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THE CHINESE “BRAVE."
HE WF.AHI THE KVHBOL OF Hl*
CH.IN irTF.il OS Hl* HICK.
Vry Seldom loee Hr Host A>indr
■■4 Our ran limrh Battle Hr
t**era Irnln of "lira*#*" In Purr
and Safety—The CMee*# Now la
the Field Are Not the “Ururr,"
Pat Tlirir Are Likely to U* Failed
tint If the ItrbelMoa Spread#—Two
and a Half (ml* a IT la Their
Pay, oarl Tbrr St*er Got It.
Mead-Haullau for Reward*—Some
time* the "Brave" la Foolhardy,
Dot Srrer C'ouraaroaa.
New York. Nov 23.—Should the threat
ettrd rebellion In China assume euon pro
portion* ae to rail to the Held the mart of
ao-calieJ fighting men o( China, the for
eign troops on the around will ere a spe
nt* of aarfaro *urh at they never before
t>eh*l<>, unit** on the comic opera etag-
There la no doubt that the Chinaman,
when properly trained and led by Euro
pean officer*, who will art him a right
example in bravery and da*h. makes an
excel.ent soldier Thl* Vv* amply demon
atrated during the Tarping Rebellion,
when “Chinas*" Cordon drilled and |e.|
the "Evar-vlctoriou* Army againai me
rebel*, and It hat again been made manl
feat during tha present unpleasantness.
tb "First Chlne*e Regiment of Brlltan
auxiliary troopa. trained b> English oitl •
cer* lor ftarriaon duty at W#|.hal-w*l.
having done, gallant acrvlce at the elegc
and rapture o( Tten Tun
Some of the Boxer and the Imperial
troopa too. hive fought well But they
•re led by men who have had tome mod
ern military training. The great mm
of war material In China t* made tip of
man nr ho march under the flag of some
*oca; princeling or vlrero) The "brave ’
fa the unit of tlila aggregation, und a
woroe mummed Individual doe* not exist
on the face of the earth Nevertheless
thl* till* la not given him by way of a
Joke hut n ober earnest, the ebaracier
for "brave" being dtaplaved on the back
of the hlouee whb h he wear* In place of
a uniform, so that everybody may know
what a ferocious animal he t*. anl hunt
It la scarcely to be wonderrd at that
he la not the highest tvp- of mllltnry
charwrter Hla pay la Jv* cents a day
But be never by any chance get* It Tha
vtoeroy of the province attends to tha
A* for food, he la supposed to receive
sufficient allowance of rice or millet with
th* usual concomitant* of a coolie * meal,
a bit of dried Ash or pork, but tv- get*
that only "In his mind " Th* viceroy
attend* to that also The result la lhat
the poor wretch I* obliged to beg hla
food and If refused, he take* It. wtllv
ntlly. It la a common sight In China to
see a man In the garb of the "brave"
•skins for food at the door of some store
or residence It pays to he civil to him.
and ha usually gels what he asks for; for
he carries hi* sword with him when he
la out foraging As for his officers, they
are of the clasa of some of tha ancedor*
of Mark Twain, whom tha* humorist de
scribe* a* ' rushing whooping Into bat
tle. right In the rear of the army, airi
rush'ng out right in front." A recant
writer on Chinn gives what he calls "a
very pretty summery of the wlio'a
duty of a soldier." a* laid down
by an officer of the bowmen , ' Should
the enemy continue to advance after the
drat flight of arrows the bowmen should
endsavor o frighten them by loud erlea.
feigning the voices of savage beasts au-l
deadly tnakw If these be ineffectual, the
archer* will naturally take flight, or else
run to meet tho enemy, protesting that
• hay are convince.! of the Justice of their
cause and are dfScrmlned to tight on
thalr aide in future."
Thl* aounda like a libel on the Chinese
military man. but there Is no lack of
evidence that such tactics are actually
pursued by the Chinese In warfare. Dur
ing the Tae-plng Rebellion, there was
considerable fighting around Shanghai,
and the foreigners raeldsnt there h* 1
many opportunities of witnessing It Rev-
Dr. Yates, an American, who witnessed
In all mace than sixty engagements, de
arrthe* the opera Pouffe style of fighting
as he saw jt. wkhoul himself Incurring
any more danger than the flghtera—which
was practically none The Aghttng was
|e see big burying ground on the out
skirts of the city. From time to lime
attacks would he mode flrat by the rebels.
• hen by the Imperialist* Almost Inva
riably the Wounding of a single eoldte:
wee the signal for the whole army to re
tire Every warrior wa* too careful of
hla own akin, according to Dr Yates,
to take any chancea In hla attempt* to
perforate the akin of the enemy The
sold! ere would nevtr at and up and light
fare-eo-far* like men, the practice of bo' i
partlee being to skulk behind gtaves. Or
they would carry bundle* of atraw. be
hind arhlch they would light. They would
run from grave to grave, ao as to flank
the aumy and try to get a shot—all th*
tlma. howaver, being under cover. On
one occasion he saw two hannerm*n stand
behind grave mounds, some twenty pace*
apeta After wnw conservation, they
rushed toward each other, but when near
enough to uee their epear*. these weapons
were seen vertically |n the air. and th*
men ruthed Into each other'* arm*, ex
changed banners and ran at the top of
their apeed In opposite direction*, each
doubtless securing the reword for raptur
ing the banner of a foe which wa* tael*
"On another occasion." write* Dr Yatea.
