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with It** < 4irr? w: .*!!!■ r hotir?* :n ’h*
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pl'-aut<. uut for " ttl* * roll met *•>
evjua. ground *i .1 d*♦* of
the d*> over a<ip off -*■ 'no The
board of mai,k ■ **i ", *h' d'" ' * !** ’
of final .. !. slid ,* grew tor lln n
p*,,,.- nt ih . v .ii -• "* h' • v pr|r ■
to InMltuts in Nov. ml * r a If immig*-
be it will L I. n• i leil llut 'ld*
origin*: ml ... bm we mirodu • t
Jr; SIUM' i• * r by i • ame Jim
elation. min m i I r.v t.l remit* A I
donatl", towards It.. •■*!' “1 1” * r "'
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a>- in hrk'that 11. .1 *nM may .I**lll
i„. * | iviih **ifi*'to ..■ * ■mm 1 •i.l in *r■
Air end Mr* .1 hin KadrltfTe is y
h*v* ni l out inlo to the msrrltg' of
their Hotil* 10 Mi B.imtn! I-i
Martin* V*n;. .If Tl • ceremony will
hk. i>i • T.i. -i.. f ■ •
tot.*', it inilv 01 lock, In Wcley Monu
Mr> Cuyler 11..rdon ent* T|.ttn*d Ii for*
rtuitiy t lord* Wish., -vmy funlflf In hon
or of Mis- umii ■ hi -> •1 A. .ham' Mi
T. Mayhem 1 .moll* tani. Jr. !r. 11 V. .1 On
fir-! |.rli.. liver hal pin. while Mill Al
die Ratuard • 1 J. il foi 111 f .nuiie
wilt, an nrpi ' il : i-.mi ot m.*rl in ipmi 1
and. mi Thoa' pi.-'it w.r. M'- I.'"•
rames. Mu W. H U mm. Mi- T. May
hew I'ui.nu gham, Jr . Mr* c-*.;* r Myr. .
Mt*v Julia t,in< in and Mi-- A.ldlu Par
Mr*. C. B Malone, Mi-< Kliiabetti Ma
lone alal Cli.nl f * ft* .* 11 '. .Mm • * Jr , have
reiurr. 1 from .V-heville. after a pl'-aaaftl
eumnet at ttm Manor.
Xlre Ju. Vat! Mirl- i left San I'Vani’l*-
co Friday and ahoald rea< h Savannah
Tuee.lai Mir Van Mitnr ha Pen
Meet nil r imnrt.r hi. -I of the time at her
old liont" in 'I 'on and lai' lv t” ■ n
vtaltth* her iin- I* who la elation, and at th*'
Brendi.i 111 ' altlorn .1
Mr- I yen, Mr- Wiliam 11 Morrell nnd
her chll'tien. Mi*. Wflahl Hiinnr. Ma
ter John H .rner a1 M len-r Harold Hun
ter who hat" t—n at 1 -ake Mohonk all
aummer. left that r>a.>rt Tue- lay to "Urt
aonte till.. In New York U fora returning
Mlaa Sueie Harwoemt of Atlanta enter
tained In her apartmenia at thr Maj- tlo
JTrtaay aftemoon In honor of her i*ter.
Mra Art! ur H M <Thome Invlti t
to moot Mr* ilibtiea were Mre Hmrv
Jacltw n. M ha Ir *. Mr. Lou .
i; Matin. Mr* Robert Maton, Mra #OWt
Grant Mr* latube I'o.k Hall, Mre St
Ju.tan lU.*nt'i Mr* Harvey Johm-on.
Ml-* Joan that* Mr*. Kdward Paler*.
Mr* Wilmer V-ore. Mr* John S Coheii
Mr- Frank lfli* *. Mi* Archibald I**l*.
Mi* Jo-.ph Thomiam.il. Mr- 1.. arove.
Mr*. Hu|h M K" Ml** Hattl* ColutilU.
Mr* lletirt Tompkln.- Mr*. Irnn Harris.
