IMERY’S FISH MARKET, Nos. 5,7 and 9 West Wall
■treet, National Hotel Building, Wholesale and Retail.
E. E DONEHOO,
Telephone 2G6« SE. Alabama.
FRENCH AND STICK
G. E. JOHNSON,
Telephone 285. 24 E. Alabama Street.
THOS. A. FRIERSON. W. M. SCOT'!'.
(0. M. Mitchell Post 21 G. A. R.)
Frierson & Scott.
Real Estate and Renting Agents,
NO. 1 S. Pryor, Cor. RccaturSt.
'ln Kimball House.;
ATLANTA, - - GEORGIA.
Refer to Bankers ami Business Men of Atlanta.
BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE AM) RENT .STORES, RES
IDENCES. FARMS, MILL SITES, WATER POW
ERS, MINES, MINERAL, TIMBERED AND
WILD LANDS, MANUFACTURING
SITES, Ac. SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO BUSINESS FOR NON
We have a large number of Farms for sale in high,
healthy localities, well watered by springs and streams,
with Orchards. Graperies, Ac., and very desirable at
extremely low prices.
The time has come v. lien people North are looking
southward, and now is the time to invest, because the
South offers greater inducements than any other section,
not only as to quality, variety and low prices, but as to
superiority of climate, waler and li< altli. For $5 to S2O
per acre we offer good farms w liich, in Wisconsin, Mich
igan or lowa, would readily bring SIOO per acre. Dairy,
fruit, vegetable and stock farms pay well in Georgia,
and pioneers are the ones who will get the best bargains.
Northern men will find as hearty welcome here and as
much freedom of speech, thought and action, as any
Correspondence solicited and reliable information
For a fine glass of beer
Go to the Atlanta, 32 Marietta.
Roughton’s Specific Use for Dfarhcea.
N. McKinley, sign painter, 53 Peachtree.
Peavy & Bro., 117 Wheat, fine meats. Tele
The mother and sister of Ed. Cooper, who
stabbed himself to death, arrived from Savan
nah this morning.
Ladies, the Great Southern Variety Store is
the place to get your presents.
Marble and Granite. Best stock in Atlanta.
Robbins, Bro. A Goza.
Don’t fail to buy your teas and coffees of C.
W. Fox, 25 Peachtree.
The tools sent for have arrived and work on
the artesian well will be resumed to-night. The
depth of the well is now 1,917 feet. The drill Is
still in granite.
The largest variety and cheapest goods at the
Variety Store, 73 Whitehall.
The Fall term of Washington Seminery be
gins September 2d. Address 16 E. Cain.
Thousands of baskets and toys just received
at the V ariety Store, 73 Whitehall.
Suicides are getting to be such a rage that a
New Foandland dog belonging to Mr. Frank
Harris, on Calhoun street, hung himself yester
day afternoon with a clothes line.
Patterson & Bowden, undertakers, Markham
House block, Atlanta, Ga. Telephone connec
Picture frames and baby carriages retailed at
wholesale prices at the Variety Store,73 White
Mr. W. B. Henderson, of DeKalb county, has
sent the Agricultural Department five stalks of
“Old Town Prolific” corn. There are from two
two to four large, well-developed ears on every
stalk. Prolific is a good name for it.
Officer T. J. Thompson was looking this
morning for the man who tore up Marietta
street to put down a water or gas main nearly
in front of Phillips & Crew’s. The belgian
blocks were nut back very awkwardly and they
Stick up in an ugly way clear across the street.
The blue coat will surely make a case if he
finds the fellow.
Coniplaing of Ponce <le Leon.
A large party of young folks went out to
Ponce de Leon, last evening. Much to their
surprise there was no dancing or skating, and
very poor refreshments. To-day their com
plaints are bitter against the resort, for not of
fering better accommodations.
A Query About Sabbath Observance.
