aUiTvAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS j
Mnilf j Mails t Trains
Railroads ; Mails. Arrive. ■ Close. I Leave.
W.A A....W.4T. 8.15p.m 2.20 p.m j 2.50 pm I
I i '
W. .V A... W. AT. 12.15p.rn 8.00p.m; 5.10 am j
W. A A...lTh’ugh 3.&5a.m. B.<Op.ni 112.15 ain
Air-Line.. W.AT 12.055.ni! 2.20p.ml 2.45 pm 1
Air-Line., jW.& T. 11.00 a.m 8.00 p.m i 4.00 am (
A. AW.P’tiW.&T. 1.45 pm 1.30p.m! 2.00 pm
A. AVV.P’t W.AT. 3.39 a. in ‘ 8.00 p.m p 2.50 am
Central... W.A r. 12.50 p.m: 1.45 p.m■ 2.15 pm
Central. .. Th’ugh 3.40 a.ml 8.00p.m,12.20 am
Georgia.. W.&T. 5.40p.mj 7.30 a.m! 8.30 am
Georgia .*| W. AT. 500 a. ml 8.00 p.m 8.30 pm
*\Vay mail only to Greensboro, Madison.
Social Circle, Conyers, ard Covington.
Daily (except Sunday)—Ar- ;
rivt« 3 p.m; closes? a.m.
Ben HillandSandtown—Arrives 5 p.m. Wed
nesday stud Saturday; closes 7 a.m. Wednesday
Bunday all maib close at 10 o’clock
Motiey Older Department.9.oo a.m. to 4.00 p.m
Registry Department9.oo a.m. to 4.00 p.m
Gen* ral Delivery.7.(o a.m. to 7.0 C p.m
Stomp Department7.3o a.m. to 6.00 p.m
BEN J. CONLEY, P. M.
Atlanta, Ga., December 24, 1881.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
1. Western and Atlantic— for Chattanooga—
Mail an t express leave 5:10 a.w., a iiy;
arrive 12:45 p.m. Passenger, leave 8 a.m;
arrive on freight schedule; mail and express,
leave 2:15 p.m; arrive 8:15 p.m. Kingston
accommodation, leave 5 p.m; arrive 10:05;
passenger, leave 12:15 a.m; arrive 4 a.m.
2. —Central, lor Macon and Savannah—Mail
and express, leave2:ls p.m; arrive 12:15 p.m.
Barnesville accommodation, leave 5 p.m:
arrive 9 a.m; night accommodation, leave
12:20 a.m; arrive 3:40 a.m.
3 —Georgia Road, for Augusta—Mail and ex
press, leave 8:30 a.m; arrive 5:45 p.m; night
express, leave 8:30 p.m; arrive 5 a.m Cov
ington accommodation, leave 4:55 p.m; ar
ri'’“ 8 a,m.
4. £«.. Anta and West Point, for Columbus and
Montgomery —Mail a d express, leave 2 p.m;
arrive 1:55 p.m; night mail and express,
leave 12:50 a ni; arrive 4 a.m.
5. —Richmond and Danville, for Charlotte-
Mail and express, leave 2:45 p.m; arrive
12:30 p.m; mail and express, leave 4 a.m;
arrive 11 a.m; mail, leave 7:00 a.m; arrive
12:05 am. Gainesville accommodation,
leave 5 p.m; arrive 8:45 a m.
The figures 1, 2. 3. 4 and 5 designate the
tracks m their order, numbering from the
track nearest the waiting room.
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Dr. J. M. Johnson begs to say that he is again
at his post, and hopes he may remain the rest
of the season.
Doctors jno. m. Johnson, ‘(of this city.;
and Dr. George T. Maxwell, (late of Tal
lahassee, Fla.) have formed a co-partnership
for the purpose of practicing Medicine and
Surgery. Their office sin the Grant building,
No. 48, Marietta Street, up stairs. Dr. Max
well’s residence is at the Kimball House: Dr.
Johnson’s, No. 72 Marietta street, as heretofore.
