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LE FEVRE WILL BE MANAGER.
OPERATION or THE ITBAIIIHIP
COMPANY TO BB IN HIM CHARGE.
Circular fianoanclag the Appoint
■ml Will Hr Issued Wltbla n IVn
Dura other Appointments May
Kollan, Iml Thar Will Probably Rr
Delayed for a Time—l'nr (hr Rrm.
rat thr Trolllr of thr Steamship
fampany Will Remain I adrr Ita
Prrarat Niaairaral-Kra Raa.
nrr Will Report to President
Kuna. Wbo 111 Hr Hrllrvra of |hr
Ur. p. E. UFevrt mill aoon bi' appoint
ed iMiufir of thr Ocean Steamship Com
pany. Thta Infcrmatlon wan given out yes
lar lay by President John M Egan, who
fl ft lost night for Atlanta, whence he
wl I go to New York to Consult with Mt
LeFevrs relative to the latter anew du
For two or three years Mr. LeFevre has
been superintendent of the company.
Within the next few days the circular,
announcing his appointment as manager,
will be Issued by Mr. Egan. Than the
etatement of Mr. EePevre'a promotion, the
fact that hia headquarters will be New
York, and the scope of his duties, the
clrrular will probably convey no other
Information, as no other change- that may
grow out of a decision reached by thi
nt!! rials to separate the actual manage
ment of the Ocean Steamship Company
and the Central Hallroad will not be made
for the present.
In speaking of the prospective appoint
ment of Mr LeFevre as manager. Mr.
Egan aald the latter was in Savannah a
few daya ago for a consultation about the
matter. The plan, under consideration for
some time, was then determined upon, and
It but remains for a few details to be ad
justed before the formal circular an
nouncement la made to the steamship
and railroad world.
Mr. LeFevre will be in charge of the
physical operation of the steamships. The
traffic, for the present, at all events. Mr
Egan aald, will remain under Its pres
ent management. Traffic Manager E H.
Hinton of the Central Railroad. No de
cision as to disioslilon of the traffic has
yet been reached, but Mr LeFevre may
deride, when all phases of the situation
have been considered, to make appoint
ments that may tend to the complete se
gregation of the management of the two
As manager, Mr. LeFevre will report to
President Egan, who, for some three
years, has been managing the Ocean
Steamship Company. The details of the
physical operation, by Ur L-Fevre's ap
pointment. will be assumed by that gen
tleman end the president will be relieved
When asked why the contemplated
Change Is to be made. Mr. Egan replied
that the varied Interests of the Ocean
Steamship Company, being a common wa
ter carrier for several transportation com
panies, appeared to demand segregation
tr,m the management of one of those
companlee. This was taken to mean that
the wish or the railroads, others than the
Central, entering Savannah for a sepa
rate management for the Ocean Steam
ship Company had been granted.
H’IXG FOH PER MORAL INJIRIES.
Eranl (rMmbi Wnute lam*K<'*
Kroni lirral nallnt? omp*ny.
Ernet Croombs, a freight brak'roan on
Iha Plant Byetsm. AM an acllon for dam
age* against the Savannah. Thunderbolt
and lale of Hope Railway tn the Ctty
Court yealerday. fixing the amount of the
damage* he claim* to have Incurred
through the negligence of the company at
The accident In which Croomba suffer
ed occurred about a year ago. while he
wa* engaged in the performance of hi*
dutlea. He claim* that while he was
standing on the top of a moving freight
car. running along the lines of the Plant
System within the city limit*, he was
■truck by a hanging wire of the defend
ant’*, which fell down over the track
He was dragged off hi* feet and to the
top of the car, had his shoulder twisted
and suffered other painful and dangerous
Injuries, which confined him to his bed
for an extensive period and which have
been permanent In their effect*.
It Is charged that It was due to the
negligence of the defendant that the wire
had been permitted to sag from Its sup
ports and hang across the track ami dose
enough to the top of the car* to become
dangerous to those who passed beneath
It. The accident occurred at night or In
th* late evening and it was Impossible for
the plaintiff to see the wire before he had
been caught by It and dragged off his
The natute of the accident and tha re
sulting Injuries are both described at
length In the petition of the plaintiff He
sues for the pain and Injury he claims
to have suffered, for the lose eustalned
by him through hte resulting Inability to
attend to his duties and for the i>erm
nent diminution of hie earning power. He
le represented by Messrs. Twiggs tk
LOOK* BRIGHT KOH DEMOTRACT.
Chairman Dale Thinks Party Will
Parry Two Hl* States.
Chairman J. J. Dale, of the Board of
County Commissioners, brought back with
him from the North an Impression chat
th* Democratic nominees for President
and Vice President would carry this year
the states of New York and Massarhu
* tta. This Impression he gleaned from
conversations with those who are In the
position to know.
"There Is a revolt against existing con
ditions at the North." sold Mr. Dale,
"which I think will result In many votes
for Brvan and Stevenson. There are thou
sands of men In the North who have been
thrown out of employment by the or
ganisation of trust*—the consolidation of
capital and the limitation of production.
