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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               3 THE CONSHTtrnON: ATLANTA, GA., IHURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. PAGES. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. receipts 799 bales g- 39 MS exports to Great Britain s-Ue-i cons ist quiet and ij THE :NJLW STOCK The on tlie floor of tlie York Stoek December 10 The stock market today was Icaaactiic than that of jostc and the strength of ycstcrdaj s market not hcjd, notwithstanding; that call loans wero easy throughout the doj being more than 6 per cent and reaching ac low KS 2 Time money liowever is not yet in the market, and raila-cs among mercantile houses continue to be -vn- nonnced and today one m the street was added to the list Tho temper of the market at the opening morning showed tnat the riso of yesterday was more to squee-e the bhorts than inything else, and the de maud To- that purpose was entirely lacking and Trhile fortnightly settlements were reported as prog ressmg very favorably on the other side London was seller, and there was considerable pressure to sell what looked like long stocks in many of the leading shares The losses at the opening extended to nearly J per cent, but the decline after making considerably further progress was checked and a full recovery oc curred The fcilare on tho stock exchange of Hamll ton Bishop was announced before noon and had the effect of frightening offbujfrs and tho bears, seeing the state of aGair-j started In to hammer the list with the effect of w p n; out the recoveries again faome of the traders vc e inclined to play for a rally after tho downward movement had continued some time but their efforts served to check the decline for a tune and later there was another attack which m the last honr carried prices dow n to the lowest of the day The Coal stocks were spec ally prominent in this la or drop and both Lackawanna and Delaware and Hudson lost 4 per cent from tho best figures Union Pacific and Rock Isli-nd ith the other Grangers were also spec ally weak The mirket Onally closed active and wenk at about the lowest prices of tbe da; Tht, final changes arc not so large however and Ivackaw j.nna is down j Union Pacific 4 Jer se> Central Kotj. Islaid md Colorado Coal each bugarl St Paul pnd Northwestern 1 -g each and and Chicago Gas each 1 per cent, the rest arc onl fractionall> lower Sales, listed Stocj.0 3J COO shares ilSstcd 10 GOO .exchange and at ivc tit 80fe434 Moner at uj last o-itut3 Sub rtaa jry Com currency, 53 B4o 009 Ooicrnments dull but Stead} S 122 4 B 103 itirelj ted ALCLSTl Dece net rcceii ts 1 673 bales er 10 Cotto i ipta 7 38 bn eS shipmciits ber 10 Cotton quiet, -mMiUiriff hipments sales C99 CH EtLESTON" December Cotton steady m d dling 9 net receipts 2 93D bi-lcs gross sales oOO stocLoi J39 THE CHICAGO Features of llovenitnt In Grain and Provisions, CHIC 1GO Dec mbtr The feat ire of the wheat business was i 3 co-npar-vtive quietness and raoder ate fluctuation The sentral tone TV is one of firmness aid c improvement over veBterday H qlobint prices was cs ablished at the c Ohe of today a session Corn Tvas steady and sx-uernllj flrm altbough clos jc lower than it did i There was a good business