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TOO EARLY YET TO TALK.
Ihiiiii.non *aY .* hi ai tiioiii/j ii mi
o hi* iui ntion.
A Year or More Henee AAIM ll** l ull
Time In I nntlilrr llr 4|ir*tloit of
111* (nnlt!ae> f*r 1.0% rrnur—
Hit* **n.il *Ni to III* I rlcmln, VS li<
II m r 4| urt lonnl Him mi lll** '•nil
lrrl—l hr 4ifll•* nu Honor lo Ksrllr
flir Ambition of Sin Mmii- At Inn In
Anaimiirfmrut Brobablj Made to
(nunlrrhalnnec 4||rmrili li>
Frlenl of Attorney i.rnrrnl Tr
Tin- Morn ♦ N Atlanta dispatches
yesterday n *rn i g .mu>unc*d that tin
statement "*> irr* nt n Atlanta t*•
Hon. Flomli - *luHlKi<un would 1m- <i ,in
lid at f< r Gavi'rnor two yearn henr • The
AOiin'.i J' O! il # . f Monday printed * i*>-
Hl\* announcement to this cff* ■ t
A Morning New* reporter rail**! upon
Mr duHlgtion in reference to the
Mrrung Nrtvi dis|.Lh and the
tlcl* which Hpprand in th* Jour mil, * rvl
asked him If he had authoriz' and *uch an
Mr. dußlgnon raid that he wi*
tint aware that any pc wsfsiper m*n
had talked with him *n the eul
jt-ct While In Atlanta f*r a f w
hour* last w* k h* nn i ai*proarh i
by n great many friend* ar.d • kcd If the
intend*d to run for Governor At the •xp t
lit ion of <ov Fandlcr *•t in To * .’h and
All of the*** fra i*l h*- replied that It wm
cvnttreU too early t inuk** on> announce
m**nt on the übje •, and that I* would he
lime enough to do so a >.r or more
"The office of Governor of Georgia,"
Mild Mr dull non "la one whh h might
w* 11 exclt* th* ambition of any man, but
whether I w 1 i* k it or not. will d* |** i
t**n the corxlttloi *• wh h may ♦ xmi w hen
th* pn*per tltn* ni* to took** an an
nounrwn* nt on ih** subject If at such
tlrn- the | ample of th* Mat* desire tny
candidacy and Ihu*e In w hone Judgment
J have confidence advise It. I will not
likely rvfu-e th* nw* of tny • .rartic for the
©fflf c ’’
It w m h*i> dto get a positive onllrma
lion or a t*o*dtlNe *letdal f the truth of
the At hint • rutm*r.
"Well. ' *aid Mr du Blgnon. after stat
lug Id' |wsill**ti. do you think 1 am going
to tie a candidate in 1
"Rurely." was the reply
"I imagine." Mr dulUgnon said. "that
the statement current In Atlan
ta via- Inspired by e-mie of
my friend. who are themscU
I lnl enough to and *r* and urg
mv cstldldaey. and wlv w lehed t* *
counteract the * fleet of statements tin*!
are being made by the friend* of Attorney
ral Terrell He. I understand. I* an
Avowed candidate for Governor and the
firobabllltv 1* that hi* frietvk* were ask
ing influence for him. ha *l u|Mn th* I*’ 1 *'
Hive statement that 1 would not l in the
I have not td whit I would do. '
said Mr du Blgnon "Th** - .it* ment I
have made to you I* the first mat 1 b*'
made at all to a newspaper man on this
subject and it it* the only on* the publi
cation of which I ha\" out uinied 1 r *’*
peat now what 1 haw said to rn> frleivki
1n the recent past. t.wi a >***r or m*re
hence will he full tlm* to
question of my '**ndidae> f<*r goveroor
Mr du Blgnon ha Just reiurned from
a fh<>rt iHisines** rip t* New \**rk t .*
liter*- h** witnessed th* demon**frith n on
Frid'iy night to Otwern>r liooeevtHt m l
on b.iturdsy right t*i Mr Hr van nnd e
vi\> that the |lr\an demonstration far
f xce*-*le*l, i*ith in i uni • t mJ •• f * s tn.
shat giv*n to th* It* •uhlhwn indhiate
ll* sakl tn.it Within the fen da\
there had been m*rk*l change in ii I
s*ntimuit nnd that many who a w **k
ago. though! that Mr Hr van ho 1 no
chance of election. al changed then
views on the subject Mr du Hignon (•■■
very much encouraged at the outlook, and
say* that l*emocr \ has unque<t|oti;ihl\
made great golne all through m** I. •*'
He heard while tn New York, some v.-ry
encouraging t • ws from lllkioie and fe#l
-1 tmt Mr Bryan > chances ate Improviny
The M *rnlng News receive I from l‘s
Atlmta *rres|rndenl last light n -tat*
m* tit to the -ffect t it Mr dulttgnon h **i
given the Atlanta Journal a uhority t *
use his name as a can lltl.ite f• *r Governor.
Mr du Blgnon wo al *>*l up l*> t *>pho:
St his M rldehl * at. I th* \tl.uua lltf*
patch was read to him
•'ll Is not true,' he t- lil "In r I* n r
to a telegram front ih* Journa 1 wired
that paper In -u? t.in • ju t w it 1 t**l
the Mon .
ervnee to my supt*.* *l • m liil.i y I have
not au>horlz*d the u-* of my i am* by
nny person or any pap*r is a candidal*
for Oovem**r Any stanunent to any th*-r
effect tlian that ma.l* • in* lo i .* M*> n
lng New U n t authorlaeil "
niilAT** Ul'.hT n.\I.IIT.
Mill IHarnsa %ftcrnMMi s*hi| Se
■ ion* ill l.yni.'i* Hull
Barents ai.*l dttaem* who desire to pro
test against the afternoon -••kOfi odd
two of the grummsr *.*iolk, \%..i me t
to-niglit at kJ> o’clock in Lyon s Hall,
tt limughton mimS Whitaker street*.
