Sunday, November 13, issiT
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W. T. CHRISTOPHER A BRO -
_ Atlanta, Ga.
(Zer SaU, Per WanUd, efc., Asiwr
ted m tAto column al 6 annU ytr linn. in-
Tlion. #9 adcortn&rrumt recoined Jur U*»
1A4M816 Mats. PayaAto *n odeasuw.
Oh, how I wish election <l»y wm pawed,
WKh U* tlokeas end Ito pasters.
The candidate, Jiey hold me feet.
And nought bat beer my taete 1«-
How are your corns?
Patti will not come to Atlanta.
Ob! the mod, the beautiful mud.
Coal men » » putting on airs again.
All the soldiershave left McPherson
Everything in the city seem to be
on a big boom. -
A good many bridal parties attend
The Gale City Guard are to have
A count, ymtn always gives himself
away at the theater.
Mrs. Cohen, of Rome, has purchased
Jack Johnson’s place..
The weather during past the week has
been very disagreeable.
The Eiposieion ought .to be kept
open one night every week.
GavACo. have a beautiful display
of clothing at the Exposition.
Gi iffln people can come to the Ex
position now .'or eighty cents.
Northern people feel at home in At
lanta, because Atlanta is lively.
The opera house is full every night
—so are some of those who attend.
Wife beating appears to be a pas
time with Hie negroes of Atlanta.
Tom Bett’s body was appropriated.by
the young docto-s despite the govern
Doggoneit, did you ever see so
many pretty girls’ Thereto they
come from ? -
This sort of weather stiffens a fly
up so that he can’t help dropping on
The gieatest men have been those
who have cut their way to success
One hundred young ladles from
Winston College, 8. C., will visit the
ExposUJori onlhe TOth.
Theatrical people grumble because
they have to pay three cents per mile
to travel In this State.
Tennessee expends one million dol
lars per annum in snuff-dipping.
This is not much, yet ’tis ’auff.
Mr. Dick Wilson, of this city, died
last week. His remains were carried
to Athens, his old home, for burial.
The ProNousAPß will be sent to all
new subscribers the balance of this
year atjd all next for $2.00 in advance.
, A little thier! >g u a dangerous part,
Bnt •reeling 1,-g.ly i» a noble art;
"Itraa mean to rob a haproeet of a bee.
Bat Waaling thouMuub makee u» geailenwn.
The little folks all went to the Ex
position yesterday to see the sights
and stock up on Wrenn’s picture
Next to knowing when to seks an
opportunity, the most Impo-tant thing
in lire is to know when to foiego an
In his will Mr. Wm. Kidd, who died
in this city not long since, gave the
Young Men's Library Association one
A drunken man who attempts to
work in jig time with operatic music
with his stick at tbo opera house
ougijt t 6 be s*l down on.
Georgians need not fear anything
on the score of decorum. Three Tex
ans took the cake at the opera house
Friday evening for rudeness.
Al! the oranges that come from Flor
ida are from the eastern part of the
State. The fruit trees in west Florida
were killed last winter by the very
MqJ. Sidney Herbert accounts for
the bad weather with the following
hypothesis: Tuesday was sheep day,
and the bad weather came in time to
be with the other wethers.
Advertisement for the Hotel Regis
ter must be handed in early next week.
Monday we shall commence printing
the first side of the Hotel Register.
Be sure to have your card In it.
A runaway match from Tennessee
skedaddled through this city last
week. The bride prospective is an
heiress, and the young man a worth
less character. The same old story.
ffiThe Atlanta cocreapoiiilent es the
Nashville Banner is uliout the driest
fel’ow we eve- heard of. The city
council ought to pass a special ordi
nance to have the saloons often on
Sundavsto prevent his having the
The Local, at Savannah, pays us the
following compliment: “The Chris
topher Bros., Atlanta Phonooraph,
propose this week to issue 100,000 cop
ies of a paper the size of the Phoxo
oravu. to be called tho Hotel Register.
This Is another Instance of energy,
enterpiise and pluck.”
The ben is a moat inoenslderate and
unaccountable meature. Now that
she can lay eggs wot th three cents a
p'eco she takes a vocation and re
fuses to have anything at all to do with
bua|oess.. By and by. when chicken
seed ate down to fifteen cento a dozen,
sbe will put on extra help, and even
work nights to flood the market. The
hen Is no financier.
