lotnal Humber Issued To-Day, • 5,800
Actual Number Issued to Subscribers, 5,328
Limited by Capacity of Press.
Anyone having an item of personal mention or news
happening, will confer a favor by handing it te one of
The Capitol staff, each of whom wears a silver sac
simile of the above signet.
Mr. J. M. England, who has been acting as
our advertising canvasser, is no longer connect
ed in any way with The Capitol, he having
left our employ, he has no authority to repre
sent The Capitol in any manner.
The Evening Capitol Co.
The wires bring us important news of the
Congress has legalized the incorporation of
trade unions. ,
The failure of the Western butter king, Boies,
is a big thing, reaching $300,000.
By all means there should be a right of ap
peal from the assessment of the city tax asses
Col. W. C. Glenn was in the city yesterday
afternoon. He is doing a good work for Gen.
Gordon in the State. The Colonel will probably
enter the race for Congress from Seventh Dis
trict', and if elected will do great honor to his
The Recorder this morning fined Governor
Bullock $5 for interferring with officers in ar
resting a man at the Cotton Mill. We have no
idea that Governor Bullock meant to violate law
but we endorse the action of the Recorder in
vindicat ng the authority of the city govern
ment. It is a small infraction of a great princi
ple, in which large consequences are involved.
Mrs. Benton’s Ciuderella.
Mrs. Benton has captured Atlanta with her
operetta of Cinderella. It is a remarkable per
formance and a rare tribute to her powers of or
She will have her children photographed at
the matinee to-morrow afternoon in their pic
turesque garbs. The picture will be a souvenir
of the occasion.
In spite of inclement nights she has drawn
crowded houses. To-night will be abeautifu
night. Let every one use the chance to see the
A SIDEWALK SENSATION.
What a Capitolite Dropped, on to
As the moon rode serenely in the heavens and
the stars were sparkling in their glory, last
night, a paragraphist of The Capitol staff
might have been seen taking it cool and easy
walking down toward Brooklyn. Soon after
passing Spring street, he struck up with a large
crowd who were indulging in a warm talk.
Climbing into the nearest sycamore tree with
gaping mouth and attentive ear, he leaned over
to hear what was being said. It was but a
moment before he found out that they were
discussing economy and that they all agreed
with one accord that it was wise economy to
trade with A. H. Nickless, the boss grocer, the
man that sells that fine country butter at 20c.
per pound, and fresh country eggs, and always
has a nice supply of fresh vegetables, and that
has made arrangements to keep uncanvassed
Bove brand hams all summer, and the man
that always gives full weight and full and over
running measure, at 134 and 136 Marietta.
Parties contemplating a visit to the
seashore would do well to call and ex
amine the large stock of repellant goods
specially woven for Bathing Suits at
Chamberlin, Johnson & Co.
Ed. B. Fletcher makes all-wool pants
at $5.25. 9 Whitehall street.
For goodness sake rer-1 Thorn's “Ad.”
Put Thi« in Tour Scrap Book.
Don’t waste your time or trouble yourself as
to where you shall buy your teas, coffees and
sugars. We don’t allow anybody to sell cheaper
than we do Great A. &P. Tea Co., 75 White
Fine all-wool Worsted Pants made to
order, $7.25. Ed. B. Fletcher, Agent
Browning, King& Co., 9 Whitehall.
Two Lota of the Atkinson Property,
on Jackson Street,
At auction Tuesday, June 15th, at sp. m. Call
for plats. Sam’l W. Goode.
Trv our prices on furniture. John Neal A
Co., i and 9 south Broad.
The Bycvcle Club meets to-night at their
hall, Marietta street. All the members are
invited to be present.
Ice Cream Soda 5c., Bramlett’s.
MOXIE NERVE FOOD
On Draught at H. C. Beerman’s Soda
The Gray Property on the Boulevard
Tuesday, June 15th, at 4 p. m. Plats at my
office. Sam’l W. Goode.
. “D» lour Best.”
