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SOUGHT DEATH IN SOLITUDE.
ivt’iriDF or t. o. itkGi.MTT i%
A%00D% HEAR HIT* OF MOI*K.
Hod) Mad F.v Ideally eea There for
aereral Its>•— Kmlot Formerly a
Drummer for Red l.ye. Hill
fta*l Lost His Position—Mia Identi
ty Discovered Frnui Letters Found
In His Poe Lei—Has a AA tfe and
Children in Atlanta—‘The Hods
Will Aof lie Disposed of tnlll
These Relatives Are Heard From.
Charier 41 Rnfiett r*f Atlanta l**rniei
ly a traveling man for lie*l S* ul Lv#
was f>und *Wed v enla i* th* wkln
near Baker t*n- r,g. within stmut n
quarter of a mile - t fh** Savaftnafi. Thun
derbolt *nd Isle >' H*c* Rh iw.iv
The remain# we * d." <' ered bv ' Major
Andensrvn. n *s<***l man. living near
Bainffi v . vn> wn / i*b# ring s*l Th*
body was 11 o • lu*le*r| a spot that, but
for sn a* id* nt it [*ro4mbly n* vei would
ligve hirn f*ar.d
Anderson t* *1 of hi find to Mr A M
Barbee at l#ie of Hop* .*nd h** fn turn
notified t • *roner *■** t* The i*od\ wie
found aliout 10 1* io* k oral ihe coroner
rag* bed there aitfiut n<Kri The body wa#
unr* ogmxuide. evidently having been
there for several days. The identify f
the mati wa ♦ ‘tMbi4#hil ty tfj‘ mirtri •< * •
or* a number of lett* i> whi* h wer*- fouml
m the inner pocket *f iu~ *>ii Tliajga
no Tangible evkkn*** i* thin • ffa t wl#
found near the body. If I# the theory of
the coroner nnd tli>*< who have #een
the Lsty that the nun # Lath wa-v bv
euk'ide. and this thcor\ is strengthened
I y the in vest ig;i :ion# that war® made
If th* man committed ei*. kle and there
is littlv il übt that It* id th* Miot he
* hoo.-c. for ih deed i * wild and lone
eome a one a# he * oti.d have e|, t* and In
*h* farthest pari of 1 damp meadow
4*.tout n qianrter • fa mile from th- Isle
of Hop# Railway tr.* k overgrown with
t 1 1
S'nib (•aim' tTo and <D ft- I lore and there
with clump- *f #rn ill pin* the Ikmlv In'
The man bad • Bo * •*•* .1 -t*ot near 1 -light
hollow and under the fall* t i* . then
folding hi** -sit piliuwwl- a > a rest
f r hi* b* ad. had -wallowed p*i.in and
lay dowr. to lle \Vh n found, the bodv
was in an easy posture .t# tliough death
bad come easily nnd ther** hu*l hern no
S'ruggl* Tti* magi lay • r hh back with
hi* arm* lying i*ll) at Ll# *d* . a tel hi
right leg slightly drawn up The body
had beep horriblv and ia ed froni natural
*au*** and by Hi# # aveng*i# of th*- air
and wo*m|* When a Morning New# re
porter visited the pla* *. one of th* -*
black ** sv*nger-. ihe *mly living thing In
eight, was i* rch**l on 11 limb, k***piri£ a
grue#om** vigil almv- th** dead
The |c:t*r* that were found in the
p-k*'t of the deod min e coat Lire the
aklreps f .1 Savannah hou#**, and when
be retim ed to the Itv the coroner . all-**?
nt the a*Mr*•-# *n*l founl lhaf Fnglett
bul lieen a b* irder ci* r# for #.*m in ♦
wi*h hi wife an.l children, but had sent
hi** fsmilv to At.ar'i Miwnit tw. w***K#
*t" He. tdrneeif hud t* cn nii**eing in •
Bttfiday Trier** were two letter* oddr
ed to him, rw| these the coroner o[K-ie.y
and found them ta he from the man#
ivife ji. Atlant 1 The tell a pathetic torv
and throw some lighi *k the mans Ilf.*
a>d his probable reason for taking hi#
In the first of the letter*, dated Sept.
ST hi* wife tell* him that she enclose |
two advertisement* and asks him to
wnswer them *- he might ther*b\ secure
a . ,
ce|ye from him which she a l %vi#
the blue* letlet #he had ever seep *nd
* k**d her *'imtniiiieatlori with a pa
thexi. oiumol to him to le lirave .m*l
In a later letter, dated Oct 3. she told
him that #h** had L-**n 10 1 man om
hi* behalf and thought if h*> would write
th.lt he could aecure a posit (or In thfa
letter a* in the former *ne *h t**M iim
how worrS and #h w . an*l ak and that h
write at once
Eng let L eald 40 have be*n seen Vi#|
on riundsy when he left hi hoarding
hou#e Both M ## 1 * Bar tne and Wlllet#
of the Die of Ho t # Railway have dl*
tinct rc oli.. n, i H #tranger who went
out on I heir car during the carlDr iarr
of the week though they r** no sure
about the day. and who got off at Itak* 1 #
Crossing Neither of them have any t.,o|
lection f hi# having come back lo the
city, however They think that ther* I#
Ilftle <l*Mitt that ih* [Msienger wa* Kr*
lett. tut they i*N>k particular nml e <*f Mm
because they *.iw that h- wa* a string* r
nd it Is rather an unu#usl thing for any
one no* familiar with th*- tuirroun ling
country to get off it th-- < r**-#ii.g.
Another fact that hiii k them at th
time wa* that th* man did not ask that
th*' car he stopped at Baker # Prowelng
tmt apparently got off without my <l*!i
nlte end In view, and fi**rl) h* an • the
tar had wto#prd to allow another pa* *a
ger to slight
The coroner will not hold an Inquest
New* of the man’s death ha# been wire*!
to Atlanta and the coroner expect* to L
advised '> Mr* Kngiett, or #<m of th*
dead man’s rdaftvi n to whut ds-iw*#i
tlon shall L made >f the liody It 1#
thought that B would b best • bury It
where It wa# found ind where it now in*}
pending the expend Arlnnta u Ivh c.
t ‘41%4 UK 111 A 4 |,t It PI L1.1'.11.
