From the Atlanta New Era,
tIST Or DBLESATES.
The following is the list of Delegates
flrrt to the Georgia Constitutional
l ynmention :
A iron A Bradley, c Walter L Clift,
l£ev Jaa Stewart, c Isaac Seeley.
Moses Jl Bentley, c W II JD Bey •
A L Harris.
T G Campbell, c W A Gaulden,
A M Moore.
F M Smith.
I* B Bedford.
Lewis II Roberts. J.evi. J Knight.
J I, Cutler, Rev. Milton C Smith,
Dr. Win C Carson.
R II Wliitely, Frank Powell,
W IV Deucs, C C Martin,
II II Christian.
r> Vclch, Jno Murphy,
n L > ioiner, c Bcnj. Sikes, c,
‘. in II Noble, c Jus A Jackson, c
Robert Alexander, c Jno Whitaker, c
J 1 Blount Thomas Crayton, c
G W Chalters, c
F T Sneed, Jno E Hall,
Tlv McCoy, Robert Lumpkin,c
Jesse Dinkins, c
FOU RT E E NTH DI ST RICT.
Rev J C Traywiek, Dr S T Sailer,
Simon Stanley, J M Buchan.
Audrew J Cameron.
E Lane. George Linder, c
Jno \ Madden, J M Rice,
R Whitehead, M Claiborne,
11 11 Ghssoiv, James Burke.
R B Bullock, B Conley,
F Blodgett, 8 W Beard, c
J E Bryant, Alex Stone, c
Jas Atkins, Robert Crumley, c
D P Baldwin, J W T Catching.
Henry Strickland, c
O C Richardson, Geo Wallace, e
C H Prince, VV II Harrison, c
W C Supple, Dan’l Palmer, c
Tiios Gibson, Sani’l Gore.
• J2nd nsr.
Geo G Wilbui, Rev II M Turner, c
F Wooten, Allred Bowdoin,
W J Home, T J Speer,
M Cooper, M A Potts.
P Maddox, W 1* Edwards,
O 11 Walton, S A Cobb, c
Isaac II Anderson, c
\ 9J II» IMCT
"HS W Ashburn, J. G Maul,
jhos Gilbert, Van Jones, c
J C Casey, c
Ono S Costin, c E J llig-bcn,
IVin Guilford, c Ij L Sfiinfmd,
Sam Willi tms, c
S T W Minor, W II Rozar,
W II Whitehead.
271 h DIST.
John Harris, J WChristian,
N P Hotchkiss, C L) Davis,
Jas C. Barton.
TPSaflold, AG Foster,
Jno R 11 utisoH, Horry Glover,
William T Jordon.
D G C tin'!', Lewis Pope, c
l> Uuit She ;nn, James Knox,
Romulus Moore, c
A T Ackerman, Jos McWhorter,
E S Oobb.
Philip* Martin. S W Crawford,
\V F Bowers.
Jno Woody, Milton Moore.
Benjamin Dnnegun, .Madison Bell.
W. L. Murler.
S. E. Daily, S. Brown.
II i) Shumate, Jas R Brace well,
Dr. J. Matthews.
Dr II V M Miller, J* L. Punning.
N L An?ier, J II Flynn,
David Erwin., II G Cole,
IV C Let?
Rev J W Key, P W r Chambers,
Jno S Bigbv, Dr. W C Smith,
J C Bowuen.
J II Caldwell, Robert Robinson,
Dr. Geo llarlan, A H Harrison,
E B Marlin.
Jns D Waddell, TJ Foster,
R B Hutchinson.
Jno Lott, S T Houston,
A W Holcombe
"Wm T Crane, Jno Boyson.
C A Ellington, W McHaw.
J R Pirrott, W L Goodwin,
AN Shropshire, Geo P Burnett,
AN A Fort,
Sam’l E Fields, Jno II King,
L N Trammell.
Presley Yates Jns M Shields.
Those market! “c” are colored dele-*
m M •
SAM’L H. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
tartersville C«a, Xor. 15, HS67.
