THE DAILY OPINION.
VOL. I.—NO. 189.
ATLANTA, GA.. TUESDAY MOBJSflNG, OCTOBER 1, 1867.
thl daily opinion.
JT w. L. SCRUGGS AlfD J. B. DUMBLB.
OKKU.K IN • K.NTRS BUILDING
CRANITE BLOCK, BROAD St. f
T E R- S:
,]»;« KIFTION.—Ou« CO|»7, *NH TWAR, t$0O;
mMKTHk $4 l», THKII MOKTH8, $»«, AJCT LJWff
, , VKM'V KIVK CENTS PER MONTH
VAiou, afcV ENTY -
* TERMS «r WEEKLY;
copy nne } eAr
1 fro copi*-® od«* year
five year. ••• * •• -
t. n one vear (and one free to the per
Tt °son forming the club ) *0 00
«-utra< ri.iiion# to both editions will be received
fc.r.ix iiionlh', at rates corresponding with the
\t.\ HtTtsiNG.—iCards in ClTT Directory.
*. to exceed live ln.e». #12 00 per annum. Special
Ua-u-i notices liPTttN CENTS per line for first
insert ion.aiul Kivu cents per line thereafter. The
►Uine Cliauco will he made for ailvertlseinent-
•ccupvingleM than a square, obituaries, and all
article- o! a personal ualure Except in cases
•! special contract, other advertisements will be
•ha»ge.i ’.he follow ing rates:
lisa 1*41 akk, one insertion, - * $100
•i *• two insertions, - - 160
•* ** three insertions, - * 2.00
- •• one week. ... 8.50
» •* one month ... 10.00
~ “ three months. • - - 2ft 00
•herlff’s sales, per levy often lines or less., f 2 50
sheriff’s Mortgage li fa sales, per square.... 5 00
Tax collectors’* sales, per square B 00
Citations for Letters of Administration 3 00
l nations for letters of Guardianship 8 00
letter* of application lor dismission from
J.ctUrra of application for dismission from
Guardianship 3 00
Applications for leave to sell Land Boo
Notices to Debtors and Creditors 3 00
•■ales of Land etc., per square 5 00
Nates ni nerisiiable property, 10 day*, per sqr. 1 60
Estrav Notices. 30 days 3 00
Korech'-ure of Mortgage, per sqr, each time... 1 00
TIME REQUIRED FOR LEGAL ADVERTISING.
Sale- ni Land etc., I»y Administratois. Execu
tor- oi Guardians, are required by law to be held
on the tirst Tuesday in the month, between the
hours of ten in the forenoon and three in the uf-
leraooii. .it the Court House in the county in
a hn ii property is situated. Notices of these
Sales must lie given iu n public gazelle 40 days
previous to the day of sale.
Notices of the sale of personal property must
*. „i\c’. ,ii like ui..ULcr 10 days previous’to the
day of tr.Ij.
Notice- to the debtors and creditors of an estate
must also be published 40 days.
Notice that application will be made to the
Vourt of ordinary for leave to sell Laud, ete.,
must be published for twa month*.
Citations for letter* ef Administration. Guar
dianship, etc., must be published 30 day*; lor dis-
uiissiou from Administration, monthly 6 months;
for disinia.-ion from Guardianship 40 <lay*.
Rules for foreclosure of Mortgage must be pub
lished monthly for 4 months; for establishing lost
papers, for the full spaca of 3 months; for com
pelling titles from Executors or Administrators,
where bond has been given by the deceased, the
full space of three months.
Publications will always lie continued accord-
lug to these, the legal requirements, unless cther-
w i*e ordered.
LIBERAL DEDUCTIONS will be made
tar All transient and foreign advertisements
must he prepaid to secure publication.
bar Ml letters on busines*, or communications
lor publication, must be addressed to
SCRUGGS A, DUMBLE.
City Rttsiness Directory.
D r. w
C. AsH ER has removed his office from
Norcross Corner to the junction of Mari
etta and Walton street*, where he can tie found at
all hours, when not proiessionally engaged
John For*, U. S. A., commanding
Military District (Georgia, Florida, and
Maj or General
Alabama) Office at Headquarters, on Marietta
street, Atlanta Ga.
Colonel J. b Mei.ine, Chief of Bureau of Civil
Affairs, and General Inspector of Registration
for Third Military District. Office at Head
Brevet Brigadier General Wm. McKee Dunn,
Assistant Jud. Advocate Geaeral U. S. A.,
Judge Advocate Third Military District. Office
at IleadquaD vs.
Brevet Major Wm. H Kmtthe,Captain 16thUnited
States Infantry, Acting Assistant Judge Advo
cate General. Office at Headquarters.