in provisions without much change In prices The leading iutures ranged as follows in Chicago today Open ng December S3 Highest so 4 39 Via, CIi 21 t C 6s do J S C co faro n Tenii s os Iemcs.sc.c5 i n i s tltiuc it 3s "viol 1 o N ibh A. Chat N O Pacific Ih Private 100 10 1-1 N I k Vortl c Ccat al c t urcl i Pic lie Unm i ic lie N J C t al M urt c W sttu Uo on Co ton O 1 Trust Brians Mob k. Ohio-I-i lvcrcertilicj.tea 1C4 "Wire Telejrram to Touncblood Haas NEW December 10 London pr ccs this morning showed a stronger market tliere but no par ticular tendcncv to buy after the bh irp advance of i esterdav and when it was found that mucli of jcs terday s heavi bujing was on recovering of fchorts which removed jubt ho muclx of the short interests from the market, a to liqmdat on dtvoloied and the market tagged oil show 104, iv one t me a de time of from 1 to per cent from yesterday a highest Much of this was recov red before tbe close and the Jeehng then was rather confident n spito of the ex tessive dullness, and lack of disposit on to tradt While the big shorts undoubtedly did some very large December 45" 4 X 4 90 Ma? G 82 5 82 o 82 t Wlro Telo-ram to Youncblood Jt Uaas CHICAGO December 10 rhe wheat market has been dull iyi flrm all djj but no one seemed dis- pose I to trade heavilj th s bciuc government report day and the crowd seemed inclined to wnit for what figures the report might bring forth The most bullish thing recei cd tooav was Tiadstrcets report vvh ch makes thefctocksbf wheat east of the Rockies show a tieertaseata t me of Ihc-veir when an increase is gencr 11 cxpe ted From the northwest comes en eo rig Dg reports m the cash market prices aUtmc on I to cei ta iith crmoiey larincrs de uvei es re not 1.1 lie w as the> were on the last week The feeliig is growing that if tie moncn turv tuatioii improves bircu a articles or all k idt, 11 nove-nore u their natural ehannels Q to a number ol the traders expect a favorable itport to iiUht i tLo iitic jje and eon hi ion oi tlio g Miuttrvht t 1 t th 1 no effect other tl an t) e marl et t.te d TA e st 11 ad ic e to on opi non tl at whea re JOB bl ch p and tha' bettui pr c a are to be expected Corn nuil i 3 are st 11 verv flim altliough tl e pr ce ib not as 1 a. eiterd ij There is i great de 1 of talk or and toout vvh it this or that big opera or s fio to lo i eo n and the lesser 1 fht3 hive to via t lor dev elopn cits having 10 otl er TCROUICC Pro IOTJ ere qu te firm and steadj todnj prices aho little or o ehu igc Stoel.H opened but Jin ill cased ofi The troubles there do not seem to be ent rely over yet Interested parties seem to think thnt more go d si ould come to this country from Europe before confidence is fullv rcsto cd in Wall st cct LAMSON BKOS Co The JPetroIouua Illarlcet JtEWiORK December 10 The petroleum market optnedstrong lor Jnnuarj opt on and advanced con Standard Oil bujmg but reacted later then became dull and remained so until t ic clos Open Hifrh Low Close Penn'-vlvanla O 1 spot Jo-mar option bo 0, 4 64 tt Ma pork 2 Lard of 2' at o loob f Dry salt shoulders boxed o- o 30. Po'- 10 Larci ittaeiv current make t> Bulk meats shore ri s It ACOU steoti v aiior clear t 50 _ WIT "VTVGTOV December 10 -Turpentine steady at rosin firm, Btrumctl fel 10 etrauiei SI