Popular Cheap Column
■1 A CENTS (Silver or Stamps) p y for yrur addres-
IV in -The Southern Agents’ Friend,” which goe
•whirling al! over the United Stases. You will get bun
<ireds of samples circulars, books, newspapers, maga
.zines, etc., from those who want agents. You will ge
lots of good reading f ee, and be well pleased with tb<
small investment. List containing names senttoeaci
person answering this advertisement Williams &Co
55 South Pryor street, Atlanta, Ga.
GROCERIES AT U >BT—My entire stock of -taple
and fancy groceries for sale at eithe wholesale
retail at cosL A l'O store and office furniture at a
sacrifice I aih determined to sell within the next 3(
•days. Call early and secure bargrins. R. C. Jelk- 24
BARBER SHOP 'Uttit. With or Without shop wii
trade at a sacrifice. Intelligence office. 10 North
FOR SALE—A few exchanges for sale ar 10 cents ne
bur dred at this ofllce. •
FOR SALE—Hundreds jf bedsteads, bureaus, tamec
chairs, bed springs, mattresses, three iron safes, r
book case and a big lot of gents’clothing at prices t<
suit. Auction sales promptly attended to. H. Wolf*
Auctioneer, 98 Whitehall street.
IT'OR RENT—Two of the most eleg mt offices in the
■ South can now be ha tin th- Chamberlin, Boynton
Co. building. Th»y are on the seconi floor front
large, ai y and we 1 ventilated and lighted. Mso, sin
gle offices and moms i-i same building. Apply at the
store of Chamberlin. Johnson A Co.
FOR RENT —Two nice from rooms with ail m'd-rti
conveniences. 199 '’outh Forsyth street. For par
ticulars apply 91 Whitehall street.
FOR RENC—6-room nouse. No 295 Capitol avenue
J. C. Jenkin-, 40 Marietta street.
FOR RENT—To gentlemen, three handsome roo»nt
over 92 S Broad street. Apply to W. J. Wood. 81
AV A NIT y—Nlißceilaneou*»>
WaN ED—Ti ners—None but first-c ass, sober
ren need apr lv Warlick. Wingate & Mell.
TXTziN IED Three good carpenters >one but rober,
▼ ▼ steady men need apply. T A Pittman, No. 18
2E. Hunter street.
WANTED— Boy o carry Spring street rou e. This
WANTE 1 > —A competent, cook. Apply to 331 Court
-1 nd avenue, • ae door from Fine street
W ANTED.—Boy to carry Elliott street route. Thu
WANTED.— A mi'ker. Will pay goo' wage*.
Call at 91S W Uitehall, or a» Rosedale Dairy Farm
WANTED— Two first-class barbers at the Piedmont
Fair Barber Shop, 91 Whitehall sf;et.
BO \RDERS WaNI’E » —As 25 Brotherton, third do< r
from Whitehall stteet.
BOARDERS WANTED.—Hoarders can find first-clash
boa»d a d attention at 22 Wheat street
CANTELOUPES iresh from th,* vines every da a
48 South Broad street. Mark W. J h> son Soed Co
WNTE > —All th- second-hand, furniture, car *-ts.
stoves, office 'u oiture, show ’ases, Ac., for crsb
Jit Wolfe’s, 9-< Wh b’hail
WANTED— .-til the second-ha. o tormtuie, <atpe
stoves, office furniture, show cases, Ac., for ca b
at Wolfe’s, 98 Whitehall
MONFYTO LOAN—Money advan td liberally on
watches, diamonds, jewel _y. etc. Business strict
ly conflden ial. Abe Fry, 4 Peachtree street,
MH. BENTLEY has the cle n-st towels and best
• shaves and p ditest barbers, at his barber ship,
16 8. Broad.
LOST -Either on Walker or Stonwall streets, a smal
gold badge, with mon- gram ‘K. R.” Finder
will please leave at this •ffice and receive reward.
IOST. —Small poodle dog (shaved like a lion. Cal)
j at l ft Pine street and be rewa ded.
FOUND— A lady's shopping bag, on Feachtrne stieet,
rear the Pehrs property. Owner can recover same
4>y call! st at 45 Whiteha I street, and paying tor this
S S K> IH».
STRAYED— One «hite pointer dog, with ; malt liver
spots, and one small red setter d >g, both wearing
lock collars, with mv name. Suitable reward will be
paid, D. A Shumate. 252 West Pete-s street.
