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COTTON STUDENT FROM JAPAN.
MR 11. FI HI H AHA OF TOKIO HF.HK
TO STI U 1 THK Ul
£ ipf etfl la *vr nil Two or Tbrrr
In %nnuali A.gulrluu n
1% u 0%% ledge of lUr Export I'ofton
Itu*l After W hlflt Hr \\ 111 Kn*
ter tlir Importing lltaslnea* In
.lupan-Aollun Alanufnriarlng on
Important Industry in Jaian—Mr.
l uknhari Talk* Inim-Mlnglr t
l I M . liualnraa—lliilltllne of Mi a
rNKiia Canal Will Greatly Inrrraar
Japan's Tradr With tlir Mouth, Me
b ivannah has a young Jap*ne.-e cttlxon.
Mr M Fukuhara of Tokio, Jap in wno
l Mi# &e< tdrJ to make Savannah hia home
for the next two or threo years. hU ob
jfC' if! locating here being to acquire a
K- g.*lge of the cotion business. Mr
Kukiin.ira. whose p©ojde are wealthy and
pr mint nr In Japan, decided. after com
pleting his education at the University
,f japan. that ih* business of cotton tm
ujrttn-t offered a desirable opening for a
>o i*k' man who would go about it in the
r u.i>. un<l a* the bueineas which he
I ~| n v; w referred more particular;)' to
tii. iii;i>rtation of American cottons, he
\,r. • iiliy decided that the best thing
loin o do was to come to this coun
try and learn the business fionj this en*l
a! Ibe line Hrgt.
Mr 1 .kuhara arrived in Savannah sev
• r.l and ago and Is at the Pulaski. He
u-> n hi th© Hussar* Club last night
by u Mining News rejorir7 and talked
v * r> m i lily of his plans and his Ideas
W S(I, je and lo ihe future of the cotton
trade b* tween this country nnd Japan.
Cos id ' ring the fact that he has been in
thP intry only a year he *p©aks Fng
psh w: r markable fluency .mat exprea
f very inPdllgently. showing he
ha-- c •<n cun ebb table study to condit
ion- n. this country.
•*I | mded at S*-a tile n year ago.' said
Mr 1 tkuhara. "ni.d went lo New York
wh're I begun the study English un
der a tutor. I made pretty fair progress,
•ny fr id tcII me. but l not so many
Japan*)- In New York that I whs con
tln i.iliy tempted to s|eak mv own lan
guage I thougnt 1 .-tumid nike bettr
l-r 4" -- If 1 came t Savannah, where
1 would also begin my work of acquiring
a knowhdg© of the cotton business.
I think 1 mad * no mistake In selecting
Savannah.’’ said Mr. Fukuhara. in an
swer to a quewtlon. “The city Is a ve~v
beautiful one and ( am alreud\ In lov©
witn it Th* p* pie arc very kind and
hospitable. and my r* 'option ha- been
mot* cordial than 1 had any reason to
eape 1 think my stay here will be a
very pleasant one. The gentlemen in the
•of ton business.esiMH’lally, have been very
ordial and have promised me every a
distance I could desire. My plan Is to
l*erwi som** time, whether weeks or
months I cannot say. In acquiring som
knowledge of the cotton business, and
then to get a position with an exporting
on**- and • arn th* de oils of the busi
ness. especially how the banking ex
i nangev are conducted, as w* II as the
I living. shipping, insutanr? and other
“I am especially Interested ‘r the set
l*lan<i cotton busint ’ slid Mr. Fuku
harn. "Japan uses a great deal of Bgyf
tUn cotton in miking fine \arn- Your
a island cotton Is pnctlcdly unknown
there. 1 am satisfied that the set Plan's
>u per lor to the Egyptian* for tine
irns. but some of our manufacturer**
.:\*-d at me when I told them so I
red the prices of se t l - lands ar pretty
t©*‘ and the * of transpordtuc *o
.n is ronaldcrabi*'. but I believe th©r*
ii large opening in Japan for sea Isl
ci I cotton."
pan air* dy has an extensive cotton
i i ufacturlng busirw—s. Mr Fukuh*ra
oi, *•#. and h© lo“k* forward I I trge In
■•*s© in this business ©q* lallv when
editions In China have reached a *et
i 1 base. a problem b\ tt • way. in
v Mi Fukuh.ua is consider,ibly In
The cotton plant grow- In Japan
s l Mi. Fukuhar.*. but th* print 1- small
I th lim is very shirt. It Is nearly all
;n into yarn by hand by the farmers
sno raise it Th.- Japanest manufactur*
obtain their suppth * chiefly from
:na a1 liombay. The Chinese and
.vptl.m cottons are not e ju.il to th**
A’nerl *an staple, nnd the latter Is much
referred, but owing t the high cost of
i' iimportation It la used at t*r**sent to
.• :> It limited extent. With the complel
of the Nicaragua canal n very large
r* tse In the amount of lotion export
'd to Japan may be looked for. ’
I** the Japanes" business men take
rr it-' i interest In th* Nl aragua canal pro
? Mr. Fukuhnra wn- askel
They tk* th*- deepest Interewt/' h*
r riled. “They see m it tn* means of
• itly increasing their commerce with
country. At present rates of trans
> • • iion by rail acroes this ('ontinent. and
•* by ship to our port- ire almost
p ohlbttory. and we are prevented from
l ng a* largely from the Fnited States
v'• otherwise w<>uli Our navigators
r • hunts mid manufacturers take a great
in th* and question, and many
* •: from your pafiers relating to th
itwi are translated and republished by
’ ■•* lApanex* paper*. Wifn the can*
mp:*ted. 1 expe.t to see b
st< imehip routes from the
pmewv i*>rt* t* New Orleans. Savannih
and \**w York. It wootd mean a large in
i-e In our commerce with the South.*’
Mi Fukuhara inqiiir* I as to the poll*
*' of the people of the South towanH
' • building of the canal nnd also / to
' • policy of the administration toward*
' fiir gtv* rnrnentV policy of the 'open
Is the right | icy," he declarer!.
