TWO EDITIONS DAILY.
according to act of Congress, in
the Post-Office, at Atlanta, Ga., as Second-Class
Friday Evening February 10,1882
Subscribers who do not receive the Post-
Appeal in the city early every afternoon, will
please notify the office of the failure.
The patrons of the Post-Appeal should pay
all bills due the paper to its regular authorised
agents, who have certificates as such from the
The Post-Appeal is on sale at the Metropoli
tan Hotel in Washington, D. C.
The First Edition of the Post-Appeil may be
obtained at the Hotel News Stands as the guests
go in to diue.
DeGive’s Opeka House—My Partner.
ABOUT THE CARRIERS.
We find that many patrons of the Post-
Appeal in the city are not receiving the
paper regular every afternoon. To them
we will say that the carriers of the paper
have been very remiss in performing their
duties, although we pay sufficient salary to
have good and faithful service. We have
made some changes among the carriers
recently, and intend to make others so that
subscribers of the paper will get it prompt
ly and at the right time. To aid us in se
curing a prompt delivery of the Post-
Appeal we ask of every subscriber that
they report each failure to receive the pa
per to our office at once. If the present
boys will not deliver the paper properly
we will get others.
JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN.
The Post-Appeal desires a building
adapted for its publication with a business
office on the ground floor. The building
must be centrally located. Apply at the
office of this paper. 2-7-3 t
Mr. H. H. Miles, the city subscription
agent of the Post-Appeal, is going the
rounds of the city as fast as he possibly
can, and will ultimately call on every per
son in the city, and give them a chance to
subscribe for the paper. 2-7-3 t
The Barracks property, recently pur
chased by John H. James, is io be resold.
Her name is not Knot, or Nott, but it is
Knott; and yet that Miss Knott is not a
knot, but is and is not a knotty problem.
George McGuire, a carpenter, slipped
from the roof of a house on Spence street
yesterday and bruised himself considerably.
Tom Maddox was arrested yesterday
afternoon charged with assault with at
tempt to murder, his wife being the object
of his brutality.
A Western and Atlantic freight car
loaded with meat was broken open in the
freight yard last night, and a quantity of
the contents stolen.
The House of George Harrison, on Foun
dry street, was burglarized yesterday and
a quantity of wearing apparel, a silver
cup and an empty pocket book stolen.
The remains of Mrs. C. L. Statham, who
died of congestion of the lungs at her icsi
dence, 84 Pulliam street, yesterday, will
be taken to Jonesboro to-day for inter
Jake Lye, colored, corner Decatur and
Collins streets, attempted to mount the
golden stairs last night via morphine. The
timely appearance of a physician and an
insufficient quantity of the drug pievented
the desired end.
Special Service at St. Phillip's.
Bishop Elliott and Bishop Gallaher will
address the citizens of Atlanta to-night at
St. Phillip’s church, on subjects of special
interest. The important topic, “Woman’s
Work in the Church," will be considered,
and all the ladies are particularly requested
to attend the service. The rector of St.
Luke’s, the rector of St. Phillip’s and the
bishop of Georgia, all unite in urging a full
attendance of the members of the Episcopal
church in the city at the service. As the
bishops leave in the morning all who are
desirous of hearing them or seeing them
must do so to-night. *
Mr. James B. Cummings is in Rome.
A. J. Pursely, of this city, is at the Cen
tral Hotel, in Columbus.
Gen. Longstreet arrived in this city this
morning and was at his post of duty to
day. He is looking well.
At the residence of the bride's father, in
Conyers, Tuesday, Mr. Charlie E. Bostwick,
of Atlanta, was married to Miss Willie
Richardson, Rev. Henry Quigg officiating.
A telegram from Tampa, Fla., announce s
that Mr. George Spyers, station house
keeper of this city, who was granted leave
of absence to go to Florida for his health,
Mr. A. E. Bostic, formerly private s c C
fary to Gen. Mcßae, has been appointed
assistant superintendent of the Western
and Atlantic railroad. The many friends
of Mr. Bostic rejoice with him over his pro
The many friends of Judge Kennon T.
