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MR. J. M. LANG THE WINNER.
WOS FIRST MEDAL TOURNAMENT
OF THE GOLF CLUB WITH XOl.
Mr. Lan. Mailt* a Groan Score of 120
Which Handicap Reduced to the
Winning Figure—Best Gross Scores
Made m>- Messrs. Harry Blun nntl
C. W. Saunsy, YVlth Ho and 113,
Respectively Tournaments Will
Be Continued Weekly Members
Will Receive Badges for the First
Tournament Won and Bars for the
Others—Golflnrn Faced Discourag
Mr. J. M. Lang tvas the successful con
testant in the first of the series of handi
cap tournaments inaugurated by the Sa
vannah Golf Club yesterday, and will re
ceive a gold medal from the club as a
trophy of the victory he has won. Mr.
Lang won on an t score of 101.
The golfiacs played under unfavorable
circumstances. Many of the more enthu
stas.lc are absent from the city, and the
thoroughly inclement weather prevented
many others from entering the tourna
ment. The entries on this account were
few, but the tournament was an interest
ing one nevertheless, as the closeness of
the several scores will testify. The best
gross scores were made by Mr. Harry
Blun. scratch, and Mr. C. W. Saussy, 7
Mr. Blun completed the round of the links
In 110, while Mr. Saussy accomplished the
same result in 113 Mr. Lang was allowed
a handicap of 25, and taken from his
gross, score of 126, this won him the medal.
The scores are as follows:
Gross. Handicap. Net
J. M. Lang 126 25 101
H. S. Oppenhelmer 132 23 10i
C. W. Saussy ...... 113 7 lw
C. F. Moses 126 17 109
H. Blun, Jr 110 Scratch HO
Robt. Btlllngton ... 134 23 111
J. L'Engle 13) 14 116
J. F. C. Myers 147 29 lls
The following itemized score shows the
number of strokes tn which each of the
contestants attained each of the holes: -
H. Blun, Jr.-
Out 4 5 9 6 6 7 9 7 6—69
In 5 5 5 5 5 9 8 5 4—51—110
C. W. Saussy—
Out 5 6 7 6 5 6 10 6 5—66
In 6 4 8 7 4 7 7 8 6—67—113
J. M. Lang-
Out 5 6 10 5 5 7 8 10 5—61
In 7 4 7 6 6 11 8 9 7-65-126
C. F. Moses—
Out 6 6 7 6 5 9 10 8 6-63
In 6 4 9 6 7 9 8 9 5-63—126
W T . J. L'Engle—
Out 5 7 9 7 4 11 11 7 8-69
In 6 6 10 5 3 7 8 8 8-61-130
H. S. Oppenhelmer—
Out 6 7 9 5 5 8 10 8 7—65
In 7 6 10 6 5 9 9 9 6-67-132
Out 4 5 10 6 6 8 9 9 5—62
In 6 5 11 5 6 9 10 12 8-72—134
J. F. C. Myers-
Out 9 7 10 5 6 10 14 8 8—77
In 6 6 11 4 6 9 15 7 6-70-147
Th tournaments will be coftfirmed on
each Saturday afternoon, a medal
offered by the club to the winner in each
event. Should a winner be again success
ful fit a second tournamen-t, he will be
given a bar instead of a medal, and thus
Indefinitely. With the hoped-for advent
of better weather, it is believed that the
number of entries will be very percepti
bly increased and the interest intensified
in this manner.
Despite the disadvantages under which
It was held, the initial tournament of the
series for the club medals is regarded
by the members as a success. It is be
lieved' that the con lin ua nee of the series
end the offer of the medals will do much
to stimulate interest in the game, and
that the members who have some
what loath to display their verdant inex
perience on the fair green, will shed their
bashfulness and make a try for the
YACHTSMEN IN I>Ol BT.
Attendance of DrnKOon nt Charles
ton Regatta 1m I'ncertntn
The spirits of the Savannah yachtsmen
•em to have been somewhat*dampened
by the excessive rains which have prevail
ed of late, and It is feared that the at
tendance upon the Charleston regatta
Thursday will not be es large as was first
anticipated. Another untoward feature in
this regard is the uncertainty as to the
movements of the Dragoon, the former
prize winner of the Savannah club.
