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ATTR.%rTIm <>F MISHIT.
FentMrr* nl r*rnhl %rc With
I |ir linlM’k fhftw*.
M r W J Atutofi. aM of the Frank J.
t> k aggregation of carnival feature*,
nc .| Savannah yesterday, nnd opent
jay rr..kinif preparation! for The I
\r*nt of the attraction* he represents. 1
. k ?huw.< form u l.irgc part of
attractions of the K.k* Grand Car
i w and Street Fair, that opens on Mon
year the Boatock people are fe i
Craquita. "The Living Doll,’ Mid
, w her** to he one of the most rem irk-
M lit lie creatures that has ever been
e , -.lot She Is twenty-nine year- old
•tt many Inches high She had trav
, i ill over th* word and acquired half
• j. £n ianiru*ires. rh.t*h she >peaks with
i j';. fluency.
o unlmal shows ore included nm* mr
t< liootoek attraction* They carry also
M .-man village. the Streets of ('iiro,
*, n I theater, the Crystal Muze.
h edy. the high diver. Lunette, “the
f -*r lady." the Venetian gondola*, pi •-
t :. of the Giilveston horror, and n num
l- .a other special features.
I Anson said h l> >stock shown
• ...1 all ta In Savannah anti rea ly to
. n business when the carnival n|ens.
/.* ’ o’clock Monday afternoon
\ mimbrr of children have been selected
t -dc* part Ifi the coronation scene of
Monday evening. when Chlquit* is to la*
• wt ed queen of the carnival They will
r*‘prr<*nt the various court dignitaries
an 1 functionaries and will he very ele
y ir.ti\ costum*d. Theac children, who are
to |*.rt In the ceremonies, will meet
a I •* - Do Soto at 6 o’cl k Monday af
t< rr re where they will I*- met by rm-m
t# r of the Wits’ Carnival Committee, and
r.vuvwncea that will take them and their i
i **rts to the grounds
The profrramme committee has perfects!
arrva.ge merits for a sacred concert, to hr
aiv *n by Falrman’H Band, on the
• n of Sunday. Nov 11, in the Carnival
*,r**uiKls Tta programme to ho rendered
will h** an exceedingly attractive one. th**
numbers including several of Director
Kerman* own composition For the pjr
poo. *f increasing attendance at the con
cert tno railroads will run special excur
sions to Savannah, a* vary low nates, for
the day upon which it will be given.
'|pn>s II %< H FROM II %CO!\.
The Annual Meeting of the (irmiil
l.udse an Ksfcllrnt One.
Th* majority of the Mason* of Savan
nah w!k> recently went to Macon to at
tend the annual meeting of the Grand
Lodge, have returned. District Deputy
Ohms F Fulton returned yesterday morn
ing Me says that the meeting was an
excellent one from every standpoint.
There were pre.-*nt about six hundred
Musons from ull (•arts of the state Th<
elect ion resulted In Grand Master Davis
declining re-election. and the uniform
moving up of c.i *h of t!i other officers.
Mr Max Mvrrhardt of Home being chos
en Grand M >trr
nr * . f the most important matters that
com*- before th*- I>dg*\ aid Mr. Fulton.
vtn< tl*#t f the building of th** Masonic
l i • l • l ’'. 11
it home will be built on th plan of having
i. number of cottages, which will th* j
all 'W >f its being add*-*! t• is the demand
T...i*le on it are !n* re*- ‘I and the finance
*.f the order allow The horn*- will b* run
• i th* plan of a similar Institution in
K • tucky. which Is reeognlxed Os a model
1 me of Its kind
The cost of the home will be Ilft.ftftO.
V-out s*.<*¥> of this amount ha** already
. n suhscrP***l .*n*l the Gran*) L*dge 1*
i*d at this me eting l> put aside ♦ h
,• r on* half of l surplus finds This
Vim for this year will amount to about
or even more, so that practically
s>, of the imount Is * .r* • td\ in s.ght
T > it> it lon >f t-e horn*- 1 in t yet l**en
• |e. id* and on.
Mr Fulton was re- '.* '**l diorir deputy
of this, th*- First Mu• *nl . t rci On
It t Wedte-s :n> night t • district depu
ties exemplified th* F <’ degree. Mr Ful
ton acting ;-* sent* r !•■■■*• tt , nd deliver
ing th** l**ctur* of th*- degie Th* lec
ture w,ts much .admire l m l so many re
quest* have Inert m id* for c >ple* of It
th.it Mr. Fulton miv have It print** l
a • j
In t Im* It••cttrtler' I ourt.
In the R. order's Court y* t r 1 tv Will
iam Harr tt white. 1 with being
<lrunk and dlsordely the right before, with
resisting and striking r.n ofll* er. al?o with
carrying conc.al**! w*• apons. did not up
j **r. as he was si k Ml se was con
Lmma Tuten. white, arrested eorly yes
terday morning In th* neighl*orhoo*l of
the rcmctrr\ by Patrolman T. C. Mur
phy w!io . hargeu h*-r with disorderly -'in
duct am) striking a man. w .** given h sen
tence of $1“ or fifteen days on the gang
Moon and Harris, the negro r arre.-tetl
the day before bv I)et -five Gcdbold.
charged with breaking Into and robbing
n store house on her road. h *l thlr
• *s*■** continual
WHAT CAUSES DEAF
The Prlnelpnl tans' Is Curable hut
Many things may cause dcifne**. and
r-. often it I* difficult to trace a cause
• in* people inherit deafness Acute dl
-* .ike scarlet sometimes cause
! tfness. But by far th* most common
in —of loss of hearing is titarrh of the
h* ad and throat.
A prominent specialist on ear troubles
t v * a* his opinion that nine out of ten
• *f dmfnes* is tra* to throat trou
t this lr probably ovcr-tited. but if
* rtainly true that more than half of
ires of poor hearing were * a used by
catarrhal s* retlon in the nose and
•at tin*is Its way in th* Kustachlan
i urxi by clogging It up very wko af
the hearing and tin* hardening of
e* retlon makes the loss of hearing
I fiinent. uiiifuM the catarrh which raus
• s • trouble ie cur**!.
