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THE MARKETS,
In Wall Street.
New Tork, Nov. 4.—A lower range of
prices was established in the stock market
today. I^ondon was again a heavy seller of
(Rocks owing to the political complications
abroad, and the foreigners were credited
With disposing of 30,000 shares of Ixmisvllle
and Nashville. Commission houses were ac
tive and considerable long stock was sola
(or the account of holders whose margins
have been weakened by the steady shrink
age In values. Boston sold Atchison aiui
Burlington and Quinoy. The sales awc*'£
tributed to the break in coppers there.
Local bear operators wore somewhat ag
gressive, supposedly acting
having thrown over at least 20,000 shares
of stocks. The strength of the sterling ex
change market accelerated the downward
movement and there was the usual talk
about gold exports. The disturbances abroad
lent additional Interest to the subject, al
though up to the close of business no ar
rangement had vbeen made for shipments.
The Impression is that there would be no
outward movement, at least until Saturday,
and even then shipments will be avoided, as
a prominent house is expected in the market
with 600,000 pound cables later in the week.
The pressure to sell was most pronounced tn
the ease of the internationals, southwest
ern s and grangers. Louisville and Nashville
fell 2% to 53Vi, Kansas and Texas preferred
2 to 30*4, Atchison 2% to 15%. Atchison pre
ferred 2% to 24%, Wabash preferred 1 to 19,
Denver and Bid Grande Purred 1% to
47%. Missouri Pacific 1% to 28%, Mobile and
Ohio 1% to 18%, Big Four 1% to *40%, Lake
Shore 2% to 147, Burlington and Quincy lVi
to 82%, St. Paul 1 to 74, Hock Island 1% to
73%, Chicago Gas 1% toi 65%, Colorado Fuel
2y, to 31, Delaware and Hudson 2 to 120, Jet -
eey Central 2>4 to 106%. PacificMall Its to
2*1%, Tennessee Coal 1% to 3b, Rubber 1 jt to
35% and Rubber preferred 1% to 91V&. 1 he
a;>‘/3 aim nuuuci "*,D- -
weakness of the Atchison securities was as
cribed to poor earnings and the failure or
the insiders to agree on the personnel of
the new directory and officers. The grang
ers held well for a time. Near the close some
of the minor bears covered their shorts ami
a rally of % to lVf» ensued, but in the final
transactions Lake Shbte and St. Paul, Kan
sas and Texas preferral and Southern Pu
blic suffered. The market closed weak and
cmc auitercM. a nc u»w —, -
V. to 2% per cent lower on tlie day, Louis
ville ancl Nashville' leading. Southern Pa
ciflc, however, lost 3%. The eale« were 314,
913 shares, Including 39,900 Atchison, 30,000
Sugar, 29,800 St. Paul, 24,500 Burlington -and
Quincy, 21,200 Reading and 115.500 Louisville
and Nashville. Tomorrow being a legal
holiday the down-town financial institutions
will be closed. „ A
Bonds were weak; sales footed up
000.
New York. Nov. 4.—Money on can wan
easy at 3®'-V) per cent; last loan at i per
cent, and closing offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, .Its per cent. Bar
b'etorilDg'exchange was strong, wit* actnal
bustueBS in bankers’ hills at
tor sixty dayB and *4 8S*i®4.89 lor demand,
posted rates, *4.881*04.89^1 commercial
bills, $4.8d«ld4.87%. ««. mr.
Treasury halanoes—Coin, t89,lul,6‘15> cur
rency, 498.995.337.
Government bondswere easier.
State bondswere dull.
Railroad bonds were weak.
Silver bullion at the board was neglected,
l losing bids— .
An.trican Cotton Oil. riu,
American Cotton Oil prelerred. , .,2
American Sugar Refining.....
American Sugar Refining preferred. ““J*
American Tobacco...
Amertcau Tobacco prelerred.
Atchison. 2qu
Baltimore and Ohio. - -
Canada Pacific.
Chesapeake and Ohio.
571a
19
Chicago and Alton.
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy.
Chicago Gas...
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.... lo“
Distillers and Cattle Feeders.
Erie... iJJ*
Erie preferrod. J
General Electric. y”
Illinois Central."
Luke Flie and Western.
Lake Erie and Western preferred. 74
LakeBhore. —.
Louisville and Nashville.
Louisville. New Albany and Chicago....
Manhattan Consolidated.*»... 10
Memphis and Charleston. 1“
Michigan Central. »?..
Missouri Pacific.
Mobile and Ohio... 1®™
Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis... 75
United Statoe Cordage . 7,
United States Cordage preferred. ljj*8
New Jersey Cehtrai....... 107
Now York Central.
New York and New England. 45
Norfolk and Western preferred. 11
Northern Pacific .
