FRENCH AND STICK
G. E. JOHNSON,
Telephone 285. 24 E. Alabama Street.
EMERY'S FISH MARKET. Nos. 5,7 and 9 West Wall
Btreet, National Hotel Building, Wholesale and Retail.
E. F. DONEHOO,
Telephone 2GG> SE. Alabama.
For a fine glass of beer
Go to the Atlanta, 32 Marietta.
Use Roughton’s Specific for Dtarhoea.
N. McKinley, sign painter, 53 Peachtree.
Peavy A Bro., 117 Wheat, fine meats. Tele
Marble and Granite. Best stock in Atlanta.
Robbins, Bro. & Goza.
But very few people of Jackson Hill had the
courage to face the rain yesterday and attend
Don’t fail to buy your teas and coffees of C.
W. Fox, 25 Peachtree.
The Fall term of Washington Seminary be
gins September 2d. Address 16 E. Cain.
One more week and the thousands of school
children in Atlanta will bid adieu to holiday
pleasures and buckle down to hard study until
the Christmas vacation of one week.
Picture frames and baby carriages retailed at
wholesale prices at the Variety Store, 73 White
The largest variety and cheapest goods at the
Variety Store, 73 Whitehall.
• The heavy rain yesterday kept most of the
Jackson Hillians at home, and the Hill was de
void of life, outside, except now and then a sol
itary street car, creeping up Jackson street
toward the Boulevard.
Thousands of baskets and toys just received
at the Variety Store, 73 Whitehall.
Yesterday was a hard day on the street car
drivers. The poor fellows having to face the
wind and rain from early morning till late at
night, were pretty thoroughls drenched ere their
day’s ''.(ork was done.
A rainy Sabbath is dreaded by the car cc...-
panv more than any other class of people. The
usual crowd to Ponce de Leon being absent
passengers on the Peachtree and M heat street
lines are very scarce indeed.
Ladies, the Great Southern Variety Store is
the place to get your presents.
If some of our city fathers could have been
out on Jackson Hill yesterday afternoon, they
would have seen the unusual spectacle of pedes
trians taking to the middle of the street to es
cape the mud. The streetcar track being paved
was much better walking than the sidewalks cut
up by washouts and overflowing with mud.
The best scalpers—“ Red men.”
Brotherhood of L. E. met yesterday.
Conductors’ Association meets every Sunday.
Kennesaw Lodge B. of L. F., met yesterday.
A lime kiln club was organized Saturday
Schiller Lodge I. 0. 0. F. will meet-to-night
at Odd Fellows’ hall.
Nevee let your better half join the lodge. If
you do you’re a goner.
There are lodges and secret societies of most
anv kind in the city of Atlanta,
Wonder if there are anv colored templars in
town? How about this “’Bro. T?”
Wednesday will be a big day for the Masons.
The corner stone will be laid by them.
There are three tribes of Red Men in the city,
—the Commauche, Cherokee and Mohawk.
The Cold Water fraternity met Sunday even
ing, notwithstanding the inclemency of the
The “hatchet” tl’at has been so long buried,
will soon be unearthed. “Pale faces” had bet
ter take warning.
Georgia Lodge I. 0. G. T. will meet to-night.
The meetings of this lodge are always well at
tended and interesting.
Nearly all of the engineers running into At
lanta belong to the Brotherhood. The same
may be said of the firemen.
Wheat street assembly will meet to-morrow
night. They always have a large attendance
and a good meeting, generally.
Do you belong to anv order? If not, join some
of them. It will do you good. They pillow the
goat now, and be don’t “butt” quite so hard.
Cu-uer De Lion Commandery Knights Tem
plar, will meet to-night. Knights should take
notice of this, as they Only meet once a month.
Diamond Council Knights of Temperance
will give another sociable to-morrow night at
the residence of Mrs. Rrown, 34 Smith street:
f. Colored assemby, K. of L., will meet to-mor
row night on Marietta street. This is a young
lodge, but is in a very good working order
There officers were elected last meeting.
