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ITS SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT.
IMKHKM'IM. IMontUTKII GIVEN
HI T II) HOITHKMX orncuu.
I*r sldent Heraael Iprarn Reported
in ihr IMbpLlioUpm I pun the K
i■■ 1.11• l> I> l of Ihr l.lnc Inin *•-
in n null and Ihr <natra.-tlon of
thr 1 n-ff l Hnrdeevllle—The
imlrr Will Ilf Umml-lril in Time
tnr llif Milnlrr Tonrlat I mill,
iiialhrra Will Oim a One-third In
irrraf In Ihr I nliiu Mntlon at la
.uuiiah lr% fln|ini.-nl of Ihr
south—Krrliibt mid I'oaseaalr hla.
if sixth annual report of the Southern
Railway. In pumphlrl form, has been Is
, J. President Samuel Spencer, In bla re
} ito the stockholders. rays:
In pursuance of the plan Inaugurated
I- the last fiscal year, by the purchase of
i- Carolina .Midland Hallway, the last
i mied eompnny. during the summer and
Mil of 1*99. constructed a cut-off between
payee (near Columbia), 8. C., and Perry,
8 * 31.12 miles In length, thus giving this
. impany the control of a dirci line of
r I from Columbia lo Allendale. S. C.,
neetln* there with the Charleston and
V - stern Carolina Hallway. Trackage
a, r.. menta were made with the Charles*
ii and Western Carolina Railway and
i- Plant System for the operation of
.s.Mhern Railway trains from Allendale
to Yemassee, 8. C„ and from Yemassee,
ft C„ Into Savannah, Oh.. Including the
ti-e of the Plant System terminals at Sa
vannah. This comiainy was thus enabled
to run Its own trains Into Savannah from
t is beginning of last winter's Florida pas
senger traffic, and the Florida service has
been since succeasfully operased over the
rrw route In connection with the Plant
8 •torn south of Savannah
Under the trackage contracts above
r-'erred to, provision was made
for the future shortening of
toe line. If desired, and the mod
i' -not! of the trackage agreements oc
uo.'dlngly. It has now been decided to do
this by the construction, by the Carolina
Midland Hallway Company, of a line
about 53 miles In length, from Allendale,
8 C , to Hardecvllle, S C., on the Plant
Svstra, and It Is expected that the new
lit. will be completed In time for next
winter’s Florida traffic.
To provide funds without creating
fi ding debt, nnd pending the permanent
finding of the cost of these properties
snd extensions, certificates of indebted
r.<ss. Itenrlng 4 per cent. Interest, were
tesued and sold In June last, as stated
con* iiukil for th construction of a n*w
union passenger station at Savannah. Ua..
!.l terminal tracks connecting it with
t.< several roa<t* entering Savannah. The
Southern Hallway Comptiny will own a
ore-third interest in th# property, and
v . enjoy equal rlgnte with other own
•e* in Its use and operation.
The development of manufacturing In
■ tries In the Smith, h*j* continued dur
| Ira the past year In a marked degree
!*pon the line* of thfe company, or
tributary thereto. 514 manufacturing In
dustries and plants were completed and
'-nan operation* during the year, Includ
Twenty-seven new cotton mills began
'(‘♦rations. equip|ed wiih 4.49s looms uui
- !.'•#* spindles, and having a combined
■ liiorl**. 1 capital of $3.44". OCR).
The equipment of the old cotton .mill*
Increased by the uddlMon of P. 449
io> rns and 57.U21 splndlea. the Improte
r t% having an < -Mmau .i value of st.-
b 125. ,
"Ire total Increase during the ycor In
the a parity of active cotton mills trlb
i utarv to this company's lines w.iv there
fore, 13 917 looms and 507,179 spindles, the
| additional capital Inveetcl being about
I Sl.’.nUO "00.
• Twenty-one knitting mills began opera
ti rs with estimated capital of 1594.000.
"There were put In operation during tlte
> .ir: Anew steel mill nt Knsley. Ala.,
capital, $1,000,000; anew wir* anil rod mill
hi hinder. Ala., capital. $3,000,000; an Iron
l l c plant. North liiriutngham Ala. ca|-
ital 1175.00 U. and fourteen pig Iron fur-
* went into blast.
"Four hundred nd forty-nine mlscel
-1 in* <nis Industries wre established and
I ut >n operation during the year, among
whu h may be mentioned thirty-nine fur
i Iture factories, 30 wood-working plants.
