ATLANTA, GA^ TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 26,1868.
t.o y l ci
k^JSSSVxT* ww per line ttewafter. The
v^TlzSm wlU be made
V^‘ ,harites WlU « MAmav I
^irine less than a equate,
occupy 1 ®*. personal nature. -.v^. — v~-~~
artw^f contract, other advertisements will Pe
the following rates:
•■^Cuah*, one-insertion, - • fj«r|
U'* ^ >• two insertion*, « • 1<E0
u three insertions, - • *.00
' « one week. ... 8.00
„ .. one month - 10.00
» three months. - - • *5.00
" ,*», cries, per levy of ten lines or less.. .$* 60
abed"•« Mortgage fl. /a. sales, per square.... * 00
^^l ecwi& salee, per sqtisie. 6 00
Ta^' .Jr Letters ol Administration 8 00
11W m lor betters of Guardianship 3 00
< application lor dismission from
tot HuimJsi ton rroi * ®
""iSKie»Ve to i'U Limdl Z'.V.'.V." ’ <8
!? r : 5 8
ureol Mortgage, pCi.’. ’%htlme... 1 00
1 lilt lttyUIitEliFOBLEQAW . TRRTISINU.
v .. lei 0 f Land, etc., by Administrators, Execu-
. uuardiana, are required by law to be held
\.Tuesday in the month, between the
r ten in the forenoon and three in the af-
at the Court House in the county in
u u h ttie property is situated. Notices of these
must be given in a public gazette 40 days
‘ / v ;oU5 to the day of sale.
' s of the sale of personal property must
m like manner 10 days previous to the
d s 'uctV to the debtors and creditors of an eatau
„i -i il>o he published 40 days.
\utice that application will be made to the
; rl ..i ordinary for leave to sell Land, etc.,
_ u . t t>e published for two months,
citations for letters of Administration, Guar-
lauship, etc., must he published 80 days; for dis-
“ .„, uU irom Administration, monthly 6 months;
t ,i admission from Guardianship 40 days,
i: c- tor foreclosure of Mortgage must be pub-
-: ; c i monthly lor 4 months; for establishing lost
xT', for the full space of 3 months; for com-
V mg titles from Executors or Administrators,
w :,cre oond has been given by the deceased, the
n... -pace of three months,
i . dications will always be continued accord-
_ to the-e, the legal requirements, unless other-
jojr LliitttAL DEDUCTIONS will be made
o • i ..rly advertisers.
par* All transient and foreign advertisements
b,.-i ,.c prepaid to secure publication.
fer GEORGIA RAILROAD—171 miles—Fare
Sit ^ents per mile.—JOHN F. Kmu, President; K.
n cols, superintendent; G.T. Anderson, Agent
DAT PA88XNOXB TSAIS.
Lave Atlanta 7.00 AM,
Arrive at Augusta 6.80 P.M
Leave Augusta. B.UU A.M.
Arrive at Atlanta 4.3U P.M
No TRAINS ON SUNDAY.
NIGHT PASflXNGXm TBAIN.
Leave Atlanta 6.10 P-M.
Arrive ai Augusta 3 00 A.M.
Leave Augusta 1010 P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta
pyr- ATLANTA A WEST POINT RAIL-
11 .il»—s7 nnlea—Pare, per mile—John P.
K:>u. lrcsident; L. P. Gbant, superintendent;
K il Laakae, Agent at Atlanta:
DAT FAS8KNGEB. T»‘'“
ave Atlanta w
Arrive at West Point
Lv .’.t- Wet Point 1*-50 P- M
.nt at Atlanta Ai.
s;oUT fHEIGHT AND FA8SXNG11B TBAiN.
Arrive at West Point l»-d» A. Ai.
tale West Point II I - M.
Arrive at Atlanta 6:45 A. M.
BETWCEJ ./ Wo ./!;«;
Atlanta and New York,
1WTO GREEN UNI,
Pay- MACON At W KSTERN RAILROAD.—l(fc
m e-—Fare, live cents per mile—A. J. Whitb,
i’resMeut; E. B. Walkbh, Superintendent; It. A.
A.MiEHso.v, Agent at Atlanta:
DAT rASSANGES TBAIN.
Leave Macon - - - - 7.46 A.M.
Arrive at Atlanta - - - *00 P.M.
L- .iVc Atlanta - 7-ls> A.M.
Arrive at Macon • — • 1-3U P.M.
|Leaie Macon - - 8.40 P.M.
jA.riic in .Atlanta - ... 4.30 A.M.
