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CENTRAL’S LARGE EARNINGS.
| Ti \OV IXCMAIB FOR WEtiKK
MUa> FINE MHOWIXO.
gi,,. Fourth Wrrk of October Ihowt
M i.tiln of * UMLVI Over the ( urre-
Week Uat War-An In- (
, rea*e of 81172.1113 From Jan. 1 fo
,lir Inti of Fourth Week ivnluat
the game Period In |*rtWL-f onipara
tl%c Ma teinea t of Receipts of Cot
ton I !iru*‘h Explains Thin Pros-
| M . r ii%—< oninirnu on the Annual
fteport for IIHN.
in*rease in rhe earnings of the Cen
gr ~f < WorfU Railway, an shown by Itn
p,_ ~ | statements from week to week
ln Morning News have attracted at
ff . n and particular,y in Savannah,
** n Ur#** amount of Ih* Central n
tt. a are held Whl e the earnings of
T ,\ in all nectlona of the country
attracted attention, the Increases In
#<> have not shown up m> handsomely
#l , \ :■;■>■ have lit others. The basis of
.1 i g* i* business, so that the improve
tn. is greatest where traffic increased
I r the week ending the fourth week of
0< ■* **r the Central’s evrnlng* were 3235.-
77' against sl9*.l£ for the corresponding
w , |,i t year, showing an Increase of
I3f. ii .l 5.'.312.5i*i from Jun. 1 to the end
of • fourth week. against 34*40.461 tor
th period of last ear.
at . A .ng .*n Increase of W 72.135.
there has been a steady Increase in
tt mini s business Is shown by the
m *f its business in the Commercial
t -„l im -of the Morning News The fol
lo:i k comparative table of the receipts
of • ton f r October of lst** and ItOO will
af..v annul the (Moportion of increase In
lh< handling of leading products:
l-ntral'a Hecetpfa of f’ottou.
~~ ISM. 1900 ■
tv- Upland h ! upland 8.1.
Firn 77777771 27.025~1.3nc 33.349 m
ec. t-1 j IF. SI 457 30.*> 123
Thi I I IMI4 6*7 41.144 2M
Fourth j 17.085 j M 4 27.231 364
~T0ta1”7777| Mitts 3.la* 132.440 s4l
SPnd w if,Mi mm
Owing to the recent disturt>ance in the
#l* illative cotton market the marketing
of th it portion of the crop remaining in
hoklers' hands was greatly retarded by
tea at nf ihe prevailing belief among
holders that pri.es had been depressed
on f. tltious ground* and that they would
Jab t work hH*-k to the same or a higher
imi- than that which 'prevailed prior to
the .'cnaational drop of 135 points, or near
ly 17 per bale. This determination
to hold cotton wus seriously felt mi local
trad.- circles, and probably in none more
than by freight broker** owing to the
light demand for room and consequent
dropping of rate* to the distress point,
flut the past Week has witnessed a rnatkej
Improvement In the turn of the market
whs h It |s believed will bring out much
of the cotton that would have been
marketed but for the ch* k caused by the
slump in price**. If the belief that there
remains consU|rnble lots throughout the
Interior yet to be marketed is true. It fol
lows that the railroads have in store a
lorrtinucd profitable s.-ason in handimg
Next in importance to it* Increased bus
iness in appreciating the Central’s se
curities is the wise and conservative
management of President John M Egan
as the h*wd of it* operating dejwrtment.
%nal?a|a of Report for Item.
Commenting upon the Central's annual
report for 19ft>, the New York Coro me r< :4al
Not a little Interest seems to have been
niaed by the analysis of the affaire of
Central of Georgia that was puhlish
*: some time ago. upon the uppaajranca
the annual report for BStfi The c-n
--islon then reached was that the regu
lar payment of interest on the consolt
ted s|h r cent bonds seems assured, al
* ough the niargln of security on th*
*le of the earnings of the last two
<rs is not too large; that, in v ew of
* continued increase in earning*, the
-d income liondholders are not unlikely
• get their full 5 per cent, th s year.
- t that the outlook for the junior socur
-1 s will depend upon the d* gree of pros
ltv that the company shall enjoy in
future. In short, considering the tact
t earnings have shown from the first
interrupted growth, dud that ih* man
rncni is prudent, the nml for the
;***riy is altogether favorable, although
(lively less revenue Is being pu< into
<* rmont# and additions and the net
►me is bring more compel|y dt-trib
1 than Is the rul- in the practice of
m ny companies in these times.
A e un sec no occasion 10 . hang** th*-*.*
tons, others familiar with the road.
1 >ever, maintain that the views sum
t > iz*d a love are not sufficiently san*
w. and that the security for the con
ls greater and the outlook for the
me bonda. the amount of which all
1 is only 415.0un.0u0, Is brighter thin
company's annual reports indicate
t • correspondent writes, for example.
• •Is* that you will bring out the dt
ion of Income under the practice of
t >mj>any of < harglng io operating ex-
the const ruction ot new Urn's in
to which you refer briefly, so
t * tht present security holders can see
1 th<* margin of surplus would have
• larger but for these methods.”
r* have called attention to certain
1 diarttt** of the company’s state-
ts of miscellaneous Income and flx*d
* •• **s. These f*olnts doubtless have
1 • and are worthy of examination
At far a* we can see. the company has
charge*l to operating *-xpenses the
< t of tbs new lines In Alabama or of
r? No special appropriations of tn
h>. far -h ♦* properties ha%'* l**ei> made.
I railways are not m the hil>lt of !n
--ir th* cost of additional mileage in
n>.iint**nni e expense* f old lln*s
*'-Mim* that the Central of Georgia
;*ui>ued this unusual nrvl deceptive
not only Is unnecessary but
1 s to the declaration lhat the malt)-
* r • of the existing roads has been
rib lent. The accounts show the prop
o have been fully maintained since
i it with no great amount to spare,
! Int of facj the mileage.owned and
• ba Increased In Ice las? thr-e
flfiy-lhra# ml tad. Of iMi hill
'-*i.e mile* la road bulb by an
rnpany atvl lea set J by th*' central
•irgia. slxl. cn miles r ad l ought
Kht. most of the stock having been
* and l‘'fore, and sixteen m*les new r*Kil
in i.i Th* cost of this construe*
a> tn-4 out of working capital and
• -m*its have boon made for Ibe re
r-**nent of the tras*ury. when n**c
by the sale of lionds Operating
-and the annual divisible ln<x>m**
no? >een affected by these transac-
In the fiscal year IW>* about S2W.-
working capital, all told, wa put
ihe ron*l for extension* and Improve
t rd a.