"I saw a rebel with a *pear. chaatng
around a grave mound, an tmperlallat.
with a matchlock In hi* hand If tho
Imperialist had stepped to prime hi* gun
and to adjust hla flrerop*. the rebel sou'll
have apeared him Finally, however, suc
ceeding in getting nil In readiness, he
ran to the top of th* mound, and tired;
but the shot did not take effet. I*ecau-e,
a* be pointed downward the bullet roll and
put of the gun, for th# Imperfection , f
the barrel necessitated the us* yf a hall
of !e**er diameter than the bore of the
gun. and the general plan of touting *u
to (iron the shot Into the loose charge of
"Both rebelr and Imperialists were mo t
cruel In their treatment of the wounded
I saw a wounded rebel pursued hy three
Imperial - *!* who wanted to get his heat
as a trophy Two of them speared In
man to the ground, to hold him a*l I
while th* other cut off hi* head but be
fore this was accomplished one of them
was shot by another rebel, who rushed to
th* spot In the hope of getting the hea 1
of the imperialist, but In turn he was
shot by the two other Imperialists—so
three were killed In trying to get one
head It was aommonly reported thst
many poor countrymen were beheaded by
th# Imperial troop* simply to gain the
reward of bravery. And. on the other
hand, many of th# soldier* were cut .ff
by the pea-antry when found looting, and
burled In their gardens Individuals <n
two occasions displayed the most :ool
k. ITONXCH It Strengthens
. iMm —. n ’ll' nerves end
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har-ly bravado A man from n . t
of imperlaiitt*. who wr mil. # i* hi 1
my bout*, ran out to th* corner >f my
< ompoumi. in front of the *u*.d steiion
one of the haMion*. and. eprending ur
bit ermt. Intuited them In the v!l *t
manner and railed on them to tty aid
fhoot him They flred the- < inr.on .ni
several rout.L of mueketry th*y
hit him When he wa* wound*i the
whole force retired to amp
1 ' l ope irbi h have h*i
the of fonign trainhrr in mlli*
tarv matter* or have felt the influence
of foreign meUixle tha Chlneee goidler*
are to- lay who', the* were when ler
Yatee *•( on the fence. o to rpeaK. and
watched them fight They are .ip unpro
creaetve ait any rtaew in unproff r*lv
thma That the tr add tonal methode of
the brave ' Mill hold !*■ shown by the
fat r that the buslnepp of hs ad huntlng
hat been Indtiftroiiply purem-d during the
prevent troubles A few* ago In P*-
kin, the foreign patrol c.iptured a China
man carrying a a< k in which wap the
head of an American marine That China
man .ilro ir now mlnu< bead Headier
bodies of both Chinamen and foreigners
were found hy the score after the recent
engagementp m Tten Tain Tung< how.
and l*ek!n. The hea ts ill represented a
few taele reward, cheerfully paid by the
Chineee government, a* representing no
many “fore gn devil*** th* fewer pollut
ing the marred aoll of the Mkklle King
dom It Ip an ay matter for the lngen
lotip Mongol to fix up the head of a
(Mtrlct po • to enable It to pies mutter
up the head of a ‘fan-kufel.*’ .And. any
way. the Phiroae dtphurting ofR ltl la not
over particular A head it* a head, and the
more heade captured he ip able to report
to the Hoard of War the greater bis
< hancep of promotion
Dr Henry Liddell
AT THE THEATER.
•Town Top lea" Will Mart Off the
The we*k will open at the theiter with
the farce comedy "Town Top** ' to-nlghl
Faanionable boarding-bout* life often fur
niahaa acenep and pgvlngp tnat am culled
funny But the real thing t* hardly ejuil
to Mage production* upon them,
nor ae laughable What, in thla rei>ect.
la aaU) to be "holding th* mi 10; up to
nature ' with varloua exaggerat'd phaa a.
