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TOP CROP MAY BE HEAVY.
rorro* HY ,T wn ” l ' ' r
WC.ITHBN WHTII IXMU.
Tm no* Have lla<l Grratrr
| pN Mir Bringing
KrnrwM Llfr— I Oder Mir
lurn „ Of Ikr Warmth and Mala
,„rr They Harr Had. Ila Thftughl
,l,r Yield Will Hr Much Urratrr If
, r i.l Dttrr Sot Appear llatll Late
in |hl . in—Hr. B. A. om and
„ r ti. E. Dickinson Dlarnaa Ihr
r-., .non crop may exceed expectations
■ warm weather of the last trn day*
Some three or four ittelt* otto
CP • • '*
,h‘ tniperatur* look a deckled drop and
r roared about the normal for eeveral
.la t inducing the belief that the pteile
■r that there would be practically no
~ , rop of lotton would not tc verltltd
very unusually warm days that have
r „\.i the latter hulf of 0.-tober ae ex
t r .,ordinary. however, have touched the
, with the Invigorating warmth nf
rummer, and. as there hna bean all thr
moll- ore needed, they have respondol gel)
■rouslv. putting forth many n.-w blooira
iird giving promise ol a further yield.
Home of the cotton men In Savannah
have been advised of these conditions
l.- H A t Ait is was seen yrste.iday. end
„ovKes from hi* rorrewponden a all
one lV country, he said, show ihot the
„.um-!e f the crop generally agreed
upcc s about correct will be considerably
, If Hie present weather continues
• ante mct with no frost until
р, in • ■ season. Though It Is a difficult
, „Mr to State with any d.grer of ao-
C ITS . : art ulus effect upon the crop
would follow should frost hold
'(„r -otne weeks. Mr. Cutts said he
v , * iaur.l the approximation of In
с. ji from iW.OW to 780,000 bales.
watlier oondMona have .mtlnue.l
extremely favorable up to a rather late
,I.V it'd the |Hants have continued .o
#row a„d flourish. Cotton is making,
without cessation. Mr. Ottts says, und It
wiu .artlntie to do so as long as the
weather proven propitious. When frost
tin .Hi comes It will catch blooms that
nov. appeared, but. If It holds oft long
Miouch. bloom* that may now tie seen
will have developed lino bulls and the
tolls will have burst.
Mr <5 E. IMckinson Is another broker,
whose views coincided with those
of Mr. Cutta. Mr. Dickinson thinks
trail. under the Influence of the
warm days that have helped the
crop so materially of late. an
impetus has been gained that will mean
n much larger yield than was expected
If frost will delay Its appearance utrtll
very late In the season.
The average date for the appearance of
light frost In this section has not vet
been reached. It Is Nov. 5. From the
htfmldWy and high temperature hut have
prevailed lately, one would gucm ttint
its appearance this Heaium will be some
tipi'* later than Nov. S. The average date
for the appearanre of killing frost In till*
section Is Nov. 2k by which lime. R Is
believed by the gentlemen quoted, a suffi
cient interval will have been allowed the
plants to produce a heavier top crop than
Should the frost not make Itself felt
until very late. Mr Dickinson said, a
grssit many bolls will have approached
maturity, and the frost, when It does
• ome, will have the effect of fruition It
will hurst the bolls and the cotton may
Is picked out Just as though It had re
mained closed up until the plant hod
reached Its own proper time for having
it burst forth.
Mr. Cutts does not anticipate any de
pression In the price of cotton as a re
sult of a heavier top crop than was look
ed for. provided It is made. Even with an
!r -r ase. he says, the *u|iply will not cx
. and the demand. Then- will he no cotton
left over, as the consumption will be fully
sr great as the production That will mean
g od prices He expects a repetition of
tlte nfgtory of cutton prices of last win
ter and spring
The present depression Is attributed try
Mr. Putts to a selling pressure In the
West. He believes un advance of as much
a- u cent Is In prospect as soon as the
Western .top has been sold Thre has
bin a desire to sell In the West, he
rava. ard buyers have taken advantage of
t Inst desire, offeilng less and having It
aoqepted. In tha Eastern cotton states
there has been no such desire, and when
the Western crop has lieen disposed of
f prevailing price*. the Eastern growers
will ho getting higher values for their
A gentleman at the Conon Exchange
shewed a representative of the Morning
News an Interesting report from a corre
rfiondent at Houston, Tex., who declared
that the crop conditions In that state
were excellent- The cotton Is being rush
ed to Houston, but tt Is not reaching that
city In such great quantities ns to occa
sion trouble or concern, as It Is stopped
at various sidings and stations some dis
t ,nee from the city, being received only In
Installments. Difficulty I* found In get
ting shipment from Galveston, though the
wharves nnd terminal facilities there are
I.mg rapidly repaired. The traffic, into the
city Is over one bridge Instend of three.
The gentleman's correspondon* satd that
• difficulty Is found by the plslttcn
\ac In having thor cotton picked.
They are paving, he declared, as high ns
Sl.2fi a hundred, prices double those that
I -■ vail In Georgia, or S2O a bale, as much
o i bale would bring on the morket
when the product was netting such pitia
FIRST MM.'UL !■' THR SKAkOV
CIiPH tn the Hcmhrro of the V. W. C.
' lit llriiflin |im] of SI. Andrew.
Christ ('hurrh Ch-iplir of the Brother
ho ■! of Si Andrew gave o delightful !•
I*'lmnmcrrt to the member* of the Young
M-n Christian Association last night.
Alter programme of tons*, rtafllnsi.
and r< citation*. refreshment* were served
1 i number of the laities ami the men-
Ur* of the Hrotherhooil.
