BOWELS &.CHILOREN TEETHING
It is THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
for the bowels. It is one of the most pleasant and
efficacious remedies for all summer complaints.
Ata season when violent attacks of the bowels are
so frequent, some speedy relief should be at hand.
The wearied mother, losing sleep in nursing the
little one teething, should use this medicine. 50
cts. a bottle. Send 2c. stamp to Walter A. Taylor,
Atlanta, Ga., for Riddle Book.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and Mnllein will cure Coughs, Croup,
and Consumption. Price 25c. and SI a bottle.
Base Ball Saturday.
I'be game Saturday was unfortunate for At- I
lanta in her present standing at the head of the
League by so small a lead. The playing was
exciting and close to the end. Dundon was
weak for him, but Mappes played well behind
the bat. Columbus played a strong game at
every point, only making two errors, while the
locals made three.
The following is the official summary and the
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Atlanta ... 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—3
Columbus . . 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 x —s
Runs earned, Columbus 2. Two base hits
McVey. Three base hits, Goldsby, Dorgan,
Collins. Home run, Lyons. Struck out, Dun
don 5; Smith, 3. Green, umpire. White,
scorer. Time, 1:30.
NOTES OF THE GAME AND DAY.
Nurse the finger, Cahill.
Some heavy batting on both sides.
It wasn’t Kline that found Bitman napping on
Nashville beat Augusta 6 to 5.
Cold day at Chattanooga—Birmingham 5,
Memphis downed Macon 4 to 1.
Atlanta is still ahead of Nashville by 5 games.
Excursion to Koine.
There was a large excursion of colored people
this morning over the W. AA. to Rome. The
Fulton Guard were going up to have a big time
with the Route Stars to-morrow. They will go
down the river by steamer, and spend the day
pic-nicing. A large crowd went, and Captain
Adair, the ticket agent, at the Union Depot,was
kept busy passing out tickets.
Come and Sup with me.
We have the finest oysters served in every
style, and every delicacy of the season the mar
ket affords. We dine at Thompson’s restau
rant, 13 East Alabama street.
A car of Tennessee Melons will arrive in At
lanta Wednesday morning to mix in with the
cornei stone exercises, bv Elam Johnson, Son
Mrs. G. K. Woodward
Has reopened her Fashion Parlors at
Whitehall street, and is prepared
to do Dress and Cloak Making in all its
branches. Instructions given in cut
Harry Lynan. Steamship tickets.
JI ad Dog s.
This morning, at half past 9 o’clock, a ‘‘bench
legged fice” went into convulsions on the corner
of Alabama and Whitehall streets. He made
the immediate vicinity hideous with Lis yells.
After several feats of contortions and one or
two grand and lofty tumbles, he arose, and
when he did obtain his equilibrum, he struck a
bee line down Alabama street, bowling and
foaming as he went. He obtained full posses
sion of the streets, as far as “pedestrians” were
concerned. A crowd of boys took after him,
with sticks and clubs, and ere this time he is
trying the realities of “dog land.” The same
dog, we are informed, bit a little two-year-old
-child out on Frazier street, who is now lying in
a critical condition. Several persons would
have shot the dog, but were afraid of the
courts getting hold of them for carrying con
THE BEST OF ITS KIND,
It is a surprising thing to see what some
people do when they are in trouble. Some lose
their heads, some their pockets, and others lose
both. One of the worst things to occur is to
be troubled with constipation, for this causes
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, liver complaint, and
many other complaints peculiar to women.
Worse than all are piles, occasioned by habitual
constipation, and the best men in the medical
profession to-day claim constipation to be prime
cause of piles. If we were to be more careful
and would try to avoid constipation we would
help ourselves in a great many ways, and the
best plan to do this is to systematize ourselves
and our mode of living. If constipation should
set in, take a dose of salts: this often helps, but
if it should not, you should get a bottle of Ersl
inger Pile Medicine, which is intended for ha
bitual constipation and piles. It can be taken
without discomfort by children and the most
delicate women. A noticeable fact is that this
medicine is not intended to cure a thousand and
one complaints —nothing but piles and habitual
constipation. It is sold by all first-class drug
gists at 50 cents a bottle.
Policemen in the Diamond.
The following challenge was handed a Capitol
reporter for publication. Th* game, if it comes
off, will be an interesting t -.. id a large au
dience will no doubt be in a: lance:
base ball! base ball!!
