MONDAY, MARCH 4, 18(11.
Georgia State Convention.
The delegatee of the Convention from the
never*] counties in this State, are hereby not!-
GEORGE W. CRAWFORD,
To the Citizen* oj Fulton County:
We, your deiegstei to the State Convention,
which will term relaaembla atSaeeansb, stk
ymt ioatnictloaa la regard to Ueqnetaiou of a
redaction o< oar Mato Legielsturo. Theraia
L. 4 takes at thia tttaa througbuta
Georgia #e Uin autgeet, sad while we tael our
oea way dear to aet in the premliei ao far aa
I'xpe.tieuejr sad public bsnefftiu, we are not
todgto fifi to ti- e icope of our delegated powei
f>Y«r the question, we w4V<J sent irtofe portic
lithfly thYeprnswit yoti In the invention upon
the relatione of our State to the United States
Government, stid we are not willing to stretch
our authority in acting upon a subject aa for
eign to that duty aa “
If you desi
eiga to that duty aa the question of Legitlfitive
— you desire that we should take this power
Into our handset the called session of our Con
vention, we will faithfully carry out your in-
htructioni. We invite you to meet us at the
City Ball in Atlanta on Tuesday, the 5th of
next month, at 12 o'clock, M. for the purpose
of discussing the subject
L. J. GLBNN,
J. P. LOGAN,
J. F. ALEXANDER.
Atlanta, February 25, 1841.
The Great Fuueral Day.
What a day of thick gloom end tristful fore
bodings this will be in Washington City.
In the past history of the American people,
an inauguration day was, to the majority, one
of the grand days of the Calendar. It was a
new step in the upward gradation of the great-
nees and happiness of our people. All were
proud, hopeful and elated as we displayed
once again to Christendom the fruits of peace
and the sublime results of self-government. A
now Administration was afresh guarantee that
this principle of Self-government should suf
fer no disparagement ia the eyes of the world,
and that, as a people, we would stand firmly
planted in the good old paths of our Fathers.
AH this was true a few short months ago, and
now how changed !
If one single man, to-day, in Washington,
can bo glad, he is either insensible to havoc
and ruin, or he must be a Bedlamite. A once
mighty league of States is riven and scattered;
a once uuited and invincible brotherhood are
divided to be no more of one household again;
a once proud example that stood as an argu
ment and a last hope with the oppressed overy-
wherfe, is now a scoff and a jest in the mouths
of those who, booted and spurred, make beasts
of burthen of their fellow men. And so soon,
so soon ! A Black Republican should, of all
men, be the most wrolohed, for he had the will
to commit a treason against Liberty heinous
enough to damn- u world, and had not sharp,
ness enough to secure his pay. As Lincoln
and his ciowd to day lookupon the wreck and
lMfta'tliat arc strewed aH around, they willask
in vain, for whose good lift? Never before, in
the history of this world, but once, was such a
mighty and crnel wrong perpetrated for such a
base price. Would to God that a remorse as
hopeless and unappeasable as gnawed at Ju
das’ vitals would drive the Blank Republican
conspirators to Judas’ fate.
But) of this, we have no hope, since the last
BattiiAorc races. Lincoln may be hung yet,
probably will be, but we cannot promise any
susb thing from his pluck.
JWlltfally Blind. 4*
Nero played the fiddle while Roma was wrap-
rtaally In the same fix.
Can any fifUthdjn ififin read tie feBowiog
Without a curl of tM Upend a prritatfd, unut
terable contempt l|r the botchers and clod-
heads who now mangle and defile the Const!
tution of the Government of Washington?
A very rioh scene occurred in the House
to-day, on the occasion of life) xfloidVofgTbjr
a two thirds vote, of one of the propositions
bits an interference, by oonBtitullonafamend-
npeat, or by Congressional action, with slave-
tty fu the States where it originally existed
under the constitution. The announcement
. qilbornlc—on«llU»dr»«l end thirty three jess
to sixty fire nay Sr-produced trenoeuaous ap
plause on (be boor pud In tfcs'g^llgries. All
the radical republicans voted against it, and
tuent of one of the planks of the Chicago plat-
derm, and would have voted for it bat far the
fact that the representatives of the Southern
States would not agree to come half way, and
declare that they weuld unite with the North
err States in the enforcement of the eonstitu
lion and laws if it passed. The Southern
members in the eoomUlee refused to vote for
it, hut in the House they did vote for U. Mr.