Big wedding next week.
Miss Emma Chase, of Albany, is in
H Miss Mabel Hillyer, of Rome, is in
; the city
M’s« May Rogers, of Covington, Is
in Macon. '
Jack Cartright knew all the La-
Miss Hunt, of this city, is sick with
fever at Griffin.
Miss Mary Tomlinson is visiting
friends at Ifecatur.
The LaGrange school girls had a
very enjoyable time.
Miss Nel la Bacon, of Albany, is vis
iting the Exposition.
Miss Claude Foster, of Madison, was
in the city last week.
Rome sent down a bevy of beautiful
young ladles yesterday.
Miss May Rogers, of Covington,
waa in the city last week.
Miss Claudia McDonald has return
ed to her home at McDonough.
Miss (da Mallory, a charming young
lady from Rome, is in the city.
The charming Misses Mays and Hil
liard, es Augusta, are in .he city.
Miss Helen Goodrich, of Griffin, is
visiting relatives at Fort Valley.
There were hundreds of beautiful
ladies at.Uie opera bouse Friday.
Miss Emma Smith, of Monroe, is
visiting Miss Ida Avery, at Acworth.
An heiress can wear anything she
pleases, and she always looks well in
The pretty Florida widow at the
I-eyden receives considerable atter
Miss Kate Wilson, of this city, is vis
iting Miss Beulah Shropsharle, at
MissQulgg of Couye.s, was in the
city Thursday, a guest o.' the Kimball
Miss Daisy Kirby, of Sumnierv''le,
spent last week with friends In .ne
Misses Nannie and Mamie Abra
ham, o’LaGange we'eat the Kim
Miss Hetei P.. of. this city wm the
p’el.lest young ladv on the Exposition
, grounds Friday.
Miss Evie Heisman, of Albany, wi'*
spends few weeks enjovl ng me hoi
Miss Mattle Dobbins, of Carters
ville, is visiting the family of M .J.
, D. Boyd, of Griffin.
, Miss Cecil Hightower has returned
to the ci.y, aLer spending several
( weeks near Dalton.
, Mines Lila and Bessie Fleming, of
Athene, are visit; if Miss Llczie Daw-
( son on Ivey street.
i Mm. Hs’ris, the charming widow
■ -f.-jm Sfitrford-. Fht7 ls la the "city, at
, the Leyden house.
s Miss Lily Wh' to, Oi Griffin, is spend
ingseveral days w'.h her frle id, M.*s
Helen Eradlev, at Newnan.
Levely ca. dinar caps are worn with
charm'iOgeffect over bright eves and
I banged hair at the Ope a house.
I “What a fashionable audience,” was
remarked by many a lonely bachelor
| last evening at the ope-a house.
■ Miss Salite Hoss, a society favorite
■ of Cartersville, is visiting her cousin,
Miss Sal'le El’io.t, of Rome.
Q lite a number of young ladies from
. dluerent seel.ons of toe country are
joining the Relief Fuad Association.
■ Courting 1» a natuial blessing. It
i teaches young people to speak mild’y,
especially if the old folks are In the
i next room with the door open.
1 "disses Kate and Fanny Cuool.tg
-1 ham and Miss Eddie McMoriia,of
Greenville, S. C., are at 87 McDou-
1 ough st-eet. They will remain here
s some time.
6 She hit him hard. Spoony dry
goods cleik to smart hum trying on a
» hat before the glass—“ Don’t I wish I
: was a looking glass?’’ Smart miss—
s “Yes, perhaps you would get more
girls to look at you then.”
5 Bright colored stripes and chicks
■ ate again in favor, and’host: who rush
» after every novel.y will at Qnce ap
pear In zebra garbs, sno .vlng as man/
. different hues as the ancient costume
, worn by Joseph himself.
t •• ——
• Am ln-rU11...
The gani'eman at Oglethorpe. Ga.,
who sent us an adveifseme.it about a
r water whee' Is iequested to get some
I body to write us a let er about it. We
> csa lead anything In this office, but
> the zitzag c.oss-m.u-k on a pack of fire
Ou. - city di unit s report »n Ln
’ mease Mie" of StTJeiob’s Oil. saying
’ toe demand Is based upon tne popu
la< i.y of Ito snvceM. Wtie,ever It has
been used, it has proved its value a
thousand fold, ana rece ves Ito best
’ eaconiums from those who have tried
I It.—LaFayette (Ind.', Sunday Times.
