# The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · Page 7

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Atlanta, Georgia
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Saturday, December 29, 1894
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fK M Sj i tcrlf a vir 3 WOD4 or Catalogues LQA. 3RD C aUr. I- Ciualar. AYfOX CuiiK kl O1T9. ns iTorab terms. Book 1XO. itc o Company. IA. GA. ha railroad. thence Ihe ride Of Apple of said land lot said land lot line of- said land lot. he east lineof land id. thence Westerly iJ to Apple street Ixcept that-part of of land- hereto. Ist Tennessee. \1. Company and Rallroad Company at purposes and ex- bres to A. T. Pick. land the part here- forty 15 acres. CC the property P Turner to sat- the city coirt of W. D. Beatle and Charles 1. Turner ed. Deed tiled as pointed out by and place."the fol- wit A one crest in and to a If land situate 17- d. or origin- la county Georgia. Irner of land lot 3S. lie nursery property Iheast corner of. MC te street at a point Mrs. M. D. Cole's northeasterly along. I street. which is a CO feet to the tIana and Florida Jnfi still along the the north line of tue east along said ie Lst corner of said along the east Me1mniugb road. Metbonough road ft of beginning ex- rve described tract yed to the Fast Georgia Railroad inta and Florida. rigst of way and. pt a tract of five ken and Michael ireby conveyed con- kres more or less erty of the defend- y a ft. ta. leaned nta Ga. in favor versus the said ssession notified. by law. Property- la attorney. and place the fol- of land lying and ata. in Fulton coon- feet on the north et. arid extending rt 70 feet. bounded ot on the west hi nf the property ok now resides of II. Brooks. to d from 1. P. court vor of Mutual Loan said IL Brooks. I. C. and place the fol. towit situate ly- lot 106 of the 17th ity. Georgia com- I hundred sad eighty land lot line be- crosses Peachtreo png Peachtree road west of uniform- tw ity TO feet jr. adjoining Iota of auth and west. and th. and Peachtrtr upon as the prop- satisfy a ft In. of Atlanta Ga-bank vs. Ella E. limes and 8. J. property described a bond or title in- K. limes in. anti Dinted out hi plaint- and place. the f ok rty wit All that I lying anti in known in the plan city lot No. t to No. 51. of the 14th I commencing on the fifty 50) feet. eTten4lng back Int one hundred and Ipon as the property Underwood to sat- i the Furtcn np ior les Mutual Building I"- the said Henry OTitr1 in fl I place the i III- bait All that lying and being in' ad part of lot' fourteenth HO dU- 7. now Fulton coon- on the south sido.- hundred and eight' street thence werty lundry strut Sgi Mouth two hundred. lgdoa street thence 5 le of Rlgdonjatreet lence north parallel hundred and forty r point l ingiTl8t ice 12 thirteen 03)of fifteen OS antI of Ilendrix .3&CI Mao all that tract i. and being tb I of land lot nnmberff fourteenth U die. r r- now Fulton nn- r the outheasteor bw streets frontto 5 on Lowe. ooo 5 Magnolia streetl ot alley. and tret3 the righl r i thereto J r be longing. If the defendant. lisfy a ft fa Jsaaed BACKTOTHECOOHCII The Report of T WAS REFERRED i There Was a Mtth1 ofthe MebsriT Yet- tiring ltSffl000 Council Will Have to Pass on It. Grand. gloomy and' peculiar the i old state I stands deserted- waiting for Its rate to be decided.- Council yesterday undertook to fled out whether the old' building" was uchv a menace to public safety a the building .specters had declared It to be and de- jed to refer th matter ob tearing doirn V historic old structure to board ox tty officials. The city officials- toot yesterday afternoon .j devide J that the building Inspectors ere right. Council will meet again this morning. at 10 o'clock to consider the' last report. it looks as if the old building must so. The city H jUUthe jaeatiair y tr- jay morning- r ferr C the v- port olj tie board ot building Inspectors toV commit. he composed of the' board of ftremeaten the police eotttmIttee the board of bund- KS plctors the cUi' engineer nit tile Sti attorney. Yesterday afternoon after examining the Jin thoroughly. representatives of se tcanis tact and endorsed the report f i V building inspectors except is to the ffr..fr.-f. and believe It' will tall In cue In attempt was made to rebuild It. This morning. at 10 o'clock there will be a meet in of the city council to consider e report of the committee. to which the tors1 report was referred and by nv ; today some final decision will have beet reached In th miller and work will nrot bly begin in a. very short while. Wltd the city council was called to order yesterday morning it wii for the purpose of considering the report of the tire in. sp which was published in yesterday mornings Constitution. and determin- rng whether the report of the inspectors should be endorsed or not. Besides the numbers of the council. the city engineer the assUUnt city engineer. Captain E. S. Gay and Mr. W. } Venable were present. Mr. Harry Stockdell thought that any action taken by the city council should be only after long' deliberation and a. thorough comprehension of the situation. He was inclined to believe that the insurance People and the owners of the building should be given a chuce to adjudicate the loss between themselves. He suggested that the extent of the damage and what portion of It was caused by the fire was to be considered. v Alderman Howell said that by the action of the Inspectors in condemning the building the onus had been placed upon the city that the mayor had ordered the Inspection made. and that the inspectors had. in their report nail- fled the city that the building was not safe. Captain E. S. Gay. who was present to look after the interests of the insurance men. thought that Mr. StockdeU was right. He' believed that the city should be very slow to proceed in the matter. as the men had rights that should ho ob- served. I He was of the opinion that there should be an opportunity given for the adjustment of the losses and that the Inter ests of no one should be prejudiced by hasty action. Mr. W. U. Tenable' Statement. Mr. W. U. Venaie who. is the senior member of Venable Bros. Collins was present and was called upon for so expres- sion of his views. Mr. Vendlle said that the Inspectors were appointed to inspect buildings. and that his company had nothing to do with the report. He said that all his tenants had moved out and refused to return and that he deemed the walls unsafe and would not remain In the building. He suggested that If the Insurance men wanted the walls examined by others he thought It was their affair. Mr. Venable also stated that he did not wont the insurance men to pay what was not right that he did not come to lobby for one thing or another. I would not stay in the building myself,1 said Mr. Venable. The inspectors have made their report. If it Is adopted the walls will be rebuilt whether the insurance men pay for them or not. Assistant City Engineer Wilson stated that the walls