Atlanta Constitution, December 11, 1890, Page 9

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THK CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA. GA., THURSDAY, DECKMBEK 11, 189a TEN PAGES. 9 imi-lns Sirs. of Jennie Arnold to Mr. -which occurred yesterday at 1 j church, was an event in -ay prominent Atlanta people were in- thor of the bride-elect, Mr. Charles 'entertained the attendants and one or 4 -Ste at a very delightful wedding Tat 11 o'clock. The appointments were it and the menu was delightfully ectved. ..-reii was handsomely decorated with miW pUnts and a prolusion of Florida bride and groom stood under an of white Swisa decorated with Snws acd from the center of -i bell of smilar and white T" T-, -svr.3 suspended. The ceremony was W rely performed by the Kev. Mr. Pnnsten, '-i-T entered to the sweet strains ol a wed- as fa-Hows: Mr. Joseph -and Mr. H. C- Jameson, Mr, Charlie 3ir. John Gatiiia. Miss Corinne is maid of honor, enteredjalone and was 'rtlii bv the bride on the arm of her father, j and tbe bes.t wishes of the follow them. rerr enjoyable and delightful tiddledyninks given evening by Mrs. W. I. Evans, -cJurmmp home in Park place, in honor of veilora Kai_ne, and her guest, Miss I'auline 5una, of AtStns. The home of Mrs. Evens 5 very dainty and pleasant: lia'pHzes oflored ivero very handsome, and wijo won -uere particularly fortunate. Tbey follows Fiist prize for the ladies, a fairy mo of exquisite design; booby prize, a hand- memorandum. First prize lor gentleman, nd-painted calendar; bnoby prize, a hideous j, crab of queer device. Delightful refresh- were served, and all present spent a moat enjoyable evening. The "Wta Misses Paulino Harris, "ahra Haiue, Adeline Atlair, Cormne Anna Ebtcrt, Chloe Belle White, Ebbert and Kelto Ebbert, Messrs. Harry Pryur .llynatt. Quill Farrar, Frank West, TQ m Sanders. Bob Farrar, Joe Eddleman, Max itlMte, Dr. X. O- Harris, Hugh Scott, Hiram !aac. Etliot Jennings, 31rs. Joseph Raine, Mrs. Keihey and Mrs. H. White. aad Evans entertain very elegantly, and liospitj.Uty ol last evening was moat grace- Spence opened her pleasant home on Mer- a-vcnue j afternoon and entertained fiiry of her young lady irit-nds in a moat de- "fnl and nove'. manner. The cards of invita- Miiied the occasion an observation party. It Forty articles were placed upon a table be- 1 a screen, niid each guest was allowed to loot thuse articles for one-hall" minute. At the slut time the observer was given paper ana md requested to write all that could be 1. red. To the one rememberine the PJ.I number of articles a handsome prize was rtci ,3d the booby prize was also on hand to :he person whose memory should hare uounnlously taiied. i. itertainmem was given in honor of Miss the charming guest of Mrs. Spence, and ,i- thoroughly enjoyed. ii Bagby. from Richmond, Va., who has been :uest of "Mrs. Clarence will spend :lie remainder of her stay in this city with Misa Mrs. 2. C. Thornton will give a very enjoyable mosicale on the evening of the 12th, at the home of Mrs. George Byington. on Capitol avenue. iln. Clarfc Howell and Mrs. Glascock Barrett, KIIO has been Mrs. Howell's guest, loft yesterday -GT Augusta. Tie party that the young ladies of the Red Cross pTr- tonight at Mrs. R. P. Trippe's residence on ?Kvntree street, will doubtless be a very pleasant Cvr. The entertainments of the "Red Cross" of an enjoj-able nature and the young intend to make this no exception to the Tho entertainment to be given tonight, com- at 8 o'clock, at Trinity church, by the T-JTTJJ People's Christian League, for the benefit piano fund and Westside mission, will be me of the most delightful affairs of the season, PABT FIEST. dolo, piano, Miss Annie "Werner. Saltation, Miss Kate Sprenger. Solo, vocal (with guitar Mr S3. Williams. h -1 i'io, vocil, Billiard (by request) X.