It is THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
for the bowels. It is one of the most pleasant ana
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 Mullein will cure Coughs, Croup,
and Consumption. Price 25c. and $1 a bottle.
Lumber, Lath and Shingles,
Wholesale and retail, cheap. J. C. Wilson &
Co., 7 Spring street.
Prof. Ha;.mi’s A:" School re-openedyesterday
morning, with a c!a- worth two hundred dol
lars a month. This remarkable school is known
all over Georgia and the South and teachers are
in demand everywhere. Its methods are new.
Instead of taking lessons for months and years
with little or no results, pupils learn to sketch,
shade and finish pictures, as tine as steel en
gravings in a lew days. Prof. Hagan is the
original master of this great art, and is the only
teacher that does not use measurement and
guess-work, solar prints made by the sun and
other inartistic methods. Call or write. Over
M. Rich &. Bro., Whitehall.
The Price of Coal.
Our repc.rter called upon Mr. Alvin B. Clark,
manager of the Coal Creek Mining Co., No. 8
East Alabama street, to learn if there was any
truth in the report that the coal pool had decided
to advance the price of coal at the mines from
$1,75 ppr ton to $2.00 per ton. He said this was
■ r ’ . uld not affect orders he had for
a . the new prices would not go into
feet an : tin 7th of September, and all orders
received lite mines before that date would be
He said that he could not say if all the dealers
in Atlanta would agree to charge the advanced
price of $1.60 per ton to consumers in Atlanta.
Best One Dollar Shirt 82 Whitehall.
rww SOME PEOPLE ACT.
It -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
mar v other complaints peculiar to women.
Wor'-d than all are piles, occasioned by habitual
constipate m. and the best men in the medical
profession to-da. I aim constipation to be prime
cause cf 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 Essl
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
• . -i s —nothing but piles and habitual
? ’ ■ It is sold by all first-class drug-
gist- -t . s a bottle.
Ready-made Clothing 82 Whitehall.
As we have already informed you, advice is
our best hold. Now, Son, take good care of
She was born some time before you —some
little time, and is, therefore, entitled to yonr
She also took great interest in you, my boy,
when j t*u were as bald headed as a poker chip,
and ugly enough to break a photographers’
Your mother is the best friend you ever had,
my boy, the very best, and you are considerably
in her debt.
Suppose you begin to-morrow or to-day, for
you can’t begin too soon, and give her a kiss be
fore breakfast; don’t be ashamed to do it son.
You owe her a few kisses anyhow. She kissed
you when you were as red as a lobster, and ugly
enough to scare a weak minded person into tits.
And now, when the cotton and corn is all into
market, devol part of the proceeds of the
largest crop < •>orgiaever raised, to purchasing
fur Irer a nice esent.
Never mind it > on don’t get Jerusia Jane that
$5 toilet set.
Jane never sat up nights and nursed you
when you had the measels and mumps,sewed but
tons on your shirts, stood between you and
your old man when you had been playing hokey
of an evening. No, sir, she never did, and she
Spend the money for one of those beautiful
Mantles, onh to be found at LaFontaine &
May’s. Ord. . our street cars early, and come
at once to 13'J West Mitchell street.
For this city and other s - ><.ns of this ami
adjoining States, •' '■<-rnl . men to soil ma-
chines. Callon . : ;.d < > leeler A Wii&on
Manufacturing Co., 71 WiuUnail street.
Sash, Doors and 531 ind**
Cheap as the cheapest. Give us a trial. J. C.
Wilson A Co.. 7 Spring street.
Good News for the Sick.
A C ai : .-ol reporter was attracted, this morn
he great crowds that were passing in
lit : a neat cottage at 46 Houston street.
’T P on ■' he was told Mme. Balfour, the no
' d electro magnetic healer,had opened an office
:!.■■ treatment of all lingering and chronic
dis ise-. and that she would make a specialty of
1f- .‘le complaints.
Mme. Balfour brings with her testimonials of
the very highest order.
l We have 2,000 tons nice, cleln Glen Mary
k lump coal in our elevator, ready to be delivered
trade at summer rates. Buy now and get
before winter. J. C. Wilson A Co.,
street. Telephone 312.
accurately mded at
“ ur • tl 'eel.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLANTA, GA.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1885.
Mrs. Laura Flanders, of Atlanta, is in Macon
on a visit.
I). W. Patterson, of Griffin, spent yesterday
Mr. ,1. Wingfield Nisbet, of Macon, spent yes
terday in Atlanta.
