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SEABOARD OFFICIALS HERE.
MR. fT. join AND MR MrBI I 0% \
TO! N Ol MOV
liar) Were Met Here h* f)l* lalaa
Atpl. 11. • M*well-Mr t. John
| Hte retied In no Investigation
of the Hrrenl AMpreM Fire on
the Islaad Was l liable to %rrtve
at m Mtl*lHn Solution of the
Ortln— lAelaj With the i:ie< trleal
llre -1 iahll it i Apparatus W oald
>u( ileetir %mmlo.
Vl ct Pre*--.*ient % A Oetveral Manager E
j f • r Seaboard Air Fan* Rail- •
win <, ra. J 3 *;erin* endent V. I. M
Bee are! Cal'*. 1> E Maxwell, super in
tender*; of t o* Fifth Division. with head
a* J:* esotivlile. mere m the c ity
J rater day.
Mr Hi. John we# seen by a repreaer.ta
!,?. .*? f Morrdng News to whom
aufrri '.hMt hie vlalt to Savannah h **l no
particular significance. as hr ami Mr M *
iiee were simply on a tour of inn 1 * tb*Hi s
of the gyvem and deolrO to ki it In*. I
tiavai..ou* Cap* Mexweli met th*-m her*
to go oier matters with them that car -
Cone'darrible satisfaction. Mr St John
aa.l. W*J felt by all !* S'* * rd off. ia
In the fortunate ending >f ,v r* *nt fire
on Hirtchinao'. a Ware* ** • ■ N 1 * m
press was damaged. 11* r* ar re-- • .*•1. he
aaid. that there had tx* n any fire at nil
but thought it lucky that It proved nc
*H>r* mrmm The B*a*<*rd. h* declared
la mdeOn-d to the city f:r• m . m*no m<jck
*d to wrHl and -uc "wef .... in figh:sng the
Th# o>rtg:n of the fire . •tili myster.
Mr 41:. Jonn was inter* rted m an *n-
to .twrn how It had originated
but tli* problem m*aff not solved by hi*
inveeugaMa*** He said he thought it
remark*hie that the fire should hav h.ok
et. oJt wh**re i .-one had treed at m*ork dur
ing the *k> and tha theory of a -m uider
I rut api*k to him as he most
protwbi* o: , tion
Tba dn.ay |n pelting the electric*! ;p
-parsu* on the is, and in working or der
WM aK. investigated by Mr St John
who. with Mr. ap an? some ©oura
of that forenoon on the Isiatd The vice
leakier * altevaa Che am* rrouNe would
not occur In the event of ano her fir**
He bel>vee the nrrangemevu of the ter- !
minal- ramfter* U an eaay matter to fight
a fire and that ftamra under almost snv i
rlrr jme areeff could he or.fir #*d to the
pier upon which tney rmgnt break out
The a.ay of the official* In the city v.
brief They left yeatarday afternoon for
a uantlnuartot. of their tour.
ri.E%AAT BXPRf TRO TO-DAY*
Hr Wns Olsen a firrsl •cnd-nfl hj
Ilia Erie ml* in Jnckson* llle.
Mr W H. Pleasant*. who on Deo. 1 |
atari me*, the joritioo of general frelghs (
•ml pnesriiger agent of the O* ean Steam
ahlp Company In New York. t expected
In Utls city to-day to have a conference |
with oflkhli of the company relative to i
bis new duties Following are extract* j
from the Florida Times-t'nlon and Clti- |
xeu of yeeterday. regarding a pleasant
Incident of Mr. Plea santa ‘ departure from
f ha* 9
"At the Board of Trade r.Mgns last night
nearly one hun!re<l prominent men of the
city gathered to honor one of thelt fellow
workers W H. Flejmititft. late assistant
general freight agent of the S.-aboard Air
Une. When Mr. Idtiunti ent**r*d the
brilliantly-lighted r*> m*. the umi of which ■
had barn tendered the frlen b .nd a.I- |
inirera t>f this piomlnent young railway
official on the occasion of meeting him
for the iust time before he enter-* upon j
bis new duties in New York city as gen- j
era! freigh* arid int-seng# r agent of th j
Oeeun Stearnehlp C mpeny. the scene w te i
well nl ult.d to Inspire hmt with |>rld
iu reflecting upon his career In Jackson*
‘There was a unanimous sentiment that
through his effort*, to a large extent. t:w
**tabitshm**tit of the wholesale houses
here, re*: only Is* am* |K>*..tle. but grew
to th* a itlafylng conditions that now x- j
"Ar **> o’clock the social gathering !
