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WILL FIGHT IKLT WKKK.
Dal* far the I'nrntnn.n llllnme Hunt
Haa Been **rl Forward.
The Corcoran-WHllnm* fight will lir hr|.|
rxl Wednesday night at the Theater.
TW* will hr wood new* to those. who
wero expecting to aco the fight In on-' of
the haUn of the city, as the Throtir offer*
far better opportunity than any hall for
iha aatlefactory conduct of the bout
Jt I* expected that there will he a (tnl
crowd, as the Austral Athlctl.i Club, under
the auspices of which, it will nr pullr I
off. ha* taken every po**lMr precaution
to oee that the patron* of the fiatlc yport
get aheir money's worth.
It was the Intention to have the tight
next Friday night. It was air* rtilnmi.
however, that the Theater could he eel
cured on Wednesday and. I*th the prin
cipals being agreeable. It ■ - .t, i.|,.|
to eubstttule that nlglu for Friday The
interest tn the flgnt ha- become k- . n
that all will be glad to know that It will
be pulled off sooner than was expected
Williams will arrive In Savannah to-day
He let! Louisville yesterday morning, and
that should put him In Savannah this
morning. He Is accompanied hy hi* spar
rig* partner and trainer. Marvin Hart,
heavyweight champion of the South ho
vindicated the title in a fight be had this
wee* in Louisville, when h. put „,it Kid
Hubert In the sixth round That ... „f
--ter a very warm coni. M. and it ~)ked for
a time a* If there would be a rough hou*.-
aa the ae.-onds were | n th- ring In the
fifth round, preparing to ciaim n foul tor
Hart and Williams travel together They
have been touring the .i.uniry together
each supporting the other in his fight-'
The two have splendid record* is tight
er*. and the belief |* pretty prevalent
among those who make a Mu dy of the
game that Corcoran will go against th.
strong**! man be ever met when |,.
fronts the Australian on Wednesday night
The jducky Savannah boy ha* plemv ~t
admirers It fat believed, detti.lt. the r.v
ord Williams haw an.l the reputation lie
btstrs. that Corcoran will give a good
account of himself, and there are a grea
ntany In Savannah who would be not in
the less* surprise! If the Australian
should do as many others have done—-o
down before the man who ha* fought lit
way Into lh esteem and admiration of
thoae who love the art of w hich In- I- an
Th<* Athletic Club, which hat* • l*atrn>ln*<l
to twin# rooll nhi r* to Savannah an I
pull off Harhui periodically, taken . v
ery pret aulion to kumi.] am.inH ’ fak-
This win bf *en 111 a paragraph of tin
articles of agreement which follow, un
der which the men will fight:
"We. the undersigned. Tom Uorroran of
Savannah. On., of the firnt part, and Tom
Williams of Australia of th- aewnd p r.
do hereby agree to box twenty-flve rounds
for a decision at Savannah, iin., on Wed
nesday. Sepi. ai. IMo. satd content to l>.
governed by the Marquis of Queensberrv
Hules. and to le tinder the ausplt c- of the
Austral Athletic Club. Cond 'hint* are d
k>w*ed to box with one arm free and must
protect themselves in the breakaways.
The Austral Athletb Club s off! ;il r#*f
rree shall officiate. Principals shall weigh
ui at 12 o'clock on th** day of rontesi and
agree to weigh 15*> pounds or less.
"If the referee detects the slmhtest in
dication of a fake,' or either princlp.il
eoinmita a deliberate four or ‘quits.’ he.
the referee, is empowei<i and Instructed
to stop the bout, call It no <ont#ni and
de-irre all bets off. neither prin. ip.d re
ceiving any remuneration.
leposits for wei|(nt and appear.* imv
• nail be made with the club at a given
time The gate receipts shall be divided
** follows. After all n* -essury expense*
•noli have been dedtrte! 75 per cent.
*hali go to th* winner and 25 per cent, to
the loaer. We agree to the aitove ami.
a* a matter of good faith, do hereby Al fix
our aigna lures."
OFFICER CAIUIIT \ TtlITtH.
MRrlftl In I’ut h I'rlittitrr In Jail lint
4*l I poo Hy Her llclntivc*.
Minnie Bellinger u colored woman of
belligerent proclivity, give Officer Jeff
Waters of Magistrate Wickham's court a
decidedly Interesting anil exciting
time night before Inst. Ktia
Mammock, a former Inmate of
the Bellinger woman's house. hat) sued
out a possessory warrant for the posses
sion of some of her property thut was at
the Bellinger house, and which Mtmil*
refused to give up.
After Ihe warrant had been served Bel
linger gave up to the officer some of the
uttlclea, but refused to part with a pair
of new ahoe* that seems to h.iv* ought
her fancy, likewise $2.05 In cash, for which
she showed also a de. I,led predilection.
She was arrested and taken to the ,-ourt
of Magistrate Wickham. win it. still re
fusing to give up the property of the
other woman, she was turned ov, r to Offl
cer Waters to be taken to J ill.
With his prisoner the officer was walk
ing on Habersham street, and hod nearly
leached the gate of the Jail, when hi
was set upon by Baum Bellinger, tile pris
oner's mother. Bills Hendricks and son.
ansi Belle Grant. Baura gave him n swing
ing blow with a hand satchel and Grant
dealt him n blow on the head that put
him for the time out of the tight. The
prisoner and her friend* and relatives
then made good their escape.