tar firm at SI 05 crude uurjientine H hitti o vc'low dip virgin si ac KE.W Deceml cr 10 quiot and steady cotumoa to pood strained 50 tur IicntiuL du 1 uul weak at 10 -Turijeufneflrm a rosin qtuct pood "trained   IVITHOUT Br Cnich extrarts teetU bj his new and pain less piocesb Afl j croons te th r sho il trw Vtlan 3 his a _ f___ llcring from decajed at once Office o'A ly market till continues bcai> i nd w ing- ens er and prospects ol n im railroad s tuition better will further icU imce in prices Reports ith circles arc more encouraging tlie r cu tomt -s paid o it 510 000 000 for bonds, ic >QOO OEM) of pens ons mid w th 1 v from Europe the con t o soon, show L marked nien THE COTTON >I Tl e banks art, t the governme is dis 1 COO 000 in ot ttie bank CAIIJS ney becora vement in ttc tainly hme a u tile reating nt h it, bursing on ETC. CONSTITUTION OFI ICt December 10 ard clow ng quota ions of York tod i Ope ing Cloginir J 9 10 9 02 104 9 918. U 9 3oC 9 3S 8 9 t 9-J7 W 9 5W 9 57 9 00 3 37 tj t i I stt u Jut d net r i, st 161 0 0 btles la- 0 bnlea lasfc-veur Ijst r follow ire thi 1 in NL i Orleans t 69 baits c r t lOa 1 f'O ''jlal s aga nst os t, quotations of future Clo rd te. 1 ocitl Mn The i allow Septembe: rand total Shipped orcviously statement of r ceiits and ship Total fetock c L hand Price Co s Circular JiEW YOBK December Spinners continue to purchase frecJvm Liverpool tak ing today some 12 000 bales 01 cotton and causing an advance in the arrival marfeet of fully 3 points Tbe pressure of cotton at the south s the only esplaaat o i of the free offerings of the near pos tions here in ftuf Ccient quantities to cause a decline from the openin-- of the nmrnet and as onr commission merchants are endcjKormg to give all the relief possible to their cus toiuers by the premiums have widened to -t po nt -which repays well those who have the ready funds to take up the cotton tcndcied for deliveries. Some cheap purchases of low grades cottou are also reported to e been sold for delu ery In January at prices whiUi net a profit an tho ti ansacUons Receipts at the ports are light but those at the reported interior towns are comparatively full and while merchants are indisaosed to follow the decline bv prossrog sales no speculative support is apparent to induce purchases for a quick advance The market closes dull with tho promise of yesterday unfulfilled__ By Private Wire to Youneblood Vans NEW YOHK December he market tod y has been ven. disappomtingto the bulls With an advance of "-6-ld in Liverpool and rejdv sal" of cotton bills at fair rates an advance was in ordu: here and greatly expected but failed to matcriU -e With a fairly re ducedbhort ntcrcst hovievcr and a lack of confidence tht, bujmg po ver seems quite limited, and we nmst look for a continuation of this condition of affairs for lome time to come The bureru report s of no aijrnif on prices LEHMAN Baos Dcc-mbtr 15 p bus nesb K olat hardening i nccs n ddlmsupl ndso-lG sales 1 000 bales Uneric n S 00 peculation an port 500 rece pt3 000 Uner cinll 300 uplands v middling clause December dUiverv j 51 01 Ueeemberandvanuary celiver 12-64 5 I3-S4 and Tebruarv o 12-64 64 j 14 54 February and March delivery j 15-fi4 S16-64 j 1 t, March and 4pr0 erj 5 38-6-1 5 19 j 20 04 and May