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>ttfe hum (ka. SSs. tWJfew tout <riy |
. qjt hi* Ifcjwife at tdU i
j&ttsfc, toafc a£ Miss
it ifat ShwThrk. t&imw
fctnwbwt iptmous: W*U\rttt ebou*.
i Stae* XttUlirosi- ifc twmtty <MJ*c joiu
wu*btf ''S*** 'Vjrk.ou SoudSky, Fuat
$: !*•£*. & wnjqglwft afettous, fflf*l
ttoudwik iiw>- oft*. om£ was- g*ardtT cm th*
two ift* BMifekdr
ti* wwarttow dUfrt*gr Ui*? Star tn
a ifTTMIt iMMM iw*tlg- mwwbwßEl
mkite-uattlitegi* f*H>tr 9wt thafr hear**]
Wh’**-* W* ■*!•£ m witndMiMi
ttewt tawfttenwaiwg twate* amt Itogn w
Ult&HMfeftiife tapwaiii* HUnterllamw
£fe< jMHMiI WHie d*v*uum, J J aih.it
awn* *•> wnai&k ®te mffctmg
"-r f" '*; ;• ■ I, ~H
jMpwfc naan; iiiwar ll ist
vMrifc tfe*aoaaapwiw: aos tfesssihAoi'
-ImTlwTi 'iwr own '-ton*: w* 'wttwto
ABrdteoFr iii Sr ; w ~ i
:Mlr:: W 1% titer rst s*g ciltt cnltaO.
tni'lnwri'T 'ww hfcwgjtt it # tfanhwgbt of
_ Ufitfth*lK*ncwmm dying
*w*r ■' iSaiua and **
'in mu& ~wmt> *iinrifrt ‘b- ; r •“~'i Bo-
ifteitetekottl cajMowasd: Ste tfe* y*Hft MeM
• wwntl wriT -nprftr ir
t a;i W fc^t-M<iwwt : w*Ht ffcttfcicfsattfei no,
altowmg suck as
g4t swt doUara a day aud mileage. Thei
botcii) tht majority
Line, eail a State
Convention and adjourn. The sooner they
stop their labors (?) the more money they
w& save She State, and the better will the
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ffiaSuswhnmwS ta Berft.
The Cbvington Star says: A short ses
sion of the Legislature is what the people
want. Let the work of the session be done
(prickly and efficiently. If this be done,
wehavwwo dtotore to see the per diem Of
members reduced to a niggardly sum. To
have.good work done we must pay good
wages. We do not think it wise economy
to reduce the salaries of our public officers,
qrtfre per diem of our law makers. The
true way to economic in this matter is for
tire legislature to do its work quickly and
adjourn. Many offices should be abolished.
Kvery leah from, the public treasury should
be stopped. Tbs work of the session should
be done in at lease twenty days. Thus one
haif of the expenses of that department
of rile public service could be saved to the
people. But the salaries of the gover
nor and other public officers should not be
reduced. In fhet, we had rather see the
governor’s salary raised, to $5,000 than re
duced to $3,0*0.
Why have the dramatic troupes slighted
Thwabove we find in the ConstitfUum of
this morning. One reason is first-class
troupes hear rather a had account of the
success of others that have visited us. An
other reason, i e unsettled condition of the
Ptandeutiai question has ted them into
But another .oaeou is, many of the com
panies that visit ue are brought here by
Hr. DeGiw*. die proprietor of the Opera
SSbuso, amt We Bate are so high he finds
it necessary ha stop bi ingiug them here. It
hahuMinoe if". BeGive. He has in
vestad a good Je* f asoaey tn his thea
tre, pays a map and a*un by way of taxes, etc.
On* seat wistek our City Council and
---gnr—- Other is the Ma time
theatricai-cofepai-Jr*pay. the tax.. Itia our
rjliwei. Jit lfrr~~ he who has done hi 8
pare toward but , .!g up and seeping up
b*r of our oitiMß* going
about with tin -a nrotected by ftan
wd. rouiwAt f • *• throat is sore, take
o*tempoM*a*i <4. salt, one U.tspoqnful of
red pepper..cw'. tphlespoontiC . of vinegar
itt * teacup U ooiiing water; cover it to
£m* ami then gargle. After which sing
out some of your heaviest “cuss words'* on
thoae who should look alter the pavements
and street crossings
The General Assembly of Georgia will
detihe its position ou the United States Sen
atorial question on Tuesday.
