OJjl ME II.!
, ta tei of AfT«rtifl*f*
» A weM n£snnmXiwwpor line for tat
cl D .mlViviCKMTgpar line thereafter. The
b« mide tor advertiaemeato
- e "Igfcss than * square, ©Mtuartos. and aU
. l- ul Vpersonal nature Except la eases
* * l * -,al contract, other advertisements will be
! 'V,1 the lollowing rates*.
* “•* , »kk one insertion, <* • $1-®
l)' k ^ .. ’ two insertion!, * • 1-BO
‘I «• three insertions, - * 9.®
« one week. * • • 8.58
.. one month * - * 10.®
« three months. • - « >8.00
“ _. ice per levy of ten lines or less.. -$> 88
* ;Mortgage fl. to. sales, per square.... «00
..jtration... ..............—^— 4 8©
oi application for dismission from
ouaic - Msuip. leavcto 9el j- Land'.;;
Ai A Debtors and Creditors 8 ®
- v V , i.aud, etc., per square. » ®
.«I l-uable property, 10 days, per sqr. 1 60
'•V' Vutitxs,® days 8®
i- ( ; ure ot Mortgage, per sqr, each time... 1 W
-ML REQUIRED FOR L£GAL ADVERTISING.
1 * ..Li Land,etc., by Administrators, Kxecu*
..uardians, are required by law to be held
' j , . t l uesday in the month, between the
1 ‘ ‘ .t ten in the forenoon and three in the af-
- »i the Court House in the county in
ronerty is situated. Notices of those
• -toe give® in a public gazette 40 days
to the day of sale.
• \ , „ of tne sale ot personal property must
, ,\, n in L*-e manner 10 days previous to the
J d A to the debtors and creditors of an estau
‘ , p.o be published 40 days.
x i- mat abdication will be made to the
„i up unary for leave to sell Hand, ete.,
, c pui/tisheU for two months.
• inou- for letters of Administration, Guar*
1: . etc., must be published® days; tor dis-
. .. ii■ nr Administration, monthly • months;
1 lrorn Guardianship todays.
. iur lurcelosure of Mortgage must be pub-
i.ttiiy for 4 months; for establishing lost
. i,.i tnc full space of 8 mouths; for com*
Ji.iitslrom Executors or Administrators,
v, , ,■ i.: has been given by the deceased, the
,„,c ot three mouths.
i ... alums will always be continued aecord-
. i. a -e. tue legal requirements, unless other*
i.Vlih it A L DEDUCTIONS will be made
t i^nj aovertisers.
iar ah transient and foreign advertisements
B i .a prepaid to secure publication.
ty ohUltblA RAILROAD—171 miles—Fare
LvtTuit? pel mile.—John 1*. Kino, President; ft.
O. eoi.-. superintendent; G. T. ANOxneoN, Agent
D1Y P A63KNGX* Tit AIM.
Leave At.anta 7.® A.M,
...vc at .luoUsta 5.® P.M
Lu.t 6.® A.M.
Arrive <t- .vi.AUta .4.® P.M.
x u HU1.NS ON SUNDAY.
.S.uUl t xSSKft'UKK TWAIN.
Leave Atlanta 6-40 P.M.
Pi.vc ... ,v.. s asta 3® A.M.
L .Vi...,la 10.10P.M.
arrive at Atlanta 7.46 A.A1.
AlLAMA A WEST POINT RA1L-
!; ..j- '< miles—Pare, per mile—John P.
...v i'n ldciit; 3. P. gkant, Superintendent;
i. j! 1 isrtAk, Agent at Atlanta:
ft LAI .'ILK aKKAN’GKAIKNT.
I’aT l AastNOLH TWAIN—OLTWABD.
11 ..vc Atlanta 1:15 A.M.
A.;He :it V' est Point 1:10 P.M.
PAT I'AfiSKNGLK TRAIN—1NWAID.
if Wot l'oint 19:S5P.M
.Unu at Allauia 6:16 P- M.
v . 1 IT IKLUiUT AND PA88BNOBB— OLTWABD.
I ,.u Atlanta 4:8UP. M.
.. .Hi at rt est i'ulut 13:46 P. M.
Sl'iQT FKKIGUT AND PAS8KNGKII—INWARD.
1 v t Best Point ..11:40 A.M.
A ii .it Atlanta 6:45 A. M.
DsT m.vcon a western railroad.—iub
fare, hve cents per mile—A. J. Whita,
■■ at. t. if. U a lax a, superintendent; it. A.