are of soft brick and that since they hue been saturated with water it makes them weaker that three sides of the wall were sprung and that they were liable to tall. Where the City Would lie Liable. The opinion of the assistant dry attorney Mr. Fulton Colvllle was requested by the council. He stated that the city would be liable for any injuries received by people in the falling of the walls that the inspectors had reported the condition or the building and whether that report was clear or not. It was the duty of the city council to act upon it at once. Aldermen Colvln thought that the Venable building should be taken down as the Inspectors reported. He said that there wa j building known as the Norcross building and that it tad been patched up after a fire One day the tenants were obliged to leave hurriedly a the walls fell in. He didn't e that this should be inO\\'f to recur. H thought that the e building should come down at once. Referred to' Joint Committee. Alderman Howell was to favor of some immediate action. H moved that the report of the building JJispectoIll be referred A Bad State of-Affairs. The people of the South are being deceived in the purchase linita- toii medicines. Its poor consola tlOn to. a sick man to. be told that the' medicine offered him certa do him any harm. This is th frest" reason why you should be sure to get the right medicine. Don't risk any of the manyLiiveTMedicineswjiiicnL have sprung upitt theSouthjto be sold in the place. Simmons I iyer Regulator put4ipbyJHZeilin8c Co. with the Itedrn eve age. thing else or ah yi s1 V v .1 1" f lte Fwininl composed f Aboard toil fl amaiitejrif r th Ibwdi br HtWot u estedthat they-meet at i o'clock it the oldcapltol and therutDk Ins U themselves anti reach a. decision. v Wf1noUoi iwa adopt4. ftlffc irtut tteg A . a the councli meeting"was over the 5 committee Immediately went to the- Venable bttlMlnjandvwenttailthrongnlU An examination waa made of every. pin of the-'building.'except the basement The" members then separated tt meet at a o'clock at theKtoball hcTuseFx Vienthe.J-o'ctock"meeUiig was caned to order theriuwas a- sensational etatev ment. mad e Treenfwere Aldermen Howell Hlrsch/and.Colvin Captain day- ton. city engineers Mr. Fulton Coleus assistant city attorney Messrs. Joyner ands Ogle tree- ( the board of bunding inspector Contractor BtF Longley who examined the building for Mr. Venabte and Mr. A Bruce the. w ll known architect who looked la to the matter. ion the Insurance men. It rjemeeUng was presided over by Alder- ma HowelL 7 The efluilding I Sinkin Architect' Bruce said that he examined the wall carefully anti had gone over the entire- building. except the basement lie was of. tile opinion that the southern and. western walls were dangerousand might UM coo tractor. . But'- ie. did' not top here. lie had bc n into the basement and had examined the founSatloc. Re stated that there was two feet of water in the basement. Prom what I could see said Mr. Long. lay there are evidences that the building U staking. However. Mr. Longley AA not believe that the' front part of th IZ11d1flg was dangerous or likely to fait Committee- lUabkes ui AvveetaeBt. After I. short discussion the report of the building Inspectors with the exception of one clause was adopted. This clause reads and believe it will fall in cue an attempt was made to rebuild it" The report to be acted upon by the council this morning reads as follows We the undersigned. to whom youi notice of the nth was referred would respectfully submit the following as our report After a careful examination of the premises known as the old capitol and own. t by Venable Broil. Collins we recom. mend that all that portion of the building from the west wall of the light shaft along the south wall. west wall and north waU to directly under the parapet pediment be taken down at once and the owners so notified as we consider It dangerous. It lo possible the one story of front wall might be used in rebuilding. Etched lines indicate the wan. to be taken down. W H. JOYNER. Chairman. W T. B. WILSON Assistant City Engineer G T. OGLETRilB. F A. PITTMAN Secretary. The etched lines refer to a' plan showing that portion of the building condemned which was a part of the Inspectors report. WRAP WAS ITS ORlGIS Every Evidence That the Venable Fire was au Incendiary' Work. The evidence of Ineendlartam is strong. The tact that over a hundred gas Jets were turned on shows that it was the purpose of the firebug to cause an explosion. When the firemen and patrolmen arrived In the place It was almost impossible to remain on the second story. It was here that the lire originated and the quantity of gas had been turned on. There is another convincing proof that the fire was of Incendiary origin. Just before the alarm Will turned In Officer Turner. who was on that beat. passed the building and noticed that the winging doors that lead up to the west wing were open. He thought that the gentlemen who were sleeping there had lust guile up. In a few minutes the alarm' was rung in. Turner rushed to the entrance. He was surprised to learn that the swinging doors had been tarred. It was necessary to burst them down in order to effect an entrance. There la abundant proof that a determined firebug was in the building and the cue will be looked into by the detectives. LIIAVIMG THE DllLDIKG All of the Office Renters Slave Gone and Jacob I Moving III. Stock. The people occupying offices In the Venable building have deserted them and say that they will not return while the building Is In Its present condition. Many of the office renters were busy during yesterday moving out their books and records and office furniture. Some of them would not go into the building but sent up draytnen t bring out their effects. The Tripod Paint Company la getting its stock out as rapidly as possible. The company sustained a heavy loss by water. but on the advice of the insurance men moved its goods to U and 43 Alabama. street. This firm has a. big stock and It will take eevtra1 days more for Its. removal. if it is decided to move all. Tin store of Helium Moore the opticians has been closed since the tire. The headquarters of the firm have been established at No. 40 Marietta street. Mr. Kellam stated yesterday that his loss would not be less than 15000 and that it was fully covered by insurance. He wd that he would not move any of the company' goods as the Insurance men had hot Instructed them what to do. and that they would leave it. tot them to adjust It was late yesterday afternoon when the Jacobs's pharmacy people decided. to move their goods. They began with immense wagons and hauled the stock Out of the cellars. They will tore the stuff on Alabama street below Blocks It will require two or three days If not more for the re moved of this stock. The. damage in the basement will amount to not more than 7210 and the total loss to the ceiling and roods- upstairs will not exceed 000. The damage to the electric plant