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WfLL BE FINISHED BY JAN. 1
i i.itrrH wmW m nooi. wiu
rHK B K hi, m for n'Piw
ii„ndieg nnn De
■ all 111 Ikr l*pllo.
Hoard IVni'r for the Rear anil
ti rd*r Ram for ■lther Hide Will
probably Be tbe Arniinrmfiil
Ileal l l lanMna Will Hr ProrlilMl.
llaHlcg I.IM . ClillirMi In the
(.oatlirro M-tlnn Will n RrllfV
ed—Little l hwnge In the
aeetlnn—Full <ar f Teachers
W*H >* O'* Secured fur Ihr Open
Tin- public *chcol authorities be I lev® the
Street School wIH he ready for <*•-
CJV uy on Jan 1. The biitldlnr l* to be
impoamg and ntt motive In appearance
The ixtertor. too. Is all that could be de
ftred the arrangement of the room* be
in* ell that could be .-isk*d for educa
tion. U purpose*.
Tile but kiln* I'ommlttce of the Hoard
of Education hua been considering a lew
lua'leei of detail regarding the finishing
of the IniHdltl*. One of Iheae cat at to
Uw fence that ahootd surround It. It ha*
toaan practically aif reed, because of the
fund* being Insufficient to e.lmK of the
mertructem of a fence of brick and Iron,
to bulk! one of board* at the rear ot the
school and plant hedge roar* on either
side. The front of the building abuts upon
the Sidewalk, so that no fence will there
The members of the committee rather
approv* of the Mea of a hedge The Anal
decision was left with the chairman. Mr.
las* Roy Myers, but It Is practically un
dsrstoud that the hedges will be planted
The plumbing and fixture* of the bund
ing wUi be carried out upon the liner In
dicated by the architect In his plan*
This means thot all will be of the best
material and the latest patterns The com
mit -C decided thot It would be better to
spare no exi<euse In this matisr. wh.rh Is
one of prime importance where so many
thS'lcu ar<- to be , ttre.l for. The sani
tary arrangements could not he better
than thus.' the committee will see are
provided for the school
With the o'tenlng of the school In Jan
uary. the children In the Southern se
tlon of tne city who have been uralde t
(retire 'duces In the schools In their own
ulrtrlcta will be provided with accommo
dations. This will mean considerable re
l.ef for the sltuailon.
.*4u|>crlntcndent Otis Ashmore said yes-
I lay 'tun Ibsrt will be pr.f l! ally AO
effect upon the schools In the northern
section, which will remain full. The af
te'n. on schools, now the ('hatham S hod-
Kos I and 1. will have 10 he maintained,
as the dßtance from the home* of the
ihlldren attending them to Eighth street
Is too gr at to a Imlt of their being trans
A conslderatde reduction In the walling
list thot Is kept by the *u|>erlnt*ndent of
the names of those desiring admission
Into the reh ol system will h pwKlb r
with the .;.*r,lng of the Ktghth Street
School, though, us Indicated this will he
only by the removal of the names of chi.
dren In the southern section and their sc
oommodatbm In the new bul'dlng
At the next meeting of the Board of El
tirutlon It Is probable that the question
of teachers for the new school will !<•
taken no On the waiting list of teachers
there are more than cn ugh names to pro
vt le teacher for the rlassas that will be
established. It Is Mr. Ashmore's opinion
tnat the school wdll not le opened to Its
capacity before next fall, as there will be
i . need for It. Some fogr or five classes,
lie believe*, will have to be established
It Is Improbable that a principal will
te chosen. Just at this season good teach
et generally have th*tr contracts that
Hnd them In their positions, so that It
might be dlfllcult to se" ure such an one
a' would be desired. It is probable that,
until next fall, the school will bt con
ducted under the direction cf the super
intendent. there being no principal In
tub in\o\ moi'immon.
Street* Tbrnash the Kqiilirm Fsv
The proposition before Council In regard
lo the Squares on ltarnard and Abereom
street*. coll* for rw expr.aslon of
opinion. on the part of cltlxen*. especially
those whose residence.* ate on. or ve:y
near those streets. I-Ivlng opposite on
of the square* on the former street—al
though not u trust lot—an t having given
the subject some study. I believe the pro
lajeed change a very desirable one
The squares—or as strangers call them
the llltle parks." have been looked upon
a* breathing places, made attractive by
the nne trees and the grass—lt a em* to
me that the proposed additions on the cast
Hid west skies, will but Increase their nt-
Those living In houees on trust lots
would be benefited moat. a by hovlnt a
Utsn In their Immediate front Insteal if
an unpaved street, they would be rkl of
wnat Is the greatest annoyance to all
I 'USfdteepcrs—a great deal of dust.
When I came to Savannah forty year*
i-o, if one had proposed so desecrating a
tMi.g as running a railroad through on
er the squares, he no doubt, would have
keen treated as roughly as were
t • foreigners in China hy the
I <ers, when the march of Improve
rs i made It necessary to run a
t road through some of their cemeteries.
1 t the squares on these two streets
h ■ already been desicratel by having
I't-et car roads through them To pave
i roadway Is proposer), so that vehicle*
ske m.iy go hy the same route, will In
. enienre no one. but on the contrary
savt many a tired horse a heavy pull
t igh the sand. s w>II a* exped *r
hu- ness In general.
