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r HE VEHSAL STAKES.
v won n* Sliecpsliead by Sweet
Lavender, 7 to 1.
v York, July I.—Only one fixture, the
:ukes, was decided at Sheepshead
- lay, hut a hurdle race and a
up ~iso furnished good epoit.
'ace— Futurity course. Demurrer,
won. with Luke- VVurd, 8 to 1 and
second, and Browndale, 5 to 1,
.! 'l'ime 1:11.
lt.K-e—One mile, turf. Brigadier,
‘ pr non. with Montanic, 7to 2 and 4to
,t. and Vesuvian, 4 to 1, third.
"-jme 1:39 4-5.
i Race—One and one-quarter miles.
7 to 2. won, with Latson, 10 to
to 1. second, and Knight of the
I to 1. third. Time 2:09 0-5.
r . Race—The Vernal, live furlongs.
_ K .. lavender, 7 to 1. won, with Lady
. V illey, 12 to 1 and 3 to 1, second,
.izabeth M, 1 to 2, third. Time
l’iih Race—Hurdle handloup, two miles.
. e 8 to 5, won, with Hardy Pnr
- to 5 and 3 to 3. second, and Depe
t to 1 thitd. Time 3:52.
, Kao— Selling, six and a half fur-
Tourine. 3<> to 1. won. with Olea,
and 5 to 1. second, and Oread, 8 to
; i t I Time 1:20 3-5.
Knees nt Viewport.
i t.r'.tti, July 2.—Results at Newport:
Race—One mile, selling. Dram
-1,;,- to 1, won, with Blenheim, 10 to
~ and, and Zonne, S to 1, third. Time
- 1 Race—Five furlongs. Jim Nap,
~ t.i , won, with St. Dean. 18 to 5, sec
m i Quibo, 5 to 1, third. Time
: Race—One mile and an eighth,
Sarilla. 7 to 1, won, with King
! I. 7 to 1, second, and Orrisma, 7
third. Time 1:64*4.
. Rare—Handicap, six furlongs.
, 18 to 5, won. with Acushia, 10
on,l. and The Star of Bethlehem.
, third. Time 1:14.
ii Race—Five furlongs. Beau. 12 to
with Queen Carnival, 3 to 2. sec
, .1 i l Robert Morrison, 12 to 1, third.
Race—One mile, selling. Ennoml.t,
won. with Polly Bixhy. 7 to 1,
■ l, and Mtzzoura, 5 to 2, third. Time
PHILADELPHIA SHIT OPT.
Taylor, for Chicago, Held the Visi
tors to Three Hits,
i".;Dago. July 2.—Philadelphia suffered a
i; in to-day’s game. Taylor was
• : skill and held the visitors to throe
h ac red hits. Attendance, 2,000. Score:
C' to 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 x—l 8 1
l'tr.'adelphia ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 4
Batteries—Taylor and Donahue; Dono
h - . c l McFarland.
l'ittxbnrg, 2t Boston, 1. |
Pittsburg, July 2.—Leever pitched an
-ot:i.r gill-edged game, and Dlneen was
little behind him in effectiveness. At
' lance. 3,000. Score: R.H.E.
IV -burg 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 x—2 3 2
Bn.tot! 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—l 1 2
ictics—Leever and Zimmer; Dlneen
<'in, inn.-.ti. July 2. Carrick was hit
hut'll by the locals to-day and was poor
-- imported. Scott was Invincible until
1 team hod a safe lead. Attendance,
1 Score: R.H.E.
Cincinnati ...n 0 0 5 1 3 0 0 x—9 15 3
New York ...0 0000221 I—6 11 5
K•:'• ries—Scott and Peltz; Carrick and
Brooklyn, .Si St. I.onis, 2.
St. Louis, July 2.—lnability to hit How
'■l be.it, St. Louis to-day. Attendance,
1 Score: R.H.E.
Si. Louis ....o 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 o—2 11 2
Brooklyn ...0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4—B 14 1
: - it. ries -Powell and Robinson; Howell
Other Ball Games.
At Indianapolis—Cleveland, 7; Indian
ajol s. 5.
At Kansas City—Milwaukee. S; Kansas
At Buffalo—Buffalo, 12; Detroit. 3.
At Minneapolis—Chicago. 11; Minneapo
-1 s. 1
At Providence—Providence, 6; Worces
At Montreal—Syracuse 5; Montreal, 4.
cereal, 7: Syracuse, 5 (second game).
