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Ebony and Sterling
,„ c „ Bel Pin*.
j >utton* sod
Uol l rivet
l i bust
neh cream !ee
for ereong weer.
bematlti bed effect,
Pure Linen Oollere,
•11 the new shapes
evening be le.
lon* flowing elide
floe Silk Tie.
•11 colon, tassel ea and
S. .u Stock Collars,
Colored Velvet Stock
A PRINCELY OVATION.
A Feast, with the Public as Our Guests, that will Please
Generous Provision Has Been Hade for all Tastes.
Even the poor in purse will feel rich, so low have been compressed the already minimum figures which have acted as a
clearing house certificate for the outlet of the great mass of merchandise during the past week.
There is no factor that contributes to pushing goods out of a store like low prices, providing great values are attached to them. Ours seem to have no drag weights.
The Hat the Cynosure, and the Ladies Know It. Twenty Model Bonnets "XT $7.50
31-Inch .Hatln-fn oti Cloth*. fancy atrip*
very effective alyle* 60c quality.
Old Rose, Reseda. Heliotrope, Red. Cas
tor Gray. Navy Blue and the new Biscuit
54-Inch Ladles' Cloth, all the popular
shades, extra weight end value,
Beautiful line of Imported Flannels for
Hhlrt Waists, all embroidered In dots,
iViwera and crescents. In extremely aiy
Handsome line of Tartan Plaldj for
ChildrenS Wear, brilliant shales,
A Grand Opportunity for Savannah Ladies to Dress Swell, Venetian Cloths 'VioT 51.50
Wc Are Purveyors in Clothing to the Rich and
Poor Both Get Lowest Figures.
Men - * Homrtpun, Cheviot and t'amdmsre
Hull*, light, moil HI and dark aliadra.
■trong durable material*, cobby pattern,
nod well made,
Men’s Stilt*, mad#- of Kericyi, Cassl
meres and Cheviot*. In light, medium and
dark shades, handsome plaids and checks;
very sty.ish Suita, tailored In the best of
Our popular Ten-Do Ur Suita cannot be
equalled at any clothing house f r i<>>*
than fifteen dollars, they ore made of
cither Smooth-Surface Velour- Finished
All-Wool Casslmere c>r Fancy Worsteds,
in new checks ond stripes or p:alda.
Men's Fine Silts. made of Fancy
Worsteds of the finest qualll>, In neat
gray stripes or pretty da-ik checks; strict
ly all worsted and fast col >rs. elegantly
trimmed and tailored, equal to menchant
.floy, - Suit* of flnar ma
trrtala. In medium ami dark rhaden. rn-at
■•lurks and stylish plaids, *1 # <° 1*
A New York Importer’s Stock of
Ladies' $1 and $1.25 Kid Gloves.
The #.nnon greatest bargain sensation in th* entire stock of on. of New
York’, tnorl liber.l Importers. comprising about 1 ** en of "‘t *7t. k’***Vn o"
i .( rvrt'cl doing KM Glover; 2-lu.p ami I-o i.r ho k in *•*• k '••n
--’ -..i’1n.l white all b.ive bra.de-l hark., an.l every i-.lr guaranteed ir|. .y i<- ,
■nh and perfect; l*e* H lo*. no. . pair mate *mU I- than 11,K). and mostly
KM KM Ulov.s; choice, ■—-
CARNIVAL OPENS TO-MORROW.
I I M' TWO W EK.K W OK KNTBHTII*.
'•I NT WIU, neiilli W ITH I HI !l.
(.at., will lie Thrown Open it* I
o'eloclt—The C'eremonle. to He Re
pented n* M u ln. When hliinltu
Will lie Crew n.d kee. of the
• arnltnl—One of the l.lfr Stories
"C Thin ttrnnur 1.1,11* Woinnn
Animal allow. In Wonderland nnd
'"me of Their Featttra- Her
'bant.* lioolh. Heertvlna Final
morrow afternoon al 1 o'clock the
*"' Of Ih* Elk. C.rnlv.l and Street
* * will he thrown open to Ih. public.