Will Mr. C. 0. Johnson, who made an address
at Evans Chapel on last Sunday evening, in
which he denounced the violation of what he
called the Sabbath by church members buying
Sunday papers, secular papers and trash and
reading them on that day, and encouraging
bovs to sell them, and implored his congrega
tion not to patronize railroads, street cars, Sun
day morning papers, or any individuals or
corporations who are striving to accumulate
worldly goods on the day set apart by God to be
kept holv, inform an honest inquirer where,inside
the lids of the New Testament there is any com
mand from God to keep holy the first day of the
week, or any command from Christ to keep any
day holv. He went through the fields on the
Jewish Sabbath, which is commanded by the
code of Moses to be kept holy, with a rabble at
his heels, plucking and destroying the men’s
corn who owned the fields: and when expostula
ted with, said: “The Sabbath was made tor man,
and not mm for the Sabbath.” Paul says:
“One man esteemeth one day above another:
another esteemeth each day alike:
let each be fully persuaded in
his own mind.” I have studied this ques
tion a great deal: and also the practice of the
early Christian church for a good many hundred
vears, and found that they threw over the
‘Jewish Sabbath, and merely met on the first
day of the week to distinguish their meetings
from those of the Jews. This fact alone, shows
the utter inconsistency of men who attempt ( >
make the code of Moses applv to our Christian
Have You Heard tlie Sew.?
Why, that Harrv Lvnan intends to do the rail
road and Steamship ticket brokerage business of
this citv. His offices are at i Kimball House,
Wall street, . nd 38 Wall street, and he can save
yon money on tickets almost anywhere.
Wilson & Stiff, sole agents for Lathrop A
Turner’s folding insect frames, toilet frames,
extension iron frames.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLANTA. GT? WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1885.
CAUGHT ON THE FLY-
1 CITY HOSPITAL NEEDED.
The Much Talked of Market House and Solution
to Whitehall Crossed? Still Lags
in the Rear.
THE SECRET OF BALTIMORE’S
ART IN ATLANTA.
Atlanta needs a city hospital very badly. But
few cities of her size are there but which sup
port one. Shall we have one.
Rake up the market house question every
time you have nothing more important to discuss,
and with plenty of talk you will get the matter
stirred up. A market house would pay hand
somely on the investment and be of inestimable
benefit to the city.
The Atlanta press are having enough to write
and talk about as regards the city’s affairs now.
First the barber shop Sunday closing bill, then
tlje Beattie beef ordinance, and now comes the
police kicking up a big sensation over the arrest
of several dealers for violating laws that are ob
solete, or should be. That all furnishes fuel and
fun for the newspapers and business for the po
licemen, but it is expensive for the sufferers.
Baltimore is known to be one of the most
prosperous of cities, and her growth has been
phenomenal. Those who are familiar with the
causes attribute much of her success to the
fact that her people support home industries
with unreserved and unstinted liberality.
Home made goods are bought in preference
every time. If Atlanta people will do the same
thing she will go ahead, and that rapidly. Buy
home made goods every time in preference.
Apropos of the recent action of the police one
merchant suggested to us that it was the spirit
of the law and not the letter that should be car
ried out, and in that connection he remarked
that if the letter was to be carried out that po
licemen should quit stopping while on their
beats, especially when they stopped in doorways
or on a cool corner in the evening, or under an
awning when it was raining. There are differ
ent ways of reading and understanding a law.
Still the Whitehall crossing remains undis
turbed. We are inclined to favor the tunneling
idea if the sewer matter can be arranged. A
suggestion on either the tunnel or bridge which
we would make is to run steps up or down, not
only at each end, but between the tracks, so
that a person would not have to return to the
end of either when a train comes along, but
he could take the middle steps and pass over or
under with no extra walking except to climb the
stairs. Give us some relief, however, before
some one is killed.
The car track from end of line on Fair to the
park is already graded, and all that is needed is
to lay the rails. Certainly money ought easily
to be raised for that, and that speedily. The park
would become very popular with families to go
out to the park, take their dinner with them, and
eat a regular country dinner under the trees,
while the children could romp on the grass under
the shade trees. We need this breathing spot
for the benefit of the health of the city.
+ + +
The art business is on the rise in Atlanta.
