I An Albany woman woke her husbantf
I during a storm and said: “I do wish you
I would stop snoring, for I want to hear it
I ' thunder."
s It is cruelty to cast your bread upon
the waters ii the bread is sour and
heavy, it might give the fishes the
Whbm the bold Highlander went
, , courting lie tersely introduced himself:
“Ann Saxon, I am BtxlerickDhu.” Ann
It isn’t because a woman is exactly
afraid of a cow that she runs away and
screams. It is because gored dresses
are not fashionable.
Whbn a New Orleans man wanted uis
j picture in an heroic attitude, the artist
painted him in the act r.f refusing to
drink. -.Boston Transcript.
A touku lady wrote some verses for a
paper about her birtlxlay and headed
them ** May 30th.” It almost made Iwr
hair turn gray when it appeared in
print, “My 30th.”
“ You don’t know how it pains me to
punish you,” said the teacher. “I
guess there’s the most pain at my end
of the Stick,’* replied the boy. •• ’T any
rate, I’d lie willing to»w?,p.”
bArt,Ev says: “What men'call <•«•>-
s de>d» ia God's swn part,” but it is hard
oonvimee a man of this when he steps
r<lown a step that he didn't kuow waa
there and busts a pet corn. He thinks it
that other party’s .art.
“ It’s a long way from this world to
the next," said a dying man to a friend
who stood at his bedside. '* Oh, never
mind, my dear fellow,” answered the
friend, consolingly, “ you'll have it all
He loltsrsd at the test! rat.
A f ttblot lu Ilia flat.
X A wink)-warty fluid brimmed
The ma. gr bia liptete kltwud.
bt\ “ 1 wlab that I Could gat
A pair <?f trouaara matto
For aummer wear aa thin as this
-Og City Drrruk.
h Halloa 1 Bob, how are you ? ” Bob,
who ho#! been in jail for debt for some
months jauit, answered: “Very well,
thank you; but 1 have been in trouble,
you know ?” “ What trouble ailed you f
“A trouble ;>a.sed in durance.
A yovno lady who waa doing the Alps |
reported progress to her guardian : “ I
/ tried to climb the Matterhorn ; didn’t
f reach the top. It's absurdly high
I everything is high in this country.
I Please send me some money.”
F 1 hat>. the vile, pcaUfertms fly
L That will not let me lie
Wb»m 1 would take my Riorum# rntp;
I I aquirw about and try to atap
■ That fly,
■ J But 1
■ But slap my face in vain attempt
j? To kill the wretch, I
AM allog-sl poet says that violets are
gems on Nature’s polonaise,” i
and we presume on the same plan it
may ba sail fiat »has turnips an the
I " buttons on Nature's negro-minstrel
■k dwSer _
••J’vn five cents left,” said a loafer,
« “no I’ll buy a paper with them.’” “ What
jmpsr doyeu buy?” said a fnond, m,
riona to learn the literary taste of file
acquaintance. “A paper xd tobedoo,”
. replied the loafer. •> *- •’
Ella Wmbk.sk has not received «
single offer of marriage since the pnbli
cation of ber poem: “ Mamma Will
Not Leave Her Home.'* How often the
moat promising effort* of our liven yield
naught but disappointment, She
should not give up in despair, however.
A brief poem beginning aa follow*
might have a more satisfactory result;
IMrtafl uaete'a <U*d and gons,
* * Leaving all bis tart th to me,
But wbst are riches, what an- lauds,
Hines his dear face do more I wet
Maid of Detroit, ere we wed,
Tell me, can you bake good bread ?
Is the coffee that you brew
Strong and clear, of amber hue t
Doyon ever eomb your hair
Where the weird hash you prepares
But find of all, pray tell me. sweet.
Are you curwed with frigid feetT
TH* OLDEST LIB'ING 81-CO!\UKF.tt-
Mark Alexander, of Mecklenburg
county, Va., advances the claim that be
is the oldest living Congressman, dis
puting for that honor with Edward Dar
lington, of tliis State. Mr. Alexander
is now 90 years old ; was in Congress
from 1819 to 1934. The distinguished
Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina,
and the brilliant Randolph, of Roanoke,
were his messmates when in Washing
ton. He is also the sole survivor of the
celebrated Virginia Oouvention in 1829-
v 80. A oorrevjs ndent says he is of me
dium stature, walks without a cane,
visits occasionally, reads without glasses,
has good teeth and sleeps well, but
thought his hearing was injured from
the use of quinine. During his life he
has used tobacco moderately, but never
indulged in the use of stimulating
liquors. He reads the papers ut the
present day with great interest ; waa
last seen in Washington in 1868; ia
fond of recalling scenes of former years,
and seems to delight in the associations
and recollections of the past. ■ His wife,
a daughter of Gov. Turner, of North
Carolina, still lives, and ia twenty yean
younger than her husband. They were
married over half a century ago. They
live in retirement and isolation from the
activities and excitements of thia pro
gressive age, but qhietly enjoy their
country home with its pleasant sur
roundings, where they can reflect in
peaceful solitude upon the great events
which have transpired during their life,
and treasure the associations with the
great and cultured still kept green in
their memory.— Philadelphia Press.