G4S CItQKIMt M OVES.
DO ALL KINDS ot cooking. Thus. Kirke & Co.,
and 59 Peacht-ee st
TOWN TA< K.
Trunks and sample cases repaired. Lieber
man & Ka-Vman, 92 Whitehall. ’Phone 571.
Old stu.es repaired by J. B. Johnson, 10 W.
Woolfolk is suffering with a bad cold. Let
him suffer his deserts, and nobody cares.
Bosche & Donahue, 6 Walton street, signs,
banners, transparencies and all kinds of letter
The young men’s meeting at Trinity chnrch
to-night will be held in the steward’s room at
Wm. M. Het ben wishes his friends to bear in
mind that hereafter he will be found at the pop
ular clothing house of Jas. A. Anderson & Cr.
An entertainment will be given by the young
people of Pavm.’s chapel this evening, August
lltb, for the benefit of matters pertaining to the
church. Entrance fee 25c. for adults; 15c. for
children under 12 years. Friends and invited.
Mauck papers, paints house and signs.
GEORGIA. PUMP WORKS.
Repairs a specialty. Telephone 229.
Go and examine new goods at the Capital
Dime Store, 94 Whitehall street.
The Octorien Pile Ointment,
An infallible cure for all kinds of
Piles. Gives instantaneous relief
Plenty of city references from well
Prepared and sold by
123 Whitehall Street.
GEORGIA PUMP WORKS.
Repair Stone and Iron Pumps.
75 Waverly Place, near cor. Alabama and Loyd.
Pore sweet milk at Atlanta Cream
Monday & Co., the
commission men, have
moved to 53 S. Broad.
The Octorien Pile Ointment is a great discov
Breakfast Coff-e, 25cts. lb. The Great
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
Try our prices on tnrniture. John Neal & Co.,
7 ana 9 8. Broad street.
Best ice cream in the city at Atlanta
Creamery in any quantity.
FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
FAUQUIER COUNTY, VA ,
Will be open for the reception of visitors from June la:
to December Ist. Neatly furnished. Hot, Cold anc
Sulphur Bath® on every floor. Gas Fire places, Electric
Bells and all the latest modern improvements. Term;
A. CABELL MADDOX, Proprietor.
M. J. MASON, of St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, Chic
BHENADOAH COUNTY VIRGINIA,
WILL BE OPEN tor the reception of Visitors Juim
Ist. Greatest varie yof Medicinal waters of any
Summer resort in the United State Table unexcelled
Bed rooms large and airy. elegantl; furnished; hair mat
tresses with woven wire springs underneath in every
room. First-class livery at low rates, magnificent roads
’-easttful scenery. Superb brass and s-ring band in at*
j-pdaac* during the season. Send postal for Catalogue
A. CABELL MADDUX, Proprietor.
THE EVENING CAPITOL: ATLANTA, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1887.
IN REPLY TO FELTVN ON THE
HOUSE I OOH I HIS MOtiMING.
St rring Scenes and Wo; da in Georgia’s
Legislative Halls—l he Most Sen
sational Statesman chip Yet.
The wild scenes of yesterday and to-day in
the House, caused by the speeches of the
well known Dr. Felton and Mr. Sim
mons, of Sumter, in personal arraign
ment of each other on the celebrated
Prison Reform bill will stamp August and
1 lih, 1887, as memorable ones in the history of
Georgia legislation Ow.ng to a presjure of
telegraphic and other matter yesterday we
could notorint the wonderful speech of Dr. Fel
ton and it may be well to state
that the editor in clipping hut the reports of
the speech added 'he little paragraph himself
regarding Dr. Felton, for which the house re
porter ofc 'urse was not responsible.
The Hou e this rm rning adjourned at a timely
hour, preventing urther wrangle between the
two distinguished gent emen aud it is to be
hoped now that the oil of peace will be spread
over the waters and these evenly matched lumi
naries will turn 'heir earnest attentions to toe
merits of the cause before them and give the
State the benefit of th =ir vaiuaule counsels.
THE REFORMATORY PRISON BILL.
The House being again resolved into the com
mittee of the whole for the cons deration of Dr.
