The Daily Herald
FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1873.
THE EXCURSION TO ATLANTA A SUCCESS—THE
GAINESVILLE AND JEFFERSON RAIL
ROAD—THE GIRLS OP THE
Correspondence of the Herald.
Gainesville, Ga., April 28, 1873.
The excursion of I. O. O. F’s, which visit
ed Atlanta Saturday, arrived home about dusk
the same evening, highly delighted with their
sister city, her improvements, etc. The trip
proved a financial success to the Lac ge, under
whose auspices it was gotten up. netting them
about $300 above expenses. • '
Twelve days ago the directors of the
Gainesville and Jefferson rahroad met in this
place, Colonel 13. Y. Sage, Colonel Alexander,
T. S. Garner and a few ethers present. They
decided to build the road. $125,000 worth of
stock was subscibed. It is estimated that
$350,000 will build it Colonel Sage was
elected President and Chief Engineer, and
i'Nky a party of surveyors with Mr. Ira Sage
as chief, pitched their tents aq<l the work be
gins. The branch road will open up a new
portion of '*orth Georgia as a feeder to the
Air-Line road running into Atlanta. Hew is
this for quick work in railroads ? We pic
nic at McCamoy’s Spring on the first. The
Herald is daily growing in favor here. "We
like your independent style.
Several of our handsome young ladies
(and wo think they will compare favorably
with your Atlanta belles) want to know why
you don't send that reporter of yours np
here—the one that wrote such nice things
nbont the girls at the Kennesaw House, in
Marietta, some timo ago; cannot you gratify
the pretty creatures, and oblige
Better than Florida.
WHAT A PHYSIC IAN THINKS OF THOMASV1LLE.
The following letter we publish os a matter
of interest to all concerned. Personally
speaking, we can say that Thomasville is one
of the most charming places in the South, as
far as society, Ac., goes :
Thomasville, April 21, 1873:
Hon. H. V. M. Miller, M. D.,
Dear Sir:—Wo believe here, and not with
out good reason, that Thomasville is one of
the best localities in all the South as a winter
resort for persons suffering from Bronchial
and Pulmonary diseases. By reference to the
map you will find that we are not over forty
miles north of Jacksonville, Fla., the point to
which so many now resort. In a direct line
we Are not exceeding fifty aiiles to the nearest
point on the gulf; whilst we are not less than
two hundred miles from the Atlantic. Thus
situated, we are exempt from the injurious
influence of easterly winds, whilst we are
blessed during the Winter by thoso from the
west, br'nging with them a healing influence
imparted by the gulf stream. Our locality is
high and dry, and the water excellent. I
have been engaged in active practice here
since 1804, aud I have never seen but one
case of consumption originating here and that
was hereditary.” The number of persons vis
iting Florida last winter is estimated at forty
thousand, a large majority of whom were in
valids in search of health, (in climate).
Strange to say, instead of seeking an interior
residence remote, and hence exempt from the
well-kaown deleterious influence of the
Lleak and irritating Atlantic winds, they
pass the Winter at the various localities
ou the banks of the St. Johns, none
of which are*over forty miles distant from the
ocean, where they are continually subjected
not only to the baneful influence of the winds,
but to the debilitating influence of the most
humid climate in North America. It strikes
me that a plain statement of facts in the case,
would turn the tide of travel after climate
from Florida to the interior of Georgia.
Is it not our duty, as physicians, to take
the proper steps in a matter of so much im
portance to the unfortunate sufferers from
lung disease ? In such a step wo would do
much for tho amelioration of suffering hu
manity, as well as the material interests of
I have written this hasty letter to ask if.you
would aid us in tho move. Thomasville, of
Southwestern Georgia, would be grateful for
your aid. I send you by the mail with this
ii he Thomasville Times. Please read corres
pondence, with our “Lodge,” and endorse
ment by a Northwestern !man new here. Mr.
Curts is an ex-mcmber of Congress and you
may know him. Would it be “out of order”
for one of our delegates to the “National Med
ical Association” to bring the matter to the
notice of ti.o body ? I certainly would if 1
were one. Very Kesp y,
Your Ob’t Serv’t,
T. S. Hopkins, M. D.
Hanging in Old Times.
CONTRAST BETWEEN THE PAST AND THE PRESENT.
