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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia                               Company, re Featme w d pm cmt, tmtv, u  reason. Home Courier Hinted lliat the limner of .In1 r.mrc.1 liad renounced the ThLi week'tj lasutj of Ui ut with a supplement SOUK- pmcl-un-uUiona. So, the 11 ;'.i L! mi.fit liO dToneoui. I. I wullfttf the llacHca.nctt-..- 1 rorri-apontlraU to endeavor t Iifii-l llit- tiifTertace between Con- national enterprises at the :i i'i unA ijicorpomtiuff mil- .1; tlirough States i .ii-i'ii: .iml of Siitlp-'. ?-T. i-f Virginia properly .i'-1. .'iii hiTiktit i-. .JSit.OOy.UQO, or over i o." Uir worta. In addition ii> 'j ili- rm.M it-n im'.liont rif hurt: i uteri1., t. '1 lie menu-; llor ,1 unlv a half others sold to him in order to fceep the liorarsiead intact Old Colonel Dent was nn ncijcc Bunportcr of Colonel Benton, ami tbou-jh lie never licld an office, was a kiulins politician, and was often chosen to prisldt? at tlie party conTentlons. As is still evitlent, ndvoiitrcd in life though he in, (eighty-sevrn years, we the vcncr- nbjp wag a man of jiositiro and strong man of marked Sun. lloiiry I'ciuti'I! name of San Fr ?r ila.HXjfk i, milv n sul- witli :L liiljM f-.r whiiL f I! iiic'tci hwroj.jn'ter.t sol- i 'ii-j a jviki-r-plaving tU-ni- a l.-tt-.-hrr like H..: e rc- is 70 years of Living-done h still in IjijiJU'J'- Vim Hippie U in New York. The viceroy of Egypt owes Aiiiatlitis I. is s great reader. Fffiil-li-iUi, tin; great watch-maker, J.cmon left an estato of about Coutitcvs vim Bismarck goes very fct-Mum .Mnir. liitncruft line been nufrcrttig from Chnrlr-; il'ittliows b un ihe way to tills otiniry Aiwinilin. I'ciuti'I! is the not inappropriate co forger, John Burt'hiil, fnr mtiny viwra coiincclrd with the Harlem tlied on buntliiy. will Bismarck became n great 1 paintcrl Wlicn he's C.auile Lomint1. Froiidit. iHe liistoriaii. H coining to this country to lecture on Irulund aa it was." H. W. Wright, Govcnior secre- tary, through ilit! court. Baron Gerolt goes tti Gcnnunv in He will bo Koccwlcd by Jlcrr 8clilw.tr, now Minister to Mexico. PaUi n mrrow P-ICMJH' from n in during n re- there. Count Ktiltrr. the who Ud-i.n? tin- wrslthy of Sew York soi-irlv, to turn out .1 iit any Jlonii Pint of Louis jut if msj-yt-A, tht -nrl uf A ciiii.l J-iH-Iy Itorn Wnshinirton Fritz Wilheira Curl i> certs Hi tin- bi s of Ohio. He- the LiMrc.llie nrmV tue Frciicli tmd joial An i irl .Iniliins a e. A hint lint !i Tin-ail.- I'li.ff-r IJiM'Stli-r Inlf i: i eit-M- I Mr. v.