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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA, GA.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. 11 I THE JBADI HOSPITAL. Sard Wort Hon. Joo and Hia issociateo Have Since Building1. enry VV. Grady hospital. roorstono will be laid next Christmas t ono year from the day the great and the year has wrought! OLO year ago Atlanta had the brilliant, Bit no hospital. Atlanta has tho finest hospital as- o south. ame of the man the whole n admired. year the money has been se- are- -lie lot has been pnrciiased- The plans have been drawn and the work begun- Tha story of the is an interesting one. the first meeting of tho general council i'jiuuary of thi? year, Hon. Joseph Hirsch, the senior member from tho first ward, introduced a resolu- tion constructing a city hospital for Atl- anta, to be known as the Honry Grady hospital. liy the rosoluticu the council was to ap- propriate to- ward the work, and a committee of fifteen was to be appointed by the mayor to de- .rt) visa moans for car- out tlic resolution. The committee of appointed, constating of three mem- >r'-oItlK> council aad swcive citizens of At- rt meeting o? committee of fifteen, :iftor its appointment, Hon. Joseph 3 -ch was made permanent chairman, after a careful consideration of the q 1311011 several bubcommittoos were doter- B" .od upon, and Chairman Hirsoli was in- structed to appoint them. jji making those committees Mr. Hirsch Sinifested great wisdom. Mr. S. M, Innrm was mads chairman of a ctpnarttce to confer with the of the lanarolent homo property, then in litigation, view to them give that property to tho city for the purpobo of converting it into ash to assist in buiJilitig the Grady hospital. ,jg result of Mr. lum.-.u's work was the tnnsier of the property to the city to bo sold -ortho purpose Subsequently the was sold for which amount paid to tiio treasurer of the Grady hosnital committee, ?ess the amount of attorney's foes, x account oE litigation. Mr. Jacu-i was made chairman of 3 s committee, and J. W. 120 feet including the porte- cochere and 74 wide, including the front porch. This stands on tho higher part ol the lot, near the corner formed by the intersection ot Butler and College streets, and fifty feet from each It is the building of which tho sketch is given today. Its simplu Italian style belongs legiti- mataly to this genial climate. Tho material is stone to tho height of five feet above the ground, and above that a combination of brick and stone. The high basement is chiefly for purposes ot ventilation and heating, that is, generally speaking, for sanitary considerations and for minor xises win bo referred to farther on. Thfi lirst floor above the basement is divided tiio center by a wide hall which extends quite through, the build- ing from front to rear. At the intersec- tion of this with the hall that passes through tho hall longitudinally, are two niches for the reception of statuary. At the right of the cross hall are the matron's suite of rooms and the dining room for the officers of the institution and perhaps for such patients in the building as may occasionally be able to take their meals out of their rooms. On the north side of the hall are the directors' and consultation rooms, the reception room, dis- pensary and operating theater; the Litter large apartment extending in height through two stories and contain- ing circular seats for about 100 spectators, these seats arranged similarly to those in the upper gallery of a theater. The carriage entrance to the building, which is also the entrance to the wards, is through the porte-cochere at the .south end, and near to this is the secretary's office. The second story of the administration building is occupied by rooms for private pay- ing patients; that is, for strangers who may bo overtaken by sickness or accident, or for residents of tho city, or for others from the outside who may wish to avail themselves of tho skill, care and perfect sanitary conditions which, it is expected, will always be found hero, not to mention the afflicted ones for whom hospital treatment is indispensable. It is, doubtless, true that for most people who have pleasant homes of their own, homo seems the best place to be sick in; but, on the other hand, there is little doubt that many sick, people would recover more surely and promptly in a good hospital than at homo. Family affection, however dovoted, is not always able to provide the most conditions, the wisest care, in the race against disease. Quite the contrary, if it happens to bo handicapped by ignorance. Tho third story of this building also contains rooms that will be used for patients, or for the nurses and other permanent residents of tho institution. The buildings nearest to this