It is really surprising to those of tho pres
ent century to learn for what comparatively
light and trivial offenses capital punishment
in the olden times was inflicted. A corres
pondent gives the following incidents : While
John Hancock was Governor ol the Com
monwealth, Rachael Whall was hung in
Boston for highway robbery. Her offense
consisted in twitching from the hands of an
other female a bonnet worth, perhaps, seven-
five cents, and running off with it I mention
this not to disparagement of the Govomor. He
doubtless, acted upon a sense of
duty, thinking it best for the com
munity that the laws of tho land,
however frightfully severe, while they were
laws, should be executed. A lad eighteen
years of age was hung in Salem, for arson,
during the administration of Gov. Strong,
similar appeals in his favor being considered
and overruled. Yet the intelligence and hu
manity alike of the executive of the council
notwithstanding the result arrived at in both
instances were unquestionable. Within the
same period a gentleman saw a girl seventeen
years of age hang in London for stealing a sil
ver cream pitcher. Edward Vail Brown was
hung in Boston for burglary, committed in
the house of Captain Oaias Goodwin, in Char
ter street, and stealing therefrom sundry arti
I once owned a set of Old Daily Trials (1785
to 1825) embraced in a series of perhaps fifty-
eight quarto volumes. Tho earliest of the
volumes contain the details of the trial of the
unfortunate Hr. Dodd, for forgery, whose
touching appeals for mercy here recorded
were fruitlessly enforced by the eloqnence of
Johnson. In a later volume, long after the
commencement of the present century, eight
separate capital convictions are recorded as
one day’s job of a single tribunal, the culprits
being all boys and girls between the ages of
ten and fifteen, add their offenses petty thefts.
One case I remember of peculiar jadicial
aliocity. A young girl only iu her
eighteenth year was indicted for stealing a
roll of ribbon worth three shillings. The
prosecutor's evidence was to this effect: “The
prisoner came into my shop and purchased
some ribbons. I personally knew her, and
was on the most friendly terms with her.
When she left, I accompanied her and offered
inv arm, which she accepted. We conversed
together. As we reached the corner of a street
leading to tho Bow street ollice, I turned to
ward it. She said she was going in another
direction, and bade me good morning. No,
you are comiDg with me. I saw yon steal a
piece of ribbon. She immediately implored
me for God's sake to overlook it, aud restored
to^ue the articles. I said to her that I had
lost nwt.rf things in that way, and was re
solved to make an example—I was determined
to have her life. And he got it.
I can never forget how my blood l>oiled as
I read the evidence of that cold blooded
wretch. In view of the jadgment of a merci
ful Ged, far rather, it seemed to me, would
have been in the place of that poor, frail, er
ring girl, on the scaffold, than in the place of
her heartless accuser. I rose from tho peru
sal of these volumes horror-struck with the
continuous record of inconceivable cruelties.
It appears to me that the seventy thousand
hangings in the reign of Henry VIII were
matched by an equally long list of peisons
condemned to be hung in the reign of George
1IL Since that time much has been dene by
Komily, Brougham, Macintosh and Sidney
Smith, and as much, perhaps more, by kin
dred philanthropists on this side of tho At
lantic.—Acid Hampshire Patriot.
Chicago hotel waitresses make hits by
striking just before dinner.
A MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENON IN SAN FRANCISCO—
MARKS OP THE WOUNDS OF OUR SAV
IOUR ON A YOUNG WOMAN—WON
DERFUL RESTORATION TO
San Francisco is considerably exercised
•oncerning a strange aud, so far, unaccounta
ble phenomenon which has occurred to a
young woman in that city. It is stated that
she has been visited by the stigma, or marks,
of the crucifixion, or, in other words, the
wounds on the body of Christ after death,
The phenomenon, which, it is alleged, has
occurred several times since Good Friday last,
is vouched for by a priest of eminent standing
and by ladies and gentlemen of the highest
character. It is the first case of the kind re
ported in America, though many similar ones
are represented to have occurred in other
countries. There has been an evident desire
on the part of the woman’s friends to avoid
giving the matter publicity, but the particu
lars have become generally known. It is pro
posed, before going any further, that a care-
fal and searching examination be made by
scientific men and all doubts set at rest as to
this wonderful infliction. Meantime it is not
denied that there may be fraud in the matter
or that the person who is the subject of these
sanguinous marks may have been, by religi
ous fervor, induced to produce them with her
own bauds or by collusion with others.
Miss Collins, the young woman in question,
is the daughter of a man who, being a stew
ard, intermarried with the stewardess of a
vessel plying between England and Australia.
