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ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.
(Continued f'om Kighth rff >
unchanged. Thi* t<- th<- infallibility of the
l'upr It is not th* by h* own
power, mho transmit* in* •* J*
the power of God U*>k •• eleetrlr
bulb* above \>ur h*d- ih*> will *•! bine
out bn*n v to-nighi. th* do not shin©
now Mom .an ehm- uni©** *>"
fit ted milh the power bouse* How cen
a men prea.’h the word of God ufilee# the
power la given him' It doee, indeed,
►eem strange thei surh • hue end cry
* hom'd have Ivni r*li***<S etiout thh* tofnllt
b|||t> Jt 1- :a plain language, nothing
but the *<*..• to convey * mesvag*
ttreight If hrlft • ame on eerth to
an 1 wl:.‘d h* teaching to reach
u at tnr • • ot the nineteenth century.
He muit |)v* nritibllthed mean* for that
purpose Tu* hwrtet of th* church *m
)>cwered I? to t*e h whet He taught, atel
II wa* to t.e wltn th* .‘hurch. to keep >t
ft*>m hit x *m>r If ! receive a cable
gram from KnKland or France, 1 f‘*©i ■on
vlntcd that the wire .in be trusted. It did
not unco* ! h* mts*ag*. that w* 1 be
lieve in* wire to 1m Infallible If nature ;
er*k- m twjpper wire with infallibility to
transmit a It* It Incredible tha*
<;<*! oiid give power to men to transmit j
thht message c’orre.'ily? He t(Hb Ilia,
rvond coire< tJy through J 9*' mile* of time 1
a-* f end mine through i,UW) ruder j
of *pe e
‘What wou.d follow from th s'* That |
we would all believe the Mttv thing ad j
th*re would rvu b- outhi le the < •ttols
Church three hundr**d contradl* ioiy aeci
*4 claiming t<> tei* h what Christ taught
Infallibtlit i' t: only a*!utlon f the re
ligKeie quest on
‘ And whan m lrn research pro llm
that It wld . so religion t suit m*iern
and mc-derr. needs. It forg-t* that
!• nee. It
has upset iheor.es, bit no upset ac*tetice
The prli iile* of astronomy r- n+ thev
were * o \*.r* ago. Now the religion of
Christ i no the©M . t u the truth of G<ki
and the truth of Go*t is unchangeable and
the truth will set you free
"Bclenee *. .-ay opt usca the church. e
called eclan. e It ark- the church to
chance but it forgets t .at it l the Very
uncbin*.. alder-• ( s-irttce that m tktts
Jt us:u Th' .Mi onorrur predict Ii
eclipse w i*h u‘‘ til!’ p • ertainty Why wl 1
no; ** i*r • . de to religion what It
claim* for itself?
\% ui*lied the Archbishop.
After he **rm .n the celebration of th
•olen.- j*ntirt ! lush m*e* %-.as irstimVd
It eras her* that th* choir v heard to
Its full rdvantag** Tl.o < * lebr .♦ Mi ©a
somewbai | gih\ .nd It w .s no,iced th.if
the Archbishop ©* *rned rather w arm un
der bis accumulation of v>-!m n s. Du *
log the . ermon\ the Archbl* **p occupied
th*- Mshop'a throne on th- right of !h *
ear. *tuary with h\* <teacone of honor on
hi* right and lef Hi l*i Kei e> **cc ipi**d
• temporary throne on the l*ft of the
ran. iury Th* bishops with th*Mr cha:-
I line occupied s**ara on the north ard
south **Wlea of the sanctuary whl> the
aurpliced clergy awt in chairs placed Jus
inside the ati *r rallln Th 1 nlta’ boys
and train le*rers h.id **e*> In the aisle a*
the foot i** the *;in*tuarv
Naturally the papd delegate was th’
•übjece of • loe inspection uion the ja*t
of ihe c*ongrogation, few c*f whom had
ever pe. n so high an ofhclal of the Ro
man church Kr owing that he wma n son
of Italy h*’ beholders w* r not surpr ae 1
at finding him dark and swarthy and
•mail in stature as compared with mod
o f the officiating pr* ate Ills Grace i*
rather a young Itx.k ng min to occupy a
position of suoh Inv ortance. apparently
being but Utile over fot> y*ars of age.
though as a matter off ct he is i as* fifty.
He has dark h*t r the fa 'e of an ascetic,
and eyes* wh! h gleam from under heavy
At ■- v nrs f sc he h g lined
fnarkel distinction In the church and it
current !k In W hit -n that he will
he given the . ird nal’s hat whenever It
p]eis< the* Top. to recali him tn Rome
A’ the cot lualon f the mass the Arch
bishop reno\e*l his pontifical vestment*
and assumed ari h pe of fur known a
the cappa mag i The sendees rmcludad
with the pro csslon fr*m the t'nthdral
In the sinn* or 1* r In "hi h I* entered to
the music of th* rp. ealoti t!
On reaching the * rlety the prelatrs
end attending clergy r* rrs>ve*l their vest
ment* and later proceeded to the I** Boto,
a-her- o dinner wna iven In thir honor.
THE Ml *lt' % HPBt'IAI. PMATI HF.
\\o l nn l nniinttl Oreler of liii , i‘l-
Imrr anti etplestdlelly **.