Mr. Eil ward Atkinson and e::-Gov
ernor RullocK had a cotton -nick Ing
e match on the gr o . n<f« the other day.
1 Among ihe’r specta.o-s was an old
F negro farmer whe Info-med them a<’-
* ter the completion of ihelr«task. that
1 “dat ’fore de wab. h*s massa would ha*
” licked him If he hadn't done belter.”
(, We pe ’delve by one of our Metssa-
K ebusetts exchanges that D-. Ix>rente
Watte, of Westfield, an ein'oent phv
*" s'clan of Berkshire eouctv, st toogly
Indorses St. Jacobs Oil. With It he
cu ed a case of Sciatica that lestoied all
regular p. ofessionsl I treatment, and
. that had 1.1 fact been abanuoned as in
-1 curable. —Albany (N.Y.) Dally Press
1 and Knickelbocker.
i , ' ae
1 "Re send your advertiseme it Monday
1 fir the Hotel Register.
i It will pay you to have a card in the
i Hotel Register, which will be print*
next week. Timothy, x—ld.
THE PHONOGRAPH, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. 1881.
Genevieve Ward is in Boston.
Emerson’s Minstrels are In San
Colville’s Spectacular World Is in
Lotta’s new play of Bob is not a ter
Patti has not sung in Anie.iea for
Emma Abbott was at the National
Capital last week.
Kiralfy’s Michael Strogoff was in
Louisville last week.
John McCollough and Mary Ander
son have been doing Cincinnati.
Miss Kate Claxton will begin a tour
of the Slates on the 22dof December.
V’on Suppe’s Boccaccio has just been
given in S>. Petersburg in a Russian
version, and proved a success.
Tom Keene closed a successful en
gagement in Baltimore. The Troub
adours followed him at Albaugh's.
Joseph Jefferson will not act be
tween January I and April I, but will
come South for hunting and tlshing.
During her career, Jenny Lind
Goldschmidt sang about a mil I ion airs,
and she is now a millionaire herself.
The circus boys are returning home
with good clothes and fat wallets.
The season has been a successful ouo.
Bernhardt is going to Englahd to
fill a long-felt want, but the loug-felt
want must be narrow for her to fill It.
The pleasing is made
that Siguor Salviui lias definitely de
cided to return to this eouatay next
Kate Claxtou nowswysto her hus
band: “Please band me that botHe of
soothiag sy up on .he bureau.’’ It's a
A combination Just started on the
road is called the “New Idea.” This
must mean riding home iustoad of
Matnematical problem: is it as
easy for women to cry during an emo
tional play as it is for men to smile
between acts ?
The town of Bari, the bl thplace of
Picciaui, the rival of Gluck, is about
to erect a monument to the memory of
Jehu Raymoud says he doesn’t count
for much o i poke- or seven-up, but
tackle him on match big pennies and
you will find him “f-esh.”
New O leans hs.d a gay time last
week. The Ho«y-f?a to'e, N. C. Good
win Tony Deuici, Re" a-Sa.isley,
and Edouin a Spa'ksCompany amused
Robson and Crane’s new play is
called D. A. M. it will te rather
awkard for the boys to ask thei - lovers
to go and see that “Dam" play this
Miu lie ra'mer VIU 'hereat.cr be* K
favo-ite with the Atlan’A public.
Wednesday night she charmed a large
i audience by her inimitable acting and
si aging. G.aham is aiao a whole
Some of .tie ushers at the opera
house put “taken” ca ds on seats that
are not iese<vod. aid give them to
special friends. Tb's thing ougiit to
bcstop(>ed at ooc« and we call Mr.
DeCive’s aiventioi to it.
One of the late Khedive’s female
suite escaped from the hare.n in Na
ples!, and has been engaged by the
manager of he Josef Stadt Theater,
Vienna. An Egyptian prima donna
wHI be anew attraction.
The at. actions for next week will
, be as follows: Edotdn Sparks, 10th
Tony Deniei's Dumpty Dumptr, 18th
and 19. h. On the 21st and 22nd Tnom
as Keene. Nov. 83rd Charlotte
Thompson as the Planter’s Wife.
The tnea ers of Pa is can accommo
date eve v eve'ipg 47,000 spectators
a id the case coacar s SO,OOO, so-ming
a to.nl rot (f short o< 100,000 places
offe -eu loama<cu -sos comedy, opera,
opere. e, or “chansons a la mode.”