wm have to be adjusted. V The papers overestirilaleif our damage. said Dr. Toe Jacobs yesterday. It wt probably amount to 500 in the total. It Is coveted by insurance. I do not know what I shall do. At present I shall simply store' the stock. away la a warehouse and decide later uponsome plan. A Talk with Mr. Jame. Collins. Yr. Collins of Yenable. . Collins was' Men yesterday and spoke of building./ Thebuilding is unsafe according to the wdht he and they should know. I would not stay in it and the tenants are an leaving. What will be dona about another building Why we haven't hardly had time to turn around. It i not a matter to be decided in a few days. The councfl has not decided upon what it will. J yet As soon as these matters take some tangible shape anti after the present building tta been disposed of we may decide upon something. It is exceedingly probable that much hi the building has been. condemned that. it will all be taken down and handsome building 'erected"in its plate. This building will also Very lftelybe a W hotel Tias Condition of tie-Building- p There are any number of cracks through cut th buU4IIIr. both inside andloutsidej It Is difficult to tellwhich cracks fbave beet since the fire The Brails near thenorth end on the front appear to be somewhat bulged out In the bckof the place occupied by' Jambsi pharmacy than It. crackwhjch Jacobs lays has penned slate th fire \ X crack i that appears toyjate beta jmadt r K cently. The cellintia anths offices lfalltog oa-m'larg Jec atftn4tl side Trails a ror itoT else Z M r SW-5. ts tjvt f S J S f t i KS i AtK i.-i kij rt y N A FAVOR1TEWITH ALL WHO KNEW HER X frr The 8 fuos of UM Young i V f i TC 4 3 li V T T 5A devillh deed jrMdone at daybreak yesterday. A beautiful' young girt wasta saultd by black brut Wjth. fiendish ferocity he grasped her fair throat tor her cloth- lng a wayand finally frightened by her creamingleft her' bruised u4 bleeding. Faint from the deco. strursle weakwith her" wounds and half frozen In the icy' winds ah made her way to the place of her work. Friends took. her to their care tar she was the favorite of all clothing was supplied and she was removed ion. mediately to her home. The alarm had been given and the news of the deed spread speedily about the whole locality. in a few minutes ZOO excited men were on the' spot. Searching parties were rianioed. The officer joined lo. Theyhunted until night but the brute had made good his escape and no clue to iii identity could be' obtained. It he had hoed caught it la probable that he would have paid the penalty with hi Ute. Miss Minnie ntum the victim U not quits eighteen years old. Sue la a girl unusually attractive because of liCe splen did character and sulking beauty. She lvea with her parents in a. UtUe white- house that lets beck in a grove at the corner/ Of McMillan and Marietta streets. There i no girt In the neighborhood more. popular. From childhood her innocent and guileless ways have drawn about her a host of young friends and the people have beta attracted by her charming man. ner anti all of them have interested themselves In her welfare. She is a devout member of the Barnett mission. the little church that stands not tar from her homo cod she is considered a model by the members of this church. Her attendance upon Sunday school has been so remarkable that a line gold medal had been voted to her. For lx years without missing a Sunday nc has made her way from her home to the church. and in all her other duties he was- equally as prompt. It was for this the medal had been voted her. It was. to De a surprise to her. Thursday evening the medal was given to a Whitehall street Jeweler to be engraved and the members of the church had planned for a meeting last night. at which time the young lady was to be presented with this emblem of their esteem. It was a sorrowful day for the members of the church when they heard of the assault. At the place of her work the Exposition cotton mills Miss Minturn Is regarded with more than respect. Among the 300 ernployes the is the acknowledged favorite. Her picturesque beauty andsprightly man. ners are a refreshing sight in that place of spindles and wheels. Among the rest of the girls she is mown a th queen. All the men In the mill also know her by that. name. liar Walk to the Mill. Miss Mlnturns work Is such that her presence is required at the mill very early In the morning. It is about holt a mile from her home to the factory and the neares way is down the railroad tracks which lead from the rear of her home dl- tot to the mills. It has teen customary for the father of the girl to company her on the early morning walk but on account of sickness he was unable to walk with her yesterday morning. At lint she hesitated whether to go but upon the advice of her mother. started over to the home of friend who also worked at the same place. They had gone before the young lady arrived and she was forced to go to her work alone. The Black Drat Appears. It was just after daybreak and Miss Min- turn hurried rapidly along In the chilling biting winds. Her breakfast basket was on her arm and as she walked down the track there was no feeling of fear or any hint at the danger which lurked so near. Boyd Baxter's. furniture factory was passed. The grim structure Of the Exposl. don mills loomed up. In the gray dawn. She had scarcely two hundred yards to go. when looking around she noticed the form of a man following some distance behind. At first she was not alarmed. but looking back again she noticed that he was a negro and that he had quickened his pare and was approaching nearer and nearer. Miss Wnturn began to walk faster. The negro also Increased hIS speed. Perceiving this site became thoroughly alarmed and started to run down the track. Like a hawk at Its prey. the fiend darted forward anti before the girl could realtze his In tenUous his ruthless fingers were about htr neck. and she was thrown with frightful force upon her face. He tightened his demon hold about her throat o that she was scarcely able to scream and began to strike her In the face. Struggling and screaming a best she could hi victim made determined resist- nee Frightened by Screaming. His grasp relaxed and the beganto scream loudly for tier father. Roping to scare hips away she began to scream louder calling Out to her father to come back. The man thought he heard some one coming and suddenly took fright Striking his helpless victim a stinging blow in the face he rushed quickly away and disappeared. going- in the direction of BeUw004. W. Mlnturn was IUtoely able to ' tterself to. the Exposition mills. Luckily some of her girl friends saw her coming and went out t see what the muter was. They took her in charge and pee her what clothing. was needful toprotect her almost frozen body from the cold. She remained in a small room at the mills for some time where she was tenderly cared. for. In the meantime the new of. the assault had reached the. other employee. They