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Internally Hadway's Ready Relief in
water will lit a lew momenta cure
Cramp*. Spasma. Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Malarial Fevers, Stck Head
ache, Colic. Flatulency and all Internal
Externally for Rheumatism. Neuralgia
Sciatica. Hptalns. Bruises Mosquito tilt.*.
Stings of Inserts. Sunburns. Burns. Tooth
ache. Headache. Palnn In the Back, the
to the part or parts sfTected will In
stantly relieve and soon cure the suf
ferer of these tomplab ts. Hold b> all
RtllHlY CO., few York.
WANTS OFFER RENEWED.
*>T VTK Ik REYDY TO HEAR KHI'M
THE ATLANTA RAILROADS.
(.net Year the Hallrnada Entering
That I Hr tgrerd to Pay a Heatnl
of A Per rest. I pa the Inst to tlar
Mnle of New I sins Depot—Ff
fori to tlet a lull to Itollil Tlirnoah
the legislature t'atled—offer of the
■loads Old Not Hold l.ttod After
Jin. I, Last, nail the State Manta
It Made Asolo— Tide Mn, Meao n
New Util Before the Leglalnlore.
President John M. Egun of the Central
Rsllrond returned yesterday morning
from Atlanta, where he attended the dts
i usslon before the Governor of the fa
mous Atlanta depot case. The lines In
terested In the present union station were
represented, and the merging may result
In n restoration of the mailer to the
phase ll assumed at the close of lasi year.
The railroads believe the slate should
build the depot In Atlanta. Mr. Egan
says the public generally falls to catch the
idea and that It is commonly misunder
stood. H*. in common with other rail
road men whose lines now use the union
depot, believe the slate should build be
cause it owns the tract upon which the
A proposition was made to the state by
the railroad* last year that was not ac
-pted. This was that the state should
build the new depot. The railroads, for
thetr part, would agree to share among
them an annual rental of 5 per cent, on
the investment, allowing 1 per cent. ftvr
Some of the members of the last Legis
lature adopted the broad view that the
date would be benefited by anew depot,
n? It would be upon Its property, which
Is ore of the most valuable tracts in At
lar.ta The depot site and It* approaches
ftem one side are assessed at fgfo.no) in
the lease held by the Nashville, Chatta
lo- a-i and St. Louts on the Western and
A totic, the state road, upon which 5
per cent, I* paid the state. To build a
tew depot would be but to add to the
n,.ue of the property leased, and the rall
would pay & per cent, for the priv
l>*t of using the build.ng.
A bill was introduced In the Legislature
to tpuroprlate money for the erection of
the depot. Principally through the tn
; rumenlnttty of Mr Joseph Hail of Rlbb
ccuT. y. the measure was defeated. Tne
■fi r of the railroads extended only to
J:n I I*oo. so !ht the incident was prac
ti. illy c.osed in so far as they were con
Tee Depot Commission, however, want
• I mother contdderatlon of the mailer.
The meeting of day before yesterday was
called, and II ivas then decided io grant
i railroads until Ort. 5 to determine
w ther they eared to repeat Ihelr offer af
i t year. It Is believed they will do
It Is understood to be the purpose of
• tne interested In the nuttier to bring it
before ihe Legislature again. It will he
i ■ cessary, probably, to get a special ap
propriation to build, ns the cos! will he
eotnethlng like $303,000. The railroads. If
the plan currlee. will be given a clianfc
to examine the bill, and it will Is- made to
secord with their views The roads were
i.ot given an opportunity to see the bill
thai resulted futllely last year.
MR. LE FEN HE APPOINTED.
Circular Mill Nr Issued From the
Office of Ike President.
From the office of Presidanf John M
Egun of Ihe Central Railroad and Ihe
Ocean Steamship Company will be Issued
to morrow the following circular:
Effective this date. Mr. P. E. LoFevre
lias been appointed manager of the Ocean
Sb amshlp Company, with heatlquarler* at
Pier *5. North Rtver. New York city.
Mr will have charge of all
departments (except the traffic depart
ment) und his Instruction* to officer* and
mployes under hi* Jurisdiction will be re
spected and obeyed.
(Signed) John if. Egan. President.
A* Indicated In the rlrrular. the ap
pointment will he effective to-morrow
Mr. LeFevre will then assume charge of
the several departments, except thai of
train, which, for the present, will prob
ably lemain In the hands of Traffic Man
ager K. 11. Hinton of the Central Rail
road. where It has been for some two
years. R is the Intention to separate the
traffic deportments of the two companies,
but ihe traffic manager for the steamship
company ha* not yet been determined
uton. The names of several gentlemen
ore being considered In connection with
the position, but President Egan said
yesterday that no definite conclusion had
b' en reached.
Mr. R. G. Trexevant will remain Ihe
Joint agent of the Ocean Steamship Com
pany and the Central Railroad at Savan
nah Nothing has been m.ule known of
any Intention to make the agency of the
two companies separate.
That Pram Charleston to Wayerosa
Mill Re Mr. Wright*.
