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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia                               Durance Company, _XKW Toax- Ufo ID tic IniWlkfc Comply of tdnetive leatuie i to oo ley boUar r lio M-nLln f i Uu u r D win Becan M t UIT ufnd ol T 1! rff'-Cl T IbA ptattBM o (hi ._ portioa of ttM 'remiums mida la fca. T STATES HOTEL, Compound TKOCUES female Institute. ji of t of ala- TILL Ivnight, llELD TRIALS, d to in tukW tth, Oa., J S. AdgefJf r BMa J ft HUtfc. Abberllle. O4'' I FOLIt HOB! ED 1837. Gamble, bATI. THE TITUTION. co.i ATLANTA, MABCH 7, 1871. (VOLUME 219 5IOHDAY, MARCH 6. 1871 intoreeting Reathng c Tufl not leave the iticsn, gr mediation Im bocn mxqitcd m the Spanish Ejjypli-in (LUirrcL 1ST The Arizona Indians are getting more mnpageuua duly. G2T very day reports of new de feaU of lilt, insurgents in itlMU Senator S] relief id or nil itain for alleged complicitj m improper E the war _d must bo for a long tune, much real dla-1T2 V esa in Fans. Work cannot be foond Ic a ay, nor wrecked fortnncs repaired, fcy .nel'B TV and It u among lliat class of per na, ckrka for example, that the pinch, of hard times Will be protracted. There are 00 000 National Guards to be provided with il employment, a danger not without .wity, etpeciallj as Ledra Rollins' national ork shops cannot be attempted without nother Juno insurrection to follow tbeir irtth Yuioy to fill Cavnignaca nee The MobilCB will beacnthome where T prefer to go ratlicr tliou to Cennnny, and suburban population of 000 EOUls .HI from silf interest return to their gnr ta and exist 03 will us they can. It that BOdetiwoTfl already into existence, to Blort these Indus win CAttien ngam in charitable tmlitojM Bt'U effectually aid, their gifls mild be like Ihe bread cnit cm the waters, to bo found after many days The mortality in is not on the in rro.sc, hut it in still painfully high and tho Lu-liaa iciUr (.ciiera! in Btiff debate in the Ilcnisc of (Tommoca de nounced Dianu.lt as S lakhpe fgT Sunset Cox (Democimt) introduced a resolution SpfakiT 111 i nt an 1 t, up ported the resolution in an uicumuutir Mr Maogin voted lie. II U C ooke decluiea to bo Governor of the Disim t of Columbia lion A 0 Riddle ex Congressman, is suggested ashta prc kjiblt Bucti-Bsor [3f Tin mis Amen, President of Ihe Iron MounUin Ilailroad, to es- tabh-.li a of and Met- allurgy in thi WaslunjEton Lnivcrsitt at St. Louis Kent iho important mxil line re i I o "c- and Itjta 1 disc-ontm il The ni tdt a pro llic agfiiL Tl.o ptoplc 1 clo-ii up at il, ni U pvtaicn ka ,u fit pc ].'e oit taeof mill Ijtimna. p issaU y the Ho i e of I Gaucnl full t >n the F irlv Iirst Con The oilier Ot irjcii nicmUr-i (f the first ConjTt s set ne pay and Tn .n fknenl t u 000 anllliootJi -d 000 b-si I muei. Some of Thr i 1 Biiti L t lurch jn t n del i i in 1 c i rda% Dr Bnn Iv a> ic ton uetcd -nsiillj eloquent an! mi pres, U( Tan uioa nbiilti1 over I f r i f the rr, iirs n L i L-G.v m r llrownan IJi li II J.mi- .1 'i in First U lui