Collins is not a Catholic. About three years
ago the daughter, who is a native of England,
arrived in San Francisco, and, owing to
afelicities in the family, sho placed herself
under the protection of the Sisters of Notre
Dame, by whom she was educated. Miss
Collins has always been in delicate health,
and has frequently been at the point of death.
She lias had periodical attacks of tho heart
disease and pulmonary congestion, from
which she has suffered intensely. After leav
ing the convent she, with another young lady,
commenced the practice of charitable acts—
visiting the sick, clothing the destitute and
instructing young children. They received
the co-operation of many benevolent persons,
and the Archbishop of San Francisco not
alone approved of their pious labors but
paid the rent of tho house in which they
MISS COLLINS DYING.
It is stated that one day last January Miss
Collins was seized with a most violent attack
of convulsions, and on being taken to her
home was again seized by congestion of the
brain. The attending physician, herself, and
all her friends were convinced that thero was
no hopo of her recovery. She took leave of
those who stood by her bedside and made
final preparations for death. At twelve o’clock
that night the persons present believed her
dying, if not dead. The attendants recited
the prayers for the departing soul, according
to the custom of the church. Presently Miss
Collins closed her eyes and drew a long breath.
They then concluded all was over: but, to
their utter amazement, she revived and made
signs that she wished to write. They gave
her pencil and paper, on which she requested
certain devotions to commence. The at
tendants stated that they complied, and per
ceived that Miss Collins joined mentally in
the prayers. As soon as sho ended she reach
ed out her hands for the crucifix, which she
kissed with an expression of great reverence.
After partakiDg ofsomo water the patient rose
and declared, with a beaming countenance,
and in a strong, clear voice, that she was
cured. She then lay down quietly and slept
several hours, without sign or motion. When
awakened she ate heartily and seemed
QUITE RESTORED TO HEALTH.
Since that time Miss Collins has never lor
a moment suffered from any of those diseas
es to which she had before been a victim,
and which more than ence had brought her
to death's door. On being questioned about
her recovery she stated that immediately
previous to* her restoration to health the
Blessed Virgin spoke to her in a voice cleai
and musical, but as if it were coming from
afar, directing her what to do iu order to re
cover, approving her manner of life and giv
ing her some counsel for her own guidance.
Tho change in her physical condition is re
garded by all conversant with the facts as
seemingly miraculous, and, contrasting the
subsequent excellent health of Miss Collins
with her former miserable state, there would
appear to be no doubt that she was saved by
the mercifol interposition of the Almighty,
provided tho witnesses have not been grossly
deceived. After some weeks she experienced,
without any assignable natural cause, an iu-
tense pain in her temples, which caused her
incalculable anguish. These sufferings sud
denly passed away, but in the course of a few
days returned with equal violence. So far,
there had been no perceptible marks on any
portion of her body, but during her suffer
ings she felt an acute pain in her head, her
side, in both hands and in both feet. On tho
Friday before Good Friday she experienced
these pains in the same parts, aud on that
THE STIGMATA. OR MARKS OF OUP. SAVIOUR**
became clearly visible on the backs of her
hands, and blood oozed from her left side,
near the heart. Several persons witnessed
the stigmata on this occasion, but were loth
reveal the fact, preferring to await further
developments. Ou Holy Thursday the same
sufferings were experienced. On Good Fri
day the stigmata appeared on the surl'aco of
both hands and upon the upper surface of her
feet. Blood again oozed from her side. Da
ring the day her sufferings were indescribable,
and were witnessed by a large nnmber of peo
ple. Among the spectators were J. A. Dono-
aoe, of the firm of Eugene Kelly A Co., bank
ers; John Sullivan and wife; Sir D. J. Oliver,
brother-in-law of Rev. Dr. McGlynn, of this
city; George Hooper and wife; Robert Tobin,
coanselor-at-law; Emmet Doyle, brother-in-
law of Senator Casserly; Dr. Fawlicki, C. D.
|"Sullivan and wife, and many other promi
nent citizens of San Francisco. Besides these
ladies and gentlemen. Very Rev. Father Pren-
dergast, Vicar-General of the Diocese, corrob
orates the previous statements. The next day
Miss Collins attended divine service, and was,
up to last dates, in the enjoyment of excellent
SPOTS WOOD HOTEL,
THOMAS H. HARRIS, - - Proprietoi
Board So Day
Op. runmit Vtfiot, and Only One Minute'. Walk
(Formerly Tlbba Hooks, j
It. P. O'NEILL fc JNO. BARCLAY. Proprietor,.
