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l . >ori! ,. t Cann. state Inrpfclor (tm
, . nracllce. r,clved from Qov.
aMj Ot • 11 *
~ y.urrday morning official nu
'(l) tu uppiove lh requisition, of
** j y .immondera for tho full amount
. lt „- 1t..'1 !>' ,and *** dlrn > for
,‘r, i lt> thi* la.’ carbine and rllle oon
, tor , am troops.
o.dance lth the authority thu.
" n , , , communication irom the Oov
. , . ' iinn will approve at once the
,e ,ei nr. rropcrly mado out by com
.nin.an.lrrr. Ihnt have been ml
nill be wrlcoma new. to those
wtd pin ipated in the state shoot. while
t£# jcn . n of the Governor wIU be approv
al :o *r. > by military men. but by the
yigplt oi the state generally,
3 t me ago Col. Cann di*co\rred
x ji th** amount originally appropriated
t%: th* payment of travel pay and per
a,<ni f participants in the rifle contest*
i.* • suffice to |ay mor> Hum 60 per
f<r o:t * e requisitions. It was not an
ti 1,4 *l. when the movement to hold the
cur.t<+i was inaugurated, that there
v>-!i “ such general response from the
i..-T. and the number of learns actu
. t ir:i' ipa ting in the contests prove*.!
4 *.,:<■ of mingled gratification and per
\ t Col. Cann. He was gratified
i . should iome and take part in
t et vM*e:s. but nt the Mine time he was
l>rjl \*d to know Just In what manner
t > r travel pay and per diem would be
iietsuse he was not able to approve the
requisitions made on him for the full
amount, col. Catin has refuse*! to approve
iii*m ’ ail. liiiHesd he made a trip to
Adant* to see the Governor and subse
l> made a formal application for the
i of the appropriation through reg
.r n iitaty channels. The personal so
li • us of the inspector general of rifle
j.r t have had their effect, as is evl
j*t i i.y die authority to approve In full
j. • v* l from the Governor.
7 iction of Gov. Candler will be the
of general milkary congratula
i• i Th* r* is no form of military exercise
i *t is at once so practical and beneficial
•nd so inexpensive. The advantages that
i from state rifle practices are not
: ? • 1 to the actual participants. Those
! .rn by practice on the ranges car
ry this information luck to the other
iremUrs of their commands and in turn
imj art it to the latter. Thus the princl-
I • of rill** practice become diffused
c.r *ighout the entire body of the stale
would have been exceedingly unfortu
nt for k* movement to hold yearly
ore- -is nt Avondale, the success of which
! ’ n thought to bo assured, had the
•' • rnr.r refused to Increase the appro
fr nnd thus limit the payments of
I' :nf. ro about half of the actual and
f *vo ! <ble expense* Incurred by those
who ; rticlpaled In the contests of last
That, on the contrary', the
■iw r his seen fir to direct the ap
: r.v, a! of the requisitions In full Is a
t irre of corresponding gratification.
T • H.ivannsh mllitnry are not inter
at all in the Governor’s order. The
I m • to N* made by ibe state are only
ft th- ’tual traveling expenses of the
men •• r of tenths from n distance and
•u;tl cost of their meals while they
w* ) the city. ? iv.inn.ih teams w-ere
not. in ry event, to have any share In
% VIM %CiK OK BIKF.S.
Two >allor Who Kiirilhel Inn for
n 4 rontl on It is 11 airerf.
Two young Knglishmen furnished con
i h rabie merriment for a crowd at
I r tughton and Hull streets the other
r. l it They nt>peare<l to be Junior offl
■ from aboard one of the Hritish
trampt in port- and had evidently come
► r- for a good time. Having Imbided
they had secured a bicycle each
•f. i prepared to tike In the town. A
*4:l r al*o.ird a bicycle is always a novel
but when he attempts to carry a
f*rc■* of hurr‘om goods along with him.
|- tnaihie In store for somebody
'!m* it proved to l>e for the mariners
Tb< mariners hove In sight from around
Congress street and canw* down Hull un
far full sail, though In a rather ehoppy
hr* , i- and attemplei! to cross each other’s
rvirs* nnd at Hrotighlon street the re
* * was a collision. The steering g*ar
of on** machine was knocked crosswse.
’i this ap|eared to be the only damage
v got up. nothing dismayed at the|r
tni*hnp and proceed*d to get under wav
or t least endeavored to do so.
H* proved to be a matter of some diffi
was a big stout fellow and the
” a “ftviller man. The large man’s bl
>• • rned to be all right and he made
* flforts to remount, but with por*r
foul’s Anyone who has seen an Intoxl
r c#.j indivklual trying to g*t a latch key
wry small k* \ .* •• in th**
•>r Dm moraine may bon
H funny, but It Isn't a clrcum
i • to seeing a drunken man trying
• fii.d tii. s-t.-p of a bicycle with his foot.
r s* versl fall, however, the big man
1 in getting aboard nnd sailed
”°* n Hull street. At State street he made
** , ‘ , lh ‘ tack and shot through the
* Urtr ' f du *he sUlewnlk. He n* -omp!|sh
v v.ig* siiccesafally am! gave n
.,s he hit the asphalt on the other
*ut the whoop came too roon. There
r kcr ahead. In Ihe shai>e of the
' !l v and here he came to grief again,
hurt" m ® n i * Hick was tin-
dler man was unable to get his
•r straight. ’’Now look at the
handle." he would exclaim, but It
4b<* ■ " finally paxiceeded down
' ftcr his ft bnd on foot, towing
J U W, -Tcle behind him.
Henih Of Mr*. C atherine Miller.
% * T9 '‘“Marine Miller died last night nt
lr Hospital, where she had gone
'k l*efor to have an operation
il. . r . m ' *’ Th, ‘ deceased was the wife of
•♦•v/J Ml,, * r of ***Hundorbolt nnd
, 1, ll l ler Husband, three sons.
Wx *h, ;* wni Thunder
n.rernoon. the Interment being
r J> ; .Th, rwtmony will Z
HOSTETTtiiv m ' n^ m
Thl* n<l not
b ‘ lf you try
|. th, Btttcr*. It
P|C°MCH gfi cur,* th,
. I 1 |r. *” qnlolcly and
* * permanently.
I can’t get wet in J
the “In -er - seal
' even if deliv- J
ered in a rain Qj
The " In-er-*eal Patent Package ” B J yty'
/, defies damp, dirt and odor. Keep* H
' in the natural erispnesa nt cracker, Pr (Cv I
f biacuit or wafer. Soda Biscuit, Milk
Biscuit, Butter Crackers, Saltines, x\
Banquet Wafers, Sultana Fruit, Ora- B
j ham Biscuit, Sea Foam, Oatmeal Bi- B/ '
' cuit. Ginger Snaps, Handmade Pret- B /
zelettes. Vanilla Wafers, can now ■/
1* bought in tlie “In-cr-seal Patent jy
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Mt*lC CU B’S I I IIS T MKETI.MJ.
ll<*llshtfQl I'rogrNiiinir Hrmlrr*4l In
ll* Soi* Drimitix Boom.
The flrsrt meeting of the Savannah Muffle
Club for thin a .-on wan held In the draw
ing room of the I>e Soto i*4 night. There
win a large attendance of the member* of
the club ami nn ex ellent programme of
muxlr ww* very delightfully rendered.
The club received an InvitatkMi to une
the Liwlon Memorial for it* meeiing*. the
invifntit.n being extended through Col. A.
U. Igawton. The invltalfton was accepted,
and the next and vutacquenl
meeiing* will be held there.
U 1* anti Stated that (he une
of the organ In 4 h* memorial hall, which
is* thu.N ina<4 |*>jjdbie. will be of material
a*ftistance and give zutetantiwl pleasure
to the club members
A number of new members were eJec?*d
at last night’s meeting At ihe meeting
next month the club will elect officers to
serve during fho coming year. The fol
lowing in the programme rendered last
1. "Queen of the Earth’’ rinsutl
2. "Hong of a Heart" *1 unison
Mrs Silva- Ten Male.
3. Adagio from Sonatti in C. 4>p. 24 ...
4. Cavatina fr<n "Serr.iramide’’.. Roasinl
5. "! Would That My Dve". Medelssohn
Miss linker r.d Miss Morgan.
KICKED AT lilt II Vi (j IS CASAU
Clisalirth M avliinicton Didn’t Want
tt on Her Property.
Elizabeth Washington tiled suit for 3300
damages against the county of Chatham tn
the City Court yesterday. The plaintiff
sues not only as an Individual, but ae
inivv.- for some half .toxin others.
The plaintiff claims that the couny has
trespassed upon her property, located tn
one of Ihe country districts, and ha* con
structed a drainage canal through It.
Whenever thr ngen of the county' found
It necessary they cut down Ihe timber
on the land, and they have succeeded. It
Is asserted, tn considerably Impairing the
value of the properly.
Beside* the Inconvenience that the con
struction of Ihe canal ha* occasioned the
plaintiff, she declare* thot It ha* destroy
ed the value- of her property for Ihe pur
pose to which she originally put tt. She
had used It for raising rice, but the canal
drained th*- land so thoroughly that since
Its completion Ihe crop tlould not be grown.
The plaintiff wants damages for the loss
of her crop for two years.
All of Ihe varloua acts of trespass
which are complained of In the plaintiff*
petition are said to have been commit ted
without her convent oral against her wish
es She think*, for this renson. that she
Is entitled lo have Judgment not only for
the nctunl damage she ls suffered, but
for punitive damage*, based upon the
wrong* she claim* to have suffered at the
hand* of the agents and employe* of the
W ASTED A DEMOCRAT.
I uriune llsthlnslnn Think* Hcpab
11,1*11. Vlmuld Accept Col. Lester.
Rev. Fortune Washington write* the
Morning News, reiterating hi* assertion
that Bryan. Liberty and Mclntosh coun
ties will cast their voles for Lester. He
la pastor, he states, of the larg
est colored church In Bryan coun
ty nnd is also pastor of the
Haconton Baptist Church In Liberty coun
ty Hl* people know him and will do
what he tell* them, he says, and he pro
poses lo tell them to vote for Col lister.
Washington charge* that the Republicans
did their best to get a Democrat to run
for Congress and when they failed in thla
the)’ put up Mr. Leaken. He thinks tha#
ns they wanted a Democrat first they
might a* well nccepi Col. Lester now.
HELD rOR FURTHER EVIDENCE.
Supposed Murderer of Conductor
l.nlllntorc Mill In the Barracks.