Because you have no market house to go te,
it is no excuse that you sheuld not do your best
when buying your table supplies. For Cherries
in abundance. Raspberries, Spring Chickens,
Home-raised Vegetables of every kind, the best
in the market fresh daily, go to Culberson A
Cameron, where von will also find a first-class
stock of staple an t fancy groceries. No. 106
Ed. B. Fletcher, agent for Browning,
King & Co., New York. Clothing made
to order. 9 Whiteh all street.
11 au I an it 01.
THE HUGE BUTTER KING FAIL
URE GROWS BIGGER.
labama Convention—Seay Nomina
ted on the 31st Ballot.-,
Special to Evening Capitol,
Montgomery, Ala., June 11 3 p. m,—On ‘he
31st ballot Hon. Thos. Seay,.of Hale, was nom
inated for governor amid the wildest excite
He has been President of the Senate and is
about 40 years old, and was a prive in the Con
C. H. Williams.
The Belfast Biots.
Press to Capitol.
Belfast, Ireland, June 11.—The Associated
Press reporter who was detailed to remain on
the scene of the riots at 5 o’clock this morning
reported as follows:
“I remained among the rioters all night. The
greatest damage in the way of wrecking and
looting was done along Shank Hill and York
roads. The fighting in both thoroughfares was
desperate and continuous. The mob was com
posed es the lowest ruffians. The bayonets of
the police had no terrors for them and in many
cases I saw the mob in overwhelming num
bers press up against the bayonets
of the police and drive them back. The only
instance in which the police drove the mob
at all, so far as 1 observed, were those in which
the officers in compact line fired at close range
in rapid volleys of buckshot. These rioters
could not stand against this and were driven
back. But even under such a gailing
fire the rioters would drop to the pavements and
rush upon the police while they were reloading.
Fighting of this kind at such close range as to
be practically hand to hand was continued until
2 o’clock this morning, when twilight began to
dawn and so many of the rioters disappeared as
to . leave a mob of insufficient strength as to
longer cope with armed police, who succeeded
in dispersing them.
My observation shows that the mob of last
night was composed of the very scum of Bel
fast. I saw members of it throw paving stones
weighing 15 and 20 pounds. I even saw fiends
burling rocks at the gallant firemen
who were imperilling their lives in attempts to
save dwellings from destruction by incendiary
fires and helpless inmates from horrible deaths.
If anything else was wanting to prove the char
acter of the mob it would be furnished
by dozens of ruffians I saw during the
the night sneaking away from wrecked or burn
ing buildings laden down with booty. It is im
possible to describe the state of terror under
which respectabl" Catholic people of Belfast are
now living in consequence of the prevalent an
archy of bigotry. The bravest of them hardly
dare to venture out of doors in daylight even.
I know that scores of people were shot dur
ing last night’s riots. I saw ten taken to the
hospitals this morning. It is feared that every
funeral of victims of the riots may provoke a
fresh outbreak. The law abiding citizens de
mand of the government the appointment of a
special commission to inquire into the causes of
the whele disorder.
Trade I nions Legalized.
Associated Press to Capitol.
Washington, D. C., June 11.—House—On
motion the O’Neil Missouri Senate bill (similar
to the one introduced in the House by O’Neil)
was passed, to legalize the incorporation of na
tional trade unions.
The private business having been dispensed
with, a session was ordered for to-night for con
sideration of the legislative appropriation bill,
and also a session for to-morrow night for con
sideration of the Pension bills.
Cobb, of Indiana, from the Committee on
Public Lands, reported back the Atlantic and
Pacific land forfeiture bill with Senate amend
ments, and moved concurrence in amendments.
No action taken, and on motion laid over until
The House then went into committee of the
whole (Blount in the Chair) on the Legislative,
Executive and Judicial appropriation bill.
Associated Press to Capitol.