ten their work at once and stampeded to the- ecene. The' residents or the neighborhood had also heard ot tilt ccnrrenc and in a Short Urns the whole place was alive with excited men. They were determined to' locate the D Lad two of the number timed the young- girl for the. purpose of ins a description of her assailant. She told the men of how th negro walked Up behind and gave the details Of jil heinous attempt lie was dressed In a short-cut light overcoat with the collar turned up. A small black hat as pulled down overjils face so that It was impossible to discern his features. s With I this description.'the nun went out on theirsearch btItw of no even. It washoped that the uegzu could be Ini tempted In his flight and In the excitement the hour no one thought ot giving the information to polJJe headquarters. r. j after o'clock before the news of the crime this place. Sergeant Whit. left for the scene at oncevwith ev oral mounted officers1 It Was-hoped that dogs could be brought anti the man tracked dowjvlJut the Crowd la its excitementhad trampled the path. by which the 1 had. eicaped Th numtroua tracks about' the" place rendered' Jmposalble tot dogs' to carry the scentf t The jx Detectives I seen. at h rr a many pteee where tb on of ber collarbone had thought that his manner' was' queer- as. be. r got near t meiwai certain that he meant SonutMagwrongand thatU whyI started xw and- then he caught rwp with jme aid knocked me down. I- began' to" scream and U torjny father/ like h was Justin front' don't thinfcihatt- could recognIze nan" because be had ht hat pulled down over his face and his overcoat count was' turned up. He wa al wz atl rather ther was i alarmed Lovtrher condlUon and thought that the result would b more serious than appeared. She wa crying bitterly when the offlcersXwerethero and seemed almost in we arriyed late. said Detective Hoi. combthit thtr wa scarcely guy chance of getting onthe nani ter was not reported at police headquar. ten until some houriarter the assault This U to be regretted. Ba we could have. called the dogs to th place and perhaps. given the brute a lively chase. U was a most horrible- crime. Scarcely a rag otVdothlnr was i it t on the young lady's body aftervthef struggle When I pot to the place thtjclothlng. which i had. been torn from her we. catered over the place' and there were signs of a fierce en. counter. We worked until late an went through all that section of the Jtt but there was not a single clue to the direction the man took after he left the young lady. It was so early in the znqrnina that no one' except the' workmen was out. The county officers were also' notified and' an day long. searched In the neighborboot of plhuwood. YgtUrday afternoon Miss Minturn was' Buffering very much from prostrations Tie horrible crime created great excite meat in that locality and it the assailant is captured it is probahlo. that ht will tare Ill. THEY LIKE THE QVARTERS. Sir. W. B. Daltlwt cad Mr. C. U. Road- on Visit the Railroad Y. : C. A. Mr. W. R Baldwin. Jr. vice president and Mr. C. H. Hudson general manager of the Southern railroad paid a visit to the Railroad Young Men's Christian Association rooms yesterday morning and spent half an hour inspecting the new quartets and in conversation with Secretary Wag goner about the work. They both were' well pleased with the 0 mttrtable and cory rooms and with the progress being made. Mr. Baldwin Is es peclally Interested in whatever is for the comfort and betterment of hi men and believes the railroad department is well adapted to that end. He Is riving generous support to the work and It Is probable that a number of points will be opened on the Southern system In the near future for the prosecution of association work. Tomorrow afternoon at lb o'clock the usual gospel service for men will be held at the rooms to which all men are invited. There Is a growing Interest in this part of the work and no better place can be found to spend hour than at this service. DIED OF PARALYSIS. Mrs. A. E. Smith Died at the Home of Her Son Lat sight. Mrs. A. E. Smith died at 8:30. o'clock last night at the home of her stn Mr. C. A. Smith ii Auburn avenue. of paralysis. Mrs. Smith has been an invalid almost for eight years and her oondJUctI1 grew much worse night before last. It continued worse until last night when she died. lira. Smith was a lady lovely in cnartter and was the idol of her children. She was the wife or Mr. J. W. Smith. SheJWt lour children Mr. C. A. Smith wtufcte with. Jacobs's pharmacy Mr. W. M. Smith pf Dallas Vex. Mrs. W. C. Mctendon and Miss tlmltn or this city. The funeral arrangements will be made today. A stately leader In the procession of American food products is Dr. Prices Cream flaking Powder. Holiday Rate. Western and Atlantic railroad will sell tickets to all points within a radius of 300 miles at reuuced rates on account of the holidays. Tickets to be sold on De- tnber 3th 30th lIst and January lot extreme limit January 3 1895. Call on C. Ii. Walker ticket agent Union depot. or R. D Mann. ticket agent No. 4 Kimball house. CHARLES E. HARMAN. General Passenger Agent. decii-4t SOMETHING NEW. People Who Day Coal Can Appreciate the Same. Mr. George P. Howard. the well-known coal dealer. has now on hand a yard full of Kentucky Jelllco coal this is a new coal on the market comparatively so but there Is none on the market that Is give lag greater satisfaction-no no clinkers. no dust and burns entirely to ashes. Tls quite a hard matter of late to get a coal that givtb entire satisfaction. but Yr Howard dues not hesitate to recommend the Kentucky Jellico and for the remainder of the season he will dispose of it in any quantity at greatly reduced rates and of course the people of Atlanta will appreciate the fact that they can buy a coal of merit at a reduction. His yard is on Decatur street and the uptown office at 43 Edgewood avenue. Sadden Changes of Weather Cause throat diseases. There is no more effectual remedy for coughs colds etc. than. Browns Bronchial Troches. Sold only in boxes. Price 3 cent KeU. I/ Moore' Temporary headquarters at Marietta' street. doc it f K5vi3 S5S s- 81 lareWan . Wao Had described ii the ieratitt1deof f pampered . Like 4 many another amart saying. this will not bear ln4plU UMct Jrtomach thai are not paznpered particularly la th winter when people must1 live Indoors and unless they b very w U to do. cannot h T f the tame variety iof resalfoodv asi tnt the sunmtr and autumn r- S V- 1 insist 1 ald ey- sy chant. that itdyspepsU. hr lt- < stages U perfectly curable I willtakB his word. Personally liTan n Tt ks VA at I feel a sense of weight to thetomacfc' slier ineaJTU7kttOWthatiniy Woodti crawling when It should un4wnatl need. iara wanethin t put my body in such a general j jr But fcimafiirmfi oon4lSont cant u mar t enough outdoor-exercise In winters There. ft orejl fight the ar t sign of oma h tro i ble witb/pWs Pure' Malt ' ' U1B vlfJUrv UUUJT JPJ I M v , family doctor jokes