. Ltagent at Atlanta:
OAT PAaaXNGBB TRAIN.
ir mail si age line prom atlanta
i* vuauta aiouuay, Wednesday and
• L 1 ' lu>,Thursday and Saturday 7 ® P.M.
• t ..i At.anta
• i Atlanta
at .vi aeon
}> ~ Atlanta
l% «* 4a -llut OH
•‘-1/ tL AS, CLOC'A'O, JJC WJCLJt Y, AC.
, • il r.i,M an, dealer in Watches, Clocks
Jewelry, silver Ware and Fancy
— , a »>oiu Fens and Spectaclts, corner
““ 1 r tiu and VV uuehall streets, (old Nor
• >-. -'tl. iita, Ga. W atches, Clocks, Jew-
' <*;«1 anil warranted
*'• '* nULLllAli, Dealer in Watches,
s.', -IcViciry, Gold Pens, Spectacles,
1 • ** uiicliall street, s<i door above M.
• ' a Lu.'.' Look store, Atlanta, Ga.
- in fcOoi style and warranted.
/A’H L'H AJfCX.
L I t K iNsL KANCE COMPANY—
* ’’® ,ouo. Wa. Jknnings, General
: uciis building, corner of Alabama and
■ ' - i in is. s«T/.nd floor. myV-ly
- -fc£ E JEi> 3yL IsT IsT
ULaUVR in first clans *
VA l! ! ,K ^. J ^ LKY ’ »1VER TABLE
u> - table ltjtleky,
Aft d every article pertain-
k ln K to a Na. l Jeweler’s
. • n, ‘L Watches and Jewelrv
• prouq.tly, and wairantcd torivtwmm
A in'h-ilT'rr.. t 1 t l com . er ot MarietuT aSu
. hal1 - fvLcts, where orders will be promptly
Dentist Office, —
‘“ 11 '"'V : liroad street, ailjumin. B*.lro»d
ituu.q s*. 8 ,
hick OVEK M titOH » ,808.,
' "ftce Sign It. D. BaDOEu
i i>. a—
1 • 11 * * M. A. OLCOItT
tv-uanccrs and Commission Msrchanta,
(>NT - N "-. ^2 and 64 Mnrkit street,
* u’-w Ui : ALABAMA
ii* < s'lu; siiccial attention totvrwv
rVl-N Vi-I/J 1 *^i»>-tote, StockS?
1 uK : ‘ii.l go-wU of all de*
' onsignmentj of al kinds re*
. uR.tc.i. maria—dH
" ‘ ■ 111 — 1 —
ATLANTA, QAi, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 23* 1868.
Atlanta and Maw Y#*k v
Western and Atlantic,
—AND— 3 ■' ..rrv
Virginia & Tennessee EailwajB.
ALL RAIL ROUTE!
Time Table, May
Leave Atlanta 7.00 y k
Leave Dalton > ® a M
Leave Knoxville u.17 A ■
Leave Brlsioi 7.18 y jg
Leave Lynchburg •80 a If
Leave YV ashington 7jQ0 rg
Leave Baltimore 8fl6 y u
Leave Philadelphia lJg A U
Arrive at New York 5® A V
Leave New Y ork
Leave Bi istol
Arrive at Atlanta
Time betwoen Atlanta and Sew Torlt, 51 hoars.
. 7 JO y k
.It.® y m
. 8® AM
• A If
. 6.18 r w
. 7.10 A If
• 48 y m
4 46 A M
J£^*The GREAT MAIL between Atlanta and
New York is carried exclusively by this Line.
Sleepln g Coaches on all Sight Trains
GOOO UNTIL USED,
BAGGAGE CHECKED TilROlCH
TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS.
FAST FREIGHT LIME
St Louis, Louisville & Atlanta.
SO CHANGE OF CARS
■ LraliTlile or Hiekaaa
J aa4 Atlanta.
. j . . f«;
REDUCED TO 53 ROUS.
Reduction in Rates.
riAHE ATTENTION OF SHIPPERS U called to
I the following low rates by the “GREEN
LINE’' TO ATLANTA.
_ From Louisville. From St, Ixiuis.
1st Cl ass
~ con per 1® lbs... ®
»nr. Apples, Onions,
„ Potatoes, per bbl
Salt, Cement, Plaster, per
Beaf and Pork, per bbl....
Cera, per bushel
Wheat: Eye, .Barley, per
Through Bills of Lading will be given at
S is 01 Shipment, and all claims for loss, dam-
tad overcharge will be settled promptly at
t of delivery.
„ TharilTs showing Classification, etc., may be
* "5 i * obtained at office of Western and Atl antic R. R.
JOHN B. PI CK. M. T.,
W'. A A R. R.