was railed to order, ami <’;pt. Hamer
•ddreee* 1 thcait* assembled tn a happy |
vein, dwelling on tlie influence th.tt
freight traffic l>*ars to a ommunVty |
either to m.tke or unmak** It. and how
Mr. FMeasants had so mater ally hd|M and to
make Jack*, nvlll** an*i yet had given an
administration that was of satisfactory
benefit to the rn Iroad as U ha*l to
the city It was noticed that t’apt. Gar
ner's left hand ippaMwl a bit awkwant
In making motions It warn due
to a pmsill package he h 1. < on’ uni Ik*
gift—a token of apprrelation. In the
shaie- of a handsome solitaire ring
•‘Mr. Fkwsants came to this city an
March 2. IW* . as rate clerk for the then
Florida Railway ami Navigation <’m
pany. For five years prior to his coming
here he was general agent of the Chesa
peake and Ohio Hallway, with h.adquar
tars at Richttvind. Vi., having previous to
• Itai. served an apprenticeship with 80l
Muss traffic manager of the Rl.timon*!
and Danville. From rate .jerk in the
traffic department he advanced by prmto-
Hon aucceaalvely to chief clerk, assistant
general freight agent and general gretght
agent, which las# portion he has held few
the fast five yfirt"
t %i i> \*t MBAT ■IWr—IWT.
Ihr IdiNtiff In i >tltt tin* Nt llnili*
the Farmers Sell .
The advance In the price of cotton has
not started any h*-.vy movement to sa
vannah Railroad officials do not n t
that farmers are disposing <f their cot
ton In an> greater quantity, ti.d the Ist-
MIND AND FOOD.
Hlntl of Fmiil That %ffec the Mind.
•'One of the nv*st remarks.>l* effeics of
the food Grape-Nuts la the effect on the
mind; It makes one fr*| buoyant. hoi-ful
and ekeeefui." says Alice 1,. Glunt of
Itroud street. Alto->na. Pa. Ahe continue :
"Asa reiwilt of prolonged mental work.
I was stricken with paralysis of the right
side alwm two years and i half ago For
about two yearn I was treated constant >
with powerful drugs to sthnuhtte th
pfrvt centers, with only jairthi! su es*
"About six months ago I was threat
ened with narvoua prostration again.whu.
u friend advised m* to eat <srap*-Nuts
food. I waa entirely skeptical eoncernin*
any beneficial results, but finding the food
xfy I bought package afbr
pa kage. and since beginning the use of
Grape-Nut* have taken no modtciitc* *>t
nerve tonl*s of any kind, and the effect of
this perfect fssl on my health is worn*-
thing very remarkable. All hca*Ui<*h*'
Insomnia, and a H>ugti and
my ajrmptocna of |Hiralysls have disap
"I am satisfied that all the IHs that 1
have suffered were due to the fact thm 1
Jived Just as thousandr of others who
tnlnk they ar well fed. but ar* In a state
of lemi*starvation, owing to Imierft*
asiml atton of food. The nerve eentar?*
cam - t be |roperly nourlahed ami rebuilt
except by good fo>i a fid footl that cun is
digested and osalmllmed. Grape-Nut*
food to the most |*-rfect food 1 have ever
seen, ami I know of Its value from i*ractl
This Is another evidence of the fact that
<;(;• N ir r.-d contain:- the phoephat*
of (Msiasti which unites with albumen to
mak' the gray matter In the nerve cen
ter* ar.d hi a in. Any hruln workef who
viluaa healih, sfretigth and vigor should
p*y head to the character of food he uses.
> ? Recommend,
I c ure
I “The Ooinoii,’*
' III, Sep;. 21, I*>oo.
i Timer*. Siie Curt Cos..
K Ccntltmcn i- Although in my 80th
f l ': year, lam up xnd ar.naci 3fc‘ dipt at
B the yri/. lan wtlk two mild with-
B out lititue, tn lies, preicr it lo driving.
For the put ten yew. 1 hive uud
I no medicine except Timer’. Siie
H Cure, *nd find tbit it keep, me in
■ good health.
23 Be lore that time 1 1 uttered often with
rj headache and pain, in my back and
■ khouidcra. but Knee I have uacd the
* Safe Cure, 1 have had neither ache nor
3 cam. It ia certainly a remarkable life
S giver, and I cheerfully give it my
ft hearty eodonement
1 \ Your, truly,
': Countet, Chrfould.)
to a lh*-r# to ihelr d*tf ml: l On
to hokl their |Mali:< ; until It hrinK* at
leant 10 c*iib a |Ouiul
A nt**mf*er of .* prominent rommt*Mon
hou*e> laid that the farmer* will not ahow
any alacrity to Mil while* th market t
a*). jnfinf Ha gave It ii iom wh it
kabir (at that firm*r wll not
***|| on an solvartcin* mark <n! ttat
i g mar
k* t The await tna topn.owt
no? h anl the ejdnnera the loweat.