Jar et; A Rice's Uncle Tom's Cabin
eomnaay baa tne>r property levied on
<•1 Ci' i cto<istl for debt. Blood hounds,
nlgge’ a and donkeys no ton_jer please
a sensible, d<scrl<n : uM : ag public.
Har-le. Beecbe* Stowe a plav needs a
rag aa.ur-ited w ; th at a : ca on it.
Heroe s ’Hearts of Oak" wrs pre
sented fo.’t i® accord time in ibis city
lastlau-sday eien'ng. The support
in two lmnoita.it characters did not
come up to last season, am, but for the
scenery it wou'd have been almost a
Te i years ago a .hectical maar'’,er
ref.sed to make derd-*ea<-s of -he
Mayo; and Conmos Co’.icil of
Pco-ia 111., • id out o' spi e .be offi
cials ns seed a i ord' » fee levy.ng a fee
of|looaeve r pe.lo nvnee given in
tne c.,». T-rn law Is al’U e i/orced.
So - ein was bi.te' ’y opposed te his
daughter aoonting tne staje. Since
the urine of the g.eat eonnnedia i has
bccoirs an open sesame to success, all
the cM’dren of the lata actor, appre
ciating t ’St fbci. » e following In the
footsteps of .he'r famous father.
Haverly’s Widow Bedo't, W>h Bish
op as the “Widow," ap.M-atod Io a
; splendid audience on. Tuesday nlgnt.
It was announced that the piece had
been^re-written and imp -oved.but there
were very few changes and fewer Im
provements apparent as compared
with its production last season. We
1 will not go into a crUicUm of the piece
itself, since the audience appea ed to I
, be satisfied with it; and a* for the ac
tors, they merit only commendation. |
Mias Victory Creese is a fascinating
little lady, and a natural actress. She
has an excellent voice, anil her modest
demeanor made her many friends.
Miss Clara Elleston is also achaiining
young actress, willi a pltsslng voice
and a mannar most graceful. She has
a neck rarely seen save in sculpture,
and more than one swain went Into'
rapture* over 1L The Widow waa a
The crowd gete larger every day.
November 24th will be educational
Last week was the sheep and swlue
Romans had a glorious time yester
The crowd gets considerably larger
Valuable articles aie found on the
Music is needed to liven up things
at the grounds.
Pick-pockeui somehow can't get in
their little work.
The firemen of the State will meet
here on the 28th.
The Air-Line has not sent in any
The tire extinguisher attracts a good
deal of attention.
Yesterday was Rome's day, and the
Romans enjoyed it finely.
The suit of clothes for Edward At
kinson was made last Monday.
•Drummer's day will be on the 30th,
and a lively one it will be, too.
The Ceut-al lailroad has reduced the
fare to one cent per mile on special
Judge Henderson and Capt. New
man are working like Turks to show
up Georgia’s advantages.
The people of Georgia do not aeein to
be aware of the fact that they have in
their midst the greatest Exposition
ever seen on the American continent.
The roads of Georgia would make
money by putting tbelr rates down to
oueuont per mile during the duration
ot the Exposition. The people would
appreciate it.—Thomasville Tinies.
B. F. Cole, representing Wlsenfeld
& Co. of Eaiumore and New York,
has a tine display of cloUiiug In the
, Art Ha’l, opposite Jaecard’s Jewelry
exhibit. His reversible overcoa.s oan
be ei her worn as sack or frock, are
indeed bsi’dsome goods.
E. D. Vittu I’, 1 ’, proprie tor of the At
lai'UtCudeiy Works, lias a magnifi
cent disclav of knives, 'a xirs, ta lore’
shears, etc. He has on exhibition a
knife eotUaining fiLte p : eces, which
wm made erdrely at nls establish
Wm. Krenrich, who represents the
house of C. B. Rogers & Co., UM* L.b
--e-.y stieci New York, has a fine'dis
play of weed wo-king wachlneiy in
the agr’cidtir- al machinery detmrt
. merit. V : s'o's should see the rnS.’U
factu ’cjof t‘>eC dnese -able puz 'earn!
the comb’■’aJo i cits' . bee machi tery
in opera-ion rt Ea.it e*'d of hall..