Tne programme conslstefl of a quartette
' he choir of Christ Church. Mr*. N H
1 oli-. Mr* Hunter. Mr. Gorman, and
SI- <; iv. BeckettMr. Arthur It Klllolt
c 1 n rending from Joel Chandler Marrl*.
Sfr- rinme xang'a solo, uivl wai followed
Mr. (iormait, who sang PlnsutT*
-n of the Earth." Ml** Marlon
(•• ; r ret Iti and "Jett Her Wny.” and a*
1 m ore. "A Midnight Catantrophy."
Sir* Finnic gave another song, und wo*
l< - ei| to respond with a recall piece.
SI -r c. S. Connerat, Jr., and Mr 1-red
>nd playetl n violin duet. "Over
inv Wave*." composed by Sir. John
S' k in.!
next social to the member* will he
r i Nov. 3 by the But her League of
I* l I.utheran Church of the A*cen*lon.
I OOI.EVJ STOKE 111 RNEO.
•‘elle vert to Have Item Hohhed and
let on fire.
Tf- fire on Hutchinson's Ilan<l. report
•and i. ycaaerday'a Morning New*, provetj
'’ 1 the store of Thom ig Cooley at Ba It
I 1,1 v am) Planters' Cut. From the ctr
• „ attending the lire. It I* he
el the store wn* first robbed and then
r and A report to thl* cffei t was m ule
*' 'h police barrack*. Mr. Cooley rtl
tr'*,r * hi* loss at about *I.OOO. with |n
’Jr"ee of about *3OO. He had conducted
v* there for a number of years.
' -'e lire could die plainly seen at 1 o' lock
” , * 1 " morning from the Morning News
' When first ke,. n It was thought
r, !l ' lot of freight ear* on the Seaboard
' r Inay's track* were burning, hut It
“•<! to be too far away for tbl*.
FOR THE FLORAE PARADE.
Elks Working to Make It s Bril
liant A Bale
The Elks are making a strong effort for
the floral parade during the carnival. The
committee has arranged a line of hand- j
some prises. The largest of oourve. will
be for the best and most artistic decorat
ed vehicles The prlxes will be for arils
tic merit only; regardless of horses, or
expense of decoration, or any other fea
ture than the decorations and their merit
from an artistic standpoint
There will be three prtxes. first, second
and third, and In addition first and second
prlxes for the most comical, most original,
and best chllJ's and pony turnout.
These prizes will bo In cash
The committee decided on cash prizes, as
In this wny all danger of duplication will
Speaking of thenovi land beaut If ul efY sets
that ran he very reasonably obtained. Di
rector Henson said yesterday: “The beat
reaulls are obsalr.able with but one or two
colorings on each vehicle Thu* we will
suppose a carnage decorated In pink and
white, the carriage Is first covered with
white cheese cloth, and nothing could give
better effects than cheese cloth; then the
phik flowers are fastened on; fhey are
sewed to the covering and Interwoven, so
the finest carriage Is not Injured In the
least The harness Is covered In the name
way The lathes are dressed In pink and
while, the leaders In shite dock with
pink (leavers, and there you have a dream
of beauty. Then follows a rig In pure
purple throughout: another, with black
horsea, decorated In black-hearted yellow
popples, yellow hnnies, ladle* In black
and yellow, leaders In Mack dress suits,
stlk hags, and yellow flowers: then comes
the dainty little phaeton, with spotless
white pomes, and tbs entire affair from
the canopy over the ladles to the ground
In pun white Thus, one follow* The
other, all a pletUTe, each a part of the
whole, and none that need cost more than
lie at the most."
The Royal Italian Rand will he here an)
in constant attendance at the fair
grounds Prof. Tony I’lcllonla. loader or.d
manager will soon arrive and arrange the
programme* for the Iwo weeks: this, with
the Katrman Boston Concert Baud and
other musical attraction* engaged Insures
plenty of good music
Prizes will be offered on bicycle parade*,
and any riders who decorate their wheel*
will be allowed In the floral pa rut s
These parade* will lake place Wednesday.
Nov. 7 and Wednesday. Nov. 14. at noon.
ItlU r.L ZKMOHA WAXTKO IV fiPAIV.
I.ettrr from fonsol tienrrsl at B,r
rrlnns tn kaperlnten.l—nt of Police.
Police Superintendent Screvan’s service*
were Invoked yesterday by a letter from
the United States consul general at Bar
celona. Spain, to find If posstMe Minus!
Zomora. The letter bears the date of Ort
12, and Is as follows: "To the Chief of
Police of the City of Savannah, Go. Sir
I hove the honor to atate that one Bar
tholomew Zemora, who. according to the
enclosed certificate of marrtatfe. wo* mar
ried In Savannah to one lemla Forrest,
tn a Catholic Church of said place. I.ss
appeared at my office ami requested me to
make inquiries In behalf of the where
.ilKMits of hts son. Mlftuel Zemora. who
was horn In Savannah In the year IB7S,
and from whom he has had no news for
the past fifteen year* Said person states
that he thinks his son live* near the Oulf
Railroad wharf, and is desirous of know
ing If he Is dead or alive.
"Any Information lhat yosi may he able
to give him through this consulate gen
eral will be appreciated.
"1 also request that you will return to
this offirie the certificate of marriage 1
am, sir. your obedient servant” (the name
of the writer 4s undecipherable).
Inclosed with the letter was the mar
riage certificate lasue.l from this county
by lion John O Ferrlil Nov 2s. 1874. and
showing that the roupb- was married on
Deo 3 of the same year by la'vl 8. Hart,
notary publle and Justice of the peace.