MRS. JANET HAUDROP,
CORNER OF MAIN AND STRING STREETS.
ST ART A, GEORGIA.
$2.00 per day Lodging included.
60 per meal Without Lodgln
D. A. WILLIAMS,
DAY BOARD *2 00
WEEK lo 00
MONTH 20 00
^ II A M It O C K HOUSE.
WE3T TOINT, GEORGIA.
Tho travelling imblic are Informed that they can
obtain Pirst-clas* meals and good accommodations at
Trains stop hero for dinner. Hotel situated left
sido of car shed. PAT. GIBBONS,
NORTHEAST CORNER SQUARE,
LA FAYETTE, ALA.
MBS. M. MAB13LE, - - Proprietress.
Board by the Day, Week or Month, at the most
CONNECTED WITH THE HOU8E.
“A GOOD HOTEL.”
Tho uuaninimous exclamation of all who stop at
W. D. OLDS, - - Proprietor.
3XT 33 TJV TONT XI OUSe",
TITHE undersigned having taken charge of the above
_l. named popular Hotel, of which he has been
clerk the last six years, takes pleasure in announcing
to the traveling public and citizens of Athens aud sur
rounding country, that he is prepared to accommo
date all who may favor him with their patronage.
Persons wishing to spend the summer months In
this delightful cPy, will bo accommodated at very rea
sonable rates. a. D. GLINAKD.
april8-tao _ Proprietor.
By R. H. LAMPKIN.
Rates of Board.—Ter day, $2.00; per week, $C.OO.
J. E. OWENS, Proprietor,
Late of Piedmont and Orange Ilolel, Lynchburg, Va.
BAGCACS CARRIED TO AND FROM THE DEPOT
FBEE OF CIIABGE.
GEO. BYIXGTOX, Pi-opbietob.
essibility, elegant school and church facilities, and
unsurpassed society. From this point the Indian
Chalybeate, Warm and White Hulphur Sprinus are
within a few hours’ rido over the best roads in the
country. Byington’s Hotel will offer superior in
dureroents to summer visitors this season. ap!2 lot
THE JONES HOUSE,
NEAR THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
R. W. JONES, Proprietor.
j62T‘ Free conveyance from the Railroad. "Ch
H O WA RD HOUSE
Nearly Opposite Montgomery and EufaulaR. R. Depot
BOARD-rer Day $2 50
The Best House In town,
sprit ly J. W. HOWARD, Prop’r.
BANKS AND BANKERS.
ALLGOOD & HARGROVE
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Correspond with snd refer to
HOWES cfc JVE-A-O V .
No. 30 WALL 8TREET, NEW YORK,
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK,
No. 2 Wall Stbekt,
THE "LJ6HT RUKRHLG’
KEEP YWR VEGETABLES, SILK, U, COAL.
"1 HAV^Tsplendid stowk of self-ventilating REFRIGERATORS, that I am selling at very low prices. '
give perfect satisfaction. Ten pounds of ice will run you a day, and give you plenty for your table.
GOOCH’S PATENT ICE CREAM FREEZER
Needs no Praise—Its Merits are
FOE TOE BENEFIT OF THE
DRAWINGS DAILY, AT 1 P. II.
Capital Prize $7,000.00
30,31 ps, Amounting to $53,253.20.
Ticket- 00, Shares in Proportion
I N TIIK liJ E SCHEME, FORMED BY THE
ternary - i. nation of 78 numbers, making
76,076 tickets. iu drawing of 12 ballots, there will
be 220 prizes, each having three of the drawn num
bers on it; 4,356, each having two of them cn;
25,740, each having one only ot them on; and also
45,760 tickets, with neither of the drawn numbers on
them, being blanks.