A Toronto—Toronto, 6; Rochester. 11.
Toronto, 4; Rochester. 2 (second game).
At Springfield Springfield, 3; Hart
f rii. 8.
M HEELER GOTTEN YEAR*. *
Judge Candler Commented I jinn
Eegftnren of the Case.
Atlanta, July 2.—lsaac Wheeler, who
r ■ convicted of voluntary manslaughter
ha Friday night, for the killing of John
1 Humbrick, was to-day sentenced by
2 1 andler to serve ten years In the
■) passing sentence Judge Candler said
is was the second case which had come
ir him in which there were two men
1 "i • vvomah. He said the worst fea
-1 e was that a |>olieeman had testified
id advised Hambrlck not to visit the
r om on Decatur street on the night of
shooting. The Judge said it was in
‘ that the policeman had known
> improper relations which for years
1 between Lorena Wheeler and
! men. but no effort had been made
Png the guilty parties to Justice.
REBELS GAIN SUCCESSES.
AetUe Fighting In Reported From
Kingston, Jamaica, July 2.—Further ad
s from Colombia say the rebel gen
tra', Comanoho, recently captured a gov
nent gunboat on the River Slnu. The
i- and crew were made prisoners. It
■ milled that SIO,OOO was found on board,
n government forces, June 23, attaek
nbels fifty miles from Panama,
former were defeated, losing 100 men
one gun and a number of pris
tifles and flags.
rebel general Porras has sent an
’am to the Governor of Panama,
y 1 ling the surrender of the place.
ultimatum expired June 30, but for
"> nsuls prevailed upon Porras to ex
-1 it until July 4. If the city Is not
1 talcred then, an assault upon it is
** Feted. 1
DICK At AY' ME CHOSEN.
Ill' May Fill the Vacancy on the Na
liunnl Itepnhllenn Committee
'(land, 0., July 2.—Chalrmon Hanna
iy received the letter written by
rgr B. Cox of Cincinnati, containing
1 nter’a resignation as a member of
National Republican Committee. Mr.
a stated that he had no doubt it
dd be accepted. Further than this the
-man declined to discuss the matter.
■ ins quite probnbleithnt Gen. Charles
' Pick will he chosen ko fill the vacancy.
Hereford's Acid Phosphate
Taken just before retiring quiets the
nerves, nourishes the tired and con
fused brain and Induces refreshing sleep
Genuine bear, name llonsrcsD’s on wrapper.
is unusual with “ Fivc-Cent cigar i
smokers, ' but it has been the every- |
day experience of hundreds of thou- <
sands of men who have smoked
Old V lrginia Cheroots
during the last thirty years, because ,
they are just as good now—in fact,
better than when they were first made.
Three hundred million Old Virgum Cheroots smoked this
yeir. Ask your own dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cents.
STRIKE DECLARED OFF.
Agreement Between the Company
nnd Strikers nt St. I.onis.
St. Louis, July 2.—An agreement be
tween tile St. Louis Transit Company
and its former employes was signed to
day, by representatives of the Transit
Company and by the Executive Commit
tee. and the strike was declared off. The
First. The provisions of the agreement
cf March 10, 1900, as to rales of pay and
hours of service will be continued in
force by the company.
Second. Every emoloye of the compa
ny to be free to jo n or not to Join any
organization and no discrimination to
be made for or against him because of
the manner in which he exercises h s
Third. Any attempt on the part of any
employe to induce another employe by
intimidation or threats to Join or not to
join any union shall be cause for the Im
mediate discharge of the person guilty of
Fourth. Any attempt to influence any
employes by an official of the company to
join or not to join any union shall be
cause for discharge of such official.
Fifth. The company will meet any em
ploye or committee of employes, whether
representing themselves, other employes,
or an association of employes, regarding .
any matter of mutual interest.
Sixth. For the purpose of filling vacan
cies which may now exist or hereafter
arise, the Committee of Former Employes,
of which T. B. Edwards is chairman, shall
prepare a list of (lie men who were in
the company's service on May 7 last, and
as the company now or hereafter ne ds
additional men it will select them exclu
sively Rom this list until it is exhausted,
not interfering, however, with men now
in the service. No person shall be eligi
ble to this list who has been guilty of any
acts of lawlessness or violence.
