T!h‘ daily Loyal Georgian.
arui sta '• a .iri.v as. I*l7.
Constitution for Republican Clubs.
A'< -.ill the :ittc!ili..!i of uiir Repub
lican leaders to the following Conslitn
tion, which will Ih‘ a good one for
them to adopt in organizing Kepttbli
AUTK :LK r .
N A M R.
This Cl ill. shall be known ns 11m- Union Ko
publican Club of , (name of town,)
county of—, State of .
I’li'm Club I-: organize*! for tin- purpose of ad
vancing tin; intend ;of the In ion Republican
fartv in this State and throughout the nation,
twill strive to cD vaip labor, educate the I/4110-
ra.nl,, and sustain Lite cause of universal justice.
Vhc officetk of this ("mb shall be a President,
two Vice t Seen a ary, a Trcaurer,
anti an Executive, ( ommittcc of Jive met it here.
The übot e named officer.- -hall be < ficted at the
first meeting, in .January and July in each year,
and they shall hold over until their successors
aw duly elected and qualified.
DCTJKH OP OFF 10ETCH.
\fhc officers of this Club shall perform the
duties required of similar officers by ordinary
parliamentary The Executive (.'omm.it
tee shall prtM/iire ImsiiK -s lor the meetings of
the Club and make such arrangements as shall
secure a good at tendance. They shall also
make, such cflorts as may be in their power to
make the meetings interesting and profitable.
QUALIFICATIONS OF MEM HERS.
The only qualifications necessary to become a
member of this Club, should be a good moral
character and an evpre.--ed determination to
support the principles of the. Union Republican
she expenses of this ('lub shall be defrayed
by voluntary contributions from among the
members and others.
FISK & HATCH
B A N Iv KI!S,
VO. 5 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK,
•Joys and sells at market rates all descriptions of
Accounts of Banks, Bankers & Others
LVceivod mi Favorable Terms.
j.a ■■ ' Col I eel ions made tlirou'.ffiout the United
filutes and Canadas.
! Y/ Certith ates td Depohii- I-sued.
4k Y COOKE k CO.,
No. 20 Wall St., cor. Nassau,
N b: W VO RK -
W I. buy and sell at tin; need lilu ral current
prices, and keep on band a lull supply of
Govorninont Bondnof all Issues,
SEVEN- T HIRTIES,
COMPOUND intkpkst notks,
Yiul execute orders lor pun base and sale of
STOCKS, BONDS AND GOLD.
i\’e have added to our offit a Retail D< part
meat, for the accommodation of tin public de
mand lbr investment in and exchange: ~f Gov
ernment Securities, the purchase, of GOLD and
INTEREST COUPONS, and the sale. of IN
TERNAL REVENUE ST \ M PS.
ven T hirt ies eon verbal into Five-Twenties
ut the most- favorable rat es.
jc:‘S JAV COOKR & CO.
A Beautiful Head of Hair,
Rich Glcas and Raven Tresses instead of
XT IS 3KTOT A D?E !
Catalytic Hair Color Restorer, Reviver
A N 1>
»s: .\i s p 1 a ivie.
LI \8 prnwJ to lie the best Hair preptinition
ever ptT.-vttteU to I lie public, ;t C.irt to which
thousands who have use,! it will testily. Ifllie
hair is falltnM oil', or becoming;gray, the use of
the t'A I’AI.VTLC will surely mrest its ib e.n
and cuuse it to assume, in u short time, all ils
lorttier beauty. .\s a Hair Dressing, tItcCATA
LYTIC is uißMitiaUed by uuy other'preparation
In t lie world.
Seat ores Gray llnir to the natural color.
Promotes the Growth of the Hair.
Prevents Hair tailing out.
C-wnges the Boots to their original organic
Kradicates Dandruff and Humors.
Keeps the Scalp healthy.
Contains no Injurious ingredient.
