Bates et iiTtrtttiat.
vcRTlSING.—Cards in CSTT DuNN*iV«tl
n0 , to exceed five line*. tH.Q0 per aanaia.^Special
cbi£«* Will be «ade for advertisements
^"" t'V.nKicss than a square, obituaries, and all
^ tes oi a personal nature. Except la cases
* Kuccial contract, other advertisements will be
c ,J r Vd the following rates:
Was*, one insertion, - . fl.Q0
« two insertions, - - U»
•» •• three insertions, - - LOO
.. “ one week. • • . S.50
m *• one month - - • IOjOO
.. « three months. - - - 3R00
s sales, per levy of ten lines or less.. .$3 60
:, .niT’s Mortgage fl. la. sales, per square.... K 00
t,1v collectors'* sales, per square 6 00
, T «ltions for letters ot Administration 8 00
l >uii> for Jitters of Guardianship... . 8 00
V fj u . rs of application lor dismission from
vluiinistration...... ■•••* • • •................ 4 60
litters ot application for dismission from
i.uarclianship v.'V'i 8 00
, '“i C ;,tions lor leave to sell Land 6 00
I ill', to debtors and Creditors 8 00
of Land, etc., per square 8 00
V. ... oi perishable property, 10 days, per sqr. 1 60
Stray Notices. 30 days 8 00
foreclosure of Mortgage, per sqr, each time... 1 00
X1M K REQUIRED FOB. LEGAL ADVERTISING.
'ales of Land, etc., by Administrators, Kxecu-
. 1 oi Guardians, are required by law to be held
Urst Tuesday in the month, between the
. ,, ilP . of ten in the forenoon and three in the aT-
u-nioou, at the Court House in the county in
«i, idi tue property is situated. Notices of these
.J C' must be given in a public gazette 40 days
previous to the day of sale.
.Notices of the sule of personal property must
k’given in like manner 10 days previous to the
voices to the debtors and creditors of an estau
ou «t also be published 40 days.
.Notice that application will be made to the
ourt of ordinary for leave to s«U Land, ete.,
must be published for two month*.
citations for letters of Administration, Guar-
•iiati'hip, etc., must be published 30 days; for dis-
siuu lrorn Administration, monthly 8 months;
for dismission from Guardianship 40 days.
Ki.ies lor foreclosure of Mortgage most be pub-
lhued monthly for 4 months; lor establishing lost
, apers, for the lull 6pace of 8 months; for com
pelling titles from Executors or Administrators,
a here bond has been given by the deceased, the
luu space of three months.
Publications will always be continued accord
ing io these, the legal requirements, unless other
iQjrUBEKAL DEDUCTIONS will be made
o Nearly advertisers.
lor All transient and foreign advertisements
■asi oe prepaid to secure publication.
laf- GEORGIA RAILROAD—171 miles—Fare
five cents per mile.—JOHN F. JtlMO, President; E.
w. colk, superintendent; G. T. Ajtoxbson, Agent
DAT PASSING!* TBAIX.
Leave Atlanta 7.00 A.M,
Arrive at Augusta 6.30 P.M
Leave Augusta 6.UU A.M.
Arrive at Atlanta 4.20 P.M.
NO TRAINS ON SUNDAY.
MIGHT PASSKMOXB TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta 6.40 PJM.
Leave Augusta 10.10 P.M.
Arrive at Atlanta .........7.46 A.Ai.
JMT~ATLANTA A WEST POINT RAID
K<jai>—87 miles—Fare, per mile—John P.
Ki.no, President; L. P. Gbant, superintendent;
K. M I ikkak, Agent at Atlanta:
1>AT PASSENGER TRAIN.
i.iave Atlanta. ....7:68 A. M.
Arrive at West Point .13:30 P. M.
Leave West Point 13:50 P.M
Arrive alAtlauta. 5A5P. M.
Mf.UT FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Atlanta 4:36 P. M.
Arrive at West Point 19:35 A. M.
j cave West Point 11:40 P. M.
Arrive at Atlanta 8:45 A. M.
W MACON A WESTERN RAILROAD.—106
mue—f are, live cents per mile—A. J. WHITB,
President; E. B. W a leer, Superintendent; R. A.
anueksun, Agent at Atlanta:
DAT PASSRNGBR TRAIN.
Leave Macon .... 7.46 A.M.
Arr.ve at Atlanta ... >UI P.M.
Leave Atlanta .... 716 A.M.
