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.JOHNSTONE CASE DISMISSED.
MjlI.VriFF ABANDONED IT* Ft N
THFH FBOUF.rI TIOH.
Order Foard by Jnilr FVrrIH In Ifcr
(flari of Ordinary Plaintiff
f Inina*'.! In Hr tlar lion of Mra. Mary
M. Tnllnfrrro nod Hod Filed Too
Knit* Against llrr I'xeentor nod
Trolrr Case In tl.r Superior
I oarl Wrnf off on n 11. mnrrer nnd
the rinlnftff Has Abandoned the
Other—So I aldenee Han Hera In
t ro.l need lo Establish Ilia 4>n
The ctM of Florence Barclay Johnmore
■calm■ C C. Taliaferro, executor of the
will of Mary M Taliaferro, that hu been
pending for more than three yeti it In the
Court of Ordinary wan dismissed yester
day by Judge FtffSl.
The order dismissing the null recites
' It api tea ring lo the court that the plain
tiff hae abandoned hie cate, It la orderel
and edj elged that the eald none le hence
dlsml seal Thla la the bare ataunieni of
the fart; behind It lts a atory of thrllili I
and sensational Interest
Three year# ago two edit were file!
agelnat Mr. Taliaferro, one in the Super
ior Court. In whlcrh he wna aued as the
truater under the will of Ida dead wife,
and one In the Court of Ordinary, In
which he was sought to b* compelled to
offer for probate In * detnn form the will
of Mr* Taliaferro, *o that the plaintiff.
Florence Itur lay Johnstone, might fie
hie caveat thereto. The plaint ff. tli#
aam* In bolli -ase", claimed to ha the
Illegitimate non of Mrs. Taliaferro, and
hi* claim lo a slides of the tel*!# whch
atie left ai her death waa baaed o . la.a
The plaintiff haa been represented by
Meeer* Mercer A Mercer. Burton
Smith an! A C. Wright, and ihe defend
ant by Maura. Haueay A Sauaey, and
dußlgmOft A biepheita.
The caae In the Superior Court went off
ou a gen* ral demurrer, filed by ouneel
for the defendant, to the petition. The
point of that caae turned upon a claune In
the will of Mr* Mary Maiahall. who had
adopted the mother of Mra. Taliaferro
Thla clause provided that the property of
Mrs Marshall should go to the children
of Mre Taliaferro. It waa contended In
the demurrer, that admitting, for Ihe
wake of the argument, the truth of the
plaintiff's contention of fact, he yet was
no 1 , entliled to Inherit under the will, as
It oould not l>e construed to main Ille
This demurrer waa filed by Ihe attor
neys for the defended because they knew
that the earns question of fact would l<e
presented for determination In Ihe case
pending In the Court of Ordinary. The
caae waa carried, on Ihe question raised
by the demurrer, to the Supreme Court,
which tribunal decided that the point
made by the defendant waa well taken.
In both cases a large amount of testi
mony haa been submitted on behalf of the
defendant, all of which goes to show Ihe
untruth of the allegations made by the
plaintiff On the other hand, no evidence
has ever been introduced to show that
hha contentions were matters of fan
Other than tbe allegations In his petition
there Is not In the record of either case
The evidence Introduced by the le
ferulant waa to lha effect that the boy
waa the eon of parents who died In Mem
phla. Within a few weeks of each other,
during the yellow fever epidemic that p*e
vailed there In the summer of MRS. It ap
peared that ihe woman who had nursed
the father and mother of the baby hoy
had written to Mrs. Taliaferro, then Miss
Mary Barclay, end had asked her to
adopt Ihe child Miss liar* .ay was a wo
man of very large means and of known
benevolent proclivities. At the time she
adopted this boy she was supporting a
little Japanese, In Japan The defendant *
don ten lions as to the paternity of the boy
have been borne nut by all the evlden.jf
that has been Introduced during the sev
eral trials of the cess.
The cats that Judge Ferrtll has dis
missed was based on the allegation. Itself
resting on the claim that Johnstone was
the son of Mrs. Taliaferro, that undue
Influence had been exerted In the mailer
of her will and that It did not express her
real wishes us to the disposition of her
property. Tla estate Is estimated to be
It la evident that young Johnatone has
totally abandoned any contention h<-
might once have made. When lest heard
from he was m the Fhlllpplnes and his
own counsel have not hrard from him
for more than a year. The conclusions
stated In the declelon of Judge Ferrtll
express a self-evident fact. It Is a matter
of general public congratulation that th.
ram* and good fame of a dead woman
baa thus been freed of reproach.
UPHIMXATRD A POMLTHAK.
Mr. F. N. (arlnrliihl Has an Ea
roulrr W Itli a W ould Hr Bobber.