The Plant System division changes. a
announced by the Morning New* Sunday,
al l be made on Oct. I. MaJ. Gadsden will
then retire from the position of superln
'e: <>eni of Ihe Charleston anti Savannah
division, and Mr. W. H Wrlghl. Iraln
tna-ier of Ihe second division, with he.ad
■ciarters at Waycross. will succeed him
Mr Wrlght'a headquariers will be In Sa
vannah. and he will operate the division
given up by MaJ. Gadsden, with the ad
dition of the line from here to W'aycroes
The branches between here and Charles
ton win etui be Intruded In the division
Mr. Wright Is widely known among till
-1 and man, end his promotion on the Plant
System it richly deserved He has always
"en recogntxrd as a matter of the art of
running trains and the ability he has
*hown In that line will doubtless extend
•o the superintendence of the Important
division to which he has been assigned.
The Seaboard Air Line la Arranging to
I ran big excursion Into Savannah on
| -*• l from the Weal. It It expected that
I the passenger, will be aatbered from all
■ long the line of Ihe Georgia and Ala
! *t>d Traveling Paaaenger Ag< nt
Huber la looking for a great crowd This
will be the Seaboard's Harvest Excursion
from that secilon
REAL ESTATE MEN ORGANISE.
Mill Petition < ssarll To-night That
They Not Re Required tu Puy an
The real estate agents of Ravann ih
will prearnt to the city to-night a petition
asking relief from Ihe propoeed tax of
f!5 which recently R has been sought to
collect from alt of them who negotiate
loan* while doing the business In buying
and selling property.
The agen's claim that they are now
among the highest and most taxed of any
of the businesses in the city. Besides a
tax of $S> for the right to collect rents,
they hsve an additional license of $75 to
pay for the privilege of buying and sell
ing real estate, while to sell the same
class of property at auction requires the
payment of only $25. and. should the auc
tion sales Include the eale of merchandise
there ts yet an additional tax of another
This stare of affairs Is bad enough, sa.d
one of them yesterday, hut now II Is
•■ought to change the ordinance under
which form (or $75. we were allowed to
buy and sell property and negotiate
loans, in such a manner u to made the
negotiating of loans a separate business,
and subject to an additional specific lax
of $75 "Me are not trying to be relieved
of a tax." he sold, "but trying to pro
vent an additional tax being put upon us."
Continuing. he said that the raininess of
negotiating lean* was su much a par:
of the a dual buying and selling of prop
erly that, practically, all sales were made
'•itb the understanding that the agent
of the property would negotiate loana for
the payments. "If we got anything out
of It for our services In the matter." the
gentleman continued, “it would be differ
ent, but in the far greater number of
rase* this work goes for nothing, a* the
agent has to do It in order to make Ihe
sale. Title is eo generally the case that,
should a tax of $75 be levied on the busi
ness, It would be in a number of oases,
more than the actual amount of money
secured from the business that 1* taxed.
"Anyway you put the matter," said an
other dealer, "the thing Is wrong. We
represent now the Interests that bear the
burden of luxation. Again, the transac
tion* of our business are a distinct ad
vantage ,o the city, for we tiring out In
vestment* >of various kinds many sums
of money that otherwise would not be
lit Into taxable property
The real estate dealers say that they
have effected a permanent organization
that Includes In Its membership nearly alt
of the firms tn their business In this city.
They have elected a chairman and a sec
retary. but are not yet’ ready to make
public their names.
HDD FELLOW* HONOR A GEORGIAN.
Hob. J. H. linndnln I nnntrannely
Elected Deputy Grand hire.
The second highest office in the gift of
the liwlependent Order of Odd Fellows,
was yesterday. In Richmond, bestowed by
a unanimous vote, upon a Georgian. Hon.
John B. Goodwin of Atlanta. The posi
tion I* that of deputy grand stre of the
Sovereign Grand Lodge. The Information
va* received yesterday by Mr J. S Ty
-on. secretary of the Slate Grand Lstdgc
of Georgia. In two telegram*, one from
Mr. C. H. Dorsett of this city, and the
other from Mr. Jacob IVpperman grand
master of the Alabama ledge. His men
age read as follows: "Many congratula
tion* at Goodwtn'a election. Hurrah for
Hon. John B. Goodwin I* a native of
Cobh county, this state. In early man
hood he moved to Atlanta, and cradled
law. Soon after his admission to the tmr
ha attained an enviable reputation in hi*
profession, and is to-day one of Ihe lead
ing lawyer* of North Georgia.
He has served two term* as Mayor
of the city of Atlanta, and as many as
city attorney: he has also served a full
term tn the Legislature.
M'hen quite a young man he Joined the
Independent Order of Odd Fellow*, be
ormng n member of Capital Lodge No. ou,
which is now Ihe large*! lodge in the
slate. Very much of Its success is due to
He entered the Grand Lodge a* n rep
resentative at Daßon In 1*73. In 1*79 h
was elected grand master, a position that
he filled with distinguished ability. In
lltsn. he was elected a grand reprraentatlve
to the Sovereign Grand Lodge, ami ha*
been continuously re-elected eoch term
*lnoe that time.