la “Town Toplca.” The flrvt act repr -
•enta a t*o4rding-boue aone in N w
York city, and here the fun. tha' .aata
until the end, bagina The chief charac
ters tare Min. Quick, the landUy; her )e.tl
oua husband; a German profeMor. With
a colored valet; two chummy young m* n
who tiellove It la better to "jump their
board bills when they con. than to settle,
and aevtral pretty young women The
tei-ond act taken place hi the Qiiick'i
aeaaide home, and the third and lat act
at their city residence. There ia abund
ant diversion throughout the perform
ance. The ftorga, dances, specialties and
(oatumea are t*ild to be n*-w and up to
Wednesday right Thom * Q Scgbrookg
will be seen In "The Rounder*." Th*
production with Scabrooke m ra thief
funster, rollicked ahng at the New York
Casino last aeason for arj nlghta. It la
described aa a comic op*ra vaudeville m
three acta and four a ene*. and wav
adapted by Harry B. Smith from the
French version of "L. a Petards'* (‘ The
Jolly Boys ’), which was written by Mars
The music la by Ludwig KngUnder. an<j
It la aaid that hla present effort sur
passes in tunefulnewe all of his former
coni|Kaitlons. not even excepting "T ie
Paseing Ahow" score
The scenes of the play are laid In War
rits and Parle and iermit of *oine picto
rial Ideas in costuming Tin- flint srfn
of tha second act ia, ponaibly. the nv>t
startling Thla l supposed to take place
in the atar a dressing room in a theater
in Paris. It la In thl* scene tha? Ber
tha W ait singer, in the character of Thea,
a ballet dancer is intruded upon while
changing her costume by the Duke de
putty du Clam. Thie hit of Mage busl
ness. while of an anxious nature (or a
fewr moments, is said to b* turned off
luufi ur.*A/rou?ly. One of the newe-t
the Incidental characters Is Rl-gfrled Got
terdammerung. the lea*ler of a German
street band. Tie has teen *nna:el to
play, and has h*en (Mid in a Ivan ©. mid.
therefore, instate upon rendering hi- dt--
cordant music at the moat Inopportune
times, simply because he his been paid
to do so, and rometiody must get tin*
Seabiuoke himself l* credited with the
greatest success of his career In thla
piece lie a|>t>eara throughout Its tbr e
acts as Magtnnl* Pasha, an Irish Turk -
th* combination issuing from the Celt *
wreck on the coast of Turkey and hi*
subsequent adoption by the Hulian. In all
three acts he I* -\artouly come in hi,
repeated searches and capture of "Thea.
a tolly dancer, of w-bom he Is enamotot.
Thursday the Klmit-llenrn Company
will give two performances, matinee at
2:30 and night. 3 3J o'clock, presenting Mr.
Charles Frohmxn'* melodrama in four
act* "The Fatal Card " The sale of seat*
will begin o-morrow morning at 9 o'clock
The price# re. Night. 10 20 and cents;
matinee, adult* 9‘ cent*, children 10 cent*.
DEVELOPED INTO Alt !*T sTtmtl.
Wind Hearhrd Thirty-Use Mllea an
Hoar and Brought < old Weather.
The hlgn southwest winds predicted by
the Weather Bureau lor yesterday devel
oped during the afternoon and gradually
Increased tn lnten*Wy until between 3 and
t o'clock the velocity of 33 miles an hour
was reached It then developed Into a
regular dust violin, and the flying sand
drove the people from the streets so that
very few pdestrlany w-ere to bo seen.
The temperature for the day was. max
imum. 73 degrees, at L3O o'clock, and min
imum 69, at 3 o'clock p. tn. when the day
report was closed, but after that time the
mercury fell quite rapidly and at 10
o'clock registered 55 degrees and was still
falling The talnfall was .09 of an Inch
On Fiturday morning the weather bit
r<**u gave notice of a mild storm centered
then over Arkansas and Eastern Texu
.ircl hy Sunday morning It had moved
eastward, to a position over the eastern
portion of Alabama, with increasing in
tensity. It then began a northeastward
movement, and at 1:45 p m , storm warn
ings ware Issued along the eastern coast
troen Jacksonville to Waehlngton.
Thl* message conveyed the following tn.
formation "A storm Is now central over
Northern Georgia, moving northeast It
will cause high southerly winds, shifting
to colder west and northwest by Maniay
By 3 o'clock last night U u central
In North Carolina, having moved dlago
t.elly across Northern Georgia, and wa
then of more than usual severity and sill
increasing, lllgn wli.Ja have been ex
porlencid over all tht Southern stater
and last night they weie beguiling to It.
crease In force over the Ohio valle)
lower I>ake region and the Middle At
lantic states The colder weather prom
toed lot Sunday night, came In on time
but local forecast official Boyer, tay,
freezing temperatures need not be rxpe. i
At Xo'clock last night the storm’s rain
ara covered nearly nil tin- country eM
of the M s*ls*lppl river, and at the sam,
time the cold#*! place within the region
covered by weather bureau report* was
St .Paul, with • temperature of £2 decree*.
THE MORNING NEWS; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1900.
HIS PULPIT NOW VACANT.
ItKV. ARTHt R J. w%ITH GOKE TO
UMT at’PBHIOR, Will.
Preached Ilia Farewell sermon Vea-
IrriiS) MnrniiiK f the Flrat Prea
byterlau ( hurrh-The t onrr|e
Hon That Heard Him I nusaally
Large—Hex. Dr. J. \. Fair Preached
at Mght ami Declared the Pulpit
Vacant—A t oninillfce Appointed to
Secare Another Minister.