J us - what a* mm w ill Ih* token is not
known, hut it is presumed that It will
Ih* made (tear that those who attend
sr not it lifted with the present tn
dlti*>. of affuirs
A communkation from Auperlntemlent
Otis Ashmore of th* pub,l *-hool* wili
be read This deals with the *ltnation
a* It now xtaiids and ahows the various
etepo that led up t> It from iis jwirtl.il
destruetion of I'hwih.im Aoslemv by fire
10 th** present. Mr Ashmore offer* this
as information, believing that any in it
t#rd*n<** up**- the rneeilng not fuHv i*l
Vised of the f !e should tuive them be
fore him before crlti ui c ? * >Mi* mint. •
Heveral w*ell-knwn cltlsr have signed
a eaJI for the me. ing Tludr pi.uis ir*
not definitely map|*e*i p* but they pur
pose seeing yf .i dls usston may not r**-
eult In th** acromphshm* nt of some gx>*l
ur>l the duieontinuan* e of uft* rn*sn *•—
eiist* Some of them have H|H>k**n nl
Imd published their reasons for obje'Uon
to the afternoon srh*ole. arl they l>*
lleve th**y are *u<*-h as to Impel those In
authority to e mploy every effort to hav*
the system revert to the normal plan of
at\* of \ rt:k to tiiscrr.
ltnrtn% lamp Will Talk Ihrr State
It• atilin and other Matters.
Francis h Bartow c*mp, I’nlt**!
of Confr ran V*t<rans wll tn* t Ifi
f'onf* <l*ai* Hai to-i.ight. The division
reunion, at Augusta, wll be discusser
and legates to the reunion appointed nn*l
arrangements made for an entertainment
to the Daughter*- *>f th* onf*-*leracy dur
ing their convention in S;*\v,r.n.ih Ail of
these mailers are o’ Import ir n to the
members of the ramp and it l hoped, a*
It Is expected, that the attendance w‘,l
be more than usually large
A Hlfh-Orado Institution for Ladles
fthorier College. Home, Gs. Write fo
IT RKST H IIOMVIATt HR.
The I iinernl of Mr Henry Mellje* nu
I tiuMinlly I tira** One.
Tt funer il *f Mr ll* nry .•* Ilje*- whi* t
tt**k place yesterday afternoon ai 4
*ch k t tite t’hur n *f the
A i- ion, whs on* ,f th* lutg* t that
hi- b*n sen in 8m van on r•*rt I > Hun
dreds of the friend- of th** i* i 1 man
i ith* i*-*l .it his lat- home l>efore tti* * or
1* we left for the . hur h. and Ml the
• hA*h they w-ri joined ty *< may more
that not a seat wa*> .i ff unAUed
Tn** fr.m rna! tin 1 b* n* vol* nt orders to
which Mr Si* Ij* - luid i* l-*ng* <1 w* r* h)*o
p.end idly #e|a >'■*• nt***l They >•* Teu
tonia h*k’< h night -of Bvt Ida Teu
tot.ia < my, I itlform It.ink Knights
<*t Bythiac. of which It* had r** n cap
tain. tg* ther with <'*rnpaiiy an I
Hnv.tntMi) 'otn|uii \ . Knight- of the Royal
Aii . .hi l Wve Oak Ltkig* *f (kVI K* l
bi a * of Mt t I,* ha*l b* n Noble (irin*l
Tht • orgatilzalftoiiM marched fr*tn Mr
Si* ij* horn* pr* l**l i*> .* lia- b.n*l
•il dr* w up tn front *f tn** chun’h t
await the remainder of the funeral pro
• * -I*hi. S* imk* w.tN the attendant <• mat
(ho i. !i they were ilrnsn up in tkoulde
IlD* th* \ * vt* nl**! from Stnt* to York
licet?* The Kulghtr .f Bythlse order
an • *p*- l*i Iv weir repr* *H*nlri. both Gen
ll irritori .ii and < *l lui lit* r mi>l their *n
tir* -r iff - t* Ing prerft
!(•■ * 1* \\ t*, S 'inc*ff.*r. who enfiduct
• l tt,* rvl* • lelivfred an eulogy on
ti • *l* i*l man. and a number of hymns
w.*r’ .-.ung by lte r|mr n * hoir At tn*
•u, I . tof* *<( tlie ■*• rvires th** pro* eswlon
m m !i* 1 *l-wi Ir i> ton to ldb**rty street.
th* t * !** ll.i h r** ' tin. nli'i*' the Knights
i *l tit* oti * r >rganuntlom to**k cars for
B**i ivinture. where th** Interim nt was
The .i five pad bearers wore colored
m**i Th** h<m*rar\ pall liearers wer**
M n Frank Kramer John I Flw* her.
and Henry Si* ff* t>** *f Teut'iiia <*utii|*an>,
and Gt-otK* Ia v hw*ll. William 'lYiylor,
t’hari* Lu* -s ii, Fr**l Aserulorf uiid
h i (ink Woidlett
• • -
Till. \ l ILHAV4 WILL IWIST.
Will (*ii r Hit i*u I* t*‘r f I nnfnlrrsf y
nit Httlrr ltn*t nt Tybee.
| The Confederate Veterans* Association
[ held . largely attende*! meeting at Con
(*■*• rat- Hall last night. Th*- meeting
hud Inert called, primarily, for the pur
I*.,'.- of . *aidl* rthK what gwsrt shoukl
,*ir>i| by tn** veteran - in th** *ntrtain
n* nt of Hi* *l*l* K it*- mxl other visitors
to the .*(iventiofi of the •♦-.•rgia IHviaion
*f Daughters of the ***if*<l* ra \
It wa - defermln*'■•! that th* veterans
• • lotii*l give the !iim:hl*-r an oyster roast
*t Tn * •,*, th* aft**rn**4i of Friday,
N**-.. •* which i- th* concluding day of
•i* *■.rivennon Th* i-onvention wall
ißourn during th* morning urul the o>'ter
r**.i-*t nt Tyhee will be the concluding
feature .f the **in-* of
that will Ih* tendered tho D.iught*rw In
The following committee won appoint
ed r*. l*--k after thb feature **f Hie en
trtalnimnt t'apt M I* I -inii, chair
man. Vet*rati' T N. Theus. tj 11 H*ms
hart. A K \Vtl?an. and James It Sn*-i
--d**ti They wail arr tnge for Ih** train upon
which th*- trip t*> Tn . * will le in **• and
hN•• entir*- charge ,f th. excursion
The veterans further determined to os
*'!-? in r*-** ivirgr th** d*leg ii**w upon their
arrival m th** city The committee named
to : K*> charm* of this part of th** work
consist• of r.ipt John It Dillon, chair
man; Veterans (* Lul*-* n Jonee. pope
Harrc*w. M J Holomaft*. L Gourd In
Young J W M Intyr**. J F Kollo* k and
Jumes Leonard The chair of this com
mittee w.s Instructed to < ctnniunir.ii**
N4th rajtt. I H McLaws. cornm ir,.| nf
of Francis s Bartow r.imp. t\ S N'
'• 1 lrivi*** Ih- • j-. r.ihi'ti >f the S*ns *4
Veterans #n the perfornuim* of this pleas
•nt *hitv of receiving th*‘ city's gi**'ts
Tiie S o** of Vetemns wall hoUl n m***l
- t* night, when ‘his <|ii***t|on will le
• on*>il* r*l *f coun*. the invltatloii to
assist will la- gladly and h*artlly ac
\S< tmil l) To SIHITIIIM* simp.