*wn to 1900 the reports have specified
ilanor> la* Income a embracing "ln
from Investm-nt*. including ste.im
ln l*> ‘’steamships” arc not
and, and the Hem of Income from tn
' •f.tji. in connection with the list of
• 'hies owned, mdl* ate# that no pvt*
fr-rn the Ocean Steam-hip Company
in hi led In the miscellaneous re
of the past year The sb smsh p
‘iny, as it well known, has been ex
ung large sums for ta'y lm
menta at Savannah and Hobok n.
;, *t a ahip laat winter, and p e um
nothlng came to the parent comptnv
hat source in 1899-1900. Ordinarily.
<*amahtp company Is a profltso.e In
'° fnJ . and to whatever extent It umy
u • lauded upon to furnish nst ravanue
for the Central of Georgta. to that ex
tent the position of the Central’s securi
ties is mails stronger.
•”A* to fixed charges, the rovnf*ny in
lIM bought for $310,000 the Rruton and
Ptreora rood, and has been paying for it
in Instalments of IM.OOO per annum .These
payments have been put into the accounts
i rent,il* and have Increased fixed
charges and reduced the surplus applicable
in In* ome bond interest by that amount.
Purchases In this way. and especially ad
ditions of this kind to rentals, are un
usual. The purchases have been com-
He ted. and bonds are nomr to be issued
to reimburse tne treasury for the ex
penditure The proper addition of this
amount to Ik.ADO to the net Income of
1900 moke* the surplus available for In
come bond Interest $227,000. or 5 per cent,
of) the second, and manifestly strengthens
materially the security of th* consois
To ?nls |t should be added that current
earnings are increasing handsomely."
%Vhy l>* They ,\ot Do If.
A prominent railway official discussing
the interchangeable mileage book ques
tion yesterday, said:
"Col. Wrenn made a bold move In rail
road circles In adopting the interchange
able hooks and It Is to be regretted that
commercial travelers are not buying them,
and it is also astonishing that every
drummer traveling In the Southern state*
!n which Plant Byst**tn books are good doe*
not buy otH and thus encourage the Plant
v*tem to continue their sale.
"WUI they do it?"
AT TUB THE ATfjR.
tools James and Kathryn Kidder In
Two Performances To-day.
Louis James and Kathryn Ktdder will
be seen to-day In two j*erforman'** at
the Theater. At the matinee "A Modem
St. Anthony." and ‘•Pygmalion and Gal
atea” will be the bid. and at night "A
Midsummer Night’s Prsam" will be pre
sented. In presenting “A Midsummer
Night’s Dream" It will have all the bene
fit# of the original sconery. The neces
sary musical nurn tiers of Mendelssohn w ill
be Interpreted by a chorus of trained
voice* and specially equipped orchestra
un*l lance ballet. The organisation num
-lers forty-seven people Two rarkads of
scenery are carried. Wagenhal* and
Kemper. In presenting this play, have
achieved a triumph of well-balanced art.
The spectacular doe* not overlay the act
ing or Interfere with the action, but Is con
* reived In a feeling of beauty and carried
out In moderation The background of the
(day Is so pottle lhat It draws one from
ordinary life and begets nn illusion that
jis enchanting. Hut above ihe poetry, the
j lovesick dithyrambs and the fairland is
the rich and ra- y fun of the "Pyramus and
Thlsbe" episode. It Is a testimony to fhe
• harm of the comedy, that In spite of Its
practical withdrawal from the stag** for
half a generation, the text of no play of
Shakespeare Is leter known. The fact
lhat James and Kidder are at the head
of the <*mpany Is sufficient guarantee
that the play will be well presented.
To-morrow night Matthews and Bulger
will ho seen In "TV Ntirhl of the Emirth "
Mr Bulger will play the purl of Iho re
tired 100 mnn. who haa nothing to do hut
go to tho country whoro ho desires tibso
luto rtpowe. HU advent Into the siesta ef
quiet, peace and tranquility iw-eurs on tho
ove of the fourth of July. Ho la dlaturb
ed by tho patriotic hahlture of tho hotel,
amt Anally deride* to buy up all tho Are.
works In the town and More them In the
cellar of the "Summer Real Hotel"
where he la a truest He hide* In the cel
lar to escape the nolee. and la rewarded
by having the only A recracker remaining
In the town throwm In on top of him
The conequent explosion ende the Aral
act and starts the ball rolling for the re
maining two acts.
Keenan Swift, a lawyer who forces
damage stilts against every one on ac
count of tha explosion, and successfully
acts for all the litigants, will he played
hy J. Sherrie Matthews. Walter Jones,
tho favorite New York comedian of many
a Casino production, will ho soon as Ar
thur Strong looking for work, a part writ
ton especially for him Adlyn Kstoo will
appear as Uly Bud. Norma Whaliey will
lie the Elsie Rullvar Just from school,
and Resale Tannehlll will play Laura
Jean Eroal. the Ice man's sister Joule
fSeWltt will have an excellent opportu
nity as Kittle, a ready maid, and Tony-
Hart will revel as Joseph Kidder, a hoy
detective. The rest of the big company.
Including Rertha Durham Marlon Cum
mlng. Adlyn Ketee. J C. Wiseman. H. L
Hall. Andrew Bode. Herbert Androda Is
SIMMS CONVICTED OF Ml It HER.
He Killed Taber Earle Near Walhnl
la. Oeosaee County , S. C.
Columbia. 8. C.. Nov. 11 —The tr.gl of
Tom Simms for the murder of Taher
Earle was In progress In Walhalla for
two days, and was ended last night. There
was much Interest In the case, as pe
culiar features were presented.
