IT lie Daily $ntcHiflfiwr.
A I'LA.'i i'.\, liKOUOIA.
Wocinoadav Murwini!, Nov. O. 1887.
fippti'*, i'andtea, uitfr Critkfn,
s ,,, w. .Iv-h’h uffircrtfaoment Id our local
„,li . i .i'-iiv; column. I'lio licit ; the flneet
iriloi' tin’ nvwt tli’lli’lmii cemllim ; cun ho
lit,I .it tlioI'nUMIslinu'iit nl •lii’* «»ntor|iiii»ln*t *f«n-
ll, iii.i,i. uml, "liiil In mi mUitimml t util |U*I loti,
u|itiii tfuimiinhh' ifimi tllvo Jacks mil, liv
„ll im'H'"*. m «':*n.v a* |N»**il>lt>.
♦ - ■ ■-
K. rnrra'i Notice.
s,^. tlio notice of thin grntli'itmn In mir stiver-
iiviiic column* Mils morn Inf Give him n call.
l It , « p11 impplli il with overt hltig that it tempt
Inc mnl will nl in lil" line of Imalneas.
ijnr "i’uiiskd "—Mr. Elijah Mnnley bronchi
in our olllen veatcnlay, lour ohm nl corn—ever-
i,,ncHi 1 j V l nolle*. twenty lltree row* to the
,,!Jr niuM'iir I'onlniiiinc l.oiM grain*. The four
l1tr , moiiKI iii ihi' n pretty fair lecil for it honte.—
H,. wonhln'i care it Ihc gentleman hail brought
n» a tiuslii I Sidled bills will In' receive,I lor ills-
tilling tluie m issive eurs.
The shove Irom the Griftlii Sl<ir, Is cvlileutly
imfirreol, ss there never tv us nu ear of corn con-
t hning sn mill uiiuiber ot row*. 1 will give $10
t r Midi sn cur lie more cnrelnl, Brother Pitch,
,1 you wish your siuleinents nhont "big corn" to
go down. Farmer
Be Invite public attention to the mlvcrtise*
meut which appenr* in another column, headed
above. On yesteiduy we made refercncu to
two ot the series nt British publications by
"The liConatd Scott Publishing Company" ol
.New York—•'Blackwood” nnd the •* West
minster" Bevietv—and have often noticed the
others—the “ London Quarterly," “North
Bhitisii," and “ KniNurnou" Reviews. Of
the exceeding great value ol these “ British Pe-
i iodie.'ds," we need not uotv dilate. SufHoe it to
•ay, that they should bo in every gentleman's li
brary. Tlic low price ut which they are offered
places them within tlio reach of nearly all the
nailing men on this side ol the Atlantic.
See advertisement tor limber particulars.
City A flairs.
We notico in the published proceedings of
Council ot Friday last, the following reports on
the proposition to change the names of certain
streets in the city. For some time past we have
been aware ot un effort being made to lliat cud,
by aome ol our enthusiastic, public-spirited citi
zens—more zealous than wise we thought—but.
did not give to the movement any serious atten
tion. We kwew, of course, that New York
and other important cities of the North, had
their Actnues, and Front Streets, North and
South, and so ou, and we could not underrate
Atlanta, by deuying—ihotlgli we never favored
it—to her streets such distinguished appellations;
but we contesa that the Minority Report ol Mr.
Clarke, would have knocked out all the ftney
in our brain, upon the proposed change, hud we
permitted any to prevail there, and wu trust that
his report will have the same influence over our
City Council, wheu it finally nets upon the pro
position. Mr. Clarke's report is a perfect "sock•
dollager." Every intelligent property holder nnd
business roan in the city, wo think, upou reflec
lion, will approve his report. Every line of it U
convincing. Let the names ot lire old streets
alone, amt give to such new oues as may be laid
out according to tire growth and exteosion of
our city, such ns may uu deemed appropriate—
ait nues, or what uot, according to the taste of
the Council' We loel confident that this would
be tire verdict tendered upou tire proposition,
should the question be submitted to the white
.tiers of the city. But to the re|K>rts:
The Special Committee, composed of membeis
of Council und citizens, to whom was referred
the propositions to change the names ot certain
streets, 4c., submitted the following report;
To the Honorable Mayor iu.it Council of the City of
The committee to whom was referred the pe
tition ot many citizens, asking for the re-naming
ot streets and the numbering ot the houses, Ac.,
beg !■ ive to report: That, having fully consid
ered lire matter, they are- satisfied that the adop
tion ot tire plan offered will utliird great conve
nience to our citizens, and do away, to a great
extent, the confusion with strangers, and recom
mend the granting of the petition as follows:
Ut That the city be divided by the Georgia
Ihuhead and Western nnd Atlantic Railroad,
iiiuuingoua general East and West line; anil
by Whitehall aud Peachtree streets, running on
a general North and South line; for the purpose
ol numbering the business houses and residences.
The numbers, beginning ut these lines, shall run
.North and South, East aud West.
2d. That where two streets run iuto each
other, they shall hereafter be known under one
Itii That all streets crossing the Georgia Rail-
roadV n< * Western and Atlantic Railroad, shall
have ir,c word “North'’ prefixed, wheu north of
these roads, ami the word "South” prefixed when
south ot the same. And all streets crossing
W hitehall and Peachtree streets shall have the
word “East” prefixed when cast ot these streets,
und the word "West" prefixed when west ol the
4th. That the Cic.trgia Railroad and Westeru
aud Atlantic Uiiiltond shall be known as “Rail-
load Avenue East," irom the railroad crossiugal
Whitehall street to the limits ot tlte city east,
and a* “ Railroad Avenue West," from White
hall street to the limits ol the city west.
