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A coiJgress of literary men of nil
nations is spoken of to take place in
Paris during flic Exposition.
On Tuesday, the 11th, the Bishop
Potter Memorial House, at Philadel
phia, was dedicated with appropriate
ceremonies at Front and Lehigh ave
'Hie Observatoire announces anew
series of experiments in a-rial naviga
tion. Several well known mronauts
will take pat. in them.
A number of prominent California
capitalists have purchased the Wes
tern Pacific Railroad lino from San
Francisco to San Jose.
A large Republican meeting was held
at Norfolk on Thursday evening.
Ripe peaches made their appearance
last week in the Savannah and Macon
New York landlords, it is said, have .
rather overshot their mark in rents ; ;
and, as a consequence, hundreds of
houses and apartments are, even at this j
late day unronted.
Corydon, the Irish informer, has
been experiencing the fate of such i
characters. If he meets with nothing j
worse than a mob he w ill he fortunate. !
It is expected that steam communi
cation between Savannah and Liver
pool will he started this month.
The Colorado, of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company’s fine. which ar
rived at San Francisco from China on j
13th, brought large mails, and Wells,
Fargo i% Cos., of New York, have nine
tons of express packages. More would
have been offered had the connection
been sure. The California papers say
the Pacific Mail Company must make
the connection more sure at Shanghai, j
the leading port of China. The im- ■
ports there are 48,000,000 taels every
rear. The American element is largely
The National Intelligencer says that
the President will not remove General
Sheridan. hut will restore Gov. WeUes
to his position.
* tuorge. and" you remember the store
of Daviifund Goliah?”
\ es, sir, David was a nm rn keeper
and Goliah waa an intemperate man.”
“Who told you that?”
“Nobody. I read it, and it said
that David fixed a sling for Goliah and
Goliah got slewed with it.”
The Georgia Railroad, from to-day,
will transport all provisions for free
distribution to the destitute at half the |
local rates, whenever the shipper satis- |
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that they are to he so disposed of in j
The International Christian Conven
tion meets at Montreal to-d*v.
AUGUSTA, GA., FRIDAY MORNING, A UNK !<s<>7.
Headquabtbks, 3d Military District
Georgia, Florida and Alabama,
Atlanta,Ga., May 21,1867.
General Orders, No. 20.
In accordance with an act of Congress,
I supplementary to tin Act to provide a more
; efficient Government for the rebel States,
| etc., dated March 2, 1867, the following
; arrangements are herein made for the n
gistration of voters in the States of (loot
j gia and Alabama.
j 1. The States of Georgia and Alabama.
! are divided into Registration Districts,
numbered and hounded, as hereinafter
11. A Board of Registration is hciein
appointed for each District, as above men
tioned, to consist of two white Registers,
and one colored Register. In the State
of Georgia, where only the two white Re
gisters are designated in this Order it is
directed that these white Registers in thick
j District immediately select, and cause to be
| duly qualified, a competent colored until to
J complete the Board of Registration, and
: report iiis name and Post office address,
without delay, to Col. C. C. Sibley, com
mandiug District of Georgia, at Macon.
111. Each Register will be required to
take and subscribe to the oath prescribed
by Congress, by an act dated July 2, 1862,
and an additional oath to discharge laitli
fully the duty of Register under the late
Acts of Congress. It is not believed that
any of the appointees, heretofore designa
ted, will be unable to take the test oath
above mentioned. Blank forms of these
oaths will be sent to the appointcess at
once, and on being executed and returned
to the superintendents of State Registra
tion, their Commissions as Registers will
ke issued, and forwarded to them imme
IV. In order to secure a full registra
tion of voters, it is determined to fix the
compensation of Registers according to the
general rules adopted in taking the census.
In the cities, the compensation is fixed at
fifteen cents for each recorded voter; in
the most sparsely settled counties and dis
tricts, at forty cents per voter. The com
pensatiou will be graduated between these
limits, according to the density of the pop
ulation and the facilities of the communica
tion. Ten cents per mile will tie allowed
for transportation of Registers off the lines
of railroads or steamboats, and five cents
per mile when travel is done on railroads
i and steamboats.
j V. It is hereby made the duty of all
| Registers, and they will he expected to
I perform it strictly, to explain to all persons.
