■ —f- , A —A.
The Agricultural Schools of
France.—The French schools of agri
culture are glacetl under tb* authority
of tVfi Minister of UoriiflUree an?l Agri
culture. They receive bf*i
and free pupils. Th'<f Candidates for ad
mission must be «ighteoo years of ftjzfc,
Frenchmen by birth, or naturalized;
and if they do not hold the diploma of
Bachelor of Science, they must undergo
an examination. The studies, practical
and theoretical, extend over two years,
and comprise a course of chemistry, en
gineering, sylviculture, viticulture, hor*
ticulture, and agricultural book-keep
ing. The practical includes the use of all
tools, implements and machinery ; the
planning and execution of all farm oper
ations ; practice in linear drawing and
surveying; manipulations of the labora
tory, analysis of soils and manures. —
The terms for boarders are 750 francs a
year; for externs and iree pupils, 250
francs. These last undergo no examin
ation, and are admitted only by a sp>
eial permission of the Minister. For
eigners are also admitted by permission
of the Minister. All the pupils who
pass satisfactory examinations, at the
close of their studies recieve a diploma,
and to the first two on the list, gold or
silver medals are awarded.
your horse, it is important to get one
that fits him, as both the animal and
yourself will thus be saved much an
noyance. The Harness and Carriage
Journal says :
“The plan adopted in the West, which
we are assured by men who have been
long in the collar business, does not in
jure the coliar in the least, Is to dip it
in water until the leather is thoroughly
wet, then put it on the horse, secure the
hames firmly, keeping it there until it
becomes dry. It is all the better if
heavy loads are to be drawn, as that
causes the collar to be more evenly fit
ted to the neck and shoulder. If pos
sible, the collar should be kept on from
four to five hours, when it will be per
fectly dry and retain the same shape ev
er afterward; and as it is exactly fitted
to the form ot the neck, will never pro
duce chafes or sores on the horse’B
Orchards and Poultry. —An ex
perienced orchardist says:
'\ he public has yet to learn the full
advantage of keeping p ultry. Few
seem to appreciate what they may do
among trees in n orchard of a quarter
of an acre, whore, they may be kept by
a picket fence four or five feet high,
putting in say 125 fowls, and observe
the result, lie will avoid the annoy
ance in the garden, of which so many
complain, while they will work among
the screes, doing just what is needed ;
keeping the ground well cultivated, and
destroying everything that can injure
the‘fruit trees, in the shape of bugs,
worms, or other insects, lay a large
number of eggs, which are a cash article,
to say nothing of the *chickens, which
will pay for raising at the present time.
I have tried it, and know it is so.
I have about 100 fowls, which have
worked admirably among my trees, keep
ing the ground in good condition, keep
ing off the insects, and promoting the
growth of the orchard. I am satisfied
that we have yet hi learn the full bene
fit which may be derived from the pro
per management of fowls, and it is quite
possible that the method I have sug
gested may offer the best way of getting
your apple orchards into bearing con
How Much Bacon was Consum
ed Last Season, and What it Costs
Us.—There is no possible reason why
the South cannot make its own supply
of meat. There is no section of coun
try which will not produce the hog, nor
does the climate effects prevent it being
properly killed and perfectly cured.—
Our agricultural journals, which very
rightly cry “plant more corn,” should
also add, “ raise more hogs, cure your
own meat and save your money.” From
one of our exchanges we find that the
South alone spent in meat last season
*30,000,000, or counting last year’s
crop of cotton to have averaged SIOO
per bale, it took 300,000 bales of cotton
to pay for meat alone.
We have never heard but one single
argument used by planters to explain
why they could not raise hogs, and that
was that the freedmen stole the stock,
having a liking for other peoples meat.
We cannot see any strength in this line
ot argument. Just as the freedman is
interested in his master’s cotton crop, so
so could he be made personally liable
for the hog crop.
What however is the truth, is that
the corn crop is utterly neglected, and
of course, where there is no grain there
can be no pork.