An ateempt at highway robhrry was
mad>- night before left on Mr. E. N
Cartwright white that gentleman waa or.
the way to the Central depot. Mr Cart
wright gald yesterday that the attempt
waa made a few minute* before 7 o'clock
at Jefferson etreei and Oglethorpe ave
nue. He had Just come from Schaffer'a
bakery when he waa caught by the arm
by a white man, who told him lo consider
himself under arrest and to come whh
Mr. Cartwright was naturally aurprlsel
and demanded to know who his arrestor
was He was told that his captor was a
policeman. Mr Cartwright told him to
wall unell he had deposited his packages,
of which he had an armful, and then he
would see what was wanted of him. He
returned to the bakery, and leaving his
belongings there, name out. only lo find
the man was still nailing tor him. He ap
proached and again taking ehe gentleman
by the arm demanded lhai he come along,
but Mr. Cartwright had by this
time made up his mind that the
man was sn impostor, so Instead of
"coming along" he gave hi* would-be cap
tor a blow on the head that seta him In
a heap on the sidewalk, and then he gav.
him a good thrashing Into the bargain
There was no policeman In the vicinity
and as M' Cartwright had only short
time in which lo catch his car he did not
atay lo aee lhal the man was arrested,
which he say a he otherwise would have
done He get hi* package and started for
the depot, leaving his would-be arrestor
seated on the edge of the gutter As he
walk'd away he said h# noticed another
ran coming across the sireet, and he
thinks that he was probably a pal of the
Mr Cartwright says the man that at
tn ked him waa of medium high! and com
paratlvely well dressed He had good
look at hi* face, ami Is sure that he
could Identify him If he sees him again
The man’s Id. a In Impersonating a po
liceman was probably lo get Mr. Cart
wright 'o .. dark si>ot where he and his
pal could rob him without being de
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BtTr.REI) llla MAJORITY.
Muster Joe M. Ilyck Then Entertain
ed Forty l.lttle Frlenda.
Master Joo Uyek, eon of Mr and Mrs.
M B. Hyck, received hi* degree of Bar
Ml'srah. or the celebration of his "Be.
Ilgloue Majority," at the Temple Mtrkr.i
Israel yesterday morning The young
candidate acquitted himself finely, offering
up a beautiful prayer and reading a por
tion ut the Law lu Hebrew, Before the
conclusion of the services, the pastor,
Rev. Dr I H. Meades, in elo-ment terms,
conns- led him with goon words
In ih* evening fn-m 6 to 30 o'clock.
Master Joe entertained about forty of hla
Intimate friends with e flnaf collation,
whlrh tvas greatly enjoyed at hit horn*.
No 230 Hamnett street, wrest A flash
light picture of the little folks was made
aa they eat a; the table
CllllilMln IIF SAVANNAH.
A Shy but In terra 11 iib f la** With
Peculiar t natuttie. bur flood Traits.
While Havannah numbers many Chin <-
mrn among It* resident* pro ably |re* la
known of tin Ir every day life than of
eny other class of foreign-ra In the rliy.
But If there i little known of It It la not
l-eoauae if Is not Interesting for Ih-Te 1*
few If any of the foreign people here that
present roMotns and manners so var.od
, and unusual
The ecneral Impression of the Chinaman
by those who do not know him or wha
have gathered such all-gel knowiedca
front eermd hand, and often qu-' tlonat-1 ,
.our —a la that hf ta a washes waa .ee all
da) long and that bla nights when i.ot
taken up In a continual! - <f me day's
occupation, ere si**nt in hitting th* f tp*.
. playing fan tan, or both Wnlle ihs
ua true in a measure of some, and w o y
of other. It -Joes an Injustice to the claa.
as a whole
The m<aa peculiar characteristic of th*
Chinaman, if one may Judge by those In
Havannah. I* his ehyncaa of i-tranger* and
great nature! reaerva In dealing with any
body not well known lo him. but let this
reeer. b- but once overcome and he will
be found an Interesting ooject of aau.l)
Fl is remarkably grateful for favor*
and trifling klndnes-e*. too. aa may be
seen by an incident that reivntly happen
ed to a young boy here. He took some
linen to on-- of the laundries and found
aha proprlator suffering great pain from
a e- aided fool, lie suggested that lime
water and iir.aeed oil would be an excel
lent remedy for the Injury, and himself
went for the mixture From applications
of this remedy the fool rapidly g-a well,
and the Chinaman never forgot the af
fair. but regularly on holiday*, whether
thua of thla country or of hla native land
remember* with prraents hi* young bene
factor. a I lie handkerchief*. Itch! nuts ta.
imported by Chinese firm*, earred Illy
bulla, supposed to be replete with prom
ises of happlr**a to those for whom they
grow, and other thing*, are among the
present* that have h*n made
Chinese fo-d haa long l-een a subject
of Interest on account of what people
term Its outlan-llshnees, and that much of
It warrants the application of thla term
cannot 1— denied The appetites and
taste* of Havannah’* Chinese |ropulatlon
ere ralher limited a* far as the dishes of
their native land Is concerned on account
of the difficulty of Importing the materials
yet one or two of th* dishes are obtaln
■bte, but Ihe demand for them I* not
great, aa can be seen by the experience
of a gentleman of Havannah who had
been advleed to try the common
est and best known of them, chop auey.
Chop ettey, the name Is redolent of China
town, and the dish of other things aa he
said after hla first trial of It. Ha had been
told to try the stuff by a friend who pose-1
ns a connoisseur In rare dishes, so fol
lowing thla advice, he went to a Chinese
restaurant, and ordered the diait- He waa
told that It could not be made on such
short notice, but that If he would -all
the next <l.l y the real thing would be
rerv-d to him. To (wraphrase Caesar, h'
went, he saw, and was conquered; that
Is to say hla violent deelre for any more
< f the native dlshee of the children of the
-l.stlal kingdom was conquered. ThJ
gentleman's description of chop *uey,
what K looked like, what It smelled like,
nnd what It probably contained would not
look well In print He paid the bill for
hi* chop suey. 11.2!* anti ate —ham and
Still a liking for Chlneae diehe* I*, aft
er all. only a taste, one that can be very
easily acquired, and seem, when got, to
he lasting This Is Illustrated by a visit
to the Chinese quarter of New York or
any large seaport, where men who have
been to the Orient long enough to ac
quire thle taste may tie aeen by prefer
ence In the Chinese restaurants, eating
th* well-known chop auey, aa well aa
many other strange coneoetlons whowe
queer look and smell generally stalls the
I'HOt ECDIMIS UltklMl.D.
street Itnllsenv fVimpnny Bellnqnlsh
rd Effort to Condemn land*.