Feltou’s reformatory prison biil, Dr. Felton an
nounced that he was physically unable to pro
ceed with his argument on the bill aud yielded
the fluor to bis friend, the gentleman from Rich
Mr. Calvin said: Withoutwish'ng in any way
to reflect, upon the course of the speakers who
have preceded me, very little has yet been said
that is pertinent to this measure. The argu
ment has taken the course of attack on convict
lease, wb ch it should nut have done. When
that question comes un I shall speak as flat
footeuly on that, but this mea.-ure is an effort
to ref'.-m b y., and girls and women, who vio
late the laws. He read statistics from Massa
chusetts’ reform >tory prison, showing reforms
that were mule in cases of young men sentenc
ed to that institution. Out of 145 boys released
from there, 87 per cent, were reformed and only
13 per cent, ever came oack to the institution
Mr. Simmons, of Sumter, said a few days
ago he hid said some things to the committee
which he felt he had a right to say, and which
bad. brought ou this bouse a scene never before
witnessed in it aud which, let Georgians hope,
would never occur again. The creature from
Bartow [applause] said I attacked his home ai d
family, tie knew it was false wheu he uttered it.
[Applause]. Such a thought never entered my
mind. It ”1 had had anvideathft mv words
could nave been even so distorted I would have
been ready to apologize and retract. [Ap
plause] But that creature from Bar
tow, though wearing the livery of
heaven, gave me uo warning ot such
a thought in his mind, aud I was completely
surprised at i'. [Applause ] The head aud
front of my offending is that I called him the
political “She” of Georgia po.it ics. “She” is a
look written by Rider Haggard, in which “She”
is pict red as having lived two thousand years.
The creature from Bartow said he would
pass this iirquitous bill if it took him
a thousand years. See the analogy. “She”
let nothing stand in her way. She knew nothing
but her own will and passions, and did no', stop
at murder to accomplish her will. Here we see
the preacher of the gospel assaulting me and
distorting my words to excite personal
prejudice, and dragging his pure wife
into the dirty blackguardism which he
uttered in this House yesterday [applause ]
The idea of my rudely assaulting bis pure wif ,
that lovely wimao who for forty years has been
true to him, and though she has been unable to
purify his heart, I say God bless her and pre
serve her, and when her pure spirit is freed
from its confines here angeis and se
raphins will welcome her to a haven
of rest and crown her with peace and glory.
[Tremendous applause and a bouquet thrown
from the gallery ] He says I attacked his
roung son, and his hypocritical old heart
breathed a prayer for that boy. lam debarred
from prayer by tne creature from Bartow, but
if I might pray I would pray that this elegant
youug man shall go on to virtue and success and
be wholly unlike his fa'her. [Applause.]
Mr. Little, resuming the chair, declared the
House of Representatives in order and directed
the floor of the House cleared of all persons not
entitled to the privileges of the House.
Mr. Felton, of Bibb, moved that the bill creat
ing a reformatory prison, together with all
amendmen s, be referred to the committee on
Dr. Felton —I must have an opportunity to
reply to the speech of this morning.
Mr. Speaker—With that the chair Jias noth
ing to do. The question is upon the motion to
commit the bill, which is not debatable.
The bill and amendments were committed to
the penitentiary committee.
He then reviewed Dr. Felton’s career, declar
ing that he had defamed Lester, Gordon, Bran
ham, Ste.hms, B n Hill, and every distin
guished man in Georgia, and declared that he
was distinguished by the assault of the crea
ture from Bartow [Applause ]
Mr. Harrison, ot Quitman, said it was not
within the province of this house to take sides
in this unfortunate controversy, but it was
their duty to stand between these waves of an
archy and the honor of Georgia. I move the
committee of the whole rise and report progress.
RILLS ON THIRD BEADING
The order for the day was reading bills on the
clerk’s desk ready for a third reading, and the
following were disposed of:
Mr. Harrell, of Webster—Approving and con
firms g the settlement made by the Governor of
the State’s claims against the Asheville and
Discussion of measures was begun, but many
members left the hall at the conclusion of Mr.
Simmons’ speech, and on motion of Mr. Harrell,
of Webster, the House adjourned because of
their attendance and because members were not
in frame of mind to settle down to bueines de
tails. Adjourned at 11:40 a. m.
The Senate convened at 10 a.m., President
Davidson in the chair. After prayer and roll
call, the journal was read aud approved.
Dr. Felton’s wine room bill, fixing a tax of
|IO,OOO on wine rooms, the special order for the
day was on motionn of Mr. Pringle, displaced
until half past 11 o’clock. On motion es Mr.