H ILL HF. *SO I It Fa PHKMIOFAT.
It la Thonulit > •c* , raaor to 'lr.
Knoll Will ll** Eli 'tr<l.
Tha bHief le prtvalrnt rttnon* riant
System |e pie i iat there will be n vice
tresl<lefit clectc l when th* annual n*el-
Inir In heW In December The ottb'w has
1.e.-n vacant elr.ee it wa< re**l*n* I totnt
nv*nth a*o by Mr H K Knott, who
went with a Weetern rallriad. L’olor to
the belb f that It la not proper-d to alert
.i to Mr Kri4tJ at the annual
meeting la given by the r**-rr •iwp'tn nt
of the office* at th*i *:en t.i office *ull*l
ing on Liberty atreet. Hen.rnl Superin
tendent \V. B. Denham haa tak n tae of
fi *e* th.it were uaed by Mr Knott. ar.<l
it In thought that he will .it’*nU to the
lat* vlre president * dull#* a** the general
h* ad of the physical operation .f the ey
Mr Knott * comparatively *h rt May
with the Plant System resulted In :\ ep*--
i elm of re-orgnixil*>n of th** lepa* tm* tit*.
*h method of work being re-arrenced.
Th* system that was establish* ! by Mr
Knott is still observed, end It •* believed
t hat this reorgan xatl n was vhat waa ie
lre<l when Mr Knott was’ 'le't* 1
tha* It has l*een effe* t-d and * being f*l
lowed, nerd for vice presidrn*. It is c in
cluded, ha* it.^a;*:>eared
Truffle Manager J M C ulp of the
Southern Hallway went through yester
day on hi* to Brunswick
roiND I' ITRBET.
Henry lllßi'knl and SfVfffl)
Beaten •> Inkiiowa \rro.
Henry Beitier • whit# man of M or *0
year*. was found by n pawing pedestrian
lying -In the mkldle of President street.
opfHJ*4t* thr Court House about S o'clock
laat night. vH* bad two deep ami nver*
wounds in the head apparently Inflicted
with a sharp piece of iron.
Hr nan bleeding and suffering
great agony. Dr. Dunn who win called,
directed e tie man * removal to 8t Jo* ph
Inflrmury where hi * %vmind- re. • Ived at
t niion It afterward* developed that Ih'-
fore twins found on IT *udent street. the
man had lain on the corner of York and
Drayton streets for some minutes. until
he was found by two soldier* from the
garrison and helped to hie He ha l
struggled on ♦ bit further and again
fleltxer said be lived al 2X> East Broad
-treet. He wti* un.it*>' to give any fur
ther account of the manner In which he
re elved his wound* than that he had
.een attacked.by on unknown negro on
Mast Day atreet. He claimed) that th* ••
Had been no provocation on hi* iart for
ihe <t**.tult of which he had been mad
%t im:*t>: \\ a* ruiMii iu.
It ur A Holland'* Mtastrels I'lnted
l.nu Mklil at the then ter.
Husoo A Holland's Colored Mlr.strels en
tertained a rather top-heavy audience at
he theater last night While the Jokes
were a trifle and the song* tnlgh’
have been l**tter, a f**w s|H*.*|al'iw that
wete introduced served to render the per
formance enjoyable The m i ing can.i itv
of the lower floor, which was reitrvctl for
vrhttra. wain u overtax'd
At to-day’s matinee and night perform
ance* “Rupert ot\Herusau." with Howard
Jould In the leading role will be the at
traction . The play has Im*ii seen here
♦irfore, but never With Mr Gould in ihe
cast. Mr. Gould Is on* of the mod ideas
ing romantic actor* of ihe *l>. and bid
rhnractet l*atln of the g.illan* Ua <sen ’
i* said to Ik* hi?* beat effort. The u
! exceptlonnll> compel*Jit. us Is always
•he case with anything with which Mr
Daniel Frohman s name Is Identified.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK 17, 1900.
l KCKHB < 111 Ml.
Father fivrenr* 4>it Writ of llnb*n
4 nrpm Aaalnat l.lssle* .Irnklii*.