Washington, June 11.—In the Senate to-day
Witthorne gave notice that on the next legisla
tive day he would call up for the purpose of
making some remr-ks on it, the bill “To pro
mote the political progress and commercial
prosperity of American nations. (This is Frye’s
bill providing for a congress of American na
On motion of Dolph, the Senate then took up
the Northern Pacific railroad ferfeiture bill.
Senator George addressed the Senate on the
The Butter King’s Failure.
Associated Press to Capitol.
Chicago, June 11. —A special from Elgin, 111.,
says: Latest developments show the failure of
Boies, the “Butter King,” to be even worse than
was thought. It is estimated now that his lia
bilities are over $250,000, and may reach S3OO
- His assets aggregate only about $65,000.
New York Provision Market.
Associate! Press to Capitol.
Naw York. June 11 —Flour—Dull, weak. Wheat—
Corn—Higher. Pork—Unchanged at 9 2.V0.9 51. Lard
—Firm at 6 25, Turpentine—Dull at33}£. Freight*
Liverpool Cotton War Het.
Associated Press to Capitol.
Ltvxbpool. June 11. noon—Cotion- Dull with limit
speculation and expo. t, 1.000. Receipts, 3,4oobales;
all American; futures | dull :| June and July. 5 4-64
ber, 5 6-64; September and October, 5 2-64: Novem
ber, 5 62-64. Tenders. 800, new; 1,200 old docket. Sales
for the wee* 67.050 ; American 46,00*; speculators tbok
12.00*: exporters took 1,700; actual export 3.800; im
ports 60,0<>*: American 43,000; stock 643,00*; American
45*,000; afl2at 232,00*: American 104,CH.
Wheat—Dull; demand poor; supply in excess es de
mand ; red WeMem spring *s lid, winter 6s
Com —Firm and fair demand.
Liverpool, June 11, Ip. m, —Sales, American, 6,800
bales: June, 5 444, buyers: June and July, 5 4-64
buyers; July and August, 5 5-64, sellers: August and
September. 5 6-64 fliers: September and October,
5 2-64 buyea; Uctoaer and November, 4 63-64 buyers
November and December. 4 62-64 buyers; December
and January, 4 62-64 buyers; September,|s 6-64 buyers.
Futures closed dull.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 11. 1886
APPEAL FROM TAX ASSESSORS.
Councilman Bell’s Resolution and
What Will he Done With It.
Since the introduction of Councilman Bell’s
resolution, touching the right ot appeal from
the assessments of the city tax assessors, con
considerable talk has bsen created about the
matter. The resolution as adopted, in full is
as follows :
Whereas there is a great complaint amongst
taxpayers because of there being no right of
appeal from the decision of the city assessors in
fixing the valuation of property; and whereas
the right of appeal is an inalienable right that
sheuld not be infringed :
Resolved, That the committee on legislation
be instructed to prepare an amendment to the
charter which will secure to any property holder
who mav feel himself agrieved, life right of ap
peal to the General Council. i
Resolved, further, That said committee take
all necessary steps to secure the passage of
such amendment. Adopted.
Aidermen Cooper, who is chairman of the
committee on Legislation, said to a Capitol
reporter that he was in favor of steps being
taken to carry out the above resolution. An
appeal of some kind was absolutely necessary,
but it must be so regulated as to prevent the
Council being flooded with frivolous suits.
FOUND ON THE STREETS.
A Little Boy who Has been Lost for
Sometime Found This Morning.
About half-past 11 o’clock a dry goods sales
man from New York was taking in Whitehall
street and met up with a small lost boy about 4
The little fellow could not tell where his home
was er who his father and mother were. He
was closely questioned but could not furnish
the drummer with anything that would tell of
The gentleman turned the little boy over to
an officer of the police and he was carried to the
stationhouse. There information had been left
about two days ago that a little son of Mrs.
Solomon had left home and could not be found.
Keeper Ryan knew at once where the boy be
longed and sent him home. But few can imag
ine the joy of the mother’s heart when she saw
her httle son coming home.