The members of the syndicate owning the
Dragoon seemed to have lost interest in
her since heb defeat by the Charleston
yacht Maris, and although they seem gen
erally agreed to the proposed sale they
do not seem sufficiently Interested to get
together In the matter. It was intended
[that the Dragoon should participate in the
[charleston regatta, but in the present stnt,-
of uncertainty it is difficult to say what
will be done. It is probable that some or
the smaller yachts will attend.
If wind and weather prove favorable
the Savannah yachtsmen expect a very
| pleasant time at their club regatta on
July 4. There will be high tide in the
ifternoon, and with a good breeze, it will
jc possible to arrange a course which
will enable the greater part of the race
o be viewed from the club balconies. This
vould make the club the headquarters for
he guests and would tend to make the
■vent a very pleasant one.
WILL GO TO HE.UFOHT.
Ijtepnbllcan niues Will Vl*it Naval
wThc excursion of the Republican Blues
to Beaufort will be the military feature of
♦he week. The trip will be made on the
•(earner Clifton and it is expected that
title Blues will be accompanied by a larfp
number of their friends. The steamer will
I ave the city at 9 o’clock Thursday mrm-
Itg An orchestra will be taken along in
©♦dvr that there may be dancing on the
■ At Beaufort the Blues will be enter-
Hined by their friends of the Beaufort
Hescrve Nav’al Artillery, the day being
anniversary cf the latter. The two
I mpanles will parade together and af-
I rwards a mat: h game of ball will he
I ayed by teams from the companies. Af-
I r the game the Blues will he enlertaln-
Ii with a spread at the Court House. It
hid been intended to us the old arsenal
o the Beaufort Artillery, built in Colo-
I al days, but It was decided that this
I is tro small.
I rVrmission has been granted by Admi
■ l Sumner to stop at and inspect the
I val station on route. Those who do not
C! re to participate in the mid ary festlvl-
H e will have plenty of time for bath
ln f. boating and Ashing The party ex-
DCts to return to Savannah shortly alter
Estate of llr. Kate Lyons.
The report of the appraisers appointed
in the Court of Ordinary to fix the value
of the real and personal estate of the late
Mrs. Kale Lyons was filed yesterday. The
appraisers estimate the estate to be of
the total value of 1it,459.
To Address Touchers’ Institute.
Col. G. B. Whatley has been Invited by
he Teachers’ Institute of Wilkinson coun
v to deliver an address before that body
n "rrnpiical Education," on nexi Thurs
ay, at lrwlnton.
, —Gen. Andre, the new French Minister
>f War, Is an accomplished musician. In
ifs7s, when he was a captain In the Vr
,tallies garrison, he married Mile. Chapuls,
v f 0 f (he most distinguished artistes of
.a Opera Cos in la uo ’ i
Wasting to work
Is the only way in which the business
woman, employed in store or office, can
Delaware d l ft , -
our family doctor i I 1 ! 11.. i*- - ■
said I had con- || \U hlfflSE 1
sumption I <t llw LUjHR ]
thought I must die | ! ill
•oou tor I felt so || !,|i JtSi*'*' i Hill
awful bad. Had a lu liMt|llig..u,ltijllllllWi ill it
bad cough, spit blood, and waa very short of
breath. I had pains in my chest and right lung,
also had dyspepsia. Before I took your * Golden
Medical Discovery ’ and ' Pleasant Pellets' 1 was
an weak T could not sweep a room, now I can
do a small washing. I feel like anew person."
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets cure heart-burn.
TWO FAVORITES WE AT DOIVS.
Greyfeld Outran .Iran Bernod anrl
the Great Mare Imp.
New York, June 23.—At the Sheepshead
Bay track to-day Jean Bejaud was favor
ite in the Sheepshead Bay handicap at 3
to 1, with Imp a strong second choice at
sto 1. Bendoran rushed into the lead and
led Into the stretch by four lengths. Imp
and Jean Beraud were head and head be
hind, while Greyfeld, who had been quiet
ly played at 8 to 1 began to close from
last place from where he had been running
up the back stretch. One by one he
passed the different horses and then set
sail for Bendoran, who was nearing the
judges, but fast tiring. In a few more
jumps he was up to the leader and pass
ing him ten jumps from the wire, von a
good race by one-half a length In 1:40 4-5.