Should the present European war con
tinue, which would be likely to enhance
the price of all provisions, we should
think our plauters would take every
measure to insure them a stock of meat
made by themselves.— Savannah. AVira
TV iiat Becomes of oe
They are cut up in small pieces, and
these are put for a e uple s os days in
cloride of sulphur, the effect of which is
to make the leather very hard and brit
tle, When this is found to have been
effected, the material is drawn from the
action of the chloride of sulphur, wash
ed with water, dried, ground to powder,
a»d mixed with some substance which
causes it to adhere together-—for in
instimoo, shclLic, or any other resim us
material, or also good glue or thick
solution of gum. It is then pressed
into moulds, and then shaped into
combs, buttons, knife-hafts, <&o.
A CHILD was born in Attica, Ind., a
few days ago, with four well-defind
teeth ! Naturally clamorous for a living,
the teeth had to be extracted to give the
little fellow a chance.
s « ►
When the princess Helena was born
it was told the Princess Royal that she
had got a young sister. “O, that is de
lightful?” cried little innocent royalty.
4 ‘Po let me go and tell mamma.”
the Cbwago Eveiling Post.]
KC bn Treating.
THE UNTAMED AMERICANS SOCIAL
T 8 I U q,
s cystom causes more
genuine suprise and amusements among
tntvefiitfg fhreigtfefc*' than tKat which is
known iu our saioons as “ treating
consisting in the entertaiument ot two
or more with refreshments for which
one volunteers to pay. It is a pure
Americanism rmd-attvrvcT the republic
it is ’as common as in Europe it is un
known. Tliere is probably no minute
of any day in the year when two
hundred citizens of Chicago are not
guzzling something stronger than water
at somebody else’s expense.
The casual meeting of two men who
have exchanged a word together is
a signal for both instantly to exclaim,
“Come —let’s nave something \ n and
for both to dive down into the nearest
subterranean cavity below the sidewalk.
The one who spoke first, usually insists
upon “ paying the shot ” —the word
“ shot ” being a metaphorical reference
to the deadiy character of the contents
usually taken into the stomach. If two
old frieuds meet, the regular thing to
say first is, “ Let’s drink to old times,”
and the resident must invariably “ treat ”
T fo* Mi ze l 'upon IT is' ac
quaintances as often as possible, take
them to a saloon, and give them a com
plicated stand up drink at the bar.
If there is anything absurder than
this habit, we are unable to put our
fiugcr on it. Men do not always “treat”
one another to car-tickets because they
happen to meet on the same seat. We
never saw a man take out his pocket
book on encountering an acquaintance
and say -Ah, George! Delighted to see
you! Do take a few postage stamps!
It’s my treat!’’ Do men have a mania
for paying each other’s board-bills!—
And is drinking together more “ social ”
than eating together, or sleeping to
gether ? A
continents of Europe, of Asia and Afri
ca without seeing a man, except a Yan
kee, offer to “treaty” and tHe/Freneh
men are quite kteiaf ennfigh, but, whefa
they turn into a case to sip their wine
and brandied coffee together, each man
pays for his own. When two Germans,
long separated, meet, they will turn into
an adjacent beer-cellar, sit dow, and
drink lager and eat pretzels and chat,
hut when they part again each man set-
I ties his own score independently. So in
Italy. The Italians are proverbially
I merry and proverbially generous, but
every man pays for his own wine, ma
caroni and cigars. They never go into
each other’s pocket-books in the sacred
name of friendship. They would as
soon think of transferring to each other
their washer-woman’s bill.
The preposterous fashion of “treat
ing is responsible for the terrible
drunkenness in America. There would
be as little need of temperance societies
and as little work for the Good Temp
lars as there is in Germany,'France, and
Italy, if this pernicious and insiduous
habit was abolished. It is, take it all,
the most ridiculous, the mdst unreason
able, and the most pestilent custom that
ever laid its tyrannical hand on civilized
Mr. Brown, a minister of Jay coun
ty, I rid., had so many “calls” that he
had to leave that part of the State.—
There were calls in four directions for
him to act as father to four nice little
babies, but he preferred not to. Some
ministers are so modest.
