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pBo8?W can make it distinctly appear!
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A * "1 vliO vlit alUvptUlll/t UI tile j
ii him tn nJmU it * 16
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bh parties will be bound. One member
cthf commit tee thiTeveuin lid in an
i erview. th&t lie was certain tliat the l
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im who will stand in the way of a legal
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fA. ,_ PEACEABLE SETTLEMENT
ijms in Congress can afford to raise a single
s *th. Let MortOh oppose it if he will.
curedsuch an indorsement from the joint
.MUST BI RATIFIED.
It was expected that the report of this
committee would please neither party, as
it has in it aw element of fairness to both.
clearly iutlh£ BMhe aetton of tbS to*SL
in Florida, ffhe rule of the Supreme Court
cmiltr stot ***£ f l u ayS ’the
rulings State Supreme So
THE RETURNS FROM FLORIDA,
* >ul<i tpe ruling of the Supreme Court
■n me action of the Board of Arbitra-
THE JOINT COMMITTEE
iQt indicate the political make-up of
louse and Senate portion of the tribu-
Llt is generally understood that the
nion will be three to two or deter
ed by future caucusses of the majori
l of the two bodies.
The action of Morton throughout the
jitings of the committee has been
OPPOSED TO ANT COMPROMISE,
dhe has been most virulently active in
vancing the extreme Republican theory
at the President of the Senate alone has
e right to open and count the electoral
tea. His bitter refusal to coincide with
3 compromise plan, and his persistency
opposing the great majority, places him
a peculiar position. He sees in the com
omise a death-blow to the conspiracy.
oUld the compromise be ratified by Co
ws, it will do much to eliminate the diia
tic jjiement from the coming six weeks
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ATDAKTA, GA., SATURDAY EVENING, iLOTARY 20, #B7*.
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Macon 1 ihrrv
TM 9 mm candidate for public firaoir,
published at Social Circle comes to the
We learn that a few United States troops
reached the city yesterday. We presume
that they are to be here at the election of
Swainsboro Herald: Hon. J. W. Renfroe,
State Treasurer, has made one of the best
officers Georgia overbad.
No trifle of news to chatter about this
Senatorial election Tuesday next.
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If you take any pleasure in the chas.te de
lyits of hothouse gardeping, or the scien
tffle grafting of bhoifcenuits, go and visit
the neat establishment of M. Cole & Cos.
4 4lnthiy Ray A a about fIQ
afternoon with a discoloration of one of his
visual organs, caused by the unkindly con
tact of the fist of Walter Jones, another
Col. Adair, President of the Coni|*,
gives notice to delinquent stockholder that
hands of an attorney for collection.
Never give up the ship. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup may cure you, as it has done others.
It coste little, and can qever harm. Price
The Cherokee Georgian says: Atlanta
newspaper reporters have the art of twist
ing themselves into an interrogation point
when about to attack a victim. The inter
viewing business has been so much over
done of late that there is great danger of its
losing its effect.
WONDffiftS CEASE ! We be
lieve that Consumption can be stopped.
This new principle, Dr. J. H. McLean’s
Cough and Lung Healing Globules, cure
Coughs, Colds or any Throat or Lung dis
ease. Trial boxes 26 cts., sent by mail. Dr.
J. H. McLean’s office, 314 Chestnut, St.
Louis, Mo. ?
The Domestic Sewing-Machine office has
moved from Janies’ Bank Block to No. 31
Peachtree street, next door to Cox & Hill.
Craig & Cos., general dealers In Domestic
Machines and Domestic Paper Fashions
will be pleased to serve their many friends
and the public generally at their new stand.
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* Viffds of the city I • *nt^awvi
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—Many ladies of fash ion in Pans
—lt looks like raining to-day* $k if it
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r ~Wh ng f 6C^ mmgW , ,
the m idfwwn the rmv '
dj __ ** kj, j.. tt-pA#nr
L —'ft' anybody knows when it will cer
i tainly clear up, let them speak ot imme
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one of mud!**
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—Again would our citizens like u) have
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to lose so clever a citizen,
I —-xsjcigeneiQ \o. v. ) acsvctvisct? on J/ ncxav
last, Governor Colquitt, of Georgia, was lh
and gplendor.” -i. ?- ,
—Macon Telegraph: The inauguration're
ception was a most brilliant
minded us of the superb old ante-helium days
of luxurious hospitality. . , t
hole in the iron lamp-post, are aware of the
fact that it was done by a shell during the
war, ' ' •
We understand that the ab&ve superb or
ganization, raider the superior and efficient
directorship of Prof. ■A. Schultae, will
shortly render the popular opera “ FU Tro
vatore," with a fine cast, fqll chorus and
orchestra. '* -i .- - - ;
We much doubt if Prof. Schultae has a
superior in the South in bis specialties, and
our music-loving citizens well know the
musical talent and culture of the various
members of the Beethoven. We are fully
prepared to pronounce in advance the ren
dition a grand success.
