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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA 'HILL CO} ATLANTA, QEOBGIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1871 JVOI.tJME 286 GEORGIA. OK named Har Skilled i man named P irk near Athens on tin Clh instant Andiccintly another man n uncd 11-xrrn killed ai il 1 man namedLewis Hali near Red Uaj.mlmsState, riiistbulg is celling to IK. sen m-> and we merely collaW fac's to show Shropshire, Whld by Waterman where they sianil arnej Goaknl Li, married and moved to Chattanooga. He the only man who, as a l uro IXmoci I mil an untarnished Itepubli 5 m can li 11 I ochrane a light Brother Pxilruuell rl illjoupKTSeleadinprayer! Hour i iv inced aft) cents a barrel in At I mi" t laurel} und WaUon and Whid bv null ll oje ftliows are having champaign i c. iki3 bo, rxl 1 i Vtl inta papers, can t understand why ill i -.01 Ic of that ury I so out to hear uiit-i and that sort of thinirs. Perhaps u iirc btiMiy thc.tr money for the next c Acn dispute or for another cargo of l ndcx a slip of the pen recently, wo stated that tl i. t ullon count} jail would cost 000 Ne were probably thinking of Its ca luicitv should be instead ol tho cost, nnd uiee Hit aste'oadmirfijures. The cost will bo Newopapers that depend on Uiu i uim will lease make the Jac illc watermelons passed through ig to lork on the 21st. lliiissajsthe us. Bn J Hamilton Gimril 1 UicCiliolic of Ueorgu, IJci J V kirliy, and Messrs. P P Hem -md Thomiu V Clcany, lure to D h M (n m Aryllsta. Judge Brad U} of the te cril Court in Savmnoli, de the Kiln, f JCt of Georgia, requiring the of an aflidavit of pi} ment of Iciral As soon ri3 a mil lib eriled to the BALEICII, NOBTH CABOtlHA THB CTTT JL OABDBH Of MAM DR. 8HEDE9 THE TTE- XAIB SPIiEIDro COKCKBT AHD ALL ABOUT IT OF EBA.B- LAHTABBTBE- flESTED Prom our own Special Comapoadaa.1 RBLEIOH, N C, May Editor Coratitutton As I am to furnish you with some Jottings by the I might as well unmncnco from HUB point, for Raleigh is n pleasant town, with its hand some public buddings, Ita magnificent oaks, tho growth of centuries, to tasteful private residences, so cheerful nnd home-like, with their beautiful shrubbery and flowering plants and trailing vines. At this season Rnleigh looks like a garden of roses for here the queen of flowers reigns supreme, and cry recently a high carnival was held in her honor nt Bt Mary's school, and I was ono of tho fortunate throng who came, by invitation, to witness the brilliant SPSt.IMary1s and its genial Rector are too well known throughout the South to need description For upwards of thirty years every South cm Suite has had its representatives hereto receive the benefits of o refined, Christian education Its course of study, its dehghtf ul surroundings, its gentlo and refined associa- tions, its elevated moral and religious milu cnccs rarely fail to Impart those graces of mind and manner combined with, those sound principles s hich have made this insti tulion so deservedly popular When pursuing my collegiate course at admirably enacted bj a bright, )oyus looking youngMisi The perl little Dande- lion enacted 1-yacliarmlng little Hebe.bnrste trom the restraining hand of her captors, and rushes on the stage, a veritable persomfl cation of bewitching wilfullness, and ex dataV'I wdl, I wilF The amused nu dlenco had scarcely subsided into decorous silence at her exit when a little fairy form is seen emerging from the band of sisters, and a sweet chudlife voice sings Touch me-noC and actum it out with happy effect. Subse- quently we see her on the stage a Deniable fairy, wita silver v, ings, placing the crown on the brow of royaltj Tho semi-chorus now came in, but per pleied to choose among so manj worthy as piranls to a crown agree to make the Ke clusc the Arbitress of their destiny She ac- y