Tin* bally Loyal Georgian. I
Al'GI HTA, GA. JURY 25, 1867. j
Constitution for Republican Clubs.
,Ve cull the attention of our Repub
lican loaders to tin' foilmviiiL;Constitu
tion, which will be : good one lor
them to adopt in or;:.iii/.!l|0 Republi
t'lii.-' f.'luli -hull lie known as tin- Union He
publican Club of (name <»l town,)
county of— , State of .
I'his Club is organizcrl for the purpose of ad
vancing the interests of the Union He pul'd lean
party in this State and throughout the nation.
It vill strive to elevate labor, odmate the igno
rant, and sustain the cause of universal justice.
* ARTICLE lIL
Vho officers of this Club shall be a resident,
two Viee-l'residenf , a Secretary, a 'I reasurer,
and an Executiv . Coimuittee of five in<*mb* rs.
The above named officers shall he elected at the
first lTiec-ling in .January and July in each year,
aud they shall hold over until their sueeessors
are duly elected and qualified.
DUTIES OF OFFICERS.
•jhe ofliccrs of this Club shall perform the
duties required of similar officers by ordinary
parliamentary usage. The Executive < ormnit
tce shall pn juire busiij' ss for the mel tings of
the Club and make such arrangement" as hall
Secure a good attendance. They shall also
Kiahe such efforts as may he in their power to
mala: the meetings interesting and profitable.
QUALIFICATIONS OF MEJMIIEttS.
The only qualifications necessary to become a
member of this (dub, should he a good moral
character and an expressed determination to
support the principles of the, 1 uion Republican,
f!ic expenses of this Club shall be defrayed
by voluntary contributions from among the
members and others.
FISK & HATCH
HA N K KICS.
MO. 5 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK,
Hoys and scllant market rates all descriptions of
(10YISRNMKNT SECT’R IT IKS.
Accounts of Ranks, Bankers & Others
Reeei veil mi I 'uvorublo Terms,
j(follectionM made throughout flu United
States and <iamidas.
f.v (’ertifieate.s **f Deposit 1, r< <l.
JAY COOKE k CO.,
No. 20 Wall St., cor. Nassau,
N tO W VO I t lv -
V\ r ,-n,s ;iml - ‘-ll ill tin- i:i' ilibe ml i urn lit
prices, and Keep on lmml a full aupply of
(lovormnnit 80.nd.-5 ol'all Issuen,
OO.MPOI NI» INTEREST NOTES,
Vml cxcciilc orders lor [inrelmse and .sale of
STOCKS, BONDS AND GOLD.
rVe have added to our ollieo u Retail Depart
ment, for the. accommodation of the public and
mantl for investment in and c\elmm;-rs of Gov
crnnient Seeurities, tlie pnreliase of GOLD and
INTEREST COURONS, and tin sale of IN
TERN AI, It K YEN UK STAMPS.
feevcn-Tliirticft etinvcrted into Five-Twenties
, at t tie most favorable rates.
Jc2B JAY COOKE * CO.
A Beautiful ileail of Hair,
fiich Ctloes aud Kavcu Tresses instead of
IT 2S mOT A D¥£ !
Catalytic Hair Color Restorer, Reviver
g» i: % i i l l ra s: ns,
H as proved to be the bed Hair preparation
ever presented to the public, n fact to which
thousands who have used it will testify. If the,
hair is falling off, or becoming gray, the use of
tbo CATALYTIC will surely anv.'t its decay
and cause it to assume, in a short time, all its
former Inanity. Asa itrtir Dressinir, tlie t'ATA
LYTIE is uneiiuulled by any oilier preparation
Sn the world.
Restores Gray llnir to the natural color.
Promotes the Growth of the Hair.
Prevents Hair falling out.
Ctianyes the Roots to their original organic
Eradicates Dandruff and Humors.
Keeps the Scalp healthy.
Contains no Injurious ingredient.
