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d:atm i)i i: to milk.
I>r. Ilmnnrr %||rove the l*ln of
Municipal Hirrlhintlon l*lnnt.
Tie Morning Nrw l In receitx of a
c \r .<n lellor from Mr. Nathan Btraus,
>; w York * well-known philanthropist. In
~-jii n he ftrongly advocate# municipal
ownership of |4ants for the Pas
teurisation O'- aterlUxatlon of milk
lor the use. of infant*. Mr
Htr.iu* relate# hi* own experience In
•ne * .-‘.ut>.!*hment and opeiatlon of a t*r
tllsation plant for the benefit of the |**>r
children of the city and give* some *tat
-11..g ehowtnic the great saving in
Infant mortality effected thereby.
Mayor Myer* and Health Officer Brun
er \\*-rw ahown Mr. Btraua* letter yenter
d, a! <1 a-k***l their opinion of the 1U
•dvteaicd by him. Both apoki u>ro\ln;-
| V 0 t Mr tkrauK’ work a* a philanthropist,
t>u* ~ai*l they could not exprea# an opin
ion n the subject of muiilcliail ownership
of a sterlUiatlon jriant without further
Th following extracts, taken from Mr
- ular letter, will be of interest
, , parent.' k rurally:
Ti, .ueands of infants’ live** are need*
j,, -i rllice.l annually by impure milk
ey>t*sn of milk t***v or examination
inw n• p* ration or capable of being gen
e;4i apj !• i. eufhcieni to protect the
p . jf.jj children against the nox
luU. i present in a large portion of
t 12 K delivered In Its natural state in
c n . Hhakesneare. of Philadelphia,
no #>u, i lit authority slate* that nearly,
If | ue, one-half the death* In cities
In ! > .ntry are du* to that class of
ch , wtu h are known to be preventa
ble * ’ among these preventable dls
c., I- he diarrhoea! dUturb-iiicp# of
vou: *• iren, aim the prime agent In
ib p • iu< t n of these is impure milk
T Mte of affairs was brought to my
a i, ? After miking a thor
qui uminwtkm of the subject and
ink r >uriel with pysiclana at home
a: i who were a<!oepu*d its authorl
tie*. . 1. irope, Ib gwn to experiment as
to what ould be don* to bring absolutely
par milk. and milk fitted for infant con
sumpt Hi, within th* reach of those who
n It. particularly the poor. I found
•! testimony absolutely unanimous
at*. to the requirement of perfect sterlllia
tton <l’ st< irrigationi for all milk intend
ed for food in citlee. I accordingly **-
tabllshe.l t eterillzlng laboratory, and be
gan the dispensing of pure milk, both In
Its natural and sterilised form, from one
booth in one of the most thickly popu
lat'd districts of this ritv. The system of
sterilization adopted was th.it of Dr.
Howland <J Freeman of New York Thb
system combines the preservation of th*
nutritive qualities of the mlk and th
complete destruction of all noxious germs
‘ This work was begun In IV*-. when 34..
400 lx4ties w*re distributed, and each suc
ceeding year enlarged and widened In
scope, until the present year, up to flats.
(>96.677 bottles have been dispensed and
M 2. XI glaxs'-w of milk drank oti the prem
ises Its results can be more eloquently
told by the statistics of the hearth depart
ment than by any words in my vocabu
lary. The table gives the population,
deaths and death rule of children under
five years of age. and shows that the
death rate per thousand w s gradually
decreased from 96.5 In 1191 to 6-’.B In the
year Just passed."
"Brwtistle* of the deaths find death rate
for th** three hottest months of the year.
June. July and August, when the peril
to child life Is greatest, and •'onsequent
ly. the distribution of sterilised milk the
1 rge-1. demonstrate more convincingly
t*> what the culpable sacrifice of
It font life may be irrerted. The follow
er table show** th* deaths and death
of children under 8 years of age
f the month of June. July and August:
V ar. latton. Death#. Hate.
>: 194.214 6.612 136.1
! * 199.896 5 892 117 9
•} 215.723 5 788 112.6
♦ . 212. MS *6.183 116.1
;#7 220.641 6.401 91.3
• 229‘29 4.689 81 8
>p 223.587 4.562 78 1
Th** rate of Inf.int moriallty Is hero
wn to have nontinuougiy decrcfttd
.* • * tht* establishment of the Pasteurised
rillz**d) ml k I*oolll* from 186.1 In 1f93.
*** 78.1 ill the present year The#o rold fl#?-
s are fluent nnd |*owerftil evidence of
beneficence of this work of iriacing
I' ieurize<l <sterillxed) milk within th
r rh of every poor family In Manhattan,
ft 1 of Its efficacy In routing the force*
f? isease and death.
"Uonfftilng the eompirlson lo death*
f- <n diarrhoeal disease- <iurlng the two
r -I fatal months of the year. July and
A c nt. we find the following state of af
f r> For fhe three years IW>-1892 the to
number of deaths from dlarrhoeal dis
* during iho months of July and Au
r si was 6.122, for the thr*** year* 1994
■*; the total number luring the .ame
■' months whs 5.262. showing h saving
(' s- . deaths in the presence of an In
average |M>pulatlon frotn 1.700,-
* *• 1.970.000; for 4he three yeara 1897-IKW
'otal number during the some two
r ,*hs w*a* 4,060. showing .1 still further
MVI g of 1,212 with a still greater poffli.
a mere hint of what might he ae
r mplisheri by municipal ownership *rd
r 1 Ipal operation of plants for the I'as
* .ration of the milk supply of o.tle*.
