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Ho ittiffcH mnv of ib#
ova#r» ot lb# city fct rtfwlfn b*tn j
•par# to pul up kb tent. Mr. U»
ikft itfanad to k.s »«t**oo »n« j
taot 90 aioQVfli Ibat faaay la lb# ,
coo|T«fiikiii mm *kk«4 to w«i*.
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ot Ikt gnuiAMt tkEtp ttrt j
In Mawftn and was fatly appf*rlat#d by ]
the ton#rrcaiu>n. At the end of bte
Momnn be asked that every wan. •<►
wan and child present In the conwe- |
tion oho vra* in favor of hi* BMy
tneni to aland up. Nearly everybody i
lints: rvapooded. and when be asked j
Vboae who bad ilti»d lb# petition ibct |
ta to be pra*en«ed lo the ordinary a»t- \
Inc for an election to hold up their ,
ban da nearly every hand In the tent i
Mr. Lee cloved the meet loir try an
nouncing that on toroonrow night there
would be a speelal weeding fop the ne
groes. and that the colored minuter*
of the city and himself would be
present and addreaa the meellnt?
A colored prohibition club wit be or- ]
gsnixed tomorrow night to aaetst the
whit# club In their work and good re
mits are expected. He will talk to
morrow eight on the logic of license,
and qil! also take up the matter of
The Citizen* Club-
Savannah. Ocj. M.—The Connervatlve j
Club «u organised last night at a |
meeting In the upper room of the Odd !
Fellows' Hall, at which about fifty j
men were present, Mr. A. A. Uttt * j
renee was elected temporary chairman
and Mr. Charles A. Lamotte tempo- j
Mr. C. A. Hrandt. chairman of the
committee appointed to select a name, ]
reported "Tfc» Conservative Club' us'
In Its opinion the beat title for the |
new organisation, anil the report was
adopted without discussion.
In Hiking the chair an temporary I
chairman. Mr. LAvrenttt decdaj'ed that
the course of the present admlnistra- i
tlon renders It necessary to perfect an j
organization to give citisens opposed
to Its methods a rallying point around j
which their strength may be centered ,
and used effectively to prevent a con- j
tlnuance of misrule. He believed, i
from the comments heard on all sides,
that citisens generally ore dissatisfied j
with the conduct of the city's business ,
by the present administration and are;
not willing to allow It to continue in \
office for another term. The fact it j
had been left for five men to Bay how
Savannah should be governed ho re
ferred to in terras of strong criticism,
and the assertion was made that the
spirit of condemnation was already
sufficiently strong to defeat the admin
lastatlon ticket in January. He be
lieved a good organization, putting out j
a good ticket, would win.
it was decided to have r committee, I
of which the temporary chairman of
the club shall tie chairman, to select a ]
permanent meeting place, prepare ap- |
plication blanks for membership, etc.
This committee will appoint another
committee which will prepare a plat
form. It was decided to meet every
Wednesday, beginning with Wednes
day of next week.
One or two brief speeches were made
to the tenor that the new club should
not be run by office holders or those
After the meeting there was some
little informal discussion of probable
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Earrings Art $2 Ptr Pair.
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[ ptift' <»* orw* W. Ti» *l#man and Col.
A Curtowa liiL
If John Riley Tanner of Illinois was
not supporting sound money and the
national honor, republican edllors
1 might suepect him of being a detna
WINE OF CAftPUI
Hfvci'LES, Mo., lan 28.
I have been afflicted for years with female
trouble and a pain in my la»t side. Our home
doctors Could not help me, so I went to Spring
field for treatment. The physician said I had en
largement and ulceration of the womb. I got so
weak and poorly the doctor told me I had better
go h. .ine. He advised me to get some Wine of
Cardui to take at home. I bought two bottles,
and am surprised at the result. It helped ms more
than anything 1 ever took and I am up doing
mv housework. _
3 LAURA CUMER.
You don’t often find physicians recommending what are
called "patent medicines”. Thousands of them however are
frank enough to admit that Wine of Cardui will cure "female
diseases”. If this great medicint does not cure, nothing will.
The case of Laura Climer is simply one of thousands where
Wine of Cardui has restored women to health after the best
physicians had given them up as beyond the aid of human heip.
The wine is unequaled for all the peculiar troubles and sicknesses
of women—for the girl just entering womanhood—for reducing
the pains of childbi.# And assisting in quick recovery
B DEPARTMENT. /
i requiring *pe- i'
m, giving syrop
/ry Department, (
DRUGGISTS SELL LARGE BOTTLES FOR SI.OO.