The little fellow could only say that he had a
brother named Jimmie, and he would talk about
Jimmie to the officers.
Why he strayed Jfrorr “home could not be
ascertained as the little fellow was found at such
a late hour.
DUFFY TAKES ISSUE.
He Gets on His War Paint.
The following was sent to The Capitol this
morning by Duffy, the Peachtree street grocer,
which will explain itself :
“Editors Capitol—Gents : Hearing that I
would have to take back certain words used by
me in my interview with your reporter a few
days ago or be bounced,. I now take pleasure
in explaining myself in away that the good peo
ple of Atlanta can understand me. i
“As you know, the old saying is an Irishman
has got leave in any community to speak twice.
He has to do it before any one in that commu
nity can understand him.
“N ow the team of my argument in my inter
terview with your reporter was on a Dultreat
grocers and that it was getting to be chronic in
Right here I will say that there are in this
city some very honorable grocery merchants —
men who will not fib to sell a bill of groceries.
I could say to you here is 16 lbs. granulated
sugar for one dollar.
“Can I safely do that?
“No, I can’t and make money.
“I’ll tell you what I could do. I could take
10 pounds of granulated sugar and five pounds
of grape sugar and sell you 15 pounds for sl,
and then make money, as the grape sugar only
cost 2 cents per pound. This is deception, and
I will not indulge in it.
“If I can’t sell pure goods, I won’t sell none.
“I could and always did contend that when
there is a place for any person, place or thing,
that thing ought to be in its proper place. For
instance, a farmer ought to be on bis farm; a
doctor ought to have practice; a mechanic to be
in his shop; a butcher in his slaughter house;
a peddler on the streets, and so every man
ought to be at what be is best adapted to, but
O how cruel for men of this stamp to go at the
I will venture to say without fear of contra
diction that if you took the above stamp of
merchants who are in business in this city, and
place before them three cakes of cheese—let one
cake be skim, the other a half skim, and the
third be a pure cream, and I will venture to say
that they can not tell the difference.
Thia is the kind of a man who buys and sells
It’s not his fault—he don’t know the differ
On the other hand, take a man who has been
brought up in b's business, blindfold him, place
him in the room where the cheese is, and he can
tell you tne diffeience from the sense of smell.
Do you discover the point at issue?
J. J. DUFFY,
A Capitol reporter had an interesting inter
view with W. H. Brotherton, the enterprising
dry goods merchant at 103, 105, 107 and 109
Whitehall and 2 and 4 West Mitchell streets,
this city, this morning. He said that his trade
since the Ist of January last, had been 25 per
cent larger than for the corresponding months
for the past five years and that he attributes
his increase of business to the low prices be
is offering and to Atlanta’s growth and gen
era) prosperity. Asa sample of the great bar
gains be is now ofiering he gives the
firices of a few goods in the different
ines be carries. Read and remember the fol
lowing: Gents white vests 50c: nothing larger
th*o 37; men’s and boys’straw bats very cheap;
2,000 prices ribbons al less than half price; fig
ured la-’e bunting in delica'e shades, la
dies’ and misses parasols at your own price;
colored chambrys in assorted shades
Crinkle seersucker prints 7c- checked
nainsook 8c; Crinkle see-sucker, cream
color, 10c: plaid ginghams, sc; ladies and miss
es shoes, 75c; stripe dress s’lks, 25c; misses’
and children’s shoes in bron-e and cream color,
50c; ladies’ serge slippers, 25c; 4 oz. zepb- for
25c: 2,000 pairs ladies’ and misses’ kid gloves,
10c; colored satins in all shades, 25c; solid col
ored bunting, 10c; men’s and boy’s clothing
greatly reduced. See his 5 and 10c counters.
Look I Window* at 72c.
J. C. Wilson, 7 Spring street.
Ico Cream Soda 5c , Bramlett’s.
Old Hats repaired by Bussey, Marietta st.