Adame is aether of the proposition.
Can it be possible that men in positions of
power and occupying stand-points from whieh
they can seo the troubles brewing, are so be
sotted in their ignorance and bigotry that they
think such legislation as the above anything
butcrazy blundering? We sometimes are forced
to regard the excess of Black Republican mis
judging of Southern Rights and their offers of
justice es ingeniously devised inanlfts. What
ought we to sey to a robber who, with conde
scension, says he will reet satisfied with what
we have made since coming into theestate, and,
if we will peaoeably resign, that the paternal
inheritance shall be respeoted.
Think of it auti-seceders and Northern apol
ogists 1 Mr. Lincoln actually admit* tjjat Con
gress should leave Slavery alone in theorigi-
nal Slave States.
This can be made, if needful, to apply only
to the six States holding Slaves at the time of
the revolution, and which have remained Slave
States since. To exclude States admitted into
the Union since the adoption of the Constitu
tion, from the benefits of this gracious boon,
would need only a slight, a very slight exer
cise of abolition politicsd and moral acumen.
But there is no use talking to a set of craay,
greedy fanatics who would overturn Heaven
and Earth to have their own way and another
t . W# observe, in thia morning’s issue of the
f* JntolligenceT," some well-timed and sensible
strictures on the circulation of incendiary
sheets, coming from the opponents of the ex
isting Government of the Confederate States.
A paper like the Nashville “ Democrat ” should
•el iff suffered to circulate here. We ssy this
advisedly. While Secession was an unsettled
thing, free discussion was all right; but now
we have taken the etep and Incurred the risks
and responsibilities of a Revolution, and are
just In that critical state of $ transitive exist
ence which calls for patriotic harmony, we
think the circulation of such papers as the one
we have mentioned s positive crime against
We have never been intolerant, and never
espoused a cause that we did not feel ceuld
stand a large amount of wear aad tear. But,
in the name of Reason, what do Southern men
moan, in encouraging, by subscription and cir
culation, a paper that speaks of Jefferson Da-
vis as deserving a halter, and almost, in so
many words, instigating his death by a rope?
flueh base iucivism should drive the poor-spir
ited wretch guilty of it from a Southern com
munity, and we bow solemnly warn such teen
that they ere in danger from their treasonable
conduct. One had aa well bear arms at once
against the country, as to so corrupt and mis
lead publio sentiment as to make revolt and
civil strife a necessary consequence.
We ask these men to come out and let the
community know why they take and circulate
these cal u mi nous and hostile papers f For what
good, In took tlnnu these, sed in .nob slta-
ituile, do men teko end diiiemiasta inch ua-
sernpalous and Inimical ihetas u lks“Demo
crat," Ike * We# Toek World,“and "Trlbaa. f
If a patriotic or rUaoa,bl« motlv* can be urg
ed la defence or whet it to unlrarnlly con
demned by our community, the partlee guilty
fit thia condof-t f.r tai n I y n„ i| |g
to azplain thtorautitot. We aguat bare no
ely Abolition r^npAtbiken hem, With Black Re
publican bat. of MsadourOoesramint.
Thia interdiction ti widely discriminsted
fm* that igtofomnas whfeb weald nrfegsnEy
•dietata to a ana whsf hi shonld, add Vbat he
•hould pKMMa ZH«MMMMM«aa of do-
iUd but. Jto. tto sir hired wrrlihsra agraad
that pelo. and pen*ltiM abpuld v fall on him
ala and comfort to the
To Southern Importers.
The Savannah Mail advisee that Southern
Importers for all the porta of the Confederate
States, should be careful to have all their
goods shipped direct to some Sout hern port, for
the reason that if they are entered at any of
the ports of the United States, it may subject
the Importer to the payment of double dutiee.
The old custom of entering and bonding at
a Northern port and paying at a Southern, has
been so far abolished as to require the Impor
ter to pay the duties at the port of entry, or
give additional bond that they be paid into
the U. S. Treasury. Thia regulation uoder
instructions from the Treasury Department of
the United States, was no doubt, intended to
embarrass the Southern Importers, and will
probably hare that effect for a short time.