! J. A. Lowell & Co., of Bostoy,
. Mass., have on exblbltion a magnlfl
i cent disn'ay of their steel eng aved
i ca-ds. This house s ands ahead o? any
in the wortd for the finest class of en
( jnavtu goods, The C’rrG mas ami
New Year cards a e beau iful. Call
’ and see die exhibit. M . Maxwell,
i wup is in charge, will take pleasure In
allowing you what be has on band.
htoe following has been aitonted by
i Col. E. R. Dorsey, ge 'e al passenger
of the Georgia railroad, co.n
, inducing Monday November 14 ’881:
i Toe days and te itory allo-.eu to
, the two cent per mile excursion ’ate
to Atlan aim-tog rhe continuation of
the cotton exposition will be as fol
lows, nanely: «
Moadavs—Embracing all stations
between ami Including Augusta- and
1 Tuesdays—Embracing all station*
between and inc l lining Haddock and
Wednesdays—Embracing all sta
‘ ito”* between and Including Norwood
' and Washing on.
Thi'rtuays—Embracing all stations
between aad including Crawfordville
. am* A hei *.
, F iUays—Embracing all stations be
• tween and liich’ding G eensbo’o and
Saturdays—Embracing all stations
be.ween ana Joclvd'ng Covington and
1 Tlcke’s valid to return for th’te day*
1 from aou i jcluding date of sate.
’ ’ The following is uie schedule a - -
•aoged by the Cential -abroad so- the
’ o A e cent per ini'* e-.ci< slon ia.es to
A’la-ita dui mg the Exposition :
Sc les No. I—November 14 *o2o, In
’ cl. -lve from all stations, Americus to
Be< go, Columbus to Fo.t Valley, and
; Put to Fo t Volley.
No. 2—November 21 to 27 ineluslve,
1 from Savannah and all stations as fa’
‘ we*, a* Millen art. stations on Augus
ta branch. t
No 3—November 23 .o December 4
Inclusive. 7om G iffin and way *ta
t ojs to Atlanta, also from stations on
■he Savsonrb, G> Iffin aud Nortk Ala
' bama mbroav'.
No. 4- Deceaiber 5 to 11, Inclusive,
t'.om Eu.Mulaatd a'l stations as far
i no. .h a* S ' nte., Including stations
, on the Albany and Fort Gaines
! bra nciie*.
No. 4—December 12 to 18, lec'usive,
, f om M”lei to Macon and Interme
i d'*te katieos, ircludlog the Milledge
ville a id Ea'cntoj b’a.’cbes. *
No. o—December 19 to 25, Inclusive,
f-om Macon toOrchs’d and Interme
diate slip ton*, including Upson countv
—— —.— '!*"♦"■ *
One by one tbe young people are
drtipp’ng Into double harnes*.
Wednesday our young friend Henry
j W. Thomas was man led to Mis* Mag
gie Cranksbaw, one of tbe pre, .le«t
i aud swee'est young ladles of Atlanta.
The happy couote are row on a tour
through the Southwest.. We extend
Women that have been bedridden
for years have been entirely cured of
female weakness by tbe use of Lydia E
Pinkham'* Vegetable compound. Send
to Mr*. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Wes
tern Avenue, Lynn., Maas., for pam
phlets. t 2t
Prof Bari Hi i* in New York.
CoL Jim Blount, of Macon, is In tbe
C. P. Atmore, of Louisville, is in ,
Barney Frost, of LaGrange, was In ,
the city Monday and Tuesday.
Lee Jordan and wife, of Macou,. are
in the city. .
General Sherman is coming to the
Dr. John Ingalls, of Ma>'on, spent
last week here.
Jack Martin, of Macon, was In tbe
city last week.
J. R. High, of Madison, was in the
City last week.
John Gorman,of Talbotton, called
to see us Tuesday.
Col. W. T. Blackwell, of Durham,
N, C., Is In the city.
Cel. E. P. Wilson, of the Cincinnati
Southern, is in the city.
Hon. A. H. Stephens will be at the
Kimball House to-morrow.
Joe Jeruigan, of Montezuma, took
In the big show last week.
Goto the city hall, register your
name and vote for Win. Laird.
Col. Mosely and Se.ib Wright, of
Rome, were in the city 'yesterday.
Mr. N. B. Corbin, of Macon, spent
last wlek in the city seeing the sights.
