The Southern Home Journal (AL)
The Southern Home Journal (AL)
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Description: Ads for: Watch-Making by Wm. Smith,
Cash Drug Store by James Whiteside,
New Express Route – Agent S. H. Hill,
Marble & Granite Yard by Kenney & Adams,
Confections by W. H. H. Phelps,
Clothing by F. M. Brook

Date: November 6 1861

Newspaper published in: Union Springs, AL

Source: ADAH Digital Collections https://sites.google.com/site/onlinenewspapersite/Home/usa/al

Page/Column: Page 1, Column 5

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WATCH-MAKING
LADIES and Gentlemen, if you wish to have your Watches nicely fixed and put in good running order, you must go to
The Swinging Clock
81 BROAD STREET,
Wm. SMITH
Practical Watch Maker
N. B.—Observe the long Clock swinging in the window.
Columbus, Ga., July 24, ’60-16;tf

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Notice these Facts!
THE people, as a whole, generally, look to their pecuniary interests, and in so doing many of them who have tried it, find that the
Cash Drug Store
No. 135, BROAD STREET,
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA,
Is the place where JAMES A. WHITESIDE is offering great inducements to cash buyers, for he is selling his goods at retail, from 15 to 24 cents less in the dollar than the usual Retail Prices.
Of this fact every one making purchases can be satisfied by examining my goods and learning the prices of them. Every article guaranteed as represented. Attention is called to my Wholesale Prices which are such as cannot fail to give entire satisfaction, and induced merchants in the country to favor me with their orders. I am enabled to sell goods in like quantities as low, in many instances, as they can be laid down from Charleston or New York.
I would respectfully solicit a call from all who would save money in buying, and at the same time obtain the best to be had.
JAMES A. WHITESIDE,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Columbus, Ga.
Nov 27 ’60-tf
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NEW EXPRESS ROUTE!
CONNECTING COLUMBUS, GA.,
With UNON SPRINGS, Ala.
ON and after Monday, Aug. 27, Messengers will accompany each Passenger train, receiving and delivering Express Freight at Way Stations, connecting at Columbus with their old established EXPEESS for all parts of the world.
STEAMSHIP EXRESSES, forwarded by every steamer between Savannah, Ga., and New York thence for destination by passenger trains,
Goods to be forwarded by inland route to and from New York must be marked “Inland.”
Freight for places off the line of Road should be marked to stations where it should be left.
Articles to be sent by Express called for in Columbus, without extra charge.
Particular attention given in the early forwarding of all articles of a perishable nature.
Merchants and Planters will find this the most desirable transportation for their light and valuable freights.
Responsibility limited by receipts given, unless the value is declared at time of reshipment, and inserted in receipts, where the charges will cover all risks as per agreement.
For particulars, rates, &c. inquire of Messengers on the trains, and of
S. H. HILL, Agent, Columbus, Ga.
E. HULBERT, Sup’t and Cor. Sec’y, Atlanta, Ga.
Aug 28 ’60-tf 21
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MARBLE & GRANITE YARD
BROAD STREET, NEAR THE
MARKET HOUSE.
THE OWNERS, having removed their
Marble Works,
Respectfully announce to their friends and patrons that they will keep on hand AMERICAN and ITALIAN
Monuments, Tombs, Tablets,
VASES, &c., of the NEWEST STYLES, which they will sell at prices as low as can be had North or South. Also,
IRON RAILING,
Furnished at short notice. Also, Granite Work, Lime, Plaster, & c., &c. Orders from the country attended to. Address Kenney & Adams.
THOS. KENNEY,
JOHN ADAMS ,
Columbus, Ga., March 29, 1860. 1y.
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SOUTHERN MERCHANTS!
Attention! Encourage Home Industry!
THE Undersigned will on or about the first of February, connect with his already established Manufactory for Plain Candies, the manufacture of all sorts of
FANCY CONFECTIONS,
such as Sugar Almonds, and all other kinds of Sugar Plums; thereby rendering it within the power of all, who wish the chance, to encouraging their own section. The prices, it is though, will compare favorably with those of Northern markets. A priced Catalogue will be ready in a short time, and supplied to all merchants who fell lik encouraging this enterprise, which if successful will be kept in operation; but if the Southern Merchants still persist in sending orders North, of course it must be suspended, as upon their support depends the entire matter. Also, about the same time, I will commence the manufacture of CRACKERS such as Soda, Butter, Lemon, Pic-Nic, &c., &c. These will be sold as low as any other Southern manufacture article.
Merchants who feel friendly to this enterprise, will confer a favor by sending in their orders as early as possible. Those who are not now in want of Confectionaries or Crackers and would like to encourage the cause, would confer a favor by sending me their addresses—they will thereby receive a Priced Catalogue in full.
W. H. H. PHELPS,
Manufacturing Confectioner, under Cook’s Hotel, Columbus, Ga.
Jan 30 ’61-tf.
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F. M. BROOK
DEALER IN
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
UMBRELLAS, DOMESIC
FURNISHING GOODS, etc.
BROAD STREET,
Under Cook’s Hotel,
COLUMBUS, GA.
Nov 6 ’60-tf.

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