Due, no doubt, to the very elegant stocks of
goods that have been brought here by the deal
ers in this line. The Kimball House art store
and the Marietta street engraving store, are fil
led with choice works of art, rare pictures and
engravings, bric-a-brac, and a score of novel
things to adorn the home and please the eye.
We are glad to note this very worthy enterprise
on the part of our art dealers. The people
should place a proper value of appreciation
upon these facts and extend to them all of that
encouragement and patronage they so richly de
serve. When home is made beautiful, husband,
wife and children will become more and more
attached to it, and with the cultivation of the
love of the beautiful, comes refinement, peace
The feeling among the merchants over the re
cent cases against merchants for using the side
walks, and liquor dealers for not placing over
their doors a very useless sign, is getting to be
very bitter, not so much because the law was
enforced, but because they were not notified.
There would be much good sense in such a pro
ceeding, but the police in turn claim that they
have no discretion in the matter, and must make
cases without notification as they understand
the law. The police of Atlanta are a conscien
tious set of men, faithful, and, as a rule, square
minded and reliable, and they evidently do not
care to oppress the merchants : but if the law
compels them to make cases, then the law should
be modified. Os course there have been some
willful cases of disregard of the law’, but in by
far the majority of cases the merchant is a very
close and obedient observer of the law.
C. S. A.
I Have the Facilities for
Doing a large business in lumber, sash, doors,
blinds, etc., and will give lowest bottom prices.
Get my prices before you close contract.
W. S. Bell,
25 Ivy street.
Wilson & Stiff, 33 Peachtree street, will quote
best terms to the trade on gauze netting, or
made up nets, ceiling or gosse neck frames,
toilet extension frame, iron extension frames.
We have a large stock of sash, doors and
blinds at lowest prices, and all kinds of lumber.
Try us on prices.
W. S. Bell, Ivy street.
Steamship tickets. Harry Lynan, 38 Wall, 4
millions of Feet.
Our yard is crowded full, and we can siipplv
you with any quantity and kind of building ma
terial or lumber, for any purpose, at bottom
rates. Call on us before you close contract.
W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy street.
The Pride of the Housewife
Is a nice, tender, juicy roast, or a fry, whether
it be of beef, spring lamb, or whatever kind.
We cater to the desires of such ladies by hav
ing the very choicest cuts to be found anywhere.
A trial order will convince yon of this fact.
Echols & Rich ards,
S. MAIER A CO., 8 > 4 ' MARIETTA ST.
Wholesale Dealers in
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Richter
ITS MIGHT* HOT
Tv talk about Cloaks, Jackets and Dolmans,
but if you want a nice one right now, at one
half price, and less than you can get it. fresh
.and fine, at Theo. Mayer’s, 6 Whitehall street.
Diamond Council Knights of Temperance met
Atlanta Lodge No. 56, F. A. M., meets to
Central Lodge I. O. 0. F. met last night.
Assembly 3209 K. of L. will meet to-morrow
night at Jennings hall on Marietta street.
As the weather gets cooler, the various
lodges in the city will have a larger attend
Comanche Tribe, No. 6, I. 0. R. M., will meet
to-morrow night at Union Hall, 49% south
The Good Templars are waiting patiently to
see what the law-makers are going to do about
the local option bill.
The corner stone of the new capitol will be
laid on the 2d of September with Masonic rites.
The ceremonies will be very impressive.
The colored Assembly K. of L. met last night
on Marietta street. Speeches were indulged in
by visiting brethren. Thi§ Assembly is quite
Capitol Lodge No. 60, I. 0. 0. F., will meet
to-morrow night at Odd Fellows hall. This is
the largest lodge in the city, and visiting breth
ren arc always welcome.
Members should always keep their dues
promptly paid and never allow themselves to
get in arreai s, for if you once ge behind you
will find it a hard matter to catch ud.
Mohawk Tribe, No. 5 Imp. 0. R. M. meets to
night at their hail, 461 Marietta street. Four pale
faces to be scalped. Visiting brothers cordially
invited to be present and witness he adoption.
