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TltE DAILY COMMERCIAL. ROME, GEORGIA: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10,1874. Floyd Democratic Nominees. For County Oflloors. A. E. ROSS, Clerk Superior Court. J. H. COOPER, Sheriff. S. C. TROUT, Tax Collector. L. E. BEALL, Tax Receiver. E. J. MAGRUDER, Treasurer. J. W. HICKS, Surveyor. B. P, AYCOUK, Coroner. SIMPSON FOUCHE', Editor. JOHN lIIX BASS, Associate Editor. THE BOMB CITY BONDS. The refusal of the Supreme Court of the State to grant the injunction prayed for against the payment by the City Council of the interest on the bonds is sued to the Memphis Branch and North & South Railroads, Water Works, etc., does not, we are assured, dispose of the matter. The real merits of the case were not heard by that Court. The in junction only asked that the authorities be restrained from paying the interest until the case could be regularly heard in the Superior Court before a jury. So our citizens need not be unnaturally ex cited by the failure to receive the relief prayed for. Even should the holders of overdue coupons avail themselves of their legal remedy and commence suits at once, they cannot reach a judgment before the hearing of the “bond case” before a jury. Just at this juncture of our city affairs, when anew Council, elected by the peo ple, with a view to a full, complete and equitable adjustment of our debt, com mence their term of service, all should be united in a single effort to meet this grave responsibility, and we feel assured that these gentlemen, fully alive to the necessities that surrouod them, will not hesitate to take such steps, looking to a just compromise of the matter, as will meet the just expectations of the friends of the city and the bondholders. We had hoped to receive the decision of the Supreme Court in full, yesterday, but were disappointed, therefore we are unable to give such information as we intended, in reference to it. The above, however, in brief, is the status of the case, and while it seems that the people have been sadly disappointed in not receiving such relief as the equities of the case seemed to justify them in anticipating, yet we feel assured that the matter will be met and adjusted, at an early day, so as to give some relief, at least, to our tax burdened people. Since the above was in type Col. J. R. Branham has furnished us with the following abstract of this important de- cision ; In the Bond Case the Supreme Court held, Ist. That the city had authority to is sue the Fire Bonds under the 13th sec tion of the old city charter, ibis Sec tion gives the city power to make all contracts that it may deem necessary for the welfare of the city. 2nd, That the city had authority to issue the 65,000 Curreucy Bonds under this 13th Section. That the city currency, though issued contrary to the old Change Bill Statute, was neverthe less a valid debt against the city under that [statute. That they, like the fire and Water Works bonds, were issued for ordinary and local purposes, and that, under the power to make contracts, their redemption with the 65,000 of Bonds was legal. Further, that the ratification of them by the Legislature was legal. 3d, That the issue of Water Works Bonds was authorized by the Water Works Act of 1870, and also a part of the plain bonds. That though a part of the Water Works bonds were sold for less than 90 cents, (13,000 of them,) the balance were sold at 90 cents, and if they had been sold for less they were good in the hands of innocent holders. And so were all the bonds, not withstanding irregularities in the issue. 4th, That a majority voting at an election is a majority of the qualified voters. sth, The Memphis Branch Act, under which those bonds and the North & South Bonds were issued Wus held constitution l ' al—having nothing different from the caption of the Act and bat one subject mat ter, to-wit: Supscription to Railroads. There is now no injunction against the levy of a tax for the payment of interest on any of the bonds. Banks, Cox, Keer and Wood are prom inently spoken of for the Speakership ef the 44th Congress. THE I*RE!