Imp was third, three length back of Ben
First Race—Selling, five furlongs. Har
lem Lane, even, won, with Ondurdis, 3 to
I and 4 to 5. second, and Annie Thomp
son, 60 to 1 third. Time 1.01 2-5.
Serord Race—Six furlotgs. Maribert, 6
to 1. won, with His Royal Highness, 20
to 1 and 7 to 1, second, and Montanic, 4
to 1. third. Time 1:14.
Third Race—The Surf stakes, five and a
ha f furl rigs. Water Color, 3 to 1, won
wi h Smile, 5 to 1 and 2 to 1, second and
Outlander, 4 to 1, third. Time 1:07 1-B,
Four'h Race—Sheepshead Bay handicap,
one mile. Greyfeld. 8 to 1, won, with Ren
d'ran, 20 to 1, and 7 to 1. second, and Imp,
6 to 1. third. Time 1:10 4-5.
Fifth Race—Steeplechase, about two
and a half miles. Trillion, 20 to 1, won.
with Ochillree, 4 to 1 and 7 to 5. second,
and Plato, 4 to 1. third. Time 5:22 2-5.
Sixth Race—Selling, one and ontvsjx
leenth miles on turf. First Whip, 13 to
10, won. with Rare Perfume, 11 to 5 and
7 to 10. second, r,nd the Rush. 4 to 1, th rd.
Time 1:47 3-o.
BASK OUTSIDER AVON DERBY.
Sidney f.ucna Hnd Ills Lews Encased
in Flannel Bandages.
Chicago, 111., June 23. Sidney
Lucas, a despised outsider In
the betting, won the thirteenth Ameri
can Derby at Washington Park this af
ternoon by five lengths. The Eastern colt,
James, was second, while the even money
favorite, Lieut. Gibson, was a poor third.
As the field cantered back to the grand
stand, there was no tumultuous applause
to greet Sidney Lucas, the 20-to-l shot,
whose forelegs were encased in flannel
bandages. Instead, there was the almost
sullen hush of disappointment.
The American Derby is at one and
one-half miles, value to winner, *9,775;
second. *2,000; third, 51.000. Sidney Lucas,
20 to 1, won easily by five lengths; James,
6 to 1, second, by six lengths; Lieut. Gib
son, even, third. Time 2:4o'* Barrack,
fourth; Advance Guard, fifth; Sam Phil
Cincinnati naoe Results.
Cincinnati, June 23 —Results at Latonia:
Firs; Race—One mile. Marion Lynch, 5
to 5 won. with Sadie Burnam, 12 to 1, sec
ond. and Our Lida, 8 to 1, third. Time
1:42*14. ■' * '
Second Race—Five furlongs. Tom Em
bry. 7 to 1, won, with Bonnie Lissak, even,
second, and Syncopated Sandy, 5 to 3,
third. Time 1:02?4.
Third Race —One mile and a half, sell
ing. Goose Liver, 7 to 10. won, with Fan
nie Taylol*. 7 to 5, second, and Bently B„
10 to 1, third. Time 2:36.
Fourth Race—The Covington Spring
slakes for 2-year-olds, five and a half
furlongs. June Gayle, 7 to 10, won, with
Sam Lyons, 16 to 1, second, and Menace.
II to 5, third. Time 1:09',4*
Fifth Race—One mile, selling. Osraon,
30 to 1. won. with Honeywood, 7 to 1, sec
ond, nnd Margaret Hageman, 9 to 2, third.
Sixth Race —Six furlongs. Iris, 7 to 2.
won. with Crinkle. 8 to 5, second, and
MacLuren, 3 to 1. third. Time 1:15.
COTTON SIMN NEBS’ COMMITTEE.
