IMERY’S FISH MARKET. Nos. 5,7 and 9 West Wall
Street, National Hotel Building, Wholesale and Retail
_ 11. F. EMERY.
FRENCH AND STICK
G. E. JOHNSON,
Telephone 285. 24 E. Alabama Street.
.E. R DONEHOO,
Telephone 2GG. SE. Alabama.
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For a fine glass of beer
Go to the Atlanta, 32 Marietta.
Use Roughton’s Specific for Dlarhcea.
Peavy & Bro., 117 Wheat, fine meats. Tele
Marble and Granite. Best stock in Atlanta.
Robbins, Bro. & Goza.
Don’t fail to buy your teas and coffees of C.
W. Fox, 25 Peachtree.
The song of the katydid has a mournful echo,
as it were, as the fall weather comes on.
Builder: Go to H. Crankshavv & Co.’s lumber
yard and planing mill, 175 S. Forsyth street.
Never buy a railroad ticket till you go to
Vernoy, No. 28 Wall street, and get his rates.
One by one, the daughters of Jackson (ill are
coming home, and soon the Hill will put on its
Soon the lover of nature can feast his eyes
upon all the glories of the autumnal woods,
from the hill tops surrounding the city.
The Peachtree streetcars should go in mourn
ing now for thirty days, as the games are now
over for that length of time, and quite a crop of
Dat nigger settin up dar looks' ’zactly like a
fly in a milk pan, remarked’an old darkey, as a
carriage full of young ladies dashed up Peach
tree, driven by a fancy black dude.
The darkey who acted Jesse James scheme in
taking possession of the Wheat ttreet car some
weeks since, has his trial to-day. It is to be
hoped that ho will be put where whiskey and
pigtols pre uot ;
What a delight it is for boys to climb up into
a tree and cut his name in the bark. A Capi
tol man cut his name on a tree near Ponce de
Leon, in 2876, when a boy, and it still stands out
clearly legible, after being cut nine years.
Mrs. Tabor, formerly Miss Patch, has re
opened her dressmaking business at her old stand
over Chamberlin, Johnson & Co.’s store, 66JZ
Whitehall. She will be glad to have her friends
call and examine her Fall and Winter styles.
Several of the legislators were neatly taken
in by a frolicsome girl yesterday. They were
introduced to a very handsome young married
lady as Miss . They acted and talked
their prettiest, not for a moment dreaming that
the fair one in whose smiles they were basking
belonged to another. Sad, but true.
Geo. Macaulay, Jr.,of Dalton, leaves the
city to-day, for his home. He has been bidding
geod bye to his old friends in Atlanta, before he
leaves for his final course of lectures at Jeffer
son Medical College, Philadelphia. George has
a host of friends in Atlanta, who wish him
abundant success in the medical world.
The Ring Swindle,
The ring swindling game still exists in the
Gate City. Last night a seedy looking indi
vidual walked up to a gentleman of better ap
pearance; at the same time producing what
seemed to be a very nice ring, and asked the
man of means if he would like to purchase,
stating that he had just found it, and as he was
hard up he would part with it for a mere song,
and sing it himself. The gentleman addressed
seemed to be up to “snuff,” for said be, “How
manv of that kind have you?” “Only one,”
replfed the would be seller. “Why do you
ask?” “Oh,” said the gentleman, “I thought
if you had a dozen I would give yon a nickel
for them.” The swindler left smiling.
If you want a bill of lumber furnished
from the mill with promptness and dis
patch, and cut right, call on us. We
have a car of superior posts just
brought in. Heart Lumber and Shin
gles a specialty, at 158 Whitehall St.
Taurman & Fortson.
And Still They Move.
Who is that ? Carlton & Son, the grocers, to
the new business block corner Walton and For
syth streets, opposite the First Baptist church.
A Gin Fizz,
A Dashed Lemonade,
A Soda Julep,
A Brandy Smash,
Or any of the score of iced drinks that
the twins, Doc and Jimmie, know how
to compound, at 63 Alabama street,
Grady’s Hailroad House.
Before You Build
Get my prices on all kinds of building material,
r umber, sash, doors and blinds. Large stock,
>w prices. Be sure to get them.
| W. S. Bell,
I 25 Ivy street.
