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AT TMK RATIONAL ( %1MT%1..
Dilirra %*ay on Their \ m ntloii* nr
MmUiiu Poll Ileal *prrrhr. W hll*’
f*u lioral iin Han lll** linarm nir n I
MaehAnery-* Korrlitn Diplomats *•
I'li nmU •• I oailuct Tlrlr ltaln*aa
\\ tilt llerla—Addition* to thr
>mil I on r In t Nina.
\\# hlngton. P* pt 2ft In th iben of
tl lTcsldmt and nearly !l the members
t*f the niblm t from Washington i Mil*
time. I n. U Sam’* workshops Imw arr bc
litK ino by lutKirUlnaC'B. The ease with
Vi -i h lit*’ administration fna**hlnery I*
tt; ,r | u Itd hy ir -Min t englneerti Is the
j. t of proof of the sti.thi.lt y f Iho x
-|Bi. form oi government Thera l?
dl>i dtion in ertuin quarter* to
fi . it a Jin* meminri of the admlnlAtn*
ton foi NlNMiUing Ok*mflvf from the
v ..t of M|v• rntn* r t at this particular
Jun- tur. Soma of the representative* of
tor*- n 1-Ywen have that they
would prefer to transact Important diplo
matic' bin*lnc** direct v with the Secre
tary of State rather thin with his depu
Th<* abeenteci-m of high officials Is
probably more marked t the present
time than ever before In the history of
any administration. At th ir**nt writ
li.k' S' ret.try Long and Attorney general
OrU-i are the only members of the
3*re-uiint’s official family tn the Capital
C’Jty. Soin* of the absent on** ore tak
ing their annual vacation In quiet re
treats, where they have absolute rclu-f
from the responsibilities and can * of pub
lic office. Others have selected this |e
riod to go forth Into doubtful states and (
perform inPelonary work It. behalf of the
(Grand Old Party The latter class ate
tail'd upon to perform mow arduous and
■ xa< ting dull** than would le required
of them at t]i*lr respective desks In the
J i*urtin* ntr
It Is not proposed to ch irge the presi
dent and Ills associates with neglect of
the public welfare, nor l It unusual for
president# and ablnet officers to f*** I the
re-• idly for perlodkwl relaxation from
official care. The existing foreign *m
ptk atlons hihl the fact that one a-imlnls
t rat lon l* about to wind up Its affaire,
and the poa>lbtltty of in entire 'hatif of
policy In the event of the election of Mr.
Hrvati, renders the general exodus of de
partmental otfh ia, all the more pro*
pounced. Tie system of government is
au* well established that the routine work
of the departments goes right along In
the ordinary < hanm K subject only to
such delays as subordinate* who hesitate
to assume r* <t|un*lbllttics In Important
matters may make in •'Onimtinlcating with
< li ii'lnnri> Reform Orders.
When Mr. Cleveland was elected Pfesl
deni, he signalized his first term by on
trouncing that he prquged to enforce ihe
law which allows government
of all grade-, but ihlrt* days* leave of
absence -lining a year, lie endeavored to
aet an example hy limitlng hi* own va
cation to one month out of twelve. He
also gave directions that government v**s
pe| should not he used b\ public officials
for Junketing flips, and for **gne time
fils orders were enfor.-ed. His bless in
that direct loci sounded high and noble In
theory’ tut they did not work out to nts
entire* auiia fact lon in practice. B* fore hl
Drat adnilnatration had ended, the old
system of leave taking to suit Ihe con
venience of high officials w.a resumed find
It has continued until thw* day, so that
the thirty days leave rule Is seldom If
ewer *nndud to the official of the higher
Our >a%j In Chinn Water*.
Naval olTlcer* are taking i-onsbicr.'ihle
•ailsfadtlun from the recent devefopment
In cone.eton with the lelniinlstratlon's
policy in China. A dlsthiguished naval
commander. In commenting upon the
largo addition Jut ma.le lo Ihe American
p., t in ChlncM waters, ventured the as
asitlon that It inesna ihai the navy will
tiave to aupplant Ihe army In bringing
the Chines, problem to satlsfa.tory con
clu*l<H). He contends that the history of
our country will how ihat the navy lias
Invariably led the way in settling our
difficulties with foreign lowers. The
ormy Is effective to u greater extent In
domestic fonipllcutlons, hut |n nearly alt
of our demonstratlona In foreign bin<b>,
the navy lias plsve,! the leading putt In
enforcing the demands of the United
Slates. It Is contended that the nuKim n
tation of Admiral Remey's H.ct on th.
Asiatic station, mean* that the navy '*
lo be reibd u|x*v to safeguard American
Interest* In Cnlns. and at the same tine
Impress ih> Imperial government with
the importance of a prompt and Juki set
tlement tor all the leases sustained by the
Republican manager* are not only hav
ing considerable difficulty In extracting
contribution- lo the campaign fund from
public off! lal* t their puny faith, but
they arc also troubled over the Indiffer
ence which certain officeholder* display
about going home to vote this year. The
Bryan s arc ha* oconstoued a mild form
of panic among some of Ihe weak-kneed
political |>en*loners on the Grand Old
Party, ond they are In doubt whether It
is to their personal advanlugc lo take
chance* of showing their color* In the
pr. •nt contetl. A New York man. who
tmid* a fat office Inoio of Ihe .1.-por lm< nis.
wa* approached by nn Interested friend
(i few day* ago. on the subject of going
Rome to vote. The official was unwilling
to commit himself definitely on the *ub-
JeC. hut when pressed for an answer, re
quretrd that the campaign fund be drawn
tipon to furnish him wllh transportation
to and from New York, also an allowance
for aubMvtence while absent from Wash
ington. He was told (hut the lies! he could
would In- a half-rate ticket lo New
Y'ork. good for ten days. There are oth
ers tn the name class.
KOI Ml DEAD l\ III* MED.
K*w ) ork Traveling Man Hied I'rnm
h Hrifrr llcmorrhagr.