Thkre is not a community in this
whole country so much under the influ
ence of ruffianism as Now York city
with all its guardians of the peace. The
James boys would be king bees if they
should settle thorn.
Thosi are mock gentlefolk who mask
their faults to others and to themselves;
the true know thorn perfectly and ao
THB GBA VKH-CILLBY DVBL.
*1 In 1838 Gen. James Wat ion Webb
[ challenged Mr. Nathan Cilley, a mem
; tier of Congress from Maine, for mis
representing this bank transaction on
t the floor of Congress. Mr. Cilley re
j fused to meet him, on the ground that
( he was not resimnsible for words spoken
in debate. Mr. Graves, of Kentucky,
Webb’s friend, inquired whether he took
any exception to Webb personally, to
which Cilley replied, “ Certainly not;”
but that he could not and would not be
responsible for words spoken in debate.
Graves reported the result to Webb,
who agreed to consider the affair at an
1 end. Subsequently Mr. Cilley's friends,
including Mr. Benton, censured in no
measured language Cilley's ground of
refusing the challenge. Graves related
1 to the Hon. Henry A Wise, the present
Governor of Virginia, what had occurred
, and the final settlement of the affair,
when Wise told him that Cilley’s friends
would compel him to deny the ground
of settlement, and urged him to get
Cilley’s signature to a letter recapitu
lating what had occurred, in a manner
which waa calculated to place him
in a very eqqivocal i>osition. Graves
adopted bis counsel, and told Webb
wliat he intended. Webb begged
him to do nothing of the kind, as it was
intoacorner, insisting that
he (Webb) being satisfied and the mat
ter diapioeed of, nobody had a right to
meddle with or open it, and liegged
Graves not to heed Mr. Wise’s advice,
which could not fail, in the then-heated
state of the public mind, to lead to dis
astrous results. But Graves said: “ No,
lam advised to do this for the protec
tion of my own honor, and I shall com
pel him to sign this letter. It is my
affair I am attending to, and not yours.’’
Webb continued his remonstrances and
his entreaties to let the matter rest; but
ail in vain. Graves had lieen told by
Wise that his own honor required the
signature to the letter, and he deter
mined to have it Never was there giv
en such thoughtless counsel to a high
minded and honorable man, and the
consequences were just what Webb had
predicted. Cilley, who w<w a brave and
well-disposed man, smarting under the
censure of his friends for having simply
done his duty in refusing to fight a duel
for words spoken in debate, most
peremptorily refused to sign th*,
letter tendered to him or to
make any explanation whatever upon
the subject—secretly rejoicing, no
doubt, at the opportunity of proving
■ that he had not declined the duel from
personal fear. Thereupon Graves sent
a challenge to Cilley by Wise. They
fought with rifles, and Cilley fell Webb
from that time to the present has never
spoken to Wise, and has always held
. him morally responsible for the sad re
' suit, as he also did Greves and all who
■ knew the particulars o 4 the affair. In
the Presidential contest at IM4 Mr.
; Wise sttompted to make Mr. Clay re
sponsible for the death of Cilley, but
Mr. Ctay caned forth the statemest ir..m '
Greves, which sompletoly sxoueretod
Mr. Clay, ami in which he stated that,
j after the matter had bean finally set
tfod to the entire satisfaction of Gen.
Webb and himself, Mr. Wise had m
tecetl him to demand from Mr. Cilley
the letter which led to the duel, in di
rect opposition io the entreaties of
Webb; and further, that Mr. Clay knew
nothing of the matter until Mr. Cilley
had refused to sign the letter which
Mr. Wise hsd counseled, and when die
question of veracity had thus been
raised and a fight became inevitable.—
Harper’s Weekly, 1858.
Thkrk is no better way to H ’e health
ily and happily than to culti’ ata a tem
perament wherein the most contradicto
ry qualities and propertiet- of the organ
ism are perfectly counter-talane-xl and
Bcoti-akd derives 11,500,000 per an
num as rental from sporting grounds.
