The Grasses and Pastures in
On all lands in Georgia, with a good
dry subsoil, clover will grow well, if the
soil be naturally or artificially rich
enough. In northwestern Georgia, on
fresh land, clover does admirably. In
middle Georgia heavy manuring is gen
erally necessary, the cost of which may
be repaid by its application to wheat
with which the clover is sowed. It must
be lightly grazed during the heat of sum
mer, but grazing may be commenced in
April, interrupted in July and August,
and resumed in September, continuing
until January. The stubble fields will
carry the stock well during the inter
Hcrdsgrass and timothy thrive well on
rich bottom lands of a close texture
throughout the State. The most valua
ble of all forage plants is lucerne. This
grows as well in Georgia as in I ranee,
and in the quantity and qualify of the
hay produced is unrivalled. On lands
made very rich it may be cut five times
during the summer, yielding a ton at
each cutting, commencing in April.—
The price of hay in Georgia is never
less than twenty dollars per ton ; now it
is more than twice the amount. On ma
nured lands blue grass, meadow, oat
grass, orchard grass, vtjrnal grass, grow
during the winter. If these are kept
shut up from June until December, and
stock is then turned upon them, horses,
mules, cattle, and sheep will need no oth
er food, and will keep fat. They thus
do their own mowing and hay raising.
What a diminution of expense in stock
raising. What a saving in costly barns.
W T hat a singular advantage of climate. —
The writer exhibited at the State fair
five three-year old Ayrshire heifers from
parents brought from Scotland by him
self, which never had been fed beyond
what they had obtained by grazing, and
had never been under a shelter. They
were well grown, perfectly fat, and quite
equal to heifers of the same age in Scot
If it will pay to manure a meadow on
which the expense of cut ing and curing
hay is to be incurred, and also of barn
to store it in, much more will it pay to
manure land for winter pasture, on which
nn equal amount of sGick is kept, with
out after expense. When land is made
rich and sowed down to winter grass it
is quite possible to raise good cattle,
colls, and sheep, without any other ex
pense than interest on land, salt, and oc
casional attention. If these winter pas
tures are laid dowr in thinned woodland,
the additional advantage is derived of
doing away with dead capital in wood
land. besides feeding a number of hogs
as the acorn and chestnut rarely fad in
thinned and pastured woodlands. — lieu.
C. W. Howard.
Wheat Experiments. —The editor
or the Petersburg Index has been test
ing different kinds of wheat, and gives
the productive capacity of each under
high culture. Georgia white, 85 bush
els to the acre; Diehl 30 bushels; Amer
ican white 40 to 45 bushels; white chaff
Mediterranean, moderately productive;
Russian amber, 30 t 035 bushels; Hun
garian red, 25 bushels; White blue
stem, 35 bushels; Poarch, 30 to 35 bush
els; Week’s, 25 bushels; Bough ton. 30
to 35 bushels; early May, 25 bushels;
Oceanica, 25 bushelr; German amber,
35 to 40 bushels. The editor says it is
a shame that our farmers put up with
15 to 20 bushels to the acre, when with
proper attention, to the crop it should be
no uncommon thing to cut 50 bushels to
Cause and Cure of Poll Evil. —
Poll Evil results from neglect or abuse.
If the opening into the tumor be con
tracted, enlarge it with the knife; shave
away all surrounding hair; wash it with
Castile soap and tepid water, and apply
a solution of carbolic acid and glycerine
(twelve or fifteen drops of the acid to an
ounce of glycerine) to the part —which
will, with attention to the diet and clean
liness, effect a cure.
Bone Dust for Poultry. —A cor
respondent of the Ohio Farmer, says :
Last winter I procured two barrels of
bone, intending to use it for Irish pota
toes and other garden crops. My wife
appropriated some of it for her roses in
the flower gardon, by simply strewing it
on the surface of the ground around the
bushes. The fowls have free access to
the garden, and were discovered eating
the meal very eagerly. Thinking it
might be of service to them, we gave
them some, for several weeks, and I as
sure you it was but a short ame before
the eggs began to come in such numbers
as we had never known before.