Mollis Gains Is a sister-in-law of
Slmma and was living with him. Earle
conducted a restaurant in Walhalla and
was a constant visitor at Simms' hope
which was three miles from town, until
he was told hy Ihe woman's brother-in
law to stay away.
One evening early In September Slnimo
saw Earle on a bicycle going down
tho road. He followed, noticed Where
the track turned off In the woods, and
after a search found Earle and his sl
ter-ln-law together A quarrel ensued.
The woman testlAed that then she ran
away, but soon heard a shot A red. Later
Stmms came to her and aald he had
killed Earle, and. with drawn pistol, prom
ised her death tf she ever told about It.
When night came Simms got a wagon
and forced the woman to go with him
Into the wood* where the holy lay. He
made her he'p him put the body Into the
wagon. They then hauled It Ava miles
to Morgan bridge, on Little river; two
sacks were Ai'd with rocks These were
fastened to the hea l and feet of the dead
man. his bicycle tied to his body and then
the hotly dropped Into a deep hole In the
Someone had seen Earle going In the
direction of Simms' house, and this led
to the arrest of the man and woman. By
Ihe time she had been In Jail three days
the woman confesses to her knowledge of
the killing. Two of her brothers were
also Implicated, but they were released,
is they hnd taken no part tn the killing.
The Jury found Simms guilty of murder
hut recommended him to tha mercy of
the court. t
A Banquet to Be Given In Duwsnn.
Dawson Oa.. Nov. 11.-The memhera of
Royal Arcanun of Dawson will spread n
banquet on the night of Dec. Cottgreso
min Jam' s M Griggs and Judge J O
I’urks. will both deliver addressed. The
banquet will be a big occasion and It la
expected that the Guard'# Armbry will
be full to overflowing
A weak atom
ifflSlti itß'r * ch wm r * u,e
n w cuitlATtt Constipation,
iJTO-OM Q !T,
81TTEB* sr °r Iry
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12. l(Hl
SAVANNAH’S IN A BAD WAY.
ACCORDING TO HEY. J. %. SMITH
VICK I* Ol*t£\ AND FXAUMAAT.
Pastor of Wesenth Street Methodist
Church Talks about Susaauah
From a Test Token From the De
scription of the Fall nf Hsli) lon.
Story of llelslinssnr’M Feast \t the
Only Record of Drunken Orgies.
Vlee In Mumnnh Does Wot I’M) to
Virtue the Compliment of Secrecy.
A Red-lint Roast of Kxlslina t os*
dltlons Here as Mr. Smith Sees
Rev. J. A. Bmtth preached a? the
Seventh Street Methodist Church lad
night a sermon upon the evil* prevailing in
Sava.insh, in common w*tn other cltl #
of the country*. Rev. Mr tfinlth text
and the theme of his sermon was from
the fifth chapter of Daniel "Weighed In
the balance and found wanting
The weather was tnoat inclement, nnd
In consequence of this tact the congrega
tion that greeted Mr. Smith was com
paratively small. In the Inception of Ida
remarks he stated that he rogrtted thi*
won true, a.- he had prepared the ** r
nvon he expected to deliver with the hope
and Intention of present.ng It to < large
representative gathering of the m n and
women of the church.
’lt is a fact in nature." said Mr. Bmlth.
"that certain results are the fixed and
Inevitable consequence* of certain rood
tlons. ’Whatsoever a man soweih, t at
also shall he reap.’ ami if he sow* th
wind he may expect to reap the wal l
"The destruction of the power of Bel
shasaar and 4ne fall of hU> dynasty, with
the subsequent division of his kingdom
among the M*de* and Persians, laid been
foretoa! by the prophets years an I years
before It happened. 1 ne\e no lou *1 that
th**y were oesisted In making th*-**- proph
ecies of the lute of Uwbyion by th** con
templation of the conditions ? existed
In that city, in whlcn Idolatry, corrup
tion. debauchery and wickedness of the
grossest character were flaunted by king,
court and people in the very fn e of an
"Given these conditions, there could be
but one Anal reuult. the instruction of
tha city, in which they were permitted
to continue, and the l*|>osltion of the
ruler whose personal ex.irnpb* lent them
the countenance of high authority
"This was the *ttou?l>n W> Ha vl*m *n*l
thwa the manifold wlok*dne-*ct* that pr
va!iel there upon that fateful anl fa e l
night when the King fposted .1 th-HiMii I
f his lords. Th*- ap|iolntmnts o: t:e
ban<juet were on a of Oriental ►)-
lencc and m.ignlflcent > e and rich viands
and strong wines tempte*! th- Ja*l*l a*
petite* of the 1 tampered de au h* e who
sat around the royal board. That the
last line in the King s s.ory of profl ga y
might be wr*t. that he might add. ih**
let offense to the long c*aien*lar o. his
crimes, he ha i brought to hi* presence
tla* g4d srnl silver vessels of lll** *u t*-
ary of the Most High God an*l puMtltutcl
them to the vulgar offices of th- to 1
"It was amid such a *>*en** as thi* that
a moving ha ml wrote on the wall ot ti
King’s palaoo the mystic •ytiii*>ls t it
pre*llctel the le>tr ictlon of hi- ktngk m
He had teen ’weighed in the ihiljh ■* and
found wanting.' That night he n
and Darius, the Persian, reigned In Baby
• The storv of that banquet Is not the
•wly ore w !th whl' h we r<v* *1 I ' ry
day we hear stoles o 2 drunkao o?gl r
o i;*a sintuar to it u* i-vt i ymu*g ..v • x
tent. There are Influences at work that
prevent these debauch** being shown up
In the full white light of public ty Wer
the full stories told the.r recital would
shock the conscience of every go and man
and pure woman. Things are bam-ntnx
about us every day that a:e shameful in
’ Right here In Savannah there are vices
that arc exploited oi*eniy, that do not pay
to nubile sentiment the compliment of
masking their existence Th* y v**k
abroad, defiant and unashamed I tell you
that the contemplation of the harvest tha:
must ultimate,y be reaped in Nivannah is
something appalling, for certain it is that
the condition* are n*>t strikingly better
than they were In Baby** nof .;d Suicly
matters have reache*l a shameful pas- -nd
public sentiment has lost Us po**r for
good, when advertisements, giving the
street and number of dens of vice and in
iquity are scattered about the street*. t*>
be read by our boys and perhaps by ur
“ •It I. ii rrylnir •hum*' Ihnt th* preacher!,
of rhe city rellnqulehert th<- cruolc
■■• mat ttantMlnK- In which
some months since, and in whi- h*.
received r-*<> ■<* •"<! encour*emem
from the newepepere. l *he n, wspnp■•r
laeilnK cre.lll. B>ire.y Ihlnite r>- lul
M ever they were n\ vice public.
