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THE MARKETS
In Wall Street.
Oct. 11.—Stocks
New York, Oct. 11.-Stocks were quiet
again today. The transactions were only
SB,907 shares, of which 211,300 were Chicago
Gas, 12,200 Burlington and Quincy, 10,800 Bt.
*>aul and 10,400 Sugar. In the early trading
the market felt the influence of yesterday a
favorable report of the government on the
year’s crop and prices moved Vs to %•
Rather sensational reports from cnioago
about the freight situation in the west,
however, led to a reactionary movement in
the railroad list shortly after the opening,
and the gain noted was lost, .Burlington
and Quincy fell to 84%. Northwest tolOt>, St.
Paul to 75T-8 and Rock Island to 76%. In the
afternoon trading a slight recovery took
place owing to the covering of short con
tracts. The industrials, howevtB*. monopo
lize the attention of traders rind of these
issues Chicago Gas was the special card and
moved up 1% to$S%. The buying of the
stock was due t<f reports that the Flower
Brad v committeOThud secured ainajority of
the Fidelity Trudt company’s receipts, and
that application will be mada; shortly to
have the Central ‘trust eompanyicertificgtes.,
listed on tin* stools exchange. Humors tfere
current that the opponents of tjjte company
named were compelled to makcvppplieation
for an injunctioirto restrain the.'reorganlza
tion of the property, but it hod rto influence.
Sugar, Leather, Cotton B^ed Oil and Tobac
co were generally lower, in the-inactiye is
sues Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis
sold at 80 fur 1U0 shares, against 8IV2 on
Wednesday. Tho closing quotations was 70
bid and 00 asked. Illinois Stefci advanced
1% to 80Va, Anioric.an Express lVg'to 115% and
Bav State Gas % to 22%. The market closed
firm, but without animation. Not chants
show gains of anywhere from % to 1V6 per
cent for tho usually active stocks. Sugar
preferred lost 1 per cent.
Bonds were very irregular; sales were
$1,350,000.
New York, Oct. Jl.—Modov on call was
easy at 2 per cent; Inst loan at 2 per
cent, anti closing offered at 2 psr cent.
Prime mernnitile paper, 5te5% per cent, bur
silver, ba&fcc. Mexican dollars,
Sterling exchange was firm, with actual
business in nankers’ hills at $4 .b0%te4.b <
lor sixty days and $4 87%fa4.87% for demand;
posted* rates, I4.67te4.b8; commercial
bills. $4.8.51% it\.ad's.
Treasury balances—Coin, $92,143.4091 cur
rency, $103,577,802.
Government bonds were steady.
State bonds were dull.
Railroad bonds were irregular.
Silver bullion at tho board was -.
Closing bias—
An erienn Cotton Oil...
American Cotton Oil preferred.
Ameiican Sugur Refining.
American 6ugar Refining preferred..
American ToDacco.
American Tobacco preferred.
Atchison.
Baltimore and Ohio.
Camilla Paclllc.
Chesapeake and Ohio.
Chicago and Alton.
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy.
Chicago Gas.
Delaware, Lackuwonna and Western.
Dlsiillers and Cattle Feeders.
Erie.
Brie preferred..
General ElectTic. .
Illinois Central.
Luke Erie and Western.
Lake Erie and Western preferred.
Lake 8 bore.
Louisville und Nashville.
Louisville. New Albauv and Chicago.
Manhattan Consolidated.
Memphis and Charleston.
Michigan Central,.
Missouri Pacific.^
21
71%
108%
lOiVa
97
105
21
60
59%
19%
183
85
68%
168
23%
11%
24%
37%
100
23%
77
150
61
9%
110%
15
luuVa
36%
23
79
S%
Mobile and Ohio.
Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis.
United States Cordaco .
