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EIVE supreme snark.
, M i:> |*LAV*IWO FOR A
M |-i i l U RH %TlOfe.
, , )(tl -itllrrrll to Hr Mpl •(
~ iy III* llrotbrr 1100
Mil , \(icrMarila Inlormall)
- l.ttter IMirlnß t!i
~r lit*- lliMt llhm Will Cele-
Mt Millwrir* With
, ciruilP it net u llonqort.
,i Hi* Ur *to Tu-nurrun
■* of Savannah ar* deter
, n their appreciation of
i.ir.il ujh*i one of their
...fuling a welcome to Mr.
. the new Snark of the
!?.< order, which wiil mark
iiwtory of Hoohooiiotn.
t ill die ln.at 1100 Hot** he
.Ipate. but the entire im m
..rtler. or aa many of them
upon to coma here.
•< join in making the o<ca
mle one. This wan the de
i at a meeting of the local
lie Soto iaat night,
of tiie Universe, it ahoulti
mind. i not only the supreme
order in the United Stated,
name implies, Is the head of
'hroughout the entire world
the leading 1100 Hoo men of
that a .lemon ft ration
ma le uj>on the return of the
.ok which will make him to
i-nor conferred uj*>n him in
*te<| by hu fellow members.
I. after the* recent nr a?ul
at Dallas. Tex . went down
visiting Mexico City and
i t interest in that country,
n Ids way home and is ex
arrive hero Monday. After
.-.-ion. it was decided at the
• night, that it would be im
• get up a celebration of the
,i; 4 i desired in the short time ln
lore Mr HtlUwell's arrival
tlso .igroed that a- Mr Still
i i • just completing a long and
• fume Journey that he would
;n th humor to enjoy an cx
. i perhaps exuberant demon
the part of his fellow mem
i .irdlnglv decided to postpone
11. ration uni l ! the middle of
when ihe Elks Fair will be In
a l when It will be |H>sible to
.• rnber* of the Hoo Hoo clan, i
f.'om Oeorgla. but from ull the
states * well. At this date,
r. or possibly earlier. It Is pro
kiv*• it 1100 Hoo parade, soar -
s has never been seen In Sa
ri- and which ft Is predicted
*#• f the tnosi attractive fea
' tn- Elks Fair The order will I
• ait In force in full regalia with
Insignia. Illuek cats will
’-.where in evidence and the au
rs will rloubtless appear In
iwn by nine Mack mules. Ev
■ In nines with the Hoo Hoo
- fi ling considered If d*ehable.
ii the return of the supreme
• 11 • i not pass unnoticed and it
• lingly decided that all h* Hoo
'ne city, numbering ahout sixty
'■l t*e notified to tnee? the su
•rk at the train on his r*um
*m> him home As he will hardly
ft 11v 11It • 11 11
time a smoker will be given
ding night, accompanied by
Mon perhaps when the supreme
give an jieeount of himself arvd
k cat will yowl their appro
•mg last night did not under
ip nut th programme In k
-id It WIS derided 0 call il
• t ’ all the Hoo Hoo* of the city
irt.ira of the De Soto for to-roor
for the purpose of entering Into
n-ideration of tb c lehrotlon
* proposed to give ami making
n preparations for the affair
r T E King who presided at th**
was Instructed to notify
• Bnark U. 8. Wllsm, of Al
ii • • action of the Savannah 1100
• I requ#-et him to convey the itv
• to .ill the Hoo Moo- of Utorg a.
■i number. In addition to this
. rouuoHted to notify the grand
-f the order with th r.quest
•( form# lon l>e puhll-tKM] to all
. <>f ih- order throughout this
• ting to-morrow night Indorses
• ii • m of the one hist night, s
**dly will, the Hoo liiKMi will
t* lay their plans for ti cele
'♦ ■ like of which hae never been
in B*tvnnnah. hih! which will
\ -irors to the Elks' Carnival
to talk about for many a day
In identtiHy it Is proposal I to
• xerclsee of th* day with ti
which the worthy Rtack Cats
iiemselves after th** labors
t itv IIHEVITIEO.
of ihe Savannah Branch of
work Guild will be held at B*.
eh Hall Friday afternoon.
>1 Ituiiroud will hoid Ita "Old
at the company'* down
it* house, on West Broad street
<• irt of Ordinary yesterday T
h m flU’d an application for
o*-y upon the estate of Mary
Waters was granted temporary
' imlnl-tratlon upon tM* estate
1 Waters, colored, by Judge
Naughtln and a number of del
i'H and trade unions will attend
•‘on of the American Federa
r w hich will be held In Louis
• I '' ing Dec. 6.