P: must admit the need of having mors
s" t- pa*tl; I ran think tf no tm re
* bit way of accomplishing this on the
Street* named. Cltlarn.
Savannah, Oct. 2J. llkd
Mr J K Maner of Oarnett Is registered
’ tie Pulaski.
M It, -a Tallsy of Ohoopee Is a guest
af tire Pulaski.
‘dr. j. j, t-onoley of Valdosta I* a guest
*' ' ■ Pulaski.
Mr v I Webb of Abbeville la a guesi
*1 the Pulaski.
M- Wm. W. Kingston of Atlanta l* a
* lt f the Pulaski.
'!• • M Col. man of Hortow, Is rcgls
-1 at the Pulaski.
M ' T. J. James. Jr., of Adrian Is a
r ' ' l if the Pulaski.
I' Mitchell of Thomasvllle I* a
* '• f the Bcrevan.
s,r tt-'d Mr* H. Ashmore of Jesup are
*nm ( ,[ Uj-fpyep
N. N. Curtis of Columbus I* rea
ls,creq at the p U | B a kl
M’ Wm. Harden left via the Central
*!' r ‘!.ht for Atlanta.
"alter I> Nash of Atlanta Is a
r,,,, r f the De goto.
'' l: V. Douglas of Rrunswlrk waa
For Infants and Children.
file Kind You Have Always Bought
on the end of
v thefoUft. JR
No longer will the best n
efforts of the baker be
No longer will the house- Fa
wife complain of the
flat, soggy taste of
biscuit and crackers. D
It was exposure to air
that spoiled the bakers’ 9
It was damp and dust O
that took away the
delicate taste. On
All that is remedied
All you need do is to
remember the “ In-er
seal Patent Package.”
Tell your grocer that you ®S
want biscuit, crackers H
and wafers in the i'*
"In-er-seal Patent rj
He has or ought to have
Milk Biscuit |
Sea Foam *
Ginger Snaps * -
--all packed in the “In- ;;■*
er-seal Patent Package." ;
If he doesn’t keep them,
worth the trouble.
Jy foot for
wK tk,s S^AL ■
on the end of
among the arrival* at the Pulaski yester
Mr. E. J Oiler of Jle|d*vllle registered
at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr Samuel Hoffman of Charleston t*
registered at the Pulaski
Mr. and Mr* H Drew of Myatlc are
registered at the Pulaski
Mr. Ja*. 1.. Silva returned from New
York yesterday on the Tallahassee.
Mr*. M. A. O'Connor left via the
Southern yenter lay for New York
Mr A A Martinez left via the Sea
board Air Une yesterday for Tampa.
Mr. F. It Itu*k of Augusta tnu among
the arrival* at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. F C Foster of Madison. at among
the arrival* at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr George Ilaynanl of Ouyton wa
among the arrival* yaalerday at the Hu
Me**ra. 8 W. tVllllam*. It Luca* and
Ja* Mann of Atlanta are (tue*t of the
Mr W. Iterrlen Burroughs of Brunswick
wa* omorjr the arrival* at the Screven
Mr J H. Simpson wa* a pa*emrer of
the Seaboard Air Line yesterday for
Mr. A. H. Campbell w* a passenger on
the Alleghany, which failed !a*t nkght for
Mr*, Haslam wa* a passenger on the
Tallahassee which arrived from New
Mr. Jerome Eckstein, aon of Mr C.u
tsvo Kcksteln arrived In Savannah on the
Tallahassee yesterday and will make hi*
The marriage of Mr Jona* M>nlel to
Mt* l.lllle Sitverburg I* announeel to
take place thi* evening In Knlghta' Hall,
at 1-9- • K
\ i I.•• r,r ! Mt 11,. lin'd ,<P
called for New York on the Kanni
rny yesterday. Mr* lister will remain
North until the litlrr part of I)e rm sr
Mr Illchard le-ster wl.I return about N<>v.
Mr* Mory McOowan of Ohio I* vldtlng
h ,. r *la*er. Mr*. Ell-n M Oliveira. at Zkt
Broughton sirett, eaal. The two sister*
had been separated from each other for
nearly thirty years, and their reunion wa*
a Joyous one.
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24,1900.
Poncwt far Wi4iwly and Thinly
thwrgln. South Carolina. Eaatem and
'VMtnn Florida Pair Wadnesday and
Thursday, with light to frvwh southwsasrr
Yawsrday'a Weather at Savannah-
Maximum Mmpmnira 2 p. m, *2
Minimum tempera! une, t a .m 74 degree*
Mean tivnpnxtiw* 1 d<aiT
Normal tampmtture so hsrreea
Excesa of hmperature * dearer*
Accumulated cicnw since
Oov 1 *6 legrree
Accumulated excess since
Jan 1 130 degrees
Excoaa atnco Oct. 1 2.Wlnch*n
rwflclavy alnco Jan. I 7 7* Inches
Klvor Report—Tho htghl of the isavan
nah river at Augusta at 8 a m.. Tsth in**
rldmn lime, yeaterday. wii* 6 2 fe*t, a man
of 0.1 foot during the preceding twenty
Cotton region bulletin. Savannah. <a
for the twenty-four hours ending at a
a in . TMh meridian time, Oct. 2S. 1900:
Station* < Max 'i MAM
Savannah district. ITenxiTenvl talk
Ala pa ha, Oa, Cloudy . 67 TO ’ 2!
