Clement Arnold, i« our authorised
flknt and all contracts made by him for this
psr er will be carried out bv the publisher.
Mr. John Ellis is our authorised agent to
receive subscriptions and advertising for the
Mr. L. Ft- i. lilovk is our duly authorised I
jgent in Atlanta. All contracts made by him
for advertising, subscription or job printing,
will be faithfully executed by the publisher.
Ah Good as Money.
As it may be more convenient for some of
our friends to furnish produce than green
backs, we propose to receive for subscription
, n y thing in the eating line.
5Mr,„ Eggs ure in demand in our market,
and bring a good price.
|Yp~ We are living decidedly “high” at
preseat. A liberal-hearted, wholesoulcd
friend has presented us with a large, splen
did, beautiful yellow pumpkin.
C.isbtOATES. —Several more clever, relia
ble Hien place their names before our people
through this issue of the Times, as candi
dates for different county offices. We can
but wish they could all bn elected.
Half Farr A dispateh from B. W.
Wrcnn, General Ticket Agent W. & A. It. K.,
informs us that tickets can be bought for one
fare going and returning from Atlanta, dur
ing the State Fair, which begins on the 19th
of October. The half fare arrangement goes
into effect on next Monday, the 17th inst.—
Visitors pay full fare going, and are fur
nished a return ticket free.
dost TO Ron*.—A large number of our
§ens are attending the Fair at Rome this
i. We are glad to see such interest man
ifested in Agricultural Fairs, and trust that
our own Agricultural Society will take the
lead in this good work ’ere long.
We inquire for information, whether
or not any steps have been taken to punish
the individuals engaged in the street riot in
('alhoun a few weeks ago? If not, the public
good demands that somebody be “ventila
Goon Tinr.s Com* Again. —Only think of
getting six pounds and a half of good sugar
for one dollar—four pounds good coffee for
a dollar —and meat, lard, and groceries gen
erally, at proportionately low prices. No
wonder Messrs. Pitts & Johnson are buying
such large quantities of groceries, for there
is no telling the demands upon them when
everybody finds out what bargains can be
had at their store.
If you have not done so, already, be sure
to cull and price their goods.
We would direct the attention of deal
ers to the card of Messrs. Betterton, Ford &
Cos., of Chattanooga, Tenn. They are close
neighbor*, and offer as great inducements as
most houses at a distance from us.
and Cigars.—We call the atten
of dealers in this line, to the card of J.
11. (Javan, of Atlanta, in another column.—
lie keeps a good stock, and our long ac
quaintance with the man warrants the asser
tion that lie will always give satisfaction. lie
is also agent for the celebrated Cincinnati
Beer, pronounced by good judges, the
“best in the world.”
John M. Holhkook.—Our friends visiting
Atlanta, whether during the Fair, or before
or after, will do well to call on J. M. Hol
brook, and examine his superb stock of Hats,
Taps, and Ladies Furs, lie bus been the
prince of hatters in Atlanta for many years,
and continues to wear the palm.
We invite attention to the two advertise
ments of this establishment in our paper.
Pktkrno.n’s Magazine.— The good wife’s
ever welcome visitor, Peterson’s Magazine,
for November, has been received. As usual;
its engravings, fashion plates, and reading
matter are unexcelled.
The new business houses of G.
R. Bom and M. H. Jackson, on Rail
road Street, are being rapidly pushed
to completion. They will add consider
ably to the looks of that part of town.
t ' \
iKL'" Hie o’possani season is at hand,
and we have a powerful hankering for
“possom sop and titter.”
Mutual Protection.— We direct the read
er s attention to the advertisement of this re
liable and justly popular Life Insurance
* ompuuy in another column. Dr. Massey,
the Georgia agent for this company, is one of
the shrewdest and most experienced Life In
surance men in the South; and wc are not
surprised at the prosperity and wonderful
I'ucces* of the company in this part of the
Dj a little investigation, any man will soon
be convinced that the laws of New York re
tVrring to life insurance, are more stringent
than those of any other State in the Union,
-ad that it is impossiblv for a ‘'wild-ea*’
mpany »o «*u*rv on biisin-'s* witl.in s.-
‘u v, wh, a we urge upon onj r |
ponuee of life io>uianc-. It 1S lue surest I
■ to make worMly prov.siun for thelovetl j
° aCs after *’ e iir « gone. Hal thefulvertn e- |
’- ut; see Dr. Drown, tbe u ;n;;l , lgm t for
-is county, and !,, ra the plan, and opera
t.en-’ oi this Company.
