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s.biret ••* *"• r •* *•■
• , , lecture series of the Ba
(Ljrv Course. "Pari, and the
.n glvrn at the (Juurd*
.til by Mr. Oarrrt P. Hervlss
~,.j i,v an excellent audience,
, , pf the seats In the hall be-
The lecture was llluatrated
n view a which were unus
,l,l which were thoroughly
U* > f
prefaced hta lecture by a
„it o the city of which he
S ' - he eatd. "la the alren
.he call* ami the whole
, >ne biskons nnd the whole
London atiracta mankind
njlty and populouam-ss It
U.ugy loadatone. Every city
ullne or feminine. Lon
ilme. but Pane ui of the oth
,r every charm la that of a
, . ■■ oman.
I raid that Parle hae an •>-
r.ttvl retaliation for wlcked
. i, wicked, he eald. but no
m „ nae le London. because alto
i .<> airgr. Paris la gay. not
i,, i* wicked, bu: becauae she
i , r beautiful sunshiny sklea,
atmosphere I* exhilarating
me tills (he spirit of mankind
* 4 i o( efferveaeence.”
a i ..... with the help of the pte
k his audience through Pari*
wu*. and u* she le to-day. Start
r II er earliest position on the lu
ll the Seine, where still stand
r palest and most Impressive
, j . i ,ful buildings, he showed by
■ we how she has grown, until
.a t duy.
tv,. nh of the places shown, places
• 1 in history, song, and story.
~, • irer gave short sketches of the
so nes for w hich they have be
eeai- i.st known. He told his hearers
.oiling strange cities, and espe
. they would take with them
, rations, for with it they could
. hare walls, and ancient chum
a the actors and stirring scenes
• ist. He gave a number of ex
we of the Notre Pams ikithc
dr.i. 1 the Madelelne.and also sonic par
i . . Od views of the parks* and
tv i for which Parts Is so cele-
T I part of the lecture he devoted
• . ! apoalllon. 1r covered, he eald.
lona, practically the same
i i -id for lhat of I*. and. as be
f -i Eiffel Tower occupied almost
r enter of the show.
8, ik r.g of the Polled State* exhibit
exposition, particularly of the
Vi.:r..t States buildings on the Street of
u Nanais he sukl that though it oc
■ Ii neplcaious and advantageous
p in It r<i>reaented really nothing
t- . i ti tle of this country, and was on
t from this viewpoint failure.
Its- more conspicuous because the only
f. : r- Kul If the building was a
I u-c u was most gratifying to the
Amer it v to know that asuccess was
ehveil hv their countrymen In other
This was particularly true of
• • ' ibltlons of the paintings ami sculp,
lure* of Americans.
it. of ihe nvowt artistic and pleasing of
•’ v (bits, he said, was that of the
I'olonlea, which was in every way
n . re aa It could be made.
T • I 'ure was closed with a superb
I r in colors of the electric building.
at right, when lighted. Mr. Rervlss
m ! -a is one of the most beautiful If not
■ i the most beautiful sights of
t . mire e x|* isition.
\ I* %*TKI H IMTITITK.
(<frgin !*•> *l*l*n Ratiabllati •!*#*
In %f limtn
t pw.-ur Institute and leaonratory ha*
mixed In Gt'orgia. and has rc
, f . *MWhcd quart**!** In Atlanta
\ t iit meeting of the Georgia M**d
i \*ociatlon. r*i*olutkn*t were adopt ml
1 < g to the fftabtlfhment of *urh an
. iM.m tut nectasary to complete the?
Bad il equipment of the state.
i*ir • ihi-n jorao of Georgia** enterprU
ai m\* taken Dm matter in
Id and given the Institution a *tart
rj R Ra k of UOniiie
m; Dr. J H. XcDuffle of Coium
t* president; Dr. Cl.iu<k A Smith,
• ami paihclogtst. nnd Dr. C. D.
•• f Atlanta, treasurer. Phyaldao*
t <• received letter* from the secre
i titifyinw them of the establishment
Institute, and solicit their co-op*
-•' . nnd support.
r.i of the Savannah phy*k*l.ini ore
much interested In the Paateur In
r ami will manifeat their intercut
• **n*rihutlna to it* support. The |n-
nts? only h ho|>ttai nccommo<lu
*:r,- t.,r the treatment of patlefßl aYTUc t-
M raoiea, tt \n for m.ikitiff
;t 1 Ki ai t x|h rlntentm. The conetltu
' rr.iken u the duty of the patholoicPM
c hand a supply of rabbit* and
r.!m.ch for purpose* of inoculation
r,r,,# r tiiat frequent experiment* may
n.ile. no’ <*>)y In the treatment of
but for ihe benefit and Instruction
member* of the profeNlon. and
• * whirl y of th aupporter* of the in
lt I* believed that the institute
*f great vilm to the m
•* of Georgia a* well .1* a bon
who have the ml*fortune to
* " r from raidea.
K %>t K Ml%l’l‘HOVt: IT.
ontroller'H Move Icnlitn
Wild (ai InMiirnnre.
irance men of Savannah are no*.
at the report announce)
* Atlanta that Controller General
••'commend that ihe law per
• ‘**ment tire inruranre com
* bimint aa la ih< -1 ita t** ra
r Ok • com panic* i s * doing bind
,f 1 u however, and there lan
1 ’ • trouble on ihl* *core The
’ 1 hre companies have proven
• (< tory. It 1* etated, .mil n ar*
• * * tone out of bunlner*.