Albany, cloudy J *7 71 10
Amertcus. cloudy ' *2 70 j .06
Ilalnhrldge. cloudy | 82 | 72 1 T
Biolimn. pt. cloudy ...... B 1 II I
Port Oalnes. cloudy ; 80 i 71 23
•'.•Aliwatrllla. Fla . pt.c’dy 87 73 j .
Mtllen. Oa, pt. cloudy .. 8!* i 70 | .00
Jnltm.ui, cloudy I 86 1 TO
Savannah, cloudy 62 i 74 | 00
Thomasrllle, cloudy S3 73 j .31
Waycnos*. cloudy *7 73 j .no
•Received too late for telegraphic aver
Heavy Raina—Montgomery. Ala . 1.80.
(•oodwater. Ala. 3 at; Marlon. Ala. 2 10.
Athena. Ua., 1.50
|No. | -I 1—
fltn- iM.ix Min Rain
Central Station* |tlons;Tem. Tern.| fall
Atlanta | 13 7*l 164 ~'.66'
Augurta j 10 *2 88 .38
i harleaton I S | *3 i 68 .24
<lnlveaton j X j Bi> |S3 >
lAt tie Rock | 13 j 76 Ml >
Memphis jl5 | Til !66 10
Mobile j 6 | W | M ! .
Montgomery | 8 I 7t I 6*'* 158
New Orleans 15 , 89 | 62 j T
Savannah 13 | 85 | 72 j .13
Vicksburg .... ..... 10 78 j6O j T
Wilmington | 10 | 80 | 64 | ,16
Remark*—Warmer over the Eastern *lla
trlcta. and namewnat cooler over the
Centra I portion* of the belt. There has
been rain over the whole cotton belt, ex.
■opt the extreme waatem portion—heavy
Ohaervatlona taken at 4he some moment
of time at all statlona. Oct. 23. 1900. 8
p. m , 75th meridian time.
Name of Station | T. | V. |Raln
Boston, clear | 66 | 8
New York City, raining ,| 66 ! 33 | T
Philadelphia dowdy j 08 | 13 j T
Washington City, raining j 68 | 0 | .06
Norfolk, olenr | 72 | 10 | Pi
Hadcraa. pi. cloudy ...,| 74 : 8 ! on
Wilmington, clear | 74 | 8 j T
Charlotte, raining j 70 | 8 j 1.66
Ftnielgh. cloudy | 74 | 8 .60
Charleston, pt. oloudy ..j 74 J 6 | 00
Atlanta, clear I 71 j L. | .28
Augusta pt cloggy j 74 j 1* j .08
Savannah, pt cloudy ....[ 74 | I. j .00
Jacksonville, pt. cloudy j 76 | L. | T
Jupiter, clear I 80 | 18 | .00
Key West, clear j 80 j 14 j .00
Tampa, clear |7B 4 j .00
Mobile, cloudy j7B $ | .00
Montgomery clear ...,..] 76 j la | .01
Vlckahurg. clear j 72 | 6 j .90
N*sv Orleans, clear j 76 j 6 | .in
Oalveaton. clear | 74 ! 8 j .00
Corpus Chrtstl, clear ....j 76 | 10 ; .60
Palestine, clear | 70 | L j .00
Memphis, clear I 74 L> | .00
Cincinnati, clear I 70 | 12 | .00
Pittsburg. clottdy j 62 | 8 .68
HttfTalo. clear j 64 | 23 j .76
Detroit, cloudy j t ; 14 | .00
Chicago. p. cloudy j <r> 14 | .06
Marquette, clear j 56 | 12 | .01
St Paul, clear | 88 j 16 j on
Davenport. cloudy | 60 | I, | T
St Routs. clear | 70 | 1* J .00
Kansas City, clear j 74 | t | .00
Oklahoma, clear I 68 | 8 j .00
Dodge f3ty. clenr | 64 | la j .!
North Platte, clear | 64 | 6 | .00
H R Royer,
laics) Forecast Official.
The City Sinking Fund Commission has
advertised for six thousand dollars at City
of Savannah Honda. Issue of in. and
eighteen thousand dollars. Issue IW9.
Live Oak I-odg*. No. 3, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, will give a bull
Wednesday night. Oet 21. for the bene lit
of the paraphernaJla fund.
Circle No 7. King’s Daughters, will
give a lea at the residence of Mrs Robert
Olbhes. Second and Abercorn aireet*. to
morrow afternoon from 5 to 7 O’clock. The
public I* Invlled.
Mr J. B Duckworth Is preparing to
build a handsome residence on Fin" street,
east of Roll Application has been made
at the City Exchange for a permit The
house will be a two-story frame building,
with elate roof.
Judge Hampton I* Ferrlll, of the Court
of Ordinary, returned to Savannah, after
an absence of about two week." from the
city, last night The Court *>f Ordinary
will he In session this morning and after
noon and during the week.
The Tomochlchl Club will give a con
cert to tts members to-morrow night In
tts club house, at Charlton and Bull
streets. Rosenfeld’s Orchestra will fur
nish the music for the occasion, which
promise* to be a very pie leant one.
■ n m . t
To Explain Picture Making.
Mr W. H Webster, representing the
Nepera Chemical Company, will give a
demonstration of the uses of Velox paper
at the Savannah Camera Club to-night
Reside* the uses of Ve|ox paper. Mr
Webster wtil discus* the subject of plate
development and will give a demonstra
tion of enlarging processes. The lecture
and demonstration Is a part of the pro
gramme of Wednesday night entertain
ment* given by the club for the benefit
of the member* and other* Interested.