■ Eye shades at Delkin & Kuhrt's for
■■ading or working in strong lights,
9 2 Whitehall st.
railroad ticket scalper, 28 Wall.
Sect your eyes by using only the
SSEgJknectacles and eye-glasses, to be
aHSwky Delkin & Kuhrt's,
69'.j Whitehall st.,
d at the hotels has somewhat dimin
>O'yesterday. The arrivals are very
thing presents a dull appearance
day of laving the earner-stone
IB No jrominent Arrivals whatever.
THE EVENING CAPITOL.: ATLANTA, GA.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1885.
Moonlight nights are favorable for ledge
Assembly 3,209, K. of L., met last night, and
had a good time.
Jason Burr Council meet once a month, which
is the 2d Friday.
The A. T. U. meet only once a month, which
is the 2d Wednesdays.
The Knights of Labor and the railroads have
settled by arbitration.
Members of any order can be seen on the
streets of Atlanta every day.
Fulton Lodge No. 216 met last night. A good
attendance and enthusiastic meeting.
Gate City Ledge K. of IL, No. 346, will meet
to-night, corner of Loyd and Alabama streets.
Haberdasher Lime Kiln Club will meet to
morrow night. Several candidates to be initia
“On the war path.” Cherokee Tribe of Red
Men meet to-night at Union Hall, 49 South
If your wife asks you if you are going to the
lodge to-night, say yes. An honest confession
is good for the soul.
One countryman suggested to another, when
he saw the initials of F. A. M., that it stood for
“ fathers after mothers.
Shop and factory girls are agitating the ques
tion of organizing and connecting themselves
with the Knights of Labor.
Empire Encampment meets next Wednesday.
It meets only twice a month —second and fourth
Wednesday’s in each month.
Quite an interesting meeting at Capitol
Lodge, No. 60 I. 0. 0. F., last night. Several
distinguished Odd Fellows were present.
The famous Brother Gardner, of Lime Kiln
Club fame, is expected to arrive in the city this
afternoon, and will deliver an address to-mor
row night. Subject: Pursuit or Possession.
Knights of Pythias expect to realize a good
result from their mass meetings. There are a
large number of Pythians in the city. All that
is needful is for them to connect themselves
with the lodge.
The Knights of Labor will hold a joint session
<>f all the assembles in the city at an early date,
for the purpose of instructing their delegates
that are to attend the Grand Assembly that will
coneene in Canada in October.
The weather is getting cooler. You can lay
aside your tissue-paper clothes, don your last
fall suit, pay up your back dues and drop into
your lodge, and see if you won’t feel like the
“Prodigal son.” Try it, non-attendants, and
see if they won’t kill the fatted calf.
Barnes Lodge I. (). 0. F., will meet to-night.
Strangers in the city and travelers passing
through,who are compelled to lay over, and who
are members of the order, can spend a pleasant
evening by paving old Barnes a visit to-night at
Odd Fellows Hall, on Whitehall street.
The Good Templars have splendid meetings
every Monday night. After the regular busi
ness, songs, readings and recitations, are the
order of the evening. They are preparing for a
grand entertainment. Delinquent members
should pay up, and come and enjoy themselves.
The Chief Degree members of Comanche
Tribe are noted Red Men. The Red Men are
the only nation on earth that transact important
business in their sleep. Business of great im
portance was attended to last night, and wasn’t
it Thursday sleep? “Pale faces had better be
It is the intention of the lodge reporter to
make the Lodge Lore column quite interesting,
and he would be glad to receive any news from
any secret order or association of any kind at
any time. Please address all lodge news, to
Lodge Reporter, Evening Capitol, 48 south
This is the regular meeting night of Carpen
ters’ Assembly K. of L. If sister assemblies
will visit the carpenters they will be greatly
benefited by going, as matters of vital import
ance to the assemblies will be discussed. The
carpenters are about 175 strong in member
ship, and increasing every meeting night in
Mr. Rufus Riven, a prominent member and
high officer of the K. of L. in Athens, was in
the city yesterday, lie reports that the order
is flourishing, notwithstanding the superin
tendent’s “articles of agreement.” Mr. Riven
was formerly a citizen of Atlanta, but now of
Athens. It was quite pleasant for him yester
day meeting and shaking hands with old-time
friends. Rufe is a good one, and the pencil
pusher was glad to meet him.