The Convention in Georgia.
The Convention for the State of
Georgia, will, doubtless, be soon con
vened. From an examination of the
list of delegates, which we publish in
this paper, it will be seen that there are
thirty-three colored and one hundred
and thirty-three white delegates fleeted
to the convention. We have some rea
son to hope, from the names of gentle
men whom we recogniz j in the list, and
who wield a great influence in legisla
tive bodies, that the deliberation of the
Convention will be tempered by mod
eration and reason. If the Constitu
tion, to be adopted for Georgia, is not
too eggregeously obnoxious to our
people, we doubt not its ratification by
the people. But an enlightened judg
ment would dictate that an expression
of opinion should be withheld until the
work is done. If at all acceptable let
the people ratify it, but if too oppress
ive and burdensome, then let the peo
ple—the voters —of Georgia, set too
their solemn protest, but not go before
unto condemnation. What we want
most is the restoration of Georgia to
her w onted place in the galaxy of
States, upon an honorable and equita
ble basis. Not a Union cemented by
bayonets, but of hearts and hands.—
The South can promise herself nothing
until this restoration and union is ef
fected. She is now suffering in all her
interests, both public and private, on
account of her disintegration. Once
again restored in the Union upon, at
least, respectable terms, peace and
prosperity will again flow to her bor
ders, which will oil the wheels of
progression and stimulate the energies
of the people. When the Convention
convenes, we hope that reason will rule
the hour—not passion, prejudice, nor
spirit of revenge. Let us be patient
and hopeful, determined to do what is
right, nothing more, nothing less. Let
us avoid extreme men and measures,
and act in reference to the future wel
fare of our country, people, and gov
ern me lit Let crimination rpm.in.i
illation cease, and if the teims dictated
be sticii as we can accept, let us accept
them, it too intolerably obnoxious,
reject them and submit to the conse
Tlie Alabama Convention,
This Convention is now in session,
at Montgomery, and we have been
pretty closely investigating its pro
ceedings, in order to form an idea ol
what the Conventions succeeding it will
be likely to adopt. The Convention
in our State, for instance, supposing
that all the unrepresented States will
be apt to incorporate similar peovisions
and ordinances in the Constitution to
be drafted by said Conventions for their
respective States, Most of what has
been done, however, up to the present,
has been submitted to committees.—
Among the measures is one to revoke
all contracts based upon Confederate
money, especially in reference to guar
dians, trustees, Administrators, Execu
tors, &c., who invested funds in con
federate securities, and give minors
and orphans possession of real and per
sonal estate sold under an order of tiie
Confederate Government, This was
submitted to the committee.
An ordinance to declare the State
Government of Alabama null and void
after an expiration of thirty days, and
the offices to be filled by appointment
and election, by those who can take
the test oath.
‘■By Mr. Ilaygley, AYhereas, since
tilt JOtli day of January, 1801, no legal
government lias existed in Alabama;
and whereas, such illegal or pretended
government as now exist therein is ad
ministered by men who have been ele
vated to power and authority on account
of servitude rendered in behalf of trea
son end rebellion; and whereas, said
pretended government does not ade
quately protect loyal men in there rights
ot iite, liberty end property.
Therefore, liesolvcd, That this Con.
venUon should proceed to organize a
Provisional Government for the State,
and to tins end all important offices in
the State should be declared vacant
within thirty days after the first day of
Dec.. ISG7. Also, that a Provisional
Governor should be appointed by this
Convention, whose first duty should be
to till by appointment all offices thus
vacated, with competent men who can
take and subscribe the oath prescribed
by Congress. Also, that during the
exisunce of said Provisional Govern
ment, and after the various offices are
filled as provided by the preceeding
resolution, all vacancies occurring in
slid offices shall be filled by election.