The Last President of the United States
The term of four years, commencing the 4th
of March, 1857, for which Jamea Buchanan,
(“The Old Publio Functionary”) expired to
day ; and with this term has expired the last
President of the United States of America.
An imbeoile official is succeeded by a stupid
Kail Splitter of Illinois, elevated to position
by Aggrarianism and.Fanaticism, resulting in
the overthrow of the best Government that
uuori U > Ui. ,ablie •«-
Hun. Henry T. Elicit Poet Msater-Gen-
We And the following biographioal aketob of
(ha Aril l’oat Mailer General of (be Confeder
ate Statei, in tbi Miiaiitippiao of (be lit in-
Hon. Henry T. Ellett, the Foal Mailer-
General, waa born in Niw Jersey, in 1813, and
ia now forty-tigbl year. old. Ha waa educe
ted at Prinoetown, where he graduated with
honor. Wbeu quite a young man be mored
to Miiiiuippi, end commenced the practioe of
lew at Port Oibtea, wbera ba non reiidss. and
wm quite successful. In 1848, whan the Ron.
Jeff. Daeia reiigned all aeet in Congreaa to go
to MaAioo, Mr. Ellett waa elected to All the
raeanoy. He declined a re-election and re
turned to the practice of bin profusion. In
1863, he waa elected to tbe Stale Senate, and
again re elected in 1867, In which body he
wet one of the leading mlnda. For aartral
yaara peat he hai been Chairman of tbe Judi
ciary Committee. Ho waa one of the codifier*
of the Maw Code of 1867, and diacharged a
greater part of tbe labor of codifying tbe lawe
of Miaaiaaippi. In 1866 ha waa on* of Ike
Rnohanan electors, and dialinguiahad kitamlf
aa an able debater. In I860 he waa appointed
one of the Breokinridge electors for Ins Slats
at largo, but for prirate rtaiona, b* declined
to make lbs canvass. Ha baa been tendered
several diplomatic appointment! by Mr, Bue-
haaen, but he declined them. Mr. Ellett ia a
mao of marked ability, both aa a lawyer and
a statesman, possessing a mind of grant re
search and power. H* ia a man of laborous
habits, strict attention to beaioect, and !■ pe
culiarly fitted I. ovary reap cot for Ihe arduous
duties of Post Master General of tb* new gov
ernment. Tbe peeltlen to whioh he has been
called is a trying one, surrounded by a great
many difficulties ; but w* have every r*am>n
to boliovo that ho will bo eaoblod to giro gen
eral satisfaction, lie comas Bally up to tbe
Jeffersonian standard of qualification. Ho f ■
certainly “the right man in the right place.”
tok. Among the m oration die,etches to the
Cincinnati papers la one In Which It la stated
that Jeff. Davie has had aa apatasbia Intercourse
with Mqjor Aadereon, and .aether that Gao.
Twlgga kaa been shot in an sltercMIoe with
na Aid to Oea. Houston t
MB-The Eaiouia(At.) Bnpswos woras the
Southern publio ageliit one M. A. Smith, a
traveling agent fofSobvfl A Void, of Now Or-
leaae, a patent medicine Arm.
Re tea of Postage |# the Con
Mates of Aifferl^g,
Montgomery Advertiser pubOoh
ng aimpNAed state^eto of Uw rata of
!# under tkh Act of the Cosgreec of tb«
loroto Btatoa of --
that the Ata is toga take iflbta, .from
such period aa th* Post Master General may.
by proclamation announce.”
RATES OF POSTAGE
Nefose* piece, iwfliiw p^'Cqn/UtfMt StaUzoJ
Single letter* not exceeding a half ounce in
weight-f •... i i . J li / 1 u , fj
For any 41«tano4 under t$0 miles, 5 ciule.
For any dietance over 500 mile*. 10 oeut*.
An additional single rato for each additional
Half ounce or Iesf.
Drop letters, 2 cents each.
In tbe forfeg&itig'caset. Hie postage to be pre
paid by stamps or stamped envelopes.
Advertised letters, 2 cents each, v
, o* paokaoss.
Containing other than printed or written
matter—money packages are incladad in this
To be rated by weight as letters ere rated and
to be charged doublt tbe rates of postage on
For any distance under 500 miles, 10 cents
for each half ounce or less.
