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VOTERS GETTING IN LINE.
(Continued ftom Eighth race )
who had advised him to apr.tk "promiscu
ously." and then told of a talk which lie
liad had with u business man. who had
aald that he believed In sound money, did
uoUtalfc much stock In Imperialism, and
had no objection to seeing McKinley re
"There Is a liras element of this class
of people here.” said Mr. Osborne. "They
assume that she money question and im
perialism are the leading Issues ol the
campaign. It Is a great mistake. The
money question will settle Itself. It |s
not a dominant feature nor an Impending
evil. The question of Imjierlallsm will set
tle Itself. The people of this country will
not permit a larae standing army to exist
They will rise up In their common sense
and put a stop to It the..momrnt there
ceases to be opposition to the flag. When
the people get ready they will tear the
crown from Mark Hanna's head and they
will do It roughly ”
The great oonstllullonal question. Mr
Oahorne said, the qne that menaces the
liberty of the people and threaten* to de
prive them of their rights. Is the trust
ones:lon. “This Is the important ques
tion." he sold, and one which will grow
In importance with the growth of the
nation Under our form of government
an evil eannot be dealt with unless you
hava a party behind you. and so It is in
this Instance. 1 make no war upon capi
tal. The proper aggregation of capital
for business purpont* no man can con
demn. but that combination of capital
which seeks to get Into Its dutches the
necessities of life, controlling both their
price to the producer and their coat to
the consumer, and Increasing Ihe cost far
beyond the necessities of the manufac
turer*—thla Is the thing lo which you and
1 and the Democratic party are opposed
these so-called trusts have exercised the
greatest prerogative of government, that
of taxation. They have taxed you. not
openly and boldly as a king would do. hut
in a sneaking and underhanded manner.
A monarch gives notice boldly of his ex
it' t lon*. The trust sllp Its hand Into
your pocket and extracts Its 101 l almas:
without your knowledge. More war. blood
shed ami revolution has resulted because
of this very thing of taxation than for
any other cause, and yet an aggregation
of capital, a private monopoly, exercises
this prerogative, but does It In a secret,
sneaking way. Endeavor to flght the
ttust by estahllshiiig rompeilng manufac
tories and there w a sudden drop In prices
your section, >oti are starved out. the
trust buys your plant and prices go up
Mr. Osborne declared the existence of
these trusts and the manner In which
their operation* are conducted to be
criminal. Their exactions are felt by all
classes, hul those who suffer most are the
laboring man and the man on a small
salary. There pay lax and with every cup
of coffee they drink, to the sugar and
coffee trusts, with every bite of a biscuit,
to the flour trust, and when they die some
body must pay tribute to the trust which
puts the silver plate on Ihe raffln. When
Ihe workingmen of the country realise
that they are working an hour a dav
extra for the benefit of the trusts, he de
clared. then they will demand a reckon
ing with these m<m-uer*.
As an Instance of trust exactions Mr.
Osborne referred to the coal trust, where
thousands of miner*, he said, working for
00 cent* a day, were compelled to buy
goods from the trust stores. There wo*
ample Cause for an uprising against such
• eruditions, he declared. This and other
things, he salt), showed why It was that
a (tarty was needed, a strong organlxatlon.
that when the time comes the blow may
be struck for liberty. Such a party must
have a leader. The Democratic Is the
party which is fighting the battle of the
isople against the trusts and which will
omltiuc to flght, whether successful hi
this campaign or the next It has a lead
er whom It will follow and who Is known
The anecdote of Arnold Wlnkelrled, the
Swiss patriot, who sacrificed his life In
order to make an opening In the rank*
of the Austrian host*, crying "Make way
]<>• liberty.” was used very.effe.lively by
the |s-aker es e twrallcl case to thet of
the Democratic standard bearer, who Is
t> ady to sacrifice himself. If need l*‘. In
outer that an opening may be made In
the ranks of tin enemies of the people
and liberty kepi ellve. whether victory be
won now or In some future campaign.
The lutml played "Dixie." after which
Mr Oe-orge A Mercer, Jr , offered the
following resolutions, which were unani
Whereas. The Republican* of Ihe Hrst
uigreswlonnl District of tieorglo. recently
at a convention In this city, nominated a
candidate for Congress trom ibis district
h opposition to the candidacy of Hon.
Ilufus K. lieater. the Democratic nominee,
'Whereas. It Is the duty of Democrat*
this campaign to suiflioit every nontl
i is* of the pirty with fidelity and X'al, In
toiler that we mnv show by the voles re
, cived by those championing our canoe
that we stand together In an unbroken
.olumn for those honored and trusted by
thi Democrat* of tbl* district, and.