; who have not heretofore enjoyed the right
J of suffrage, what are their political rights
i and privileges, an<t tiu. nuonssity of ever
j eisitij,' them upon all proper occasions.
VI. The name of each voter shall appear
in the list of voters for the precinct or ward
in which he resides; and in eases where
voters have bocj) unable to register, whilst
the Boards of Beguniti);,on were in the
wards or precincts, where such voles;, live,
i opportunity will be given to register at the
! county seats of their respective counties,
at a specified time, of which due notice
! will be given; hut the names of all voters
| thus registered will tie plaeeij up the lists of
voters of their respective precinct*
VII. The Board* of Registration will
j give due notice, so that it may reach all
persons entitled to register, of the date
‘ when the? Will be in each election precinct;
the time they will spend m and, apd the
plaee where the registration will bg inieU',
and upon the completion of the rOgiatrotjou
for each county, the Board of Registration
will give notice that they will be present,
for three successive days, at the county seat
of suelt county, to register such voters as
have failed to" register, or been prevented
from registering in their respective pre
cinct*, and to hear evidence in the ease of
voters rejected by the Registers in the sev
eral precincts, who may desire to present
testimony in their own behalf.
VIII. Unless otherwise instructed here
after. Boards of Registration aru directed,
in determining whether applicants to reg-
I inter are legally qualified, to hold that the
terms ‘ Executive and Judicial,” in the
Acts of Congress, of March 23, 1867, com
prise all persons whomsoever, who have
held office under the Executive or Judicial
Department of the State, or National Gov
ernment—in other words, all officers not
Legislative, which last are also excluded
bv the Act. Persons who apply to register,
but who arc considered disqualified by the
Boards, will be permitted to take the
required oath, which, with the objections
of the Board, will be held for adjudication
IX. The lists of registered voters for each
of the precincts will bfe exposed in some
public place in tbat precinct, for ten con
secutive days, at some time subsequent to
the completion of the registratien for each
county, and before any election is held, in
order that all supposed cases of fraudulent
j registration may be thoroughly investi
, gated. Due notice will be given and pro
vision made for the time and place for ex
amination »nd settlement of such cases.
X. Blank book* of oaths required to be
taken by voters, and blank registration
■ tj-f-s. as also full and detailed instructions
for the performance of their duties, " ill be
at once forwarded to t-lle Boards ot li gi
(ration appointed in this <*utri; audit is
, njoined upon these Board- that tlic> pro
! cent to complete the registration with >ll
energy and dispatch.
XI. The detailed instructions to Regis
ters will designate the member of each
Board who shall be its President.
XII. Violence, or threats of violence, or
any other oppressive means to prevent any
person from registering hi* name, or - vet
vising liis political right-, are positively
prohibited: and it i~ distinctly announced
: that no contract or agreement with lubor
| ers, which deprives them of their wage-’ fin
i any longer time than that actually consumed
| in registering or voting, will be permitted
I to be enforced against them in this Di-
I trict; and this offense, or any previously
mentioned in this paragraph will can *
the immediate arrest of the offender id
his trial before a Military Commission
XIII. The exercise of the right of' mi)
duly authorized voter, under the late Acts j
of Congress, to register and vote, is guar
anteed by the Military Authorities of this
District; and all persons whomsoever are
warned against any attempt to intortcre to
prevent any man from exercising this right. \
under any pretext whatsoever, other than |
objection by the usual legal mode.
XIV. In case of any disturbance or vio
lence at the placet of registration, or any j
molestation of Registers or of applicants j
to register, the Board; of Registration will
call upon tie- local civil authorities tin
police force, or n posse, to arrest the offend j
ets and preserve quiet, ot, if necessary, upon 1
the nearest military authorities, who are j
hereby instructed to furnish the necessary I
aid. Any civil oluciah who refuse, ot who |
fail to protect Registers ot applicants to |
register, will be repotted "> the heti-dquar- i
ters of the Officer Commanding in the!
