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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE CONSTITUTION ATLANTA, GA.1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. 189O.-TISN RECITALS. XL- Af ,r of the Business Mnat a Model i Botfc In Tffuntal and there are attached so many perils are coupled with that of a 1 engine01" no other pursuit is tbe combination 1 perfection, nervo, daring and m- w essential 13 the rnest responsible man tram, on every trip he are confided to bis hvos of human beings. ar V be a man of sobei steady habits, and a nerve of iron He a master to thoroughly un- n the animated met Immsm under his He must e an iron constitution 400 irregular hours, the nights of 1 tlie heavy draughts, to which he is !3T d In of accident he is always d M remain at his post so long as there ability of saving the lives confided to ort a first-class locomotive engineer is J4 Dehorn tbe highest respect should i erage yearly earnings of engineers om to 32 500 and the engineer 4 !belf cheio even at the latter figure. j33_ued into kind i mar wood and old scrap-iron A another time Krog came within an ace of iwimjt full speed with a lull tram upon a Pacollet creek, just beyond vn-vaabarg, is a small, narrow stream, but stretched a verj high and long coaibi- fl bridge Some of the beams near the merol the bridge had become kindled by hot cinders and were blaz- mcrnly away when the bridge iman discovered them Jerking out bib as --ce lie was horroi-struck to find that i uh bound train was almost due t. that point iii ly grabbing his red lantern he ran up itv -i m tbe direction oi the oncoming tn. i about 400 feet, placed his Ucht in the Y of the track and hurried back, to con- 3 is work of quenching the now briehtl> 11 fire On came Krog at the rate of forty hour He waa on the alert and saw t, but supposed it was the watchman n tho track M though be immediately jji on the air-brakes and reversed the Jppr is struck the light and the train's mo- wn i waa not completely stooped unttl the AJmd here the tracks joined again, crowded pound of steam, and the hery steed se-i faster oefore in it? exist- He got there all the same, and the tl 11nch had never slackened its speed, itself justat the DJ pome The were piled pell-mell J ot eic' other, bat out of tho forty or u heiiiierb not-i person received so much lias inadvertently sent sirteen men to 'onq; homes, casualty happen- 111 Jt night He onco ran a crazy i fellow who roamed the wood ab3isted 011 whatex'er he could pick up. not made aware of the mishap untit, ta' burning nesh, he stopped the en- frh' i d investigated, his search revealing a nun 'eg ,n jje ,ra. w ran the engine back, and fountl the e man three milea behmd. eanng bouth Tiger one night, at there is a bridge 140 feet high, he ily startled by seeing the watchman h-a sentry box, with his hand before and attempt, to clear the track. His on the left of the road, hvos A tramp was struck and hoisted one night and the train was immediately stopped And thft supposed dead man carried to the bag- gage cir He had not lain there fifteen minutes before be astounded the train ban da bj to his feet and ottering to tight any one present for the price of a g1ass of whisky. Ho was allowed to doimrt at the next station Krog got tangled up in a rear-end collision on the Atlanta and Went Point, near Long one dark night He says that tbe word "te escone" is the most fitting term to apnly to what happened that man can cars went Into four, and plowed tneir way so completely through that tbe two trains made one The most, terrible accident in which Krog figured, occurred on the Western of Alabama, on the night of March The Kwlsapread when neur the ninety-sixth mile post, and the engine, tender and four cars turned bottom upward. Krog was caught by his engine and soverelycrushedandinjured internally He has a well man since He brought suit against