Cast your bread upon the waters and in due
time you will gather them in. Members of dif
ferent lodges should look after,their sick and
afflicted with more diligence than they have*in
The Knights of Labor are at present enjoying
a full blessing. They are continually receiving
and aciding new Knights to their list of thous
ands, which have already enrolled their names
in the Gate City. .
Empire Encampment meets to-night. This is
an opportunity that you will not have again un
til the 2d Wednesday in September. All those
who are entitled to sit in the encampment should
embrace this opportunity.
A lady asked “Lodger,” the other day,did the
lodge meet every night. She said her old spicy
came in every night at 12 or I o’clock,and really
believes he is taking the hay fever. “He is just
as dizzy; what makes it.”
Assembly 2,992 K. of L. was all aglow with
enthusiasm last night. The hall was literally
pa ked. Speeches were freely indulged in by
all present. It seemed like a good old Meth
odist love-feast, for everyone seemed to enjoy
themselves and were extremely happy.
MASS MEETING KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
At an early hour last night the eager crowd
with anxious .hearts, began to gather at “Pyp
tian Hall,” to listen to some of the most elo
quent addresses that were to be delivered on the
occasion, and ere the hour had arrived, the
house was Utterly filled with spectators. Hon.
Claude Estes, of Gainesville, who is Grand
Chancellor of the State, delivered one of the
finest and most eloquent addresses in reference
the noble Order of the Knights of Pythias. This
gentleman is endowed with the wonderful gift
of oratory, and handles his subject in a masterly
manner, which no doubt caused many a Knight
to be awakened to a sense of duty. Hon.
Mr. Brandt,who is a Noble Night and Grand Su
preme representative, and others made glowing
speeches. The Knights of Pythias have been a
little dilatory in regard to the order of late, but
the meeting last night, aroused them fully, and
it is believed that they will push forward with
renewed vigor and energy. A great many
Knights who have heretofore been disconnected
with the order, have expressed a desire to re
unite. There was a great manifestation of
feeling demonstrated last night, and there is no
earthly doubt but that in the future, the K. of
P. will redeem their order, and march on in the
front ranks of the grand army of Knights.
* After the speaking, came the grand banquet,
Cold meats, cakes, watermelons, lemonade and
ice cream, were serAed in a superb style. And
as the jolly Knights sat around the tables,
partaking of refreshments, they indulged in
Pythian jokes, which were appreciative and en
joyable to all present. Andas the'“wee small
hours” were fast approaching, the noble
knights departed for their respective homes,
carrying with them a fond remembrance of the
“grand rally” of the Knights of Pythias of the
MR. A. M. GARDNER.
A Capitol Man at Alliens.
On Saturday night about one thousand people
gathered at the courthouse to hear an address
on the subject of labor. Precisely at 8 o’clock
Mr. Rufus Riden ascended the rostrum and in
troduced as the speaker of the evening Mr. A.
M. Gardner, of Atlanta. Mr. G. is apparently
about twenty-eight years of age, dark
complexion, black hair and eyes,
with brown moustache. His manner is very
prepossessing, and anyone could readily see by
the way he handles his subject that hsi is des
' tined to rank among the brightest constellations
! of orators of the present day. This young man
handled the subject of labor in a very able man
ner, and a good many of the “doubtful Thom
as’s” were forced to discard their doubts and
fears and connect themselve with the K. of L. a
After the speaking was over, they all repaired
to the ball of the Good Templars, and 46 per
sons enrolled their names as charter members.
The Assembly was then duly established, and
the officers elected were installed for the term
of six months.
We understand that Mr. Gardner is a reporter
of that spicy little journal, The Evening Capi
tol, published by Col. I. W. A very. Mr. G. is
a wholesouled, genial fellow, and by his free, open
manner of speaking and his gentlemanly con
duct, won for himself a host of friends.* The
Knights of Labor are increasing throughout
the United States. We are informed that
there are 2,700 Knights in the city of Atlanta.
We will state that the Knights of Labor are
I bitterly opposed to strikes. We hope that this
' institution may prove a blessing to the toiling
I masses of poor people throughout the land and
country.—Athens Banner -Watchman.