Lieutenant Colonel E. McK. IIcdhoN, U. S. A.,
Assistant Inspector General. Office at Head
Captain G. K. Sanderson, U. S. A., Acting Assis
tant Adjutant General. Office at Headquarters
Brevet Brigadier General J. J. MlLHAD. Surgeon
U. S. A., Medical Director Third Military I>i>
trict. Office corner of Broad and Marietta
Brevet Brigadier General Rtjfds Saxton. Chief
Quartermaster Office at Headquarters.
BreVet Lieutenant Colonel H. J. Farnsworth.
Depot Quartermaster. Office Forsyth street,
Brevet Captain C. A. Rockwell, Chief Ordnance
Officer. Office corner of Broad and Marietta
Major E. D. Judd. P. M. U. 8. A., Chief Pay Mas
ter and Disbursing Officer Third Military Dis
trict. Office corner of Broad and Marietta
Brevet Major T. C. Sullivan, C. 8. United States
Army, Cnief Comm usury oi Subsistence. Office.
Room NO 1 Willingham Buildings, corner of
Decatur and ivy streets.
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA.
Brevent Brigadier General Caleb C. Siblky, Col
onel !fl(h L. S Intantry. Commanding District
of Georgia, 16th U. 8. Infantry and Assistant
Commissioner Bureau R. F. ind A. L. State ol
Gtnrgia. Office at Headquarters, Markham's
building, Whitehall st-ect.
First Lieutenant John E. IIosxek. Adjutant 16th
U. 8. Infantry and Acting Assistant Adjutant
General. District of Georgia. Office at Head
Fir-1 Lieutenant E. P. Dohkrtv. Bth U. S. Caval
ry, on duty with Heedquarters, District of
Major J. R. Lewis. 44th U. S. Infantry, Assistant
Inspector General, Bureau R. F. and A. L., Stale
of Georgia. Office at Headquarters.
Brevet Major Fred. Musesach, V. R. 0., Sub. Asst.
Com. Sub-Dist. Atlanta Bureau K., F. & A. L..
Office, building opposite the Post Office, Broad
post or Atlanta,
Corn posed of the Counties of Cobb, Fulton, Camp
bell Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Fayette, Clayton,
Spalding, Henry. Newton, DeKalb, Milton.
Gwinnett and Butts.
Brevet Brigadier General Thomas H. Roger, Col.
3fd United states Infantry, Commanding Post.—
Headquarters, Room No. 8. Willingham Build
ing, corner of Decatur and Ivy streets, Atlanta.
Brevet Captain O. C. Knapp, 1st Lieut. 83d U. 8
Infantry, Post Adjutant. Office at Headquar
First Lieutenant C. S. Ilsley, 16th U. 8. In
fantry, Acting Assistant Quartermaster and
Acting Commissary Sub-istance, Post. Office.
Room No. 7, W.illingham Building.
OPINION JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
IW WESTEKS ft ATLANTIC RAILROAD—
18b miles—Fare, cent* per mile.—Campbell
Wallace. Superintendent; John B. Peck, Master
Transportation; Wm. W. Clayton, Treasurer; Ika
H. Taylor, Auditor; J. H. Flynn, Master Machi
nist; W. G. Gramlino, 8. C. Shop*; CHARLES B.
Wallace, Gen. Agent; W. R. Webster, General
Ticket Agent; R. A. Bacon, Gen’l Freight Agent;
John M. Bridges, Agent at Atlanta:
NIGHT PA88KNGEB TRAIN—DAILY.
Leave Atlanta .... 7.00 p.M.
Arrive at Chattanooga • • 4.00 A.M.
Leave Chattanooga - 4.30 i\M.
Arrive at Dalton ...
Arrive at Atlanta
DAILY PASSENGER TRAIN—DAILY,
Leave Atla *1 - . - - 8.60 A.M
Leave Dalton ... 2.55 p.M |
Arrive... Chattanooga - - 5.25 P.M. i
Leave Chattanooga - 4.50 A.M.,
Arrive at Atlanta ... 1.15 p.41. |
DALTON ACCOMMODATION TRAIN—DAILY, !
Leave Atlanta .... 3.15 p.M.
Arrive at Dalton - - . 11.40 p.M.
Deave Dalton - - . - 1.30 P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta ... 10.30 A.M.
The Proprietors of the Daily and Weekly Opinion
havimg just received an A1 lot of
JOB PRINTING MATERIALS,
Together with a number of
Hoe’s Fast Printing Machines,
Are prepared to fill orders for any kind of
IX A SUPERIOR nANNER.
ORDERS SOLICITED POR
plain and ornamental
CATALOGUI LIST OF WORK FXECCTED POR
ffifP GEORGIA RAILROAD—171 miles—Fare
live cents per mile.—John P. King, President; K.