Atlantu, h** pi. 29 —George Covington
fcorn, traveling repmwntatlvn of I*. K
Vll* m Ar Bon, of lace nml cur
tail . No. 47.5 linxnlw.iy, Ni w York, was*
found .ol in hi l! at (ho Hold Aragon
1 morning Jui*t after ♦ o’clock. Mr H*-
liorn went to the InHi l late Ism night arnl
i acred, after which he went Irmru-di
•u* Iv to his room, leaving direction* to
b* called at 8 o'clock tHI* rooming. Ill*
bell wu rung from the oflk* at that hour.
lut, tv* * tvlng no response, a bell boy war
nr rit up to aroune him. Btlll no r* *ponw
I* mg tibmincvl, the room wan entered and
(i* turn was found In b*l, up|*arentiy hav
ing been dead since soon after the hour
of his retirement. The pillow and bed
lutlntiK were covered with blood, show
ing (hat a hemorrhage from his lungs
tmd occurred, causing almost Immediate
and ath. The coron* r heat an Inquest this
morning ami affirm**! the apparent cause
of <b.ih as resulting from a hemorrhage
The b xly was taken to l\iu.rm under
Ia I*. Ilefea ted Trinity,
New Haven, *’onn., Kept if>.—Yale de*
feuted Trinity In (he lira game of foot
ball of the season here to-day by a score
of 'J2 to 0. There Were four touch-downs,
but Capl. Gordon Brown failed In two
trials for goal.
t*enn> Ivanlit Heat l.rliolgli. *
Phllatlalphta, H*pt. Jl.— University of
I*ennyiv;nla opened Its football season
Üb<iuy by defeating tbe Leblgb I'nlvcnity
UKT.AWtT lltr AT UtUVEinD.
\nl a Kina le Favorite Wnh I*l rat I n
der flic W Ire.
New York. Sept. I'd—lt was a character*
' Istlc get-away day at Gravesend to-day.
Not u single favorite was first to the wire,
one after another going down In startling
Hi- ehSton The feature of the day was
Jockey Henry's clever work. He r<d
three winix rs mi>l on* placed horse His
followers reaped a harvest Imp wa
s* latched from the oriental and J* k
Point was then male a hoi favorite with
Gonfalon next hi demand. f *harenf .s. the
outsider In the lietting. upset calculation*.
Well handled by Hums he made ail the
running and won easily from Gore a lon,
wlio closed fa at aft* r dr* g out *f It
on the far turn aisl beat Jaik Point for
Ihe place Summaries
I’lrst Kac* \bnut six furlongs Tela
mon, 5 to 1. won, with Joe Kray. r to 1 and
2tol. y *tul, and Kedp.ith ( 13 lo third
Time 1 10 4-5.
HrnMkl Race —One mil** and a furlong
A Nik**. 3 lo 1. won, with The Amazon, 13
to 10 and 1 to 2. es ond, and Greenock. #
to 5, third Time 1 .75 3-5,
Third Race Prospect Handicap, about
six furlongs Keati Gallant. H to 1 won,
with Water Color, 1# to 5 and * to sec
ond, and AutoHght. 10 to 1. third Time
Fourth Race—Oriental Handicap, one
mile and a quarter, t'harrn u. t> 1.
won, with Gonfalon. It? to b and ♦? to £,
second, and Juck Point, l to a. third.
Time 2 W 3-a.
Fifth Ri* fb Ihflg five and ;t half fur
long- M illoon, Ato 1. won. with Ch* rish
ed, 7 to 1 anl to 2. s oml, and Quean
Carnival. 12 to 1. third. Time l ow.
Hlxth R*ce—One mile and a sixteenth
Wooster Hoy, 7 t 2. w>ij. with Cyrano.
13 to f and even. i*> ond, and Wilbers, 7
to 1. third Time I:4ft 4.\
RHn,Tfl ON THR niAWOND.
The Game Played Between Boston
Brooklyn. Kept. 2S To-day's game end
ed in a fie after eight Innings of sensa
tional play, darkness Intervening. At
tendance 2.700. fbarr: RII K
Boston 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 O~A 15 2
Brooklyn 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0- 4 7 3
Batteries—lMneen and Connor; Donovan,
kit*>n and Farrell.
Two Faat Games at Chicago •
Chicago. Hept. 2ft. -Twelve men faced
Powell In the opening inning of Ihe find
game. Mven of them scoring on four er
rors ani five hits. Chicago made no runs.
The second gome was a pitchers' tsittK
Alt* rwlance 1,100. Score: R.H K.
Chicago 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 7 1 4
Hi Units .. .0 1 0 33 0 0 0 ft 10 ! 4
Batterk# Garvin. M* nefee and Kiln*
piw* 11 and Itnbinson.
Ht Louis o 0 0 0 0 0 tv-b 3 1
Chi* ago 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 3 1
Hatterte* Hudhoff utsl Crlgar; Grtfflih
New York. Hept 2ft -Philadelphia was
unable to do anything with llaw.ey's de
livery at the Polo grounds thl?* afternoon
.md as a r'-null suffered defeat. Atterwl
an< e 750 S< or* H 11. L
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 A 2
New York 1 0 1110 o—4 K 4
Batteries —Fraser and McFarland; How
ley and Grady.
4 Inr In tut tl Was Vletorloas.
PlttHhurg. Pa., Hept 2ft.— Hahn was in
vincible after the first inning. I-ea h s
wild throw to first in the ninth allowed
the visitors to score the winning run
H ore: HU S.
Pittsburg ....31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 <►—l 5 2
Cincinnati .... ©oolo® oo I—2 7 I
Batteries—Phllllppl and o Connor; llahn
and Kahor* Time 2 hours.