with me. about. It nd ay U long is 1 stick this. .treatment he- can3uev r haveiany excuse rf or to6fclntelligentta blind themselves to facts. They have long knWD the value of' alcoholic stlmularrt. but to get an C absolutely pure i whisky cwai a tough problem until it Wi solved by Dot. Irs Pure Malt. It is not sold as a. beverage but Its claim to public support is based upon It medldaal properties. which are possess. ed' by no- other whisky made. It defends from the conseVenctI of. cold wet and weariness. J Druggists and grocers keep Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky on a. lower shelf well in front. The reason why must be plain to ; T B. BEACH. Secretary and Treazuier. J O BEACH. O WINOATE. Vice PzesldentSy. THE in Phone 10 CII tractors of Plumbing. Steam anti Oi lilting a Loyd Strut Atlanta. Oa. Eft BOWES. Southern Medical Dispensary Rooms SOT and SOS Norcrosi New Block a S Marietta Street. Chronic Nervous Blood and Skin Diseases. NERVOUS Qeecy low of memory. effect of bad habiti confusion of ideal safely and permanently cared. r TflAf\ i \7 n O IT I W d eaiei typhilU rJLUUD AND SKIN Mdairofitiwr- ribie rnul totsly eradicated. UK r blotches lore or ulcerated throat and mouth icroluis err- lpelaA permanently cured wfaen otlienhavt tailed. rfDlAT A DV kidney sad bladder troubles UlvlriAlVl frequent Id burning urne Jouorrb gl t urinary tediuiets eltlttl etc. quickly cured. cent Junnatlte eMi cured without ln tni- menu organic strictures must be cured at till Dtspenswy. 17 I TiinAfTDT P cured by inn YAKlUUl/hLh r i n No cutting. No bleeding. ilmtbecuteU ttli Dispensary. Years of experiencewlth personal care and attention given to every cue. AU cues benefited. the majority of all cues permanently cured. No experiments. Question lists for male and female for ic tamp Book for men for 4 cents in stamps. Medicine sent In plain package. by express. AU correspondence 1 strictly confidential. Ad. dress. DR. W. W. BOWES : 2 Marietta St. Atlanta Os. d to 13 a. in. 2 to 7 p. in. Sunday S to U a. In. Fresh Arrivals A large assortment of Kennedy's Biscuits Including Wlnderaere Saratoga Chips Saltlne Salt Ln feIlOTv Thin Water etc. Al. Bents Water. Crackers. All fresh crisp natty and dellclo a. THE O. UAHPEB GROCERY CO 890 and :92 Peachtree St. tko. SP& THEY GO. Prices are not at all in the way. No matter to you how much we Jose come and get them. If you were allowed to make your own price it would be more than we aye priced our entire Cloak stock. Ladies' finest Coats and Jackets that were io to 15 d Jackets tha were to 8. wool hewstyli Jacketthlfwerejit f sf1- .v r iri iT itJav 4kvTH tlllV To wVto fri a rtWtp rs t th p trWgebeitowedWjusinthis 14 B Vh r-iais i Vs& JJ IT. t J o far pi o K- Comblnfd with polltejhotie t treatoeJit and JZ lJtt 3 Qi January That yottfwUlicome t tMcoficIusionthati a SiKS 1t ISM was a good year aftef attg igS i/ l The Peoples Popular Matinee Today and Tonight Engagement of KATIE EMMETT Supported by her meritorious company in the romantic Irish drama. KILLARNEY NEW AND ELABORATE SCENElir. Hear Katie Emmett. sing her new songs. Usual prices. 3 cents to' ft Seta at Grand box once. dee wed Monday and Tuesday Evenings December Ret and January 1st. SPECIAL NEW' YEARS MATINEE. The Popular Comedian Alba Iieywod supported by an excellent company pre tenting"Edgewood Folks" AND Downinlnjianiiy1 Great Double ComMy Bllll Uiual prices 2S cents ton matinee 28 to 75 cent Seatsat Grand bOxMHpe. One week commencing Monday. .December th. MATINEE EVERY DAY RETURN OP THE LITTLE FAVORITE. MABEL PAIGE New Specialties Superb Ringing arid Dancing. AU kinds of fun. Saturday Matinee L B lle Uar n rit Satardar" Night-Little Ml Jll chlet Night price 10. and 30 cents. Matinee' prices children 10 cents adults > cent Seats at Beermans MY ASSORTMENT OF NEW YEARS AND Holiday Novelties I In Gold and Silver Is too extensive to enumerate but an inspection of my stock will repay you NO TRQUBLBto show CHast JEWELER. ianif The ld t Un lena-grInders thestate. s Retail salesroom 4 Marietta tr . oppo- ait t' u f M n F s o V i s Mlfv Tr--/ lAlilif AVb eKewrilUr y i v i .f- v A 5 A 6 cafttb oni 8 Ustt M yf ar 3TS w O M i j- 51. oTeYC XBaltt-ibA iffid rwear furatf Uha itr U Eyery b3dy goes there f1 flUJ. BROTHERS. Ctffl and mining engineers. I Gate Clbr bank building. Atlanta Surveys of. all kinds. Special attenUoa mw VJS urrils and jalyajy Charles A Bead. v T Palmer v a PALMER READ at Equitable Building.'Atlanta. Ga. R. 1' Dor eT. P. H. Brewtter AlbertHeweU. DORSET BREWSTER IIOWELIe 11 I. 4. 8 and t Low building reet. Telephone 620. PRESTON A SMITH Attorneys at law 10 Mulberry street Ga. Any matters entrusted to our care whether in or out of the city of Macon wilt receive prompt and careful at tlDtion Catarrli Vlciratlons scrofnla. ecxemaT carbuncle felons and. all spoclflo and chronio blood and kin. disease cured by advance treatments. DR. THOMPSON Specialist Stf Whitehall Street. Consultation free. Hours tOU t6 JO. RATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Lilaita tia. ltiisbiisbed 1974 Treat nub Feet. Dtseasei of the Spine. TUP foints Paralyoia PU Fitula Femal and privat diseases hernia RUeamatlsauUrin ej Organstc tc- H P 11 i rn tmed ciTcular. HORSES AND MULES I have Ira hundred horses and mules at my stables. and am receiving. , regular every few days and for. the next few days will-receive heavy. shipments consigned to roe to- be sold on this market. At. auction. and private for. what they will bring. Auc. Cornef Mitchell had Madison Streets. A Very Choice Residence Lot On North Avenue. Near Vert. Ptachtrpe Street At Commissioner' sale at Courthomer y 1895 a. in. Tuesday at 11 oclo The lot adjoins Mrs. Pountanes rfonts 100 feet anti ISO feet deep to an alley. Look' at property before day of sale. Few such lot to be had' blgsign on' the lot Terms one-half cash balance twelve months per cent C. H NDR IX Commissioner. Xecembrl to Jaol 3rfv-- pW- Eevict acc ft d a buiinessioff f6iithe city ofKewriYprkuJtvhavedetermined to sell my homeKo7wr eaclitreestreet in T Je lot front R feet n Peach tree sire t cad run back. 7t feet to a foot street' For 0 feet back the lot I ii feet wide end the rearIX feet Is feet.wlde/ U 1 consiclets : having every eon. venlence cluck on January disttine to Inspect the house .lta.- yiew of purchasing tfeiock and U Velock Any and p do o between 1 before th sal 4. of sale the balance latequal annual payments in- coo. two and three yaar with IntereIt at per cent. T fte piarca ej Yeposeae witti. i ten days Jrom th date of sale. SWLW GMDESCOS Seal Estate on jLe retfcbetweea West End ve. aed e uf ) ace. foraSreackir- WUITBUALL 8t 7 dwelling la good , watts lot- : rented two " 8T Knr- rooia watersaU e y improvenwnu ; thre nartnr mile f IfronttogiMls feet _ road room ; Q fwittiw rnowrbearlae feas r 5abe t L t t ai aw' Refal t and Loans Age t1 28 Peachttee StMMtt 16000 boys u tory brick on one of th boil Tlece of central property oi X Hfc Nr syth street that will advance 50 fer ent in the next three years. rnt 13503 buys lot LixilO on Whitebait Stfeet Lot lies welt and i beautifully shadedVJUe tenable term u J53 buys cottage on loitferJtt . . tol avenue. S7W cash buys comer lot EOxM oa " H a room home and loTloallO in rear i on ttamphrie street. Owner r ti two years ego. v WOW buys lot 6CxlM on Pryr street MM Buena. Vista avenue. This i . 