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In the brief editorial on the second page on
“Ben Hill,” the word “sacrified” should be
“sanctified,”and the line should read:
“His pathetic death sanctified it.”
M. M. Mauck, paper decorator and painter.
Mr. W. H. Hidell is in town.
Mr. Hart Joseph is in the city.
Douglass Glessner, of the Griffin News is in
Mr. J. C. Cooper has purchased a home in
Messrs. P. W. Douglas and A. Wolf are in
R. W. Grubb, of the Darien Timber Gazette,
is in town.
John Triplett, of the Thomasville Times, is
in Atlanta. , ,
Joe Blanc, candidate for Congress, of Cedar
town, is in Atlanta.
Mr. G. E. Stone, of the Athens Chronicle, is
on a visit to the city.
Captain John J. Sea, who has been in the city,
has returned to Rome.
Messrs. W. G. McClellan, J. D, Hightower
and T. W. Bearden, are in Athens.
Mrs. W. N. Rangon is in the city at the bed
side of her mother, who is quite ill.
Tom Murry has been quite sick in Acworth,
for several days, but we hope will soon be able
to return to Atlanta.
Fresh meats, fish and oysters. Sign of the
red snapper. 94 W. Peters.
Go to W. S. Bell, 25 Ivy street, when you
want anything in building material.
Get a can of Duffy’s half Jersey b utter, 3
pounds in a san at 90 cents, 75 Peachtree street.
I have just received 100 3 pound cans of half
Jersey butter at 90c per can. Duffy, 75 Peach
Mr. Glass, of the Montgomery Advertiser, is.
in the city—a handsome journalist. .
If you want the finest butter in town half
Jersey in 6 pound cans $1.75 per can. Call and
see Duffy, 75 Peachtree street.
Mrs. John Mclntosh And daughter of Sunny
side, are. visiting Mrs. N. C. Munroe, on Hood
Cheap chairs for sale. Used only at the
Moody and Sankey meetings, at Bell street com
press. Apply to James W. Harle.
If you love a good, sweet butter, something of
a high standard quality, go to Duffy’s, 75 Peach
tree street, and get a 31b. can for 90c.
Major Bacon and Judge Simmons, the Macon
candidates for Governor, are in the city.
Don’t be a clam and buy oleomargarine when
you can get half Jersey butter at less than 30c
per pound at Duffy’s, 75 Peachtree street.
Mr. Davis has been tendered the freedom of
the city by the City Council.
If you want good board and nice rooms, go to
Mrs. Adair’s. 42 N. Collins, where everything
is kept in first-class order, prompt and polite
servants. See their locals elsewhere.
Gen. C. A. Evans, the former pastor of the
First Methodist church in Atlanta and univer
sally loved here, is in the city and took part in
the memorial exercises.
Motes’ best cabinet photographs at $4 per
doz. Join a club and secure your ticket and
sit at your convenience. Members of clubs are
entitled to same privileges as those who pay
regular prices. Call at gallery and see samples
of the work.
I have bought the whole product of a half
Jersey farm in North Georgia, and the people of
Atlanta will now be treated to some nice butter
at little cost. Don’t be a clam and not come
and see this butter, and then don’t be a clam,
but buy it. Duffy, 75 Peachtree street.
Water has been carried into the Houston
street main and Jackson hill now has a plug at
Fort, Hilliard, Jackson streets and the Boule
vard. Let the good work go on.
Henry Durand,the live and efficient restaurant
man, is having a great rush. His famous meals
are known all over the South. He spares
neither time nor money to make his guests sat
isfied. While the hotels are crowded and un
pleasant step in at Durand’s cool dining room
to-day and get a diu». fit for a king. He also
serves pure ice cream. Step in and see him.
Colonel W. P. Price, of Dahlonega, ex-Con
gressman, is in the city and attended the Mika
do last night.
The Capitol said yesterday that the popular
grocer, T. C. May son, hid painted the town red
the night before. That was good enough as far
as it went, but it may have left a wrong im
pression. The article should have gone a little
farther and stated that he painted it red with a
bran new, neat and nobby, red delivery wagon.
Mayson is always upjo something new.
A Regular Surprise.
The decoration in the Surprise Store windows
of the Ben H. Hill monument is v-;y beautiful.
The base oi" the monument is made of field dai
sies and pedestel of variegated roses and the top
of Immortelles, near the top of the monument,
is a portrait of Mr. Hill set in a bed of roses
and underneath the portrait are the
letters, B. H. Hill, in silver.