To an unusually Urge congregation yes
terday morning Rev Arthur J. Hmltrv at
the First Presbyterian Church, prea he I
his farewell sermon It was mou appro
priate to th< o 4sin. beitsg on the duty
and relationship of the people to the min
ister. It was the same sermon that he
had prea< bed Dec I*. when he as
sumed the j<a*tora?r of the church
The text w-ts Mai n hi. I. 1 "The hurlen
of the word of tho Dorri to Israel by Mai
"The word of the
said Mr. Hmith. "on account of the sol
emn poMtlo pw rmniaur of tha goapei oc
cupies In the world to-day; he stands be
tween (iod and the people as a messenger
of God Paul felt thla when he aaid
•Woe ia tne If I preach not the guapH *
It Is a burden because of the rexponaibiisty
plac ed on she minister. f*>r God will call
him to account, for the wav he bears It.
Again it Is a burden lecauae of fho
great desire that a true minister has for
the upbuilding or the church, ami the Hav
ing of lost souls.
‘‘A minister needs something more than
a definite call to prea- h—more than the
mere training of the college or atmlnarv.
or any peculiar quality granted to men
in public life He needs a heartfe.t ex
perience Hla fVy to repent will he hol
low unless he has first repented himsa.f
"If In related that Goldschmidt, when
he flrs heard Jenny Lind alng remarked
that he intended to marry her and break
REV. 4HTHI R J. SHITII
her heart, and that she would then sing
Ilk* an ang>d He did hoth and the re
sult proved the eorreom*** of hi* theorv.
for Utnd. having known sorrow, could the
better King of it "
Continuing on the same line of thought.
Jlr Smith sail th.u he had once tieen told
by a friend that "If any minister l* evar
to be effective he must first have had a
"To many ministers who feel this bur
den of God’s word, men who realise th-lr
responsibility to God. and who long for
the upbuilding of the ehur h and the
saving of lust soul*, this burden some
time* becomes *o heavy that it kills
"There wa* In New Jersey, not long
ago, the rector of an Kplsenptl Church,
who had had some trouble in his church.
One night he went to conduct the u-ual
eervlcae. only to find ihe church empty.
He went home and to bed. but lit the
morning fulled to respond wnen call- and.
end ■•> found dead The coroner * Jurv
derided that he bad died of a btoken
"My people, I do not plead for myself;
I plead for my successor. Thl* bunion
rest* not only on the minister tn the pul
pit, but also upon the people in the pew*
Get under the burden and help lift It.
You can do this by your sympathy. If
the preacher helps you. tell him *o. Th*
greateet compliment that 1 ever received
was In Philadelphia when after conduct
ing a aervice at itethuny Church Mr
John Wanamuker, who had been preseirt.
•aid to me; "I want to thank you. for
you have helped me to-day."
"Again you. ran help him hy your
prayer* ff a min >t<Tdo snot preach as you
would like to hav* him preach you can
not crttlclae hint right, but you <*in pray
him right. Anybody can crltletge and
And fault, but It takes a consecraie.l
Christian to pray. You can uphold hi*
hands In the wvy that Aaron and liur
upheld the hands of Moses. In the atti
tude of prayer, on the mountain tote
while Israel prevailed over (he Malachites
In tho valley below Victory always
ccmes to a church w here the people up
hold the hands of the minister In waver
"Still again you can help to lighten the
burden* hy your united effort* One man
cati not Hft a ton. but one hundred men
can lift It with ease A minister alone
cannoi carry u church to success: but
minister and people can overcome almost
any difficulty "
At the conclusion of the services many
of the congregation hade Mr. Smith good
bye. while other* waited to do so until
the night setvlce. which he conducted at
•he Independent Presbyterian Chur.ti A
congregational meeting, which also was
called after the service*, elected a com
mlitee. consisting of Messrs. C. 8 Wood
and Mant Hood, elders; Messrs. E. C.
Way and S P. Qum terman. deacons, and
Messrs. Walter K Coney and E W.
Barnwell, to attend <> the m liter of *e
curlng a successo. to Mr. Smith The
committee has not the power of Anal ac
tion, but must refer Its chohe o the
congregation for ratification; meantim
pending the appointment of a regular pas
tor. tha eesslon of he church will at
tend to the supplying of the pulpit For
this purpose Rev Dr. Byrd of the Theo
logical Seminary, at Columbia, will he
Invited to preach Sunday
It will be some time, probably, befor
the appointment of another regular nnn
later, ae It It the purpose of the m*ml>et*
of the committee to make a very careful
selection. None of the avowed candidates
for the position will be considered
l.ast night. In ac.-ordanc. with the di
rections of the presbytery. Rev Pr j Y
Fair conducted the service* at the Fir-'
church, aiul at lh*tr conclusion declare l
the pulpit vacant, a* Is customary unde;
such circumstance* He ad led that h
wished to express hl personal sympathy
with the congregation In th# disrupt! n
of the pastoral ties, and that It wa- h's
prayer that the pulpit woalt soon le
xraced by an un ler\'iephetd fl I* I wl.
the spirit of God. and that hla ministry
would be to the everlasting go>d of th<
‘Mr. Smith left (julte early thla morn
ing for West Superior. Wls.