1 >he two .olid week* of fun that the
live promised the people of S.ivan
•d thin reel lon of the *t.t. will be
• *lll be ceremonies .tt.nding the
-of the Carnival, which will be r*-
* * inn a scale much more elaborate at
Tien the grounds will be .bias.'
* i ght. every one of the many m—
>l device, with which the ground.
* h* studded will bo In operation, fes
f electric light, will drape tb* mon
th. .hows in Wonderland will be
lr r blast, bands will b. playing and
' • i'Jeen, Chlqulta, will b erowr.ad Tit.
! ' ifrn who are lo enact th. parts of the
eourt attendants will meet at the De
' ' for a final rehearsal at • o'clock to
morrow afternoon. Thence the/, will he
jsatoannalj Morning |CVto£
plate tops gilt
conveyed in carriage, to the Carnival
grounds. Scats in the carriages will als.i
be provid'd for the children's parents,
nurse* or other escorts.
Th. director and members of Fatrman's
Concert Hand, which will furnish the
music for tile ''arnlval. reached the city
on the August t. from New York, last
niehV The band enjoys a splendid repit
tatlon wherever It has played, the director
being a musician and composer of inter
About Chlqulta. "The I.lvlng Poll" a
number or Interesting stories are told.
She H twenty-sis Inches high and Is said
to weigh but seventeen pounds. Perfectly
formed In every respect, well educated,
talented, and speaking several languages,
her dlmtnultlve proportion" hnve served
to accentuate her na'ural attractions.
They tell one story about her that is al
most too good to be true, but even as a
pi.- ■. of (letion it I* Interesting—and It l.
told for the truth. This story I- as fol
• Th# Inauguration of th# Mrui|M > in
the Island of Cuba between the Cubans
aid the Spaniards and Ih. bloodthirsti
ness of the Spanish troops, caused th*
removal of Chlqulta by her family to
mountain fastness While there she saw
her one* beautiful horn. In Yumurrl val
ley fired and burned to the ground: th.
vest fields of sugar rant, her father's
property, nil burned and destroyed, the
laboring bandt shot, wounded and mu
• The carnage of war raged so strong v
In th. neighborhood of her refuge th.t U
was with the greatest difficulty her h a
nd place was kept secret uni Invloia e
from the army Nothing but the attach
ment of th* peasantry, who worshipped
bar a* a fair/ being sent from beaver
Hair Hruan l a
Cheviot Plo ts* Suit, f u*. brown
>•! hi* k, trimming of biaclr braid, with
mixture of gilt, tuckcl drcua sleeve, cout
L.idi*s’ single breaeted Reefer Pedeatrl
cr.n* Suit, inrule of double-faced Golf
Cloth. In Oxford, gray, brown, blue, heav
I*adi*A* Hla' k pcbhl* Cheviot Venetian
•ml 1 -adtV Cloth Skirts, satin trimmed,
Rnln>-4ay Skirl* very heavy
golf cloth, nine row? stitching, special
Lxidl**’ Tailor-mad* Suit*, all wool
Venetian Satin. Serge lined caatf, n*w
flare skirts, bio ure or coat effect.
Ik>\a* Doutd*-Breasted Suita In medium
and dark shad**?, also Navy Blue. Strong
Durable Suits. Breeches with double scats
and knees; sizes 5* to 16 years,
A line of Three-Piece Suits, made of
strictly All-Wocl (‘.Mvimfre and Cheviot.
In mixtures arl plald>. very nobby and
eryiish. consisting of Cutaway Sc k Coat,
Douh ••-Hren~r d\ . t and Knee Breeches,
sizes 12 to 17 years,
Boys' Overcoats, the best values ever
off**r*l a splendid Overcoat, made of Tan
Colored Mi-Iten. velvet collar. Italian cloth
lining aid fly front, sizes S to 16 years,
A line of Men's Hats. In either Brown.