Stott who will arrest such delinquents, !
and send charge* against them to these I
headquarters, that they may tie brought I
before a Military Commission
By command of Brevet Muj Gen. Pop. I
G K Sanderson, !
Capt. 33d Infantry & A. A. A. G
UD’QTRS ih> MILITARY DINT..
Montgomery, Ala.. April 8.
General Orders No. 5.
I The following extract from the re- ,
cent Act* of Cungroau in relation to I»c
construction in the Southern States. .it. '
published for the information of till con
[Public No. '>.]
An Act aupplimc-ntary to “An act en
titled an act to provide for the more
efficient government of the rebel States,"
passed March 2, IBG7, and to facilitate
Be it enacted, ate.,' That before the
first day of September, 1867 the com
manding general in each district (defined
by ait act entitled "■ An act to provide for
j the more efficient government of (lit* rebel
] States,” passed March 2, 1807,) shall
cause a registration to be made oft,lie male
! citizens of the United Sluu-s. twenty one
years of age, and upwards, residont in end)
j county nr parish As the State or Mates tn
eluded in his district, which registration
j shall include only those person* who arc
qualified to vote for delegates by the set
j aforesaid, and who shall itato taken and
I subscribed the following oath or affirma
“I,— —, do solemnly sweat, or affirm,
in the presence t is Almighty God, til >! 1
mil a citizen of tho Mate of ; that
I IniTO resided in said Mate for
months next proceeding this day, and
now reside in the county , or parish of
' ,in st,id State, as the ease may bo;
! that I am 21 years old ; that I have not
i been disfranchised for participation in any
rebellion or civil war against Bis United
Htatcs, or given aid or (jomtort to the
! enemies thereof. Bint 1 have never taken
| an oath as a member of Congress of tho i
j United States, eras an officer of the Uni- j
ted States, eras a member, of any State j
Legislature, or ns an executive or judicial
o flip or of an/ Sfafe, so support the Con !
stitution of the United States, and after
wards engaged in insurrection or rebellion
against the United States, or givcß aid or j
comfort to the enemies thereof; that 1 will
faithfully support the Constitution and j
pber thp tar* of flic United States, and |
will, to the heat of my ability, oiitnui ago
others so to do So help me God ; which
oath or affirmation may ho administered :
by any registering officer.
Sec. 4. That the commanding general
of each district shall appoint a* many
Boards of Registration ns may ho neces
sary, consisting of tinea loyal officers or
persons, to make and complete tits rogis
j (ration, superintend tho election, and
j make return to him of the votes, list of vo
! ters and of tho persons elected as delo
gates by a plurality of rotes oast at said
11, In order to ixeeutc this provision
of the act referred to with us little delay
as possible, tho commanding officers of-tl;e
Districts of Alabama, Georgia and Florida,
will proceed immediately to divide those
■States into convenient District* to Regis
tration. aided by such information on ibe
subject as they have or cap obtain. It is
suggested that the election districts in
each State which in 18G0 sent, a member
to the most numeious branch of the State
I Legislature, will be found a convenient
division for. Registration. It is desirable
tbat in all ease* the registers shall be
civilians where it is possible to obtain such
as come within the provisions of the Act.
and are otherwise suitable poisons . and
that military officers shall not be need for
this purpose except in cases i»f actual tie
cessity. The compensation tor register"
will he fixed hereafter, but the general
rule will he observed of graduating the
compensation by the number of recorded
voters. To each list of rotor* shall be
appeude! the oath 61 the register <n rog
ist'-rs that tin name have been faithfully
recorded and repi-seut rut uni lego! •in
ters. aud tiiat the .-.nine '.nan does not up
pear under ditlVroji'. names. Tin re'gbter.-
arc especially instiucled to a-e that all
■utormultou conceit - ,iug their political
tight* is given to persons entitled to veto
under the Actjof Congress and they arc
made I'.ponsible that ever* such )■ :tl
voter lute the opportunity.