In I*BB, he waa made chairman of the
Committee on Appeals in tha’t grand body
•ami ha* been re-nppointed every year
since, exi-ent once, when he was absent
on Important government service tn the
Two years from this time he will 'ae
elevated to the highest office known to
American Odd Fellowship, that of grand
To-day all Georgia Odd Fellow* are re
joicing. congratulating Mr. Goodwin
themcelves, and Ihe stato.
FOR GALVESTON 111 FFKHEH*.
Total Ntaonat of anbaertptlone to
The following additional subscriptions
to the fund for the Galveston sufferer*
were rtcMvtd at the City Exchange yes
C. J. Eaton 1 tin
W. W. Sheppard 2 00
IV H Ftaher 200
Employes of the Mutual Gas Light
Company II 25
Oliver S. Nichols 10 00
John D. Robinson 2 on
John Kelly io on
Cash 1 oo
Sergl. Leonard 3no
James T. Well* 5 00
T A Bryson 300
Mrs Levy J Myers s>
Mrs. C. C. Cambridge 50
George Turner 5 oo
Total to date. $5.3*2.33.
SLASHED HER AHM M ITH A KNIFE
Two Colored Mnmeu Hud a Fight
nod One la Moaadrd.
Ella Freeman, colored, waa assaulted
and cut last night a* Liberty and West
Broad street* by a negro woman named
Rosa Jenkins who was arrested by Pa
trolman Bosiwlck and sent to Ihe bar
rucks. The wound was made on the arm
and I* n <>* of * dangerous character
though It took four aikrhe* to clone It.
K0SlH!tl& £“ ““
. A ferer
K*TOH*CHaar e'etnarh I,la
B ITtE&* ;r,. nj?
THE MOUNT NG NEWS: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1900.
r- is |svi
cd by the vari
ous members of the I
All grocers sell these
famous biscuit and wafers.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
PROCLAMATION—State of OcorgU.
Executive office. Atlanta —Submit tin,*?
conotltutional amendment regarding pen
pione for the wldowji of i. *onfederate ol*
er to a vote of the peopL t th next
!VVri'i, the gencr-il aiwmbly of
poprefi by m con.Htltuilonal niajorlty this
following net, to-w lt:
"An net to amnul pection 1. article 7.
paragraph 1, of th i’ont(l(u(lon of Geor
gia, so m to rxtenil the provlftlona of
smll section, article him! imragraph to la-*
wuiowrs of <?onfederute aoklKre, who, by
r<eeoi of ag< ami poverty, or infirmity
and poverty, or hlindnc** nml poveriy.
are unable to provide # living for them
•elvee. and for other purposes."
flection 1 He i*. ena veil by the general
asemhly of Georgia, ami H la hereby an
arted by authority of the aame. that aec
:k>n 1 article 7. paragraph 1. of the con
stitution of Georgia be. and the Fame la
hereby amended by Inserting after the
tvord "aarvlce” in the thirteenth line, the
following tvorda. "Or who, by reason of
age ami poverty, or infirmity and poverty,
or bllndne*< anti poverty, are unable to
enrn living for shemeelvep." to that
•aid *ection. when no amended, will read
a folJowfi. 10-wm “To supply the aol
dlera who lost .i limb, or UmL* In the mil-
itary service of the Confederate etatef.
with substantial artificial limbs, during
life, and to moke suitable provisions for
such Coo fad orate enMiertf n may have
been otherwise dtffnMrd or permanently In- .
Jured tn ruch service; or who may. by
reason of ag am! poverty, or infirmity ;
and poverty or blindness and poveriy. ora i
unable to provide a living for themselves,
and for the widows of such (’onfeileratc
soldiers as may hove died in the service
of the Confederate states, or since, from
wounds received therein, or disease <*on
trarted in the service, or who. by
of age am! poverty, or Infirmity and pover
ty or blindness and poverty, are unable
to provide a living for thtnudvM; provid
ed Gmi the act shall only apply to such
widows as were married at the time of
such service, and have remained unmar
ried since the death of such soldier hus
8-c. 2. Re it further enacted, that If
this amendment shall he agreed to by two
thirds of the members of the general as
semhlv. of each house, the sum** shall be
entered on their Journals with the yeas
and nays taken thereon, ond the Govern
or shall cause the amendment to be pub
lished In one or more of the newspapers
in each congressional district for two
m*ifh* immediately preceding the next
genera! election, nml the same shall be
submitted to Ihe people at the next gen
eral election, and the voters thereat shall
have written or printed on their tickets.
"For ratification of section 1. article 7.
paragraph 1. of the constitution of this
state." or "Agatnst ratification of section
1. article 7. paragraph 1. of the constitu
tion of this state." as they may choose;
and If • majority of the electors quallfb <1
to vote for members of the next general
assembly, voting shall vote in favor of !
ratification, then said amendment shall ;
become a parr of said article 7. secilon 1.
paragraph 1. of the constitution of thin
state, and fhe Governor shall make procla
flection 3 repeals conflicting laws Ap
proved December 21. IW9.
Now. therefore. I. Allen D. Candler.