Office hours: 7 to 9 o’clock a. m., 2 to 4 and
6 to 7 p. m.
N. B. —I take pleasure in f commending Dr.
Maxwell to the public as a man of ability,
and experience—the peer of any man
have irctfn the practice of Medicine.
JNO. M. JOHNSON
McKinley & mann,
. Banner, Transjarency, Fresco,
h Ornamental Painting.
No. 8% Decatur Street.
T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON
-1 the premises, at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Ist
Fourteen Choice I ots.
seven on the west and seven >n the east side of
. . Washington street, between Clarke ant Fulton
streets. Washington street is one of the most
fashionable avenues of the city, and these lots
are the only vacant property on it within easy
access of the street cars. Elegant residences
adjoin this vrop< rty and several expensive
mansions will be erected on this street in close
proximity this spring. Offers before sale day
“ will be entertained. Title perfect. Terms
half cash, balance in six and twelve months,
with 8 per cent interest. R. H. KNAPP,
Real Estate Agent, 10 East Alabama street
A Ptirliameiitary Precedent.
South Carolina Furnishes an Election Context
Which is Entirely' Unique.
Washington. Feb. 9.—The House com
mittee on elec i ni reached a decision,
which will be voted upon in a day or two,
in the contested election case con i ig f o:n
the Second B<-uth Carolina district. The
points made in the case are entire y new
in our legislative history. At the general
election, 0 Cftinor, Democrat, was declared
elected and received the certificate.
Mackey, his Radical opponent, filed notice
of contest. While the two were taking
the testimony, O'Connor died. The Gov
ernor ordered a special elected to fill the
vacancy. Dibble received the Democratic
nomination, but Mackey declined to make
a second canvass for the seat, holding that,
as O'Connor was not really elected, but
that he (Mackev) was, there was no va-
I cancy. Dibble was of course unaniomously
elected, and received a certificate on the
usual form. Mackey declining even to
recognize the validity of the election so far
as to give him notice of contest. When
the House assembled in December, a mo
tion was made that Dibbles stand aside,
and that his certificate be referred to
the committee on elections, together with
the papers in the contest of Mackey against
O’Connor. The House, however, seated
Dibble in the prima facie evidence of the
governor’s certifieats. Thereupon Dibble
claimed that, having been seated without
a contestant by a direct vote of the House,
and that vote being followed by a motion
to reconsider, which would require a unan
imous vote of the House, or by being ex
pelled, which would require a two-thirds
vote. -In the consideration of this claim,
search has been made for a precedent in
the history cf congress and that of all our
Stat e legislatures, but none has been found.
Ihe committee will decide, however,
against the claim of Dibble, and report
that he must take O'Connor's place in the
contest for the seat. The consideration of
the report will bling out a fine legal fight
in the House.
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imitations and counterfeits. Price 25 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygcncrateil Bitter
is the oldest and best reniedy'for Dyspep
sia, Biliousness, Malaria, Indigestion, all
disorders of the stomach, and all diseases
indicating an impure condition of the Blood,
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A Coal-Stealing Editor.
Milwaukee, Wrs, Feb. B.—A. E
Vanderpool, of Bayview, a justice of the
peace and editor of the Bayville paper,
was arrested to day on a charge of stealing
coal. Vanderpool was formerly a bright
light in the Wisconsin Editorial Associa
tion. > .
’ A My-lcrious Triple Murder.
■ Lawhmncevili.e, 111., Feb. 8. —A col
‘diOi raitn reached town yesterday after
noon, breathless with fright and excite
ment, and stated that he had found three
dead bodies in the woods 7 miles above hero,
near the bank of the Embarrass river.
The bodies were decomposed and unrecog
nizable. A posse of citizens immediately
left for the place.
Two Italians Killed" by Another.
Denver, Feb. B.—The Tribune’s
Georgetown special says that last night
two Italians, Piter Chialero and Domingue
Massey were severely injured by an explo
sion of giant powder in a cook stove',
placed there maliciously by another Italian,
whom the sheriff is now in pursuit of. It
was intended for Massey, but Chialero re
ceived the most severe injuries, and both
men will probably die.