T'I "n Gro II Jain lie-Ids Hi ciilltnmn a youns; Iris i On me of ram i j-bility and The Hm Mr IiClwiUh the ciftert 1 sstor c f 11 itr i 1'rr tin n t Imn i u luil v r-r- -ipi tr' >i f d at ir I pn T t o o ndrncr of I In ry to tvcn retuni t il InWrml M desi i c the 'li ASSOCIATKD PBB88 WAIJUSOTON, March wires arc ow Thc report of Hit evacuation of Pans an Friday is coaflraed by Uic Hernia B special, 'ivhig tbc details of thaerwluB.tjut tiio event Facial official confirmation, Morton, Sumner ana other eztrcmiflts will mist an early adjonrnment CHI the plea that it will unsafe to leave the Inyallsu unpro- tected till Dccemter There is a trig struggle ilow Lhceks aid ej es are too num tint one cannot bopt dtath lina ytt iHhal hw vet rX. For the end tin il of J Lbrurry, (here were 4671 (1 CfJ-l bPtWL nn (iflj and 710 were untler one j  he KtndiiU the Soutli of Frjncr the 000 wounded holdlcn. now lymp In hospitals nd private dwtiling lums-ft, liv the spmal ipplemcital trentv rellero Uic icrc of tlie tity of a sonrce of dinner uiiuj; Hit na runtumwl there ire only cinctT birthi but then it must ranrmliLrc.il in mv f tlie fruitful vines intted the cttr on the commenrcmuit r f the ililo IJcHid tin re 11 halm in i oj time cotfiln? The Emperor of Grnna T n to1 b" nailed upon at In H Itrtui in that interesting ''tttt of ho their lords to pray Le will fnrlhr wllilllf Mranperi a h of tinlih mid that I wl How for tht. an C lurk wo ill li- ilfwfti t'i nntc tli md wli it a iltuc t .e HI f I'iris iindL ttial liHti Til inircli to V illcs lo Imiijr Lould .ind his wile to nil in tin1 pipit tl is jimprallj making np tlio Kt iv 1 h w Ihi 11 imps in. on R fur road ili-s- netr ikuni flic Aim lit 1 baa r  very Lenerul fair weather, and ribinfj barometer in the bouihem and Western suits. To-day the weather been clear and fair on the coast of the At lantic ami the lakca and tlje preaaure Las be pin to falL The Southern and .Northwest- em stations Iinvc not lieen heard from Fair weather and frehh winds will prob- ablv prevail in HieMiddle and Eastern States on Monday o Becttro basis is at band for probabilities rcfprding the rennining OKI CAN" Mircli 3 The Si He Fair building burned morning ;0000 Inaurance Power nslntue tnli ington belonging to tlie was tlestr ijcil NI3W YORJ5. XFW YORK Marrli rotlnn mnve- ocnl for iht week sbowi contmiu 1 lalbn" iff in receiplH the. ir Ul is sti] large snd imltcitcs c crop ijrt itcr in extent tli in cmcnl cbtinnlcfl In contTJti mctiui large increaji m tTimr's anil total Lip 10 Ttrtat Brtnm mid die rnntim nt are llic f ir nny wtc] Hi s tri n 1 In- acci. mil ition of cull ut M iporla imd mte uotwitiiitanilmg the in' rrfaif m t Tpnrts Tfar hi-s coil p c My irnk and caused ti marked r'ti rwion HI all iirt rt in- n 1 tiiln? like f of i ibrt Thi w of the body provultil fnr noiluinr more im iril than I'K turn arme for 61 1 "lart i uinot comphin Hint the llicil clmom ibeprxcof cotton for llie (f iho toinl crop roiire lii speculators 1 i yard pluupc in--toa olUm trail, 11 e