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T he merchants will help.
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„„„ Maa 1 * Approval
■I r . I p Is Rraitlly Kilrudril.
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L,erall* 1 u |nml,t '* Isase# • *<-
|r ,.,._l hr More I'eoplr, the Better
\’, r „,,*nsah-Work tiee ItMdllr
. 'fori tc make their Street Fatr
, ,l ihr tdggest and moat auc
4-,lr of Its kind rvrr hrld In Sa
,,n effort which bda /air lt*lf
)* ' , W( the Elks are aeeklng to
e aid of the mcrchanta of Bavan
* t way possible ,h * merchants are
". t ,mpt response to thla appeal for
mallxlng that they oonserv,
i inter' sts and advance thoee of
lien they Join a movement de
. promising to bring thouaanda
, to Savannah.
i e of this aontiment on the part
£ , . merchants le found In special
r .bllshed In the Morning News to
ng a meeting of the Ketatl Mer
t6l i Association at the De Boto Wed
te evening at **o o'clock. In order
meeting mu> be representative
y of the merchants of she city.
, regard to thetr membership In the
jlon, ibs Executive Committee of
‘ . c t Fair and Carnival baa tasued
, . dress to the merchatus. Inviting
,rrn eil to be present. Thla action la
with the approval of President R.
H ixvy of the association, who la hlm
se.t la hearty sympathy with the raovs
.'.4 The address Is as follows:
... the Merchants of tiavatinah: Tou
‘ 4J. unties* seen the announcemesft of
,% .lat.d Carnival and Birewt Fair, to
y h.-el m thla city. Nov. S to IT. under
(y „ . |.I es of the Benevolent and Pro
i . inter of Elks The various at
(r4 e features wilt exceed anything
IV, roi lerrvpscd In this city. Any profit*
res-,, ns will bo devoted entirely to char
itst.i- purpose*. T lie |ir merit price of
104 nas |do red the former ami the
.ntry merchant 1n a better financial
norm <tv than ever before within the
ls i Dirty years. The reduces! rates and
attractions offered to visitors should bring
i;re i rowd* to the city. If proper steps
if tnketi to Induce them to come Tne
b-ser Hie number, the greater the bene-
S* to you.
In order that no irton* Is left unturned
to ihtlntse our friend* In n Igsrer.t terrl
t*n you tire earnestly requested to at
l.| meeting of the merchants at the
fw Rom Hotel, on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
at BSO p. m.. to discuss the best
r.iii:- and mr'rusts to produce the de
l*rl results. If you ore Interested In
jwir own success and that of your city,
t* i"-sent." The address ta signed by
the member* of the Executive Commu
ne sod In addition to being addressed di
re ily lo e*< h of the merchants Inter-
I* publtsbeo in the Morning New*.
There Is no doubt about the fact that
tie nmmlttees In charge of the rarloua
ie irimenia of the carnival are (oing
•heat their work with good will and the
ir-\ mi; accomplishing results In dlreo
i.s end from source* that heretofore
have proven barren ground, when at
.•ni|*r to till them were made by the pro
moters of various enterprises of the like
an ter. One thing that la helping ta
the ii demanding that everything readied
, for harlty anti that no member of the
a**, anon profits tn any wav by the en
terprise. There are no buildings to erect
tor ihi use of the member* of the bulge
aid .-very cent of the prolit* will be be
Mowed upon those, so numerous In all
Itlee Who need the kindly offices of the
t lill, MIHYHK KBAMJNATI4JA#.
Siircreafol Candidate Who Passed In
The annual examination by tha tlnlted
Si.uj civil Service Commission for the
1...n0na of clerk* and carriers In tha
i effli eln this city will be held In the
H >mce building Nov. 2L No application
si': |. accepted for this examination un
tiled In complete form with the hoard
. > e Postofllce t*fore the hour of ctoa
.tig business on Oct. 23
Ti n examination Is open to all cltlxena
il the United Btates who may deslra to
tn <t the service, and who comply with
l rfouirement*. All such persons are
SrvPed tn ap|>ly. and appltcanta will be
tt.iiilned. graded, and certified with en
t Impartiality, and wliolly without re
tat.j to Bity consideration save their abll
1' , shown by the gratis they attain In
tt exam nation, but from those certified
t." department usually select* for so
ft nient etigih es who are resident* of
Hit llstrlct In which the vacancies exist.
