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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA MAT 18, 1871. 281 bee fourth JJT 3 CwU is to hold a to extend Lrt Railroad to iul m roil the Bloc i 1 i 1 l stone was i n Col isM oiu tins i bout -s i di and ho i 1 tins country of their It la desired as far as their pastors bo furnished from their own and it is much to be desired that schools for general education be provided for them Yet we do not deem it expedient for at this to attempt this work We recommend your Board to do all possible for the improvement of this Report adopted The report on the condition of the Chinese emigrants in the South recommends that our Domestic Board among these people by the distribution of Bibles and at ent and as soon as a sufficient number of these immigrants reach our we mend that a missionary from Canton be to labor among The report adopted without The report of the Committee on Condi 1 H HI III 1 i of the J con L 11 hilf i from town Ibe i fi it tied near liner ab two Uie one in. a on top of The an nere 1 but little of bung large tut an situated i u ft l m in ir posi OIK ti ii I l what pur it the U i i o Ii ul 1 ll in d i Ut c i tr 1 i arm broken oil lion of oar in Europe was i recommending Dr W V our m be and tbc force laborers increased A fetter to the Sec that he and Dr J A. of South had been instrumental in organizing recently TbU letter was by a photograph of four young Italians who are in 1m theological preparing for missionary work in their own the motion to adopt G Samson D D of the District of Colum and J W M Williams D D. of more T G D D of J L. M D of addressed the By motion of Rev B of the convention joined In in Ujme Brother 1 II t i r rt U iht bu l f jri uiL Ibe oim Unit h Lr E wt km M UK 1 1 u r il f e lit tin IK nil L if J trui u ix llun f VU who sun m tli it it ail ulol the success of ur n J L. of lead in prayer i u nu t i -el and tin it il hi or but 1 L i li ih 1 to be fie 1 U i tli Gu ii nt U f cuur P i L ib in v in n who i un I U i i f Uie pwl v. Ih il taia i n was i I mttr r U fie timt we U to tht m ir K 3'iL Lei it i it 1 mtl wire it d n I lit of it 1 d u t ild nil i ilh inid tx 1 k Im In I no mail b i- r tr n. tLie ir but ill 11 I l i a inn ih linn I v r dt i h f 1 1 At this junction a is ta en for the Italian mission of this which m about 000 The i. condition of Europe m missions w Adjourned to 2 o clock brother of The young men of the 2d Baptist have appropriated to support two Italian missionaries at Kome Tlic re turned minion China brother Hart for the little Chinese church at Chan V of masa meetings held at night for the interests of I w ill devote a seperate letter after Tbc of the opt ne J ith cr II of Colton m in i i n I who U rN i tf 1 nl i TIM t h t I. u U u Ml U Pit i Ga. L 1 lira Jas 1 T 4 1 G i barn May tradesmen from Pans pay many thousands of men of order They art anxious for a fearful revenge on the Reds upon the entry of the lists mto Paris They complain of to the against their A correspondent IB informed that the torture their prisoners to Tbe A grand assault is expected within a lew The Assembly is now debating whether It can call itself a constitutional assembly May 10 two o'clock tho Place Vendome was Three bands played while the workmen were chipping the base of Engineer Abodie arrived followed The people cheered Rochefort the arrangements were all completed Uie sounded Cables w ere stretched and the column stood firm A windlass gave and Abodie wanted two hours to repair the accident At five o'clock be announced the column would not fall till There was a general cry of disapprobation Abod e la accused of complicity with the lie was with guillotine At half past the cables were again Tbe column then swept bursting into fragments ive la and the bunds played the Mar The statue of the 1 separa ud first from tbc column lie head was broken off by tbe fall Ibc Nationals spat on it i ud struck it w ith then s 1 lie ora tors made all Kinds of extravagant The crowd disper and the off waving the 1 he excitement was and SHARP to Goose Practical Watchmakers AND MERCHANT Silversmith and 31 t been for a long tim select with great care from Importers such we lo kouw business than aaij r recent of STONES EB being bet a of line DAILY J t Muj 17, 3 u clock P H J A prt i Is in tins morning to some Cot I m M Muku at 13J for mid rkmen the of