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r the price lndlcatei the quality when they ad. ertlse old oscar pepper" at ridiculous prices. such as 33 cents. 49 cents. S8 cents and so on. you know they are only offering the label" don't be fooled the genuine costi more Ts put up In square bottles with red o op" across label and' caution notice on back. bluthenthaThn L" bickart there are no others ad WMikej Habits cured at home with outpaln. Book of p r- 1 tieolar sett FRKB. IB1LWOOLLZYMD Atlanta Ua. omce IMM WlUte1W1SL. PLUMBING GOODS. I have opened a plumbers' supply house. and can sell anything you want at wholesale prices. A. R. BUTCHER. Ii South Forsyth Street. last page. 1st col j J r We Will Be Glad to Furnish Estimates For MONUMENTS Cemetery Walls And All Kinds of BUILDING WORKS ALL WORK GUAR MErD. COLLINS GftiHIJE CO 47 N Broad St. Atlanta Ga1 Successors td J. B. Smith Fancy Groceries FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES FISH OYSTERS AlrD GAME IN SEASON Special attention to telephone orders. Phone No. 20. Polite clerks. quick delivery. 14 N. BROAD ST. ALL CARS PASS THE DOOR. THE INK IS FROM- The Standard Printing Ink Co" NO. 108 CANAL ST. CINCINNATI 0 I ESTABLISHED 18 For Rent or Lease. The three-story building with basement cor. ner Alabama and Loyd streets formerly occupied by Jacks Steam Bakery. It has a front of 50 feet on Alabama street and will make a splendid wholesale house. Has railroad trackage. W. A. Hemphillo R PHILADELPHIA DENTAL PARLORS 36 Whitehall Street. The largest and most magnificently equipped dental office in Georgia. All work first class and a written guarantee given. Teeth extracted 33c. Teeth extracted with Vitalized. Air 50 Cents. We call the attention of the nervous and delicate to the painless method. It Is at solutely harmless. A. P. McINNJS LD 8 D D S Manager. PETER' LYNCH IS Whitehall ad 7 XitChIIl Ita. Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobaccos Hardware Guns. Pistols. Cartridges and Ammunition Field and Garden Seeds in their seasons. A perfect Variety Store. I Orders from city and country promptly filled at lowest market price. Terms cash. TO PAY THE' FINE Judge Lumptln Authorizes ths Pajmut by the Dade Coal Conipany. ORDER SIGNED SATURDAY Receiver Julius Brown Empowered To Issue Certificates in the Sum of 5000. An order was granted by Judge' Lump- kin Saturday afternoon authorizing Re. elver Julius Brown to pay the amount of the tine Imposed upon the Dade Coal Corn- pany by Governor Aklnson several weeks ago. Receiver Brown was alto authorized by Judge Lumpkln to Issue 5000 worth of re. elvers certificate which are to be used In defraying the expenses Incident to the operation of the mines of the Dade Coal Company. I at Saturday afternoon the attorneys representing the Dade Coal Company argued the question before Judge I umpkln In chambers and after the matter had been thoroughly discussed the orders were granted. TWfcs afternoon the' attorneys of Recel Brown will appear lberore Governor Atkinson and ask that the amount ol the tines be accepted. In granting the order ln Receiver Brown the authorl- t\ to pay the tine. Judge Lumpktn made the pa ment conditional upon the accept- ance of the flneb the governor. Governor Atkinson has not Intimated whether he will accept the tine or not. and In order to learn the decision of the governor the attorneys In the case will argue the mat- ttr before him Monday afternoon. The fine which has now been authorized to be paid Is the original me Imposed oy Governor Atkinson at the Investigation of the convict questions. Governor Atkinson announced that he would require a fine amounting to 70 from the Dade Coal Corn- pliny because of the ill treatment and mismanagement of convicts In the employ of that company. The date fixed for the payment of theltlne was July ISln Receiver Brown failed to pay the floe on the day fixed by the governor. Gov- nor Atkinson at once Issued an order excluding his former order. and the amount or the fine is now under the consideration Pr tlje governor The matter will probably be settled this afternoon at the' conference 0 be held between the governor and the attorneys representing the Dade Coal Company and Receiver Julius Brown. The Issue of certificates by the receiver n the amount of fc 000 has been authorized y the superior court in order to secure he amount necessary for the operating expenses of the coal mines under the dl. rtctlon and control of the court through Receiver Brown. The certificates will probably be used In supplying the convicts with food and clothing and other Incident. 