Did it ever occur to you that some member’s
be’ter half, or some brother’s best girl kept
them away from the lodge, and that they are the
sole cause of their non-attendance. Well, that’s
just the size of it, and it is entirely wrong.
Girl’s, give your fellers a chance one night in
a week, and wives, take the bridle off and throw
the bits out of your old spicy’s mouth, and let
him wander in pastures green, and give him a
showing to come out and attend his lodge. We
need them badly. Won’t you do it ? Why
The September number of this new and ele
gant Southern periodical will contain a sensa
tional article on the “Negro Question in the
South” by the Rev. R. W. Memminger, of
Charleston, S. C. He touches up George W.
Cable, defies the past and present status of the
negro and predicts what the future will be.
This article will be the literary sensation of the
Hon. Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania,
contributes an able article on the Tariff, and
Col. I. W. Avery continues his valuable papers
on “The Natural Resources of Georgia.” The
second paper on the “Forests of Dixie,” by
Charles 11. Wells and Clement Mason’s Illus
trated “Bits of Virginia Scenery,” will be of
general interest. Paul Hamilton Hayne, “The
Modern Horace,” will give a poem which the
publishers present in sac-simile of the author’s
handwriting, thus giving each purchaser of
Dixie a valuable souvenir of “our greatest
Southern poet.” Charles W. Hubner contrib
utes an exquisite poem, “War and Peace.”
Rev. Dr. I. S. Hopkins, president of Emory
College, writes upon technical training.
P. J. Moran, of Atlanta, gives an interesting
account of the life of Senator Joseph E. Brown,
president of the Western & Atlantic railroad.
The usual departments will be crisp and
bright. The price is twenty cents single num
ber, or $2 a year. No sample copies will be sent
out free. Address the Dixie Co., Atlanta, Ga.
If You Want a Drink,
Try a glass of old Sherry,
Try a glass of fine Port,
Try a Cocktail,
Try a Sour,
Try a Milk Punch,
Try a Sherry Cobbler,
Try a glass Pratt's Geneva Gin,
Try a drink of any kind of first-class
Uuder Kimball House, corner Wall
and Pryor streets.
Centrsil Property for Sale.
No 30. Garnett street, a 7-room dwelling on a I
very pretty and valuable lot, 60x90x115 feet: in i
a few steps of the Synagogue, and finely situa- '
ted for a home. Excellent water, good neigh- ;
borhood,good out-houses: near the center of the
city, and corfvenient to churches, schools, street
cars and all the business portion of the city.
Will increase rapidly in value. Price, $3,800
$1,500 cash, balance $25 per month, 8 per cent,
interest. Frierson & Scott,
No. 1 S. Pryor St.
The Misses Drexel, daughters of the late F.
A. Drexel, now three of the wealthiest heiresses
in this country, have a great fancy for dogs, i
and have twenty or thirty at their country
place, St. Bernards, Newfoundlands, shepherds,
grayhounds, skyes, terriers, and ever so many
The finest collection of St. Bernard dogs in
the country is to be seen at the Cradmore farm,
near Tom’s River, N. J. They belong to a
wealthy fancier and spend the summer there
L. NORRMAN, V
Rooms 08, 72 and 73,
Gate City National Bank Building.
LIND, F. A. I. A.
Architect and SrPRaixTENDENT,
63 Whi'.ehall Street.
gKLUh A MUiiGAN,
3d Flour. Healy Building.
Corner Marietta and Peachtree streets.
WM. A. HAYGOOD. • EDMUND W. MARTIN
Haygood & martin,
17’'2 Peachtree. Atlanta, Ga.
rpHOXAS 1.. BISHOP,
attorney at law.
Room 2, Brown Block,
28 Wall street, Atlanta, Ga.
a’ LOCH LANit
O. A. LOCHRANE.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
I have resumed the practice of law in copartner
ship with my son, Elgin, at
O » WHRANE
Usl ilO It®'
Atlanta Rubber Company
26 MARIETTA ST., ATLANTA, GA.
Hose, Packing, etc.,
Lace Leather, etc.,
Boots and Shoes.