These men will vote for the Demoorallo
“Just at present there are a number of
gigantic strikes In progress, which are
likely io destroy the Illusion that the
times are filled with prosperity. While,
of course. It would be foolish to say that
the Democrats will carry the states of
New York and Massachusetts beyond
question, there Is yet a good chance ihat
• hey will, end I believe that they will.
Certainly, the outlook 1# very much more
encouraging than li has ever been since
the campaign began.”
A moonlight excursion oround the bell
buoy will be given to-night, and the pub
lie. particularly all the church people, ore
Invited. The steamer Clifton will leave
the wharf at the foot of Whitaker street
at 1:30 o’clock Refreshment* will be
served aboard tha boot.
Editor Morning News: To decide a dis
pute please state what was the populailon
®f tialvsaton, Tex., by this year # enaue.
Women ran keep secrets.
They often keep secret for [
a long time the fac. that
they are suffering from
drains, inflammation, ulcer \j\jW\A
ation, or female weakness. CocMwif
But they can’t keep the me- (7<
cret very long, Ixvanae the QyCtNjL*
hollow cve% cheeks flint
have tost their freshness,and [yr\Tjr
the irritability which come* fr-4jMr7\
from sorely tried nerve*, all
conspire to publish the sto- rvyry*
ry of suffering. The usual
motive for such secrecy,
dread of indelicate question* and offen
sive examinations, is removed by Dr.
Pierce’s methods. Diseases of the wom
anly organs are perfectly cured hy the
use of l)r. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription.
Sick women can consult Dr. K. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., by letter free.
•Your wonderful medicine. ’Favorite Pre
scription.'" writes Mr- c N Andrrsca, of kork
briugr hatha. Rockbridge Cos,, Va.. "is a God
send to week sod sickly women, restoring good
health without subjecting their weak nerves to
thr shock of au examlaatioo ! was all run
down la health, could not work buts short time
without rrsttug Was very nervous sod had a
very poor appetite / derided tv ante to Dr.
Purct ami italr any caw. sad sin thankful that I
did, for I receiveds favorable reply 1 took tlx
bottles of 'Favorite Prescription one of ‘Gold
en Medical Discovery, and one vial ol ' Pellets.'
and I can now work as well at I could before I
was taken sick I think Dr Pierce's medicine
the best In the world fur sick sod iurrooa
WANTED HER WASH MOMBY.
Washerwoman Offered Pedigree to
Prove Herself Entitled to .fnstlre.
An Inlerrstlng oral amusing case before
Magistrate O. Noble Jones yesterday was
that of J. J. Openhelm. who sued his
washerwoman. Grace Hldks, for larceny
According to the statement of the plain
tiff the defendant had In her possession
a lot of clothes belonging to him which
she refused to deliver, although he had
offeted to par her for the work that had
been done on them.
The defendant Is a voluble darky of the
ante-bellum type, whose sublime belief in
the dignity of labor hi oniy exceeded by
her independence and desire, vehemently
expressed, to get her dues.
Grace Is no bad talker and when she
was allowed to tell her side of the mat
ter told a very straight and plausible
siory, laughable for the quaint language
employed. In her explaining one of tha
excuses of the plaintiff for not imylng
her her money, she said. "He tell me he
done couldn't pay den, cause his father
in-law had tumbled our era can and cut
his face In half, and knock er eye out
an,l he hid ter fray de spelter*." She
wound up her tale with a passionate, per
sonal appeal to the magistrate to see that
Justice was done "er "oman who was born
and raised In Savannah.”
The magistrate dismissed the warrant,
but the rtght between the parties will be
ontlnued in the court of Magistrate Ns.
thans, where the clothes about which tha
row occurred are held by the washerwo
man under a laborer's lien.
HEAT HIS MOTHER WHILE Dili \K.
Then Hod the Prlnelpal W Itneaa Ar
rested nn Charge nf Perjury.
Ro>a Gooding was In Magistrate
Jones' Court yesterday on a charge of per
jury. The charge was preferred by George
•Myers and was brought about by the fact
thae about two week* ago Mr*. Gooding
had had Myera arrested on a charge of
beating and 111-treating his mother, and
had appeared at the Recorder’s Court tha
next day as the principal witness against
him, as a result of which he wns given a
good round sentence by the Recorder.
Myers declared that she charge* were
untrue and had Miss Gooding arrester) for
false swearing. In the hearing yiwterday
It developed that Myera could not remem
ber the testimony that had been given In
the Recorder’# Court, nor could hls mo
ther, his principal witness help him out,
because, being deaf, she had not heard It.
Miss Gooding had a number of witnesses
to testify ihat the charge on which Myera
had been arrested had been Justified by
hie conduct on that particular occasion,
and that hts 111 treatment of hi* mother
was. Indeed, of no unusual occurrence.
The case was dismissed.
B*ox at ixi.b or hope,
Indications Are It Will lie Prolonged
Some Time Yet,
It seems that the efforts which are be
ing made to prolong th* summer season at
lale of Hope will he successful to some
extent. It Is the Intention of Barbee and
Bandy to continue their entertainments
for some time. Mr Barbee eald yesterday
It la the intention io keep this resort run
ning as long as the warm weather con
tinues, While several of the summer res
idents hove returned to the city, many
are still there, and will not come to tha
city until later. An entrrtalnmenl and
supper are advertise I for to-night.