United States Cordage preterra#-. 16
New Jersey Central. 112
New York Central. lul Va
New York and New England. 61
Norfolk and Western preferred. 14
Northern Pacific . 4%
Northern Paclllc preferred. 18%
Northwestern. 105%
Northwestern preferred. 147
Pacific Mail. 30%
Reading. 20%
Rock Island. 76%
Bt. Paul. 76%
Bt. Paul preferred. 126
Silver certificates. 69
Tennessee Coal and Iron. 42%
Tennessee Coal and Iron preferred. 101
Texas Peclfio. 11
Union Pacific . 15
Wabash. %. 8%
Wabash preferred.:. 22
Western Union.....1. 92%
Wheeling and Lake Erie. 15
Wheeling afltl Lake Erie preferred...... 47%
Alabama, class a. 109
Alabama, classB. 109
Alabama, classC..w. 99
Louisiana stamped 4’s. 100
worth Carolina 4’s. J02
North Carolina U’h. 122
Tennessee new settlement 3*s. 90
Virginia 6’s deferred.
Virginia Trust Receipt 4’s. .... 0
Virginia funded debt. €244
Bnlted States 4’e, registered. Ulifa
ulted States 4’s, coupon. 11144
United States 2*s. 97
Southern Railway .Vs. 96Mi
Southern Railway common. J2V4
Southern Railway preferred. 37%
Bonth.Caroliua 4Vi’s. 105
•Ex-dividend. tBid. lAslccd.
C. BERNEY, F. W. mX0N,
C. BERNEY, F. W. DIXON,
President. Vice-President.
O. W. UNDERWOOD, Attorney.
DEALERS IN
Stocks and Bonds.
rs^LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Chicago ’Change.
Chicago. Oct.* 11*—Just to prove Its inde
pendence of nows and statistic* wheat rose
In value today, although In the afternoon
the sentiment was of tho sort that would
argue a decline as the logical course. As
If in recognition of the government's esti
mate of the wheat crop, which was 20,000,
000 bushels greater Hum the one made in
September, prices opened %c lower than
they closed last night, but it seemed as
though the report was forgotten immediate
ly afterward, an advanco taking place at
once. December wheat opened from 59V& to
69%c, advanced to 61%@61V6c, closing at f>0%
(jj 01c, 1c higher than yesterday. Cush
wheat sold on the basis of yes
terday’s prices, but the nominal close was
strong -with the futures.
Corn—The fact that the government re
duced the condition of corn 1 point did not
appear to disturb tho equanimity of the
traders in that grain. Sympathy with wheat
still guided the action of values, which were
for the most part tlrm. That the crop is
the largest on record is conceded by every
one. Aversion to buying is tho result of this
fact. May com opened at 28%&2$7Ac« sold
between 2844 and 29V6c, closing at [email protected],
%4lV4c higher than yesterday. Cash corn
was firm and »gc per bushel higher.
Oats—Business was still conspicuous by
its absenoe in oatV Nothing that occurred
in tho market today could be dignified by
tho term feature. Prices partook of the
firm floss of wheat. May oats closed Ifrfc high
er than yesterday. Cash oats, were steady.
Provisions—To the query, "What is going
on in provisions?” the invariable reply to
day was "nothing,," It was a lifeless session
with Bc&rely a fluctuation In prices. The
tone evidently reflected the weakness of
hogs early and the strength of wheat later,
but lack of orders prevented prices from
Covering anything, but a narrow range. At
he cjose January pork was a shade higher
and January ribs unchanged.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles Opening Highest Lowest Closing.
Wheat
Oct.
Dec.
Mav.
Corn—
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
May.
Oats—
Oct.
Deo.
May.
Porg—
Oct.
Jan ....
May.
Lard—
Oct.
Jan ......
Ribs—
Oct..
Not......
£an ......
56%
59%
63%
28
29
27
28%
17%
17*i
20%
8 2 Q
9 37%
9 62%
5 72%
5 72%
0 00
4 77%
4 77%
60%
61%
65%
28%
27%
20%
17%
18
20%
8 30
« 45
9 b’2%
5 72%
6 75
5 05
4 77%
4 ho
58%
69*4
»>3%
28
26
26%
28%
17%
17%
20%
8 30
9 37%
9 62%
5 72%
5 72%
5 00
4 77%
4 75
61
65
26%
28%
27%
29%
17%
18
20%
8 30
9 40
9 62%
5 72%
5 75
5 02%
4 77%
4 60
Caah quotation*
firm; demand
were a* follows: Flour
moderate and prices un
changed. Wheat—No. 2 spring, 59%<&61c; No.