-s LlaERie Culberson. Citation, "The Lovers Miss Bettle i jet, vocal, to Our H Tro- re (by Miss Laura Bose, Mr. E. H. Solo, htnjo, Professor Carlisle. PAET SECOOTJ. Solo, vocal, "Dear Miss Clara Werner. solo, piano, Mia. Henry Hart. Recitation, "Mr. Brown Gets Hair Hiss Mamie Johnson. bolo, vocal, Professbr Charlie Krutch. (flute and William Creuihaw. -Iccitation, "Yaa Marriage a (Dutch i J. E. Willielnu bolo, cornet, Professor Marston. aolo, banjo, Professor J. G. Carlisle. colonel f, p. Westmoreland will prettide as Boater of ceremonies. Irs. Leigh, of Toronto, Ont., Is a guest at the Silence of Rev. Dr. R. S. Barrett, on Houston "el. She will spend the winter in Atlanta. Mrs. ;li ;i a danghter of the lion. Charles Lindsay, c present registrar of Toronto, and widely -oo-wn tlie Dominion as an author and i inter on politico-economic subjects. "iS3 Fannie Schlesinjrer, of Xew YorK, art ac- upliviieU and handsome society lady, is visiting brother, Mr. H. L. SchleBiDjjer, i Siss Harriet "Vniliams, of Tuscaloosa, is in city, the guest of relatives on Spring street. Mrs. H. C. Sterling h..b gone to Chattanooga, she will p.iss the holidays with relatives. The 1 ranaway match that we spoke of in an '3 boii.e days agt> came very near being con- yes.erday. The "old man" came up i the nicl; of time to prevent it. Who the I 3 is the all-absorlimg question in social borne have gone so far as not to believe -iai to THE CONS rrruTiojr, but your reporter a a position to know, and not being in a --0 tell who the parties are. can only ask Believers to await developments. The ri s been procured, because we saw it, and 1fl f S looks like is to tome of it. y -id. of Sew York city. Is visiting the --Loins Rothschild. v- ymnn, of Oxford, been on iitty-savon people regiatpred at the Tuesday nigAt. Tfiis place Is at- arummera. Qf Ga., will visit -y during the holidays. MissPope "i young j entertalrtinents will be given c-ao -.veek. TQ experience, time, and brain 3 in the preparation of Hood's in any other medicine. Itis a peculiar. It Is Called MlHMioner anrt B. 8. Barrett Will Bo Editor. It seems that Atlanta has not yet acquired her full quota of journals and newspapers. The latest aspirant for literary and news tlic religious called The Missioner, and Bev. Dr. R. S. Barrett, of St. Luke's cathedral, is its editor and proprietor. It will be a four-page folio, with five wide columns, and -will be printed in easily readable type. The first number will make its appearance January 1st. The paper will be printed by the Franklin Publishing Com- pany. Tbe Missioner will be devoted entirely to the interests of the Episcopal church in the south, and eminent Episcopalian divines from all parts ot tho south will bo among if con- tributors. The paper will uphold liberal hiijh-church principles, and as it becomes established and broadens its field it will be enlarged. The late Biabop Beck with was art enthusi- astic supporter of the project, and, but a few days before hia death, he had a talk with Dr. Barrett, in which he strongly advocated the great necessity for such a publication in, this region. That the new journal will be a success goes without saying, as it has ample linancial backing from well-known wealthy members of the Episcopal church, and has promises of support from al) directions in the south. Barrett has had considerable experience in journalistic work. He was for two years ed- itor of The Southern Churchman, and