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VOL: 1—N€k:^7. .
' THE DAILY OPINION.
IT W. L icaoooi AHB j. b. double.
OFFICE Ilf CENTRE milLBlBG
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not to exceed Ay*
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occupying Yeas ttuu uui*»»»« **—, ■
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of special contract, other advertisement* will be
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. “ “ two insertions, • • UJ
8 •• three insertions, - • * ®
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per line thereafter. The
• (or advertisements
obituaries, and all
Sheriff ’6 Mortgage fl I
Tax Collector** sales, per square ..
Citations for Letters of Admlnistratten
Citations for Letters of Guardianship
Letters of application for disralsaion irom
Guardianship • • •••••• } JJ
Applioatious for leave to sell Land B 00
Notices to Debtors and Creditor* « 00
Rales of Land. etc., per square 5 00
bales of perishable property, 10 days, per sqr. 1 60
hstrny Notices. 30 clays 8 00
Foreclosure of Mortgage, per sqr, each tune .. 1 00
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Hales of Land, etc., by Administrators. Execu-
r Guardians, are required by law — *— u "'-*
Notices o£ tbe*e
..... ‘given in a public gazette 40 days
previous to the day of sale.
Notices of the sale of personal property most
be given in like manner 10 days previous to the
dav of sale.
Notices to the debtors and creditors of an estate
must also be imblLhed 40 days.
Notice tliat application will be made to the
, Court of Ordinary for leave to sell Laud, ete.
must be published for two months.
Citations for letters of Administration, Guar
dlanshhi, etc., must be published 30 days, for dis
mission from Administration, monthly 6 months;
for disinisbion from Guardianship 40 days.
Rales for foreclosure of Mortgage must be pub
lished monthly lor 4 months; for establishing lost
papers, for the full space of 8 months’; for com
piling titles from Executors or Administrators,
where bond has been giveu by the deceased, the
lull space of three mouths.
|*u Id nations will always be continued Accord
ing to these, the legal requirements, unless cther-
AlAhaJAA). Office At Headqeartess, go Marietta
street, Atlanta, Ua _ „
Ooloaei J. F Malik*, Chief ef Barew of Civil
Affaire, »*d ttanerta Inspsetor of Be*tatrs*loi>
for Third Military District. Offio* At Bead
Major WM. M ffarrax, Captalal«tb United
h to tea lufuetry Actlno A.tl.tect JudfO Advo-
cate General. Offlo* at Heeslquertan
Lieutenant lelonel E. MCK. HDMOK, U. 8.A,
Ana it tent Inspector General, omoe at Uaad.
Captain G. K. Sandersoh, U.B. A., Acting Assis
tant Adjutant General. Office at Headquarters.
Brevet Brigadier General J. J MiUliU, Burgeon
U. A A., Medical Director Third
Office ooraer of Broad and Marietta
ibieut and foreign advertisements
prepaid te secure publication
SCRUGGS A DUMBLE.
City Hu*t IH rectory.
BOOTH At bHUSS.
mfrlg BOOTS, SHOES and LEATHER.
BUI NEW rifORE-NEW GOOD8
rl^ Extra Inducements to buyers at Wholesale
mdRetail. Peachtree street, qpjwsitcCox^Hill.
MERCHANTS AMD GROCERS.
A DAIR A REK8K, AUCTION AND COMHIIBION
A Merchants. Sign, Auction Uffuse, _Wbito-
haUaireet, Atlanta, Qa.
TJKTKE LYNCH, WholualK and EXTAIL
X ou, and dealer in Varieties, Whitok»fl*i
^Atlanta. Ga. | "
« PARROTT. WHO]
r CER3 AND COMMISSION
fr JS te Front, Peachtree street, Al
w CXKLKS and COUNTRY PkoDi/CX, Whitehall, one
door from Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. Choice
HaMSElwayson hand. aug*—6m
EANMERti AMD BJtOMXMB
rpai GEORGIA N ATION AL BANY BboS
, X block, Alabama s’reet John Uicx. Presi-
mng m <Siit: E. L. Jonks,Cashier; Daewin G. Jones. Tei-
his lahtor; EdwaKD H. Jones, book Keeper. DIllEC-
Inhnt rtJiORS—John Rice, John Collier, E. E. Raw
nl * W * W A I1..U..I IT IV l"*..(hn IWM
A. Durand. W. W. Ulayton.
>ntoe^;iT, H. JAMES. BANKER AND BROKER, AT-
. »r* laNTa. G., bu/s and soils Gold, Silver, bonds,
the sut^. ^,,,4 Bauk Exchanges bonds, makes
^rested;»^tmunts for parties in Bonds and Stocks;
><fh able interest ou Deposits when Lett for two
—nth* or longer. feSM—ly
hii« nail and Alabama streets,
wwacet—Trisbce Jt Robcru, New York; Hod-.