It will never do to nik a partition f
• Th** open dijor Is the tru- policy
J’lpar. and th** 1 *nit and Slat* .m*l f*r
> Hrituin ns well. 1 trust It will
adhered in by till of these countries “
Mr Fukuhara has mad* u good lmpre*-
" h* r* an.l has already made n num t
c'tuumtar* * s who ate dispofrd to al*l
ui in his pursuit of knowledge, not only
• the cotton business, but of various
• r 'uhjects. both tmlloial and local,
i he w ill dotibtb ss find of Interest.
• i a son of (*en. N Fukuhara. of the
r r *- a 1 st..fT of the Japanes. nrrm The
1 ter was traveling In Ruropt during the
• m * 1 f the It x*;’ out break li- Fhlna. but
i• w on hi* return home. Jlef**re m
-t<* this country. Mr. Fukuhara was
1 ' lu iated f**r a Mine with an exporting
• n fm*lu te*| by his brothers it Kloahu
•n. engage.! in exporting coal hil
• nber to China.
HI'PHII AT ll\\AO\ I.UM.F,
1 Ika Committee of the Cnnntry Store
I'.ntertaln 'I heir 4sattnnt.
A merry party of Klks and thtl* lady
Ind- took supper last night at llinnon
1 Ige. Thiinderbolt. The party was Tiade
th** committee In charge of th©
niry Htore at the Carnival, Me-ar*.
Heyno.ds, chairman; W. V Holt,
•irl*-. dradot and J Fllncker. The la-
were thirteen in number, all lint
• i assisted In the store l*eng Invlnd
tn party went out on a special car aui
hn * l * most enjoyable time.
f IN Elf\
V CF A I y
This is the sign that guarantees the biscuit in the box on which it appears, to
be always fresh, delicious and crisp. When you order Soda Biscuit, Milk
Biscuit, Butter Crackers, Saltincs, Banquet Wafers, Sultana Fruit, Graham
Biscuit, Sea Foam, Oatmeal Biscuit, Ginger Snaps, Handmade Prctzelettcs,
Vanilla Wafers, tell your grocer you want those contained in the “In-cr-seal
Patent Package,” with the trade mark design on the ends. Used exclusively by
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
m\\ < omi:m\ iih.iit or ay vy.
s., F. anil \\ .** Inlnnotloa %aalt Po*-
tal Tel. < o. ni**olwd.
The application of th© Savannah, Floti
*ll and Wf.it- rn Ralls, v Company for an
Injunction prohlbltlhg the further contin
uance by the Postal Telegraph-Cable
Company of the pro • ■ ding* Instltutnl by
the latter to condemn for Its pur|*w*e*
portions of the right of way of the f.r
--nu-r was refused by Judge Falllganl In
the Hu I rlor Court yesterday.
By the Kim*- order Judge Falllgant !!*-
-io|\.| tit** t**m|orary restraining order
previously granted. It i* altogether prob
able that ( oim.-i I for the niilw .iy < om|-
any will irry the case to the Supreme
4’ourt. without waiting for the ticaring
u|n the app*cation
junction OiherwD*' th** plaintiff wouli
have to wait until th* Mach term of the
court for th** trial of the case.
The Pom 11 Company sought to con
demn. for th* pur|H>e* of ere -ling |*o!es
and stringing it wire- a strip of the rail
way company's right of way. between Al
bany on 1 Thomtsvlllc and Thomasvllle
and VaUlostn. so that It might complete
Its system in tha* section <*f the state in
which these tow is are located.
The railway om|Mn>. In >• apfdlcntion
for an Injunction, alleged that th* pro
posed roii'li mnation anl the use of Its
right of way for the suggested purpos*
wouhl great.v dim.ig** B. subject Jts busi
ness t*> new and In.• rea?e-l dangers. For
this reason the petition anil the resulting
proceeding* f*r condemnation have been
Mr. Charles F. Prendergast has already
been apisdnusl Ith i*ss#.-vor to act with
two others, one tbe . 1.. t* .1 by the tall
way company and tn** otb*-r to Ih chosen
by the ih.i others thus s *l*ctel. t< fix the
value of the i'ompany’s tight und the
damage to !*<• don*- B by th** rondemnat’on
of u portion of B for telegraph purposes.
CTfltlbTM %* TH HIE lIIXiIM.
Uilli Only n lew Merchants, How
ever, Hi** It Been Lively.
Already the Christmas trade has become
perceptible nmcaig th* m*rch*nts. With
om* of them it Is s-ar elv noticeable, but
in certain lines there has been a very
appreciable In. ntie". owing lo the desire
many hav> to seure their Christmos
g.Mvi* Ufore the rush.
One of the leading Jewelers said yester
day that th r© has been evslence of a
distinct picking up In his buemes. nnd he
. i*dlts it t> the approach of the holi
day season. Many Rave call'd upon ti*tii
and mail** pure host -of t'hri*tmas pres*
*nts. while many more have .teked that
U* laid aside for them r*r a few
l:i>s until th* y *oi: i d<< *le whether or
not they wanted them.