2 red, 60»*c. Corn—No. 2, 28%^29»4c. Oats
No. 2. [email protected] Moss pork' $8.37%@8.50.
Lard, $5.72i*<U5.75. Short rib sides, $T».(i5£i>
5-TO- Dressed shoulders, $5.75frt5.771/s. Short
clear sides, $5.75$* 3. (Xt. Whisky, $1.22.
Sun’s Cotton Review.
New York, Oct. 11.—The Sun’s cotton re
view says: Cotton rose 11 to 12 points, but
reacted and fell 2 to 3 points, then recover
ed this and advanced 2 to 3 poHits, closing
quiet and steady with sales of 286,700 bales.
Liverpool advanced lVs points, then r*»- <
acted and closed steady at a net rise of ^
point, with sales of 12,000 bales. Hales for
the week were 56,000 bales, forwarded from
ship side to spinners (77,000. New Orleans
advanced 12 to 13 points and then lost most
of this, late- figures Bltbwllig a net rise for
tlie day of 2 t<T 3 points. In Manchester
yarns were quiet but steady; cloths were
quiet. Spot cotton here was 1-lGc lower,
with sales of 214 bales for spinning. The
southern spot markets were generally un
changed. Augusta was partially l-16c high
er.
Today’s features: Although the receipts
at the ports and-interior towns were liberal
those at not a few of the interior towns be
ing larger than for the same week last year,
Hi ■ $£ar of the tflHfper* crop, a/ffa although
tlTti weekly Arkansas report was .the main
fafronjLble and the weather at the south
wds generally warmer, and quite large
quantities o< o0tton Will come into sight
this week, the mjxrket displayed * consider „
able strength, largely because Liverpool
was unexpectedly strong, prices i ising there
in the face of the sharp break here on
Thursday, and the spot sales in that market
being very liberal. Moreover there wa.s
good outside buying and the New Orleans
corner in October tends to make bears cau-s
tious not only in New York, but elsewhere.
Interior exporters are trying to buy cotton,
it is stated, in New' Orleans, owing to the
very high prices prevailing In the interior.
The exports to Great Britain and the con
tinent were large. Thesrb wo-*; a good spot
cotton business at the south, the large re
coups are believed to be due to a rapid open
ing of tho crop and unusual hurry market
ing of it. Toward the close there was some
recession, however, due to realizing sales.
The best feature of the day was undoubted
ly the unexpected strength in Liverpool.
The dispntclc s from New Orleans continue
to-be of a very bullish tenor.
General Cotton Markets.
Cities.
Galveston...
Norfolk.
Baltimore.
Boston.
Wilmington.
Philadelphia.
Savannah —
New Orleuns
Mobile.
Memphis_
Augusta.
Charleston ..
Cincinnati. .
Louisville
Bt. Louis.
Houston.
D
09
87h
9 j
9 3-16
8*4
9%
•Ha
8 15-J 6
8**
8 7-16
8 11-16
8V2'
6 7-16,
8*4
8*4
8w:
2
•o
g
7324
lo39
351
287
2106
110
70‘jQ
13900
891
3622
2076
4050
47b
1337
10390
o
2002 1069J6
205 16514
1448 6665
19eb ....
;;;;;;
514
1 1149 3000
. 100
5761 3900
1099
2009
26401
6607
93376
192224
21627
35233
18713
6 2 i 9 6
5539
1780 9316
-1 *.. ..
New York Cotton Market.
New York, Oct. 11.—Cotton was quiet;
Sales, 214 bales.
Middling gull. m
Middling. 9Vb
New York, Oct. 1 A.—Cotton futures closed
steady. Sales, 266,700 bales.
October delivery,.8.80
November delivery.8.81
December delivery.8.90
January delivery.8.98
February delivery.9.03
March delivery.0.09
April delivery .9.14
May delivery.9.19
Juno delivery. 9.24
New Orleans Cotton Market.
New Orleans, Oct. 11.—Cotton futures closed
steady. Bales, 81,200 bales.
