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A TEXAS WONDER.
Hair* (areal iNsrawerjr.
One smal bold* of Htil • Graal Dis
covery cure* li kidney ai.ij r uo***
l>lm. rer..ivM gravel. < sir d.ftbtios. ft* l **
Inal r mixtions. we** arid .**: ba. k
rtiiumatum end *ii . rr*JianUft* of tht
kl<is**>s aid L.adder lb . ’* iutt abd a
mec. bolder ultra *• ciill
iliCk ll iol a .id by jour o* ug*i*l w, ** i
be sent by maii nre #.*l <A I '*•
b*tti lift tu owiitba’ natmrn! ar. i wii*
cur* m > . above mvb Ur. L
W Ha.. •.* u fa tur* r 1’ •> I*o*
C 2?, s*. Lon*. Mo. b r*a for tUmonlftl
bo;d by a. i % and Co,
* ut .b rr Ga.. April 2. IB*
Thl is to certify that I w affertad
*rl<h f- vel ;**! t?-a: I took sixty drafft
of Ha.. * Greet Discovery and It com-
I *'*,y *reo me U 1* worth SI. <6O pei
bottle tr> ary ora needing It
J. T RTEVESB
THE NEWS OF THREE STATES.
IN (tl.oßlilA, FLORIDA
AMI HOI Til I %HOLIV4.
rrmramnif for 4rhor Hay In Mnron
4 uiunilnK f Flos Ilia In <• l*
of H> and ( <rr*-L* re >
Wrildlng In llatrann—Hale Mon
Ilia VI r i <le lief ore the onrt In
Tamp*—Other Neat* In Florida and
ftom h I arnllun
Gibson Record T eR on Ila In favor
jf Mr Hoffi - f r ni.r.iu, r* + -r
( the l*Wtnr. We knew li "iM
tve heifer for the peof>i# Then ma .
tnee felkm- m n**t ik* u;* >n*
tim- •* tending fair ••uttiny <•
a-1 f ©o'ing * • i.m* wl n linugt J. *f ? i
Mila Wm r 1 he*, e **# mar n/.
(. 4 **n an** 11.\ a ► l-l *• better i*w.
The Int \\ a* Nnl Mad.
J f> Camming of FlovllU. i In no |
preset) r dau ' r <>t • droph" la ti *1 w*
fto notified by t.ie Ge-rgia I'asteur Insl) i
tut* Friday. Mr Cummin* w blnen
by a <**at on Nov 4 and the r **xt *hy went
to Atlanta and left me at Imal wt:h Dr.
J N Hravturr, the pi, vs) .in in cnarge
of the Institute, to I** ntimifxd Yester- j
day Dr. Urawner wrte Mr. Gumming j
that the nt v. ;ii not mad
\ nine of I uttnn Aeed.
fWiltir.ioro !*ltie Forest Mr. William
Isve. *n Ju*h;- John Y<*um n *' p'.anta* *u
•na<t>* on five .• ra four hair* of i uon
netting twenty-one huiwlr* l pounds #f
lint ai<l * i*h?
eeed. The <vtt<n m( J' **ente. brlriftli j:
$2lO and the t 2£ cent* hufthrl. I
bringing s*s! Thua It will he *een that
the eel farmer* ueF*d to throw away in
t tils* noun try ; * r " bringing nearly or quite
•a muen n* the lint.
V*rel|ent General < nnnot I owe.
Mr* Hohert Kmory I*nrk. m*n te regent
Of Georgia. ha ret elved a letter from
Mr*. Daniel Manning, preebl* nt general
f the Imughteni of th* American Revo
lution, tug ti • "♦* wHi be un
able to ui •vt the* Invttatlofi of the Geor
gtii Daugt.ters i< l at the.r
aiate confer efic* In Atlanta* thla weeg
Mr* Manning ha* but r-*anUy returned
from Kurop* ati-i tin*!* herself overwlieln
f<l * th mat tern.
Mnron'* Arbor Day.
Tha programme for Macon * big arbor
day celebration j* being arraiiged. The
•peaher# *o far announced are Hon. K.
H Hj< hard?on of Atlanta. ar.l Hon. John
T Holfftuiilet. cleric of the House of
Representative* The children re to
(uke a promu*nt part in furaiishlng the
music. The tree% wlih n have air*-a*l\
be#*n j*vi^>r* s rlh*- t i for are euftV lent |n num
ler to assure on tiuspicious legumiii4
for il#* great movement.