. i laiure reduced the depo*lt
• hre Insurance comrxinle* do ng
■ ic *>ate from $3'.00l to $lO.-
that the report that a de
*■* D to b* required 1* an er
mlmion. Wildcat Inauranca.
'••I life, 1* look* and u,on w h
f vor In Savannah, and Ihe in
here will approve of any
to tht - x. |yal ts >r this
'"'•I II HIIIHW.M lIOUBISm 1 .
° nik l ' l, "e Inst Mg lit on the l.onls*
r ' colored, wa* arrefted la*l
<**l Proud street about 10
Patrolman Miller at the re
*4 1 , 1 Davis, also colored. Davit
n •!• Lotiiaviila
• night he wa* beat by three
\V 1 nf w^om waa Dixon, and
'••rnpted to rob him. He man
*•, r ,. ' >way from them and came to
p ft. , th ** miin West flroad
1 lied on the officer to arrest
1 . ' x ''• w ho I>avl* nay* in the one
, : ern*d In the hold-up. wa*
t ~f Die other* managed to make
C ASTOR IA
tor Infant* and Children.
frnd You Have Always Bought
Finding a Fortune and
Founding a Fortune.
A TRAMP’S LI CK AND AS ES
ERfIFmC MAX’S PI RPOSK.
It is perhaps true as told that a tramp,
searching a Rarhagc barrel for wraps of
refuse food, found a fortune in good
United States currency. Such a tlunp
But the workman who (fives up a
steady occupation however unrrmtiaer
ative to hunt jfarhage barrels for a fort
une will surely degenerate to a tramp
There is a difference between finding a
fortune and founding a fortune. Few
men chance uj*>n fortunes. The fort
unes we know about arc not found but
founded on u certain substantial basis.
The nature of that basis of fortune is
well set forth in the advice Riven by a
successful merchant to a young man
who asked, "What is the 6rst requisite
to making a fortune ? r "The first re
quisite to making a fortune" said the
rich man. "is health.” "The idea that
fortunes are tnadt suggests toil and in
dustry ami skill. Nothing can br made
without these. But a weak man cannot
toil, and industry' is incompatible with
ill-health. If you want to be strong
remember that all physical strength
comes from foal and that the amount of
strength extracted from food depends
upon the ability of the stomach to di
gest food and assimilate its nutrition.
The man who takes care of his digestion
is, in general, taking carr of every other
organ of his body.”
SUCCESS A!* THE STOMACH.
The merchant who gave the above
Xnion may not have been much of a
ysiciau but he was a good deal of a
philosopher. He bad seen men with
success almost within the grasp, break
down because of "stotmeh trouble.”
He had theorized the saying that the
" weakest must go to the wall ” into the
saying that "the man with the weakest
stomach must go to the wall,” because
no man is stronger than his stomach.
The man who will learn this lesson of
success has taken a great stride to his
goal. Health is the first prerequisite of
success and health in general means a
•ound stomach and a good digestion
Iyook at the logic of the matter. Foal
is a man's life, ms strength. Physical
life is sustained by food. But the fact
that a thing can lie eaten doesu’t make
it foal. Many a physician practising in
the tenements of a city says of failing
men or women, "What they need is
rtoumhtng foal." Shipwrecked men
eat scraps of leather, the bark of trees,
anything to satisfy hunger. But this is
not food in any true sense because it
contains no nutrition. All foal must
be considered in relation to its nutritive
AT THK TIIKITER.
Ilnbort lion nine l Two Plnya Tn
morrnv. Stattnee land Night.
To-morrow matinee ami night, Robert
Downing will ho non in Savannah In two
of hi* strongest piny*. At the matinee
ho will present "The Gladiator," aaml u
night. '•Klohar.l. tho IJon Hearted.”
It la not known how many time* Joseph
Jefferson ha* played “Rip Van Winkle.”
nor how many time* iho Into lamented
Kdwlr Booth playe.l •■Hamlet.*’ hut when
either one of tho named plays are men.
tloned, the name of the actor who plova
them la epoken of in the same breath.
It la olwo the onte *vlth "Tho Gla<llator,”
whoever mentions the name of that with
out connecting the name of Robert Down
ing with It? The question has of ion been
asked of Mr. Ivywnlng: "How
many time* hove you ploy
ed 'The Gladiator*?*' Thl* summer Mr.
Downing bad In* stenographer look bock
over tho tx>ok~ where all record* nro kept
of each performance of the play* ho ha*
prolueeil for the past fifteen year*, and
the exact number of time* that he ha*
played "The Gladiator." I* throe thou*an>l
four hundred and elghtv-alx, Thl* la a
piny that will probably live, almost every
speech in tho tragedy I* n poem. The
action of the- play from the rise of the
curtain on the flr*t art to the final cur
tain of tho last. never la** for on Instant.
It I* o play thnt Is Interesting, entertain
ing aisl Instructive.
Friday night ami Saturday mitlnee
Charter R Hanford will >e *een in his
new pln>. ’Trlvalo John Allen." There
Is illtle thnt eon be said about Mr Han
ford a* on actor that Savannah theater
goer* do not know and approve. Hl*
la*: nnrn-aranre hero war with Krederl *
Warde and Katryn Kidder in "A Win
ter** Tale.'* one of the first productions
seen In Savannah in year*. Hi* present
engagement can hardly lie notable
"Private John Alien” I* a eomedy-dram*
that he ha* selected after much can*, is
a pinv suited to his purpose*. Although
the (day lt*olf disdain* the elegant
rhythms of blank verso an.l expresses
h!m*"lf In honest eoilouiilnl Rpgllsh. th
loading ciiaraetor Is a man of wonderful
natural dignity, whoso personality eom
mands Instant admlmdon and enduring
respect. Mr Hanford l-.i* spared neither
cure nor money In securing proper
mounting for his new piny, an.l In organ
izing a company ca|iot>le of doing Justl-e
to the Ktrong isiri* It contains. Miss
Marie I>rofnrih. on a tr.sia whose -pieodld
talents have In-on widely recognised. I*
his leading lady.