Mi-* Hammond. Mi* John Hlaton. Mia*
Mr and Mr- Khmlnjc G. dußlanon have
hone to New York
Mr George Ha-k'll. who I* living now
In Ma on I* et* t"d >n Savannah to
day or to-morrow to -pend a w. *k with
hi- pa Itl in, Mr. and Mi Lewi* M lla*-
The Cl 1 rial Club of At'alMa entertained
la*t wiek with a IP 1 er dance in honor of
Mr aid Mr*. Clark Howe.l S-veial hull
dred gii** 1 * mu' pr. nt the fun. tlon be
ing one I>f the hrllllant event* of the aea
Mr- lleime Gorl-.n end Ma* er Amhro-e
Gordon will return to-day from Sewanee,
Mr and Mr*. Mai o!m Cunningham have
returned from their hr.dal trip and are
at home to thdr friend* at 11 Tenth
Mr* II Wiley J ht.e< n an I Mi- • Kllen
MvAlpin John- n. after a ihllghtful mm
mer at Highland tail* I’d Like Mohonk.
and a muit ta> tn -New York, return**!
Mr and Mr* Hubert !tatier*bv nuck
worth Ml— Hnei Sul Ivan uni Mr Henry
Walthour formed a t*.* party at the the
ater Monday et.uiiix t'> *•* Sherlock
Holme- •• and M - Duckworth enter
tained at *upf>e- after th* |kav
Mr. and Mr* Rauera. Mla Kale Hauers
and Ml-- Freda Ha net* lac r*l limed
from a . IsH 10 Mr atal Mrs. J h loranca
Mini* si Clarksttlb
Among the Judge of the floral |<ara>le
Tliuir.ta> afternoon at the Athena Carni
val were M:* George J Haklwln an.t Mrs
P \V Mel him Mi** ' arrle laiu Meldrlm
ma- maid of honor to the uueen of 11. e
oeeaal n. while Ml - 1 inn;* Meldrlm r*le
tn Mr* H c WhP< - trap which was
beautifully decorated with white and yel
Mr* R. hart M Rutter. Ml-s RHrsheih
Muller. Ml** Anne Butler and Ma*trr
Warren Rutler have r turned from Ai-h.-
vide after -pend ng th. umm. 1 at the
Battershy Patk Hotel
Mr Grmor.d It Strong ha* returned
from a short trip to New Havan
Mr*. Henry Taylor and Mina Taylor,
who have tx.en 111 nit In Germany for tw .
(lT three year a pat. reiurred to Savannah
Tueeday. accompanied by Ml* John I>.
Mra. Mai olm Ma leun returne.l Friday
iro o nf ftom New York, where she p>>nt
Mr. A R M Olbhe* will leave to-night
to Join Mr* Gtbbe* in Atlanta
rrldsy evening Mr. Reuben Ruekwell
wa ho*t at a naphtha launch party In
honor of Ml** taiura ' irne>
The- guest* wer.' Mr* R> Kw*|l Mlae Car
nev. Mlae Barnard. Mr Fraeer la*. Mr
Charles Ho kvreli and Trr Crowther l>
on their return to Thundert*olt they were
met by Mr B:tman. who entertained
with a fl*h supper at Bannon taxlge.
Mr*. Henry D. Stavena and her chil
dren. who have lain spending the aum
mer at Hyanmaport, reach'd lame Fri
Mis* Una Woodbridge Is spending some
weka In New Y'ork.
Mr* Isaac Mini* and Mserer Carol Ml
nte. who have been staying with Mr*
FraderVk Myera at nee their return, w 111
ape(ui lit* winter with Mr*. Abtam Mints
on Jure' and Ahercom atreet.
Mra R. S J vnett ha* returned home af
ter a delightful summer spent a* Hu- a "eat
of bar daughter. Mr* Icon Jourolmon. In
Knoxville Trill WW ■ n Kas; Trnne**i
Mr*. Jorse* had a d* Ightful v i*M at Monl
Mr and Mr* Henry MvAlpir., Mi*. F
V Walker and Ml* Claudia M .Vlpln.
who have been gucets of Mr. and Hi*
1. I* Wilbur, in Bethlrbenh Fi . 1* * irn
"l I rid*> fr.au New York Mr* Walker
ief! ve.,r.ki y for hr home in ft luff I on.
y. ' 1 lift..ld Mntitsrt n ami Mi < .leante
llaiif . 1 sjeet lo go North ts. in.- IMh to
,1. id *. . ial w*<k* In N*w Y*ak
Mr Co| arid Mrr Harr!* Co|>e wll
|. ... Mipert.-n thk e.* lo vlrlt lt.C‘t
tn.>r*- tti.U W .John gton leforo returning
Mr and Mr* fbd* rl W aller who re
tii.'sl m- < - ly from Jit Alrv Mr- If
l.nd and Mt and Mr* IXlward t' Meet
al, 1. r it, - wo i r at . -V) Huniit.gdon
tetrirt, 1 art
Mi- Annie Ma lean relume- 1 >. urday
fiom u visit 10 Mm ill a. a Smith tn Ah
Mr A. Pratt Adam*, who went to
Atm 11* * I*or 1 rime ago to pursue I.l*
..* .1 c • 1 1 1 • . been
.p,*r..d .dltor ..t Th. Red and IP. k
Mr- Robert 1 Alcort ha return
■ I 10 A1 suit*, after a ten day May u.
Mr* cnorlea H Stronc will return thie
vv * from Htghliimt* wliero me has be -n
i. I.* all summer.
Mi S 1* KboH'-r and hit family will
r. e t-ilt winter at Ilk G.ieSon ftreet,
Master Arthur Houaan returned Friday
fi m . furmlght'* stay In N w Y'ork
M. t- Sulne M.’AlfUn, wno hr* ti* en lh*‘
gin ,1 .r Mr arid Mr* Wilbur In Botli
liin etn. e leaving B|*irt 1 stand, will
mu lot Savannah Thuiislay.
Mr* W VV tiwen auel Master Dun
uii u*. 1 ■ I. 1 line*! 10 th'- idly W'rdnr/i
--•tay, aftid an enjoyable aummer In Bluff
tOf J a
IV Wiiium C. Hobdy left
f<* )Mif ftlrh Hohd>. wu M vfchituif h* r
Mr ,in<t Mrn. Kmr Warner.
*' leu Tffin
Col. Mr William Hoi(r#*r. w/io
F’ ivi* l** u 10 *no N'tr*i ail aummer
rriurfH il Itofm* .1 f* w *ia> * *:<
Mf XI if. t M■ All-in Hinl M • M 'Alpln '
t- j 1-At* of Mra Hobart U*i ktnat\ i
-V U|iT iIHR
Mrs Samuel of Now York
firrtNtut >- *iar l-.- oi;-1 will ►jwusl i wwk
with nvultrr, Mrs. H*xirr. So. Zl
J'MMs strrri, rant
M ' C A. I* Ciiimlnifham and her Jltfla
Mbs I*an Cumiinifhom r*turn#*<l Frl*iay
from VVayn#Hvjl|o after a very
stay of w'vural wrrks.
Mr Kola rt AtMkrNNi is spcndliijr fn'*
Mr* N H Flank* and Ma tor E. H *
domati I-Innk' r* st h*<l homo Friday morn.
Mi s Nan duliigi on Uft riumlav for
Mj v It* ll l anil !, who tai t*e*n Him
mtn t Clark* pvillo with Mrs Amirr
son 1 arml'h(*l, Is at home attain.
Mra Huftia K la *t* r and h**r 111110
arrati kiauantrr, M - Karufolph r-
Hvd ii SaviDoah Friday trw>rnlnif-
Mrn Jam* # II Hu* t*r, Mir? Julia Him
trr and Master Hunter alii return
ItOiTi* W* tt(u r a •k iiisnifui sta> |
of #f*v rai k * at Mlllr-rton, N Y.
M s Kinlh S;.<ttrr jrul Miss Khmhrtlj |
rJ. .f*r *>o I. *v• U*n stayinK -*1 Miss I
Shatt.-r homo in Ohio * *|**lr rvturn
from Kuropr, at** rspoclod horn** V\ * Uii ;
Mr E E. C. Hatw'rsham arriv**d Tur**-
*!* v from (\**t***viU*\ I*a for a week's
visit to ids sister. Mr.** VV t Bimklns.
V! rw, J. M Lung end Master M* nci
who r now in < Vinada. nr** ***p t
•'ti ttome a limit tb* mUklle of in** month
Mm T nonran HuM**r r>ai'.***l Thurmfciy
fvir N>w York, where he wtl! sev
Mm. Otis return**! horn** dur
ing the week from I**uott.
Mr U***#!* 1 W. Owwm Thurwd#t\
f*r Now York to join Mr* Owen*, wfto
liuk been suromwr a? Cape
Ood The) will return about the 15th.