If you wish to have a Kaiititiil lierul of hair—
rfcli gloss, raven tresses and -UUea texture, ur
ate iu l of gray decay —use the UATAI.V TIC,
whie.h will give life, growth and t'eanty to the
hair. Every bottle, warranted to give entire
satisfaction. Ask lor tlie CATAI.Y TIC. Take
no other or you will be disappointed.
Tor sate by the principal Druggists,
flic trade supplied bv
McKesson a rolblxs,
Wholesale Druggists, tU ,v!';i Fulton't..
f or sale in Atlanta bv
REDM INF FOX,
ami i'AVi.uii g I>AVIS.
The Sweet Southern Boquet
A Rare mid Most Exquisite lYiTmnc.
This delightful, fashionable and Standard
South for it* great delicacy and gentility ; far
surpassing in its rich and delicious odor any
thing now offered to the public.
■WEETSOI TUEUA B(*«R liT
IS THE LADIES' DELIGHT.
As it is the most delightful, lasting a ml fasli
toll Tile perfume Try it but on. v and you wil
use no other. The odor is deliglitful.
SWEET SOUTHERN 80l QUKT is dis
tUled from fragrant Som: ern Flowers, and
dedicated to tlie Lndit® of .ia s-rath,
J. S. PEMBERTON,
je27 Columbus, Ga.
J. & P, Coats’
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
Til R FA I).
JOHN A- ill Oil AITIIINtLOSS,
Sole Agents in New York,
CALVIN SIIAFKK. | W. C. HAMILTON
Shafer & Hamilton,
(Successors to Leonard »J. Gordon & Cos.)
FORM.FELY PHILIP GORDON,
Frui I Syrups,
Cordials, Bitters, Sic.,
Whiskies and Imported Wines.
No 55 Vesey 3t., New York,
PEARSON’, AIKIN & CO.,
MDM 811 YE AYOItkS.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
Sneli as Straw Cutters, Corn Shollers,
(filler Hills, Drag Saws, Circular
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Stettin
Engines and Boilers,
Os Hie lnH st and most improved patterns.
With our improved Valve, ten percent, of the
fuel is saved -and all our work is warranted to
give satisfaction. For further particulars, in
quire as above, of 15 arson, Aikiu A Cos., Varie
ty, Foundry and Machine Works, Main street,
belwe.cn l 'thun l 13th streets, Louisville, Ky.
TiloDOItK IK ' Lh, i Li. ii 111t.vj11> In. little.
President. j S<» rotary. | Sup’t.
ROVER WHEEL COMPANY,
I'. II oyc r A to.,
MA\I I-ACTI UKUH OF
S A HYMN'S PATENT WHEELS,
Whe Is, Spokes, Hubs, Felloes. Shafts,
BOWS, I’OLES, AND ALL KINDS OF
FLOW HANDLES, &C.,
f io. R.VJt B esi I Ir i r«l St.,
New Leather Store.
REEI) BROS. & CO.
Great Inducements Offered.
J'riees Grcatft/ lieduced.
W F have just received a very large, fresh,
and well assorted stock of the finest, brands of
LBENCH CALF SKINS, which we are now
selling from Si TO to £2 per pound. We have
on hand a large and complete stock of all kinds
of LKATIIKK and SHOE FINDINGS, consist
ing partly ot Sole, Upper, Kip Skins, Harness,
Skirting and Bridle I-fathers, Pad Skins, Mo
roccos, Toppings, Linings, Are., <fcc.
AL > dealers'in lill)Es, OIL, TALLOW, and
LEATIIKU and GUM BELTING. Please to
give us a call beforeAuirehnsing elsewhere.
REED BROS A CO.,
11l Main at., between Third and Fourth.
N. P*. Cash paid for Hides and Leather in
rough. j e 2o
N. WE A. HE, j W. A. TU HUSTON,
Late of Flcmingsburg, Ky. | Late of Paris, Ky.
