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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA TITPHON. GEORGIA, THUBSDAY, MAT 18, 1871. {VOLUME 281 bee fourth JJT mterestiag Iteaduig GEORGIA. 3 CwU .he is to hold a to extend Lrt Railroad to toUkt iul m roil tilkil the Bloc i 1 i 1 l stone ima3e was i n Col ruinluib muiiin. iwrir wbat isM uiu1-." wbith oiu tins couulr> i bout -s i di and sajs ho mtial i 1 tins country illv i-, r-iiit of their It la desired tbat, as far as possible, their pastors bo furnished from their own class, and hence, it is much to be desired that schools for general education be provided for them Yet we do not deem it expedient for yonr Board, at this time, to attempt this work We recommend your Board to do all possible for the improvement of this people. Report adopted The report on the condition of the Chinese emigrants in the South recommends that our Domestic Board hbor among these people by the distribution of Bibles and tracts, at pres- ent and as soon as a sufficient number of these immigrants reach our land, we recom- mend that a mtive missionary from Canton be appomlcJ to labor among them. The report adopted without discus- .011 The report of the Committee on Condi 1 H HI III 1 i of the J con L -nl 11 hilf i litU' from town Ibe i liftv fi it tied near liner ab >ut two Uie one tin, in. a on top of it, The an nere i.. 1 IL.X- but little of bung us. large tut itiuned fbc} an situated i u ft l ip.rt m in ir posi OIK ti I'll, ii I l >r what pur it tudtut th.t the U i i o Ii ul 1 ll in d bclaim i Ut c i tr l! Ibeui 1 i arm broken oil lion of oar in Europe was read, i recommending llmt Dr W V Gate, our mis- sionary m Rome, be sustained, and tbc force laborers IK, increased A fetter to the Sec Rome, that he and Dr J A. Uoodny, of South Carolina, had been instrumental in organizing recently TbU letter was accom- iianicd by a photograph of four young Italians who are in 1m theological school, preparing for missionary work in their own uorne-s the motion to adopt thereport, G Samson D D of the District of Colum bn, and J W M Williams D D. of Bnlti more T G Jones, D D of Nashville, J L. M Curry, D D, of addressed the "'invention By motion of Rev B Kimbrough, of Ten- .e, the convention joined In prajerfor in Ujme Brother 1 II t i r rt in., .rsf iiUoni mitshuitl, U iht bu l f I' jri uiL Ibe -U> oim Unit h Lr E wt km ui-ur M UK 1 1 u r il f I' e lit ui, tin IK nil L if tliL J trui u ix llun rn> f VU who sun m tli it it ail ulol the success of ur n J L. Burrowa, of lead in prayer i u nu t i -el and iu> 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 !n.l _r L ib in v ntilie in n who i un I U i i f Uie pwl v. Ih il taia t  was i I mttr r U fie timt we ttini inlubiled U uul tbit to tht m ir K 3'iL Lei it i it 1 -v nturtcsill mtl wire it d n I lit piwer of vpeab it 1 d u t iU-% tinf ild wluc.li nil i ilh inid tulmiruimi tx 1 k Im In I no mail b i- r tr n. tLie ir but ill 11 I l run., i a inn ih linn I lojr v r t'lt, dt i h f 1 >n 1 At this junction a colleelum is ta en for the Italian mission of this convention, which m about 000 The aumc report, i. condition of Europe m missions w ulopted Adjourned to 2 o clock Praytrby brother Mirjjin of England, The young men of the 2d Baptist Chureli have appropriated