For any distance ovor 540 miles, 20 cents for
each half-ounce or less.
In all cases to be prepaid by stamps or
Sent to regular and btnm fidt subscribers
from the office of publication, and hot exceed
ing 3 ounces in weight;
Within iht State where publithed.
Weekly paper, cents per quarter.
Semi-Weekly paper, 13 cents per quarter.
Tri-Weekly paper, 191 cents per quarter.
Daily paper, 39 cents per quarter.
In cases, the postage to be paid quarterly
m advance, at the offices of the subeoribers.
WiMout the State where published.
Weekly paper, 13 cents per quarter.
Semi-Weekly paper, 26 cents per quarter.
Trt-Weekly paper, 39 cents per quarter.
Daily paper, 78 cents per quarter.
In all cases, the postage to be paid quarterly
in advance at tbe offices of the subscribers.
Sent to regular and bona Jide subscribers
from tbe office of publication and not exceed
ing II ounces in weight;
Within the State where published
Monthly, 3 cents per quar er or 1 ceut tor
Nemi-Monthly, 6 cents per quarter or 1 cent
for each number.
An additional cent each number for every
additional ounce or less, beyond the first \ \
Bi-Monthly, or Quarterly, I cent an ounce.
In all cased, the postage to be paid quarterly
in advance, at the offices of subscribers.
Without the State where published.
Not exceeding 11 ounces in weight:
Monthly 6 cents per quarter, or 2 cents for
&mt-Monthly 12 cents per quartei,or 2 cents
for each number.
Twp cent* additional for every additional
ounce, or less, beyond the first 1) ounces.
Bi-Monthly, or Quarterly, 2 cents an ounce
In all cases, the postage to be paid quarterly
in advtCnee, at the offioee of the subeoribers.
ON TRANSIENT PRINTED MATTER.
Every other newspaper, pamphlet, periodi
cal and raagasine, each circular not sealed,
hand-bill and engraving, not exceeding oun
ces in weight, 2 cents for «ny distance ; 2 cents
additional for each additional ounce, or less,
beyond the first three ounces. *
In all cases, the postage to be prepaid by
stamps, or stamped envelopes.
The following persons only ere entitled to
the franking privilege, and in all cases strictly
confined to "optical business”:
Post Master General.
llis Chief Clerk.
Auditor of the Treasury for Ihe Post Office
Deputy Post Masters.
Hon. Isaac W. Bishop, a prominent citizen
of Northern New York, died in Granville, on
the 27th ultimo.
Maj. Gwyon, a distinguished officer of the
United Statei Army, died in Norfolk, Va.,
on Tuesday. He was engaged in long and toil
some service in the Seminole war, and in the
Col. Alex. K. McClung, the noted Mississip
pi duelist, committed suicide at Jackson, re
P. Dexter Tiffany, an old citizen of pi Lou
is, worth nearly a million of dollars, omnmit-
;ed suicide on tbe 14th instant, while laboring
mder mental aberration, induced by a acute
dispepsia. He took a dose of laudanum, then
stood before a mirror and cut bis throat with a
razor; after which, he went to bed, covered
himself up, aad ptssively allowed himself to
bleed to death.
Hattie James, a popular young songstress at
tached to the Gaieties, in Broadway, New York,
died on Saturday, from the effects of burns ac
cidentally received a few nights ego, by her
clothes catching fire at the footlights.
Gen. Forbee Britton died recently in Texas.
Augustus Hall, Chief Justice of Nebraska,
died on the 1st instent, aged 47 years. He was
a native of Batavia, New York. He bed filled
the positions of United States Marshal and
Proeecoting Attorney in Ohio, and President
ial Elector and Congressman in Iowa.
P* lion. Z. B. Vaucs, the aali secession
(hitherto) member cf Congress from the
eighth District of North Carolina, has publish
ed tbs following carJ:
House or Ukpeesimtatives, \
February 22, 1861. /
Meters. Editors: I see that I am announced
in your pacer thia morning aa one of tbe man
agers, on the part of the House, of Mr. Lin-
ooli's Inauguration Beil, on the 4lb proximo.
