THE ATLAHIA HERALD.
- - JOSIAH CARTER, I J. C. McMICHAEL,
Editor. I Business Manager.
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No Hypocrisy, Please.
The New York World says:
The Hawaiians are human beings, after
all, not so many wild animals, and have a
right to the possession of their country. If
a free and honest expression from them
indicate a desire for annexation the case
would be different. But they have not
been consulted. Persons with selfiiih ends
to accomplish have assumed to speak for
them, but without their authority, and, so
far as can be gathered, in spite of their
The above is justice in the abstract.
It is truth as we find it in books and
lectures. It is the unspotted purity
which we take to ourselves for not
capturing a thing we don’t want.
\ Hawaiians are human beings? So
X were the Indians.
- . Consult the Hawaiians? What for?
Iflon’t know what is good for
non means. of a lot
■ of ignorant Hawaiians stand in the
I way of civilization? Not of civiliza-
J tion wants to march that way. Justice?
Didn’t we swindle the Indians out of
this whole continent? And shall we
now be hypocrites in this Hawaiian
business ? If we want Hawaii, let’s
take Hawaii. If not, let Hawaii alone,
but don’tMet’s lay the flattering unction
to our. souls that we are any too
good to gobble the islands if they
are worth gobbling regardless of what
the measly, lazy, ignorant, God-for
saken cannibals think about it,
Reopen the Bank.
The people of Atlanta rejoice to
know that the Gate City National bank
has every prospect of soon being re
\ opened for business.
\ There is every reason for such a
y This bank suspension has been a
very remarkable one in every respect.
Too often when banks fail it is only
after all the resources have been ex
hausted. Such was not the case with
the Gate City. It is evident that the
bank was in fine enndition except as
regarded the money used by Redwine.
Its assets were unimpaired except to
that extent and the only danger the
bank was in arose from the fear of a
run. It closed its doors and began
collecting its discounted paper as it
fell due and the announcement is now
. made that two hundred thousand dol
lars is in its vaults. Public confi
dence has been re-established and the
bank is in shape to reopen and resume
This it should do'lor various reasons.
l Such a great institution should not be
flowed to go out of business, and the
money now in its vaults and daily be
ing collected should find its way into
the channels of trade. If it is deemed
best to secure additional stock let it be
done, but by all means let the bank be
reopened. Lat the world see what sort
Os a town Atlanta is.
The latest gossip is that in the next
gubernatorial contest in’South Caro
lina Ben Tillman will be opposed to
his brother George Tillman. The
name of Tillman is a disgrace to
South Carolina. That state has swung
from the rule of the aristocrat to the
rule of the demagogue and the
Lord only knows when or how it will
get into the hands of truly patriotic
Under Republican rule gold flowed
out ol the treasury. Under Demo
cratic rule gold is flowing into the
treasury. The explanation of this is
found in one word—confidence.
It has been proposed that the peo
ple of Atlanta vote on the question of
who shall be postmaster.
The Sketch Boek.
Scott Thornton, the renowned tragedian,
is not what he used to lie.
There is no Delilah in. the case, but his
Samsonian locks have been shorn, and now
when he promenades the streets he looks
like an ordinary citizen.
The glory of his hair, which, in contra
distinction to common folks, made him ap
pear like “Hyperion to a Satyr,” has de
parted, and it will be some time before
Richard is hirilself again.
In short, Scott has had a hair out, and
as he passes by, the indpertinent street
urchins whistle a vague air suggestive of
the advice given to ope “Johnny,” who
ever he may have been.
Some evenings ago Mr. Thornton inno
cently strolled into Steve Grady’s hair em
porium on Alabama street near Loyd.
Ordinarily, Grady deals in hair only in a
limited sense—the hair of the dog that’s
good for the bite. But this was not an or
Scott encountered there a coterie of his
olosest and warmest friends—friends who
were most solicitous for his welfare and
who felt least hesitation in rushing to his
rescue. They perceived his need and they
When Scott came out of Grady’s he had
to introduce himself to the boys who played
with him at school in order to remind them
of his identity.
He was on his way to a barber shop, for
the first time, probably, since he donned
the sock and buskin. His hair was, eVen
then, not too long. The glorious brindle
locks which had bpen ftom time immemo
rial the pride of his life and the glory
thereof, were gone, vamoosed, skipped—
they were not in it, so to speak. But Scott
wanted a barber to restore order to the re
mains. The friends who had taken his
case in hand operated with more good will
than judgment and his cranial adornment
presented a series of haphazard terraces
which needed to be reduced to a harmoni
An ordinary shingle effected this.