Thirteen f lla 4 olored llabltnea Ar
rested niml Will He Tried Tn>(lni
Twenty-five prisoners fa **l th* H<-
corticr yesterday morning Of thej
thirteen had been arrested in Conx>rdlti
Club, a |la e*n New sir*-* ( They w**r#
all charged with disorderly conduct. Tin
case was conttniH-*!.
Nellie Hnellmmi and Ho* 4I Carter th*
colored women, who ar- charg* lhy hi
rte Hayward with having it##auit-*) her
the night before w**r found guilty nnd
given r**nttmi of tio. or fifteen days
each The H* > ward w>mat v i u<i|iHk; and
H|uaily gulP.y of creating th* .|imurb
ane*. and she wt* gv n a like sentence
James Dupre, ih*- white mm. who ih*
•light before w in |*>o drunk t> tell wh> re
he llvrsl. was given ten days In Jail
Of the two men Who w* r urn*-f*d \V* d
nesdav night for indnir drunk ami rui#ing
s 4Hs turbanoe .it Price street and Ogle
thorpe avenue, only om- show. | up. th*
other M-nding a drstor’a .rtlfl<*at tail
he was too 111 to appear The om th.it
came to court was given a sentence of
125 or thirty days
FLORIDA FHIT4IR ** 4 oA||\|,.
They AA 111 A Lit Naxannnli N*ki
Week nn Their AAay to 14 Icliniml
The Florida Pre* i.ition will sp. n 1
next Tuesday afternoon and Wedne-day
morning in Havannah on If* way North to
Rlchmon*!. The Florula editor* arc t ik
ing ten days off and will #|m nd th* time
In Havannah. Columbia. it Heigh t< tul
nrouml Richmond. The party n irnb-1
about fifty people. Including a numier of
ladies, and will arrive here about nmn
Tuesday remaining until Wednesday noon
J I* traveling by the Heabcard Air Line
While here the visitor# will he giv. n a
trip to Tyber win visit the- Beak*oard T* r
vnlr.al# amink*< in the wharv- with a
• rip on tn^river, wiu be given a troll#’,
ride over ihe city and lo the resorts, and
will be otherwise entertained.
Cook's Imperial Extra Dry 4'bampagne
Ha* no superior. A large yearly increase
ia Its swics says so.—ad.
J4IHN HLI4.F. 4 A I*TI HFI).
AA s* line o| the Three Aegroes In
f4r• • and tor the Aturder of i urnrlnr.
John Hlige. the negrn who was with
He*born Hayes and J*e Lloyd when
Hive# shot Mmormon Varnedot on th*
Savannah. Thunderbolt and Isle of Hope
Itatlw y some m*nths ag*> arwl who wa#
lndtcge| by the Grand Jury for murder
w ij% brought 10 the Barracks las? night
by J. F Adams of Bulloch county
ltlige up to the time of the shoot
ing or elevator hoy In the OrM Fellows’
building Aftr the shooting he skt|*ped
out an t had not been seen In 4he city un
til brought In last night Mr H M
Icfton of t Hav itmah. Thunderfolt an*l
Isle of Hop* Railway w in telephoned last
night *f • tic arrest, nnd will Ik at the
Barra k* this morning with --♦•me one who
will L abb to identify Hlige
Of the other two men wh* wa re Indicted
f'.r the murder of Varnedoc H ye# h*s
a!r4wly been tri**l and is now under n
-entence of death. While Lloyd is still In
the Jail iw tiling trial
TOO LAHLI FOR Ml 111 NOISIK.
A 11 **ik It en * of le l*h I Isilelph la -Vs
vaiinali Line. 4*4 In (|slrtly.
The steamship Allegheny, the rtr-t vss
-* If the n* w Merchants and Miners
line L*w*en Savannah itnl Philadelphia
rn up the river at 5 .0 o* l k >*sier
la\ morning and entered her berth at th*
• *m(Mif.vi- docks witLiut attra* ting any
Hil t B e Allegheny < otne up later In the
day there would have (en whistle- ami
waving flag# and hunting 10 hail her ar
rival maiklng mh It <ll*l the resumption
<*f ira W UMkfi’n Piiilad* l[*mn an*l Savan
nah l*v tm#ii)<* of st*-atriers i*eiMUng a
five*! ’ *db li wa. #* *arly in the
morning, however, that the office* along
The river front w*r *le ertxl nn<i those
mlnmiol the tug and #'*am-hl|*# In the
hartror Jiad not yet su < * edd In wiikitg
the cobwelm f sleep frt*ni their eyes Thus
l wa that tb* Allegheny was suffere*!
to ltq> anchor without note* and with
out exclb ment.
f.ipt Kn** hsit r. in < ommarsi >•( the
Allegti*ir.. **|Wte*l that hie M.iutM'h ves-
I ltd ha*i a plea.-an' voyag* although
In* aid ••11 (|*’l ivh! sm* #vi n hour- by
r*•*!-. ii of a f*ig which overtook htm in
ti*- ‘.i\, jii****it ten miles off t’ai* Hen
• Mef ft wa n*-* *>s4try ** tsi inchor
n*l r* rniln st;ti*i**ry until ih*- fog liftel.
and tn* Initial trip to Savannah was
linglh*'4ie| L iti-e of till.-* Ih t.
Th* Abg i* n> arrled kv in first-clae-
I 1 -ng rs arsl what *•1 *t Fa*t**r all***!
1 latriv g*H*.| cargo f*r Ihe first trip.”
I wis of livet stfi*| * har* ter. Ling
largelv *.>mp*>seil of merchandise for th*
lM)era .of Savannah and the interior
Aims k tt>** shipment- w.l aie of 1.2U0
i>arr 1 -of sug t
Although there was no noise attendant
upon the Allegheny’s arrival In the har
•>or, the m* reliant# of the city are niani
f*>Hng th* Ir itt* i-t in th*- new Bn*- and
their desire to advance its Interests In a
manner much more substantial. This I#
evidenced by the -tz, of the cargo which
• lie Allegheny will tarry back to Phila
delphia. when she s dl# tht afternoon. It
con#!-i# principally of cotton, lumber and
naval stores, the three gr*at staple ex
port* of the |s*rt. Of cotton ther* will be
hetw.en #(x and seven hundred bales Hev
eral pa.-s*ngera hav* a!o l>ecn book**l for
the return trip
The Berkshire. he second vessel of the
r*ht)adelph*tfevmnnh fleet, will sail from
the former |ort this afternoon The nature
nnd site of her cargo is not known here,
hr from the tnteicsf that the t'lty of
Hrotherlv Love f# man:f*-*Tlng In fhe en
terprlsr It is surmised that It will be as
lurg* certainly ns that carried by the Al
leghany For the Berkshire'* return
trip. a quarter of a million feet of him
b- ha a I rea*ly been listed for freight.