My name waa pieced there without my knowl
edge or eonsent, and 1 have at yet been una
ble to ascertain by whose authority U was
i. Whilst, under ordinary circumstances,
I should feel flattered by the supposition that
1 was willing to extend any and all social
courtesies to a political opponent, 1 beg leave
to decllno any part lo tendering ao ovation
ovon to tho first Magistralo of tbe nation,
when he comee with threats war sod sub
jugatioo agaioslmy section upon bis lips.
..—.It is stated th*} a he*vy advenes has ta
ken pleee at New York in the price of brkadtee,
wince, gins hod other llqoora, in oonee^hsoke
of the anticipated passage of the new tarUr,
whieh enheeeee Ihe duty. The eteok on head
la unusually light. New TlBUge Oegnae SaA-
*oi U purehtMd M*r the* fif t4(d$S 15 *
gallon. > 1 1 1
of the Treasury of South
the receipt of $2,650,
persons to the defense of
A** ,* **
brought a suit in
Rail Bead Company te recovSf- fift.MO, tbe
amount at whieh she estimates the worth of her
husband, who was killed on the road in aues-
(th)U2s^fie''4ime (jineqt 3hf jury-lilted h«
.. ..A piece of lend was recently sold In Lon
don at,the ref* of $1,900,000 f»(acr«tsufficient
I* rover it With stiver equal to |aif * dollar in
..Twoformers have jwtt had a novel law
suit at Granger, New York. They had steers
so much alike that neither knew “ t’other from
which.” Recently both animals were in the
road, and one waa killed, which it was bad to
be determined by the lawsuit.
At the close of the year I860 there were
in Europe 18,144 actors and male singers i 21,-
000 actresses and female singers* end 1,733 di
rectors of theaters.
Robert S. McConnell, of Washington
county, Pennsylvania, son ofe wealthy farmer
end cattle trader, recently committed forgeries
to tbe amount of $0,400 or $8,006, and fled.—
He has not yet been arrested, though offioers
are in pursuit. ’
A most desperate affray took place in
Carbondale, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania,
last week, during wbieh George Brennan was
killed, Andrew Farrell fatally stabbed, and
Berde dangerously injured, by a man
named Martin Gibson, who used a bowie kniie
with fatal execution
Kit Carson, the famous hunter, guide and
mountaineer, ie living at Taos, New Mexico, as
Indian agent to the Ute tribe of Indians ; his
salary amounts to $1,500 yer annum. Kit is
not a wealthy man ; his property is estimated
at about $6,000. He keeps fifty or sixty cows,
five hundred head of sheep, and several horses
and ponies. He married a Mexican lady, with
whom he lives happily.
Nine original Titians were destroyed at
the recent fire in Blenheim palace. It is a
greater loss to the world than if nine human
beings bad been killed. There will be more
specimens of humanity produced, but nu more
pictures by Titian!
If a woman have a pretty foot, say the
Italians, «lie will stand on her head to be ad
A woman of forty-two, Anna Marston,
attended the funeral of her eighth husband in
Portsmouth, England, on tbe 13th ultimo, and,
strange to say, she never bad a child.
The New York Bank statement shows a
farther contraction of $644,000 ia loaps, and
an increase in coin of $925,229. The aggregate
specie strength is now $38,044,229. To this an
other $1,000,090 was added by tbe arrival of
the Ariel, witb the California installment.
A boy not fond of fun and frolic may
possibly make a tolerable man, but he is an in
An Irish lover remarked that it is a great
pleasure to be alone, especially when your
“sweet heart is wid ye.”
The Cleveland Plaindealer states, on tbe
authority of Conklin, a test medium, that Lin
coln is a believer in “spiritualism.”
Fourteen negroes were sold by auction
in Memphis, Tennessee, last week, at an aver
age of $950 apiece cash.
No less then $1,260,000 are invested in
bee culture in Ohio.
A Levant paper gives an aocount of tbe
betrothal of the Sultan’s daughter lo the son of
Riza Pacha. The presents are of great value
and beauty. They include a magnificent dia
dem in diamonds, valued at upwards of 4,000,-
Diptheria is prevailing to an alarming
extent in Dinwiddia county, Virginia. Within
a few days Mr. Paocbal Hartwell has lost five
valuable young servants, and has several mem
bers of his white family now suffering from it.