1 expenses that may be incurred In the management of the camp. Petitions asking that both orders te granted were presented Judge Lumpkln early ) yesterday morning but after the mat- er had been argued by the attorneys Judge Lumpkln announced that he would reserve his decision until later In the day. If the tine Is accepted by Governor Atkinson today this will end the matter of nes and Receiver' Brown will attempt o regulate the affairs at the mines upon a paying basis. COOL BLOCKS OP COMFORT. How Atlanta People Are Supplied with Ice These Pays. Ice Is now plentiful in Atlanta despite he tact that there was an apparent sear- itj for two days last week. According to what all the Ice manufacturing people say all the Ice machines n Atlanta put In operation would make nearly dpuble the quantity of Ice that Atlanta a population are now using. It is estimated that the people of Atlanta these hot. sweltering days are using between 133 and 150 torn of Ice a day. This s probably a little more than third more Ice than Is used when the temperature Is about SO degrees. It Is estimated that all the Ice manufactories In the city have a combined capacity of 240 tons a dav Thus it will be seen that there is no danger of an Ice famine In Atlanta. True. It this hot weather should continue for. say a couple of weeks or a month longer the Ice users In the city might not be supplied as rapidly as would subserve comfort. but. there would be no danger of any suffering for lack of the cooling article. During the fearfully hot period of weather Ice has been the sole comfort of many. and but for It there would have been much more real suffering from the heat. Yet half the people In Atlanta do not use Ice. To at least third of Atlanta's population this cooling article would have been a luxury even on those hot days when the thermometer was up near 100. A very small percentage of the neJro population In Atlanta use ice and a large percentage of the. white people are unable to keep their families supplied with It. Ice however. sells cheaper here than In nearly any other city In the south. In Macon and Savannah ice Is retailed at several cents more per hundred pounds than In Atlanta. The prices here fluctuate and average about 35 cents per hundred pounds. None of the companies charge over 40 cents for retailing ice In Atlanta. Though this would seem very cheap there Is not more than halt of the 125000 population of Atlanta that use It Mr. Sol Benjamin secretary and treasurer of the Standard. the largest Ice company in the city. says the people of Atlanta are scanty ice consumers. The southern people. he says do not use It near so much as the northern people who have made this city their home. To Illustrate' how the Ice scare arose last week. Mr. Benjamin said one of my most trusted drivers was reported to me by a man over the telephone as quot. lpg the price of ice at 1 per 100. As soon as the driver came la I asked him about it. He said the man who had reported the matter to me asked him the price of ice as lie was driving back over his route after having delivered all his Ice. He replied that he could not let him have It at I a hundred. for he didn't have It. That man construed the answer or pretended to construe it that we were selling lee for a dollar a hundred. Such' things as this were what gave rise to the Ice scare. It will he seen that If only half of the people of Atlanta use Ice that is to say. 60 000 of the population there would be an average of tour pounds of Ice used each uay by one person that this 60000 use 120 tons of Ice per day. On such days as last Friday there was probably 150 tons of Ire sold to 75000 people In Atlanta. This would make the same percentage of tour pounds to each person. The Ice companies in Atlanta which fur. Ua5u wjth Ice are the Standard. tn Georgia. the Gate City. the Purity and Mr. Sawtells plant The Standard has four plants and has about six times as great a capacity as any of the others. This company manufactures Ice In blocks while the Georgia Ice Company freezes a large tank full and cuts It Into blocks sf lerwards. The latter process takes about ten days to manufacture ice' while the former takes only twenty-four hours. The people of Atlanta are given one Ice delivery a day except on. So where two deliveries re made. When Baby was rick w pTe her Cutoria. When she wu a Child gba cried for Ckstorifc When snetecame Jrfaa the efaSg to Gutoria When the hid CbfldreMb ganthea Cutoria LETTER lit of letters rcmalnlnr unclaimed 1 the Atlanta. Os. postoifice week ending August 1. 148. Persona calling will plea say advertised. and give date. one cen roust be paid on each advertised letter. tntlamln' List. A B. Adslr. B Brass Henry Brown. O. I. Bun. tni. 57 Norcross avenue. J. L. Brown. John Uowlea. M. E. Byrd. ThomM Blalock. A. T. Curry. Asa Chaptman. 6H Whitehall. Charles U Carter. George Cttchen. Rut King street J 1. Campbll. 31. A. Carter. R. D. Curd.