Baler In the night Officer Dan Klley
of Judge Wickham's t'ourt. went to Min
nie Belltnger'a house and placed her un
der arrest. She asked permission to go
to her room for a minute, ami the officer
granted It, hut no somer old she get In
the room than she cloned and 10-ked the
door and her mother placing herself Ire
fore It, shut the officer out. When he
Anally succeeded In entertlng the room
his prisoner had made her escape. Yes
terday morning he went for h r again
and Anally found her In a lawyer's offle*
on Bryan sfkeet. He placed her under ar
rest and this time got her to Jill.
Warrants were then sworn out for the
persons, who had aided her In her escape
on the night before. They were arrested,
but subsequently released on bond.
MAKING CAMP t It.N BITTttNN.
I'rauklln A Foils Turning Them Out
Messrs. Franklin A Foltz have Just
turned out their first order for campaign
buttons. The bulons are of the twin pat
tern. The pictures of the Democratic
candidates, Bryan and Stevenson on the
Dcmocratte button and McKinley and
Roosevelt on the Republican button. The
Bryan button*. In two sizes, are on a sli
ver background, while Ihe McKinley but
tons, also In two sizes, are on u gilt back
ground. The buttons are neatly finished
In colors and are equal to the lies! cam
paign button made. They are Savannah
manufactured and Messrs. Franklin A
Foltz are prepared to compete with the
leading manufacturers of the country,
both In price and make of the buttons.
They expect to push their sab- with job.
hers and direct with the campaign clubs
throughout the country.
HUIIIIMI Foil t'MKOMMS.
t untrue! for Police Department hint
Bids for furnishing the police depart
ment with winter unlfotms were recelv.
•and at the City Exchange yesterday, but
wer* not acted upon, owing to the Hines*
of Alderman Bchwarx. chairman of the
Police Committee. The matter was post
poned until next week The bidders are
B H. Bevy A Bro. the Metropolitan
CtoUUng Company, Abe Behwald,' Falk
nothing < mitany. Emil Peter* and Gar
ft* k**l Ar Hons The hitls for winter uni
forms for th* firemen are to be handed in
by noon to-day.
I*l, %\* UP THE SEW LIXK. •
Nerekaalt and Mlnrr‘ Philadelphia
*Mp* Will |i- Warmly Urlmnml.
The business Interests of Philadelphia
which have been hack.ng the movement
for h direct lin* of st*amshtp from that
port to H.ivannah arc a*ive to the a<lvan(-
Jk* ’ whi ’h will accrue to them fr*m the
eaiabli.-tuncnt of the new Merchants' and
The Merchants and Miner*’ Is the
largest coastwise steamship company
on the Atlantic KuhiMnl and the
business men of Philadelphia feel assure.!
Il at the n**w llm* will b* an tnvxtrLint
f* lor In making Philadelphia a Northern
outlet for the trade of the South The
lierk.-hire and Allegheny, which will be
UF-Igned to th** new line, are first class
et earner* of 3.C10U tons, with ao-onimodtt
tl- riN for Uth freight and passengers.
They have recently b*en very thoroughly
o\ rhatiled at an exp* nse of $125,<)0. mak
ing them rrv>d*-rn in every respect.
Pier 24. Bouth wharves, where the new
line wdl have its terminus in Philadelphia,
is located at the foot of Pine street, con
venient for lw>th freight and passenger*.
It is one of the big new piers recently
• on*trusted to the new Port Wardens’
line, unit tracks are laid its entire length,
making direct connection with the three
hi* railroad system* centering In Phila
Traffic Manager Whitney has Issued *
notice to the shipping public •muonic lug
the Inauguration of the line, in which h
"The reputation we have earned during
the past forty-five years of our existence
atftm to the pubtte • *i.*
tin* service will h** satisfactory nJ firat
das* m • very particular.
’‘Arrangements have been made to con
nect at Philadelphia w ah all of (he trunk
lines centering there, also at Savannah
with all of the mil lines diverging fiom
that port. thus enabling us to give through
rate* md through hdi* of lading between
Philadelphia and Interior Eastern point*
and Savannah, and ail other points In the
South. Southeast and Southwest.
"Arrangements have also l*eeti made for
through package r* from Savannah to
all important competitive point* in the
South. Southeast and Southwest, which,
with fast through freight schedules, will
assure to ’be public a thoroughly satisfac
To show the Interest Philadelphia feels
In the new line the Record prints the fol
lowing in regard to the movement which
Is resulted in securing It:
"The agitation which ha* finally result
ed in the establishment of the new steam
ship line to tne South has been kept up
continuously. In spite of temporary fail
ure* and disappoint merits, since the ser
vice of the Ocean Steamship Company,
operating between Philadelphia and Sa
vannah. was withdrawn, on July 1. 1997.
That action caused considerable excite
rnent among the merchant* and manu
facturers. who ship goo4ls the South,
and led to a mass meeting being held In
the Philadelphia Bourse to protest again.*!
the withdrawal of the line A committee
was appointed at thnt meeting, including
represen tat Ives from every commercial
organisation In the city, for the purpose
• f trying to estehlteh anew line to take
t ie place of the one withdrawn. Th*
committee worked for some month* with
out success, find finally abandoned the
"The Trades League, however, contin
ued agitate the matter, and began ne
aotiatime with the various Interests, hop
ing to induce *n independent steamship
company, or some already established line,
to enter this i*ort.
* The Freight Committee of the Trade*
Prague, through It- commissioner, N. B.