2001 buys room. room end rois 1 on lot texiPi to alley on Davis i tl6u cash buys lot WxlTS t on Washington street near residence. This lot 200 I s than i in th ch byy rner Miillan street. This is CO per front toot for lots cane near West Ptachtreestie 7500 buys room house. all modern vtnlences corner lot Mxlifl onCl avenue. Very easy terms. 43000 buy. room house all lot lxhJ11 alley os ld on Crew street 1 ssein Easy payments. t1 Money t loan. _ ISAAC UKBMAN. 28 Peaehtreo atfeefc si KIRKWOODf S Homes on Inst VUi take Atlanta Suburban py stock or ctty-.progtKfc or imprpvtd lots in this lovely dOUT KtRKOOD M 1154 East AUba ft ANSLEY Real Estate and. 5 acres room house large brfl aiJrtSi 4 front city limits. northtastjiriniaO near railroad for . worttf PEACHTRKE LOT corner to feet. front. offered At a lower pear junction of Pechtrse 4- wlB iutful Boulevard l t BeavJU eai' flfn t1Acre nd cath elee lfl Decatur nice branch. terms . WANTEU-IO acres land o ft U. T. V and Ga. or O. . aadM IBK well wopded. wlthla 4t f A lantaf must b cheap. i Per acre for 400 acres I mflef OM a shed ISO acres river bottom. c Offlee U E. Alabama treeii . . J B. Robs Reaf Estate 45 Marietta S brand new home onents 4. t S ldcllwOOi 1 Per tncnth iV 7 r. and : acre CUrkJtoa Oaf exchange- for cityprop . 1 Windsor street monthJtI tnpnts i 6 Georgia avenue. monOityf 1 r menu . North' avenue want offer 8xlS9c rner lot Forert a- S street 1 block ySKSO Capitol avenue- struts. Some good rent-paying property f BMP. 13 North Broad wiU buy ftooM hist street near Grant p rkJf with. bash and taPle tes cast balance = s r C" A CI O 1HBO COUNCIL I' l' f il O liSl1U njluspeettn wm iQ l TOA OMMITTEE' 1 , f f Yi er ' At' OOD UoUD' ICWU1' al" I G uUu/th. t tt & ttorlt est undertoo1toftndout 0101 bu uch IC l beandd ed rt er the tearlnl4on structuret a t . It clt I d d&1 lnspe tors ocl ck. thelut 1 t l Y l hthe L mrnlnrIt o th e to a. 1 eni1n er e. tf a Ye5t fdAY tteruamlu1D5 JI I ? f t inpeCt xcoptas e : Qdo , mettin tb r < rt nor bt1 1 the probably the csfroaymOl1ng tors ay thelnspectolJ tilt m mbers Ga r. I nd t t e b st th e. thougbt rv I ts r. II r. io. d e weaJt rtht sp i r. I bp11d1ng1Uld was I aathe w Jill lIllun ! r aflr One thetenanta were' as Redldnt J Ii" bul1d1n come. Rd rred n Ho. 1i WI tlonH edthat Stateof Affairs So. tbjtIe purcbaseof. hnlt t oll medi nes. p 9 c riso. a to1dttiatthe cettanl1ont lbib sf reas n wb ro sur f ' me hclne. ris1 ny many L fetMedicines whtclt pAnth outh b thcpla r-5i nmonstj r Re to. r p bY I i. n j. th . ry pa 1f ag Have ho hlngJol \\21 a 1 e Yd 1 VhQ would persuadeyou. t hd YriJ ; 1Vii it tlOn un rd pt1i s J s as good. ILInottni l of i t f1 Jft t fV - o. tK :4. i : S \ 4 i & y 11 1 x ot 111 i 1 t1 t1 city en erIAd Sth. r att e uneate4that the1llneeta oc1OCkat 1dcapltoln4 : 1 tori thtzUtlyel 141e h 4 0tt OWW to lbs lttC01m 1tr19 :1 1 A aoonIth co n 1tm : uc ve1J thtteomm1. ttet . telfeD tJtot--.th ti VeDabiebUlldln& and aU through It AnreuzD1n was'.made oferilTzplrt otth u1lI \ UC ptthbaaementT1a : theJnfPU' te4 tQ 11bQ se Y w \ D JcoelOckJI1Unr wucaUedj thm t1ou1ltate & 111o1Jructere H1fachanCoIV1noCaptln cttreDIIneer Co lItantclt7 att J er eIttheboudobuD4tntln I JDlleJrwho eumll1tdtbelIu1l llrYena A. c tliewcll chltectw1i l IntC Inel nIeme Un wqi rea1 ea over Tla I. Siuldac. Arthiiea Bruce conov r n thatUlei ltQuUnnand we ! 8 nrer ui and t ih d1srt ttmtiTH 1 L Dll f'- CODtrQtor Jo be b , t at 1S nd1D1 e- Re JaIua Agvea t buUI11 Inspectonwlth It. ' r om- ma h w Ues t lll j a1 bouaed gngtneer. retary. aa or bef re ieep1ngthere doo r LE.- V G R nte. Is de ertPd T becan w ona ba itore to- 8000. nt pap ove ed' o w14I 500 th Ilh n decideltet upon some k cen I Obof Thb toU e < 1h000dkno" ltarin I bed ne boutDOUi rWnd. 1nf we. tth. um..to Is n . ur clded:1I1 1tie ' declde4.\1POn hat DI e J4. th a. I mlttA1IWlh po atterthl r twn :1W otW znadlcJdt iome d d. f thbundIZIC Wbeen ltl1Iau : ll. dOndd b ! omtb t 4 iD1ti buUdIriwm tIoverr 11k be the. J t. F r. T outth JnsJdadr.oUtatdej T1t l41JBcu1 to WhlCI1 ve' been Th'-11srlte&r th 1iorthl djiD uitob e. it utf1I1 t th plabtOeC1Ip1e4 bJiJatobt , 7 tabttkt1fJChDt l hU k Sn ii1 r U 111iItoeWpi . d & 1 k. - : 1- i 4'1 ; I' J t S- . W i1 < f t rtt t.e. jJJ f 77. ' D" KY Iir i U r DBBD 1 5 : f YR6II WIr. YiHQi E IWi . t b. JuUid wr1 i , Cui 14Ja dt i b t tiitii i J ! ene4 acr amtnclnher b1e dbil trWt iSler tfuI1r kWt un4lan4 i. tIoliJ an lt h l1 i7tothei1 he 1e' 1cth ho- torlht 011. IUPpU herhomeTbe1arm 1WI tiedeed IPftad th : OI' 1n f wmlnut se1t dm w r' I s t e 1. m en bie4b They Unti4u i t. th utoblj 14entltiCOUII1 b D h his nlo 1 n Ipl beaut thher th ta croveat let' is no more yo be n fare. stananot b lIee Ix nc he oth r d Uelt ht pr nted th and' Ipr111Uy ne as > th I I 1 fact ry I fr m custOl 1ary bewal walkwtth he I I f tory wh n sh I ed. th In- mon h r so S \ llnr as his mad d Taeprelued andh began to lou ly b h ' ta 1 cotnc1n other to JD tt t cloth1ngwu to. prot t Bbreznatned lnaamal11OOmat forsome t1 e f thtaM lt emptorThey workatonceu4 a tJs healdOf occian1D e whole"pl&e ewaaa11Tewlth wele4eteimh1 d 1 rfofn4 t1rOef Du ber 7ouuglirt purpoiot ofh ruaa11ant th thtneirO' ehindand pve thf4etan1 Willi Udtted 1na' ahoit " TeleoatwWa ou. . rDe41tPo IIU11' b1CkJtt ver iJJJa i o tha\Jt..aalmpOlsF c"e t d1lcemhIJ . WlUfthta tJIf ntf l1 t' D t Jh. tI tat1iiI. r bO/ , .1\ hoped Ultthtnesiv tou14bt WTup d h1s1llhta Uiucltement j of ehb Q th .f.- thi 1 in- to. Po1Jebt qurten iil It f r1 OClfJCk ibe C. tJa. 1 1" ereache4. ths roat iqtorth1CtDI t Ua see- II moUDtfl411IIcm. i1wu\ hoped dftbf d riCoUld Url ln th nalltlacked I Z40 ttJI trotF4UPUUctt Ddt bad' p1ecS' Ovtr. the PUatItj-hJCh. h4ecpe 1N iI1U1n OUJ i p e lt tr 4oit' t 11 f rep0rtt4u\ r..r thD' I .r - i j r. r l. rr jM ri. " ( from mmereiW01 lIl8OQ11eJ1n n4bt taeibiulaedJ1 y Iie b rf' M41mactlL ti1eU 4. that' i ihOUlhrthat IJmanne w4ueer. ili I kePt. an4 t r VIItI13e COtDeUtC lIIel certain i mt. 1. to 11 4. Jh t W. t. tart e r toJWLu 1 , b puto , 1' Uel caJtf t ' t therJI wu jost i t e # tii' 1I11D Jijhd IltajhatpUlJedc1on oy raeaitn4 htaoT at. 7COUatWU l ed 1 ' d. r tbn' atoIIt 4- ai Th..Jo\m Ja .i ' w y fi u b 4 tOJtr hecon4tUos iUtthe erloUsthan a di w J1 th JdferJ j t r lcI vet UvHol comb lUYd1a t' 1f 0 man' track TI1tJI1t ter11 repo < tt OU L Ol1I & rthe r di lwcCOul4 h v doga toth : br te. Uye1ychaMt" ua mos\ih rrlbJa' rlm elt of' clothing loft onth& aCterth toth placerUi dothtnrwht ht tomro btltnl cLteredoy rthe' therweraalD1 ottier WOrked ltend Went thUaection J but' ot tbedtrectton mantoo tterhtleft he uI g : 8 them rn1nrthatno