• lumber mills, 30 cottonseed oil mills,
l** flour mills and aeven canneries.
The year has beef) on* of uausual bua
b*s activity and growth in the territory
r-.i -hed by your company's lines.
The Iron and coal Industries of the
h uthem states have been still further dc
%*loped. and the large and modern steel
} int referred to In the last report has
• • ♦ n completed and put |n successful oper-
m nt Knsley. Ala. ft has now been
d* termlned by th** owners to n<tf) to this
Int 4 mill for the rolling of ateel rills,
<• industry much needed for the futi
• ’dilation of the products of Southern
furnaeea. and. If euci'essfully maintained.
, ‘ l much pos.-iblo icn. tit to the railways of
*’!• Southern states.
The improved price of cotton durihg
' V-r a* oimpnrel with that of recent
> * rg, haw greatly benefltted the entire
’"•ton producing section, the surplus stock
• previous years having been consumed.
"* •* *he farmers fortunntely having re
-1 ‘ived a full share of the advance.
A* pointed out elsewhere, the develop.
rn nt of cotton manufactures In the ftoutli
•* minus* upon a steady and substantial
1 **d*. and Is contributing largely to the
I ••merltjr of that section of country
The Increased business activity
throughout th* 1 country during the year
is* resulted, however. In a large Increase
in the cost of the operations of the rail
• ,Vw - both In labor and in materials used.
1 nf * ‘mfortuna’ely the railways could not.
n n;her consumers can. Increase the av
price of the tale article which they
lave for sale—namely, transportation."
In a comparison of statistics of freight
"nd passenger traffic, Third Vice Presi
dent and Cfeneml Manager Frank 8. Oan
• on ways:
The freight earnings Increased $3,215.-
I. or 19.07 per cent.
The number of tons of freight carried
Increased 1,9tt.534 tons, or 1d.44 per cent.
The number of tons of freight carried
“Aide Increased 371.739.3 W tons, or 19 34
1 -**r cent.
The average length of haul of freight
l r ton wns HM *2 miles In 19M and 1C4.11
ndles | n u<*9. „ n increase of 2.76 peT cent.
The average rate per ton per mile wrap
' *•? cent In 190" an compared with 925
• f n cent In the prevlotts year, a decrease
• ■ about 1 per cent.
The average earnings of freight train*
• * r mule run were $1 617 In lifc\ compared
v, h tat in ]S99; increase 10.44 per cent.
„ The passenger earnings Increased $172,-
* Vj - nr 2.1* per cent.
T he l-ainouD Aid to Safe and
1 h/ moth erg the wrwld over for nearly SO yean.
’ ''TRUMAN having opened a branchoAssin
-rn . .onwUiarakly redocea thacoatof t*M Jtjwfly
powders. Tliay aroyut up In fallow wrap
e n The trade mark, a gum lancet.
b on arary packet and on every powder, without
; 'leh none In gamilne A packed iwntoinin* nln#
W renta At your drugs**’ • or inaii*l
*y**peM ah rwvipt of price. Hand Ini\ booktat—
l/' -McUrrutfi | Vurirry Jtnetar ” Add re**
u J. a. Mm, %l TKK.
w**t ieVmwi Si., Uenuatowa Phlla., Pa
by LirPMAN BROW , Savannah, 0
. . - A -,ww :
for Infants and Children.
Castorin In n harmless substitute for t'KMor OH, Pare-
Kr*c, I>ro|s and Kootlting Syrup*. It i* Pleasant. It
eontains neitlier Opium. Morphine nor other Nureotin
Mihstanee. It destroy* Worms and allay* Feverishness.
It cure's IMarrlneu null Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
ing Trouble's and cure* Constipation. It "egulate's they
Stoma, h and llmvels, giving healthy and natural Mlet'p.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
y* Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
We print them by the thousand. We can
do it cheaper than you can, and get them
up in correct style. Under this head are
embraced Medical Journals, College
Papers, Magazines, Church Periodicals,
some Weekly Publications and Sunday
papers. No matter how far you are Irom
Savannah we may save you money over
your present plan. If you are interested,
write us. We cheerfully furnish estimates,
ii Ms Ji iiiiii
J. H. ESTILL, President,
-The number of puaeUim carried ln
<-r.•.,! 700,41*1. or 11.73 lr .Wil.
••The number of |Mnnnn carried one
mile decrease.! 10,41*'. 103, or 3.177 per rent
"The averaxe rate per imesenaee per
mile M 2.349 cents. a compari'd with
-jfi cents In the previous year, an In
crease of 5,7.3 per cent.