To determine the fate of these prizes and blanks, 78
numbers, from 1 to 78 inclusive, will be severally
placed in a wheel on the day of the drawing, and 12 of
them drawn out at random: and that ticket having for
its combination the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd drawn numbers,
will be entitled to the capital prize of $7,000 00
That ticket having on it the 4th, 5th, and Cth
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it the 7th, 8th, and Oth
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it tho 10th, 11th, aud
12th drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it the 5th, Gib, and 7th
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having ou it the Cth, 7th, and 8th
drawn numbers, to 650 Off
That ticket having on it the 8th, Oth, and 10th
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it tho 0th, 10th, aud
11th drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it the 1st, 2nd, and 4th
drawn numbers, to 650 00
That ticket having on it the ist, 2nd, and 6th
drawn numbers, to 217 60
That ticket having on it the 1st, 2d, aud Cth
drawn numbers, to 217 CO
All other tickets (being 207, with three of the
drawn numbers on, each 20 00
Those 66 tickets having on them tho 1st and
2nd drawn numbers, each 10 00
Those 66 tickets having on them tho 3r d aud
4th drawn Lumbers, each 5 60
All other tickets (boing 4,224) with two of the
drawn numbers on, each 2 00
And all thoso tickets (being 25,740) with one
only of tho drawn numbers, each 1 00
On Mondays capital will be $7,000 00
On Tuesdays and Fridays capital will bo 4,500 00
On Wednesdays capital will be G.500 00
On Thursdays and Saturdays 5,000 00
For further particulars send for schemes.
No ticket which shall have drawn a prize of a supe
rior denomination can be entitled to an inferior prize.
Prizes payable forty (40) days after the drawiug, and
subject to the usual deduction of 15 per cent.
All prizes of $20.00 and under will ho paid immedi
ately after the drawing.
Prizes cashed at this office.
HOWARD & CO., Managers,
feb21mgp- ATLANTA. G4.
J> F. MADDOX,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND LIQUORS.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR SALE CHEAP
TO THE TRADE, EVERY VARI
ETY OF TOBACCOS, CIGARS AND LIQUORS.
STULTZ’S AAAA, GRAVELLY’S SUPERIOR, LONE
JACK, HIGHLANDER, MAYFLOW
ER FINE CUT, AND
BRANDS MADE SPECIALTIES.
*3- in. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. V0
Manufacturer of and wholesale dealer in
STOVES, GltATES, TIN WARE, AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
81 WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
S' Splendid Stock of Wood-Ware at wholesale always on hand.
ap!20^nnATu-3t T.- TV, LANGFORD.
GREENE & ROSSICNOL,
Buocoor, to W. H. TUTT,
Wholeaalo Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery,
AND DRUGGISTS’ SUNDRIES,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS, ETC.
NTo. 264, Broad. St., Augusta, Georgia.
AGENTS FOR H. TUTT’S STANDARD PREPARATIONS.
J. A. BTEWABT.
H. D. AUSTIN.
K. L. WOBUIC.
STEWART, AUSTIN & CO.,
i M1LLS ON * *• RAILROAD, (
aatARaAlCt, ( Cor. Marietta and Simpson Sts. ) WMwU*
SXanufacturoria of tiro
i)2 WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GA.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
And Wholesale Liqnor Dealer, aud Dealer in
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, PROVISIONS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, &C.
Gibson’s Fine Whiskies made a specialty iu the Liquor line.
Just receiving now a large lot of
Seed Irish Potatoes, l.andreth’s Carden Seeds, Onion Sets, Cardenin
CelfiMofl FFF, FF and FAMILY BRANDS if FLOOR.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL FOR CASH ONLY!
ENABLE U3 TO SELL AT PRICKS
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO DEALERS
TO 33 XT Y POH O A. S H !
Ami we are sure they will find it to their interest to examine Ora Price List before pur
jpsf' Wc make only three grades of Flour — FFF, FF anil FAMILY - P u * np
Sacks, Half Sacks, and Quarter Sacks: and
33VERT- QACIT IS WA Tin AWTED
equal, iu its grade, to the best on the market.
...M-iw STEWART, AUSTIN & CO.
O. C. CARROLL,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN LIQUORS.
Agent for the Nashville, St. Louis, Chieago and Atlanta
<Sc XjJLG-IEjIR beer.
Also, for the celebrated
“Russell ” and “Old Wickliffe” Whiskies.
Xo. 9 South Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga.
W. E. HOLMES,
W. F. BAKEIt.
HOLMES, CALDER & Co.,
Franklin & Eicliberg,
DEALERS IN ALL DESCRIPTION OF
Palmetto Me Leafl, Zinc aii Color Worlts
OILS, CLASS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. ETC
17 Marietta Street Atlanta, Georgia.
203 EAST BAY STREET, CAHRLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
A ENTS FOR LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTING, STEAM PACKING, RAILWA
STEAMBOAT AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES, AT MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES
POMPS, AND FIFES FOE STEAM WATEB AND GAS.
