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NOW FOR BUSINESS.
A NEW ERA OF INDUSTRIAL PROSPERITY For the South, With Birmingham as the Center. They Are Coming From the Northwest, and We Are Ready for fhem. A week or two ago mention was mad® of the Southern and Northwestern Indus trial association, a corporation which Messrs. Eugene- F. Enslen, L. A. May. W. M. Skaggs and others proposed to form, with headquarters in this city. The gentlemen interested in promoting tins work have said but little concerning tlrtur plans and purposes since the tiling of the declaration. Learning that the company had prepared and was distributing a large amount of literature in line with its business, a reporter of the Slate Her ald followed up current rumor yes ter- * day afternoon by calling at the general offices of the company and making inqui ry as to wlia/t had been done and wnat is to be done. ; This company occupies rooms 222, 223, 224. 225 and 22d Chalifoux building. These rooms have been fitted up in splendid; style and have the general appearance of thrift and enterprise. Directors Gep. F. S. Ferguson, t’olonel Jackson, Mes-rs. Klisten, H. M. Wilson, L. A. May and W. H. Skaggs wme found at the office of the company yesterday afternoon, and upon request gave the following statement: The general purposes of the company arc to .promote industrial enterprises in the gulf and south Atlantic stales, the* colonization of thrifty home seekers from the northwest in the southern states and th*» encouragement of trade relations, commercial and soolal intercourse, be tween the northwest and the southern states. In many parts of the south in dustrial enterprises undertaken have failed to materialize only because the local promoters were not In a position to pursue tlie matter through the proper channels. It Is the purpose of this com pany to maintain a permanent bureau of Information, undertaking to obtain through proper agencies reliable data as to the natural advantages and indus tries of every section in which It is pro posed to operate. The abundance and cheapness of raw material, favorable climate, low tax^s and cost of living are advantages found in many sections of the south, which cannot be too well ud vert iserl. This company will at an early date es tablish an office In the city of Chicago, where desirable connections have already been made. Correspondence has already been established in several southern cit ies. With a general offloe in Birmingham and a branch office in Chicago, good man agement and systematic work should re sult In the establishment of many new In dustries, the colonization of good people from the northwest and the building up of better and more extensive trade re lations with the northwest. The membership feature, making pro vision for manufacturers and wholesale dealers of the northwest to be brought more In touch with southern merchants, Is a practical effort in the proper direc tion. Nor will the southern merchant, real estate owner and promoter fall to sec the advantages of this company in affording an agency through which new and desirable connections may Ire estab lished. Tho officers of this company are: W. II. Skaggs, president, Col. J. F. I?., Jack sun, vice-president; Eugene F. Enslen, chairman finance board; I, A. May. secretary and treasurer, and Gen. Fred Ferguson, general counsel. Hon. Robert Porter of Cleveland, Hon. S. W. Atherton and E. S. Conway of Chicago are among those who co-operate in the northwest. A SPLENDID CAVALCADE. The streets of our city* will be enlivened today by one of the most novel sights that has ever been wlfcno^isfcd. It can truthfully be said that newer before 1ms a cavalcade embraoed delegates from so many different races, people’s and na tions. Often we have beeai visited by a very vanJgat.ed assemblage of such in the ordinary traveling exhibitions, but on no occasion hds there been the thorough at testing of the greTvuiuenoiss of the charac ters as are now vouched for by Colonel Cody, Mr. Nate Salsbury of the Buffalo Bill's Wild West, indorsed by Mr. James A. Bailey himself. Unlike the perennial shows visiting us, this Rtreet exhibition will consist of only detachments fixjm each division of peo ples, unembelished with gliding or tinsel, nnd in llprht •nwixeh'infr orde^r. The herds of wild buffalo, the wild bucking horses and savage steel's must be carefully co ral led and g-uarded In camp. Yet the sen timent attached to this, the first march through our streets of such widely differ ent peoples anti military of various coun tries, is one that marks the progress of man s brotherhood, and is the first ex emplliication that in time knowledge and acquaintance will dispel racial prejudices and national hatred, and empliasize tho . . F .