A Western paper announcing tbe death
ef a gentleman in Iowa, says, “He w*s a great
admirer of Horace Greeley, but otherwise a
respectable men.’ 1
A young lady at Fort Wayne, Indiana,
had her shawl stolen at a ball, aad a fow days
after saw it on the back of another young lady
coming out of the cathedral. She c'^med 'uo
property, and after a public squabble oarried
it off, leaving the lady thief to go home shawl
less and disgriced.
No man has a right to do as he pleases,
except when he pleases to do right.
Lincoln is described as a long, lank, bo
ny, awkward, ill-mannered, hard-favored,
plain-spoken man, with a head that indicates
original sense, and a mouth betraying humor,
irresolution, and a lore of the good things of
thia life. His neck is inordinately long, having
from two to ten more joints In it than nay oth
er neck—according to the sworn statements of
Within the past two years there have
been asore instances of mnrder of huebands by
their wives than in twenty year* previous.
George M. Hiss, Treasurer of the Mutaal
Fire Insurance Company of Baltimore, has ab
sconded with $30,000 of the Com pan yfo money.
His character heretofore was “Irreproachable.”
Twenty piokpooketa, who hnd stolen, in
the aggregate, two thousand five kindred dol
lars, were arrested In Buffalo, New York, du
ring Lincoln’s visit there.
Mrs. F. A. Tradswell wm burned to death
in Columbia, South Carolina, on Monday night,
by her dress taking fire.
A Madrid journal ax pm sms the opinion
that, if the separation of th* Ben thorn States
of America from th* Northern shall ha defi
nitely accomplished, the lalnhd of Cuba will
be more menaced than it has hitherto boon.
a IN a HAMS,
O UR Stock will be complete and large, and
will be sold for
at as low prices as Goods have ever been of
fered. BEACH 4t HOOT.
March 4, 1801.
HOOK A LADDER CO., NO. 1.
M EMBERS of this Company are requested to
attend a special meeting on Thursday,
March 7, at 71 o’clock, P. M , at tbe Truck-
House, for the transaction of important busi
ness. By order of tbe Foreman.
m4-8t N. R. FOWLER, Bec'y.
THOMAS M. CLARKE,
Suooeseor to Clarke &c Lewis,
IMPORTER A DEALER IN
WSB UIIIICIN UMDWili.
Jtolfffc H AntoF, >( Wai
York, is Sbonyo jqn4 to. Jfa^lngton a ,ml
inanaoraUna fokblar, nrhink to* boa ralsto tor,
aad Is to prto.sk an a fr*#-wiU affMaff to,
RSpobltean PraaMtot. TM tirO^#a«fMtaM
pouaJij^a \rofttti. ,*
......Blttd 'Toto, lha nSfro nmslotl pnUgj,
was In Memphis on Ik* 1st Inataat
A LSO, Sweadea, Eocliah aad America Iran,
Coat, German, Blister and Plow Sto.1; al
so, Goha, Rittos, and Pistola, Fanners* Imple
ments, Carpenters' Tools, Ac., Carriigc Hird-
wire, Springs, AzlM, Hubs, Spokto, end Rims.
Sols Agent for Fsirbnnk’s Boelc, at Haw York
price, Peach-Tra* strata, Atlanta, Go. me
FRESCO PAIHTKB AND GRAINER,
HA Vine located perma-
. nantlr in Atlanta, will da-
Tote his whole attention to
th* abora Branches In all thair datalls.
Likewise, SIGNS of aTerr description, WIN
DOW SHADES, SHOW CARDS, CARVED
LETTERS mad* to ordar In anr style, war
ranted to eqnal any City In the union.
Orders from the Country attended to.
OFFICE—In Beach A Roof. Bailding-
METtllC BURIAL CASES.
L80, a genera! natortmant of
. Wood Coffins, ineludiag Rose
Wood and Hahognoy.
Marshal's Sheet Metallc Burial Canes,
An antiraly new article, Marly aa light as wood,
end eloeed up with India Rubber—air-tight—
for sale at my Room*, in Markham's New Build
ing, on Whitehall street, up atairs.
Residence on Bridge strata, Mar Ool. John
Orders, by telegraph, or otherwise, prompt
ly attended to jan M-Iy.
THE SOUTHERN REPUBLIC.