Governor of said stale do Issue this, my
proclamation, hereby declaring mat the
foregoing propoeed amendment of the con
stitution Is hereby submitted, for ratifi
cation or rejection, lo the voters of this
slate at the general election to le held
or. Wednesday. Oct 3. I**> as provided
In saWI act. ALLEN D. CANDLER
By the Governor. Governor
J. W WARREN,
fleerctery Executive Department.
BTATK OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM
County—To Maty Louisa Kill* Lillis
Horton Waring and Char he Kills of said
county and state. Fredr.ck Horton Kills
of UGranF. 111. <*arl Nelson Brandt,
Carl Kills Brandt and Erdmann Neumas
ter Brandt of Hot Hprlngs. Bath county.
Virginia Charles Ell s having as execu
tor applied for the probate In solemn
form of the last will and testament of
Clara M. Ellis, late of raid county, de
raasd. and having mad* known to the
court that you are the sole heirs at law
of said testatrix, you are hereby cited to
be and aj>pear at the next November term.
IKK) it 10 o'clock a m a* *aid term of the
court of ordinary of Chatham county, a*
the said will of the said Clara M Kills
will Gun and there be offered for probate
In solemn form and for record and appll
catlcn for letters testamentary will be
considered snd passed upen
HAMPTON L FERRILL.
* Ordiaary C. C., Gw
Attest FRANK K KEI LEACH.
Clfrk Cl. Or dy. C. C.. Oa.
~~ JOHN C. BUTLER,
Faints. OU. ano Otaw.
and Butlfien. ffupiw*■ *f a nd. L, * coc ?-
tie. Well Paper, Toi+gn aad
Cement*. Urn*. e*#<| 12* ” !
Atr**>t ,nT Ak-ntln* water Patet
m CoomeM etreet. w*et and U M. JktlM 1
I.Lt.AI, BOTH Kt.
GEORGJA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Notice la hereby given to ull persons hav
ing df minds against John llarriaoti, tale
of i-alii county, daceased, to present th m
tt/ me. proje-rly mad** out. within the
time prescribed by law-, so as to show
their character and amount; and all per
rons Indebted to said deceaaad are re
quired to make Immedlatt i*>m*nt lo
me. BORER 14 TATF.M.
Executor, 7 Y r ork strset. west, flavannah,
Havannah. Ga . Bept. 4. l?dk>
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTT-
Wherear. Jordan F Hrooks has applied
to the Court of Ordinary for letters of
admlnlat ration on the estate of Don
These are. therefore, to rite and ad
monish ail whom It may concern Lo be
and appear before said court to make ob
jection (If any they have) on or before the
first Monday in October next, otherwise
Mid letters will be granted.
Witness the H0..0 ab e 11 tmpton L. Fer
rftll. ordinary for Chath.im county, this
the 4th day of September. JflOi*.
FRANK K KEILHACH.
Clerk <’t, Ord'y. C. Cos.
Seed Oats! Seed Rye!
Texas Ruat Troof Oats, Coasl-iatsed
Rye. Cow Feed, Hay. Grain, Bran and
Feeds of all kind* for stock and poultry.
Telephone 223. 113 Bay atraet, west.
tfss Stf €4 for tint talar*!
iMrbargsa, Inttaou ■•tmu,
rritalioas or abrraUoas ,
if mu rat* Oifißil r
FaioUwi. sad u<>! aslrta
, gem Of soiaosoas
••Id by bpacvUb,
or sent In stain r*sp*r,
hr Ptprm*. 1 tot
fi or S hotfi*. $-•
Cirrolar --t on roorasl
Empty Molasses Hogsheads (as
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
ary people at the Southern Grocery Con
, pany, 114 Barnard street.
ATTACHMENTS AND MACHINE RK-
I palr.d while you watt; all work t:aran
teed. For poor people (re*. Benton A Bon
~ wall papers, paints, van
rlnlaa. kaliorrlnen and alas* and a od
m>ehanle*. B<e Taylor, K of P. Itwll.
WE CLEAN CIXmiKK BY THE RR
sorrlne antiseptic proeosa. Try u* New
Ycrk B:e*n> Dye Work*. Whitaker amt
W'rfoiV!: YOU EITHER DOMESTIC
or felons finish; perfect work. Forest City
Laundry. Park avenue.
KOCII A SYLVAN 8 CREAM PASTE
clean* frohl and *llver better than any
thine on earth; at their More. 43 Whit
WALL PAPER, ’ PAPERHANGINO
done In bent style by Interior Decora tin.
Company, 113 State, west.
FOR HARDWARE AND TOOLS, OO
to Cornwell A Chipman’s.
"WR SELL 'SEWER PIPE; FLUE
pipe, fire clay, fire brick at lowest prices.
Adams paint Company, 104 Congress,
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every dollar of your hard-earmd hard
cash at the Southern Grocery Company,
114 Barnard etreet.
BINDER NEEDLE*. THREE FOR
five cents, gill oil with doaen free Penton
NO BOTCH. NO HUMBUG, BIT A
thorough painter, paper haeg r and dec
orator. Taylor. K. of P Hell
•PHONE im FOR FOREST CITT
Laundry. They will call for your linen
SPECTACLES OF THE BEST GRADE
at moderate price*; aye* tested free.