Kupt Screven ha* not yrt found any
trace of the subject of the letter.
I H.UIGED WITH BTEALIM; *IOO.
White Man to lie Tried on the
Charge of Assault With Intent to
In the Recorder's Court yesterday Mag
gie Burroughs, colored, was tried on the
charge of stealing lift' from Mr. John
Oreenan of No. 21 Congress street, east
She denied the charge, but was remanded
to the Superior Court.
Robert White, colored, arrested two
days ago by Detectives Shea and Murphy
~n the charge of breaking Into end rob
bing the office of the Marine Railway on
Hutchinson's Island, and whose case had
occn continued, was also turned over to
the Superior Court.
John Jones, colored, charged with hav
ing forged the name of John Ponlln *o
a registry receipt, was sent back to the
lock igi to be held subject to a warrant
of the United Slates authorltlew.
Thomas Carr, white, arrested the night
before for being drunk ami disorderly.and
charged further with resisting and strik
ing the officer, was fined $' with the yptlon
of ten day* In the station houae.
The ease of W. yj. Cooper, white, of
No. f>22 Anderson street, west, who had
!.een placed on the Information docket on
the charge of firing his pistol on the
street on the night of Oct 22 and. further,
with an assault with Intent to murder,
having shot at C. A. Pacettl. was contin
ued until Tuesday.
TRMPOBARY LETTCRI OHASTBO.
Mrs. Alice E. Wnlker Will Adminis
ter Personal Estate of Mr. Parish.
In the Court of Ordinary yesterday
Judge Fernll gianted temporary letter*
of administration upon the personal es
tate of the late George W. Parish to Mr*
Alice E Walker, hi* daughter and one
of hi* heir* In the peilllon for temporary
letter* Mrs Walker shows that the per
sonal estate of Mr ParUh amount* .n
value to *7.500.
Mr Parish left a will but that ha* not
been (lied In this will, which was made
some years ago. Mr Parish directed that
| hi* wife should bo the executor of hi* es
tate that In ease of her death or dl-
I qualification. Wallace W Fraser should
| be executor, ami In the event of Mr Fras
et s dlsq nail tit a lion, the executor should
be Valmote l>. l-cbey. Since the will wa*
made Mr* Parish h* died. Mr. Praaor
ha* become mentally incapacitated, and
\lr. I.clx-y ha* removed from the Jurtsdlc.
tlon of the court
I'nder these circumstances temporary
letters of administration on the personal
I .state were granted to Mr*. Walker, who
■rave bond In the sum of 115.0 m. The will
will be filed ond probated at the next term
iof the Court of Ordinary, when Mr*
i Walker will also apply for permanent let-
I ter* of administration
* < I
A BREST ED H*’ THE POLICt
Few Prisoners end hone barged
AVlth n gerlon* Crime.
There were only a few arrest* at the
barrack* up to midnight. Th<*. White,
colored, was arrested by Detective Mur
|)hy. on the charge of assaulting and cut
ting Willi* Grant.
Mike Nolan, white, was arrested by Pa.
trolmnn Detgnan for being drunk and
! ,fj.,rderlv. The prisoner resitted arrest.
I and will have that charge to answer, also,
j W Dudley, wa* *ent In by P.itro ma a
| wall charged with *trik!ng Jacob John
| colored The other arreats were of
1 little tnocnent.
IHE MOKNING NEWS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,1900.
New England Women
Have an Abiding Faith in Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
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and steadfast belief that some day others would rerognixe in us the truth,
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with it. I had two doctors, but they
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Mkm Mauki. Oooki.n,
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female weakness. I had leueorrhoea
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Also suffered with headaches, pain
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THEY WANT PAY FOR STREETS.
rOLUNDVIM.K. PETITIONERS HKAHII
MV Cl TV COI VC IL.
f lalmril That thr City H> Sever
Acquired Tltlr to Htrrrte Oprarit
Tkrrr liy Ihr 111 n< I Company ol
Which Mr. J. . Collin* Wn* Prea
tdcnt—kcnhoard Company May Hr*
rrlrr AmUtNnrr From Flrrmrn
Hhrn Irrdril—Senator and Itrprr
aentatlvee Requested to Support
City’* Mill to Aequlrr l.noil Outside
thr Corporate l.toilt*.
Thr Commlttrr of Ihr Whole of Council
met ye*ter<lay aftrrnoon and spent about
an hour listening to a delegatl n of Col
linsville property owner* unte th* It *****
for aclileimnt with the city of thdr
claim* for street* and lane* opened
through land* of the Htv.tnn.th Real Ks
tate. Loan ami Building f'ttmpany In isiht.
It I* claimed that these street* were
opened under an attrerment with Council
by which the city agree! to open all th
street* lending across the Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway and that
the failure of the city to live up to its
agreement depre* tated the value of th*-
real estate owned by the company nnd
caused heavy lost* to the p tilloner*
Messrs. J. 8. Collins. W I. Simklns. W.
1,. Orayotm. W. J Lindsay and Hugh 10-gan
-gan appeared before the committee and
advotated the claim* ol iht petitioner*.
A meeting of Council was held after the
meeting of the Committee of the Whole
but no mention * i 1 made of the Collln--
vill*' mailer. M lyor Myers --aid. after the
meeting that the Collinsville mtli*r hot
been pending for some time and that hat
object In giving a hcirlng to the petition*
era wu* to enable tie no mb* r* of Council
to g< t a clear understanding of th* o**Je*'ts
of the p< tlllon. What at lon would h*
taken the Mayor w.* not prepared*!** sty.
No specific sum I* named by the pctl
i loners m I heir request for eompens*itlon.