-ults of the estghllshm* nt of ,1 plant
the Infant Asylum at Hand ill- isl-
N'ew York city, may be quoted: In
•n.i* death rate amongst waifs picked
• in the streets of New York and taken
' hospital wan 44 36. * rate so high
be. ome a matter "f grave concern
v in charge. 1 1 ked |>erml*sloai to
1 the asylum with all the
U milk they reiiulre*l This of
f‘ r was declined. and the .p
--pti.ing death rate continued. Fin
• v in 1898. I secured permission
• m Fresklent John W. Keller of the
•artment of Charities, to install In this
• 1 m a complete plant for the Pasteur
tioii of milk food*. The following nta
• *1 e. furnished by the rep4rtment of
irtties, nhow the resuit of tne first at
rip: nt municipal proprietorship and op
nioii of a mlik Pasieurl.atlon nlaiw
*.C children treated. 1.214; death#, 511;
I* r c.mage, 42 02.
“ - ‘ltldrcn traateJ, LIU: Jith. 171:
i rcintagc. 35.11.
*’•‘7 chlklicn ircaletl. 1,111, Acalh*. 621;
I ' civtagg. 11.36.
1 tcurlxlng |>l*nt wn. In.titllcG .n
•' -wrly part of 18(kt, ati,l tht <lcath rate
’’ h'-llatc y i.lr,,pp*aj an follows:
chicirrn treati<l. 1,2*1, rkraths. 21S;
I ' •ling-, 13 10
** Chtiiir-11 irctttcrl, 1,997; death*. 263;
I' r • Max-. 21.52.
"hat may we call this heedle**, need
• -i rlflce of Infnnt life? In the fa op
1 *•• f • t*. I* ll too strong l ' call It
' -lor, i rmltted murder? Whtn tin 1
"* of a railroad wreck nnd aoronpanif*
■ -of life |p telegraphed arr* the
•ibent. It la followed by a shudlcr of
r, *r. ml If any life-saving prec.*Jtlona
■* I tern lacking there la raised t cry
,f '-i.Keance against the "soulless" ror
i 'l* rs whose duty It la to provide every
•• lord for life. Rut what of the th®' I *-
■ ' Infant* whoae llvea pay the aen
of lack of precaution? No shudder
r tor ;>a*-e over the land; no t ry for
rm la ralaed, yet Just a* surely aa
Proper pre. au:lon would have pe
•<l that railroad cataatrophe. Juat to
>y would the llvea of the thousands ef
" helplesa Infants be saved dll our
1 !• tpal authorities adopt the preventive
’ ures here shown to be effective.’'
• - mortality statistic* for Savannah,
•mmon with those of other cities,
’ *w the death rate to be greater among
1 *reu among 5 years of litre than for
other else* and greatest among In*
••'.l*. Tha mortality amcng the negro
children of th* city U very large and I>r.
Brunner has frequently called attention
to this fact in his annua! report* and urg
ed various sanitary measure* a* check
to the appalling death rate It may be
• hat this high Infant mortality. e*;ecially
among the negroes, is In part dus to con
taminated milk or milk from diseased iat
tle and that a etertllaa’ton plant for up
pl>*ing sterilised milk to the poor of the
city and to all fathers who cared to pay
for It would result In a considerable re
duction of infant mortality.
MILL DIBTHIBt TtO UAH MK NTS. *
Needle Work l.nlld Will CSlve Them
fiat on Wednelay.
The garments to be distributed among
th*- poor of the city through the effort*
Of the member* of the Needle Work Qulld
are to be delivered on Monday morning
from 9 until 12 o’clock at the home of the
president of the Bavannah branch. Mrs.
David Wells, No. 222 Charlton street, east
On Wednesday at 11 o’clock the annual
meeting of the Qudd will be held at Ht.
John’s Parish Hall, after which the dl*
tributlon of the garment* among the va
rious church socletle* making appitcatfcxi
for them will be made
Great good ha* been accomplished by
th. Needle Work Guild during he six
years of Its existence In Savannah One
>ar there were upwards of l.dflfi garments
distributed among the poor. It 1* thought
there will not be so many this year, the
number anticipated being about 1.800,
which was that distributed last year.
Borne th.rteen sections of the Guild exist
in Bavannah. and each of thorn wtil send
in the garments it ha* collected. They will
all b* carefully assorted and equally divid
ed among the charitable organizations of
all the c hurdle# In the city for distribu
tion among tha poor with whom the of
ficers of the organization* come in con
tact. This is a plan of reaching the dc
m rvlng poor with the garment* that has
proven very satisfactory
The officers of the brunch are anxious
that all who care for membership In tha
Guild attend the meeting The only re
quirement for membership of man. wo
man or child is an annual contribution of
two new garment* The la
lies are greatly interested In
their work. of which the poor
of ail cre**dn and sect* are tho benwflCla
ris* The Guild 1* itself strictly non-sec
tarian. all denominations laing represent
ed in the membership
M6RTINK7. DENIES THE STORY.
11l- Stnt-m-nt to HI. C.pvrrM
tlon \<lth Mr. Mohlbrrg.
"In Justtc- to my.-lf on*l Magistral- C.