-,11 m»,,l,l,wl<„ Irl .1 ulcl, In The real royaJty that roved the contj. | nont when Columbus landed will repre ^ »nt the fast disappearing race—“the last of the Mohicans”— marching. by the side of his erstwhile foe, now friend, the scout and frontiersman. United States cav alry will carry “Old Glory4” the star 1 spangled banner, alongside the English* Irish Royal La inters and the Cross of St. George. The FVonch Chasseur will be In amity with the German Cuirassier, with the trl-colored drapeau of “La Belle France” waving* in harmony with the black eagle of Germany, while the noted ■cowboy band will add patriotic impulse to each with the strains of “YVacht am Kliine," “Marseillaise," "God Save th< Queen," St. Patrick's Day" and "Yankee Doodle." As this assemblage of sons of lighting forefathers march to the spirit of peace,the Russian Cossack from the Cau casus, the Gaucdio of South America, the Mexican Ruralie. tlie Texas Ranger, the Asiatic Tartar, Spanish Vaquero, the Be douin Arab and that latest addition to historic horsemen, the American cowboy, will form a collection—and all on horse back—that prvsaages the da wn of univer sal friendship—the millennium. Notice. We have just received a carload of choice California wines, such as Clarets, Port, Sherry and White Wine. They are equal in quality to any imported wines; prices are within reach of everybody. Special inducements to parties buying by the barrel. Samples free of charge. Give us a call. M. & A. WISE. Corner Morris Ave. and 20th St. POLICE CIRCLES. Officers Bowler and Ellard yesterday arrested Steve Fowler, a negro, whom they suspect shot Ed Glover some tiime ago at Bessemer. Will Thomas, a. lias Rucf Gleason, want ed for burglary in Attalla is in the city jail of Birmingham. He was captured by the vigilant officers, Bodeker and Ellard. about two weeks ago, and the Attalla authorities will come for the prisoner to day. Charles Gordon, who das arrested last Sunday on Eighteenth street and Ave i; u<• A by Oiflcers Donelson, Bodeker and J.iiard, Is wanted in Decatur, Ga.. for 1 irglary, arson and breaking jail. The crime was committed about a year ago, and t is said the offenders bbrned the dwelling and that the entire town was almost destroyed in the conflagration. Fresh bread and candy made daily at C. W. Cody’s, 1820 to 1826 3d avenue. j*j *f ip PERSONAL Col. A. C. Hargrove of Tuskaloosa was In the city yesterday. Capt. John C. Henley and wife have returned from an extended European trip. Cards have been issued announcing the marriage on October 31, of Mr. William J. Lasseter and Mis;) Margaret Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fitts and Col. Hor ace Harding of Tuskaloosa came up yes terday to attend the Hardlng-Muore wedding. Mrs. 1 lav id Lewis returned to her home in Chicago yesterday after a pleasant visit to Mr M. P. Lewis and family, North Birmingham. '* The Sou thefn club's invitations to its (tuiiua.1 reception have been issued and the members ran get same by calling On tire secretary or at the club. Col. Robert McKee has been appointed rpeoiul examiner of the department of .justice, with headquarters at Birming ham, which is a nice, easy job and a good, fat- Salary. Clerk N. \V. Trimble of the United Slates court and Mr. Janies Bruce of the United State* marshal's office return ‘d from Ujilted States court at Huntsville yesterday. ■ Mr. J. B. MoClary. superintendent of the Birmingham Railway and Electric company, has returned from Montreal, (’in., wh re he'attended a convention of tlie street railway men. Miss Lillie Drennen, a beautiful young lady of Birmingham, came down on the evening train yesterday to attend the Adains-Clemei»is wedding. She returned home on the midnight train.