Atlanta Constitution, November 3, 1871

Atlanta Constitution

November 03, 1871

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia TITUr ;i Price Five Cents Hel preac ntrii i etcbranc. ef- jyjire L'x-br.r.e of Uie Supreme hn il'iir-: U'j are informed. retire from tl'.t and rt- e a prsctJte more 1 irrathc than oHice. auwdmre wi'li determination, l.n lt' i-nnnnt of the l-.tter'fl l a for UK- Lt, ia order that ttitre may he no con 'tn of l.n n-tiretneni wHU Bnllock'a ab- Mi Irn-nU h-ive counseled w t. i t f.'ir-'- ll'b'B nlt'-ntiondc- T4ivdnil> l.tvrature of th'Ml iy If qualify her forcon- virniioji, "-ITU I.'T to tilli -'i.-( !.T (flK-itinn in tliu actual 1 tvtnt-f. her Ion id tii'' ii'- [Mjtffi IriCfime funiiliar th'-pr- "Ti1 f'l.inf'-r itutl improvemcnt tfi" H of itnportunre li'i' lh ui, pidvJBiim, tui- nidcd I" ihc 'i -LITI isr of I'XttullTi- junni lir no iiilnf tin Srin'c in tli.' (If. lion nntitliir ..f luil would, in mir ui-w, V'tc-.iic Uit- ollhi- wliuii hid thilt IJCL-II prt1- liil-.l in of Ilir t'i ii-U.n-ioii Tim H. mfi'-i, n new q-ifsiifin to H-, nn 1 wi in iv Wt- c in no 01 ru n] ii mmiliir LMHC, and in lliti to O.JiO r. H., which t iKcii up und lost. Mu. Candlur renewed the motion to ad- journ until P. M which waa carried and the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Tiiellou'e menu 10 o'clock, A. ir, Speak- er Hinith in Uicchuir Prayer hy Hi-v W II. Strif kland. On motion, the culling of the roll was dis- pensed with. The Journitl of yesterday's R-jularjil ripprovcd. JniiHT, fame forward, was mvorn in and JIM teat. Mr. Flynt, of Tfilmfmo, UUH Hwoni in. The HOIHC went into "the election of a Mi xtengtr. Mr. Jesse Onlin nnd A, El Oai- ton wore prupom-d m candidates, ro a ivttl votes, and (JUNIOR remveil JJ votts. Mr. OiJin win declared elected nnd WUB in. The Home ihen proceeded tb the election of a AlcvtM W. .1. Horn, H, HPWP, W. R Harm, H F. I'l.rU-r, Ulay, L. A. Junes, and J R ( wort1 put in nomination. A conni nppointineut of a Coniniiitcf to tin- .Semite thai the House ;a mil reiuly to prot-ccil to Adoptid UOIJI-'B amendment to Mr, McMillan's rMituliun U.IH Mr. Sfoll fiircru) a retention allonin? KP- pfirttTR tin- pinilcjjesuf tliK llooi. Adopted Mr, Stu-jirl oin-retl a resolution proviJini- for the iippniniiin-nt nf a Cninmiiiec to report -uimliU- nilc-i for the fnvcrnnnnt of ihr K.iu-e. ami Lust ilie rules iiiloplwi n 1H70 hhtiiild uniil their n pun Vdi-ptel. iMt-sr.. him id.McMilhw. Pliillipv Echf-N, Il.ill of nnd Mi i of iilKt'iice lo Mr if L-e, on nri uuul of ki.e H. muiit to Mr Ilmemin. MrOulcUuiith ml a prnvi.l in; fur of n tin ItiL uso ol the 1 uliid AdopluJ. Several losolationft were offered in relation lo fie drawing of sc.its in tho Home. Th mutter was fli-pomil of by the tulnptiim of a itMiiuie uhic'i tlonn drawing of "its an tirst to-iinnrow. The bilh rtad the first time liy Mr. bill to the ad known us tlu1 IIoIc'Hiihe lull in relation to Ihc m.mner of holding elcrtions for "iuiK-ilof thucuy of Allan la. liy Mr lull to ulitr the law in re- lation in on money. liy Mr. lull lo the mrnt of it) per cent. inieriV. on 100 bonds of eich of ihe Scolicld Mill Company, etc. Mr. Uu.lson.of hill to alter und amend t.f.ction Code of GLurgi.i. By Mr. of hill to make it a eriminal utK-nso for to their f-inplnycrs before the terra of service contracted fnr expires, On motion, the Jloitsc then