Loop Front Phaetons.
The ladies should not fail to go to the ware
rooms of the Milburn Wagon Company, and in
spect their stock of elegant loop front phaetons.
They have one that is especially beautiful, and
is painted a deep olive brown, with delicate car
mine snipes, the trimmings of leather to match.
Two polished silver reflecting lamps adorn the
dash for night driving, as well as to set. off the
vehicle. It hangs low and is easy of egress and
access, and has plenty of room. It is truly a
beautiful affair, and should be seen. Library
Building, 39, 41 and 43 Decatur street.
THAT WORST OF DISEASES,
The Kidney Complaint, can be cured
by the use of Pratt's Aromatic Gin.
This remedy cures all those troubles,
such as lame back and other things ar
rising from disordered kidneys, and is
sold atall leading bars,and . T. Grady,
63 Alabama, is the wholesale agent.
Harry Lynan, Ticket Broker,
Sells railroad and steamship tickets, low rates.
Those having sewing machines out of order
and needing repairs will do well to send them
to the Wheeler A Wilsc n office, 71 Whitehall
street, where the best machinists are employed
and all work guaranteed. No charges are made
for repairing Wheeler A Wilson machines un
less in use a very long time, and then only for
cost of the parts and actual time for putting in
The Central Saloon, under Kimball
House, corner Wall and Pryor, is now
opened for business and ready to serve
you with toddies, smashes, juleps,
sours, punches, fizzes, and all the plain
and fkney drinks of the season. S. T.
f Che Most Beautiful
Us, Biscuit and LW Bread
I ARE MADE OF
[Jtamond Patent Flour
f NDERSON & BRO.,
147 W. PETERS ST.
)L. NORRM AN, * ””
Rooms GB, 72 and 73,
I Gate City National Bank Building.
T7.DMUND G. LIND, F. A. 1. A.
i Architect and
| C 3 Wh.?.jhali Street.
JglKl UE A
3d Floor, Healy Building.
Corner Marietta and I'eachiree streets.
WMI A. HAYGOtjD. EDMU.ND W. MARTIN.
TIfAYGOOD & MARTIN,
JLJ( La n vers,
4 17% Peachtree. Atlanta. Ga.
| T--> fp-ox. 117.
rrjHOMAS L. BISHOP, "
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room 2, Brown Block,
28 Wall street, Atlanta, Ga.
j~OCHIiANE & LOCH KANE.
0. A. LOCHRANE,
ELGIN LOOK RANK,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
I Lave resumed the practice of law in copartner
shqvvith my son, Elgin, at
t Atlanta, Ga.
T 0. A. LOCH PANE,
are Determined to Close Out our
> Spring and Summer Suits.
1 Goods Must be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Our Mr. Anderson goes to New York
this week and we must make room for
our fall and winter stock.
We Mean What We Say.
—WE ARE OFFERING—
Boys’ & Childrens’ Suits
Come in and we will please you,' both
in. prices and quality.
Jas. A. Anderson & C 0.,.
pOE3 AN EXCHANGE BANKING BUSINESS OF
I / all kinds, the same as other banks. Accounts oi
banks, merchants and others thankfully received. Al
lows interest on time deposits. Citv collections made
free. Open Bto 4. JOHN H. JAMES,
€*r buy, sell or exchange a Dog of any kind, or have
your cfogfinely trained? If so. address,with stamps,
GATE CITY KENNEL, Atlanta, Ga
i Nice Little Fam of Forty Acres.
To.be raffled for as soon as made up. Ticket put low
s<< everybody can get them. Tickets at Taylor’s stable,
24 Alabama street. Get your tickets at once, as it will
soon be made up. Tickts, SI.OO each.
rj-'HE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WATER WORKS
r and Fire Department of Atlanta having been made
as agreed on, a pro-rata return of the fifteen per cent,
ektra premium, collected on account of deficiencies, will
be made for the uaexpired term of the policies, from
presentation of tbe policies at office of Agents.
t .P.AW. F. Pattillo, Ag’tsJl. Castleman, Ag’ts
Y Hilue ± Egglesion, “ W. T. Crenshaw.