•’ll Cured Me.”
"Graybeard broke up rheumatism on
me.” says Mr. Chaa. Thomas, the Jew
eler on Whitaker street. ’’And put me In
betser health ihau 1 have enjoyed In a
Take Graybeard Pill* for that dlsxy
feeling—Loet appetite, and follow It up
with a bottle of Graybeard. It la all you
need. Respess Drug Cos., sola props.,
A Delicious Smoke.
The Herbert Spencer Is an elegant cigar
and Is truly a delightful enjoyment to
inhale the fumes of (hls fine tobacco; It
la evbilarattng detlUoua.
Kr ihat the name of Herbert Spencer
is on every wrapper of every cigar, with
out which none are genuine.
The Herbert Spencer cigars are only
sold by the box of 50 Concha* at ** 50. and
Perfecto*. 34.50 at Lippman Bros . whole
sale druggists. Barnard and Congress
•treats, ot ihi* city.-ad.
’’Graybeard I* a family medicine tilth
us." said a prominent business man yes
terday. "My wife take* B. and 1 notice
sh- l enjoying better health than for
years The children keep well by taking
Graybeard may be obtained at at: d:?>*
store* or writ# to us for It. Reepeaa Drug
Cos., sole pr< p*.. Styannah. Oa. -ad.
Special attention will be given to th#
comfort and pleasure of those going by
the Seaboard Air Lin* Railway to th#
annual convention of the National Bap
tist Association (colored), io be held In
Richmond. Sept. li-SO.
These rates are open to everybody.—ad.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 11)00.
COTTON FUTURES WENT HIGH.
LONG* TV MR IDO TO THEIR (INI If
AND REALIZED HEAVILY.
The Market Opened Erne! led aad
finned at a Net idvasre nf 40 and
oil Points—The Day's Sales IfWMKai
Ita lea Greater Thun Ever Reported
In New York—l.ucal Trading Not on
a latrnr Scale liter the Wltdeal
Temper of thr Market Was Real
From the phenomenal movement In the
cotton futures market yesterday it la pret
ty certain that fortune* have been wreck
ed ul other place* besides Galveston ns a
result of the storm's disastrous sweep
Opening Irregular and excited at an ad
vanes of forty-three to alxty-one points
the market eased off slightly, then start
ed upward with renewed energy, closing
at a net advance of forty-six and ninety
points. Sales of 1,360.000 bales were re
ported. which Is 150.000 more than over
reported on the New York Exchange.
Hieing on tha strength imparted by the
reports of damage In Texas on Sunday
the market lost no time Ml Jumping when
the session open,,!. Ikings tumbled to
their cinch, and put a fancy price on
their holding* at the outset, which seems
to have been the price It was considered
the extraordinary conditions made cotton
worth. It was estimated that the damage
would result in a lose of anywhere from
TJb.OOO to 1,000,000 bales in the prospective
Texas crop, which added to the bullish
(ever. Beside* the Texas reporta of dam
age. there was an advance hi Liverpool,
and later came the government report,
giving the condition of Ihe crop a* 66 2.
against 76 last month, ami *5 for Sep
tember of last year. It seemed that all
condition* were tit fuel for the bullish
flame of excitement.
The following table will show the clos
ing prices on Saturday as compared with
the closing yesterday, and t!u- net gains
Saturday. Yesterday. Rise.
January .U 9 63 .61
February 9.( 9 53 .61
March ,9.03 9 57 .66
April 9,00 9 55 .66
May 3 00 9.55 . 66
June 9.10 9,69 .19
July 9.0i 9.56 .50
September 9.50 10 10 ,i
October 9 39 10 01 .65
November 9 1* . 9.63 .64
December 9.11 9.63 .61
While there was considerable local trad
ing. It was not on a very large scale after
the wildcat nature of the market waa
realized. Longs who were In the market
Saturday were prompt to realize. There
was some disposition to again buy on the
prospective bullish bureau report, and a
few did so with profit. Conditions were
such as to perplex even the old conserva
tive heads, and while some were Inclined
to believe that Ihe rise would necessarily
he followed by a reaetlon. others were not
disposed to express an opinion. Liverpool
was looking to Savannah amt Galveston
for Its September supply of cotton, and
the fact that shipping from Galveston will
be greatly hindered opened the way for
conjecture as to the probable movement of
the Liverpool market.
Ttventy-als Police Prisoners.
The docket In the Recorder's Court yes
terday was smaller than t usually the
case on Mondays, only tw-nty-slx prison
ers being tried. None of the cases were
of any Interest
Cochran Taken Hsek.
Reubln Cochran, the negro murderer of
Henderson. Ky.. arrested Friday night by
Detective* Murphy and Garrtty. left for
Henderson yesterday In charge of Detec
Horif ordt Acid Phosphate
Half a teaspoon in half a glass of
water, refreshes and Invigorates the
entire system. A wholesome tonic-e
Cerium* bars soma Hossraao’t oe wrspper.
