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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA BY HEMPHILL CO.} ATLANTA. GEORGIA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1S7- {VOLUME 151 Price Five Cents WEDNESDAY, DECJSMBEH 0, 1871. rjT fvr intertJilinti Heading Tin IfcuiicaUhave a full iickct in each whit'-, Let every vote. n'-ir Atlaata, Ga., 1. of ac.-CK, of which n and '-ifrttl in corn. flccinplo. woi-ld ILink it, tbe IJai.mr JIM G. Lockcit.of Albany Prayer by Key. John Jonej. .0n motion tic roll call was GEOKGIA SENATE. WEDSESBAT, December C His Old 15 Year Stand, Ko. 02 WlitehaU Slreet, UIC oCaali Stewart, :...ufc jtav.uuuos caning gatm urth Carolina, and Hears. Canrn .omrany, to the bar of the Senate' and never Ibinks of cf DouqLcm- E. T. CLiREE, G. mnDBr. Lcol Editor. iJiiuicu wi .oarse. The journal was read and approved facnator Campbell mored to reconsider eo much of the action of yesterday as related to the passage of the hill lo provide for farai- int. on; the convicts, on Ihc "round that Ihc >rf Th rifi.I i.-i tL'a nii'l bis organization v.-ill three entertain ah early in r-'elTTuary. Th Iroiip'.- an oil >ir :.-1 Jin. 1'nry Waltins arc ju to Ci.arlcilon one humlrei Sivd-js, who intend locating near .dini-i. Northmen an ai' and inall liafsl Ito'li.-s of ever i I-i Ilir- road i'. nntk-r 1 r.n'l a lar'f; forri: it witu riCi'rly tivo jjtilcH.t'oin- ijilii', untl nre in r'-'p''- tin: prosptrts lifllu of "ra'Jir.t; on Hit lint '.f Hi" N'orlb uiiil S.ntli llail. '1, th- entire masonry nearly almo ot of Of UlC Jlr. Camllvr movr d lo raspi-nd H.C nil-! lo i take up a bill lo.authorize iht payment if cent interest on of dollars by .-irofi'-W ItoliingMill Company. Tin; motion and the bill passed. Mr. Hiulon offered a rcu.lulion lliat Ilirce vj me oar 01 tlic .Senate for contempt, WM> nnilcr lad over' J ue -iime psoiatiija rallin2 for information an'j the papcnin possession of General Bucl. Military was adopted The Senate CMCUS appomlol a five r a i live to nominate. IntheCom- miltri: it probable Uiat Morton will snc- Cameron ra taairraan of the Committee Wall's Opr-m has been burned. Ihou-aiid dollars. Loss fifty iVKVV YOlit-. K-.V Yonz. DrceinhvT cold will, a high sale last night and tlus bad arrived, telecranhed M to pnrcbose him nt anv nrice. wanted rmonf f1.6- ps1-thc "'is 3SSrS-fI5.f-S.-S son T ofTaT WHOLESALE OR u jroa star lo lint irhst COLOXIX T. H. ACTOS I Oarc lime has come when the public iin- rili-'-f flrillin in lite an- cli.vcr croji, cry encoura- l.-u.rofjrns in (irifiin orl of Treasury W, i L n ion -..-.illy Griffin a inon.-y Tl.i-M lia.! receive-! nt Mil bnlvsof up lo date, niiiouiU for the y-uiic i ili'i n CovJ-nio' I "f v-iliin'itn- -1 i-. of Ihi, M.imly. null K n, iiv. f..r lb.-lii.il of crii'.iinul of. II- ai "ill oa II M. Lav, will .Irliv.T I, in lid i lily (Ji ,ut ebt oujrhl lo Le If a debt tnun all u bad be in Ihc credit of tin, hool fund. Thr- prescot debt vi r no paid at ono lime, and Ihe bill lo-i tbe waiw of by cnl-. Tbe bill would I ransfer hi I-, r own people, lie said thai by :-el'ial "lion, if the bill should liscon.'- a law, i, bt could be paid off In twenty vein, and 11 ooo Li nl II." time the iclinol'fund K'-''Mm'1 It so cold liiat worlc had to be in tbe burnt district. tofl tliron-hoin th" country for the Chicago printers is 1 r-i.-VSYLVAKI-V. I'l I Dcee nber -ml T, t what 3-011 may P..IV wy i mat one has Ihe nap wholly off, Ihc other the Nap wholly on p Between the same hat and a -nat in a spider's the one other a hapiws frnat. Deaf nnd Dumb of i of Le'e' Gray of Barton-, Brawiier of 1- adailkinilsof -b .njtuuxiii: ana retail- i-lock of Wine botb old new, but ye' stroi n ,'D bntllcs- Glasgow and Liverpool A fj w.j b-f rappios Kiiw a -in t MJ hi? m- kcpl'np" FaTiij I'lTwtnc; aujn-jt-cinliprs ic t cj'btT at Whakfc-aJs-or J1 Gr.'