A| A A II AA F. TIL I IN4L
AA it* cross mid Valdosta Fairs I on.
siderliiu This Attraction.
Kffort* are L ing ni.d** to arrange for
tilting contests at the Valdosta and
rose fair next month S*# r tar> W \Y
Shar|*e. t*f tb*‘ Wayrro*** Fair Astab
tWn. •:*•# written i'pi A. tiordon (’a*-
Is. of this city, commander of th*‘ Lib
erty Imlepcndrnt Tro*v. asking for in
formation a# to the n* ccwsary #tepw in Ik*
taken to bring iho tilting irom# to the fair
in hi# ity and th*- conditions which would
b** requltsd by tb* team**
• ’apt ricj- D 1..• - replied, giving the de
sired Information and stating the condi
tions w ii.li he .OfiMders |ece *#ary
I’rix* ** iAid be require*!, of course. h th*
tronj n want sotu* Incentive f.r tilting
i 'apt I’assels is of the opinion that If
th* d* #!■* ! i ditlons ar* *mp!led with
that there will be no difficulty In secur
ing 0 number of teams from tha First
l think we . n count upon eight teams
if sufficient Inducement* are offered.*' #al*l
Capt. Cassels >est#rda% “I 'Ount upon
-•curing three t***rn# fr*m the Libert v In
•lepemlent Tr*Mt*. two from the Liberty
Guards, two from the J* #up troop and
,He from the Georgia Hussars. The IJh
erty teams are in go*#l shape, iuixing dene
-cm** g*M>i tilting recently, and I have no
loubt that the other team# would give
1 k*n#| m< ount f thcmeelve#
Cap# <*a*s-l# think# there Is n kh>*l
|wro*|K> t that lotli the fair association*
will 4ik* advantage of th optortunit) to
*vur- th* tlltcrs.
\A . It. I.FAKIN’'* inivlllOA.
Local PoIHIcIn ns Are AA nlerliig
AA ha 4 He Intends to Ho.
Savannah fioitticlans arc awaiting with
conskb'rabh* tut* rest the return to the city
of Mr \N I! le-aken, who has re* elv#d
the Hepu dican nomination for Congress
from this illstrii't. but w lui has not yet
publh ly *r formally sttifad wheth* r or not
he wtii accept.
The politician* are anxious to know
what Mr L* aken Intends to do G*’n**rj.-
I> there warn# to L* litll* *loubt that he
will a< unlcae there I# a material
iiang*- in t*i* situation, by whl.li Is meant
the .[[•* inn.** on th* seen# of sorn* me
willing to m cept the nomination in whose
favor Mr l*ak* 11 would is wi ling to re-
Ur* Tint* *u* ramors on tb* streets,
which. If correct, would m *k* this retire
ment of Mr L'aken and the substitution
of another • sndldote n*t at all !tiuro!*
Mr. la.tk*n wa* In Baltimore yester
day. but he is expected In Havar.nab with
in ihe n*x' day or two it 1# probable
that he will then i-ldr* -- 11 formal letter
; th Repub,l> an Ki itlve Commttte*
notifying ir- iatt*i of b# receipt *f th*
letter advising him of th* nomination nnd
iNiveymg either .L >•;*tan. e r dc,'’li
mit ton of the honor
MAN It A A F OAI.I T HHFF RFA *.
I'oatolHce flx II enter a* Must (Hve tip
postmaster Doyle has been informal by
the department at Washington h* un
der the postmaster General’s recent or
der. no renter of a postoffice box can hold
to exceed three keys Asa resu.t of this
ruling those having more than three keys
will have rents refunded when the key#
are returned, nr.d in compliance wirh the
ruling box-holders holding more than
three keys will be requested to return the
excess keys in the near futur*
THE JMOKNING .NEW S: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1900.
MADE A GOOD BEGINNING.
riH*r WRW *#' i-rm.ir . mooi.i
\ HATI**•'.%*TOM* OAK.
low Jhnni .74 Hkllr hlldrrn In
tHn rtif Pl*—• H*tf
llrr* Konnd Inr Krnrl* Onrlnai
Ihr Hrrk. 11*1 Tt>*rr *r- Hill run.
on Ihr WnlfliiH 1,111-**T *
Thnr Will Hr .lvrn Plam Art
Hrpk-Thr Trnrhrr*' >orinnl I
Hfor**nliP* nn.l IH.Iil-* l*n *rr
llnna. In< l. Mrrllnn I *4rrl*kl*li
Ihr Viol) a* *omr qorilln* l-rrtl-
Krnt t* lla W ork.
Yearerdav closed the first week of th#-
%> hools for the new wr-nool year the clos
ing * vef• of the we. k leing the me*tlni:
of th* te her*' normal lass in the after
noon There was a full attendance of
i* * ers. and *• pleasant reunion wws
held after the reparation of the summer
The me*aing *vf the class proved to be
an Important one as *evfml innova’iotis
were |ntrm|<i #d by Bupt Ashmore The
chief feature of the meeting was the di
viskon of the tea'her* into sections The
High ft- hool teachers were placed tn a
section by tnemseiveo. and will study
qurdionn per’slnlr.g to their own work
Aneaig the grammar schocl teachers,
each grad*- war* rotistltuted section. With
the exception **f the first and
grades whl h were omblued In on# ser
tlon. K’h s*- flon will he presided over
by o pnm ipa For the convenience of
the teachers of the afternoon schools,
their normal • kses will be he| t j Tuesday
at 10 o’cloik. while fhe othci
tea. her> will m# et Friday afterrumsi as
At the meeting vesterdav nfternoon. the
High S* f >| no tion discussed the ones
tl li #f I*i - < |p| tie mm the ftesult Of Self
ti ivernment “ The l-’irst and Brcond grade
tea. ben* of the giammar echruil* were
Instructed In methods if teaching prim
ars reading The other grammar schools
discussed meth#sls tvf teaching arithme
tic Various other >ln#s of study* lertain-
Ing to the work of the teachers, will he
?ek*o up during the year. Superintendent
Ashmore believes that this plan will re
sult in gr*-at benefit to the teachers, and
ti.at It will arouse In (item a renewed in
terest In their work
We have l*e#-n over thl ground be
fore." said Siq.* r 'intend- nt A'hmore. “hut
a number of new t#a<-hers have come Into
th*. school* who are not acquainted with
the work and the older t I'-her* need
arousing nnd freshening up on some
Kuf***rintendenr Ashmore ha** not receiv
ed comple'e reports of the number of chll
dr* n In tli* schools at the end of tha
first we. k A.•> there were |,&K) children
in the white schools on the first day. and
a# U-4 cards of ndml-s on were issued •lur
ing the week, li l fair to presume that
ther* are .1.4574 White children in the rliv
school# less on* or two who may have
possibly dr..|.K*l out
Th* waiting list I# mill a large one Of
the 49f. names enrolled U|*on the waiting
ll#t ltd w re provided with place* In their
# *hool dis* rid# nn.l aDxit rhlr v of h* rs
were placed In schools ouishle the dl-tri t.