July 2, 1000. (Signed)
St. Louis Transit Company,
By Edward S. Whitaker, President.
T. B. Edwards,
Chairman of Committee.
The strike is hereby declared off.
T. B. Edwards,
Chairman of Committee.
And HIIMKHMIOO Gallons of Muter
Flooded it Peopled District.
Grand Rapids, Mich., July 2.—The big
reservoir of the'eity water works system,
located in an elevated situation in the
hilly district in the northern part of the
city, burst at 5 o'clock this morning. More
than 100.000.000 gallons of water were let
loose and rushed down through the valley
adjacent, flooding an area peopled by
about 9,000 persons.
Many dwellings were washed away, oth
ers were badly damaged, and all those
within a district three blocks square, were
either wholly or partly filled with sand.
Broken buildings, furniture and utensils
and ruined effects of ail kinds added to
the hopeless aspect of the scene. None of
the buildings damaged were of costly char
acter. as they were for the most part
homes of workingmen. There were no
The tracks of the Detroit, Grand Haven
and Milwaukee Railroad, a short distance
north of the reservoir, were undermined,
and trains on that road were obliged to
make a detour via other roads. The dam
age amounted to $200,000.
POSITION NOT DANGEROUS.
Admiral WenipfT So Wire* About the
Washington, July 2.-The following ca
blegram has been received at the Navy
Department from Admiral Kempff:
“Che Foo, July 1, 1900.—Secretary of the
Navy. Washington: Oregon has run
aground. She is not in a dangerous posi
tion; about 38 degrees north latitude. 20
degrees, 40 minutes east longitude. Have
sent to her assistance three naval ves
sels. It is reported that there is whiter
in one compartment. The commander of
the Oregon did not request assistance, a
Japanese man-of-war having boarded
Transit Company (
New York. July 2.-The trial of the men
accused of conspiracy in publishing re
ports calculated to depress the stock cf
*he Brooklyn Transit Company was con
cluded this afternoon.
Verdicts of guilty were returned against
Goslln. Parker and Davis. Bogert was
found not guilty In accordance with the
instructions of the court.
Declared n Dividend.
New York. July 2.-The directors of the
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Com
panv huvo declared a dividend of 2 per
cent dn Its common stock, making 4 per
cent .for the last six months, and also a
dividend of 2 per cent, on Its preferred
Joseph Wylie Dead.
Charleston, S. C„ July 2.-Joseph Wylie,
a prominent and wealthy citizen of Ches
ter Sc., died to-dtiy. aged 77. He en
dowed Ersklno Theological Seminary, gave
a park to Chester arid made oher mu
nificent gifts during his life to public awl
Consul Cobh Is Dead.
Kingston, Jamaica. July 2,-Perni dous
fever Is prevailing on the Isthmus of Pan
ama. among the victims repot led being
Fulled Slates Consul Cobb and the prtmn
donna of an Italian opera company,
plague al Itlo Janeiro.
Rio Janeiro, July 2.-The total number
of bulKinic plague cases reported since
Jan. 1 Is 224. The fatal cases number 99.
Postmaster iH Arcadia.
Washington, July 2.-The President has
appointed Daniel T. Carlton postmaster
at Acadia. Fla.
—The charities of the late Mrs. Glad
stone were many and notable and took her
Into Parliament sponsor for the home
less poor ad. The cholera epidemic In
London brought out Mrs. Gladstone s self
forgetting pity and compassion Its heroic
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. JULY 3. 1900,
OVATION FOR ROOSEVELT.
Bl* Sntri Democracy Should \ot Give
I I the Sliver Plank.
Topeko, Kan.. July 2. As Gov. Roose
velt swept across the Sunflower state to
day he was greeted by a continuous and
hearty ovation. Th£ stops between Kan
sas City and Topeka were very brief, and
the Governor refrained from any ex
At every point the crowd* were clamor
ous for a speech, hut were compelled to
be satisfied with a bow and a smile, and a
brief expression of the Governor’s pleas
ure at meeting them. With as many as
could be reached, he invariably shook
hands. The applause was without limit,
and it appeared to come from people of
all degrees of politics; It was not so much
for Roosevelt as a candidate for Vice
President as for “Teddy,” the Rough Rider
and the man.
The Governor made speeches at Law
rence, Topeko, Osage City, Emporia. Flor
ence, Newton' ami Wichita. In Kansas
City, the instant the train stopped, a rush
was made for the platform to shake Gov.