large main building, and directly behind it, aro thfc gen- oral wards, of which two aro under contract, a third is expected to be added soon, and ulti- mately still more as the needs and tbe re- sources of the hospital increase. Each of these wards consists of two intimately con- nected departments; the front portion, which much. ot tho cooking and probably drive dynamo that supplies the light. It goes without saying that the most perfect sanitary provisions ana precautions that are available will be intro- duced, because if the situation is rightly un- derstood, sanitary surroundings with ekiUul nursing count for more in these latter days than many drugs, and a hospital that paid tithes of quinine, opium and calomel, negleO ing the weightier matters of pure air, equable temperature and wholesome regimen could not easily justify its own ex- istence. Minute descriptions ol not likely to interest general way it may be said that considering the purposes of this hospital and the circum- stances nnder which they are to be carried out, it would be inconsistent to go beyond absolute simplicity in the character of the work. It is intended that everything shall bo genuine, thorough, practical and wisely adapted to its with no elaborate orname n- >f building details are ay but builders. In a ieec wide constituting and the about thirty-two forty-two feet long. service ward, and the extension, or wing attached to this, the general ward for men. for women, or for special case--, according Lo thoworkhic system of the institu- THE GRADY HOSPITAL. S. M. Inman and Doctor II. P. Cooper compobed a committee on location. Alter several meetings the building com- imUeo employed >lessrs. Gardner, Payne "JardiicT, architects, to draw the plans and specifications. These gentlemen were selected to do the architectural work because they had recently built a hosmtal 111 Providence, II I., which was visited by Mr. Jacob ElsaS, and found to te satisfactory in every detail. Tlie committee on location after exhaustive examinations of property, finally bought a lot 300x173 feet, fronting on Butler and Jenkins streets and 425 feet to Pratt street, for which :hey para Slti.TOQ. The committee 61 fifteen present at the first meeting subscribed among themselves nearly Slo.OOO, The hospital will be a double structure for white and colored patients, and when complete will cost between and Tho committee has raised of the amount, the balance of or is from poptilar subscription among the of Atlanta. At the laying of the cor- stone the Hon. John S- Davidson, grand iitcr of the Masonic fraternity of the state Georgia, will officiate. The contract foi the of.the buildings was let thirty dajs and the con tractors are now at work rapid progress, E. C. Gardner, the head of the firm of who made the plans forthe hospital, 33 New Enjxlander, and a pioneer in. archi- ptural work. rlicn, tco, he is one of the most affable in the city. He took to architecture in its infancy and is seen it grow strong, robust and extensive, .bid much of the growth of tho profession is e to Mr. Gardner's lectures and writings. Nearly twenty years ago he wrote a series of tides on tlio subject of domestic architecture the Sprfns- ti Hopnbli- which TV era :st immodi- f published ok form "by J of Boston, that with the 1 "Homos, How to wide oir- jnaii over e OTin. tr y m Euroye 1 South r'.o. This ell tion. The service ward contains the small tea kitchen for the occasional use of the ward the regular cooking for the whole establish- ment being done in another huilding; a small dining room for the use of convalescents; one or two private rooms; a small room for the nurse: the linen closet; tho washroom, bathroom and water closets; and the closet for the clothing which the patients wear when brought to the hospital, if it is worth preserving. The latter closet opens out upon the corridor and has no connection with the interior of the building. The wards for the sick, to which these ser- vice wards arn attached, and of which they are a part consist, each, of one long room, about tv, enty-six feet wide and eighty feet long and containing twenty beds. Those Targe ward rooms are abundantly- lighted by windows at both sides, and provided with such ample ventilation as to ensure a constant supply fresh air, both in warm and in cold weather. The next building of the group is that which contains on the ground floor the kite-lien, the laundry, "tUo coldroom. storerooms, boiler and engine rooms, and, in the second btory, eight rooms and a bathroom, for the servants and helpers The first story of this building is ol brick, tho second of wood and its entire length is 150 feel. The chimney for the steam boiler ig eigthy feet in height. Still farther east, near the corner of Pratt and Jenkins streets, which is diagonally