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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               s CONSTITUTION; ATLANTA, GA.. DECEMBER 7, 189Q. TWENTY-FOUR PAGES FINANCE AND COMMERCE, Bonds, Stoclcs a.nd Money. OFFICB, December G, Yorlt exchange selling at par STATE AND CITY BONDS Bid Asked "NewGetrgiao s toSOjears 102 "Ne v .J1 jS, 35 to 40 yeiri. 10 New Georgia 43 a, duelJIo 118 120'   115 S C Erownt. 101 102 Pivannah >s 105 107 3W U4 4.tlinti 1S9- 104 Atlanta 1904 118 Atlanta 1U Atlanta t 1 datt, II Atlanta Cs, short date 102 Atlanta 5e dite I0o 3 107 Atlanta V s 100 101 Augusta a long date llo 110'3 Macon 6s 114 a Columbus 6s 101 Rome graded 110 1: "Waterworks Cs 106 K Atlanta National o 4tlauta Banking Com] any 110 Cermania L >an arid B.inl ng Co H Merchants ISank IjO B ink of the State of ueorgia t ate Citv Na lonai 145 Capitol 125 Lowry Banking Company l IGO Atlant Trust ind BtnkinK 130 American frust ind Banking Co 102 105 Southern Banking and Trust Co Ito KAILRO4D BOND" Ceorgiaes 189" 6t- 1 UO Jl J t. a Gs iis CcntTii "t 105'a Charlotte C Iniubliind A.utusta 10S Atlanta au I Cliarlotte 1st 1-0 Atlai ta and Ch irlotte income IflQ Western of Alabama "d !Ul'a A Santa ind ilnridi 100 ri.j.11 ariflc 111 e I icid "d 80 Amir cus I re-it L in] km 1st s 110 ctt.. and N rth 10 ba-v er cus and Mont 'at 109 lumie and Carrollton 100 lAlIROAD STOCb.9 Georgia 200 202 Atlarti an t Cl ar otto 0 Southwestern 12J a ISO1; Central 1 0 Ci ntral debent ire >G Aiirji ta and savannah HO Atlanta and C811 i lit 1W Atlanta and "tt etit Point decent are 102 STOCK MAKKHT. The Day on tliw floor of the New "York Stoctt D Linber stock m irket i paniclcv ind In the two hours ot b ii tlui were transactions and de ci it I lo bf1 u all ictue 1 s although the in rltt t re ii 1 iU> narr wv character and the get w i con paiatnoK nfglccted and 01 e t tl e ma stocl Central i my material movement during the alth in h man} sold it pru much lower than tl o e ot a f e ago lliL, 01 not only showed none of lotst eien it wafa inadt on a large business at irom one foi rth to one half percent lower than last s figures There was a perieet rush of snort s ilts in il1 shocks and undoubtedly large of long stocks came upon the market, and Gould stocks were pressed for sale with o peciil visoi Ul western roads suffered After tlie Irop there wab a halt in the downward but selJiDf, was resumed and upon the Issu jf.the bank statement selling issumed the proportions of a semi panic eovered to extent in the list few minutes upon selling and succeeded in Snaking a slight rally from the lowest prices in some The close however was yet decidedly weak with most stocks at the lowest of tlie diy The important losses for the day are is follows Missouri Pacific 51 tin ion 1'aclflc 6 Rock 8 "Northwestern sugar 2 8 "West em Union St Paul 31 Atcbisou Cbicogc Lackawanna, "Northern Pacific preferred 23a Burlington 21 j Cleveland Cincinnati Chi cago and St Louis 1 8, PaciRc Mail 134 England Lake bhore ica and others smaller amounts Sales of listed 000 shares, unlisted 11 000 shares J? xchange actii e excited and weak at Money easy at last loan at 5 Sub treaBiiry laalances Com cur- rency 811 000 Governments dull but steady, 4s ISPj, 10J bid State ooncls entirely neglected the market. Receipts at the ports are not exces- sive, hut as the movement of cotton is known to be paralyzed by the stringency of tlie money mar- ket and demoralization in exchange sight is lost Of all facts bearing on tlie crop Oar commission Houses are receiving large consign inents from tlie south wliich would gladly accept were it possible