Thompson, pitcher: Cain, catcher: Hamilton,
short stop; Purdy, first base; Hilson, second
base; Bagnell, third base: English, left field:
Terry r - right field. Baker and Garvey, gate
keepers. Captain Crim, umpire.
The above organized club of supernumeraries
challenge nine regular men for a game of base
ball, to be played at Athletic Park one evening
next week: proceeds to be givien to the super
numeraries, as they are not putting in any time,
and they are compelled to have some assistance
to keep sole and body together.
NICE AND JUICY,
New Seed Barley and Rye, at
SIMONS & DRUMMOND.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLAN'X MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1885
COME TO MABRY GEORGE.
A Homaiitic Marriage Yesterday—A
Young Lady Comes from Mary
land toWed her Old «Jweetlieart.
Saturday afternoon a well dressed, genteel,
stylish, pretty young lady about eighteen, came
to the city on the Air Line, and went quietly to
a boarding house in the city. A gentleman who
came in on the same train spied a reporter wjw
was gathering railroad splinters, and he said :
“There’s a wedding on band. See that hand
some girl there. Well, she has come here all
the way from Annapolis, Maryland, to wed her
sweetheart. She is quite intelligent and enter
taining, and in the sweetest, lauj/iing way,
talked to some of the passengers about her er
rand. We were all very much'interested and
entertained, I assure you.”
Just then the young lady passed from the
Union depot, and with the stylish tread and self
possession of a young lady who has seen some
thing of society, she rather mashed the suscept
ible Capitol man, and others besides.
She got into a hack and went to Mrs. Sellers’
boarding house on Forsyth street, a |<l there the
reporter had a chat with having caled Sunday
morning to ask if he could make anltem of her
roman* ic wedding. *
She received the newspaper man very cor
dially, and said she hadn’t the slightest objec
tion. She handed over a pretty card bearing
the name of Miss Eva D. Langley, and laugh
ing said she had come to Atlanta to Marry Mr.
George S. Pearson, a civil engineer who had
been in Atlanta year or more.
“Well,” she said, “George and 1 have belli
engaged three years, and we were to get lur
ried as soon as he got into a position to make a
living for me, but he made a mistake in coming
to Atlanta, and the poor fellow could hardly get
work enough to pay his board. In the mean
time I have 4n conducting a millinery store
at home, ar *'have made enough money to
come after . ,ge. His disappointment was
bearing heav-.y on him, and he wrote that he
was despairing of ever being able to make the
only woman he ever loved his wife; but I have
been more fortunate than he, so we are to be
married anyhow. He objected a little, but I
have made him feel perfectly at ease about it.
He is the best fellow in the world, and I
wouldn’t give him up for all the men put to
gether. I wanted to come South, anyhow, so 1
have come with two objects.”
“When do you get married ? ”
“This evening and we leave on the 5 o’clock
train for home.”
The reporter was invited to be present, but
the rain prevented, and he thought he could be
excused just as well. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. J. L. Casson, in the presence of
the boarders, and the happy pair soon after took
their departure homeward.
Mr. Pearson boarded with Mrs. Sellers, aid
that lady says he is a model young man, and
made himself popular with every person that
The Award of the Board of Honor
Settling the Difficulty.
Atlanta,Ga., Aug. 27, 1885.—The differences
pending between Mr. T. L. Gantt and Hon. R. A.
Connell having been submitted to the arbitra
tion of the undersigned, mutual friends of those
gentlemen, of the mattei - at issue, we find and
award as follows:
Mr. Gaunt transcended the 'bounds of legiti
mate criticism, and while not intending it, used
language calculated to irritate Mr. Connell by
making him an object of ridicule.there
fore decide that Mr. Gantt shoull. its "
any such intent, anil withd* •
criticism. Mr. Connell’s
Gaunt, we think, was too se£ - J,' ' Z ,
tied by the circumstances, anffijMßj
should withdraw the same
above mentioned by Mr. V&'X <■' K :
We further find that the atL <
award, indicated by the -si vut Jf ’U ,
the above mentioned
sent at ires, and a publicati'.'iW&/
Banner-V atchman, wilt be a
ance of the terms on the paißfes
that Mr. Connell make in theVgn
offensive language was used, iIK
offensive and abusive
Mr. Gantt. w *
e . ft*'/ - ; ■
We accept the above award, S | ,
w. h. ifniNiW
For Mr. Gantt.