• e*** who arc hard of hearing may
• this Mtl i •>
a all observant Ihust have noticed
u hard cold In th* head will iff* '*
b urlng itn* 1 that catarrh, if long i **g
! will certainly Impair th*- sense of
ns and ultimately cause doufne.-s
the n*>se anl throat are kept clear
• • free from the unhealthy secretions of
if rh. the leaning will at on** greatly
•>ve. ntxl an yon* Mifferins frim <b*f
-• • iin*l catarrh can satisfy themselves
• ‘‘.is point by using u flfty-cent box
■'■’Mil's Catarrh Tabkds. anew * >-
uri. which In the past year has
n th* uiprova! of thousands of atarrh
rs. as well ** physicians, b* au.-*
• n convenient form to *-ontalns
1 ■ ain<* or opiate and Is as saf** and
• r.t for children as for their ciders.
art s Cat irrh Tablets Is a wholesome
cation of Blood root, Gualacol. Ku
•l and similar antiseptic-, and they
• •' rrli and catarrhal deafness by
■ n upon the blood and mucous m* m
-1 * r * of the nose and throat
"tit* physician aptly expresses It
* *l* nt havo to draw upon the Im*
tt lon to discover whether you ar**
• ’lug benefit from 'Stuart's Catarrh
Improvement and reib f it** ap
rfrom the first tablet taken
A | druggists sell and recommend them
V ro *t but fifty cents for full-idle*!
i k i*i*- .m i any catarrh sufferer who
wasted time and money on sprays.
,V’ H> •* powder? w..i uppr< *late to the
• mvril of SHuart a Catarrh Tab*
MIDRIFF .MKT OOt’XT MKYHk
The Aaetrtan % >blr nn n-Tra nip i
Now Delialitlnir New Orleau*
t*B'. ar.t.ahtans who k*i*p up with current
events retain a distinct remembrance of
Count Rocco Du novteh. who honorel
the city with his rr**ene* and his ap
proval about a year ago Toe count Is
#o)ourntng In New Orleans and
few duys ago Sheriff Thom-** J Sweeny
had the pleasure of meeting him there
ilneriff Sweeny met she Count while
h was In New Orleans for the purpose
of bringing Clifford HIM hack to Savan
nuh The New Orleans Picayune, m Its
Hfus of last 8 indov tella the story* w’ell
The Picayune save
Clifford C. Hill win he startvl for Sa
vannah. Gw . to-morrow
T J Sweeny, sheriff of Chatham coun
ty. in which Savannah Is located, ar
rived m town hist night and pus up at th**
dt Charles Hotel. He called on Superin
tendent of Police (raster and made ar
rangement s for a conference at 11 o'clock
this morning relative to Hill’s case.
Then Sheriff Sweeny returned to the
hotd No sooner did he react) she main
rotunda than did the official from Savan
nah spy an old. familiar face
"Hello there. Count, yon here'' What
on earth are you doing around here?"
Lecturing to the public school* and in
specting the city." replied Count Rocco
The recognition was mutual. Count
Kotoo wus tickled to death to see Sheriff
The greeting was Jocular. They shook
hand?, then Sheriff Rweeny had to laugh
long and loud, all the time surveying the
Count, who Mod by him
You .ir- iooking awall." said the sheriff
of Savannah “The last time I saw you.
you were not wearing such good clothes,
ar.d you looked more Mke # tramp than
you do now Count you're out of sight."
Count Rocco did not ogre*- with the
being out of sight part H i ma 4 ntalns thas
he is very moon in evidence, ospe tally
when tt come* to •>ftl<-lal papers arid lec
turing before publk vho© children
Th** Count was In my Jail in Stavan
nah." added Sheriff Sweeny. "I was not
th** official who rr*-et**d him. but ha cam**
tw my official hotel."
V\*h*ai was that?"
I a.o summer?'
"What was he arrested for In Savan
‘ Suspicious character "
"How long did he serve’"
'Twenty-four bourn, as I recall It."
<\>unt Rocco was standing by during
this repartee between th** sheriff and the
■'lain right." broke irv the Count.
"They till know me. f stopped at rhe
b* fit hotel m Sttvannah They couldn't
hold me but twenty-four hours."
"How ire you now” ventured Sheriff
"Bully," ejaculated Count Rocco. Been
In Jail here in New Orleans Was in for
fourteen *lny?. no. not fifteen, only four
teen." correcting the Picayune reportar
"Savannah Is n clean city." added the
mueh-JaMed Dianovich. "I published here
that S.ivannah was clean Dirty alleys
in New Orleans You understand me. *lr.
rllthN hick alleys but pretty good Jail
' l;**c to Tex.i**?" asked the sheriff
"Not yet. started, but came back
Thought you tid us you were gotn;
home to Austria” '
"I got in New Orleans nnd couldn't
leave It They are good to me over her*-.
iv. lers’und m** g>csl to me I have
enter* i:nH) the Governor an*l have lee
lured before the public schools. You un
drrM nl me. -ir, h* Governor and the
'You are all right Savannah will nev
er forget you."
Count Rm*o f*>l*l the sheriff that he
would *••• him again, and with that **
left for his suite of rooms, with a bath
between, down on Royal strc*e
Slt* riff Sweeny said the downfall of
Clifford C Hill was .t great shock to the
l*eoj';* of Sav.innah He Is n wMower.
wlt.a thre* children.
pok* r p aying Is what did the work.
ITnlil five month? ago he wae a printer.
w rklng at his trade and earning n good
Tli*-ti he git the place as keeper *f
laurel Grove Cemetery at a salary of
I! •* h year. Three weeks ago h* -kipje**!
out and an investigation shower! that h
ha*l embezzled 96&0 of the city’s o M rv
"But there nr** other smalt embaxyle
rn* i * harg ? ig.itn**: him on tha out
sid* ' said the sheriff "which will bring
th*- .imount up 4*> SI.WO. The city 6<i
rik*n up the * e nnd will leader the
* rtiiic.n Y I lo*)k for him tffW*rvp
o t* rm In th- penitentiary- The
ctition seems ivnt on pushing the caw.”
Snerlff riweeny is n very Interesting
young man. He to the youngest sheriff
it? the state of (Georgia, being only 77
y* trs of ig**.