October delivery.8.99
November delivery.6.88
December delivery...8.92
January delivery.8.93
February delivery.8.95
March delivery.9.00
April delivery,....9.02
May delivery.9.09
Juno delivery.9.11
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool, Oct. 11.—12:30 p. m.—Demand
fair; prices were firm; American middling,
4 '2 7-33d. Sales, 12,000 bales, of* which ll.luo
were American; speculation and export, f»U0
bales. Receipts, - bales, oi winch -
were American.
Futures opened steady; demand fair.
American middling and low middling clause
quotations:
October and November de
livery. 4 46-64d
November, and December
delivery.4 45-64d©4 4 1-64d
December and January de
livery.‘.4 15-64dfirl 41-G4d
Jnnuary and February de
livery....1 46-G4 @4 4 4-61(1
February and March deliv
ery. .4 47-64d'tf4 39-64(1
March and April delivery..4 48-64dtf 4 50-64d
April and May delivery — 4 51-(j4d&4 50*64d
May and June delivery...... 4 51-84d
June and July delivery_4 55-6 Id
Futures closed quiet at the aeoline.
Tenders, 3uu bales new doCkels.
Liverpool, Oct. 11.—4 p. m,—Futures closed
steady.
October delivery .4 47-d4rt&4 4b-64d
October and November de
livery .4 47-64d
November and December
delivery.4 47-640*
December and January de
livery .4 18-64Jf
January and Februury de
livery.4 X9-64 I & 4 50-64(1*
February and March deliv
ery-••.4 50-64(1414 51-64(3
March and April delivery.4 52-64d
AprilaudMay delivery. .*.. 4 53-64d>a>l 54-04d
Ma3’and June delivery...4 53-64d
June and July delivery....4 56-ri4dl
July and August delivery.4 57-64d-tf4 56-6ldi
♦bellers. {Buyers. IValue.
Weokiy Cotton Statistics.
Cincinnati .
Houston....
Raleigh
Columbia..
Helena....
Rome /.....
Atlanta —
Selma.
Montgomery...
Columbus, Gh.
Shreveport —
Brenliam.
Mil con.
Meridian.
Dallas.
Little Rock., .v*
Yazoo City.
Nai olios..
Vicksburg.
Nashville.
Texas City.
Louisville ......
Newport News.
Columbus, Miss
Athens.
Albany. .
KUIaula .
West Point—
Portland.
St. Louis.
Galveston.
Norfolk.
Baltimore.
Boston.
Wilmington ..
Philadelphia ..
Savannah .
Now Orleans..
Mobile.
Memphis.
Augusta.
Charleston
2730
75401
1417
J 818
3080
3011
3910
11271
5745
5882
4420
5650
2654
2064
70401
J 421
Ibis
880
2050
61b)
2372
7957
2893
262
4555
4651
820
172 9| 1759
2H9 7
2009
1499
1592
1*75
20
2774
2337
2823
652
4662
3545
3313
3929
1041
luoo
60
247 j
37841
4651
2455
15u8
8097
369
3120 16960
3835 Jl
131411
36.1
134 6
12446
1263
49387
904t.4
903
23595
12256
21313
4850
11586
373
2381
1818!
7957
2000
2911
1863
276
96
27741
o
cZ
1749
til 50
2322
7494
5057
11572
587
7<»54
684 /
3215
5352
1456
*728
4282
4822
5289
8 J 2
166
1584
3539
4370
3354
6611
1799
36u7
18800
1 000
1792 5
6180
550
’Tew Orleans Cotton Exchange Statement.
