nENRY'A. WHeSoH, tooalT'
Proolamalion by tho Qovo
TutinsDiT uobnikOi 0CT0BRB »», ud) swapy**;***^
ProoInmsUon of BopUmibcr Mill, 1868, miny
• nets lu
TF.BUSt~Tv* Dellun and Fifty Cut* P«r T««r
In Ailuntei Bin Honthi, tl.M).
Unten of Ltjtil Ad willing I
Citations on loiters of Adffi'r, kA<«••••♦*
Citation* on Inter* dl*. front Adiu’r, 4o...n M
For lenro to noil l*ml,.... ■ ™
Notlco to dobiornAnd creditor*, ••••••< Oil
Bale* of pa.wi.al projiertr, 0 days, 1 »qr., 8 ,00
Hiila of l«nd by Adm'r*, Kx’w, fto., 1 »qr., 5 00
SlivrllT* Sulci*, per .jpmro, cnuli Inwirlion 70
of fUUew havo
Speclil Notice l
N. B. Hudgixs, Sheriffof Gordon county, Inn
•elected tho North Gxonnu Citiirm, an hti offi
cial organ, !rt which nil his advertisingwill appear.
tho Grand Juries of Gordon and Bat-tow coun
ties, wo notice, In their presentments, paw very
Complimentary resolution* to Solicitor -Broyles,
for his strict, energotlo business capacities. Tho
Colonel la a right clever follow, anyhow, but he
ts In bad company. _
.Jack Frost has commenced nipping tho bilds,
and tho “saddest of year” Is upon us, elothedln
tho “scar and yellow lenf.” Big Urns, overcoats,
etc., aro In domand. Tho weather, this weok, li
On tho evening or the ‘25th, at tho residence'of
Col. Oallnway, by tho Ilcv. Win. Dunn, Mr. S. 0*
Carter to UiM II atti S Shelton, fell of Spring
Going, Csnel—Up the Spout t
The Radical blow-hnrda didn’t have but fifteen
to hear them at Spring Place, tho other day I If
0)ltn crowd* amount to anything, Radicalism has
flatted out in this country. Atkins had better
quit and go to hunting Illicit whiskey distilleries,
Farrow Into tho salt potre business, and Bard, if
he wonts to save himself, had belter go to praying.
Owing to the continued Illness of Ills Honor,
Judge Parrettj tho Superior Court for this couniy
was postponed till next Monday, by Sollelto 1 *
Broyles. There was no court at Spring Place last
week on this nocount.
“The Last Rose of Foramen or the Dying
Struggle of North Georgia Radicals.
According to flaming posters the big thing has
come off. Several speakers and a slim audience
assembled at the Court nuu-c, Saturday. A pro-
cession of one negro, bearing tho “Stars and
Stripes,” marched through tho main streets, and
to the spenklng place. It Is said the jury seats in
tho Court Home were nearly crowded. The au
dience was somewhat mixed,numbering about two
hundred, of all casts, colors, ages ami sexes. The
vprakers departed, humming,“Mother, we’re com*
log home to die*” Hard says “It avns a success. 1
It was for Democracy.'
The Gate Ctty-Mcrrtants.
Tho mcre'ianta of tills go-ahead city arc ovc
aViv6 to their best interest. They use printer’
ink moro freely than any set of merchants in the
S'Kifli, and the result is'they nr* selling car loads
<i' Goods all over the State. The trade of North
Go irgla properly belongs to Atlanta, and wo are
glad to kuow tlmt she is receiving a very con
siderable portion of It. We take great pleasure
In calling attention to tho cards of tho fol-
owing house* In to-day’s paper, wldelt nreumong
the large t and most responsible in the city
Messrs. Chamberlain k Bonyton, dealers in
Ciiriu ts, Oil Cloths, Dry Goods, Ac, Vjhllst in
Atlanta u few days ago Wo went through
tensive stoic rooms of this firm, and wc hazard
ii.itldug in saying, they have the largest and best
assured stock ot good* this fids of Charleston,
and are selling at pticcs astonishingly lotf. i.Ue
sure.nud call on thum when you \hdt Atluuta—
they arc on Whitehall street.
Messrs. Red wine & Fox* dealers lit Drugs and
Modieihfc.*. These are the nun who run tho “ Live
Drug Store ’’—and it is emphatically a lire con
cern, and a big concern,' and Is kept by two of
tho eleverest men “ this side of sun down ” If
you want Drugs and Medicines at low figufes the
“Live Drug Store” is the place to get them.
Messts. Cox k llill. wholesale dealers In For
eign and Domestic Liquors, Cigars, Tooocco, Ac.
Kvcryhsdy In this country knows Hill—he is a
Chattooga county mint—and a moro accommoda
ting, hetier-lmarted li-llow cannot bo found. II
you want pure liquors go to his house, and you
will lind the purest _*nd best. Wo fpeak from
W. C. Lnwshe, wholesale and retail Druggist.
Tills is one of the largest Ding Houses in Atlan
ta, the proprietor of which is an exceedingly idee
gentleman. This hot.se is doing a heavy hits!-
newt, sod no wonder when goods nr; sold there
ut such low prices.
Mrs. Br.rnneller, denier in Ladies’ Dress Goods.
Any thing that a lady may want to make her look
1 buttitcliiuglv sweet,’ can bo found at tliits popu
lar Miiiuery Establishment.-
Messrs. T. M. & R. 0. Clark, dealers in For
eign and Domestic Hardware. This is the oldest
and most responsible house of tho kind in the
city. If yoU want Anything in tho Hardwaie
]• s line, order from*tills house, mid you will be suit*
ed botli in price una quality of goods.