May Establish Business Ilonses In
Charlotte, N. C.. June 23.—A committee
of five, representing the Southern Cotton
Spinners’ Association, -will mnke a visit
to the principal Northern cities about
July 4, to carry out the instructions of the
bonrrt of governors by "coneiderint? the
advisability of establishing business
house* In the principal cities, under the
management of the members of the Asso
ciation. for the purpose of handling their
production and thus to <V> away with the
necessitv of the middle men, who at pres
ent. not only handle the production of the
mills, but fix the prices and make con
tractu.** ~ . #4 .
Dr. J* Tf. MoAdcn, the presMent of the
association, has under advisement the •'-
l.*rtior> of the pentl* tn* n to compose the
committee, who will he well known and
representative mill Their Journey
to the North, for the purpose named, is
significant, and doubtless will have Im
TIIItK \TS M UIK IIV XECItOEfIk
They Talk of Killlnir Hen Charireil
Oolumbiifs, Ga., June 23.—Considerable
excitement exists at Nancee, five miles
above Co’umbus, over threats said to
have been made by negroes to kill five
white men, whom they believe were im
plicated In the recent lynching; of a negro
at that plaq*
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. JUNE 24.1900.
WEItE PILLED DOWN THE STL2TB.
Occupants of Ilurnliiff House Dis
tracted ly Smoke and Flame.J
An alarm of Are from Box 9. at Bay and
Jefferson streets, called out the norijiein
section of the department at 1 o’clock: this
morning. The Are w 6 discovered in a
little cook shop kept by a negro r timed
Tison, at 240 Bryan street, west.
When the department reached the scene
the fire had gained as good headway ns its
narrow possibilities in the matter of de
struction permitted. It had evldentl y been
burning for some time before it atl jracted
the attention of anyone, with sufficient
intelligence *to turn in an alarm, fl >r the
second hand clothing store of l*ai.ky &
Stalberg. adjoining the cook shop, ion the
corner of Jefferson 6treet, was flllol witn
smoke and flame, while the secon # story
of the building was one dense whltfl cloud
A white woman. Virginia Riggs, lives in
the upper story with two or thre<l of her
daughters, of varying ages. The* women
were stampeded by the fright ill reduced
by the smoke and were rushing frantical
ly from one room to another, dithering
up worthless articles of furnitij re ernd
adornment, forgetting that which) was of
more value and, more than all, ft>rgetting
their own safety. The younger girls were
in the same predicament. The f moke was
rapidly betAoming denser and and enser and
the danger in which the women and the
younger girls stood more and more im
inent and pressing.
It was at this Juncture tlta** a negro
man rushed up the stairway .pad grasp
ing the mother of the family 1!/ the arm
rushed her down the stairs to ‘the street.
He repeated thi> performan e with the
daughters, and then brougl it down a
trunk and some other articb ju of value.
His presence of mind saved them from
promis and suffocation.
The fireman turned a strep m from one
of the chemical engines on th > flames and
smoke and succeeded in coi ytrQlling the
fire without much trouble. A .s the furni
ture in the cook shop and the stock in the
second hand clothing store ;|re of small
the damage done by t/he flames is
also light. But very little j as actually
destroyed. The exact origin Slf the fire is
nAIXS HAVE HURT Fj^CilES.
Reports From Central fleorgla Say
Crop In Damaged Onf*-Ifalf.
The rnins that have been general over
the state for the last few: weeks have
seriously impaired the hUjuh hopes the
fruit growers in some sect lons have en
tertained of the success t)t the peach
crop this year. It is imported from
the section of country arou pfl Macon that
the growers fear they will no< mr\k© half
the crop they have expecte* | with so much
The principal danger t hat the peach
crop is in from the com dnued rains is
that U will become lnfec led with what
is known as “black rot.” This is a dis
ease of the peach that, *when it once
gains a foothold in an orf hard, spreads
rapidly to ali the trees an and is frequently
accompanied by disastrous # consequences.
Tho “black rot,” when or x:e fairly start
ed. can work more dear rue non in an orch
ard than almost ony other; of the numer
ous pests and diseases * % ith which the
growers have to contend.
Another danger is that the trees
are very heavily loaded many of the
peaches w ill be knocked off by the force
of the wind and rain. this way also
prospective profits are w pjj. to disappear
with marvelous rapidity.
