News From All Parts.
New York, December B.—The Beecher*
Tilton caso has been postponed until Mon*
One Editor Murders Another.
San Fkanoisco, December 8. — Edward
Madden, editor of the Tribune, was killed
yesterday by H. Urenwich, step-son to the
editor of the San Joaquin Argus An attempt
was made last night to lynch the murderer,
but be could not be found. It is supposed
that the sheriff had removed the prisoner
and concealed him.
New York, December B.— George Hunter,
editor of the Scotchman, was found dead on
the street. His skull was fractured.
A negro woman plead guilty to incendiars
ism. She was sentenced to ten years in the
Franklin, 0., December B.—The court
house, with the records, was burned by an
incendiary. This is the third incendiary
within three weeks.
The Sherilf Resigns At Last.
Vicksburg, December B.—lt is reported
this morning that the negroes will renew
their attack on the city to day. The citizens
are all under arms, and have been largely
reinforced irorri the adjoining towns. The
prisoners captured yesterday are closely
watched to prevent lynching. The negro
loss yesterday is estimated at about 70;
whites’ loss, 1 killed and 2 wounded. Cros
by is still under guard. The whites hold the
The excitement about the court-house this
morning is inteuse, but the commanders of
the various companies have restored quiet,
and the lives of Peter Crosby and other
prisoners are safe.
Lieutenant-Colonel Q. S-Lee, aid-dc-camp
to Adjutant-General Packer, and a committee
of citizens, met in the courtshouse to-day to
decide upon the best course to pursue.
In a private interview between Packer,
Lee and Crosby, the latter expressed a desire
to tender his resignation as sheriff. General
Packer prepared the resignation, to take ef
fect immediately, which Crosby signed, Lee
and Packer signing as witnesses, and the
doenment is now in the possession of Pack
er. About fifty prisoners are now in jail.
The scouts from the country report all
quiet for miles around, and business is grad
ually being resumed.
Washington, December B.—Gen P. M. B.
Young will introduce a bill appropriating ten
thousand dollars for
IMPROVEMENT OF NAVIGATION
of the Oostanauia, Coosa, Coosawattee and
fie will also endeavor to secure the appoint'
A GOVERNMENT COMMISSION
to visit Rome with a view to establishing
United States arsenels at that point.
Gen. Young introduced a bill to-day pro
viding for the payment of accounts for ser
vices rendered the postofflcc department
PRIOR TO APRIE, 1861.
Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar, of Mississippi, has
prepared a bill for refunding the cotton tax.
Washington, December 8. 1874.
A large number of bills were introduced
and relerred, and then the house went into a
committee on the general calendar.
The bill which was introduced at the last
session, by Mr. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, pro
viding for the issue of 365 bonds, converta
ble and re-convertable into currency.
A long and important debate sprang up on
this bill, which was advocated by Messrs.
Kellogg and Butler, of Mass., and opposed
by Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, and Mr. Dawes, of
Mass. The bill finally went tfver without ac
tion, The house then adjourned.
A large number of publishing firms ask for
a change in the postal laws.
Mr. Wright's bill proposes to reduce the
salary of the president, after this term, to
Mr. Harvey’s bill provides that homestead
and pre-emption settlers, whose crops have
been seriously injured this year by grass
hoppers, may be absent from their lands until
June Ist, 1875, without forfeiture of existing
Mr. Spencer, of Alabama, introduced a
bill to provide for the transfer of certain
causes from the district to the circuit court,
in the State of Alabama.
Mr. Davis, of West Virginia, summitted
a resolution calling on the president for in
formation which will enable congress to
bring the freedman’s bureau functuations to
Commander Wrri. G. Cushing, who cut
out Albermarie, has gone to the insane ays*
Full cabinet to-day.
Dr. Hays will urge congress to fit out an
Arctic expidition to act in concert with that
of Great Britain.
Markets by Telegraph.
New York, December B.—Cotton quiet;
sales 1,703 bales at 14J@15£.
Net receipts 682 bales; gross 2,856.
Sales for future delivery closed steady;
sales 38,600 bales: December 14 5-16; Janu
ary 14£; February 14 31-32@15; March 15
11-32; April 15 21-82@15 11-16; May 15
15-I@ls 31-32; June 16j@16 9-32; July 16
Liverpool, December 8. —Cotton mid
dling uplands 7-J; do. Orleans 7J@BJ.