the wed. 10 offer than Jewelry the to any p k a from stock from tte from all tbc American W. L. 24 Opposite AKD WHOLESALE DEALER IH Wagon Grates and ATTENTION OP IB United to my ray STOCK OP augmenting every day by which I offer at LOW FIGURES AND 1871. C J 1871. F. WHOLESALE ASB El Foreign and Domestic Dry DAILY CONSTITUTION g 600 1 00 10 CONSTITUTION 00 All subscriptions are to is the of tbt wifi be from oar Ten f Twenty copies 13) Sews dealers contracted with i or thia bead I f or year d for la s B A oClr thur Ui o Office oo Mamaa HI S. i Book on- residence un uf i 3 Hill Ulto IXA E office junction and P U 14S, M u or D C hio ti Li f-i ac U c i Office at junction of DUES Office over L for low middling good ordinary inferior 12 for E CO Mass. bin ing all 09, selling at 1 11 biher Exchange on Ntw selling sit J 1 OS selling 1 OB i ork at AMERICAN WATCH CO Mass NATIONAL WATCH CO 111 UNITED STATES WATCH CO N J HATS ETC. Wo toow OF DRESS J L of f English Is t tbc full 7 per cent do 8 per cent 80 St ite of i bor 6 per cent 78a80; do 7 per cent do 7 percent State of Tennessee bonds ol And we the ONLY for the c r r i b ro snJ ic t Ul 1 wheit liberty through the of iht Church The resolution called out discussion in which T II n of D Thomas of South t in him HDD Strut ion of T t of H of II Donald of J B Tailor Jr of Virginia M T of It of Williams of boulli D B Raj of C C Council of C Kentucky F M of Georgia J II D of tbe fallowing all other thus m resolution to now for liberty in tht bolt On S R Column D of Kentucky called the previous question Tue call wab Ihe original rt was then on in 1 On motion of J T D D. of Virginia tbc Went vis to forward to lion and B Vi uf Englind a copy of tbe resolutions properly requesting him to forward it to Ibe proper authorities A of Pt recog aa a to }s The report thu on enlarge s do now 54a3o State of 1 JULES 5 nt S int. 98al 02 h nd D V. bii c ItiU first Ii m I dead i u are o u and Col L Ei I1 of t it Court bas l m n lib tint our si in r 1 1 u it t f 1 i ar 1 f r i ns li t'i i r IK the arc valid must deduct al T n no e dor 1 the h 1 r to out of tbo State to ment of Uie worKin tbe fort tield the W n Mclntosh of The report records the fact that m the j ear just passed it has more thin doubled ber of its and recommends that the sitne policy of enlargement be pursued m the ear to come The report ad j The report on mi of the Sun School Board re id hj the A W of Kentucky Tht report that in of tho great of tbe Sunday School work a work second lo a work which lays tbe found lion of B and Churches all over our thu our churches and rilb to tbe support of this Board that the tun mij be to scad out missionaries to ill parts of country and mire schools m ii motion to adopt tbe from T C of Mis and G A of The H tor speaker thinks that one great of tbe S cause is bt Lie of bomb Carolina 6 hit new do ml old Georgia 1 0 j do bonds 00 and Western K block 1 05al 10 Atlanta and La wi in Railroad bonds do FACTORY 8 9n% alO B 34 7A 4-4 si J 1, 7i91.bltadii.il s 7 lla 12, bleached 15i. 10, lo froup 1-ii yarns In h oM 1 001! 10 ner nc Cl op B UU hi t K per Ib t p pi r 25 r i 21, kt OJ i- 525 ner 3 75, buck d 00 LEATHER hue oak sole 40a 50 French s ins JJ ibO 00 per American 25 00a45 00, Harness leather 40a43c, upper skins 4 50a9 00 per dozen hides Gc dn salted drj flint J 00 Closer JO 00 1 05 per 100 Cow Bran 1 00 per 100 Ito 1 per 100 Bran 1 00 100 Barky weal yO cents pir of 48 Ibs Stock meal 95 ucr 3 50a3 00 ucr bire Oats 70 Rye 1 in hUle 110 BLLK sides clear nb sides hams 1J sides 113 clear nb DRY 10J Pacific Lincaster 101, Tickings 15J tierces 131 AND 7a7i Ib Blue stone 14 Copperas JAMES EDWARD DAVID J HODDELL CO BL WHITE O at we arc enabled to sell STRIPED JAPANESE BLACK AND COLORED Etc. CHAINS AND ES I LLL SiuTS lo CORUs HALF SETS in CORAL GOLD BRA In and Gold Collar Gold Finger f I Reduced Prices to WHOLESALE Iv complete and entirely separate from our Retail ti n ito Y r ai 1fl are W examine oor n. C. SIL V E R c prim ip 1 to e from ha southern ot 1HF r is LlII I N I- tSE EAN OK a thinks it is not thw mitter of have lieen hut in Lot is 1871 n re t mm n oui B ir 1 i The C on r 1, tbat 1 pel mi ef u idu t RIL an J the United in T I to Uie safety of F Hart n U -en cj fie incidents of the i n' f i tho year At ih t special U r Ih all ob- t k in tbe M of Christian arc American citizens subjected to in