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND STS.,
WEARE &. THURSTON,
SCHMITT .V BROS.,
SHOW CASE WARE ROOM.
*o. Oli tlniu direct,
AH kind* of SHOW CASES kept on
hnnd and mode to order. / j ( gi;
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
COIINEK SF-'OND AND JEFFERSON' STS.,
M .M. S. it M. S DEHONET, PROPRIETORS,
S.«". exDUJI.I,K, kl.
BiH West llaiu Ntreet,
A -A tilt at«cntion of MILLINERS and MER
CHANTS to their Stock of
s um;* vNi> mssi;*- hats,
Errss Trimming-. Suttons. Braids.
VEIL GOOUS , IIA X OKER VII IE ES,
And Fine Imported Varieties.
iJ” Ordviv receive good and prompt atten
THE FAVORITE *ND MOST CUHKORTABLE ROUTE
nugusta to New York,
A HE following New. Fast and First-f.lass ;
Steamships sail from SAVANNAH to NEW !
YORK every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
.I fi<rray'B Line, Atlantic C. M. Empirt Lin*
S. 8. Cos. Line.
Sail Tuesdays. S'l Thursdays ST Saturdays
LEO, HERMAN SAN
LI VINGBTOX, .HALVA DOR,
Dearborn, Baker, Nickerson,
Commander. Commander. Commander.
VIRGO, GEN. BARNES, SAX JACINTO,
Buckley, Morton, Atkins,
Commander. Commander. Commander.
These Steamships arc all of large carrying ca
pacity, well adapted to this route, and arc fitted
up with especial regard to the comfort of pa
gers—State Rooms large and airy, the Steward’s
Department supplied with the beat the Now
York and Savannah markets afford. The
through freight Tariff having been much re
duced, Freighters and Passengers will find this
the QUICKEST, SAFEST and MOST ECONOMICAL
route to New York.
THROUGH TICKETS to be had of Ticket
Agent, Office Waynesboro’ R. R. Depot.
Murray’s Line—HUNTER tC GAMMEL,
Atlantic C. M. 8. S. Co.’s Line—WILDER &
Empire Line—B. H. HARDEE, Agent.
GKO. A. M< CLERKEY,
j&25 Geu’lTraveling Agent.
J. HINCKLIN’G & CO’S
|OIt EA T SAJj E
ON the populor one-price plan, giving ( very
patron a handsome and reliable Watch for
till e price of Ten Dollars! without regard to
value, and not to Iki paid for unless perfectly
500 Solid Gold Hunting Wateln- , to 750
500 Magic Cased Gold Watches, 200 to 500
500 Ladies’ Watches, Enameled, 100to20()
1000 Gold Hunt’gGhron’ter Watelu s ‘.‘bO to JoO
1000 Gold Hunting English Levers, 200 to 250
3000 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches, 150 to 200
5000 Gold lluntg American Watches, 100 to 150
5000 Silver Hunting Levers, 50 to 150
5000 Silver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to 250
10000 (iold Hunting Lcpines, 50 to 75
10000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches, 50 to 100
25000 Hunting Silver Watches, 25 to 50
30000 Assorted Watches, (all kinds,) 10 to 75
Every person obtains a Watch by this arrange
ment costing but #lO while it may be worth
£750. No partiality shown.
Messrs. J. Hinekiing «v Co.’s Great American
Watch Company, New York City, wish to im
mediately dispose of the above magnificent
stock. Certificates, naming articles, are placed
in sealed envelopes. Holders arc entitled to j
articles named on their certificates upon pay
ment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Wab h
worth #750 or one worth l« -s The return of
our certificates entitles you to the articles named
thereon, upon nay men t irrespective of its worth,
and as no article valued less than $lO is named
on any certificate, it will at once be seen that
this is no lottery but a straight forward legiti
mate transaction which may be participated in
by even the most fastidious !