NEW FREIGHT ROUTES.
riYHl following low rates have been agreed
A between New Orleans and Atlanta, tak
JOHN II. PECK*
Master of Transportation.
W. X A, K. R.
8 6 8.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST,
IJM X^IA^ZnTjA^OXjXS. l
Passengers by this Route have choice of
Twenty-five Different Rentes ts
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Passengers holding tickets by this route to New
Y'ork, l'uila''el|>hia, or Baltimore, caa visit
Washington w ithout extra charge.
B^Farc Same as via Knoxville
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA
Daily at 8:15 a. m. and 7 P*
After arrival of all Southern Trains, and make
close connections to above named cities.
tyCheck Baggage to Louisville, and it
will be re-cheeked to destination on Trains
ot Iamisville and Nashville Railroad be
fore arrival at Louisville.
Magnificent Sleeping Cara
OX ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
AMPLE TIME FOR MEALB&G00D HOTEL*.
effect February 1st, 1868:
Ml Rail via Grand
Junction- ^ ^*^*
Tor Insurance, 1 (ray-
age, Commisson or
1st Class 1 75
Vi Class 1 50
3d Cl a** 1 25
4th Class 1 ®
ROSWELL COTTON MILLS,
• TREDEGAR NAIL WORKS,
J. 6. EARNESTS’ FLOURING MILLS,
Ns. I Psachtres stmt,
By Steamer to Hem-
, “r- or nick-
man, Ky., thence all
Rail without tranship
ment. No charge lor
Drayage or Forward
l>t Class 1 48
Sd Class 1 »
3d Class 1 04
4th Class 84
Through Bills of Lading will be given at points
of Shipment, and all claims for loss or damage
and overcharges will be promptly settled at
points of delivery.
TariA showing Classifications, etc., may be ob
tained at office Western and Atlantic Railroad.
JOHN B. PECK, M. T
RECEIVE U THIS
X A. B-k.
I. T. BANKS’,
OVER ONE HUNDRED CASKS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Style and variety suite! to the Season.
UPPER LEATHER AND CALF SKINS*
Pounds Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather.
SHOEMAKERS’ TOOLS AND STOCK
Of all kinds.
Also,HARNESS LEATHER. Selling for CASH
ONLY, and at prunes satisfactory to the closest
IsaiSMksr Rise Place and Sign.
I. T. BANKS,
Corner Whitehall and Hunter streets,
aprSS Atlanta. Ga.
ASK FOR TICKETS
v ; aivi.T !
M^Tickets by this Route for sate at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta.
JOHN ». PECK,
Master of Transportation.
mays—d3m W. X A. £. R.
Chicago Ale Depot
M E. KKNNVhas constantly on hsadf
• a full supply of the celebratedT
L’S CHICAGO ALE, and is prepared,
to supply dealers in any quantity, lie is
BRANDIES, WINE8, WHISKIES and 8SOARS.
Sample Rooms, No. 11 Alabama street, next do
to the United States Hotel. aprl—dly
Cheapest House in Town !
4 IX Who want to SAVE MONEY before buy ing
yO"ur GROCERIES and DRY GOODS, go to
■OYP, V4LLS A CO.,
Corner Whitehall and MitoUell streets,
ATLANTA * GEORGIA.
spilt -dSm ..
LOOKOUT MO US IAIN
Bev.C.F. r, I*AMC»4»FT, Principal.
O beglai May », 1888.
payable la advance. , , _
K —- — s send for Circular.
Have iu Store and offer to the Trade Mm following
Bottom Prices for Cssti:
A Ci CAR LOADS CHOICE WHITE CORN,
-±U M0 sacks J. O Earnest’s celebrated Family
and Extra Family Flour,
3® sacks B. 7. Earnest’s Extra and Extra
Family Flour—very tine.
1® sacks A. Bowman’s Extra Family Flour,
ISO sacks Brabson’s and Washington Mills
Extra and Family Flour.
K0 sacks Watanoo Mills flour,
1® sacks Nathaniel Kogan’s Choice Family
9® sacks Fresh Ground Cora Meal,
a0 barrels Florida and Southwest Georgia
Cane Syrup—a beautitol and asoaltoat
95 barrels*C ? hoice New Orleans Molasses,
96 barrels Baltimore Geldea syrup,
60 barrels Portland Molasses—cheap,
Ni bags Fair Rio Coffee,
95 bags Good Rio Coffee,
50 bags Prime Rio Coffee,
95 bags Choice Bio Coffee,
10 bags Laguyra Coffee,
to barrels Baltimore Extra C Sugar,
10 barrels Baltimore A Sugar,
5 barrels Baltimore B Sugar,
5 barrels Baltimore Crushed Sugar,
5 barrels Yellow C Sugar,
50 barrels bright Havana Sugar,
50 barrels Fair Havana Sugar,
7 tierces Prime Carolina Rice,
60 boxes Star Candles,
® boxes Starch,
10 i boxes Soap—common and lne,
6® kegs Nalls—all sizes,
10 cases Sardines,
6 < cases Cove Oysters.
