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FLAT TOP, STANDING, TYPEWRITERS. OFFICE CHAIRS. GLOBE WERNrCKE FILING CABINETS AND BOOK CASES. Let us figure with you for your FURNITURE Needs. We’ll Save You Money. BEN N. JACOBS & BBOS. Phone No. 855. 2011 1st Ave. DEPEW AT CHICAGO Addressed Large Republican Meeting in the Windy City Chicago, October 8—Senator Depew ad dressed a large audience of Republicans to night, his speech being delivered under tha auspices of the Marques Club, a stsong Re publican organization. The club had erected a large tent at North Clark street and North avenue, capable of seating 4000 people, and It was completely filled when Senator Depew commenced his speech. The Senator made a hit with his audience by declaring that Mr. Bryan did not deny the abundant prosperity of the country— he claimed It was Intoxicated with prosper ity, and that If he Is elected he would do away with the Intoxicant. In tha a'ak.ef the Democrats Indianapolis. October 8.—John (3. Wool ley. Prohibition candidate for President, spoke to 2000 persons at Tomlinson’s hall to night. An all-day rally was held, starting at 10:30 this morning. The first stop of the afternoon was at Paris, Ills., Woolley’s former home, where a warm reception was met. The nominee was the recipient of many floral offer ings from old acquaintances. The next stop was at Danville, where Messrs. Cushing. Woolley and Dickie spoke to an audience of 1000 persons. CAHTOFIXA. Bears the lh8 1(11,11 Y™ Haw *lways Bougtlt "“:r (2Ua^M^ Letters From the People. “The Alabama Home” has now been In business over nine years’ time. It has a record of great usefulness, having aided Its members in building hundreds of homes, and having cancelled over $700,000 worth of its members mortgages. The association has paid its members in matured stock savings and profits over $650,000, redeeming over $1,000,000 worth of its stock, not one share of which ever sold under the withdrawal value, as Btated in Its literature. The following letters will give some idea of the real benefits to be derived by becoming a member of "The Alabama Home.” W. V. M. Robertson, Gen. Mgr. The Ala bama Home Building & Loan Associa tion: Dear Sir—My settlement with the The Alabama Home the other day, by which the value of my stock cancelled my $1100 loan and gave me $1300 in cash, is to me one of the most satisfactory trades I ever made in my life. The profit on my stock cut down my Interest to $87 a year, and the profit qn my investment stock being the same as on my borrowing stock, was such that I here by apply for $3500 worth of new stock. I close by saying that I consider “The Ala bama Home" a financial institution that is of great good to the community. J. L. YANCEY, (Of Chichester, Yancey & Orr.) W. V .M. Robertson, Gen. Mgr. The Ala bama Home Building & Loan Associa tion: Dear Sir—I consider your association the greatest friend the working people of this county can have. I borrowed $600, and have now paid out of debt, and am out a total cost of a little over $40 a year, which is not over one-third what rent would have been. I am the foreman of the running re pair at the Southern Railroad shops, and I would advise all railroad men to Join “The Alabama Home." J. F. ABNEY. Mr. Henry Robertson! Dear Sir—Some years ago wife and my self borrowed MOO from "The Alabama Home” to help us pay for a home. We could not have bought and paid for a home In any other way, and the service your Association has been to us will always command our gratitude. Every thinking man who wishes to get a borne for his family can best do so by deal ing with you. With every good wish for the future suc cess of "The Alabama Home”, believe me to be, very sincerely, REV. M. J. WILLIAMS. To those who wish to own a home and stop paying rent or who wish to lay aside a part of their monthly earnings and have It returned to them at a time In life when a few thousand dollars would mean much help and comfort, the »tock In this Associa tion offers great Inducements. For all Information apply to W. V. M. Robertson, Gen. Mgr., 