For tuil instructions and Information itl
i to the duties end saalorles of the
a rti t positions, and the location of
!.'• > lamination room, application can be
i Mr Harry G. K.iwla. secretary
' * board of examiners, at the Post
ed 1 .. e i
retery Bawl* ha* received from
'’■•l rii't.-n the results of the ejvedal ex
*■ ' tilon for clerks, which was held her*
the fifteen applicants for the position
°f • *rk, nine passed, as follows: lu!s
uer, t'larerulon Bang*. William J
-1 • ~ William Mela, Coolldge, F.dwln
I U. Cab*. William B. Adame. Charles B.
IF ct, Joseph J. .'.00.1 win and Carl K.
There were also live applicants
Ft the position of carrier, but none of
Na returns have been received yet from
'*• .tiers submitted from the seml-an
t tal examination which wa* held Oct. t
At M a* examination Iher* were fourteen
fdid*teg. many of them residents of
a tnd Bouth Carolina, as well as
" > , Kiv* of the candidates, on# a
h : were examined for places a* lype
* 're. three as messengers, two for
t* l " men. two skilled laborer*, on* prlnt
t st and taw. weigher.
MIW 4 ITV I’HVBICIAJI.
r ‘ • 1., Osh.xrne Appointed to Sne
ered Hr. M. 11. Lexl.
It F 1,. Osborne was appxlnied yea
l,,|:lv by Mayor Myers lo fill Ihe place
by physician temporarily made vacant
" r-eigiiauon of Ur. M. H. The
**"• r lefi the city recently lo take it
"f nvllclnc at the North without
' g any'permanent arrangement a* to
- riargt of his duties here, hut seem
' >'t i ave decided later to send In hi*
’m at ton | t will be necessury to order
' • •i.-m by Council to (111 the varan, y
1 r 1 ’'lairne la a brother Of Stdldtor tSeu
■ borne, and a sou of Mr. J II H
. retary of the hoard of tax as
lie grailuated in medlcme at one
( Ihsltlmor* college* and located in
“ tm th sonie month* since.
<‘U.HAC* MKTt IIXHU HOUR.
Ar, ‘ 1 rßf|Qp N || nß 11,,, Link* find
llna Tlifir llnnl In.
r ,. cc4nct urn b**tnnt?ir to
' to city th* club link# ar# b*-
■* n an *n air of Ilf# onr#
* 1 nlui h*v put In gomi
much (o thn pl#aur of th#
T o* int#r<Nit tn th# gam# app#rt
•r.ng m% #v#r and all tb* Indlco
t mt o • Muon of groi por|.
OVER OKI THOI v% \ D PHO\K.
(irorgla T. A T. € •. Ilmna n (*tn of
lift IVr Out Mac# tlr.
Th* tlfoifU TVlephono und T#l#graph
Compfiny ha Ju*t iPued a n tvr lift of
*uhcrih*ni nbich phowp that tht n\tnl)#r
has lift p*r t #nt. nine* the rtrt
look nP iP*ued lust Ml) It Ip • record
of which th**y ompany is jupiiy proud.
op can be seen by a reference to Its ad
vertisement on the tenth p*tge of to-dny's
The Increape in the number of new sub
scribers. fnid Manager I’oik last ntght, l
equally divided betneen the busli.eea and
reeldrnl portion* of the city, though the
resident auctions have been rather ahenu
Plnce the <omi'liton of the pouthern ex
leneionp along Aler< orn and Barnard
81fi** the company commencer bupi
nepp 4t has bren forc*-d to make urn ad
dition to |tv pwitchhofird. and the oullcnrk
Is that .mother and even larger addition
will have tn !♦ made within fhe near fu
ture Ix-pite the number of 'phono that
have already been put tn the company hae
ptlll contracts for 150 or more tnatru*
menu and the order* that come in daily
keep the Mat up to thip mark, though be
tween eight and ten ‘phone* are put tn
Some of the underground cables have al
ready been completely need up and oth
er will have to be provided to a** ommo
date tha new 'phone* Thi* oddtttonal
cable had be*n ordered and will be drawn
in aa oon at It arrives.
The company W abo bulkling a line be
tween Havann.ih ami M )drlm in order *o
eet h direct connection with Bt.tfptioro
and the other towns along the
and Stateyilioro road. This connection ie
now being ma<lw via the line of the **ea
board Air Idne. but hap grown too latge
o be handl'd In conne Mon with tie
; other bualnepp of that line, hen a the
new conneotlon. Thla work will be fln-
Iphod, |t in thought, on Tuesday, and will
be put In use Immediately.
NADU MOTHK'H (iRNMIAU
I'ormrr Mother anperlor ef at.
Kranrlf Head of thr Order.