-iirwi' -ly tui ilic :in- i BY TELEGRAPH. ASSOCIATED PRRS8 DISPATCHES. WAsntsoTOK, March BontweD has hi- tiraationa from Europe that large amounts of new bonds have been taken. Tbs President sent a verbal nicsaapc to both houwo, that he doed n-jl want them to adjourn this Trcck, or to (be a "lay for that Iti'piibJican Seiiulorial uittcu3 appoint- ed a committee ii> the etondiog com- mltlera and report at a future meeting. KENTUCKY. March 7. Mail service on Louiaville and Lfxinrton Railroad hits been ntopprd. Importnnt Tcttcrfl, in the meantime, for noinla on tbe should p) expre'ss. Blalb arc acciunalotlng hern. EAKCOH, March 7. Tho rnmrlcipnl elcc- tirmi and BaUi elect liepublican Mayors. Snro elect Democratic Mayors. PAIEH. Mnrch 6, noon. The Minister of the Interior lini nssumr.l control uf tbu ''I'lik-rt to r. i-civo Uoni tendered bv Kiwns Simon. RomtKUAV. SF.irch tbe Xulionnl Assembly, thii Ijoui.t Blanc, Victor Htijjn nnd OniiiM. niiulc R iV- niand for tbe dclt-nfion' nf the mr-rnlx-rs 'if Department of GoTcrnm'-nt, until they 8Ji-.ll Imvr retiimoil mi account nf A tnhmiflpd for their niiil on a nf triMsun. A motion vtas thm the Assr-mbly should return to hut Pft Ai rcij.if-t of T'lii-f. t'tc As-enililv tiUich- went intti the qiiCn- I'n n. lln' decision of ivhicl) will tu- CAFJEFULLY. Aeae and Fever. oTenllte known for ChJili of WolTa'a Scblwtam Srttoaji Is good It soul loraU Itlilnej ai.d bUddcr Itnscd all OTCT ibo .plijelclvu La tiielr XVolfe'H Schiedam Schuapps, forGont. WoIffcV Schnapps N cood Unnirjr turn Wull'e'H Hciiledain SchnoppS, rotomtnendtd lir all !ho HKUcJil Faculty, WOLFE-: SCRtXHAM aCHHAPPS. for and in the fl II OLFR-S WHIEDAX SClIKAPPlt. M! and cot. ui erf kited. I besl-avi'lorti'l th-; .itlmiilm of tha rudfr to 1 Itfi tii faj itut 1 jour ?iliiutipii pT-r'-l jr I If nl Holland liin. nn- (U'U' D.. 7 riiiriiii-a'ui.wl eticmlsi, hew lork. i KT l.-I fpellLM wn luve now adajjicd 10. J, W. B.HlUIIT. OKPON. Mar.-ii Th': Tiinw; nnn.mni-rq t Hoa. .T. sucete.U the Ilu'hl Ilrtn. IhiL'li C. K. Cliildem ILS Urd Ad- miraltr. UJ-Iit Jjvnsw !'l snr- l.i as f the V-inr Law ir.1. IV K. J. Hliaw Lcffvre and I'n.-itii'nt'.-i rtucrciu- f..r ir.inif Svr'-turv uf Hir A.b.iimlly. Tlic Jl.iitv n spcviu] tun- has ln-rn cult-red mtfi, under ivhkb e Ofnn.in nf Ltrnilcil litt Lho ll'tii March. M, Camp, fnnurrlv .v.rnnr df Veniu-iiL, die.l liV5.twt.-k !iis iitleiiix in Derby, r mail ili pnlilicaii party. rt refill, P StJVtf '.f IT in if llir'rtix nr and the c-lurf ronccrn wa-i tlir n ItOVAS, DYNASTY. The Dent Fnmllj the anil what thi-y are, arc> MII iu i-onii' il.f -m 1 liie of HIOHJ; ur.-r.i.-rfer-i. o.it of TI wrltr-'t. nhi.i.l Uinn, 13 I'rt-i anil lin-ul 11 i.- l Stiu-s. army f a r.ink by -.frvj.'P. t-itn. V. I'.-.inl, nn.1 in Um UKII.C dds.