WINE OF CAR DU I
THE A.T7GTTSTA BEHALD
WILLING TO RUN
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again TW MiHf tlwl atmUatilna IS*]
to perfurm k* doe* not lake seriously. l
It* belters* the nty ten* Quite ns *cl I
I tad svanalt ill) managed aaAr the |
iM orcMlaalluQ as It la sow under lb*
• I o* no n«*d for tniaiiistlont " Mr.
MeDunongS mild, "but If It Is desired
to hare them, my idea la to bate nn
act pamed firing the rlty the right lo
1 reatr them ns It seen Hi. nttarblng no
[ tmerera lo any of them that will Inter
fere with Ibe council's complete con -
[trot of the city govt mmenf One of the
I moat regretable defat ta In the present
• '•mmlaaton Mila la that the roua il
boa not the power to carry out Its ob
jects at times. Being run separately
and apart from the main branch of the
Icily govern meet, some of the depart- 1
men's exer> iar arbitrary piucra. and ,
I for that reason do not work in har
mony with other*. The ronimlasiun*.
If they are again created, must be
subordinate to aud coordinate with
"The fact that the city Is now being
run wide open la aa illustration of lh ‘
Inahl'lty of council to execute the
law,” Mr. McDonough aaid. "Saloon*
are kept open Sunday*, and no effort la
being mad# by those in charge of the
police force to put a atop to It. Coun
cil might he expected to assume the
responsibility of this a tale of affair*.
I which is altogether too plain to require
| a statement of its existence, but the
afterward —for Change of
Life —for ulcerated and fall
ing womb—for leucorrhoea,
headache and backache.
SHOES THAT ARE KNOWN!
ftfivlhififf fli.it rs a!v#
lah, jMiMtc ind con>*
the hot of worknun
!thin will lv found in
lljtun & Sons Shoes.
CftSHIN. GOULET i VAUGHAN. 808 Broad Street.
4ttt Mm HkMN A £€)%.
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j (of ww) of * Mt Mfi inmih m#* tuidk *
.III# I #«t4#*%f»t *4 to Irfffft w#*
I** ktffur vstll #o# roorttojr. I «p«I
l#w. a«4 lAforviiMc *!##*«• in nm'&Kmk
liMv lan***•*» that tl waa ao intention
i fafofrt Hto tlw 1 I#ti#f.
'lulwily 04flHAlA44 ntfl» lb# Ms n«i4
gavf tin na ifonol#. •wof ««4
j r«r ffti4 Milt of th**» »#r# avonn
in? friend#. m**n who a*i|iporl#4 n># »n
! rot rirf. Wb#tt tb# •»#• tw I®-
j pt»a#d. aom# tboufftii I vna i»* * * r #ai*
in* tti#n right lo no* r#tniitln* tl»»®
4 hat lh»y nr#r# iri frlmida. Bw mi#n
l«b#r rrond tbl# in r<®df»f»ation of
not PinplfißK olth fb# Inw, 1 told
jthem I thought they were my friend*,
hut I eonld not hold to that opinion If
ilbcy expected me to allow them lo vio-
I late the tnwa which the people elected
I®# lo #nfor«*r ”
•'Would jDM favor ilodttf tb# ita®U
t as den*’" Mr McDonough pjim fur
im r asked.
"While Itiere la no city oriUuaoce
covering thin. lA<> rlty authorlfN* can
,t<*p P as easily ta If there went. They
»vpp gel the evidence and turn Jt over
lio the solicitor general, and In this
way a atop would soon be put Vn the
avll. I would favor doing It."
"Do you think this platform would
split the present Überal Club organi
sation?" he wo* asked.
“No. I do not. For every one who
left It Ir my opinion ten woulik he
gained. The people want the law en
forced. During my former admlnla
! trutlon there were some things done
which I did uot approve, as It was not
ithe right way to grt evidence. This
I was the feat two men performed by
l climbing telegraph pole*, thereby get
; ling a view of a room In which ganib
l ling was going on. Huch clrcumatancoa
I might give the people reason for dia
[ satisfaction, but where there Is a fair.
| Impartial enforcing of the law, It
j raises and elevates the community,
i aud makes It bettor for everybody."
“There bus been nn effort to gel the
I tire department out of pollticji. In.Jjie
; event you are mayor, would you favor
j turning It over to the winning side?"