J. E. Dart,
For Mr. Connell.
W. S. Bell, sash, doors and blinds, 25 Ivy.
No Guess Work About Our Delivery.
Glen Mary Coal and Coke Company, J. C.
Wilson & Co., agents. We weigh every load of
coal that leaves our coal elevator and send tick
ets showing the amounts of each load, and you
know what you are getting. Price for lump
coal, $4.25 per ton, delivered.
J. C. Wilson & Co.,
Agents, 7 Spring St.
Vllanla En terprise.
Nace Bros., at 285 and 287 Decatur street,
cannot be undersold by any one in the Sash,
Door and Blind business. Their facilities for
manufacturing the same are superior to
any one in the city. A large stock of rough
and dressed lumber always on hand. Write
to them for price list. All orders promptly
A joint meeting of Atlanta, Fulton and Geor
gia lodges, F. A. M., will be held at Masonic
Hall Wednesday morning, Sept. 2, at 9 o’clock,
for the purpose of laying the corner stone of
the State Capitol building.
All Master Masons in good standing are cor
dially invited to attend.
W. M. Parkhurst, W. M., Atlanta Lodge.
Jas. A. Gray, W. M., Fulton Lodge.
A. S. Eichberg, W. M., Georgia Lodge.
Blinds, cheap, W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy.
How's ile Crossing* Was Repaired.
Editor Capitol: Let me, as a resident in
J,he neighborhood of Forsyth and Beotherton
streets, thank you for having the crossing at the
intersection of those streets made passable.
One night last week a man fell into the hole
there and seriously injured himself. The next
afternoon, the Capitol, the only paper in the
city that did notice the accident ana commented
on the wretched condition of the crossing. The
morning after that the crossing was repaired in
a substantial manner.
The residents of this neighborhood feel
obliged for the Capitol’s prompt notice of the
matter, and are indebted to it for the repairs.
A Wcl Policeman.
There is a standing joke that an Atlanta po
liceman never got wet, but it is said that Jumbo
Hunter broke the monotony of that joke by get
ting s< aked yesterday. He probably got caught
where he couldn’t help himself.
The British minister is pleased with the Sul
tan of Turkey and his courtesy.
All building material cheap, W. S. Bell, 25
0 PUm |Bl 8. Woolley, M. D„
riUBl I Atlanta, Ga.
Reliable evidence given and
V WHISKY ' reference to cared patients and
a M U i ; physicians.
n-tu. i for Book on the
bruits tlliC Habits and their Cure. Free.
Oi bny, sell or exchange a Dog o! any
yourdogfinely trained? If so. addn
GATE CITY KENNEL,
Do You Want to B»y or Ml?
IF YOU DO, CALL OS ’
Frierson & Scott,
NO, I SOOTH PRYOR STREET.
SOUTH PRYOR— New Groom Cottage on lot 50x150,
shaded, house nicely furnished, painted, sash bung
with weights, blinds, 2 verandahs, convenient to E. I’
Va. Ga. shops ; $1,300, s2oo cash, $25 per month buys it
ryQ ALEXANDER ST.—4-room cottage, lot 50.\140,
I verandahs front and rear, nicely furnish |nd
painted, weather-boarded, plastered, blinds, etc. ■ ■
100 cash and $25 a month buys it.
on nnn— c< htox factory proper?y p■.
WOU.UvV Sale for $2,500 (TwtTnty-five hundi ini- ;
Jars); a fortune for some live enterprising man ;
Cotton Mills: 13o<» spine les—Cobb county, Ga.. ■- >
miles from Roswell; 5o acres of land: both steam •
water power, 5o horse engine complete, and 5 : , i
power turbine wheel; frame factory building sox I ' ( ’ n |
stone foundation, picker-room 30x40; store all conm'.' |
shelving, etc., 24x40, where first-class business be
done: thickly populated neighborhood; cotton hi.iiA, ;
20x30: 16 operative houses, 2 rooms each, dajn I's t
high ; head of water 24 feet. Mill filled with cot ion v
chinery, some of it very valuable and in running <
The engine, shafting and pulleys worth more than .
asked for the entire property. Title- .
feet. No better location anywhere for furniture iac
tory. Timber in abundance, only 3 miles from Cha ;a- I
hoochee river. Full investigation will convince any i
one that this is an opportunitv seldom offered.