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, post
paid, upon receipt of 25 cents; five for $1;
eleven for $2; thirty-three and an elegant pre
mium for $5 ; stxty-six and more valuable pre
mium for $10; one hundred and a most superb I
Wateli for #ls. To Agents, or those v/isuing
employment, this is a rare opportunity. It is a
legitimately conducted business, duly autho-
Irised by the Government, and open to the most
careful scrutiny. Try us.
•B. IliultliitK A. Cos„
140 Broadway, near I*. ().,
feb2-dm City of New York.
I>EINU a private instructor for married per-
sons, or those about to he married—both
male and female—in everything concerning the
physiology and relations of our sexual system,
and the production and prevention of offspring,
including all the new discoveries never before
given in the English language, by WM. YOUNG,
M. D. This is really a valuable and interesting
work. It is written in plain language lor the
general reader, and illustrated with numerous
Engravings. All young married people, or
those contemplating marriage, and having the
least impediment to married life, should read
this book, it discloses secret* that every one
should be acquainted with, still it is a book that
must be locked up, and not lie about the house.
It will be sent to any one on the receipt of 50
cents. Address, Dr. WM. YOUNG, No. 410
Spruce street, above Fourth, Philadelphia, Fa.
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE
—No matter what may be your disease, before
you place yourself under the care of any of the
notorious Quacks— native or foreign—who ad
vertise in this or any other paper, get a copy of
Dr. Youmflhiook and read it carefully. It will
be the means of saving you many a dollar, your
health, and possibly your life.
Dr. YOUNG can he consulted on any of the
diseases described in his publication*, at bis
office, No. 416 Spruce street, above Fourth,
There eometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to great and to small;
The beauty w hich once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all and all may be fair,
BY THE USE OE
E N A M E 5 I, ,
For Improving mid Beautifying the Com
The llioet YiiUiAhlc mid perfect preparation in 1
use for giving the skin a beautiful peari-like
tint, that is only found in youth. It unieklv
removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotchc.-. Moth i
Patches, Sallowness, Eruptions, and all Impuri
ties of tiie Skin, kindly healing the same, leav
ing the skin white amt clear as alaba-ter. Its
nse cannot be detected liy the closest - -utinv,
and being a vegetable preparation, is perfectly
harmless. It is the. only article of the kind used
by the French, and is considered by the Pari
sians as indispensable to a perfect toilet, Up
wards of 80,000 bottles were sold during the p i-t
year, j sufficient, guaranty of its cfiiuev.
Price only 75 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid,
on receipt of au order.
BERGER, SIIUTTS K' CO., Chemists,
285 River Street. Troy, X. Y.
apfi __ _ __ lv
J Auburn , Oohten, Fbisen end Silken C
PtODUOEE by the us* ot Prof. DEBREUX’
t RISER RE (JIIEVEUX. One applica
tion warranted to curl the most straight and
stubborn liair, of either sex, into wavy ringlets
or heavy masses of curls. Has been used by tlie 1
fashionables of Pari- and London with tlie most
gratifying results. Does no injury to tlie liair,
Price, by mail, scaled and post-paid, St. De
scriptive circulars mailed free. Address
BERGER, SIIUTTS ,v CO., Chemists,
No. 355 River Street, Troy, N. Y., I
Sole Agents for the United States.
ap6 ly |
i KXCELiaOIt! DVCHttiIOR !
//. I 111 EVTEIIMINA TOll! !
For Jlemociuy Sttpcrjiuous Hair.
rpo the ladies espeeially, this invaluable dc-
X pilatory recommends itself as being an al
| most indispensible article to female beauty, is
| easily ajtplicd, does not burn or injure the skin,
| but acts directly on the roots. It is warranted
to remove superfluous liair from low foreheads,
or from any part of the body, completely, total
ly and radically extirpating the same, leaving
the skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the
only article used by tlie French, and is the only
real effectual depilatory in existence. Price 75
| cents per package, sent postpaid, to any address,
on receipt of an order, by
BERGER BIIUTTB Cos., Chemist*,
apfi-ly 285 River Bt., Troy, N. Y.
lew York ami Charleston
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
ADDER’S SOUTH WHARF.