Provided, however, that no person shall
be eligible to fill any office whatever
under said Provisonal Government who
cannot lake and subscribe the aforesaid
It was moved and feeoned that the
resolution be laid on the table. The
ayes and nays were called, and resul
ted, 25 ayes, 47 nays. The resolution
was thereupon referred to the appro
An ordinance was submitted to the
appropriate committee to derlare who
shall vote on the ratification of the Con
stitution to be drafted, when again sub
mitted to the people. The committee
made two reports, a majority and a
minority report, as follows :
“The majority report disfranchises
all who refused to vote for or against
Constitution, when submitted to llie
people, and is otherwise proscriptive,
These reports were made the special
order for Wednesday.
That laborers have a lien upon the
crops and all personal property of their
employers for wages due; that said lein
shall have precedence of all others, ex
cept for rent and supplies. Referred
Mr. Gregory, a resolution that the
Committee on Preambles and bill of
rights be requested to incorporate in
their report a special ordinaucc abol
ishing and removing all laws, regula
tions or customs, heretofore or at pres
ent in existence, wherein distinctions
are made on account of color, race or
caste, or formes condition of servitude,
with such penalties as the committee
may deem just and proper. Referred
to committee as asked,
Mr, Carrawav, (colored) a resolution
that provisions be made by appropriate
committee for the protection of colored
Mr. Carraway, (colored) offered a
resolution, which was adopted, requir
ing the Sergeant-at-Arms, and Door,
keeper to make suitable arrangements
for the accommodation of ladies, who
wish to visit the convention, Adopted.
By Mr. Graves, an ordinance, to-wit:
Be it ordained tfee., That such real
property as may be selected by the
head of the family, to include the home
stead, it desired by the head of the
family, be, and is hereby exempt from
levy and sale for debt, except for taxes
on the same.
Provided, That such homestead shall
not exceed eighty acres, and ill value
not above fifteen hundred dollars; Re
ferred to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Garrison, a resolution that the
Committee on Finance and Taxation
be requred to report that no citizen
shall be required to pay poll tax. and
that lhe revenue of the State shall be
raised off of the property of the State
according to value, Relered to Com
mittee on Finance and Taxation, as
These are only a few of the meas
ures proposed by the Convention,
which we give, in order to enable our
readers to form some conception of the
work of a convention, llow these
measures may terminate —which amen
ded, revised and adopted, will ohly be
revealed by time,
The following circular lias been sent
the Severn 1 Department .C , -,■*tis«i n uo
of the Freedmen’s Bureau ;
War Department, "j
Bureau Refugees, Frf.edmen, (
And Abandoned Lands, j
AV ashington, INov. 5. 18G7. 1
Sir : As there is stiil quite an amount
of abandoned properly on ycur returns,
and much of it occupied by the former
owners, who abandoned it according to
the definition of the law, and who
through contempt of the Government
of the United States and the President’s
authority, decline to make any appli
cation, under the orders approved by
him, for its restoration, you are hereby
directed to give notice to all such
persons, through your officers and
agents, that their property, coming un
der the above head of abandoned lands
held by the Government, and now on
your returns, will be taken formal
possession of on the first of January
next, and lented to refugees and freed
men in accordance with the provisions
of the law. In case they make appli
cation in accordance with the law,
formal restoration will be immediately
made and reported to this o'ffice.
Very truly yours,
U. S. Grant,
Secretary of War ad interim.
General Howard has departed south
ward on a tour of inspection.
Every family in the United States
now pays, upon an average, two hun
dred dollars taxes a year, directly or
Henry A. Wise calls the so-called
State oi NVest Virginia ■‘•‘the bastard
chilti of a political rape.”
A laborer in an ice lior.se down East,
was killed by a large Inmp of ice fail
ing on his head. Verdict of thejury—
“Died of hard drink.”