W-^colk, Superintendent; G.T. Anderson, Agent
DAT FA88ENGER TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta 6.00 A M.
Arrive at Augusta 6.46 P.M.
Leave Augusta $.00 A.M
Arrive at Atlanta 6.00 P.M.
NIGHT PA88XNGER TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta 7.15 p.M.
Arrive at Augusta. 6.10 A.M.
Leave Augusta «.UJ P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta 4.15 A.M.
NIGHT THROUGH FREIGHT TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta 6.40 P.M.
Arrive at Augusta 9.57 A.M.
Leave Augusta 6.10 P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta 8.05 A.M.
City Hn*tnan* IHrtuXory.
sours Jt shoes.
•IfiA iluO'l'a, SHOES and LEATHER.
Xf'H NEW STORE—NEW GOODS
r gk. Extra Inducements to buyers at Wholesale
Mditetail. Peachtree street, opposite Cox & Hill.
myAM'iin GEO. W. PRICE.
G. H. A A. W. FORCE, Wholesale and
K 1 Retail dealer* in BOOTS and SHOES—sign
“ f^»r Itig Iron Boot. Large assortment always
on baud for City trade. Whitehall street, At
lanta, Ga. my2-6m
MERCHANTS AND GROCERS.
“Plague Take the Hindmost!”
SWANSON, BOYKIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
D R U GGISTS,
Whitehall street Atlanta, Ga.
P HYSICIANS, Dealers, Country Merchants and
the public generally, are invited to call and
examine our large and varied assortment of
PUKE DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
We buy entirely from Importers and Manufac
turers, and we feel coutident that we can give en
tire satisfaction to all who will come and
price our goods.
We keep constantly on hand Window Glass,
Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Combs.
Perfumery, T oilet soaps. Fancy Articles, Ac., and
in fact everything usually found in a FIRST
CLAsS IIOU'sE. A large supply of F. W. DevoeV
celebrated GENUINE (Diamond 8) WHITE
on hand and to arrive. Contractors and
V .l ROBERT A CO., General Commission j Painters will Bud it to their interest to give us
. itmiiiMs, and Agents for Manufacturers a rail lieiore purchusliing elsewhere.
...a iV,;ucers. at the Bridge, on Broad street and 1 PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED BY A
•nil '.id, Atlanta. Ga. A. J. KOBERi,
v yy KOH4 KT i COJl11. lhS l 1 UARMALEUTIST.
—| Call and examine for >ourselvts. Now is the
!'>• > < K'»i. fc.lt-, De aler is Iamilv Gkg- ' time to get vour Drugs ('heap, for Cash,
*1 o i s and COUNTRY I'HoDtrcK. Whitehall, one I s e d—tiSiu SWAN -ON. BOYKIN A CO.
n nr 1 oji Mitchell strer.t, Atlanta. Ga CnOiOB I _ _____
a"g2- ,m SI OOP OOP
BAJtAXMS AJfV BROKERS j
r l Mi t- GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK. Bank I
\ 1»AIK A REESE, AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Merchants. Sign, Auction House. White
ball »lreel, Atlanta. Ga. fe3<)— ly
i >ETER LYNU1, Wholesale and Retail Gko-
cta, and dealer in Varieties, Whitehall street,
Atlanta. Ga Ie28—ly
b LYIN-s PARROTT. WHOLESALE GKO-
1 i.l> AND COMMISSION* MERCHANTS,
• Front, Peachtree street, Atlanta, Ga.
MACON & 1VK8TEKN RAILROAD.—103
Fare, five cents per mile—A. J, WHITE,
President; E. 11. Wai.k.jh, Superintendent; It. A.
Anderson, Agent at Atlanta:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Macon ...
Arrive at Atlanta ...
Leave Atlanta ...
Arrive at Macon ...
Leave Macon -
Arrive ip Atlanta ...
Leave Atlanta ...
Arrive in Macon ...
- 7.45 A.M.
2 00 P.M.
- 4.10 A.M.
& WEST POINT RAIL-
D—87 miles—Fare, per mile—John P.
King, President; 8. P. Grant, Superintendent;
R. M. Farrar, Agent at Atlanta:
day passenger train—going get.
Leave Atlanta 7.00 A.M.
Arrive at West Point 12.00 M.
day passenger train—coming in.
Leave West Point 12.40 P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta 6.30 P.M.
JUOP MONTGOMERY A WEST POINT RAIL
ROAD.—Daniel U. Cram, Superintendent.
Leave West Point - . 10.15 A M.
Arrive at Columbus ... 1.44 P.M.
Arrive at Montgomery ... 4.25 p.M.