Kelly, negotiat'd with one of the present
coastwise water lines, and arrangements
were about completed to ha\e it inaugu
rate t scrvl e he we n Philadelphia and
the South, but before the plans were fin
ally consummated other arrangement* not
f tvoruble to Philad Iphta Were made by
that line, which caused It to withdraw
from the original proposition. About that
t mi th. war with Spain broke out, and
the Trade* League Freight Committee
wa obliged to abandon its effort* during
the oittnoance of the war. But imme
diately after the signing of the treaty of
l* act the freight committee instructed
C inmlssi mer Kelly to again begin work
toward the est.ib i.hing of anew steam
ship line to the Bouth
"Other water line* were solicited to put
on a line of steamer*, but wPhout result.
Commissioner Kelly then visited most of
th** important cities In the Bouth. and
< .tine irt'o e< mniuni ation with the differ
ent c rnmer la! Itodie* and the rallroa I
and steamship oftl- iaL In that section.
"After many reverses, the Merchants'
and Miners’ Transportation Company o #
Baltimore, was finally Induced to estab
lish th* present line, after re -ehrlng prom
iiF* of co-o]*eralcn from th** Pennsylvan
ia. BaPlmorc and Ohio and Beading Rail
The Record enlisted early In the fight
and has steadily advocated and worked
for the establishment of a direct line of
M*amehlps from PhlUdelph a to th
Havanuah's business men who have been
seen, heartily Indorse the new line, which
will put Philadelphia on a par In water
transportation facilities with the other
great Northern port*
EABtitl HAH A SMOKE.
Trades and Labor Assembly's Smok
er an Unlovable Adair.
The smoker of the Savannah Trade* and
Bulmr Assembly at Babor Hall last night
proved an enjoyable affair. There was a
large attendance and everybody had a
v.,0*l time. Speeches were made by Mr.
8 Krmiskoff and other*. It was decided
Gait the labor unions should take part In
the Br> an-Sltvtnoon demonstration to be
bel.i at the theater nxt week and thus
manifest th*lr appreciation of the out
|M>keri sympathy of Mr. Bryan with the
laboring men. A p'entiful supply of re
freshments was served anti the union men
and their guests enjoyed themselves until
utter midnight. _
|\ THE It El ORDER** COI KT.
Beck Iras Driver Given Ten Days
Without any Optional Fine.
In the Recorder's Court yesterday. Ben
Johnson, the negro srrested the day be
fore. with a mackintosh In hts possession,
supposed to have been stolen, was dis
Th* young man who. Thursday ofter
maai ran over the child at the corner of
Hull an*! Congress streets, was sentenced
to ten days in Jail, without any optlon.il
15 'i'he case of Bsm Jenkins, colored, charg
ed with burglary, was continued
(• A Talbert, white, charged with tir
ing a suspicious character, was released,
with the proviso that hr leave town at
DANCE aa as enjoyed.
Another Surer** .Added to the List
lair of Mope Mo* Mode.
The dance last night at Isle of Hope
wa* a very pleasant affair. The weather
was all that couk) have been desired. In
midsummer dancing Is warm ezerciee.
even at Isle of Hope, but at this season
it ts delightful. There wse a large crowd
ol young people out. and U m probe
THE MOKNTNG NEWS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1000.
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The Great Woman’s Remedy for Woman’s Ills.
No other medicine in the world has received such widespread
and unqualified endorsement.
No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles
or such hosts of grateful friends.
Do not be persuaded that any other medicine is just as good.
Any dealer who asks you to buy something else when you go into
his store purposely to buy Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound,
has no interest in your case. He is merely trying to sell you some
thing on which he can make a larger profit. He does not care
whether you get well or not, so long as he can make a little more
money out of your sickness. If he wished you well he would
without hesitation hand you the medicine you ask for, and which he
knows is the best woman's medicine in the world.
Follow the record of this medicine, and remember that these
thousands of Cures of women whose letters arc constantly printed
in this paper were not brought about by “ something else," but by
Lydia E. Pink ham'a Vegetable Compound,
The Groat Woman’ s Romody tor Woman’• lilt,.
Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded
a hundred thousand times, for they get what they want —a cure.
Moral Stick to the medicine that you know is Best. •
When a medicine has been successful in restoring
to health more than a million women, you cannot
well say without trying it, “ I do not believe it will
help me.” If vou are ill, do not hesitate to get a bot
tle of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound at
once, and write Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn, Mass., for
special advice. It is free and helpful. 4
ble that the pavilion will he liberally pat
ronized by devotees of the Terpslchor.au
art until the cold weather sets In
The guessing contest was won by Mr.
C. II Melt, on a guess of 137. The prize
ivss s.’> worth of laundry work offered by
the Georgia Steam I-sundry.
AT TUB Til KITH It.
tlnn-s'-tt sr's Man at Two Perform
"The Man-'o-War’s Man" will be the at
traction to-day at a matinee and nigh*
performance. The ploy coneerns the love
of minor Denbigh, on the part of Cant.
Jack Conway of the I’nlted States war
ship New Orleans. The captain's rival I*
Baslllo llavllando. who commands the
Spain-h ship, Kl Se rplon
The fact that Kltnor Is a Russian spy
Is known to Gen. Ivan Pletrovltch, the
Russian ambassador, who lets the SjXIII
ish capta n into the secret. To Capt. Con
way. Kllnor Is known only a* the adopted
daughter of the Englishman Denbigh,
until by h* r own conlesslon she telle him
that she Is a spy In the pay of Russia,
subject to the c unmands of Plrtrovlb-li
One of these commands t that for pur
posea of state she kill or cause to he
killed the American captain, or her la
ther's life will rav the forfeit In Hllierla
Distracted, she east* the die in her lov
er s favor, rescues him from the Russian
prison to which he Is condemned by the
machination of the Spaniard, and Joins
him in the last act, vindicated.