The Duke of Westminster pays *IO,OOO
for one tract.
xoxe HtriMK nr mkv ,i v.- imr
Referring to the wonderful feats oi
swimming performed by Webb, the .
opinion is expressed in Xatnr< that men
and animals would sustain themselves
for long distances in water much ofteuer
were they not incopiicitited by terror or
completely ignorant of their real pow
Some years since the second mate of
a ship fell overboard while fisting a i
sail. It was blowing fresh, the time
was night, and the place some miles out
in the stormy German ocean. The
hardy (allow nevertheless managed to
gain the English coast Broek, with n
dozen other pilots, waa plying for fares
by Yarmouth, and, as the muiushoet was
belayed, a sudden puff of wind ups< t
the boat, when presently all perished
except Brock himself, who from 4 in
the afternoon of an October evening to
1 the next morning swam thirteen miles
l>efore be was able to hail a vessel at
anchor in the offing. Animals them
selves are capable of swimming immense
distances, although nnable to rest by
the way. A dog recently swam thirty
miles in America in order to rejoin liiii
master. A mule and a dog washed over-
Isxrd during a gale in the Bay of Biscay
have been known to make their way to
shore. A dog swam ashore with a letter
, in his mouth at the Cape of Good Hope.
The crew of the slop to which the dog
lielonged all perished, which they need
! not have done had they only ventured to
tread water like the dog did. Aa a
, certain ship was tailoring heavily in the
( trough of the sea it waa found needful,
in order to lighten the vessel, to throw
some troop horses overlioard which had
i been taken in at Corunna. Die poor
things, a staff surgeon said, when they
found themaelves abondoned, faced round
I and swam for miles after the vessel. A
’ ' man on the east coast of Liucolnsliirc
saved quite a nucilier of lives by swim
ming out on horseback to vessels in dis
trees. He commonly rode an old gray
mare, but when the mare was not at
hand he took the first horse that
THE PHONOGRAPH, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1881.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM’S
The Poßitiro (’tire
For all Female Complaints,
TM> preparation, its name Mrntfl.-s, eonMrtii oi
VogvtabJc I*rop<*rU<M that are hurmh * to the ioo«t del
ieftteinvalid. vtu* trial the uwr.td of this Com
(KHiud will be rccoirTilxe-d, aarvlh f i« ImaMMiate ; and
when Jv w h continued, in nincty-niiMi cor jin a bun.
drvd, ap-rnmncntmrK*iscSt*ct<rf! r MthouMAiida will u-.+
Ufy, On accottDt of it* proven merits, it is t<>-day re
commended and pivacriia-J by the beat physicians in
It will euro entirely the wnr«t form of falling
of Che utcrun, Lrurorrh<;<ct, and painful
Wen «lruAtl' !i, nil Ovarian Troubles, lulLanniuth n and
riceratlon, Hoodiugw, all DUplMemenU and the cun
•ttq lent spinal w eat new, and is especially adapted to
the Change of Life. It w ill <liH»>lve and rxj« l tumors
from die uterus in au early stage of deve!opfm*nt. Tht.
Urfidency to cancerous hamurs there i* checked very
•p.«edily by its use.
!j» fact it ha> proved to be the groAt
rst arxl best remedy that has ever been disco re r
fitl It permcai>-s over.r portion of the system, and given
n.*w life am! -
roys alt craving for aUimiiaaU, and relieves weakuesa
txf th*! ctonuu h
It cures Bloatir.g, He.vdachcs. Nervous rrcstratlou,
General Debility, She|.l s, l>cpr<n*iou and Indi
gl'fitioo. That fevißngoi*b’-'U'iggdenffn, causing pain,
weight end backache, fa.dways iK-rmauently cured by
Itiuae. It willat all timre, c.r -nmatan
eta, act lu h.-ir>nony wWithe law thM governs U»
tn aide system.
For Kidm yt'.'iitplainA’'<>f eitfa-r this compound
Lydia E. Pinkhan.’s Vegetable Compound
Is prepared nt and 535 We«ti>rn Avenue. Lynn, Mana
Pr cc|l 00. S»g bottles fur <?*».(». . Bent by mail in the
form of pills, afao in the fcrtti of on receipt
of p ice, fli 00. per box, for elUier Mrs. PINKHAM
ffwlyan-'i rtalll tL r»ut iiwjulry. Bend for pam
ptikC. Aiidrvci an a-Mj*e Mndtun ikit paper.
No fun.o) ManiMbe without LYDIA E. PINKHAM
JVER FILIAL They cure Constipation,
and T.rfphhty of Use Uver. & cents per box.
For -m! by LAMAR, RANKIN Al \MAR.