2009 First Avenue. Hirsob’s Grand Opening. _ Open tonight, 8 to 10 o’clock. Genuine values, first-class workmanship, latest styles in firm Summer Shoes for man, woman and child at D. B. Lus ter’s Clean Sweep Sale, 217 N. 18th street# Thousands of People Crowd the Great Stores, MANY GORGEOUS DISPLAYS HIrsch’s—Drennen & Co.’s—T. V. Boardman & Co.’s—The Trade Palace—Burger & Co.’s—Lat est Fads and Fashions. The autumn afternoon of yesterday made the openings particularly auspicious. It was just the day when a woman longs to array herself In her new gown for the street, and she Irresistibly selects her furs, and the most becoming walking hat; for when the shops display, as they did yesterday, such a number of beautiful toilettes and hats for dressy afternoon wear, she really cannot decide between the black and gold hat of Virot’s or the Napoleon of mink, which the mirrow reveals to her as equally becom ing. Birmingham merchants declare that lit tle shopping Is done on opening day, but It affords a woman an opportunity of trying on every hat In the millinery department without feeling that she Is imposing on the saleswomen; while she may pose In an au tomobile cloak to her heart’s content, and feel no hesitancy In trying on one set of furs after the other. Indeed nothing Is ex pected of her but to pose and be admired, and Incidentally to select the panne velvet hat and the coat In which she has been ad miring herself for the last half hour, and later on order them sent home. The shops that had their openings yes terday were thronged the entire afternoon, and It was the unanimous opinion that the openings this autumn were more elaborate and attractive than any preceedlng season. H truchV The autumn opening at Hlrsch's was de layed somewhat by reason of the addition to their present quarters In Second avenue. Arched doors have been opened into a large shop adjoining the old quarters, and the result Is extremely metropolitan in ap pearance. Indeed, It may be said that Hlrsch's Is one of the swellest places In the South. Numbers of women declared yesterday that not even in Baltimore had they seen more exquisite millinery. Mrs. Hubbell, the head milliner, is herself worth a journey to see. She has the beauty and air of a French woman, and gowned perfectly in a grey gown, smocked and richly appliqued in lace, she attracted as much admiration as did the beautiful hats she was display ing. But this story must describe the pret ty things to be worn by women, and not the women themselves. "The L’ Alonque," said Mrs. Hubbell, “Is strictly a la mode for the tailor-made gown. It goes only with the military ef fects, and comes in black and black and white, with a coque feather and military buttons.” For evening wear there was a "Sappho” in ermine and gold, while the swellest hats are In mink with crowns of panne velvet. A hat from Virot was In mink, while an other French hat that was particularly ad mired was of panne velvet in two shades of violet, with a feather effect of ribbon and jeweled armaments. A dear little bon net was of mink and white panne velvet, with jeweled armaments. A picture hat was of black velvet, embroidered in gold and trimmed with handsome plumes. Among the hats for children, a Kate Greenaway polk of brown panne velvet, with coral pink liberty bows, was greatly admired. Hlrsch makes a specialty of millinery materials, and carries a complete and ar tistic line at New York prices. The infants’ department and the cloak and fur departments are very handsome, the most beautiful and costly furs in sa ble, mink, fox and Persian lamb being shown. The tailor-made suits and ready made skirts are but a reproduction of the modes and fabrics displayed just now In New York. Urcmieu ft Co. The autumn opening at Drennen & Co.’a was notably succesatul. Their handsome establishment in Second avenue was prob ably the most popular rendezvous of the (iay. A brilliant musical programme was arranged by Professor Urumbs and his or chestra, fhe music stand being built in tbe. center of the tiret floor, an arrangement that was