- R. O. Coyner T. E Coleman. D T. Darden. J P. Delllnger. John Davie. J B Dickinson. Nathan Driver. U PtIIchtree T J Dempsey. E N. Ewing. D. A Flnly W. C. Flndley. I. I. Griffin. I G Green. J. 1 George R. Glnkson. II A liagstr Charles Hilton. Edgar C liulbert. r B mpstone. Henry H JIanqtll G W. Hill John Hill Jack Hill. Mark Harris. R C Hudkins. Rupell Jlanls T J lIanwell 2 Thomas Hunter. William Henry. B B. Johnson. C. B. Jones C. M. Jones. D. W. Ketchum. Greene xentd col. ored J B King. TT P. 1- L ons Idger B Lester. F H. Law ton Jack Lee 2 letters care Mr Peas. Marthln McDanlel. Charley Morgan Frank T. Murray G C Meyer care Resp ss Co. John hi. Moore. care John Wailace Ranch Masp. Oscar Morris William Moore. R. M. Norman Co. Phil O'Donnell Dr. Charles Ottesen. P-C. A Powell. J. P. Pinch. R-George B Roberts. Joe Readwlne Jasper Roberts. V H Re froe S-Davis Smith Norcross building J H. Smith B J Stephens. George W. Stephens. James B Storges Co. Len Seals col orN 1. M. Stephenson 183 Hunter Mr. and Mrs. V Jo' Scully. T-Dallas L. Thomas. Dr. D. Tlllman M. E. Twlggs. Charles A. Walker C. W. Walker J. L. W Ullam J P Williamson. 198 Pierce P V. Williams W. W. Williams. 1 II. Young. Ladles' List. Annie Allen colored Ella. Abblngton. Martha Andrews 15 Rhodes street B Ella Bages Fannie Barnes Miss DellS Brown. Mrs. Eliza Brown. Mlw Fannie Burson. Miss Eugenia J Bacon. Mrs. J Ross Bow den care William M. Bearden Miss Lela Bird. Miss Loulle Brown. Mrs. Mary Broone. Miss Mabie Brazil Mrs. T. Percy Bell. MI Anna Causley Miss Ella II. Cook. Miss Mary Cobb. Mrs A Virginia Carter. D Mrs Mar Dowdy 18 yd Street. F Mrs. G B Gordon Mrs. J b Gl . Miss Mai re Gordon. Miss Alice Howard 52 Rhodes street Mrs. A P Houston. Mrs. Anna Jlarnle. Miss Harriet Howard MI s Kate Ilarde- roan Mrs. N. R. Harrell. cart- R. W. Parker. Miss Sallle liarrisby. Miss Stats Hill. Dozier street Miss Lena Hill. Lizzie V. and Dora Belle Head. I Mrs Anna Itson. J Miss Arra Johnson Id Old Wheat. Miss Alberta Jones. Mhs Carrie Jackson. Mrs. E. W. Jones Miss Isabella Jackson. Henrietta Johnson. 171 I street Mrs. Lizzie Johnson. Mrs. L. C. Jones Mrs. M. L. Jackson. Miss Klzzle Kendrick U Lillian May Lewis. Mrs. Jane Llord. Miss Mamie Llghttoot. Mrs. Dora. Laser Mrs. R. 1\1. Lovell. Miss Belt Moncreaf. Miss BEattrle McFarlin. Mrs. F. S Merchant. 68 Whitehall Mrs. Florence Mitchell. Miss Emma Meusay 391 Smith Emma Moore. Mrs. Isac Mays Miss Leila McCauley Miss Uzzle Moore. Miss Louise Mitchell Mrs. M. M. Merchant. Mrs. Nanie McAtter. Mrs. Mattie McGregor. O Mrs Mollle Owens. Mrs. C T. Phillips Copenhlll Miss Fannie Peak. Mrs. Lrena Punch. R Mrs Anna Rogers. Miss Mary Kate handle Mrs. Rube Rogers. 5 Meant street. S Mrs B. Sumter. Miss Alice Stevans. Miss Georgtana Sailors Mrs. Janle Shankle Mrs. Llzer C Smith. Maud Slaton. Mrs. Mollie Sameal. Miss May Sapp Mrs. M A. Stodderd Miss Rosa Strood Miss Vitiate Sullivan. Miss Rosa Skelton. T Carrie Thomas. Miss Willie Thomas 226 Smith. V Clscella Whetmore. Mrs. Eliza Williams Miss Hattie White. Haner Wood Gussie G Wilson. Miss Georgia D. Washington Mrs. Mary Wllley Miscellaneous. Atlanta Incubator Co. 2 letters Atlanta Glass Works 2 letters Andrews Bradord Betts. Evans Jones Chlcksaw Cooperage Co. Fenton Watch Co. The Georgia Grange Garretson Cox Co. Pub. Piedmont Lumber Co. Picket Co. 107 Peach- ree Superintendent Spoke and Handle Fac- ory. The Scheussler Mfg. Co. To Insure prompt delivery have your mall addressed to street and number. AMOS FOX. Postmaster. C. K. MADDOX. Superintendent. HAVE CHANGED THE DATE. ChautauVIa Encampment at Silver Lake August lrith to 25tli. The chautauqua people are arranging for an Instructive time at the Sliver lake' encampment. The late for holding the meet. ng has been changed. Instead of holding rom August ith to lith as was the orlg- nal Intention the encampment will begin n the lath and last until the 25th. This was done because It was thought that bet- er results would be obtained. The admission will be absolutely free nd there wilt be at least two lectures and ne Bible reading each day besides many other attractive features. A large tent n- which the meetings will be held. has already been purchased. and negotiations re now being made with a firm In the city or small tents. so that whole families can o and camp on the banks of the lake and participate In the exercises without paying railroad fare every day. Some local restaurant will be given permission to erect a tulldlng on the grounds. In this way meals an be secured for a nominal sum. This morning at 10 o o'clock a meeting of the promoters of the scheme wilt be held t the rooms of the Chatauqua Literary nd Scientific Circle. This meeting wilt e given to making final preparations for he encampment the programme prepared y the superintendent wilt be passed upon nd everything will be arranged In top shape. so that no hitch can possibly occur. To Cleanse the System effectually yet gently when costive or bU- ous or when the blood is Impure or slug. glsh. to permanently overcome habitual