Walking ahout the city just now is & sen
otts job ou account ot idle mud and slush.
For several weeks past th weather has got
ahead oftha oldest inhabitant.
Usui In cum TaesiMW.
Busiuwss faiimes are still announced with
aafllewitt frequency to warrant the impres-
that the money troubles are not yet
The above charming artiste begins an en
gagement hr Memphis on Monday next.
Are not the members of the Georgia Legis
lature to see and hear her ?
■■ 1 "" #
Uie strangers now in the city 3eem to
ttmiatrauch to amuse and interest them
a* tft* Geological and Agricultural Depart
ment* a* anywhere else in the city.
3errieee li£ a. m. and 7t e. *. A. T-
Phstor. Seats free to strangers.
Visitors always welcome.
TB iliqnoniTeat and says: “Tilden’s inau
gural will completely unchain the devil,
aud I think he will come in great wrath.”
Wt m. jg. wn
[From Washington Union, 18th.]
Baa prepared a speech on the rights and
pimiegas of the House in the electoral
ceaait, windft it was his intention to de
liver ifc the Bouse on Wednesday. Mr.
BUI is now (juste ill, however, and may
wet be able to attend to-morrow’s session.
It is thought the debate on this question
may he postponed for a few days.
Gray Chandler, an old Georgian, died
recently in Miseiasippi.
ftionl and advertisements, and met with tMfc
‘ greatest encouragement, as our subscript}*©
listfof nearly three hundred names will
testtftr. We had no need to go around the
JSTijWy I'm™** enterprise with apu
riouf pleas for patronage,
\Vte wish to say to business men that we
have made considerable pro&refra and will
give at the proper time a correct, reliable
Directory. We would state that our resi
dent in Atlanta does not date from Janua
ry ls\ 1877, but that we have been engaged
in tb4 city and in the State of Georgia dar
ing nast of the past year, which has made
us tflbroughly fkmiliar with all the firms
and fesiness men of the city, without which
a correct directory cannot be published. Be
tides all wort will be done by Atlanta men.
We are too busy with our directory to be
draw; into a controversy. Other parties
may publish as many directories as they
wish, oto we will publish the Atlanta Di
netoiwr 1877 and give business men the
’only remble directory, for which only they
should subscribe. If there is any demand
for resectable names, we will give a list of
nearly three hundred, representing the mbst
reliabte business and professional men of
the ciur. Read our advertisement arid do j
not be induced to subscribe for any other
directory. G. H. Rogebs & Cos..
v Publishers Georgia Directories.
The Augusta Chronicle says: The com
plimentary banquet given to Gov. Colquitt
by the citizens of Atlanta transpired at the
Kimball House last evening, and was prob
ably the most brilliant social event ever
known in that city. Its magnificent suc
cess and the excellent management which,
despite so many difficulties, rendered it a
dignified and graceful affair from beginning
to end, reflect honor upon the city and es
pecial%. upon those gentlemen who were
zealous in preparing for this great social
fete. It was a most fitting tribute to a Gov
ernor wbo has been called to his honors by
such a unanimous voice of a great people,
and the presence of distinguished citizens
and fair women from all parts of Georgia
prove that it was a general expression of
Gov. Colquitt has just reason to be proud
of such a compliment, while the people
have honored themselves by thebeautiftil
method in which it was presented.
One who looked on last night might
easily have been reminded by the brilliant
scene and joyous presence of all around him
of the glory of ante beUum days, and the lux
uriant uAgnifieence that made them happy
with many, a public festival. '
LIST F LETTERS
remaining in the Post Office of Atlanta, Ga.,
January 21st, 1877. Persons calling for any
of said letters will please say advertised
and name the date.
A—Mrs James E Anderson, Miss Mollis
Arline, Miss Lacy Adams.
B—Miss Mattie Bowden, Mrs M T Bowers,
Miss Hannah Butter, Mrs Henry Benson.
C—Miss Ara Clark. Mrs Fair E Childs, Miss
& G Clark. Mrs Ida Cothan.
B—Miss Mary Ann Deilor, Madame V Du
pont, Miss Pinkie Da-vus, Mrs. Nora Dun
ning. * *
E-Mrs C P Easterly, Miss Mary A Ed
F—Mrs N P farrow, Elisa Foster, Miss
Sarah Fallen, Miss Hattie Freeman.