tin and Thw is to the fict that no in i no. The I 1 St t rs Government has 11 oi tht China that the of tbe treaty the two mt ni be en reed The graves of the ire inbuilt 1 stones in one u nee the body of a little child f in tan was tbe c U ID an 1 the throw n aw ay J 11 it. 1 tat lie lo it or h South as w of dis i ia to define 11 rent B inti In China 1 a is no sectional i laborers for The that we have ind teachers where bat tli it of Board be 1 that thoy may way better and faster E T of Alabama said tho mission work of tl e School Board IB the most important part of this Wolfe since the cities and towns are now generally awake to They the back woods the churches have neglected this Sunday School work aid to them our agents to go that they may bo informed on thla and trained to their duty We can't get money fiom these people hut we ou to make an outlay for their benefit indue will bo repaid with largo interest Dr he thinks that the Baptists in all ages have been made UD of the and element m its purity is found in the co Let this class be trained ard in oml ink few have cause to thank God for the Report adopted Adjourned Ui Monday 9 o clock Prayer by G A of bom Opium 13 00 Alum SalO Borax 45. Brimstone BalO 1 20al 40 00 2 75 per oz per pi un 1 Castor 5 50 o 00n3 50, per pal 3 OONd 15 per 1 6 00, pci Dillon 1 45al 50 d extra G 00 S 00a8 50 9 10 ilO 00 t reclined 1 00 25 as to Bourbon 1 UlaC 00 lioli ison County I 50 a3 31. Croi RUM 3 00a6 00 Onr assortment of flue to c than sustain the Tta Suta etc. ni much wanted Ui promptly mil in all too latest n CONCORD WOOLEN Office asid 21, W Use on haul and arc Light for AND SUMMER T il A D to ond 1 1 1 Jo Ul to inline oni before Solon We to order Penitentiary Stripe CADET AND POLICE UNIFORM GOODS n i f Railroad and other who thoir men with Clothin fL J B p O Boz 489 Corner Broad and GA. J UAW t bit jnt ii lii Hi 1 u ol tho diy taken from tho FREE O Leon A rk B HALL ih r r In L i u tot Ltu Irt L tiald be ji as il He r tli Enc t s 1 1.1 d oc upled by T 1 ilv r r iow Wm II House t ft li 5 t T t bcs I iul tic RAILROAD EATING I MIL Ja 1 i I ui v r tht At TIJ nad W wl J In id ill OnJ a pi I f L II n ML I and ii JM it fj ar I 1 i iig and ttn I iim lueti to CAMP J i t n UK 1101 1 i- ii a 1 f rut y rawn fr and r U and i 1 o n J U C VS 1 J r 1 T U 111 1 A r i jn mi ft A A T I O N AL HOTEL J F BA V E U ch vnU Ual Hi to Siller a hu kn i Wiig or ctar FIRST PREMIUM 1 50 Holland Gin 1 Scotch 8 50i4 00 Domestic n 00 French Brandv 4 50rl2 00 South 00, VU ite cose Linseed oil raw per hmd 3h rry lo 0 and Bed 1301) S r EO UO per AHD nal 1 SOai 25 1 i 2oal SO 300a260, whale 1 30a300 1 40al 75 Pure 1 25il 50 7oal 00 39 35 Copal 3 23aB SO I bOaS 23 4 50ao 00 White per Ib 9al4 do 15 Corn Sleal 95al 00 13i 12 15c 14Jc, A M BY lur a returned P on n of the a ASSOCIATED C li Yellow Brown 10al2 Rio Coffee 171a20; 80 28 Virginia 3 35 Liverpool 2 25 NO 35c per 25 Race 20c 8c. Ek tra Stale 15c, 20 Goshen butter 40a50c Tennessee 22a28 Cow Peas 1 15, Live Feathers 76c. AND Cherokee hmf 50c per bushel 70c, Hydraulic ce ment 4 00 per barrel James River 4 50a 5 00 per Plaster of Paris 6 00 per Swedes 7a8, round and 5alO City Mills bir 5a6, Pittsburg nit 63 of North and L w arm in arm in their arduous T h He to the usefulness M o ir Mi Tins Hn 1 a of 3 000 5 000 000 are miles and a popu of i it IB b lie t reh non it was blow to 3nibe an amon them For but link could bo perceived in the sion but now the work goes on rapidly More results ire now m one year than formerly twenty He re- ft rred to tbe Providence tbat has the of and the of the Pacific b China so he from rounded Cape crossed the Oceania journey tr five Kow tbc caTne journey is in live urging to of the if erring suffrage in Legislate nad 10al2 t ik and give UIK vast d land a pure Christianity The report adopted Flic coui e on tho condition ol the col oml 1-eople ot 1'ia reported follows Pro n all think the people arc manifesting a greater de- sire for from the and ept more the efforts made by tho Board for their They i ecd all Uie Ih it can be offered m in mini anil conducting Sunday is stated that the President has ordered the military an- to assist Ihe civil authorities of South Carolina in cnf the laws Representative Bower's Digamy trial com- mences next Tuesday The Eastern banks have applied ally for the balance of the currency assigned but not