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ion which the strong Is weaker one Th to allowed-to sell tlciiu i Ebmond and Danville Richmond and footing. The matte pn poed to leav It propoanlon tell Uk. pft with tue commissioner j proxies. 5 NYS" DEPARTURE. Jach and the C jaJt f ay to Sew Orleans. k list night special I rleans carrrlnjj i Opera Company ne y happy Just r of the iarsne l for he l all the singers 3 orcue-tra some of w le from the coinnany. 111 atuctiments were tt lr Locke but these wer ll lomran\ met and c t s .irh a company ty bejfrprtually annoy Thedirtuu t\ was promptly about a defection in oar/jJe ir comp my is more united. re p a haneit ID Mexico W bceof aven largo business "ll iomfl of theTeiw towat il lce f iauil list -1 bill for 7 for a 11 used it to go from iasc aod Lack aeam Mr. le bl l on tiie uioond taat 1 en man would not come lol cot nn officer and had feSJ I\earre-U'l 1 uat brouffSty-i' lougbt it was hard andlt4i COMMITTEES jtf fcnu for the Securing ons future location wfllifi xt eek p per vritb the commanderr fc the Knights Templar and in a few days tbt kide hat to do temple corner Wheat S liSlnallv ADOO Of thlf f Vaid but money is cornel f the pro p cts fofthd Ire not very encouraclne. uBgested-and it may bis i m of ti e lot the valuk J 4 astd smce it was pur 5 v 10 piy off the debt and I fund jfej Icit \nll not consent to tf pos iblv be raided other time \t anv rate lt -5 before the temple iJl3 be made in UM x 2 J have two new storte 5 lill begin in the spring. fc expirts They wulF5 committees will trytOrti and report to their ES i possible. u I HAPPINESS r J for the LocomoUTSjft the Kennesaw lodge omotive Firemen took I night. t was a grand success. emeu Atlanta has noj hard working cltlien Ipy when he is firing fl land none ot th ni"5 nda into Uiecityan.l tnis and when tn 4t I they went readily be. Veant a help to Kenne. was thrown open nmittee headed bjSir. door to receive tio A i rooms were crowded S1 ntlemen and when the fa 4 the grand march the tne ballroom Then the waxened floor. 5i fed with more graceful1 5 nd the danclne most icipated were happy i delighted VS ad of tbe floor coro. .V ne of dancers In i Tftffi t representative from tor of The Swalnss-- f Sinclair Is in tht i yesterday. ollton Is In th6 ll iattbtKlfflball. ta Is visiting nil j i city awreneerUle li at Aj augawr lilts Uarj -/I jeboro News jL C. t Jonesboro were In f i tne city. irart of Griffla U -j tllof Athens i la I TI of both tbe Ia M the State nnlver- i Ion bar-was lu th V" Imlnent lawyer t f JmbaH ttwasattheKUnfl i of Dayton O art I to tbe fruitfarmW r Fort Valley. H .inent educator of J i graduate ol New-I ii Ibrlek. of Sew Torki bpes to secure ttoi s release of Mrs j corpus. aave known J Grandfather sali f fe was one of tn v t one time a mem W i court and snbssfst fthe confeder cyy itlie victim ot fyg THERE. engaged to late Wole the oecaslor his first s that James- jhlln. -Bishop Loneh-- S t Brooklyn dl f if seorgla. ITA ffl BRIEF. 5 of Interest from tie Notebooks of Reporters fas TOLD IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS. 0of the Happenings of a Day-Gossip ibout People and Things In and Around Atlanta WrtL-Mrs. J C Kine. daughter of sin it ho has been dangerously ill at her ion Capitol avenue is convalescent. to MorrU fetation. The body of Mr FTjUDCoek whose death occurred Sunday Lgat yesterday morning to Moms fetation Tjl interment The funeral Cervices were ijsBouday afternoon In Atlanta t Money Is It-Sergeant Jennings has tession a sum of money which he found ets. The party to whom it belongs can Jjjjiiy calling and identifying it. The ser- jcan be found at the station house I His Dor Mr C T Rnnyan who lives nta\eoue near Currier street awoke morning to find his mastiff dead in the Tbe dog had evidently been poisoned. The a one of tne finest in the city Will Lecture Dr R. S. Belli has ae- invjuuon to lecture before the chau Mount Dora Fla. some time in the part of iebruiry He is to speak upon i topic pertaining w life in the weit United States Courts The Lnited nd district courts will reopen on The civil calendar will be taken ome important cases are to be heard criminal docket will not be resumed for sev- ntksyet. try m. Mr Albert L. Guerry the artist is rffl at his residence on Peachtree street cor el BlecUey avenue About three weeks -ago ni taken sick with the grip and has been get wane and worse until now his condition is irfad as very serious. Wllllford Better Cncle Ben 'WUHford's aitlOB was still fu.nh.er improved jesterday IJiiphvsicLin Dr Stevens now thinks his for recovery verv bright indeed tvery ei to see him so m back in his position in "ol the public scales Caught Fire Several bales of cotton it fire on the pUtform of Abbott Tread warehouse esterday afternoon The alarm lent ill and the department made quick to the scene but tbe ftra had been extm- before their arrival Located Her -llr Lucius M Lamar of the brightest young men has just flnlfhed in a business college and has accented a tin the law office of Mr Kurton mith. Mr Is from one of the best families la the Eind will make lus mark S Beeln Work A pain Soon Work on K'I cbipel will be resumed shortly and It is iS 'ttpected that tbe prttty bouse of worship te completed and ready for occupancy by i It will have a teating capacity of about hundred and is ier much needed Bappy Marriage Miss Mary Lou Latlmer urried to Rev i ord McRea of Canton at Utter't home at that place yesterday The "itaachirmmg joung Udyand the groom U if the leading ministers of north Georgia. W.D Anderson uncle of the bride per- -1 toe ceremony Bonds Dr E H Richardson of uta jeiterday received a telegram of interest tivast