-i an Taiey vcvit 1 rci-nini'iit, and -i'.u in .at1 wnr. A1 .1 ,M it, v Di-nt was for; his aid Ukc-ii from'tho field r..iit'ri biecatioii to oJlicc, he has had a {frwit many rela- jn-ftj-ai (Jciu l.oTijjstrert lirst in- iwjIUoJtilia Dent, now il irtmi Gt-orec Dent, of mcmb-T or from w t" Is ;1, .n: i uwvt-d lo Jlia- v... Ixmis uncle. and otliera of tbc thmugli inarriasc. 1-if Ucijt "did residents" of tho Imvhii; sullied with -ard lidiinioic's in Prince George Jt is s-ai.l a part of the District, iti Indudeit in the tract par- bi'tUcr of that name from the r kicjrwho ttien elainnt.il aeov- u; Tcneraojc iicaj tlie faiiiijj waa a tap- tain in the ContiRCita! army, nnd was sc- tia-Ty wounded while in tho service. A lAothtr was an aXccr in tbe feeble uavy of Anolhr-r trothtr was in ConCTess .onr teruu. DcgirjitnS with (ho nrsl Con- (rsa Grant'B father went to Missouri in in St LouU. where he at once into He wa3 for many lewliaff merchant there, assoclatol m-tiut LtaacII, known from thu riant ho- named after him. Mr. Dent did. a large a with keel bnats on the Mississippi, IJy tobringiaRlead from At one Umo ho a largo rul-.ifti! t if has it Iwon beiu-r which I rcciti fur tin- hon-.-lil of lu-c-l it: "1 am a puid K.. ly, ".mil vuu ortliodox ;ire nut f Thin hr ai itp <-Tf, But" I illi i i op- ill JTOVP 'ii'- iir.itioii.Uity of your il liis friend. You bdieve Unit dial tu nil im-n Yw. 1 vim don't bcticTC there Tdo not." Yon tliin'l believe tliere U any punishment -reaf tor Jio, di not: mca ure punished for their ns in the lifo." 11, now, let IIB put our rational sj-stcm logelhrr if TVC ran. It atnonnts to just till" 'liivt C'.riat, tLe Saviour, died to nave all mm from no'.hiiig at nil Not from hell. IK-CUUSC, :itconlinjj loyou, thcru U none. Nut from 'hitu'iit fn a futtiru fiiale of bc- he receives his wlioia ptinishnicnt in this life. Yours U the absurd spectacle _ of ropi.'ri ;i.nif lifi- jin'aen'crd thrown, lit an ini- :nenso to n man who i3 on 'dry land, (ir.d in na of heing drowned. me tell vou that your religion id stark infi- ueliiy. 'if you iiKirlily believed tne Uiblc yon could not believe Uiiix-ersalLau." the great itlior, had some very conccltb-rau wit- ness the following: "Onegroivaold tnltaly Ice or three tlrnta ns as in otlicr coun- tries." AsamLa "I bitterly detest Rome, .tnil shall rejoice to Iiid it furewcl! for- ever; and I fnliy iii all the mlachiof Liiid ruta that has happened to it from Nero's conllagrntion downward, .la- fact, I wish the very site had becn'obHterated before I I ever saw it" And the following, also: ''It is pleasant to foci at last tiiafl am really jway from satisfaction that I never enjoyed as lone