to procure loans from banking institutions upon undoubted collateral The largo failure reported from New Orleans was received with feelings of great sym pathy that such an event should happen to GO re- spected a firm According to tae Chronicle the supply is now bales in excess of last year, of which CO 000 bales ire American and 000 bales greater tlian in 1885 when tlie supply of American was 2C6 000 bales smaller than now. December G The total visible sup ply of cotton for the world is ITS 981 bales, of Whicn2 5oO 181 bales are American agamst2 828 4M bales and 2 439 031 bales respectively last yea. Receipts at all interior towns 2t 8 495 bales Receipts from plantations bales Crop in 4 Sal ,91J ______ By Telojjraplt. T1VERPOOOI, December 15 p dull and in buyers favor inidaiiiigupUndsSS 1C, sales 000 bales, speculation ind expor 500 re ceiptt> 14 all A.mciican low middling clause December and January doHverv 50 Jan i aryand frebruary 5 11 04 51- 64 511 64 C 10 04 6 II f4 February ind Vairh delivery D 14 March and April delivery 5 17 64 B 1C G4 April and May delivery 5 20 64 11-C4, Miy and Juno delivery 5 22 64 j Jl C4 June and July delivery 5 24 C4 B _3 64 Julv ind August delivery B 2G 64 S 25 64 f uturets opened barely steady LIVERPOOL Jieeemuer 00 p in of Amtrif an 5 oOOhalep, uplands low middling clause December delivery 5 8 04 buyers, December an 1 January delivery 5 S 64 Januiry and Feb 5 11 C4 sel era t ebrnarj and Marrh delivery r> 14 64 March and J lt> 64 1" 64 and May delivery j 10 fe4 selleis ind Tune delivery 5 24 64 fi -2 64, June and July delnerj 64 r 64 July and Augnsc dflivciy j 25 (.4 5 2fa 64 i itures closed quiet and steady NEW YORK, easy, sales 145 bales middling uplands J 16, Orleans J34f net receipts gross 454 stock December nrm, mlrt dllng net receipts o COT bales, 5 Bales C19 stock Sj 555 NORFOLK December steady, mid dllng J net receipts 3 4CO bales gross o 460 stock o l sales 1 61, exports to continent 4 J50 BALTIMORE December dull, mid dllng net receipts mme bales, gross 1 GS? sales to spinners stock exports coastwise COO BOSTON, December qnlet and ea'ij ilddllng9T II net receipts 1 aii bales grossfbl3, ealoa none stock none, exports to Great Britain 262.. WILMINGTON, December quiet, mid dllng 8' net receipts 316 bales, gross Bales none stock 12 S64 PHILADELPHIA December quiet middling j H net receipts54 bales, STOBS34, sale" none atocko li SAVANXAH, December 6 Cotton dnll, mid dling net receipts B 843 bales gross 84.J ales 1 (i5 stock 1JT J77 esports to treat Britain l 5 coastwise 4 051 NKWORLLAN8 December mid cUing 9tn net receipts 11 bates, gross U Rales J stock 218 682 exports to J lance 4 6 o continent 10 OS1) coastwise 1 o72 MOBILE, December quiet middling netreceipca 2 bales, gro8s20o6, sales aou, tock 3L G 0 exports coastwise 1 821 MEMPHIS, December 6-Cotton steady mJd ling J net receipts 3 f 4 bales shipments 8 361 ales360y stocklJ8404 j !1: ales'1 233 stock CHARLESTON December duU to ling net receipts 2 bales gross fi ales 500, stock 54 exports to continent 1 285 3jc Cuba imitation green Nat- megs Cloves Cinnamon Allspice Jamaica gingerlSc Race7J5@ Singapore pepper ICC Mace 00 Chice good common imported Japan dairy yi 50, Virginia. 