Northern Pacific preferred. lojtf
Sorthwesttrn. 104Va
orthwestern preferred.146
Pacific Mail. . Jg*
Bt. Paul,. 74».fc
8t. Paul preferred. 12b
Silver certificates. 68
Tennessee Coa] and Iron.. 36
Tennessee Coal and Iron preferred. 103
eg&s Pacific. 0
Union Pacific . lo1^
Wabash. 7%
Wabashpreferred... 10
Western Union. t*0!4
Wheeling and Lake Erie. 13to
Wheeling and Lake Erie preferred. 41 to
bonds. *
Alabama, class A. 309Mi
Alabama, class B. lo&j*
Alabama, class C. JOu
Louisiana stamped 4’s. 100
North Carolina 4‘s. 3 04
North Carolina «’s. 324
Tennessee new settlement 3’s. 68
Virginia 6*s deferred. 6Vs
Virginia Trust Receipt 4’s. 5to
Virginia funded debt. 62&&
United States 4’s, registered. 331%
United States 4*s, coupon.. 311%
United States 2’s. 96V»
Southern Railway 3’s. 95
Southern Railway common. ll*®!
Southern Railway preferred. 36
South Carolina 4to’s... 306
*Ex-dtvidend. tBld. lAsked.
3b0
Chicago 'Change.
Chicago, Nov. A.—For nine-tenths of to
day's session wheat was quotably the same
price. An idea of the extent of trade may
be formed from that fact. There was prac
tically no business, the scalpers and room
traders buying and selling moderate quanti
ties, without any well defined opinion as to
the direction prices ought to take. Thq
news summed up might be considered as
favorable to the boars, but that element
made no attempt to depress prices. De
cember wheat opened from 59Vi to [email protected]%o,
advanced tA 58%(g58%c, closing at un
changed from Saturday. Cash wheat was
steady.
Com—The indifference of trade was quite
as marked today as it has been
on any day recently. The news
of the day developed nothing
calculated to arouse operators from
their lethargy. The situation seemed to be
that the supplies of corn are known, but
the consumption and absorption uncertain.
The market is, therefore, in a knotty condi
tion, with tne advantage in favor of the
bears. May com opened at 29Vfcc, sold be
tween 29V4 and 2Wfr29Hc, closing at 29V4c, He
higher than Saturday. Cash corn was
steady.
Oats—Only slight alterations in prices
wore observe^ in oats and they were duo to
the moderate action of the larger markets.
The trade in oats, liko that in corn, is im
pressed by the immensity of the late crop.
May oats closed unchanged from Saturday.
Cash oats wrere quiet, but lower.
Provisions—A big run of hogs weakened
the stock yards market and in turn affocted
products. The depression continued for a
short period after the opening this morn
ing, after which there was a little outside
buying, which reverped the tone and from
•then on a comparatively steadier feeling pre
vailed. January pork and January ribs
closed unchanged from Saturday, January
lara was a shade lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles Opening Highest Lowest Closing.
Oonh dU
Salat of roUnd
port ware made,
dull, prioee s*--'r
ilA i esrLni
trade was
Aged. Wheat—
A i red, Kfti®
61¥a Com—No. 2, 28%@2<*%c. Oats—No. 2.
f®W3d8%e. Mess pork, $8.20^8.25. Lard,
Short vfi> Mdes, $4J$O0*.55. Dry
eelted shoulders, *4.75#4.874. Short clear
sides, [email protected] Whisky, $1.22.
Sun's Cotton Review.
• New York, Nov. 4.—The Sun’s cotton re
view says; Cotton rose 13 to 14 points, then
reacted and closed barely steady at a rise
for the day of 4 to 6 points, with sales of
196,100 bales. Liverpool advanced 1-1 Od on
the spot with sales of 13,000 bales, while fu
tures rose and then reacted and closed 2
joints higher than the last quotations of
Saturday. Manchester was quiet and steady.
The feeling- on the continental financial
bourses waa reported weak. Heavy frost
at Jasper. Ala., and light frost at Mont
gomery, A!a.v Galveston receipts were 8$87
bales, against IT.461 bales last week and
25,338 bales /or the same day lust year. Spot
cotton here was quiet at l-16c advance, with
sales of 321 hales for spinning and 1100 bales
delivered on contract. The southern spot
markets were unchanged. Newf Orleans sold
8500 bales and Memphis 750 hales.
The ports received today 38,292 bales,
against 60,31*7 bales this day last week and
85,893 bales this day last year.
Perft&ps nobody was more surprised than
the average bull at the smallness of the re
ceipts at the ports and Interior towns today,
no matter ln>w strong ids faith might be in
the small crop estimates. Certainly the
figures were enough to surprise even the
best of the more conservative bears, some of
whom were ready to admit that the con
tin ued smallness of the crop movement seems
to point unerringly to a very light yield.
The estimates for New Orleans and Houston
tomorrow were so small as to attract gen
eral attention. Early in the day prices took
a sharp upwrard turn, owing to the light re
ceipts, inactivity and buoyancy in Liverpool
and heavy buying orders from Europe, as
well as considerable covering of shorts by
local operators. Later on, however, there
wras considerable liquidation, as usual, just
before a holiday, and a portion of the early
improvement wra« lost. New York and New
Orleans and Chicago sold. Tho estimated
arrivals at the ports for the week are very
small, however, not over 250,000 being ex
pected. Bears say that the cotton is being
held back, but bulls say that prices are very
remunerative and that the crop ts marketed
by the groat bulk of the fanning communi
ty.