•‘CONFUSION** REIGNS SUPREME
for a few flays more; l*ut #tll! have time
to flrul and aell a hand no me fßfajftiwnt
finger ring, an • variant in*, good-luck
bringing, plain gold finger ring Bp** lal
aale thla we**k of plain nnd fancy gold
finger rings. Solid gold npecttb'lea fitted
with boat Hi*f*nc*r’ lena*"**. either for
Fhort or long night. $2 ML Feffeaa. 2x Kat
Broughton llalr. Jewelry anl Hhavtng
Supply Il u Midi order# promptly filled
IN YESTEBUAY 8 I’HESS IT WAS
iinnounred that u petition w* •♦fit Coun
t’ll, finking not to take charge of the
M Kane Hoapltal. arwl that 1 wn not
luithorixetl to propew** the turning over
of the MeKane Ili>*i*i4Hl to th*- city, to
t ike charge of it# lndel>te*lnei*?. For
-. vi ral month* the institution him ln **n
running behind. The hospital hart been
witliotit fuel or light, the numov
have leen <Himp*lled to f%*e*| themselves*
The inmirance han not been paid up. There
U a eorjHMifer'a hill, lumbar bill, and
toe monthly inatallmenta on the huiidin.;
i.ipidly getting behind. An or rear# 'f
three numttm will cause the proftertv to
revert back to the estate of Gen. Jackson
The vorporntpra were Imllffereni I m\\
u cnntifitiel elate of aff.ilrn woukl lead t<*
a lona of the property. I called the <or
I orator* together, got the content of th
majority, and presented the matter to
the city hi* directed. I have given four
ye.ira of Inhor to thla work without com
iNiis.itlon. foil l thle Institution, nnd
trained all th *n mlaguidi i! wom* n. wh
nr** pla>lng. per ha pa. into the hand* >f
vonu* unacrupuloiif* fellow a Theae women
know that they have neither the ability
or mean* to own thla ine<Button, but out
of Ignorance and meannes*. arc* a (tempting
to defeat their own object. Had the*#*
wonu n ika>e their no appeal woukl
have lM*en mule to the city. C. McKane,
"tarty having my bkinuee bi*QL
terrkr will pleam* turn him loose, .m.) he
will go hotn* to 107 Tark avenue. W. M
HARK EVEN IN* #8 ARE X< \V
ing; let ti a*dl you n lamp. pr- *. "he to
$3 ;i0 W. F. lilggln*. 125 Oruyton.
"U SHOULD BKB MfLLKK'B FUR Na
ture; newat atylee f*r te*lr4Hm. dining
room. parlor, In oak. walnut and mahg
any; Mlller'a price# and trrma ara
sonable 2fT Broughton, west
YOU WILL 1.1 KI TIIK MII.K FROM
si-iiny;fU Ul Dairy . It', rich and pure; iry
V SHOULD SEE MILLERS NEW
Klyle, In carpet,, malting. window shade,
art square,. rugs, lac# curtain,, etc.;
Miller', prices uml term, are reasonable
aui Broughton. wnt.
FINK BICEFIKI.I' r AMU AT "BA
kars," every uay, t-est o t all othar m-tu
IF ITS Bros YOU WANT, you can
get them ctieaper from McGIIUs.
I.AIUKS WIIO HAVE TO SHOP ItT
mall will find I) greatly to their advant
age to order, to ne for millinery,
•hoe,. dress good,, furniture, etc.; I give
l>ernal attention to all order* and till
them promptly Ml,, S O. Cklvltte. 1211
\Vhlt*k< r street Savannah, Ga
bTtIOOL BOOKS NEW AND~BEC
ond-han<l, ,old an-1 exchanged -llatnei'
2nd Reader. 2b> ; .'lid Reader, 34c; 4lh Head
er, 44c: ath Reader, 44c; Lincoln', Phtslolo
gy, 40c; l,t Stepping Stone, Literature.
24c. 2nd Bt< |rpli'K Stone*, an.-; Prince's
Arllhtnallc, 14c; Montgomery History, tW-
At Gardner's la.za.it.
"THE PRK'ES AT WHICH WK SKI.!,
bicycle sundries are entrancing. Try u,
W. F. Ill,(Ins. 124 Drayton.
LADIES ONLY;” MILLINERY AT
your own prices; hat, trimmed, 24c. Alr.
Teepte, 202 llabcr,ham.
f JHE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1900.
The Import of
WK HAVE JTBT OPKNF.D
Is a Dcliffht
To those seeking Artistic
and Correct Wares.
The prices, too. are remarkably low.
and wr can of X*r advnntnges in these lines
not usual to the retail store
Our fall diM;av Is being addrd to every
The CUT OLABH exhibit ia ospacSally
THOS. WEST & CO.,
II BROrOHTON STREET. W.
V SHOULD HKE MILLJCR'B BTOVEB
arid ranges; the iiest makes at reasonable
C I ’ MMsf, 1 Ag-H I
MU.O It LIOONARD IIAH RETURN
#<I hone and 1* re,ul> for th* fall *as*n
t( drt ssmaiclng. 421 Barnard ntre**t. west.
PKRHoNALr—WILL MOVK OCT. 1 TO
110 Hiate street, west, where I will always
have on hand a large assortment of pure
• at whole * tie and regal) C. H*‘t
terb l>. 4*T Broughton street, weal. Hall
I* SHOULD RKND MR YOUR OR
dery* for uphoietering parlor and dining room
furniture in i(h*r. Mtk and Othsr fab
rl . In the best manner, curled hair.
rno*a and cotton renovated;
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C P Miller. Agent.
CHOICK KLKGANT. RECHERCHE
cut glass. Silverware, china, bric-a-brac,
Flid y next. Hall and Abercorn
FOR TRUNKS. BAGS AND TELE
scopes, see the Chatham IVunk Factory,
I- rough, ton cxrner A her- orn
II ®0 B)R WOVEN WIRE COTB
while they last C. P Miller, A^rent.
WHEN YOU REE M OILEIH' BIXTY*
Inch W cents rugs, you will buy them
Joat can't help tt; will aell In any quan
“FURNITURE MOVED WITH CAR®."
la a specialty with McGllils.
DUTCH AND ROMAN IITACTNTHB
fr**slas. Easter lilies, Jonqtrih* my own
lnr;H*rnitlon; for good result** plant now
A. C. Oelsrhlg. opp*eit** Catholic Ceme
tery. Gardner'** Haxaar, agent.
U SiloUL! SEND YOUR ORDERS
for tuning and repairing pianos and or
gans t W. P. Manning, with C. P. Mil
ler. Agent; prompt attention to out-of
town orders. O. P Miller. Agent.
IS YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
Stiff el A Freeman have a standing offer
of ftl.uuo for evtry safe of their make that
due not preserve It** contents. One **af
was In burning debris 113 hours When
takes out, the hose had to be turned on
11. When opened, not a page was dls
colorcd, not a rectord lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Btifr*ll Sc Freeman safe. C. P. Miller,
M'GILLTH 18 CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS,
lae* curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every description
""see the jewel stoves and
ranges for sale by J. W. Tee pie; also
agent for In-urance gasoline stove.