* -•I ,
ah l ITu ' m Webster’s l n
mi" 1 ' iUry r ‘ JC vcs the universal j
o - ua nation ol the press, the clergy and !
ie ,u :nr Y n,en of the day. It is an mdis- 1
otficT ,h ° * ;UUi! * V ’ S ° iloul !
jJ®*‘ , llle SjMowiog is from the Nashville
“ T,usis beyond a doubt the beat
and most complete dictionary of the FnMish
language ever published. The labor *3 rt
bestowed by the editors in its revision
au apparent on every page. On the whole.
klorm and a,on r* aud re l' osit oi’.v Os useful in
attention *' l& j e pleasuro in calling the
Sri! Fl Ur i r « deiS t 0 tht ‘ advertisement
ThU hF t ak ‘ Ultter8 ’ in another column.
be time to secure a bottle and be cured.
Woman.—Show us a man that dfonTt appre
ciate, honor and love woman, and we'll ahew
you a man almost without a soul. Men love
their wives, daughters, and relatives geher
ally of the gentler sex, and few are hard
hearted enough not to be willing to do any
thing in their power to free theie loved ones
from pain and suffering. The man who, af
ter years of the closest study and most dili
gent research, succeeds in producing a remc*
dy for most of the unpleasant and dangerous
complaints peculiar to weman, deserves to be
called blessed by the whole human family.—
Dr. J. Brad field was *ucb a man, for he wos
the discoverer of that wonderful and never
failing remedy for female complaints, known
as Bradfield’s Female Regulator.
See advertisement of Bradfield & Cos., in
tGr If you like a real good, pure
thing, in the way of brandy or wine,
read what C. J. Thayer & Cos. have to
say about it in another column.
They also offer fine golden syrup at t
The Streets of Paris.
From late accounts, we extract the
following graphic, but terrible picture 5
of the streets of Paris:
u Paris is but a camp or a vast bar
rack. The military costume is the only
men or children are"tfF be a s^n n in
streets; how could they, when the
streets are too narrow for trotting squad
rons and galloping artillery, with files of
men marching to take up position, trains
of ammunition carts, lines of omnibuses
filled with provisions and medical stores.
There are no police; it is a word un
musical to the Volscian’s ears, and or
der was never better observed. It is
true, the “dangerous classes” of both
sexes have been expelled from the city,
and the deterus of the prisons transfer
red elsewhere. It is rumored that,
should the enemy effect an entrance into
the city, he must share the fate of the
citizens in the common destruction.—
Burning oil, molten lead, vitriol, will be
poured on the invaders from the houses,
by the women, while the men will fire
from the house-tops and from behind
formidable baricades. The houses may
be knocked down by the cannon; but
there is more probability of their being
blown up by their occupiers. Since the
citadel at u»aon business, it has become
the fashion to mine every place. Paris
has every prospect of being a heap of
ruins—another Niobe of nations ; but if
the last Prussian can be crushed beneath
the lest house and with the last citizen,
France will not consider the victory
A New Neutrality Proclama
Yesterday’s day telegrams informs us
that a special Cabinet meeting was held
in Washington, and the draft of a new'
neutrality proclamation agreed upon. —
The clamors of the potential Prussians
are not to be unheeded, and so the Gov
ernment is about to take the back track or
anew view on the trade in arms. Pre
sident Grant’s proclamation of a month
ago stated that the laws of the United
States “do not interfere with the open
manufacture or sale of arms or muni
tions of war,” and that “ all persons may
lawfully, and without restriction on ac
count of the existing state of war, manu
facture and sell within the United
States arms and munitions of war, and
other articles ordinarily known as con
traband of war.”
And this the President says is law.
The new proclamation, however, will
forbid “ our ports from being used as
depots ’’ for arms and munitions of war,
and this seems to form a distinction be
tween a wholesale and retail trade in
arms. A man may lawfully sell and, of
course, another lawfully buy arms and
munitions of war, but not in “ quantities
less than a gallon.” Neither buyer nor
seller can have enough on hand at any
one time to constitute a stock in trade
which would amount to what might be
called a depot. We trust the Procla
mation will state explicitly how many
guns and cartridges will amount to a
depot, so that we can all keep within
the law. But there is, at present, with
in the range of human knowledge, noth
ing more vague, uncertain and shadowy
than the neutrality laws.
