THE PUBLIC GOOD BEFORE PRIVATE ADVANTAGE.
EDITORS A PROPRIETORS.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, MEW, PERRIfART 25, 1861.
L. MO. II.
^TIOH A ADVHITI8IW0 SCMEDULI
■a or at’BaoRjmoa.
„ ... ... C**s. 009 ln»eiiJoB, #1; end
reach aubccqueot Insertion I«m than on#
riHinf, with ihf privilege or cha»««, will
n folio win* rate* :
«. renewable once a month, 9 8S
b t%>( marked on copy for a specified
lUfced until ordered ou», and charged
r above rate*.
merit* ineerle.1 In the DalLT, and WaraLT
I be charged !*) |>er cent, additional to the
» the apace con-
f ___ at regular ratea
RainovaU, Copartuerahl|*. Notice* to
, and payment demanded quarterly.
bit Anvaanaiau nerr aa paid roa la
nent will appear In the Weekly paper
rmenU to be Inserted In the Weekly paper
egular Intervale in either of the papers,
|1 per square for every laf"“-
a for Charitable Institutions, Mlllta-
r . ales. Ward, Town and other Public
_i be charged half price,
and deaths are published as news
i, Tributes of Respect and Funeral Invitations
i Notices In Local Column will be charged SO
, under no circumstances, to be Included In
ATLANTA LODflK, No. fit, F. A. M , meets on the sec
oitd aud fourth Thursday nights In each month.
LBWI8 LaWSIIR, W. M.
Jouh M. Uoaiso, Secretary.
FULTON LODGK, No. 216, F. A. M., meets on the first
aud third Thursday nights In each month.
DAVID MAYER, W. M.
R. J. Mtutr, Secretary.
MOUNT ZION ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 16, meets
on the second and fourth Monday nights In eao
month. L. J. ULKNN, H. P.
C. R. Hablbitbb, Secretary.
JASON BURR COUNCIL~OF ROYAL AND SELECT
MASTERS, No. 18, meets quarterly, on the first i un
day In January, April, July and October.
LEWIS LAWSilE, Th. III.
Jon a M. Bosnia, Recorder.
W. W. BOYD, M.-.fc-.
W. T. Mead, Recorder.
is every T
T. P. MARSH,
William Wilson, Secretary.
EMPIRE ENCAMPMENT, No. 12, meets on the second
and fourth Wednesday nights.
WM H. BARNES, Chief Patriarch,
W. W. BOYD, High Priest.
T. P. Fuwrxa, Scribe.
A. Abktbll, Cashier.
AGENCY CENTRAL RAILROAD A BANKING COM
PANY—Office on Alabama Street.
A. W. JONES, Agent.
AGENCY GEORGIA RAILROAD A BANKING COM
PANY— Office on Whitehall Street near the Railroad.
WM. W. CLAYTON, Agent.
i ■«# Departure of Train,.
| Railroad a Banking Company.
, Atlanta, 171 Mtl«— Fare, $4 4».
iK YONQfi, Superintendent.
I,n F.UI..U TEA,,.
, daily, at..— — A. M.
i Anguata at 6J0, P- M.
ugu.ta, daily, at 4-40, A. M
t Atlanta at 6.44, A. M.
MIOMT rAHIRSBt TRAIN.
, daily, at 8.40, P. M.
I Augusta at 5.48, A. M.
1 ru.U at J.S8, P. M.
Atlanta at 11.44, P. 14.
1 run, in oounnetion with the Train,
l Carotin, and the Savannah and
kiirnads, at Augusta.
1 S Weet-P.int Railroad.
Beet-Point, 87 Uilaa—Fare,. #3 it.
I Q. HULL, Superintendent.
.AT PAaeaeoae tuaiu.
nta, daily, at. 10.10, A. M.
real-Point at - 8.10, P. M.
t-Point, daily, at ... 8.00, P. M.