Trow bridge * Dwight Ndvr York; B. U
Brevet Brigadier General Rurrs Saxton, Qilet
Quartermaster. Office at Headquarters
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel H. J. Farnsworth,
Depot Quartermaster. Office Forsyth street,
near Railroad. .
Brevet Captain C. A. Rockwell, Chief Ordnance
Officer. Offioe corner of Brood and Marietta
MiloM?: D. Judd, P. M. U. 8. A.. Chief Pay Mas
ter and Disbursing Officer Third Military Du-
trtet. Office corner of Brhad and Marietta
Brevet Major T. C. 8ulliyan, C. 8. United States
Army, Chief Commisary of Subsistence. Office,
Room No. 1 WlllintfUem Buildings, corner of
unn ion. U.H Infantry. Commanding District
of Georgia, 16th U. 8. Jufantry and Assistant
(bminissioner Bureau R. F. anil A. L. State of
Georgia. Office at Headquarters, Markham’s
building, Whitehall street.
First Lieutenant John K. IIoSMI*. Adjutant 16th
r^-, on duty with Headquarters, District of
Majdrlf 1 ^It. Lswis. 44th U. S. Infantry, Assistant
Inspector,General, bureau K. F. and A. L., htate
of Georgia. Office at Headquarters.
Brevet Major Fred Moskbach, V. R. C., 8ub. Asst.
Com. Sill)-Hist. Atlanta bureau K», F. t A. L.,
Office, building opposite the Post Office, Broad
POST OF ATLANTA,
Composed of the Counties of Cobh, Fulton Camp
bell, Carroll, t oweta. Heard, Fayhtte, Clayton,
Spalding. Henry, Newton, DeKalb, Milton,
Gw inimtt and Butts.
Brevet Brigadier General Tboma* H- RUOKB, Col.
3Ad United States Infantry, Commanding Post—
Headquarters, Room No. 8. Willingham Hand
ing, corner of Decatur aud Ivy streets, Atlanta,
Breveti aptaln O. (J. Kn app, 1st Lieut. 33d U. 8.
Infantry, Post Adjutant.«Office at Headquar
First Lieutenant . ,
Assistant Quartermaster M»d
ary Subsistence, ** " « •
. 7, Willingham Building.
MT WEhTJCMN A ATLANTIC w
MMllss—Fare, IK oeMs «»er mlU.-
W allaob. hupeiintendeott John B. P
nist, W. G. Gramlino, 8. C. Shops; Chaw
Wallace, Go*. Agent; W. R. Wkilrti, General
E ket Agent; R/a. Bacon, Gen’l Freight Agent;
IN M. BaibOE*. Agent »t Atlanta:
NieBT FAHliNUKa TEAlte—DAILT.
Leave Atlanta -
D Rail AY MOWWlMolrSECT. T
RATION OF PIUXCTP1X8
WISH KirUBUCAV FAHTY OF 0B0E01A.
ahoptxd a r tax stat a ovirr*!rrwr.
Atlanta, July 4th, 1867.
WauUA*. W6, h»*,hly taknowl*4^1n^_oui' Je-
4.89 P.M. mighty God tor having, through agencies
i» 7.18 A XL NtrsmentaliUes in HU wisdom selected, pi
- . ItallS A*r OuTorBM.nl whun lu de.,ue»t tom
I—daily, by the mtfhly npbei
Arrive at Dalton
Arrive at Atlanta >
DAILY FASUNOIB TE AIN—DAXJ.T, .... _ 7 -
(exwpt Sundays). fW^e reebnt relmlllon
Leave Atlanta ...
Leave Daitoe - • .106 P.M.
Arrive at Chattanooga • • •' KM P.M.
Leave Chattanooga ... 4.W A M.
Arrtve at Atlanta - . U6 PJff
PAXTON ACOOHMODATION TRAIN—DAILY,
Arrive at Dalton
lteave Dalton •
Arrive at Atlanta
11.60 P “
\l 6.09 A Jf*
6 00 AM.