M eiiillng In tin n*<m
sj*e< ial to the Morning News from
Dawson wmym: The moH brilliant wed ltn?
(hat has ocrurred In P.n> n f< r pan;*
time snx that of Miaa Klisabeth la*wre>
end Mr W Hrel Cox. which t*ok place
at the M*-tl<H||.r t’hur h Thurwlivy after
noon at . o’v l** k In the presence of a
large ho**t of friends. The c remonv *a
performed by U. v . T K. Idwvenport of
M'Hghtsbu-g Ga a brot‘* r in-i.w of the
bride Mueic for the occasion w.ts fur
•ilahed by Mrs J if H**rugge of ( olum
bus, (#*. Th- church was *!**ora**d most
beautifully with vines. (Mims and iiry
alnthensum*- Mi*s Claud** Lowrey acted
a* Mtd of |m m * | Mi i p fioi *
dy as het<r man. The bride .* toilet ark
of a im-talli urey bror*i loth, 'rimming
of r-.*l la* • and silver The maid of honor
wore a cown of green cashmere nvur*e.
After ilie ceremony the a*- Ming party re
tired to the elegant home of Mayor J \V
F I/>rey, where n eiegaii? supt>er w:i
serve*!, the menu lieing a most dedclou*
and |ain?y one. The entire dining hall
ami re ejtlon |*arlor ware twH exqulalt
|y decora.***! and lighted with eb-otrlc
tights Tte hrld s table is in th*- ••en
ter of the hall ond atMum#*d th*' form of
• n Immense heart, entwined with mul l**n>
fiair fern and was Mght*i| with twenty
two candle*. Mis* Lowiey Is a 'laughter
of the late L A. I-ownty of this |*l ice
it**l a of Mayor l.owr*v, whlla Mr.
Co* la one of Dawson** n.*ht promising
I*gnaa/'U N* w Mayor Hill ar*l has
fairly won the good opinion of all law
abiding and tight thinking dtlxens by hi
vlgonovrs and timely movement to
lrNw> tie gamt ling evil, whl h ha b -
come a publi ftc.imlal. The Isu rig of
state charter* to **• •wiled H *clal chili* af
fords abundant <|iportunlty f-ir tli* c
(•bilfhmetit of g;imblii;g and i* under *h*
guis*- *>f legitimate organisations, and it
Is alleged that Mims of the worst |il.i e
In the city claim the*** “ehurters" th Ir
protection agtilf.st th- enforcement of the
laws forbidding goinbllng If the-*? char
ier* are Issued In a **• ian e wdh law,
(too law ought to la* change 1.
koine Track Faraiera l.oat.
(fain ml lie Bun. It seems tht trunk
farming Is not a picnic In every respect
Jn conv#rsatlon with one of the large
truckr* the reporter was surprise i to
learn that the money lost on cantaloutes
last season was much larger than the
profits The leading growers of can
taioupes sre som* what soured on th*
market, and many will not plant so large
ly another season. It looks very much
s though there was a loss in the rais
ing of all kinds of truck last season
While som* few made some money th*
large majority lost heavily. This will
Lave a tendency to decrease the acreage
Il4illnnder l ine Ifelsrontlnned.
The Hollander Line has definitely dis
continued its s***amshl| service to Tampa.
(torn* time ago. thin probability was ru
mored. but larked confirmation. Th*
fad that no steamers had sailed from
New York to Tampa for a number of
weeks, lew strength to the report. Agent
F C. Dowryer, of the line, has received
official notice from the New York offic*
• hat no more steamer* would he run to
Tampa. The mason assigned by ths man
agement is a lack of patronage Frole
at.jy ths chief reason of the discantlnu
ance. however, was the fact that th*
steamers could not come up to th* Tampa
4* cka. on account of the lack of water,
and the port charges at Port Tami* be.
log prohibitory. <-ool<l pot discharge or
take on their cargoes there.