Bister Antonia, the former local su
per tores* at tho 8t Francis colored or
phanage In .Savannah, hn* been elected
mother general of the entire order through*
out the world, with headquarters at Rome.
Tha oflUchtl name of tho ord*r la the Sta
ter* of the Third Order of Bt. Franda,
the work to which the membership Is de
voted being teo<#ting and the care of or
Bister Antonia came here About three
year* ago when the Savannah orphanage
wit* established and took charge of the
work, remaining about e year and a half
Her time t!ng entirely drvoied to her
work, she did not become generally known
here even In Tat hollo circles. Bhe area
an Englishwoman and obowed no repug
nance to mingling with the nwgro popu
lation with whom shf wa* thrown by her
work. Rl*hop Kelley, however, aprake of
her ae a kidv of refinement and poosees-
Inif high intellectual attainments
From fUvannah Bister Anronla was
fnanaferred to the house of the order at
Cairo, Egypt. Bhe afterwards went to
Rome, where he atttended a oeeaton of
the general chapter of the order ami w.a
leted elected mother general The n*w
mother general will visit this country
shortly for the purpose of looking after
the work of the order and .will very prob
ably visit Bavannah The order has not
teen long etahll*ned In the I'nlted States
end at present has only a comparatively
small number of houses.
iNJt'Nt Tio* was hki - i tr.n.
Jn.tge leshrsek Tried and Devtded
g Fane for Jndge Fnl I Ignn t.
Judge fteabrook, of Ihe Atlantic Cir
cuit, henrit n caan for Judge Falllgant tn
the Superior Court yssttwday, while the
latter was engaged In another hearing
It wag upon tha appllcatkin of J. O.
Hrown for an Injunction restraining tha
Kilts-Young Company from further pro
ceding to forclost# a mortgage on cer
tain of tha plaintiff* land In Bulloch
The mortgage wn* for 8.1,50(1. which ihe
plaintiff a- the Injunction rase contended
whs nor ,hie Judge fteabrook tUsagreed,
however, wtth this contention, and it ft ex
nearing evidence and argument*, refused
the temporary Injunction and dissolved
the restraining or.ter prevloxailv granted
The pxntfftlß was represented by Mr. II
B Strange and the defendhnt by Mr. 8.
*OT I I’ TO tm iKK ATIOJU,
Knight** Phorraaey Company *oea
Oat Deelaratlftn In tttarhmrst.
Knight'* Pharmacy Company filed a da
elsnatlon In attachment against Retnha
Bros. & Salmon In the Superior 4>>urt yes
terday. It Is based upon a claim for dam
age* for 1600 for breach of contract, the
attachment having been sworn out and
levied by service of summons of garnish
ment upon the Cltlxena Bank some time
The defendants In the case are manu
facturers of hardwood furnishings and fix
ture*. In tha city of Baltimore, and ha 1 a
contract with the plaintiff to fit out the
drug store at the corner ,rf Drayton and
Oglethorpe avenue. The damages are
claimed for Ihe alleged f.itiur>- of the de
fendant* to carry out thetr contract, It
being contended that the fixtures actually
placed In position fell far short of those
conttacted for and that they are not In
accordance with Ihe specUlcatlona.
ATTACKED 11ITH A KYIt'E.
Charles Daniel*. Colored, Arrested
for Attempt to kardrr.
Charles Daniels, colored, wa* arretded
about 1 o'clock this morning by Patrol
man Joiner of the Ocean Steamship Com
pany's force, at the request of Kate
Thomas, also colored, who charge* him
let* hud attacked the woman with a knife
and given her a number of alight cuts be
fore she could escape. None of the
wounds I* serious.
nnTKt TIVE GAHHim PHOMOTBD.
Sneered* Jo*. Mogolre as Snperin
tendont of Scavenger Department.
Detective John J. Garrlty mas yester
day appoints! superintendent of the scav
enger detiaitment to auoceed James Mo
gufre Mr. GarilG- Immediately tendered
Ids ie!giiatlon to ftuperltilrodent ftcreven
to take effect at once He will osaumv
Ins nrw duties to-day.
Rons BoDfwent of its
i-rSI 'OTHERS mW
' (that marv!lou l.otment) U relieving aad \\ \ V*
' klas.ng all the atraintd tendons and mu.vles^*^
at the diatandsd organs. h * r ® I* n ‘ tb ',. lh , U.iem.-. -V- I6xh*<l
1 abta —Wdu-tbu
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THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1900.
THEY MEET IN NOVEMBER.