General Cotton Markets.
Cities.
Galveston....
Norfolk.
Baltimore.
Boston.
Wilmington.
Philadelphia.
Savannah—
New Orleans
Mobile.
Memphis_
Augusta.
Charleston ..
Cincinnati. .
Louisville
8t. Louis.
Houston.
5
a.
a
<*?
8 9-id
8*i
815-lo
8 Vi
9«4
8 7-16
8%
8-*}i
8^0
8 9-16
6%
8%
6*4
8^8
8 9-16
£
i
•o
S
6887 00:197
1809
4 1.7
371 5768
1596
221
4694
13981
2736
87a2
1680
2760
3032
1591
3216
14569
10165
G607
1270
87
113
3500
500
900
289
146120
31185
16247
12158
8808
96725
326428
2658$
98111
32850
45479
8000
28002
41684
New Orleans Cotton Market.
New Orleans, Nov. 4 — Cotton futures closed
qu e . Sales, 51,206 bales.
November delivery.. ...j.8.57
December delivery.6.61
January delivery. .8.63
February delivery.8.67
March delivery.8.71
April delivery.4>.7A
May delivery.6.78
June delivery. 8.82
New York Cotton Market.
New York, Nov. 4.—Cotton was quiet.
Bales, 1421 bales.
Middling gulf.,L.. 9Wi
Middling. 9
New York, Nov. 4.—Cotton futures closed
barely steady. Sales, 196,100 bales.
November delivery. 8.67
December delivery.8.70
January delivery.9.76
February delivery.. .8.89 '
March delivery.8.65
April delivery ...8.8 9
May delivery.8.94
Jnno delivery.8.99
July delivery...9.02
August delivery.9.06
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool, Nov. 4.-12:30 p. m.—Demand
good;: prices were firm; American middling,
4 23-32(]. Bales, 12.oOO bales* of which 10,BOO
wore American; speculation and export, 1000
bales. Kecelpta, 12,000 bales, of which 6700
wore American.
Futures opened steady; demand fair.
American middling and low middling clause
Quotations:
November delivery.,...,_4 42-64d®4 43-64d
November and December
delivery.V.....'..4 44-64d
December and January ae- .
livery...__.4 Al-64d®4 42-64d
January and February de
livery-_4-41-64 04 44*61d
February* and March deliv
ery..... .4 42-B4d'»l 44-64d
March and April delivery..4 43-64d®4 46-64d
May and June delivery... .4 4»-64d
July and August delivery., 4.4S-«4d ’
Futures dosed Arm. -Ut
Liverpool, Nov. 4.-4 pi* me— Futures closed
steady..
November delivery ........4 43-64d®4 44-64d
November and December
delivery ... ...Vf. 4 43-64df
December and January de
livery .4 43-64Jf
January and, February de
livery.4 43-04'MM 44-64df
February and March deliv
ery....-.4 45-64d
March and April delivery*! 46-64d
AprllandMay delivery.**..! 47-64(1
M«y and June delivery. .4 4H-64d®4 49-G4d
June and July delivery_4 49-64d'rtf4 r>0-64d
July and August delivery.4 50-64d®4 51-64d
August and September de
ivery.j.. .T./.;***'4 50-64d*
•Sellers. fBuyers. IValue.
** New Orleans.
New Orleans, La., No-v. 4.—Suprar—Open
kittle, fair, 2 Centrifugals, off
white, 3%c; • choice yellow, 3%c; seconds,
2 5-16#3c.
Molasses—Open kettle, strictly prime, 33c;
fair. [email protected]; good common, 25c. Centrifugals,
strictly prime, 21c; common, 16c; syrup, ly<$
23c.
Local refinery sugar—Powdered and cut
loaf, 5c; standard granulated, 4Vssc; confec
tioners’ A., 4%e. .
Hice was steady; prime, fair,
2%@3!/4c; common, 3fif3%c.
St. Louis.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 4.—Flour was un
changed; patents, $2,2.r><i|3.no; extra fancy,
$3,[email protected]; choice, t2.7naa.80.
Wheat was lower; November, 5Sc; Decem
ber, 58%o; May, ’8444c.
Corn was a shade higher; November, 21%c;
December, 2-IVic; May, 26c.
Oats were a shade lower; November, IT1/,c;
December, 17 l,^c; May, 2U%®,2b',"C.
Pork—Standard mess, $8.50(ij18.®44.
Lard—Prime steam, $5.45; choice, $5.52'./.
Bacon— Shoulders.JW.OO; clear ribs, $5.25;
short clear sides. $5.3744.
Dry salted meats—Shoulders, $5.50; clear
ribs, $4.S0; short clear sides, $4.95.
High wines were steady at $1.22.
New York Cotton Seed Oil and Sugar.