to support two Italian missionaries at Kome Tlic re turned minion irj "f China brother Hart utll for the little Chinese church at Tiuig Chan V of masa meetings ,-c held at night for the interests of I w ill devote a seperate letter ixMhera after ttuj Tbc iflernoon of the Conventior L-, opt ne J ith cr b} II Robert, of ipposid Colton m in i i n I Pouutler who U rN i tf l> Uimluik 1 nl i TIM l_ t h t I. u U u Ml >-r U Pit I' iption i Ga. Cipt ''u L 1 lira Jas 1 T 4 1 G i barn B, VERSAILLES, 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 Versail lists mto Paris They complain of beingmade to flght the Versaillists against their will. A correspondent IB informed that the munists torture their prisoners to death. Tbe troopa awear vengeance. A grand assault is expected within a lew The Assembly is now debating whether It can call itself a constitutional assembly PABIB, May 10 two o'clock tho Place Vendome was thronged. Three bands played while the workmen were chipping the base of column. Engineer Abodie arrived Rochcfort followed The people cheered Rochefort the arrangements were all completed Uie buglca sounded Cables w ere stretched and the column stood firm A windlass gave way, 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 eraaillisls lie was threatened, with guillotine At half past five, the cables were again Tbe column then swept magniliccntly tloun bursting into fragments asitstruektheeartb Theerowdcned ive la and the bunds played the Mar seillaise The statue of the 1 inperor 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 nflt s 1 lie ora tors made all Kinds of extravagant tptcchcs. The crowd disper td, and the soldiern off waving the redilig 1 he excitement was tremendous, and coutinuei SHARP FLOID, (Soooaaon to Goose fitarp, Jr) Practical Watchmakers MAMHFACT0RING AND MERCHANT Jewellers, Silversmith and Opticians, 31 "Whitehall street, Atlanta, Georgia. DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! t been iieui for a long tim iftmond trade, select with great care from Importers such Rooil. we lo kouw tbta business butcr than aaij olln-i r recent of LAltaa STONES EB being bet a ctiaHhera of line goods, girfnC [OOBBECTBD DAILY J CovsrmrnoN OFFICE, t ATL.VNU, Muj 17, 3 u clock P H J BuiinihS qniccceiiL A bttter fctling prt i Is in nunts tins morning oum.; to some nfpniv Cot I m M riotsoactuc Muku iirnx at 13J for mid rkmen ondcnitftoJIng Iborotifihly the raaCablloud MnjtrncUon of the gootki wed. 10 offer Lrcawr than RH5 Jewelry the BUlc, to any p k girfnc a Btlectlon from largoai stock FEB8H from tte manofdcturer WATCHES! from all tbc American roftLen W. L. WADSWORTH, 24 WMteha.1 Street, Opposite James' Bank, BIPOBTER AKD WHOLESALE DEALER IH HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Tools, BeatfarnUUag Goods, Wagon Material, Stoves, Grates and Mantels. ATTENTION OP UEALKES IB United to my ray LAfiSE STOCK OP UOODS, augmenting every day by Trcah receipt, which I offer at LOW FIGURES AND GTJAEAHTEE SATISFACTION. 