IOMKITKH OF til OlttiM DIVISION
1. D. C. # (UU KNM IIF.ItF BOV. T
Hate llae Been Flnnlly fleclded !>eti,
After orreepoadenea aad
With the Intentfoa of Meeting the
rnv rn lesce of All Concerned.
( barter 4 liaptrr, of Savannah, Be
ginning Active Work for thr bar
er of theC onventloa—4 nmmltteee
Natnnl to book After Details and
Arrange Plane of 15atrrtatameat.
ottfrdrrate Orgnnlptiona to As
It h.i finally been derided, after Umg
discussion, that the annual contention of
the <*orgta Division, I'nlted Daughters
of the Confederacy, be held In Buvanngh*
Nov. 7, fi and 9 The pla<*e was selected
at the last convention, and the eaact
time wap the only question not deckled.
The .-electton of the date of tha conven
tion wun designed to subserve a double
purpose, tha convenience of the members
of tha confederation from other |iarta of
tha state and that of the Cbnrter Chapter
of Bav.tnnah. whore members ere to be
hophase* during the convention. The de
cision was brought about by correspond
ence between Mrs. Halle Alexander
Rounsavlile. president of the Georgia Di
vision. and Mrs. Margaret Branch Seaton,
president of the Charter Chapter.
lauM year's convention of the division
was hr Id at Athens, and 8 ivannah s.u
chosen as the plat e of tn*etlng ibis year,
Mrs Hextoti extending a graceful Invita
tion on behalf of her chap cr and the
city, that met with acceptance, equal y
graceful, from the convention. The opirlt
and the manner in which the Invitation
was a< reptrd assured the delegatee frx>m
Savannah that their fellow in*-mbers an
ticipated more than ordinary pleasure and
en)oymem from their visit here and the
determination was then made that this an
ticl|xttion nitouirl find l>ountifiii fuMlmont.
This determination the members of the
chapter, under tha direction of Mrs Sex
ton and of Mrs little Wirt Dupont, eec
ictary of the chapter, arc preprlng io
carry out. The plane of holding th** *e#.
siom* of the convention has not yet be-An
chosen and the selection of the hall will
probably be delayed until the local com
rn tit cr* have teen placed In possesion of
some reasonably accurate estimate of tha
number of delegates and others who will
In th meantime, however, a number of
• ■ommlltees have been sppniniert anA will
boirtn active work at one*. Th.ee are
Executive Committee—Mrs. Merraret
I Branch Mrxion. '.Mr- Marie F., Br.ineh.
Mr* leltlfl \<lrt Dupont. Mr* Bueanna
C. Bryati n<l Mts Bally i. ft-reven, the
j officer* of the chapter, will* Ihe chair
-1 man of the several auh-oommltleea.
Hojne Commute*—Mis* Abble Orme,
'chairman; Mm W P. (Miirtn, Mi* I*
uioodworth. Miss Georgia Freeman. Mir.
C'athenn* Mclntxre, Mia* Ktxllock. *311..
Mini*, Mies Braiiley. Mis* Axson, Mr*.
Davie. Mis* Hattt* Baueay.
Transportation f'cmmlitee —Mra. C.
Abrahams, chairman; Mis# G Dillon. Mrw.
J *i BoKxmons. Mlaa iel Thomas. Mra
('roeland, Mrs. L. H. Raines, Mies E.
Entertainment Committee— Mrs, Marx*-
ret Branch Bexton, chairman. Mr*. A. B
Hull. Mr* H A Fran., Mr*. H. C. Cun
nlnaham. Mr*. Barron Carter. Mrw. J
Wilder. Mrs. Thonme Wayne, Mrs C. C.
Bchley, Miss Barrow. Mrs. W. B.
Blephcns, Mrs. H. M Branch. Mrs. W. R.
leakrn Mr. J H. Estlll, Mr# Krl
Myers. Mrs. Hsjmanl r>.mere end Miss
rommitle. of t'sh.rw -Mlse Rebecca Du
pont, chairman; Ml** Marl. Drse.e, Ml**
Phoebe Elliott. Mis* Meta Thomas, MU*
Una lluxt. Mis* K. V McLswi, Mis* K.
H Me Law*. Mirs Latham, Ml** Vaughn,
Miss L. Dupont, Ml.s Aiidu- Barnard. Mlsa
Anna Harmon. Miss H Ctwrlton. Ml** K.
Milller. Miss Annie Bell. Mis* Mor
gan. Mis* Nonn Bau**y. Mis* J Ander
son. Mis* Nichols, Miss Rena Falllgant,
Miss Lillian Fleetwood. Mlsa Lula Itnvla,
Mias Georgia Freeman and Mt*s Husl.