MI'S IIEI.I.l: KKAHNBY TO I.KCTIHU
U . C. T. I . Ailvorntp nt Ihr f hrlaflnn
I hurt’ll Sov. S.
Miss Hello Kearney. one of Ihr most
consecrated worker*, deep ihlnker* find
Rifted speakers among the hrltlltnt hand
of organlxer* In the National Woman*
Christian Temperance Cnlon. will pass
through Savannah next week and will de
liver a lecture Thursday nlßhl In the
Christian Church at Holton and Howard
afreets especially addressed •<> young
m* n and women Miss Kearney was horn
near Vernon. Madison rounty. Mississippi
She was edu hted In her native state and
taught hool auccessfully for six years
The women of the Mississippi Woman's
Christian Temperance Cnlon appreciated
nr once the value of the service pledged
!y this enthusiastic young woman to
such a degree that she was Immediately
appointed Stale superintendent She cour
ageous,y began her work, going upon the
platform with me ease that comes from
the sense of supreme need Two years
after enlisting In her state Woman's
Christ! ill Temperance Cnlon. Miss Kear
ney was made national organiser by the
national convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Cnlon during its
session In Itoston Miner then she has
traveled a wide extent of country.
May the Mississippi Woman's
Christian Temperance Cnlon elected her
president of the state union She resign
ed (his office in ord> r to attend the In
ternational Woman'* Christian Temper
ance Cnion Convention In lndon There
she yvas appointed round-the-world mis
sionary. but declined hecauae she could
nof find a suitable companion and. be
cause. tlouhpd whether she was physical
ly strong enough to endure the necessary
work and travel. Mis- Willard anti lady
Henry Somerset appointed Mias Kearney
to represent them and th, Woman’* Chrts
[ nan Temperance Cnlon at the Interna
tional Congress of Christian Workers
lit Id In Orlndelwald. Hwiszerlatwl While
thtre she lectured In the Protestant
t hurcb While In Paris she spoke at the
! Helevtlle Mission, and Ml** I>e Hi.ten
i prewldcnt of the Woman's Christian Tetn
l iterance Cnlon of France, urged her to re
main and organise among the Kngileh-
I -pecking people of Paris After a tour
through England. Scotland. Ireland.
Swttierland France and Italy. re
. rned to America last till Miss Xar
liev Is looked upon as one of the paters
~t philanthropic thought In the South,
.-th. has become Identified wMh the heart
~( the nation's endeavor after so*er
homes, nobler thought, purer living and
iu*tlce to women.
Among the rames proposed to thr
Swedish Academy of Sciences at Stock
holm for the award of Nobel prizes for
scientific achievement are tho* of Prof
' Roentgen and Signor Marconi, fc
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1900.
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
Here’s An Exceptional Opportunity
51 suits, which arc tine value, for $lO a suit, but
which as a special offer for to-day’s humming sale we
are going to offer at
41 suits left of big lot of slc> suits, which will go to
day, and go fast, at
27 suits of those $12.50 suits are left over. They
will go to-dav with the speed of electricity for
Children’s All-wool Knee Pants Suits (worth *A.75),
The latest thing out in Children s Suits (these are
unusual and worth $6),
Gentlemen, see these Overcoats that are going at
little more than half their value. They can't last.
Boys’ Long Peak Caps, all colors, 25c.
Boys' Eton Caps 19c.
Boys’ Knee Pants 25c.
Boys' Shirt Waists 19c.
Boys’ Alpine Hats 50c.
The Leader of Low Prices.
VISITKIt THE RED R\.
Ilrrat virlutn Hrrk Earmpllflrd Ikr
t nn rlltra Work.
Groat Bachrm .1 W Book of <3rimn yd*.
Itrd Buvann.ih Trlho No 4 Improved Or
drr of Rr.l M-n. laat nurht. and rxrollrnt
work wa* rV.no In thoir wigwam at the
Odd Follow*’ Hall. Thy Orr.it Barhvm
‘•ommondod tho work of th- trth.' highly,
dwelling In glowing torni- U|ton th>' • Itl
rl.nrv *hown hy tho chlofe anil extolling
their knowledge of tht. ritual
Tho Grrat Brhm ln*tructeil tho Irlh.
In tho unwritten work, oxomplyfylng it to
fhr groat vit!*fa<-tton of all Th* timir
Are was kept burning t.rlghtly for two
hour*, all entering with pleasure Into the
Fpc*i the ron lumou of kualne**. the
tribe aljoume.l to I>-v*n'* cafe, where
• very linking eourse dinner was served.
Tho Groat Sachem was the guest of hon
or. The Rw| Men remained until late
hour In the enjoyment of the feo-i nnd
the speeches thlt Were made, Baehem <'
M. Holti. Great Barham Beck. Hed
Men C. E Jeeie*. C A Vetter and oth
er* .•nntrlbiiring t>> th-lr forensic efforts
to the surer** of the oc<. on Folleuwlng
I* the excellent menu, prepared >n Irv in’)
best *tv|e that ’n* diseuseed
Blue Point Oystrra on half *h-11
Kish Filet* of Re I K;h.
Thnatoe- a] > March <1
Celery, Potato Fat id.
Chow-Chow. Mixed PI kle. yue-en Olive*
Chicken Croquelli -with Green Pea*
Prime Rib* of Reef. Mushroom Sauce.
Mashed Potato s
Vermont Turkey. Cranberry Bailee.
Asparagus al >i <*riam.
The Great Sich-m and Mrs Beck are
• topping nt the De Bto, having rea -h.-l
the city last night They will remain in
the city all day. being enterialne l by the
Havnnnah Tribe Th.- following commit
tie Will see to the entertainment of their
visitor* Messrs C M Roberts. K A
Fmlth. Robert Burnham. C. E Jones. J
\V Ru-h. C A. Vetter an-l Jn.’Ob Fhl
felder The Great Bach> m Is visiting all
the tribes In the state to encourage them
in thetr work an-l aid In <h* upbuilding of
the Improved Order of Red Men.
1,1.1’E8 Wl> ANOTHER 4i*MK.
Beffeated the He,ls In Masker Rail r
the V. M. r. A. last Night.