11l A* spedtly u* pm-eibtr. the ii-.mca
of persons chosen An register* be
communicated to tho Headquarters for the
approval of the Cotiiina'idi'ig General.
IV. The Distrie; Ce.aman ier n; ,
of the State* ccptpi i<ed m tine Military
District is authorized to appoint cue- >r
more general Supevvb: r: of Registration
whose liiirfi.i'ft ab- 1 ’: in to visit the
various paint* where rcg.*ua::on is being
carried m ; u, inspect t ,r ; pe-rati-ur of
the register* ; rill to re-ore tllem-dvcs
that *v»rj i. : - 1* •V><* j •-•< has I n:
cessary information concerning his politi
cal rights, and the opportunity to record
V. A General Inspector, either an offi
cer of the army or a civilian, will bo ap
pointed at these Headquarters, to see that
the provisions of this order arc fully and
VI. District Commanders may, at their
discretion, appoint the civil officers of tho
United States as Registers, with additional
compensation as may seem reasonable and
VII. The Commanding Officer of each
District wfll give public notice when and
where the Registers will commence the
Registration, which notice will be kept
public by the Registers in each District
during the whole time occupied in Regis
VIII. Interference by violence, or other
oppr ssiva means, to prevent the Regis
tration- of any voter, is positively pro
hibited, and any person guilty of such in
terference shall he arrested and tried by
the military authorities.
By command of- BreYct Major General
J. F. Conynujiam,
Ist Lieut, 24th l. ! . S. Infantry.
Act. A-sst. Adjt. General.
Official. <>. (I. Knatr,
is! Lieut, .'kid Infantry,.Brevet Captain
F- S. A.. Post Adjutant
The Proposed Constitutional
h'nulcca ; -y thi Sniittr and IU w of
Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled (two
thirds of both Houses concurred), That
the following articles be proposed to the
Legislatures of the several States as an
amendment to the Constitution of the
United States, which, when ratified by
three-fourths of said Legislatures, shall bo
valid as a part of the Constitution, namely:
Article— Section I. All persons born
or naturalized in tho United States, and
subject to the juridiction thereof, are oiti
tizena of the United States, and of Ihu
Slate who rein they reside. No State shall
make or enforce any law which shall
abridge the privileges or immunities of
I citizens of the United States. Nor shall
| any State deprive any person of life, iili< r
| tv or property without due process of-law,
I nor deny t, any person within Itsjurisdic
tion the equal protection of tho laws.
! Sec. 2. Representatives shall lie appor
tioned am- ,ig the several States according
to the rotpoctivo numbers, counting the
! whole ti'tfubei of persons in each State,
j excluding Indian* not taxed , hut when
ever the right to veto at any election fur
: electors «f Prsaident and Vice-president
or for United Slqtes Representatives in
1 Congress, executive and judicial officers of
! the Legislature thereof, is denied to any of
j the mule inhabitants of such .State, being
twenty-one years of age, and citizens of
the United States, or in any way abridged,
[except for participation in rebellion of
ether crime, tho basis of representation
therein shall he reduced in the proportion
which the number of such male citizens
shall hear to the whole number of malo
citizens twenty-one years of age in tha
Sec if. Nq nt rsoii ajyall be a Senator or
Representative in Congress, elector of
President and Vice-President, or held any
office, civil or military, under the United
States, or under any State, who having
previously taken an oath as a member of
Congress, or an officer of the United States
or i)s gn executive or judical officer of any
Slate, to support the Constitution of tho
United States, shall have engaged in in
surrection er rebellion against the same, or
given fiid or comfort to 1 lie enemies there
of; hut Congress may, by a two thirds of
each House, remove such disability.