The United States of Amerlcu. Eastern
Division. Southern District of Georgia
By virtue of an order of sale. Issued out
of the Untied State# District Court for
the Southern District of Georgia, on the
sixth day of September. 1900. notice I*
hereby given that I will sell at public
B’ictlon. for cash, on Monday, the seven
teenth day of September. 19®. al 11 o'clock
a m.. In front of the Custom House In
Savannah. Ga., al the suit of Middleton
A Cos. versus Bark ’•Carl von Dobetn,”
and at the suit of Byuth Atlantic Towing
Company, versus bark "Carl von Dobeln."
the eakl bark "Carl von Dobeln,” her
bouts, tackle, apparel, and furniture, an
she now Ilea In the port of Brunawk-k.
Purchase* paying for papers and revenue
JOHN M BARNES. If. g. Marshal,
by CRARIJM J WHITE. Deputy.
Crovatt A Whitfield,
Sausay A SdUsay.
Garrard A Meldrim.
Proctors for Libellant*.
IN the City Court of Savannah. July
Michael A. Connolly vs Th# Atlantic
Contracting Company. Benjamin D
Greene, John P. Geynor and Edward H.
Gay nor Attachment.
To the defendant*. Tha Atlantic Con
tracting Company. Benjamin D. Oreene.
John F. Oaynor and Edward H Gay nor:
You, and each of you. are hereby com
manded to be and appear at the next
term of the City Court of Savannah, to
wit, th* November term, 1900. on the flret
Monday In December, during eald term,
at 10 o'clock a m , before the Judge of
said court, to show cause why an order
for the sale of the property levied upon
In the above entitled case should not be
Witness, the Honorable Thomas M,
Norwood, Judge of the City Court of Sa
vannah. Ihle loth day of September. In
the year of our lord. IMr>
WARING RUSSELL, JR..
Clerk City Court of Savannah.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTT.-
Notlce Is hereby given to all persons hav
ing demands against Lucinda William*.
It le of wild county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out. within the
lime prescribed by law. so aa to show
their charaoter and amount; and all per
sona Indebted to eald deceased are re
quired to make Immediate payment to mo
Savannah. Ga Aug. 13. 190).
Care Denmark. Adams A Freeman.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTT.-No
lle* I* hereby given lo all persons having
demands against Mary Ann Thru*, late of
said county, deceased, to present sham to
me. properly made out. within the time
prescribed by law. to ae to show their
character and amount; and all person* in
debted to said deceased are required to
make Immediate payment to me.
Bavancab. Ga.. July S. 1900.
JOHN J. BURNS. Executor.
X* TRACT MARIC
>1 os. A. Magnus
’ fl Cincinnati, O.
CLASSIFIED ADVEKI ISEMENTS.
"CHILDREN'S ItAIRCI TTINO” IN
the latest style by the Georgia expert
hairrutier and halr-dres-<T. Savannah
Hair, Jewelry and Shaving Supply House.
The place for fine wig*, toupee*, pompa
dours. bangs, switches, mustaches and
whiskers, for dally private use, also spe
cial niak—up for amateur and profession
al detectives Private theatricals, lodge*
and churches supplied. Mall orders
prompti> filed. Kintle's hair tonic sent to
ony address on receipt of 50 cents.
* I' SHOULD SEE MILLER'S FURNL
ture: newest style* for bedroom, dining
room, parlor. In oak. walnut and mahag
any; Millers price* and terms are rea
sonable 307 Broughton, west
~~YOI WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; It's rich and pure; try
MOO FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. C. I*. Miller. Agent
“tJ SHOULD BEE MILLER'S NEW
styles in eartiets, matting, window shades,
art squares, rugs, lata curtains, etc.;
Miller's prices and terms are reasonable
31)7 Broughton, went.
FINE RIC KFI El t’ — LaMB “aT' "BA
ker s," evrrjr day; beat of all othar meats
ir iTB KUOS YOU WANT, you can
get them cheaper from McGlllls.
KIMBALLS “ANTI-11 HE USIA TI C
rings; thousands using them and *ll ben
efited Gardner's Bazaar, agt
'SPECIAL, AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers; ladles' atse, at t 2.
J. W. Teeple.
itaThuys n7ce rattan ROCKERS.
latlles' size; large assortment of rockers,
couches and easy chairs. C. P. Miller,
■ M<-T IST I WILL MOVK To 111 WEST
Broughton. Ring up 3161 If you want to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage: t guarantee prices
the same ae I do the work that's given
to me A S. Griffin. 314 Broughton street,
west; mattresses made to order.
uThouLd ieb' millfk r OFFH'E
desks, ofllie tables, office thalra, office
matting, office shade*. C. P. Miller.
' FLORAL DESIGNS. I'ALMS AND CUT
flowers, at Gardner'! Bazaar, agent for
U WILL BOON MOVE AND ttVill
certainly nc**<l •amcthlng lr my line;
IT will uvfi money by trading wHh me C.
P. Miller, Agent.
M’OILLIH BELLA SIXTY-tNCH HUOS
—Smyrna pattern*—for 99 cents.
iron-Lin is cheap on *uos. netk
lace curtains, hammock*, water coolers,
pillow*, pictures, stove*, bedroom suites,
and fumttura of every dee rlpelon.
"GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN.