BHT* GEORGIA RAILROAD—171ssllee—Fan
flye cents per mile.-John p. Kino, PretedeotTK
W. Cole, Superinieadeati G. T. Ahdhuom, Agent
DAT PA99BEOB TRAIN.
Arrive at Augusta.
Leave Augusta ...
Arrive at Itisnta.
NIOHT PAISKXen TRAIN.
Leave AUanta 7.15 PJL
Arrive at Aqgusta. 6.1ff A JC.
Leave Aegutea 6.00 P.1L
Arrive at Atlanta 4.15 aJL
WteMT THROUGH FaElGHT TRAIN. ,
Leave AUanta 6.49 PJL
Arrive at Augusta 9Wf A.M.
Leave Augusta t 6.10 P.M,
Arrive at Atlanta * 8.06 i
MAOON A WESTERN ItAILUOAD.—106
miles—Fare, live oouU per mile—A. J. White,
Preiktant; E. B. Walkkr, Superintendent: K. A.
Anderson, Agent at Atlanta:
DAT PAMOSNaiE TRAIN.
Leave Maoon .... 7.46 A.M.
Arrive at AUanta • . . EGO P.M.
Leave Atlanta > • - • 715 A.M.
Arrive at Maeon . . . 1 JO P.M.
Leave Macon ..... 8 40 P.M.
Arrive 4i> Atlanta .... 4 90 A.M.
Leave Atlanta .... 7.1* P.M-
Arrive fu Macon - - - —4.10 A.M.
U. M. Farrsk. Agent at Atlanta:
DAT PABBRNGKk TRAIN—GOING OUT.
Leave Atlanta 7.00 A.M.
Arrive at West Point 19.0V “
DAT PAABKNtNER TRAIN—CUMING
Leave West Point
Arrive at AUanta.
. . ,
MT DtOBTGOMERY A WEST POINT RAIL-
iOAIX^DAHUtL H. CHAN* Superintendent.
Atlanta Postal PeguUUlons.
TIIOS. a. SIMMS, - - POSTMASTER.
FRANK MI LI A, , ASSISTANT PoSTMABTRR.
Office Hours from 8 A.M. to 19K f.m.j and
from 9 P.M. to 7 P.M. 8UNDAY8—From 8 to 10 A.M.
and from 6 te 6K r jK
ARRIVAL AND CUlhfNG OF THE MAILS.
NORTHERN AND NORTHWXSTEEM.
Arrives T \Ai A.M
Closes (N. >f.) Iff) PJt-
Arrive, . 4*£55K&m» • ‘tfillirf'
»feW loo IS:
Arrives r a’srssi.. %
*<um 'aw (UDiaua.
Lbtter—Three eenta, pre paid, for every hah
ounce throughout the United States': tea oentaio
Canada, New Brnnswlhk, and other Bvitish Pro
vinces. Pre-payment optional, accept to Naw-'
NewhpapeR Postage—In the .Ttaitod States*
Dallies, per quarter, thirty cents; Weeklies, fl
cents i free wlthle tbe county where published.
Foreign Letter Postage to Greet Britain and
Ireland, tweuty-feur cents—pre-payment op
To France, fifteen cents per quartereunoe—prtt
pay nsec t optional.
To Cuba, A spin wall, and Panama, ten offntt^
^ To^Bremeii, by Bremen m*l, 10c.; by Hamburg
To^Hamburg by Hamburg m’b 10c.; by Bremen
To Oldenburg by Bremen m’L ISc.; by Hamburg
To Lauenburg by BremhH m’l, 15c.; by Hamburg
, aen or Ilain _
Tu Scnlowig-ncktein and
ir Hamburg mhi* ^
To Holland, *'
To Belgtnm, , “
To switaerluiiL "
Denmark, by Br«.
. . _l TED DEPOSITORY , _
,m than rtr vTES. A. Austell. President; W H. Tcllrr,
Ja ♦bier. DIRECTORS-a. Austell, M. G. Dob-
’ a t *»KP fl us, W. R. Pblllips,Jesse McLendon, J. H. James,
te l« onecial attention paid te Collections in Atlanta
To Australia. India A China,I via Marseilles,97o
bv Bremen or Hamburg, i Via Trieste. ““
through this section. Prompt rvtuNi made
,js lowest eurrent rates. Our New York Cor-
lKtndsnt, the Fourth National Bank, to whom
CORBETT * DOCKUM,
Heme Painteriybrainera, Hirhlsn
GLAZIERS A»u SIGN PAINTER*
FuraUutw Repaired by A. EM
GKR, Hunter street, between Whi
ceroner urietor dealer In Brandies,
wedth audSegars. Chicago Ale atw
ledgi A a yy—. .. >w ... « --.w,
* J\. lanta, Ga. Office, Granite Block Broad
rntr^t. ROBT A. ALSTON,
IHICAGO ALB DEPOT-M. E. KENNY. Pro
_ urietor dealhr in Brandies, Winev Wliiaki.
audSegars. Chicago Ale always
14, Alabama street, Atlanta. Ga.