Peek the bill of the Senate, making it unlawful
for any person who receives advances upon a
contract to work the lands of another in the ca
pacity of renter, cropper, or for standing wages,
was taken from the table and recommitted to
the committee on agriculture.
Mr. Dean, chairman of the special judiary
committee, rendered his report, recommending
that the bill confirm ng an ordinance of the city
of Augusta relating to the Augusta canal, do
Also, a bill amending an act to regulate the
time for which the mambers of the city council
of Augusta shall hold office.
Also, a bill for the purpose of creating an act
ceding the jurisdiction of the State over such
land in the city of Augusta as the United States
may acquire title to f >r the purpose of erecting
a public building th, recu.
The following reso u'ion was received from
the igrieultural convention at Canton.
Resolved, that the bill known as the “Brady
Bill” now pending before the Senate of Georgia
is detrimental to the farming interests of the
RILLS READ THE SECOND TIME.
Dr. Felton’s wine-room bill was taken under
consideration by the Senators.
The committee recommended its passage with
Senator Pringle spoke at some kngth against
the adoption of the amendment.
Mr. Northcutt spoke in favor of the bill, mak
ing a most able argument in its favor.
Yeas and nays were celled for upon the adop
tion of the amendment, resulting in its defeat
by a vote of 23 to 17.
Mr. Turnipseed, of the lltb, offered an am end
On motion of Mr. Brantley the session was
< xtended until the present business wes disposed
Mr. Brantley then spoke for a short time in
answer to Mr. Turnipseed.
A call for the yeas aud nays resulted in yeas
IG, nays 2, and the amendment was lost.
A call for the previous question was made by
Mr. Butt and sustained by the Senate.
The bill as amended by the committee was
then put upon its passage and was passed bv a
vote of 26 to 14. Tne Senate then adjourned
untillO o’clock to-morrow.
Mrs Young, of this city, is visiting Mrs. Ter
rell, in Lawrenceville.
Major Kiik is autographed at the Augusta
hotel in the city of Augusta.
Mr . John T. Stocks ai d son are on a visit to
their many friends in the Hill City.
Miss Ells Johnson is included iu Griffin’s
latest, aiquisition of social stars from Atlanta.
Mrs William Hardaway, of Thomson, has de
cided to spend the mouth of August with At
The cute and pretty Miss Lizzie Gibbs, the
belle of M time, is on a visit to Uer numerous
friends iu the Gate City.
Mrs. Carlton Hillver, of Augusta, contem
plates spending rtie hot month of August iu the
quiet, tittie city of Decatur.
One of Decatui’e fair daughters will be a
leading light of a complimeutary party to he
given in her boner this evening by Miss Nellie
Grant, of Griffin.
Miss Helen Roddy, a pleasant young lady, of
Atlanta, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Doctor
Winn, in the pretty little city of Lawrenceville,
where she will remain tor several weeks.
Miss Mary Hutchins, the belle of Lawrence
ville, accompanied bv her interesting friend,
Miss W mberly,of Twiggs, is spending a most
pleasant time with friends in the city.
Atlantians are entertaining two pleasant
youug ladies in the persons of Miss Lena John
son and Miss Willie Young, «h. are here from
Thomson, Ga., in attendance on the normal
Au Appropriation tor tile stale Uni
Mr. Editor—l see the rustees of the State
University are asking for an appropriation of
five thousand dollars to repair the dormitories
in which msnv of the studeuts lodge.
Being in Athens in the month of May, and
having an opportunity to inspect the buildings
for which the small appropriation is asked, I am
surprised by the mode-tv of the trustees.
I’he condition of the dormitories is such as to
make a Georgian ashamed and mortified that
our sons have to submit to so much discomfort
while seeking an education at this f. uutain of
The dormitory buildings are not habitable,
during the winter, as there is scarcely a whole
pane of gla-s in any of lhe windows. Intact,
any patriotic Georgian, going up in the campus,
with bis eyes open, will have his State pride
somewhat humbled at the condifi' n of things
that meets bis view; for while a great
deal has been done to improve the appearance of
the scene, there remains much more that ought
to be attended to.
There ought to be a system of drainage in
augurated that would prevent ugly scars being
made upon the campus by heavy rains and
which would insure the healthfulness of the
By all means let the appropriation be made,
but it ought to be double the sum asked for by
the management. H. C. Hoknady.
Young Men’o Meet To-Night.