Said Scott, “Those boys were not so
smart as they thought they were. They
expected to send me to the horse-clip
“Did you get mad when they grabbed
you ?” queried Patrolman Jordan.
“Mad, man? Mad, forsooth! Marry,
come up and go to! Likewise ha, ha! It
wan’t no use to get mad with them boys.”
Mr. Thornton had just announced his in
tention of appearing soon in the role of
“Hamblet,” the melancholy. But|his shear
ing the other night is taken in good faith
by those who have heard of it. Nobody
seems to suspect that it was an advertising
dodge, though undoubtedly the incident
will be productive of much free advertising.
This may be reasonably pleaded as an off
set in the event Mr. Thornton should
bring suit for damages.
But if Hamlet appears, he will need a
For some days past visitors to the
comptroller-general’s departments have
noticed that the office did not present its
usual bare appearance, but was enlivened
by the presence of a number of young
ladies. They came as regularly to their
work as did the clerks and officers and
kept at it as regularly and as long.
At first this struck The Herald as a
mere fleeting innovation and no mention
was made of it. But these dapper little
fairies continued to come from day to day,
bending silently over their tasks, what
ever they might be, and yesterday a serious
attempt was made to get at the bottom of
Captain Furlow, the right
4tewer, \vas sought on't in the absence of
He, also, was in mind to be absent,'for
the dinner hour approached, and when
questioned readily lapsed into an absent
frame of mind.
Insurance Clerk Bill Irwin came up and
the two were interrogated in a bunch.
But they didn’t’know anything.
“Captain Furlow, you have several
young ladies working in your office.
Please tell me what that means."
“I don’t know.”
“Are you in the habit of having young
ladies work in the office?”
“Work? No. Young ladies frequently
come into the office to see me.”
At the expense of the inquisitor the
time keeper here scored one for the cap
“What kind of work are they doing?”
“Taking names from the tax digest.”
“Mr. Lester, of Macon, brought them
“Who’s Mr. Lester?”
“What firm is he connected with?”
‘‘What’s his object?”
“Then what's up?”
“Who are the young ladies?”
“Are they Macon or Atlanta girls ?”
“Atlanta, they say.”
“What are their names?”
“Do neither of you know?”
“Very well. Then lam to consider you
a know-nothing club?”
“If you wish.”
“Introduce me to the young ladies?”
The young ladies were thoroughly polite
and there was no mystery whatever about
They had been employed by Messrs.
Mallory, of Macon, who manufacture gins
and other machinery of like character, to
examine the tax digests and secure the
names of all persons in Georgia who pay
tax on 100 acres of land or over, the object
being to send out circulars to such property
The mysterious Mr. Lester who had ar
ranged for the young ladies to have access
to the digests was none other than Mr. J.
S. Lester, of the above mentioned firm.
The young ladies began work in the
comptroller’s office last Tuesday week and
it was thought that they would be at their
task for about a month,but they have made
such good progress that they expect to get
There are not a dozen|of them, as has
been stated, but only four. They are all
Atlanta young women and their names,are:
Miss Annie Barbour,
Miss Nellie Bush,
Miss Eula Dunn,
Miss Visia C. Black.
“Robin Hood” played 250 nights at the
Garden Theatre, New York, to immense
It is to be presented in our city on next
Friday and Saturday evenings.
During its presentation here the 817 to
820th production will mark its appearance
They carry their own orchestra, fifty
people, aud the staging is perfect as to de
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THE HERALD ATLANTA, GEORG IA, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1893.
A fashion oracle writes this advice
to women with red hair:
“You can’t disguise it, nor is it best
to ignore it, so you may as well use it
as a keynote to dress from, and find
your compensation in the lovely com
plexion that usually accompanies it.
Don’t wear blue in any shade; don’t
wear pink or red. The russets and ter
racotta browns, the dull greens and
olives, the faint yellows for evening
wear, in fact, nearly all the autumn
leaf tints are yours, though you must
search faithfully among them until
you find the exset shade which Suits
you. Black is, of course, always be
coming. Regard your f hair not as a
mysterious d i spe n sati onof Providence,
but as a beautiful piece of red silk,
which you are obliged to combine with
whatever you wear, and match or blend
accordingly, not worrying about your
complexion, which will take care of
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The modern newspaper woman does
not accept time-honored opinions
without turning them over and look
ing on the other side. There are
counterfeit coins in the currency of
sentiment we all admit, but we hesi
tate to ring them in public.