The comedy Is furnished In the agree
able and refreshing love making of En
sign Harry Hanlay. an Irish-American
youth of redoubtable prowess In love and
war. and Rose Beotlne, a flirtatious little
French girl, who Is readily becoming
Americanized, and who has a rtre-e.iiing
brother in the French navy. Through all
of this mclodtamaMe pot-pourri. Capt.
Baslllo Havllanda trails serpentlnely. He
plots and counterplots, and Is defeated In
every tqrn. Even at the last his Identity
Is <lenled When he Is confronted In the
Spanish captain's uniform at the room of
the war council at Ceuta. The gradual
culmination of episodes, ending with the
defeat of H ivlpindo's clever machina
tions, While acted very rapidly, would re
quire much spore to print, besides depriv
ing intended auditors much pleasure In
w messing the unfolding of the play.
, .e- T t
(IT) Bit K. VITIM.
There were only t few arrests by the
poller yesterday None of Ihe , tees were
of more than passing Interest.
Hon T. M Norwood's "fiattre." adver
tised for publication on yesterday, will
be for sale itt Wm. Katlll s news depot
tnla morning after II o'doek.
A show window bl/ize In A J. Harms'
bakery at Bull and Second streets, about
tt o'clock last night, caused considerable
♦ zcltement In that section of the city. The
fir> was extinguished with a bucketful of
water, after having burned the window
curtains and celling, without calling out
—Hans Hohl. of Appleton, Wls., recently
swam across I-ake Winnebago, a distance
of nine miles. Hohl has frequently swam
distances of three and four mile*, but this
trip la the longest he has ever attempted
in this country, Hohl la a native of pak
ooy, Germany, and is 27 years old.
I.ot’A I. I* Kit SOYA E.
Mr Charles M Jerome Is registered wt
Mr. G. V. Gress of Kramer ts a guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr. W. Z W illiams of Griffin Is a guest
of the Pulaski
Mrs. K Boher of Charleston 1* a guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr. W. K. Gentry of Atlanta Is a guest
of the De Soto.
Mr. J. H Bailey of Winston Is register
ed at the Do Soto.
str W. C. Tuten of Pembroke Is regis
tered at the Pulaski.
Mr. J. A. Foster of St. Simon's Is a
guest of the Pulaski.
Mrs. F. S. Jette left over the Central
yesterday for Macon.
Mr T. M Brady of Canton, Ga., Is reg
istered at the Pulaski
Mr. W. A Jones of Jacksonville Is reg
istered at the Pulaski. ,
Mr G. Btdslnger of Statesboro Is reg
istered at Ihe Pulaski.
Mr. John Hrarltorough of Atlanta Is reg
istered at the Screven. ,
Mr. A. 11. Galloway, Jr., of Wlnslon Is
regt-sered at Ihe De Soto.
Mr George Ford left via the Central
yesterday for Columbus.
.1 J M * id fu- New Yotk
to-day on the Nacoochee.
Mr 8, P. Kehnc returned o Savannah
yesterday on the Nacoochee,
Mr K M Post left via the Plant Sys
tem yesterday for New York
Mr C W. Satissy returned from New
York yesterday on Ihe Nacoochee.
Mr C. F Prendergast wIP leave for
New York to-day on the Naeooche
Mrs J, VV. Banks wdl leave to da* via
the Plant System for Philadelphia
Jlr R A. Malone of Albany was in she
dry yesterday, a guest of the Pulaski.
Mr ti. R. Ford was among the passen
gers of the Cential yesterday for Macon
Miss Mary Davis, who hna been visiting
friends in Norfolk, ha* returned to the
Mr. If. G. Gaul will tie among the pas
sengers of the Nacoochee fur New York
Mr A. A M' Ki' hern of Marlow was In
the city yesterday and registered at the
Mr. A. H. Harris will be among the pas
sengers of the Mouth* rn 10-*lay for Phil
Mr. tintl Mr*. A. J. Oarfunkle were pas
senger* on the Nacoochee yesterday from
Mr. P. M. Dougan. Mr Arthur Dougan
ml Mls Alice Dougan will sail for New
Mr A Vetsbnrg will he am>>ng the pas
sengeis of Ihe Naeooche*. which sails for
New York today.
Mrs If. I’. Milas and Mrs R. Sains
were among 'he |ias* -ngrra of the Plant
System yes!*rdny for New York.
Mr Robert F. fb-hlrm has gone to
Athens, tvbare he will attend the coming
term of the University of Georgia.
Mrs. D. B. Hull and Mias Hull were
among the passengers of the Nacoochee,
which arrived from New York yesterday.
Mr Henry Icry will leave for the North
to-day with his son Master Sidney Bevy,
who tvUl enter Mt. Pleasant Military
A c A4srfTi y at Hing-Hlng. on thw IliHlxan
Messrs Tom *n. R. M Haltigaii and
Mrs ILiillgaii writ* among the pas-vngsrs
of the Niuwher yr*terby from N*w
Messr* A J. an-1 fhiirl*** (l.irfiitikel re
turn'l from New York y*-fertlav by th*
Naroih'hst*. after art at -ein of *o we* k*
at the North.
Mr R M Levy return***! from th*
North yesterday with hi* family, which
has been i-i* tuling the auftimcr at Lik*-
(leorg** His son. Mr Arthur Levy if
at the IVekaklil Military Aiwkni).
Mayer Myers !rft last r.isht fer N r.
York on a buln*ts trip. tnl will h* b
-sent ntsoii * week Mr. Htgo Mym l*
still In Europe, und the Mayor flitl* tt
necesaary to give g portion of h* time
t* fh*- affair* of the i'uban- Amert< in
Manufa*turing <'mtpwny. in which Ih* I
largely In ter eat n|.
