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D 0 not AGREE WITH CANDLER.
MILITARY MR* ARK *OT PLEASED
M ITII UUVOMMT IUMUUB.
Gmrrnor'i 4 ompllmentnry Hf.
marks Lbitil Ihr Military >ot Knl.
lowed I |> by o lirraloamrudnllnn
lur a snhsianilnl Appropriation.
T |r saving That Mas Horn Going.
„„ oat ol thr Military Approprla-
Not Pleasing to the Troops.
( ritlr Isaia Ip on tho Policy—home
uDrrrs lo *< Agree With thr
t.orrraor as to Rnrajupmrata—A
sop mr Cal. Obrar.
*n.r portion of Oov. Allrn D. Candler's
m ( r+*i:c relating to thr Georgia State
Trei<; - flllrd fra of thr Savannah ofncrri
pj.d man with unqualified delight. Some
officers with whom thr matter i
and mussed said they did not car to bo
plare-1 in the position of criticising their
mpertor officer, thr commander-ln-chlef
a mr state forces, and they would not.
therefore. enter as deeply e* they othcr
m,,„ might. into thr exposition of thom
features of the message that they did not
And altogether pleasing.
Or.e officer made no such reservation,
jle said he though! the Governor's rec
etr.tnrndatlons to the Legmiaturo were
such as to remove the incentive for hard
and conscientious labor for Iho upbuild
ing and perfection of the Georgia State
Truope Greater generosity should, he
lays, h displayed, and the unwise and un
, eas.iry hoarding of appropriations that
# nouiuna'' ueen expended during the years
for which they Were made was roundly
1 see there was a balance of 112.0011
from 118* and one of *7.00n from the a|>-
prufe iitton for the present year. Now
that means $19,000 has been saved up
from the oprpoprlatlor, made Vy the Leg
islature for uxpendlture upon the ante
fotMA and suroly there were ways
enough In which the money might have
been spent and the service greatly im
proved. But, no. that could no* be done.
Instead, the troops must be denied uiose
things that were necessary for their
piafsr equipment and their elevation to
a high plane of efficiency 1n order this
the motley might lie saved and tne Gov.
ernor . cabled to ,how that he has $19.-
MO on hand and Ihot, therfore. he would
reroenmersl thot rhe Legislature make no
appopeiHtlon for the troop- sen yea r
Now Isn't that a nice evidence of rhe ap
preciation of the powers of the service*
of the military?
"The Governor began his references to
the military with the rubbing on of a
<er> . heap article of soft soap, following
the application with the nullifying In
fluence of that recommends'lon Ihut there
he no appropriation made. If the troops
are and have been all he Indicates in his
eery complimentary remarks, why did n.
tsot try to have an appropriation made
that, coupled with the money that should
nave been . xpended In their maintenance
during the last two years, would give a
working fund which would confer great
benefit upon the forces?"
The Goveronr. said another officer and e
not believe In encampment*. Without an
*tt* force* roqulrc for a year** . a
provlrkl ~j* Hp * m an<l nol Fa | t< , j rtogn
The oftl'-or di*njnv*s with tit* Governor
r**ar*itnK th* benefit* fo he dartvel from
encampment*, n* he think* there 1* noth*
ln * po productive of dtactplfn* imonx tho
iroop* nf* camp life. In*trtict!<4) In AN l
movement* ami dutlep can be recur* <t
th * r *\ n*J nowhere el*e. be said. m<t
knowledge and practical training in Kuard
duty n*i many other phu*e* of a soldier’*
Itf* can be had in camp. The officer
would like to pee an appropriation lor un
i* impment made, hut he- does not think
them Ip any chance for that, with th
Governor opporing It.
The paragraph of the mc*page relating
•o 001. W. K Obear. Inspector general
•rd recommending that the Left ta lure
authorise the Governor to appoint him
tfiraUer sener.il In recognition of his
great pervtre* to the Ptate. was variously
viewed. Rome do not believe that 00..
Obear Ip entitled to such promotion. The
general opinion amoiut Ravannah offloTn
Is that the tiovrrnor'n request to be al
lowed to appoint him a brigadier ireneral
prov* concluatvely that Col. Obear Is out
of the running for the adjutancy general.
The htigradiershlp 1* believed to be a *ort
of onvntatlon prise rhe Governor wants
to flvt the Inspector ireneral to make up
for hi* appointment of a rival claimant.
<*apt J. W. Robertson, to be adjutant
ireneral It Is generally conceded that
Robertson will be the man.
OPENED AFT Fit TK> YEARS.
Ir. E. H. Nlrhula Found n Collection
of Valuable t arloeltle*.
Dr. E. H. Nli-hflls had opened a day or
two ago an old safe upon which the dual
of more than a denude had collected. 1*
wae the safe In which Dr. Nichole had
kept the products of hie seal ns a coile'.
tor. during the time in which he was
afflicted In that way. ard when It was
opened there was a nni'ey. though valu
able array of articles - -entel (or Ills
Ten years ago Dr. ols distributed
Ms belonging* In three i, all of which
worked with combined . and took a trip
throuah the North He mole an effort to
keep all of the combinations In his hesd
nd spent a few minutes each day trying
to *et them straight. He thought he had
b-en euecessful until he came hack to So
vinnah and tried 10 get to his valuables,
when he found thut he had so confused
’•“>e three combinations that he could not
nmember any one of them In Its entirely.
The safes remained cloned, the doctor
transfering his affections anil whatever he
wished 10 preserve against the thieves
•hat ■ onto in Ihe night to another strong
A week ago there same to the city two
s fe experts and these I)r. Nichols Invited
have a try ist the safes he had not
been himself able to open. They attacked
' e rates in the middle of a hot morning
at I • merged, two hours after, hoi. tired,
fe king with perspiration, but altogether
hiumphant. They heal opened them all.