One i.f Ihe mo l enjoyable port* of the
Cathedral Jitll ation the mu
*lc. which waa of on unusual
ly rirtllntl character, am) aplen
oldl y tuna the artistic work in the
ensemble pari* brine most noticeable, or
well an the- great beauty of the solo*
The choir was comniwol of slxiy voices,
under the direction of Mr. F. E Reharer.
and ho HUpiilrarntfd by an orchestra of
twelve* pit- es. beslde-s the gre-e organ. ll
aelf replete with or' hesiral eflw is. The
name* of the .-Intter* and mush Una tr
published 111 yeeetrrdgy's Morning Ncwa
f too nod >lr— Solennel * or "Maas
to Hi IV. Ila which was the chief work
of llio programme baa never Iwen taller
run* In Savannah, anti certainly l a* neier
met with mom approval man It <lkl yester
day. If on* might Judg- from the- many
congratulation* ttiai were showered upon
Choir Master Hebarer. and. Indeed, upon
everybody conne is.) with the progromme
The> opening number of the ma*a, ihe
"Kyrle." hue been described as "a per
fect prayar in music," and ha rendition
yesterday would Justify that description.
The answering cff- t* of the different
#O.O parts and their perl* t blending Into
the swelling volume of the chorusca can
he dee. rite*l by no olher word than beau
The "Gloria too. was no lea* perfectly
sung, and was In ecope and variety of
effects even m.r beautiful. Opening with
a *otn voice s.ng the "Gloria In Excelsls"
with harp arpeggio accompaniment, and
fh* auhdued hum of many voices, Ir hear*
our rhe composer* tntentton of represent
ing Ihe tuneful praise of an angel, and
the voice# of the Heavenly Host This
vrns merged Into the ' 1 lorn Ins lieu*," and
followed by the "Qul Tollls.” and the "(Jut
Pedes." the whole blending h irtaonloualy
Into the “Miserere" and ending tn a tnag
nincent burnt of harmony with th* tlnaJ
Th# "Credo" waa filled with beautiful
ehoral e-ffee-e*. the opening pari going hy
a beautiful de crescendo into the "Incar
nates" for aeeln voices with answering
moral parts, and ending with the "Re.
rurrexll" and finale.
The ' Sar.ctus." probably the best known
part of the entire maa waa also splen
didly sung. Mr .1 .1 MeDotioigtt liking
tha solo part* The Agnus Pei" t!k*wt* -
wav an excellent effort introducing a par
ticularly beautiful harp effect In the so
prano aolo which waa sung hy Mr Wil
The offertory. “Ave Maria” Gounod,
rung by Mrs. Gross, with vlnl.n o lic.it.>
by Air John Wlegand. was another cf
tne newi delightful number*.
Miss Ca|io and Mr George W Beckett
weie th- soloists of the "To Ilium.' tha
rloaliig numlier of the programme The
work in this at In the earlier numbers
FE.imil) VI'THH THE H IM.
Clerical Guests Royally Entertained
at Ihe lie Soto.
Monsignor Marllnelli. the visiting
To assist dig#* lon. relieve distress
after eating or drinking too heartily,
to prevent constipation, take
Sold everywhere. 29 cent*
bish<ips and clergy, together with Hlshop
Kelley und the lo* al clergy, were enter
tained at ar. elaborate course dlnru r in
• the breakfast room of the IV r*oto mi He
of tba dMkstor) servi s** The
members of the flnan* e and building com
mittees of th* Cathedra, together with
Ilia ushers were* also present.
The party sat down at HO o'clock and
I remained at the table until 4 4i o'clock
The hoste of the Ie Hoto h*l spare.! no
' pains to prepare a dinner which would
b*- p.- e-ir.g to the moet sis* tlni; I dates
and alter th* i: iebors of the day the re
' ijast was as acceptable to the guest* as
It was enjoys be The pre.ates clerk*!
; and laym* i. present were His Grace. Mott*
dgnor Martlnelii. th** ietaf <lelegate. and
j Rishope Moeller of Columbu*. O . Alien of
Mobl.< Byrne of Nashville. Meere naert
If Irwilsn Territory, Van leVyv*r of
! Richmond. Haid of North Carolina, Cur
' Me of Maltlmore. Northrop of Charleston
| Moore of Bt Augustine n*l Kelley of
| Ha;anr.ah The clergy from other dlo
i r-cfirw w* re Rev K Z Booker. Washing
ton f* C.; R* v Henry A lirann. New
, York. Very Rev Mean Flynn. Morris
town N J . lie\ A K Gwrynn, Oreen-
I vine, s C Rev Iter nerd Haas. O P
i Relmovit. N C Rev Father lllgu n*.
A’liming ton. lei . Rev T C. Abbott,
i Nashville. Tenn . Rev Father O’Brien
, I'tdros, H J , New York. Rev Father
I l> Beltra New Yotk. Rev. Father Kcti
\ ney Jacksonville
Those of the Bavannah diocese. Rev I.
Matin vicar general. Ationia, Rev. Joaeph
P Colbert. A'Utnt*. Rev. Henryk hlenke,
Columbus, Rev I* J Lu< kle. t* M .
Rrunewb k. R**v P If M-Mahon. Au
gusta. Rev Kugene Fkyd. Augusta. Rev
M J O Bfiannwhan Augusta; Rev
losep.u Winkle R-ld. H J . M.con. Rev
llohart 1' Kennedy. Rev. Joseph Hen
neasev. Rev Ml haal Reilly Rev John
! Carey. Rev .fohn H McCarthy. Rev.