.W. Haskell, “ P. F. Clarke, “
j r-.. A. Wbitner A Co., “ Augier A Waldo, “
,bel Hurt, “ J. N. Moody,
Tra<‘l Putnam, “ Thompson Bros., “
v’ bitner A Cronhelm “ Jno. A. Bowie, “
SOUTHERN MEDICAL COLLEGE,
NFXT PEGULAR SESSION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 6TH,1885. FACILITIES FOR MEDICAL INNTIU'CtION
ARE UNSUP.PASSED. THE
IVY STREET HOSPITAL.
In connection with the College, furnishes an abundance of chemical material for illustrating alt Inxmses.
For Catalogue, terms, etc., address Dean’s Office,
DR. WM. PERRIN NICOLSON, Dean,
P. 0. Box, 234. CONSTITUTION BUILDING.
The Only House in Atlanta
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
Furniture and Csrjels I
ANDREW J. MILLER,
Big 44 Peachtree Street., ATLANTA, GA.
33 PEACHTREE STREET,
Manufactures of and Dealers in
CORNICE AND CEILING FRAMES,
Sole Agents for LATHROP FRAME CO.’S FRAMES, Electric Lamps, Lamp
Goods and Domestic Sewing Machines.
BBST DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Willas Remove* Across® the® Street® to® 34® Peachtree,® September*! st.
1 NEED A THE NICEST VOII ARE KIGHT,
sea served in,the city. L
ALSO, THE FINEST f/
Whiskies, Wines, Brailflies,
Q AND CIGARS.
' ALSO, agent FOR
PILSENER PALE BEER ’
Drawn Ice Cool, in Stone Mugs. I i
bank sample room. BANK SAMPLE ROOM.
A. P. TRIPOD
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC.
13 Broad Street.
FASHIONABLE BARBER SHOP.
PURE FILTERED WATER FOR
HOT AND COLD BATHS.
No. 18 Marietta St., ATLANTA, GA.
B Established 18G0.
Upliolsteriiig in all its Brandies.
Bedding Awnings, Tents and Mosquito
Nets. First-Class Work a Specialty
Terms Cash. Ido not buy or sfell on credit
No. 12 EAST HUNTER STRUT:T.
DRS. MEMMLER & CO.,
CIURES Stricture, Catarrh, Liver, Skin, Rheumatism,
J Nervous. Female. Private and all Chronic Diseases.
If you have suffered for years, do not despair, help may
be nearer than you think. Come and see us. Numer
ous and divers testimonials to be seen at our office, 3%
Marietta street, Atlanta. Ga.
THE NICEST SIGNS
ARE MADE BY
WINTER A: SON,
50 Peacutrek Stremt.
PAINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
S A. COLES?
169 MARIETTA STREET,
NIGHT AND DAY CALLS PROMPTLY FILLED.
4th Ward Drug Store !
A COMPLETE Stock of Select Drugs, Toilet Articles,
etc. Proscriptions compound* d day and night.
Our stock of Patent Medicin* s r.innot be excelled. 01
ders from the country will receive trompt attention.
DR. J. F. ROUGH TON A' CO.,
522 lYecatur street.
Try Roughton’s Specific for Diarrhoea and Dysenterv
Sold by all dnuro-ist...
”w. H. PATTERSON,
NO. 24 PRYOR STREET,
Atlanta - - - Ga.
F. S. 2EMMON,
Satisfaction guaranteed Repairing promptly and neat-
ly done. Peachtree St.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Correct Guide for the Arrival and De
parture of Trains in the City.
RICHMOND <Jk DANVILLE R. R.
Leave for ! city time. Arr. from
7 :40 am ... . Danville and Washington 12 40 pin
5:00 pm ...Danville and Washington.. 10 00 pm
4:30 pm .. Gainesville 820 am
EAST TENN., VA. & GA. R. R.
All trains leave from Sliorf Line Depot. Mitchell street.