~M GILLIII MOVES. PACTCB. SHIPS
and More** ptanoe and furnliurs; beet work
only; no "Cheap-John" price#—no "Cheap-
\ M \\ and cms date i.inl of
trunks and ham* can be found at the
Chatham Trunk Factory, Rroughton. cor
HAVING BKVKHEH MY RELATION?*
with McKann Hospital, I have op*ne<l a
private eanlt irliirn and training school
for nuree* and mblwlvrli on the Augtixta
iod. Will furnish * ffi lent nurses and
mid wive# r. av>nably Fall or address. 40
Montgomery atre**t. Alice Wood by M *
Katie, M D.
BPBUIAL. AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers, UUki aixe, at $2
1 m Twpte,
t Ift HUTS NICE RATTAN ROC KERB
Indies* Six*-; large u?Mrtm<?nt of rocknra.
crouches an*l easy claaira. C. V. Miller,
\ | • i
OCT IST l WILL MOVE TO 414 WEST
Broughton. Ring up 2444 if you want to
Live your furniture nunel or pa keti for
ehlpment or storage; I guarantee prices
the same I lo the work that'# given
11 * me A 8 Griffin. 314 Broughton street,
west; mot made to order.
LADIES. CALL AND SEE MY NEW
line o! fall anil winter and rc.idy-to-we tr
huts; hats irlmmeil f*r T> •••Utz; tliM clean
id and curlwl; luit remodeled. MBs I>
KjHMMMT, 117 lork. w I
MOILLIB' LACS CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
U BH<ULD BEE MILLER'B OFFICE
desks, office offi e chairs, office
matting, office shades. C. T. Miller.
' U WILL SOON MOVE AND U WILL
certainly need something in my line;
U will >ave money by trading with me. C.
I Miller. Agent.
ftTOILLIA ISUJ SIXTY-INCH RUOS
-Stnvniu pattern#—for $9 cent#
KING Ul* *24 BELL ‘PHONE, OR AD
dress oaal 22 Grove street, ond get your
hair work done, llalr cutting. !lng4>ing
and ahnmpoolng at residence, without ex
tra charge. R. M Ilcttnntt.
DKI7BB.MAK ING; MBS M !* PARK
r will I** at 12$ Taylor, corner Abcrcorn.
if ter O t 1.
AMATEURS WITH AN EYE To THE
artistic have tlietr work finished at
Moore’s studio, 107 llr- ughton, west.
'Rf ► VOI t 'll MPI -ETEI.T era I <i< at
e.l front private dwelllnas. slotes. icstau*
rani,, effi- n buildings, warehou*,,; order,
left at Hie Savannah fTeanlncr and Dve
Work , M v..ik at rest. w.>t wilt b* ~i
tended with dlapateh; no charge until rat ■
Isfaetory. Georgia 'jihotio i;M
“lIAVEYOi'It HIOYOI.E REPAIRING
.tone preyrrly; lliai, the way we do It.
W. F Biggin,. 124 Drayton.
I — HAVE REMOVED ~MY < iFFICE
this 'lay from 202 Bay Street, west, to S&N
Liberty street, eaat, 8. Mendel, real Ca
in i * moot.
THUNKS H AOS - AND UMTVrEiTIAB
repaired at lh> low. si prl t'hatham
Trunk Factory, Broughton, comer Alter*
AM VTEI'R PHOTIMIKAPHBRS IF
you are not eatitled with the result, you
are getting, let ua do your developing and
priming and you will get whit you are
lo..kinit for. Moose's Studio. 107 Broughton,
morphine. oTTcmT ljuTdanTgil
rocalm- habit, myself cured, will Inform
you of harmless. permanent horns cure.
Mrs. Baldwin, Bwx UU, Chicago,
!i! MrtiRHKS VIHITB ANY PART
of th- i tty |l •*> •~h <ifllr* tr-nttnrni t.
lr mnuih, li* ludmif *ll nri'illfln—. Ottt<
Im.r>, rorn.r of L!l>-
erly -n<t l.tncoin. Phon.s M.
I.APIKB: CHICHtSTtH S BNGL.IHU
I’cimyiwy.l Pill* ar. th. b**t. But*. r
lluhl. Takn no Other. BD(! te ttamf,
for particular* “Rrllef for L.adl.a." m
Mlrr b return mall. A*k your dru„UN.
Chlchp*trr Ch-mlcal Cos.. Phllada., ra.
I HAVE rOL’ND A POBITIVK Ci'RK
for <lrunknn*Mi ran b. *l.*■ n aacr-tly;
atlil irladly trll you what It la. <!on t Mrnl
luoi.ry Mr. May Mawklm, Uo<k tiox
U H Ml. Orand Rapid*. Mlrh.
HOW AP.E YOUR rKSTT lr YOUR
frt ar. truublln, you, call on m and 1
will (tv. you r.llcf, I euro Ingrowlnc
nail*, corn* and all dlaa<.** of th. fart
without palni charter# rraaonabl.: can
ytvo thr twit raf.rance* In th. city; pa
tient* trratrd at ra*Hrnc*,; order* ran
and ConiTTr.* xrr t<: t*l*phon# 2*3 Lam
Davl. atirraon rhlmpodt.t
Hfcl.P V ANTBO— WALK.
WANTKI*. A COMPETKNT OFFICE
t>ov and driver for phyilohn: miwl he
wail Apply In* Liberty,
HOT 8 WANTED. WANT STRONG
active boy* It to l y*ur of age. Apply
Monday and Tuesday, Work* of lb#
Southern OH Oompany.
WANTED. FIRBT-CLASS BAKER,
must urdT*<(and pastry and bread 421
Ah rcorn #tre*t.
WANTED. C’RANESMAN FOR MAR
en steam shovel. Applv Pulaski Huuee.
7 forenoon Monday. Southern Con
PROO! READING r l OHT BY MAIL
paying situations always obtainable.
I luma Correspondence Hchool. Philadel
TV ANTED AT PAR*
llngton, H C. Klynt Building and Con
v. ANTED 80 GOOD WHITE BRlCt
layers, tie choppers. 2 goial plasforsrs.
mill superintendent, tailor sls, German
barkeeper sl2, wheelwright, camp black
smith Wm. Huber. Jacksonville, Ha.