For instance, the words of the
Savior to Martha who was left to keep
house while her sister listened to his
teaching—are they not a favorite text
with girls who prefer to attend service
in church or lecture hall to that in
bed room or kitchen?
A woman writer commenting on a
religious trance of five days which
seized a western girl recently, reminds
us of the inconvenience of such a state
when the afflicted one has been needed
to wash the dishes. We know dinners
have to be cooked and dishes ought to
be washed, but they can wait when
Martha has a church service to attend.
The trouble is people are too prone
to estimate a woman’s ability and taste
by the work she performs. We will
all confess that shirking disagreeable
duties is a contemptible habit but we
do not live up to all our confessions of
There are times when a domestic
toiler should be relieved by a holiday
or a picnic.
Women need tenderness and sym
pathy and companionship e.ven when
their babies are little and they have
pride in bread and pies.
A pious man started to prayer-meet
ing one night leaving his wife at home
rocking the baby to sleep.
On the way he chanced to wonder
how she would pass the time after he
baby went to sleep. Prayer meetings
were very refreshing to him, but the
thought of the nights when the sweet
est girl in the world had gone with
him. Was she perhaps also recalling
those blissful hours of tender compan
ionship? Obeying an impulse of his
heart he hastened home before reach
ing the church. He surprised his wife
indulging in a good cry..No words were
needed for any explanation but the
husband felt that it was possible the
better part for him to sometimes rock
his own baby to sleep while another
brother led in prayer at the church.
WILL NOT MOVE.
Rev. Sam Jones Will Not Move
From the Marietta Journal.
Rev. Sam Jones will not move to
Marietta. This has been settled. Mr.
Jones was anxious to come to Marietta
but his wife, when it came to severing
the ties that bound her to Cartersville,
yielded to the persuasion of her daugh
ter and many friends and will remain
As soon as this was found out, Mr.
Moultrie M. Sessions secured a pur
chaser for the place here. Dr. Lewe
Sessons, of Union Springs. Ala.j looked
over the place, liked it and has bought
it, taking it off of Mr. Jones’ hand.
Mrs. Jones was inclined to keep the
place, but a telegram from Mr. Jones
said “move to Marietta or sell,” and it
While we regret that Rev. Sam Jones
and family will not move to our charm
ing little city, yet we are exceedingly
glad to gain Dr. Sessions and family,
who will at once move to Marietta and
occupy the elegant Maxwell residence.
Dr. Sessions is a desirable acquisition.
He is a man of push and energy and
will do his part in making Marietta a
prosperous city. He is a successful
business man. He is president of
Bullock county bank, of Union Springs,
Ala., capital $75,000; president of the
Merchants and Planters bank, of
Ozark, Ala., capital $65,000; president
of the Clayton county, Ala., bank,
capital $50,000, and president of the
Marietta (Ga.) Trust and Banking
company, capital $75,000. He owns the
largest shares of stock in each of these
banks. We welcome Dr. Sessions and
family to our town and congratulate
him on the purchase of the Maxwell-
Jones property, one of the finest and
prettiest estates about Marietta.
John L. Sullivan.
Presidents may come and go, may serve
second terms and disappear, may turn to
law or chicken farming as a profession to
die in after once occupying the presidential
chair, but when the champion pugilist of
the world for twelve years suddenly for
sakes the arena for the stage, then is the
country shaken to its foundation. For
twelve years did John L. Sullivan hold
first place in the sporting world, and it
will be many years more before he loses
that place in the public regard. There is
no more popular man in the United States
today than Mr. Sullivan, and deservedly
so, as he always shared his prosperity with
everyone. It seems quite natural then
that when Mr. Sullivan decided to adopt
the dramatic profession he would receive
the enthusiastic support of the public. He
has done the right thing by arming him
self with a good play and a strong com
pany, and by devoting his own time and
attention in a sincere effort to succeed.
And succeed he will, if we can believe half
the good things said of him. In the part
of Captain Harcourt, or “The Man From
Boston,” we are given a chance to judge
his abilities as both actor and pugilist,
there being an arena mtest introduced in
the last act, when J- .... Ashton stands up
before John L. for several exciting rounds.
Bobby Mack and Ottillie add strength to
an evenly balanced cast of playefs, and
with the features of a regular foot ball
game, now the craze everywhere, the
specialties including all the latest songs,
even “Ta-ra-ra,” as an evening’s enter
tainment “The Man From Boston” can
hold its own against all competition. John
L. Sullivan is on the stage to stay. He
will appear in Atlanta next Tuesday, for
one night only.