most effective. Handsome palms were used in the decoration, while back of the musio stand at the entrance to the ele vator a delicious luncheon of soups, bread and tea was served. At the front entrance a superb "wedding bell” was suspenued, while down the aisles and along each arcade were artistic draperies of lace and other materials. On the first floor were dis played the latest and most beautiful fab rics: whne on the second floor the millinery department attracted hundreds of admirers. This Arm has repeated Us success of last stason In the selection of tts millinery, and nowhere In the South could one find hand somer or more stylish hate than those snown yesterday. Mrs. Strauss remains at the head ot this department, and this means that it Is artistic and what women call "swell.” She Is recognized us one of the best authorities on m .wry modes. The French hats were naturally the most admired. A polk of Vlrot'z was In blue and black, while a Napoleon ot minx and yel low chiffon was in distinct contrast. The panns velvet hats are of course in great vogue, while the black beaver has a sug gestion ot panne velvet while being more expensive. A hat wath a Persian crown was most effective with mink. A black beaver with a white and gold crown was trimmed with tips, and was one of the handsomest French models shown. From a Parisian hat to a description of hardware Is some distanoe, but In a de partment store the step is soon made. The fact that Drennen ft Co. own probably the most complete department store in the South would make any mention of tbetr opening Incomplete without alluding to the departments that Include a magnificent line of hardware, wagons, traps, harness, lap robes, etc. Indeed, each department seems a whole ahop In ltsaif. from the shoe department down through the entire list. I A metropolitan feature of this great de partment store is in the handsome soda fountain, and this is by no means the only progressive departure that has been made. The general appearance of the interior ar rangements Is one of the handsomest to be seen anywhere, while the building is ar chitecturally perfect and lends an Impos ing and metropolitan air to that portion of Second avenue. Boardntati & Co. T. V. Boardman & Co. were at home In their now quarters yesterday, which were thronged throughout 'the day. The superb line of carpets, rugs and draperies for which this firm is noted Is even more com plete this season than usual, and were dis played to beautiful advantage yesterday. Carpets with all their rich colorings can not be described any more than can the wealth of colors in orlnetal fabrics be ac curately written of. When a great shop is carpeted with luxurious colors and hung with the gorgeous beauty that finds its way to this country from looms !n the far Ori ent. the newspaper writers need to be poets or painters. This firm intend opening an art depart ment this autumn, and will shortly exhibit beautiful examples in tapestries, oils, water colors, etc. They are expecting later In the season a more complete line of draper ies and materials for upholstering. The Tradi* I*«I re The Trade Palace was crowded all of yes terday. There was a bewildering display of TO,/OMAN .. and SOCIETY. Madame Postel’-Everest. There Is nothing more delightful than a clever woman when she is in a reminiscent mood and recalls the interesting experi ences in her life as she would play the fragments of a melody that she loved best; und where a woman has enjoyed the var ied experiences that come from extensive travel and has known personally many dis tinguished men and women of the day, she is naturally interesting in recalling the different events of the past. When she is distinguished by reason of her own gifts and establishes herself in a studio, which is the correct thing to do nowadays, a morning spent with her there is a charm ing way In which to spend one’s time. Among the musical studios In Birming ham there is none more attractive than that of Madame Past«Il-Everest of the Academy of Music, and there is probably no one in the musicaJ coterie who has en joyed greater advantages for knowing many of the most prominent persons in the social life of this country than has Madame Everest. She was a pupil of the famous Orgenl, and as is well known Orgeni only received pupils whom she considered possessed the MADAMS POSTELL^AVEREST, OF THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. SHE IS A GRADUATE OF THE ROYAL CON SERVATORY OF MU SIC IN DRESDEN. pretty things to delight the eyes of fair i women. The shop windows were unusually handsome, and attracted hundreds of ‘ad miring eyes. In the dress goods department, as well as in the cloak and millinery, the latest fabrics and modes were shown, and the opening was In every way success ful. Unrier C . At Burger & Co.’s the autumn opening was unusually attractive, and all day the shop in Second avenue was thronged. The display of dress’ ‘.tb 'i * and novelties was greatly admired, and, indeed, every departin*. 1.1 w* c^up. The opening was one of the most success ful of the season. A Gentleman’s Smoke Texie Cigars! Texie Cigars! THE HOME OP GUT PRICES. ; j Low Prices as Spirited as Ever High Prices are willing to give up the fight, but its old fogy ret eree urges it on—on to certain defeat FOURTH ROUND, Here are a few punches under the heart and one jab on the nosei Castoria. 24c Winslow’s Soothing Syrup 19c California Syrup of Figs. .85c • Bull’s Oougb Syrup.19c Mother’s Friend.75c Wine of Oardui.74c The sounding of the gong was welcome news for High Prices, E. B. NORTON THE OENDINE CUTTER. Second Arenue and Twentieth Street (Continued on Page T.) requirements to win distinction. When a pupil entered her class it gave immediate prestige to the former and at once placed her conspicuously before the musical world. Indeed, to have fallen short in Or geni’s estimation would not have been as serious an offense as to fail before a world of lesser critics. When Madame Everest was in Dresden she was given frequent opportunities to distinguish herself, and won great distinc tion upon the occasions that Orgeni’s pu pils were heard at the Royal Conservatory of Music. She subsequently studied with Giovanni, the famous tenor and instructor of the Milan Conservatory of Music, and with Vaxinuccini, of Florentine and Lon don fame. After her return from Europe Madame Everest established herself in Philadelphia, where she prepared pupils for church, concert and opera, at the same time iilling engagements. She has frequently sung in concerts in both New York and Washington, and she was a great favorite in diplomatic draw ing rooms, where she sung upon many oc casions during the season. The Chinese Mimstei and Madame Wu, upon the occa siqn of their “at homes” at the Chinese legation, frequently invited Madame Everest to sing, and the latter has the most pleasant recollections of Madame Wu. Aladame Everest was Invited to sing upon many notable occasions in Washing ton, while in New York she was frequently a guest at the various gatherings of New York's most prominent club women. The Woman's Press Club, of which Mrs. Jen nie June Croly was so long president, en tertains charmingly at its famous “Satur days,” and Madame Everest’s beautiful voioe added to the pleasure of the after noon on more than one occasion. At these press gatherings the guests are always wo men prominent in the public eye, and a programme must necessarily Include names equally as well known. It Is consequently an unusual distinction to be asked to ap pear on the programme arranged for these occasions. While Madarne Everest has won distinc tion In the Eastern cities, she is also well kpown In the South. She Is, by the way. a Southern woman, and her heme was lp Sa vannah, Qa_, where for many year* she waa connected with Christ Church. Upon the occasion of her return to Savannah to appear in concert work she received a great ovation, and indeed, wherever she has appeared the press notices have been most flattering. Since she became a member of the faculty | (Continued on Eighth Page.) ONE CENT A WORD. No Ad. Taken for Less Than 25 