Leave Montgomery ... 7 00 a.M.
Leave Columbus ... 1.11 p.M
Arrive at West Point - . 1.03 P.M
ueut. h 1-. Jones,Cast ier; Darwin G. Jones, Tel. 1
.er; Edward H. Jolls, Book-Keeper. DIKED- I
lOH'—.louu Rico, Jc.hu Collier, E. E. Raw sou, 8. '
k I 1 W W Ciavton. f«20—ly |
J ll. JAMES, BANKER AND BROKER, AT-
* lanta. G., buys and sells Gold, Silver, Bond*,
stocks and Bank Bills. Exchanges Bonds, makes
Investments for parties in Bond* and Stocks;
allow- interest on Deposits when left for two
months or longer fe20—ly
M G DOBBINS A CO., BROKERS, corner ot
. White nail and Alabama streets.
Rr/«r>i-mM—Trisbee A Roberts, New York; Uop-
k in-. 1 cow bridge A Dwight. New Y'ork; B. U.
" * r ren, vugusta. Ga ; l). F. Fleming, cnurlestoni
8.C.. J. D. Cuuuinghuia. Montgomery, Ala.; r’
Peter-.. Atlanta; K Austell, Atlanta; Edward
Paddle font. Savannah. Ga.
SALE ON TIIE POPULAR
GIVING EVERY PATRON A
Handsome and Reliable Watch!
For the low Price of Ten Dollars!
Without Regard to Value,
AND NOT TO HE PAID FOR UNLESS
PERFECT!. Y SA TISFA CTOR Y.
$250 to $1,000
A 7 ED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED
81 \d E> A ai stell. President; W. H. Tcllek
Cvhi. i DIRECTORS—A. Austell, M. U. Dob-
t .r>, Y\ . R. Phillips,Jesse McLendon, J. U. James.
Special attention paid to Collections in Atlanta
Ami through this section. Prompt returns made
at tne lowest current rates. Our New York Cor
respondent, thu Fourth National Bank, to whom
we refer. leSO-1 y
^ Dealer in Furniture, Upholstery and
Vi making; Parlor and Bed Room Sets, and
furniture Repaired, by A. EKGKN'ZlN-
*1 ' t.ER, Hunter street, between Whitehall and
*r> or aug7—2m
t im« ago ale depot—m. e. kenny, Pro
/ prietor dealer in Brandies, Wines, Whiskies
aua Segars. Chicago Ale always on hand. No
14 Alabama street, Atlanta. Ga aug4—6m
100 Milid Gold Hunting Watches
1UU Magi,- < used i-told V\ atcues itsi to
1U0 L.v:ii-s Watches. Enameled 100 to
200 (.old limiting CI1101.meter
Wall hrs 250 to
200 Gold tinting English Levers *A0 to
300 Gold llucling Duplex Watches 150 to
50u Gold H utit lug American
Watches 10b to
500 Silver Hunting Levers 50 to
60O silver Hunting Duplexes 75 to
500 Gold Ladies YVatches 60 to
1.000 Gold Hunting Lepines 50 i«
1 0U0 Miscellaneous silver Watches.. 50 to
2 500 Hunting Silver Watches 25 to
5.000 Assorted Watches, all kinds... 10 to
Lsl'ON A WINN, Attorneys at Law, At
lanta. Ga. Oinoe, Granite Block, Broad
KOBT. A. ALSTON,
L. J. WINN.
UHKltoW A SIMPSON, ATTORNEYS AT La>V
X Atlanta, Ga. Office corner Whitehall and
Alabama streets, over James’ Banking House.
Entrance on Alabama street.
H. P. FARROW,
fc»—ly O. F. SIMPSON.
A etna life insurance
Assets. $5,000,000 WM. JEK1'• ..uncial
Agent. Lynch’s Building, corner ol Alabiuna and
'' aitehail streets, second floor. myS-iy
M. ft J. C. Alexander.
B Whitehall street. Iron, Steel, Nail*. Car
riage materials, Tools for all trades, Build
ing Material*. Rolling Cloths. Farming
implement*. J. 1L ft J. C. ALEXANDER.
Jk TOMMKY ft STEWART, Dia
4Tm Hakdvau, Ieon and steel cdtlkby,
nrjP Too La of all klada, Makneim, Bbidle*,
.▼ Collars, Lkatmex, ate, Sign of the Mill
J» w e»U Gama Cock, Whitehai! »treet, ftUaata,
lyEve ry patron obtains a Watch by
this arrangement, costing but $10, while it
may be worth $1,000. Xo partiality
We wish to immediately dispose of the above
magimiceut Stock. Certificates, n.>miug the arti
cles. arc placed in sealed envelopes, and well
mixed Holder* are entitled to the article.- named
ou their certificate upon payment of Ten Dollars,
whether it be a Watch worth $1,000 or one worth
le a. The return of any of our certificates enti
tles you to the article named thereon upon pay
ment. irrespective of its worth, and a* no article
valued less than $10 is named on any certificate,
it will at once be seen that this is
No Lottery, but a straightforward legitimate
transaction, which may be participated in
even by the most fastidious!