AGENTS, COMB IN EARLY: 13 50
talking machine free, gyracuae Talking
Machine Company. Syracuse, N. Y . don’t
TV A NTET >7 TH A VFLING BALEBM A N:
must t*e iioitest and energetic, give refer-
nces. Kl Padre Cigar Company, Bt.
1 jou Is.
WANTED EVERYWHERE HUS
tier* to tack signs, distrllmre
samples, etc ; nq canvassing; good pay.
Hun Advertising Bureau, Chicago.
WANTED. MANAGER FOR BRANCH
office, by old oeinhllahcd manufacturing
bouo* . solary $125 jh r month and extra
ommEslon: must furnish satisfactory
references and IVJO . ash District Man
ager. Johnston Buikling. Cincinnati, O.
SALESMEN TANARUS" SELL. I’ERFUMES
toilet soape. etc., to dealers; s?o® monthly
and expert***, experience unneceeeary.
Plumber Perfumery Cos.. 8t lauuls. Ma
WANTED. SOLICITORS FOR "SONS
of Liberty." Nagro risk# a specialty. Good
r'ontracts offered. C. L. Morris, B**cr*ar>’,
CAPABLE MAN TO TRAVEL AND
appoint agenda sl.oo© yearly salary* Per
manent position Rapid promotion, flupt .
Co-operative Cos., 3jft Dearborn street,
WANTED. MAN UPRIGHT CHAR“
aotrr. to manage business of old estab
lished hoits**; salary sl* per week and ex
peiiMes payable each week direct from
hendquarSers; expense money advanced,
position permanent; reference Standard
House. 301 Uaxtnn building. Chicago.
sl2 STRAIGHT DONA FIDE WEEKLY
salary paid direct from offi*e;
extra, com miss Ions; capable men and wre
men to r**yre>t*nt us *M|M>lntlng agents;
rapid promotion and Increase salary; now
brilliant line*. Butler St Alger, New
MECHANICS, ENGINBKfiS. ELEC-
Irlcian#, fl return, etc; a fr*e **’holar#htt>
in -*mneerlnic will be awa riled t a few
well-re**otnmended ajkplb'ant#. An>*rl
iii School of Com>|Wiul*ncf, Holton,
“WANTED, A NEGRO MAX FOR
hoi me cleaning. Apply 104 Jonea at reel.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED HA I.KB
ladle* Apply Monday morning at *> k
stein s, Hroughton stnet.
WANTED. HY WHOLESALE. ENKit
K**tlc # ule>*inen to learn lo ►ell elrsxnt lm
goo*!** to merchant#, laige #ai
sry; no experience neCtMary; m -*lucal*.
liox 7S. Chicago, 111.
OALVBRTON SSRROM GREAT
hook, by great author, Murat Ha late.* I,
he moat authentic anl be*t llluarjinl
h*ok; outfit free; commit Iona; t*> p-r
cent.; freight paid; credit given. II Stoll.
hsitim 1 building;. Chicago.
DIG PROFITS HANDLING*" LATEST
Improved go)ine lamp; e* i.a at eight'
leetrlcM i * Hi toci
retail $1 up. 1- different utvle#; exclusive
territory. Standard Limp Company, Man
SALESMEN EARN fS.ono A YEAR:
liberal salary to tgln with; first-clhsh
reference* required. Hox 17u. Mintuapo
SALESMAN W ANTED. TANARUS > <*ALL ON
doctor# only on behalf of the lea ling firm
In the bunlns##. Established trade. Posh
tlon permanent \ppllcint must le Intel-
Hg'nt. Ind ftig.ifile and of good uptevir
hi * St.t experience. Address. P. O.
Hox R.V. Philadelphia.
“WANT El > PA ItTNKR IN ~ ESTAR-
Itehcd business, with some cash capital
Addr* . a ’‘Capital," No. JO. care Morning
" WANTED.''SALESMAN TO SELL POP
ular line In city; must l*e Indiiatrious and
have good habits. Write Smith, News of
uxnti and A GOOD MILKER WILL
pay good wages. Apply No. 6 Engine
11 n tie*, Henry street.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS DON’T
prepare for the pout office or any other
civil service examination without seeing
**ur catalogue of Information; sent free
Columbian Porreapotxlence College. Wosh
ingfon. I*. (*.
WANTED. RI PTI RKD PEOPLE WHO
will work a few hours for a frea cure.
Dr. Hpelrs. lioi ttl, Westbrook, Me.
A RESIDENT AGENT IN SAVANNAH
to placa otir contract*. whl* h offer more
attractive feature than any policy ever
offered A permanent (melt ion to h man
of anility. Tontine Surety Cos. (Southern
llept ). €O6 I#\s i<d building. Atlanta. Ga.
SOLICITORS FOR “GALVESTON;
The Horrors of a Stricken City/* by
Murat Halstead; fcw paor**. biggest book.
b*t term-*; demand enormous; solicitors
tearing 13 to tX) dally; outfits free, Stan
dard Pub. House, 3TC IH*nrborn street,
‘ s w.ksm \\ i:NTili:nM'siNrVoT r Nn
sal* uman, with good business abil
ity. can l*srn of good situa
tion a** traveling salesman; must
u strictly reliable; dry gooils ex*
perlen* preferred; |erman ut position;
solan** reference. Care paper.
TRAVELING SALESMAN WANTED
for high grade staple line to dry good#
and general trade; contract for balance of
this year and all of next if sales are sat
isfactory. American Hiamlard Jewelry
Cos.. Detroit. Midi
WANTED. YOr.NO MAN KXPERI
* need In soda water serving and some
know.edge of retail drug business. Ad
dress. with reference and amount of sal
ary ex pec tad, Ltakv 6t AK.Nvh, Jackson
BRIGHT BOY. ABOUT FIFTEEN,
for office work and to make himself gen
erally useful Address with reference*
En* rgetlc, Newt* offico.
BRIGHT YOUNG MAN
wrtu can use typewriter and make himself
useful, state salary t*xpe. ted. Aihlres*
II 8., care Morning N w
"WANTED. YOUNG DOT TO MIND
Apply 7 o'e|<* k Monday morning
212 Drayton street.
*HOY WANTED! Mt’BT HAVE ni
cycle, no cigarette smoker need apply
Ba\annah District Messenger Uompany.
"WANTED. TIBiItGUGHLY OOMPET
ent |H*rson to |*>*t l***k'' twice or thre**
tune*, w*- kly. T . care News.