In one of the safes Dr. Nichols found
• < ollectlon of old Jewelry, the possession
81 which he had forgotten. There were
many pieces of rare currency. In
c'sling a gold flfty-cent piece Issued by
•be stale of California A box of stamps.
• mtlquc uge and very rare, was also
*ev ng the treasures disclosed by the
Ok i ing of the safe. The owner of the safe
bin -elf „* surprised to learn how much
’• “t-taltied. the ownership of which he
Ml MO AT THE TO MO CHICHI.
flrM Cntertalnment of the Winter
Sen stilt at the dull House.
Th first of the Tomoehiehl Cluh'a series
e! winter gatherings for Its members,
•'■’k place at the club house last nlghl.
' was a musical evening, the muslr for
occasion being furnished by Rosen
•' ■ 1 • orchestra.
} rr,m *•:*> to It o'clock, the club rooms
' r - ’hronged by members, who. In ron
*7-atton and In listening to the very ex
," M iwcgramme. furnished by the or
' "•’fa. passed a very enjoyable evening,
•■'numbers rendered were greeted with
I'Watls* and Ih* orchestra was compelletl
. '’'"bond to a number of encores, thus
“'Rising the length of the programme
r ' materially and adding to Us enjuy
“*nt very perceptibly.
1 j ' products of the best bakers are so*
'*iy j j Soda Biscuit, Milk Biscuit, Butte jl IV
I I Crackers, Saltines, Banquet Wufera fi |\
1 Sultana Fruit, Graham Biscuit, HI 1
A Sea Foam, Oatmeal Biscuit, JJ J J
HOW RAHHKH* Tit MEET.
Will Take M-p to Pnt n Mop tn
The boas barbers who have been ©bey-
In* the law requiiini; them to keep thlr
places closed on Sunday, will hod a meet
ing to-night for the purpose of liking In
to consideration the violation of the law
by some of the l>urber*hopt* of the city.
It Ip proposed to take steps to put a *t p
to the violation as the barbem generally,
both bosses and Journeymen, favor the en
forcement of the law
A leading barber, in spiking of thn
matter yesterday, s tld that he and nthr*
had been observing th* taw and pre
ferred to continue doinc so. It gives th*-
bur her. both boon and Journeyman, a full
Runday off Unless the law Is enforced, he
said, all the shops will be forced to and
business on Sunday a> many customer*
will naturally neglect shaving on Bitur
d.y night if they know the h >ps will be
open Rtindsv morning.
t’p to the time of the McDonough ad
ministration there was a Hty ordinance
P*r mining th- barber t*h'rw to remain
open until 11 o'clock. The ordinance w;i*
repealed under Mayor Mol>onotitrh. how
ever. There some kicking it flrrt.
but the masculine public soon fell Into the
custom of patronising the barbershops on
Saturday night. It is a noteworthy fact
that thA saloons, against which the Sun
day crusade was chiefly directed* have
been <iong business on Runday steidlly
for the last several years while the com
paratively inoffensive barbershop# have
The barber who was the Morning Nears
Informant, however, was under the Im
pression that the cloning of the shopa Is
rctila*ed by state law and not city ordi
nance. Borne of the barber* who resist
ed the order to cloee during the McDon
ough administration, he aald. were place-1
upon the docket and then turned over to
the City Court where the matter w.a
Anally dropped on their agreeing to keep
closed on Buoday*. The barbel* who arc
Interested In th* meeting to t* held to
night. do not desire to keep their pla vm
open on Sunday and propose to tk** mea
sures to see that other shops keep cloaoi
It tl.l. nv LIVE OAK.
W ill Ite (liven W ednesday Might and
In an Assured Hurceaa.
Preparations for the ball to be given by
Live Oak Lodge of Ouw Fellows Wednes
day night ot the Knights of Pylhias Hall,
have been going forward rapidly and
smoothly. The tickets, which will admit
a gentleman and ladies to the hall room,
bear the privileges of refreshments also.
They were got out only a day or two
ago. but have already been sold In suffi
cient numbers to assure tbe members of
the lodge a goal attendance. Rosenfebt'a
Orchestra has been engaged and will fur
nish the music for the occasion.
The object of Ihe bill Is to secure funds
with which to buy paraphernalia for the
work of the lodge.
At Isle of Hope Wednesday night. Mr.
George Belde. while handling a pistol, re
ceived a wound In his hand from the bul
let The wound was not of a serious na
The Chatham Artillery gave the first
dsnee of a series that will be given
monthly to the members of the company
and their lady friends, at Armory Hall
There will be a meeting of Ihe King's
Daughters' I'nlon this afternoon at 4
o'clock. In the Sunday School mom of the
Independent Preibv terlan Church. Mai
lers In relation to Ihe Elks' Carnival are
lo be dlecussed.
The first social of the eeason at the
Young Men's Christian Association will
tie given at Ihe association hall to-night
by the Chtlst Church Chapter of the
Brotherhood of St Andrew. An entertain
ing programme of music and recitations
has been arranged for the occasion, and
■rill be followed by rrfreshmr nls.
A bicycle accident that resulted In the
wreck of one wheel and gave both riders
a tumble occurred at Bull street
and Oglethorpe avenue yesterday
morning. The two wheeis were
close together side by side, when
one of the riders, looking to the
rear to call out to someone. Inadvertent
ly ran his pedal Into the front wheel of
ihe other machine, ripping a number of
the spoke* out and tumbling wli-el* and
rulers In a heap Only the whelt were
Dancing Class open.