At Gardner’s Bazaar
iron.i.is lace curtains will
beautify your parlor,
I8 VOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
Stlffel A Freeman have a standing offer
of 91 .Out) for every safe of their make that
dare not preserve It# content*. On* safe
ws tn burning debris 111 hour* When
taken out, the hose hod to l>* turned on
It. When 'opened, not a page was dis
colored, not a record lost, rot a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Stiffen A Freeman safe. C. P. Miller,
.“see the - Jewel stoves and
ranges for sale by J. W, Treple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
~V SHOULD SEND YOUR ORDERS
for tuning and repairing pianos and or
gans to W P. Manning, with C. P Mil
ter. Agent; prompt attention to out-of
town orders C. P. Miller, Ageeit.
U'Gn-I.IS MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture; best work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no "Cheap-
U SHOULD IIS MILLERH STtiVhH
and ranges; the lost makes at reasonable
price*. C. P. Miller, Agent.
WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLIS'SIXTY
fnch 99 cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't help It; will sail In any quan
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARR.”
la a specialty with McOtlMe
~U SHOULD SEND ME YOUR Oft'
dereforupholsierlngparlorend dining room
furniture In leather, silk and other fab
ric*. In the beet manner; curled heir,
moss and codon mat tresses renovated,
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P Miller. Agent.
“PULLET BELTS.* 23C. RUCKLES. IOC;
aluminum shirt art, 10c, at Oardnr'a Ua
LADIES! CHICHEBTKRg ENULIBH
Pennyroyal Pills are the best. Safe, re
liable Take no other. Send 4c stamps
for particular*. "Relief for Ladles." In
letter by return mall. Ask your druggist
[ Chichester Chemical Cos., Phtlada.. Pa.
~HOW ARE TOUR FEET? IF YOU*
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relief; I cur* Ingrowing
nails, corn* and all dlaeases of the feet
without pain; charge# reasonable; can
give the best references In the city; pa
tients treated at residences; orders ran
be left as Livingston's drug store. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 253. Lem
Davis, surgeon chiropodist
_ —— ■ ■■ —-n
HELP \\ \TWO— M ALE.
ACTIVE MAN, BY ESTABLISH DD
house worth 1250.0®, dutlee. hiring help;
liberal salary and ex pen we advanced to
right party. Address William J. Uhl.
Manager, 723 Chestnut street, Philadel
"ioOcmiß - WANTED,~CITY TRADE,
on commission: party with side line pre
ferred. Address Commission. Morning
"WANTED. YOUTH 14 TOlf YEARS OF
age. to make himself generally useful In
office and ttore: must writ* fair hand.
Apply after 9 a. tn. at 414 Broughton
WANTED AT ONCE - YOUNG - MAN
with experience In the drug business. C.
W. Love A Cos., Blackahear. Ga.
"manager FOR branch' OFFICE
at Savannah, by old e*tahlt*h*d house;
salary tl® month; also liberal commission
on salsa: 9W cash and references re
quired. Address Box MI, Philadelphia. Fa
Hl’-I.P U %\TEl>— *1 %|*K.
g< in *ountry Apply 147 Farm Hire*!.
YoFnTT MKM -OTH ILL#! ■ 6TKATKt)
catalogue ex |>Ulna bow w<* teach barber
trade In $ week*; mailed free. Holer
liar her College. Hi Ixnita. Mo
IIBLI* w citi:i-.f:m4l K.
STENOGRAPHKK WANTED. YOi Nd
lady preferred, one to make themaelvea
generally unefui In uflicn work Apply to
Collins* llravfon St Cos
“WANTED, COMPETENT WARMER
woman to work on premium. Apply IMS
Itaberehani atrret, thin Tuesday morn- ,
lug at o'clock
\m Curt can eaaidy makblu
to s2*. !► i week by tia In her
locality, aiui an the iHwdiHm t pleasant
and profitable. I will rlm<llv vend full |>ar~ j
ttruUm to all. Thin la no d* e|Hson, even
your !pare nine la valuabli A<llr*im
Mra. Mar> I*'. Wheeler, 17 Waahlngtoti
Btvttl 00, HI.
ai.i.xrs w asted.
our live agent*, men or women, selling our
latest novelty, campaign waierpfool neck
• Ira. Good* entirely new and patented.
Agent# delighted. Sales ut.llml'ed What
others do. you ran do. Tkito 1* short
Write to-day and secure exclusive terri
tory. Guaranteed best seller. Address. I
with stamp. M A M Manufacturing Com
pany. Dept C. Springfield. Mass.
'AGENTS FOR IIENZIOER S~ MAGA
ztnn. the most popular Illustrated Catho
lic family mtgaslne; fit*) a year. Hells
fast,'s3s a week easy. Exclusive territory
given Address with references, H. ling
er Rrothrts, 36 Barclay stie-t. New York
“aoenth. general, to hell our
rubber collars, cuffs, from*, etc.; rellaoln
goods; largest commissions; big money
to hustlers American Rubber tTollar
Company. Spring Held. Mass
A COLORED GIRL WANT* BMI’.-OY
m. nt as chamler maid or waiter: guaran
ters gisnl work IJJ lloustoti stte--t. east.
- WANTED.* POSITION BY EXPERT
stenographer, bookkeeper amt all round
office man. Address Jay. Morning Newa
HDt SIC* WASTED.