A petition for a writ of haben* cgtrfiii*
was* sworn out before Judge Fenill. in
the Four* of Ordinary yesterday, by M.i*
Jor Blue. In this case "Major" is a name
find not a tit I** The writ l* dlr< 'ted to
lizzie Jenkins, who, Blue alleges, i.s ille
gally detaining one of his children.
The petition recite-* that I’.iut is the
father and natural guardian of Annie
Blue, a minor child, H years old. and
a.t such tw- is * milled to her custody. He
charges that th* Jenkins w*omin out iin* and
the child from her mother, the wife of the
petitioner, with the understanding that
the child should he restored to her par
ent* a* somii a* a |*>*i .xi of lllnesa,
through which the defendant was then
passing, had been terminates!.
It Is further charged that the defendant
now * ifiimw to hold the child by reason
of the authority vested In h**r bv Blue an I
his wife, and refuses to deliver her to
them It Is alleged that no such authority
wa* ever given an*! that the detention is
Judge Ferrfß set the h * ring In the case
for next Mond>. when the defendant Is
directed to produce th- child In court and
when the question a** to the right to her
custody will be determine*! The j. iitti
er in the cwc l represented by Mr. Wil
HMIAIV) STILL 1\ w\ \ i\MH,
Family of Millard Com Heard From
and Fspertrd tn \rrhe.
The remains of Mr Millard Cox. the un
fortunate artist who died in the B*van
nuh llosfdtal. a few 'la>w ago. ar- still
ar the undertaking establishment of Mr
W. T. Dixon, awaiting the arrival of Mr
Cox'* mother or some other member of
the family from Atlanta Mrs Cox has
been heard from and was expected las?
Mr. Cox had l*e**n in Sivnnnah som
time, and bad isilnted the nortrolis of a
number cf piominent flavaflnahians. ID
was a man i*f culture and education, ns
well as an artDt of co -t lerabte talent.
It is not known whether th liody will
l*e liurled here or taken hack to Atlanta
DE ATH OF Mlts. >•. F. IIH A I.S.
Iler Funeral From Wraley Monniuea
iii I 4 liurcli Tll Afternoon.
Mrs M F Baals, wire of Hav. M F
Beals, of Raldavllle. a former re* <u t of
this city, die*! a Reldvllle right bafo-e
last, sifter an nine** f -everal m nth
The remains were hroiwh? t> Favann h
yesterday, accompanied by Rev Mr.
Ib-als. and were t k**n to the home of
Mr It. 11. Bostick. No. 111 Henry n’r-e’,
west The funeral will i• ko pace from
Was lev Monumental Ci.ii*c a' ?o\ . k
thl* afternoon It* \ and Mrs. Be.il were
lv>th well known In 9av nnah, th* Ir f> i.
m*r home M He.il *• Melh * '*t
minister, a member •f th* South Geo r gti
Conference and 1* stationed at K id \j,l
Mrs Beals was 43 years obi and leaves,
ho*4de<t her husband, one •laughter
A Strong Fortification.
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by Tutt’s Liver Pills, an abso
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pepsia, sour stomach, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, bilious
ness and all kindred troubles.
“The Fly-Wheel of Life”
D.-.Tutt; Your Liver Pills arc
the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident th,at
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had anew lease of life.
J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, CoL
Tutt’s Liver Pills
Chicago, lIL, July 30, 100.
Tamer*! Sale Cure Cos,
Gentlemen:—l am pleoaed to uy a
few words of praise for Timtr'i Safe
| Cure, as 1 find it a took with excellent
Then the system is exhatated by
being overtaxed or run down, with a
sense of general debility, I know of
nothing which acts so promptly and
latidoetortiy on the entire system as
the Safe Cure.
It stimulates the appetite, and in
duces sleep, and when anyone can eat
ce sleep well, the health will soon be
It ii well worthy the praise of aIL
Yours very truly,
I 'Princess Carmyniski.)
Eaod poitai fo* f** o ta
Wrfio* bm*9 Cur* Cos. #
Roc*a*tOf, K. V
TANARUS:• yr 'oral of th* Chatham Artillery
monthly dmct will br- given Friday at
too Chuthom Artillery Hall.
There w**rc about a dozan arrests by
the fH>;ica up to midnight la*t night, but
no om* of th* casgs was of a m>re than
Jo** Grc*i. ccdrtrivl was nrrc*te*l last
night, charged w*un firing a pistol tn the
Duffy *9trc*-f Obi I low s' Hall, and also
With * lulling nral striking another ne
gro named Turner.
The chemical engine at the central ata
(l*it was alk*d to York and Barnard ye*-
tord.iy afternoon *m account of a chim
ney fir** at the house of William ILuch.