The Rlues defeated the Reds In the
game of basket hall at the Y. M C. A
last night hy the ac-oro of 1* to ! The
game was a good one amt *as enjoyed by
quite a large number of spectator*.
Courvolsler of the B.ue made the be t
Individual wore making four goals from
the floor, and two from fouls, thus scar
ing tm of the points ma le for his t- am
Hunt of the same tram also made t eool
wore, ti points of the total being -hu \o
his skill In throwing Klghlon of the H—ls
for hts skle equalled Hunt’s • -re The
following was the line up:
Reds Blu -*’
Hythewood Elton, George
There will he no game next Friday a
on that night will l>e given the gymnaatlc
V. M. C. A. A* IKK GET HKTI IIP.
will Have nn F.ntertnlnment VAltli
Hrf real) men ta Election Mgbt.
Election night aprctal wlrea will lie con
necte.l with the Young Mens Christian
Association's gymnasium, the election re
turns will In- received anti as ra|ddly a#
they come will be thrown upon a screen
by the *ter*opl<on There will he nr, bel
ter pla-a In the city to get the ek Alon
return*, and as perf.ct order will be
mnmtained nod no smoking allowed. It
will be a very desirable place for iqdle*
to get he result of the day's voting
A large numtwr of seats will be provided
both down stairs and In the gallery so
lhat there need he nothlrg in th* nature
of a Jam All friend of the association
are Invltesl to he present, but boys unsler
| will not tw allowed In the building un-
Ea>j k HiDnjcA::E::;rRV3EmE
fkl Tf til *' H.wmrn,
mm m.H ssuviata T3 linn aticoai
firmd Ever) Hay Till a Week.
lee** in rharn*> of lh**lr pnrervts. Refresh
m*m? will tw served ut reasonable |>ri
and the electric Ilirß’ will tn* turned >•
vr\ half hcMir There will b* a con
tinuous prorramme of entertainment dtr
mit thr cvenlm? to overcome the wait? be
HB4IW 441) AWTMCRS MfOWfi.
< I*f It in w HerrhsntN Hit I pon n
Timely 4|enn f lirrorstlon.
Def* rence to th** Elks an-l their kr* .it
1 Carnival to he given during; th* next 4wo
week* has Induced three gen
thmcfi’s furnishing establlhm#nt
! tn the City to d*- orot** their
show window? with massive heads of elk
• ind mor?c # stuff**! an*! mounted Hcrjul-
Mtlon upon the well-known big-game
( cf Ihf cl*y was made for (he
trophl* ?. and the merchants *liaplnyini;
?hm f**# I gr*t i*rl*l* In ha\dnc obtained
s" tflractftve and so timely evidence of
; their interest In the affair of the Kiki
A moiiH’ shot hy Mr Frank C. Bit ley
has |is head ornamenting the window’ of
M* ssrs It H lacvy it Bro . w'hlle next
t floor, the Metropolitan Clothing Compiny
ti .1 very hnndsom** head of a moose
that was kill***! hy Dr. F U. Wilson
• The*#* gentlemen mi<de their trips to
, Maine tnd Canada for their moose within
i the last two or three years.
Mr 8!g Gardner has genuine elks'
I heads. One of th< m belonged to an elk
that was ?hof hv Tr J G Van Marter
•n \ t!*•* other to one that was shot hy Dr
St J R Graham. Both ore handsome
I.ROAI. NOTH Rt.
n th** District Court of the United S4at*-s,
for the Kaatem Division *f the Southern
Dielrle* of ftN>rgia. m Bankruptcy f n
the matter of Daniel J Blackburn, tank
rupt m hankruptary. To the ereilttora of
Daniel J Blackburn of NV*)him In ih
county of Ware and district aforeMiii.
ttankrupt Notice 1- heraby given thaf on
th* ?< th day of D< t . Ali . 1 the <*a|*i
Daniel J. Bla. kfurn wa? *l*ily adludicae|
bankrupt. ar,<l that the first me. ting of his
creditors will he held at Brun-wLk. It
Glynn countv on the 10th of Nov A
1 !'.?•. <it 10 o't'lo< k in the forenoon nt
which lrr>e the sal*) creditors may atten.l,
prove their iaims. appoint a trustee, e*
tmltie th*- bankrupt, and tran-act auch
other business a? may porperly co.ne e
fore sakl me* ting.
A j ROVATT.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Dated at Brunt-wick. <Ja . thl? the 3 th
*liy of October, lfi‘
GEORGIA. i HATH AM COUNTY
Whereas Francis Tillman haa npplhd to
Court of Ordinary for letters di*ml*<-ory
as administrator with the will onnex*d.
• on th** cstat* of Francis Tillman. l.' a < i
Th#*?*- are. therefore, to clt* nn*l a*lmon
ch all whom It may concern to ta and up
l tr before *‘.*ld Court to nnk*- obje* t‘on
41f any they have) on or before the first
Monday In January next, otherwise aid
j lettr> will b- granted
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L
Ferrlll. Ordinary for Chatham county
this the second day of ftrtotar. iVtft
FRANK E KEILRACK.
Cleik Ct. Ordinary, C Cos.
Seed Oats! Seed Rye!
Tsxstx Rut Proof OaU, Coaat-rl>Ml
Rys, Cow F*4. Hay, Grain, Bran nn-i
F<ls of alt k!nJ for atock gn-l prmitry.
T. J. DAVIS,
T’lspbona S3. 1U Bay *tri, wsat.
JOHN (i. BUTLER,
J-atnts, Otla rul Ulaaa. Hah. Doors.Rllntla,
and Bulld> r* Huppilrs. Plain an-l Drcora
tlvs Wall l-apt-r. Forrtgn sn<l Domsatlo
r-m-nla. Um-. Piaster mix] Hair Bola
Ag-nt for Abeatlne fold Water Paint
ar> Congress afrs-t, was). an<J 1 Si, Julian
■ MAIR R BALSAM
Clmmo sd4 Ut heir.
Cft-moMS • )*nut >ttU
S*o Falls to B ••tor# Oray
lisir to |t Youthful Color.
CutM •*•*© a slr t Jf.
