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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               1 THE COKSXITDnQN; ATLASTJL QA.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 139O. TEN PAGES. WATCHES! We invite an inspection of the most attractive line in the south. THE HUMANE SOCIETY OFfXCJSKS fOK TBK ElfSlf- JJVff YEA.R YESTERDAY. The Society Takes a New at Ufe and tlie Outlook for Success is Brilliant. The Hew Officers. rjj EJJWEcurc'i ut home with- a tjftiMBOui puiu. Book of par- FREE, 'i M.WOULLEY.M.D, >j Whitehall St THIS WEEK we will sell Heart Charms, Heart Lockets, Heart Rings, Heart Pins, and Heart pendants at greatly re duced prices. MAIKR BER JCELE, Jewelers, 93. Whiteha street. PERFECTED CRYSTAL LENSES FAULKNER, KELLAM MOORE, Scientific Opticians, a -equiyixvl lai-tory, with all the intent njaeliim-ry ii.-in pans. France, for tue maimricnire nt eye-plashes, Vjsitors are in- vited to <-j.il ami fitted with a pair ot these celebrated  nos as abso- On motion it was unanimously decided to place complaint books at four conspicuous points in the city. The Elian-Watson drue store, was selected as the central point. Thf public are asked to co-operate as far as possible in this movement by entering upon one of these books all cases of crueltf to children or animals of which they may become cognizant. Application blanks for membership in the society may also be left with the pro.- PIacedrS Storos in which tllese books are The Woman's Christian Temperance Union has established humane society work as a branch of its field of labor. iliss Willartl has spoken as follows to the vast army engaged in this work "I ]ook upon yom mission as a sacred one, not second to any that are formed in the name of Christ fin0o.MIn-ee'tagwillbe held Wednes- day, the a-th instant, at p. m., at the loung Men's Christian Association parlors All those interested in this work are cordially nvited to be present. Fits, spasms, St. Vitus dance, nervonsnes and hysteria a re soon cured by Dr Miles Nervine. Free sample? at all druggists. TIddledy Winks PUBLIC SAFETY DEMANDS That only honest and reliable medicines should He placed upon the market. It can- not, therefore, lie stated too emphatically nor repeated too often, that all who are In bfle iSSto? Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your life, or that ot some ono near and dear to you, may depend on the use oj this well-approved remedy In prefer- ence to any other preparation of similar name. It Is compounded ot Honduras sar- saparilla (the variety most rich In curative stilllngia, mandrake yellow dock, and the iodides. The process ot man- ufacture Is original, skilful, scrupulously clean, and such as to secure the very best medicinal qualities of each ingredient. This medicine Is not boiled nor heated, and is therefore, not a decoction; but It is a com- pound extract, obtained by a method ex- clusively our own, of the best and most powerful alteratives, tonics, and diuretics known to pharmacy. For the last forty Sarsaparilla nas been tbe standard blood-purifier ot the other approaching it In popular confidence or universal demand. Its form- ula is approved by the leading physicians and druggists. Being pure and liiglily con- centrated, it is the most economical of any possible blood medicine. Every purchaser ot Sarsaparilla should insist upon having this preparation and see that each bottle bears the well-known name of J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. In every quarter of the globe Ayer's Sar saparilla !s proved to be the best remedy for all diseases of the Mood. Lowell druggists mute in testifying to the superior excellence CHEAP KEAi ESTATJ5 OJ' 1'EKED By A. J. West a; Co., T Pryor Street, Kimban House. "We have juBt secured an option on a large and raluable tract, near the city, greatly sought after, taken m less than two hours vesterday by the best business men in Atlanta. Call and BCO the list. Choice piece business property Marietta street running through to Walton, SG.UOQ. 79x208 feett with good house, West End, Beautiful home, good house, large lot, 'roodlo- caiity, First-class residence, Capitol avenue, Beautiful Pryor st. lota, near in, Fryor Bt. lot, a bargain, Business lot, marietta Bt., 217x420 West Peachtree, Center and Davis ats this is an unusmU bargain, and trill go in a very Best property on Edgawood ave. at a baream. Vacant Iota McPheraon park and ConenMU- cheap. [Storehouse and dwelling, Marietta