Blh k or Bight Gray, the .atest shape;
Stiff. Bo ft or the Hough fiider; good qual
ities. Upward from
A large variety in Boys’ and Children’s
Mata, such as Derby*. Alpines, Hough
lUdera. Tam O’Shanters. Merl in, Golf
and Eton caps, ail colors ar.d shade*
25c and s()c.
prevr-nt#*! her being muni* rod. On** of h#r
IjT ili> i* •! In 'iff rim of h-r *l*#. ►* -
I rue ■'ho before her #y#. whll# unoth#r
wa* *-uptur< *). fnxft for hi* r to be
trav hi* family t*fl* #h* t *iawn the
next morning In the cru*l fort re -of Mor.
"After t#n Anya of onrralment It w 1#
AeckleA th it Ho-k.ir o Con An aho 1 1*1 ak**
Chhjtilta mek# hi* may It hi her to
. J-:JW 5g'" 1 -_p—
sad freak Bus tuck.
SAVANNAH, GA„ MAHAY. NOVEMBER I. 1000.
Sterling Silver ba -lie
for men au,l women,
Mis***' Heavy Plaid Golf j*. bright
Ladles' Heavy Taffeta Silk Waists,
hemstitched and tucked, alt latest shade*,
In blues, cerise, hello, white, et.
Shaped Mink Scarf, with eight brown
Red Fox Animal Scarf,
Gray Animal S. arf.
Ladles’ All-Woe Twilled Flannel
Waists, riegar.tly tucked, new dress I
Ribbon and Art
Scrim, with all color borders, yard . lie
New and pretty ;ine of Creloni, yard 12V*c
■ Dennison's Floral tTepe Paper. full
length, reduced to 19c
i Dennison’s Impcilil Ciej>* Paper, roll 9*;
All different styles of Haftenhtrg Pat
terns In Scarf*, Tlj End , Fancy Collars,
Drapery Silk In all new shade-, yard 55c
Irish Point S arf* aid Square from
25 up to SIO.SO
lambrequin*.all colors, with knotted
fringe, from 25e up.
j Cotton Ball Fringe, yard ic
N* w Gilt Figured Metallic Silk Rib
bon. In new shades, yard . 28c
All heavy silk double faced Satin lilb
bon. 4 : j to & Inches wide, in fine p.s
tel shad*-*, regu.ar p: l e 40. and 60r,
Fancy Ribbon, In a 1 the latest sfrlprs.
3 to 3'j Inches wide, all silk, regular
price 25c 150
Bln. k and *te | headed Chatelaines.
different sis*-, all the fid |1 tt
Fine I ,'i dp s' pocket books In all col
ors. new shape*, plain and sterling
sl ver, decorated corners and edge* shc
BROUGHTON fir BULL STS,
•ea! letter opener
Big Selection of fancy Wings and Birds at
Black Ostrich Plumes 25c
Colored and Black Walking Hats, French Felt...-39c
Children’s Trimmed School Ilats 48c
SPECIAL LINE LADIES’ TRIMMED HATS,
Children's Trimmed Hats $3.00
.Violets, large bunches 19c
Handsome Line of Feather Boas.
Domestics and Linens.
1 cs- fast color Drew* Prints... \
list pieces best grade Api on . Value
Ginghams . ) 3 3-4
200 places *Mnch Per a e* N Ct
81 in j* on K 8..n s best Mourn- ■
in* Prims ..I u
Yardwlda .Boft Finished Bleach- ifllUti.
e.l Whirling f
Outlrg Flannels, fleeced on 1 jCp
Heavy weight Outing Flantub \ If)*
Dress Plaids f ,UU
Yardwide Fruit of Hhirt- i
k J BJ3
M ptarmi 42-tn'-h IVpprrfl Pillow Ca
in* ... . ••
80 piece • 46-Inch Pepperel Pillow Fus
80 pieces 84-Inch Pepperel pillow bas
fe> pieces m yard wide pe;.|.er 1
mi u hing. lie Sites '
M-Inch Turkey Bed Damnek .... . 2fsC
54-inch Bleached Ihimak ", value
54- Inch Fan* > < *olor*d Damask | 20c
64-In all-Ili en Damask, full bl *< ..| >*■
M*-mch exifa heavy half-bleached Da
niHhk . 60
> r H ail-llnen Tab'e Nnpklns. good value
at sl, Monday, dozen 75e
8-4 til lIiMM! Napkin Ml tin finish, a
chance to buy $1 50 Napkins Monday II .90
N* v York. He wm provided with auffl*
* lent m*ney nnt *Mrtt ( hui n- o *.#
I nl#* on#, mu*!. M#4lliitf m#ttlt.j|ly tonn
the country for four <Uyi with little to
'•nr or drink, they found nn American
tl'inior whl'h had Juat landed a argo
of arm# for th# lnfurir#ntii In nn Inlet
An appeal to th** c.iptnln for prot#‘*Mon
nnt < onveynnee to Am#rlrn w;i r#dlly
granted. A few hour liter. In th# deii
Salve Jar. Sterling
Silver lop* Nall Pol
labors Paper Cutter*,
of night, the steamer left, and after •
1 iath-r ioim> ,#u .-h# . ,diii>u **.ita
aafe In Tampa lay/*
Kver tlnre th# World’# Fair trained wild
animal exhibit lona, under the direction
and management of Mr. Frink C Hoa
tork. known a* "the animal king." have
aatounded people u> ih#lr d**mon#trat on#
of th# |mtv# r of th* htirrvm ma:#r mind
over th* brute creation.
There will lw two of th#ae #how# on the
Midway at the Carnival, both of whl h
arc cald to Ih* merltorlotjs. Amotiff the
thrlllitMT ad# to he seen are Fol Kr 1
Wooda, who enter* th** rax# with Wal
lace, th# "untamable lion"—a ferocious
brut# which ha# already killed a#v#n
trsilnem and attendant#. Frof Steve I>aw
ren-•. with a maxmfi ent xroup of per
form.f*x Afrlran Hon-*, c’apt He I ford with
hi# performing hear, Madame UOma and
her troup# of performing Ilona. Madam#
[.awrenee and h#r edu a*e*i pumaii. Prof.
Hr!*** and hi# marvel** i#*y e*luexted box-
Inx kanxaroo. Madam* Dorinna and h#r
hear P ’hool. Hen-r Jo** Itarrla, with a I
group of perform n* hob#; ll* rr t’anox.
and aoven Wood-rhlrty leopard?, and a
ho#t of <xher wonderful an ni *1 act < The
,v given In the end
ateei barred arena. They blend into on#
mairntfWnt picture of rar#t worth and
The Australian Wild Girl Is featured
among the attrartlon# of the carnival.
She has about half the Inchs# end four
time* tha atrength of tha ordinary woman, *
and ia altogether a stranga llitia creature.
On Tuesday night tha returns from tha
election tn ail the states will be received
at the ’ carnival grounds and thrown on
a screen, with the aid of a stereoptleon
Wirea have been run into the ground# and .
full arrangements for the f * n - I
•taivtaneoua display of tha return* bava
Men a Mustache
Sterling Silvet back*.
Marling MI v*r
C.lovw Hook laCttrr
Opener ► r*Mr,
Ladies' flml.lde Hose. In p ain, Blche
lleti ribbed and fancy lace oprnw-rk. in
Morocco, n* w bluets, grays and bl • k. also
ihe new tom- shade* in Fieur-de-Ids, bow.
. kiot*, j— dk i d*>ts and stripe*, tho tery
ljidl.s* 11. nvr Itlbbrd Hlark Colton
||o, warrant'd (ml and stainless, apo
Indies' Fancv Hurling Silver and long
peat! Handle Silk Umbrellas, -a* el rod.
tegular price 14.89,
I’mbrelias reo\rd with fine and g***l
quality covers, fiom
Gents' Fait Black 24-Inoh Umbrellas.
steel rods, | suui
All the newest oolorln** in sliesln dr-*
A full line ol M-rrerl*ed Baleen I,lnin*
I.ustrn - and Hpun (l*as, yard ffie
Beautiful Velvets, Persian Effects.