Terrell. ofGwinette county, will be pleased
to learn that he has been successfully oper
ated on by Dr. A. W. Calhoun, the dis
tinguished oculist of Atlanta, for cataract,
and bids fair to have the injured organ
restored. His general health is good, and
he will be able in a few days to return
home and once more be among his friends
who esteem him so highly.
The Cotton Seed Oil Project.
Corroborative of the information con
tained in a recent issue of the Post-
Appeal, a cotton seed oil mill company
was organized in this city yesterday after
noon, which consists of the following mem
bers: Mr. James Swann, president of the
Atlanta National Bank and member of the
firm of Inman, Swann & Co., of New
York; Robert H. Richards, a leading capi
talist of our city and a director in our two
national banks and president of the Pen
dleton Guano Company; Mr. Hugh T.
Inman, Mr. A. E. Thornton, Mr. Paul Ro
mare, Mr. G. W. Scott, Mr. W W. Aus
tell, Mr. Robert Thompson, and Mr. Henry
Sperry. The following officers were elected:
President—Mr. Robert Thompson; Vice
President—Mr. Paul Romare; Secretary
and Treasurer—Mr. A. E. Thornton; Di
rectors—G. W. Scott, H. T. Inman, R. H.
' Richards, W. W. Austell. Fifteen acres
of land have been purchased at Edgewood,
j two and a half miles from the city, on the
i Georgia road, for a site for the mills, and
I the erteb'on of- buildings will begin at
1 once, to ready early in the coming fall.
[From ths Second Edition of yeste-.day.l
THE LATEST BY WIRE
Happenings in All Sections by
CONGRESS AT WORK.
The Pugilists in the Pelican City
—An Elevator Burned—The
Covington Fire —The
Special to Post-Appeal.
An Elevator Burned.
Chicago, Feb. 9.—Neelly’s large eleva
tor was burned to-day. It was full of
grain, and the loss is estimated at $60,000.
Special to I’ofit-Appeal.
The Prize Fighters’ Movements.
New Orleans, Feb. 9.—Sullivan left
last night for Chicago, where he will give
a sparring exhibition Saturday night.
Ryan took the train for Brooklyn. All
bets were paid last evening.
Special to Post-Appeal.
The Pugilist’s Big Spree.
New Orleans, Feb. 9. —Sullivan has
been on a spree ever since the fight, and
did not get the train tin's morning. He has
been in low quarters of the town, and has
not been to the hotel for two nights.
Special to Post-Appeal.
In Congress To-Day.
Washington, D. C., Feb. 9. The
Senate is engaged on private bills. The
House is debating the apportionment bills.
That providing for 320 members bids fair
to be defeated. The objection is not to the
total number, but to the system of distri
bution of members, which favors large
States at the expense of the snjaller ones
A Ditched Train.
Special to Post-Appeal.
Sparta, Ky., Feb. 9.—This morning a
freight train on the Louisville Short Line
was ditched at Glencoe. Engineer
Stanford was crushed to death under
the engine. The loss by the company and
freighters is heavy.
Special to Poflt-Appeal,
The War on Georgia Collectors.
Washington, I). C., Feb. 9. —Gen.
Raum has had an interview with the Presi
dent, who said that Collector Clark would
be accorded a hearing before any change
was made. Col. Clark has been telegraphed
for and is expected to arrive this evening.
Collector Collins is expected to-morrow.
There will be about half a dozen aspirants
for his place as Collector at Brunswick, and
as he has had the position for thirteen
years the proi peet is that a new man will
The Covington Fire.
Cincinnati, Feb. 8. —The fire this
morning in Covington damaged Shatlks &
Son’s furniture factory $20,000, fully in
sured. The roof of the Church of the
Mother of God caught fire, but was extin
Removing White Invaders.
St. Paul, Feb. B.—Dispatches have
been sent by Gen. Terry to Col. Hatch at
Fort Custer, directing the removal from
the Crow reservation of the men engaged
in cutting railway ties. The Crows are so
uneasy at the piesence of lawless foragers
that rebellion against them is threatened,
as the Crows have many rich lands and
mineral deposits. Efforts will be made in
the spring to drive them off.
Gainesville, Feb. 9. —The loss of Gen.
Longstreet by the burning of his plantation
bam Tuesday is about SI,OOO so the Gen
eral informed a Post-Appeal representa
tive yesterday. The Gainesville fire com
pany, owing to the deep mud, could not
reach the fire which burned the General’s
barn, carriages, feed and harness.