Father Feels tHurhanl nt l.xplana-
Goa if Hl** I llentli.
J V Ib-tmett *f N. street
called wt th*- Morning News office lan*
night ll*- hast his infant child last Sun
•i *\ and h* f.I aggrieved at the pub
lished statement, which is In accord, how
ever, with th phylsclan’s death certirt
■ ate, that Ins child tiled from ti* rfftcli
| of opltun |>*d •*nlng.
N1 r Bennett si> that the little one was
tnk*n 111 SunduN morning ami that he and
hid nn If* administer* >1 *hs*s of a certain
• *<*fhlng >vrup. whi -h Is certainly Mifh
• lently well known, nnd which was given
in ircordan- ♦ with Jh* directicms. Later
in th*- *I an 1r t'orbln wn* calle*| in and
t II l.'.r th** child died. Dr. For bin said
hit death was due to opium |Ml*xilng.
r.-ult itu- from lit* do**-* of soothing
*vrup given the infant.
That h*- should thus he charged with
■ N.n partial responsibility for his child's
d**a*? • of i-our***. a blow for Mr H*-nne*t
t< 4-ndurv ll* says he doe**nT believe
that tli soothlng syrup was rs|onsible,
>• I h* h <b-termii*d to have all the
m It-it th**-** given by Dr Corbin, ns
w. Ii s th. yrup ariHlyz*sl by a comjw
i* nt chemist
111 I 111. I t I'll ILi I I p.l K.
\snhrrasn f the Reformatlna Will
ll** t *lelira I***l I'o-nlaht.
T* e three htn •■*! an l eighty-third an
nlvcrsnry of th** lbs umatlon will l*e ob
f-erve.l tonight at the Lilt li*-ran Fhurch
|of th*- Asvt: .in The exercises will bc
| gin at *.|s o' ak, at *1 will be conducted
’•n th** Lut.o-r L* itfue. which Is • ->imposed
j **f •!** young |M*op|( of the **hur* h
A feature of the meeting will lw* the at
t twlaiv • of th* (i• -Mi in Voluniecrw. uni
frm*-d an I In a body A programme of
songs, i citations and addresses has been
• rrungMl. *m*i th,**-*- who purpose atteti*)-
, iUK the *'‘lehnatloii or* k* >k.i < for ward to
in *v*ntng of enjoyment
Sunday at th* i'hurch of the A* >ns!on.
iervb , - in • 'immernoratlon of Martin Is
• tier's Inauguration **f th* Reformation
were h* I T'*duy. however. Is the an
niversary of the da\ upon which the r* k
form r nailed his thcaaa t.* the *l*Kr of
the cathedral, ind the •■a-l>ration seems
ih* more fitting because of this
t I I! I oil l HIM, 1% J AIL.
tlroagtit IlNcit From >rw Orlrnn* b)
wlirrllf wxscenj Ia at Alght.
(' CTifford llill, the d*'faulting keei>er
•*f Isiurel Grove <>m*fery. was brought
ack fr* m New Orleans, where he was
trrrated last w-#**k. lasi night by StierifT
Swe**n> and was > ked up In the county
jail. Both th* sheriff and his prisoner
wer- t; and out t*n the long trip from New
•rc .♦ an*! bun retired as soon us the
jut. had I** < f ♦♦■o h* and
llill cam* ba k without making any
• rouble, and wltli*>ut the formality of a
r* dulsitlof. for hi** resurn to Georgia In
• leed, h* * xpressed .i I*, rfeet w illingness
to cCTt!* U* k ami I* is said he heltevr**!
•hat la weald Is* atie to square his a* -
• ounfa with th* < ity and make the mat
ter a.I right Th* amount of his defalca
tion. so far a the city is concerned. Ii
•clicved to he sma:*. not exceeding 1700
Is prepared at our brewery ar.d le guar
anteed unequaled in quality, purity and
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn.
*. ak*kl by all druggists.- ai
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1000.
AGAINST THE INCOME TAX.,
t ITIF.F TANARUS% \ 111 11111 A* TIKI 111 AU
M\\ , HtJN NHYOH SI Y3H V
\n Income Til Would wimply Mean
an ln*renset Harden I pan flie Peo
ple of lle t Dies n It Moal*l I all
Very lit hilt I pan the I minirj
4 (MintlfM—the 4 Itlra \**w Farnlah
•hr a‘hool I anil* and V*enlon far
•he II *• a I of the (a le— 4io% er nor**
Mroitgr ti'imresll) Advocates
Rrnncm>. hat He lll*ws ll*th Hot
iinl t olil. *n % a the Mayor,
The sfat*m*:d fr*m AG. ia that an in
com** tax law is likely to be one of th*
gifts presented to the p-o|U- by the l*g
telature which h Just me*, is f i r
garded a* very pi* *ing inform itlnon
here. The disjiati h was brief and did not
outline *n> of f * f-ifur*- of th** llli,
which It was stated would !*• Introlured
1 ly C 74 Kd Wight *f Albany
Mayor Myers doubtlrwa voiced tre public
*•* irinient l)*re upon the bill wh**n he y.iU
The *fT*t of i*n ln*rome lax tl 11 would
simply be ti in*r*-as' the already heavy
! lax burden of the cities of the state for
the benefit **f the country count.es As
matters stand now the *-iti*-s hear the
! lion's share **f stale taxation n*l furnish
• h** major p.r l'm *f the state's revenue
The majority of the count!* * of *h* state
now receive more from the .-tale in the
way of |*ero4**ns. school finals and other
j puidi charg* than they pn> into th*
' treasury That this is in t? Justb*- to the
| * !•* Imi r dly needs to be argued Instead
' **f deer* aslng the injustice ? .• ems i w
i that it is proposed lo Increase An tn
| *s>me tax woubl of course be graded .< -
cording to amount**, the h,Ki>e.-r rate: he
ir.g f*id by th*#*** enjoying ih* largest in
■ -ones. Th*- fact that th** cost of living
In the cities is two or thr* * times jih gr-.f
•is In th* country would no* be taken into
account A** the bailing Inis mess men.