A single certificate will be sent by mail, post
paid, upon receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven
for $2. thirty-ihice and elegant premium for $5.
sixty six and more valuable premium for $10, one
hundred and most superb Watch for $15. To
Agents, or those wishing employment, this is a
rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
busiue.-s, duly authorized by the Government,
and o en to the most careful scrutiny. Try usl
WKIOllT. BIiO~ & CO- Importers,
161 BROADWAY', New York.
8peak.their own praise wherever planted.
DAVID LAXDRETH ft SON
WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
O N and after June 18th, 1867, Passenger Trains
will run as follows:
8.45 A. M. Daily (except Sundays) Express
Passenger—Arrive at Dalton at 2.30 p.
M., connecting with K. T. and Ga. K. R.
trains for Knoxville, Lynchburg, Wash
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New
York. Arrive at Chattanooga 5 25 p. m
connecting with trains of Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad for Nashville. Louis
ville, aud the West, and trains of Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad for Mem
phis. New Orleans, etc.
3.50 P. M. Daily (except Sundays) Dalton Ac
commodation.—Arrive at Marietta 5.45,
Cartersville 8.06, Kingston 9.00, Dalton
7.00 P. M. Daily Great Northern Mail—Arrive
at Dalton at 1.16 a. M., connecting with E. T.
andGa. R. R. trains for Knoxville, Lych-
burg, Washington, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, anu New Y’ork, arrive atCHATTA-
nooga 4.10 a. m., connecting with trains ol
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad for
Nashville, Louisville, and the West, and
trains of the Memphis and Charleston Rail
road for Memphis, New Orleans,etc
ARRIVE AT ATLANTA.
1.41 A. M. Daily Great southern Mail.—Leav
ing Chattanooga 4.30 p. m., connecting
\\ ith trains of Nashville and Chattanooga,
and Memphis and charleston Railroads
Clerks of Courts,
Bills of Lading,
Mar if si..,
Bills ot Fare,
• At Home” Cards,
>1,0 ' Cards,
Certificates of Stock,
Etc., etc., etc.
THE DAILY OPINION.
TUESDAY MORNING: :: :OCTOBER 1.
UHI0H REPUBLICAN PARTY OF GEORGIA.
ADOPTED BT THE STATE CONTENTION,
Atlanta, July 4th, 1867.
Whereas, We, humbly acknowledging our de
pendence upon an overruling Providence, who
shapes the destinies ol men andnations, thank Al
mighty God for having, through agencies and in
strumentalities in His wisdom u.q otd, preserved
our Government when its deepest foundations
were being shaken l y the mighty upheavingsof
the recent rebellion And
Whereas, The loyal men of Georgia desire the
earliest practicable settlement of the disturbed
condition of the country: and whereas, we believe
that the establishment of justice is essential to cn-
luring peace, that patriotism should be exalted
as a virtue, and it is the duty of the State to cher
ish all its people; and whereas, those who assert
these principles are called Republicans, through
out the Union. Therefore,
Resolved, 1st. That we adopt the name of the Union
Republican party of Georgia, and declare our
selves in alliance with the National Republican
party of the Union, and for the unconditional sup
port of the Union of these States.
Resolved, 2. That we pledge our heartv support
to the reconstruction measures of the Congress of
the United States.
Resolved, 3. That it is the duty of the State to
educate all her children, and to that end, we re
commend the establishment of a general system
of free schools.
Resolved. 4. That the Union Republican Party is
identified in its history and by its essential prin
ciples with the rights, the interests and the digni
ty of labor, and is in sympathy with the toiling
masses of society, and that the working men of
Georgia will receive at its hands every encourage
ment and assistance that may be neeessary to pro
tect their full rights; and, that in the mainten
ance of the position taken and the principles
we have this (lay avowed, we cordially Invite the
co-operation of all citizens, without regard to their
Resolved, 5. That the Union Republican Party
of the State of Georgia pledges itself to maintain
the free and legal rights of all men. and tc
1 abide by the prescribed terms of restoration, in
1 electing to office those men only who can comply,
in all respects, with the requirements of the Act-ol
Congress, ami who prefer the Government ofthc
United States to any other that could be framed.
FROM THE NEW TORE PRESS ASSOCIA TION.