Sentenced for Shooting.
Toledo, ()., Feb. 8. —At Napoleon, 0.,
this morning, Judge Moore sentenced Peter
D. Cole, recently convicted of manslaugh
ter, to fifteen years nt hard labor in the
penitentiary. Cole shot Harmon at Deshler,
0., last summer, the cause of the shooting
being criminal intimacy on the prrt of Har
mon with Cole's wife. It is stated that
public sentiment in the locality named,
was largely in sympathy.
The Smitli-Vanderver Scandal.
Tin! story told by Miss Vanderver to the
Denver Tribune, and published in the
Post-Appeal yesterday, has given rise to
much discussion. There is no little diver
sity of opinion in regard to the matter. A
few think such an article ought not to have
been published, while a large majority of
those who have read it are decided in their
expressions that the publication of it was
precisely right. Some, again, are dis
posed to accept Miss Vanderver's tale as
true, while others think she has exagger
ated her troubles. However that may
be, there certainly could have been no im
propriety in giving it the public for what
it is worth. If the poor girl’s story be
true, as related by her. it is bus just and
right that it should be known; if untrue it
can not harm those whom it concerns.
Dr. W. R. D. Thompson states that he
was not employed by Mr. Smith, and that
the child was found dead in bed three
weeks after he ceased attending it. This
statement may be considered an absolute
refutation of the imputation contained in
the article respecting Dr. Thompson.
A Bold Hotel Thief.
A bold theft was perpetrated at Wein
meister’a Hotel on Forsyth street near the
Custom House last evening. There are
two handsome cigar show cases in the
place, one in the saloon and the other in
the office, but both easily accessible from
the street. About nine o’clock last night
some thief entered the office door and re
moved the case, with its contents. This
morning the stolen goods were found by
officer Thompson at the corner of Spring
and James streets, the cigars untouched,
except by the rain, which had completely
It was wrong in Peg, the shoemaker, to
say to the doctor who complained that he
had made a poor job of that last pair of
boots, “Physician, heel thyself.”
ASSAULTED ! I
Hoke Smith Assaults the Editor
of the Post-Appeal.
At half-past twelve to day Hoke Smith
came into the editorial rooms of the Post-
Appeal accompanied by a selected friend.
He came with a demand that the Editor
should publish an absolute retraction of an
article clipped from the Denver (Col.) Tri
bune, and which appeared in the Post-
Appeal of yesterday. He wished that we
should brand said article as untrue and a
slander. The Editor declined to make any
such sweeping retraction for many reasons,
among which are the statements of many
of the best citizens of Atlanta, who cor
roborated all that the article alleges.
Hoke Smith said that he would whip any
man who asserts that the article is true,
and, without further words, and without
notice whatever, he furiously assaulted the
Hoke is, physically, a large, and, appa
rently, powerful man. The friends who
came to the office with him saw that the
young man had outrageously behaved him
self and crowded him out into the street.
The game attempted by Hoke Smith
will not work with the Post-Appeal.
Smith has won a most enviable notoriety
and succeeded in securing a reputation
which few men care to earn. The truth,
however, must appear, and we propose to
publish it in our own chosen way and time.
Edwin Booth as Hamlet. —The
Opera House was filled last night, in spite
of the maclimations of the ticket specula
tors, many of the audience having to pay
$5 for prominent seats. Mr. Booth was
accorded a hearty welcome. His rendi
tion of the title role of Shakespeare’s great
est drama is well known by reputation
among those who have been denied the
pleasure of seeing him and hearing his
delineation of the Melancholy Dane. The
remark that he is getting too old for Ham
let has been made, and it cannot, be denied
that the idea has some force. The idea of
Mr. Booth,' it is plain, is that Hamlet is the
sanest man of the court except, perhaps,
Horatio. The delicacy with which this is
allowed to be seen is the perfection of his
art. While the general effect of some other
interpretations may be more faking, as a
study Booth’s Hamlet will never have a
rival. Salvini, Rossi, Keene all have par
tisans here, as against the performer of
last night, though there can be no ques
tion but that a great portion of the favor
with which Mr. Booth is received is owing
to his personal popularity.
