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THE MARKETS,
Clearing*..
Balances..
Bank Clearings.
.S 90,219 98
14,311 57
In Wall Street. ,
New York. Oct. 25.—Stocks were less ac
tive today. I,mttr cables from London led
ito a weaker opening here, but the decline
was confined to the fractions. I.a tor on,
steeling exchange weakened and. Posted
rates were put down %6 to [email protected],89. This
was accepted as meaning that gold ship
ments wore not likely In the near future
and operators began to even up contracts.
Manhattan was the special card, rising
from 106 to 106%. The outstanding short In
terest is still large. Another traffic state
ment was given out today, and it shows an
Increase In passengers canted yesterday of
60.000, as compared with the corresponding
day in ISM. ' Paifffic Mall WU3decidedly
stronger, and moved up from 23% to 3l%@
31Vg on an unconfirmed report that the
trouble with the Panama had been fixed up,
and the stock wfts more active: and 3600
sliai es were traded In Distilling, grid Cattle
Feeding was firm at 23%G24 on rumors that
the company had made a deal with the
American Distributing company.'
In the railway list t»t. Paul was bought
by London, but the foreigners sold Louis
ville and Nashville. Local traders were
purchasers of the western stocks on tile
belief that the forthcoming reports would
he favorable. The South westerns were all
slightly higher on covering of short con
tracts.’ In the industrial list Sugar was
sold down fractionally at the start on re
duction In refined, but later art advance of
1V„ to ivT/Vfi 106',. took place. Chicago Gas
was (fillet and firm at 68%^jG9. Over 150,090
shares of tire stock have been deposited
with the Central Trust company under the
reotganlr.alicn contract. Leather was
heavy and lower, and on liquidations
dropped 1% to 12% for the common and 3V6
to 74V- for tire preferred; Western Union
preferred advanced 2% to 92%; Tennessee
foal and Iron preferred advanced 2 to 102;
Metropolitan Traction advanced 2% to 101-*a:
Wells-Fargo Express dropped 7 to 106. 1 lie
market lett off firm In tone. Net changes
in tlie usually active list show gains of *4
to 1% per cent.
Bonds were higher.
Rales footed up 51,162,000.
The sabs of listed stocks today aggre
gated 115,100 shares, and of unlisted ,>3,830
shares.
I
new iui«.
easy at 2®2Ml per cent; last loan at 2 p«P
cent, and closing offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 5V per cent, bar
silver. 67i/ic. Mexican do jir*. —
Sterling exchange wa' firm, with actual
business in nunKers’ bills ai *4 .8714*4.8 ijs
for sixty days and $4 8'»lA®4.88,i, lor demand;
posted rates, *4.88*4.891 commercial
bills. *4.8.;iA<41-87.
Treasury balances—Coin. $99*950,941* cur
rency, *98.7"5.299.
Government bonds were steady.
State bonds were nasier.
Railroad bonds were itrin.
Silver bullion at the board was Arm, 20,000
ounces h.tvmg sold at U8Vb.
Closing bids—
American Cotton Oil. f.f,.
American Cotton Oil preferred.
American Sugar Refining.•.
American Sugar Refining preferred. ... loo
American Tobacco.... ,nr
American Tobacco preferi*ed.». 10°
Atchison. g**
Baltimore and Ohio. rx...
Canada Pacific. JJJJ
Chesapeake and Ohio.
Chicago and Alton.
Chicago, Burlington and Quihcy.
Chicago Gas.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western— lb7
Distillers and Cottle Feeders. 23%
Brio.
Erie preferred. 2J
General Electric.
Illinois Central. 100
Lake Erie and Western. 22
Lake Erie and Western preferred. 77
LnkeSuore. I*?.,
Louisville and Nashville.
Louisville, New Albany and Chicago.... 8%
Manhattan Consolidated. 106%
Memphis and Charleston. 13
Michigan Central. 08
Missouri Pacific. 34%
Mobile and Ohio. 22Vi
Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis... 75
United States Cordage .
Uuiled States Cordage preferred. 14%
New Jersey Central. 111%
New York Central. luo%
New York and New Englar.a. 53
Norfolk and Western preferred. 33%
Northern Pacific .. . 5
Northern Pacific preferred. 18%
Northwestern. 106%
Northwestern preferred. 147VI
Pacific Mail. 31%
Reading. 19
Rock Island. 76%
St. Paul. 76>4
£t. Paul preferred. 126V*
Sliver certificates. bS
Tennessee Coal and Iron. 39%
Tennessee Cool and Iron preferred. 9b
Texas Pacific. 9%
Union Pacific . 3 3Vs
Wabash. 8%
Wabash preferred. 21%
Western Union. 91 >4
Wheeling and Lake Brie. 3 4%
Wheeling and Lake Erie preferred. 45
BONDS.
Alabama, doss A.
Alabama, class B.
Alabama, classC.
Louisiana stamped 4’s.
North Carolina l’s.
North Carolina b’s.
Tennessee new settlement 3’s...
Virginia H’s deferred.
Virginia Trust Receipt 4’s.
Virginia funded debt.
United States l’s, registered_
United States 4’s, coupon.
United States 2’s.
Southern Railway 5’s.
Southern Railway common.
Southern Railway preferred.
South Carolina 4%’s.
•Ex-dividend. fBld. t Asked.
10914
3 09
100
100 i
304%
123
. 84
u !
111%
in%
97 Vi
96%
11%
3 b Vi
loti
Chicago ’Change.
Chicago, Oot. 25.—Either a bulge or a
break in wheat wcrnkl be a source of grati
fication to the commission men if the dull
ness and inactivity would coma to an end.
Today was insufferably slow in that market.
A fruitless effort to boom prices at the open
ing was followed by an easier 'feeling in
fractional decltnes, but prices were as stub
born in opposing the bearish endeavors
when a certain point was reached as they
had been to the boll tactics earlier. Two of
the large ground floor houses essayed to
boom the market during the earlier hours
of the session, but It was noticeable that
the same firms were prominent as sellers
before the session closed. December wheat
opned from 61 to 61Hc, sold between 61*4®
6l%c. closing at 60$4®60%c, Vic under yester
day. Cash wheat was steady.