Arrive at Macon ... IM P.M.
Leave Macon - • - 3 40 P.M.
Arrive u> Atlanta .... 4.30 A.M.
Leave Atlanta .... 7.1V P.M
Arrive in Macon ... 4.10 A.M.
Mar MAIL STAGE LINE FROM ATLANTA
f 1 uAHLONEGA.—
L ave Atlanta Monday, Wednesday and
r riday .... 6.00 A.M
Arrive iuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7.00 P.M.
City liut*iut}»s Directory.
HA/tVLEs, LOCKS, JKWKLRY, SC.
1*. HERMAN, dealer in W atches, Clocks
'v*■> and Jewelry, silver Ware and Fancy
If-* Ja^oetils,ejold 1'ens and SSpectaclU, corner
larieita and W Inteliall ■creels, (old Nor-
1 '‘uer,) Atlanta, Ga. W atclie*, Clocks, Jew-
cl Ac., repaired aiul warranted
W M. BolLMaN, Dealer in Watches.
-* r*. ( k>, Jewelry, Gold Pens, Spectacles,
Whitehall street, *1 door above M.
L*iicii a Co.’s Book Store, Atlanta, Ga.
11 * in gooa style and warranted.
-fc± £3 JR, M A JfcT
DEALER in first class
watches, jewelry, siveb table
>ets, Fi.N k table cutlkky,
And every article pertain-
«•. 1 Jeweler’s
. !ng .to a .sw. r ueweier s
, Also - Ulie Watches and Jewelry
1 Aircit promptly, and warranted to givt
I '-uiMacliou. Call -* ——— —•
, ^«aa wiucr oi AtHTJ
LU.T *“ strecW * where orders wUl be promptly
... ... ^ prym
Icramte Block ; Broad street, adjoining Railroad.
ROOM No. g,
lOFFICE OVER MEADOR * BROS
L. II. A II. A, OLCOTT,
luctioneers and Commiaaion Merchanta,
a., * Nos < 53 and 54 Market street,
L vn,? 1 ALABAMA
I 1 ^ ^ * E ut, and goo<ls of all de-
GUO. M, ALLEN * CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
1 >TTUX AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
ATLANTA, GA^ WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27,1868.
DAILY PASSENGER LINK
Atlanta and Naw York,
8t Louis, Louisville & Atlanta.
Western and Atlan&ic,
Virginia & Tennessee Railways.
ALL RAIL ROUTE!
Time Table t May 1st, 1868.
Leave Atlanta 7.00 T
Leave Dalton x.80 a M
Leave Knoxville J1-J7 A M
Leave Bristol 701 Bit
Leave Lynchburg 9 00 A N
Leave Washington 700 r W
Leave Baltimore 8 56 r M
Leave Philadelphia IS an
Arrive at New York 680 AM
Leave New York 7.30 r X
Leave Philadelphia 11 JO r M
Leave Baltimore 3.50 a M
Leave Washington 6 SO a X
Leave Lyucbburg US p a
Leave Biistol 7.10 AM
Leave Knoxville 9S0TM
Leave Dalton 9 48 r U
Arrive at Atlanta 4 46 A M
Time between Atlanta and Hew York, 5? hour*.
The GREAT MAIL between Atlanta and
New Tork is carried exclusively by this Line.
Sleeping Coaches on all Night Trains
GOOD UNTIL USED,
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
TO ALL IMPORTANT POINTS.
JOHN R. PECK,
1 8 6 8.
TO THE NORTH AND EAST,
IJM IDXA.XT^X 3 OrjIS.5
Passengers by this Route have ehoiee of
Twenty«five Different R*ute> in
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Waabingfon.
Passengers holding tickets bythia route to Mew
York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore, can viait
Washington without extra charge.
Half-Fare Same as via Knaxvllle or
TRAINS LEAVE ATLANTA
Daily at 8 :15 a. m. and 7 p* m -t
After arrival of all Southern Trains, and make
close connections to above named cities.
tyCheek Baggage to Louisville, and R
will be re-checked to destination on Train*
ol Ixmisville and Nashville Railroad be
fore arrival at Louisville.
Magnificent Sleeping Cars
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
AMPLE TIME FOB MEALS A GOOD HOTELS.
ASK FOR TICKETS
VIA LOUISVILLE. I
Tickets by this Route for Bale at
General Ticket OfBtce 9 Atlanta*
JOHN R. PUCK,
Master of Traaaportatioa,
W. A *• R. */
NO CHANGE OF CAMS
Between Louisville or Hickman
TIKE REDUCED TO 55 HOURS,
Reduction in Rates.