Henry Howard, colored, who was ar
rented day before yesterday. because
tnought to be the man that murdered
Conductor Lattlmore of the Southern
Hallway, near Brunswick. Is still In th
barracks, where he I* held pending In
fotmailoti that will enable the arreatln
officer* to determine whether he Is th
man wanted or not. Tld* Informal!©*
will come from Macon, ard Is aspect*!
within the next day or two.
Death of a Little One.
The frlenJ* of Mr end Mr*. Jame* S
Canon sympathise with them In the death
of their child which occurred at Guyton
THE MOKMNG NEWS: FHIDAY, OCTOBEK 19. 19(K).
Dot IIT'S ITS PRACTICABILITY.
Mr. Morrell*! Opinion of 4le Hire
Whro th*' promoter* of the consolidation
of the rice planter* come tnto thl* unction
of the rice producing country It In likely
they will have o produce home tangible
evidence of their ability to carry out
their *cheme before they will be able to
Intercut many planter*. The lyiullcato'p
rexpori*tbt)i!y I* not doubt* and. hut the
planter* will want to proceed In a fftrlctly
husdnex* way in a matter of nuch inqiort
ance to them
Mention of the syndicate* ha* ben made
previously in the Morning New*. Ii claim*
a capitalization of over I7.CXO.QQO. nnd pro
pose* to take the entire r*ee outpu at a
specified price for four y4r*. Among
the large rice dealer* in Savannah who
have considered the proportion of the
syndicate Is Mr. \v. G Morrell* Spook
ing of the scheme yesterday. Mr. Morrell
‘T believe the plan a g<v“d one if I*
could be carried out a* It* promoter* *eem
to delre. Still. I do not believe ihe r! e
planters of thla jtn'flon would c*re to sell
them*elve* nnd their crop* for four years,
and especially without positive usmirance
that th*- syndicate will live up to It* con
tract. Ae It I*. I k> not understand tha'
the planter* are protected at all. The
syndicate require* the planter l " to exe
cute a bond binding them to furnish It
their crop, but It dm* not give any se
curity for the |M*rformunce of It* part of
the contract If the promoter* * ow that
they are backed up by the fund* they
claim to have, nnd nre willing to secure
planters against nny refusal to tak< th -
crop, the matter would Ik* regatdel In a
"Under the plan a* proposed it look*
like the planter* would he the gliners, nt
least for the lirst year. After that th
syndicate would run up prices, and would
tiegtr* to reap the profits It expects from :t
t'ornerlng of the rice crop. Objectioni
arise to entering into the plan widt h call
for close investigation on (he part of
CLEAHHG 4IP DaMKIA.
Director* of Cotton I'.iehniigr Itec
nin mend n New Hule for Adoption.
At the October meeting of Ihe director<
of the Cotton Kzchange yesterday U wuff
decided to recommend .1 rule heirlng on
the clearance of vessels to the next meet
ing of the Kzchange. The director* recom
mend the adoption of the rule, which I*
a* follows: 1
"When a contract is entered Into speci
fying a certain date of clear.ince ft shall
be understood that the word 'clearance*
means final clearance of vessel end cargo
at Custom House, and when such clier
ance 1* effected, the name of the \en>el
shall be removed from the freight black
board of the Exchange."
To become effet live Nov. 1.
It hns been customary of late to clear
vessels at the Custom House on what Is
known as the ’•preliminary" cargo, the
balance to lie entered on the manifest h
It Is load*d aboard ship. The date of
i c fir* : .1 r w - u • h* g\ i
the time the vessel cleared Under the
terms of the new rule p will be seen that
the object Is that vessel* shall no: i*- re
garded nn dented until they are ready for
sea. A clearance will mean under the
rule a clearance of the ve.-sel and cargo.
The directors also fixed th date of the
annual meetings at 430 o'clock on the
afternoon of Nov. R yearly.
AMUI/rCI) AT M!(%V OROI'Xn*.
White Hoy Connected With tlie Gen
try 4 wmblaatinn 4 ut n Ncj&ro.
Clyde Chandler, a white boy 11 years
old. was arrested yesterday morning
charged with aa-*awiring and cutting Hen
Smith, a colored boy of about the same
Tho affair occurred at the show
grounds of the Gentry Dog and Pony
Show, with which Chandler ls said to be
connected. It was brought about, ac
cording to a spectator, by Chandler order
ing SmMh off the tongue of one of the
wagons on which he was sitt.ng. Th**
colored boy moved, but with 111 disguised
bad feeling, muttering as he went This
seemed to anger Chandler, who, follow
ing him. accuse*l him of cur* ng. and cut
him sXh a small knife Hmtth was taken
home and hi* arrested and sent
to the Barracks by Patrolman Evers.
First nid Foremost
'n the field ot medicine I* Hood's Rarsap
irilla. It possesses actual and unequalled
nerlt by which It cures all and seases c tus
d or promoted by Impure or impovi-rish
,l blood. If you have rheumatism, dye
;>eps a. scrofula or catarrh you may take
Hood's BarsaparllU and be cured. If you
>re run down and feel weak and tired,
you may be sure k will do you ood.
, The favorite family cathartic M Hood's
FOR HOMES AND HOSPITALS.
WllltK or Tills .%% ATM AH BH ANCH
or* tiii: ki:kdlc hoiik <ii iu>.