leaving ab*ut ittn on the waiting list.
“The number of children outside of the
schools is probably larger than this.” said
Superintendent Aehrnore. a- many parents
have doubt|e-s failed 4o enroll the name*
of rhelr * hlldren deterred by ihP announce
ment that there t* no room This Is a
mistake A great many of these
children will t*e pla- ed. perhaps
all of them Probably fifty .ard
or admission will he leaned to
morrow There are already grades in
which there are aw* ancles, but no appli
cant- It might he that the children
whose name# have nor been enters*! would
Ik* lire vary ones to fill these gra*les “
In the effort tn provide place# to.
many applicant* possible a number
have leeti pj*- % ed In * hool# outside o'
their district* The *up*rlntendent will
begin thl- week a work or readjustment,
transferring the children as far as possi
ble to the school* In the district* In wlheh
they reside The question of not e.*parai
Inf -mall • hlldren of the svme family will
have to *** oonsid* red in making this r#
As soon MS all (he reports are Ir>
said Huperlnendent Ashmore. “I shall
tabulate them, thus ascertaining the ex
act condition of ea*’h grade in every
school. Then I .-hull proceed to fill up
every grade to the last scat leeway
was left when the cards were first issued
in order to allow for readjustment, and
it I** likely 1 hat places will* be found to
slip In a good many pupil* ”
■ We have made a very satisfactory be
ginning." su’d Ruperlntendent Ashmore.
and the work of the fitst week wa* all
that could he exie. t**d The teacher#
found th*- work of organisation very easy,
much more #• than usual, in fact There
was little difficult) experienced on this
score Th*' afternoon schools re work
ing nicely end there \* |ei* complaint on
this score than m'ght have bene expected
A number of parent-. In fact, have re
quested that their children be placed In
the afternoon school*, their ohjei being
to have the children remain at home to
help €hem in the morning ’
Ruperlntendent Ashmore considers the
beginning an suspD'ou* one and predicts
a good year's work for the schools.
r AAA MIIIORIIt PIT 4N INK KF.T.
Lent Atones on (iomls T hat He I’all
ri| < Meport to (lie Bailee.
P Mann, the pawnbroker with whom
J*m F'tasier colored, pawned the valua
bles Halt he stele frKn Mr F. A Well,
an account of which ha.- been published
in the Morning N* si. was placed on the
Information docket yesterdiy, charge!
with cursing anl abu-ltg Mr Well, aist
with violatit g the city ordinance that re
quires all g> **ls pawned to 1> ret>orted
at th |sli* e tairra* k-
Previous to the confession of the butler
that he is I stolen the goods from Mr
Well that gentleman went to a number of
pawn slioiv-. Manns among the number,
and u#k*d If such goods a# be had lost
which he de# r.bed. had be**n left with
them Maim state 1 tha’ #ome of the good
whl h Inciub and a pair of curtains and a
valuable taM* cloth. li*l been pledged
with him but had been afterwards r
After the n*gr- confessed he also gave
up a number of piwn ti* kei#. among them
thos** for the articles mention* and. which
had been | awned t Mann s pla* e. and
which he had not r*d'cmel Yesterday
morning Mr IN e 1 went 10 M inn to se
cure his property, and it was then that
the troub.e o**curr***l Mann will ’k- given a
hearing this morning before the Recor
F AIR AA I ATIII.H I'lniVlfaKtl.
tint the Temperature 4 oMtlnue* Hluh
nml There Is •* *tghn of l.et l p.
After the long s|el! of rain Savannah Is
promised fair weather to-day and to-mor
row Thai Is ihe forecast sent to ihe ob
server law? night. The high (emperature
continues however, yesterdays nmlmum
being is*, degr* *s. which with a minimum
of 7* also high, gave a nvan temperature
of H' <l* 4i* *-;■ away shove ihe normal
ft'r. Fntrcv AAtngs. I 'e.
rommenclng to-day at KrouskofTs. the
lades will firi full line of fancy birds
and wings at the exceptionally low price
lO*. others ask IS*' and F>c tor the same
good* Kxoutkoffs wd.
DRAIM TNR A I I-Ft. ATIOAt.
I> •ini Telegraph 4 able 4 n*i|inn>
Ftlea nn Anf*r In Court.
The answer of (Ik Postal Telegraph Ca
ble Company 10 the petition of ihe Havan
nth, Florida and Western Hallway, for
an Injun* • on restraining the former com
pany from * ondemn'ng part of the la
ter's right of way. for the construction o'
h telegraph line, was filed In the Superior
The telegraph * f*mpany had begun con
demnation proceedings for this porpoee.
10 connect the town# of Albany. Valdosta
and Thom Seville with the rest of its sy
trm. when the order of the court. emi*or
ally restraining the proceedings, was
In its answer to this petition the tele
graph •company a(ta k# it *n the ground
that, it #e 1# forth no enffl* tent causa of
a tloti. tM* mlieges any suffi l*-m ground
for th*- gran* >l a writ of Injun- lion I*
s denied that the <Ol idem nation proceed
ing* mil'!, of legal ne*-e-slty. I*e His I
• uteri n the sev*ral r*Minilew In wnlch
ibse portions* of the rui|wa> e compan)'*
right of way sought to le c<>i,*l* mnl are
kK’ted but avers, ofi Ine contrary, that
the Xu|erlor Court of this county, in
which the pr. n< ipal *ffi* e f the railway
• omjnnv is io* a ted. Is the |.rof.*r and cor
rect trloui *! fr*r (hi- purp>K*
Crther object lons to the establtshm* nt of
the Hue sre *le. hired to Ik* unfounded and
some of them absurd As for th con
tention that the •-iahbshnc.nl of m tele
graph line would .• iang* r*Kis. bv o n
son of the fart that the poles might b*
blown a n*s- the tm ks and so produ *•
wre k* whlk* It Is almltle| this le within
the ** i|m of fh* bar* posslbibcles. It i#
al leg* <1 that the po-.-ibllity l#* so remote
and contingent uftnn so many imlikel)
happetdug'. that It is not even an ele
ment of damage, much less a reason for
the I*su4- if n grit of Injunction.
It U absurd, too, says fhe answer. t
contend that ihe telegraph company W*
likely to lnter|Mc*- unreasonable objection*-
to the removal of it# pob #, whenever they
Interfere with the railway company's bus
iness The <lefen>iMnt Is engaged In 1!
operation of a great system of telegraphy
and not In the gratlfl* atiun of Us pas
sions or the siti#fa< t|on of Its caprice,
and it I# foolish to believe that M would
do anything In such contingencies other
hn what is fair ami rigid The legal
presumption, says the answer. Is (hat tins
company will do that very thing
Many of h- .allegations In th*- petition
of the railway company are m • with 1
simple denial The answer is filed, on
i*ehalf of the defendant, by Messt# J It
Mclntosh nn*l <Jarrrd A- Meldrlm.
>|4>||4>\ \\ \s IMs V| | **|. |l.
Apviearnnce to lli-niiir Was n AAuiver
of Imperfect Urnlrr.
Judge F.iiltgint passed two orders yes
terday in the .-ase of 4*har|ea Moyer, re
ceiver of the Htevens-i.'iark Company,
against Frank II Clark and the Ha van
ish Foundry an*l M. hlne Company.
These dismiss certn’n motion** and o\er
rule certain dmurret filed by the de
It will Ik* remembered that this Is th*
case In which the ro> elver was required
by an order of the court to liisttlutc a
*utt igainst Mr. C ark in*l others. f<r
the recovery of certain moneys allege.!
to have been improperly ptltl out Jut
i>efore th- ie lared insolvency of the
The defendants ti in merlon to dis
miss the petition for lack of proper set
vice, but as they had already appeared
and filed a general demurrer to the pe
tition. Judge Fal lgant decide*! that this
action was equivalent to * waiver of
service and dismissed the motion
Demurrers hud also been filed
by the defendants, based on *
large numb, r of alleged legal
insufficiencies in the petition of
the plaint iff The petition was aniend*'*|
and Judge 1 all.cant bed that the amend
ments cured all errors save the failure
of the plaintiff to #e out the order of
Incorporation of the gt*ven<-Oark Com
pany and the O’Mura Foundry and Ma
chine Comptny. *f w hi-h latter company
the fA\anr.nh Foundry aid Machine Com
pan) is In *e*rn the successor To make
this final neeesary amendment the pi.itn
liff is allow• and by the curt until Nov.
44IMICA4T At.AIN AAA AI4IM.D.
11. 11. levy A lira. •* Faralth Flre
iiimv* AA Inter I til forms.
The contract for the firemen's winter
uniforms was awarded vesterd.iv to It
H I>ev y A Bro. The Fir* Committee or
Council, de* Died ifier some dls- ission
not to open the n*w hid but •** take fb*
o. l bid# and • • ept the one next iow* -
to that of Mr Deters, who threw up
hi# onrract. This wis ocre* ahle to the
There was some question a# t> whi h
was Ihe lowest bid Mr H H Lew
Insisted that hts hid bid not been cor
rectly calciil ite.l by th** committee A
recalculation proved this claim 10 be cor
rect. and also showed Mr Levy to hav*
the lowest b.d his bid t*elng Jus* and oents
below that *>f Mr l> < o|*ol*l Adler on tb**
The award to Levy A Hro Includes th*
entire winter equipment for the firemen
with the exception of the blue flannel
shirts, the <ot)tr.i>t for which w * re
ef nil) .1 ward*.l by the Fire Commitie.-
lo U.irfunk* I A Mon# Mr. Peters stat*l
yesterday that It was th* wlth.lrawnl by
the committee of the shirt order which
nus*#l him to tlirow up the firemen *
l on tract He stiil ha# the police con
*l\ MON I tt** 4)N TUB 4. A\4
Joe \A lllli.ms I'nnni) 4.ullty *f 4 Iteaf
inv r •! Awltiilllnu.
Judge Norwood tried a number of rrlmi
ntl cases In the t'lty Court ysicrdiy
morning and several additions to the
chain gang of the cdintv was the result
Among those sent 10 the gn.g was Joe
Williams, charged with the offense of
cheating and swindling William** was
found guilty of selling mule to Marlon
Owens, which he repr**enteJ t> Ik* suin I
anl knew 10 Ik* full Of defects. Judg
Norwood Inflicted a sememe of six
months on tl* gang
The defendant la* this c.#e w is r*vr**-
sented by Mr II Iv Wilson n*l tne trial
was |ni< resting At times ii wa# rather
t.AHDMIIt s It a/. AH 4 L4MED.
Levied on I ntlrr n lllAtrees AAnrrant
From 4 ity 4 onrt.
R. Rmlth. tlealer in Florida curiosities
and notions at 12 Broughton street,
east, where has been conducted what I#
known :# ‘'Gardner's Hussar " was dose*!
yesterday b> virtue of a dtsirc*# war
rant sworn out by th* *#* t** of Kdward
C Anderson. Jr., for rent The rent al
leged to U* due is al*out 1275.
It Is understooil that the estate aL*o
holds a mortgage and that thi - will be
foreclosed to-day The store ard stock
were taken possession of by Sheriff K>l
ward J Whelan of th* City Court.
The 4 r** or the Poiiml
"The Cross or the Pound: Which?" A
• •Ik on the modern civil!**Mon in India
with application to the Hindu and Hindu
ism Pen and ink sketches by Irving
W and Price 50 cents. For sale at Ks
tlli's News Depot, No. 45 Bull street. Sa
, .aunah, D4.-4KL
BRYAN SHOWING STRENGTH.
NKW IONK DCWIfTI AT* ARK*
\MIHKI\(> I*l K K HBA VERA.
Minor kvrra Iteporta a Live Isterrsl
In the t ampalan I" *br Metrop
olis— Democrat# Will Kaslly 4 prey
the 4 tty by a Urge Majority. Hut
Hr !• Afraid the I p state Nepab
liean# Will Hr Too Wurh for Them.
Hsnltera Favor MrKlnley’a Hr
rlerfloa. Want Southern 4 l lection
laa> Improved and Hepsrf 4*e
real I'rtuperliy Over the Whole
4 ou n t ry .
Mayor Myers returned yesterday from
the North after an absence of two weeks
During th*- greater putt of this time he
has been In New York, looking after the
affair# of the t übai;* American Mamifa
• urlng 4'ompany of w hich he is presklent,
Mr Hlgn Myers, the vi e president being
absent on butdnes- of th** romiany In
Kurope. (m his wav South. Mayor Myers
stopped in Richmond, and attended the
annual convention of the American Hunk
Naturally, the readers of the Morning
N* we are more Interested in knowing
Mayor Mvers* view# on th* political sit
uation than almost anything e.se, just at
•The situation has changed somewhat
alm-e my former visit to New York, a lit
tle over a month ago.' said the Mayor
There Is a more active interest on both
sides and a man *1 k*# not have to read
the papers to know that an election Is on
Hryan Is gaining that l In New York
city Tammany I# honestly it work and
the Democrat* will easily carry New V>tk
by a much larger n• Ji tty than they gave
Mr Hryan in l v > Whether thi* majority
w ill be mi flic lent to offset the Hepublb an
majorities tap the state. Is the question
Candidly. I do not think so. People whom
1 met front up the state (aimed that
there was no change in conditions there,
and that the Republican would pile up
their usually heavy majorities above the
“While it 1h true that n great many
Democrats who voted for McKinley in
!►? will vote for Hryam thi- year.” said
the Mayor, "the business men. as a whole
.ire just as soildlv against Hryan ns the\
ever were. They are not #o much for M
Kinlev as they are against a change in
admit *t rat lon at th*- p* * art time The\
fear the effact such* • bange would have
on business and especially on the money
market Th*n too. the people of New
York, t attl- ularlv th* budi -s men. are
fav rab*- Y*> expansion and the Issu** of
Imperialism docs not weigh a# much with
:hn as It might llrvan will carry New
York city. but wha hie majority will be
no o*i* an sav
At the Bankeis convention • Hi 'i
mond. th*r- were many Democrat#. but
the Milk of them were for M Kinlev. Be
ing bunkers and *u**iness torn however,
lbe:r \!* H■ C 4 lid i' ll' hi tgllWt as a
ifo index *f tne pub*i- sentiment in he
-e.*tlo*iS from which thev • ame
Then* were between and W 1 <Ws
gaies In ottemLin-• at th* convHitlon.
nil sections of th** country being w.-Il
repree- nted Mayor Myers a Mended i
.l delegate from the Georgia Bankers'
As so* tution The National Hank of
vann.ih. of which he is president, is also
a member of the national association
• The convention was a very pleasant
and 1 very eatlsfa- tory one.” said the
Mayor No business of special import
une was transacted, unless the unani
mous deman I of the convention for the
repeal of the war tax •an be considered
•1- h W> are tired of paying special
• ixes for th** malntenan e of war
which was de*-Jared ended ong uco. .vn*l
one which hears csp4Ndally on the banking
and bu.-.*>• Interests
•On the usual roll call for inquiry as
to th** condition 01 th** -•?•*- represent*.!,
every report wns to the effect thai su 1
n era of proaperit) hal never beer,
experienced before, an I that all d:sses
of people, the furmet - .ind the working
men as wfll as the business men and the
•ankers, were .Mug well
The claim was made i*efore the conven
tion that oti account of the defective
collertton laws |n the S*rMithern states it
is difficult to mike . lie< :ion* makimr
|r nev.-*.ir\ to charge a higher rate for
money loan*#) In this se ilon. The South
ern member* were urged to bring this
matter to the attention of their law
makers for the purpose of se urlng such
hanges in th** luw> as to nvk* |>st*ible
the prompt collection of hojiest debts It
was urged thut such uti improvement In
the :rms would m.*ke it ea#ler for person**
desiring to secure money for m inufa *-
Turing and business purposes to do so.
Mayor Myers said that he will have i
conference with <*ongr**s#mn Lester at
m early dote in referent e to :-eouring
• U-eper water for the harbor
imn:MMM’ moi id not pay.
Drrlii ration in Af tncbmr nt Filed
Anninl Joo|ih Iron 4 ontpany.
The de< Lrat ion In ntta hment in the
• a.**' of Thomat K Henley against the
Una*' Joseph Iron Company war MM In
tha Superior Court on yesterday, •
which tribunal the at(a< hment origin. ill'
sworn out against th* defendant. before
Magistrate M Naughtin. mad*
The ilei In ration in attachment alleges
that the defendant I# Indebted to the peti
tioner in the total sum of i 97. for > rap
iron tools and other article# sold or lent
the one to the other timing the month of
February of the present year It Is
• barged that the Isaac Joseph Iron <’om*
[any. through Its representatives, has
onelstontly and Invariably failed and de
cllnsd to make payment for the goods *>
purchased tr to return tho*** thut w* re
loanet) it by the plaintiff
The declaration further alleges lad faith
oil the |rt of the defendant. In that the
scrap iron which a> sold It by the plain
tiff w# first weighed and then mixed
with iNh>r Iron during his ab.-en<. the
defendant then declaring that the actuu,
number of tons of Iron hod not been tie.
llvered and the plaintiff, by reason of the
mixing with other Iron. inning unable to
identify hi# properly and cause it to be
reweigh* and Further bint faith Is alleged
•*> reason of the defendant's failure and
refusal to i*il> for th* property delivered
to its agents. For this alleged iad faith
the plaintiff lairns that he 1- entitled to
reasonable attorney*' f#* Incurred In en
tering his t.gnts. which are fixed In the
[Minion at lie.