Atlanta at ... T.41, P. M.
piaar raaaaaaaa »Aia.
nta, daily, at - 0.80, A. M.
Teat-Point at - 4.46, A. M.
i-Point, daily, at 8.15, A. M.
Atlanta at 7.40, A. X.
I connect, with the Montgomery A
I at Weet-Petnt.
i St AUaatlc Rallroaa.
attanooga, 188 Milee—F»re,....$i.
nr rAeeauaan rna».
Ha, daily, at
19.19, A. M.
6.49, P. M.
4.05, A. M.
l.lft, P. M.
It*, nightly, *t...
7.99, P. M.
4.8f t A. M.
8.20, P. M.
11.4ft, P. M.
a,each way,with the Rome
at Kiogeton, the Eaat Ten
1e Kialrued at Dalton, and the
battanooga Railroad at Chatta.
i A Waatara Railroad.
n, 108 Mile#—Fare #4 40.
, TYLER, Superintendent
1.45, P. M.
i at T.lf, P. M.
1.80, P. M.
nt 7.00, P. U
i rAteaaaaa nan.
..... 18.00, Night.
7.U, A. M.
7.16, A. U.
ilna will not ha run on Sun-
Night Train from Atlanta,
■ Central Railroad for Sevan-
. M, and the South Waatara for
a a. baa, at 0.46, A. M.
l from Atlaata, eonnaota with
illroad lor Savannah at ll.M P.
aih-Waatarn Rail Road for Co-
. , P.tL
gh Ticket, from Atlanta la New
Omelboe fora In Savannah,
Pbbimo Brown, Cashier.
J. P. LOGAN, President.
• CITY GOVKKNNGNT.
Mayor—JARED IRWIN WHITAKER.
Ward I—Fell* Haidman, F. C. House.
Ward II—William Watkins, J. R. Crew.
Ward III—8. B. Love, Robert Crawford.
Ward IV—J. H. Mecaslln, James Lynch.
Ward Y—S. B. Robson, Thomas Kile.
Committee on Finance—Councllmen Robson, Crew,
i Ordinances—Councllmen Watkins, Me-
u Streets—Councllmen Crew, Robson,
Committee on Wells, Putu)>s and Cisterns—Council-
H. HUNTINGTON, M. D.,
LT OFFICE in Rawaon's new build
ing. corner Whitehall and Hunter Streeat.—
Residence first house to the left of Col. Yen
KcrEitEMCBB: Hon. R F. Lyon, Mr.
Rawson. Messrs. Beach 1 Root,' Rer. Mr. Rug
ers, Dr. Logan, Atlanta; Her. C. M. Irwin, D.
A. Vason, Esq., Col. Nelson Tift, Col. W.
Lawton, Henry Tarver, Albany. J an 10.
i Ure Department—Councllmen Mecar
llu, Robson, Watkii
Committee on Police—Councllmen
Committee on Cemetery—Councllmen Hardman, Wat-
Committee on Relief—C«
Un, House, Watkins. Kile.
Clerk of Council, Tax Heceiv
Ilmen Crawford, lfecas-
Treasurer— K. J. Roach.
Chief Marshal—Thomas B. Boggua.
Deputy Marshal—Duke H. Brannon.
1st Lieutenant Police—B. N. Williford.
2d Lieutenant Police—J. M. Lester.
City Surveyor—N. L. Currier.
Clerk Market-J. D. Wells.
City Seaton—O. A. Pilgrim.
Superintendent Streets—II. W. McDaniel.
BOABD OV IIBALTAI.
Dr. H. W. BROWN, Chairman,
G. B. Ilaygood, Esq., Dr. D. C. O'Keefe,
Dr. J. G. Westmoreland, Dr. T. 8. Powell.
ATLANTA FIRE DEPARTMENT.
WM. BAKNES, Chief Engineer.
S. B. SHERWOOD, 1st Assistant.
K F. MADDOX, 2d Assistant.