rnanufa* turlng and professional men
are largely centerel In the cities.
in*d as they are ih* one**
upon whom th*- Income tax would chiefly
fall, it ts evident that the burden and t e
tax Will fall upon the t ill. "
"The present division of the irhoil
I fund is in Itself a great injustice t. die
i cities." said th** Mayor "If nn* w*re l
I lowed t> retain h**r the |*r<f>ortlon whi h
I'halham county pays into th** sbt*e i-, h *1
fund. Instead of h* pit t am** which i- r* -
turned to u k il)** state, we could sup
j |H*rt mignlflc*ni ho.*!- n*l the .mnual
i *on tent ion l**ween the Fount y t’ommls
; ciin*''- and th- Hoard of IMu i:**• n **•* to
the amount of ihe e h* and spprop' i *ti -n
| would be entirely uncalled for As II Is
Hwv innah's taxes g* !** piy f**r the h>*d
ng of children In counties which *ontri
i tiute nothing t her support Gov. Hand
lers r* "intn*-nd.itlon that no count> lw*
illowed n r*ce|ve any portion of th
; -date's schoo4 fund until I has raised by
1 taxation *t I* • B *' 4** |*er cent "f the *ju m
I allowed by the stale. I*> a g*<o*l on* N >
oounty whi h *le"< not cotwribuie to th**
M)|*f*orr *>f its ow n schools -1*• <ll k*h ,n
i cent from the stale school funl "
The trouble wnh the Governor." sall
the Mayor. "Is that he tdow* Isith hot
and cold lie recommend* r* form and
econo nr* n In cxpndlture of th** tat*- :
funds, and >■*• In half a d* sen places h*
rrctommetids improvements n**w d* part
i;r**s of various kinds, atl of which m*in
Increased expenditure He >-**eTn to an
;n effect, "Get n dollar’s worth every time
nou si*end a tbdl.ir, but spend It Just th**
Mayor My era* protest against any In
crease of the tax burden ui*on the cltle*
w II te indorsed by . very property owner.
,s well as other* w ho WotJbl be affectf-d by
vu* h a tax. The rural legislators up
parently overlook the fact tHat the cities
have heavy tax burdens of their own !*•
In r. Th* combined state, <ountv and
Ity tax amounts to u conflscailnu of m*'r*
than half the in*'*rne of many pro.erty
• •wnerfli and there are not * f*-w wh* ir*
well satisfied if there be enough left after
paving taxes to i*i> Insurance and y k**
necessary repairs. I* Ing satisfied to t-im
p*y hold their |*r**iKriy without Iw-ticfU t*>
Wll.l. FIGHT OS >o\. an.
•diorlv Jfnklto Agreed I |on mm llef
eree for Hanlon and I’oreornn.
Tommy C’orcoran of Savannah and Jack
Hanlon of Bh ladelphla will tight at the
Theater pn Nov -*" They re.*hed this
agreement ye**ler*lay t when It was 1# irn and
shut the Austral Athletic Flub would
have th* hu* on Nov. 14. the iher dan
• onsider* I. f*r a Uut that Is now l*eng
arranged. th<* principals In which will be
imuniiu *il within th* i>* vt day or two
Mysterious Billy Smith is n of tho.-e
mentioned, ami Baddy \\*ilsh Is another
When cracks of Smith's class get t com
it.g to S tv.itiiiiiu there can be n* doubt
about fighting le Inga g* and g**d thing
4’orcoran and Hanlon can show t** pret
ty a flght us anyone would want to see.
though. Mild believed th* 1 article they
put up in that line when they met before
in guaranty siiftl tent of what th- public
may expect. The lov* ra of the s|ort wall
probably Im* right there w hen •!*• le ys get
Hanlon >l*-!d*l another point when the
fighters were considering m liters It**
wanted to go to extra expense and bring
George Siler, the noted referee, to Savan
nah. but the other *4*l** wouldn't hear to
j and li'i>*t**d upon having Shorty
J*-t)kins Hanlon began to think the
thing looked Ilk** Jenkins or no light, so
lie gave |n although It went against th*
gialn. as lie thinks he got the worse end
en Jenkins called his la*t b**ut with
• ’orcoran a draw Sporting people in
Savannah, though, do n*t agree with
Hanlon in this, for they say Jmklns is
Hanlon Is going to Thunderbolt this
m*rnMig He will stofi at Mr* Hwnnon -
oiul put In some har) days at training
; He aa>s h- Is after tho coll) and expects
to pull It I*mn.
UOODENOI Gil FIMiD FIFTY.
Vie IMrsdnl (tullt) • m * lisrge of As
i ■anil and llntlrr),
\\ C Goolen*>ugh. formerly a member
*f the Savannah Baseball Trim of the
S**u* hern League and w* 11-know n in local
athletic circles, pleaded guilty In the Ru
charging assault nnd battery and was
parlor t'oiirt yesterd iv to an Indictment
sentenced to pay a fine of SSO and oust*
or serve a term of six months In the coun
ty Jail Goodervotigh pakl his tine and
the coats of the prosecution.
He was in'Me ted by the Grand Jury for
beating nnd kicking a negro woman.
Heti.i IlHinmo k to whom h- Is said lo
have administered . very thorough
trouncing He will b* lam severe, at any
j rate. In the future.
(M)KII A FALLING WASH.
Little Slelln IflenilrlcLa Lost Two
I'lnaere I nler a Window.
Rteiis. the I.Vmonthe-old baby of Mrs
M J lletvlrlcks. of No. 4GT> Berry at reel.
w**t. was seriously Injured yesterday by
a falling window sash
The child was sLting on a table near
j a window, of which the sash was raised
being supported by an old-fashioned
catch. In some unexplained way the sash
• *o*ame unfaatenedand fell on the left hand
of tho child, mashing It so badly that
Dr G W. Herlot, who was sent for.
found tt necessary to amputate the first
u*4 second Outers.
TO-NIGHT ALL II AI.I*OAA KKV
% Season of f*l*a*avf t*amo. Mirth
and • • iio*l • rlluatliip.
TANARUS" r ight Is All Haliow-en. a term r*-
•* with thought" >( merry game-. Jolly
rtK ami sui*erstilous customs, the
mor* fiterr.'Mng In that they hava t.K*
fufliux i. * -of antiquity and the sanction i
<>f the ages It Is a night when inerr>
rprl • of n caprl*'Jou l but on the whole,
piopltlous nature. .*r* supposed to be
jii.out ■ t*> lend th*ir aid to loving
sv.sin or maid tha* invokes it.