The class of Ihe Savannah Dancing
Academy will open to-night at Masonic
Hall Mr. Jack Black will be In
charge, and throughout Ihe season will
Instruct the academy pupils. One hour,
that from 9 to lo o'clock, will be devoted
to his pupils by Mr Black on Tuesday
and Friday night* The music will h* fur
nished by Rosenfe'd's Orchestra Masonic
Hall ha* always been popular with
detu-er*. and tt la expected that the acuA
emy will have s very successful career.
Death of tiles Eddie Williams.
Miss Eddie C. William* of Savannah
died night before last In Morlln. Tex., af
ttr an Illness of four weeks from typhoid
fever. The funeral and Interment took
place In Marlin yesterday. The remain*
will be brought to Savannah later for per
msnrnt burial. Miss Williams went to
Texas about a year ago to visit relatives.
She was about years old. and was o
daughter of the late E. T. Williams, and a
niece of Judge W. U. Fleming of this city.
At Charles Murks'
See the window display of text books
and drawing outfits to be given away by
tbe Morning News in Its educational con
test. at Chaa. Mirks' shoe store, 17
■Broughton street, west.
r J HE MORNING NEWS: Ml DAY, OCTOBER 2d, 1900.
SPAC E MKAHIaY %l.l* TAKER.
People Him Hold Prtvllegea at the
The privilege Committee of the Elks’
Carnival have almost completed Its sale
I of space* for display to merchants who
I will have exhibits prepared for the cdl
fication and entertainment of the Cut ni
val vlartor* Among those who have se
cured space* are the following: Messrs.
Sam'Roeis. C. E. G. Fell. Churl**
la. Moggioni. William Taylor. l\ T. Foye,
Lf*<* Hoy Myers A 00.. Green A Cos.,
G. Eckstein A Cos.. M. Dreyfus. Hugh
Logan. L. Adler, FkHschmun A Cos.. H
H Levy, Ac Bro. t Neal. Millard Ar Cos..
Ifastam At Cos.. Cohen. Kulman At
Cos.. A. Leffler. O. IMrUcussohn At Cos..
N. Bchuts**. A C. Oekchlg. Rift Gardner,
Mark Appel. N Frierson. J. W. Teepl*-.
Llppmun Brothers, J D. Weed At
R. A. Ilemer. J M. Dixon At Cos , George
Myers. Joseph McGovern, G. Fan tint, Geil
A Quint. Byck Brother:' I-Tank
11. A Peeples At c*o.. Moise A Cos., and
Sloate's Bitters. Wesson Process Co.,Geor
gia Brewery. Plant System. Pixie OU Cos..
New' Home Hewing Machine Cos..
Savannah Building and Supply Cos..
Krouskoff Millinery' Cos.. Suwanee Springs
i Cos.. Globe Shoe Cos.. Sulphur
J tfprtngrs Cos., Savannah Brewing Cos., Met
i ropolltan Clothing Cos.. Folk Clothing Cos..
Anheusser Busch Brewing Association,
Dr. J. I>. Prosser, Miss JoUu* E White.
A DAY AT THE IIAHRACKI.
I'rlsoners Sent In on Varlnti
James Thomas and Charles Willlums,
I two young white boys, were sent to the
barracks yesterday charged by Capt. F
iG. Htrachan with stealing a boat.
Frank Houston, colored, charged by
Bippho Mongin, colored, with the theft
of some of her goods was also sent In.
'The arrest wax made by Patrolman
I Late last night John Carr, was taken
In by l*atrolman Lange. The officer had
| been summoned to Liberty and Kos*
Boundary streets by a telephone call stat
[ i:g that a disturbance was gotng on in
I that neighborhood. When he reached th*
scene, he found that Carr was responsible
for the rumpus and arrested him and
started to walk him to the barracks. Carr
wen? quietly for a part of the way. but
at the foot of Oglethorpe avenue resisted
the officer and also assaulted him. The
liatrol wagon was sent for before the man
could be got In.
The Epworth league of Seventh fit reel
Methodist Church will give a most unique
and varied entertainment, under the au
spices of the Literary and B<* lal depart
ment of the league to-nlghi at the < hurch
The third vice president has prepared a
programme for the occasion which will
afford much pleasure and profit to the
Dryfus* New ttorr,
M. Dryfus has put the finishing louche*
on hi* new store on Broughton street and
his doors are thrown open for his pit runs
Mr. Dryfus did a thriving business on
Congress street, but found thit he need
ed larger quarters and us soon as o;Hor
tuntty presented got on Broughton street.
Before leaving Congress Mr. Dryfus ran
his stork down In order that when he re
moved to hts new place he would have an
out-and-out new line all uround And so
he has Hl* line of clothing Is largely
Increased and customer* find lhal every
garment h up-to-date, well made and of
the most stylish patterns. Vlrunas ore
running heavy In both suitings anti over
coating*. The stylish short coal* prevail,
and they are shown 111 every pattern ot
Dryfus. Also the new and nobby Banian*
The tirsl floor Is devoted to suits and over
coats. both youths and men's. It I* doubt
ful If a more uniformly sell made and at
tractive line of clothing ha* been shown
In Savannah. The clothe* were made by
expert makers, for Mr Dryfu*' trad.
Inspections of Ihe handsome line will
prove this lo customers. On the first floor
Is also shown the nobbiest line of neck
wear this house has ever carried. A
special effort haw been made to gather the
hest patterns, and the most generally
worn goods. The extreme style* are car
ried. of course. But they embrace the
choicest thing*. A special line of fall and
winter underwear hie Just been onene.l
up Stiff front shirt* are shown In almost
endless variety. All the prevailing colors
and patterns are carried, and In both pop
ular and fancy price*
In hats, the popular Nasrlmento hat.
handled exclusively by Mr. Drylus. Is
shown In lh fall styles. In both black
An elegant line of shoe* Is shown. The
Banister being a popular first-’lass line
and handles! only by Mr Dryfu*.
In collar* and cuff* the K A W. Is car
ried. In all the newest and latest styles.
The Triangle and Twentieth Century
brand I* a popular brand, and all the late
styles are handled.
The two first floors are devoted exclus
ively lo clothing, men's furnishing*, shoe*
and Hal*. An Immense reserve atock la
carried on Ihe lasi floor
The store has every modern appoint
ment of a ftrst-class ewablndimcnt Three
large plate glass display cases, with hand
some copper frame*, arc displaying ware*
on the sidewalk, while the windows have
been enlarged, lowered and modernised
The Inside fixtures are all new and hand
some and give the Impression of progress
Jus! received a liege and assorted sup
ply of school bag* and school supplies;
all at cut rates; from 10 cents up; also,
usual large stock of all the school books,
non used In Chatham county, at Estlll a
News Depot, it Hull strset, fJsvannob,
AT TUI THEATER*
sale of *eat fc "Thr Christian"
The rale of seats for The Christian" to
be at the theafif next Monday and Tues
day nights and it u Tuesday matin*** will
i*gin this morrlng. "The Christian" has
the merit, not ctmmon of late In plays. *>f
leaving the characters strongly impr**ed
on the mind. Tl* company presenting it
embrace* fifty y**c'|e and two car loads
of speclul scenery are carried for the pro
“The Prisoner of Zsnda" will l>c seen n
two performant fs to-morrow matinee and
night The play l* too well known here to
need any description or comment The
company this season Is said i> be the
e<inal cf that for any former presentation,
and the eenrr;. r*d costumes even more
attractive than before. Th* following
w*)l known plarers are prominent In the
cast Vaughan Gl ier, Charlotte 1 ittell.
Bjl>ert Contuse Helen Strickland. W L
Buchanan. MoHon Daniels. Ocll < won,
Willis Page. Lukf Conne*e. etc.
Few (•>' for Hreorder.
There were only a few cases board In
the Recorder's Coart yerteeday and none
of a serious natune. Robert White, coi
ored, arrested th day before by X*teo-
Hves Murphy find She** on the ctiarge of
breaking Into un*. robbing th*- offi •• of
the WllUnk Marin? Hallway fn Hutoh'n
son’s Island, had hi* cam c*mtimed lAm
-of the stolen article*, which had l>een
t.ik* n t> tb<* bfrra:ks. were got yestentay
by Mr. Wlllirk.
lcual none lea.
IN the Dlatrlci Oourt of ih- I'nlteJ
Blau* for ih.' Rwtmi Dlvlitoo "f the
Southrrn of <teor:l Notme cf
Applliutton for L*—'hargr In *hr intMtM
of John D County of '"hathant. 'n
H mkruptcy To th" ' “rv.ll tors of the
You are hereby notltlr.l that the ahov--
nnroed banknipt hae flt- hi* apf>lt M.wi
for „ fflwharK" from ml the debt* prov
able tn bankruptcy nlnet *al.t John P.
fßeild The Miid t.|rtt.-a*ln wttl tie bear.!
by the Hon Khnory H|"r, pidae of tne
I'nltinJ State* IMMrtot t'oiirt. for **!.! dle
trlcf ami ffivtelon. at the I'ntled Stale*
Court Hou*e. In llnree. Ga on the 6th
.lay of November, taoo. a* 10 o'otock, . tn
Alt credttore of eald liankrupt are noti
fied to tipioar at the time amt place
Muted, and ehow cau*e. If any they '-an.
why the prayer container! In the eakl pe
tition xhoud no* be granted.
Tkite.! tn Suvaimeh. Ga.. this 26th clay
of October. 1900 H H KING. Clerk.
NOTICE of the Flret Meotln* of Cred
itor*. In the District Court of the United
Slate*, for the Eastern Division of the
Southern Ditrtct of Georgia, in Itank
rt|lcy. In Ih" matter of W B. Fenton,
bankrupt. In bankruptcy. To the credit
or* of W. 11. Fenton, of Wayeros*. In the
county of Ware, un.l illatrlrt iiforenald,
a bankrupt Notice |* hereby xlven that
on the ad day of October A, D. I*oo. ,h"
sad W. B. Fenton eru* duly adjudicated
binkrupt, and that the first meeting of
hi* creditor* will be held at Brunswick,
in Glynn county, on the 3d day of Novem
ber. A. D. I*oo. at JO o'clock In the fore
noon. a* which time the wild creditors
may attend, prove their elalms. appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and trans
act such other business na may properly
come before said meetlnir
A J CROVATT.
Beferee In Bankruptcy.
Dat'd at Brunswick. Ga . this the 23d
day of October. 1900
NOTICE TO DERTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice I* hereby given In all person* hiv
ing demand* against Florence Vernon
Woodbrtdgc. lute of sold county, deceased,
to present them to ue. properly made out.
within the time prescribed by law so os
to ehow their character and amount: an I
all person* IndeHed to said deceased ore
required to make Immediate |>ivmrnl to
u*. MARY ANNA HABERSHAM
CLIFFORD A HTILKH. Executor.
Savannah. Ob, Orl St, MM
STATE OF GEOROLL CHATHAM
county —Notice Is hereby given that
I will apply to the* Honorable Robert Fal
llgtinl Judge of the Superior Court of the
Eastern Judicial Circuit, at Chambers nt
Savannah, Ga.. on Saturday. Nov 10, 1900.
at In o'clock a m lor an order to tell
at private sale ihe three-fifths (3-5) un
divided Interest of J II W Henkn, An
nie Henken anil Gertrud* H"nken In that
certain lot of land at Thunderbolt, or War
saw. Georgia, bounded on the north by
Warsaw river, on the south by a street,
on the east by lo< belonging to M J Des
verger* and on the west by a lot of land
belonging to Heiry Ambos, the erne be
ing rectangular In width, having a front
age on the river of 60 feel ami a rectan
gular depth of 30) feet. It being a portion
of the Tobla* Turner tract of lard I de
sire to sell this ami because the kind Is
unproductive and the Income therefrom
uncertain and It will be sold for the pur
pose of reinvesting the proceed* of tho
Guardian of J. li. W Henken, Annie C.
Henken and Getrude Henken.
Oct 11. 10
GEORGIA. h IATHAM COUNTY
Rosa Lloyd ha* Ipplled to the Court of
Ordinary for a twelve month*' support for
herself out of the estate of Ibnjamln
I ,Appral*er I
return* allowing irh
These are. therilore, to cite all whom It
may concern to before said court
to make objection on or ladore the first
Monday In Novdnher, next, otherwise
same will be grarled.
Witness, the Hsnorable Hampton L
Ferrlll. Ordinary for Chatham county.
tMx Uo Uth day M October. I*o
miAf* E KEILBACH.
*;*rk Cl. 0., C. G. Ga.
*'"To"T'7r'vot to c." is THE yt'KS
tlou by these durk l*n evenlnss wbeth
cr HcKlnky or will g t in—can
Im better seen, with a g*l pair of aimc
ta le that will ' ear the vlaloti urxl make
print plain anil Sl*tln*t, an*l thus take
away ihenti olri i-auiavl by iiratn-
Ing tho y Vloton Imfinivni 01 ihjl i
cant chargeti for m\ yotbful-look-giving
eyKgla**-.'9 and xpertacl** Feg*-, 21
Ka>t BrtHjghton, Hair. Jewelry aiul Bhav-
Uig Supply House. Cash given for uIU
aiui tlv |
CKMFNT BIDFWALKB. ARTIFIPIAL
pur*- cement co|atig for fencing, fuar
f**e? long. 14 lnrltea high niul uln* In* he*
tbh'k; sidewalk ctm-iit, bio* Km. \.tru*\i
color*, i>< ragon and hexagonal; good
work and reinotiahle prlct*. *fen to
Mct**>r. J I! Kollll, M. J. Bolomonx. Wil
liam Keho** and othtrv. Rhop. AVhltaker
and li*t Ntrcet*. Charles llohb*. Wt
MOBFIUNi:. OPIfM. LAI* DAN l*M
Cixulnc habit, myself iure*l; w.U Inform
you of h irmlera, permanent home cur*..
Mary B. Baldwin, Box 1212. Chicago
“"OIL HEATERS. WOOD HEATER,
cool h**at r. tank stove* and range*. Re
liable giou C. IV Miller, agent
HOW A BO ITT YOUR WINTER
clothing'’ let u* put It 111 etutp' . $. pel
month. Bterllng Pressing Olub, 19 York, w
ADVERTIHEAIENTB SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN FLAB
sil lED ADVERTISEMENT COM MN
FOR TWO CKNTB A WORD No AD
VBWTTSKMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
IS YOl'K IRON SAKE FIRK PROOF?
RdfTal A Freeman have a tadding offer
of $1.(00 for every eafe of their make that
do** not praeerv* it* c>ntente (*ne <f*
wik In burning dehrli IIS hour* When
taken out the ho**< had to he turned on
It When oi-enad. not a page wa* dl*eol
ored. not u record not a dollar de
troved If yeu want * • uitiy. buy a
HtifTe) A Freeman *af* C. P. Miller,
YOF WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy. It’s rich ami pure; try
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. MAT
tre**e* renovated. Antique furniture re
pnltfthcd. furniture packed and whipped In
t e*t manner Rend me your order*. C
P. Miller, agent
OAMELIA JAPONTCAS AND AZALIAS
price, $1 no ami upward, direct Import*-
flow through Savannah Custom House,
hy A C Oelschlg. nureiiry. opposite (jolf
Link* Phone. 49t'. il*o Hymdnths. Nar
r4ae*t, Fresla* and Idlle*. Plant now J.
Gardner, agent, caro E. Moyle, 10 Brough
ton street, east.
IF ITB IUTG9 TOU WANT. TOU CAN
•eel them cheaper from McGlllts.
HOW ABGt’T Torn WfNTmi
clothlnit? lot us put It in rhnp-: 11 per
month, hicrling l*r*'**ln* Club. 19 York, w.
"SPECIAL. AN UNUMITBD 81TPPLT
of ntca willow rockers; ladies’ atse, at $2.
J. W. Traple.
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Br-'iiKhton; rln* up 11*6 tf you warn to
have your fumttura m.V"d or packed for
vhlpmeni or storige. 1 gnarantr.. prne*
the same a* I do the work that'* given
to me. A S. Urtfftn. 414 IlrniHthton street,
west; mattresses made to order
MILLER'S STOVES AND KANOF.B
ytva eatlsfactlon The Magnetic. Eoono
rilst. U'aldorf, King, and other good
makes at reasonable prices. Ml Brough
K KNBINOTON FA RM MILK iA'tTN
surpusaed for richness; delivery la per
fect; phone. 2346.
Sse MILLER FOR OFFICE DI SKS
office tables, off! * matting, office shade*.
207 Broughton, west
WHEN YOIT HBF, M'OtLLIB' StXTT
inch 99-cent rugs, you will buy (Item.
Just can't help It; will sell tn any quan
"FT'RNITCUK MltVEI' WITH CARE."
is a specialty with McGIHIs.