V. M. JOHNSTON, Secretary.
JOHN F. KZ7.ARD, Treasurer.
ATLANTA FIRE COMPANY No. 1, meets first Monday
in each month. J. H. MECASLIN, President.
W. K. Mason, Secretary.
MECHANIC FIRE COMPANY, No. 2, meets first Friday
night in each month.
LEVI RICHARDSON, President.
Oe C. Rooks, Secretary.
ATLANTA HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. 1,
meets first Saturday night In each month.
FRANK JOHNSTON, Foreman.
Noab R. Fowlbb, Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OF GEORGIA.
Josarn E. Baowa, Governor.
John h. Campbbll, 1
H. II. Watte#*, VSecretaries.
H. J. O. Willis Ms, )
E. P. WATIIX*, Secretary of State.
Jobs Jobbs, Treasurer.
Pstbssox Tuwbatt, Comptroller Oeneral.
A. J. Boons*#, Surveyor Oeneral.
Taaonoaa L. Gcaaav, President of Senate.
F. H. West, Secretary of Senate.
C. J. Williams, Speaker House of Representatlvea.
Gkobub Hyllieb, Clerk House of Representative*.
Eli McCosssll, Principal Keeper.
Chabi aa G. TalbibI), Aasistant.
W. A Williamb, Bosk Keeper.
Cbab. W. I.akb, Chaplain.
Da. R. Q. Case, Physician.
Da. S. O. Whits, 1
D. O. Campbell, >Trustees.
Millbb Uaiavs, )
Josbpr Hurt Lcmpbix, of Athens.
Kicbabd U. Lyon, of Atlanta.
Chable* J. Jaaaixs, of Augusta.
Gaoaua N. Lasraa, of Marietta.
Chamlis W. DcBoea, of 8|>arta.
1st Distbict.—Brunswick, Eastern and Middle Judicial
tahooclxse. Judicial Circuits.
Tims op Sbsbiop—4th Mouday In January and 8d
Monday In June, at Macon
So Disteict—Tallapoosa, Flint, Coweta, Blue Ridge and
Time op Sasaioa—4th Monday In March and 2d Mon
day In August, AtlantA^^^^^^^HH^^^^^^^H
B INPEBIOB cai'at.
J. N. Simmons,
K. M. Taliaferro.
Sheriff—C. C. Green—Deputy, 8. B. Love.
Clerk Superior Court—B. K. Botnar.
Clerk Inferior Court—Daniel Pittman.
Ordinary—J. II. Mead.
Treasurer—J. R. Wallace.
Tax Collector—A. J. Collier.
Tax Receiver—William Center.
: unday In May at>d November,
OBTiLLa A. Pt’LL, LaGrange, fudge.
N. J. IIammosd, Atlanta, Solicitor General.
Coutlcs. Time of Session
i Monday In April and October.
* “ ‘ n ls March ‘ *
Troup—fid Monday In May and November.
February and August.
bln Muufoetnrinf hujisMT 0.«
‘1 cub cnAitnl. or non, will tod
i, wkather he «ngvgM u
anaat For farther par-
Coweta—1st Monday In March and September.
Floyd—4ih Monday In Jan. and 1st Monday In July.
Heard—fid Monday In March and September. 1
Hsraison—fid Monday In April and October.
PsuMtrr—4th Meodav In February and August.
Polk—fid Monday In February aud August.
BLUE RIDGE CIRCUIT.
Canada D. Rios, Marietta, - Judge.
Wa. l*MiLun, Marietta, Solicitor Oeneral.
Counties. Tims of Mastlnns.1
Forsyth—fid Monday In Febi
Gilmer—1st Monday In Mar and October.
Lumpkin-4th Monday In January and July.
Milton—1st Monday lo Jane and November.
Pickens-fid Monday In March and September.
Towns—4th Monday In May and Octobet.
Union—fid Monday In May and October.
J. A. W. JoaaaoB, Caasvtlle, Solicitor Oeneral.
Oonntlsa. Time of Sessions.