A kfrtlsx of thr 4* aI Id Will He llrld
This Aftrriioon I> W hlrlt Kvrry
body Interested In 4 hnrltnhle
IVurk Is Invited—lt Is Moped to
OrgMnlir fteetlons In lisrh 4 hureh
of the 4 11 > nnd the Menus of IHtlng
*t w 111 He Discussed—The Meeting
to He Meld at Hi. John’s |*arlsl
The Savannah Jlmnch Nwdl* Work
Guild wUI meet this afternoon at l
o'clock at St. John’s I'artsh llall. It Is
the desire of hc officers and members of
tlhs organisation to have present at this
meeting all ludies ihat are Interested in
charity work, irrespective of denomina
The object of the Guild Is to furnish
new, plain, suitable garments, to meet
!he needs of hospitals, homes, and other
charities. The guild was organised In
Philadelphia. Apr.l. IS&. and Is modelled
after a Society In England, founded by
Lady Wolverton. It is non-sectarUn.
The Needlework Guild of America Is
onmpOMHi of many organisations called
branches, ilrunche* may be formed any
where, and control the distribution of
their own garments. 4'ltle* having a pop
ulation of 25.0ft* and over are organised In
sections Any one can organise a section.
A section consists of proM lent, sec re.
tary. al bast three directors, and their
nvmbers. ai.d must return annually not
less than 110 garments. When ten sec
tions are formed, they sbal. be organized
Into a city branch by the election of an
honorary president, president, is ret.try,
and treasurer, for the entire branch.
Thre shall be i4> vice presidents, as the
section presidents stand In that relation
The president of the branch is a member
of the central bureau.
The Savannah branch was organized in
ISO Its officer* are:
Honorary 1 resident- Mr* I. I* Men lea.
President—Mrs lavid Wells
Vice President—Mrs. Max Wolff.
Secretary— Miss Jennie Wlllink.
Treasurer—Mrs. Fannie Prendergast.
The ladles who are Intereste I lit It de
sire io organize a section in each of the
churches in the city and will discuss
means to this end at to-day’s meeting.
The work is non-sectarian nnd non-d*
noninat lona I and It is quite likely that the
matter will !*e brought l**forc each of the
tulidsiers of the city and they in* askc 1
to further Its interests in their 4te e love
hurrhes- Steps toward this end will be
begun immediately as It t the hop- <
the Guild to Im- at' ♦ to distribute the gif H
of clothing, to those in need of It. bef r •
Thanksgiving. For this purpose only new
garments will be received.
PROF. UlAHtrn IHOW.
The Dog*. Pon le* nnd Other %nlnil
Are Jurl s Good * Wftr,
Prof. Gentry’** Ug ami pony show Is
l*ack In BavwniMih iirvl the chlklren are
happy. Every vhdt of Prof. Gentry only
adds to his fame .is the grentewt enter
tainer In the train***! animal line that ever
undertook to make the young fieople !ia|*-
py. Many of the okler ones*, too. go ami
enjoy these performance*.
Prof. Gentry ho* most of bl* old favor
ite* and a number of new at tract ion*
The dogs, ponle*. monkey*, elephant* and
other animal |erformers are all trained
to a remarkable degree and display Intel
ligence In the performance of their iHirta
that see me almost human.
The eniertaintmeits yesterday afternoon
and last night were largely attended an l
It Is needless to sny that everybody was
pleased. There will be two performance*
at the baseball park to-day. one at 230
and the other at S .I*> p m.. both of whic.i
will doubtless be largely attended.
Prof. Gentry will remain In Savannah to
day ami to-morrow.
Mr, Hugh F HfTmiMi 1* the courteous
press representative of Prof Gentry’s
show this season and Is one of the best
In the business.
TRIED THE 1.61 DATI M HOI TE.
Hut 6Vas llroiiKlil Hock tn Life and
Sense lo n Doctor.
Quite a romantic story which also has a
traftlc side came to light yesterday. A
young woman who lives In Ihe southern
part of Ihe cliy. on account of a true love
affair, which a* usual, did not run sm- oth.
became disgusted with life anil attempt
ed 10 put an end to herself Tuesday nig it
by swallowing two ounces of laudanum.
Fortunately for herself. a even she now
thinks, the trouble was discover'd b f ire
It had taken a fa la I turn, and a donor
with a stomach pump, aid other un o
mantle accessorke managed to rid her of
Ihe drug and seeure for her a longer time
on tht* plane of existence.
It til IHK TOIIKII MIS BADGE.
Heckman Fixed I p nn IRlMter but
66 ns rsuxltt Finally.
Charles Berrien, a colored hackmnn.
was arrested at the Central depot last
night by Patrolman Connally on the
charge of disorderly conduct. When taken
to the Barrack* It was discovered that
Berrien was wearing a hackman’s hadg.
thnt had been Issued In 1599. but on which
the date had been changed, very clumsily,
to 19dt H* will he called on to answer a
charge for this offense as well a* the one
on whleh he was arrested.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
“st\\TE OK GEoTigTa!’ CHATHAM
county.—Notice Is hereby given that
I will apply to the Honorable Robert Kal
iignnt Judge of the Huperlor Court of Ihe
Eastern Judicial Circuit at Chambers '
Savannah. Oa.. on Saturday. Nov. 10. las',
ot 10 o'clock a m for an order to sell
at iwlvate sole Ihe three-ilfih* (3-3) un
divided Interest of J H W Henken. An
nie Menken amt Gertrude Henken In the!