5,h. That the Much und Westeru Railroad
■ball be known as " Railroad Avenue South."
6th. That Alabama street shall bo known as
7th. That Collins street shall he known as
tilh. That Lloyd street shall be known as
“ Ivey street.”
bth. That Decatur street shall he known as
“ Marietta street."
lOlb. That Peachtree street shall he kuowu as
“ Whitehall street."
tlth. That McDonough street be changed to
“ Calhoun street.”
12th. That Broad street he changed to "Broad
tilth. Taut we recommend an ordinance that
all streets to be opened, shall in no case be less
than sixty (60) feet wide.
14tb. That we recommend the establishment
of easy anil permanent grades to the streets, und
the grading to the inner sides ol each lot (by
permission) so that the h-ucinginay be on a level
" ith the street, aud conductors lor water made
inside this line, and that all lot owner* or Icimuts
be rei|Uested to set out shude trees.
l-lth. That the City Engineer tie requested to
furnish to each ow uit or occupant of auy buai-
»iii house, or residence, the number, properly
attaching upon, tin; plan of subdividing (into
hoots ol twenty-five (2.7) li-u, running buck one
hundred feet, or l"-s us may be where not al
ready built upon,) at Ins luilirst convenience,
sud the number entered upon the new map to
govern future deeds.
lD'h. That a contract la; made by the city for
numbering each business lnm«e and residence,
sad the owner or tenant be required to. |wy the
Pith. That the Street Committee be authorized
to put up a suitable number ol sign boards st
the comers of Hie iliiti renl streets indicating the
12th. That the iiuiiie ol "Oak" Ik> given to
the criiss street connecting Peachtree street with
itey street, coininci.cing at W. M. Lowry's re
silience, sud eliding at (IuiiiutIi) Fullback's
James it. Ball, Chairman,
LP.Ghan,, W. U Cox,
" Kcsuton, L. ii. Davis,
B Thi iiman, Joseph Winshie,
y-W, Ai>aIii, John It. Wai.i.aca,
j akk«e tin,i.att, K. K. ItAWSON,
Mr. Clark, oifk o| Haiti Committee, submitted
tulleuiiig us a In'.mu,ty report:
MINORITY REPORT ON Col, IIALI.'S PI.AN TOTt
Ct'AKlITNH NAMES op sritLKTs, NUMBERING
tloOShS, t'li .
- •' Ui» liasiuial.l.. Mayor aud i , uucll:
r.t ’ ll " ll,i ' 'clieme pints, cs tlic alterations
,11,1 "t* 11:11 '■t ‘<1 cel lain Slice 1 .* of tile city, U l»
sav^ 1 ,*" r.t-ive iit.J‘- linns. We do not
ti.u ,.' 1 11,1 'mi-tame* will ju-tifyaclinttgeof
clisi,:" 11 ,’ 1 "l ’tri ' ts; lint we do say, that such
icsko.iti"t tic Hindu without very solid
the in' ' *'!' **•" unanimous cunseut of
H’JJV'J lu'liltrs on the street to be changed.
•** man. « '"''•H' faitt leas.ill* for, and we
1st Alt n "K . , v ,, ‘" us “RRlnat the change,
cl tk # rhy 1,1 'be entire property
- y at* made with important referenoe to
the present names ol the atract*; the bounda
ries, the Identity of every man's property, me
ascertained by the street* under ami by their
pri-M'iit name*, The changes ooniomnl i'el
would have an unsettling unci dhunrlilng Intlu-
enee on dnporty interest* and pimsesdon*
thronghmit the city. In fhelr metes nnd bounds,
they will have no cotmee.lioti or rcfurem'« what-
over lo the uew-flingle.l names, but are evidenced
and identified on the record* ol the country, mi l
by lit,i Judgment* of the courts, alone f«V the
present at reels w ith their present long esltihllshlul
iiaines, Tito change*, therefore, would he uiihci
•ling and ihstnrhliig In tltcU- influence, and might,
lend to litigation nml conftiaiou.
2d. It is ii Hut PrtreiUnl. The snme dispo
sition to change, witli reasons tally as
strong a* any that may lend to the innovations
proposed uow, may. In luluro years, repent the
same unsettling and disturbing Inlltu-tice, to the
utter want of that stability which should exist
in nil human i.ll'alrs. This tendency should ho
guarded against by the city government, bv ar
resting, at the outset, every attempt to innovate
unsettle wliat bits been long established.
3d. Tlte changes contemplated would invade
private, ruled rights.
We lay this down as a clear principle : every
man who baa purchased property on n sttcvt has
a vested right to Urn name ol tlm street, rm which
Ibis property Is situated. To make this princi
ple more distinct and specific, we bold that every
man who holds s conveyance to real estate on
Peachtree street, has not only a vested right to
Atlanta market Ileport.
WroxtaiiAv, Nov. ft.—Price# In Hit* market remain u
the property conveyed,hut also to tlio n umc’oi the
street. It is purchased with reference t<> the
name ot the street, the entue of the street has a
direct influence on the price of the purchaser,
and becomes qs a consequence, a part ot the
purchase llselt, and ibis Interest can no more be
akeu away by the government ol the city, limn
tbc title to the property list'll can bo taken awnv.