The support last night was unworthy the
great actor. The Laertes of Barton Hill
and the Ophelia of Miss. Bella Bateman
were good, but with these exceptions there
was no meritorious acting in the company.
My Partner Friday and Saturday.—
Bartley Campbell's best play, with Aldrich
and Parsloe, two of the finest comedians on
the stage, will be presented, -as before an
nounced, on Friday and Saturday at the
Direct from Bovine Farm, 1,000 Quills
and Ivory Points. John 15. Daniel,
Wholesale and retail druggist, l.'i Kimball
House. 2-6-1 w
At the Atlanta Medical College yester
day, two students, William Lawshe and
Gray had a little difficulty which resulted
in Gray’s breaking a cane over Lawshe’s
head. Particulars and cause < f the trouble
are not fully known.
Here is the Premium Oil Stove.
The Adams & Westlake Manufacturing
Co.’s Non-Explosive Oil Stove warranted
safe in all particulars. Economical, clean
and neat. The best Heater and Baker in
the market. The only Oil Stove awarded
a Premium at the Great International Cot
ton Exposition held in Atlanta. Medal
recommended. See list of awards, group
29, class 12. The Blue Ribbon Stove for
Hunnicutt A Bellingratii,
36 and 38 Peachtree St., cor. Walton.
Arrivals at the Markham.
Wm Crombie, L K Lovejoy, Minneappo
lis; C L Wood and wife, Indiana; Mrs
S W Fiazer and child, Kentucky; Julius
L Brown, W H Morgan, Milton A Candler,
city; J A Patillo. W A Turner, 11 Patenian
and wife, E D Williams, Douglas Wikle,
John W Metcalf, J II Barnes, W 0 Banks,
J H Ma.bury, C T Mobley, E P Nowell,
W F Patillo, wife and two children and
servant, W W Clark, Miss Emma High, C
M Neel, 15 S Walker, J B Gaston,
Miss Leila P Echolls, T B Campbell. W
D O’Farrell, Willie O'Farrell, R L Cole
man, G W Ware, H Sheppard, J Thos.
Tisinger, J F F Matthews, S B Brown.
Chas Wessolomly, Miss Vossen, J W
Twiggs, Clifford Anderson, Georgia; Wm
Warshaw, Michigan; Barton Hill, John
Donley, San Francisco; FCHubner, Mason
Mitchell,‘F G Ross, Edwin Cleary, Moze
Edwards and wife, W E Miller, Mrs
L Eldridge, John W Murray.
W Y McPiiillips, New York; D C AnderJ
son and wife, Henry Bristol, Thos Sun"
derland, San Francisco; H B Montgomery-
Baltihnore; R Henry, North Carolina;
W A Walden, A and C R R; Capt R C
Perrin, J S Blaland,' South Carolina; H
Coff, Fla; J W Lillard, Tennessee, C H
Hutchins, St Paul, Minn; F M Bam berry,
South Carolina; W II McGill, South
Carolina; C 11 Miller, Kentucky, G F
An Episode of the Street Tax.
A colored man who failed to respond to
the fi. fa. for his street tax, giving as a
reason therefor that his family han been
prostrated with sickness and hadn't a
dollar to pay it with, was before the Re
corder this morning aud fined $lO. Enter
ing the ante-room of delinquents he made
the windows rattle with his sobs.
Other Candies Fresh
EVERY HALF HOUR DAILY
PHELPS’ GANDY KITCHEN,
Every Bosom Extra Long
and Reinforced on each
Side. They are Made Ex
pressly for and Sold Only by
NICHOLSON S JAMES
3 Pryor StreetJjKimball House).
BUSINESS ANDf PLEASURE.
Mrs. Branch, Boston, is dead at 112.
It was time for her to leave.
Boys’ Pants at Eisemq*i Bros. 2-10-3 t
A man may smile, and smile, and be a
fillin’.—Probably Dav.ll Davis.
Fire! Fire! —Trunks, Valises, Satchels,
Baskets, slightly damaged by water, will
be sold at a great sacrifice, at 11 North
Pryor, upstairs, oppejfte Moore & Marsh.
Lieberman & Kaufman,
2-7-6 t Atlanta Trunk Factory.