JS^Orders from our friends and the public
generally are respectfully solicited.
OUR MOTTO-NEAT, QUICK* CHEAP.
GEORGIA WEEKLY OPINION.
T he publication of this journal
commenced Tuesday, August 6th, and it will
hereafter regularly Issue
Every Tuesday Morning.
THE WEEKLY OPINION
Is presented to the public, pledged to the advoca
cy o; the DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES
adopted bv the STATE CONVENTION held In
Atlanta. July 4th, 1867.
To secure the triumph of the policy indicated in
the declaration named, will be the primary object
of the conductors of the paper This announce
ment is made after mature reflection, and reasons
for the adoption of this course, w ill appear as
occasion may require.
THE WEEKLY OPINION
Will be a complete record of news from all points,
made up from the Daily. Comments upon the
Events < f the Hour, Politics, the regular dis
patches of the Press Association, Market Reports,
State news and Miscellaneous intelligence, w’H
be given as full as possible. To make it
A FIRST CLASS FAMILY NLWSPArEE,
aud Dalton at 7 50 P. m., connecting with
„ . ‘rain* Ol E. T. aud (ia. Railroads. I A welcome visitor atevery fireside, will bo the aim
9.4a A. M. Daily (except Sundays) Dalton Ac- i , . ,
COMMODATION —Leave Dalton at 1.25 a. i, °* ,ts t ' ol,,luctols , who ,eel confident that zealous
Kingfion 4 :W, Curtei sville 5.15, Marietta 8. 1 ml untiring efforts will command success, and
12.05 P. Jl. Daily (except Sundays) Express thereby enable them to contribute to the welfare
Passenger.— Leave Chattanooga at 3 20 a.
m., making close connections w ith trains i
of Nashville and ULattaiif<oga, and Mem- 1
phi* and Charleston Railroads, and Dal- j
ton at 6.25 a. m., connecting wit h trains ot
East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad. I
PULLMAIPS PATENT SLEEPING COACHES \
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
JOHN B. PECK,
j*‘18 Master Transportation, j
of the public generally, as well as the State at
togr MAIL STALL LINE FROM ATLANTA !
TODAH LON EGA —
Leave Atlanta Monday, Wednesday and
Friday .... «oo A.M. j
Arrive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 UP P.M. i
New Freight Route.
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VIA GRAND JUNCTION ft CHATTANOOGA. J foregoing terms.
Letters on business, or communications, should
1 be addressed to SCRUGGS & DUMBLE,
aug—tf Atlanta, Ga.
Charge for Insurance. Drayage, Com
missions or Forwarding.
The following low rate has been agreed to,
takiug effect JULY 20th, 1S67:
1st Class per 100 pounds $1.75
2d Class per 100 pounds 1.50
3d Class per 100 pounds 1 25
4th Class per 100 pounds fc 1.00
Through Bills of Lading will be given at point
of shipment, and all loss, damage and overcharges
will be promptly settled at point of delivery.
Tariff, show ing classification, etc., may be ob
tained at office of Western ft Atlantic Railroad.
jy24— 3m JOHN B. PEL'K, M. T.
O O F 1 N G
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Xe. 20 WALL STREET,
Cor. of Xatian street New York.
YTTE buy and sell at the most liberal current
TV prices, and keep on hand a full supply of
GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES,
SEVEN THIRTIES, and COMPOUND INTER
EST NOTES, and ex-eeuteorders for purchase and
sale of STOCKS, BONDS and GOLD.
We convert the several issues of Seven-Thir
ties at tne most favorable market rates into Five-
Twenties, which, at present p>ice ef gold, yield
the holder about one per cent, more interest per
annum. Circulars with full particulars furnished
aug27—d3m JAY COOKE & CO.
Having established a Manufactory of the well
Felt, Cement and Gravel Roofing,
The undersigned would call tha specialjattention
of builders, and persons about to build, to this
STYLE OF ROOFING. It is cheaper and more
durable than any other Roofing in use, aud is
FIRE-PROOF, and has been thoroughly tested, as
can be seen by reference.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. Roeflng of all
Roofing Felt and Roofing Material for Sale-
Samples and references can be seen at the cor
ner ef Whitehall end Mitchell street*, or at the
Menu factory, on Foundry itrvot jeer of Wlnihlp’a
Foundry. «. A. SMITH.
Rev. C. F. P. BANCROFT, Principal.
F IR'T CLASS BOARDING SCHOOLS for both
i*exes; $100 9U In advance. Next session, twen
ty weeks, begins November 13. 1867.
For circulars, with full particulars, address the
Princiual, or 0. C. CARPENTER, Supt.,
sepia—d2m Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
8. nOTHtCBILD. F. ROTHSCHILD.