WINN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, At
vs on hand.
gj r |>* Entrance
H P. FilBuY,
U. r. UIHPMIM
W * CTNA LIFE LKSIRANI.F OIHI’LXY
L A A.uu. 9y.uuu.uou. Wu Otiwn
. tawL Lyoc*'« UuU-ll-c. wfuf o( Altwait w<
7 .UY-taV-on-a «mn. taiff-li
* tutMua^Ajn WAaoxauMJua ~
B1-r . .M. L _
itly Giltod In Gold. Old Oil Paintings. «l _
descriptions, restored and put in nioe repair.
Office, eas of the Southern Express Office. Alt*
bamastreet Atlanta,On. Ire Am
.AVIS* HALL, BROAD STRUT, Atlanta,
_ Ga.—This spaeious and magnifleentjate
Hall 1* centrally located in anoputeo* por- mrh
tton of the city, has a Stage 90 by 40 Ares, sJByL
feet high and an auditorium M5 reel lear. 99 Bset
wide, ami 99 feet high, with a capacity for cere-
tortably seahlng two thousand persons, and pro
vided w ith ample means ul egress. Tbe Hall to
lighted by 140 gas burners. Beanery and Dressing
Rooms complete. Rent, 660 per nlgbt, ete , ete.
Population ef Atlanta, Distance to Au
guste, 171 miles; to Maeon, ME milesr to Chatta
nooga, 196 mils*. LARKIN ILDAVrb.
Atlanta, Mffrch 1st 1887.
ing of the ghOvs Hall, and I cheerfully efiuorle
the above card, and commend tbe Hall to the pro
fession as the most capacious and best adapted to
Manager Hanlon Combination.
Attaoth- Ge- ItoarwhTst. trim rehiRAre .
Leave West Point HI
Arrive at Columbus -
Arrive at Montgomery
Leave Montgomery -
1 44 P.M.
WESTERN & ATLAATH] RAILROAD.
rAN and after June 18th, 1897, Passenger Trains
Vy will run as follows:
GOING NORTH. ,
practicable heUlement of
-r.o of the oonntry: and wher««H, «« umiow
st the establbUmeat of justice is essential to ea
ring pence, that patriotism should bo exalted
a virtue, and it la the dutyer tlie State to chur-
plej and whereas, those who assort
ee^recalled Republicans, through-
“ * wo adopt the name of the Union
of Georgia, and declare ouy-
vith the National Republican
food, K Tha
L « 8t Tklt it It fee duty of th* st»b
11 bffr children, tad to that end, wy
tbo tatablbhmont of ayeuornl ly.
ion,and tor tha uncondltloaat aup
n of these States.
at we pledge obr hearty support
measures of the Congress of
to tbe duty of the state to
* ww re-
a Republican Party U
by JU essential pr!n
s and the dlgni-
nth the toiling
Forking men or
hands every euootirage-
nay bo nhoessory to pro.
II: Daily (excrft pundaYi) Dalton Ac-
aud Ov B. B. taalni Jhr KuoxviUa, Lyeh-
bu»t, Wtahlnuton, Aaltinoaa, MUadel-
phla, and N*w Yuan, arrlya atuaaiYA-
Noooa 4.10 A. Y., YoaaaaHay wUhAtaUM of
Naabvllle anil chaUauoqga Raflread fbr
Nashvtlta LounvIUoToqu'the Wtat, £L\
train, of Me Meaiphle and Chi '
road for hiemrihle, Hey u«
ARRIVE AT ATLANTA.
idl'd. — ■
rU a. S'K.lVTdo.^a'iJK.TB'Atta, do,
cohuvciTiOF—Laaae Dalton at fa a.