Mns Talk Hallway Franchise*
Mayor Myers said laei nlglil that It w i
ttosslbl* that he would call a meslli
.f the Committee of the Whole of t'oun
:hla afternoon, to teaum* consideration o'
lie pennons for street railway ftancaise
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THE VA**AM TEAM READY.
The Football Players In *hsr for
the li.uie With Jaekeoavllle.
By far the beet and most enthusiast.c
practlca the Savannah football team has
had this year, was held yesterday morn,
ing at the Bolton Street Park Coch
Bautay gave the men two'hout* of good,
hard, steady work
Th# team has been greatly atrengthen*!
by the addition of three men from the
, Battery at Tyhee One of these man t*
Brown, a guard, who stand* six feet, two
Inchea. and wrlgna IF I pounds H# closaly
resemble* Capt. Brown of this year a Yale
team, which beat Harvard so decisively
on Saturday. He formerly played on the
team of Fortress Monroe, ar.d If Jackson
ville make* any gain* through his posi
tion. she will have to hurry Wlaenswky,
another soldier boy, wno also plays guard,
played for several years on the Chari*#-
town. Mas* , High School team lie
stands five feel eleven inches, ar.d weighs
170 pounds. The third inan. Is Jones who
plays tackle, and he I* a good one. too
lie wa# tackle on the tram of the Uni
versity of Illinois In 'S*. and was pick'd
by exparts for the position of tackle on
th* Ail-Western team of S* He Is ftv
feet ten Inches, and weigh* 172 pounds
Bea.de* these three, the following men
were out for practice: Jim SulHvan,
lllrdle Bulilvan, More hmlih. Qua Smith.
Johnaon. Ronan, Holt. dußlgnon. Mein
tyre, Gordon. Minchen and Bernhardt
The work of the men wa* chara' tertaeil
hy a snap and dash they have not here,
tofore shown, and there was vsry little
fumbling The men all know the sig
nal* well, and Coach Sauasy haa a few
tricks Up his sleeve that will be sprung
When the team lines up on Thursday. It
will be one of the best tht has ever rep
resented Savannah Manage; N*uberg*r
has been Indefa'lgabie In his efforts to ges
together a good team and Bsvannahlans
will doubtless show their appreciation of
hi* efforts, by turning ois* In large num
bers lo see th# game It will be called
promptly at .1.45 o'clock Savannah s col
ors will be blue anti white, and Jackson
vile's purple and gold Manager Jones
of the latter team write* thai hi* team
will be accompanied by a large number
of rooters, and that they will have a good
wad to put up On their team, goes with
The Jacksonville team wrlll line up a* fol
Quarter hack— Husu
Deft half back—Tipping
Right half hack—Vlninnt (CaptalnY
Full hack- Mosely
Judging from the number of tickets al
ready aold. and the Interest that Is be
ing manifested In the game, there should
lie wt least a thousand people present
when the hall Is kicked off The officials
have no* yet been selected, hut compe
tent men will be secured hy the manage
Htt THREE IIHOKE* RI BA.
Predicament of a Stan Who Would
Rot hot ( hose the W rong Stan.
Robert House, a white carpenter, has
three fractured ribs, as the reattlt, he say*,
of a violent desire to "box." and the grat
ification of that desire by a hanl-hltllng
Saturday morning House, who was un
der the Influence of liquor, went into the
barroom on Dlberty street, near East
Broad, and asked one of the men that he
found there to box with him The man
declined the conteet and Houae. seeing
C. M Maiphus. whom he knew, lnalsted
so sarenuouaiy on being accommodated
with n boxing match, that Maiphus An
ally consented They got Into the mid
dle of the floor, and. after a few paases,
Maiphus landed a blow on the 2>reaat. of
hla opponent that, pugllistlcally speaking,
put him out of business. Anyway, he
said that he had enough and shortly after
left the bar
He went to Maiphus' office later In th*
afternon, however, and In anything big
n boxing humor He held one hand to hla
hrraxt ar.d used a stick to a—ia: his tot
tering steps He told Maiphus that after
he had left the bar, where the bout took
place hla breast had pained him ao that
Anally ho had seen a doctor about It nn.l
that he. after examining It. had told him
that three or hla riba hud been broken
from ihe breast bone, and that ha had
hotter get to a hospital at onqe.
House wound up his story to hla friend
by the naive statement that he knew that
lie was going to die. but he didn't blame
him for It. a* It was all dona In a spirit
of frtendllnees He then went to the har
rack*. where he wa* put Into an ambu
lance and taken to the Savannah llo*.
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EOt AD PI lit SO A tL
Mr, E, White of Atlanta Is at the
Mrs. J W Ward of Macon Is a guest
of the ruiaskl.