'^wXsTd : n^rT7rm7CTTCidrTrrE^\dN
ter.from Oct. I. residence at Isle of Hop-*,
state location and rent- Box 30, this office
'TWO-STORY HOUSE WANTED
(with lawn or garden preferred), In good
location. Address Good Tenant, thl*
WANTED. FOUR OR FIVE ROOM
fiat. with conveniences. Housekeeper
W ANTED— Mise ELLA YEOSI*.
turpentine plant ready up, write
McQuatg A- Itearham, Orlando, Fla.
WANTED. TO BUY STANDARD
gauge Shay tram engine; g-lnrh faee
wh-els. IS trt 1* ton; In good running or
der Parks, Luckle 6 t’o.. Pendarvl*. Ga
“WANTED. ANY 51 AN HAVING A
hat that looks shabby and out of shape;
bring It to Wheeler, the hatter, and have
It made new again 4* Whitaker street.
“IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. OFT IT
from Springfield Dairy; It’s rich, pure and
ATHERS WANTED; MARKET
price |>ald for old feather bed* and pil
lows. all orders promptly attended, send
postal J L leaecs. Marshall House, Fri
day. Sept. H. last day.
IF YOU WANT A PLACTs TO DUMP
earth, dirt, astid. manure, etc., free ol
charge. Just al city limit*, hauling over
herd road write or telephone Brown
Proa., corner Anderson and Baal Broad
FOR RENT-TWO OR THREE OEN
tlemen ran secure pleasant rooms, neatly
furnished ami convenient to hath, with
private family, al 109 IJberty. west.
*FOR~~RENT. LARGE FERN BUIKO
room Just papered ami [Sainted. No. 2h
Oglethorpe avenue, east. *
TO* LET. FURNISHED ROOMS,
about ten minutes walk from business
center. Apply IN llaberaham.
ri.vm for hunt.
FOR RENT. ELEGANT LOWER FLAT
on the corner Jones and l.lnotn streets
to beautiful condition, every • onvinonce,
Ar-i-clar* order, dedtabl* locality, right
rent to right Itnanl. Eat. Salomon Co
hen, corner West Broad and Broughton
"to rent flat of FIVE ROOMS,
or singly; bath on floor; room* southern
SR Barnard, between Charlton and Martin.
'TO RENT DESIRABLE FLAT. WITH
hath; also two room* 3 Charlton street.
FLAT. SIX CONNECTING ROOMS,
with bath, first floor; Lyons block; suita
ble for any purpose John Lyons.
"to LET. FLAT CONTAINING FOUR
rooms nml hath; all conveniences. Apply
KOH HEAT—HOI IBS
HOUSES at. ALSO *l7 WALDBURG
street, east; perfect condition; every con
venience; tight rent right tenant. CG 99
the month. Est. Salomon Cohen, West
Broad and Broughton atreets.
“jtor RENT DESIRABLE SOUTH
front residence. 114 Duffy, west; hot and
THAT'DESIRABLE 'HOUSE - NO MS
Jon.* street, east: renovated throughout.
Apply W. A. Pieman'* drug store, Aber
'FOR RENT. DWELLING AND TWO
lots No. 9 Mrtupus avenue, near Bull
street, aeven dollars. I. D. I-a Roche.
"for RENT. DESIRABLE BRICK
house*, number 403 and 40* Huntingdon,
east; newly napered ami retired; with
all modern improvement*. Apply to E
C. Way. Bell Telephone, ISM
"FOR RENT. RESIDENCE HO BOX,
ton street, west; aeven rooms: all con
veniences; newly papered and painted. W
per month; leas* for one year. Apply to
J. T. Shuptrlne, corner Congress and Jef
— FOR RENT T6 - AN AfT’EPTARLF.
party, my residence, northeast corner First
and Drayton al reels. Apply C. W Howard.
No. KB Bay street, east.
"FOR HI NT. FIVE ROOM HOUSE,
Jones street between Montgomery and
Jefferson. Apply 107 Broughton street,
FOR RENT, STORE, 111 BROUGH,
ton street, east; possession Immediately:
also several drolrabl* residences an]
flats. Apply A. Wylly, 12 Bryan street,
"FOR - RENT SUITARLE FOR STORE
or ofllce, southeast corner Montgomery
and Perry street lane.
FOR RENT fill DESIRABLE
etor* and warehouse formerly occupied
by George VV Tledeman A Bra. corner
Bay and Montgomery street; In perfee*
order and condition; right rent to right
tenant; poaseeslon ran be given Immedi
ately. Eel. Rnlomon Cohen, corner West
Broad end Broughton street*.
all convenience#, over our store, 117
Brougotou street, west. Apply Sternberg
KOn a me— KRAI, ESTATE
FOR SALE. CORNER LOT. JUST
outside city limits. Adderss l-ot. this of
pop. SAl.f:. A LOT FOR TWO HUN
fired dollars, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. H.
Do rati t.
“for kale!"those"LOTfl 6n NINTH
street, near East ltroad, have only tern
sold lo first-class parlies, who will make
good neighbors; and none other can buy.
The terms are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other In tha vicinity.
C H Dorset!.