It uenri* the prlnclpnl etreete of the city
n.l le everywhere.
"How ceil you tolerate for einttlc In-
Mance longer the contSueti. e of U ' h
How can you bear to ihlnK
of one of our yountr men. who epen.ls on.-
evenmr In the comi— ny of a pure ~n.|
henutlful air: and the next ever.lnK tviih
a hhleouaty palmed (lenlxen of varleit
theater' H<w can you ait quiescent whih
auch thlnge ore not only poib!e. but
are openly tolerated! How can you ac
cept for yourselves the responalblllly lor
auch a state of affairs'
Rev. Mr. Smith said that at some future
date he would ilb’e these questions
at greater length and would answer some
of the exeuses that persons nre accus
tomed lo make lo rhemeelves and o:ner
for permllUng the contlnunnce and
tacitly encouralng the rxwtence ot iheae
p.UOIIV MIT IMMfOt RAUKII.
Will fonrlnue to Cample In the
Emory College, Oxford. On., Nov 11.—Al
though Emory lost In the oratorlcnl con
tests she Is In no sente disheartened by
this the fourth victory of M’r er, and will
next year make a greater endeavor than
ever lo carry off Ihe prlxo.
There are among the present members
of the college several promising speakers,
any one of whom would r- preont Emory
with credit and make It very Interesting
for the other conte tinis Tie tee no.
of th*' representative will he m ,-le
soluiely upon Ihe grounds of nierll. and
Emory will send as her represent ally.. as
she has done In Ihe past, tht very best
mail to be found among the aiudent l<lv.
This selection will be made with core nnd
deliberation, bul the man chosen will lie
given ample time to prepare an able and
At Its last meting the Phi Gamma Lit
erary So lely selected Ihe speak*r for
her anniversary exercises, which will oc
cur next spring, and other officials, Annl
versartan, George B Rosser of Washing
ton Oa : welcome address. Wade Hampton
I,esseier of Vienna, poet, Alfred C llroom
of N’ewnan. and alumni orator. 111. ..op
Warren A Candler, who Is one of I’til
Gamma's most Illustrious alumni Mr A
K smith of Wa.ttsca was elected io rep
resent Phi Gamma In the exercises to
take place Washington s birthday, and Mr
Edwin A Rogera of Welasca was made
historian of the soclel>.
Mr Rawson Dent of Newnan. who was
recently elected dux of the freshman clas.
has left college. At a meeting of the class
held to-day Mr Douglas. Rumbc of
Mmarrs, Ga.. was elected dux for tr.e un.
expired term mode vacant by Mr. Dent.
—Stranger— I want a dosen eggs.
Grocer—For soft boding, scrambling or
" S *77u>Tfk YvlcKK OF
burst a nrv pm aHi b* put in your
brooch, on th** prrscntntlon of this #Jv.—
it It out Ki. l brio# it io Ft p*** > Kaaf
Broughton, haft j w Iry and spavin#
supply l.ou'** The plaor jmr ax• aale .es
f**r rrpamn# watches ch*k*. *(ieri.-|es
ami jrw'lry. *ngravir.# and n wnll* you
w#it. ■ ash given for oUi a 4*l ad silver;
s|h 'i*l t int mi this week to inak** t>aige-.
YvM I.L HANt: Tr> Hl ItltY T\.* GET
scats ft i the great Bin:ih-Jmig. fight at
th* theater Y\'lnc*day ni#ht. Nov. 14
Box office open to*imurow
OIL HEATERS, WOOD HEATER,
cobi 1 h*Mt# rs. cook stove* and range#. ll
liable k vds C. T. Milkr. agent.
morph Tne. ohi m i-aldanum.
.* v>ttlnt hublt. myself will inform
you of h,irml*M, i*rmamni home cure.
Mary t* Baldwin, Box 1212, rhirago
ADVERTI.SBME.VTB skt in cap
ITALt* WILL HE PRINTED IN t'LAA-
Sll !ED ADVERTISKMKNT DOIA’MN
Foil TWO CENTB A \VRD NO AD
\ ERTIBKMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
IS YOl’R IRON SAFE FIRK-PHiXIF'
B:iflf."i Freeman have o standing offer
of ll.um for every safe of the.r make that
*!*** not preserve Its contents. One safe
%*.;* In burning d**bne 113 hour* When
taken ou4. the mis*' h#*l to be turned on
it. When oi*ned. not n page aa* discol
ored. not a re.-oid lo*4. n**t d*>i.ar le
stroyed If >ou want security, buy a
Btiffel He Freeman safe. (*. P Miller.
VOP WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy, it’s rich and pure; try
FURNITT RE I PHI LBTRRBD MAT
tr- *en renovated. Antique furniture re
polished, furniture packed and shlwel In
t-*--t m irw • r Send m* your orders. C
P. MtUer agent.
OF.LAK'llia Nt’RSER Y, OPIMBITE
Calho.l. Cemetery. hr> santhemuma
cacnella J f*orl■ as. ire< ar** •*. palms, flow
ers nnd floral designs L* ive your orders
with J. Gardner, agent. 12 Broughton,
HAVE YOl’R HORBRB SHOD AMD
oilpjied by J F Furlong
ORDER JELLICO COAL FOR YOl’R
grates. A S. Cohen, telephone
SPECIAL. AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of new willow rockers, ladies’ slxe. at 12
J. W. Teeple.
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
hav* your fun I tire moved or packed for
shlpnieni *>r M*r.ge I guarantee prices
the same 1 do the w rk that's given
to me. A H. Grlflbi. 414 Broughton streat,
w*st; m.tlrew*-s made t> order
IF ITS RUGB YoU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from Mciliili*.