delivers o 21-64 Ma. 5 "4-64 Jnh and AugustdeliVer} o 29-64 futures opened nrm LIVEBPOOL, December 00 p m low middling clause December 5 10-G4 o 11-64 DC centber and January 50-6- all G4 JsmmTrv a.id Februarv deliver) 5 1 -t. ol-ibl 1 ebruarv c. id Mai cb dt-1 ry o Its b4 buyers n April de J vcrv j O-oi bujers in I ned Ma del _l-64 o Mu.y and June D -64 bavcra June and July delivery o JuH and Uigufet de livery 5 buyers fa nresclo ed quiet nad VCW YOKji. December 10 Co'-on quiet sales 41G bules middling uplands 91- O leans S U 16 net re ceipts none gross o7 stock a December Cotton quiet middling vrn receipts 3489 bales gross 3 483 sales COXSTITL riOX OFFICF AiijANTi December 10 1BJO Flour d-rilii and 'Vleal JfEW YORK, December 10 t lour southern quiet t inim n ti lair extra eo to choice o. Whcit spot haulier and dull xo 2 red 10. 111 .u  h Corn apot higher and d ill with oileriugs t "No in cle vator options close I December J m uirj 02 Oats spot lairH artivc and ht aditr optinna dull a.nd irregular, December Taiiuir-v jO'rt >Uy Bl B Vo 2spot50 mixed western ieSuSl Hops quiet and weak stato com in in to choice ATI First patent PLCOI d patent 6- t-xtri t HICJ 50 fan tanulys 4 jQ "No 2 white 74c 1 I Oats JSo Snnaicd jJc Choice tiui) hj lirye biles S c IS 1 timotay Ur0-o cho timotln djL Iso l tin small biles Sot, N> 2 tim tbj I c lea I un IK Hod OL, Wilt, it 1 r- n 1 i e backs M >0 small atl h 20 1 1 t MI tst.nl meal Lv Steam feed oo rits I earl io ft. faT LOUIS Deceml er Flo ir dull choice 8J patents 1 _4 fancy 0 t lo lamilj j t it nt l t aU at v s t, i i tl 1 cd t the 1 in t j o nt )C tlie d 1 L Ic r M 11 ii c isb os ]y 4 Corn i n ti itcd ukriblv i id do t I at L s I c i-, tunij IT d vvi ii yeswr 1 13 cl e No 2niixe 1 cash j( M tt 0 1 in Oats quiet aid Nu 2 cabli 4-, a ke J MT.M4 BA.1 miO t D eember 1 loir active How nr I tit, t aid-western uperf r t I OJ T 0 JWo4-JO ta ilj M t to c in 1 biliotrinls 1 tcr i liiuor "S z led wniEerj i t an 1 D L 1 er j4 cr i Inu t jJ j >oll w ChJCAGO D mUr quotations were as Imlows i lo irj a j wi-m r iteiits t Ou 91 r i [_, j. it J t-. U 00 I ik IS s o 4 00 No _ spring wheit y "No red J Jl Ao 2, corn j_ N o 2 oita tJ  ol from Sa- "No, 16, to vannah 6 So Borne vl'le S 30 nm Ko 33, from Savan Macon FbRN ANn> y TI, N IIG ROAD _ From Cli t Clutt 7 SOam From Mirietti 8 35am lo Minettt 11 45 m From Koine 11 05 m To 1 3opm From Ch t s l 46pm To Roma 3 45pm From >Iirietta 2 51pm To Marietta 4 35pm From CU-tt 64 )pm To 6 18pm From Chat 10 b5pm From il riett J 10 30 m To Cbatt To M nett J -t "Qpm 4.ND WPST POINT I 'T 1 O From Mont'm b a 10 From ''Soat Pt. 10 20 m To From f 1 30pm JbAST H3N N A To West Point 4 11 QOpm 14 from S v nn U, 12 for Rome Bronawick and J ti.Ko x- sonville 10 am vilie and Memphis nd 13 from New Alt. points 11 00pm Knoxville, Nashnlle 14, for Home, N sli- and Cua'aatt b -iGpm. mle, Cinclnn ti, New 11, from Cincinn tl York and Memphis S" simile and Knox 11 Off am Tllle 6 15 m 11, for Savannah, 12, from SdTonn h, Brunswick and J J iclcsonville, Bmns BouviUe 5 30 am wick, Macon 13 for Savannah, Ro lo from Meridian Brunswick and J ick- Selma, Anniston and sonville 7 00 p in Eome 2 10 p m 16, for j ton, Selma and Mend __________ iaii 7 Oj -i m ________________________RAILKOAL.