Georgia from his brother who is JkewYorV H was as follows ewlork ember 28. Cedartown bonds to build water- rtt sold today for 95 net. All money tHethodlit Love Feut This evening First Methodist church there will be a most church meeting a congregational love It will be a social union of the church when each and all will have an oppor jot meeting the new pastor who has already I u favorable an impression atlon Exercises On Friday evening jh Brandt lodze the youngest and one of I mutt prosperous branches of Knights of i In the city will install their officers for loaning year District Deputy N C Tomp- git i will conduct the installation exercises and irdi refreshments will be served. X w Plan. The Sunday afternoon meetings Toting Hen s Christian Association will be on an entirely new plan next year prominent Atlanta minister will be selected the meetings lor one month and be will be to be present every bunday afternoon. t H. Barnett has been selected to lead the for January. M D ter Mr W M Wilkinson otSng Salvini is in the city on his way to kTotk. He is enthusiastic over the success of I w Orleans engagement. 'It was said he tremendous social and artistic success r Greenwall offered me a large certainty a return engagement there in a round of 1 romantic plays with a reproduction of l Ljsvei At'lanta.-Charles T. Zacbrev who UtaaatheroadforT S Lewis for seven or Tears left for St. Louis last night Mr hu severed his connection with Mr S and goe to St. Louis to accept a flnesitua- Mi one of the leading houses of the west iZsclirey is well known throughout the south BO traveling man has more friends to the 'inch than he. s Elect.-Myrtle lodge of Odd bn hu elected the following officers for the njyear Isoble grand J. A Brvant vice IB. A Bray secretary J D Gr dy treas- w.H.Gardner trustee Matt G Parker It ft Utt meeting of the year and there were Fl ppropriito speeches At the next meet IWlWct Deputy Master Eugene M. Jlltchell la UU the officers Artillery Captaln.-Tbere will be a meet- the Atlanta Artillery at their armory neit T night. The question of a captain to sue p Captain George B Fortes will come Dp but inbe elected Colonel Albert H O x and ill. Carroll ayne are most prominently l lor the place An officer of the Artillery 7 i t either Colonel Cox or Colone lw selected Serrlce The- young men of the Ken's Christian Association will hod a t service on the last night of the jear tte Mw vear U6hered Tne service 1loclockP m toloclocka m.and "presslve A programme will te ior the occasion The following night liiSlmgllt tne reception to young men l under tbe auspices of the Ladies Candidste.-The Railroad next Monday night and the matter oft candidate for tiu legUUtnw IneldenuilyfliKnsted. Final cGonw11I ttwi5 IB th mitter on th third Monijiy night la January. President a A. Broyles ft d tlf. Zack Martin a prominent member of the league an tie only two name mentioned so txt Their r p ctive friends are urging their ia mm in a very earnest w y. Th lp Anniversary Kjereiies.-Tbe Empire Adolph Brandt Capital City'and Atlanta lodges the four local branches of the Knights of Pythias together with the I ntform Rank hare appointed committees of three members each to make all necessary preparation for the celebration of the next anniversary of the f onndlng of the order In Georgia. This will Uke place In February and there will be a banquet and other features Next week the committees will doubtlessly make reports to their respective lodges for their approval Chapel of the Good Shepherd -Tlie annual children s Christmas festival will be held In the chapel touipht at 7.30 o clock Many kind dona-r tluns have been received in the 6hap of money and presents the latter Jo adorn the Christinas tree Seventy five of these presents weie donated by St. Philip s church and the money by St. Lute s church It la expected that the Rev R. 3 Barrett will address the children The hearty support of all tho e engaged earnestly In the work will insure this evening s entertainment being a successful and happy event. A Token of Appreciation. A very Interest- Ing little event occurred at the West End Baptist' church last Sunday morning At the conclusion of the Sunday school services Rev 8 Y. Jameaon on b bair ot the church and the Sunday school presented Miss Lucile Daniel with a handsome library set of Bulwer's works. In a beautiful little speech highly complimentary and all tbe compliments highly deserved Mr Jameson said that the church and the school took this method of show mg their appreciation of Miss Lucile s ervic s as assistant organist MUs Lucile is the daughter of Mr J C Danieland although quite young is an ace miphshed musician. As she also has a thoroughly cultivated taste for all that is beet In literature.it is needless to .say' that this unexpected gift of her fnends is highly appreciated. The Tale Boys Tomorrow night the concert of the ale rUnjo and Glee clubs will take place in the new amusement hall of the Young Mens Christian Association. So many seats have already been reserved that it Is easy to foresee a very marked success so far as the attendance ii concerned And it goes without saying that the audience will not be disappointed Tbe member ship of the two clubs aggregates some forty eight students each one of whom ii either a skilled instrumentalist or an accomplished singer The programme which the students hive selected is calculated to please a mixed audience Tne clubs will reach Atlanta tomorrow at noon Alter the concert-they will be entertained at the Capital City Club. During their stay in Atlanta they will be given several receptions at private houses A Chrlstinai Celebration The Church of Our Father was filled to