The K. of L. opens at 8 o’clock and close pre
ciselv at 10. It is unconstitutional to hold later
than"that hour. May be that the Knight who
introduced that law knows what the consequen
ces are if you say out later than that hour.
The “old mother” of all the assemblies of the
K. of L., will meet to-night. Out of this grand
old assemblv have sprung six others, in the
city, besides several others throughout the
State. The number of this assembly is 2,514,
and the hall 49% S. Broad street.
A lime-kiln club was duly organized Satur
day night and christened Atlanta Haberdasher
Lime-Kiln Club. The following are the officers
elected for the term of six months:
Comeandseeme Haberdasher, President,
Giveaway Rockandrye, Vice-President,
Sendmeont Rockpile, Treasurer,
Putmein Councilman, Secretary,
Sanctified Solidshot, Chaplain,
Roustabout Bouncemall. Master of Arms.
Bro. Haberdasher was then conducted to the
chair. He said dat dis club had jined togedder
for de purpose ob protecting dere rights and ad
vancing de nrices of whitewashing in de tuture.
As it was rather late, Sanctified Solidshot in
voked the divine blessing, as he had a pintment
to preach ten miles in de country on de follow
ing day. The meeting was then closed, to meet
again on Saturday night next
The Hebrew HeW Year.
The Hebrew New Year, 5646, will begin on the
• . evening of the “tlr of September, and wil’ be ap
propriately observed at the synagogue. The
Feast of Atonement commences on the evening
of the 19th of September and will close on the
evening of the 2tlth.
the EVENING CAPITOL; MONDAY. AUGUST 31, 188 A
DIVINE SERVICES AT SOME OF
THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY.
The pulpit of this church was occupied by the
pastor, Dr. Kendall, Sunday morning, and he
was greeted by a fair congregation, notwith
standing the rain.
To those attending to the reading of the
Scripture lessons and the singing of the hymns,
the subject was sufficiently announced. He
took as his text Matt, xii; 6, 7—“ Are not five
sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of
them is forgotten before God? But even the
very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear
not, therefore; ye are of more value than many
Some Sundays ago the doctor remarked that
he kept no supply of sermons on hand, but that
he always tried to preach a sermon that the
times called. This one, he said, was suggested
by the number of suicides at this time, and
especially that of a young lady who had despaired
of any help or sympathy from God.
The doctor’s first proposition was, If there be
a God who created all things, He must rule and
direct what he has created. The Scriptures
teach that the power that created, still upholds
and controls. “He upholdeth all things by the
word of His power,”
But his oversight is not only the great affairs
of the universe, but extends to the smallest
matter that concerns man or any of His crea
tures —which is proved by the text and other
Scriptures, such as “The lot is cast into the
lap, but the disposal thereof is of the Lord ;”
“The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to
the strong ;” and, “In Him we live and move
and have our being.” Therefore, “All things
work together for good to them that love God.”
What we call accidents are overruled to the
good of God’s servants, often where evil was in
tended. This is illustrated by the story of
Joseph, of Esther and Mordecai and Jacob and
Every one is responsible to God for his acts,
and will be judged according to the principles
of Justice .and mercy. All should, therefore,
do their duty, and trust in One who “careth for
us,” and who rules over all things.
At this church yesterday there were the usual
services, and a good attendance in the morning,
notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather.
In the morning the pulpit was occupied by
Rev. J. T. Lowe, the pastor, who announced as
his text the 11th verse of the 21st chapter of St.
John, upon which he delivered quite an interest
ing as well as eloquent discourse.
At the night service Rev. Mr. Davis filled the
pastor’s place, making a brief and very enter
taining talk, with some touching illustrations,
to the young people of his congregation. He
was paid marked attention and every one went
away deeply affected by what they had heard.
The children of the Sunday school sing well.
The pastor’s vacation seems to have been very
beneficial to him.
The young men’s prayer meeting every Tues
day night is well attended.