All the young men of Trinity Church are re
quested to meet in the stewards* room in the
parsonage to-night, where the meeting will
hereafter be held until after the improvements
on the church are completed.
Largest stock in the city at unusually low
figures. Large diamonds a sp> cialty.
Abe Fby, 4 Peachtree.
When depressed in spirits drink Moxie.
More time is lost from lack of forethought
and from not being posted than from other
causes, time is valuable and he who considers
the worth of time acts wisely. A great
many people lose more precious time in tunning
from place to place while out shopping than in
any other way. Before you start, know what
you want and hive your mind made up
where to get it. To do this
you must be posted. Everybody in Atlanta
should know where to get the finest, freshest
and purest candies. This is a sweet subject, so
let everybody take heed and always remember
that when wanting the bast candies to call on
G.E Johnson, the great “taffy king,” 59 East
Melons on ice at Atlanta Creamery.
Reunion of Thirty-ninth Georgia.
We, the undersigned surviving members of
the Thirty-ninth Georgia regiment, request a
reunon of all the surviving members of said
regiment at Dalton, Ga., August 17th. We re
quest all survivors who see this notice to corre
spond with John Black, secretary, at Dalton,
and we respectfully request the pipers of the
State who feel friendly to the movement to pub
lish this notice. A barbecue will be provided.
T. H. Pitner, W. H. Brotherton, L N. Tram
mell, John Black, J. F. Denton, B. K. Hix, M.
A. B. Tatum, W. H. C. Freeman.
Finest groceries the city at Hoyt A Thorn’s.
On the Beautiful Building of tbe Y.
M. C. A.
A Capitol reporter, while conversing with
Secretary Helmer, of the Y. M. C. A , this
morning, asked him for some notes in regard to
the new building of the association. He re
plied that a larger force of bands than
have ever been at work are now employed on
tbe building. They are now at work on the last
story, and nothing unforeseen occurring they
will have the roof on before tbe end of thia
month. Mr. Helmer said that the work
had been greatly retarded on account
of the rain, but that he hoped to be able to take
possession of a portion of the building some
time during October.
The walls are now beginning to take on some
shape and are looming up in grand style and
will be of tbe most elegant buildings in the city
of Atlanta when finished.
Al! kinds of furniture very cheap. John Neal
k Co., 7 and 9 South Broad.
The rain has ceased and Grant Park is fresh
er and greener and more delightful than
ever before. The Capitol has al
ways done all in its power to keep
its readers posted well as to the state of things
out there, and has tried to impresa upon them
the fact that there is no more health
giving round of pleasure within daily reach
of the Atlanta populace then a trip to that beau
tiful, natural and artificial paradise.
Everything that could be done has
been dune as fast as possible to add
every possible convenience and luxurious
attraction to the place for the least possible
money. Early in the season Mr. Durand en
sconced himself out there in a business
way to cater to the wants of visitors
ae he knows better bow to do than any other
man in Georgia. The recent bad
weather has for a time interrupted
things out at tbe park and
prevented tbe crowds from going out there, but
now, that it has cleared off so nicely, they have
already begun to flock out there, and to-day the
street cars are doing a gud business in through
travel to Grant park. Mr. Durand is again out
there with his delicious ice cream and other del
icacies, and everything is again assuming its
former appearance of life, gaity and healthful
Nice variety of fish for Friday’s trade
at Donehoo’s market.
MAJOR WALLtCE BUSY IN THE
Checking From Bond Goods for the
Importing House of Chamberlin,
Johnson & Co.
A Capitol reporter learned of another lot of
bonded goods entering our custom house today,
and as the public feels a deep interest in At
lanta’s enterprises and future prosperity on this
line, we called on the import ng house of Chstn
birlin, Johnson A Co in order to give some
facts concerning this comparatively new enter
prise in the South.
Our reporter learned that the customs seals
had been broken this mo'ning, by Maj. Wal
lace, our efficient surveyor of customs, aud that
he aud Mr. Dußose were busy checking a car of
English goods into our port of entry.
If this means anything for Atlanta it means
millions of untold savings to our people from
the middle man, and The Capitol can with
pleasure refer to its columns ot a year and more
ago, when we demanded a b tided road to facili
tate his enterprise, which gives more prosper
ity and wealth to Atlanta.
Io this cargo of foreign goods are Velve’,Wil
ton and Brussels carpets in immense quantities,
aud, seemingly to a reporter, a perfect endless
supply of art squares, center rugs, sofa rugs,
aud draperies of every hue and style in silks.