it fullest capacity last night with a merry crowd of children and grown up people wbo seemed to thoroughly enjoy the exercises of music and social converse There was large tree in the center of the church loaded with stockings and boxes of candy with oranges aud apples and bonbons for the children the whole lifibiej up with tapers Miss Helena Schumann piestded at the piano while the Lhildren marched and danced around the tree singing can Is while some of tbe older ones seemed to forget their years and joined in the sports of tbe little ones Refreshments were served to all these consisting of roust turkey bread cake and coffee followed by a distribution of presents to the children and music Instrumental and vocal AT THL OPLILl HOUSE. The Jurh company concluded a successful en gagement Ust iiight Miss Juch appearing in the roll in which she has won so much fame Mar guer In the afternoon "II Trovatore" was sung but Miss Juch was not in the cast. A large audience enjoyed Faust last night. Corlnne Touleht This evening will appear for the first time in Atlanta emce she is arrived at young ladyhood that charming little star Cormne Is today the most popular actress of America and is received with enthusiasm and fnll bouses everywhere nlie appears in the large northern cities The Kimball Comic Opera Company which supports her is a nrsr-elass ons cambering strty people There 1 not a bad t mger among the caste and all the cborus ia excellent The burlesque opera of Carmen Lp to Data ii mounted with a lavish expenditure of money Everything in scenery costumes stage settings aud pn perties u of the best order and will as tonbh Atlanta theatergoers although well nccustomed to fee good productions In the cours of a long notice of lonunesre ctptiou in Philadelphia. The Times alter spe k ing of the Immense crowd said of the perform ance There ii a pleasing newness about the piece that is refreshing The dialogue is bright and j witt telhn/ a simple but ingenious story set to charming and uierry music with here and there a comic and topical song a dash of the muck heroic and a tinting ol sentlmentalism The piece is beautifully staged seven of the scenes are remarkable for their prodic il richness andtltgnnceol design and the costumes are un co u moiily handsome and picture que Cormne as Carmen Icta. the dancing girl a part that fits her like a glove is the feature ot the performance The Spanish dances are a revelation and are done by this most expert and clever artiste with a dash aud abandon that is both dreamy and exhilarating and a precision and skill that command the applause of the most critical The support is excellent. At Edgewood Avenue Commencing tonight Dinznan Thompson and George R ers great play. The Two Sisters will hold the boards at the Edgewood The press of every city in which it has been plaved has praised both play and company and stamp It as great a play as their first effort Tbe 0 d Homestead The Denver Times in speaking of the play 'The Two Sisters' is a play worth talking about and worth thinking about It reflects na live American life Shakespeare Carlyla and Lmerson wryto some admirab e literature but tCe fl eople read tbd newsp-ipers uotradays while the works of the great wnursgrow uioidly on the shelf. The newspaper reflects the common life of the people its tragedy corned and romance is all our OH n and we read it The tragedy of Martha Howard is the traged of tbe police court Vi e know the story of 'The Two Sisters for it can be seen on our streets or read in the newspapers every day The Two Sisters will be played again at mat .nee and night tomorrow Rhea xt t DeOive'S. The appearance of Rhea at DeGlves Friday and Saturday will be a dramatic event of great interest. There is no ac tress on the American stage more popular here in Atlanta the comes this year with two plays new to her repertoire Czaruia" and "Catherine Howard andareboth very strung THE HUVANE SOCIETY Complaint Books Will Be Kept at Different Places In the City. The executive committee of the Atlanta Humane Society held its regular monthly meeting in the parlon of the oung Men s Christian Association yesterday afternoon A large number of ladles and gentlemen were present and matters of vital interest to the society were ducuued and considered The agent was authorized to place complaint books at various places in the city He will give notice hereafter of their location The society asks all who observe cases of cruelty to animals to report the same at the places where the becks-will be kept Several cases Men have come under the observation of members of the committee i ere discussed lAlone. .The ROYAL BAKING POW DER stands alone in purity in the world of leavening jgents. It is the only baking powder free from h adulteration or admixture of injurious ingre- and absolutely pure j The Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most re- JjWe baking powder offered to the public. Dr. H. A. OTT ,7 J Government Cfatoitt IfTHE'WiTOl- Tin Friends of H T. IMtlock Work- log for a Pardon for Elm HE 18 AT THE CONVICT HOSPITAL And Is Unable to Do Any Work What ever John Berry the llcDonough Bapiat May Hang Yet. Lying on a cot in the hospital of tbe Chattahoochee Bnck Company camp Is a pale maciated man. He U U. T. Whitlock who hot and killed Neal Betting in C. P. Johnon's bar about two years and a half ago. Bundled together with a mass of other offi cial documents is an application for Whitock's pardon In the governor's office. Governor Northen baa tbe paper under consideration and will act npon it in a lew days either favorably or unfavorably. The leading groond upon which pardon ii asked is the weak physical condition of the convict. He