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y* tall Mill' A LIVING CIIHIftT.
Ilrv. W. K. AAaitkin*' krrmon at the
1 lirasllaaai 1 hnri'li.
• Tho Living Jnut" wai the subject of
Rev. W. F. Watkins' sermon yesterday
rnrnlng < the Christian Church. Chrls
ti.n* worship a living, not a dead Jesus,
he said, and cited many passages from
the Bible to substantiate and Illustrate
I Is views. For his text, Dr. Watkins took
Rev* aiiotis ti l*. "I. Jesus”
This.” the preacher sold. "Is a short,
l ut sweet and suggestive teat, just two
voids. 'I. Jesus.’ Link It Into another
scripture gem. 'This same Jesus.' He had
. '•pped Into a chariot of cloud, and been
swept out of view His disciples stood
straining their eye* lo catch one more
glmpse of Hi* vanishing form. Whither
had He gone? Was He lost In the cloud*?
Angels sent to cheer their des-mndlng
hearts say. 'He Is In Heaven, and that In
due time Hr will c* me again.
' Let us call three witnesses who shall
i-onflim the angels' leaching. The drsl
witness I* Stephen, the flrsi Christian
martyr In Acts 7;55-69. Is the account of
his tragic, yet glorious end. He saw 'the
heaven* opened, and Jesus standing at
the right hand of Ood ' TM* was not an
optical Illusion, a phantasy of the brain.
Nq, It was the vision of faith: he was
tilled with the spirit and his emancipated
soul leaped from It* battered house of
. ay to the embrace of hla Lord. Stephen
tells us Jesus Is alive.
The second witness I* Bml of Tarsus
On hi* way lo lNimascus. a very wolf of
hell about tp spring on the few defense.
|ese sheep of Christ, there he was smitten
to ihe ground hy a light brighter than the
nonday sun, and a voice from beyond the
home of the thunder pierced hi* very
heart: 'Why persecutes! thou Me?' And
to til* trembling Inquiry. 'Who art thou.
Lord?* came the response: 'I am Jeaus"
Who was this Saul? According to the
story of Stephen* martyrdom, there
was a young man stapdlng by. holding
the clothes of Stephen's murderer*. He
was an accessory to the crime. As
Stephen fell asleep upon hi* bed of stone*
hi* dying eye rested for a moment on tht*
young man. and he breathed the prayer
"Lotd. lay not this sin to their charge ”
It was the last arrow In the quiver, and
it went straight to the mark! Sea-ce
had Stephen's first song of praise died
away before the throne, when an angel
was sent to tell the surprising news con
cerning that very same young n*m
"Behold, he prayeth!” Who will dare
deny Augustine* saying. "The church
owe* Paul to Stephen's prayer!” Surely
It was one link In the chain of Ood * pur
poses. Parent*. pray on! Now Paul
testifies that Jesus is alive. He saw Hl*
glory and heard hi* voice.
"Our third witness la John the Evan
gelist. Thirty more years have passed,
ihe 'beloved disciple' ha* been banished
to Patmos Persecution 1* a gun that
alwals recoil*. Here In a solitude broken
only by the *|.ls*h of ths wave* upon
the rocky shore, or the scream* of the
wild sea bird*, were recalled vision* that
sustained the lonely exile, and have
thrilled the heart* of successive genera
tions of believer*. John saw Jesus, who
said: ‘I am He that was dead, and be
bold. 1 am alive forevermore!'
"So then angel*. Stephen. Paul. John, ell
tell u* that Jeau* live*! Wedo not worship
a dead Christ. Our* I* a living saviour
Alive to-day. a# He was here on the
earth. The life of Jeaus I* different from
the life of anv of the person In history.
Caesar was Christ Is! It Is a reat de
feet in our study of the life of Christ to
• onslder Him In but a single chapter of
Hl* life and work. A* we *tu<ly Him his
torically. let us commence with Him per
sonally. ottering tlje prayer.
” 'For Jesus make thyself to me
A living light reality.'
"Hla name la Jesus still. He Is not
a■ hamed of His okl human name that tvas
eclated With Bethlehem and Calvary.
V metlmes people who get up In the world
are ashamed of. find repudiate former as
sociate*. They seek to conceal their hum
ble origin. Not ro with Jesus. That le
the name which Is to be ahove every
rams. 'Sweetest name on mortal tongue,
sweetest note |n angel's song.”
l-et It be shrined In our deepest
memories, and woven tn our highest
So I strike to-day anew the key-note of
mv ministry. 1 would present Jesus—the
tinner's Savior—the sinner's friend Be
this my theme:
" Happy II wIH my latest braath.
t may but gasp Hl* name.
Preach Him to all; amd cry In death,
Behold! behold! the Lamb.' ”
Dt LL WEEK IN THE COURTS.
Tha* May Ir Urrard b> fhe Assign
ment of Criminal ('•.
This bid* fair to br • dull week in thr
courts, nlthouirh there I* a possibility that
with thr rrturn of Solicitor General Os
borne from the North eome of the crlmi
nit cases now on the docket will be as
signed for trial before Saturday.