They assert, however, that the city ha*
never acquired title to the rtre t* and
lanes In question nnd that the title still
re*t* In the eoni I*l tty or Its successor* It
is possible that the petitioner* may b*
willing to accept rotters*ions In other di
rections In lieu of cash.
Several minor matters wen <lUp**r.l of
at the recess meeting of Council. A reso
lutlon wa* adopted, calling tifon th*
senu'or from !hl district an*l tre terre
tentative* from this county to give Mielr
support to the bill giving the city the right
,o acquire land* beyond the *or..o:ate
limit* for th* imrpof** of opMiin* * trr *
I for rfßMfttrie*. P* hou** mrut tot other
I tut bile purpowf. No tlluatan ** bia *
j to any other proposed lo*a! legislation
A communication warn recslved from
Hupt. Cecil Gsbbett of the Seaboard Air
IJn* calling attention to correspondence
'wtween Agent C. C. Margin and Hupl.
John E Maguire ot the fir*- department,
with reference to securing assistance from
m*m!*rs of the department In case of
fire* occurring at the SealMmrd’s lermin *kt
!on Hutcnioson Isjan*l. partb tilsrly tt
I night. When the force of employ* remaln-
Itng there Is small. The He.tboard do**
not ask for the uot of the city’s engine*
or other apparatus, but simply deslrw the
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•if uu vu Q ky Jfeak or Lftui. faun.vhicb
will bo paid to mnj t*r #ou vbo ran And that
the ftbuffl ibfttAonUl tetter* tr not gena-
Im, or were p’lbliihed before obUUalog the
writer * ti>ecl#l nermiMlou.
Ltdia K. mkBAM Mewcimc Cos.
service of ten to fifteen trained firemen
In cam of flr<* to uWI th* •m
--ployen In working th*‘ hose imml othr
fir** apparatus which hi i*** n
by the company. Th*- matter was referred
to th Pir* Commit!*. with power to :i't.
Thlx i* preeumi-d to N* practicully equiv
alent to irrantinK the Seaboard'* petition
A reoototion wim nlo|>ted mtifyint? th
h i ion of Minor Myers In IrnlorxinK the
treasury warrant recently received from
th*- I’nited Btit*x jfovemment for 130,000
In payment for the clty'e prop*rty • thr
quarantine station. It #eme that the
ir*:uury .nMhoriliea wen* not **Htl*fi><l
with the t*impl- attnrhment of th** My
or n etiermture A copy of the resolution
will le forwarded to Washington, togeth
er with m extract from the city char
ter. showing the authority conferred upon
the Mayor in mi h m.liters.
TK %It I %<■ IHW> 11 1% IM %/./,%.
Henry Jneliter Wuntn nit ln|nnetlnn
luuDim* H. **. linker.
Mr. Henry Jurhter hied a petition for
* temporary nnd permanent Inlunrtlon
nsainst M. S. Maker in the Superior Court
yesterday, asking that he he restrained
from encroaching upon he pl<lntiff>
property, on Waklhurtc street, between
It.irnnrd iixl Jefferson
Plaintiff and defendant ore owners of
adjoin ins lots and residence* in that lo
cality. It p* recited In the petition that
the defendant Is building u plnxsu to his
residence, in<l Is tearing flown part of
th* pi.ilntiff h piazx.i to do It. The paint-
Iff says h** hu - i>aen In quit* pea* • able,
uninterrupted and undisturbed |K>ssession
of hie phizx.i nnd the ground it occupies
for eleven yearn. and h*- wants the tnt*r
feten* • with It. of which h eay* the
plaintiff ia jruilty. permanently stopped.
Jude** Pnlllßiint yrsint<'l t temporary
restralnlnx order nd rule, requirinic the
defendant to show cause before him this
mornlnK. why an Injunction should
not h* Issued The pin Intiff it* represented
by Mr. It. It. ftirh.irde
at tiii: rut:%Tt:n.
••l*rlonrr of /.endn** at Two l*er
"The Prisoner of Zcnda" will be seen
at two (terformames to-.Jsv. matinee ami
nlftht. The prorim.’tlon Is by special ar
rangement with Mr. Daniel Krohman, un
der whose rian jg-m>nf the play has l>een
presented since Its Inception. Although
last year was Its fourth year. Its pecuniary
success was so great that It has been de
cided to present It another year The
leadin* role, the dual one of ft tssendyli
and the Klnir. will Is* assumed by
Vaughan Glaser, whose os*odatk>n with
the play as Frit* von Tarlenh* Im In the
past ha:* so materially added to Its suc
cess Charlotte Tlttell os the Princess
FI ivia ha* a chan Her that fits her abil
ities and personality like the proverhla!
Treasurer of ktnfe Grocers.
Mr. Jame T. Evans of this city w*
e lac tad treasurer of th* Georg a Retali
Oaocery Association which ha* Just end* 1
Its meeting In Atlinta. The other offi
cers are R. H. Jarvis of Athena, president,
and CUsha Winter ot Atlanta, secretary.
pen sos al
tlon by th- thirk lonn fv^nkir*
•*r ,U Kink) or tlryan will pi In ■ *n
bp beltfr *lth . kcmxl pair ol
iNclm that will c.-*r iht< vision 4n<l inHku
print plwlti Mint tJis:m t, amt thus l ik*
away tht-Mf oi l wrinkle** by •train
ing the rye's Vt*to<i Improved ot not n
cent ch*irK<Hl for my youthful-look-HivltiK
eyfug.OMM miul *|>4S tkolru. >
IsMiNt lirotiKhtofi. Iluir, J< wrtry anti jJhuv
in A Suppl\ llou*e. I'tMh gtvn (or olt
go)l Aful rll Vi r
MOlil'IlINi; nl'H’XI. LAUDANIM,
cocotnu hibtl, mytclf currd, will inform
you of hdrmir 4 *, p* rmAi*ni homo curr.