I'Blnrr of l n*Mv
Leesburg Commercial Tne asava
... %e 11 n Wfd r me, at (Via or. T .*-•-
de> :f ll ;* *-*4 111 getting beverwi *he
r< solution point and kH a* m*- j r.i t. al
work, will ercv>mp.iah go*#! for a*-
i4v.* planting utei manut* irmg
liea** and prove a benefit not oedy to < *ca u
and vi knity, but a bteasing to the
4*eo|>le and th* st*te. There i* mone in
cassava for sto.k fret o as . nafiU.ac
tured article of commerce Ju*t as tier.*
u money In r • *t and v- -
vet beans grow trig **n 1 in *• impori
ant jtroduc:* m Florida ltd w-e tr i-t
that the <aala rnov**me(it In th** mere t
of the -asvavM industry will 7*r<\e -u*>
••essful beyond ilie most sang ine exper
tatlons ot thOS*- who .alied ue . onve -
tlon The a > ss * r fm.nr* < f the enter
prise r<ai> with those who htv# o *1
witn It fs*w*ver, for ther< l- mo y n
the business for th#rs- who have he
re*julsu*- energy and ability and m*‘atts
t* *wrr> it thro gn uj m satisfactory d* m
Marriage %\a Minding.
The raft* of M *r> E II vie. vs Kdgst*
!!al* was h# f re J'ulge Joseph H Walt, tn
Tampa Frk; • Kugar Hah*, of Tampa,
and :v first * ouein. Miss May llsi*-, w**r
marr several months a go. under r**-
• it *.? • ■ The n thoi ot h*
.■jfk* bri I* nj* •*!
• * non In the iTnult
♦hrrtiu K.*r iMtorpey. J*hn I' Wall, ask
log for in annulment of the marriage, on
th* ground the* the girls <-onent was
ol'i‘r-1 through intimidation, or. in
* r word**, tf at ws frighten#**!
Irto epMtig tne hand of Mr Hal- n
tnurrl •*.-• M* -rw. Harris A Peeple- filed
. murrer t•# the romp.amt mt •
nr 1* rn* tier T<* court sustained th*
l--murrr r. moved by Mr H le attorne-, *
Th* groufi*l of the •leolslon wav that Mb*
H-i! llv*. with her husband as his w f*-
f, r s**vm d>?* after the ceremony was
l * rforn.* I. ad ha a rati
• *!<-n of the marriage oerenvmv Th#
•’ft of thi tleelsl'gi Is to de<- are the
marrUge hireling and to dismiss tle la.m
that the t, non* of the bride was ob
ta.rod through fear and Intimidation.
A case of srrM!lj*ox has been reported
to the Governor from Ilia gate tin. I h**
usual course was taken and the rrw*ll *r
was refrrr**#l to Dr Fvanf <f FI rei. e,
with rh* requesrt that he will investigate
th* matter at once.
To %\ el In Paris. Ky.
Col. John D Frost will leave OtlumbU
this morning for Carls. Ky to we.| Mis#
Mary Irvine Davit- v.*f that *lty. r l*he cere
money 1 to take place on and
the couple wul return to Columbia a? or
the marnog*' (Yd Frost will h ac.x.n
panU*d by Ids brother. Mr F. II Float.
Mr I'alnwr M Maat*r, Mr Libert H. Hu I
and Mr John lieii.
*tiillnir Phosphate Plants
Yolari Mori, agricultural cheml t of the
tmjierUl central experiment station of ag
riculture. Toklo, Jo|*ui ti in la** n In
Charleston, making a study #>f the |*h<*s
phai* i*; >*lt> ti man if.* ture f t< r-
Ullx*-rs. He n\ •: nwi< hof his tlm** ab.>ut
th** planth and has ••olle t-i much infor
mation, which will iw* Incorporated In his
report T!*• plants alsnit < . I* -1* I* are
th* only ottew that Chemist Mori n*s
vlsltod. He leturna to Japan dln t from
< diaries toss.
Liqour Haula for fine AVeek.
The refort of the siata constables for
the last week ending Nov. 17 show* n
falling off In aetsures of contraband In
the town* and cities J. R Kant reports
that three of his men set*ed four wootlen
stills and 6.00 gallons of still "beer.'*
which If the stuff from which the whn*ky
, distilled. There were nine convictions
•luring tli*- week The total amount of
ltqu.sr seised !n the state durng the week
was 1504 gallons; beer. 6l( bottles, and M)
gallons In kegs. b***le one mule and wag
on and a not gun,
Inlißi-ro nt Tlnimtmai llle.
There ware soma large sales of tobacco
at TlmmotisvUln last week. The
Industry is rapidly building up that place.
