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fur Monday and Toesdav
,l.l Houth Carolina: Fair Mon
j 7oe-,la>. 1 lrt>(. variable wind*.
** -..jrWo: Generally fair Morv
• rain In extreme aoulhertt por
(air. light, variable winds.
, Florida: Fair Monday and
l,i. -day; tight to freah northerly
i tJ y’a Weather at Savannah:
v v , iUI i. mperalure 3pm .80 degreaa
, irmperaiure J a m... M degree
( i-mieralure I® degrees
N m,. •i-mp#rtura decrees
* .1 temperature .... .... 2degr<es
, ad excess at nee Oct.
. £4 dogre a
. jied excea# since Jan.
.. i M 1 3.78 Inches
, rlnce Jan. 1 7.01 In* hea
!, |x>T(—The hlghl of the Sevan
ai Augusta, at Ha. m. i7sth me
" . . yesterday, waa 7.4 feel, a risa
i~i daring the preceding twmty-
L.'h. .re- •
,Uona taken at the same mo
, ,f time at all stations. Ocu It. 1900.
n mi i iiliun lime;
” s of Stations. | T | V ;Rain
. < i.mily | M | 8 | 04
' rk city, raining .j S3 | It , .02
p, , i tita. cloudy > ( 6 | -06
, son city, cloudy .i 6t | 6 | .00
N , clear I6x L | .00
I, clear I TANARUS 1 It | .00
o t vson, clear | k I 6 | .00
, . i. Me. clear | t* | L j .*)
K clear I*B | L 00
ton. clear | [ L | .00
, tear I 68 I 8 | .00
\i,, i- a. clear I *1 I L j .00
‘gisonnah. clear | 68 | L. | .00
.i . nvllle. clear | 72 j I, j .00
> i-r. dear I 80 6 I T
w \., t. |>t. cloudy ....| 78 | 8 |].3B
,- rt ni clear I 7t | 6 j .00
\i ,i, c.ear I** | l 00
>i i *sinery. clear | 70 i l, oo
V K ts.rg. clear | 6* Calm .00
V a (Irlnms. clear j 70 I I, | .0#
veston. clear ...| 7t , H .00
, mus Chrtetl. clear ....j 78 | 13 ' .00
Pa ‘line, clear I *4 | I, j (•
M-mphls. clear j 72 i L |
m.all. clear 66 Cnlm 00
)• M.t.Mrg. clear j 62 j I. | .01
! itfa'o |>t. cloudy J 88 | I, | T
;.*i ■ ■,t. clear | 6* I L | .00
ig.i clear | 6J I. *K>
Marquette, clear I 60 | la .00
I'aul, clear j 66 | 8 .00
Divenport. clear I 66 Calm' .00
a- Louis, clear 73 j L j .00
K 111] . |enr TO | 6 i .00
>; iiioma. i*t. cloudy .....| 66 J 6 T
• illy, clear j 86 | L | .00
. I latte, pt. cl'dy. ! 73 . L> i .00
w. n Boyer.
THE KXGLIXM or BJGUUD.
itmrrlnin Visitor's Hard Wrnllf
\\ Itli <><ld Words and Phrase*.
From The Boston Transcript
II Isn't alone the accent, nor yet the
In .-linn, which make* the English of the
l . h puzzling to American ears. It Is
l wry definite and Inflexible way of say
l-. iliings. They sp> ak by a rode. When
n it "a dull *lay. Isn't It?" When
tv th- rmometcr mount* into the eighties
lose." The weather l* “thick" when
mist creeps over the landscape, or
so long as It does not actually rain.
, London landlady, one scorching July
I 1 observed that the morning was
Could you have seen the stare of
* -bred itm tzement wish winch she re
; i irreproachably, “It ts dose." you
I not wonder that I registered a vow
to m my own methods no more
. i the expressions are not only un-
Am< -I aniy uniform—they are pretty unl
ficrily un-Amerlr.m Ordinarily, that is
■ ‘I the trouble there Is about It. The phrase
lrnlUglhle enough, but strange For
w ir. n you are told that the yel
moh of public-school bo>w who pack
■' trains on the tlrst of August are going
1. re for the "hauildays." you gel a m*e
i>- iry shock We have the holidays so
•I- associated with frost ami Chrtst
. mg l hat It I* hard to realise that the
* I* I may l*e properly appliwl to the dog
Again, when the landlady at an Inn.
a answer to your request for rooms,
[' ps out her ready-made phrase, “We’re
• up' ' there Is no ehance for misunder
ding Ho with “Are assurance.” "men
t . boy." "keeper-ling." (guard rtng.l
•■et led" (folding bed.) etc., all very
al. no doubt, but likely, nevertheless.
hi tire t you meet them, to give your
brain a turn.
N> and then, however, you encounter
> xprrsston by no means simple of com
l> • vision When on the dtssy top of mv
London bus an Inoffensive-looking
F> hwomnn turned to me ami said stlff-
Pnank you!" I did not understand
he- Twice she repeated with stem cm-
P "Thank you!” and half rose from
■a* Then I saw- that she wanted to
I me. The remark was a request ths
■i ’lme. a command the second. Bui
h pray, was an American to know that"’
E- 'n (he simple words "up ' and “down"
I' l too much for me when I foun.l
th-m marking the platforms of a suburban
(' ti Bring hound for the north I *-
"l the side placarded “I'p trains.’
I' r ■ ntly a |>orler came to me and de
i>‘ I abruptly, “Where for?" “York."