1 Miss Bessie Walker and her brother,
1 P. G. Walker, were in the city Thurs
W. B. Berry, Newnan's capitalist,
spent several days in Atlanta last
’ Fred Dousiass, colored, of Wasliing
ton, D. C., is coming to the Exposl-
Geo. 8. Sydne,, business manager of'
1 Tony Denier's Humpty Dumpty, is in j
We .egret to hear that one of Mr.
Anthony Murphey’s children is dan
-1 gerously ill.
W. T. Sheppard, of the city of West
Point, spent several days in Atlanta
> Maj, Frank Warren is still smiling
j on ,he public behind the counter at
, the Kimball house.
W. 11. Eggleston, of tbe Cincinnati
Gazette, is in the city writing up the
> Exposition for his paper.
E. W. Abbe, Gone’-al Manager for
. the Novelty Card Wo' ks of New York
i and Qhieago, 1* spending a few weeks
- in oUr ci:y, and we think It would be
. well for our business men and uier
| chalrt* to look at his line of sample*
• before pu'chasing elsewnce, as he
ba* lie largest variety and lowest |
ra.es of any house we have yei mei
| , L ■!—»_! ! ...
i DeGive’s Opera House.
‘ iXy ud Twiiay, Hot. Hud IS,
i In reHßoqacnoe of the rnthuaiaatic. reception
given to the
O. ID. HESS
ACME OPERA COMPANY
. by the n.’biic o? Atlanta, and In expectation of
of the d : stingaif>hed viMvors coming next Mon
) «Vv md'l Tuesday. M". llw* han cancelled other
date* to remainin thia city and w H repeat the
beautiful opera ot Audrian.
' *W. T | THE MASCOTTE.
And will give in gramicst style, the gem
of a»l ooeras,
] T nwiit,' TKECBnasonrouunr.
The e opera* will tie given with tne same nplen
or an given in the Metropolitan clt'es of Europe
» and America, and with the following celebra
ted A .tietn in the cants:
I Henry Peakes ®mlth.
Alfred W«’kie, Jamc* Peakee,
Walter Allen, IL F. Fairweather,
. Mies Adelaide Randall and Mi*s Emma Elsner,
Grand Chorea o* 30 ITcnh Young Vo l tea. New
I and Brilliant Costumes. An Aug.ntnted Or
chestra. Mun cal Director and Conductor—
W. E. Taylor.
’ Frees as usual. Reserved seats XSr extra—
j for sale at Phillipa A Crew's Music Store.
Two Nights Only.
Second aeaaen and brilliant success every-
< where of
i WILLIE EDOUIX’ft
■ WD Ur EIKJfIK and FRAXK W. BA NOKR,
> P»«ntin« the Charminj Mlrth-I'rnvoking
I Fin in a Photograph Gallery.
A BAMQIWCT Or MIRTH!
’ Ne’er before witneued in Atlanta, and by far
surpassing all others.
Prices as usual. Res irved seats for sale at
Phillips A Crew's Book Store without extra
I e £"E:
3be Originals! Acknowledging no Rivals!
I FRIDAY and RATC'ItOAY,
' Xsvrinber 18lh and 10th.
TRIED and TRUSTED.
PANTOMIME TROUPE !
And unexcelled association of
Superb Specialty Siam!
with the “Clown of Clowea," ALFRED
I Peer of U>e tale Geo. L. Foi. Ina melange es
Fun, Foible and Frolic.
A Stag« Circus! A Carnival of
Prices aa usual. Reserved ssatr,. without ex
tra charge, at Phillips A (jgyh» Hook More.
Cor. Decatur A Pryor
Hour* of Exercises,
< to 11 nm; to &
p m.. specially
leaching Ladies and
* ( hildrrn , b» 10 p m.
General hksHng. < omc
and you will pleased
tT. | Nr a«lmission fee for
Tony Denied* Show.
San Antonio (Texas) Express.
Xotwlthstanding the rain and mud
dy streets, Casino hall was thronged
last evening with persons eager to en
joy tbe most pleasing entertainment
given by Tony Denier’s pantomine
troupe. This company is much the
largest of its kind that ever visited
this city, and it seems as if every
member is an artist. The Humpty
Dumpty performance was really line,
and those who left their cheerful
homes to witness the performance
were most fully rewarded for doing so.
Alfred, the Great Miaco, is really
wonderful in his powers to amuse.