» yxwl IP yyjg ■ ■
■■THE ONLY MEDICINE
■I IN EITHER Liqi'lD OR DRY FORM
Mg That Arts at thr »ume time «u
Q m urn, rst bo was,
n in THB KZBHBTS.
■ WHY ARE WE SICK?
■1 ZLctncje w 'i.’tow Huaa gnat organs to
clogged or torpid, and poisonotts
MAwnortarr therefore forced into ths blood
M that shouldfjixlied naturally.
■ WILL SURELY CURE
H LIVER COMPLAINTS,
fl Ay cawtaf free action (f thw organs and
R storing their poster to throu disease.
Why Mffer Bilious paiut aud arheel
RwhyteruMated with Piles Coa«tipatlo»!
Form. In tie
•tx qwtfta ofl
ly prepare A
i either form.
Whose complexion betrays
some hmnuiatlng imperfec
tion, whose mirror tells yon
that yon are Tanned, Sallow
and disdgured in countenance,
or have Eruptions. Redness,
Roughness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan’s Magnolia Haim.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, the artificiality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the Magnolia 3alm
is j udiciously used.
= /W s i
s IK 85
=* I ftUILT c -
ta f ii riNt »
The Latest The Best
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
The ]ian<h> >mest and most complct<
LARGE ARM MACHINE
IIAI’STRATED CIRCI LABS SENT
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
Southom Office. Mo. 8 H. Charles St. 8.-iltimom. M<
BENTLEY’S BARBER SHOP
NO. » BROAD STItEKT,
Shaving 1O Cents.
Hair Cutting 20 Cents
IL U. BKNTUnr, Proprietor. "
The BEST Wind Mill on Earth.
V IMPROVED IRON
KM WIND km
Simple, Strong, and Durable.
Will not Shrink, Sweii, Warp, or
, Rattie In the Wind.
E. C. LEFFEL & CO.
Ez7 ALB °'
If 111 rjl| Iro" Wind Ingin.
/ 'T' S Anti-Freezing
/ FORCE PUMPS.
Before Purchasing any other Windmill, sent
for Price List. Address,
Springfield, Ohio. *
State where you saw this advertisement.
.“? o ? i
and MOST DURABLE
’ortablo Engine on the market.
MADE IN SEVERAI. SIZES,
I, S, 10, 12, and 14 Horae Power.
Circulars and pricee free on applicat ion to
I. H. THOMAS & SONS,
--.w ,/WJ w
to raaa i <mvb hSwM
‘•EtwlteL T<mt«. < itoratnr.'T.J Di.ret
io."-Mv.liral Lynrhßure, Vn.
-V«4 with jrroal ia Malar* »n<i
Diphtheria " —B. F. Ihipon. M.IL, Ga.
ur*<l i» dyaja-paia, chronic (ll
arrohw. aud ccrvhila.*‘--rror. S. J ack am, M
l»„ Vnh. I'eon.
“ta.ataalii'' a. a aarrom tonic. '-Hon. I. C.
1 1 .<■ it r Teno.
• iw a prophylactic in main
rio’ tliftlrtfU.’* —D. R. Falrex. M. IL, N. <>.
a ’«fanw tn health.’* —T
. Mercer. M.D.. Iml.
“Adapted inchroni:: «!»’rrhwa, wohilM am!
!y |-» j 'ia *' -Gv<». T. H wituia. M.D , N. Y.
-a., .-.,indiphtlteriaaml iH undgia.’’—J
I*. M. !»., N. < .
‘•ExreiltNt far nritain dlaetaei* pw-wliar U
.p.'de Pr »f..1..l !>.. Va.
“Promptin rvheving liratlfu hi . afrit ami nor
■ dir.” -Iti’v. I*. U. Dmltwin.
wfilii gruat Iwiwrtt in dytpepaia.**—J.
Mrßalrk. M.D., t» ».
••smted u> broncliltl? ami of digcHt-
! \ e organ*.“ —J. F. RougiiUm, M.D., Ala.
••M.» l valuable n mcify known f irfemaledia
arG's.- JiUm I’. Metteaur. M.D..1..L.D.
“Os grvat curative virtue.”—Thoa. F. llum-
M>ld, M l».. Mo.
• Item ficial in uterine ifrrnngrmriit and ma
iartowcondition#.”—-G. M. Vail, M.D., Ohio.
••< banning on tiw complexion, making it
smooth,clear, •‘•■ftand rosy.— Mi** M..of e.
••1 he prince of mineral totnea.**— Franeip
GiUiam. M.D., N.C.
••Ine-timablr as a «ontc ami alterative.”—
Hunter M. Guirv. M.D. Va.