a oftlierswere > 1' da110 arch dlnthe' n ld orh00t1 wood. Y Yattmoun uff rlDg v r1nu1 J1 excite. ndif pr bab dMC son IIC > gen ral Chr1 tlan mlrnl g ea- com tort hllmens.ndbe- this. O d1edat II > unUlllUI dl I childr n. SbeWaa the. Sh tt c ldren. wM Smith.'of Itat ly proce slon c th. on. D. ; p eg nt. c29-4t SO EW. Coal th 10. I gl wa nt y n lft ta tOto C emern I s ason an f t avenue I Th ere Sa more. e. I cents. oore' lemp ' 40. r e. J mtiJi Itre tlWJaO j taa I10th smartA71 1IthIawIl1JIOl nfJBIc4.t thatateJ10 e' ' m mUttUYe unleutbe7 be yerJwUtD40cannot base i the- e' ' o ftdf er hn U. a i urttl d staUperfec07 cUrab1elW11ttb PeJJ011al1Tt1W1AO risks. S'- uIUe1a aenHOfweiPl the. stomach' iaftel ameal I know that mJ' blood if. J t Y f e11ft . n1t rblewtth Pure. WhlIU Otn' tamUrdoctOJ alloutltian4 says I 1St1 to : i ; BFJ111i are ltooIDte ttt D4 tCtaTh hlvelo1t thevalu. ale hoUc Jltlm t ? was ' it ot' e e i. It. ubllClU port tsbUed Sits eewh1ehre otherwhlak7. mdIt: uenct. co et' MaltWhlsklo hlfwellln 1' reason1IhTmustb ev bodT. C a WBJUCa- s cNtiTiD4 310 Vl t THfATUITA PL1JM ftG' tOMrAHf 101 Bt m Oi. II. LclJ4S o DR. WW80WES. BloekI 1. NE VOUS debility 5 satninal losses ins- paired vital energy 4e : lICY 011 Ulalel7 perrnanentijcure& RLO D r& tllle eradlC d. U wbtnothenhv URINARY urnf. a Iott- Jt J e k JYCIY\\ Dlapenl ry. I llpttOD. II lines lie cured aUh. experience. with iven is y ttoULm. arat sa S ltlue. Leasfellew Cr 4ellclo. i J. co1 pea tre r Pricesare no a t e No lose-come gttthemIf y u w t yo r wD pri ifwoutd b tbanwe' a r cntireCf akstoek. 4diesff. e t ats i idJacketst Vcie i5t. c' J H A1e4 98' loW' I iest. 1 wQ9kwellni de Coats and J a kelsjiJ v rcf5 J Ss i' 7 :2'.o' .J'v'J i' 1re398DOW I. a Z Mnm GtB I i8 fl t. r ri"-1'o ifr i f' itt. r r. it l fii jt F ? i Qfltt : l dl l t 11111 i REtIIBEj iHlNfjfs' r tli a fJlhBOTIOMeRICES . Iff' Wi are taktDi' at itht e an 1 n. 1 1 hijSistibly Lowi eii i iOI I4O j 18Mw. U Jf Btaf J B fy < EISBm8t5 E l . p I' I1 tt l tr et I' i xq I I I I I I i I TIlE GRAND. I I I I KA TIE KILL ARNEY" N ELABORATE. SCENJtfir stngh rn Il ataran EveDtncDecember l1lt Januarylat. lIA TINEE r t d com r F lks ND' Down I oj ia l G at I. UIU. al prices matln. e3 5 Seata at. ran b x t. MQ ft berlin. EYERYDAY. F vo tT 1 Superbalnn MattaeLaDellellArprhe LUtie mehJei ' it nee' cent& AND ndSUver too' erlerislvet n' Inspe tOl1 :01 iny Wtlftep81 oui. ; o' Qba W 6ra k tigt JEWE t and :9'VI f b I 11iStr L j r' q i irt1. kE JMfJI' n jREg 1 l f5 1IiAlI A3 EAStili WIllr 5F ! J r rit. fnnn. I4f rJtfi s 3t. liR nAlllltt l ! - I1 .i. rll" . ; fftZ : 3.'V l1tf" Yo. . Jijrrl ifJ i t - 1F" t i t. r o 1. > i ; it aQnuloi : 1 pJi V d' AlTOltNEY CI ri4 G tCI Ulld1nrcAtlanta Glk S al' uenUQJ1r1ynto mID 11 ' Jul13 17 HOu J17w. rCharle & i ' Bul1d1 At1antad LJ" o PHBrmt A1b nHwel1. JOMJrma o om S:1. andi L wi buI W1lttb1 Te e . ' tlJ & i : U Wh. erfmor thelt 1I1UreeJYt pand v. ' 0. U cra . ciOt e zema b l c 1s aAh11 ' . bl umbT dvanCEe ents. J3 1te allSt t2i COnsulta on tr nO :1 3 v d J E RBEBAND myltabln IYtrJC fewdaYI will 7 receive Jt01 rwhat theywUl b lion testy T M tTC CotDt1Otcl1111 Streett. Vey hoiceRe i rr t t orth farweliiP I S , t' a1e kat. J Tue daYjJanry fJ l 9 t atllo l OJtf a f. to' e t Kri 8 rl J tS fe OOCeet alleyLoor pro blfortldaToflaIe Fewauch b - lot.'Terms.- one CUh\ . tw. 1D0nthllt. r i J. cSENDRIX c1 X Clm D\- k i t' H r88011 ree. ome , Oir i ic' - FOR SALE. e. mvtit Sit ub the et rof N kiI ! determined I U. Y e ej etIG ; :1t. Sia. f t' P Peachtree street met bWtl7luto : i au UIi ft W1de laa. co et6hC2 ha nlt ; itf a Zi alU 0 onJanUl7lh fi An7 perfODdtMrlnCb IllIJeCttUhouse 4. 1eiOfillUrd1uJi n& e&11' beteeli1DdeJoClI uoe ottre nJi the. tJceUequaJ & 7menU1n j In UJlhOInth dteot Th e t 11. : ut Pf1ueu otPutnI au ; ETB CASTLEHAN. 1 : SIM' iW GOO Et& iS ll Ll J1. j DLHt b between W tJS 4Ye. : Oteeuferi for eadr I lHl 7 41 repair i : f ii two-story roof. baldfoiHJlal i. an4:1"&terijfd.eJtj oY ntt i 111- f1. IotMra pelts . ACRltIRUITYAUI In th erat1D e8trom. rt' V fronting , feet1 tln arooIIouct oeo fruit" beIZ1uL W DOWaZei ioe aM. : Jelr f J rkAtltaf J1tt 1IIII' t" MT. ftj 1. - rc -Jr it. ; w. . . ' . . r. t r T il I. ffiAA IJl Ntr iRJi L Estate ie t lrt - \ 1 t ch iS l6QOObU7a.torTbrtck 1 .2l1- Xlii-.olloue tile 1fJJt. l le e f traiP rt1 lN . I."S thltreettha WW adYance IOMi 1 Whi I. w 1 lIJJ haII baautiullhade& ecI- I terms ' 4. c t :5 buncotta ODollldll o i'jO' la : o S i TtI OnllQm l1 IItreerpwuer I. o 11 go. e nOOObuys lotfiOxlShnPryort daeu I. 5ox toUeonDa1lItrMt.J iI1Mcub burlotwn1ito1Oh i' WalhiDrtJntnetDer Mr. rtsldel lhil J t ; uUI :1 io if street1his ' sO tronrtoottor lota' i1 IlUrWelt r' room al12DG4erD lot.- avenneVery1U1term t OOO buyl roomhOUM t side Cre etrHtl1Wll Jof J I : h jk 7 R l N. ; 111 Jyy tg 1 1 9 ocJtor tlrimPf Vlct1ot1. IiYlI7.j- i UTBKtR IWQ ; J I1 EutA 1 I c c f AN strEY BFfOi1r. r ReaVEst tean i 658creitrOOmh UH ' rLe cromcttTlliIltsI1OfWllt 4t I' nearraHr .d. om 1' JEAC11TREELOleornf1Ot 0fendat1o1t any- on the street. 00' ' . OOUor bnutrt. ul1iOtItt. 4 DecatUtDtC braJ1. l. yFi . TEvr c B T Van4 O OtG laM ' r a4. el1wQPdedwUhlJiJt da tt : e f .bed..150 arnrtverbottofll if omcen it B RQb' n ReaL M & sfiE i tf B nwood fit pu. mCnthi 7rr. acres. ClarkieooOfj ' uchanletordtr 1fr . i l ' avenue1Int H 48 eQrner1otForelta lorf tlDltli 1 tt i Io . Ci i i Ar\ TP8. H t ReatEst t a a\ iti 5L t1 k l1 Streetll9riOraat rkJ 1Dt. n4 ; Jtomm" IJIe4 tatni :1or'11"r'leatf. arA rl. 0 . l - . < k""E' Incu1u. U tbIrtY t 16mtt ; Ihar. JJleaM for tf1 r : unanLWtJI eXchAp ; tJi' :1 lt 11i : J Wate14UJ4. ce aff IL"90 cash ted KoSEY r 1cL t r f7 ' iift Gi" IUL1i J J' . 1 4l ll tf i'i 1 i , iA Li1 17 1\ 1" i O ; J ; w If r . Y t .u..t. li at J- fttt1l. t liYl la' If I J u' f Ft r" i' z ake ILBINS hing. than New alty. T CO. GA. Cskjsp tQ6O a. a e. p. iioirn. CIAA ftDSO rox. 1&O ep3O DGBS. ash in orYPINo tc. of A. a h e line Qt 2. tI t C f Ct 0 1 t re 3fl ttve 43) 11 th v 1h an plare. the C I a rnr o d. e he3t f a M V rib eat iili t ye o org1a t ert eby res. ny tsfy ta el poecesslon I Ia O 0 e ka ty p1 S tOwlt-sltuate ty. ng twbnty h. 0 In1 4 11 cc rot pen C superior 5. tel- J land lot aide west. undry eighty-- 0th e fligdon jtreet Slice forty being lot-I I5) in the njimber 11) I we fronUnj and one feeton3LIZOl hi itretj C VeSt rightsinem apper 1 Lried f 1kt lzfyafi. fa-.liaued Atlgiit th me Insurance tm- bait Serter Prop- I r q S g ore. e o a Mf bktb I1 BACK TOT11E tkBnIlIug Bzti1ae& TO ACOOMMITTEE bere or the flivetoPass cult. cut wa en as 1' 1 U' Qyteatth 7qstst xeTl report tl theboard S boa engineer : ! b e th e nSr etoro VCT cit \ c gIneer S E S V. 1 lth was Udlng bat t1on. He lnoedthat theSouth of CQfls0a anyharm. thebet' whyyou togct a& up in the Southtob of Livdi put up by JH ZeLlin& Red Zon every pack nothhg to dowith ati orany d l rthbo ld persuade you nj Oiit& underdifferent namejaic just Its not truet e' l c 4 i s. l j ei tPit1 I c 5 tQ a committee cI the boR& at firsmuters the b d. of bflldlng lnsvetiiors the poue5commlttee the engineer and the cIty attorney HeIlsotsuggestedthat they meet atZ. theold capitol tot' tI be reportcd city. oouucilsi 1Q o'clock In ths morning. f. was cviyhIt Aiioonai thcounc11 meeting was oeer' to- bnildthgand went all IL the KImball hQoae.t..5.