Nothing will warrant or authorize the ohange ot
the name ol a street that has inhabitanta nml
improved property on it. but the unsnlntuuscoii
• — Mi
, P r,> l'«
even a single ow
C’mus. - White Corn
.... 6 <n
Mixuil or Yellow
N»'W, fVoiu wagon*.
i 'iiiivmnn Si^c-ir rurt'ti Hum*
t’loar Hlhtwri Blito*
laAtll».—In llnrn l*
In Ki»k« am! Cam*
Viikiinia Psrssck i 7ft
Liverpool Halt « * tkl
Kl.oua.—!T«W P*mtly, Mrk* of It* I,.... 7 Ul o 7 Ml
Extra IIN glM
Huportlm- B BO O S IW
Hmai i. flUAm.—Hyv, pur liualml • 1 M)
Data ... 78 0 *u
WiotAT—I'rloi*White SOU (BSM
Prime Itiot S 10 0 | Stl
Hat, pot cart IBO017B
llianrwii.- (tunny !k) 0 SS
Ifamp 0 an
Ituvit -Maulitue A IS
llsml mail., gj ||
Inox Tira.—per t> ...' 0 it
OsNAaeauH ig 0 te
HiiiRTurasi—K is o lx
Hiikftinu.—I-1 UNO IBM
t'OTTOM Yahn* 1 W 0 1 7ft
Hid**.—Dry 0 17
Green 0 a
Lias.—per bill s BO 0 s oil
Hlatk Roorixo.-per aq'tro II BU
Gold.—Buying at 40 cunta; anlling at 0 Mats,
■liver.—Baying at SO cants; tailing at» cants.
ale owner of property ou this street
(Peachtree) should object to cbanglug the name
ol tliis street, there would be no power In the
city to make the rhnuge than there would be to
destroy the the title of the owner lo the proper
ty itself, which lie* conterminous to this street;
anti so with the owners ot tlio property on all
the other streets.
And this principle holds, whether the name
Its* any intrlusic value or uot; it is sufficient
that it litis a value In the estimation ot the pro
perty holder himself, and however others may
view it, so far os its value is concerned, it is his
right tor which he has paid his money and it
should uot be violated.
4th. This city has grown up and acquired its
present importance with their present existing
names of her streets. In the names of the
streets there have been fouud no hiudering cause
to our progress. Tlte names of our principal
commercial streets are well known throughout
the South, so far as our trade and commercial
correspondence extend. Orders have been sent
lor years lo houses ou these streets hv their pre
sent names. City registers, for the Information
of the public, have been compiled, and sent lortli
at considerable expense ol labor aud money.
The city, then, so tar as it is known abroad, is
known as it is, by aud with the present uumcsof
Now, would It be sound policy, would it be
just to merchants and owners of property, who
have obtained notoriety aud advantages abroad
by aud under the present uames ot the streets,
to destroy this notoriety and these advantages,
by the introduction of new names, and thus to
throw that contusion into the city that would iu-
evitably result? The principal streets of the city
are well known, at home aud abroad, us impor
tant streets, by their present names, and have
lieen from au early period of our history. A
change of their names would be clearly au Inva
sion ot their Importauce. Even the man who.
has acquired eminence under a certain name,
with a new name giveu and tiie old time-honor
ed one obliterated, would, with the loss ot his
name, lose much ot Ids distinction In the world.
So that we see there is much, aud can be much,
in a name.
There is nothing iu the names of the streets
proposed to he changed that is objectionable, and
no reason whatever against the names. Marietta
street has a poiuting towards a young city on
the VVesternand Atlantic Railroad, which, before
the war, was distinguished for its beauty, tlte re
finement and intelligence ot its people, and for
its growing importance; and wifi become equally
asaistinguiahed again, and may well give name
to that important street of our city which leads
in that direction. Thu standing Peachtree is a
locality well known in Georgia for the lost gen
eration, aud as it lias given a name to an import
ant street ol Atlanta for more titan twenty years,
the name lifts acquired a notoriety aud respecta
bility which may not be assailed.
Decatur street directs to Decatur, an impor
tant and fashionable town when tire street was
named, and within six miles ot our city, and
which, if this city increases iu population and
importance, ns anticipated by its friends, will
again acquire respectubility nnd importance by
its near proximity to us. Take, therefore, Deca
tur as it was, and as it will again become iu a
few years, there Is every reason why this name,
consecrated, as it is, by olio of our most illustri
ous naval heroes, should-remain unaltered.
Alabama street has a pointing to an important
State on our western border, a liberal patron ot
our trade for many past years, and will certaiuly
be a more munificent patrou when the impor
tant railroad to Jacksonville is completed. The
name, therefore,.of the stfeet, derived from this
great State, so important to us at present and in
prospect, should not be changed.
We therefore ohjeet to any alterations in the
names of the streets.
So far as this scheme contemplates giving
names to the reservations on each side of the
railroads centering here, thus dividing the city,
by these avenues, into four grand divisions,
which wc consider the most important feature
ot the plan, we make no objections, and are
much in favor ot having nil the tenements on
tlte streets numbered. We cannot conceive
the present names of our principal streets
widely and well known ns they are, to be, in
any sense, all obstacle to this work. The
numbering cun be accomplished on the pres
ent streets with their present names as accurate
ly as under any new names that might bo given,
us new names would neither increase uordimiu
isli the number of houses to be numbered ; nay,
each number and house would he better hiu/ien
amt more readily found and approached on the
streets having the present well known nnd famil
iar names, than they could by anv scheme of al
teration in names that could be adopted.
We therefore recommend that the plan, so far
as it concerns the railroad and avenues in the
city, and the numbering of the houses on the
streets, be adopted—the names of tire streets re
maining unaltered. All ot which is respectfully
submitted. .James Clarke.
tfr^Attsatlsa, Turners.—Oar Mesa.
•x-JS far Meeting will be held THIS DAT, (Wed-
uemluy.) A foil attendance le required, ee Important
bunim-ss 1* before the Board,
novii—It C. T. SCHMIDT, Secretly.
r2J*Ci«iir*fa Stake Lottery, tor the Sees-
tli of the Orphans' Home. Combination Clue,
No. lift. Tlic following were the drawn numbers, Novem
ber fi. 1MII7:
26-67-24 -16-30—71—89—12-21-69 -42—46
no v6—It BOYD. WIL80N A CO.. Manager*. .