constipation. to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity. without Irrltat- ng or weakening themt to dispel headaches colds. or fevers. use Syrup of Figs. Do You Know mm It Is foolish to ask if you know Sam Walker. at 10 Marietta street. He has been selling picture frames there for so ong that everybody knows him. They know tffaTh Is up to date and has exactly what he says he has. He says today Bat he hay the handsomest line of pictures and picture molding ever brought to Atlanta. Sam's s right. too. Is Your Wife PussyP f. so she must have indigestion. Tyrers Dyspepsia Remedy wilt cure her In a short time. For sale everywhere. TRUNK PACTORT 17 Alabama St. you need a' trunk TaUse or pocks Half Bats to Louisville Zy. ana Return For the occasion of the. national meet of the League of American Wheelmen he Southern railway will sell round trip tickets to Louisville. Ky. at rate one fare or the round trip. Tickets will be sold ft ShiS5d S for retu6rn P22ti The Southern railway of. ers superior schedules and aleenln car accommodations t and from T tSullVlUet For. particulars apply ticket agent South. ra railway Kimball house corner. I PZESON6XI. window abide Hammocks ad Croquet Set L j/ J 7 of Rock-bottom That's where our prices' have struck. The heat and the late season have withered profits. Our reductions are so general and pronounced throughout the store that we lose' money on nine sales out of' every ten. The impulse now is to sell We want to be rid of all' Sum. mer Clothing. We need room arid we need cash' for Autumn goods' that will soon be arriving. That's why- such phenomenally low prices prevail TO CLOSE OUT. September ist we move to 16 Whitehall street. Every pair of Shoes and Oxford Ties must be sold before then as we are determined not to move a pair into our new store. MI our Men's 600 Shoes in tan calf or patent leather rhn rn Now go at 4) JiUU Ail our Men's 500 Shoes Now. All our Men's 400 Shoes Now. All our Men's 350 Shoes ffii rn Now 150 All our Misses' 200 Oxfords and Strap Sandals hi nn Now goat ipliUU AU our Misses' 150 Slippers 7 Now go at JG All our Children's 100 Slippers r n Now go at JUG Ladiesfine 300 Oxfords ftf rn Now ipliuU Ladles' fine 150 Oxfords rhi nn NOW j yy Bargain Hunters this is your chance. pox SNELLINO SHOE CON 73 Whitehall Street. After September 1st 16 Whitehall Street. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT for the six months ending June SO 1896. of the con. union of the LIFE INSURANCE CO. Principal office No. 218 Main street Hartford Conn. A I CAPITAL STOCK. 1 Amount of capital stock. tl 750 000 2. Amount of capital stork paid up In cash Jl750000 S 1750000 II ASSETS. Total assets. j4i Ms in III. LIABILITIES. 533831 10 11. Cash capital. 1750000 12. Surplus over alt liabilities. 492786993 Total liabilities. lu w i sai in Iv. INCOME DURING FIRST SIX MONTHS OP YEAR1896. Total income. V. DISBURSEMENTS DURING FIRST SIX MONTHS OF YEAR Total disbursements. 10. 2955279 29 Greatest amount insured in any one risk t 35000 Total I of Insurance outstanding. 201 732W Certified copy of the act Incorporating the company. filed In offlceof Insurance commissioner of Georgia. STATE OF GEORGIA. COUNTY OF Personally appeared before me the undersigned W. E Hawkins of the firm of Done Hawkins who. being duly sworn deposes and says that they are the general agents of the Aetna Life Insurance Com. pany of Hartford Conn. for the state of- Georgia and that the foregoing statement SSwoirnCto and subscribed before me this 27th day of July. 1898. HAWKINS. WHARTON WILSON. Notary Public. Fulton County Georgia. A few good active agents who can produce business can secure good contracts by applying. to BONE HAWKINS Managers for Georgia. 710 Temple Court Atlanta. Ga. MlEAI7QUARTEb FOrt 25 0 STEAMER TRUNKS 25 Patent Automatic Revolving Tray For next 30" days a special cutof 35 per cent on all Steamer Trunks. Brass Bound Sole Leather Bound or tSteel Bound. Special low prices on all goods. Only complete line In the city. Call and be convinced. I- LIEBERMAN aud Whitehall St PricesDownwards C p- W 5 Take"Advantage of Our LowPrices on Furnish The Kind We Always Sell. KIRSCH BROTHER Everybody's Clothiers. 44 Whitehall St. ti RAILWAY- SCHEDULES. Axriral and Departure of All Trains from This City Standard Time. Southern Railway. 6. ABRIV tame ta. WubuictoO- S 20 m til JclnoDTUle S CO m t S Cbtta0005& 7 CO m 13 TullapooM. I 33 m ITMtAlrr 8 m tCT Columbus. 10 K am tit Port Vulley 10 55 m 1 1 Muon 11 am taB B nntocbAm ll 40 m tie CbatUoooca. 1 JO pm 827 Birmingham. 1J7 Mhlnrton Sttpm 17 Brunnrick. S13 pm tl4 Chattanooga. IS pm tn ltkhu10nd 9 80 pm 31 Columbus G 9 44 1111 the OrnvleMIsa10 SO pm $ Washington. No. oxesar TO' t89 Columbo. Ga " Ot am tU UreenvlUe 01 am T S Brunswick. 7 30 am uS Chattanooga. 7 30 am 12 Richmond 7 SO sin m 12 89 nit t Chattanooga I 31 pm in Fort Valle 4 05 pm tl Macon. 