St.; I-ats on Cypress one bloclc of best por- tion of PeaebtTee bt. very cheap, each Pretty, shady vacant lots on Cherry and Plum streets, near Technological school. Vacant lots on East and West Pine Bt. Vacant lots on Angler ave. ClOTMC FOR Hirsch Bn neprac 105 acres out Peachtree road, SIS per acre. 227-acre farm, 9 miles from city, on Atlanta and Florida Ex It. 76 acres, 4 iniles from city, SI 25 per acre. 83 acres prominent road, miles out, per -acre place, Smiles out, prominent That's just what we think we have through our stock will make you Lots of satisfaction in knowing you will fi what you xvant when you go into a store ing hunting. You know yov'll find a suit here. There's stock eno, enough. Then our prices are purchase0 i can GEO. 3. BHOWN, President. EAKRrN-GTON J. KISS, Sec. andTrea] _ .luu ITEfl THE BROW I KING SUPPLY COMF1 The finest bargain on the market; a chance for Rome one to make a profit. 10 acres beautifully im- proved, with good residence, outhouses picket andplank fences, rruit trees and erane- vinea, at West End, Central R. II. improved place, class easy terms, 21 acres big Iront on C. R. R.; nothing finer on market; electric lino now being bullttoit; We have some other genuine bargains not men- tioned above. We Invite you to call and examine our lists. Money to loan. A. J. WEST CO. Ayer's Sarsaparilla PREPARED Or DR. J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold by Drnggbta. fll.sIiSS. Worth gs a bottle. B. S. DKAKC, D. TV. OWEN. w. A. SPKAOC B. S. BRAKE CO., Real Estate. No. a West Alabama Street. HoJderneas St., 6-r, G0x220 USSrV yf Lee st" 3-r- location 6-r' to alloy and water; a gem. Real Estate and Renting Agents, 20 Peachtree St. Telephone 101s. S50.0DO cets tunr lino brick and two frame "vllwu rcut ifsichTif of jeu street for on Iloath street, running Inelr to Battle street; IICR splendirtlv: terms verfeisv S200 for jllxHO to 10-loot illeV r easy- nue one-hall rash, bailee SI J inoniS y tor on 1'eter, street month- street; S800 LlveSmwf a aotae. lot Miioo, on The Finest on liart.H Dayton is and .Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In? as: Aiidtho Only DIRECT UCNE between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo, De- troit, the Lake Hegions and Canada, The road is ono of the oldest in the state of Ohio, and the only line entering Cincinnati over twentv five miles of double track, andfromVts pastreSrd can morethan assure its patrons speed, comiore and safety. Tickets on sale everywhere and see that they read C. H. C., either in or out o" cmnati, Indianapolis, or Toledo. E. o. MeCur- mick, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ________ fob 21 dly -Luckie St.f50i1o6, tt-r; Sl.COO eash ?f St.. ll-r lirirk, cfose in Bt- noar electric line, C-r. .'4m Baaand "-ater; 8-r; St., 52x150 to alley east front lnt' 3uxlsa to bargain. St., West End. 00x200, shaded ave.. 50x150 to alloy; cheap. unninfthnni near K. T. sho'ns. 5SK 100x200, near dummy. SDOO-Stouewallst.. and nice. fi1.. nt a bargain, End. acres McLionotifrli cheap. ISacres north Atlanta, near Emmett St. acres neal Angle springs. a cash customer 5 or 6 room cottan> neat and nice, cither east Atlanta or West Enc houses and rooms for rent. We have to Invest at once. Brlnir In a list of what you want sold. in B. S BKAKE CO., ___________________S Went Alabama St. 36 38 W. Alabama St., (Maddox, Ruofcer Co. Bank Building.) Meal Estate Dealers. ,Wo handle no property except that which we own os a whole or in pair, or that which we abso- lutely control. If you want to deal with princi- pals call on ns. If you have Rood property for I pay you to PInM ln "ur hands. Wo are fanildinB the electric line to West Knd and MePherson Barracks, and own or control contiguous to the hne that is for Bale. We control more eood invest- ment iiroperty than any house in the city. We olterSM acres alonR the roiao ot the New JSelt Line, now being surveyed, between Van Winkle's and the Central railread. This will nav 200 per cent inside of twoyears. J 20 lots on Piedmont avenue and Myrtle street de Leon avenue. Choice prouertv' ,40 lots in Arlington Heights, fronting GreSs Henry and Lee streets, from -f terms to tlloso wlsWnK to build lots on tust Fair street dummy Grcens Ferry ayenue and Ashby 29 acresfrontini; the Barracks Electric line in ots of from 4 to 10 acres. n 30 choice lots in Orinwood park, at low prices to CO lots fronting the electric line in the south iart of the city. "We Lave lota and