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fag ends of legislation.
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IlCt'Ollß CMBNBHAI. JIHKmV,
| |mi ( Imlliam Will Hr Bifrpt
t.,l From Operation of Nrw 4 outlet
Hill. In lf Should Become n
vtl |lng fur Election of illy tHßeera
i,, oetftolm Couwcll—Hefuuud to
Discs** Ihr 1111 l taking Tkfsr Of
-11, , r kppulnf 1% c* by Ihr Mayor.
I ranch*** I'll Mllle Haanlf From
>rr U oi Maury to Meet Ypproprta
t e ntative David Walla came down
I, rt At-anla yaau-rday morning and will
l r it i,t city until to-morrow evening.
h will return. Mr. Wells told n
v u i v- News reported that there will
, jifflcuhjr in having Chatham coun
4, mrted from the operation of the
i(l placing the control of mhdemeanor
x ,n the hands of the Prison Com
in t ray whether or not the bill will
t* ome a law. At any rate this county
a *l* other counties In the mate which
1 and work their own tn 1.-demeanor j
, ~icta w I I have but little trouble In se
c , .g their exception fr.m the provision*
# ,• law. It U fortunate for Chatham
t ai this l* the feet ”
Mr Well* r*td he would introduce the
), in reference to the election of city
* by Council, which had been ajv
tr by Council some time since. In
j ; IV . . m form this hill provide* that
mt • . s now elective by Coun i!. tuel
tli , on thereto the hcalt* of the po- *
li * hr-" and public work* department*,
* (l i elected biennially nt the flr*t
„ • r ;n January. Mr Wella stat^l
t ■ bill would be changed before It
* r ?reduced, so ns to moke the elec*
if, Uy officers come off at the mee#-
lr,f f.'lowing the election of Mayor and
A1 tv n. As the date of the mayoralty
ei* n will probably be chanced at the
pre.o-itt session of the legislature. the
c.a ee of the bill fixing the date of the
. . <;> of officer* is uniting until this
* , r pi t*>*r<l change 1* made
Uhl!' Mr Wells would net discos* the
subject, it Is understood that there i* in
ti handa of another member of th** dele*
ginon a bill providing for the sele :loi
of It' *fflo©rs In a very different man
n©r This *te the one that places th. m
all with three principal exceptions, with
in ’he appointive power of (he Mayor.
Th*- exception* are understood to be ?h“
city treasurer and the h* a I* of the pi'e
an- Ar* departments. The bill, it Is fur
ther understood, provides for (he op nim
m* I by the outgoing Mayor of all the
pr* nt appointive ofH ♦ r.c They ar. to
be appointed too. .after ihe election for
M c.or and Aldermen.
Mr Weil* would not say whether <v
not such a bill would to introdu • I or
dl- use It In any way. Jit said thnt It
was hi* personal Intention 'o Intro luc .
with the minor change aonv© outline!,
th*- bill which has 1 tne a|>rov 1
of Council, if th* other 111 tho.il<! nls
> e introduced. I v an th- m mVr of the
Chatham delegation, ill* re would !e In
teresting times in th- G* n-rai Assembly.
Mr Wills anni that t •** bills changing
r term* of the County Commissioner* j
m that they would begin on Jan. 1, In
<l of on March 1, and providing for ■
the election of a clerk to the board, with- j
in five days after they have taken theor j
s at*, would •hortly be Introduced. and
i ■ believe# there will be practically no
. ftb'uliy In securing their passage
plough l>oih houses. According to his
• brstundin* of the matter, the bills are
* t opposed by tho present Hoard ■of
Mr. Well* was ask* 1 what position ;
t uld b* taken by himself and the other
m< tubers of the Chatham delegation on
i o hill providing for the taxation of
fr irtchlse*. **! huve reached no concJo
i a," tie answered, **ns my opportunities
of investigating the merits of the bill
have been meager. My understanding of
1h that It propose* to tax th franchises
which Involve the U-** of the public
j*rests ami other property belonging to \
♦he people. Kail road and street railway !
•mpanies. telegraph and telephone com- '
p.ntes. electric light and power comiwi- j
Me*, aiil others which use the streets, j
•re specifically Included within the oper- j
at lon of the law.
”! don’t know whether It would be n
t od thing or not. So far as I am advised,
the franchise* of street railway com
taides In this nart of the state are not
worth a very great (led, a* It ha* been
some time since I have heard of one of
them declaring any very large dividend
up n Its capital flock. If such a dividend
1 been declared I have missed hearing
While my own view* on the *ubject
sre thus unsettled,*' suhl Mr. Wells, “my
rpnlon Is that unle** some vigorous a
t! <n Is taken, by tho e primarily affected
1 the operation of the proiKis- *1 law. I*,
will be passed I am a mainh< r of the
Ways and Means Committee of the House
mi I while, ut the meeting at which th*
h. was considered. I cam* In too late
t > h-ar It read. I was present when the
\ was tak* n. Tlie 'ot* to reiort the
I favorably was practically unan mous.
1 had reached no decision in the mat
i. myself, 1 did not vote nt all.”
Mr. Wells was asked for . opinion o
to ihe hopefulness of the project to ln
the legislature to make an appro
t iMon t nard* the erection of the pro-
I monument to Oglethorpe.
am rather afrakl it will not be suc
* - fu!.’ he said. “While I should like
to have the appropriation mad* . the need*
th* various statt k*|sirtments have so
v :ly increastnl. that the question of
w*v and m*ans lias msumed the dignity
’ * problem. This fact accounts for the
*•' |..us of revenue-producing bills that
h been introduced or are .iwiling In*
r non In the (Jfnrral Assembly. A
r -miiui might serve to accomplish the
b -l-for purpose, but m the present state
finances it la certainly very doubt
Mr Wella favors, as a business proposl
* • t • bill providing for the erection of
to Attmta 0
" ere the g4.'s>.o>X> now* In the state tree*-
l " ip’d-d to this purpose,” he said, “the
Interested would pay t*> the state an
*■ " *i, rental of S3O,0 < for twenty years.
k en*l of fifteen years, when the
to 14i* retirement of which th#
in the treasury l* to be devoted will
there will have been paid In from
,f al a- much a* Is now In the trvas-
y ‘ and the state will own the depot.