Mr. lt*i!M*r( L foMlng left |?*t nlghl
vta the Central Hail* y for t'im tnnatt
where h* will attend the m** tlng of the
general grand chapter of the Royal Arch
Masons of the United (Rate*. From Cin
cinnati Mr. Cold I tig will go t<* litdian.ipo- 1
ll* and Chicago lie expects to be absent
about two w.cks
From the Catholic Friend
One of the mn*i disgusting and preva
lent vhe* whlt-h is growing to alarming
piop.Mi.*ne la that of profentt\ mranlng
h**. vulgar profanity. It* tiw I* con tin* I
to no ox or |mdtton It |**llitte* altk*
th* 4 onversathm of ytutthful strength ami
decrepit age. In th*- highway* and ly
ways, the count Ing-room ami th*% work
shop, and too often tn the social and fam
ily circle th** ar I* *Unnel by convcrsn
tlon interlardel with profanity, which
nit to r .tu i mphni—s nor Mdtl
In 1,. 'Mm Vtr tiding vi* vvitT tin m •
of business In lte Interjection of oath*,
and long before he reached nun * estate
ha* Required a deteat a hie habit which be
come* *eMil nature, and hi* *4*'tir'l lit*
proficiency as . professional wearer for
the term of hi* natural life, so that go
where he may ht* foul mouth carries the
contagion and become* a veritable ei <s-
I*mi of slime—a standing menace to lit"
welfare of society.
Ixeavlng moral or religious eon*bleru
tlon entirely out of the question. I* It
not tlm* that this atHmlnahle ungentle
manly practli'e were abandoned? and can
the press fulfill a nobler mission than
nwike it* influetiee felt In aid of Its sup
pression’* The vernacular of the blink
guard. under all circumstance* reprehen
sible. Is especially out of place In the f
family circle, buslneaa or **ii*l conver
*.ttlon of friendly greeting, ami yet the
practice referred to prevail* to t greater
or less extent In all of them It tr* high
time to call a halt, to put th* penalty of
so'tal ostra*i*n **n the tiMltvidual who In
dulges to It Peculiarly apropos tn this
connection are the lines of Cow per
"Maintain your rank, vulgarity dept*e.
To swear Is neither brave, indite nor
—Every year In the United Btates there
are opened and eaten t,OW. bushels of
oysters. Much of this enormous crop
come* from the Chesapeake. More than
twice the amount of oysters produed by
al! foreign land* put together come*
from the Chep* ak alone
"Omybrard I* a family medicine with
us," said a prominent bustnea* man ye*
ttrday My wife takes It. and 1 nolle*
ah- tn enjoying beter health than for
years. The children keep w* U by taking
may he obtained at all diug
store* or writ# to u* for It Reepaas Drug
Cos., eol# prop* . fbtvannah. Qa. ad.
DKG At. NOTIUKS.
NOTIC'D TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM POUNTY.-
Notlce IS hereby given to all person* hav
ing demands against Mary Playter. late
o' said county, de* eased, to present them
to me. properly matte out. wlvhln the time
prescribed by taw. u> as to show their
character and amount; and all persons in
debted to said deceased are retpilred to
make ImmcitUle Inymenl l*> me
JORDAN F BROOKS,
15 Hay street, west.
Havannah, fin., July 2, IWU.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Whereas. Robert It, Remsird. has ap
plied to Court of Ordinary for letlers of
administration on the estate of Albert
These are, therefore, Vo cite end admon
ish all whom it may concern, to be and
appear before Sit 1.1 court, to make objec
tion (If any they have), on or before th
first Monday In October, nezt. otherwise
said letters will be granted.
Witness, th Hon Hampton B. Kerrlli.
ordinary for Chatham county, this, the
list day of Angus*. ISU9.
FRANK H. KEIBBACH.
Clerk C. 0.. C. Cos.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COtISTT.-
Wherea# M A. O'Hyrne has applied In
Court of Ordinary for letters of adminis
tration on Ihe estate of Ellen Morgan, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all whom It may cotH-ern to In- and
appear liefore said court to make objec
tion (If any they have), on or before its
first Monday In October nezt, otherwise
said letters will Is- granted
Witness, Ihe Hon. Hampton B Fer
rill. Ordinary for Chatham County, this
the 31st day of August. ISBO
FRANK K KEIBBACH,
Clerk Ct. Ord', C. Cos.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM crtCNTY-
Wherns, Joslah T Clarke has aptilled lo
Court or Ordinary for letters dismissory
as guardian of the prop-rty of Eugene G,
Clarke, formerly a minor.
These are,therefore to cite and admonish
all whom It may concern lo be anil ap
pear before said court to make objection
(If any they have), on or before the first
Monday in October nezt, otherwise said
letters will be granted
Witness, the Honorable Hampton I- Fer
nu. Ordinary for chstiiem county, this
the list day of August. MOO.
FRANK E KKIBRACH.
Clerk Cl. Ord’y C. Cos.
“georoia. Chatham county-
Annie Flcklln ha* applied to the Court of
Ordinary for a twelve months' support for
herself amt minor child out of the estate
of Joseph Flcklln. de. cased Appraisers
have made returns allowing same.
These are, therefore, lo cite all whom It
m.iv concern to appear before said court
to make objection on or before the first
Monday In October nezt. otherwise same
will be granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton K
Ferrlll. Ordinary for Chatham county, this
the 31st day of Kept ember,
FRANK E. KEIBBACH.
Clerk Cl. Ord'y C. Cos., Ga.