the railroad, and after a bard fight, during several courts were re- sorted to, the verdict of which he ob- tained was sustained, and every cent was ultimately paid over.J Krog netted bis lawyers receiving the remainder Since the accident that drove him from tbe bnsmesa he haa been unable to work more than six months all told. In speaking of the event be says. "I would give them back their ana more oa top of it could I but in return the good, sound body I had one minute before I was turned over Krog has nguied in seten or eight turnovers and three collisions, and haa killed sixteen men on tbe track, and to his credit, be it said, tn no single instance was the Bllghest blame attached to him He was always tbe same careful, calculating, faithful worker, and were be in shape to go on the road again could obtain a position inside of twenty-four hoars Here is a railroad story which is related by an Atlanta man. who, however, deprecatmgly waves aside the immortality which would at icb to the publication of bis name in con- nection uas handling the throttle on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fa in he eatd "I had a fast express and was Bearing the town of Fort Worth one day tn May of that year. We were behind our schedule and w fire pushing the old steam boss for all we were worth So fast were we traveling that the telegraph poles looked like the prongs ou a fine tooth comb. "We were just rounding a long cune, when suddenly I spied a little child pi-wing on the track not over 600 feet ahead. Wo ilways carried a stout leathern lasso, 'made fust to the tender. Without more ado I grabbed that lasso, and with a single throw circled it -vround a telegraph pole My act threw tho engine and seven cars from the track and tiie little killed 300 passengers Passenger 'engineers, as a rule, consider themselves better off than as freight engineers, as one of them expressed it tbe other day "The speed of the train has nothing to do with tlie liability to accident. Tbe freight engineer handles fifty cars where the other controls but five A long, heavily-loaded freight train is alw ays liable to break in two or more parts, in w Inch event a wreck always results Again, the freight man has nothing but a lot of green hands on top of the cars, who are ahi ays getting him into trouble A passenger engineer has none of these diihcultiea to contend with. An- other and the principal thing against the freight engineer, is that he is traveling on everybody schedule, while the passenger man has his own time-card, aud, as a rule, iiuds no difficulty keeping witbm its limits. THE TRINITY CONCERT GRADY CORNER STOKE TO JBJF X4XD OS" TAX! OF C EM BE JR. Tint Anniversary of the to See tne Hospital Under Way- Colonel TVatterson Invited. Be Presented Brilliant Event. The entertainment to be given at Trinity church tonight for the benefat of the piano fund and West Side mission promises to be a grand success 1 he sale of tickets has been exceedingly flattering It is needless to linger on the merits of the programme, the finest talent in the city has been engaged. It will be one of the moat delightful affairs the season See programme in another column. Ticttets onty 25 cents_______ PERSONS who lead a life of exposure aresub- ject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago and will and a valuab.e remedy in Dr J H McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, it will ban- ish pain and subdue inflammation PALPITATION of the heart, nervousness tremblings, nervous headache, cold hands ant feet, pain in the back, and other formi ut weak- ness by Carter's Iron Pills, made pecially for the blood, nerves and complexion. Supreme Court of Term 1S9O. Order of circuits, with the number of cases re- maining undisposed of Cherokee 3 ratonla Rome 22 Southwestern 14 Coweta c ......11 Flint 6 Southern .1 ffee U Oconee .....6 Micon .....3C