Mr Jack Cranston of Augusta Is regis
tered at the Pulaski
Mr M A Hamilton of Cordele Is a
guest of the Pula-kl
Miss Anna Black of Manassas la the
guest of th* Pulaski
Mr W D Edwards of Daisy Is regis
tered at th# De Boto.
Mr J D. Hardy of Columbia Is regis
tered at the De Soto.
Mr T. H. Divlngston of Dgvlsboro la
registered at the Screven.
Mr*. H II Fudge, of Atlanta registered
at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. E W Hancock of Alley st among
the guests of the Pulaski yesterday.
Messrs J 7. Wimberly and If. II Toi
hert of Dyons are gueete of the Screven
Mr J R Miller Of Statesboro was
among the arrival* yesterday at ihe f’u
Mr*. Harry Caeeil of Rrunw|-k sn
among the arrival* at the Pu'askl yes
Mr. J R. Tippett of tlawklnsvllle was
among Ihe arrival* at the Screven yes
Mrs M F Cummings of Menassa* was
imong the arrivals at the De Soto yes
Messrs. W. C. Wolfe and Harry II
Brunson of Orangeburg are gu**t* of the
Messrs J E. Hinson and J A. Hinson.
Jr., of Rock Spring* are registered at
the Pulaski. i
During th high wind yesterday after
on the large sign of Mesar* A S Bo
on A Sons, at Bryan and W'hMaker
-reels, was blown down, being wrenched
'rotn the supporting post.
John Callaway, cblored. yesterday, in a
ilttK kilty with another negro. Tom
Kdmes. atta ked t'hi with n knife, and
fter cutting him. got away. The fray
currrd on Aiu crson streel, u>ar Price,
■iiortly after . o'clock Holmes Is not
adly hurt. Callaway ts known to Ihe
011.-e and will doubtless b* arresftd
shortly. * ,
STODE RIATEBA PISTOL*.
Negro W lie Entered Store of Hrssr*.
Peeples A Sons Captured
Alien Br>sn. a negro burglar, was ar
rested last night by Detectives Murphy
and Watt. Oil the mght of Nov. t. Bryan
entered, by means of a false key. the store
of Meser.- H II Pep.#s A Son*, and
stole sixteen pistols One of the weapon#
wa* found on turn last night, while in hi#
pocket were found iwo pawn tickets for
Head Thl*. Plraae!
Kindly let me know your beat price on
Bryan • Fever Cure by the dozen I have
used It in my family and And that tl
cure* fever before you can get a doctor
J W Griffin. Cat Creek. Ga
On* bottle of Bryan s Fever Cur* cures
fever In a single dav —ad.
JOHNSON —Died at his residence in
thla rlty. Nov 27. IFn. John D Johnson
Funera! notice later.
HEARN—The relatives and friend* of
Mr. and Mrs. Ella A Hearn. Mr. John
G. and Thoma*. Arden. Jr and Mr and
Mrs Jotieph Phillips and family are In
vited to attend the funeral of Mrs Ella
A. Heirn from the residence of Mr Jo
seph Phillips. No 113 Henry street east,
this afternoon at 3 V> o'clock. Imerment
Daurel Grove Cemetery.
MAGNOLIA EAMPMBNT I*o. I,
I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting ot thl* encampment
will be held this evening The member*
are earnestly Invited to attend
Th* Royal Purple Degree will he con
ferred C A VETTER. Chief Patriarch.
JAP. VAN BERBCHOT. Scribe
SALE OF STALLS.
City Marshal's Offle*.
Savannah. Ga . Now 2t, l*nn
The stall* in tho market building will be
offered for rent at public outcry on Wed
neaday. the Fifth day of L>*c*mb*r. I*.
at 10 o’clock a m
Part!** desiring to retain their *tal.a
and renting by the year will have th* pref
erence. but must be on hand and respond
By order Committee on Market
JOHN POWER. City Marshal.
Neither the master nor ronslgnees of
the British steamship Tanagra. T. C
Marsters, master, will be responsible for
any debts contracted by crew of said ves
sel. J F MINIS & CO..
Suwane* Springs Cos . Huwaoee. Fla
Gentlemen—Having been a resident of
thl* and adjoining counties for flfty-weven
years, and a practicing phyalclan about
thirty, have had a favorable opportunity
of observing the effect* of your spring
as a remedial agent I ran cheerfully say
that for certain classes of dlwease* 1 have
seen some miraculous cures, viz Rheu
matism. kidney and bladder affection*,
skin dtwa*e cronle dyspepsia etc The
water haa a fine tonic and alterative ef
fect. ae evinced hy Ihe magic increase of
appetite, tone to the system, ete.
8. T. OVERSTREET M D..
Dive Oak. Fla
All you ran drink for Se at Dlvlngston'a.
RENOVATING— MATTHKMBN BES
Hair, moss ticking. flhar. feathers.