•*f the Fourth District Club.
m °ti that Is supporting Mr
L to succeed himsr lf a* m.ig
Fourth Militia District, will
-h at ft o'clock at labor Hall.
'ant* m emscarce In Ravnnnah
nt None of the court* Is In
‘ h* nee no rases are being tried
Income a matter of remark
iMon or paper of any kind Is
office of one of the clerks.
r "uig small hoy of Savannah
t 1 a use for the usphalt.*d
for which they wart
tv ' r 1 He hah learned that us a
! n** himself on roller skates
surpassed and he enjoys
f vry afternoon.
‘" m Murphy had the mls
t ’ rday to loose a hunch of
• on the Ogeechee road, or
• hear Second. There ar*-
iron m i two ferns* at
‘W brass chain The finder
tn with the desk sergeant at
w t> ..
'• -1 Of Wnyrro,, nifrl yerter-
* c ’KUn Constipation
LS|*TOWacm_#* urn the
rlpeflS bov> dteor-
I | I ■> XXdpr .-r* quickly and
* “ l>< rmoiK-nlljr.
SANK WORD WITH WOMEN
Are you startled by every little noise? Does the prattle of children
annoy you? Does the creaking of a chair or the slamming of a door
make you feel as if you would fly to pieces? Does your life seem a
failure? Are you frequently cross and ill-natured? That condition indi
cates that you are suffering the torture of “female complaints’*. You
get no sympathy —because others don’t understand your suffering. They
only know how you become nervous and excited with little apparent
excuse. You have probably tried many remedies for irregular menstru
ation, falling of the womb or leucorrhoea. But you gave up in despair
before trying the right one. We call that to your attention to-day. Wine
of Cardui is a positive cure for all female diseases. It rehabilitates the
unstrung nerves and strengthens the delicate and sensitive female or
gans. Menstrual disorders are the bane of women’s existence. But with
Wine of Cardui so easy to secure, it is the height of folly for you to go
on enduring the torture and dragging ills. Do not allow these terrible
diseases to steadily drag you to the grave. Time makes them worse.
Wine of Cardui relieves them quickly and permanently. Try it when
the first symptom appears. All leading druggists have SI.OO bottles-
v I have suffered untold pain at menstrual periods fora long time; had headache, and
J JL **red all the time; was nervous; had no appetite, and lost interest in everything; in fact
f ' was miserable. I have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardui, with Thedford’s Black-Draught
| when needed, and to-day I am entirely cured. I cannot express the thanks I feel for what
t. y- J 'Qr? yytlMjr In rAqatrlan tpacltl directions, tddrM., Rtrlng symptom.," Th* Ladi.'
(yWv W-ap i. ■... Advisory Dpp*rtmnl,” Th. ('hntuoooga Mmllolm Cos., Chnttnnoogn, Tenn.
day hi* fnr i in bank
ruptcy. Th* hankrtipt *how that he l
Indebted to variou- unccurfs| f r*dltors.
In various *fotc* of the country. In th*
total sum of $1.671*.53, and that ht- ivh
amount o SO3. Of the assets h- a*ks that
$37 worth of wearing apparel he exempted
under the provision* of the etate law ;
Two or three of the creditor* of the bank
rupt are Savannah m*n
Mr L. C Read of Atlanta 1* registered
at the Pulaski.
* Mr. S B. Wight of Atlanta Is a guts
of the Pulaski.
Mr. T C. Parks of Macon Is a guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr. S H. Moyd of Pembroke Is a guest
o fthp I’ula.kl
Mr*. I. T. M-Call h* rrturnr-1 frO:n
Mr A R. Rolwrlr of Ogorrhro lr rosl
torod at Ihr Artvw
Mr Jam. * Council of Hl?r*lon Is rosls
ter.*) .( the Pulaski
Mr. R. glmmomt of Stalcuboro If regi*-
tcrMl at the Pulavkl.
Mr. W. to Phillip* of Loulavllle i* a
ffii. s, of the Pulaski.
Mr N\ H. Thomson of Cor del c Is rct:-
leterr-d at the !-ula>kt.
Col. A R. Utwton left via the CenTal
laM nlcht for Atlanta.
Mr J D. MeUregor of lit. Vernon Is
a truert of the Hrreven.
Mr. J J Heekliam of Jacksonvilk If
r<sUlered ttl the Screven.