R.iilk* Committee—Mrs M Wolff chair
man; Mrs. W. D Krcnson, Miss Hradley,
Miss Martarct Bell. Mts* Cslna, Ml**
FID- ChapraU, Mi' Mary Hell,
Mlsa L. Harmon, Mias Axaon, Mis*
t’lnrk. Mlsa R L. Pur*#, Mias Vaugh.
140 oration Commit!*# Mrs. C W An*
tin, chairman; Mrs. K. F. Lovell* Mrs. T
It Chisholm. Mr*. F. Demcre. Mr* H. I).
Wood. Mrs M A Drecsc. Mra H. C.
Harden. Mbs Viola Kennedy. Mr*. P Hul
llvnn. Mr*. M*rmet*teln. Mra C. H.
Rrmshart. Mra. Ihin. y, Mra. Pir.iion. Mra
H. C. Hall end Mr*. A tt Nlchol*
Musi.- Committee Mrs Wlckenburg,
Mis little Dupont, Mr* Raphael K-t’a*
The function, of the committee* may he
un.lcratood from their titles. t>l prtm- lm
pot ranee among them Is the work of the
Home (Mmtnltteo. whlrh wl I look after
the entertainment of delegatee ami other
g tiesis during their aiy In tiavannah.
Delegate* ami gueata will be receive! In
to ihe honuw of the mnnleri of the
chapter ttttd It will be within Ihe attrclal
province of thla committee to aee that all
are lookexi after In thla manner. The En
tertainment Committee will look after the
programme for the convention and ar
ruirg. th<- various gatherings which arc
designed to glv. pleasure to tha guest* of
the chapter end h* city.
It is the special wih of the president
of the chapter, expressed In a leau-r to
ihe secretary. Mi Dupont, that every
member be In Ihe city while the conven
tion la In prngre**. and tend loyal assist
ance in miking Ite vnriou* feature* su. -
ci-saful from every *tandj4olnt There Ie
every Indication lhat this will be the
The Confederate Veteran* - Asaoclstlcn
ha* already extend*! to Ihe Daughter*
an offer of any assistance its meml>ers
con render .hiring the convention, and It
tn prohwble th.it Ihe other allied Fonfed
, hit* orgwnlxatlon* in the dty will take
similar action ae soon a* they hold meet
A t oat Thief Landed.
Ed Muck, a notorious negro thief, wa*
arrested yesterday by Detrcllve J. J.
Murphy on the charge of the theft las*
Saturday of a coat belonging to the Janitor
of the Court House. When the negro
saw the officer coming for him he made
a dash for It, hut wa* dun down by Mur
phy before he had gone a great distance.
King - # Daughter# tn Meet.
The regular monthly m.etlng of the
King * Delight' rs Fnlon will he held to
morrow afternoon at t;3O o'clock at the
Sunday Bchool room of the Independent
Piestyterl n Church. A full attendance
I of the member* H dcalr-d.
Ready Hade Clothes
That fit all forms.
“What a great change in the make of Ready-made
This remark was made yesterday by a man who
had just been fitted in one of our new Fall Suits.
“Why," said he, “this is the first time 1 ever put
on a Ready-made Suit that did not have to be altered,
and I have tried to be fitted in many stores.”
The build of this man was entirely out of propor
tion, and ordinarily could not be fitted in Ready
You will not be surprised at us fitting him so well
when we tell you that our stock is made in the fol
Regulars, naturals, longs, leans, shorts, slims,
stouts, fats, extra long, extra stouts, long fats, short
fats, extra shorts and corpulents.
The styles of our Suits, Overcoats and Trousers
are made in the following ways.
COAT. —Broad, square shoulder, in short, medium and
ordinary length skirts to suit any and all purchasers;
loose-fitting backs, tight-fitting backs, military backs
and bell-shaped skirts, raglan shoulder, the newest fad;
3-butt*n or 4-button S. B. sack; 3-button D. B. sacks.
Single stitched, double-stitched and hand-slotted edges;
lap Reams, cord seams and plain seams.
VEST -Wwltoo no collar, D. B vrrt 4-btifton lap#! D. B voot. 6-button no
collar A D ml; 6-button, collar. P B vest.
Tftorßßßß -lUfTrront ahjipo*. wldomodium, narrow
OVBRTOATH.-6 U Box Ovorroats, 8 B B#ml-Boa Ovsreoitl, 8. B Oovart
Overcoats. ftniEiana, Darby and Rain Overcoats.