- 1 111 -.< 1 1
1.0, I>ty HolaasM UasahtaM fas
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
PI HMN U,
Xmas' TXot^htahtXniov i r I
•*•<*lll© u nice toy m watch. 75? oevur** a
reliable ralltoad w.it b. 25* •**■ ur . hat id.
ton a i.iii) f e*Ui watch; *•**> •ec.ure a in ig
nHY ent gel) fliti-1 watch. Am**rl**an tnove
meni. IniUiuc ,> . *-> Inetulim ntii and ,
no pd*lleii or coll** far* to w riy P.
come and have ii.e \strm asp la In* and. F*
l*as, Ka?t fmoqghlon. Hair. J**welr>
and Shoving £hii>p.s Houtf. oUI giW<l or
allv< r taken ia pa>m n(. or * ah given lor
WANTED T\* KNOW THE WIIKHK
abtnit ui any of th* heir** of J>hn F
Wchkl. arh* livnl in HAuatnn count) Tex
a in IM7 Addrce- llenry M.dlngren,
NOTE TO THE DELEGATES WHO
may attend the Grand Lodge tneetiiiK f
St .In-* pli Aid Horldy *t Wayt rOMt. (. .
Nov |3-> ll>** Plant Hv.**trm *f Kallw iva
will ?* II ticket? o n itid <me*fourth far**
fur tlic roun.l trip There will !•*• LW •l* 1 •
g.itrM In nttendatue from oil point?. •t.
w t north. . ith. H*\* \y E Johnwni,
U i) Singleton in<) other? ore t'onimllte*
on Amnigement lift t* II I'ayne. G .
N T. TifTt. Private S* utary. Nov. 1.
H VUG AIN'S To HE HAD AT THE
(Uirdiiu Bisar. 12 Broughton #rr**t, *im.
The entir* rt< K ha to be wel l i air 1
lew? of price
OIL IILAIIIIS. WOOD HEATKR.
cvml h*'.tt* TB. cook Kto) •'/ and i.ng*%. It*
liable good? i'. P Miller, agent
~rKMI VT SIDEWALKS. ARTIFICIAL
pur* cement coping for fencing, four
fee* long 14 Inch* - high and nine ln'he?
thick, ntdewiilk ctneni, lI? k- vatlmM
olor?. octagon an-l h*-vagoiial. K"* , d
work and rrw*oiittlde price, ie(*r? to
M**hr- .1 H E?lUI. M J, He*i in*n?. Wil
liam Kehoe and other? Sh*p Whlt.iker
and Hitd wtreeta. Char lea Hohba, SoA
MoIU’IIINI.. OPIUM LAUDANUM
u *>alne habit, tnywelf cured will Inform
you of harmle#?. pet mam fit home cure.
Mary S Bublwln. liox 1712. r'lit go.
ADVLP*TISLMI.NTb SI T IN CAP
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAR
liTED ADVI.ItTIHEMFNT COLUMN
FOR TWo CENTS A WORD No AD
VERT I SUM ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN A? ’
IS YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF"
Stiff ©I A Freeman have a ? landing offer
of 11,000 for every wfr of their make that
doe a not preserve its content* one iof*
via? In btnniiig dehri** IM hour? When
taken out the ho?* bad to be turned **n
It When opened, not u page wa? llcol
nred. n*l a r*c>rd .o<t. ti*t a l*llar d**-
?troved If you eant oerurlty. buy a
Stiffel A Freeman .*afe C. I*. Miller,
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy, lt> rich an*l pure; try
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. MAT
ire?t? renovated. Antique furniture re
pollMhed. furniture packd and shipped In
best m.mn* r S*'n*l me your ordcra. t?
P Miller, agent
CAM KLI A.I A PON ICA S~ANT>~A 7. A LIAR
price, fiat and upward, direct Importa
tion through Savannah Custom Hone*
by A C Oelachllf. nur**unr. oppo**lt** Golf
Link? Phone. 49*.. !-* Hyacinth*. Nar
ria??l. Fr*?la? nn*l Lille's Plant n*W' J
Gardner, agent, care E Moyle. 10 Brough
ton ?r*t. e*t.
IF ITS RUQfI YOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGlllla.
SPECIAL AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockcm, ladle a axe. at S2.
J W Teaple.
I AM NOW' I S XT ATE I * AT 414 WEST
Broughtoi>. ring tip Ull* It you want to
hav. uf fumltura BMtkl or pack* i I
etdpment nr -forage. I guarante.- prt* * e
the rime h? 1 k the work that ? given
•m* A S. Griffin, 414 Broughton etnel.
wM, matlreeatH made to order
MILLER'S OTOVKB AND RANGES
ylve eatl?fartlon The Magnetic, Econo
not. Waldorf. King, and ther good
make? ut roasoiMbb price?- Brough
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS I N
eurpMii* and for richness; delivery is per
fect; phone. 2.?4fc
MI I TER Ft R < and FIFE Dl
office tables. *ffl e matting, office ehoden
207 Broughton, w* f*t
WHEN YOU SEE M til ELIS SlXTY
inch In ent rug?, you will buy thorn.
Just can't help It. will sell In any quan-
FURNITUnE MOVED WITH < ARE."
la i *p< f latty with MoGINI?.
“MILLERS NEW STYLES IN CAR
pete, mattings, linoleum window ■hade*,
etc. AH werk lone in flmt-c’am sty la. 207
MO! ELIS' LACK H'RTAINS IVILL
h- autlfy your i*orb*r
M GILLIS IS CHKAI* ON Rf’r;s NETS
lac#* curto n*. hamm<* k?. water trader*
pillow?. |il> lure?, stOM i*. bedrontn suits,
ap*l furniture >f every <!ecrlption.
“SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
rang?? for male hy J W. Tee pie; hl-o
agent f r Inauran * gasolli** etove.
|1 is BUYS NICK RATTAN ROCKERS
while they taut Lrg- assortment of
MK-kiT?, dlvana ani easy chairs. C. P
KENSINGTON FARM 18 ON AN
elevation In the country. fr*e fmm city
drainage Impossible for miik to become
rontamlnat* and. I*v Impure <?lora; If you
want pure Jersey milk. phon* 2.14i Da
llvery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed,
M'GILLIS MOVES RACKS SHIPS
and stores plan■*% u and furniture, h* at work
only. "Cheap-John" prl * - ra> "Chaop
John" Jobs •
GOLD KISH % 22. 10/. CANARY BIRDS.