Sales of middling uplands on a basis
nothing below good ordinary, shipped in De
cember 7f; do. nothing below middlings,
shipped in November 7J; do. deliverable in
January and February 7 5-16.
New York, Decembers.—Money in good
demand at 3@4; sterling quiet at 4 85$; gold
dull at 111®H|; government securities dull
and lower; State bonds quiet and dull.
Cincinnati, December B.—Flour quiet and
unchanged; corn firm and higher; ear 72
@75; shelled 73@74; pork dull at 20 00;
lard dull and lower at 13 for steam on spot;
kettle 14; bacon nominal and dull; shoulders
7; sides 9f; only a limited jobbing demand;
hams 11-2; whisky firm and very scarce at
St. Louis, December 8. —Flour firm and
active and unchangad; superfine $4 10@
4 25; corn easy, No. 2 mixed 68@695; pork
dull, nominal and lower at S2O 7o; bams in
pickle firm at 11; bacon, nothing doing; lard
ciull at 13; whisky quiet at 98.
Louisville, December 8. Flour un
changed; corn 74a76; pork unchanged; ba
con, none here; sugar cured hams 12@13;
lard, tierce 144a14f; keg 15$; whisky 96.
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— i—i —
COR THE YEAH 1875, THE PLANTATION ON
-F the Coosa River, eighteen miles below Rome,
owned by the estate of N. G, Foster and teiianted
by Henderson & Miller fr the last three years. For
further information address
MARGARET K. FOSTER, Executrix,
nov 28-d&w2w Madison, Georgia.
SELMA, ROME & DALTON RAIL
ROME, GEORGIA. I
November 4th, 1874. f
All persons holding "claim* against the Georgia
portion of the Selma, Rome & Dalton Railroad, are
required to present them, properly proven, within
the next thirty days from the date hereof to the
undersigned auditors at the office of John C. Printup,
Geo gia and Alabama Steamboat Company’s office,
Rome, Ga., for thepnrposc of auditing and adjusting
the same. All claims or demands not presented
within the time aforesaid will not be allowed.
Done by order of the Superior Court, of Floyd
County. J. W. H. UNDERWOOD,
jNav.piuT ! sKi Aß ‘ mß T
J. 6. DAILEY,
AND DEALER IN 9
HeUUc Caskets, Cases and
All orders by Telegraph or otherwise prompt
Warehouse.—Near Attaway’s corner, Badge St.
Residence. —Corner oi Court and King streets,
apl 16 d&w-tf
BATTLING FOR THE KIGIIT.
ROME, <iA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1574.
No. 10 Shorter Block, Borne, On,,
HAS THIS DAY MARKED DOWN TIIE PRICES OF ALL
IN 1119 STOCK. ALSO REDUCED THE PRICE OF
Now is the time to supply yourselves with Carpets whilst you 'in ? • itl tm at kef fif-uri taey haw
ever been offered at before in Kcms.
An Immense Stock of Other Goods
WHICH ARE OFFERED
CHEAP! CHEAP ! CHEAP !
R. V. ALLEN. JB. 1> JIcOSKER,
Late of E. .1, Allen & Bro. Late with .1. E. \ eal
Allen & McOsker,
Watchmakers and Jewellers,
45 Broad Street, Rome, Ga.
rnHK CRESCENT SPECTACLES now offered to the Public ape guaranteed superior to all others in tl;
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colors and refractory ray always found in Pebbles renders them especially desirable, L
great care they are ITee from all impurities. They are mounted ia Gold, Enver, Sh ’ll, Kubbor and Steel
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Connecting with New York by the Old Dominion Line: with Boston by the Merchants' &
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WHO LIKES A
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trip without being at sea loug.enottgh to have the feeling oi monotony consequent upon a more ixtmded
Paifsenpers to or from Lynchburg. Bristol, KnoxvilD, Chattanooga. Dalton, Rome, Montgomery, Selma,
Atlanta, Mobile, New Orleans and all intermediate towns, ask lor tickets via this Line.
Freights by this Air Line outerun through without change of cars between teelliia, Uome
and Norfolk. Freight Rates always us low as by competing Lines. Claims pro ptly adjusted
C. K. EVANS, General Eastern Agent, 303 Broadway, New York.
.r. M. ELLIOT. General Agent, Rome, Georgia.