—Tuskaloosa "Times. Two thousand five hundred pairs of ladies', misses’ and gentlemen’s fall and winter shoes, bought at all prices, re ceived, Ladles’ and gentlemen's summer shoes will be sold for the next few days regardless of cost or price. T. C. King, 2026 First avenue. MaJ. and Mrs. W. J. Milner and Miss Mary Clare Milner, Mr. and Mrs. James Weatherly and Mr. Z T. Budolph, who attended the launching of the United Stales cruisers. Nashville and Wilming ton. at Newport News Saturday, have returned home. JT luiciin- man rtiinaia—iyumu»n Dougald, Columbus, Ga.; E. E. Krause, Baltimore; It. B. Clowe, North Carolina; IV. E. Stalnalcer, Jenllson, Ala.; .lames Colville. Chicago: V. l>. Price, Louisville; W. W. Woodruff, Rome; S. S. l.angool, Chattanooga; Worthing:. Detroit; S. M. Arehibald, Eutaw; W. W. Veal, New Or leans; A. C. Hargrove, Tuskaloosa; Mrs. M. J. Neilson.and two children, Tuska loosa; H. Metzger, Meridian; 1, ■ ,:t Smith, city; F. W. Garrett, Weldon, N. C.; D. J. Cohen. St. Louis; D. Parkinson, Atlanta; James F. Conall. Q. & C. It. R.; Willis Banks, Columbus; J. M. Mamas, city; S. Gratz, New York; Theo Williams, Nashville; O. W. Summers, Chattanooga; L. A. Conrad, Louisville. We will make a special dis play of diamonds and watches for today only. H. C. Abbott & Bro3., 121 Twentieth street. TERSELY TOLD. Reserved seats for "Buffalo Bill's Wild West" performance can. be obtained at Norton's drug store. Second avenue and Twentieth street. Machinery for the Birmingham Cotton mill has begun to arrive and will be put in place as soon as possible. The mill will probably be in operation by the mid dle of next mouth. In Knoxville, where the Taylor broth ers occupied the theater, many of Lhe society people were forced to take seats in the peajiut gallery. Let ter buy your tickets and secure your seats early. No one can fail hearing these distinguished gentlemen. Two thousand five hundred pairs of ladies', misses' and gentlemen's fall and winter shoes, bought at all prices, re ceived. Ladles' and gentlemen's summer shoes will be sold for the next few days regardless of cost or price. T. C. King, 2026 First avenue. The October issue of the Antler, which is the official organ of the Elks, appears with a frontispiece portrait of Mr. 13. M. Allen of this city, grand esteemed loyal knight of the order. The number contains also a sketch of the young at torney's life with merited complimentary comment. An interstate shoot takes place in At lanta beginning today and continuing throe days. Birmingham will be well represented in the contest by Messrs. R. H. Baugh. F. R. Abbott, R. M. Brown and J. II. Allen. Messrs. Walter L. Smith and Arthur Crowder were also In the party that went to Atlanta.. RAPHAEL. CAKAVELLA, Chop House, Corner 1st Avenue and 20th Street, No. 1931. Oysters received fresh daily and served in any style. Maccaroni served Italian style Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and to order. Open day and night. 10-22-tf UNDER THE CAR WhIEs. William Cass, a Rolling- Mill Employe, Killed While Attempting t.) Cross the Track. William Cass, employed by the T-ttr m Ins ham Rollins Mill company as gas producer was killed by a Louisville and Nashville switch engine near the Alice furnace about 8 o'clock yesterday morn ing. Cass boards across the railroad tracks from the. mill and was on bis way to work when his sod fate overtook him. The body was horribly mutilated and hardly recognizable when picked up. George Cass, a son of the unfortunate man. who also works at the rolling mill, was notified and had Iho body removed to Warner ft Smiley's undertaking estab lishment, where it was prepared for shipment. Deceased came from St. Louis some time ago and has a family now living there. His remains were shipped to St. Louis last night for burial. Turks Continue Their Attacks. Constantinople, Oct. 22.