•The avrroe distance traveled by pass
eners was 45.22 miles, as compared with
50.74 miles In the, previous year, a de
creaae of 13.57> per cent.
"The average enrnlnas of passenser
trains per mile run were |UOI In IWO.
comiared with $1.1*33 In ltttH. a deereae' of
2.44 |>er cent.
"The disrease In the number of passen
ger, carried one mile (os attains! an In
crease of 11.73 tier cent. In the number of
passengers carried! and the Increase In
Ihs average rate per passenger per mile,
are due lo the lcais distance movements
o? a large number of I’nited Stales gov
ernment troops In IS*, at reduced rates.”
SHOWS 3ltM ADVWTIbI*.
Compendium Compiled by the Plant
System's Industrial Igesl.
A compendium of the resource*, attrac
tions and business opportunities along the
line* of the I‘lint System has Just been
complies] hv Mr. John 11. Stephens, indus
trial and Immigration agent of the system
Arranged alphabetically, run* the list,
and Industries, crops, possibilities and
whatnot appear In an order that admits
of Ihelr being readily found when a search
Is made. The book has 71 page*, and Ihe
Information conveys I Is valuable for any
who may contemplate seltling In Florida
or elsewhere along the Vlant System.
Of the bool, and Us purpose, Mr Steph
"This book has been compiled to meet
the demand upon the Agricultural and Im
inigrutlon Departmetii of the Plant Sys
tem. for the Information ns to the re
sources. advantages, attractions and £uel
r.es, opportunities offered and presented in
td by the ierrltory traverse,! by the line,
of Ihe System, ami to enable the hurepi
to morh successfully handle the many In
~dries being received from prospective
settlors and capital reeking investment.
•The territory traverse,! by Ihe Plant
System embraces Kastern South Carolina
Southeastern, Soul hern and Southwestern
Georgia, Southeastern Alabama, and the
entire peninsula of Florida, the heart
of the South.
"Florida In the natural garden of the
world, still holding her own and eshlhli-
Inga recuperative ttower unapproached by
any other state In the I'nton.
"The territory traversed by the lines of
the 'Plant System produces profitably
nearly all varieties of general farm pro
ducts of the T'nited State-, every
variety of fruits and vegetables
indigenous 40 the more northern latitudes,
as well as the entire family of citrus,
•tml-trfpical. and many of Ihe tropb il
fruits and veget ibles.
“The wonderful resource* of Florida In
agricultural, horticultural nnd indflstrlal
pursuits arc so many and varied, and tha
ovcnite* of profitable return upon ju
die toils Investment so grc.it. that It would
lake a much larger volume to go Into
specific details, therefore no attempt has
laen made in this direction, but we have
of necessity been confined to a mere out
line. In Mime instanees giving only the
rime and a very short description of the
product or Industry with it* potentiality
and last season's marketable output.”
Applications for coplea of this book for
distribution should he made to the Agri
cultural and Immigration llureiu of the
riant System of Hallways, and will re
ceive prompt attention.
PAR HOT AMI !■:! Til KM.
Aernnipllshert llird an Attrnrlloa In
the Plant flMre.
An addition lo the Plant System cliy
ticket office has been made In the ,ho:*e
of a red and green parrot, one of the
neighbors having sent the bird In to be
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1000.
cared for by City Passenger and Ticket
Agent E. A Armand. The parrot Is quite
a talker, and Is song bird as welt, Its
repertoire Ineludlng four or five familiar
tunes. Now and then tha bird will make
an observation that Is very apropos, con
vulsing Its hearers with laughter. The
other day a highly reapeetahk- lady of
middle- age was In the offiee to buy a
ticket. Her purchase having been made,
she turned to go. When nearly to ihe
door she was startled and shocked by
hearing someone say: "Hello, 8al." The
lady turned, but her gathering wrath was
dissipated when he saw that the parrot
was the offender. ,
The r linings of the Central of Georgia
Hallway l for ihe week ending Ihe third
week of August, were IbM.lkV against $97,-
148 for the corresponding week of last
year, anti $3 703.325 from Jan. 1. to the
end of Ihe third week, against $3,324,710
for the corresponding pertor last year.
HAH Til Kill I! 17,01tS WITH THEM.
And Almle Tilings l.taely tmong the
There were nixor* In the air yesterday
on the steamer Pilot Boy, which brought
a colored excursion from Beaufort. The
melee terms to have been general, or so
nearly 1 so, (hat there were some half a
dozen negroes rut. more or less seriously.