the j clusc the Arbitrcss cepts the honor, and admittm? the justness of their respectiv e claims, thinks, still, that in the rose keombrncd a umple ijracc aswcet perfume and a rare loveliness Say, shall ft be the rose? To n Inch decision all nccedo m ajoyous hurst of As thej retire to pro pjre for the feslli e occasion some half dozen sweet flowerets enler and sing Ihe Uj of the Weather Bells, followed bj the TV hole thorus in a coronation march There the pure white rose comes fora ird and graref ully kneeling receives the crown nt the hnmls of two lovely fairies with silver -nings The bemi cliorus break out m a joj niu sun of fol the whole choius and the dulant echo repeats the etp nut, sir dn The graceful n e comes forward and breaks forth in meloJi iub stnma L.IVI us her inauguration antliem ih ali join in a grand march, and na r ti e the swecl rccluec gives us, in a sole with tl e rose her farewell son.; The solos 11 d fill chorus strive in and Hie bnlli Mt scene c o (aw illi i grand imocition to the Dutj the lord of all Supreme. Thus ended our evening cn'ciL innunt ractical Watchmakers MANUFACTURING AND MERCHANT Jewellers, Silversmith and Opticians, 31 Whitehall street, Atlanta, Georgia. DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! fixes uncoiislitutioii d il II llolLlTb of b OCk H luilvind Road an election fora nen board f directors mil take place Giinravi savsthe Ijgle will have hrr grand jolln'i ition over Uie Air Lino Railroad on the .Dili Is invited, and must brin; A basket A negro church to bc bJilt. Tl c Methodist Church has a new bell Tue sum} of the Ocrnul-.ee and North G la Railroad dl bo resumed June 1st, rops jumping saj s the Griffln Star Pike co inly crops gloomy Vi heat nearlj gpne com small, a lad stand and yellow C tton up ind set dovtn Mr Toombs thus, rlosod bis lecture on M m I har i in Vn0U3la iccording to Uie Chapel Hill, man} years ago, iny only sister was at St-Marjs, a diligent pupil through several conseeuuvo sessions Occasionally I was permitted lo visit her, and nas present at sorno of the musical soirees which occur onco every fc rtn iht, Twice ten years have sped sraec last I p its ixirlals, and time has strengthened its hold on tho Southern heart. Dr Smcdes lias now enrolled among Uia pupils the daughters of whom he trained lo i useful and honored career Age has not impaired Uie energies of his mind, nor bowed his noble form Ho still possesses ill those graces of mind and person, that liirge-hcarled benevolence combined with that inimitable tael which have always made him so univcrballj admired and so generally only by his pupils, who give bun J. ------J grateful4 ears ard a general if coi O nil lioiis and commendations u is on ill si lo Thcro must be a rein ir ilile inn i n of musical tilent in I'ns "1 ulneh 1 i been subiccte 1 lo skillful u d Ji Uei 1 lure The (1 inslieilretl S, irta Tim hi eblazui" In- oin of M to ly bent slu'illy forward, lus bin j u c 11 leu ll iL borne in liio 1 irnn? I -mil aloft grasping i li rl i he presided Hie [n in v, ilhm lu i c.i'i b c r mustlunc felt proulot her ipl p ipil f not a single mistake occuried lo mai the i e formaiicc. I was gratilicd to Icnni leillj Hi i one of the most w cnatu by n oung lady from Allan! i v, ho w (ne o GcorLias Tiiircst s I Lue St Mnrj t, ml lin, hi noble 1 carted fouiukr Atlanta In e limn ler from ither and bind it a I of tvrinny then and iioVl'uithiii will I ler pt the hit utior The Sj-irti Tiiuis the cottin is sc crel} injure 1 Corn flue. Sparta has had i toumuncnt The ixoidtcl as fol Mr Julian of Uincock KnOit of the Go] 1 n I tl e Ut nze Thl Knulit i f the C nfedcme Flu Mr Gci rbe C liar n f Mill tl e 2d pru ind Mr 11 f I'aieoek Ihc 3d the n is n i -own ap on U mid nd iu cpted the chil I i "e of Mr ta to contend for the pruc. The unUnoaii r. Ic tl i mti alroiclv