75c cream chedders lie, flats skim White fish 300 bars, 15 Mas 33 75 turpen tine CO bars GO Ibs -S2 tallow, 60 bars 60 Ins, S225ff2J30 Candlea Paratme lie. star 10 Matches 4008 00 300s 2003 5 gross bullc 5c, 110 packages cases assorted its J3 tts soda butter 6fec XXX pearl oyster 6c, shell and excel- sior 7c, lemon cream 9c XXX ginger cornUillsa stick Frenca mixed 121 c Canned goods Condensed mine SGOO'SSOO imitation inackerel S3 001 salmon con age -5 celluloid 6-500 Picfcleifpl' Suit's SI OOffl 40 quoits SI 50011 so :ifle kegs lj kegs 1. kegs SI 65 Shot G5 iv sack BX'WYORK, December options closed steidy and tmrhinged to Ij points down Decem 10 lanuary May 15 Rio dull and nominal, fair cargoes J Ai Sugar, raw quiet and eal fair to good refining 411 It, oentrifngal refined steady and quiet C 1 16 3 J6, extra C white do G A mould standard A 0 1 1C, confectioners A i 4, cut loaf and crushed G34, powdered gvanu lated 6 cubes C14 foreign nominal, 50- NewOrleans ind quiet, openket- tle common to fancy quiet andsteiwly, domestic fair Japan NEW ORLEANS, December 0-Coffee dull but steady Rio cargoes common and prime Sugar active ind Louisiana strictiy urime to choice 3 ID ld.a.4 prime good lair to fully fair good common to common centrlfagalsplan- tation granulated 5 11 off do choice wnite 0 gray white 4 13 off white choice yellow clarified lo 1C prime do 4 Mo lasses Louisiana open kettle strong, choice to fancy 31 good prime strictly prune "il prime 2.xa2G good common to good fair centrifugals dull and lower strictly prime 17, good prime 20 prime common to good common 8 a 9 Louisiana syrup Sice steady Louisiana ordinary to good .r '4 Provisions. ATT ANTA December rib sides boxed 6c ice cund bellies Sugar cured hams Hfo-lSc according to brand and average C ill forma "1 c canvassed shouldeis 8c breakfast hacon 10r leaf 8yc, leaf 4ytc rclincd Gc MBW YORK, December C Pork quiet and steadv new mess 00, extra prime @13 00 Middles dull and easy short clear 6.00 Lard dull and lower western steam spot 6 CO, city steam D6j, options, December 690 bid, May 6 60 CHICAGO, December quotations wem, as follows Mess pork 00 a.8 25 Lard 5 ore Short nbs loose 4 00a600 Dry salt shouldersboxed 4 62> a, short clear sides boxed C 30 CINCINNATI, December weak at 00 Lard weak current make 5 60 a 5 60 Bulk meats weak short ribs Uacunwmk, short clear b 50 BANKERS AND MADDOXTRUGKER CO., BANKEBS, Transact a general banking business. interest bearing certificates of deposit, payable on demand, as follows Vonr per cent if left sixty days Four and a half per cent If left ninety days. Five per cent ix left four months. Individual liability, fin col tf r LOANS! Dealing through the American Investment Com pany, of Iowa, and New York city, lam prepared to ml all choice applications for FARM OR CITY LOANS in Georgia, Alabama or Florida promptly. Low rates and no delay PRANK B. GREGG, Room 20, Gate City Bank building, Atlanta, Ga un col_____ AUGTJSTA, December quiet, mid ling netreceipts i b58 bales CHICAGO Ala Claee A 2 to C do Class It 5s Ga s mortgage do 4s P C con Brown Tennessee 6s Tennessee 5s Jaenn settlem'tSs "V irgtma Gs Virginia consols Chicago and N W do preferred Del and Look Erie East Tenn new Louisville Nash Memphis Char Mobile Ohio Chat O Pacificist N Y Central N fk Western pre >i or them Pacific do preferred Pacific Mail Reading Rich Alleirhanv Rich W P Rock Island St Paul do preferred Texas Pacific Tenn Coal dfc Iron Union Pacific N J Central iaeouri Pacific- "Western Union Cotton Oil trust Brunswick Mobile Ohio 4s Silver certificates ttx dividend 51 tOffered. rights? "Weekly Bank Statement "VEW YOKE December 6 following is the statement of the associated banks for the week ending today Reserve decrease o Loans increase 1821400 Specie decrease liCgal tenders increase Deposits deurease Circulation decrease 8800 Banks now hold S2 less tbanltlie leral re qmrements of the 25 per cent rnle THE COTTON MAKKETS. CONSTITUTION OFFICE ATLASTA December 6 1890 Below we give the opening and closing quota Uons of