Glycerine and its Uses. —Com-
paratively but a few years have elapsed
since glycerine was thrown away as a
waste product from soap and stearine
candle works. Now it is one of the most
useful products. Tubs and pails satura
ted with it will neither shrink nor dry
up. Leather soaked in it keeps moist
and pliable. It is used for extracting
the perfume of flowers, to preserve ani
mal substances from decay, and hence is
valuable for preserving purposes. It is
amployed in pharmacy, dyeing, brewing,
liquor making, wine keeping, and a vast
variety of other purposes. With nitric
acid it forms nitro-glycerine. one of the
most powerful explosives known.
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UPHASTS DEPILATORY FOWPER.—
L Removes superfluous hair in Jive minutes,
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Colors the whiskers and hair a beautiful
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A Clergyman, while residing in South Ameri
ca as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple
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using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any
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Has furnished this road with some of their
which arc run on all night trains.
B. W. WRENN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A. L. HARRIS, M. T. and Supervisor.
FOSTER BLODGETT, Sup’t.
L. M. HARRIS, Southern Passenger Agent.
I WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Calhoun and vicinity, that I have
opened a shop
Over J. H. Arthur's Store,
where I may be found at all times, ready to
execute in the best manner, all work in mv
An experience of twenty warrants
me in assuring my patrons of entire satisfac
tion in every instance. Special pains will
be taken in cutting suits to be made by other
persons. 6. T. PARKER.
Calhoun, Ga., Nov. IQ, 187(Mf
W. T. HALL & BRO.,
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
And wc are prepared so furnish any size
or style desired at the Lowest Possible
Give us a call. aulljf
CHEAP CASH STORE
The undersigned, having purchased the
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES
of JOSEPH 0. DOBBINS, no>v offers them
Come around and give me 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
WAGON & BDGGY
Z. 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
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
arc employed in every department, and en
tire satisfaction always given.
Aug 11 1 ts
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine.
The Perfection of Mechanism,
For Hemming, Felling,
Binding, Cording, Braiding,
Seaming, Quilting, Tucking,
Ruffling, Hem-Stiching, and Gathering.
Simple, Compact, Efficient, Durable,Complete
Every Machine Warranted for Five Years.
Equally Good so? Fine or Heavy Work.
It is a triumph of Mechanical Genius.
THIS UNEQUALLED MACHINE
Uses a Straight Needle,
Makes the Lock-Stitch (alike on both
sides), Has a Self-Adjusting Tension,
and is adapted to everv variety of sewing for fam
ily wear, from the lightest Muslins to the heav
iest Cloths, and will even sew Leather.
$25, $37, S4O and $75.
It will Hem, Fell, Bind. Cord, Braid, Seam,Tuck,
Ruffle, Hemstitch, Gather, and Sew on at the
same time, and will work equally well
on Silk, Linen, Woolen and Cotton
Goods, with Silk, LiDen or
Cotton 1 bread.
This Machine is adapted to the wants of
Tailors, Dress-Makers, Seamstresses,
Manufacturers of Clothing, Shirts.
Skirts, Corsets, Ladies’ Boots, Um
brellas, &c. Send for Circular.
E. F. REDFIELD & CO.,
Persons clubbing together, and ordering Five
of these Machines at one time, will be entitled to
One M.*'.hine Extra, same kind as others oi>
Th is wul put our machine within the reach of
all. We guarautee our Machine First Class in
every respect. E. F. REDFIELD k CO.,
novl 1/70—ly Jasper, Tenn.
ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE!
ALL, who know themselves indebted to the
undersigned, are requested to come for
ward and pay up. Indulgence haseeased t»
be a virtue. I need and must have money.
Verbum sat. [seplfitf ] R. M. YOUNG.
T. M. EL LI 3. | W. M. COLBUBN.
ELLIS & COLBURN,
Boaz’s New Building, Railroad st.,
Manufacturers ami Dealers in
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS
AND all kinds of work usually done in a
First Class Boot and 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 for 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.
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 Til
Greenbacks, for Wheat.
A trial is only necessary to convince
the people that we
Mean What we Say.
s£gf"Cu 11 and See us, on South side of
Court House Street.