Is confined to the camp hospital under constant attendance by physicians and hut off from the world and his kindred is lowly dying The cnme for vhlch he was conicted was a ad one bat the sad condition of Whltlock physically makes it impossible for him to do any work. It will be remembei-ed that he was sentenced o ten years in the penitentiary bnt owing to its feeble health he wag not sent at once to hecamps lie was allowed to remain at home with his family where he was near the point of death until last Jure when he was carried oat to Chattahoochee. He was placed in the hospital immediately upon bis arrival aud has been thero since Governor Northen had three callers In his ehalf jesterday. Tiey were Judge James A. Anderson Dr J JWilliam Jones and Colonel William H Hulsey They urged the case ot Whitlock very strongly The petition belorei the governor Is such as to cau.'o his careful consideration and nvestigatlon. The solicitor general who irosecuted the case and the judge who tried It recommend that Whltlock he pardoned. Berry Slay Bang. The 18th of Janus ry may be the last day on earth of John Berry whose neck was sayed by uch a close shave two weeks ago. Berry is the Henry county negro who was sentenced to he h tnged for rape December 18th bnt \\howas respited by the governor the day before he was to be hanged. That respite was only until January 18th and unless Governor Northen commutes or respites the negro be will be hanged on that date No motion will be made for a new trial Miss Dunn the young ladv who was outraged by the burly brute writes positively to the governor as to the identity of Berry She sats there can be no mistaking the truth that Berry is the guilty man They Built a Schoolhouse. Captain Bradoil decided a somewhat unique case \esterdav but he lost no more timein jiaking the decision than it took to write it out Some moiithi ag ne the citizens of a certain community in Pierce county decided that their educational facilities were not good enough and set about to build a new schoolhouse The work was begnn and a splendid bmldmg was erected Why not have a good building as it would be paid for out of Pieree county's school fund That building Is now finished and is fair to look upon but tbe bill for the material and for the architect's wor t will not be paia out of the school lund. The cntizens who were interested in the sohoolboaM will have to pay for i That's accord in g to Captain Bradwell's decision made yesi srday The state does not pay for school buildings but school houses can be rented and th renl paid out of the fun 1 The 'Order Istued The circulars re tortng the three-cent rate to the Georgia bouthern and Florida are out They were issued yesterday from the office of the railroad com mission They read as follows In the matter of the petition of the Georgia Southern and t loru l.i Railroad Company that tb passenger rates lie i laced at 3 cents per mile the coniiui ie n after careful y coiaidenug the facts antttlgurvb presented which bow thai the present raw is not remunerative t the company and as these i"atC5 wt-re nuue by th Fpeola request of the Ueoi gtu Southern Railroad Com panv the commisjio n decides and so instructs that the said railroad co up.my be al owed to re- stao- hah the rate of 3 ce us per mile qver Its line. This circular to take effect at once Capitol Notes Adjutant General Kell will issue a call for a meeting of the staie militia advisory board u a few days The meeting will be held in tbe first or second week in January and is for the purpose ol selecting a permanent site lor the state encampment. Mr W H Joyaer of the agricultural department goes to Macon today on busines connected with h us department ot long ago the Macon Planters Oil Ic and Guano Company failed and since then they have been selling cotton seed oil without inspection Mr Joyner goes down to lool into this and rei nedy it The governor bonored a requisition yesterday from Governor Ben Tillman of Soutt Carolina for J. J. Williams who is wautet in that state for breach of trust Major Warrer of the executive department is very busily evignged counting coupons pah by Treasurer H irdeman this year Pevention ej sels cure prevent coughs and colds bv using l r Bull's Couh Syrup Sa'vation Oil. the great pain extirpator can be depended en to care pain 25 cents. MOFf GREEK LETTERS Alpha Tan Oineg Fraternity Will Bloom In Atlanta. Tbe organlzat ion ol the Atlanta alumni chapte of jUpba Tau Unnega fraternity was commenced yesterday. The meeting was held In Mr W. A Haygood law office R. L. Hutchison was made temporary chairman and TY Sloaa Hnggins temporary secretary Committees were appointed to report a plan o organization on January 12th Alpha Tau Omega is one of the largest and mos successful of the college fraternities Of the forty four active chapters twenty tw are in the oath Five of tbose are in Georgia Here are so me of tbe resident members F F Smith Fra ni. Warren J H Stewart Louis Ken nan W A Haycood Harvey P Wilson P S Hutchinson. W Sloan HuggiLS F R. Reynolds Uen H Halir 8 C Dean P H. Brev. ster J H. Dimcan W F Haygood tharles A. Healey. John Raine T P ZelUrs ilal vcrn Hill H H. Glenn. H T Phillips H. S Jones J H Jonea. Vi. A. Hansell Jr Uarcus Johnson La A Warner J S Hopkina and Rev Charle Lane That t ired feeling no w so often\hes rd ot It entirely ov ercome by Hood's SarsabariUa whic gives montal and bodily strength E1U Arp Bill A rp's new book 350 pp. tions el egant binding gilt lettering All his bes writmgn are In tins book. Have you subscribed Yon v-ant to. Price $1.50 postpaid. Sen the amount to The Const tutlon. dec30-tf Remember to Save Tour Money from M cents upward by opening an account