—Mias Fannie Guthrie, Mrs E J Green,
Mrs Susan Gray, Mrs Susan Grarent.
El—Mrs Malinda Holt. Mrs Many Harris,
col'd. Miss Cornelia Holiday, Miss Ophelia
Hicks, Mrs Easter Hurt, col’d, Mrs E F
Herndon, Georgia Ann Hardy, Mrs Hester
Howes, Mrs Joanna Hill.
I—Miss Ella Inman.
•F-Misa M V Jones, Miss Effle Johnson,
.dJS E M Johnston.
IS— Mrs Mary Keltner, Mrs Susan Knott.
E—Mrs Marta Lyman, Mrs 8 F Lester, Miss
M—Mrs Agnes Morgan, Mary Moore, col’d,
MissMattieMorel,Mgs MarlahManley, Miss
Nina Morrison, Miss Eugina McCurmick,
MistHJMyer, Miss Josephine Moore, Mrs
I* May son.
•—Miss Martha Oslin. Miss Mary O’Brien,
Miss A Osburn, Lizzie Osburn.
B-Miss Anna Pope, Miss Cordelia Pace,
Mrs Julia Palmer.
R—Mrs B N Reed ling, Mrs Eveline Reid.
Mrs Susan Reese, Mrs Lizzie 0 Rock.
•-Mrs Eliza Sevins, Miss 8 E Sewell, Mrs
8 F Sparks, Mrs Georgia M Smith.
T—Miss Nora Turner.
W—Mrs Margarette Williams, Miss Olive
A Wilkins, Mrs. L H Willis, Mrs Zilpha C
A— Acton dr Cos., Chaa D Alston.
■—Peter Brenner, Willie Byrum, W H
Biright, K T Brenson, £ W or E S Beck.
C —Win Craig Churchill, Glever A Cos., G
SCarpenter, Prof N L Collier. Frank Carter,
G X Cook, G W Chatam, W Clifford, Tim
othy Crowley, J T Cox, J X Cheatam, James
Cook, J J Cawley, J O Chambers, J C Cal
D—J R DeGraffenreed, Howard Daniel.
I’-Jai Flnly, Juiien Findley.
6—Aaron Guper, R Griggs, R Geaorva, J
D Griffin, J P Gray.
M—Albert Holtey, H Hughes, Hwm&n
■ester, T S Hutcherson. Joseph Harding J
A Howard, W A Hicks, W A Howard, Wm
J-E A Jones, S J Jenkins, J D Jones, W
I.—Mr. Lewald, G W Lowe, W H Lay, Wm
Lownds, Wm A Lyons, Wm Lazaron.
X—Wm McLaughlin, C T Mattox, Shed
rick Mitchell, Revjas siltcbvlh WAR Mas
say, Lemuel McPherson, L G McMiUen.
■—Dr F H Nichols N C Newton.
Parker, H F Pittman.
X—Rock Rolls, H W Russell, Wm Reid.
■ —B L Sperry, P L Stsnton, Henry Sims,
cord, Wm Stinger, H Schler.
T-J Treadwell, Dr W Thomson.
IT—G Si Veal.
W—G W White, TB White, Jas W Weaver,
Wm Wood, L H Waters.
Bxmjaxim Com ley, P. M.
Fa “■ it 7 .
SsR: V' '*3? wKrr -i-K
rpHE Undersigned Having assisted In the miblishina of dlreetc
1 and being thoroughly conversant with the buslness. has.at t . , .J
cltlsens, undertaken the publication of the EHr-ctory of Atlen * #
te make the book thorough and complete In every respect. ' .
k i KSSI ass.,; ;•
Manufacturing or Professional pursuit. f
8. A Business Directory of the Bailroad Towns adajeent to Atlanta, i
4. A frill list of Federal and State Officers, with the names and residence* of the 'memfwa
of the Senate and Legislature*
5. Full Information of County and City Government and Officers, i mdudlusr Meniher an,
Committees of City Council.
8. A list of all Incorporated Companies, Including Banks. Insurance Companies, Railroads
Mills, etc,, with offioers. directors and capital of each.
7. A frill list of Secret and other Soclet.es and Organizations, r.'in* officers, time*
places of Meeting.