Whereas. In the next Congress there
will arise questions of great Importance
to the district, and especially to the city
of Savannah as n twrl of entry for sea
going vessels of deep draught, and the tn
icrssts of the jott would probably suffer
with an Inexperienced representative Injm
this district. Col. le*ler having signally
shown In the |*l hie ability to secure
recognition for the |>ort therefore, be It.
"ttesolved. first. That the t>emoerats of
r'hathamraunty hereby pledge themselves.
In mass meeting assembled, to support
lion, Hufus E. 1 .ester In this campaign
In recognition of his long and continued
►••rvlcfi a* a public ■*rvant in the por
tions of honor and truat to which the peo
ple ha\e railed him at varloua times, and
that ihe mem hers of the Bryan and Btev
•naon Club plcdgf themselves to work for
a full Democratic vote for this able mod
valuable reprenecniutUc In the lower
‘ Resolved, fin ond. That the serr ary
of this meeting he and Is hereby Instructed
to forward to Hon. Rufus K 1-ester a
ropy of thewe resolution* that he may
know of the confidence reposed In him by
the voters of this county, and the Inter
felt in his re-election to an office that
hr has filled wih such honor during the
l*at several years.”
There being nothing further before the
meeting a motion to adjourn was put and
acfM upon. The general verdict was that
the meeting had been a very satisfactory
on* and that as a starter of the campaign
the club had nothing to complain of.
AT TUB THKATKH.
“Sottoim of To.nlght •<! To
Tha flrat prtMntalton In Savannah of
•he dramatised "Borrow# of Satan,” will
ho seen at th* Theater to-night. In her
• "markable story of the Devil on earth.
Mine Corelli ha* ta*e<) her former concep
ona, all revoluilonlae*!, of the worlrl re
tarding the Prince of Darkness. She
i*. for lit* flrat time In the hlatory of
< erature or the drama. made him a fallen
igel. and the character ehe assigns 10
I m during hi* visit to the *arth In the
t rm of a mortal, is startling In It* orU
illty and etrlklng It* Its probability. It
w is Inevitable that auch a novel, ttwns
-1“ ed Into almost every spoken tongue
• -utd reach the great sale It has
The play require# a cast of ability, for
•l.* Corelli's characters are never com
hl'*!)place, and elaborate scenery, fer the
Devil, when on earth, la welcomed In
Doridon'a moat gorgeoua palaces, end, In
ht turn, astonishes even royalty by the
htignlftrenc* of hi* fetes.
Saratoga Arondack Water. All you can
drink at Solomons' drug etore. Bull and
Charlton street*, for fire rente This
••ter Is a genuln* Table Tonic, cAire*
&>Heaps!* mod ihdigesUott. Tty It.-ad
Nothing so good l B,scu,t J
in the way of bis- hr
cuit and wafers f Uneeda\
ever baked before. ( j
\ Wayfer j
No other products
of the oven were
ever delivered to l
\ Biscuit j
the consumer in so k m
perfect a package. /Uneed >
At *ll grocers—absolutely fresh always. I GrflhsiT)
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY. V Wafer J
L *' HE
MU'I KIIHFH'H HI II.DING PEHMI I*.
% large Number l.ranted for Ad
ditions anil Repairs.
September show* up very fairly In the
building line. Although no work of Im
portance has been started during the
month, there I* a good deal of building
atxl repair work In progress. Among the
permit* Issued from the offleeof the board
of lax a**e*aors during the month are lha
Mr* Mary T. Adams, to build two-glory
frame house No. ll# First street, east.
Mr*. Susan Wood, lo remodel front and
make two stores, 2R Broughton street,
K M and F. T. Prendergast. to bulkl
two-siory frame house 17 First street,
Mary E Butler, to build one-story frama
house. Elghih street.
H. C. Brinkman, to build two two-story
frame houses Abervorn street.
T M Cunningham to build piazza. No.
310 Gaston, ease
Re beers Kraft, to remodel brick house
and build shed. Lincoln street.
E. F. and R. P. Lovell, trustees, to put
In new front and repair Interior. No. 11l
H. 11. Miller, to remodel and Improve
No. 322 Wayne street, west.
II II Millet, to remodel Nos. 143, 147
and 14# Randolph slreel. Into two o.ie
storv frame house*.
L. K Newton, to repair fire damage. No.
(43 Nichols street
8 Hardy, to erect one-story frame rot
tagl. Eighth street.
N Fred Peters, to add four rooms to
house New Houston and Burroughs
George Schley, to build piazza No. 131
Gaston street, east.