Timmonsville lws one thing to pri*le her
self on, and ahe does take pride In It,
an*l that Is the fact that everyone of
tobacco warehfMieemen are permanent
residents of th* town and have fixe*! in
trreals In the community, and very near
ly all of her tobacco buyers are In th*
-am** position in regard to the community.
They are all Ttminonsvllle paopi* and
are wot king for T.mrnonHvllle. To this
fact Is due, In 4 large measure, lh* bu#*-
m**n think, and ihere ure some very
-mart bueimss men In Tlmmonavllle. th*
stability an*! the cotilldtmce In the Tim
monsviile inarkol. *
No More i arllna flints.
At the last session of the General As
sembly an act was parted making it un
lawful for partridges or quail to le sold
or offered for sale In South Carolina for
a |eriod of five years. Thin was done
>*ceauee It was claimed that the blr*ls
were I* lug rapidly killed out, and the ar
gument wan made that if th* present
rate of killing were continued the game
would noon be exterminated According
to a proviso In the a t dealers were al
lowed to bring birds Into th* state from
**th**r states ami off* r them for sale, and
the set. therefore. Is not Interfering with
Charleston dealers to any extent. Par
tridges are >n able there as usual, but
they are brought from points In Georgia,
which makes the r*-t a llttl** mors to tht
R AID ON HUM) TIGER*.
Sensational Meeting and Expedition
An lit#* ('tty of Ifuhlln.
Dublin. Ga , Nov 25.—Yesterday was a
day full of sensations for the people of
Dublin. In the Courier-Dts|>atch on
Thursday. <N>l. T. L. Grtner published a
ui.| d* taring mat ll<por was illegally
-*l*l In a number of pin* es near Dublin,
and that recently It had b* en so.d in
j the liusernent of the Court House lla
asked thai those who were opf*o*ed to
tils traffl to meet at the Court House
,n Dublin on Saturday at 11 o'clock. At
that hour quite a number were present,
uid the meeting was organis'd by elect
ing Count) Commissioner J 11. Yopp
• halrtiMin After eome discussion It w •*
• b i#led to npjolnt a committee to visit
those bebr\-l to be In the illicit business,
and procure such evidence agditst them
-* was jHiswlbl**. and to then draw up .
t i.* of Injunction agilnst such parties in
the effort to have the buildings tn which
such sale u- carried on, destroye#!, as u
nuinru'e. It sems that uml* r the law of
\ / * n I P I p If neglected undermine* th, whole phi *i-
V A ILat Jl ,r I r -■
v —' ■— *- ~... ,• , 11,* an op ,i •ot cure ex-
C'pt a* ampulailon wtll cure a eor,- foot. Th only Ireai
n,nt which ,1 ■ cure-V..rico , and li lia bcti dem, ,
_ X of Dr. Hathaway.
p Trils rx. aialvs mctboilof tr* itturnt Is tipplb l b\ the ?*.*
”*** ■’ 4 tl**rt himself at horn* It Is iMlnicss and a uses r.o Itu
L, .Ebi v* rd**n-*• It cures by mean.** of absorption.rd,it Ing t!>* 11
tended and elongated blooti vessels to thslr natural hci.th
ThD rnatho*! of ireatmrnt is use*l only by Dr. Hathaw n
• -A. P> * similar exclusive met hod Dr. Hatha way curt-* fltrl<
ture without pain or operation.
Dr Hathaway s ape laity Is confined to Chronic Dlscire
V Including Sexual. I’rinary a nd Bloo*l Dlrtasts
w | 1 Will# lor III# C Utlon of his
■ v ness Vigor, Haalth. * gnd aymploni blank, *>r call nt i *
J.Newton Hathaway,C'onsullatlon, advice, book nrd 1 inks ir# f'<* ? r j
.he asking Office hours; 9t012 m . 2 to & and ?to 9 p j
m Sunday 10 a. tn to 1 p m. J NEWTON iiA.THA.WAY. M D. (.Ur Hathawaj
A Cos.), 2aA Bryaa atreet. Savannah, Ua
THE MOKMNG NEWS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1900.
I Sick headache. Food doesn'tdi- I
(teat well, appetite poor, bowels con- I
stipated, tonßue coated. It's your I
liver! Aver a Pills are liver pi lla, I
easy and safe. They cure dyspep
sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. I
W.BI j >ur it " . iMMi't # btAuUlui |
Mr w •
BUCKINGHAM’S DYE VMKr.
fttj -a M> >4 m • * 4 f,.*. Sa— . .