Calhoun, August 11, 1870. ts
R E Si
PREVfNTS CHltt STI 5Tl
a WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
h. ■ —,7, -i >r
IS PLEASANT to the Taste, EXHILARA
TING to the Body, imparting VIGOR and
STRENGTH to the CONSTITUTION. A
Furifier of the BLOOD, a Regulator of the
whole NERVOUS SYSTEM. DYSPEPSIA
or INDIGESTION is speedily cured by the
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 Sumte*
Bitteks the true Tonic, possessed of intrinsn
For sale by Dit. D. G. HUNT, Physician
and Druggist, Calhoun, Ga. aug2tj’7o-fin>
DK. J. BRADFIELD’S
IS one of the great
est blessings that has
|g|r* ever been given to wo
e man. It will relieve
PP res *i° n y M o n t h ly
\ Neuralgia, and a cer
tain cure for the Whites
A and Prolapsus Uteri.
history of diseases and
certificates of its wonderful cures, the reader
is referred to the wrapper around the bottle.
For sale by all Druggists. Price, $1,50
Celebrated Liver Medicine,
ON E of the Greatest Remedies of the age, for
all diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Bowel Com
pla.nt, Colic, Chills aDd Fever, and Billious Fe
ver. In fact, all diseases arising from a deranged
ANTI-BILIO US PILL S.
These Pills have been used for the last fifteen
years, and for Headache, Deranged Liver, Ac.,
are without an equal.
DR. PROPHITTS A G UE PILLS ,
A sure CURE for CHILLS and FEVER.
I)R. PR OPIIITT’ S
Cures all derangements of the BOWELS.
Dr. Prophitts Pain Kill It
This celebrated Medicine should be in every
household. It is a certain sure for all Pains, and
antidote ta Bites of Poisonous insects, Snakes,
Ac. A superior remedy for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia. TRY IT.
All the above article* for sale by Dr. D. G.
Hunt, Druggist, Calhoun, Ga. »ept297o-ly
and Prolapsus Uteri.
virtue of an order from the Court of Or
dinary of Gordon county, will be sold be
fore the court house door in the town of Cal
houn, on the first Tuesday in January next,
between the usual hours of sale, lots of land,
•No. 200, in the 14th district and 3d section.
Sold as the property of J. C. Longstrect, de
ceased, for distribution amongst the heirs.
Terms, onc-third cash, and the balance on 0
months time, with bond for title. This Nov.
23, 1870. W. 11. Dabxey, adm’r,
nov24tds de bonis non.
ItuleNhi to Forelose Mortgage.
Georgia, cordon county.—October
Term Gordon Superior Court, 1870.
W. E. Ward, and his wife, Georgia A. Ward.
L. Y. Parks, Trustee. &c., and his wife, Isa
bella A. Parks.
Upon hearing the foregoing petition, it is
ordered, that Defendants pay into Court, on
or before the first day of the next term of this
the principal and interest on said note
and the cost of this proceeding, or show cause
to the contrary. And that on failure to do.
the equity of redemption to the Mortgaged
premises shall be barred and forever fore
closed. And it is further ordered that notice
of this rule be served upon the said defend
ants personally three months, or by publica
cation once a month for four months previous
to the next court.
R. D, HARVEY, Judge, presiding.
This is to certify that the above and fore
going is a true transcript from the minutes of
Gordon Superior Court. This Nov. 22, 1870.
nov24-4m 11. C. HUNT, c. s. c.
GEORGIA, Gordon County.
Q. R. Nolan, Adm'r, and Hci. Fa. to
M. V. McConnell, Att’y, &c., revive judg
es ment in Gor-
Miles 11. 11 ilson. don Sup.co’rt
Octobkb Tkum, 1870.
IT appearing to the Court from the return
of the Sheriff in the above stated case, ami
from other evidence, that the said defendant
does not reside in this State. It is ordered
by the Court that service of said scira facias
be made and perfected on said defendant by
publication in the Calhoun Times, a public
Gazette of said State, once a month for four
months, previous to the next term of this
Court, R. D. HARVEY, Judge, presiding.
Tliis is to certify that the above and fore
going is a true transcript from the minutes of
Gordon Superior Court. This Nov. 22. 1870.
nov24-4m H. C. HUNT, c.n.c.
pEORGIA, GORDON COUNTY.—W. gTc.