George Ehlers, lo erect two stores with
dwelling overhead. Indian and West
Ilnsa 8 Biddle, lo bulk! two-story frame
house, Ninth street.
Bryan Mutual Aid So lety. to build two
story frame house Margaret and Lumber
George W. Owens, to build one-story
building, corrugated tron sides, at Dray
ton. near Ggston streets.
George Ball, to build Iwo two-story
frame houses. Waklburg street.
Estate of Fabian Brown, to remodel'
hrl. k building No. 11l Jefferson slreel.
Dr. A B. Simmons, to add ba> window.
No 17 Gordon, west.
L. W Theiia. to move house from south
side Of Eat 111 avenue to lot 35. oout hvtllc
lit. 8. M. Roach, to remodel and Improve
front porch. No. 13 Jones, west.
G. H. Miller, to build iwo one-story
frame houses and convert barn Into a
dwelling. Stiles avenue.
j. w. (Jell, to odd veranda to seconj
Y. M. C. A.'* NIGHT fUMM.
t* 111 He Organised at the Association
Buslnee* opportunities and advancement
for the uneducated aatd unqualified young
man grow alarmingly tea* each year. Not
withstanding this fact, statistic* show that
•lx out of seven young men leave echool
before the age of M. Hut one In thirty
one continues to the age of It; and but
one In ten Itniahe* a primary education,
and Irtit one In fifteen hundred. * uni
versity or technical education.
A* many young men. by force of clrcum
slaitcr* ire compelled to earn a livelihood
from early youth, and are thus deprived
of that necessary preparation for bu-i
--n- or professional life, liie Voting Men's
Christian A>*o< latlon's evening education
al classes are or*-inl*od to meet this want,
and offer to every ambitions young man
„ course of study which. If petserverlngly
pursued will Increase hi* earning rapac
|t> raise him to a higher plane of use
fulness. and broaden hi* Influence In the
The classes will be organlxed to-night at
130 at the association building. In the fol
lowing branches: English, embracing,
grammar, spelling, composition and practi
cal correspondence: penmanship, arithme
tic. short ban.) bookkeeping, mechanical
drawing. . .
The course will he six month*, each class
meeting IWO night* n week The cost of
(he . lasstp I* onlv for the term Every
young man thinking of Joining any of the
Clnssee. I expected to be present to-night.
ATOI.V'3 A VKfikO'li yiMvßl.
The rhara* on Which a W hile Wo
man Was Veeterday Arrested.
Viol* Douglas, white, and Annie Yat*s.
colored both frequenters of ih# Tender
loin were arrested last night by ratrol
_... M Davis on the charge of stealing
.dothe* from Florence Peterson another
dentren of tbs. district. Th*
clothes were found In th* poesesslon of
accused women and *r* now at the
barracks to * “• ed •'
•b- prisoners when they shall be tried
ibis morning btfora th* Recorder * Court. (
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1900.
CHINA MEN t.ttlß TROIBLK.
C!lr Says Mast Sleep Ashore, Federal
Government *n>s They Mustn't
Twenty-nine Chinamen, the crew of the
Ettrtckdale, a British ship that arrived
here Tuesday, have been the cause of a
clash between local and national laws
that Is still unsettled. According lo Ihe
low of the port nil sailors are required
lo sleep ashore during this season of Ihe
year, while the national law. known as
the Chinese exclusion act. prevents the
landing of Chinamen In this country.
When Ihe Ettrtckdale arrived Tuei<a\
and th captain was notified of the law
regarding all sailors sleeping ashore he
said that he was not allowed to land the
Chinamen, consequently they could not
come under that act. Dr. Brun
ner, the health ofil er. took the
mntter to Deputy Colie, tor of Port John
son, who telegraphed the fact* of the
case to Ihe treasury department, and ask
ed for instructions. He was told tha
the Chinese could not he landed.
Dr. Brunner, however, was not satisfied
and look the matter lo Acting Mayor
Tledemoc, who In turn consulted <'ll/
Attorney Adams. Mr Adams. In a letter
t< Mr. Tledeninn. look the stand that the
Visit of a Chinese crew under such rlrcum
atances os those of the present, was so
rare that It would protiably he well in
this case not to make n light for the
rigid enforcement of the health law. Dr.
Prunner. however takes another view >f
Ihe matter, and will have another confer
enoe with regard 4o I: this morning with
A High-Grade Institution for Ladle#
Shorter College. Homo., Ge Write for
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTT -
Notice Is hereby given to all persona hav
ing demands against Mary Anderson, kite
of said county deceased, to present them
lo me. properly mad'- our. within the Hm.
prescribed by law. so as to show their
character and amount; ami all persons In
debted to said deceased are required lo
make immediate payment to ns
Robert iv Mclaughlin.