Tbe fact that we are offering boys’ slits at cost,
will still continue to gire awav a pair of roller
[skates with eacn suit. fiseman Bros., 55
DRIFTWOOD SNATCHED FROM
THE LOCAL current.
Small Mailers Fmd Floating Ry Tie Capitol’s
Corps ol Reporters.
Cherries are being offered at the fruit stands
for ten cents a bucket. They are getting ripe
rather early in the season.
ON TRIAL FOR ROBBERY.
This afternoon the superior court will be occu
pied with tbe case of Henry Hobbs, colored,
who is charged with robbery.
A SUSPECT ARRESTED.
Policemen Garver and McGee ran in Gus
Hudson, colored, this morning, on a charge of
being a suspicious charactsr.
It is reported at police headquarters that a
mouse colored Jersey calf has been stolen from
Mrs. F. P. Gray, at West End.
A NEW DRUG STORE.
Dr. C. E. Murphy is opening a new drug
store at 288 Wheat street. This will be a con
venience for the citizens of East Atlanta who
STUDENTS LEAVING THE CITY.
Several of the students who have been attend
ing the past session of Clark’s University, left
on the Georgia Road and Air-Line trains this
morning for tbeir homes.
Jacob Morris, the efficient city messenger,
entered the city clerk’s office this morning with
his hat stove in, and the back of his coat covered
with mud and clay. He refuses to give any ex
convicted of stabbing.
In the Superior Court this morning James
Neil, colored, was convicted of stabbing Levi
Lewis and fined S3OO or twelve months in the
chain-gang. The cutting occurred about two
Every train that the city con
tains large numbers of young people going
home from the different schools and colleges.
The Air Line train this morning was loaded
d*wn with sweet girl graduates and young
ladies aspiring for the same honors.
hiving wild bees.
Bob Lawshe, who lives with his aunt, Mrs. M.
C. Lawshe, on Houston street, made a fine cap
ture yesterday morning of wild honey bees.
Going out into the yard near a mulberry tree
he found one of the limbs covered with’ bees.
Shaking them off he soon had a box of wild
bees. This is the first capture of bees in the
This morning two cows trotted up to police
headquarters closely followed by a negro woman
with a rock in one hand and a stick in the other.
The woman stated that she lived at 88 Crew
street, and the cows came into her yard and
ruined a lot of clothes she was washing. The
cows were put in the pound.
where is he?
The chief of police has received letters mak
ing inquiries about the negro, Sam Gray, who
arrived in Atlanta May 27, and was placed under
treatment by Dr. Calhoun. Gray had his hat
blown off and his eyes put out by a dynamite
explosion. The police have lost all trace of him
and desire information as to his whereabouts.
THE BLACK MARIAH MISTREATED.
Fred Cole was arrested this morning by Pa
trolman Clark for being drunk and disorderly
on Peters street. Cole is tbe man who got into
trouble a few days ago by removing a man’s
watch “for fun.” He was placed in the Black
Mariah and before it reached the station house
he had succeeded in tearing up the seats and
passing the fragments through the windows.
When the vehicle was opened at police head
quarters it looked as if a cyclone had passed
GEORGIA ECLECTIC MEDICAL COLLEGE.
The State Eclectic Medical Association will
convene in Atlanta on Tuesday morning next in
the large lecture hall of the college building on
Butler street. This will be their 12th annual
convention,and a good list of important business
will be disposed of. The officers are, A. L.
Nance, M. D., President, and Dr. Wm. M.
Durham, M. D., Secretary. They will con
vene at 10 o’clock a. m., and will hold
only one day, as the national meeting at
DeGive’s opera house opens on tbe day follow
Heigh Ho, Traveler!
T. C. Mayson is determined to sell goods. 1
Price* are the stern levers that move tbe
great universal current of commercial activity.
Mayson has taken out some of his counters,
put pyramidal shelres in tbeir place, and has
changed its whole aspect.
Along with this general spring renovation he
has rubbed out tbe old prices on all goods, and
now proposes to astonish everybody who drops
in with the extraordinarily low figures.