William wulnlan. Rev William Mayer,
liev Father Gregory, O. S. R . of A
The laymen present were Cap! John
l innery c*ipi John R Dillon. Mr
Wllll.im Kehcw*. Mr John I-von Mr
I’anloi Ifogan. Mr J E. Grady. Capt
1' b' Glaaaon. Capt M A O’Byrne, Mr
f Brennan, and Mr. John W Golden,
•f the Ftnan-e anl Building Committees
Mr Art lit ii J. O’Hara. P J O'Connor,
ihi Mr J F. McCarthy. Mr W J
Marty. Mr T. H. O'Donovan. Mr John
Jr.. Mr J. J. Powers. Mr
W J. Kehoe, Mr J W Heff**rnan n*l
Mr J J Gleason, all of Hav.innah. Mi
Patrick Farrell? of New York, and Mr
I <*arroll Pavne of Atlanta
There was only one speech, that by R
Rev P, J Kelley of Bavannah. who in
e.'wilf of ehe clergy and laity of the dto
st rnurt- 1 an address of welcome to the
delegate afostolh'. thanking him for hon
oring the occasion with hla preaence
Bishop Kelley also expre*.se<| his thunks
•o th* \dslting prelate* and clergy for
lomlng in the celebration H<* rongrati:
fated the laky on the magnificent work
done in rebuilding the Cathedral, em
phaatstng partktilarly the fidelity of the
Finance and HulMhig Committees, an I
returne*l th.ir.ke to God for so signal.v
-rotvrlng the efforts of both clergy and
!a!*v for rebuilding the <'an'drat The
Vr. htdsnop resporwied briefly hut gra
■kHisly to this expression on the part of
the host of the o'casion.
HKdlTEff If l Nil Ill'll \T VESPKHt.
the tervtee lleantlfal Thnagh Kat
to Klabnrate a* at the lyedlcatlun.
Pespite the fart thsl the dedication ser
vice* .it site Cathedral were witnessed
by more than a thousand people, the vs-
P*r* service at night was attended by al
moat twice as many. No admission foe
was charged to this service, ami as a
crowd was naturally exp. led everybody
tried to avoid the rush by going early
with She result that by 7.ki o'clock half
on hour before the servlet* began there
waa not a vacant seal, and the pew* were
madc to hold even more persons thnn were
*e*ied tn litem at the morning service
Although there were no aeata the people
continued So crowd In. taking every avail
able space mat was to he found, crowding
np the side aisle* and even up the main
alale #* far u* ihe pulpit It Is eatlmat
• and that fully 1 snr. people managed to get
In the church, besides numlier* who w re
•>intent o siamt outskb or In theentran. •
The services, though not so elalorate a
-11..is • of the morning, the ptwip of the
procession and tf the ptititlfleal mass he -
imr h’s'i..:. were nevertheless beautiful,
and Ino-. 'hat attend.-I were uinplv re
paid bv the t.eantlful service and music
for she discomfort of crowded seats and
having to stand for the two hour* during
which it tasted.
The sermon, an unusually strong and
eloqmni one w aw delivered hv Rt Rev.
lao llahl. Bishop of Norih Carolina
Th* music waa, as tn the morning ser
vice. of an unusually elaborate charac
ter. and also resembled that of the tn .rn-
Ing tn t>' It was excellently render.*]
The following Is the progtamme:
liomtne ad sdjuvandum.” Cerruti
"Dixit Domlnus." Cerrutt
"l-audate Peurt." Cerruti
Hull r.tna—Mtsa Kennev, Miss Allan.
Mr McDonough and Mr Rlwck.
Conlltebor Roman chant
By tin children and choir, unttphonutly.
Be*'us Vlr Wlegand
Soli Parts—Mrs Alttch and Mr. Good
Lauda's Domlnum Chant
Choir and children.
"Ave Marla." Bt. Clair
Magnificat In C Lambilotle
Solo Part—Miss Stella Capo.
"Halv Regina,” Basstnl
Mrs M M O'Brien
"O Salutarts,” .....Braga
Violin obligato. Mr Wlegand: accompan
ist, Mr J. Welgnnd, Jr.
Tantnm Ergo, grand rhorua. H.immerel
A featuro of the service was the taking
part hy a choir of sixty children of the
Cathedral iwrlsh drilled hy Mr. Reharer
The three solo numbers deserve eaperlal
mention, that of Mrs Gross, "Ave Ma
rla.” 8t Clair, being one of the most de
lightful numbers of the entire day's ser
vices Mrs. M M O'Brien, also, whose
voice was heard with so much pleasure- at
the recent opening of the organ, sang
with hrr usual power end artistic ability,
while Mtsa Capo m Ihe "O Salutarls.
made a moat excellent Impression.
onaERVANt Et FOR CATHOLICS.
t’oatlHral High Mess nf Itrqnlem far
lllshati Decker This Morning.
At the Cathedral this morning a* *
j o'clock, there will be a positlflral hlgb
mate of requiem for the soul of she htre
Bishop Be-.ker. Other announcement •
made yesterday at the Ca:he>drel by th>
pastor, Rev. R. P. Kennedy, ore a* fol
That the church throughout th* Catho
lic world celebrated She day yesterday as
| tha feast of Bt. Simon and 111 Jude, apos
\ (lea. that next Thuraday la. In the Cat It-
I o4c Church, the Keast of all Saints, or
j the commemoration of ail thosa happily
! reigning In heaven, that It t* a holy day
I of obligation, a day on which all Calho-
I lies, without a valid reason to the con-
I lrai*y, are bound to hear mass os tn
Sunday, and that masses will be at ,’>:•
o'clock for the working people, the other
two at 7 a. m and 3 a. tn , that Wednes
day. the day before, la a fast day and by
oonaequence a day of abatlnenca from
flesh meat, and that confessions will he
heard from 4:30 till for all thoae who
wish to approach holy communion on the
Feast ol All Saints.
Neext Friday, it was announced, ts th*
commemoration of ail the faithful depart
#d. There will be a solemn pontifical high
mass of requiem on that day by Rt. Rev.