•^=wTtller, Brown * Co. have on hand
75 placet of beevjr June, which they are of
fering at very tow figure*, by the piece. In order to
close out their present stock of Dry Goods by next Feb
ruary,they will sell ell good* at,end even below New York
coat. Buyer* will find It to their Interest to examine
this stock before making their purchase* efaewbare.
Building Association may be purchased by
applying, soon, at this office.nort—Btdh
Oranges I Orangee 11—•Seventeen
Barrel* Yre*h Sweet Orange* for tale cheep,
to rtoae consignment.
ootM- J. M. A J. C. ALEXANDER.
j^jsJIre. Winslow’* Moothlng Syrup Per
Ci.il,lien Teething, greatly facilitate* the pro
cess of toetbiug, by softening the gume, reducing all In
flammation—will alky ell pain end spetmodlc action,
anil ia aure to regulate the howela. Depend upon it, mo
ther*, tt wilt give rest to yoonelree, and relief and health
to your Infanta.
We have put up end sold this article for years, and can
aay In confidence a«d troth of It what we have never been
able to aay of auy other medicine—never he* tt fatted In
a tingle inatance to efiect a core, when timely nted. Ne
ver did we know an Instance of dlnetlebctton by any
ouu who uaed it. On the contrary, ell are delighted with
ita operation, and apeak tn terms of commendation of tt*
magical effect* and medical virtue*. We apeak in this
matter “what we do know,” after year* of experience,
and pledge our reputation for the fulfillment of what we
here declare. In almost every Inatanc* where the talent
is suffering (torn pain and exhaustion, relief wUl be found
(n fifteen or twenty minute* after the syrup Is adminis
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.
Be sure to call for “Mrs. Wtnalow’e Soothing Syrup,"
having the fec-slmU* of "Cnrilt A Perkins” on the out
side wrapper. All others are base Imitation*.
Hold by druggists throughout the world. Price, only
A7 cents pur bottle.
unices:— *15 Pulton street, Mew York; 906 High Hoi-
born, Loudon, Eugland; 441 St. Paul street, Montreal,
O. W. ADAIR Auotlonnnr. j rpjjg NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON, 1807*
ATLANTA MACHINE WORKN
Unimprovdd Building Lota.
MRS. J. FRANK’S,
ded Oae-Hlstb Inter**! In the
, the Btb November, at the
in the forenoon, an un.llvl
' Atlanta Machine Works of
Porter, Butler A Co., and all the property belonging
thereto, Including ell the Machinery, Patterns, Block,
Assets, Ac., snd the Lot on which the building*. Ac.,
are erected, ronalatlng of one and eeven-elgthe arn-s -
Dm from all llehllllle*.
Tbla la valuable dividend-paying property, no* In foil
end successful operation. Auy person can cismlun an
antbeatlc statement of the bualneniof the eatablletiuient
•Inc* the cloae of the war, by calling at my ofllco.
This Interest ts Uie property or Mre. A. L. Bernus.
widow of the late Wm. Barnes.
Tanne: One-third cash: balance In 8 end 6 monlha.
the same di
3 Beautiful Half-Acre Lots*
Two of these—No. 1IM aud 1«W—ere at the corner of Jen
kin* end Butler streets, Bouth of the Medical nollego.
The other lot—No. 171—fa on the Mouth side olden
Mam between Batter and Pretl street#, adjoining John
H. Meditin'* home.
The two Iota near the College would he a splendid lo
cation fur • boarding house.
Terms lor these lots, cash.
Titles of ell the property uuqestlunable.
O. W. ADAIIt.
Reel Relate Broker,
Office Whitehall Mtrecl. near the Railroad.
H. G. BELL,
DEALEB l\ PROVISIONS
AND IYBBY DESCRIPTION OF
Below Roark’s Corner,
WHITEHALL BT., ATLANTA, OA.
• Four Doors Below Old Masonic Hall.
illrv Mutt 1 la.iVfi* li turiifil from
I tnku |»limniin* in informiii*; tin?
LARGE aid WELL SELECTED STOCK of MILLINERY GOODS
i’lieqimllod in Choice Variety ami CheupaetP, compriHin^ the
! LATEST PARISIAN NOVELTIES.
Also. Hilks, Velvets, Ribbon*, Grapes, Laces, I.lnslons, Rnches, Blonds, Nets, Embroideries. Ornameni*, Kri ngna.
French Flowers, Ostrich aud Fancy Feathers In great variety. Dress lluttmis, Nnilheadr, nnd
I Trimmings of every description. Also, a complete dock of
ItroMM Uoode, I’uiioy Gouda, Balmoral anti I loop Hklrta.
i WOOLEN GOODS in fcreal variety. A most snperh stock of CLOAKS 1» all the tnnpi fasliiniialile de
signs. Pnrticular attention 1* called to my most maguiflcent select Inn nf
Shawls, Sontags, Nubias, and Hoods of Every Description,
Together with • large stock nf ENGLISH AND FRENCH CLOAKINGS, .MKTI ONS, GLOTIIS. Ac., Ac.
EspocJalW would J cajl^hc Mtcutlonjj^ fiiejadlesjo my_most_ beautiful selection of HUMAN HAIR,
i, h hitntlAome v.iriety
8. SWITCHES, WATERFALLS, Ac.
i, and many other articles too uumeronn to mention.
The Novelties of the season.
Having bought my goods exclusively for cash, and since the fate decline, I am cniuldent that I can otter great
indneemente, and request you to examine my stock before purchaalng elsewhere. Remember the place,
AXI r lTT3?IcIH
v AHam r rxm
HO! FOR CHRISTMAS TIMES!