Will be set every day at the Arcade Sa
loon from 10 to 2 o’clock. The choicest
assortment of imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars constantly on hand. Pilsner
Lager on draught. John McGee,
2-6-1 in Proprietor.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN VENNOR.
A. J. DeVoe, the weather prophet of
Hackensack, N. J., says some time ago a
gentleman of Chicago sent him this ques
tion: ‘‘How can a peison foretell changes
in the weather without the aid of the tele
graph or scientific instruments?” to which
Ist. When you see a bank of thin hazy
clouds along the northwest, and it is clear
over the rest of the heavens, then the wind
will be from the southeast on the morrow,
the temperature will rise, and it will rain
in less than forty-eight hours.
2d. When there is a dark ring around
the sun, there is a storm forming to the
south of you; and on the morrow the windi
will be from the northeast with snow.
3d. When the sky looks very black and
the stars shine unusually bright, a storm
will advance suddenly from the southeast,
beginning with snow and followed by rain.
If a person living in any section of our
country can cite an instance when these
rules did not operate as I have stated, I
shall be pleased to hear from him.
Rescued from Death.
The following statement of William J.
Coughlin, of Somerville, Mass., is so re
markable that we beg to r»k for it the atten
tion o! our readers. He says: ‘ln the fall
of 1876 I was taken with a violent bleeding
of the lungs, followed by a sivere cough. I
soon began to lose my appetiie and flesh.
I was so weak at one time that I could not
leave my bed. In the summer of 1877 I
was admitted to the City Hospital. While
there the doctors said I had a hole in my
left lung as’big as a half dollar. I expended
ever a hundred dollars in doctors and medi
cines. I was so far gone at one time a re
port went around that I was dead, I gave
up hope, but a friend told me of DR. WM.
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laughed at my friends, thinking that my case
was incurable, but I got a bottle to satisfy
them, when to my surprise and gratification,
I commenced to feel better. My hope, once
dead, began to revive, and to-day I feel in
belter spirits than I have the past three
•'1 write this hoping yon will publish it,
so that every one afflicted with diseased
lungs, will be induced to-take DR. WM.
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be cocvincect that CONSUMPTION CAN BE
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than all the other medicines I have taken
since my sickness. My cough has almost
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This space will be occu
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Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
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YOUNG & ERWIN,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSI I.kURS AT LAW
Kouui 6, No. 48 Marietta I Ga.
Will practice in all the Courts U»» State and
the Supreme Court of the States.
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AT TORN EV A ’ W,
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Collections. Corporate si and Commercial
DR. F. F. T3.BER.
HOMEOPATHIC PjH YSIC 1A N .
Office, 82 Decatur Stre'rt, Atlanta. Ga,
Chronic Diseases a specialist r t -
DR. O. N. BRADBURY.
Specialty—Diseases of W<£n«w.vnd Children
Office hours 9to 12 a.m., Ito 5 p.m. Resi
dence and Private Office, 781 uckie street.
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12 E. HUNTER SA'IiEET.
TTI’HOLSTERY IN Al£t?§> BRANCHES
I Bedding and Mattresses of every descrip
.ion; Water-proof oiled Calvas Goods; Tar
paulins, etc; Tents and Awf ings of every de
scription. . -oct29-2m
In the City ant Country.
VACANT LOTS. HOUSE, AND FARMS.
PROPERTY RENTED. ’> |
R. H. KN AFP,
Rea. Estate Agent,
II- 10 East AIabIHBASt., Atlanta,Ga
GRAIN, FL(mR, Etc.