D. Kline." Mr J. Martin-* *l<l yra
t-rrtay, "I whth to make tho following
natem-nt a* to th- cm— atAt-il by 11111-
ywrd and Muhlb-rg:
"When I dl.cov-r-d th# loea of th- ,-v
--cral artlcl-* taken from me. 1 sought the
aid of th- <l-t-ctlv-s. and in company with
them visited the irawnshops and Sound
several article- which I Identified aa my
property, and which were delivered to m#
At Muhi*>-rg' we found th- wlswrf.
which I Identified The detect Ives told him
to put them aelde until they were called
for. About an hour after I saw th- de
tective. and he told me to go to Muhl
rg and lell him to give me the rrlnort,
which 1 did at once, and he refu—d to
give them to me unlew I pakl him 36c,
which he claimed he advanced to the
party who pawned the.m I refused to pay
th- 35c, and told him If he did not give
me the scissors I would have to take oth
er tep to recover them
"After I left the establishment 1 met the
detectives on the next block and told
them lhat Muhlberg had refused to give
up the scissors unlees I paid him 35 cents
Acting on advice I went to Judge Kline s
office, and hnd him Issue .a iese*or>
warrant for them I went with the con
stable hack to Muhlberg's In onler to
Identify the scissors for him As soon as
the warrant was presented he delivered
the scissors at once
*‘l deny most emphatically the state
ir.ent that the setasor* would have been
delivered to me If I bad brought a dete--
t|ve. or that I had taker, any unnecessary
(Heps to recover them There Is a suit now
pending In the City Court against him a
a result of the language need by Mr
Muhlberg at the time, .ami the evidence
given there will bring to light the facts
as to what was said."
.MAYY ISTWHESTED IS WWDK3.
People Aaxlens to Hear Mr. Waller's
Version of the Alleged Drowning.
The dispatch in yealenlay'* Morning
News relative to the return to his home,
near Columbus, of W. O. Bowden, who
was supnosed to have been drowned at
Tybee last summer, created no end of talk
among those familiar with the case. The
Insurance people were particularly Inter
ested, a* more than one of the companies
In which Bowden held policies at the time
of his reported death have agents In Sa
vannah ami in several rases those agents
had been looking Into Ihe affair by direc
tion of their home ofllcea.
It was generally admitted that while
the companies had not at the time made
the par mints rail**! for by Bowden s poli
cies they would have had to do so In the
long run. as despite the disbelief In the
mans death that was so widely prevalent
In Savannah, there could be found not a
single fact upon which the company*
could have liased a refusal to pay the
amounts of the claims.
Bowden's statement as printed was
rather Interesting In Itself, but what the
majority of those that discussed It wsnt
to see Is the report of a heart to heart
talk with the brother-in-law Waller, who
was with Bowden on his trip to Tybee,
and who afterward told so minute and
Circumstantial an account of Bowdens
Inflexible determination to enter the surf,
pis own attempts to dissuade hin from
so foolhardy a resolve, and Anal reluctant
consent to sit on his clothes; Bowden s
entry In the surf and tragi, disappear
.not and bis own frantic efforts to find
the body on the beach.
UlflH-'.IIKAVUII t'AMvf* TKIKII.
James Cook he"* *° ■" ,or
Judge Norwood dealt out Justice, undi
luted and unadorned, to a baker s dosen
of negro offenders, charged with misde
meanors. in the City Court yesterday
Several of them were acquitted and of
those convicted the majority escaped with
short terms on the gang.
One of the exceptions was James cook,
who was sonten. v*l to serve rhalngnng
terms aggregating twenty-two month*
It appeared that Cook had been decidedly
Indiscriminate In selecting for hi* per
sonal use articles of wearing apparel be
longing toother people, a bat and an over
coat both being of good make and In
good shape, being part of the outfit with
w hich he had provided himself He was
tried on two charge* and found guilty on
both In each cos* Judge Norwood Im
posed a sentence of eleven month* on ths
Bradley Thomas, who when arrested for
another "offense, was found to be carry
ing a concealed weapon, was sent to the
gang for three months This I* sn of
fense which Judge Norwood ha* always
strongly condemned and never hesitate*
to punish severely. He b accustomed to
aay to those whom he sentences to terms
of Imprisonment In Jail or on the chon
gang for this offense, that the habit of
carrying cornea led weapons Is responsi
ble for the greater part of the crimes of
i violence that arc committed in the county.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24.1900.
PERIODS OF PUN.
How Three Women Found Relief.
While no woman is entirely free from periortical sufTorinff, it iloea not n-em
to hnre been the plan of nature that woman should ffer so severely. I.jiliu
E. I*lnkham's Coiupouml is the most thorough female regu
lator known to mealu-al neienee. It relioees the eouditiou which produces so
much discomfort and roixt menatruation of it— trrenrs.
The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers :
Au*. . 1898.
“ Dcar Mas. Pi.vkiiam: I have
suffered sine.! the a*re of sixteen with
painful menstruation. I have been
treated for months, and was told that
the womb had fallen a little. The
doctor savs that is now in place npain.
but I stlrt have the saute pain. Please
tell me what to do.”— Mas. Emma
Ki'khi.. 112 Trautman St., Brooklyn,
E U., N Y.
Jan. 19. 1599.
“ ThtAR Mbs. PntKHAM : Afu-r re
ceiving vour reply to my letter of
Autr 6 i followed your kind advice,
and am triad to tell you that 1 have
been cured of the severe pain at time
of menstruation through the use of
Lydia E. Pinkhain’s Vegetable Com
pound. I have taken six bottles of
It, felt better after the first bottle,
and after a while had no more pain
or womb trouble.
“ I hod doctored from the of six
teen to twenty-six, and hail lost all
hope, hut your medioine has made
“ 1 would like to have you use my
testimonial, so that others may see,
and be inspired with hope, ami take
your medicitie."— Mbs. Emma Ki’Riii.,
112 Trautman St.,Brooklyn,K. D.,N. Y.
Feb. 20, 1900.
“I saw your medicine so highly
recommended I thought 1 would write
to you for advice.
“ My menstruation oeeurs every two
we'ks. lasts a week, and is painful. I
hare been troubled in this way for
aomc time. I suffer from siek head
ache and backache all the time, appe-
If there is anythin# about your case about which yon would lllte special
advice, write freely to Sirs. Finkhitm. No man will ace your letter. She can
surely help you, for no person in America has such a wide experience in treat
ing female illft as ahe lias had. She haa helped hundred* of thousands of
women back to health. Her addre&a is Lynn. Mass., and her advice is free.