The prayer meeting, which is held every
Wednesday night, is well attended both by the
old ond young people.
The bible class, taught by Rev. Mr. Lowe, is
anew feature in the Sunday school, but is grow
ing popular with the young men.
The superintendent of the Sunday school, Mr.
W. T. Aiken, takes great interest in his work,
and he is greatly loved by all the children.
Payne’s C hapel.
The services at the above AgiS
t'erday morning <
day being set apart by the
re-union and re-consecration service, Bte regu
lar sermon was dispensed with. The pastor,
the Rev. Mr. Bowden, occupied a seat in the
chancel, and these interesting services were
opened by Mr. Lamar Collier, a gentleman well
versed in Scripture. After reading a passage
in the Bible suitable for the services of the
day, and commenting upon it in a very impres
sive manner, Mr. Collier then stated to the con
gregation that the meeting was open to the
members of the church for them to speak. A
large number arose and testified to the goodness
of the Lord to them, and resolved that they in
tended to lead a new life, and do more for the
Master in the future. Several members of other
churches were present, and joined in the ser
vice. After singing that beautiful hymn,
“Nearer My God to Thee,” the benediction was
pronounced by the pastor, and the services were
brought to a close. The meeting was the most
interesting one that has been held in this little
church for a length of time, and the 30th day'
of August, 1885, will long be remembered by
those whose good fortune it was to be present.
Notwithstandirg the inclemency of the
weather there were present at this church a
The superintendent of the Sunday school,
Dr. A. J. Bell, is the right man in the right
place. His pleasant manner and gentlemanly
conduct make him very popular with all the
The prayer meeting that is held every
Wednesday evening is well attended. The ser
vices only last one hour and they are very in
The steward of Payne’s chapel take a deep
interest in all matters pertaining to the welfare
of the church.
The members of this church are very fortu
nate in having for their pastor Rev. Mr.. Bow
den. He is a good speaker, attentive to his
congregation, and makes a stranger feel at
home in his church.
Third Baptist Church.
Mr. A. C. -Briscoe, secretary of the raitroad
commission, preached a fine sermon at the
Third Baptist church yesterday morning at the
11 o’clock service. He explained the fifth chap
ter of Kings in a lucid and able manner and
with genuine fervor. His lecture made an ex
cellent impression and was greatly appreciated.
The Church of the Immaculate Con
Rev. Father McCarthy said the late mass,
and after the first gospel, he preached -en the
subject of temptation. Temptation and sin, he
said, are as far removed from each other a« arc
heaven and hell. Temptation never meant sin.
Jesus himself was tempted. St. Paul confesses
to the world that he was tempted of the flesh.
Christ’s temptation did not meansin, and the
great St. Paul did not yield to the concerpiscence
to which he was tempted. Nevertheless, we must
not seek temptation: on the contrary, we are
bound to fly the occasion of sin. He who loves
the danger shall perish therein. Bad company
is sinful'of itself because it is dangerous: and
we have no right of ourselves to subject our
selves to temptation. It will be sufficient for
us to overcome the temptations sent by God,
without wasting our strength in combating
those of our own seeking.
A full size Splasher, pure linen, all ready
stamped, only 25 cents, at the Art Needlework
Store, corner Peachtree and Walton.
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 you of this tact.
Echols & Richards,
The Time To Build.
Now is exactly the time to build: lumber is
cheap, sash, doors and blinds are •heap, and
the cautious man will take advantage of the
low prices on building
and s* v i <-ally now cheap he (jUaKj
HE IS HAPPY!
A Capitol reporter dropped in on Mr.
A. C. Wyly, this morning, and found
An Atlanta lady, who is celebrated
THE BEST TABLES,
To tempt the appetite of those who are
accustomed to use the best of every
thing, had sent him samples of the
MOST BEAUTIFUL BREAD I
And Cakes that mortal,eye ever saw,
accompanied by the following note:
Atlanta, Aug. 26, 1885.
