ATLANTA, GA., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1873.
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FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1873.
The Atlanta Hally and Weekly Herald
C ontain more Heading Matter than any
other Paper In Georgia.
The Circulation or the Dally Herald ie
iiovr Unsurpassed by that of any paper in
<hU Section of the State.
Oub Specials from Augusta.—We trust
that in our interesting specials from Augus
ts, on the Masonic question, ve have got the
officers correctly arranged. We have made a
wonderful effort to wade through the wilder
ness of illustrious titles, and, if by any mis
chance, we have tacked the honors of one
man on to the shoulders of another, it is an
error of the head and not of the heart.
The Teachers’ Convention has proved a
perfect and, we may say, a brilliant success.
To Colonel Mallon too much credit can hardly
bo given. With untiring energy he has labored
toward the compact and efficient organization
ot the Teachers’ Convention of the State. The
splendid Association just adjourning is part
of the fruits of his work. We are proud of
The Convention in Augusta
A Serious Agitation.
Wm. M. Wsdley, king of the Central, was register
ed at the Kimball Honae laat night.
Won. J. D. Evans, Attorney-General of Indiana, and
Air. W. W. Connor, of Indianapolis; James E.Stal
lings, of the Senoia Journal; E. H. Myers, I>. D-, of
Macon, and Dr. O. L. Smith, of Oxford, were at the
Many other prominent gentlemen were at both
these bouses, but we have not space to notice them.
Colonel John Waterman, of the La Grange Reporter,
is in the city. He was as happy as a fat man at a clam
bake, at the Teachers* supper laat night. The Colo
nel geta up one of the beat papers in Georgia.
Hon. J. C. Clements, of Walker, is in the city, on
business at the District Court.
Folicitor-General Sam Lumpkin, of the Northern
Circuit, is at the National.
The venerable F. R. Goulding, author of the
••Young Marooncrs,” that inimitable book for chil
dren, paid ns a pleasant visit yesterday, looking the
picture of healthy.
VESSEL LOST AT SEA.
The Frances Wright Goes Down—No Lives
New York, May 1,1873.
The following is the statement of Capt. Fairchild,
of the Frances:
Du the 30th of April, at 11:35 a. m., the shaft on the
engine broke in the stem stuffing-box, carrying away
the sleeve, dead wood, etc., in the aft part of the ship,
which filled rapidly with water. The engineer find
ing it impossible to stop the leak, shut off the sea in
jection , put on the bilge injection and donkey pumps;
also put mate and all hands ou forward pump. The
ship was now sinking fast.
12:15 a. M.—The ship was filling so fast that it put
the fires ont on the main boiler. Signalled a passing
steamer; understood her name to be Carebel; asked
the Captain to asaist in towing the vessel ashore on
beach; but found it impossiblo to do anything for us.
Mat 1st, 1:30 a. m.—Found it unsafe tc remain on
board any longer and abandoned the vessel. She went
down stern first in about twenty-five minutes after the
boats left. At daylight saw a schooner pull for her,
and found hsr to be John Kelso from Virginia, who
brought us to this port. The Frances Wright was
built in 18G5 at Fair Haven, and was five hundred and
Resignation of Minister Costa.
MADRTn. May 1, 1873,
A. Costs, Minister of War, baa resigned, and will bo
succeeded by Gen. Nouvallas, as soon as th6 latter
can be recalled from tho command of the army in the
north. Senor Pierrada will act as Minister of War, ad
The French Ambassador, Marquis of Bouille, has
sent to Senor Castelar a protest against the demoli
tion by a mob of the church in Cadiz, which contained
a French Chapel.
Anxiety in Paris—A Serious Conflict Threat
ened- Spanish News.
London, May 1, 1873.
Birodet'a election continues to cause anxiety in
The Government is preparing constitutional bills to
be submitted to the Assembly.
The tenor of all advices received from Paris indica
ted that a serious conflict is threatened.
Later advices from Spain show that the rumor of
the shooting of the Cure of Santa Cruz is false.
Several engagements arc reported between small
parties of Carliata and Republicans. Carlist chief
tains Dorregare and Sisserago with 3000 mea have
moved into the Valley**of the Bostan. Exhaustions of
the resources of country renders frequent movement
LAST OF THE ILL-FATED
The Wreck lilowa to Pieces—Large Quanti
ties of Goods Recovered—Forty-one
Bodies Recovered, Making
319 in all.
Halifax, May 1, 1873.
The steamer Lackawanna arrived to-day at Liverpcoj
from the scene of the wreck of the Atlantic.
The wreck has been almost blown to pieces with
gunpowder. large quantities of goods Lava been
Fourteen bodies were brought up Tuesday, and
twenty-seven yesterday, mostly women. They were
fiighifully mutilated, and were immediately buried.
The total number of bodies thus far recovered Is
three hundred and forty-nine.
Rio Jasieibo, May 1. 1873.
The Ministry is divided upon the proper course i
dispute between the Clergy and Free Masons.