Savannah. Ge.. Sept 4. 1900.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notice Is hereby given to all persons hav
ing demand* against John Green late of
raid county, deceased, to presr nt them
to me. protrerly made out. within the
time prescribed by law. so a to show
their character and amount; and all per
sons Indebted to said deceawd are re
rulrfd to make Immediate pavmen to
me PATRICK O'CONNOR,
Care O'Connor. O'Byme ft Hartrfdge.
Attorneys at Law.
Savannah. Oa.. Sept. 4. 1W
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notice Is hereby given to all per* ns hav.
iiig ,k maud* ugainst Ellas Barrett. Iste
of said county, deceased, to present them
o me. properly made out. within the
time prescribed by law. so as to show
their character and amount; a/td all per
sons Indebted to ssld deceased are re
ouired to make Immediate payment to me
q M A. O'BYRNE.
Savannah. O* . B-pl *■ I * lft
,WLan ' r ’ r ’or dinance?" - "
By Alderman Haas—
An ordinance to grant th* permit* here
in mentioned for the improvement of the
property herein mentioned:
Section 1. Be It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of th* etty of Savannah In
t'ounell assembled. That the petitions of
Joseph D. J irk-on for the improvement of
lot M, Crawford ward, of Mary A. Con
nolly for the improvement of lot 11. Iter
ri*n ward, of H. H. Miller for the Im
provement of the southeast I, of fl Her
rlen ward, and of II H l-atilaaore for
Ihr improvement of lot* 3D and B. Forsyth
ward, in the city of Savannah, presented
to Council and referred by Council to the
Committee on Eire, be and they ate
gsc ; Thai all ordinance* end part* jf
ordinances In confllce with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance read In Council for th# flrat
ttm*. Sept. 1. I**- and publlahed for In
formation. P BAIDET.
Clerk of Council.
MMorpMae and Whlakey hab
it* treated without pair or
"CONEI BION' REIGNS SUPREME
b*r a few leys more, but still have lime
to liml iitul sell a handsome engagement
linger ring, an everlasting, good-luck
b login/ plain gold finger ting Hprelal
a e this week of plain end fancy set gold
finger rings 8 ,|l,t gold speetecles fitted
with best flpencers’ lenses, either for
short or long sight. *2 30. Fegeas. 2 Kest
liioogbi.n llalr. Jewelry and Shaving
Supply House. Mall orders promptly tilled.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT tJARDNKK'S
Bissau 12 Broughton Orest, eist; Barnes'
Second Header. Sc; Third Header Me;
Fourth Header, lie; Fifth Header. Me.
Moutelth First Geography. 17c. Robin
son's New I'ractl at Ailthmellc, Jc.
Books boughi, sold .id exchanged.
“have Y til'lt BICYCLE HE FAIR INO
d.wie properly, that* the way we <to '.t.
W !’ Higgins, 12.i Drayton.
V SHOULD SEE MILUCH'S FURNI
- newest styles for bedroom, dining
room. istrior. in oak. walnut and mahog
any. Miller's pi lees and terms ars rea
sonable. 2HT Broughton, west,
SOME HAVE WHY NOT YOU?
mold tin scramble b> trading your school
hooks now . besl.hs It allow* us more time
lo "flx" yours. Tarver's Old Besik Store
YOU WILL LIKI. THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy, It's rich ami pure, try
V SHOULD SEE MILLERS NEW
styles In earpet*. metttng, window shaelea.
art squares, rugs. lace curtaltte, etc.;
Miller's prices and terms are reasonable.
3U7 Broughton, west.
FINE HICKFIKLI- i.Allli AT BaT
her'*." every day. Peel of oil other anal*
ik its nros you want you can
get them cheaper loom MeGlllls.
KIMBALL S ANTI- It HE V H A TI C
rings; thousand* using them end ail ben
efited. Gardner s Kitxaar, agl
THE" PRICKS AT WHICH WE SELL
bleyelr sundries ire entrancing. Try ui
M F. Higgins, I|3 Drayton
SPECIAL AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers, ladles' else, at 12
J. W. Teeple.
*1 4 BUYS NICK RATTAN"ROCKERS,
ladles' eUe. large assortment of rockers,
ranches end easy chairs. C. P Miller.