Corn—'The vim was out of corn trading to
day. although the feeling was firm, the con
tinued light receipts keeping shorts a little
bit anxious. The selling wns principally on
May, operators who' were doing so at the
same time buying May oats. A theory has
existed for some tlfne paat that this spread
Is favorable, owing to the probability of the
two grains coming nearer together when
the new crop of corn begins to move. Very
narrow limits prevailed In the market to
day. the range on May being but V4e with
the close at the outside. May corn opened
<vt 29%c, sold at 29%e, closing at 2t>34c, a shade
over yesterday. Cash corn was firm.
Oats—Early there was a moderately good
business doing in oats, but trade subsided
later, and at the close there was absolutely
nothing of interest In the market. The tone
of the market was taken from wheat, that
Spain's fluctuations governing those of bats.
lay oats closed He below yesterday. Cash
oats were steady.
The leading iulures ranged as follows:
Articles Opening Highest Lowest Closing.
Wheat
Oct.
Dec.
May.
Corn—
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
May.
Oats—
Oct.
Dec.
May.
Pork—
Oct.
Jan
May.
Lard—
Oct.
Jan.
Mav
Ribs—
Oct.
Jan.
M ay.
60 tV
eivfe
65**
3 Hi
30%
2 8 Vs
2914
ievi
18%
20%
8 05
9 22V*
9 52V2
5 55
ft 70
5 b7Vi
4 67Vi
4 do
l 87Vi
60%
61 %
32
31
28%
.29%
18 Vi
18%
20%
8 05
9 22M*
9 5 2 Vi
5 55
5 7l»
5 8.^
67H
67 Vi
87**
59%
«(>%
64%
31Vi
3o%
28%
. 29%
JRVi
16%
20%
05
10
40
5ft
85
ft 6 2 Vi
597S
60%
04 %
31%
30%
26%
29%
18 Vi
18%
20%
8 05
9 10
9 40
5 55
5 67Vi
5 85
6 2 Vi
60
82Vi
Cash Quotations were as follows: Flour
was dull, and prices were steady and un
changed. Wheat—No. 2 spring wheat, 59%<g>
609icj No. 2 red. 60%(S63Hc. Com—No. 2 corn,
8Hi<S532Vic. Oats—No. 2 oats, [email protected]%c.
Mess pork, $8.I2H^8.25. Lard. $5.60. Short
rib sides, I4.62H; ary salt shoulders, 15.25;
Short clear sides, [email protected] Whisky, $1.22.
Sun’s Cotton Review.
New York, Oot 25,—The Sun’s cotton re
view says: Cotton roe* 23 to 27 points, the
distant months showing the greatest
Strength, closing firm with sales of 315,100
bales. Liverpool advanced 3Mi to 4*A points,
then reacted and closed quiet and steady at
a net rise of 1H to 2Vi points. Spot sales
worn 10,000 bales, and prices were l-32d high
er. New Orleans advanced 15 to 19 points.
Exports from the ports were very large.
The ports received 37,018 bales, Including
"various,” against 43.118 bales last Friday
and 50,031 bales laat year; total for the week,
291,340 bales, against 272,497 bales last week
and 389,253 bales last year. Spot, cotton ad
vanced 1-lGc here, with sales of 597 bales
for spinning. In Manchester yarns were
quiet, but sneady; cloths, small Inquiry.
The Liverpool sales for the week were 64.000
bales, including 58.000 American, against 94,
000 bales laot year, of which 88,000 bales were
American; stock, S87.000 bales, Including 778,
000 American, against 679,000 bales last'year,
of which 543,000 bales were American. A’pw
Orleans expects^ftomorrow 18,000 to 20,000
halos. Bulls coWtend that at the ratio of
last year's exports for the remainder of
the season, the total exports this season
will foot up 4,000,000 bales.
Today's features: The bullish factors
were an advance in Liverpool. A rumor
that Neill Brothers are about to estimate
the crop at 6,250,000 to 6,500,000 bales mate
rially diminishes offerings from the south.
Light receipts at the ports and at some of
vthe Twas Interior points and considerable
buying* partly flew buying; by operators
who are now taking the distant months—a
fa/* Which is' refloated in the conspicuous
strength of the distant deliveries. The best
prices’of. the. dAy were made toward the
(Close. Rome Wail sire** houses are talking
very favorably of cotton as a purchase, be
lieving that the worst of the week's long
liquidation Is over. *
General Cotton Markets.
Cities.
Galveston...
Norfolk.
Baltimore.
Boston.
Wilmington.
Philadelphia.
Savannah—
New Orleans
Mobile.
Memphis ....
Augusta.
Charleston ..
Cincinnati
Louisville
St. Louis._
Houston.
53
SI
8 Mi
8V»
8
S'*
8M»
8 13-16
81,5
8 5-16
8 5-16
bW
Sts
8*4
8V2
81*
8«A
25
$
®
I
Si
7143
27 39
1705
C80
1142
211
5535
11558
1473
3962
1694^
1265
1727,
9264
25
7148
27 J‘>
3016
9o39j
65 135991
431 33619
5535
12774
3183
4449
1694
18959
6276
95548
304
3350 314622
aOO .
2500 62799
913 30092
6114 ... 18811
926 4 820 5097 6
6861
New York Cotton Market.
Now York, Oct. 25.—UoUoa was quiet.
Sales, 507 bales.
Middling gulf.8 13-16
Middling. 8 9-19
New York, Oct. 25.—Cotton futures closed
Arm. Sales, 315,100 bales.
October delivery.8.43
November delivery. 8.43
December delivery.8.49
January delivery.8.57
February delivery.8.63
March delivery.8.68
April delivery . 8.73
May delivery...8.80
June delivery.8.86
New Orleans Cotton Market.
New Orleans, Oct. 25.—Cotton futures closed
quiet, but steady. Sales, 61,500 bales.
October delivery.8.35
November delivery.. 8.37
December delivery*.6.40
January delivery. .8.41
February delivery.8.15
March delivery.8.49
April delivery.8.52
May delivery.6.55
June delivery.8.58
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool, Oot. 2l.—12:30 p. m.—Cotton
was Arm; prices steady; American middling,
4 19-32d. Sales, 10,000 bales, of which 8900
were American; speculation and export, 500
bales. Receipts, 3uc0 bales, of which none
were American.
Futures opened steady; demand moderate.
American middling and low middling clause
quotations:
December and January de
livery.4 29-64d'2>4 32-64d
January and February de
livery.4 30-64 (8)4 33-6Id
February and March deliv
ery.4 31-64(1
March and April delivery..4 33-64d«4 36-G4d
April and May delivery — 4 34-64d-tt4 37-64d
May and June delivery... .4 35-U4ddl 38-64d
June and July delivery_4 37-64dft4 39-64d
Futures closed ensy.