J. M. Holbrook, dealer in Hats and Cups. This
ts the graft Hat Emporium of the State, at which
any style of head covering may be obtained. Hol
brook buys Mink, Fox and othe^ skins.
That’s Whale the Matter 1
Every town is infested with a pestiffcroiis class
of society, generally known ns dirly-workcrs and
j understrikers for somebody else. Dalton has n
P Tull quota. Some of theso fellows being tho very
i’ scum of Insignificance have a hankering after be
ing noticed. The wmk is too dirty for us—we
can’t prostitute our columns in that way. Tills
t tnakes tho contemptible, slimy, pusilanimous,
! ignoble, back-biting, two-faced forked, viper-
| tongued warblers wratliy, and they occasionally
* say things which wo hoar. We have oulv to re
mark, they had as well stop. Wo aro fishing for
[ trout, not minnows. Their spurious gab is not
‘•vth refutation. Crawl in your holes and hush.
been destroyed, tho right of froo speech impaired,
(he performance Of tho duties of tliS offices to
which eltlxena have been elected denied, and tho
lives of oittons so threatonod as to cause thorn to
abandon their homes and property;
Akn Wurrkas, “Tho protection of persons and
property is the paramount duty of tho govern
ment and shall jie Impartial and complete;”
Axu Wiierkab, The Sheriff of each county U;
by law, charged with tho preservation of life,
property and poneo In each county;
Now, therefore, I, Ruftis D. Bullock, Governor,
End Commander in Chief of tho army slid navy
of' tho Etato of Georgia, and of militia thereof,
do hereby issue this, my proclamation, charging
and commanding the said Sheriffs, and each and
ovory other civil officer In overy county In tills
State, to sec to It that tlio lives and property of
all cltlxcns, and tho peace of the community,
preserved, and that all persons aro protected in
the tree oxerciso of thoir civil and political rights
and privileges: And, ftirthcr, to mnko known,
that fot failure in tho performance of duty, the
said Sheriffs and other civil officers will bo held
to a strict accountability, under tho law; and to
charge Upon every-person, resident In this State,
that they Hinder prompt and willing obcdltnco to
tho sold Sheriffs, and other civil officers, under
all vtreumstanees whatsoever; and that they do
mand from said officers protection when threat
ened or disturbed in their person or property, or
with denial of political or civil rights; and that,
falling to roceivo such protection, tlioy report
facts to tills department.
Tho lollowlug extract from General Orders No
27, dated' October 8,1868, from Headquarters
Department of tho South, is published for tlm
information at civil officer* and the general pub
lic, by which It will bo seen that said civil nfllccrs
will, in tho porformnneo of thoir duties, bo sus
tained by tho military power of tho United States.
Given under my hand, «nd tho Great Poal of
tho State, at tho Capitol, In tho city of
Atlanta, this Uth day of October, in tho
year of our Lord eighteen hundred add
sixty-eight, and of tho Iitdcpcndenco of
tho United States the ninety-third. .
Rorus B. Bullock, Governor.
By tho Governor: -
David G. Cottino, Secretary of State.
“HImjrs., DxpAnTMKNT or me South, )
“ Atlanta, Oa., October 8,1868. J
General Orders No, 27. •
“Wiikocas, By ati sot of Congrats of tho Uni
ted States, approved March 2d, 1806, It Is made
tho duty of tho military authority to preserve the
pcaco at tho polls nt any election that may bo
held in any Of the States:
“And Whereas, This duty has become tho
more imperative from the existing political, ex
citement.hi the public uiincl; from tile recent or
gunixaUM of civil government, and from tho fact
that Congress has by statute prohibited the organ
ization of military forces in tin! several States of
tills Department; it is, therefore,
“ Ordered, Thai tho several District comman
ders will, ns soon ns practicable, on the receipt of
this order, distribute. tho troops under their com
mands a* follow**
• • • • • •
Iii tho District of Georgia:
“One company 16th Infnutty, to Albany.
“Ono company 16th Infantry, to Columbus.
“One company 10th Infantry, to Macon.
“One company 10th Infantry, to Augusta.
“Olio company lOthllnfinftry, to Washington,
“Ono company 10th Infantry, to Amcricus.
“One comiianv 10th Infantry, to Thomaxvdlc.
“One company (C) 5th Cavalry,' to Athens.
“The company nt Snvanuhh to be reinforced,
should occasion require, by such number of the
men at Fort Puluski ns cun be spared from the
Proclamation by tho Govornor.
It I* reported by rellsbls clllron.
from nunjr counties or tho-Sute, tint prepara
tion! sra being nail, to collect onerous urn lev-
leil under nuthorltr or tin Co.mltutlon or Eigh
teen hundred nnd nljtyflvo<186»,) mid foiling to
collect, to apply tlm pro.lilon# or tho prcient
Constitution, nhd thereby csoludo innnjr cltlseu.
ftom tin privilege or voting.
Therefore, I, Kuhn 11. Ilulloclr, Governor nnd
Oommtndnr ln Uldcf of the Army «nd Nary or
tho Btato of Georgia,'.lid or thn Mllltlu Ihoreof,
by virtue of tlm .ulhorily In me reeled by llm
Beyeniletli (JO) nectlou ul thn Codo of OcorgU,
dn hereby iiupcml tlm collection of nil poll Uses
until tlm ttutrngulnt jowlmi or tlmSGcncral An-
ncnibly of thin Slut*, nnd of Ihln luipcnalon tho
Comptroller General will forthwith giro notice to
tlm Tax Collcctorn of tho novcral counilca.
Given under mylhnnd nnd tho Grant Seal of
Ilia Stahl nt tlm Capitol, In tlm City of Atlanta,
till, twentieth of October, lu the year o' mir
Lord, eighteen hundred nnd elxty-olght, tihd of
tlm Indepetldeneo of tlm United States of
America tlm ninety third.