.c waytif t. l, X'iti Mil bin An attorney about to was reqticsM by liia one is a ton. Ballraser of Flovd." Emerson of Whitflcld; j" e lo bo; ,hc sna for lit'] in I fc-.r jrri-npoinlrntN v.-hal lliu Mjri, 'S, :s LTY, 5TION -dll tarp. i ii .Sir ..-iv4 VOIIK. I) -mi.r; 1 .-JOIJ h.-iln-. Collon kales for folnrc halii, as follows- T. I.in. January inbcr C.-Cotton a shade 20; D'-CLinbi r bi-lw.-i-n Blind Ton in a bv-S..inin.-l. TiliH Siiil, M-OII Tlail: i, j.... ije at i-trainctl. dull but..... 'I. 'GoM-ir.im-n's vrry hi Lo.MJO.-c. man; Omi .ii, plw of 'S of LVIi leelinin? Wheat imict ci.-i; on i-iiini-ration. Tii'- anjcnd'tu-nl iinclianged. J.Jird ouiet at n. Jolmsonol Hurte, Hall of I} V, London, Oliio. w Cmi :.l sleadv. fJold iicavy'at Money lirmiit A'CIIAS. dPI'LEEr APPLEBY HELSVIE STJCCESSOKS TO L. APPLEBTS SON, c.'ir '1 inyi-iili-1 v.-hicli, when M iii ii-.i.. i-.ii; IHI folded in a vi-ry nniall coui- earricnj u mull'. .lij-.-ilcal nlil bachelor suysth.it ilia the of to iiirroiinil tliu loii'lic-l fill II.in-, whii-h arc j-irls and An bi.lidor, who bean in "liii 1 ore in our by Iho HncalicV I'rayi r liv .loni-s. Journal was n-.id nnd apiirorcu. Mr. llftivl.) moved to rccontidi.-! so m.ieh of ,f n bill lo promote thi: river, llesiiclthaulicrc are numbers of men in bis connly who not only make a livini; mnkc money by nnd he could nolFi-i-the jii-tii-c of their Ir.v.le for day in each week, while all oilier men nre allowed lo fol- low tncir pursuits durini; the whole six days hvcn if the bill slionld pirn, obit ct woiild forlhc other five days would be nrnl for and moi" '-incfially than now. .Mr. Kelly also favon-il ronsirlor, i.iKim; of non- intcrfcrcnni will, lijhcrmen who in-.rlccls of st.it.' with nsb Jlr. Snead Unit the bill, f.r a< ernicn are concerni-d, was n-.t their Injiiiy but for their protection and lo break up a blockade of tlir- river in order l.iat the m-iy pan tip. Hl: tho motion lo recoiihi'ler on ibf; liihli- which motion prevailed. Jlr. liryau moved to reconsider [lie of Ihi. bill repcnliiu; Ihc hastanly laws He aaid that to say the least lliu law, us it i-.tandn is some prevent ion of crime, nnd its rcpca would create (ircaler evils than it would cure. Mr. Sinunom. of moved I bin luacly iniicli says: "It is bct- nt for mil In-ill" married, of wire 1'icd ijj. rnd public car- and il-AX, D, c. n.b'.r a hi-., tin: mil.l wentln-r lu-d i moitof iln'p'MHof Ibiipiovince. it u rv r Jons... December v.-ry bc-ui i-ipri-viiilin- from the w.uthwi'it. Th b'lhvmi .New Ijrnnswicl; I'rinc l Island is broficn. of Literary ttlnl.lianis ol DHIil. r 1'wisn.wtionalHN worship London. olllc, a. n ,ions and iiratwboli-Milc or retail. h.u received o conlracl for railrond from Ilunr at o C031 of jry JOE. WVs I'lTOCEEBIKlls. ATHE.VS, rx-criulxr -1, 1871. "iacaeo was opened by I'.cv. J. in preparing n "'i' m J: 'Cr "f lfc lu-rc auj l''Cf !mm Satunlav Sat fov Minutes. house was J- K. Evans uiiiiiuuj.s, u, v. t, iiincci, inovc-.l the molion to reconsider on Ihe table i ins motion prevailed. Mr. Stovall to ri-conshlcr thc of Iho bill lo the line counties of MrDuflle and Wnrrcn Mr. Hoxc Klaled Hint Mr. Slovail, wanted Ihe bill rcfi-rrcd to a in or- der that he sho-.v he ronsidcri'il (iood reasons for defeating a favorable recom- mendation by thc committee, was absent on "filci.il duty when the bill was referred