Leave Atlantia .... 7.16 P.M
. rive in Alacon ... 4.10 A.M.
iar mail siage link from Atlanta
I'C Atlanta Monday, Wednesday and
r relay .... 6.00 A.M
i rut i uesday, Thursday and Saturday 7.UU P.M.
til// Business Directory•
HATCUJCa, VLUCA'S, JEWALK. P, dtC.
11. lik.UMAN,dealer in Watches, Clock?
and Jewelry, Silver Ware and Fancy
«v »iood>, uold Pen, and Spectaclts, corner
wiiAtt d.n ieita and W intetiall ktreeie, (old Nor
n.ti , AiL.nta, Ga. W atcheo, Clocks, JeW-
•v. , lepanedaiid warranted
W M. Lul.l.AlAN, Dealer In Watches.
y> flocks, -lewdry, Oold Pens, Spectacles,
WiiiuliaU street, ml door above M
L a Co.’s BooA Store, Atlanta, Ga.
r-a .a,: 111 fc ot>il style and warranted.
-B- A£ Ai! £6 Adi A. AST 3ST,
dealkk IN F1HST CLASS
"ATches, JEWELRY, S1VER TABLE
, ^KTS, Kl>i E TABLE CUTLERY,
Ana ever y article pertain-
’ *" Ing to a No. t Jeweler’s
V“ >e - Also, une VV atones and Jewelry
■ urtd promptly, and warranted togivt
motion. Call at coruer ot Marietta
- • •jt.naii streets, where orders will be promptly
oral.lie Block; Broad street, adjoining Railroad
HOO.H No. 8,
lOFFICE OVER MEADOR * BR08
N B.—Notice Sign, R. D. Badgbb.
Ej^S r J?BT^2sr OITIBS,
via J: . • j o.;r
Western and Atlantic,
Y irginia & TenneaBoe Railways.
ALL BAIL ROUTE!
Time Table, May 1st, 1868•
Leave Atlanta 7DO t *1
Leave Dalton 38U a M
Leave Knoxville 11.17 A li
Leave Bristol yjg rx
Leave Lynchburg 8 00 ax
Leave Washington 7.00 t it
Leave Baltimore 8J6 T M
Leave Philadelphia l*ii
Arrive at New York 5*0 A M
Leave New York
Arrive at Atlanta
. 7.80 r XT
.11-00 r x
. 3.30 A X
• 80 A X
. 5.85 T X
. 7.10 A X
. »o» r i
. V48 T X
.446 1 1
Time between Atlanta and New York, 57 hour*.
fg^-The GREAT MAIL between Atlanta and
New York is carried exclusively by this Line.
Sleeping Coaches on all Night Trains
GOOD UNTIL USED,
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
SiaLouiSy Louisville & Atlanta.
. ’ a f. - »T t ' a*
1 * — ——*—
NO CHANGE OF CABS
THE REDUCED TO 55 HOURS.
Redaction in Rates.
TO ai *
JOHN B. PECK*
W. A A.
Master oi Transportation^
1 8 6 8.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST,
E. H. Ac II. A. OLCOTT,
Auctioneer* and Commission Merchants,
Nos, 54 and 64 Market street,
" ii -L K«ve special attention m JXVYVv
VA »*)*•? .^hing oi Rear Estate, Stocks?
^ 1 b-'* 11L tit, and gpods of all de-
" becti.d ’!^'bonsignment* of al kiSu^?
?pcctlully solicited. marts—dti
GLO. n. ALLEN Ac CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
N ASH VlLLt! .! 5 . r .? d , ?. n .‘!. C ?. Ufcg . tt . !t^KS8EE
IIM IDX^Isr^-JPOILjXS. 5
Passengers by this Route have choice of
Twenty-five Different Rwutee l.
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Passengers holding tickets by this route to New
York, Pnila<*elphia, or Baltimore, can visit
Washington wiibout extra charge.
ly^Fare Name us via Kmaxville nr
Daily at 8 1~» «. m,
and 7 V*
After arrival of all Southern Trains, and make
close connei'tious to above named cities.
fiyCheck Baorgaore to Louisville, and It
will be re-checked to destination on Trains
ot Louisville and Nashville Raihoad be
fore arrival at Louisville.
Magnificent Sleeping Care
OX AI.L NIGHT TRAINS.
AMPLE TIME FOB MEALS k GOOD HOTEL*.
ASK FOR TICKETS
IS^Tickets by this Route for sale at
General Ticket Office, Atlanta.