adjourned till 10 A. M. to-morrow. Will Grorcia Do ITIibont Her Jluliock! is B. Bullock, who, the grace of Uadical rascality and the power of Federal !i.iyonels, iwrmittt-tl for years to misrule the State of Georgia, anil (o rub her treasury, Ins nt last relieval the State of hU [irrsi'nce by tendering his resignation. He jame far from ihe lines" of the State ticfoTV lie allowed the fact to become known. ProbabablV he thougbt he wassafir in the air breathed by Delano, Cameron, ami othera who helped him to rob tbe til ate of her rail- roads than he would have been, within her Iwrders. Bullock admitted to a United States Sena- tor, in this cily, yesterday, that be did not like the course political were tokirjcr in Georgia, mul th a he feared be would be im- peached if he returned lo the Stale. Very likely, for the papers have hinted as much lnU'ly. Nor would it have been very strange for the Legislature to impeach him. be did not d it, then impeachment should be ernor, not un wic- cewls him (u the takes at oiia-, Ihe Govirnor'a scat GEORGIA. U-wr. this country [lowers UTL- worn by a bride on the occasion of ht-r simnly as a fra- orcuiivm to lend still f uriber trace and bwuiy lu the Wmij who u lo give ner- setl away ior In ihe interior ol France, flowcTcr, tht-w flowers are worn a lim.'inal of punty, not only of the bride lf, but of iiiie-nty and morality in the rof In ccnaiu pro- its adornment h, consWcral Mcrcd n-ht. obiaiactl by undoubted charac- ter, and 5QCjj proudly blotted from the books, Having plundered the 8 Lite to hia content, and lined his nrct with stolen gold, he saves himself by fleeing from the just vengeance of on out- raged people, li U safe to predict that Bul- lock will never again disgrace the soil of Georgia by- trending upon it. Every honest man in the State must breathe more freely uow that he has resigned. He was a perfect incubus upon the enterprise end wellare of the Slate, and prosperity coald not bat re- main far from it while maladministration overshadowed Fbtrioi ATE tbe are cmancipatins their slaves, and many pri vnte elave owners nrc movins in the wtme direction and converting them into free ten- anLs, or freeing them upon ihc condition of four service. Oiacmsion of the International Copyright Law still continues. A serious railroad acc.iue.iit is reported near Penh, Scotland. Our ftlallm. Thr Post Office Department, or whoever for the minngi-rncnt of the mails in f feorpia, un'ler-itnnUj to a punctilio how to esta'jlUli a mail line and run it at considera- ble expense lo the government, and at the tunic lime profit nobody am! uccnmmorlate n ilxniy. Tin; condition of our nuiiU illus- tritt-M this iH-uutifiiKy. war, the n-c have a (ri-wet-lily mail con- with tin- Kuilrorni lit Stone Moutitiiin. A hrne si nt c the clepiirtniint onlen-d Hit; mail lo SIO.-H- Mininlain to mue .1 week, ard tri-wH-kly null to Snw inntp on the Kirhmond and AMuntn Air-Lsne lEailroad This was c.ll will it vus nolwhiU our pi-onlc, if it httd hi en propr-rly UM u b-it Thu Air-Line ro d dots ncjt deliver at E hough there ihe, ami ourniail.whcntf ni returned TliiH Lawrenctviilc, with nil it K'ljipljfa uiih uiail, i.