—Reports have reached here that the Mussulmen at lsmld. a town in Asia Minor, sixty miles southeast of this city, are continuing their attacks 'upon Christians It Is charged that a Turkish soldier at that place made an assault upon a young Armenian girl and threatened her with death Tills charge Is denied by the authorities at Isirdd. lint the representa tives have nevertheless been hastily dis patched to the scene. The public prose cutor at lsmld has started for Akhissar to begin an inquiry Into the recent mas sacres there. According to advices re ceived from Adana and Aleppo, a. revolu tion propaganda of serious proportions is in operation In this section. Agents of the propaganda are enrolling young Armenians under their standard, and arms, ammunitions and dynamite are re ported to have been secretly imported in that vicinity. Sir Phillip Currie, British ambassador, had an Interview with Kiamlt Pasha, the grand vizur. and the said Pasha, the foreign minister today._ Died. Mr. George W. Rhinehart of “Wood lawn, Ala., aged 47. Mr. Rhinehart wax U collector for X. H. Hamilton. PUBLIC SCHOOL HOLIDAY Buffalo Bill’s Historic Exhibition Is Too Much for Our Enterprising Pedagogues Not to Indorse. The public sch<x>ls of ttie city are not in session today. The children were given a holiday for the purpose of attending Buffalo Bill's ptu>vy. When asked about It yesterday after noon by u. reporter o£..tUa State Herald Superintendent Phillips said: “Yes, the children of the schools will be giveh“A' holiday. Children and par ents have been making Inquiries about it for several days, and today hundreds of notes and requests-were received by -the teachers. It sec met 1 evident that the -attendance would be very piucli ■ di minished and those present would do but little work. I -made an effort to get the procession to pass tile “Several school buildings so that all tile.children might view it, and, falling in-that, after consul tation with the board of education, I de cided that it would be, better to give a holiday.’’ .... ..... Commenting upon the show, Dr. Phil lips said he regarded -the exhibition of Buffalo Bill as something more than a mere entertainment. "It represents an era in the develop ment of'pur Civilisation 'that is rapidly passing away, and furnishes the child with conceptions that are essential to an appreciation rtf an Important phase of American' history. To tills sense It is highly educative to children and should not la* compared with the ordinary ring show, whose chief attraction consists in the antics of d few painted clowns." SELMA’S BUDGET. A Chrysanthemum Show for November—The Central City's Birthday—Dixie Club Reception. Selma. Oct. 22.—(Special Correspond ence.)—The members of the Methodist church will give a chrysanthemum show at the Young Men's Christian associa tion early in November. All churches and citizens are,.invited to take part. The object of thfc show is to cultivate a love for the beautiful, The glory of Selma is her pretty' “homes, and nothing gc.es so far toward making a pretty home as pretty lawns garnished with flowers. The premiums that will be offered at the show next month will be numerous and varied, and a list 6t them will be pub lished later. Choice plant* from neighboring cities are expected, and it is likely that the nurseries who have ‘customers in Selma will contribute materially to the show, and'offer a number of prises. one of Selma's most successful growers of flowers of all sorts proposes to exhibit on this occasion a Japanese pagoda con structed of. chrysanthemums, roses and palms. On the 4th day of December. 1820. Vi ll llam R. King, afterwards United States senator and vice-president, christened this city Sdma, At the, turn" this city was christened, according t6..”John Hardy’s History or Selma and Her institutions,” there was but one other Selma on the United Stall's, and it a .village in Jeffer son county, Missouri. Now, according to the United States postal guide there are fifteen postofflees of this name in the, Uhit**d States. They are in each of the following named slates' Alabama.; Arkansas. Cali fornia, Illinois. Tndfaha,’ Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky. Minnesota, Nnfth Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas. Virginia and Florida. The word Selma. Js Clreuk, and