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1900.
! MlKhop K*ll#y. k.*k>t*<l bjf **v#rl of th*
! clsriry Th*ri will b* ano ma#* t
u ro t thu moriuary ■ hi>*i to* lh
<]• aii buH**l m th* rmholli Clrt.
From Frt.ly until !.* firtiowina Frl
duy. :h* hoi;. *ttlc of ih> ioj wII
It nffnrod p t>y oil h* prl< t- of tho
Calhnlral parish, for IP* i“*oU f *ll
iliouc ilrprrtrd or * Iri !><)■* I•* af. th
HHciclaiia powar of in* Holy -a IV* of
lh* ma. * lia; boon tm. lor# I
On nxt HJnday n<i until further n"li••.
th* minro in the <-f •- lr .1 mill b# In th*
following hour* Forty mar# at 7 o'clock
ftn nnrl n*“ at '* r ■ lo< k and latr imci
a hl#n maif, at II o rlo< k Th* *\*niO|f
*rvk* of v*|-ra and benetlflon a
a o'dork Son.lay acltou: m *a- lor 'l.a
UilMr-n and the r ■ <•. her- only, i '•
o'clock In the Im rntriit bund y tC ■ o
or rath*. aclioal Uanuctlona at*! th.
WILL I.IM H '• I lUMHIKHOI.I
Clerical lioeata Will l*- F.ntrrtalncU
„t air*. Ilaonoo'a Co-da>.
Th* majority of th* clerical ru*t In
the city, who participated in th#' bdb
lion of he will remain over
4urtafc the diy li wan Imcwk4 y o givt
the visitors a trip on the river to-day. both
for th'lr entertainment and in order to
them tho splendid port facilities
which Bavannah enjoy*. This plan h.i'l
to he (ivi n up. however. th* 1 boa? which
ti wui> desired to obtain • ould not be had
and all the tug* and y*te.m**ri?. suited
ui*r. n an ex ur.-ion. are engaged upon cotn
This net #-*itat-d a change In the plan*
ot the Eneertntnment Ooromlttee. and it
was announced t the dinner at the l>e
Soto yesterday that a lunch had been ar
ranged for at Mrs Hannon’s at Thunder
bolt The party will leave the city a‘ '1
o'i lo* k. In a si*-. lal ear. and w ill sit down
to lunch • I o'clock
The majority of the clerical visitors will
leave the city tonight for their homes
though a few will remain over a day or
I*ol9o*ol •> % I I.KT vrio*.
Myth nl Fact About the Deadly
I |iita Tree.
From the New York Evening Tost
In * shady nook of the hank on th
road, idc is a sight wh.h is well wort.i
more than a passing hurried glance. The
sloping ground iind the pos t-and-rall fence
a long the top ire a mass of the most
delicate gTecn foliage, each spray consist
tug of tnree large and glossy leaves. From
the mass rise the Dowers of the honey
suckle and the wild roae. but the leaves
of these are tiwlden by the greater lux
uriance of the.r companion. A dead tree
surmounts the hank nd
Hound ft luxuriant ivy has growrn,
And wreathed it with verdure no longer
But. hold' we may not gather a spray
or a blossom, for the graceful and bril
itant climber Is none other than that
dangerous* plant, the poison Ivy. You
tnjy not touch or carry with you a sin
gle branch of (he plant, unless you are
one of the fortunate ‘immunea."
Dr. Faff of Harvard has Investigated
the poison which fthus toxicodendron or
ridican*. thus dispenses with a lavish
fies* equal to that of the Italian witch
Tofana H- finds It to be m non-volarll*
oil. w’hich cannot be waxned off the skin
with water alone. It |s true that o rem
edy has baen discovered In the form of a
•aturated solution of alcohol, of .V) to 7*
per cent strength, and sugar of lead; and
that Its efficacy has been tested by th*-
Department of Agricult in . hut an ounce
of prevention |s batter than a pound of
cure.” and we had better leave the pole
If is strange that some persons should
be Mi liable lo suffer from merely touch
ing the plant and others should take n*
hurt from handling, even roughly. th*
wood and foliage Close by me lives a
man who will undertake to root out pot
"on Ivy from the fence* and orchards, and
he makew a profit out of his immunity,
for he tan earn double wages at u task
which others do not care to undertake
Stranger still, there la a cow near lier*
which se**ms to have a positive liking for
the young leaves. 1 got her owner t
drive her to a fine group of the Ivy. and
was astonished to IS* her quietly munch
the tender spray* In evident preference to
the luxuriant glass which surrounded it.
From careful observation* of the way in
which at.lriMtb push their wav through
masses of the twining shrub. It is mam
fest that it pernicious effeck l confined
to the human race Why this is so Is
question to which It la not easy even to
iturml**' a solution.