Roosevelt's hand, and it took the united
efforts of a score of policemen to keep
the crowd from degenerating into a mob.
Several members of the Rough Rider
regiment, attired in khaki, were among
'hose at the station, and to them the Gov
ernor gave an especially cordial greeting.
The crush about the car was terrible and
s veral women fainted in the crowd.
Just before the train carrying Gov.
Rocs?ve!t and his party reached Kansas
City the Governor met and exchanged
pleasantries with Congressman John
I.entz of Columbus. 0.. who was journey
ing to the Kansas City convention on the
sam* train. The New York Governor and
Ihe Ohio Congressman greeted each ether
very cordially and. in the course of a
h: ief conversation, Gov. Roosevelt stated
it as his opinion That it would be impoli
tic for the Democratic convention to
weaken on the silver question. “The peo
ple do not like a quitter," was the way
tFe Governor expres-ed it. Mr. L ntz
conceded that it would weaken the na-ty
to take any backwa:d step on silver.
The crowd which greeted Gov. Roose
velt at Wichita this afternoon broke the
record of his trip so far in point of num
bers and enthusiasm. Probably 10,000 peo
ple surged about the station, eajJer for a
glimpse of the famous Rough Rider. He
was presented to the crowd by Mayor Ross
Gov. Roo-evelt referred to the grounding
of the battleship Oregon. “All over the
nation,” said he, “we are watching to
see if the Oregon shall get off the rocks.”
”We have got to do a part of the world’s
work,” he concluded, “work that can be
done only by the great word power, and
this young giant of the West is not going
to stand and cringe as it looks at the con
test. Where the flag has been set up,
there the flag shall stay unil a system of
law and order is established.”
THE V. 41. I. COMMENCEMENT.
lieann Ye.tfrdar Y\ l(h Very A.trne
tire Excri'i. •.
Lexington, Ya., July 2.—To-day ushered
ir. the beginning of the sixtieth annual
commencement of the Virginia Military
Institute. Morning parade and guard
mounting, a salute to the Board of Vis
itors and exhibition drills formed the day’s
exerices and attracted large crowds.
The Virginia Military Institute now has
among the United States army officers
eighty-four of her graduates. At the
school this season there are 240 cadets rep
resenting twenty-six states, and the grad
uating class numbers twenty-six. from
The social feature was the final graduat
ing german to-night in the Gymnasium
Hall, under the Jackson Memorial Hall,
where there was dancing over 100 couples
participating. Cadet C. H. Minge, Jr., of
New Orleans, with Miss Daisy Chamber
laine of Richmond led the german.
The four captains—C. Rice of Hazel
Spring, Va.; Earl Biscoe of Washington,
D. C.; C. H. Minge, Jr., of New Orleans,
and W. B. Montgomery of Lynchburg,
Va., were presented handsome United
States army regulation dress swords by
their respective companies, and Cadet
Adjutant J. W. Hyatt of Jonesvilie, Va..
a sword by the cadet corps.
BALDWIN’S BODY FOUND.
It Had Floated Half n Mile Dona
Cairo, Ga.. July 2,-The body of Mr.
Sum M. Baldwin, who was drowned in
the Oehloeknee river yesterday morning
at 8:30 o'clock, was found tills afternoon
at 3 o'clock about half a mile down the
liver from where he was drowned. When
found, a foot was caught over a root and
the body was standing straight up with
head drooped a little to Ihe front near
the top of the water.
Many friends have worked faithfully
since he was drowned in search for the
body. The river being very full, and the
current very swift, it was very difficult
to find the body. The remains were em
balmed and shipped on the midnight
train, accompanied by J. G. Patterson, to
Whlteville, N. C., the home of the young
man's parents, for Interment.
ABANDONED THEIR CROPS.
gome Coffee County Farmers Found
It I nnvoidable.
Douglas, Ga , July 2.—The Incessant
rains have caused some of Coffee
county's farmoi* in the southeast
portion, where the land is low and
level, to abandon their crops. There ,s
no possible chance, if the rains were now
to let up, to make more than a half crop
of cotton. Corn Is doing wed.
The Democratic mammoetlng to elect a
ip w Executive Committee, lias been post
poned until July 2u.