I A shade of melancholy rrnwi'd hi-*
I* You'll 'ave to croas the line by the
Miss, this I* the hup side " J pro
'••I I is going duo north, and would
' means take a down train. “Well
> In going from I/ondon. he'ant you.
retorted the porter, as If fhat ret
■•l i* And. Indeed. It did North, south.
' nr w-rat. It's “up" to Eondon and
■o' io everything elae In the Island
is another occasion 1 came near being
I !•> death by a pursuing hansom.
1 •-•••. f -month. I stood still when the
r veiled "HI, hi!" To me "hi" meant.
I nil. there, I want to spesik to you."
* ol.lete anil Mesm Honndnhont.
■< <h*-*e mystifying phrases I noted
ary. and unraveled them new* l>v
’ w-rn "steam mundaliout," "a
1 Rivaling.” "annual sermon." "cu
" I "chocolate san twlch." The
I ote. It was layer cake Tim
investigated and found It lo he a
m The annual sermon I found
did not moan onlv one sermon
' fall I bought, and U proved te
Lastly. 1 refused to have ary
io with n et-rani roundabout when
• it to be a rampant merry-go
, ‘ " 'he whole, | had little serious
' ‘ 1-1 underF-iendlng what was said to
' sc.led only a little ingenuity and
v h i<etlons to get at the meanings
~ n •' utn- to making the English un
r,t b'e however. M was a very dlf
' urn tier I found them anything but
interpreting unfamiliar phrases
after repeat'd failures lo per
m" ' *' ’ conductor to "let me out"
rossing that I learred to say
, r , •own." which workfd like a
e-Wed a hooking clerk for stop
n.,. 1 ’ Hr( * he stared In amaxr
-1 night "break the Journey" If I
what did I mean by stopover"’
- ri trip" only served to elevate
For Infants and Children.
r - Kind You Hare Always Bought
m The trade mark design %
m shown above and below iden- %
m tifies the “In-er-scal Patent %
m Package,*' used exclusively by %
m the National Biscuit Company. %
m This package is the only method of
/ preserving all the goodness of the best %
m baking and excluding all dust, moist- %
m ore, odors, and germs. No matter how %
m far away you may be, the delicate crispness,
m flavor and freshness is brought to you as if %
C the baking was just drawn from the oven. ■
% These are the bakings you can now m
\ buy in the “In-cr-scal Patent Package:” #
\ Soda Biscuit, Milk Biscuit, Butter #
\ Crackers, Saltines, Banquet Wafers, #
% Sultana Fruit, Graham Biscuit, #
% Sea Foam, Oatmeal Biscuit, m
% Ginger Snaps, Handmade #
\ Pretzelettcs, Vanilla Wafers. #
Always examine the ends of the m
% paekagr before you pay tor it —see m
that this seal is on each end. m
% NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY g
""PROPOS A LKOKVK?"-
sels Nantucket and Cheyenne—Re tied pro
posal* will lie reeelvol at the Navy De
partment until noon on the 14th day of
November. ]>. at which lime nnd place
they will be opened, for the purchase of
the l' 8 vessels Nantucket and Cheyenne.
They will be sold for cash lo the person
or persons or to the eor|tortit:on or corpo
rations offering tae hlgh<-i pr.c.- there,
for. A separate proposal for each vessel
bid upon must b.- submilted In scaled en
velope. addressed lo the Secretary of the
Navy. Washington. D. C.. endorsed "Pro
posals for the purehase of the U. 8 8.
." (naming the vessel for which
offer I* made), and each pro;i-*al must he
aocompanled by a satisfactory cenl ud
check for no( less than 10 [>er cent, of the
amount o' the offer. On application to
the Ngwy Department, forms of hide and
bonds, together with the t.-rm -and condi
tions of sale, also a printed lan giving
general Infortnailon concerning these ves
sels, will la- furnish’d. The vessels can
be examined at any time uf’er thl* dile
hy applying lo th- Comm.” <1 in’s of the
Navy Yard. League Island. Pa sand the
Naval Htatlon. Port Royal, 8. C.. where
they now respectively lie. They must be
removed from the limits of said yaid and
station wlihln such reasonable tinn as
may be fixed by the Department. The
Department reserves the right to with
draw either or both of th* above-named
vessels from sale and to reject any or all
bids. JOHN D. LONG.
Secretary of the Navy.
October 11. 19un.
everybody's eyehrow* I soon learned to
replace It with "How much for the round?*'
Nobody understood me when I asked how
many blocks or squares II was to 'he
cathedral. Bui If I said "Can you direct
me to the cathedral?" out came the con
cise reply: "Top cf the street, second turn
ing to the left. You can't miss It.” In
Warwickshire I Irb and to .• nd my too rim
beraome trunks ahead by express The
porter assured me this was Impossible—
U)rrn was no such system In i nglai l
"Freight No. he didn't know any
thing Bhout freight It ook the pen
etration of the hot* I por’rr to fathom
my dlffieilty and supply the neigh- wo d-.
"goods train " In London I attempted lo
buv a pair of silver cuff bottom* "1 don I
think we have the article, madam." all
the perplexed clerk. "Sleeve hullo -?"