Nov 24-til jan 1 4. C. PRINTUP, Soliciting Agent, Roms, Georgia.
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Glandular Enlargements and all diseases arising
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Drs. GREENE, LINDLEY & BENTLEY,
inch IS-d&wly Charlotte. N. C.
Smith & Branham, I Branham & Smith
ROME, GEORGIA. | ATLANTA, GA.
The Partners in the above Law firm will continue
business in Rome as heretofore until the Ist day of
August next, at which time the Junior will remove to
Atlanta and open an cilice under the above name and
BRANHAM & SMITH.
The partnership [after that datel will he confined
to suits in the State and Federal Courts, and all Buch
business as may arise in coined ion therewith.
All plain collections not requiring suit will remain
the separate business of th< respective members of
the firm. Mr. Branham will as heretofore attend
zealously in to’m time and in vacation to the prose
cution of the Court businessin Floyd and will make
a specialty of Federal and Supreme Circuit Court prac
tice in Atlanta Georgia.
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we trust that with increased facilities for prosecu
tion of our business we may receive the patronage
and confidence ol the public as long as we may de-
BerVeU ’ OHAB.H. SMITH,
mav 13 tf IOEL BRANHAM. JB.
J. €. CLEMENTS,
Attorney at Law,
LA FAYETTE, GA.
Will practice In the Courts cl the Rome and Cjhcr
kee Circuits, apl 89—tf
Dr. ,T. Walker’s California
Vinegar Bitters arc a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the native herbs found on tho lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which are extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked,
“ What is the causo of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters?” Our answer is, that they
remove tho cause of disease, and
the patient recovers liis health. They
are tho great blood purifier and a
life-giving principle, a perfect lleno
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Never before in the history of the world
has a medicine been compounded pos
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every disease man is heir to, They are
a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
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BOY 22 —d<fewlrtt
milffi UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN APPOINTED
Special Commissioner to take testimony within
the State of Georgia in claims pending before the
Southern Claims Commission at WasnmjUom D, C.
Dalton, Ga.. March 81,1874.- apr 2-tf
Rome Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
( YN AND AFTER SUNDAY', DECEMBER tl, 18*4,
Train! on tins road will run as loliuwe;
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Romo at 7.40 ant
Arrive at Rome 1.3 J p m
ACCOM MOD ATION-E YE K Y S A TURDA Y.
ucaves Romo at 5:15 p m
Arri'oat Rome at .10:16 pm
Each train will make close connections ai Kit gs
ton w;th Western end Atlantic Railroad trains bouuu
lor Chuttanoo -a and Atlanta
C. M. t ENMNGTON, Gn’l, Snp't.
J. E. STILLWELL, T eket Agent.
Georgia Railroad Schedule.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Augusta 0.20 o'clock, a. m.
Leaves Atlanta e.-fo “ a. m.
Arrives at Atlanta 0 40 “ p. .
Arrives at Augusta ...5.30 “ p. m .
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Augusta t:.15 11 p. m.
Leaves Atlanta tj.ls “ p. a.
Arrives at, Atlanta 6.46 “ a. m.
Arrives at Augusta ...6.32 " a. m.
Leaves Atlanta 5.45 " p. m.
Leaves Stone Monntaiu 6.15 11 a. m
Arrives at Atlanta B.ou “ a. ju
Arrives at Stone Mountain.. 1.00 •* p. m
Chang-e of Sciied.u.l3.
SUM, ROME & DALTON FiAILhOAD.
COMMENCING SUNDAY, AUG. 9,1674.
Passenger trains will run as follows:
JIAII, TRAIN DAILY NORTH.
Leave Rome , 7:lopm
.Arrive at Dalton 9:55 p m
Making close connections with East Tennessee, Vir
ginia and Georgia haiiroad aud \V oet* ru and Atlan
tic Kaiiroad lor ali Eastern and VI eetern cities and
ail Virginia bpring*.
MAIL TRAIN DAILY SOUTH.
Leave Dalton 5:35 pm
Arrive at Horae 8:50 p in
Arrive at Cal era 4:55 a in
Arrive at Selma 9:35 a in
Making dote connections at Odcra lur Montgom
ery and points foutii, ana ai Beima witn the Alabama
Central Railroad lor Mobile. New Orleans, Meridian,
Vickeourg, Jackt-oi a* and points Bouth in Texas, Lou
isiana ana Migs’esippi.