ParreNoer.—Leave Chattanooga at 9.90 a.
m., making dose eonnactions wiahgrains
KM atd.tt a. oonncc'.lug withtcalnaoF
East Taoameaa and Urarata Kallread. > <
jfjA"a PATiJiT mstFlyo coTonts
Mr »AIL STAGE LINS FUUM ATLANTA
Leara Atlanta Monday, IFodnftday and
Friday . ■ A.M.
jrl»aTuaall«i'.Thqrertayaad«Ayarday If r.M.
New Freight, Houtei
VIA UBAXO 4UMCTION A CHATTANOOGA.
Now is the Time to Advertise
ONX Or THE BEST MEDIUMS
UK. of tao (laoryta BaUrea*
~ ' .UMtafde rtakaMCat
■ of Georgia aad daroiad
OBO F BY vmk. t-reortator.
Moryaa aa, Ga. A,, * \W~A\m
So Okorgt for larvrove. Itro^agr, ’ Con-
YtfMfow or FuruardiHf/.
Tha follow In* low rata hat haan aaread ta.
tahlay effqct »th, IWT:
let Claw par 100 pound, ,..(1.05
OdClaaa .. .yar Ml poumle.... 100
>d Claaa par 100 pnaadt 1 JO
4th Uaee per 100 |iountU-.., LOO
Through BfU. of Ladlna will ha a Iran at point
of khtpnient, aa.l all lota, daotaya an.1 oran.haraoa
Will lw promptly aetuad at polatol dalleary;
Tariff, ihowina claakMealiow, ala . mar be oh*
talard at otiaaaf W e.tarn A Atlpatta q,llread.
MooolreJL, 8. Tliat the Union Rcnubllcan Party
of the state of Georgia prodges itiblf to maintain
the free and legal right* or all men, and to
abide by tlie prc»crib«<l terms of ruatotwtlon, in
electing to oflfrp those men only who can comply.
In all rtopects, wriUi thorequirementsofthe Aowof
Congress uml wpp prefer tbe (Government uf the
Un(te<' Status to'nnr other that could las framed.
tBK OGLORBD SCHOOLS OF ATLAMTA.
The Maoon -Motaonpcr oxpreases much
ottrprli-u that tlie Hluto. Kiluoutiouhl Asso
ciation which Axacmblctl iu thin city a few
tlajro since, ehonitl Admit to its councils
such * Yankee lnter^opcts us a Mr. Ware,
teacher of a nogro school in Atlanta.” Tlmt
The ItudiCul party huving mailctlte «<lu-
cation of this class ft governmental attVlr,
it strikes u. that a cullforu meotingof the
teachers of tli, State, did not include such
missionaries as Mr. Ware and his co-labor
ers l aud that ids being' present was a sig
nal illustration of Yankee impudence and
officious ness. We nil know pretty well t>y
this this time, tvhat these.men teach in ad-
dltion.to the prescribed course laid down
lit the so much vaunted -free aehool sys
tem of the North. They are all cither fana
tics pr knaves—in tlie promotion of about
five of the latter to one or tlie former, and
these sola Mission is to stir tip strife and
sow (lie Uros of lute and evil tn the mlpds
What propriety, tbea.lt
“-^^-juclntod with our
intelligent and raifeoc-
the Southern people dp
education of' the colored
thd contrary, they ate disposed
to cnoparagMt. Many of them have given
of their scanty means to that purpose!
Why then should they ostracise a North
ern map who Is only hurrying out what EU
good Men In the South hesitate not to
sanction f htr. Wark Is n gentleman of
line cptebM : and larcproachablo oliar-
aetar, and Is doing noble ssrvlce tn
tbeicmise of.education. So tbo, of his
aooiaies In Oils city. Met) who kt|in!' most
of the practical Inside working of thepe
colored dhhools are tire last Its countenance
sadh.'Sentiments as thgse uttered by the
W*c<B editor, The schools are conducted
in It highly creditable manner;’ and we
caBnet, 1( we would, eiosc our oyes to the
fact that these colored children are making
progress in their staples that Is at once
gratifyl*g and astonishing. Ho one hero,
who kpows any thing about the manage
ment ef these schools, call be made to be
lieve that Ifr. Wau or, auy of Jtis co-
laporaas sock to stir op-strife hctwceii tire
On the contrary, it is a notorious
fact that the colored people connected with
these jAbaoicaro more iwUtoaud deferen
tial to tbe white* titan are tlie generality
qf iK grwes. If liHug a zealous friend of
education is a orime,. tlicn Ur. Wauk Is
unworthy of association with -our teach
ers;’’, Hut If not, then the mere fact of bis
beittg a - Yankee ” should net be made an
occasion for this exhibition of littleness
and 111 feeling. We had hoped that th 1 *
contemptible prejudice had lost place at
least among tbb friend* of education, aad
those who make protrusions to intclll
BSMTIST IN TRMJBLB.
laapraprletlea lw Bla orate a.