Mr l*>uis I>. MiifKiii, who Iws b*‘<n
living in New York for ttie past two
y* r. returned to Savannah Him week,
uial expect* to remain here in ftttura.
Mr aui Mm C. M. Giiberi, Mr H. J.
Gilbert end Min* Mary IMI Gilbert. re
turned Monday after a delightful sum
Mine Carney, who htu b***n th**
lfi*“t of Mls Addle Human). left Ism
i ikht for her bom* in Alabama.
Mr*. Aixirr Carmichael and her
btidren returned during the peat week
from Ciarkeavllle, where they spent the
Mrs Rotert Erwin arrived In tie van
nwh Friday morning end vifl live tnte
winter with Mm. Withers on Gaston
Mr U M (’omer has just returned from
Sowsiroe ftpring* aft*T a delightful vis
it of hi* WH*K^
Mies Nin.i r**abdv !* th#* #u*s of her
alatar. Mra. J J Mobley.
Mr N* ile H Sun kins left lost Wed
r* for Athena, to enter the t’nlver
aity of Grorgii
Mra. John Anna G Roger who is #um
inr nr# at Tort ill# ton. • onti will jro to
New York * n the Uth of Oct her to spend
about a fortnight returning home the
Utter part of the mnth.
Mr- J • Merrit.ew ha* returned home
from a visit o h r sister, Mra 1.-wac
Wine hip in Miron
Mss* Catherine il Mr.fittire. who ha*
b n hi i.ake George inn the middle of
July, returnel yesterday
Miaa Marv I,an-ng fthotter and Master
tfpeii-er 8h tter returmd home during
the past w* k
Mr and Mrs. J J Mobley Mr. Thomas
fVahndy, Mr K J R- beri <m. and Mi
•it r#e H Ford, will reside thir winter at
iu J*nw. street, i>t.
Mr* H 11. Iftadley arrived tn ft* van
ah recently, and will sp**m| the wintr
t* Mrs Heyward ' on Forsyth l*erk
Mr t'oalter H. <\*rmlchael returned re
* ertlv from a visit to Fredericksburg
M* Mary H hrnoni win has b>rn
visiting Mm F*m* H He at 'he Kimball
In Atlanta, h*> #on to Macon, where she
is the *uet of Mis- Ida Man#um
Mis* Abbie Orma returned Monday af
ter <i pbesur.t summer in Asheville.
Mr and Mrs Aaron Kerst and their
family returned Monday from New York
Mrs Moore and Master M* rtv*r Moor**,
who hav* been spending the -umwr r.
ChariottesvHie. returned Frda>
Miss |Nif is tl guest of Mrs Arthur
Findlay m Mi- ec
Mrs J. It Floyd, who has been visiting
her parents, l*r and Mrs 11. ft. Nrebel in
Fatonton, is it home again.
Mrs A Ehrli h. Mr?* W. J EhrlFh. nnd
Mies Marie Ehrlih arrived home Mon*)ay
from New York
Mr. and Mrs Frank l*. Picketing left
Monday to visit relative** In Memphis
|>r. it. F. Dunn returned Friday from
Mrs. W. II Powell, after having i> n
THE XIOKNIMi NEWS: SEN DAY, OCTOBER 7. 1900.
J 4 Broughton Street, West.
Somethinq Interestingly New
11 1 ■.
We are Displaying Recent Large Importations of the
Richest, Choicest und Finest.
tor Fall oi 1900.
Pebble Granite Suitings
New English Suitings
Nil-Wool Plaid-back Goli Cloth.
IN m BWK DRESS GW DEPIRTMERI.
1 Mi HAVING SHI INTtRcSIING SPECIALS
Black Dress Stulls,
Black All-Wool Arm tire,
Black Camel’s Hair /chcllne,
Black Pebble Cheviots.
Important Upholstery News.
What house would not be
cozier with the addition of a
few dainty curtains.
And here you will find a
well selected stock of
Ruffled Bobfcinet, Point d’
Esprit and Muslin Curtains.
Hand Made Arabian Cur
French Renaissance Cur
Irish Point Curtains.
Full Line of Curtain
Swisses and Curtain Laces
by the yard.
Our kid Gloves are here, they need no introduc
tion to the Ladies of Savannah.
thr r>,t thf. month* In A.hnvlUn V <"* •
rnurm-1 horn, during ihn w-k. *<• m
"Xl by h.r -hr M . Huh,.
Ilasrl. .ttvrl M.uhr H- il“'rl l ownil
Ml-- Knr.ih Pal-h.imnr ha* mturn.l af
In, 1, dnllghlful * imni<t at TalluHh Falla
and 11. nd*r nvlll*.
Mr, Waring and Mi - M A Waring.
„ h iv. Iwn *umm. ring In hn Pnn,
*v!vai.. mountain*, arrtv. l him.' Uv
Hrv W A N!*i'*l r.turn-d horn- !**
night from pl*'"i -ummrr m th.
mountain. f Vm-th Urnigla Mr- N.*h.t
will r.maln In Oark,villa until UtT In thn
Mr Jos.ph M Boionton* .nl.rtaln.d at
ntn* u of Mr
and Mr* Latah A Bolomrm*.
Mt-. Ft 1 a I'uhrn who ha. J**nt th* r>**
four v .ir- tra'.iing In Kurof.-, 1. <x
tn fttv.inruih this month tu vl.tt i
h.r rt.trr Mr Frank Kulman. with j
whom *h. wilt n*n.l tn* wlnirr.
Mr ant Ml. L Y Hat V Ml*. Luny
Pan 1 and Mr Yul" Han't lav* r— |
mrn.d to th* oily .if" r Mndlt g 'h • im
n**r .it th.lt c ountry |>! mo ' White Bluff
Ml Mary Klin* will Lava n**t Mon- i
day for Now York lo at *nd Mimi Her- .
Mr, Arthur M Y.rr who has h**n th.
y,,.-i of H* r f iront- Mt and Mr. J I-r
left 1 f"W day* ago fr t" t hum* In |
Mr Chari*. G. R‘M ML* Anna Ball,
and Ml** Kat* Roll have r'turiu-1 from
a aiay of .ov.tal ~-k. In Now Y *>rk
Mr and Mr- Thom*. H MoMII an and
th.tr family hav* r*turn*d from Bara
Mr* Horao. A Ctar. and M<*tr Av.r
--111 i nn*, who hay h**n .p*nll' th* hot
month. In tho m-.untasn* of North Cam*
I!,!., aro it horn* 'iraln
Mi 11. Nob!* Jo, wont to Ath.n* In
th- ' itly part of tho w-ok to att.nd th*
Mi*w <Y>rn*lla L* ha* r*turn*d from
Ml*- Anglo Cttbbfd#* will Lav* Thtrra
day to a'tond Ih* .tat. fair In Atlanta
Mi aid Mr* M' It** and Ml*. Host Mo
lt*. 01 Norfolk mada a *hoit visit to Ba
v jnn ,ii 'liming th* l"* k
Mi and Mia J it <*h**nutt ami Mia.
< "on.-tan. •• ClMnutt who hav* b**n North |
for otn work, width tltey .pent at
Something new in Doorj
Panels, Portieres, and
Denims, Art Satines and
and Pillow Tops.
Cords, Tassels, Fringes,
and everything needed to
make your home cozy and
Requisites lor Cozy Corn
ers and Dens.
I*-ike> ffwrgf* Sr,it<nri*. anl In Sow York.
r* tunnel horn* a ?hort nm<f ago.
ihv Mr ani Mn.
E A Kulion lo tfif* nurruig*- of the*lr
tiimghtei Maori*, lo >|f Ar rite ||,
w hich will take place in John’s Church
XV.rincsfi.iy owning O* t 17. ,#t % o c lock
Mr untl Mrs lane will he at home after
Oct 24 at 2-’ Park av iiue, east.
Mr a<wl M; Grantham 1 Ta*f*irt left
veatei • f<>t H iwatgrifc Bprlnga to rperkl
so met im* at that reaort
Mr. art I Mrs ts !> (eret have mov#*l
from Jotir- io Habers’am etreeta
Mrs John I Jrlan returned home last
nlfthl after a rmat and llghtful tay in Ken
Mr A J Srl*k**r sailed a low day* a*o
for N* w York Mr Snedekcr elll make
a st\ of Iri gth at the North vlalt-
Uift r;ntlvs tn Conn* ticut. N w Jersey
and N>e York
Mr T J Davis and hie family have
reo\*<t |n*> their new home No, Kk Hunt-
Mr J A 1* e* after upending the paet
tt* weeke with his brother'a family in
AsheviL* , has returned home.