1 state owns the lard upon which
’!• • nt de|>ot aland*, and It i* con
' I with the possibility of the mads
r it away from this site add building
J i***t of their own some where else.
■ they adi>pt this course,, the value
- pr*g>erty woukl be very per
'’' ihly (k-ertased.
“ not only a question of giving At
• a depot from the state funds, a* wo
s* em to , otwMder It It Is a clean
. * uslness ptopositlon. and In my optn
*®r he advantage* to the state arc ad
side of devoting the money In the
;r V to the suggested purpose. If the
** • > general decides that this use of
•mi | b KH | # the depot. In all probab
wili he ertced by the state.”
O%%<•* riillsMlelphln l-’lrttis.
rbs Menge of Savannah, describing
n. Hied an applicntlon for *
unkrtipt. \ in the United States Court
r ‘*ay The scheduh* ap|>ende*l to the
t ; "how 4 he iMiiikrupt to be inde >teJ
# nr lous I'hiladclphia mercantile Urms
corporations In the aggregate sum
♦•.•Oi ju. There are no asset/
NO FRANCHISES GRANTED YET.
(Continued from Tenth Tage.)
as to the future of the road The pros
pect of Bull street being extended out
Whit# BiufT road was brought up and Mr
Lester said that he would be willing to ac
cept a condition requiring the road and
railroad track to be kept in such condi
tion by the us* of some hard material as
would make the track no obstruction to
travel for a distance of one mile from the
city. This was AUlerinan Thomas sug
The question of what he was willing to
pay for the city franchises was plainly
put to Mr latter by Alderman Dixon.
Mr 1 tester evidently did not like the idea
and said that other growing cities of this
section were s** 'king to attract enterprise*
of thi* kind instead of discouraging them,
if C ouncil demanded a price, he ►aid, he
supposed h** would have to comply
Mayor Myer* n.so remarked that It was
lime* for the city to demand a price for
franchises of this kind.
Mr Mayor, what did the present street
railway lines t*ay for the franchise* they
iw)iv enjoy’’' inquired Alderman (Jr.iham
Not one cent.' 1 promptly replied the
Mr Randolph Arslerson said that as a
property owner on the White Bluff road,
he was opposed to the railroad passing
by his property. He had declined to grant
n rtgnt of way and d*l not want the ruad
He believed shat the city would grow
southward, and that his property would
he a part of the city within a few years,
and that his property woukl he more val
uable men should the road not be butt:
now. He did not propose to cut hie prop
erty up Into negro seniemeuts. he *aWl.
White Bluff road would become a part
of Bull street in time and he did not
think raliroad should bo permitted on
any part of this street.
Mr Anderson’* remark* seemed to
arouse the resentment of the fr>n le of
the petition. Mr Ben Wells <mid that
the city of Sjvar.anh was a part of rhM
ham county ami that wha< benefited ths
county benefited tho city.* He owned a
great deal more land on the rood than
Mr. Anderson did. and he witnced the roal
because it would benefit h‘m and help
that section of the county. If the city
could, by gr iming on** fninohl*'* benefit
a large numlier of citlxena and help to
Jevelop one of the best sections of the
county, he thought It its duty to do so
Mr. Oliver safe) that there wrere several
o*hcr proparty owners who occupied the
mid" position ns Mr. At#ler*on, and It
was Just on this account that It had been
necessary’ to get the charter of the Ver
non Shell Rond Company
order t-> toaura a right of way *
Mr. !>. Y. Dancy said he and other
property owners at White Bluff and
along the line of the road bad no Inter
■** whatever In the Vernon Shell road or
the proposed railroad. They did not care
whether Mr. Lester built, or who built It.
-< they got the road.
Mr. Kohk- Jones mid that s a proier y
oisiior on the White Bluff he was
.leslroiw of e.-ln Mr I*e*4er*s proje-t
out. and he t>eileve<l the mtjor-
Ity of the property owners on "the road
took the name view of the mat'er.
This erv|el the dlseuMton a, to the Ver
non Fhell RoH Company's petition, an 1
that of Mr J 8 Coiltr* wus taken up
Mr Collins ask- for practically the sinv
route os does Mr t.ester, only Itls subur
ban lln runs to Thutxireribjli, Instead
to White BiufT He now has a line the
I 111 Sovann th and Isle of Hoie from
Waters avenue to Thunderbolt, which Is
Ivins Idle. Mr. Colllna desire- to eslerd
this Him- from Waters avenue alorx Ail
derson street to Briee atreet, and on
I’rlee. Bay, Montxomery and Twelfth
Streets, so ns to form an Inside licit cm
neetlmc with his Thundertolt line.
Mr Collins only spokesman In
bt’h tif of Ms petition lie referred to th
several numerously s|ne<l petitions which
he hast presented io Coun II In behalf
of hi- request The name, of practically
all the l.utflmv* men of the city were to
oe found upon thesc petitions, he said.