OCT IST I WILL MOVE TO 414 WEST
Rmughion Ring up 2441 If you want to
hove your furnluire moved or pagked for
shipment or storage. I guarantee prices
the same as 1 do the work that's given
to me. A S Grlflln. 314 Broughton slreel,
west; mattresses made to order.
M'GILLIS LACE curtains will
beautify your parlor.
U SHOULD SEE MILLER'S OFFICE
desks, office table**. office chairs, office
matting, office shades. C. P. Miller.
“DARK EVENINGS ARE NOW Cost
ing. |et ua sell you a lamp; prices. 75c to
S3 SO IV F. Higgins. 12a Drayton.
~u will' soon move and u will
certainly need something In my line;
U will save money by trading with me. C.
P Miller, Agent
M'GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrna patterns—for M cents
"FURNITURE MOV BD WITH CARE."
la a specialty with McGUIIe.
T SHOULD SEND TOUR ORDERS
for tuning end repairing piano* and or-,
■ana lo IV I* Manning, with C. I* Mil
ler. Agent; promi>t attention to out-of
town orders. C. P. Miller. Agent.
IS YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
BtifTel A Freeman have a standing offer
of 21 mu for every safe of their make that
does not preserve Its contents One safe
was In burning debris 1U hours When
taken out, the hoae had to be turned on
II When opened, not e page was dls
cotorad. not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed. If you want arcurlty. buy a
Stiffen ft Freeman nafe. C. P. Miller,
M'GILLIS IS CHEAP ON KUOB. NETS,
lees curtalne. hammocks, water coolers,
pillow*, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
end furniture of every descrlptlonT
- HKK THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
M LILLIS MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
end More* pianos and furnltur*. best work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no Cheep-
John" Job# _____
U SHOULD SEE MILLER S" STOVES
end ranges; the best makes at reasonable
price*. C. P. Miller. Agent.
U SHOULD SEND MF. YOUR OR
derwfor upholstering parlor and dining room
furniture In nether, silk end other fab
rics. In the best manner: curled hair,
moss end cotton maure-ses renovated;
all work well dona end satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P Miller. Agent.
lino FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last C. P Miller. Agent
“WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLIS' SlXTY
tnch eente rug*, you will buy them.
Juet can’t help It; will sell In any quan
HOW ARK VOUR rKKTT IK TOUR
feat are troubling you, call on ms an<l t
will give you relief; I cure ingrowing
nalla. corn* and all dlaaea of the feet
without pain; chargee reasonable; <an
give the beat references In the city; pa
tlenta trea'ed at realdcncee: orders ran
he left a Livingston's drug store. Bull
and Con areas eereets; telephone 293 Lem
Be vis surgeon chiropodist
HELP \V AM ED-M tI.K.
WAXTKD, KuK UNITED STATES
army, able b died unmarried men boiwean
ng. -of SI and 25; cltiaens of United
Slates, of good cliaraciar and temperate
habits, who ran apeak, read and writs
English Recruits are apeciaily desired
for service In Philippines. Kor Informs
Hon apply lo recruiting ofnea, 2W Bull
ftreal. Savannah, Ua
WANTEI >. STRf INC. BOY~W~TO~ 1*
years old Apply Superintendent Job De
parimenl. Morning News.
WANTED. BOY ABOUT IH YEARS
old. Apply to Snedeker A Cos., 751 Whealon
-WANTED. MAN COOK FOR LYONS
Hotel; good wages lo right party; come
well recommended. 224 Slate street, west.
WANTKD.A BOY OF I* TO 1* YEARS
of age In do .-oileetlng and make himself
generally useful. Address Box L.. Morn
WANTED. MILL AND TU RPESTIN F.
hands, carpenters, caulkers, cypress log
sawyers and choppers. Hood e-amps and
hoard. Her William Huber, lli West I lay
street. Jacksonville. Fla.
WANTED. A RELIaBI.E MAN TO
auperlntend saw mll!;output IS.fIOO to SMMD.
Paying position for one with experience
and ability; none others wanted. Ad
dress T.. Morning News oflp-e.
SALESMAN TO REPRESENT US
with line of goods that sell themselves
National Supply Company, Dept C.. Ma
WANTED A GOOD ALL ROUND
printer for country weekly; young man
preferred: good salary. Address Itox ISO.
MUt K WAATKD.
“vT'CnTKD !~A HOCttVr
boihood of Liberty or McDonough afreets,
or Oglethorpe avenue, west of Jefferson
sultsble for boarders Mra. Alley, north
west comer Whitaker and Anderson
TWO-UTORfr HOUSE WANTED
fwllh lawn or garden preferred). In good
location. Addrsaa flood Tenant, thta
rooms, real reasonable Address Quick.