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
Shelled corn 55
Corn iu the ear 70
Irish Potatoes go
Sweet Potatoes 55
White Beans go
Castor Beans **4s
Clover Seed 60
Blue Grass Seed 14
Dried Peaches 33
l)iied App es 24
Onions ” 57
Stone Coal go
Plastering Hair g
Unslacke^ 1 Lime so
Corn Meal ‘..AS
Ground Peas 24
A box 24 by 16 inches, 22 deep, contains one
barrel.*' •** •
A box 16 by 16 inches, 8 deep, contains one
A box 8 by 8 inches, 8 deep, conlains ore
A box 4 by 4 inches, 4 deep, contains half
A box 4 by 4 inches, 2 deep, contains one
Sa'es of Lani by Administrators, Executor, or
Guardtans are r, quired by law to be h Id on the
first Tuesday in he month between the hours
ofvn in dm fofenohn, and three in theaftenoon
« ’hr Oo.i-e m 'h-connt i- w* ich the
ropfcrtv is 'luna’ed. Terms of sale must be
tiec fdutrsi 8:-es mo -t be given in a pub'ic
’ ’ s! i v n r - ih ■ d*» of sab*.
N " f t«■su** of persona! property must
> d t!
N ■ to bd creditors of an estate
s - bt : -lit: 1 4 dav
\ uc- ■ Un' V '>i<a too wiil K madq to tbe
' ..()■, for !e vet sell laid, must be
‘published for-orse month. fJJ.i
a «n,g for U--Iters of Vdmioiatttvinn. Gnattri
» ;Jc , mu.'f j'ubiishe f S days—for dis
mission ftom Ados uistr.uion. thr«.> months; for
dismis io from Guardianship, 4" da\s
ly ilcs tor IqTv.iuSiqe . MiH'twsgej roust be
i '.plisfced irS»>• thb ttn four mji.ults -*for e tsb
1i..1,;r;s It st papers, for 'be full simee of three
'oonths—for rtonpellir.g titles from Executors or
'dm oi.-tra org. where bond has been gtvtn bv
th <!>''e.s ’d t e tn : spaoe ot three months.
J üb!ie-it;ons wi!! always be c<>nlinued accnrd
tng to these, the legat requirements, m ess oth
Rates for Legal Advertising.
Sheriff's S ties, per levy, $3 ftp
Mortgage fi fa Sales, per lew, 5 pp
Citation tor Administration or Guardia* sbi'», 4 00
“ “ bismissioD from ‘ 4 0
** * “ 44 Adm nistra’ioo, fi 00
Appl cation for leave to sell land, p*>r 1 rqr, 3 sip
E icb additional squ - e , 2 00
v of ice to Debtors and Creditors. 4 00
Land Sales, per one square, 3 50
Each additional square, 2 Of*
fviles of perish a bl<- property, per square, 250
Fstray Notices, 6 ) days, 7 yp
Notice to perfect set vice, g 00
Rule Ni Si, per square, 3 00
to establish lest papers, per square, 800
compelling titles, per square, 8 00
“ to perfect service in Divorces, 10 00
Application for Homestead, 2 insertions, 200
ELAM CHRISTIAN, Publisher.
NEW r GOODS
New Prices !
Just Arrived and Arriving
From New York I
TAKES pleasure in informing the
Trading. Fi&lic that he on hand
A LARGE and GENERAL Stock of
FALL S WINTER GOODS,
Which he has selected in person, with
special care to the LATEST STYLES
and CHEAPEST I’iUOKS, for articles
combining Beauty of* Finish with dur
ability of Texture.
My stock comprises everything in the
LINE, usuasly kept in this market.
aim kiuiiiiu ~ _J—, o
Lard, Flour, Syrup, Rice,
Teas, Liverpool Salt, Ac.
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
HARDWARE, Iron, Woodware, Oils,
Paints, Drus, Medicines, Dyestuffs, Hem-
Also, a good supply of the Athens
and Roswell Yarn always on hand.
In tlie Cel Ini',
Is supplied with every variety of Bran
dies, Wines, Cordials, Rum, Gins, &c.
Pure Corn Whiskey,
Mellow with age, from barrels soiled
with the dust of days agone.
My entire Stock has been purchased
in the best market in the country, at
Greatly Reduced Prices, and will be
Sold for CASH
As Low as the Lowest.
COUNTRY PRODUCE, at the
highest market price, taken in exchange
Call and examine my goods before
purchasing elsewhere. Nothing charged
for .showing them.
Fisk’s Patent Metalie Burial Cases
For ordinary interments, Depositing in
Vaults and transportation, they have no rival.
Made of most imperishable material. A good
assortment always on hand.