When a member of Jhe legislature mar
ries, his wife becomes speaker of the
For strictly pure St. Louis Lead Oil,
Turpentine, Benzine orjGasoline at bottom
prices, at wholesale or retail, it will pay you
to call on F. J. Cooledge & Bro., at 63 S.
Broad St. 1-11-eod-lmo
Mrs Schelley, of St. Louis, held a pick
pocket fifteen minutes, and the police got
“How old are said an ancient
dame to a grinning little tar-pot. “We i,
if 1 goes by what mudficr says, I is most
ten; but if I goes by de fun I’se had I’sc
most a hundred.” 0! that all could
measure their years in this way, but how
many measure them by long night watches,
and almost fatal coupling spells, which
could have been cured by a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup taken in season.
Daniel Webster's biother, Ezekiel, fell
dead while arguing a yjse before a Concord
Boys’ Pants atEiseman Bros., 55 White
hall street. 2-10-3 t
“I’m the light of this menagerie!” cried
the tapir. Then the other beasts wanted
to put him out.
My friend, this is no political article. It
makes no difference whether you are “or
ganized” or disorganized, a coalitionist or
a Republican—ifyou suffer with Neuralgia
or Headache, Neuralgine will relieve you.
It is asserted by the New York Commer
cial Advertiser that a Chicago man can
wear his wife's rubbers without incon
F. J. Cooledge & Bid., at 53 S. Broad
street, have the finest ifiioitment of French
and American Glass irk the city, at whole
sale or retail. Prices can’t be beat. Leave
word at their store utd they will have
your glazing donp- J-11-eod-lmo
be hung in the t/iffca'uf every Tanking
house. —New York Hfaald- So that he
may be “identified?” .
A triple source of happiness: A good
business, a contented spirit and a. bottle ol
Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup.
Os all men, David 4'avis is the right one
to give big dinners. In fact, Mr. Davis
wears the constant appearance of having
just bem to dinner himself,
For Georgia Test Kerosene, water
white, or 175° Head Light Oil, Ma
chine Oils, Cylinder Oils, Spindle Oil,
Linseed and Lard Oils, Cotton Seed Oil,
Banks’, Strait’s, Newfoundland and
Labrador Cod Oils, or any other Oils at bot
tom figures, wholesale or retail, call on
F. J. Cooledge & Bro., 53 S. Broad St.
Boys’ Pants at Eiseman Bros. 2-10-3 t
Detroit has followed Louisville in refus
ing to pay big prices to hear Patti, ami
several other enterprising communities re
gret that so much money has been fooled
Boys’ Pants, any size and quality, Eise
man Bros.’, 55 Whitehall street. 2-10 3t
Jane Swisshelm wants boards of health
to gather statistics and see how many fruit
■ aters take small pox as compared with
the consumers of dead pig.
My Partner To-night.—This beauti
ful idyl is by tl'e same author, Bartley
Campbell, who made "The Galley Slave,’’
"Fairfax," “My Geraldine," and many
other pieces noir played all over th<
world. “My Partner" is considered his
strongest production, and to tire value ol
the work is added a faultless rendition by
two of the best actors of America, Aldrich
and Paisloe, supported by a good com
A. 0. M. GAY & CO.'S,
37 Peachtree Street.
They are selling off their
Winter Stock at
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 10, 11
r Ulie Electric Success
CHAS. T. PARSLOE
Superb Star Company
By Babtlby Campbell.
“The play that made the fame of its author
in a night.” “And which is by long odds the
best play’ of American life that has been brought
on the boards.” —[New York Herald.
Prices as usual. Seats can be secured at
Phillips fc Crew’s music store. 2-4-td
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING,
February 13 and 14.
The Matti Sjiiare Theatre Ci.
With the Original New York Cast, in the one
Grtat Dramatic Triumph of the Century,
Now nearing its 1500th consecutive repre
sentation, by far the Longest Run on Rccoid.
This charming Comedy-drema will be inter
preted in its absolute integrity and entirety
by the following distinguished artists, com
prising the Greatest Dramatic Organization
Misss Effie El'sler, Miss Sydney Cowell, Mrs.
Sol Smith, Miss Flora Livingston, Miss Perle
Dudley, Messrs. C. W. Couldock, Harry Lacy,
Frank Weston, Charles Bowser, W. B. Cahill,
Edwin Milliken, Frank Colfax.