wit the Go aranty Loan and Investment Company a 33 North Broad street. To Buttle Hill. Tba Consolidated company's new electrfa line running due west three miles Is now in tall oper atioaron schedule time toweet Atlanta- port- offlce on Battto Hill running along Broad UitclieiUTatnaUand West Hunter to old dtj Hmlt tnenoaalongtt ChattaJioochoe itrcrroad ourp Oatherod Yesterday in the Varions Department This l/an off week In th county courthouse or several of the Judges and most of the coontr fflclals are taking the customary holiday. Judge Westmoreland wasaskedjresterday morn- ng to hear a habeas corpus case An effort was made to secure the release of J. U. rarmer who was arm-ted and lodged In the tation house Use Monday The a rrest was made n letter from B. H Collier sheriff ol Jackson county who stated that Farmer ua charged with one stealing Mr. Howell Envln represented the petitioner rtio was placed on the witness Jtand in Judge Vestraoreland s court. Tn pi isoner told hu tory with much emotion and prufen-ed contrition of spirit. He admitted that lief ore coming to Atlanta he was a "wild boy anil had owetl his wild oats "but nid he "I have relormed and m now leading an upright hi e. I have united ith the church and expett to Ii ve right. Farmer declared that he neve committed the heft charged a/ainst him After bearing the matter Judge Westmoreland ei ided that he would re use to grant tbe pe'l- ton orFarmers release so the prisoner was taken hack to prison They Want QlR Dainjage Yesterday morning Messrs Glenn Ji Slaton ttoroeys for Mr H. C. Underw od add his wife nstituled suits in their be lalf against Ihe etropolltan Street Rail'tav Company 'he husband sues for $5 X damages aud he wife seeks to recover la 000 lu the daclara- iou it is alleged that Mrs Untfi rwood wis a pas sender on one or the dummies of the defendant on he fthofla t July that she was injured In a ollulon near the soldiers h jme. She charges be company s servants with gr ss carelessness An Employe's jult Tbe same attorneys filed a suit against the Seorgta Railway Company Til e plaintiff is Isaac orsey who avers that whil it dtsctiargmc his uties as an emplore of tbe company tne 2d of anuary 1891 he was injured. He wants $5 000 damages The Coca Cola Company. Messrs Candler Lee yest r day filed a petition 'or th charter of tbe Coca Cc la Company The iucorporator are Asa G Cand r I JL Robinson and Johns Candler of Atlanta J M Berry of fjrgmia and l W Prescotx of Massachusetts. Th capital stock Is $100000 and t ay be increased to (200 00 5. Tbe headquarters van oeinAtlanta The com pi ny will manufacture oca cola and other drugs ind medicines and wveragr s The House In Order. Jarltor L ve has oeen giving the interior ol the county courthouse a thorough renovation and low the various courtroom jcJ jury rooms are n a neat condition An Important Tffeeiine. Mr Tyler Cooper clerk of the county commis sioners is busy arranging business for the first meeting of 1892 which will be 1 e d next Wednes- diy morning A crat many Importunt matters will be acted on at this mee ting Will positively cure sic'c headache and pre vent its return. Thl is not talk but truth barter's Little Liver Pills One pill a dose Try them. ATLANTA 3 BRIDGES. The Steel for the Foi syth Street Bridge Coming Other Bridges. Mr Turner chairman of the bridge committee and Mr Rice and Mr McBiide his associates are hippy So is Mayor Hemphlll An Invoice of the first shipment of steel for the Forsyth street bridge was received at the citv hall and the material will be here today Another invoice will reach Atlanta today and a second shipment will arrive tomorrow The material DOW coming is tb.it which was contracted for this year sod the bills will amoun. to abou twenty thousand do Inrs It ie som of the heaviest pieces used in the ion truction of tne bridge ind by tbe Middle of utit week the contractor will h putting It in place Tbe balance of tbe malf rial will arrive as fast as it is needed in the construction of the bridge. The Humphrey Street Bridge The bridge c mrulttee v8tmlay began Investigating the Humphreys street bridge over the East Tennessee road The committee is not at all pleased with tbe bridge and will prepare a rejort to th general council before the next regular meeting Too many lives have been lost by that bridge said Mr Turner cnalnr an of the committee and a new bridge wouldn t hurt an j how The Kell Street Bridge. The architects dtstg aera and engineers have completed their survey and examination of the Bel street bridire The committee now Icnows Jmt hat Is needed and tomorrow the r pimng work so badly needed Hill be commenced Queer 1 eople With Paws and Claws with Wings and Stmp tbis popular line of juvenile 1 1 aimer Coi for sale by John M Aliller opera hou -e block. Marietta street dec21m Dainty Roman neckcaains with fleur de Us and heart shaped Roman and enameleu penUnts with or without diamonds and pearls Uaier i Berkela W Whitehall. de.'O Iw EVERY ONE SHOULD HELP. All Contributions Thankfully Received for the Boys' Club Festival. The New \ear lertival of tha Boys Club is going to be a fine affs.ir for the hooieleii young sters It will be the Christmas celebration that was to have been held on last Friday and it gives promise of being an unusually enjoyable occasion in every way Sirs Brittain is hard at ork trying to make the festival a splendid success But she is in need of money and eatables Three hundred and fifty ixnsare to be enter- tamed and be pr mcled with a. package of sweetmeats each a gift fro Santa Claus There will ban snow hottse a large imldlng completely coTrred with cotton of course real Santa Claus an abundance of fire orks together