—Col. Frank S. Hastings, a retire! mil
lionaire of Ran Francisco. Is electing In
that city’s "Oolden Gate Park.” at a cost
of MONO, the largest flagpole lo the world,
XVI feet In height.
or PRINK IR THE HEHT WALL FlN
l*h made. Adams Point Cos.. Bavannah
agents. 104 Congreee. west. _
YOUR RANGE MAY NEED TO HE
connected or disconnected; If you wont It
done a little ehea|>er than somebody e;*e
will <k> It. or If you want plumbing work
of any kind done, cull on A. C. Price A
Cos.. State and Jefferson streets; ’phone*
~REDUCB YOUR LI VINO EXPENSE®
by Investing your hard-e*med hard cash
with the Southern Oroeory Company, 114
GRAYBEARI I CURED ME OF ECZE
MA AND INDIGESTION <iF LONG
STANDING H A JAHHEI.U LAFA
YETTK. ALA MADE ONLY BY BBS
PUSH DRPO CO . PROPS
For sale at all News Stands
Tbosaand* Bare Kidney Trouble
and Don’t Know h.
Row To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common gfars with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
. e. sediment or aet-
Ffjin tZiejT) fling Indicates an
'lcily] unhealthy condt
mfi tlon of the ktd-
U/\ VPlfT—r Il' neys. If It stains
J your linen It is
evidence ot kld-
JD *I ’ B t* / S. ney trouble: too
frequent desire to
t~pass it or pjm In
the back Is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed that Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-
Root, the greet kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part
of the urinary passage It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
durtng the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Kttot is soon
reahred. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists tnsoc. andsl sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that
more about It. both
absolutely free by mall.
Address Dr. Kilmer 4 n-. „r *-,.H,a
Cos., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
tion l*y dark long •vnlnj:fl
r M Kinky or Hryan will ir# i In—cn
b* bottor with 4 good pair of ftp**c
tacli* that will ckar tho vision atkl tnaka
prim plain !nd dlMln* . and thua taka
away tlifia old wrlnkltw au-*d by ftlraln
iiik th #-y#w VMon lni|*rovad or >->t a
*nt o:nir*r*xi for my jnMHh/ul-luok-fWing
e.<*g and apeo.taclaa. Fagtwft. 2b
iain Kro'ighion. Hair, J*w**lr>* and Bhav-
If.g Huppiy llonar Cuh given for ukl
go.d and atlvar.
NOTICE—t>R I. A SMITH IIAK RE
moved hk* demal ofllcr fiuin 24* Hu I *4
to 104 OgH-thorpe ave. east, uv*r Knlghta
•lrug aitora. #
RORBH, MM COLE. JIHT PROM
New York, with the latrat ntylw for *vm
I*k gowns, ladb’ft* dresftd-s and tailor*
made suit#. 216 Liberty, west.
THE PURNITU Kit F.XCHANOETTu
i4amart! (reec, buy* and aell* all kirnt*
of aeoond-hand furniture for uali
HOW A ROUT YOTJR WWTER
c4othing? let ua put It m *hai>e; ) p* r
month. Sterling Presnlng Club, Ik York, w
MORPHINE. * >*l I'M, LArDANUM.
tJiMjalne habit; myaaif cured; will Inform
you of harmlesa, permanent home cur®.
Mary 8. Baldwin, liox 12U. Chicago
OIL HEATERS, WOOD HEATER
.ioa| heater®, took ftov®* and range® Ba
ilable good® C. P. Miller, agent.
~A DV f:R TTBE M F7NTS RET~N CAI*-
ITALB WILL HE PRINTED IN CIaAR
oIKIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AI
VEHTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
IS YOtTR IRON SAFE FI RE-PROOF?
Slffe! St Freeman have a standing offer
of 11.600 for every *afe of Ihelr make that
doe® not prae*rve if® content®. On® fe
wan In burning debrl® 113 hour®. When
taken out. the hose had to ft>® turned on
It When opened, not a page w*a* dlecol*
ored. not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Stiff®! St Freeman *af®. C. P. Miller,
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; it'® rich and pur®, try
FURNITURE UPIfOTTERED MAT
•re**e® renovated. Antique furniture re
poll* hed. furniture packed and *hlppH) In
f#®t manner Sen*! me your order®. C.
P Miller, agent.
how adopt yoitr Winter
clothing'’ let us put It In shape; |1 per
month Sterling Pressing Club; 19 York. w.
“RONE FLOUR; 30-POtINT> HAO. 0r;
leave order with E Moyle, 10 Broughton
street, east, or 114 Park avenue, east J.
if its miem you want, you can
get them u4ie#p*r from McGlllle.
bpecial] AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rookere; ladles' otae, at 12.
J. W. Teeple. _______
Tam nowTocated at <l4 wSst
Broughton; ring up 11NK If you want to
hove your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage; I guarantee prices
the eame as I do the work that's given
lo me. A R. Griffin. 414 Broughton etreet,
west; mattresee# made to order
MILLER’S STOVER AND RANGES
give satisfaction Th* Megnetlc. Econo
mist. Waldorf. King, und other good
makes at reasonable prices. 3/7 Brough
KENSINGTON" FARM MILK 18 I’N
surpassed for richness; delivery Is per
fect; phone. 2346
MILLER FoR OFFICE DESKS
office table*, office matting, office shades
3117 Broughton, west
‘WHEN YOU SKE~MO!LLIS SIXTY -
Inch IP-cent rugs, you will buy them.
Just can’t heap It; will sell In any quan
HOW ABOUT - YOITR - WINTER
clothings let u* put It in shap-; ti pr
month. Sterling Pressing Club. 19 York w
FOR FLORAL DESIGNS. CUT FLOW
er*. plant* and bulbs, from Oelschtg’s
nursery; leave orders with E Moyle. 10
Hroughtegi street, east J Gardner, agent.
•FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE.’’
la a specialty with McGIHl*.
“MILLER’S NEW STYLES IN car"
pets, mattings, linoleum*, window shade*,
etc. All work done In flrat-cas* style. 207
Brought! n. west
irAnjjf LACE curtains'will
beautify your iwrlor,
“l WOULDN’T TAKE $lO 000 FOR THE
BENEFIT DERIVED FROM GRAY
HEARD MISS NANNIE JONES. AL
LISON. N C’’ MADE ONLY BY HER
PKSB DRUG CO.. I’ltOPS
M GII.LIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS
Tsr-e curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, atovee. hsdroom suits,
and furniture of every description.
SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W Tw.ie; ulro
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
Ml* BUYS NH’E RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last. l-arge assortment of
rockers, divans and easy chairs. C. P
KENSINGTON FARM 18 ON AN
elevation In th* eoun'ry, free from city
drainage Impossible for milk to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk, phone *346 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guarantees!
MGII.LIS MOVES. PACKS. SIIII*H
an t store* pbraoe ard furniture; lies! work
only; no "Cheap-John" price*—no "Ch*ap-
“’’GRAY BE Alt D IR THE BEST THING
I CAN GET FOR CATARRH OF THE
HEAD. MRP C J LAWRENCE.
SWAINBBORO, GA.’’ made only by
RKSI'ESS DRUG CO.. PROPS
GOLD FISH Ktc "EACH. II on' DOZEN
Ftsh grass for sal* hy J. Gardner, agent.
114 Park avenue, vast.
The ®nap of the cold cometh, and
cometb gu!- kb Wa ibowr
ami all other arvessorto# far the flrelAi>
THIB WKEK we tHTwr
THI: BARLER OIL HEATER
OUARANTBL EVERY ONE.
In I1 atxea, from 13 75 and upFwrria
The Itjrler la th* Ideal Heater for thl®
climate. It I® free from all the obJ*UMVa
of (hn ordinary oil httri
Conn* and extitilne th® Itailer.
Anorher shipment of
LIItREY CUT GLASS
We are opening the moat elagar.t lino
of novrltle® ever ahowu In the city.
THOS. WEST & GO.,
il BROUGHTON STRRPT. W.
pure cement c.g>ing for fi'iulig. four
f**et long, 14 Inchea btgh and nine Inchca
thick; eldearttlk emtiH, blialu* varlei
cokrv, o*'(agon and hexagonul; g**l
work arwl re*®aivat>le prkv, r*tf4-r* to
Mcmv* J H Emill, M J Salomon®, Wil
liam Keho® and other®. f*bop Whitaker
and I<et Afreet®. Ch®rb-a Hohci®,
"CUSTOM irut'SK SHADER. A PAR
rot and canary will be <Hpo*e<l of Thurs
day ®v®, k.fO o ck>4 k
|l.n FOR WOVfeN WIRE n>TO
while they la#t. C. P Miller, ugrnt.
t W FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they laat. litg aaaorttnent. all grade* of
art Nquare*. rug®, mats, portlera®. C. I*.
“krdiuUß sF.r.u> sixty fNru nras
—Smvrna pattern®- for W tent®.
TnvnnTißEMisktb sirr in
WIM. HP PRINTED IV TIiAR
HIFIF.D ADVERTWKWKNT COU’MN
FOR TWO tenth a WORD No AH
VKRTIBBMBNT TAKEN Foil I.EBH
~ " ‘
rOM'MBIA. H t\. EX(-TT*D. DR. <
W Randolph of At l*oul. 1* now at
the Albemarle lintel, curing th* most In*
veterate stutterer® l*i three dav® Col.
Wllte Jonee an-l many other® had hi®
mm* and nephew cured Many are rt>m-
Ing hundred* of mile® He leave® ‘ohirn
bla Nov 4 for Savannah. Ga Write him
w.th stamp He beats the world No bet
• GRATIIFARD OF HHF.tT
MATIHM I <'ANT PnAIHF IT
ENOUGH r. P. ( I.AKK. SAVANNAH,
OA" MADE ONI -Y lIY RBBPBBB
DRUO IN).. PROUH
golf are rotiß rSSf t “Ir you*
frrt ate troubling you, vsll on m* ami I
will gtvn you rvlpf. I euro Ingrowing
nsll*. •■ora* anJ all rll.ra*** oC the I'vu
without pain; rhargs* rraa>auil>la; ran
gtv<- Ih* beet retrrrner* In th* vlty; p
llrnts irnatvj at rsablnncs*. ordori ran
bo Irft at Uvlngslom's <trutr store, Hull
and ('otigr*#* atreeir. tel,phono 290. Dm
Dsvl*. surgeon rhlropxtla, t
~"<IRAYB®Aftb CURED ME OF BRY
HIPKI.AH ON THE DBG. WHEN
EVERYTHING EI.SE F All JED JOS
ROGERS. HPARTA. OA." MADE ONI.Y
ItY REBP EBB DRUG CO.