The Injunction peoceedir.es Instituted by-
Henry Ambos against tha Savannah
Thunderbolt and Isla of Hope Railway
were dissolved and dismlaeed In the Su
perior Court yesterday. The defendant
had sought to condemn, for the use of
its tracks, certain property belonging to
the plaintiff and Ihe Utter hod had the
.condemnation proceedings enjoined.
The order passed by Judge Falltgant
tvs* by consent. It recites that the con
demnation proceedings have been with
drawn and that the street railway com
pany consents to pay the full costs of
Ce Injunction proceedings This Is with
out prejudice lo the defendant's legal
right to Institute condemnation proceed
ing*. Involving Ihe same trad of land, al
any time In the future.
ASKS FOR TOTAL DIVORCE.
Plain tiff Sara His Wife Deecrted Hint
Thirteen Iran Ago.
Benjamin Harris hied suit for a tots’,
divorce against Annette Hants In Jhe Su
perior Court yesterday. It Is set out In
the petition that the parlies were mar
ried In I*B4 and that in IW7 the defendant
deserted the plaintiff,
II Is further charged that this desertion
was not Induc'd by any action on the pari
of ihe plaintiff, but Hint, on Ihe contrary.
It wan absolutely causeless and unpro
voked It has been continuous ever since.
The plaintiff asks thst the divorce grant
ed be total. He uvera that there is no
properly belonging either 10 Ihe plaintiff
or Ihe defendant.
There will be a meeting of the King s
Daughters Un on to-morrow afternoon at
t o'clock In the Sunday School room of
the Independent Pr>*hytorian Church,
The Savannah Dancing Academy, of
which Mr. John 8. Banks Is the director,
will give a grand soiree on Tuesday
night of this week at Masonic Hall The
affairs are always enjoyable, and It Is
probable that many young people will he
in attendance, ltosenfcld's Orchestra will
furnish the musle.
John Moody, tne maimed eatored boot
black, who nag such sn insatiable crav
ing for drink, and so obstreperous a dis
position when under Its Influence, that
tie baa become well known So the police,
was sent lo the barrecks last night bt
I’otrolman Hicks, who entered the usual
charge of drunkenness and disorder.}- con
duct against him.
The Reddick-A lams Dancing Aeadenn
will give another soiree at the Catholl
Library Hall Friday evening. Nov Iff The
success of this academy lias been title to
the management's exertions to ntske it s
pcasure gathering The Innovation of It.
vltatlons Is atffireeiated by those utter,l
Ing There Is no doubt that the sue-es
of this academy will be permanent Ha
kin's orchestra has been engaged for th
entire season There will probably be a
large an attendance ns at the previous
aolree* and dances, and a pleasant even
ing will fee spent by these attending
—Secretary of Bias.- John Hay has con
tributed *IBO to Ihe fund for enlarging Ihe
New Hampahtra Historical Socle tv a bulkl
itig ai Coucord, N. U,
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1900.
Th*r t noth.;.* which will makt
your room more omforiabk* ihee
cool day* than oce of our Btirler
Meal Oil Healer*. We hava other*.
It miff hr be rreii for you to bear
In mind the fact that me are the
leaden* in al. the pretty things for
THOS. WEST & CO-,
No. II Broughton St., W.
DRCIIINU I F TIIK DOLLS.
Members of Froebel Circle Prepar
ing for I lu-lr Show.
The members of Froebel Circle of Rinat's
Daughters arn busily employed In mo
menta that otherwise might be leisure In
dressing dolls that are to be displayed for
•ais tn the show that le to be given early
In December for tha benefit of the *pror
children of tha city, l-ast year Froebel
Circle gave a very successful dolt show,
but It Is expected that the one this year
will be an even greater success, aa there
will be more nicely dressed dolls offared
for sale The proce*da of th* show will
lot devoted to the poor children’* Christ
It 1* the hope of th* memb*ra of the
circle that those who desire to purchase
dolls ns Christmas presents for little
once wilt first pay tha doll snow a visit,
as It Is believed the assortment displayed
there wilt be so vnrled that ail may be
easily suited. Home of Ih# dolls upon
which the ladle* are engaged will be very
liaiMtsome when completed.
A feature of the show will be the dolls
entered by their little owners. Th* chil
dren will pay an entrance fee of 10 cents
for thalr dolls, which will be divided Into
classes, Prlxe* will be offered for the beat
doll In the several classes.
Just where the doll show Is to be given
has not yet been decided. The ladles are
looking out for a place*, and one of the
hnlb- may be used. So many dolls ore
needed to make a suitable show In a large
hall, however, (hat It la more probable
that some smaler room may be found.
I) ABUJA IV Alt THU VICTOR.
Vlattlng Team ol Golfers Beat Savan
nah by Tea Holes.
The Darien team defeated the Havannah
Golf Club * :cam ba-Hv In the match game
yesterday afternoon, winning by ten holes
A large crowd of golf enthusiasts were
out to witness the playing, and Ihe gal
lery was enlhualasalc, applauding good
play's ns the contestante were followed
over the course Darien sent up Messrs.