If you wish to have a beautiful head ofhiur—
Sell uloss, raven tresses and silken texture, in
stead of gray decay use <lu' CATALYTIC,
vhieh will give life, growth and beauty to the
hair. Every bottle warranted to give entire
satisfaction. Ask for the CATALYTIC. Take
no other or von will be disappointed.
Yor sale by the prim-ip b Druggists.
Che trade supplied In
McKesson a bobbin's,
Wholesale Druggists. '.lt ,v 93 Fulton si.,
■or sale in Atlanta by
and TAYLUK A DAVIS.
The Sweet Southern Roquet
A Rare and Most Exquisite' Perfume.
This delightful, fa-hlomxbh* and Standard
Bout hern Perfume is known throughout the
South for its jjreat delicacy and geidißly ; far
iurpassing in its rich ami delicious odor any
thing uv*w ottered to the public.
*W i:iiT (*(>l THUBY «<»<*« Si
IS THE LADIES' DELIGHT.
Il- it is the most delightful, lasting a ml sash j
tunable perfume. Try it but oiuv and you wil
uae no other. The odor is deliirhtful.
SWEET SOUTHERN BOUQI ET is dis-
CUU and from fragrant Southern Flow rs, and
dedicated to the Ladies of the South, * v
J. S. PEMBERTON,
j 027 Columbus, Ga.
J. & P. Coats’
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
Sole Agents in iKTew York.
1 AT.VJN SUAMII. | W. O. HAMILTON
Shafer & Hamilton,
(Successors to Leonard J. Gordon & Cos.)
POBMFBLY PHILIP GOBDON,
IF rvi i 1 Syrup s ,
Cordials, Bitters, &c.,
Whiskies and Imported Wines.
No 55 Vesey St., New York.
PEARSON, AIK IN & CO.,
n\t m\i: works.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
Such as Straw Cutters, Corn Shelters,
Cider Mills, Drag Saws, Circular
Saw Mills, Crist Mills, Steam
Engines and Boilers,
Os the latest and most improved patterns.
With our improved Valve, ten percent, of the
fuel is savc.il--and all our work is warranted to
give satisfaction. For further particulars, in
quire as above, of Pearson, Aikin iV Cos., Varie
ty, Foundry and Machine Works, Main street,
between I‘,’th and 131 h streets, Louisville, Ky.
TIIODOTCIS ltOYKit, 18. K. 1IIHBAHI) I I». LITTLE.
President. | Secretary. | Sup’t.
HOVER WHEEL COMPANY,
9 u'vi - ‘ors to
* ,V 4 0.,
v \ . 1 aEIiS OF
SAin I.VS I'ATENT WHEELS,
Who Is, Spokes, Hubs, Felloes. Shafts,
HOWS, HOLES, AND ALI. KINDS OF
PLOW HANDLES, A:C’.,
*O. 3.VJ W '«*.•»! I'iiirtl SI.,
New Leather Store.
REED BROS. & CO.
Great inducements Offered.
Prices Greatly Unlaced.
W I- bay,- just na-div.-.l a very largo, frosli,
ami well aa-'Ortod Bt(>ok (jf the finest brands of
IBLNCH CALF SKINS, which \vc arc now
scßing Irmn jfi TO to per pound. We have
on band i largi and complete .took of all kinds
of LKATIIKIi and SHOE FINDINGS, consist
ing partly ot Sole. Upper, Kip Skins, Harness,
Skirting and Bridle Leathers, Bad Skills, Mo
roccos, Toppings, Linings, &e., We.
Also dealers in HIDEs, OIL, TALLOW, and
LEATHER and GUM BELTING. Please to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere
• KEF.I) BROS ,v CO.,
11l .Main st., between Third and Fourth,
N. B. Cash paid for Hides and Leather in
N. WE.VIUC, j W. A. TIII’KSTON,
Late of Fh-mingbhurg, Ky. | Late of Paris, Ky.