, ertain lot of land at Thumk?rboit, or War
sow. Georgia, bounded on Ihe north by
Warsaw river, on th< south by a street,
on the eaat by lot belonging lo M J Des
vergers and on the weat by a lot of kind
belonging to Henry A mhos, the same be
ing reetangular In width, having a front
age on the river of 99 feel and a rectan
gular depth of 309 feel, tt being n (lOrtlon
of the Tobias Turner tract of land f de
sire to sell this land because Ihe kind 1*
unproductive and the Income therefrom
uncertain ami It will be soid for the pur
poae of reinvesting the proceeds of th*
Guardian of J H. W Henken, Annie C.
Henken and Gertrude Henken.
Oct. 11. 1909.
F.e., Sept I*. 1900. Sealed prop)*,a. in
duplicate, for supplying material for. ami
bu. Fling steel framed tower, with shelter
fot Range ami l’osklon F'inder. at Key-
West, Kla . will be received here until
Oct. 22. I*oo. and then publicly opened.
Information furnished on application.
Thoa. H. Rees, CapL, Enfre.
•nri.l. KA/.Oltß'’ CM SI. HllAKr
talk, avoid both by havlntt your rasor
crounct. hom'd, sot .ml mutle to sh.ve
like ill's, by th- okl ox|iort<'ii''sl harbor,
SR E.it Krouxhion. Hair, J.wrlry and
Shavliik Subtly Houso. thr plam (or flnr
razors, slro|m and shavtnK oulflt., harbor
chair* (or salo or rent; baroor shop*
bought and void.
MORPHINE. Oril’M HAITDANUM,
coi'oalno habit mysoK curod. atil inform
you o( harmlosa, bormanotit homo euro.
Mary S llaidwln. Ho* 1212. Chicago
NOTIC*-|IH 1. A. SMITH IIAB (lE
movod hta itrntal ofTlco (torn T.i llu.l ,t
to ItH OKb-thor|ic avcv oaat, over KniKht a
IH VOI'R IRON HAKE EIRE-PROOF - '
Hutto! A F'rvrmati have a standing offer
of ti.timi (or ovrry sa(o of tholr make that
dooa not iHoitorve tta contents One safe
was In burning debris !U hours When
taken out. the hose had to bo turned on
It When opened, not a page was discol
ored. not a record tost, not a dollar de
stroyed. If you want security, buy a
Ktlffei A Krecmun safe. C. P. Miller,
HOW ADOPT Torn WINTER
clothing' let us put It tn shape. I: per
month Sterling Pressing Club. IS York w
YOI WIU. 1,1 KF. THE MILK FROM
Sprtugfleld Dairy; It’s rich and purs, try
KI HNITPRE t PIIoUHTKRKD. MAT
treset** renovated. Antique furniture re
fMtllshcv). furniture packed and shttrirod In
test manner Send me your orders. C.
P Miller, agent.
HONE FTsOPR. -POI ND lIAfl/Wr;
lewv orilor with E Moyle. 10 Uroughton
street, eawt. or 114 Park avenue, vast. J.
IF ITS RUUS TOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McOtlila.
BPECIAI,. AN UNLIMITED SITPI.T
of nice willow rookera, ladles’ aise. at C
J. W. Teaple.
I All NOW Lfh-ATED AT tit WEST
Broughton: ring up HW If you wain to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee pruca
the same ns 1 do the work that’s given
to me. A. H, tlrtfftn. tit llrouglnon street,
west: mattresses made to order
MILLKHS BTOVEB AND RANGES
(the satisfaction The Magnetic, Econo
nisi. Waldorf, King, and other good
makes at reasonable prices. 307 Brough
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
surpassed (or rtchmas, d* livery Is per
fect, phone, 2.146
HOW ABOUT YOU It WINTER
clothing' lei us put It in shape; It pr
month. Sterling Pressing Club, la York, w.
SEE MILLER KOR OFFICE DESKS,
office tables, office matting, office shades
Ltd Broughton, sveat.
WHEN YOU BEE M (ULUS’ BIXTY-
Incb cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't help It; will tell In any quen
F'oit I-l>>rtAl7 DESIGNS. CUT FlaOW
ers. plants nnd bulbs, from Oelfa-hlg'a
nursery; leave orders with E. Moyle. 10
Hroughion street, east. J. Gardner,
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CAKE,
la a specialty with MrOlllla.
“MILI.EK’H NEW STYLES IN CAR
pets, mattings, linoleums, window shades
etc. All work done In flrsl-c a style. 207
SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges (or sale by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove
kPOILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS,
lacs curtalne. hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suits*,
snd furniture of every daacritMlon
II t* BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they taat Large assortment of
rockers, divans and easy chalra. C. P.
IIOW ABOUT TOUR ‘ WTNTKR
clothing’ Ist us put It in sh*p~: I' p*r
month. Sterling Pressing Club, 1 York w
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In the roumry. free from city
drainage Impossible for milk lo heroine
eontamlnated. by Itnpurn odors: If you
want pure Jersey mdk. phone 2J De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
M OrLLIS MOVES PACKS SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture, best work
only; no “Cheap-John" prices—no ’’Cheap
31.00 FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS,
while they last. C. P Miller, agent.