’•Fine appetUer ami blood purifier.”—H.
Fiwher. M.D.. Ga.
“Very iH’neflria) in improving a reduced aya
leni.’’—Bi-bop BerkwitlH of Ga.
“Invalid* here find wvlrnine and health.”—
Rev. John Hanmm. lab- of
mon I. Va.
••Ha* real merit.”--Southern Med. Journal.
I'amphh’l* free. u|>on application.
Water II y rn-e. Maw and Pilk. t&, 50. 7ft
cent*. Sent poet-paid anywltere.
hummer w«miu <*X Springs beginft let June,
Ad in-* A. M. DAVIES. Pnw’tof the Co.
'■ V *t . I.v u-’libiirg. Va. P.O. Box I*4.
AnM br all I ‘niggiiit*. _
DR. STAINBACK WILSON'S
Ito«ide* treating in hia Medical, Hygienic ami
rnrkL-h-ttath Institute, all kin<ta of chronic
with ii’i« <|uaieii tueoeta Dr. w d <«i>
*eieU prvi*cripli«HiH mid medicine for home use.
oi-l the ine«!e’inv bring a< eoiupanu*! Io
w ntten direetiona adapted to each individual
tm’. the tn utinent in far more Huccennful than
SPECIAL DISEASES FOR HOME
Among the diarnite* to which be given apeeia!
attention, and which an* nrati
trentrel. may Im* t icntfoned: Dywepnia ano.
< nation; Diwplarement of the Womb and
other DiacaiW’aof Women; (Jironic Diarrtxra in
children and adulte; Vital Weahneaa, Ix*eof
Power,etc., in men.
PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT.
While drug* are not uxrlodcd. the treatment
i- argvlk hyipcrlir. embracing tin- •• Moormen'
• are;” bathing, excreiwj, etc... the great Prin
ciple being to buikl ni> and invigorate rather
ti an wtimulate ami debilitate.
MrDIREt TIONB FOB SENDING. •-Write
full uearription of v«»ur cam-, encioaing a etamp:
and it tliie U not MuittcamU »u<’h qorations will w
naked aa may I* nwewmn- tn g« t a full undcr
- bind ing of the caae, ami tlwn wiedicinee and
h recti<>nmtp<’<’tally adapted to it will l>e uent by
mail orexpreaa. < hargea rnatanflide, and made
'•tthcr by tne caac or month. AtWreaa in full
/NO. STANBACK WILSON, M. D
feldti Atlanta. Ga.
Brunswick and Albany Bailroad Co.
Change or Schedule.
BUPKRINTKNDKNTB OFKICK, )
Bxcxhwicx, Ga., July IT, 1879. J
On mid alter July 17th, 1879. piraenger
train, on thin road will ran as follows:
Pasaaniror train leaves Brunswick dail)
(except Sunday) at r-- 1 * 0 ® 4 “
Arrives al Tebeaiiville, AJA G RR-. 11:17 am
Leaves Tebeaurille.A |A G K K at. 11:37 A M
Arrives al Albany at 8:00 r m
s ' KSTCBMrXO
Leaves%ybany daily (exoept Sunday)
at 800 * “
Arri.es st Tclwsurillo, A 4 G R 1t..4:19 r M
Leaves Tebesrrfilh, A 4 G R it at.4:40 r M
Arrives al BTuq-wlek _..8:30rM
Trains from vNu<ny make close connec
tion at Teheaiiviile,- with A. A G psuwen
for trsiu from Savsun't !l *'’o with but few
laran, delay al Tebt ii'iville, with A. AG
pasrjngev train fui Fl-lpda
Trains from Hronswiak connect at Te
beauvilhs with dey paawiNff' train of the
A. * n. R. R. which irevOi TebeauviUs
ior Florida at 1:35 p. M. •
OHARLK 8 L. BCHIUTTBB,
Great kennesaw route .
Western A Atlantic Railroad.
On and after Sunday, December 1, 1879,
Triple Daily Passenger trains will be run
by the Old Reliable Kennesaw Route.
THS VAST MAIL TRAIN NORTH.
Leaves Atlanta at 2.00 p m
Arrivea Knoxville at 10.30 p m
Arrivea Bristol at 3.45 a m
Arrives Lynchburg at 1.55 p m
Arrivea Waahington at 9.40 p ro
Arrives New York at 6.45 a m
THS FAST MAIL TRAIX SOtTH.
Leaves New York at 10.00 p tn
Leaves Washington at 7.00 a m
Arrives Atlanta at 12.55 noon
Only 39 Hours from N. T. to Atlanta
Pullman ears run daily between New Or
leans, Mobile. Montgomery, via Atlanta to
Washington, without change, connecting
closely at Washington with Pullman cars
aud coaches for New York without change.