Tim irreat Box cWorcoat, tha naweet in Overcoats hs* a 46-ltw.h ah let, loos#
fitting, broad, square shoulders. with Havllork porkM* The Beml-Rar.sn 1s
worn by tha best drersera An exm|>nt garment to wear over a *lre suit
Overroats ran** in length from 36 to 46 Inches.
To make Ready-made Clothes of this sort root extra time and money hut
the result pays
Notwithstanding this, our prices arano higher than you would pay for tha
ordinary kind. •
Suits or Overcoats from $7.50 to $25.
One ~)nsi ttv Plain
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3 p; |ftAg
— SAVANNAH— *0
Mr Dan Peiwrd of Atlanta I* registered
at th De Boto.
Mr J B Allen of Atlanta t* registered
at tha De Soto. •
Mr. N. J. Gillespie arrived oei tha City
of Augusta last night from New York.
Mr J H Eniellman arrived from New
York last nlghi on the City of Augusta.
Mr. F. C. Bowyer of Tampa waa
among tha arrivals at the De Sotu yaelar
Mrs. Julius Stark and children ware
pa.'engert on the Ftt'y of Augusta las!
Mr. YV, B. Orear was a passenger on th
City of Augusta from New York last
Col G. B. Whatley has bean confined
•o his bom* the past week wtlh malarial
Mra Fnber and Mr* D Heeht arrived
from Ni'ir Y'ork lasi nlghi on the City of
O. D. Jordan left yesterday for Au
gueta. to enter the Augusta tfnlverWty
Mra I. M. hTank arid Mls V Frank
arrived from New’ York last ntght on the
City of Augusta.
Mr. D. R. Thomas was a passenger on
the City of Augusta, which saMwl from
New York last night,
Mr YV. J Ktl|>p and Mta* E Frlpp
were passenger* on the < Uy of Augusta
from New York last night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Puder and Master
Puder were pa-eengers on tha City of
Augusts from New York lust night.
Bishop Kelley will conduct the servlet*
at Bt Benrsilct'a Church at 10 JO o'clock
thla morning This will he the Riahop's
first episcopal visit to the colored Cath
Mr Joseph E. Harty. whose very seri
ous Illness Is causing much concern lo
hla friend*, wok reported laat nigh, by
hi* physicians to hive ahoevn some Im
provement, but hla condition I# *UII pre
Mr. Arthur W (tolomon of the E *
W. Laundry Company, hae returned from
a six week*' mm of Inspection of ih~
principal laun.trle* of the most important
town* of Ihe Eastern. Northern and
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Slappey. Mr an I
Mra. W. C. Perkins, and Ml** Josle Ylav
Perkin* of Hagan. Mrs T YV llarrlwl k
of Ban<ler*vllle. nd Mr. YY' It. YVallacir
of Cordele. made up a pleasant parly *1
Kb Id * Minstrel* Tuesday night.
lir. Hetman W Hesse 1 In the city,
having stayed over a few day# en route
fion, Philadelphia lo Atlanta, where he
goes to-morrow to be examined by the
Sint. Medical Board lie will then go lo
Hcranton, Pn . whete he h accepted the
poettlon of resident physician In the
Most* Taylor Hospital.*
* CITY III! FV I I IL*.
A meeting of Circle No. 7. King's
Daughter*, win be held Tuesday afternoon
at IP o'clock at the residence of Mrs
Robert Gibbs. Abercorn and Second
slreita. Matters of special interest lo the
circle will be considered.
A lady of well-known charitable dispo
sition Investigated the i mvittlon and sur
roundings of Mrs. Ann e Burn* of No. 232
Twelfth Street, east, yesterday, and found
the woman worthy and In nel of ihe ne
cessities of Ilf*. Any on# desirous of ant
ing Ihe unfortunate woman can obtain In
formation of her from No. 11 Tenth street,
Home. Oa , Oct. 8 —Joseph J. Hamlin,
who Ie the postmaster M Rome. an.l
sno was nonrinal.sl for Congress by Ihe
Republican |rt>. ha* written a letter
whl •> will be published todhorrow, de
clining Ihe nomtinvfton, lie eaya circum
stances he caoiKtt control, compel him to
RHOUKI.VY THR H ItfMffi.
Took the Game ITorn Philadelphia
on a Score of H to U.
Philadelphia, Oct. -Brooklyn defeated
Philadelphia by better Raiding. Both pitch
er* were effective, but McGlnfilty wae the
steadier at critical stages Attendance 8,-
503. Score: fI.M.E.
Brooklyn 0381888 ft 8-A 17 i>
Philadelphia .0 ft ft I 0 ft X 0 2—B 18 3
Batteries Mi-Glnnlty and Farrell, Fra
ser ard McFarland
Pittsburg, ;l| at. Leal,. 4.