[ Macon Telegraph.
A Praiseworthy Example. —At
the Terrel nomination for representative,
recently held in Dawson, Mr. Simmons
received 20 votes out of 33, composing
the Convention. Under the two thirds
rule however, this did not give him the
necessary majority. Afterwards when
a majority rule was adopted, Mr. Jones
was chosen by a vote of seventeen or
eighteen. Many of the friends of Mr.
Simmons have urged him to allow the
use of his name as an independent can
didate on the ground that it had been
piov -d that he was the choice of the
Cv.uvouti m. Rut this noble patriot ut
terly ret used to, do so, though on a for
ce o; n he had given way to pre
-1110 harmony of his party. He
v-■ ■ r b^ ; iho i v-er In such conduct.
no..iiu-;tiohs.'if' every dn • . inted aspi
raui v . . nuiiily <u*J destroy • heir action.
1 i_ Ott th O f 'rt Appeet l.
Terrible Casualty.—As the train
comiug from DuitoiL - tst Wednesday
night was passing Sugar V alley, it ran
over a man by the name of Andrew
Norrell, cutting ott his head and arms
and otherwise horribly mutilating his
Mr. Nonrel had been attending court
at Calhoun, and had been drinking too
much. The engineer saw him just be
fore the engine struck him. He was
lying across the track with his head
resting on a rail. It is not certain whe
ther he had purposely taken this position
or was too much stupified from liquor
to realize his situation. He leaves a
widow and five children.
Major George Hillyer, of Atlanta,
has been nominated for the Senate by
the Democrats of the 35th Senatorial
Quagmires of Jaumont.
TWO PRUSSIAN DIVISIONS
The battle of Mars la Tour,
August 18, was announced by King
W ifiiam in a cnspaftftfxo his Queen* as
resulting in a German victory.
contra, Marshal Bazaine claimed it a
decided victory for the French arms; 1
and subsequently, in the Corps Legisla
te, Count Paliako flatly contradicted his
Majesty, saying : “ I affirm to the con
trary. The Prussians were attacked
and driven into the quagmires of Jau
mont.” As murder will out, so sooner
or later we get at the truth of history.
Arid hefe it is in this case. The affair
is too horrible to be dwelt upon :
From La Patrie.j
Our readers will remember that on
the 18th, two Prussian divisions were
thrown into the quagmires of Jaumont
! by the troops of Marshal Canrobert.
A surgeon who assisted in that part
of the action gives us the following de
tails : “ The charge of our cavalry was
irresistible. They first drove the enemy
from the woods surrounding these quag
mires, then, arrived on the limit, they
drove them violently into the hole,
which swallowed almost an army. The
men fell one on top of the other, in a
terrible confusion. An entire regiment
It was an awfilTmfMrir
and horsefe. Ranks were thrown upon
ranks, and in their fall the soldiers were
killing themselves by fall upon the arms
of their comrades.”
One witness of that horrible scene
says: “ I have never seen the fear of
death reach such a degree.” Prince
Frederick Charles was beside himself
Tho surgeon from whom we have
these details, was made a prisoner against
the rights of war. He offered to Prince
Charles to take care of his wounded. —
“ Let him be shot!” said the Prince, in
a moment of exasperation. Staff officers
remarked to the commanding general
that it would be a grave affair, and con
demned by the rights of men. The
Prince was a little calmed, and author
ized the suspension of the execution
until the next day; however, the sur
geon was escorted to the outposts of the
Le Publico says: “ I have seen, re
lates an architect who was present at
Jaumont, a frightful spectacle; it is that
of that hideous osuarie (literally, bone
yard.) Imagine an immense abyss, in
which are stagnating a mass of bodies
in decomposition, cut, hacked, a mass of
brains and hanging flesh, There are,
may be, ten thousand Prussians there.”
A New View of tlie Election.
Athens, Ga., October 7, 1870.
Editor Constitution : With your per
mission I desire to call attention to some
important points in relation to the ap
proaching election in our State.
My position is this : The Democratic
party of Georgia should proceed to hold
the election on the Bth of November
next as though the Akerman election
bill had never passed. My reasons are
First, Admit, for the sake of argu
ment, that the election will take place
as provided in the Akerman bill, com
mencing on the 20th of December next,
and all the officers are elected according
to the provisions of the aforesaid bill,
the question of the constitutionality of
the election is then raised, and carried
to the Supreme Court, and that tribu
nal will, beyond controversy, hold this
infamous bill unconstitutional—the elec
tion therefore null and void. And the
Bth of November, the constitutional time
for holding the election having passed,
prolongation is secured.