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Eacitive Call for Bank Betas.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, )
STATE GP GEORGIA, >
Atlanta, Ga., -jannary 7, 1882. )
Ordered, that every banking institution in
thia State, and branch there-if, do make returns
to the Governor, under of the several
presidents and cashiers, ftfjLheir respective con
ditions on the 31st day of December, 1881, and
that such returns be transmitted to this depart
ment within thirty days after this
date. The several returns^iu st be in strict ac
cordance with sections Iffjjj. 14G7 and 1468 of
the Revised Code of Special atten
tion is called to yefj uiring the
v<Jr ju' vss a?nWmisrtuWßWWtne p»iblication
of the same with the otUKr return s, copy of
which publication must tie 1 urnished this office.
Special attention is alfrn called to the fact that
the oath of the officers must conform to the
law, and state that thpir respective banks have
not olated any obligation imposed by law,
either by itself, its officers or agents. It is
Ordered, That this order Ac published three
times a week for two weeks.
ALFRED H. COLQUITT,
By the Governor:
I. W. Avery.
Secretary Executive Department.
This space will be occu
pied by one of Atlanta's
most enterprising Mer
I. O. O. F. —Ramen No. 55, meets Friday
evenings. o’clock corner Whitehall and Ala
bama streets. IL G. HUTCHISON, N, G.
H. IL Jackson. R. 8.
I. O. O. F.—Capital No. 60. meets Thursday
evenings o’clock, corner Whitehall »nd Ala
bama streets. J. E. CHAMBERS, N. G.
L. C. Brri.Kß, K. 8.
K. P.—Atlanta No. 20, meets every Tuesday
evening, at 8 o'clock at K. H Hall, junction
of Peachtree and Broad streets'
C. L. MANGUM, 0.0
W. E. McAllistbb, K. of R. and 8.
This space will be occu
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To the People of Georgia.
By authority of the general as
sembly we have prepared a New, Revised
and Annotated Code of the State, which em
braces the Statutes up to and including the
Acts of the Legislature of 1880-1, with refer
ences to all the decisions of the Supreme Court
up to this time.
This work was officially examined by the
Attorney General of the State, who made a
most complimentary report in favor of the
accuracy and thoroughness with which the
work was executed, and upon his report the
General Assembly directed the publication of
We have contracted with Messrs. Jas. P. Har
rison & Co. proprietors of the Franklin Steam
Printing House. Atlanta, Ga., for the publica
tion of the work. They will be the publishers,
and will have the exclusive sale and delivery of
In view of the integrity, energy and skill of
the gentlemen composing this firm, together
with their abundant facilities for doing first
class work, we do not hesitate to say that, in
our judgment, the people of Geotgi» will be
furnished by them with a book which has
never been surpassed for excellency of me
chanical execution in the State. The printing
and binding of the more recent volumes of
the Georgia Reports is an evidence of the abil
ity of Messrs. Harrison & Co. to do good work.
The publication of the Code, which we have
prepared, will be very exclusive, and we cannot
afford to print a greater number of copies than
can be-disposed of, and hence tjie edition will
be limited accordingly.
We therefore respectfully urge all persons
who may desire a copy of the Code to forward
their names, without delay, to Messrs. Jas. P.
Harrison & Co., who will make up a list of sub
scribers and supply them in regular order.
The work of publication will begin at once,
and be pressed to an early completion.
No practicing lawyer in the State can trans
act business without this Code; and with it, he
has, in one book, the Statutes of the State, the
Constitution and Rules of Practice, and what
will be. in effect, a complete index to all the
Georgia RePorts up to date, besides numerous
references to other standard authorities upon
subjects in the Code.
GEO. N. LESTER,)
W. B. HILL, /Compilers.
C. ROWELL, )
As stated in the foregoing circular, we have
contracted with Messrs. Lester, Hill and Row
ell to publish a new Code of Georgia, recently
compiled by them, and adopted by the Legis
lature as its last session. It is our intention
to begin the work without delay, and complete
it as soon as possible.
The cost of publication will be very great,
and the number of copies to be published will
be limited by the demand therefor. The first
who come will be the first served. Uader our
contract, we have the exclusive sale of the
book. It will be sold only by subscription,
and can be had only by orders directed to us.
Every one who wants this invaluable book,
should subscribe at once. Price, $lO per copy.