Yellow fever has almost disappeared from Rio, and
from other sea coast towns.
Parsons, May 1.1873,
Enoch Hong, Superintendent of Indian Affaire,
passed through here to-day, with a delegation of Win
nebago Indians, from Wisconsin, who go to select a
home in the western part of the Indian Territory, for
their tribe, which numbers one thousand.
Indian Outrages Denied.
Topbxa, May 1, 1873.
Full advices from the southwest leave no room to
doubt that the recent stories of lodian outrages In
that locality are fabrications.
Lissoir, May 1, 1873.
The Portuguese Government have ordered all Car-
list refugees from Spsin to leave its territory, giving
then* the choice of going to any country t:
• The Explosion.
Vienna, May 1, 1873.
The Prince of Wales, accompanied by Prince Arthur,
vi»ited the Kxposiou Building yesterday.
Over seven thousand car loada of article# are yet to
l>e unloaded for the Exposition, only two hundred of
which can be unloaded per day, and it will be the end
of J uae before the exhibition will be in full show.
The opening ceremonies will be devoid of military
At a meeting of the American exhibitors yesterday
at Vienna great indignation was expreseed at the fact
tiiat the late Commissioners had left no list of the
exhibitors, nor the plan of arrangement of the places
for the American exhibitors. Everything American is
in eoofasion. The exhibition managers, howevsr, are
affording all facilities for classification of American
Special to the Herald.
Augusta, April 30, 1873.
The most excellent Grand Royal Arch
Chapter of Georgia, assembled in annual
convocation at the Masonic Hall, in this city,
to-day, at ten o’clock, a. m., Col. George W.
Adams presiding. The Grand Council of
Georgia also assembled [in annual convoca
tion at twelve o’clock, noon, Dr. R. M. Smith
presiding. A large delegation was present.
The question of adopting a new constitu
tion, and the removal of the Grand Chapter
from Augusta to Macon, is excitiDg some at
tention. Discussion postponed until to
A GOOD FIRE ENGINE.
Five companies out practicing. Jno. Foster
threw solid water two hundred and twenty-
Election of Officers—Macon Gets the Honors
Augusta, May 1, 1873.
The Grand Chapter was called from refresh
ment to labor at 10 o’clock this morning and
preceeded to the election of officers, with the
& George W. Adams, M. E. Grand High
Priest; Luther J. Glenn, R. E. Deputy Grand
High Priest; William J. Johnson, R. E. Grand
King; Robert M. Smith, R. E. Grand
Scribe; William J. Pollard, R. E. Grand
Treasurer; J. Emmett Blaekshear, R. E.
Grand Secretary; Rev. Francis E. Manson,
R. E. Grand Chaplain.
The following appointments were made by
the Grand Council:
E. C. R. Armstrong, Grand Captain of
the host; E. R. Turner, Grand Royal Arch
Captain; E. D. N. Austin, Grand Principal
Sojourner; E. Thomas J. Perry, Grand Mas
ter 3d Vail; E. A. J. Leet, Grand M%ter 2d
Vail; E. James H. Hunter, Grand Master 1st
Vail; Companion John E. Naver, Grand Sen
The New Constitution was indefinitely
postponed. The vote upon the removal of
the Grand Chapter was taken up, and was
decided in favor of Macon. Atlanta made a
good fight Adjourned to meet in Macon.
Grand Council met at 8 a. m., and elected
the following officers: Illustrious Companion
Robert M. Smith, of Athens, Grand
Thrice Illustrious Master; Illustrious
Companion Thos. J. Perry, of Rome,
Grand Illustrious Hiram of Tyre; B. F.
Moore of Atlanta, Grand Illustrious Hiram
Abiff; Illustrious Companion, Richard T.
Turner, Savannah, Grand Captain of the
Guard ; Illustrious Companion , Grand
Treasurer^; Illustrious Companion, Charles
R. Armstrong, Macon. Grand Recorder ; Il
lustrious Companion, John E. Navy, Augus
ta, Grand Sentinel. Tho Council also goes
to Macon. B. C. D.
Editor Dead—Examination of the Atlantic
New York, May 1, 1873.
Thomas R. Thompson, of the Evening Fost, former
ly editor of the Southern Literary and Messenger, is
Examination Into the Atlantic Bank affairs shows
that Traintoa loaned over $310,000 on securities which
have disappeared. Among the loans are $90,000 to L.
H. Niles, a broker, and $35,000 to an nnder clerk of
Niles’—nearly all loans made within three months.
There is great discrepancy in the accounts on the
books and the statements of depositors. One of the
directors overdrew his account $6,000 the day before
tho failure of the bank.
Oatis D. Swan k Co., have suspended.
The strike of the Crispins has been successful. The
men are working at the new rates.
The Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting
to-day and re-elected Wm. E. Dodge, President, and
Geo. Opdike, Wm. M. Vermilye, Sami. D. Babcock and
Tolon Humphreys, Vice Presidents, and A. A. Lowe,
Chairman of the Executive Committee.