NOTHING ItETTER MINED THAN
Jelllco coal for grate fires. A. 8 Cohen,
ftAILLI i: 8 STOVES KSD HANOI 8
give sot Is fact ton. Tne Magnetic, Brono
mlM. YV ildorf. King ihJ other good
irmkt-A a! rca.*vonable pricep. 2U7 lirough
KENSINGTON FARM MILK 18 UN
sur|*ii>a* l for rlchncas, d* livery Is per
fect, phone 1145.
BEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS
oltico tables, ffl e niit lng office shades
27 Brought n. w**st
WHEN YOU SEE M GILLIB' FIXTY-
Inch 99-o*-nt rugs, you will buy them.
Just can’t he p It; will sell In any quan
SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
nr.|f for sale bv J. W. Teepe; el o
age t f r Insurar. e xasoltna stove.
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE.'
is i specialty with McGlllls.
MILLER'S NEW STYLES IN CAR
pete, mat mg*, linoleums, wndow shades,
etc. All w..rk done u fint-c a*s style. 207
B ought n. west.
c.nths. narcDsu-. palms, cu? flower# from
O* schlg’s nursery, pi*osFe Catholic Cem
tery Leave orders with J Gardner,
agent. 12 liroughton. east
M GILLIH' LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
M C.ILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS
la re currninv hammo* ks. water coolers
(f, -*•..**?<. bedroom suits,
and furniture of every description.
SI 49 11TTYS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last L*rg- a- sort men t of
r*ckers. til .ns and easy chairs. C. P.
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
elevation In the country. ?re* from city
drainage Impossible frr milk to become
rontnmlnateil, by Impure odors; If you
want pur* Jersey n Ik. phon** 2345. De
llv* ry prompt; satisfaction guaranteed
M'GILLIS MOVES TACKS SHIPS
sn*l store** plan**# and furniture; beet work
m!y no "Cheap-John" pii •--no "Cbaop-
"gold FISH AND WATK H
grass, bone flour. 2ft-pound bag A) cents
J Gardner, agent, for th pres*nt at 12
l/fl FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. f\ I* Miller, agent.
$2 50 FOR ART SQTTARBB WHILE
they last Hlg aasortment. ill grades or
art -qti'tre*. rugs, mats, portieres C. P
M ller, agent.
M'GILLIS SELLS SIXTY'-INCff RUGS
—Snjyrna patterns—for 99 rents.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS \ WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
feet ar- troubling you. call on me and I
will give you reikf. I cure Ingrowing
nail**, corns and ill dtsea*>e<* of the fret
without pain; charge* reasonable; can
give the i**: references In the lty; ja
tlent* trested at residences; orders can
be left at Livingston's drug store, Hull
nnd Congress streets; telephone 293. Lem
Davis surgeon chiropodist.
HELP %V % A TED—MALE.
and trouser makers. Apply O. Fentlnl. No
4S Bull srreet
wanted" two OR three FIRST
cI.im gl.ixlen* Apply Andrew* Hanley's.
WANTED. GOOD. SOBER HARPER
Apply C A. Bouchard. No. SO West Broad
SALESMAN WANTED FOR CHEAP
typewriter good contract App'y le
twr**n s anl 10 it m.. A C. flynmes.
rare Pulaski llous^-.
WANTED COATMAKER AT ONCE.
Joe Dame to. Jacksonville. Fla.. T 3 West
WANTED. SALESMAN TO RKPRK
resent us In Georgia and vicinity; salary
and commission Merchants’ Ex* hang
t'omiany. lowa Citv. la.
\CTIVE MAN FOR TEII FOB AR Y IX7-
ral posh lon. several weeks Salary $3 p*r
day. Addrera I> B Shepp. 723 Chestnut
street. Philadelpnla. Pa.
MANAGER FOR BRANCH OFFICE
at Savannah for Northern firm 1400 c#*h
and references required t 1.200 year y sal
wry. and liberal commission on sales Ad
dree* F T Raleigh. Atlanta. Ga
WANTED. SIX UNION PARPEN
ter*. 12 50 per day and transportation here
F Ogram. Jo k*onvlile. Fla
SALESMEN WANTED TO CARRY
flrst-clasa side line, easy sales; good per
centage; permanent trade; everybody
need* a fountain pen; reference* Parry
Pen Cornpuny, Box 39, Milton, Wia.
HELP %\ %\TEV>—MALE.
hvokkfei**r, who hvs some knowlevig** of
lumber business Address Gress Lumber
IV. Kramer. G.i
COLORED MAN WHO REAM AND
writes to pr**|Mn * for travelin.-;. D* month
ly an*l expenses Send self-addressed en
velope Pres idem Macßrady, W Ibar
nsrnrx rant ek and ye ari y sal
ary. expense# and extra ommiaion*, men
and women of good addrews to spptint
ngente for us. new bri.llant lines. terma
•vent posit urns, old estaWlahwl hou*
rapitl prom*tlon Stafford l*r*ss Com
pany. New Haven. Conn
MAN TO TRAVEL AND APPOINT
agents |I.(U) yearly and expenses; per mu
nent and hrlgh 1 future to hustler Hupt
7s>l Star building Chicago.
HEI.P %V OTKII-IPMU K.
APVLRTISEMKNTS SIT IN CAP*
IT A l*S WILL HE PRINTED IN ’LAM
BIFIED ADVERTIBBMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD No A1 *
\ K RTI .s I. MEM TA K tiN Ft >R LESS
hHI'MIDUAf W %Vl‘Mil.