You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation. •
MA REWARD. -We b*ede| -Ited with the Nuttona! City lisnk of Lynn. .',
r I which will be paid P, any |>er*en whuest, find thst the .hero te,ttrnoDtal letters
■ arc not gt-nolao, or were published before obtaining the writer's special t>ef
f mission. LYDIA It. JMNKHAM MEDICINE COT
nil*: m tiii:k tiikih imwt.
Members of file V. M. I*. %. lilvrn fli*
Second of Ihr kM*lnla.
Tho Duther League of the Church of
the A.- on ••lon gave to the Young Men’s
Christian Association last night n>
enjoy aMe aodable. Th** member* of the
|Mfuf. particularly the lady m. m:•? .
had ipcnt the* greater part of the morn
ing In preparing the gymnasium hill for
the occasion, and the result waa well
worth their efforts. Tables were arrang
ed on two sld*s of the hull and b* uti
fully decorate I with flowers of different
kinds and email palm-, ban 1.-one Ku
queta also adorned the piano. while h**
platform lor the u-e of the j<* : form- r • w.ia
edged w.th magnificent giowing chrysan
themums and ptlms. To the rear *<f tha
platform and above It wa- draped *ha
colors ol the Huther Hose the emblem
of the league. Each of the memle i- aDo
wore the colors. either .t featis'ii- .f
•null ribbon or In an embtemnll* badg*.
After a short address t>> Mr. Fred W • *
pels Jr . the president ->f the hagm the
fo. lowing excellent progrumm* was given*.
Reveille d* Amour." as a piano duet,
by Misses Mattie Wlegand and Adah-n.i
Song. "A Dream.” bv Itarth it sung by
Mr John Hanks "A Warm Reception.”
played by th** Apollo Mandolin Club, com
posed of Misses Edith T* * lah . ll* h n
Thompson. Minnie Decker. Minna Suiter
and Mr. Otto Kolb. Piano solo. “The Al
pine Storm.** Kunkel, played by Mr
Charles Donnelly. Recitation. "Kugcna
Aram.” by Mr A B. Green. ‘•Forsaken.”
for two violins and piano, arranged by
Mr John Wlegand. and played by Messrs.
C E. Connerat. Jr., and Fred Wlegand,
and Miss Mattie Wiogand. A seh tion
from "II Trovatore," played by the
"TrouNslour?." Messrs. Beckett. Carrlck,
Btaib and Selden, who were drtssed In
the ■ o-turn* > of th* Hpunish rttudrnts.
knickerbockers, velvet coats and plumed
hats. Alm<*st every number wis encored,
and the performers. In th** tnajorlt) or
cases, responded with r*-<-all pie* *-**
At the conduslofi of the programme re
freshment* were served*
LEFT % i;tt% NH tl.h K*T ITT.,
I.lfflc .Vnlinn Had %r*|ilreil Most of
in terns e lhea* *a*lnas.
Temporary letters of admlnD’r.iilon on
the estate of the late Jeremiah J. Sh a
were granted to Dennis Hh*a by Judr©
Ferrill, in the Court of Ordinary, yester
day. The administrator Is t * father of
the detective who was shot and kill and
last Monday night.
It appears from the |etitlon that Dete -
live Rhea left an e.t t** of vm mill
value, the personal property con |.-tln.; of
rot more than flso. I: l fcimwn that •
year ago he had more thin $1 JW In • ne
of the savings banks of the city none,
and It is |*> stble that h- h *1 ive-l in
from his salary and other earning* more
than this sum.
Vn deep study of the situation Is ne d
nl to discover whither his saving went
For a const leraMe tlm** the unfortunate
officer had been spending large part f
what he mide and what he had upon bit*
ale Johnson, the woman his attachment
for whom finally caused hie death. He
Is known to have bseo vary generous with
Stite poor, sick at
thing 1 eat hurts
me,am very weak,
thin, and aallow.
“ 1 have tried a
doctor, but he did
not aeciu to do me
any ifood-” — Miss
® l# . S °- 11 ' St -
Uictnuond, v a.
April 23, BKK).
“ Since receivinjf your answer to
my letter 1 have been taking your
VegrUble Compound, and it has done
me more (p*>d than nuy medicine I
have overtaken. My menses are all
riftht now, and appear once a mouth,
and l feel ho much atronirer. 1 shall
alwaya praise your medicine."— Miss
Mahout I‘oilabo, 31m So. 4th ht.,
“ I was troubled with female weak
ness.irrefrular tod - t -ff—,
painful m.-nstrua- 4
all on, and leu- 1 7 JfC* ' X
eorrhoea. The F^3-Y<_.
doctor's medicine ¥ 1
did me no kocsL
I have taken one
IxitUr ami a half Jl \*y
of your VcKetahle 0 1
Com pound, and
tha uk s to your In.'. JftyT mi> f ,
areifonu. lad vine
all women buffering as 1 have to use
your Vegetable Compound."—Kuna
J. IhiiRHLK, Indianola. 111.
riHToi, %%n jik%hh the wßH’oti.
I lint riaiired In l'iulil Retwfrs W.
C. (irnvi* ami %. J. Peters.
Quite <i sensation was created on Bull
street and Oglethorpe a venue yesterday
afternoon by the threat of W. C. Gmvca
to *dioof A. J. Peters upon whom In* drew
his pistol, and the subsequent flghi be
The difficulty took place In the store of
Ha dam Ac Cos. where Peters D employed.
Groves Is the proprietor of the Mir of the
Planter’s Hotel. When seen at the bar
re ks, whire h had been ret. but from
which he was released on bond, he said
that the whole trouble had been brought
about by a disagreement between his
wife and Mrs. Piters. Thi* men were
thus drawn Into the dlffi ’Ulty and at the
tlm** thi quorrtl liuwt*ei tlem started.