TIIE elegant Side* Wheel Steamships
MANHATTAN, M. S. Woodbull, Command
CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander,,
Leave each port oil SATURDAY, and for*
speed and comfort have no superior on the
Both Ships have splendid Cabin accommoda
tions lor Passengers.
All outward Freights for this Line should lie
consigned to COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
who will forward the same free of commission.
Freights received daily at the pier.
For passage and business connected with in
ward Freights, apply to STREET BROS. & CO.,
74 East Bay.
HENRY R. MORGAN A: CO.. Agents,
26 Broadway, New York.
STREET BROS. & CO.,
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
Joint Agents N. Y. <V C. 8.8. Cos.,
jc3s Charleston, 8. C.
Augusta to Yew York.
1 HE GREAT ATLANTIC SEABOARD
AND GULF MAIL ROUTE is the quickest,
most pleasant, safe, reliable, and comfortable
from Augusta, Savannah, Macon, Columbus and
Atlanta to the North.
This old and favorite route from New Orleans,
Mobile and Montgomery, via Atlanta, Augusta,
Wilmington and Weldon, N. to Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, is now in excellent order and successful
operation, with n- w Engines, new and elegant
Cars, and Sleeping Cars.
From Weldon, tiiuek kouteh to New York
arc now open, viz :
Via Richmond and Washington City.
Via Portsmouth and Old Bay Line Steamers.
Via Portsmouth and the new Aimaiuessic
The bust, is a in w and very pleasant route, by
Steamer, from Portsmouth to Crislleld, on the
Eastern Shore < f Virginia, and thence by Rail
over the length »f the entire State of Delaware,
connecting at Wilmington, Delaware, with
through train* to Philadelphia and New York,
or to Baltimore.
Fare from Augusta to New York, by either of
the three routes,'#36.
Elegant »Si.i-:bi*i no Cars on all Night Trains.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through Tickets, good by either route until
used, for sab- at the South Carolina Railroad
Ticket Office. P. IT. LANG DON,
General Southern Agent.
For particular*, inquire of
jc2s 186 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
Change of Schedule of South Caro
lina Railroad Company,
Office Soi tii Carolina Railroad Cos., )
Charleston, July 9, ISO 7. (
On AND AFTER TUESDAY, JULY
Utli, 1807, the THROUGH MAIL TRAIN irom
Columbia to Augusta, will run as follows, viz:
Leave. Augusta 7 00 A. M.
Arrive, at Charleston 4 00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 5 20 P. M.
Leave. Charleston 8 00 A. M.
Arrive at. Augusta 5 00 P. M.
Atlantic' and Gulf Kailioatl.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leaves Savannah at 8 30 P. M.
Arrives at Thomasville at 7 45 A. M.
Arrives at Live Oak at 6 30 A. M.
Arrives at Jacksonville at 12 40 P. M.
Arrives at Tallahassee at 3 20 P. M.
Leaves Tallahassee at 10 15 A. M.
Leaves Jacksonville at 2 10 P. M.
Leaves Live Oak at 8 00 P. M.
Leaves Thomasville at 6 55 P. M.
| Arrives at Savannah at 6 00 A. M.
STEP BY STEP,
Th e Ch ild's JFlrst Lesson Hook
DESIGNED to teach new beginners to read
on an improved plan. Price, 25 cents.
“ H is one of the best first books lor young
children that we have yet seen, and will doubt
j less soon win its way to public favor, and be
i generally employed in the instruction of chil
dren.”—Dchnmrc State Journal.
u Step i„. Step i* certainly a bijou of a child’s
school book.”— Phita. Press.