- When the 2. clock ineellng te stat Thrschana Colvin attorn y Ogietree. b buI1din. sn cBruce ar- book5tinIe tsUowel1 agre4. Butits foun atlon. o couldaeE" 01 afl. na t. re- jl we w. w. C andJacoba th ta ha to IP. 1e4 yestertay. I amei t1Col11ns w ae I In weiiivent a eoiin fl do 5 tskegOme tat ilnc so e Hkeli ibig t C Theieare t the ami outaIde leT Craekshave drL5Tbewa1ls thenorth-endon trentappear iomewhatbulged te hi iss DrJeotesiyg k. the xn Ibebs1loflth4beecnjdoorlaj big appeiatoas piade no- eenUyTbeoaWnIxL r otaoW shr o t .z A B4fltIth TouDg Lady ittiii by a C Dipmtsgre 5. AFAVORITE WITHALLYl6KNEW HER c 5. Sirsania Lsdj rnIh c flstI lb. rnte Aws sid U. DIi C appeared In Ii. i z- Wasuuultm4 a ferocl ii graspedheg tOrebr frightened screaming lift sniA weak with PinCSof th p tics bO 9ffidel3 buntsd 1 vea jth Sc f sh i ar- anc se oely tbdrag se news. an wered the cu was ' tha descrIptIon th. on thitth In of n ofgivlng tdpoiCe c after : reached Once- with was man exeltamsat' b3ch bat eecapeThe himieroustracks to scent- 5 j osagLs4a tOryz tecU Rolconibs nd JBOd1Qr shs. reponted- st the 1 etEr 7 tW3G thOO5147Md I stc'v ttrr- e' e q0 l Itvere wounds on and her' fate was bruised lnany litiesawbere the n gid bed : bert1t " on. ofher collag borleS been broksn. i saw tbeman when he flnatdame cot the railroad she. Caid to theomcera and walking faatcr piidtater When he to ate I . that is why I to gun. As soon as I an tie began to run too andthen up me I t fursolfather he in of inc sad that made' him leave. Ill the m& hIs I a low' man stout. I' Tbe young ladyznotber very flinch I alarmed S resultwould be was olflcena were tbeTand utbad e atnte-athe gid5 5' sai4Detctive man. The" mat- to hours after' the glveothe after- the ths clothing scateredoverthe and cL the Out. cieat flaidw MrsC hia i thispart 8il0oclock S flerchiidren Y. madetoaay. Rates. Si' . NE' yardis S o i g IhrewJieat a. eekaatWke LoaruetWktWs Good for H1-- Indigeetlon has ten hi S of a art' analysis. Indigestion stomachs' that PeiflPet weli thestinevanietyof uiiithe If anybody Insiatssaid a busy' mer. Its advanced will & Tim no As a. meal. thatmlblood is run. What I Is a to' glow as follows brisk cx- ercise. I a man hi my cant take' enough outdoor exTCi5t fore I tb first etomech troc. puffy . that as I tlck can never have any 1ot sending sue a. bill. lbyelclanearetOO intelligent' to hve I i inustbe every- y. S W.- BEACH. z. A 0 P1OMllIN CoIrctOr' W. W an 1rinv u deepen. bte Ulcers 0 cnredwhenothersbaVC U 1) TV nii aii i gicet EJRETHJtAL STRIGTURF Isd format cc j ITIDT PT I tilt ALIIi Nocutting 5l the I WaterCrackers CO have Finest io Are 98now Ladies' wool well made thatwere 5 Are 39 ow Ladies all wool new style Jackets thttrc 3 98 to 8 a I Are 98now SLCIAL 3 C t C t Thui is the season when we clei ut li broken lots and is an er cephonal time for inartbuymg t I i GALPIIJN Z' e' a oi 3j8a d 240 tIARIJ3TTA Street e our Insay friends andcustosner tar paaie oOi3 wflibe talfediband yeaiuosn7ier' esmpinL ATDQ1 MPRES- CombiutdwitlijOiitshonesttreatmentsaC utedatbus1nee5 meth ds IiaPIweCIat. Wtretaklngstock this ecktkee' ngootnQicgs iiicis inutte lcwedby I lit1 UIou n SH i palr. of Paitsaio Qvircoet or a good suitse now anc we will quote you ruch ric s'- you will come to tis cocliieioi iliad' goodyear after EISE1AWEjL Ootdttes--- WhitehaIIStIt I 1. an iiilnj ianilr tolicentSeatsat box PAVOB1T tatinee-Lmfleiie hereunto Satarda" hiss hIlseblet Ii repayyou. TROIJBLS to goods. tias. L- Graksd I. 1 9 W. AIama Streel wri iia Q i1innor SCIENTIFIC flLILIW MUUUIIOPflofANS. oldest In the statS. street. slte toMcs. STQRE 6 d58M rietStreet hain a been. DAMA3ED BY PIR We have nioved o 4' ot cston2aru.ug R1DP I t' t 1 I w a I e e. I I I C 5c It e" 5. 1. I C' ii 5. (1t.'L t i" tS1 O5S' 1 S 53t o- C V. V1 5 1- I i r z i es 5. z' 1Is et t 5. t. 5. t gr-.c t3l v a C p i l c I I 44J ci0fta i nlsbito a POVE3SIOSAL ATZOflNEYATLAW EquitabIeThilldng4jc2i. w' B. WILLlNO1l4 Ar LAW GattCt7 bankbuilding w w.- ooonRic. 0 ARcHITECT. ATLANTA. GA nd ci Atlanta to mines and hydraulic3U1yrn37 jjrdEWPalmer ARced. to building Atlanta. Dorset. Albert Heweli. LAWYERS I 4 WbItthiiltreetTeePhone ttornei 110 Macon 07 canerul at eczema. an 5kll Rh ConsultatlOflftoe S to is t Joints. Piles. toil n1vatS Itlienmatlem Urin- 5 4 V. v inotrejed a7 commencing it 10 a. ja. T. A StIELTON AVeryChoice Weat S Janry 1' 1 1 ockioka lots cashebalanc. B IIRNDRC S P a htr e Home' pR. teeOtd a businers offer ii of New Tprkj lines home eachtree street thIscit7. L TIle fronfa runs back fl YorifO Is rear 2M > ft wide e jg ii a very such as servants' house table etc. l Thi ILLS wlli boat public dtcry. on premises at 18 Ockgk LjiSi. person prsdpes 1th 40 50 10 j. Ini ay the sale. Th terms WIU be third In equal in i Spercent. l1ie purcbuer cen lance poasel wfl I da7sfrOM the 5.e 1 to iil rILao4 cctioneer GodattOsuay 3 EOynold. COODE' CO.'S. I ieaIEstato Offers Wr ND-4 vaciat iota X1 frontlng. I L sL aye. I each. f Bt4rooiu gas OW at SM perfltonth pnice54Tho. LUt4LltU. T.-New- e 3rpo dwe4llng I MidSt egj oii I and water alldty " nM paid Ier- ' for Vtflt lot on pcrtb' stS Ws ACRZ TRill - Eoasten ceusiy three4uantni from 7ort Valley' liw thwostaj red. houIeabQtlt imes' e1edkelleeeli4iw4Icor wilt. t AUiataberty Sn' pin pop r 5 csaeM N se ISVO = e' .eqry . I nM ju l. e wv. aooiiw- iAA iit1iigi PeachteeSfr story boIi Bi14d. iVeel titYflOt Ito hiocka froxath dPIS' mi NeIk1er. p ' i aT is lot x cabuya w8e' of segie I treee. ISeUIM lot Mret ea is cC > I5N its-e c- 1to3caah to ISIleM' 4B less sayth the oseinhborhood. I icon cprloer lot lOStISO 7. ces mo4 . en . I s-L I ooeevlse I s I t. C' to Peacbtrehtreet 1hAs S ina H. BROS.- Lons aNM r northeast O ; pdie i 12ce loP a beautiful botl sItrss' 1Mg sad. iSed cheap. s- r 210O BCautitul lot BIMAli avenue. r.tto- s Acres land on the eleetrli S N S V. road weil wdedwithia M akIn ( be e sa mfl bo sat teli ii i Je r isesrbonu monthlf 5 pp ir tj city poopettyi i monthlY JpdV- e 4 locate..a. cocoroer ForestaY It V ftOflSL. 3Dr. Forest avenue. all cone chap s-Io.C WMP7O2 t S. UAMPTONSI HERMAL Ji r Rea1EstteandIO 3 BroadStU thOsuiU I room o peril hIt I euy----- MUpsfyaarWiIJULttald biZ atilis : C3f5bP3 Ibis ar fordr al1orss - io' thi IiL in culutatlod. thirty- tCS etcre. awl propftl nlbcd 1100 buabtis of 7 is leased l tenant Will' Azsoc azate' rice13O cole will uy five tOflt 05 treCl neat WaablngtOSi el errsimprovIIneolle beibs iid d' water oid beusi S g too balance e 0 to loan 00' 11. AiAIL 0 W J I I4Wfl5kt31 si e si 9 1 i -i5.o.i- i0 t b n i tb e I at OscO I I 1gd .l1 S P'- rs ! ? - - , ' : : : - . , . 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