KlAry B. Baldwin. Box 1212. Chi* ago
~OIL HUATKRH. WOOD HKATKII.
roul hmtorif oook f*to\i * ml rn*v*. It*
Itablu Koodi* C. I*. Millrr. 4g**n
"TkOV RHTIIiKMKNTII BKT I.N CAI
IT.VUB WIUB UK I'RINTKD IN OL*AH
HIIIKI* AI \ KHTIHBM KNT lOU’.MN
PoR TWO rKN'TH A WORD NO Al*
VKRTIHKMKNT TAKEN FOR LFHR
i. TOUR IRON BAFB~FIRE-I
f*ilff*l A Frrfinan ImVr f*lAHillig ofTrr
of SI.OOO (or vi ry rafr of their muke thwt
do*A not pipirrvo lit C4ntrnlii itn' ■Afr
wan Iti butnltiK b hriv in hour* Wh* n
t,ikrn oul. th* ho** Kal to he tnrnnl n
It Whi'ii opn i, not a page w *!lm*'ol
omtl, not a rp. *rr<l 10- 1, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want gucurlty. buy a
StifTel Sc Mife C. P. Miller.
■“YOU WIKI, UKI. THR MUsK from
Rprti)gttld Dairy; U rich and pure; try
FI’IIMITURK IfpIIOLRTKRD. MAT
trr**r r*f*nov.tr<l, Antiqua furnlturr rr
|m)idhwl. furnlturw pMoknl and rhlpfird In
manner Brml mo your orders. C
P. Mllkr. Agent.
CAM KM A JAPONirAS ANdIAZAUIAR
prior, $1 o*> and upward, din’d Importa
tion through Savannah Custom Mourn .
by A C nuiwury. opio*h*- (lolf
Link*. Phon*. 4%. nl**o Hyurlnthii. Nir
Fii - < *iAM ml Llllru. Plant now' J,
Agent. (*an‘ K. Moylo, 10 Brough
ton rlr*d, *nl.
IF ITfl RUGS YOU WANT YOU CAN
gt thrm Uici(>rr from McOtllla.
SPFriAL AN UNLIMITED BUPPLT
ot nlw© willow roikorv; ladies' ots. At $2
J. W. T* !•
I NOW LOCATRb AT 414 Wis i
Broughton, ring up 11** If von wm to
hvr your fumlturo or parked for
or I guaranty** prlroo
thr* sunie a I do ihr wrork (huff ilvrn
to m* A. 8. Griffin. 414 Broughton •trral.
waal; mattr*a*a m.iln to oilrr
MILLKRrf STOVER AND RANGER
g|vt aitUfactlon Tha Magnatlc. Kcono
mlAt. Waldorf, King, and othnr good
make* at niasonabl* price*. >'<' Brough
K ENBINOTON FARM MI tC" uTUN-
Aurp4ia**l for rlchneA*. delivery U pr*r
f#ct; phone. 2246
gifi M11.11.1t KI)R OKFK’K desks'
ofTlca tabUk. offi ** tnatilng. oAlca shade#
SH Broughton, w^st
"WHEN TOP BKK~M*GILMK’^BIXTT
im h 99-4'ent rugn. you will buy thorn.
Just can t ht*lp It; will sell In #ny quan
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH
I# a wporlalty with McdlHlr.
~M!LLKR H NEW IN CAH
peta. mattings. IlnolAumu. window- • hud#*.
r*tc. All work donr In style. 207
Brought' n, wowl
brAiitlfy your jairlor.
""M’GILLIS IB CHEAP ON RVG. NfrTN
lr# curtains. harnnvKkH, water roolors.
plilowi*. ploturwA. Atov*’*i, hfdroom nulti,
nnd furniture of rvary dr*>crl|>tlon.
"BUI: THE JEWEL STOVER AND
r.ingrH for Mir by J. W. Twple; also
for lnAiirn f* gANrdln# atove.
jl >* BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCK
white thoy I Aft. leiirg*- of
rockorp, divan# an 1 tisy chaira. C. K.
KENSINGTON FARM IS
ete\atton In th country, fr*#* from city
drainage. Imponslhte fo" milk to tx*coino
rontumlnatcd, by Impum odor#; If you
want pure Jcr*ey milk, phonr* 2245. I>w
llvcry prompt; nattefactlon guaranteed.
MGILLIB MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and at or e pkino# and furniture; l<#t work
only; no * “Cheep-John" prlct—no *‘C’hei|-
"GOLD PfßHi IMS m CANARY BIRDS.
$2.80: Ofh ffKMI and gruff; J. Gardner,
agent, 114 Park avenue, euat.
SLOO FOR WOVEN WIRE iCOTS
while they laal. C*. P, Miller, iigcnt.
"s.7*o FOR AMT SQUAREB WHILE
they last. Big a4>rtmcnt. all graden or
art •quorß, rugs, mat#, portlcreg. C. I*.
GILLIft SELIaR^HIXTY• IN<*II RUGS
Smyrna |nt< rn#—for 10 rrnt.’*,
“ADVERTIBBM ENTS SET IN CAP
ITALH WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAH
HI FIEI> ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CEN'rS A WORD NO AD
VKRTIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN MO .