MOILLIB LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
52.&0 FOR AltT SQUARES WHILE
they last. Rig assortment, all grades of
art squares, rugs, mats, portieres. C. P.
M GII.LIS SELLS SIXTT-INCH RUOS
—Ptnyrna pstterns—for M cents.
HOW AP.F: YOUIt FEET? IF YOUR
feet are troubling you, call on me and I
will give you relief; I curs Ingrowing
nails, corns and all diseases of ths (set
without pain; charges reasonable; ran
give ths best references In Ihs city; pa
tients treated at residences; orders can
ba left at Livingston’* drug eloee. Ruff
end Congress streets; telephone 293 Lem
Dsvt* •"frees ehlronodtet
j TTRTr r
tonta. N C. F’lynt Hultdlng and Construc
WE WISH TO ENGAGE A FINE. RA
pld penman for special work, to oth-ra
nml apply; call al one*. Also ia;d
nperalur on tyi>ewrller. Isdy or gc.it,
Can-IMx Manufacturing Company, 2*
Jioird of Trade building.
WANTED, A BRIGHT ROY TO
lcrn the wholesale notion huslneaa. Ap
ply 2!> Congreaa streel, wist
WANTED, TAILORS TO HELP ON
coat*. Apply at 1M Hull street.
WANTED. STENOGRAPHER FAMIL-
Ir with claim work; salary PL., etate ex
perience. Wallace, News offi'-e.
WANTED. GOOD STENOGRAPHER
and penman; experience In railroad work.
A'klres* P. O. Ilox No. 297
GOOD PRESSED WANTED ONE
who has hail experience; ref rcu e.
Royal Pressing (Tub, Whitaker and Hull
WANTED. A YOUNG MAN WITH Ex
perience In crockery and glassware, and
a knowledge of picture framing, stale ex
perience and salary. Box IM, Wnycros*.
“wantbdTan kneroetic maN TO
manage office In Savannah, good pay to
the right man. must give aur- ty bond, and
huve MOO In cash. Address National, care
WANTED. A THOROUGHLY COMl’E
tent planing mill man. one who un ier
stands setting up and running planing ma
chinery; no other neel apply. Hep, ard.
Snedeker * Cos., lumber y.rd. Henry
street and 8.. F". * W. Ry. crossing.
WANTED, BOOKKEEPER. STENOG
rapher, druggist, laundry machinist, bak
or*, bricklayers, mill man. He < hooters,
cypress and pine log choppers, sawyers,
orange packers. Iluber. 317 West Hay
wanted! TO DO
cooking and general housework. German
preferred. App.y 2101 Bull alreei, near
WANTED. HOCtEK E E P E H S
clerke, etenograp lers. companions ladle*
maids, nurses, cook*, laundresses, wal*
trsescs. chambermaids; al, part* of F'lor-
Ida and S*>uth Georgia. Huber, 317 West
Bay street, Jacksonville.
WANTED, CAPABLE GIRL FOR
general house work. Ltd Broughton *1
WANTED, FTIt.MHHED HOUSE BY
couple tdoet* In. let (*!>c, ,lon to boarding
family. Strangers, News.
W A IT ED— MUM KLLIHKIII'I.
'\VANTK and! LUMBER? ' ' FRA MI Nt J
stuff, ffootlng ami weaihcr-boardlng to
exchange lots (or same. C. H. Dotsctt.
W ANTED. To HIRE A HOUSE FOB I
month, for collecting purpose*, will fe*d
and care, stale prhe Dan. care New*.
IK YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from !*pttngfleld Dairy; It’s rich, pure and
IK YOU W ANT A PLACM TO DUMP
earth, dirt. aand. manure. ec., tree of
charge. Just al city limit*, hauling over
herd road, writ* or telephone Brown
tiro*., come. Anderson and Kasl Broad
FOR RENT. 3 UNFURNISHED
rooms, to paritss without children, $15(1
p r month. 2*2 East Houmlwry street, near
Plant Sjstcm de|ot.
"“NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
southern ex|i*ure, modern convenience*.
310 Jottes, east,
(PLATS l "It HUM.
““polt BiTnT KLAT/r?nr^TAS!KMENT
to small family. No. 12 Jons* street, cast
•■’(ill HUNT—HOt SKA
No 317 \\ attlburg stteel, east, between
Alwrcorn and Uncoln. first-idasa order
and condition; every convenience Hlghl
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen, W est Broad and Broughton streets.
for ih:nt. DESIRABLE DWELLING
with all modern Improvement*; In good
repair. SOS Jones, east. Kollo, h A Screv
FOlt BENT. 17 DUFFY BTBKF7T.
east, povfeeston al once. Apply George
L Germany, agent. 16 Bryan street, east.
“Tor hunt! sToiie sToitlTwest
lorn-r Whitaker and Lberty streets. Ap
pl> 18 l.lh-rty street, west.
FUR HI NT, STORE, lli BROUGH.
tim street, east; pease salon Immediately
also seve’al I-al, able re-,dances and
flat*. Apply A. Wylly. 12 Bryan streat.
Foil It HAT—MI At EI.I.AMCItt 9.
Ft nt bent! two
near Maiket; rent very cheap, M J.
Doyle. Market square.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND OFF'ICB
for rent, corner Broughton and West
Broad streets, formerly occupied by the
Savannah Carriage ami Wagon Cos. H. P.