- left wnh only nnr; mntl a wul; from thi; and our imiU are hciltereil all ig tin1 road from Atlanta to ni uniuhtc nt Mnnntiim All of thi- diftlfiilty could have htcn nvoidcil bv simpU hrccling tlic mute apent on the Air-Line I{ 11. to deliver the ul where ready to receive them there i Tin-re H certainly great duty, fnr ulm h theie no If no better nrr.mgf inrnt IMJ made-, it would bo infinitely I" th r to n. verse tlie order und le-ive the mails ji at they were Atlas. A slinrt ridr a few tothe nsnti i e of i inenn ,.itic fiirniL-r 1'iw kindly look IH :iround bid floviT, biti-ni. nnl in leu! u vririelvnf iln ,i-rc'iil srius-rs. :ill h an JIIK! Kprt'iuliiifT rinely n.-' ptrts of Kentucky. He his gtiliernl m me mrnll p-itc h v ovi n of the seed having been 'own hsl grazing head uf ttncK for several widm before uPottmg it to run p for ii'iy. He i-. n'-w Mippu-e Q heart of sto.-k upon :l unit this luxuri- ant growth SCCHH unhurt. will other luen learn to 'Ti-> mo-i nen one eternal si ni a from one year's cml lo an.'rthcT, meet Unis for-uppliL-ito ni-At acropu'illi. fch sll we never Icirn ni-ibun'- dots no We arc all M. imporUnt oj tnurh rnUor we pltasc, compiled to hv the fir-t of Nuj-eiuber each 3 ear to Ii--irt lieni. nnd jet we provide the Dr L-u t-ndt-r's cji ver Inv li.m next s-jtimi; am annnrr, of the other pitrht- till thriving, and t'i ami again? Hu has at fifteen nrrn of nmml intuniiji'i ami birk-y.ab I'mkinsicn tine indeed. Uis ortns and hozs are Uepi during the winter from turnip gnu much Barntzc.Ue Gazette. anil yet we think know Lavtudtr .'.ny NEW YORK. XoT.-nificr 2 C qtilct and weak; L'planJs Itig; Orleans iM) bales. Cotton sales for future 1 eninir ball-, OH follow N'.vc her, 13 o UecembtT, Iri 7 January, fi, February, 19 1-lfi. M, Flour quiel and unchanged. Wheat a plndc rmfT. Cum slightly fivnr Pork qoiet. Lird" Turpentine tirm at titf. firm at GOao 73 for strained. Freights unchanged. Stocks Govomments dull but s'eadv. St-jtes dull bus firm. Money 7. O'old 13. Exchange long S3; short November 2, noon Consols Bonds FaiSKTORT, November BondsOCJ, PAEIS, Jfovemtcr 2. Rentes NovenibcT 2, noon. Cotton opened strong; Uplands 91; Orleans 9f. LATER Cottnn quieter; rales ba'es; expon and speculation goral anfl gus Snnaxo miserab'e- aged, -without rclisb for fornj, without energy enough for exertion, yet with nn acute pain, or other specific indication of disease, how often do we sec feeble invalids fading as it were out of life -without any apparent c-iuse. We say of them that they are "sinking or "siskins as the case may Lc, Bat there is nogood'rrason why thcr shomd sink at afl. Persons in this dead-afire slate simply want invigorating and vitalizing. Nature, in a state of torpor, demands help. Bring oat the rescm of vitality in Uic sys- tem, brace the nerves; tone the stomach, break op morbid Uaace of bodv and mind, with a course of Hostetter's' Stomach Bender nnto m are Ta limes past wo believed that tiic State Printing ought to be done at ihe seat of gov- j Biuoa. It can be done. It has been done ernment. We are-still of instances. Tbe effect spaa The law requires that the job work shall be {tbe enervated frame b electric, dune at the Capital, and that the proof sheets top, however laasuiil and broken down. of tbe lavs sball be read bv Uic Acts on file j member thai for the eibausled, the debCI- IQ Secretaiy of State's and that the Governor shall have a superrisitm of the work. These requirements indicate Tery clearly that ihe work should be doce at the scat of government. Besides the party press located at the Capita] is expected