Liverpool, Oct. 25.-4 p. m,—Futures closed
quiet, but steady.
October delivery .4 32-61d>®4 33-64df
October and November de
livery .....4 32-64(11
November and December
delivery.4 32*G4df
December and January de
livery. 4 32-64 J'ff 4 33-G4d*
Jonuary and February de
livery . 4 33-64dt
February and March deliv
ery.4 31*64d®4 35-64(1*
March and April delivery.4 35-64dtfl 36-64d
April and May delivery_1 36-64d 'o»4 37-61dt
May and June delivery...4 3S-64d*
June and July delivery. .4 39-Gidf
July and August delivery. 4 40-64d<'a>4 41-64dJ
•Sellers. iBuyers. JValuo.
Weekly Cotton Statistics.
Nashville.
Natchez.
Texan City..
Vicksburg.
Little llock.
Columbia.
Montgomery.
Columbus, Ua...
Bhicveport.
Charlotte.
Portland.
Newport News...
Louisville.
Brenham.
West Point.
Rome.
Athens.......
Meridian.
Helena..
Seljna.
Atlanta.
Columbus, Miss.
M ac« Ml.
Lufaula.
Yutxjo 'City.
Albany.
Houston.
Dallas.
Cincinnati.
St. Louis.
Galveston..
Norfolk.
Baltimore.
Boston.
Wilmington .
Philadelphia .....
Savannah .
New Orleans.
Mobile..
Memphis.
Augusta.
Charleston-...
N o .v berry.
HUB
3 186
3147
3516
7750
141b
65)49
3.»4s
G537
o4J
166 6
532
4 3
2504
10657
4780
3723
2 4*2 2
4704
2721
8.94
1770
505 l
1142
255)1
15 lo
61411
i 703
10158
86481
62111
181J3!
17U5|
59801
9977j
1217:
45683
9G6
1747
3605
6434
1418
4063
1473
2803
811
16
2030
*2994
•1300
505
3945
2129
3250
1320
40 16
531
93 7
426
57922
2030
994 1
28838
I -
:::
12264, ...
31 173 22097
11778 10076'
131401 5o
966
5669
1416
4063
500
3146
841
345
1320
2050
450
280
1165
2306
612
15900
1500
6350
3610
1046
8727
10106
9482
16754
8072
14417
196
7300
43 li
6337
4998
9775
4731
182 7 4
1811
4431
269 I
7601
56-40
'25 31
Comparative Cotton Statement.
New York, Oct. 25.—The following is iho
comparative cotton statement tor the week
ending Oct. 25:
Net receipts at all United States
port ^luring the week. 291,240
Net receipts at nil United States ports
during ihe same time last year ... 369,258
Total to this date .1,347,631
Totui receipts to the same date last
year.1,721,404
Exports for the week. 157,992
Exports for same week last year. 2oe,903
Total exports to this duto. 570,oOl
Total exports to same date last year.. 937,889
Block utall United States ports. 87 4,331
Block at all United states ports for
same time last year. 79t>.48u
Block at all interior towns. J - 7,945
Stock at all interior towns for same
lime last year. 100,179
Ktock at Liverpool. 887,000
Block at Liverpool for same time last
year. t-79,000
Btoek of American afloat lor Great
Britain. 165.000
Stock of American afloat for Great
Britain for same*tlfhe last year_ 235,000
New Orleans Cotton Exchange Statement.
New Orleans, Oot. 25.—The following is the
New Orleans cotton exchange statement
from September 1 to October 25, inclusive:
Port receipts, 1,349,258 bales, against 1,755,
628 bales lost year, 1,355,408 bales year before
lapt and 1,266,670 bale?* for the same time In
1892; overland to mills and Canada, 129,013
baled, against 388,733 bale« last year, 87,859
bales year before last and 126,736 bales for
the same time In 1S92: Interior stocks in
excess September 1, 284,136 bales, against.
210,034 bales last year, 197,SCO bales year be
fore last and 163,241 bales in the same time
in 1892; southern mill takings, 159,267 bales
agoinat 145,827 bales last year. 127,582 bales
year before last and 124,770 bales in the same
time In 1892; crop brought into sight during
fifty-five days to date, 1,821,674 bales, against
2,300,222 bale* laet year, 1,768.400 bales year
before last and 1,691,322 bales In the same
time In 1892- crop brought into sight, for the
week, 415,205 bales, against 520,806 bales for
the seven days ended fotob«r 25 last year#!
429,553 bales year before last and 353,043 bales
In the same time In 1892; crop brought Into
eight for the first twenty-five days of Octo
ber, 1,387,029 baJfW. against 1,629,685 bales last
year. 1,263,160 bales year before hast, and
1,145,044 bale® In the same time In 1892.
Comi»arLeon In these report® are made up
to the corresponding date last year, year
before UusUUJfl In 1AOM not to the close
of the corresponding week. Comparison by
weeks would take In fifty-six days of the
seasoiilaist year, fifty-seven days year be
fore jMuandtilfty-eignt in 1892, against only
fifty-ii?o days thiafryear. >
Net Receipts.
New^Kork»»Oct. 2.'v.-'lUu> foliowfng are the
total net receipts ot cotton ut all ports since
September 1, 1895
Galveston
New Orleans.
Mobile.
Havannah.
Charleston.
Wilmington.
Norfolk.
l altimpqp_-.
New YoiTL.. ----
Boston..*.
Newport jiNews.. .
Philadelphia r.. .■#t.
West Point, Va^.,
Brunswick.
Texas City*..
Velasco..
Port Boyal.
:.r*:
297,018
415,096
58,022
259,800
107,979
64,160
59,B! 0
•2,66/1
11,423
11,721
1,179
9,135
32,099
3,645
5,717
6,430
.1,347,631
Total
New Orleans.
New Orleans, Get. 25.—^Io open kettle su
gar offerings; centrifugals, choice white,
8%c; Off white, 3%(S'3 15-16e; choice yellow,
o\(aZ 13-16c; new prime yellow, 3WQ)3%c.
Molasses—often "kettle gefod prime, 36^370;
centrifugal etridtty Prime, 21c; fair, 17c;
syrup, lXtf*23c. Local, refinery sugar—Pow
dered find cut luaf, 5 3-lGc; standard granu
lated, 4a4c. IUoe was active; fancy and
choice nominal; prime, 3%®4tyc; fair,
3V4c; common, 2/$2?fcc.