MAKE THE HEARTH
Little Onea Glad!
JACK’S TOY EMPORIUM
In addition to rnv unexampled assortment of CANDIES, both Plain and Fancy, and my CAKES. BREJ
CMMACMtKRS* • part ol the former, and att of the latter manufactured at my Establishment,
I uow have on hand for inspection, a tremendous stock of
ranoiiiaMD FHimzT. o. u. ruiiunr. t. x. atmosu*.
F. PHINIZY & CO.,
OOTTON FAOTORS AND
At their New FlreProof Warehouse,
JACKSON STB1IT, AUGUSTA, OXOXOIA.
w»j,l«w of Humanity, la relation to
8^-2. Social Evil*.—An Essay for Young Men, on
Physiological Errors and Ahmet Incident to Yonth and
Early Manhood, with the humane view of treatment end
care. Sent tn sealed fatter envelope*, free of charge.
Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Also-
ciutiou, Philadelphia, Pe.
ATTENTION FAMILIES I
J l T ST received a foil aeiortment of choice
JAR PICKLES, and
PICKEL8 In Barrett,
Extra Ooihea BUTTER,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
A I, EX ANDES * CilllU.
C3F"Fink Apples.—Fifty barrels of the fiucat
apples that have ever beeu aeen In thla city, are for sale
t O. W. JACK’S,
novb—Vt Whitehall street.
CJf From One to Two Thousand Barrels
Assorted rHanxine, of hla otvn manufacture: also
crackers In buiea, ire for sale at
O. W. JACK'S,
unvll-tt Whitehall afreet.
ZW From One to Two Thousand Duxes
or AasouTio Casuita on hand aud for Mile at
Cf W. JACK’S,
uovft—tt Whitehall street.
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat,
Requires Immediate attention, and should be
checked. Ifellowed to continue,
Irritation of the Long*,
a Permanent Throat Disease,
Is often the result.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a direct Influence on the parts, give Immediate
relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consumptive
an t Throat Diseases, Troches ere used with always good
hinwerB and Public Speaker* uae them to clear and
Ftreiu.'then the volco.
Obtain only “Brown'* Bronchial TROona" and do
not tuk«* any of the worthlm imitations that may be of*
forod. Sold bvirtwhbrb. ocMO—eod4m
HEBE'S YOER GITY HACKS.
John Horinhon’i Hltow.—Till* iiiiiiii;iiuI!i
Menagerie end Circus will arrive on Friday morning In
Atlanta. Today It exhibits at Carterovllle, and on
Thursday at Marietta. Our exchanges from nil part* nf
the rnuntry come to na dally with highly complimentary
untied of Hits great Institution. Prom a recent mimlinr
of the Baltimore Sun we clip the following :
“Jon* Roatxeoa'e Ctaove AND MKnaqinix—Those
of our ittlaene who have fatted to vls.lt the Circus nml
Menagerie of Mr. JoUu Robinson, now on exhibition In
our city, ehonld do eo atonco, as to-morrow night will
he their laet performance in Ihle city. We tin hut express
the opinions of tliuusends of our people when we assert
that III* the beet exhibition ot the kind that hat ever
visited the Monumental City. Everything tuimcctcd
with the establishment, and which passes through the
I,snd. of the gentlemanly proprietor, move# like elm k
work. Order and decorum reign supreme. Ilfrotoforu
manr ol nor cllliens have felt a dullcncy In allowing
their famine* to attend exhibition* of tula kind. Wo
•regfadtoeeeeclroua where the moat faHUiou. mint
he pleased. The eadlenco fast evening wire corapoeed of
many of oar most Influential citizens, who, with their
wires and children, were kept In ouu continued roarer
laughter by the Princoof Clown*. <lo snd see lilm.
ty Guardian*. Kxni’Uint’.. 4 , nit'l Adminio.
tratohS uro reminded that the lute military Order No
49 does not apply to them. It has liven the custom hith
erto, In a fireat many Instances, f»r snch personstn trail,
art Ihelredeerllatn* taislnnaa Ihromih the Ordinaries of
their roenttes. This lias been a nun ter nf personal con
venience, and not a requirement of the law, uud listico
•orb of our old patrons as uiay w ish t» contluue ad
vertiatng tn this lourual *nrh matters, are at liberty to
do to. We ebell, as formerly, he glad to receive auoli
boalneM favor*. Oor terms remain the same.
a T the solicitation of many dtlzeni, I have deter-
i\ mined to run In connection with my Stable*, • line
Ol Hoi k* for the accommodation of the public.
I will Start two TO-DAY, and wilt
pm on more as occaalonwtll Jua-
iliy. 'I hey can be found In front of
111,; lloiels amt at the Passenger De-i
n, .t w hen not engaged. . ... .
Price* and Itiignlutloua will be In accordant* with other
cities. U. U. JUNKS,
MoKKSSON Ad 14014BINS.
Importers end Wholesale Dealers In
Druggists’ Fancy Goods, See., &to.
01 stnd 92 Patton fit., New York.
n OlTSF. established In lfffl. One of the largest and
boat tn the city. Doesheavy Boalbera trad*,
aud la very liberal tn Ita tudolgeiwe to Southern custom,
■ is. Mr. J. T. Heard, of Georgia, la a salesman la the
II..uve- |v a very polite aud seeommndaUng gentleman,
and would lw pleased to have hie friend* ftomOeorgU
call, on vlvllliig the city. eep7—8m
KINfi OOTTM ALIVE ASMS!
Great Exoltement at the
By E. BLOCK,
Ho. 4, PoMhtroo Btroot, Atlanta, Goorgia.