Readers of ihe poet* may refer us to
the upas tree, which la a favorite emblem
for all that has the most deadly Influ
ence; hut such can scarcely know that the
tales of that native of Java are a stand
lug monument to the mendacity of trav
eler* and the credulity of the unscientific
mind The myths that have been circu
lated about Antiarls tnnoxt.a. the up
tree, must be lobl at the door of a Dutch
surge-on n.lineal Foersch. He etc*. Tilted the
tree as growing In a desert tract with no
olher plant near It for the distance of
ten or twelve miles Criminals condemne-d
to die were offered the chance of life If
they woukl go and collect some of the
poisonous juice of the tree. Not more than
two out of every twenty of those who un
derteiok lh> task e>vcr returned. So cir
cumstantial was the *tor. - |.r trial In
stated that he had elertved his informa
tion from some of these survivors, who
said that the ground around the tree was
strewed with the bones of their prede
cessor* Nov' such was Ihe virulence of
the poison that "there are no fluh In the
water*, nor ha# any rat, mouse or any
other vermin been seen there; an<l when
any birds fly so near this tree that the
effluvia reaches them they fall a sacrifice
to the effc ts of the poison "
But what are the real facts" The upas
tree t* found growing In the midst of cof
fee plantations in Java It la even culti
vated In botanic gardens. Bird* and liz
ards have been seen on Its tranche* It
I* true that Its juice It a virulent poison,
and that persons who have got this on
their I iodise trom climbing the tree for
branches and flower* have suffered In
tensely It Is also i fact that thl* juice
when mixed with other Ingredients fur
nishes the natives with n poison for their
arrows which la equal In It* effect# to the
famous curar-i. or wotirall, poison of South
America, or to the pelugo. both of which
are the produce of specie* of stry.hnoa
The inner hark of young upaa tree-e jur
itlahes a fiber which can he utilised for
the purpose- of making garment*. Vnless
the fiber Is properly prepared. Ihe use of
such garments It very dangerous, for as
soon as they are wet they cling to the
skin with such horrible Irritation that on.
Is reminded of the* sacrificial garment sent
ley jealous llelanlra to Hercules.
j’robably someone will remind u* oj the
manrhlne-el, or manxanlllo. trea of the
West Indies. Venexue a and j'unsma W#
may he tolel ilvat no grass ever grows un
der that poisoner of the ol- that If
you sleep under It you are a dead min:
that If the rain shed from It* leaves fal.a
on your skin It will raise a Mister and
create a sore which It will be difficult to
heal, unless you tuh he spot with the
trumpet flower, which mercifully grows
close at hand. Here agiln we are tn the
region of trave ers' rnvth* It is true thai
Ihe juice la acrid; that It affects some
Honfordi Acid Phosphate
Taken just before retiring quiets the
nerve*, nourishes the tired snd con
fused brain and induces refreshing sleep
Gcmftftft bear* Bftine Koftorofto’s oa ft tapper.
more than others, a* in the cate of the
lKm>n Ivy of North America, but you
have io crush the berry to ontaln th**
Juks. and It it very volatile There l*.
however, a danger of another sort in thl
tropical plant The jufre. If applied to h*‘
**ve, causes T*tni*/’ary blindness Dr
Hnmai ii, In hla narrative of the cxplora
ivn* of II M fl Herald, tell* how the
•Dtp a carpenters w ere blinded for several
d>ya from getting th* Juice In their eyes
while cutting down machineel trees.
It Is all very wl a:* k>ng as we deal
with the organolug) of ih* vegeighe
kingdom. Cross fertllMist.on. wdnd feitd
zatton ar.d Insect fertilisation can scar*e
v puxsle us now The stings of the net
tb. the Hpine of the cactus, tie prickle*
ot the *hl t;* nwv wall supply th*- m***i -
of drfei lo their The hor-k*
ot th* .r*i I* end me buruock mu> fur
nlsh admtrubb- means for convoying th**
*a* to distant regions W** can uid.-r
--'ai.d ire e r*-w propellers of the .*h and
maple; we can **e the reaon why such
rich store* <>f food *** grananed in nuts
and bulb*, but wny do jui es oecome p*j!-
ona? Why have w opium, mix votnFa.
vourall and tieute** The question is a* ab
trti*e n- that * t 'the genesis of evil A 1
ihat we can *a> is Itiai In the treasury
f knowledge ruled o constitutionally l*y
• olutlon there ar* • .-kets wh* h our
pr*>**nt bunch of k- vs wilt not ojen. Who
will suggest an ofen sesame?"
t q i
>lu u >ner Without Mcrr.
From the Chi* ago Chronicle
Whin tne Roman* flret invade*! Ger
many they found that the beverage of the
icop|e was a liquor produced from bariev
But that was at a time omptr a lively
modern From the earliest time* and In
every clime man has had to resort to
some stimulating ar.d exhilarating bever
age* prepared bv fermenting fhe Juices or
extracts from fruits, grain or plant* It
. raid that Osins as early a* IMO B C-.
laiiKiil the proix-s* of extrjcGng the Juice
from barley ar.d fomenting it. while toe
Greek* learned how to brew and ferment
from the Egyptian*, who, ?,'*> B. C . had
•**;abllshed number of manufactories at
Peluwtum on the NH<* Xenophon. 400 B
C . refer* to a fermented drink from oai
ley. and It ;© alluded to by Aristotle.
fltmUi onl osher* under the name of
x.vthos I’linv mentions a kind of beer
• ull*d "cerevisla, ami Bun* menee In A
t>. *a>* that Ur.tain produced such
an abundance of corn that It was euffl
ent to eupply not only bread, but a
liquid comparable with wine In the sev
enth century beer hod become so gen
rai a beverage u, England th.it Ina King
of Wassex. levied o tax to be paid In uie
md early in the fifteenth century a brew
-r e conqamy teas formed in I/vndon Fp
to t;i Gxteenth century English beer wa*
• ery poor, only flavored with broom. ba>
berries or Ivy berries but in 1542 the * ul
tivitlon of the hop plant w* begun In
England, and from that time a gre
range was made in the quality of the
beer manufactured In Ikjn the first brew
ery was established at Burton-on-Trent,
md by the end of the seventeenth century
beer had bconu- the national drink
WO|‘t THE COUGH 111) WORKS OFF
Fixative Brume. Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Prlca
2S cants —ad.