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Sign, Fresco and House Painter,
13 SOUTH BROAD STREET.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Artists Material, Etc.,
R. C. BOSCHE & CO.,
No- 6 WAIL STREET. Uader Kirab???
sept 2-4 mos
New Livery, Feed and Sale Str’’?
COR. HUNTER AND FORSYTH STREETS.
Unsurpassed facilities and accommodations for boarder stock.
And having disposed of my Hack Line have refitted and added to my livery pome ot H.e
newest and latest styles of Buggies and Carriages, with polite and careful drivers.
Z. £• T-A. sTjLo. - .’-4,
12-29-3 m Agent.
McBRIDE & CO.,
Crockery and China Merchants,
GATE CITi WATER FILTER. SETH THOMAS’ CLOCKS,
BACCARAT CUT GLASS, SILVER-FLA TED WAI®,
SALOON FIXTURES, CUTLERY. SHOW CASES.
PEARL CUTLERY, HALL AND PARLOR LAMPS,
ELECTRIC BRUSHES, FLORENTINE STATUARY,
CHURNS, TUBS, BLUE DAISY DINNER SETS,
FINE MIRRORS, FISH SETS, GAME SETS,
WEDDING SETS. v . SETS, VASES,
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If you Buy Before you Get Mcßride’s Prices, you Vt ill Regret It.
WALL AND CEILING PAPERS
We have added to our stock oueof the most hsn ..
chaste and elegant selections of the above goods, ev. . c .
sered to the public. All of the latest patterns, : : :
Frescoes, French Velvets, and all of then.'. - t <'t
goods, as well as a full asflortmer.t of the y.
pers. Don’t fail to see our stock before you purchase
DUCK & CO., 35 Broad Street.
A naturial material for finishing walls and ceilings. Ready for use by .A'A n t
water. Call and get a sample card of tints see vhy Alabastiwc Is t;, ri><: ' i
somine. Every pacage guaranteed. We are sole agents for Atlanta. i'n j
55 cents a package and same amount does twice the work of Kalsomine.
Georgia Yellow Ochre.
We control the product of the Georgia Ochre works for the Southern States. It < r
much finer, and is a brighter color than Rochelle Ochre. Prices equal to any other ma,. in
the United States. Send for sample and price. DUCK & CO., 35 Broad Street
We are headquarters for Lubricating Oils, as we receive them direct from producers on c :
signment, with orders to sell at best prices we can get. We will ship in car lots from p<-i. 1
production, where freight is an object. Our special agency for these goods consists of V
Virginia or Black Oil, Parafine. Golden Machine and Spindle Oil. We also deal in all kinds of
Oils. DUCK & CO., 35 Broad Stn .
PLATE GLASS AGENCY.
Office DePAU’S AMERICAN PLATE GLASS WORKS,
NEW ALBANY, IND., November 10,1880.
MESSRS. DUCK A CO., Atlanta, Ga.:
Dears Sirs: —Parties in your city are very desirous of having the Exclusive Agency of Plate
Glass in your city. We prefer to have you handle it if you will take hold of it and push it.
What say you ?
If you will accept the agency, will sell no one else in your city but yourselves.
Yours truly, N. P. DePAU, Cashier.
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: WINDOW GLASS. :
All manufacturers say that we keep the best and largest assortment of any house i i this
section of country. Our prices arc ery reasonable.
VALENTINE’S and NOBLES & HOARE’S VARNISHES.
We keep a full stock ot Valentine’s Varnishes at manufacturer’s price. Also Nobles & IE re a
of London, England, for whom we are exclusive agents in this section.
DUCK & CO., 35 Broad Street.
We understand that parties are offering Green Seal White Lend in this market. ' snrh
is pure or genuine except that made by Davis, Chambers A Co., of Pittsburg. Pa., and ; i
we are SOLE AGENTS.
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dealings, Disgust.. o ..Joes, Xx''"' , ' x \
Weak Sight, Sore Throat, Coughs, 1 ” '’ ’ j
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