Brunswick. Chattahoacnee 12 PROCEEDINGS YESTERDAY. Cases of the Cnerofcee circuit Taylor v Street. Dismissed Kiue v State Argued. W. R. Kankin, E. J. KlkerandT C Miliicr for plaintiff in error G. N tester, attorney general, A. W Fite, solicitor and A Cantreil, contra Crawford v Glasgow Argued M R. Stansell, for plaintiff in error. Harris, contra State Argued J A Baker, by brief, for plaintiff in error A. W Fite, solicitor Railway Co v Shell The Grady hospital coiner atone will laid Tuesday, December the 23d. The first anniversary of Mr. Grady'a death. And the ceremonies will be impressive and entertaining to all -who knew the journabtt or whom the hospital was named. The entire programme for the day bas not teen arranged, but a committed composed ox Grady's warmest fneiidfl is now working upon it The joint committee on the hospital con- ened in the mayor's office yesterday after- noon to start the work. Hon. Joe Hirsch, chairman, and Hon. Al- bert Ho well, of the general council committee, Mayor Hon. W. A. Hemphill, Dr. A. "W. Calboun, Captain J "W. English, Mr Samuel M Inman, Captain. Kobert J. Lowry and Captain Mil ledge of the citizens' committee were in attendance. Chairman Hirsch gave the committee a verbal report ol tbe financial condition, ag that about was needed to complete id equip the building. "This, he remarked, "will not prevent us from laying the corner stone on uhnstmas day. The contractors are now down hard work and are piling tbe basement up nicoly Captain English nrged tbe necessity of se- curing as quicklj as possible the amount yet wanted. 'Let eacb one of he said, "work dili- gently to raise that money. I think if we were to get together and each one would select a few gentlemen to whom could make an appeal, we could secure all we need But do you think, Captain asked Mayor Glenn, "that we could lay tbe corner stone Christmas "I think so, I know nothing in tbe way of answered Captain English. "We ought to have some good Bald Mayor Glenn. That's remarked Captain English "but we need one who will help us out. The best speech of that kind I ever heard was by the late Jndge Loohrane. He bad been invited to address a meeting at tho opera bouse, and had been selected because It was thought that hiseloqueuce would assure tbe neople and make them open their pocket- books. Jndge Lochrane began by notifying the- people that they would be called upon to give." Then he shoved bis fingers into bis vest pocket and, culling out a roll of bills, said: 'I'll just start it with this.' "This act waa infections, and the money was quickly raised. That's tbe kind of speaker we want." the matter with you for the orator, asked Captain Lowry, addressing Mayor Glenn "Of coarse, aa mayor, I shall have to make a short answered Mr. Glenn, "but I meant the orator of the day when I spoke. Governor Kortben would be the man the mayor continued after a brief pause, "Henry Watterson." "I doubt the wisdom of selecting Christmas remarked Major Hemphill "So do said Captain Lowry. "Every- body will want to be borne on that day, and I dtrabt very much whether Mr. Watterson would accept on that day." "It occurs to said Mr. Inman, "that Mr Watterson would be the man. He and Mr. Grady were brother journal- ists, and he was one of Mr. warmest friends and greatest admirers." "I remarked Captain Milledge, "that we first settle the day." "Have you decided to have ifc on Christmas day asked M ayor Glenn of tbe chair- man. "That was the which Mr. Grady was laid to said Chairman Hirach. "I think another day would suit re- marked Mr. Inman. "I move tbe stone be said Major Hemphill, "on tho 23d That waa the day on which Mr Grady died The motion prevailed A committee waa then appointed, witb Mr. Hirsch as chairman to perfect the programme. It is composed of Major Hemp- hill, Mayor Glenn, Captain Milledge, Captain Lowry aud Dr Calhonn The committee at once issued an invitation