____________ From G 30 m To 8 00 im From Covin t n. 7 55 m To Decatnr 8 55im From Dec tor Jd lo m To Cl 12 10pm 1 00pm To August 2 45pm If rom Cl rkston. 2 20pm To ClarJcston 3 Sjpm From CUrkstoa 4 60pm.To 6 20pm From August 5 Anguet 11 lopm CAPITAL CITY BANK OF ATLANTA. GA. y Gee. "W. Farrott. President I C A- Collier Vice P-esident CAPITAL AND Individual Liability Same as National Bank? a general liaiuilac lusmc-s. Con mere al paper discounted. proved collateral and collections on points In th I n cd elites. Canada andlaS. mado on the most laTorable terms. We draw ur own ana ttooujii BILLS Ofr Irelanl, Germany Trance Ai tna and o.hcr t aropcan s, bonks, bankers firms and corporations. Issue DEMA.XD CERTIFICATES or i ool m DEPARTMENT per cent ner nnun if ef u CO daya. per cent per annum il left twelyo montla. The Atlanta Trust and Banking Corner Pry or and Alabama Streets. ._.__L at the rate of per cen per cent per annum if left sfcc months. A general Banking business trins rted Sol (.its the ceo n of c r o-ntio nals Uiseounts commercj 1 p ijitr" Co lecti is in all romts mad In- u t Issues dep >sit p yal le on d imml dr ring per cent if left hreL moutlw and .per cent i 1 f ur DIKECTOUb V, A 1 einphilf, A. I) Ad Monroe Ga, Chas. N Fowler ISew Yo k -in cent if eft un 8p R II, m lid II I la or-k i. d h rlea a ..-a n t u n I a a JH MY GOODS ARR ABSOLUTELY JOSEPH THOMPSON Distiller and Wholesale Liquor Dealer! QRichmuiid nd 1> nville It m .Lull 7 CO in fo W 7 10im From Wish 00 ToLuU 4 1 roni WaBii t J C OOpro Gl 01 1'AGlr- 1C T1A1LW 4.V From fit e i G 05 m tromltl poos 8 30 troi To Birm qli To T 11 poos 1 13pm ___ 5 00pm _ To G .__10__45pni _ 1LAM A AN1> 1 IAJ1LIDA rrom I ort V illey [To i oH Valley 00 pin 20 i m] '1> Us yonly All other trains daily exctot auncLiy Oontrol time. OF GEORGIA. lime Card in effect OtcemberT, 18JO Atl n Atlanta Ar Onflin Ar Macon June Ar "Vtacon I v Macon Macon June Ar Vlbanv Ar riiomaSTille Ar Ar Brunswick Ar Jacksonville Pullrmn cars on "Vo 12 to Jacksonville 14 15pm 11 8 3 am 10 JOam 1 11 00pm GOopm 6 COp in 340pm 10 Oam 10 40Jpm TOAJLLANTA Lv Brunswick Lv W Lv Thomasville Ar Albany Ar Macon Lv i Ar Griffin Ar Vtlanta 145pm 4 00pm ISo 3 No 11 315am 518am 630pm boOpm JDOpin 7 00am 920am B 3jpm 6 45am 11 00am ruUman 11 to Atlanta. No 13 Sole Agent ACMK CUTTKK OJM FOKRFBTFfl CtUB Kor Direct Importer Of WHISKIES ILL LEADING BRANDS KEPT III STOCK Have a full line oC Flna Domestic Wines. Anhaoser Basil Imported Cisara J. ujntlily JOSEPH THOMPSON 21 A3ST3D 23 KIMBALL HOUSE april G Oly Atlanta jV Grifim It Macon -v Macon bavannah Lr Jacysonrill 7 10am 7 10pm 837aiu 85lpm 10 45am 11 OCpm 11 00 im 11 30pm o 55pm 6 30am 8 JQam 13 00 m; Pal ice sleeping on No 4 to Savannah, Pull- man to Jacksonville AH TO A1LANIA and had no bearing o ATLANTA December Co buckle s.JF i, V 1 HJlbca es riverine '-SSc 3 3c good fair 2.) common IS 110t btiK off gnu nlattd iQwderedT1 wbiteex tra C 6c extra C Or enoicc prime JBalOc nniion 3 o Cuba, o5w38c iinitati n -S "0 Teis L-lack 3o n jfc green 4O Nut Clovts Oc t innamoD 10 1 c All pict 10 lie J imaica tnnePr Race 8 pcppei IGc nl ite Mice c c common yS'lje i nporti_d J q an 6 c s rt ai v M 50 irginii IM diet cretin c kim 9ulOc Wliitc h-sli bbis GO pails bile 100 bars turpcn