Mrs. M. L. Bates and Miss Annie, of Griffin,
I were in Atlanta yesterday.
Dr. E. R. Anthony, of Grillin, is spending a
I couple of days in Atlanta.
Miss Bent, of Atlanta, is spending some time
j in the country, near Cartersville.
Miss Marie W. Hammond, of Griffin, came to
I Atlanta yesterday to visit relatives.
Mrs. F. Stabler, Jr., ami Miss Addie Butler,
1 of Griffin, spent yesterday in Atlanta.
Mr. Jno. T. Hearne left Fairburn yesterday
| for Atlanta, where he will do business.
Mrs. George Winship, of Atlanta, is visiting
Mrs. Dr. Cook, on Poplar street, in Griffin.
Mesdames G. C. Stewart and Mrs. W. T.
Cole, of Griffin, spent yesterday in Atlanta.
Mr. Phil Harris, of Albany, went up to Atlanta
yesterday, on business, and will return to-night.
Mrs. Joseph E. Gable and chilren, of Atlanta,
are visiting the family of Mr. R. W. Gable, in
Miss Minnie, the charming and accomplished
daughter of Dr. W. T. Hoyt, of Rome, is at
Mr. Walter A. Johnson, of Americus, re
turned home Sunday from Atlanta, where he
has been visiting.
Misses Ora and Olive Boyd and Master Joe, of
Griffin, are visiting the family of Capt. W. A.
Fuller, in Atlanta.
Mr. Jas. R. Parham, of Atlanta, formerly of
McDuffie county, is visiting friends and relatives
in and around Messena.
Col. J. M. Mobley and Capt. L. L. Stanford,
of Hamilton, passed through Columbus yester
day en route to Atlanta.
Miss Mamie Lou Nickols returned home this
i morning, after a pleasant visit to her cousin,
i Miss Eula Brown, 34 Smith street.
Griffin News: Miss Mamie Johnson, of Macon,
, and Miss Sallie and Bell Sanders of Atlanta,
i spent Thursday evening with Miss Hulsey, at
i tending the lawn party.
At the Baptist church, last Wednesday night
I week, in Marietta, Captain John Milledge de-
I livered an elegant and instructive lecture which
I was much enjoyed by those present.
Miss Annie Reid, a bright and magnetic At
| lanta belle, is visiting Misses Johnson and
i Rutherford, at Mt. Airy, and fairly electrifying
and bewildering the bachelors of that favorite.
B. J. Eiseman, of Eiseman Bros., is home
again after several week#- absence. He has
been to Baltimore, Washington and New York.
New goods are showing up every day now,
which is the result of his trip.
Mr. Harry Huzza leaves to-morrow via Rome
for Philadelphia, where he goes to attend a
course of medical lectures. To-night, at the
residence of his parents, they will give him a
ten, to which he has extended invitations to a
number of friends.
WHY HE WEPT.
The Melancholy Story of a Disap
Yesterday afternoon a man was sitting on the
| Broad street bridge, clothed in a ragged and ill
; fitting suit of clothes and weeping bitterly.
A reporter approached the sorrowful speci
! men of humanity and asked him what was the
‘ cause of his troubles. He replied in a husky
“Mr st ory is a sad one, and I know you don’t
wish to hear it?”
“Yes, I do, replied the reporter, as he sum
moned up every atom of love for his fellow
“Well, listen. 1 had a few dollars not long
ago, and I went to a clothing store, and bought
the suit you see on me now. It has lasted two
months, and 1 weep because I didn’t go to
Menko’s establishment, at No. 3 Whitehall, and
buy me a suit for half the money, and one that
would have lasted me three or four seasons.”
The reporter left the disconsolate man and
went to Menko’s to see if the fellow had cause
Yes, he did. Any man who wants anything in
the clothing line and does not go to Menko’s,
No. 3 Whitehall, will have cause to weep for
months to come. So go there, kind reader, and
get your goods for a little money, and you will
always be happy.
Boys’ Knee Pants, s®c., 82 Whitehall.
Wallingford, Conn., Aug. 31, 1885.
To the Editor of The Atlanta Capitol—
Sir: In the issue of your paper of August 14th,
1885, one of the Gate City Guard stated that
the Second Regiment of Connecticut were close
to them and were headed by Colt’s band, of
Hartford, one of the finest bands in the country.