The May interest on the bonds of the Mobile and
Montgomery Railroad Company have been defaulted.
The President of the Company in a circular, how-
rer, says they will be paid soon.
A Broadway bank to-day called in $1,200,000 on ac
count of payment of interest and maturing bonds of
Causes of the Tightness of the Money Market.
In addition to the usual manipulations, a combina
tion of circumstances have tended to mako money
tight to-day. The city of New York is paying out
$2,900,000 for interest and other matured calling in of
loans of large extent by banks holding city funds. Tbis
calling on movement affected Bankers and Brokers
of Wall street, who had been borrowing money from
the designated depositors of the city. The payment
of rents to-day also involves large sums, and this af
fects ths debtor's class. Many mortgages Lave to be
settled on May 1st; this is an additional cause of the
disturbance to-day. Also the lemi-monthly
settling day among tho country banks
aad these settlements result in heavy drafts on city
banks, temporarily curtailing their lending capacity.
The payment of gold coupons to-day caused consid
erable sales of gold to bankers and brokers, whioh
also absorbs money for the moment. Tho money
which Wall street has temporarily been deprived of
from the above cansea will in time find its way back.
Louisville, May 1, 1873.
A negro boy was committed to the Harrodsburg jail
for an attempt at rape. He was allowed by the jailor
to go for his cow and made a similar attempt upon a
little colored girl, upon which the people hanged him
Resolution ef the Chamber of Commerce in
Regard to Bonds.
Charleston, May 1, 1873.
The Chamber of Commerce has passed a resolntion
declaring tn duo the credit and good faith of the peo
ple, and to the holders of unquestionably valids, that
the tax-payers be represented by counsel in the bond
suits. A committee was appointed to procure counsel
and carry out tbs resolution.
Madrid, May 1, 1873.
Don Alfonso Is near Monressa, in the Province of
Barcelona, at the head of a bond of two hundred Car-
lists. His wife accompanies him. Tho Carlists
tinue to burn railway stations, using petroleum to fa
cilitate their operatio ns. Thoy have also torn up Ihc
zailroad track and destroyed the telegraph wires at
ral point# in the past few days. Their military
operations, however, have been much restricted by
the activity of the troops. The Government
is sanguine that the insurrection will be entirely sup
A telegram from Cervera, in tho province of I.ertda,
near tho line of Barcelona, announces that the troops
had come np with and defeated Don Alfonzo’s baud,
before reported In that vicinity.
Washington. May 1, 1873.
A telegraphic consultation between the President,
Secretary of War and General Sherman, resulted in
leaving the whole mattor to the discretion of General
Forty millions new bonds have been sent to the Syn.
dicate. Tho debt statement shows a decrease of two
million, two hundred and fifty thousand. Coin in the
Treasury nearly seventy-seven millions. Currency
In he Supreme Court, in the case of ihe Police Jury
vs. Britton, from Louisiana, the Court holds that cer
tain coupons issued by the Police Jury of Tensas
Parish, in 18G9, were unauthorized. Judgment re
In the case of Holden et al. vs. Sumner et al. tho
Court d * *68 that all statutes of proscription and lim
itation suspended, at least by the Federal Courts
during tho war, which, in Louisiana, was not deter
mined until the proclamation of tho President of April,
1866. Decree affirmed.
The reason for the postponement, by the Supreme
Court to-day, of the application of counsel for War-
morth, for the allowance of an appeal from the decis
ion of Judgo Durell. in the Louisiana case, was that
the court had nothing but the application before it,
and, therefore^could not act. The counsel was granted
leave to file the record and other papers in the case
preliminary to its consideration.
Several eminent lawyers practicing before the court
e of the opinion that the Supreme ;Court will not
immediately act upon the subject at the fall term, to
which it Las adjourned, but will delay iu order to
give Covgresa another opportunity to act upon the
subject of Louisiana complications as a political ques
tion, thus removing it from judicial review. A num
ber of important cases went over until next term.
Death ©f an Old Commodore—Double
Murder iu Kentucky—Important
Bt. Louis, May 1, 1873.
Commodore William Smith, commander of the
frigate ^Congress when sunk by the Rebel Ram
Merrimac, died, a«ed seventy.
Advices from Marshall county, Kentucky, give an
account of atenible tragedy in that county a few
It appears that a year ago James Dougherty married
the daugbtar of Howell Smith, and that they lived un
happily, and finally separated. On Sunday last Smith
told Dougherty that he could settle the difficulty be
tween him and his wife. Dougherty instantly shot the
nan dead, and then fled. Subsequently he was
captured, and was being taken back to Marshall coun
ty, when a son of the murdered Smith, being one of
the capturing party, fired on Dougherty, wounding
him in the hand and arm, after which he clubbed bis
gun and with tho butt end of it crushed Dougherty's
head into a jelly.
The Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional
i act of the Legislature establishing what is known
»west city limits, and which has since been added to
the city as the thirteenth ward act. It also provided
• Board of Tark Commissioners, with power to
purchase or condemn land for park purposes, issue
bonds, and levy and collect taxes, all of which has
been done, and will now have to be undoue, leading
to many complications and much vexation.
Vienna, May 1, 1873.
The World’s Exposition was inaugurated this aftcr-
aou by the Emperor of Austria, with imposing core
monies, in the presence of a vast assemblage of peo
ple from all parts of the earth. The proceedings be
gan with an address from the Archduke Charles to tho
Emperor, congratulating his Majesty on the auspicious
event, and asking him to pronounce the Exhibition
open. The Emperor replied briefly, expressing his
satisfaction at the completion of tho preparations for
the great work. He then formally declared Universal
Exhibition for 1873 opened.
Meeting of the Stockholders of tho Green
ville & Columbia Railroad.
COLUMlUA, May 2, 1S73.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Greenville k Columbia Railroad was held to-day. The
reports of the President and Superintendent was sat
isfactory to the stockholders. President Magrath was
unanimously re-elected and vacancies filled in the
Board of Directors.
A Woman Murdered by her Brother-in-law.
Cincinnati, May 1, 1873.
At Bremer, Ohio, last evening, Mrs. Kellinberger
was shot and ^instantly killed by her brother-in-law,
John Schwelger, while attempting to release some of
her cattle, which the latter had impounded. Mrs.
Kellinberger was a widow and the head of a large
family. Schwelger is iu j ail.
The Prophet Yahveh Sent to Jail.
Augusta, May 1, 1873.
Joseph T. Curry, who styles himself the prophet
Yahveh, divinely commissioned to teach new dispen
sation, and convicted of fornication at the last term of
Colombia Superior Court, has been sentenced by
Judge Gibson to imprisonment for six months in the
county jail and pay a fine of $500.
Curry had ample opportunity to escape, but prefers
to be mado a martyr of. lie is now in jail at
Columbia county, Georgia.
MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN
Failure to Form a New Cabinet.
Rohe, May 1, 1873.
The King has been in consultation to-day with the
leaders of the political parties with respect to the
formation of a new cabinet. No choice has yot been
made of a prime minister. The crisis was wholly
unexpected and causes a sensation.
Signor Lanza, President of the late ministry, to-day
asked the Chamber Deputies toadjeurn until Monday
by which time he hoped the new cabinet would be
announced. Both houses suspended their sitting as
Rome, May 1, 1873.
In consequence of an adverse vote In tho Chamber of
Deputies, ou an appropriation for an arsenal at Toronto,
Ministers fhave tendered to the King tlieir resig
nations, which have been accepted. No announce
ment has yet been made of none of the statesmen, to
whom a iormatiou of a new Ministry can bo entrusted.
Havana, May 1, 1873.
Iu consequence of the great decline in sugars at the
Board of Exchange, heavy sugar contractors lose
heavily. Buyers of exchange are carefnl. It is be
lieved that Havana houses, with but few exceptions,
will be able to stand the losses, though It is feared in
of a further decline that both foreign and do
mestic houses will be compelled to suspend.
as follows: May, 18%%1B%. June, 18^al9. July
18 5-19al9, 1 V. August, 18*£al9. September, 18>£
Flour quiet and unchanged. Whisky a shade firmer
at 92. Wheat dull, generally favor buyers; low grades
la2 cents lower; market for prime closed firm. Rice
steady. Pork firmer and active; new 19. Lard quiet
at a trifle firmer. Navals quiet. Tallow steady.
Money >*a3-16. Gold 16?^alCj;. Governments steady
State bonds quiet but steady.
Later.—81b 20%; 62s extra interest U%; 64s extra
interest 14*^; 65s extra interest 17^; new 11%; 67s
19%; 68s 18; new 5s 14; 10-40s 13>L Tennessee 6s
79J£, new 78*;.'Virginia 6s 43; now 49. Consols 53;
deferred 13. Louisiana 6s 40; new 40. Levee 6s ^40;
8s 50. Alabama 8s 80; 5s 69. Georgia Cs 73; 7s 90.
North Carolinas 27; new 14; special tax 13>L South
Carolinas 26; new 11%, April aad October 27.
New Orleans, May 1, 1873.
Cotton in fair demand and easier but not quotably
lower; middlings 181a? net receipts 371 bales; gross
784 ;J exports to Great Britain 3,730; to continent 4992;
coastwise 504; sales to-day 1,000; last ovening 12,000;
Corn easier; white 57a58. Oats quiet at 44. Bran
dull and lower at 80. Hay dull and lower, prime 23;
choice $25. Bacon firmer at 8|«#10>^al0 ; hams 14%
n.15%. Whisky lower; Louisiana 90; Cincinnati 93;
Sterling 27;Sight % premium. Gold $1 17**.
London, May 1, 1873.