Vtiw Orleans, Oct. 11.—The New Orleans
l ton exchange statement from September
I JO October 11 inclusive: Port receipts,
785,521 bales, against 994,438 bales last year,
741,441 bales year before last and 732,703 bales
for the same time in 1892; overland to mills
and Canada, 42,703 bales, aguinst 75,290 bgles
last vear, 35,870 bales year before last^and
64,136 bales for the same time In41892; inte
rior stocks in excess of September 1. 166.182 j
bales, against 128,304 bales last year, 111.437 \
bales year before last and 100,561 bales for
the same time in 1892; southern takings, 116,- j
887 bales, against 104,925 bales last year, j
91,804 bales year before last and 90,238 bales
for the same time In 1802; crop brought into
sight during forty-one days to date, 1,111,070
bales, against 1,302,967 bales last year, 980,
558 bales year before last and 988,108 bales *
for the same time In 1892; crop brought Into
sight for the week 377,180 bales, against 406,
962 bales for the seven days ended October
II last year. 312,164 bales year before last
and 805,483 bales for the same time in 1892;
crop brought into eight for the first eleven
days of October 57G.125 bale3, against 632,420
b^les for the first eleven days of October
last year, 475,309 bales for the first eleven^
days*of October year before last and 411.83CH
bales for the sarpetime In 1892.
Comparisons in these reports are made up
to the corresponding date last year, year
before and in 1892, and not to the close of
the corresponding weeks. Comparisons by
weeks would take in forty-two days of^the
season last year, forty-three days y^r be
fore last ami forty-four In 1S92, against only
forty-aft* »lay»4ljts yfcwiv*
Comparative Cotton Statement.
Ne* Yorfer Oct. ,41.—T1A following Is the
comparative cottoh stateriftiut for the week
ending Oct. 41:
Net *ecelDt* at all United States
ports during the wmek. ..4.
Net rC»*eipt<nt all United States ports
during the same time last year ...
Total to this date ...
Total receipts to the sumo date last
year.
Exports for the week......... ..
Exports for same week last year.
To'.al exports to this date...
Total exports to same da to last year..
Block at aii Ljnfeed States ports..
Stock at allaJnned 8ta»s ports for
same Umc^aslfyeur... .4..%_
■ Stock at all interior ipvuis. —.
•Stock at all Bitot\or towns for sumo
t irm-last sJear^.. -?•••♦•.
♦ Stock aULiverpotd .***■#**•.-. .,.
Stock at Liverpool for same time last
year.v.
Slock of A4iiericun-afi(kit for Great
Britain.**£.67,000
Stock of American afloat for Great
Britain for same time last year_ 110,000
260,947
310,760
783,694
966,709
JL 12,271
170,302
209,676
132,164
094,491
566,139
67,362
64,153
938,0U0
712,000
*'v Net Receipts.
New York, Oci. ft.—The following are the
total net rteelpfaoj cbtton at all porta since
Beptemiier V, I89t5: •
Gatvestou. 188,627
New Orleans. 22u,298
Mobile .. 31,094
Savannah. 164,199
Charleston...78,131
Wilmington..... 3b,927
Norfolk.'.. 28,608
Baltimore.-■ _!. , 653
New York.. 4,793
Boston. 3,511
Newporl News.... *....,.. 2.447
Philadelphia... 6,4ol
West Poiut, Va,. 12,857
Brunswick... .. 3,1(44
Texas City.....’.>,. I,0u0
Velasco....
Port Royal..*..
Total....... 783,894
New Orleans.
New Orleans., Oct 11-—No open kettle
sugar offering. Centrifugal?, oft white, 4($
4 3-16c; prime yellow, Gj3 15-16c; seconds,
l\<8Wo.
Molasses—Centrifugals,- good prime, [email protected]
lie; good fair, Gfp7c; syrup. 27&34c.
Local refinery sugar—Powdered and cut
loaf, &V4C: standard !granulatcil, 4 15-lCr; con
fectioners’ A, 4 13-10c.
Rice was active; fancy and choice was
nominal; primer,: 4(£r4*4c; common, 4(Q)4%c;
common, [email protected]%c.
St. Do uls.
St. Uouis, Mo., Oct. II.—Flour was un
changed.
Wheat was higher; October, 62:Jac; Decem
ber, 63%c; May, 6794c.
Corn was higher;.; October, 257/gc; Decem
ber, 2446c; May, 26c.
Oats were lower for December, and steady
for other monthsOctober, 17c; December,/
1746c; May, 20%c.
Pork—Standard mess, $S.50®>8.82V6.
Hard—Prime steam, $5.65; choice, $5.70.
Bacon—Shoulders. $6.75; loners, $0.75; clear
ribs, $6.50; short clear sides, $6.62V6.