as J stayed in LiTer- pooJ, where It sceroeHto me the qulntesaenct of nnsdl and tianil-sUnkbg Tankccdom WOE conlinnnlly flittrccl nnd auMlmatcd throngh my consulate on tlic way oulwonl Rod home- ward.. I llrnt got acquainted with inyown countrj'inen there." ___ fact that dinners are tho most porsuasivo clement in we bolrerc Utoy we conclude that tho Joint High in WasliiogtonwIU ecttlo all tho vexing questions they are expected to adjust with no difficulty whatever, il -their stomachs hold out Minister Thornton opened tho diflcuaaionyemteniaT.iritbjiBioit effective presentment of his BIGG ox tlfe case in tho way of a dinner to all tbe Commis- sioners now in Washington. He is lo bo fal- lowed this evening by Secretary Flaa'e awoep- tnc statement of our demands in thu shape of another drancr. .On Thursday Miff Satur- day Earl tin Qrey-wm.follow'op1 MmUtet Thornton's argument, and next nealc all the British Oornmifltfoncn wfll pnwottbrirfacU ATI.-.NT.V, 7. 3 o'cloik, r.a. J '-ill-: at 1SB f.-r l-'i Jew" nn.l It} for K.H.I! nrJinary, prim; btrkt cmi.- I i-y. seliiu-: it 1 11. (jiivcr buy ins 1 sdiins: 1 (K; f 7 rr-nt. TPaT-l, 'J ,-i- t 00; (In. 'Jfiftl OU.B Jlacfjn and SVi-stt-m ll-itln..iLl -HICK. 1 li-'iai 10. AtlanSa nml La- Itallnrnd lusti-U dc. block, t Uti. Iluba-m Ivi; 1-1; It l U- D XXX LV difjkr il U cxtm family S .1-1; family 1 fii, fi KT. I.1. K. :i r. Mi..-. b-ir, i.nil rut, lOall'. Tat-. NaiN,  v C, 1 !J LT IMi! E-icc' Stareli 'J.'. K v Stale cheese, lir; Fact cry. In. IV.i'th. T.V. n 1 .111.1 T.V..' .-..-rcnlin- ;-ilf tj-invi-J 7 W, Hi [t L.1ME AM) ChcwiwhlA Cfc raent-i 00 jwr bairfl; Jamcn liivcr 4 5 UO tttr barrel. Plaster of I'aria ti 00 pui barrel. 3.4, S.-U, U Ijlrschc-d lirown IS-J; (lrillH, 15J; stripes, c'uui ki. H; JslMitoar Mi; Tump, 1.1; yarns. 1 2J. It; 11; VVamsuUB 8; Amos- ;pajt 10; 10 j Trotcii 12; Albi'my W; U. 15; Amoski-y D. 23; Hamiltuii -y; C'ont-titoga-1-4 uO; A. C. A. Liqcoii 1 00 al 23 as to proof; Uoiirbun 1 25.i6 CO; Rob ison County 2 00; Brniiily 1 50 00: St. Oroix Itittn 4 OQiiQ 00; Jnmaca Hum 4 GOaO 00; Holland 1 .-jOat. 00: Scolfli 3 50ti4 00; Domestic Purler 3 00: French Ikaiittv 4 OU Oif.3 AJDJ oil, rnw, per ini... 1 aOal 'J-> trtiilril, 1 -jrial 3P "piTm, SlJOa250; vliulc.l.'iUaaW; Lard, 1 -ILitl 75; Pure "Wialar, 1 SO; Tanniti-s, ".1; (.'.'jii.1 Viiniinh, 2 2Da350; OOT52-1; BOiwC'J. White load, per lh., Dull; do., piire, 15. TOKACCO suimd (30- medium h.-'iivJ tine sound fjtfciiiO; sire JinG 1 OUbl 1'OTVDKB AND ITOwJtT, pLT cjr, 25 pfKUiJs. 