WANTED POSITION. SAWMILL. AS
yard foreman or w < olalng; g*sal referene*
Ad*lress \V . care Col \9 S Hrunh.im
WANTED RY A LADY HOLDING
permanent license |k<ettlon as aa.-l-t.int or
will teach small scho.vi. referen'e.< ex
changed Aldres* Teacher. Clarkaton
POSITION W ANTED BY REGISTEIi
ed pharmacist A*Mre* I*oatofllca Box
Nv* 3. Savannah, via
A RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS
washing Mo Gwinnett street, east.
W % VTF.D—4IP4CRLL OIW *.
in rere3t in
an khtai*i.ibhei> legitimate m s
INKSS GIVE FIT.I. I'AHTKIT.AItS
VNI> MONEY REgriREO. H. NEWS
WANTED A PARTNER WITH F '*■'
IN GHItCERY UrUINEHH. FINE <U'-
I'itHTl NITY PUKASANT PEACE AD
DHESB H . MORNING NEWS. SAVAN
WANTED; FI>)HIDA PROPERTY. IF
you have praptNy to t-ll or h ,nxf 1
ran h*lp you A<l,lr** Property, Oranp'
IK TOD WANT GOOD MIUK. GET IT
rrom Sprinctlrkl Dairy, it a rtch. pura and
CASH TAID FOR GOOD SECOND'
hand oat ,arka. 112 \V**t Hay atrort
IF YOU WANT A PLACE* TO DUMP
earth, dirt. saml. mnnufe, etc . ftee of
.-barge. )us hi , Jty limits, hauling over
hard road, write or teieph<*no lirwn
Pros . corner Anderson and East Braid
ADVEHTISRMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAI*S WILL BF* PRINTED IN CLAS
SI FI ED A DVBRTIBRM ENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
V EI4TISK M ENT TAKUN FOR LESS
FOB Hfr:*T— ROOM#.
up-atalra. 4 room*v parlor floor 122 Ninth
'"large, beautifui. newly fur
tilshed rooms, all convenieneep. No. 321
Barnard street, faring Puia**kl Square
NICELY FURNISHED SOUTH ROOM,
all ranvenlere* 39* Barnard street, near
ii \tw roit nt:\ i
tTP^RKNT THHBE lit m M ' FLAT
s iltable for ivous* k* eph g . het and coM
hath. 114 East Liberty.
FOR it i \ i-hoi ay*.
FOR RENT, iXiMFoRTAHLE HOUSE
No 217 W aid burg street, east between
Aherourn and Uncoln, flrat-rlaa* order
and condition; every convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. Wes: Broad and Broughton streets.
, FOR RENT OR SALE. THAT MAG
nlflcent residence on the southeast corner
of Gwinnett and l arnar-l sti eis I. 1> La-
FOR RENT. 17 DUFFY BTI
east. prveeion at once. Apply George
L Germany agent 1(5 Bryan street, east.
Ti > BI NT. 551 AND ' 225 IYTiLT *N
street, ensi; these r** g*d house* and
location ax reliant. Apply to C. A Mcln
tlre R ard of Trade Hulldlnr
FOR RENT. DESIRABLE HOUSE
good locality. Apply 415 Anderson street,
The mTlst deSiil%TTle retaTl
store in Sovsnnah; sltuatrl No 125 Whlt
ker stroet. opp*aitr new Y*ostoffice;
adntsy.i for any kind of retail trade. Ap
ply W. M A W K Coney.
STORK FOR RENT. BUSINESS Lo
cation suitable for restaurant, druggist,
shoes, notions, gents’ furnishing good*,
etc., etc.; occupi* and temporarily by E*aw.
Apply 2H East Broughton.
FOR REST— MIX' ISELAAKOI S.
i7rrfrr?7r?7i777i7 J i^
FOR RENT. CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS. FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE HAVAS
NAll CAIiIiIAOE AND WAGON CO. 11.
FOR RENT OR SALE. THAT EI.K
gnt farm, four mile* on the August.* road
(paved), containing two hundred iftd
three acres, fifty of which are under a
high state of cultivation, there are on the
place three dwellings, two lrg** turns
and parking shed, a fine artesi.m well;
4* r <
roads run through the land. I D. La-
FOR RENT. ON THE OOEBCII EE
roil, betw<tti thr*e and four-mile p.t*
(trolley . irn nearly lo two-mile land
in lot* ftorn Mie acre lo one hundred,
same can be bong lit In large or small lots
on a#y terms. (’ 11. Dor^ett.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN t'AP
ITAI#4 WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR * % 1.114 I \l* MTtTK
Set is 7X7
ITA US WILL HE PRINTED IN
SI FI El > ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR SALE. ON THE OGEE *HEE
road between three and four-mile posts
(trolley cars nearly to two-mile po? land
In lots from or.e atfe to one hundred
same can be bough? in large or small lota
on eaiy term** C II Ix>r*ett.
FOR SALE A LOT FOR TWO HUN
■ Ired doilars. easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. 11.
FOR SALE LOTS ON "NINTH "STREET
near East Broad, no city taxes, at 3200
each; twsnty-flve dollars cash, and easy
monthly payments C. II lorse?t.
FOR SALE. I*OT ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, ai 3200 each, wl.l won
tie advanced to 3225. when a lot has been
lvold for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. II Dorsett
FOR SAf.K THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Brood, have only been
sold to first-class parties, who will m.ika
good rvelghl>ors. and none others can bqy.