“Nothing can be done well that is
done in a hurry” oracularly declared a
certain protnpnus politician in New
York one dav lately on the steps of the
“How about catching fleas?” asked
a wag at his elbow. The politician
It is rumored in Copenhagen that the
United States have bought the Danish
NVest India Islands for §14,090,000 in
Schofield has issued order con
vening the Virginia State Convention
Direct trade between Europe and the
South is springing up. Steam lines
are in operation between Liverpool
and New Orleans, and North Germany
and New Orleans. It is also announ
ced that there are now seven ships on
their way from Liverpool to Savannah,
with assorted cargoes, and one from
Stockholm bringing a load of iron.—
Cotton will form the bulk of their return
—The report of the death of Dr.
Cross, in Texas, has been contradicted.
—The Radicals lost from sixteen to
twenty thoosand ir. lowa tins year.
—The Radical Governor has been
elected in Ohio by a small majority,
while both branches of the Legislature
—Gov. Orr has written to the Presi
dent, asking him to revoke Gen. Can
by’s negro jury order.
—Several hundred negroes in Pick
ens District, S. C., as we learn from
the Greenville Enterprise, have been
cutting up high shines a lew miles from
Pendleton—shooting one young man
at a debating societ y. and entering and
robbing all the houses in the neighbor
hood. A drunken white man had said
something offensive to them at a meet
ing of the ‘-League,” where several
hundreds were in attendance.
—A party of negroes near Columbia.
S. C., took up a portion of railroad
track a few nights ago, and robbed the
train when it arrived.
—Tlie Madison News states that a
party of negroes who had been disin
terring the Federal soldiers near that
place, met a citizen returning to town,
whose wagon got entangled with theirs,
and beat him verv severely! llow
long are these outrages to go unpun
—The result of the late election in
Alabama, 163,119 registered voters,
after the revision had been made. Os
this number 92,277 votes were cast —
all of them, except 5,215, for a Conven
tion. All of the delegates elected,
white and colored, except barely two.
are identified with the so-called “Re
—Dr. J. D. Cotting, formerly State
Geologist, died recently at Milledge
viile, in the 84th year of his age.
—The cotton manufacturers are be
ginning to complain of tlie tax on
cotton. They allege it destroys the
trade, and added to the tax on tlie pro
duct of their mills think it will force
them out of the trade entirely, giving
the whole field exclusively to British
—A coin of Pi.ilip ofMacedon is on
exhibition in Washington. It is about
tlie size of a half eagle, and is twentv
two hundred years old.
Prentice, of the Louisville Journal,
tenders this advice to the public :
“Never buy goods of those who don’t
advertise. They sell so little that they
have to sell dear.”
Several of our exchanges, says the
Quitman Banner, are urging the reduc
tion of fare on the Georgia Railroads.
This is right, and we believe the in
come derived from passengers would
be doubled next year if the rate of fare
was reduced one half.
The Macon Telegraph says that the
coUo.il crop is one-fourth larger than
A modern Amazon, on her way to
a convention, asked for a seat in a
crowded car. An old gentleman with
keen eyes inquired, “Be you one of the
woman righters?” “I be !” answered
the undaunted heroine. “Do you be
lieve that a woman lias the same right
as a man?” “I do!” (emphatically.
“NVeil, then, stand and enjoy ’em like
a man !”
Hon. Jesse D. Bright announces that
the Kentucky Legislature will consider
the propriety of passing a law making
it a penal offence for any one to at
tempt to collect a Federal tax within
the limits of that State, until she is ad
mitted to a representation on the floor
A Petersburg correspondent of the
Richmone Dispatch states that when
Dr. Beckwith was in that city about
two weeks ago, he made the statement
that within tw? hundred yards of his
church in New Orleans, the negroes
had a heathen temple, in which the rites
of African worship were regularly per
—A real estate agent in Baltimore,
representing some French capitalists,
wishes to purchase 50,000 to 100,(WO
acres of land in North Georgia for a
colony of settlers from that
It is proposed to hold a National
Convention of Manufacturers (of all
kinds) at Cleveland, Ohio, on Wednes
day, Decemder 18th, to plan for joint
action for the early repeal by Congress
of the internal taxes mi manufactures
and productions, except luxuries.