M ETR.O POLITAN HOTEL,
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND STS.,
WEARE & THURSTON,
scn TCiTT & imos.,
SHOW CASE WARE ROOM,
No. <1(1 Yl;(in Sired,
: * ; AH kinds of SHOW CASES kept on
hand and made to order.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
COIiXEK SECOND AND JEFFERSON STS.,
WM S, A M. S. DEIIONEY, PROPRIETORS,
Lt>l IMH.i.i:. MV.
•‘•■G o Jta 50 per Dar,
CAIO?©T*r 4H. BYERS,
V 1 '-ALE
101 Wisl Main Street.
Ask tb, attention of MILLINERS and MER
CHANTS to their Stock of
li IK HO MS, BONNETS,
IADSES lAT» HISSES' HATS.
Dress Trimming, Duttons, Braids.
VEIL G OODS, H.i XDKEM CHIEFS,
And Fine Imported Varieties.
Ie? Orders receive good and prompt atten
THE FAVORITE a.ND HOST COMFORTABLE ROUTE
to New York,
1 HE following New, Fast mid First-Class
Steamships sail from SAVANNAH to NEW
YORK every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
Murray's Line. Atlantic C. M. Empire Line.
S. 8. Cos. Line.
Sail Tuesdays. S’l Thursdays S’l Saturdays
I I.EO, HERMAN SAN
Dearborn, Baker, Nickerson,
Commander. Commander. Commander.
VIRGO, GEN. BARNES, SAN JACINTO,
Buckley, Morton, Atkins,
Commander. Commander. Commander.
These Steamships arc all of large carrying ca
parity, well adapted to this route, and are fitted !
up with especial regard to the comfort of pas I
gers—State Rooms large and airy, the Steward’s |
Department supplied with the best the New
York and Savannah markets afford. The j
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. It. Depot.
SAVANNAH AGENTS :
Murray’s Line—HUNTER & GAMMEL,
j Atlantic C. M. 8. S. Co.’s Line—WILDER <fc
I Ft LLERTON, Agents,
j Empire Line—Ji. H. HARDEE, Agent.
GEO. A. McCJ.ESKEY,
jeiS) Oen’l Traveling Agent.
J. HINCKLIVG & CO’S
Gr R E -A- T sATj E
(\N the populnr one-price plan, giving every
/ patron a handsome and reliable Watch for
die price of Ten Dollars ! without regard to
value, and not to Ikj paid for unless perfectly
500 Solid Gold Hunting Watches, $250 to 750
500 Magic Cased Gold Watches, 200 to 500
500 Ladies’ Watches, Enameled, 100 to 200
1000 Gold Hunt’gCbron’tcr Watches 250 to 300
1000 Gold Hunting English Levers, 200 to 250
8000 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches, 150 to 200
5000 Gold Iluntg American Watches, 100 to 150
5000 Silver Hunting Levers, 50 to 150
5000 Silver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to 250
10000 Gold 1 fun ting Lepines, 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. Jlinckiing & 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
articles named on their certificates upon pay
ment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch
worth #750 or one worth less. The return of
our certificates entitles you to the articles named
thereon, upon payment 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 whit h 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 ; sixty-six and more valuable pre
mium for #10; one hundred and a most superb
Watch for #ls. To Agents, or those wishing
employment, this is a rare opportunity. It is a
j legitimately conducted business, duly autho
rised by the Government, and open to the most
careful scrutiny. Try us.
.1. lli<>klii«K A (Do.,
140 Broadway, near I*. 0.,
fcb2-Sm City of New York.
I)EING a private instructor for married per
> sons, or those about to be 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. YOU NG,
M. I). This is really a valuable and interesting
work. It is written in plain language for 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 secrets 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. lit)
Spruce street, above Fourth, Philadelphia, Pa.
LgT AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE
—No matter what may be your disease, before!
you place yourself under the 1 are of any of the
notorious Quacks —native or foreign—who ad
vertise in this or any other paper, get 11 copy of
Dr. Young's book and read it carefully. It will
bo the means of saving you many a dollar, your
health, and possibly your life.