AN HYPNOTIC INFLUENCE!
One Becomes Appalled and Dazed
By Such Accumulation of Beauty!
The exquisite display at our Millinery “opening”
yesterday surprised even Savannah’s ladies, and they
are rare judges.
THE OPENING LASTS TO-OAY.
The first grand treat to-day in honor of our opening will
be some BUREAU SCARFS and SHAMS, white linen ap
pliqued and embroidered and none worth less than $1.60),
Also, 100 dozen Ladies’ Pure Linen, lace trimmed and
hemstitched Handkerchiefs (worth, as you can see, 20c),
gg—g-SMI j_ILLLJ. > ..■JELTJL I ”S'l'.i JJ'JL! 1 ”.- "TTt
l St BULL SISV
I he Leader of Low Prices.
MKLP W ANTED—PEMAI.B.
WANTED. WHITE OIRI. TO CtatK.
e|e ; family In country; P> and board per
month. Address Cook care Morning News
GOOD. RELIABLE CttftK VVANTKTu
must bring reference. Call at once 229
'WANTED. ANEXPKHIENCKD Volf
ore<| woman for (lining room and house
work; mtisi have the heal of reference*.
Apply No. 711 Whitaker -treei
WANTED. OOOD WHITE AND I'OU
ored women rooks, table and house girls.
Tampa. Bartow. Ink- H>ten. Paitn Ilea h
Bee William Huber, 317 Weal Hay street.
"aGENTS W ANTED FOR
pletr history of the Galveston flood, writ
ten by Murat Halstead, the great histo
rian. who personally visited the scene of
destruction. II gives a vivid description of
the awful horror. Outfit free; send b 2-cent
stamps to mall It. Thousands will la- mid.
get In the Held at oner. J L. Nichols A
Cos.. No. 912-No. 925 Austell building. At
HMl'btlV tIENT WANTED.
"\V ANTE?* P'lSmoNTiN^lrnTTlo a7> ■
can furnish first class references. Hua
tler. care News.
BUTLER, ENGLISH. MIDDLE AfiK
dean, neat and acllvr ; thoroughly uniler-
Siaiide his duties, disengaged Oct. 1;
wages moderate. Address A M
THOHOI 'GHI.Y COMP97T ENT ANI ■
experienced 4ady stenographer desires po
sition. Addrrw* K . letter carrier "It."
.blld, or two connecting roinw, furnished
for light housekeeping. vicinity Eighth
Street lb Hoot; private family only need
apply Address M. U . Morning News.
WANTED LWO LIVE PIGEONS, AD
dres* B. W. H|arry. Duval Hotel. Jack
wi; WANT a NICEGENTLE HORSE
for a lady; must be good rise, ami a good
trial required; must he a horse with aiylc;
no other wanted. Addriws Janies Thomp
son. general delivery. Postofllcc
”lF YOU WANT OOOD MILK, GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, It's rich, pur* and
”ir you want a run to dump
aarth. dirt, sand, manure. etc., free of
rharge. Juat at dty limits, hauling over
hard road, writ* or telephone Brown
Bros., comer Anderson and East Broad
~IK YOU WANT OOOD MATERIAL
and work, ordet your llthographsd and
printed siationerT and blank books from
Morning News Wavarnah. Qa
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. AM.
iVmvenlencea: hoi and cold water Wta
Barnard, near Liberty.
DESIRABLE ROOMS TO LET in
Oglethorpe avenue, west
"nicely FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
gentlemen, or llghl housekeeping; limn,
dishes, gas stove, all conveniences; pel
vaie family; reference# required. 148 Lin
coln al reel.
"ONE DOUBLE ROOM AND TWO ('I)N
-necilng rooms, unfurnished facing South,
with both room privileges, for rent. Apply
to 124 Waldhurg. west.
FURNISHED SOUTH FRONT ROOM,
conveniences on same floor. 211 Liberty
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS MOD
ern conveniences, southern exposure. 210
Jones, east, i
FOR RENT. ROOMS. FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, with or without board. 3)5
I t its fllH RENT.
FOR RENT. SPLENDID FLAT. FIVE
rooms and bath, IU Stale street, .*t;
large rc.uns and every convenience. J E.
Fulton A Hon.
'PARTLY FURNISHED FLAT. (MUTE
■ hot pc avenue, east, corner Aber.orn Ap
ply 129 Broughton, west.