Dressed meats—Shoulders, $6.00; clear ribs,
$6.25; short clear sides, $5.40.
High wines were steady at $1.22.
New York Cotton Seed Oil and Sugar. \
New York, Oct. 11.—Cotton seed oil was
firm and slow'; crude, [email protected]; yellow prime,
[email protected]; yellow prime off grade, 27c.
Coffee options were dull and 5 and 15
points down; October, $15.40; December,'
$15JM//15.75; March, $14.*ofc t4.H5; May, $14.30®',
14.35. Spot Itio was dull afid steady; No. 7,
i6y8c.
Sugar—Raw' was quiet and firm; fair re
fining. 3&&3%c. Refined, was quiet and
steady; oft A, fl-16c. standard A. 4;
13-1 fie;-cut-loaf and crushed, 5 7-16c; granula
tod, 4 13-161/ 5 l-16c.
Chicago Cattle Market.
Union Stock Yards. 111.. Oct. 11.—Cattle
Receipts, 3500; tiie marked was steady; com-.
The Berney N,
TESirmaiiag-lian
Chartered Ja?
Capital Stock, $200,COO.00.
Successors to City National Hank of Hirmin^i
Special 1
J. B. COBBS, Prea’t. W. F. ALDRICH, \
J. 11. BARR, A
DIRECTORS—B. B. Comer, T. H. Aldricb
Varcy, Robert Stephens. Charles Wh<
JS. E. Barker, President. W. J. Cameron, Casliiar.
W. A. Walker, Vice-Freeidenf. Tom. O. Smith, Ass’t Cashier.
T. M. Eradlev. 2d AfiS’t Cashier.
FIRST/NATIONAL BANK
OF BIRMINGHAM. ALA.
Capital Stock, - - ^250,000
Tesignated repository of the United States.
Chartered May 15, 1884.
rirrC'IOKP—J. A. Etratton, F. D. Nabers.W. A. Walker, T. C. Thompson, W.%
Ttcvv, '1 . H. Mpiton W. J. Cameron, N. E. Barker, Geo. L. Morris.
R. M. NKI.HON, President. . W. A. PORTER, Cashier.
A. T. JONES, Vice-President. H. L. BADHAM, Assistant Cashier.
ALABAMA NATIONAL BANE,
CAPITAL $500,000.00.
• - j/rfl,
S, E. Cor. First Avenue and Twentieth Erect, I’iriuingliam, Ala.
BtlYS and sells exctianjre on all principal ciliwl it'tlie United States, fenhjde, -Asia, Africa,"
Australia, *oiHh America and Mdxico. aqUeil* accounts of manufacturer*, merchant,
banks ail'd individuals. J,j4 8 29 tf
Banking in Air Its Branches.
T.'i - •
Stocks, Bonds and Investment Securities
• bought and sola. Real estate loans of $1000
and upward negotiated. > Drafts issued on all
parts of the world. Interest allowed on sav
ings deposits.
Banking House °< Steiner Bros.
6 26 ly ' .. _ _ . _
The Metropolitan Hotel and Restaurant
Nos. 8 and 10 North 20th Street, Corner Morris Avenue.
NEXT TO THE UNION DEPOT.
REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS.
mon to extra steers, $3.26<fr;j.70; storkera and
feeders, $2.aOfcrd.00; cows and bulls, $1.40&>
3.75; Texans, [email protected]; western rangers,$2.50
.60.
’logs—Receipts, the maTkot was
weak and 5 cents lower; heavy packing and
shipping lots, $3.70^4.20; common to choice
mixed, $3.65©t20; choice assorted, [email protected];
light, $3.60tij4.25; pigs, $1.75^/4.10.
Sheep—Receipts, SfXK); the market was
steady; inferior to choice, $1.50fd3.50; lambs,
$i.00&4.50.
Dry Goods.
O'
New York, Oct. 11.—The attendance of
•buyers today In the <iry goods Tnagket has
been on a llfhited K^ffllc i»v all deig
n ar k
*nrtmibts
and only a quiet £?pot business fias neen
reported in either^cotton or woolen goods.