Hon. B. H. Hill reached the city last
night. -f ' i1 t )°
Col. B. Hulbert has been elected General
Superintendent of an Indiana railroad.
jMr. Jack Johnson and bride have re
traced to the city.
Judge H. H. D. Twiggs is in the city.
The committee on the Inaugural bkll,
after settling up the debts of the satoe,
turned over to Mrs. W. H. Tuller for the
use of the Benevolent Home, $l2O.
United States Senator. !
Hon. Jas. B. Bailey, of Tennessee, has
been elected United States Senator, Hie
Banner says: He stands high as a lawyerjis
a hian of the solidand substantial kitd, aid
will bring no discredit to the State. :
Under the electoral compromise repotted
by the joint committee of Congress, we see
no Teason to doubt but that under it Tildfcn
will be declared elected and be duly inau
Every citizen should subscribe for the
pictorial history of Atlanta, containing il
lustrations of churches, public edifices,
handsome residences, etc. A guidebook,
elegantly bound, for (he stranger, and in.
formation for all. An ornament for every
parlor table in the city.
Those wishing to insert cuts of residence
or stores should address or see the author
at the Franklin Printing House.
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Geortri® has 1209daw vers ’ ' I
Dr. D. Dirirof Social Circle, is dead.
Gainesville is to have a shoe f&ctorv.
'' Town iots ih'Qnitmi&‘ h: ' 1
w 11 :Vtn>m'P®i uJiA ; ‘v('i
orses an mu eaare c eap n. n n.
Savannah has only thirty T thxee doctors;
A band of Gipsies are camming near: uov
irtgton. -j* iu,wii-, w - ! -jij,ar ..
Oglethrope W°: Clover patches are look
A good deal of pneumonia around Stone
Rev. Dr. Jessie Boring has located at
Gainesville. i .r F .pim v,
Wheat in Hall county promises to yield
Wheat is unusually promising in Ogle
Conyers Courier : The State Lottery is to
be swept away.
The aggregate valuation of Chatham coun
ty is $50,101,447.
Newton county is well supplied with
George S. Peavy has been elected Int*n
dant of Greenville.
Brooks county has paid off the last dollar
of its indebtedness. \ ■■<■■■>
Social Circle boastsjof some bf the pret
tiest girls in Georgia. *
Swainsboro charges two thousand dollars
for retail liquor license. ~
1 The only shoemaker in Dublin, Laurens
county, has moved away. . ,
DeKalb County NeUis; Snow drifts on the
mountain three feet deep. < ti< i
Mr. Robert Gray, of Carroll, raises a
trtfcip weighing 4i pounds.
Farm rs in Green county have generally
engaged labor for the year. .. . ; J :
R. J. Boyd is sole editor and proprietor of
the Louisville News and Fanner.
The Ordinary of Stttater county fesued
Lithonia is said to be the bbst 4® and
chicken market on the Georgia faiti^ra.
Sonae of the fermeraaround Conyers are
preparing their landsifqr the orop of 1877.
The residence of M.C. Wades worth,/of
Griffin, was destroyed by fire on the 18th.
Three leading citizens of Lexington have
subscribed S6OO toward building the rail-
Captain Coley, of Pulaski county, killed
a hog a few dfayi ago which Weighed 466
Many new buildings will be erected near
the Court House Square in Gainesville this
summer. l ,V
A farmer of Emanuel county made, with
one plow, last year, 320 bushels of corn and
■ four bales of cotton. ;
Henry Jone-, 17, y.ars old, and Miss
Alice Hawk, 13 years.old, both of Griffin,
were married on the 18th.
Mr. Gower, of Gaihesville, is erecting a
large,Rotel at his celebrated Mineral Spring,
near the N- rthern limit of the city. ::
Gritfin Press and Cultivator: One gentle
man in this city has three of his’boys work
ing on farms for wages amounting to S4OO.
Rev. J. C. Burnam, near Carrollton,
made the past year MOSI a one horse farm,
seventeen bales of cotton, averaging 460
pounds of lint, on 32 acres of upland. Al
so a good crop of corn and wheat, Fertil
izers' used were made at home.
Members of the Legislature, visitors to
the city and the public generally, are re
spectfully invited to pause at Pause’s, where
the finest liquors, wines, etc., in the city are
dispensed to an admiring public.
jan 14-lfn 14 Marietta st.