„nd tnose Were men who did not elan pe:'-
ilotis thoußrr:l'--'•> Mr. Collins s-ild that
h. was also seekinx to develop a portion
of the eoiintv which, at pree.eit. Ims n
street v.'tllway facilities. The present line
to Thunderbolt l of no beneflt to a lame
part of th> southeastern section of the
county, he i-oid. He also proposed to |wn
his line in a portion of the city'which Is
now- without street railway facilities and
which would thereby be built up and In
••I am not nsklna for in option on a
franchise," said Mr. Collins. "I am ask
ins for a franchise, tilve me a franchise
and 1 will (five whatever bond Is required
that I will build the road
Mr. Collins was asked If he were will
ing to isiy for the franchise he aomrht.
lie rep ted that he did not want to pay
for It, bttt that he woukl do 4 If neeea
. try. He already hail piece of road ly-
Inx idle In the country which could not
lm profitably operated, he said, without
connection with city lines.
Mr. Collins was asked howl much time
£e would want to signify his acceptance
cf a fran ’hise If offered lo him by the
city ntsl replied, "Konir enough *o write
an acceptance." Mr lister had stall’d
In reply to a similar question that he
would want sixty to ninety days In which
to confer with the parties with whom he
had been In correspondence, and ascertain
whether ihey would accept the franchise
with the various condl'lone attached wh ch
Council seem—] deposed to Impose. Mr.
ai r also said that he wouhl he willing
to jtvc a iv>nd of aout 10.000. as a (tuar
iintee of the completion of the road. In
dicatlnr that he did not think any rea:er
bond -hould he required.
Mr. Collins sold that if the people at
White Bluff wanted to build a road he
would be glad lo make connections wlh
them at Twelfth street. In answer to
questions, however, he said that thin did
not mean that he would let them operate
their cars on hta lines, hut simply tha
he would make a traffic arrangement
Mr. Collins remarked that If Council
could not see Its way clear to irtve him t i
entlre route asked for. he woukl he will
ing to accept a route on Anderson to
Montgomery north on Montgomery to
Boy and on Bay to Bull, truatlng to his
ability to get the real of the route at
some later time. Mr. Colllna was asked
if he thought he arrange to use the
tinea of the Parsons syM,m on Bay street,
as tntditional tracks on that street would
he objectionable, but could make no delf
nlte reply on this point.
There were no other speakers on behalf
qf Mr. Collins' petition Mr. I). V Dancy
arose and Mated that It had been pretty
clearly brought out In the dtum-lon that
Price and Montgomery were Ihe only
streets available for street railway pur
poses which Ihe city has left to dispose
of, and he <hought this to be the strongest
argument that could be brought to hear
why the southwestern aeetlon of Ihe coun
ty should bo favored In disposing of these
streets ond not Ihe southeastern, which
Is already provided with street railway
This concluded the discussion and the
r-.cxena who had taken part tn this rather
Interesting meeting withdrew. The eom
mlttee spent about fifteen minutes in dis
cussion and then adjourned. Mayor My
ers stated that no action had l>een taken
and that the matter had been continued
to a special meetrng to be called some
time next week, when aU Interested will
l.e Invited to hel*reent to give expreselun
to their views He alao stated that the
r-'ty engineer had been Instructed to pre
piro maps showing the routes asked for
In the petition so that council could get
a belter Idea of what was desired, as
well as of the manner In which the atreeds
would be affected by granting any of
these routes. t
Heath of Henry Hath.
Mr. Henry Both, formerly of Savannah.
1 lied yesterday morning at Newburgh, N.
y from heart failure. A telegram an
nouncing his death was received here dur
i tog the forenoon Ills funeral will take
j place at Nowburgh to-morrow morning.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17.1900.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
pound is Especially Successful in
Curing this Fatal Woman's Disease.
Of all the diseases known with which the female organism is afflicted, kidney
disease ia the moat fctal in fact, unless curly and correct treatment is ap
plied. the weary patient seldom survives.
Being fully aware of this, Mrs. Pinkhara. early in her career, p-ave ex
haustive study to the subject, and in producing her preat remedy for woman's
fils Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound nus careful to see that it
contained the correct combination of herbs which was sure to control that
fatal disease, woman's kidney troubles. The Vegetable Compound acts in har
mony with the laws that govern the entire female system, and while thcro
are many ao called remedies for kidney troubles, Lydia K. Piukhan.s
table Compound is the only one especially prepured for women.
The following letters will show how murvellously successful It is:
Auir. B. IW.
•• Pear Mrs. Pinkham : I nm fail
ing very fast.—since January Have
lost thirty-live or forty pounds. I
Rave a yellow, muddy complexion,
feel tired, and have hearing down
pains. Menses have not appeared for
three months: sometimes I am trou
bled with a white discharge, ami I also
have kidney and bladder trouble. . .
I have been this wav for a long time,
and feel so miserable I thought I
would write to you. and see if you
could do me any good."— Miss Edna
Frederick. Troy. Ohio.
Sept. 10, DW*.
“Pear Mrs. Pinkham: I have
used Lvdla K. Pinkhum's Vegetable
Compound according to directions,
and can say 1 have not felt so well
for years as Ido at present. Before
taking your medicine n more miser
able person you never saw. I could
not cat or sleep, and did not care to
talk with any one. I did not enjoy
life at all. Sow. 1 feel so well I can
not be grateful enough for what you
have done for me. You are surely a
womans friend. Thanking you a
thousand times. I remain,
Miss Edna Frederick.
“T>ear Mrs. Pinkham: —I have
taken live bottles of Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and cannot
praise it enough. 1 had headaches.
am KHV ARD. We with lh National <7!tf Hank of Lynn. t-VioO,
¥l# HI fIU W I“G‘ l* l** I*tl ( any |**r*oi who ran fin 1 that UraL.Tr testimonial Irttrr*
arr not or w*r* puMjsiiml Ir-f.-rn obtaining th*- wrltrr’* ►**<• mj i*.r
VUVVU mission. LYDIA K I'l NKHAM MKDK’INB 00.