Th# tight took place after the steamer
had entered Ihe Savannah river and was
well on her way up to the wharf. An
soon as she landed, Information of the
fracas was telephoned ihe barracks and
Patrolmen Godbobt nnd Christie were sent
to investigate. They found that a nc*ro
named Cyrus Green, had hern seriously
cat having received a three-inch swipe
•croon the throat. Him they sent to the
Georgia Infirmary, while K. Johnson. Ed
ward Green, and Robert Roberlson wera
sent to the barracks on the charge of hav
ing a hand In the light. Latter Patrolman
Gndbold fount another excursionist,
Wni Gooding wlih a generou-i piece
of his ear missing, so ha sent
him In also. Johnson had been
so badly cut nnd mauled that It wan nec
es.iry to secure medl -al attention for him
after ha was taken lo He lock-up
l-ite |n Ihe afternoon. Just before the
Pilot Boy stalled on her return trip. Pa
trolman Godhold discovered Cyrus Green
In a hack at Whitaker and Bryan streets
on hie way to the boat In charge of some
of hie friends After getting hi* wound
dressed It seem* that he had waited until
iherc was Just sufficient time to ralch Ihe
boat and then skipped out His llttlsi
game was blocked by the policeman, how
ever. nnd Green was 10. led up to ap
pear e wllness this morning when the
case will be heard.
FOR A SHOOTIMG GALLERY.
A Itnnue (nr Small I sillier Weapons
Several gentlemen who are greatly In
terested In rifle and pistol practice met
last night at the arsenal of Ihe Savannah
Volunteer Guards lo consider a movement
for the organisation of an Indoor rifle and
pistol association. From the Interest that
was manifested. It seemed clear that there
wolud be something definite reeultlng from
Ihe next meeting, which will be held soon.
It I* proposed to form an association,
consisting of as many member* a* may
be secured from among the gentlemen of
the eMy who are Interested In shooting,
for night practice with 22-callber rifles
and revolvers. The distance will be Iflt)
feet, ns that Is about the limit of accuracy
for weapons of that caliber.
Some two years or more ago there was
a reduced-distance range established by
the Savannah Volunteer Guards on their
lot. The range was Mell equipped, but
ihe memher* of the Guard* never grew en
thusiastic. and It was use.l but little The
dtflbulty. It Is said, was he,ouse of the
cost of loading the ammunition for Ihe
Springfield*. This will he removed by the
use of the small calibre weapons, for
which reduced chargee will not have to be
In addition to the Indoor (hooting, with
rlfl. • and revolvers. It Is proposed to havo
the association father a movement to
muke outdoor revolver practice more pop
ular, aml this will mean work or the
rang, with the regulation 3-c!lbre wea
It has not yet been definitely ascertain
ed, but the promoter* believe they will
have no difficulty In securing the use of
the strip of ground running alongside the
arsenal of the Guards It wan tier,- that
the reduced-distance range of the tiuarda
was. and the place Is admlrabl) adapted
lo the purpose for which It Is desired.
Mr. IV McKinnon of Jerome ts a guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr, J W Oulland nf Statesboro ts a
guest of the Pulaski. '
Mr. J. J B. Morel of Bylvanla ts regis.
fered at the Screven.
Mr. J IV I>. nu. of Woodbine ts regis
tered at the Screven.
Mr*..A C. Hamrick of Columbia Is a
gin st of the Pulaski
Mr. W. W. Wilder of Brunswick Is reg
istered at the Pulaski
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Graham will
sail to-day for Italtlmorr.
Mr W W Wagnrr of Charleston Is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mr George L llsh! of Jacksonville is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mrs F Haskell left for New York yes.
terday on the Tallahassee
Rev M J Eptlng will leave to-day for
Newberry for a visit of ten days,
Mr. J J. l>ale returned from the North
yesterday on the City of Augusta.
Mr. J. W Jackson returned from New
York yealerday on the City of Augusta.
Mr. J A O. Carson returned from the
North yesterday on the Cpy of Augusta.
Mrs Annie Decker will leave vta the
Plant System to-day for White Springs.