T er* waa no damace.
The F;pworth loCague of Trinity Church
tn-ld Its monthly **xdal last night at the
Sunday school room of the church. I*he
nAh) wg* well attended and a pleasant
dm** wn." enjoye*J by all prestmt.
On the first Sunday In I ►•Member will he
begun at the ijiwion Merrvrjal. u*wler the
Huspim of the Second Presny terian
| Church, a aeries of revival sermon* that
will be eondurtal by Bev. J. II Pn:ton
of M irletta. and continue fur ten days.
In the <\>urt of Ordinary * yesterday
Judge Ferrlil grnnte.l letters dismiaaH*rv to
Henry Blun. admlmeirator of the e-iat**
of M II Meyer Mr. Meyer was for
merly a com miss loner of Chatham coun
ty and a well known man in hla time.
He hu* been dead some years.
The ‘ Address, sand Proceedings of the
National F> Karat hum! Association" have
i>ua rwtlvel by the library that Is con
ducted for the teachers of the public
e'hool* of Bnvarnah. The volume** rc
| cHved cover all the meetings of the as
la non since D9O. They will form a
j Naiugble addition to the library.
The youthful members of the Naval Re
>erve Fife and Drum Corns wen* enter
tain* l by rapt. Henry Kolshorn. at his
i • -bleu e on Henry street, on Thursday
\* ninx The hoys went from the carni
val grounds lo the residence of <*aj>t.
Kolshorn. where they were made welcome
ar*l enjoyed themselves to their heart's
Mr \Y E Peeples, a merchant of |>t|l|,
9 C.. after spending a few days In Ba
i \ ui.ih with his wife and mother, on
hiistnets and taking In the Elks Carnival,
while getting out of a carriage at the de
jmu yesterday morning broke one of the
mall iKMies In his left foot. He was nt
mi * token to the Savannah Hospital by
Dr Morrison and had the foot put in plas
ter of Paris and was later sent to hiw
The Local t'nlon. Endeavor, mi
it- last riv eting, presented to Rev. .%rthur
J Fmith a luindsdme silver paper cutter,
to remind Mr. Smith when he shall have
gone ficm this city of the pleasant reia
. i.v tha? have existed between himself
Mid the union. Mr Bmlth Is
tile president of the or
*cr. and ha always taken an active in
■ crest m f lt. iMrticulariy in the local
br *n< hes. Th* presentation of the me
in* •: to waa made by Mr. E T Burdell.
•he president of the union. Mr. Smith r -
j-j ended feelingly.
1 1 Is ' m-tfu. if *o dense and numerous
i ciow>l of darkles ever fo,lowed a |>a
i .is t!) i* which was mixed up among.
ire tsbil. foHt)tvrd and marched along
•b* the and Holland minstrcks yea
* rd.> ifternoon. The drum iiiaj>r was
m rack-si-' * k, and the darkies went l| I
\\ n**v r h* gave one of hts p**rform
. .** Just about everything in the way
*f train**, x • hi (< r- as well as |>edestrians,
J hiul to h* .*! up until the mob had j*a * l
'I here w.i.- tn attraction about the colored
rnii: rei- that admiring members the
race could not resist.
* T W t
i 111 LD\*T STAY SUHKR.
<ts*lil|*> Snow. Discharged by fleeord
'•r. Again Arrested for IVeing Drunk.
Holdlc Snow, the white woman who
c aim- to hr a fortune teller, hut who Is
I known principally through her weakness
for drink, and her frequent apnearinci
j in police circles on that account, was
I before Recorder II art ridge again yester
'day morning on the customary charge.Re
• *‘oi(lrr Hart ridge sentenced her to thirty
| ‘lays on the gang, but rescinded the sen
lence upon the woman’s promise to g t
ut of Savannah for good on this proin
ir eh* was released, but (tad enjoyed
her free*torn but g few hours when she
I w.s again arrested by Patrolman Ling**
who found her In a state ot helidvs* In
' ; jJLicatiou
Mr. 1* Clark of Atlanta is at the Ber
Mr H F. Ixrtrr of Wayenosa is a (ru>
of the Pula,kl
Mr J. r Holmes of Macon Ii a (w
of the Pukiekl
Mr W P Smith of Hampton is a *ur
of the Puisfkl
Mr Wm. Si John of Atlanta Is a *a
of the l>e Soto
Mr R H Knox of Darien ts re*lstei
Mr S J J.nes of Ktnesland Is a *ru
of the Screven
Mr VV. T Sandlin of Jasper Is retstc
ed at the Pulakl
Mr J A White of Atlanta is regirtc
M at the Screven
Mr J E Bre of Jaekmnvtlle ts rex
tered at th- Pulaski
Mr J.me, W J'oprelt of Screven Is t
guest of the Screven.