HELP W SVilUe-MAIIC.
BRICKLAYER® wanted at GAS
tonla. N. C. Flynt Building and Congtruc-
WANTED IKIY TO WOllitlN STORE;
Rfernc rvqulred. Dr. M Schwab A Son.
47 Bull street.
WAMTBD OFFICE BOY. WELL
recommended New York l>entai Parlor*.
107 Broughton street, west.
‘WANTED. A BTIIONO BOY TO
learn the wholesnle notion business. Apply
31 CongrssH etreet, west,
WANTED, DELIVERY BOYS AT
once, at 110 President, west.
'wanted, a BUTLER ONE WIT.I.
Ing to make himself generally useful.
Call after 9 o'clock Wednesday, at 233
East Charlton street.
“wanted. an experienced
young man In a dry goods store. J. Co
hen's. 116 Broughton, west.
“SALESMAN WANTED IIY OLDEST
firm lii the trade to sell to physician*;
permanent position; state experience fully,
P. O. Bo* 55*. Philadelphia.
“WANTED. PLUMBERS. |3 .V). llßfCK
layers, lit Ui, mill machinist, fllsr, ham
merer. laundry machinist, washer, IS,
board, bakers, tie Inspector, liooklseefw-r.
commissary clerk. Huber, 317 Well Bay,
HELP WAXI EP-yEBM®.
woman to cook und assist In housekeeping
at Thunderbolt Apply to Mr*. Schmitt,
near college. Th und* r I silt
“HOTEL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 317
West Bay, Jacksonville, wants help, all
kind*, for Florida. Georgia, Nassau and
Cuba, season 19ot>-1901 See lfuber for fur
ADVERTISEMENTS BET IN CAP
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN ULAB
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
MiK.vri W ASTED.
AO ENTS W A NTKI k-'’GALVESTON
The Horror* of a Stricken City," by Mutat
Halstead, fully llluntraitd, f.islest s-l||rg
bonk ever publlshesl, only II W; best term*
gu.irsnteed; outfit free; tie quick. J. S.
Zelgler A Cos., Chicago PI.
tXd a iTTess der ■ut^and
fl, manufacture and private trade e*|>er
lence; day engagement 11.6#. (No meals).
Louisa Yuellyn. Poetoffi'■
WANTED, Wll ITE 11 MIL WANTS
up-talrs work, no waliri * nor It lon de
slrrsl Addrees Reliable. Morning Nw*
101 N(F MAN W ISIIES TO CHANGE
position; Sve year*' experience In gro
cery business (Best of references). C. N.
T. ear* Morning Nsws
WANTED. BY STENOGRAPHER,
several hours’ work each day. Address
O. N.. this office.
"""nicely FURNISHED RimiM want.
ed at once by lady, between Oglethorpe
and Hurts, Drayton and Barnard. Ad
dress F J.. care Morning News.
WANTED. FLAT OF FOUR OR FIVE
nios-ty e-—'-c— l roe— *s s-esai. quiet lo
cation; preferably with private fe—.-.ly;
for young couple. Address A. U. C., care
that we had secured the exclusive agency for Che famoni
SHOES FOR WOMEN
ha® met with such a tmartv re*i*mee •• to give assunne® that ftiea® CseMfTDil erg
dur iNit hulie* rlhn'ii will win in H.iv.nn®h the jinn |-M>uk®rlty that bAi MlAnl
their inimdikdton In every clly in th** Un llr*l fkutra In th® nxUrulvt van® y m*
r!mw are style® for every uae ->*treet. dre® *, hour® and • itu.y.
#% FASHIONABLE ELEGANCE
IJIJ ABSOLUTE ease
GLOBE SHOE CO.,
iu RNtBIIED El-AT OF
3 or 4 rooms, bv tin* wark. AiMrrai st
ooio l| H, oaro Now*.
“.Vi.roF hit'ini:mi;nt \vjhh-
Ing to -,-l ths s iisrr tn Savarnsh. will
Isovti rhlldran Enadlsti, must' - or Franoh
for room anil txmrj tn fomfortulilo homo
Adairrs- Miss O'Haro, IAX> Nlnalarntll
*trr t. N IV . Washlngion. I*. C.
WANTED. TO PltUTlAffi A BEC*-
oihl h.itMl Ir. plan*. In |*(f's t solar, onns
plrlr; < apu.Kv four to #-vn ton. A*l
•lrrss P. O. lUix No. Id. Navannaah. G#..
w ith full partli ilUrs, |ior. ami whoro van
"^WANTED.Ti HUY W.flflO (>IJ> FHATII -
sr lob. leave orders or send a postal *ard
to IJki West ltrvan street. le-vrneun.
IF YOU WANT OrtOt) Mtl.K. GET IT
from Sprmgllvld Dairy, It's rich, purs and
“UASII PAID FOR GOOD RECON rV
hand oat *avks 212 West Ray street.