Mr. Osborne Is expected back during the
week. Among the Important eases In
w hich the .lefendanla have not been tried
though they have been Indicted. Is that
of Joe Lloyd. who was Indleled with Sea
born Hayes for the murder of Motorman
Lucius B. Varnadoe. The third man in
dicted. James B’.lge. has never been ar
rested. Edward Gardner and Josh Butler
have both been Indicted for being acces
orlea after the commission of the crime.
In shleldng Hayes from arrest.
nUIB WEIT or THE CITY.
Supposed to Re r Hay Stack on Ex
Shortly after 1 o'clock this morning
flames were seen to the west of the city,
probably a mil* or a mile and a half be
yond the limits. They attracted the at
tention of the yardmaster of the Central
road who Investigated the matter as far
at. possible but although he went os far
as the house of Mr. M. U Kxtey on the
Bay Bireet Extension he could not dls
iover what woe afire. To all appearances,
however, le was a lot of hay which had
teen stacked In a Held across the K C.
and p. track. The fire lasted considerable
time and attracted the ottentlon of th
watchmen lit the western part of the city.
WEATHER STILE WARM.
Yesterday's tlailnom SH Degrees,
Equal to the Highest Point Yef
Savannah's temperature yesterday
equalled the highest that has yet been
r-alstered this month, that Is the maxi
mum, which was S.H degrees. The mini
mum. 71 degrees, was one degree lower
than thot of the prevloue <lay giving a
mean temperature halt a degree lower
lhan that of ftaiurday.
The forecast for to-dsy and to-morrow
ts fair and continued warm weather with
light winds mostly east to south.
The weather bureau received no reports
yesterday from the storm stricken dis
—The Pace.—" Misfortune always trav
els fast." "That's right; the more rapid
1 " pace a fellow goes the quicker it over
>Ke* him."—Philadelphia Record.
should not b* confounded with other so
called malt products some breweries put
out It ts rot keel sim] "burnt sugar."
Nee that the name Anheurer-Husrh Brew
ing Ass n is on each bottle. Sold by all
An Early Starter
21 Styles of Suits at $5.50
19 Styles of Suits at $7.50
for early fall. Heavy enough to
wear until the first of next year.
See our west window. Biggest
value ever offered to the public.
B.H.Levy & Bro.
I'llLlt KMAA C'AttiHT A TART AID
Adam Heed, Colored, Cat "Pinck
ney" nnd Damped.
A desperate encounter took placa late
Saturday nigh* between a colored would
be-murderer. who was resisting arrest,
and Patrolman Stafford.
Adam Reed, nllas "Kill Time." also lo
cally known as "Darling." was the negro.
In n quarrel with another negro, Pinck
ney, he had dealt him a vicious slash
with a knife, making a wound acres* his
breast several Inch** long. This affair
occurred near the Tybee depot, and Reed
then went a little further along lo about
the foot of Perry street lane,where he was
found laier engaged in plajlng craps by
moonlight. Patrolman Stafford had lo
cated his man and was on hts way up the
street to secure assistance when he was
met by two colored friend* of the negro
that had been cut. They related the story
of the affray lo the officer, giving the
name of the assailant, nnd upon Ihe po
liceman telling them that he had Ihe man
located and was then on Ihe wuy to se
cure sufficient assistance to secure him,
they offered their service, and together
the three men returned to ihe scene of the
ciap game, the officer following cautiously
behind the negroes no ns not to frighten
away by his uniform his prospective pris
B hen near enough lo Ihelr quarry on*
of the negroes pounced on Reed, and
Stafford, who was within a few feel, look
charge of Ihe man He look hi* arreat
quietly and walked with Ihe officer for a
few siepsqulledocilely, then suddenly with
a warning cry lo hi* mate* for help,
soiled Ihe wrist Of the officer as he at
tempted to draw hla club, and at Ihe
same time clutching his body with the
other arm. struggled violently lo secure
In Ihe struggle that ensued both men
went lo Ihe ground and Into a ditch.
The negro retained hi* grip on the arm
of the policeman, and In order to make
him br.ak his hold Stafford was forced
SC. use his teeth on Ihe wrist that held
his own so lightly. Hl* arm released. Ihe
policeman strnlghiened up. but even as he
did so the negro dealt him a vicious blow
squarely In the face and knocked him
oxer. Before the policeman recovered the
negro made hla escape.
Reed 1* a man of gigantic else and
strength and one of the terror* of hi*
I ace. Reside* the affair of laat night he
Is wanted on a number of warrants sworn
out against him for numerous offenae*
committed against other negroes
Pinckney, the man who wa* cut. after
wards walked across the street to a store
near the Tybee dp)t. when becoming
weak from loss of blood, he wa* forced
to lie on th- slreel until medical atten
tion could be had It I* thought the ne
gro* wound will not prove fatal.
A MISAIOA AHA PROPHKCT.
Il*v. K. \A'. Cawthon'* niseourse at
■he First Baptist C hureli.
Rev. K W. Cawthon preached a eermon
on missions al the First Baptist Church
yesterday morning. "A Missionary Proph
ecy" the sermon might be called, being
baaed upon Ihe text "The earth shall be
full of the knowledge of the Lord as the
waters cover Ihe sea. Isaiah 11 9
Rev Cawthon said that this was o
prophecy of universal peace, for where
the gospel goes peace Is the outcome. It
is u universal prophecy..as ehown by the
striking figure of spech employed The
condition of universal peace presented Is
that the knowledge of the Lord ahall All
Taking theee matement* a* * naM* Mr.