S. ROTHSCHILD tc B BO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS &c SHOES,
rroB etreot, New York
General Breckinridge’s Last Official
Act.—Major T. P. Ochiltree, of the Hous
ton Telegraph, tells the following in a late
letter from Paris:
John C. Breckinridge, at a dejeuner, yes
terday, told of his last act of authority as
Secretary of War. It was on the coast of
Florida—the General was pursued by the
Federal cavalry; they were beating the
country in every- direction; a “friend in
need” came to Ins rescue—he was one of
Brevard’s gallant old regiment of the Army
of Virginia. He said: “Gineral, I have an
old boat here that mout carry us to Kurby;
anyhow we’ll try it on.” So he worked
away all that night raising the boat from
where he had sunk it to conceal it from
the Federals. He worked faithfully and
energetically in patching it up and bailing
it, artificially finishing it up and putting
in a few provisions. General B. grasped
the noble fellow by the hand and said to
him : “I will have but few more hours of
authority, but such services as you have
rendered your country deserve reward.
You shall be a Major. I will make out
your commission now.” He was exceed
ingly thankful, but remained scratching
his head in a thoughtful attitude. “Well,
my friend,” said the General. “Well, you
see, Gineral, thar’s a feller in our regiment
what hain't done nothin’, and lie is a Major
and a Quartermaster, and if it’s all the same
to you, I would jistlike to rank him for
011st.” It is needless to say that the “going
out” Secretary of War instantly wrote the
battle scarred but humble hero a commis
sion as Lieutenant Colonel. A faet.
The B§nf.s of Bull Bun.—A correspon
dent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writ
ing of a visit to the battle field of Bull
The first sight that greeted my eyes at
Manassas Junction was a forcible repdnder
ot the war. The huge piles of hones,
horse bones, and. sad to say, hupian bones
intermingled, lay whitening rl<ht in front
of the hotel. They are picked up off the
battle field by the owners rt the soil, and
carted here for shipment ky the ears, to be
ground into fertilizers aJ some mill in Bal
timore. The price lyre is “a penny a
pound,” 011c of Fairbank’s platform scales ;
to weigh the deliveries, and several tons of j
bones have been shipped. One man. with
a girl to help Mini* collected in two days
ciiough to come to §10. My landlord, a
Pennsylvania Dutchman named Vainer,
brought otk » long and powerful looking
bonelfropi behind the bar. saying: “Here
now is some poor fellow’s thigh bone.”
The was not to inspire cheerful re-
flectrtms. In another great heap were
piled masses of camp-kettles, musket bar
rels, wheel tires, solid shot and broken
shells, fragments of swords, bits of wagon
gear, old rusty fire locks and the like. This,
too. is for the market, the last relicts of the
huge debris of destruction of which every
battle is the fruitful parent.
Communication from Ex*Govcriior
Savannah, Sept. 27, 1SG7.
Editors of the Republican: I see it stated
this morning, in one of tiie papers of the
city, that a ticket was printed and exten
sively circulated, naming myself and oth
ers as candidates for the Convention to be
held in Georgia. I had hoped that I should
not be under the necessity of appearing
before the public in relation to this matter;
but I should do myself injustice to permit
the announcement to pass without notice.
I knew nothing of the framing of the
ticket. My name is on it without my au
thority or consent, and in opposition to my
feelings and desires. I atn not a candidate
for the Convention, nor shall I be. By
birth, a North Carolian. a citizen of Geor
gia for the last fifty years, yet having but
recently removed to’this city, I feel tliajt
modesty and propriety alike*require that I
should defer to the claims ot older and
well-established citizens, who are in every
way as competent to serve the public as
myself. J. Johnson.
Washington, Sept. 2S, 1867.
Official information was received, to-day,
of an effort whieh had been made In Gen.
Pope’s district, to throw open the registra
tion lists, by virtue of the proclamation of
amnesty recently issued. It appears that
S. F. Rice, once a member of the Alabama
Legislature, has applied to the Montgome
ry Board of Registration, whicli is revis
ing the list in that city, and asked to lie
registered, at the sariMi time producing the
oath taken by him, ml^^he proclamation
of September 10. Under Gen. Pope.s in
struction the Board refused to register
him. M.. Rice at once proceeded before
the United States Commissioner and
made affidavit of the fact, with a view
of testing the case in the United States
New Orleans, Sept. 20.—General Mower
issued, to-day, an order modifying the
military orders relative to juries in th®
State of Texas so as to render it practica
ble to obtain juries in that State. The or
der requires jurors to be drawn from those
registered, and none others, and no other
oath Is requir, 1 * '.an that of registration.
The election • , t oft quietly both day*.