SAVANNAH NftfiXT HTITTICR-
Inff people arc now floekinrc to
Dr. G. W Randolph, Albemarle
Hotel, Columbia. 8. C., and we
learn from leading papers that he is cur
ing many. He has rK*(fwl to #o to B<*-
vannah, Gj., the Oth of Nov., and st.iy
ten daya. ll*- will then so to Dallax.
Tex. Htutterer. this aeems lo fn* your
last opportunity. Col. Willie Jone of
<*olumi>l.i, and many others r lou*l In
hlx pr.iix* . Christian Index.
""how ARE YOI *K FEET? ! F YOFU
f. et are troiibllna you. * all on m<- and I
will give you relkf; I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and oil disease?* of the feel
without puln; charges reasonable; *in
Slv* the Im st ref* renec* In the city; |*o
tfents treated ol resklefi*-es; orders can
be left at Uvlnitston's dru store, Hull
and rowere** streets, telephone 298. l.< m
Dsvih. HiirK'on chiro|iotllst.
WANTED. LICENCED DRIMKIIHT TO
take charge business In good locality. .\1
C.. <*are N*w*.
""BRICK DAY KRfl WANTED AT OAR
tonij. N <*. Klynt llulsllng and Construc
BAUiBHAS WANTED FOR FDOR
Ida. Apply fy let tar to with refer
ence, good f-olory (Mid to the rlsht tnun
Idpfsnan Bros., wholesale druggists, Upp
m-tn block. Hsvudimli, <*..
WANTED. PLFMBKRB.'“iITSST RR!de
layers, |3 £O, mill machinist, tiler, ham
merer. laundry ma< hinlst, washer,
hoard; bakers, tie inspector, hookkee|M*r,
oommlsaary clerk. Huber, Sl7 West Hay.
W A S T y. I v T ORORGI TOWN fTc.’,
at once; first-class white brick layers;
wagr-s, MVt per day. A*WJress, O. L. B.
C. of A. C. b Cos., Georgetown, 8. C.
""WANTEI) A HA I JCH.M AN Tt' TA K E
the sale of building, roofing and wrap
ping (stfM-rs, etc., iih a sl*l* line, on com
mission, for Hsvannah and vicinity. Ad
dress C. 8. Garrett A B**l . No. Houth
Marshall str‘r, Philadelphia.
The Horrors of u Blrlcken C|ty," by M'lrat
Halstead; fully Uloatrai*d. fastest selling
hook ever published; only 11.80; leai tarOM
guaranteed; outfit free, be qul< k. J. 8.
Zeifler & Cos., Chicago I/I.
HR* tgPKCTI'VFs" DIVIDEND” PA YI NO
otoi k at t 2 •} fer month, h ghest bank
references given; agents wanted In Ba
vannah. Addraaa, Uox 2%, Cripple Creek,
ftftKLft* W A.VI i.IK-KKM Al l*.
mmoTuS i ’L< >y\i k v-T au
Wmi Huy. J k 'Unvilu*. wnnf* hi Ip, ll
kind*, for Florid * *i*orffl* Na--*uiti anl
Cuba. iratot) lfftO-DWI. tk*e llutier for fur
QiaUR WANTED. FIVE GIRLS TO
fokl |per* in bindery. Apply * and 1)
Bay, went, between ft uml S. M. S. A I>.
vvori.n uikk to intkkkbt'culti*
vaf**l lady In lilklilv honor.ll buillii**.
out of which #h* can make from tluu.oO to
flfiO.O) ior month; muni In* koo>l talker.
The Anvil. Bavncmah, O.i.
WANTED. AN KXI'KItIENOKO OOV
eriven* capable of !*•*• hln* th* elMnentary
branch**!* atal mimic, non** dher n****! ap
ply. rail .*ll3 OfflethorfM 1 avenue. eayt 4 lw
tween - and 3 o’clock i* n.
WANTED, WOMAN TO rook AND
tin*) Iron, at the Isle of Hope. A*l
dret** ThompMm, thin ofTl* ••
wanted a woman as ciiam
tv -rim* tl ami tvou*** i* rv.mt. Apply at 1-1
Sixth street, w**-t
adVkrtiskm ENTS SET IN CAt *
WILL lit; PRINTED IN ClaAB
T> ADVKRTI s1: M ENT COLrMN
•■’OR TWO OKNTS A WORD NO Al*
VKRTIBEMENT TAKEN FOK LESS
WANTED. POSITION AS MANAOEII
of livery or Hair atahle bv young miirrl.il
man, who h.i.< had I.S yearn practical <■*
p, run. r, oati give l.ert reference!. Htl
ary no object nnlll uflor thorough Hi.il
J T. K Care Now Houlh. ro Hold. Way
BTHNOOR VI’HIvU ANI TvH'Wltlt
,r ill—iron to change poaltlon. tutiicrleticc.l.
owns in .chine A.l.lrr— Hfcnograpber,
cure Morning Ncwn. dl>
SITt’ATION WANTED. POSITION AS
bookkeeper fur * largo lurprnllne or n*
mill; ofi'itilor j.ro f r r r'it baat of rrfrr
ences on lo competency, .'ham. ter. elc.
Addrea* (' I* Mavla. la ru ila
%%' A AiTEIb—M I.AA IXLINBOfft.
TLvor WANT HOOD mii.k. iTet it
from S|wlngtii M Dairy, It's rich, pure and
“CASH PAID FOH (KIOD HECIINIr
hand oal pack*. Ill’ W net Huy alreet.