R. M. YOUNG.
WAGON & BUGGY
ZACHARIAH T. GRAY,
Respectfully announces to the people of
Gordon and surrounding counties that his
Wagon and Buggy Manufactory at
is now in full blast. He is prepared to fur
nish any style buggy or wagon at
AND AT —
PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION.
My work is well known to many of the
people of North Georgia, and speaks for itself.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
DONE AT SHORT NOTICE.
In connection with my establishment is a
blacksmith shop, where all work in that line
is promptly attended to.
The best of Workmen
are employed in every department, and en
tire satisfaction always given.
Aug 11 1 ts
J. 1). TINSLEY.
CALIIOCX ; : : .- .• GEORGIA.
ALL styles of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry
neatly repaired and warranted.
J. h 7 CAVAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars,
No, 11 Granite Block ,
Broad Street, - ATLANTA, GA.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE
Celebrated Cincinnati LAGER BEERand ALE
sept 29 For the State of Georgia. 3ra
G. H. & A. W. FORCE,
SIGN OF THE
BIG IRON BOOT,
Whitehall Street, : : : Atlanta, Ga.
BOOTS. Shoes and Trunks, a complete Stock
and new Goods arriving daily! Gents’
Boots and Shoes, of the best makes. Ladies’
Shoes of a 1 kinds. Roys. Misses and Children’s
Shoes of every grade and make.
I-V?~ We *r prepared to offer inducements to
holesale Trade. sept 2 ,’7O-ly
Two River Farms For Sale.
ONE, two and a half miles north of Resaca,
on the W. & A, R. R.—containing about
500 acres—two settlements.
One, one and a half miles north-east of Re
saca—containing 160 acres.
Will be sold at a bargain if early applica
tion is made to J. H. BARNETT,
sept27o-0m Risaca, Ga.
Cooking Stoves !
WOULD inform the public that they are
prepared to fill all orders in the
At as LOW PRICES as any similar estab
lishment in Cherokee Georgia.
Our work is put up by experienced work
men, and will compare favorably with any
in the country.
In these days of Freedom, every good
husband should see that the “goot wife
is supplied with a good
—* ia miide r . . r _.v« .u luiuisu any sue
or style desired at the Lowest Possible
Give us a call. aull.tf
CHEAP CASH STORE
The undersigned, having purchased the
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES
of JOSEPH O. DOBBINS, now offers them
Come around and give mo a eall, and
examine for yourselves.
I solicit a liberal patronage and I propose
to sell for
VERY SMALL PROFITS
H. C. HUNT.
Ang 11 1 ts
BALLEW & MARSHALL,
Always on hand a good supply of
BACON, LARD, ELOUR, MEAL,
SUGAR, COFFEE, RICE,
And, in fact, a full and complete assortmen
of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We also keep one of the best Stocks of
Wines and Liquors
in this part of the country.
! f you want good. fr« sh Groceries, or Fine
Old Whiskies, Brandies, or Wines, give us
W. W. BLASINGAME,
Main Street, next door to 11. C. Hunt,
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
WINES & LIQUORS,
ALWAYS on hand Superior old fashioned
CORN and RYE WHISKEY, Pure, Cognac
Brandy, Sherry, Madeira and Port WINES,
xpressly for medicinal purposes.
Pure Old Peach, Apple and Blackberry
Brandies always on hand.
Give me a call if you want Good Liquors.
One complete set of BAR FURNI
TURE for sale. aull,3m
Manufactures all Kinds of
Os the best material this country affords,
and very superior in style and workmanship,
which they offer to the public and the gen
eral trade, as low as can he afforded.
Chairs & Bedsteads a Speciality.
Blinds, Doors, Sash and Job Work, to or
der, on short notice.
Dr. D. G. Hunt is our Agent at Calhoun,
Ga., and keeps a good supply of Furniture
on hand. J. W. WALKER, Sup’t.
L. D. Palmer, Secretary. aug26’7o-ly
SHARP, BOROUGHS ;CO.
84 Whitehall st., :::::: Atlanta, Ga.
MANUFACTURERS Agents for the sale of
Virginia and North Carolina Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco, and Wholesale dealers
in Cigars, Snuffs, Pipes, &c. Leaf Tobacco
a speciality. augl93m
(. ESTABLISHED IN 1855.)