Cents. L. V. Clark, Pres. J, E. Starke, Mgr. THE SOUTHERN AUDIT COMPANY of Birmingham, Ala. Expert examination and audit of ac counts, corporations, municipalities, co partnerships. Accounts kept for adminis trators, executors, receivers, assignees, etc. Rooms 2 and 4, 2021V4 First Avenue. WSMkli7 WANTED—By couple without children two furnished rooms in desirable location. Ad dress Box 333, City. WANTED—A carpenter who understands removing and packing window screens and doing repair work on a residence. Sev eral days work beginning Wednesday. Ap ply In writing. B. W., care Age-Herald. WANTED—By couple without children, two furnished rooms in desirable loca tion. Address Box 333, city. 10-9-tf WANTED—Everybody to smoke Texts ci gars. Have you tried them? If not, why not? 7-28-tf WANTED—To rent part of Bmall office ot desk room In wholesale district. Address J. W. G., care Age-Herald. 10-9-3t WANTED—To trade new Olive typewriting machine for good family horse and bug gy; will pay difference. Address F. M., care Age-Herald. 10-9-2t WANTED—Every lady, man, girl and boy In Alabama to wear a pair of my fall and winter shoes. D. B. Luster, the Prac tical Shoeman, 217 Nineteenth street. 9- 25-tf nivx.r vv antkB MOLDERS—The National Founders Asso ciation will pay from *4.75 to *7.00 per day for flrst-olass Iron and steel machin ery floor molders to work on either dry sand, green sand or loam, In the foun dries In the city of Cleveland, Ohio, and In addition will guarantee thsm perma nent employment as long as they care to remain, besides giving to such molders as go to work in these shops a National Founders Association card, which will give them preference always in securing employment under the rules of the asso ciation; splendid chance for the right men. Address the National Founders As sociation, P. O. Box 177, Cleveland, Ohio. 10- 4-12t WANTED—Respeotable white woman to assist at fruit and lunch stand outside of Birmingham; right home for right per son. Information, 1513 Avenue 0. WANTED—At once, six first-class inside wiremen; $2 per day and board. Address at once R. B. Kyle, Jr., & Co., 20 South Perry St., Montgomery, Ala WANTED—Carpenters to remove old shin gles and put 200,000 new ones on houses at Mary Lee mines. Address, stating price for work per thousand and specify time 1n which work can be done, Jeffer son Coal and Railway Co., Lewlsburg, Ala. 10-9-2t WANTED—A good man cook. Address Ex change Hotel. Talladega, Ala. C. J. Sea brook, proprietor. WANTED—One first-class white barber; good salary. Apply or write to W. O. Palmer, Northport, Ala. 10-9-6t WANTED—Young lady for housekeeper. Address R., care Age-Herald. 10-9-6t ___ auk nts Wanted * AGENTS—Article of absolute necessity in every building; ne competition; big prof its; exclusive rights; failure impossible. Agency Dept. 312, 27 William street. New York. 10-4-SOt AGENTS WANTED—$2300 a year easily made by hustling agents, handling our white and fancy rubber collars, cuffs and neckties. Fatented and guaranteed goods. Our campaign ties are winners. Liberal commission. Exclusive territory. Send stamp for special plan, terms, etc. M. & M. Mfg. Co., Springfield, Mass. 9-30—10-2-4-7-9-11 ITUATION WANTED ■WANTED—By young man of pleasant ad dress, position as bookkeeper or office assistant; all or a part of time given; excellent penman, quick and accurate at figures; precise in the construction of sen tences. For personal interview, address Ready, care Age-Herald. YOUNG MAN who has been with well known wholesale house for several years wants to change; will take charge of of fice or act as receiving or stock clerk for wholesale house; references and reasons for wishing to change. Address X. L., care Age-Herald. _10-9-41 WANTED—A position by a young man of 25 as clerk; six years' experience In hard ware business. Address J. A. Griffin, Auburn, Ala, Good references from pres ent employer. taOAKllKKS WAN! I.l> HOTEToFlirBARBAr^ffi^UthT^W* and Twenty-first street; elegantfur nished rooms and all home comforts; meals served In first-class style at rea sonable rates by meal, week or month. io-3-n___■ MONEY TO LEND X(0NEY^TO~LEND — We nave $70,000 to lend on Birmingham property at a very low rate; we avoid long delays, and lend from $500 up; call on us. 424 Chalifoux Building D. F- Allan & Co. 6-19-tf STOLEN gg-OLEN—CMeveland^wheeh^*22-Inch frame, black enamel. No. T12H72. Return 210 Chal lfoux Building and receive *5 reward. 