8. An Abstract of U. S. Stamp DuUes and Postal Laws.
To the above will be added a Miscellaneous Department, to contain the names tat ail
City Churches, Newspapers and Schools, together with other inton , ~th>n that may be .*,*>,
manded ass the work progresses. We pledge faithful, honest work.;.,n ask business ni<ni
to give the Directory a Übarjd patronage. ”
One Page and Copy of Book, 830 00 I Price of Book. ee
Half “ . <■ 12 00 Inch Card, without Book. *to
Fourth “ “ 700 * Name InEaptWu Letters. - ito
' v n Tri imnimm , , ,
jftn-18. " oof <> . Directory Publishers tor Oeetgte At .antu, G*
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
THE PEOPLE’S FAVORITE.
THE LARGEST SALES BECAUSE THE HOST NNM
* ‘ >-.vi*rj-.T -u* vs.,ho- i 11 U ; - e
THE MOST POPULAR BECAUSE THE BET |
VERDICT OP' THE 1 , ADDS.
T“tSSBSSIS ZVi (
THE SALES OF ALL THE OTHER COMPANIES COMBINED, demawrtmto VeyonU
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE *
Is them * popular, because, IK TttK kstimationof tub vadiks >osi ’.itusnV
xbiob t *.vr other manufactured.
The fol wing returns of sales, SWORN TO BY EACH COMPANY, tell the .
fcs:,lHsbi : 32 s " T,®* t*^(
Howe (Jan. Ito July 1) 34,010 145,000 No returns xt.uto ~wa ’
.lemlngton ..... —— —— ——•
Domestic ..... 101.387 48.554 40,114 -'.'to 'St.tSf
SALES STILL INCfIEASING! ILL CIHPETITIM HSTAKEI
.ft ti v*f t>tX fT *.| rfl4 ’
Send your addreM for a Catalogue of the celebrated BAZAR GLOV Jv-FnT XG FAT
TERNS. They are the best, the cheapest and most stylish patterns in the taark.
THE SINGER jMANUFACTURING COMPANY,
0. S. BEATTY Agent, 17* BROUGHTON STREET.
Savannah, GLoorgia. .
J ? ’'i iH f i ’ \ m
1 \ jm
Or G. W LEONARD, Agent, . jjj
CORNER BROAD AND ALABAMA STREETS. AIUKTaW
mayto-d7t nw7t '
The Illustrated Weekly.
Chas. Olucas & Cos.,
14 WarrenTSt., New York.
IWVK SUPERB CHROMOS WIVES TB
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Weekly, one year, with two mounted
Chromos In oil ... *4.80
Weekly tlx months with one monnted
Chromo In oil - - - - .80
Monthly one year with one mounted
Chromo in oil - - - - 1.26
Monthly two years witn fonr mounted
Chromos In oil - - 6.00
To canvass every town and county In the
Best Paper. Finest Premiums. I*r.
Particulars on appplioation to
D. S. MULFORD, Manager
Southern Branch Office,
No. 58 Whitehall street.
octHeodSm Atlanta, Go.
ITTiVrrCPT T ITT)
JJjj W JiiiuGuv.
W. Bollmann. No. 9 Whitehall street, next
the Centennial building, has just received a
large lot of Watches, Clocks and all kinds of
ewelry. Call and see him for bargains.
Very Ch.'np, 9
• 1 ‘ Tk. ..
VERILY, verily, v* say auto yea, wßi
have mon&u, tbst we have fo a<*
most decided Sjmuun. 'r> a residence <vß:
taining IS plastered rooms, be- de
room and cellar; thelm so i,j >Ol., n
the Cotton Factory cs barters %
4®-Rental value $2 month. The imfl
erty can be purchased * > i 'ear -aW
MARCUS A. ftELI ft SON M
Real Estate After
> jan 19-2 t Office No. t, Oe* .cm:ial lra’dl
ATLANTaTI.U STR ATM
A NEEDED AND lumfiVt |9
A HANDSOMELY beend -oUrme
numerous en*-vlsg pws.ria:*
lustrations of Atlanta
By E. V. €Ul*s V J |
is now in course of p-epsMK son Get
cular. Subscribe W>
ot Atlanta are enooumf*** (hr
liberal. _ **TTsji
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WITH A COLDMLVIVIDANGEROUS |
POT UP ONLY t mxm ROTES
SOLD BY' ALt WRDGO*sTS>. Jtej
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