Rerun B. Ilot.t.ocx,
By tho Governor!
David 0. Cumkit,
Secretary ol Stalo.
CourTttoM.xn GiaxiaCn Ornni, )
Atlanta, 0,1., Out. ‘27, 1868. f
7b Iht Tax ColtKlon of Hi, Slot, of Giorgio:
In conformity *BB tho ahoVo proelamatlim by
hln Exeellcney the Governor of tlm Suto of Geor
gin, you nro hereby dircctod t) inspend tho col-
lection or all poll tnxen, III your reipeotlvu coun-
lien, until the hc»t regolar ncjxlou of lh« General
Aosomblyor thin State.
All papeVf'In thgSUto will copy six time* nnd
rend hills to thn Executive Office, whit copies of
papers conlnlnlng tills proulnmntlon.
Proclamation by the Governor.
Whkiikas, on tile Sd day of November next, an
rKctlon will Ira held nt the varlnUa place* In this
Slate established by Inw for holding election* by
the people thereof, for nine Eloetois of President
■lid Vico President ol tlm United.State*: And
whereas, from thn increased number uf qualilled
voters in this Stntc, additional opportunities*must
ho olfmdod, that It may ho pond
lent for nil persons, who aro entitled to excrelsU
the elective iVancldse, to vote ut said election i
‘Now, therefore, I, Unfits D. Bullcok, Govern*
... and CommnndurdmChter of tho Army-and
NnVy of tho Stale ol Georgia, and of tlm Militia
thereof, do hereby Isnilo thin my Proclamation,
ordering and requiring that, In ndditlnn to tho
election In each Militia District, there iliall be at
tho cuuntv site election precinct, three ballot-box
en used, and three boards of Superintendents of
election organised, to the end, that all duly qnal-
illed voter* may have opportunity to vote. In all
such canes there shall he a separate lioarJ of Sin
perlntendeuta nr election duly quallflcd anil or
ganised to each liallut-liox, and tlm election elt.ll
ho conducted by/ftch hoard of Superintendents,
in tlm same manner, and with the same funualiilr
ns If them Were hut ono bnllut-box and one boa
ul Superintendent*. Each It,mid will mlko sep
arate returns, a* required by Inw.
Gircn under my hand and the Groat Seal of the
State dt the Capitol, in the city uf Atlanta, thin
twelfth day or October, tn tho ycHrof onr Lord,
elglltvCh hundred and sixty eight, mid of tho hide-
penitence uf tlm United Stale, of America, the
Rems It. Bcuocx,
By llm Governor!
’ David O. Cotond,
Secretary of Stale.
SPRING AID SUMMER GOODS
W K nro receiving nluiost dally largo addition!
to our stuck of goods, Pi which wo Invito
llm attention of promp buyer., knowing that we
can make It tn tlu-ir lute rest to do so, Our atoek
consists In part of .
Staple andFanoy Dry Goods,
Ladles’ DRESS GOODS and TRIJIMIXCS In
great variety and ityleil
White Qoodt, Bleached and Brown
Slcn’a and Roy's
Ready Made Clothing,
Litton Drill#, Cdttonsde*,^ Summer Coaslmcrt,
ltATS, boots'* AND SHOES,
Fot* Ladies anu Gentlemen.
Hnrtltrnro, Outtlpry and Qucenewnro,
and Wood and Willow-Ware In great variety.
Aluo, a splendid line of
and Dyc-Stuffk. to which wo Invite tho stten*
tioti of our friends and the jftiblio, ** It is our in
tention not to be undersold. Wo buy til kinds
of Produce for Cash 'or Goods. Rbinouibtf,
our motto U
QUICK SALhS AND SMALL PROFITS.
jdOirnr tt e.isoa\
jan 16 Hamilton Street, Dalton, Ga,
flcadqimrlcrs for Everything
Tunis, if crt.,
H AVE on band and arc constantly receiving
the largest and fluent Assortment of
76 Nuiunu Strc%i, New York.
CIIOCIE DRY GOODS, “
Embracing nil tlm new rtylcs of LudloV Dresa
Goode, Cloths, Coittneiea, Vesting*, cte.
GUUD, STRONG FASUION.MII.E.
Ladlci'i Hats, Dtcsa Trimmings, Yankee Notions.
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoos,
■ in ««ry Variety of Prict ami A'jrraiirnct.
Alto, a vary largo aanortmoht of Crockery,
Cuttlcry, Hardware, nnd everything ol«o required
to make a full lino of . .
Of tho latest and most approved Patonta Also,
fell kinds or Field «nd Garden 8eeds, at
oYo* t and 2 Tlbb’at lJoiise,f)a/foii
NEW FIRM-NEW GOODS!
AULT & BABHETT.
O UR MR. BARRETT having recently return
ed from market, where he made a thorough
examination of the largest and most complrto
Mocks, enabled him to make purchase* on tho
most reasonable terms In consequence thereof,
we flatter oureelves with having a moat magnifi
cent assortment of
Now York Oolumn.
SELECT VOUIl OWN NUMBERS
ROYAL SPANISH LOTTERY.
'•PUR most responsible Institution of it*. .Ind
-I. lu the world. Selecting number* lu this
Lottery la a new Ides—nnd duo well adopted to
tlm wants uf tho people. It affi>nla a a aim-mean* I
nn. JOHN BULL'S
Bull’s Cedron Bitters.
E VER YBOD Y Tries Them I
E VEIl YBOD Y Uses Them 1
E VERYJIODY Believes in them/
Everybody Recommends them !