c n I i tin ire re i cue 1 nor law v i artui f f .rllif (c pili Lin- p r of I 7 -At tni pins n 11 M n i i c i t but fen liaid M VI! liare 1 -.1 n tun in fini-An? u i with und r turn a peace m iki llit n at of i til demin'in., n rftin 11 il tin i wi di-phv .1 corrt quicknes" in iri _ th 10 m'ry nlike fro n foreign ml d lacatii- com 'c tuil flius.i bv re- iiu uig Frjoicc Thr .hit Pum Ins to i' rail t H u n i tiflto be raised till nt k'W.l tl f frrntn r t if execution of tlic pfirotr iU In- r -11 i n if wfll ilTiio "niJ on irtot mrwi.13Itltl.tUki noyiliuii, f( r -r intf 1 In the tui-ftiiUiut. tlir aerm-inatm L whori ttliur mwure sud how Uplit uti li mil th 'L rcms Uiem in. Tiictr p-onu e to cor n 1 mt to in.I fr i ji Prri-. t'irr ao .m f l-v, b tune (lead Irttfr rrtitf Hie fui rns arr poviblv folloftin? m tbo of tlic courtn.ru wlio tcr bari froTi Tan- to 1 ui_h orcr sciiulil and -jpCLuUtt on m'r It for olfa r3, bjt lo of the tbou sands n 1 o il nh wni' tntl iratcli tlic episllt? sent but tUlivc-t-il 13 pninfm task mnstcrs have lUowcd letters to ut. trans- mittet! set it uojil In1 morpioiiaiikrj to (irorf U st wh it h a bmi i nljdetl to thci will be iPinarfd stnkin'p'o f Hi-1 Pin his returned to ift i tliert-umphon of the barn h> urder of tlic muntnpiliU on en Lrlnir th- cipilal that th r plunder l n-, terninatrd Pr rsaretlow will ULir war or t i n "in iirr n 1 m-ii lillrl with the oft M'lulc 1 if atmnil I i -mi n ng H-. r re I N k" i id nwnn ,cni liHkn i i jh v fihills, ii lilavlubi Hlnuj, ilraiiel iimtlni.ai i hv t u r rnovil of the irth 1 -c- Town orf-r with V in tht lotvs riu tl urr f ri i rww iliMic vipjNirt li nt tw still i b arh 'icr mil empm s i t t! i ni I-H T of the few p '-i ltnra-ht nit an the t> [ie of iht tatnra In iltcm1 moi p onnsc nra It for tlie reh ibih'nti m i i i f Hit It itim Ue ilrnma an! hcnuljn trj itrnn of the ol i me to nitili up thcjiililK il pMjpmmof idvnai 1 he projwl It   tTist iinil Vitff Ihe onlv pub ic build i Kithnf i Ifnnrh tin of ih. prw ,t 1 i r of Knv i c Itunsont. of tl ,n 11 i   H li rtfc iiit I "M I i irirr is i r pv J Ml  remedy la chronic plesmre In bmnncVc tfilimocir to iu eBcxtj o 1 lo la iSrou r raunbil nirticnlarlj Xtioic of nnttO-nHnur Wlih rar.cii ttepcct. Tour Mrani, CABB A LEAS U D., Row Tork. un rij rcpc of ft Bunptvof jour Scbfedun CONCORD WOOLEN MILLS, ATX.ANTA. 4MBOXMML4.. CORCOBB CASSIMER3, BEAMS AMD FLANNELS. C O I T A P O L I O E UNIFORM O O O O PBISON-XEEPEBS, BAILEOAD and other OOHTBACTOBS tote brfomtfn lOttm J. B. DASIELL, _____________P O Box   AT THE ETIWAN WORKS, CHAHLESTON, S. C., BT Sulphuric Acid and Superphosphate Co. SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY. CAPITAL ml I h ru rthLj th inn tim 1 if Amir i ia col uii a li n 2iMOOO again 2fcUOUOIi InJm L Iton Hi it fin tin Miulhconm llic wttk 1 n> -fTctt on tlit numiiic I fur ttri.it Hnum niblr nun has fal n his not hid a wf in n wltli gu otinloriO h dli-dlkd i which >n I miBd lni U lit onploycd t becluio cal pnrpwM ih- ffihleilan Icbuppt u loo: inrt Tiriet y (in I'Ltci Xcw Tork U lltl Dear KDcd joat Am "otic Siho.piM HotMKiI uKtMlret sad IISM. funntl free from ill utfuilc or ijf ItP [urifu j IS E It B Pvitf Idit-r re n pint n Pint The i-> i i 1 out at 10 i cl ih. morntng niur IIIM.J ill f-nui of de frioninlt ami I pr f.unl silin of n tati.M BT mm tin r-inmi.on.if li" u tt Tin (icnuon Jjinpri ir ificrnanla i nr huiuireit ihotfand mm in linn Bo il llicl'rissnn Icailcrs rn dtstppi mtt il nt Ih and iHiphiJble a'titulc tU I i1 jciiin U iriiimM pullcili i j Tlirj all ll" itnpn-j ion pridiuU the v Ifrnn f p Ji u Mrj l mil (Uclnn Chun r ilp. ue Ic t blu i 1 in let  v tf> Ujf-i. piiictical pr of I'ar 1 revn. mltd M my unuKhty cltn Iren dt ub i iiao to -rlii. I" nlloncd them t be good if b' flielr torn to beconTrrtf Unto joint'' wlinthe ei nalut nl 4jerpplacolbTtlt. usual giicsK On brine restored tw ci il life, it awtrted 11 t neiijhB 1 .tl .klybl-aw mcd to com prehtnd lut dio.tr llitr hud es iped. Tin follnwin" are llit lowest market quota tionn of of the necessary lifr and ly adJ thereto hundrct per cent pncei whkh nigned during th" latter tLij 3 of cau bo known ttet 2f mutton If rnlMKliwrk4f %hiun'lf eacj solesiaf it-par eatables andfrui exhibit the "rcjlMt fall in pritw thud Po tatoenccwtJfperbiwhU onions, If per quart and SOILS p-r dozen apples and pears 3f Bruvd white and c isnn eed free fror unlimited (ft quantity a pound _t___ i no dc- scrVctL indeed money can command all the little that man wants here telow A better dinner can had a Iei3 than half the cost, now 10 than a where it is next to high treason to purchase and bnn" awaj a pound of or half a yard of hausngo OHO of the good effceti of the well known hotel pro- mqt H TinC1 The poorc prietor of Versailles has just bou-ht in Iho Medoc district Parisians are feeling tlic happy change- cooked (preferred) meats can bo obtained a a reasonable price, ind bticuits twenl per coiL cheaper than bread. Tho coster mongers roll their cheerfully along th streets and coareer of vegela bles, OBU and meat home to onraea. The Utter commodity is now free be wld m the cireets. A few wise specula- tors sell all the above articles of food ready cooked from carta in atrcetB for fewcenthneabcreaac in price above tho ra material Tlie pork butchertf abopa, whra the and ends of every kind of aninu food are sold and purchased-by the poor.lirj" jesumod buauieas, and and lard, the brat times, ban becomoplentiful. Toeshopwta brittle with AmericantoisecbocMS. an r Ihe city, aa nvpecu food, ba> V. httit icu n d b lonping to of llic ?apit il lins "-lo thTL are I lira MI t lit a tli-rc "ity of men of rallu d -hmul le and w n f i rrelj Inn iilinjii ia op n I in PI it rtr I r ma. jro 1 li-xbtt n lliP the xinp Tho Jounnld B rcj i rtr I The Minis art held ii'i hit v ETIWAN ftUANOS, BONE Compound Aold Phosphate, O-Xt. O TT XT X> O. BEE At CO.. AgntB, Ko. U Adgw-t Whwf, B C utialjreed auBw OP TOE United States Watch Company, (BIUBS, WALM CO.J 9UBIOK, aiLKS, "WALKS