Grov<*s had gone to Peters’ place of bus
|n< ss to ask him about an alleged Insult
ing mjm •■ h that he had made to Mrs.
Groves the night b fore.
According to the story told by Groves
when he made known to Peters the object
of his v*ot, peer* cam** from behind
th*; counter where h<* was standing, and
walked with him t* the Bull afreet *kor.
In a short tlm*- the discussion got **o
warm that Grot**** called Peters a * ■*-—■
liar, which Peters promptly resented
by a blow in Groves' face. He then went
In the store, followed by Grove*. Who
says that thinking him nrmed, he drew
his pistol, but threw' it out on the side
walk when ha was assured that bis oppo
nent was unarmed, and went for him with
hD As;-. He nays that In the fight that
followed they were both near the counter,
where thcr* w lying a pair of heavy
rutting shears, and ihwt with there peter*
attempted to stab him. but that toe threw
him down before he was aide to do so.
At this time several on-lookers inter
fered. and, separating the men. Induced
(Irovw to leave the place. Meantime Mr.
Pritchard, a clerk in the store, had tele
phoned to the barrack* for i policeman
and Patrolman Frank J. Smith arrived
and arrested Groves a short distance from
the scene of the encounter
peters tells a story that differs In many
particulars from that of Groves. lie nd
mti* that he struck Groves first, but say*
that it was only after Gtoves hud applied
to him tin ©pith* t th.it no man could fill
to resent. Also he admits the fight that
follow**.i In th* 1 store, but denies that In
th** struggle h* attempted to cut Groves
with th* shears or even to get hold of
them. Th* f.* t of th* matter a*, he said,
that after he and Groves had struggled
for nwhile he was thrown, and while
lying on the floor Groves threw the shears
at him. narrowly missing him. #i.l also
threw' a heavy doth weight at him, but
this fortunately also missed Its aim
Peters says that even after Groves had
hem arrested, while he waa In charge
of tb*- polleem* n he made a second assault
on him and struck him on the head.
(i roves will appear before Recorder
Hartridg** this morning to answer the
charge of disorderly conduct. pointing a
pistol at the witness with a threat to kill
him. assaulting him. and also with car
rying concealed weapons.
—A Type—Mr. Jones—lm afraid Mrs.
Brown sacrifices her comfort to her ap
Mis. Jones—Yes; and sacrifices It In
valo.—Puck. ’ —-
CLASSIHEI) AilVtHf IStMENTS.
ia s' ut- i
ting trr- anti gtr * aiterfi>t. no
ntintlr * t hopi'ing, or novJse pra‘iftetnc—* j
but out b> ih< UniTKIA hair expert him
*elf, bring thin al\ on the 24th. between
3 anl 4 p nv. 28 K.*t Broughton, hair.
Jeeelry anl wlaivtng miih U hou*e Th*
place for everything pertaining to hair,
xwitehe* tai a* p rnTVttW iir*. wig*- mm
tartie*. whlxkeo. f r .tally, zlag* nn
quermb aiul !•• . live u*e; mail otvlerz
prompti> nn.i art fully f'k'd
APVI ItTISI MKNTH SET IX >AP
ITAIsS WILL UK PRINTED IN CIAi4
SIFIEI • W*VEKT!HRMENI
KO|t TUn FI NTH A WORD. N< AD
TAKEN FOH I.ESS
TII \NKS JIVING DAY WILL BOON
i" lit w Mi ■ KI lor for a zollgl u *.*t • ~
I* It < . * md ti milk ng in
in blow. *l*llmmil*. buffet*, china cl*v.t\
chalrg to pl ac anylKxl> 3u7 Drought on.
YOU will like the milk from
Hpringflcl.l Dairy. It'* rich an.l pure; try
DON'T lOHGKT THAT Ml 1.1. EH
*elle doll* ,inl toy* Dome aril t*e* our
holklay a** >rtment. 207 Hrougbton. w**t
IIY \"fNTII AND NARCIBBUB UELBS
palm* rubber plant* cut fl<era are!
floral dvHig* from tMlachlg'a Nur*ery.
op|x*tte Cat hollo tVmetory. J (lurdnur.
agi nt. 12 HrMighton etn-ei east.
I-’ -Vi FOR ART Syl’AllKS WHILE
th*\ last Kllg ••ffortment. all ftroilcii of
art miuare*. rug . mat*. porTere* C P
rifOß'K LINE OF WILI J 'IV AND
cobbler *# rocker* for tin h II lay?*. *'
Teeple*. 317 11 rough ton, we*t.
1 AM NOW UVATITi \T 414 WKHT
Itrxigliton. ring up lIM If you want to
h*v your furniture moved or packed It
*h!pm<nt or etorige. I guarmi te# prl*e*
the *anu- * 1 *!o the work that’* given
to me A H. Griffin. 414 Broughton *tr**t.
went, matlre*** a mad* t* orel< r
IF ITB RUOO YOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from MoOlills
91 FOR WOVEN WIRE Ft T 8 WHILE
they laat. C. P MUb r, agent
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
*urpais< <1 (or rtchne*.-, delivery I* ier
fect, phone. 2W>
fEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS
office table*, office matting. tfflce ahale
2<7 HroughtAn. we*t.
WHEN YOU SEE M GH.LIS SIXTY -
Inch 99-eent rug*, you will bur them.
Ju*t can’t help It; will *el! in any quan
TKBPLE IS SHOWING A NICB I.INE
of cir|et*. matting rug*, *hde-. lino
leum. cheapest In town
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE.’*
I* a ftperlotty with M *Gllll.
tr• -*<* reti v.it !. antique furniture repot
|rtied, furniture pgoked. and ihippel in
b t manner. Hnd mo your order*. C. 1*
KIMBALL’S ANTI - RIIEUMATU’
ring every rheumatic ought to wear. J.