If You Suffer
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wearing the German Magnetic ring, Sold
only by Blue, the People’s Jeweler, 73
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you do your pocketbook an injury and in
The Keely Reader at 52.00
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This is the best Shoe for women that it is
possible to produce for the money. Every
shape and size that may be demanded.
The new style “ Cloth Tpp Reinforced
Back,” at $2, is a record breaker. They are
selling remarkably rapid on merit alone.
The Wear-Well at $3.00.
A prime favorite for men who want a
combination of comfort, grace and quality in
Shoes. Twenty new cases just in. This .spe
cial has been bettered and strengthened since
last spring. They were successful then—will
be more successful this season.]
Krn V PfIMPAMV
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Tonight at Trinity Church.
The young people of Trinity Loyal
Temperance League have prepared an
unusually fine program and cordially
invite those who are interested tg at
tend their entertainment tonijsgli at
7:30 o’clock in the lecture -\ of
Trinity church. Several
tionists, whq have won distinction, will
recite and add to the interest of the
No admission fee will be charged
and we hope a large crowd will be
present to encourage these young folks
in their good work.
Think a Moment.
Think of the enormous amount of money
that is paid daily by the south for northern
Much of this is an unnecessary draft upon
Readers, help to stop this by buying the
Dixie Baking Powder which is of the vefy
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The Biggest Bargain of Ail.
Knives and Forks for
four dollars a dozen at
Kaufman’s, 70 White
R. S. Crutcher & Co.’s f
Oak Bedroom Sets for $25 are immense
bargains. See them before you bdy.
87 and 89 Peachtree street.
O. M. Mitchell post, Grand Army of
the Republic will hold tonight a
special service in memory of comrades
who have died during the past year, six
The meeting will be opened to all
the friends of the post and will com
mence promptly a 8 o’clock, lasting
about one hour.
The beautiful service of the Grand
Army of the Republic will be erri
bellished by choice music from the
Trinity church choir of this city, ailtd
the entire service will be the most per
fect ever given by a Grand Army of
the Republic post in the south. !
The Black Diamond Coal company
of Knoxville, Tenn., will furnish Coal
for the new water works at a cost of
$2.45 a ton.
The contract was let yesterday after
noon by the board of water commis
sioners and calls for 2,500 tons at that
figure. t, .. a j
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REASON AND RESULT.
T*«e As a matter of business I
sen d my laundry to the
TRIO. It is always clean,
white, and satisfactory in every par
As the laundry business
ProfeßsiMMi ma y b e called a profession
Man. I send my laundry to the
TRIO, where the proprie
tors are undoubtedly the most thor
ough in the profession of any in the
I wear fine linen, and am
Society not ashamed of it. I send it
Man. to the TRIO because the
finish shows the quality of
the linen and the superiority of the
Really they do say such aw
i>ude. things about our discre
tion. I have been mislead in
regard to my laundry, but am right
now. T-R-I-o—that’s the place, hard to
pronounce and even harder to beat.
WILSON & HARRIS, Proprietors,
79 Edgewood avenue.
Central R. R. of Georgia
H. M. COMER,Receiver
Savannah, Ga., January 8,1893.
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Atlanta aud savannah; Pullman, Savannah and
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GEO, DOLE WADLEY, I W. F. SHELLMAN,
Gen’l Supt. I Traffic Manager,
J. C-HAILE, Gen’l Pass. Agent, Savannah, Ga.
SAM. B. WEBB, T.P. ▲., Atlanta, Ga.
ISAAC LIEBM AN,
Real Estate, Renting
and Loan Agent,
No. 28 PEACHTREE ST.
$4,500 buys a good 7-rooip house, lot 80x175 to
a 20 foot alley Oh a comer on Haynes street.
Gas, water, stable, etc. One-third cash,
balance one and two years. This is Jan ex
ceedingly cheap place.
$4,500 buys the cheapest place |on the market;
10-room house, lot 60x150; gas and water; on
Garnet street, near Foisyth strbet; $2,500
cash, balance two years.
$1,750 buys a 5-room house, lot 45x173, renting
for $12.50 per month, on W. Fair street, near
Walker street, Belgian block in front; $950
cash, balance $18.50 per month without in
$1,500 buys a 4-room house, on lot 53x200 to alley
on East Cain street,' near Piedmont avenue.
SB,OOO buys an elegant 10-room house, corner
lot 50x145 to alley, on good street on south
side. Excellent neighborhood, and easy
terms can be made.