CO., "WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELKY A SILVEBWAEB, ONITED STATES WATCH COMPANL 13 OAI9E1V LAND, IfBW TOQEL, K32? WATCUSi PENDAK7 WISB2S3 !ND KT flRBl BOTH NJCKBI A.ND rBOSTBD MOVEJIUJfTS WITD DJJtAlKSIS TOHM three mlrm Canlral Cop te I lo lltat Cold md Hatlian, knd lU aiea In M muUOHT LIHS with PBUel ud HardMMd Mtd ud kimeno i w or on band, flxll llDW oU In GqU HUrer Dlvnonl and ladvpcwlint I-J, 14 Split and Pij UcS becoDili, for ttafef .nru. bmdi on knilheaEton. IticIcMing btuiKOM Otfd. lo wo the HAIUUii Wholesale Warerooms, 13 MAIDEN LANE, New Yonc, And GIL-ES, BROTHER A CO, 142 Lai a Street, ill. 3To 100 S txamtfattwvt United TTaUA Cb ABJ only TWO SECONDS U TcriX Jm. IT ir d e> xx RELIABLE, FEE3H AHD S o e> d s GENUINE GAEDEN, Grass, kcjitln rnwl occnpnnl IM do- prciird e tl Inn u not really uto, IB rcWvd. Iho Uvrr torpid the indlh-nr Tea InTljo- Field and Flower Clover, Canary tmcl Knpe EAHLY KOSE POTATOES, DAILT 4.BK1VIHQ IN EMJJLE3B VAIUETT, AT AN5> RETAIL. J OAION 3BTS, ALL krtran an1 Hifip -UK til ..I'm I H VIT DKU rtant nrpim tnlo coioj lifais m OwJi for their tliinnp tl i er the ron h of nl Ir llic w wlf-in-t. and j i n piuon ov It pronou it tj-r liren llic Ln Tal'i The La or 'e li 11111 'i that mrr Imn llnir all LIILC iiusrlit IIP ft peril hut tlic vinuimmg ir 1 T r >vm lio v i eculwr n an, IJfsule--, il ia ite t- une T to in nr (lif-tinclions and it n Ut im pie t oclwt whom tin y plea. L "tl f t c IA i mlily i rtutv 'n In ir it t J r 1 It n nl> Itv slill n. diif n t V r- lies en 1 ti> unt inf llililr ,1 i ft i K l( to mf 1 iblD pojcs In a. nit U will Invmg i t, i in it t-i11, -UMV tlic. caoae turli ilc nt in chili and vitriol in tnni? Out ot llic m tile m b plucked th" flower safety many would du.irc to BLC iho late iTcrniiirnt dumliuli clisatpx-enblc duty iigmiiij tlie pence and by so doing mid to enid-il iuwe of thur successor" ytt the oipe-t "f a cotillion of "Ml the ttknts' ns rtgret by securing a real cjbmct honeotmni of the Ollivier r-i ind ItiUiPwrc Trothuand Dufane, ri and ButFct lire the for or- nnlltliirtj It is Nhll bchncd that tbc iauui-1 not mike a trmmpliait marrh J'ans, but will bo euiitcnt to lessen terifitlnnal linte In reviewing outside as Hit. t i e o! Vienna m I860 KFR. f i nt ual bills __ JTevr k Exprcas striken the ail on lliL lirid m the follow ,ng piragrapli IILLT ADDED ro Uic ;ls of the South by the Ftdf- U Government, and then abatine it for nnt more for its people! feo, awn the tct the llie mnatcrs of Uie wind conk? and tlion abusing the wlute jfople not eiirlQc the hrat education to the ne- Ihe Fducatlonal Govcrnmtnt bill is only nn impertinence and a IB ml us an affront lo a people who, if lult henuiclyta, would do many limes more for radical education than tlio Federal crn nenl could posaiMy accomphsli nhi printed nth for UIL (mjn additionil >f rcmiintr The -OUT in t tl ii'urlh I llie fwia on the lift haul, o tlie onlinurd ill ftlit, Stim n ftn One. ilir MOTI of Hit of Loire will ilmrtl} rcinfuTce the ion of IH-i- 'S 3.00N IVION i