Koch A Sylvan
PAINTING AND KALSOMININO
done by expert* at Interior Decorating
Company: ‘phone 1061.
~FOR RANGES AND ST6vEB. 06 _ T 6
Cornwell A Chtpman.
OTPsTNE - IS THE BEST~WALL FlN
lah made Adams Paint Cos.. Savannah
agent*, tot Congrea*. weal.
REDUCE TOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your herd--*rned nurd cash
with the Southern Grocery Company, 114
FIND MNY THINGS ARE NEEDED
TO START IIOISEHEF.riNU
NOM' Till A STORE IS THE GREAT
m mi urn xe for
KITCHEN, DINING ROOM AND
M E II A null: the
REPRESENT %TI F. I'NODt CTIONS
THE GREAT MANUFACTURERS.
4ii it i, MKT—
THEY IRB RKLUBIA-
And are aoll aa low aa liar aarae
qaallt) la offered nn> where.
UR SRIaL THR FAMOIII
AGATE NICKEL STEEL WARE.
NONE IIKTTr.It IN IHE MOHI.II.
tame and let aa 111 ,ou oat.
THOS. WEST & CO.,
II BROUGHTON STREET. W.
"REMODELING HALE?" IT RARE
chance to secure a birthday, engagement
and wedding present at very low U*l;
solid gold wntcli. lady's vise, was 315.
now $7.25, It. \V Raymond watch, a.is $45.
now sl4.stv patent lever silver watch, Xlc;
plain gold wedding rings. |! 5n and up,
diamond ring, was $75. now ssl. handsome
cluster ring, lady 's size, was 312 now 35.25.
mall order* proni|M|> filled Fegras, 23
Bast Broughton. Hair. Jewelry and dilat
ing Supply House.
"STAFF OF LIFE' BRAIN BREAD
recommended by physician*, crimp and
Vienna lonvea linked twice a day. my
two-pound Vienna i* an excellent Innt for
sandwich**. "Dersl'a" Variety Bakery.
12s Bast Broughton street
TTiSiouLD site millers fi rni
ture; newest styles for bedroom, dining
room. parlor. In oak. wrslnut and maliog
any; Miller * prices and terms are rea
sonable. >r? Brought.*:, west
—"ATTENTION SOLDIERS." ~ LET DB
pres* ond dean your uniform while in
Bavannah: we know how lo do It Bter
llng Pressing Club. I* York. west.
YOC WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Spring hi Id Dairy; It's rich and pure; try
lion nit WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. C. P. Miller. Agent.
IT SHOULD BEE MILT.ERB NEW
style* In carpet*, malting, window shade,,
art squares, rugs, lace curtains, ere.;
.Miller s prices and terms are reasonable
Jin Broughton, weal.
FINE RICSFIBLD -am:: at "BA
ksr n." every day. beat o$ all other oi.au
IF ITS RUCM TOD Want YOU CAN
get them cheg ver (com McGlllle.
KIMBALL'S ANTI-R HE IT M A TI C
ring,, thousand* uMng them and all ben
efited Gardner s Haxaar, agt
SPEC!A!.. AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers; ladles' atzr, at 12
J. W Teeple.
Jl I* BUYS NIUE RATTAN’— ROCKERS,
ladles' Star, large assortment of rocker*,
couches and easy chair*. C. P. Miller.
"ATTENTION KOLDIKRK." IJ-T I H
press and elean your uniform while In
Bavannah: we know how to do It Ster
llnp Pressing Club, l York, west,
OCT. IST I WILL MOVE TO 414 WEST
Broughton Bing up 2134 If you want to
have your rurnirare move.! or parked for
shipment or storage; I guarantee prices
the name as I do the work that's given
to me A B Griffin. 314 Broughton street,
west; mattresses made tn order.
M'Otl.LlS LACK CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
V SHOULD SEE MILLER'S OFFICE
desk*, office table*, office chairs, office
; matting, office shades. C. P. Mi.lor,
FIrORAL DESIGNS. PAI.MB AND CUT
flowers, at Gardner'r Basaar, agent for
U WIU. SOON MOVE AND U WILL
certainly need something In my line;
IT will save money by trading with me C.
P Miller, Agent
’ M’OlLLlfl BEI-Lb SIXTY-IN'TI RUOS
—Smyrna pattern*—for M cents.
'GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN~t
At Gardner’s Baaaar.
"ATTENTION SOLDIERS LIT US
iwrns and dean your uniform while In
Bavannah; ws know how to do It. Ster
ling Pressing Club. It York, west.
IB YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
Stlffel A Freeman have a standing offer
of 31.1*0 for every safe of their make that
does not preserve Its contents. One nafe
was In burning dehrt* 111 hour*. When
taken out, the hose had to be turned on
It. When opened, not a page was dis
colored, not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Stlffell A Freeman safe. C. P. Miller.
M'OILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETd.
lace curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pit town, picture*, stoves, bedroom suite*,
snd furniture of every description
SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
range* for sale by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
u SHOULD SEND your OSDBM
for tuning and repairing plana* and or
gans to W P. Manning, with C. P. Mil
ler. Agent: promts attention to out-of
town orders. C. P Miller. Agent.