FOR RENT. FLAT OF ROOMS TO
right parties, eheap, Oct. 1. Apply No
429 Tattnall street.
f <ST RENT PARLOR FLAT. WITH
bath S Charlton watt, corner Bull.
i_i—ii— nAAr.~ ~ i
- RENT. SUITE OF ROOMS. Oc
cupied ss dentist's office for the past ten
years; line location, opposite Chatham
Bank and facing on Square, reasona
ble rent to desirable party Apply John
Sullivan, 99 Congress, west.
FOR RENT—MO( SKA
of Congr, ■# and Montgomery streets,
threeenory brick house First das* condi
tion Apply lo J. 11. Hi'ituken, Whitaker
and Lllterty si reels.
FOR KENT TO AN ACCEPTABLE
(kerty. my residence, northeast corner Rrsi
and Drayton street*. Apply C. W Itowsid.
No 2U2 Bay street, earl
'FOR RENT COMFORTABLE HOUSE.
No 317 Waldhurg street, east, between
Aliert-orn and ldm-uln, flrst-clsse ord-r
atid condition, every cirttvenletie. Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen, West llrned and Broughton streets,
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOUSE.
No. 215 Waldhurg street, oast, between
Aberrorn and Lincoln, perfect condition;
newly papered; hot end cold water: every
convenience Estate Salomon Coheu.
West Broad end Broughton streets.
Fon RENT, DESIRABLE DWELLING
with all modern Improvements, In good
repair, m Jones, east. Kolloch A Screv
FOR RENT, LARUE RESIDENCE. P*
Congress el reel, east, southeast corner
Ahmorn M S Baker, Agent 224 Ogle
thorpe avenue, east.
pTTTt TiTxT*r - htoibk
342 Aliercorn street. Apply H Jones, east.
SMALL BTOHKB FOR RENT. I,<H'AT
cil on Stale and President streets, In reer
of Whitfield Building; splendid stand for
small business Apply W 91 A W. E.
“FOR RENT. STORE, 115 HROUOIL
tap street, east; ixiaseislon Immediately
a!-o several <i>al'atila if-idencea and
flats. A| ply A Wylly, 12 Bryan atrest.
for iti:vi— Mint-Ei.i,*xp:ou*.
wante i !■: ha nY for a Yen'
a< re farm and house; no rent. Apply
Livingston's. Bull and Congress.
Foil SALE—HEAL ytTATK,
TIMBER LANDS KOR HALK-TTnE
million acres of virgin limbered lands fqr
sale In Florida; In limclo lo suit purchaser,
by Campbell A Doughiry. Jacksonville.
Kilt MALE. A LOT FOR TWO HlJK
dred dollars, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. H.
FOR - SALE. LOTS'ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, at (300 each; will aoon be
advanced to 1221. when a lot hia been
paid for I can arranga (o gtl a borne
built. C. H. Dorsatt.
FOB SALE THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, bava only been
sold lo first-class parties, who will make
good neighbors; and none other can buy
The terms ars very eaay. and they ara
cheaper than any other In the vicinity,
f H Dorset!.
FOR SALE LOTH ON NINTH STREET
near East Broad; no city tales, at 5249
each; twenty-live dollara cash and sa*y
monthly payments C. II Itorsell.
“ RESIDENCES AND BUILDINO I.OTS
for sale all over the city. Robert H
Tatem. real sntale dealer. No. 7 York
>UM BALK— aiSCeiUAAXOI s.
WITCII HAZEL! THERE 18 WTPciu
hasei and wltchhasel One Is matte to
rurn. the oiler Is mode to sell; put a
lotus of ours by the tide of one of tlia
oiler kind, we give you all the quality
and all the quar.’Jiy ibat your money en
titles you to—a pint for a quarter. Peruse*
Drug Hi r a. Henry and Abercorn, Whit
aker and Taylor
'for SALE. REMINGTON TYPE
wrlter No J. This machine ls In flrat
rlass condition In .every respect, with tin
cover and baseboard complete, only 140.
Answer quick If you want H. 1100, News
KOR SALE ENTIRE STOCK OF
drugs and complete soda water outtll; can
rent you eeoreroom oi corner Public.
Squire; am called to West Virginia: so
come Immediately and get a bargain. M
M Carr, Klborton. Gw
“FOR SALE. TWO COWS. WITH
young calves; can be seen at <4 East
COWS FOR SALE. IK YOU WANT A
good milk <ow. rias rxib.e. I can supply
you. Call 471 West Roundary.
~AHII AND CYPRESS LUMBER FOR
sale ISO.ODo feet of ash suitable for wheel
wrights carriage makers ear work* end
Interior houee finish Also eyprsss lumber
of all sixes We hive resumed cutting our
famous brands of cvprese shingles and will
soon have a full line ~t them for sale. Vale
Royal Manufacturing Company.
'SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pur* milk; try Itj you
will be pleased
'OLD NEWSPAPERS. 100 for a cents, at
Business Office Morning News
n xTaTP aPademV the thYil
ty-acc<md annual sestrlon of the Huvnnttah
Ai-wdetny commeeit-ee (let 1, preparation
fur college or Iwislnesa; special primary
and grammar echoed de|>artment. Apply
nl Ml Hull slreet for catalogues and pe
dal terms. John Taliaferro, principal.
I*l.l Mitt Mi.
MODERN PLUMBING ITWILLBB
lo your Interest lo let me give you an **-
lunate on your plumbing, new or old
work, repair work a specialty, as I em
a practical plumber No guess work lo
endanger your life. Wiggins, 'pbons .‘O7,
Georgia or BeU.
"tUK HTAIt THAT
alt, Naw lHametlc Machine, with ball
bearings. 1 Vntufi A Hon.
“for PAPER HANGER AND PAINT
er gel Taylor a wstlmalas. You won't re
gret It. Painters' supplies
I.ADIKB. HAVE YOUrKiNB'CRE
|kmi and tailor made dresses dyed by
l.ew osadye process, guaranteed nnt to
shrink or gel out of shape New York
Dye Work*. Whitaker and Stale. 'Phunw
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK IS
being turned out by Forest City Latuadry.
! Phone 1979.
WATTH AND JKWKUtY RKPAIRINO
I uivrn |9*ratirnlloii. at Koch A Bji*
van's. 46 Whttukrr
i " FOR FISHING TACKLE. NETS. ETC*
go lo Cornwell A Chtpman.
STEEL RANGES OF ANY MAKE RE.
INitlrd; call ua up. we will do the tost.
Phones <99 A. C I’d"' A Cos.
'HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint, entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adams Paint
■ ANTED. ONE' THOUSAND Ill'S',
gry ptoph' at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, 111 Bernard slreet.
'ATTACHMENTS AND MACHINE RE*
paired while vou wait: all work guaran
teed. Kor poor people free. I'enton 4k Son.
'WALL PAPERS, PAINTS. VAR
t Ihlios. kabomlnes and glass and good
tmehanlcg. See Taylor, K of P. Hall
WE CLEAN iTAITHES BY THE HE
sordne antiseptic process Try us New
York Steam Dye Works. Whitaker and
WK GIVE YOU EITHER DOMRSTtO
or gloss finish, perfect work. Forsst City
Laundry. Park avenue.
"KOCH A HYI.VANS ‘ REAM PASTE
rl,un gi*| and sliver belter than any
thing on earth; at their store, t* Whit
y.ilt HARDWARE AND TOOL!
lo Cornwell A Chlpman'a.
tulis; very neat. A. C. Price A Cos., Stato
and Jefferson. ,
WK BELL SEWER PIPE, FLfIS
pipe, fire clay, fire brick at lowest prices.
Adams Paint Company. !0t Congraaa,
“MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENT*
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash at ihe Southern Grocery Company,
lit Barnard street.
SINGER NEEDLES. THREE FOR
five Tints; gllDoll with dossil free. Pinion
NO BOTCH.' NO HUMRDO. BUT~A
thorough imlnter. t aper Imng-r and dec
ora tor. Taylor. K. of P Hall.
■PHONE 1575 FOB FOREST CITT
I-sundry They will call for your llnaa
SPECTACLES OF THE BEST GRADE
at mod, rate prices; eyes tested free.
Koch A Sylvan
FOR RANGES AND STOVES. GO TO
Cornwell A Chlpman.
PLUMBING OK EVERY" DESCiWE.
Hon done promptly. Phone <9B. A. C.
Price A Cos.
OYPSINE'iS THE" REST WALL"FIN-
Ish made Adams Paint Cos.. Savannah
agents. 194 Congress, west.
REDUCE YOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Inve-tlng your hard-earned hand cash
with the Southern Grocery Company, lit
Mrs. Margaret Ray has applied to Iho
Court of Ordinary for a twelva months
support for herself out of the estate of
James Hay. deceased. Appraisers have
made returns allowing name.
These are. therefore, to cite all whom It
m*y concern to appear before said court
to make objection on or before the flrat
Monday In October next, otherwise name
will he granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L. Fer
rlll. Ordinary for Chatham county, this
Ihe <th day of September. 19011.
FRANK K KF.ILBACII,
Clerk C. O. C. Cos., Of