One of th** leading lot hi ng merchant*
Mini th.u there h.i* been little doing In
his ire- tsi ikl accredit to the holi
day trade. He hold* that it lias not >*-t
opened up 111.* business, he said, has
held up well, but it has not been nearly
wrhtP It would have been hi*l the cold
weather appeared The unusually warm
day* tnot have Ix-rw experienced lately
have given a * > , t-l*a< k. to the sale of w in
ter clothing, und th*- garment* :hat ire (
usually sold In greatest quantity it this
season of the >. ir ire no? demanded by
customers. This, however. Is a trade
that 1* only delayed, for it will be had
b> th© clothing mi rehunt* whenever tliu
Cold we#thcr puts In 1 appear ince.
Their holldav goods have ur* idy been 1
received by in inv of th© merebants. S*'nie
of them h.i\'' not received their etitfr-*
stock of wintr gi**l*. hut they will b*
arriving almost dally, ond aeon Christmas
..op|Hrs will b- abb- to find whatever
they iteslre. Almcat Invurlnbly. however, j
p is the custom to wait almost until tlie
Dst moment before purchasing Christmas
presents This custom Is particularly nn-
Mceahle with men, few of whom ever think
of buying present* for thus© to whom they
wish to prewtit them until m!k>ui Christ
nr.roKK hkcohdkii iiihtiiidge.
W onlil-Hr Wife Jlurilrrcr to Awiill
IImul( of Ilia W Iff. ln|nP|i.
In the- f*ourt ywtPrday Bm
Brook*. colored, who the night IWorc h:<|
h-l Tosher liangioo* arr*u*t*l. *h*rg*i
with APsauiUns him. haJ the * aril* turn
*l, Hanglcos bHng dl*ehargcl arxt In turn
preferring charge* ngalnxt hi* ccu*er.
Brook* wn* fined $. with the* option of
ten day* Imprkonment
jamea Cook. the rt\mk thief captured
•ever*, day* ago, n *ent to the Cliy
Slits Robert*, colored. arretted day be
fore yesterday, charged with criminal op*
•ault upon the 4-year-old child of ni*
roupin. was remanded to the Superior
The caae of Jemew Porter, colored who
*erloiip)y <\t\ hi* wife. Savannah Porter.
Wedneaday afternoon, at Weat Broad and
Wew street*. was continued to await the
ttauil of he woman s injuria# j
THE MOKNING NEWS; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23.1900.
' A> EC’I ADOIt H %ILR4I %11,
<on *iil-<•©ii© rn I Perry M. del.ewvi'*
D©*© rip I tun * f It to ( npt. 11. •. Piirsi-.
In a letter recently recelvi*! by Capt.
D. G. Purse, president of the Board of
Trade, from hi* friend, Consul General
Perry M deLeon, formerly of Savannah,
Mr. deLeon states that the railroad from
Guayaquil 4o (julto .ipi*-ar* t< L an j.*
surer) fact. The work D being actlveh
prosecuted by two thousarxi Jamal, a I
- borrm, who hav© arrived within the b r
month, and th* ** will lie f- 11 .w*-*l by tlir©*
or four thousand more In tin* next two
The road will be 300 miles in b ngth. and
will pierce the heart of the And* . ■ kir!
li.g far famed Cfcimboraxo und running
along th© base of Cotopaxi; It will cost
many millions, and require w.-veral >• r*
to complete. It is being built by Eng.ish
and American capitalists, who are ‘ 1
to hav© made iheir m lllona in the Trans
vaal The contractor D Mr J P M 1 H>h
<ld of Knoxville. T**nn.. but Mr F C
Dunn, a native of Virginia, and for many
>ears a prom 1 nem railroad man m Ala
bama, Is in charge of th© w, k. His w lf* .
a member of a well know n Virginia f m
-ily Im with h* r husband Quite a number
of other Am.-rbsn ladles have* also *me
cut to Ecuador
Mr del#©on think** there is a tin* opp>r
tunfty for young railroad men. either <
• mploves or sul-coniru' to/-, sklile.l cl.-rk*
are also tie* d* and. but tlrst-elass refer* n *.*
ur.- m all • .*-• • rtqulred uid obrteti Is
,i 'hln*' qua non ’ On© *t wo good si* nog
rnpbers who understiui*! S|anlsh and Ktu:-
h-h can obtain lucrative employment.
Preference Is natuialh given to South
erners for the rea.am that the pHnclt*ab
are themselves Southerners, and also from
the fact of th* Ir being b**ter able to stan 1
th© climate than Northerners
Among others <mp oyed by the rompinv
are Gen. Samuel Wragg Ferguson of
gou*h Carolina. Frar k D*nt of Rem*. Ga
and O. W Taylor of Atlanta The r*rl
built by Meigs in Peru will Im* ©quailed.
If not eclipsed, by this stupendous under
TII HOI 4*14 NLRRI'EH LDR
voatliern llallwny Will Neanme Um
Jaek*onvlll©-K••*•* lt> Line.
The Southern Railway will re-.-t.hllsh
Us through sleeping r line between
Jacksonville and Kansas City on Nov 2ft
This will offer a very convenient and
quick route from Savannah to the West,
<n .1 doubt le jk- th" line will be li* rally
paironlxed. Trains Noe. 13 and It will han
dle the cars, which will have buffets, thu*
enabling j*asaengera to avoid the Irn *•-
venleoce of having the train f*r ih©|r
meals. This line wn operated last >*-ar,
ami its resumption will be weleomed by
those who have l**en accustomed to us©
It iluring the winter.