founded The Church News, for several years acting as its editor. Subscribers to The Missioner may rest assured that it will in every way prove worthy of its inception. SUE LEAVICS HSR HOME i T dip, V1 iNEWSPAPER And Her Father by Adoption Is (or Her. Ida Heigbtman, an octaroon whose home is at lid Vine street, has mysteriously disap- peared. A thorough search is being made for her. The girl is about fifteen years of age and is so white that a casual observer would not de- tect the negro blood in her. She is about live feet high aiid has a well-rounded figure. Her hatr is a dark auburn and is inclined to curl. When quite a child she was adopted by Robert Jordan, an industrious, sober nearo, "who is now the head cook at the Atlanta Baptist seminary. For two years past she has been. attending the Atlanta university arid was one of tho brightest students on the roll. Her dis- appearance has caused great uneasiness in her family and an anxiety among the colored people generally who know her. A Pleasing Sense Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the uso of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the system when cos- tive or bilious. For sale in 50o and bottles by all leading druggists. Tlte Marlborouch. ATLANTA, GA. DECEM- BER 10, 1890. MENU. OYSTERS. Patties. 60 DF. Vegetable, Mutton Broth. BKOILED. Blue Fish, Spare Ribs. BOILED. Trout, Lemon Sauce. ItOAST. Fulton M rkct Beef. FKiro, Chicken, country style. VKUETAB1.ES. Sweet Corn, Succotash, Tuinatoes. Hice. Mrshed Irish 1'otatooa, lima Beans. KELISIIES. Olives. Omons, Pickles. and Every Known Condiment. PA STB v. Orange Ambrosia. DESSKBT. Cream, Cheese. Crackers. Cafe Demi Tasse. Small Bottle Best Table Claret Free. Tbe above bill of faro will be all ready to serve Sromptly at 1 o'clock, and lasting until 3 o'clock. C will be left 01 tional to each guest whether or not, if he desires his or her dinner served in courses. Respectfully. THE MAKLBOROXTGH, Corner Marietta and North Broad Streets. Comebefore all are gone. Boys' Suits at cost. BealTs, 1O Marietta. Thurs -Sat-9 un-Tuea. W. C. T. U. Meeting. Alcohol As a Household is the title of the reading, followed by a dis- cussion of the subject, to be given tins afteinotm at 3 o'clock, at tlie pastor's study, in tbe First Baptist church. Our members are to be present, and all others who tV-el an interest in this discubsion. Mrs. WITTER, President, Miss STORES, Union." If you are nervous or dyspeptic try Carter's .Little Nerve Pills. Dyspepsia makes you nervous, and nervousness makes you dyspep- tic; either oue tenders you miserable, and these little pills cure both. Montana Marcs. The repeated success of T. H. Spaulding Co.'s great auction sales of Montana horses has caused them to decide to hold another sale before the holidays; much larger than the -othurs held by them Heretofore and with a much finer and larger assortment ot stock. This great sale will be held at their stables, 57 Ixiyd street, on Tuesday next, December 16th, sale commencing promptly at 10 a. in. This is an excellent opportunity for any one good, sound, young, well-bred noises lor little money, as they will all be closed out to the highest bidder regardless of price. Ulysses Lewis, attorney at law, haa removed his office to 36 W. Alabama street, Maddox Rucker'3 Bank Building. thur sun Cheap Bail dins: Material. Kb Bucli opportunity has been presented in a lone time for securing valuable building material at a low price as that of the Second Baptist church building, corner Washington and Mitchell streets. This building will be sold at auction without re- serve, to be removed, at 12 o'clock noon, Friday. Welch Turin an can give full information. dec 11-d 2t_________ Ed. L. Grant Company, 63 Peachtree, 'phone fa04. Signs and banners made and shippedanywhere, tilass, board and ad- vertising signs.