4 oc. pm 4 16 pm t28 Columbus 4 JSpm 18 Mt Airy 4 K pm S TalUpocsa. S 20 pm 4 Jacksonville. J5pm IOOOpm lmpm ibus 0. t 7 Cbattanooga Central of Georgia Eailway. No. loaal1l1 WKOI 101 lUpevlll S am t a Ssvannh I 45 am 103 JUp vUe 1 06 am t 11 Macon 10 43 am 9 50 am : 00 pm 1118 Ylll 111. RaptTille Ill H p vlll Oipm llSHjyrtUe 790pm t I Savannah. 1) OS pm 117 RapevlU 10 40 m tilt lUp vtll a 45 pm No. 100 n 111 Upevllle 104 HapevUle 108 Ilaptvllle 110 hioflapevihle 4- Ohpm t 12 Macon 115 Hapevllle 114 hlapevtil& t 4 Savannah Ill. Haprvllle I1S llapevlll TO 5 40 am 700am 7 am- 8 am is pm 245pm 4 10 pm Slpm 10 pm 750pm 9 00 am 12Upm WutUn and Atlantic Railroad. No. ABBIVBVBOU 11 Nashville 7 00 am 73 Rom. S SO am I S Chattanooga 12 10 pm tl NwbMUe- 7SOpm No. DEPART TO t S 1 108 am t S Chattanooga. 100 pm 72 Rome S 50 pm t 4 ttashvtlle- 8 50 pin Atlanta and Wilt Point Railroad. NO. eaalvs FROM 12 tOps-nan 14 CoUIIf Park 10 05 cm 115 fiman U 40 am It Palmetto. 2 233pm 18 College Park. a SO pm 134 Montgomery. S II pm $ 7 SeI tMPelma 1105pm B Newnan JO 50 am NO. DIPiBT TO 7 15 am 33 Montgomery. S 55 am 11 College Park. 110 am 13 Palmetto 11 50 am' S3 Montgomery. 213pm 15 College Part 2 30 pm Selms. 4 ZOpm 17 NfWnan 6 45 pm 27 Ntwilan 1 00 pm Georgia Bdlroa No. ABHJVI FBOM I tlAOKtuta 800am QvlnltQn 7 tS am tn Augusta 12 15 pm tlAnpma NO. parasrro 2AQKnns- 7 13 am S Anpwta. 2 Mpm 10 lngtOn 115 pm 10 pm t 4 Augusta 1110 pm Seaboard Line. NO. ABBIVITHO NO PareaT t 41 Norfolk. 50 am t 401 Wa U 45 am t40 Waablngton 45 pmlt 38 Norfolk- 810pm Middle Georgia and Atlantic By. Co. Lv Atlanta J. 7:15 a. in. 11:10 p. m AT MIUd evlUe tl3am. 1 Lv Mllledgf vUI 30anL lJ30pm Ar Atlanta- 4115 p. m. 6 in p. in tDally uDda1I1Dty. Other tralna dallreiceptSonda ITUinunBllEIBSIlllTLIIE Atlanta and West Point Railroad Co. The Direct Quick Through. Line Via Montgomery to Texas Mexico and California. THE BEST ROUTE TO Selma Peniacola XobU. New Orleans Columbus Troy union Springs Eufaula. Th. following Schedule In effect Slay 241898 TOTS TOT Dally 5X5am a in 7 a m Sl am SOOam 1013am 10 a m so pm fl0pm 830pm 8 am SOUTH BOUND l ave AUanta Arrive wnan Arrive Laorsnge--- Arriv West Point Arrive Opellka Arrive ColumbUS Arrive Montgomery- Arrive Seloja se Prnurol Arrive Mobile Arrive J ew Orleans. riveRousun. 450pm S 3pm 628pm Upra 7 Jipra 33pm 11 SOpm 480 pa aoSam T fOa in 10 IOpm Dally 115pm a pm 45pm 418pm 545pm 8 83pm l OBTH BOUND. Daily No. 14 Dally No. 37. and 33 Vestibule Train. Sleep- fog and Dining Cars New York and New Orleans. No. 25 and 38 U. 8 Mall Train. Buffet Sleeping Cars New York and. New Orleans. JOHN A. GEE. OEO. C. SMITH. Gen. Pu. Art Prest and OPen. Mff. 0810. w. ALLEN. Tray. Pi A t 12 Kimball House. Atlanta. Georgia. Notice to Holders of the Bonds of the Eagle Phenix Manufacturing Company. At a meeting of the holders of a large number of the first mortgage bonds of the Eagle and Phenlx Manufacturing Company. held this day. the undersigned were requested to act as a protective committee ann have organized for that purpose. All holders of said bonds are requested to promptly correspond with either. member of the committee. giving the number of bonds held when information of Importance will be communicated. W. H. PATTERSON. Chairman. Atlanta Ga. W. O. SOLOMON. Macon. Ga. JAMES W. JACKSotf. Augusta Ga. Tubs. B. BLANCHARD. Columbus Ga. Sale of Real Estate of 7. B. Collins by Special Commissioner of United States Court. Under and by virtue of a certain de gree of foreclosure and sale of the circuit court of the United States for the northern district of Georgia entered on the 10th day of July. 1896 in the case of Caroline I. Chancy against James R. Collins. the Ormewood Park Company. and Southern Loan and Banking Company the Undersigned aa special commissioner appointed by said decree will on Monday August 17 1836 at or about II o'clock in the morning- or the day to which' said sale may be adjourned due notice of such adjournment if any being given at the door or the courthouse of Fulton county. Georgia. sell to the highest bidder for cash all that. tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the city or Atlanta and being a part of land lot number seven 47 in the fourteenth 14th district. of originally Henry' but now' Fulton county state of Georgia beginning on the west side of the Boulevard at a point one hundred and twenty 133 feet north of the dividing line. between what was the Knglett. later the Weed property and the old Friedman and Xoveman block sold by them to S. 31. Inman thence north along the west side of the Boulevard seventy TO teet. thence y11 SSS/J"11111 11 and. thirty-nine and one- half 139H feet thence south seventy 70 feet to the property of Mrs. Brown thence east along' the-line of said Mrs. Browns property one hundred and two and one-half U2tfJ feet to the. beginning point being