The evil results from wind and rain
have been greatest, it said, in the
northern and central sect Jons of the uiate.
In Southern and Southw tst Georgia some
of the growers report tl fat the crop has
not been at all injured, though the ab
sence of the customary and necessary
amount of tvarmth and per
haps detract somewhat from the quality
of the fruit.
Those crops of cantaloi >es that have ap
proached maturity have | Iso suffered from
the raltrs. Around Sa f*annah, however,
most of the cantaloupes <alre not nearly in
this condition and the or rf.y effect the rains
have had has been and t widely beneficial,
causing them to grow Vaster and better
than they would othei wise have done.
Very large areas of R g>cky Ford cantal
opes have been planted this year in Geor
gia and the farmers, if.* luck holds expect
it to be one of the m 3t remunerative of
the lighter .crops.
—The Chilian goverr iment has a project
in preparation for th** creation of a na
tional merchant mark e. According to this
project it is proposed to have a fleet of
six steamers, each wi l fh a carrying capac
ity of 8.000 tons and a hoeed of eleven knots
an hour. It is intend# cl to have a monthly
service between Volpt c aiso and Liverpool,
prolonging the voyage in case of necessity
.to Iqulque on arrival and to the ports of
Europe on the voyaj fl* there. The object
of this service is t< establish a line of
steamers under the c c ntrol of the govern
ment of Chill, offeri jig a cheap means of
transporting the mil iaral and agricultural
products of the coi intry. The steamers
will fly the ChiTgin flag. With the
object of inducing capitalists to take
shares in the com pa liy the government of
Chili agrees to grar, l a subsidy of $250,000,
payable every six months, this arrange
ment to last for It n years. The capital
will be $3,750,000, di fided into 37,600 shares
of SIOO each.
AVOfWH sal,! if nrniE days.
AT AUCTION 01.4 THE PREMISES
BEDROOM, DINING ROOM AND TAH
LOR F lIiRMTURE.
C. H. DOR SETT.', Auctioneer,
Will eell on THI TRSDAY, June 28, at 11
a. m.. at 104 ( )Klethorpe avenue, east,
next to the cor jer ot Drayton.
The entire con tents ot the residence,
consisting of El mmele 1 Beds, Oak Sets,
Dressing Cases, Matting, Bedding, Re
frigerator, Kan ge, Chairs, Hall Stand,
Sitlelioard, Dlnlt g Table and Chairs, and
sundry other ar holes of, furniture.
ROLLER TOP DESK, PHAETONS.
PUNCH DOWIL, BTC., AT AUCTION.
C. H. DO IIS El TANARUS, Auctioneer,
WILL SELL MONDAY, 25TH AT 11
A five-foot Rot'tor Top Desk, I.nrge Office
or Library Tht ,lt, Walnut SI lebourd,Mat
tresses. I,arge /*uneh Bowl, Cro k ry,
Glassware.Wtdj Uittnb:e Piazza Chair, large
Platform Seale *. ’Five Book Cases, An
tique Sofa, Bed Lounge, Oil Stove, Mir
rors, Tables, I ,‘qpoatis, Folding Wire Cota,
Knives and Fo *ks and sundry other ar
ticles; also tow Phaetons.
CONTENTS OF RESIDENCE
PARI.OH, CHA IfßEn, DINING ROOM
AN I> PIAZZA.
C. H. DORSET#.’, Auctioneer,
Will Sell on We-Itiesday, 27th Inst., at 512
Habersham, l it ar Gaston, the content*
of said reside n e. belonging to a fam
ily leaving th, , city:
Oak Hall Stsn ff, Slalr Carpets, Parlor
Furniture, Corner Table, Shades, Rugs,
Divan, Children’:! Chairs, Oak Sideboard.
Dining Table nr. and Chairs, Matting. Book
Shelves, Wire Whitlow Screens, Baby Car
riage. Japanese I 1 tzza Screens, Range,
Refrigerator, Cocili Ing Utensils, Walnut
anti Oak Sets, Wnl nut Wardrobe, Enamel
Beds, Rockers ant I sundry other article*.
Remarkable Values n Summer Clothing
u/^ ur cus^ mers rightfully expect our prices to be at all times the lowest possible for worthy Qualities.