Wl, c the h'dly 4*nd mistletoe sire t**
< ?• ' . ami tt.* Hin t * Faster, is the
an* cf All Hall v•• n. a N-mt**.l of th*
-* . ui and the chief object of Interest In
n,.t v **f the games that ar* p t-uliar to
ii . ~f th*s* games, the most popular
,!t i fir th* be"* known. Is that of
bobbing Br the app ** A lrge tub of wa
ter l- ; a *-<1 In th* '‘enter f the room i*n*l
nn nppl*- preferably th** larg*‘*t and
rie,* v t that can be found L f t nfl*at
vvn.le those who play each. In turn, at
t ffipt to lift It from the water with the
t * :i 'rh*- merriment C'm s In the ef
fort . J **f the players t M*cure a hold on
ti.. apple, and is often lightened by a
hid nb-voiis on-|ook*T lU' king the face
of t player by a quick push When boys
.dot * are the players this gam** is some
tan. varied by dropp.ng dimes in the
* ih and giving them ns prises to those
tun . m g*t them out without the aid
of their hands.
Another gam** with an apple, that 1 but
litß. |* ss known than that f the 1 robbing
j.|d*. i?* when the frud is tt* and about head
Inch to th* gw > Jet wnd the players at
tempt to Life it
Still another *p(.k game |s that of par
ir.g the ft ui* making long unbroken
-•ring *f th*- **kin and then throwing the
paring t*a kward ov**r th* hea*l. It is
iir* t* aMS lime m sh}** in re or ipproa h-
titat *f .m* letter, which 1.4 taken to
*. tho initial of the player's own true
Among the moat popular of these games
I* tint of the lighted candle. A taper Is
h* ♦ An floor and the guests in turn
Jump over it To tho*-* that clear it is
promt****! a future t. \emontha of happl
r *-s-- and pro?j** rlty. but the re versa f
t!,i■ vl i-ant f it** is that f those who
kt * k it over and extinguish the light
The test of the 1 -w 1m another of the
pastime* of the evatiing Fhur Im*wl“ ar*-
provided Oil* Hi led wth water, another
wPh wins, th- third with vinegar and th
remaining on* ft mpty Th* player Is
bilnd!oidetl. tak* n away from the tahU*
on w hich they st,anl. and after hf'iM?
turned .I■■ u’ thrice, led l*aek to the tahb
and to|d to sel* t a lowl Accor Mng to
Ithe contents of the on** touched is a*i
j Judged Ills future far* The water shot *
* serene and plea-want life, the wine
career r! h and fruitful, the vinegar. |ov
erty and tmhappuiess, and las*, and worst
fate f all, the empty ln>wl, denotes un
bV? sel singleness.
There ir- numerous ther came* such
.as looking In a mlrr<W at ml night, or.
at the same wit* hlng hour going ibn
•kw n the cellar steps and with the i*l
of ,i candle h* Id hack of the heal, lo k
Ing into tub of water that has b en
plat ■d at th* foot of the eps i r the
purfsise when, so runs ti legend wi’l
!.* '♦•* n the fac* of *n* s futur* rnit* .
Ther. ir* also other *• t** In whi h th**
magic rune play a prominent part, bu as
it faks i m** t** prove whether tlose
projh* Its Will be vcrlfl.d t *•?-*• are not
so |Mipuiar Hie other gam*" in win
with M>m r*lvill y.s mixed a wh**b'som* -
nmotitu of fun.
( 411 TON INst M %N4 K 4sl FVriCML
Nlarinc llnlo f mi>il Lew From
\nna a I* Than From Nrw Orleans.
Ii ip|>ears after a complete lnvestlgu*! n
that there h' m en a mis:ken idea
a* to a discrimination against 8*
vmnah In favor of Near Orleans in ra*e
f marine 11 -urine* It app- ir Hut? th
rat*** ,n the ame lae • of 4: imp steam
er* from N* w Urbans ar>- fr. r T> icif-Six
teenth t* or* -eighth per cent higher than
they are from Savannah.
The sltua ion 1,.> be* n misunderstood
by some of the cotton nun here. The
•uttemetii that there is . dis.'rimln itton
again -t Savannah In rr.‘ of marine In
surance Is frequently head **n *h* Hay.
Rome qualify thin statement by stying
• hat the belter rates ir* due •* the *llr*c*
lin. M p* tw*••!) New orl* an* ail Europe,
while other* qualify It with the sis e
ment that it)* advantage comes, not fr.'m
the <li-crltn4naton * x r i*e*l by Insuran e
cont|anles, bvit from the fac the wl h
dee|*er wafer in th* hnrlsr of New Or
bans. and |m r and latter shljw wl h a
high* r average/ rating at Lloyd*, trade
from that port However. thL may be
th*- iiemcnt Is made * <*n-tantl>.
Tiie question of discrimination is ef
fectually disposed f by a statem* nt
from Mr I! Ifl'eber. chairman of th •
Tr in-u-ort*i in Fommltteo of the 8 ?
vannah t'attm Ex. lutnge. "I beg to
state." b* said, "that inquiry in the
prot*er quart* r has e’ < **d rh* 1 f rmatl n
tli.it cotton shipiM-d f• rm New Orleans by
the same olar* of tramp steamer* ns trade
from this !*uu hi- t* pay one sixteenth
to on** eighth per cent, higher rat f v
marine insurance than cotton shipped
Mr \N ,-Im *•!.! that this difference
which was due to the fact that the voya e
from N**w Or‘eane was longer nml mor •
hazardous than that from Sva rah.
w constant, and that It applied *o every
class of tramp steamer* Ha tee of marl.e
insurance !• ;**nd upon the ships ra*l g
r Llo\de and thl* riling ts what Is meant
when the word "class" 1- used Mr
Weber explained that if ship Um*lc*l on
on. VON Ige .It New* Orlenn* an*! on th*
next voyage at Savannah, the Insurance
rate on the first voyage would be fr m
one-s!xte**nlh to one-e|ghth p*r cent,
higher than on the second.
The .im.ren e in favor *>f Savannah,
wmpute.l In • ents instead of ier cen*s,
is fron thr** t< fix * nl< a ba> T >l*
-ast% n very different light en th.* t*ubje t
than that w hich has b. en recently shed by
deduction* from statements by the m- m
bers of the Savannah Cotlon Exchange.