Bullion increased 65,000 pounds. Turpentine
43*a43s 3d. Specie increased three million francs.
Liverpool, May 1, 1873.
Cotton active and firmer and advanced %; tales of
6,000 American bales.
Turpentine 4s; common ro<in 8s.
Cincinnati, May 1, 1873.
Flour firm at $7 50a7 75. Corn firm at 44. Provis
ions firmer and more active. Pork nominal at
$18 60. Lard firmer; sales of steam at 9; generally
held at 9 1 .'; kettle held at 9%; jobbing sales 9%.
Bacon firmer; shoulders 7J£a8; clear rib sides 9%&9%;
clear sides lOalO;;. Whisky steady at 86.
St. Louis, May 1,1873.
Flour firmer and unchanged. Coan firm with de
mand firm; No. 2 mixed 36%; on track 45a4G sacked.
Whisky firm at 87. Pork quiet with only a limited
jobbing demand. Bacon strong, some sales a fraction
higher; shoulders 8%, buyer in June aud seller in
Juno; clear sides sold at 10>L seller in May; 11 sel
ler in June. Lard nominal.
Wilminoton, May 1, 1873.
Spirits turpentine dull at 46. ltoein dull at $2 50
for strained. Crudo turpeutine steady at $5 00 for
hard; $3 25 for yellow dip; $3 50 lor virgin. Tar
quiet at $3.
CEORCIA STATE LOTTERY.
combination class 303.
Atlanta, May 1, 1873.
Tho following aro the numbers which were this day
drawn from the 78 numbers placed in the wheel, and
the said numbers were drawn in tho order in which
they are here placed:
HOWARD k CO., Managers.
T HE PEWS in the new addition of St. Phillips
Church will be offered for rent on Saturday next,
the 3rd instant, between 4 and 6 P. M., at the Church.
A FARM of forty acres, well fenced, one and throe
quarter miles from the car shed; has a small
orchard, a good well and a stream of water running
through the entiio farm. A good house, stables and
other outbuildings, with rattlo yards suitable for dairy
business. The farm is also well adapted to cotton or
market gardening. Will lease tho same or rent on
|shares. L. SCOFIELD,
my2 3t Office at Rolling Mill.
L NEW and comfortable TEN ROOM BRICK
HOUSE and slate roof, on Ivy between Houston
l Ellis streets, five minute’s walk from the car shed.
DissolHtioi of Coprilersilij.
T HE firm of McDaniel k Hooper, Fancy and Fami
ly Grocers, Oils, Lamps, Ac., is by mutual
agreement, tb'sday dissolved.
All claims will be settled by John J. McDaniel, aud
all debts due the firm are payable to him. He will
continue the business at the old rftand, 108 White
hall street, and solicits a continuance of the liberal
patronage bestowed the firm in the past.
Atlanta, May 1, 1873.
Clayton County Dep’t Sheriff Sale
W ILL be sold before the court houee door in the
town of Jonesboro, ou the first Tuesday ia
June next, at the usual hour of sale, the following
One house and lot known as the Baber House, on
lot in said town, on the west side of the Macon and
Western Railroad, bound on the south by G. F. Dobbes
and ou the north by T. W. Merittcth. fronting on the
Macon and Western Railroad. Levied on and re
turned to me by James Hudson, L. C., to satisfy two
fi. fas. issued in the Justice Court, in favor of M. H.
Lee, administrator of W. J. and A. A. Morris, surviv
ing partner of W. J. Morris k Bro., vs. James M. Ba
ber, this May 1st, 1873.
my2-w4w R. S. OZBURN, Dept. Sheriff.
Chicago, May 1, 1873.
At a fire at 63 West Washington street, Messrs.
’airbsnks.J Morse k Co,, scale dealers, lost $G0.-
000, and Peter Smith, notions, $40,000.
Ottawa, May 1, 1873.
Lieutenant-Governor Morris, of Wamtoba, has gene
to Fort Garry in consequence of the reported Indian
troubles in tho Northwest.
The Clergy Bill Passes.
Berlin. May 1, 1873.
Tho upper house of the Prussian Diet has finally
passed the bill for the regulation and control of tho
clergy by a large majority.
$2 00 Reward.
A REWARD of Two Hundred Dollars will be paid
for the arrest and delivery to me of
a United States prisoner, who escaped from Fulton
couuty jail, Atlanta, Georgia, on the 29th instant.
Said Barker Is about 5 feet 9 inches high, weighs 165
pounds, about 28 or 30 years of age, has ruddy com
plexion, hazel eyes, dark brown hair, moustache dyed
black, stands erect, speaks sharply, with flat voice; is
of ordinary Intelligence, and has a scar cut by a knife
over right eye, high on the forehead, covered by hat
W. H. SMYTHE, U. 8. Marshal.
U. S. Marshall’s office, Atlanta, Ga., April 30, 1873.
COP ARTN E R S H I P,
aud will continue the
Clothing II usiuoss
Thanking the public for their liberal patronage in
the past, I would respectfully solicit a continuance of
the same for the new firm. Rospoctfully,
myl-3t Gate City Clothing Store.