the property- mortgaged by said lamet RCohilns to Caroline L Chancy by deed dated Febniaryyn 1832. which .mortgage tias been foreclosed in the case above named. r VICTOR U SMITH. TJ Special Commissioner. BRANDON kfAIUtWRIGHTi Complainant's SolIcitors. r FORREMTH GORDON. SCHOOL BUtLDIN Suitable. for Manufacturing p r Water and Steam heat. Fo ply to Roby Robinson. No. it building. O. W. ADAIR FORREST At G. W. ADAIR Real Estate and Renting AJjjjjP 14WaIlSt. KimballHoat1 An elegant house In Inman Park oa be bought at a bargain the house k jf beautifully finished and built withJa M to comfort. There la no better retUM section In the city and places of thifc. sCrlpU are seldom offered for ka their full value. Corn In and get tit i tleulars. i 110 feet on Edgewood avenue seas b ceuni theater can be bought cheap. rS AfS 2000 will buy a beautiful lot. 60 feet fit on South Pryor. street. 5 I have some splendid bargains fa TIM lots on north side. G. Ws ANSLEY BROS' Real Estate Loans& Renting AM J2 Washington street beautiful G0x190 with east front. Biggest bargain. South I yor street lot. beauty. 4500 for the prettiest house bet lanta and Decatur. on the Consolldaid with beautiful Ipt.- Ss 5000 for' elegant S-room cottage aw lot on S. Pryor street nqt too tar. out. K North avenue lot. tOxIlo. Big Beautiful lot. Stub. on tic. street and car line north. side chance. 9 1100 Beautiful corner lot on nlcrief dence street south side. qg J325C Lovely cottage home at SontiB wood. with large beautiful shady p car line. h t Office-12 E. Alabama St. PhoMH Real Estate Bargains 6 h. and ball. E. Ellis loam PMO T Ii. Courtland avenue 3000. Three room houses near W. Fair 45x146 Merritts avenue 1300. Good nice lot iflxl4O to exchange for lam and buggy. We have 20 acres near Piedmont ptikft exchange tot' farm 30 to 100 miles 000114. Atlanta must be a good place around this Is held at 500 to 1000 per w Call for price and tenns. J. B. Walker Draa Thomas II. Northeri. NORTHEN DUNSWJ Zeal Estate and Loan J FOR RENT Desk and space Irfottf OS 49 Equitable building V HOUSE. Piedmont avenue. Jf front lot wen shaded for sale at Make us an offer for it. J CREW STREET New story hou l If only 3960. fjfi WASHINGTON ST.-8-room house. Wt MO. for 6000. tj1 KIMBALL ST.-7-room house tarc Pd with oak' grove. 89890. BALTIMORE" PLACE-New room north front reduced from' 000 to BARGAIN tn central property near of city. fiOim alley- side and' to for only 510.0'S. MONEY TO LOAN. and S per cent 410 Equitable. Telephone 158. ISAAC' LIEBMAN S Real. Estate Renting 38 Peachtree St. We want an offer on IS acres of- good room ouse and outbuBdlnpirj Acres In fine orchard 7 miles from of city on McDonough road or change equity for small home in ued at about 1310. Thls seen to be appreciated. 65 per acre buys 65 acres of M in high state of cultivation. 4 rotei- center of city on itehiwood avenue Joining sells for 100. per acre. 8750 buys good large house and tt J tlest corner lot. SO feet ont on a Pryot street. Must be sold at once. i We nave a party desiring to exc well located house and lot In BrU Ga no for real Atlanta or vicinity. Would not OJ assuming encumbrance 2389 buys the nicest suburban around Atlanta consisting of root and outbuildings spring house aw pond. Eight acres of very prtdi on Peachtree road .One ance easy. 2730 buys nice suburban home near ball house dairy. Easy terms Local money to loan on Atlantai tate at reasonable- rates. Absolute delay. Money. In bank. ISAAC LIv-B3cAN j 33 Peachtree CHJISH SMITH Piano Tuning' and Repairing li branches. Highest tstiinOfliai5- Is SPRING STREET. ATLANTA Montgomery Alabama goes Ity. The white c u hap The fuslonUtsj eighteen countlej Johnston tow orthe fifty wh republicans In sot appeared to vote to se Murray. Few of tnem j erpart of those Ion. Kot a grj democrats appeal et The free co' control In the the general assel Fully tnree-foir newly' elected ocrats. me p thousands. and at their return. The demo electedJs as fou For governd For auditor. ClalrTOPUI For superint X W For H. Harris of Captain Jol Captain ophst j at midnight tor To The gornery J are thatourj and that we of thecounties 1834. and will hi ty to the legfelaj when the ilemoq a platform proved by Jd r will command U produce the we peace and light am satisfied Captain E Captain Kolb query sounds the follows from Bl To The Const gomery Alabe had t lo county tickets h the ticket la tautly carried large majority Jorty of the 1 frauds tave fifteen black be held back tint J majority is nee ton. Complete Lhoodwyn la electj Causes of The magnificent U attributable strong state ticke lag platform dec We. thedemoc barns la cotve our continued honored prtncfpl party and" amo the following First. The fre silvet and standard money any dlscrlminati f and without th Clone as theTJn and gold before tamed control changed the co tryfor the be the Injonr