Arc you truublud by flat*,Mice,Kuadn
“Only Infallible Remedies known."—*
"Free from l’nlion." "Not danger
ous to tho Uumm Family." “ lints
come out of their holes to dlu." Im
proved to keep In any climate.
Are you annoyed with Bed-Dug. f—
Can't sleep nights I
“Collar’*” lied-Huff Ex ter.
A Liquid “ Dcntroys and prevenli Dad-
AND DEALER IN
Staple Dry Goods.
Leather, Grain, llay,
Tunnel Hill, Ga.,
Coffee _ Sugar,
And everything that is required to rnSko a com
plete stock. Produce wanted 1
AULT k BARRETT,
sepD-1 y Ilantiilon street, Dalton.
DALTON PRICES CURRENT.
Ur.vised Wkkkly bv J. E. CiiiiisTia.v.
RUTTER—20 to 25 cents.
-EGGS—10 to IB cents per dozen.
FLOUR—^12 to tilB per barrel.
MEAL—BO to cents 60 per bushel.
CORN—40 to Go per bushel.
BACON— 20to 22 per lb.
SUGAR—Drown, 16 to 2o cts. per lb
SYRUP—70 to $1,211.
WHEAT—11.00 per bushel to $2.00.
COFFEE—80 to 88| cents per lb.
CHEESE—25 to 30 “ “
COTTON YARNS—$2.10 to $2.22 per bunch.
CALICO—124 to 17}cts. per yard.
CANDLES—Tallow, 25 cw. per lb.
Adamantine, 80 cts. per lb.
Atlanta Market Report-Correrted Weekly by
II. T. Cox k Brother, Commission Merchants'
_ W ? U “ D V> 0c1, 20 —Corn, per bushel, $Ul.d5
f W heat, white, 2.25a2.50; Term, red, 2a2.10; Ga.
B red,l.70o90. Oats,oo a 65. Rye, in demand, 1.45;
Hour, per sack, superfine, 4.50; extra, 5.50.
fttmil*', 6.00. Meal, 00al,05. liucon, shoulders
141; clear shies, 18; hams, 19a20. Lard, in bbla.
20 7 o?,1; in firkins, 21 <*22 Butter, 25n.°A Eggs
Uj2). Beeswax, 35a37. Onions, 1.4fal,60.'
i FI dt' Pens, red, 7«a00; white, . Virginia
I Bari, wok, 2.7». Dry Hides, lb, 20. Sheetings,
4*4, »«rd. 15a 15}. Shirtings, 7-8, 13nl8}. Cot
ton Yarn*, bunch, 3.00.
“ Detachments, when necessary, may bo'made
to points in Ihs Vicinity of each post; but In
qnso, nor on nhV pretext Whatever, will detach-
mcnis be sent without a commissioned' officer, who
will lie fully instnuited by liis post commander.
“The troops will be considered as In the field,
and supplied with tho ifccessAry cutup rqulppago;
the men to be furnished uilli common tents it
practicable, nnd il nuV pwetliiaWi^ with eltcltcr
tents Commanding officer.) aro permitted to
biro quarters, temporarily, wlicn it can be done
for rcusdnable rates; hut this will not preelude
tho necessity of carrying tents, as the commands,
in ail cases, must bo in readiness to move at the
shortest notice, with nil supplies r»qui.cd foY
District commanders will instruct post com
manders in their duties, uud tiro relative position
of tiio civil fend military powers. Tiicy will im
press on post commanders that they are to act in
aid and co-opcrtion, and in subordination to tho
civil authorities; that they are to exercise discre
tion and judgment, unhiused by political or other
prejudices; that their opjcct should bo exclusive*
Iv to preserve the pence and uphold laiy an i order*
and they mint bo satisfied such is tho object of
the elvil officer calling on them for aid \ tlmt they
must in all fuses where time will permit, apply
for instruction to superior authority, but they
iuust at all hazards preservo the pcaeo, and not
be restrained by technical points when, in their
conscientious judgment under the rules ahovo set
forth, it is their duty to act. Post comm aiders,
on being notified of tho proposed holding of po
litical meetings, may send an officer, and if nec
essary a dctichmcnt, to watch tho proceeding!
see that tho peace is preserved.
'To Hie people of tho several States compos
ing the Department, the Major General Command
ing flfijwnts Hint they will co-opcVato With him
nnd tho civil authorities in sustaining Inw and or
der, in preserving llie |HAce and in avoiding those
scenes of riot nud bloodshed, and tho wanton do
struelion of property and life, which lias ul ready,
in some instances, been enacted in tho Depart
ment. He urges ubstinc ncc from nil inffaniniato
ry and incendiary appeal to the passions; dis
countenancing Hie kieping open of liquor shops
on days o! political meetings nud of election
the abstaining from carrying arqis, «nd assarting
the individual right of constructing laws by force
or arms. No just cause is ever advanced by re
sort to violence. Let there be charity nnd lor-
bcamm-c among political opponents, whatever
may be tho result; let each good citizen determine
that ull who, under the in*, have tho right to the
ballot shall exercise it undisturbed. If there
disputed points of law, let them be referred to
the court*, nnd let not inoLs or political clubs, or
other irresponsible bodies, construe and under
take to execute the law. This appeal is rnado in
thu earnest hope that the Mi\jor General Com
manding can rely on the good sense and correct
judgment of the inns* of tho people, find that he
will not bo compelled to resort to tho exercise of
tho power with which he is intrusted, nnd which
ho will mod reluctantly employ. But he thinks
it his duty to make known that so far as the
pjwor under his command will admit, he will not
permit the pence to bo broken, and that ho will
not bo restrained in the conscientious discharge
of his duty by technicalities of law* mndo when
the present anomalous condition of affairs were
neither anticipated or provided for,”
By order of Major General Meade;
Oct IftitU nor 5 R. WJRtJM, JL A. G.