IF YOU WANT A PLACE To It'MP
earth, dirt. saml. manure, etc free of
charge. Ju.t at rlty limits, hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Hrown
11roe.. • ttr nor Andorsoti amt Rot Rro.nl
ADVERTISEMENTS HKT IN CAP
IT AI #3 WIU RE PRINTED IN t'LAt*
HIFIED ADVKRTTBKMBMT frtU’MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. No AD
VERTISKMBNT TAKEN FOR LIAId
W ||RIGHT. WITH
or without board at 37 Charlton street,
FLATS FOR ft TVS.
RENT. OF Pot’ll ROOMb"
furnl.hed or unfurnished, for talus'keep
ing complete. 114 East Überty.
%l,lt RENT? COMKrtltT A RLE" lIOUHE.
No 217 Wahl burg street, esst, between
Ahermrn and Unroln, flrst daw order
and condition; every convenience Right
rent to right tenant Relate Saloqt'in
Cohen. West Rtoad and Rroughton streets.
FOR RENT. DEStRARLE DWELLING
with all modern Improvements; in g<d
repair 30* Jones, east. Kullocti A Screv
""FOR RENT." 17 DUFFT BTREET.
east. poeeeeston at once Apply George
I. Germany, agent. It Hryan street, east.
TANARUS" RENT. 221 AND 223 BOLTON
street, east; these are gtesl houses and
location excellent Apply l<> C. A. Mrln
tlre, 4H Hoard of Trade building.
Tor hknt! rTorb bouthwicbt
corner Wbltaker and Liberty streets. Ap
pl) M Liberty street, west.
rok 11l XI-llt Kl.l.A3kOlt.
LARGE WAHEIIoUHB AND OFFICE
for rent, corner Rroughton ond Weet
Broad streela, formerly orl'lliplll tiv th-
Snvarihaii Carriage and Wegtat Cos. 11. P.
"aDVERTIHEM ENTS SET* TS? CAP
ITALS WILL RE PRINTED IN CLAA
HIE IEI i ADVERTISEMENT (X)LUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOIt MOW
FOR SAL®—REAL icHT A Tit.
ADVEHTISEM ENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL ME PRINTED IN uIsAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOIt t’WO CENTS A WORD NO All
VEIITIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
“forlale. A LOT foS TWO llllN
dred dollars, easy Isrms, on Ninth stress,
near Rust Broad, no city taxation. C. H.
EM It SALE.'“lots <)N ninth, near
East Broad, a* ** each; will soon be
advanced to 1235; when a lot hao been
paid for ! can arrsnga to get a home
bulls. C. H. Doraett.
FOB HALeTLoTH'oN NINTH STREET
near E**t Broad; no city taxes, at IJ
each; fwenty-flv* dollars cash, und easy
monthly payment* C. H. Is>rett
“RESIDENCES AND BUILDING I.OTS
for sal* all over the city. Itoborl H.
TsScm. real eetat* dealer. No. 7 York
"FOR HALE OR RENT sn-AURE
farm with house ansi out building*, n
good ronslltlon Apply B7X Stewart street
“FOR SALE THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, have only been
sold so first-class parties. V**o will mak*
good neighbors. an<l non* other can buy,
The terms are very eoay, and they or*
cheaper than any other In th# vicinity
c If Dorsetl.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
IT ALB WILL IIE PRINTED IN CIjAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
K>lt TWO CUNTS A WOflli NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
tun n >-kiM.siiU*k#n.
It when your favorite remedy falls, at 25c
Itotile aided to a gill of honey makes a
splendid mixture for Infants end children.
BENZOIN BALM. MAKES THE SKIN
like velvet, for sale by druggist or at Hen
ry and Abcrrom poraae Drug Stores,
Whitaker anti Taylor streets.
“for HALE HALF INTEREST IN - A
North Carolina summer resort. 11, care
“for SALE. NICE benches For
shoo stores; also two large sidewalk dis
play esse*. M. Dryfus, 111 Broughton
' St, west,
“PINK WOOD. - SIXTY-FIVE CENTS
load, two for *1.25. No. M 7 Itay street,
“TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sal". I# crops first year boxes; 13.001 acres
round timber, at 1150 per acre; D per
thousand boxes for leuaed timie-r, plenty
of timber to he got; In five ml4<* of rail
road; will give possession new nr at end
of season Ad,li.es Round Timber, car*
“fire proof SAFES we carry a
fine line of fire proof safes In stork at ill
time* Th* parties esn see exactly what
they are getting Our pries* ore as low
as manufacturer* sell It. with freight a<M
ed Parties Ini.resttsl, why wish a good
n?a proof safe, will tin well to Inspect
our stock. LI ppm an Bro#., IJppman
bkyok, agent® for manufacturers.
fom a stag—mixi ku t.xcoci.
for having rFh. pure mUk; try H; you
will be pleased.
ADVIJU nSEMENTB SET IN J*SF
ITAIdt WILL III: PRINTED IN CIaAM
HIFIED ADVERTISEMENT iRM'MN
Foil two cents a WORD no AD
V RETIREMENT TAKEN FOR
unt aivu nicini.
isOST. kTTII ok MONKV amount.
Wig (o ®lKy tftoikir®. Lllhtivl rnworrl If
r*lurn il to rt. L.nwlmni tWurf*. Havuiv
n®ti Hr* u lug (’unipAny.
IsOHI* KOITHKIiN RANK HOOK. Stf.