cotton futures In New York today December January February Opening 9 0 08 033IJJ ApriT May July AajmBt September 0 9 ST Closed barelv steady, Bales bales. The following the statement at the consoll- dtttednet receipts, eiports and Block 9 9 73 _____________ eatorday Monday f Tnesday Wednesday Thursday t rrtday i I 1890 I 1889 39210 657153 C8-2M 37319 2086t9l 39210 The following are the closing quotations of tn- ture cotton in Saw Orleans today January FBtrnarr March April rleana today S8 July 902 AUgnst 9 IB September 923 October 949 944 910 87S December Closed quiet and steady, sales 20 an bales. quiet, middling9 The following 13 our table of receipts and Receipts Beceipts previously gj Total fatock September i 1300 84872 Grand total chipped previously Total _u Stock on Habbsird. Price Co.'a Clredar. YORKi December from abroad vreW in aances feeling; of distant which is markets and Joss of 3 points in cansed a f decline here, apon near touched ta. of the Speculative Movement In Groin and Provisions. CHICAGO, DecemberG financial sitnatio i 'as not more reassuring than before and was n overshadowing Influence upon all speculative larkets "Wheat closed ]ower its bc and provisions were also sharply lowet The leading futures ranged as follows m Chi cago toda> Opening Highest. JO 00 Naval Stores. December Turpentine steady at 3f rosin firm strained 10, good strained SI 15 tar farm at jo crude turpentine nrm, hard SI 20 yellow dip 90, virgin SI 90 JTEW YORK, December Rosin steady and quut common to good strained 50, pentine dull CHARLESTON December Turpentine firm at St. rosin quiet good strained SI 20 SAVAVN4JH December Turpentine firm at 30, rosin firm at gl ..OeDl Fruits and Confections ATT December 6 Apples Choice S5 50 00 bbl S6 50 Oranges 1 lor ida -l Coco-muts 5c Pineapples fc.: 00 doz Bananas Selected 50 New California 75 y, 5 M boxes 30L Currants Lee TAMES W ENGLISH, President W J VAX (J DYKE, Vice President. EDWARDS PRATT, Cashier, JOHN K. OTTLEY, Assistant Cashier AMERICAN TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY, Atlanta Ga. Capital STOO 000 James W English, W P Intnan, M C Kiser, George W Blaon, Philadelphia, Edwads C Peters S C Dunlap, Gainesville, P H. Harralson. J R. Grav, R J Lowry New York correspondent American Exchange National Bank. Authorized to do a general banking and ex change business, solicits accounts of banks, bus! ness nrms and individuals Tnis corporation is also especially authorized to act aa trustee for corporations and individuals, ta countersign and register bonds, certificates of etock and other securities HUMPHREYS CASTLEMAK, 13 East Alabama Street BONDS AND STOCKS Bought and Sold. _____________________ dlj top CAPITAL CITYBANi OF ATLANTA, GA Geo VT Parrots. President CAPITAL AND __ Indl C A. Collier Vice Presiflent. Liability Same as banking busmen Commercial pa National er disroomei BILLS OF EXCHANGE Iraw interest at the rite of per annnm cent pel annnm if left six months. per cent annum h The Atlanta Trust and BankingCoid Corner Pryor and Alabama Streets. I A general Banking business transacted MY GOODb JOSEPH THOMPSO Distiller and Wholesale Liquor Dealer! For Sole Agent ACME OI.I> T-OKRESTFR f MAEYXAJfD CtUBj Direct Importer Of a pc TTrn ClARET fWE hACTEENESJ SWSOMOO. lam prepared to negotiate loans to this amonnt on improved farms and citv property at very low rates If you wish to secure a loan on your erty apply at once to Thomas Willingham, Attor ney at Law, Office Hillyer building, cor Alabama and Broad street. Atlanta, Ga. j9 dly 1 i s 1 December May December May December May December Uay December May December May 11 3.