FRIERSON & SCOTT’,
Real Estate. 1
HAVING stopped manufacturing on account, of the |
scarcity of suitable timber, I offer for sale, at, a >
low price, machinery all complete, for the manufactur
of bent wagon fellows, top bars, etc., of all description' . ,
This would-be grand opportunity for some party in th
timber regions of Georgia, or Tennessee. For full par
ticulars, address, HERMAN E. BUCK.
Canister, Steuben Co., N. Y
or FRIERSON & SCOTT, Atlanta.
170 R EXCHANGE —Nice Six Room Residence, wi-1
’ located on good street and neighborhood. Wille? i
change for SISOO Farm. First come, first served.
ORANGES! A BARGAIN.—II 3 acres of first cla<>
Orange Lane, six miles west of Wildwood—tin i
junction of F. ... & N. R. R., and right on survey df ihe
W. W. L. L. & W. R. K. which will be completed b\
January, 1886. Good box house, three rooms; one >f
the best wells of water in the State; 50 Orange tree
three years old. 500 two years old. Will exchange so
store, or other business or city property. $2,000-
GROCER, or sharp business man, seeking location,
here is your chance :
STORE, ON PEACHTREE ROAD, 15x36, with L for
sleeping room and office; 2 1 2 -acre wagon yard. .
stalls; two springs, public wells, etc; two-room cabin
the wagon yard. Store all fitted up—counters, shelvii ,
scales, etc, —ready for business Adjoining same is fi
acres, and a new 7-room cottage, all modern improv,
merits—stable, carriage house and all needed out
ings; two wells, shade trees, etc.: two acres of fir ■
bottomland; only four miles from car shed: irnmens- i
wagon trade passes the door: telephone connection wit!.<
nl ty *
l /. !< F'lß $-’(10 CASH, and -5'25 per month, o
|HKHLjdendid lot 50x140. Nice 3 t i:. cottage No. 7.
IS THIS? e ill sell you vacant lot and have
houses built on them in size and plan to suit
sell you h .>e and lot at actual value and on
ih’-JpAdVbA? r ’’ ls - is your chance to get just
cm want, and on terms that you can
n "‘ ! u?
BRjom cottage No 2.59. lot 60x138; only $1,500.
riJ'.l'.T SCHOOI—Ix>t 211X100, second !
Sgmgk'id schoolhouse, same side of street; will build |
suit purchaser and sell on monthly payments.
look at the lot and call at our oflice early ; i
are seldom made.
& A. R. R. or other railroad men who want to j
• save money. We have a large a <‘ r e lot and ,
I ilDuble house, renting for sl6: plenty of room for an '
other house same size, which we will sell for S3O a month
till paid for; price $1,800; this beats any saving bank : '
who is the man? Close in and always rented.
YTTCE CENTRAL HOME on insta’lments. New,
xx modern, well built, nicely furnished 6 room cot- !
tage, modern conveniences, on pretty lot 50x100 feet, ex
cellent water, pleasantly situated, and close in on Cal
houn street. Rare chance to secure a real desirable
home, in a good neighborhood, on good street; at cash
value by paying 8 per cent, interest for installment
terms. Small cash payment, and balance monthly.
J? AST BAKER. STREET— North side, near corner of
J Ivy; beautiful vacant lot 50x200; will build house to
suit purchaser on easy terms. Call early. First come !
\TACANT Lots on installments. Nice houses for me
chanics, railroad men, and all who want cheap :
ami desirable suburban Homes. Call and see us and
select lots to suit you, and have houses of your own.
DAIRY, Fruit and Vegetable Farms near Atlanta, for
sale cheap, and on easy terms.
SEVERAL Good Farms to exchange for City Property.
Call for particulars.
SEVERAL Fine Farms in North Georgia, suitable for
stock, grass, clover, fruits, etc., for sale cheap. Call
an<l get full descriptions.
Bring along the above list of bargains and de
scriptions and we will carry out our advertise
ment, though the prices in some cases are aston
Frierson & Scott,
No. 1 South Pryor Street, Corner Decatur
tor Sale by Smith A Dallas, 43 Soutli
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE VACANT LOTS, AND
several nice cottages in West End at low prices.
One superior 8 room house in specially desirable resi
dence neighborhood ; near the center of the city; at a
One very nice 6 room cottage; nicely shaded : very
desirable locality, at a-bargain.