The proposition lor a continuous ses
sion of Congress to the end of Mr.
Johnson’s term is favorably 7 received
by the Republican members who have
been in NVashington.
In Chicago, a lew day since, all the
children in one family were married to
the children in another.
In Kansas both negro and female
suffrage is defeated by B,GOO to 10,000.
Andrew Johnson, President of the
United States, has appointed Thursday,
the 28th day ol November to be set
apart and observed throughout the
Republic as a day of national thanks
giving and praise.
Gov. Jenkins has done likewise.
He requests that all business be sus
pended on that day.
Selling off at
I will sell all my
WITHOUT FREIGHT, &C., as I
desire to sell out every kind of goods,
but FAMILY GROCERIES and CONFEC
-A. T OlfOE!
Cali at once, if you wish
I have just received a fresh
SUGAR & COFFEE;
Which I will sell
at the market
t, ns. Compton.
November, 15th, 1867,
A BSOLXIIE necessity in times pone ly, forced you
t\ forced you to purchase an occasional supply of
such medicines as might be administered to the vari
ous members of your fam iy by yourselves, without
the aid of a Physician.
Various purgative Pills, Cough Mixtures, Chill Med
icines, Diarrhoea Compounds, Tonics, Blood Purifiers,
and many other articles, have been prescribed for you
at a northern standpoint, and in many cases, those
who prepared them knew nothing about ttie treatment
qf diseases in any climate, and in the absence of bet
ter compounds, they, in many instances, met with your
Now, gentlemen, by your assistance and your influ
jnce, which'we ii.cend to MERIT, we wish to elf ct a
flight change in the programme; and so mug as we
jive satisfaction, shall hope to be the recipients of
public patronage. Our plan is, that the
ITiose who are experienced in Southern treatment, and
save been and are in every respect identified with the
Southern people, and who are known and acknowl
edged as such, shall, as lar as poss.ble, manufacture
and supply that demand, thus enabling urory family to
procure at all times, a class of Medicines, that are
iikeiy to give, by far, more satsfaction than if prepar
ed in a locality where diseases are treated differently.
tVe are well aware that there will be arrryad against
gs an army of
NORTHERN NOSTRUM VENDERS,
jVho are making every appeal that imagination can
Invent, in order to win the confidence of the Southern
people; but we are determined to be RE “RESENT ED
ip this matter, and call upou the PEOPLE to decide.
; There are three members composing our firm, all
graduated and experienced Southern Physician. , and
with ail our ability and experience we have prepared
and now oiler you a class of FAMILY MEDICINES,
tiot secrets nor patents, which we think ate honestly
required by every farmer, planter and family ttirough
rfnt tlie Southern country, and an assortment of the
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requiring a Blood Purifier. It is composed of Stilling
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Dromgoole & Co’s DYSENTERY COMPOUND, for
Dysentery, Bloody Flux. Mucus Diarrhoea, etc.
Dromgoole & Co’s I egetable Antibilioos Pills, a sure,
safe and effectual compound fbr family use.
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cleansing the Stomach and Bowels of all bilious mat-'
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he Gain class of troublesome diseases. Price s*2 50.
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Rheumatism, Pains, Bruises, Sprains, ect. for
promgnole A Go's Pile Salve—a certain o-r« „„ , ,
fevmd remedy/,,r al! forms of pn£ ' and ef ‘
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J. P. DROMGOOLE & CO prop-'g
i Wholesale agents for all of o UT jr oo ds,
to whom orders may be sent :
EPNYIN MORRIS 4- CO, Louisville Kv
LoJl cBOSE * C 0“ Mobile, A*'
BARNS. WARD <fc CO.
COLLINS BROS f * . *
Sold in bv-_ *
-'ov. 8, 1867. wtm
A. A. Skinner & Cos.,
TO THEIR NEW BRICK STORE ON
Mam Street, between Stocks’ Livery Sta
ble and W. E. Gilbert Go’s Hardware store,
where they will continue to keep on hand a
large stock of
also, PRODUCE, bought and sold,
ft is useless for us to enumerate all the ar
ticles in the Grocery Line. We keep every
thing necessary to bo kept in a regular
Provision store .