with a special permit from Mayor Hemphill--and the eatables All of which will require a big outlay of money Contributions for the affair are needed and every one who can is requested to send suinethiug to Mrs Brtttam who s arranging ever thine single banded The newM )9 are to be present and tli re will undoubtedly be t repetition of the royal newsboys Cbnstmas several winters apo The members of tbt Bo\s Club have been anxiously looking forw ird to the coming festital and the hall corner Decatur and I'ritt streets will be tbe scene of tha lolliest of affairs The homeless little fellows too will be able to celebrate Christmas in an appropriate manner Of micro-organisms are among the most ml nute bodies in the world Within the past few years these microbes have been brought to view by the microscope a vast multitude tba no man can number The ravages of thi mighty "host are great being the cause of our fifths of all the diseases of the human family They destroy more lives than war famine fire murder and shipwreck combined and they Actually abbreviate the average term o human life by three-fourths The old treatment of mercury and potash would at best onl hold the symptoms ot the disease in check but In the maanfime it often kills the patient and the microbe still lives renders the system untenable as ft place fo these germ poisons It changes the blood so that to remain it would be to perish therefore tbe microbe escapes through the pow of the akin and the poison which he has left comes out soon after Do not take any substitute for 8 S there is nothing like it tn any shape fiend for our Treatise on Blood and Skin Di- eases. Mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA. I Every Month I 1 ssiny women suffer from Excessive w a B Scant Menstruation they don't know I who to confide In to get proper advice. I Doat confide in anybody bat try Bradfield's Female Regulator. Specific for PAINFUL PROFUSE. I SCANTY. SUPPRESSED ird IRREGULAR I MENSTRUATION. 8 Book to "WOMAN mailed free. M I BBADFIELD BEGUUTOR COH AtUnta Ob g SYMPTOMS OF ZJTEB DISEASE J loss of appetite tad breath 5 bad taste ta the month tongue coated pain under tna shoulder-blade In the backer Bide often mistaken for rheumatism eour gtomaca with flatulency and water-trash Indiges tion bowels lax and costive by turns headache with dull heavy sensation restlessness with sensation of having left eomethtag undone which tiugrht to hare been done fullness after eating baa temper blues tirwi fcellnst yellow ap pearance of skin and eyes dizziness etc. Not all but always some of these Indi cate want of action of tho Ll\ er. For A Safe Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and baa never been known to fall to do good Taie Simmons Llier Regulator AN EFFECICAI. SPECIFIC FOE- UaUrla Bon-el Complaint Dyipepila Sick Headache Constipation Biliousness Kidney Affections Jaundice Mental Depression Colic. A PIIYSICIAV3 OPINION. I have been practicing mediciM for twenty years and hare never been able to put up a vezeta- tto compound that wouli Mte Simmons Lirer Regulator promptly and effectually move tho Liver to action and at the same time aid instead ef weaken the digestive and assimilative powers oTthe system L. M. HINTOW M D Washington Ark. f Hu our Z Stamp m red on front of wrapper. J. ILZeilin Co. Philadelphia Pa AND SO DO More than Half a Ilicn OTHER PEOPLE BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST. Buy No Other. or Sale by HONNICDTT BELLINGBATH Cor Feachtree and Walton Atlanto tak. Trade-Mark KID GLOVES PERFECT FITTING THE NEWEST SHADES THE LATEST STYLES THE HOST DURABLE THE BEST WORKHANSHIP. THEREFORE ALWAYS SATISFACTORY None genuine unless marked 'P. &P.f oct28 d6m wed fri mon nrm NOTICE. T WILL APPLY TO THE NEXT MEETING OF I theceneral council for beer licence at 152 Elliott street. J T yUEELA dec29 d5t Weather JRepofts with map posted daily at our Corner Window. SEE ODR CARNATION W1NBOW. Means monev to you. ThelO 0and200o discount sale which we have now on many of our choicest Suits and Overcoats offers to the careful and economical buyer of Clothing excellent advantages for bargains. It is rarely that you see so handsome Scarfs In Puffs Tecka and Four-in-hands as are shown in our Furnishing window. WIIIII Areyoagolas taChlcs or any point in til northwest vu Chicago II so ask roar tloksi agent for tickets vu Louisville. Or vii Cincin nati and IndianapOiU. Cinclaaatl Uuniltoa and Dayton and ilouon positively tUs only line ran ninjcfuUman vestlbuled trains electric lighted iteam heated with mijiuncent dining ears and compartment sleeping cars. W. H. McDOM JAMES BARSBB General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent EVERYTHING IN EN'S ATTIRE 24 Whitehall Street. Corner Alabama. ITUiTI TRUNK FACT CHRISTMAS Novelties m Plush and Leather. Our display is brilliant with the best products of continental cap itals. Pans Berlin Vienna each contribute rare and beautiful things and most likely you can buy them cheaper here than you could in oerson on the spot QUOTATIONS. Plush Comb and Brush Cases 7c i 51.50 $1.75 $2 50 $2.75 $3 3 5 tQe way up to the rich contrivances at $15 and 20. Plush Work Boxes begin with strong neat affairs at 750 and climb by easy nses to $18 Fine Plush Shaving Cases i to Leather Toilet Sets 450 is one extreme $15 is the other. Collar and Cuff Cases $1.25 $1.50 $2 $2.50 and $3 A great variety of Pocket Books 350 400 5oc 65 750 and r. ELEGANT Other useful and decorative articles aro s spread out for your examination and all are on the same generous price scale. 