Mlae Nellie Rrbfrt entertained a f*w
fnetHis very delightfully Friday even
ing at her home Wj.dburg atreet, %••!.
Among tho* prssfiii eer* Mi* Edna
1 ier \. Miss Laura Co* Mlae Eth**l Col
lins. Miss Ethel Broughton, Ml** Katie
!>u|oi, Mb Daisy Derby. Miss Jennie
W. ;i.w XIUs I.vdia Dupon. Miss Josh 1 Roi>-
11s, Mr Frank Keho* Mr. Jim OaHagher,
Mr Freddie Nl hols. Mr Eugene Puder.
Mr Willie Collins, Mr George Parr of
Athens Mr Tom Kennedy. Mr. Matt
Papy and other#.
Mis# Virginia Halligan. after a plea#-
nni summer s|eni at Cape Cod, haa re
sumed her tCHiim at the Ariidsmy of the
ba fd Heart. Manhattanvii.e, N Y
Mrs A it Girardeau. Mies finely*
Girardeau, m J Maater Claud Girardeau.
summer at Haywood White Huiphur
iPfiiigs and Ashievlllo.
The wedding of M< Joseph F O’Brien
ami M>i Agnee Fw*g*nW will take
place Thursday afternoon at Pt INI*
ri-k’s t* in h. Mr. and Mrs O’Brien
tsdll aaE Thursday evening f>r New York.
Mrs J A. XV in burn arrival Ft iday night
from th West.
Mr and Mra. J W. FYetwell and their
family have choaed thetr aummer home t
19 Broughton Street. West.
By Request We Continue
OUR MILLINERY OPENING
MONDAY, OCT. 8.
Our decorations will also remain until Monday night. If you have not visited
us last week, do so Monday, and see the handsomest decorated store in the city.
Surprised all who visited it. The ver
dict was Gutman’s has the handsomest
Suits and Wraps in the city.
Suits at S7O. SSO, $35,
down to $lO.
Come and see them. No trouble to
show our goods.
Don’t Slight Our Flannel Waists
for you certainly will regret it.
considered the healthiest cover
made, in beautiful Silkaline cover
ings, at 56.49.
11-4 all wool California Blankets, worth
$7.00, at $4.98.
A few left of those $5 Down Comforts
Solid Color French Flannels, in every
shade imaginable, at 60c.
Imitation French Flannels, double-fold,
neat patterns, 12' >C.
I*D* of Hoi>e ami ar** In town for the
Mrs Walter Bwaretngi an-i Muster Ir
win *4t.*<oti, WIKI have iwen visiting in
\Vg*hmg!Oii. U. C., hJ'e returned to Sa
■ '•in J Thoma* We* h* reiurr •!
from a pleaiarit trip to New Y'ork and
Hie Fa*v Mr* West and th* Children
hav* also returned from n ."owner pLa--
antiy spent at Thoma*vlile.
Mr, H. K Roneford left Thuradny for
H,aiion Mr, Ran-ford will sj-etal a It*’
weeks In the moun;tln* of Vermont.
Mr* J. II Marshall experts to leave
at. alt the middle of O'tofesr to visit
frh>nds in 111 hmo-l
Miss Mattie Whi'ewi.Ls ha* retume.l
from Apttl irhW-ola, where *h has been
Mrs M H Remshart ard Miss Flon
Haney have return'd fr< m Lookout Moun
Mrs L W Dupont and Miss Louise
Dupont have returned from North Caro
Mr* George Whitesides of Apalachicola
Is the guest of her sister. Mrs F. T Tor
Ml'* Peril Abraham* will Lave Thurs
day io Melt her friend. Miss Brlckner In
Miss Raymond* Virg:nl 1 Cutter Is the
guest of Mtse Mildred Holland at the
Hockley in Liberty. N. T
Mrs Frank H Arden and ton have re
turn'd from * delightful summer spent
tn Asheville and o:l*r North Carolina rt
Mjß- Minnie H.inly #*ntertainl Tiiwdiv
evening whl#t pariv The lady #
n r ||# a>> wn by Mis# Maggie Hinljr, •r.i
ti** gentiefntn*# by Mr Sullivan
Others pr* nt were Mrs S firmer. Mra
Barry. Mr and Mr# J N McDonough,
ir Mis# Annie Corbett, Mis Irene Honlv,
>[; wm Ward. Mr YVm R.rry Mr R
McDowell, Mt Jos Hanly.