to do the principal and. leading work for tbe party, and fe, tn our opinion; falrty entitled to thu work. If the State I'rinUng is honestly done, nndcr the present law, there ii not profit enough, to warrant combinattona of- presses in distant portions of ibe SUte for the pur- pose of the local press of workOnt- boweb prvnlent in the faH tTwoa. tated. the desponding; this powoful vegeta- ble restorative is a genuine elixic. It ia hot a- mere ptnnalent that provokra transient Sash of vigor in tbesvBtem, and then leaves U ia a more depiTseed condition than before. At His Old W Tear Stand, 92 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Go., Tfaree Doors Wonla of Roarlc's Corner, E8 THIS HETHOD OP IXFOEMISG BIS SUMESOUS CITY A3B COOSTRT FHTBSDS ASB tfcfipriccipiJ mantels o' Wie and West and ana aocea erteanreiy to already Large Stock, nai has now, perbajw, tlielir; STOCK OF G-OOUS OB RETAIL. t if yon waal to ron fail toflodwbat It Con-eqacody joo had better ca] TtK LYACU flra; aud nave t-me ajd too. ily Suik, in pan, coasLTu ui Hia filoct It extcsfive to merelr a. fiftie'h part of it. f-umeand bim ana his auj v be jon -.ram nirav i ay any. No ______ ___ Harness, Saddles, Bridle-, Upper, Sole and Harness Leather; kinds of liopc and Iron Ties; and Syrnps of all qualities; a stock of Wine and LJcjuors, at wholesale and n-tail; Ifonliern Citler in barrels and bottles- both old and new, but yet sweet, always in stock. Dubiin, London, Glasgow and Liverpool" Alra, and the caMi, bottle or dozen, on hand. PETEtt LVXCU bos a fine cool cellar to keep such Gooi'a all of the j-ear. One Puncheon Old Scotch Malt WhL-jkj, one Puncheon Old Iri-h JIalt on hand for !iot punch's during the winter. A cnnstniit and r-tock of Cotlccs, nnd Teas tnd Provitions generally always kept up. Soda, Snict-s and all kinds of Family -UP, oodwure. ware an-1 Pwfeel ei-d TaW- Cnt-lcry: rijam, and Snnflfc- W rappttiK Pap-r nfid Tir uc anri n M-eds alwjj tnotl durui- tuo BLMSOII, ele., eic. dlUiT at Kiiulueaie or JictaiL iJSO Firo Oraclxerfs cii liaml, the time to barlon-. befiro tho Ch-ietius JTallitays com-, ax will advance. CoilllIlJ su'lcjtl-d- will Do and faiifainllj OUaTHl the O2 Street. ESTABLISHED 1854. C3r. WHOLESALE COIPECTI03JEE, FAICT -AND DEALER th.10 t0 2Ili a0d tlie t A. R T STOCK IN THIS LINE EVER OFFLltKD IN TilW aiABKET. in pirt of Jack's Stick Candies, IN TO SPIT ISO.OOO Fivo Pound HOXCH and Aaieric'.in Fiincy Prize Cautlicfl in to Retail at lO.cts iJ5 clri or WJO iSovcs Fresh Crude- rn, nil 11S5 Barrels Nuts a-soitcd. I.OOO CIISM KufrJitli ;iml Cases ire, CumlKM l.itid, Ktc., Etc Sariliiios, Oysters, Snlmon, rrsiitu, Catnii-a Canned Ooiiltd Conilonscd Milk, CtirrantH, Citrjp, Verniict'lli, Cocoa- Tire Crackers, Sky Kockots, Hoiiian C.iiullcs and cirrj other Description oi" Fire-wurk 13 A. S It K 'r ami Pri--c List nulled JA A. 1) T O "V 26c Quanta Constitution JCCata iPPLEBT. s ilinrizccl to manufacture Ike original sir genuine. I'" of the Pre- mluni triveo 'nbcn Desired AIL rin IV U X E it o -TO------- MOBILE NEW ORLEANS, TKXAK, LU13 MOUNTAIN UOUTE SELMfl, ROME AND DALTQM BAIL83A0, iSiESGEKS Icmas Atlaau the O A. .H, Mckicrn aud .4ttan- arrive at itumo it 13 A, a_ kiuff close cocceetiona wlih Traia bciroi, llome and DMton Hailrued. orriTiuga: LilA a; 8 10 P. a., awl making ion i train ol Alabama Central ermligat. A H un'ai CALEKA irua 7.10 P a ,..............745 x x New Uritaua..........................I ST. p m Ktrad has been iis it besalj of fljnrii. HO up BEnv'EEN iiOUE ASD StLUA n-ia Cars run tiruasj VIA i UinaicaJ pujktA. ian: as 1-ow ia OIJT I BOH-FORFEITABLE. Xt. Rt-mnloTjuai to Rc--idcDc; cr Trsrcl. Strlrtlj n Bninc Cumpaiij, wilii in CAPIT.U. mEriTilEXTS ATII03E. t'ju.