Sec- ! The vuhlit.y of tho public debt
of the United States, authorized by law,
including debts incurred for the payment
of pcimious and bounties for serveo in sup
pressing insurrection or rebellion, shall
not be questioned, but neither the United
States nor any State shall assume or pay
any debt or obligation incurred in aid of
insurrection or rebellion against the Uni
ted States, or claim for the loss or emanci
pation of any slave ; but all such debts,
ob.igutio Drill claitiiK olmll be bold illegal
,S(< o Tlm'Congrcus shall have power
to enforce, by appropriate legislation, tile
provisions of tins article.
Congressional Districts of Georgia,
! ' Cotin!ie; Chafliitin. ]>iran, Liberty
M, It,to«h, Wayne' Glynn, Camden. Chari
ton. Ware, Fierce. Appling. Tatnai Bui
!<>(•!: Effingham, Scriven, Emanuel, Mont
goincry. Telfair, Coffee, Clinch, Eriiob
Lovi iidi . Berrien. Irvin, Lauren*, Johnson.
Brooks, Colquit. and Thomas. Twenty
nito i emd if s.
2d. Counties Decatur Karlov. Millei
Baker Mitchell. Worth. Dooly," Wilcox,
piihe-ki. Iloi.tstoie Macon Morion, Cliufta
hoocliee Suiuter, Web-tor. Stewart. (Juit,
nuu Cloy. Calhoun. Randolph. Terrell
I. am I J)oti"liei ty. Twenty three emoi
3d. Countic- Mu-cog* ,• Selib-y Tav
T.dbot. ilani- Tioutt Merriwe.i-u- r.
11. ltd, C’ovvefu, Cayite. Cijtyion. Carroil.
Campbell. Harabon. and FauuJinv. i'll-
K f n (<HUlti(
itu. Counties I’paon. Fik«. Spalding.
Memy, Newton. Butt-,, Monroe, Crawford,
BiM," 'i'wiqg-;, Wilkinson, Baldwin, Jour;.
-Tii old l'ut-nnm. Fifteen Conner
otii. Counties Wa.-bington, Joffti - •
Burkt ltichmond. Glascock, Hancock, War
i en, Go! e.nbi.t. Lincoln. Wilkes. Tdliferm.
tri-ern Morgan, < vfethorpe, tint! Ufbi ;i
F'utrtei a counties.
dt.h. Counties Milton. Gwinnett ' 'al
Clark. Jack,son. Modi, on, Hart. F; :l,
I in. Hanks, Hull. Forsyth, I’i ken.-, Dav on
ipkin, While Hal« rslnim, Rabat i,
Town Union. Fatmiu, and < til,tier. 'I van
tv eight counties
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j tie sin oo the it t .»»■<• in from five to *■ itrJ»t wc'-M,
j or hair upon bald heads in from two to three
month-. A few iynortmf praetitionecs have <»> (
serted that Me n* is nothiiyi; that will foree of |
ha-ten the growth of the l.aiu or Their
»-a *thni an I’d- . a- thou-nml- of lirma wit
lit - toil ,heir oui, 1 AjKiriuuee. fan hearwii
m- Bi't, many will- tv. how .hi " o ii
lii.e-.isii ih* '.enniue from tin. -. m nm-It
i a-.aiith iih nil, .1 Dine o*4 11-ol l It*, pp-.pa'
i Fat ion- ! ’ i'« and !'■>: Mu h b- ,ik! tumrit jti, i-n
; mi» i\ voitile---, ,nd von max iiav'c already
' iiliowu ax :ty amounts in til* if pilfe.Jia.ve
I hi -util xvc winiid siv try the B '.I’AItATOR
I (*AFILLA . it w-iil corit you nothin: eule-g it
I fully rome- op to mi- . pr* entni-imv? It ycut
tlni'-yi ••• laU. k* 1 iu, f end l one dollar* '
Ins id x'.'i will 0 . io, ipa:d. fowetiicj willi
j a Feei ipi i m !he m('jn.v. which wiM beret a rued '
; x'• ■ll Git -■ 1 ■ ii* . 11 . •? 1 iT'-o, iiiin;; entire . .tisfa.e
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|THE HOAD TO FORTUNE.