IT't-hurg. Oct 8-Pittsburg'* flcld day
yesleiday evidently unfitted the player*
for hasebsll. Fourteen mm were tried,
hut they could not save the day. Attend
ance *,2no Bor#: RH K.
Pittsburg 0 1 ft 0 2 0 0 0 ft—3 ft 7
S' lul* ft t 2 ft 0 t ft 0 \-8 8 1
Batteries—Leever and Zimmer; Powell
fulled on Account of Hutu.
Fhli-xgn. Oct * The nnclnnutl-Fhtcugo
game was called In the lasi half of the
second Inning on account of rain Each
team scored one run In the first Inning
Halierle*. Fmdnnail, Newton am! K
ho*. Fhlcago, Menefee and lionahuc. Um
New York. 4| Boston I.
New York. Oct. ft.— In a pitchers' but
tle Iha New Yorks beat the Boetm*
ariln Hits afternoon. Attendance l.¥n
c. .rre R |( L
Hmton 6 0 0 0 0 6 6 ] i 5 *
Now York ~.0 20061 1 *-4 44
flatt*r!**-4Nlchols and BulHvan, M*rr*r
WILL gPi:K FOB F.tIONT.
Her Representative In the Fomina
<4ra lories If onlrst.
Emory College. Oxford,, Oa . Oct 8 -
The contest for the mesial offered lo the
members of the Georgia BtHe Oral'-rntl
V • ’ r II ■ ft',|
will occur In Atlanta at the Granvel on
the morning of Nov 2 and Kmory will he
well repreeented on that o-casion by Mr
telmuiid Funning (Yasntit of Atlanta who
I* one of the best speaker* and moal pol
ished witter# that Emory ha* ever pro
duced. l-xet year Mr YY r oodwaid made a
splendid Impression amt waa awarded sc
caul place, but In the rontef to take place
next month Emory la ronftdeni ot win
ning the meda! and u-lth good reason.
Besides telng a ffuetil ami graceful speak
er, Mr. R.isnett Is a clear and Inf ctl
thinker atMl po#sc*4xs tn an eminent de
gree Ihe happv faculty of expressing hi#
thought* In a fotrlhle and convincing m in
ner He has devoted quit* a large amount
of time to Ihe preiwratlnn of hi* siwech,
Ihe tlile of which I* "The March of 18-1-
nice." ami has succitslrd In producing an
oratYrn which lo an unusual extent ctm
blos-s eound logic ft tal true literary metU
1.V14M LL FOR HAVIIK.
He Will tsnoaarr Hl* faadldury In
Brunswick. (Is., Oct. 8— N Emanuel,
president of the Good Government Club,
ex-repreaentatlv* from Glynn, and a big
lumber exporter, will announce hla can
<ildaey for Mayor to-morrow, Thla action
I* caused by requests from ths- Good Gov
ernment Flub supporter*, which under
I’maiden I Ernanu*-!. bar tas-ome the domi
nant power In local and county iotitic*.
The candidacy will mct aao with the
•trotigest su|4port from Brunswick * b>jel
ii, s* and eo, laJ rkmtm. and there wt:i
probably t>e no opposition from any quar
ter the maescs of the i-ils have
iihoundant conlldatwe tn Mr Emanuel's
ability to administer Hninewt k e execu
tive affairs, and they Dove uniimitad faith
ta lila lniegrlly as a cluaen.
AND IN NO OTHER STORK. HERE OR NEW
YORK ARK THERE MORE STYLES OF BEAUTI
FUL UTILE SI ITS FOR ROYS OF :t TO 12. THE
BODY PART IS A VERY DEC IDED KLOESE, WITH
SAILOR COLLAR AND EAC H SORT IS TRIMMED
IN SOME DAINTY FASHION. MOTHERS CAN AP
PR EC I ATE Til E ( A R EFULN ESS OK IT A LL.
THEN THERE ARE REGULATION SAILOR
SKITS, WITH LANYARD AND WHISTLE AND
EVEN TIIECiUADE STRIPE ON ARM. MIDSHIP
MAN EASY—OCR PET.
DOL'BLE--BREASTED SUITS ARE AS CAREFUL
LY LOOKED AFTER, ALSO FINE LINE OF
Boys' Fancy Vests,
SINGLE OR DOUBLE BREASTED, SIZES 8
YEARS AND UP.
Men's Derfeys $3.