No official returns are as yet in. In the
fourth municipal district the total vote
polled is 1.260. The Republican desponds
of the vote being large enough to render
the election valid, and says i_ white
vote—about one-tenth of the whole vote of
the city—is estimated at twelve thou-and.
while the number registered is tweaiy-
eighfi thousand. Several instances were
noticed of negroes voting, or attempting
to vote, under different names from that
on register papers.
Washington, Sept. 29.—Prof Charle*
King, President of Columbia College. New
York, is dead.
Florfjnck, Sept. 29.—Garibaldi has writ
ten a letter from prison in which he *ays
the Romans have slaves who have right*
against oppressors. It is tho duty of the
Italians to help them, and hopes ids fellow
patriots are undiscouraged and will march
on to the liberation of Rome. The eyes of
tiie world are upon them; nations anx
iously await the result of their actions.
Later accounts represent the riots as -e-
rious. In some cities the mobs an* fu*r •<»
• and obstinate, troops using bayonets an
j occasionally bullets—many killed am
New York, Sept. 29.—Gen. Scott’s will
lias just l>ccn probated. It bequeaths tin*
Pulaski sword to West Point; that worn
in the Mexican war to his grandson Win
field Scott lloyt.
Haytian dates to the Sth have been re
ceived. Tho country is ia extraordinary
excitement. Gold is fabulously high. Pro
visions are scarce. Flour twenty dollars
in gold. Cacos is still in arms against ^xl-
vane—had pillaged d’Elmarie. a town in
Charleston, Sept. 29.—Gen. Canby ha»
issued General Order No. 92, a< follows:
Numerous and well founded representa
tions having been made tliac illegal and
oppressive taxes have been imposed indif
ferent sections of the States of North Car
olina and South Carolina, it is ordered that
the collection of taxes be suspended in the
First—Whenever any tax is cr shall 1>
imposed otherwise than under the authori
ty of the Government of the l. nited States
which, by tho terms of the act Imposing
the same, or by the action of the public
authorities thereunder, shall apply to a:n
property or rights parted with, or any
transaction made and completed prior t >
tiie adoption of the act authorizing t!i
Second—Whenever the power of <
gre-s to regulate commerce with f«>r»*i _ ’
nations and among the several Mate i
impugned by the imposition ol tax* s •
criminating in commercial transactior -
favor of resident citizens and again ; i.'
citizens of foreign nations or other >: 1
of liie United States.
Third—Whenever any tax is or -a
' hereafter he imposed for the purpo-e
discharging any obligation contract*
aid and furtherance of the rebellion a^.iin-t
the government and authority of th«
United States, or to reimburse the public
Treasury, or to any local body, or publii
officer, or other person, for any expendi
ture on account of any such obligation «c
Commanding officers of posts arc author
ized to suspend the collection of any tax
embraced in these paragraphs, reporting
their action and tiie grounds and ail proofs
relating thereto to these headquarter*.
Nashville, Sept. 30—All perfectly quiet
on Saturday. The voting was confined
principally to negroes and stringers.
The Mayor receded from his determina
tion of holding polls under the charter of
1858, hut the present officials will hohl un
til ousted by courts or bayonets.
Enameling Ladies’ Faces.—This U the
way it is done:
You first apply to the female face divine
a wash of elder water, whieh removes everj
impurity. This done, you lave tb<- f ee
anew with tepid water, then dry tl» -kin
with fine linen till it is perfect!} -mooth
and velvety. You then apply to thi- -ur-
faee a perfectly white—a pink wbite, or a
cream white enamel. The real Pari- < n-
atnel. or tma l de Paris, is slightly t nt«*d.
It is a paste and cover- tiie surface «m* • r lily ,
making it marble-like. The artificial <<v-
ering. being thick, lu>t.- a long time, but
the face must not be washed. In or '*r to
remove any impurity from the i-k 1. 01-
rath^r the enamel, a small sponge - , pcJ
in rose water is used and the cnamei . irc-
Ristori's face is enameled nightly.
The followers of this fashion are. i;• Eng
land, Miss Burdett Cu'Jit-. and tie fair
lady whose husband ntfttsed to j»a\ veral
thousand pounds for numberles- t Hain
^ The price of a “permanent enameling**
is fifty dollars.
If skillfully done, and the cheek* touched
with rouge, with a little -fixing u *" of
eyebrows, you cannot, at night, and a foot
or two ofl', tell an oid woman from a young
In America the lair Mis 1L follow^ thU
fashion so thoroughly that -be coa .* face,
arms and neck with the pearly preparation.
She is kept in countenance l»y the wealthy
Mrs. B. and sundry others.
The ladiea of the deusi-numds. however,
are the most fervent of the believers iu