% 4 "i 5 80 soo 11 40 550 b 421 4 eo 68 1 8J 800 11 10 4 5 -1 The Petroleum Market. NEW YORK December The petroleum mar ket opened weak oil pressure to sell in all lots but after this selling was exhausted the market be came dull and remained so until the Cl >se Open High Low Close Pennsylvania spot Janmry option 6j 64 R fi4 Luna oft 11 ]i u oxe horn 2Lc Nuts Almonds Ifac pecans Brazil 15e filberts llV-c walnuts 16c 1 1. irgmia faucj band picked ,c, North Carolina fancy Country Produce ATLANTA December 6 _ Eggs 23c Bat Wcsteni creamery choice Tennes- see othei grades u1 c Live poultry liens 30c young chickens large small 12 Drehiecl Turkeys ducks IJG chickens Irish potatoes bbl Sweet potatoes DOc p' bushel Honey Strained in tlie comb Onions 50 p bbl Cabbage P1 ft AJmeria grapes, jfl Ib pacjkagea 60 Private Wile TeleBTana to Haas QHICAGO December 6 The cont nueil depression in financial circles liad a further de moralizing effect on oui market today Grain of all kinds as well as provisions broke badlv Tlie weakness isesi eclally noticeable m cash and mere options and it is ery hard to find money lenders who are willing to advance money except ar ex cessive rates of discount While not desiring to Influence anybody to sell out their holdings mnst say that as long as this financial scare lasts it is unreasonable to expect prices to be mam tamed Corn and oats suffered least of any of the speculative article" as the stocks are not liige and the bears have been caught so olten that they still stand aloof Wlitat broke materially today from last night s close but nnalH clostd cent higher than low point "We still have faith in that cereal at present prices were verj weak and demoralized all day It is very hard indeed to sell iny kind of hog produi e for Januarv delivery cxcej t at a sacrifice We would idvise pirties who money to invest to buy some one of the numerous articles which are now selling 1 elow rheir actual value using due cautitns not to create any in debtedness which may cause them to lie iwake o nights should the nnincial pressure continue The first export of gold been bought m London and will soon be on the wa> hero >Ve conuider this the keynote to a better feeling in financial circles __ LAMSONJJKOS Co CHAIRS. 2OO Children's Chairs, 5Oc. 30O Children's Chairs. 75c. 3OO Children's Chairs, 2OO Children's Chairs, Rhodes Haverty Fur- niture Go._____________ A MODEL HOME SOUTH PRYOR STRELT-PRACTICALLY built handsome in style and finish comprising ery convenience of arrange incuts that the architect c mid ise "Vestibule artistic tibng- cemented wine cellar cedar closets' elaborate gib fixtures hot and cold water electnc annunciators throughout etc Only 37 -50 for a limited time KLCH TURJUAfc dec" let fip "So 2 Iviraball House FARM LOANS 8 PER CENT NET TO LENDERS 2j YEARS EXPERIENCE. 15 Tears in Iowa, and 1O Years in Georgia and Three Million Dollars negotiated without loss of a dollar Loans of to 000 on hand for Bile almost any day from October to May I will be glad to submit copies of applications for loans to investors at any time for consideration, and will consider It a favor to be asked to do so either by mail or Jn person C P N BARKLR Room 32 Traders' Bank Building, Atlanta. flLL LEHDINS BRHKD3 CHflMPflGNES KEPT IN; Imported Cigars received monthly Have a full line of Fine Domestic TVmes. Anhauaer liosii Beer JOSEPH THOMPSON 21 AND 23 KIMBALL HOUSE. april G diy__________ OF GEORGIA. V Time Card 111 eflect November 19, 1890 A-tl'ntatol'lorida No WANTED All parties desiring to borrow money in largo amounts and for long time, at reasonable interest rates to call