and it would only be a matter of justice to recon- sider the bill and let gentleman hav an opportunity to present lib side of thc case. Jlr. bcoltsaid lhal a reconsideration would (Icfcal Ihe bill, and Mr. btovall could present ills vimvaaud evldenco.as well lo Ihe House iia to n commlllee. Jlr.'Deir also opposed tin} nmllon lo recon- sider. Mr. Scott uiovc-1 to lay Ihc motion on tbe table, j Ins motion prevailed. Mr. Hunter moved to take up ibc bill from the fable, to prevent the purchase and sale of agricultural products between sunset and sun- rise. Ho said that the bill is nol intended lo prevent pelit larcenies because the stealin" o farm products is prcvnllms to n great extent Thc bill docs not only aim at thc seller bu at the buyer also. Mr. I'ou said he was aware of tlic nccessi ly for stich a measure, but the one in question if imperfict, and at Ibis late day in the ses- sion it would have to run thc chancca of tbe Executive veto. He, therefore, was oppose J to reconsideration. Joiner said be di 1 not v.'nnt sccb a bill in his county. Jlr. Ilnd.'on was in favor of such a bill but wanted a perfect one, nnd at sncb a time as i: might lie passed no'.witbstandiur probable veto. Thc motion of Mr. Hunler won lot, Mr. liusscH said that there was a Senate il IYC- beautiful; their features anil irlinil.irly Iheir foreheads, nre morn or lies .uculmc. there arc exceptions to all riilcj, and Misi Landon was an cvccp: lento In-. .me. She was exceedingly fcmininsand .Slanlon likewise is an ercecdin'rlv ..inil-onic woman; but Miss Anthony aVil Mi-. I.ivcrmore are both plain. Jlari i and Jan" I were women of hii-li brows and ,H wai alsu Miss .V'nri has a stron.q: ma.5Culiuc facc.'- l'icl.1 li-is u hul by no means pn-tty one, nnd .Mrs. Stowc is thou-ht injMlively homely. Jlr.. Burlci-h, on the contrary, is very fine looking. Alice nnd Cnry were plain in fra- ihiir sweetness of disposition ai.diil Kro.itly to their personal appearance in-t 1- iiber had a uplcndid head, but her features were irregular and wan anyllim- bill lundwinp, though Bonietlmra in the "low of coiiversatiim she iippi-aredalmosUaiijanl. Ch.irmlte BronUJ had I'liixiiMiliT, Oec.emlK.-r 0, iJiccinlicr G, C, active- firmer; Cplamli. !IJ; Orleans saii-s bales; specniation and exm 7.WI. 50s. Tallow or (lio c-corir.a Senate and lloixo, Chairn.an Brown, Can- cllborn, Nunniilry, Ilillycr, Xichols Jloyle, llroeK. Simmons, Chairmnu Hinlor, ndlrr. Hums, llillvcr. Lester, Heard Nith li .mderouslj' beautiful (lurk-brown eye., and a perfectly shaped head. She was small lo diminnlivc- and was as simple in her manner 111 a child. Julia Want Howe isa flne-Iookin; wonnn wearing an inpecl of grace and rblincmcnl anilgre.it force of character in her face mid carriage. Olivo Lojan is anylhins bu L h-md- some in person, Ray and in lonvci-sauon L-mr.i llollow.iv resembles Charlotte llrnnlo botli in personal appearance ,nd in the experiences of heryonmr life N cither Mary Booth nor Marion rfjrlar.d ca ay claim to handsouie face.-1, tliou -b the ore splendid specimens of cultured, woaiun while .Vary Cleinmer Ames is pnl as pleas in? in her features as her writing arc ful nr.d popular. A Nlirewa Sivlndlo n YToniai A Mrs. Ihe -beat circles' described as moving i. .f San Francisco, wa. vjiLns ,n oan i-rancisco, wa. lately informed a. letlcr, that n beantifu and accomplished niece of an intimate frieni was aboul to make her a visit. Olad to wcl come an Kaslcra belle. Mrs. II-------- deter mined lo omit nothing that could render her Jjnest s slay pleasant. In cine time Ocor-ia Manderville arrived, and her