STBDLJEfI.—Died last night at ! o'clock
at hi* late ressienee 308 Ogleshorpe ave
nue. west. Henry Stelljes, funeral notice
■!■■ ■■■■■■■ „ I — ■■■ !
•T IFH.U. IM ITATIOIU.
BROWN.—Tha relatives and friend* of
Mr and Mrs W. B Brown, aro invited
io attend the funeral of Mr Jonn C.
Brown, this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from
hks la:e residence. No. 238 Bryan street,
west. flt. Augustine papers please copy
TRKBSE-LT.-The relatives, friends and
icqualntances of Mr. and Mr*. F. Tres
tle. are respectfully invited to attend tha
funeral of fhelr infant daughter. Dora
lojuise, at 4 o'clock, this afternoon, from
heir re*i*k*noa. No. 109 Rtady street. In
torment at iaurel Grove Cemetery,
■PkcuL so i ictus.
till HIT ANUTHEH—HE All Till*.
Report of Dr. Cook. Belli vue Hospital.
Fourth Btirgeoi. Divl tea—Patient, wm.
..* . > ‘
Patient came In hospital suffering from
chronic nephritis (lltighi'a disease), tbs
urine snowed granular and hyaline casts
ind some pus and blood cells The usual
remedies were used, but with little hene
lll; he was placed oet Buwanee Springs
water tn doses of M> ox per day. and at
the end of two weeks an appreciable im
provement was netted. This treatment
was continued for eight weeks, at the end
of which time no casts could be found un
der mi*.'roscrop<c examination, and the
pacific gravity had Increased eight points
from lt*C. Patient was discharged at his
own urgent request, apparently well. The
water has been tried In several other cases
•>f cystitis with uniform results
• as • •
Mr Packard, a guest of Buwanee when
the aluve reports were received, volun
tarily wrote the following to Dr. Cook
(with whom he was acquainted) to satisfy
a few of our guests who were rather
skeptical Note Ihe reply:
Bellevue Hospital. March 19. 1594.
My Dear Mr Packard—l was somewhat
surprised to find my cases reported so fsr
away from home and 1 am happy to say
that they are genuine ..
I have used quite a quantity of tha
water and found It beneficial tn a degree
In ail cases. 1 think that It will finally be
used almost entirely in just such cases as
the one you sent me. Mrs Lewis had
spoken to me about your case, and I shall
lake great Interest tn the result.
I certainly thing you can do no better
thin lo stay at the springs, use plenty of
Ihe water, and take plenty of exercise
Hoping that our acquaintance will not be
always confined to paper. I am. yours,
sincerely. A H COOK, M D.
THE PI. At E TO E AT.
Where the food Is Ihe best money can
Where the cooks are the best to tie had
Where the linen te like snow, and the
china, cutlery and glass are Immaculate
Where the furnishings are new and
fresh, and cleanliness It ever present.
Where every delicacy of the season ts
on the card.
Where every price Is right.
Such a place ts
SOIWARZ S CAFE.
Corner Whitaker and Congress.
SPECI AL kOTICE.
JUST RKt EIA'ED
On* carload of Moyars' fine work of
Syracuse. N Y.. open and lop buggies,
th,* most complete line ever brought to
We defy competition on this work I
ask the public one and all who arc tn the
markrl for end and aide-spring easy-rid
ing vehicles, that (hay can be found at
my repository. Also a full line of deliv
ery witgons. open and top; milk an.l haker
wagons You mike no mistake by calling
at once and make your selection
MARK APPLE'S REPOSITORY.
MU Broughton street, west.
Kelly's Rubber Tires, the only reliable
tiro on the market.
t titlin' 11 I'll)' OF AMERICA.
Cot John L Handley, the Supreme Sec
retary of the Fraternal Pnlon of America,
w. h headquarters at Denver , i
be In the city on Monday, and deliver an
address In the Knight* of Pythias Hall
Monday evening, beginning at X o'clock
The public are cordially Invited lo at
tend. H J STEWART. Secretary.
•FECIAL VO I It EA.
PHILADELI'HI % bt IL%PFLB,
Broiled or Boiled
Btewed or Fried.
BLUE POINT and
Served all ftylea.
GAME IN SEASON,
Everything first-class. Dining rooms
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE.
111 Congress street, west.
Heat la To aa.
Reef la Durability,
fleat la Style aad Fialeh.
CELEBRATED TUB WORLD OVER.
>O> E BETTER.
NOSE MO GtKID.
rwo of These Magalfleeat Plano* to
De sold at
AUCTION MOVCNBBR 8,
C. l. DOHxfTTT’fl,
22 f oaareas street, west.
TO BE MOLD TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
PRUM MV i: \ Of It MIGHT
By wearing glasses that not alone en
able you to see. but correct every defect
that may exist.
There Is no guesswork in our method*
We liave the latest and moat approved
scientific apparatus for accurate eye test
ing We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the services of a physician we will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal |en*es are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision They rannot be romfir*d In
value to the kind offered as cheap by th*
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses as a side line.
DR M RCHWAB A RON.
Exclusive Opticians, 47 Bull street.
N. R —Oculist prescripthn* fl’led same
day received. Repairing done at short
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
AVholesate Department. 127 Con
gress street, west. Georgia Phone
Retail Stores. 13.1 fongrest street,
west. Bell Phone 111. Ball and
Charlton ftleeelft. tinder Gasrdt' Ar
senal. Bell and Georgia Phones 03.