means a seat, a throne, a row of seats, etc. The Dixie Social club will give its open ing german on the evening of Friday, November 8. The Dixie club will enter upon the new season of gaiety under unusually' favorably .'nuspic.es. It pro poses to make the coming season out shine all previous ones. Miss Fannie Lawrence .pf Plantersville is visiting friends in Selma. One glance at the cotton exchange board yesterday was effOligli for the av erage Selma cotton dealer*. January* fu tures opened at 8.r,,r>. wont to 8.66 and then declined to 8.21. The local market went off another quarter of a cent. Wallace Stollenwvi-ck of llirmingham passed through Selma yesterday on the way to his home from Greensboro, where he lias been, visiting his mother. Harry Hawkins returned to Birming ham yesterday. He enjoyed a fox chase with Selma, friends Saturday night. He was also a member of the party that piej nicked at the Stevenson place Saturday. Charles Vlnlng, an old engineer on the Southern, has been promoted to the po sition of traveling epgincef. He is one of the most popular men who ever handled a throttle and there is general rejoicing among the railroad men because of his promotion. Ladies with small feet can get a bargain now at The Smith Shoe Co.’s. 10-18-tf __ Montgomery and Return Sunday, October 27, Only J1.50 Round Trip. An excursion will leave Birmingham for Montgomery Sunday, October 27, 1895, at 8 a. m.. reaching there at 16 a. in , re turning leave Montgomery at 10:30 p. m.. making a quick run back. Duly *1.50 round trip. By this arrangement you can spend the entire day In the Capital City at a very low rate. The accommodations and comfort of this excursion will be the same as if you were on the regular passenger train and had paid full fare, so do not fail to lake advantage of it. For further information apply to any ticket agent of Louisville and Nashville rail road. or to D. p. Klnnebrew. excursion agent. Box 685. Birmingham. Ala. 10-18-td ~ ‘ * ‘ CARPENTERS' AND JC ERS'UNION. The Carpenters' and olners' union, which was recently orga^..ed in Birming ham, lias been admitted to operate tinder the international constitution. The un ion meets at Bricklayers' hall, on Twen tieth street, four tlrties a month. Know Hood’s Cured “I was all run down and could not sleep at night on account of the continuous and severe pains tnrougn my oouy. fl bad also stom ach troubles and catarrh. After taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla a abort time I com '» menced to *im ^ prove, and after using three bot i ties in all, my tirely left me. I now have an appetite, 'leep well and am free from all itomaoh tronble. I know I waa oared by Hood’s Sarsaparilla Mibb Alice WkaT, W. Bridgewater, Pa. Hood’* Wlbff GANGERS on OOR1D ^ Dra.Qi aim ■tree! fB&TMtfxAMoiiu. eot, ClndJi»»tk ° rfHE STUDY '■ *' — of the action of A ‘medicines, or vegeta ■ bie comnounds, upon the stomach, and tests ' ift many hundreds ^ ! of< cases, long ago c<toviuccd Doctor Ri. V. Pierce, Physician to the Invalids’ Hotel and Surg ical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., that all cases of Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint could be cured permanently if the right treatment were given, In support of his belief that he had discovered an altera tive extract which he called “Golden Med ical Discovery," that would cure these dis eases, he collected from all parts of the country the evidence of those who had used his medicine, and he has asked the public to investigate for themselves, as he would be glad to furnish the names arid addresses of thousands of people who hare used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical -Discov ery. All interested shewjdd send jpr a .little medical treatise on Dyspepsia, Chronic pi arrhea, “Liver Complaint,” Biliousness, Constipation and Piles,”published by the World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and marled ott rcceipt-of six cents in one-cent stamps. This book also contains the photographs and testimony of many persons who have suffered from dis eases of the digestive organs. INDIGESTION; SEVERE PAIN IN STOMACH. Thomas Fletcher, of Clifton station. Fair fax Co.. Fa., writes: ble tortures for ten years with wh »t your l)r. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advis er describes, as ' Oas tralgia* (pain iii stom I ach). I employed our home-doctor — took % dozen bottles of sarsa parilla with no bene fit ; then I took one half dozen bottles of a celery compound with out any benefit; then eight bottles of iron _ tonic, yet I was no bet “ ter; this was in rflffy I then took six bottles „ „ _oi L»r. n«3CC 8 vjoiaen Tnos. Fletcher, Esq. Medical Discovery, which made a nnv man of me. I am uow fifly two years old. and for the past five years I have worked very hard on my farm. It is Impossible for me to say too much for the ' Golden Medical Discovery.’ ” r IMITATORS j jj ABOUND i X of most of the successful things* and j' Q) especially of the world-fumed Liebig Company’s Extract of Beef. ^Therefore fors.it is factory results JCpn your cooking Y the genuine lffj) with this sign a-/] If rjjft lure iu blue. U \ ‘ Gg«E3 ,'O'BRIEN’S OPERA HOUSE. '■ : pF,N S. THIESS, Manocer. ONE NIGHT ONLY! THURSDAY, OCTOBER - 24. Direct from Chicago Op«ta Houso. Marvelously Presenting The Operatic Spectacular Extravaganza. . . . Or. . . IVaid of Balsora. It can bo truthfully said that this is the largest traveling organization in America. 103 People In Cast! 3 Car Loads of Scenery! 2 Grand Ballets (with 4 Premieres) Augmented Orchestra! A special train is required to transport this immense organization. Prices—25c, 50c, 75c, $j and $1.50. Yankee Doodle ^ Dixie One Night Only, Friday, October 25, III'Uni Famous Tennessee. Brothers, —Bob and AH Tajloi'— in their new and novel creation, assisted by The Dixie Quartette, \ -'♦ “A new thing under the bud."—Atlanta igl&fcstitution. .^Opened to 4000 audience at Nashville.”— f American. *■ <t "^Tennessee's greatest fun makers."— Xt^oxvllle Tribune.‘ __ ADDISON & CO., ttencral Insurance Agents and Brokers No. 607 Thirteenth street, Northwest, Washington, D. C. ! V * / / Represent only the best companies and place insurance on all classes of insurable property at from 15 tn20 per cent lower than locAl agents. We deal direct with the prop erty owner and save him the agent's com mission. We make a specialty of insuring cotton, cotton gins, stores, farm property, mills and factories of all kinds. Form for description of property mailed upon application. Writes us before insuring for rates. Solicitors wanted. 8-26-3m MISCELLANEODS. FOR SALE—Pointer dog, two years old; faet, stylish, wide ranger; elegant nose, great courage and unlimited endurance; no better in Alabama. T. T. Aehtord, 1916 3d avenue.H>-22-2t MONEY TO LOAN—On furniture, without removal, from $10 up. 6. R. Searle, l?tn street, between l£t and 2d avenues. my2-3m___' EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—Qeergs A. Blinn &. Son, Proprietors, lz07 2nd avo nue. Teieohone 222. Birmingham. & 209 N.20th Street, Money loaned on Watches Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols* &c. Dave a large lot of unredeemed watches on r’» » » rr r*trin oMr^inw nrln®. InlR-tf CHEAP COLUMN. WANTED. jm "^BIRMINGHAM m ® ® LOAN COMPANY, ft® 112 North Twentieth Street Call and see our bargains In diamonds, solid gold, 11 lied and silver watches, charms, rings, jewelry of all kinds, adjusted watches, pistols, cartridges. Money loaned on all articles described above at. reasonable rates. Business strictly confidential. Pri vate entrance from the alley. oc2D-tf WANTED^-Gentlemen boarders. Mre. H. U. W11 bants, 1316 71h avenue.10-^tf WANTED—A place by licensed engineer and machinist; competent to do first-class work; oither locomotive or stationary en gine. Address Nathan Martin, East Lake, _A ki. _*__ WANTED--An ac tive traveling salesman in this seotl'on to sell our mechanical rub ber goods for a commission and division of profits. We want an experienced man. familiar with the trade; goods tight, prices low. Address Rubber, box 1592. Phil ad el phi a, Pa._10-22-3t WANTED—A white wonmn to cook and do feneral housework for small family; good lome fur right party. Addrees Mrs. S. Hine, Woodward, Ala._10-20-3t WANTED-All owners and operators of typewrilers