5,0® pounds Tennessee Bacon flemi.
96 gross Parlor Matches,
too dozen Mason’s Blacking,
60 boxes (5 lbs. each} Spanish Float Indigo,
5® pounds Madder,
9,0® pounds Copperas,
to dozen Brooms,
to' pounds LeriUard Maccoboy Snuff,
to aests Market baskets,
to> pounds Ground Pepper,
8® pounds Allspice,
M pounds Race Ginger,
a® sacks Virgins Salt,
Besides many other articles usually found in a
g rocery House. Call and examlco our stock be-
•re making your purchases.
FAINS Jt PARROTT.
No. 7 Cherokee Block,
"Virtue or tui Mormon Women.—The
ugvgyru_ r Ljl * jneAt . . . News, published at Salt lake City.
Grfoccrs* Utah, discourses as follows on the guhject
ofaivorce, and the superior virtue'of the
“Numerous complaints appear in the
papers of the day respecting the frequency
of divorce cases. Unscrupulous men and
women, w ith plenty of money, can. with
vciy little trouble obtain judicial sever
ance from the bonds of matrimony in
many states. There is a class of lawyers
East who advertise their callings, and
Diedge their clients success in obtaining
divorces with secresy and dispatch. It »s
said that through their agency cases of
great moral turpitude and dagrant wrong
have oeurred. They do not hesitate at
fraud to accomplish their ends, and an*
pretty sure of obtaining any fees they may
choose to demand, their clients preferring
to pay their exhorbitant charges quietly
than to make any noise over the matter.
But where the people are virtuous, and the
importance of the marriage covenant is
fully impressed upon them, there may be
great liberty given to women without it
being abused. We are demonstrating this
fact in this Territory. There is no place
in the world where ladies enjoy greater
liberty than they do here, yet to their
praise be it spoken, divorces are less frv-
E t among our people.than in any other
i on the continent, of equal population,
gh enjoying the practical liberty con
sistent with the observance of proper reg
ulations. they do not abuse their privi
leges. They set an example of fidelity
and virtue which the women of the entire
nation might, with good results, imitate.
The couiktion of affairs elsewhere, as de
scribed In the public prints, ought to cause
every resident of Utah to feel thankful for
.he new era that has been inaugurated.”
1 BALES AUGUSTA 4-4 SHEETINGS,
IU lu baled Augusta 4-8 Sbirtiags,
to bales Roswell Cotton Yarns.
For sale by FAINS X PARROTT,
No. 7 Cherokee Block,
HERRINC & LEYDEN.
Comprising all Branches of the baslMss repre
sented in the
Custom and Ready Made Departments of
Men’s, Boy’s and Children’s
With FURNISHING GOODS or every description
at LOWER PRICES tor BEADY CASH
ONLY than ever *01(1 in this market.
HERRING A LEYDEN,
Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
F ine au-wooi spring cassimerm, jeans,
Ac., oa consignment, for sale VKKY LOW to
Wbelenale buyers. Merchants are invited to call
and see Styles and Prices.
HERRING A LEYDEN, Agents,
At Wholesale Only.
4 A SHEETING.
-4- 7-8 SKIRTING,
8 4 SHIRTING,
For sale At FACTORY PRICES
„ ^ by
HERRING A LEY DEN, Agents
W hitehall street,
OF TWENTY WEKK3
Board and Tuition, fci®»
46^For particular* send for Cl
C. C.CARPENTER, Sunt
aprlT—dffw Lookout Mo
IIOBNE At GORDON,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
WT&KS, L1QUOKS AND SEGARS,
ia and Ftori-
Atlanta Medical College.
T HE NEXT REGULAR COURSE OF LKO
TUKKS in this Institution will opea on the
hist MONDAY IN MAY NEAT, and coutiuue till
the first of September following.
A. MEANS, M. D., Prof, of General and Modi-
°*D .^■SKSiFE. M. B, Prof, of Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
W. Jf. WESTMORELAND. M. D. t Prof, of
Principles end Practice of Surgery.