________ apW-dly Our stock of medSnm-priecd watches, jewelry and silverware is complete, and we invite com- parison and inspection, and for the accommoda- tion of our friends and the public generally our store will be kept open at night until after the holidays. Maicr Berkele, 'J3 Whitehall street. EXCURSION TO ASUEVILtE, C. N. Southern Interstate Immigration Conven- tion, Excursion tickets will oe nold by all agents of the Eabt, "Virginia and Georgia railway system to Ashcville, M. "C., December istii, 14tb, 15th and 16th, at one fare for the round trip, to parties to attend tbe Southern Interstare Immi- gration convention, to be neld December 1-th, 18tb.andl'Jtli. Tickets good to return until De- cember 24, 1890. Every southern citizen should be deeply interested in this convention. nov 25 d to dec 16 ________ Tno tSe-w Popular Game of Tiddledy Winks at John JL Miller's 31 Marietta street. ff_________ dtf Queen ami Crescent Konte, shortest and quickest line to all points in Arkan- I'w best Juie to all points north and northwest. Low rate made for emigrants p-ninc--west. Parties wishing information about; 17 Kimball house. Atlanta; Ga. uoviatt Blaler Berkele Wive one of the finest opticians in the south, and prepared to tit tha most difficult cases of TOLtSideftctSw and ball street. i iicitnci aeiccuvt: rnI oveirlaflses reasonable, and no charge for ex- your eyes- Go and see them at :S WhUe- mstreet. _ "r HOW TO GET WELL. is a question of vital importance, but it is equally important that you use some harmlesss remedy; many people completely wreck their health by taking mercury and potash mixtures, for pimples and blotches, or some other trivial disease. S. S. S. is purely vegetable containing no mercury or poison of any kind. And is at the, same time an infallible cure for skin diseases- Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC, CO., Atlanta, Ga. Diamonds and Precious Stones. We buy in Europe and import through the Atlanta Custom House. We can save you at least 20 per cent in the purchase of flawless stones, besides being able to show you a stock as large as any other in Atlanta. Get our prices before purchasing. J. P. STEVENS BRO., Jewelers, 47 Whitehall street tt-Gso JUttle Pitla. They also relieve tress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Flaarty Bating; A per- fect remedy for Dlzzd- aess, Nausea, Drowsi- ness, Cod Taste In the Houtb, Coated Tongue, Pain In the Side. TOIt 2T2> T.TYTjB, They regulate the Bowelf and prevent Constipation and Files. The smallest and easiest to take Only one pill a dose. Purely vegetable. Price 25 cents. CA5EBB MimiCira Qg ITro Ygfc. VALUABLE PKOPEKTY FOB Pot AS1 i m Surviving Partner's Sale of Stevens' tery. rtlSORGIA, WILT, BE vf sold belore the courthouse door 111 the city o and state and county, on th flrtat Tuesday in January, 18U1, between tha lega hours or sale, to the highest bidder, tlie entire plant known as Stevens' Pottery in said county consisting ot acres of land, nioru or lena, oi which there is a sewer pipe, lino brick and stone ware of all descriptions, pUnts complete and al modern conveniences necessary for the productioi of the above articled or floods. Eleven mules, one horse, one bull, 800 bushels corn, more or less, 70 pounds of fodder, more or less, ono btorehnuai and mixed stock of goods, notea and accounti good and bad, amounting to about leas of thirty convicts, with various times to serve, one grist and