“how aBO FT YOI'R W7STKR
clothing? lei tie put It In shape; || p.. r
month Sterling Dressing Club. 19 York, tv
MILLERS NEW STYLES IN CAR
pets, mattings, llnaleums, window shades,
etc All work done in flret-clasa style. 307
*M<ill.UF LACE Ct'RTATNS WILL
beautify your imrlor.
1 WOT'LHN'T TAKE m.nm FOR THE
BENEFIT DERIVED FROM GRAY
HEARD. Ml.-dt NANNIE JONES, Ale
LISON. N C" MADE ONLY nY HKS
PBM DRUG OO . PROM
M GILLIB IB CHEAP ON RT'as7NET9.
late curtairw. lumitsrkv. water cooler*,
pillow*, pictures, stoves, ledruom suits,
and furniture of every drcrtpllon.
“hEK THE JEWEL STOVES AND
range* for sale hy J. W. Teepie; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
|! 4H BUYS NICE RAFrAN ROCKERS
while they last. Large assortment of
rockers, dlvnna and easy chairs, C. P.
'KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In the country, free from city
drainage. Impossible for milk to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; tf you
want pure Jersey milk, phone 2345. De
livery prompt: satisfaction guaranteed.
M'OILLIS MOVES, PACKS. SHIPS
and store* plant— and furniture; beet work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no ''('heap.
'GOLD FISH 1*26 tO ; CANARY BIRDS.
22 TO; ffsh food and grass; J. Gardner,
agent. 114 Park avenue, east.
|l.oo' FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. C. P. Miller, agent.
"*2 50 FOR ART SQI'AltEd WHILE
they last. Big assortment, all grades of
art squares, ruga, mats, portieres. C. P.
"m-gillis HELLS SIXTY-INCH RT’OS
—Smyrna patterns—tor 90 cent*.
■advertisements set'in cap
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED TN CI.AS
KIFIEI* ADVERTISEMENT COLT’MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
W Randolph of Ht lula, is now at
the Albemarle Hotal, curing the must In
veterate stutterers In three days. Col.
Wllle Junaa and many other* had hi*
son* and nephew "ured Many arc com
ing hundred* of mil**. He leave* Colum
bia Nov t for Hovat.nah. Oa Write him
wMh stamp He beat* the world. No bet
HOW ARE YOUR FEET’ IF YOUR
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relkf; I cure Ingrowing
nell*. com* and all dlear*s of Ihe feet
without |*iln; charge* r< .vnaMt; can
give the best reference* k> Ihe city; |-
tlcnt* treated at residence*. orders run
be left at Livingston's drug siore. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 298. Lem
Davie, surgeon chlrnpotlst.
IIKLP M A9THO-MAIA,
WANTED. LICENSED PRUUGIHT TO
take .barge business In good locality. M.
L. 0.. care New*
"BRICKLAYERS WANTED AT GAS
tenia. N. C. Flynt Bulkltng and Construe
palebman wanted FOR Finn'
Ida. Apply by letter to us with refer
ence; good salary pud to the right man.
Lippman Mroa . wholcmle drugglsia, Llpp.
mm block. Hnvanrwih, Ga.
WANTED ULUMIIERB. 11 80. BRICK
layers, 13 mill machinist, flier, ha in
merer, laundry machinist, washer. 135.
board; baker*, tie Inspector, bookkeeper,
commissary clerk. Huber. 317 West Day.
iiei.i* tv 11 ncn-uAi-K.
WANTED A COMPETENT CARPET
layer, for season, apply by letter Kohn,
Furchgott A Oo , Ju. ksonvtlle, Kla,
' \\ ANTED AT GKt litu'ETtiWN I fe
at once, tlrst-clasc wbtte brick layers,
wage*. $t T*i |N-r day A'klrese. U. L. B.
C. of A • li. Cos, Georgetown S C.
"WANTED. A SALI 4MAN To" TAKE
the sale of building, rooting and wrap
ping papers, etc . as a side line, on com
iiUssUm. for Saratmah and vicinity. Ad -
drere C. H, Garrett A Son , No 3) South
\l irshall sir. el, Plillad. Iphl.t
MEN DR WOMEN ARE YOF OPT OK
work, nr .to y.ai wish 4o beter your |Ti*.
ent position? Investigate our plan: l- ily
employment P to l< a Arid re se, Box
2t:a, Atlanta, Ga.
ill. LP MlVltb-P'KMALK.
HOTEL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 317
West Buy. Jacksonville, want.* help, all
kinds, for Florida, Georgia, No> salt and
Cuba, season I9rt-1901. Hen Huber for fur
Iher Inf at mat ion
wanted, an experienced oov
atm -■ ratmble of la", htng the elementary
branches and music, none Ciiln r tvc.il ap
ply Call .113 Og thor|*- avenue, east, be-
Iwcen t and 3 o'cltsk p m
iXHsOKKIt GIKI. WANTED AT AW
WANTED. WOMAN To COOK AND
tta.dt aiel Iron, at the Isle of Hope. Ad
dle: - Thompson, title otll
wanted capable girl for
generai housework. k)3 Broughton atreei,
• a I
WANTED A WOMAN AS CHAM
h- - mai<l and house servant. Apply at 121
Sixth struct, weal
ADVERTISEMENTS SKT~ IN '"CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CL Vt 4
HI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FDR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VKHTJBEMKNT TAKEN FOR LESS
stoi'k at 22 1(1 per month; itatltesi batik
references given; agents wanted tn Sa
vannah Address. Ilex 256, Cripple Creek.
'TDc^rr^TA?rTHctGTrrdr7u*STTioN > As
stenographer, own.- machine Salary no
object, W It H . this office
“WANTED. POSITION AH LFMHER
Inspector; can come well recommended.