Fjttra Special Notice.
Bowaro of counterfeits 1 Smith's Tonic *yntp
has peon counterfeited, end tho countoridter
brought to grief.
S))iith'* Tonic Syrup,
The genuine article nnijt have Dc- John Bu1i>
private stamp on each bottle, lb-, uiihq Hull un
ly has the right to manufacture and soil the origi
nal John Smith’s Tontfl Syrup of Louisville, Ky.—
Examino well the labnl on each bottle. If my
privuto stamp is not on tho bottle, do not pur-
oIiiikc, or you w.ll bo deceived. Sec my column
advertisement, and my show card. The genuine
Smith's Tonic Syrup can only be prepared by my-
s n ll." The nnblle servant,
Louimlle, Ay. Du. JOIlN Bt'LL,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
AND DEALER IN
And everything in hl« line of.bu>inca«, which L
proposes to h-II ns cheap as can l»e bought in the
s-wuli. m OF WcstonSjfSirl i-ts? ..t *holc,*i or re
tail, nnd claims for Inx Tin ware 11 superiority over
that of Xofthoth ot- Eastern manufacture.
Roofing and guttering done promptly] cheaply.
Hamilton street, Dalton, Ga. jniy fiiu
- old Iriond. and tlm puLllc Ron*ralty ar
to call on mo before SELLING or rl’H-
0HAS1NG elsewhere, as I sin determined to
SELL GOODS CHEAPER
Yhntt any House this eidc.ol Atlanta I
I., O. CIl.l ll'HtKB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tST'Vlll praetice In all the counties compos-
lng tlm Cherokca Circuit. Jen. lu—ly.
Tiif. Trial op IIon. Jeff. Davis,—
Tito New Vork Sun, o.lite.1 Ly Mt\
Clmrlea A. Dunn, fortnorly Asslstnnt
Secretary of War, argues that Mr. Da-
via will not ho tried nttlio approaching
session of llto United Stnles Circuit
Court in Richmond, and never will he
tried. Tho Sun says:
The indictment against JelT. Davis
might as well ho sold to the paper ma
kers for three cents a pound, lie will
never lie tried. The eloquence of Mr.
Kvnrls will never ho wasted on thu liv
ing skeleton of a defunct Confederacy,
with strong probability of a disagree
ment of the jury, nnd n pardon virtu
ally pro-uised beforehand in ease of
“ Sister Nlggcf Republic" of Hayti
in terrible muddle. Revolution,sieges,
dying generals, out-breaks, war-ships,
court-martials, throat-slitting,and devil
to pay miscellaneously. Sicli is Frec-
Niggerdom. Ain't It ioVoly ?
SfAin,—Tho Revolution has not
brought pence or quiet to Spain.—
Some or tho Generals hnvo declared
against Prim. One of the Bishops is
at tho head of nn insurrectionary force
of two thousand men, nnd tho Junta
hns demanded the return of the crown
jov/ols and oilier property taken away
hy Queen Isabella. There will bo
more racket ere a great while.
Shoddy Snubbed.—'Tho wife of a
New York hanker, nnd the daughter
of n Baltimore manufacturer, linvo
been notified hy tho master of ceremo
nies of the Empress Eugenio that the
permission formerly granted to them
to appear nt tho Monday evening re
ceptions of tho Empress has been with
drawn. Cause—Unbecoming dresses
nnd unbecoming conduct At tho last
soiree in tho Tuilleries.
Tho New York World nsks: "Where
would the party of universal sniTrage
he without disfranchisement? Just
flguro it np: All Vit-gihla disfranchis
ed, 110,000 votes; all Texas, 65,000 ;
nil Mississippi, 10,000; in Missouri,
50,000 ; in Tennessee, 100,000; in the
so-called reconstructed States, 150,000
—total 050,000. Then, when they
have taken this out of disfranchise
ment, they, by negro suffrage, Juggle
in 150,000, making in nil n difi'creilee
of 1,305,000 votes. Can an elcutiou
so carried be considered n fair ono ?—
Is this the voice of tho people ?"
A sad affair occurred in Owasso,
Mich., a few dhys ago. Two Saginaw
ladies went thither to meet their aged
parent*, whom they had not teen for
years. As tho cars from the east oon>
taining the old pooplo approached the
depot the mother caught sight of her
daughters, and In hor eagerness to om
brace them, stumbled and fell. The
cars ran over her, severing her head
completely from her body.-
.TIIJHKEEE If into.,
Ulficc over John 11. King*, Dalton, Ga.
H AVING prrmanenlly located bore, nnd being
provided with thu latest improvements in Den
tal material, are prepnred to do imytliing pertain
lng Dental S*utgcr.y. All work warranted to give
Wp prepare a “Superior Vegetable Tooth Pow
der,” guaranteed to contain nothing injuriods to
the teeth. Bcpi24-ly
GOLD a* GREENBACKS!
TT behooves every man to save every cent pn«s
L Eibe, and cvenboilv “gives it up” that they
««•« money by trading ut
NEW CHEAP STONE!
arc offering unprecedented bargains in
BIciicIicd and Unbleached Domestic
Bools. Shoes, flats, Motions,
BACON, SUGAR, COFFEE,
nnd FAMILY SUPI-LIKS of all l:lml* .it
Wonderfully Low Prices!
Wc continue to pay tho 13 Iff best i*rtcC8
for Country Produce, of all kinds.
Wo are offering great muiiccnio also, to
buyers of Pocket and Table Cutler .dware,
tju!2 ' J. K. k & CnRISTIAN.
J\ D. Campbell, Proprietor,
T HIS is n Seymour nnd Mdir House, where, pood
accommodations, in every sense of tho woid,
nro offered to the* putdlo. Sept. 3-ly.