Cadet Hamilton, a son of Bishop Ham
ilton of Ottawa, who was graduated from
Ihe Royal .Military College of Kingston,
Ontario, on Monday, has received a com
mission in the Royal Artillery and will
i atari for China at onf
Mr. Ed. Elkan of Atlanta la at the
Mr. Ben J. Smith of Atlanta Is at the
Mrs. M. Proctor of Olaxton is registered
at the Pulaski.
Miss Boyt of Fernandina is the guest
of the De Soto.
Mr. H. S. Leete of Atlanta was at the
Dc Soto yesterday.
Mr. J. H. H'rsch of Atlanta'spent yes
terday in the city.
Mr. James Council of Higgston Is ihe
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. J. H. Johnson of Postal is the
guest of Ihe Pulaski.
Dr. I). W. McMillan of Pensacola is the
guest of the De Soio.
Mrs. Joseph Hull left for Columbus yes
terdoy, via the Central.
Mr. G. J.'Baldwin left for Atlanta yes
terday. via the Central.
Mr. George W. Macon of Macon Is reg
istered ot the Pulaski.
Mr. Charles A. Maxwell of Augusta is
the guest cf the Screven.
-Miss Spence of Camilla was registered
at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Grundel loft for Asheville
yesterday via the Southern.
•Mrs. W. C. Austin left for Asheville
yesterday, via Southern.
Mr. George R. Beasley of Brag register
ed at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. J. M. Young sailed for New Y’ork
ins* night on the Tallahassee.
Mr. S. Alexander sailed for New York
yesterday on the Tallahassee.
Mr. T. A. Ansley of Iron City was the
guest of the De Soto yesterday.
Mrs. Vincent of Guyton was among the
guests of the Screven yesterday.
Miss Collins of Flint was in the city yes
terday and stayed at the Pulaski.
Mr. A. A. Solomons left for Henderson
ville yesterday, via the Southern.
Mrs. Mary Morey of Rluffton was among
yesterday s arrivals al the Screven.
Miss L. Collins of Brunswick was among
the guests of the Pulaski yesterday.
Miss E. Burgheim left yesterday via the
Seaboard Air Line for New Orleans.
Miss Martin of Sandersville was among
the arrivals at the Pulaski yesterday.
Capt. J. R. F. Tattnall left for Char
lotteville yesterday, via the Southern.
Mrs. Will Brlnberry of Baconton was
among yesterday's arrivals at the Pulaski.
Mr. M. S. Byclc nnd son left yesterday
for three weeks at Suwannee Springs. Fla.
Mr. Allan Sweat left yesterday for a
business trip through Southwest Geor
Mrs. William Bear will leave over the
Seaboard Air Line to-day for Charlotte
Mr. C. C. McCabe of Fernandina was
among yesterday's arrivals at Ihe De
Mr. R. K, Warrington left via the Sea
board Air Line yesterday for San Fran
Mrs. K. M. Wilson will leave for Pat
terson, La., to-day viar the Seaboard Air
Cap:. A F. Marmelstein will leave to
day for New Y’ork, to be absent some
Mr. C. C. Yonge of Pensacola was in
the city yesterday, a guest of the
Mrs. A. L. Council and children of
Higgston were yesterday registered at the
Mr. W. F. Constantine, who has spent
several weeks at White Springs, has re
turned to the city.
Mr. H. B Morenu® of the Cable Piano
Company, Atlanta, was among the guests
of the De Soto yesterday.
Mrs. Annie Claghorn and Master Gould
Hunter will leave for Pensacola to-day
via the Seaboard Air Line.
Mr. F. D. Bloodworth was among the
passengers of the Tallahassee, which sail
ed yesterday for New York.
Mrs. H. A. McEaehem and Miss Edna
McEachern of Guyton were among the
guests of the Screven yesterday.
Miss Pearl Rubensteln of Charleston,
S. C., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Joel
of No. 307 Broughton street, west.
Misses Pauline and May Sterling Wll
son left yesterday to visit the country
place of Mr. Wilson, at Oaky, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Callahan, and the
Mieses Mamie, and Willie May Callahan
of Bainbridge, are the guests of the De
Mrs. Frank L. Pickering will sail on
the Kansas City Saturday for New York,
whence she will go to Bayonne, N. J., to
spend the rummer with her sister Mrs.
Mrs. W. A. Charters of Dahlonega, ac
companied by her children, Isabelle and
Mns<er George Price Charters, Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. W. S. Wilson, No 207
Henry street, east.