M. STANTON, Gen. Sr.pt.
RAY. KNIGHT, G. P. .. l >.gi.
VV. S. ORANE, Agent, Rome, Ga.
“THE KESXESAW KOCTE.”
Western <Si Atlantic Haiiroad and
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 2T.tii.lS73.
NORTHWARD —NUMBER 1.
Leaves ATLANTA ..10:00 r a
Arrives at Garter&ville 12:30 a m
Arrives at Kingston 1:05 a m
Arrives at Dalton 3:00 a m
Arrives at CHATTANOOGA 5:oo a m
Leaves ATLANTA 8:30 a m
Arrives at Oartersvillo 11:06 a m
Arrives at Kingston 11:45 a m
Arrives at Dalton a:ol r m
Arrives at CHATTANOOGA 4:28 r m
Loaves ATLANIA 6:00 v n
Arrives at Cartersville 8:15 r
Arrivts at Kingston 8:43 i w
Arrives at DALTON 10:30 r m
Leaves CHATTANOOGA 3:4. v .v
Arrives at Dalton 5:35 r m
Ariivesat Kingston 7:44 r m
Arrives at Cartersville 8:16 r m
Arrives at ATLAN TA 10:45 r M
Leaves CHATTANOOGA 5:45 a m
Arrives at Dalton 83 0 a y
Arrives at Ki’-estan 10:12 a m
Arrives at Cartersville 10:5* a m
Arrives at ATLANTA Ims r w
Ru, m.n Pa ace Carson Trains N\s. 11 and 2 !i>
Lynchburg and New Orleans. Pullman Palace C ars
on Trains 1 and 2 lor Atlanta and Vhatt.im oga. No
cnangelrem New Orleans io Lynchburg via Montgom
ery, Atlanta and Dai ton, one change from Atlanta io
Bt. Louis via Chattanooga.
52 miles shorter to NewVorJc and Ratteen Cities
than any o’her route from Atlanta.
2 4 Hours Quicker to tie Virginia Springs than ary
other line irom Atlanta, avoiding an CAponsive delay
and transfer in Richmond.
Passengers leaving Atlanta by Lightning Express
at6:oop m., arrive m New York a. 4:44 j>. m., ihe
Second Alternoon therea ter —13 Honrs 55 Minutes
Earlier than Passengers by any other mute. Pus
eengers having Atlanta at lUjki j. ia., by this route
arrive in New York at, the same time as passengers
who left at 6:06 o’clock p. in., by opposition lint s.
Parties desiring a whole car through to the Virginia
Springs or to Ly nchburg should address the under
Parties couteraplutirg Traveling should send for
Map, Sch 1 dule, **tc. Quick time anti close connec
tions is our motto. Asa lor tickets via “TkeKcn
ii. W. WKENN,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
\\ ICHMOHD AND ATLANTA
DAILY PASSENGER TRAIN.
GOING EAftT AND NORTH.
Leave Atlanta ikoo pm
Arrive at Charlotte 8:06 a m
Leave Charlotte 6:l* a in
Arrive at Atlanta 9.18 p ra
Leaves Atlanta 7:33 am
Arrive at Central 7:42 p in
Leaves Central 6:09 am
Arrives at Charlotte .6:06 p m
Leaves Charlotte 8:09 a m
Arrives at Central 9:29 pm
Leave Central 6:18 a in
Airives at Atlanta —.*5:40 p m
To Texas and Arkansas.
Tne coirp.etiou of the TEXAS AND PACIFIC
RALLROAI# enables the KennjiHaw Route, via West
ern & Atlantic Railroad, to < ft’er the only all rail
route from Georgia and the Carolines to ali points
Ou and after September Ist, through coaches leave
Atlanta daily for Memphis, Little hock andTexar
gana, Texas, without change, connecting ’here
with throug h cars lor Houston and all points in Texan.
Think of ONE change oi cars between Atlanta,
Georgia, and Houston, Texas.
Rates reduced by the opening of this route from
Full information can be obtained upon applica
tion to ALBERT B. WKENN, Southeastern Agent
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis K. R Atlanta. O.
E. SARGENT, Southeastern Ag’t. L. &G. 8. R. R.,
Atlanta, or to B. W WRRNN,
Gen Pase’r & Ticket Ag’t. Atlanta, Ga,