1 OH H All: I .O''lS ON NINTH. NEAR
Eii.d Broad, at I3uo each: will soon be
advancer! to 3335; w lien a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. H. Dorset!
*FOH SALK. IrOTB ON NINTH STREET
near East Broad; no city taxes, at Pff
each; twenty-five dollars cash, and easy
monthly payments C. H. Dorsett.
“residences and building ixvrs
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Tatem, real estate dealer. No. 7 York
WITCH HAZEL! THERE 1H WITCH
hazel ami wltchhazel One I- made to
cur*, the other is made to sell, put a
tool* of ours bp the side of on- of the
ot'sr kind, we give you all the quality
and all the quantity that your money en
titles you to—a pint (or a quarter l*r*e’s
Drug Htora, Henry and Ahncom. Whit
aker and Taylor
FOR SALE. AT A RIO DISCOUNT,
new National cash register No 7i> original
cost tarn This Is a bargain. Address Box
No. 2. Anderson. 8 C.
'M QI AIO HFACHAM WILL SELL
yon first class round limber, suitable for
mill or tiir|>entlne, for T> cents per acre.
FOR“SALE CHEAP, HtIHSE. *.•
cash. Aptilv 12>i llala-rshnm.
“COW* FOR SALE. IF YOU WANT A
good milk cow. reasonable, I can supply
you. Call 471 West Boundary
NXl.idl ACRES OF THE BEST ROUND
limber In Florida. Apply to Mctjualg fit
Its in ham. Orlando. Ida
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure tnuk; try II; you
will fl* *9t i • I
AMI I AND CYPRESS LUMBER FOR
aale 160.000 feet of ash suitable for wheel
wright* carriage makers, car works and
Interior house finish. Also cypress lumber
of all sites. We have resumed rutting our
famous brands of rvpress shingles and wUI
soon have a full line of them for sals. Vala
Royal Manufacturing Company.
IXIST AND rill'M).
IA >ST. BLACK BETTER HITCH Flip
py. blueiali gray markings; answer* to
name Nellie, finder ideas.- return to A.
L Well, 11 Broughton street, east.
lost, a pocKvrrnooK contain
Ing two Bank of England notes; some
American currency and a British pass
port Finder liberally rewarded on re
turning samp to Morning News office.
aLM MK.il nctoun.
EXCELLENT BOARD. GRAND
Views, greatly reduced rales for Ihe fall
month*. Address Box 108, Henderson
ville. N. C.
SAVANNAH ACADEMY- THE THllt
ty second annua! ssselnn of the Savannah
Academy commotres Oct. 1. preparation
for i-ollegn or lia|nea. s|*-ciil primary
and grammar school depariment. Apply
or 334 Butt afreet for catalogues and spe
cial terms John Taliaferro, principal
to your Interest to let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing new or old
work; repair work a specialty, aa 1 am
a practical plumber. No guess work to
endanger your life. Wdggtns. 'phone fO7.
Georgia or Bell.
HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adams Paint
“WK SELL SEWER PIPE, FLUE
pipe, fire clay, fire brick al lowest prices.
Adams Paint Company, tot Congress,
GYPHINE 1H Tin; BEHT WALL FIN
Ish made Adams 'Paint Cos., Savannah
agent*. 104 Congress, west.
CO HE B CS I
Snl fa, raiilujv} '77*4* H. i/1 IfAjj#’ H
NOTIT' t?tM~ Tn D CREDI
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-NO
tlc* la hereby given to all persons having
demands against Clara M Ellis, late of
eald county, deceased, lo present them to
me. properly made out, wllhln the time
prescribed by law. no a* to show their
character ami amount, and al! persona In
debted to said deceased are required to
make Immediate payment lo me
(TIARLES ELLIS, Executor,
IK Ray Street, east. Savannah, Ga.
Savannah. Ga.. Auguat It, 1900.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND ORED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Notlce I* hereby given to all persona hay
ing demand* agatnel Rosa Green, late of
said county, deceased, to present them to
me properly made out, within the time
prescribed by law. eo a* to show their
character am) amount, and all person* In
debted to said deceased are required to
make Immediate payment to me.
Bavannah. Ga . July V*. 1909
PATRICK O’CONNOR. Executor.
GEIL & QUINT
205 BROUGHTON ST., WEST.
ACCTIOA IfiLkt rtrrrttg DATS.
~GUAR D ALi?~
¥01*486 A DEM MO YD, Anctlessrsa.
Under and by virtue of an order of (ho
Court of Ordinary of Chatham county, I
will sell at public outcry, between thw
legal hours nf sale, on the FIRST TUEB
DAY OF OCTOBER. 1900,belng Ih* secaad
flat thereof, before Ihe Court House door
of Chatham nounty. to the highest aald
best bidder for cash, purchaser paying for
titles and revenue stamps, an undivtdad
half Interest In twenty-live ocrea of land
on the Ogees-hee mad at ifa Junction with
thr Charleston and Sa#mah Railway,
ami known aa the Milieu place on said
Ogeecbeo trout, with Improvement* there
on Mold for maintain*nec and support of
1.31 M A RKISF.N. Guardian
The owners of the other undivided half
Interest In property hove described wilt
sell for the same iwicc that the guardian
obtains for the tfiher half
YOU MAN* A DBMMOND.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. -
y am tflu: im:T*fAT piuipfirt*
11. IHIRIUCTT, AMPtiiiHcrr.
T'nrtrr nrul hy virtu* of ;n ord*r irrant
*tl by tho Honor.i!>)<• Court of Ordinary
of Chatham County. I will sell at
Court Holm** In H.tvannah* ilurtna th? u-
bourn of h.ilo. on Tmuwlay, Oot. 2,
tan for the pur(H>f of tho puyTn*nt of
nl for llNirthutlnn, th- foltowtny
property of the **tata of Barbara A.