Mis* Je*L gtrlcklarwl returned home
durmti th* *ek after spending the sum
mer most delightfully In Amertctts. Hud
son and Montgomery. Ala
Mi* J T Shuptrlne. Ml** Rhuptrlne
arid Mis* Janie Bhuptrlne returned to thetr
horn*-, on Rollon *tt**t. yesterday after
a three-weeks' stay In Atlanta and Dal
Mr* Joseph Fried left Friday for New
Little Ml** Kathleen Collins was host
ess at a party >**ierday evening tn honor
of her se-ond Wrihday Among the email
people present were Mint* Katie Hnr
r!, Mary Harris. MIIIL Harris, Ruth
Moffatt IJ**le Moffett. Kathie.-n Moffatt,
Filth Htrrls. Hubv Hnlpln. Marguerite
C Collin*. IJxxle Hardee. Jennt* M''-
Wutlll in Aggie condray. and Masters Wil
lie Ha pin. Willte Moffatt. Kddle M< -
Mull Han. Joe Hsrdee Willte McCall.
Jam** I’olltn* end Kdwln pelot
Mr* Jam** J O'Connor snd children *r
rlw-d home Thursday after a pleasant
visit of two month* tn Fat, River, Mass,
and Provident*. R 1 . among friend* and
Miss Bulloch Is having a pleasant tints
with friend* In West Virginia and will
probably not return home until January.
Mr Theodore Lawton Morgan ha* re
turned to the Southern Colleg- of Dental
Surgery, whsr* he will resume hi* studies.
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-It fared Me."
“Oraybeard broke up rheumatism on
ma" says Mr. Cha# Thomas, th# Jsw.
•ier on Whitaker street. "And put ms In
beMsr health than 1 hav* enjoyed In a
Take Oraybeard Pills for that dtggy
fse-tlng—Lo*i appetite, and follow U up
with a bottle of Gray beard. It la all you
need. He.past Drug Cos. sol* prop*.
Savannah, Qa.— ad.
This stock, admired by all, shown
forth in all its glory, and judging by the
quantities sold we are satisfied we have
the right goods and the right price*.
56-inch Camel’s Hair Cheviots, brown,
blue. gretO and Qllord, worth 75c, at 49c.
Real Oxford Cheviots. 58 inches wide,
real value $1.25; our price 85c a yard.
All wool Cheviots and Homespuns,
plain and spotted effects, very pretty
and desirable, value 75c, at 49 c.
Handsome Black Broche Poplins, m
full dress and skirt lengths, worth $4 a
yard, at $2.98.
54-inch Imported English Venetian,
beautiful satin finish, real value $2.25,
here only 51.49.
Handsome new Silks in waist lengths,
to match the fall dress goods, at 98c
51.25 and $1.50 a yard. ’
24-inch Black Satin Luxor, extra
heavy, was considered cheap at $1.89
when silks were at their lowest, on Mon
Dress Trimmings of every description,
including the new Gilt Braids, in all
FYI'HRIHM'B AT TIEN TSIN.
Mvlntoel, shot Hovers From the Top
of a litxh Tower.
From th* New Y’ork World
For Hxteen day# nnd night* Charles
Mclntosh of Ureenpotnt, lay under the
1 sun and the star* on the top of a tower
outside Tien Tstn tiring hts rifle at the
Rogers every t me one shows) his head.
In that time he kliltd ninety-six China
men Th- strain upyn hi* nervous sys
tem wa* so gi eat that now when he
sleeps he dreams of the little white puffs
of tmnkr that dotted the plain whenever
he showed Ids head on the battlements.
Alt. M Intost, went to China with Dr.