custom mill complete, dwelling, uants and outhouses of every description, ample and complete; in fact, everything tor the success- ful working of this valuable piaut and property, is now on it, and will be sold in a lump and en- tire. The und Gordon railroad runs through this property and there is not a inure healthy location in the state. Sold for the pur- pose of division between the surviving partners and the legatees of William Stevens, the deceased partner. Purchasers are invited to examine and inspect the property. Terms of s.ile W. C. J. H. STBvnjra, Surviving Partners of Stevens', Bros., Co. Tbtg day of November, 1R9Q. _ ABOVE ALL OTHERS ON EARTH strong assertion nut a trial of our -will onvince all that footwear bought of Jolin M, loore possess more desirable qualities than Shoes ffered elsewhere. OUB CUSTOM SHOES hould lie worn by every man in Atlanta. Prices rom to Fit guaranteed. JOHN M. MOORE, _ 33 Feachtree St _ ______INg TS UCTION. CRICHTON'S Short-hand School 49 Whitehall St., Atlanta. If you want to learn shorthand, tho first thing to done is to select a scliool; one that has some standing; remembering always, that idle boasts are easily made, but teaching shorthand is an art, .1 science, a business. Examine carefully into the claims of teachers and select one as carefully as you would a pliysi- cian. Our catalogue -will be sent free to any address, and if we do not prove that wo arc capable of meeting your requirements you have lost nothing whatever, ___ AT AUCTION On tho premises at 12 o'clock noon, Friday, tbe 12th, the SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Building to be Removed. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS "Will do well to investigate the value ot the material in this bnilding, and be present at the sale. Special opportunity for securing Cheap Priced Material For the Construction of TENEMENT HOUSES. "Will be sold without reserve, to the highest bidder. Remember the date, Friday, December 12t6, Noon. For addititional information consult Welch Turman, No. 2 Kimball House. Wall street, AND DANVILLE RAXEJtOAD K, COMPANY. (A IT. NT A AND CHAIELOTTE DIVISIONS Duly twenty-nine liourb transit Atlanta to New York. Time Table in effect Nober Sd.vem 1890. No. 51, No.3i No. 55. Daily. Daily. Daily. Lv AtUuta (C X.v Greenville......' IjV Spirtinburg., AT Charlotte..... Ar Ar Greensboro... Ar Danville Ar Lync'lihurjj.. ArCharlottcsville Ar Washington.. Ar Baltimore..... Ar Ar New York Ar C 00 p ml ]2 44 p m 1 4J> p m 4 23 p 6 02 a ml 7 -17 a mi 9 32 a m 12 25 p m 2 30 i> in 7 30 p m 8 50 p ni 3 JO j. m G 20 a in 3 JO p m 7 10 a in 0 i p m 3 05 pm 5 30 p in 7 05 p in 8 4O pm 10 2U pai 12 55 a m 3 10 am i m S 20 am 30 47 am 1 20 pm y oo p m 12 50 pm 1 57 pm 4 CO p m 6 40 pm 5 55 pm 10 50 pm 1 55 a in 4 fW a m y 45 a m 12 oi p m 2 20 p m 4 50 pm. 11 00 p m Leave Danville ............i 11 15 p m 9 56 a m Arrive Richmond...........I 5 00 m 3 15 p m 12 05 n'u........... Leave Spartanburcj......... Arrive Ilemlersoiiville Ashenlle........... 44 SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF SHORT HAND 18 15. HUNTKK ST., ATLANTA, GA. We have a special our Typewriting Department. We teach everything necessary to a practical writer. Our pupils read their notes with ease. Our system (Graham's) is the most popular in the United States. We have from one to three applications daily, for competent stenographers. Wo have pupils located in all parts oi the United States and in Mexico. Demand ior shorthand in- creasing continuously. Wo have the most elegant and commodious arters in the south. Clnaaaa day and night. We make no charge for obtaining