The subscribers will send a oircular contain
ing specimen pages of thenbove work, designed
to teach the little ones to read on anew plan, to
any one desiring it It will give teachers and
others Interested in education an idea of tlie
work. Dopic« of the work will be sedt to auy
address, for the purpose of examination, on re
ceipt of 15 cents.
DAVIS, PORTER «fe COATES,
712 Sansom Street, Philadclpiha.
Change of Schedule
( )x AND AFTER SUNDAY, JULY 7TH
ISiiT, ilu> iV. --r!i'ivr Trains on the Georgia Rail
j load will run as ft lliurv. The i Range is made
| to close up the delay at Augusta :
I).VY PASSENGER TRAIN.
(Daily, Sundays Excepted.)
Leave Augusta at 6 80 A. M.
Leave Atlanta at 5 15 M.
Arrive at Augusta at ii 00 P, M.
Arrive at Atlanta at ,« 10 I'. M,
NIGHT PA.-sF.NGER TRAIN.
Lv; ve Augusta at S 00 P. M.
Leave Atlanta at <; 30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta at 3 15 A. >L
Arrive at Atlanta at 5 00 A. AL
Passengers for Mayfield, Washington and
Athens, Ga., must take Day Passenger Train
from Augusta and Atlanta.
Passengers for West Point, Montgomery. Mo
bile and New Orleans must leave "Augusta on
Night Passenger Train at 000 P M., to make
Passengers for Nashville, Corinth, Grand
Junction, Memphis, Louisville, and St Louis,
can take either train and make close connec
THROUGH TICKETS and Baggage Checked
through to the above places,
PULLMAN’S PALACE SLEEPING CARS
on all Night Passenger Trains.
E. W. COLE,
jt-So General Superintendent
IKE LOYAL GEORGIAN,
A DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
Daily, per annum $6
Daily, six months - -3 00
Daily, three months - 105
Weekly, per annum - * 3 00
Weekly, six months 1 75
Weekly, three months - - - 100
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS ONE OF THE VERY FEW
Outspoken Republican Papers in the South.
It was the first irt the State to advocate the broad principle of “ EQUAL
EIGHTS FOR ALL ” —lt vindicates the doctrine of the supremacy of the
National over Slate Governments—lt unqualifietUy denounces Skokshion as
not only unconstitutional, but inherently hostile to, and destructive of, all
Democratic Ucptiblican Governments—lt maintains for Congress, as the
body duly appointed by our form of government for National legislation, the
right and duty to, at all times, so legislate as to vindicate the honor and
prowess of tlie Nation—lt will advocate the early reconstruction of the
Stales on the platform laid down by the “ National Union I’cpubli ; u
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS MADE ONE OF THE
OFFICIAL ORGANS OF THE GOVERAUEYf U THIS STATE
It will publish the LAWS enacted by Oongress ant’ all GOVERNMENT
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS ALSO DESIGNATED TIIE
Organ of the Educational Association of the State,
It will, therefore, he found to contain the most general and complete infor
mation respecting these important interests in our midst, and will from time
to time be furnished with able and interesting Communications from the
best Educators in the State.
A Family Newspaper.
While devoting considerable space to the discussion of the great political
questions r,dating to the times and section, we shall reserve space for such
miscellaneous Educational and Religious reading as will make the paper at
tractive and profitable to all. We shall scrupulously guard against the inser
tion -of anything tending to demoralize Home and Society. On the other
hand, we shall aim, through ever) appropriate means, to stimulate to study
and good morals.
Book and Job Printing.
We have just been to great expense in furnishing our Office with the .-
quisites for doing BOOK AND JOB WORK.
We are now prepared to fill any and every description of PLAIN AN D
FANCY JOB PRINTING.
We solicit business of this kind, promising despatch in execution, neatness
in workmanship, and at rates the most reasonable.
Acl dress :
LOYAL GEORGIAN PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION