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FIVE dollars a box,
||( I'tlrr f of '** Flfarr Willi Him.
„ ,m to any for th# banrllt nf aome
<l. .peptic tr.ai Btuart'n Pyxpepala
Mill give comfort and a cur*
i m*. Five dollar* a boa would not
pur.'hoein* them rhouM I ever
, r ..rain a.* I did tor a welc before ue
j. g i hero
,10 .vi-.'nn* hr.a 1 bought at my
did ill* work and my duration
a iwiht a*ain.
~ of my noljthbor* ha<’ niao rl<J
■ .i.ior- and found them to 1> Juai
i, rr • ntrd. ~nd Mr. Klim* all* want*
. u- hi* tut mo in Indornnii Stuart s
~,„la Tablt* xidiird.
A Klim* end
, F.# Musa*)) Asst Postmaster
.mo oudbui.t Mara
Ja* Barton of Toronto, t'anad.i.
For iiifhiom month* I aufT.-rrd
what I mi |i|Hii <1 wa* liladd. r and
pv trouble, an I look nirdli'lne from
..Iff. rent doctor*, without any *i*n
. ur<- 1 felt *0 111 at last I wa* hardly
to do my work
ti,..,*ht 1 would try a hox of Btimrt *
- 1 p:. 1 Tab.*’* and *ee If lh<> would
, me feel better, newer really Ihlnkltiß
I ■ 1 dvepepWa but after only three or
I taldol* bid I ecu taken all tlte acid
II i. .in ared and then I dl* .f>>d
I . ! ; 1,1 .icld dy*pef*la.while the doctor*
t eeo irejiinß me tor kidney and blad
troulde and one of them treated me
OmeMlon Is fin*, ray complexion
r .md I am able to do my work and
. plflt* nr. unknown In me
.1111 mi thankful for fln.ltnir a rur* *0
I and *0 pbwrant lo lake a* Smart *
, <l*la Tablet* I am surprlfed at the
. j.iro they have made In me
. I druKßletr sell and recommend
p , r f t>y*pep*la Tablet*. because they
~ln .ally ihe almple natural dlßestive*.
1 taken after meals prevent aridity
• use prompt dtaestlon and usslmlla
• n of food.
ivslrlann everywhere tfilorse them h*-
..c they are a* *afe for the ehtld a*
1 ihe adult, they are Invaluable for
, stomach, nervou* dy*pot>*i hearl
ri* on stomach anl Uiwel* and
, form of Stomach derang. merit.
1 7T0N SOLD ON THE STALK.
m 11 tun\ni.r: nuAid* hum? these
im hi Tin: ruiTEm.
Island I at ton Helllnß at * leuli
and abort Staple at in f ear* a
Pound In the Field*. Ihe Hn>ers
laklna 111 Hlsks-Wr. W. H. C bap
lfa Heport* I pon Ilie Condition#
Wltleh He Found In fleorala aa.l
Florida—Tlir Props Generally Poor
and the Former* Ire Well l*are
of the Far I—lnterior Porehoocr*
Ire Hu ring Freely nt Flaares
I have Market Frier*.
Mr Waller H Chaplin, of Dancy A
,pUn. ha* Juki returned from 0 trip
ir -<„ißh ihe aea Island cotton country of
. rßia and Florida. durlnß which he
1 iied all the lmiortant point* In the ter
ory tributary lo Savannah. Mr Cha|e
reports a rather remarkable state of
irs In Ihe country Nol only Is Ihe crop
, rt. but the farmer* mi interior mer
it.. ire convinced of I hi* fact and are
I ,tiR and telling the crop on fhc atalk
I In the seed and that too at price*
-h are hardly warranted by the *tat*
I I .he market at Savannah.
Th> condition ts a most remarkable
*ahl Mr. Chaplin to 11 Morning New*
r.l-.ner yesterday, "nnd one I have never
*een equaled In h* hl#torv of the
1 .1. At Boston. Ga.. I found that sea
Urd cotton had been aold In the held bv
firmer# at JO cent* i>*r pound, fhe setter
.MR to'pick and deliver. Thl* was on
c *- stalk, the purchaser taking all risks
•o stains and other damage* to the
, 1 The Interior people are Ihor
c V convinced that there I* a short
both of the abort and the lo '"'
> and the men who have money seem
* ■ g to Invest In > oMon at prte** a:
~ , they could hardly realltc a profli
.. s tvannah market at preaenl. tak
e in consideration the <uat of delivery
Other expense* Short staple cotton
, .„, E freely bough* in the held* at 1
, pound and many farmer* are verv
tfui akout making 1 deal, if
1 ft mire*.” ... ..
v. l.akc City. Fla wild Mr fhnpllm
I. reliably Informed fhat *ea inland
■um was being laiughl in the seed at
. . nts a i nund As tt takes from four
t,.ur and one-quarter lun.|e of seed
„ to moke a fiotwi.l of lint, you can
W ait price the purchaser* arc pay
. „ r Kv. n allowing for ihe seel the
until J 4 cents 1 pound, and at
t ‘ißtire* they coukl lnrSy deliver It
I .md RttU except ot a km* 1 found
inetan. >-* where interior buyer* ar.
I ,„■or h ive paid higher prk*# for both
1 , ind nnd short staple cotton tlttt.
• 1 it th. ports."
, .luntry iieupl. are fully convinced
• her* t* a short ciop of both staple*
lr Chaplin, "and judging from what
I * .ii*i what I learned from other*.
,i*. the right of It The cotton crop
rally a isxir onewln Ik* sccllons
I visited, nnd report* from other
ire to the earn.- effect. If tne
te.lured In th# same r ilk. through
>uth. ihe yield will riot b. more
.1 • to 75 per .nt. of fhat of lift
f ’hi* prove to tie the case uplands
K g., to IIS c#nt* and uhove.
-lands to I,’, lo • enlf liefote
In many Instance* buyer* are
• ,tton In ihe country tn the belief
will go much blghor.
irm.-rs ar# generally In goo.! oon
-11,1 Mr. Chwulln. “They ar# re
n,or# money for ihelr cotton, arc
I heir advance* promptly, and
*'t. independent Ttie firm, r I*
i.ing* thl* year, and I am glad
1 Mil It l,|A IIKMIIF.hT IfitlK.
1 *0 the barrack* and 4*ked to
He l.ncked I p.
I 'urtis. a member of th# deml
wnlk.d mto the police barrack*
ttnrtiy before 11 o'clock, and
sergeant on duty to lock her
the mlstreias of the house wh< re
id been stifylng also called and
o the uulhorillcs Ihut the girl
ug from .b in.iitjc nnd that she
1 1 utisiiicrablu trouble with tier
,1 hours. The unfortunate crei
! inla, she said, took th# form of
imtlpathy to staying In tho
•I It ha.l requir.*d the combined
■ f several of the other inmate*
her from ee.'.t|tlug into Ih#
'Her In Hie evening
- m)>tnm* of the malady made
• known tn the earlier part of
'"on. hut then they appeared to
e more serlou* than a nervous
1 I were rendllv mtrlhuted to
"fee that the .girl had indulged
*>•' As she grew more vloien>.
M X. Corbin wa* called lit
“>l th# patient to be suffering
1 ute dementia.
' lolen. e had been attempt' and
'ban the other inmates of the
Crald that an outburst of
•'"ght occur, and th* worn#!'
" lawn arreateii and taksn lo
* \ " had ahe not elected to
" own wtli
MATHEWS FOUND GUILTY.
H'ontlnti* <J fro* I ißhth Vag+ )
mo*>iy in hnino m y that would not re
quire tderUiM. all. n
“1 (miSJ out oil t>f that mon#y. or almost
al of It, during ih Klvtnit Mr Mc-
Millan s42* i rh lam hmocctit. auntie
mm of fhl> ■ hargr I ic\tr tK*k or ippnt
th** tuoti*> I am thirifl whh taking I
itn n t aul|t> lam not gutliy "
Mmthows continued to |>rot**if hU In
noi flic** Imt ho told an r*. r*-dtng!v v.igu*-
atory of tho ttunnrr in Which the
had l. cn *ient At the r ltndon of hU
htati rn-ni the t. wi*d I?si * aj*. In
troducing no further evt I* i.eo
In ri'iuiti*! th Mate Introduce*! but one
wltncFh. >|r. Pott* who that h**
hook* of tho Savrit.iia!* office whowed no
payment of $! to Mi 8h rp or lo any
one **lm' 'Thh j* ih- rnt tin> .** t*aii tho
wtTncM. * 1 tiar l ev*r hoavs! ol any |av
m*ni ln'ing mad* by M from t*iw
money. The IkkjKh ol tho oth o tl • not
hhow that any > uu |aym*-nt wa.-* nt.!•■.”
Hero tho *tato r>tod and tho .irgumenU
to ho Jury worn begun.
*’ol Cann mad* 1 the opening and con
cluding urgum* nt*. tho defence being en
titled to both by rcaenn of tho tart h.it
tt ititrodut **d no c\d**n other than
tho fUtrmcni of the h*fond.int .Mr. Or
l'orn<- m ol< a brief hut cogent argum -nt
on behalf of tho mate.
t'l Cnn rousted roundly th**
fori* In tho •*'• again*! Mathowa. aaMng
It had bean shown that tlntr manner ot
eondurttng iMhincMt wn In violation of
i.iw and good oniK'iefit • anl that It was
hut in accordance with custom that the
p**or and the oppreia* *1 altudma thua 10
Mathew.-* should tic wkoted for eacrifl **
while l*igg**r heh ew im merrily ami tatdly
out of tho not.
The argument of tiio Holloltor Oeneral,
courhoil in few w>ili. went straight to
th** p*>tnt. ami it >ulll e-l. Mr Oalorfto
ewept away the nua of to. hnl- il obj.-c
--tlone with breath and !** larcd that the
question eimply whether >r m>|
MatiK*wr had MOlen tho money. Then tho
Solicitor |)I-m *nl I to show to the ‘,|tn
pletc eatinfactKHi of the Jury, that thia
was JutM what ha*l happened
Judge Faingant’i* rhargo wa?- a c tar o*-
poiitlon of th*- law that -h u and govern ih*
dcitberation-* of th* Jury and thev •
drntly found tt at dlffl* ult to determtn*
whit they ought to do Within a f**w min
ute?* after leaving the * tirt room it w>
announoe*! that they hod agreed an*l they
r turned to deliver, through their fore
man. a verdict nf guiltv "
Judge Kalligant announced that he
would not pa:4 tom. imm iliatHy. and
th** defendant w*> tak*-n ba*k to Jail
Th**re aie two oth-r ■ a.-*ea ag.dne* htin
but tt eoettiH ImprObabU- that thev \lll
l-o t4k-n up before n*-xt week There ha?*
been wome talk *f noil prn?dnn
raeow m*on a conviction In this ftr*t care
hut It Ih douhtfu! If Murphy A- ** will
ho willing to eon retit t mi* h a proceed
ing, after th* < h irge made againat th*
<-om|Mtn Math* w*. In the course of
hie statement The ienalty for iarcon\
after truet !•* confinement a? hard labor
tn the pefii*entiarv for rot lens than two
or more than reven years.
TO (iRoU ay:% idUIDA.
loietman Man *•)■ I'lHiilrrn Will
Unlit- It In Hodge < ounty.
The good price* ppa if land cotton now
command** nnd tho pro?p* . t of a still let
ter demand for this staph- from season to
season, if the m tny un 4 to which it
being put and the. prospective large con
sumptive drmind may be mken as un In
dication. Is stimiJi iting an interest in
growing it in motion** of Georgia winch
have hitherto been negleciad. There u* u
decided Interest in *h*- growing of se.
islands in I>odg** county, and the Indica
tions are that planters tn that section will
give the crop more attention n**xt s*-a#on.
Mr. W T. Harrell of Kastman called ut
the Morning N* ws offl** y-sterday. t*p to
a short tim* ago, h* a>>. no gie.it att* -
tion was pail to the growing of this *ot
ton. but planters believe there are profits
in store for them If the crop is marketed
Intelligently, and. therefore, intend to
raise more of It. Mr Harrell states that
many farmers planted >* • Island cotton
this season, hut The drought which pre
vailed from about Aug 1 damaged th**
crop greatly >o that th** yield will be
minh lighter than thev calculated or
However.he siys.they are not discouraged,
and will probably plant pr. ry generally
While there ;.r* a f*-w of the trade who
express contrary view, it 1 nevertheless
the general injpre?**iai that this
e* Island crop will t* shorter than ex
pi t ted during th- planting season. Go*hl
prlc# -* are being paid for upland cotton,
with th** belief prevalent that they will go
stilt higher. nd many believe it will I**-
th*- same with long sfaple cotton So far
the receipt* have been light In this mar
('OLORKD (OI.I.KGFI tiPI'AHG D%V.
lmlrnu from llir Trl \mon
The Georgia Htmr Industrial College will
iH'dn Its Itnth annual session t'-du\
l.nst night a lirge number of students
hud already appeared on the groun.ts uni!
the boarding hall looked u* If school li.nl
already begun. At least fifty new stu
dents mad*- their opptaran e unions the
old uns who had already come In.
The main Indy of students will ''Otm
this morning. Home have • ome from Chat*
lattpoca. Tenn . Du Hon. t vdartown, Jl url
elta. Atlanta. Clarksville and various
places through Middle and South Georgm
Augos'a, the old home of President
Wrigin sends a large delegation It will,
perhsp-. number some tlxicsn. Brunswick
hae h Urge deles ulon. In fact. Bruns
wick ha In proportion to Its slxc. sent
more students than any other city outside
of Savannah About V> oer cent of th.
graduates of the eity schools hove ap
plied for admission.
The Georgia St lie Industrial College lias
become more widely known this yaar than
ever before, and students are coming In
not only from all sections lr. Georgia hot
from South Carolina. Florida. Arkansas.
Alabama, and one student u tu illy came
Iroin Oregon. President Wright has also
had applications from some Afrl an stu
dents from the Tra -\anl A gr*wj man\
students have already hern denied ndmis
slon on account of the very limited ue
comomdatlons This morning speeches
will he made >v th- president md some of
•he other mcmliets of the faculty, and ot
Interesting programme w.l! he carried out.
r'apl. Wallers Badly Injured.
Thomasville til . Ocl. if —Capt It T
Walters while driving '• two-horso tr im
per the City this afternoon fell from the
wagon and was run over, having his
held dreadfully mashed, and one eye din
New Commissioner eef llecils.
Atlanta. fct. '.’.-Orafli n C Kennedy has
hern |.|siinted comml-vloner of d-eds far
the State of Georgia In Ohio Jhc ap
pointment was made hy the Oovernor and
the Secretary of State this morning Is
sued the commission
W irlfcliy. n
oITtEB 5 so. -
THE MOKNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, G( TOHEI? 1900.
Nt- P.'KLS SH‘\PF\ 1 -
! THt r oaf LOW'-.V
j FOR SAU AT AiUCADINj C*] ** •' :
THO I RU: M fill Tlir \% IiIH.
PlfVerenre •• to Tlielr Itrmoval %f
--ter tiring t nt.
The wi **l question appears to W* the
*uuhe of conselerable Irritation and un*
..appmc— #0 a good many cilia-►. et-|>*'-
ia-ly in the southern ** -*tlon. w-eii as
of <-onHldergblo trouble to th** city *l*.
partments There arc many re.-ii*lerv<s of
;he Souihshlc. who regret now* that the
-übJH t.• ntlr the wi-*l> w * **ver agi
totol. and are In lined to think that inor**
si kn -.■* h is been ca•* •! by de aying veg
etation ih hii-*- of non-removal of in*-
wietlf- after being cut than could hav *
is-en charged to the weeds hod they been
allow'd *0 waif for Jack Frost.
Health OfTb er lirunner was asked yes
terday uuuut Mr. P. b Springer's at air
men ts concerning the death of his lit
tle son. but said that he did not wre to
*lim ues fhe rn.i. "#i • vond egpitsstng his
sympathy for Mr. apringer in his bereave
Mr. Springer nnd other rraiderrta of
ihe &>iitiksklc,“ said Dr. Hrutmer, "aeem
to r*e laboring un*ier .& wtong impression
wub r*gar*l to the w-d ohttntnct Th*
ordlnun* *• distinctly says that the proper
ly owners --hail <*u and remove the w*e*i
it the w*td tire aitow-l to remain and
•b y. it is th** fault of the lot owner* aml
tot of th*- ciCy.”
!>r Drunner wan Informed that the
b- avenger ciepartmeirt had l*eett removing
•l - w*<six, and apparently • onsfciered it
its duty to do s 1 He replied that Is- was
not aw*are that su* h was the cose, as he
a*. hud .* number of property owner*
• I** Ktlt'l. who nad cut. iHJI had not r*
moved the we-ds fr* m their lots. At any
1 ate It dsl not change the onJUian ‘e. he
Director Godialerk of the public works
*s>k .* somesvhat different view of the
intention of th* ordinarx** from that held
b\ Dr Brunner The e* avengei depart
*neni had 111 tdoubtediy Imen Itioksrl io
temove the weeds wneituT the
*.► -pet tiled or not. he said, and had bern
doing so 10 the b* at of Its ability.
No w-ee*ls have been allowed to remain
I■* long a ten days after being cul,*‘ aaW
the Director, "and assertlon to this ef
le, t are incorre t. "Where weeds have
cut and piled on the street line they
baa 1 mn\ 1 by IM inyrngtr wag
ons Mny lot owners, evidently mlsun
i ;-1 indlng the ordnance, have simply
ut the wet-d* and let them lie in many
usee 1 hav* had the scavenger men r:k
up the weeds and either reijiove or burn
them. Jjurge lot owners or their agents
have in most Inst mces -implied with fht*
ordinance by having ihe weeds cut and
plied on the lots. Instead of removing the
weeds to the crematory lot and burning
them there they* have been allowed to
dry out for n few days and #hen burned
The scavenger force has Its hands full
with the regular work at this season and
it ts out of the <|u*-tton t attempt to haul
off all of the w*e.is which have been cut
recently If is rarely the edra thin weed*
are allowed to He more than three or four
Tho director r* marked th ( the wr*!n
and Hrra? 1 !* r* :*irn|*iv cured by the pun
he did not w*ll pw how they could breed
dlaeape. Th* rultinq of weed<* and grap* in
unuped Ptrefe and gr ipp pl.tntp thm year
ha been a cotiPlderable tax uprn the de
part men! The afreet" have been iron*
over twice already and are now being g<*n
over for ihe third time
With a view to srcurlne sotnj apfiatance
In thl" wrk I>lree*or Oadeden a*ldr* i *ed
a felled ye**ferday fo f'hnlrman Daffln of
ihe Dark and Tre f'ommlPalan. nktn<r
h m to co-operate in denning off the graph
plate, th**"*- l*e!ng oonaldered unrler fh#
Juriedlctlon of the commip|on To ih.s
f'halrman Tkiffln replied fhat the elend* r
force of the commleplon. rendered nece
- iry by lift pm ill fund. l liarely able to
keep up with the regiil ir and neceaaiiry
work of Hp *|ep(rmerit, which Include*
•he keeping of the equaroe an*l park"
that M would be unable to lo anything for
the gra*e platp, nnd Miggeettng tha* If
th- Stre* and letne I>e|Mirtmeni wer*- un
ibl* to * o|m- with the work that It call up
on round! for apeiptince.
lit** wim: i hot MUD.
Itrporl of III* Itealh IHarredlted lt>
a I.otter from Him.
It was reported In bavannah pome time
go iht Private ()native A Witte, a na
ive of thl - city, had been killed or had
died of die- p* In the Philippine*, where
Le wa p* rvftng with the Sixteenth Infan
try. Witte waa a musician In Company K
ibnv innali radaisi, First <borgia Infan
try, I* H V., during ih*' war with Siwiln
and It wa** a master of r* gret to hip old
comrade" when they heard th-* report of
hi :* <le.ith
Private Witte hap wrlttn a leiter to
Havannah. however, that indicate" very
clearly that he Ip still In the ),m<l of the
living III" letter h*arp the date. Aug
1.: *nd was written from Apart. Islani
of Luzon Wl*t* d* ?crihes the metho*!*
of fighting Indulge*! in by h*- ffttlpMffM
md entertalnp bm a poor opinion of it
II" iyt the aervlce of the Klrpt eorgla
was a "dream’' In comparison with what
he has to stand In the Philippines, .ud
h e letter donut with the hop' that it will
n**t be long la-fore they are out of that
KIT hi R.VIC4 T FOR CHARITV. *
% Little White Girl * * Monae of 111
What seetns to b* a fit case for eom*
. harltable wx-Uty Is that of the rescue of
i Util* girl, the laughter of a dissolute
woman with whom she lives, at a house
kept by a negro woman.
The child Ip probably no* more thau 6
or 7 year" old. but already. In the at
mosphere In which It Is forced to live. |
picking up the habit and language of Ihe
degraded half world. The no-her seems
to have no regard at a!! for It. and al
Hides to It in language that ts associated
usually with ©nl% those with whom h**
mint!• " The rhlU'w father, who Is dead,
had friends who. though themselves un
able i*> a■siimo the responsibility and rare
of the child are nevertheless anxious
that It should be rescued from the Ufa
wnirh will only be its portion if left In
li- present surroundings
The resignation of *JJ Ernest Dart of
she Third pjitallon. First Infantry, has
tieen a -cepted MaJ lad was In com
mand of tha battadoc wince tha raorgam
to visit hi * ttvrivt: ia\d,
I’oriwnltttea John Sint Has In (*n
Tlirnuaklt t fief Hack Wain.
Chinaman John Hlrg was making h‘s
prepxratb ns yesterday to r* turn t hi in
live land. For the l.n-t k* vi nlern >-ar*
JOIIII has held f.rth n Whitaker near
Oglethorp** avenue, where he ran a laun
Deputy Collector of u toms Johnson
• ortifled to pap* rs y-sterday whb h it will
l*e necessary for John to present to the
customs off!rails at Man Francisco in or
der to land there un his return The law
*ai ihe subject may in* rtaidlv enforced
throughout tho country aa.itnut the re
turn of Chinamen, but It would *eetn t ir
is a ch*nce to do.ige tl by ustnn deceptive
tactics. In order fo obtain permission 10
land on returning, a departing Chinaman
must qualify to an oath that he is mar
rbd and that his wife remains in th*
f’nlted Mtatee. or that he has uns**ttled
debts tn this ountry 10 the ni unit of
In fha presint < aj*e the Chinaman is un
roaitied, hut swore that two Chinamen
with whom he has been In eo partnei hij*
for several year- owe htn an undivided
share of the two laundries which amount
to tymij! $l,lOO. It se*-ms to be lit* |> ir
pos** of the I*w to keep d*‘|art|im f*hlna
men from returning to ttds country unU>?
th* v have buslne-* here
Mr J>bns*i smv** tills is th- first a(
plh-atlofi for a certificate of the kind s ti<.
th** liw w*nt Inf effect The document
re. ites that Him; lives here, that he h<
unseitlcHl delts. and At the itottom his
photograph is attach** ! The certlfl- at*
will he presented to ihe cmsioms officerr
at San Francisco, where it will he taken
up and another Issued
UF A T **lll.l. IA P.MICII,
Main for To-day and Tnnmrrni*
\% Ifh Fresh Aortheasf \\ Inda.
October is here hut still there has been
little let up in the h*-a whb h continues
twy above the normal. Yaaterday’ <h
maximum temperature was 82 degree*
and the minimum 71 giving a mean of 7-
which is six degree* above the norm.\
nnd which, added to the excess of the
previous day. gives the month already an
exceaa of II dt*gre#*s.
Tim rainfall yeatrritay up to H o -|*>
was 04 Inches. Imt late l.ist night and
• •arly this morning It rained almost c n
The state forecast for to-day and |*
morrow is for Mill more rain, with fr**sn
northeast winds, be**ming brisk on th
roi'Rt yrtips ixtfhkdrkuk.