No better. "(Niff link ileevi links Mil
no sii.-eese, "Things io fast n sour cuffs
with'" ! cried at l ist In d* |s ration 8 ow
ly a light broke over his countenance
"At!” he exclaimed, "you mean soli
taire!” and he didn't menn diamonds, cutl
er Again, needing n paper fan for s'e.smer
nee I lnqulre*l at a pharm i’-eutl and- hemlM
shop Where fens were to !>*• foun I. and
was dire* ted to n fruiterer and flo-l t
bard by. An unlikely pi a a*, though* I
However. In I went and demanded a fan
••Censlnly." raid Ihe obsequious xhcpk *p
er, "but do you require one In a not
They thought I aakl "falrn to rhyme
with bairn" and that In their dialect Is
am-llad f-e-r-n. Only by ao'ing "* hn "
Should I get What I warned. I hastily
explained and wa* directed io the estab
lishment of II Quick A 80”. silk merer s
linen draper*, haberds-h* -s. nn-l uphol
eserera. where I found my article In the
Ther* if a certain amount of pnhofo: n\
to be derived fr m all thi-. In lh* flie*
plare never expect an Englishman to m* • t
you hslf way In Ihe strugclr for pcaplcu-
On the Invader mu*' lie lh* 0n..-* <f
accommodation Therefor, s* I about ac
quiring (he language as promptly s io*
!bie, plrk up Ihe accepted Knali h phraa*
tm th** arrant, and evwi the odd upward
Hit of tha arntence. and your rrrar.r**
through the Island will be wonderfully
smoorher than that of vour wool.n-he.Ad
countryman who refuse* to abate on*' tittle
of hi* Yankee vernacular
—"Would you take our darling daugh
ter from ue?" tearful.y asked the mother
••Why— er—yes." replied the star’l* I
youth. "Thot's my Idea l—l really badn t
contemplated taking the whole larolly
you know.' '—Chicago PosL .
'1 HE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1900.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Wherva*. Elixalu-th Goughian ha* a|*|'lia<l
to Court of Ordinary for letters of ad
ministration <1 l*<*nl non on the astatr
of Thonuis Wall, drepsaad.
Those arc. th refor*-. lo clfs and ad
monish all whom It may concern to be
in l ai*i>* nr before sold court to make ob
jection (If any the) hove) on or before
the flrsl M nday In November, next.other
wise said letter* will he granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L
Ferrlll. ordinary for Chatham county,
this the 29th day of Heotemher. 19<k-
FRANK K. K KILHACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord’v, C. Cos.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
In Chatham County. G* orgla, Superior
Court. June Term,l9o6—Charles O. Dooley
vs. Mary A I>ooley. Libel for Total'Dl
voree. To Mary A. Dooley. Defendant
Y’ou are required to be and appear, either
jiersomilly or by anorney. at the next Bu
perlor Court, holden In anil for said coun
ty. same being the first Monday In De
cember. INKS-then and there fo answer
pl aintiff on th- merit* of the above stated
case. Ira default the court will proceed as
Justice shall appertain.
Witness the Hon. R. Fnlllganl, Judge of
said court, this 11th day of September.
1900. J. L MURPHY.
Drp Cierk. S C.. C. C.. Oa.
TIIO3. L. HILL. Attorney.
NftTICK TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Notice la hereby given to all persona
having demand* agatnsl Elijah Crawford,
late of said county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out. within
the lime preserlted by law. to as lo show
their character and .amount; and all per
son x Indebted to said deceased are re
quired to moke Immediate payment to
m- NANCY C. CRAWFORD.
Savannah. On., Oct. 2. i960.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY -
Whereas. Emma Roberts Walthour has
applied lo Court of Ordinary for letters
of administration, on the estate of Joalah
Law Walthour, deceased. These are,
therefore, to rite and admonish oil whom
It jnaay concern te lie eand appear before
-.aid court h* m ake nbjectlean (If any they
have) on or before the first Monday In
Nov mbyr, next, otherwise said letters
wall be granted. Witness, the Hon. Hamp
ton L. Ferrlll. Ordinary for Chatham
county, this the sixth day of October. 1900.
FRANK E KBILBACH,
Clerk Ct Ord’y, C. Cos.
bankrupt sale of assets. SA
VANNAH BOX AND BASKET WORKS
Under nnd hy virtue of an order grant
ed by th<- ll< u A. II MacDonell, Ref
,r<e In Bankruptcy. In Ihe mailer of W.
H. Bellinger. Bankrupt, the undersigned
will *• R. t public in lion, on the prem
t-. r* Iccnted on the ls)ul*vlll*' r <ed. In the
city of Savannah. (Li., on Monday. Oct.
l:,. 191*1, ai 11 o’clock. (Savannah city
time). In the forenoon, lot of machinery,
tenia and apparatus for ’he manufacture
of hoxe# crates, barrel* nnd baskets,
among which are: Titus Veneer Machine;
Titus Adjustable Head Saw; Saw
Table; Haws; Hand and Power Cllp-
Pr* E A B Holmer Doub'e Surface
planer; uui-Off and Heading H.iwsisAl
llngtot) A CuGla Blower Bvsinm com-
Hot Air Dry Kiln; Pulleys. Shaft
in Belting; Basket Forms; Barrel Laths
srd H oi*-. Orange Box Hsads; No X.
Iron Wire; Tacks. Nall*, die., ate.
Private sealed bid* lor the whole or
any part of the aaeets will be received by
the undersign* I. up t . October 10. at 10
o'clock In ihe forenoon, wnlch will he
o *nei by- ’h* Referee •* hit office. No.
I Bryan e'reet. east, at said time and
place. Higrt to r.Jtct any or all hldx ra
served Term* of sale: Cash
Property may h* Inspected and full list
~, n by applying to. JACOB GAZAN.
Trust e. it Provident Building, Savannah,
Wext End Street Cxr goex lo th# Fxc
MK MI win.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
October 15 to .10, inclusive.
Kent. Slightly Shop-worn and
Slightly facvl Pi.tnoK and Organ*.
All High Grade Instrument* in
One Price to all with legal inter
cat on deferred payments. t* the
only really fair way toaell Piano*
Schubert Plano. Style I*. No 23305
lUii.li.im.lv figured Oak rae. largest
s*xe made. full l.ngth Music Rack; Con
ttmioua Nickel lllnaes, Boston Fall, Elab
orate Carving: Latest Improved Mando
lin attachment From our reni aiovk.
hi perfect oondlilon. l ard otily ala
■non i ha.
Regular Frlca Mb'. Mala Price. KM.
Wellington Piano. Blyle D. No S9T
Oenulne Mahogany Caae. double ve
neered tnalde and >ut. Largest Stxe Made:
Full l-ength Monte Hark; Continuous
Nlckle Hinges, Boa ton Fall, ivory Key*
From our rent atork. In perfect coudltlon,
L’ard only aeven montha
Regular Price tt< gale Price, .
Klngabury Plano. Style E. No 16661
Medium 81a<- Mandaome oak Caae:
Three Pedal*. Roalon Full; Contlnuayua
Hinge cm Fall Uourd. Full Length 31 uale
Rack Rented one year. In perfect con
Regular Price *3OO. Rale Price. lIH.
W.lllngton Plano. Style A. No 17300.
Medium Rle. Mahogany Finlnh; Full
Length Mualc Rack. 3 Pedaln; Honor
Fall.ln aplendld condition. Rented nlna
Regulor Price. 3250. Sala Price. 3130.
Schubert Plano. Style 17. No. 20316.
Ilandaomely Carved Mahogany Caae.
largest Hite Made. Full la-ngth Mualc
Rock. Contlnuoua Nlckle Hlngea. Roalon
Fall; luteal Improved Mandolin Attach
ment. Peed aix montha In perfect con
Regular Price *IOO. Rale Price 1296.
Schubert Plano. Style 17. No. 22684
Mahogany fare, midi a above, adghtly
shop-worn. Perlect condition
Regular Price *4no. Bale Price. *335.
Klngabury Plano. Style 11. No. 28700
■urge,l *4ge mad* Mahogany t’a*e;
Double Veneered Inakle ami oul; Ivory
Key*; Contlnuoua Nickel Hinge*; Full
length Mualc (tack; Three Pedals; Bos
ton Fall; Dulcet M..01e Pedal; Patent
Repeating Action; New Improved Beale
Slightly ahon-worn—can hardly be told
from Piano direct from factory.
KfguUr Price *llß. Rale Prlca *36
Klngabury Plano. Style B. No. 28001.
Same aa above.
Regular Price. *J7u. Rale Price, *3OO.
Klngabury Plano. Htyle it. No. 3*B>6
Same a* a love, except liandnomr Bufl
Regular Price. *375. Bale Price. S3*..
Klngabury Plano. Style B, No. 38748.
Same a* above.
Regular Price. (335. Sale Price. *385.
Windsor Organ. No. 110171. Chapel Style
Solid Walnut Caae. Eleven Stop* anal
Coupler*. Swell and Orrat Organ; Klv*
Octaves. Second-hand, but In good con
Worth New. *66. Bale Price, US.
Heady Organ. No U®l7. Parlor Style.
Walnut Case. TZ Stops. Seoond-hsnd
Worth New. NO. Bale Price. k>.
Beatty Organ. No 11383. Parlor Style.
Walnut Case; 23 Slops. Second-hand.
Worth New. in, Sale Price. 19 75.
Taylor A Farley Organ. No. 25592. Parlor
Music Cabinet In top: 5 Octaves: 5
Slope Second-hand Oood eondltlon.
Worth New. sk*. Sale Price. $lO.
Standard Organ. No 51X53. Parlor Style.
Musk-. Cabinet In top; 5 Octaves; Ivory
Keys: Z Stop*. Second-hand. Oood con
Worth New. S4O. Sals Price. $lO.
Estey Organ. No, 1156X4. Ckaprl Rule
Walnut Case. Nine Stops; 6 Octaves.
Second-hand (Jo! condition
Worth New. S7O. Sale Price, S3O
Estey Organ. No. IX7H4, Parlor Style.
Music Rack In top. Slops, Walnut
CaF*. Swell and Great Organ Fine tone.
Second-hand, hut good condition.
Worth New, s6>. Sale Price. $25.
Gem Organ. No 6464 C. Parlor Style.
Walnut Case; M'-sl<- Pocket In top: 10
Stops, Swell and Great Organ; Neat
Worth New. sffi. Sale Price. sls.
Sterling Organ. No. 65172. Parlor Style.
High Top; l-orgc French Beveled Mir
ror; Handsome Bracket and shetf work.
Walnut Case; II Stop*. Couplers, Swell
and Great Organ.
Worth New. $55.. a bargain at S4O.
Chicago Collage Organ. Style S.No. 173513,
French Plate Glass Mirror In top; Wal
nut Case; 10 stops. Coupler*. Swell and
Oreat Organ, t'sed three month*
Worth New, $55. a bargain at S4O.
Kimball Organ. No 116595. Large Parlor
Style; walnut case; Hurl Walnut Panels
In front; high lop; 10 slop*. Couplers,Swell
and Great Organ. Second-hand. Oood
Worth New, $65. a bargain at $45.
Mason A Hamlin Organ, No. 157909. Par
Walnut (’use; Music Pocket In top; 6
Stops. Great Organ and Swell; luimp
Worth New. $56. Sale Price, SX.