St-. l^oiUs,
St. Louis, Oct. 25.—Flour was unchanged.
Wheat was lower; October, G0%c; December,
61%c; May, 66VfcWi^c.- Corn was higher;
October, 27V4c; December, 24%c; May,
26Vfec. Oats were higher; October, 17%c; De
cember, 18c; May, 2U%c. Pork—Standard
mess, $8.5'jfa Lard—Rime steam, $5.45;
choice, $5.50. Bacon—Shoulders, 6%c; longs,
5%e; clear ribs, fle; short clear sides, GVfeC.
"Dry salted meats— Shoulders, $4.62tfc; ribs,
$5.80; clears, $4.95. High wines were steady
at $1.22.
New York Oottpn Seed Oil and Sugar.
New York, Oct. 25.—Cotton Seed oil was
dull and weak; crude, 24Hc; yellow prime,
old and new, 27%c; yellow prim*, off grade.
26,/&'&274c. Goffec. was quiet and unchanged
to 5 poinite down; October delivery, $14.95(g)
$15.00; November delivery, $14.85; December
delivery, $14,66^14.70; January delivery,
$14.50; March deliveiW, $14.20^14.25; May de
livery, $13.80^13.86. Spot rio was dull and
lower; No. 7, 15*&c. Sugar—Raw was quiet,
but steady; fair refining, 3%c; refined was
quiet and *4<3 lower; off A, 4 [email protected]%c; stand
ard A, 4%e; cut loaf and crushed, 5^0; pow
dered, 47ac; granulated, 4%@>4%c; cubes, A7/a^.
Chicago Cattle Market.
Union Stock Yards, 111., Oct. 25.-Cattle-^
Receipts, 6000, with the market steady; com
mon to extra steers, $3,206(6.35; Stockers and
feeders, $2.30<§'2.S5; cows and bulls, $1.25Cop
3.75; Texans. $2,606x3.30; western rangers,
$2.25Cd'4.15.
Hogs—Receipts, 28,000, with the market
weak and 5c lower; heavy packing and ship
ping lots. $3.56'!/$.95;common to choice mixed,
$3.45r«3.90; light, $3.45fa;3.9Q; choice assorted*
$3.70((f>8.85; light, $3.45(§3.90; pigs, $2.00^2.75.
Sheep—Receipts* 13.000, .with the market
steady; inferior to ehuiea. [email protected]; lambsj
$3.00,U 4.75.
Dry Goods.
New York, Oc-t* 25.—-The week Is closing
with the main features of the dry goods!
market showing no change# of importance*
Business on the spot has again been of mod
erate dimensions in cotton gods, both staple,
lines and others, with about an average sup
ply of orders for general assortments,
through the m&ils. Tttrf reports which have*
come to hand from outlying distributing
markets are encouraging as regards volume
of business. Many Jobbers own considerable
supplies of cotton goods well below prices
now current at first hands, and consequent
ly will bq below court of production even at
today's pride of cotton. ‘Thdy are thus in a
position to aw aft developments and do a
profitable business in the meanwhile. Col
lections ana reported generally satisfactory.
Delicious : Steak,
ROAST OR STEW, CAN AL
WAYS BE HAD AT MY
STALL. j '
Mutton, Lamb or Pork and
all animal delicacies.
Stall 11, City Market.
BE2M HOLZEE.
7 20 tr
Chlcheatcr’A English IMainonil Ilranrf.
ENNYROYAL PILLS
Ortglaul and Only (Jcnulne.
3AFC, olwrrw reliable, ladies ask .
i PrugKlst for CfiicHwstcr’B EngHah IHa AI
\mond Brand in Ited and Gold iuetttIllo\
gbojtea, sealed with blue ribbon. Tuke
anoothcr. Rtfu*« dangerous ttuksMu- V
f tlont and imitation». At bruggUls, or send 4c.
’ l-i stanips for particular*, lemimontals and
“KcHcf fbr Ladle*,*' <n latter, by return
Mail. HMMIO T* stimool*ls. Name Paper.
, "ChlohcAtcrC'ueiulcul Ca.#Mu«*U«m Kfjuaie,
Sold by ail Local Druggists. l'lillcdu., l’a
27 wo sat eu ly why cow ly
209 N.20th Street,
Money loaned on Watches*
Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistol*.
Ate.
I tTe a large lot of unredeemed watches on
$eU ol on astonishing low nrlce. ;u1 B-tf
CHEAP COLUMN.
A
\y ANTED.
BIRMINGHAM
. LOAN COMPANY,
112 North Twentieth Street.
A
Call and «oe our- bargains in diamonds,
solid gold, filled 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. oc23-tf
WANTED—An expert stenographer for a
few days. Howard & Harrison, Bessemer.
WANTED—A young lady os cashier with
good recommendation. Birmingham Shoe
Company, 218 N. 19jn Street._
WANTEl>-Wido awake man to take con
trol of a monopoly; an absolute necessity
tha t sells Itself; here'short time. AddressJ
__Manu facturer. c/ire ^hte Horald._,
WANTED—To purchase about five acres'
improved land, fcuit&ble for truck garden.,•
with fvzri&ll hoilste.' lt> Birmingham,
price niust be low; *ppt-cash. Address F.
J M., c-a're Birmingham St&te Herald;_
WANTED—By a large Phi laded phi a corpo-^
ration, a salesman to represent them in
counties adjacent to Birmlngiiam to carry .
profitable specialties as side line, on com- 1
mission basis Only those with establish
ed trade in aJ>ovo territory need apply.
To such, however, exceptional opportu«<
ntty to offered. Highest references requir
ed.* Mention counties vou travel. Address
C. E. Klough, 130 Walnut street. Philadel
phia. Pa._ 10-2G-2t-sat-wod
WANTED—A young lady desires a position
a.< stenographer; an furnish references.
Address Miss E., care State Herald.
10-25-2t._
WANTED—Gentlemen boarders. Mrs. H.
Q, Williams, 1S16 7th avenue. 10-23-tf
WANTED—All owners and operators of
typewriters to examine the latest model
(No. fi) Remington Standard. Five times
as many being sold in Birmingham as all
other makes combined. W. J. Dangaix &
Co., exclusive dealers, 2003 1st avwnuo.