Five cheap houses and lots which will pay at least 16
per cent, on purchase money.
One 4 room house; close in ; very cheap.
J. A R.
Will supply youjrith
everyday. Leave your orders with them, 133
Whitehall. Telephone 456.
Note What 1 Say.
I say I am giving the best prices on lumber,
sash, doors, blinds and building material of all
kinds that can be obtained anywhere. Come in
and get the proof. W. S. Bell,
Made fresh every day at
NUNNALLY & RAWSON’S.
Protect your eyes by using only the
best spectacles and eye-glasses, to be
found at Delkin & Kuhrt’s,
69 l S Whitehall st.,
Vernoy, railroad ticket scalper, 28 Wall.
Harry Lynan, Ticket Broker,
Sells railroad and steamship tickets, low rates.
THK POPULAR CHEAP
MIHKY TO LOAN.
MONEY can be borrowed on Atlanta real estate u
sums of S3OO and upuard on five years time, by ap
plying to C. F. N. Varker, 31 b, Peachtree.
E’H <5 VrWN
rpHE INTELMEuiA I E AND PRIMARY SCHOOL of
1 Mrs. E. J. La Hatte, 30 Garnett street, will begin on
next. Tuesday, the Ist day qf September. Little boys
and girls carefully prepared for the High school. A
liberal patronage is earnestly solicited.
11 T ASH I NCTON SEMINARY -16 East C.iin. Home
' 5 and day school for young ladies and little chil
dren. Fall term begins Sept. 2.
Mas. Baylo* Stewart, Principal.
AUREL WREATH SEMIN A R Y—BO ARD ING AND
J Day School will open at 233 Whitehall street, Sep
tember 2, 1885.
Miss BUNNIE LOVEPrincipal.
Miss KATIE B. MASSEYAssociate Principal.
Miss ANNE L. LOVEMusic and Art.
Mrs. NORA L. HUSSEY German.
Terms liberal, instruction thorough.
Drawing, vocal music, calisthenics, German and elo
cution in classes without extra charge.
Until September 1, Miss Massey, formerly a teacher in
the Atlanta Girls’ High School, will answer all inqui
ries and register pupils at the residence of Dr. Wm.
Abram Love, 217 Whitehal street.
HEADQUARTERS for Electric Atmospheric Fruit
Jars, Ladies like them after testing them. Pre
serve Jars, Stone, Preserving Kettles, Agate, Iron and
Enameled; China Sets, Oval Churns, low down at Rip
ley’s, 89 Whitehall, 96 Brqad street.
V (’CORDING to the Constitution and the records of
the Telegram, there is no other place in the capital
ore attractive to the ladies than the Art. Needle Work
Store, corner Peachtree and Walton street. By the In
dex we judge it will be the pride of the Sunny South.
flowers and floral designs go to Mrs. A. Lambert,
Jr south side of Oakland cemetery, at terminus of
Fair street car line. « Telephone No. 4.
MRS. DANZIGER has returned from Now York with a
new and elegant assortment of th6 finest and best
fitting Corsets, and some novelties for ladies. Ladies
filled by Mrs. Danziger, at the corset parlor, 71‘-i Peach
; reel. r« >om 10.
4 ! (TION SALES promptly attended to on liberal
terms by H. Wolfe. 6 West Mitchell street.
E EECTHO-M AGNET ■ C 11E A EIN G.
MNE. BALFOUR, tho noted Electro Magnetic healer,
has opened an office at her private residence. No.
i 46 Houston street. She is prepared to treat an'y linger-
I ing and chronic diseases of every description. Female
! complaints a specialty. She brings with her some very
i strong testimonials of her skill. Call and see her. Gentle
' hii will be treated at the office,llß Decatur street,where
• 1 . ther treats all kinds diseases known to mankind.
V ' 3ALF °U R & RRO -
AU HITE SEWING MACHINES in splendid order, and
i t V second-hand machines of other makes, very cheap,
I a' 57 .8. Broad street.
1- . SALE—A few exchanges and old papers for
• rappers, or just the thing to put under carpets, at
■ -lb ■ nts a hundred, at Evening Capitol office, 48 South
i ' S ALE—BO acres land, four miles from car shed,
i' x McDonough road. I'lenty of water, ami fish pond.