AUGUSTA , GEORGIA.
sept 22 1870 ly
Gordon County Farmers, whenever you
visit Rome don’t fail to call op DeJournett &
Son for Groceries.
DtEtTG STORE !
DR. D. C. HUNT.
PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS.
Also, Agent for the
GREAT SUMTER BITTERS,
Corner of Railroad and Court House streets.
My splendid Soda Fount is now in full
blast, with pure Syrups to suit the taste
of all. Aug 11 I—ts
Groceries at Atlanta Prices!
PITTS & JOHNSON,
Wholesale and Retail
And dealers in
And North Georgia and Tennessee Produce
Our facilities for Buying are unsurpassed,
and we are enabled to furnish
Country Merchants and Planters,
of this section with
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
AT ATLANTA PRICES.
We pay the Highest Market Prices In
Greenbacks, for Wheat.
A trial is only necessary to convinc
the people that we
Mean What we Say.
BgyCall and See us, on South side of
Court House Street.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870. ts
T. M. ELLIS. W. M. COLBURN.
ELLIS & COLBURN,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS
AND all kinds of work usually done in a
First Class Boot ami Shoe Shop.
We keep constantly on hand and for sale.
Harness and Sole Leather,
Also, a good stock of SHOES and SHOE
FINDINGS, which we will sell
Cheap fox* Cash.
Boots and Shoes made to order at Short
Notice. In this department we employ the
best of workmen, and guarantee satisfac
We pay cash for all GOOD HIDES.
ELLIS & COLBURN.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870.
DR. J. BRADFIELD’S
certificates of its wonderful cures, the reader
is n f *rred to the wrapper around the bottle.
For sale by all Druggists. Price, $1,50
Celebrated Liver Medicine,
ONE of sbe Great-*' Remedies of tbe age. for
all disease* of the Liver Jaundice, Bowel Com
plaint, Colic, Chills and Fever and Billious Fe
ver. in fact al> diseases arising from a deranged
These Pill* have b*en used for the last fifteen
years, and for Headache, Deranged Liver, Ac.,
are without an equal.
DR. PR OPIIIT TS A GUE PIL LS.
A snre CUBE for CHILLS and FEVER.
Cures all derangement* oi ibe BO WEES.
Dr. Prophitt’s Pain KiU It
Thi* celebrated Medicine *bou>d be in everv
household. It is a certain cure tor all Pains, and
antidote to Bites of Poisonous insects, Snakes.
Ac. A superior remedy for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia. TRY IT.
All the above articles tor sale by Dr. D. G.
Hunt, Druggist, Call oun, Ga. sept?? 70-1 j
IS one of the great
est blessings that has
ev«r been given to wo
man. It will relieve
Suppression, M o n t h ly
i Neuralgia, and a cer
tain cure for the Whites
and Prolapsus Uteri.
For full particulars,
history of diseases and
J. C. RAWLINS, Prop’r.
BROAD ST., ROME, OA.
Passengers taken to and from the Depot Free
of Charge oet#7otf
ROME , GEORGIA ,
J. A, STANSBURY, Proprietor.
rp HE above Hot** is I. cated within Twenty
I Step# o r the Railroad Plat orm Baggage
handled free ot Charge. o t6’7otf
ALBERT O. PITOER. HKNET H. SMITH.
PITNER & SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers & Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
PURE KENTUCKY WHISKIES, &c.
No. 20, Corner Broad 4 Howard st*..
ROME , - - GEORGIA
0ct6,l 870-1 y
Boot & tfhoe Store in Home, Ga.
M. F. GOVAN & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS and dealers in all
kinds of Boots and Shoes, Calf-Skins,
Leather and Trunks. Our Boots and Shoes
are warranted and will be repaired free of
cost, if they require it before they need a half
sole. M4.Merchants supplied at New York
DR. J. KING offers a bargain in a splendid
Farm, situated on the
CALHOUN dr ROME ROAD ,
Seven miles from Calhoun, containing seven
hundred and twenty acres—three hundred
acres under a fine state of cultivation. Some
of said land lies within 300 yards of the S. R.
&D.R. R. Said land can be divided into
tour different farms to suit purchasers.—
Buildings and fencing in good order. A bar
gain can be had in the above by applying im
mediately to Dr. C. King, on the premises,
or DR. J. KING, Rome, Ga.