MOILLIS MOVES, PACKS. SHIPS
and More* ptanoa end furnllurt; beat work
only, no Cheap-John price*—oo "Cbeop-
V SHOULD SEE MILLER’S STOVES
and ranges; the best makes at reanonabl*
prices. C. P. Miller. Agent.
’•TURNITURE MOVED WITH CARS "
la a aoacialty with McGtlHa.
U SHOULD SEND ME TOUR OR
dere for upholstering parlor and dining room
furniture In leather, silk and other fab
rics, In the best manner, curled hair,
moss and cotton mattresses renovated,
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P Miller. Agent.
PULLEY _ BELTS, BC. BU< KLES. !0T;
aluminum shirt act. 10c, al Gardner's Da
WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLIB' SIXTY
Inch M cent* rugs, you will buy them
Juat can't help It; will sell In an; quan
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, ordet your lithographed and
printed stationery aad blank books from
Iterator News Saeennah Oa.
HOW ARE YOUR FEET? IF YOUR
reel are troubling you. call on me and I
will glv# you relief. I cur* Ingrowing
nail*, corn* and all disease* af the feet
without pain: charge* reasonable; caa
give the beet references In ih* city; pa
tients treated at residences, order* can
be left *4 Livingston’s drug store. Bull
end Congr*a afreets; telephone 83. Lera
Davit, turf von chiropodist.
What Are You Going to Do
With Your Boys’ Feet?
They should not le distorted by ill-fittinjj shoes.
Careful Parents should examine our stock of stand*
ard-goods, ordered specially for school opening.
tiood honest, solid hoes in Calfskin. Box Calf, Vici
and Dressy Patent Leathers.
“Armored Cruiser.’’ “Steel Shod” and the “Bunker
Hill School Shoes.” VVc have them all —and “there art
Yours for pood shoes and low prices.
GLOBE SHOE COMPANY,
IlkCl.r W AM UK.MU.IC.
WANTED, FXIKHIKNiKD HU.KH
m*rt to mII n lint* of men** ihw* io th#*
r* ;nll itude of) i *.llv# n*f*r
< nci s unit * i|M*t i*ih*i* M-iD RhoM." I*
o Don Ho on.
HOY WANTED UKHHKCTAIILK COD*
or l porl**r l>> tsatiiilat Ulrveie
4ur> fr mie fi< iK)’, IO # to It© t’oiiitri'w
■(!>■ t, wmi
WANTKD a 04HID TRAM HOAD KN
runner who ■ ti r<‘\Hk\r In**
host tong run Appiv to Lumbtf
Compony, Krm*r, Os
WANTKD KKDIAHI.K COI*OHKI
mtn and worn.in to < t tluyloii m.n
to tjtUH uni! Himk an*l woman to
t'ook. food qtiurlrra iiml |d**nty id flrr*
xviMY.i Annlv 3D 1 Whiokfr mr***t.
W \ NTKI * 3 <;oo!> MILK HAND.'*
Appl> Riirliigllfld latr>. 47! ,\\>m fkiumt*
W ANTKD. ONK I'IHUT - CIaAHH
Mhlte bwrlirr; *<mkl pay ami permanent
|M>*liior A|iply i I* <* Divli*. 4h*ali, Fla.
MKI.I* WANTKU—VInIf %LS*
srsi; s.Fr\mt for K*'n‘ral houpr work;
underilund k ip ilovr, rffwmcfi.
W ANTKD < <M FKTKNT, FNINCI’M
Imti-iI witli* rN'rvaiit who won In horn* in
i rook ntl mirar, stiile aRe, K, lUx 44*.
WANTKD. A WOMAN AJ< HlAM
l>rrm.lft anl sens|reNt, wl.llntc to live
■it iMvtnM* Apply at 13k Hint** at roof.
Atticm W ARTklk
TTuiTf T*a hh a^madk^iTy
our llv> affiant#, men or tromsn, sailing our
Inleat novHy. ciini|>M!ati wmerproof neck
lira (ioods entirely new anl |iatetii<d
Amenta dellßhtfd. Halra unltmltoil Wtiat
others do. you ran do. Tim** la abort.
Write to-day and secure ricluslvs tarrl
tory. (luarant*e3l bant idler Addrrsa,
with stamp, M A M Mnnwf turlnK Com
IMsny. Dept. C, Nprlngnel*l. Miss
MttPl.OY WKMT WANTRII.
I*4 MIITIQN WANTKD AH ooK
k*-*-per by yom.se man, rotnpetmt,
jstrlrtly pi her am! htichly reromnDan*W<l.
Akl<eap Hookk*-|irr. care Y. M C. A.
A CAFAHLK GIRL* WANTS A PLACR
to cook or mine. Oord<ai at reef lane
we*i between Hull and Wbltakar • iraet,
• all for Jane.