T HE FRENCH FAMILY it coming In a few days,
with a huge Mock, maifatlnf of
DOMESTICS and FANCY GOODS,
CLOAKS and SHAWLS.
BOOTS aad SHOES.
BATS and CAPS,
All of th« Latest Importation I
1 have the honor to Invite every one, big end small,
young and nil, to examine my stock aad convince them
selvae that this fa positively A ONE PRICE STORE.
Wholesale prices ten per cent, cheaper than can be hat
In Charleston, with the exception of Domeattce end
Conte' Thread. Country Herchsnte ere particularly re
Rested to cell end examine my stock of Dry Goods,
UP Charleston Bills of Goode duplicated end forward-
"A La Vllle De Fart*,"
Let* of the firm, Block A Lyon*,
fit—eodTm of Charleston, H.
I invite City and Country Dealers to call and purchaae their Stocks for the CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS I My
Stock la the largsst ever brought to Georgia, nod (or beauty, challenge* competition ; aud 1 purchased It with a view
ot filling orders for every town and village In upper Georgia.
HEADQUARTERS OF "OLD SANTA GLAUS!"
For tha'naxt two months, my Bstabllsemcnt will be the "headquflVters” of the above famed Individual. W* In
vite Dealers to call In time to make their selections for the stocking* ot att the little ones In tbclr reapectlva locall-
Bend your order#, or come yourself.
J. M. DAVIS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
No. 155 Main St.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE:
41 BBL6 PUGH'S BOURBON COUNTY WHISKY-
& year* old,
800 BRL8 MILLER’S WHISKY,
90V BBLS MATTINGLY WHISKY,
WM BBLS HcBKAYKR'S WHISKY.
Ufa) BBLS SIMPSON'S BOURBON,
79 BBLB DIADEM WHISKY,
»0 BBLS PEARL WIII8KY,
75 BBLB OLD RY. WHISKY.
75 BBLS OLD VA. RYE,
50 BBLB MOUNTAIN DRW RYE.
B V virtue of an order from the Conrt of Ordinary of
t'Uytoo county, Ua., will be told, on the Iret Ties-
(lay In December neat, at the ro irt house door in the
low u of Jonesboro', Clayton county, Ga„ between the
legal hour* of sale, the (end belonging to the estate of
John A. Hill, fate ot eeid .county, deceased; nlro, 10U
u.-re*. mure or lees, (widow’s dower eaceutmt,) well tm-
primal, adjoining lauds of J. M. Pate and J-Bit***,
Fu tlio tfilliiitatrift of originally risarj;,
Clayton cointy. Mold tor the benaMof the helra aad
creditor*. Ter.ac«h. ^“^^AdmlalMratOr.
oc12—td Ffillw’i fcl |A
a. W. ADAIR. Anotioneer.
Whitehall Street Property
I WILL tell on the nremteoe, «a THURSDAY NEXT,
the 7th instant, nt l o’clock In tbeelternoon,
THREE IICHINE88 LOTH
Each fronting V feet on the West aid* of Whitehall
Street, end running beck ton fast.
* inKie Lot* eronetween PMers and Garnett attests
Immediately North of, and adjoining Mr*. Dumnd'a brick
"teSSn One-third cash; balance ia 6 and 6 months,
■ale positive. Tttlee indisputable. ^ ^ ADAJR
Hu) iiim Agnate
Office WhttehAll Street, near Railroad Croaelng.
Major General ton Port, V. H. A., commending Tlilid
Military District (Georgia, Florida, and Alnbama.)-
Gffico at Hcadqiiarten, on Marietta street.
! Colonel J. F. Mstarts, Chief of Burean of Civil Aflairs,
i andGvneral Inspector of Registration for Third Mlll-
I tary District. Office at Headquarters.
| Brev't Brlgadlcr-Gcneral W«. McKxa Dntit, Asslstam
Judge Advocate General U. M. A., Judge Advocate
Third Military District. Office at Headquarters.
I.lentenaat-Colonel E. McK. IIpuson, U. H. A., Assistant
Ins|iector General. Office at Headquarters.
Captain G. K. Hamdmimim, U. H. A., Acting Assistant
Adjutant General, office at H ‘ailqiiarters.
i llrev’t Brigadier General J. J. Mn.nav, Surgeon I.'. H
A. Medical Olrector Third Mllitaty District. Office
comer Broad and Marietta streets.
Brev’l Brigadier General Hirers SaxTOv, Chief Quarter-
master. Office at lleadqiurtcrs.
Brev’t Ltentenant Colonel II. J. Fsukswortb, Dcpo’.
Quartermaster. Office Forsyth street, near Railroad.
Brev’t Captain f. A K ickwell, Chief Ordnance Offir or
Office comer Broad and Marietta atreets.
Major K. D. Jirnn, P. M. I*. 8. A , Chief Fay Master and
IilehnratngOffieer Third Military District. <utu e coi
ner Broad and Marietta sirens.
Meuteiisut C. H. Ii.sf.kr, Post Quartermaster and Com-
mlseery Hnhalatenre. Office Willingham Building, cur
ner Ivy and Decatur street*.
Brev’t Major Wn. 11. Bmytiir, Captain Ititli I . 8. Infnu
try, Acting Assistant Judge Advocate General. Oft), •
Brev't Major T. C. Hiru.ivan, C. 8. United Stale* Army,
Chief Commissary of HiilMdrlencc. Office. Hoorn Nu.
1 Willingham Buildings, corner or Decatur and Ivy
Brev’t Major Fain. Mo»r.n*rH, V. R. Snb-As«t. Coin.