We more than meet the expectation in the special offerings mentioned below:
IMF.N'S fIO.OO SERGE SUITS, in bln* I f w -- -“T 1 - I MEN'S 918.00 SERGE SUITS, off Hah
only, warrant.*.! fn.t color. The I \ . I bine. guaranteed ffaat color, Ukt
fabrlc i. llght-wroald atmo.t e 1... I H VStf %-hft ■I l-PO-tod ffabrlo, .*
AVI,., tailor-nmilr, neatly lined and 5 7^l I M | T th* ff.tnon. Clay Sergo.
nicely finished. I AM) I Full, half or quarter-lined wtfik
YOUNG MENS „o and ~2 I flf/M® 5 •>*. . merahnut-G-l.r
.nit.-uOAvS7.SOaadV9.OO. M.jV/ I-- flai.h.
BOAS' Sr, and *G Rlnn.e and Vr.tee dUf'i Wjs**** At DOe. bnihrlicmn .birta and
.n".-now *:t.7S nnd S4.GO. I ~ Oravrer., -hort or loa,
At 70e each, all our fI.OO qnnlity I A * l> each, m mnll lot lnit, nur
•oft omubrlc ablrts and draw era. In I ~,eerlaed silk ftlitrts and <lrnurs, fa>t
a tuyfret mace of deslgna. The un- H LV '1 color*, usual price 91.50 each,
dershirt buttons all the way down 1 ** )\V V/)\b A * madras pnjamaa, can*
like a coot. | j/ I '/jk / \ fortable and elegant these warns
Straw Hats for Men and Boys at Greatly Reduced Prices
I !UeTft-*s9lo Stripe Worsted Snip ST.RO. B B fr belt. n n nixes on band. Other MEN’S SUMMER SHIRTS. 1
| Men', IMS Fancy AA or.te.l Salt. m. | | klnda, 60c and „wrdn. | Now I. the time to buy-bot wentb-
I St, IP ' <l C “" !,,m< ' re So “" I BHUiC r IJLia.V~ r T~Tn—T r .hlrt., .t yl ea, price., ju.t rl.bL
Mm>m *l6 Flno Worsted Suit. sll.2fi. I |j ,f >' on "* nt <bo moat comfort.bl.
Mcn'n 922.00 Fancy Stripe Salt. B. j >' blrt lo the world *ct tho Star—only
$16.87. J;1/ < A ■ H . [ * old here—cheviot nnd pcrcolo and
Men’!, S2O Nobby Cheek Salt. 915. Elf/ | ‘‘j \l| madra, fI.BO to 9fi.00.
* IS WoPrtd Su " ,S ' s ®- BK; f XK If Yn svont the most lonnrton.,
Mn'drns Rnf.-wlnar Tlca-„lenty of BK | !! /jJJ tho*. 95 silk arc the thin*. And, by
pretty patterns to choose from- m\ || M the way, they've sold pretty test, for
Flowing-end Four-in-hands—a lo# ■ ' id B ,f yon want " ktnd of summer
of the SOc qnnlity in handsome I | I shirt, from to Qn, and a full mM.
l.oTidsinc checks and plaids, and Je*- <1 V-, PI B **>'*• worth—full and rnnninr orsr
per stripes, this season s best pat- H | fl * i< ‘ ro the l ,lnon to get both.
fl Iniported mndrns shirts, 93. Dash*
bOT6 3t 4 t)C each. fl Ahnnlntely fast color—Brown, Hcd, fl I‘ rench shirts, 92.50.
Blue and uiack, 25c and 50c pair.
on e P* a ' n
RESULTS ON THE, DIAMOND.
Rrooklru* AVon s They rienscd
From New York Team.
New York, June 23.—The Brooklyn's won
as they pleased from the New York’s to
day, the latter playing a poor fielding
game. Attendance 7,000. Score: R.H.E.
New York ..0 01000000—1 45
Brooklyn ...0 2 0 2 4 0 0 3 I—l 2 12 0
Batteries—Doheny and Bowerman; How
ell and McOtlire.
Plilloslclplila 141: Boston 4.