But if the eieetion is held on the Bth
of November, I verily believe the Su
preme Court will hold it constitutional
and valid to all intents and purposes.
Secondly, I doubt our having any
election at all undor this bill. ’Tis true
the bill makes it the duty of the Gov
ernor to appoint managers, by and with
the advice and consent of the Senate.—
It merely being made the duty of the
Governor to appoint managers, is no
reason to Bullock why he should do it,
unless he sees that holding the election
will be to his interest.
But suppose the Governor does re
commend the names of managers to the
Senate for confirmation, where, Mr.
Editor, is any guarantee that the Senate
will confirm them ? Nay, is it not more
than probable that this Senate, in its
infamy, will extend the present session
o, or even beyond the Bth of November
nd then refuse to confirm the Gover
nor’s recommendations, which together
with an adjournment then, would defeat
any election in 1870 and as a natural
consequence secure prolongation.
Hence, I say, let us get out our can
didates and hold the election on the Bth
of November, and if any election is held
on the 20th of December, let us run the
same candidates at that time also.
These, Mr. Editor, are my views con
cisely stated on this point. Should they
meet your approbation I hope you will
amplify and urge them through your
Yours very truly,
The Reason Why
TICKETS SELL SO RAPIDLY IN
H. K. HICKS&Co’s. Grand RAFFLEdtSALE,
Is because the people are satisfied that it
\s NO HUMBUG , and that the property is
just what it is represented to be. Every
man, woman and child in the whole country
ought to secure a ticket, for this great op
portunity to secure a little fortune for ONE
DOLLAR will soon close. We feel confident
with a little energy, that the tickets will all
be sold by the time specified.
‘ Do not trifle with the fickle goddess,
But secure her favor while you may.”
Remember your money is deposited, and
wilTbe returned if the drawing does not take
place. Send in your orders at once to
H. K. HICKS & CO.,
septlfi—lux Calhoun, Ga.
Always on hand, the very but and cheapest
of Groceries. For sale by
DeJOURNETT & SON,
Cor. Broad & Bridge sts„ Rome, Ga.
I yon /’ i x r^ceiteh^^
r We are authorized to announce thb
1 name of W. M. RUSSELL as a candidate
| for Tax Receiver of Gordon county, at tlie
ensuing election in December next.
FOR TAX RECEIVER.
We are authorized to announce the
imme of JAMES M. REEVES, as a candidate
I for the office of Tax Receiver of Gordon
cdunty, at the enduing election in*December.
We are authorized to announce the
name of JOHN GRESHAM, as a candidate
for Sheriff of Gordou county, at the ensuing
election in December next. If elected, Mr.
G. W. TAYLOR will serve as Deputy Sheriff.
We are authorized to announce the
name of W. R. STEWART, as a candidate
for Sheriff of Gordon county, and JOHN
HUDGINS as Deputy, at the ensuing election
in December next.
for TAX COLLECTOR.
We are authorized to announce the
name of T. M. ELLIS, as a candidate for Tax
Collector of Gordon county. Election in
December next. * sep29te
FOR TAX RECEIVER 7
We are authorized to announce the
name of PRESTON C.‘ MOSS, as a candidate
for Tax Receiver of Gordon county. Elec
tion in December next.
Mr. Moss is an orphan boy, and has a fam
ily dependent on him for their support.
for CL'K SUPERIOR CVtelh^J
WK iH P AUTHORIZED to aibj J C^ U ’
date for Clerk ot the SuperKxrxTnri f inUtS
don courty, at the ensuing election in
December next. Sept 22-td
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
G. R. BOAZ respectfully submits his
name to the voters of Gordon county, as a
candidate for the office of Tax Collector at the
ensuing December election.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
WE are authorized to announce the name
of CLEMENT ARNOLD, ESQ,, as a suit
able man for the office of Tax Collector of
Goruoh county. Election in December next.
CALHOUN PRICES CURRENT.
Times Office, Oct. 13th, 1870.
Butter—3o, from wagons.
Bacon—Shoulders, lb 15@16
Clear Rib Sides, 18019.
Clear Sides, 19020.
Plain Hams, 18.
Chickens —from wagons, 15020
Coffee—Rio, lb 225@28.