G.mlner. agent, 12 Broughton *tree. *a*t.
“M GILLIS’ LAGE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
M’GTLLTS IS CHEAP ON RUGS VETS
lace curtain*, hammock*, water cooler*
pilloft*. pictures. *to\'e*. be*lrx>m atilt*,
and furniture of every de*crl|rtiofi.
IF YOU DON'T FIND WHAT YOU
want where you are dealing. wupt>owe you
tr> Miller. Ilia aaaortment 1* th? l*at In
town 7T Broughton, weal.
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM SUIT
PrVr ami dining-room furniture, you
• i • pie’*.
KENSINGTON FARM 1H ON AN
elevation In the country, free from city
drainage Impossible for mbk to become
contaminated, by Impure odor*; If you
want pure Jer*ey milk, phone 2345 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
MGILLIS MOVES. PACKS. SHIPS
and *tore piano* and furniture; Peat work
only, no ’ Uhcap-John" price*—no "Cheap
VAN ARY BIRDS. GOLD FISH WA*
ter grur*. bone flour at 12 Broughton
SEE MILLERS NEW STYLES IN
rartM't*. matting*, linoleum*, window
shade*. Ail work done In ffrat-clae* at vie
Get our estimate. 207 Broughton, west.
M’OILLIS SELI#S SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna |>attern* —for 99 cent*.
'TEEPEE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
stove*. *t*H range*, oil heater* and hot
*tuff heaters. 317 Broughton, weal.
SHE MILLER S NEW STEEL STOVES
nml rang**, oil heaters, wood heater*,
beat make*, reliable goods, reasonable
price* 267 Broughton, west.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP*
IT AI jH WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
Foil TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
I VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR IJSKA
fret are trmbilng you. call on me and I
will give you relief. I cure Ingrowing
nails, corn* and all disease* of the feat
without pain; charges reasonable; can
give the beat reference# ftn the city; pa
tient* treated nt residences; order* can
be left at Livingston’s drug store. Bull
and Congress street*; telephone 293. Lem
Davl*. surgeon chiropodist
HELP W IBTKD-MALE.
at once. A|fly Planter#’ Hotel barber
shot*. 894 Bryan, west.
WANTED. EXPKIUENCEdMaN TO
handle thirty-five or forty bond* In tur
pentine worel*. Address J.din on lock
box 115 Tifton. Ga.
WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS LUMBER
Inspector and shipping clerk. A ddres*
East Coast Lumiar Company, Water
town. Fla. 0
""TRUSTWORTHY GENTLEMAN OR
lady, each tounty. to manage our bu l
ne*. salary, S7B p-r month and all ex
penses advance*!; in •'!*• self-ajldressol
stamped envelop* Manager, 380 Caxton
SALESMEN WANTED TO HELL OUR
good# by sample to wholesale and retail
trade; we are the largest and only man
ufarturera In our line in the world; liberal
salary pal I Address. Can Dex \Jf*? Cos.,
office. 28 Board of Trade Building. Savan
r.nh. Go .
HELP W 4 BTi:i>-FMI4LK.
hands; only white need apply* 221 York,
WANTED. A WHITE GIRL TO 1)0
llgnt housework. Apply H Liberty. W*at,
between 3 and 4 p m
- ADVERTIHEMENTH SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
ROOM* M OTKD.
two OR THREE NICE
furnished room* for light housekeeping.
Room*, care New*.
'WANTED. A FLAT. NOT LESS THAN
five rooms; Mate term* and location.
Addre** ‘•Comfort ’’ 'are News.
STRAYED TWO WHITE AND
black Holstein cow*. T. D Clark. 323
i park avenue, west.
~ STRAYED OK STOLEN. FH<EM NOR
ton pasture, Ogeevhee road, one small
ilack horse mule, blind Me eye Re
ward If returned. Thoaaiwn A ilarvey,
819 Harrlt, west.
w m i p-iim r.i.i-DWH 8.
PATENTED AND UN PATEN TED
inventb>u* bought Shd sold. 1/na* A t'o.
Ht lauit*. Mo.
CHICKENS WANTED WHITE WT
andottsa or White leghorn* preferred,
would also buy Inctihatar. etc . if cheap.
3! N Thompson. Fnm.induia. Fl#
WE WANT T<> BUY SOUR FER
mental syrup Addre*e. mail •empD at and
price*. Augusta Steam Candy I tury
WANTED SUFFERERS FROM STOM
ach. liver, kidney and intestinal disorder*
to write Rev Alpheus Winter, Tryon, N
t’. to learn about remedy that almost aL
wav- cure** Em lose stamp.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Siwlngffekl Dairy. It’s rich, purs and
if you wan 1 ? k Place t< • and
nrth. dirt. rami, manure, etc. fte. of
chatge. Just at city limits, hauling over
hard road write >r telephone Brown
proe . coiner Andeison ami East Brvtad
advertiseaii:nts sit in CAP
ITAIsH WILI. BE PRINTED IN CLAS
hifif.d advertisement column
FOR TWO CENTS \ WORD NO AD
VFUTISKMENT TAKEN FOR IKMS
Foil 111-:* T—ROOMS.
"ITTTtIv FURNISHED ROOMS. \i.l
convenience a 80s Barnard street, mar
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
southern and * *tern xposure ilr*t
hot nd ami .old water; fur
tIMMS M ! Ml Blftll t *
ROOMS FOR RENT AT TWENTY
Mull street, west, sultabb far school or
.>ffl e o r home *
FOB IIF. VI'—IHH Mia.