It D. Fox J D Clarke. MacD. Dun
wood)-. It W. Grubb and L M. Smith
to lend their moral suptiort to her players.
In Ihe score following the players, arc
placed opposite their opponents:
A. H. Manikgt ... 1 Noble Hardee ......0
It. D Wylly 0 C. W. Sausey 0
R. Mam-on 10; Henry Blun, Jr. . . 0
John Manson .... 4 IV. L. Johnson ... a
T A. Stubbs 0 Htelii Bryan S
Toal .. ..li Total 5
It Is probable that there will be more
match games during the season between
Havannah and Darien The Savannah
players will not he content to have the
matter rcat aa It la. but will challenge
Darien tn the hope of turning the tables
"LADIES WEEK' i'REK OF
charge anew pin will be put In your
brooch, on the presentation of this adv
cut It out and bring II lo Fegeaa, 2R Ea<t
Broughton, hair. Jewelry and sharing
supply house. The place par ogee,lance
for repairing watches, clock*, spe'tacles
and Jewelry; engraving and. nr while y>u
wait, cash given for old g Id ad silver;
special demand this week to make bange-.
Y’OULL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET
seats for the gnat Smith-Judge tight at
the theater Wednesday night, Nov. 14
Box office open to-morrow.
THE FURNITURE EXCHANGE 11*
Barnard street, buys and aella all kinds
of second-hand furniture for cash.
OIL hEaTKRB. OOb~ H EATER,
cool hasten, cook stoves and ranges. Re
liable goods C. r. Miller, ageni.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS!
IS YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE-PROOF’
Sltffel A Freeman have a standing offer
of $1.0(10 for every eafe of their make that
does not preserve Its contents One safe
was in burning debris 111 hours. Wbeit
taken one. the hose had lo be turned on
It. When opened, not e page was discol
ored. not s record lost, not n dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy i
Stiff el A Free ms n *afe. C. P. Miller,
HOT SPRINGS AT HOME ROBIN
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WILL POSITIVELY CURE RHEUMA
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AT LIVINGSTON S PHARMACIES AND
LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR A CABI
NET OR GET A CIRCULAR
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfleld Dairy; It’* rich and pure; try
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED, MAT
tre**es renovated. Antique furniture re
polished, furniture packed snd shipped tn
best manner Send me your orders. C
P Miller, agent.
OELBCHTO NURSERY. OPPOSITE
C.itholc Cemetery. hrysanlhemuma
imi-lls Jsponlcaa are-arca* palms flow
and floral design- le-ive yot)^order*
i ltd J. Gardner, agent. 13 Broughton,
HAVE YOUP. HORSES SHOD AND
typed by J U Furlong.
TELEGRAPHV—JOIN THE EVENING
lass In telegraphy now forming at Ry
an’s Biislnc** CVLcge, Provident build
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing" let us put It In shape; *i per
juemh. Sterling Pressing Club, D York, w.
PK It SO* AB
IT* COMING < IIRISTMAB. AND IF
you have an Idea in presents, go to Wllena
ky e and It arlil matertallie Into a gold
or sliver watch, breatttpln, and a ring for
your heal girl; you wl.l aura to be suited
and It will not forr* a postponement for
the wants of friend* lo go to housekeep
ing, you'll hava some <eft. see him. corner
Brougnaon and Barnard.
"the HAVANNAH DISTRICT" MFJS
senger and Delivery Company la prepared
m put pianos or safes in the upper floors
of buildings without going up tha stair,
at reasonable price; telephone 1.
ORDER JEBBICO COAL FOR TOUR
gratee A, H Cohen, telephone M
SPECIAL AN T’NBIMITED SUPPLY
of new willow rockers; ladies slxe. at 32
J W. Teeple.
BET I S MAKE - YOU A PRICE ON
cleaning your carpet Pari Men Carpet
Cleaners Telephone 4143
EVERYTHING YOU WROTE IN MY
life reading live years sgo hae come true "
Mrs M W. Wright. 1-odl O.; everyone
satisfied; past and future truly rev*aied,
trial reading. 10c, give date of birth B.
Thomson. Kansas City, Mo.
GET YOUR CANDY AT HETTbK-
Irh a. 110 Htate. west, opposite old i-oet
offlce It la positively pure Fine candy,
ldc pound box Home-made candy. 10c
pound box Cry*tal;ed fruit. 4!* pound
box. Cherrlea nd <<rystal!*ed ginger Try
hla cheap Gibraltar candy. 10c pound.
FOR FURNITURE AND PlANO
parklng, moving or storage, call up tele
phone 2, either line, or call on the Ha
vannah District Messenger aid Delivery
Company; all kinds of drayage done on
MORPHINE AND OPIUM DRUG
habits cured at home; week's treatment
free. Painless ami permanent. Write In
confidence or coll personally The Tack
a-Poueha Treatment Cos., 121 H W. Forty
second street. New York.
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lustrated book, which fully explains all
the hidden mysteries of Personal Magnet
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It's free Address New Y'ork Institute of
Science. Dept 141 B . Rochester. N. Y
I AM NOW BOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton; ring up 11*6 If you want to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage I guarantee prices
the same as I do the work that’s given
to me A H. Orim... 414 Broughton street,
west; matlrresea mid# to order
BADIES. IT WIBB PAY YOU TO
call and see my line of fall and winter
millinery; hats trimmed for 250; ha’s
renovated; feathers dyed and curled. Miss
C. D. Kenner. 117 York, west.
DEAFNESS CURED OR NO PAY. C.