15233 Htulfr will return ftim* to
101 8t Jullitn ®tr®at, ®g®t aim! r®*®iv® r#*
1 H IT \ ni-AriC KNAMFeL AURA
fan Omagsi Imhlk**, nhH|® a m ill*®* rma,
ii.inif on hafk. A. W AokMMB,
ltrwont if r**turfi*<! to Nt. 307 Hull atr®®t
LOOT. ON WKPNKBPAY. A LADIKiY
gokl w.ifrh and iliuln, a g**®! mvard trill
ir iMitl If return***! to 23 I (rayton ®frr*t.
■ UIIXKM cSaSckT
ITAI.S WILL HE PRINTED IN CI.AS
RIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTIBEMRNT TAKEN FOIt LBSB
MODERN PI.CURING IT WHO, HU
to your Interest to let me give you en es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specialty, aa I am
a practical plumber No guess work ta
eetdaoger your life. Wlgglna, phene IVT.
Georgia or ReU
mat kU.sxMM x
ITAI.H WILL HE PRINTKD IN < IxAJE
HIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FDIt I .Eefci
“MR GIVE YOtt raTHim IKIMBNTIC
te gloss finish, pe-rfect work. Forest CRy
Igihaslrv, Park nvenue.
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
given personal attention, at Koch A Syl
van’s. 4t Whitaker
"AVOID THE RUSH LET ME HAVE
your sign worlr for Klka' fair at once.
Wm. Teylor, 140 Itarnard.
'WE CLEAN CLOTHEB BY THE RE
sor lne antiseptic process Try us New
Y< rk Sloan; Ly- Works, Whitaker und
THE STAR THAT LEAD® TIfWM
all; New Domestic Machine, with half
tearlnge Fenton A Mon.
FOR FISHING TACkLE. NETS. ETt£
go to Cornwell A Chtptnsn.
FIVE HOTTI-FJf “till A YBE>AHD
CURED ME OF RHEUMATISM OR
LUMBAGO. OF WHICH I,HAVE SUF
FERED FIFTEEN YEARS H O.
DENT, HT. SIMONS ISLAND, GA."
MADE ONLY MY HKHPEBH DRUG GO..
CALI. UF PKHItY A BENTON. IF
you are going to move, shift or More fur
niture; Hall 'phone 1124.
“HAVE YOl’H HOUSE PAINTED
with German reedy-mixed paint; entire
satlsfafllun guaranteed. Adame Faint
“WBLLBBACH GAS I.A MPB. Ci>f
plete. put up. only 73 eenta, ansi gusralt
tecd In save you ngmey on your gas bill;
you can alwaya find an assor’.menl of
mantels hern, (torn 10, 15. 25 to 3ft cent*:
dsai’t forget the place. A. C. Fries* A 00.,
Slate ami Jefferson streets; 'phonaa 454
WANTED. ONE THOUSAND HUN
pry psoplr at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, 114 Itirnard etreet
•PHONE ISIS FOR FOREST CITY
foundry They will call for your Unco
GET YOUR WEDDING PRESENTS
at Koch A Hylvan’a 46 WhMsker. They
are beautiful and cheap.
“MF.RCMANT* ATTENTION' AlWFTß
tlslng and signs of all description, classi
cal work at modern price*. Be# Tavlor,
14<t Ikirnard street.
“ATTACHMENTS AND MACIIINE-RB
palr<*l while you wait; all work guaran
teed. For poor people free. Penton A Bon.
LA DIE*. HAVE YOI'K FIN): CRB
pri and tailor made dreoaea dysd by
new oxadye process guaranteed not to
shrink or get out of shape New Y<®k
Dyo Works, Whitaker and State ‘Phoao
F• lt HARDWARE and tools, “oo
to Cornwell A Chlpman’s.
i iRRH WHICH HAD CLUNG Tf f ME
THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IF YOU HAVE
CATARRH. TAKE IT MRS ItHODA
DEAN. HALLINfIKIt, TEX " MADE
ONLY DY REtU’KHH DRUG CO.
PERRY A BENTON - WILL RBNtV
vote your old mattrease* and furniture*
make guad as new. at very Utile cost.
WE BELL SEWER PIPE. FLUB
pipe, fir* clay, fire brick at lowest price®.
Adams Paint Company. 1M Cun gross,
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every fkdl.tr of your hard-earned hard
rash at the Southern Grocery Company,
111 Barnard street.
SANITARY PLUMBING. GAB AND
steam-fitting; when we give you our oslt
m lies we g't your work, he, sue* we em
ploy only experienced plumber-, and guar
antee sottofsctlon. A C Price A Oik.
Slate and Jefferson ®treetg; 'phfHWa 65A
“THE MOST'UP-TO-DATE WORK I®
being turned out by Forest City Laundry.
“ELECTRIC “NIGHT CLOCKS. THE
thing for t>drouni, at Koch A Sylvan*®
“PIC TOR IA L Hl< ins” AI >VERTIsTno
signs, signs of every description Special
decorations for Elks' Carnival. Wm Tay
B!NGF.It NEEDLES. THREE “FOR
five cents, trill oil with dozen free. Penton
FOR HA NOES AND STOVES, GO fo
Cornwell A Chlpman.
“•'OH AY BE ARD CURED ME OF DYd-
PEI’SIA. WHICH HAD MADE ME AN
INVALID. MRS g. K CLARY.
GHKENSROKO. MADE ONLY BY
KKBPES® DRUG CO.. PROPS.
PERRY A BENTON USE SPECIAL
rare In moving, shipping and storing
furniture, phone U 34.