Woods & Craven,
Drugs, Medicines, Dye StuHh, Faints,
Oils, Window Glass, &o.
B F.ST AND CUGAPK3T FERTILIZER
IN TUB WORLD I
Saw# Land....Eaves Money....Saves Labor!
J.E A H. CHRISTIAN, Agent*.
CIGARS AND TOBMQO; I
C OUNTRY MERCHANTS nnd consumers will
find at our house tho largest and best as
sortment of Cigars nnd Tolmvco in Cinmikc*
Geoi-gin, which tvo tfell at Allnntn and Nashville
prices. J E. k E CHRISTIAN.
Variety Store and City Saloon
II. P. O'Jl'EIL
No. 4 Tibbs* House, No. 4
H AS on hand and is constantly receiving
everything in tho tine of
C«nfeetloniir cs And Faney Greeerle
of American nnd foreign production. Canned
Fruits, Pieklcs, Wines, Jellies, and in fact, any
thing you .nay wish in this Hue, can bo found at
No. 4, Nibb’s House.
lined Cigart and Tobacco the market qffordal
I will positively do no credit business hereafter
uud gentlemen must not ask for it, as IshAll cer
tainly refuse them.
For Ui6 liberal pntronngo rccelVJd, I would
return thanks to my many friends in this and
adjoining uountic-*, nnd solicit a continuance of
thu same. fob 18-1 y U. P. O’NEIL,
it. T. cox, of Tenu.
j. l. con, of Tenn
17. T. Cos tf Brother,
Foray lit Street,
Prompt Attention Given to Sale of
Produce, Groceries and Merchandise,
And filling orders for Produeo or Merchandise.
ReEer to—BUsIncsl IIoUscs generally of At
lanta, East Tennissecand Southwestern Virginia.
Dalton Confectionery and Bakery,
Opposite Bukofiit tt Loveman'a.
1 A BOXES Frenrh Imperials, extra nice; 50
I W “ (f and 1II). boxes) French Can
dies; 600 Ibi. plain anil .funoy Gandtesv fresh
boxes Chewing Gum; boxes large Sugal- Toys
Brandy Peaches, Jellies, assorted Preserves, Rail-
cub. Dates, Pidm Nuts, Filberts, Almonds, Eng.
Walnuts, Oysters, Sardines, Creekers, Cheese,
Soap, Candies, 5odt, Nutmegs, Cream Tartar,
- the Bakery Department win bo found
fresh Pound Cake, Tea Cukes, Jelly Cako,Spongo
Cake, Cream Cake* Pics, Custards, kci
pftTPartics supplied on sliort uotico k
Wf Private room for Lunch.
Oct 8—3t. JOHN TOHSLEV.
I ^liE CITIZEN will bo sent to subscribers until
. January for FIFTY CENTS.
For Moths in Furs, Woolcus, Carp
Co8iar’tt” Insect Powder,
Destroy* Instantly Fleas and all In
sects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, Ac.
“ A sure thing.” Thousands cau les-
“Costar’s” Corn Solvent,
For Corns, Bunious, Warts. Ac,—
Don’t suffer wllli Pain I A Wonder
ful power of Healing i Every family
should keep it in the house.
“Costar’*” Buckthorn solve.
Its effects are immediate. For Cuts,
Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Sore Breasts,
Piles, Ulcers, Old Sores, Itch, Scrofula
and Cutaneous Eruptions, Chapped
Hands, Lips, Ac., Bites of Animals,
ARKANSAS HEARD FRO II
Stoney Point, ]Vhite Co., Ark., May 2.7, ‘06,
Du. John Bi ll— Dear Sit: Lu»*t J-chruury I
wns in LouisvilU purelytsing drugs, and 1 got
some of your Snrsupujdlla and Cedron Biiteis.
My son-in-law who was witii mein tl.o Ftore,
lias been down with ihcnmatixm for some time,
commenced oil tho Bitters, and roon found his
gencrul liealtli improved.
Dr. Gist who has been in bad health, tried
tin in, and lie also improved.
Dr. Cofi'oo, who 1ms been in bad health for sev
eral yenrs— stomach and liver affected—ho im»
prored very much by this into of your Bitters.
Indeed the Cedron Bitters lias given you great
popularity In thin scttletpont. 1 think I could
sell a great quantity of your medicine* this fall
—especially of your Cedron Bitter* and Sarsapar*
ilia. Ship ms via Memphis, cure of Kiekct and
C. D. WALKER.
Bull’s Worm Destroyer.
2b my United Slates and \Vorldwide[Rtadera.
I have received many testimonial* from profes*
rionul and medical men, as my almanacs and va
rious publications have thown, all of which are
genuine. The following letter from a highly cd»
m ated and popular physician in Georgia, is cer
tainly one of tho most sensible communications
I have ever received. Dr. Clement knows ex*
actly what be speaks of, and his testimony de*
serves to t»o written in letter* of gold. Hear
whnt the Doctor says of BULL’S WORM DE*
Villa note, Walker County, Oa.,Juns 29,18t6.
Dr. John Bull—Dear Sir: I havu recently giv*
cu tour “ Worm Destroyer’’ several trials, and
find it wonderfully efficacious. It has not failed
in a vingle inftjuccto have tho wished for effect*
I am doing a pretty large country practice, aud
have dally urn for some article of tho kind, I
am f ico to confess that! know of noicmedyree*
ommcmlcd by the ablest authors that is so oertain
and speedy us i'.a effects. On the contrary they
are uncertain in theextremo. My object in writ*
ing you is to find out upon what terms I can get
the med’eino directly from you. If I can get up»
on easy terms, I ahull uro a great deal or it. I
coated). SO years administered in
“Costar’s” Bishop Pitts.