New York, Nov. 4.—Cotton seed oil was
active and llrmer; crude, 24c; yellow prime,
28(tc; yellow' prime off grade, 27(b27'4c.
Coffee options were quiet and unchanged
to 10 points down; November, $15.10; Decem
ber, $14,904/44.95; March. $14.50. Spot Itio was
steady and dull; No. 7, 15%®d5%c.
Sugar—Raw yes'steady and dull; fair re
fining. 3ii/3%e. Refined was steady at- i
quiet; off A, 44/4 1-lGc; standard A, 444.; cut
loaf and crushed, BVic; granulated, 4\4#4%o.
Chicago Cattle Market.
Union Slock Yards, 111., Nov. 4.—Cattle—
Receipts. 2LOOO; the market was weak and
101/15 cents lower; common to extra steers,
$3,107/5.25; stockors and feeders, $2.304/3.80;
cows and bulls, $1.2503.50; Texans, [email protected];
western rangers 32.2tktf4.10.
Hoge—Receipts. 55,0tKJ; the market was
w'eak and Sir 10 cents lower: heavy pack
ing an .hipping lota, $3,404)3.70; common to
choice, ,.i.36!®S.7(t; choice assorted, [email protected];
light, $3.30® 3.65; Pigs, $2.I9)@3.60. •
Sheep—Receipts. 17,IKI0; the market was
steady; Inferior to choioe, [email protected]; lambs,
$3.00f<l4.25.
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The Berney National Bank,
Alabama.
Chartered January 2&, 1886.
Capital Stock, $200,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $28,000:00.
Successors to City National Bank of Birmingham January 8, 1895.
Special Attention to Industrial and Colton Accuuats
J. B. COBBS, Pres’t. W. F. ALDRICH, Vice-Prea’t. W. P. G. HARDING, Cashier.
J. H. BARR, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS—B. B. Comer, T. H. Aldrich, Robert Jemison, W. F. Aldrich, Walker
Percy, Robert Stephens. Charles Wheelock, Jamas A. Going, J. B. Cobbs.
H. E. Barker, President. w. J. Cameron, Cashier.
W. A. Walker, Vice-President. Tom. O. Smith, Ass't Cashier.
X. M. Bradley. 2d Ass’t Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Caj>ital Stock, * - ^250,000
Designated Depository of the United States.
Chartered May 13, 1884.
E1FECTOBS—J. A. Etratton, F. D. Nabers, W. A. Walker, T. O. Thompson, W. 3,
Protvn, T. H. Melton W. J. Cameron. N. E. Barker, Geo. L. Morris.
R. M. NELSON, President.
A. T. JONES, Vice-President.
W. A. PORTER, Cashier.
H. L. BADHAM, Assistant Cashier.
ALABAMA NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $500,000.00.
S, E. Cor. First inm anil Twentieth Slreet, Birmingharar, Ala.
BUHB and Hells exchanffe on ail principal cities in the United States, Enrope, Asia, Africa,
Australia, South America and Mexico. Solicits accounts of manufacturers, merchants,
banks and Individuals. __ __8 28 tf
STEINER BROS., Bankers,
Birmingham, Alabama.
Negotiate loans on real estate and collateral.
Buy county and city bonds.
Sell foreign exchange and steamship tickets.
Issue interest-bearing certificates on savings deposits.
Promote financial enterprises.
Sell exchange on all parts of Europe.
The Metropolitan Hotel and Restaurant
Nos. 8 and 10 North 20th Street, Corner Morris Avenue.
NEXT TO THE UNION DEPOT.
REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS.
COMM COIN CD
209 N.20th Street,
Money lOftfiTBd on Watches*
Diamonds, iewelry, Pistols,
lie,
J e8Tp slnrgelot of onrodeemod watches on
umU at »r SKton shine low jprlcp. inia-tf
CHEAP COLUMN.
WANTED.
A
BIRMINGHAM
LOAN COMPANY,
A
112 North Twentieth Street.
Gall and see our ljargalns in diamonds,
solid gold, filled and siLver watoh^p,' 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. oc2i)-tf
WANTED—Dry good*? and groceries to
tiviii,» for sign painting. *■
WANTED—Steady man to act as salesman
tx> sell something entirely new; a sure
tiling; big money. Call at the Acme
Hotel, Room 16.
WANTED—Young man for office Work;
must have $100 in ready cash;, can make
$5.00 per day. Call at the Acme Hotel
office.
WANTED—A sober bakw; James Carl hi
preferred if out of employment. Also a
good cook.. Address W, H, Deuthit, lUoc
to n,_A la._ll-2-3t
WANTED—Gentlemen boarders. lvTi*s. H.
O. W1 lllamg, 1810 7th avenue. 10-23-tf
WANTED—Hoarders at 2%2 21st street. J?est
table in the city. ' , 10-10-tf
WANTED—Your watch, clock and jewelry
remdring. Will make them us good as
new at most reasonable prices. 16. Row
insohn, 2ulu 1st avenue. k o!3-lm
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
No. 2408 4th avenue, 8 rooms; all modern
conveniences.