Cawthon dlicuifM the mean* by which
thla knowledge of the Lord, reuniting In
universal peace. Is to be obtained. Upon
IWs ground he shower! Ihe necessity or
missions In order that the knowledge of
the l.ord might be spread lo all nations
and dl*cu**e! and upheld he work now
being carried on to this end. explaining
and Illustrating the results and the bene
fits both to Ihoae who make the work pos
sible ami those who are reached by It
The humble labors of each Individual
Christian, he contended, are needed that
he work may be continued to Its fulfil
ment The value of the work to those
who participate In It was dwelt upon.
The Immense Held still remaining open for
Christian effort and Ihe needs of the work
wer* ably set forth The testimony of
distinguished traveler* to the character
and extent of the work accomplished In
foreign fields was offered In answer lo
the attacks and criticisms of those un
favorably disposed towards missions.
In conclusion Mr. Cawthon drew a beau
tiful picture of the time when prophecy
shall have been fulfilled and all the world
-hall rejoice In the knowledge of be Lord
and nil nation* unite In sounding hi*
|ir Mr' ,, Cawthon has mad* quit# a favors he
imprweslon upon th* congregation of the
First Baptist and ,h ' members are very
pleased with hi* effort*, not only In Ihe
pulptt hut In other line* of church work.
—Sknklewlc*. the Potlah novelist. I* to
have a present of a hnm'S'ead on the oc
casion of his author's Jubilee next No
vember. The fund I* now being collected
bv bis many admirer*.
THE MOKNING NEWS: MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1900.
Mr. J. W Moore of Atlanta Is a guest
of the Screven.
Mr. H. O. Jones of Columbia Is a guest
of the Screven.
Mr. W, A. Rhudy of Atlanta Is register
ed at the Pulaski.
Mr. H. Klson of Jacksonville Is register
ed at the Screven.
Miss Dll Mclntosh of Darien is a
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. B. R. Sharpe of Halcyondale Is reg
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr. C. W. Hurst of Waynesvllle ts reg
istered at the Screven.
Miss Anna Black of Pacolet. 8. C.. Is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mr. J. F. Sionebraker of Mldvllle Is
registered al the Screven
Mr. Tinsley Smith left vis the Southern
yesterday for Washington.
Mr, and Mrs. J. P. I.egere of Charles
ton are guests of the Pulaski.
Mr. William Henry Schley left laat
night for a visit to North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Brinson of Still
more are the guests of the De Soto.
Mr T. H. Wannamaker of Columbia
registered at the I>e Soto yeaterday.
Mr. B. H Powell of Jackaonvlle was
among yesterday's guests of the Screv
Mr. A. R. Stewart of Columbia was
among the guests of the De Soto yester
Mr. B, Holmes of Hawklnavllle wa* In
the city yesterday and atayed at the Pu
Mr. C. H. Cummings and Mrs. M F.
Cummings of Manassas are guests of the
Mr E H Campbell of Jacksonville
was In the city ynslerday and stayed at
The Misses Alma and Rosa Tally of
Ohoopee were among the guests of the
Mrs. Andrew Ambrose and daughter.
Mtsa Gertrude, sailed Saturday on the
Itasca for Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas I-ana and Miss
Itllr Dang were among the passengers
of the Southern yesterday for Raptdan.
Misees Ductile and Dena Ambrose have
gone to Baltimore, where they are to at
tend Mt. De Sales Academy. Catonsvllle.
Mrs. -N O'Keefe and Mrs T. Sheehan
chaperoned a Jolly party of Sovannahlans
on a moon light ride through the moun
ts ns of fpward. N C.. last Thursday.
Mrs. W. 8 Young of I'pward. N. C., en
tertain-! last Tuesday evening In honor
of Miss Hannah McCarthy of Savannah
The parlors were beautifully decorated
for the occasion Refreshments were serv
ed. and the merry folks danced until the
wee wee hours.
Death of Mrs. John t. Olson.
Mrs. John Y. Dlgon died yesterday In
Atlanta Her body will reach Savannah
at 7 o'clock this morning on the Central
of Georgia train. The funeral win lake
place, Immediately after the train's ar
rival. from the station.
HV MAIN BTHBNCJTH.
\\ lint gome (Iron Nf of Maine
Have l)nar In Wflla*.
From the Dewlston (Me.) Journal.
"Who Is the strongest man In town?"
asked a correspondent at Belfast of some
workmen at noontime. "No one knows,"
we the reply. A fanner, o stableman,
and a milkman came along and the con
versation became general.
"I am not so stout as some." said lrn
[•'landers, "but at my work of wbeeline
brick. I once took ana) 300 weighing 1,300
pounds, on an ordinary tier row. and think
inut I can do It again. although It don’t
do n fellow any good."