' POSTAL** l iri rt.lt Of DEMtL.
Says There Is nn ( nnililnstlnn anil
Cnmpany Is Ant for Sale.
The I'ostal Telegraph-Cable Company
hna Issued the following letter relative to
the re-ent reported eomhlnalion:
To Our Catrons: I’crslstent rumors are
In circulation regarding a pending rom
t>lnation of the PoMal Telegraph-Cgbl*
Company. Commercial Cable Company.
Western Union Telegraph Company, and
Amerlcun B- I Toietihcne Compan) with
the Tel-phone. Tel. graph on I Cable
Company of America.
The officers of the Postal Telegraph-Ca
ble Company and of the Commercial Ca
THE MOHNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTODEK 17, 1000.
value. When the stomach and the al
lied organs of digestion and nutrition
are <liara.oed the nutrition contained in
food is imperfectly extracted and the
haly fails of nutrition adequate to its
needs. The shipwrecked sailor living
upon scraps in which there is no nutri
tion is on a level with the man who eats
abundant nutritious foal but whoar
stomach with its allied organs ia dia
rased and therefore fails to extract from
the food eaten the nutrition which is
the body’s need.
SOU XU STOMACH, SOUNII MAX.
That is almost an axiom. The man
with a sound stomach and good diges
tion will in ordinary he a sound man,
because the nutriment of foal is the life
and strength of heart, lungs, liver, kid
neys and every organ of the laxly.
The first need of a weak man is to
look after his stomach and his digestion.
There is the common scat of physical
weakness. How weak men
have been made strong;
stroug of heart, liver, lungs,
kidneys, and other orgaus
by being made strong of
stomach and strong of di
gestion has lieen told thou
sands of times by those
who have used Dr. lherce's
Golden Medical Discover)-.
"I write to tell you of
the great benefit I have re
ceived from the use of Dr.
Pierre's Golden Meilical
Discovery,” writes Mr. G. B.
Bird, of Byrnside, Putnam
Cos., \V. V*. "It cured me
of a very bad case of indi
gestion associated with tor
pid liver. Before I begun
the use of ' Golden Medical
Discovery ' I bad no appe
tite ; could not sleep nor
work hut very little. The
little that I ate did not
agree with me, bowels con
stipated, and life was a
misery to me. I wrote to
Dr. Herce giving the symp
toms, and asked for advice.
You advised me to try the ‘Golden Med
ical Discovery’ so I began the use of it
and after taking four bottles I felt so
well that 1 went to work, but soon got
worse, so I again began the use of it and
use*! it about eight weeks longer, when I
was permanently cured. I took in all
twelve bottles of the * Discovery' ’ and
some of Dr. I*ierce's Pleasant Pellets in
connection with the ‘ Discovery.’"
Dr. Pierre's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures diseases of the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition.
It cures through the stomach diseases
which seem remote from that organ but
which have tlieir origin in disease of the
stomach and its allied organs.
There is no alcohol in "Golden Med
ical Discovery" and it is entirely free
froxn opium, cocaine and other narcotics.
Persons suffering from disease in
chronic form are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, free. All letters held
as strictly private and sacredly confi
dential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
There is no similar offer of free con
sultation by letter or free medical ad
vice which has behind it an institution
such as the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
There is no similar offer of free medical
advice which has behind it a physician
of Dr. Pierce’s skill and success. In a
little more than thirty years Dr. Pierce,
as chief consulting physician to the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
assisted by his staff of nearly a score of
physicians, has treated and cured hun
dreds of thousands of men and women.
IS YOUR LIKE WORTH ZI CENTS?
It may often hapjien that the issue of
life or death depends upon knowing
what to do and how to do it in a crisis.
I)r. Dierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is full of helpful information
which may at any time mean the saving
of a life. This great work containing
tooH large pages is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing
onlr Send ji one-cent stamps for the
cloth-bound volume or only 31 stamps
for the look in paper-covers Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
ble Compnny l**nv emphi*lc-lly thit cl(h
er company 1* any *ii h
romblnaflon and *ni# thni Gif- ronirol of
(ho Pout'll T*!o:r.i|*b-(’.iblp Company iiihl
of tin* Commercial Ciibli* Company i* not
for iil*. Very re*jMt-cfully.
Foetal Telegriph-C-ible Company,
By Wm II H iker.
Vlro Pre* and Gen Man ixrcr.
I'uihtnl of Mn. \\ oollirltln**.
The funeral of the late Mr*. Wyliy
Woolbrldiri\ who**' tl-nth at Gre*n Inl
and. wim nniionn* te| tn the Mnrmmr N>h*
yrmorday. will ink** pl; e from (he lat>
re*ksencr of the on Holton
*tr*e:, at f o’clock ihl* fieriwx>ii.
\\ n rin \\ rnDirr Kr*|i* I p,
The temperature yesterday wan five de.