One very necessary adjunct to low prices is
fine quality of goods. Mavson guarantees his
goods in this respect; they are the very best of
each kind, but the prices are as cheap as on in
Shall figures be quoted?.
It is not - necessary for prices without tbe
sample is of but little value.
The better way would be to come in and lo*k
through the elegyt, complete stock. Tbe fig
ures will be found to be lower than anywhere
else, and the quality of goods the best.
Early vegetables are received fresh daily.
All the delicacies as they appear in season.
Table delicacies in the way of pickles, relishes
and the like always on hand.
Reputation is a great desideratum. T. C.
Mayson, at 3 and 5 Marietta street, will guard
his carefully at all hazards —consequently you
can, if vou trade with him, expect promptness
and politeness, full weights and best quality
goods, low prices and proper treatment.
Try him and see if the above is not true.
Happiness Is Found
in every home
that is graced
with a New Sing
er Machine. Take
the hint and call
at 39 Whitehall
street, where you
will see the
‘Grea te s t on
Earth” of Sewing
The promise to sell from 25 to 50 per
cent, lower, without giving prices, is
the argument of both the fool and the
S. S. S., large 99
S. S. S., small' 59
B. B. B 75
Brewer’s Lung Restorer 55
Brown’s Iron Bitters 74
Harter’s Iron Tonic 75
Lemon Elixir,small 39
Holmes’ Liniment, tbe Mother’s Friend 88
Simmons’ Liver Regulator, pk’gs 8
Allcock’s Plasters 10
Phillips’ Em. Cod Liver Oil 75
Scott’s Emulsion Cod Liver Oil 74
Tutt’s Hair Dye 70
Davidson’s Family Syringe, No. I|l 75
Davidson’s Family Syringe, No. 2 1 50
Fellows’ Syrup Hypopbospbates 1 18
Magnolia Balm 50
Hall’s Hair Renewer 73
Warner’s Kidney "nd Liver Cure 83
Bradfield’s Female Regluator, large 83
Ayer’s Hair Vigor 73
Beef Wine and Iron, pints...; 60
Swan Down Powder 15
Blue Mottled Soap, per bar 18
Brown Mottled Soap, per pound 8
White Castile Soap, per pound 13
Guinn’s Blood Renewer 1 25
Exact Change Given I
Medicine Tumblers and Corkscrews Given
Away to Customers.
Me i Raffle ’
Gents' Gold Watch and Chain I
Will Be Raffled
ON OB ABOUT JUNE 15th.
Chances, |l,oo. Only a few untaken. On exhibition at
BRAMLETT’S. 51 Whitehall.
Gas Light Company.
On and after July Ist, 1886, our price for Gas will be
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER ONE THOU
SAND CUBIC FEET, with a discount of thirty-three and
a third per cent., if paid at our office 1 y the Itth day of
W. P. ELLIOTT, Agent.
July I*, 188*.
50 Gents Per Dozen.
Gem Photographs I
An elegant lot of New Scenery just
The cheapest and finest Photographs
in the city. 33’ij Whitenail.
Cedar Fence Posts and
Fencing Lumber. Atlan
ta Lumber Co.
is Also Lowest Price on
REQUIRES I COMPLETE AND
*J, 1 itself. Hardware I
A fiEO. E. KING & CO.
EfEL Cor. Peachtree and Wheat.
Let ’em kick, but if you want Groceries so you can live, call on 8. W. SULLI
VAN, the Cheap Grocer, Cor. Thurman and Mangum Sts.