Druggist Supplies and Every Descrip
tion of Rubber Goods.
M. E. MAHER,
No. 11 West Mitchem. Street,
If you want rock work done on short notice. He h i
for sale. 1,500 yards screenings from crusher, suit. '
for front yard -calks, and also, has for sale 15,000
yards of rubble stone, either at his quarry, or delivered,
at reasonable prices.
TAYLOR, WYLIE & BLYUE,
New Unflertakinj Estaiilisbaent
26 WEST ALABAMA
"VITE HAVE in stock and to arrive everything ph"’ - -
▼ ▼ taining to the undertaking business from t
cheapest coffin to the most expensive casket.
Full line of Ladies’, Gents and Children’s
Embalming Bodies a Specialty.
FRANK X. BLYUE, Business Malinger.
A FINE , LIVERY,
Willi Carriages and Hearses connected with the Estab- ’
JUI-mem. ZACH, TAYLOR, Manager.
The Leading Shoemaker and Repairer of the Cltj
The BEST OF WORK executed and special pain ‘
taken with EEPAIR WORK.
18 1-2 Marietta Street, .
Under Cannon House.
~ CITY ffl.
My books are still open* for collecting city tax, and tbe
time expires on the 20th of September. i)on’t wait ft>r
the last few days and all come at once All that are on
the defaulters’ list for this year, either for property r
street tax. will.take notice that they will have toAmafce
their returns before they can pay without /cost.
City Tax Receiver twul Collector.
ODllriff Woolley ' D ”
11 U Isl Atlanta, Ga.
Rel’able evidence given and
§ WHISKY refer, - nce to c u refl patientsaUd
□nbitr Eend for my Book on the
rtaDllb lure Habits and their Cure. Free.
} ESTABLISHED 1860. /,
i YOE3 AN EXCHANGE BANKING BUSINESS* OF
]_/ all kinds, the same as other banks. Accounts oi
oanks, merchants and others thankfully received. fcAl
lows interest, on time deposits. City collections n ade
free. Open 810 4. JOHN H. JAMES,
4th Ward Drug Store !
A COMPLETE Stuck of Select Drugs, Toilet Articles,
etc. Prescriptions compounded day and night.
Our stock of Patent Medicines cannot be excelled. Oi
ders from the conntrv will receive p-ompt attention
DR. J. F. ROUGHTON & CO..
522 Decatur st rc et.
Trv Rouvhiun’s Specific for Diarrtuea and Dysen ery
Or buy, Bell or exchange aDogot any kind, or have
yoordog finely trained? If so, address.with stamps,
GATE CITY KENNEL, Atlanta. Ga
CHAS. S. ATWOOD, W. AVERT,
Business Manager. Editorial Manager.
The CHEAPEST DAILY in
THE ATLANTA EVENING CAPITOL
Is a BRIGHT, SPICY, LIVE DAILY filled with NEWS
from Abroad and over the State. Uses Associate, Prees
A FULL REPORT OF THE DAILY PROCEE TINGS OF :
THE GEORGIA LEGISLATURE,
With Personal Notes an I Comments on the inov.;»ueuts I
of Georgia Citi/jens.
Foreign ami Local Market Report corrected daily-
Special Offer for Two Months 1
Including the Full Session of the Legislature ami the I
consequent stirring events at tbe Capital, by mail 00 :
cents, postage paid. f
Send (or sample copies.
THE EVENING CAPITOL.
I BREAD WAR.
(AS IT IS TEItHIF.D.t
Tall a mistake.
IS STII.I. SEELING
32 Loaves, 11 Oz.
; For ONE DOLLxAR,
iVhich. is a Discount of on 16 Oz. for 5
Cents of 10 per cent.
< Save Your Money and Time by Buying
" All a mistake about 10 oz. of Bread being sold
'rfor 5 cents by any delivery wagon. As n.uch
r so as Whann & Co. being New Orleans Bakers,
I such a thing never was. Now, I want and need
ill tb< patronage I can get, bitt ( do not intend
17 srepresent and try to lead the public from
Lu ts, as some of my competitors. Now, all
U livery wagons have been selling for more
W) a year from 10% to 12 ozs. of Bread for 3%
V. a Loaf to the Trade, and ever since the
n of Whann & Co. has been in existence the
z i.jyad has been generally sold at 3% cents —32
] jives for One Dollar.
JACK’S FREE DELIVERY.
> lbs for One Dollar.
J.l 2K IS THUMP, and willing’ to
’pt for the Game.
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L ISTEN I
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 wiU please you,'both
in prices and quality.
Jas. A. Anderson & Co.,
ARE MADE BY
WINTER & SON,
50 Peachtree Streit.
PAINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
ffiH - MB
MADE TO ORDER.
We are prepared to make Frames of every description
at prices unequaled in Atlanta.
Be sure to see us before placing orders.
E. A. HORNE & CO.,
No. 19 Kimball House, Decatur Street.
J SEWING MACHIN 1
Do you want to get a New Automatic $50.00 Sewing Machine
FREE! FREE! FREE I
Come to the White Sewing Machine Office, 65 and 67 Peachtree,
and Buy your
Patterns, Sewing Machine Needles,
and fixtures, Sewing Machines, etc.
And Every Lady Purchaser of Goods to the amount of 5 cents and upwards will receive a Numbered Ticket.
On the 15th of September the Tickets will be. drawn by a disinterested person, and the Lady holding the Lucky
Number will get th<’ New $50.00 Automatic Sowing M.’.chine. Remember the place, White Sewing Machine Office,
65 and 67 Peachtree.
i NEi i) a the nicest ior nn: right,
sea SERVED IN THE CITY. L WS
ALSO, THE FINEST JO
WMsKbs, Wines, Rraniies, f
ALMO , AGENT FOR
PII.SENER PALE BEER.
BAifK SAMPLE ROOM. sample room.
NEXT REGULAR SESSION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 6TII. ISSS. FACILITIES EOR MEDICAL INSTRUCTION
ARE UNSURPASSED. THE
IV Y STREET HOSPITAL.
In connection with the College, furnishes an abundance of chemical material for illustrating al’ Diseaseß«r< - '
For Catalogue, terms, etc., address Dean’spflice,
DR. WM. PERRIN NICOLSON, Dean,
P. O. Box. 234. CONSTITUTION BUILDING.
FAIRBANKS & COOK,
ITIA M FACT I HERN OF
Stencils, Seals, Rubber Stamps,
Cotton Yf * T*|
Brands, J _ Figures, Etc,
No. 57 Broad Street, _____ Atlanta, Georgia.
WILSON & STIFF
33 PEACHTREE STREET,
Manufactures of and Dealers in
CORNICE AND CEILING FRAMES,
Sole Agents for LATHROP FBAME CO.’S FRAMES, Electric Lamps, Lamp
Goods and Domestic Sewing Machines.
BEST DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Will® Remove® Across*the*Street®to*34® D eaclitree,® September* isi. &•
The Only. House in Atlanta
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
Furniinre aufl Carnets
ANDREW J. MILLER,
Eig 44 Feachtree Street., ATLANTA, GA.
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.
A. P. TRIPOD
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC.
13 Broad Street.
A Nice Little Fam of forty Acres-
To be raffled for as soon as made up. Ticket put low
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. Tickte, SI.OO each.
P. J. FALLON,
Mason and Builder,
Brick and Frame Buildings Erected-
Sewers and Drain Pipes Laid.
All Work Promptly Attended to.
left at 8 East Alabama or 27 S White
S. A. COLES,
’G9 M A RIFT" > STREET,
L N L> b R fA KER.
NIGHT AND DAY CAILS PROMPTLY
B Established 1800.
UDholsterfßg in all its Brandies.
Redd ng Awnings, Tents and Mosquito
Ne.s. First-Class Work a Specialty
terms Cash. I do not buyer sell on credit.
, A. ERGENZINGER,
No. 12 EAST HUNTER STREET.
F. S. DEMMON
S t’.;-' ,• :. !. v...«rnr te. d. R.’.mrinc
h done. 13S IVachtree Bc.