Mr. J. 51. l.ang whs a passenger on the
City of Augusta from New York yester
Mr. T J Hyde nf Jacksonville was
among the arrivals at the Screven yester
Mr A. M Rohertsnn of Jacksonville was
among the arrivals at the Screven yester
Miss N. 1,. Smith of Wayrros* was In
the city yesterday a guest of the Pu
Mr. A. C. McAlptn of Bluffton was In
the city yesterday a guest of the Pu
Mr. and Mrs. W T Harrow left vta
the Plant System yesterday for New
Mls J Torbett was among the passen
ger* of the Tal!ahasaee yesterday for New
Mr. R. M. Hull was a passenger' from
New York yesterday on the City of Au
Mr. C D. Kline was a passenger from
New York yesterday on the City of Au
Mr. George P Smith of Brunswick was
In the city yesterday and stayed at the
Dr. A W. Quattlebaum of Statesboro
was In the city yesterday, a guest of the
Lieut. G R Maher and family returned
from the North yesterday on 4he City of
Mr II V Register and party of flve
left vie Ihe 8* aboard Air Line yesterday
for White Springs
Mis* Lilian E. Strickland was among
the passengers of Ihe TallahasSee yes
terday for New York
Mr James Freeman, city ticket agent
of the Southern, left last night for At
lanta for a very rhori vlelt.
Mrs. C. 111. McCall and son have return
ed from Walden Branch, after sp'ndlng
several weeks with relative*.
Mrs James H Hunter and family were
among Ihe passengers of the Plant Bys
t-m \e*trday for Mlllerton. N. T.
The many ftlendsof Jt>f*e H. P Brewer
of Waycros* will learn with pleasure that
he Is much Improved after hi* recent Ill
Mis* Jennie Bobbitt of Washington I*
standing a couple of weeks wtlh har
nephew. Lieut. G. B Maher. No. 112 Duffy
Mr. E. F. Vasehe. Mr* Mary Vasche.
and Mrs. Matilda le-Flock were among
the passengers yesterday of the Plant
System for Denver.
Mr*. M. L. Ztterouer. Mis* Marlon Zlt
trouer and Mia* Florrl* Holy have return
ed home after spending two months very
pleasantly ni Charlotte. N. C.
Miss Maud Etta WHkowskl will leave
to-morrow for Mllledgcvllle. where sne
will take a special course at the Georgia
Normal and Industrial College.
Mr. and Mrs. M I Frankenstein and
son*. Milton and Irving. Miss Julia Frank
enstein an.) Miss Henrietta Meyer re
turned home yesterday from Astwlllo,
N C.. having spent the summer at
Waynesvllle, Asheville and other western
North Carotins, mountain resort*.
IHiltsK PLAY Eillt IN THOI RLE.
Other 4 aec* Thai the Recorder \A 111
Hear This Morning.
Wm Smith and Francis McKay, two
white men were arreatrd last night on a
charge of malicious mischief preferred
by Caesar Miller, • colored hack driver
Sunday night, according to Ihe driver’s
story, he left hi* hack for a short lime
at Houston street and Perry street lane,
and when he returned found lhat not only
was Ihe hr.dle gone from the horse's
head, hut that the rein* were rut and the
whole harnew. otherwise mutilated and
damaged He thinks the men arrested last
night are the one* lhat did the deed, and
had them arrested. The ease will he heard
this morning In the Kecorder'a Court.
Mack Brown ws arrested hy Detective
Murphy churgol with burglary.
Adeline Thompson, colored, was sent In
,hy Detective Stark on the rharg* of the
larceny of a pockethook from a house In
which she was doing some' scrubbing
This I* nol the first time that she has
been srrested on surh a charge, and her
sent, nee will probably be one that will
keep her out of mischief for some lime
Manny Gadsden, colored, was sent In
hy Patrolman Frew of the Plant System
force on the charge of assaulting an-J cul
ling anoiher negro named P. Smith. The
wound ta only a alight one on the left
l ELECTRIC PASTE I
1 kills RATS. MICE. COCKROACHES ■
i and all other VERMIN, leaving ■
I no- odor. At M E
h Bugs I
■9 iMorif* ftriA Net# C* , S'to
W. ROSS GRAVENER,
RAILW AY AND WILL SI PI'LIES,
Provident Bull'iloc, havzonal), Oa.
I Eg Mrrnelh and <re,d medicinal value Don't lake the weak, eatery PM Ujl
KfJ Ejj 'tilth Dace I preparation* represented to be "the ame at" PONDS H H
■ Bfl EXTRACT They ReMrtllv tonUln “ wood alcohol," which Irritates ! f •
jj'J FI bet POND S EXTRACT, sold only In sealed Outlie, In ball wrapper., rljj E#
A BARGAIN IN SILKS.
Several thousands yards of Fancy Silks thrown on
our Center Table will be sold at Great Reductions.