Mr W. G. Brew* r. city ti ket nnd p©*-
sengcr agent for She Central Rallr**ul,
was among th** paaaeng*r* aLxird the
steamship Tallahassee for New York a-t
night Mr Brewer ha* gon* for <i grcutly
needel vacation, and his many friend.* In
Savannah trust that hi* h* *lth. which has
been somewhat Unpaired, wld l>* entire
ly restore*! by hi* trip
- - -
WKHK UUK I.U M KIIIIKI).
Itn l.lo)il entitled In Vrar'i lap
part I ruin liatHli* of Hr • |ji to In.
Judge Fcrrlll rendered a l* lion in the
Court of Ordinary yesterday in th< mil
ter Of the <a\e.t of Abe Llo\d rind Other
lf the application of llo**. Ltoy i for a
widow'* year * support from the estate of
The caveat to the application wn ba*el
on the rontemlon that Roen wo* not tin*
(awfully wife of Benjamin and
therefore not entitled to the >• ir Mip
|iort Kvllwum and arguments wer<*
heard at great hngrh. Judge Ferrlll, In
rendering hi* decision dl.-tnh and (he <a
\eat and granbd the application for
>iir‘p iuppori. thu* etubdhlng t l> -
gal statu* of llf>sa Lloyd, a* th *i low of
mu i:vri:T%i\ to-night.
I.utlirr l.ragur’* Social at tile 1. 11.
The aoclal annoutufil in the Morning
New* yesterday to have been given i-y th--
Luther I-eague to the members of the
Young Men's Christian Association last
night, will take place to-night The pro
gramme will be given in the association *
gymnasium at *.30 o’clock After the vo.
cal and Instrumental music, refreshments
will be served, ami a social tmi will Ut
Indulged in Those who have attended
these socials In the past know how en
joyable thev are an l to-night the Luther
Leaguers promise, if anything, a more
pleasant evening. Every association nn
ber la expected.
AIiTIOX *iu:m th ir hay.
SAVANNAH AUCTION AND COM
MIMMO* l BMP IM,
111 Whitaker Street.
TO-DAT at 11 a m wr© will sell fine
(oltshed Oak Btdroom Suite, 3 flne
Pianos, 2 Organs, 1 6-foot nnd 1 12-foot
Counter Cases, 2 Sewing Machines (n**w),
Lidl' M Km© Trimmed H its, Fin© Bd
v* rw ire.
Washburn Mamlollns nnd Guitar.
2 ' \\ Indow Shades, all colors.
A WINERIGHT, Auctioneer.
7: p. m SATURDAY we will sell s>
Lilies’ and Gentlemen'a Wheel#. Ail in
li %\4.i;u \ \ME OF ( 111 Rt tl.
The Bt%estli *irerl Mu* llrrome K|i
%%rth M©ilnll*t t hnreh.
. The name of th© Seventh Street Melh
! odist Church lias been changed to Ep
worth Methodist Church. This was done
by a unanimous vo;© of the congregation
.i ti* . quarterly conference, whicn
was n *1 la-i night at the church.
A ill* names of the -tr**te south of
Ai.dcrso,'. w• r© iwingt*! som© weeks uu >
by tin* CTty Council, “Seventh Street
M<-tho.l*t Church” no long*r had any
.* Ignlfli an * For thl© r* a *on it was dc
. i*.*l to mikt a .hinge. in*l Mr. J. L
t’hrut. iti, < hairmiui, Mr. W. M. t’nif!©,
Mr \Y II Flfer, and Mr J. I) Rogrs
w * re a| ;olf (. <] ,i committe© to suggest a
Epworth Methodist Chtirch,’* was th*-
st:gg*?|on r*f the committee. The name
w i* chop'll l**-< iuse f th<‘ association It
l. i w 1 * u John and Charh** Wesley, Um- ;
gi*at M* thielist* Aln-ady there is a We.*-
I* > M*'num*ntal Church, and at* th© com
mit tr© desired to further memorialise th.
\\ esb \ in S*\ ifinali. the nam© of the
birilqii e* was <-ii'>*©n for the church that
1.- row on Thirty-seventh street.
An ol*Jcctlon that was raised to the
t ..me “Thirty-seventh Street Church"
v. i that It sounded ns If the church were ;
away out In th- country. Strangers In the
city might ho think Horn© of th© congr**
gat loti h and always tleslred a name other
t! in that >f th*’ street on which the
church was located, and the change to
“E| worth*' wa especially pleasing to
Presiding Ebb r J A. Thompson pre
sided over the conference The pa*tor, 1
Rev. J. A Smith. Rev. W 8. Ifeath. city
mission rv. and the off!' ere of the chur h
r n |er©d r* |*rt Them* report -, touch
i? * u[>on th© v mo.* Interest* of the
* .’lurch, showed It to I*- In a most flourish
ing condition. Blxtv-i ire ni* mls r* have
be*n added during the year nnd over $1,600 j
from ;iH sources h;- leen ral*ef
The foil .wing oftl •r* were elected for |
th© ensuing year: M©e*rn. J. L ChrD
ttnn. Jam*-* J ick*on W. M Craft?*. I
R iw’md. J N McGinis. O p Murphey.
W. II Flfer. W. P Ridle. F. C Stone, Y
\ i v and W s Wolf
•Mr J L. mu eb ted Sumbiy ;
School sufw rlnb-r.dent. and Mr J N M -
Glllis wsi - ©l©©ted sirperlniendent of the
I'd© of Hope Sumlay School. Mr. F. C
Stone wa* elected recording steward and
\ Kit tin t roit the iimttKit.
J. \\. K*lls Gels fart of 11l I lain*
%untnt \iirnilt Company.