TB~~"s~~Kn*neer Office, rtt Augustine.
Fla.. Hept 13. l*tv>. Healed proposals. In
duplicate, for supplying nviterl.tl for. ami
budding steel frame.! tower, with shelter
lot Binge ami Uosltton Finder, at Key-
West. Fla . will tie received here until
Oct 12. IBW. snd then publicly opened.
Information furnisher! on application.
Thns. H Rees. Cap!.. Engrs.
■ I MOO LA AND COLLEGES.
Nzam CHAIIBOTTKSVIRRE. VA
For bora Fully equipped Send for bstalogus
JOHN H SAMPSON, A M . Principal.
Edgcworlh Hunt-Jinx A Day-School
For Girls. Reopens Bepi. 37 Kth ytar.
Mr* H. P. EKFKBVRI2, Principal.
Miss E. D. HUNTBEY. Associate Prln.
122 and L2l W. Franklin it., Baltimore,Mil
"RKMoDKLINtI SALK." A RARE
chatter to secure . bin lain v. engagement
niul wddtng pn-sent at very l*w i**t. ,
so-id watch, lady’s *;**. w.t* Ik*,
now 97 25; It vv Raymond watch, was $45,
now $!• •<*, p m |i\.i mUti wat
plain gold welding rings. $1 k) atsl up;
dhimonl ring, w < • $75, mm ssl; handsome
cluster ling lady's slxe, wa sli. now $->2>.
•nail order* promptly hit* and Keg* *.
Kasi Itruughton. Ilair, Jewelry and Heav
ing Huiqity House
BKLUNC. OUT AT C* ST KKE
Chung A t*o, ls. Whitaker f i *t; Ctd
m*H* an*l J i*ih gt*>d iiuim l** *td
Call * trly hihl get youi clmh'e of rum
CRKAM PUFFS. FIRST nKTIIK SKA•
son. lemon m'tlngii* pie. vuiiUa bkiciilt*,
O, K ami linger prctxel*, at I*' •. * itak
SCHOOL BOOKS AT OAHDNLRS
B.ixanr, I'J Brought*ti street, east. Marne*'
Second Reader. St'-; Third Rei*b*r. i •*.
Fourth Re.ul* r, 4.-. Fifth Header, shc.
MMtith * Ftn*t i*eograph> 11 . Rohln
smi'a New l*ra< ti *1 Arttbin* tic, 43c.
Look* U>tighi. sol.i and exchange*!
U SHOULD HEW MILLER'S KURNI*
ture; newest style* fi>r imlruom, dining
roatn, i sir lor, In oak. walnut nisi mahog
any; Miller s prices atul terms eto ia
sonahle. 2U7 litugtitai, west.
YOI WUA. LIKI. THE MILK FROM
Hpringtlcid Dali); It's rich and pure, try
$1 ( FIR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while Os y last C I*. Miller, Agent
“u SHOULD HKB MILLER'S NKW
•tyie* in i HttelH mailing, window shade*,
art squares, rugs, knw curtains, etc.;
Miller'* i>ri*H and teruta *r* rcasonahk*
FINK RICKFIKLD rAIIB AT HA
kera," every day. I*eat of all other m els
IF ITS HUGH YOU W ANT. YOU CAN
g*t them cheaper from McOllll*.
KIMBAU.’S ANTI K IIK IT M A TANARUS! C
ring*, thousands using them ami ail ben
•<H*d Gardner'* Itasaar. ngt.
Sli VIAL. AN UNLIMITLIr SUPPLY
of nice willow rookrra; Ldtca' atae, at $3
J. Y>' Teeple.
SLN 1 $ S NICE RATTAN VM hCKER -
ladles’ slxe. largo a 4 * 4 ***rtiiint of reksri,
'uu<’hes and raay haiiw C I*. Miller,
OCT IST I Wild. MOVE TO 414 WEST
Broughton. Ring up 24M If yon want to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage, I guarantee prices
the same a* I do the work that's given
to mr A H Gridin. 314 Broughton street,
west, mattresses mad** tn order.
If OILLIS’ LACIO CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
U SHOULD BKB MILLER'S OFFICE
desks. ulh*e table*, oftlca chairs, ofth'*
matting, oflk aliatlea. C. I*. Mliior,
~~U WILL SOON MOVE AND U WILL
certainly neG something In my line;
U will *av* money by trading wKti mc C.
P Miller. Agent
M’OILLIS HELI> SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna pattern*' for 99 cent*.
“18 TOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
Stlffel K Freeman h ive a stan.ung ff*r
of sl,mu for every safe of their make that
due* not preserve Its content*. On* safe
was In burning debris 113 hours When
taken out, the hose hsl to la turned <i
it When open**], not a page was dla
• uturel, not a r**. ord tost, not a dollar de
nt roved If you went security, buy a
Stiff* II it Freeman safe. C I*. Miller,
Au C nt.
~ M'GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS.
Inca curtains, hammock*, water cooler*,
pillow*, picture*. *love*. hedruotn sultea,
and furnltura of every dee**rlptloti.
hi:i: the JEW!!* stoves and
range* for aale by J. W Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gsaollne atove.
t* 9HOUU) SEND TOUR ORDERS
for tuning and repairing pianos arid or
gana t<> W. P. Manning, with C. I' Mil
ler, Agent, prompt attention to out-of
town otdei * i‘ Mtttt i A
M GILL IB MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and at ores |4anos stul furniture; beet work
only; no "Cheap-Jtihn" price*—no Cheap-
V SHOULD SEE MILLER H STOVKH
atul range*; th> l*>st makes at reasonable
grief * i ’ M III* r. Agent.