•■glia'* Beckwith.” raid the milkman,
"shouldered barrel of pork and carried
It from one truck to another about twenty
yards away He said that he felt relieved
when he put It down.'*
"The greiiteat, feat of strength tvtthln
my knowledge," said the farmer, "was
when SI Wentworth shouldered the Tin
pound anchor and carried It out of the
company's shed. SI had to step down one
step, and though no one knew that he
was'hurt, the Jar Injured his hack. anJ
no has never lifted heavy weight* since."
"Probably the strongest man In this vi
cinity to-day" said the stableman, "la
Vf Kills of Prospect. Alf got a repusa
tlon for lifting up In the quarry, and was
pestered nearly to death by people woo
wanted to get up some kind of a trial
"So he rigged up some straps to a big
rock thnt lay under his shed, and lifted
It with ease- In the presence of a large
company. There |s my load.’ aays Aif.
and when you bring a man that can
lake her up I will try again.'
"No on* has aver lifted It. and It m
wife to say that no ordinary man ever
far It weighs somewhere between
l.jtt and 1.2 W pounds •'
"Speaking about feats of strength,"
said the IHacksmlth. "puts me In mind
of a contest wa had In fnoitt of my shop
last fall. Wa put out a btg plank on
blocking about breast high, and all Ihe
stiong men up nnd down this street hod o
tr> at lifting the plank with a big box
of old iron on top of It.
"Freeman Hatchckter. who works tn the
shop nt the head of the street, earn# down
to look on. and was Invited to take a
try, although no one supposed that he
could budge the load. Well. sir. Free
man lifted It ns easy ss an ordinary muo
would have raised Ihe plank.
"Then two men ami a hoy got on. nnd
he lifted the lot The ln*ere among the
other fellow* seemed to die out after that,
and there hwen't been any lifting around
here since. ”
Inquiry among the police force shows
that the city marshal. Wlttlom H. San
born. ha* been and I* yet one of th
sponges* men In the place. On one occa
sion he was known to lift 9*5 pound*.
There have been frequent trial* of
strength by lifting on scale*. The con
testant stand* on the scales anal lifts on
a bar that Is attached to • rope tied un
der the srale* Weight* are a-Vl—l until
the limit of the competitor's strength Is
Welman Hanaon. a foreman In the shoe
factory, tipped the beam with 1.300 pound*
oppos' and lo him tn a trial of this kind
At the shipyard there are many strong
men. bnt the lifting is now don<- mostly
by power. Abner Jlpeon. a former em
ploye tberr, had remarkable strengih. He
eould lift as much on one end of a slick
of timber ns three or four ordinary men
could on the other. On one occasion he
lifted the weight of a pile driver that
weighed, or wa* said to have weight'd,
—Precise Speech —Brown—Do you ever
talk In your sleep? Town—Not that I
know of. I have sometimes talked In oth
er people’s sleep.—Boston Transcript.
P. P. r . a wonderful medicine; It gives
an appetite; It Invigorates and strength
en*. P. P. P. cures rheumatism end all
pains In the side, back and shoulders,
knee*, hips, wrists and joints. P. p. p.
cure* syphilis in ell Its various stages,
old ulcers, sores ami kidney complaint. P.
p. P. cure* cotarrah. eczema erysipelas
all skin dlseaao* and mercurial poisoning
p. P. P. cures dyspepsia, chronic female
complaint* and broken-down constitution
and loss of manhood. P. P. P.. the best
blood purifier of the eg*, has made more
permanent cures then all other blooa] rem
edies Llppman Bro#.. sole proprietors.
Savannah. Ga -wd
“It Pared Me.”
"Oraybeard broke up rheumatism on
me." says Mr. Chaa. Thomas, the Jew
eler on Whitaker street. "And pul me In
better health than I have enjoyed tn a
Take Oraybeard Pills far that dizzy
feeling—Lost appetite, and follow It up
with a bottle of Oraybeard. It Is all you
need. Rexpesa Drug Ce., sol* props..
A Dellctoua Smoke.
Th* Herbert Spencer la an elegant cigar
and I* truly a delightful enjoyment to
Inhale Ihe fumes of this tine tobacco; It
IX evhilxratlng m*l dtrlleloux.
Hoe that Ihe name of Herbert Spencer
la on every wrapper of every cigar, with
out which none are genuine
The Herbert Spencer cigars are only
sold by the box of 50. Conchas at 33 50. and
Parfaetas. 54.50 at Llppman Bro* . whole
sale druggists. Barnard and Congress
streets, of tht* city -ad.
"Graybaard la a family medicine with
us.” ~Aid a prominent business man yaa
terday "My wife lakes It. and I nolle*
atv- la enjoying be'ttr health than for
year*. The children keep well by taking
Orayb'ard may be obtain'd at all d'ng
tore* or writ* to us for It. Heaps** Drug
Cos., sole prep# . Savannah, Ge.-ad.
For tvor Fifty Yegre.
Mrs WlneloWs Soothing Byrup has been
used for children teething. It soothe* the
chMI. ooftens th* gums, allay* ail pain
cures wind colic, and IS tbe best remedy
law Dierrhaye*. Twenty-flv# cents a bottl*.
Paiildlng'* Pippin 4'lßer.
This celebrated pure, appl* Juice elder,
made In Long IslanaJ, ran be bad In pint
or quart hollies, direct from Ihe manufac
turers. with their own stamp, at Llppman
Brothers. Druggists, Savannah. Qa.—ad.