Hannc Velvets, in Polka Dots and Persian effects,
. desirable for separate waists or triminin"-
$1.75 to $2.00
••n .omi*i u. When election returns
#*• n*t forth ommic. picture# of eventa
of recent lntereet. that have happened
througuous the work!, at 1 be h.'pla>#l on
Workmen n*r# #*ili ennoK'd In putting
jinin.*- *’. *v t
ROIWRU, H. FAinMAB
t tr.rior of K.lriu.ii'. tunc rt Rand.
flm.hlng ttAiche. lo many of the booth,
provide") for th. merchant,' display, at •
. late hour last night. During the morn- j
Ing of to-morrow th. eshlblt. will be In
stalled, am) by night the display. yvlU ba
Da by Rattles,
Sterling Stiver bells
various styles. wCrth
|l '-•S Each
New Autumn Silks.
Ali-Htlk Twff' ta*. firm w*nv*-?. In the
lat' *t rnlofiug". In hiding < t 11 •*••. I*t\
endt r. Pearl Gr.iv. Blurt. PurpU\ Pink.
Turquoise Blue, Jtiowrn, Ivory White, etc.,
7. quality fur
Fancy Taffeta* and Libert) Satina. In
roi ded. crinkled and effect*, aultal.de
for arpar.ii* wutata, 15c quality for
Black Fean da Hole, absolutely pure
silk, r 00 quality. for
Black Peau de Hole, reversible, e hoau
tlfnl eoft quality and luetet flnl-h, worth
Black Satin Bitches**, warranted pur.
silk. II flu quality, for
English Carduroy*. suitable for Welsle,
ZT Inches wide,
Supreme Values in Shoes.
A GRAND OPPOBTI’NITY IN It ELI
Men's Tan, Vint and Calf Bale, hand
sewed welts. $3 50 4ii'l sl**i quality, all the
newest shapes, this eale
Itoya - Br.allali Writs, Calf Bala., SH o
Youth’s English Welts, Calf Bala, 12
The best shoe* on earth for the price
Every |wii guaranteed
Children’s ar.d Ml sees Genuine I*>ngn!,i
Kid. Spring heel buttons, so. id through
out, SI.J& quality. kG io 2, nt
Woman's Hand x.nrd Kid Hutlnns and
I.a' -d. tan and b n k, |J., |3 M anil M UO
rocmlji, i.l l, and rmis, at
Women’s Turkish Hlljqw rs. In tan. bla- k
nrul red, nnd mI -> bourns tfllppcra. at
Woman - . Pa.em lanthar <*loh Tap
Ural, mannlab ,ha|M-, n- w and nobb>, u
■J" 1 • ' " if* Many of tn* iiooth. wl
"• very li in levmely and aitr naively dac
THKV HB R IULt I I'tKT.
home I’eoplr 1.0. e Their "terse Whets
I affronted hr llniicer.
From the t'ltn Inn.tl Enquirer.
"f rrmrmlM-r once herring of n frlfw
wlio. coming unlnjiir* -1 out of a rail war
ar. k. W'jrked like • demon to aH-lsf |i|.
lean frnunate fellow passenger.," said a
railway oltl. ,al. '".VII the time he waa at
work, however, he held one hand to hi.
collar, and. *h*n It * over, one of hi.
companion* dl*covere.| that he was hold
ing Mght lo hi* nerkll-. which he had
been Ih the act of lying when the colltelon
"Pec pic act very queerly when they ar.,
or llilnk they are. In danger.
"I know a young g rl who had leimod
to iwlm quit.- w'l >tud one day he tried
to swim across *a river. The.# w*r
plenty of people about and the diatanoa
wan not great, but when she was half way
across Kutmone called out: ' H..w deep l.
It?" She let hor foot down and. of co*.ir*,
found wlto won out of her depth Instant:/
she lost her nerve and sank. She came up
one*, tiled to icrtun but th* water
choked her, and down ahe went again.
"A man. reuligmg that something was
wrong Jumped In. c)*>the and all. and
pulled her out. He was non. too soon, for
she was urn n. tiuw when he pulled her
up. It wan the sheer fright *>f knowing
that she was out o! her death that caued
II all. an otherwise there wasn't the siigM*
PAGES 13 TO 21.
10 pie. es deooraied
worth |i 00,
No 7 Oval
Tin Pl* plates,
( ottag* s*:a,
Worth II 90
Four row bristle
I’at ker’a Tar
Gat Meal So|
l.i on sand Colgate a