The mails, however, still brings encourag
ing indications of improved distribution
from second hands in general call for quick
delivery of seasonable fabrics. The condi
tion of staple cottons is without material
alteration/ The strength of the market for
regular 'prints tia^.jbeen further indicated by
. the advance df %o- to be made in American
indigo blue and shirting prints next Wed
nesday and all indications points to a high
er general level of prices.!'or spriug^inf^jioy
calicoes also. '< t *
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P Simon Block, Nineteenth Street, Birmingham, Ala.
A famous and successful institution for the cure of
Chronic, Nervous, Blood, Skin and Private Diseases of both
sexes. Ulcers, Blotches, Sore Throat, Scrofula, Erysipelas,
Eczema, Psoriasis and ugly eruptions of every character are
permanently cured after all others have failed. Syphilis,
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of self-abuse and all disorders of Genito-.Urinary Organs
quickly cured by the latest and most successful methods.
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PHINCIPAL.
Our Specialties.
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, Kidneys
and Bladder, Constipation, Chronic Diar
rhoea. Rheumatism, Catarrh; all froms
of Skin Disease, as Eczema, Ulcers.
Blotches. Ugly Eruptions, etc.
SYPHILIS in evry form effectually
cured and the poison thoroughly eradi
cated from the blood. Gonorrhoea,
Gleet, Stricture, Cystitis, etc.
NERVOUS ' DEBILITY—Spermator
rhoea, Impotence, Seminal Losses, Fail
ing Memory, Lassitude, Gloominess, De
pression of Spirits and all effects of per
nicious habits.
All Irregularities and cases of weakness
in woman.
Dr. Dozier gives his Individual study
and efforts to the diagnosing and treat
ment of every case, prepares all medi
cines and gives all directions and advice,
thus securing to every patient the high
est professional skill and privacy as well
as security against mistakes and the use
of inferior drugs.
We make a SPECIALITY of ALL
MANNER of CHRONIC DISEASES of
the THROAT, LUNGS, HEART.
BLOOD, KIDNEYS nnd of the Genito
urinary Organs, and do pot confine our
selves to PRIVATE DISEASES alone;
hence we are patronized by the best peo
ple of both sexes, and any lady or gen
tleman' can visit our office with perfect
propriety.
CONSULTATION FREE and private
matters sacredly inviolate.
Easy payments and liberal terms to
all, especially the poor.
Persons who cannot visit us in our of
fice can, by sending us their pome, re
ceive our "Perfect Question Blanks,”
which will enable us to TREAT THEM
SUCCESSFULLY BY MAIL.
OFFICE HOURS—!) «.. m. to 12 — ; 2
p. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays, 9 a.m. to 12 m.
Send 2 cents for question list and
"Book for Men Only."
Send 2 cents for question list for /•
males
TAKE NOTICE that WE WRITE NO
PRESCRIPTIONS, but prepare and fur
.nish from our own Dispensary all medi
cines to our patients.
That we publish no individual testi
monials or letters, though we have thou
sands of the most flattering on file In
our office.
That WE CAN TREAT YOU SAFELY,
SUCCESSFULLY AND PRIVATELY
BY MAIL.
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Birmingham, Ala.
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Clippings From the Pres3.
The Daily State.
Dr. O. T. Dozier, the specialist physi
cian of the Southern Medical Dispensary,
is one of the most successful practition
ers of the south. He is a man who loy?s
the world and his fellow-man. Patients
learn to love his ever sympathetic na
ture, as they respect and confide in his
consummate skill.
Age-Herald.
It always affords a public journal
pleasure to testify to merit where it is
deserved. It is therefore wifh pleasure
and pardonable pride that the Age-iHer
ald jons with its brethren of the press in
testifying to the merit, skill and reliabil
ity of Dr. O. T. Dozier, Principal of the
Southern Medical Dispensary of this city.
Dr. Dozier has resided for many years in
Birmingham, and each successive year
has added to his reputation, to his use
fulness and to the esteem In which he is
held by our best citizens. His long rec
ord and approved abilities entitle him
to the proud distinction of standing at
“the head of his profession.”
Bessemer Weekly.