Pullman Palace Cars leave New York
daily, ruak.ug close connection at Washing
ton with Pullman Cars for Atlanta, Mont
gomery, Mobile, and New Orleans.
The Kennesaw Route is the only liue offer
ing such through car arrangements.
THB VAST MAIL TBAIN
also makes close connection at Chattanooga
from and to all points West.
THB BXI'RKHS TRAIN NORTH
Leaves Atlanta at 9.25 p bi
which makes close connection for Rome
ondall to the Virginia aud Tennessee
points, also at Chattanooga for all
THS KXriUSH TRA.N S. LtH
Arrives at Atlanta 10.50 p m
making connection from all points West
Also from Virginia and Tennessee
Leaves Atlanta daily(except Sunday>4.36 pm
Arrivea Atlanta “ “ “ 7.55 a m
Low Kxeursoo and Emigrant Rates to
all points in Toxas.
Send for schedule.
* B. W. WRENN,
General Passenger Agent, Atlanta. Ga.
QT EORGIA RAILROAD.
Georgia Railroad Co.,
Office General Manager,
AcotirrA, Ga., Sept. 4th, 1881.
Commencing Sunday, Sept. 4th instant,
the following Passenger Schedule will be
NO. 2 EAST DAILY.
Leave Atlanta 8 30 a m I
Arrive Athens 4 50 p m ’
“ Washington 265 p m
“ Camak 1 57 p m
“ Milledgeville 449 p tn
“ Macon 645 pm
“ Augusta 406 p <n
NO. 1 WEST DAILY.
Leave Augusta 10 30 a m
Macon... 710 am
“ Milledgeville 905 a m
“ Camak 12 29 am
“ Washington 1130 am
“ Athena 980 a m
Arrive Atlanta 5 45 p m
No connection to or from Washington on
Leave Atlanta 6 00pm
Arrive LiUmhm* i 16 pm
Leare Lithonia 6 25 am
Arrive Atlanta 8 00 a m
Lrere Atlanta 12 45 noon
Arrive Decatur 1 15 p m
Leave Decatur . .T? tit p ■
Arrive Atlanta 2 45 p bi
NO. 4 BAST DAILY.
Leave Atlanta ' 8 30 p b>
“ Athena...*. 700 p b>
Arrive Augusta 6 30 a b>
NO. 3 VEST DAILY.
Leave Auguste 5 M p n>
“ Athena 7 00 a m
Arrive Atlanta 5 00 am
Trains Nos 2, I, 4 and 3 will not stop at
flag bU lions.
Conueete at Augusta for all pointe Ra«<
•ind South-t aut
*ty Superb Improved Sleepers to Au
Pullman Sleepers Auguste to White
HTOnly one change Atlanta to New
JNO. W GREEN. R R DORSEY.
Gen I Manager Gen’l Pass. Ag t
ROME HOTEL. Broad St., Rome,
Ga. Kates Bros., Proprietors. In
the principal business square of tlie city
aud in ten steps of railroad. No omnibus
D A VEN I’o KT HOUSE, Toccoa
City, Ga. 8. V. Davenport, Proprit -
lor. Located within 100 yards of Atlanta
A Charlotte Air-Line R. R.. nearest point
to Toccoa and Tallulah Falls. Terms: jl fiO
to $2.50 per day, according to Location of
Room. Special Rates given for longer time.
National hotel, Daiton g».
J. Q. A. Lewis, Proprietor. The on
ly first-class hotel in the City.
ALMETTO HOUSE, Spartan
burg, 8. C. T. P. Benson, Proprietor
Most convenient hotel in the City.
QT. JAMES HOTEL, Cartersville,
Go. LC. Hose, Proprietor. Elegant
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
CtLINARD HOUSE, (near Post
) Office, Clayton Street.,) Athens, Ga.
Rooms all carpeted. Sample rooms for
commercial men a specialty. K. D. Clin
Madison house, Madison,
Ga. P. B. Woodward, Proprietor.
Porter at all Trains.
EECKULS HOUSE, (Business
Centre.) Social Circle, Ga. Two
minutes walk from Depot. Porter at all
trains. Rates of Board: Single meal, 50c.
per day, $2. Accommodations strictly flrat
-Ibm. Mm Srtuir Kcki.pi Proprietress.
GODDAKD HOUSE, Griffin. Ga.
Lucius Godda-d Proprietor. Thia
House is a new, two story Brick, erected
in 1873 and enlarged in 1876. Terms Per
day, $1.50; per week, $6 00; permonlh,
S2O to $25.
