German ship blown off course lands in Atlanta. Residents hope they can help rebuild city after Civil War.

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 - THE BAKE GAUM Arrival of Eniyruntj. The...
THE BAKE GAUM Arrival of Eniyruntj. The favorite Xurth German Bark Gmis under the command experienced veteran C puin Welting le Bremen on the 4th of October bound lor Charleston via Baltimore ati'l laving on paard about three hundred Da uze'rv of whom -over one hundred were MesUne /qr Charleston. We learn that the passage out.waa made render the most.favoWhlft'clrcnmstances and faToHng reezes'speealiy'wafted the gallant ship to "the shorts pf America. In crossing the-Atlantic huweYer the Gauss experieucd heavy weather whkh drovd her OntcftHir course e far \ toe"rkynthwsrtt that sh was compelled toatjahdbn the Idea of niaUng Biltlmo e' and put1 tito this port. THR rASSESaiJiS For this point and near near one hundred. They generally /present a healthy and substantial appearaacerJtnd give Indications of making most ose/ul and valuable citizens just such as. are needed at this time to rebuild lbs brpkjen fortune of bur beloved State and City. A party from Bohemia look particularly sturdy capable of any amount of endurance and we un derstand are practical farmers. WI art glad to greet the advent among' 'n of sd uaefal an addition to bur popnlatlon'.The ar opportunities afforded- them orflofrt well In this States Our soil needs anly Ch presence of.practical bard working tillers to .make It yield forth abundantly of.'the ataplek. And-we feel convinoe& that : axajiuttbe. peopli who canod ilti .Oor PH A that .the Btlre3numbexi frf m cannot.he .Induced .toir alrr among' US. 1 UI r u if Ji. During the.d&y.manv.oftu- passengers' whar .fdciMls fIr la M.j 4t city Ifeft the" ship for the purpose of vultlng them and thelrappearance bHHhS 'Street In the costumes ' the Fatbertibd craned hearty come to the ' new camera'and trust that their advent may-be the precursor of the coming of nanyjnore. South tCaroUna needs the assistance of these .sturdy IOU and daughters of tbe.otd country tcrrralse : her to a condition 0& presperUx second to thatbf.no State i thejjnjon Wa Jnx room for all that may come and we prom ls them. a warm welcomr OAU88-.in1./Il ol tha caperlel1ced Captain the4tb. boup4.Soz lia. lon Oaniabo't bun rc * unrs.ot ver one bUndred\\'rre" l1h 4lo W-e'learq 11& .11loAr ( \'o We ctrcumltancel br e. zen aut' "afted to"tbe l'QfX1X1erlca. roalng-the"AtllntlC O tlSl weatherwhleh lte oftklr e rar.\o'Clle the I and.put 'bcotbls. II jCfuel'4UJrpteltl1a valuableclUzens.Ju.t need bl'1U QnunfUf Bohemla.loo partleularl1aturdt. eapa 11e t ' 011. arepracUcat monjt"'u. ot'4 .S'orded'Um or frii (1"I1''Cli. bardworklnptUle ple. .And "we nTI oedHhattbelf' Jf.J s tbe.jOOpI can . fh\ gre.t' II tb the.eaUre J1I1IDbul 'd 4g e4J I1rln.the.4JAJ.1P&Doftb pWn ! ds. 'J" el 1 l 1\ ir "f r tb t u ttlal1 th ; ln ncifo tree I quite a .Unlt' aen..tton'.f"l'li --eyetrt 'wW DO IOOD be forgotten byou Otr'maU'fe1. low.eltlzeli8o' We ' ex 1& 7Yd- a 1D8. ofrthe. Injr .o I : tcr ae pretl rU \ t.Ot.DO 1. UII'O W. ' m UCoeth 3OC"A' Wt e P \ wr i I I .three.hundretl of WIre 4fc t th thot fArto'tWSffiithward of Ba1titnoteand-puI1ato J u a sturd ofauy edurance'and q W our towake Ityield ef the feel p.s3tsthe.peopIe.who I.is lf amon 5 -5 the pusenge t$4de.sds q a..jq4t th o b thbirappearancbfttgtree FatberIandcrsted sensatI nT The'eeni wil not OSrflIMV feD -Weextend 'we3- newvomerj.ant trusttbsV snsybeths iflifly .more. o untrtrraise 0 I 8tstsIu.heUnJon. Ws's or may.cpe . pro isa welcomp.-ariuZns CoarUrAc eat. .1 It _ / . , ; - , , / , , , . , ' , ? ' / . * . . ' , ' ' ' " _ . - ; , , " , ' . ' , . . / / , . * . , , , , ; ¬ . ' ' ' < ' . ( < - . , : . < . ' . - & * . , , . \ . . > . * . . . ' . . - - - - . " . & . . _ * ; - ' . . " * ; ' ; , ' : - . . * . ; . < , , . * , > , , , * , " - - , ' - - . . . . . , . : - . . / _ . . , , ' & . , . . : \ . . \ . " ' _ " : , \ ' " . . - , ; , . & ' ' , , ! . \ , . ' , ) ' " ' ' " . ' ' : . . - ! ' ; , . ' < " , . \ . , ' , . < ' : . " . : ' . ' . ' , , " ; \ . . , . . , . ' ! ' : ' . ' \ ' . . , ' . ' . ! ' ' " ' . ' , . ' " . ! ' ' . . ( " ' ' . ; . < . . " . ) : \ . ' , ' . _ . . . . > . . & ' : . , " " " : " \ \ ' : ' & . ; ' . ' , . ' . " - ' ' ' ' . . ' & : - . . , , " : : ' . & . ' ! , . { ' & . . , . . : . . & . . , ' > . ' ' . : ! ' ' , ' , . . ' . . . . . . ' : : : - _ _ , . & ( - * ( . - . . : * . - . . , & - , ' - - . ' - , . , ) ' . . ( - , ' . . - $ - : $ . . ? . , $ . - . - ' $ . . . ( * ; ( . ' ' ) . . & ' - ' . ' . . . . & * , & - . ! . ' ( . . . - . . . . - . . . : . _ - -

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 03 Dec 1868, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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