94 Whitehall St. As Long as Girls Will Play the piano the parents should have a care to secure for them a good Uno to commence with. It is important to fa the right toucu and to accustom their ear to a prope t tone and besides all thU.tbeyliaTa apUMDrjinthemuwc. The Best is the Cheapest. Then buy the M orld-Kenowned the Artists- Favorite the liot If you are froine to keep vour piano in constant use or there are nervous peopl around I 4 JJ you are only MNE 1EARS OF AGE and want a piano to last until you are FOEXT AAD JtutJ men get the 60FT-STOP PIA O the IVERS POND. Or do you prefer a piano from the largest factory-90,000 bavin been made and sold The favorite initrajaent South is the FISCHER. Phillips Crew of Atlanta. Oa. have sold ne .rly 2,000 of the 90,000 Fischer Pianos. We Eent Pianos. We Exchange Pianos JVe Sell on Easy Payments We hare 8econa-H na Pianos For Sale We have 300 Parlor and Church Organs Write for Pncea and Catalogues. PHILLIPS CREW. ATLANTA GA. We Have the Prettiest Stock of Diamonds Watches Jeweky Clocks etc. in the city. MAIER BERKELE 93 Whitehall Street Buy the Hammond Typewriter a machine that has more good points than all other makes combined. J. H. Nunnaily General Agent-36 Whitehall Street. on ones. 'l'IM n to mond DQ 1I1A wu proi'oeed II t ft Wit b lues. "y. Y'S DEPARTURE. ma Ii ew f.t a 1 If nl tho me 'li C uu pan" x t'edtJJ "a'Sbed hi4- uti3l1ed li Wh z e al r. we ompany re8Olnd lJt Ct I I If 15" l.1r u l t 1..rl' \ually annoye4 be dltl1 'ut our r cUlnl'\ny 4 ce of a. ry la.r bll-llneaa.t Oll the TexY' tOW11..l ceor 1'au t" nlgh'i ll 'se l ri t f C1j U8C a aln. i. I blil 'e 'manwould otT ha4'V 'e O1rre t "ll. That tu ht and l ll ntl .ra. wnl' 1riU .llt t week J. er commanderr" i Ide. i lnally .Of aJ b r J 1JIfO re encoura.tnr.--M u W tile lot. va.ue. d E.3Y city Isiblv ra.i ed tJ me ftii 1& mUlit ltortea' 1 ill t. n com tu tlees tr to i j 'f \I LoeoIl10Un. It Ioili'ht. .m no' ard-worklng citiJena.i py IUld them the city &D t tl th. e. eant Kenna.J 1 m b7 Hr.'f emen Theuvjo ed D d dancln icl ted d .I nceq adges were tho Ptot\ n. KNOW. fnmi.J 1 y. .j j the. f. 'f r af 'f1 boro .C wereln\ "i Grlm.,1J47 1 ll of J .04 la. tinlntf on bar WM thO t tIllnen\ of mbaH. tt WI at the JWt1O are".Rt- tn Uarmf Va1le fiX o- lJ y. ti t\'j:1 brick. t ople IA Mra. la1if pel \IIt.fi1f e ne tnoWl1.f e w a e f t mem1 I11 Ji tbe conlederaC14 jjj the TIctlmot. a knife hU beei' atening to kIU e Wolcott&i. n cxr.uIdt aocI&l4 t I t iS 1D EnPJIif- i r Be-ElecU r 8peC1al.b hu r declared d.I It1 .t ehU ltf ti 'i .i GO rsda 'WUtUIJ.j n 4 -1 11fT ANTA IN. l t ff t -t t j of fAxound At t C. Kin da. ghter JrlUAiD who 011 t Station.-The LJIAllCOCk mIt t iervlcel II 1100day Moaeyla poPl'lI&ion reelS. IS b1 can DO&-lli. C. nt a'enue 1 I Lt-ctnre.-Dr. ID lII'at Conrt.-Tbe cirCuit 3Dd Olllby. ci VII aDd yeW yet. Better.-t"ncle don biI n lope' so'n 1 ot i I Flre.-Several t 19 I th lothe Lutthe arri val. Hen.-Jl1r. M. 3 aC tted In lnd Soon.-Work 'I g. willl1ave ea.t ng t'ery II thodllt F t.-Tb1a e..nIn g congrega onalloTe of alrea. y Enrcbea.-On II lDJI1ne dB Jew Plan.-The cted I 1'1 MaDacer.-Mr. IlIA York. c lew en lar e pa7 been 011 the road tor T. S. 7 fine eitua- with J leadln w u rdIo.- E yrtle n 7eu A. II. J. Gr.dy .H. Gudner 1balut ohhe IDa\a11 r f& d1 fOrthil m tl1c1dQl. J'bt 1 &ct1oD vm Ii. tht11l&ttel the .1&1111&1' 1Iro1 are' reapecun UlJIngthe1r.clalmIln wlY. Thel. City' and memberaeaeh m ke neceasa.l cele r .tlon e Sbepberd.-The o'clack. 'klAd o o ree. 8eventy-l1ve presentlwete s. wi.lllJlsure luccetlSfnland App'nol UoD.-A A'the aervicea 8. bebalf 8howin .erricos I J. C. DlUllel and litera.ture it .tay'that g a BOllk-Tomorro. Yale t .e C 8 forty-eight 1 h I ng b1u I lg d Ia Cel..bratlon.-The Ita ex\lrcl es con Terse. stockin f r s w 1e l d w\ r/or tllLIlc d 5in tn1 carols l t t eirolees rsa 8l I ee consi tin bre id ment I I en- lame-Marguerite. altern Don Ml S mo t Kimball. 6 fu i h r Egf r si amon i expen iture fs lt fe5thesta :5t set p rti theater oers cou rse lon Corinne' re- k. theplecl\ cll rulnJt an fe e 8 I UI1 statS i m'Of 19 remarkable of un- cou.monly picturesque. .I Di.rmen-icta. lrec18l0n D nman Ry'er's b ards pn sed tll lr Old las ti 'e "o..le'reAd llowa laye reat writus grow uo\ ly Dew papt'rrellects people-lt5 oWl It. tra edy We Si ters J6 tre tl ext at Saturdaywtil lI.t andare oth T ry Youn nU lber -ita i I Pl ty laie t 11 cas. port bCO 5 will T THr AP T jf i I. P rdon D7 What-I ever-.Tohn Is& an. otherofii- .applica onfor GovetnorNorthen le&dlD I we k con vlct. h08 ital'-un- bad 'to the campi. o plae d I am val The a cau J 1 Janu3ry m y who Wr. thel ZuIJt time in lUon. th 1 ere c1.ed. Pie e I' no wo fll ld. mad erd y bundln s schoolhouses the pa d ofthe a1 ssi on. Theyread 8 t llr lo l bR.ft i O o t t r lzaced carefully at l1l1gu a to I tc. w re Oeo/'r lI panythe decldeslUld &liowed re-esta.1 Q'erlt3 willisstl6 iu purt OS a cu1tnr&1 h's l'ot Ice it. ia C upons e ls j I Jy Cou h reat cure. pain. o lzat Hut h.son of most fotty-tour twenty-two .outh. luGeorgia. Fr J. A. 8. tc S o1l 8i n JUg1i S y J. W. 8. J. c1 J. now of heard Sarsa arilla bodi ln stnklD lustra- bindln t IUb8 ibed 'f -ant Send CnStitution. at 391 o n d e was. CUy'1 J Dlt. theooaonlheQIU&l1oocl1ee v 1 t' 4' -i H 'lC9 Jirt QURrnqif GoUIp Oat 'YeiW4a,1D. th Var10 DepartineUti. 1/ t.n 'th6 cou e. for jud&'eeand lng Farmer. 