1,. \\ . Then* Mast \of i:n< uimlm-i
Property 4’latmei! h y Janie Janes.
Judge Kallignnt. granted m restraiuli 1
order yestertlay prohibiting I. W. Theus
fritn alb-natlng. encumbering or otherwlm
Interfering with a pi* *a of property on
Huuth street, which is claimed by Janl*
June.**, until the further or*ler of th*
I h** plalhtifT seta out In hor |et!tion that
she borrowed $l2B from the defendant It.
ivq. on wh.it she then thought to h m
mortgage on her property Hbe hd eln
mad*- several pavm#*ni?* of prlrn’inttl and
interefq nd heva r k< * , w tnat Tceua cii|j
e.| title until *hort while* ag< Ile.irlng
on the application for a femtorary In
junction haw been set for Nov S.
Mr J Ash of I ndine la a guest of th*
Mr K. Berkley of Atlanta is a guest of
the De Hoto
Mr IV 11. Williams left yesterday f i
Mr <* W Philip* of Atlanta Is a gnesi
of the Pulaski
Mr. J. P. M illoy of Howell Is a gue*'
of the Piil.iski
Mr A I. Wtbb of Abbeville Is a guest
of the Pol.-iski
Mr. D. M. Bradley of 11-tgan Ip register
eJ at the Pulaski.
Mr (*. E. Tubman of Baltimore Is h
gue?t of Ihe I'ulftski
Mr. W. f P. Alford of Jacksonville Is re*,
ftatfftff at the |.
Mr Js*'oh fKetx of port Koval regisier
ed at the Screven yesterday
Mr A J. Snedeker left for New York
yesterday Via th* Nncoot'M**
Mr? Iterlha Dixon left yesterday via
the Bout hern for Washington.
Mr II C. Butcher left vL the Plant
System yesterday for .M&ntgormry.
Mr Hiltenhouse Monte |ef via the
Plant System yesterday for Galveston
Mt A. Peruchj. agent of the Pertichl-
B* Mini Vo. la registered at the Hire van
Mr Allan Kw*-al left last night on a
business trip throiigh southwest Georgli
Mr <5 M Brinsivn of ffflllmore wis
among the arrivals at the !>e rtoo yes
Mr. Jos L. Htubb* of Adahelle w*
atixuiK the arrival" at the Hi rev* n >•-
Mr. Charles K Arn**ld of k wa>*
In the * Ity yesterday and rgisierel a'
Meßsrs. John A Graham and K H, liar
rison of H* Mark s. Fla. are. registered
at the Pulaski.
Mr and Vlr- Tinsley Hmith wer* ammu
tlie |** ■ -engera of the Houthern yesterday
for Washlngt in.
Mr and Mrs W. C Perk*n", Mr. W It
WallA'-e. and Mrs T- W H.riwlck ol
llagen was gu sli of the Screven.
Mr J. C. Halle is Ihe latest nddirion to
the city's soiithsblers, having removed
from Parry street to Abercorn and h'lrst
A meentig of c*ire|e No. A Kina>
Daughters, is announced fvr 4 o :<
to-morrow * ft* moon at the renklenr* *f
Mr?* Ardsn. No 4. Henry street, east
Judge H. P. Brewer and Mr- P Brow
er of Oliver are reported much im proven
from their recent Illness A telegram
was received hv Mr W. ff Brewer ye*-
terdav* to that effect.
Mr O. r Holcomb who has been for a
year with Messrs Kavanaugh fk Cos. has
accepted a position With Messrs. Dugin
A Hheft ill. Ife has the best wishes of
his many friends In his new position.
Mr Ijouls D Mu? gan has returned to
Havannah after an ibaence of two year*.
Mr Morgan has h*,cn in New York air* •<
leaving Mavannah His many friends here
will be gUd 40 hava him among them
WALSH 6c MLYtff,
1-4 Broughton, West.
TL la the -ei ti >t 1 .. u,r whan ae take great r• ire tn showing our
I F TCAI.I *-* Ot TIN .H FLANNFi.M KUNNEU.TTKR for IIOFMF.
tiOXYNM. HIIOHT SKIRT*. UNG SKIRTS
PHAI-KKIK-* AltT .''Vl'lNti HI. X IMA T \FI.BTIUFF frBTAININO In
H4VI!*SI H l,A< r. IU.I I-' I. Sl'Hi:r• MI HI.NB KAI K ana NET 1-AXKtA* for
111. ASA IXK*HF
——t c" i t *1 LOOB!
foman in a picture of per
4th. Her existence U
• mlaerable by Shattered
la. the Bluett, or any of
y weak or Impure blood.
11 of life and ambition,
ndxumc. She la happy.
)d courging through her
Intalng her magnificent
Hid, warding off the in
le dlacunca to which a
'MauwwtU be iu...