A High-Grad- Institution for ladles.—
Shorter College, Rome.. Oa. Write for
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—NO
tee I* hereby given to all fersons hav
ing demands against William F. Dunn,
late of said county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out. within
the time prescrib'd by law. so as to show
iheir character and amount, and all per
sons Indebted to said deceased are re
quired to make Immediate payment to
me. MRS. ANNE DUNN.
Savannah, Oa.. Sept. 5. 1900
rgusj \ il
' CHILDREN 8 HAHR' UTTINO" IN
the lat.st *t>ir by the Georgia espert
haircutler and ha r dresser. Hayannah
llalr, Jewelry .in I Shaving Supply House
The place fer One wig.-, toupees, pompa
dcura. bangs, switches, mustache* and
whisker*, for dally private use, also *le
dal mak> -up for amateur and profcsslon
al detectives. Private theattbals. lodge*
and church. * aqpplle I Mall order*
promptly tiled; Etntla* hair tonic sent to
any addr.ss on receipt of lai cent*.
P SHOULD SEE .MILLER 8 FI’RNL
tura, newest styles for bedroom, dining
room, parlor. In .ak. walnut amt mahog
any; Miller's prices and term* are r*.a
sonahic. 207 ltraught*>u. west.
’ YOU W ILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Bprluglteld Dairy; It's itch ami pure, try
II on FOR WOVEN WIRE COTH
while they last. C. P Miller. Agent.
1* SHOt'LD REF. MILLER’S NEW
style* In carpets, matting, window shade..
art square*, rug*, lace curtain*, etc ;
Miller'* prices and term* are reasonable
JOJ Broughton, west
FINE RICEFIKI f. r.AMB AT "HA
btr's," every day; beat of all othar m at*
IF ITS RUOR TOD WANT YOU CAN
get them cheaper from M<-(lulls.
KIMBALL'S ANTI It HR V M A TI C
rings: thousands using them and all ben
fitted Gardner'a Bazaar, agl
SPECIAL, AN UNLIMITED RDPI’T.T
of nice willow rockers, ladlca' site, at 12.
J. W. Teapt*.
I! 4k Itt’Yfi NICE RATTAN' ROCKERS,
ladies' size; large assortment of rocker*,
couches ami easy chairs. C. P. Miller.
“ocT IST I WILL MOVE TO 414 WRIT
Brough lon. King up 24*1 If yon want to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee prices
the same a* I do the work that’s given
to m< A 8 Gridin. .114 Broughton street,
west; mattresses made tn order.
tf SHOULD BKB MILLER'B OFFICE
desk*, office table*, office chairs, office
malting, office shades. C. P. Miller.
~FLORAL DESIGNS. PAI.MB AND CUT
flower*, at Gardner'* Bazaar, agent for
u WILL 8t KIN MOVE AND U WILL
certainly need something In my line;
V will save money by trading with me. C.
P Miller. Agent.
MOILLIB BELLS SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrna pattern*—for 99 cent*.
M GILI.IB 18 CHEAP ON ft DOS. NRT4.
ktea curtains, hammocks, water cooler*,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every deec rips lon.
GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN. tl
At Gardner's Daaaar.
MOILLIB LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
*U — TOflt IRAN SAFE FIRE PROOF’
Stlffel A Freeman have a standing offer
of 11.0011 for every safe of their make that
dots not preserve It* content*. One safe
was tn burning debris US hour* When
taken (Hit, the hose hod to be turned on
It When opened, not n page dis
colored, not a retard lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
BtlfT.ll A Freeman anfe. C. P. Miller.
BEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove
“t; SHOULD SEND YOU It ORDERS
for tuning and re|lrtng piano* anti or
gans lo W P Manning, with C. P Mil
ler. Agent; prompt attention to out-of
town order* C. P Miller. Agent.
MG7LLIB MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and More* piano* am) furniture, bast work
only; no "Cheap-John ' prices -no "Cheop-
r SHOULD SEE MILLER’S "STOVES
and ranges; the best makes at reasonable
prices. C. P. Miller, Aaenl.
WHEN YOU BEE MOlLLlfc'* SIXTY•
Inch 99 cents rug*, you will buy them.
Just can't help It; will sail In any quan
““FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARS,'
la g sue laity with McGIIHa
“u SII'TI.D SEND IK YOUR t.H
den* for upholstering parlor ami dining room
furniture tn leather, silk and other fab
rics, In the best manner: curled hstr,
moss and cotton ma'tresse* renovated:
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P Miller, Agent.
“PULLEY"BELTS. r. BUCKLE 9. _ 10C,
aluminum shirt set, 10c, at Gardner's Ba
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relief; I cure Ingrowing
nail*, eoros and all diseases of th* feet
without pain; charge* reasonable; can
give the best reference* In the city; pa
tients treated at residence*: order* can
be left a4 Livingston's drug store. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone Ml. Lera
Davis, surgeon rhtronodlst
HELP AN 4.MKH-M AI.B.