35 J 1 00; i keys 5 25. Patent shot, pur hr.g, 3 75; bock, 3 00. Ib. Blue clone, H. Coppf-nta, iili- Kp- -snltp, Oin8. Madder, 23-125. Opium 10 00al8 00 per pound. Ahim.ealt.. Borax, -lix 8alO. Camplior, 1 20al 40. Indigo, I SOal CO. QTihiine, 2 75 per oz. Saltpetre, 12aSO ppr potmd. Castor oil, quarts. 5 OO.iB 50; pinta, 3 00a3 60; per gal- lon, 3 OQeS 25. Sweet oil, per dozen, 1 ODa 600; pei gallon, 1 45al 50. 33 OOaSS 00; Clover SO 00 o35.00 per ton. Shurtis. baled, 1 05 per 100. Cow Bran 1 50 per 100 Ibg. Screenings.! 25 per 100 Iba. Bran 1 20per 100 Hw. Barley meal 80 ccnlsperbwhcfof 48 Ibs. Stock meal 90 centa per buahel. a BonoSu- pcrphosplinto 60 00 cash, 70 00 time; co Guano 60 00 cash, 7000 Mine. BaagVs Raw Bono Phaspuata GO 00 70 00 time. Bath's Challenge Superphosphate68 OOcasb.; Sea Fowl Gtiano 38 00 cash, 68 00 time; Eti- wan-SO OOcasb, 75 00 time; Chincha 85 00 each; Goanape 00 cosh; Sardy'a Annponinted SoluWo PadQc .58 00 cash; Qllham'a Collon Fcrtillior TO .OOcasb, 73 00 time; Eureka58-00 cash, 68 00 time; Bsugh's Phosphate 65 00 caab, 75 00-time, Wondo FerUlfzer'6000 Cash, Toax, March quirt; mid- (Ring npluda 14f-, 15i; sates ll. Corn ichannd. -Pock qnlet :TnrpTOUne iieadr for !VnLe c In t tfll hi Lfi-'w York. C t'J' tn" f HAS A SEEI.y, riicnjisl. Great Certain, Sure, RclSaUle. Tetter, HlusWorm, Plies, Sure Eyes and Old Sows cf I Stand! MR. rti. i.r.'i i.r p.i. T or rrrtlll. .he by thl' filili-ti uuvcr lalls. E VEH Y FAHIL Y HAVE A BO FILE Of IT I'or'-ui.-M: Drag MorcH of JJ-. .TI. Mmlih A. Co., and Dr. Wm. Klnp, Jr., and in Atlanta by Pccnl'oyton, Tiiylor A: Co. rpiti: norss: wi: I.IVK mi.-i TARIiAST'S SElTZEIi APEBHOT, llsoppntlon ii" fprUsin, ra.iilop and RaltiUrj.- It in   FOOBI'IILPJUIEOWITJIIT. SoUe bjeCOCEItS, BROTHER, Mauufftrtaroto, !TDOLE9.ltlB DErOT, KEWBTBEET, SBW-XORK Gas light Company, ROME, QEOHBIA: (.ORGANIZED MABC332, IBTtt) Capital Stock, 91OO.OOO. .JUPQE w. w. CLAITOH, ra.samB.ST., Off. W. CLAIMS, Preslil.ait.' Hajor C. H. BMtrti. Colonel Rnimn CONCORD WOOLEN MILLS, CONCORD CA33IMERS, JEANS AND FLANNELS. C. ABET' A N B POLICE UNIFORM QOOD8 W. wort actual bMim njsartu, ttenetm, we ccmitce on jooia. colon, eli W. OH tto wed, and other OQFTBACTOBS I! A HABSn, ACCUA. At! J. B. OASIEL.L, ETIWAK fillAROS, SOLUBLE MAKUTAOTUBBB AT THE ETIWAN WORKS, CHARLESTON, S. C., BY TOE Solphoric Acid and Superphosphate Co r unra nsoue, an (-runn o power, ad made by HnlpharU Add. Com pur ta epetoUon tha BalphnrieAdd at tht Sooth, aof in, to lewnt ratM. hlfkut cnde of IIMT: U prooortlon of whielt anTFortilGtM cental ni, In order rntk, PwiUtwr complMo, AnuaonU mid l-tittth In mandcoerfunalo iNwimHldai. Wtth O ETIWAN GUANOS, tn fnrai I6WM PXJT ftOTT. QF DIMOLTODVOXS PROXFUA TR OF LIKE nnd percent, of ASmoiriA. wilt iitniefeui nddUlon of PEWe'lAX M'A.fOtaiA