acreage everywhere and for all classes of people. Come to see us. nov6-dly-8p WOODWARD MOUNTAIN. Manufacturers and Dealers I fulfill Supplies, Machinery, Too Vf BOUGHT IBOS PIPS, Fitting and Brass Goc ATLANTA, OEORQIA F F i D s s PMCQ R I E L E T S g L OFFICE. NO. S J.OTD: TAKBS. COKNEK FAH-. STKIIKT AST) C K.K. BEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 5 S. Pryor Street We Offer the Ji'ollowlnK Bargains: acres of the choicest fruit land in Georgia, only 18 miles from Macon, near railroad, BOO egra Hue pine timber; If sold within 30 days. PERSONAL. will try to interest you Convevant SCOTT A: tlEE Leon avenue, hardwoart timljer land, near Mnrphv. If. C., finest poplar Umber dn the atate, only acres timber and coal land in Tennessee close to railroad, 93.50 per acre. 3-room house on Vine street, lot easy terms. v I.ot between Houston and Irwin, 60x159, honso on North avo., lot 52x120, St.rso. Fine liuainess iiroperty. lot 45x100, two blocks from Kimbull house 3500 a front loot. house on Calhounutreet, terms to suit purchaser. .-.-acre farm, .j miles from carBhed, house not Hearts. Call and examine them. Maier Jewelers, as Whitehall street. ________ tf Ed. I.. Orant Slen Company, 30 SOUTH BROAD ST of 2 ln- Stowing par iy a C-room house Unpopular nor -Beau'tff nl T modem home of AH voniences and in oue ot tlje very test iirettv ao owner annoui to sell. Getit So. to rapid SEE OUR An PBINTING PRESSES TYPE CASES, STANDS, INK, ETC PerfectTGoods, Bottom Prices CO.. to ttam. T-- i Bit of the Season, Tidflledy M. Miller's 31 Marlett, dtf Proper fitting and reasonable prices. Sfaier IJerkelo, Opttcians.Jajvviiitehall street. W. C. T. V. tdfCHEONS. The Grant Boole Universally Praised by the Members. Whenjjthe Woman's Christian Temperance Gnlon commenced In this city It was fonnd that their work wonld be of such a character that a great deal ol tune would be requlredfor their de- liberations. To economize time and to make it more convenient for the members Inncueons have been served at the Grant house at noon. This Las beena veryBatisfactory arrangement, and the delegates are load in their praise of the attention shown them by Mrs. Archer and her associate. The Grant is a spirited hotel and is patronized bv the very beat people. y T. H. 8PATJTJMNG CO., Dealers in Montana Bones, 37 r.oyd Street, lUlfler Brady's stable. The success of the greatanction sale of Montana horses held by Messrs. T. H. Spauiaing i; Co at their stables, 57 Loyd street, last Wednesday ''has finally induced themtoTiold another sale at' the same place on Wednesday, November 26th The horses that this flrm are introdnclni- into this section are much better than any western stock ever brought here before, and thevin no wav resemble the Texas pony or but are fine, yonnK and well bred, ranging from fifteen to ixteen hands in height and from three to sli old. Highest The sale will commence promptly at 10 o'clock Sprin-rs, loaves the Tennessee, Virginia anfl teorjS ,5noS Ticket, can' iS HAH., ,j .uinea ifom carBnea, nouse not liniohed inside, 1.800 gi-.tpevines, CD acres splendid farm land. 9 miles from At- lantA, pecan trees, J7 acres, partly covered with original growth of timber, 7 miles from carshed; two lime branches and hne 8-foom house, ROBEUT MILLER. L. arcINTOSH WARD, .___________Manager. Secretory mid Treasurer REAL ESTATE. farm at Stockbridee, t8 milos front Atlanta; 50 acres bottom land a bar- cam. house and lot on Loyd, squares or rf crirshed; 'Till rent for Is cheats gu.JjiiO- y lota on Capitol ave. on corner, OOxtW) each, and also lot on Bass St., COxlOO, 6 E- Fair St- and corner lot. street lot, 50x150. near Whitehall. lot, this side Bicbardson. f r Boulevard lot.oa corner.uear in Peachtreo lot, 50x187, atheadHunni cntt avc. street, C-room house, near White an? Houd: nice lot. east front, must KO. Joot, East Front Boulevard lots, near Ponce de Leun ave.; come see them. house, Conrtland ave., corner lot and a nice home; near in. beautiful, shaded lota on West Peach- tree, near Kimball street, ;ot50x200. Tryor house and Jot, this To Speculators. TXT E OFFEB FOR A FEW DAYS A PROPERTY aveuilc' olosc for worth miles of car shed, north side, a tract that will payment of one-third cash; balance at one imi two years. u Directly on now electric line to barracks, 00 acres lies well, at S850 per acre; held at ner acre and over all around it. 15 acres fronting feet oti Ormwooa avenue i cas'h Orant ''ark' at one-third j A tract comprislnc 130 