Case-Id Monday la March and September.
Catoosa—fid Moadar la May and November.
Dade—4th Monday In May and November.
Oordoo—1st Monday In April and October.
Murray—Yd Monday In April m *
“ i first 1
Monday to April and October.
THE ARMY OF GEORGIA.
Colonel—Wa. J. Habdkb, U. 8. A.
Lieut. Col.—('has. J. Williams, of Muscogee •
1. L. B. McLaws, U. 8. A.
2. Edward K. Harden, Whitfield county.
1. Wm. D. Smith, U. 8. A Company A
8. Wm. J. McOUl, O. M. I "...
8. Wm. Martin, of Lumpkin county "
4. Wm. G. Gill, U. S. A “....
5. Jacob Read, U. S. A “....
6. John O. Patton, of Bibb county **....
7. George H. Thompson, of Fulton county *•
8. Francis T. Cullens, of Clay county “....!
9. Alexander M. Wallace, of Fulton county....'*
10. S. P. Hamilton, of Chalham county “
1. Arthur Shaaf, U. 8. A Company
2. St. Clair Dearing, U. 8. A '♦....
8. A. F. Cone, U. & A •*••••(
4. Thomas J. Berry, U. 8. A ",...!
5. A. A. F. Hill, of Clarke county
6. W. W. Kirkland, late Marine Corps M
7. John MlUedge, Jr., of Richmond county ... “ •
8. T. 8. McIntosh, of Chatham county "....1
9. John M. Branch, of Chatham county “ I
10. Tomlinson Fort, of Baldwin county “..
11. Bedney F. McDonald, appointed by the Colonel
Quartermaster lit Regiment, Company J.
1. Thomas A. Mattox, of Chatham Company A
9. Garnett Andrews, Jr., of Wilkes M
8. John F. King, of Olynn
4. George P. Harrison, Jr., of Chatham ",
ft. P. M. B. Young, W. I*. C., of Casa. “.
6. E. 8. Willis, W. P. C., Chatham
7. J. Q. Blount, W. P. C., Talbot
8. J. Alexnnder, W. P, C. f Fulton ",
9. John McPherson Berrien, Chatham “.
10. Michael Cass “.
11. Joseph A Blance, Polk ",
Colonel—Wa. W. T. Walken, V. 8. A
Lieutenant-Colonel—E. W. Cnastain, of Fannin.
M A JOB 8.
1. Wm. M. Gardiner, U. S. A.
2. Alfred Cummtng, U. 8. A.
1. James McIntosh, U. 8. A Company A
2. Thomas McCennel, of Liberty
8. Alfred Iverson, Jr., U. 8. A “... .C
4. John D. Walker, of Scrlren " D
6. John R. F. Tatnall, U. 8. A **....K
6. R. A. Wayne, of Chatham '*....F
7. John 8. Fain, of Union **....O
8. Miller Grieve, Jr., of Baldwin
9. Lewis 11. Kenan, of Baldwin “ ... I
10. Abner 8mead, l r . 8. A "....J
L John T. Mercer, U. 8. A Company A
fi. Joseph P. Jones, U. 8. A **....(’