I' J6B per WB, DISSOLVED BONE, tnltMIo Tor MitDnfkaanra TM- TTa-ttan, hi fWolfiui t Fmitliw, oji-1 nllt arinmud Tor An Jnm n ana tide., ef Bolpharii arc in dhoolto tlia fltoipbain. this IT ill be found acd eon? mfenl way tauaiMTHirt thatanterlaJ. The ijrsdo will ha fnun lo to SI Price per ton. On frU. wiUi al eeuv. UUBEI, 8UH blgtr ffradot win Ira fare (Jibed to at additional per Compound Acid Phosphate, O H. O 1J 328T 3D Hl to powder. i ti DlMolT.4 IOM "VVM. C. UEE Jt CO., Ajma, No. U AJgw'a Wharf, eHARLKSTOIf, 3. md AjnmonU In all Ifa Ktlw TT Rboniil a aiattd at tku Works, hy Oh Won BbonlJt pnxehave.- be bu uiaj ic- i tamplM of pmNluM, wlttiB Ihirtf (30) lUjt tlitr dMtarj, jind tkcj will be aiibijeed cnuw do4.uu.er In UM ttUMataWd ba raid. to Urn kj tin Coajpnoj. MARK W. JUHN80N, AUajjUi, Ge C3r SS e> e ci RELIABLE, FEESH AND GENUINE GAEDEN, Field and Flower Seeds, Grass, Clover, Ornujfo, nnd XZupo EAKLY EOSE POTATOES, IJAILT AHRIVINO 5N ESDLE88 TAIIIETT. AT WHOLESALE' AND It E T A I L ONION BETS, AM, SORTS. f AJJO IUITU a flao etoek lericullnml Implement., TIitteliKB, Ilcf-e ToweM, Sojptf Machinery. SIKU, 1 Dmut Mllle, Btigiuca, Wesntin, nod ijl oAer Machlnerr. HY STOCK OF GL'ASfl IS LARGE MD OF TIE BEST QCAtlir, Coll and BCB, or bend for Pi ire I.irt. T, 41m Gilham's Cotton Fertilizer! T CIS BE USED W.TBCHEAT PEOFIT WIFH COTTOS AT A IOW PRICE, THE (SRBAT SPBCina FOR Oottoii t FnUtKir id en SOUTHERN FERTILIZER COMPANY, it RlohiaiDnd, Vistula, Van? used H hat trlth greet if action oa cnttoa mil TpptlAblM. Mr. J. ttuths BunlB with U on liod (hut would tcarcclr prod aw nnrthtni: ihoiiwfco Bwil St.a ootleaL! be.jK.iWCT jo John B Gordon, A. fa, IA- ntp. Mr. J. U. Klcibrell, Col. K. Wbltautm, B. Bruno, J. P. Aomin and B D Brown Cnil for-trice Unt, or BCT4 ordo" toon tn 1TJ tHft W. JOUS-iON, fobl-dSm AerkalNirml mid Bred Sums, Broad otrect, AtJnntB, Oa. ATLANTA SEED DEPOT. E. "Van G-.oid.tsrioven, Whitehall Street, P. O. Bui 374, Atlanta, PN adauioa AmertoanSeofls, I harejwit reeeirod from BnLGIDU. FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, lUllncr principally of; itol Wnrtcel Beeta, VUt Dmnhoad ud Ihitch Anlchoke, Hndira. Kohl Rabl, Onlono, Bulmcli He etr EiHe also ncdtod (torn lUw Torlt 1W barrolt BKHD POTATOHS, emu U Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Pink-Eye and Harrison. ALSO, 10 bantli White BltTor-iUn Onion Sflta. 