No 217 Wald burg street. ea*t. belwsen
Aberenrn an 1 IJncoln, fir**! ’4a*s or.Wr
and condition every conveitlencs Right
rent t* right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. West Broad anal Broughton stresta.
FoR RENT OR SALE. THAT MAG
nifleent residence on the southeast corner
of Gwinnett and Barnard streets 1 l>
FOR RENT. NEW MODERN BRICK
dwelling Whitaker atroei. one dor north
of Taylor Ajnlv tr. II F Ku k Ander
son ami Alter- orn streets
FOR RENT. RESIDENCE U3 PERRY
street, went. Apply to Andrew Hanley
FOR RENT THAT DESIH A RLE REH
Irian.'* with outhouses. * tables ami a
beautiful garden, 118 Taylor strse?. **t
For particulars Inquire H tluckenhei
mcr‘s Son*. Bav at and Jefferson stre*f
FOR RENT. 11l JON KB STREET
west. Immediate |<*m e-el.m M H. Biker,
T< It I-'NT, 221 ANb 222 HOI.TON
trr#t, im.t; th,- r- x°* M * hou,-
Ini'mlon -xrellcnt A|*f>l vln <’ A M‘'ln
I tr—. <4 It urd of Trml- HtilUllng
~k6r lIENT. BBVKIIAI. " nraiHAIII.R
thoroughljr r-fn>vt.'l A|>i>l>
A Wylly. xt-nt, 12 llryn ,trrt. ot
I'oit nr.KT—MISCC4.I.ANKOI X.
RUNT. CORN Kit nROUOHTON
ANI> WERT ItltOAD RTItEETB. FOM
MKHL.Y Offl’l'lEP MY TIIE HAVAN
NAH CAHItIAUE AND WAGON CO. II
~FOH RIINT OR BAI.R. THAT EI.E
xmit farm, fotir mlira on tht* AufuaU ro<l
(|V-<l| rontalntnx two hundrrrl nml
thro- iK-r-a. fifty <f which am under a
ht*h atatr of cultivation; thar- r on the
place threw ilwrlllnKa. taro lirr tarn*
him! packing hwl. a fine ortarian wall;
-v.rythlnx In tlrat-cla** order; two ratl
ru.ida run throutfh lha lawd. I. I>.
Rorhi* . a
FOR RENT. ON THE OOEW'IIfcE
road, between three and four-mile poat*
(trolley car. nearly to iwo-mHe |>oo. land
In Mn from one acre lo one hundred,
urn, ran In- bouxht In lame or amall lota
on eoay lerma. C H Dorntt.
ADVKRTIHEMKNTR RET IN CAP
ITAlrft W 11,1. HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVBMTIBKMKNT COLUMN
FOR TWO CKNTH A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOII IJSSB
1011 ti Y —mu is t'\ 11
AI > VKItTIHKM ENTtt BBT IN OAF
IT AMI WILL RE PRINTED IN CIeAS
-BIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
rolt TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR I-EAB
I , ,11 j iuS \ Eof FUR TWO Hun
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth afreet,
near East llrotid. no city taxation. C. H.
Do roe It
FOR SALE IXiTH ON NINTH STREET
nrar East Itroad. no clly Lues, al 3200
h; twenty-five dollar, cash, ami rasf
monthly payments. C It. Dorsetl.
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, hi 1200 each; will won
lie advanced to 3225. when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a hums
bulll. C. H Dorsell
“RESIDENCE ANn~Su!LD!NO LOTS
for sale all over the clly. Robert 11.
Txtrni. real -stale iP aler, No. 7 York
FOR SALE THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, n-ar East Broad; have only b—n
sold lo first-class parties, who will make
good neighbors; and none others car, buy
The terms are very easy, and I hay are
cheaper than any other* In the vicinity.
C. 11. Dorset!.
“ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAIJt WILL RE PRINTED IN CLAB
HIFIBD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
Foil SALK—MISf'RLLASBOI S.
SOV REM. THE COUOH KINO! TRY
It when your favorite rem-dy fails, at 25a
bottle added to a gtll of honey makes a
splendid imxiure for Infants and children
TtKNZOIN BALM. MAKES THE SKIN
Ilk- velvet, for sale by druggist or at Hen
ry and Ab-rcorn, Ivrsse Drug Stores,
Whitaker and Taylor slreat*.
FOR BALE ONE SHARE SAVANNAH
Cottage and Improvement stock for 335
Aldrees Stock, are Morning New*.
A RARE CHANCE; FOR SALE. A
well-established, profitable business; capi
tal required, ahout one thousand doil.i a
owner going in other buslncsa. Address
L, New* office.
FIRE PROOF SAFES—WE CARRY A
fine line of fir. proof safes In elock at ill
time*. The [wrtles can see exactly what
they are gening Our price* ore a low
, manufacturers o-ll 11, with freight add
ed Parties Interested, who wish a good
fire proof safe will do well to Inspect
our stock. IJppman Bros., Llppman
block, agenta for manufacturer*.
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY 18 NOTED
for having rich, purs milk; try It; you
will be pleased.
“TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sl . 13 crop* first y-or boxes; 12.0*' a ra>
round limber, at 3130 par cr,; f‘ per
thousand boxes for leased timber; plenty
of timber to hr- got; In five nub. of rail
road; will give possession now or al end
of .eason Address Round Tlmb- r, ra .
“advertisements sitr in““oap-
ITALS WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
HIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
LOST AND FOUND.
"TdST; BRIN DDE JTcLL PtJP. sfx
rmmtbs old. Reward M returned to No. 31
Jiryao street, west.
AifTios tti.Et nrra iht.