Prof. J. M. Young, professor in the
department of physics and applied elec
tricity in the Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical College. Lake OMy, passed
through the city, en route to New'York by
Mr. Joseph Herschbach will leave this
week en route for Germany. He expects
to be absent about three months, and
will visit the Paris Exposition. Mr.
Herschbach will also consult some of the
celebrated German specialists in the hope
of benefiting his eyesight, which has been
troubling him a good deal of late.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Estill, Jr., lof< for
Hendersonville. N. C.. by the Southern
Railway last night. Mr. Estll! has been
In ill health ever since he returned from
Cuba, where he served as first lieutenant
in the Third Regiment, U. 8. V., (Im
mune®), and Is taking an extended va
cation In the hope that <he change will
restore him to health.
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etc.
Bay STREET, West.
T clepbone SSS.
JOHN C. BUTLER,
Pslnts, Oils and Glass, sash, Doors, Blinds,
•nd Builders' Supplies, Flaln and Decors,
tlve Wall Paper, Foreign and DotnaaCM
Cemente, Lime. Plaeter and Hair. Sow
Agent for Ahestlne Cold Water Paint.
20 Congress street, west, and It 8L Julian
' A PERMANENT CURE
of the meet obstinate cases of Gonorrhea
and Gleet, guaranteed In from 8 to S
days ; no offier treatment required,
gold by all drnggtste.
m Morphine and Whlakey hab
it* treated without pair or
eonflnemrnt. Cure guaran
teed or no pay. B H. VKAL,
Man'gr Lifhia Spring* ban
barium. Boa $. Austell, Ga.
OLD NEWSPAPER* 100 for S cast* O*
.Business Office Homing Neva,
for Infants and Children.
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It.
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. It destroys Worms ami allays Feverishness.
It cures Diarrhea ami Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
ing' Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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This Store Remains Closed on Wednesday, July 4th.
Goods Lower Than Ever,
Odds and Ends from Our Great Stock-Taking Sale
Will be Sacrificed This Week ! The Reductions Are
Positive and Will Please the Closest Buyers.
It Pays to Trade ot Eckstein's
10 cts Dress Ginghams, New Styles 6'* els
10 els Yard-wide Percales, New Stripes ets
Cambric Linings, Short Lengths, Only 3 1 / els
Spun Glass Linings, “The 25 cts Quality” 15 cts
One Dollar Dress Goods, “A Fine Lot” 50 cts
85 cts Taffeta Silks, in Short Lengths 59 cts
Printed China Silks, “Blues" and Others 49 cts
Hemstitched Sheets, some with three rows SI.OO
Full Size Bleached Sheets, No Starch 50 cts
A Few More of Those Printed Dimities 5 cts
New Lawns and Piques 10 Cts
Genuine Imported “Irish Linen Lawns” al 19 cts
Genuine Imported "Fine Irish Dimities" at 19 cts
Genuine Imported “Best Scotch Ginghams” at 19 cts
Genuine Imported “White Batiste Mulls" at 19 cts
Genuine Imported 25 cts “India Linons” at 19 cts
40 cts Finest Embroideries, “Best Ever Sold," at.. .19 cts
50 cts Ladles’ Laundered Shirt Waists at 29 cts
Men’s Stylish Laundered Summer Shirts at 39 cts
75 cts Genuine Black Pure China Silks at 49 cts
SI.OO Black and Colored Serges, 54 inches, at 59 cts
$5 Ladies' Silk Waists $3,50
Indigo Blue, Silver Grey and Fancy Calicoes at 5c
Yard-wide Bleachings and Sea Islands at 5c
Sheer White Lawn and Nainsook Checks at 5c
Men’s and Ladies’ Handkerchiefs, "a Gift" it.. 3c
$1.50 Linen and Other Washable Skirts at 88c
$2.00 Stylish, Clean, White Shirt Waists at SI.OO
$2.50 White and Fancy Fine Silk Parasols at $1.50
Applique Skirls, Latest Fashionable Style, al $5.00
50 cts Towels, Damask, Huck, Turkish, at 25c
$2.00 High Class Black Dress Silks and Satins at 51.25
Bargains in Laces, All Overs, Puffings, Tuckings.
No Disappointment! Every Item as Advertised !
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO.
point on the 'enr-
We have put on sale all remnant*, and will sell same at less than coat for
cash only. Our regular line has .use had 200 rolls added to It.