Apply Springfield Dairy. 471 Wasi Bound
ary, Monday morning.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN OF gTmID
address, between the age of IS and 11. to
assdst In a bar; one who lives with hts
parents nnd who aloe* not smoke cigar
ettes; a fetr salary will be paid; must
write a good hand Aaldresa, with recom
mendation If any. Bar Assistant, care
“day and night hack drivers
wanted at 355 East Broad street, near
ACTIVE MAN. HY ESTABLISHED
house worth ITAdO; duties, hiring help;
liberal salary anti expense* advanc'd to
right party AtVlre** William J. Uhl,
Manager. 723 Chealnut street. Phliatlo;-
“YOUNG MEN—OUR ILLUSTRATED
catalogue explain* how we ie*ch barber
trade In 2 weeks; mailed free. Moler
Barber College, Mt. Louis, Mo.
HELP NVANTKIS— FEMALE.
to do general housework. Apply No. 222
Park avenue, weid.
’WANTED. UNMARRIED WOMAN TO
work In flrst-elaa* restaurant; must write
a fair hand, no experience needed; give
references; good salary to one willing to
work; hour* from 7 a. m to * p m. An
swer to-alay and Tuesday. Restaurant,
care News office.
WANTED. A COMPETENT HOUSE
and table maid. Apply 1014 Drayton street.
“WANTED, A GOOD. STEADY COIAYR
ed woman to lake care of young baby.
Apply at 4X Whitaker atreat.
ANY LADY CAN EASILY MAKE *lB
to $25 per week by representing u* In her
locality, and as the |>o*litoii Is pleasant
anal profitable, I will gladly senal full par
ticulars to all. This la no dr eptlon. even
your spare time is vuluable. Aaldresa
Mrs Mary K Wheeler. 37 Washington
streel, Chicago. 111.
AUK* r* A* ANTED.
our live agenta. men or women, selling our
latest novelty, cenifaatgn walerprvmf neck
tie*. G oasis entirely new anal pala-ntod.
Agents delighted. Bela* unlimited Wnat
others do. you ran do Tlmai la short.
Write to-dsy and secure exclusive terri
tory. Guaranteed beat seller. Address,
with stamp. M A ll Manufacturing Com
pany, Dept. C. Springfield. Mass.
AOENTB. GENERAL.“ TO BELL OUR
lubber collars, cuff*, front*, etc.; reliable
good*; largest commission*; big money
to hustler*. American Rubber Collar
Company, Springfield. Mass.
r.Ml'l.tlV fItAT WANTED.
"""a UhV AS
stenographer, thoroughly experienced. Ad
dress "X " care General Delivery
wanted, position by expert
■lenograplter. Isadtkeeper ami nil round I
office m in, Addre** Jay, Morning New*.
Hllt SKg IV AA t ED.
TWt i-HTOHY HOIBK wanted
(wlih lawn *r k mien preferred). in good
h*. auon AtUliKLd Good Tenant, th:a
nice flal; muet be roaitKxmFk. AiMrcm
•Vomfon." ihi# office.
hat th*t look* shabby and out of Rhoi*-;
bring It lu Whoekr, the halier, and have
ll made n* w 4* Whitaker street.
IK YOI’ WANT <K)OI> MI!*K OKT IT
frt>tn S|>rinKtiekl Dairy; lt*a rkh. pure ami
* FEATII EIU4 WANTED; * MARKET
price pahl for old feather bed- and pil
low*; all order* promptly attended, acini
postal. J. L Isaac*. Marshal House.
IF YOU WANT A I'UCg TO DUMP
earth, dirt. sand, manure, ere., free of
charge, juat at city limit* hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Pro* , corner Anderson and Eaal Broad
FOR RENT TWO OR TIIREE GKN
tb-mcn can set ure plea-ant room*, matly
furnished nnd convenient to lutth. with
private family, at K* Liberty. west,
NEATLY FURNISHED K"UTII
room*. nil conveniences *8 Barnard
TO RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. HOT
ami cold hath lit Ea*t Idberty.
ELEGANT LARGE FRONT Ri>OM
southern exposure, for one or two gen-
Ilenten. AM Jones street, west, near Bar
To LET. FURNISHED ROOMS
about ten minute* walk from bualnes*
center. Apply 121 llalaereham.
FLATS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT. ELEGANT LOWER IT.AT
on ihe corner Jones and Lincoln strecte
tn twautiful condition, every convenience,
fir-(-ela-s order, dad i a hie locallly, right
rent to right tenant. Eat. Salomon Oo
h*n. oorn-r West Broad and Broughton
To RENT DESIRABLE FLAT. WITH
hath, also two room* 1 Charlton street.
TWO DESIRABLE FLATS DNFDH
ntstied; southern and northern exposure.
20 Macon street, cast.
FLAT. SIX CONNECTING ROOMS
with hath, first floor; Lyons block; suita
ble for any purpose John Lyons.
FOR RENT. A FI. AT OF 4 GOOD
rooms; with use of balh; rent reasonable.
11l WaMbarg, east.
'FEAT THREE ROOMS PARTLY FUR
nlshed; all conveniences. Ut Barnard
TO LET FLAT CONTAINING FOUR
roam* nnd bath, all convenience*. Apply
FOR RENT—HOI vileN
HOUSES 23, Al.Sti 217 WALDBUMO
street, egt; perfect eondttton; every eon
venlence; right rent right tenant; I2T. no
the month. Eat Salomon Cohen. West
Broad and Broughton street.