Of extraordinary efficacy for Costive-
ties.-*, Indigestion, Nervous and Sick
Headache, Dyspepsia, Dysentery,Gen*
v-ral Debility, Liver Complaints, Chilli,
Fevers, Ac. Not griping. Gentle,
mild ami soothing.
________________ or g no, l f!cll!,c > n discarding n remedy which
A Universal Dinner rill" (.ngur- "o_Uno«r to bo rffldcnf, fimply becaaso «s mar
That Cough will kill you. Don’t neg
‘Coslar’s’* Couffh Remedy.
The children cry for it—its a “Sooth,
ing Syrup.” For Coughs, Cold*-
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whoo
ping Cough, Asthma, Bronchial Af
fections. Singers, Sjn-akeis, and All
troubled with Throat Complaints, will
find this* beneficial Pectoral Remedy.
Beautlfi.s tho Complexion, giving to
tho skin a transparent freshness.
(( Ccstar’s” BlUer-Sweet
nnd Orange Blossoms.
Renders thu skin clear, smooth and
soft. Removes Tan, Freckles, Pim
ples, Ac. Ladles, try • bottle, and see
lb wonderful quality.
137" III BxtVARil'll of all wortlilessmlta I*
t-JTNono Genuine without “COSTAR’S"
$37*250 nnd 5ffc. sizes kept by nil Druggists.
$1 fixes sent by mail on receipt of price,
pays for any three$1 sizes by Exp-css.
pays for eight $1 sizes by ExprcsJ.
HENRY B. COSTAR, t
012 Broadway, N. V.
J2TFor aalo by 0,. B. Wellborn & Co., Do!-
t^PSoid by nil Wholesale Druggists In all the
83f*B»rnes, Wurd A Co-., 24 Magazine streets
X. tbloaus, wholesale ngents for Southern
l-e ignorant cf its combination. For my part I
iake it n rule to uso ull antf any means to
nilieviate suffering Immunity which 1 may bo abit
to command—not hesituting because some on*
more ingenins than myself may have learned its
effects first, and secured that knowledge. How
ever, I am by no means an advocate or supportet
of the thousands of worthless nostrums tlmt tiooo
the country, that purport to euro nil manner o
disease to which human flesh is heir. Please to
ply soon, ami inform me of your best terms,
JULIUS P. CLEMENT, ». D.
HOOD RhASON FOR THE CAPTAIN'S
Benton Barracks, Co., April SO, 1866.
Dr. John Bull—DoarSiri Knowing the efficien
cy of your Sarsaparilla, and tho healing nnd ben
eficial qualities it powesses, I send you tho fob
lowing statement of my coso:
I was wounded about tvroyesringo—\vns taken
prisoner and confined for sixteen month.-*. Being
moved so often, my wounds hnvo not healed yet.
I hnvo not sat up a moment since I was wounded.
I am shot through tho hips. My general health
is impaired, nnd I need something to nsrift na
ture. I have moro faith In your ftireay■ariila than
in any thing else. I \vl«h that that is genuine.
PlcttSU express mo half n dozen bottle*, and obligs
Ca pl O. P. JOHNSON,
Kt. Louis, Mo.
ritten April 30,
mother of Capt.
BARGAINER SALE l
LOTS FOR RURAL HOMES!!
F OR SALE, about Sixty AtVos of land, fairly
timbered, witii beaullftU cites for building,
within one mile nnd a half of the city, adjoining
the property of the Dalton City Company, being
a portion of the lot known as tho Wrench Place.
Sold in pa-eels to suit purchasers, of five, ten,
twenty, or the sixly acres.
Oue beautiful cite, with thirty acres, with the
privilege of two springs, freestone aud chalybe
ate, within o fow steps of tho dt*.
To merchants, mechanics, or otliir burin ess
men of Dalton, there lots ore very desirable, be
ing near enough not to interforo with their daily
occupation. Entirely free from chill*, forer nnd
other malarious diseases, produced by bad water,
Better bargains can be had in this property
than ever before offered in Whitfield county.
Titles mado pcVfcttt. Apply tn
IlENKY A WRENCH.
un. ii. it. uno i»\v,
Insurance and Land Agent,
Kino sTur.rr, iulto.v, ukoroia.
A GENT for J^TNA LB* and Flro Insurance,
Company. Also, Jefferson and James
River Kiro Insurance Companies, of Virginia,
Enterprise, nt Cincinnati, and Putnam, at Hart
ford, Fire Insurance Companies. And
General Land Ae:ent
For anybody who entrusts their business to bis
care. ’ Refers to Col. C. B. Welboro, Atlanta;
Col. W. H. Tibbs, f*owry A Eason, non. D. A.
Walker, and Col. J. A. 1L Hanks, Dalton. jaOly
p. a; HAFFNER,
W'atch-Jllakcr, and Jeweller.
I HAVE just opened my shop in tills place and
am prepaced to do i\x)' kind of Work In my
line of business, such as repairing and cleaning
Wstehus, Ac. I keep on bund Jewelry, Watches,
Shop at tho DnigStolfe nf Gudgcr & Knight.
Dalton, Jan. 8, 1868—ly.
be sold ono of tho Finest Homes in North
G*oi£ia—tho houro and premises of 8. W. Earn
est, Bankrupt, one mile from Dalton on tho Spring
Place road. Eight rooms, good out-houses, splen
did water. In good repair, Tni B*.t Ciukck
IK ClIRItOKRK GKOROtA.
Terms cash. Immediate possession. Title per-
feot. No liens—ono acre of loud. Sulo at Court
Uoiiaodoorat 1. P. M.