Mr t.- orge H Barrett of Mcßae i a
•net t ’ the Pulaski
Mr W S Bennett of Augusta ts :
cue,' of the Pulaski.
Mr W H Blltch of Meggett ts regh
sere.t at the Pukteki
Mr E A Bdenflekt of Stillmore ts reg
tet-red at the Screven
Mr John C McDonald of Waycroas ts
registered at the Pulaski
Mr J A Tleon of Tarhoro registers
yesierday ot the Pulaski.
Mr O D Youngesve of Islington. Kto
lea guise of the Pu.ask:.
Mr Bsssd Hoffman cf Ctiarleaton ts
registered ui the I*utaekl
Mr J P McOregor of Mt. Vernon is
registere.l at the Screven.
Mr Kd l. Humphreys of Atlanta 1“
registered at the S reven
Mr R P. Wil iams of Valdoata register
ed yesterday at th Pulaski
Mr A F Churchill arrived from Nss
York yesterday on the Nacooctiee.
Mr and Mrs l B Walling snd child
of Collins ar- guests of the Pulaski.
Messrs Sam fMenftehl an>l B C. Plerc*
of Parish are guests of the Screven.
Mr J Oskv of Jacksonville was among
the guests of the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr O P Dstti of Waycross was among
the arrivals at the Pulaski yegiervlav
Mre H M Comer ami Mis, Comer left
via the Central vewterday for Columbu,
Measrs B S Alhany and J. O Marshall
of Columbia are registered at the De Boto
A!r J D. Overstreet of Summit
among the arrivals at the Pulaski yester
Mr and Mrs. Thoe 3 Wvlly of Darien
were among yesterday's arrivals at the
Ir O G. Alexander and Mr J P Wll
Bams of Reldsvllio ars guests of the
Mr and Mrs W C Perkins of Hagar.
were among the arrivals at the Berever,
Mr and Mrs T R Blapney of Hagar.
were among the guests of the Berevon
Mr J H Hunkanys and Mr If. W
Richardson. Jr, of Garnett are registered
a* the Screven.
Messrs J. W Warren, M. W. Bar
ge ron, J. M Dettby, and s*o sons. J. B
Meorr. A W Collins of Stillmore an
guests of the Screven.
Mr L. Ceeit Berrien of Jacksonville ts
In rhe city visiting his daughter. Mr
Berrien's many friends were glad to se,
him once more on "his native heath."
Thrrw m llnrk niiil n Cmr
Two email boy 9 bad a quarrel an*.
' flght about a bag of tobacco yeat<Tda>
morning at the- Carnival ground* durliu
which on* of the pirkantnnlo* threw #
rock at the head of th** other The ro*k
mieaed Ite InteMed mark, but struck In
••rad • how <**99 in one of the oigw:
boot ha. whlito It <!amagM quite badly
The n#gro wan arvwMwd but upor
hta prom lac to pay for the damage doru
To \ lalt *Hlrnllnn \rmy.
Htaff Captain W T. Honmtt of the sal -
vation Army will vixlt the* jx>xt at Fa van
nah Nov. 23. 24 and 2f on a trip of tu-
Capt - • f
the work In thl* dlairtct. He re *er. I.
< ime to thlx country* from South
l~a. where he *jent ten year* In Stlvati t
Army wrrk In the vurlous Bpanifh*Amer-
orrit 1 %l.
citTgove rn meentT
Continued from Seventh Page.)
dent ground* to lustlfy me In withhold
ing my veto. On ihe contrary, lam con
vlnred that my duty to the public r< ■
quire* that, *> fur a* lie. In my poa• t
under the law. I *hall prevent wh .t. t
my mind. woull <lr*troy the heiuty o
Savannah by removing the feature Da
aliove all others distinguishes It amori.