Ha fa tararaly Baatao by a Frlaad af tire
Tha XaMTllle, Tenn. Frea Prcaa, qf the
fd, cootalM fuH particulsrs of an affair
which ooanwed ln that city, on BaWrday
evening last, and wbloh ieemy to bat*
thrown that community Into great excite
ment; , -
We glean the following facts:
Late Saturday evening our community
was much excited over (be Intelligence
that 1 >r. 1’. 11. Cardwell, a Well known den
tin of till* city had been assaulted and
severely beaten by Xr. Silas Vinson, a
young umn equally wall known for his In
dustrlous habits and peaceable demeanor.
weresoqu prevalent as ta the
oetise of this remgrkabla-disruption.” All
we could then ascertain was that Vinaon
had met. Cardwell on the streot, and after
a abort conversation which none bat tbe
two parties heard, attacked hhn vigorously
with a formidable atlok—that Card well tied
Amkmcajt Widows tm Ewspfb.—The In.
e nnarrtage of Amwtcaoa with Eurotvans
the subject of much remark of the I’arl*
correspondent of the Baltimore Gazette, as
Utvisf tatatsluted ^Muufactery ef fat well
WA Cemmt and frevel Eighty,
numerous ii ^
by then). It Is hut a ftrw weeks
attractive widow of a Northern Brigadier
General, killed in the late war, was led to
tho altar by a distinguished Irish com
moner, though Site had ileclaiad her Inten
tion, whtfn Coming abroad, to captivate an
English duke, imlnotlilng less. Hite could
not Itowevew Withstand Urn Dish blarney,
but surrendered to a Uuhllnjqulret More
recentlv, the beautiful Mnunewltt'of Loh-
isiana, misgiven her hand to a Polish gen
tle mah. a efalaen ef New York, temporari
ly residing In £arjs. The marriage was
celebrated at the American Embassy, and
afterward at the Chapel Marbeaur from
wticnce the hrMst party, with their friends,
adjourned to 4rjtun*r as their beadwiine
new auettwcBta iu the Champs Ely sees,
other fair widows are reported find ln-
and Vinson pursued, plying his blows aa
opportunity permitted—that the flight and
pursuit continued until Cardwell fell under
a well aimed blow, and afterwards ploked
himself up in a terribly demoralised con
dition. An to the cause of thd difficulty,
it was generally understood to have origin
ated In an Insult offered by Cardwell to
some lady who had submitted herself to
dental treatment In hit office.
The oase was brought up before the
Major's Court. Mist Cynthia Rowlahd, a
lady or prepossessing appearance and lady
like demeanor, was atnprig tho witnesses
for defence. Bite tostlflrd that some time
week before last aha had boon suffering
severely with the toothgclie. That she
procured Mr. lius.4ell, with whom she it
living, to ask Or. Card wen to cemc out aid'
extract the tooth; that Or. Cardwell sqiit
her out q preparation which ho said would
relieve tlie tooth. Thntou Monday last, |n
company with Mrs. llrltt and her little'
*on, sho went to Or. O.’s offieo fok tho pur;
pose of having her teeth operated ou. The
Or. was engaged. Mrs. B. loft iu about
five minutes, leaving her little son to re
turn with witness. At about elovcuo'eloek
witness tools the dental chair. She had
six teeth tu bo treated. Dr.C. had cleans-
td or scrapud iter teeth and irad begun
tilling them. He spoke to wltneis about
liaving filled some teotb for her a fow years
ago.' Witness said he had and that his
work had lasted very well. Bald lnq “you
aro undorihany oiillgatlons to me.” “Tes,”
saltl witness, “I reckon I On.” “You never
paid me fqlly for that work,” said Dr. C.V
•• That Is false. Dr. Cardgell,” said wiinesl;
-1 paid Jou thompney, sir.” , - 15fa>” but ,
said Or. C, “money MoasnotJtiwayt tailify
fle ttrek me by tjhe head and-
squeezed It iaselvioufly. I jerked It away,
Indignantly. He also put hts jund upon
my shoulder In an Improper manner. After
he had fluUbed tttet work upofr my teeth.