During this nart of the entertainment,
there is Introduced upon the stage a
genuine donkey, which draws the
clown upon Clie ntage when he makes
his first appearance.
Tiie Hees Opera (ampauy,
The Hess Opera Company which
has met with so much favor here, have
extended tbe’r engagement to Monday
an»l Tuesday evenings. The Musuottc
' the 14th and Chimes of Normandy
* Tuesday. Miss Randall w ill app ar at
It seems we are to have January in
November. During the past week we
have ha<l the meanest, nastiest, sog
giest weather imaginable. Nearly
everybody is suffering with a cold.
Col. Pinvlus. won’t you hold up and
givens a golden sunbeam ?
a..xoi KCKMLffiff in.
The friend* of Mr LITT C .!< XEH roanect
fuily annotiu' e him as a candidate for Alder
man at large. Election to be held December
i We arc authorised to aniUHiuoe Dr W 1>
iMIT). HELL a* a candidate for Council from
the First Ward.
. The friends of W C HEY NOLDB
aniKHMkce him as a caudidittV for Councilman
from file Fifth Want.
Cot AM REIMIIAKDTS name to presented
to the voters of the city as a candidate for Coun
cilman from the Fointh Wnnl. He is well
qualified, public spirited, and a lust, able and
industrious gen* eman. Vote for him.
We are authorized to announce J. S. LESTER
of the Fifth Ward, as a candidate for Council.
Election Deeemlier 7th.
Mr. FRANK T. RYAN announced an a can
didate for Councilman to represent the flfeicond
Ward. Election in Ih?cen»b<!r.
The friends of W. H. FRIZZELL announce
him as a candidate for Council from the Third
Ward. Election i> - ember 7th 1881.
MR. T. (». HE KLEY is announced as a Can
dida e for Alderman atla.ge by the citir.ena of
Dr. FRED KLs*» is a candidate for council
from the Fourth Ward, and ask* the sup|»ort of
his friends thtoughoul the city.
At the »olieila.ion of *ricn<ls, I hnveconsent
ed to become a candidate for the City Council
from toe First Ward. I have neither the time
or iuri nation to en*or into an active canvass,
but d elected I will Aittu'ully discharge my du
ty to the verv best o' my abhilr,
J. OLIN CLARIDY.
Waa. CROSBY'S LARGEST
10 Cent Exhibition on Earth.
MARK TWK ATTRACTION!
They have appear'd b»’me the Crown IIch«Is
THE StVMN WONDERS
THE WORLD I
SEVEN OWN SISTER®, beaad'ui and nr
complkhed ladies. Great Aingere! NAOMI,
tscond U» ute yoi'nEuat, the only female Bass
Singer n the world. For the’r remarkable.
Insur ant hair, which swee|M the earth, and
their vocal abiFt.es, they have been justly si) led
The Seven Wonders of the World
They must be seen to lie appreciated.
, PROF. GI’iSE. Great Gcnnan Magician.
PL’OI . I. \ Wi;i:x< I . Great Eastern .lugler.
ZOBEDK, onlv Cin*as<an Lady
>.onsne<- Live Loa Comudctor
Rare colliM't on of Birds and Animals.
All seen Inoue Jhaminoth Pavillion, west of
the Act GahriV. on Hie Ex|>o«ii'on mounds,
from 10 a m until spm. I>on t forget location
The Price l« IO Cente.
, Win. E, Caosnv, So«e I’ropiietor and Manager
Who Manufacture their S tock
If You Want
A Perfect Fit.
If You Want
Goods as Represented.
If You Want
To Pay CASH, and
not give high prices to make up
for L 08SES made from cred
it customer, be sure and look at
WB-Clothing sent on approval
by Express out of the city.
JAMES 1 ANDSISW, Proprietor.
JOHN H. JOKES. Swi&ta&hiit.
BY PURCHASING YOUR
Fall i Winter Goods ?
M. P. KISER & SON,g|
TV 'Wlxltelxa.ll St.
We have a splendid stock of DRY GOODS. (’I.OTHIXwWi
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, NOTIONS, GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, and everything to be lottnd in a first-class retail estab
lishment. Remember the place, 77 Whitehall street.
»H-t 23 3m
i 1 V1 if If* V ■ ’• •
BKBhW III gwiSiHJ ■■*.>■ JU IL.