A SPECIAL AUCTION SALET*
TO-NTOHT at i M rfrlork we offer to
the public 50 High Grade I-Mryrl**,
as gotvl as new. non fisting or
i lent s’ and PhllttraiPg who*lj*. Also n few
new and the following am tha names:
1 CLF.V ELAND.
1 LITTLE GIRL
2 II \NLY
* 8 PKLRLLrtS.
2 FAST MAIL.
2 IaADY HURST.
2 PLA K AND.
3 FRAME FA IK DR
I LADIES’ WoLKI AMERICAN.
AT SAVANNAH AUCTION
AND COMMISSION CO W.
11l Whltriker Street,
A WINKIUGIIT. Auctioneer
UNITED HTATEII MARSHALS HALL
United Stab** of Amnitti Eastern di
vision Southern District of Georgia
It\ \irtu- of ,m order of state out
the Hiiitf* District Court for
tb Southern Iderl< t of Georgia, on th*
seventeenth day of November. IIP', notice
le hereby given that f vrlU sell, by public
au- tb*n. h* • •< . on FrWb\ the thirtieth
ln\ of November, IPn. at 11 o’clock a. m.,
1m fre the Uiistom Metis#*, at Savannah,
Ga . the British irk Ueale Curry." now
lying at Gordon's wharf. In Savannah riv
er. together with her tackle, apparel and
furniture Also ,t|l sail* belonging !• said
bark, now stored In the warehoua* of
J.tmee G Nrlsm. on River ftreet. foot
of Aberoarn street. -4ty of H.ivannah In-
Spe fUJO Of Vftseel i Invited
JOHN M BARNES.
United State* Marshal.
B> CHARLES J WHITE
Deputy Untied State# Marshal.
lio Alt til Mi.
WOULD LIKE A
cheerful, companionable couple, or tho
refined gentietncii to take rcem and boanl
In home, terms no object to right i*rty;
iqdendtd!) lecnlid. Ilotne t'Ottlforti, rare
of New H * ffl t.
HOARDERS WANTED. TWO YOUNG
men ran secure Liard, with mom. No
114 Liberty street
CHOICE FRONT ROOM WITH
hoard, desirable locution. JOT Charlton
11l vim gg CHAU K*.
ITAlil WILL IIK PRINTED IN
81 FI ED ADVERTISEMENT FOLL'MN
F* lt TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTIBEMBNT TAKEN FOR LESS
' 1 ■ "■
MODERN PLUMUINO. IT WILL HE
lo your lnt*rrat lo let m< Rlvr you an *-
Umola oft your plumblnK. now or old
work: repair work a aprclally, a* I am
a (,ra< tk ol pluinhor. No uwa work to
-ndanx.r your life. Wiggins, ‘phone (HT,
Oorg 18 or Hell.
Boirr TROHBIdfi TODRBKLF ABOUT
movkiK your fuoiltur*. relaying your cor
peta or malting Perry A Renton will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
~WF. OPARANTEE TO DO YOUR
plumbing work cheaper than any ona
else. A C. Price A Cos.. State and Jef
fcrival afreota; 'phomw 668.
"HAVE Yt It Hut ME PAINTED
with Herman ready-mixed palm; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adama Paint
“WANTeS ONE THOirBAND HC.n:
gry people at tha Bouiham Grocery Com
pany, 111 li.rrinrd stresl.
*WB SELL HEWER PIPE, PIJUE
pipe, Are clay, lire brick a< kmril prices.
Arinina Paint Company, lot Congreaa,
“perry a hkntom; m state
street, weal, will move, pack, ahlp or store
your furniture al short nolk-e; alo ren
ovate your old maltreiiaea at 1811a coal.
Hell 'phone 1121.
NOW 18 THE TIME TO OITT RID OF
your second-hand afnve; we will lake It
In exchange for u new one. A. C. Price
A CY> . State and JeSeraon afreet; 'plume*
~ MORE Til AN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every rlollar of your hard-earned hard
ca.h at the Suiilharn Grocery Company,
111 Barnard street.
‘ OYPSINE 18 Til if REST WALL FIN
lh made Adama Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. ]ot Congreaa. weal.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF MAN
tela from 10 cent* to 26 cents put up free.
A. C Price A Cos . Slate anti Jefferson
streets; 'phonee 666.
“ REDUCE TOUR LIVINO EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned hard cash
with tha Boutharn Orocory Company. 11l
“"ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA 1.8 WILL RE PRINTED IN CLAB
r<>it TWO CENTS a word NO AD
VKRTISEMBNT TAKEN FOR LESS
For sale at all News Stands
(IEGRGIA. CHATHAM COI'NTT
Nolle- Is hereby given lhai I have mad*
application lo the Court of Ordinary for
Chatham county, for leave to sell an un
divided one-third Interest In the southern
on*—half of lot numbertwenty-clgtn.O'Netll
ward, formerly known aa I'rendergasl
vtlle. In tho city of Savannah, with Im
provement* thereon.belonging to estate of
Annie and Julia Collins, minor*, for the
purpose <V providing maintenance and
support for -aid minors, and that aald or
der will le* granted SI December term,
13wi. of said court, unleaa objection* are
filed thereto JOHN T. COLLINS.
~OEOROIaT CHATHAM COUNTT
Notice la hereby given that I have made
application to the Court of Ordinary for
Chatham county, for leave to sell an un
divided on—seventh Interest In the south
ern half of lot number twenty-eight,
O'Neill ward, formerly known as Preiwler
gostvllle. lo the city of Savannah. wP*t
Improvements thereon, belonging to eolale
of Margaret Collins, deceased, for the
rioyment of debts and distribution, and
that said order will be granted t Decem
ber term, ltno, of said court, unless ob
jections are filed thereto.
JOHN T COLLINS.
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 30U for 16 CSOU, at
J3U£ki66s Office Morning News.