made bj the il Tiliieh resulted in T victory for 11 c unknown There ent li r H-I have ciuscd our fanners b I Uu 11 in the r crops, but we nre pleas 1 to ee me pn peels el achange in tlie tnabli C has Ho ..esincprc peels o a cange e v-calhc r a id h pe u it they nuv ta led lo r I tlleir crops of the f l iu dwecdithitimi n I r ,roivth been asbociatc'd wilh him rendering effectual sen ice to lUe noble calling of Chrislian edu ,tion Bcndca these, I am toltl there arc nt lenst a dozen able female teachers, whogni-instrue tion in tlie oriojs brauches and accompnar menta, which, m our daj, make up a com plctc scholastic course Through the kind oflires of frit-nds I re- ceived an invitation to attend the annual May festival whiCii curae off the evening of the day on which I reached tlio Capital Once more I entered tho spacious parlor which I so remembered Its lofty wills covered costly and beautiful pictures, its bronzes and other works of art, its handsome pianos and other finclj toned mus cvl instruments, make it the ver itihle Hall of the Muses The apartment was tastefully decorated with 1% reuths of evergreens cnterlwined with rttots the Chair ef State on winch tjie Queen was to bc eulbronul wis literally a bank of and Iho leifi screens Tvhich hid the perfo-mcrs nt v, ill from our view had quite a scenic rural ispcct The hnll was tolled at in early hour by the benuty and ihte of Rilcigh by Iho friends and rtlat the pupils and by invited guests from neighboring towns fco fv a-> I know your humble servant was the onlj itive of the prcs1! who was present ihu Coronation of the Hose' PART CHORU3. Some fiftj yoang ladies tastefully iltirod m w hitc tarllon ich adorned v.ith the flow ershe inttrm couples and per'ornunc eral graceful evolutions around the break forth Into the introduuloo song, ore the 11 era, etc. to a piano aLCompinuntnt glide awiy as the Kccluse enters chiming her lay in soft dulcet strains JDAOT] CONSTITUTION OFFICB, ATIASTA, Slay 2-j d o dock p The stagnated condition of tommine sti prevails, ana quotations Uiereforu un clianged quiet at 13J lor mid dlmg U for low middling, 12i for goot ordinary inferior GinB hujmgatj 09 sellm at 1 11 Silver buying 1 (M selling 1 Exchange on New "iork buying at par selling at i premium, bonds 7 per cent 70iu do 8 per cent Stite or Georgia bonds i per cent, 78nSO do 7 per cent OOiSS do ner cent cold 88 St UP of Tenncsfct pe'rcenL gold 88 aonilfl, old, 58aCO do new 54nr5G Alabama, 5 uit OTO du State of bonth Carolm 0 in it 0 Bt ite il 0 s d rk IGc SHARP FLOTD, (Snocaaon to George Bliorp, Jr) PHILLIPS, FLANDERS CO., Payable In flOOu B TO I tt. ilnzie U WKEEXT CO'SSTITCTIO> pcransam. (3 On AH Bnbscripdora vu parsb e str'cUT In Advuce Jid, ttt Jie eipirsnoa of -hr umc fc vUch pajmen. HAVE OS HAND A LARGE STOCK OP ibacribcr will bt s jic.a.n CLCB KATE1 tat copies --DlOS libcraJr Twenty SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, very n f UrClltanlCo ntn T rUdlt-thoj bare timoui r rdm wtlli cm mid at low ncprectlcal workmen understanding tboroaebly niatenal and construe Ion of tbcQoods we tl ral crester inducuaxeiiu tlian any othor Jtwclry UOUBC In tie State to any pur lore of flue -tXMla, glTln. a from the largtat Btoti FIlEStt froii tbe msnnr.xU.irLr WATCHES! WehaToafnUBsaortmcatrromaUtJianio'itftpinv d American nukwa R HOWARD CO, Boston, Mass. AMERICAN WATCH CO, TViillham, M ws NATIONAL WATCH CO, El0nn 111 TjNITED STATES WATCH CO, AU un, N J And ore Uio ONLV AGENTS for tlic JLLE3 JURGENSEN, JAMES NARDIN, EDWARD PERREQALX, DAVID J MAGMN, JAME3 HODDFLL CO HIJUA8 LINENS TAPANE-K CLOTHE Tl KS 1IOML1 i SlIOIs 1 BUSIXISS BuiEGlORI. for twenty five d JITS fur caactL, ILU ITE la OLC monA. 1.1 i DH4- A. ItUIJl UIL Jill jUmJi of iL D Oft MOIL. OHi o 1 Phil ips it C s Book COTDLI of Citj Hiul fcqu JXS. r H. D (.iJ. t, 03 i on 