Our stock of now malarial and manufac
tured products aie up to date. Our reno
vating and remaking naa delighted many
prominent residents Ask your acquaint
ances. Material sent ua la picked, eteam
ed. cleaned and medt ated by modern ma
chinery. Making done by mechanics. We
confine our work to mattresses and bed
ding generally. We *e',l ticking of ail
kind*, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers,
or any artk'l* needed in mattrea# line.
NATION AD MATTREBB AND RENO
Bell Phone 111* S3! Drayton street.
Nowr Is a good time to select rose plants
to plant In your garden. Come out, and
sec them at JOHN WOLF'B NURSERY,
Ott and Anderson streets. 'Phone 634.
THLJ H tt TO C LEAN t lltl'FTS.
The only way to get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for Ihe summer, is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos,
telephone 2. or cad at 33 Montgomery
•treei. and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of the work Prices
reasonable They also pack, move ami
store furniture and pianoa
C H MEDLOCK. Bupt and Mgr
AMI AND CYPRKBB LIMBER FOR
ISO.nno feet of ash. suitable for wheel
wrights rarrtags makers, car works and
Interior bouse finish Also cypress lumber
of all sizes We have resumed cutting
our famous brands of cypress shingles
and will soon have a full line of them for
•ale. VALE ROYAD MFG CO
We are now giving special attention to
house painting kalsomlnlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corp* of only flr*t
clas* workmen and a competent super-
Intednent we '-an do your work promptly
and satisfactorily. Get our estimate on
anything In house decorating line and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. We are author
ized to execute locally lint mediately upvn
application), all bonds In Judicial pro
ceeding* In either the stale or United
Flutes Courts, and ot adminlatrator* and
DEARTNO A HULL* Agent*.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
112-214 Whitaker street
Everything up to date. Game,
Flh and Oyiier* our specialty.
Imported Wuersburger Hof Brau
on draught. Phone 710
Abstracts of the recorded land title* of
Savannah and Chatham county from tha
settlement ot Georgy to date. Money
loaned at low interest on city real estate.
BECKETT A BECKETT, i
PLASTERERS' AM) MASONS' SIP
Lime, Plaster. Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable price.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
THANKSGIVING TI RKBYS.
Send In >our order any lime of day for
a fat turkey, dressed or uiu)re**ed They
Phone* W 7. JAS J. JOYCE.
P 8 —Wild Duck*, C'ranbcrrtet, Kala- I
nwzuo Celery. *
fa . !©W
FISeST Fit A MBO, FINEST LE\*i:*.
Oar Good* are the Finest In ttie
South. We are the only Opilctiiu lu
Savannah. Our \\ nrk *hop la Onr
fttmnat Feature. We grlml all |re
aerlptAnn mirk on th* premltra %auie
Re|airlaiac alone while you wait.
Kyra examined free,
DM X|. (K HW AH A
So. 47 (lull St. Cia. I’hoatc 1104.
Without a Peer
Office 307 Bull. Telephone TOO
GREER'* SCOTCH WHISKY.
Thl* celebrated famous old vauod
Highland Whisky la imported dire t
from th# distillery by us
Thl# Greer Scotch Whisky I#
guaranteed to tie bottled abroad
and Is consigned to ua from Glas
gow. Fcotland. and I* in bond tn
the United States Custom Houae In
This grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky Is beautifully mellow and
mild to a degree and Is soft to tn*
palate as one could possibly wish,
and there Is a nuttlness about It
that Is esnectally piraemg.
We are glad to let the public pur
chase a* small quantity as they
wish, even one botile. for the pur
pose of introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant
Dlppman : Block.
Sole Agents for th* Oreer Distil
leries. Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
I* THE TI*IE TO I fE
DETERSIVE FM ID.
It will make four old rlothlß* look
Sold In large holtki rtf 2f*c.
Bull Street Store Open All M&ht.
PROSES NICE fllßDft
ICRWARI'I ( Arc.
Onatni dainty ot tne rcascn.
Oysters served In every style—prepared
by the moat noted rook* In the South.
Congrests and Whitaker streets.
Open Day and Night.
ill v MU ihh HD onon ÜB.
The best Is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
Crnmao Springs of that city. These
springs are the property of Wheeler A Cos.
hence no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland has thosa water* but :hem
selves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale Is made
from pure Jamaica Ginger Hoot and not
from Red Pepper, as others are; one it
deleterious—the other Is a tonb-
For Henlthfulness and Purity the cele.
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale la the best
dole Southeri. Agents. Savannah. Go
City of Savannah. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov IS. I*o —Bids will he received at
this office until Saturday Dec 1. at noon,
for the following ammunition, stored at
the powder maitazlr.e of the city of Sa
vannah on the Ogeechee road:
13 cases Hotchkiss percussion shells (10
10-pound shell* to the easel.
U cases 13-pound canniser shot.
The right Is reserved to reject any or
all bids By order of (he Mayor.