Bt Y l>\l A THE BEST GINGER AML
The best Is the Whseler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
Cronuc Spring* of that city Then*
springs are the property of Wheeler & Cos.
hence no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland ha* tho-e wafers but them
selves The Wheeler Ginger Ale Is made
front pure Jamaica Ginger Root and not
from Red Pepper, as others are; one Is
deleterious— the other I* a tonic.
For Healthfulltes* and Purity Ihe crle.
hrsted Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale ts Ihe best.
Sole Southern Agents, Savannah. O*.
MEMO AT I M.-MATTRESSES ME
Hair. moss, licking fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material ar.d manufac
tured products ate up to date Our reno.
yattng and remaking ha* delighted many
prominent residents Ask your acquaint
ances. Materials sent us ts picked, steam
ed. cteanAl and medicated by modem ma
chinery. Making dime by mechanic*. We
confine our work to mattres.-ea and bed
ding generally. We sell ticking of all
kinds, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers,
or any article needed in mat tree* line
NATIONAL MATTRESS q AND RENO
Bell Phone 119* Ml Drayton airvet.
AMI AID CYPRESS LI llUt.lt FOR
150.009 feet of aah. suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage maker*, car works and
interior house finish. Also cypreea lumber
of all sixes. We havo resumed cutting
our famous brand* of cypress shingles
and will soon have a full line of them for
■ale. VALE ROYAL MPO CO.
THE AA At TO I LEAN t AHPETS.
The only way to get your carpet* prop
erly tk*> up, cleaned and taken ear* of
for the summer Is to turn the job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on Ihe cost of the work Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture end pianos
C H. MEDLOCK Hupt and Mgr
MICE MILLING. BICE FLOCK, MICE
We have anew mill with ail mortem
processes, and machinery, and are now
ready for business. W* solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence; no*
chaff free to patrons
THE SAA’ANNAH rr-b MILL CO.,
T M Cunningham. ITeelrtemt.
John Rcravsn. Jr.. Manager.
1U and lit Whitaker street.
W* are now prepared to aerv* the finest
meat*, oyster* and gams. Caterers for
wedding parties, germam, banquets and
Agents for Imported Wuersburgr* Hot
Brau. Phone DO.
Loan money at alx per .-wnt. on real
* BECKETT * BECKETT,
Attorneys at Law and Coetreyaaeera.
For *ale Dnly by
B. 11. LEV Y A KMO.
On Dress Shirts
Offlc, 307 Bull Street. Telephone 700
pTuTi-ViT; tiTuh luirniMrioST "
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council
Oot. 1. I*oo
The following resolution adopted at a
meeilnc of Council, held on the evening
of tne 17th Ins! . Is herewith published for
the information of all concerned
By Aklertnun Dixon-
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of davannah In Council a.
aembied. That the ordinance for the re.
naming of streets south of Anderson
street be published ft.r information and
that Council Invite- an expression of the
vlewe und wishes of the rplaens of fla*
vannnh. and porticu.arly of those
residing south of Anderson street,
or owning properly In this sec
tion. concerning the w.sdom and ex
pediency of the ordinance, those vlewe to
be expressed by petition or other written
communication, or orally, ai the next
meeting of Council at which time the
ordinance will he read on Its passage.
An ordinance to rceiame the streets in
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Be |t ordained by the Mayot
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah
In Council assembled, concerning the
streets In the city of Savannah south ol
Anderson street, that hereafter First and
St James streets shall be known a,
Second. Glllott and St. Paul streets
shall be hereafter known as Thirty*
Third. Grapevine, West Third and fit
Nicholas streets shall be hereafter known
as Thirty-third street
Fourth. Blxmark West Fourth and St
John streets shall be hereafter known as
Fifth. Sarah. Wilder. West Fifth, St
Michael and Brady streets shall be here
after known as Thirty-fifth street
Sixth. Willow. West Sixth and
Thomas streets shah be hereafter known
as Thirty-sixth street
Seventh and East Seventh streeta shall
be hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center. James und Est Eighth
streets shall be hereafter known n^
Ninth and East Ninth streets shall be
hereafter known as Thlrty-ntntn street
Tenth Church and East Tenth streets
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and I*,mnr streets (or avenue)
shall be hereafter known as Forty-first
Twelfth and South avenue streets shall
hereafter known as Forty-second street
Sec ; Be It further ordained, that all
ordinances and parts of ordinances In
conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed WM P BAtI.ET
Clerk of Council
City of Savannah.
OflWu Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19, 19.0.
A vacancy ha. .eg occurred among the
city physicians by reason of the resigna
tion of Dr M H Levi of the Second-Dis
trict. noti c is hereby given that an elec,
tlon will be held at the next r> gulsr
meeting of Council, to be held on Oct.
31. at 5 p. nt . to till the unoxptred term
caused by the stkl resignation.
All applications to be filed with the
Clerk of Council at or before 12 m. of
the 21st Inst.
WM P BAILEY
Clerk of Council.
IIIIIS AA ANTED.
City of Savannah, Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah, Gw.. Oce 25.
1999 Bids will bo received at this office
until Wednesday. Oet. 21. 19uo. at 12
o'clock noon, city time, for furnishing
feed as follows:
No 1 Timothy hoy. per 109 pounds; best
quality feed bran, per 100 pounds; be*o
quality corn, per bunhel. best qualitv
mixes! oat*. To be weighed at the city
lot. Envelopes to he marked “Bid* for
Feed." The city reserve* the right lo re
ject any or alt bids Bid* to be opened
tn the presence of bidders
GEO M GADSDEN, Director
l*Horo!t AM AA ANTED.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah. Ga., Oce *5,
umn—Sealed proposals will he received at
this office until Wednesday, Oof. 31. 191
a) 12 o’etaak noon, city time, to ftirnis.a
the city of Savannah with supplies until
Nov. 3tt. 1999 A.I proposals must be made
on official forms, which can be secured
at this office on and after this date.