No. 512 15th street, North, 7 rooms and ser
vant’s house, $10.
No. 510 15th street, North, 7 rooms and ser
A'ant's house, $10.
f No. 14lo 5th avenue, 5 rooms; large lot and
water furnished; $10.
FOR SALE. '
$350—2- room house and lot on In a street, ,
between 19th and 20th streets and 13th and
14th avenues, north. Splendid view of city.
Convenient to car line.
$2(00—5-room house fronting 5tli avenue
park, lot 45x100. Good pick-up.
$2500—150 feet front on 14th avenue; south
ern front; splendid viow of city and 200 feet
from car line. Easy terms. North High
lands.
House on 4th avenue between 16th and
18th streets; lot 50x140.
Lots at Ware’s Grove very cheap. Also
in Jonesville at very low figures. Have some
acreage property that is good for trucking.
L. (4. PETTYJOHN,
1826^ Third avenue
FOR RENT.
301 and 303 20th street, double store, 55x100
feet, corner 3d avenue.
211 19th street, beautiful store, 40xJL00 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. JV4QLTON & CO.,
9-18-lm Dr. Smith’s Block.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
. The great fruit and grape farm, 120 acres,
at Park Wood station, 12 miles south of Bir
mingham. You can rnakO clear of all ex
penses $1500 a year; fair improvements.
Price, $2200; liberal terms, or will rent for
f$240 a year. Best thing out.
SMITH, CHICHESTER & YANCEY.
Jlov l-4t
11-5-1 f
FOR SALB
AT COST FOR CASH for
thirty days to'reduce stock—
Anything in WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SIL
VERWARE, Etc. Select your
Christmas presents now- O.
P. O. J. S., 2020 First Avenue,
HARRY MERCER.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE.
$100; $25 cash, $10 a month—Beautiful lot
at Woodlawn between Woodlawn Station
and school house. This lot ought to be
worth $300 or $400.
$2000— 50x140; well Improved; 5th avenue,
near 22a street. Good pick up.
$2500— Four acres in the heart of Wood
lawn. with two houses. Improvements
worth the money. Convenient to cars,
school, etc. One-half cash.
$2250—It’s hard to get a fine lot fronting
south in excellent location on the north side
of the city, but here is a chance. 60x190,
with three small houses; 5th avenue, be
tween 23d and 24th streets. One-third cash.
$2750—11th avenue, South Highlands, be
tween 15th and 16th streams; large, two
story house, with all modern improvements.
Easy terms.
$7500—Business property worth $10,000 lo
cated on N. 20th street. A snap.
$1800—Forty acres, all under cultivation,
four blocks from cars at East Lake.
$3000—Corner 21st street and 5th avenue.
S. E. THOMPSON,
No. 215 21flt street.
FOR SALE,
Alley corner on 21st street, 90*100, 5-room
house, for $3251) cash.
010 acres of land In twelve miles of city
for $3 per acre cash.
50x140—5-room house. Avenue E, between
2fith and 27th streets, for $1275-; easy terms,
50x190—On Avenue F, between 26th and 27th
streets, for $425 cash.
50x240—On Sth avenue, between 22d and 23d
streets, for $15t)0 cash.
25xl40—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.
Two 9Vi-aero blocks of fine land right near
Elyton for $65 per acre.’
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.
$2500—Will buy two elegant residences
South Highlands.
$5000—Lot 100x200, an elegant residence;
choice location; South High lands; cost
$15,000.
$2000 each—Two-story, eight-room houses,
North 21»t street, close In.
$4000—Residence. 19th street, north.
$4000— Brick residence, 8th avenue, north.
145000—Residence on #th avenue; 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 Ofllce 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, j
10-16-tf _ ",_
LOST!
The Opportunity of Your Life
If You Fail to Buy Now.
60x190—7 th avenue. North, 16500.
leWtlfti*—5th avenue, North, $5500,
65x100—17th street, North. $3600,
50x240—8th avenue, North, $4000.
„ -Sbclto—3rd avenue, North, $2750.
' 1 Three-story brick store, lid avenue, North,
$12,500.
SOUTH HIGHLANDS.
110x175—20th street, $5250.
105x165—Avenue I, $5250.
234x172—20th Street, $10,000.
Residence, $5260.
Residence, $6000. ‘ 1 '
Residence, $6500.
Residence. 21«t street, $4600,
Residence, lath street. $8000.
Residence, 18th Street, $13,000.
100x236— Vac&nt lot, 20th street, $4000.
Elegant country home, Woodlhwn, $3600.
Telephone No. 42,
W. B. LEEOt * CO..
114H North UstSt,
LOANS.
MONEY LOANED on diamonds, watches,
jewelry and most anything of Value. Lib*
erul, confidential .and responsible. Old
gold and silver bought. 46tandard Loan Co.,
2010 1st avenue. Ol8-lm
FOR BALE
BY SMITH' CHICHESTER A YANCEY.