Eggs—from wagons, 15cts.
Flour—from wagons, 3 cents.
Green Apples—so cents.
Iron lb 4J@B.
Lard lb 18@20.
Leather—Sole, lb 30040.
Upper, 50@1 00.
Kip Skins, each, $4 00@$5 00.
Calf Skins, $4 OOos7 00
Lumber—Dry, M. ft., $15020
Meal—From country mills slOllO.
Nails—Cut, $5 25@$8 00.
Oil —Tanner’s < <jp gal., $1 200140.
Kerosene, “ “ 75080.
Estrella, “ “ 40a50.
Castor, pts., $6 25.
“ } “ $3 00.
Irish, bushel, 50@60
Peaches—Dried, unpeeled, 4as—peeled 6a7.
Rags—Cotton, 3 cts., from wagons.
Rope—Manilla, lb 28@33 cts.
Machine, “ “ llal2£ cts.
Cotton, “ “ 80a50.
Salt—sack, $2 25.
Sugar—Brow”, lb 15a17.
Syrup—Muscavado, gal., 65a75.
Cuba Molasses, 50c qp gallon.
Golden, gal., slal 25.
Sorghum, gal., 60a75 cts.
Tobacco—Leaf, lb 20a30.
Medium, “ “ 60a75.
Prime, “ 90a$l 25.
Tea—sl 25a52 25.
Wool—Washed, lb 25a45 cts.
Feathers— lb 60.
Beaswax— lb 28.
Tallow— “ “ 10
Barley— bush 90a 1 00.
Oats— “ “ 40.
111 Calhoun, Ga.
Salt, per sack, $2,25
Sugar, 5 to 8 pounds for one dollar.
Coffee 4 “ “ “
Roswell Thread, per bunch, 1.60
Golden Syrup, 75c
Molasses, 45 to 50c
Clear Side Bacon, 20c
Nails, to 8c
Horse and Mule shoes, 81 “ 9c
Clinton Horse shoe Nails, 28c
All other articles in the Grocer}' line
We respectfully invite all to “come
septlstf PITTS & JOHNSON.
~~ MISS HELEN JONES’
OPENED in Calhoun, October 3rd, and will
continue for ten months, with ah inter
mission of one week’s vacation at Christmas.
Kates of Tuition per Session of forty
weeks, payable monthly:
Preparatory Department, S2O 00
Academic “ 30 00
Music “ 40 00
French “ 15 00
Contingent Expenses, 2 00
Charges commenced from time of entrance.
No deduction made for absence, except in
cases of proti’acted illness. oct6’7otf
A. W. BALLEW,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, &c.,
FACTORY YARNS, SHIRTINGS,
Self-Sealing Fruit Jars,
Railroad Street, - - CALHOUN, GA.
August 11, 1870,3 m
A Good assortment of New Mackerel,
White Fish, &c., &c., for sale bv
DbJOURNETT & 80N,
Cor. IJro*d & Bridge ids.. Rome. Ga.
Come, Everybody and Buy
N" E W
Ready-Made Clothing !
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.,
T*igf Brick Store !
WE are always prepared, with a full
and complete stock, to offer induce
ments to purchasers of
STAPLE DRY GOOD,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Wc also keep a large and choice Stock of
Which we are prepared to sell as Cheap as
anybody in this part of the country.
Our stock consists in part of
And, in fact, everything usually found in
a FIRST CLASS Family Grocery Store.
We are “regularly in” the
and pay the Highest Market Prices for
Wheat and Produce generally.
BOAZ, BARRETT 4t CO.
Calhoun, Ga., Aug. 11. 1870. ts
ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY.
Barrett & Maysoil —Auction & Com
mission Merchants, Mariette st., Atlanta, Ga.
J. H. Barrett, Auctioneer; A. S. Mayson,
Cas iier and Financial Manager. Consign
ments solicited. Cash advanced on goods in
M. Menko, Bro. & Co.—Dealers in
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, Clothing.
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
Liberal inducements offered to country mer
chants. 28 Whitehall st., 2 doors from Ala
bama street, (next to Jack’s Confectionery,)
Atlanta, Ga. sept29’7o-6m
HAIR DRESSING AND MILLINERY.
Ladies' Hair Dressing Establishment.