AYAItIII>U CIGAR MAKER*.
Arr Giainx U* Alannfnrtnrrra nt
Tnniim %suc|i Trnllr.
Ttir Cuban-American M imifartuiinfc
Com ini ny, of which H*n. Herman Myers
Is president, m having a Krc.it deal of
(rouble with (ha cigar maker* at Tampa.
The comioiny operates three factories a
Tampa, the Kl Moclelo, the Corlna, ami
the Rosa de la Cuba, employing about
#H> operative* In all.
The cigar pc pie are great on unions.
They have three unions, the Resistencla.
01 Hianlsh union, the Int-riuttl(nal or
Cuban*American union. anl a strictly Un
ban union. A peculiarity of these union*
1* that they object lo h.ivioK the member*
of any other union work In (he same fac
tory with them. There was a *o*t of
treaty or agreement between the Rcslsten
da an*! the International unions, how
ever, by which member* of the two un
ions worked In the same factories. Th..-*
treaty expired recently and neither side
teemed willing to renew It. The result
wn that bosh union* mad* demands upm
the manufacturers that only memlieni of
their unions be employed Tins put the
manufacturers In a hole because If a fac
tory attempted to work the member*
of cn* union, th* other union rl - 1 a
row'. The Mortfnß Nw* ha- published ac
count* daily of (he trouble at Tatmu
Mayor Myer* sold yesterday that he had
written the mitingcr of the Cuban-Ameri
can Company to throw open hl fa morb s
to free |.\bor of any kind, no matter
what union the operativc- l***)one<l to.
ar.d if he were interfered with In any
way to appeal to the court* for protection.
\\faen asked about the matter Mayor
Myers said he did not mean by .infM-allni;
to the courts to Imply that tn*- United
States pp>vernm*'nt phouid be called upon
for troops to suppress the rlo This was
a last resort, lo hr used. h- said, when the
resources of the state hod failed. As th©
factories had done nothing to bring on
this war among the opera#lves and ns it
was r< ? a quarrel between manufactur
er* and operatives he sw no reason wkv
the manufneturers should not be given the
protection cf the court- ami the otieratlve*
enjoined from Inb rferlng w!h them
Mayor Myers said that on ae.uunt of
the frequent labor disturbances nt Tampa
he would gladly remoy* one or mor* of
the factories there to Savannah If assur
ed of a sufficient supply of laln>r here.
The trouble at present 1s that t’ur* I*
practically no skilled Mbor In tbc cigar
making line to be had here, othersl- • the
move, the Mayor says, would In a cer
Ill* roi M\ DEAD.
lln*. David AA ella Rrrclwed 3*4 New*
Hon. David Wells received i telegram
late last nL;ht announcing the death of
hi* counsln. Dr. J. R Wells >f Philadel
phia. Mr. Wells that ih* death
was ulden. thougo the telegram s mply
stated that death occurr*-*! at 6 o'clock.
Dr. Walla was about €5 year* of age and
had been a practicing physic.a ns In Phil
adelphia for a number of years. Ait hough
only a cousin the relations b* ween him
self and Mr. Wells were very clow and
they were more like brothers than
roitsln*. He was not known in Huvan
nah. Mr. Well* wr'll attend th** funeral.
If he can arrange for hi* absence from
leucorrhoea, falling of the womb, and
kidney trouble. 1 also had a pain
when studding or walking, and noujc
tiiucs there seemed lo In* halls of tiro
in front of me, so that 1 could not sea
for about twenty minutes. Felt aa
tired in the morning when I got up
as if I had had no sleep for two week*.
Had faint ing spells, was dow-henrt and,
and would erv. M — Mrs. Rkrtha Orr.it,
Second and Clayton Sts., Chester i*a.
“ Dear Mr*. Uinkiiam; I cannot
find language to express the terrible
suffering 1 have hail to endure. 1 had
female trouble, -.—
also liver.stomach, Tf
kidney, and blad- Ju
dcr trouble. .. . 1 /
1 tried several doc- Y w XkV f
tors, also quite aJ T w W I
number of patent t \Ctl # t
medicines, and had I JC
despaired of ever a
getting well At
last I concludcfl
try Lydia K.
ham's Veg* table
Cumnound. and now, thanks to your
medicine. lam a well woman. I can
not nraise your medicin too highly
for I know it will do all, and even
more, than it is recommended to do
I tell every suffering woman about
your Vegetable Compound, and urge
them t 4 try it and see for themselves
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!lii't.K, Ng Marudiester, Ind.
( Alt AIN AL ( MHK3 T-I)AV.
3lw* Will split | p to (,n to Altinii)
nml t l lilrnuo.
This k the hist day of the* Elk*’ **rnl
vsl. To-night th*- last performance* of
the various show* and attraction* in tn*
cjirniv.il will be given, tmd to
morrow nigh: the nhow* will get on the
road, some for hom* and other* for exhi
bit lon* at other place*. Thta afternoon vis
itors to the ground* will be admit ted at
the cate without tickets, and tbe attrac
tion* will remain open.
Manager Huffman of the Bostock show.-
will a omt>any .ve of them to Al
bany and theme to Jacksonville, where
celebrations art- to be held The other
show* will return to Chicago, when they
J he shows wi.l )>*• ready to leave Ptivsn
nab on a -Sunday - was the ca**- wnet
they wen- pre|>ar*l (o 4***ve f'olum >u
Tne same ditfk ulty tiwit *i*'iayf.| iheir ap
pearance here wil prevent their getting
away Jua a* soon a* wi* lnten<led, .e
fnignt train* are not liowt*t to run in
GorgU on Butakty, and u wiil be n- * -
ai> to wait untd after 12 o’clock on Hun
day night heror** they can start.