10-20-tf.. " " " _
WANTED—Boarders at 322 21st street. Best
table in the city.10-16-tf
WANTED—We want a first-class man to
superintend a long wall mine at Gallo
way, Ala. Apply to Galloway Coal Com
pany, Galloway, Ala._10-16- 12t
WANTED—Your watch, clock and jewelry
repairing. Will make them as good as
new at most reasonable prices. E. Dow
insulin, 2010 1st avenue. ol3-lra
FOR KENT.
FOR RENT.
Kttlo. 1613 19th street., 6 rounw; bath, gas’and
servant’s room.
No. 1716 4th avenue, 6 rooms, lot 50x140.
No. 3506 4th avenue, 5 rooms, lot 50x140.
FOR SALE.
$2000—5-room house fronting 5th avenue
park, lot 15x100. Good pick-up.
$2500—150 feet front on 14th avenue; south
ern front; splendid view of citf andjfto feet
Thom car line. E«ff TWIfis. *
House on 4th avenue between 16th and
18th streets; lot 50xlj|0.
House on 18th strife*, between Jxh and
7th avenues; lot 45xl<M
Lots at Ware’s (i^ve v«=ft*y cheag. Also
In Jouesville at veiaplow figures. Ha|p some
acreage property mat is good for ticking.
G. PKTTY.jfmK,
1826^2 Third avenue
FOB RENT.
301 and 303 20th street, double store, 65x100
.jCeet, corner 3d avertue.
211 19th street, beautiful store, 40x100 feet.
1318 1st avenue, small store, very cheap.
109 20th street; bgpt idcAtion In cijyj*.
ilfc a
•1^.
Dwellings, cffloei hTil!
different parts of the ci
WANTED.
To invest from
that will pay a go<
and bed rooms in
8-lS-lm
1 ftooo ti
‘W1*
3000 tn^reaFestate
rest. » *
OLTON ® TO.,
Dr. Smith’s Block.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE—A home cheap on street car
line. North Highlands. Five rooms, also
bath and store rooms; city water; cistern;
some fruit. Terms, parfc^cash, balance
monthly payments; /Inquire of A. OLow
ery at the postomce. _ 10-23-6t
FORCED SALE& ,
$1000—Woodlawn snaps. A $2000" home for
$1900, and $300 cash will do the work. Best
location and neighborhood; (JtJlespie street,
v5th 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 streeto-; or will sell half.
$2100—100x190, near 26th street, on 7th avenue.
$150—150x135, half block from Fowler Station,
East Lake dummy line.
$600—Good 4-room house,'Well, etc., with 12
lots, East Birmingham.
$2000—50x140, improved, 5th avenge, near 22d
street.
$300—3^4 acres under cultivation near Avon
dale.
S. E. THOMPSON.
No. 215 21st street.
i« UU HJlLiJU.
Alloy corner on 21st 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
26th and 27th streets, for $1275; easy terms.
50x100—On Avenue F, between 6th and 7th
streets, for $125 cash. .
50x240—On 8th avenue, between 22d and 23d
streets, for $1500 cosh.
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.
11AGOOD & THOMAS,
222 21st Street.
FOR SALE.
$5000—Lot 100x225, South Highlands; three
houses; all rented.
: *12500—Will buy
two elegant, resfdences
South Highlands. 9‘ .
1 65000—Lot 100x200,4 on elegant residence;
choice location; South High lands; cost
$15,000.
$2000 each—Two-story, eight-room houses,
North 2181 street, close in.
14000— Residence, HUH Street, north.
$4000— Brick residence, 8th avenue, ftorth.
■ 45000—Residence on 6th avenufe; choice lo
cation; bargain. Call at once.
We have oter property not enumerated
above In which we have bargains,
FOR RENT.
Stores on Morris, First, Second and Third
avenues, between Twenty-second and Eigh
teenth streets.
Offices in Office Building, First avenue,
and Jefferson block, all nicely fixed 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 Buy Now.
50x100—7th avenue, North, $6500.
I 50x100—5th avenue, North*'$5500.
65x100—17th street, North. $3000.
50x210—8th avenue, North, $4000.
50x140—3rd avenue, N.ojrth, $2750.
Three-story brick store, 2d avenue. North,
$12,500.
SOUTH HIGHLANDS. ,
110x175—20th street, $5250.
105x105—Avenue I, $5250.
234x172—20th street, $10,000.
Residence, $5250.
Residence, $5000.
Residence, $6500. -’
Residence, 21st street, $4500.
Residence, 18th street, $8000. * , .
Residence, 19th street, $13,000.
100 x 236—Vacant lot, 20th street, $4000.
Elegant country home, Woodlawn, $2600.
W. B. LEEDY & CO..
Telephone No. 42. North 21st St.
LOANS.
MONEY LOANED on diamonds, watches,
jewelry and moat anything of value. Lib
eral, confidential and responsible. Old
gold and silver bought Standard Loan Co.,
2010 1st avenue. o!3-lm
JH J RCKL1.AN>.008.
MONEY TO LOAN—On furniture, without
removal, from $10 up. S. R. Searle, 17th
street, between 1st and 2d avenues.
my2-3m
EXCELSTOR STEAM LATINDRY-George
A. Bllnn & Son, Proprietors, 1S07 2nd ave
nue. Telephone 222, Hlrminghani. 12-20-tf
i ana Opium Hib*
'cured at home wit:
outT'nia.book of cur
! tKMJlrtrsRent FBF2..
__■B.M.WOOLtBY.M D.
Atlanta. Go. Offlce 104% WbitehaiLS*.
Notice of Sale of Tax Lands
Owned by the State,
As directed by an act <fT the legislature
approved February 9, 1895, 1, as prodate
judge of Jefferson county, * Alabama, will
proceed to sell at public outcry in front of
the court house door of said Jefferson
county, to the highest bidder for cash, be
fltldnlng at 12 o’clock'-tnr, on
MONDAY, THE lTH DAY OF NOVEM
gHi BER, 1895,
following described-lands, which were
glit by the state at tax sale and have
;heir*n held by the state for more than two
-gofers, viz.: -
♦ No. 5, block; No. 9, Phelan’s addition
T6 Birmingham. *
,-Southwest quarter of northjtvest quarter
TS R), section 23, township IX, Yahgfc'7.
w Northwest quarter of northeast quarter
dS R), section 13, township 1», range G.
Northeast quarter of northeast quarter
3R), section 9, township 14. range 3.