positions for our pupils. Send for catalogue. A. C. BKISCOE, Manager. W. AenUtant Manager. MISS AI.ICK TUM-EB, Principal Type writing Department. Leave Arrive Durham, Raleigh inch tlaclr. Top top rail of balcony must be inch, wrought iron, and in all c ises must Leave Atlanta (city i 7 10 a mi 4 30 p m Arnvo itben.s (city I 11 20 a mi 9 25 p m Xo. 40 arrives fiom I_ula 7 BO ara No. 50 arrives from 00 am 52 arrives from 9 40 pm 53 connects at Cornell i dJiIy. and No. 51 md Satnrday, JorT.iUuMh Palls. Pullman Sleeping-Car Service. No. 50 haa FuUmau Sleeper New York to At- lanta. No. 62, Pnlman Sleeper Washliifrton to New leans and sVashington to Birminguam. No. 51, 1'iillroan sleeper Atlanta to New York. No. 53. fUilman Sleeper New Orleans to Wash- Ing, D. C., and Biruimghani to Washington. Ticketb or. sale at Union Ticket Office, and 13 Kimball house. JAS. L. TAYLOR, L. L. McCLESKET, Gen'I Pass. Ag't, Div. rasa. Ag- D. C. Atlanta, C. E. SERGEANT, Passenger Agent n icsraiojfD AND RAH.ROAD GEORGIA PACIFIC DIVISION. The completion ot tiui important tfioroughfara to Greenville and Arkansas City on the Mississip- pi nver, tie states a direct and bhort lino to the wesit, aoutliwest and northwest. All under one management irom D. C., to the Mississippi river No 54.' Daily. November, Ar West Point.. Ar Winona Ar Greenville.. 1 Lv Atlanta....., Lv Austwll.....! I Ar Lithi.i hp'gs 1 Ar Tallapooaa...; KcTtiirougii'tiie walls, and'must be secured by nuts -j-1 aud 4-mch washers, at least inch thick. i Bottom Bottom rails ronst be X inch, wrought iron, well leaded into the wall. In Irauie buildings the tnp railb inubt go through the studding and be secured on the inside by washers and as above. Filling-in nlliner-in bars must be not les- than 1i inch round or square, v.rought iron, placed not'iuore than 6 inches irum centers, aud well riveted to tin- top and button r.iiLs. stairs, in J.11 cases, must not be less than 18 inches wide, and eoustraried of Iix31J inch wroutrlit iron sides or string, .steps to Inch round iron, donlile rungs, %x3 int'li Hat iron, and well riveted to the strings. Tlie stairs muot be aecnred to a bracket on top, and reM; on and be securt u to a l-racket or extra cross bar :it tiie bot- tom. AH stairs imM, have a inch handrail of wrought iron, braced. flooring of balconies must be of iron inch slats placed not over Inches apart, anTl secured to jion buttons inch, not over 3 feet apart and riveted at tue intersection. The 05 enuijr lor stairways in all balconies --hall not be than 14 inches wide and 30 inches long. Daily. 1 13 pm 10 45 pm '5 00 pm 2 10pm 11 35pm 52 pic 2 1G pm 11 41 pm 5 5'J piu 5 3? jiii 8 a) on I 29am J 14 am G 10 am 1 40 pm 49 pin 5 50 pm T pm ;u oi) pm 46 pm. K. C.. M. B. V ArHoily Spring.. Ar Memphis----- 'J pm T'or.'am 2 25 am i I 32 pm -1 42 am 3 30 pm OD pm( Ar Little Rock I 25 pjii 11 CO pmj Ar Springfield 10 50 pm 10 Ar City b It) a.m Ar Tuscaloosa Ar Meridian ArNew Orleans I 4 ;J pm I 0 07pm ilo d) j 11 3u am T CM am 'J 1U am 3 3U Ar 23 am 00 if K> pm_; .__.__.. T 14.1 "-fa AtiitlVij All.AN'IA. Marietta street. Your best girl would be delighted to attend Trin- ity. concert tonight. Handkerchiefs, 5 cts. to Aprons, 16 cts to Dolls, ic to Baskets, 3 cts. to Towels, 5 cts. to Blankets, to Fur Rugs, to Muffs, to Hand Bags, 75 cts. to Albums, to Mirrors, 10 cts. to Umbrellas, 60 cts. to Glove Cases, 25 cts. to Toilet Articles at all prices. Stamped Linens. Materials for fancy work. Cushions, Tidies, etc. Our store is heavily stocked with novelties for the holidays, as well as with our regular lines of Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear! Corsets, In- f ants' Wear, etc.