No representative of th*- show* will
have to remain behind lo Hetti* up with
the Elks. .Settlement tuia been effected
nghtly, and no iong .uvount* ha.*- to la*
goiv over for th** s!mw to kirn Just
where they get off Ther stay in 8i
vannah has not be**n quit** profitable
to them *s they hud hoped. Mr Huffman
said, though some money has be* n made.
Had ihe bum ms* of the flrl w. k equal
ed that of this week, there would have
been no cause for complaint. Th** cool
■Weather that developed hist w*e-|< wn*
responsible for the attendance not hav
ing been a* large as was desired.
The Elks will |>r<hably char some
money. Just how much they will make
cannot lx- said, an J the committee qo •
not mike an> c-.-rtmat.s All accounts
will be mad* up within a few day*, and
n announcement of the result* wi;l th**n
Director General G D. Benson of the
Carnival will leave within two or three
d>* for his home in Chicago. •* *tn£an
l**d by Mrs. Ibnujii. The Elk* In Wil
mington, N. C., were endeavoring to in
duce him to go to that city to undertake
the management of a * irnlval, but he ad-
Vl-C'l them Afllr.d It Itet-ause of the late
ness of the season. During hi* stay In
Savannah Mr Benson ha,- m* le many
friends wno w:II r*gret having him depart
from among them
FOIt KEEPING OPEN X ADA A.
Barber Gordon X-nirnred to Pay
A* a result of the determination of the
1 os* barber* of the city lo prosecute
those of th-lr number who persist In
keeping open on Sunday, Dayman Gor
don, the prop Do? or of a Congress street
shop, was arraigned before Judge Nor
wood In the City ('cam yesterday and sen
tenced to pay a fine of 325. The fine
onin:lly Inflicted whs too. hut Judge
Norwood consented to reduce It at the
special Invlance of defendant's counsel,
Mr. It. L. C’oWing. who said that Gordon
was a man of family and very small
meant. The evidence of gtillt was too
•kar to admit of coatradlctiou
CLASSiFiE J AiiVtH lISEMENTS.
run Ml* \i
"LA DIE# WEEK”" 1 ‘Ft EE OF
charge . r. a pin will b* put in your
brooch, on thr presentation of thi** idv —
> ut It *>ut .nl bring tl to l>g*‘e, 31 Kwt
Hroughtou. hair. j*wrlry anl •'•
•Upi>i> ho ie The pUiv §*t*r ex. . |* v 'e
for repaint .: watches. * l*e k*. *p l l
anl Jfw*|i>. eiigr.ivmg don* while you
watt. r**h civrii for ll g*l*l • *1 *ll' *r;
•priktl Jttn.iiKl tin*, week to tn*k< Lwiuge .
OIL lIEATEKB. WfJOD HEATER.
rol h‘Nttf. cook r*to'4">i and range* Re
liable fc>nxl C. I*. Miller, agent.
MORPHINE. OPIUM LAUDANUM
, oooaltu* t. r it wi.l inform
you of permanent home cure.
Mary 8 Baldwin. Box 1-1-. Cld-Jgo
aivi:rtißi:menth set in dap-
ITAIaS WILL BE PRINTED IN DI.AB
- Al\ I:RTIBI!MKNT t’OLl MN
FOR TWO I’ENTB A WORD NO AD
VERT I HEM ENT TAKEN FOR LI.BS
IS YOUR IRON SAFE FIRE-PRoOF?
Stlffel K Freeman hav<* * atunding ofT r
of ll.utki f'r every *•(' of their make that
doe* not preserve tt* content* one *afe
n.i. in burning dehrle 1U Itour* When
taken oti< the Jai*e had to be turtle.l on
It When opened, not a pg* wa-* *llc4
or*d. not a r <rl l**t. •>>• tlollar d
afroyetl If you want *eourlty. buy
HtlfT-l A- Freeman eafe. C. I*. Miller,
YOU will LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dnlrjr; If • rl k end pur#; if)
FURNITURE UP! MAT
treraen ri tiov.it*' I. Antique furniture re
|K)ll*hed furniture parkel and shipped tn
t*o*tt manner Send me your order*. C*
I*. Miller, agent.
OElsHflllO NURSERY. OPPOSITE
Cathode Cerretet hr>vant tiemuma.
t'RtiH lla Jap<fi| . ate ar. i • p.ilm*, flow
er* and floral •! *lgn* your oMer*
with J. Gardner, agent. 1J Brmighton.
SPECIAL AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of new willow rocker*. ladies' *i*e. at I*
J. W Teeple.
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Br.uighton ring up if you want to
have your furnl ura moved or packed for
-hlpmeni or Morage. I guarantee pri e*
the tame a* 1 do the work that’* gl en
o nve. A S. GrifTlii. 414 Broughton dr tl.
writ, mattre*4-a mada t * order
IF ITS IIUOS YOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them rl*'tper from McOldl *.
MILLER SToVES AND RANGES
give mt I* fact lon The MaictudU Exjcio
m!>4. Waidorf. King. atnl other goo<l
make* at rvanonahh pn-rw. Af? Brough
KIiNHfNOTON FARSI MILK IH CN
•urpassed for rtchnea; and livery Is per
fect; phoi.e, 2.Hf<
SEE MILLER J R OFFICE DESKS,
ofllca table*, c ftl a matting, office had**
3W Broughton, west
WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLIS* SIXTY
tnrh to-ceff| rvigs. you will buy them.
Just can’t help It. will pell In any qu.n
BEE “THE JEWEL STOVES AND
range* for sale by J W Teepe, *Bo
agent for Insuran e ga*<M!nn stove.
“FURNITURE MOVET* WITH CARE.”
Is a fqtectnlty with M^illll*.