Foil IALK-KBAL lATtI’E.
plus land -altertvttc sections, will cut U>
Im>xss to tin- acre; 3>j mile* from g<ssl
river triinsiKirlalion; duly slsamlsMl;
terms cah. Albert W. Gilchrist, Punta
fob kale, a lot fob two hun
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. 1L
FOB BAI.E/LOTiR UN NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, st I3uj each: will toon be
advanced to 3223; when a lot has been
paid for 1 can arrange to get a home
built C H Doreett.
FOR SALE LOTS ON NINTH STREET
near East ltroad; no city taxes, at OU>
each; twenty-live dollars cash, ami *a*y
monthly payments C. If I>ors*tt.
"“ft ESI I FENCES AND UCILDINO IX>TS
for salo all over the city. Hobart 11
Talem. real estate dealer. No. I York
FOR SALK OR RENT. 69-ACRE
farm with house and out building*. ;n
great condition Apply 67* Stewart street
roll SALE. THOSE IP rTH ON NINTH
street, near F7aat Broad, have only been
sold to ftrst-clasa parties. bo will make
good neighbors, and none other can buy
The terms are very easy, and they arc
cheaper than any other In th# vicinity.
C. H Dorset!.
8(V HEM. TIIK COUGH KING? TRY
It when your favorite remedy fulls, at 21c
bottle added lo a gib of honey makes a
splendid mixture for Infants and children
“benzoin balm makes the skin
like velvet, for sale by druggist or at Hen
ry and Abereorti Bersse Drug Stores,
Whitaker ami Taylor streets
1 on POUNDS SMOKED PEEK AT Be
per pound; very nice beef. M. J. Doyle.
FOR SALE. ONE LADY 8 BICYCLE,
and aim little girl's. 108 Brady street,
TUGBOAT FOR SALE OR CHARTER;
tug In good order, ready for work, else
39x22. surface condensing engine Apply
Reeve* A McTureou*. Charleston, B. C.
FOR SALE TWO VERY FINE COWS,
must be sold at once. M. J. Doyle, Mar
FOR SALE miles! large,
smooth mo lew and some "heap mule* and
horses. Savannah Halo ami Boarding
buggy ROA DC ART and iiahnksh
cheat! Savannah Sain end Boarding
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sale. 18 crops first year boxes; !2.to> *rre*
round timber, at 11 50 per acre. 3'* per
thousand boxes for leased timber; plenty
of tlmlwr lo lie got; In live mile* of ral
road; will give possession m*w or at end
of season Addr.os Hound Timber, ca *
KiltE PROOF SAFES—WB CARRY A
fine line of fire proof safe* In Block al all
ilfiie- The parties ran see exactly what
they are getting Our prlcsw are a* low
as manufacturer* sell |l. with freight add
ed. Pnrtle* Interested, who wish a good
Are proof safe, will do well to Inspect
our stock Llpptnan Bros., Llppman
Idock. agents for manufacturers.
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure milk; try It; you
will he pleased
Mill AMD Ftrt \li
LOST TIIIH AFTERNOON. ONE
gold ring, with teller "M" on the bark,
and from "8, S. ro It C.“ Inside, and If
found, return to No. 3 Gordon, west. Re.
word will be paid lo right parties.
FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH BOARD;
also table boarder*. U 9 Liberty street,
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL BE
to your interest to let me give you an es
tlmate on your plumbing, new or old
work; rupalr work a specialty, oa I am
a practical plumber No guess work to
endanger your life Wiggins, phone Wf.
Georgia or Bell
J TlT7rivE''lTn EnTIERnOMESTIC
or gloss finish, perfect work. Forest City
Leiundry, Park avenue.
KOCH & SYLVAN, 46 WHITAKER
have Just receiv'd a large assortment of
small fancy elle clocks.
NO BOTCH, NO HI MBPO! BUT A
thorough painter, taper bang r and dec
orator. Taylor, K. of P. Halt.
MIACKI.I,A IIJH I.
WE CLEAN CLOTHES BY THE RE
eorclns antiseptic prooaaa. Try us. New
York Steam Dye Wotke. Whitaker and
nil: ,-TAIt THAT I.EAlfft THEM
all; New IbrimeMp Machine, with ball
Lettrlngw I'enlon A Son.
FOR FISHING TACKLE. NETS, ETC?
go to Cornwell A Chipman.
CAIfL UP PERRY A BENTON! - IF
you are going to move shift or store fur
niture. Bell plume U-t
HAVE YOCK HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entlra
sa l-fa lion guaranteed Adams Paiat
“SANITARY PLUMBING, GAS AND
s'earn fitting, only experienced men em
ployed allow tie to give you a tlgisre on
your work. A. C. Price A Cos., State ah*l
Jefferson streets, phones, 958.
“WANTED, ONE THOUSAND llCN
gry p-opli at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, lit Barnard street.
•PHONE 1677. Fon FOREST CITY
laiundry They will call (or your Brian
GF7T YOCK WEDDING PRESENTS
at Koch A Sylvan’s, K Whitaker. They
are beautiful and cheap.
FOR PAPER HANGER AND I'AINT
#r get Taylor’s e ttmate- You won t rn
gret 11. Painters' auimlles.
ATTACHMENTS AND MACHINE RB
palr.d while you wait, all w< rk guaran
t-ed. I'or i*oor people free. Penton A Son.