Idress or apply to C. K. Buzbee, 102 Peachtree St.
I >i; \ Y W IGONS. FARM WAG()NS, AND
\ Oue-Horse Wagons. 1 have in stock a number of
: ii awl"'/ and 2 inch Iron-axle. 2%, 2% hollow-axle,
1; ■'.ii- ity dray, low wheels; wagons suitable for heavy
* dr.ivii... of any kind. I guarantee them first-class, and
u ' anynn the market, and they will be sold cheap.
• V i . .’.pence, 81 and 83 Decatur street.
I I NEsTIOT <»F HA N D- _ M ADE 11A R NESS AND
' \ IDLES ever seen in Georgia, for the price, at
an, SO Whitdr'ill.
s . ■. nxu.x si:ts, winri-: and kei>.
•, unds fresh turnip speed.
?iOO o s-hels Georgia seed rye.
i . io!<hels Georgia seed barley
i 1 »■' bu-hels red rustproof oats.
NBect-d specially for our trade, at 27 Marietta street.
Gjiss see<L_ Mark W. Johnson A Co.
- YLE—A CHEAP LOT OF SECONDJIAND
1 i Beds, Comforts, and Mattresses. Also, second
bi-yl St«. ps. Stoves repaired e eap. No. 93 Br eid st
E '« R RENT—Part of a store, in one of the best retail
F locations in the city, suitable for any kind of bu
•i ■ All who have been occupying same, were sue
i c<-.-iul Address Q. Tomkerson. Atlanta. Ga.
I 'OR RENT—Dwelling house, seven rooms. Rawson
i V -rr. Pt convenient to churches, street cars and Crew
-i•• ■ ’t'sciiool. Best water in city, stable, good garden.
! . Rem cheap to good tenant. Apply 89 Whitehall
WANTS B—Agent* <
’ ' !’ED—An Agent in every town to sell Biiggs A
■ *v Co.’s Stamping Designs. We guarantee success.
I All u -ods are returnable and money refunded if you do
I oot sue< eed. Send stamp for particulars. Art Needle
I- Sto , corner Peachtree and Walton.
GlioUfin & Krouse, Real Estate
Agents, No. 2 Kimball House,
j lANEW 7 ROOM RESIDENCE, LOT 200x180,
Hill and Anderson streets. Large
, ■ subdiyideintofiveJdts,
I RACRE FOR S 5 ACRES FLORIDA LAND
’ OOvnear Oriole. Hernando eounty. Will exchange
1 foifTarm tear Atlanta.
mFOR 320 ACRE F.YRMj 6 ROOM HOUSE
H "and outbuildings. 500 orange trees, besides
1 . ! b-" frii't and grades. Suwanee co., Fla.
; .. n-NICE LOT; 100x250, ON STREET CAR
, ■/line, west.
.j u v ,RX ER LOT Un STREET - (■ AR LINE
1 > Vest End, 50x200.
00 , ic vacant lot, Whitehall street.
81000 utiful shaded lot, Richardson near Smith
: 6 room cottage, Smith near Richardson street,
rge lot. good neighbors, part cash, balance time
i S3H'.i ; iot 160x150, Forest avenue.
; ; n <\rvWlLL BUY ONE OF THE BEST STOCK
I 7)lOvV(/and dairy farms of 660 acres in north
Georgia. ■ :
i | QAA— CHOICE CORNER LOT, WASHINGTON
c! I O* ’’ /street, well worth $2500.
/\_7ing for S4O per month to good tenants.
ii* / YTWO NE wTri )(>M HOUSES. RENT
O1 Ox '’ y for S2O per month.
835 S4O and SSO lets—One-third cash, balance monthly
$ 450 for 3 lots, one a corner, Highland avenue.
I slieo nice 5 room cottage, pantry, &c. One-half cash,
balance long time. Rents for sl2 50 par month
■ Wa■: ance money on city real estate in sums of S2OO
I to SI,OOO. three to six months.
We have a large and attractive rent list of three to ten
' roo'H collages; stores on Alabama, Whitehall, Broad
F<vr Kent by E. M. Roberts & Co., 10
S. Broad Street.
■ 8 Room House, Ivy street, - - s2l 00
■ S “ Ivy street, - - 25 00
“ Williams street, - - 15 00
u 37 Powers ssreet - - 15 00
G t( Spring street, - - 18 00
5 “ 279 Luckv street - - 12 50
5 “ E. Ellis street, - - 18 00
1 “ Cooper street, - - 10 00
4 “ Lucky street, - 12 00
Chappel street, - - 10 00
' I • Decatur street, - - 10 00
3 •• 93 Plum street, - -7 00
3 ■ ‘* 158 Foster st,, - - 800
I OST— V Gold Cuff Button, marked: “D. V. G.”
j Leave at Cxpitol office and receive reward.