Mr. McDonough was asked.
"My opinion Is that a compAtat
man should not be removed from office
merely on political grounds ” was 111®
reply. "Tiie tire department Is now in
ithe bands of able commissioners, and
men who ore «R>t concerned much 1n
politics. What l mean is that while
they are interested in public affairs,
they are not whfit you would call poli
ticians. Under their management the
personnel of the tlrp department,which
is probably the moat Important branch
of the city government, is doubtless
composed of competent men, and those
who leave politics alone and attend
strictly to their duties. This being the
case, I fee no reason why they should
be removed, merely because they
happen to be on the other side. I have
j appointed men who were not my
i strong supporters, and my attention
I has been celled to the fact that others
Shad worked harder for the success of
the ticket, but the main thing to be
looked at Is whether the man Is com
petent, This Is the only thing that
should be consfcPered in making an ap
pointment to Atfy public office. This
doctrine may bc( applied to all the de
Me. McDonough waß mayor of Sa
vannah for two terms, from IS9I to
1893. After ent®ing on bis duties his
attention was tlfteetcd to the frequent
violations of the Sunday liquor selling
that proved qiftte effective. The min-
Known from Maim to
California at the BEST
that material and good
workmanship can pro*
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mtiaHt r dull #fi3tui##fii I# io fUrfct
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irks sod nwlAids If Mr McDn»o«Bkl
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: mmitiiofi for fib# Aghr Thl# I* «#**® |
Iviely Ib# m*y th* of tt*#*
! new rlob regard the matter.
For Infant* and Children.
Tilt Kind You Haro Always Bought
gigaatnr* of diyfffEoSt
SAYS SMI; kOHIU I) A ROHBER.
Maid's Confession Lead* to Her l:m
I New Haven, Pniul, »Vt. ifi. —The |>o- j
I IP-e here are Investigating s very sin
gular rubbery <■*#*•. A party of four I
last evening registered st the I'nltetl)
Htates hotel as l>r. le-sndcr le-on snil j
wife, her culured maid. Midget leon j
urd, and Ik. Is*un's veld. I K llive Al
[, xl*. also Colorod. This morning Dr.
Leon declared tlmt during the night
lu» hnd le-« n robbed of 11,too in cash
and « diamond valued st Xt.OOU.
The maid and valet weie missing.
They were raptured by the police
while trying to eaeupe in n eab. Tlie
diamond was found seerd*d away
under the eab eushluns. The maid con
fessed the theft, but charged Dr. Leon
with having originally stolen the dia
mond and $2,00# In money from guests
st the Wauregun house. Norwich.
Conn. On their testimony Or. train
and wife were arrested tonight and,
lodged In the Central police station. (
Their Imggage, consisting of ,srveia!
large trunks, was brought to head- ,
quarters anil examined.
The examination disclosed that Ur. |
Leon has many aliases—ln fact that he I
has had a new name In nearly every I
state he Ima visited. 11» claims here to'
be a clairvoyant. In Boston he was C. '
Clarence Wayne, Jr. In Worcester, ]
Mass,, he was known as "Nlblo." In
another Massachusetts city he passed
us "Klro, the palmist." In New York
he called himself “Amro Pamlro, psy
i hologlst and astrologer, offices In New
York. Chicago, Boston, Han Francisco,
and London.” The police think the
whole paity arc swindlers and that the
setvants have sought to rob their em
ployers or 111-gotten gains. The money
has not been found. Tin* police think
the maid sent the money ro New York
by telegraph or express early this mo
Croup Is the terror of iliousands of
young mothers bocauae its outbreak Is
so agonizing and frequently fatal. Hhi
loh's iCough and Consumption Cure
acts like magic In case of Croup. It
has never been known to fail. The
worst cases relieved Immediately. Price
2f» rts., 60 etz. and *I.OO. Sold by—Re
tailers, T. A. Buxton, Anderson’s Drug
Store, Alexander's Drug Store, West
kind Pharmacy, The King Pharmacy;
Wholesalers, Davenport Phlnlzy.
U. C. V. Letters.
Capt. N. C. Butler has received the
letters to be worn on the hats of the
veterans of Comp 435.
All members desiring the letters
rac obtain them from Capt. Bu'ler at
his place of business.
Beam tie <4 11,9 K l[lll Vou Hare Always Bought
‘ v T , CS^Mgau
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