You will find them very attractive at the uniform price
of EmL cts
Zero weather could not have produced a quicker
demand than we had for Blankets. Of course the
Low Prices did the work, the Duality did the selling.
The Blanket Sale Continues.
A $4.00 l ine White Wool Blanket at $2.09
A $5.00 l ine White Wool Blanket at $5 49
As7 00 California Woo! Blanket at $4.09
A ss.oo California Wool Blanket at $5.69
Clean White Blankets 05e and up to $22.50
See the Skirts and Waists.
$2.50 Black Walking Skirts now xit $1.49
$2.50 Braided Flannel Waists now at $1.50
SIO.OO High Clash Black Skirts now at $5.00
A few White Waists, clean Htock, A (.111, 50c & $1
$1.50 Infants' Fine White Dresses this week $1
S2O Ladies' Suits at $7.88.
75c Dress Goods, new styles and colors, at 40c
SI.OO Dress Goods, a handsome variety, at 09c
82.25 Finest Venetians, the latest shades, $1.49
Black Goods, always the best at lowest prices.
The Bilk Store of Savannah. “Alwayscomplete."
A Small “V Big Bargains.
ISr Pillow Casing HK' 17.50 Taffeta Pstilenats $3 W | Children's Parasols 2V
Host Bleach Hheetlng 55c 17.C0 Taff.-ia Waist* ll.l* Children's Usahrellaa ..T.V
Klanellettc Outing* lc lIo.SO TalTsia Waists . g.,** Ml™ Laundry Bags .....ISr
I.V- ChlMrsn's Hose ... 10<- IlS.in Ladles' Hulls... It Ntr l.aumlry Bag* 26c
Children'* li'dkerclilofs. Sc 16.00 Kubhrr Cloak* tt 3.1 Nice Htampsd Scarfs— IB-
Ladles' Handkerchief*.. Sc Marseille* (Jutlta $3 at* tl.'B l.lnsn Square* fl*e
M.iff* Handkerchief*... te sS<m Fine Umbrella*...tt.oo 11.00 l.lnsn Scarfs HO*
Chll-lrsn'a Vndcr bodies Sue OOr Msn's Shirt* S9- Ths Victoria Oorssts—gk-
Chlklrsn's M Waists., l&c * Msn's Hhirts 41 Ths It A O. Corse, *. 75<-
76< Infants' Cap-... 30> I! ' Msn's Hhlri* i>s<-,11.(iu Poi k'tl*sk* nt.... 7Sc
60c 1.1,1s Slocking* 2c Msn's Gloria I,'mhrsllo* 90-' Full Hiss Hhspts ISOs
Js<- Silk Rlhlmna 16c Msn a Fancy Ho*lery...2Sc' Hsmstlishcd Bhsst*
COME TO THE SILK SALE.
Prompt and Careful Attention to Mail Orders.
All Bargains as Advertised. No Disappointment.
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
STILL AT OLD POST OFFICb, •
With Great Bargains
In Summer Goods,
Such as Mattings. Mosquito Nets, Refrigerators, Porch
Awnings, Reed Furniture, Go-Carts, etc.
Closing out our stock of Buck’s Stoves and Ranges
The only Odorless Refrigerator.
FRENCH CLARET WINES, and
GERMAN RHINE and MOSELLE WINES
and FRENCH COGNAC BRANDIES.
All thee* tin* Wine# and Liquor# ora imported hy ua In glass direct from
tb* grower# in Europe. • • _ .
Our Bt. Jutien Claret Win# from Kvoreat. Dupont A Cos of Bordeaux.
France la on# of ihalr apeclaltlo*. Ood on* at extremely low price.
The Chateaux Leovli.e. on* of Ihalr superior Claret Win**, well known all
over th* '.trilled Slates.
We also carry In bond Claret Wt .#* from this celebrated Arm In casks.
Our Rhine and Mow!l* Wine* are hnimrted from Marlin Douts, Zmnk
ftort Germany, are the beat that com* to the United Btutea.
BODENHKIM le eery fine and cbaip.
NIERHTEIN also very pwd.
BUriKBHEIM very choice. '
RAUIBNTHAL. nelectad grape* very elegant
LIEHFRANMILCH. quite celebrated
MABCOBRUNNER CABINET Geaahi and rsra.
YOHANNIBBUHOER I* p#rf-Mon.