P D n (LIPPMAN’S GREAT REMEDY) lathe ideal medi
ti ti cine for women. Itn nut* ingtireo health nnd thegub
• Bill Hlitntinl nttrgctivenegN which health alone can be
stow. P. P. P. is the greateal Blochl Purifier known to
l dical science, curing all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia. Rlieumv
tiSm, Catarrh, Neuritlgia, Malaria and Nervous Derangements.
•P. P. P. is sold by all druggists. $i a bottle . six bottles. $3- *.
BROTHERS. ... Scvannah Goi
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
t///rA' nr A>//&// //ryrr
t/a/*. SrvHCtMXr, <'*if</rrnM
Twice the price could buy no better.
LI PPM AN BROS., Savannah Agents.
To Save Expense ot Moving,
we have decided to sell entire
stock of Furniture. Carpets, /V\at -
tiny;, Shades, etc., ot sligHt ad
vance fc>ove- cost during Sep
tember. VA/HI be in store?, 112
Broughton, west, early in Octo
ber with a full arid complete line..
\A/e can fill nny order Right Now.
Cali and see os ot old Post
LINDSAY & MORGAN
FINE GRADES OF WHISKIES.
The R. G. Whiskey gallon $ ZOO
Glendale Whiskey gallon $ 2.50
Crystal Spring Whiskey gallon $3.00
Goiden Wedding Whiskey gallon $3.50
IN CASES OF 12 LARGE BOTTLES:
Th Antedi'uvt.n Whtok.y boll.d by Oaborn. of N. York ,YI(M
Th. FMrlm Wt.i.key bottled tn bond In lirnd.nLon. Ky (12. M
Th# ProrU WhDkry butt.d In bond by Cl.rk Brotb.r. 112. M
H.rrdith Ky. tVlilikly, bottld al th.tr dtsttllary ill Ohio HIM
Oo.rian Wnldtne Whlak.y, our bottllnx M-M
Lippman Block, ... Savannah, Ga.
in the Country recognize the I
! W superiority of
LEA & PERRINS’
-J/\ C AIIPC th ontoiNttb
/ V . ob ° r *•▼•"•••
' * ~ rjl 60,1 *• nK. Steak*, trout.. s#p.,
/ ga.'' . y and .vary variety of nude dMiu,
Km-*—*** "e Jonm Dc-wr ah's Sons, Aoivti, Nsw You,
R -''’’xiiiy. f 't 44,1 '■•'Ml .'I Atlanta Situation hi*!) anl healthy
IO BfrrrTTral SI N" Tl|note Hold tn rounty Inir#o!!tlate xamee pro
IT 8.-l I ' iibri C. j hlMte.l Yuli rollex# wiirai nflrr.d S.adlnc tn A 8.8
U S'; . ■ >Ta mil Ph . and M h l>Y'eri. Kn'tr# n.#.eaary ipn..a with
V\ // in .<> Mrd annual aeaamn hrxlna hpl. I. HO. For
,\W catalogue and full information, addrea*
C. £. Powman. ©tcsiocni.
Ocean SieamsDla Go.
New York, Boston
tthiiirfiAßifd cabin accotn modal ion t All
(ha canfr(a of a nuMlaru liu(l iaiactna
ilghr* l‘it* xi.ibl** Tirkata iocluda
nieaiff and bertha aboard aMs*-
Lssensct Fares lrorn iuraaotil
TO Nj.U VOHK—FIRST CABIN. U*;
jFIIt ST CAUIN HOI NU IRII’. IAI. IN-
I TFIt MKM.tTI CABIN. *lO. INTKKMK
-I'IATB CAIIIN HOL’NU THIF. ***-
i STKKHAHK. lit).
TO BOSTON - FIIIST CABIN. dj
i FIHST CAlllN HOI N!> TRIP. I-
N l i: CABIN. *:T. INTBRME
IIATK i AIIIN Km SI) TRIP. *■*•
Th# ipr,.i Ni,„m-htpN of thl# Itn# ar#
apimloti i to sail (mag Batrsnaal*, C#*ral
iati) mrrl.llim tlm- * -ollow#
44V4.444U IO 11.44 VURK.
KANSAS c|Tl i ~|it, Flrhrr. THI’RS
f*A V. Oi l 4 l no p m
TAKI.AHASHKK. C.pl A-kln*. SATI.'R
-I>A V, t)< i it 3uo p. m
i CITY OF 4I OI SPA. C.ipl. t'4rg*<t.
TCKPMAY. Ofl. ADA [) tn
NACtHHTIKi: t p* Smith THt'RSPAY.
On U, . ... p m
KANSAS CITY, C.pt Flh#r, SATfR
-I*A Y. o. t 13. •> ix. p m.
TAM.AH AKSKF c..pt A.ktnS, TI'ES-
I"A V Oi l Hi. 11 tp ~ m
CITY OF AFOCSTA. Cpt. Inggrtt,
THt'RSUAY. Oct lx, tn> p m
NAc.iti. to i f.,pt Smith. SATI'RDAY.