oppo- site from the corner on which the building described stands, and, in eftect, a separate in- stitution, are the buildings tor the use of the colored people. These are frame build- ii.ga, three in number, with space for one or. two more if they should be heeded in the future. Two of thefae are wards, similar as regards their arrange- ment to the brick wards mentioned above, the tlnrd, which stands near the entrance from Jenkins street being used for executive piir- also a detatchad building THE FIRST FLOOR PLAN. tation applied for the sake of display: no use- less features that pretend to serve some useful purpose but do not. Thus, the tower is a nec- essary support for a largo water tank, because, if thera were no other reasons for it, tho failure of tho aqueduct supply even for a few hours might entail very serious consequences; the porches are for the comfort and safety of those who enter or occupy the buildings, the main, staircase of white oak is broad and easy, not for the sake of a grander appearance, but for geater utility. The visible ventilating turrets are not raised aloft for picturesque purposes, but lor ventilation. The com- paratively small amount of rich carv- ing above the front porch and flank- ing the granite steps, is an appropriate visible recognition of the memorial character of the institution.; but the noble humanity of its pur- pose so thoroughly in accord with, the spirit ox his life work for whom it is named is a more vital, abiding monnmentthan any commemora- tion that can bo expressed in lifeless material, however enduring in substance, imposing m design or elaborate in execution. It remains for the people of Atlanta to give this enterprise the generous and enthusiastic support which they have given, and will con- tinue giving, to other good and wise under- takings that improve the welfare of the com- umity and make Atlanta figuratively, as well as literally, a city eet on a hill, whoso light cannot be hid. To Joe Hirsch, more than to any other man, Atlanta is indebted for the Grady hospital. Day and night he has labored for it, and his work has been crowned with success. Story after story of Joe Hirsch's charitable work could be written, but a note from one of his last night tells of bis manly, generous work better than it could be told again. Here is what that note says: 7 Jue Hirsch has put in the day raising funds and other necessaries, such as fuel and loud, for the man Wilkinson and his family, ont on Schntield street. This is thorax that was reported yester- day the man is very sick and the family in abso- lute want. Joe Hirsch h.ia been out there twice today attending to their wants. Can't you write tip the caho for tomorrow's issue, and say some- tliine to further the interests of the Grady hos- pital? Your friend. MONTE IR-IZLKH. A Good Suggestion. ATLANTA, Ga., December 5, Con- stitution: Permit me through the columns of your paper to call the colored people's attention to the necessity ot heiping the citizens build tlio- Urady hospital- I have been reliably informed that one ot these magnificent buildings, perfect in its cverv apartment, will for the use of the colored citizens. Now, I know full well tbat you are not prepared to give large sums, but it is your datv as public-spn ited citizens to come with your small imteb and have a hand in erecting this sub- stantial benefactor to Atlanta's unfortunate citi- zens I would suggest that the pastors of the various churches set apart aome Sunday m the near future to take up a collection lor this insti- tution It will not do for us to be dependent upon our fellow-citizens for every good that we receive but let us take a hand in creating this good. will start the ball by giving S5. Who will follow? A. GRAVES. Are Yon lu Need? Are you in need of good advice? Do you suffer from palpitation of the heart; have you spells of dizziness; do you feel listless, and do vou frequently get tired without cause or exer tion? Do you suffer from rheumatism, neural gia, and other mysterious and unaccountable backaches and pains in limbs and joints and bones? Do you foci nervous; are you sleeples at night, and do your dreams disturb you? Are ?