JOHN B. PECK,
Master of Transportation,
mays—d3m W. A A. R. R.
mHB ATTENTION OF SHIPPERS is called to
fLjg»> ^followln^ Jow rates by the “GREEN
From St, Louis.
*d Class.......a 1 43
Bd Class i is
4th Class 91
Bacon per 100 lbs 96
Floor, Apples, Onions,
Potatoes, per bbl J. 82
Salt, Cement, Plaster, pet
Beef and Pork, per bi)V.2 73
“ofn, per bushel 35
r hea£ Bye, Barley, per
Through Bills of Lading will be given at
points ol Shipment, and all claims for loss, dam
age and overcharge will be settled promptly at
point of delivery.
Tb&riffs showing Classification, etc., may he
obtained at office or Western and Atl antic R. R.
JOHN B. PECK. M. T. t
marl—d3m W. & A. R. R.
NEW FREIGHT ROUTES.
T HE following low rates have been agreed on
between New Orleans and Atlanta, taking
effect February 1st, 1868
Tito Nxw Rkgimk.—It is understood that
Wholesale- Grocers, SST- wh ‘ ch ’“*
ROSWELL COT TOM MILLS,
TREDEGAR NAIL WORKS,
J. O. EARNESTS’ FLOURING MILLS,
Ns. 7 Peachtree street,
ATE AMT A GRDKGIA,
Hare In Store and offer to the Trade the following
- articles at
All Rail via Grand
Junction. No charge
tor insurance. Dray-
age, Commisson or
1st Class ,...,...1 75
Sr,onus’. i 25
4th Claes i w
By Steamer to Mem
phis, Teun., or Hick
man, Ky„ thence ail
Rail without tranship
ment. No charge for
Dravane or . Forwranl-
lst Class i e
*uuass..:..;::::::. i zo
3d Cl ass 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.
Tariffs allowing Classifications, etc., may be ob
tained at office Western and Atlantic Railroad.
JOHN B. PECK. M. T.,
mart—d3m W. i A. R R.
RECEIVE0 THIS WEEK,
I* T. BANKS’,
OVER ONE HUNDRED CASES
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Style and variety suite! to the Season.
UFFER LEATHER AND CALF SKINS.
Pounds Ilemlook and Oak Sole Leather.
SHOEMAKERS’ TOOLS A^D STOCK
Of all kinds. ,
Also,HARNESS LEATHER. Se|ing Tor CASU
ONLY, and at prices satisfactory to the closest
Remember the Place an} Sign.
I. T. Ii.^NKS,
Comer Whitehall and Ilunfcr streets,
mprt8 Atlanta, Ga.
Chicago Ale Depot
M E. KENNlhas constantly on hand|
• a full supply of the oelebr
LILL’S CHICAGO ALE, and is prep
to supply dealers in any quantiiy. He
BRAHDIES, WINES, WHI8KIX* and BMUUUk
Sample Rooms, No. 14 Alabama street, next do
to the United States Hotel. aprl—dly
Cheapest Mouse In Town !
A LL who want to 9AVE MONEY before buying
your GROCERIES and DRY G»ODS, go to
BOTH, WALLS Sc GO.,
Corner Whitehall and Mitch^l streets,
ATL ANT A GEORGIA.
EdueationaJ_ 0 jnstittition«.
Rev, C. r< p. BANCROFT, Principal.
S UMMER SESSIOlToF - TWENTY WEEKS
May 13.1368. Board and Tuition, fiw.
C. cTcaRPENTER, Superintendent,
aprrf—d3w Lookout >lountain. Tenn. _
Prices for Cash:
A f\ CAR LOADS CHOICE WHITE CORN,
trU 500 sacks J. O. Earnest’s celebrated Family
and Extra Family Hour,
300 sacks R. F. Earnest’s Extra and Extra
Family Floor—very flne,
150 sacks A. Bowman’s Extra Family Fleur,
150 Backs Brabson’s and Washington Mills
Extra and Family Flour,
180 sacks Watanoo Milts Flour,
150 sacks Nathaniel Kogan’s Choice Family
*00 sacks Fresh Ground Corn Meal,
90 barrels Florida and Southwest Georgia
Cane Syrup—a beautiful and excellent
96 barrek^cfhoice New Orleans Molasses,
95 barrels Baltimore Golden Byrup,
50 barrels Portland Molasses—cheap,
50 bags Fair Rio Coffee,
95 bags Good Bio Coffee,
GO bags Prime Rio Coffee,
95 bags Choice Rio Coffee,
10 basra Lairuvra Coffee.