'YU' ted on.leUtr D.II. hone The- t ld C as I r III& e gh o ts. "butlt.lld ba n. am life. haveunlkd with d.et'1ded reI tion tor 0 prl oner be'Wf $5,000 the J ljOOO. tio Unll'Jrwoud Il'n r J f the9th of la.l5t the /trsa a aln.t Ra way Dorsey hi em IOte co e wallnj.ured. $5,000 Coca Messrs.CandJer ye ter the Cla 1 .r I O A s W. J\1a It y 5200,00 W111ue1nIAtJanta. compl nd bevera ls. Love tbor RI."h :1 d In comm Is- fir t willlJe Ie'd mornin .t ma.lIy.hnponunt ee hea bche A TUNT A'S FOl'lyth Comln&-Other brid assoc il.tes II brid .t ty a no I lce :1ch n to arri ve a tHI dol.rg b r SS CS t 113dI f he Inl'l&C6. wIlJarrive Str t't brld cIJDlnJ ttee Le n iU the gener& the' "and an'how. d lig'IeN tbelrsurvey ju t wbat repa.iring cowmenc d. Wln s 8tln18-- JUT tDile by house tleur-de-lis heart-8haped Maier.1 de 'O.l 'II' Sew-Vear Ih Clu" 8tmas tromise bein n h in work tare 1J 1J ti 8e t eacl1-a aota 00 a lar e c ered ra nr fy H nkhfl .e 1rt at\ .lal .re eWr .n1ri t Jq es a OI d slngle.Jjanded. newsboy' therewiU Wl Ie lookjn for\llud 'to comln th litti Tle Iluisible nmy tills mlghtybost four. 11 famlnefire shi wreck avera e of f me ury t m nd atlllli ves. sy tem JIa for poison S. S. S. in e"a.ses. A..ru. A :1y I 14 OD't Sptdlcfor I to "WOYAN" f' .a.u an J i1J i 'f' 1 IJ back or lide-ot me rhemtm sr sm t h I be dull hev sento ree wth snston hvng lef e udone whcb 'uht t hve J bn fe afr catng b i tmp blue ti folig yelow ap pc II a eye dn et a awy tee 1 ct wt o aton o te Lve. Relable tht cn do no har b b kow to fa t g. Tab Lvr Reguator ECUA SPECIFO FOR alara Bwel Cmplaint. D ou Slt Alo n 1 ion Jald rc rnnICAN'S -I ln prccn medic twet J r blik o Yl Regto roply. ad e tcy te Lve actn ad sme tme inted I Cf welen cgtvc ad limltive pwm otc sstel. L M HINON D. W hingo. Ak ONY GE UlN H oZ Stp in ronfotoC'Pp. IZe COs Pdl Pa Miion OER o BUNNICUT BELLIGRATB Cr. Peachtr Will ton Atanto Ga P reM P' PERFCT FITINO NEWES SLE BES WORKANSHP. c onegenulne unes maked aP. oct6m f m n nr. NOTICE I WIL Y NX the Ieneral councl ber licen. 1 Eilothtreet. J. WlN. d c.d t 'wi lF r B'ep l witlmap "postd ft Corn 'i OURCARNA nON Te 1000 and 2000 dscount whch many ou Overcoat ofers carefU Clothng excelent Scarfs- Teck Furnishng J h .VERYTHING ATIRE Whlehan Strt Corer Albama FA'Y. Nove1ies in is brlant continenta. cp' Pars Berln lkely tha in person spot Brsh $1 $2.50 $3. soal rih $1 sand $20 begt aars ad clmb rses Ces $6 Lether Toiet i is lar-and Cuf Caes get rety 35C 4c so 65c $1. uslul detve ac6 ar enmlDaton enerou prc 11e LEBERMAN KAUFMANN 4 Whitehal Ar 101 \otl G CIC pttS i t norhwen I 1 a TOu aentot tcket 11 Ltve v Cicl la t ldpol CIncint H-tl Dayn posltvl" \e Ue f nin vestibled tl electc lnt I het m cllt c1n c c t WA BAI I Ger 1 n Pa An. 'prU-d I I ong pare ts Ihould hav lurt thm 1Iano clnmenc wt I I pornt t f aClstm prop bsides al thbthe1nB" a pleaaurJ I the mUSIc Bes Chept. hen Wold. Rnowed. Aita' l\t KNABE I a joine iao constt u aneroU 1 &nd JOt or U F A E wat. pio untl a tTY 'D NIE the. i 50b' 'OP PIA1O O yu pefer pi&o te l t fatol-9O hilTg ben me 'e lTrt Il ent Pllpi Cew. Oa. bav 'rll20 t 9,0 Ficer InO WeRnt Fanos Echange Ey Pyment. hav Send.Rd Po. hav 3 Palor Cuh Orgns. Writ forlca Cataloe. 'LNTA GA 1 Wathes J ewely 1/ I AI E'R BERKE LE Wiehal Street r I Nunnaly Q neral' 1 f Wh.-t"h' 'liSt" 'j'f 7 .I e' 'c' Ie e a. reet. c i' I c" stroig DanyW w' pru Con 7 tZII C.IThfl tper ie. dLny Il ie fl whoa 0.ek flI c..Ij t l.-t to ew t.I &re& 'on. Q t. t r.tu.iPy t tthu ty OOfJi I reap orr.t Zj e't avprvIar .M116 t ce ou I4O fligb carrtag 1 ii u8 fd 0 ivun erynial ooi 1,1 .t V e.rre- t.t. uzL t w an Lt' 0 rt.rL te 0 C Knilt th j Vhet. Ib1I4 old. Lu tLn' fey con. ro ct for the very 4 ma t.IL L tti I iue w 3y zi C ttyw U ta. in i 'o wiU try to. th 1 e tOO.- no ard-wurk1n r i 3 1 mos e f wa1nos. .t at thS Kimball. tsttIn t I ghter C wartof cHflb b Li fruit ew York Ii.i a7. thS LrI.t ucknown Jofl dfather wasoueoZ mem- sube been- WOICOU eod r ft pec1ai.-Th k aIead 4IH 1 4 Gen.g rsday rein. i1 BRIEK1 EWS I g al1. etreeta. flbycalflug n i to va uest S ple cijcuitand IlL-Mr. Diatbil a very to 0 I .t ii C to tnttie r .0 a 0' g .4 searrlage.-Miss Ford. lt O lady and thegroom sttbe .WD.Andcrson ti5 .fIowi Bonds.-Dr. gf ix st arttwest taew York. "sew York L hi ead.lgir43on. Is 'a g- 4 illconductthe e 4 e .f ni --i YevOrleansengagement. ltwas tei g i t 4 ma f- inchthanhe. E Ye1l5 I- s v.a. F Atthe tll1thsocern. LtlantaArtihery atthelr t 'i.i PtainGeorge B. 0 'flbeelected H. Ccx L layne yesteiday that Qo14 iu a WatCh Servlce.-The b- Menschri suan sight silliee In. fromii o'clock p. to 1 oclock a. rn. and. a 5ey or serI olght..the Ia agne's 1n meel Inciden3in Y1ni1acUonwUIntaken the mt o md ln&veq AnnIveaiytxercieTb of-the re- 7 3O those tookthlsiuethod showing theirappreciation Sofas a TheJuch cusipsoyconcluded Is prperties an- witty andthere and elegance thirflr.i ownantlwe mail. ne iOext ofthe Young Ttaeagent were a. A 1 -i-iorie. I gents. fL. Y1' is re habIebaking public.-Dr. QT b'.i' 4e -a------ c .i-.e- ir4 'o ATTllR GPITOL a THE' to hinfeeblehealthhewanotaent JudgoJames re- theltruth ag.ne me wor't 1. according fool comomission. the cnnittii.slc to th' 0 Joy ocr eiiels curepain. 0. usgs l arsinthesoutli. Fiyeof stein sc-me Frank F. V. S. A lien W. S. f. A. S. Billkrp'snewbook,35O 0 fl114 sCion. on to West thenOs stong the river road 0' -i. .e t ttli -o.I---- 1 23 o Aneortwasd toeucethe rteaaeofJ.H. on s wa plisoner stunt before wa wildosts Just e reluise $15,000. the 25th Ins ins whibit Cot inpany. yester Canelr F. andJnltn 8 J. 00. F. wa 5. receivedat eon'tructlon material uv dec12 lot drilt-iw beingan w boys are provided from a anabundanceot fireworks Is evertimtng ttere Cltrietmaeinanappropriats 1ruisibIefirmy mentof wouldatbest only un- end a Bockto 1.aflPSXMs. i' C.- :4s-.J. L 1 aide-often ap- Liver. CohIc N haverie'er toput avqeea- tht OPJLT GENVINE 0 redotifront ANDSODO orSaleby p.&p. FItr .11H3 octls-06m I general decli'dlt B ep oy'ts .i. fl The 1O' 2O0 S youseeso inour c7KL/cLD BYTHlNG e i.75 3$3.5O-alltheway tothe x a i8. t6. 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