taken by the South and Tht organization of a National cial Bmk at is a capital ot a million A confe introduced in In the melting this morning of the committee of 21 on the alleged Ku Klux out a resolution wia reported that will be acted on providing for a sub- committee of 7 to continue until otherwise irn at NEW NEW May decisive from Par la The in order the choice of a are associating Dombrowski and other Generals have associates assigned them A special to the London Standard says the will probably carry the city and the Communists ore leaving in dismay 7a8 10s to 60s, also fencing ol as 10s, 5 SluG 00, all cul 5 8s and 93, 5 33 ill 00- Gs and 7s 1 50 8 75 4s and 5s, 5 50, 8s, common 3s, 800, and 75c per keg above same size com 10s cut nails to be the standard or low est 521 Plow 9alO, 25a28 18a20 TOBACCO MARKET Common sound 60, medium sound 65a75, fine sound extra 85 May report papers suspended Several persons were injured by tho fall of the column in the The advanced trenches are one hundred metres of the The troops occupying the are greatly the fire of the insurgents Thirty killed Tbe Communists still hold ia NEW May uplands 15J, Orleans sales 800 bales Governments steady and dull Blocks strong and State strong an Money easy at 4. Gold steady a 10J. short 11 Flour steadier Wheat n shade firmer Corn scarce and advancing Pork quiet a 1700 Lard dull Turpentine quiet at Rosm strained 3 40a3 45 Freight firm May 08J Bond 90! May 17, uplands 7ia7J, Orleans 7ia7J, sales 12.000 bales Latest Improved f aim to a Bute or Perfection mBK UNDERSIGNED Eig or Stephen Spoon s Patent for the SUte IB now prepared to Belt or Uu State on tic most In or GEL Located at Deca w I N 1B71 the F ent Farm Gate ana recommend 1[ to t ol uia for We consider It stands pre-eminent B. W lato Secretary of H C W Fear O G W. proprietor c mj anl J FANCY found a ami of niw VARIETY AND STATUARY IM LAEGE the far Una f tho yet ATTENTION f all na their L SI McJ alull ai Ocr than lias been to tic i r LOW GOODS FOR SCHOOLS MD for Badges cc d perfected onr for f aay and or WARE ft. r on and at lower than anj In tbc United We refer to out in ibia AT THU r Sharp f c We hare the most Watchmaker In since with as work 1 the workmon In the State havo REFUSED to attempt or UTTERLY FAILED TO DO re ID referring to our who liave liad work done at oar nhop We at fair aud ERY PIECE We lake only GOOD to g M well BB Plain end Ornamental Letter the FINEST ID the who wi end to and them to anything done In New tod BeToal at nd other leading WE SHUl ALL OUfi COODS AH Y STYLE PF THE TUB WIHTE PI IM TUB i AKD TOD YELLOW HE all three to each iher i of tbc Virginia tl o in cl tl rm I r Ibc Atlantic aid I with dally n bj u l m un the and T i 1> of the and Ohio 1 ill he il for r i in n day ol Jui e to o October OP per month of four weeks GO f Per week J Per day 8J For three l For Ibe of Br d at of Ibu Trip at rate in be at all the principal ur tt THE OT STATE ro located 8Ji miles from aro by an age tit of tins four bone to over u fii t waters nf deemed s They are located on the bead waters of the K amidst tbc of tbe Alle tains with treca nod u Uie the river with n. near tie ON i TON GEORGIA TS li CON Proprietor I I Mt T t will I r Y E E mnr d ED W H. SPELLING Br J A. fi all bourr I onu r II IK 1 GIT Proprietor wlH tho DB t y Mi and u U PAi The are band with nil tbc f n 1 be in attendance C A. N CO W DITE from from reach bj rail proprietor Major J T W User ly the homes t On i Oi Hit i Ir aJ d Mac ind for tney u Sight r Company bold v r Ma 110173 THE SPRING the at w Fte by an ler i d even from the fall to Trt n atic and smooth an into ii v ble of a n t J i J I complete i A dm e ww Hotel GEORGIA la bEE J. tin p cl f and to Uie t ni polite and being feet above U e feet below the summit of hw recently 1 and refer of etc. j and circulars fiS HEARD BY C HEARD 1 r The with Ihe market w I I found at the Depot oa of Tra Colonel K and with all nuko to te of OB We haw the beat We don lure Guarantee Article 81 protected from feller HO FOB COTTOS A BE H U S E Credit Sales to Planters EP un l reater 7 mm dr acd it al T If Keza ai A in tlor fib t In- or want of tn Uie Liter COD la ihe SOOT la tte ot nod a. tumdred the bat remedy that for these tt in ay It needed ett who BUT be In need and by of JEO r cr. of Gen. EL By FOB SALB BT ALL w
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