to examine the latest model (No. 6) Remington Standard. Five times as many being sold in Birmingham as all other makes combined. W. J. Dangalx & Co., exclusive dealers, 2003 1st avenue. _10120-tf_ WANTED-Boarders at 322 21st street. Best table in the city._10-lG-tT WANTED-We want a first-class man to superintend a long wall mine at Gallo way. Ala. Apply to Galloway Coal Com pany,^Oalloway^Ala._10-16-121 WANTED—Your watch, clock and jewelry repairing. Will make them as good as new at most reasonable prices. E. Low insolm, 2010 1st avenue. ol3-lm FOR RENT. FOR RENT. No. 1613 19th street, 5 rooms; bath, gua and servant’s room. No. 171(> 4th avenue, 5 rooms, lot 50x140. No. 2505 4th avenue, 5 rooms, lot 50x140. FOR SALE. $2000—5-room house fronting; 5th avenue park, lot 45x100. Good pick-up. $2500—150 feet front on 14th avenue; south ern front; splendid view of city and 200 feet from ear line. Easy terms. House on 4th avenue between 16th and 18th streets; lot 50x140. House on 18th street, between 5th and 7th avenues; lot 45x100. Lots at Ware's Grove very cheap. Also in Jonesvllle at very low figures. Have some acreage property that Is good for trucking. L. G. PETTYJOHN, 1826Vi Third avenue FOR RENT. 301 and 303 20th street, double store, 55x100 feet, corner 3d avenue. 211 19th street, beautiful store. 40x100 feet. 1318 1st avenue, small store, very cheap. 109 20th street; best location in city. Dwellings, offices, halls and bed rooms in different parts of the city. WANTED. . To invest from $2000 to 3000 in real estate that will pay a good interest. T. H. MOLTON & CO., 8-18-lm Dr. Smith’s Block. FOR SALE FOR SALE—South Highland loit, only $300: two North Birmingham lots, $40; good house and lot, Joneoville, $350, $5 monthly. B. F. Bbom, 20064 2d avenue.__ FOR SALE—A home cheap on street car line, North Highlands. Five rooms, also bath and store rooms; city water; cistern; some fruit. Terms, part cash, balance monthly payments. Inquire of A. C. Low _ery at the poatofflee._10-23-6t SETTER PUPS—For sale, several excep tionally line blooded Lowellyn setter pups. Address Lowellyn, 403 N. 20th street. 10-20-3t-su-wed-su FORCED SALES. $1000—Woodlawn snaps. A $2000 home for $1000, and $300 cash will do the work. Beat location and neighborhood; Gillespie street, 5th house north from Fulton Station; 50x 172. 5^room cottage, large hall and excel lent well; servant’s house, fruit and flow ers. If you have an idea of getting a home go and see this quick. Must sell at once. $12.500—Renting at $1440 per year; 100x190; choice improvements; 5th avenue, between 19th and 20th streets; or will sell half. $2100—100x190, near 26th street, on 7th avenue. $150—150x135, half block from Fowler Station, East Lake dummy line. $500—Good 4-room house, well, etc., with 12 lots. East Birmingham. $2000—50x140, improved, 5th avenue, near 22(1 street. $300—3*4 acres under cultivation near Avon dale. S. E. THOMPSON. No. 215 21»t street. FOR BALE. Alley corner on 21at street, 90x100, 5-room house, for $3250 cash. 640 acres of land In twelve miles of city for $3 per acre cash. 50x140—5-room house, Avenue E, between 26t.h and 27th streets, for $1275; easy terms. 50x190—On Avenue F, between 6th and 7th streets, for $425 cash. 50x246— On 8th avenue, between 22d and 23d streets, for $1500 cash. 25x140—On 3d avenue, close in, for $3500, $500 cash, balance easy terms. Three acres of land at Avondale for $275; easy terms. 50x140. on 5th avenue, between 24th and 25th streets, for $1750; third cash, balance one and two years. WANTED. $2000 at 8 per cent for two years. HAGOOD & THOMAS, 222 21st Street. FOR SALE. $5000—Lot 100x225, South Highlands; three houses; all rented. $2500—Will buy two elegant residences South Highlands. $5000— Lot 100x200, an elegant residence; choice location; South High lands; coat $15,000. $2000 each—'Two-story, eight-room houses, North 21st street, close in. $1000—Residence, 19th street, north. $4000—Brick residence, 8th avenue, north. $5000—Residence on 6th avenue; choice lo cation; bargain. Call1 at once. We have oter property not enumerated above in which we have bargains. FOR RENT. Stores on Morris, First, Second and Third i avenues, between Twenty-second and Eigh teenth streets. Offices in Office Building. First avenue, and Jefferson block, all nicely llxed up. Residences at reasonable prices in all parts of the city. MALONE & BELL, 2017 1st avenue. 