to Hon John S Davidson, grand master of Georgia, to be present Colonel Watterson was tbe choice of the committee for orator and Major Hemphill was instructed to write the distinguished Keutuclcian and ask him to be present Major Hemphilrs letter to Colonel Watter- son road ATI.ASTA, Oft December 10 Henry Wat- teraon Editor Courier Journal, Louisville, Ky. Sir The corntr stone of the Graoy hos- will be laid in this city an December 33d. I d.ve been requested liy the committee to write and aste yon to make the address on that occ islon. We know the nigh esteem in which you held Mr. Gridy, and his friends wiH appreciate it if you will accept and make this address Please wire me your reply. Yours truly, STILSON, JEWELER. BB WHITEHALL. ST. Reliable Goods. Fair Dealing. Bottom Priced. n QEI BUNK BOOKS. LEDGERS JonmfUs, CMS Boott, RINTING Electrupymgt etc., of JAS. P. HARRISON CO., (THE FHAXKUH FOBUSHINa State Printers, Atlanta, Ga. m before placing yonr orders. THIS "Everybody's Friend." After a lone journey of inquiry and examina- tion he decided to make 3 Whneball street hla headquarters, where he found and you all will find a stock of goods suitable for desirable Xmas presents Beauty e imbined witii utility and at prices to please young and old TUB stock con slbts of Children's Boys' and Men's Suits, Over- ooats, rants, Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Handkerchiefs In linen and silk, the latest novel- ties in Neckwear, Bilk embroidered buspenders. Gloves and Umbrellas Any of these articles will make a desirable and usef ul Xmas present and our goods and prices will prove satibfactory. EISEMAN IIEIL, One-Price Clothiers, Furnish- ers and Hatters, 3 WHITE HALL ST. First Clothinc House on 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 If you are looking for a Child's Suit or Overcoat, don't fail to come in. Men's Suits and Over- coats in all grades. Prices JAS. A. ANDERSONS CO guaranteed low as lowest. GEOBGE MUSE, the Clothier, too col-7p 38 Whitehall street1; We give below prices for clothing that com- petitors will have to meet or get left. Every one knows we keep the best and we intend to give our patrons the ben- efit: Men's suits last wuckTmce 24 00 now IB DO AM USEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE; 'Wednesday and Thursday, 1 December 10th and lltb. Matinee Thorsdayat2. A. O. FIELD tt CO '8 OPERATIC MINSTRELS! Elegant, EeBned, Original Mammoth European Adjunct, including the CradocB, The Mlunanl Xroupo of Medieval Imported Imro ralfy. The Great Boat Kaee. All the Great Comedians. Al G. Field, Billy Van. Tommy Donnelly, John Jlorrissey, George Hassel, Bob All the Agile Dancers. Eddie Horan, James Kennedy, Diamond Bro- thers, Willis Casey, Fred Jackson, S. Morgan, D. McCabe, Billy Smith, Fred Bunnell. AU tbe Superb Sinters. The Biiou Quartette, Clinton Maynard, Gray, Georire Decker, Will Jones, George Hassell, Frank Swift. All the Matchless Musicians P. H. Wiseman's Solo Orchestra and Todd Ham- mond's Military band. Usual prices Reserved seats at Miller s. Men'a BUlta last weekpnce Men's suits last week price Men's suits last week price Y'th's and Boys' s'ts last wees price Tths' and Boys' s'ts last week price Tths' and Boya' s'ti last -week price Tibs' and Boys' s'ts last weefc price B'ts last week price Children's s'ts last week price Children's B'ts last week price Children's last weet price Children's s'ts last week price Men's Overcoats last w'k price Men's Overcoatslast w'fc price Men's Overcoats last w'k price and 20 00 now 15 00 18 00 now 1200 15 00 now 19 00 IB 00 12 00 "10 00 18 00 now IS 00 now lOOOnow 10 00 now 8 00 now 7 00 now 5 00 now 4 00 now 24 00 now 20 00 now 15 00 now 700 7 SO 6 00 6 00 3 50 2 60 18 00 IB 00 1000 FIUDAY AND SATURDAY, December 12th and 13tli. MATINEE, Saturday at 2. nnn E W 7n DR. BOWES CO The Funniest of all the runny Plays' The latest! The Best