L’ve for | North. iArr from
]0 30 pm;. Pome and Chattanooga No. 12. .1 10 00 pm
Il 45 amj. Rome and Chattanooga No. 14. .[ 11 15 am
I South. 1
400 am . Macon and JesupNo.il. . .1 345 am
500 pml. Macon and Brunswick No. 14 .( 445 pm
All trains connect at Cochran with Hawkinsville
branch. Trains leave Short Line Depot. Mitchell street.
WESTERN AND ATLANTIC R. R.
Leave fori (Kennesaw Lout.■.
3 40 pm;No. 1, Limited Express 3 1;> pm
7 50 arnjNo. 5, Day Express .... ». 7 35 pm
10 45 pm No. 11, Night Express G 10 am
445 pm! No. 14, Rome Express 10 10 am-
540 pm| No. 17, Marietta Express... 800 am.
130 pml No. 13, Kennesaw Express... 315 am
Leave for I Arr. from
6 3(1 am I Macon 10 10 .pm
740 pm .. Macon ami Savannah .... 730 am
3 40 pm Macon 12 40 pm
515 pm| . Barnesville Accommodation. 750 am
Leave for i (Stone,Mountain Route.) Arr. Iron
3 50 pmi .Augustaand Athens (fast line. I 00 pm
8 00 am; Augusta and Athens 5 45 pm.
8 20 pmi . Augusta 6 40 pm.
555 pm!.. Covington Accommodation.. 755 arni
935 am! . Decatur Accommodation. 10 35 an>
120 pm| ...Clarkston Accommodation... 310 pm
ATLANTA& WESTJ’OINT R. R.
L’ve for | Arr from
10 40 pml Montgomery 3 Oft pm
lospm J . Limited Express to N. 0. 330 am
545 pm;.. ..LaGrange Accommodation... 845 pm
GEORGIA PACIFIC RAILRO AD.
Leave for I Arr. from
8 00 ami. . . Birmingham Day Express.... 8 90 pit
10 30 pnfc. Birmingham and New Orleans . 7 ItPpmi
1 05 pm j Fast Express 4 30pru
Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Postofflce
railkoads. iTr’ns Arr.i M’ IsOpnjS'lsC 1 sejl’r’nsLv
R’me&Mcon north ill 25am j 1 OOpmjll 15am 11 45am
.VIA Macon (CBr 12 40pm! 100 pm! 3 00pm I 3 40pia
At&M’g(A&WPRr I 3 30pm 3 45pm 12 50pm I 1
i 3 00pm; 4 15am 10 00pm 110 44pm
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♦Atlanta A Birmingham train leaving at 10:30 p.m.
carries mail for Talladega, Anniston and Birmingham
only. fChariotte A Atlanta train leaving at 4:30 p.m.
carries mail for Lawrenceville, Roswell and Dunwoody
Location of the Atlanta Fire Alarm Boxes.
NO. STATION. 1 XO. STATION
12—No. 1 Engine House 36—Jail, Fraser street
13—Mitchell, nr Whitehall 41—Cor.Peachtree & Decatur
14—Station House. *42—Decatur, opposite Loyd
15—Cor. Peachtree A' Broad! 43—West Point Depot*
16—June. Peachtree and Ivy 45—Corner Decatur and Roll
17—Cor.P’cht'eA Merritsav 46—Cor. Wheat and-'Collin*
21—DeGive's Opera House* 51—Central R. R. Depot*
23—Atlanta Cotton Factory* 52—Cor. Mitchell A' Mangum
24—Cor. Grubb and Cone 53—Peters St.AC.R.R.Cross*
25—June.Marietta A- Walton 54—Corner Peters and Pair
26—Cor.M*rietta A Simpson 56—Jamestown, U.S. 1 a r'ka
31—Cor .Whitehall A' Broth’n 61—Cor .Capitol a v A Rawsn
32—Cor. Whitehall A Hood 62 —Cor. Marietta and Pine
34—No. 2 Engine House 63—Cor. Gilmore and Butler
35—Cor.Washingt’n A Clark * Private-