Torthwost quarter of northeast quarter
R), section 1, township 15, range 1 west,
forth half of southwest quarter (S R),
lion 12, township 20, range G.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 18, township 19, range 2.
^East half of southeast quarter (S R), sec
won U, township 18, range 2.
'‘Part of 30 acres In southwest quarter of
southwest quarter (S R), section 31, town
ship 14. range 4.
Southeast quarter of southeast quarter
<S R), section 35, township 14, ranges.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 9, township 19, range 5.
Southeast quarter of northwest quarter
(S R), section 23, township 18, range 7.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 9, township 14, range 3,
One-half interest in southwest quarter of
northwest quarter (S R), section 29. town
ship 14, range 2.
Southwest quarter of northeast quarter
(S R), section 9, township 14. range 3.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 9, township 14, range 3.
One-half Interest in south half of north
west quarterns R), section 32, township 14
range 2.
Part 32 acres in southeast quarter of
southwest quarter (S R), section 31, town
ship 14. range 4.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(S R), section 9. township 14, range 3.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(8 R), section 18, township 19, range 2.
Northwest quarter of northwest quarter
(8 R), section 14, township 19, range 5.
Lots 1 and 2, block 11, in northeast quar
ter of northeast quarter, section 31, town
ship 19, range 3,
One lot 7*t acres In northeast quarter of
southwest quarter, section 7, township 17,
range 2.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter
and southw'cst quarter of northeast quarter
W it), section 17, township ,*
Commencing at the southwest corner of
southeast quarter of southwest quarter.aec
tion 22, township 17, range 2 west, running
I 6.66 2-3 chains north, thefreg^Past 7?5<Fchains,
thence south 0.66 2-3 chains, thence'Hvcst 7.50
chains to noint of heglnninjc*.iaak.iifg in all 5
aerfes, and Being lot No. Oexceptiag 15 feet
right of way east line running north accord
ing to T. T. Scott’s survfey March A. D.,
1886.
North half of southeast quarter (S R),
section 1, township 18, range 2.
Bogin on the section line at southwest
corner of W. D. Hill's lot, thence south
250 2-3 feet to center of avenue, thence east
231 feet, thence north 250 2-3 feet, thence
west 231 feet to beginning, fn McDaniel’s ad
dition,. in southwest qqarUy- o.£ squ^hwesl
quarter, section 26, township. 17. ^iinge 3*
Lots 7, 8 and 9, block 7a, East_T*ako.
let 50x150 feet In QllmCr’s gddillon.
Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 und 11 in Smith's addi
tion to Woodlawn; part of3 IV# acre# of
southwest quarter of northeast quarter,
section 20, township 19, range 4.
Lot No. 11, Hickory Grove survey.
Lot 10, block 3. Birmingham-Enslcy Land
and Improvement company.
Lot 6, block 1, Idaburg. „ , ,
Lot 33, block 2, Idaburg, J V*
Lot 34, black 2, Idaburg.
Lot 2, block 4, Idaburg.
Nortwest quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 6, township 19, range 6.
Nortwest quarter of northeast quarter (S
R), section 6, township 20, range 5.
One-third Interest in southeast quarter of
soutlieast qukrter, section 6, township 20,
range 4.
southwest qdarter (M It), section 9, town
ship 18, range 4.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 9, township 18, range 4.
South half of southeast quurter of north*
west quarter, except three acres off South
west corner, section IB, township IB, range 1
west.
Northwest quarter of northwest quarter
(S R), section 14, township 19, range 5.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(M R), section 19, township 19, range 7.
Northeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 14, township 19. range 5.
One-third interest in northeast quarter of
southeast quarter, section 6, township 20,
range 4.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter (S
R), section 27, township 19, range 5.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter (S
R), section 30, township IS, range 5.
Northeast quarter of soutlnvest quafter (S
R). section 30, township 18, range 5.
West half of northwest quarter of north
east quarter (S R), section 32, township 16,
range 1 east.
West half of southwest quarter of north
cast quarter (3 R), section 32, township 16,
range 1 east.
East half of northeast quarter of north
west quarter (S R), section 32, township 16,
range 1 east.
North half of southeast quarter of north
west quarter (S R), section 32, township 16,
range 1 east.
Lot 3, block 14, Finney & Jones addition.
Lot 6. block 15, Finney & Jones addition.
Lot 3, block 1, Powderly Enterprise.
Lot 4. block 1, Powderly Enterprise.
Lot 1, block 1, Oakville.
Lots 3 and 4, block 1, Oakville.
Lots 5, 6 and 7, block 1, Oakville.
Lots 10 and 11, block 1, Oakville.
Lot 14. block 1. Oakville.
Lot 16. block 1. Oakville.
Lot 19, block f^OaS
_ _ kville.
Lot 2i, block 1, Oakville.
Lots 23, 2< 25, 26, 27 and 28, block 1, Oak
ville.
Lots 3, 4, 5, G and 7, block 2, Oakville.
Lot 14. block 2, Oakville.
Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, block 2, Oakville.
Lots 18 and 19, block 2. Oakville.
Lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25. 26, 27 and 28, block 2,
Oakville.
Lot 3. block 3, Oakville.
Lots 6 and8, block 3, Oakville.
Lots 10, 11 and 12, block 3, Oakville.
Lots 14, 15, 16 and 17, block 3, Oakville.
Lot 23, block 3, Oakville.
Lots 27 and 28, block 3, Oakville.
Lots 1 and 2, block 4. Oakville.
Lots 7 and 8, block 4, Oakville.
Lots 15, 16 and 17, block 4, Oakville.
Lois 21. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, block 4,
Oakville.
All of block No. 5, Oakville, exgcpt lotos
17 and 23. e
Lots 2, 3, 4. 5, 0 and 7, blockfi, Oakville.
Lots 9, ID, 11. 12. 13. 14, 15, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20
and 21. block C. Oakville.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 7, Oakville.
Lots 1 and 2, block 8. Oakville.
Lots 8, 9 and 10, block 8, Oakvillo.
Lot 13. block 8, Oakville.
Lots 15, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, block
8, Oakville.
All of block 9, Oakville.
All of block 10, Oakville,
All of block 11, Oakville.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, C, 7. 8. 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14. 15,
16 17, IS, 19 and 20. block 12. Oakville.
Lots 22 and 23, block 12, Oakville.
Lots 25 26, 27 and 28, block 12, Oakville.