FAY FOB THE OFFIITIHR.
Members of thr I onrl-msrtlsl \% ere
Wat Kepi AY ailing.
The officers of the gen ral courl-mar
tial that tried Corporal li. 8 Harris of the
Republican Blues and two colored sol
d*>rs In Savannah some weeks ago have
received llndr pay from the state for
:hnr services It 1“ a matter of surprise
that the pay came so apeodlly. as it Is
usually th** case that a certain amount of
rod tape has to Is* run off. causing no lit
The Judge advocate. Mr David 0. Har
row received full pay of $. for each *****
slonVf the court, but the other officers
agreed to acc**pt one-half that sum In
view of th** inquiry having required so
much more tune than was expected Thr
*si of the court was between s.*oo and
The findings of the court have not been
made public <’orp! Harris has heard
i*.thing ncr Ha** ** Her f the two c.Morei
soldiers who were trb and Cnrpl IJarris \m
expecting telegram from his counsel.
Senator J Ferris rant), announcing the
finding as soon ns t can be given out
(’apt Gann cxi*c--'ed to be given l h*ar
Ing bef re the Governor in the event of
♦he ourt having found unfavorably for
for Over Fifty Y>ara.
Mr* Wlntlow’a Soothing Syrup he* been
u*ed for children teething It soothe* the
child, aoftens th** gums, allays all pa n
cures wind colic, ad is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. Tweniy-flvt cent* a bottle.
CONFUSED OVER THE LEGACY.
THAT *t.<NMi M B|M*Kl> TO HAVE
BEEN LEFT THE GERYIAN*.
Officers and Member* *f the ( omp**f
Are Mill In (lie I)m r l*—The > IOK Id
Lenrn l.lllle Ahnial (lie flutter.
Horning News Gained the Mar*
I hmii Heirs of Dominick Brawn.
E. H, ( amn > ■ tl* tirrmnn* 1% 111
Get llie Money If It %% a \\lll*l
Them ai*l Han Nut lleen Bald—llm
Not 4 Inimed It AVua l'ail (apt.
The quo-ilon of legacy *f sl'*o 1>
still concerning the German Volunt* r
wno are die* ussing the m.ittrr and in in :
Ing in no little sjh , j.afw.n ov* r it Tao
officers of the ("iDi'KiiN m*-ntoi*‘i tn*
suppos* I leg a y yesterday. ) ; n-ither
had rmv deflntt Informa in at i it a*.l
loth were all at -* a when It • *me to
glvimr information that w is in the l u t
A queer and. ns matters develojve*! un*ler
a que*! Instituted by a r* \ r. . nt.*tive *>f
the Morning News, an ab> ird report rela
tive to rapt. Henry K* !-!* rt has been In
circulation. A- the u,ry rut.*, it get-ms
that Capt. Kolshorn himself w.s concern
ed over flu* report an*l wa busily engag
ed In proving Its falsity Two officer* of
the Germans spoke of th** matter, and.
though neither kn w anyt.aing about )
they gave very assurin' * that they r* -
p. sed th* utmost trust in Capt Kolsaem
an*l that he was In no way* t*>r
the failure of the *tip|Ked ha: i y 40
r*a h th*m
This report wa- a c airn of t . heirs
of the Dominick Brown estate that the
had been paid over to r.ipt Kol
■horn .-*■ verul y-.irs ago. This 4*af.t K*i
shorn indignantly denied, and dolled any
n* to show his r- • pt for th* amount
r prove in any ua\ that li* ti.*l r
received it. He had ahsolutel;, no ltf.*w I
• ik'** >f rnirh a l*erpiest tMiving **N**r i" • 1
made tho company, further titan he re .;>•.
anl that, at first, had n *v* r conn** *-‘“*l
Ills tianie in any way with th** mitt**
A respresentailve of the N**w
learned that tti* heirs *f the a* Ini a a
tor of the e? ate of ih** late Domini* W
Brown were to be f.*und at the rum r of
J'ffers**n street and Hr atghton 1 r.* *
lan* Mr K M r.is n and his ste;**'i
were found, and ih- Mary they told in
to relieve * ’art Kolxliorn i>( tny ♦ <
wily for %■ Indies ting hlrn'*'l?. far ahs'diit*
In no charges avail.st him ar- m;**!**.
Mr. r*s4n marria) widow, tr.*- niece
of Iv>minlk Brown hi 1 *-( hi !*roth<-r.
Fabian Brown. l**)th of whom nr. b*a*l.
Mr Fabian Brown vs * admini.*tra**r of
Ithe eatnre <>f Mr Dominick Brown * v* •
• ran man *er of he German Vo,unt/**rs.
who killed himself by whootlng him** If
through the head several years ng. ID
ws tnterr**<l with military honor?, the
Germans turning out Pr the funeral.
Mr ras.n -aid h*- kn**w of no su-h
legacy to the Germans, though h? ha<l
he ir l his Wife nod step- —>n S *y .ui**e *.r
• wlea, casually, tu.it s!.<*•♦) ha*l lx en l-ft
bn Ikxmini* 1 * Brown to th* tjerman Y.l
-111.te* rw. This, though, he heliev-d. was
through a confusion *>f ll*s> as $l.O - w.n
l*ft t<* n * s uirgc)n of th- Germans,
who had treat and Air. Hr*wut kl fully
after h** had been wun led in |he *attl
of Atlanta that he -ised Us 1* g from
imputati on. That ll.Ort ha I been j*all by
Fabian Brown. th* administrator, and
Mr Cason !• . r*l that h- nn , r ?ily.
sine** Fabian Br<wn di.l I*l h> . t . pay
ov* r $1 .■>• to • e Orman \'. luneers if
it run be shown that such w s the wish
of Domlrdck Br*wn, who. wh n he died,
was worth between s.**./o ar and s3*- **■.
Mr Fnson ui>> how* v* r. that he is
p.-itive th* re was no u h proi iGon in
th** will lie has .1 ropy of the do irn* ♦>♦
that is in n s )f**ty vault in Atlanta. . ut
his re'4)llection of it is of no such clans*
He reiterated, though. 1 at h woul.l pa>
a Just claim from the eatati* of th* td
mlnUtrntor. nnd that his vxif* and her
son had told bun that **U'-lt was th*ur de
sire None of th**m has • ver |al>l th*
m<*nev bn*l la-en paid rapt Kolshprn.