- UMERICAN NOTION co., Formerly Thornton's Book Store. _snntntlmr____________ 28 Whitehall Pt. SEE OUR PRICES. TELEPHONE 41. Excels! or Company, 41 DECATDR STREET Collars 1 Cuffs, per pair Kiglitshirts Undersliirts. Drawers ..I........... Socks, pair. Handkerchiefs Sut HaudkercMefa Coats Pants Aprons Vents j Torwela.... Shirts (new f or 10to25c 10 to 250 IDtoSOc ato yc be less thUn '2 feet 3 inches. A balcony must be at each story. Sec. 2. The chief of the firo department rnd building inspectors shall constitute a board of fire escapes, and no fire escape will be accepted without tin ir approval, and they shall have authority to decide the number aud location ol all ure escapes on Sec, 3. This ordinance sball be published m two daily papers for 15 ciays, then it shall be the duty of the owners of all buildings cominc: under the requirements of tnis ordinance to have placed on said building within ninety (.90) days after said advertisement, such fire escapes are required. Should anv owner, itgent or tenant m possession of any such oaddimr, t'.iil -within the time spec- i ified in said advertisement to have fire escapes placed on any building as provided for by this ordinance, he or she shall be subject to a fine of not exceeding and coht, and to be not exceeding thirteen days-, either or botb in the discretion of tlie court, and for each month thereafter until said ordinance shall be complied with. Such ow ner, agent or j tenant in pOT-ension shall be subject to the same j penalties as atonibaid. Sec. 4. After tire escapes have been placed on any buildinc; asaforesaid in compliance with the provisions of this ordinance ana the same fchaJl become unsaie nr in need of or repair in order to make thf same sale, the chief or acting chief or tlie firu department shjH hKive notice to ra.ike suc'i change within tt-n days and in of failure of any owner to have or re- pairs made within the time an'd as required by the notice, he slwll for such failure be pnuject to the same pen.iltv provided in tliB ordinance to place t fire escape? In the lirst instance. beu, 5. All ttrdinanufcs or of ordinances in j conflict with the foregoing ordinance .-re hereby repelled. NEW OELEAXS SHORT ATLAN'T V AJS'D WEST KaJLLKOAD CO The moat direct and best route to Montgomery, Now Orleans. Tcias and tue Southwest The'totlowiiit; behcdule in eiiocc Uooember 7, SOUTH I No. 50 1 Ko.52 iyexccpti No.M i _Uaily Lv At! 'M um 10 0 tmi 4 25 pm T 3J Ar '2 pm 12 22 am C 13pm 8 45 am Ar 4 03 pm' I 4O 7 40 pm 9 am AT West 4 3J pin 2 OS am 8 15 pm 10 30 am Ar Op.SkZ' 5 14 pm a 50 am, 10 55 am Ar Columbs 30 am1 11 58 am. Ar IVI 7 25 pm, 5 15 am claj 1 am] 0 15 am Ar .Mobile 2 10 ami S 10 ain Ar X Orleiisi 7 00 aui 15 pm TO sr.T.MA. 8 r> 10 00 luce Curtains, per pair. 23ctoS1.00 Special rates for Hotel and Boftrdinc-Hoasa Linens. Prompt, reliable, fine -vorlc. Ajt agent NORTH I No. 51 XO.S3 ly except Xo. 55 j Daily. Sunday. Daily LvNOrlens, S 15 pm 3 Oj pm Lv Mobile.. L 1 05 am 7 37 pm 10 pm 11 45 am, j l 7 30 am 5-' ata r gj lowed to ISTGKJNG SKJ Lv SelmaV.'. am 4 30 am Lvilontgrvl 745 am 1 15am.----.............. Ar ColmGusjll am 11 50am Ar Opchii-iJ s' am 3 20 jm '2 05pm 'lO 33 sui 4 03 am 7 am; 2 4upm j U 4 31 am 7 30 am' 3 14pm j 1 Pm ln ;o 'Im- fi pm 50 rarnes Pullman JJalTat sleepinc: cara I-ctwcen Sew York nnd Atlanta, and Pullman cura between Atlanta and Xetr Orleans. Tram 51 carrier Pullman car be- tween >'ew Orleans and Atlanta, ana Atlanta and, New York- Trains KJ and 53 carry Pullman Buffet sleeping car between Washington and Kew L. TYLER. R. E. LtJTZ, Traffic Stanagei. A. Au't. SiEWSFAPERl ;