-ou excitable and does youth heart beat uneven v, sometimes hardly beating at all and at other times thumping like an engine? Dp you worry over little things? Are your kidney, disordered and your liver inactive? Are you troubled with indigestion and constipation" Are you annoyed by any urinary difficulty" Do you want to be cured of all such weaken ing ailments? Then use Dr. Bull's Sarsapa- rilla. It will make you strong and perfect in every part. When Baby was sick, wa gavo her Castoria. When she was a ChUd, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Caatorift. When she had Children, she gave them Caatorifc E. C. CABDNBR. received that it was by two more books published by tho firm two and four years later, "II- -ted and G were among the first of the books for -wj reading on these subjects, of which aas been a steadily increasing quantity iince. Subsequently a series of articles, by recinest of the editor ol the 1 Congregationalist, and that paper made volume, "Common Sense in Church After that "Oar Continent" --mpany besot him for a dozen papers hen bound together, mado "The r -t -Till Built." began lecturing, but an aitack. -yngitis, brought on, by an abuse of -chincry, put. an. end to that, and of his seeking the mild climate ior which, no to date, he is trulv r to rje brief. This a correct; idea of tbe hos- descjrlntiou ol tho lot is situated about haH a "ly from the house and occu- the whoie square bounuctiby Bui lor, 'ratt nud Jenkins streets, tho prin- toward the west OH .But- portion is also the most elevated, f the lot sloping gradually toward is toward Pratt thus in- L to uuild immediately eight 1 ti separate, but united, a sort irium arrangement with tbe jn for indefinite future t ,tf of the if! tu-iNt 'injn rttut, known as tho ad- poses. There fronting on Pratt street which is scarcely more than a large vault or receiving tomb, in which the dead will be laid temporarily, previous to their iinal removal. All these various buildings, except the last, are brought virtually under one roof by the long connecting corridors whice, beginning at the porte-cochere attached to the south end ol the administration building extend, lirst, around to the operating room in this building and to tho consultation room where patients on being received are taken for examination. A branch from this runs back forty leet to the front of the brick wards pasbinjr in front of them all in a line parallel -with Butler street; from this a little distance to the nftht of the second ward or what will be between tho second and third ward the third is built; this cor- ridor runs back about feet further to the building which contains the kitchen, laundry, etc. At the corner this building it mikes a right angle, extending southward to within abouty twenty feet of Jenkins street, passing in front of the frame wards and joining the executive bnilding for these wards. The cor- ridors to the brick building are in effect two stories in height, that is, the lower story is level with the floor of the basement of these buildings and tho upper floor level with the principal door ol tho same. Owing to the slope of the ground toward the rear, the base- ment floor of the corridors, which is partly m the ground ot the front part of the lot, conies ont to the surface as it passes back and when it reaches the frame wards it is two or three feet above the ground and level with the .principal floor of these buildings. These corridors are an important nart of the plan. The lower one is in effect the railway system that affords direct com- between the different buildings. All the food from the main kitchen is carried There's a great difference in lamp-chimneys depends on the glass. One pops when- ever anything happens, some- times when nothing happens. Another almost never breaks. Lamp-chimneys are like segars they cost so little apiece and so much by the year the breaking kind. The other sort is like the is enough. Can you tell them- apart The unbreakable chimney has The mak- a pearl-top." ers, Macbeth burgh. Notice to Debtors and Creditors riEORGIA, FULTON PEE sons having demands against the estate o Joseph Smith, late of Fulton county, deceasei arc hereby notified to render in their demands I the undersigned according to law; and all person indebted to said estate arc requested to moke tm mediate payment. This 3a tlav of Sovembe 1830. lALTajJ M. SJUIH. Executrix Joseph S mith, deceased nov 2-Gt sun._____________________________ STILSON, JEWELER. BB WHITEHALL ST. Reliable Goods. Fair Dealing. Bottom Prices. GET YOUR BUNK BOOKS. LEDGERS Journals, Casn Books, Binding, Elecrropying, etc., etc., of JAS. P. HAERISON CO., (THE FUAJIKLEN PUBLISIUXG State Printers, Atlanta, Ga. lt them before placing your orders.____ r 'Everybody's Friend." After a long journey of inquiry and examina- 1011 he decided to make 3 Whitehall street his eadquarterfa, where he found and you all will nd a Btock of goods suitable for desirable Xmas resents. Ileauty combined witii utility and at rires to please young and old. The stock uon- ists of Children's Boys' and Men's Suits, Over- oats, Fants, Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, landkerchiefa in linen and atlk, the latest novel- lea in Neckwear, Bilk embroidered Suspenders, Gloves and Umbrellas. Any of these articles will make a desirable and useful Xmas present and ur "oods and prices will prove satisfactory. EISEMAN IIEIL, One-Price Clothiers, Furnish- ers and Hatters, 3 WHITEHALL ST. first Clothing House on Whitehall Street. You will find some specially good things in Children's Suits at with extra pair pants and cap to match. Jersey Suits in great variety, from up. If you are looking for a Uhild's Suit or Overcoat, don't fail to come in. Men's Suits and Over- coats in all grades. Prices guaranteed low as the owest. GEORGE MUSE, Clothier, 38 Whitehall street. 