W p UAIIJSY,
Clerk of Council.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah, Oa . Nov 24,
-Bile will lie received at this office
until Friday. Nov. 30. ikm. at 13 o’clock
noon, city lime, for furnishing feed as fol
lows: No 1 Timothy hay. per 100 pounds;
best quality feed bran per 10b pounds;
best quality corn, per bushel, best quality
mised oats To be weighed at the City
Dot. Envelopes to be mark.-d "Bids for
Feed" The rlt> reserves the right to re
ject any or nil bid* Bids to be opened in
the presence of bidders
<iEO. M GADSDEN. Director.
City of Savannah.’ Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah. Oa. Nov 34.
ISO). -Sealed proposals will be received at
this office until Friday. Nov So, i*r>. at
12 oVI k noon, city time, to furnish the
city of Savannah with supplies until Dec
31. 100 All proposals must be made on
official forms, which can be secured at
this offl-e on and after date. Envelopes
to be marked "Proposals for Supplies ••
The city reserves the light to reject any
or all bids Bids to be opened in Ihe
presence of bidders.
OKO_ M GADSDEN. Director.
Cliy of Savannah.
Office Clark of Council. •
... „ , Nov. 14. itoo.
All parties desiring to retail liquor dur
"* ,h '* Mr wlll fll hlr applies*
tlons with the Clerk of Council a once,
so lhai sam- can he referred to Council
and action taken upon said application
before the expiration of limit provided
for by ordinance.
. WM. P. BAII.BY.
'* ** s. Clark of Council
LEOPOLD ADLER JNO. h i.-TTI
C. 8. ELLIS. BARRON ,- v
Vic* President. Asst r-,..''
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the
of Merchants. Firms, Individ j. r *
and corporation*. B * nll A
Liberal favor* extended
Unsurpassed collection facilities ...
Ing prompt return* , ' Jr '
INTUKLBT COMPOUNDED Ql'a
LT ON DEPOSITS 11 th '
Rafety Deposit Boxe* rd ,
rent. Correspondence solicited
The CitizenT Bank
Trauiset, a General B.*hi,_
Nollclts Account, of ladlrl.lo.l.
Merchants, llnnks and other t orpo .’
Collections handled with safe,,
economy and dispatch
Interest, compounded quarterly
allowed on deposit* la oar Nasi,,;
*afet> Ufpoill lloxra and Storage
HRANTLBY A DENMARK. Pre.i*,,,
MILLS H. LANE. Vice President
GEORGIA r. FREEMAN. Cashier
OORDON L. GROOVER. Aast. Cash,,*
of me Slate of Georgia
Surplus and undivided profits M)‘>
: DEPOSITORY OF THE STATK Of
Buperior facilities for transacting *
Collections made oa~all oolnts
accessible Ihrough bank*“and t-*nx*n
Accounts of Banka. Bankers. XL I,t .
and others solicited. Safe Depo*i; bam
Department of Savings. Interval payabt
Sell# Sterling Exchange on Lor.den (J
JOHN FLANNERY. President
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN. Ca.hier
JNO FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WEIL W W nORTVvV !•.
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERS7
H P SMART. CHARLES ELUS
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBT
Account* of hank*, merchant*, cerjar*.
ilor.s and Individuals solicited
Paving* Department. Interest paid quar
Safety Boxe* and Storage Vault* fsr
Collection* mad* on ail point# *t r*-
Drafts aold on all the chief elite* of th*
JOSEPH D. WEED. President
JOHN C ROWLAND. Vic# President
W. F McCAULEY, Cablr
THE GERMANIA BANK
Thl* bank offer* It* service* tn corpora
tion*. merchant* and Individuals
Has authority to act ** executor. d
-mlnliHrator guardian, r*e.
Issue* draft* on the principal cfl-* in
Great Britain and Ireland and on 'h*
Interest paid or compounds I quarer y
on deposit* In the Savings Departmen
Safety boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President
0130. W TIEDEMAN. Vice Preyllent
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. Asst Oe-h;*r
No. 1640. Chartered
iclis Nil! in
CAPITAL. hsL.UUO. SURPLUS •**>
UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR*.
J A G CARSON. President
BEIRNE GORDON. Vic* President.
W M DAV ANT Cashier
Accounts of hanks and banker* lac
chant* and corporations received upon
the most favorable term* ronltent wt*n
safe and conservative hanking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS YORK STREET. WEST
PER CENT per annum allow'd on
0 depostta. withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly
6Pt-.lt CENT, per annum allowed ot
deposits of even hundred*, withdraw
able at annual period*.
GEO W TIEDEMAN. President.
B H. LEVY. Vice President
E W BELL. Secretary
c O ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
TO fleilfldf MM
For sale, a Foraallh Newspaper FoMW!
will fold aheet 27x11. It I* In f"0 orl j* ’
prlc* LOO. It coat originally * *“
we have no us* for It and waut th# *“
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to ■
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
IF YOU WANT OOOD MATFR
and work, order your lithograph™
printed stationery and blank tx**
Morning New*, Savannah, Ga. .