Set in velvet at the base are these inscriptions
(in the front are the words): “Who saves his
country saves himself;” in silver letters to the
right of the monument are these words in gold,
“‘We are in the.house of our father.’ Our
brothers are our companions, and we are at
home to stay, tbank God.” And on the left the
words in gold, “First in the hearts of his coun
That the best is the people’s choice, is proven
by the success of the leading harness men of
Georgia, Messrs. C. W. Motes A Co., who
make strictly band-made goods and for which
they have a big reputation all over the State.
A visit to their store at 96 Whitehall street,
will pay anyone. They have in stock one of the
finest, most complete and stylish stocks of har
ness, saddlery, whips and lad dusters, marked
at the very lowest prices. Call and see,whether
you want to purchase or not.
' eb stands’ Something flue. I have
them to please everybody. All prices!
Good stock! P H Snook.
pliant uit o L
Eight Hours a. Daj’s Work.
Associated Press to Capitol.
St. Leuia, May I.—The furniture manufac
turers of this city, formed an association last
night and unanimously resolved to operate their
factories on the eight hours per day system, af
ter to-day, on the basis of the eight hours’,
wages. They also resolsed that they will toler
ate no interference as to whom they shall em
or how their business shall be managed. An
executive committee of seven appointed, to
which will be settlement all differences which
may arise. In some cases of failure to settle
any serious trouble a general shutdown of fac
tories may at any time be'ordered. The execu
tive committee knights of Labor reported at a
late hour last night that they had taken no ac
tion that they wished to make public. The
affairs of the committee remain in statu quo.
Ths Eight Hour in Chicago.
Associated Press to Capitol.
Chicaoo, May 1.‘ —Fully 500 striking railroad
freight hands met at the Harrison street viaduct
near the westside Union Passenger Depot, at 8
o’clock this morning. ' Speeches were made by
two or three leaders in Which they declared that
it was the duty of the freight handlers on all
Chicago roads to enforce their demands now for
shorter hours, while working men in all depart
ments of trade were doing so. The sentiment
was cheered, and upon the suggestion of some
one in the crowd, the men started for the Wa
bash freight yards to urge the men employed
there to s’top work. The crowd increasing in
size as it moved, entered Wabash yards and
the men there at once began quitting work. A
complete cessation of work in these yards seem
Fifty men unloading vessels at the Rock
Island and Lake Shore docks on the river
struck for eight hours and stopped work. The
officials in Rock Island and Lake Shore yards
were clearing np all freight in *expectation of a
strike among men there.
The freight house men, among the Fort
Wayne men, this morning made a demand for
eight hours, and will stop at noon unless it is
The drivers and contractors on the Blue Island
Scence at the uhveiling of the Hill Monument at 11:30 this morning. Sketched by Tnx Capitol's special artist on the spot, engraved and
in print three hours afterwards.
W.I > f
lllf. jlf IB Mwiw'
THE HILL STATUE.
Os the latest patterns, just received.
Something' new. Less than manufac
turers cost or on the installment plan.
P H Snook.
Mauck has the boss sign painter now.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 1. 1886.
line ofthe West Division Car Company, de
manded a reduction of their trips.
The freight handlers* in the Wabash yards
stopped work in a body and joined in the proces
sion, which then proceeded to the Rock Island
yards, where they induced all men employed in
the freight houses there to abandon their posi
tions. New recruits joined the column, which
next visited the Louisville, New Albany and
Chicago railway, where they were also success
ful in their efforts with freight handlers. The
procession, which now numbers some twolhou
aand.ig circulating around to the different rail
ways. There is much enthusiasm and cheering
in their ranks, but so far there has been nc dis
It is reported that a crowd of some 300 or 400
men are marching in the neighborhood of the
McCormick Works in the southwestern out
skirts of the city with a red flag at the head of
their celumn. The works are all idle to-day,the
men having asked for and been given a holiday.
The Fulton Mill.
The Capitol, afew days ago, contained a
lengthy article giving the particulars of a meet
ing that was held by the operatives of the Ful
ton cotton mill, to consider the matter of peti
tioning the company to reduce their working
hours to to 11 hours a day. A final settlement
has been made .by compromising the matter,
reducing the hours of work to 69 per week.
In the particulars of the meeting, our report
er was misled to say that Mr. Allen had seen
Mr. Elsas, this was a m'sfake and we correct it
with pleasure. It was Mr. King, the superin
tendent, that Mr. Allen saw about the matter.
Later—The case, while it has been settled by
the company reducing, the. hours per day from
12 to 11%, yet. the mill will now run during the
noon hour of 45. minutes, which the help claim
increases the hours to 73% per week instead es
72 as before. The help will call an indignation
meeting and then decide what to do.
A t.reat Crowd.