9-24-dGm und E W 7p. P All of our Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats and. Pants will bi Closed out at Cost. We havi only the newest and best, including the "Gold Medal Brand." Now is your chance for the nex 15 days to Fix the Boys up for the Winter. 1O Marietta Street, oct ly to and fro in the same manner. The upper storv of '.heno corridors throughout tae entire lenetb. is enclosed by movable sashes on both, aides These in pleasant weather can be open j nnd all times fnmish unlimited opportunity fortlio patients fo go, or he carried, into the JnnJwnl The total length of the counting both stones, is mcie than an eighth AlTtha buildings are to be warmed by steam dUw wne fithful scrran: wtll FOR THIS AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE; Conday and Tuesday, 1 December 8 and 9. t Matinee, t Tuesday, at 2 o' 'B. D. MCLEAN MARIE PRESCOTT IN TWO GREAT PLAYS. Monday Night and Tues- pj A TP A day Matinee, LLlJjUr A 1 A, BY RIDER HAGGARD, he autbor of "KinR Solomon's etc., etc., pronounced oy press and public the greatest hit of the season, with magnificent cos- ;umeB and effects. JAS. A. ANDERSON CO SPARTACUS! the great prize traeedy of Dr. Montgomery Bird, made famous bv Forrest and McCnllouph, now the property of Air. McLean, with special scenery by Voeghtlin. Xo increase in prices- Reserved seats at Miller's. dec 5 td Wednesday and Thursday, i December lOtb and llth. Matinee Thursday at 2. A. G. FIELD OPERATIC MINSTRELS! Elegant, Refined, Original Mammoth European Adjunct, including the Srndocs, Tlie Mignanl Troupe off Medieval Mnslclane! Imported by Imre K.1- ralfy. The Great Boat Race. All tbe Great Comedians. Al G. Field, Hilly Van, Tommy Donnelly, John Morrisaey, George Hassel, Bob MorriBsey. All the Affile Dancers. Eddie Horan, James Kennedy, Diamond Bro- thers, Willis Casey, Fred Jackson, S. Morgan, D. McCabe, Billy Smith, Fred Bucnell. All the Superb Singers. Tho Bijou Quartette, Clinton Maynard, John Gray, Oeorpe Decker, Will Jones, George Hassell, Frank Swift. All tbe Matchless Musicians. P. H. Wiseman's Solo Orchestra and Todd Ham- mond's Military band. Usual prices. Reserved seats at Miller s. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, December 12th and loth, i MATINEE, Saturday at 2. The Funniest of all the Funny Plays! The Hottest! The Best of Them All! "OUT OF A Select Company of COMEDIANS, CLOWNS, VOCALISTS, DAKCEES, ACROBATS, PANTOMIIMSTS, ACTORS, ACTRESSES AND ILLUSIONISTS. New Songs! New Dances! New Music! y, Refined Specialties! Pretty Girls! Brilliant Liglit Effects and Hits of the Day! The Celehrated Studio Scene from the "CLEMENCEATJ Regular dec ll, 12.13 Seats at .Miller's. SOLID PIECES OP" Inlaid fn the backs SPOONS At Pouts Uoat Ezpuel to Wen AITOTHEX PLATED FOUR TIMES AS HEAVY AS Standard To Wear 2B Years. m usi i urmu. MORE DURABLE THAN LIGHT' Sterling Silver AND NOT HALF THE TIMEJS UP! COME BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE "WE ABE DETER- MINED TO SELL OUR WINTER CLOTHING AT GREATLY RE- DUCED PRICES. IT IS KNOWN THAT WE KEEP THE BEST TAILOR-MADE LOTHING, THERE IS NO REASON FOR YOU TO BUY THE SHODDY CLOTHING, NOW SO EX- TENSIVELY ADVERTISED, WHEN YOU CAN BUY THE BEST GOODS AND FASHION- ABLE FITTING GARMENTS. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP! JAS. A. ANDERSON CO. 41 Whitehall Street. EACH ARTICLE IS STAMPED STEB1H6 BUI8'H. E.'" A full tine of the above goods can be seen at No. 45 Peach-tree St. DOBBS WEY CO., SPECIAL AGENTS.__________ German _..... XI> COTILLION KEXe. luncheon. Toa. Wedding aad Visiting in the latest and most approved KjLe by wltttom C. formerly with Cacnril, New York's. Orders received promptly ftttvnded toby TEETH EXTRACTED -WITHOUT PAIN. Dr. Couch extracts teeth liis new and pain- i leas process. All persona suffering from 4ecayed teeth or uuralgia shouldcall at once. Otiice I Whitehall street. Atla.Trta.6j.