$2,500 buys a 6 and 2-room house, on lot 52x170
to a 30-foot street in rear, on Davis street.
Bargain in this.
$2,250 buys a store and 4-room house, corner lot
49x149 to alley on W. Fair street. Belgian
block and sidewalk down in front. Terms
$3,000 buys a 5-room house, lot 62x225, with alley
on side on Bailey street. SSOO cash, balance
easy. A chance to buy a home at little in
convenience to one’s purse.
$2,500 buys 161x150 fronting on Roach street and
running back to another street. Can be im
proved so as to pay nearly 20 per cent on the
investment This cannot be missed.
$6,500 buys over an acre of ground on corner,
on Juniper street. Lays excellent for sub
division. Just one block from Peachtree
$2,000 buys pretty lot 50x175 to alley on S. Pryor
street, near Yasser street.
$l5O buys elegant lot 50x200 on Park street, near
Ashby street. Cheapest lot on the street.
MONEY on hand to loan on Atlanta real estate.
No, 28 Peachtree Street.
R .H. RANDALL,
No. 8 Kimball House, Wall St.
I HAVE a choice little bargain in a vacant lot,
Fowler street, one mile from Onion depot.
This must be sold at once, and a great in
ducement is offered in the price if party
will take and pay tbo cash. It you have six
hundred dollars come and see me at once.
4’AClifiS Hapeville, near depot; am ordered to
sell this at once as party needs the money.
Come let me show it, and make me an offer.
s6so—sloo cash,balance $25 per mcnth. will buy
a fine building lot, Fowler street.
COME make me an offer on two good 4-room
. houses and one 3-room house near Ira street
school. If you want a bargain at your own
price come see this._>
CHOICE and cheap—looxl9o, good street, West
End; most beautiful grove; only $1,700, and
will make easy terms of % cash, balance 1
and 2 years.
NO CHEAPER and better building lot on the
market than this—soxl9o Crew street, near
four car lines, $1,250, % cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months.
R.H. RANDALL, 8 Kimball House. t
Near the Air Line shops, on which houses
will be built for purchasers. Terms to
W. A. WEBSTER,
51 IV. Pryor 81. Kquimbie Building
That have looked at the Bargains
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN,
J. A. Anderson Clothing Company.
THE BEST GOODS AT THE
WE ARE QUITTING BUSI
NESS AND ARE DETERMINED
TO SELL OUT OUR STOCK AND
GIVE OUR PATRONS THE
J.A.Antasoo Clothing Co.
41 Whitehall Street.
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Sanford, Fla.,dealer in all kinds of fresh
water fish. Send for price list of Shad,
Speckled Perch, Black Bass or Trout,
Bream, Jack and Dressed Cat Fish.
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DOPSON & CLARKES.
115 Whitehall Street, Telephone 568.
in all kinds of fish, pompano, red
smpper, trout, perch, bream, sheephead, bass,
etc. .-special attention given to hotels, board
ing houses and family trade. Give us a call.
115 Whitehall street.
E. M. Roberts. Chas. M. Roberts.
EM. Roberts &Co.,
Real Estate Agents, 48 N Broad St.,
s6,soo—Block 101 feet front on Houston, corner
Butler; 3 new cottages besides store and res
s4,soo—Lot 56x150 Marietta street near Simpson,
with 5-room cottage.
s4,soo—Block 85X143 Marietta street, alley in
rear and broad side with two new 2-story
frame stores and two tenement houses and
space for other improvements.
S4OO Each-3-15 vacant lots in West End, wllll ex
change for Atlanta dirt.
$2,750—3-story new tenement house, corner lot,
Wheat street, with vacant lot joining, rent
rate $42 per month, which may be greatly
increased by building on the vacant lot.
sl,Boo—Block 100x165 Robbins street, 3 houses
and space formore.
s2,soo—Block 100x20i> Humphries street, 5 houses
and space for others.,
S2OO per acre £0 acres Woodland near Western
and Atlantic railroad, four miles from
$225 per front foot, lot 50x335; Peachtree, near
W. D. Grant’s.
$l5O per front foot, block 200 feet on Marietta
street and running 100 feet to W. & A. R. R.
sl,2oo—Lot 47x116, East Ellis, near Butler.