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; t V M A !•; j N< t •:o KVF’.'V i>AV ill the
1 e, ir l>v »-u e* , 'wnvri of the tjirt ordimui
jix 0.0 • ! • WUL awe W'.-afi-.l A MFT V
I(' K,VT ‘ af 1 *f.! -Mi tree a j pliuation.
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f vison. I'hi 11 lipy, Blakemaii & < 0
17 <mrt IW (Jrccii Street,
vetlu’SKtilKs OF SCHOOL BOOKS ever ni
! terwl tu the public lui ve attained so wide a cir
| eulntiou, or received the approval and oodorsc
j incut, of imqiy competent and reliable educator*
iuTUI L'Vts of the United States, us till*.
Among the most prominent ol their putdica-
Uoiis are the following, viz :
THE UNION SERIES OF HEADERS AND
SPELLERS—entirely new in matter met
illustrations, nnd received with great favor
by the best tencliors in the country.
ROBINSON’S SERIES OF ARITHMETICS—
very popular with "11 teachers who linvr
tested them in the class room.
ROBINSON’S ALGEBRAS AND HIGHER
MATHEMATICS—entireIy rewritten . lull,
complete, scientific and practical.
KERL’S NEW SERIES OF GRAMMARS—
unsurpassed in simplicity, ohwrno , re •
search, imtl practical utility.
SPENCERIAN COPY BOOKS—simple, pi ncti
cal and licauliftil. Newly engrsved »nd im
SPENCERIAN CHARTS OF XVIUTING AM)
DRAWING—six in number, in *iee, 24 liy
SANDERS’ PRIMARY HAND CARDS-*.'
SANDERS’ PRIMARY SCHOOL CHARTS—
Itu-gc, for the *cllool-rooni, eight number*
on four cards.
A It C CARDS AND A RITHMETICALT Utt P
H ILHON’S HISTORIES.
I’ASQUELLE’S FRENCH SEittWt.
BRYANT Ai ST It ATTt )N’S BOOK KEEPING.
WOODBURY’S GERMAN SKKIKtt,
MANTILLA’S SPANISH READERS,
1 cot,TON’S liEOGRAPHIES.
WEBSTER’S SCHOOL DICTIONARIES
BKADURY’S SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS, etc.
They also mat'll Incline the SPENCERIAN
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Pcnsmcn «»f the country ra superior to•Uothcir*
Teiulicru and nil others interested arc in
vited to send for our Descriptive Catalogue nnd
Circulars, and to correspond mtb «■ freely.
Address the Publishers.
Cf\ Make Vour Own Soap
Per Cent Saved By
I TBK B. T. BABBIT'S PUKE CONUEN
TKATED POTASH ok JtEADY 8o\J»
MAKKK. Warranted double the strength of
i common Potash, nnd superior to any other <n
-1 tonitier or ley in the market. Put up in cans of
«»ne pound, two pounds, three pounds, six
pounds and twelve pounds, with full directions,
in English and German, for making Hard ami
Soft Soap. One pound will makohitcenpMlon*
of Soft Soap. No lime is required. Consumers
will find this Mie ehenpest Potash in the limrkrf.
Ask your srorer for it ■». T. IIAIIHI I ,
<»4, 05, tU>, OT, 08, 00, 70, and 74 Washing
ton street, New York.
rn PKK CENT. SAVED BY USING IK. I .
•>U imtltli'k ST Alt YEAST POW
DEB. Light Biscuit, or any kind of Cuke, may
be made woth this “ Yeast Powder” ill fifteen
mimites. N»i sliorteniny; is retjuired when sweet
milk is usid. Nos. 77and 71 VVMblngtou st..
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OF FI <J ER S ;
M T. Hewitt; Preddent.
Rev. I. W. Alvord, iM Viee-Presidtnl.
Lewis Ulophane, M A’iru President.
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Principal Ooi< e, mruer TOth street and Penn
sylvania Avenue. Washington, D. U.
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MI Mi*: proiits belong to the depo-M**' no
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