*IDENT’S MESSAGE. Through courtesy of the Atlanta Con stitution, we are enabled to give our readers the President’s message in full this morning. - Grant says nothing about the Civil Rights Bill in his message. Opinions are various as to whether it will be brought forward and urged on to its pas sage by the party before they loose the power to pass it. th Georgia M. E. Conference. Fnll Mat of AppolutiiicDla. AUGUSTA DISTRICT. It, W. Bingham, Presiding Elder. Augusta, St. Johns —C. A. Evans. “ St. James—H. J. Adams. “ Asbury—F. A. Kimball. Richmond —R. F. Farris. St. Luke’s Mission—C. W. Key. Belair Mission —Supplied by E. P. Bonner. Appling—F. P. Brown. Thomson —W. T. Hamilton. Warrenton —J. Lewis, G. W. Henn way. Sparta —G. H. Pattillo. Sparta Factory Mission— Supplied by J. Purvis. Hancock —J. L. Pierce, A. Newell, su pernumerary. Crawfordville- —T. J. Adams. Milledgeville—W. W. Wadsworth. Baldwiu—W. L. Yarborough. ATHENS DISTRICT. T. F. Pierce, Presiding Elder. Athens —W. A. Potter, P. A. Heard, supernumerary. Athens, Oconee street —A. W. Wil liams. Athens, Factory Mission—To be sup plied. Watkinsville — W. W. Oslin, W. A. Trammell. Madisou —A. T. Maun. Morgan —J. L Lupo, B. Hume. Greensboro Supplied by F. G. Hughes. White Plains —W. F. Smith. Lexington —W. R. Foote, Jr., E. G. Murrab, supernumerary. Winterville —C. A. Connoway. Washington—Jesso Boring. Broad River —W. F. Quilhan. Little River—W. W. Lumpkin. Eatonton—J. Lewis, Jr. Putnam—B. J. Johnson, W. L. Woo ten. E. W. Speer, Prof, in Franklin Uni versity. ELBERTON DISTRICT. ' A. G. Worley, Presiding Elder. Elberton—W. P. Rivers, J. H. Gro gan, supply. Elbert—D. Kelsey. North Lincoln—C. C. Cary. South Lincoln —E. A. Gray. Jefferson —W. A, Farris. Mulberry—D. L. Anderson. Barnesville —W. P. Smith. Franklin Spring Mission —W. A. Swift, supply. Danielsville —B. Sanders. Homer—J. W. G. Watkins. Belton Mission —L. D. Parrish, sup ply. Hartwell—W. T. Norman. Clarksville —W. F. Lewis. Clayton Circuit and Mission —G. E. Bonner. GArNESVILLE DISTRICT. John R. Parker, Presiding Elder. Dahlonega and Jones’ Chapel —M, L. Underwood. Porter Springs Mission—E. L. Stevens, supply. Dawsonville —C. L. Pattillo. Cumming —L. P. Neese. Alpharetta —J. L. Embry. Canton —W. G. Hanson. Cherokee—J. N. Myers. Cleveland —Eli Smith. Narcoochee—W. Branham, Jr. Blairsville —T. J. Edwards. Morganton P. W. R. Wood, supply. Gainesville —J. M. Dickey. Flowery Branch —W. L. Shackleford, R. P. Martyn, supernumerary. Hall —J. H. Mashburn, Sr. Lawrenceville and New Hope—R. R. Johnson. Logansville—J. H. Bently. Elijay—J. M. Hall, supply. Jasper—J. Jay Harris. APPOINTMENTS FOR 1875, ROME DISTRICT. W. P. Pledger, Presiding Elder. Rome—W. M. Crumley. Rome Circuit, DeSoto Mission —F. F. Reynolds. Forrestville —D. J. Weems. Cedartown —W. H. LaPrade. Cedar Valley Circuit —J. W. Tray wick. Cave Spring—B. E. L. Timmons. Floyd-J. W. Lee. Van Wert—S. P. Jones. Villa Rica—J. Chambers. Haralson Mission —D. Stripling, sup 1 ply. Carterßville—A. J. Jarrell, J. T. Nor ris, supernumerary. Marietta —W. F. Glenn. Acworth —T. S. L. Harwell, R. H. Jones. Roswell —W. Manning, supply; one to be supplied. Powder Springs—S. Leak. Dallas —J. W. Baker. Douglasville—lsaac G. Parks. DALTON DISTRICT. D. J. Myrick, Presiding Elder. Dalton—T. A. Seals. Dalton Circuit—G. W. Thomas. Ringgold—J. T. Richardson. Summerville —W. P. Lovejoy. Subligna—J. B. McFarland. LaFayetle—P. G. Reynolds. McLemore’s Cove —11. C Christian. Spriugplace—J. M. Sullivan, supply. Calhoun —A. C. Thomas. Kingston—J. J. Singleton; 11. A. Seals, supernumerary. Dalton Female College—W. A. Rog ers, president. Murray Mission—J. Oaks, supply. LA GRANGE DISTRICT. J, W. Heidt, Presiding Elder. LaGrange—H. A. Parks. West Poiut—P. M. Ryburn. Newnan—A. M. Thigpen. Troup—L. Rush. Long Cane—J. R, Maysou; J. P. How ell, supernumerary. Whitesville—J. T. Lowe. Greenville and Trinity—J. H. Baxter. Chalybeate Springs—J. Jones. Grantvillo—W. J. Cotter. Whitesburg—W. A. Simmons. Hogansville—F. M. T. Brannon. Senoia—R. F. Jones; E. K. Aiken, su pernumerary. Palmetto and Chapel—J. S. Bryan. Fairburn—J. M. Bowden. Carrolton —J. W. Stype. Bowden—A. C. Reese, supply. Franklin —W. li. Speer. Heard Mission —T. Turner, supply. Missionary to China—Y. J. Allen. District Superintendent American Bi ble Society—W. A. Parks. ATLANTA DISTRICT J. E. Evans, Presiding Elder. Atlanta. First Church—W. P. Harison; A. Means, supernumerary. Trinity —W. J. Scott; J. M. Parker, supernumerary. Payne’s Chapel—T. H. Timmons. Evans and Oakland —J. H. Htrris. City Mission —W. C. Dunlap. St. Paul’s—W. A. Dodge. Edgewood—H. J. Ellis Fulton —W. D. Heath. East Point —W. J. Wardlaw; A. G. Dempsey, supply. Decatur—G. J. Pearce. Flat Shoals—J. E. England. Norcross—W. T. Lane. Conyers—W. T. Caldwell. CoviDgton and Mount Pleasant —W. R. Branham. Newton —J. W. Yarborough. Oxford and Social Circle—F. B. Da vies. Newborn —M. T. Malsby, Monticello—A. Gray, Ocmulgee Circuit aud mission—J. H. Mashburn, Jr. Monroe —J. F. Mixon. Emory College—Morgan Callaway. Sunday Sc>^HLSecretary—A. G. Hay good. Agent Orphan’s Home—W. R. Foote. Conference Sunday School Secretary — W. A. Parks. GRIFFIN DISTRICT. G. W. Yarborough, Presiding Elder. Griffin—L. J. Davies. Zebulon—D. Nolan. Fayetteville —G. E. Gardner. Flint River Mission —W. H. Graham. Jonesboro—J. R. Pate. McDonough—A. W. Roland. Jackson and West Ocmulgee Mission —W. T. McMicael. Hampton—J. D. Gray. Pleasant Hill—J. G, Bolton Supply. Barnesville and Salem —G. G. Smith. Milner—J. R. Smith, Supply. Culloden—Thomas R. Kendall. County Line—S. A. Mitchell. Dr. H. N. Heidt, a prominent citizen of Selma, died last Sunday. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. RETURN OF DeCASTRO. CITY HALL. Three Nights and Saturday Matinee. • COMMENCING THURSDAY, DEC. 10. THE GREAT DeCASTRO TROUPE AND LADIES’ AND GENTS’ SILVER HELICON BAND, THE MOST ATTRACTIVE COM BINATION EXTANT. 150 Costly Gifts 150 DISTRIBUTED NIGHTLY. Admission 50 cents. Reserved Seats 75 cents. E*t“Ueserved seats sold at Smith’s Bock Store and Herrick’s. Grand Matinee Saturday at 2 o’clock. Every child attending will receive a handsome pres ent. Admission to Matinee 25 cents. dec 6-6 t Haralson County. Administrator’s Sale. GEORGIA, Haralson County: By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of said county will be sold before the Court House door in the town ofßuchanan, on the first Tuesday in January, 1875: j Part of lot ef land No. 67 in the Bth District of said county, on the east end of said lot containing 122>f acres, mote or less,Bold as the property of Wyatt J. Chandler, deceased, for the btneiitof the heirs of said deceased. Terms, fifiy-dollars cash; balance dne Ist of December 1875, This December 7th, 1874. B. M. BROWN, Administrator. Guardian’s Sale. GEORGIA, Haralson County: By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary of said county will be sold before the Court Honse door in the town el Buchanan, on the first Tuesday in January. 1875: Lots of land Nos. fis. 750, 751 in the First District and Fourth Section of originally Polk, now Haral son, county. Georgia; land well improved; 40 acres of good bottom land, Sold as the property of the minor children of Si>ra Murphy, deceaacd, for dis t-ibution. Terms, op twelve months time. This, December 7t, 1874. WIILIaM WILLIAMS, Guardian. Christmas and New Year’s Holiday Goods At H. A. SMITH S, Wholesale and Retail Bookseller and Music Dealer, ROME, GEORGIIA. ’ ©to I AM JUST RECEIVING A MAGNIFICENT AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 1 1IE FOLLOW INH l line* of Goods, that 1 propose to sell to the trade at such prices that will Defy Competition. Miscellaneonx Books, Standard and Fecucal Work?, Gift and Jnvfnile Books, Family arid 1 octet Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, Photograph Albums, Writing Desks, Monogram Paper arid Envelopes. Oil Paint ings , Chromos and Lithographs, Work Boxes, Oh na and Glass Vases, Toilet Sets, Card Cases. Motto China Cups and Saucers, CMnniiTd din Toys, Building and ABC Blocks. Wax, Chini and Rubber Dolls, Christmas Tree Ornaimntf, 1 ancy Ii k Star (It, Gilt Paper, Games and other Novelties. New NEusio for tlxo Fiauo, ft?-Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings, Wall Paper# Bordering and Paper Shade# See.. fcc. PIANOS and ORGANS at greatly rbducsd raicia Orders through the mail will meet prompt attention. JOS. E. VEAL7~ f27 Smith’s Block, IS JUST RECEIVING A. Hplen and icl Stock of Gold Watches, NEW GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE HOLIDAYS. I take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Rom -and vicinity, that I have just received the largest and most complete stock of Fancy Groceries, Confectioneries Fruits, &c. —FOR- Cliristinas and the Holidays EVER OFFERED IN ROME. All of which I selected in person with special care in the East ern markets, and purchased lor cash, and can offer in ducements to all who wiil favor me with a call. Please Read Over the following List of Articles, and “If Yon Don’t See Wliat You Want, Call Round and ask for it.” o FRUITS. New, Layer, Dehesia, Valencia and Seedless Raisins in whole, talf and quarter hexes; Cur rants, Citron, Prunes, Dates, Figs, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Pears, Apples, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, Dried Apples and Peaches. NEW NUTS. Almonds, Brazils, Cocoanuts, Filberts, Pecans, Walnuts, Chestnuts, Peanuts. CADDIES. Fancy French Candy, French Kisses, Plain Candy, Crystalized Fruits, Candy Fruits and 1 Toys. JELLIES, PICKLES, Ac. Jelly in Sugar Bow’s, Goblets. Wines, Ales and Tumblers; Preserved Ginger in small pots; Plain and mixed Pickles, Chow Chow, Onions, Olives, Worcester, Beefsteak, Harvey’s, Reading London Club, Heslops, Numsens. and Pipper Sauces, Tomato Catsup; French, Engli-hand American prepared and Dry Mustard, Brandy Cherries, Olive Oil, Celery Salt, Apple Butter, Peach Jam, Mince Meat. CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS, OR SEND IN YOUR ORDERS WHICH SHALL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Goods Bnougli for all. Rome Ga., Nov. 21, 1874.—dtjl-wlt. J. D. CARVER. H, D. Cothran, C. O. Stillwell, President. Cashier. Isaac C. Ooden, .Tr., I Vice Presidents, A. ThewH. Brower, ( New York. Bank of Rome, Rome, Ga . AUTHORIZED CAPITAL *500,000 SUBSCRIBED 100,000 Collections made on all accessible points and proceeds remitted promptly. Exchange on all principal cities bought and sold. Loans made on firstclass securities. CORRESPONDENT. Ogden, Brower & Cos., Bankers, New York, apr 7—d&wly CANNED GOODS. Peaches, Pine Apple, Cherries, Green-Gages, Blackberries, Macerated-Coccannt, Tomatoes, Greet! Corn and Peas. Lima and String Beans, Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon, American and French Sardines, Club Fish, Deviled Ham, Condensed Milk. GROCERIES, Ac., Ac. Sugar, all grades; Java, Laguyra and Rio Cof fee, Roasted Coffee, Fine Black and Green Teas, Baker’s Eroma, Maple, White Dr’ps, New Or leans, Demerara and Muscovado Syrups; Maca roni, Cheese, Pine Apple Cheese, Goshen Butter, Rice, Hominy,Grits, Buckwheat, Split Peas, Su gar Cured Haros.Shoulders,Breakfast Bacon,Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Bologna St usage, Cod-Fish, Mackerel, Herring, Bloaterß, Baking Powders, Yeast Cakes, Soda, Cream Tarter. Gelatine, Corn Starch, Sago, Tapicc?, Pepper, Spice Gin ger, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, Mace, Celery Seed, Extracts, Candles, Soap, Starch, Matches, Bluing, Blacking, Sapcllo, Stove Polish, Fire Crackers, Cigars. Tobacco, :Bnnff, and various other articles too numerous t mention. J. D. CARVER, Opposite Post Office. GEO. A. PRINCE & CO. Organs & Melodeons The Oldest, Largest and Most Perfect Manufactory in the United States. 54,000 Nowin use. No other Musical Instrument ever obtained the samO Popularity. £lt?-Send for Price Listß. A^ res s . BUFF ABO, NT. Y. Nov 14-des4t