J \V K'dlv. formerly m nag- r -f the
Fores! City VarnPh C>n|ari . <>!•: n• I
verdict and Judgment for tllf.Ot against
that corporation In th* City Court yte
t* r lay Th* plaintiff sued for 4/7<191. but
th** several claim ■> of -••i-off made by the
• vs' • rt gnind In part tn ’*•
Jury slid the compromise verdict was the
The claim of the pi dntlfP wa< for the
payment of his salary ** manager, pay
meni of which, he averred In his petition,
hod been denied him The defendant an
•<vs* '■'<! that ln*ead of It owing th* pliln
tiff h * ws* himself Ind -tel to
It it little 1. * than SPO Th- Jury Just
about split the difference.
WILL (.11 i; WOMKEHk % Ml I'PKH.
y, t|. %. lint m Who Secured Slew
Mean her* \\ ill He (.neili.
The Young Men's Christian A*mh laelon
wlil Tuesday evenir.g rhow Its apprecia
tion to those who during the recent mem
bership canvas* brojght one or mote new
members into (he Association by giving
them a *upp-*r
It will be nerved by the members of th*
Ladi* * Auxiliary. The canvass brought
the association in over ninety new rnem
hers during fhe few weeks It was In pro.
gresa. A gu<l supper will he served and
the occasion promises to be very enjoy- .
rr. 11*10* %i„
“* TIIM MKN s VV 1:1: K “^IiXIKOrT-
Itng fr*. ho)* and girt** atlenllmi. no
auntie * . hopping, or novice practicing
but cut by tb* u<* rgta hair ex|*-rt him*
**df bring tht* adv n the 24tf. f*etw*en
.t *•*. ♦ p m g East Broughton, luiir.
mid ahavlna Mi|*t>l> hHie The
pla* e for everything pertaining to hair,
ewttchee. \i g p mpatkaire, wig*, nms
*"• Ni a- f.* x daili •
queralf* and detect Iva us* . mail uplere
prt*nitly hi and an fully fllled
ADVERT * HKMRVTH HET IN C W
IT A Wild. HE PRINTED IN CU A-t
IIIFIKD ADVERTISEMENT fOMMN
FOR TWO O:\tr a WORD NO AD
VERTIHF M ENT TAKEN FOR I.ESM
THAN :< V
THANKS' i! VINil DAY WILL So* N
U- h*r** S. • Miller for h ftuitable tub •t.
bol l that turkey un l trimming** Dining
mbb-e. pldcboarda, buffet*, tdilna clo*rt*.
rh*lr* to |ii* an* anybody 907 Itroughion,
YoD Wild. UIKF THE AIII.K FROM
Hpr.ngfl.ld Dairy; It’* rich ami pure, try
HOW AllOl’T YOEII WINTER
clothing ■* 1.-t u put It tn *hap< $ p. r
month Sterling Preaalng Club. D York w
TRY IIITTTKItMMI S ( ANDY; l‘< *SI
tiv. ly pur**; I'ryiUllsed fruit aeaorletl. Lie
pound. chcrrt* h and ginger un> price;
chocolate, a*eorte*i. Ik pomel. neur oi
fin** candy. ”.c pMind. ID St.?r we**t.
I HAN’T FOIUJET THAT Mil.! EH
r* l|** tioll* .in I t>\ ('otue and e* our
htdUlay a4<>rtmcnt. 2u7 ltr>ughton, w.-.-t
HYACINTH AND NARDISSFS Hl DItH
palm*, rubb. r phutt> .ut fl.*w. te anl
floral <l*l*4 m* from iK'Nlugs Nurmry,
oppw!te < *thollc * *.lll* it ry. J Gardner,
agent, 12 Broughton wtreet. eaat.
I- •-* FoR ART Hgt’AHES WHILE
tin v |•*t 111*4 aMftortnient. all gra len of
art equarca. rug , mats, |*ortlt-res. C- I*
SER IAL AN ENLIMITED HDPDLY
of new wtlhm locker*, ladle * *lxe. Ml %2
J W. Teeple
I AM NOW LOi'ATFl* AT 411 WEST
Broughton; ring up 11S9 if you want to
have your fun l ure moved or parked for
ehlptn. nt or etoruge, I guarantee pr ra
the eamr * I -lo the work that * given
to tile. A H. (Irtflln, 411 litoiiirhton etr*al.
erst, mattreee.* m • let. ortor
IF ITS KEGS YOI’ WANT. Y*IT CAN
get them cht.iper from kii'Glilt*
II FOR WOVEN WIRE COTH WHILE
they laet. *'. I* Miller, agent
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
eurpamed foi rlchneOs; and livery Is per
fret; phone, 2-146
SEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS,
nffb e tabl* ofllce matdng, office shade*.
2f7 Broughton, west
WHEN Y4U SEE M tULLIS SlXTY
inch V9-c* ni rugs, you will buy them.
Just can’t help It; will sell In any quan
Go’to~IIETTBRICH H FOR TANDY
nrtnt wafer#* cinnamon wafers; le|lcloos
for the hI k listtertrh v 110 Stale, west.
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing? let um put It in nhsp ; 91 per
month. Bu rling Pressing (*lub, D York. w.
SEE THE JEWEL HTUVK.ft AND
ranges f.*r sale bv J. W Toepie, al.-o
agent for Insurance gas-lb © stove.
••FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE,"
Is a specialty with McGlills.
FURNITURE UPHOIitTERED, MAT*
tr*>M*s renovat'd, antique furniture r©i*oi
Irhed, furniture packed, and nhlpped in
best maun* r 8* nd me your ordti.* C. P
KIMBALL’S ANTI - RHEUMATIC
ring every rheumatic ought to wear J
Gardner, agent, 12 Itroughum street, east.
* M GILLIH* LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your (tsrlor.