Sub-Dtstrtet, AtlantaBnreau R. F. snd A. I.. Office in
Granite Block, No. 1, room No. ft.
roar or ati.anta,
Composed of the counties of Cohh, Fufiou, Campbell,
(.srroll, Coweta, Heard, Fayette, Clayton, Spalding,
Henry, Newton, DeKalh, Milton, Gwinnett end Butts
Brev't Brigadier General Tuoaas II. Rnexa, Colonel
dOd United Klales Infantry, commanding Post. Hcnu
.planers, room No. :t Willingham Building, comer nr
IMcaler and Ivy atreels, Atfanla, Ga.
Br.-i l Captain O. (!. Kxapp, 1st Lieutenant Slid I s. Iu
lautry. Post Adjutant. Office at Headquarters
Flrrt Lieutenant U. 8. InrLKY, luth l’. 8. Infantry, A.t
lugAasistant Quattermasler anil Acting Comtulsaaiy
Snlisistrnre Poet. Office, room Nu. 7 Willingham
FOH THE VKAII 18tt7,
I. K. Williainf, Muy<»r | i,.B8J
8. B. Lov<!, Clerk of Council i aid
J. T. Gleuu. City Attorney
Itoliurt M. Farrar, City Treasurer
E. J. Koache,City Phvniciun j5
Jaa. F. Cooper. City Enirinecr
Kobt. Crawford, Comrai-nionerof Public Work*..
George Htewart,Overaeer of Street*
#?o. h. Smith, Tax Receiver and Collector
Pat. Fit/.gtbhnn, llall-Keeper
M. T. Caatleberry, Richard Pater#.
K. &. Rawaon, A. W. Mitchell.
George W. Terry, W. C. Anderson.
J. E. Gnilatt, W. B. Cox.
J. A. Hayden, K. \V. Holland.
L. P. Thomas, Chief Marshal il.600
E. C. Morphy, Deputy Marshal .1,800
J. L. JohnaOQ, 1st Lieutenant or Police 1,009
T. C. Morphy, Sd Lieutenant of Police i,oo%
. . „ fOLICtUmi—($t » FIB DAT.)
L J. Cook, J. a. Holland,
WAX DOLL8 I
r.VCXCWQ BALLS m
W AGON8 I
FORMERLY ROBINSON & ELDREDS.
ATLANTA, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, November 8th and 9th.
J OH IV ROBINSON’S
Formlnir a Grand Stock Enterprise, ConmolldattMH TEN NHOW8.
TIIE MAMMOTH ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT IS COMPOSED OF THE .CURIOUS AND RARE
ANIMALS OF ASIA, AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA,
Including Ornithological Selections of the nioet beautiful upeeimeufi of FORKfQN BIRDS, forming the most Extensive
Collection of WILD ANIMALS ill the country, supported by
THE LARGEST COMPANY OF EQUESTRIANS IN AMERICA,
NumbeilngOne Hundred and Fifty Horses, Including
FIFTY PKRFORMERS, FIVE IADYEQUESTRIENNES, THREE POPULAR CLOWNS.
FEATURES OF TIIE TEN SHOWS.
In th« Zoological Department twill be Found a HERD OF TAPIRS!
A FLOCK OF AUBTKALIAN EMEUS! A HERS OF PORCUPINES! T
PERFORMING ELEPHANT “EMPRESS," Introduced by Mr. Johnson.
Prominent among tho Attractive Talent of tho Arena are such Artiste no
M’LLE ALICE, M’LLE FRANCES, MADAME MARGARET, MADAME CER
TRUDK, MR. JOHN WILSON, MR. JOHN ROBINSON, MR. J. MAC*
DONOUCH, MR. CEO. 8LOMAN, MR. C. N. RORINSON, SICNOR
ADOLPH BRANDI8I, MR. JOHN LOLOW, Tho American
Humorist and Polito Local Clown.
MR. FRANK ROBINSON, Clown par oxoollont and Modern Crimaidi; MR.
ARCHIE CAMPBELL, Timo-honorod Oiaponsor of Wit and Humor j
- LEWIS WILLIS.
F. J. Botnar,
K. A. Center,
F. T. Ktekllghtar,
J. A. Hinton,
J. L. Crenahaw,
G. W. Bowen,
(I. M. Barry,
U. F. Wood! Iff,
K. D. Haynea,
■I. It. Love,
J. A. Lang,
K. B. HutcLint,
J. M. Cunnally,
U. W. Wooding,
H. J. lioltzcfaw,
M. W. Ra.berry,
J. F. Barnet,
T. U. McUan,
J. A. Lanier,
Cleric of First Market—Tbeophilns Harris.
Clerk of Second Market—Frank T. Ryan.
Sexton—G. A. Pilgrim.
City Aaseasora—R. 8. Waters, W. C. Humphries, and
C* F. Wood.
Assessor of Land taken for Opening Streets—Lavi C.
Wells, aud F. P. Rice,
•T4MDIMO coxxmssa OF TUI CITY COUNCIL FOB TXX
FISCAL TEAB 1MI7.
Finance—Patera. Mitchell. Rawsou.
Ordtnanca—MltchtU, Hayden, Peters.
Street# and Sidewalka—Gulfatt, Kawaon, Hayden.
Wella, Pomps and Clsterue—Cox, Anderson, Caatla-
Lamps and Gas—Hayden, Terry, Peters.
Relief—Castleberry, Rawsou, Terry, Gnlfatt, Hayden.
Market-Hayden, Castleberry, Holland.
Cemetery—Terry, Mitchell, Rawaon.
Public Balldlng* and Gronnda—Anderson, Terry, Pe
Tax—Holland, Kawaon, Cox.
On Printing—Terry, Holland, Castleberry.
Salariaa—Oox, Mitchell. Holland.
First Ward-Dr. J. M. Boring.
Second Ward—O. H. Jonea. Esq.