The report that th**r w.l mi h a *-g ■
a* y gained currency from an Irresponsi
ble sour.'.-, and it is b lkv***i it will
imount to nothing. The will on III* In
th*- ordinary's offl*e. however, will lx*
h*ok-d up and will settle once and for n I
the question of n |eg* \ If there nn •
such a legacy ar.d it h*- not Nn paid,
the Germans. Mr 1 a*on says, will g* 1 it.
4)lli:i 1.% UKimi.ll AT HOME.
NlnrHag** of 'tr. t harlr* F. AA’lrhrs
iiiml '•!■• Itialie XlmfTer.
A pretty home welding ts*k place last
nirht at the home of th bride’s parents.
Dr. nnd Mrs O. T Shaffer, when Mr
Charles F Wlchra and Mi:** Rosalie Shaf
fer wer* quietly married The ceremony
was performed in th** parlors of th* r*"-i
--d*ncc by Rev. ♦ sgx*l F |nstor of
Grace Methodist Church.
Th** bride was daintily gowned in silk
mode. trlmm*d with satin rll*D>n nd
lace The parlors hii*l b**en pre:i y l* *-
orated for th** occasion N\ith palms and
trailing smllax. and amid these surround
ings the young couple w*r* unlt'*l, There
was no wedding Journey Mr and Mrs
Wlehrs will r‘-i*le for th** present nt th.*
r*si*lot) *e of Dr. Shaffer, kd Waldhurg
Both bride nnd grix>m ore well known
In Savannan. The bride |- the y*.ung**st
•laughter of Dr and Mrs. Mr
Wlehrs is .-onnected with the m**eh.mi< .i|
department *f the Rea xxird Air Lit •
Their popularity wa- In part artesied by
the number of wedding |*res*-ut.s of will* 1
they were the rcclphnl-s.
TO YAONK AMm Mi ITALIANS.
Ilev. 11. f*. By er Ha* (■one to N**w
York Front \• ll*(ii .
Rev. and Mrs. II C. Dyer and family
were atarird the st'umship Ncooch*e.
which left last night for New York Mr
Dyer has been In charge of the Episcopal
ixirtsh at Valdosta for eighteen months.
He relinquished the |x> t to return to New
York where he will work under Bishop
Bolter. His auccessor at Vahlosia has
not been chosen.
Mr Dyer came south from ’he Albany
dioccae f*r the benefit *f Mrs. Ily* r's
health, which was improved by th*
1 • ininge The bishop of his *llo *se had r* -
quf-ded Bishop NDhi *0 find a chare*
! f*r him in Georgia. Mr. Dyer, on arriv
ing in New York will w.xk among th*
Itnllans. of whom th* re *r. 7'V.hS) |n the
1 Itv Bishop Potter desired him for this
♦*speoWl Held because of his having been
••duoated in Italy and his familiarity with
the Italian language nnd several dialects.
WERE HORN 111 T TO HIE.
*!r. J.rhtfr'i Thrpp l.llltr "nn \im
■ In llmin <*nf nrn.
‘ Joy w.i. (urn*-.) to yo.l.'r.lny In
Iho hontf of Mr ll.'nry J.i ht.r, \o. ’ '
Wnl.lburK *'r—t. wi-.-t. T'lf two Mill.
Klrltt an.) Iho boy who wroro lorn :o Mr
urn) Mr, Ju'ohlor ,nrvlvnl hut h f w
hourw lt-r tlirir btr'h It w* at a late
nour ruht hrtorr la wt ttuit t,tio of th**m
.11..1 Two hu, l.t.r It war. follow, I
by another hi* th* thlrO lana) away
uftor but two hour, more.
The three little ores wer, burled In one
casket. Two were .nl.l at the head and
:he third a: their feet Th* lmermer.:
wa in Bonaverture cetntery.
Mr*. Juchter la In no danger The lit
lie one, were apparently healthful nnd
tron* but not In reality, end they were
born hut to die. Mr and Mr,. M. luer
1 ftave (lie •yuH.atby of many frktiua.
ti will (uarai-tea
that tny Ktduey Cura
will eure V 0 per een*
of all forma of kidney
euuipialtii and la
many Inataaeea tba
moat aeti .u forma of
Brlglit'a disoaaa. If
the dlaeaaa la eotn
plica tad aeod a four
c.’ince rial of urlna.
We will nnalyat II
nnd adrlae you free
what to *4jjjjjjYox
It a!! f-ar'j'a Z9e a elal O dd, to ll*al‘h
tr. ' t,: C* ('■*> IVO Arrtr ! _Lj_*j_
\\ D NOT I.LOY IPII %\ 11'B#.
I ni**nt I'll***! •• Granf *f Y ear'* Xnp
p*r( on This tirmiml.
Abe LI n• I. John .n*l Jan** Gold wire.
nn *r** ii in.it ihc-y arc the ncph*w* of
the late Bcnjimtn Llyd ffl*sl In the
c iri of ordir.tiry y**st* rd-iy .1 cavc.it to
t grant of n widow s year s support to
La * Lloyd, out of ihc estate of their
T •• grounds of chc caveat arc that Rcn
j imi'i LU>d nn •' an unmarried man and
, ■ 1 iD-mun with wh**m ho lived nn.i
r / .1 ttlf. It Is chargsal that Rosa
I,I"N*J i- ih- nn if. of * '.i*ri* - \V.*lc who
I*, -till living and that she was never
. *1 \ ih< ;.:h sin* ma> hav*- l* *n for
mal y, married t*. Benjamin Lloyd The
1* it* 11. ib* I*> the appli’ ut lon for ai year s
support ur *1 th* • \* .)t thercao nni.l come
up for detcrmtnrmon at th* next term
.f tn* <\• irt of 4 >rdinar> Tle groun-ls
ruimcl an- som* what unusual.
I'KTIHKN OF THE II Ell 14 ATION.
\rlillc I'liotnu rn pli **f the Cere
monies In 'lr. M. I *l Wilson.
Mr M E*l Wilson bos comph ted one
of in*- tin* t series of phonographic views
**f t .*;•* Cathedral l**li it lon ceremonies
that has probably ever l*cen seen In the
ivu!h of a similar ep**< facie. Two of the
vi.*we shw the procession approaemng
the 4‘athealral and th* ceremonies Is*fore
th- main • iterance, and the others are
of th*- Interior, one of (hem showing (he
Ai hop is-fniN th** altar celebrating
th* ixmiiti' I m.i<*. and the other a largo
pi iur* . l-'xll it. lie-. * ken from the **r
gin loft run] showing th* entire interior
*f th. .tiiii 1 from th* nn.-si • lid. th** con
gregation, the priests In the sanctuary nnd
K \ Father 'Brl<n in the pulpit. Artlj*-
li -nlly th* 1 bture Is one of unusual
merit and is ore of the most Intereating
eouv* nlrs <*f the dedicatory ceremoni*'a
Mr \Vi -n bis the pictures displayed and
jn sale af his studio on Bull street.