R E Dlfenderfer, of Philadelphia, to
start anew woollen mill at Tien Tstn to
make Idankets for the army and navy of
China. When the trouble began the Amer
icans and Rntlsh seised thw mill a* a
fort From tha ifiVfoot tower the whole
country round could l>e plainly seen and
Mclntosh volunteered to be the guard on
top of the tower
He said to Work) reporter yesterday:
"When the homhardment began they
came for th* mill In a large party. When
they got Into range I opened with my
little Lee-Metford. I Knew- Jut what th#
dl-tance was, and almost every *hot told
"From outside the town they brought
up a small gun and trained It on the tow
er. The hrlck and stone battlements he
gar. to fly ahout my ear* At last there
w ,s only a ridge of ato -e six Inches high
betwe, n me and the ruffians, but a* they
had to shoot up they did not hit m"
l ying off In the bushes an I the grata
they p->ppd at me whenever I stirred
hut I eouid almost hav held the tower
against a regiment. Every n.ght when the
un went down I could see all over the
plain the bodies of met, I had killed nr
wounded About ninety-six were raid to
have met thetr death there
"How hot It got up there <■*> the tower'
How the *un best down' They brought
me food now and then Water wa* very
T £ BEE HIVE,
JBjk N. SCHUTZ,
St. Julian and Whitaker Streets.
Notions and Dressmakers'
lc for Ratting Cotton
1<- for Button Hole Twist
Jr. for Dressmaker* dew
4c for Flo ffllk. Wash
le for Two Okeln* Darn
*c for Knitting Cotton
S for F. arherstltch
lie for plecg Covered
lc for S Hat Pin#
lc for 2 pack* Hair Pins I
Sc for doxen Aluminum
ir for doxen Pearl Dress
lc for dogen Pearl S' Irt
•c for Ladles' Garter*
lc for dogen Whalebones
scarce, but how good it tasted* Ming ur
er the Mai * at night, listening to the
whist!*, of shot and shell over by the Ei*
ropoan quarter*. I imsi to think of vu
lttle wife in Fcniland anj wonder if sh#
kn w the terrible danger we were tn
■ I never e*pectel to t away. I cs •
< Ulated how long ft wnwild be before I
•h Uld ii**4r the y* iiow devil* ruh rar
thio igh tiie mill below They would fire
the factory and lot me burn to death I
determined that the last shot in my guo
should be k#*rt for mvself Flnsllv thv
turned their large guns on the mill and
th*' shells set it afire Romehow, I can
hardly tell how. we escaped to the dry
Ilelng a skilled machinist Mclntosh vol
unteered to drive the engine of the train
that carried abut seventeen hundred
American and Orman troop* and ammu
nition in m endeavor to relieve Pekta
Several times • ompariles of Chtnesc were
discovered on the track ahead trying to
wreck the train. Once Mclntosh flrol §‘t
shots into a crowd and nine of them
fell, the wheels of the locomotive crunch
In# over th* ir bodies.
Another time the train ran at **orss<
speed through several hundred ChfntM
that were tearing desperately at ths rail#
When one of tnem was afterward crkrl
why he did not run he said that th* gods
had promised that no harm should
to them They expected to see the cnglr*
stop before it reached them
Finding that the track had been torn up
th** European* abandoned the train nd
pushed bagk to Tien Tsln. forty-eight
miles Mclr.t sb was wour.ded In the leg
a n’tght scratch -on ths way There wer*
four days of continue*.* fighting and the
m**n crawled Into the city nearly over
Mr Melnto>h who has lived in Green
t> sm for eleven years la going bs*k to
Ghina as soon as peace is assured He
mm that the Tien Ts;n woollen mill will
>•t be an assured fat
The life FHIx Oebriol Merchant ths
prim** minister of the of Qus-
who d;HI the other *kay. was colonel
of a C a radian regfmentr which
against the Fenian raider* in IFTo
7 for Velvet Skirt Bind
*Sc for Brush Braid.
2c to r Redfrrn Drew*
1 for Turkwy Red Em
i broidery Cotton
f> for Black Linen Finish
1 for Card Hooka and
2 for Card "Hump"
Hooks and Eyes
7 for Military Hooks and
10c for French Hair Rob,
4c for doxen Shell Hair
*c for pnlr Sid* Comb*.
4' for Pompadour Comb.
17 for Rax or Steel
2bn tor German Steal
ic for Whit. Ur.M Bob
Ic for White Cot"
Ic for FeatherMltnS Brail
Sc for Crochet amt Knit
In for Linen Flo**
lc for paper Whitt' Ftna
Jc for paper QtM-*Y*
te for limen Safety
Ic for bo* Black Pin*
Ic for Draw BhwM*
In for Maoblne Oil.
to for dotes Shoe K*
In for K‘d Hair Curl'**
In for lw* Talcum
In for Vaaeiln*.
47e tor Manicure Vm