Dr. YOUNG can be consulted on any of the
diseases described in his publications, at his
office, No. 410 Spruce street, above Fourth,
There eometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to great and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all and all may be fair,
BY THE USE OF
For Improving and Beautifying the Com
The most Taluablo and perfect preparation in
use for giving the fkiu a beautiful penri-like
tint, that is only found in youth. It quick!v
removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth
Patches, Sallowness, Eruptions, and all Impuri
ties of the Skin, kindly healing tile same, leav
ing the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its
use cannot be detected hy the closest scrutiny,
and being a vegetable preparation, i* 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 30,1X10 bottles were sold duringthe past
year, a sufficient guaranty of its effiaev.
Price only To cents. Sent by mail, post-paid,
on receipt of an order.
BERGER, SHI TTS tfc CO., Chemists,
255 River Street, Troy, N. Y
Auburn, Golden , Firneen and Silken Curie,
PRODUCER, by the ns* or Prof. DEBKEUX’ I
FRISER I,E CHEVEUX. One applica
tion warranted to curl the most straight and ,
stubborn hair, of cither scn. into wavy ringlet?
or heavy masses of curls. Has been used by the ■
fashionables of Paris and London with the most
gratifying results. Does no injury to the hair ;
Price, by mail, sealed and post-paid, SI. De
scriptive circulars mailed free. Address, •
BERGER, SHUTTS »fc CO.. Chemists,
No. 385 River Street, Troy, N. Y.,
Sole Agents for the United States,
»I>o ly I
lIAIR HP TERMIN'A TOR'.!
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
UPO the ladies especially, this invaluable dc-
J_ pilatory recommends itself as being an al
most indispensible article to female beauty, is
easily applied, does not burn or injure the skin,
but acts directly on the roots. It is warranted
to remove superfluous hair 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 the 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 SHUTTS A Cos., Chemists,
apG-ly 285 River St., Troy, N. Y.
i\ew York and Charleston
S t eamsliij > Line'.
I SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
AUGER’S SOUTH WHARF.
A HE elegant Side-Wheel Steamships
MANHATTAN, M,B. Woodltull, Command
CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander,
Leave cacti port on SATURDAY, and for
speed and comfort have no superior on the
Both Ships have splendid Cabin accommoda
tions for Passengers.
Ail outward Freights for this Line should be
consigned to COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
who wit! 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 «fc CO., Agents,
titi Broadway, New Y’ork.
STREET BROS, & CO.,
COURTENAY <t TRENHOLM,
Joint Agents N. Y r . ocC. S.S. Cos.,
je2s Charleston, S. C.
Augusta to New York.
IHE 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. C., to Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, is now in excellent order and successful
operation, with new Engines, new and elegant
Cars, and Sleeping Cars.
From Weldon, three routes to New York
are now open, viz :
Via Richmond and Washington City.
Via Portsmouth and Old Bay Line Steamers.
Via Portsmouth and the new Annamcssic
The last is anew and very pleasant route, by
Steamer, from Portsmouth to Cristield, on the
Eastern Shore of Virginia, and thence by Rail
over the length of the entire State of Delaware,
connecting at Wilmington, Delaware, with
through trains to Philadelphia and New York,
or to Baltimore.
Fare from Augusta to New York, by either of
the three routes, #•'»<).
Elegant Slekimn’g Oaks on all Night Trains.
BAGGAGE ( BECKED THROUGH.
Through Tickets, good by either route until
used, for sale at the South Carolina Railroad
Ticket Office. P. H. LANGDON,
General Southern Agent,
For particulars, inquire of
je2s 136 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
Change of Schedule of South Caro
lina Railroad Company,
Office South Carolina Railroad Cos., J
Charleston, July 9, ISG7, f
On AND AFTER TUESDAY, JULY
(Hit, 1807, the* THROUGH MAIL TRAIN lVotn
Columbia to Augusta, will run as follow's, 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 Kailroad.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leaves Suvaunah at 8 30 P. M.