Slightly shop-worn. Great bargains at
price* quo'ed These Organs fully guar
anteed for 6 year* hy the CABLE COM
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN.
Worth 8 lie Price
Style 115—No. 19.’4t $75.0) *sf,>
Style 115—No. 196177 75.00 U *0
Style 115—No. 197224 7500 f,vi
Style 115—No. 196’M 71.00 55.00
Btyo 9k No 197239 65 00 mm
Style 50—No. 195177 5500 90.00
Style 10—No. 197224 ........ 65 09 6ft.no
Style 60-No. 19722S 65 00
style 850—No 1*6723 125 f 60 60
Btyle |s—No 166767 65 09 70.00
The price quoted Organ* Is for
Spot Cash, but we will se l for same
price on time with addition of 6 per rent.
Interest on deferred payments Term* $lO
and 58 per month or one-half cash and
one-half in twelve months.
Halted A Davis Concert Grand. No 3X1)46
Alandsomo Rosewood Case. Carved Legs
and Lyre Slightly urd but good as new.
Overalrung base, finished over aa good as
nee With new ha-s strings.
Worth New. 37.*> The greaiesl bar
gain In our eiorc at 3376.
J 4 T FV*her Squ.tr# I’Mno, No
H indwim* !tos< Hotiii Cinr, Cirvit)
• ihl Lyrr. OvrrAtiunK li.ip-*. Full fltltd
Key lioant. Ivory K* y*. H- k nt lotusl Ui
• irumrnl. A Uiriti.ii and( 17*.
WorrfMfr Hquare I'Uno. N. .MM
H<ntlM>m Lliilil Rowirooil i'hiw; Over
strung Itiisß s. \on OciAveft, lvury
000 l comlhion. NU*® Tone.
A t>rg tin it fro.
Htefff A]iiim * .ino
V very tine Inutrument.
Well worth $->>. a lurraln ni s9l
llallett A Cumrlon Square l*tann, No.SHR
Hllfl Walnut C®*, Ivory Key*. Oxer
•trung ilu**; Seven OcUive*; Hound Cor
A bargain $lO.
Wake Square I'Una, No Ml. A hjrg.tln
• I s3u
A r>unhm Square I'lano. No
Cl* A tk.irg.lllX Al 4~>
Haoafi A VUven B*(iiare Piano, No. &14
A txargaln at f>
Smith Htjuirt' Piano, N*x 11127. A Nr*
gain at sls.
M.my other harg tins In Square Piano®
Pre'e* quoted are lor cash, lull we wxlil
sell on terms of #lO cash .m l $T* |>er moniti.
with addition of 8 |er cent. Interest on
CABLE PIANO CO.,
14U and 118 Whitaker St.,
"DULL RAZtIRS CACHE SHARP
talk; avoid both by having your rnxor
ground. hond. sat and nw.de to shave
like new. by the old experienced barber.
28 East Broughton Hair. Jewelry and
Shaving Supply House, the place (or (Inc
raxor*. sirups and shaving oiilllls. barber
chairs for sale or rent, barber shops
t*ought and sold
IS VOIJIt llti'N SAFE FIRE-PROOF 1
Ri lITel A Freeman have a standing offer
of *l.o*o for every safe of their make that
does not preserve ltg contents. On* *•*(..
was In burning debris 113 hours When
taken out, (he hoae had to be turned on
11. When opened, not a page was discol
ored, not a record io-t. not a dollar de
stroyed. If you want security, buy a
Sii(Tel A Freeman safe C. P. Miller,
MORPHINE. OPIUM LAUDANUM
cocoa!ne habit; myself cured, will Inform
you of harmless, permanent home cure.
Mary R Baldwin. Box 1213. Chicago
“lIOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing? lei ue put II In shape, *1 per
month Sterling Pressing Club, U Yi*rk, w
“YOU WILL LIKE TIIF. MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; U’x rich ami pure; fry
FURNITURE UPHOLRT ERBD. MAT
tresses renovated. Antique furniture re
pollsned. furniture packed and shipped In
heal manner Semi me your orders. C
P Miller, agent.
RONH FLOI ’R~;“30-I’OI’NI' RAO. Mr
leave order with E Moyle. 10 Broughton
street, eaai. or 114 Park avenue, eaat. J.
“if its ruos tou want, tou can
gel them cheaper from McOlllla.
SPECIAL AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers, ladle*' aixe, at *3
J. W. Teeple.
T"AM NOW L< e-ATKI* AT 414 WEST
Broughton, ring up IIBC If you wan* lo
have your furniture moved nr packed for
shipment or storage; I guarantee prices
the same as I do the work that's given
lo me A 8. GfHßn*4l4 Broughton street,
west; mattress* s made to order
MILLER'S STOVES AND RANGES
give a.itlsfactlon The Megnetlr. Econo
mist. Waldorf, King, and other good
makes ai reasonable price*. 3/7 Brough
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing’’ let us pul ll in ahap*-; *1 per
month. Sterling Pressing Club, 19 York. w.
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IB UN
eurpassed for richness; delivery Is per
fect; phone. 2146
REE MILLER I “It OFFICE DESKS
office table*, office mailing, office abode*
3(fi Broughton, west
WHEN YOU REE M GILLIS-'RIXTY-
Inch M cents ruga, you will buy them.
Just ean't help It; will aell In an> quan
FOR FLORAL DESIGNS. CUT FLOW
era. plants and bulbs, from Oek*-hlg s
nursery: leave orders with K. Moyle. In
Broughton street. eaat. J. Gardner.
"FURNITURE Mol DD W’ITH CARS. "
la a etMclalty with MrGtIMo.