£ice* nliove Hie iveraae for the day. So
far October 1m sixty-two decree* atiea<l
In lemp* r.ture. an*l over 3% Inches ahead
In rainfall. •
I.F.GAt, TOTII M.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COI’NTV
Whrm Rtbwci Kady ha* applied (o
Court of Ordinary for leta-m of gu.irdlan
*hl[> on the perron* and property of Win
nie V. and Rady Bt. C. Ander*on. minor*
These arc. therefore. to -n- ar.d d
-monl*h all whom It may concern to ho and
appear la-fore ald Court to malt* objec
tion* (If any they have! on or itefore ih*
ttr*t Monday In November, next, other
wise nlil letter* will be arantnl
VVltne** Hie Honorable Hampton L.
Ferrlll, Ordinary for Chatham county,
thl* the tram’ll day of October. 180.
FRANK K KKII.ItACII
Clerk Ct. Ordinary. C. Cos.
NOTICE TO DEHTORS AND CRKD
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COCNTY—
Notice l hereby given to n'l person* hav
ing demand* against Mr* Kdaa C. Chl
holm. late of *ald county. dn ea*ed, to pre
*ent them to me, properly made oat. with
in the time prescribed by law. so n- to
■ how their character and amount; and till
person* Indebted to ld deceased are
required to make Immediate payment to
me WALTER 8. CHISHOLM.
Savannah, da., Oct. , IMO.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COINTY-
Wlterea*. William J yuanto. k hat appltrd
to Court of Ordinary for letter* of admln
-1.1r011.m oat the estate of Mory L yuan
to k deceaed
There are, therefore to cite and ad
monish all whom It may concern to be
and appear liofotr raid court to make oh.
je tton tlf any they havri on or la-fore
the tlrit Monday in November next, oth
erwise raid letter* will be granted
Wltne** the Hon. Hnmploti L Eerrlll,
ordinary for Chatham county, thl* the
ninth day ol Oeiober. IPS'.
FRANK E KEILBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ordinary C. Cos.
GEORGIA CHATHAM COCNTV-
Wherea*. T M Cunningham, ha* applied
r'ourt of Op 1 1 nary for letter* dmmls
,o:y a* ■dmlntatmtor on the estate of
Matv 8. 1-amnr. deceased There are.
therefore, to cite and admonl*|i all whom
It mav concern to be and apoear before
raid court to make obje tlon Ilf any they
base) bn or before the flrt Mon.lay 111
February, n xt. o-herwlee rad le-t-r- wl I
Im- granted. WltuUM. the Hen HiimidO’i
l_ pvrrlll. ordinary for Chatham county,
thl* the 3lt day of October. lk*‘
thl* tm FRANK E KEII.IIACH.
Clttk CL Ord’y., C. Cos.
IIOVT SEE HOW IT I'tt HE DONE.
■tier *rx Oei'lare Hire (•■Mhlsslisa
Home time ago Ihe Mornlnc News wrote
up ihe schemes for Ihe formation of
omblnatlon in l.mlst.ina to control the
rice crop of the country by luir 'haso slt
recs from the growers. Savannah rice
men who were ask. I about the wcheme at
the time pronounced It Impracticable. It
was staled llwtl Ihe #> ndicate expected to
lake In ihree-lourths of the crop of the
Carolina*, Georgia Texas and laHl*ina.
lhouh rice men licrr do not see how It
can be done.
John Tannage, the well-known rice man. j
in an Interview in New York, say -of the
"It cannot fall lo help Ihe rile plant
ers. If Ihe eomhliiMllon will lo all that
has been promised. The' uiwlertftklng I*
glganeic. and. in my opinion, Impraetlea
b <■. However. Ihe prices lhat they have
oxtered to pay for rite for the next four
years are most generous, and I am sure
thut every planter In the stare will will
ingly be a parly to the agreement If fie
•un be mark* to believe that th* prt re
of the combination are Iron-clad Tin
most attractive part of the plan Is tip
offer to pay for rice on a weight bast-
I do not see hlw the organisation will
manage to do this For instance. If the
fnrnn r has SB.OUO bush* Is of Ma,‘k rice
that Is almost useless, he would receive
the same price os If It went In g>od con- j
•lltlon. The offer Is qulxorlc on Ihe face*
"I am at a loss to see what surety the
planters wall have. The combination will
agree to many things, but If they do not
abide by their promises wliat recourse
will Ihe planters have? There will doubt
less Is* a plentltude of red tape, but it
may lie assume! that Xhe combination will
have a fall supply of loopholes 111 rase
of a critical moment. If I were a farmer
I would not hesitate a moment tn uccept-
In* the offer of the combination, but la
fore doing so I would see that l was be
yond all peradveimtre of a doubt by the
deposit of a forfeiture.
"The i-omblnation Intends to take In sev
enty-live |>er cent of the entire crop of
th. Carollnas, Georgia. Texas and Louis
iana How will It lie known Hint that
amount has been pledget! ' The company
states that It will be cupltnlixed at 17,-
>l*loo It will require all of that amoui).
and more, to mike H profitable. The
price of rice will have to br raised, nnd
If Ihe price goes too high other mills will
be built and Ihe combination will have i
hard road to travel."
t mill aE OF ASOTHEH t 01.011.
Fiank finffnry to Answer Two
t tin rites of llorrowlnx Horses.
