels.” I-ts.
HW This space is intended for Ml’S. J*
Frank, Decatur street, Atlanta, Ga., who
deals exclusively in Millinery and Ladies’
Press Goods. Site Is too busy waiting on
customer* to write an advertisement
For sale liy
;2 .Jir? - ; J 4S
THE LARGEST STOCK OF FOREIGN
Domestic Wines and Liquors,
Os every kind, ever offered for sale in
Monroe. Every article warranted as rep
resented. No article put on the market
until properly and scientifically tested.
The best Liqrons for Medicinal pur-
I>oscs constantly on hand and wnrrcntetl
On S" "b '/.'E
Seem a lojß-
A ’j 1 . ever
For its far 'J: ;• *
i nave dreamed ti^H
Os a weird and '^"'"-'^*l
Breathing out its Bti^B^:. J ;^'£ , ''yv-? r ’!
In the twilight's
Gently to\ ept by gales ■
(When tlie A ■'
And in mournful cadence
Os its ow n dear native worlC^B|||||
There's a realm within thy spirit^Hj
Fill’d with grandeur and witli gHH
Whore each tone is like a heavt-wailM
And eacli earth-shell seems a tomb;
And tlie flowers —a somber tinting
Overspreads their ghastly forms,
As if nurtured by the droppings
But of passing thunder-storms.
While thy calm, angelic features
In serenest beauty sleep,
Thy high thoughts, in vivid flashes,
On our startled vision leap—
Tis as if the keen, red lightning
Should burst wildly from the fold
Os a soft, white cloud of mourning
Tinged with violet, blue and gold.
There’s t tall plant of the tropics,
That, amid its bristling spears,
Puts forth one all beauteous blossom
With each score of passing years;
And our human race, dear minstrel,
Is a plant of kindred power—
Once in each score years it blossoms,
And thou alt its glorious flower.
“ WEIGHED IN THE BAvß||||f
BY OLGA. flSgfgOTg
And thin A • . the eiidfIHHHHH
dream. Tim sweet
fed! ' : ::' “^HHSSHIBHSSra
b.i '.VM i I, 1 i
b, df i ft, 1 1 .iV, !
it. :m t ibo ' a 11 ,^HBHBShhSHShhS
■■uhaioiis be had *?*. -•!
e:une, with holier WBgBBMHBBaMg
ooby can bnvj io^H
from the struggle
conquered, and w I
his heart, went fo}l!^M/.'ii;*, >> '=-VV t i.•-!
hi part in the great H'..
Three y'<-ars Gap'.,d.^HaHHnHSHß|
leton, calling to bis 9'.. ' „ . ■!
energy and u did. n^M
never before deemed hM
had worked his way s 1
in a large business hou.se^HßHßßß|
had sought employment, i^B'.
he had been taken into partn^HßH|
the firm to whom the estabi^Hi§B|
belonged, and which was one
most prosperous and influential i>^K§
thriving city of . Gradually;’^®
certainly, he was retrieving his fall™
fortunes; and added to the profits 111
derived from liis business, a httndsom*
property had been left him by an uncle,
lately deceased. With this money be
had repurchased the family estate,
sold for debt; and once more ho found
himself a rich man, though his income
was still far smaller one that It hud
been before his losses. An idle life;
however, had become so distasteful to
him, that he resolved to continue the
business in which he was engaged; and
the senior partner of the firm with
drawing, he became one of the princi
ple and most cuergetio managers.
No one was more delighted at his
etjccsss than John Ashton, between
whom and himself there existed the
same warm friendship as'of yore
John was no longer a bachelor, lie
had married a very pretty and very
amiable girl; and to their hospitable
house, after the fatigues of the day,
Laurence often repaired, sure of find
ing a warm welcome and of being made
perfectly at home,
“By-the by, Laurence,” said John,
one evening, when his wife had rctir
“Good* - *' l
There was a^K'l.L’;%,'■¥£/§>!
then, with a ’K
out her hand.
“Mr. Carleton, is
am delighted to see
unexpected meeting. AiHHH
ing in—- ; or here only
“It has been my
time,” he replied. “I
family Iras come here to
neighbors of some friends of
‘‘The Ashtons, do you
we are just opposite. Mrs, AshS
a eharming Woman —so gentle ami
fined. lam delighted that we are