BPARKLfNG IKK’K SPARKLING MOBBLt.E. BPARKLINO MUSCA
TBLLE. and FINE FRENCH COGNAC BRANDIES
Special Brandies are Imported dlr.Ot from Franc* by ua. In ***** and cask*
. LIPPMAIS brothers.
,!*. ni* *4 tor iinn.laral
rrtutn. or übereUoa*
.f raurea, memhr.nee.
PsutleM. end not Mtrt>
(eat or ynteenom.
hold by Drwitm,
or sent In plain np*f,
hr ..pro. nre*ai‘t. lot
tt m. or 8 l-.tfl-.; ft. 7S.
Ctremise sent an nahft
J. D. WEED t CO
Leather Beltiot Steam Packing & Hose.
Agent* for NEW YORK RUBBER
BELTING AND PACKJNO COMPANY*
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank book* from
Morning News, Savannah, Ua.
Seed Oats! Seed Rye!
Texas Ruel Proof Oat*. Coatt-ralsad
Rye. Cow Feed. Hay, Grain. Bran and
Feed* of ali kind* for stock end poultry.
T. J. DAVIS,
Telephone 223. lift Bay street, west.
; I injection.
I; A PERMANENT CURE j:
| I of the moat ohetiiutr cases of Uonorrhm* i ’
i ' and (Jleer, gaanntewl In from 3 to and ' ,
i days; Do i.’her treatment required. i
j i Bold by >ll druggists , '
Ocean Sieainsmo 6a
New York, Boston
Vnsurpa.srd cabin aci-ommodallona All
ths comforts of a mwiari) tiotsl Klactrta
lights, t’ro-x* sli.4 (able Ttcksta IncluOs
msals and bsrths aboard ship.
fares Horn .savannad.
TO NKW YORK -FIIIBT t’AHIN. *2O;
fikht cabin round trip. wj. in-
TKRMKDIATK CABIN. *ls. intkrme-
DIATK CABIN ROUND TRIP, |ii
TO BOSTON FIRST CABIN. *:
FIItHT CABIN ROUND TRIP. I !N
--TI-.'ItMKDIATK CABIN. 117; INTKHMB
DIATK CABIN ROUND TRIP. *3Uk
HTKF.RAOE. 11l 76
Tha sxprsss st.>amhlpa of this lln. ara
apiiolntsd lo .all from Havannah, Control
(With) msrld in tlms. as ‘ollows:
OAVAMVAH 1 SIfW I'OHK.
CITY OF AtJGUHTA lap' Dnggstt.
TUESDAY. 8, pt 11. ;J p m
NACOOCHEB, < 'apt Hmlth. THURS
DAY. Hspt 13. k.-O' p. m
KANSAS CITY, Capt. F.shsr, SATUR
DAY, hspt 13. 10 00 p m
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. C"Pt Bsrg.
MONDAY Hspt 17. ml noon
TADDAHAMKE. t'ap>. Asktn*. TUES
DAY. r'opt. I. I:" P m
CITY OF AUGI'HT 4. Capt Daggstt,
THURSDAY. Hspt SO. *1) p m
NACuOCHKF Copt Hmlih, SATItR
DAY, Hspt K tOO p m
KANHAH CITY. Capt Ftsher. MONDAY,
hspt St. 6.00 p m
CITY OF BIR.MINOHAM, Capt, Bsrg.
Tt ÜBDAY Hpt. :s *3O p m
TAI.I.AHAhHEF. Capt. Aaklns, THURS
DAY 8-pt 27 P m
CITY OF AI'OUHTA. Cap' Daggntt,
HATT'RDAY. Hspt 59 *1 p m.
U; milk TO ItoaTlt*.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Havaga. FRI
DAY. Hpt It. noon
CITV OF MACON. Cap' Havags. WED
NF.HDAY. Hspt 19. nc*n
CITY OF MACON Capt Havags, MON
DAY. Hspt 24 noon
CITY OF MACON, Capt Havags, FRI
DAY. Hspt SO. noon
This company rsssrvs* ths right to
Chang* H* sailings without nolle, and
without liability or accountability there
Hailing* New York for Savannah dally
amrspt Sundays, Monday* and Thursdays.
•HO p m
w O DREWKH. City Ticket and Pass
enger Agent. 107 Hull street, Havannah.
E W SMITH. Contracting PretgM
Agent Havannah. Os.
R and TRE&EVANT, Agent. Savannah.
WALTER HAWKINS. Genera! Agent
Traffic Dsp't. 534 W. Bay street. Jack
E, H HINTON, Traffic Manager, Sa
P E tit FEVRE. Superintendent, New
Pier SS, North River New York N T.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
HAV ANA All TO RALTIMOHK.