Frank Gaffney, arrested day before yes
terday for borrowing, without permission,
the horse of Patrolman lilegnan. an ac
count of which was published In yester
day's Morning News, tlld not appear In
Ihe Recorder's Court yesterday on account
of being sick. When he shows tip thl*
morning there will be another sunwise In
store for film, ns Patrolman Hnndlfor*!,
whose horse was taken S*pt. IS In twae
t!< ally the same way as that of Dlognan's,
lias charge*! Gaffney with the d-ed nnd
preferred charges against him which be
will have to answer In comic. Hon with the
others this morning
—Not What lie Meant.—Dick Whitting
ton—"How beautiful you are and how
homely she Is." "Ah. but Sadie h.ia
brains." "Still. I would rather lie you."—
the ptar that i.kadh them
all. New Domredtc Machln*-. With ball
lanringo Pen,on Ht Hon.
~FOR FISHING TACKLE. NETS. ETC ,
go to Cornwell A Ch.pmon.
CALL I’P"”pERItY* * BENTON. IF
you are going to move, shift or store fur
niture; Bell 'phone 1124.
HAVE Y OL* Il HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint, entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adams Point
"SANITARY PLUMBING. GAS AND
steam fitting: only experienced men em
ploy,*l; allow u. lo give you a figure on
your work. A. C. Price a t*o„ State and
Jefferson streets, phones, <H.
“WANTED. ONE THOUSAND HUNL
gry fieoplc al ihe Southern Grocery Com
pany, 114 Bernard street.
“'PHONE 157S FOR FOREST CITY
I laundry They trill call for your linen
GET YOI'R WEDDING PRESENTS
at Koch * Sylvan's. 4* Whitaker. They
are beautiful and cheap.
“FOR PAPER HANGER AND PAIVT
er get Taylor s **tlma,es. You won't re
tire! 11. Painters' supplies
“ATTACHMENTS and MACHINE RE
paired while you Ball: all work guaran
teed. For poor iK'cpte free. Penton A Son
“ladies. HAVE Vlh r kink CRE
pon irnt tailor ma.le dresses dye I by
new oxadye pro.os. guaranteed not to
shrink or gel out of sho,*e New Y'ork
Dye Works, Whitaker and State. 'Phone
FOR HARDiVARE AND TOOLS. GO
to Cornwell A Chlpman's.
' I’EIIRY' * A BENTON Wll.l, RENO
vate your old maltresees and furniture,
make good as new, at very lltlle cost.
WE SELL SEWER PII'K FLU*
pipe, fire clay, fire brick nt lowest price*.
Adams Paint Company, 104 Congress,
“MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash al the Southern Grocery Company,
114 Barnard street.
PHONE AM BELL OR GEORGIA. AND
let u* .Reconnect and connect your range,
repair* of any make furnlehed for your
stove or range: ex|>er( workmen only em
ployed; can figure very close. A. C. Price
A Cos. Slate and Jefferson streets.
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK 18
being turned out by Forest City latundry
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
given personal attention, al Koch A Syl
van's. 41 Whitaker.
W ILL PAPERS. PAINTS. VAR
rlshgß. kalsotrlnes nnd gtuas and g oJ
imchanlca. See Taylor. K. of I’. Hall
SINGER NEEDLE*. THREE FOR
five cents; gill oil with doxen frea Penton
K< 'll RANGES YND ST"\ : G" 1
Cornwell A Chlpmen
~PKRRY A BENTON USE SPECIAL
care In moving, ••hipping and storing
furniture; 'phone 1124.
OYPBINK IS THE BEST WALL FIN-
Ish made Adam* Paint Cos., Savannah
agents, 104 Con.reas. west.
PERFECT GAS MANTLES. ]<k- 15c
25. and t&c each: all guaranteed gas
lamps ihe very hitest make*, put un In
your off! r. store or residence; only 73
cents; If your old gas burner* need re
pairing and overhauling, telephone.
Georgia or Hell, and we will do til.- r. :
A C. Price A Cos.. Stata and Jefferaon
REDUCE YOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your fiord-earne.l hard cash
with tha Southern Grocery Company. 114
For sale at all Sews Stands
NO DIFFERENCE \
r LIEBIG 'A
_ COMPANY'S EXTRACT _
ITKEEPJ IT//TRENCTH .
and FLAVOR in GREENLAND /
V A r UNDER THE EQUATOR
. j 7 w ,*£
IS NOW II HOT.
You want to l. n tho rll right, and
thli l- Ihe *or wh< rt right thlnga r<*
alwav* to ht fount)
We have ill |!u**e labor-living device*
appreclnltd by the ludle*.
Our Ag.te Iron Ware 1* the kind worth
For the .-iopre t hing wedding* we are
Elegance and exelufdven*** or# th.
ohaia terhuicj* of >ur we l ling gift# de
The grent Uhbey K.ctor\, for whDh we
■tre exru*tve agent*. cntlnu<B to *eiul
u* TUB FINEST CFT GLABB I.N THE
We *how the large*! and moat carefully
refected mo. k of cut gla In llu etui
THOS. WEST & CO.,
II BROKiMTON STREET. W.
Plllt SO Y AL.
"DULL RAZORS' 'cause" SHARP
talk, avoid Istih by having your taxor
ground, honed, eel and tuo.le to shave
like near, by Ihe old experienced l.arl.cr.
2X East Broughton. Ilulr, J. welry and
Shaving Supply House, Ihe place for fine
rnxurs, stroje. and shavlftg ouitlts, barber
chairs for sale or relit, barber shops
thought and sold.
IS Ytr‘l j Tit I>N HAKE Kilt E-1 * ROO K ?