M'GTLLIR IB CHEAP ON RUGS NETS
lace curtain*, hamm-wks. water cooisrs
pillow*, picture*. ©to\es. bedroom suits,
und furniture of every tie scrip! ton.
IF YOU IkiN’T FIND WHAT YOU
want where you are dealing. sit|f>ose you
try Miller. His assortment Is the Usi In
town 2>7 Broughton, went.
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
ele\a(bn In the country, fr©© from city
drainage Impossible for milk to become
! contaminated, by Imfmr© odors; If you
want pure J< rsay milk, phon© 2343 I>©-
llvery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed
M’GILLIH MOVER. PACKS. SHIPS
and store** pianos and furniture; best work
only, no “Clusap-John" pr| es -no "(‘hasp
* HOW ABOUT YOUR ’WINTER
clothing'* let us put tt In • hap->; | p. r
month. Sterling Pressing Club. 19 York w
CANARY BIRDS. GOLD FISH WA
t©r grass, bone flour st 12 Broughton
SEE MILLER’S NEW STYLES ~IN
rnrp©t*. matting*. Ilrnd* um*. window
shade* Ail work done In first-, lose style.
Get our estimate. 207 Broughton, west.
M’GILLIH HELIX SIXTY-INCH HUGS
-Smyrna patterns— for cents.
■"PEE MILLER H NEW STEEL STOVES
and ranger, ©II heaters, wood heaters,
best makes, reliable goods, reasonable
prices. 2()7 Broughton, west.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
!TAl*i WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
KoR TWO CENTS A WORD NO Al>
VKRTIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
HOW ARE YOUR FEET? IF YOUR
feet are troubling you, call on me and i
will give you relb f. I cur© Ingrowing
nail*. <orns and all diseases of th© feoi
without |*alr.; charges reasonable; can
glv© the best references In the ©By; pa
tient* treated at r*©ldence©, orders tan
Im left at Livingston's drug store. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 2k3. Lm
Davis surgeon chlmi-odlst.
HELP W IMHII-M ALE.
Hoirth t’arollna. prefer on© with some *x-
P rli> ©of the millinery mndne**. Ai
-lr *•* X. Y. , h** offl* *
WANTED. EXPERIENCED MAN TO
liandl© thirty-five or forty hands In tur
pentine wcmsls. Address John?on lock
box 115. Tifton, Ga
WANTED. A FIHBT-CLABB LUMBER
Inspector and shlpikng clerk. A
East Coast Lumlwr ComiMny, Water*
’WANTED. A YOUNG MAN To Co£
bet Address answer '*• ’ollector,*' care !
News Office; state i©fereri<* -
SALESMEN WANTED TO
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade, we are the largest and only man
ufacturers In our line in the world, liberal
•alary paid Address. < n De* Mfg Cos., j
office. W Board of Trade Building. Savan
IIEI.P IV IVTIH-I-'KIMI.K.
wa.ntkd. a good cook apply
*ft*r 10 o’clock, No. 17 Mcl>onnigh atreet,
~wanted7oon. be liable <'ook.
call at orwe. No 223 Houston stre#*t.
W ANTED? FIBBT CLASS WASH WO.
man. none other need apply. 3k llaber.
sham sire* t
*A L V BUT 18 EM E NTS S ET~I N CA P *
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
. room,; elate term. and krvatioc.
| Addre,* "Coinfort," car. Newi. .
•EMPLOY m:\T U %*TKD.
AI DRESS GOODS MA \ TnTTXi VV kTiD
•Dement writer pri-.'nt writing ad*
for the largest deimrtment store South,
In desirous of * change A'klrew* Mur
phey. P*G Austell buf dlng. Atlanta, lia.
DRESHMAKKIt OWN SYSTEM DE
algn. .ut and flt, out !.*>. IP* Price
u 4ATEB—MUM I l i yM.oi t.
WE WANT TO BUY Sol’R EBB
mentrsl svrup AUI* matl .ni|b > a* and
prices, Augusta Mtcam Candy l*'a*tory
WANTED SUFFERERS FROM RTOM
a.-h. liver, kl*tt** v wnl |nt*-<*ttnal di-.u-l*
t> write Rev Alphcu* Winter. Tryon. N.
(V. to b urn ai**ut r. medy that almost and
w% * * ui*' < El.. -> -tar;;;:
IK YOU WANT OOOP MILK, GET IT
from B|HingiieUi Dairy, It s rich, pura and
w bole soma.
II YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUMP
earth, dirt. sand, manure, etc . free of
charge just at city limit*, hauling ovu
hard road, write or trieph*ne Brown
Bros . corner Anderson and Eat Broad
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN 'CAP
ITALS WILL UK PRINTED IN CLAS
Sli ILD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
KoR TWO CENTS \ WORD NO AD
VKRTIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR hi: Vl It now*.
two ei itnishi;d or u.neurnThiu
'*l room'* f.ir rent; privilege of hath. 2D
NEATLY FURNISHED llTaiMH' \!.L
con veti leiK'ea. Banuiid ei reel, neat l-i
--\h rt >.
Rooms FOR RENT AT TWENTY
Hull street, west, nulutde for ha>| or
ofTl* •• or home*.
FoR RENT, LARGE SOUTHERN
room, unfurn shed %ppty 12 Lib>rt\. w t.
Im tw*'-n houra H an.l |©Jm a m only man
and wife r single lady need applv.
FOR HEAT—HOI ag.
No 217 Waidburg atreel. east, between
Abe room and Lincoln, flr*t-rl.i*a or.br
and condition: avery convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. West Broad and Broughton ati >ats
F(lt RENT, NEW MODERN BRICK
dwelling Whitaker siren, onr *lfMr north
f Taylor Apply tc. It F. Kin k, And*r
>on and Al**-ivom street*.