THAT DERI It A Itl.E IK at'BE. No“l!.
Jon.* street, east; renovated throughout.
Apply W A. ITgman's drug store, Aber
FUR RENT. THAT DESIRABLE REH
tdence, ft* Park avenue, west, with all
modern Improvement*. Apply C. 8
DNtSCfe, * Hull street, west
“FOR ' RENT SPLENDID HOUSE,
modem Improvements, vicinity Park Ex
tension I'd Duffy strret, west. Purse,
Ft HI RENT P\\ ELLIN! I AND TWt)
lots No. 9 Mutipus avenue, near Bull
strret. seven dollars I. It. Laßoche.
“for l!i:\T DESIRABLE BRICK
houses, number 402 and 4Uk Huntingdon,
east; newly papered and repaired, with
all modem improvements. Apply lo E.
C. Way. Bell Telephone. 157.
Ft Gt RENT. RESIDENCE HO BOL
lon street, writ; aeven rooms, all con
venience*; newly papered and painted; 122
per month; lea re for one year. Apply to
J. T. Shuptrlne. corner Congress and Jef
FOR RENT TO AN ACCEPTABLE
party, my residence, northeast corner First
and Dreyton streets Apply C. W. Howard.
No. K! Bay atraet. east.
FOR RENT FOR *ls TWnfTOIIV
house. Anderson, near Lincoln. D. 11.
I olt KENT, RESIDENCE *ls HALE.
east, and 707 Habersham; I rooms, hu* and
cold water, elegant locality; also 442 Price;
Immediate posesslon, flr*t-ela*s order. Ap
ply W. W. Mwlnlon, M Eighth street,
FOR RENT. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE.
Jone* street between Montgomery and
Jefferson. Apply 107 Broughton street,
store* on President street anti three on
State street, in rear of Whitfield bulkl-
Ing. and near new poatofflee, rent low.
Apply W M. A W. K. Coney
“FOR RENT. STORE. U* BROUaiT.
tun afreet, -aat; poaaesslon Immediately
also savoral dialrablo res.dencea and
flats. Apply A. Wylly, 12 Bryan atreat.
■“FOR RENT. rHAI DKBIR ABLE
store and warehouse formerly occupied
by George W. Tledeman A Bro., corner
Bey and Montgomery street; In perfec*
order and condition; right rent to right
tenant; possession ran be given Immedi
ately. Eel. Solomon Cohen, Corner West
Broad end Rroughton streets.
"T’I’IUGHT PIANO FOR RENT OR
sale; term* moderate. Address Miss Ul
mer. Vtl Wahfburg streel, east.
" 1 -
FOR SALK—HEAL ROTATE.
the Ogeechec road; fine high land. C. 11.
r SPLENDID - BI'B!NESS~gTAND“IV
Ihe eastern part of the city; well estab
lished and desirable. C. H. Dorsett.
TEN-ACHE TltA(*T IN ~ CATTLE
Park on avenue; line front, and
trolley line to city. C .H. Dortett.
A isifo investment nut uw,
two houses renting for *l3 per month on
West Motion C. 11. Domett.
“FOR BALE.“a“LoT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Brood; no city taxation. C. H.
I 1 It BAEK. THOAD LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, have only lieen
sold o first-class parties, who will make
good neighbor*; end nan* other can buy.
Th# terms irt very easy, and they am
rheaper than any other In the vicinity.
C. H. Domett.
FOR BALE. LOTS ON NINTH, NEAR
East Broad. a4 (Son each; will soon be
advanced to *23; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
bulls. C. H. Domett.
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINTH STREET
near East Broad; no city taxes, at *2OO
each; twenty-five dull am cash, end easy
au'-ruOily payment, c. U. Dorsett.
FOR SALE—REAL KATATK.
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Taxem. real aatate dealer. No. 7 York
a. . • " '
• uit ixio.—ai4vu.iavv.uii.
WITCHHAXKLI THERE laTMGTCID
hast I and wlt.-hhaxel One |v made Li
euro, the oih-r I* titatl- to sell, put a
hottlo of otim by the eld* nf on of the
oilier kind; we give you all the quality
and all ihe quantity that your mosey en
title* you to-a pint for a quarter. Ikfrwte *
Drug Sh r *. Henry and Abercurn, Whit
aker and Taylor.
COWS FOR SALE. IF YOU WANT - A
good milk cow. regannable, I can aupply
you ('all 471 West liuundary
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure milk; try II; you
will Its pleated.
ABII AND CYrRESS LUMBER FOR
#*l—!6o.lJU feet of ash suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage makere. car works and
Interior house finish. Also eypreas lumbar
of all sixes We lu.v resumed rutting our
famous brand* of cjrpreaa shingles and wMI
soon have a full line of them for sale. Val*
Itoval Manufaeturtng Company.
NICK KOOMB AND BOARD IN PRl
vate family; all convenlcncex. 421 Barnard
GOOD TABLE. NICE ROOMS’
spirmtkl location; reasonable rale*, at *22
Harris streel. east.
ai .vivii.it tiiuio.t ra.
view*, greatly reduced rwtes for the fall
month*. Addrrsa llox IM. Rei*ler*on
vllle, N. C.