GOES HOME TO EVERY HEART.
The advisability of securing seats forthwith
is very respectfully suggested.
Scats can be procured at Phillips & Crew’s
music store. Prices as usual. Reserved seats
25c, extra. 2-9-td
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 16.
First appearance in Atlanta since their return
II A V EKLY’N
Earojean Mastodon Minstrels,
40 ORIGINAL 40
Coming iu all their vast entirety, with a flood
of fresh features.
The Largest. Most Complete and Reliable Min
strel Organization in Existence.
ASTOUNDING ADDED ATTRACTIONS 1! !
THE “ONLY” LEON.
(Late Kelly and Leon’s Minstrels).
Recollect everything new and original.
Secure scats early. Avoid the certain rusl •
Prices as usual. Seats on sale at Phillips A
IV ANTED—FEW COPIES OF A MAP OF
’ ’ the first section of Georgia, known as the
Cherokee Territory, with lots numbered by
Orange Green, published by Cowles, Daggett A
Co.; also, Hand Book, by Thus. P. Janes, Ap
ply at Post-Appeal office. 2-7-ts
BOOKS BOUGHT AND
“ Sold by W. B. Burke, 99 Whitehall, next
corner Mitchell. fcgT Sign Red Flag.„/*J
IV ANTED—THE PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT
' ’ they can get first-class Fr< sh Meat and
Sausages, at 395 Marietta street, delivered free
at their homes. PETER SCHROTH.
LIOR SALE-OLD BOOKS BOUGHT AND
*- Sold by W. B. Burke, 99 Whitehall, next
corner Mitchell. XrgT'Bigu Red F1ag.,,..’. £
DP. ELLIS & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND
• Commission Merchants, 21X Marietta
street, Atlanta, Ga., give their personal atten
tion to the sale of Furniture, Merchandise,
Real Estate, etc. Liberal advances and prompt
returns made. nov7-tf
pARTIES WISHING TO BUY OR SELL
L Wild Lands and Mining Interests, Farms or
City Property, call and see 1. Y. Sawtell & Son,
Real Estate and Wild Land Agents, 50 Marietta
JJOR RENT—ONE LARGE ROOM, WITH
*' fire place and closets, 108 McDonough
HOOK & WILLIAMS, REAL ESTATE
' Agents, 65 8. Broad street. 2-9-21
LURE! FIRE!—TRUNKS, VALISES, BATCH-
L els and Baskets, damaged by the late fire,
sold at a great sacrifice, at 11 North Pryor, opp.
Moore & Marsh. Ijeberman A Kaufman.
\VE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE AND
« ’ rent property. We have demands for
houses and lots at this time. We would
he pleased for our many friends to call and
place their business in our haqds. Call and
see us, at No. 65 South Broad street.
2 9-2 t C()OK A WILLIAMS.
POUND -THAT 1 SAVE 75c. PER WEEK
*- in fuel by using a Hull Vapor Stove. No
smoke, no wicks, no smell. No. 5 North For
syth street. 2-7-Iw
Shorthand instruction by mail.
Circulars sent free. Correspondence invi
ted. REV. W. WOODRUFF,
2-4-3 m P. O. Box 110, Baltimore, Md.
A A—WILL PAY THE ABOVE AMOUNT
(JpD W f or a suitable vacant lot.
2-9-2tCOOK A WILLIAMS.
OLD BOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD BY W.
B. Burke, 99 Whitehall, next corner Mitchell
2^'Sign Red 2-2-lm
A UCTION—JOHN NEAL & CO., AUCTION
lx Commission and Warehouse Merchants,
Consignments solicited and liberal advance’s
made on the same it desired; regular auction
sale days and excellent warehouse facilities
for storage; office and salesroom, No. 9 Broad
(near Marietta) street, Atlanta, Ga. Ail com
munications strictly confidential.
A NEW SEVEN-BOOM HOUSE ON WEST
A Peachtree, opposite Cox street, in an excel
lent neighborhood. Apply to
R. H. KNAPP,
Real Estate Agent.
2-8-4 t No. 10 East Alabama street.
I. O. O. F.—Barnes No. 55, meets Friday
evenings. 7W o’clock corner Whitehall and Ala
bama streets. H. G. HUTCHISON, N. G.