Ill Montgomery, U. 8. A M — D
4. Robert H Anderson, U. 8. A **....K
ft. B. M. Thomas, U.AA **.... F
A Joseph Wheeler, U. 8. A '*....O
7. Robt. A. Crawford, of Fulton “....II
A H. D. D. Twiggs, of Richmond *» I
9. Henry Cleveland, of Richmond " J
10. A. P. Brown, of Forsyth, “.... B
11. G. Whitfield Anderson, of Fulton, J
1. John Howard, Jr., of Muscogee Company A
& P. L. Wade, of Screven, “ — B
UR. Bowdre, of Bibb, “....C
A R. II. Atkinson, of.Bibb “... D
A F. M. Myers, of Cobb. “ E
A J. Barrow, W. F. C., of Clarke “ F
T. John A. Wsal, of Morgan.
A Lewis DeLagte, of Richmond
fi. G. B. Lamar, Jr. t of Richmond
10. Robert F. llui.t, of Cold*.
11. Henry W. Trippe, of Houston
DH. J. P. H. BROWN,
Drug Store, Whitehall street, Atlanta,Georgi
All operations pertaining to Dental Surgery
performed with tne greatest care twawljjeV
. A N. W. CRAVEN,
HAKE removed to their ne
and splendid room in Pabkbi
Block, opposite Beach A Roots, where they a
prepared to wait on all who may wish their
Ministers, who are pastors charged half-
urice. Calls from a distance atteuded o with
promptness. juuelP waIw
W. J. DICKEY,
SURGEON AND MECHANICAL
OFFICE— Up-stairs, next door to Richard
look Store. sep24twlyr
T HE firm of Carroll A High is this day dis
solved, by mutual consent. Either of the
parties are authorised to sstcls the busiueet of
the late firm. Theee indebted will please call
and settle. W. 8. CARROLL,
Atlanta, Feb. 18,1M1. JOS. P. HIGH.
FIRSTD00R WEST OF THE FULTON BANK
A great variety of
Corerfd in BROCATELLE, REPS, VEL
VET, SIIALLY, and HAIRCLOTH. A]
made in a workm.ndike manner, combining
Strength, Durability and Beauty!
Modelled efler the style of LOUIS XIV,
and many of the Oriental Styles adapted to
American taste. Also may bo found
Ladies’ Parlor Chairs,
Mostly ot new Patterns, from
$5 to $30 each.
Of the latest and most fash
Of Rosewood, Mahogany,
Walnut and Imitation, from
$1.25 to $90.
Of every style, qi ,lity and
Cane, Rush, aud Wood-Seal CHAIRS, fo
Parlor, Dining, and Bed-Room, with a large
variety of Children's Chairs; Rocking aud
Nurse Chairs, with Cane, Rush, and Wood
WARDROBES, Wash-8tands, Hat-Racks,
Corner Stands; Side, Centre, and Parlor TA
BLES, Ladies' Work Tables snd Quartettes.
BEDSTEADS OF EVERY KIND.
FRENCH IN ROSEWOOD,
FRENCH IN MAHOGANY,
FRENCH IN WALNUT
ORIENTAL IN ROSEWOOD,
ORIENTAL IN MAHOGANY,
COTTAGE IN MAPLE AND
COMMON IN POPLAR & MAPLE.
Cottage Suites in s variety of styles.
Hair, Moss snd Cotton Mattresses made to
order. All kinds of common Mattresses usual
ly found in Furniture Stores kept on hand.—
Also a full supply of Window Shades, new
Patterns, together with many other articles
common to this line of trade.
Particular attention paid to Repairing and
making to order. Looking Ulass Plates kept
constantly on hand.
D. CHAFFEE, Agent
Atlanta, Sept 19—d3m
JOS. P. LOGAN, President.
PERINO BROWN, Cashier.
L. P. GRANT. JOSEPH P. LOGAN,
THOMAS L. COOPER, JOHN W.*DUNCAN,
GEORGE G. HULL, JOS. D. LOCKHART.
Collections received snd remitted for at cur
rent rates of Exchange on day of payment
Uncurrent money, Gold and 6iiver Coin,
bought and sold.
Loans and Notes negotiated.
Stocks, Bonds and Real Estate bought and
sold on commission.
ptr Prompt attention to correspondents,
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE!
W E are Agents for the Auguita Insurance
Company, and the Insurance Company
of the Valley of Virginia.
Our rates of premium will oompsre with anv
of the Northern Companies. We trust our
citisene will patronise Southern Institutions,
especially when they are strong, solvent and
prompt in redeeming all losses.
S. B. ROBSON A CO.
aprill7 Atlanta, Georgia.