Mlrr C. 8. Hardee left via the Plant
Syelem yesterday for New York.
Mre 1.. C. Bank* nrrlvee) from New
York yesterday on the City of Augueta.
Mr and Mre O. W. Owen* arrived frra-n
New York on Ihe City of AwtuMa ye.ter
Mr T. J Bottom' of Th tnarvlile was
among the arrival* at the Ije Solo yester
Mr. Clifton M Tilton has returned to
the city after plewaant vlett to Chttr
Mr and Mrs Cooper Myers left via the
Seah>rd Air Line yesterday for New
Mr L. O Btarbuck. a well known law
yer of Orlando. I* rcglsier.d nt the Pu
Mr 11 w Talmer wa a n-rer on
the City of Augusta from New York ye
Mr Adolf Rondhelmer his returned tn
lh elty after spending the summer tn
Mrs. N M Plmer was a passenger on
the City of Auguata front N w York sew
Mr. ami Mrs J. R BlWldOn arrived
from New York yesterday on the City of
Mr H. A McEaehern of Waycross was
In the city yester.luy a guest of the
Mr. and Mr*. W H Simmon* of John
.on Station were among the arrivals n
the Screven yesterday
Mrs. Chas Matks t expected In the
city to-day from Atlanta wher* she hn
been on an extended visit.
Mr and Mrs. 8. Herman and Mr* M
S Herman were passenger* on the City o
Auguata for New York yestetdav.
Mr Allen Sweat lef li t tight en n
business trip through Middle Oeorgl i 11.
will he absent for about two week-.
Messrs. Charles K Shore. J c Hunter,
and John C lluee of Allsn'n were am >n.-
the guest* Of the Puls ski \< *M*J
Miss Alice Maxwell, aft-r a plea-ant
visit to Mis* Bffle Blood worth, will leave
to-day for her home at Montesutna.
Dr and Mrs W. F Aiken r.ttirne.l
from the North yesterday They -neff
H p<cmhcr an! Ilia laa two w- elu in M •*-
Mr*. A O lifting** n<c 11- rvh.int
am) daughter, of Morristown N Y .
arrive.) yesterday morning from New Yotk
on the City of Augusta, en route to Palm
Mr. and Mrs Lester Hubbell nd Mr-
Porter who have h.-en si-endlng the * ini
mer at Mr Hubbell's summer tome, The
Willows. In Pnsdtlln. N Y returned yes
terday morning on the Cltv of A tue 1
Mr and Mr* Hubbell will l>* • hoo. ai
No )01 Oglejhorpe avenue wrest, aml Mrs
Porter will spend the winter with her
daughter. Mrs I. T Hubbell. at Haber
sham atreet and Park avenue
Bully of Batleavnrers.
A meeting of the local tTnlon of Chrl-I
lan En.k-avorers was held la-1 night at
the latwton Memorial amt wa- very w-l
attended. The meeting wsa called a "bet
termsnt meeting" because rh< mrrnter
plerlged themselves to do belter work in,
Ihe various lines lepresented Id the
church and lu the endeavor society ,;
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1000.
1900 LIQUOR LICENSES?
THIRD (|l % UTERI. V *T\TKMI :%T.
C'liy nt Brivannah.
Offloe < l* rk of Council.
Kavannfth, Oa.. Oct. 15. IW>
Th* following iilpnalM’tlcul li*t of p*r-
S’on* llc*n*f*<l to **ll liquor t retail urvicr
provi item of **ciion 12 of tax onrilnanc*
for I<o. WILLIAM V BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
A&endorf. Fred, corner JcfTeroon ond
Vnfh r>oti, Jo**ph N. t 39 Randolph atreet.
a\hl*. < harl*. Ray and Ah*rcorn atr*e*-
A Oram*. M. D. f 42 Bull street.
Anglin. Thomas. Bryan and Barnard
Alley A Kelly, Bay lane, near Bull
Brodrnan, J. D., corner Bolton and
Barlow, Hu* tn L., 211 Houston *treet.
Badeffhoop, J H a. E (i., r>23 West
Beckmann. George. 112 Whitaker street.
Bernstein. J.. 211 Ht. Julian street.
Ranger, H. H . Oge*cheo road, near
Belford, W. T . 1523 Bull street.
Broil man. O. I>.. 234 Randolph street.
Reyiagh. Thomas F., Harris and Esst
Brlnkmann. H. C.. 226 Bt. Julian atreet.
Bok liminn, D., Charlton and West
BriNtfl s€re* t
Bohn. H. N. C„ 235 East Broad street.