There is probably not a more highly
educated physician in this section than
Dr. O. T. Dozier. He is a specialist uf
many years’ experience and successful
practice. He is noted for his thorough
mastery of the details and intricacies of
his profession, and for unusual sclentiflo
attainments.
(Daily News, Birmingham.)
Dr. Dozier, the head of the institution,
is a physician and surgeon of education,
skill and experience, a man of culture and
high literary attainments and a gentle
man respected by all who know him. He
can be relied on in all matters pertaining
to his profession. 1 The News commends
him most cordially to all those in need of
his* services.
Weekly Mirror. Selma.
The doctor is highly recommended by
the press of the state as being a reliable
practitioncer.
(Masonic Guide.)
Dr. Dozier comes from a family of
prominent physicians, and with his full
store of medioal knowledge and his va
ried and large experience In his profes
sion, Dr. Dozier can be relied upon to
treat all diseases in the most successful
manner.
Sumter County Sun.)
Dr. Dozier’s reputation as a specialist
has overstepped the bounds of Alabama,
and he is known all over the south. Dr.
Dozier is not only an eminent physician,
but a brilliant writer and poet. Ills work
in this line has ben compared to that of
the late Father Ryan, the priest poet.
(Labor Advocate.)
Dr. Dozier bears tne reputation of be
ing one of the most successful practition
ers in the south. A personal acquaint
ance with the prncipal warrants the La
bor Advocate in giving the institution the
warmest recommendation to its every
reader.
(Bessemer Journal.1)
Dr. Dozier’s reputation is a brilliant
one. He is a specialist of nearly twenty
years’ experience in active practice and
is strictly reliable and has the confidence
of the public and indorsement of the
press. The doctor is a distinguished
graduate in every department of medical
science, and his success with patients is
wonderful.
(Winona, Miss., Times.)
Dr. Dozier is a specialist of great repu
tation nml has been unusually successful
in his practice. He never undertakes a
case unless reasonably sure of a cure. He
is a high-toned gentleman and can be con
sulted with the utmost confidence.
(Atlanta Constitution.)
Dr. O. T. Dozier, the head of the South
ern Medical Dispensary of Birmingham,
Ala., is a specialist of nearly twenty
years' experience in the treatment of
chronic, nervous and private diseases and
his uniform success has given him a lead
ing position in the medical profession in
(hat city.
(Sunny Morning Star.)
Dr. Dozier's success has been simply
marvelous and has elicited the most en
thusiastic words of praise and gratitude
from the dispensary's many patrons from
all over the state.
(Eutaw Whig and Observer.)
While in Birmingham recently we had
the pleasure of meeting Dr. Dozier and
found him to be an Interesting and genial
gentleman. He has not only the reputa
tion of being a line physician, but is a
writer of considerable character.
(The Southern Odd Fellow.)
We cannot add anything to the reputa
tion Dr. O. T. Dozier has already ac
quired In the line of his profession, but
wo know him to be a brother Odd Fellow
that can be relied on to carry out every
promise he makes to those needing his
services.
(Mountain Home, Talladega.)
The press of Birmingham and all over
Alabama speak In the highest terms of
Dr. Dozier as a physician, surgeon and
gentleman, and we have no hesitancy In
recommending him to thpse of our pa
trons who need his services.
tAiaDama Lnnsuan Aavocate.)
The Southern Medical Dispensary Is
the leading: institution of its kind In Bir
mingham and has been Instrumental In
cffeetng the cure of many serious oases,
and thus carrying healing and happinens
to many homes. Dr. O. T. Dozier, head
of the Southern Medical Dispensary,
gives his entire time and personal super
vision to the work, and brings to bear a
careful medical training In the best col
leges of the land and a long and valua
ble experience In the treatment of special
diseases. His professional standing Is
tfiimpeaehable and his character as a
gentleman and citizen Is above reproach.
(Anniston Hot Blast.)
Among the most noted and successful
specialists in this country are Dr. Dozier
ft Co. They have extended their business
from year to year and the patronage
given to them in the several surrounding
states is most gratifying. Dr. Dozier
Is a high-toned, polished, Christian gen
tleman and has many warm personal
friends in Anniston who knew him years
algo when practicing in Rome. Ga.
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