; This is a mistake. It was the National band
i of Wallingford, who played for the Second
, Regiment on that occasion, and the writer was
I with the band and had a pleasant chat with
1 some of the Gate City Guard, who, by the way
are a fine body of young men, and an honor to
j the city they represent. The papers in this
j vicinity copied that part of the article, which
■ gives Colt’s band a compliment they are not en
! titled to. When the band was in New Haven
, last week A. R. man showed us a copy of
your paper of August 11th, in which we saw the
I am sure no gentleman in the Gate City
Guard intended any harm in regard to the mat
ter, but there is a little rivalry among bands in
this section, and we would like to have'the arti
J. Carlisle Roach.
O. I. C. AND B. 11. C.
Form a Parinersbip—Housekeepers
Will Please Bead.
This merning a restless Capitol reporter
! learned something not a secret, yet what every
. body don’t know, and he thought he would give
I the news to The Capitol readers.
Messrs. 0. I. Culberson and B.
| 11. Cameron have formed a co-partnership
They are well known experienced grocery
i men, and together will make things hum in the
| grocery business at Mr. Culberson’s old stand,
' 106 Whitehall street. They have a nice stock, a
I good store, and know how to do business. Try
j them, if you are not trading with them now and
j you will find them clever, courteous, and strictly
k business gentlemen, selling'good goods at low
| The celebrated Monarch Shirts 82 hitehall.
To the Public.
This is our second season with our retail de
partmenl, ai.d every one that has purchased
! from us the previous season we are satisfied
■ they have received good bargains in men’s,
■ boys’ and children’s clothing, shirts, hats,
j gents’ furnishing goods, etc.
■ As we are getting ready for our fall stock we
i would advise our customers, one and all, if you
i will read this advertisement don’t consider it a
I trifle. It is your duty to save money in coming
i to us and see what we have got, as we do not
’ advertise an article when we have not got it.
: “Just out or sold out,” as some would say.
i Whatever we inform you through the paper
i you can find it right there and then. When
' such is sold we will let you know again.
We started this business with the determina
j tion to make it a success, to manufacture cloth
ing right here, and so far we have been success
! ful. Hoping this will meet with your approval,
I and with many thanks for past favors, we re
. main Yours respectfully,
Sf.lig Bros. & Co.,
9 Whitehall street.
TICKET SCALPER, 28 WALL ST.
A car load of fine melons just received and
opened by H. H. Howard A Co.
GEORGIA LAW MAKERS.
THE FORTY-EIGHTH DAY OF T>4
The Senate. w
The Senate met at II) o’clock this morninW,
President Carlton in the chair. Dr. Hawth 'rjL
prayed, the roll called and the journal appro*
On motion of Mr. Cabaniss the registratiqp
bill is to be reconsidered, but was laid over Es
The resolution calling for the investigation < ( C
the use of the Western and Atlantic railroa'J
right-of-way by the Georgia Pacific was called
upas the special order for the morning. Ou
motion of Mr. Hoyle the matter was made the
regular order for next Thursday morning.
A number of bills were taken up for first, seji
ond and third reading. A
The bill to “prohibit the sale of
etc, to minors, without the written
parents,” was lost. W
A bill to require parties asking for license iT
sell liquors, secure the written consent offivl
land owners nearest the place, was made the
special order for Friday.
A resolution ceding to the U. S. lands in Ful
ton and DeKalb counties for use as barracks foi
A bill to provide for the extension of policy
authority of the city of Atlanta over Grant’s
A bill to incorporate the Monticello, Eudora
and Social Circle railroad. Passed.
A bill to amend the charter of Bainbridge
A bill to submit the question of prohibition
no prohibition to the voters of Madison county.
A bill to prohibit the sale or purchasing of in
toxicating liquors in the town of Smithville.
A bill to prescribe a salary for the treasurer
of Carroll, in lieu of commissions.,
A bill to create a board of commissioners of j
roads and revenues for Carroll. r .
A bill to amend the road laws of this State, r'
The resolution for a committee to investigate ,
the use of the right of way over the State road •
by the Georgia Pacific was taken up, the pream
ble struck out and passed, after some discussion, j
Senate adjourned to Monday, 3 P. M.
Mr. Pringle moved that the general local op' I
tion be made the order of the day for Tuesday ■
next, for the purpose of considering the Senate* j
amendments thereto, which was adopted.
Mr. Ballard of Campbell, moved that the bill I
to make operative the State Geological depart- ;
ment be made a special order for Thursday next ’
On motion of Mr. Butts, of Marion, the m: : - :
tarv bill was reconsidered.