W f ANTWI>, A BIX TO KIGHT-ROOR.
house eouth of W.ildburv. between lUh
•ishatn and Montfomery atreeta; front
yard or lawn deal ml. Addne** Mlnuier,
TWO RTf*H Y HOI RK “fTANTED
(with Dawn or carden preferred!. In cood
oca t ton. A'tdrea* Qood Tenant, thla
MOORf W lITKD.
WANTKD. O.NK LARGE OR TWO
connecting room** wit bln a Piuare of Hull
sol Duffy alreeta. Addreiw Room, thla
HI AMKIe-Uin tUANRUSk
monttip, by e*|erlenced operator. No. 4
Hcmtnctoo typewriter In *opl order
Rtate rentnl. Addn-sa Hicno . care Morn-
IF YOC WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, H > rich, pure am!
IF YOIT WANT A PUCK TO DtJMP
eartn. dirt, and. manure, etc., fra# of
charge, juat at city llmlta. hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Bioe., corner Anderaon and Eaal Broad
NICELY FURNISHED RCmpMH. ALL
convenlencea. JQB llarnard atreet, near
3 CHARLTON BTHKKT WEST. COR
ner Hull, two tn aut If til ffont rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished
F1,,%T• FOR MKAT.
with bath, first floor. Lyons block, aulla
bla for any putpow John Lyona.
FOR RENT FLAT OF FOUR KOOMH
with t>ath. also furnished room for gen
tleman Apply 124 IlaherPham.
FOUR-ROOM FIngAT FOR RENT.WILL
pel! or rent gas atove and one ault of
5 . west.
TOP FLAT'OF ROOMS W GWIN*
nett, we*,!; 4 rooms aisl Iwich. 11l per
month, from cvt. 1 W J. Mlgcally, Jr.
211 WEST BOLTON UPPEIt FI.AT.
! Apply on premises or W. B. Sturtevanl. 11
( ongrrso. west
DKBIRABLE FLATS NEWLY RENO
vated; furnished or unfurnlnhtd; with or
without table hoard. X Mu. on street,
HB'OND STORY FLAT OF FOUR
room* anti bath room 117 Jones etreet
' FOR RENT FLAT OF t ROOMS
i over drug store, turner Boiton and Mont
gomery otreem. sls per month; key In
.drug store J T Bhuptrlne. corner Con
gr-e* and Jefferson street*.
~TO RENT II JONHS. EAST. FLAT
1 ond basement, to small family.
FOR RENT, THAT DESIRABLE
flat of three conn- ling rooms and pri
vate bath, 3 Uharlton street, want.
FOR RENT—HOI SKA
FOR RENT. NEXT TO THE t’ORNER
of Congr-t# and Mont*' m- ry street*,
three-aiory btlck house Flr-t class condl
t;m Apply to J II llrimken, Whitaker
and Liberty etreeta.
THAT DESIRABLE HOUSE, NO 115
Jonie ntree’, e*n. renovate I throughout.
Apply W. A. Plgman s drug store, Aber
FOR RENT.~ DESIRABLE BRICK
houaen. number 402 and 40* Huntingdon,
e*l; newly capered and rejmlred, with j
ail modern improvement*. Apply to B.
C. Way. Bell Telephone, 1578
I"! I • AUfEPTARLE
parly, my residence northeast corner First
and Drayton streets. Apply C. W. Howard,
No XU Ray etreet, east
Fttß RENT uttMt mRTATU.E HOUSE, I
No 217 Waldburg street, east, between .
Abereorn and Lincoln, first-rlaea order
and rondltlon; every convenience Right
rent to right tenant. Estate Salomon I
Cohen, West Brood and Broughton etreeta. I
FOR RENT. COMFORTAHLK HOITBF.
No. 21* Wsldhini streel. *wPt. between
Abe r corn arut Lincoln. |*erfe't condition;
newly papered; hot and cold water; every
ixmi veil fence l> i< Salomon ('ohen.
West Hrc.iti and llroughtoti n|reels.
FOR RENT till NINTH STREET; !M
--metllate jo ♦ Nston Apply 11. H ‘Tag
horn. ltd Hry.in. e.tat.
FOR RENT. 274 MONTGOMERY; IM
m**tlllr p.*‘i***swtt n. Apply R H, <'lag horn.
DO Hr van. east
FOR ItKNT. M 2 ELEVENTH STREET*
will rent in flat - or whole huuw, immell
te |H>eaeaploi Ap|ly It. H CUghorn, 110
" FOR RENT DESIRABLE DWBLLDfO
with aM modem Improvemcnta. In k*hhl
repair 3hs Junes, east. K tllo. h A Screv
’ FOR RENT HOUBWH t'A AND At
Barnard atr*H Apply 113 Itruuglitun atrewt,
FOR RENT. 12R HRYAN. WEST. FOR
inerly . upl* and by I* II Ward; Immediate
,o*Hu*>lon. Apply IC. B. (Magliorn. H Bry
FOR ItK NT. STORK. 115 llßot'Oif
ti) stmt, .-ogt; I'aaenslun Imm.qiately
Jo *v#ral *1- grnlile re*t’tencc-s an t
tints Apply A Wylly. 12 Bryan atreat,
Foil IXI.K—ItICAt. F.XTATK.