“What 1 Know ADont Farming.’’
Carroll county Times: “Senator Norwood
is here in Atlanta, and during the session
of the Legislature oan be seen at some of
the priucipal hotels, in earnest conversa
tion with some member on the subject of
.ft Mai. ti<>n
Why do not the city pfficers, as well as
our business men, make greater efforts to
keep the mud rom the pavements and
crossings? Wading ancle deep through mud
maybe fun for boys, but ladies don’t
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Some physicians now claim that dipthe
ria is due in a great degree to the gas which
is thrown off from coal stoves or grates in
illy ventilated rooms. We always did be
lieve In a wood .fire.
! January 20,1877.
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The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by toe.explain.
The roll was called and the Journal read
Leave of absence was granted ta M Mat
tox, and also to Mr. Wellborn, Assistant
Mr. McDaniel was excused from serving
on the committee on tbedJeaf and Dumb
Asylum, and Mr. Wilsm"* was appointed in
his stead. d-t,.„.'1
Leave of absence was granted to the Com
mittee bn the Deaf and Dumb Asylum for
the purpose of visiting that institution.
Bills were read a‘sond time and re
fer red.- • > •tiiKTMu,;,-:
The Sehate went into executive session
to consider the appointments made -by the
The rules were suspended to take up the
House resolution in reference to conference
with the Governor on the subject of re
trenchment. The resolution was agreed to.
BILLS ON FIRST READING.
By Mr. Black, to amend section 698 of
the Code, - J
By Mr. Graham, to establish a County
Court in the county of Terrgll.
By Mr. Daniel, to prescribe the mode of
making tax returns by corporations to the
By Mr. O’Daniels, to relieve the securities
on the bond of Henry Martin, tax collector
of Twiggs county.
This body ntet this morning at 10 o’clock,
Speaker Bacoii in the chair.
An eloquent prayer was offered by the
Rev. Dr. Evans of this city in the absence
of the regular Chapl&iq,
Roll call was dispensed with.
The Committee on. the Journal reported
that they had approved the Journal of yes
terday • Received. ; ■ V
The Journal was then taken up and,
toad and approved, -
motion of Mr. Mathews, of Pike, pre
vailed, that when a section of the Code
in the bill.
Leave of absence waagranted to several
members. ,m jt-iis-t.* uj
On motion of Mr. Reid, of Morgan, the
Constitutional Committees of the House j
and Senate will act as a Joint Committee.
Speaker Baoon presented the answer of
Treasurer Renfroe to resolution of inquiry
by the House, to wit: That he bad received
nothing throUgh hia office except his salary
Committees made their reports with
The Judiciary by 111 ‘efiafrman, made
requesfMt the bill tailing a Constitution
al Convention be mad,; the regular order
for Monday morning at II o’clock, and
that It continue the regular order from dSy
to day, until disposed of.
Mr. Fry, of Fulton, amended by provide
ing that it be the, regular Order when it
does not interfere With regular order or Ax
ed previously. C 'jrjsd v i;
The Hall of tendered
te Hon. B. H. Hill this evening, by motion
of Mr. Cox, of Troup.
A seat on the floor was also tehdered to
| JMr Green, of Baldwin, reported lOjclerks
who had bien examined by special Com
mittee were competent.
. of Hancock, a resolution alio#*
ing clerk of the House to appoint 6 addi
tional clerks. Tabled
A paper answering resolution of House,
to perquesitesjof office of Secre
tary of State was presented by the Speaker.
Secretary of State stated that his salary
for tbejpastjyearjwas $2,000 and perquisites
Mr. Cox intrd3ucpd jt resolution that the
Clerk of the -Hootfe, by tnetton, from time
to time be allosre&to appoint twenty addi
tional clerks during the remainder of the
session. Tabled, '
Mr. Garlton, of Clarke, introduced a bill
on' appropriations. Referred to Finance
Committee. ■ '.<■ : ; vq.j, ; ,
Also, a bill to regulate the amount of
taxes to be levied for thll year. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Mr. Evans, of Jefferson, reported that the
committee on acoustic arrangements of the
House would have the acoustic wirtss up
shortly at an expense of S2O. ; -
A memorial was presented by the mem
ber from petitioning that all offi
ces in the State be consolidated, consistent
with the welfare of the State. Referred to
committee on reduction of offices and
salaries. ;:j ,
Chairman of the Corporation Committee
reported several bills with recommenda
tions. , ; 'jsite *f? ' :
Rah! for Andrew.
Mr. A. B. Dorsey, of Gainesville, names
his 101 pound boy "Wade Hampton.