W - NTKD
AIT ANTED TO RENT—A small furnished Cottage at
1V low rent. Will pay money in advance. Ad-
; Ire<T Hal, this office.
AU A NTE DTO RE NT—Two communicating furnished
v 5 rooms. Will pay sl2 per month. Address Hal,
j this pffice.
A V ANTED —Everybody to know that G. O- Williams
V\ •& Bro. are selling Coal Creek coal, rough and
I dreJsed -lumber, laths, and everything in the builders
| line, at bottom prices. 234 Marietta street. Telephone
328. Give them a call.
SECOND-HAND furniture and carpets in any quantity
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WNSIGNMENTS solicited and money advanced on
J Wurniture. etc., at 6 West Mitchell street.
C^Wl'R ACTORS TAKE NOTICE.—The Daisy Lime
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Os the Hartford Fire Insurance Company,.
Furnished the Governor of the State of Georgia «s required by the Act o( the General \j embly, approved Octo
NAME AND LOCALITY.
Name ut the Company: The HAKTI'ORI) FIRE INSI’ItANCE CO.
lawality—stieet. Trumbull, No. 53, City oi Hartford, County of Hartford, State of Connecticut.
C( )N l)ITION< OXJINK3 ° 18< ’
1. Amount of the Capita! Stock . . ' ’ *51.250,000 00
2. Amount paid up in cash $1,250,000 00
3. Amount in Notes to the Stockholders None.
1. Real Estate held bv the Company, (Where located, stare fully). In Hartford, Conn., and Chicago,
111 . . . Actual cash values 639,675 60
2. Cash on hand and deposited in Banks to the Credit of the Company M 3,712 65
3. (’ash In the hands of Agents, and in course of transmission 273,67 7 06
4. Loans secured by Bond and Mortgage on Real Estate, (Where located, state fully; 1,013,288 89
Chicago valued at $2,550,000.
5. Other loans. Secured thus: (Explain fully). Loans on Collateral Security ‘210.C25 o<)
Market value $263,225.
Amount carried forward
Amount brought forward 20
6. Stocks and Bonds. (Par value $1,583,200 00. Market value. . $1,889,846 75
Par Value. Market Value.
Hartford National Bank, Hartfordssl,loo 00 $84,315 00
Phoenix National Bank. Hartford 46,700 00 63,979 00
Connecticut River Bank. Hartford 5.000 00 4.500 00
American National Bank, Hartford 15,000 00 19.500 00
•Charter Oak National Bank. Hartford 20.000 00 27,000 0O
Farmers’ and Mechanics’ National Bank. Hartford 18.200 00 18.200 00
Mercantile National Bank. Hartford 15.000 00 15,000 00
First. National Bank, Hartford 17.200 00 17,544 00
Etna National Bank. Hartford 31.500 00 35.280 00
City National Bank, Hartford 20,800 00 13.936 CO
Conn. Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Hartford 23,000 00 29.900 00
American Exchange National Bank, New York 20,000 00 23.800 00
National Bank of Commerce. New York 10,000 00 14.900 00
Importers’ and Traders' National Bank. New York .‘IO.OOO 00 76,500 00
Bank of America. New York 30.000 00 48,600 00
Manhattan Company Bank, New York 10.000 00 14,500 00
Merchants’ National Bank. New York 16,700 00 21.710 00
Union National Bank. New York 8.000 00 12,000 00
Bank of North America. New York 7.000 00 7,000 00
Metropolitan National Bank, New York 22.500 00 2,250 00
Blackstone National Bank. Boston 10.600 00 11.395 00
National Bank of Commerce, Boston . . 3,200 00 3,712 00
Second National Bank, Boston 10.900 00 16,56 •“
Hide and Leather Natio ml Bank. Boston 2.400 00 2,70 :
Atlantic National-Bank, Boston 3,900 00 5,73.