MILLER H NEW STYLES IN CAR
pets, mat mg, lln !urns, window *hades.
etc. AH work done m flrst-c a * style. 207
Biought n. west.
FLORA if DESP I NSf Bf 'LBS HY A
r ntfi* nnrrlaut (stlrns. cut (lower* fro-n
Of larhlg’s nursery, optosße Datholle Cem
♦•tery , Leave orders w;th J. Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton, east
M GILLIS* ~ LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your pa r lor.
M'GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS
lace curtain*, hammocks, water cootem.
pillow*, picture*, *tove*. bedroom null*,
and furniture of ever# description.
JI It HITYB NICK RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last. Large a sort men t of
rockers, dl\ ana and en*y chairs. C. P.
Kl \S'.‘ M IS ON AN
elevation In the country, fre. from city
drainage ImposstHe for ml!k to l>eceuie
contaminated, by fmpur* odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk, phone 2346 I>w
llv ry prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
■M’GILLIS MOVES I*ACKS SHIPS
an l *to*e* pa*i-*e and furniture, lest work
only, no ‘ <*heai-John” p Ires—no "Chtup
GOLD FISH AND FOOD." WATER
graw*. bone flour.
J Gardner, agent, for the present at 12
SI.OO FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they la*t. O f Miller, agent.
$ SO FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they last. Big assortment, all grade* of
art -quore . rugs, mats, portieres C. P.
M JII.LIS HULLS SIXTY INCH R
Smyrna t>atterns—for to cents,
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
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FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
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OLD NEWSPAPERS, •> for 25 cent*, at
BuHlhes* Ofll Miming New*
ii r.Dir al.
IIOW ARE TOUR FEET? IF YOUR
fret are troubling you. call on tvr and I
will give you re|p f I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all diseases of the feat
without pain; hurge* rciaonaMe; can
ulvr the tst r©f ranee* In the city; t fl
uent* treated al r*-*ldence*; orders ran
Ire left at Livingston's drug store, Hull
and Uongreffs stre-**; te'ephone 233. Um
favls. surßeon chiropolist
HELP AV ANTED—M ALE.
n uT7 : rrY
collector and to assist in office Addr -s
giving rrfvrenes. W F , care this office.
WANTED. A COMPETENT STE.VO
grapher; able to keep *drn;4* account
bojk*. Box 45. Morning News
WANTED. STENOGRAPHER AND
assistant i*ookk**ets r, must iw *xp r|-
encetl. A*idreva F.. care M rnlig New*.
WANTED. FOR FLORIDA DRY
goods *ab'*rn.tn in I plain wink>w Uecor
a or. g*'Oi| st aly position Apply with
ri fetenter. Ilox 79, Pajafkri. Fk
WANTED A WHITE MAN TO MILK
and mak* himself genefsHy *u*eful on a
small ijlur* at l*le r.f Ho; e. Apply E G
Black. A Bryan, east.
* DISTRICT MANAGER WANTED TO
reprifsnit u* in Bout he st G oga <nd
North Flordta; our liivsm*nt -< ntr*/> *
are now rec*gnlx*l *•*< urides and ag* (a
find them the roo*t desirable to sell; wi is
to-Uay lor pnftlcuiar* Tontine Bursty
C* mp.ny, 701 Lowne< Hulking, AtianCi,
WANTED. TWO ITRBT-CLASB COAT
and trouser rnakert Apply G Fomin!, No.
45 Hull *(re*-t
WANTED. 81X UNION CARPEN
ters. 32 50 per day and fran-portallon here.
F. Ogram. Ja k-onvlJe, Fla.
BALEBMEN WANTED TO BELL OUR
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade, we are the larges? anti only man
ufacturers In our line in the world; liberal
salary paid. Address, Mfg Cos.,
office. 23 Board of Trad© Building. Savan
THE CORRESPONDENCE INBTl
tutc Of America, Scranton. Pa., will teach
young men Illustrating by mall, tuition
payable sixty days after position I* se
cured Write for full |*Artii ulars.
WANTED, CHRISTIAN MAN TO
qualify a* manager and office c'>rrttpond
et; IWO yearly; inclose *tdf-addr***s*d
starm©*! envelope to preaUlurt. Dux 43,
HELP %V 4NTU.I>—MALE.
and cake biker A(>ptv at H TuWetMtijf,
33u Brynn atree., •‘art.
MALE HELP W ANTE!*— REIJ ABLE
inrii to eel I our line of htgh*grad< tub' 1
*atlng dla. gieaee paint* unj \arnl**u*A,
n.aiv or commlaaton Addle e Thr Al
-ame-Franklin Oil Company. Cleveland, O.
HELP %\ GTKIk-l FAIAI •
* N ADVEimsnMENTB SET IN C\V
!TAIS4 Wild. ME PRINTED IN L\H
Vi I*l ED ADVERTISEMENT old MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD Nt AD
\ 1 RTIHF.MKNT TAKION FOR IJESS
AUI.A rn u % vrp.H
WANTED A R U 4.1 ABLE AGENT Foil
the beat .telling high grade. I*w pr.ced
witting maciiiiio 4n he market; g* and o>
IMortunlty ffr right man with reierein
K M Turner. Atlanta. Ga.
THE BOER M AR. LATEST AND
be*t history, giving tOv *a;u*e* lea*l
iiiit up to th* present conflict; easy to
fil, everylnalv want- It. Illetal term*
to agent *. experience not necessary; in
vestlgate our plan Dept. A. Southern
Publishing Company. Dapl. B. Atlanta
AGENTS WANTED LIVE ACTIVE
men. both local it<l travelli g fln I oir
i form of Investment t'ontract the imai de
i sir*hie to sell, profit* guar mtrl. tio cp
j tlor*. |oi>m-itt ma le every fifteen
month*, no dlcount* or leb.ite . no
I druwlng- or lottery *• tierne f relemi’.lp,
but a straight prom Me to piy In tltt*-*n
months; territory being taken rafddlv;
write to-dav Tontine Surety company.