What ahall b« done with a man who mani
feats a disposition to speculate in that gtori-
ons bird of freedom, the American eagle V A
Newburyport man threatens to precipitate a
speedy answer to the hard question, as he has
captured four eagles, and promisee to set
them free at onee on Boston Common, if $100
is raised and paid to him.
Nxwr Yoee, May 1.1873.
Cotton-net receipts 752 bales; gross 752; sales
for exports to-day 25; last evening 25.
Cotton steady; sales 2,966bales; uplands 19^; Or
Cotton sales for future delivery to-dsy 21,600 bales,
JOHN J. BEAT.
SEAY &. WALKER,
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ri^HF. PETITION OF W. 8. WALKER, J. 8. BOYD.
1 Walter A. Baker, T. W. Hooper, John Patterson,
H. Stockton. Charles Dupree, W. D. Bell, A. M. Wil
son, anil H. L. Davis, citizens of the city of Atlanta,
said county, respectfully represent that they dosire to
form a FIKE COMPANY, in accordance with the laws
of said State. The object and purpose of said com
pany, and the name and terras thereof, are as lollows:
1. The corporate uame by which said company shall
be known is
THE EUREKA FIRE COMPANY, No. —.
2. The object for which said company is formed is
the protection of Life aud Property in the city of At
3. This company will have no capital stock other
than may bo necessary to purchase outfit, equipment
and engine house, and to meet current expenses inci
dent to such a corporation, for which it will depend
upon donation and assessments per capita upon its
4. The term of existence of said company shail- be
twenty years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of two-
thirds of the active members thereof.
Wherefore, your petitioners pray the order of your
Honorable Court incorporating said company agreea
ble to the statute iu such cases made and provided.
This 23d of April, 1873. T. W. HOOPER,
Attorney for Petitioners.
True extract from the minutes.
This April 24,1873. W. K. VENABLE,
ANTHONY MORPHY, Agent.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS & PRICE LIST.
Rome Hollow Ware uni Stove
All Kinds of
Brass and Iroo Castings
Also, Agent for R. Ball & Co.’s,
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY,
And everything in this lino.
Consult me Before Buying Klscwhere.
MADE TO ORDER.
ATLANTA, GA., Apeil 28, 1873,
milE FIRM OF J. G. ROGERS k CO., MILLE118
I is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Their successors in business, Messrs. WALDIE,
EWING k CO., aro authorized to represent them In
collecting their assets aud settling their liabilities.
J. G. ROGERS,
T. L. MORR1H.
J. U. GIRARD.
J. M. Waldie, Goo. R. Kwing, J. G. Rogers, Mel), narris
WALDIE, EWINC & CO.
Successors to J. G. Rogers & Co., Millers, and dealers
in Flour aud Stack Feed.
Depot, No. 13 Bank Block,
in yl-dio AlaLsma at., Atlanta. Ga.
H aving commenced business again near
MY OLD STAND, at No. 168 on Marietta street,
opposite the Tremont House, I respectfully ceil the at
tention of the publlo to my assorted stock of Family
and Fancy Groceries, and Family Drugs; all of which
I offer at the lowest cash prices, my terms being
strictly cash. Respectfully,
feb24*d3m R. P. TATUM.
GEORBE’S RESTAURANT AND BAR.
T HE undersigned takes pleasure in informing tho
traveling public and the citizens of Cartersville
and vicinity that he has a first-class Bar and Restau
rant, where the finest Liquors and all the delicacies
of the season will be served up in first-class style. He
also keeps a full stock of Fancy Family Groceries at
the lowest market prices.
april 16-dlm A. T. GEORGE.
T. R. RIPLEY,
DR. W. C. DRAKE.
Residence at Mrs. ReddiDg’s, Foraytli street,
first door from First Baptist Church.
ATLANTA Paper MILLS,
Book anil New.,
JAMES OJimqsd, Proprietor.
FETEllSON & SNYDEE,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
S PECIAL attention given to conducting sales of
Real Estate iu the city of Atlanta and vicinity by
J. 8. PETERSON, Auctioneer.
Office adjoining hardware store of T. M. Clarktj
Co., on Line street, near Peachtree. aprjdfirti
HOUSE AND LOT ON WALKER ST.
Foi* Sale !
REASONABLE PRICE AND ON EASY TERMS,
ill please call on A. C« WYLY.
No. 39 Whitehall Streot...
^y^GENT for the sale of the celebrated
KRUG k CO.’S CHAMPAGNE,
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT.
THE WHITFIELD FLOURING MILLS!
L OCATED at Dalton, Georgia. This fine property
now iu complete working order, well located,
aud with a fine reputation, doing a good business, will
be sold on very reasonable terms.