Koch, d*c**i*cd: ThoiM* three oortaln
lot* of land In th* city of Bavannah,
known an lot* Noe 4. 5 and IS. Jonea
ward, wlfh Improvement* thefion. known
No* 3k. 232. 254 an I 2M, Keyooldi
afreet, anti Not. 223. 255 Arnold afreet.
T* rni* cash; purchaser paylna for titles.
JOB If KOCH.
A!mini*trntor Estate Barbara A. Koch.
Hi ROflt.ltT H. TATEM, Anetlnneer.
UNDER and by virtue of an ofider
granted hy the OrdlfMry of Chatham
county, Georgia. 1 will eel I at public out
cry before the Court House of Chatham
county. Georgia on Tuesday, Oct. 3. at
II o'clock, those three lots of land known
ae lots Nos. 1. 3 and 3. In ilull’a sub-dl
vlston of southern portion of lot No 3. In
tluck* tvtblng. Pervlval ward, being on
Montgomery street, extended, asst al>out
*l> yanis south of Twelfth street Term*
cash. THOM AS W.AI.SH
Guardian for Joseph O. Walsh.
CITY MARSH ALT BALM,
City Marshal's Office.
Savannah, Ga . Aug. It. 1900 .
Under a resolution passed In Council
Aug. 3, I*oo, 1 will offer for sale, at pub
lic outcry. In front of tho Court Itouev,
In the city of Savannah, on TUESDAY,
Ihe ELEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEM
BER, ttfin, between the legal hours of
Lot No. 28 Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised price. 52.6u6.(8.
Lot No. 28. Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised price. 33.ttXi no.
Term* cash; purchaser paying for BIQ*
and stamp#. JOHN POWER.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ADOPTED.
Extract from the minutes of Council
meeting of Aug. 8. 1900
lly the Committee on C||y Lot*—
Resolved That the marshal of Ih* city
of Savannah Is hereby directed to ee|l *t
public outcry to the highest and beat bid
ders. for cash, on Tuesday. Ihe lllh day
of Hepfemher. I*6. and at it o'clock a. m .
dly lime, Ida numbers twenty-eight (28>
and twenty-nine (29). In Thomas ward,
said city, belonging In the city of Savan
nah Upset price for ltd number 21,
twenty-five hundred <2.5001 dollars; for lot
number 3*. twenty-one hundred (2.100) dol
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
City Manthal’a ofllce. Savannah, (la,
B#i>t. A 190 J —Under and by virtu* of **•
ectittone for real estate for the year 1*99,
placed in my hand* by C 8. Hardee, city
treasurer. I will sell, a a required by tha
city ordinance, before th* Court House, In
th* city nr Havannah. county of
state of Georgia, between the lawful hours
of sale, on the first Tumday In October,
19®. the following property (tot and Im
provements thereon*, to wit: Each plena
of property (lot and Improvements there
on) levied on a* the property of the prroon
or persona whose name or namna Imme
diately precede the description; all of tha
eald property (lot and Improvements
thereon) Mutate, lying and being in tha
city of Havannah. county of Chatham,
state of Georgia:
Wm Brown, trustee, south half of lot
No. 54, Johnston ward,
C. W. Howard, lot No IS. Roppard
Patle Hopkins, east half of lot No. 13,
oub-dlvtslon lot No. 24. Kobertavllle ward.
John Smith, lot No t. aub-dlvlston lota
No 79. S3. 33. U. M. Choctaw ward.
Estate Michael Walan. lot No. 14. Choc
la w ward
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title
and stamps. JOHN POWER.
CITY MARSHAL’S SALE.
City Marshal's Ofllce, Savannah. O*,
September 4. 1909. Under ami by virtue of
execution* for pavlog. laying, reiwtrlng or
curbing sidewalks, placed in my hands by
C. S. Hardee, city treasurer. I will *etl.
as required by the city ordinance, before
the Court House. In the City of (havannah,
county of Chatham, slate of Georgia, be
tween the lawful hour* of sale, on th*
First Tuesday Pi October. 1909, the follow
ing properly Hot and Improvements there
on). to wit: Each piece of property Cot
and Improvements thereon) levied on as
the property of th* person or persona
whose name or immedi
ately precede tha description, alt
of th* eald property (lot and
Improvements thereon) situate, lying and
being In the City of Savannah, county of
Chatham, mate of Georgia.
C. Wallace Howard. Lot No. IK. Rep peed
Wan). Terms, cash, purchaser paying for
title and stamp*.
Empty Molasses Hogsheads (St
C. M. GILBERT & CO.