SI,OOO per acre, 2-acre block, near new water
S2O per front foot, block 230x250, Capital avenue,
near city limits.
sl6,soo—Two 2-story brick stores, Marietta street,
$4,600—A 2-story brick store, lot 30x100, Mari
s7,ooo—Block 107x185, Decatur street, joins In
man park; no restrictions.
s6o,ooo—Central 3-story brick block, lot 55x125,
from Peachtree to Forsyth.
s2,loo—Lot 72x184, North Atlanta, near Peach
tree; 2 houses on it.
S7OO each—Block of 5 cottages and one store
and residence; near Boulevard to Grant
s6oo—Lot 49x100, Gray street and North avenue,
fine building lot.
SSO per acre, 50 acres, % mile north of Peachtree
$5 per acre, 120-acre farm, 19 miles east of city,
near G. and C.’rallroad.
For Beat by Green Jfc Halbewi, 37
North Bread Street. Phene 75f>«
“The Little Kimball,” 29 rooms, 45x47,
Wheat streetl2s 00
3 7-r h, Forest ave, Low price.
3 7-r h, Rankin st. Low price.
3 7-r h, Frazier st. Low price.
4- h, 11 Rhodes 10 00
5- h, 58 Frazier 18 00
Space in two nice offices, Broad st*
4- h,J.G Warner’s ave*l2 00
9-r h, 176 Mangum 20 00
7-r h, 438 E. Fair 22 50
5- h, Hunnicutt and W. Peachtree 25 00
4- h,40 Bush. 10 00
5- h, 433 Piedmont 20 00
6- 75 Jones avenue.. 15 00
6-r h, 226 Ivv, servant house, stables, etc.. 30 00
6- h, 121 Whear 30 00
4- 21 and 23 Mays (new) 10 00
9- h, 355 E. Hunter. 32 00
10- h, 55 Jones ave. 25 00
7- Morrison ave. .. 15 00
5- h, 67 Formwait.. 17 50
3-rh, 22 Bushl 8 00
3- h, 11 Plum 8 50
8- h, 27 Luckie, .50 00
i Hole I.ist.
SI,OOO, 30x100, 3-room house (new) Marietta
$4,500, 50x150, 6-room house, Wheat street.
$4,500. 50x150, 7-room house, Garnett street.
$4 500, 79 1 />xl7s, 7-room house, Haynes street.
$3,500, 50x'150. 9-rodm house. Georgia avenue.
$1,250. 50x150, 3-room house, Martin street.
$1,600, 50x200, 5-room house, Vine street.
$6,500, 98x205, valuable business property, Ma
We can suit you in residence property, well
improved, business property improved and un
improved, vacant lots without number, on
JAMES. T. CARTER. W. T. EVANS.
CARTER & EVANS,
—REAL ESTATE SPECIALTIES. —
R«om 734, Equitable Building.
CHOICE LOTS AT MONTREAL, convenient to
depot, S4O to SIOO each; monthly install
ments. Montreal is one of the growing
manufacturing towns of Georgia ana money
invested there is bound to prove profitable.
Montreal is on the G., C. & N, railroad, only
a sport distance from At
LARGE RESIDENCE LOTS in this beautiful
suburb very cheap and on easy monthly
payments. We have for sale on easy terms
several nice new cottage houses in East At
lanta, convenient to car lines, at prices
ranging from SI,OOO to $2,000. This property
is cheap and rapidly enhancing in value.
A great many improvements will be made in
East Atlanta this spring, including a pretty
lake, a handsome new style chueeli building
and a school house. For further informa
tion apply to
CARTER & EVANS.
Wm. I. Woodward. “Edwin Williams.
WOODWARD & WILLIAMS,
14 Seuth Broad Street.
6- cottage, Windsor street; gas and water;
nicely papered; servants’ room; stable;
large lot, 50x175, to alley. $4,500.
5-rh, nearly new, large and pretty lot, Lowe
street, Cheap at $1,250.
4- h, new, lot 52x150 in the pleasant little
suberb Bonnibrae, on very easy terms. S9OO.
5- h, Davis street, in fine condition. Lot
53x117, $3,000, S3OO cash remainder easy.
8-room, 2-storv house, large lot, on Markham
street. Only $3,500, long time.
S2O per foot for 200 feet on Pause street, near
$375 for choice corner lot near depot ac Man
chester, terms to suit you.
268 feet front on Piedmont avenue at a bargain.
$425 3-r h. lot 26x70 on Dover street, $225 cash,
A large tract of farm and timber lands, in a
body or to suit, lying In Dooly county, can
be bought at a bargain.
MONEY TO LOAN on city and suburban
WOODWARD & WILLIAMS,
Telephone 557. 14 S. Broad St.