“MILLER S NEW STYLES IN CAR
pet*, matting*, linoleums, window shades
etc. All work done In llrst-c!aas style. 307
“SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sala by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insuranca gasoline stove.
“m'OILLIB IS CHEAP ON RUOS. NETS
lace curtains, hammock*, water cooler*,
pillows, picture*, stove*, bedroom eulte*.
end furniture of every description
“HOW AROUT YOUR WINTER
clothing? let u* pul It In sh*p~; *1 p r
month. Sterling l-reeelng Club. 19 York, w
*1 48 BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last. Large aseortment of
rocker*, divan* and easy chairs. C. P
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation lb the country, free from city
drainage Impossible for milk to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk. phon.< 2345 De
livery prompt; satlefacllon guaranteed
M UtLLIS MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and at ores planoe and furniture; beat work
only; no "Cheep-John" prlcee—oo "Cheep-
*IOO FOR WOVEN WIRE COTB,
while they :aat. C. I* Miller, agent.
M'OILLIS' LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
32.(0 FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they laal. Big agsnrtnu nt. ell grade*, of
art squares, ruga, mat*, portiere*. C. P.
M OILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrne pattern#— for 89 rents.
HOW ABE YOUR FEET? IF TOUR
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relief; I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all dlaeasee of the feel
without pain; charges reasonable; ran
give the beat reference# In th# city; pa
tient# treated at realdenee#; order* can
be left *4 L'vlngston'a drug sfoee. Bull
and Congreea s4rete: telephone 133. lan
Davie surgeon rhlroppSlst
WANTED. SHOEMAKER ON NEW
work and repairing at or re at 209 Jeffer
son afreet. Savannah. Ga
BKICKI-AYERR WANTED AT OAB.
ton Is. N. C. Flyr.l Building and Construc
“WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS 17EL1.1
ble turner for both outside and Inasl
work; eleedv employment eteie wagr*
expected J E Kurhler, 330 W. Forayfu
street, Jacksonville, Fl*
“WANTED A FIRST-CLARB HORSE
•boor. Apply Wbllama • treat.
IIKI.I' IV tITKfI—N4LR.
WANTED. EIIUIT-CI.ARB MACHINIST
at Mlngb-dorff A Co.'* utilchlno shop, 510
WANTED. BOOKKEEPER BTENOG
iwpher. druggist, laundry machinist, bak
ers, bricklayers, mill man. lie choppers,
cypres* and pine log i hoppers, sawyers,
orange i*ackrrs. Iluhcr, 317 Weal Bay.
“OULORED MAN BOBER AND
mtstworlhy lo prepare for traveling
Salary and rgi-enae* lo t*cg!n. Enclose ad
dress, and envelope. I'rrsident Macllrady.
356 Dearborn Chicago
WANTED. TRAVELING SALESMAN
for slate of Georgia; give reference!. El
l*adre Cigar Cos.. St lx>uls.
WANTED TRAVELER TO BELL Cl
tiers, syrups and cigar* Apply Interna
tional Table Supply Company, HI Louis.
vCanteiT capable ~ glbl FOR
general housework HM Broughton atreot.
WANTED, II O U S E K E E V E It S
clerk*, alenographers, eomp.inlon*. ladles’
maid*. nur*e*. cooks. lanndreaes, wal-
Itesse*. chamlu-imaids; all pail* of Flor
ida and K->uih Oeargtn. Iluhcr, 117 Wesl
Bay street, Jacksonville.
LHI-MII KIT WANTED.
'TixTTTfmTNrTfp LAY htendgbX'
pher <tc*lr< s |H*sltlon; can furnish type
writer. Addrtss "Index," rare New*
It 011 VI > VI ANTED.
WANTED I “It
nlshisl Hat of four rooms atul a kllehrn.
Situated between Liberty and Anderson
and Bull and l*tlce. Apply "C." rare
WANTED— HIM KU.IIKOH.
UEItFEi Ti.V~ FItEHII
eggs for family ns*-, will lake four .kuten
weekly nt K*a>*l |*rlce. Apply 110! Ilalier
WANTED To BUY FOB CASH A
nice small house, either frame or brick,
must he good location. A*Mrrs* Home,
IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK, GET IT
from Sisingheld Dairy, It’s rloh. pure and
if rou want a ri.Acyi to dumb
earth, dirt. sand, manure. <>4c., fra* of
charge, Just at city limit* hauling over
hard road, anils nr telephone Brown
Bros., curnec Anderson and East Broad
Foil IIKNT tiooxt*.
NICELY FURNISHED IUKYMS.
southern exiaieurr. modern conwnlem-e*.
310 Jones, east.
NICELY FURNISHED lto,.\| ALL
conveniences. hot nud cold water; 368
Barnard, near Liberty,
NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH
room to one or two gentleman. 122 Tay
lor street, weal.
FLATS FOB RENT.
FOR BENT FLAT AND BASEMENT
to small family. No. 12 Jones street, east
“FLAT. LARGE AI.COVED. AND TWo
other r<*mis tinfurn! h*sl ■■nnnnctlng with
bath. 7* Gorrhm street, east
“FOR RENT FLAT OF 4 CON N EOT
lug rooms ami bath; 3ttt Gwlnnetl. west;
n*-xi to Barnard; Inquire on premises, or
of W J. MDcally, Jr.
l ean bum f-(ii ls
FOB BENT. TWO-RTORY It ESI •
de-nce; t>ay wln*B*w, south front; has and
< e>td water; convenient to three car lux*
and I'ark Extension; rent *96. C. H.