Madame wilda—No. 40, Whitehall st.,
Atlanta, Ga. Real and imitation Hair
Goods always on hand. Fancy and Orna
mental work done to order. aept29’7o-3m
MISS S. A. STROCK —Would inform
the public that she is prepared to do all
kinds of Millinery and Dress-Making; also,
Hair-work or Braiding done to order, and in
the neatest manner. Terms reasonable. All
work warranted. sept29’7o-3m
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OTIS JONES —Attorney at Law. Will
practice in all the Courts of Atlanta and
adjoining circuits. Office, corner Whitehall
and Alabama sts., Atlanta, Ga. sept29-6m
Fm. jack —Manufacturer and Deal
. er in all kinds of Candies, Crackers,
Canned Fruits, Pickles, Sauces, Nuts, Rais
ens, Cakes, Preserves, Jellies, Foreign Fruits,
Toys and Fancy Willow-Ware; also, Fancy
Family Groceries. sept29’7o-3m
$6,000 For One Dollar!
$6,000 For One Dollar!
Worth of Real Estate
To be Raffled for at Calhoun, Ga.,
OCTOBER 24th, 1870.
Every Ticket Guaranteed a Prize.
I $6,000 For One Dollar !
Raffle to be conducted by sis sworn Com
Agents Wanted— to whom a liberal com
mission will be given.
References —Col. W. H. Dabney, Atlanta,
Ga., and county officers. Send for circulars,
tickets, &c. to H. K. HICKS & CO.,
septlstd Calhoun, Ga.
ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE!
A LL, who know themselves indebted to the
A undersigned, are requested to come for
ward and pay up. Indulgence has ceased ta
be a virtue. I need and mast have money.
Verbum tat. [sepl-stf] R. M. YOUNG.
SOMEWHERE between Mr. Lays and Capt.
Jack Taliaferro’s, on the 6th of Septem
ber, a small Pocket Hunting Horn, which the
finder will much oblige by leaving it at this
office. M. M. ANDERSON.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrup, Rice, Cheese,
Pepper and Spice, and Factory Tarns in
abundance at DeJOURNETT & SON S,
Corner Store, Rome, Ga.
DeJournett & Son, Rome, Ga., will always
pay the very highest market price for Coun
w. and. Hoyt &xo.
No. 48, Broad st., ROHE, OA.
WUoiesale Agents For
Plantation Bitter,, California Vincjntr Bitter,.
td \\ tlder &Cos Preparations, Pemberton. Tavlor A IV, Pren’«
' , White Lead, and Linseed Oil '
All of which will be sold at Manufacturer’s Prices. -i s7< t
FOSTER / HARLAY,
Would remind the people of Cherokee
Georgia of the fact that they are still at their
old stand on the corner of Court House and
IN all streets, ready to supply every body’s
wants in the way of
STAPLE AM* TAtICY
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &e.
At as Low Prices for Cash as any other
man can possibly affoial to do.
They also keep a select stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &c.,
Which are sold at the lowest market prices.
Will pay market prices for all kinds of
Aug 11 1 ts
Soots and. Skioes
And many articles too numerous to men
tion. My stock is complete, my goods new
and fresh, and I anu determined not to be
Give me a call, at Gordon’s eld stand,
on Wall Street.
All kinds of count ryfproduce received in
exchange for goods*, and highest market
E. R. SASSEEN,
[Formerly of Atlanta, Ga .]
RESPECTFULLY announces to the travel
ling public, that he has refurnished and
refitted the above hotel, and is now ready to
accommodate all who may stop with him.
Rates moderate; and table furnished with
the best the market affords.
Calhoun, Ga., August 19th, 1870—ts
G. R. BOAZ,
KEEPS FINE STOCK, and Vehicles to
correspond, and is at all times pre
pared to furnish any kind of
AT VERY LOW RATES FOR CASH.
Stock bought and sold on reasonable
terms. aull ,ts
J. H. ARTHUR,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Cutlery, Notions &c.
Also keeps constantly on hand a choice
In all of which purchasers are offered in
ducements to buy.
Aug 11 1 Cm
C. J. THAYER & Cos.
(Next to Arthur't Comer.)
Court Home Streert , Calhoun Ga.
Always keeps on hand a good supply of al l
Fruits, Nuts aud Toys!
Coffee, Sugar, Snuff, Tobacco, &c.
We also keep a select stock of pure,
BRANDY, WINE, ALE AND PORTER
for Medicinal purposes.
Aug 11 1
M. H. JACKSON,
Family Groceries, Provisions,
Tobacco, Cigars, Wines, Liquors, &c.,
COURT HOUSE ST I, CALHOUN , GA.