1ft Onion fcu. I am now. Strnbi, Vlnw, ROML Onwohoaao iwid Wdlnjj giliinu, bulboas RooU, etc., etc. Swd for prit. lUt. I wlib, jnor tnde, ud uTajtbini: In owrr lo and retatn It. n. janiOKlJm WbUcbaU O. Box- ni, Aaaotn, On. H. A. W. FORCE, -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BO O O E5 .TRUNKS.. AND VALISES, Whitehall stneet, Atlanta., Georgia. A nd Ooloxred flue -n-orli: on hand. Ixeale In tu AUMU'3 rjUXCB IICUO, BSOXIi 4Sf BIUCS FSLWB W OX niu-aii Edectlo SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUA1NO COMPAISTY "CAPITAL VV to till maiici for tbe Bit fcnd Uulbf iia'ricis'lTOcr-.I oral, mu tbe ttrTwiraunt mnmi. nr mtj to planlfni deftlen tha prop the ataisiKw, or any I 1 ADAI2 A BSD.. Coccoibar S53 Peel Front-Iroa and G._ United States Watch Company, (UIIES, WALES A GILES, WAXES CO., IMrORTEItt, SlASUFACTTnCas JOUEEKS, DLVJIONDS, JEWELRY SILVERWARE, BAITED STATES Vmm COMPAKY. HEI rEsm raim AKO BOTH NICKEL AND FEOSTED Y.Tra HA.11ASKE1W F. TharhiBrirnLili-tollbavlEBttiroc pxlrg Conical Plrnlo. Cap Jctreled, In fiold S .nfl uoiraMr a.ljmwd to Ifiat. and and nil. rrtn 1u tbe cD'Mpwl cradM P i-JlAUillT-LlMi Kucapwucnt, witli Bipowd llirdoiiml Tcrni-mnl fiTEH-wISEINO cialni r. Silff .V tfOOrUXXA-l blUjorlo nnnlUloed in nr other ranuufwurr ni !t.rruc on Land, full oil In OoJJL Si'.irr. P -i ITinote l-d, l-S Split and L'fy-lJaolt fjr iLne dUJcrcnt tor Anlllorvnun it rw b' Wholesale Warerooms, 13 MAIDEN LANE, New Yom, And GILES, BROTHER CO., 142 Laku Slroot, Chleojo, IO. ,.b '.'l.'fl L Ilu IIAYWES, Secretary. F" 'T II 1 ill ATLANTA, GEORGIA, Fish Bars, Spikes, TCtc, Tins COMI'AST HAS KKl'ENTLY ADUK1) Til 'IIIKIK WOiitS TUB Most improved FV.achir.ery AIL KBTOS OE IEOI AT A IOW HUGE, fipcci.il allLUllcti given tu Itit jiiau ifaftiirt of a (-OK! nrUui tit 1.1 '.N Keeping a full Stock all slzea on IIBEBAL PRICES PAiD M WRDI.'fiflT WD CAST SCRIP AT All FOIt OIK nEW PiliCE LIST. }ffice, Corner Broad and Walton At'anta. Georgia' THE CAROLINA FERTILIZER! IS MADE THE PHOSPHATES OP SOUTH GAEOLIIA, AKD IA piwioniiM.! IT .MA mostpf UioColtOll-srowIiifi SUtn Iwl IWMUH, c ding FcrtlltaWn, prorcd enperi'ir to every otlu-r. SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATES of Fertninr, will be BXtiket from in CuolIaJan, FetaiaTj nimber, 1871, clung dmllp of cxpcrlaaiU vltb dUmotFn.lI.zen: lEWSFAPESr DM LUTB A INUK- brLVCWl Dn w e ,.-.v j (E a. Eju.ri-s, A: ai-.u, -_-.__._ J. C. 11AU i loa ID tie i vn taUn lotu.il 1871. BIM3 IK-- B T 1J i- L LtOlUXQE LTRCJ L HA U.TIO A I) M 'JME EL.NAL. UAIUJ7J TA J. r. B A BACON H LUU.-JUT'ifJ JMU.V n. jfAo.x, A XCr.LLAH rrEEEOHO fli JTcJ. J. A mil ]vauw. J, T. ET URfl. TKfT POJ1KT ['BIS kvim i- L Mail; QxCerrmiB luuov -T fiiiiar 1 I TUt ;bc frmn Jlotlgoniwy, iBO-yt...__________________ i tttS HO212   

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  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

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