I*M this * xn h*' don* It ww* the
♦ lon r hruig tn*# 1 before Judge John
H A*lm- of th*- Cl * *'oirt. but he tr*ok
a vary prominent s ( • 1 In the meeting.
Mid the bill I son aha
!v- brought trfore Ju Ig* John <V Hart.
After determining upon the above
r * r**e of *•*■#lot 4 resolution was ur**n'-
tn**ue y adopted rommendlr g th* e*iit*f!#
of the Courier-I>|spat< h for the cours*
they rm\e pursued In the fci**t tho rf
for* to suppress vl ** n*l pledging Th*- • #>-
• '(aeretior , ( f all present in en ouraging
•hs paper t . . . worl
The w*irk of the n*e*. g oHrur about
over -one of th*He jr* **m wa r*' *vlt.^
fhe room, when their attention w.*j ■ ai -
♦ I to a res*duUon by Judge J*hn H
Wo!fe p>dglng thowe pre nt t* ir>*- f ir*
rnailon *,f anew p-Itt al jairty a.i.ng i*f*-
hiMu<n Lr.es Everybody then came \,h k
and voted to tab** the reaoiutton In a very
emphati* ar.d decided manner In fv
Judg* Wolf* wa* about the only one in
the r<*m favorsb *' to such a fours** He
*poke of much .ength or. hi> r*oluti*n
t*d charged that there was now no con
wilier a bl*- rllfferer; • between the tw**grat
parUer and tt*a 4 pirt\ ougr.t to in*
formed It la not known why Judg** Woife
le not Ilk* the prevent national piohi
'Rton ;*art> as h* dll nt make that
pat * of hi.** P|M*rh ver\ clear No **n*
thought It to argue against the
rssoiutton, is it was known that even
m*>a of the ministers present were op-
D•#*-d to such n course
In th- aftern*>on the comrrV’te** visited
the bllnl tigers. I*t*tW***n fwel\e rim) fif
te*-n In nurni *-r This mm ft**- w a
•ompi'-sl of about thirty of th*- i*et c|ti
xens c*f laiurena county. th* foi owing *c
ing a part to! 1.-t Wiliam Pritchett, pro -
Went or the I>u ll Cotton Mills. II W
Hob Iro on. prescient f th** Ho |r son
Hardware Com|n> A H. Amau as-ist
•nt cashier of tne Duidin Com
pwny; T. J Pritchett. pre-idwit of the
Dublin Hanking Company; J. C. Ward
law, au;>erirten<l**nt <f th** Dub In pu dl
schooSa. II K Pritchett, naval stores op
erator; W N Ain worth. iUor of l *>
Dublin Methodist (Tiurch; J. H. BaiwDr**,
Ksq . T. L. Grlncr. K*#j.. A.**x. Akct
man. Leq S M Kelltm J M Mln.ti,
John It ('ablwelt on.! Wlll.m K*a
At each place visited 1 **#*r was pur*
chase#). Tli*- li****r was label***! "BfM kl ng
I'lder." and klc proptietrM f th# pl ica*
ckitnwd that the etufT w,- a non-intoxi
cant. The proprietors of every
place were ask* *1 l> 4Utt the
business. Borne •< onseoted, but oth* ■*
would not. One of the 1 ti
tles. an old offemler fr*>m Wilklnton
cotinty and against whom ther* are tw
Indictments p#n*]irx now. was quite in
dependent and defiant. One of ths keep
ers of a blind tiger took to the swamp
when he saw the committee approaching,
leaving Ids store wide open Both beer
and whisky were found at (his place At
I most of th* places nothing but beer wa*
found Most of the keepers had se\eral
hours notice of (he gaining of the com
mittae, and they could have removed the
whisky All of them deny having sold
whisky. Champ.igts** and sparkling cider,
was sold by all of them openly and above
board. an*l (her I* no l niul of this fa- t
These who know pronoun e this so-called
tier, nothing but lager l*?**r.
ll Is not believe*! that there will be
any more whisky or be*r sold Illegally in
Dublin, again soon The |*eople are de
termined to stop it. and th*' blind tiger.'
are now convinced of that fuo.
1 Nl \ EM HIT \ TOPIC k.
Great Interest In the Than Ua Ixl ng
Foot bn 11 Game.