Address C. C. Harper. Peacock. Fla
Tf IKlftt' Mtl-K. GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, ll'a rich, purs and
“CASH PAID FOR GOOD second'
hand oal racks 212 Wc-t Bay .street
IF YOF WANT A PLACE TO DFMP
earth, dirt, rand, manure, etc., free of
charge. Just at e|cy limit*, hauling over
hard road, write or telephone iltown
Bros., corner Anderson anti Hart Broad
" advertisements" set IN CAP
ITAI-S WILL HE PRINTED IN CIrAH
SfFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LEWS
FOR RENT. ROOMS. FFIINIBHKD OR
unfurnlshel. 106 IVrry stre-t. west
"BRIGHT, PLEASANT lit KIM WITH
or without board at 307 Charlton street.
ridATH row MSHT.
HAHKMKNT FIeAT OF THBEB
room*. In *or*l with private fam
ily, ail runvtnlw. to ikrir
aM imani. Aiklremi Uicmrnl, New* of
FI>ATB. I’AllbOß AND ONE ABOVE
unfunii*hf*l. thr**- room* #*cb. b Oorrtoti
FOB RENT, COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
No 217 Wal<iburfc *trel, eaat.
Ah*roorn and lincoln, Amt rtaim order
and rondltlon; *vi*ry Kljrtit
roil to rlffht tenant. E*(al Salomon
Cohen, West Broad and liroughton *tre*t*.
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE DWELLING
with all modern lmprovem*n(; tn cood
repair. 308 Jones, #a*t. Koll<x h A Hcrav
RENT, 17 PUFFYBTREET.
*a*t. po*fM*i*ion at onrr Apply Oeorge
Id. Gnmianv. npnt. 16 lirynn street, east.
TO” RENT. 221 AND 223 BOLTON
strrrt, e*t; the* nm *o*l h4>u*e* and
location nxcelk-nt Apply to C. A. Mr In
ti r\ 4’f* Board of Tni lf iHiilding.
corner Whitaker and Liberty streets. Ap
ply 11 Liberty streat, west.
for rent, corner Broughton and West
Broad street*; formerly occupied by Iho
Huvannah Carriage and Wagoti Cos. 11. F,
AI)V ERtTHEM r. NTS SET IN CAP
ITA I.H WILL ME PRINTED IN CLAA
HIFIEI* APVKIITIHEMENT COLUMN
FUR TWO TENTH A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR MALE—REAL F.VTATK.
ITAI.H WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAH
ftIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO f'KNTB A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LE4W
“two rroßf iooui in good coil
dlllon. and under good rental Only tl.ntxi
If onkl this weak. You man* A Demmond.
' FOR HALE, THOSE LOTH ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, hare only beea
sold to flrst-clasa parties. v*>o will mike
good neighbors; and non* other can buy.
The term* are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other tn the vicinity.
C. H Dorset!.
"FOR BALE. A LOT FOR TWO HUNL
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth slmeg,
near East Brand; no city taxation. C. It
FOR BALETIoTB ON NINTH, NEAR
East Broad, at KM each; will soon be
advanced to 1296; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
bulß. C. H. Domett.
rOR BALE. LOTH - ON NI NTH ITR EFT
near East Brood; no city taxes, at 13*
each; twenty-five dollars cash, and easy
monthly poymanH. C. H. Dorsett.
' RF.BIDENCES AND BUILDINO !X>TS
for tale all over the city. Robert H.
Totem, real aetata dealer. No. 7 York
FOR HALE OR RENT, (V.Ai-)tK
farm with house and out buildings; in
good condition. A|>piy 67* Htewarr street.
ADVERTISEMENT*. HET IN' CAP
ITALH WILL HE PRINTED IN CUAH
HIFIED ADVERTIHEMKNT COLUMN
FOR TWO r TINTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR I.BBH
It when your favorite remedy falls, at 2Sc
bottle added to a gill of honey makes a
splendid mixture for Infants and children
BENZOIN HALM. MAKES THE SKIN
like velvet, for sale by druggist or at Hen
ry and Abe ream. Parses Drug Stores,
Whitaker and Taylor streets.
FOR HALF. ABOUT (
acre* of icrowlng hay on Poplar Oraft
plit4ifatk>n. Mhoiit on- ml.** from < tty
iimllH on th* White Bluff taul, Afiply to
I*awrtoti A (’unnlonhjm,
FOR RALE. HALF INTEREST IN A
N*r(h Carolina summer r*ori. 8., car*
FOR BALE. NIUE BENCHES FOR
*ho* store*; al*o two largo ld*walk dis
play ca*et* M Dryfu*. 111 Br.Mj|(htoi
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOB
Mk, 18 cropN rtrt year Imxes; 12.0d> t % ro*
round tlmtwr. at $1 fid per acre, % per
thoiir.ind lxxe* fur loased timber; pi* tty
of timber to I* l Kot; in five mil** of rail*
road, will fflvt* po**ea*k>n now' ur at end
of >*'d -on Addraa Round Timber, a*a
FIRE PROOF HAUER WE CARRY A
Ann line *>f fire proof *nf< * in ate* k *• ill
tim 1 Th*' i*r(iM ■ n *e** exactly arha’
they ar* Our prior© are a* low
a* nMMiufarturer* *• H it with freight ad<l
- I*urile* Intel* ♦ who wish a goo|
Art* proof **•• wMI d.t well to inspect
our *to* k Lippfnnn Bros., Lippman
block, agent*i f*r ni inufa turer*.
BURINGFIELD DAIRY !8 NOTED
f>r liavlni; rich, pure milk; try It; you
will 1h t Ip*2*d
A1 >VHRTI HE M K NTH BET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN ULArf
HI FI El A IV! KTIBI :MFN’T UOLUMN
r "B WO C ENTS A WORD N< AD
veut!Bi:mwnt taken for t.ih
LOST A3TV4 rOCYD.