701 liOWtubs building Atlanta. Ga
i Mi'i.in him w ivrr.iL
MV YOUNG MAN. PLACE
to work for tv ard whl'e attending c liege
\d lr• • D, n Draui #n • liu-me-H
WANTED* \ POSITM *N WITH SOME
ielloble merchant Allr*'** lae VV. Kel
ley. Union Hotel
WANTED. Vi% (IHADU ATE I*. Tit AIN*
nl nurse, female with king rviwnenH*,
|s*ltlon In physician * offlc* l Addro a L
I L T.. Box .1* Valdosta G.i
niMUt' %\ \\ti:d.
>TiTi i ~
-d or unfurnished, with modern rotiven
lenses Quiet rtmple, prompt pay. refer
j. ia t-e Immediate "W New* ofWce.
- - ■- ■ ■■■"' ■" 1
u *>Ti r .i— Mini i:i.i -
I '.rkk, ten thouaand g4H*l *#roral-hand
| brick r 1 J Th*m.*. engineer. Bavan-
I nuh.dThuiwferlwit and lab* of Hope Rail
WANTED. TEN CHEAP HOUSES,
i Cable Plano Company.
IK Y< tl WANT GOOD MILK GET IT
from SprtngfUld Dairy. It’s rich, pura and
CASH PAID FOR GOOD SECOND
hand oat sacks 1L W#*t Bay street
IF YOU WANT A PLACE To DUMP
earth, dirt. earn), manure, etc , o f
charge. Jus* at dty limit- hauling over
hard road, srrlte or telephone Brown
Bros , corner Anderson an I East Broad
IF YOU WANt GOOD MATERIAL
i .md work, order your lithographed an I
: printed stationery and blank txok* from
Morning News. Hav.innah, Gw
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ITAI# WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
81 FI ED ATtVERTIREMENT COLUMN
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VERTISEMENT TAK WN FOR LKSR
FIRST AND IWt>NM
floors, house No. 13 Henry street, east.
Apply Bond. ILarrlson A Cos., 14 Hull
TWO FURNISHED OR UNFURNISH
••I rooms for rent, privilege of bath. Ji*
NICBLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM;
southern exposure; modern conveniences.
■tlO Joins, east.
n.ITH FOR NH\T.
"PoiTrENT PARLCOt FLAT
. onditlon Applv 214 West Ihjffy.
FOR It3!NT—HOI 3|A.
No 217 Waldburg street, eaat. between
Aberoorn and Lincoln, first cl i*m ordr
and condition; everv conv*nl#mce Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. West Broad and Broughton streets.
FOR RENT. R RBI PENCE I'd PERRY
street, west. Apply to Andrew Manl y
FOR RENT. THAT DRAIRAfILE REB
-with outhouse*, triable* and a
he©i#lfut garden, 113 Taylor street, east.
For particular* Inquire 8. Guckenhel
mrr's Hons. Hay and Jeff-r*or eireet
FOR RENT. 211 JONES STREET,
west; Immediate |tO*#esloi4. M 8. Baker,
TO RENT. 221 AND 223 BOLTON
street, east; these arc good houses and
location excellent Applv lo C A Me In
ure. 4V B ard of Trade Building
FOR ItIAT-OFFK ’.*.*
office. Booril of Trad© bubdtng, inquire
Room 12. second ff*g>r.
FOR RENT—MIV ELLANLOI *.
FOR RENT. CORNER BROUGHTON
ANI> WEST BROAD STREETS; FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. H
FOR RENT. ON THE OGKECHEE
rood, between three and four-mile post*
(trolley cars nearly lo two-mil© post), land
In lot from one i*Ae to one hundretl,
same can lw bought In large or amall lot*
on easy term*. C. fl Dorset!.
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VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR AI.i:—IIE4L KKTITC.
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CORNER IJ>T 25X1*10 HABERSHAM
n*l Thirty-third (formerly 8( Nlchola*)
atree*. alley in rear. C. 11. Dorsett, 22
I'' li HALE l "Ii 1 -• \ \j >1 .\
on Fortieth (formefly Tenth) *treet. near
Motitgom**ry; terms 125 rush an*) $5 p-r
numth arwl Interest, only three left C.
H. liorsett, 72 Congress, west.
“*FOR SALE, A LOT Foil TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy term*, on Ninth *tre**t,
near East Brond. no city taxation. C. I!
FOR HALE. LOTS ON NINTH STREET
near East Broad no city taxes, at 320?)
each; twenty-five dollars cash, and eay
monthly payment*. C. II D©r**tt
FOR SALE. THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
atreet, near East Itroad; have only been
•old to flrst-cU** |artles. who will make
good neighbor*, nrul none other* ran buy.
The term* are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other* In the vicinity.
C. H. Dorsstt.
RESIDENCE' AND" BUILDING LOTS
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Tnt©m. real estate dealer, No. 7 York
At WALK I TUB DAY.
4. D |,| VIfH'HE. Awettoneer.
On SATURDAY, the 17th tnet . !W, at
11 o'<do, k. at the oil Baltimore wharf. I
I will MSStos
for account of whom it may non earn.
Barge lav ingstone copper fastened, cbn
| on* 1 anchor and chain, 2 F>9lson Hand
i Pump* on tioard. •
FOR 34U!-NV!I. MT4IY.