Dove Harns 11c | Best N. O. Syrup ... 65c I Beat Leaf Lard .. I Good Coffee 10c
Side Meat 7c | Good Dice 5c | Country Butter Me I Best Coffee l%c
Sugar C Shoulders.. 7'i'c Beat Bice 7Uc I Beat Cheeselike I Jelly 9c
patent Flour xuc | Egga 15c I Sugar, Bro vn, 151ba. 1 00 | Soap 4c
Good White Flour. 70c I Canned Tomatoes... I Sugar, Granulated.. 7%c I Soap 3Xo
Good Flour 65c | Hay ... 100 I Cabbage 3c I Bran 100
N. 0. Syrup 40c I Oats 55c I Meal 65c i Corn 66e
Sborts 1 10 I I I Dried Beef 13c
Garden Seed, Crockery, Glass and Tinware at Bottom Prices.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Dr. Francis’s Tonic and Blood Purifier.
Only 4Oc for a Quart Bottle. Read whit Col. Baum says: “Aetna Company, Atlanta, Go.—Gentlemen: I
have tried the Dr. Frances Tonic and Blood Purifier, manufactured by you, and consider it one of the finest haver
ages that baa t>e* n brought. U> my notice, and with the roots and barks from which it Is composed it must necessa
rily be very efficient in purifying the Blood and for General Debility, Lastitude and Nervous Prostration. Tours
HAVING BUT IN MACHINERY EXPRESSLY FOR WORKING HARD WOOD LUMBER,
lam now prepared to furnish the earns Rough or Dressed as may be desired. I also do Wood Turning,|Bcroi
Sawing, and Re-Sawing In the b at manner
Newels, Rails and Balusters
Always on hand. Also Thin Wood for Bracket Sawing. I bare two steam Dry (Kilns, and wllljb*aauyjl
ternub Kiln Dried Lumber when desired. Yard and .tilll, dOCwllins Bt.
J. C. PECK.
THE DRUG STORE
Is Doing an Enormous Business.
In Prescriptions, because the people are finding out that
they can obtain Pure and Fresh Drugs compounded by
Competent Pharmacists, }
and save from 25 to
50 per cent.
Patent Medicines as Low as the
And no OVERCHARGE on Prescrip
tions and Family Medicines to
Make Up For It.
Blue Mottled Castile, - -20 c per bar,
Brown Mottled Castile, -10 c per lb.,
White Castile, - - - -15 c per lb.,
Toilet Soaps 40c. per dot. and upwards.
Try a box of our “CREAM OF LILIES” Soap,
only 20 cents.
Telephone 570; NIGHT BELL. Packages delivered to
any port ot the city.
Benjamin & CronKeim,
101 Whitehall St. Cor. Mitchell.
11 Armstrong Lecture Association."
THIRD LECTURE BY
REV. J. G. ARMSTRONG, D.R.
SUBJECT: ‘‘Whither is This Spirit
of the Age Carrying Us.”
In the public hall of tbe court house, at 8 o’clock Fri
day evening, June 11, 1886.
The public are invited. Admsislon free,
Applicants fer electian to teachers’ places in the Public
Schools of Atlanta wi’l please report at the High School
building, corner of Washington and Mitchell streets, for
examination, June 12th, 9 o'clock a in.
Colored applicants will be examined at the same
place, June 19th.
Letts s of recommendation may be presented on the
day of examination.
By order of P" ’d of Education.
W. F. SLATON, Superintendent.
GEORGIA, FULTON COUNTY,
Okdjnary’b Office, June 1,1886.
To the Lawful Voters of Said County:
A petition having been filed in this office by as many
as fifty freeholders of said county for the benefit of the
provisions of sections 1449,1450,1451, 1452, 1453 and
1454 of the code ot Georgia of 1883, known as the “stock
law,” in said com ty , and it appearing that, the notices
of said petition required by law have been given, and
that no counter petition ol freeholders lias been filed
thereto: it Is ordered that an election be held on Wed
nesday, the 7th day of July next, in said county, at the
court ground in each militia district, and under the
same rules and regulations as provided tor members of
the General Assembly, in which the quebtion shall be
submitted to the lawful voters of said county of “fence”
or “no fence.” It is further ordered that the returps of
said election be made to the undersigned as provided
by law. W. L. CALHOUN,
Kiln dry dressed and
matched Flooring and
Ceilings. Atlanta Lum