-rniNiTunn movot) with carb. •
1* ■ •tM.'laltr Wllh M
IT HHOI’I.O HKNI> HR YOIIU OR
dan, for nph„l,lrrln* parlor ami Aiding ruoni
(urnllurv In fa-nihrr. llk n1 oth,*r fab
ric*. In ihe lx-t nianner, curfaal hair,
mmi am) cotton nwirraara rroovalMl,
all w-*rk wall dona ami atiafa< tlon guar
anteed. C. P Miller. Agent.
"when you BEE Mattur BlXTY
fnch cenla ruga, you will buy them,
lug can’t help It; will Ball In an) quan
HOW ARE YOUR ERKT? IF YOUR
feat ara troubling you, call on me and I
will glva you-relief; I cure Ingrowing
nalla, torn, and all dlaaaeaa of the faet
without pain; chargea reaennahle; can
give tit. heat rafarencea In tha city; pa
tlantn treated al raaldancea; order, can
ha left at Etvlngaton'a drng "tore, null
and Congreaa gr.h; talaphona 2*S. Gem
Davie. Burgeon chlropndl"!
IIKM' \V AM liU-MAI.K.
for TnTtkd statem
army, able ic died unmarried men batwean
•in of 21 and la; cltlxeii* of Unit'd
State*. of load character and temperate
habits, who ran apeak, read and writs
Ktutllah Recruit* arc apcrlally desired
for a< rvlce tn Philippine* For Informa
lion apply to recrtlltln* office. XU Hull
etreet. Savannah. Ge.
‘ WANTED?"MAW. UPRIGHT-CHAR
noter. to manage business of old *•titb
its he! house; salary lid per week and •
penaes payable enrh work direct from
headquanersl expense money advanced;
position permanent; reference. Ntandard
House. 301 Caxton butldlmc. Chicago
‘WANTED. ONB FIRST-CUAHH
white barber; good pay and i>ermanent
position. Apply to P. C. Davis, feala. Fla.
XcKNTH WANTKIT~Kndt A PO*T
pleie hlssory of ih" Galveston flood, writ
ten by Murat Halstead, the reet hlsto
rtan. who personally vtalted the scene of
destruction. It gives a vivid description of
th awful horror. Outfit fre; send !> 2-r ent
stamps to mall It. Thousands will Is- sold;
get In the Held at once. J. 1,. Nichols &
Cos.. No. 313-No. 325 Austell building, At
lanta, Oa. __
“CAMPAIGN BUTTONS. SWEI.I.KST
out; IWuograptieel. four colors, Bryan. Mc-
Kinley. etc., none better: only *1 per IW>;
senrl & r ents for samples. Franklin A
Foils, manufacturers. Savannah, tin
"•rtVo-HTiJBV HOt’SK WANTED
(with lawn or garden (>referrdi. In good
local loti. Address Good Tenant, tble
FLAT* FOR HKftT.
nell, west; 4 room* are! hath, (1* ier
month, from Oct. 1. W J. Mlscally, Jr.
A”CHQICWf FUAT. FURNISHED." TO
Icl, aingly or entire; gentlemen preferred.
123 Oglethorpe avenue, west.
"fdatthkbb large rooms bath
room. Corner Broughton and Houston.
FOII~ RENT.~ FUAT OF ROOMS
over drug store, corner Bolton and Mont
gomery street*. (15 per month; ktsy In
drug atore. J. T. Shuplrlne. corner Con
gress and Jefferson streets.
"to” RRNT7 13 JON EH. F. AST,' FUAT
cud baivuicut. to malt family, •
H AXTkh-HIM 1.1.1-tißOtll.
if you want <hioi Miidt, oet it
ft.ait Hpringtn ki Dairy. If* rich, pure and
_ IK YOU WANT A TO DUMP
earth dirl. aaml. manor., ear . froo of
rhairge. iuat at city Mmlia. hauling ovor
hard road wrtta or telephona Grown
Hi,. , ,u<ner Andaraon and Earl Uruad
ph nr.NT— nuuNi.
room . every convenience, krt Ih.r Hard
afreet, near Uheriy
NK’F.I.Y Ft'M.VIHHKD ” HO, >MS,
Ho.ithern eieure. uualarn ,XMivenienoaa,
310 Jonea, cat.
►OR RENT. NEXT TO THE COR.VBR
of Punfrrra nud Montgomery atroata.
thr, -*tor> tirlck hou••• Klr-t cia.M . ndl
ti. ti Apply to J. 11. tielmki n. Wtiiigfear
and 1-lle rty atr.eta.
FOR RENT TO AN ACCEPTARUi
party, ttty rf-tdancc. nortiiea.t corner Firat
.it,-I I ■ .-cpiy i‘. W llowa and,
No. HI it,, at roof.
FOI * • ■ t 'HB.
No 31? V\ .ildhurg at reel, eaat. left ween
Alvrtam and lan oln. (Irgcl.iai order
and condition; every , aa>venl,K* Might
rent to right tenant Eetalo Hitomon
,’olu ii. Writ Itroiol ami Mnnightun alreoft.
FOR RENT. FOMKoRTAMI.n lIOtTBB.
No 31 r. W.ildtMrg afreet, eaat. hetwoan
A Ire root n ami l,im-ln; (erftvi .vuvlltfag;
newly paperml, hot *rl , ok) water; . very
caiventence Rotate Salomon ,’ufaao.
Writ iiroad and llrmightia, atrveta.