E ATTENTION OF SIlirrERS is called to
the following low rates by the “GREEN
"1“ TO ATLANTA.
From Louisville. From St, Louis.
1 74 1 94
WQasi 1 43 1 63
&a*M 118 138
4th Class 9i i ii
Bacon per 100 lbs UG ill
Flour, Apples, Onions,
, Potatoes, per bbl 1 82 i 97
Salt, Cement, Plaster, pei
barrel 2 18 2 83
Beef and Pork, per bbl.... 2 73 2 98
'^rn, per bushel 35 ao
r heatC Bye, Barley, per
busbel..- 38 41
Through Bills of Lading will be given at
points oi Shipment, and all claims for loss, dam
age end overcharge will be settled promptly at
point of delivery.
Thariffs showing Classification, etc., may be
Obtained atothce of Western and Atl antic R. R.
. JOHN B. PECK, M. T.,
■UU-4-dSm w. A A. R. B.
NEW FREIGHT ROUTES.
fTIHE following low rates have been agreed on
X between New Orleans and Atlanta, taking
effect February 1st, 1868:
All Kail via Grand By Steamer to Mem-
Junction. No charge phis, Tenn., or Hick-
for Insurance, Dray- man, Ky., thence all
age, Commissou or Rail, without tranship-
Forwarding. inent. No charge for
1st Class 1 75 Drayage or Forward-
M Class 150 ing.
3d Class l 25 1st Class 1 43
4th Class 1 00 2d Class 1 23
3d Class 1 04
4th Class 84
of‘s“hVpmen?/ , ibH f fe. ,lin K win be given at points
and overcharges will be proriipftiy 6 PJ damage
points of delivery.
Tariffs showing Classifications, etc., may be ob
tained at office We
restem and Atlantic Railroad.
JOHN B. PECK, M. T.,
W A A. R.R.
RECEIVE U THIS WEEK,
I. T. BANKS’,
OVER ONE HUNDRED CASES
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Style and variety suite! to the Season.
UPPER LEATHER AND CALF SKINS.
Pounds Hemlock ami Oak Sole Leather.
SHOEMAKERS’ TOOLS AND STOCK
Of all kinds.
Also,HARNESS LEATHER. Selling for CASH
ONLY, and at prices satisfactory to the closest
Remember the Place and Sign.
I. T. BANKS,
Comer Whitehall ami Hunter streets,
gAf§§ Atlanta, Ga.
M K.KKN.N1 has constantly on hand
• a full supply of the celebrated
I.lLL’S CHICAGO ALE, and is prepA
to supply dealers in any quantUy. He
dealer in nulnl si8
BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKIES and SKOABA.
Sample Rooms, No. 11 Alabama street, next do
to the United States Hotel. aprl—dly
Cheapest House in Town !
A LL who want to SA V K MONEY before buying
your GROCERIES and DRY GOODS, go to
gOYD, WALLS A CO.,
Corner Whitehall and Mitchell streets,
Rev. C. F. P. BANCROFT, Principal.
r^rruifpp SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS
S Board aid Tuitioo, *100,
■TSKVfrTS'ars Mid for Circular.
aorM—dSw^ l^»k*ut Mountain. Tenn.
“ HORNE A GORDON,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
WINES, LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
FAINS a PARROTT,
ROSWELL COTTON MILLS,
TREDEGAR NAIL WORKS,
J. O. EARNESTS’ FLOURING MILLS,
No. 7 Peachtree street,
Have in Store and offer to the Trade the following
Bottom Prices for Cash:
A A CAB LOADS CHOICE WHITE CORN,
TtU 500 sacks J. O. Earnest’s celebrated Family
and Extra Family Flour,
800 tacks R. F. Earnest’s Extra and Extra
Family Flour—very fine,
150 tacks A. Bowman’s Extra Family Flour,
150 sacks Brabson’s and Washington Mills
Extra and Family Flour,
ISO sacks Watanoo Mills Flour,
150 sacks Nathaniel Rogan’s Choice Family
200 sacks Fresh Ground Corn Meal,
30 barrels Florida and Southwest Georgia
Cane Syrup—a beautiful and excellent
35 barrels Choice New Orleans Molasses,
25 barrels Baltimore Golden syrup,
60 barrels Portland Molasses—cheap,
Ni bags Fair Rio Coffee,
25 bags Good Rio Coffee,
50 bags Prime Rio Coffee,
25 bags Choice Rio Coffee,
10 bags Laguyra Coffee,
30 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,
CO barrels bright Havana Sugar,
50 barrels Fair Havana Sugar,
7 tierces Prime Carolina Bioe,
50 boxes Star Candles,
50 boxes Starch,
10j boxes Soap—common and fine,
500 kegs Nails—all sizes,
10 cases Sardines,
51 cases Cove Oysters.