O t ji. 3ip p x
KANSAS CITY C.ipl Flhr. TVES
DAY. 0.-4 23 4 3** p m
TAI.I.AHASSKK c.pt Ai>kln*. THORS
IMY. Oct (S, AJn p m
CITY OF At'4ll'STA. <’ipt I>*gtt.
SATURDAY, th-t Ti, 7 <44 p m
NACoocIIKK. Ct.pt SmMh, Tt'ESDAT,
On Jn I<> <*> p m
44A4 lllkk TO HUITM.
CITY OF MACON. Capt Mavogx. WED
NESDAY <!.-• *. HUPP.
CITY OK MACON. Ca|,t Savage, MON
DAY. On i. I4<ki n
CITY OF MACON. Cap*. Savage. FRI*
PAY On IS 1400*4
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage, WED
S’ 4:81 >AI .On IT, noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. MON
DAY. on Tt. ia.n
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage. FRI
DAY. Oct J*. noun
CITY OF MACON. Capt Savage. WED
NESDAY. On tt. tioon.
Thl# company reaervea tha right *#
rhange lt eotilng# nllhnnt notlc# anil
without liability or a. nountahlllty ther#-
Sailing- New Y'ork for Savannah Tua-
Oavti Thtirwlvva ami Saturtlava Ann p nt
W O IIRKW4:R, City Th-ket ami Pa-a
enger Agent, 107 Bull atraet. Savannah.
F W SMITH, cootractlns Fraught
Agent. Savannah, Ga
n G THKZKY'ANT. Agent. Savannah,
WAI.TF.H HAWKINS. General Agent
Train,' Dep't. 2M W H#y atreel. Jaek
4: H HINTON. Traflto Manager. Sa
4> E t.N FEVRE. Manager. New
Tier 35. North River. New York. N Y
Merchanis K Miners Tronioodaiion Ci
Sdvanruh to Raltiniore & Pbiladelpbla
Tlckela on aala at .■otnpany - , ofll. ato
th# following polnte at very low ratea:
ATI.ANTIC CITY. N J
BALTIMORE. M HCFFAIAJ. N Y.
CHICAGO, II.U ci.tJVELAND, O.
HAGERSTOWN. I'A HAHRISBCRO.PA
HAI.IFAX. N. S
NIAGARA FA 1,1 S NEW YORK.
TRENTON. W I. MI NO TON.
Flrat-claea tl.keta In.-lutle tneala anl
bertha Savannah lo Ibiltlmore and Fhlta
driphla AccommodaDona and culatna
Freight capacity unlimited; careful
handling and oulek dlapalch
The .1, am-lilpe of ihl# company are ap
poltiled to .all fn.t44 Savannah aa follow*
(Central Standard Tlmei
111 II tI.TIMUNE.
D. II MIM.EH. ( apl Petera. TIICRB
DAY. Oct I. IM l m
ITASCA. <'apt Hlllupa, BATURJIAY.
O. t. . 4 <) p. m
DORCH ESTER. Capt Jamea. TCEIV
DAY. (XI . *.4*o p. in
TEXAS. Capt. Kidredge. THCRSDAf.
Oct. 11. M> a. m.
D. II MIIJ.ER, Capt Petera. BATIfR
DAY. Oct. U. p m
And from Bultlmore Tueadaya, Thnr
daya’and Saturday* at I® p. >•
AI.I.EGIIAN Y. Capt. Fo*tr. KATCR
DAV. <KI . * <*> P. m
BERKSHIRE. Capr Ryan. WEDNES
DAY. tiet 10. .4 p m
AI.I.E'.HANY. Capt. Fofter. MONDAY,
Oct 14. 12 noon
BERKSHIRE. Capt. Ryan. FRIDAY,
, Or*. t. *' P. m
AI.I.r.UHANY. Capt. Fot#r, TCEBDAY.
- Oct 73. 500 p m
BERKSHIRE. Cats. Ryan. BATCRDAY.
Oct. 17. 700 p m
AEI.KGIIANY. Capt. Fot#r. WEDNES
DAY. Oct. 11. 12 noon.
H.WRINGS FROM PHIIeADEtePHIA
EVERY FIVE DAYS AT 4on I* M
Ticket Offlrw No 111 Hull atreet.
J J. C A KORAN. Agent.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav Agt.
W F TURNER. O I* A
A D. BTERBINS. A. T M
J C WHITNEY. Ttaffl. Manager ,
C.. iiervt office*. Baltimore, Md.
g DUMB AGUE anO
m ala . ria^
LIPPMAN BROS.. Praprlaiara.
OteflUti. Llopman'a Block. SAVANNAH. BA
A safe am! powerful remedy for functional
troubles, delay, pain, and irregularities, in
API O LINE
Soreaa.fullr prearrihed Fv Speriallata for DU>
ea*. id Women. Price $i no of all DrueelaU,
■ by maU. p, P. Box xoA;, N. Y.