Stlfiel A Kreeman have a standing offer
of SI.(00 for evt ry safe of their make that
does not preserve Ita contents. One oaf,*
was In burning debris llli hours. When
taken out, the hose hud to be turned on
It When opened, not a |.ug* was discol
ored. not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed. If you want security, buy* u
Htlffei A Kreeman safe. C. P. Miller,
THE KKRNiTKIIE EXCHANGE. 113
Barnard s:reet. buy an.l sells .11 kinds
of second-hand furniture for cash.
HOW AIIOKT YOUR WINTER
clothing'’ 1.-t us put It In shape; $1 per
month. Sterling Pr.sslng Club. 19 York, w
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; It'* rich and pure; try
FURNITURE UPHOIsKTERBD. MAT
tresses rennv.it.-I. Anllque furniture re
fmllsbed, furtilturo packed ami shipped In
lesl manner. Send me your orders. C.
P Miller, agent.
BON!•! FI-OUR; S'-PtM'NIl HAG, •":
l.Skvn order with E. Moyle, 10 Broughton
street, east, or 114 Park avenue, east. J.
“if its ruos you want, you can
get them cheaper from McOllila.
special! an unlimited supply
cf nice willow rockers; l.tdlca' aise, at 12
J. W. Teeple.
' I AM NOW LOCATED AT “tit' WEST
Broughton; ring up IIM If you won, to
have your fundi ore moved or packed for
shlpm.nl or storage; I guarantee prices
the same as 1 do the work that's given
to rut A S. Griffin. 414 Broughton street,
west; mattress, s made to >ri. r
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing? let us put It in shape; II per
month Sterling Pressing Club. I'., Y'ork. w.
MILLER'S STOVES AND RANGES
give autlsfartluti The Mogtititlc, Econo
mist. Waldorf. King, and other good
makes at reasonable prices. 2U7 Brough
KEN S l NOTON ~Fa'i :M"M i I SCHfUN
eurpassed for rlchctlis; d*livery Is per
fect. phone. 234 T.
SEE MiI.I.EH FOR OFFICE DESKS!
office lables. off! c matting, office shade*
207 Broughton, wst.
WHEN YOU SEE MGILLIB BlXTT
fnch ri cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't help It, will sell In any quan
FOR FLORA I* DESIONS CUT FLOW
ers. p,arils and bulbs, from ta-le*-hlg’s
nursery; leave cnicr* wllh K. Moyle, in
Broughton street, east. J. Ourdti* r,
"FURNITURE MOrBD WITH CAKB. '
la a specialty with McGllila.
“MILLER'S NEW STYLES IN CAR
pcls. mat ing-, linoleums, window shade-,
etc All work done In litat-cia-s style. 207
“see THE jewel” STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. YV. Teeple; also
agent for In-urance gasoline stove.
“M’GILUB IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS,
loo* curtain*, hammocks, water cooler*,
pillows, pi tur**. stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every dew r I talon.
|l.4k buys NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last. Larg a-sortmen' of
rockefs, divans and easy chair*. C. P
H'tW AUDIT YOUR AVIN+ER
clothing'’ Id ti- pm I' m *ha|> . !! |>r
motiih Sterling Pi.-sing Club. 19 Y. rk, w
“KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In the country. !r." from city
drainage Impossible for milk lo become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pur. Jer-ey tn.lk. photo 2343 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
M OTLLIS MOVES. PACKS. SHIP*
end Mores |danos and furniture, beet work
•ally; no "Cheap-John" price#—no "Cheap-
1100 FOR YVOVEN YVIRE COTS,
while thty last. C. P. Millet, agent.
MGILLIS- LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
52.30 FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they last Wig assortment, all grades of
art square*, rugs, mats, portieres C. P.
MTU ELIS BELLS SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrna pattern*—for *0 cente.
HOW ARE YOUR FEET ? IF TOUR
feet are troubling you, call on me and f
will giva you relief; 1 cure Ingrowing
nails, corn* and all diseases of the feet
without pain; charg"* reasonable; can
give the bet reference* in the city; pa
tients trented at resiliences; 'rd#rs can
he left ax Livingston's drug >loe. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 2*3. Lem
Davit, surgeon chlropodtot.
$3.00 :&/ $3.00
The Shoe that is daily growing more
popular with Savannah ladies.
SMART SHOES. MANY STYLES.
They are perfect fitting, comfortable to wear and very
wt- have no shopworn shoes—relicts of past seasons—
but this fall's new, up-to-date styles, and we are the only
authorized agents in Savannah for Queen Quality Shoes.
GLOBE SHOE CO.,
HFI.P YY AXTKdX—MAI.K.
lIItItKI.AYKHS WANTF.I* AT <* AH
bail i N •' Flynt Hulidlng and Coustruc
t oii t omiaitiy.
U \\ I I l> •' YltPI N rKits AND
l.ib.'ff ut Park Kxten-lan Fall at 7
oi lo k W. .In. day morning Elks' ,'ar
HOYS WANTKI*; STRONG AUTIVF.
white Ih.vh. I. to Ik years of age >'ii ob
tain steady employment by studying a*
works of Southern 'ou|>any.
WANTED A THOROUGHLY COMI'F*
tint planing mill man. one wli.v under
stand.. setting up ind running planlnß ma
chinery; no other need apply. Ueppard.
Snedeker a. <'*.. lumber yard. Ilenry
aireet an.l H K. A W. Ity. crcx-alng.
WANTED I'IKHT-fI.AHS MACHINIST
at Mlngle.lorff A Cos s machine atioi>, .10
W ANTIC!'. HOOKKKEPF.R, STENOtl
raplt. r. druggist, laundry machinist, bah
ers bricklayers, mill man. lie choppers,
rvpres- an l pine log ehoppera. sawyers,
orange packers. Ilulter, Jl7 West Hay,
ailil I.l* YV I.IIKb-lgktLK.