5,000 pounds Tennessee Bacon Hams,
25 gross Pnrior Matches,
200 dozen Mason’s Blacking,
50 boxes (5 lbs. each) Spanish Float Indigo,
500 pounds Madder,
2,000 pounds Copperas,
36 dozen Brooms,
3UJ pounds Lorillard Maccoboy Snuff,
90 nests Market baskets,
30) pounds Ground Pepper,
300 pounds Allspice,
800 pounds Race Ginger,
800 sacks Virgina Salt.
Besides many other articles usually found In a
Grocery House. Call and examine oar stock be
fore making your purchases.
FAINS A PARROTT.
No. 7 Cherokee Blook,
aprlO— Peachtree street.
1 A BALES AUGUSTA 4-4 SHEETINGS,
JLU lo bales Augusta 4-8 Shirtings,
20 bales Roswell Cotton Yarus.
For sale by FAINS & PARROTT,
No. 7 Cherokee Block,
—*— Atlanta, Ga.
HERRINC A LEllitm
Comprising ail Branches of the business repre
sented in the
Custom and Beady Made Departments of
Men’s, Boy’s and Children’s
With FURNISHING GOODS of every description
at LOWER PRICES lor READY CASH
ONLY tnan ever sold in this market.
HERRING & LEYDEN.
Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.
F ine aii-wooi spring cassimrres, jeans,
Ac., on consignment, for sale VERY LOW to
Wholesale buyers. Merchants are invited to call
and see Styles and Prices.
HERRING & LEYDEN, Agent*,
At Wholesale Only.
4 A SHEETING,
3 4 SHIRTING,
For sale at FACTORY PRICES, by
HERRING A LEY DEN, Agents,
mar20—IT Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta Medical Collage.
T he next regular course of lec
tures in this Institution will open on the
first MONDAY IN MAY NEXT, and continue till
the first of September following.
A. MEANS, M. D., Prof, of General and Medi
D. C. O’KEEFE, M. D., Prof, of Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D.,. rrof. of
Principles and Practice ef Sargery.
JESSE BORING, M. D., Prof, oi Obstetric* and
Diseases of Women. . ,
H. V. M. MILLER, M. D., Prof, of Clinical
Medicine. - .
J. M. JOHNSON, M. D., Prof, of Physiology.
W. R ARMSTRONG, M. D. t Prot of Anatomy.
J. G. WESTMORELAND, M. D., Prot. of Ma
teria Medics and Therapeutics.
G. L. JONES, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
N. D’ALVIGNY, M. D., Curator.
For further information address
J. G. WESTMORELAND, Dean.
Atlanta, Ga., March 26, 1868—dtf
TO CONSUMERS OF COAL*
WESTERN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD
Office Master of Trarsfobtation.
Atlanta, Ga., March 23,1888.
O n and after April 1st, 1868, the Rate* of Freig*
on Coal will be reduced to One and a Hail
Cents per mile per ton of 2,000 pounds.
Thi Rate to continue in force until October 1st,
after w ich the present rate of Two Cents per ton |
will be? etumea
By order of the Superintendent.
JOHN B. PECK,
mar28—dH Master Transportation.
A Reconstructed Georgia Rebel In
From the Chicago Tribune (radical.) May 23 J
^ponthc heels of the session of the Na
tions! Convefitlfin of the Republican partv,
Foster Blodgett, Esquire, a delegate to the
Convention from the State of Georgia, was
arrested. The arrest was made in a civil
proceeding instituted In the Circuit Court
of this county by one James Urangle, who
has within a few months been admitted to
ractice at the bar of the State of Illinois
he bail was tixed in the case at live thous
and dollars, which amount of real estate
security Mr. Blodgett, being a stranger in
the city, was unable to furnish, and he
therefore was compelled to remain iu the
custody of the Sheriff.