10-7-2t-aun-tue3 DR. 0. T. DOZIEA, SPECIALIST. 'isnito Urinar * Surgery. Cutaneous and veneral diseases* All delicate dis* orders of sexual organs and pel ylc vlcera of men 1 and women. Cya title, stricture, sexual weakness* projtltltls, Irregu-. larltlcv of women. Impediments to marriage, and ah formB of chronlo, nervous, blood and private dls« eases. EVERY FORM OF PRIVATE DISEASE! POSITIVELY CURED UNDER PLAIN. GUARANTEE. I Consultations at office or by mall are In* Tlted free. Treatment by mail to parties who canno^ visit me. No written prescriptions; WS furnish all medicine* Birmingham Dally News: “The New* commends him (Dr. Dozier) most cordially to all those In need of his services.” Age-Herald; "His long record and ap* proved abilities entitle him to the proud distinction of standing at the head of his profession." Alabama Christian Advocate: “His pro* fesslonal standing Is unimpeachable, and bis character as a gentleman and cltlxen If Above reproach.” Office and Dispensary corner Third avet Sue and Nineteenth street, Birmingham! Ala. imDARD LOAN CO. 20X0 FIRST AVENUE, I cent money on watohe* film cuts, jewelry, pistol* I tit .mechanical tools,must cal nbtiumenta old sol1 sad silver bought. Ourodeouted ptehg** :ar IS IA ONE CENT A WORD. No Ad. Taken for Less Than 25 Cents. >. L . M • t»a SPECIAL M ESS ENG EK^riERVU'HP’Beil telephone 3o, People's phone 4 times 9. Office 112 N. 19th street; open 7 a. m. to 11 p m.; delivers notes and packages in city 10 and 15c; no charge for answer; business confidential: ask for out-of-town rates; stationery free; we wake you up; rates; stationery free. 8. Y. Hampton, pro prietor. Reference: H. B. Gray, President P. 8. B. and T. Co. 2-6-tf CREDIT to reliable parnesn Diamonds and watches, jewelry, silverware and clocks, on small weekly or monthly pay ments. lowest prices; best quality; goods guaranteed; wili call If desired. E. Low lnsohn, 2010 First ave. 4-27-tf PATTERN MAKING promptly done. Caf fy A Powell. 1529* 2d avenue. 1-16-tf BAND sharp and clean in car toad lots de llvered promptly. J. Lundie Sloss, Chali foux Bldg. Phone 372. 8-31-tf IF YOT7 WANT a good home In East Lake and have the cash, I will surprise you In price; no agent’s commission. Addsess Owner, care Age-Herald. 10-9-2t BOILERS—Eight cylinder boilers, 36" in diameter, 16' long, In good condition: also one smoke stack 4’ In diameter, about 80* long, and one. engine of 9d-horse power. The Cypress Lumber Co., Apalachicola, Fla. 9-27-9t-thu-sun-tuea . <nt ‘•ALL FOR SALE—30, 40, 50 and 60-pound relay rails. Hoffman & Graves, 2401-2403 Morris avenue. 9-29-1 m FOR SALE—Cheap: Restaurant and soda fount; No. 1 location; reasonable rent; party leaving city. If you mean business call at 208 South 20th street. FOR SALE—Buggies with new steet-spring crossbar; rides easy as rubber tire; $55. Earle, Terrell & Co., 1918 First avenue. 8-10-dal-wky-tf FOR RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. 505^ North 22d st. _ 10-7-3t S^ORE FOR 6eNT—1821 Second avenue, immediately In front Street Railway Pas senger Station; the best location In the city for any kind of mercantile business. J. R. Adams. 9-13-tf FOR RENT—Two connecting rooms with private family, suitable for light house keeping or two gentlemen; modern con veniences. Apply early to A. R. Dearborn & Co., 1921 First avenue. 10-7-2t-suAtu OFFICES FOR RENT lrTCommercUl Club building; elevator and janitor, electric lights furnished. These are the best light ed and best ventilated offices in the city. J. R. Adams. 8-26-eod-tf frOR RENT—Two nice offices In Hood building. Apply to room 329. 9-23-tf FOR RENT—With board, a neat front room to a couple of gentlemen or gentle man and wife, at reasonable rates. Ad dress 2115 Avenue G. All modern con veniences. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms; mod ern conveniences. 2310 7th avenue. 10-9-3t-tues-thur-8at . I <' vf LOST—Tuesday, October 2, on 2d avenue, on 19th or 20th streets, in some of the large dry goods stores, or on Bessemer and Birmingham dummy, a handsome Tiffany pin, very heavy, about two inches long, of twisted gold cord to simulate a cable. Highly valued for association. A liberal reward will be paid for its return to this office. 10-9-2t^ LOST—A first-class pair of fall and winter shoes if you fail to buy them of D. B. Luster, the Practical Shoeman, 217 Nine teenth street. 9-25-tf REAL ESTATE $1750—100x140; 4-room house, East Birming ham car line; one-half cash, balance in twelve months. $1500 — 126x126; 5-room house, 16th avenue and 17th street; $500 cash, balance $26 per month tall neoessary conveniences). $1200—100x340; 5-room house at Cleveland; one-half cash, balance $25 per month ta. splendid bargain). $650 — 50x200, near Ensley car line, West Highlands; 4-room house, cistern, fruit trees, etc.; terms cash; cheap as dirt. HUNTER REALTY CO. 10-5-1 m-eod Order of Publication. In the United States Circuit Court for the Southern Division of the Northern Dis trict of Alabama. The Maryland Trust Company vs. the Jefferson Coal and Rail way Company, L*wlsburg Coal and (Joke Company,—In equity, No. 115. In this cause, It appearing from the af fidavit attached to the cross bill of com plaint of the Lewlsburg Coal and Coke Company, hied in said cause the 6th day of October, 1900, and the subjoined affidavit of John F. Martin, and from the return of the United States marshal, that the fgR lowing named defendants In said cross bill are non-residents of tho State of Alabama, or cannot be found to be served with pro oess, so that personal ssrvloe on them Is Impracticable, that Is to say; The Deposit and Trust Company of Baltimore, Md., executor of James Sloan, Jr., John QUl, VV. W. Spence, George O. Manning, Frank P. Clark, Frank T. Redwood, Olivera An drews, A. H. Taylor, Basil B. Gordon, Duglas H. Gordon, Mrs. A. E. Gordon, 0 B. Gordon, trustee; i. Q. Lovell, Mrs. Ger trude 8. Jenkins, Henry S. Jen kins, F. I. Jenkins, Charles O. D. Lee, Mrs. D. J. Lee and J. Harry Lee, ah of whom are over the age oi rwenty one years and reside In the oity or Count? ot Baltimore, State of Maryland; J. T. Haxull, J. Taylor and J. -Wilcox Jenkins, the said J. T. Haxall residing In Char* lottesvllle, Va.; the said J. Taylor realdlnfr in Alexandria, Va., and the said J. Wilcox Jenkins residing In Leesburg, Va,; William F Jenkins, who resides In the city of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, on the rule day to be held first Monday In January next. It is therefore ordered by the court that the said defendants hereinbefore named 4o appear and pleud, answer or demur to the cross bill of complaint of the Lewls burg Coal and Coke Company, filed herein according to the rules and practice of this court. . , It is further ordered that the olerk or this oourt do cause this order to be pubs llshed once a week for six consecutlv* weeks In the Agr-Hefald, a newspaper pubs lislied In the city of Birmingham, St^te of Alabama, In said district. Done this, ths 6th day of October, 1900. CHARLES 8WAYNB, Judge. Published by order of court. CHARLES J. ALLISON, Clerk. 10-9-tues-6t____ Special Rates Yia Louisville & Nashvillp Round trip to Louisville, Ky., October It to 19, certificate plan. Round trip to Louisville, Ky., Horse Shorn Association on sale October 15 to 19, good to return October 23. Certificate plan. Round trip to Jacksonville, Fla., GuM Club meeting on sale Ootober 29 to 31 lnj duslve, good to return November 3. Corub fleate plan. Round trip to Nashville, twenty-fifth an niversary Vanderbilt University on salf Octobsr 21 to *§, good to return five days. Certifloate plan. Round trip to Huntsville, Ala., WomanJ Foreign Missionary Society, on sale OctW ber llto 15, good to return October 13. Cer* tlficato plan. For further information apply to general - offlea. Monks flfctel.