Lots 2, 3, 4. 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 14 and
15, block 13. Oakville. •
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21 and 22, block 13, Oak
v Lots 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28. block 13, Oakville,
All of block 14, Oakville.
Lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, block
15, Oakville,
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 9, Idaburg.
Lois 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 9, Idaburg.
Lots 5, 6 and 8, block 14, Idaburg.
Lot 10, block 3, Leeds.
Lot 2, block 4, Leeds.
Lots 23, 24 anil 25, block 5, Leeds.
Lots 11 and 12, block 13, Leeds.
Lots 15 and 16, block 13, Leeds.
Lot 22. block 14, Leeds.
Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24, block 15. Leeds.
Thirty-ttve and nine-one hundredth acres
in northwest quarter of southwest quarter
and northeast quarter of southwest quarter,
less 3 acres, section 31, township 19. range 4.
Lot 23, block 4, Chestnut street. Forest
i 1 IxIrtoV 'iT Smith Smithfiolrl
Lot 14, in southwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 23, township 17, rango 3.
Lots 21 and 22in southwest quarterof south
east quarter,section 23, township 17, range 3.
Lot 24, in southwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 23, township 17, range 3.
Lot 30x190, west part of east half of origl
naul lot 7 in southwest quarter of northwest
quarter, section 26. township 17, range 3. *
Southeast quarter of original lot 9 in
southwest quarter of northwest quarter,
section 26, township 17, range 3.
Northeast quarter of original lot 9 In
southwest quarter of northwest quarter
section 26, township 17, range 3.
Lot 16, block 6. Tillman addition to Besse
mer, section 2, township 19, range 4.
Lot 7, I) lock 10, Tillman addition to Besse
mer, section 2, township 19, range 4.
Lot 3, block 21, East Avondale.
Fraction lot 13, block 21, East Avondale.
Lot IS. .block 21, East Avondale.
Lots 15, *6 and 17. block 29. East Avoqdale.
Lots 7 and 8. block 30, East Avondale.
Lots 1, 2 and 3, block 36, East Avon.lule.
Lota 7, 8 and 9, block 36, East Avondale.
Lot 3, block 29, Forsythe's addition to
Woudlawn.
Lota 1 and 2, Forsythe’s addition to Wood
lawn.
Lot 16, block 13. In subdivision of south
east quarter of southeast quarter, section
16, township 17, range 2.
North half of northwest quarter 03 R),
section 4. township 15, range 1 cast.
East half of northeast quarter of north
east quarter (S It), section 5, township 15,
range 1 east. ^
West half of northeast quarter of north
east quarter, section C, township J5. range l.,
West half of southeast quarter of north
east quarter, section G, township 15, range J
east.
Undivided half Interest in southeast quar
ter of northwest quarter, section 7. town
ship 15, range 1 east.
Ten ax:res west end of north half of north
west quarter of northwest quarter,., section
18, township 15, range 1 east..
East half of northwest quarter o£ north
east quarter, section 32, township 16, range 1
east.
Northeast quarter of southwest quarter
section 6. township 17, range 1 east.
Northeast quarter of northwest quarter
(M R), section 32, townshif) 14, range 1 west.
South half of northwest quarter (M It),
section 32, township 14. range 1 west.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 33, towrfshlp 14, range 1 west.
Southeast quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), and southwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 33, township 14. range 1
west.
Northwest quarter of southwest quarter
less 9 acres off south end, section 1, town
ship 15, range 1 west.
East half of northwest quarter, section 2,
township 15, range 1 West.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter
(S Ft), section 4. township to, range 1 west.
Twenty acres north side of southeast
quarter of southwest quarter, section 35,
township 16, rajige 1 west.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R). section 36, township 15, range 7 west.
Northwest quarter of southeast quarter
of southwest quarter, section 3. township 16,
range 1 west.
Northeast quarter of northwest quarter
(S R), section 17, township 17, range 1 west.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter,
section 30, township 17, range 1.
Southwest quarter of northeast quarter
(S R). section 1, township 15, range 2.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 1, township 15, range 2.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(S R). section 15, township 15, range 2.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(S R), section 23, township 15, range 2.
Lot 212*6 feet square In ndrthdOlrt corner
of southeast quarter of southwest quarter,
section 16. township 17, range 2.
A parcel of land 300 feet wide by 1000 feet
long on west side and 1320 feet on east side
in east half of southeast quarter of south
east quarter, lying west of Mrs. W. M. Eas
ley Smith's land, section 20, township 17,
range 2.
Lot 4, 350x405 feet, in sub 1-3 part of west
half of southeast quarter. Elizabeth Reese’s
land, section 20, township 17, range 2.
Northwest diagonal half of northeast
quarter of northwes& quarter (S R), section
| 35, township 18, runge 2.
Northeast quarter of southwest quarter
(3 R). section 17. township 19, range 2.
Southwest quarter of southwest quurter
(S R). section 17, township 18, range 2
Northwest quarter of northwest-quarter
(8 R), section 20, township 19, range 2.
West half of northfrust quarter df north
east quarter and o4st half of northwest
quarter of northeast quarter, section 11,
township M, range 3.
North half of northwest quarter of north
east quarter, section 25. township 14,range 3.
Northeast quarter of northwest quarter
[ (SR), section 33, township 14, range 3.
Southwest quarter of southwest quarter,
I section 6, township 15, range 3.
Southeast quarter1 of southeast quarter
(S R), section 26, township 16, range 3.
“Undivided half interest in southeast quar
1 ter of northwest quarter, section 12, town
ship 17, range 3.
North half of southeast quarter of north
west quarter, section 23, township 18,
range 3.
i East half of east half of southeast quarter
of southwest quarter, section 28, township
19, range 3.
OUUUIW°oi Ijuni » Iiuiu.ncni yuiw ici
(M R), section 34, township lit, range 3.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
section 8, township 20, range 3,
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(M R), section 18, township 16, range 1.
Northwest quarter of northwest quarter
(M R), section 20, township 16, range 4.
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter
(8 R). section 16, township 18, range 4.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 36, township 16, range S.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 17. township 17, range 5.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(H R>, section 19, township 17. range S.
Northeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 19, township 17, range 5.
Southeast quarter of northwest quarter
(S H), section 30, township 17, range 6.
Northeast quarter of southwest quarter
(B R), section 30, township 17, range 6.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
(S R), section 30, township 17. range 5.
Southwest quarter of squill west quarter
(S R), section 30, township 17, range 5,
Northwest quarter of southwest quurter
IS R). section 28, township 19, range 5.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter,
section 8, township 20, range 5.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter,
section 8, township 20, range 5.