Turcoman, Persian and Oriental, new designs
woven for Chamberlin, Johnson A Co
These goods were shipped from Halifax, Eng
land, by the largest carpet and drapery manti
factory in the world, direct to Atlanta. Hills
are all made out iu pounds, shillings and pence.
This is just as it should be, a saving to
our people of the per cent, paid to the
middle man, and in the near future
Atlanta’s well-oiled wheels of never ceasing
prosperity and enterprise will be heard rumbling
to the tune of millions of spindles being
brought to the doors of our people by reason of
oirect trade with foreign lands.
All these goods can be seen to-dav at this
live importing house of Chamberlin, Johnson A
Co., whose perseverance and enterprise on this
line has stamped them the pioneers in this
movement. They are the only direct importers
in their line in the city, and merit the best
wishes ■ f our people throughout the South as
this importing house spreads her large and lu
crative trade over our whole Southern country.
As we go to press the Exposition office is
filled with directors and representatives from
North and Northwest Georgia, who are in joint
consultation .over the project of North and
Northwest Georgia to make a joint display.
Senator De: n of Rome, who has been working
up the scheme for months is at the head of the
committee. He has succeeded in 'getting a lot
of delegates from different counties in
those sections to come to Atlanta
to make final arrangements fur their exhib t,
and they arrived here this morning. The meet
ing at the i.fliee of the Exposition committee, in
the Constitution building is called to order at 3
p m., and after an hour’s consultation the entire
body will proceed at 4 p. m. to Peachtree, where
cars will be awaiting to carry them to the Ex
position grounds. There they will look the
buildings over with an eye to selecting space
and arranging other matters of importance.
Mr. Jno. Lovette and Mr. W. W. Hulbert have
exchanged places in the Southern Express
Mr. Lovette has been in the employment of
the company for 21 years, as route
agent for 13 years. Mr. Hulbert
has been with tbe company since
before the war, as agent for the company 13
years. Mr. Hurlburt has been appointed route
agent and Mr. Lovette agent of the company in
Mr. Hurlburt will overlook the wav agents
and messengers on the A. A W. P., the Central,
the Savannah, Griffin and North Alabama, the
Southwestern, the Americus, Preston and
Lumpkin, the Buena Vista and the Eufaula and
No bad|effects result from drinking Moxie.
Fine Jersey Butter at
John Corrigan’s, 140
Choice Jersey Butter at John Corri
gan’s, 140 Whitehall street.
The firm of Frierson
& Scott, Real Estate, at
Atlanta, Ga., and Chat
tanooga, Tenn., was dis
solved by mutual con
sent July 1, 1887.
Until further notice
T. A. Frierson will at
tend the settlements at
Chattanooga and W. M.
Scott at Atlanta.
T. A. FRIERSON.
W M SCOTT.
For watermelons, groceries, provis
ions, vegetables, etc , go to Carlton &
Son’s, the Cheap Cash Grocers
THE HIGHEST GRADE PATENT
Sold in the World
If your Grocer has sent
you a Flour you
do not like
Try One Sack of Barrel
OF REGAL PATENT!
SOLD ONLY BY US!
' GEN’L AGENTS FOR THE MILL.
Send one-cent stamp to us for our complete
price list of Groceries.
EAST TENNESSEE ROTTER.
We are Receiving Daily Fresh Butter
from the best dairies in East Tennessee.
Potatoes, Eggs, &c.,
Mil & Kmss,
(’PHONE 405 )
NO. 13 S. BROAD ST.
ALL. EIND 3,
GRADE 3 AND
QJAT.T ’. IBS
Don 3 at the Cheapest Prices given North or
The Evening Capitol Jeb Office.
The Job Printing Department is fitted up
with every stile of Type end Furniture neces
sary to do the fine-t, wotk. T e facilities allow
he giving of tho cheapest prices of any house.
Eienirg Capi'ol Job Print Booms
47 S. BROAD STREET.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM HOXEI.
Published by Tbe Evening Capitol.
43 W. P. depot (private).
45 Cor Decatur « Bell
46 Fulton Spinning Co (p)
51 Central RR. depot (pri)
52 Cr Mitchell A Mangum.
53 Peters, C.RR crosaii •*
i’4 Cor I’eters A Fair.