90 barrels Baltimore Extra C Sugar,
10 barrels Baltimore A Sugar,
5 barrels Baltimore B Sugar,
6 barrels Baltimore Crushed Sugar,
6 barrels Yellow C Sugar,
60 barrels bright Havana Sugar,
50 barrels Fair Havana Sugar,
7 tierces Prime Carolina Rioe,
60 boxes Star Candles,
60 boxes Starch,
10 f boxes Soap—common and fine,
600 kegs Nails—all sixes,
10 cases Sardines,
» 61 cases Cove Oysters,
5,000 pounds Tennessee Bacon Hams,
26 gross Parlor Matches,
900 dozen Mason’s Blacking,
60 boxes (6 lbs. each) Spanish Float Indigo,
600 pounds Madder,
*,000 pounds Copperas,
96 dozen Brooms,
800 pounds Lorillard Maccoboy Snuff,
90 nests Market baskets,
80o pounds Ground Pepper,
800 pounds Allspice,
. fiuo pounds Race Ginger,
300 sacks Virgina Salt.
Besides many other articles usually found in a
Grocery House. Call and examine our stock be
fore making your purchases.
FAINS A PARROTT,
No. 7 Cherokee Block,
aprlO— i Peachtree street.
JLU 1U bales Augusta 4-8 Shirtings,
90 bales Roswell Cotton Yarns.
For sale by FAINS & PARROTT,
No. 7 Cherokee Block,
aprlO— Atlanta, Ga.
HERRINC A LEYDEN.
Comprising all Branches of the business repre
sented in the
Custom and Ready Made Departments of
Men’s, Boy’s and Children’s
With FURNISHING GOODS of eveiy description
at LOWER PRICES ior READY CASH
ON LY than ever sold in this market.
HERRING A LEYDEN,
Whitehall street, Atlanta, GA
F ine aii-wooi spuing cassi meres, jeans,
Ac., on consignment, for sale VERY LOW to
W holesale buyers. Merchants are invited to call
and see Styles and Prices.
HERRING A LEYDEN, Agents,
At Wholesale Only.
8 4 SHIRTING,
For sale at FACTORY PRICES, by
HERRING A LEY DEN, Agents,
W hitehall street,
Atlanta Medical College.
T HK NEXT REGULAR COURSE OF LEC
TURES in this Institution will open on the
UiSt MON DAY IN MAY NEXT, and continue till
the first of September following.
A. MEANS, M. D., Prof, of General and Medl-
Ca !> L C^^K f-EFE, M. D., Prof, of Theory and
'SFT’WBPSoRIM.ASD. M. D.. Pro., ot
P IUNgTm' ^l*rolfor r 6b6U;tric. Mid
Diseases of Womeu. _ _ . .
UL. V. M. MILLER, M. D., Prof, of Clinical
M J dl M. n JOHNSON M. D., Prof. °f
W. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D., Prof of Anatomy.
J. Q. WESTMORELAND, M. D., Prof, of Ma
teria Medica and Therapeutics. .
G L JONKh, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
n’ D ; ALVIGNY, M. D., Curator.
For wnwr LKD. DeM..
Atlanta, Ga., March 26,1868—dtf
tially in the Capitol,
with General Butler at the head, has used
^ the prodoetion of the
deposit adcduntS 6T VYrtoltS Tn«ivl(!uals at
OAeof the banks in this city. Bank books
are said to have been inspected, not in a
court, not in an open committee-room, not
even before the packed star-chamber as a
whole, but priv ately and alone, at dead ot
night, by this Butler—a max whoa* very
name is an actyective stronger than « e
Could empioy. How far this prying inves
tigation was extended, none can tell, nor
to how many of the opponents oi Radical
ism the indignity of an inspection of their
private business was offered. Much a prac
tice as this tramples not only on every pri
vate right, but it is in the highest sense
annoying and injurious to the business
portion of the community. Once tolerated
and endured here, the outrage will be ex
tended to other cities, and fnade the vehi
cle of corrupt or malicious proceeding by
fi&dicals towards their Conservative rivals
in business, and even towards arch other.
This matter Involves very serious reflec
tion for our whole community, and it be
hooves them to consider what steps they
shall take to protect themselves against a
practice so monstrous.