of a Second The otlO per centum 0 bank notes by bank ought. to purpose to main state fair and ju of the white men and credit of th tamed untarnish lie school educatii and extended so f ability yeithout 0 are in favor cj and we Tecommei ed under which Other pint proc of candidates may dlally invite alt tate. and especial who strayed fro with us In effort to maintain the state tit Alab Let us preserve' i It peace and Itpc of our own state yThe following bulle tlon Alabama new j ij t' - h i. e 0 1 1' rtlse ou label. the more-ft's IIq are 0. o. p. h" U au O PI UM and W1. k1 I 1I ji BM WOOLLEYMD t 106 GUARANTEED. YfNABH COLLI S GRA IT COil H1 JHfR m ST I VEGETAB ES Specialltlen n orde 0. t EO ON THIS PAPER IS T e In iJ 1 i r 71 1W. r ForRent j McINNS S. LDS DDS Whiteb1l4 Klt n TOPAY 11iB F K Y $ OOO. was DadeCoat It expt nses Lat rt bt fore anI orJ rs anI ot I I I t payment tine by Go\ ernor wll1argue o Jay hlch be n autho lzeJ tine Inve tlgatlon t announ d onvlctsln Ut tq oY rl1or. Tf1e' ma. t r lettf to repr entlng In by' the at ter tines to the clt sa In Attantaspopulation ofAt Is- day. sub serve n near Ice. sev ral Thoughthtl t It. scant laid. Ice. 60000 i ay e pott ds fish At1U1ta with t r f nK a s a f s. m come streets wullck. we CbI1d1he erSectfor WhenIheb came Wh ep tkemCutorlt. -I j :7i.i t f it iiLEtTERLlST J S t. O' J lJa unc1ln1e4 in AUantaGapoltoflc eeken41n caUl wtUpled6 1ve c t advntiH41ottet' Ad ir II. iirown. AsaChlptman. 6 II. J. M Corner..T. 1. J. B. T. 1. Dem sey A. Fln ley. JI o I. G. D. W. A. Iagstr m. C. F. B. Ht 11. G. R. C. T. 1. J- JonellC K tchum. J. B. Lyons y. Lawton let reill Mrs. C. pS A. B. W. H. Renfroe. J. sfio ep er g rtJ" B h T Sfephenson. W. Williams 1. P. P. str t Ella J. J. Bowden. MlssMable Perc s n fiD I n 8 ir ltr tGlen Metre A. P. nna Miss Irs. H ad. Mrs. Miss f 3 MIssKlzzle FS y. O- rs. ollle C. R-Mr S- C. M. W- lIss HanerWoods G. IngtonMrs ndrews tree tory. Scheusl ler irA VE S ver log from laB on ter and one Inwhlch are fot go da can e tg o aC q 1 L e and e g ngm i ge tI g a a d by and Ions. wlthoutlrrltet Ing them fram s long tna dat sayatoday It. so. I eve here. XOOTZS E. Do or book Call on us. Selln at your price. Phone No. 230. Trunk rep1rlnl of' the ke e t o Is r kt I og August 8th and 9th. limited return to August 19. 1896. lens sleeping" to LoutsVtlle era ] c. I Daniel. waU pa Wll dow furniture and room rnoidjng Uvanetta lUeet Send for lamp ea. :1. ud Setle Umm clui for SO. 75 I. 150 1 andn t uet lIetlto 125 TOHJK Variettutree AtJanb. GL' 1UJ11tf i iL1i1 Rockiest I 1 f C' RQck bottom. t. Tha s r' pri eshave andthe litescaso i wi ered so 1 storethat twe Theimpulse ClotIiin b weafc ou n 6i I. I 35 0 Allour o 3.00 ou 250 ou 1 oU Sat a I 1. 00 ou r 76c OU I s I 50 c- Ladies' 1 5 0 10 0 | stre t. T SO. TNA organized under the laws of the state of Connecticut. de to the governor of Georgia pursuant to the laws of said state. 1. 1. ount n150000 u ca. h. to- II. T fal o. 44593831 00 499759 93 li\ 1lI1 C YE..D IiiNG FI s siXl THS F" E R1i9l 59383110 Tota1lncome. u 3396704 39 DISBURS ENT8 1896. anyone 20173290 office of e E. sworn. ag nts UfeInsurance t Is eorrect and true. h W. E. Sworn to me. Is 0. anggers 0. EiA E\ QUMTf 3ifO I E fKA1aL f ts H j' W flM6 O' yro t NJkAY6A. fl. 41 uB 16 1 cm t f t. IiOS oJfJN S. SJq j j I. P' H6. fH6P l ttiGllIt D o200s. j f9V q uUl S t. 2501 25010 AufomatlcRnoIrIngTray For. ncxt3o cutof Bra SOleLe tberBouridor SteeIBoUiJ yp ices' qn' ly' pletolJnol Calland. 4 LIEBEl IAN .L fii 4 4' Wht ba1 t it 7 t :1r' ji iJ. I Z r fj 1 Zi J.- j.'t' 'U".c. - 1. omp p.J- nnTa S. VlW' i Jl 4j In 1 h i i n. 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ArriveNpw Orl 8 30p in a J110 NORTHBOUND. /.No.U Noli 01 T lave Honaton i O a mJ- II M P m Leave NilVI' Orisns liO p m 10& in Lea. Mobile U m U P m t I- Ii Ltave Monf4rOmtI :0 a m 11 10 am 6 f.\ P m Leave itlumbus. 110 P in f lkP i n i Arrlye LaGrIJie :5 a m a 47 p m 8 48 P m Arrive Nf1rIIII1. III r a m 4 6S pm' 50 p m Arrive Atlanta. U 40 a oh II JO P m I OSp in o. e YorkoandNe SI PI n. 36zPw Sy Il f4eug L tQ rLtEIfF. Pus. Art. aeor a. N oticeto Bo ds 1ar e th t elthermembe b WGOLOMON T Ji BJ H R8a. Saleof al Est 3 de- th rn dliyof R. BanktngCompany signeda& commlssionerappointfld decreew1llonMonday. August17. 1 mornln m Y luchadjoumment K1venat thedooror totM btdderto t C tolmlu tn ourteenthUth Fultoncountyltate Georctabe1nnlng. thewest atApolntone J t. thedivldlnw oobetweenwhat as..the t' d e r manAhenee. norJhaf the thoBoulevard80Tenty 70 1fe one hundred 139IDteet thence. propertyofMrlL Jthence J ofwd one htmdr dandfonytwo one teetoto begtnntng. belnithe proJertymongaged nlns' CaroltneLiChaJi y m "I:16 X f B r 17 o. r. r 5 i. 4i. i if iI 2 jt 'it"i lit tt. ItaTA tl. jJ. ii if Purposes. Waterand S. heat F O. r. e ObrROblnaon. No2 .J WADAIB FOR I O. I- Re a cR ntJ tt i 14 WauStQmb llJIOJp h ef ilal f atlIbarg cthJl ii ftnJshedand1 t l C J81l b tf. r' U e t WI n. are s 1do tr ec1' oi 1i th 1r v 1ue. ol1ln andretfIIJ Silt Ue 1ai& f et. F1geoO \.veI11J tf. c7 7' sou or. r u gaIn In GW AD LR J Re IESt e nS R i rig 00-- Walh1ngt n f eau " tfr nt est1 j Pryor lantaand 9Udj. beautlfuUtt p' cotta e' SPr70rstreet. 