'PHIS Daily and Waakly Political aad Com-
A saareial Journal, edited hy
JAMES M. 8MYTHE, E*q„ aad
JOHN B. WEEMS. Esq , Associate,
contains tha latest mws by Telegraph and
Mail; ia published in the City et Augusta
Georgia, by WM. J. VASON A O*.
It is tha ohaapast Politioal Paper ef its aim,
lasuad Daily, is th* Confederate Stele* of Amer
TERMS—CASH IN ADVANCE:
Daily for On* Y*ar,.,„„ .13 00
- - Six Month* t 00
•< “ Three Months 1 30
” - One Month 50
Weekly for One Year. ...43 00
“ “ Sin Months — 1 t5
“ “ Four Months I 00
“ “ On* Month 35
Post Masters are authorised to act a* ear
Agents, to rsaaine subscriptions, and forward
ns tb* Money.
H. B. CLIFFORD,
BAOON, FLOOR, COFFEE, 8DOAE,
RICE, WINK, BAGGING, ROPR.
GENERAL PRODUCE BROKER
pro. 143, 4th or WViUl Bt*
P ERSONAL atteettoc given toaRorders and
consignments. Hatang thorough knowl-
edge of ti* market* and my boalaeto. t Sattac
myself tkat 1 eaa aer* theatowhe latrata (hair
bnaiaasa to me, a fair peeEL I dial mstoltyen
the cash srstom. Thee* who send their Aeh-
hay the article on tfaan ef OtoMarWdapto aa
Is oftsa On#e fa all mast its. 1 ana stole as
rsfoUhied kaSimku a to.
MATIC SCHNAPPS should be ke,
ihould be kept
Para Csgsu Brandy,
Imported and bottled by himself, warranted purr.u
the bsst quality, with hla certificate on the botTV jtd
hts Real on the cotk.
UDOLFHO WOLF XU
Pure Port Wine,
Imported and bottled by himeelf, put np for medieiiiAl
use, with hts cartlfieate on the bottle ; warranted port
and the best quallty.
Pure Skerry Wiae,
Imported and batted by hlmaelf, the earn* aa the Part
Pure Madeira Wine,
Imported and bottled by himeelf, for prlwate and rod-
tcinal uee, the beat Wine erer offered to the trade in hd
Uce. This Wine la warranted perfectly pure.
Pare Inmates Ran,
•t. Crete Ran, Scotch and Irish Whisky
To the Public.
I will >take my reputation aa a man, my standi
merehaat af thirty years’ reaMenee In New Vor_
what I pledge aad testify to with my teal, my label, id
my certificate, la correct, and can be relied upon by ss-
lyaletaae who uee Wlaee and Liquors in their prac
tice should gtve the preference to these artlclea.
POT sale by all respectable Druggists and A|>otkera
Role Manufacturer and Importer of Schiedam Aromatic
No# 22, Beaver Street, New York.
HUNNIGUTT, TAYLOH k JONES,
February 18, TMt.-d 9 m «•
J. H. LOVEJOY,
WHOLESALE & lETAIL CROCK
ARD DEALER IX
Tobacco, Wise, Liquor, Cigars, ic.
Oherokee Block, Peach-Tree Street,
conn or rnsen ran *n nsUixm unto
1'kAYS OF TUITION: Momhra ssA
U dsn, from 3 till 5 o'clock, P. Itoitk
dies. Mi us* sod Mister,; sad the ■•ml.
st sighv from ti till 10 c'elosk, for Yuue|0»-
Term*. 110 far tbs full nouns of II limst
Fsb. 19—tf. '
SIOX B. ROBSOX. ROBERT C. K0IM>
a B. ROBSON & CO,
ATLANTA, CEO Mil
SeU Brarythiag ia their iiue of Trsdsto
Thz Rem eta ifrtcm to reek.
BUTLER *- PETEBS,
(SoccmMu to Hfok. hotter * Co.,)
eon Tin rumenssa sxn ssu or
ATLANTA, .0 EOStfi-
Hera ramoend to tks torn FirsTnolLJ
hens*, formerly ossnnlsd by Wiasbiy A m**
•II, bppesfte the State Reed Depot.
Good Tea nemos money token stpsrfrr’
OA BBLS LARD OU, last neeired on m-
EUDUBl FLOUR I FL
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snd IM ieA» f
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W In Store snd for ssls by ^Jl
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