Awnings and Mosquito Nets
Should be what you want Just now.
Iron Beds and Perfection Mattresses
Are a great specialty with us.
Read’s Odorless Refrigerators
Art what the name Implies. The only one that you can get a written
fjuarantee with. ,
Baby Carriages and Go-Carts
In a very large variety, $4.00 and up.
The Puritan Blue Flame Stove,
As odvertlsed by the Standard Oil Company, is on sale al our store, and it
Is a dandy. Come and see it and you will buy it.
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hi Eiars Chemioh Go. *nt poiaoaoui.
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VA I bf xpr*aa. irppirt, £ 0
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Ud. WEED *t CO
Leather Belting, Steam Packing & Rose.
Agents for NEW YORK RUBBER
BELTING AND PACKING COMPANY.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
1342 Vermont ave. and lowa Circle.
Washington. D. C.
Boarding School for young ladies. Send
for catalogue. Miss Mary Davenport
Chenoweth, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Bloan.
Up To Date Druggist,
Phone 07S. Liberty nnd Price.
Oct onr prices nnd we rrlll get
I’ETITION FOR I.\C ORPOHATIO*.
STATE OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM
COUNTY —To the Superior Court of *al-i
county: The petition of OHcar S. Kulman.
Herman Myers, J. J. Dale. J. H. Kutlll
J. I*. Williams l , and Samuel Meinhard
of said *tatf anti county, whowe:
1. Thnt they de*lre for themselves, anrt
uuch other persons qm may be apjsoclatewi
with them, to be Incorporated, under the
corporate name and style of, “ANTISEP
TIC BROOM COMPANY.”
2. That the objects of their association,
and the particular business they propose
to carry on under said oor|>orate name,
are as follows:
(a). To do a general business In tlie
manufacture and sale of any or all ar
ticles whatsoever, and especially of
brooms, brushes and artlel of that char
tM. To buy and sell property of every
kind, and to receive and’ sell the same on
t<>. To carry on the bUßlneis of Reneral
merchandising-, or dealing in any anu nil
articles cf merchandise, wholesale. Jort
bin# and retail; also a general warehouse,
commission, brokerage and factorage busi
(di. To subscribe for. purchase, receive,
hold, sell or dispose of the Htock. bonds
or obligations of other corporations, do
metric or foreign.
(e) To purchase and own. lease or rent,
anywhere within the limit* of *ho srata
of Georgia, or elsewhere. lands, wharves,
factories, buildings, franchisee, machin
ery. patents, patent-rights, copyrights,
trade marks, and all right* and privileges
thereunder, and other real or personal
property, of any and all kinds whatso
ever. necessmv or convenient for said
business, and to sell, mortgage, sub le.
assign, pledge, convey, or dispose of the
same nt will, and to re-invest at pleasure.
(f) To have agencies, and 10 employ
agents, establish factories, warehouses
ami branch offices, at ny ppintw in the
United States, or elsewhere, as may he
requisite or necessary for the carrying
on of said business, nnd furthering the
ends of said corporation.
tg). To do and perform all act* whatso
ever, neceseery and properly for conduct
ing said business.
?>. That the place of doing business of
!-ald company will be Chatham countv,
Georgia; said company having the righf,
however, to do business at uch other
pla-’es, within or without the state of
Georgia, ns its board of directors may,
from time to tlm<\ determine.
4 That the amount of capital stock to
be employed by said corporation, actually
to be paid In. will be the sum of forty
thousand ($40.0004 dollars, divided Into
shares of one hundred ($100) dollars each;
►aid company to have the privilege of
Increasing said caplin! stock by action
taken at stockholders’ meeting* from time
to time. *o a sum not exceeding two hun
dred and fifty thousand ($250,000) dollar*,
and to similarly decrease the same from
time to time, to any sum not less than
forty thousand ($40,000) dollars.