Southeast quarter of northeast quartor
(S R), section 22, township 20, range 5.
Northwest quarter of northwest quarter
(M R), section 27, township 20, range 5.
Southeast quarter of northwest quarter
(S R), section 11, township 17, range 0.
East half of southeast quarter (8 R), sec
tion 11, township 17, range 6.
West half of southwest quarter (S R),
section 17, township 17, range 6.
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter
(S U), section 16, township 17, range 8,
Northeast quarter of northeast quarter
(S R). section 22, township 17. range 6.
West half southwest quarter of southeast
quarter (8 R), section 6, township 19,
range 6.
Southeast quarter of southwest quarter
(8 R), section 6. township 19, range 8.
Southwest quarter of northeast quarter
(8 R), section 36, township 17. range 7.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter
(S R), section II, township 10, range 7.
North half of southeast quarter (S R),
section 14, township 19, range 7.
Southwest quarter of southeast quarter
(S R), section 11, township 19, range 7.
Rots 18 and 19, block 1G, Blrmtngham-Eiis
f.ot 11, block 20. Btrmlngham-Ensley,
Rot 8, block 33, Btrmlngham-Ensley.
Lot 5, block —, Swanson's addition.
Rot 2, Silver Meade.
Rot 6. Silver Meade.
Rot 84, Silver Memle.
Frac tion of lot 86, Silver Meade.
Rot 88, Silver Meade.
Rot 87, Silver Meade.
Lot 88, Silver Meade.
.Rot 33, Grady's subdivision.
East half lots 13 and 14,Bank's subdivis
Blocks 14a, 15a and part of 16a, East Lake.
Lot 6, block 3, date City.
Lot 45, block 2, Whitney. Oayle et al addi
tion to Birmingham,
Lot 15, according to a survey of part of
southwest quarter of southeast quarter, sec
tion 20. township 17, range 3. Searle & Stone
street’s survey for August Fayettte.
Begin at a point 5 feet north from south
east corner of lot 2, thence run west 60 feet,
then north 100 feet, then east 50 feet, then
south 100 feet to point of beginning; said lot
2 is shown by u map and survey of south
west quarter' of southeast quarter, section
20 township 17. range 3 for Leonard MeCoo,
Rot 24, block 111a, Hutfman's addition to
Bessemer. , . , ,
Part of lot 3, block 20, Avondale.
Rot 3, block 18, fronting 60 feet on Georgia
dirt road running back of uniform width
140 feet, section 28, township 17, range 2.
Lots 7 and 8, block 29, Walker Land com
iny.
.ots 24 ami 25, town of Shady Dale in
Uh half of northwest quarter, section 2,
vnshlp 18. range 3.
ot 9 block 9, Haskell & Miller's survey.
,ot 6 block 8. Haskell & Miller's survey,
.ot 6. block 221, Bessmer.
.ot 22, block 383, Bessemer.
,ots 13 and 14, block 16, Blrmingham-Lns
LofS 13, 14 and 15, block 3, East Lake.
Lot 17. block 1, East Lake.
Lot 15. block is. East Lake
Lot 8. block 6, New Zealand.
Lot 5 block 9. being southwest quarter of
soiltbwest quarter, Spaulding Walker Land
company, section 27. township 17. range 3
Lot 50x150 in southwest corner of block in
southwest quarter of northwest quart*-,
section 2(5. township 17, range 3.
Lots 1 and 2, block 33. Blrmingham-Ensley.
Lot 5 block 1, fronting 55 feet on Jackson
street and extending back about 12U feet to
St. Clair street of uniform width ol Howell 8
subdivision of Woodlawn.
Northwest quarter of northeast quarter
northeast quarter of northwost quarter and
west half of northwest quarter, section 34,
township 16, range 3. .
Half interest In lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block
68. Birmingham.
Half interest in lots 6 and 7, block 178, Bir
mingham.
One-third interest in lots C to J2, in subdi
vision H, block 111, Birmingham.
East half lot 13. block 82. Birmingham.
Lot 17 and 40 feet off west side lot 18, block
25. Birmingham.
Lot 6, block 017, Birmingham.
Begin ICO feet from the northwest corner
of Twenty-sixth street and Tenth avenue
north, north 40 feet, then running west |00
feet, south 40 feet, then oast 100 feet, being
part of lot 8, block 017, Birmingham.
Lot 45, block 1, Whitney Gayle et al.*» ad
dition to Birmingham, section 13, township
17, range3.
Lot 6, block 5, Henry & Copeland.
Half interest in north liu.1T of southwest
quarter of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter, section 13, township 17, range 3.
Half interest in south half of northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of southeast
quarter, section 13, township 17. range 3.
• Lot 17, block 6, R. J. Terry’s addition to
Meebanlcsville.
Lot 1, block 1, J. C. Westbrook'h survey.
Begin at northwest corner of southeast
quarter of northeast quarter, section 21,
township 18, range 4. thence 330 feet
south, thence 330 feet east, thence 330 feet
north, thence 330 feet west.
Lot 71, block 3, Beneficial Land and Im
provement company.
West half of lot 16. block 91. Birmingham,
Lots 2 and 3, block 1. south side East Lake
railroad, Fulton's addition to Woodlawn.
Lot L block 4, north side East Lake rail
road, Fulton's addition to Woodlawn.
Lots 8 and 9, block 105, Birmingham.
One-half interest in lots 18. 19. 20 and 21,
survey of southwest quarter northwest
quarter, section 2, township 18, range 3.
Undivided half interest In 15 acres in west
half of southeast quarter of southeast quar
ter, section 13, township 17, range 3.
Undivided half interest in part of south
half of southeast quarter, section 1, town
ship 18, range 4.
Undivided half interest in southwest quar
ter of southwest quarter, section 0, town
ship 18, range 3.
Undivided half interest in 2G acres off
north end of southwest quarter of north
east quarter, section 15, township 18,range 2.
Southeast quarter of northeast quarter of
northwest quarter, section 23, township 18,
range 3.
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Lot 8, Maple street. Forest Hill.
Lots 1, 2 and 3, South Cli fton.
Lots 11 and 12, South Clifton.
Lot 5, South Clifton.
Given under my hand this 2d day of Octo
ber, 1895. M. T. PORTER,
dy4 26 wkylO-17 Judge of Probate.

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