tino GO birs CO Its 2o tallow, CO bars GO Ibn araime lie stir 10 M itch 3 400s -s4 00 OJs 7? OOs 00 75 60s 5 OTOss I ulk oc 1 ib iiaekages o ,c case" asborted Ibs ,c. J2 ib3 c tXX butter 6( c XXXpc.irIovstt.r6c shell and excel sior c lenoii creim 9c XN.X grastr nans Jr cornlulls 9 stick B c French mixed 12 c C lined Condensed milk UQ unit t on .w.4 UO sain on S jfl 1 W r S 0 I M UO torn s Ol torn ito j t2 ''Jail polo, h irl 4 t- lump c mckelpack tpe o c 1 uioid Uj I tl plain 01 inis.ed Sints q lartti %1 0 0 tiflc Kef, oO J 00 (u fehot opt ooPfl bti_i 1> an I i n h u ti t 1 T >it t 111 Decein ber 1 l Januar- n l i spotl o iiieiinl I 71 fiioar 1J Sucar raw 1 ill it tetd% f auto goo J re fining 1 centrifugal 9G tcpt n (-d j net C (.xtr-i C it i -wLite do _> 1 1 v It mould A r A o J l con ectroners A loaf and crushed cruia latedo test IS 4 L il ni }m open ket tie common co fancy Kice u i uiicnuet domestic, fair to cttrao Japan NEW l> r-mber 10-Coffee dull, Rio cargoescommonaDdprime 13 J dr i nrtii Louisiana open kettle stnctiv mine choice I 1, 4 e M f JJJ fair 3 j t f m intof Ur3 a. com ruon 3 j centrifugals plantation 11 lu j 11 o ch jjte wnitc j a, r gray wliitt. 41 t, i off wt, J cho cliritlcd pn ne   I am prepared to i II all choice ai i licatioiia for FARM OR CITY LOANS in VI bania or Florida; promptly. Low rates 110 delaj FRANK B. GREGG, Room 20 f.atc City Btnk building, Atlanta Ga. Uly hu ol TAMES W President W J f J Ol Kl, ice i re i 1 n ATTD 3 Cashier JO'IX K OTTLEY Assibtant Cabliier AAILRICVN Tl Atlanti f i C pitil 00000 J> James W English W P luman M C Kiser George W Blaon Philadelphia J-dwads C S C P H HarraU.on 7 K Grav, R. J Ltiwry tor urresnoudent American N tionil Authorized to do i general b nfcinff andei change business solicits accounts of banks, bust ness nrms and individuals This corporation is ilno especially authorized to act aa trustee for corpo-ationa and individuals to countersign bonds, certificates atock and other secur'ttcs HUMPHKETS CAST! EMAN, luma BONDS STOCKS Bought and bold. ______________________________iebO dl? top ,v Jacksonville .v O-riflln Ar Atlaata G30pm G 40am 5 18am I 8 10p.il Pullmin cars Jacksonville to Sivannali, Palace slcepin.rcar3_j3iLVj.imjth to ALltnti 'To'VoLij'uBus VIA iis Lv 10 Ar rif Ar I co ich between Atlanta and Commbus 1 an 1 12 Daily acciii Iv Atlanta u 3) p m, ir Birneeaile S 10 i m Time card for Hapeville trains can be obtained from B Trav Pass Lgent, H. fa Pass Agent. No 11 KimbAll House ET CHARLTONT Oeul Pass Savannah GJ, PHAI PfWC flD uUAL, uUKL UH Get our prices before purchasing. COAL VASES, Coal Hods, 25c. The finest and lowest pncM line of Hardwood Mantels, Tiles and Grates, South. WE DEFY COMPETITION Do not fail to see our stock. A stoci of To select from. Call and see us. Hunnicutt Bellingratk SCHEDULE GEOKOIA SOUTEII l Rjver route to 1 e ''cct "Novc ber Jam prepared to nesotiato loans to this amount on improved farms and city property at very low rates If you wish to secure a Joan on your prop- erty apply at once to Thomas Wilungham Attnr uey at Law, Othce H build cor Alabama anclBroad street. Atlanta, i9-dlv S PER CENT TO LLNDEIES 2t> YEARS S5 Tears in Iowa, and lo Tears In Georgia Alabama. Three Million IHr ne ite I without loss of a do ur Jjo int, t