Also, a ono third interest In old stablo lot In
front of Judge Morris’ rcsideneo in Dalton; also
old Piano, Ao. I. W. AVERY, Assignco.
W. W. HIGGINs,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
N EW OUNS made to nr Mr, nnd repairing of
every description done ift riiort notice.
I^PAll work warranted. Terms to suit the
Alt sixes and sorts of Spoons^
Butter Knives, tic.,
Mnd» from old silver or coin.
Jg7 M 3hnp in tho building tn Which tliO Post
Office i* kept. Fob. 21— Om.
WAKE tht Cif fZEN! Cheanest and Best l
Auction and Commission
NO. 3 KINO STREET, EALTON, OEOROIAv
C ONSIGNED Goo's sold at Acctton or pri.
vale sale, on the roost reasonable terms.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Instructions followed
Consignments of all kinds sclfofotl. Quuick sales
and prompt returns. Liberal Advance*.
M ANUFACTUIlF.ll and Wholesale and hetal
Denier in every description of
Also, Dealer in
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Papier,
Window Shades, Gilt Moldings and Frames,
CURTAINS AND TRIMMINGS,
Spring Mattresses sad Bedding,Of all Descriptions.
A largo assortment oF Boris! Cases on hand,
which will bo sent to any point on the shortest
notice. Call and examine for yourselves, heforc
purchasing elsewhere. ju!2-12iu
Market Street, bet. Sdandith, Chattanooga, Tenn
“ Consideration Failed!”
H AVING seen a notlro In tiio GitizkW, lu which
the public arc notified not to purchase a note
for One Thoiftand Dollars which I hold against
W. S. CALLAWAY, for which ho says tho con
sideration has failed, now left tho publio should
bo led astray by saf j notice, I will stale tlmt Mid
note wns given fo r Ono Thousand Dollnri In
greenbacks, re<5clv 0 d by him from me, being the
sumo with which he purchased the goodsTo? the
“ New Baltimore’* gfore In Spring Place. Those
who haTo anything to do with him nwltake no
tice. Ao. S. A. PORTER.
October 8, 1868—fit.*
P. S.—The following wos
1805, by Mrs. Jennie Jonnsc
Dn. Bwt-Dear Sir': My husband. Dr. C. 8
•Tohnsfin, wen u pkillful surgeon nnd piiy*ieiau in
ml New Yolk, where hu died leaving tho
above C. P, Johnson to my care. At thirteen
years of ago he had u chronic dinrrhea and scro
fula, for wifich I gave him your S^rsapunlla. It
cured him. I have for ten years recommended it
to many in Now York, Ohio, nnd Iowa, for scro
fula, fever sores, and general debility. Per feot
success baaotuihedit. f*
cased of scrofula and fere
raculots. Tam very anxious for
hove reeourso to your SmMpariiln.
of getting a spurious article, lienee bis writing to
you for it. His wounds were terrible, but I bo-
Uevc be will re cover. Resnect/Ullv,
IH1. Jo3r-lN BULL.
Mnnufocturor nml Yondar «f tlio Celebrated
Smith’s Tonic Syrup,
FOB THE CUBE OF
JO V E .4 iV n t' E f*E It,
CHILLS AND FEVER.
The proprietor of this celebrated mcdiclno
justly claims for It a superiority over all re;, edies
ever offerod to the public for tlio safe, certain,
speedy, and pevnianent cure of Ague and Fever,
or Chill's And Fovor, whether of short or long
standing. Hfc Tofcrs to the entire Western and
South western country to bear him testimony t*
the truth of tho assertion, that In no coso whatev
er will It fail to cure, If tho directions are strictly
followed and carried out. In x great many cases,
a singlo dose hns been sufficient for a c**re, and
whole families have been cured by a single bot
tle, will), s perfect restoration of the general
hoAith. It is, however, prudent, and In every
caso more certain to cure, If its uso is continued
in smaller doses for a week or two aftet tho dis
ease has been checked, more especially in difficult
and long standing cases. Usually, this medicine
will not require any aid to keep tho bowels in good
ordor; should the pntlent, hoVroyer, require a
cathaitio medicine, after having taken three nr
four doses of thu Tonic, a finglo doso of BULL’3
VEGETABLE FAMILYPILCS nil! bdsufficient.
BE. JOHN BULL-3 Prlnclpnl Office:
AM. 40 fifth. Cron Street,
, LOUISVILLE, KT
All of Uro aboro rcmoiilcs for rale by,
J. B. Nil KLIN k CO,
And by all other reffontiblo Druggists. 16-1,
Only FIFTY CENTS till JJnnsry. If. Klnj.
Medical and Surgical Notice.
Oil, .1. Blf’M’CS,
I flORiinRLY of South Carolina, tenders Ids
’ Prufiwtonsl services to tho eitizens of Dal
ton and surrounding country, with nn experience
of 27 veurs practice.
t3TSpeclnl attention to all chronic eases,
f POffiee, during the day, corner of Pent*
King strceU, and night at residence, on
Thornton Avenue, formerly occupied by Mr. J.
January 9-* tf.
BETTER THAN GOLD?
Indestruotablo Golden Pens.
A RE recommended by Rankers, Lawyers, Pro
fessors, Teachers, Mereh-mts, and nil who
have tried thpro, as Uie best Pen tnanufauuir. -1.
They are non-corrorive, nnd munufsfiiured with
the greatest care, rendering them more durablp
than any pen now before tlio public.
Sont poit paid to any address for 75 cents per
box, containing ono di.s--n Order* containing
money for the same sent at our r sk Do i -1 in
got to try thorn U. MoaU'IN ,‘j • 0 .
jur.3 3m • Lcuipvilio, ky.
Pletft stato that you saw IM« In tha finsix