Boston, June 23,—Philadelphia won an
uninteresting game from Boston to-day by
bunching their hits with Boston's errors.
Attendance 6,500, Score: R.H.E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1— 4 10 7
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 1 2—lo 13 4
Battering—Cuppy, Nichols and Sullivan;
Frazer and McFarland.
Cincinnati Bent Chlengo.
Chicago, June 23,—Cincinnati a
pitchers' battle to-day. Both pitchers held
their opponents helpless during eight in
nings. Attendance, 4,1 t. Score: R.H.E.
Chicago .’.O 0300000 0-351
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 o—4 4 1
Batteries—Taylor and Nichols; Scott
Other Rn.elinll tinmen.
At Providence-Syracuse, 5; Provi
At Worcester—Worcester, 8; Roches
At Springfield—Springfield, 6; Mon
Second Game—Spring-field, 8; Montreal 0.
At HartfdtM—Toronto, 4; Hartford, 5.
At Chicago—Chicago. 3; Kansas City, 2
At Detroit—Detroit. 6; Indlanapclis, 0.
At Cleveland—Cleveland, 10; Buffalo, 1.
At Minneapolis—Mlnneepolls, 8: Milwau
The newe*t and most nutritious drink,
no alcohol nor drugs, simply a refresh
ing, nourhehing beverage, Ice cold by the
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY.
Prescriptions filled at any hour day or
night. The only live drug store In south
ern section of Savannah. ,
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY,
J. L ERANAN, Proprietor,
Comer Park avenue and Barnard St.
LAHtiU WAREHOUSE AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carrluge and
Wagon Ca As they will give up
business in the city on June j, l offer
It for rent from that date
Get some of those extra cuts at Joyce's.
Prime ribs of Beef. Ricefield Lamb, Spring
All kinds fruits and vegetables.
Fresh arrivals last night.
Phones 107. JA3. J. JOYCE.
Cleanest, qulest place In town Is Helm
ken'a Cafe. One block from De Soto.
Spring Chicken, Spring Lamb.
Spring Vegetables, Spring Fruits.
All fresh and fine.
Your choke when you order early.
M. S. GARDNER.
Pbonei 675, - '* Wayne and Whitaker.
“A SURE CURE.”
Have yon IndlaestlonT If yon
have vre will naarantee relief, anil
If our directions are followed, will
guarantee n cure or no pay. A.k
your druggist for a bottle of Stoat's
Vegetable Bitters at once. Why
suffer when yon enn get relleff
Sloat's Vegetable Bitters will
make your children strong and
Families supplied at manufacturers’
THE 3. W. BRANCH COMPANY.
GREENE A CO.,
Picture Frame Fnctory, Hoorn
Mouldings. Artist material.. Pho
tograph. enlarged. Wall paper.
Old .tuck sold cheap.
SAN FRANCISCO RISSTAITtANT,
114 Dray ton Street.
JOE CHANG, Proprietor.
Meals to order.
Popular price, 25 cents.
Open all honrs.
Wilson Whiskey *I.OO per bottle at
The Cabinet Beer drawn from the
wood. Drayton and Liberty sts.
The cheapest family ’beverage now on
the market; *1.20 per case, two dozen
pints. Sixty cents refunded for empties
JOHN LYONS A CO.
SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
Builders of Slarlne and Stationery Boilers,
will fumlah estimates on new work In
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engines and Bollera
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop
arly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turn the job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call al 32 Montgomery
street, and thay will make you an esti
mate on the coat of tha work. Prlco*
reasonable They .Ito track, move and
■tor. furniture and piano*.
>. C. H. MED LOCK. Bupt and Mgr.
lIYAN’S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS.
Stenography (Munson, Graham or Pit
man), Typewriting, English Branches,
Bookkeeping, Penmanship. The attention
of those desiring thorough and practical
preparation for business. Is called to the
exceptional advantages offered by this
college. Short, thorough, practical courses.
Latest and best methods. Each depart
ment undi r the irersonal supervision of
Ihe principal. Special attention given to
placing graduate*. Special night session
for those who are employed during the
day. Send for catalogue.