Blenges, Fred, 119 West Broad street.
Bulck-n. John, agent, Taylor and West
Bluesteln, J A Cos.. 221 Congress street.
Bookhoop. F. H.. Bay street extended
Bohn. J. H. A., Alice and West Broad
liar hour. J 8 F Henry and West Broad
Brown Bros.. Anderson and East Broad
Rouhan. Wllllavn. 661 East Broad street
Brickman, Charles. 34 West Boundary
Boley. M.. 129 Congress street, west.
Bummer. M A., Randolph and Berry
Rummer. Patrick, 613 McDonough
Branch, 8. W. Cos., Broughton and
Brown. W B , 238 Brynn street, west.
Rewan. J O . cor. Bull and Best sts.
Connery. C. P-* HO St. Julian atreet.
Christopher. George, 102 West Broad
Cain. Patrick, corner Bay and Wes#
Cnrr. John, corner Houston and Bny
Clemens, If. K.. corner Wist Broad and
Cohen. M G. A Cos.. 221 Bt Julian street
Cooley. Thomas, corner River and West
Corbelt. w F.. 23 West Broad street.
Cooley. R., ’.22 Harrison street.
Cord**. John F . Montgomery street and
Crolian. J F.. Bryan and Whitaker
rh.vmplon A Evan*. 1M M’**t Ilrnfi't
Cnttlngham John ■outh*nnl oorn.r
Drayton ' ,n,, Brougbton *ir. •f*
roUlnrhnm. John. MS llroughgon ,tr*l.
runnlngh.vm. R. W. Mr*.. Taylor and
Ea*t Rroart *tr*t*.
Dall-y A Cos.. No. 1 Firm ,ir,^).
I,(. rk* A J , corner Whltak-r and
Drcaon. H. E.. Btewart and Wll,on
I)l*rk*. W. C.. 3*l Whllakf-r ,trt.
Dr*t. Georg* “"9 Wei! Rroad alrmt.
Delgnan. lanl*-I. <* Indian atret.
Dl. r*. Wm . Ltlw-riy and Wet (Iroad
Dnyl< M J Mark') aquar*
Danmark J. M . 1T Farm a-r**t
EHrllch-r. Max. lot Ea,t Rroad *trct.
Klrhholt. s . 1012 Cemetery *tr*t.
Ktchholx. E . Liberty anil Kaat Rroad
Ent-lman J F . M Llheriy atreet. ,aat
Elalngi-r. T . 41 Drayton atreet.
Egan J J . *4! Weat Rroad mreet.
Knt'lman. A H. 7M> Kaat Rroad atreet
Ka*terllng Whleky Company. Planter*'
Kaaterltna Whiaky f'ompany. Liberty
■nd Kaat Rroad ,ireafs.
Eakrdor, W H . 4k> Weat Broad atreet
Ehlere. George, M 7 Indian ,treat.
Egan. M . 117 Ea.t Rroad atreet.
Eat End Grocery Company. Broughton
and Ea*t Broad atreet*
Evan*. John T. A Cos. 11* Congrc*.
Frf'long. F . ’AS Ray atreet, eaat.
FitlgeraM. Tho, E . 117 Weet Broad
Klchr, John F, Rlvar and rarm
I * htenk.imp. Henry. 6J) Bay De*t,
, w *
Gerken. L C. Mr*.. Price and Gwinnett
Grimm, Albert. Olllotl and Wet Broa.)
Grimm John H.. ITeetdent and Drayton
GefTken. H. H.. Rroughton and Price
Ollden. Thomas. 25 Ray atreet. west.
Glide,. Net 1 . 124 Broughton atreet. wc*t.
Glide,. Neil. 13n Rroughton street, eaat.
Grewe. F W E . Ogrrclee road.
Gerken. Henry, egt,. 71S Wheaton street.
Groot. Theodore, Jefferson and Liberty
Goodman, 8.. 43 Farm street.
' Galina. Jo*. A, 9 Drayton atreet.
| Garlelman W H . Randolph and Ogle
■ l)er(ie nventte.
| Oi telnger, M. A A Cos.. West Broad and
Gaines. M . I>4 Jefferenn street.
Graham. C. F , Pulaski Hou*e.
Heath. C. P.. 3SS Jefferson street.
Horrlgan, John, Rryun and Houston
Hesse. Herman. 134 West Broad alreets.
Heilman. J F . *34 President street, east
Heilman, C. H . 23 East Rroud.