H. Rowan. Milwaukee. YVta.
W E CLEAN CARPETS EITHER BY
whipping out the duet and dirt or by
scrubbing Call up telephone J. Savan
nah District Messenger and Delivery
IF ITS RUGS Y->E WANT TOf CAN
get them cheaper from McUUlts.
NOTHING BETTER MINED THAN
Jelllco cool for grate Area. A S. Cohen,
WANTED. FIVE TO TEN COLORED
families lo shuck oysters In Carolina Ap
ply Monday steamer Viclorlne, nsirket
MILLER’S STOVE* AND RA ng EB
give satisfaction. The Magnetic, Econo
mise. Waldorf. King, and other good
make* at reasonable prices. 207 Brough
K ENBI NOTojT" FARM-MlLlTYs'"UN
surpassed for richness; delivery Is per
fict; phone. 234 K
no W XSs®f form w int ii
clothing" let u* pul It tn shape. II per
month. Sterling Pressing Club. IS Y'ork, w.
SEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS
office tables, office matting, office shade*
OT Broughton, west.
WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLTS SIXTY-
Inch 99-eent rust, you will buy them.
Just can’t help It; will sell In any quan
SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
rangea for sale by J. W Tee pie. also
agent for Insurance gasoltna stove.
THE~SAVANNAH DISTRICT MES
senger and Delivery Company has the
only regularly licensed storage warehouse
protected by burglar alarm, for the stor
age of furniture. In the city; all kinds of
drayage solicited; telephone 2.
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE."
Is a specialty with McGIIII*.
MILLER'S NEW STYLES IN CAR
pets. mattings. Unolaum*. window shades,
etc. All work .lone in flrst-class style. 207
FI.bRAI7~ DESIGNS, BULB®! HTA
--.nths. nsrclsstts, palms, cut flowers from
Oeischlg's nursery, opposite Catholic Cem
etery. Leave orders with J. Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton, east.
MGI LLIS' LACE CURTAINS” WILL
beautify your parlor.
M GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS
lace curtains, hammocks, water coolers
pillows, pictures, stove*, bedroom suits,
snd furniture of every description.
II 48 HUTS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last. Large a-eortment of
lockers, divans snd easy chairs. C. P.
'DON'T WEAR READY M \ I -7'
clothe* when you can get a suit made to
order from *ls up; elegant pant# *t. at A
Gel*, the Tailor, at Jefferson and State;
also cleaning and dyeing.
THE 111 MAN RACE - AND _ THE
horse race are closely associated in one
particular, they both require welt lilting
shoes to enable them to give the best re
sults ! guarantee the fit of the horse’s
shoee. you should do the rest. Monahan,
the horse *ho*r and fitter. Jefferson street
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing’ let us. put It In shape; *: p-r
month. Sterling Pressing Club, 19 York, w
CASH REGISTERS REPAIRED AND
rtplated. rasors and safety rasor*. con
caved and hollow ground, and cutlery of
all kind*, straight edge. sharpened,
honed and tempered. Raxors and corn
knlvew made a* ordered. Handles put on
rasors and rasor strop*, beta for putting
• harp edges on rasor*. Orders sent
through postoffle* general delivery. Put
your addr-** and name on orders and 1
will call and see you, or leave orders at
general repair shop of J. F. M-’Aullffe,
No 49 Drajlon street. Robert McDon
ough. Savannah, Ga.
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In iha country, free from city
drainage Impossible for ml k to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk, phone 2345. De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
M’OILLIS MOVES PACKS SHIPS
end store* pianoe and furniture; beat work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no Cheap.
GOLD FISH AND FOOD. WATER
grass, bone flour, 20-pound bag 60 cents
J Gardner, agent, for the present at 12
lino FOR woven wire cots
while they last. C ?. Miller, agent
*2 58 FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they last. Big assortment, ell grades of
art squares, rugs, mote, portieres. C. P.
MTHLUB SEIX* SIXTY-INCH RUGS
-flmvrns patterns—for 99 <-ent.
ADVBRTISBMENTB SET in CAP
ITAL!* WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
3IFIKD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKL.N FUR LESS
DR MeGEHEE VISITS ANY PART
city; II cath; ofll*a treatment. IS per
month. madlclne furnished Cosmopo.ttan
Dispensary Blberty and Uncoil! streets;
LADIES’ CHICHESTER H ENGBIHH
Pennytoyal Pills are the lost Safe, re
liable Take no other Herd 4<- at <mpe
for particular* ’’Relief for Lodi, a ’ In
l letter by return mall Aek your druggist.
, Chichester Chemical Cos. Philado Pa.
I HAVE FOUND A Pf-fIITrVE CURE
for drunkenness; can t-e given *,cr*il>’
w!l! g'aulv till you a-tat It la; don't aend
money Mr* May Hawkins. I-o k Box
B H 111. Grand Itapl-la, Mich.
CANCER CURED AT HOME BY IV
ternal trtatment, no knife piaster or pain
B-k end teetlmonlals mathd free Can
cer Institute, 121 W. Forty-second street,
N- w York
M< RPHIN'E. OPIUM LAUDANUM
cocaine habit myself cured, will Inform
you of harmiase. permanent home cure.
Mrs Baldwin. Bo* 1212. Chicago.