lots, that is IV, miles of car shed, averajre 25x120 feet; one block ol Mrect cars; will sell whole tract atlesstha; Sand. Sand, Sand. We make the sand business a specialty ana supply you promptly in sraail lote, delivered in any part oi tlie city, and also by carload on ears. Stone. Stone. Stone. Estimates given on any kind of stone-work on application. We also do grading, and take all kinda of r-n road contracts, t LIDDELL JOHNSON sthej (Ox DECISIONS PHE MARCH TTAtM, 1533. SUPKEStE decisions are printed in p imphleSd ai be sent to any address upon receipt ot Sl.ft ordrrsto j Ainiiajier Constitution Job Oliice, j lot. per A beautiful tract of SO acrea overlooking capitol at 'j.'JSO per acre. "We will let yon in on the ground floor on Florida phosphate lands. We only offer such lands at will bear full investigation by and winch wo control by options. We have tracts of timber lands in Georgia ;md FloruPi Georgia farms. In Atlanta-Vacant lots and bouses m all parts of the city and suburbs M. H. LUGAS I CO., Street, Next to Car Slied. Real Estate. I CAN Twenty houses this week, if comfortable and well located. House owners bring in your onsignments.' Hy rent department is thoroughly quipped. Messrs. Harwell and Hahone show houses an collect rents promptly, and Mr. Howard, my cashier, will render statements regularly. Bring in your house at once. Demand greater hau the supply. People will come to Atlanta. G. W. AD A IK, Aeent' 5 Kimbali street lot, 50x150, near Highland i'owers street house and lot, halz cash! bal- auu6 easy. street 5-room honso and lot. near Soath Pryor; beautiful location. street house, 8 rooms, nice lot, DECATCK PROPERTY ASD corporate limits wagon acres, just mile north of Decatur 6 acres in grapes; nice woodland. acres in Decatur, and has cood. 5-room cottape on it. Office 10 East Alabama street. Cotton Mill for Lease. TABN THAT rent to some practical manufacturer Everything in running er week Atm pounds Irnnw tlut can IK- G. W. facnifiecnt GUt-Edee, Central Business Improved Eesidence Property. T UPON TIJE I'HUMISES, AT 1, the of Beeemher 1890, that very desirable piece of central riroiierrv' fronting feet on Loyd house, now Atmospheric and politi- cal conditions are bub- bling. The combinatoa keeps both brain and bodji in a ferment. Would yon escape the trouble and worry of uncertain trad- ing. Then come the fountain-head of the Clothing Business. Bargains are oleasant and soothing. You know our claims. saying plan is to buy direct from the mamrfacturet All dealers profit saved to the consumer. A tive gain of a quarter to a third in almost lack 1 benr i t tetnt r c are showing a grand stock now at wonder-j fully low prices. 10 bue i very center of the and needs no comment from me to common i-V tocapitulists. I will also sell on the same day. commencing at street. Thin property is very'central'and is Pvoif near the postoffico and old Capitol bnlldin- and lies between .llarictta street and tbe railroad" and has on It three 3-roora brick cotta "ei iroM'Md I will then go to the corner ult IHU uuu MbnlelS, Wht and lots, as shown by vlat 4. I will then sell Block s, consSfi houses and lota on Newton street. '-portant will be conclnded on Mark- streets. nSar the residence of Judge John Collins, where I-nrill Bella SDUafdSl vacant 50 feet on Markham itmninK tack IM feet to (lhajiel etPcet nd All of this property will be fold absolutely positively for what it will bring, withoutTreiem or protection. Titles perfect. resene 8ale: eash. balance one n pgy interest, or The chief characteristic of the best Clothing! everywhere is style. Neither good tailoring nor' worth are accidents. Common sense convinced us tnat if we were going to cater for refined and high- class taste, it must foe done with the "fruits of per- fection. The handsomest materials, the ablest workmanship, the fairest methods back of the sell- ing. You would hunt up and down the land, vainl? to get as good Suits as we carry today, if we didnt nave our own factory and diligence behind onr artists. _ that enough to entitle us to an extra rush- ing business Legal of v> "V ,r3" 'KortElKruittM with ttirenltiu-i blank f.r ,4' If Overcoatings and Ulsterings in our Tailor De- partment. No end to them. Pretty enough, soft; enough, luxurious and elegant. And when we j them up to your measure, comfort is never forgotten, j 17-19 Street. NO BRANCH HOUSE IN THIS CITY. INFAVSPAPERf IFAVSPAPERf   

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