TUltl KNTINt:. WB MAVE A GUIOD
Inrallnn tor lnrg- • prrator. ttlffurd com-
I .any, Jat‘ks*>nvill*‘.
GOOD TH A WHERRY FARM fN
lllllstatrougb county. Fla;, 3500. six-room
huusr. scyrniacu acre* land, near gnl|>-
plng (Htlnl Box 142. Tampa. Fla.
FOB SALK. A FINE BAUKBOX TT'R".
|n-nttne farm, on line railroad, new ?n
--liarrct still, plenty stta>'ks amt other build
in*!. iwlvate ruling, g-crop yearly. H
virgin crofw, pleniy limber, paid fr. to
cut 15 crops; full cqi,lpie.l. irut a work,
will sell now or after gathering scrapa
and dtp. Addres* C- H 0., Tlfton, Ga.
ONK DOLLAR PER WEEK WJIJ.
taiy nl e lot* on Kieventh and Twelfth
Ktrreis. near W--t Broad Savannah Real
A HOME WITHOUT t'Aflft TWO
dollar per week will buy one. Savannah
Real Email Exchange.
FOR BALK. Lois on NINTH. NEAR
Kant Broad, a* < each; will noon be
advanced to 3325. when a tot ha* been
paid for I can arrange to get a hom*
built. C H. Dorsatt
l"H sai i. > |,oT FOB TWO HUN
■I red dollar*; eaey terras, on Ninth street,
near Eaat Broad, no city tarnation. C. ML
FOR BALE THOSE DyTIWNINTH
etreet. near Katt ilr ad have only been
nold to firnt-clen* parties, who will msk*
good neighbors; and none other ran buy.
The term* ere very **ay. and they era
eheaper than any other In h* vicinity.
C. H. Doreett.
FOB BALK. LOTH ON NINTH HTREET
near Kant Broad; no city tax**, at EX
each; twentv-tlv* dollar* cash, and easy
monthly payment*. C. H Dorsatt.
RF.HIDKNUKH AND BUILDING IX>TK
for nai all over the city. Robert H.
Tetcrn. reel eatata dealer. No. T York
i " " ———mmm
wituiihazfl: there ib'wTtvh
haxet and wltchiwxel One la made to
>cura; the ottwr la made to a*U, put a
lot: la ot oura by the -ala of one of tha
other kind, we give yuu all the quality
and all Ihe qiiartby (bat your money en
title* you to-a pint (or a quarter Per Bee n
t 'rug St • r< a, llenry and Abereorn. Whit
aker and Taylor.
COWS FOR hale, if YOU W ANT *
good milk cow r* aa -noble. 1 can supply
you. Call 471 West lluondary
A fill AND CTPREHS LUMBER FOR
eale—lso,ooo feat of aoh oultoblo for whoel
wrtghto. earrlage maker* car works and
Interior houae tlnlnb. Alan eypreae lumber
of *ll sixes. W* ly.ve resumed rutting our
famou* brands of cyproso shingle* and wMI
soon have * fti:i line >f them (or sale. Vale
Royal Manufacturing Company.
* HPRINOFIKI.D DAIRY IB NOTED
for having rtch. pur* milk, try It; you
will b pk**l
—— . =
LOST AAU WHTD.
>••( with small diamond*. name engraved
and other engraving*. liberal reward.
Cha*. C. Ely. I* Uryan. cad.
MlHr’ HAKTKIDUE fVASSAR A H),
wIU re-open her school Oct. 4. corner Clan
ton and Habersham streets; Min Hort
ridirc will be assisted by Mia* Ward,
(Vaster A! H), Mies Cornelia E. i>.
Mr*. Mark Oorfain. vocal music; Mr*.
George Schley. Instrumental mu*lc. Mira
Sara Charlton, caleathenlr*. Por further
Information, i<Mre* Mire Hurt twice.
South Orance, N. J.
- iaa— |
MODERN PUITMHINU. IT WILL BE
to your Intercut to let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work, repair work a specialty, aa I am
a practical plumber No guess work to
endanger your life. Wiggins, phono fOT.
Georgia or HeU
HIM BIXAISM a.
THE STAR THAT DEADS THEM
all. New Irurmatto Machine, with ball
bearing*. I‘entun A Hon.
POH TAPER HANOER AND PAINT
er get Taylor* animates. You wont re
gra: it. I*alniera' supplies
LADIES. HAVE TOt lt PINE CR
l>on and tailor made dresses dyad by
i.ew oaatlye prate**, guaranteed not to
shrink or g.t ou: of a .ape. New York
Dye Wotks. Wh.taker and State 'Phone
lielng turned out by Poraat City Laundry.
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
given personal attention, at Koch A Syl
van'*, k Whitaker.
INTERIOR DECOR ATINQ OP~ALL
kinds done by ikltled workmen. Interior
Decorating Company; see u* early.
EOR PISHING TACKLE. NETS. ETC.,
go to 1 Cornwell A Chtpman.
HAVE TOUR HOt’SE PAINTED
with German ready-mixad palm; entire
■at I*fact ion guaranteed. Adams Paint