H ALE OK OCR DERBY BUSINESS IS IN THESE
$3.00 HATS-THE OTHER HALE IS $1.50, S2OO,
$2.50, $3.50 AND SI.OO.
THATOI (HIT TO MAKE OCR $3.00 DERBYS
THE BEST MONEY'S WORTH WE HAVE.
IT I h>Ks
M< >R E•IT MAK ES THEM THE BEST $3.00 DER
BYS ANYBODY HAS.
ASK TO SEE THE HAWES $3.00 HAT, ALPINES
GVnRONft WILL BE THERF.
4 ardlual lies fonisenfeit to Deiltewte
the Uacrext Heart t'burrb.
Augusta, Ga . Oct ft—Cardinal Gthbonm
has consented to dedtt-ata the new Barred
Heart Catholic Church tn this city on Iter.
8 Thla Is one of tha handsomest
churches In the state and wa* drawn from
seine plan* as the Catholic Church
that was ileettoyrd In the Galveston
Thirty-four divorce case# have been fll-
Oleil for the October term of court.
All of Augusta's cotton mills will be at
work again next week The King mill
he# already resumed, the Augusta fac
tory will start on Tuesday and the Blbley
on Wedneeday morning.
Augusta's cotton receipt* for the new
year, beginning Bcpl 1, reaches **.79
bale* This I* ll.Wft bales more than al
thla dale last year, and 4 <l*> more than
4tie record, Augusta's receipt* In 1387-M
were S7*.fift7 bale*, but the cotton men are
predicting over pin /rtl thla year. They
think It I* a abort crop, but believe the
price# paid In Augusta will bring cotton
CHAINED I P A TR AIN.
Sheriff He lit II I sill the Road Patil
Folumhlo. B F,. Oct ft—Three r ears ago
R. R. Milam of Clinton was awarded I42>>
damage* against the Bouthern Hallway
for Injurte* to a car load of horse* The
railway would not pay, and today the
sheriff of Newberry seised a train aa ft
Slopped al the station. He chained the
engine to the track and held It there for
four hour*. The money waa paid.
niesey oat—gone. jj^B
X AND WHO MAKES THE MONEY? > H
: THEN YOU SHOULD H
Hi I Ire 1441 Ihe wood stove anil ? Kj, rejjfeffi
i GAS RANGE, lift
j) The cheapest cooker to the f
vj world Heals for gt a tnoalh
fj GAS LIGHT COMPANY,
l<| 7 ard ♦ < Yingrsss street, wwt I. Y
WANT Mi RAII4IO4DH4TRA
(oath I mrnllnlnni Will Ralrr • Vl*-
arnua f*rnt **t.
Columbia. H C . Oct A body of South
Carolinian* *lll Invade Ueorgta negt weak,
ftepreaenlatlv* Imalafai man of tho atata
and th* adjutant general are going to ren
te*! In th* I’aaaenger Ae-o. tattoo again**
the ratatng of rata* lo tho elate fair, which
begin* horn the laa( Tueaday of October.
l.aaf year about l.aon people vlallM tha
fair and lh* liarveat by the road* waa
rich The rat**. n*v*r very low, have b**ra
rataed and th* manarmrnl of tho fair,
th* city of Columbia, lh* military, tha
Otilrlealon *x|io*ltlon ntnMitl and
r|tla*n* |t*n*rally or* klcklna hl*h Th*
autrraa of lh* propoaed military f*atur*a
I* endangered, whll* "Charleeton Day."
to advert!** th* eapotdtlon and to which
C'harleaton propo**d needing 1,800 people,
Th* lommltt** will attempt to ahow tha
railroad people where a ipuaan that laya
golden ***► may be ktllled.
>la|r K. I . He I me* Dead.
Alba t# (la., Oct Me), r. O. Helm*•
died *1 th* home of hi* daughter, Mr*
T M Smith, In thl* city, at t o'clock to
night. afler a month'* illneaa He eat S3
year* of age, a gallant Confederal* eol
dler, and a preeminent M*on. H# had
been a r*ld*nt of I toughen y county for
more than fifty year*, and hl death waa
greatly deplored Mr. M 1* Helm** ad
Mheldnan la a brother of th* .leoaaaaA
Made a W orld’a Record.
Cleveland. 0.. Oct. At tha Olenvtlla
Hack thl# afternoon, Crete nua mad* a
new world * record for treating at a! dona,
by going a mile in 2 04. which tewta hla
own prevloua record by three-quarter* nt
a terind Creareua eorernd tho mil*
without a rtlt>. ht* ttm by quart are be
in*. 01114. 1 <*• >•**. J ®-