1 URS jau (a. d ko UL u ac BiTttcLe. I O Boi 1 AlWUM LU1 L, X D1L ft C rr1 iv S U! LU Oc r atctf Madison House, >r-> Mllf JTC ETC F r OcnLi BOOT1; II VT 1 CI >ril> CHAINS AND "CHAR MS. t ru t T 1 1! bill thin, it is conflned I Lidi, Moie ml 710 cUm i0e will be done irop f Gasft e tST See fur Rfadtng I pre Co I Con TCSS tuid tho b 11 nz deei lul that paper d lender for .1113 can be cvi sum od 1 li, d le She pajment f debts Hie argument now is 4 that no belt nlscrm be made of the de- I pn c (T the n lebtedm js of 1 it i COTJNTItY eh-JOkeiS 40ft45, In.h ol 1 1 00 -J CU bb new wop 8 Ou cotmin V. il r u >c. <-r It POWDER inr keg 25 poiui Is 2 k i 00 i 25 Blasting 5 Pt-tec sJ-O i LI 1 2 75, buck S 00 LEATTKR AiD tc onk Ic 10n 50, Hemlock j2 u l French calf bkins
We are offering to prompt paj oa8t Pitts band, 7a8 bar, OaO, nail rod, 10al2 ails, 10s lo 60s also fencing of oweret. drop beneotU toe potent spell, y each oftor >.a drop thdr jprettv As the charm which, steeped then- to momentary oblivlousness to dis -J ideM "ho write books, the only new otr which is the poison tliey mjeo thuig u into them. m ts rewarded another ex Con rant h he haa appointed gressman bem? t March, On Thurs to office since the 4ih Warner, of day he nominated ex Mr bntunablo rtonce to Inwp suiting action to word, as day chanV 'Nodding, gaping, oyehrja slowly aroppinj" Tho cflect was perfect, as the scene was so inBuwu was aen mto. Partridge, m j.----> -_, t, to Venezuela was promoted to tne----- Blow, change au wound. a at theMichiff NEWSPAPFR beantilnlly rendered, and the closing duet oi the Nightingale and tho Boso was executed with touching pathos and sweetness. ThBiUlUia performer on the flute, who enacted the port of tho former, from hla leafy >wer was. I suppose, ono of the professora the estaUtahment In part the shades ol night areISM tend, the gloitotB orB of day casu hw reM crrer the-Iandscape, all nature be- ong, and tho whole chorea of ret forth ta eiulUnt tong, Goo< Good "To the Choice, pretentious Hollyhock comes i check their felicitations, and pn i part same size, price same as 10s 5 25a6 00, all cut spikes, 6 and 9s, C Z'iiO 00 CB and 7s BO 6 75 4s and 5s, 6 71 u) '0 la common 13, 3s, fine, 8 50 finishing, tlooruig sluting and box, 75e per keg above same size com mon, 10s cut nails to be the standard or low cst pnce, 5 S5 Plow steel, OalO, cast, 25a28, erman, ISaSO. TOBACCO sound EOa medium sound fine sound 7Ga90 extra flnel COM 85 Xelejrraphlc SZarlfOts. NFW TOBK, May quiet plands 18, Orleans sales bales. Governments steady and dull Stocks ver] trong and dull. States dull but except Tennessees, which are active. Mane; K Golff lit 101, ehort dm! and declining Wheat strongly and otber dntciaaa leading WE EHQRWE UL OUR QOODS IN AHY STTLE RBEE OF CH4ROE, JEWEEET MABUEACTTIBIH6- and 'avorsbuyera, Lard firm Turpentine quiet at 52aJJ4. Rosin Inn, strained 50 Freights firm. LOHDOH, May 28, Bonds 90 J PRASKFOBT, Hay 00 J LWEIIPOOL, May 23, qme and iteady, uplands Orleans sales bales. Bed western winter Flout87s. WohivBthePTHKSTAETlST in SoMi. who ?H1 bo S ma City aEd cottUry dtatcT porchaucrB om.en.ts iiJdeoaBo't their ownjnterou by TENNESSEE iiOCSE, o j of EnBacmandPteKren Mnrliig them TTe Guarantee Every Article Sold, 8RAJBP 81 Atlanta, STEPHF.1S Ponrrth Street-near tte Capitol, ABtou, W. H. HANCOCK, GEHEEAi IH8UBAHCE AGENT, CAP1TAX. UEPBESESTED, I, KLBE lOTDEJUICE COMPAHY OP JXHrDOS, AGESOT MKB ESSDBASOE COJtPASy OP fca iv 3 "t A. (JaLIrtl EfV I a. fam n ua J a in-l A. STAfSBtJRt, "r TEffi above locswed w i n l tia Eallroad Jiaif nn -iwi c njiaets portion of PC to ibeir ou Ail rec of charge- Ictor. r HEARD BT GEOKGE C HL Oeorgla, RD been recently j r i and ref TUe Uib-w a w-a ith Ihe bat the isarktt a5oru. I FISH" NURSERY. xi wBojjcfrtwrti
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