IT Dillard sr., having applied to be appointed
Guardian of t lie person and property of Sam
uel R. and John R. Stewart, minors, under
fourteen years of age. residents of said coun
ty. This is to cite all persons concerned, to
be and appear at the term of the Court of
Ordinary, to be held next after the expira
tion of thirty days from the first publication
of this notice, and show cause, if any they
can, why said IV. G. C. Dillard, Sr., should
not be intrusted with the Guardianship of
the person and property of said minors. This
Nov. 2, 1870. D. W. NEEL, Ord'y.
pEORGIA, GORDON COUNTY.—Osborn
vT Reeves, having applied to be appointed
Guardian of the person and property of John
11. and Martha Dye, minors, under fourteen
years of age, residents of said county. This
is to cite all persons concerned, to he and ap
pear at the term of the Court of Ordinary to
be hold next after the expiration of thirty
days from the first publication of this notice,
and show cause, if any they can, why said
Osborn Reeves should not be entrusted with
the Guardianship of thcabove named minors.
This October 20th, 1870.
oct27-40.l D. W. NEEL, Ord’y.
JLiile IriKiTi*iinc?e Cos.
OF MACON, GA.
Capital, - - - 8500,000.
Deposited with St>.te Authorities for protec
tion of Policv-holders, and realizing
at least 8 per c*nt, $150,000.
All Policies Including “Ordinary Life,”
Non-Forfeiting and so Provi
ded in the Policy.
No Restrictions on Residence
t@~PREMIUMS AS LOW AS IS
JfcgrPATIBLE WITH SAFETV.-^
RETURN PREMIUM AND JOINT LIFE POf
ICIES ALSO PARTICIPATE
A loan of One-Third the Premium giv
en, when desired, on all 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, Prcs’t.
W. S. lIOLT, Vice-President.
Geo. S. Ob ear. Secretary.
J. W. BURKE, General Agent.
C. F. McCAY, Act’y.
J. MERCER GREEN, Med. Ex.
Du. D. G. HUNT, Med. Ex. at Calhoun, Ga.
Agents wanted. Apply to
WM. tJ. MAGILL, Supt. of Agencies.
MAKES a beautiful, glossy Black Ink,
which, after thorough tests, has
proven itself superior to any writing
fluid now in use.
For DEEDS, RECORDS, &c., it is
superior to any heretofore offered—re
maining black and bold upon paper af
ter passing through tests which obliter
ated other inks in a moment.
A Gallon for One Dollar!
This wonderful powder is put up in
1 gallon packages, which are sent to any
part of the country, pre-paid, on receipt
of ONE DOLLAR.
THE PROCESS OF MAKING is
very simple—only put the Egyptian Ink
Powder into a gallon of boiling water,
stir well, and you have a gallon of supe
rior writing ink.
After thoroughly testing this ink for
two years, we have taken the agency for
this State, and will send the powders to
any part of the State, on receipt of the
If, in any case, entire satisfaction is
not given, the money will be refunded
on application. Address all orders to
nov3tf Calhoun. Ga.
A Good assortment of New Mackerel,
White Fish, &c., &c.. for sale by
DfJOUKNETT & SON,
Cor. Broad & Bridge sts., Rome, Ga.
fifteen Distinct Fentn^,
Ist- No Limit to Travel
Residence.— Policy hold.™ be” 1
allowed to travel or reside in *ny pan f
Europe or North America.
2. AMPLE CASH CAriTAU-
3. Policies Paid in Cash.—
No deductions for Notes of Loan*
4. THIRTY DAYS CRACK &
lowed on all payments after the yean
premium is paid, and the policy kept
force during that time.
5. DIVIDENDS DECL A RRD
ANNUALLY upon the eontributiou
plan, in the most equitable manner.
6. All Policies Nm-Forfeitable aft or
the second year, and the assured entitled
to a full-paid policy for the whole amount
of premiums paid.
7. ALL POLICIES INCONTEST
AD LE after five years.