1 • 1 1 ;
MODERN PLUMRING. IT Wild, HB
to your Inlerettl to let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work, repair work a specialty, a* I am
a practical plumber. No guess work lo
endanger your life. Wiggins, phone MJ7,
Georgia or Bell
111 4I4B*!( IHA4DIL
~BTOEK TvoTpa?! oluTanYzed!
Hook mailed free Working ca|Bts! pro
cund. Corjvomllon 1-tw Campany, Wash
ing on. D. C.
'TTave YOTR tIOUHK painted
with German ready-mixed paint; entire
xntlsfaidlon guaranteed. Adams Paint
WE SELL SEWER PIPE, FLUE
pipe, hr# clay, lire brick at lowest prices.
Adams Paint Company, lot Congress,
GY RHINE IB THE REST WALL FlN
tsh made Adams Pnlnt Cos., Savannah
agents. 104 Congreae. west
IF YOU WANT OOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books tram
Morning News. Savannah. Os.
PETITION FOH ItgCOItPONATIOK.
PETITION roll INCORPORATION
Noth* of Intention to apply for rallrnod
charter. After four weeks' notice by pub
lb at ha> pursuant to Section* 21 j et ee
qultur of the existing Code of Georgia
and the amendments thereto, the under
signed will Hie. In the office of the Hern
iary of State, a petition for the Incorpora
tion of a railroad corporation, of which
the following ts a ropy: Htate of Georgia,
I'hatham County-To the II • mom bis, tha
Secretary of Stale for the atate of Geor
The petition of Wm W Gordon. Iletrn*
Gordon. W W Gordon. Jr.. G. A. Gor
don. J. H. Klntle. W. G. Harrison, H. C.
Harrison. It Hunter. Thomas Hunter, H.
M. Peek. W. U Hughes and Joseph A.
Lwan. all of Savannah, G* . rmipaclful
Klmt. That they desire to form a rail
road corporation pursuant to (he provis
ions of the Act of the General Assembly
of 'Georgia, approved Dec. 17. IMS. Leiws
1492. pages 17 el aeq and the amendments
Second That the name of tha company
whhti they desire to nave Incorporated
will be the.
"SAVANNAH WHARF AND TERMI
NAL RAILWAY COMPANY."
(There being no existing railway cor
poration of that name In tha stale of
Third That the said railroad will b*
located entirely within the limits of Chat
ham county. 111 said state, and Its length
as near as ran be estimated, will
be one mile. running from tha
track of the Central of Georgia
Hallway Company, located on lot
number eighteen of estate of D. La
mar. on the west aide of Randolph afreet.
In the city of Savannah, to the tracka of
the Savannah. Florida and Western Hall
way Company, located raat of the Bilbo
canal. In said county and slat*, together
with the necessary switcher and spur
tracks, so aw to facilitate the tranaoclton
of business of railroad companies with
otcl) other, and with the property In said
tty, county and state known as the Gor
don wharf. >
The general direction or said road wilt
he easterly and westerly, ami It will run
from lot number eighteen of estate of D.
Lunar to the wharves of tha Plant Sys
tem of Hallways, and It will connect the
River street track of the Central of Geor
gia Hallway Company with the tracks of
the Savannah. Florida and Western Rail
Fourth That the amount of proponed
capital stock of said company will ba
twenty thousand (gjo.oobi dollars, but tha
privilege la desired of Increasing the same
to two hundred thousand (12u0,5 dollars,
divided Into shares of ong hundred (*100)
dollars each All of said stock to be com
mon stuck of equal dignity.
Fifth. That petitioners desire Cos be tn
rorporafed ns aforeeald for the period of
one hundred (Ml years
Sixth. That the principal office of'tha
proposed corporation I* to be looted In
the city of Savannah. Chatham county,
Heventh That the petitioners do Intend
In good faith to go forward without de
lay. to secure subscriptions to the capi
tal stock, construct, equip, maintain and
operate said railroad.
Eighth. That petitioners have given
four weeks' notice of their Intention to
apply for a charter by the publication of
this petition, lit one of th newspupera
In which the sheriff's advertisements are
published In said county; once a week for
four week*, before the filing of this peti
Ninth That your petitioners have an
nexed hereto an affidavit made by three
of the persons forming said company: that
the names subscribed hereto are the gen
ii,,:* signature# of the persons named In
the petition, as required by law. ami (hat
the fait* stated In this petition are true,
to the best of their knowledge, Informa
tion and belief.
Wherefore your petitioners pray that
they mny be Incorporated under the law#
of thfe state, and that a certificate of In
.-ormiration be tseued to them under the
great seal of the state as provided bv law.
WM. W. GORDON.
By Wm. W. Gordon. Jr.. Attorney In
WM. W. GORDON, JR..
G. A. GORDON,
J H. KIN7.IE.
W. O. HARRISON.
R. C. HARRISON.
H M. PEEK.
W. Q Ht'OHKH.
JOS. A LOGAN.
ir TOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank book* (tom
klorplov Now* Savannah Ga.