Cl RUSE HOC.-E, Covingvm. Ga.
/ R. Cruse, Proprietor. Terms reason
able. Accommodations strictly first-clssa.
Guests conveyed to and from depot, free
Livery Stable ran in connection with hotel.
ITCHFIELD HOUSE, Ac
worth. Ga. K. L. Litchfield, Proprie
tor Good fare and rea*onsble?terina.
raiinr n patented and known
FUKt D Ball’s Iligmtire
I■ W Mll F !Sa,t -> *hich tastes
Mvnii esT Hire and is wed at
WTUu EA I tabla precisely like
ordinary salt Seasoning yemr food with
thia condiment ensures rapid and perfect
digest ion, because the lack of gastno fluid
neocMary for digestion ia hereby supplied,
and by thus assisting nature the food must
digest. It makes au kinds of food agree
with the stomaeh ; createa an appetite ;
relipvte the weak stomach; prerente nau
sea or any distress after eating t make*
yon relish your food I and annihilates all
dyspeptic tendencies. Price 25 cent*. If
yon cannot get it from yonr druggist or
grocer, it will be sent by mail, on receipt of
price, by the proprietors,
ROBERTSON A CO., 34 Broadway, N. V.
N. B —Manubcturen of Kobertson's Pure
'Pepsin for phre rL — ’ prescrip<r»»s dof Rob
ertson's Saoubaratod Pepsin, whkh d>(en
Sow all ochen by teag a Kpsras formula and ricbai
Now grown ho popular throughout the coun
try, has proven iteelf bevond all cavil the
MOST POPULAR APPETISER
and reliable and agreeable remedy known for
LI VER CO MPL AI NT. SLE EPLESSN ESS,
SICK headache, sick stomach.
CRAMP COLIC. MALARIAL FEVERS,
IX)SS OF APPETITE, AGUE and FEVER.
INDIGESTION, GEN ER A I. DEBI CITY,
tobnihl up the womout strength and restore the
vigor to the failing frame it has unequal.
Though pleasant as a it Is not a guise
under which to take intoxicating spirits. l*ut is
really a valuable medicine, holdiug in solution
the *■ ?tive principles of thrGinseng root, which
for years has been the great panacea of the Old
It needs only to be tried to prove its virtue.
Daniel & Marsh,
WHOLESALEand RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
13 Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga
Hand & powed
Corn Shelters ft
For MILL, FARM, OR PLANTATION.
For FARM, MILL,
JOBBING, OR WAREHOUSE.
HORSE POWERS, JACKS, Etc.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA
LOGUE AND PRICES.
Sandwich Mt’g Co.
Cincinnati Southern Railroad
Nr a < in’ti Bov. R’y.
Lv Union De|»ot, Atlanta 12 15 n’t 2 jiipm
“ Marietta I(H)n’t 3 tw.prn
“Cartersville 2 IKnm 4 flflpm
“ Kingston 2 5 obpni
“ DalUm 4 (Ham 0 3Npm
Ar Boyce (Cincinnati .lunot n; 5 o*ain 743 pm
LvkChattanooga > ia < in. Sor. R v.
Lv Union Depot 5 uoam 730 pm
“ Boyce (Cincinnati .hincl'n) ft Iftain 7 ftepm
Ar.l unction City 1 ftopm 3 12am
•• Ix'xington 3 iNptn 4 2i»am
“Cincinnati 6 ft>pm 7 Warn
LvkCincinnati via BkkLine.
Lv C 11 & D Dvpui u Ispui . J «kfaui
Ar (develaiel 7Mmm. 2 4.»pni
“ Buffuki 110 pm h UOpm
“ Albany 12 :«»u‘t fl loam
“ New \ork filSiun 10 BOnm
Via N Y, P a OR R.
LvC, HAD De|M»t fl 1 Otipm
Ar Salamanca 3 lOuni 745 am
“ Hornellsville « 4opm H JOpm
“ Jerry City flfioam fl 3upm
“ New York ... fl. Warn. fl2ftj>m
Via Pannmyi.vania R R.
Lv IviUk- Miami Depart h Wpm HOOam
Ar Columbus t 12 50n't 12 »m’n
“ Pittahurg 7 ftonm 7 35|.n»
“ Washington 7 fttpm Attain
** Philadelphia ♦» 45pm 7 flftam
“ New York !> 30pm lo BS»ni
Via B * o U R
Lv Plum street De|wt 7 Iflpm ft J »am
Ar Parkmlmrrh I Wn*4 4 tapfh
•• Harper’ll Ferry l < l!»n ti I ifltam
“ Waohingtim 1 Bspm (•.’Han.