IF VOir WANT A PEACE TO DPMl
earth, illrt. ..hid manure, otr., fre- of
charge. Ju*t at city limit*. hauling our
hard road, write or telephone llrown
Pro. corner Amloraon and Eurt lirood
\E\ EItTESI MI.NTS BET IN CAP
I TALK WIEE Pi: PRINTED IN ODAH
SHIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
Fn|< TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
V ERTIHDM ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
'TrnTfnTr PLEASANT ROOM WITH
nr without board t 207 fTiarllon at root,
ei. at* r>N ianrr.
FLAT FOR RENT. ALSO ONE FDR
n I Mind room. Apply 127 West Lllierty
lIAHEMWNT FEAT OF THREE
room* In good order, with private fam
ily; nil convenience, reoaonahle to ilcalr
ab|e tenant. Addrea* basement. News of
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HORSE.
No 217 WaldburK street, east. btwon
Alnrn att<l Lincoln, tlrst -rlnm ardrr
anti rontlltlon; every ronvtnlenee ItlKht
rent to riirM tenant Estate Bslom*>ti
Cohen. West Ilroart and Urouahton streets.
|t*H l:r.N 1, 17 I't’lKV STREET,
eust; pos.eeskm at once. Apply Oeorjte
L Uartnany. oKftit. 1 Hr yen street, east
T< KEN I*. i:l A Nl> *23 RfiLTON
street, east; these are sood houses and
loeutlon csoellenl A|i|riy to C. A. Mcln
tire, m Ikatr-l ot Trade tailldlnF.
t >' '™" *
FUR UK AT—STORM*.
FOR RENT, S I ORE SOUTHWEST
corner Whitaker and Liberty street*. Ap
ply IS Llbrrty streot, west.
LARUE WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE
for rent, corner llrmqrhtoo and We*t
Ilrnud streets, formerly occupied by the
Huvunntiti Carrlaso and WaßOn Cos. 11. V.
ADVBH riSFMKNTS RET IN CAR
ITALrt WILL ItE PRINTED IN CLAi
81 FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO All
VKKTISRMENT TAKEN FOII LESS
FOH RALE—REAL ESTATE.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAB
SHIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A IVoRD NO AD
VKRTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN SC. .
“TWO-STi IRV HOUSE. IN IKKIII ros
dllktn. ami under Rood rental Only II W
If sold thl* week. Voilmans ft Dentmond.
FOR SALE. THOSE lijTS ON NINTH
street, nrar East Itrosd. tiava only been
sold to llrst-class p-irtla*. ~*io will make
Rood nelßhbors; and nona other can bur.
The term* are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other In th* vicinity.
C. H. Iloraett |
"FOR HALE. A LOT FOR TWO HUN-'
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth strata,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. It
FOR SALETIOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, at lasi each: wi:i soon be
ad van ed to EOS; when a lot has been
pall for I can arruna to get a bom*
built. C H. Doraett.
rORIfALE Q>TS OfTNINTH RTRI: FT
near East Broad: no city taxes, at IS*
each; Iteenly-flv* dollar* cash, and eaay
monthly payments. C. H. Domett.
-RESIDENCES AND BUILDINO LOTS
for sale all over the city. Robert H
Tatem. real estate dealer. No. I York
-FOR SALE OR RENT ACRE
farm with house an*l * bIIMHIS *
good ffirvlltloti Apply CTti Srewirt street.
BET IN CAP
ITALB WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAW
BI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTfSEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
to II SAI.E— XUStEL.LA.tKOt*.
It when your favorite rem*sjy foils, at 2vc
bottle added to Kill of honey make* a
splendid mixture for Infants ami children
BENZOIN BALM. MAKES THE skin
like velvet, for tale by druggist or at lien
ry and A her corn l’ersse Drug Stores,
Whitaker ami Taylor streeta.
“FOR SALE 1 TINKHAM 'CARRIER;
a cabinet for delivering packages; In per
fect order. L. W. ißcjtae. Churlerton.
S c. '
FOR HALE. ABOUT'ONE HUNDRED
a* res of growing hay on Poplar Drove
plantation, nboul on.' mile from the city
ilrnl's on the White Bluff road. Apply in
Union ft Cunningham
“for SALE. HALF INTEREST IN A
North Carolina summer resort. B , rare
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
tale, U crops first year boxes; 12 001 a* rn
round Umber, ai SI.SO per acre. I* per
thousan*! boxet for le.*se*l timte-r. ph'iity
of limber to be got; In Rye mffea of r.il -
road; will give pots*anion row or ai end
of season Add rent Hound Timber, cat*
FIRE PROOF SAFHS—WB CARRY A
fine Hu* of fire |iruof Mfw In (Work at ail
time#. The pwrUe# cun *** exactly what
they are geftaig. Our pii t *w ace aa tew
av mwnufat'turer# w# It tt, ib freight add
ed. Pnrtle# Interested, who wiah u spo>*\
fire proof aafe will and.. well to tnftpect
our itirk. Idppmaw Rroa. ( Lippman
Idorlc, agcntiA for mavnrfa turer*.
"* SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pur# n.Uk; |ry it; yuu
will be plenMed.
A DVRRTIS f: M IN CAP
ITAIoK WILL BE PRINTED IV
SIFTED ADVERTISE Mi: NT **OLCMN
i \TP A W*>RL HO AD
V K RTIHF. M ENT TAKEN FOR
THAN 3rM ,
LOU Ain rot mi.
tiutnc <*f Prin... Reward If left at 3tT
- LEA runt
reticule, c*ntalntng luii* h of key# and
h mdk* rchlef. Reward at 1130 Hamarifl
FOUND M lUTT
htrxl f<*t white Owner can have name
by paying • m m Apfdy to J. T. Mon
ah-in. 3L* Jr'flfep*on #4re*t.
- ’ ' ' ■ ■■■'——*■—
111 (IIW KI.