M. E. RYAN,
MALT MEAD. ; ' ’
A good thing to drink and cheap. Stock
always on hand to promptly fill family
orders; also ke cold by the bottle at any
time, 5 cents.
Telephone 638. i ; ; | Grocer.
For Ihe next sixty days at Mark Ap
ple's repository will be sold a full and
complete line of nil kinds of vehicles at a
reduced price. I ask the public to call and
Inspect my stock. I am the agent for
some of the highest grade Buggies, Car
riages, Phaetons, Stanhopes and Runa
bouts. Don't mins this opportunity, for
this Is no humbug. Also a full line of De
livery Wagons and Harness.
329 Broughton street, west.
lit Y ONLY THE BENT GINGER ALB.
Th# best Is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler A Cos.,
ot Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Croinac Bpiings of that city. Than*
springs are the property of Wheeler A
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland ha* thoee water* but
themselves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale I*
made from puts Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; one
is deleterious—the other Is a tonic.
For Healthfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale Is the best.
Bole Southern Agents, Savannah, Ga.
One of our clients has placed In our
hand* *25,999 lo loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
24 Proeident street, east.
By the American Bonding ami Trust Com
[iny of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation), all bonds In judicial proceeding*
In either the state or United State*
courts, and of administrator* and
HEARING A HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Bulk,lng.
I'AINTN AND HOUSE PAINTING.
We handle nothing but Ihe VERY
BEST grades of PAINTS and OILS, and
employ the very best painters to be had.
Allow u* lo make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Congress and Drayton.
TRY RED HEART.
It Is the beer to drink.
Ask for it and you will be delighted
By Jung Bre*w!ng Company. Branch,
Bull and River streets.
Wit M, BIueKEN, Manager.
The best Cream and Sherbet* to
day at *4^^
Send In your dinner order.
WHITAKE3R AND LIBERTY.
YOU'LL SAVE AND PROFIT
by the misfortune of others. We hava a
full Lea Top Buggy, rubber tired, used
three times, cost $145, for sale $96.
1 Pneumatic Tired Wire Wheels Ruti
aliout, one of the finest, cost $1(0, good as
new, for sl3).
2 second-hand Buggies, 1 open, 1 top,
for sale cheap for cash.
If you want bargains call early In the
week. We will sell to the first caller.
COHEN-ICUI.MAJN CARRIAGE AND
Broughton and Weat Broad streets.
HAMILTON'S IIYGIEA LUNCH PAR
(112 Bull Street, rear Adler’s.)
Order a dainty lunch, hot or cold, with
a perspiring boltle of delicious Malt Mead
as a chaser, and our bicycle squadron
serves you in five minutes if you can’t
get away from desk or counter.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO.
All kinds mattiesses made to order. Fins
curled hair and moss mattresses a special,
ty. Our medicated steam renovating pro
cess of hair, Gathers, moss, etc., is en
dorsed by our local physicians aa being the
best germ desticyer in use. Your old mat
tresses or feather beds made new at reas
onable prices. We carry a full linn of tick
ings. i nti, feathers and muss. Call and ln
spect our methods.
JAM. R. DOONER. Prop.,
Bell Phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
We buy and sell real estate, collect rents
and negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent.
Represent lha Travelers' Insurance Com
pany, accident and liability department*
Represent the New York Underwriters
Fire Insurance Ageney and the Phoenix
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
All business entrusted to us will be ap
preciated and will receive prompt and
No. 27 Bay, east. Telephones 345.
W. C. FRIPP & CO.
IE IT’* NICE, WE HAVE IT.
Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice, Lemon,
Raspberry, Orange and Pineapple Syrup.
Imported and Domestic Ginger Ale, Sar
saparilla and Club Soda.
lIARDEE & MARSHALL.
20 110 volt. Btrndard Dayton Fans, Id
stalled, at $22.35.
25 500 volt Standard Dayton Fana, In
stalled, at $28.50.
We have other makes equally as cheap.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO..
Phone 62. 112 Drayton street.
WHIN IN CHARLESTON,
If you want the best service and every
thing in keeping therewith, stop at
Charleston's leading Restaurant,
SHE PALACE CAFE, ’ .
*7B King stresL