WANTED. YOUNG MAN TO KEEP
books, shipf ing 1* rk an*l general office
man. TVrite HtnJh t News * ffi***.
TAILORING SALESMEN TO BE Li
ma -kintoshes direct to consumer. *w.“h on
•leiivery basts; currw l prices; h.nd-*m*-
•Hinpi*# prepaid. InDutate Rubber Com
lany, 221 Fifth avenue, Chicago.
WANTED. MAN COOK. FOR HOTEL.
Lyons, Ga good wages to right party.
Apply 224 State street, west.
SALESMEN. TO SF.LI* LINE OF UP
40-date printed wrapping paper; earn s3©
to ton weekly, ns side line. Kemper
Thomas Paper Company, Cincinnati. O.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED TRAVEL
lujt salesman for wholesale dry goods and
notions. Address with full particulars.
Box 100, Morning News.
HE Ll* %V .IftTKD—ITM AI.B.
waMrese 211 J*mi*s street, east.
"GOOD-HALARIEJ> CHOIR POHITIONB
open for soprano voice. Apply P. O. Box
"WANTED, A RELIABLE NURSE for
care of child (wo years old Apply at 41$
Henry Street. e*st. Mv.da> morning.
SMART GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENER
uI hounrwork. Api ly M >ndsy, 4©3 Bolton
WANTED, A NEAT AND OOMPET
*nt girl to do general house work Ap
ply 7k< Ninth street, w***:.
WANTED. BY SAVANNAH COTTON
mills, ten or twelve girls and hoys, learn
ers. Apply to W. N Brown, superintend
COOK WANTED, **i >M PET ENT AND
reliable cook * an -••cure place at 307 East
Eighth street. No other re <1 apply.
WANTED. RELIABLE WET NURSE,
good place to right party. Tarver's. 131
WANTED. A WOMAN WTI!TK~~OR
colored, for general hnuee work and as
sist In sewing. Apply Monday, 104 Jones
WANTED. FIRST-CLASS COOK:
bring reference; a so house girl. 23 Jones.
wanted; ■white andTolored
women cooks, hoti>emaids, tab!*- girls,
ft* Ormond. Ban Mateo.
Tamps. Oxford, Druvton Inland. Bartow.
Eagle Lake. Wm. Huber. Jacksonville,
WANTKI. A N ~EX PERI ENVIED
nurse, colored preferred Apply at No. 214
Henry stret, east, to-morrow
"WANTED A GOOD (W>K APPLY
115 East GorYl.m, Morn lay morning
WANTED. A r,rOD <COOK TT! AT>AN
cook m* t* nnd pastry; bring reference
Applv 12ft Gordon, w**st, Monday morning
"WANTEI r A SETTLED COLORED
wiiman; one compatenl t> cook. wsh and
do general hou*ewwk for a small f.im>l>
Apply 2W Henry streea. west.
WANTED. COIaORED WOMAN TO
travel In Georgia; sß© monthly and railroad
far** to start; referen-es required; send
addressed envelope for our reply Pres
ident Macßradv. Star building. t*hlcag
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED AT
IX* Fifth street, west.
“wanted, white ~oirl to cook.
etc ; family Jn country; ft aid booard per
month. Address Cook, car* Morning News
WANTED, LADY IN EACH POT ’NT Y
for branch office work; no canvassing;
► tralght. liomi fide salary, 11*1 per week,
and expense#, pay able direct from he id
quarter* each week; permanent position:
no capital required, except good refer
ence'* Ad*lre.*s Standard House, 300 Cax
ton building. Chicago
WANTED* A SETT LEI “COLORED
woman for light hous* keeping. No. 701
West Broad street.
WANTED. A MIDDLE AGED * Wo
man to nurse baby; references required
Apply 614 Barnard sire* t
SMART. lIELIAHLE WHITE GIRL
wanted. 314 Usury street, west. Apply at
*UEVr W A SITED.
selling “Htory of the Galveston Flood."
official, beautifully Illustrated; so |m|m:
rotall price only $1 ; <u.tU Is free, 10
cents for mailing a premium given to ev
ery subscriber Term* better than any
other publisher; freight paid; credit linn.
AiMr.-s quk. R 11. Wowtward, Ilaltlmorr.
"AGENTS- "iIKK.AT GABVEBTON Dis
aster;’* only official. authentic and • otn
plcte hook, Istw ready, sell* on sight; ISO
l*r day easy; extraordinary term,;
freight past; credit given; .kin’t delay:
oiitHts free; avoid (Itlklou, llrm. Ad
dress the old i -tiMI-lied National publish
ing I'ompany. lakeside building. Chleiiao
~AOKNTB I,r MINI il "H NAMKPI.ATKH.
star- numbers; readable dark-s, nlirhf-.
easily aold; profits Inrye; samples free
|>oor|*lale Works. Koglewool. 11l
A ItKUAtII.K ACIKNT IN KVKRV
etty and loan to represent and e I our
In. andeseent bus lamps, no toreh requir
ed. intually Ih. bst and Iheapest lamp
inadi*: ftovl profits to agent*. Hiu-ieha
ker Oas lagbilng f'o., Kansas CUy, Mo.
~AUKNTB WlilTK NOW; WE M All.
same day; free outfit. "Onlveaton Horror."
Hl< liook; big sales: big profit. 11. J.
Forshee A **o.. t’lii' mnatl. ft.
'~A(!KNT9 T< BF.LX OI R i FT PRIFE
ChrkttiMa publnatlone; Hxs twiok 15<'; ll.au
iHKik fs". >1 .So hook MX ; fsi lauk TSri
eredlt given, freight iwepakl. outfit free.
Fergnsi.il Fubllshlng Comiwny, '£A Fifth
street, Cincinnati. O.
AOKNTH. HI’KCIAI.TY HACKKI* HT
absolute guarantee in straighten kinky
negro tiair; nearly all prof!: and sells on
sight. Write Boston Chemical Company,
Richmond, V , for territory and particu
' AOBNTB. USARN ~FANCY ■ :i.abh
sign,: making nlco work: iioi per cenl
profit; no capital or experience necessary:
send 2"* sorts lor Instruction, and sample
Biar Novelty Works. 2M Broome street
AdBNTa WANTED - "OAUVEBTON:
The Horrors of a Stricken City." by Murat
Halstead; fully llluslraml; fastest selling
t*ook ever published; only ll.liO; best terms
gtwiranteed; outfit free, be quick. J. B,
Zeigler A Cos.. Chicago, 111.