FOR RENT. RESIDENCE 103 I'ER iY
“tn et. weal. Ajq.ly to Andrew llanl *y
FOR RENT THAT DEHIItARLE RES
M* t *• with NitlMu*ee. -tld*o* ami a
r>utful garden, lIR Taylor *trre*. #.-f
|%r particulars Inquire S (#u. k- nfiel
roer's Bay and Jefferson street
FOR RENT. 514 JONES STREET
went, Imuii'dUite |o M 8. Hike-,
TO RENT. 221 AND 723 BOLTON
| treet, n*t; the** are good house* and
location exiient Apply to c A Mcln
llre. 4S It anl of Trade It ul ding
"FOR RENT. SEVERAL DESIRABLE
re*|t|enc*s, thoroughly renovated Aih*!v
A Wylly, agent, 12 Ittyaii street, east
'T^Ttrrir^rxiuTrrrirj.i~XM^~r>? r KT7T!;
Foil ItKNT. eoiINKK KKOITUIITON
ANIi WKHT IIItOAIi KTItKETB FtU
-MKIII.Y fM-rri’lKl* HY Tin; H.VVAN
nah rAimiAOE ani> yva.ion eo. n
“for kknt. on tiik ooebchkk
rckad. bet wean three and foui -mtle post*
(tru.ley • .rs nearly to two mil* post), laiit!
in b>n* from one act# to one hundred,
name can b*- bought Ii larga or small lot*
on easy term*. C II I>oi*eit.
ADVKRTISEM I:NTS SET IN OAP*
ITA iJH WILL BE PRINTED IN CL AS
SI El ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
EOlt TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR SALIC—HEAL KSTITK.
PI A I*4 WILL BE PRINTED IN (’LAS
SI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
IFOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
I O!t SAEeT A LOT FOR TWO HTTN
.Ired dollar?*. e*y term*, on Nlntn etret-t,
near i:-t llrnatl, no city taxation C. II
FOR SALE. I/TS ON NINTH STREET
• Brood < - ly tiiiq SI SSI
•a* h; twenty-five doiia*a * a*h. .irvl ay
monthly payment*. C. II In.rsett.
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINTH NEAR
East Rroid a* |2 f ew. h; wld *oo
le H<l\nn *-<1 to 522&. when a lot ha* been
|Hid for I run arrange io g. t a honia
built, c. II Dorsett
‘IiEHiD! N' : and BtTYLDINO""LOTS
for sale all over the city. Robert II
Tstrm. real estate dealer. No. 7 York
FOR SALE THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad; have only been
•old to first-class parties, who will m ike
good neighlors; nrel none dher* ran buy
The term* are very easy, and thoy are
ch.i|>er (bun any other* In the vicinity.
C. 11. I>or*ett.
ADVERTIBEMI NTS SI T IN CAP
ITAIaS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FUR HAI.B—MISt 1.1.1. t N 1001 N.
StiV HEM. THE COLUII KING! TIIV
It when your favorite r-fn*dy (alia, at -<
t>ottl. a-lilrU to a sill of honey make, a
■l’lvndld mixture for Infante end children
IIEN/.OIN 11.M.M MAKES THE SKIN
like velvet, for .ale hy druxst.t or at ll> n
ry and AberroTß. I‘rra.e Drug Store.
Whitaker amt Tavlor atreet..
I ’ KOII KALE. RIVER HAND BY WII.U
’ lam It l*uder, 1775 Hell.
FIRE PROOF SAFES WB CARHT A
fine line of fire proof ..fee In eto<'k at ill
. time* The part)., can ee* exactly wtwt
1 they are getting Our prl.-e are aa low
a* manufacturer, aril It, .Mil freight a<td
*-d Rartlea Interer!.!, who wl.h a greet
fire proof aafe, will do well to Inapecl
our to> k Idppman Ilro. . Elppman
Mu k agentn for manufa. turera
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure milk; try It; you
will be plee*ed
TERPENTINE LOCATION FOR
eale. M rror>e Itr.t year boxea; 12.000 n ra.
rrmnd llmhor, at HSo |.r acre. s■* par
thouaand hoxee for leaa>.| tinner; pf If
of limber to la- got. In five mll'B of rail
road; will give poeeroeFn now or at end
of ere.oo Addr.ae Hound Timber, raia
ADVERTISEMENTS SET " JN~CAP
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN rLAS
SI FI El* ADVERTISEMENT POLE MS
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VKRTISKMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
LOST A>l FOE AD.
IdrST. IIRINI >LH BELL PEP, SIX
month, old Reward If returnnl to No 24
Itryan .tree!, *nt
STRAYED OR STOLEN. FROM NOR
ton tuMiire, Ogrechee road, one amal!
black home mule, blind one aye. Re- |
ward If returned IThomnmn A Harvey.
110 Harrl*. we*t.
$2500 REWARD FOR MOEBE-COLOR
ed mare mule, .tolen from W, R. John
aon. Emanuel rounly. law night; wire
chief of poll.. Ulilwi if found. U. L Da- j
In private family; desirable location and
all convenlen ea of home. Apply *l7
PRIVATE FAMILY WOULD LIKE A
cheerful, companionable couple. r two
retired gentlemen to take rcon And hoard
lt> home, term* no ovject t* rigtit pit tv;
spb ndtd.y located Home C omfort*. ar
of News Offli c.
CHOICE FRONT ROOM WITH
b* ar*l. *!• .■(raide k> aGon. 3/T Charlton
at reel, wcet.