8. Superiority of Manage
ment. —The officers combine stria
financial integrity with successful expe
0. All Policy-holders Members of the
Society and entitled to vote for Trus
10. A CASH SOCIETY.—No Notes.
Loans, interest or other complications to'
annoy the policy-holder.
11 Equity and Liberality
shown Policy-holders in the sevcial
modes of applying dividends.
. 12. MUTUALITY.-Ail profits
divided among the members.
13. Fairness of Contract — embodied
the written Policy in explicit terms.
14 Favorable rate of Mortality, take*
only first-class risks.
15. AH odious discriminations (dob
ished. —No extra premiums charged on
Railroad, Express or Steamboat em
R. J. MASSEY, Atlanta, Ga„
Manager Southern Department
Dr. E. W. Brown, Local Agent.
Dr. W. J. REEVES, Med. Ex., Calhoun, Ga.
CM IEHX>k fcPfcf
MAM FAtTI lllMi CO.,
DALTON ; (lA.
Manufactures all Kinds of
Os the best material this country affords,
and very superior in style and workmanship,
which they offer .o the public and the gen
erul trade, ns low as can be afforded.
Chairs & Bedsteads a Speciality.
U'i’ids, Doors, Sush and Job Work, to or
de**, o i short nol'ce.
Dr. D. G. Hunt is our Agent at Calhoun,
Ga., and keeps a good supply of Furniture
on bend. J. W. VVA LKER, Snp't.
L. D. Palmkh, Secretary. nu326’70-lj
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKBa’B CALIFORNIA
For I'cnmlo Complaint*, whether in young or old, mar
ried or single, at the dawu of womanhood or the turn otlife, those Ton
ic letters have no equal ; are safe and reliable in all forms of disease.
Hundreds of Thousands
Hear testimony to their wonderful
Cu rati vo Effects.
WHAT ARE THEY?
THEY ARE NOT A VILE
Made of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir
its, and Refuse Liquors, uoctored, sp.o.d,
and sweetened to please the taste, cabled ‘•Tonics'*
“ Appetisers, ” “ Restorers,” Ac., that lea t the
tippler on to drunken ness and ruin, but are a trie
Medicine, made from the Native Roots and
Kerbs of California, free from all Alcoholia
PURIFIER ami LIFE GIVING PRIN
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Invigilator
ot the System, carryingott all poisonous matter,
and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take theso Bitb rs, according to
directions, and remain long unwi-11.
$1 DO will be given for an'im-uriblo ease, pro
viding tl»e bones are not destroyed by mineral
poisons or other means, and the vital erg as*
wanted beyond the print of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronio Rheu
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, cr Indi
gestion. Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Eloo* 1
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder. the** B
ters have been most successful. Buch D.
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, whs
is generally produced by derangement of tL*
Digestive Organs. .
They invigorate the stomach, and stimula*#
the torpid liver and bowels, which reader theta
of unequalled efficacy in cleansing the bloo lot
all impurities, and imparting new life and vigor
to the whole system.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Iloadarhc,
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Bad Taste n*
the Mouth, Bulktus Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Copious Discharges of Unne, Pam ia
the regions of the Kidneys, and a hun irvd other
painful symptoms which are thj offsprings of 1
Dvspcpsia, are cured by these Bitters.
'fib.» n — the Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its imparities bursting through the skin in
ples. Eruptions, or bores; cleanso it wbenit ia
foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure and the health of the system will
f °PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, forking !a 1
the system of so many thousands, ore effectually •
destroyed and removed.
For full directions, read carefully the circular
around each bottle, printed in four languages—
English, German, French, and Spanish. t
J. WALKER, 32 A 34 Commerce Street, If. Y. .
Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD & CO., ,
Druggists and General Agemta.
Son Francisco, California, and 33 and34 Com- _
mere® Street, N. Y. ___
Hr** SOLD BY ALL DSUOGISTB XXV ,
WOODEN WARES, Willow Ware, Tin and
Crockeiy Ware, for sale by
DeJOURNETT & SON,
Cor. Broad & Bridge ata., Rosa*, G*<
They are a OvatlsPurirallve os well as aTwalf ,posses.
ing also, the peculiar merit ot noting ns a powerful agent In relieving
Congestion er inflammation of the Inver, nnd ail the Yioscral Organs