HOW ARE YOUR FEET’ IF YOUR
feet are troubling you. call on m* and I
will give you r*IW, I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all diseases of Ihe feat
without pain, charge* reasonable, can
give the beat references In th* city; (•-
tlenta treated at residences; orders call
be left at Livingston’s drug store. Bull
and Congress streets: telephone 291 Lem
Davis, surgeon chlrcrodlst
HELP n th TED—MALE.
wanted, two fihst-cbash coat
and trouser makers Apply G. Fontlnl, No
41 Bull street.
PAPER-HANGER - AND PAINTER
A. Hanley Cos.
WANTED. TEN CARPENTERS TO
erork short while In Carolina. Apply
steamer Vletorlne, market dock, Mon dev
ONE MORE ACTIVE WHITE BOY.
about fifteen, as apprentice. Call accom
panied by guardian. Leo Frank, Congress
WA NTED. TUN BOYS. AOIB FROM
fourteen to eighteen, willing to learn to
Make trunks, small pay on start; In
crease wages after four weeks Southern
Trunk Factory. 429 Ray aireet, east.
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS BREAD
and cake maker. Apply No. *39 Bryau
A GOOD MAN WANTED AT ONCE TO
handle patented article; sella at algrit.
must have security, good pay. Apply 127
WANTED. A DRIVER. WITH GOOD
references; one who has had experience
cm a retail ddlvery wagon. E & W.
Laundry, No. 712 Anderson, west.
WANTED. CASH BOYS: BRIGHT,
tidy and quick ones; none others. Apply
at once. Adler’*.
WANTED PORTER WITH EXPERI
ence around a drug store an-l soda foun
tain. Jones' Pharmacy. 241 Bull,street.
WANTED. A COLORED BQY ABOUT
13 years old to work around the house
No. 321 Bolton etree-t, east.
WANTED, "cash BOYR APPLY
Monday before 11 a m Foye A Eckstein.
SETTLED, SOBER RAKER TO GO TO
Florida; good pay right party. Bewan.
Bull nnd Rest.
WANTED. COATMAKER AT ONCE.
Joe Damctto, Jacksonville. Fla., 2T3 West
WANTED. SIX UNION CABPEN
ters 12 50 per day and tran-qion.itton here.
F. Ogram, Jacksonville. Fla.
WANTED. Al DOUBLE-ENTRY
bookkeeper, who ha* some knowledge of
lumber business. Address CJress Lumber
Cos., Kramer, Ga.
SALESMEN W A NTED TO~BBBLToUR
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade, wo are the largest and only man
ufacturer* in our line in the world; liberal
salary :-ald Address. 'n-Dex Mfg Cos.,
office, 2* Hoard of Trade Building. Savan
SALESMEN WANTED TO CARRY
flrst-class side line; easy sales; good per
centage; permanent trade; everybody
need* a fountain pen; reference* Perry
Pen Company, Bo* 38, Milton. Wls.
GENTLEMAN OR LADY TO ASSIST
In office; salary *ls weekly; position per
manent; railroad faro twld here; enclose
reference and self-addressed Stamped en
velope Wholesalers. 304 Caxton build
SALESMEN TO~ SELL PERFUMES
toilet soaps, etc., to dealers; *IOO monthlv
and espouses; experience unnecessary
Plumber Perfumery Cos., St Louis. Mo,
WANTED. INDUSTRIOUS MEN AND
women in every town to work for us at
their homes; no canvassing; we wilt *en 1
work any distance; we have several lines
of work to give out. some of which re
quire* no experience; If you can’t devote
the w hole day to otir work you can earn *5
or * a week by working an hour or two
evenings. Address Standard Manufactur
ing Cos.. 142 West 23d street, New York.
'.MECHANICS. ENGINEERS. ELEC
trlclans, firemen, etc. A free scholashtp
In* engineering will be awarded to a few
well-recommended applicants. American
School of Correspondence. Boston, Mass
WANTED. RUPTURED PEOPLE
who will work a few hours for a free
cure. Dr. Spelrs, Box 613. Westbrook. Me
WANTF.D. MAN* WITH GOOD REF
erencea to manage business of old estab
lished house; salary *lB per week and ex
penses payable each week direct from
headquarters; exp-nse money advanced,
position permanent. Enclose self-address
ed stamped envelope. Standard House 303
Caxton Building. Chicago.
WANTED. SAVANNAH BRANCH
office manager, *3O and comml-slon; send
•tamp. Sanitary Company, St. Loul* Mo
MALE HELP WANTED, RELIABLE
men to sell our lino of high grade lubri
cating oID. greases, paints and varnishes;
salary or commission. Address Mutual
lieflnlng Company, Cleveland, O.
HOME EMPLOYMENT. EITHER SEX
J’,3-17 weekly working part time day or
evening;,no canvassing, easy, permanent
enclose twolc s amps. Excelsior Mf*. Cos.,
3ID E Nineteenth sireet. New York
'COLORED MAN WHO - BEADS AND
writes to prepare for traveling. 160 month
ly and expense*. Send self-addressed en
velope President Macßrady, 356 Dear
WANTED. RELIABLE COLORED
man for traveling position, *jft monthly
and expenses; permanent lo good man
references required Inc o-cd self-address
e,; envelope for reply. Secretary Card, 356
WANTED. TRUSTWORTHY MAN
over 21 for permanent traveling position;
good salary and al! expense* r mart, ad
vancement. reference*, self-addre-sad #o
velope for particular* Manager F. Giltls.
Pontiac Building. Chicago.