FIRE AND LIFE
T HE subscriber represents the following first
class Companies, some of which are now
the leading Comp* -tea in the country—all
having Cash Capitals and a large surplus. The
Companies thus* designated divide seventy-five
per et. o/ the net earnings with the policy holders:
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus 91.15HJHKI 2M
•CONTINENTAL IMSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000.
•SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y.
Capital and Hurplus ttt<M>,3H3.
CITIZEN INSURANCE COMPANY. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, *32t.3U2.
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Surplus 9301.951.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSU
RANCE COMPANY, MASS
Capital and Surplus, 91*1,000.
•MARKET INSURANCE COMPANY. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, 9300.000.
HUMBOLDT INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, 9C3S.OOO.
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE 00., N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, 9400.0410.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Thi* Company offers security ana advan
tages unsurpassed by any Life Insurance Com
pany in the country. Jt accomodates the in
surer tn the payment of premiums, annually,
half yearly, or quarterly. Premiums on poli
cies for life, if over $50 per annum, sixty per
cent, is only required. Annuities granted on the
most liberal terms.
All the above Companies court investigation
into their condition and system of doing busi
Office on Whitehall street, next door to T. R.
Ripley’s, opposite the “Intelligencer" office.
julyl2 SAMUEL 8M1TU.
Louisa L .Shean,
John F. Shean
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
August Term, 1860.
resides outside the limits of the State of
Georgia. It if ordered by the Court that service
upon aaid Defendant be perfected by publion-
tion in terms of the law.
D. F. HAMMOND, J. 9. C.
Agent* 17,1999. nov.ll 1 a mth Mmth..
CARVING IN WOOD.
HE subscriber respectfully announces to
the citizens of Atlanta, that he is now
fully prepared to execute in the best manner,
every description of CARVING IN WOOD.
He will also give particular attention to the
fitting up of Stores, with Shelves, Counters, Ac.,
after any plan ; also, the internal decoration
of public Halls, Churches, Ao.
«9> Old Furniture of good quality will bo
repaired at short notice in tho best manner.
Marietta street, opposite Gas Work#,
O* HUNTER STREET,
Bktwbbx McDoxocn and Butlbr Strbbts,
Near the City lltll.
T HE Subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends, and the public generally, that he
has established, as above, a
Blacksmith and Wagon Shop,
and also a
where he is prepared to do all kinds of work
in hia line. He solicit# a share of patrouage,
and will guarantee to give entire satisfaction
to all that may entrust him with their ordors.
Orders promptly attended to.
JAMES E. GULLATT.
He has on hand and for sale two DRAYS.
Cheap for Cash.
Atlanta, Jan. SO.
That your neighbor h> ■ intentionally done
you an injury before you become displeased
with him. If men would always act upon
this principle, bow maoy heart burnings would
be prtveuted. We venture the assertion that
out of ten settlement difficulties, nine of them
originate in misunderstandings; and the re
maining one was brought about by some Busy
body who was more anxious about other peo
ple’s busiuess than his own.
Too often we bear neighbors speaking of the
sins of others—of their short comings in the
disoharge of their duty—of the many times
they have been wronged by them—and of ev
erything they know of their neighbors but
what little good there may be about them.—
How they delight to dwell upon these things!
And this practice, we fear, is more common
with those who profess to be followers of llim
who, when lie was reviled, reviled not again.
Shame, shame on you, man—or woman, as the
case may be. Why no4 speak of the good, and
lei the evil aloue ? Cast about you, and ace
in how many instances you have failed—have
beeu guilty of worse sins than those you so
much condemn in your neighbors.