12 50., fish food and tfr.iaa, J Gardner,
agent, 114 Park avenue, east
IMS FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. C P Miller. ng#.t,
’s2l-0 FOR ART HQt'ARKS WHILE
they last Big as*->rtm< nt. all grades of
art qu ire . rug?, mats, portieres. C. I*
“M'GILLIS SKLI-S SIXTY-INCH RUGS
Smyrna pattern- for y> c**nt.
"ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN o.M*
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIBD AItVERTIHEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO Af
V ERTISEM ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
II Kill! 41
Ing are now flunking *
Dr G W ILmdo.ph, A Rh 1 marie
Ho|#l. Colum la. 8 C . and w
learn from letting paper? tfmt he |? cur
ing many He h? *ngy*l to go to rta
v tnnah. t.i . the sth *f Nov . and atav
ten *lu> ? H* Will then go •* D illa
Teg. Stutterer Hn? ?e.-m? th he your
im>( op|?>rtunity. Col Willie Jones of
Colum Ii ami many other? are loud in
hi? pr.ale -Christlan In*|ex.
HOW ARE YOUR FEET** IF YOUR
fet are troubling you. • ail on me nnd 1
will give you reU*f. 1 cure lfigr*wlng
nail?, corn? and all dl a *- of ih f**#i
without pain, harg* - r* i?onahle. on
give the heat r*d r*f-* * In Hie illy; |t
(tents treated at r* ?l*lei r**e, orders • .<n
left at Livingston’? drug -lore. Bull
nn<l Congre?* ?tre*ts. t* epaone jfi.l. Lem
Davb surgeon * hlr**t?eli?t
HE Ll* \\ %\TEH—MILE.
SA LES.M EN WANTED TO HELL OUR
good? by sample to wicleal and retail
trad*'. *♦ are the large?* an*l only man
ufacturers In our line in the world, libera!
salary paid Addr*--**. t’mi D* x Mfg Cos.,
office, 7k Board of Trad*- Building. Savan
SALESMAN WANTED Foil FLOfI
IM Apply by latter to u- with refer
ence; good pm.ary paid to the right rnan
Ltppman liras., wholesale drugglsti, Upp
> mau block, Savannah, Gj.
HKi.r w m \i i:.
elate *it on fine work (krnnn
or lrl?h preferre*!. M* Kay. Ta Sor, Ma
"WANTED TWO ACTIVE EDUCATED
men. w*rkl\ salary or guar inter only
applicant? giving igo, referen. • itul |i
vloua employment cmv-hlered l>c?l I
Mead A Cos,, New York city.
Ill'l l* 44 4\TFI- I H 41,..
WANTED \ M< I
. harg* of lun<*h room, trust < xperien
ced Apply at LS Btoughton *tr* *t, . t.
COOK WANTED.' AND t>* HOUBE
work Apply 4%7 East Gordon ?Iret
\IV EItTIHEM FNTS SET IN *’\P
I PAI.S WILL IIE PRINTED IN C|*\B
SHIED AIV EItTIHEM ENT COLUMN
!•' R TWO CENTS A WORD NO Al>
V ERTISEM ENT TAKEN FOR I.LcW
I 411*1.04 tit M 44 %\ITD.
rr want? copying to do, n*t and “ r
-at* work guaranteed Addr*'.-*? ' upy Ist.
N. vt ? offi •'
A RESPECT VIU.E I’OI.oHKD WO*
mail want? |oaltlofi ■ *?k cat* giv*-
.*1 refer, n. *-?. Call at *4l ‘Hik ?tre t
SITUATION WANTED. POSITION \S
lokk* *-p* r fr a larg. tur|*nitne r ? w
mill, ojH'ratur pr* f**rr*sl. 1* t of r* t r
rn.ri se t* 'HWpe? **ll*'V. caift* t**r, '*‘.
A<Mr* - . C P I ivt * Etr.ii G
not \\ 4\ 11 t>
WANTED To in .NT IIOPHE. lo OR
II ***ni". with ’tahlr on pteim.-*-? Al
-lre* II Bog A
U 4M I IX—4||*M 111 4 \ IXM ?
Wtu MI N HI SHiNffinid I 4
In pinr ting llfty m re? sugar an*- near
city D H Eoeter
IF YOl Want GOOD MILK. ‘JET IT
fr.wrt Springfield Dairy , It's rich, purs an.)
“t ASH PAID l*'tß GOOD SECOND'
hand **at **a. k? "12 West Bay street.
IF YOU WANT A PLACE To DUMP
earth, dirt rural, manure. *t free of
chatg* Just at city limit* hauling over
hard road, write r fe|ephn Bn*sn
-ofner Ah(fc*run and E t Broad
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAIA* Wild IIP PRINTED IN I'Mrt
HI FIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWo CENTS A WORD No AD
V I:RTIHEMI NT TAKEN 1-\>l4 LI-jIAH
ONE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
for rent, privilege <>( bath. 2IS Ea-l
1141? KUH Hi:VI
TO JTeNT ELAT fTyE ROOMIf EUR
m-heil or unfiirnLhed. f*r hou?*keeplng,
hot oiml oki water 111 E--t Liberty.
Dili HIM—IIiM M'-**.
FOR RENT. v’oMKORTAHLE HOUSE.
N* 217 \'* .tldbiirg street cart, between
Abe room .in l Uncoin, first-olasa ordrr
and conlltlon; every convenlen*© Right
r*nt t< right tenant E?tnte Salomon
Cohen. Weal Kr**ad gnl Bvvughlon str-M*
FOR RENT. A TWo STORY RfOßl
dence a Waters Road and Sixth afreet,
with alniut an Mere of bind, would sell or
rent C H. lor*ett.
“SEVEN Room DWELLING. nice
yard. $l r . month. I. I La Roche.
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE DWELLING
with all modern Improvement*; In g*nd
repair. 30fi Jones, *aat. Kollo* h A Ik'rav
FOR RENT,"*I7 DUFFY STREET.
i**t. at once. Applv Georga
L Gutinany. agent j; liryan street. #a?t.