Mr. Crangle sues Mr. Blodgett in an
action on the case for damages, assessed by
him, at the modest sum of one hundred
The affidavit on which the capias issued,
stripped of all its technicalities, says that
during the month of February, 1N00, the
plaintiff Crangle, being a resident of Sa
vannah, Georgia, went to the city of Augus
ta, in the same State, for the purpose of
collecting some debts against a rtrni by the
name of Turley, Gray <fc Turley, and* that
the defendant incited a mob to offer vio
lence to him. It is alleged that atiout the
6th day of February the plaintiff arrived at
Augusta and stopped at the United States
Hotel, and the defendant, maliciously con
triving to ruin him and bring him into
public scandal, to prevent the collection of
the debt and to put his life in jeopardy,
represented him to be an abolitionist who
had come to Augusta to stir up the negroes
to servile war. The result, it is charged,
was that a large number of persons called
upon him at his room, and ordered him to
leave the city. A second visit, under the
like circumstances, is charged to have been
in like means incited, and it is charged that
at this time the order was accompanied by
a threat that his presence there on the
next day would be rewarded by hanging.
A third notification of the same nature it is
sworn was given, and it is charged that at
least at one of these visits the defendant
w as present.
On the following morning, it is averred, at
about two o’clock, the plaintiff' was visited
by a crowd of people, who broke in the
door of his chamber, being incited by the
same means, took him from his bed, and
led him down stairs to a gallows whicu
had been erected for him from the balcony
of the hotel. Prior to the act of leading him
down stairs, the affiant states that a rooe
was placed around the neck of Mr. Crangle,
as though there was not only the me ms,
but the intent to hang him. Froui this
difficult position he was rescued by the
police of the city, who conducted him to
jail, the mob in the meanwhile making
way with his valise and its valuable con
It is further alleged that on the 10th day
iiig’vfe^Aipe month, Mr. Blodgett contriv-
liefore a Justice of*Vi.,phiintiff', appeared
accused him of being an inciter oi'.-ebere.
war, an abolitionist, and an abolition lec
turer. Sometime after that there was an
examination, followed by an acquittal,
which was not, however, followed by re
lease, but bv plaintiff*s beiii" taken to the
office of Mr. Blodgett, as Mayor of Au
gusta. when he, Blodgett, spat in his face,
kiched him and beat him, and incited the
bystanders to like acts of indignity. In
consequence of all this, Crangle charges
that he was compelled to leave liis home at
Savannah, to his great lo»s.
The case come up in the Circuit Court,
yesterday, upon a motion to quash t. e
capias writ. The motion was based ujnm
its general w'ant of sufficiency. * * •
Judge Pollard, of Georgia, stated that
probably it would make but little differ
ence what the bail was fixed at, inasmuch
as his associate upon the delegation was a
stranger here. He desired to know if the
Court could, under the statute of Illinois,
receive and consider counter affidavits.
He stood ready to prove that the w hole
statement was false, in so far as it referred
to the defendant, apd that, on the contra
ry, Mr. Blodgett, being an originial Union
man, rescued the plaintiff from violence
offered him by a mob at Augusta, as well
as that the defendant came into disrepute
by reason of this and similar acts, in viola
tion of the then public sentiment of his
section of country.
The Court suggested that such an in
quiry was more proper upon an applica
tion to discharge under a writ of habeas
Further proceedings will, in all prol»a-
bility, be taken this day, if the records of
the courts have not been closed until Mon
day. Tb« Judges of the Supreme Court, it
is understood, w ill not sit, and Judge W71-
llams has left the city.
Blowing.—If your friends want a live
paper, tell them to take the Era. It has
triumphed over all opposition, and Is to
day the largest and best printed paper in
the State. It has given the disunion press
a hard tight, and has a large amount of
vitality in reserve for the opening cam
No one doubts that the Era Is a very ac
ceptable journal, despite Its stereotyped
blowing, which, perhaps, is simply aqua
tion of taste. We have heard it intiuiah-U.
however, that much of the “vitality” al
luded to escaped during the unloriunate
spell inflicted upon our Atlanta neighbor
which caused him so long to keep -an
open rear.—Augusta Republican, Mag 26.
Thk Crops.—Cora and cotton are back
ward, particularly on clav lands, and are
more or less diseased on the latter.
Wheat harvesting will fairly commence
in ten to fifteen days, some forward people
have already cut. There is some rust on
the wheat, but the general opinion seems
to be that the yield will be fair.—Mimroa