IBsLtes, $3.00 ZFex IDas7*_
L* I '-!. „• “ ■, • •
W. A. HUFF, Proprii-eor.
: oett) it
[ Unital (lUllfgt,
i • XTLA.JSTT7V, G-HJOR.GIIA..
The Third Annual Session of the Above Institution will open on
i Thursday, the 13th of October 1881.—Opening Lecture. ,
I FACULTY. I
T s Powell, MD, W GOwen, MD.HC Wont. M I>,U«oG < i-awtoixL M !>, Wm I‘orrin. M. ’■
ol»>n. M [>, Doan: John ThmlJohiMon. MD.GG Hoy, M D, A i. 11. .1.1.,. M l>, W 1> l!iz»ll,.M l>, M
J F Alexander, M D, .1 C Olnuted. M D. *■
The. instruction in this Institution will bi* thorough. Both tloapital am! < 'hetnical a<lvanti.g«*»
• will be furnished, ahd the facilities afforded the atuaente will ample in nil department. Tha < x> .
■ college building in in the henrt of the city, within two biin ln-'i yards oi thc (mon I’iHsenger V
< De|»ot and the leading hotel, and Hurroumied by good boarding houses within iifty vnrdH of the
Mtrvct railway junction for all the city. The building coinni<»<iioii*, imnlorlnblc and convenient
and complete in all departments. The dlamicting room, in the ibird story is perlmi * the Pirg««t
and boat ventilated and lightest in the United States, ami will be amply supplied with diaHDcliusr I
material. > *(■
' Gotwt Ixiard may be obtained in the city from >2 50 te |s.<;o per week. Students on
the city are requested te call on the Janitor, at the College Building, on I’orbi wheel, betweeudfl
Wheat and Line atrecta, or at the office, 26 Alabama stre«*t, up stairs. For circular wi’h W
full particulars address W. P. NlcOLson. m. !>., Dean, Atlanta, Ga.
Office. 26 E. Alabama Street, or P O Bnx 1M- octl» tr
Union Carriage Manufact’ng Company, a
1 / 1 As. \ / A
' Phaetons, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons.
12, 14 and 16 East Eighth Street, CINCINNATI O.
Orders for Custom Work io order.
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
CLOTHING I CLOTHING!
BUSINESS SUI TS I
DRESS SUITS I DRESS SUITS !
DRESS SUITS I DRESS SUITS !
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OVER-COA TS !
We have a TREMENDOUS STOCK, and will sell at very
! LOW PRICES.
ANDREWS, BITCH & COMPANY,
■<t Mil te>in II Ml-,
A GREAT PBEHIVH LINT*
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY EX.
PREAB. Mtablis)M*d in IM6, In not only one
of the Oldest and Cheapest and
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It la now making a great and successful effort
tn reach a larger and more general circulation
than any Weekly Newspaper in the rafted
Mtatea, and to this end In offered an attaactlve
lint of substantial and valuable premiums to
ningle and club subscribers. The long estab
iished reputation and reaponai bill tyof the pub
lishers who not only i ibllNh the Weekly Ex
preM, but the New York Daily Evening Ex
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of the premiums offered and the good faith that
will govern their distribution. Besides the
many other attractions of the Weekly Express,
It publishes regularly, by authority, the Brook
lyn Tabernacle Hermon* of the Iler. T. l»eWltt
Talmage, D. D. The subscription price, One
Dollar a year, places it within the reach of all.
The office of the NEW YORK WEEKLY
El PHEW Is n Park Hew New Rork.
»■ FOURTH ST..
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JAT ALL BLOtfns.
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T. JU. H-ARRIH, Aftnl.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forovorl
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD’S
Oriental Cream or Magical Beantjflec
GO .£ RsmoysaTan.Flmplsa.
U.S Frncklss. Molh-fau h<A
C “*2 and every blemish on
. Jt beauty. It has stood the
n 3 . of thirty
2 El HRysars.andlsso
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W7 Accept no
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patient): ■ At
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th;ou<hout the Canadas and Europe.
avHsware of bass imitations which ars abroad,
weoflkr f 1 JX») reward for ths arrsst and proof of any
miE's mu engiites,
MZ I/ j i
Vertical an I Hpark-Arrestivg Kuglers from 2 to
9 horso-po* ' ’ mounted or unmounted. »st
nd Cheapest I nglnes mads. SIM) upwards.
Bend for ulur* mtsd Catalogue snd for Informstloa