CALL the attention of dealers to the fact
that they have just received the largest
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &e.,
ever offered in the Cherokee country, and
can furnish them at exactly New York prices.
Call and be convinced. sept22’7o-ly
Bones,, Brown & Cos., I J. &S. Bones &. Cos.,
Augusta, Ga. Rome, Ga.
Established 1825. | Established 1889.
J. &S. BONES & CO.
•*> * j-•a + • I.I J iTI \ . * Jk, Jr
CUTLERY, GUNS, &c.
V ILL offer for sale, the coming season :
350 Tons Swedes Iron,
75 Tons “Jenks” Plow Steel,
A LARGE LOT OF
Imported Cutlery and Files,
Together with a full assortment of GEN
WE tire Agents for R. HOE & CO'S. Pat
ent Inserted Tooth Circular Saws; Machine
Belting, Orange Rifle Powder, and Komt
Iron Manufacturing Co's. Merchant Bar Iron
All of above to compete with any House
Life Insurance Cos.
OF MACON, GA.
Capital, - - - $500,000.
Deposited with St te Authorities for pm <■
tion of Policv-holders. and realii n
at least S per cent., $150,00*-
All Policies Including “Ordinary Life.
Non-Forfeiting and so Provi
ded in the Policy.
No Restrictions on Residence
*fag“PREMIUMS AS LOW AS IS
*®-PATIBLE WITH SAFETY.-^*
RETURN PREMIUM AND JOJ Nt L. Ft.
JCIES ALSO PARTICIPATE
A loan of One-Third t’ e Premium gi\
en. when desired, on a 1 kinds of Poli
cies and no Notes taken therefor.
1,800 POLICIES ISSUED;
LOSSES PAID, $32,500.
Dividends Declared Annually After
The Second Year.
Wm. B. JOHNSTON. Pres’t.
W. S. IIOLT, Vice-President.
Gko. S. Obkab. Secretary.
J. W. BURKE, General Agent.
C. F. McCAY, Act’y.
J. MERCER GREEN. Med. Ex.
. G. HTNT, Med. Ex. at Calhoun, Ga.
it wanted. Apply to
WM. «J. MAGLLL, Supt. of Agencies.
Established in 1850.
TANARUS, R. RIPLEY,
Removed to Peachtree Street,
Wholesale Dealer in
CROCKERY & GLASSWARES,
lI7ILL duplicate any Bills bought in any
M Market, to the amount of One Hun
dred Dollars, and upwards, adding Freight.
P. S. All Goods guaranteed as represented
from this House. Aug 10 ly
CJTATE OF GEORGIA, Gordo* <*>, vt T ~'
O If. Gimrdi*. * / C., M a .YA
ing applied to the Court of Ordinary <■♦
county for a his Guardian*;.:
of J. C. Cwin's perron and proper. t;
is therefore to cite all persons concerned 'M
show cause, by filing objections in .
why the said H. K. Hicks should not be <l,l
missed from his Guardianship of J. C. Ci.il
and receive the usual letters of dismission
Given under my official signature tk ,
Sept. 29th, 187 U L>. W. NEEL.
ONE month after date, application will he
1 made to the Court of Ordinary of Gordon
county, Georgia, or the first regular term af
ter expiration of one month from this notUv
for leave to sell the lands belonging to th*
estate of J. C. Longstreet, late of said coun
ty, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said deceased.
W. H. DABNF.Y, Adm'r,
sept29-lm [de bonis non of J. C. Longer**
STATE OF GEORGIA. Gordon Covntt -
Whereas, F. U. Cooper, administrator of
Henry Cooper, represents to the Court of Or
dinary in his petition, duly filed and entered
on Record, that he ha* fully administered
Henry Cooper's estate. This is, therefore, u
ci*e and admonish all persons concerts-*
kindred and creditors, to show cans \ if
they can. why said administrator should not
be discharged from his administration, and
receive letters of dismission, as p escribed
by law. Thia August 31st, 187 U
sept2Gm D. W. ItEEL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, €K>RDO?HN>UNTY, .