-eli tbnaf of tan bcuilUa of Itisantnce to giro ii their pattou- irhldi are cff.Tixj of diaract-T. wjifa the of keeping tbo in oor own midst, which are aiaujaJJyecst People of ihc Cotton Suies, foater home enterprise, Active Agents Wanted ta every Connty and Town in the Swcih. OT ca'l on J. 31cGILL, AffeEeics, OEce. Atlanta, Ga. WM. S IloLT Vice Prwidea- h O" BAIL bco-ciarr. W EUKxiii ueno-aJ A CPUS. GKKES. Kiaaji octis-tr urcliireTicket Tla a: Central Titkct! OECcr or U ttc II L tuntiiu House. JUUX B PECK. Geirtrsl A-cnL E. G ijtztm tnpaii-itrdcnt. E. T. JwIlXSOS. Local Afiect, So. 4 Jaar x -I-WESTT-FIVE DO LIARS a rtogSe case or tbe s package mates one pist of aediaae. SMI ii by mail an receipt of tiiny ceau. Apd the BofCar aod RiU nsaii, fn: 3 doxea or more copies toaaypcr- Loais No. 117 Mrih Street. St. K> First i'nze Mcduls Awarded. 1UE SonUiernFiaflo _ MASTFACTOEY. WM. KNABE CO., of Gncd, Sgiare ana rprfgit PIANO FORTES, ______ BALTI3IOBE. rpBESE laatragiraijjttge Itecn befon WO1UJCAKSHZP ftASas. Scujt oadilaeli For Bent, 4 LABG3 STOEE, on WtiJehan Street, taz Adair i. cosn: L W. AV2HT, Klior. F. T. CI.MJKE, Co-Edluj. T. LtTilPKLV, Edito W G Local Editor. tS-hlitSS A. Iiti.1 HILL, rwfcra, i J and .o rearo >a ami prMcat n iiJty -JMja.-oof ths people, stdMk.coal-a i-iai ocJy to locj u Tm UTIOS It by> .u-ad idTocac o RAILROAD HACCOBOT. PHEHCH BAPPEE, SCOTCH AHD LTTHBTPOOT SHUFES. HACCOBQY AHB MAXCPACTOEERS OF THE FEfEST BOAKDa Olf SMOKING TOBACCOS. PURE POWDERED LICORICE 133 WATER AHD 85 PUTE STREETS, ".nhs of tea ami a fn.- ti> ccitor _--- no, at inc espLTiUua of lie time for n-tudi is rsade, calrw rmoired. Ibie I aa'wcnbcr v'11x> rrnro our tvmka. Of office of OCt5-ly amples of the above noted Maccotoy and and 1 -ken it t' Broker, and Cot.o WOOD BROTHER, aissltm nsrcitaats, GREAT SOUTHERN FREIGHT AND PASSENGER LINE VIA C1ABLE8TON, S. C. TO AJJD FKOM B.iLTiPBE, PBIUDEIPBIA, SEW TOBK, BOSTOJ, ASD ALL THE EKGLAND MANUFACTURIKG CITIES. THREE TIMES A WEEK. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. ELEGANT Sea Voyage Ten to Twelve Hours Shorter Via Charlts'on Tola! Capacity Bales Mont Ihe ?outh Carolina Kailroad Company, ilrurn.r If' n lid? lit Bllcntluu to Uiu Oui SLit e at llio wllh IhsFIcc- of Thirte d Jltfiular fcHar PORT OF CHARLESTON. Z fn IlJU-Hof nn nn-i Tmn-prrlalion fof Freight cud Pa'Fcns capacitj bt uny o-.hcr i'ort Tlje eplcuctldOcian TO NEW YOKK. GEORGIA, not pzcj'lltBl In i-rrrllcncc o t j on Iht Llur: RICHARDSON'S Pvented lopnmamti Is FIA5OS ItrcmoTa lie ouaes ot deiaitj- bjilloinc'Ennj Fnaj tir Fire Yean, tbe itgnbiiiig tbe aokmofl JIUIL.UKJIL ta-tiri m tte wen aa PABIOBoBaasra iiEBoi them. at ilus season, oecaoae it isaaaotidoie to TftiBth produces feio bilious cofie and other of the MANHATTAN, M. H W Coiup.amltr. CHAM PI'iX, it XV. Lockwood, C'.mmanilcr. CARLESTON, l.'Trr. Commander. JAMI..-5 T J.V.MHS AOGEIi i 11, S. C TO H, Commander. SOUTH CAROLINA, T. J. Btcbcit, Commander CLYDK. J. Krnncdr, Commander. ASHLjNiJ, IntT-'fiu, Cfunmander. IV'AGNKK. HL'CEK