Lot 100x200, elegant 10-room residence,
Beeler’s Station, short route dummy. Price
$0300; good terms; fine bargain.
Lot 85x192W splendid 9-room residence, all
modern improvements, Avenue J and 19th
street. Price $6000, half cath; very cheap.
Lot 50x200, the befit built and best finished
8-room residence on South Highlands, close
to 20th street, everything done on the lot Is
i>erfect. Price $6500; it is worth in fact
8500.
Lot '"45x100, southeast alley, corner 22d
street, between Avenues F ana G; 8 rooms;
modern improvements. Price $1850. A very
great barg&Jn.
Lot 50x140, good 7-room residence; all mod
ern improvements; lot well improved; Ave
nue J and 17th street. Price $2500; wohth
$3500.
Lot 100x140, comer Avenue E and 23d
street, two 4-rt>om houses; always rented..
Price $1500. .
Lot 50x240, new 7-room cottage, No. 2020
8th avenue; fronts Capitol Park. Price
$3500; good terms.
Lot 50x190, Avenue G and 27th street.
Price $450.
Lot 70x162, Avenue K and 19th street.
Price $1400.
Lot 80x200, on 20th street, between 13th
and 14th avenue, south. Price $2100.
Lot 70x235. on 2lst street, between 12th and
13th avenues, south. Price $1100.
Fruit and truck farm at Park Wood Sta
tion. south; 12 miles; 120 acres. Price $2200.
Fruit, grapes and wine will pay for the
place in two years. Greatest bargain on
earth. Come and see us.
10-27-lmo
MI8CBLLANBOU8.
STRAYED—Brown horse mule about R or 9
years old; weight 800 or 900 pounds. Has
piece out of one oar, scar on jaw bone,
saddle and bridle on. Left Henryetlen
mines on Friday night; last heard from at
Irondale. Liberal reward for return to J.
E. Laoy, Henryellen, Ala.H-5-Ct
PARTIES wanting to purchase or exchange
Birmingham property for residence and
spacious lot in small town. near salt wa
ter beach, lovely portion oi south Florida,
write J. R. Gage, Sutherland, Fla, no l-7t
MONEY TO LOAk—On furniture, without
removal, from $10 up. S. R. Searle, 17th
street, between 1st and 2d avenues.
my 2-3m_
EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY-George
A. Blinn A Son, Proprietors. 1807 2nd ave
nue. Telephone 222, Birmingham. 12-29-tf
EDUCATIONAL.
BIRMINGHAM
CONSERVATORY
OF
Academic Year 1895-6 Begins
Monday, Sept. 2.
—•—
All aspirants for Certificates or Diplomas
should be enrolled on that day.
Catalogues describing the courses to be
pursued mailed free to any address or
may be liad upon application to the Con
servatory.
Musical Director.
8-30-tf
BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS COLLEGE
>’ 3IRMINRHAM ALA s*f
5HDRTHAND HDOKKEEPINC ic
C^: *£-PAY ydur r.h fare
^"-'SHORTHAND BTMAIL LESSON FREE
hotter Building, First Avenue.
Sessions Day and Night.
A modern, progressive, practical school of
business. Tuition rates reasonable. Posi
tions for graduates. Call or write for cat
alogue.
*mr cure
VyOURSELF!^
mJ Big 44 is & non-poisonoue \
f remedy for nil unnatural 1
f dlBClmrKes, and any inflatn-1
matlon. irritation or ulcer
ation of mucous membranes.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
or sent in plain wrapper, by
express, prepaid, on receipt of
11 Q0,or3 bottles for 12.75.
t Circular lent on requeit.
k Kakofaetured by
k The Evana Chemical Co. ®5Sj
CINCINNATI, O..
sS&w y.s a.
marl ly
-T
KOR OVER FIFTY YEARS,
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy,
MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP,
has been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething: with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
eyres 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 take
no other kind. 25c a bottle.
8ep2Q-ly-d&wky _
and Opium Hu.
cured al home wi
BIRMINGHAM AND ATLANTIC R. R. 00.
Read down
Wd. Bd.
No.3 No .1
P2 30
2 41
2 41
2 55
, 2 57
;|3 04
3 09
3.25
3 80
340
3 52
400
10 20
6 50
i. m.
9 lO
9 14
9 24
9 35
9 37
9 43
9 4S
0 05
lO
10 20
10 31
10 40
?. m.
2 Ol
8
Id effect Doc. 3, 1894.
Daily except Sunday.
Stations.
Leave.Arrive
.Talladega....
. Isbell'b.
.Barclay..
.Renfro.
....Cook Junotion.
.M oxley.
.. Ragan.
.Stemley...
.Coobo Valley.
..Walker's growing..
.... ...Cropwell.., ...
Arrive Pell City Leave
Arrive.. B’bam..Leave 5 55 2 55
Arrive..Atlanta .Leave 6 00
Head up.
Et. Bd.
No. 2 No. 4
?2 30
12 25
32 15
12 05
a. m.
11 57
11 50
11 45
11 30
11 25
11 75
11 05
10 55
p. m.