I asked him what my bill was. He said
no matter about that, now. Ha said ha
would amc around to-night or some other
night and we would fix that. I told him
If lie came around to the house where'I
Was living on such an errand he would
never gw anywhere olac. I asked him three
times to make oat my bill, which he' do-
cllntxl In a manner tliat I considered
grosffiy Insulting. I had the monoy to pay
my hill and have not paid it because I felt
grossly insulted. His keneral manner was
such as to Insult a lady. I have no fattier
1 communicated these facta to several of
my, female friends. I told It to Mf. Vis-
son (the defendant) who I* an especial
friend of mine. • (It is well-known among
thslr friends ibat the witness and defendant
are betrothed, though defendant would tret'
permit Ms counsel to Inquire Into this nut*
ter ou trial.)
Dr- <,'anlw»U denied that he lia(l been
guilty of apy design to Insult Miss How
land, He denied the truthfulness qf her
statement*, although he said her character
for yiwarity wa# •* good at anybody’s. Ift
said ho know Miss ,11. to Ire a lady. Tits
counsol here suggested that tho doctor hail
found that out, to which the tqoth cobbler
lunile no reply.
The court fined Mr. Vinson frffi for the
breach of the peace.
Tlie nnnonucement of the amount of the
fipp called forth from tho crowd a perfect
shower of greenbacks, and before they
could Ire counted more than doubt* tho
amount necessary bad been poured Into
the lap of the defendant. Many exdtlng
snd excited ejaculations were uttered to-
EdUvft Qfjftom: Every ffidHI
no Convention plays into tha 1
Badleal win* of the Republican j
By keeping things In their present posi
tion Just tiM sort of government wttf ex
ist (n Georgia that Ifr. StevAni and Sis
branch of tho party have boon endeabofa^)
nnsuocosaftiUy to pus through Congress,
Do the men who profess a preference lbf
• bo Convention” know. wbs*“ no OffTen-
tlou” means? They are much mistaken U
thoj suppose It will be bat a continuation
of tho preaent. Wo WIH retal<i Genoral
Pope, It ts true, hut the provisional govern
ment will bo different entirely. As each
one of the present Incumbents of offioe
goes out at tho expiration of hls-torm, his
place will bo fitted by a mma whofaan take
the Iron-clad oath-tin; effifatft he fiev»r
sympathised with tr* febMion. We wlB
elect a Governor all the same as now, and
a legislature, eta, etc, but the voters wHl
bo such only as have regfatared, Govorapr
Jenkins cannot veto for his own dBm
oessor; and there are ned flvs hondred
white native Goorglsns who eta held
This Is the present—this is tha state of
things to be preferred to a Convention.
The Convention will give the franchise- '
to all, wfalto atid black, and will, doubtless,
make all qualified to hold office.
Whites and blackt will bS equal, Nowi
there aro 30)000 whites denied tha right to
vote and nearly all denied eligibility fos
office. After tits Convention those dtea-
btlties will not aklst.
Now the wldtes ore inevitably in the
minority, tlicn tliey will at least have a
right to hold nflfoe dlitfaparhaps, a majority,
■ . i •> Union. .
ta i > i> .
Tnt: I.axr fhnn in Cbattanoooa.—The
telegraph iuts already informed us of tho
destructive lire Iu Chattanooga euBstur- ,
day night last. Tho Union of yestefriay'
Iuariwthnt tit ore is no doubt cutcrtaluod
by Messrs. Webster and Mann that their
foundry , was ret on lire by some person,
it was .thought by some, that the life orig
inated-in tbo core oven, but this byppthtals
IS disproved by tjhe faot that; the oven Is ,
not damaged at all. Thore is no clue what
ever to tito incendiary, Wo are glad to
learn, however, that the proprietors of thnb
estahlishmont do not foef discouraged fty
their misfortune, hot are going to work
Immediately to rebuild the foundry aud
machine shop In better style than before,
Correspeodonov of fa* Mow Turk WoHU.)
, 5 . Logo Branch, August».