FOR It ENT. RFsHUKNFR 3 IlOle
ion etreet, w.-et aeven fiena. at) con
venlenre*. newly |uperd and point#,! tSO
per monll, k.,re for one >„ir Aptdv t,,
J T Bhuptrlnc, corner ,’oftgraaH ami Jof
fi ceon Blreefe.
Foil RENT THAT DkrHl It ARI.U* HEfT
lileii. e. and I'ark avenue, weid. with all
lot. at Improvement,. Apply i\ H. lyautech,
X Hull atr,et. wnat.
mil HUNT. DEBIHAIH.E DWEIJ.INf)
with all moileru Iniprov,-menta. In good
repair. 30k Junta, mil, Kollo,, h A He rav
FOR RENT. DUBIRADLE IIHITK
hoiiae*. nuinle r 403 ami th Hutrlngdon,
eaat; newly papered and rrtalrl. with
,11 modern Improvemenla Atiply to B.
<' Way, Ill'll Telephone, 137fi
FOR It HINT, TWO MTOKtM, 13 AND 17
ftav at reel, weal, thirty h> ninety feel,
"a 'h. wflh ,-eth.ra and etev itora; pmiaea
aton Pit 1, For term,, apply to Oeerfo
W mvi I llryan atreet, eaat.
" ONE OF THU BFHT lit'Hl NEBS
aland* for rent. Apply Flatahvk Jk t’o.,
“FOR RUNT. STORE. 113 IIROUOIG
t,m afreet, coat; ixigee aion Imnw-llataly
ato m>vil -l al ut.la raitdencea and
ffata. Apply A Mylly, 13 llryan atrvat,
Fill) BAUB—RBSAG KXTATM.
FOR HACK. DOTH ON"nINTIu”nEAR
Eaat Itr.wd. at tDO each: will Boon be
advanced to 133?,; when a lot haa keen
paid for I ran arrauga to gat a homa
fault!. C. H Dorset!.
TOR : Aid A 1-1 >T FOIt TWO HUN
dred dollara. eaay tarma, on Ninth airM,
near Eaat Urnad; no city taaatlon. C. H.
FOIt HAM: TIIOHB DOTH ON NINTH
atrael. near Eaat Urnad have only been
•old to ffrat-claaa pnrttea. who will make
good nelghfaora; ami nona other can buy.
The terine are very eaay. and they ara
cheaper than any other In tlia vicinity.
! 11 Doraett. _____________
FOR BADE. DOTH ON NINTH STREET
near Eaat llroad; no city taxaa, at 3X4
each; twenty-five dollara caeh. and eaay
monthly payments. C. H Doraett.
RESIDENCES AND liITUDINO I/OTB
for aale all aver the rlty. Hobart H
Totem, real aatata dealer. No. 7 York
Will HHAZId.! THERE It* WlTCH
baxoi and wltciihaael one la made to
euro, the other la inadr to aall. put a
bottle of oura fay the *tde of atm of tha
oilier kind; w glva you all Iha quality
and an the quantity tlmt your mosey en
titles you Ice-a pint for a quarter Uereee'i
Drug Btor. a, Henry aud Abercorn. Whit
aker and Taylor.
“fmII BAEB OK EXCHANGE. MARVIN
eafe, 3 feel k by 4 feed t; g,aal mmdJtkm;
will tell or exchiMige for MnaUer eafe.
Klrliy. 10-cent atore,
CbWR FOB HAI.E. IF YOU WANT*A
good milk cow. reaeunoble, I can aupply
you. Call 471 Weat Itoumiary
ABH AND CYPRKBn DUMBER FOR
eale— USO.OUO feet of aah suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage makers car worka end
Interior house flnteh. Also cypraaa lumber
of all eliwre We h-ve resumed uttlng our
famous brands of cypreea shingles and will
soon have a full line of them for aale. Vale
Royal Manufacturing Company.
"~BPRING FIELD DAIRY IH NOTED
for having rich, pure milk; try It; you
will lie pleaeed.
lost a.si* vtit’sn.
IAiST. BUACK AND TAN BITCH;
answers to the name of Clide. Reward If
relumed to box office. Theater.
LOBT-EfcALL TAN DOO, SHARP
realures; answers to name of Jack; haa
collar on. Reward If returned to Id
Ninth street, east.
UNIT, DIAMOND RING, 4i KARAT,
near Oglethorpe avenue and Kmm Broad
atreet; the tinder will be i-wiirded If re
turned to A. Jrrger. care of W. F. Retd's
MODKRN PLUMBING. IT WIUU HE
to your Interest to let me give you an •*-
tim-ito on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specialty, as I am
a practical plumber. No gueas work to
endanger your Hfe. Wiggins, 'phone tvt.
Georgia or Bed.
tIH EM.A VFSM .
HAVB TOUR HOUSE FAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entlra
satisfaction guaranteed. Adama Faint
~ WANT HI ~6nB~TM< it’RA D Hint
gry |*rofd<> at the Bouthero Grocery Com
pany, 114 Barmird street.
~WE BELL SEWER PIPE. FLUB
pipe. (Ire clay, lire brick at loweat price*.
Adams Faint Company, lot Congress,
MnllF THAN uni: MDN[H:i:!> CENT*
tn every dollur of your hard-earned hard
cash at the fkmlhert* Grocery Company,
111 llurnard street.
OYPBINE IB THE BEST WALL FIN-
Ish made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. 1M Congress, west.
REDUCE TOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned bard cash
with the Southern Grocery Comjiauiy, 114
- " - reg-iag
Empty Molaee-e Uugalteade fa*
C. M. Gil BERT & CO_
flOl PARKER’S k
Jl HAIR BALSAM