and talk me at my office 13 East Alabama street or after business hours at my room, 90 Walton street t am prepared to handle applications promptly and satisfactory D E SAYRt npv 11 d-6m fin pagel SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS Timber Land bougnt ana sold in Georgia Ala bama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas Invest ments made for capitalists Lands examined. Timber estimated and valued W H HOWCOTT Dealer in Timber Lands, 192 Common Street New Orleans, La 0236m W. H. PATTERSON, Dealer in Investment Securities, SSEast Alabama street. Room 7. Gate City Bank Building CONSTITUTION OFFICE, AXLA-JT v, December C 1690 Flour. Gratii and Meal HITf YORK, December Flonr southern weak and dull common to fair extra S3 90 to choice S4 35. Wheat spot unsettled a ing weak and dull 2 red in elevator tions opened easier and the close shows weakness all around on nncas> reports from financial circles No 2redDecemberl02 January February 104i4 Corn spot higher irregular and dnll, rtos nig weak, 2 6i m elevator, options advanced i on email snpphes but became reacted Vsfli" closing weak, Decem her 03 JanuarjC2V Ctots, spot firmer but dnll option, firmer but quiet, December 50 A MayW, No 2 spot 49i-ffijO'A. mixed 1' PS dUU December First natent ?ateS' S5 eitri sdfiS Coni-No 2white bo 2mixedu9c Choice timothy, large bales, 8jc, 1 tlmotliy bales SOc, choice tiraothj small bales timothy small bales 85c, >o J timothy sinaU bales 70c Meal-Plain bolted heat Large sacks 20 small sacks SI 20 Cot- BAITIMORE December Flonr firm How- superfine 53 00 as (360ig440 family 84 Wgs 00 city milla Rio iiranos jxtrass 00S5 20 "Wtieat, southern qulat B9i longberry western dnll 2 red wintern spot and December 331. a Jl. Com, south ern firm, white yellow EtTJjj oats 42 CTSCniKATI, December in moderate emanir, family fancy beat scarce and linn, So 2red 97 GLEET, Catarrh and Hay Fever SEND FOE. PAMPHLET A- D. FLAGQ, M. 3D. KOOM 42 OLD C UTTOI. BUILDING octs a, F BOX 104' to loan. Large loans 7 New issues of bonds wanted. F.W. Miller Co., No. 22 a Pryor St. .___________________________dec 2 dly fin .col DARWIN G. JONES. 41 Ertfad St cor Alabama St., Atlanta Ga. STOCKS, BONDS, LOANS, INVESTMENT SECURITIES Correspondence invited in regard to all kinds of Soutliernjnyestments ________________8 28 ly THOMSON DOISTNAJST, General Land, and Claim Agents P O BOX 764, AUSTIN, TES. References furnished when required Atlanta ArGriuIn Ar Macon Jnnc Ar Macon Lv Macon Lv Bfacon June Ar Albany Ar Thomasvillo Ar Waycrosg Ar Brunswick Ar Jacks on ville 7 20pm 90Jpin 1110pm 2oOpm 540pm 215pm 4 00pm 700pm "08pm 11 30pm 6-IOam 830am No 14 1255pi 400pm 409pm Slflpi Pullman cars on No 12 to Jacksonville JACKSOVVILLL TO ATLANTA Lv Jacksonville Lv Brunswick Lv "Waytroas Lv Thomasville Ar Albany Ar "Macon Lv Macon ArGnflm Ar Atlanta l 1 4J5pm 54Qpii] o 16am Ivo 11 630pm G COpra Pullman 11 to Atlanta. 530pm 555pm 8J2pm ATLANTA TO SAV-USTNAH Lv Atlanta Lv Griifan Ar Macon Lv Macon Ar Savannah ___ Ar Jacksonville I 8 30am 7 20pm 9 Ojpm 11 10pm 11 30pm 630am 1200 m Palace sleeping cars on "So 4 to Savannah, Pull man annah to Jacksonville SAA AITVAH TO ---------------------1 No l Jacksonville Lv Savannah Ar Macon Ar Griffin Ar Atlanta GSQpm; 400pm 54Opm 1 00pm 8 10pm Pullman cars Jacksonville to Sa vannah, Palace sleeping cars Savannah to Atlanta. ATLAJSTA TO COLLMBUb VIA CrRIl i IN No 1----------- Lv Atlanta Ar Griffin Lv Griffin Ar Columbns 400p-n 4 Ijpm "jOnnr Through coach Atlanta and Columhut on'Nos 1 and 12 All Trains above run Daily liarnesville accni v Atlanta 5.20 p m ar BarnebTille 7 jQ p m Time