TRAVELING SALESMAN WANTED
by eelahlUthed hoti-e. no technical knowl
edge neeessary. buts mply all around
hustler of good appearance and address;
first Class line; sp-clal contract; ent re
time required, references. Box Three
|9OO_OUARANTEEI> YEARLY SAL
ary. expense* and extra commissions. m-n
and women of good address to appoint
• scute for u*. new brilliant lines; perma
nent positions; old established house;
rapid promotion. StsfferJ Press Com
pany. New Haven, Conn.
WANTED. EVERYWHERE. Hus
tler* to tack etgn* distribute circulars,
tamp!**, etc ; no anvnsslng. good pay.
Sun Advertising Bureau. Chicago.
MAN TO TRAVEL AND APPOINT
agents; tl.itflO yearly and expenses, perma
nent and bright future to hustler. Supt.
A6l Star building, Chicago
Burt & Packard’s “Korrect Shape” flj (|a
for men, 04Ul
“Queen Quality,” the famous shoe ftn #w
for women, ygi(J[
These are perfect shoes, models of
style and the best of shoemaking.
Every material in stock from ser- / r. 1 Qfifc’
viceable calfskin to dressy patent kid, //rW
and we carry widths and sizes to fit, F i
all feet- \ Ixn, tT*L
There is no uncertainty
about the Style, Pit or -'/i.
Make of our shoes. ’
J A VARNEDOE. EMMETT MONCREIFTE A B WET!.
ported and domestic l.quors, principal.)’
fin* Kentucky whiskies and blends; <w*e
and barrel gonds to Jobbers and saloon
trade, good whence to the right man. sal
ary or commission Address R 8 Strader
& Son. 69 and 71 E Water s:reet. Lexing
*IKN WANTED; W WEEKLY Posi
tion permanent distributing circulars,
x.implea, tacking sign#. Mil posting, er
send two stamps for particulars Amer
ican Advertisers’ Association. Newport.
WANTED—ISO PER WEEK FDR MEIN
with rigs, to Introduce our poultry food
and Insect destroyer, enclose stamp
Western Food Cos.. Station A. Kansas
2-vear-old child; recommendation neces
sary. Apply at No. 41* Henry street,
WANTETb AT ONCE. COMPETENT
help at drossmaking. Apply **7 Barnard
’WANTED. A THOROUGHLY GOOD
cook Apply Monday, between and 12
a; 124 Hall street, west, bring reference*
“WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK
without IncMmbrances, at 315 Eaat Duffy
WANTED. A GOOD SEAMSTRESS 241
WANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN TO
do cooking nnd washing; also a woman to
do general housework and assist In sew
ing Apply 104 Jones afreet. West, Mon
WANTED. - A~"FIRST-CLASS HOUSE
m*M Apply 11* Eaat Gaston.
"Wanted! settled woman.
white or colored, at once. 2* Abercorn
WANTED a" good COOK; ALSO
small colored boy; muat have good refer
ence. Knight r Pharmacy.
WANTED. AN nxrERIEN'r'KD COOK:
no other need apply. 21* Jones atreat,
EXPERIENCED HANDR can GET
employment at E. It W. Laundry. 712 An
WANTED A WHITE GIRL for OEN
era! housework; only eueh as deelre a
good home and a permanent position need
apply. 201 Gaston street, ease.
WANTED. EXPERIENCED (BABBS
(miles In our clotk and suit departments.
Apply eu once. Be aiold Adler.
WANTED AT ONCE SEVERAL
flrst-clasa trimmer* Apply millinery de
partment. Foye & Eckstein.
WANTED. A OOOK~AT 113 HUNT-
IngJon street, west.
WANTED MIDDLE AGED WOMAN
to travel and appoint agents; also one to
qualify' for branch office, manager; I! OOi
yearly: permanent; rapid promotion Gen
eral Manager. 602 Star building. Chicago
LADIES’ I MAKE BIG WAGES AT
home, and wont all t# have the same op
portunity. The work Is very pleasant and
will easily pay *l* weekly. This Is no de
ception. I want no money and will gladly
send full particulars to all sending stsmp.
Mrs. H. A. Wiggins. Benton Harbor,
LADY TO TRAVEL IN GEORGIA. *M
monthly and all expense* to start, per
manent pos.tlon If eatisfactory. aelf-ad
-Iressed envelope for reply. Address Treas
urer Macßrady. 356 Dearborn. Chicago
WANTED, LADY WITH GOOD REF
erences to manage business of old es
tablished house, salary 31* per week and
expenses, payable each week dlreet from
headquarters; expense money advaneed.
position permanent. Enclose self-ad
dressed stamped envelope Standard
House. 302 Caxton building, Chicago.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA IjS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
-31 FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LES3
tlmore Debenture Company, eaaleat con
tract sold. Address R R. Grier. Ex
change B&nk. Macon. Ga
The Horror# of a Stricken Cpy," hy Murat
Halstead, fully Illustrated, fastest a>ll|rg
book ever published; only 1180, beat terms
guaranteed; outflt free; be qul k J. 8.
Uelgler St Cos., Chicago J/l.
CORSET AGENTS THERSTTS ONLY
ana best—that’s the Hygeia. she standard
of the century for service and satisfac
tion For particulars address the West
ern Corset Cos., St. Louis, Mo.
,\-l HUSTLING MANAGER WANTED
(o take agency for paint and oil house
on commission; state experience. 1(M
Williamson building. Cleveland.