Envelope to be marked "Proposals for
Supplies.” The city reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids to bo open
ed In the presence of bidders
GEO M GADSDEN, Director.
NOTICE. - *
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council.
Savannah, (}• . Oet. is, iron
Pr Osborne, acting city phyalclan for
the Second District. I* located at No 395
Price afreet Office hour*. Xto 9 a m .and
to 7 p m. W p. BAILEY,
Clerk of Council
PROPOSALS AA ANTED. “*
City of Savannah, Office Director of
Public Work. Savannah. Ga.. Oct. 22. 1999
—Scaled proposal* are wanted for fur
nishing ihe city of Savannah with 12.000
square yards of granite block* Spectfi
catlona furnished upon applications
OEO M GADSDEN. Director
WHY NOT ENE
ORIGINAL ANNISTON I.IMF.f
Each barrel contains sufficient quantity
and quality to make It MONEY-SAVINO
A. HANLEY COMPANY. Sole Agents.
Phone 109. *
WALL ftfl.H. rtl-l H HANGING.
We carry complete assortment of lat.t
atyl* fft'i-r*. and employ only best arttate
Be* our goods and get our estimate be
fore giving out your work. Our prices the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Comer Drayton and Cougteaa.
BOND* EX ELATED.
Bv the American Bonding and Trust
company of Baltimore We are author
in'! to execute locally (Immediately upon
application), nil bonds In Judicial pro
ceeding* In either (he state or Untied
Stale* Court*, and of admintsiratons snd
DBA RING * HULL, Agent*.
Telephone 224. Provident Building
1-EOPOLD ADEEM. JNO R DILU V
C. B. EL.I.IS, BARRON Caßtk,
Vie. Presides! A ,„ cl?™*.
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the acoou.
of Merchants. Firm.. Individuals. Ba ak *
And Corporations. **
Überal favors extended.
.ngToT^.u^' 100 *
SEPARATESAVIN6S OEPARTMEN T
f.XTEMEAT COMffiOt'NOKD ""a*Tt K .
I.T ON DEPOSIT,.
f U Deposit Boxea and Vaulta tm
] Trnr Corresponden- solicited.
Tr...,r„ , Uearr.l Ueag.
kollrlta Account, of lodtld.,,
Mprchmli, Bank, -od other
Collection* bandied svltb *.# M .
economy and dt-patrh.
Intercut, compounded quart, r |,
allowed on drposlta In our taetam
DvpMr fnifii |.
hufcl, Deposit Boxes and *orau.
DU >TI.EV A, DENMARK. Reddest
M11.1.S It. I..ATE, Alee President.
GEORGE C. FKF.EAI AN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Ca,h|„
of tha State of Georgia
Surp.ua and undivided profits ... Rc a,
DEPObIIURY OF I lib STATE by
superior focUiUtte tot iranaacttng a
■eti-ra i.angiug MuMoaw
Col Ice tlona n.ajit on an points
ac,--SIDI. through hanks and banker,
Account. o< Hank., Uauaara.'*elcl.nll
and others sulicftod bale Deposit bciu
Department of Savings, Interest paves,,
Soils Sterling Bxchanga on Ixxidoe a
JOHN FIMNNERT. Pesstdenl.
HORACE A crane. Vlee President.
JAMES St'M.U’AN Cashier.
JNO FLANNEKY. WM W GORDON
W A. WEIL. W W GORDON Jr.
H. A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROV MA'ERS JOSEPH FEHBT
H P SMART CHARLES EL ML
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBT
Accounts of banka marchants. rarptrx.
ona and Individuals aollclied.
Savings Dopai latent. Interest p,,u
Safety Boxes snd Storage Vaults for
Collections mad# on on points at ra
Drafts sold on all tha chief cities of th,
JOSEPH I- WEED I’reetJeni.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President.
W F. McCAULEY. Caehler.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits iu.uw
This bank offers Its services to c.tpor*-
4lons. merchants and individuals
Ha* authority to act aa axcoutor. ad
tr.lT.lgtrator, g inrdtan ate
Issues drafts on the prin-lpa. cttlas In
Great Britain and Ireland and on tha
Inter,-#; paid or compound-d quarterly
n dep stta In the Savings Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. Pr.el 1-nt.
OKh, W TTEDEMAN Vice President
jriHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F- HOGAN. A**’t Cashier.
No. 1640, Chartered, 1494.
Hill! Mill Ell
CAPITAL eoOvO’. BLRPLUB. IHfc.OA
UNITED STATES I)E1*08ITORY.
J A. Q. CARBON. I re Id nt.
HEIKNE GORDON. Vice President.
W M DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of l-anka and bankers, mer
chant* and corporation# received upas
the moat favorable term* consistent edlk
safe and ronaervatlv* banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BULDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
16 YORK BTREET. WEBT
- PER CENT, per annum a Howe! oa
u deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposit!, of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual period*.
GEO W. TIED KM AN. President.
B. H. LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. BELL Secretary.
C. G ANDERBON. JR.. Treasurer
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Go.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Term?.
io mw Poiers.
For salt, a Foraalth Newspaper raid*'
will fold sheet £x4ft II Is In good erd*'
Pries LOO II coat orlglnaJy SLUM.
i have do ue* for R sod warn toe room
II will be an Invaluable adjuaat !• •*
tr rov want good matri*l
and work, order your lithographed ra
printed stationery and blank basks fraa*
Morning Newa, Bavannah. Oa