56 Jamestown (barracks).
57 Cor Rhodes A Haynes.
• 1 Cor Wheat A Collins.
62 Cor J ckson A Houston.
63 Cor Butler A Gilmer.
112 Cor Baker A Spring.
221 Cor F.lliott A Foundry.
223 Cor Jones av A Mangum
331 Cor Whit hl 1 A Broth’ton
J;32 Cor Whitehall A Hood.
334 Cor Crew A Richardson
335 Cor Washington A Fair.
12 No. 1 Engine H use
13 M tchell, nr Whitehall
14 Station House.
15 June Peachtree Ar Broad
16 June Peachtree Iyy.
17 Cr P’ht’e & Merritt’s av
21 DeGive’s opera hoiiH‘ (p
23 Atlan a Cotton Fac’y(p)
24 Cone nr Luckie.
25 June Marietta A WaPon
26 Cr Marietta A Simpson.
27 Cr Marietta A Pine.
31 Cr Rawson & Cooper
32 Cr Washlngt »i AClarke i
34 No. 2 Engii e House.
3£ Cr Capitol av A Rawson
36 Jail, Frazier street. !
37 Cor Fair A King.
41 Peachtree A Decatur. '
42 Decatur, nr Ivy.
Key holders will be particular to observe the follow
1— To give an alarm, open the door, pull the hook
down once, and let go. Ihm close the door.
2Do not pull the hook If the fire bells or the small
bell in the box is striking, as that in icates an alarm
from another box is being given.
3Be particular to remain at the box, or the most
convenient place, so as to direct the fire apparatus to
4 Always give the alarm from the box nearest to tbe
6—Key ho’ders, upon changing their locations, will
please leave word at the chief’s office.
1-1 —Two strokes, slow, at 12 m., all the horses to be
hitched to their apparatus.
]—One stroke after an alarm, for fire out.
1-1 —Two quick strokes after an alarm calls Steamer
1-1-I—Three quick strokes after an alarm calls the
reels that don’t respond on first alarm-
l-l-l-l—Four quick strokes after an alarm calls en
tire department. W. R. JOYNER,
Chief At’anta Fire Department.
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OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Neal Loan & Banking Companf,
ATLINTA, GEORGIA, at the close of business, Jom
Debts due within the State. >388.877 5B
Debts due without the State 8,170
Bonds and stocks 16,03* M
Furniture and Fixtures 2,000 00
Heal estate 10. MS M
Expenses, taxes and salaries. 5,388 SI
Bills in vault 37,377 00
81.ver in vault 360 60
Total |47B,oßo OS
Capital stock >100,006 00
Surplus and undivided profits 45,012 21
Due depositors*. 333,066 S
Highest amount due>49,ooo 00
Debt. In «us! | 9,500 (M
f)«bt« not In suit 387,547 fl
Debt, doubtful non.
DebU bad non.
Debts good 397,047 C
Debts lost .... nowo
President—ThomM B Ney. Directors—T. B.M,
John Keely, E. B. Thornton.
OWISII. No Shares AwL PMC
Estate of John Neal 400 IMJV
Mrs. M. A. Murrell 400 lOfi
T. B. Neal 400 16,W
Mrs. L. N Pittman 400 16,086
Mrs. Emma Thornton 400 16,686
Mrs. Ella Ketly 400 lAOQ6
John Keely 50 2,006
E. H. Thornton 50 2,606
!>150,000 of above deposits due in 5 years, without In
due in one to four years.
STATE OF GEORGIA, Fulton county. The sub
scribers persontlly apoeared before me, W. F. Maury, a
Notary Public for said county, make oath that the f wo
going is • just and true statement of the condition ot
’he Neal I»an and Banking Company, at Atjunta,
Georgia, at tbe close of business June 30th, 1887 and
moreover, ’hat since the last return of this bank, to the
best of Affiants’ knowledge andbelief.it has rot vio
lated or evaded any obligation imposed by law, either
by itself, its officers or agents, except that more than
the legal rate of interest may have been accepted.
T. B. NEAL, Pre ident.
E. H. THORNTON, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of
July, 1887. W. F. MAURY.
Notary Public Fulton County, Ga.
Where is the best place to get Salt Springs water?
At Auste'l, Ga.—because it comes from a rock basin,
where no deep water runs in. You can call it Austell
water, but it Is the be*t Sait Spring water.
J. B. THOMPSON, Austell.
W. B. VENABLE, Atlanta.