Obdikabt's Orru B. Aug. LI, 70. f
ALL persons interested. are hereby notified
that Thos. L. Tanner, of the lod-lth 1i.,.
trict, G. M., tolls before Lawson Fields and
O. H. Davis, Freeholders of said District. »<
Estrays, one yoke of Oxen, taken up by
T. L. Tanner, in Sugar Valley.
Said oxen appraised to be worth ► i«n ; ,
ty-five dollars; one of the oxen, dqn *
white back and belly, and tv t, f , ;
in right ear with an under-hit; inttc 1
With a Miioothe crop, armHhc nil r o\. i
sides, and blnck ami white speckled l«,ek amt
belly; the ends of 1 is horns are ,j .a)
had a medium size bell on, marked ,i. (
ear with a swallow fork, the left »-ar wall IP
under-bit; no other niavks or brands per
ceivable; supposed to he 5 or fi years old.
The owner of said estrays is ed tor t
forward, pay charges.atul take m l v
away, or they will be dealt with u
directs. A true extract from the e
sept2-30d D. W. XTTT. < .
. lon i c
s FPETIr t
DOWlB.M01 ? E«DAl/|Sj
a WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
IS PLEASANT to the Taste, EXHILARA
TING to the Body, imparting VIGOR and
STRENGTH to the CONSTITUTION. A
Purifier of the BLOOD, a Regulator of the
whole NERVOUS SYSTEM. DYSPEPSIA
or INDIGESTION is speedily cured by tho
use of this TONIC. It is a specific as a pre
ventative of FEVER and AGUE, and restorer
of the natural powers when broken down by
continued attacks of the enervating disease.
FEMALES, whose constitutions have be
come Nervous and Debilitated through seden
tary habits and close confinement to household
or other domestic duties, will find Simtei
Bittf.rs the true Tonic, possessed of
For sale by Dr. D. G. HUNT. Physiciai
and Druggist,Calhoun. Ga. aug2R’7o-8u»
The Great Medical Discovery l
Dr WALKER’S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their wonderful
WHAT ARE THEY?
THEY ARE NOT A VILE
For Female Complaint*, whether In young or old, mar
ried or single, at tho dawn or womanhood or the turn oflife, these Ton
ic Bitten nave no equal; are Bale and reliable In ail forms of diaaase.
Mad* of Poor Bum, Whisker, 'Proof Spir
it*. and Refuse Liquors, doctored,
and sweetened to please the taste, called “To:. - *
« Appetisers, ” “ Restorers," Ac., that lead the
tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are s trie
MViicine, made from the Native Roots and
Herbs of California, free from all AlooholiO
stimulants. They are the QBE AT BLOOD
PUaiFLEH and LIFE GIVING PBIN
rUPT.R, a perfect Renovator and In vigor* tor
of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter,
and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitten, according to
directions, and remain long un w-.L
AIOO will be given for an incurable ease, pro
viding the bones are not destroyed by mineral
poisons or other means, and the vital organs
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Bor Inflamm tory and Cfcr onio Rheu
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi
gestion, Bilious, Bemittent. and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bit
ters have been most successful. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
i, generally produced by derangement ox
ti invigarate the stomach, and stimnists
the torpid liver and bowels, which reader them
of unequalled efficacy in cleansing the btoodof
all imparities, and importing new life sad vigor
to i>y«pepa2 - or’ Indigestion, Headache,
Shoulder*, Coughs,Tightness of tha
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Bad Tastei in
the Mouth, Billions Attacks, Palpitationof the
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urrna, P*mm
the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
painful symptoms which are the offsprings of .
Dyspepsia, are cured by there Bitters.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yoo flod
its impurities bursting through the skin un Fna
ples. Eruptions, or tores: SeaneeW whenitis
foul, and yoor feelings will tell voa whemKeep
the biood pure and the health oi the system w;J
fc ps’, TAPE, and other WORMS, taktaff*
the system of so many thousands, are effectually 4
around each bottle, printed in four langu»«»- «
» * ]
Proprietor. R. H
San and *3 and W Com- ;
ALL DRUGGISTS AND ,
DEALERS. '' >
Tker are a OeatlePargatlvs M wall *a*T<mte,poe» re
ing also, the peculiar merit ot acting as a powerful agent in relieving
Congestion or Inflamm at ion of the liver, aiul all the Visceral Organa