I “It BENT. 17 DUFFY *THUKT
east, paessesslon at once. Apply George
L tiarmany. agent, 16 Bryan street, easl.
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOUSE.
No 217 Waldburg street, east, between
Ahcroorn and IJncoln, flrst-clasa order
and condition: every convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen, West Broad and Bnaughton streets.
“ FOIt BENT 1014. 8 ROOMS. NEWLY
reiHilreal. Inquire 1612 Jefferson
FOR RENT. RESIDENCE 3HMMALL
east; eight rooms, hit arsl cold water;
• leganl locality; also 716 Habersham: Im
mediate |M*e**lon. Apply W. W. Halat
ion 268 Eighth at reel. east.
earner Whitaker and Liberty streets. Ap
ply 18 Liberty street, wesl.
FOR BENT. STORE, 113 BROUGH
ton street, rsat; fmaaesslon Immediately
also several d<ati able ra<ldencea and
ffata. A t p)y A. Wylly, U Bryan atraat.
“7^rrpTE^’TßETrrr ; StrTMr^TFi : icß
for rent, corner Brotighlon aitd West
Broad streets; formerly ocrupied by the
Siivannah Carriage and Wagon Cos. II I'.
FOIt RENT. DESIRABLE” OFFICE
for real estate or Insurance. Apply lo
Beckett & Beckett, 24 President street,
FOR RENT. SUITABLE FOR STORE
or office, southeast corner Montgomery
and Perry street lane.
FUR SALE—BEAL U 1 tTg
FOUR HULL STREET CORNERS;
Third, Eourlh, ttlxlh and Tenth streets
C 11. Dorsett.
“bull STREET LOTS between
Thlnl and Fourth, and between Fifth and
Sixth streets C. 11. Doraetl.
EXTRA SIZE corner LOT. THIFI-
Iy-flve feet by one hatn.|re*l anal twenty
two. Jefferson and Fourth. C. H. I><r
NORTHWEST CORNER 1/T SEC.
ond and Barnard; the only corner on Bar
nerd unsold. C. H. Dorsett.
FOUR I JITS ON WHITAKER AND
Second. Including the corner, for *2,*09
C H Dorsel t
BULL STREET RESIDENCE; HIV
rooms, besides pantry, hath and kUcheti.
and large lot for *2.506, lime or cash.
C H. I>or*ett
FOR A TWO-STORY R Evi
dence. No 1710 IlnlH-rsham. with a few
hundred dollars caah; balance ran be paid
monthly. C. H. Dorsett.
RESIDENCE No. 306 YORK WEST
three stories on lasemenl; two Imth
room*, quite low in price. C. II Dorset!.
A SPLENDID CORKER IA)T, 40X115
llal*ersham and W.ildi-urff, *2.500, a great
Imrgaln C. H tDoraett.
“a NET RT" PER CENT INVEST •
m*-nl for 37 060. business and reelderc*
property. C H. Dorsett.
NEAT EIGHT-ROOM COTTAGE ON
King street, near Barnard, no city taxes;
lot 46x96 C. H. Dorsett.
FINE ItES4IHENCE SITE ON TENTH
street; north front, between Bull and
Drayton. C. H. Dorsett.
A TEN It* >.*M RERIDENCE ON
Gwinnett, near Montgomery, for *4,(l*)
C H rmrselt
EIGHT THIRTY-FOOT' LOTS “N
Minis street, near New Union station, for
*4.0*41; no tletter piace for small dwellings
C H Doraetl.
FOUR ACRES OF I-AND NEAR THE
city on i*aved road, shout half mile from
trolley line. C. H. Doraatl.
THREE-STORY RESIDENCE ON
haaemenl; near Ftorsyth I’ark on Rull
. ttrart, (rootlnc aquarc. C- 11. Dotiatt.
AUCTION 841.C1 THIS DAY.
< %*•:*, ri it \iti hk, Jk r ai enoi,
c. ii. donuitt, A#nnf#r,
Will Mil Montlay. IMt. u( 22 ConfTMi,
w#N(, at U o'' % kH*k;
A lot of fin** fiiriiltiirr, roller top
mahoicany 4<thl<* rari**fii, Arucora
ruir, wurlrolx#. rxtrnaion tuiq#. muilc
tin, crockery ml RUfxwir®, oak
bureau# ih*ln, louhkc*. aha<l#a, fancy
chnlro ami iHblfx, 2 Iwmkii i'lnsi, muhuK
any crnlrr lablr, willow of-tie#. mt-
Ir*®iB, crib, r frlicTi*tor. ennmel
Move, rnnen of blarkina, iinufT,
mak'hea ant aundry other irtifki.
yilH MI.K-RK.il* K4TATK.
AN KUHOANT HOMS. NINKTT FESBT
front, aeven r>3ini!*. on • afreet one bun
•lt e*l feet witle In aiuthfrn pection. C.
- kl 1 A l.< T F(K TW<) HtTN
dred dollara; eay term#, on Ninth nrwt,
near Kant liruad. no city taxation. C. If.
FOR SALK. LOTI 7TH. NBAR
Kaat Broad. a4 e#rh. will aoon bp
advanced to s22s. wti#n a lot hap be#a
paid ftr t can arringp to a bump
bulH. C H Dorset!
FOIt BALK. THCWE iaf#TH ON NINTH
• ireri. near Kaat llroid, have only been
•old 4o flraf*ela!a ptrtles. rHo will maka
pood nelphbora. and nona other ran buy.