FOUND BROWN IIORHE. LEFT
Im>4l foot wlilttv Own* i can have same
l*\ |>aytng 6Jtptn*ei>. Apply to J. T. Mon
ahan, 315 J*ffer?*on street
PIUKWD UP THUS MORNING ON
Dak* avenue, child'* red reefer or pack.
Call, pay for thl*. M. J lioyle
ITALH WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAJt-
HIPIED At>VBRTIBKMKNT COLUMN
KOK TWO CENTH \ WORD NO AD
VKRTIHKYfENT TAKEN FOR LS2OB
MODERN PLUMBING IT WILL BE
to your interest to let me give you an as
timata on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specialty, aa I am
a practical plumber. No *ue* work to
endanger your life. Wlggln*. plum* W.
Georgia ar H**H
ADV IMtTIHEM KNTB RET IN CAP
-ITALO W ILL HE PRINTED IN ClOJh
HIPPED ADVEKTIREMENT COLUMN
UOR TWO CENTH A WORD NO AD
VERTLSEMENT TAKEN FOR LEAS
WK GIVE YOU EITHER DOMERTIC
or aloe* flnixh. pe>rfe<‘t work. For eat • a y
laiiaelry, Park avmue.
WATCH AND JEW ELRY REPAIRING
given personal attemton, at Koch A Byl
van'a, 46 W'hstakr.
"“AVOID THE RUSH LET ME HAVE
your rigm work for Klka’ fair at oner
Wm. Taylor. 140 Itamard
'WE CLEAN (’LOTHEH BY THE' HE
so* rtne ant leapt Ic process Try u*. New
Y-ik Hteam Dye Work*. Whitaker ami
“THBIIfAH Til AT TJCADS THBII
all; New 1 Kmiiwtu Maahtns, with b.iN
UariSRS. I'Mlon * Hon.
“ FOR FIHIfING TACKLE. NETS. ETC"
go to Cornwell A Chtpmiui
CALIT* I'P t’KRRY A RF.NTOn7~IF
you arc going lo (nova, shift or store fur.
nflur.; Bell 'plgs e 1134.
WELLS BACH GAS LAMFB. COM
plrlo, put ur. only 75 rente, and guaran
l.i.l <> sew you money ral y<Mir gas bill;
you ran uiwuys find an assortment o."
mantels here, from 10, 15, IS to 15 rents;
don't forget the plaoe. A. C. Price A Cos..
Slat" and Jefferson sire, tr; 'phones CM.
HAVE YCR II". HE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed pain*, entire
satlsfertlon guaranteed. Adams PiUut
WANn;i)7 ONB - THOUSAND
gry p>oi>le at th* 2 .2lf.irr. JJrscsry Cars
peny. 114 Bernard street.
•PIIONB 1275 FOR FOREST CTPT
loun.lr-y They will cell for your llnea
GET YGITR WEDDING PRESENTS
at Kuril A Sytven's. 4 WhMaker, They
are beautiful end cheap.
MERCHANTS ATTENTION! AIrVER.'
Using and signs of all dearrlptlon, clasal
ral work at modern prices. Sen Taylor,
140 Barnard street.
ATT A(T IM ENTS'a NDMACHTNBi~RE
2Milr.il while you wait, ell work guaran
teed. For imor people free. Penion A Mon
‘I.AMEH. HAVE VOl'lt PINE CRE
|.n and tailor made dresses dyed by
new oxedye process, guantnteed not to
shrink or get out of shape New Yo*t
Iyo Works, Whtlaker and State. ’Phono
rOR HARDWARE AND TOOUt. GO
to Oornwell A Chlpman’a.
“PERRY A BENTON WILL RENO
vate your old maltreaces and furniture,
make guild as new. at very little .-ost.
WE SELL SEWER PIPE, FLUB
pipe, fire clay, lire brick el lowml price*.
Adams Paint Company, IM Cungraea,
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CEN*jfll
in every dollar of your hard-earned herd
cash at the Soul hem Grocery Company,
111 Barnard alreet.
"SANITARY PLUMBING, QAE j3H>
Hum tilling; when we give you our esti
mate* we ge| your work, brrsuse we rjn
ploy only experlrnred pi umber,, and guar
antee satisfaction. A. C. Fries A Cos..
State and Ji ff. raen streets; 'phoode U
“THE MOST liP TO-DATK WORK IH
b. log turned out by Forest City Laundry.
“ELECTRIC NIGHT CLOCKS. THR
thing for bedroom, et Koch A Sylvan's,
PICTORIAL BIONO. ADVERTISING
slim*. rtgna of every description. Spc-tal
decorations fur Elks' Carnival. Wm. Tay
"SINGER NEttDLBR. TURBB FOR
five canto; ortll otl with deaeri ftv. reoion
for"hanobb aSp fi#Brol6 TO
Cornwell A Chipmon.
“PERRY a I MINTON USE - KPECT#i
rare In moving. shipping and aorlny
furniture; 'phono 11M.
"oTPHINE IB THE BEST WALtTrTN
lah made Adams Point Cos., Savannah
Iftnli. 1M Congraas, weflt.
YOUR HANOE MAY NI&ED TO~BB
connected or dlwonnertod; If you want M
done a little cheaper than somebody elao
will <b> It. or If you want ptumMng work
of any kind dune, call on A. C, Price A
Cos.. State and Jefferson streets; ‘phonon
" REDUCE TOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Inventing vnur hard-earned hard cash
with the Boutharn Grocery Company, lit
For sale at all News Stands
IF TOU WANT GOOD UATEJUAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank hooka frees
aiorulng News, Savannah, Go.