10-16-tf LOST! The Opportunity of Your Life If You Pail to Bay Now. 50x190—7th avenue. North, $6590. 50x190— 5th avenue, North, $5500. 65x100—17th street, North, $3600. 50x246—8th avenue, North, $1000. 50x140—3rd avenue. North, $2750. Three-story brick store, 2d avenue, North, $i-,aoo. SOLITH HIGHLANDS. 110x175—20th street. $5250. 105x163— Avenue I, $5250. 234x172—20th street, $10,000, Residence, $5250. Residence, $5000. Residence, $6500. Residence, 2lst street, $4500. Residence, 18th street, $8006. Residence, 19th street. $13,000. 100x236—Vacant lot, 20th street. $4090. Elegant, country heme, Woodl&wn, $2600. W B. LEEDY & CO.. Telephone No. 42. 114*4 North 21st St. LOANS. MON BY LOANED on diamonds, watches, jewdlry and most anything of value. Lib efuL confidential and responsible. Old gold and silver bought Standard Loan Co., HUO 1st avenue. ol3-lm Without Reserve. Our large and well assorted stock of Men's. Youths', Boys' and Children’s Clothing for the Fall and Winter MUST BE SOLD. We have announced for some time our intention of going out of the ready-made clothing line. By giving us a call we will convince you that we are de termined to do so. Oar Merchant Tailor ing has reached such PUOPORTIONS that we need the space occupied by our clothing. We invite an inspection of our large and varied line of PIECE GOODS. Qur MR. M. WEIL has just returned from the Eastern markets. Everything new and nobby has received his atten tion. CHEVIOTS in all COLORS. PAT TERNS and QUALITIES. CLAYS of every description. Full Dress Suits a specialty. Gents' Furnishings have been the recipient of unusual care. The stock is larger than ever. Full up with every thing " UP TO DATE." In HATS we have KNOX, STETSON and all the leading makes and correct in styles. M. WEIL & BR0„ 1915 and 1917 First Avenue. (POTTER BUILDiNQ) $100.00 CLEVELAND BICYCLE given away. A ticket free with each dollar purchase. Ladies Defenders. This week we will sell you a pair of these beautiful DEFENDERS for 19 cents; worth 75 cents. Biggest bargain ever offered in Gai ters. Similar bargains in all grades of Shoes. The Feet Fitter, 2010 2d Avenue. ator. Does most of the work in writing AU TOMATICALLY, and yields in the time thus saved additional work. It acts as if it studied the convenience of the operator at every turn, and there by'lightens his labor and renders him capable of doing more. It has a knack of keeping well and is always ready at critical or other times. These are some of the reasons why It is so different from all other writing ma chines. The catalogues tell you more about it. FREE. The Columbia Typewriter Mfg. Co. 116th Street, Fifth and Lenox Avenues, New York. Biiazeal Bros., General Agents . . . For the State of Alabama. 223-225 Twenty-first Street, Birmingham, Ala. Other machines taken in exchange for bar-locks. Repairing and cleaning a specialty. I have forced them to reduce! their price, BUT they have also reduced the quality I of their whisky. I still sell the same standard brands, same standard quality and samel price—75c a bottle. H. BARNARD, 209 and 211 Nineteenth Street. CURE rOURSELF! Big O lea non-polsonouK ' ' remedy for all unnatural 1 1 die* harfcea. and any In dam I / mr.i.ou. irritation or olcer [ atton of mucous membrnnes. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS or sent in plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, on receipt of 91.0U,or3 bottles ror|2.76. w Circular sent on request. f Ean«fa*tur*ri by The Bvarifc Oheihical Oo. CINCINNATI, O.. U. 6. A. marl ly FOR OVER I^IITTY YEARd An Old and Well-Tried Remedy, WHS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP, lias been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children whila teething with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by druggists in every part of the world. Be sure and ask for MRS. WINSLOW S SOOTHING SYRUP and taka no other kind. 26c a bottle. sep20-ly-dAwky ,. . .... ..vl