The terms are very ropy, and (hey aro
cheaper than any othsr In thp vicinity.
i II I *raptt.
FOR BALK. I-OTH ON NINTH BTREKT
near Kaat Dread; no Hty taxe. at s?*
each; twanfy-llv# dollars caah. and #aby
monthly payments C. H Itorapft.
RKBIDKNCBB AND Bi’ILDINO I/yni
for ppla all over the city. Itobprt IL
Tatem. real potato dealer. No. 7 York
~FOH ALK OR RENT. m-ACntO
farm with hiuae hri| out buildlnpw; ,r
K •'Otalitkin Apply 67* Hlttriri street.
~ - ’■!
BOV It KM. THK roIHIII KINO* TRY
It when your favorite mn ty falls, pt 2-e
Ihxlil#* oddrd to a pill of honey tnaken a
•tdriMlid mixture for Infants an.l children
IIKNZOIN II ALM MAk KH THK SKIN
like velvet, for atc ly druggist or pt lien*
ry anil Aberrom I'erase I>ruK Stores,
Whitaker ami Taylor streets
TITRFKNTINIv LOCATION FOR
sale, IK crop* ftret year boxen; acre*
round tltnlH f , m $| A) imyt a*re; $2 per
thousand boxes for 1e.e4l timixT. plenty
of limber to In pot. in five inlls of ral>
road, will plve |iosNepslot> n*wr or nt * ml
f season Add res •* Hound Timber, ea#
MornliiK New j*.
RINK WOOD. 6a OKNTH iZadTs
loads. sl-5 M 7 Hay. east.
“FIRE PROOF dAFKR WR CARRY A
fine line of Are proof safes In Mo k nl ill
tlm*s The |*artleii can *e# xactly wrxat
they are irettitut Our prices re as low
as manufacturer* Ml It, with freight adxf
ei| Parti*'# InteresfeAl. w*hi* wish a good
tiro pnxof safe. Will do well to inspect
our st(M'k lel|tf*tnari Hroe.. Lippm itt
block. ia*‘ntti for manufu Hirers
"Foir BALE CHKAP. BAI.OON CON
nixtril with barfier sbof*. must sell al
once, *4l u iiiiinl of KoInK Into other
business; corner Hroughtoii and Houston
•tree#. Savannah, Oa
BPRINOFIKLD DATRY IB NOTKD
for havlna rt< h. pur# milk; try It; you
will bp p|en*cd
FI'RNIHHKD ROOMS. WITH HOARD;
also table ttoMrdr. H$ liberty treet,
"HOARD ' FRONT ROOM* WITH
goml board, table boarders deslrol. Tat
nall. third fruni Liberty.
*"NIC® ROOM 6; HOPTHBRN KXPOB
iire. good tpfde; central location; reason
side rates, at 222 flurrio east.
l*l.r vi ItlXte.
MODERN PLUMBING IT WILL DM
to your interest lo let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work: repair work a apeclalty. aa 1 am
a practical plumlier. No guese work to
endanger your life. Wiggins, phone flff.
Georgia or IWU
CALL ll’ PERRY A RENTON. IF
you are going to move, shift or siorc fur
niture; Hell ‘phone 1124.
~ HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
will) German rendy-mlsed paint; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adami Paint
'sanitary Plumbing" oas and
steam fltttng, only experienced men em
ployed. allow us to glye you a figure on
your work A. C. Price A Cos., State (ind
Jefferson street*, phones, 656.
“wanted, one thousand ntitf
gry people at th* Southern Grocery Com
pany, lit Rornard street
“PERRY A RENTON IVITJ, ltENO
vata your old muttresses ,m<l furniture,
make goott a* new. at very Utile cost.
WE SELL HEWER PIPE. FLUE
pipe, fir* < lay. lire brick at loweat prices.
Adams Palm Company, lot Congress,
MORE THAN ONF, HUNDRED CENTS
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash at lh* Southern Grocery Company,
lit Barnard street.
PHONE 556 BELL OR GEORGIA; AND
let us (Reconnect and onnmcct your range,
repairs of any make furnlahad for your
stove or range; expert workmen only em
ploy*!; can flgnre very close A C. Price
A Cos., Stale and Jefferson etreets.
PERRY u RENTON USE SPECIAL
care In moving, shipping and storing
furniture, 'phone lilt.
OYPSINK IB THE REST WALL* FtN-
Ish made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents, 101 Congress, west.
“PERFECT GAS MANTLES; Mr ~ 15ft
2tc and 35c each; all guaranteed gas
lamps the very kitest make*, put up |n
yowr office, store or reahtence; only T?>
cants; If your old gas burners need re
pairing and overhauling, telephone. 655
Georgia or Hell, and we will do Ihe rest.
A. C. s*r!ee A CO.. State and Jefferwm
REDUCE TOl’R LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned hard rath
with the Southern Orocery Company, 114
For sale al all News Slaads
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
OEOROIA. CHATHAM OOP NTT-NO
(lca hi hereby Riven to all penoni hav
ing demands against William K Dunn,
Wile of said county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out, within
the time prescrib'd by law. so as to show
their character and amount; and all per
sons Indebted to said deceased are re
quired to make Immediate payment to
me MRS ANNE DI'NN,
Savannah. Os., Sept. I. 1800.
jm ■■■ ■ Morphine and Whiskey hab
nnTTn i <u nested uiii or
I1 U 111 111 confinement cnie Kuarso
-111111 lUI teed or ao pay H H VKAL.
lii * II HI N.n *r Lit Ms Springs mb-
W ■ ■ V minim. Bar t AlPteU, US.