Plumbers’Tinners’ Steam-Fitters’ Materia
AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, Globes and Shades,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST REFRIGERATORS.
Stoves, Ranges, G i-.iics andjTIouse-Eurmslung Goods. Particular
attention paid to Plumbing. Gas-Pitting and Roofing.
1 14 and 1C Whitehall St., Atlanta.
BOOT, SHOE, AND HAT STORE:
A SCIENTIFIC EXAMINATION TO TAKE PLACE.
The young woman will be subjected to a
thorough examination, and if fraud is prac
ticed it can easily bo discovered. The marks
on her person and appearance of blood, with
attending circumstances, it would be difficult
to ascribe to natural causes. She is vouched
for as pure, and her reputation is beyond
question, and is held up as a model of Chris
tian eoudnet and exemplary life. The stigmata
is of comparatively late origin. St Francis,
of Assissium, who (died in 1220, bore them.
Since then, according to a work recently pub
lished by Dr. ImbertGouriedge, there has been
no less than 145. In Gorzes' famous book
Ion Mysticism numerous instances aro re
corded and which were tested. Tho way in
which Maria Von Kmerich and Veronica
Guignani were put to the test was so severe
and critical as actually to border uj ou cruelty.
In the present case tho Catholic clergy iu
California carefully abstain from commuting
themselves to any indorsement of these
alleged extraordinary appearances. They,
however, as stated, Lave invited several
scientific men to examine tho condition of
Miss Collins closely and exhaustively. Rep
resentatives of tho newspapers have called
upon and conversed with the lady; but she
lias made it a rule, by tho advice of her
spiritual directors, to avoid making any state
ments beyond admitting correctness of pub
lished reports, and that she feels herself
bound more than ever to continue in works of
chanty. Tho Monitor (Catholic newspaper)
confirms the particulars given in reference to]
Miss Collins.—Sew York Herald, 21 lh nil,
Interest allowed from date of Deposit.
DR. D. DuPRE,
T ENDERS his services to the citizens of Atlanta, lu
the various brauches of bis profession.
Residence, corner of Cain and Ivy streets.
Office over Collier & Venable’s Drug Store.
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In spito of the Taunted progress of the n;_
religious prejudice shows as much viltality as
a cat, and dies hard. Its latest outbreak was
in tbe city of Stuttgart, in a mob against the
Jewish quarter. A Jewish merchant had a
dispute with a disorderly customer, and a
policeman arrested the latter. A crowd
gathered and tried to demolish the Jew’s
house. DriTen off by the police, they went
throngh the Jewish quarter, breaking shutters
and windows and committing sundry outra
ges. This Christian-like and magnanimous
amusement was kept np for three evenings,
the police apparently being too weak or indif
ferent to stop the ontrmges. The religioas
faith of the mob is net stated, but it is prob
able that they had beard yery recently, for tho
first time, of the crucifixion, and wero trying
to make atonement for their long-continued
ignorance by goiDg for the unbelieving Jews.
The Rilver Stamp for stamping linen, and one then-
gaud other article*, with three Alphabet*, Ink, etc.
for $1 50.
The Novelty Olaa* Cutter—tbo greatest novelty of
the ago—for $1.
Tho Goodrich Ilcmmcr for all Bowing Machines—
hem* five sizes per set—only $1 50.
Liuington’s celebrated Spring Steel Needle*, for
ha-nd umj—twenty papers lor $1, or nine for 50 cents.
Also, any kind of Machine Needles, beet quality, at
75 cent* per dozen. All prepaid by mail, ou receipt
Agent* wauted everywhere. Addres*
ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK.,
of tho City of Atlanta.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES
Dxmcotobs—Alfred Austell, B. H. Richards, E. W.
Holland, John Neal, 8. M. Inman, W. J. Oarretv, W. B.
Special attention la mad# to collection*,for which we
remit promptly at lowest rate of exfchaugo.
Alfred Austell, President; W. H. Tuller, Cashier\
P. Komar#, Asst. OashUr. nor22.
EXPERIENCED SI E R C H A N T
TO CASH BUYERS.
WE NOW OFFER TO THE TRADB. FOR CASH, AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS, INCLUDING
BACON AND BULK MEATS,
CLEAR, CLEAR RIB SIDES AND SHOULDERS. Also,
50 Tierces Superior Sugar-cured Smoked Hams.
PLAIS AXD CANVASSED, LARD IN TIEEOE8. BAIiBHI.S. KEOS AND CANS.