The terms ire very easy, and they are
cheaper than any others in tha vicinity
C. H. Doraetu I
for w% 11 —tt i.9i, narm:,
RESIDENCE AND BUILDING LOTS
for s.iU all >vcr the ttv Robert H
Tatem. real . Mat* Ualer No. 7 York
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA L*4 WILL ME PRINT KD IN CLAB
-ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS \ WORD Nn \I *
VERTISI MI NT TAKEN I* R LI.AS
THAN 3tk *
roll S4I4C-Mlstl.il %M2IIIS
80V HEM. THE UOLUII KING’ TRY
It w het > ur favorite rem-dy f ids, a
- i Id. i to a gill of h*n* \ tnakr** a
splendid muuure for Infants and 111 Iren
BENZOIN HALM MAKES TIIE SKIN
like velvet, for sale by d>tingl'd or a* lb tv
rv and Abercortt Per**se Drug Stores,
Whliakvr u*i Taylor streets
HORSES. IIOHSKS IIORSEB FOR
x.le at itti'-tioti. nt 1 mingkvve A Hlpph
stables Tu mU\. N.a 13. n** * irlo id *f
k*nhl wt'fk h'*t **i*. any t ne needli.g n g*t*l
worker will and w**ll to attend th!** *ah
FOR HALE *ONE I" LEV AT *R
drrvtge. tt4tli*'r with aUxiliai> lr*dg
l’*r |mi th ular** id-lr* ** T S Tutwil* r
Chief Engineer Plant System Savannah.
i AM; MILL. TWO HOUSES, FOR
F.ih* heap Nt riv * 1 " G M Ryals
“hPrTng field" fA fR Y IS NOTED
for having rich, pure milk, try it; you
will be pleased
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
s.tb*. H crop** fir-t yor boxes; 12.00' „ ro*
round timber, at SIBO i*ar .icre 3 per
thousand boxes fr leas- >1 t ml' . pb ty
of timber ft* L k t n five mil nof t| -
road; will glv** post* s*l ti rv w or at • nd
• a a
FIRE PIP Nd*' SAFES WR CARRY A
fine line of fir* proof nafes in stock at ill
time* Tin iturtles in -•*. xa tlv whs*
they are getting Our prtcew are .* low
as manufa Hirers sell it. with freight add
c<l Parties Inlmdel, win* wish tt iptod
fire proof safe, will do well to Inspect
our stock Li pi in an Bros . IJppmtn
Merit, ngentw ft*r vnanufacturera
fin e Tt ’RI’EN'Tim: loc * atTon
with fine body of rourxl timber. f*r sale
cheap for cash oniv !*• G. Iron OMy,
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SI FI I*: I * ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOIt TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISI* MI :\T TAKEN FOR LESS
I.OST OH FOUND.
IjOHT SATURDAY NIGIfT AT THE
Elk- Carnival or ttv Hall street Ih
tween Hit- Park and Andernon sire*-),
donbl# it' gohl watch and heavy gold
Literal reward if returned to It. M.
Ub yd. iio Anderson at rent. w*et
LOST GOLD MEDAL. INSCRIBED
*. Ml l(*td lUce Time Pri/. It* wp| If
returned to Higmund B*rg N > 219 Jones
EDI r ITIOV AL.
"YOU CAN TOO." GRADUATES ARE
er.mlng lio to gre per day W guarantee
to place yoti In (Moiltlon • •! Ilk ws*
Write t* rtk-u'li rn Ins liut* nf 8 Sn w and
Infirmary, Coiurnbus. Ge**rgia.
11l aiViAi ( •• %M HI.
7T7r7R7s7\nTv7B siTr is 7C7
ITA US WILL IIE PRINTED IN (TAB
-8111 ED ADVERTISEMENT COLI’MN
Folt TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
PH V|HI Mi.
MODERN PLUMBING IT WILL HE
to your interest to let me give you an e*
ttmatc on your plumbing, n*-w or old
work, ipair vv. rk a specialty, as I am
a practical plumber. No guess work to
endanger your life W iggins, 'phone 817.
Georgia or Hell
HIM 1.1.1.WE0t t.
movkiK your furniture. reia>tng your car
pets or matting IVrry A- Benton wtd re
dew you of all that trouble.
YEH, WE REPAIR FURNACES. WE
re|K*tr heaem we repair tar gee; we re
pair co*k stoves. vnl*r* tromptly
filied A C Price A- Cos, 8 ate and Jef
f-rs* n site- ts. 'Phones fcs
HAVE ird R HOI BE PAINTED
with German ready rnixad paint; entire
satisfaction guaranteed Adams Point
""WANTED. ONE THOUSAND lUN
gry p of.l at the Houthern Grocery Com
pany. 11l Bernard street
"WR SELL HEWER PIPE. FLUE
pipe, fire c.ay. fin* bri k at lowest prFea.
A*k%niN Paint Comiainy, 104 Congress,
PERRY A BENTON 120 STATE
street, west, will move, pack, whip or store
your furniture at short notice; also ren
ovate your old m4ttrj*et* at iwtla cost.
Bell 'phone 1124.
YOU WON'T REGRET THE COLD
< iih< r If you will let us furnish you
with a heater or range, we can sell you
cheaper titan any one else, ami will take
your old stove In exchange A 4”. Price A
Po. State nnd Jefferson streets. 'Phones
”YY I*B!NE IS THE BEST WALL FIN-
I-h made Adams Paint Cos , Savannah
agents H>4 C ngreaa. west
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
in every dollar of your hard-earned hard
(i#h at ihe Southern Grocery Company,
til Bsrnnrd sir* et
THE STOCK OF~OOODB IN THE
store. !2 Broughton street, east, known is
Gardner's Ilataar. must be sold; part!***
wishing can purchase la lots and prices
Tim SHOW CASES COUNTERS AND
fixture- m the store 12 Broughton street,
east, known nn Gardner’s Basnar. for sole,
they must go
ill UCB YOim LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing our hnrd-earnrd hard cash
with th# Southam Grocery Company, 114
WE ABE STILL IN TIIE PLUMBING
business rind *-*lll do #■•<*! work at ex
tremely low prices: our IS cents mantel Is
o fkcarh; we have them from 10 cent* up
and wftl roit thetn up for you. give u* a
e*|l. A ('. Price A Cos , pi*4nes 4'4, Htate
anl J* ffenon streets
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES Go
ing for less than first cost at 12 Broughton
street, east, store known us Gardner's Ba
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA 144 WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAH
-81 FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LEAS
For sale at all .News Stands
V— nt 04 for ti'tnatursi
ti*'hsrr-r, ii UkH.uikti *•,
rriuitoo* or ul> miiata
t t*t <t co- torait.rkriou.
i‘*ini<*M. ktfl sot uma>
, g-bt or p* ttoti^u*.