of Them All 1 "OUT OF A Select Company ol COMEDIANS, CtOWKS, VOCAUSTS, DANCBBB, ACROBATS, PANTOJinMSTS, ACTOES, ACTRESSES AND ILLUSIONISTS New Songa! New Dances 1 Kew Music 1 Refined Specialties 1 Pretty Crirls! Brilliant Light Effects and Hits of the Dayl The Celebrated Studio Scene from the "CLEMENCEAU CASE'" Regular Prices Seats at Miller's. dec SUNDAY, December 14th. 1VEDNESDAY, December 17ta. Boys' and Children's overcoats at your own price. Pants for men and boys will be sold at a re- duction of 25 per cent. In fact, all winter goods at prices that defy competi- tion. We will not limit you in quan- tity, but will all you wishat above prices. JUS. A. ANDERSON CO. _ 41 Whitehall Street. A. P. TRIPOD, Artists' Supplies, Materials for all kinds of painting, drawing, eta plain and fancy easels, novelttea for decoration, MAHUFACTOBEE EflDY MIXED PAINTS, WHITE LEflD. ETC 62 and 64 Marietta Street. Factory 331 Decatur Street__________________ PRINTING PRESSES, TYPE CASES. STANDS, INK, ETC. Perfect Goods, Bottom Prices LIBERAL TERMSl SOUTHERN PRINTERS' SUPPLY CO.. 34 W. Alabama St., Atlanta, sell Cotistitutlota, and relar wMk Ur GOODE ALBERT L. BECK h. ko sni ft. tt i Bit t lor F W, was obliged to station ___ im the right of the engineer's side of a Krog shouted to him but an instiUit 13 had reached the other side the 1 ruck him and knocked him oVer 200 t hen picked uj> Me was extinct, and a sound bone was found in his body. that he Lad been asleep in hiB i boms; partially awakened by the 1' ne whistle, mvofaatanly attempted en he had performed many times ight he knocked a sleeping tramp ich he had built to warm, him- ast seen of him he was making with his clothin.2 all ablaze a welthy man withm sight of on the Atlanta and West Point. ic man was on his way back and lain down on the track oi numerous potauaos. "irjletely severed from mh a.-era that the voxked loc ball ftn .d with the feline nine E J. Kiter and H. J. J McCamy, for plaintiff in error. A W. Fite, solicitor general, contra. Loiran T. Western Atlantio Railroad Co Anrued. J. M. Neel and T C miner, for plaintiff. O. N. btarr and R. J McCamy. for defendant. Wade T Wlaenant Argued ftladaox Long- ley, by brief, for plaintiff ifi error H. J McCamy and Trammell Starr, contra. Adjourned to Monday, 23d Instant, nnlels booner convened_________ General Debility One by one the great generals of the day have passed away, but there is one general is ever with Debility is his name He Is no respector of persons or of agfi or of sex He on the vounp, and in on unfair tight with old ago, comes off victor He is constantly battling with good health, and his del cht is to maRe mankind miserable His weapons are a lame back, an aching side, weak kidneys inactive poor digestion, non-assimilation of food, extreme ousness. un TOrsal lassitude, short bioith, unnamrAl Fatieue etc Houerer, he is not to be feared He easily disarmed oy a use ot Dr John Bull's barsapanlla When this icmedy isused to counteract the attacks of General Deb liM, he is made to re i-eat every tune. In fart, General Debility and Dr Bull's barsapanlla cannot be in the same system at the tame time. Try It, and you will soon get strong Beechams Pills act like" magic on a weak stomach ______ The Great Bit OX the Season, Tidd'edy John ffl Miller's Jl Marietta street. dtt Excursion to Abbeville, N. C The Richmond aud Danville sell rand trip at one f-ire to tho Southern In- SS linmiilration Convention, to bi. held in AsMeviile C December 17th to lath Tickets on sale December utli to December icth, gooa to re- a m., you arrive m le at 7 p m. same day ekets call at Union ticlcet office or ticket o. B Kimbalt Heorf, AJtantjuOa.