Having nqtleed. In your tssno of yester
day, the arrival at Uotig Blwnehtof General
Beauregard, who’held It command In tho
late Confederate army, I was Induced to
seok, she and converse with him. I found
him quietly ensoonqed In jb* vicinity of
the Mansion House, whore ho Wss surroun
ded by a few select souvenirs of other days,
and In his oohrersatlon cxpresscd blmsslt
feelingly and frankly in relation to that
trying ordsal through which the country
had passed, and the equally terrible one
through which It is now making Its ttpn-
sltlon. I found tho General to be. In
manners, person and appearance, a fair
repraaentattve descendant of th* Hp '
not*. He Is rutber ltelpw the um
height, and of a slight but tnuscnlar t
Iquc. I had the pkwsnre nf meeting
In the winter of UB1 on. board a, flat
on h it way to Nsw Orleans to be ana of the
couuscl in an Important ease between prom
iuent members of the bon-Mn,' wftioh
many of tho discMea of Biselutone may
yet remember. Ills locks were then raven
muck—now they are touched with the
froqta of time. He Is Sanguine ef th* fu
ture If oonoJliatory measures ha adopted, ,
ami that tbe Government will for ages pre
sent *n undivided front, standing Ass moil- <
timont of terror, frn'd reoolvlhg the homage
of an appreciative world.
When Interrogated In relation to Maxi-
oon a (fairs, he very frankly disclaimed
haring at any time sympathised or en
couraged the Austrlaii-Frouch alliance for
tit* txtascsalon of Mexico, andlo->ketl upon
tlie iuvaalou aa aentopinn Idea, generated
In the brain of. Imuie Napoleon. life also
entertained a hope Uiat titoru would yst
arise one that would In tlmo bring out of
'■boos tho distracted elements now existing
in Mcxloo. which would eventually he*
epmq an Integral part oT tlie American
Union. He spoke of Gen. Gnmt ih very
complimentary terms, and prarwnneed
Mm a.tborOagn military taetiefen, bat ifan
square stand uu fight, with equal numbers,
1 Dec his superior.
ho oonaldered L
In making allusion to some of the gen-
orals connected with tlie late rebellion.
i StonhwsU Jackson came In for a shareot
ho w^tedto^hSlove^i^tereSgb r^-
wagr toward hume. The Commercial says
could lie no mistaking the sympathy of ths
eltisens. "(tarred Mui right,” seemsd to
be the spontauwnis verdict yesterday
J ludt In tbe nSmhsr a young and Inter
iig Italy from tiw Monumental Ulqr who
ta about to be wedded to an offisor of to*
English navy)** upon tbs high road to a
second state uf matrimony, White young
American maidens are complaining of tM
scarcity of beaux, and many of them de
clare Karl* to ho stripped from tbe went of
son flamusl whsn Ho bids him "beware of
BAiutOAO Rosaaxa to ns Taiso.—Ths
Circuit Court openod I'rnuklln, Ky n on
the fid. The first case on tiro docket 1* tbst
of the fafn <*r three incu 'accused of being
Implicated In the throwing off the
track of the fomlsvlllo railroad train
last year; and th* robbing of th* safa*.
Requisition lias been made forth* witnesses
who reside In this city, and tbsy will prob
ably go np In s day oriwo. The two men
hung a FrynkUn a tow weeks ago suflbrod
th* extreme penalty of thq law not for
robbing the train, but for mardotiag the
■an who revealed the robbers fo the au
do boss IUmuvso in TbXaa—General
Hheridan reports to General a rant's head
quarter* that ho has appruvad the so tton
of General Griffin in removing, on August
U, Hires additions) Ulatrial Jwlyss In
IWsaa, ou Hta tbatgaa af dfeloyalty.
neat and recklessness ho sscrificedronner-
essarlly the live* of many Southern sol
diers. He cherished the hope Mist through
th* Instrumentality of President fiobn-
•en and the Gbntervatlve Itoonstruc
tion policy Inaugurated by bliu the Gov
ernment would lie again resinn-d to Its
priinttive purity, ss transmit fad by the
fathers of the republic. ITic Gcm raJ. in
conelnslon, ex pressed s desire that Che
American people la future would, In -tha
language of CUfr, know uo "North, no
flouth, no East, uo Jffesu!! sad that they
were uf ou* • common family, plsdgefe for
weal or woe, In sup|>ort of the only true
aystem of government extnnt, ami thaftim
joist should l« forgotten nidi, we cling to
the shelter of tbe sense old vine and fig-
tree, away from klagly misrule, where no
th) ng can make ua straw, lie taunted that
at no distant day, Congress would amlly
yield to a systam of rcuoindructlon In «o-
coidAnre wish UiavsMioa of a majority of