Atlanta has had the pleasure of entertaining
a big crowd of people to-day, and has done hon
or to illustrious sons of the South, and a great
many people will embrace this opportunity of
visiting the sales-rooms of the Wheeler A Wil
son company ard inspect the beautiful work
done on their new No. 8. They do embroidery
and all kinds of fancy work on the new No. 8 in
an elegant manner and it is a treat to visit their
rooms, 71 Whitehall. ,
Boneless hams at Rauachenb irg’s.
100 Dozen Battan Chairs at the C. F.
; H. I. G. P. H. Snook.
Moxie is the only harmless and effective
M. M. Mauck, wall paper and paints.
Jeff Davis Reviews the Confed
A GRAND PARADE BY NOBLE PITRIOTS.
FIFTY THOUSAND SOULS BY
' PATRIOTISM MOVED
To Pay Tribute to the Memory
of their Illuserious Heroes.
The scene at the Monument of Geor
gia’s Noblest bon.
THE STATUE UNVEILED BI H«N.
H'tAKY W. CHADY.
The Grand and Patriotic Address of
Hon. J. C. C. Black.
THE GREAT DAVIS SPEAKS TO HIS
'tfhe Greatest Day Atlanta Has ever
Jeff Davis has spoken to his people.
Atlanta has recorded her greatest day of pub
Benjamin Harvey Hill, the noblest son of
Georgia, has been fitly honored and a monument
unveiled which will ever commemorate his
More than fifty thousand people thronged the
streets, viewed the parade and crowded around
the monument to hear the speeches of the ora
tors of the day.
TUB HILL STATUS.
To the Hon. Joseph H. Morgan, it is said, is
due the organization of the Hill Monument As
sociation. Three yaars ago the Association
was formed and te-day the fruition of its hopes
have been fully realized.
The statue js facing the citv. The Senator
is standing with one hand on bis desk and the
oiler in sr tety Vs-itim by bis side. ’ The face
is a g< < d lil.rtsfXtd the Melee les been pro
ncvtrrd ly ell vbo Were intimefely acquainted
with the lenenhd Senator, as well represent
Fronting the Peechtree junction, in the dirse
tion of the city, the side has this ineciiptien:
“BINJAiIN HARVEY HILL,
Bonn Bsi'TKMSicK 14,
Dikd Ai’Cvbt 6,11182.
This monument Is erected by bls
Fellow Citizens in commemorotlon ot
The Indomitable courage, unrivaled
Eloquence and devoted patriotism
Characterizing the Illustrious dead.”
The inscription on the New Peachtree side is
“Member of the House of Represefatives of
Georgia, during 1851 and 1852; Senator of
Georgia 1859 and I 860; Member of the Con
vention of 1861; Beloved in private life; Dis
tinguished at the bar, and Eminent in Public
relations; he was at all times, the Champion
of Human Liberty.”
The side fronting on old or West Peachtree
street has this inscription:
Member of the Provisional Congress of the
Senator of the Confederate States from 1861 to
Member of tbe House of Representatives of the
United. States from 1875 to 1878;
Senator of the United States from 1878 to the
date of his death.
The side in the rear, looking baek upon tbe
house between new and West Ptacbtree streets,
has this inscription:
“We are In tbe bou<« if our father.,
Our brother, are our compasions.
A»d wo art at home to stay, thank God.”
Who save bl. country .are. himself,
Save, all things, and all thing, saved
Do bless him. Who let. his country die,
Lets all things die, dies himself Ignobly,
And all things dying curse him.
“The Union under the Constitution knows
No asstloa, bnt does know all the States.”
—Speech in the U. S. Senate, June 11,1879.
Ata very early hour this morning the im
mense crowd of visitors who had congregated in
the city began to pour into tbe streets in
swarms, and bv 7 o’clock all the streets ia the
central part of the city were crowded witn a
mass of people all eager to see everything that
transpired. All the railroads brought in im
mense crowds. Tbe Central road
j ran in with large trains crowded even to
the platforms. The W. A A’s. train of 7
cars from Chattanooga arrived about 6:15. On
ly standing room; fully *OO on this train. Tbe
Marietta accommodation brought in * cars.
On this train, many ladies had to stand np.
I The Cobb couniy brigade of veterans, 150
strong, headed by Gen. Wm. Phillips
came on this train and took their place
. in the line. The Georgia road’s accommodation
and fast mail were each crowded. The A r
Line brought immense crowds. The Week
Point road’s trains weie crowded, as only that
road can be on such occasions. Fully ten thou
sand people arrived in tbe city from sun down
yesterday to 9 o’clock to-day. Many ladies
among the number. At 7 o’clock tbe Gate City
Continued on 4th page.
IT GETS THERE
The Butterfly has wings of gold,
The Firefly has wings of flame,
The Bedhug has no wings at all,
But he gets there all the same.
Will prevent them getting there.
IN LARGE BOTTLES—Price 25 Oents.