For i>articulars apply to
W. C. TILTON k CO.
april-tf Daltrn. Ga-
P ARK W. ARNOLD, Administrator of the estate of
F. M. Arnold, late of Clayton county, Looruia.
deceased, applies to mo for leave to sell a * portion of
the real estate belonging to said deceased—
This is, therefore, to cite and admonish all persons
interested to file their objections, if any exist, withiu
the time prescribed by law, or else said leave will be
granted. Done at April Term, 1873. of CUyton Court
Witness my official signature, the 7th day of April,
|l873. JOSEPH A. McCONNELL. Ordinary.
asr 31* $ 3R,
We have this day formed a co-partnership for the pur. ose of carrying on th«
STOVE and Tift Business
W E lml sr ® prep* 1 **' to do .117 job werk with »e»tne.« »nd dlewdrh. Stoves of n.j
nbddng «3r.^SSSS. •3US55SJSKT ,he moet imp ' OV£ " p * tttr “- F “° Uou “ Fu "
„ STEWAKT & WOOD,
aprtJt 73 Whitehall et, (old stand of Huertte & Hope)
GOULD, . *"
Wholesale Dealers in FLOUR, GRAIN, MEATS and General Produce.
We are now prepared to supply merchants with CORN in any quantity at LOWEST MARKET RATES.
ATLANTA, GtAl. ap27-d3m
STATE LAW CARDS.
*** Parties having business in any of the towns
named belo*., tritf find the Lawyers whose Cards are
inserted below reUaoi* and promjit. Cards inserted for
$30 a year.
J. C. Clements
Will practice in Rome and Cherokee Circuits. Prompt
attention given to collections. Claims for wild lauds
attended to promptly.
^ T II E N S .
Lawyer, Athens, Georgia, as Solicitor General, will at
tend the Courts of Clarke, Jackson, Walton, Gwinnett,
llall, Banks, I-'rankiiu, Habersham, White, ltabun,
and give attention to collections and other claims.
Tinsley W. Rucker,
Attorney-at-Law—Prompt attention given to all bus-
J* A 11 * « » V I L L K .
John F. Rsddins,
Attorney-at-Law, will give careful attention to all
business put in his hands.
J. ?•. i-iunt,
Will practice in Flint Circuit and Supreme Court.
SI O l .\ .
Will practice in all the Courts.
A II T
E It S Y I h L E
Wofford & Milner,
Attorneys-at-law; office up stairs, Bank Block. Prac
tices in all the courts.
it S Y T II
Cabaniss & Turner,
Attorneys at-Law, will practice iu the counties «• f Flint
Circuit, and Supremo Court, aud elsewhere by . pccial
A. D. Hammond,
Lawyer, will pract*ce iu Flint Circuit, the United
States District Courts, and Supremo Court.
It T V A 1.1, K V .
W. C. Collier,
Attorney and Counselor at Law, Fort Valley, Ga
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Atlaxio, March 21,1873.
That JAMES A. R. HANKS, of th« county of Whtt-
fleld county, be, aud he ia hereby appointed (under
authority of a resolntion of he General Assembly, ap
proved February 22d, 1873.) Auditor, to examine the
Change Bill* issued by the Western It Atlantic Rail
road, aud report the facts connected therewith as re-
qnired by said resolution.
By thk Governor:
JAMES M. SMITH.
J. W. Wauut,
Secretary Executive Dept
By authority of the foregoing order of His Excellen
cy the Governor, 1 will enter upon the duty assigned
me on the 1st day of May next, at Room No. 26, in the
Capitol at Atlanta. Persons holding the bills men
tioned must present them to me for examination by
the 1st of June next. In the meantime those holding
bills should advise me by letter at Dalton. Georgia, of
the number o( each denomination of bills held by
J. A. R. HANKS.
March 28,1873. Auditor
mur3Vd2tawtill j une 1
CLAYTON SHERIFF SALE.
W ILL be sold before the Court House door in the
town of Jonesboro, Clsyton County, Ga., on
the first Tuesday in May next, between the usual hoars
of sale, tho following property, to-wit:
One forty-saw Gin, nearly new, and one bale of Lint
Cotcon, levied on as the property of Mack Train and
Isaac Calhoun, under and by virtue of a 11. fa. on dis
tress warrant in faror of Shenads k Gay vs. said Mack
Trains and Isaac Calhoun, for rent.
This March tho 81st, 1873.
N. G. HUDSON,
*Pril 1- Sheriff.
IT A L B ^
SULPHUR AND CHALYBEATE
NEAR ROCERSVILLE, TENNESSEE.
It I F F I
R H- Johnston, Jr.,
Will give especial attention tc all Business en
trusted to his care. Practices iu the Fiiut Circuit.
Doyal & Nunnally,
Will give prompt attention to any business entrusted
to their care.
A G R A N
W. W. Turner,
Attorncy-at-Law. Special attention given to collec- I
A. G. Sc F. C. Foster,
Attorneys-at law, will practice in Ocmulgeo Cjrcuit.