Eight Car Loads Molasses, in Hoirsheads and Barrels; New Orleans Choice and Prime Syrup,
in barrels and kegs; Florida Syrup.
15,000 tnushels White and Yellow Corn. 3,000 Bushels Oats.
500 Bales Hay. 1,000 Barrels Flour.
A FULL LINE OF SUCARS, ALL GRADES. ALSO, COFFEE, FISH, TWO HUNDRED BOXES TOBACCO,
Various grado* and price*, just from tho manufacturers, aud many other good* usually kept In a WhoU-ral
eery aud Produce Houao. Wo offer real iudueomeutn to cash bnyere.
A. K. SEAGO & W. H. C. MIGKELBERRY.
OFFICE ANB SALE-ROOM—Corner Forsyth and Mitchell Street*.
TIME SALES,—ADVANCES TO PLANTERS.
Our crop lien*, with approved security, will be made as heretofore. Also credit sale* to merchants on
approved paper and collat*-ials.|
We have a limited supply of Chesapeake Guano and Baugh'* Raw Rone on sale.
A. K. SEAGO k W. H. C. MIGKELBERRY,
march 25-dAw3m. Corner of Forsyth aud Mitchell streets.
OUST OPENED AT
nonnee to the citizens of Atlantt, that wo hate opened, at the location abbve named, an exriu
We prop bo keeping FIRST-CLASS GOOD^
and. HAT STORE.
whiih we bliall sell a* LOW as any house in the city. Give u* a
BARRETT, COKER k CO.
GUANO. 1873. GUANO.
500 Tons Sea Fowl Guano, 500 Tons Russell & Co.’s,
300 Tons Morryman cfc* Co.’s
eew. 500 Tons Etiwart’s, 500 Tons Sternfel’s Original,
UNITED STATES BRANCH
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION !
The London Assurance Corp° rtt U° Q London was incorporated by Royal eharterl n the year 1720, with
a subscribed capital of $4,482,750(gold), of which $2,241,373 (gold) has been paid iu cash. The funds of the
Company on the 1st January, 1872, wero $13,234,420, in gold."
The Agency of this Corporation was assigned to us ou the 8th April lat-L We commend It to the solid busi
ness men and property holders of Atlanta. WALKER & BOYD, Agents,
• No. 2. Wall street, Kimball House.
GOO Tons COTTON STATES
200 Tons Mark W. Johnson’s, 200 Tons E. Frank Coe’s.
',00 TON'S WILSONS.
100 Tons Moat anti Ilono Guano, 200 Tons English Stonewall,
200 Tons Sartly’s Soluble Pacific, 200 Tons Vininonlated Flour or Knivbom% very flnr,
200 Tons IVnnian.G nano, I .a ml Plaster, ami Chemicals for Mani|mlatinir,
100 Tons Soluble Sea-Island.
COMPANIES IIEPRESENTED BY US :
TJINI>ON ASSURANCE CORPORATION,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND OLOBE,
THE HOME, OF OHIO.
20.000. 000 gold.
STEPHENS «£ FLYNN.
FORSYTH STREET, ATLANTA. GA..
A I.SO, 1,000 PLOWS, FUOU S3.50 UPWARD. l’arm.rs must have Goo.l Plow*.
LANDRETH’S CARDEN SEEDS.
Kidd Seeds, Flower Seeds, Agricultural Implements, Machinery. Live Stock, etc.
SPECIAL TO W1Y CUSTOMERS.-'•■toy of yon u«*ling Provision, have li.relofeM b.»o
compelled to purchase toit*!»t* supplies irorn other uouFt s, after bonding your crops to m# for Guano, 1 will iu
future furnish you with your Provisions alsc, knowing it will be more convenient and agreeable fur you W
make your accounts all at one place.
With many thanks for vour kind patronage, I solicit a continuance of tho same.
SEND FOR CATALOGUES. MARK W. JOHNSON.
i store, aud will sell at low figures to dealers—
STENCIL AND VARIETY tWORKS
Cor. Marietta and Broad Sts.
DUTTON & FAIRBANKS,
PRACTICAL STENCIL CUTTERS,
Designers and Engravers,
Address Lock Box 351,
with Ink and BriiRh, 75c; by mail 85c. Baggage, hotel
and key Checks, Notary Public and Society Heals, Al
phabet* and everything in the line made to order.