TWO FIRST-CLASS SPECIAL
ageni* wanted to work In IknjUlana. All
turn* and Georgia by the Home Life In
surance Company of New York Apply
at once to G L Crandall, Southern mana
ger, Equitable Building. Atlanta. Ga.
BIG MONEY SELLING OUR 7m
ptoved 100 candle power gasoline lamp#
Adjustable flame No torch All brass
Sample lamp 32.50, Studebaker Gaa Light
ing Cos., Kansas City, Mo.
It won’t cost yoo anything, and wili give
you a chance to get a pair of
GEIL & QUINT’S
At our Booth in the Elks’ Carnival Grounds you'll
find a JAR OF PEAS. To the 5 PERSONS guessing
nearest the number of peas in the jar we will give a pair
of our $3.00 shoes.
A Committee of Elks will count the peas and deter
mine the winners.
GEIL & QUINT, 205 Brooghton St., West.
AGENTS. TO SELL OUR CUT PRlry;
Xmas books; bV- hook 15c; ti hook
II SO hook 50c; 32*i) book 75-; oredlt g v-n,
freight paid; outfit free. Ferguton 1 :>.
Ilshlng Cos.. 1233 Fifth atraet, Clßdanjti
*’.< MONTHBT, NEW PATENT MT,
taTTr bread boards: samples free. G. J r .
ahee. Cos.. Cincinnati, O.
AGENTS—SPECIALTY RACKED BT
absolute guarantee to atrslshten k ky
negro hair, nearly all pro (It ands II <„
eight. Write Boston Chemical Ccmp.r
Richmond. Va.. for territory and por;-..
AGENTS WANTED TO PELL THE
latest Invention for producing light: b**ti
electricity; cheaper than kerosene. agr,t|
coining anoney; largmt factory; p r.pt
shipments The Best Light Comaasy,
wb kTSot WANT ROYS OR L
era to write ua. men of ability only Cnj
to ISiju par month; salesmen and grn:t;
agent*, salary or commlaalon: sped*. ,r
--dueement*. Racine Fire Engine Mottt
Cos., Racine, Wla,
"young LADY~\vrnTlroifE el
perlen-e wants p-idtlon as saleslady g
cashier. S. L. cars News.
“WANTED, POSITION, SAWMILL II
yard foreman er woolalng. good referer *
Address W , car* Col. W. S. Bran hae.
"young man wishes posit:w
for office work, collecting, or both. Jacl,
WANTED. A GIRL WANTS LIGHT
house work. 557 Harrla street.
“wanted! T A LADY HOLDING
permanent license poaltlon at aa-latam r
arlil teach amall eehool; references ■
changed. Address Teacher. Clarks.cn
PtJSITION WANTED BY BAR TUN'
der, who la sober, reliable and compeacei,
beat of reference*. "Miser," care Nee,
COMPETENT LADY RTENOGRA
pher deairea a poaltiou in S.>uth G—vffia
or Florida; experience and beet of refer
encee Address, Miss English, Tallaha,-
“good stenographer, familiar
with export oudneae, code work, etc . ,1-
elres position: splendid references Ad
dress Rapid, thl* ofllce.
PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPER. YOUVff
man. desires set of bonk* to keep evenlrts
for reasonable compensation; recomiw' 1-
ed. Address A. A., care Morning Nest
“a' good’ BUST NESS MAN. WHO HAS
exteneAve acquaintances among the u
road employe* and Is himself s mefh'W
of one of tha most important ■
dere. want* pesltion In shoe or dry *,*oo“
house; Is theroughlv experienced In the*
knes, and can control some trade; gilt
edge reference*. Adlreee S. E. C.. can
Wanted, position as sawyer.
mill machinist or locomcklve eng neer;
best references. Address* Sawyer, till
Montgomery street, Savannah. Ga.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER WILL
arespt regular, plw -c or mill Write up and
balance looks; would take ttvo cr thte*
small sets of books 8., News offl-e.
WANTED, a POSITION BT AN AI.L
round printer, on good country weekly:
state salary and when to come. J. O.
Latimer. Rtateoboro, Ga.
— SITUATION 'WANTED BY EXPERI
-man. and good reference. In grocery
or bar business. 406 Montgomery, up
'Wanted' position aI boo ft -
keeper or office work . *m at pre-ent cash
ier of a bark that will liquidate best of
references. Address Lock Box 9. Rutledge.
COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER. AGE
31. desire* position assistant, with a good
deal of stenographic work to do saixry
no object; will work night. Address Bo
nus, New* office.
A COLORED MAN WANTS Posi
tion as porter, butler or teamster, with
references. Address MS Robert street
POSITION WANTED BY REOISTER
*d pharmacist. Address Poatofl! e Bax
No. t. Savannah. Ga.
A COMPETENT WASHWOMAN DE
slrat washing. 60S Gwinnett, east
A RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS
washing. *lO Gwinnett street, east.
furnished bad-room. ,Ad-lre*. stall *
cation and rent. Eoatofflce Box 178
WANTED, WELL FURNISHED
room with outside door; privilege hot sn-1
cold bath; roust ba north of Jones, west
of Drayton streets Address t-’
BO ARD tV 4 M RU.
BOARD (EXCLUDING DINNER- FOR
a gentleman. In private family, within 1*
blocks of postofflea: moderate rates Ad
dress "Denllst." cars News.
WOULD LIKE TO BUY INTEREST IN
AN ESTABLISHED LEGITIM ATI I
INESS; GIVE FULL PARTICt!- 1 IW
AND MONET REQUIRED. R. .SKI'S