Tin* attachment, when sworn out be
fore Magistral* Naughtin. wa# levied up
on certain property of the defendant,
which was replevied by it. Mr Abe S
tin* kehiteimer a# surety on the
replevy bond. It i# against the bool thus
given that further proceedings In the case
w 111 be had
The Isaac Jos* ph Iron Company, the de
fendant. I# a wealthy orperotton of Cin
cinnati. whi**h Is repr* sen ted In Savannah
and thl* section of the South by Mr. Jo-
Wo if The .*ii[win> ’# manager Is \*ll
and favorably known In Savannah.
The best that money van buy should
he your aim in choosing medh Ine. and
this Is Hood's Sanu|>arilia It cure*
when others fall —ad.
Pnrinnnir Ire the Itrldes.
Whose presents are selected from Stern
berg & Cos e grand collection of diamonds
diamond ornaments. Jewelry, silverware
and gold and silver novelties Sternberg
A Cos s ctr glassware display charms and
surprises in Its volume and beauty Call
an*! look over our new ilesigns and the
k>w- prices on absolutely reliable goods
Old gold bought for cash or exchanged
for new goods, —ad.
THE WORLD’S FAMOUS
m bo J'r., rlNo.l h. loading doctor, for a.rt,
(..if • oool.it j „ the on), .boolutely |)>tvo. ln*!,„r.Uu,
.tlomUnt and lontr All dru,,t< .nd (torera ot <Unol
II Ml . tattle Write w. oar free medloal booklat
DUrrrs MALT WKIJKZT CO . K*che,t,r. I T.
rut; ML IF* WOT KASII-V.
Ilrfratrd thr Hnl. In llnekrf Hnll at
Ihe V. M. C. . la.l Msht.
The flrat ha-kef hall * tme of (he eeaeon
tt.r f>la\e.| ut fhe Y. M C A last night
between the • R.l” and Ihe "Blue*" and
resulted In n vteuiry for fhe latter by a
wore of is to 19.
The game, ehi. h wa* called nromntlv
at 9 o'clock. *ae fairly well attend#'!
While the majotlty of the |.layere hare
had little practice elnce the eertee of laat
seae n wa* cloeed. they *howed up In very
*oo.l ehape and played a etronit. If not a
particularly aklitful. *itne
The he*t play* were mad# hy Courvola
let- of the ••Blues.” who put up hi* u*ual
,n.d *ame. an.l erored 19 of the point*
wort hy hi* *ld • Rotereau of the "Med,"
made ihe nnt hUtheet score, 10
The line up of the teams wa* as fol
Ulton tit Center Doty. W. II
Klton. W ri*ht forward Rotureau
C urvolsler .. ,L~ft forward Patterson
Isovrll rl*hi ituard Chandler
Hunt left ituard Rlshton
lart Rome I* the first of a series
that will be played hy three team* tlur
liik fhe winter month* Another
|.etw,,n lite Keds” and the "Whites” will
I*, played Friday nitsht. ihe next ladles'
CiEO. lB( KM\N’fl • IKK.
oprn To-night. Improved and Re
fllttrd. With Vrrivan • lrf.
Beckman's cafe nn*l restaurant will
open to-night for the reason. The ktten
cn has lw*en overhauletl, new appliances
f*>r steaming nnd broiltng provided, and
o!n#-r accessories added for convenience
nnd % fn*iilty tn sup|4ying Tree,
v in. the noted chef, will hav#* charge of
the cuisine, tit id will personally prepar#
all orders |n the best and latest styles
The second story has been reov Med and
will >e ready in ti f#w divs for ex iusive
use by famt.ic* ni private tmrties.
My reatuurant his always had the rep
utation of furnishing the iest and latet*'
in the market, which will he fully sus
tained this reason Tresvan makes a
specially of preparing suitabv dish*s for
•f*licnie stomachs, aid even the most
fastidious can be aeaur#d of i-attsfn'tlon
Oval era are received dally bv express
tnm the (lulf *oast The finest meats
will b- secured from Northern nnd West
ern markets. nn#l no pains will lw* spare*!
i*> prepnr#* everything 1n the J>eNt style
< Aim*- atul .a full supply of all #l# lira iej
of tie ****.ison will be kept on hand (>r
<k‘rs for priv ife parties, german** and so
cial affairs w ill Ik* furnished on .short no
tice #n.| at reasonable rates
Those who have patronized me before
will need no further invitation, and tho>-e
who have not done so should not fail to
•to so now Very respectfully. George
Beckman. 112 and 111 Whitaker itreet.—
sale of Hrnil>.(i-U fir Itafa for
l.ndlea anil Misses. nt Special Mlf
I'rinn nl Kronnkoft'a.
The Ito.-1 stitched hats. trimmed.
In *ll olors, II 4s. others ask $2 25
Very rwfll Hilt *hafl felts. polka dot
trimming. Si W and $2 23. others ask 12 V*
and 1.1 50
Bnffllfh felt short bark trlmm
rd wl'h | l ilted satin and frit pompon, the
v rv latet n vlt\. 12 23. others ask |3 Ort
Pearl and tTister frit walk ng hats, fine
quallt.es. 1123. the same qualities as oth
ers ak |2 <0
Bpccial sale for to-day. Kroutkoff's
The Hnmnniili l onirnatorr of
1 now open for the reception of pupils
Thorough Instruction (ivrn on pianoforte,
violin, stmton; and harmony Her Illus
trated * .ttalogue. Prof l*eo \Y. Mehrtens.
Hi nl. t.loser, Heleitftflß* Optlefnn.
Can l>e consulted f his office at Htern
berr A Co.'s, No. 117 West P rough ton
street, from 9 n m. till f* p. m —ad.
"Orayheard Is a family medicine with
us.'* *a and a prominent business man yes
terday “My wife tar.es It. and 1 optics
•n. is enjoy Inf hr* ter health than for
years. The children keep well by (akin*
Grayb-ard may be obtain'd at all drug
•tore# or write to us for It. Reaq*eas Drug
Cos. sole prop#., fl.tirar.nah, Ga. ad.
% l)el:cloa Smske.
The Herbert Spener Is an elegant rlgar
and ts truly a delightful enjoyment to
inhale the fumes of thia fine tobacco; It
ts exhilarating end delicious.