Supremo Co t. and United States Circuit Courts. The
Senior is Register iu Bankruptcy for 5th and 6th Dis
L I*. R C» K V I l.
i E .
Benj. W. Barrow,
Lawyer; will give prompt attention to any legal busi
ness entrusted to his care.
li OMK _
Lawyer. Practices in all the Courts.
C. A. Thornwell,
Lawyer, practices in all the Courts. Special attention
^7 I K N N A.
John H. Woodward,
Attorney-at-law aud Real Estate Agent. Prompt and
energetic in pushing business placed in his bauds.
ant Summer Resort will be open for visitors May
Board per Pay M
Board per Week *»0u
Board per Month . . . .*.**** I!!!.!..!. 30 00
it" Special terms for families.
To those having Scrofula, Dyspepsia. Kidney and
Mercurial Diseases, General Debility, etc., we say
Come and be cured !
„„ B. F. i t D. POWELL.
8th Wonder of the Age.
CARROLL’S COLD WATER SOAP.
? EI£ S APPOnJTEB AGENTS FOR
T T the sale of Carroll’, Cold Water Soap, one bar
: of which will do the washing for a family of eight or
ten person, is two or three hours, in cold or boa. hard
or soft, freth or -.It water, without any battling or
boiling, or eery little rubbing. Doe* hot injure the
fabric in the least; la no humbug, and ilputely a
Southern invention, manufactured m the South TTn.
soap is emphatically Woman* Friend. In washing
scouring, etc. We guarantee tha soap to give satiafav-
tion in every respect. Sold to tho trade tn round lots
at reduced rates.
We also keep every variety of Groceries, but uo
a . WYNN k CO..
»pr27 d snn tues thur Mitchell et. Atlanta
A GOOD HOME.
the housa-work. for a small family m a nl
Rome, Ga. Tho woman mast be without cb
reu. Liberal wages, kind treatment and a good h
for any one willing to do the work- A wfciU woi
preperred. For further information, apply to H<
Winter, at Herald Office. ap29-l
Amoricnu sfaxYcinrci No . 35 Whitehall Street,
SCHOOL SERIES ! j conducted by miss m. a McDowell
Has just received a fine assortment of
JOHN P. MORTON & CO.,
»158 West Mux Street,
LOUISVI LE, KY.
ISRAEL PUTNAM, Agent,
OFFICE ROOM—No. 9, Up Stairs, Jones' Bcildixg,
Cob. Whitehall and Alabama Streets.
An* Teachers, and all delegates to the GEORGIA :
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION, respectfully invited to j
call. ap29-3t j
JJME LIME IIME lTmE LIME.
I am Agent for as GOOD LIME as comes to this !
market, ami can sell as low as any other dealer.
SPECIAL FIGURES GIVEN TO RESPONSIBLE CON
Also, Dealer In the Boat Quality Soft and Hard Coal.
- Office on Marietta atreot, near comer Forayth.
Yard) corner Marietta aud Forsyth, aud at W. A A. K.
1L, a. \ Fors) 111 streets.
J. S. WILSON.
mat ilH-tml.] P.O.Box* 4A
OF LATEST STYLES,
and will continue to receive weekly all the rarii
and m^veltiee in her line of business. Ladies an
BP Mtf5f y iDVite ' 1 *2 01111 briore purchasing claewh
FREEDMAN’S SAVINGS & TRUST C
[Chartered by Government of United states.)
Office Broad Street, comer Walton,
R ECEIVES Deposit a of Five Cents upwards
poeita payable o n demand with interest. 1
t«fci •impounded twice per anuum. Send for eir*
•—•*•** PHILIP D. OORY Caahi#
PROCTER 3l GAMBLE’S
“Light of Day" Brand
Am of superior qiulity. .nil th« nUmlaril
hr.ua sola by
Notice of Dissolution.
rpUE CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL, IN CHEROKEE
county, under the management or Col. V. M. White
and Prof. B. F. Pan ye, numbers
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO STUDENTS.
J. WAlUiKS ALLS
PARKINS A ALLEN.
^Mhiteqts and JSugerjiiicmlcnis,
Will furnish Plane and Specifications for
CHURCHES, BANKS, STORE BUILDINGS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
OFFICE, Corner of Pryor and Decatnr Street*, op-
poNite the Kimball Houee.
ATLANTA. Ga., Apexl 30, MTS.
T HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
in* between W. M. Middfobrooks A Baraea le *»■
aay dieeolved by mutual coaeent. Either partner will
s«tUr buy claim against or r*c«iva anything d*. tk.
above narnoa lirui.
Will continuo the bnsinasa at the aame place.
rTVIE Gnat Grv.-u Forage Plant; aba. 500 busfeale
A German Mill- a, now la .tore. Formers do not
fail te plant thi. flus crop.
Bend for Intonating circular and price U.t
MdBK W. JOHNSOK.
april St-dlw-WJt. Seed.man, ktUnta. Georgia.