1871. C J 1871. F. RISER, WHOLESALE ASB BBTAIL DEA1BBS El ,-V Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, DAILY CONSTITUTION g 600 1 00 10 CONSTITUTION perammjn 00 All subscriptions are to admin; is aade, Qnlese preriondy renevaV the DaBM of tbt eobscriber wifi be from oar books. CLCB KATES. Ten COJLCS f (0 Twenty copies 13) Sews dealers llbcnJy contracted with BTJSDflSS DD1ECTORY. i Ccca or nnder thia bead I CM. doJara f or year d for tnouth. I'ajablc la s DENTISTS. B A BA1KD oClr thur if! Ui o Office oo Mamaa HI ltL.li p" S. Crc- i Book on- residence un urnur uf i 3 Hill bqiurc. Ulto IXA E office Ffall. junction and Uroad airctU, sirceta, P U iioi 14S, Atlanta, Georgia. xuiLksi ujiE, M u rm> or BBHABAM D C oiTiM hio profcMioaa! scnrta ti Li f-i ac U c i obllc Office at CL, aj-Ui junction of .Uniit.ua ttud NtaJtog DUES BILLlPb Rcaiden'DenlUt. Office over L uunbtriiu Ikijnwu n, for low middling good ordinary inferior 12 for E IIOWARD CO Boston, Mass. bin ing all 09, selling at 1 11 biher Exchange on Ntw selling sit J premium. 1 OS selling 1 OB i ork bujint; at AMERICAN WATCH CO "Wnllham, Mass NATIONAL WATCH CO Elgin, 111 UNITED STATES WATCH CO Manou, N J HATS NOTIONS, ETC. Wo Bpecla! atteotiom toow OF DRESS GOODS, J L Burrow- of luuoo f English Bipti Is t ofTeretl'a tbc clForts be-uire full Ulanta bonds, 7 per cent do 8 per cent 80 iS5 St ite of Gwinji i bor J- 6 per cent 78a80; do 7 per cent UOaW do 7 percent State of Tennessee bonds ol And we the ONLY AQENT9 for the c r r report; i iiu C..1 ,tv. ..i b ro Ui-r snJ ic t Ul 1 wheit liberty through the of iht Isatumal Church The resolution called out discussion in which T II Morn' n of Eng.mil, D Thomas of South t in him HDD Strut ion of T t Nmmir of Gcorgn H Ifobu-1'', of Arkiiit. II Al pttd unanimous! j The report on mi sionarj of the Sun School Board TV-IS re id hj the cliainiiim A W Chamlhv. of Kentucky Tht report recommend-, that in -v of tho great ur.porU.nre of tbe Sunday School work a work second lo mute, a work which lays tbe found lion of B iptulScutiincnt and liiptist Churches all over our land, thu our churches assotimonfl and coiutnliona rilb to tbe support of this Board that the Seerc tun mij be nble to scad out missionaries to ill parts of (he country and orcj mire schools iteury churJinnl m "en wurhbo'hoot! ii motion to adopt tbe report, di3 cuasion from T C Teasdale, of Mis ss-ippi and G A Pellz. of Pennsylvania. The H tor speaker thinks that one great of tbe S im113 Scboo1 cause is efileicnt bt Lie of bomb Carolina 6 hit "iSaGO, new do f> ml old Georgia Kailroad etoek 1 0 j do bonds lloal 00 Mucon and Western K ulnuul block 1 05al 10 Atlanta and La wi in ,c Railroad bonds tUi95, do Block, FACTORY 8 9n% alO B slurtmcs 34 7A 4-4 blcuned si J 1, 7i91.bltadii.il s nrtnv 7 B, lla lli, drills, 12, bleached -tnils 15i. strinea 10, cheeks, lo osnaburgs, loj, froup 1-ii yarns COLNTUY iOalo In h poUitoes, oM 1 001! 10 ner bbl', nc Cl op B UU ccui Irj hi t ,2 K per Ib t A.ND p ILF, pi r n.en 25 r i 21, kt '3 OJ i- lllastinp 525 PuteiiLshut, ner baj, 3 75, buck d 00 LEATHER hue oak sole 40a 50 Htmlock   (.nth arc American citizens subjected to in tin and iPjtirtcs Thw is owms; to the fict that Ameicaiw no influtnce in i no. The I 1 St t rs Government has 11 lemautlul oi tht China aflltials that the --tip ilation> of tbe treaty the two mt ni be en f< reed The graves of the Anuncan dcil ire inbuilt 1 stones defaced. i' in one u nee the body of a little child f in tan was up, tbe c U ID an 1 the bod} throw n aw ay J ICuo frmiCbmi 11 ._ -chair, aililn. it. 1 tat lie liiluaea lo ll-Q it or h South as w of dis i mtion ia Vmenca to define 11 rent B iptiat inti In China 1 a is u' distinction, no sectional i amon-j thes-1 laborers for Curiat. The that we have crhoo's ind teachers cverj where bat tli it tools' of Board be 1 that thoy may way better and faster E T Tia-an of Alabama said tho mission a-y work of tl e SundJ} 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 nubject and trained to their duty We can't get money fiom these people now, hut we ou 'ht to make an outlay for their benefit which, indue time, will bo repaid with largo interest (Juolmt; Dr Tucker, he thinks that the Baptists in all ages have been made UD of the "hoi pallor' and this, element m its purity is found in the co intrj Let this class be trained ard direc ei] in r'WDnel oml ink few jcwo-fte v.lll have cause to thank God for the results. Report adopted Adjourned Ui Monday mornum, 9 o clock Prayer by G A Peltz, of Pennaylva bom salts, (JjaS MaJiltr Opium 13 OOaH 00 Tier-pound Alum SalO Borax 45. Brimstone BalO Camohor 1 20al 40 Indigo, 00 Qjinme, 2 75 per oz per pi un 1 Castor oil, rmarls, 5 OOaG 50 pints, o 00n3 50, per pal Ion, 3 OONd 15 bnettml per doicn, 1 6 00, pci Dillon 1 45al 50 FLOUIL byperllne d "30 extra G 'jOnT 00 fanll} S 00a8 50 fimcj 9 10 ilO 00 t Liqcott MAHKET reclined 1 00 'al 25 as to proof. Bourbon 1 UlaC 00 lioli ison County I 50 a3 CO, 31. Croi RUM 3 00a6 00 Onr assortment of flue Silver-warn- wTTi "tie to namcnt. c "hail inurt, than sustain the lark.- Cast. UoxH Tta Suta etc. ni much oiijihfni, wanted Ui Slhcr promptly mil in ntam all too latest n CONCORD WOOLEN MILLS, Office asid Sales-room, fto. 21, MAEIErTA STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. W Use on haul and arc etlll mannractaiins Light oolons for SPRING- AND SUMMER T il A D Atlnp'oU to JMCeii's ond Wear. Mtrehai 'i 1 1 1 Jo Ul to inline oni before Solon North. We fnreliih to order Penitentiary Stripe Q-oods. CADET -------ALSO------- AND POLICE UNIFORM GOODS tttrnli n i f Railroad and other Contn'-tors, who famiflli thoir men with Clothin rinalJUl KCillrUja _ _, _, -r fL  ttn I iim lueti to CAMP HOUSE, PORbYTH GEOHQIA J i t n UK 1101 1 i- ii a 1 f rut y iLnt rawn fr and r U -d .idim irured, and i 1 o im. n J U C VS 1 J r 1 T U A1! 111 1 A r UOLbL GEOJ'OJ i jn mtx.au mi ft Kilc.lt A riLPTK A T I O N AL HOTEL J F BA V E U froyr ittor ch U.OOT uoioa Ihui vnU Ual Hi to urlint Siller a >rLa hu kn i Wiig frco or ctar FIRST PREMIUM S'atc? Fair, 1 50 Uum8uOi600 Jninaca Holland Gin 1 SOa? Scotch 8 50i4 00 Domestic Poi-'cr n 00 French Brandv 4 50rl2 00 South 00, VU ite cose Linseed oil raw per hmd Compmj's 3h rry lo 0 and Bed 1301) S r irk1 ,ng EO UO per Also, OlL3 AHD nal 1 SOai 25 do, 1 oilod, i 2oal SO sperm, 300a260, whale 1 30a300 Lard, 1 40al 75 Pure Winter, 1 25il 50 Tanners, 7oal 00 Kerosene, 39 vJOc Pelro 35 Copal Varnish, 3 23aB SO Japan, I bOaS 23 Coach, 4 50ao 00 White lead, per Ib 9al4 do pure, 15 GnooKluRH Corn Sleal 95al 00 Rice, lOc, tierces, faoap, OJalOc. 13i Tdlow OlalOc. 