Athena. Nov. 2f. The Interest In the
Aubum-Gcvila football game !s th# h
-sorbing topic In college now. Despite
he fact (hut the team has lost four
< tmr.H during the s* a son, nnd several of
The best Oeorglo players are laid up, the
boys are training every nerve for the
Much interest Is being manifested by
ihe Alumni also. Julian H Lane *>f Ma
con, captain of the ‘92 eleven. Georgia's
first football team, ks on the field giving
the boys (h** t>enefit of his experience and
knowledge of the game, and next week
Hatton Lov* Joy. Brooks. Clarke, ami R.
S. Nalley. Georgia's famous athlete, will
be on the field to help Coach Jones A
special train will he run t > Atlanta Thurs
day. ami practically the entire Mud* nt
body will attend.
At u meeting of the T’nlverslty Athletic
Association held In the Chape! this morn
ing the following officers were elected for
the Red nnd Black for the term begin
ning D* . 1 Kdltor-in-chlef. Hem* r L
Denmark. Vaklosta, Ga assistant slMor.
Glenn l>gwm. Crawfordvlll**. Ga.; ath
letic editor. Frank. Haff, Macon, (a ;
society editor. Edwin Camp. Atlanta, On.;
business manager, M S Johnson. De*si
dir On ; assistant business manager Dan
Deupree At lam a Ga.
A (iENBRAL ••HIM till MOl'SE.’*
One Man Kllleil nnd tnotber Nerl
Eatonton. Ga., Nov. 25 —News reach***!
here :o-d*y of the kilbng in this countv
of a negr** of Ihe name of Folds, who
xvas cut about a week ago by another
negro Cap** Henderson. Te cutting oc
curred at a negro frolic. Folds has been
lingering al th#- point of drat:i until )♦
terdxy, when he died. Henderson'*
whereabouts are unkirown. At the earn
froli • e negro namc*l Joe Dudley wu
niiot In th* leSetiy som*- one unknown
There seems 10 have be* n 1 goner il
melee. In whtcdx nil Join* . using wh.n
we,pxns they h*vk on whotn they fii-t
cwne in eonta't with.
THE FARM AND THE GARDEN.
M ATTER® OF INTER ENT TO ACHI-
Ft LTt HINT AND HOIIEWIFC,
Ilhmlfring 4 r opa— same Needs—Vw
serfs V |#|ets—t ovx Is Not laikag.
ttnlon k'r*uu Sef #h— < wssn % m 4 allure.
Ms#- f frees for Plawtlwg—Feeding
l*ul Ir > Pis all 11 u reran Nats.
There L* a very atrru g tendency on (he
|ar o' Southern farn.*-re to diversify
th* r pixmif g# more than ’hey have ever
done lefor* In every section of the
Bouth there are farmeri- m re than will.tig
to enter upon the culture of certain crops
*uh rwise than thoe ‘* iple crops that
f.av** exef'.M-d their a*’ :it.on heretofore.
Burr**- of tir e crops, l.*w* \**r. are of such
a hara t*-r that ur>le.*> a goodly number
> ng#4ge m the*r cultlva*lon it Is not pos
•1 tel*• to get the heat results from them.
A email finmcr. for instance, woxild like
o plan.t 'Ug *r- ne with a view to mak
ing yrup Another would like to grow
more or less rice. Another tobacco, but
In ail such attempts It is not merely that
tr.* crop- he grown, but there are certain
• pptlance* that will be n- essar>' to fwM
them in commerced shap* xfter They are
ina*le A small farmer may easily enough
provide himeeif with -**,.l cane and grow
the crop, but Is not able to own a mill and
orj oratlon fr working up the cane Into
-/nip He must depend ufien some ora
else to do this and unless a mimhsr of
farm* rs In n neighlorh >od raise the crop
there will be k> sufficient Inducement for
• *4h* rs to supply the necessary machin
ery for making syrup on shares
There i* never any lack of gins and
pres** 4 to put (h** seed eotton of small
f rmer* In every community into proper
•c u* for marketing and usually there
re thresher* to do the *m for wheat.
•*fs and other grain, and In most local
ise (here are custom mills and evapor
• lot for grinding are an*! making syrup
making rounds for th* p irpe* just as
)e threshers do There are many local
ltt*-s. however, where *hi convenience I#
**ill lacking arising from the fact that
The crop had not h**en grown extensively
hy the farmers of thnt se. tlon.