MY Bar, in the rear, is always supplied
with the very best and purest of
BagF Give me a call.
augl9’7otf M. H. JACKSON.
FLOUR ! FLOUR!
1 GOOD lot of that splendid Flour made
A at VEACH A; CO’S. ADAIRSVILLE
MILLS, on hand and for sale by
W. H. MORRIS,
septlotf Calhoun, Ga
ANY' QUANTITY of “Fine Virginia Leaf ”
and Manufactured Tobaccos at
DtJOURNETT A SON’S,
C-'T. Broad A Bridge sts., Rome, Ga.
$(>,000 For One Dollar!
SICKNESS. PAIN & DEATH
~i ft atnr—w ipmuji jhul i—jli
legitimately res At as siiattirtoTTmiaWouso/
fiahirai laws, (roin which noneficMjt,
Y 1 * fcbeelt. the paliaori w*n *e*tq th#
dull ev», the clouded intellect, the d-ep heaving
the feeble and emaciated frame, ibr d.jacted
brow, the tottering gait, all indi«.te prrviod*
ir»nvrf.idrt|i of law Knowing that
» a -nn i# the ibi-l • f time all i Moment bongs
’■■■'l' “* r “U'v r Died' it mi nif tiitni rtintn
potri’ t; wbtl* woo do t,e»t not upon tbe
principle tha- “ debt vs are dar gwruus,” genctaiir
lose more Tin a ,»nd pay more ■ < mi,
ThntisHJul.t o' mother* and daogh 'era in all eta*
tions and conditions of (ts-. M re differing, liocer-
Th.t d.im. it, .iciim, thr, ogh. ut th, 1„.,h
miii breadth of our land. *
I ■ s>uffer •" *° m « Wl * T • • each month;
Jst?me girls are in great peiil at the
mav be attended with pain ; mar be irregular or
eniirelv cht eked, or changed in appearance, at
tended with mber dispersing svmptom*. I.eu
c-Arrbcea. or the “Whites, ’ fiequei.tlv drains the
system or ulceration ot tbe womb may create paia
and cause rapid prostration.
Falling of the womb is an eiceedirglv common
complaint, giving much trouble and distress,
which, uuder ordinary treatment, ia difficult to
Hysterics. Green Sickneas, liritability of th«
Womb, and other serious and fata’ complaints loL
low tbe ietnale sex throughout life. Lives •her*
a medical gentleman who has or can relieve tbe
fair sex ot tbe above troubles? Not many, la
there no combination of remedial agents that will
come to her icscue ? We answer, Yea.
ENGLISH Female BITTERS,
The only ack now lodged Uterine Tonic and Fsmal*
Regulator known, will cure all thnee complaint"
above mentioned in an incredibly short time. Tb*
Bitters at once arouses, strengthens and test Ore"
tbe womb to ita natural condition, removing ob”
atructions, relieving pain and regulating the
monthly period. Yonder stands a pale, feeble
and languid girl, just bursting into womanhood ;
sbe is the pride ol all, but bark I rhe silently steals
a pickle, eats chalk, or * slate pencil; no appetite
for food; abe turns with a dull eye and seeks sol
itude; her eye no lor ger sparkles; her merry
laugh is no lunge' heard ringing through tbe air?
•he mopes about with bloodless lips and gums,
with headache, palpitation, constipation, swim
ming ot the be d.cold leetand bands, melancholy;
sbe has a coated tongue, offensive breath, and a
boat of other evils too numerous to mention.
When neglected all these symptoms become
aggravated, there ia sick stomach, heartburn, a
dark line settles under tbe eyes, the legs and
ankles a>e swollen, the hair loses ita gloss and 1
•alls off, there ia brittleness and splitting ol lb*
finger-nails, swollen abdomen, extreme nervous
ness, fretfulness, pains and aches, dry cough.
Hysterical Fils, rap'd prostrati n, epilepsy and
dea»h! If you, or any of your friends, are thus
afflicted, send at once for a Bottle of English Fe
male Hitters and be cured. It* effects are magics?
in such complaints. Surely no mother will post
pone and delay this duty until
DEATH IS AT THE DOOR!