MOXIE, The New Nerve Food, 40 “
GL INN’S PIONEER BLOOD RE-
BLUE MOTTLED SOAP,
Full Size, 2Oc. bar.
Don’t forget that John M. Miller, at 31 Mari
etta st., has a complete stock of books, periodi
cals, stationery, baseball goods, hammocks,
croquet sets, etc.
Don’t fail tn call nn Smith & Turner and see
the great bargains they offer in kid, silk and
lisle gloves, and ladies’, misses’ and children’s
Excellent. T. A C. Flour, patent, 75c per
sack. Tresillian A Caverly, 126 Decatur st.
CEDAR LINING FOR BOXES.
SOME OF THE FINEST IN THE
CITY, AT THE C. F- H. I. G., FOR
CASH OR INSTALLMENT.
P. H. SNOOK.
Moxie is for the nervous system only. Ask
your druggist for it.
SEVERAL OAR LOADS
Os Furniture, the finest in the city, re
ceived at the 0. F. H. I. G., will be sold
at less than manufacturers prices for
cash or on the installment plan. P. H.
Remember that Moxie is only for nervousness
and its results.
Go to Watt & Huff, 91 Whitehall
street, and get their prices in Wagons,
Osrriages, Buggies and Harness. They
have tha largest stock of Buggies in the
Dr. Hawthorne will preach at the First Bap
tist church to-morrow morning at 11 o’clock.
Subject: “The Great Reward of a Noble Deed.”
No service at night.
Fresh lot at C. A. Rauschenberg’s, 133 White
hall street. Telephone 446.
IS THE ONLY HARMLESS AND EFFECTIVE NERVE FOOD KNOWN
WHICH LEAVES NO AFTER-EFFECTS, AND IS WITHOUT
STIMULANT OR ALCOHOL.
It ia a delicious Beverage and will positively recover
Brain and Nervous Exhaustion,
Destroy thirst for Alcoholic Drinks,
Restore the Appetite,cure Dyspepsia.
GIVE REFRESHING SLEEP AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF TO ANY TROUBLE
ARISING FROM NERVOUSNESS.
MXOIE COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga.
fITFfIR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 50 CENTS QUART BOTTLE.
Hard AVood Lumber
HAVING PUT IN MACHINERY EXPRESSLY FOR WORKING HARD WOOD LUMBER,
lam now prepared to fumleb the same Rough or Dr.oaed as may be desired. I also do Wood Turning,|Borol
Sawing, and Re-Sawing in tbe b' .t manner
Newels, Rails and Balusters
Always on band. Alm Thin Wood for Bracket Sawing. I have two steam Dry (Kilns, an*
finish Kila Drio* Lomber wh«n desired. Ynrdnnd Hill, 40Callimn Mt.
J. C. PECK.
101 Whitehall St. Cor. Mitchell.
Do not pay Enor
mous Prices for Pre
scriptions and Fam
ily Medicines when
you can come to us
and save from 25 to
50 per cent.
Patent Medicines as Lon as the
Blue Mottled Castile, - -20 c per bar.
Brown Mottled Castile, -10 c per lb.,
White Castile, - - - -15 c per lb.,
Toilet Soaps 40c. per doz. and upwards.
Try a box of our “CREAM OF LILIES” Soap,
only 20 cents.
Telephone 670; NIGHT BELL. Packages delivered to
any part of the city.
Maltry’s Tonsorial Emporium.
I still claim that I have the finest, largest, and beat
sonducted Barber Shop and Bath Rooma in the South; It
Is an indisputable fact that to surround yourself with
good order and objects of beauty benefits you more men
tally and morally'than you are aware of, and vies versa.
I employ none bnt sober and first-class barbers. Being
i practical barber myself I can guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronage la earnestly and respectfully solicited.
PHIL MAI,TRY, Prop.,
CAN’T YOU BUY.
YES, EVERYBODY CAN BUY FUR
NITURE NOW. I AM SELLING AT
LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS
PRICES, FOR CASH OR ON THE
INSTALLMENT PLAN. P. H. SNOOK.
You will make a big mistake if you buy your
white goods before you see the big drives offer
ed in this line by Smith A Turner, the new firm
at 33 Peachtree street.
Henienabor the Baltimore Syndicate
On West Peachtree and North avenue are to be
sold next Wednesday at 8 p. tn. Terms very
easy; property very choice. Sam’l W. Goode.
Nine-tenths of the prevailing illness comes
frond nervous exhaustion.
Moxie will positively cause refreshing sleep.
Good Hams retailing at 11c. Tresillian A
Caverly, 126 Decatur street.
The rapid popularity that Moxie has attained
in this city, proves the excellence of the food.
Price only 50c quart bottle.