Southern Land & Loaa Co.
Will build elegant two-story house
on large lot at
at SSO cash and SSO per month. No
other cash payment.
Cottages on smaller payment.
. 525 Equitable.
H. C. PENDLETON & CO.,
Real Entwte mid Lonnt.
207 Eq.iilable Building. ’Phene 1274.
We have for sale at a great bargain one of the
best stock, grain and cotton farms of Middle
Georgia. Lt contains 604 acres—about half
cleared, balance in timber, and well watered
with branches; 80 acres of fine bottom land is
well set in bermucla grass, and yields from two
to four tons per acre. It has on it an elegant
two-story residence, with all necessary out
buildings, in a beautiful grove, within the cor
porate limits of Greensboro. Might take some
good city property partly in exchange for this
LOT 22x95, 15-ft. alley, Decatur street, . $1,500
LOT 53x100, Decatur,street,3,ooo
o SEVERAL Bargains in Acreage, suita-
g ble for sub-division.
1 FULL list of llrst-class North Side prop-
erty. Cheapest you can And.
100-Acre Fann, 12 miles out, three-fourths
of a mile from railroad depot, .... 1,200
1 Terms oil Everythin* All Bight.
IrßftJ. F. KEMPTON,
Real Estate Man.”
748 Equitable Building. (Take Elevator.)
DKONLY * HANDLE BARGAINS.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
W. 81. SCOTT <fc CO., Reni Ratal*
Agent., No. 14 Nerth Prior Street,
Kimball Meu.e Kntrauoa.
JACKSON STREET—the most beautiful homo
on the hill; lovely house, 2%-acre lot, with
magnificent shade trees. No more elegant:
place any where in the city than this. Wfl
can sell it at a very reasonable price. It’ll
only once iu a lifetime that an opportunity
is offered to buy such property at any price.
Come and see us about it. W. M. Scott ss
PIEDMONT AVENUE—Elegant new, well-built,
9-room house, with every modern convon.
lence; large, shady lot; east front; paved
street; SIO,OOO. W. M. Scott & Co. A
23 ACRES on west side, three miles out; the
most magnificent building site in Fulton
county, commanding a line view of the citv •
S3OO per acre. W, M. Scott & Co. J ’
FORREST AVENUE—The prettiest little home
on the street; new, 6 rooms: beautifully
finished inside; gas, hot ana cold water,
etc.: lot 50x150 to an alley. This is a very
choice place and well worth the price asked.
$5,000. W. M. Scott & Co. ’
GEORGIA AVENUE—Good, 5-room house,
with water and sewer connection; gas pinoa
in street; belgiau blocked; lot BoxliO’to
alley; stable, coal and wood house. Price
$2,750; one-third cash, balance to suit pur
chaser. W. M. Scott & Co.
NO. 266 CRUMLEY STREET—Between Wash
ington and Crew streets, 6-room cottage,
with water and gas; sidewalks down and
street paved with Belgian blocks; just
across the street from Judge Bigbv’s ele
gant home, and surrounded by the'cnolcest
of neighbors. This is in every way a very
desiraole little home; price $3,000. W. M.
Scott & Co.
EXCHANGE—For farm near Marietta orCaa
tersville, Ga., or for improved acreage aeai»s.
the city, a new 2-story 8-room residency’S
with every modern convenience, on Ahiiar A
avenue, just off the Boulevard: beautiful
place; price, $5,000. W. M. Scott & Co.
NO. 91 PLUM STREET—Nice little 3-room co®
tage on lot 25x127 to alley; everything in
first-class condition; splendid neighbor
hood; only $1,100; S2OO cash, balance $23 a
month. W. M. Scott & Co.
SOUTH PRYOR STREET—Eight blocks from
union depot, 9-room house on beautiful
shaded lot, 70x140 to alley: house has gas,
hot and cold water, etc. Will sell for $7,539
and take smaller property as part pay
ment. W. M. Scott & Co.
WEST END—Lovely home of 6-rooms—beauti
fully arranged on lot 50x210—high and level.
Only one-half block from Gordon street and
electric cars; in choice neighborhood. *
can sell for $2,750 on very easy terms. W.
M. Scott Cfc Co.
CORNER PINE AND WILLIAMS-That beau,
tiful lot on southeast corner with the small
house on it, 50x127, all improvements down
in front. This is the cheapest lot on tha
market anywhere in that very choice neigh
borhood, $2,200. W. M. Scott & Co.