JAold by ItrtiKflita,
or srot In ghin wrpfwr.
hr • ms. sresaH. toe
flt flit. >r 3 twitfjee g,
( iruld* —t on --- TTgj.
OLD NEWBPAPFJUt. > for 25 crnu> -•
Aiu.lncu om..c Morning Nti.
%i n\ mi.i> rnin%%.
UPRIGHT PIANO. HORSE. CAR*
••KT*. n Io \ i v i;n
VI %l ( Tlo\.
( . 11. VH>M*KTT. % netlmieer,
win e Monday. iah n ovioek. xs
T of ic *,*i* 2 I'arlor or
< ii,**l t >rjMim, 3 l<Chi.-I a Ad
jw*i*ih • ‘J lit Rack*. • <**rpet*.
lo |* rlt utketf. Parlor Ht l lnndv.iyu*
M<i -iv** W t nut 11*■.!room Set. M
I • >f r*.rtitrm'v.t,i| r-**d l*i< iur#.
VS •i. <' •' .! |; m*- 2 if!l<'* and Parlor
S'o\* U i it t’rii*. 2 Hnf.%, Krench
|:h in. . h a,r Mi. htr>*, Willow Kockrr.
A ( a I (iu • ! , . and t k*od Draft
110 l r
l U I Of HOP! HT m a * S RT
** IU lit I I
' r• ■ * * ■K< • M rtf nf rafaiaa
* or M* ot il • M ** Knir>. Thunder
i* ‘ itte I . k .l W, i Kud.
1 ‘all \ • x* . t * ! s ...J. t u> cfuttiae
iv It houi i t •
IHUfi or IIoPK.
Dv tiiy fr 1 . Il l. li, „f H.*pa~~
* 3' un from ini for It-dton
7TO ciiii fr m Tent* *.-•* im fr T*nth
R3* am from T*nt?i ; am for Tenth
9 lit itin rr. rn liolttm n <*• mit or Truth
10 3*l itiu from Ti ittli lom am f..r T* nth
U’ ■* .i'n from I >ti l un fr ludion
1 15 pm fr. in It u .1 im for T nth
2 so i*m from Truth 2 <* pm for T*mh
3 .t* pm from Tenth 2 f pm for hol oa
4 -i |m (kmii Tenth lot (ail for Tenth
.• ;<m t id IVuth l i*o pm f rT* nih
fi Opm fi.in Tenth i it) (Mn f*i Tenth
7 m |**n from Truth 70 pm f• * Truth
t >• pm from Truth ' i* lm (ot Tenth
i ipm 11. in Truth 9 141 pm for Tenth
10 At ptn (tom Tenth In 0) pm for Tenth
,11 flu ton for Truth
Lv city lor Mong ry | hv Monttmuierv
h jo mi from T* nth i 7 15 am for Tenth
2 .10 pin fiofii Tenth I 15 pm for Tenth
o .iU pin (lom Tenth j (i u pin for Tenth
Lv city foi i’.t l ark L\ t uitlt P*rk
o }i am from ilium . in am for Holton
i.m am ftoin Holton muu am for Holton
IUU pm from Itoit ii lin pm for Holton
£ 30 pm from it>> to . . ■ pm for Holton
* o* pm t -in lied urn *> pm for lloliou
M I** pin from Dolion >At pm for Holton
Cor l*a\•• * H‘|in lie. Juft flon &
a in un*! ivi ry thirty uitnut* * thereaft r
until 11 n* m
rr hMi ruun<lertH*lt ut a in and
• \*ry thlrti minute* thereafter until
12 ifl mUlnttfiit, for Holton atreei Junc
Kit V. HI 11T AM* 1* A lit lI.VaH
Tills ear r ifilm trailer for
oil Hit trip* ai*l have** west *l‘le or city
market f*r li* *f llojie, Thunlerlolt
in I all lilt* rtue.llate |Hints at 9.(At a. m.,
1 (r p m . 5 m p m
I.e/iv h l**l* of I lop*, for Thunderbolt,
(Tty Market and all Intermediate teilnta
at f:00 a. in , ll:0U a in . 2:19 p m
WIWT KND ('AH.
Cnr leaves wnl rhie of city market for
VVeaf l.nd • <>o i tn mi.l e\. iy 4* inlnutea
then after durlnir the dm until II p m
Wert Knl of •- a m and fr/-
ery 4u minutes th*r- ft t durlnit the day
until 12;U0 o'chs k mtdniaht
It M l.4rT‘N. Uen Mir.
T ~K :
f EAST INDIAN i
V Cur*. Cora*. Buolsat usd Warti
S(u,dily aod Without Poin.
FOB SUE IT ALL DRUGGISTS.
& UPPMAN BROTHERS, 5
\ WholcouU Druffflot*.
& Lippmon'i Block, la.troth Ot
Ary BUP V KS
: >7 Cnffe
lp-1 -.•* Bi* *■•.
i• >*i l"U "ii.ou t'i.
i itl-n * • liot-Vh i feiMPvl 41* r-U*.
* •Nc • Mmaianl tun.
JUr Promote the Appetite
1/ und Pul Flesh on Thin
J Ail f M> •>■!
/ U ®wpic. hv.u r*n h r*f t*r Ulr
*.*>•* rr> Iw m Mm
W ot V -i*o Vir At ii-1 ' .m o*o
■ con eua* a co , tit.
Merchant - ind and aler* will And It to
their Interest to irlve u* n call All kinds
of nKn luirxllF' .it nun (on In .ots to suit
SAVANNAH AI'OTH N ANI COMMUL
in Whitaker atree.
rorthlanmentß toUAtid K*tiementa day
PROMPT ATTKNTIoN TO HOnSG
f Watch paper for day of aalea.
FINK FLOIUDA OKANGG*.
Fltt ITS ANI> VEviKTABLEa of all
HEED ItVE, SEED OATH.
|IA V. CiKAIN. FEED. FEOITR.
( lIL.ESE. BEANH. Poa*. Hk'e Straw, etc.
W. 1). Kim kins A: Cos
Gai.lr UoltiOM UuaabraUa ft.
Z. M. GILBERT & CO. !