12 A TEAR EARLY MADR RY
hiislling agents, baislling our white an I
fancy rubber istllars, culT' atvl nei kites.
liateiMed and guar inlosl gonlg; our ram
ixilgn lli-e arc winners; liberal commission;
exclusive territory; send stump for s|a
in ii tw., m ,
* AtJBNTB WANTED, TO BKKT, TUB
latest invention for producing light. Brats
electricity. Cheaper than kerosene
Ak'nts c .tiling money fairgsst factory
l-rompt shlimients. The Best I.lght Cnm
pany. Canton. O.
KADI KB AND GKNTKKMEN TO
take order, for our t'-brtstmas specialties,
i koo*l pay; samples free Address mg *
| Cos., Uti Wabash avenue, Chicago,
We are now Selling Agents in Savannah for these
We cordially invite every lady, who wishes to wear
Good Shoes at a moderate price, to visit our
store this week and sec our New Fall Style*.
"Oueen Ouality” Shoes are made on special lasts and
patterns that insure eiine and eoinlort from the first
day worn, while giving the foot a stylish and well-dressed
appearance. Made in Fine \ ici, \ clour Calf, Hox Calf
and the new patent kid. hand-sewed welts and turns, at
$3.00 A PAIR.
GLOBE SHOE STORE.
A>SKNTB WANTED. HISTORY JAI.-
V, .tun Woort: 7.00 Hv** toal; *.OOO/M0 |.rop
criy d*troy#d; great-M ni*.-rn
um. kia|>hl*'*lly d'-’i-tlbiHl by th# #ml
-1 #nt nu:hor. Nl.irat llal*.t-.i'l, %*b. #<*.
ui wen* of dlM.i.r. profttarly llli>ira.l;
ib-maw* enormous, w-nd 10 rent* qulolt fo
oulflt; w give la-at K#*ier-IU-
UiKh Company. I’hlla<l#spbm.
* MAN OR WOMAN. TO EMPLOY AND
aifs rts: l |>#r month and *-
ponae*; rxpr-rl-nr# not r#qiilr#l. perms
n-nt. Z* .*ler Cos.. 3K I.oruKt •tre.t, Phtl
(JAI.VEBTON HORROR. OFFICIAL
*tory of t-rribl* (Usastrr: by Murat llal
,(.): nearly 600 poKt'*; llluatrsitod. A*<-nt
making *lO |*-r day; b*t terms; fr*iglt
paid, rradit given, pewks ready, outllt
free, good salary rw* expense*, to apeetal
agent*; send rjoiek. Smith Awlrears, I*4
OBNIbRAL AOBNTB IN EVERV lo
cality throughout the United State* lo
reprcaeiit large roncern and aptmlnt
agent— on a atrlctly *,il try t*ls of IST.
monthly and all expense*. Deportment 21.
J. J Moran, New York city.
AGENTS. WE HAVE THE REST,
largest nnd cheapeat line of * amiwtUn,
fair and treet noveltlea; *enl for our
doubled caialouges tilluett .tied) nnd
price*, we beat them all W. F. Miller,
2 Chamber* ittreet. New York.
GALVESTON HORROR—STORY OF
ihe great rataatroph# told by aurvlvor—
and reeeuer*; llluatrated from phoio
gr.ipha tak.n Immrsllately after the dis
aster; 4*t> laige*. handsomely bound, only
• t-ellft at eight; agent* <dear *lO l>#r
■ lav. freight paid; credit given; beet term*
guaranteed, send to-ly for free outht.
II J Smith Pubitching fotni*any, 2W
Dearliorne atreet, Chicago.
West Broad street.
“rUTLKK. ENGLISH. MIDDLE AGE.
rlean. neat and active; thoroughly under
stand his duties, disengaged Oct. 1;
wage* modemte. Address A. M.
"WANTED. SOMETHING T~ 1)0 RY
an hones, hardworking young man from
country; want to learn the mercantile
buelnesH or some mechanical trade; wMI
start on enough to pay hoard with; ob
ject lto burn. Please address Anxious,
Morning New*. *
POSITION WANTED; RY YOUNG
man, have drummed; both city and coun
try trade, and also up-to-date produce
man; prefer wholesale grocery business.
A l l ruts A. Z.. P. O. G-n. Del-
A YOUTH WISHES POSITION." WITH
chance of advancement. In mercantile
house, tiank ,>r railroad; willing to ark
without pay until duties Hre un.b rsinod;
refereti • s "Amblllon*," New* ofh' e.
"gentleman OF as DESIRES posi
tion til wholesale or retail grocery or
hardware, with view to work up; whole
sale preferred; have hail eeveral years’
ex|iertence In both and can furnish flrst
-1 las* recommendation. Addrcsa New*
omer. care Morning News.
YOI N’ti LA I>Y WISHKS POSITION TN
confectionery or laikery; has had experi
ence. Ilakery. care News.
wanted; by*a middub aged
white woman lOO k; good reference. An
swer t'ook, this old, e.
age sixteen; want* position in morning or
afternoon. A*klre*s "Hrlght," rare Morn
YOUNG LADY WITH BOMB EXPB
rlenee, would like |>sltlon a* stetiugraph*
er. Aiblresw Lady, care News.
"WANTED MY AN EAST INDIA ROY
of 17 years of age a situation i* butler,
or any In-door work; willing to work. Ad
dr. ss jno M Rryan. No. 219 Arnold street.
17011 IK A V\ ATP I* i>.
WANTED. A HOUSE IN THE NElGH
borhood of Liberty or M' DonoUKh afreets,
, r Oglethorpe avenue, west of Jefferson
sultatde for boarders Mrs. Alley, north
west comer Whitaker and Anderson
T W 6 -STORY HOUSE WANTED
(wllh lawn or garden preferred!, In good
location. Addle** Good Tenant, thla
Mini ."I—■ n. ■■ .nil ■■■
want room and board; Mate price. I’oat
ofllce Rox Wl
WANTED; to RENT FLAT IN NICE
neighhorhoml. suitable for light housa
kecplng. A.bite-* Reliable. < are New*.