____ S TjtVtOK. V. The corner stone has been completed and is BOW on the grounds. It IB a beautiful piece of worlc. The committee of will make the programme just what it should be. of Confidence la no article which so richly deserves the entire confidence of the community TBOCHES. Those suffering from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases, Coughs, and Coldft should try them. Price 24 cents Attention. In buying you will do well to pet our prices before buying. JOaier Berkele, 83 Whitehall street ________ If Trinity concert tonight. at Miller's, 31 Marietta street. ___ dtf Every one is advertising diamonds, the real Js examining tht irooda and pett ng the prices and It von wit! compare otuer stuclES with ours you will bnj from us. Maier Kerkele, U3 "Whitehall street. tf Don't miss the brilliant entertainment at Trinity tonight. Tickets 25c. For sale a Decll-It classes properly fitted at rtenalf aireet. TiddlcdT Wiuka At Mfller'g, 31 Marietta atreet. dtt For Malaria, Liver Trou- ble, or BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Sweeping reductions in arices of all our Men's Suite. BealTs, 10 Marietta. Startling prices on Velocipedes, Tricycles and Bicycles, at NUN N ALLY'S, 3O Whitehall Street. Get one while Southern Medical Dispensary. 1-2 MARIETTA ST., ATLAWTA. OA. (Orer Jacobs' Pharmacy) Chronic, Nervons, Blood and Skin Diseases. debility, aemlnXI losses, 1m- fl ftK V U U fc paired vital denCTi loaa of memory, effect or baa names, con- ot ideas, salety anJ permanently cured. Til i Din diseases syphilis BLOOD AftD OKIJN andaUofltater- HbforePUltB totuly eradicated Ulcers, blotches. Bore or ulcerated throat and mouth, scrofula, ery- BtpeliB permanently rared -when others have failed. fin TAT A kidney and bladder URlNAKl frequent and burning arine. gonorrhea, gleet, urinary sediments, cystitis, etc, cured URETHRAL STRICTURES cured without any cutting or caustics, or dlaUr tion or interruption of business or occupation. CTTUS-S GCAJKANTFED, A- STJR1S CTJKK to and mfddie-iged men who have foolishly wasted their energies, Or is a pr du. te ol the Rreat University of of twenty year's onrj fa reliable Send six cents m fat "Perfect Question 11st' and liook on diseases ol men. Enclose for reply to your letter. Coll on or address DR. HOWLS CO.. Minetia, St, Atlanta, Qa. i-Constitution.." I. CHARLES HARRISON, M. D., The Eminent Specialist, Traveler and Speaker Two Stereopticon Medical Lectures To Men Only. Sunday Evening, December 14tb, at 8 admission free, Wednesday evening, December 17th, at 8 o'clock 25 cents Magnificent Dissolving of Anatomy, Art and Travel_____________dec 1647 Grand concert tonight at Trinity. Everybody should go. SAIL W. CO. December 1890, by Rev G B StrfcMer. Mr James T. Miller to Sliaa Ida M. "Miller, both of this city cards. MEETINGS. Boyal Arcanum. Atlanta Council. No. ICO, B A., meets tonight 'at 7 JO o'clock p m Llectlon of officers for tlie ensnmg year will cake place jLet a full membership attend. ___ ISAAC GUTHMAN, O-. S rKlOB, Secretary Notice. _______._______-L December The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of this bank for the election of directors will be held at their banking house, at 11 o'clock, Tuesday, January is, isui. decll d thor mon A regular communication of Atlanta lodge No 50, F- A. M will ba held in Masonic hall, corner of and Broad 7 o'c ock thin evening. Work in M. M decree Master Masons In good standing fraternally invit d to attend A J. SHBOFSHXBE, W. M. Z. B. HOOK, Secretaryv_____ The Soutnaide Union. The new and ot this union are re- quested to meet in the steward's room of Trinity "I "I i 1 chnrch at 2 30 p. m Thursday, jDecembef llth. rt o Oil T tt I The supennteniterns of departments must be WC lldVC Clil L11C elected MPB M I MrFEMKrt, MM. O. MITCHFI L, secretary A A re lodge? Broad Worki szes. Trlbity concert All of our Boys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats and Pants will be Closed out at Cost. We have only the newest and best, including tbe "Gold Medal Brand." Now is your chance for the next 15 days to Fix the Boys up for