f) u 5 ooo on hind lor sale almottam d ironOcuoier to May 1 will Iw ub int toi IPS aiilieation for loani to >r-i it ti ue i ttGIA ttAIl-ItOAD COMPJUIT) GUN'l. V AUOT78TA Qa., t( USM Commencing 2i t instant, tna passen- ger will bo ooerated, ____ Leave 7 Arrive ainak g i-a m Leave Washington 7 20i m Leave Athens 8 Le ive Gainesville 5 a m Atlanta 1 00 p m IA- vo Lej.ve Gimeaville Arrive Athens Arrive Wosluncton Arme Camak Arrive August i DAY P No 2 PRATVS, 2 4op m 6 5j a m 7 Oo p m 7 JO p m 6 _4 p m 8 15pm Lv Atlmta 00 i Ar Gainesvllo 13 p nt Lv Ar Atht-ns 5 Ifip m JLv Atliens Ar SO p m Ar Gainesville 3   p m Ar CUrkstou 4 O> p Ir Itlont 4 50 p m lo p in i o. a. m Leave G lo p li> 10 a m Arrive 00 p in 11 00 a in Leave I 30 p in 0 p ra 11   itriinol %jo fairl7o.IB common to %od commoubaJ Louisianasyrup-O'z-j Rice-'teadv Louisiana ordinary to Bood 4a4 4 BT LOUIS, DecemDCi steadier Decem receipt. 667 oe klSDM coastwise KIE-W YOIIK, llca tlnu bur dnl kcdt city Mav r t5 asL [met, new abort clear" 7 opened options u is iiber nbsMes ice cured bellies Sugar cu-tid accordins to brand and average KhOUJdero W. H. PATTERSON, j Dealer in Investment Securities "S East Alabama Street. Room i. Gate City Bank Building to loan. Large loans 7 o. New issues of bonds wanlei F. W. Miller No. 22 a Pryor St. _________ ____ dec 2diyflncol WANTED t' ooTOW money in Jarzo omits and for ,ong time, reasonable interest ro call and tau with ras at rm office, No U or afttr baslneBa hours at Lv Ati nt i. 6 ''O p in Lv Covington a 40 a in Lv DLCitur 6 60 p m Lv Dee cur Ai 8 Jo inn Vr AtUnti. "55am NI( J> lly Iso Jl 1 %o3_ LAST WARD Lv !Kak l ..jam 31. con 8 00 p m Ar "Macon 15 m Ar C mat U LMON FOxM AM> KAxI R ID 'IQlOim 10 3oa m 6 Oopm 11 10 a m b p m >8 00am 3 35 a- in 4 Go p m SOO-ims 430pm Le ive I ni on Point Siloam AI-IVD "White Plains Leave White Plaina Leave Siloam Amve Lnion Point bund y !N connection Cor unesvlUe on Sunday Sleepius Char eeton on tr tin No. 4. fr IEH Nos 1 4 and J will ii. sjsna.Had scop it any regular schedule st tluo j Xo 21 and _ -OD and passen. CVTS to uad from tlia etitioua only i lirovetowa, ILirle a, lie rmj. Tlionyiaon. t, Norwood, Lnian Point, Oreenesboro, Madison, bociaJ Circle Conyers, Lithunia, Stone Mountain and JTmakea close connection for alt points north and north west. Trainal and 2, dinner at Union Point VERY FINE COOK I CAN SEE BY YOUR LOOK MUST SUPPLY YOU FAT DEAR LITTLE WEE WADDLERSi IT WOULD NOT BE STRANGE IF YOUR MOTHER'S NEW RANGE HAS A WiRE GAUZE DOOR ON THE OVEN, 50 MORE WHOLESOME FOOD COMES TO YOU LITTLE ONES, JSJT TRUE P TS- VOTJ M Buy the COEARTER MaJeonl bj Jlttnufwtnmtg Co rates CHICAGO, nm j DOT 11 d-tim On TTNDER AST> BT VlUTUJfi OF ORDER OP U the Court of of Thorns countr I will sell at public oatcrv, before tbe Cfiur bouse door in tbe city of Atlanta conntr of JJoitoii, on tlia first Tuesdaj in xntlun tho lethal hours of sale St 1 m i wj lot or parctl of Janu, bulonjcing tlie estate 8 under deceased tovnt Lot No ont Iinndred and twenty foar, in tlie (Fourteenth district of said county containing two hnndred and two anJ one half acres, more or Termh ot sale cash S L HA Administrator of Estate of 3 Aleuinder H. RICHARDS SPAPFRI 'SPAPFRJ   

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