The email public squares of Savanna'
were provided for In the original plan •
■the city. They have been for over a cen
tury and h naif the pr.de of lie propl
and the adnvratlon of visitors. Traveler
from all quarter* of the globe have r*
ferred In glow:ng term* of proi* to then
They have been universally reooontx
a* un.que ornamer.t*. the value of whl<
wa* not to he estimated in n pecuniar
sense. In the mind* of many, an err
waa committed In not extend.ng the *y
tern Into the new *outhern section of th
city. It t* too late now to oon*ldcr au
a proposition, but It I* not too late t
preserve the old park* unmarred. The
have In recent years been beautified, th
are capable of being made more beaut I
ful. They are peculiarly tne propertj
and charge of the public ami the public'
wi*hes tn respect to them should be heed
The hußlne** lntere*t* of Savannah di
not require, and have not demanded
such a sacrifice a* this resolution pro
pose*. The principal argument of tho -
In favor of the change Is that more dire,
communication north and south It need,
etl. that traffic on Drayton and Jeffersot
streets Is too heavy and more avenue
must be provided Admitting that such I
true, the add (Iona) thoroughfares are
hand tn East Broad. Price. Lincoln
Montgomery and West Broad street* Ot
three of these street*. East Broad. Prir.
onl West Bread, there are no rquari
The heaviest of the city 1* to an
from the railroad depot* and freight rta
Ilona, located on Ease and West Brona
stress* The r---'ng o *Ss*s fwn
oughfarc* would provide n. trten.,3 cf
reaching the entire e.intern, western ami
routhern sections oI the city that cju' I
110 l puesiliiy la COllg.-sicU I.J lia„ (i 111 a
half century to come. If ihey nro con
•i■ ri*l tuu unis*, u *l, thereiore, mo n
pensive, to pave. Price. I.lneoln are
Montgomery streets nre at hard. Price
street posse* through no square*, Is nnr
rower and less coa ly to Improve, It I
four blocks from Drnytor. street, th
nearest paved street, and woukl fumta
a decidedly more valuable avenue to th*
public In reaching the eastern and south
eastern portion* of the city than woul
Ahereorn street, which directly parallel
Drayton street, being but o feet to th
in of It. Islncoln street also present
Itself. It ha* but one barrier, t'olon c
Park. It could be txived from Bay *tr<—
nue, nlso paved. and there wout
then be the rholre of ualng At
ercorn or Habersham street. both <■
which are paved from Oglethorpe avenu
to t.lberty street, whore Lincoln tre.
would be renehe*! again and furnish ad
rert pa veil eommunleatkifi from Ba-
Street to the city l mil*. Th. dlstsm
'rum Lincoln to Al* ■ r *rn or llabersh*'
street l* less than Jld feet, so I! ranno: I
urged that there I* any material loss o
time or Inconveniences en”*>' >** th*
I •*r LOW BIST. STRAIGHT FRONT & LONG HIP I
LINDSAY & MORGAN'S
Even*body knows who has ever had a shade that
they make you think—if they do not work right. When
we put them up you won’t have to think. Wc have the
inly expert shade man in the city. He does nothing but
make shades and hang; them. Also Draperies and Lace
Curtains. Want to do your work. Send for us.
Two Specials for This Week.
50 Daghestan WiltQn Hugs, regular price $9.00; Of]
our price VUiUu
100 Brussels Rugs, regular price $2.00; fij Q F
this week uliZvi
Go visit all the other stores, then come to us. and
we will surprise you with the completeness of our
FURNITURE AND CARPET
stock and the prices. Remember, “Not how cheap,” but
“How good,’’ is our motto.
KNOWN BY ALL NATIONB.
■£/a/i’ 7/vtic<Jcrr, t xinforru. <
Twice the price could buy no better.
LIPPMAN HR OS., Savannah Agents.
McDonough & ballantyne, W
iron Founders, Machinists, m g
tlnrLftmlf rmakr Marlon.
r% anil I'ortalil*- I m*. inr. \rrflcal anil To| Hnnnlnu
m Mill*, Viuiir 'fill nml I'nn, Mia flln, I'ti llr> •. rI r.
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
Montgomery street, south of l.'beriy
tree*, l* entlre'y free rrom square*. 1
wide avenue and w.iul 1 afford ale
plate relief to the Jefferson atr.ei traffic.
With there Rtreeta awaiting Imp-ove
nent. any one of which Is prefeta le *o
Vbereorn or Barnard * rest ( r p.irto-ei
f trafll* , I ran ***e no rta on to desuoy
h* symmetry of the plan cf the old *>r
■on of the city. To my nil and the p.av
!. of Kart ard \\v*t Bm l atreeta
<aouM ntt*v.*r the tequirement* of hust
les* generally far better than th* ;a -
ng of any three o r four Intermediate
lireet*. and would also -!** matrltl
.y In tlw* development t*f th south'* t
rn and aouthwoe.ern sectl.n* of the city.