Tickets *>n sale nt company's officaa tai
tha follow If ut i—mia ai v-ry low rata*.
ATLANTIC CITY. N J.
BALTIMORE. MD BUFFALO, N T.
CHICAGO, ILL, CLEVELAND, O.
HAGERSTOWN HARBIBBURO. PA.
HALIFAX. N 8
NIAGARA FALL*. NEW YORK.
Firs! -class tickets Include meals and
slata from berth. Savannah to Baltimoro.
A< cmmodatlona and cuialna unequalod.
Freight capacity unlimited; careful hul
ling and quick dispatch.
Th# steamships of this company are ap
pdntad to from Savannah to Balti
more a* follows (standard tlmel:
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foater, TUESDAY,
Sept. U. **> p. m.
TEXAS. Capt. Eklrldg*, THURSDAY,
Sept. 13, <>“ a. m.
I> H. MILLER, (’apt. Patera. SATUR
DAY. Bept 1&. U m
ITASCA. Capt- Dlgga, TUESDAY, Bopt.
IK, IJ p. m
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Foster. THURS
DAY. Sept. *O. 4:4 F m
TEXAS. C'apt. Eklrldg*. SATURDAY.
Bept. 22. s:* P m
And from Baltimore Tuesday*. Thurs
days and Saturday* nt IrO p m
Ticket Office. J* Bull atreel.
NEWCOMB COIIEN. Trav. Agent
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
W P. TURNER. O P A
A D. BTKRRINB. A. T M.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Officen. Baltimore. Md.
L l S l Of HOPf ft *llO a J i R 7
•i HI.Ill I.fc.
For lala of Hope. Montgomery. Thunder
bolt, Cattle Park and Waal End.
Dally except Sundays. Subject to eftaogg
~ IBLE OF HOPE.
Lv. City for 1 of ri.| Lv. tai# JTWSjSt
I M> am from Temh *>u am for Bolton
730 am from Tenth I (09 am for Tenth
lam from Tenth j 7 am for Tenth
t IS am from Bolton j 0 06 am for Tenth
10 10 am from Tenth |K> Wam for Tenth
UOO n n from Tenth fit hi am for Holloa
1 Ift pm from Holton ju 30 am for Tenth
230 pm from Tenth | IDo pm for Tenth
330 pm from Tenth j 2 40 pm for Holloa
3u pm from Tenth j 340 pm for Tenth
IM pm from Tenth I4 tt pm for Tenth
030 pm from Tenth I*o* pm for Tenth
T3O pm from Tenth | 700 pm for Tenth
1 10 pm from Tenth tOO pm for Tenth
•10 pm from Tenth >OO pm for Tenth
10 hi pm from Tenth 10 00 pm for Tenth
II 00 pm for Tenth
Lv city for Mong'ry. 7 Lv Montgomery
3M am from Tenth I 7 Ift am for Tenth
** pm from Tenth lIS pm for Tenth
ft h) pm from Tenth |ftoo pm for Tenth
Lv city for CarPark!~Lv ~Cnttle Park.
0 M am from Bolion | 7 90 am for. Bolton
7 JO am from Holton | I no am for Holton
1 00 pm from Rollon 1 1 30 pm for Bolton
*to pm from Bolton | I 00 pm tor Bolton
7 0> pm from Bolton j 7 M pm for Bolion
•oo pm from Bolton fft K pm for Bolton
Car leaves Bolton street Junction IN
a. m. and every thirty minutes 'hereafter
until 11:10 p. m
Car leaves Thunderbolt at oon a m. and
every thirty minutes thereafter until
12:00 midnight, for Bolton street Junc
FREIGHT AND PARCELT-Aa
Thl* cr carries trailer for passenger*
on all tripe and leaveo weal side of city
market for late of Hope. Thunderbolt
and all Intermediate point* at 900 a. m..
10) p. m . 1.00 p. m.
Leave* lale of Hope for Thunderbolt.
City Markeft and all Intermediate point*
at ( 00 a. rn . 11:00 a. m.. 2:00 p. at.
WKMT KND CAR
Car leave* wc*l aide of city market for
W*t End I a. m. and every *> minute*
during tha day until UAO p, m
Leave* West End at ft. 39 a. m and ev.
ery 40 minute* thereafter .luring the day
nnttl 12:00 o'clock midnight.
H. M. LOFTON. Oen. Mgr.