First National Bank, Boston 10.oof 00 20.22-
Boylston National Bank. Boston 12.500 00 15,250 oo
Merchants’ Bank (in liquidation) St. Louis 10,000 00 1,00
First National Bank, Albany 5,060 00 8,500 00
Montreal Bank, Montreal 30.000 00 57,525 00
Ontario Bank, Bowmansv.'lle 6.500 00 6,841 25
Connecticut River Company 12.000 00 3,000 00
Connecticut River Railroad Company 2,000 00 3.320 00
New York, New Haven A Hartford Railroad Company 70.000 oO 129.500 00
Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Railroad Company 20,000 00 23,400 00
Chicago A Northwestern Railroad Company, preferred 20,000 oo 25,600 oo
Chicago A Northwestern Railroad Company 50.000 oo 46,500 oo
Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Railroad Company 66,00® oo 83,499 oo
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company 40,000 <•<• 28,800 oo
Union Pacific Railroad Company 20.000 oo 10,700 oo
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul RailrdadJJompany, preferred 30.000 oo 32.4(H) oo
United States, per cent. 205,000 oo 230,625 oo
Tennessee Stated 6 per cent 33,000 oo 13,860 oo
Alabama State, Class A. 8 per cent 10.000 oo 9,200 oo
South Carolina Consols, 6 per cent 14.500 oo 15.732 5o
Toledo, Ohio. Water Works, 8 per cent 5,000 oo 6.250 oo
Harlem River A Port Chester R. R. Co., (guaranteed by N. Y., N. H. A
Hartford R. R. Co.) 7 per cent 50,000 oo 65,000 oo
New Brunswick. N. J.. City Bonds, 7 per cent 45,000 oo 49,500 oo
Pawtucket, R. L. Town Bonds, 7 per cent 75,000 oo 90,000 oo
Dubuque, lowa. City Bonds. 6 per cent 25,000 oo 28,000 oo
Des Moines. lowa, Ctiy Bonds, 7 per cent 50,000 oo 57,500 oo
Chicago A Western Indiana R. R. Co. Bonds, 6 per cent 75,00<> oo 84,000 oo
Minneapolis Union Railway Bonds, 6 per cent 50,000 oo 55,000 op
Minnesota State Bonds. per cent 3,000 oo ?T,ooo oo
Cleveland. Col., Cin. A Ind. Railway Bonds, 7 per cent 8,000 oo 9,600 oo
Nashville A Decatur 1-: Mortgage Bonds, 7 per cent 50.000 on Go.ooo oo .
■ti•R. R. Bonds, 7 percent 32,000 oo 36,p00 on
$1,583,200 00 $1,899,846 75
nd rents actuallyjtiue and uncollected $28,127 7G
8. PreinT Ji notes on hand upon which policies have been issued None.
TotaWssets 4,388,953 71
1. Losses due and yet unpaid
2. Claims for losses resisted by th- (’•mipmy / $250,280 88
3. Losses not yet due, including those reported to Company, on which no action has yet been taken,'
4. Dividends declared, and dm-, and remaining unpaid )
5. Dividends declared, but not yet due I.
6. Money. ! None
7. All other claims against the Company J
8. Re-insurance $1,71
9. Surplus beyond capital, as regards policy holderssl,l6B,9sa 16
Total liabilities $1,96 ►
IV—INCOME. (Duringtlie proceeding six months.)
1. Cash premiums received . $1,130,473 97
2. Notes received for premiums None
3. Interest money received, Interest, Dividends and Rents 100,407 79
Total income $1,230,881 76
V—EXPENDITURES. (During the proceeding six months.)
1. Losses paid 761,819 75
2. Dividends paid 12:>,00U 09
3. Expenses paid, including fees and oemmissions to agents and officers of the company
4. Taxes paid f $380,752 83
5. AU other payments and expenditures '
Total expendituressl,267,s72 58
Greatest amount insured in any one risk. Except in special cases $20,000 00
GEO. L. CHAN. President.
C. B. WHITING, Secretary.
STATE OF GEORGIA—CorxTY of Fulton.
Personally appeared before me the undersigned, John A. Perdue, of Perdue A Eggleston, who, being duly swon,
says they are "agents of The Hartford Fire Insurance Company, residin' l in said State, and that the foregoing state
ment is true and correct to the best of his knowledge, information and belief. JNO. A. PERDUE.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. this 29th day of August, 1885. R. A. HANCOCK,
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