"wanted! wiTmT imtL to do
. ,sitting and g. ra ral housework German
prof, rred Apply -'H*k Hull street, neat
Seventh sir*. I.
WANTED. PAPER I'I.oWER MAK
rr ,. fan bushels (lowers wanted at Elk*
headquarters, corner latterly and Hull
\\ INn D first clam cook .
good wag.-a lo right party. Apply 111
Waldhurg street, west, with referrn.es
\ SETTLED WHITE WOMAN TANARUS, >
ire for Invalid >oy; must It*' strong and
have good references; good wages. Aiudy
I*. (1. t>x 3U.
WANTED, H <i P 8 E K F. E P E It 8.
clerks, stenographers, companions, lailles'
maids, nurses, cook* laundresses, sal
tte.-ses, • hambermalds; all parts of Flor
ida and South Oeorgb, Huber. il7 West
liny street, Jacksonville.
”|VANT. POSITION AS CLERK Oil
shipper, with several y*ars' experience;
can furnish l*est of recommendation. B.
W M , care News.
"wan TE ILP MHEH, FRA MI NO
stuff, ft.siring snd w*al her-boar'ling, to
ex. bang., lole for sam*. C. 11. Dorset!.
WANTED, To IH'Y FOR t'ASII A
nt. small house, either frame or Itrlck.
must !"• good location. A.klress Home,
care News. ___________
|F yot WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, IPs rich, pure and
_ ir you WANT A Ft. Acts TO PUMP
earth, dirt, an,id. manuys. He., fraa of
Charge (its! al city limits. hauUng over
hard road, writs or telephone It roam
Pros . corne. Anderson snd East Broad
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
southern exposure, modern convenience*.
31. t Jones, east.
FINE SOUTH room.’ FURNISHED,
for one or two gentlemen; every conven
ience. 22* West IJberty.
“ E I.EGANTI.Y “Fl : It NISII ED SI NGEK
or .I*.tlld. room, with or wlthaaß Ixiard.
.very comfort. I’rliYl* family. 3* llab
ersham. near Broughton
FOR RENT. ROOMS. FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, with or without l)oar.1; 3n5
“FOR RENT. DELIGHTFUL ROOM;
nicely furnlehf.l; all .-onvenlexoce*. use of
telephone, at 391 Oglethorpe nventie, west.
KOR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED
south front room; all conveniences; tic gh
lMrh.Md central M 5 I'erry aireet.
“FOR RENT. RtMtMS FURNISHED
OI unfurtilcli.'.l. Andy PX. I'.rry cl YY.
FI YTfi FUR IIEYT.
—uhhTZ?. flat AND IIAHEMENT
to small family No. 12 Jonea slreel. east.
“FOR RENT, FLAT tIF FOUR CON
rc.-ting rooms; every convenience, 133
KoR RENT FLAT OF 4 CONNECT-
Ing room* an*l bath; Gwinnett, west;
next to Barnard; inquire on premise*, or
of W. J Ml*- ally. Jr.
. j _ -
FOR RENT. 17 DUFFY STREET,
east, poseesslon at once. Andy Georg,,
L Gar,nan>. ag.nl. 1* Bryan street, east.
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
No 217 YValdburg street, easl. between
Abercorn and Uncoln, first-clam order
and condition, every convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen, YVest Broad and Bmughlon streets
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE; ALL CON
vt'.ilene, -. servania* rooms and stable. HJ6
Ninth s'reel. ea-d. D. R. Lister.
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE DWELLING
with all modern Improvements; In good
repair. 305 Jones, east. Kolloch A Screv
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE HOUSE
fronting .Yndersott street school. Aitplv
413 Amleraon east.
torn.-r YVhitaker and Llb.-ny streets. Ap
ply 15 Liberty street, west.
“FOR RENT, STORE. 113 MROUOH.
too street, east; foasesslon Immedlataly
■l o eevaral -I'd lilx r*idencra and
tints Apply A. Wyliy, 12 Bryan atreat.
FUR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR HALE. A LOT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy isrma, on Ninth street,
near East Broad; no city taxation. C. H.
FOR HALE," IXVTB ON NINTH. NEAR
Ea-t Broad, at l each; will soon be
advan-ed to 5223; when a lot baa been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. H Doraatt.
FOR BALE.~LOTB ON NINTH STREET
near Ko*t Broad; no city tsxe*. at 52>0
each; iwsnty-flva dollars cash, and sway
monthly payments. C. H. Dorsalt.
“RESIDENCES AND BUILDINO IvOTfi
for sale nil over th* city. Robarl R
Tatem. real aatate dealer. No. t York
FOR SALE OR RENT. 40-ACRE
farm with tmuse and out buddings. :n
good condition. Apply ST Btewart street.
at t-Ttox aai.K* this oar.
tr Y Til YI. OELFllttt.lt II til It It (O
Tt> day. Wednesday. 17th. Id o'-lork a
in telty timet u, the down freight ware
house of the above company, on Wes,
Bros.l str*e. at ilm* head of p.rry street,
I will sell m lols |o still purefia-ers th„
following unclaimed freight t'as.-s dry
go.uls dress good*. sh*a-s. hats, clothing,
millinery, blankets. | a re curtains, glove*.
hr.| llcklnr. X. laixes and .-addles tobacco!