“ Bnhimon* xuftpm 740 um
“ Philadelphia Uflftpin I 15pm
“New York ft 30 pm 3 30pm
Via W A A R R.
Lv Union De|»ot. Atl <nta 12 Ift nt 2 50pm
•• Marietta 1 •*’ n’t 3Gpm
“Cartersville 2 13n’t 4 :;opni
“Kingston 2 3fln’t s‘Optn
“ Dalton 4 Olam fl :tspni
Ar lh»y< e. (Cincim ati Junct’n fto’-.'irn 743 pm
Lvk< hattanoooa VfACixSor R’v
Lv I nifin D<*|>ot ftooam 7 .Mtprn
•• Boyce (Cincinnati Jund’ii) .’••sam 7 jipm
Ar Junction < ily 1 ftopm 3 Itam
“ :J l*pin 4 iflani
M Cincinnati 0 2f)pn» 7 ftoani
11. W. < <»l I INGHAM.
G. S. A., Atlanta, <>a
<i. T A.,Cin<-innati, <>.
11/E call the attention of I’rintern «p<l other-
W having pre*" work te give out. tel hr ad
vanlMgi’R ixffw^’WM’flbv the I’IIOMM.RAi H for
doing mien work. Hcmac <•«!! itnd confer with
ub on thefilbjet I. Wo challenge <oni|»etition
I’HONCMiRAI’fI I’UBI.I.MIINO CO..
Solid Welded Angle Iron Frames
FIRE AND BUBGLAR
EXTRA SECURE LOCKS
W. H. BUTLER.
Formerly Valentine & Butler,
291 BBOADWAY, NEW YOBK,
GENERAL AGENT FOR
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
Send for Circular.
A WEKK. I
made atbonMe C'o*tiy outfit* fkkk. Ad
dPPneTPrV > CO l»raHln»ul Mwlns.
mos mu ENGINES.
Vertical and Hpark-Arreating KagtaMfl from 2 to
3 horw-powpr, mounted or unmounted. B*wt
nd ChaapMt Foglncii made. SISO upward®.
H«nd for Lilufftratod (‘atalofufl and for information
B - w - pIY " E
Sign, Fresco and House Painter,
13 SOVTII BROAD STREET.
HPaixxte, Oils,*T7" eixxxislxes,
0,<2 3,„ Window Glass, Artists' Materials, Etc.
BRO WN’S NATIONAL
Nearly Opposite Passenger Depot.
Re-Opened. Re-Furnished and First-Class in Every Respect.
We ask all our old friends ft nd patrons to give us a call.
R;ITtX-S’-i.OO per Day. Yleals. 3Oc. Lodging 50c.
E. E, BROWN & SON,
La rye Sample Roouis. • Proprietors.
101.103 and 105 W. FOURTH ST..
And DINING ROOMS,
13 East Alabama Street, - Atlanta, Ga.
D. W. ALLEN, Proprietor.
Flrst-ClaM—Moderate Charges—Reftttted—Sleeping Rooms Attached—Meal
Tickets at Discount.
Ladles’ Dining Rooms nnd lee Cream Saloon under persona, charge ol Mrs. Allc n
—T’uoFß.inrroß.roy the —
Geoilia JincilW Worts,
AND MANUFACTCREiI OY.THB —- *
■■'ZX' feu j
ML J” ■ H
®d immi mu tin ex
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA.
Builder’s Supply House.
• B. 11. BROOMHEAD & CO.,
(Sicceaaora to LONGLKY A ROBINSON)
OFFICE AND WAREBOOM, ttO Decatur St., ATLANTA, GA
Doors, Sash Blinds,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, NEWELS, SCROLLS.
STAIR RAIL, RALUSTERS,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE, NAILS, MIXED PAINT,
TUBE WHITE LEAD, ttKSSEB OIL,
Colors ol all Kinds, Dry and in Oil,
Gla»«, Pwlty, Glazier’* Points, Kalsomine, Paper Border* and Center*.
I'llIVINi Foil HIE HEM!
Merchant* In need of any kind of
JOIE FBI USTTIJSTG-
Should send in ua for estimate*. Our facilities for
BOOK and NEWSPAPER WORK
Are a* good u* any In the city. We print
THE ATLANTA SUNDAY PHONOGRAPH,
and ECLECTIC MEDICAL JOURNAL.
We are constantly milling new style* of Type and Border* to our office a*
noon a* It I* turned out at the foundry.
fx>w price* and good ifork for cash. Addreaa,
W. T. CHRISTOPHER 4c BRO,,
Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.