On motion of Mr. Middlebrooks, of Nev r ,
the bill providing for a Constitutional Conventit n '
was made the order of the day for next Tues- *
The Committee on Hvgiene report unfa 1 " i-* j
bly a bill prohibiting importation ’ ° * ’ <>¥ ,
second-hand clothing. ■ M
On motion of Mr. Russell, of Clarke, tin bill j
to provide for certain improvements of the Sta’e ’
University was made the order of Wediu J
The finance committee report
following: C- .
Bill for relief of Crocker & Co. and
Brown, of DeKalb county.
Resolution to provide funds to repair there;
natic Asylum, and to maintain inmates
Resolution authorizing the governor to ,‘ v , ;
James A. Greene commission for collecting A
claim of the Trezevant claim. Also,
for relief of Wm. M. Tennille, of Qu !
By Mr. Hall, of Dodge—To ptovide for reg
tration of voters in Dodge county.
By Mr. Mason, of Effingham—To provide rey/
istration for Effingham county.
Also, To provide for appointment of a judd|'d ,
the county court of Eflingham.
By Mr. Durden, of Emanuel —To allow
domestic wines in Emanuel county.
By Mr. Walker, of Floyd—To extend thu ■■
its of the city of Rome, by annexing the 10l
By Mr. Turner, of Floyd—To amend the har- i
ter of’DeSotft. . i
By Mr. Patterson, of Forsyth—To amend the
act providing for commissioner of roads and ■ av
enues in Forsyth county.
By Mr. Ellis, of Fulton—To make the may- u
of Atlanta member ex-officio of the board <;>-
Also, to incorporate the Atlanta Loan and f
By Mr. Davenport,of Jefferson—To incorpora/
the town of Waco.
By Mr. Jarver, of Jefferson —To pay the ro|d ’
commissioners and school commissioners in ‘
By Mr. Hightower, of Laurens—To authorize
Laurens county to levy a tax to build a biidgV j.
across the Oconee
By Mr. Sims, of Lincoln—To prevent sale of}
cotton seed bv tenants in Lincoln county.
By Mr. Mattox, of Tatnall —To fix the license
in Mclntosh county for selling liquors at til
This will caused considerable discussion ovel
an amendment by Mr. Wilson, colored, of the
county of Mclntosh, which provided for sub
mitting the question of the high license to the
people. The amendment was lost by a vote of
58 ayes to 68 nays. Mr. Wilson, of Camden,
brother of the member from Mclntosh, voted
against the amendment.
On the vote to pass the bill it was lost by a :
vote of 71 ayes, when 88 are required by the
By Mr. Dugger, of Fannin—For the relief of
Solomon M. Douthit refunding him SBOO for ■
taxes overpaid the State.
The House, at 10 o’clock, took a recess until I
4 o’clock p.m.
Children’s Knee Pants, 50 cents, 82 White
Two leading deaths in Atlanta are reported
The Defiance libel suit has been postponed ,
Mr. J. C. Freeman died on Whitehall, near
West End, of inflammation of the bowels.
Mayor Hillyer has recived word of the sale of
the new Atlanta bonds in New York and the pay
ment of the $51,740.
Mr. R. M. Gunby died of heart disease at 319
Collins. He came from Columbus, and was one
of the founders of the Eagle mills.
A negro named Anderson was hurt by a chim
ney falling on him on Hayne street, where some
new buildings are being erected on the site of
some burned houses.
United States Marshal Nelms has dismissed
Deputy Marshal John Cooper for allowing Wil
liam Jacobs, of Haralson county, to escape.
Jacobs was indicted for stealing a pocket-book.
At half-past 2 .o’clock this morning an un
known man tried to kill Patrolman Purdy,
thinking it was Chief Connolly. The attempt
was made on Marietta street, between Bartow
and Spring streets. The man called Purdy
Connolly and threatened to kill him. Purdy
said he Was not Connolly and the man fled.
Cuff and Collars, 82 Whitehall.
See City Tax Notice !
Eight Hundred Million.
A period of renewed activity and prosperity
The largest cotton crop the South has ever
known will be marketed this season.
No better investment can be made than to
furnish yourself and family with a home.
LaFontaine & May, 139 West Mitchell street,
are now offering lumber mill work and building
material never before equalled.
Call and see us before you build.
Boys’ School Suits, 82 Whitehall.
Uine 9 Lime, Eime.
Cheapest and best in the market, Jackson’s
Best. J. C. Wilson 4 Co.,
7 Spring street.
See City Tax Notice ’
Caught Around the Hoie«ie by a Capi
' A the junction of Marietta and Forsyth
. ■ i ets, the legislators are in the habit of con
gregating daily. Silling on the curbing of the
they crack jokes every afternoon till
If* n ‘ss bids them disperse and wend their
homeward. A jolly set they are.
The sale of the Western and Atlantic road is
exciting a great deal of interest in the House. I
have talked with quite a number of the mem
bers about it, and if they remain in their pres
ent stage of mind, the road will surely be sold.
“How do you stand on the agricultural ques
tion?” asked Dr. Felton of a rural member this
l “lam against the bi 11,”,, was the answer,
farmers are tired of changing the laws so
frequently, and don’t want any more agricul
tural bills passed.”
“Oh, you are mistaken as to my question,”
returned the member from Bartow. “I have re
ference to the bill relating to the experiment
“I believe that is a good bill. lam a mem
ber of the committee to whom the bill was re
ferred, and shall use my influence in its favor,”
was the answer from the rural member.
The gentleman’s head is level.
Odd Pants, 82 Whitehall.
Fresh oysters received daily at Donehoo’s.
Vernoy, Ticket Scalper. Cut rates 28 Wall.
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, 82 Whitehall.
Don’t fail to go toW. S. Gramling’s for bar
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Brick, Lime, etc.
W. D. Bell, 133 Decatur street.
Car of Apples, Cabbage and Potatoes will av
ail the morning. W. P.
Oi cents per dozen, stone quart fruit
II. Summers, 100 Whitehall.
; A thief entered a yard on Young street, night
efore last, and stole eighteen chickens.
Atlanta needs postal cards. Nashville sup
plied 50,000, which lasted only two days.
I' Pants'. Pants I Pants! 82 Whitehall.
Everybody that passes the Variety Store, 73
Whitehall, should stop in and buy something.
You will find at C. M. Fox’s tea and coffee
store, 25 Peachtree, pure goods and at low prices.
Give him a call.
Mr. Jos. M. Brown, of the State Road, says
that his line has cut passenger rat s from Chat
tanooga east 50 per cent.
G. B. McCravy, 84 Peachtree street, sells G.
E. Johnson’s pure stick and French candies to
boys and girls every day.
Ice cool, pure, Apple Cider, made daily at C.
J. Kicklighter’s, and for sale by the pint, quart,
or gallon, 104 Whitehall street.
Pants, Pants, Pants, 82 Whitehall.
Ladies, the Variety Store is the place for you
t*. go when you are out shopping. Look in now
a-d;i’. s and see the good.- . 73 Whitehall.
V/e are now on the corner of Walton and
Fo •< ih streets, opposite the First Baptist
chr’ ch- in our new store. Come to us for gro
ceries cheaper than ever. Carlton Son.
For Odd Pants, go to 82 Whitehall.
The countv commissioners will open Ponce de
Leun avenue to the springs if the city will make
$4,000 culvert at the street car biidge. The
real estate owners have raised $1,500 to help.
John M. Barclay hands us the following new
''r.y to announce an arrival: “We are at Grand
p? Barclay’s. Mamma and I are doing nicely.
Mary Alice Naugle, Cairo, 111., Aug. 25, *BS. My
borne is i'jcdras Negras, Mexico.”
Boys’ short Knee Pants 50c., 82 Whitehall.
o llechaHics aii«B Workingmen—-
R«iy Yonr Clothing Wliere Yon
Can Get a Home Free,
Messrs. Selig Bros. & Co., the enterprising
Manufacturing Clothiers, No. 9 Whitehall street,
have something to say of intetest to everybody.
They have bought a lot 50x175 feet,on.Robbins
feet, near McDaniel street, of J. C. Fuller,
Esq,, for SSOO, which, to*please their customers,
and for their customers’ benefit, they will raffle,
•barging them nothing for a chance, but giving
(' very one who buys $lO worth or more of goods
Ifroni them a Chance on This Lot Free, promising
that the raffle will be conducted by three (3) dis
_■ erested citizens of Atlanta, who will see that
it - conducted in a fair and just manner.
This is not done for an advertising scheme,
but merely to bring customers to their store so
. to sell out their immense stock of goods, as
.hey have employed many hundreds of hands
. nd wish to keep their entire force busy all win
er. therefore they resort to this plan.
All sizes Men’s Pants, 82 Whitehall.
A car load of fine melon.- just received :.nd
evened bv 11. 11. Howard & Co.
IMS! LOOK! LOOK!
SlcCtaell 4 James
65 Whitehall Street, Corner Hunter.
Call Special Attention to their
(BUTTON KID GLOVES
?*5 Cents Pair.
Mr. Georgo Macaulay, Jr., of Dalton, is in the
cit for a few days, bidding farewell to hi% many
friends. He goes on to Jefferson Medical Cot
leg*. Philadelphia, where he will graduate next
spring, and then he expects to locate out West.
His friends wish him much success in his
Go 82 Whit* hall for your hats.
Notice to Pastors.
Pastors of all the churches will please hand
in notices of Sunday services on Friday if possi
ble on each week.
See City Tax Notice I
5,0.00 pair Odd Pants, 82 Whitehall.
Chas. 8. Atwood, MT. Lahattk, IW. Avibt,
Business Manager. Foreman. Editorial Marfgr.
The Atlanta Evening Capitol,
4H South Bkoad Stkkbt.
Has The circulation in the city of any daily.
Affidavit of issue cheerfully furnished. Subscrip,
tlaj books and press room open to inspection. Live,
Frogressive. Spicy, Clean and Brave. Uses Press Dis.
patches. Business Policy Liberal. Advertising Rates
Just. Subscription only Six Cents a Week, delivered
anywYnre in the City. Sample copies and advertising
rates cheerfully furnished.
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And dejivercd anywhere in the city and suburbs. Pres*
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Reserved seats at book store of Wilson & Brcukner’s.
Successors to W. L. Stanton & Co.
220 W. Peters Street, Atlanta. Ga.
Tennessee XXX Flour, - -35 c’4 sack, 50 per bbl
Kansas Family Flour, - -50 c* 4 sack, $3 75 per bbl
Choice Flour to No. 1 Patent, - -65 cto 85c *4 sacks
Choice Flour to No. 1 Patent, - - - $5 to 650 per bbl
Fresh water ground meal, - - -20 cpk or 75c per bu
A large lot of scrap meat at 2c per lb. - - - 50 tb $1
Bulk shoulder meat at 5c per 1b.20 ll> $1
Fine small side meat 7c per 1b..14 tb $1
No. 2 Hams from 8c to 10c per lb - - - - ib $1
First-class Hams fromll@l2>4 per tb
Sugar-cured shoulders, 7c per thl4 lb $1
Pure Roasted Coffee, 15c. Ilb p’ck'g - - - -7 It> $1
Good green Coffee, per lb - - - - 10 lb $1
C Sugar tb - - - - - - - - 15 to 20 lb $1
A to patent Granulated Sugar - 7@Bc lb.. 13 to 14 tbsl
N. O. common to strictly choice Syrup, 25@65c per gal
Rice, s@7c per tb -------- 15 to 20 tb $1
No. 3 Mackerel,lo for 5c., 6 for 5c., etc.
Kits W. Fish, 25c.; Cheese to 15c.
Oats 50 bu; Corn 67E 2 lbs. 75c per bu; Tennessee Bran
and Shorts, 95c@$l per cwt.; Stock Meal, 60c per bu;
Tennessee White Shorts $1 15 per 100.
Fresh Vegetables, Country Produce of all kinds con
sta-mly on hand. Bagging and Ties.
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known. Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Heailacbe, U,’se;uery. l'iarrbu‘'i, Cramp Colic, Pains in
the Back, Chest, Stomach or Bowels, Sore Throat. Cuts,
Burns, etc. Try the M. M. that you may be ct nvinced
of its merits. No family should be without it. For sale
by druggists, Manufactured only by J. T. BRIGHT,
Sole Proprietor, Atlanta, Ga.
For four years I have been aP.licted with inflammatory
rheumatism. Have not b -n able to walk only by the aid
of a crutch. Have tried a great many preparations, in
cluding both the S. S. S. ami B. B. 8., and some of our
best physicians with but little benefit. In the three or
four weeks the use of M. M. has done me more good than
all the other re nedies and physicians combined. Am
confident it will cure me. 1 cun now do a tolerably good
day’s work. Hive used M. M. internally and externally,
and cheerfully recommend it to all persons suffering
S. M. HARDY,
Use Dr. Pemberton’s Triplex Liver Pills—The Best!
DBS. MEMMLER & CO.,
CURES Stricture, Catarrh, Liver, Skin, Rheumatism,
Nervous. Female, Private and all Chronic Diseases.
If you ha-e 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%
Mariettnstreet, Atlanta, Ga.
We Have It Heady! What? 2,000
Tons nice lump, Glen Mary coal, in our elevator,
clean and dry. Send in your orders and we will
fill them at once. J. C. Wilson & Co., 7 Spring
street. Telephone 312. Elevator on Magnolia
Have your prescriptions filled at Roughton &
Co.’s, 254 and 522 Decatur street.
Imported Cassiineres Received.
We have just received some of the handsomest
patterns of imported cassimeres ever brought
to the city. Come at once and select choice
patterns. Pants made to order, fit warranted,
Selig Bros. A Co.
9 Whitehall st.
Watch, and jewelry repairing that
has been unsatisfactorily done else
where made as near like new as possi
ble and warranted, by
Delkin & Kuhrt,
69/2 Whitehall st.,
Harrv Lynan, R.R. tickets cheap, Kimball.
Made fresh every day at
NUNNALLY & lIAWSON’S.
Sash, cheap, W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy.
Ladies Cuffs and Collars 5 Cents.
We have placed upon our counter a lot odds
and ends, ladies cutis and collars, which we will
close out at your own price. Collars which cost
15 and 20 cents each, for 5 cents, and cuffs
which cost 25 cents, at 5 cents a pair. These
are good standard goods, but are in broken lots.
D. H. Dougherty.
We are Here!
At break of day, and will remain all day ready
to sell to anybody and everybody !
Who wants to
Make Money by Saving Money.
Don’t forget the Place, Corner of Walton and
Forsyth Streets, opposite the First Baptist
Church. Come! Come! Come! But
if you' can’t come, telephone your
ORDERS which will be sent
jW-OUT C. 0. D.-Wl
CARLTON & SON,
Cheap Cash Groceries !
S. MAIER A CO, BL. MARIETTA ST.,
Wholesale Dealers iu
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Richter
Harps, Accordeons, etc.
Finest in Atlanta at
NUNNALLY & RAWSON’S.
When you need drugs call on Roughton &
C#., 254 or 522 Decatur street.
sums of >IOO :U<l O’l.sjf l Oh livi
plying t<> C. I‘. N. Baih.< ! o-hn
F.DU4 A k Ho 1
It an.l day school i<;r yuung ladle
dren. Fall term begiod Sept.
Mrs I- 1 ' I.** St: wart, 1
I'’ ''l'a ni ~!■ a. • ,;v - • > s
j Day School will al 2.*»X Whitehall s
tember 2, 1885.
Miss BI NNIE LOVF. Prindp ; .
Miss KATIE B. MASSEY
Miss ANNE L. LOVE ¥*<« •
Mrs. NORA L. HUSSEY ... Egg
Terms liberal, instruction tL . w ■ eMBSwI
Drawing, vocal rftnsic, calietheMce, German a. d** 5 *
cut ion iu 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.
MEAN'S HIGH SCHOOL—7S N. Forsyth st-eet. At
lanta, Ga. Instruction thorough and practical.
For catalogue address T. /E. Means.
HEADQUARTERS for Electric Fruit Jars, Preserv
ing Kettles, Stone Jars, Oval Patent Churn&l
Housefurnishing Goods, etc. RIPLEY’S, 89 Whitehalt,
MRS. DANZIGER has returned from New York with a
new and elegant assortment of the finest and best
fitting Corsets, and some novelties for ladies. Ladies
fitted by Mrs. Danziger, at the corset parlor, 71>a Peach
tree street, room 10.
4 UCTION SALES promptly attended to on liberal
terms by H. Wolfe, 6 West Mitchell street.
ELECTKO MAGETIC HEALING.
MNE. BALFOUR, the noted Electro Magnetic healer,
has opened an office at her private residence, No.
46 Houston street. She is prepared to treat any linger
ing and chronic diseases of every description? Fernatu
complaints u specialty. She brings with her some very
strong testimonials of her skill. Call and see her. Gentle
men will be treated at the office,llß Decatur street,where
her brother treats all kinds diseases known to mankind.
MNE. BALFOUR A BRO.
IOR SA LeZ
r’lOR SALE —19 Building Lots, averaging about 50x90
feet, on west side of Air-Line Railroad, between
Irwin and Houston sts. Price, S2OO to S3OO per lot—
one-third cash, balance in installments. W. P. Pattillo.
4 FINE ASSORTMENT of Saddlery Hardware at
71 hard-pan prices. Now is the time for dealers. D.
M(E!t; \ N, so Whit, hall street.
17'OR SALE—A few exchanges and old papers for
wrappers, or just, the thing to put under carpets, at
10 cents a hundred, at Evening Capitol office, 48 South
$2.50 per 1,000; Shipping Tags $1.50 per 1,000;
Blotters free. All kinds Railroad, Commercial and Pam
phlet printing; all kinds Law Blanks in general use,
for sale. Bennett. 45 Broad street.
ITY “bitAY “WMf()?b;,“~FARAI WAGONS, AND
J One-Hone Wagons. I have in stock a number of
heavy 1% and 2 inch Icon-axle, hollow-axle,
regular city dray, low wheels; wagons suitable for heavy
draying of any kind. 1 guarantee them first-class, and
equal to any in the market, and they will be sold cheap.
N. ('. Spence, 81 and 83 Decatur st reet.
1)1G BARGAINS In buggy whips,riding saddles,horse
) collars and wagon harness, at D. MORGAN’S, 80
5.000 pounds fresh turnip seeed.
500 bushels Georgia seed rye.
500 bushels Georgia seed barley.
1,000 bushels red rustproof oats.
Selected specially for our trade, at 27 Marietta street.
Grass seed. Mark W. Johnson &Co.
pOR SALE—A CHEAP LOT OF SEt'OND-HAND
I' Beds, Comforts, and Mattresses. Also, second
h;»;id Stov-**. Sfoves repaired c "jap. No. 93 Broad st.
I?GR RENT—in pleasant, new cottage, best water,two
or three furnished or unfurnished rooms, to one or
two adults. 24 East Pine.
I?M>R RENT.—4 room housei 102 West Harris Street.
? sls per month. A. J. WEST, No. 9 Broad street.
Ip<)R RENT—9-room house, with basement, gas, was
1 ter, etc., close in, corner of Whitehall, Fair and
Cooper streets. Call or address, 168 Whitehall street.
• )-R()t)MS to rent: furnished with board, if desired, at
25 Calhoun street.
Large, well ventilated rooms, over and fronting
1 on .87 Broad and .80 Forsyth streets, suitable for
boardinghouse. Terms very reasonable. Apply to W.
17'OR RENT, from September Ist, that elegant store
' house, 68 and 70 East, Alabama street, corner Loyd
No better location in the city of Atlanta. Directlj
in front of Lowry’s bank, Georgia Railroad freight de
pot and Markham House. Adjoins general passenger
depot, with rear platform and side track. The building
is three stories and basement, with three fronts. For
terms, apply to Geo. W. Harrison, 32 W. Alabama st.
17'OR RENT—Part of a store, in one of the best retail
? locations in the city, suitable for any kind of bu
siness. All who have been occupying same, were suc
cessful. Address Q. Tomkerson, Atlanta, Ga.
AXTANTED—.Vwhite, middle-aged house girl; gener
t t al work : three in family. 24 East Pine.
ANTED —A healthy wet nurse, whose haby is dead
t t and would now be about 4to 5 months old. Must
be well recommended. Apply to 6 Whitehall.
TMTANTED—Everybody to know that G. O. Williams
♦ t & Bro. are selling Coal Creek coal, rough and
dressed lumber, laths, and everything in the builders
line, at bottom prices. 234 Marietta street. Telephone
328, (Five them a call.
r rHIE TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE newspaper and
* job printing office has been removed from
Whitehall to 32’.south Broad street, over the Journal
office. All friendsof tempeiauceand prohibition are in
vited to call.
17'OUND a small black and tan setter d »g. Owner can
i ave the same by proving property and paying for
this advertisement. Apply to I). C. BUCKSHAW, 80 N.
IF YOC wish a set of real good home-made harnessw
saddles, for little money, go to D. MORGAN, 80
SECOND-HAND furniture and carpets in any quantity
bought and sold at 6 West Mitchell street.
lEGISLATORS of the State of Georgin, don't fail to
J call and get your harness from D. MORGAN, 80
(WNSIGNMENTS solicited and money advanced on
J furniture, etc., at 6 West Mitchell street.
Chan Foo & Tan Cheong
Marietta street, Down stairs,
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 other
Will Sell Them Cheap!
Genuine Pure Teas from China.
Genuine Heuo Tea, in curious Chinese boxes. SI.OO
All work done promptly In first-class manner.
7 N. FORSYTH.
All work done cheap, prompt, and well. Prices:— 1
Shirts 10c. each; Cuff's sc. a pair. Everything else in !
proper i ion. g
W. H. PATTERSOU
NO. 24 PRYOR STREET, /
Atlanta - - /
‘ANO FH ER CUTTING SOW
J. H. BOBO,||
’’p.IEOLD RELIABLE Pilon )GRAriI>ZM|
1 at his old stand. 179' 2 Marietta
size Tin-typet. taken tor 25c. Photograph.- Wt;
rate of low prices. D »n‘t wait until the
ber, as he may not be there.