!5 io:nt. -'i'i AM> . a ii'.f/i.iN
• treet, M?t. th* -** or** g*?*l houses and
I*m aibm excellent Ap|)ly t c A M 1 In
ure. 4H* Roanl of Trade Itulldtng
I tilt IIK4T-HIV I MdM.Ol H.
LARGE W A HEM* tUSK AND OFFICE
FOR RENT CORNER BROUGHTON
MKItI.Y <K-o|-|-|EI UY TIIK HAVAN
NAII <TAHHIA<<K ANI> WA'illN CO. 11.
F*H HUNT. AN t l- TO KATK HTV
1,1,. on l!<>w.ir<l Hfrcri. atnlln for four
•torara. Aildm* I’. O. It,,* 38*
“ADVKHTIBEMK.NTB HKT IN f'Al’-
ITAKH Wll.l. UK I’KINTKfi IN t’l.A.I
HII'IKI* AI/VKHTIBEMKNT CO Kim.\
FOR TWO CENTS a WORD No AD
VKRTIHKMBNT TAKEN FOH IJJW
Foil NAl.i:—RF.il. FAT%TK.
ADVEHTIHKMKNTH MKT IN CAR
IIAI.S WIKI. HI. FKINTED IN f'UH
HIKIKD ADVKHTIBKMENT CDI.IMN
<t|< TWO f'KNTM A WORD NO Ali-
VKHTIBKMKNT TAKEN FOH LJIMH
KOK HAKK. AT A (IHKAT BAROAIN!
j lot on I'urk iiv-n<W'. n.-r th* l'rk K*
Ir no lon Thlo lo| moot Im- onkl. nl c*:m
In •H'lirtd at a vrry low ,rli e, C. II
FOR BAKE. THOSE ON NINTH
atrorl. noar K*t Ilroad, hav, only l n
. im p.rli-,. <o will m,k
■nod nalghlxn-a, and nona other <n bo,
Tho trm aro very eaay, and they are
rheaper than any other In the vicinity.
C. H lioreett.
FOR HAKE. A KOT FOR TWO HIJN.
dred dollars. ey term*, on Ninth
near Ka*t lined, no city taxation. C. It
FOR'mal I ON NINTH. NEAR
Emit Ilroad. a< I ‘Jfti each; will oon ha
advanced lo 132,; when a lot haa been
paid for I can arrahga to (et a Home
bull*. C H Doraett
FOR BAKE. I.OTH ON NINTH STREET
near Kaat Ilroad; no city tun, at S3ul
each; Iwenty-flve dollara carh, nnd easy
monthly payments. H lioraelt.
RKBIDKNCKH AND RDIKDINO IXJTII
for aale all over the city. Hobart II
Tilrni, real catate dealer, No. 7 York
at reel. weal.
ADVKHTIHKMKNTS SIT IN I-AI
IT A I.S WIKI. 111-: 1-ItINTKD IN I’liAH
SIKIKD ADVERTtBKM KNT COKI’MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD N*l All-
V KItTISKMKNT TAKEN FOH KKB3
FOR * A I.K—.>!!*< El.l.ttMH A.
It when your favorite r< inxly fall,, at
hotll. added to a Kill >f honey tnakea a
aid.-mlid mixture for Infant, and chlldr. n
ItEN/.OIN RAI.M. MAKES THE HKIN
like velvet, for rale hy driiKXlet or at Hen
ry and A her corn I'eraae Drug Storea.
Whitaker arul Taylor atreeta.
FOR BAKE, ONE BEFOND-HAND W
IIOHHK ROWER ENIJINK AND HOIK
Fit IN A NO I ORDER JOHN
IIOFIIKE A HONS
FOR SAKE CHEAP. AT MARMOITB
etahle. 173 McDonough, fart. Fine ihl. -
TOUR OPPORTUNITY Tfl HAVE
money la now Th* l rt.a'k of etlvcr novel
tlea, Rimei*, eullery, rtatlonery nml a lot
of other thing* going ai bargain price*.
Gardner Ilaxaar aale, 13 Droughton atrecl,
ADVJCRT7BRMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAKS WIKI. HE PRINTED IN FIeXS
b! FIED ADVERTISEMENT FOKFMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOn laEHS
| THAN 30C. >
A*’mort BALM Tgtl BAY.
DAMAGED fil tai AT AIfTIW
IIV .1. Hc1.41 GNI.IK A ION.
On aATHIDAY. M (not., at the An
luln %eharf. feat of Abeveora, nt 11
ii'clnrk, 4.1 barrel* mnr rt*m##a
I** river wafer, ao!l for •coat ut
it nHrrorllrr* anil nil rosi rrnpA
i im ui.u-Miurj.MMiori.
IIP I PK(*U SAULS VVM f \IUiY A
| lino line of fire pr uf Ml* a In ako-'k at all
Inm ■* Tlic p**r?!ca can se> oxaelly sh**
th*y are gr ?t#i4 Our prlcen are aa law
i umr.uf t iut* r * s-ll |t with fr*Hghf e*4-
. *1 Partis? infefeetoil, w Imt wish a a*Mxt
Hi praol a l da wall Io |mfooi
ur spN-k I.ip,i . m Rroa., Lippm.ui
tdock ugsntH f**r nianufacturar*.
TUBPI’NTINi; LCk'ATTON FOR
f.ilt m * rtip* first *, sr box* ?; lXMft
rtwind limin'* uf $1 .'ft t'r .trre, I* |*nr
thousand hot* * 1 r b. ? 1 tlml?*r; pb nty
f timber t<* f t. In live tuilc* at rati*
rM*l. will give i? . i*n now or at *nd
of e* imhi Ab!r*'i II and Timber, * a>a
HPIUNGKII LD DA TRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pur® milk; try It, you
will h** ilcn?eg|
1.414 r 4MI pot Ml.
1.415 T. IN TIIK Vlt ’IN IT b *K TIK N
<!• 11r*11. one largo Mn* k houtul. with rad
i > .• and hcid. answer? f* n.im* <*f Kite.
Liberal r* wur*l If r*-turtiei to 424 li*•agn
tvr Ptieet, west II L Dl.lk*
LOST. HiIINDLL BI LL PUT X
niont i< old. iLvoird at 24 Bryan au>*t.
it t At .