H. H. Jackson. R. 8.
I. O. O. F.—Capital No. 60. meets Thursday
evenings 7% o’clock, corner Whitehall and Ala
bama streets. J. E. CHAMBERS, N. G.
L. C. Butler, R. 8.
K. P.—Atlanta No. 20, meets every Tuesday
evening, at 8 o’clock, at K. P. Hall, junction
of Peachtree and Broad streets.
C. L. MANGUM, C. 0
W. E. McAllistbb, K. of R. and 8.
53 WHITEHALL STREET.
* . ■
Atlanta Stove and Tin House
J. W. PHILLIPS, Manager.
No. 12 MARIETTA STREET.
—-S& WISSi &
’vLtL’ Crockery, Glassware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, .
And a general line of Furnishing Goods.
W Send for prices before purchasing else-
where, and save money. 2-8-6 m
FURNITURE BY THE MILLION.
Worth of Furniture, new ar 1 elegant, must be sold by March Ist, to make room for
our Spring Steck. Our stock consists of 200 Chamber Suits, from $20.00 to-$350.00;
•>0 Parlor Suits, from $37.50 to $250.00, and a number of elegant. Hit Racks and Hall
Stands, from SB.OO to $75.00; 10 Book Cases, from $20.00 to $150.00; Chairs, Tables,
Mattresses and Bed Springs too numerous to mention. These goods are to be seen
at our sales rooms, No. 85 Whitehall street, and 92 and 89 Broad street. No trouble
to show goods. Polite and attentive clerks to wait on our customers. Remember they
must be sold to make room for our spring stock.
STOCKER & CASTLEBERRY,
, „ o , 85 Whitehall, and 92 and 89 Broad Streets.
LIEBERMAN & KAUFMAN
TRUNKS, KS® VALISES,
9 and 11 North Pryor Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Trunks Covered and Repaired.
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WALL AND CEILING PAPERS
We have added to our stock one of the most beautiful,
chaste and elegant selections of the above goods, ever of
fered to the public. All of the latest patterns, including
Frescoes, French Velvets, and all of the most elegant
goods, as well as a fall assortment of the Common pa
pers. Don't fail to see our stock before you purchase
DUCK CO., 35 Broad Street.
A natural material for finishing walls and ceilings. Ready for use by adding hot
water. Call and get a sample card of tints see why Alabastine Is superior to Kal
somine. Every pacage guaranteed. We are sole agents for Atlanta. Price
55 cents a package and same amount does twice the work of Kalsomine.
Georgia Yellow Ochre.
We control the product of the Georgia Ochre works for the Southern States. It is ground
much finer, and is a brighter color than Rochelle Ochre. Prices equal to any other market in
the United States. Send for sample and price. DUCK it CO., 35 Broad Street
We are headquarters for Lubricating Oils, as we receive them direct from producers on con
signment, with orders to sell at best prices we can get. We will ship in car lots from point of
production, where freight is an object Our special agenev for these goods cdhsists of West
Virginia or Black Oil, Parafine, Golden Machine and Spindle Oil. We also deal in all kinds of
Oilr. DUCK & CO., 35 Broad Street
PLATE GLASS AGENCY.
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NEW ALBANY, IND., November 19,1880.
MESSRS. DUCK & CO.. Atlanta, Ga.:
Dears Sits:—Parties in your city are very desirous of having the Exclusive Agency of Plate
Glass in your city. We prefer to have you handle it if you will take hold of it and push it
What say you ?
If yon will accept the agency, will sell no one else in your city but yourselves.
Yours truly, N. P. DePAU, Cashier.
: WINDOW GLASS. :
All manufacturers say that we keep the best and largest assortment of any house in this
section of country. Our prices are ery reasonable.
VALENTINE’S and NOBLES 4 HOARE’S VARNISHES.
We keep a full stock of Valentine’s Varnishes at manufacturer’s price. Also Nobles & Hoare a
of London, England, for whom we are exclusive agents in this section.
DUCK & CO, 35 Broad Street.
We understand that parties are offering Green Seal White Lead in this market. None such
is pure or genuine except that made by Davis, Chambers & Co., of Pittsburg, Pa., and fer which
wa are BOLE AGENTS.