M-in.li I nitnt ot tlivtwu Ins dontd Clajton has cltjlnitd) duilint I the Scnatorship ictor the I- mperor il helm over the bird ternib lumost J upon Trance The Germans iwlow truina Frtncu troops to enter treuth priaont-n, heretofore held b> Gcr many and uLUtral powers, an, rtlurnmg to t ranee, ___ NEW YORK. NtwloRk dalctl Lontlim March G a dispatch from Paris that tlit citj is in great cicili nitnt on the delerciined action of the JttnoluiioDiat party The Revolutionists hare urtrencUed tlituidtlvesat Mont Hartrc of guns and ttic lias bnin0lit up tronrrt iu line lo resist any at tack the HcTululiouittB muy in il r on the city The n [inrta of Uic organization of the un. mucli exaygerated, but the factthnt there h an of a very formidable Lbaracttr u. too obvious to ue denied. Great Fke-Kffler HUMBUG! C'criafn, Sure, Reliable. he a nto aitJ aoio euro for Burns SuildB, Bcald-fload, b> li sects. Tetter, Klnff-Worni, Piles, Bore Eye" and Old Sores of Long Standing. ud al oNtcr BY STOCK Of GOTO IS LARGE ASD OF IDE BEST QUALITY. OM Hm. Mtf j HAMMini t-EURUIA PIS Mid e m I u. I c u u Ji tM Atlanta. OK. i Booretary. CM) and o Jaanarj T IB Mnd fcr Prtea Lirt Gilham's Cotton Fertilizer! IT Cill BE USED WITB GBEAT PBOflT WITH COTTON AT A LOW PB1CE. THE SMUT 79R SOUTHERN FERTILIZER COMPANY, his ptnimrnt T raHert tr itlnntiMbecn thnn Insnrcialroosl EVERY FAMILY A BOTTIE OF IT n a member of UtO 5 01 lals ileny tl BI.ACH B Elliott one of ho RcprcsentatiTtj elect to Congress frrtm outUCanillQa.'olio will take 1m siat next 'saioa is llie jctclccted JSo blood is apparent In ills color lie also, probably tlie ablest and best qualified f tbe negro Congressmen He la o carpet- lao'cr from Jlassoolntsctla, where he set tj pe aaa printer Since the war he has edited a napcr m Charleston, South Carolina. He a Aid to be ft good speaker and a good -writer f he was i cood printer, ho ie of COUTBO a well Informed roan. r Great complaint w made by both AUKibh and Americans that tho Island of Ian Juan and the DeHaro group, to which botli govcrnmento lay obwni, are used M Icspotsby smugglers, who defy both authori- ties, and cannotbe interfered with, B-5-J Milton Tumor, of Missouri, nomi natcd for Consul General to Liberia, ifl a col- ored man, who was formerly a dare in St. Louiscounty BO is young nun only about 85 years of age, and has received good edu- cation, having aWdied at Oberiln, tnlriguefl of the Lmpiror, the decision of lliL penp'o The Times i spccnl S.ITI tlio pre scrllied hinlui of France nro Leintj rapidly the Germans The movements from nil RST ForSalo In AtbcnitSt tbe Drvf Htorei of Dr n. ra. Smith Ac o., and Dr. Win. Ik inc. Allanta br Turlor A, Co. Ordore Bbonld be a ire conducted qmelU and ilcrian nnd all tlie other fort ?rly Mont iround Paris, Forty thousand troops re now marching Into PB will be evacuate! on the 7tli Itoucn an the 12th and tbe left bank of Seme on the from the proTiocea ______________ D nc Therrapective slalfe have arranged thai tbe incoming French and outgoing Germans