Herman A Rt renthelt. 1* Barnard
Harma. F. A . 444 Tattnall street.
Hotchkiss A Nevtß. ltd Broughton atreet.
Hapman. AH. 319 We*t Rroad street
Harm*. John D . '<34 Holton street, east
Hart Francis, 11 Jeffereon street,
lllck*. R. M 21 Congreer street west
Helmken. J H . Liberty and Whitaker
Jachens, F. H.. 3K Price street
Jackson. Andrew. 42 Whitaker street.
Joyce. James J , East llrond and Wheal
Jcrnlgan, E. 0.. Zubley and Lumber
Jones. George H . t West Broad street
Kaiser. J. T . 1311 Hull street.
Kuck. John. 412 Drayton atreet.
Kurk, H. F.. Anderson and Abercorn
Krncken. Cord. Ray and West Broad
Kon-tnonn. C. 11.. 333 Farm atreet.
Klene, Herman, I*4 Bryan atreet. west
Kaln. M F., Weat Broad and River
King. George F.. 210 Broughton street
l-ang. N.cholaa. 39 Barnard street.
Lankenau. J. H , Liberty and Randolph
Luerssen. C. F., Broughton and Eaat
lainge. Herman. 232 West Rroad street
I.evan, Charles H., 11l Congre** streak
I.ubs. John F.. corner Liberty and Hab
Lynch. John, Taylor and Whitaker
Lynch, W TANARUS., agent. Lumber and Bay
Lane. James. Price and Oglethorpe ave
Lyons. John A Cos., Broughton and Whit
Monsees, C. H, Hall and Jefferson
Meyer. J F . Ml 81ms street.
Metncke. P A. corner Farm and Bryan
Mendel. Carl. *Ol Liberty streat. eaat.
Meyer, John. Randolph and Anderson
Murken. J H.. Ray and Farm street*.
Murken John. Thunderbolt Road
Meyer. J P , Farm and Bryan atreet*.
Manning P. 23 Itny street, east
Mullins, Jno. *3O Indian street
Morton. Peter, 212 Broughton atreet,
Martin A A Mrs . President and Ran
Morrison Sarah, SCO Oglethorpe avenue.
Mendel. A. *O2 Liberty street east
Mercer. I. B *. w cor. East anj
McAlptn, T E S2 Price street
McCormick, Wm . *2' Indian street. *
McGuire. James 20 Farm street
Mcßride, T F.. 525 Bay street, east
MrOrath A Hansford, 37 Whitaker
McCarthy. M F. and W H., 31 Price
Nell. Otto W., 303 Congress at., w.
O'Brien. C A . SI West Broad atreet
O’Byrne, James, Montgomery and Bay
Ohslek, John, corner Hay and W
Ohslek, Chaa.. 29# Reynold* etreet
OH, P J., 21 Broughton street, east.
O'Keefe. J. Mgr, southwest corner
Broughton and Drayton streets.
Paulson. N.. estate, corner Barnard and
Peter*. N F, northeast corner Bur
roughs and Park avenue.
Pc car son, Paler, tn Bay street, east.
Paced. E V , I* Broughton street, east.
Perry. FLA Oo„ foot of Bull it., cor.
Remler, R.. Llherty and Drayton street*.
Rentier, H , 1919 Wheaton street.
Hausen M . 434 Congreea street, west.
Rlpke. John. 229 Drayton street
Raskin. 8 . 735 West Rroad street
Ralnts. F. W H . Indian and Farm
Reilly. L, Mr*.. 12* Rryan street, west
j Rocker. John and Bro, P)1 West Broad
Rorntseh. M. A Cos., 3ft* Broughton
: street, west
Rouse A Harris. 49 Barnard atreet.
Huy. W. H.. agent. 211 Bryan street,
8. hroder. Geo , 1002 West Broad street
| fiohroder, H'nry. 401 Broughton anal,
Sleni. D . 839 Jones street, west
Kulllvan. Jotm J.. 10 Bryan street, eaat.
Banders. Philip. Bull and Bet streets.
Btellje*. (Jeorge, 802 Gordon Mreet. east,
Btelnmari Bros . 44 West Broad streat
Kllvcrsteln, David, 232 81 Julian stie-t,
Behnaars, F . Anderson and Whitaker
Scbuenemann. D. 11., East Brood and
Btellle*. Henry. 301 Oglethorpe avenue
Schwarz. George, 316 Congrees street,
Stem. D . Second and Whitaker street*
Suiter. Henry. Montgutncry and t.lberty
Slater. J. C„ Congre#,, and Jeffemon
Schultes, flux, corner PHco and York
Stahmer, John, corner Ann and Bryan
Scherer. J H . 127 Weal Broad atreet
Steffen*. Henry, East Broad and Ogle
thorpe a venue.