Arrives at Thonmsville at. 7 45 A. M.
Arrives at Live Oak at 6 30 A. M.
Arrives at. Jacksonville at 12 40 P. M.
Arrives ut 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 Thoraasville at 6 55 P. M.
Arrives at Savannah at 6 00 A. M.
STEP BY STEP,
The Child's First Lesson Book
DESIGNED to teach new beginners to read
on amjpiproved plan. Price, 25 cents.
“It is one of the best first books for voung
children that we have yet seen, and will doubt
less soon win its way to public favor, and be
generally employed in the instruction of chil
dren.”—■Delaware State Journal .
” Step by Step is certainly a bijou of a child’s
school book.”— Phila. Press.
The subscribers will send a circular contain
ing specimen pages of the above 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 the
work. Dopies of the work will be eedt to auy
address, for the purpose of examination, on re
ceipt of 15 cento.
Davis, porter a coates,
712 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.
Change of Schedule
I On -\ND AFTER SUNDAY, JULY 7TH
| IS*;?, the iXaronger Trains on the Georgia Rail
road will run as follows. The elmngc la made
to close up the delay at Augusta :
CAT PASSENGER TRAIN.
(Daily, Sundays Excepted.)
! Leave Augusta at 6 30 A. M.
i Leave Atlanta at 5 15 A. M
1 Arrive at Augnstaat 800 P. M
’ Arrive at Atlanta at B 10 P. m!
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Augusta at 300 P. M.
Leave Atlanta at 030 P. M
i Arrive at Augusta at 3 15 A. M
! Arrive at Atlanta at 5 00 A. M.
| Passengers for Mayfield, Washington .and
I 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 800 P. M.. to make
; close, connections.
Passengers for Nashville. Corinth, Grand
I Junction, Memphis, Louisville, and St. I.ouis.
van take either train and make close connee
1 THROUGH TICKETS andßaggaireChecked
1 through to the above places.
PULLMAN'S PALACE SLEEPING CARS
on all Night Passenger Trains
E. W. COLE,
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN,
A DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
AUGUSTA, Ci IriO.
Daily, per annum - - - S6
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Daily, three months - 1 o;
Weekly, per annum - -3 00
Weekly, six months | u I
Weekly, three months - ■ - J 00
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS ONE OF THE VERY FEW
Outspoken Republican Papers in the South,
It was the first in the State to advocate the broad principle of “EQUAL
RIGHTS FOR ALL'” — It vindicates the doctrine of the supremacy of the
National over State Governments- It unqualifiedly denounces Secession ;
not only unconstitutional, but inherently hostile to, and destructive of, all
Democratic Republican Governments—lt maintains for Congress, as the
body duly appointed by our form of government for National legislation, tin
right and duty to, at all times, so legislate as to vindicate the honor arul
prowess of the Nation - It will advocate the early reconstruction of the
States on the platform laid down by the “National Union Republic:.;
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS MADE ONE OF THE
OFFICIAL ORGANS OF THE GOVERNMENT IN THIS STATE,
It will publish the LAWS enacted by Congress and all GOVERNMENT
THE LOYAL GEORGIAN
IS ALSO DESIGNATED THE
Org an of the Educational Association of the State.
It will, therefore, be found to contain the most general and complete Infer
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 rotating 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. W e shall scrupulously guard against the inser
tion of anything tending to demoralize Home and Society. On the other
hand, we shall aim, through every appropriate means, to stimulate to study
and good morals.
Book and Job Printing.
W'e have just been to great expense in furnishing our Office with the re
quisites for doing BOOK AND JOB WORK.
We are now prepared to fill any and every description of PLAIN AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING.
W'e solicit business of this kind, promising despatch in execution, neatness.;
in workmanship, and at rates the most reasonable.
LOYAL GEORGIAN PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION