80WELS MILDREN TEETHING
It is THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
for the bowels. It is one of the most pleasant atirt
efficacious remedies for all s, \ mm £ r , c< ? in £*Sl l lv‘
At a seasen when violent attacks of the are
bo frequent, some speedy relief should be at hand.
The wearied mother, losing sleep in nursing the
little one teething, should tills meoiGUae.
cts. a bottle. Send 2c. stamp to Walter A. Taylor,
Atlanta, Ga., for Riddle Book.
Tavlor’s Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Ou in 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.
For this city and other sections of this and
adjoining States, several active men to sell ma
chines. Call on or address Wheeler & Wilson
Manufacturing Co., 71 Whitehall street.
We have 2,000 tons nice, clean Glen Mary
lump coal in our elevator, ready to be delivered
to the trade at summer rates. Buy now and get
it put away before winter. J. C. Wilson & Co.,
office 7 Spring street. Telephone 312.
HOW SOME PEOPLE ACT.
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 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
one complaints—nothing but piles and habitual
constipation. It is sold by all first-class drug
gists at 50 cents a bottle.
All the Indications
Point to a heavy fall trade. Cotton, is plenty,
all crops fine, and prices on building materials
as well as other things will stiffen up. Come
and buy some lumber, doors, sash, blinds, very
low now from me, and build before the rise.
W. S. Bell,
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 your
She also took great interest in you, my boy,
when you 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 fits.
And now, when the cotton and corn is all into
market, devote a part of the proceeds of the
largest crop Georgia ever raised, to purchasing
for her a nice present.
Never mind if you don’t get Jerusia Jane that
$5 toilet set.
Jane never sat up nights and nursed you
when you had the weasels 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, only to be found at LaFontaine <fc
May’s. Order your street cars early, and come
at once to 130 West Mitchell street.
Sasli, Boors and Iltinds
Cheap as cheapest. Give us a trial. J. C.
Wilson & Co., 7 Spring street.
Wilson & Stiff, sole agents for Lathrop A
Turner’s folding insect frames, toilet frames,
extension iron frames.
Note Wliat I 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,
We mean business on electric lamps, cook, oil
* stoves and noiseless sewing- machines. Don’t
forget it—33 Pqadhtree.
If You Warn 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
Under Kimball House, corner Wall
and Pryor streets.
W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy.
Protect your eyes by using only the
best spectacles and eye-glasses, to be
found at Delkin & Kuhrt’s,
69% Whitehall st.,
Blinds, cheap, W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy.
Vernoy, railroad ticket scalper, 28 Wall.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLANTAL GA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1885.
OUR GOTHAM LETTER.
OCR COHRESPON DE. NT ENJOYS Ol'll
8-PAGES IN NEW YORK.
Atlanta and New York Contrasted. Interesting
Details ol the Great Metropolis.
Fifth Avenue, New York, September 1,1885.
En. Capitol: Many thanks for The Capitol. I was
feeling tired, half worn out, lonely and a little home
sick this evening when I culled for my mail, and oh re
ceiving it, after reading my letters, I gathered Tub Capi
tol and commenced at the very first line and read the
whole paper and then opened your double sheet. Satur
day's paper, which was an agreeable surprise to me. I
found column after • column to give me delight and
interest. You have no idea how much real energy
meant there in culling the columns of a home paper
when one is so far off;and while the mails come regularly
and they hear from home, they do not get at all the gen
eral news of the day. 1 can get good reading matter
here—3 cents for the World or Tribune and get a num
ber of daily papers for a penny each : but the news of
home is what we long for, and I would not have taken a
dollar a piece for the two copies of The Capitol. I for
got my weariness and lived for an hour or more bacic in
Atlanta, jostling against my old friends and acquaint
ances. and seeing their places of business, and I could
read their signs so familliar to memory. Allot these
things crowd together in one line of thought, and as 1
finished reading The Capitol, I thought of Atlanta com
pared to New York, instead of New York compared to
Atlanta. It makes a great deal of difference which is
put, forward and 1 think, this evening as 1 think of the
two places, I haye Atlanta front and foremost as the
garden spot of the earth. New York is a gaud place,
full of everything beautiful and lovely, but one tires of
these things and the mind seeks something to love and
wants the feeling reciprocated. The beautiful little girl
may set for hours and enjoy the fine tolls and doll cor
sages, and her guarolan nurse may give her more when
she gets tired, but the whole thing becomes a monotony
and she asks for mama to be told that mama is gone.
Just so with man; we enjoy life for a season, but the
mind becomes hungry for something to love and natur
ally it takes the direction of home and the faces of loved
ones come quickly before us and we feel that even in the
lowly cottage where words of comfort and words of love
are heard, and where hearts beat closer in time of trouble,
and words are sweeter in bouts of adversity and com
fort, and sweet peace reigns even in an humble cottage
win-re all is a solid band united in striving to meet the
cold realities of a cheerless and hard world together.
Yes, when one is in the city, town, or village in which
he lives his love is centered or. his homo; and when at
his place of business, his mind will reach out with pleas
ant thoughts in that direction: and while' he takes a
journey in a strange land his love is no less for
that home where he left his loved ones. He is surprised
at the great love, genuine, -manly honest love he feels
for the place where so many faces are familiar, and
truly he finds himself eager to meet and converse with
men who were not his friends or associates at home.
I don’t care to have you think that I am at all home
sick. I will say this, however, regarding home-sickness,
there is no greater compliment to a man’s wife and
home surroundings than for him to enjoy the thought of
havjng the pleasure of starting in that direction.
In my next. 1 will say something about cheap fare on
railroads, steamboats and horse cars, weich 1 think has
as much to do with building up a city as cheap coal or 1
good water. * W. j
illE HATHING DIVINITIES.
Blow liieGirlsof the Different Cilies
Disport in the Water.
There is all the difference in the world in the manner
in which girls bathe. A skilled observer can, at a mo
ment’s glance, tell from what city a bather comes.
The Philadelphia girl usually trots out demurely on the
sand, looks at the water, shivers and smiles, and then
grad ually approaches the surf. First, she dips her toes
in the water, gives a little scream, retreats a step or
two, and again, with a look of desperation on her face,
advances slowly toward the sea. She gets wet an inch
at a time, and shivers twice for every inch Should the
crest of a wave slap her on the back familiarly, she
screams lustily ami looks appealingly at the young
men. The Philadelphia girl has a penchant for losing
her foothold, getting down under the ropes and then
have a good-looking young man to extricate her from
predicament. She lings close around her rescuer until
she is firmly on her feet, then, slowly releasing her
grasp, apologizes with downcast eyes.
The Boston girl makes her appearance on the sand in
a picturesque anti tight-fitting suit. She advaiu es with
a soldierly stride, pauses on the water’s edge, strike:
an attitude, and acts aa though the whole world stooped
and gazed breathlessly at the vision of womanly grace
and beauty. Then she wades out in the waler and
awaits events. Suddenly a big wave dog.
bles her like a ball, plows her aquile nose in the sand
like a road-scraper, and lands her far upon the beach a
shapelessmassofredho.se, blue skirts, a/fid culture.
She rises, looks around in a dazed sori of away, and
goes up and dresses, and all day long talks about her
bath and says it was “just lovely.”
The Baltimore girl always goes in the water with her
“fellah.” She glances around as though half afraid,
and then wades boldly out after him. She clings close
ly and affectionately to George or Chollse, whatever his
name is, and gazes up in his face with a glance of rain
gled love and faith in the strong arms about her.
When the waves come George or Chollie bobs up serene
ly to its top, and all is well.
The Chicago girl is a boss girl in the surf. She never
loses her feet—can’t do it. She plungss and flounders
boldly around. Suddenly she startles the entire shore
by a series of unearthly yells. The bathing master
runs to the assistance of the frantic girl. She emerges
from the surf with a bound, and falls breathless on the
sand and kicks. A man jumps over her foot, and, near
' the southeast corner of it, discovers a small crab,
dinging tenaciously. This generally concludes the
Chicago girl’s bathing for the summer.
The New Yorker watches her chance, runs down to
the water when no one is looking, dives headlong
through a wave and suddenly appears on the surface a
couple of rolls out from the shore. Then, for half hour
she swims around a mermaid and has lots of fun all by
herself, and when she emerges front the water sin
looks pinker and prettier than ever.
The Washington girl, in white flannel suit., red stock
ings, large pokey hat trimmed in red, walks slowly to
the beach, as if conscious of her beauty, turns around to
look if she is watched and then gradually runs into the
water, swims around for a few moments and rises, Ve
nus-like, from the sea, intent upon creating a sensation.
She never stays in the water over twenty minutes at a
The Cincinnati girl, however, is the best of all. Re
gardless of who is present, she rushes into the water,
but will not allow her hair to be caressed by Neptune.
She will remain in the waler an hour of two if necessa
ry, and will allow a favored few to teach her the secrets
of the surf; To those who are not so favored, no mat
ter in what deep water she might find herself, the
“Don’t sir,” and the “No, sir.” to the proffered assist
ance become very decided and frequent. She is fond of
“ducking” those sir.: does not like, and will be more
than agreeable to those who have the good fortune to
ba?k in tin- sunshine wf her smiles. She is graceful, not
' too timid, and emerges from the water rosier and heal
thier than ever. Is it any wonder, then, that the Cin
cinnati girls are such strong favorites at the bathing
Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft have decided to make a tour
in the United States.
Miss Kate Vaughan has returned from her holiday
tour in Russia, much improved in health.
Messrs. Pettitt and Harris' new drama, to be pro
duced at the Drury Lane theater early in the coining
month, will be called Human Hature.
Miss braddon’s eldest son, George, has decided to
adopt th. stage as a profession. William, his younger
brother, will soon niak his debut as an author.
Jack o’ Diamonds is tin- title of a play by Clay
Green, in which Frederick Bryton is playing. Lt wB
first produced August 25, in Uniontown, Pa., and suc
cess is anticipated for it.
Catherine Lewis is to play in comedy this season un
der the management of John Templeton. She has a
piece called Gladys, a four-act comedy, in which she
will represent various characters.
The report that Mme. Geistinger was to come to this
country with a company of her own, for a starring sea
son is without foundation. Mme. Geistinger is now
playing through A’’stria, Russia and Germany.
M. Lav .co. ii f; -. an his season at the Grand
Opera-house, St. Paul, appearing in Yorrick's Love.
Friday night he will produce The Wonder, a favorite
with Garrick, supplemented by The King's Pleasure.
Marney McAuley, the comedian, has entered into a
five-year contract will) Mrs. Langtry’s late manager,
Mr. C. A. Mendum, to make a tour of the world. They
will devote themselves to Unde Dan'l, beginning Sep
Messrs. Kohl A Middleton will open the season at the
New Olympic, Chicago, September 7,‘ the initial at
traction being Messrs. Barron and Bates' romantic
play, A Mountain Pink, with Laura E. Dainty in the
Eben Plymton, Richard Mansfield, John Lane, Joseph
Frankan, Selina Dolaro, and Lillian Wallack will com
prise Miss Maddern’s supporting company during her
forthcoming engagement at the Lyceum theater in her
new play, In Spite of All.
Mdlle. Sarah Bernhardt has signed a contract for an
American t<»ur guaranteeing her a minimum of 225 per
formances between May, 18S6. and May. 1887, at S4OO
for each, and a percent;.of the receipts above a cer
tain amount to embrace both North and South America.
Mme. Judic will give 209 performances in America,
beginning in October and ending in May. She is guar
anteed 650,000 f. ($130,000) and expenses and a percent
age of the receipts after they reach a certain point.
She has had all her dresses made in Paris and they will
about twenty trunks. She .will travel in a palace car
while in the United States. Her repertory will include
Niniche, La Femme la Papa, Lili, La Roussotte, La
Cosaque, Mdlle. Nitouche. Les Charbonniers, Le Grand
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J
Rooms 68, 72 and 73,
Gate City National Bank Building. «
G. LIND, F. A. I. A.
Architect and Superintendent,
63 Whitehall Street, I
JHIUUE A MOkGaN, ~
3d Floor, Healy Building, B
Corner Marietta and Peachtree streets.
WM. A. HAY’iOOD. EDMUND W. MARGIN.
Haygood & martin,
17/2 Peachtree, Atlanta, Ga.
rpHOMAS L. BISHOP,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Room 2, Brown Block,
28 Wall street, Atlanta, Ga.
A LOU HL A.in,.
0. A. LOCHRANE.
ELGIN LOCHRANE, .
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
I have resumed tin- practice of law in copartner
ship with my son, Elgin, at
O. A LOCHRANE
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 Mi. 1 -i <• S- et,
If you want rock work dor-- mi t notice. Il<‘ ha - ■
for sale, l.M'b ynrils screei'ii..:- ■ i crusher, sniiv'-
for front yard valks, and al. '> sale -
yards of rubble stone, either at l.i> ry, or deli”
at reasonable prices.
TAYLOR, WYLIE Si BLYLIE, fl
Beu Uniertaiini StaHistaewi
2G WEST ALABAMA
VITE HAVE in stock and to arrive everything per* i
It tailring to the undertaking business from the'
cheapest coffin to the most expensive casket.
Full line of Ladies’, Gents and Children’s
Embalming Bodies a ialty.
FRANK yBLYLIE, Business Manager.
A FINE LIVERY,
With Carriages and Hearses connected with the Estab
lishment- ZACH. TAYLOR, Manager.
Tie Leading Shoemaker and Repairer of the City
The BEST OF WORK executed and special paint
taken with EEPAIR WORK.
18 1-2 Marietta Street,
Tinder Cannon House.
OPHIMiBy B. Woolley, M. D.’
EIU 111 Atlanta, Ga.
Reliable evidence given and
& WHISKY re f erence 1° cured patients and
u. imwni physicians.
H-ihifc fn*o Kc,,d fnr m - T Eook on t,ie
udbltS UUio Habitsand their Cure. Free.
4th Warcl Drug Store !
A COMPLETE Stock of Select Drugs, Toilet Articles,
etc. Prescriptions compounded day and night,
i Our stock of Patent Medicines c iimct be excelled. O;
I ders from the countw will ’-wi- ■ , pt ntion. I
PR. J. F. ROUGH TON A CO., ■
522 D -eatnr street. 1
Try Boughton's Specific for Liarrhm.i and Dysentery
Sold bv a' l dniffi'ist •
THE NICEST SIGNS’
ARE MADE BY
V 4 I.WTEB A' S9N,
50 Peachtrek Streit.
PAINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Ct buy, Bell or exchange a Dog ot any kind, or have,
'ycrurdog finely trained* It so, address.with stamps.
GATE CITY KENNEL. 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
s. a. colesT
’69 M .*?IE'I I A STREET.
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 lean What We Say.
—WE ARE OFFERING—
Boys’ & CMitas’ Suits
Come in and we will please you,'both
I in prices and quality.
las. A. Anderson &Co.,
HA RD W ARE!
Scissors, Haritware and Tinware,
AND SAVE MONEY.
GEO. E. KING & CO.,
49 - PEACHTREE STREET. - 40
VOES AN EXCHANGE BANKING BUSINESS OF
iJ ail kinds, the same as other banks. Accounts 01
banks, merchants and others thankfully received. Al
lows interest on time deposits. City collections made
free. Open Bto 4. JOHN H. JAMES,
Wheeler I. sci
NEW NO. 8,
Recent! v Im r r ved.
IT RUNS THE LIGLTEST,
And has no noisy shuttle. It is
not dangerous to health like
heavy running and noisy
Send your name and address and we will place
one on trial at your house without placing you
i under obligations to buy.
WHBELER A WILSON MANUF’G CO.
| 71 Whitehall st. ’
NEXT REGULAR SESSION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 6TH.1885. FACILITIES FOR MEDICAL INSTRUCTION
ARE UNSURPASSED. THE
IVY STREET HOSPITAL.
In connection with the College, furnishes an abundance of chemical material for illustrating all Diseases.
For Catalogue, terms, etc., address Dean’s Office,’
DR. WM. PERRIN NICOLSON, Dean,
P. O. Box, 234. CONSTITUTION BUILDING.
I NEED A THE NICEST YOU ARE RIGHT,
K SERVED IN THE CITY.
ALSO, THE FINEST /V jgW
Wkiskies, Vines, Brandies,
MMI AND CIGARS.
f ALSO, AGENT FOR
PILSENER PALE BEER,
WNwIXfJK Drawn Ice Cool, in Stone Mugs. J /
wi. ! / KgF”'
urink'VL.ing. SANK SAMPLE ROOM, bank sample room.
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.
BEST DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Will® Remove® Across®tlie® Streets* to® 34® Peachtree,® September® Ist.
Ar Jr* 7 ' Lll—hfrfc
Do you want to get a New Automatic $50.00 Sewing Machine
FREE! FREE! FREE
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 he drawn by a disinterested persroi. and the Lady holding the Lucky
Number will get the New $50.00 Automatic Sewing Machine. Remember the place. White Sewing Machine Office,
t;.~> and 67 Pea< bn ee. t
FAIRBANKS & COOK,
JI AM FACT! KIiKS OF
Stencils, Seals, Rubber Stamps,
Brands, Uy J Figures. Etc.
No. 57 Broad Street., ----- Atlanta, Georgia.
I The Only House in Atlanta
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
FEmitnrß ani Cai'pets Wtal
ANDREW J. MILLER,
Big 44 Peachtree Street., ATLANTA, GA.
B Established 1860. i |■ ■
Upholstering in all Its Branches. P|| T nr - rßfiMfx
Bedding Awnings, Tents and Mosquito | I I II La I I 11^11 ■I nv
Nets. First-Class Work a Specialty
Terms Cash. Ido not buy or sell on credit. 1
A. ERGENZINGER, MADE TO ORDER.
N°. 12 EAST HUNTER STREET. o
'E' O 7VI 7W T\T art l’ rt ‘P to make Frames of every description
• ’ ’at prices unequaled iu Atlanta.
MANLI- ACTURER OF sure lo us placing orders.
FINE SHOES. E. A. HORNE & CO.,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Repairing promptly and neat- '
ly done. 13Peachtree st. No. 19 Kimball House,|Decatur Street