In all these complaints the system evidently
slows a want of red blood, and fclr. I’hu'chiU, in
his work on Diseases of Female", sat a; "Beating
in mind that the biood is remuikahk deficient in
red corpuscles, and the know properly ol ikon
to coned this cooditior, theor* riiygee's it as
ibe most to be *-ei e i on, the •• »t f w ieh is ibe
Curaie.” Citrate of Iron er>t* i> • i^,«\ int* ihe
cowpoMtio o' Kr.gitst FemaL ii- ters, V mbmed
with pow Mu’ veye b! •*. u ». <j •!„ ;
Among ihe mount .< i T » ? >e
wood" IM ri »i, .r,■ ■ i >-| ;• ,
a I! 1 vs
umie old mtdwtve: »« to •< ■ •
magic powers ;u i>goli ng ie- n'Vt ' c
uiaies suffering trim a. > ,«fi To .. , vo .
This root wc have '-bia ued - »cc- if ?,i>r *c%i t
our practice anti u in »..»w <.r, e ot w.e » .to c pie in
g etiie ’ .. ti - • ’• On. powi-i • uterine
and genf-ini tonfesui'dOMer'rotWif* ct'i j.ositior
We also aco Lepiaia’:• jor coot, n.ihcitot
!o act upou ibe iircr and .aa bnau!s >j.eri.
- xsr. v :r. ..^r.
BLOOMING YOUNG GIRLS.
Middle aged matrons, th<jse at the ctitical period,
ami tbe aged grandmother, art* aU cured by the
use ot our Female Hitters now prescribed
and u.-ed b> physlcinns all r>ver tbe count .nr.
If you ate troubled with Falling <>f th* W mb,
attended with a sense ol weigblartd beuiiugd"Wf)
pain in tbe back and s:de, and other a turn dar,'
evils, English Female Billets will g:ve entire ie--
Th'ise at tbe 4 turn of life,” morheiß alter con
finement, and all others (male or female) who are
convalescents fiom am pr< traded o» debilitating
compiaioi, w ho gain strut gih slow ly, and w b«x>e
digestion is slow and imperteci, wi I fiud hese
Hnters the veiy thing their eystrm demands. It
gives a power!ul appetite, aids and assists d<ges
lion, arouses tbs liver, strei gthens mentally and
physically, and fills the whole system with pura
crimson blood coursing through its chan- els.
Common Grog-Shop Bitters.
Err pty Bitter Bottles, of various styles, can btf
found around almost every dwelling and cabin
throughout the land. Their ta te is pieaiant, and
are advertised to cure almost every diseases
while the manufacturers know tl ey possess do*
medicinal properties whatever. They are so many
disguises for exceedingly common beverages
which do not, nor cannot possibly cure any one.
Beware of these piearant bitters in qnart bot
tles, they contain a sting for your vitals, and be
who bays them ca>rieg a “toper's” g-*-g into bi*
boose. One man who knows Dothing abou* med
icine, savs bis big bottles of common stuff will
cure chills and fever, rhumatism and consamp-*
tton ; another, whose bottle is very fancy, cure*
all impurities of the blood, makes old m-n vewng,-
casts nut devils, restores sight to the blind, and
numerous other miracles; while yet another, who
presumes every man a drunkard, proposal to Cura
colic, ingrowing nails, yellow fever. heart disease
and love ai'-k maidens !! We know tbey make
no such cures, we know tha people at large are
deceived and swindled, and as we desire to ven
tilate tbeae oooiumo humbugs make the follow
ing challenge to one and all:
That one teaspoonfnl of ENGLISH FEMALE
BITTERS contains as much medicinal prnpertiee
as one bottle of anv of the pleasantly tasted com
mon adrenised bitter* of the day 1 The medical
pro eseion to decide tbe question. Be it underi
stood that English Fatnafe Bitters if hot s bever
age, but is a powerful Iron and Vegetable Tome
combined, curing tong standing chronic female
complaints in every direction.
Put up in Isrge bottles at sl.sh ier b *t le. ni
six bottles for and sold by Drrggists and
J. P. DROMGOOI.E ft CO., Prop’s.
DROM6QOLE & CO. S BUCHU.
The beet and cbesp-at comb'natiort for all if-'
fecti- ns of the Kidneys «nd Bfadde ever offe>e<t
to the public. It is prepared by regular pbysi>
nans and n-ed bv th« profession.
Prc #1 or fa fx : ottles to- $-S Sold by Dmg-*
gist* and Merchants etervw her*
J P. DROMGOOLE ft CO
aeptß*7o-ly Memphis, Teem.