________ ]T The last day for paying State and County Tax is December 19th. Pay now and avoid the rush. JP. STEWART NEVER KNOWN TO FfflL Tarrsnt's Extracts of Cu- beba and the best remedy for gonorrhce, gleet [imd all disease of tbe un- iary organs. Its portable :orm, freedom from taste ;nrt epecdv action (Sre- jucntly cTiriuf; in three oi 'our days aDdalways inles timo than any other propa ration) make "Tarrant's lixtraet" the most desira- ble remedy ever manofac tared. Ail cenane ban red strip tho face of label, witu signature of Tarrant Co., New York, upon it. Price fl. Sold by all druggists. octao-'J6t sun SAMT. W. GOODE. ALBEKT L. BECK SAIL W. GOODE I CO. CHOICE Real Estate Offers. for central vacant corner lot, 105x100 feet 10-foot alley. Water, gas, sewer, belgian blocks and sidewalk in front of it paid for One block from I'eachtree. A block of fivi brick bouses on this lot would pay better ox tho investment than any renting property iu tho city. It is a great bargain. pS.OOO bnys a new, central 10-room 2-story frame residenceon lot 50x100. Faved street in front; 100 feet of electric car line and one block from First Methodist church. Every modern convenience. House cost over and would be cheap lor the lot if it were vacant. Ko other such nouse on the mar- ket at the price asked for this. for 0-room .house on level and cor- ner lot, close In on Ellis street. Water, paa and sewerage. First-class neighborhood and very centrally located. Churches, school and electric curs very convenient. for beautiful Capitol avenue lot 50x250, through to a 40-foot street, making two very desirable lots. Kltvated, nice bhado trees and lirst-class neighborhood. Dummy and street cars easy of access. Liberal terms. each for a number of very desirable lota 50x200 each, near Marietta street and Van Winkle's shops. An electric car line will KO 200 feet of these lots ana they will then be worth twice the price we now ask. Very easy terms can be arranged. a front foot for 118x190 feet to 20-foot alley on "North avenue, half a block from Weit Peach- tree- and facing Peters' park. Tlie car Una connecting Peachtree and Marietta street lines is now being laid in front of this prop- erty. It is very choice and the price is low is the price of one of the choicest homes on the Xortn side. Jt is between the two feach- trees elevated in location and in a neighbor- hood as good as the best. Tlie ib two Btories, has eight rooms, two bath rooms, hull and side verandis. Kvery modern conven- ience. Stable and servant's house on the lot, which is 75x200 to a wide alley. We can arrange liberal terms and the place IB sure to tmit one seeking a north home of its value. "Will take pleasure in showing the property at any time. for one of the most centrally located vacant lots in the city, MiSO to side alley. Can be built up to give gre.it advantage. Capital- ists seeking ceuiral property woula do well to look further into this. a front foot for lot 50x120 feet to alley, within 40U feet of the union depot and in one of our most prominent and best located busi- ness streets. On It is a well built three-story ;uid basement brick No other sucb. c-utral property on the market today. Call lor lull particulars. for three three-room houses on corner lot ol about one acre, very convenient' to Whitehall street andina locality were houses always rent well. Alley in rear of lot. pavable S500 cash and balance on lone time, for flve-room house on lot 50x112. Kented now for a month. neighborhood and churches, school and car line close by. ?lo 000 for one of the desirable homes in WCfat End Six acres with large frontage on Gordon street and 011 the dummy line, making the entire tract very accessible. Sits well and has on it a beautilul grove. New eight-room two-storv frame residence, stable, carriage nouse an'd servant's Uoiibe. Nice orchard and vineyard. Will take a well-located cottage not over m value, in part exchange, Terms can be arranged easy on balance. 86 000 for new nine-room house 011 Kast Fair street, on lot feet to alley. Also two two-room houses, and lot renting for a month. Gas, hot and cold water, very handsomely furnished throughout. Easy terms. S2.100 for corner lot 105X217U. Close to Marietta street and where it would pay well to build a number of houses for rent. A cheap lot. for a three-room house with halL Ixit 52xllG Rents for S8a month. In good neigh- borhood and convenient to Fair street school and dummy line terms. Purchase monev notes for sale at a discount. Tnev are fatriVtly first-class, as good as govern- ment bonds, and pay 50 per cent better. Cau Vacant sale on verv desiralile residence 1 T-ue city and houses wherever yott SAMUEL W. GOODE CO UVJDKB AND BY VIRTUE OF AX ORDER OF "the Court of Ordinary, of Thomas county Georgia, I will sell at public outcry, before the courthouse door in the city of Atlanta, county of tue first Tuesday in January, 1891, within tbe legal hours of sale, the following lot or uarcel of land, belonging to the estate of S. Alex ander Smith, deceased, towit: No. ont hundred and twenty-lmir, m tne (Fooitwiitn, district two hundred or lew, TATDM of tale n it A v Administrator Of S. Aiuander Kntith. V. i-ml" T
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