Exeelsior Printing Press, with font of tyyes, sent by
mail for $2.00.
Order* from a distance promptly attended;
JOHN H. JAMES.
BANKER AND BROKER,
A llow interest on deposits, when left
for two or in or* months. Collections promptly
attended to. Refers to and corresponds with the Na
tional Park Bank of New York. Doe#
Grand Summer Resort.
T HOSE Who desiro relief from the dust and toll of
City life, can av»il themselves of tho pleasures
of a fine drive out to the Oglethorpe Park, where
ample preparations havo been mado for the enjoy
ment of tho public.
A Hall 225 Feet in Lengtli, 70 Feet Wide
with splendid floor and all other arrangements for
comfort and pleasure, to be used for dancing aud
A BEAUTIFUL LAKE,
with boat* free for tbo amusemont of guest*. Tho
ground are free to picnic parties. Amplo arrange
ments for Balls, Assemblies, Soirees, etc. The attrac
tions to bo found here, in tbe way of soenory, beauti
ful drives on the race track, a row upon tho lake,
splendid water, refreshments of overy description, and
tho numerous other Inducements to enjoyment, ren
der this ono of the moat desirable resort# lu the
100,000 pounds Clear Rib Bulk Sides,
75.000 pounds Dry Salted Hhouldors,
50 Casks Magnolia Hams,
100 Tierces and 250 Kegs Choice Loaf Lard,
4,000 Barrels Flour, Choice Quality,
10,000 Bushels Corn, White and Yellow
2.000 Bushels Mixed Oat*.
1,000 Kits Mackorel, No. 1,
6.000 pounds Codfish,
50 Barrel* Large Hominy,
100 Barrels Cholce l’earl Grits,
50 Barrels Choice Peach Blow Potatoes.
FRESH WATER-GROUND CORN MEAL,
Clover and Timothy Hay, Lime, Cement, Whisky, and Florida
DEALERS ARE INVITED TO CALL OR SEND THEIR ORDERS.
ram Stephona ria !Plyiui.
EMPIRE STEL PLANING MIL
SASH. BLIND and DOOR MANUFACTORY.
J. C. PECK A CO
(ESTABLISHED IN 1854.)
LUMBER (FINE, WALNUT, OAK, ASH. Oil FOFLAin, ROUGH OK DKKSfcF.U
to order, at th« auortest noth'#.
8ASH, BLINDS. IXX)RS. MOULDINGS, BRACKETS. HUBS AND SPOKES ALWAYS ON HAND,
or made to order at the lowest rate*.
Wc are solo Agent* in Atlanta for Vane. Calvert A Oo.’b Enamel Paint, which la cheaper and more iurai*
i the l*««rt white lead. We have all color*, from w lute to black. Call and see sample*.
Gla*a. Oil, Putty, Ac., direct from the manufacturer*, at tho lowest price*. We are prepared to contract i%w
erection of all clataee of fiaiUUnga ou the moot favorable term*. Builder* or i*rti** who propoee build
will save time and money by giving ua a c*H-
aw Mill, at Reaara, on W. and A. 1L R. Respectfully,
ctIUMm* . C. PlfiCK * OO.
Candy aid Cracker
W. M. FEXTDLETOXT <& CO.,
true a* an Incorporated Bank.
i bnalnea* tb
O A 8MALL PRIVATE FAMILY—A FINK
•nil PoacUtre, •trml.
Fruits, Nuts and Preserves.
Toys, Willow Ware, dc.,
march 224 2 m
KK RECEIVING AND OPENING DAIRY A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Writing Paper, JJ
Wiapping Paper, Slate*.
Chalk Crayons, Jr
Letter Tiles, O
Invoice File*, z
Pencil*, luk, —
AND EVERYTHING USUALLY KEPT IN A
5 Flaying Cuda.
q Back Gammon Boards,
O Copying Presae*.
2 Copy lug luk.
C Bill Head*,
— Letter Head*
FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY HOUSE.
Aa we make a specialty of Stationery of course ws are fprepared to Mill as cheap as any house South, aud
guarantee to do so.
Orders for Job Printing of every description *dieited, guaranteeing work to be as pood and prioee aa low
as any hou*e South. W. M. PKNDLETuN A OO.
aprilO-dly «8 Whitehall Street. Atlanta, Ga.