Third Ward—L. P. Grant, &sa.
Fourth Ward—Dr. Cbaa. Plnckm.
Fifth Ward—Dr. J. N. Simmons.
WABM OT TXX CITY.
The City ot Atlanta shall ba laid off Into five wards, as
Commencing at th* crowing or Whitehall street with
the Western A Atlantic Railroad, and running np th*
sonth aid* of said railroad to the tncorporatluallne,then
down said Una to the center of Whitehall street, then
north along th* center of laid street to the etarttng point,
and which shall ba known and oonetltnte Ward number
a icons want).
c ommencing at th* cantar or the crossing of Whitehall
street, at the Western A Atlantic Railroad, and running
east down the railroad to th* crossing of Calhoun street,
in the rear of th* Georgia Railroad workshop, than south
along the middle of aud street to the center of McDon
ough street, tbatiee along the center of McDonough street
to the incorporation fine, then along said line to the cen
ter of Whitehall street at its cronslug at th* Incorporation
line, then alow the center of raid street to the starting
K tnt, which *b*)i be known nnd constitute Ward num
Commencing at the center of Calhoun street, at its
sonth crossing of the Georgia Railroad workshop, and
running down (he sonth side of said railroad to the In
corporation tine, then along said line to the center of Me
Donough street to the starting point, which shall consti
tute ana ha known na Ward number Three.
Commencing on the north aide of the Georgia Railroad
In the center of the croaelng of said railroad by Loyd
street, and running down the north side of said railroad
to the Incorporation line, then along said line to Ivy
street, than along the center of Ivy street to Decatnr
street, than along said street west to the renter or Loyd
to the starting point, which shall constitute and be
known as Ward number Fonr.
commencing at the north of said railroad, at the ecu-
ter or the crossing of Loyd afreet, and running west
along the north aid* of the We*tern A Atlantic Railroad
to the Incorporation line, then along aald line to the ceu-
ter of Ivy street, then aonth along the center of De
catur (treat to the center of Loyd atreet-thon along the
“ which (hall
. it, 1
center of Loyd a tract to tha starting poll
couatltnta and ha known •• Ward number
nt Engineer—W. G. Knox.
Secretary—B. F. Mooie.
Treasurer—Jama* E. Gulfatt.
Atlanta RnoViOC Company No. 1.
M*J. W. B. Cox, President
John B. Norman Foreman
Samuel Wilson Secretary
II. Muhlenbrtuk Treasurer
Chari** Bohnatr. First Director
John Berkete Second Director
John Wllby Third Director
J. II. Kllswortb Engineer
P. J. Bracken First Assistant Engineer
M. L. Collier Second Aaaletaut Engineer
t). Warner Third Assisuut Engineer
II. Haney, l
M. L. Robert* Delegate to Fire Department
MnCHAMIC ENOINK COHfANT No. 9.
J. E. Gulfatt President
J. G. Kelley Vice-President
W. D. Luckle, Jr.- Secretary
G. 11. Jones Treasurer
K. Rule# First Director
Isaac ttiatnhelmer Second Director
G. W. Tarry Chief Engineer
Joel Kefaey First Asalstant Engineer
James Daulala Second Assistant Engineer
J. M. Toy Third AaalslaiYt Engineer
G. T. Auderaon, I
J. M. Buice, I .
Joseph Wiley, f Axemen
J. F. Alexander Surgeon
M. L. LicUtenstadt.. .Representative to Fire Department
Tallulah Ehoinh Comcast No. A
8, W. Grubb
K. A. Center
W. C. Shearer
J. J. Roger*
Lewis H. Clarke
John A. Illll
II. S. urine, M. D
W. R. Bigger*
... Uow Director.
Atlahta Hook and Laddxh Co. No. l.
J. L. Queen Foreman
c. F’ 8; D’AIvtgny Assistant Foreman
J. 8. Yarbrough Secretary
Ooo, John sou . ttmihhh
Ed° riot land .Representative to'Fire Department
Tlte Nonpareil LEWIS, MR.
fillAN’I) GUATUITOl’H KX1IIBITIONI
A Gurgrou* Ancient Pageant—The (iramt Chariot of Mars.Oheron und AcldlU-s; l.tvin* l.toi
" ' ’*l and llludlalorj, In Armor of An,l.;.l Homans, *• near! lo the yiiiu i ii.,;
and Bruns*; Kulaht, *
age*. This grand and Imposing I’roesnlnn will b* preceded by Ills Chariot of Oheion, rnutahdua TllOd CAN HAM
OrBEATIO 61LVKH AND 8TIH.NU UHCllKSTR* of Twouly U.si-Cluw Mualelaiu.
tn op,,, lien* of Gold
-tty Orienitat Equip.
it A Mo
•At a anU 7 O’clock* T*. M.
A Card.—What Is Tarrant s Effer
rxscxNV Sxltxkr AranixxT, and what are He afreets T
Tbow are questioa* which the great American public
haa artxht to nek, and It haaafaoa right to expect a
candid aud aatlalhctory reply. The preparation t* a mild
aud geutlemllne cathartic, alterative aud tonic, and le
most carefully prepared in the form of a snow-white
powder, containing nil th* wonderful medical properties
of the lur-hmed Settler Spring* of Germany.
Gf Its effects we would say that those who have teated
the preparation are the beet judge*, and they declare
over their own *'
promptly relieve In
cure every spectoe«
system, refresh an
pang* ol rheumatism, neatrallae acid la the stomach,
clean** aad toooth* bowels, attlet th* falling appetite
core the heart bam.
If yea are a aafratar gtva this remedy on* trial, and
wUl oonriaea yen o( the ebova fact*.
TARRANTJk 00., aota proprietor*, Naw York.
BoM by all Druggists. into