12 15c Candle-s, adamantine, feiipirs. A, 14Jc, A M nia. BY TELEGRAPH. lur a returned mitsionarj P on mvitatu n of the a ASSOCIATED PSE8S DISPATCSES. ._, Eitra C li Yellow C, Brown 10al2 Rio Coffee 171a20; Javx 80 Beeswax, 28 Virginia salt, 3 35 Liverpool 2 25 NO Synm, barrels, 35c Pep- per 25 Race Ginger, 20c Btarch 8c. Ek tra Stale cheese, 15c, Factory, 20 Goshen butter 40a50c Tennessee 22a28 Cow Peas 1 OOal 15, Live Oeese Feathers 76c. LBIB AND CE-IKNT Cherokee hmf 50c per bushel ChewacUa 70c, Hydraulic ce ment 4 00 per barrel James River 4 50a 5 00 per barrel. Plaster of Paris 6 00 per barrel. HABDWARE Swedes iroii.GJaS 7a8, round and square, 5alO City Mills bir "ja 5a6, Pittsburg bar, nit 63 of North and South, L w .Iked arm in arm in their arduous T h He tcatmionj to the usefulness M o ir Sjiuhern Mi China. Tins Hn 1 a of 3 000 miles; 5 000 000 W[ are miles and a popu of i it IB jldlind >t stroDgp b lie t reh non it was blow irorfc to 3nibe an opeam' amon them For man} but link could bo perceived in the mis- sion but now the work goes on rapidly More results ire rejehed now m one year than formerly reirhedin twenty years. He re- ft rred to tbe wtmUufu1 Providence tbat has the acqnisilion of C-iufornu and the buil-ling of the Oreat Pacific Rrailroad b China so Seventeca >ears he saded from iNtw "iork, rounded Cape iforn crossed the Oceania journey tr five Kow tbc caTne journey is in live "weeks urging Liphsts to -mut tliemielvci of the unmis- if erring suffrage npon wom> in theTcrntorial Legislate nad rod, 10al2 t ik Oi'e pointinns Proi idence, and give UIK vast d land a pure Christianity The report adopted Flic coui nt' e on tho condition ol the col oml 1-eople ot 1'ia South, reported follows Pro n all informationrrxtclial think the oolo-od people arc manifesting a greater de- sire for initrnelions from the whites, and nc- ept more kuidly the efforts made by tho Do- m-slic Board for their rcligiomcultnro. They i ecd all Uie Ih it can be offered ihein, espeuiM> m orjraui7inff churches, in slrncung mini ttrs anil conducting Sunday WAsnnoTou.ltay is stated that the President has ordered the military an- thonties to assist Ihe civil authorities of South Carolina in cnf orcine the laws Representative Bower's Digamy trial com- mences next Tuesday The Eastern banks have applied ineBctn- ally for the balance of the currency assigned to, but not taken by the South and West. Tht organization of a National Commer- cial Bmk at Mobfle is authorized, with, a capital ot hr-lf a million A bill confe introduced in In the Sena'e melting this morning of the committee of 21 on the alleged Ku Klux out rages, a resolution wia reported that will be acted on to-morrow, providing for a sub- committee of 7 to continue until otherwise irn at Washingtop, NEW YOKES. NEW YOEK, May decisive from Par la The Communo, in order toavolil the choice of a dictatorship, are associating command- ers. Dombrowski and other Generals have associates assigned them A special to the London Standard says the Versaillists will probably carry the city to- night, and the Communists ore leaving in dismay band, 7a8 Nails, 10s to 60s, also fencing ol pncesame as 10s, 5 SluG 00, all cul sinbes, 5 ,25, 8s and 93, 5 33 ill 00- Gs and 7s 1 50 8 75 4s and 5s, 5 50, 8s, common a02, 3s, fine, 800, iluuhmg, lloonng blating and box, 75c per keg above same size com mon, 10s cut nails to be the standard or low est pncc, 521 Plow steel, 9alO, cast, 25a28 German. 18a20 TOBACCO MARKET Common sound B5a 60, medium sound 65a75, fine sound SOaQO extra flnel OOal 85 LOKDOJT, May ndvices report flvo papers suspended Several persons were injured by tho fall of the column in the PJace Vendome. The Yereaaiists' advanced trenches are wlthtn one hundred metres of the ramparts. The troops occupying the trencbes are greatly the fire of the insurgents Thirty wtre killed to-day. Tbe Communists still hold Montrouge, ia unoccupied. Teleiirapliic MnrlietH. NEW YonK, May uplands 15J, Orleans Ibi, sales 800 bales Governments steady and dull Blocks ver; strong and octlTO State nomls strong an ateady Money easy at 4. Gold steady a lljalli 10J. short 11 Flour steadier Wheat n shade firmer Corn scarce and advancing Pork quiet a 1700 Lard dull Turpentine quiet at Ola51 Rosm steady, strained 3 40a3 45 Freight firm LOSDON, May 08J Bond 90! LIVEEPOOL, May 17, stead; uplands 7ia7J, Orleans 7ia7J, sales 12.000 bales Latest Improved f aim Crate. to a Bute or Perfection mBK UNDERSIGNED tavInffpnrcJiaBedtha Eig J_ or Stephen Spoon s Patent Qato for the SUte IB now prepared to Belt Farm, County, or Uu State right, on tic most reuoiuble Bunpl Qstee In Decatnr or Atlanta, GEL Located at Deca tir, w PAGE, Monlsvlllc, I N C, HurchS, 1B71 We, the andentfTDed, oxamlned F ent Farm Gate ana recommend 1[ to t TannerH ol uia SoaUi for cbcapneeB, Blfetyand prAe> tlctl ntllltT We consider It stands pre-eminent B. W BEST, lato Secretary of Slato, H C W CafthtcrCppe Fear Bank, Raleigh, O G W. BbACKNAXJj, proprietor c mj CLOCKS. (CII "M anl ulUw, rtofi J FANCY GOODS! found a fnUlmeof Toi'et Banakndiielf WoiV ami of too. T.rtut, niw lllt VARIETY EOWZES AND STATUARY IM LAEGE SPECTACLES. 'cliavc the Accncy far Una Stafc f >r tho flticat Spoetnclcg yet prodnrod iilAL ATTENTION f .r all na their L mGold, SI her. McJ alull ai Jltu Ocr Bowa, than lias horetofore been to tic i r VKHY LOW PK1CES REMfll GOODS FOR FAIR'1, SCHOOLS MD for raanaractorlBr BIlTBTanaBnmwMei.'alfl. Badges cc d perfected onr arranffementja for f aruiBhlue aay amonnt and kfiid or SILVKK WARE ft. r on notice, and at lower prlqca than anj otnorhoufle In tbc United SUtea. We refer to out pcrience in ibia basinoaa WATCH-WORK. AT THU WOBIiD'B r Sharp f c We hare the most flnlsbrd Watchmaker In Georgia, since with as eiecatod work -neatly 1 the workmon In the State havo REFUSED to attempt or UTTERLY FAILED TO DO re ID referring to our rmmoronn patroan, who liave liad work done at oar nhop We rORK, at fair aud ERY PIECE DONE. We lake sliall .lo only GOOD .gTirffvdLzi.gr. to Monograms, g M well BB Plain end Ornamental Letter Weha-re the FINEST ABTIBT ID the South, who wi end Bpeclal combloaUotwof Letteia, to order, and exocote them cqmil to anything done In New York. BtTine tod BeToal at Tlflanj a, Erlder nd other leading hottaeo. WE SHUl ENQRAVE ALL OUfi COODS AH Y STYLE PF CHARGE- SSNQER THE VIBQIH1A MIIVERAL SPRINGS. TUB WONTOOITEWT WIHTE PI irilLRCIl IM TUB ALLKCIHAN i bl'IJ AKD TOD YELLOW SILFIILK HE all three locntrd nrar to each iher i t> cawtcrn Blfjpe of tbc Muiil.il titffOtDtrj coaotj' Virginia tl o in cl tl rm I r aletwwin Ibc Atlantic tM-win aid tin. I with dally commanicaili n bj u l m TottUics un the and T i 1> of the Ulanac and Ohio Imilroa 1 ill he il for l! r i in n flrcl day ol Jui e to Ibt, ir-t o October PBICE