Consisting, in part, of
BAGGING, ROPE AND TWINE, &C.
And a thousand and things too numerous to
mention in a nawspaper advertisement, to all
of which we invite the attention of the public.
We will seil Groceries, etc,, just as low down
as any other Grocery House in the market
can aiford to sell. Call and see us and try us
at our new stand, A. A. SKINNER & CO,
Cartersville, Nov. 8.
iV and confection
eries, kept at all
times, for sale by
and. S, iJ Id SON, Cartersville.
duce bought and
and. S. Aid SON, Cartersville .
Liquors, sold by
and. S. Aid SON, Cartersville.
)Q FOR TEN CENTs
(in y it ftPYV
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" ‘ * v e are egents for the celebrated
.ench H;, a g e) Bonchie Fils & Cos., and can
c “ er . inducements in that line. Also a well
Selected stock of groceries, which we oiler low
Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.
Nov. 15th, 1867, 6w.
GBj.NO DECLINE OF
|ttto fforlt I! 1
Still greater at
LOEWENSTEIN & PFEIFER’S.
of the very re
cent heavy de
cline In DRY
ing, Hats, Roots
and Shoes, we
down our goods
markets, and we
ask, in proof of
what we propose
a Fair , Impar
tial Trial , and
make no charge
our goods to any
one desiring to
Oct. 18th 1867.
PAINTS for FARMERS and others.-The
Grafton Mineral Paint Cos. are now manu
facturing the Best, Cheapest and mast Durable
Paint in use; two coats well put on, mixed with
pure Linseed Oil, will last 10 or 15 years; it is
of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab’
olive or cream, to suit the taste of the con
sumer. It is valuable for Houses, Barns,
Fences, Carriage and Car-makers, Pails and’
Wooden-ware, Agricultural Implements, Ca
nal Boats, Vessels and Ships’ Bottoms, Can
vas, Metal and Shingle Roofs, (it being Fire
and Water proof), Floor Oil Cloths, (one
Manufacturer having used 5000 bhls. the past
year,) and as a paint for any purpose is
unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity, and
adhesiveness. Price §6 per bbi. of 3001bs ,
which will supply a farmer for years to come!
Warranted in all cases as above. Send for a
circular which gives full particulars. None
genuine unless branded in a trade mark Graf
ton Mineral Paint; Address
DANIEL BIDWELL, 254 Pearl Street,
‘Vj'OTICB.—The business relation heretofore exletlne
JA between Dr. J. W. F. BEST and S. R. KRAMER
is dissolved, and all account* of BEST A KRAMER will
be settled witb Dr. J. W. V. BEST, lole proprietor.—
8. R KRAMER I* now in the employ of Dr. J. W l
J W r RF<iT
(fartcriville, Ga. Sept U • • • X.
BLAIR & BRADSHAW
to their new brick store-room.
OBY-iOOSS FOR THE fflliUON, B. & B.
The finest, the best, the Cheapest .
Blair Sl Bradshaw s
new goods liavtj come!
Fall foie! Winter Dry-Goods, both
for ladies’ and gentlemens’ use, in
the greatest abundance, also no
tions, hats, boots, shoes and ready
made clothing, world without end,
in fact, we have the biggest, best
and finest stock ot goods ever be
fore exhibited in this market.
Come and see them for yourself, and then you can test our viracitv.
Blair & Bradshaw are
back at their old 3taud again.
Joijerjerolutto.it »£ lain JUsm.
The Law Firm of Wolford and Parrott here
tofore existing has this day been disolved by
mutual consent. The business hetetofore un
dertaken by said firm will be jointly attended
toby them. Each member of said firm will
continue the practice of law in Cartersvillc ou
WM. TANARUS, WOFFORD,
Nov, 7th. 1-867 4t,