There is an old volume stored away on your
table, book-shelf, or somewhere else, which,
if you would take down from its long resting
place, brush the dust from its sscml lid, open
and examine its contents, would teach you
belter things. In lhat old book we read that,
on a certain cccssisn, a poor sinful woman,
takeu iu the commission of a very great crime,
was brought before our Saviour for bis con
demnation. Did he not do it? No! His an
swer was, “ Let him cast the first stone at her
that is without sin among you.” (It wan the
law in those days lo alone persons guilty of
such crimes.) What a lesson does this teach
those fault finders who are ever ready to put
the worst construction upon all their neigh
Let every one adopt this as their motto :—
If I cannot speak well of my neighbor, I will
not speak at all; and our word for it, in a re
markably short space of time the community
will be rid of all settlement difficulties. Man,
when you hear (hat some one has been slan
dering you, or doing you an injury in any way,
go to him or her and inquire into tho matter
before you condemn them. Possibly your in
formant was wrongly iuformed, or did not
hear correctly ; or may be your neighbor was
only joking. Exercise a little charity—for
give and be forgiven.
We do not profess to be entirely free from
these sins. We are no more free from temp
tation than other people. Many is the time
that a hastily spoken word has caused us to
spendun happy moments; and wc know it is the
same with other people. Let us endeavor to
be charitable one toward another, and we will
be the happier thereby.—Central Georgian.
Rule to Perfect Hervlce.
Stillman Uoningtoo J UBEL p 0 R DIVORCE
J.ne Iioiiington. J '« Fulton Bup.Court
M»ryE. Bui«« | UBEL FOR DIVORCE
J.me, B. Buile. J in Fo1 '" Court.
the Sheriff, that neither of the above defend
ants reside in this county, and it further ap
pearing, that neither of them reside# in the
State, It is, on motion, ordered that each of
■aid defendants appear and answer, at the
next term of this Court, or that aaid oaee be
considered in default and that the Plaintiff in
each case be allowed to proceed.
This 1st day of Oolober, 1860. By the CeuA
J. M. A W. L. CALiors,
Attorneys pro Libelants.
A truo extract from the miautee of Fulten
Superior Court. Nov. Mth, 1960.
DANIEL PITTMAN, Dep. Clerk.
Not. 29. wlamfSm
J . H . JAMES,
BROKER A.YD COLLECTING OFFICE,
IN HI WELL'S DHY GOODS LTOBE.
D RAFTS, Gold, Silver and Uuctirrcnt Mon
ey bought and sold, Notes discounted, fills
orders for tine Watches, Diamonds aud Jewel
ry st 10 per cent, only on cost.
RaraRBNcas: Park Bank, New York; Mid
dleton A Pooler, New York; C. H. Bbeeon A
Son, New York, and the people through the
South, where he has traveled lor three years.
SAM KIRKMAM. JOUR W. LUKR.
KIKKMAN & LUKE,
No. 17(1, Second Htrocri,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Refer to Jobk Kirk man, Jambs Woods, W
Gnnr..xrm.D, Nashville, Tenn. jan 0—3m
H. B. CLIFFORD,
BACON, FLOUR, COFFEE, SUGAR,
RICE, WINE, BAGGING, ROPE,
GENERAL PRODUCE BROKER
No. 1^3, 4 th or Wall St„
P ERSONAL attention given to all orders and
consignments. Having thorough knowl
edge of the markets and my business, I flatter
myself that I can aave those who intrust their
business to me, a fair profit. 1 deal sUiellycn
the cash system. Those who send their uion
ev and orders to me get the full benefit of our
Cash Market. I do not u*e the money, and
buy the article on time of 30, 60 or 90 days, ns
is often done in all markets. I cau ship as
low as any man in the South-West. All I ask
is a trial. New York Exchange received at
selling rate here. 1 do not speculate; do only
a legitimate business, gentlemen. jan 16.
FRESCO PAINTER AND GRAINER,
HAVING located perma
nently in Atlanta, willde-
rote his whole attention to
the~above Branches in all their details.
Likewise, SIONS of every description, WIN
DOW SHADES, SHOW CARDS, CARVED
LE ITERS made to order in any style, war
ranted to equal any City in the Union.
Orders from the Country attended to.
OFFICE—In Beach A Roofs Building—