11l aiM as ( || %*(>:*.
VDVKItTISCMENTS SET IN
ITA I<K MILL Id PRINTED IN CLAS
Sti ll D ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
i lt i w *<’!.NTS A WtiRD NO Af-
VF.RTISI Ml NT TAKEN FOR LESS
TH AN *ic
Pl.t bill \li.
MODERN PLUMBING IT WILL BE
to your Intei* c to let tu- give you an eo
timau on vour plumbing new or *U|
work; repair w.-rk a;- l*lt \ a* I am
a practical plumber No gut-e* work to
emiatigtr your life. Wiggim*. 'j hona WJ7.
*#eorgla or Bell
vi*t I*l.L % Mint a.
WE GIVE >•( CITHER DOMESTIC
or gloss llntsh. perfect w*ta l or• t City
Laundry. Park avenue.
GET YOUR WEDDING PRESENTS
a* Koch A Sylvan*, at Whltak r They
HIO Im auttful and i heap.
BEFORE YOU PURMIASE WAI.a
don’l forget Taylor, hl n**w stock
•*l low prl *•-* will p , you. 141 Bar
THE REHORCINE A NTISLT*TIC PROI
res* Ia ttie most satifffa* lory to clean
. I ah* don* *ilv h\ N* w York Ht*ani
Dye Work* Whitaker and Hi de
NEW DOMESTIC. WITH BALL
bearing*, on r ■> urine; try one; buy one;
deal with your people Pet don A Hon.
FOR FISHINg i A* KLK, NETS,
go to Cornwell a Uhipman.
"7mN T TIP l HLI. YOURSELF ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pet* or matting Perry A Benton will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
WE GUARANTEE TO DO YOUR
plumbing work cheaper than any on**
else. A C Price \ C. St?te aid Jef
f rs**n etr*'Ots, ‘phonen ♦„>
HAVE YOl R HOI HE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entire
*at!*fadlon guaranteed Adams Paint
WANTED. ONE THOUSAND llUN
grv people at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, 111 lUrnatd street
•PHONE 1575 FOR FOREST CITY
Laundry They will call for your llneo
WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR
tng gtv* n |*ereonal attentl.in. at Koch 4k
Sylvan’*, 4ft Whltuker.
LARGE AND NEW STOCK OF WALL
pop* r. just arrived will make prl.es to
suit you. Willi mi Taylor. 14! Barnard
NEW DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
with ball beartngv lock and chain stitch;
two machines In one Penton AS n,
WE ARE DYEING NOW BY THE
new oxtidvo pro* - - '*qjally nJ.iSeA
f*>r la<ftlew‘ Iln** • r*|m and tall*r-m*l
dresses; #*. nd us your work and you will
l*o pleased New York Hiram Dye Work*.
I olt HARDWARE AND TOOIJ4. GO
to Cornwell A Chlpmnn’*.
WE SELL HEWER PIPE.
pipe. Are t lay. Are brick at l*went price*.
Aki(u* Paint Company, l*d cHi(reas,
PERRY A BENTON 13n STATE
street, west, will move, pn k. ship or atom
your furniture at short notice; alo ren
ovats your old mattrensea at Istle coat,
llell 'phone 1124
NOW IS THK TIME TO GET RID OF
your second-hand Move; we will lake It
In exchange for n new on* A. C. Prlea
A- <\> , St .He und Jeff* r*<m street; phones
"more THAN ONE HUNDRED cents
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
rash at tha Southern Grocery Company.
114 Barnard afreet
"THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK~IB
being turned out by Forest City Liundry.
’GOLD WATCHER AND DIAMONDS
nt all prices Koch A Sylvan, 4ft Whitaker
FOR TIIE MOST SELECT AND
largest stork of wall paper In th© city,
go to Taylor. 14! Barnard.
PENTON A B<N. WILL RENOVATE
your machine and guarantee It S* II new
or ©ld ma -tilre*.
FOR RANGES AND BTOVIM. GO TO
Cornwell A Chlpmnn.
CIYPHINB IS THE REST WALL Fln".
Uh rtiMlr Adiirn* Paint Cos., Savannah
agents, 104 Congress, west.
\ E HAVE A FULL LINE or MAN
tel* from io cent* t JL r * cents, put up fr**e.
A c. Price A 4*o, State and Jefferson
streets; 'phones 6M.
REDUCE TOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned hanl cash
with tha Sou them Grocery Company. 114
* ADVKRTiai’hUKNTS *KT IN r-AV
ITAIX WII.I. MM I’UINTKt) IN ri.A
BIFIBn A1 >VBHTISKMKNT COI.I MM
Foil TWO CKNTH A WOHII NO Al>-
VKRTIHK.MKNT TAKBN FOR I.K3S
For sole at all News Stands
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice 1© hereby glv< n to all persons hav
ing demands against Pauline l it©
of ssbl county. d*eer*©l, to pr* *• rt fh-m
to us, profh rly mad© out. within tl
time t l ©* *4*rlt>etl by law. so as to show
their rhura* t©r und amount a< *1 sli per
sons Indebted to -aid deceased are re
quired to make Immediate payment to uo.
Savannah, Oct. , li
Fruit, Produce, drain. Etc
>UV At HI LT. WtM.
JOHN G. BUTLER,
Polnt*. OUa .nd Gian. Sa.h. I* ora.
Blind, and Btißd.ra' Buppllea. Plain and
Decorative Wall Paper, Per* ten and Do
mestic Pement*. Lime. Plaster and Hair.
Bole Agent for Aheetlne Cold Water Paint.
X) Congress ilreet areal, and 19 St Jullaa