ADVERT IS EM IIN I 8 SET 'Ts'
ITALS WILL lil I'RINI I D IN CIsAH
HI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT <' *LIIMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO Al
V ERTIBE MEN T TAKEN FOR
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL F.
In your Uit* re. t to let me give you an e#-
11 mate on vuur plumbing, new or oil
work, repair work a #|M*4ia)ty, aa 1 am
n practical plumber No gue#H work to
rt#langer your life. Wlggln#, phone fSf.
Georgia or lu ll
Ml at ELLA VEOL'I.
ADVERTIHEM entb set in cap
itals WILL ME PRINTED IN CliAd-
MIFIED ADVERTISEMENT 4 COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LKHS
CALL UP PERRY St RENTON. IF
you .re going to move, rhlft or wtova fur
nlturt . Bell |4a>nc 1124.
WELLSBACM GAS LA MI'S. 0014-
pltlff, put up. only 75 i nil, ami goaran-
Imxl to aiive you vmumy <*3 yottf ge bill;
you i mii ulway* tlml m a#tH>rtm nt of
naaniel# here, from 10, 1;>, lb to $--• cent#;
don't forg* t the plate. A. <?. Prba Sc !*o..
Slat** und JefTeroon ‘pbontaa (31.
'HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
with < term An ready-mix art paint; entire
#Attefa<ilon guaranted. Adurna Paint
“wanted] ONE THOUSAND ifUN
gry people at the S>utheni Grocery Com
pany, 114 Barnard afreet.
“FERRY a BENTON WILL RENO
vate yotir old vnattreoAe# ami furniture,
make good m.i new, at very Utile coft.
WE SELL HEWER PIPE FLUE
pipe, fire clay, fir# brick al lowet prteaa.
Adtm Paint I'ompany, 104 Congraaa.
“MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED cents
In every hlbr of your hanl-earned hard
ra#h at the Southern Grocery Company,
114 Harnard atrret
SANITARY PLUMBING. OAH AND
#trum-fit ting; when we give you our A4t
mnlcA w** g*t your work, becauua we em
ploy only • x perl meed HuinUrn, nnd guar
antee entiAfa<tten. A C Price A Cos.,
Slate iirnl Jefferaao arw!ta; 'phmWf Ad.
l'i:illlY * liKNTON tisi: 81-KXIAI.
car- In nH>vlii*, MnpH)K sul storKig
furniture; 'irhon* 1134.
OTPHINX Ifl THE MKHT WAUI. Fin
ish made Adams I’anK Cos., Buvannab
sxents. 104 Conxrsoa wsat.
~YOt'K IIANiIf. MAI' MEKfi TO HR
connsetsd or dlwonnoa tnt: If you warn It
don* a little chru|M'r 'hon somebody also
will do It. or If you want [tlutntdna work
ot any kind don*, call on A. C. Prtr* 4k
Ca, Htatr. and Jsfferson streets, '(>hons
~ RKDf CB TOl-R T.TVTNO EX PKNSRB
hy Invsstlnx your hard-earned htrd nash
with ths Houthsrn Orocary Cumpany, 114
For sale at all News Stands
STATE OF IJEORtHA. CITY OF BA
vannnh -Under ami by virtue of s dis
tress warrant Issued from the City Court
of Savannah In favor of J Randolph An
derson. agon! of estate of E g'. Anderson,
Jr., against Mrs. Itertha Smith, and by
virtue of on order of sale granted by th#
Honorable Ttioma** M Norwood. Judgn
of the City Court of Savannah, on th. I7ib
day of October. A. D. HOC. I will put up
and expose for sate at pubih outcry an
th** 2Silh day of October. A. I). IHfiO, within
the legal hours of tale, to the highest bid
der for rath, the following personal prop
All Hint certain slock of g*sjd>. ware* utvl
merchandise i-ontaln.sl In the store num
bered twelve (121 Broughton etreet. east.
In thioclty of Savannah. Oeorsta. known
as "Gardiner's Ituxaar." e*>n*l*ilnß of toys,
fancy goo* It. notions. Jewelry, ll*.nut s’ sup
plies. seed*. !s.k'. stallom'ry. cutlery, cu
rloeliles. birds, cages, hardware. Japan* se
goods, photographs. * ones, and all otb<r
articles of whatsoever character or kind
contained In sai l sio* k of goods, ami nlao
flxture*. <-ouni* nt. show case*, one (I) Iran
safe. desk, chairs, awning, electric light
and gas fixtures In nnd about said store.
Saul property Is levied on as the p*op
en y of Mrs. Bertha Smith, ami will he
*ol*l ou the premises at No. 12 Broughton
street, east, us s whole or In par eb* or
lots as may tie must ndvunlag<oue.
E J WHELAN.
Sheriff Clly Court of Savannah.
Seed Oats! Seed Rye!
Texa# Rust Proof Oats, Coast-raised
Ry*. Cow Feed. Hay, Grain, Bran and
Feeds of all kinds for stock and poultry.
T. J. DAVIS,
Telephone 223. 1U Bay •(reel, west.
Pee Big ff tor vonatarel
li— hvrger, InXaaiaisUwMk
rritatiiias or operation,
>t aiuroa* Bwatbrseew
Feints**, end not eetns**
, gent or poimoae.
Netd by Brsntafe,
or sent In wrapper,
Cl re o Ist Stmt urn reused
These tiny Capiules are supeftgJ
|\l to Balssm of Copaiba,
I 'V 7 CubebsoelnjectionsandlflliDYll
CURE IN 48 HOURS VJ/I
LV J the ume diteaies vithoufl