5 30
6 27
517
5 10
5 05
4 59
4 54
4 42
4 38
4 30
422
4 15
G. A. MATTJBON, Superintendent.
“Cotton Belt Route/'
(Bt. Louis Southwestern Ballway.)
Short Line to Texas, Arkansas and
Indian Territory from the
Southeast.
The only line with through oar servlo.
from Memphis to Texas, thereby avoiding
vexatious changes and transfers en routo.
Two dally through trains from Memphis.
alningr chair oars (seats tree) on all
is. Sates as low as the lowest. Maps,
Illustrated and descriptive pamphlets of
Arkansas and Texas, and all informattbn
cheerfully furnished by
E. W. LkBEAUME,
O. P. AT. A., 8t, Louie, Mo.
C. P. BECTOH,
General Agent,
M«. 80S Main street, Memphis, Teas.
EA1LK0AD TIME TABLE
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OFTEAiNS.
Trains marked thus (*) run daily. Thus (t)
dally except Sunday.
LOUISVILLE AND NAJSHVILIJ®.
In effect November 18, 1894, at 7 a. m*
Trains South.
*^9. 1, Limited .<...
•No. 3, Fast Line D.
tNo. 7, Decatur Accom.
tNo. 9, Montgomery Accom
Trains North.
•No. 2, Fast Line.
•No. 4, Fast Mail.
tNo. b, Decatur Accom.
tNo. 10, Montgomery Acco
Arrive.
3 45 am
3 12 pm
94 5 a tb
Depart.
3 53 am
3 32 pm
Xao
am
Arrive.
11 35 am
12 ul am
7 30 pm
Depart.
11 55 am
12 09 am
3 20 pm
BIRMINGHAM MINERAL RAILROAD.
Trains South.
•No. 43, Biocton Accom.
•No. 45, Oneouta Accom.
Arrive. I Depart.
. 3 15 pm
9 55 am.
Trains North.
•No. 40, Biocton Accom.
tNo. 44, Oneonta Accom.
Arrive.
9 30 am
Depart
3 3o pm
Queen and Crescent.
(AlabamaGreat Southern Railroad.)
•No 1.
•No 3.
TRAINS SOUTH.
AHRIVE DKP/KT
12 35 am I‘J 13 am
1 15 pin 3 30 pm
TRAINS NORTH.
•No 2.
•No 6.
2 27 am
' 15 pm
2 36 am
2 30 pm
tLEFPERbON THE FOLLOWING TRAINS,
QUEEN A CRESCENT ROUTR.
No. 1, New "York to New Orleans.
No. 1, ( inc-innaii to New Orleans.
No. 3 .Chattanooga to Shreveport,
No. 2, New Orleans to New York.
No. 2, New Orleans to Cincinnati.
No. 3, Cincinnati to New Orleans.
Nos. 1 and 2, Veetibuled Trains with
Through Bleeders between Cincinnati and New
Orleans; also carry New Orleans-New York
Through Bleepers via Chattanooga, Southern
Railway, N. & W., B. &0.f ana Royal Blue
Line.
Nos. 3 and 6 carry Through Bleeping Cars
between Cincinnati and New Orleans.
W . C. RINK/BON, G. P. A.,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
A. J. LYTLE, T). P. A. ,Q. &0.,
Chattanooga, Tonn.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO.
Time table in effect Sunday, September 15,
1895.
& 55
10:39
11:02
11:40
12:08
12:47
2:00
3:30
7:15
5:45
a.mlLv.
a.m
a.m
a.m
p.m
p.m
p.m
p.m
p.m
a.m
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
Ar.
.Birmingham..
.Childersburg.
.. .Sylacauga...
. .Goodwater..
Alexander City
.. .Dadeville.. .
... .Opelika.. ..
...Columbus.. .
.. ..Macon.. ,.
.. Savannah ..
. A i
. Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
.Lv
6:00
4:10
3:50
m
2:00
12:55
11:30
7:03
9:00
p.m
p.m
p.irt
p.m
p.m
p.m
p.m
a.m
a.m
p.m
Dally Except Sunday.
9:30 a.m .Lv.. ..Columbus.Ari 8:30 p.m
1:30 p.m Ar.. .^.Americus.Lv| 4:00 p.m
Sunday Only.
11:15 a.m Lv.
1 :S3 p.m Ar.
...Columbus..
... Amerlcus..
...Arl 6:30 p.m
...Ly| 4:00 p.m
Close connection made at Macon for Sa
vannah and all points East.
Sleeping cars on night trains Macon to
Savannah and elegant parlor cars on day
trains.
For further information call on or address
J. C. HAILE, SOLON JACOBS.
Gen. Pass. Agent. Commercial Agent.
PLANT SYSTEM,
Time table effective September 15, 1895.
Southbound.
Lv Montgomery.
Lv Troy..
Lv Ozark.
Lv Bainbrldge.
Lv Thomasville .
Ar Way cross.
Ar Jacksonville.
No. 58.