Bohloltetberg D. Prlee and Hull street*
Stile*. Josephine E IP! IWiy street, west.
Speight. W. G . Ufa Bolton strael. wee.
Slater. Ja* F . No. 11 East Brood streat
8 ay. J W . Agt . No. 339 Weat Broad
Stelljes. A . 215 Hamlolph street.
Sam|>enn. Peter, Mj2 Bryan streat.
Schwarz. Geo. Cr. Congreae and Whita
Smith. W. T. K.. 412 Congress atreet,
Schnaar*. 11. J. Jonea and Wilson
Savannah Liquor Company, tn Congro**
at riel. weal.
Schwarz. Casale. Anderson and Atlantic
Schtirman. J. C., *l7 Broughton streat,
Stlvarlua. O E , 342 b Bull street
Sheftall. Solomon. 25 Barnard street.
Semken Henry. 2 East Broad street
Schiller. W manager. 17 Hay erraat.
Sullivan. John. 16 Congress street weat
Smith. W H., M 7 Liberty atreet, east
TayloJk J K . I'n i ar .I ogethorp# ave
Trauh, IL, West Broad and Orange
TletJen. Jno F.. 22f> West Broad streat*
Tb-nken. F J.. *3* Liberty etreet east.
Tholken, Geo II . 172 Arnold street
Toussalnt. Chas., Price end Oglethorpe
Travers. E . Screven Houm.
Yerukl. Ell. 42 Barnard airset.
Vollere. Wm. West Broad and Taylor
Williams A Grier. 340 Weat Broad atraet
Welti, H , 223 Eaat Broad street.
Winter. A . 144 Barnard street
Wolf leruls. 423 congress street, west.
Wcllbrork, J F.. 524 Jefferson street.
Whiteman. Jas K 610 Oglethorpe ave
Wood. A H 342 West Broad street.
Watson A Powers, De Soto Hotel.
Wade. John TANARUS, Oglethorpe avenue and
Wolters. H J.. S3* Broughton street,
Wallace, W M . No. 9* Stewart -treet
Woelgen. Henry, Ogeechee road, near
Ybanes. E. D.. 196 Bay atreet, cost
DONNELLY DRUG C 0„
DRUGS. SEEDS. ETC.
Mall order* solicited. Ball phone C 73
P. 8 -Sand for free sample F. A P
Empty Molasses llogalaeada fas
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
OLD NEWSPAPER* W> for canto, ari
Bunlneaa OSlca AAumlag News. _
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONS.
Twice the price could buy no better.
LIFTMAN 15K05., Savannah Agents.
112 Broughton Street, West.
Some confusion in arranging stock, but well pre
pared to take care of our customers.
We don’t know all about the Furniture and Carpet
business, but our thirty years' experience with the trade
of Savannah is sufTicient guarantee that we know SOME
THINGS. Call and be convinced.
LINDSAY & MORGAN
The Old Reliable.
FRENCH CLARET WINES, and
GERMAN RHINE and MOSELLE WINES
and FRENCH COGNAC BRANDIES.
All Itim On* Win*, md Uqtiora at. Imported by ua Ur |Uu dlnol Itaa
lb* fmm In Kuropt.
Our Si. Julian Ciarai Win. from Bvm(. Uupunl A Cos of Bordeaux.
Franc. i. on. of th.ir atwclalite., aid on. at eitremely low prio*.
Th* Chateaux LraovUie. on. of llwlr aupcnor CUr.t Win*., well known oil
over tbo tinned kiai*>
W tko carry In bond Claroi WVoi from thin r.lebr.led firm In uiko.
Our Rhln. and Morell. Win** .ro Imported from Martin Doula, 7rtak>
tort. Oormany. ar. lb. beoi thoi • ant to tb. United SlMot
BODF.NHKIM la very fine and cbo>.
NIKRBTKIN alao very oot
Wn'GIHCIH v.ry eholc
FUUBN'THAL oelwiod grape* eery elegant
LIEBFRANMII.CH quit, colebr .tad
MARI OHHUNNER CABINET elonaoi and rara.
YOHANNIBBUROEP. I. perfection.
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TBUI.K and TINE FRENCH COGNAC BRANOIEB
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