shall more by differ ent rontea, to avoid collisions. Napoleon is hourly expected m England. FRAIVCE. PABIB, March Tho reports of dlsordort arc false Quiet prevails. It la expected that negotiations mto treaty will bo commenced in Brussels on the 10th of March Tno Government is nadt to pay Ore lioudrcd mDlIon franca to free the vicinity of Paris of Germans. Regiments of the Line will onit Forty thousand picked men will form the ProfMonnlcorpa. Ba, March 0 Thf pecond army corps has commcncod ita joeieb, BOUKITB; Hcaid baa arrtvad The transfer ot tbe Assembly to Fontaia Bieau 49 qmte NeUlo StowhalJ, nwr to a member of the KAitncty Several of the Eadl- i. aietlag ramon regarding t Paris coondlol mlnlgten, whlcJi wu d at 5 o'clock this morning. nhntoiaoie and dfltrlnii'. _. BIEiD, UEIDDU and othor---------, acd ulnTyjjjrjfli for YOTAGra to ART PiL. _____ It la anj tfoumnlcal. FOOD PBEP1BED WITH IT. of mcbHvnd, ta pmtortf nittVa. BMf ft -xiibff Mr J W lud would without Kmonio. Atnaec vied ft I rnfrr laOcnfinl John t-------- Mr J H Etmbnll B B. WUtoUk, 6 I P Antl u t D Brown VIABK W. JOHNMm, hbl-doa Acrinltanl WwvbMM Md toeJ Btoro, B Seeds, Seeds ATLANTA SEED DEPOT. E. "Van Ghoidtsnoven, Whitebait Street, P. O. Box 374, Atlanta, Ga- Biildltlom U nr mwrawto iWek American Soete, t ban Joit rtcdnd from BBLQIUM K rapwb col- ocUoaof FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, caniliUlz prlnelmllr of Muni WnrtMl BMM, Dnteh, DninbMd andBodDntch Abbftrc, Cwrcu, Aitichoka, Celery Bndtra, Cili. Kohl Rkbl Letlnce On Loci, Pinter BAduti, Bplucfa, etc. I LJ.TD raoelTBd from Tork 1DD bwnU BESD POTATOBS, cootltUag of Early Rose, Early Pink-Eye and Harrison. ALIO, 10 White SIlTBr-Bkln OnloA ATLANTA, GEORGIA, Of RAILROAD AND MERCHANT BAR IRON Fish Bai-s, Spikes, lite, THIS COMPANY UAS BEttNTLY ADDED TO 1 tIMR WORK.8 THE Most Improved Machinery FOK MAJVUFAC-JCUKIINti AH KDTDS OP IEOI AT A LOW PBICE. SpodAl it JHlion girca to ILa uiunfacinro of s JIKX) of lUCIV (or conianm. Kecplug a full Stock of all sUcs on band And btlnjt ounfldttt o! (.-Mug wUi ntooitn W {In u ft MM. LIBERAL PRICES PilD FOR WROl'GDT AiD C4ST SCRAP AT AIL TIME FOB 01TB HEW PB11E LIBT. Office, Corner Broad and Walton Streets, Atlanta, Georgia THE CAROLINA FERTILIZER! BBOTtLhiU, UaimQ.ctaron, WEOLESJllE BETOli 00 NUT S Light Company, (ORBANJZKD JCMCZT 2S, 1870.) Capital tttock, JUUGEW W B H. A. W. FORCE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEBS IN IBOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND VALISES, "WMteball street, Atlanta, Georgia. A LUOK AfaoKMBBT OV aO Colored Pollvb null Boston flue -woi-li on hand. IS MADE FROM THL PHOSPSATES 01 SOFIH CAEOLI3JA AJTD U Imott of States Uit ud ia oofflbw of u TflJB SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE J. H. QAVAN DB. J. A. VASOfl, Edeotio Allopathic PhjmciaD, uli, lad PCMWI 7. I.4WTI1, 1 rumen MI J -JltS. 1 IV J MtWMk JJD i ,m r K a n i LI UMU, iiroixiA. _______ o i c- ROMT V f. O. 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