STKAYKh ROM MY PARI! ABOUT
t y% a* w**k‘ ig* one Jitn**'V a*il Guinett
h* .f* • A reward tr any mfurmatlon. G.
— —" V TANARUS" ™
lit 4INI U I 14 %\CF.k.
advi mtisi mcnth t4frr in cap
IT ALA UIU MB PIUNVLD IN CLAM
SIFIFD AIVritT!BKMF\T COLUMN
t 01l TWO CRNTH A WollD NO Al>
VF.ItTISr.MKNT TAKEN Foil LKttH
T HAN IOC.
••It Mill N L.
IT WILL BW
lo youi interest lo let me give you an ©a
ttniata on your plumbing. io*w or old
work, repslr w.*rk a spe* laity aa I m
a praethal glum bar N** guess work to
wrvlangrr your Ilf* Wiggins, phona fWt,
Georgia or Bel! __________
411 m I.I.UNPOI H.
ADVKKTISFeMKNTH HKT IN CAP
ITAI S WILL Bi: PItINTLD IN CLAB
SI II D ADVI ItTMtKMK.NT tMLUMN
l ull T%VO UfCNTH A WORD NO AIJ
VERTIBKMKNT TAKFN mil LGB9
DON’T TROURLK YOUBBKLF ABOUT
inon nig your furniture, relaying your car*
jetß or msttifig perry Or Benton will re
lieve you of all that trouble
YofTN BILL WON'T l/)OK HALF A9
birg*- If we tk* y*ur re|Mrtng ai stoves,
rangt-f*, eh. we* employ experienced
j worn turn which k> beat work in half th ■
5 a Im* A C price a Cos., ‘phonaa tkd.
corner State unl J* ff rs*ai.
if AVK YoUli lIfM’HK PAINTED
with German ready mi seal paint; ent Ira
sat In fn* lion guaranteed. Adutvui Paint
~ WANTKO, ONE THOUSAND nyff*
grv p*?4>l'' at th*j flout horn Groowry t obi*
pony. 114 Barnard streot
*" WK HELL HEWER PIPE, FLUB
pipe, fire clay, fir* brick at lowest prlcoe.
Adame Paint Company. 10! Congrggg,
pERkI A. lIFJNTt IN ST \TE
street, wont, will move, pack ship or atom
your furniture -it short notice; also ren
ovate your old tnattrrawa ni little coat.
H-Il 'phone 1124
iCave yguh ice roxfji relined
n n*l l* er colls overhauled; b**er putnpa r**-
,MBlr*v| nd |Mt in cst <**ndltki. all
work gu irant* *•!; best of eitLfUrtlon; our
t laphMi*i?. <#**>rgla or flell ♦*LH. A. C.
price it c* State Htsl Jefferaon.
“Si >1(1. I II XN < >NI) HI'NDHF.D CBNTS
In every ik.lUr of your hard-rarn-d hard
ca-'h at lha Houtham Grucvfy Company,
1U Rarnard alrrrt
<;y fsini: 18 THE BEST WALL FtN
l,h made Adam* I'alnt Cos., Bxvwinab
agrnta. 10* Conrraaa. wwit.
■ E'u BANITARY plum bi no and
gua ntilnx, ring i up. Hell or Oaorgia
tax Wo maki. your IX4D amatlor xnd
your work at *h> brid. A. C. I’rloa A
Cos.. Ki ll) and J-ffriaHi atrvrla.
RBPFCB YGITR I.fVINO EXPENHFJ)
hy Invo.tlng vmir luird-oamol har>l cash
with th* Hotith*rn Orocwry Oompany. 11*
For sale at all News Stands
1.1-'.ti Al. >OTII 19.
“TTuHtiTiT pHArTTAM coV-N'Ty'^-
Whirnf, Hophle ffternshlne ha* applied to
Court of ordinary for letters <lltmtMqry
or gwatdlin of Morton M. anti Arthur 8.
Th af , theiefore. to rite orxl admon
ish nil whom It rmiy corn <-rn to b and
ap| ar before raid ■ ourt to nwki' ob}r
ilon on or Iwfore the tlrm Monday In I>-
, t V .|
v • ■ M mi: i.'ii 1. I -ml .
j onlliiary for Chatham • ounty, this tho
! >1 djy of Novanlar, l*f*>
KHANK K KEItsBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord'y, C C.
Treasury Ileparfment. Office of the Unit
ed Hi ate- Marine Hospital Service. Ha
voino'i Quarantine. Savannah, (in . Nov.
1. WO S lie.| proi’Oul!* Will le* recrlv.il
at this utile, until noon of Nov 12. IWi.
I to furnish three small lasat* for use of
S tin* Marine Hospital Service at Savannah
! (fla t quarantine ttehe.lutes and further
! Information may tie ohtalntd upon appll
-1 ealton to the undersigned. The right la
I reserved to waive Informalities and to re
ject any or all propoaala.
WII.LIAM J. I.INLET.
Acting Assistant Surgeon, M H 8 . In
Command of Savannah quarantine. Sa
"~C,KI tit'll A~ CHATHAM i'■ it'NTY
Mrs Annie E Jerkin- has applied to the
i Court of Ordinary for a twelve months'
< suftport for her -- If and minor children out
j of the (State of Joseph M Jerkins, de
, eased. Apprale" rs have made returna al
| lowing some.
These are. therefore, to cite all whom
It may concern to appear tie-fore said court
to make oh}* (ton on or before the first
Monday In November next, otherwlsa
I same will he granted.
Wit nr-*, the Honorable Hampton L,
FVrrlll. ordinary for Chatham county,
this the lith day of October. fMO.
KHANK K. KEILMACH.
Clerk ft. Ordy . C. Cos.. Oa.
Kt*KT KKBMONT. and. C„ Nov. I. ISjO—
Sealed proposals Ji triplicate will be re
j , rived here until 12 rn. Nov. 20. M#o. for
j constructing thro frame buildings. Ill
| formation furnished on application. I?.
( S reserves right to accept or reject tny
ior all bids. Envelopes containing |*ro
, iswals thould be imirk.-l Tropo-.iia for
construction.'* addressed Stanley V.
j Ktuhlck, U. U.