the Winter. E. 1 C. 1O Marietta Street, octll-dly STOPPED FKf Offer Rare Real Estate In- vestments in tne Fol- lowing List. BUY NOW fflD REAP THE SURE PROFIT IN THE SPfilffi. buys between five and six. acres at Edge- wood, near the flrat-claas locality and where it will pay a handsome profit to bQbdi- vide You con sell it quickly and will only have to make the taah payment S6 000 buys the prettiebt lot on West Peachtree street, lost beyond the new home of Hon. Irank P Rice ind Dt Tuurrnati'6, 100x200 feet. High, bhady anil beautiful. The nd- jominc loo can ue had at same price- Itiberal terms a Irout loot for 118x190 feet to 20-foot ftUey oa Isorth avenue, holt a Ulock from West Peach- tree and lac.ns Peters' park The car lino connecting Peachtree anu Marietta street lines is now being laid in front of this prop- erty It IB very choice and tlie price Is low. 760 is the price of one of the choicest homes on the Bortn side It is between tbe two Peach- trees, elevated in location and in a neighbor- hood as good as the best. Tiia liouse two stones. hAS eight rooms, two bath rooms, hull and side verandas. modern conven- ience. Stable and servant a house on tbe lot, is 75x200 to a wide alley We can arrange libe-al terms and the place IB sure to suit one seeking a north side home of its valae Will take pleasure in showing the property at any t me for one of the most centrally located vacant lots in the 55x30 to side alley. Can be built uu to give gre it advantage Capital- ists seeking ceo rarproperty woulc, do well to look further into thia S15 000 for one of the most desirable homes in West S x acres Jrtth IZTKC frontage on Gordon street und on the dummy IIIM., racking the entire tract accessible Sits well and has on it a beautiful New 6-ro m two storv stabie, carnage bou Od.ml servants ho j-iC Mce orchard and Will rjthe a wel -'o cottage not mer 000 in in part ex T rms can l> -rranffed on bala.n e S200 per acre lor a reb with (.00 leeu iront on tU" Howell road which now being aid nt in Cne condition Covered with o ik J its til lairi ificcat buiklmfr --ite A rir t cla-s.imc tire it SI 503 per acr.. lor bLJutlful f Tract on the corner of pcochtree road and tue Be c ratirood well aid iias i'lit, front on 1'e.tchtrce The cUoicest S3 500 for G room house on level and evited cor- ncrlot. cmse mm Ellife street ifas andsewJ-rag" n x.1 and veryceutra.i'y located, churt-bes, school and electric cars very coiiVTiieat, ai 000 tor beautiful Capitol avenue 50x25% through to a 40 foot Direct, mi. two very desiralj'e EUTiteil n ce oh d_ trees and first-class nuiphuorfaood Duumjy and street cars tasv of access. Libenl each lor a number of itrj desirable 50x200 each, near .Marietta Btreet and an "Winkle's shops An electric ca.r bne will go within 200 fett of these lots ana they wjU th-n be worta twice the price we BOW ask Very asy can be arrancetl 0 for Fore t avenue hume, 8 room, 2 story rame boose, with everv modern convenience. IXMC 4SX172 feet Neighborhood cla-Vi tiectnt. car line and pubUc school a bloclc OJ Sfone of the most complete Homes on the north aide It is new, well built, has 10 rooms, hot and cold water gas etc cars nassthe door Street in front with belcian blocks Corner lot No ber-er in toe Uty Close in and only ,125 teetlroin West Peachtree Liberal terms JPresent owner will rest it for cue months at A5.7GO for central vacant corner lot, 105x100 feet, 10-foot alley Water, gas, beJgian blocks and sidewalk in trout of it paid for. One block from Peachtree A block of five brick houses on this lot would better on the investment tban renting property in the city It is a great bargain 93 000 buys a new, centni 1 roc TI 2 utorv frame l sr. i-mt; with'n 100 ftet of rtf- in car u -an 01 e block from court u. v r rT Huuw COM MM! would (M Jor WW rr it were vacant >o otbw mt-b b the or f JEWSP4PER!
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