SOUTH PRYOR STREET—We have a beautiful
new cottage with gas, hot and cold Water -, i
6 rooms, i. e., parlor, dining room, 3 bed*
rooms and kitchen, bath room, pantry, e’ea- |
ets, etc. etc. Hall papered, nice mantels J
and tiling in three rooms. Lot is YJxLO 1
with east front. Price $3,500, on very easT
payments. W. M. Scott & Co.
NEAR E. T. V. & G. SHOPS—3-room house on
nice corner lot, white neighborhood; always
rented for $6.50 per month. Prioe SBOO,
SIOO cash, balance monthly. W. M. Scott
EDGEWOOD—Near Inman Park and peqatur
dummy. New 5-room house', lot, 102X150 th
alley, high commanding location. Pried
$2,000; S2OO cish, SIOO next May, SIOO next)
November, $136 in May, 1894, SI,OOO in 4
years, the balance can be paid monthly.
Good stable and out buildings. This is in
choice neighborhood and will double iu
value within 2 years, W. M. Scott & Co.
SUMMIT AVENUE—32 feet front; runs
through to Hiiliard street; lies beautifully;
only few steps from electric cars. $2,259.
W. M. Scott & Co.
CORNER PULLIAM and Vassar streets—Nies
little home, 4 rooms and hall—on lot 50x105.
Only one block from Pryor street in good
neighborhood. Price $1,650 on installments*
W. M. Scott & Co.
47 East Hunter Street.
VIEW 5-R. H., east
L\ in a good neighborhood. This house<fc
nicely finished, and the chance of your life
set a home on easy terms, viz.: SIOO cash auMR
25 per month. Price only $2,850.
NICE vacant lot on Jefferson street, neaV
Pearl street. Half cash, balance easy; only
THREE LOVELY Jackson street lots, 55k17(J
each, to a 10-foot alley; east front. 'This
week at the low price of $45 per front foot.
ANEW, well-built cottage of six rooms, be
sides hall and bathroom, on Houston street
near Boulevard. This is a nice place; lot 48x153
to a 10-foot alley. It is high, level, and worth
$4,000, but I will sell it this week on easy terms
6-R H AND large garden lot 72x165 in the cen
tral part of West End; terms y 3 cash, bal
ance easy monthly payments. The prioe it
away down at $2,200.
-4 NICE, high, level lots, each 30 to 40 fee®
I front. Will sell on easy monthly pay
ments. Price of the lots are from $450 to SBOO
each. Call and see about this.
toloan at 6,7 aniTfe per cent.
/x YA-ACRE farm, betvzeen the City ants a
Chattahoochee river, at $35 per acre*
IHVE-ROoM house, hall and servantTFroom!
barn and stable. This little home is neat
in, on Pulliam street; has east front, gas and
water, belgian block and sewer all down and
paid for; % can be paid, S2O per month, no in
terest ; 1-3 cash, balance easy; only
/"k-ACRE farm, in Cobb
jij per acre; has three fine orchards,
good, new dwelling and tenant’s house ; mustbsl
sold, so now is your chance to buy; terms very
4-ROOM house and hall, on nice, high Kelly
street corner, lot 42x100; house nearly new;
terms easy, a bargain at_sl,7so.
to loan at 6,7 and 8 per cent.
rp OMORROW I can sell you two nice loisj 1
JL with east front, on Sims street, worth SSOO,
for the price of $350.
ESTYcNII iFnow leading all other parts olf
Atlanta id the number of attractive
homes now building, and soon to be buil|. If
you desire to live in this, the choicest portion
of Atlanta, call soon and let me show you
handsome lots from which to choose, for I be
lieve that I have more and better bargains iff
West End property than any other real estate
agent in the city. D. Morrison, 47 East Huntef
5-r h, Loyd street, gas and waters2l 00
5-r h, 107 Davis street 16 00
8-r h, Crew street, gas and water 25 00
5-r h, Richardson street, gas and water...2s 00
6-r-h, Hood street• 15 00
3-r h, Formwait street 10 00
3-r h, Hardin street 10 85
8-r h, Yonge street, gas and water 22 50
5-r h, 455 East Fair street, gas and water.. 16 t>o
3-r h, 60 Berean avenue 7 06
5-r h, Borne street J..... 14 OQ_
Call and see our list. D. MorrisAn, 47 *
LOTS FOR SALE—None less than half
acre. Homebuilders preferred. Should
you prefer a house ready built, wjll sell
the one I now reside in, with one, two or
H. F. EMERY,
7% North Broad Street.