1t tltJerJ I. ar ltne'- i c. nl Bea Ufu1comtrlotonnce d hreet V l B. t m. .e- Uu Ith largebaaulUl eh&d ca c 712 1abam SL' h n Jtt Est t Barg njJ n.'J i r. hand hallEEllls qa r. t It 45x1 1errtttavenu V3 Q. Good ot i' l anrefor 0 l1dbuggy. I W 2Oacres n ar2J 1 d xio 1fpart' I fo f 30tol00 1eanot1 mUst b Qod. P Lcet. tho S. lIb d. t 01. 001 forpr1cean Jetm. BOii J iBR J. 4' 1. Wa1k r. I R 1 Z Equltable-buIldlng HOUSEP1edmont ave11ue1t11 foilaleat P. otrerforlL- G t EE New sto hO k mho i i ST7roomhouse. W. i.th. B LT1MO PLACE- ew m 001 BARGAINtn' yJ i s er8l e- In' MONEYTOLOANC8.nd Sper EqU 1e. Tj hOnf C t tIEBMANSOlf 5" Renting' 28Pea l trceSf f r J on g eresot 5- om house and. outbuUd1nP fr t l1o nM g tmri1 equity sm. al. I uedatabout Sl500lfhls place' j. see apprecla ed. .0 r per8crebuys G5ac es t- I1 lnhtgb etAteof cultivation4ti111eI. rbf BeUwooduenue- jolnlngeeUs forlOO peracre uysgood1irge11 ttse' iul. test 8 cfOJt. o pror street sld apn1 r nvepartY d ntoeie1 ca fr f r. tt Atant W ould a mtng rcm n e. f 1J icef a btrb i Atantaconslstln& S outbuldlngl/ sprghoue pontEht acres' ver pou ch re rainetblr ancea. ? ji all i the Fe J f Un i i 1 itont Jier Wab le' Ifei i u f F i v r e i5e tr pf lJJle fh je rlC se i Fybrctf elet b o ra s ep t1oUa s 14 rath rtrtuj ei i' l tJJs iQ F r overJ ii J Q1 Qr tl olb r Fo a perl t OJTu i f i' i moJ. Of JOf t i lad g l JULI t Fr' dtif CWiOJU FDrsu t oC r or' commlss i a of. CapWo aptal J . idnglt to Ti r gomea. fr Jhaf9ir ti1 tiJi t lei la e w' n an4t Vr9 th ae ndght i Uf B b J CaptKolb quU :8unda. th tolowtom oh ci I mr b ba bt J .couy- Ucet. ct tl keL1 ho ti1y crded Ilp j tY t rtott 1 sta v te n b1l C b heldbk t saort JIjie on. Pl te eec Ca ei tf h J1 Pt rQ tt n& 1ttor' ce t f4 J b n1cotve ur cntnue' hO O r 11 y' and uDa te .T T fZfvefand atJd mne i t a outth- IQnuctey nct ldbf f t dctr hag cth. t for 1 b e:1nu t. nc rhe- of10 Pr nt m bn poi b Oght pP tOm ltt f l andju Wnd s 11' 8 l u ad extendesf iluiic ioutr vetfavortr were d whlCh' cother ttp dldf Cf1 1vn J l tte ld' aPal bostr lt u II a tor' JO' tatn lh tat tAtab J tl j fouro1 llT at./ tl Inc S 8 I CONSTITUTION ATLAN a. 3L0iDAY. AGU3T1 3 1896 t 1L Iy" \ 1 8 ent J o l bluthenthal h h" ik 1JJJ I UrIurnrac 4' F omce1ot4Wh1teb1J1sL 1 4 JOHNSTON THEINK USEDON 1 i cor- t h use. c. a t. nd 3' FI ar- O ty th n 5000 city \ famili s n one tiT4 e-1 „ LlST.- I remaining pleasS cent Bra I. B' m col- G. Ii. J. 13. D Mary Mrs G. 13. 7. S. Glen. S. Mrs. S-Mrs.- Woods. ha at be the nohitchcanpossibiy alker ha vaij Seilfog Trunkrepairing. an of onefare for 13 Kimballbousecrajer I I. wabpapp 40 hariett samples. S id Hammocks 50 SI and 3 Good 8 croquet lets for and 150. tOClOieoutgt v. I y : I Thatswhere our' st ick. OUT7U. patentIcather Nowgoat. oo t io Nowgoat..c iOo n Nowgoat .uC- fine joo A3TNA I. capital..S YEAR 1896. 3967 of-Georgia Swo jt t4a 1 R l ALiuPP I w Y pNThM. vAi7J:1 I k irL i-I I fo ei PatentAutomatlc 30 C Steel aligoods. conp1 7 C pa d b c E1athetcr uimat4s. lices Downwards. C1Othi 5 11 Sthndard tdiazva o' I 81 am C am umwkL t Il Airy. B am tt jo 28 VafleyiO am 9 81 405pm 40cm tlDfacon.--- 401pm tz7Wublngton. t7Bmnswtek. 815pm laMtAiry4ISpm I 5 35 l00HapselIe00am 20taannsh7am llMaocnl04hent l00llapevllltShsm loBapviile 205pm 12Mscois. 410pm flapevilis. S 4 I Bpm I 10pm SavannahS00pm hNcabvtiie705m tNaahvthIe500am DZPRTTO . I0lmahI 33 89in f36eimall COpm 545pm :8 Newnan10 lhlNewnan t 10pm ABRIYZYROM aAugnsta010amt2Augus7h5ain lcoylngton741smtA0gusta. 15 tiAuguataelOpmt4Auguota.1110p10 f402 t4tid2R t Athntsft MihledevifleiCl5 I m 100 p. in Mmedgevihte. pm 115 Sundsy Only. Otheotrains LINE QU1 k Vi CtIIfo nia. pnzc la Tbtollowing 24. uTu LeaveAtlantL--- 5 005 2 ArriveNwDafl--- 6 533pm 4Opm 46am I 4 AatvWmtPoisit816am6Bpm418Pm AriveO3iikL ArntveCo1UmbU5. iSa 1045 as p in 00 pm Arrive0e1ma.-- Fensaroia a MobUe.- 4 10 p m 3 05 a in New 3o p 40 S4SamlOhOpm LeayeRouston htOam. 855pm Ne 7 50 7 LeveSeima. IkaeMontgomer7. IDamlilOam 545pm 1 30 ArriyeOpeilks. 818am 210pm 750pm ArrteeWeet Point. 8 53 a in is p in S Bp in ArrlyeLaorange 833am 347pm 840pm ArriveNewnan4lOIlam 450pm 510pm ArrheAtlanta 50pm DiningCani. S. MailTrain btew M heldwben JACKSO 17. feet west one 139 thehlneof said Februam n. JuIyhO27aug3l0lI FOR RENT-NO. 104 EDO 5' For ter5 lytolloby 12 A- Wall St. Kimball HO t- with . nd places thi iez tn 4 fr In C' betwese Consoiida Ipt C room aa lot 1100 nice 1W' Lovely South 6lffice 12 Pliotet pro pera4 andterms. ROBEB1 DWs4 Leaps. 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