6. In addition to the foregoing, peti
tioners ask that said company shall b®
empowered as follows:
To Issue Us capital stock In the shape
of common and preferred, giving to such
preferred stock, priority over common In
the distribution of profits, and in the dis
tribution of assets in the case of dissolu
tion qr winding up of said corporation, the
Issuance of such preferred stock to be in
such manner, tt|on such terms, and with
such powers and privileges, as may be
prescribed by a stockholders' meeting, on
in by-laws, to accept and receive lands,
personalty, and chose* In action, or ser
vices in payment of subscrlpllons to cap
ital stock, common or preferred, or both,
a* such valuation, oj- amount, as may be
agreed upon; to make contract* of any
kind, whatsoever. In the furtherance of
Us business; to make by-laws, not incon
sistent with the laws of the land; to have
a corporate seal; to borrow money and
secure the some by collaterals, personal
security, deeds of trust, or mortgages,
to and upon all its property, or fran
chises, or otherwise, and to issue notes,
honds debentures, or other obligations
therefor; to dissolve said corporation,
and wind up its business at any time,
on vote of stockholder owning or bolding
not less than two-thirds (%) of all the
capital stock, common and preferred, at
a meeting of stockholders called for that
purpose, written notice of which shall
be mailed to each stockholder at lea-t
twenty (20) day* prior to such meeting;
and generally, to have, enjoy, and exer
cise all Ihe powers and privileges, Inci
dent to corporations under the laws of
6. Stockholders, who have paid their
stock subscriptions In full, to he In no
wise liable for the debts of the corpora
Wherefore, petitioner* pray that they
and their associates, may be Incorporated
for Ihe purposes aforesaid, under eatd
corporate name, with all the powers afore
said. for the term of twenty (20) year*,
with the privilege of renewal, at the expi
ration of said time.
GARRARD & \1 HDD RIM,
Attorneys for Petitioner*.
Original filed in office of the clerk of
the Superior Court of Chatham county,
Georgia, thl* 11th dav of June, 1900
JAMES E. MURPHY,
Deputy Clerk S. C., C. C., G.
STATE OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM
COUNTY —To the Superior Court of Said
Coumy: The petition of Joseph L. Wha
ley and Raymond B. HnrrlH, both of said
county and state, respectfully shows:
1. That they desire for themselves anti
such other persons as may be associated
with them and their successor* to be In
corporated under the corporate name of
THE REAL, ESTATE COMPANY OF
2. That the object of said corporation
is pecuniary gain to Its stockholders.
3. That the particular business in which
they desire and purpose to engage is tha
buying, selling and renting of real es
tate for other persons upon commissions
or other consideration; the buying, sell
ing and renting of real estate for and
on account of sale, corporation a* the
owner thereof; the buying and selling for
and on account of said corporation, or
other persons, of timber and tim
ber lands, mining lands, and all other
properties. real and personal, nnd
the promotion of enterprises In the state
of Georgia, or elsewhere in the United
4. That the principal office, or place of
business, of said corporation will be In
the county of Chatham and state of
Georgia, but your petitioners desire the
right to establish and operate branch of
fices, or agencies, of said corporation
wherever they shall see fit to do so In
the United States of America.
5. That the capital stock of said cor
poration Is the sum of one thousand dol
lars, divided into ten (10) shares of one
hundred dollars each, ten percentum of
which Is actually nald In, but your peti
tioners desire the privilege of increasing
said capital stock to an amount not ex
ceeding fifty thousand ($50,009,00) dollars
at such times and in such manner as
may be prescribed by the by-laws of ssld
corporation, and to decrease ihe same in
like manner, but not below the original
amount of one thousand dollars.
0 That your petitioners desire for ssld
corporation the power to enact by-laws
for Its government; to borrow money and
secure the same by deed, mortgage,
pledge of collaterals, or otherwise, and
to lend money for Itself, or other per
sons, upon such security and In such
manner as It may see lit; to employ auc
tioneers, engineers, surveyors, brokers,
agents, attorneys and employes of every
kind, and to establish nnd maintain
agencies In Chatham county and other
places In Georgia, or elsewhere, and gen
erally to do whatever may be needful and
necessary In the furtherance of said busi
ness not Inconsistent with the laws of
the land and the by-laws of said corpora
7. Wherefore your petitioners pray an
order incorporating said The Real Estate
Company of Savannah for the term of
twenty years, with privilege of renewal
at the end of that time, with al' of the
right*, powers and privileges aforesnid.
nnd as are prescribed by the laws of
Georgia In such case made and provided.
A. C. WRIGHT,
Attorney for Petitioners.
Filed In the clerk's oliloe of the Su
perior Court of Chatham county, this ttb
day of June a. D.. 1900.
JAMES K. P. CARR,
•tterk 8. P., C. C., fia, I