FDR hTTI LOT© ON NINTH NEAR
'vin Broad a I2"ft each, will mn
t*e rulvniN e*l to when a lot has been
i* and fr 1 n arrange to get * hwin*
built, C II Dursett
\PV 1: UTIH KM KNTB Ar.T IN OAF
n A4. wn.i. in; piuvTicn tN (ti.a-
MIFII P AUVKHTIHKMKNT rOU'MN
I FOI4 TWO CKNTW A WOltP NO AP-
I VKHTIrtF.MKNT TAKKN FOR IJOtfR
i THAN lui'
kom NAi.i—■■< ion. tmnnt'o.
j |( wl]n your rvorli, rrui—ly |ul<. X X*
t>ottle tn a gill of honey makes a
splendid mix lure for Infant* at l children.
BENZOIN HALM MAKES THE SKIN
like velvet, for sale by druggist or at lien*
ry and Abercoru Per*** Drug Btor<a,
Whitaker ami Taylor streets
REDDING FOR SALE. AT RKPPARIS*
Snskk*r A C * liunber yard. Henry
street ami S , F. A W. R It
FOR SALE "CHEAP. ONK~~IDB
rank engine. 14 by IS. r.n Im* seen at
Hcppatil, Snetleker At Co.’s lumber yard.
Ilt*nr> street and 8 . F A W, It It.
FIRE PROOF SAFES WB CARRY A
fine line of Ore proof safes In ets k af til
time* The fiartles can *ef exactly what
they are geltaig Our price* are a* low
,* manufaciurers eell |t with freight a<kl
e<l Parties Interested, who wl*h e g**sl
fire proof *afe. will do well to Inspect
our stock l.ipi’tnan Pros. Lippman
hk'< k agent* for manufa turers.
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pura milk, try tl; you
will be pleaded
FOR HA I U ONE ELEVATOR
4lre<sge, together with utixlllaty dr*d#e.
For iiarttrular* addres- T H Tutwlley,
chief Engineer Pbint System KavaunAn,
FINE TURPENTINE I.OCATION
with fine body of round timber, for sate
cheap for cash only. Box G. Iron <Hty,
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
f*|>, |t crop* first year bo***; 12 * rar
round limber at SI 50 par tore fh par
thousand boxes for leased tim(er. pi if
of timber io b* got. in five mil s of rail
road; will give possession now or *t *nd
of season Address Roui and Timber, car#
OLD NEWSPAPERS. S* l for 25 < ents. at
Business Office Morning New
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TH IN toe.
LOST AND KOI Ml.
I/IBT. LADY’S BLUE ETON JACKET,
.i . .• * rad i-** ; -* I if i n* 4 r
-nival. ldl>eral n-sard fr Its return to
llt*M>ar*’ Club. Hull and Liberty street*
3TB A 1 ED.
HTIIAYED. LAST NIGIIT FROM
Ninth and Drayton, two small mules; li
-r..rm.itlon rewarded, J. O. Ndsui, River
111 31U:33 t If IA(F3.
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io your Interest to let me give you an *a
ttin.• re on your plumbing, new or old
work. r*q>alr work a specialty, as I sin
a practical plumber. No guess tvork to
endanger your life. Wiggins, ’phone 9fJ,
Georgia or Bell
DON'T TROIJRI.E TOURHEI-F ABOUT
moving your furniture. relaying your car
pet* or matting Perry * Urn ion will rs
llrvr you of all that Iroubla.
TEH, WE REPAIR FURNACES;" WR
repair to.iters. ws repair ranges, we re
pair cook stoves; all orders promptly
filled A. C. Frier A Cos , Htalr ami Jef
feraon streets, ‘Phone* AVt
HAVE ToT’H HOI HK FAINTED
will) Herman ready muted palm; anllra
•allilxilon (utriDlrrd. Adam* Faint
WANTED. ONE THOUSAND 111 S',
gry people at tha ftnuiharn Urocery Com
pany, 114 Bernard airrel.
WE HEM, HEWER PIPE, FI.T'K
pipe, fire clay, fire hrlck at lowest price*.
Adorn* Paint Company. 104 Contrni,
FERRT * BENTON" * 139 STATE
street. weal, will move, pa k. ship or atom
yonr furniture at abort notice; alto ren
ovale your old maltreneea nt little coat.
Bell ‘phone 1124.
TOf' WON’T REGRET THE COLD
weather If you will lei us furnish you
with a heatAr or range; we can sell you
cheaper than any one else, and will taka
your old tdove In e*rhange, A. C. Price A
Cos.. Stole and Jefferson street*. ‘Phones
MORE 1 HAN ONE lirNDItKQjnRNTi
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash al tha Southern Urocery Company,
UJ Barnard treat.
THE STOCK OF - ODOUR IN THE
■tore. 12 Broughton street, east, known aa
Gardner's Basnar. must he sold; parties
wishing cart purchase In lota and prices
OTPSINEIR THE BEST WAIJ. >IN-
Ish made. Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. 104 Congress, west.
\VK ABE STII.I- IN THE I'I.TmIHNO
huslnea* and still do good work at eg
tremely low prices; our 16 cents martial la
o peach; we have them from 10 eertla up,
and will put them up for you; give tia a
call. A. C. Price A Cos„ 'phone* 668. Stale
tml Jefferson streets.
REDUCE TOUR MVINO EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned hard ca*h
with the Southern Orocery Comiainy, U 4
THE SHOW CARES COUNTERS AND
fixtures In the store. 12 Broughton aireet,
east, known ns Gardner's B ixaar. for sola;
they must go
sTtriti.tN ; !4h.\t:b novelties no-
Inc for less than first coat at 12 Broughton
afreet, east, store known as Gardner’s Ba
IF vnr WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed *n<|
printed slatlonerv and blank hooka from
Morning News. Snvannah. Oa.
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For sale at all News Stands