“ A. C. Wyly,
“Thinking You might appreciate an
Unsolicited Testimonial of x
.of the \ ;
Diamond Patent Flouf
I send you “ confirmatidn strong ”
the shape of
BREAD AND CAKE MADE OF IT.
I have tried numerous Brands of Floi^. - , I
and consider the
Best Flour Sold in Atlanta
Chan Foo & Tan Cheong | >
211-0 Marietta street, Down
Have received a lot of new things from China—Fans,
Canes, Tea Sets, Handkerchiefs, Collar Boxes, Ornamen
tal Shades for the parlor, and a large variety of cither
fancy goods. >
Will Sall Them Cheap!
Genuine Pure Teas from China.
Genuine Heno Tea, in curious Chinese boxes. SI.OO
All work done promptly in first-class manner.
NEW CHINESE LAUNDRY.”
7 N. FORSYTH.
All work done cheap, prompt, and well. Prices: —
Shirts 10c. each; Cuffs sc. a pair. Everything in
TAYLOR. WYLIE & BLYIJE. '
New Diderta&i EstaDlisliment,
26 west Alabama
"TV/’E JTAVfIE in stock and to arrive everything per-
Tv taining to the undertaking business fromi the
cheapest coffin to the most expensive casket. i
Full line of Ladies’, Gents and Children’s •
Embalming Bodies a Specialty. I
• FRANK X. BLYUE, Business Maiffc-r.
A FINE LIVERY]
With Carriages and Hearses connected with the Estab
lishment. ZACH. TAYLOR, Manager.
v 'VwA AOh \ ' Jr '
KMi \wa ' I
If you want to get well quick, without taking any
medicine internally, or suffering any pain or any dis
comfiture, you take a bottle of Dr Wilson’s Specific*
The Leading Shoemaker anil Repairer of the City
The BEST OF WORK executed and special pair.B
taken with EEPAIR WORK. L
18 1-2 Marietta Street, 1
Unde*- Cnnnon House.
THAT WORST OF DISEASES, ,
The Kidney Complaint, can be cufed
by the use of Pratt’s Aromatic Gin.
This remedy cures all those troubles,
such as lame back and other thingsjar
rising from disordered kidneys, ay l is
sold atall leading b ars.and .T. G >ly.
63 Alabama, is the wholesale ages l
i| .Y Z- 1 kin.is .5 1 's
1 r ” * 11 ’ 1-•
I ’ (AS IT IS TERMED. (
ALL A MISTAKE.
IS STILL SELLING
32 Loaves, 11 Oz.
For ONE DOLLAR,
-Which is a Discount of on 16 Oz. for 5
Cents of 10 per cent.
Your Money and Time by Buying
All a mistake about 10 oz. of Bread being sold
: for 5 cents by any delivery wagon. As much
so as Whann &, Co. being New Orleans Bakers,
such a thing never was. Now, I want and need
all the patronage I can get, but ! do not intend
to misrepresent and try to lead the public from
the facts, as some of my competitors. Now, all
the delivery wagons have been selling for more
I than a year from 10% to 12 ozs. of Bread for 3%
cents a Loaf to the Trade, and ever since the
I firm of Whann & Co. has been in existence the
Bread has been generally sold at 3% cents—-32
Loaves for One Dollar.
24 lbs for One Do/
JRCK IS TRUMP, and ‘
count for the Game. f .» ’
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We are Determined to Close Out our
Spring and Summer Suits.
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 & Co.,
' 41 Whitehall.
PICTURE - MS
MADE TO ORDER.
We are prepared to make Frames of every description I
at prices unequaled in Atlanta.
Be sure to see us before placing orders.
E. A. HORNE & CO.,
No. 19 Kimball House, Decatur Street.
SOlfflffl HfflL I®,
NEXT REGULAR SESSION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 6TH,18?5. FACILITIES FOR MEDICAL IN S’. ,C I IOM
' ARE UNSURPASSED. THE
IVY STREET HOSPITAL.