Hc*e mat the wna of Herbert Spencer
la on every wrapper of every cigar, with
out whl'h none are genuine.
The Herbert Bpencer cigar* are only
sold by the box of Concha* at $3 50. and
Perfectoe 14 50 at Dippman Proa , whole
sale druggists, rurnard and Congress
streets, of this city —ad.
••It r urnl Me."
“Oravb*nrd broke up rheumatism on
me." say* Mr Cha*. Thomas, the Jew
eler on Whitaker street. "And put me in
bolter health than 1 have enjoyed in a
Take Oraybeard Pills for that dine
feeling—Dost appetite, and follow it up
with a tiottle of Grayheard. It la all you
need. Re* pees Drug Cos., sole props.,
M alklna lint Hair.
Ppe Ist early foil value* In ladles and
mlase* walking hats, special sale com
mences to-day at Krouskoff'a.
Walking hats, all mors. Krouskoffh
price. 43c, ohern a*k 75c.
Walking hats, dotted bands, ali colors,
others usk $1.2-'*. Krouskoff’s price, 9fcc
Walking hats oil colors and trimmings
73c, others ask $1.25.
Hpecl.il value.-* In French felt walking
bats |I.SO and $2 ‘0 qualities, same #•
other - ak $2 .'*> and $3.00. Krouskoff>
Hi* h CSSS | ll|>|||||>R.
Just received a large and assorted slip
py of school hags and school supplier,
all at cut rates; from lo cents up. aiso.
usual large stork of all the school book*,
now used in Chatham county. t F.siiHp
New Depot, 4.> Pull street. ftav.mnah
Velvet ftihlion Hale to-day at Rrons
No. 1 black velvet rib satin back. $O
- pleess. ISo
No 2 block velvet ribbon satin back lft
>ard ps s*. 3fc.
No h black velvet ribbon satin back. l<b
I > ard pieces, Ri jU*kvrr a.—ad.
Madison Square, West, N. \. t
0. B. LIBBEY. Prop,
EVirwuely o' th• H*m,. f
The lncatrort nt thl* hou I*
elrahle. blng central to all place,
amusement, and to the •hopping and wrlct
Special attertlon firt to tn. culalr.
A number of very iie,yai..e xu, t,
rent for the winter.
8.. I. 8 L Of HOPf Ry WOO 8 8 Rf
St II1.1)1 It
For lale of Hope. MoM>;omery. TVisr...
bolt. Cattle Bark and Waal tud
Haliy except Sunday, Subject t„ c ur,,
without notice. **
Isle or hope."
I. t'ity- tor I of H j L.V Isle of H. ...
*0 am from letup t ? vu ri for li., ,
7to am from Tenth gOO am for T-nth
*® am from Tenth 700 am for Tenth
14 am from Holton sOO am for T-n'h
in ®am from Tenth |lO 00 am tor Tenth
12 Wn n from Tenth 111 Oo am tor Uoitoa
1 14 pm from BoMoti (11 30 am for Tenth
2 to pm from Tenth | 200 pm for Tenth
*SO pm from Tenth , 2to pm for 1t..,, ,
*0 pm from TenUt j *oo pin for Tenth
Ito pm from Tenth tpm for Ter.
*'ptn from Tenth ! .0 pm f,,r Tentit
7 M pm from Tenth | 700 pm for Tenth
* pm from Tenth |soo pm for Tenth
9 30 pm from T-nth j S 00 pm for Tenth
10 Jo pm from Tenth HO 00 pm for Temp
J** Pm for Tenth
Lv city for Mong'ry f,> _ Mom*om7^"
1 .90 am from Ter.th | 7 15 am for Tenth'
2 pm from Tenth !115 pm for Tenth
*-?*. pm om T, ‘ n,h opm for Tenth
CATTLE PARK. '
J. <lt> tor .at t'.irn l.v . atlle - Park '
C SO am from Bolton | 7 00 am for Bolton
7 M am from Bolton i I 00 am for I;.,!. a
1 00 pm from Bolton , 1 So pm for Bolton
*SO pm from Bolton 300 pm for Bolton
7 00 pm from Bolton I 7 SO pm for Bolton
S oo pm from Bolton t S So pm for Bottao
Car leaves Bolton atreet Junction 5 M
a. m and evary thirty mlnutaa tnereaftei
until 11 SO p. m.
Car leave* Thunrterlyolt at * 00 i m snd
every thirty minute* thereafter until
12 00 midnight, for Bolton Mreet Junc
FREIOHT AND PARCEL CAR
Thl* ear carrlea trailer for passenger,
or all trip* and leave* weat .id, Q f rll>
market for Isle of Hope. Thunderbolt
and all Intermediate point* at you a m
1 00 p. m . 5 00 p. m
1-eavea lle of Hop* for Thunderbolt.
City Market and all Intermediate pomti
at tOO a. m 11 oo a m.. 2:40 p rr.
WEST END CAR.
Car leave* wot aide of oity market for
West End :0# a. m. and every to minute,
thereafter during the day until 11 SO t>. in.
Leave* West Fnd at tlO a. m and ev.
ary to minute* thereafter during th* day
until 12 00 o'clock mtdnlrht
H M T.OFT<-n flea Mgr
An Open Letter
•i~ Jasper Springs.
(near) Savannah. Ga,,
Sept. TANARUS, litOO.
Colanihla Drug i nuipany,
An van nata, Ga.i
brntb'men-l Imu lirrn Muflerlng
nitii i hills nnd Fever for nr* than
three months. Ilarr imu tinder
trratnirnt of several dortora. tried
severnl so-ealled (lull Tonies, none
of which heueflted me. \t last I
• red one bottle of your Smith's hill
and Fever Tonic, and within three
days I felt ranch better, Mn <| mftrr
using the second lioltlr I aui glud to
sny I am entirely cured. I write this
so that you may hr able to Inform
others who nmy suffer and aonr*
them of a cure. \ cry truly yours,
(Signed 1 111 aN It 1 TOBTTBK.
nm iiirs s*
113 flrougtou Mreef, Meat.
Seed Oats! Seed Rye!
Texae Ruat Proof Oats. Coat-ral and
Rye. Cotv Feed, Hay, Grain. Bran ar.d
Feed, of ali kind* for dock and poultry.
T. J. DAVIS,
Telephone 223. 118 Bay street, weft.
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