How far is this to extend ? By whom
are the spies and menial servants that dog
Senators, private gentlemen, and even
women paid ? Does It come from the Fed
eral Treasury, or from the Grant election
eering fhnd, or from the booty of New Or
leans? The people want light? They
want to know by what authority all the
despatches, public and private, sent from
this city on Friday last have been seized
and laid before this committee. If the
dispatches of Friday are not sacred, then
those of the past month, or twelve months—
nay, all those sent or to be sent in any city
of the Union, are the pleasure and proper
ty of the honorable managers, with the
prying Butler at their head. And if all
dispatches are to be subject to Butler’s ex
amination, censorship, and approval, then
why not also the mails ? Are letters to bo
deemed sacred ? While we write we feel
no assurance, that the infamy already
known, this baseness so hostile to the spirit
of our people, has not been added.
It is impossible not to recognize in the
proceedings thus far the footprints of one
whose tule in New Orleans has gained him
a bad reputation wherever men are taught
to abhor what is vile, cruel, and mean.
Are we to have the practices ot one who
was repudiated by all men of genuine
courage revived and made a permanent
feature in the Government of the country ?
■■■*-- -™-« wLum the espoiuaye upon ladies,
and dastardly references \ w—
5fo. 49,‘emanating with the attestation of
the managers, and asserted in “the name of
all the people?” Let us know; for the
time may speedily come when the people,
-vhose authority is thus forced, and whose
Hherr"-*are thus outraged, will apply a
K . lr _ „ _ **iin remedy. Is this New Or
leans of 1S6± a" 4 ^ GenenU Butl8r in
leans oi isbi, ai, Avalan‘'he
command ?—Memphis „ oala _ '
Wholesale Dealers in
AN D SEG AKb,
TO CONSUMERS OF COAL.
lOo Bay btrout,
sn^sss'i , ’^sstiists&
uSoitZw *u. i» w««U!5Sr
BA VANN AH...
WESTERN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.I
Office Master of Transportation, <:
ATLANTA, GA., March 93,1868. >
O N and after April 1st, 1868, the Bates of FreUr*
onCoal will Ibe reduced to One and a Hall
Cents per mile per ton of 9,000 pounds. __
Thi> Rate to continue in force until October is.
after*™ thepresent rate of Two Cento per ton
will bef esum— , . . .
By order of the Superintendent.
The Working People.—The
men Plasterers of this citv still
their strike for $5 per day/ Many of the*/*
have left the city to seek employment else
where. The Master Plasterers, by taking
the trowel themselves, and by the aid of
their apprentices and such laborers as they
can procure from other places, have been
able thus far to carry on their work; but
the jours expect that when the busy rea
son comes the bosses will have to succomb.
The latter, however, express their ability
and determination to hold out to the end.
The New York piano-forte makers, son in
number, have succeeded in obtaining rhe
advance of 10 per cent, on their present
rate of w ages, the principal establishment
having acceded to the demands of the men,
and the other manufacturers having agreed
to abide by the decision. The stair build
ers In New York, now obtaining wages
from $3.75 to $4 per day, are making ar
rangements to demand a general advance
to $4.25. The New York brass founders
and finishers, having succeded in their ap-
S eal for a return to their old rates of $3 per
ay, which were paid before the general
reduction last winter, are preparing to ask
a further increase of $3.50. llie w orkmen
in one shop are on a strike in consequence
of the refusal of the boss to pa\ the $3 per
day. The window-shade painters in New
York, principally Germans, earning on an
average $3 per day, and $4 by piece work,
propose to invite the window-spade paint
ers to join with them in an association ior
their common benefit.— Washington Mar.
A Hasty Declension.—Mr. N'.B. Judd,
the Radical Representative in Congr»»-«*.
irom the Unlcago district, has made an ass
of himself. On the 18th instant he sent
from Chicago the following dispatch to the
“A. Johnson, President of the l sited
States: After leaving Washington. Satur
day evening, I saw in a newspaper my
name announced as having been appointed
a visitor to West Point. Assuming the
truth of that statement. I decline that or
anv other appointment within your gift.
J “ N. B. Jcdd.
On the 19th instant, the President replied
u Hon. N. B. Judd. Chicago: The appoint
ment of visitor to West 1>olD ^
decline in your telegram of the 18tK has
not been conferred upon you.
nu “Andrew Johnson.”
If Mr. Judd was not impervious to such
an exposure, it would silence him. it
should cover him a.l over with ln-
famv He will perhaps, be more circum
spect hereafter in his malignant attempts
towound a political opponent.
ry Be deaf to the quarrelsome, blind to
the scorner. and dumb to those who are