beauty her ran. accomplishment, and, above all, her luxuri- ant golden tresses, became at once the theme of convcrsalion among the San 1'nuicisco bachelors. The story is easilv She cr.mc, she saw, she A wealthy broker olfered tbe fascicMln" niece his hand and heart, and, fortu" natc in his suit, pressed for an imiacdi-.li- inarria-e. Jlrs. !J. rejoiced, and lo bcrrc- came the anxious niece. Wbatshoul-j do for a trousscou She had written to icr banker, but it took time to receive money Jt course Jlrs. was only glad to advance- he ii.OOO, and a magnificent an-ay of laces an.l other v.-as al Georgia's jii. sum uiai more was a Senate of laces and other v.-as" al Geor-ia bill lo create a recoriler's courl for Ihc city disposal. .Meantime, bavin" told her predi of Savannah, whicli was of vital interest to amcnt to her betrothed be loo ha-1 anded liurns, llillver. lyjst, Ola, liruton, lirown, 'Kibbee. in Wcllbor Ilillyer, I'eddy. Brown, Welch Tlie Slate of the Jh.linnan Hew, Uillyer, Urown, Kilibcc' Jinton, Urock. Chairman: Kil.bce, Icrvis, Ilioac, Lesler, Clark, Campbell. Inlernal Cli-iir- lan; iiufiis, Urulon, Erwin, Llack, JTiiit-.n L-rvis. Cbainnaii; IlillvLr, Sli.i- li'.ns, Rums, Krwm, KM-aiinuin. Privileges and lain; Oriflln, KiiUland, Kibbcc Iicks. fetes. Cameron, Colinan. Public f.'l. land, Lesti-r, Black, Uuriis. Bnitnn. Co'nc. Tho i'cuileali.-iry Kibbee Ciiairni m Cone, A-ylmn Sim- mom. Kr-.-.it-, Sniiili, M-.ll-t-.v; Wr'rti. JcrvK Chaiiman; Klrkl.in.l Con.-. Knvin, IJjwk. Estcs. Deveaux. Iliilyer, Ciiairinan Him..11, Cl-irk Dumb JoiH-s. iiiack, Hichar-lson Jcrvis. of tlic mun; Simmons. Hoyle, Omr, Kirk- laml, boner. and I'inunnan; .loafs, -McU'horter. Anderson. Amliliii" Candlcr. Cliairinun Nichols, 1'ialdy, Heard, Kibbee, Wn Chainr.an Cameron. Ilicks. Cone, Black, Journals Cone, Chairman; CSIIIT, Matbcus, Welch, Bnitou, Wallace State Heard, Chairman; Black uites, Jervis, Coiman. Wallace. Xcw Counlies and Connlv Mr- Uhorttr, Chairman: Kirklanit Jordan An- Smith, rc.-cc.Crjyu.n. of Fulton, iVm. "Anderson of i-niinp, of Graham of Dadc, of Bibb Snead of Ilichmund, Simmoris of Murphy of Harris. Pou of JIuie.-i-f e ecolt Floy.l, E-lvrards of Ellart, Jcmc-n. Dell of Scrc-ven, Himr.-r of B on of Ui'-hmond, iii-scl! c.-f C'halhani 01 m nrjow----- TSii ,S if Fulton, chairman Mill.ui of llabcrshain V.T of Baker, WofTon'l of rail Gordon, Cato of Train. of 1J1 ham, Hudson of Schh-y, Xcllicrlimd, of inm l Jackson of of HAHnFACTUBBUS OP TUB CZSLEBBATED SKUFF i; W 14 -------TO iii i. K S'E w AM -VIA o u T i: "I! LEANS, 1 TEXAS, I3f KOUTE Also SIASCPiOTDIlEIIS or THE rrsssr EBASDa OF SMOKIMS TOBABSOS, P8BE POWDERID LICOHffiE 133 WATER ASTD 85 PIHE STHEETS tin toniioctious. 'JAS.sEXOKIB Icavbis Atlanta Also, CAHOs aild "oUcilor "u AT man of o tunlnlnh, N.-'hcrlan-i of Pjbun, Barksj'Ic! F ttarrcn Iloivdl 3Ii ton, Jact-on ,'f Bibb, C.ilo Tnn-p jr.iy of Barlow, Bults of Ilaneoc'-: Ilcnlcr of Brooks. of the IV. "rt'of; B. hauW- Cora tcto ,n Hie Eiit en .V mini of cast off ctotliin- over- nor's veto of tbo bill to abolish District 1 icrsoD; Iherr Hut il bscua" I Pialt of 1; _ 01 Eci- Produce n? T.T-.JI ,f tem is a furcc ns ilic iiirslandk The yeas and nays were called on the pass over the vcuvtnth the fjlIoTrin- 1OO. I Cuic; ASD imslcr: "Get ir. .-..u-JUJil .Ui Uood of v.ascr, ,sr.d3MT3 of XcTvton, fic'1' ol" CtooJaf, 'WnnzL-Hibsmba 'otTJoS' wid yc! Don'. I know and lie .Jpnaji-cauBosSoi of la-m- Iher Sniins, and orders taken nt 11 POTATOES, MciSUIDE SMi i 12, 3F I In It'trr 'ni'Ti :'i" B sf '.i Jjifa---is   

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