Increasing taxable value* and a idl g t
the city’s revenue*, w hile Inerea. I g H e
j conveniences for the tran.-a n -n of t,u*l
j aiss. A* thew atreets are also occ tp,. and
*>■ streit car line . the expense ** pgv
|-lttg would tie dl-tr.but and !*>tween ihe it
ihe streit iar company an.l th* ir p tv
I owner* equitably, and the In re *■ and
| value* of property would more than com
pensate the latter for their outlay.
| With these fads before me It doe* not
**ecm to me that the claim that It |.
' necessary to d< *. rat. the square to af
ford relief to buslnes* tiafflc <o fn.bl*.
I This argument docs not b nr Invest "a
. It 1* stated that some of those owning
property abutting on the squares arc will
ing and desirous that the proposed change
'mil tvs made and Ii gtu-a Plata
,- * J oul l *< Uit* iu.e ul liielr * hKh
if ail ot ttiem of thU ml nr] I
4*i<ul<J 'l***fn it proper to !l>api>rove thin
reoltulon The 9<|uures are the property
if the entire public ami arc to be regard*
and a* wueh. and nor as to any hourlnc
hey may have on .1 few private lot*. It
* not the prov n > ~( th- dty to n
-onec the value of a rcore or two of lota,
. hucli a change would enhatiee them, by
eprerlatlng thr value of the public prop
i*y. nrwl by placing heavier burden* on
he general public f u r paving than are
♦ cery. Th lac: must not be loat night
f that if th‘ >tr. k et* .ire cut through
•!*' pquares m |a\ed. the owners of
he lots n butt in ir <>n the equarea will
are any share In tn- eg| t fsaa of paving,
ven though they ate directly beneAted
>• the ltrxrovement. The coat of paving
'her Aer orn t*r Harnard etreet under
•ch clrcumptmnce* would conaequefitly
heavier on taxt>oyerH generally.
It lx aim propoaed to cloae the croa
re#-,a on the., squares at the property
,;,f - * w*ru!d mean a complete cion
>*: up of *r Julian I'nsidcnt. Me Don*
ogh M • on and Wayne atreets at two
TiUj would bt tin uncalled Xor
OFITC l XL.
u of the m*un* of accexf to the
|WO|>enlea of a number of citlpn- I r *
not com der such a change ax
or ax axk*'d for by any but a ®mall nu
tiorify of our cltisena.
For thexe reason*, and fedling #l*o M ''
Isfliti that had a full hoard of a!dertr*u
teen present when the resolution w-a* l
tr du*d It wculd not have met w.i- ***
approv-al of a majority. I have \. * J *
resolution and ro’.urn it to your honor ibla
body. Very re‘fretfully,
11 ermu n M' er M 1 yr,r
There being no further bualnexx 11 •“
ell took a re eaa sublet to tie* cull
chair. WM. V. BAILET.
Clerk of Council-
City of 8.-iv*nrub
nmev Clark of Conr, II
Savannah, Cla.. Nov. I‘
Tha foUowlnc a ppllc.it ion* to
liquor during the year I>ol wer< reid 41
meeting of Council Nov. 11 !>” *nd **'
ferred to Committee of the Wti >'
WM P. BAII.CV
Clerk of Council
Abram*. M. D , No. ,1 Bull wtrect
lleekminn, tleo.. No. 11l Whitaker tr**L
Cottlnxhnm. John, southeast corner Dr*"*
ton and Hroughton street*.
Cottlnxlum. John. No. 20* Br.'trhtow
Carr. John, aimer Habersham and D*V
Dreeson. H. E.. northeast corner Si **
and IVllson street*.
Delgr.nn. Daniel, No. <3s Indian -V
Dirk*. A J . No Snr. Whll.ik-T sir
(leffken. Herman H . northwest rt *
Broughton and PCee street*.
Orahsm. C. F.. Pulaski House. B'”>
Hicks R M., No. 23 Congress stre. t we.
Immen. John H.. northwest corner Jon
and Habersham streets.
Klugmnn. A.. No 637 81ms street
Luh*. John F.. northwest corner lAher
tv and Habersham streets.
Mendel, Carl. No. *• Liberty street • **'
McCormick. Wm . No. 623 Indian street
Mcßride T F.. No. 62S Bay street, east.
O’Keefe, J**.. M inager. southwe*! corner
Drayton nnd Broughton streets-
Sullivan, John. No. 15 Congress street,
Sullivan, John J., No. Bryan urn*.
Travers. E . No. 31 Bid I street S reien
Watson * Power*. De Solo Hotel. Ifib - '
street, near Bull street.
Wade. John TANARUS., comer Oglethorpe T *
sue and li oust on •treat*