First and Foremost
In the field f medicine Is Hood s Rarsap
nrilln. It possesses actual and unequalled
m* It by which l! cures all dls*,is s caus
'd *r promoted by Impure or Imjsn* rlsh
*d blood. If you have rheumatism, dys
p p . - roful.i or c.uarrb you may t ike
ID**l Sar-.iparllla and b* cure.l If you
ir* run *U*wn and f-d w*ak and tired,
you may b* ure 14 will do you good.
The favorite family cathartic ia Hood's
I 'lit* Iniisi Ideas.
The successful bidder wins a bargain.
Two beautiful new Ringer pianos, latest,
styles, mahogany case*, upright, will !>e
"id t Dorsel.' at 11 o'clock, Novem
ber the Mil, to the highest bidder. These
pianos ar sold regular in music stores
Ringer pianos are guaranteed by the
rnanufa -'urers for the same length f
tlm* that all first-class pianos ore. Fall
and examine th* s* beautiful pianos nnd
bring your expert jtilg- with you. and
you will I*** delighted with their tone.guar
*i ♦••* . and their style.
Tin y wi’l b* w* *I • I it Dorset t**, Fongress
’-'tt* **t, near \Vh t ker, t* th* high* st bid
der. at II o’ 'dock. November the gih. an*l
you vn ill n. t have a chance in many a
day to g'-' as good bargains as you will
at that auction
Th* lehr it* 1 K nil bo, makers of the
fir-* grade of pianos extant, buy and sell
the Ring* r pianos, ami so with the leading
manufacturer' of the I'nito*! States.—ad.
I)nI-YI II Hfsinnalratlsn.
Tfo-re b : xhlbitloA In Jarkon. Aletx
ger a Fo ' *f greit Interest to
th* 1 ladies of Savannah. It is a demon
strati.n of the famous "Eat Well" dell*
ca* Jcj*. Inidudlng salad df* sing and Jelly.
The En! - Well Load- are strictly pur end
ar*- of gr*.4t ('onvenlcnce to every house
k*‘* p* r. Th** demons?ran lon will le con
tlrpjed *vcry day this week and the Irellss
ir** eordlnllv Invited to come and pa take
of be K i- Well prmluctione
Ntudy While Yon Work.
Through one *f the ten free scholarships
In The In Forrespundence
Schools of ramon. Ba.. which the Mo n
ing N ws will pr.went to you If you secure
one of the (en largesl number* ~f v. te*
by Nov. you can keep on eirniug
ra living at your present work and at the
same time by study at home in tmi
usually devoted to recreation or r*t. fit
>out self lor a professional position at a
\Oil can *a-ll\ become one of the win
ners of thl- ontest. by devoting your at
tendon to coll*** ting Voting Coup ns and
keeping at L No one ha* a better han<
than you. G*-t * wry vote nou cm. and
ivt ... rou 1 1 I uvi theirs for) u
Re. th** wii.d'.w display of text i.<oks
and drawing **tfitw to >•• given away by
the Morning N*-w* in its educational con
test, *t Fha- Marks’ shoe storv, 17
1 Broughton street west
"Ornvbard ! a family medicine wffb
u " *1 and a Ir* min* nt basin* s man yes
tf .oav "My wife lanes It. and In nice
an*- is enjoying be'tei health than f r
years. The children livip well by taklo#
Grayb'ard may he obtain and at all dr.i*
st. res or write to us for It. Itispesi Drug
Cos, 04.de tr ps Sav.it nsh, Ga. ad.
Jut received .1 I i.*ge and assorted sup
ply of s*'hool bars nd school supplies.
I all at cut rates; from 10 cents up; also,
usual large am k of all the school books,
now used in < hat hum county, st f£*tll! %
News Depot, 45 Bull street. Rravannah.
Thoiikaml* t Itrb) I'enple
Have bean cured qub kl. by T* tter|rv* n
*u:e any form of sk n dimase Mrs. M.
K. iiiiokl. Miaa, hd an ucliy
brainj out on liar ,kln. 8h ,en>),
for too to\.a poa.pald to tha manulac
ur*r. J T. Shun mn. Savannah. Oa.,
an. Wl a*. •Tatlarm, la in, „ n |y thT
"'Ui K.va* me relni Se lK i j,, ,*
tianipa fur a tox U >uur uru, at ..oaan'l
kveu it. —atl.
-lloklnjr Bure-Elrit Laiiy (o(r for ,
Journay) I hop* wa ve got tha right
Second Lady: I aeked eeventeen train
men and nlnetv.three na-r. If thta
train went to Mlankvllle and they nil aald
iv*' 5° 1 BU< "* re 411 rlght.-.New York
IV evilly, T j
Our effort to
in our line of
has met with
17 BWOUGHTOH ST..WEST,
Burwell Bearings give it easy-running qualities. No
wheel has greater durability; WM. & H. H.
no wheel a prettier finish. LATTIMORE
have bffn laid in many of j
ihr romforiMhl** hon* in
Ntw York, Koeton find
| other cittea. More rhimty
! and economical than ir* |
jK’t?* I’l.iin % and fin v j
floor* laid and polish- I
complete ov**r old floor*,
making a polld and beau
tlful improvement Cat* .
nlogtie on request. Ka
llmaiaa sent on receipt!
of measure* of rooms* I
Having h number of fl-or*< j
to lay in Savannah this
month wi ran quote cloee
J M AH AMS.
227 N Charles* Street. ;
A NEW OPEN STOCK
■ ii S'B
worth 825; this sale $17. 85
Heavy Japanned Bread
Boxes, worth 35c, this sal
Heavy Wire Potato Mash
ers, worth 10c, while they
j last 3c each.
G. W. ALLEN & CO.
Hlalr anil IlHrnurd tn*rla.
Seed Oats! Seed Rvc!
Texa* Run Proof Oata. Coaai-ral *>
nr*. Cow r**<J. Har. Orln. Bran •"!
Freda of a!i kind* for acock and poultry.
T. J. DAVIS,
[ ZlPon* SJt Ul Bar atroal, *S