“la DIES. HAVE YOUR FINK Cltß
pon and tailor made drewsee d(*—l by
new oxadye prorese. guaranlee-l mst to
shrink or get out of shape New York
Dye Works, Whitaker and tttate. ‘Phan*
FOR HARDWARE AND TOOLS. OO
to Cornwell * Chtpman’*.
“ PEBItY A BENTON WILL RENO
v,itc your old mallresses and furniture,
make aoo*l as new al very little cost.
WE SELL HEWER PIPE. FLUB
pipe, nre thy, fire brick al lowest prlcaa.
Adams Paint Company, lot Congreaa,
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
tn every *l*>li#r of your hard-earn(d hard
rash at the Southern Grocery Company,
lit llarnanl atreet.
PHONE 958 BELL OH GEORGIA; AND
let ue disconnect amt runnert your range,
repairs of any make furnished for your
stove or range; expert workmen only em
ployes!; can figure very rloss; A. Cl. Price
tv Cos.. State and Jefferson atreet*.
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK IS
being turned out by Forast City Igiundry
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
given |**rsnnal attention, al Koch A Syl
van’s, 46 Whitaker.
WALL PAPERS, PAINTS. VAlt
j .!■*' as kal'on In end g’.* and god
mrchnnlce. B*# Taylor. K of P. llall
SINGER NEEDLIS. THREE FOR
five rents, gill oil will) dogen free Pen ton
FOB RANGES AND HToVLN. Go TO
Cornwell A fnlpmnn
“PERRY A BENTON USE SPECIAL
rare In moving, shipping and storing
furniture; ‘phone 1124.
“OYPSINE 18 THE RF2ST WALL FIN
-1 i*h made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. lt Congrea*. west.
PF7KFKCT GAS MANTLES 19c Ho
35c ami 3&r each; all guaranleml gaa
lumps the very latest makes, put up In
your office, store or residence, only 75
resits; If your old gas burner* n*e<l re
pairing and overhauling telephone, C 4
Georgia or Hell, ami w* will do Ih* rest
A. C. Price A Cos., State ami Joffereon
REDUCE YOUR LIVINO EXTENSBB
by Investing your hard-earned hanl cash
with th# Southern Grocery Company, 119
For sale at all News Stands
sTfERICK'S SALK (F PERSONAL
STATE OF GEORGIA. CITY OF A
vannah-Cnder and by virtue of a dis
iress warrant Issued from the City Court
of Savannah In favor of J Randolph An
derson, ,aetd of estate of E **‘. Anderson,
Jr., acslnst Mr*, lb rtl a Smith, and by
virtue of an order of sole grunted by tho
Honorable Thomas M Norwool Ju-lae
of th# City Court of Savannah, on the I7'h
day of October, A I>. IFA). 1 U put up
and el pose for sale at public outcry on
the 2*tn day of Ortotier, A D. !>. within
the legal hour* of •* e. to the h u i*-st bid
der for cash, the folFrw.ng personal ptop
Ail that certain stork of gmal*. wares an I
merchandise contained in the store num
bered twe.ve (121 Br.'Ugh" n street, east.
In the city of Savannah. Georgia known
ns •'Gardiner'* Bnsanr,” consisting of toy*,
fancy goods, notions, Jewelry, florists' sup
plies. seeds, books, stationery rut ery. cu
riosities. birds, cages, hardware, Japnn.ee
goods, photographs, canes, and all oth*w
articles of whatsoever character or kind
contained In said stock of goods; nn! also
flslure*. counter*, show case*, rav <’> Iron
safe, rleek. chair*, awning, electric light
and gas fixtures In ami about said at ore.
Sold property Is levied on as th* pio.-
erty of Mrs. Berth i Smith, and will be
sold on the premise* at No. 12 Broughton
aired, east, ns a whole or In paresis or
iota as may be most advantageous.
K J WHELAN.
Sheriff City Court of Havanoeh.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Notice I* hereby gtvn to all person* hav
ing demand* again*! John Green late of
raid county, deceased, to preeent mem
t,> me. properly made out, within th*
time preecrtbed by lew, so a* to show
their chamder and amount; and all per
son* Indebted to aatd dccea#d are tre
qulnd lo make Imme Bale payment to
nn PATRICK O’CONNOR,
Cara O'Connor. O'Byrne A Hartrl-lge,
Attorneys at Law.
Savannah. On., Sept. 4, 1900.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Notice I* hereby given to all p>rs,lw hav.
tng ib mauds agalnat Kllxa Barrett, late
of sold county, deceased, to present them
o me piotxrly mode out. within ths
tlm* prescribed by law, an as to show
their 'haree'er and amount; and all per
sons Indebted to said deceased are re
qutred to make Immediate payment to me.
M A. O' BYRNE.
Savannah. Oa . R*pl. 4. 1900.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
H"*a Lloyd hit applied to the Court of
Ordinary for a twelve months' *u;-port for
herself out of the edata of B njamln
IJoyd, deceased. Appraiser, have main
returns allowing same
These are. therefore, to rR all whom It
may concern lo appear be for tta and court
to make objection on or before the lirst
Monday In Noyemt er. next, otherwise
tame will be granted.
IVBncss. the Hororah’e Hampton L
Ferrlll. Ordinary for Clathim county,
this the 11th day of October. 19,0
FRANK E KEILBACH.
Clerk CL 0.. C. C„ tie.
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