WANTED. PLAT OF THREE Oil
four furnished or parttally furnished
rooms, auliah> for light housekeeping,
with nice family. In pie—sent location
Address "Refined,” care New*.
WANTED. lIY GENTLEMAN AND
wife, three furnished rn>m for light
housfk'eplng or furnished Hat, tn vicinity
of IVatofTlcc, ref renres given Address
W it., rare New*
WANTED §Y GENTLEMAN. WIFE
and child, two nice rooms and good hoard;
llrat-class location; nice anil of 2 or 3
rooms will be considered. Write Jam#*,
W A NTKD~HY YOUNG MAN. FUR
nlslKd room tK>rth of Uherty street:
Mate e> atloti Acme cate Niavs.
WANTED 1 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping In vicinity of For
syth I'iirk: mint be reanottable. Addri-•
X Y., Ihla office.
GEIL & QUINT
205 BROUGHTON ST., WEST.
HOOXS W AITED.
COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN
want flat; state price. Postoffice Box 34.
M A A rKb-M Ist ELbAKBOU. '
TO OAM; VoV MANICUR-
Ing. massage and stMmfiooing. romplox.
lon* tr.atnl and wrlnklea removed, hair
bleached and dyed; wnpcrfluoiM hair re
moved without Injury to the moat dellr—ta
sklu; also tny vapor massage Imth*. con
sult. liloti* free; Bell 'phone CUI. Mrs. C.
Smith, 104 Harris, c—si.
IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS'PP
right piano. allv. r-p'ate>l cundelabra, ele
ggnl hairark. brass fenders, dog* and
fire Iron*, attend sale Friday next, cor
ner or Hull and Ahercorn, 11 o'clock.
W WILD LIVE PIGEONS. Alb
dress B. W. Sperry. Duval Hotel, Jack
HAVE . HUNDRED-ACRE FARM
near city; will Join right party In plant.
In • large care crop next year D B Ltw
WANTED. ALL OPIUM AND MOR
phlne eater* to know that we guaranroe a
permanent cure In twenty day* for *3O
No cure no nay. Best financial refer
ence* given and required. Wo mean hu*
Iness Address the TUden Company, log
South Foreylhe street. Atlanta, Ga.
IF YOU WANT V FIRST-CLAHSTI'P
right piano, sllver-plate.l candelabra, ele
gant hairark. bras* fender*, dogs and
lire Irons, attend sale Fridav next, cor
ner of Hall and Abcrcorn. 11 o'clock.
WANTED, COTTAGE OR FLAT IV
good locality South side preferred, small
family, no rhlldre-; can furnish best of
reference*. Addr ss Rox 10, city.
WE WANT A NICE GENTLE HORSE
for a lady; must be good s.xe, and a good
trial required; must be a horse wish afyle;
no other wanted Ad.frees James Thotnpl
son. general delivery, PoMolßoe.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. OETTf
from Springfield Dairy; It's rich, pure and
A GOOD COMBINATION
*add.r and buggy home, one that t per
fect! y sound. Horae, care New* office.
IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS Up
right piano. *tlver-plaf*rl candelaiira. ele
gant hatrark. hra-s fender*, dog* and
tire In.ns. attend sale Friday next, cor
ner of Ilnll and Abcrcorn. 11 o'clock.
IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUHP
earth, dirt. aand. manure, e*c., free off
charge, Ju*t at city limit* heuUng ovar
bard road, write or telephone Brown
Bros . coroe. Anderson sod Best Broad
MONF.Y TO LOAR.
'SfSctw loan ON IMPROVED
■tty property; one to live year*; low rat*
of inf.-rcst. J. E. Fulton * Am.
MONEY ADVANCED ON CTTY IM:
prove.l property at low rate of Intereat. I.
D I—a Roche.
MONEY TO - LOAN~AT PER CENT.
Interest. W. C. Fripp A Cos.
CONNECTING KOOMB. Ft RNISHKD,
cent rally locatwl with home comforts;
ZM East ilrought' n street.
NICE I. Y KL’BNIBHBD ROOMS FOR
genttrvnen, or light i'ouweke'eplng; linen
dishes, gas stove, all conveniences; pri
vate family; references required. 148 Ldn
ROOM# TO# FK.vr OF 4 ROOMS
unfurnished. 5 Gordon, east.
ROOME-IsAROE Rooms. WITH Ate
cove. fumlhed. S Gordon street, oast.
THREE ROOMS NEWLY It KNO.
v.vied. gua, bjrh, beat locality; central lo
cation; no children. 400 Charlton, east.
TO ONE OH MORE fIEVTT J.ui v
furnished rooms; single or en suite. Jo<
#*>R l’.K\r. HflTi; OF Booms. OC
cupletl ns dentist's office for the past ten
ynrs; flue location, oppoeite Chatham
Bank and facing on square; reasonable
rent to desirable party. Api>ly John Bul-
Hvan. 15 Congrc.ss, west.
ROOM TO~ BENT Fc”BNIBHED "OR
unfurnished; hot and cold water; Barnard.
"'r Bolton. Adilress Barnard, earn
FOR RKN-tT - FI- RNIB 11 ED ROOMS.
f'r gcnllemen. 108 Oglethorpe avenue.
KI'RNIBItKI • Boom FOR RENT "AT
the southwest corner Jones anst Bull
street, opposite ChrlMlan Association
FOR R KNT~NICE — BA RGB ROOM.
also showcase and counter, at 442 Dray
FOIt RKNT. NICKKT ~KFRNT9HEn
room. In quiet family; no children. 101
FEAT FIVE ROOMS. BACK BTKFH
usa of hath, hot and cold water. 117 Wald
BARGE ITNFt ’RNIB HED FRONT
room. 215 Perry, west.
TO RENT, BARGE NICELY FTR
-1 ht l ronm to gentlemen, bath on same
floor. 22 Harris, between Bull and Whita
KI'ItN’IBHKO ROOM FOR BENT
nice location. Blokes, l* York street, est
FOR RENT. ONE BARGE Ft'RNIBH
e. south room. 316 West President street
FOR RENT, FtTRNIHHED ROOMS
Appiy 310 Broughton street, rwst.
PBEASANT BOOMS WITH BOARD.
West Elberty street.