card for ille trains can be obtained irom ___ SAME WEBB Trav Pass Ygent. H.S McCLESKY Pass Agent, 11 Kiuiball House Atlanta Ga GT CHARLTON Geni Pass Agt Savannah Ga The last day for paying1 State and County Tax is December 19th. Pay now and avoid the rush. A. P. STEWART, nov 30   p in 4 W a m 1 j p m 2 a m 11 a m U 0 p m J -Ij a m 10 -j p m C 25 a JO p a in 7 5 a in 5 50 a m 10 10 a 15 p alatka St c Lea'% -ij a m 10 p m to p m Atlanta   except s IB ao 65-aa lllipa I cave Atlanta (city tiiuoj Arrive Gatnpsville (city time) Arrive Lula (citv time) T ___________RAILBOAP' J Ixjave Atlanta (city time) 1 A.mve_ithens (city time) u; No fromlula LO 50 arrives from ashinrtra "Si j> 52 arrives from_WashmctoP. No 53 Wednesda> and Saturday forli] Pullman Sleeptnjr-Car SB 50 has Pullman Sleeper Uw lanta ISo 52, Polman Sleeper Wasliiagtei leans and Washington to 3So w, Poilman Sleeper Atlanta Iso 53, Pullman SleeperItew Orkwi' ic D C aodBirmuigtam to Tickets sale at Union Ticket Ofia 13 Kiraball house JAS L TAYLOR, LUMcCEWIt Gen 1 Pass Dir Waahinpton, D C- C i. n GEOUdlA PACIFIC DIVJWOS The compietion ot tMs important ttow to Greenville and Arkansas City m ttf >i river gives the southeastern stain short line to the west, southwest All under one management tram D C to the MissibSipDi nver lovember 1S93 ,v Atlanta Austel I ithi i top lailap >oaa .r AJ t ton .r Binning m est Point inona Greenwood Green i lie Ttirmingham" AT Tupelo Ar Ho ly Spring Ar Memphis Ar Little Rock Ar Sprmgfleld Ar KjUibAa Citj Trains arrive and depart fr >m union depots in Macon and 1 alatka an I t depot at J Bouville Pullman sleeping care on nicht trains Connection northbound and southbound is made in Macon with trains of Central and t. T V G railroads A C KKAPF Traffic Manager J T HOGUE General Passenger Agent r J HAPRIS HENRY BU1USS C T and P A 51G Mulberry St Macon Ga Ticket Agent I men Depot SRPEI JR" Agent c Kimball Block Atlanta, Ga. P -HL r P A. L C C T A RICILVRD Agent Lnion Depot Palatka JAMES MENZIE3 Southeastern Agen, 98 West Bay street Jacksonville, la THE SEWING MACHINE MANUFACTURERS OF THE WORLD MADE AND SOLD. Now OFFER THREE ENTIRELY DIFFERENT New Family Sewing Machines. OSCILLATOR, VIBRATOR, 'AUTOMATIC Machines will be delivered at any point fm of expenses We recently opened HandKomel? Av- pointed Booms at 385 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Girr, where can be seen a Taree and -varied line of Special Manufacturing nes, in practical operation Bog ant, [neat ad Msiie CABINET WORK. WITH NEW PATENTED STAND. And all the latest Attachments AMD MODERN IMPROVEMEITS. State yon SBW oar advertisement In the AGgadcL Consti'ution when you write ns. Ar Ar Mend an Ar New Orleans Ar Jacks m Ar K-arg Ar Shrei ej ort n WN tl c t 00 p in roin 1 west N jl 8 JO a m I rom local Ao u Pullman TVashinprton IJ C and out change on and betwepn Atlantaat d RFCLININCrCllAIL.____ phis and Kansas City without withj2 and bet JB ,oot si S EL Gen. Pas A- Birmmsham Aia. On the StU of Jnly, we will also open at 929 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY, an Art Display Itoom whe-e will be exhibited beantllul and artistic samples of Home and Art Decoration All are cordially invited to give us a calL THE SINGER General nffirnc fnr fhn E- BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. aoiienti unices TOr uio oouin 1 iaa CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. CHAIRS, 200 Children s SOc. 3OO Children s 75c. 3OO Children s 200 Children s Rhodes Haverty niture Co_ PPvINTING TYPE CASES. Perfect LIBERAL SOUTHERN.PRlIERSj   

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