In connection wi:ii the College, furnishes an abundance of chemical material for illustrating all Diseases.
Fol< atalogue. terms, etc., address Dean’s Office,
' DR. WM. PERRIN NICOLSON, Dean, .
P. O. Box, 234. CONSTITUTION BUILDING.
WILSON & STIFF,
| 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.
/ar- BEST DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
« Will ® Remove ® Across ® the * Street ® to® 34 ® Peachtree, ® September ® 1 st.
I NEEB A THE NICEST YOC AKE RIGHT,
SERVED IN THE CITY. L WH
also, the finest
rar J TMtofc Wines, ftwtot
/.Yi'lSMfcY ALSO, AGENT FOR -J T
fW/OB' PILSENER PALE BEER, nt/f
Drawn Ice Cool, in Stone Mugs. wOf/ •
‘J,BANK SAMPLE ROOM, bans sample soon.
cf s. schuesslerT
Hardware Cutlery and Housefurnishing Goods.
■e 1 MANUFACTURER OF
ML? REE GUARDS, OFFICE RAILINGS,
HBences, and Wire Goods of all Descriptions.
PRICES TO THE TRADE.
I; v .<miree street, - --Atlanta. Ga.
'w ' * X *—
■ ■ - z ) Only House in Atlanta
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
Furniture and Carpels Topiter I
ANDREW J. MILLER,
Big 44 Peachtree Street., ATLANTA, GA.
W. H. PATTERSON,
NO. 24 PRYOR STREET,
Atlanta - - Ga.
B Established 1860.
Upholstering in all its Branches.
Bedding Awnings, Tents and Mosquito
Nets. First-Class Work a Specialty
Terms Cash. Ido not buyer sell on credit.
No. 12 EAST HUNTER STREET.
Machine Tools, V
Mining Machiner 1
7 N. PRYOR STREET.
Railroad Shop Tools a Specialty.
A Nies Little Fam of Forty Acres.
•To be rnfiled for as soon as made up. Ticket put !• w
so 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.
CENTRAL PROPERTY FOR SALE
No, 3 2 Garnett Street.
On a very pretty and valuable lot, 60x90x115 feet; in a
few steps of the Synagogue, and finely situated for a
home. Excellent water, good neighborhood, good out
houses, near the center of the city, and convenient to
churches, schools, street cars and ail the business por
tion of the city. Will increase rapidly in value. Price,
$3,800 —$1,50i’ cash, balance $25 p< r month, 8 per cent,
interest. FRIERSON & SCOTT.
No. 1 8. I’ryor St.
My books are still oyien for collecting city tax, and the
time expfres on the 20th 6f September. Don’t wait for
the last few days and all come at once. All that are on
the defaulters' list fur this year, either for property or
will take notice that they will have to make
before thev can pav without cost.
. D. A. COOK,
City Tax Re viver and Collector.
A. P. TRIPOD
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC.
13 Broad Street.
F. S. DEMMON, .
Satisfaction guaranteed. Repairing promptly and neat
ly done. Peachtree St.
4th. Ward Drucf Store I
A COMPLETE Stock of Select Drugs, Toilet Articles,
etc. Prescriptions compounded day and night-
Our stock of Patent Medicines cannot he excelled. 01
ders from the country will receive p-ompt attention.
DR. J. F. ROUGHTON & CO.,
522 Decatur street.
Try Roufrhton’s Specific for Diarrhma and Dysentery
SohQw <'i ‘
THE NICEST SIGNS
ARE MADE BY
WINTER A SON,
50 Peachtree Stu it.
PAINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. J. FALLON,
Mason and Builder,
Brick and Frame Buildings Erected
Sewers and Drain Pipes Laid.
AU Work Promptly Attended to.
left at 8 East Alabama or 27> 3 White
S. A. COLES,
tS9 M ' n -‘ ET T v STR e ET.
NIGHT AND DAY CALLS PROMPTLY FILLID.