JESSE BORING, M D., Prol. of Obstetrics and
Diseases oi Women-
H. V. M. MILLER, M. D., Prod of Clinical
M J 4 * * * * * M i . a jbHNSON, M. D., Prof, of Physiology.
W. A ARMSTRONG. M. D„ Profc of.Anatoesy-
J. G. WESTMORELAND M. D., Proi. of Ma
teria Medico and Therapeutics. ■
G. L. JON Kj*, M. D, Demonstrator of Anatomy.
N. D’ALVIGNY, M. D., Curator.
For further iulormation address
J. G. WESTMORELAND, Dean.
Atlanta, Ga., March 96. 1868—dtf
T0 CONSUMERS OF COAL.
WESTERN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD,*
or*ic* Mxstkb of TaauaroaTkimw, \
Atlanta, Ga., March to, 1886./
•OLE AGENTS for Georgia ajia r ton-
da <n McPherson X Donald SniUhVosie-1|
prated PALE ALE, in U (
after 1 w^tek toe pVesent rate <ff T wo Cents per tea
will See esemed.
b nc ^
mar*—dU Master Transportation
A Live Count in New Haven.—Some
time last fall a stranger applied to a cer
tain lady who keeps a boarding-house in
the city lor boara. He was a foreigner,
and his manner and conversation bespoke
him to be a gentleman. The lady took him
as a boarder, and he remained with her un
til the month of April last. While hoard
ing at her house he became acquainted
with a baker’s daughter, to whom in due
time he was betrothed. He was unremit
ting in his attentions to his aiHanced, and
“all went merry as a marriage bell.”
One fine day last month—if there was
such a day—he announced to his landlady
that he w’as about leaving the city, and to
her profound astonisqinent informed her
that he was a Russian noble, and showed
her papers and a passport, verifying his
He told her that he had been obliged,
several years ago, to fly his native land to
escape the consequences of the displeasure
of the Czar, which displeasure lie had in
curred for some supposed political offen-e;
that he had just received a letter trotn ids
father, a high dignitary of the Empire, in
forming him that the Czar had pardoned
him, and that he must return immediately.
The (Jount, for such he is. bade adieu to the
baker's daughter, and departed, assuring
her that he should return again and claim
her as his bride.
To the Count’s landlady, it seems almost
incredible that for more than six months
she had as a common boarder a lire Count.
Verily, the age of romance is not passed.
New Haven Journal.
Ifl saw on Delaware avenue the other
day a carriage leisurely driven un past the
Club nouse, and out of It descended one of
the handsomest men I had seen fbr a long
time. He waived his hand to a plenum t-
looking lady within, and she continued up
the avenue, while he, at a gentleman's
pace, walked down it. He w*as Millard
Fillmore; the lady was bis wife. For a
politically-dead man. he was a tine-looking
corpse, llis hair was equally, smoothly
white and perfect, and its contrast was as
snow to the clearness of his eyes and com
plexion. He had the robustness of a poli
tician. all the distinguished public servant's
duplexity of throat, a neck and shoulders
like a champagne bottle, and that beuing-
nity of expression which seems com
pounded of a lawyer's shrewdness and a
retired and satisfactory statesmanship.
He looked like a cask of brown aherry
quietly ripening, which the country tasted
and put away for the next generation.
His height and his courtly corpulence, and
the way he put out his feet, reminded me
of Louis Pbiliippe after his at>dication.
conscious that he had been a king, and
that every body was contented to let him
dfs-crown. Fine-looking mediocrity that
he was, 1 was glad to see this honored
home-guard well married, well pleaaed. his
appetite still good for dinner, and the
memory of himself for desert.—Letter from
Mom Violence in Collinsville—For
some time past a bad feeling has prevailed
among some colored people in Collinsville.
On Monday night it broke out In mob vio
lence. One party collecting his followers,
went to another’s boose, broke down the
door, went in and broke up the furniture;
or. in other words, “cleaned out the shanty.
Tuesday the mobbed party was busy or
ganizing a counter-raid, and when night
came on led his followers to the attack.
When they arrived near the house several
Shots were tired through its weather-
boarding, hut no one hit. The house was
entered and its plunder broken up in turn
to the ample satisfaction of the retaliating
mob. but the police authorities were not at
all satisfied. Yesterday six or seven ring
leaders were arrested and sent to Jail u»
await a hearing before the Mayor 1 this
morning.—Journal and Mesemgwr.
gyThe Cohmtbua&un says that some of
the firemen being on the train with due
Brown whilst he was returning from
Savannah, locked the Ex-Governor up ir.
the water closet and kept him there a long
while betore his screams brought the con
ductor to his relief.