OP BOJLKD TennH per month of four weeks GO f Per week J Per day 8J For three montbfi l For Ibe montii of Jnno -1 Telegraph, Br d at of Ibu itind Trip TlclteU at rate in be obtalDcd at all the principal ur tt THE (THE QIKAT DTBPEPTIC WATEIi OT TltZ STATE ro located 8Ji miles from Allegbaay Depot, ,ji-ilore aro inct by an age tit of tins four bone coaelien to CCTOTCJ tbcra over u fii t Tbose waters nf deemed s erocificfor Dynpeptia. They are located on the bead waters of the K KiTtr amidst tbc loft; ipors of tbe Alle tains with epluidid rcenery bruuUfnl _ (rrunndz, eorercd wlili (ilisde treca nod u Uie the river with n. near tie Depot, BA( ON HOUSE, i TON GEORGIA JOIJN TS li CON Proprietor I I Mt T t Ilnj-k will attuid I r Y E E mnr BOTXL, d ED GALLOWAY. Clerk. GEOHQ1A. W H. WILSON, SPELLING HOUSE, Br MR- J A. fi all bourr I onu T! r .rdjiry ______________ J3AKTOW UOUSEi "ARTET'S II IK GEORGIA. 1 GIT iiuz. Proprietor wlH Bltecd tho HOUSE, DB t y Mi rtccnvc, and u TlBLb HOL8E. U PAi ITiELC., Proprletflf drtves The Improvemcnte are band with nil tbc oanal ottracuooB f >r amiiEt n 1 irtU be in attendance C A. COLIIOl N CO DeucriptiTe ecnlou appJcation THE1IONTGOMEEY W DITE BtLPJIUB SPRING1- from Tnnncl Station, from whirl, reach bj llgttt-tnicfc rail JU-i proprietor Major J T W User ly the homes t ttii. On i Oi Hit idrcdaTidTwttty i Ir -d aJ d Thlrtv tbixe Mac lunnct. ind Lfai-m for tney BoW_Jr u riioaeaml Sight ilnctompan- r Mtchine Company bold v r tht. Ma 110173 ample, tta. Monteomery HpricgH THE BULPHUB SPRING the Chrif tianabnrg Depot, at w hicb Fte "net by an iheproprie- ler i Vilnuu Icai d eafilly rcgalnted Msehlno even Uaaios from the fall to Trt n atic and smooth stitch. an ithoutdrawingH into ii lthotttdrawingino v otborleatlierwlUi- ble of a -1- ftlto HOTEL. n t J i J I j-i tlied complete i .1111 ctly A dm e ww Hotel GEORGIA on. ?lctc la ererr l-ENXES bEE HOUSE, J. rHK tin p fetor. cl afrd wlthii Twt-ntyfitepi f Hatrunn and to Uie >t t ni polite and being feet above U e feet below the summit of hw recently 1 and refer of marie, etc. j and circulars fiS WADE. artnx. HEARD HOUsE, BY QEOKGE C HEARD 1 ani1 r fQnifpbwL The noptil with Ijw" Ihe market Ptmen w I I found at the Depot oa ttr'wJ of Tra TALLADFGA IS-SO. Colonel K febtS-dtf JEWEIiEY and WehftTts, alaa, Jeweller, with all nuko to orderiDy te of SOCITiW OB CHABK8, PT.TCrt We haw the beat up- We don lure "We Guarantee Evjry Article Sold, aprim 81 miUbtB Street, At'Jmta, Georga. iTall protected from dnrf. inrcOTdcr Braiaer, feller aafl emnfl LEIPEB BaQrcAd Depot, MTJKFREESBOBO, TENNESSEE, PEDDUCE COHHISSIOI HERCHABTJ HO FOB BTOEAGB. COTTOS A BE H U S E Kentmcky -_ u_t- Credit Sales to Planters EP un odlar l reater eateut Uiaa obab 7 crtlwa- mm dr acd r-lUf it al WBJB anzlotial T [after If Keza ai A in K- tlor fib t mJauwt Inrtrfa lyaccoroL In- dJgeiUJcn, or want of acuon tn Uie Liter caorcB Headache, COD JaoodSc.? PsJn la ihe SOOT b, la tte mouyi, ot nod a. tumdred oiber the bat remedy that for these aUtnerU. tt mldly, eflaeta- in ay It needed Bdcon, ett -jsss- nMSMbft. who BUT be In need and by A.K.BIAOO. BUbop Pierce, of GonEla. JEO Gllfsbcrt r cr. Goremar of Alabama. Gen. Jobn EL Gordon. By Bail, FOB SALB BT ALL I? w   

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