I. sacks gre. n coffee, soda, soap candy!
■ •iti goods, vimgar. molasses, wrapping
paper fireworks, sewing machines, stoves,
tie king chairs, refrigerators, hardware,
ni.'kw computing counter scale, srhnni
desk- hooks, marline, plow points, heels,
wings, slides, etc. ac.; ,-olton gin, cotton
cropiter on wheels, hae*. tin jatte. sllvsr
plal.tl novelties, sawmill carriage, head
blocks, rolls wire, galvanised p|p*. whHs
o-ik baskets for cotton a.implea. <r for
gathering vegetables. an.l a large lot as
sorie.l goods J W. COM Kit. P. A.
FUN SA LL-kXAL htTATR
sirs*!, near Etsat Broad, have only been
sold to find class parties, rko will make
good neighbors, an.l none other can buy.
The terms are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other tn the vicinity
C H Doraatt,
"Tor rent™nlurjtkradk ,'OfL
tumes of all characters, from one .Vtilar
U| At Mrs. M. Iletlorlch, no Htate
" FOR RENT. TWO NICE HALLS
near Market, rent /ery cheap. M J.
I Style Murk'S square. f
~EHt RENT. MAIHJI'RRADE Cfltt:
tunics nf all characters, from rate dollar
up At Mrs. M. Iletterlrh, Ho Htate
LARUE WAHWHoI'HK AND OFFICH
for rent, corner llroug'ht.in and West
Hroad streets, formerly occupied by tho
Savannah Carriage and Wagon Cos. H. P.
ruk BALK— MIaikiLLAABOUI.
StIV REM. THE COt'GII KING! THY
II when your favorite remealy falls, at lie
bottle *i.filed t*> a gill of honey make* a
splendid mixture for Infants an.l children
BENZOIN HALM. MAKER THE HKIN
like velvet, for sale by druggist or at Hen
r> and A Iter corn Persse Drug Stores,
Whitaker and Tkvlor streets.
FOR SALE TWO VERY FINE COWS;
must be sold at once. II J. Doyle, Mao
I -.-It SALE Ml' IKS; LARGE,
smooth rnttlea and some <4ieap mules and
horse**. Havannuli Halo and Hoarding
hi'ggy road ary and harness
cheap Savannah Sale and Hoarding
terpentine' LOCATION FOR
sale, II crops firal year lasses, IXOgl acre*
round llmher. al 11 fat |>er acre; th per
thousand boxes for leaned tlmlwr; plenty
of timber to la* got. In five mties of rail
road; will give poewsskai now or at end
of season Addreaa Round Timber, eara
FIRE PROOF HAKES YVE CARRY A
finn line of fire proof safe* In etock at all
limes The I!riles can see exactly what
they are getting Our price** are as low
at manufacturers a*U It. with freight add
ed Partlea Interested, who wish a good
fire proof safe wtll do well to inspect
our etock. lJixm,i Bros, Llppman
••fink, ugenta for manufacturer*.
“for" sale”cheap aloon“con
nedett with bortier shop; must sell at
once, on account of going Into other
business; corner Itroughton and Houston
street, Savannah. O*.
SPniNGFIELD DArnY “IS NOTED
for having rich, pure mtlk. try II; you
will be pleased.
lost Ann pou.yd.
IA>BT. WHITE FOX TKRRGuTTfALE
puppy, six months old. black head, white
spot in forehead and single small bla -k
Stan on lank, answers name of Jlp. Kinder
reorarded If returne*! to Georgia Brewing
' I.IIST, DOG COLLAR; HEAVY
leather. stu*l*h'*l with brass knobs Re
ward and no question* naked If returned to
D. Taylor. No. 3UB Bay. east.
I>)HT. PANTS-BOARD ROLL. CON
l.lining two designs tor monument. Re
ward If reiurned to 22 East Bryan street.
SOUTHERN BOGIN; HATH ON
Him*' floor; first-class table ooand. 30
Macon street, cant.
“FURNISHED ROOMS. YVITH BOARD:
also laid*- boarders. 119 LBrerty street,
SPECIAL TO CITY STUDENTS-
Twenty per cent, discount to city
stud. or*. If enter soon. No money re
quired In advance. Not aatlsfled quit and
no pay. Draughon's Practical Btislneas
College, Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Bar
nard ami Slat* streets.
“THE PHILHHICK KINDKHGARTEX
un*fi-r xhe matiagemcxit of the Kale Bald
win free Kindergarten, will open Nov. 1,
at 302 Hail street, east; for particulars;
nd.lr.-s-; Mis* M G Backus, 304 Hunt
ingdon street, east
"SHGRTIIA ND.~TY I’EWRITING~ENG
lish branches. laxtln: careful Individual
lm*trootl.m. Apply for terms J. E. Haro,
113 Oglethorpe ave. west.
Pl.t' VIIII YX*.
lo your Interest lo let me give you an aa
ttmate on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specially, as I am
a practical plumber. No guess work to
era Is tiger your life. Wiggins, 'phone f*T.
Georgia or HeM
MINI BUASHI fi.
WE GIVE YOU EITHER IKIMhSTIC
or gloss Iln4h; perfect work. Forest CSy
lsiimdry. Park avexiue.
KOCH * SYLVAN. 45 WHITAKER
have Just received a large assortment of
small fancy gIM clocks. * *
NO BOTCH. NO HI MBKoT BUT - A
thorough painter, paper hang r and doc
orator. Taylxw. K of P Hall
WE CLEAN CLOTHES RY THE RK
•orclne antßrpttc process. Try us. New
York Steam Dye Works, Whitaker and