7:40 pm
9:14 pm
10:27 ptn
1:12 am
2:27 am
5:25 am
7:55 am
Lv Montgomery..
Lv Dupont .
Ar High Springs
Ar Tampa .
Ar Port Tampa ..
Lv Montgomery .
Ar Waycross ....
Ar Savannah .
Lv Waycross .
Ar Brunswick
Northbound.
Lv Jacksonville
Lv Way cross ..
Lv Thomasville
Lv Bainbridge .
Ar Ozark .
Ar Troy.
Ar Montgomery.
Lv Port Tampa .
Lv Tampa .
Lv High Springs
Ar Dupont .
Ar Montgomery .
7:40 pm
11:27 am
2:25 pm
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
7:40 pm
5:25 am|
8:45 amj
5:35 am
7:30 am
No. 57.
6:20 pm!
9:05 pm
12:09 am
1:12 atn
8:48 am
5:07 am
6:55 am
No. 36.
7:10 am
8:50 am
10:10 am
12:50 pm
2:10 pm
5:25 pm
11:30 pm
7:10 am
10:23 pm
1:35 am
8:45 am
9 A0 am
7:10 am
5:25 pm
| 8:50 pm
l 9:00 pm
111:00 pm
10:00 pm
10:40 pm
5:40 am
8:43 am
8:45 am
No. 33.
8:00 am
10:35 am
1:55 pm
3:05 pm
5:45 pm
7:04 pm
8:45 pm
Lv Savannah . 6:00 pm
Lv Waycross . 9:05 pm
Lv Thomasville .12:09 am
Ar Montgomery . 6:55 am
Lv iJrunswick .j 6:40 pm
Ar Montgomery .| C:55 am
7:30 am
8:20 am
4:30 pm
7:36 pm
6:55 am
7:56 am
10:35 am
1:58 pm
8:55 pm
8:6o am
8:45 am
Trains Nos. 33 and 36 carry Pullman vesti
bule sleepers between Jacksonville and Cin
cinnati.
Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pullman vesti
bule sleepers between Jacksonville and St.
Louis.
Double daily Pullman sleepers between
Montgomery and Jacksonville.
Double dally Pullman sleepers between
Montgomery and Waycross.
Free reclining chair cars through between
Montgomery and Savannah on trains 57
and 58.
Double daily Pullman sleepers Montgom
ery to Dupont and Dupont to Port Tampa.
Train leaving Montgomery 7:40 p. m. con
nects at Port Tampa with the Plant steam
ship line for Key West and Havana,
Any Information regarding routes, rates
and schedules over the Plant System will be
furnished on application to any agent of the
company or to
B. W. WRENN, P. T. M.,
Savannah, Ga.
H. C. McFADDEN, A. G. P. A.,
Savannah, Ga.
L. A. BELL. D. P. A.,
Montgomery, Ala.
ALABAMA MINERAL. RAILROAD COMPANY
Effective .June 10, 1894.
ATTALLA TO CALEBA.
south—llcud down l noutii
Roud no
No.
6d.
Arr.
p.m.
NO.
85.
L’ve
a.m.
STATIONS,
8 30
9 55
11 15
11 36
11 50
1 00
1 30
1 50
2 10
2 47
3 05
3 2tJ
3 31
35$
4 12
Arr
4 25
....Attalla.
.... Gadsden—
. .Duke.
...Alexandria...
...Leatherwood..
...Anniston..
.Jenifer..
.... Ironaton.
...Talladega..
.Sycamore.
.Bylacanga..
.Fayetteville_
. 7 alladeaa Springs.
.Shelby.
... Spring Junction..
. Calera....
5 30
5 15
325
2 40
2 25
2 00
lod
12 47
12 27
m.
11 52
11 38
11 15
1110
10 48
10 32
10 20
BIRMINGHAM, SHEFFIELD AND TENNES
SEE H1VER RAILWAY.
SOUTH BOUND. | NORTH BOUND.
No. 1
L've
a. m.
9 10
9 22
9 34
9 48
9 67
10 07
10 18
10 34
10 44
10 57
11 15
1125
1143
p. m
12 12
12 27
12 35
12 42
100
105
2 50
In effect Nov. 19, 1694.
. M.
Sheffield.
* O. J emotion
..Spring Valley....
... LlttT.TlUe.
.Good Springs...
. ...llnaseUrllls_
.. ..llarllngton. .. .
..Bprnoe Pine_
..Phil Campbell...
.. .Bear Creek..
.Ualeynlle.
......Delnukr.. . .
..Natural Bridge..
.Nbutoo. .
_Oakland ..
aragMaa.
Sarat
Gamble.
Ar.Jaaper.Lt
Lv......Jaaper ._.Ar
>. C. . W. SB.
Ar. Birmingham ...._Lv
No. J
Arr.
p. m.
6 14
S57
S *7
5 30
5 10
3 58
4 44
4 39
4 18
4 10
3 57
3 37
337
203
3 50
3 43
3 30
i so
12 30
P. CAMPBELL. General Manager.

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