Awv from the *oas| c|tl*s there are
no facilltlea for eleanirtg nnd preparing
f*r market any upland nee that the small
farmers might grow | n ?h**lr commendable
►•fforrs to rats** a diversion of food
Even in tobacco rowing It Is necessary
flat enough of it he grown in s neigh*
i*ot >*■*) Tu Justify Tbe **r*' firm of proper
i*.irns for curing and to bring buyers to
the section to purcha.*a the * rop at the
As In the ciw** of our great staple .-rop
cotton There must need be a certa*r co
*■•l #• rat ion between producer and millmen
m a gr**at many of th**se productions to
moke them of possible value to the
So few farmers ore able to own th#
neesunry machinery for pitting their
crops into marketable shajo
l •> have that diversified f irmlnr that Is
sure o prevail some day and that Is cer
tsln to make our farmers* the m*et pto.
perou of any in the work! there mist
< r necessity te .1 great d* al of co-op* ra
tiai among farmer* themselves, and to .1
v*-ry considerable extent farmers with a
of manufacture- those that put th**
.rule product Into merchantaMe ahaiw
There has h***n ton little of this co-opera
tive action among our Southern farmer?
In every ralllttai district In the stat** no
iloubt there will he found sooner or la r er
not only a cotton gin and press, hit a
traveling thresher, a cane mill and evap
orator. a rice mil*, a cannery for veg—
tables, a fruit drysr a wine vault, .is.
al.-o. traveling shredder*, hay p:e***s—in
fact, iiny and everything that will be
called for by that diversified production
that must Inevitably follow as the result
of our climate m*) opport uni ties.
Juwr now we are feeling the lack of
these things, and so llver-|fie#l pr>du*"tl**n
is h# Id In che* k to a considerable extent.
Both tobacco ri*l cassava are . rop* that
cannot be grown to b t advantagr* by
solitary farmers Just here and there
There must !*• enough of any or all rroiai
ma*le in a section to warrant the com ng
of buyers or ihe maintenance of a fa -
lory to us#* the product or sufficient ’o
Imy a m.in for undertaking to travel
about with machinery to prepare th.*
CTO|*a f>r market.
On#* or tw# men In a community grow
ing vegetables will not be sufficient o
warrant a canning factory, unless the lat
ter Is small and unless the growers pla t
on a very large s ale, whl h Is rot apt
to be the case oftentimes.
Wf need all these things we have re
ferral # to very much, and In tm *. iv
doubt th**> will be supplied
In the meantime, however, a great deal
would be galne#! by developing that spirit
of <x-of*eration that must precede the r
oatabltshment. We are strong believer#
In farmers' clubs—club* for practical o
operatton, n*>t for r!itlcal purpos.s, nnl
when im>perly •on*ltiote*l r** of vast good
to their respective r.imm inlties. Toe
foregoing i> h mere outline of som# Im
portant "need#." There are r;o doubt
Intrrlß on Violets.
MK* F. K. B Savannah: For destroy
ing the several Insects that Infest your
violets, there is nothing better and cheap
er than pyrethrum powder (or buhack >
It |s known also as "Persian Insect
Powder." Procure the fresh from any
lass drug store Ten cents worth
of it put Into a small tin can. whh ier
forated top (Ilk* a pepper box) wIN go a
long wa>e In destroying in#ects on any
of your plants.
(Your letter and specimens arrived dur
ing *ur absence and was mislaid else It
Mould have received earlier attention).
])ii4( th* powder freely all through the
foliage. It Is perfectly harmless to every
thing but inse *t' It can he u*ed to gome
better advantage with a small hand bel
lows usually sold with the powder.
Fowls Not Laying.
slrs. V H H B#v;tnnsh writes; "I nm
\ outs*ant rca*ler of the poultry notes tn
h* Morning News, and write now for o
My young son ha* about fifty head of
Tvmttry and sells eggs. For the past two
month* they have laid very few eggs.
At first I thought this was due to the
• i t of their 'moulting.' hut mo#t or
hem are evidently through moulting fnr
*h* ir mlv# are bright and red But the.*
irr *mly an expens** now They seem
k zy, hanging about the yard and kitchen
. ,# in* **t of the time or stay in their
■ tops They I%* large run of gras*
u.d they are f*l aliout four quarts of
whole com an*l cracked corn every day
-*. uv'times the food |s varied with on is
in.l )>*out two quarts of bran m!xe| with
little salt anl r*nl pepper early In th.*
• !# t!ii overfeeding or underfeeding**
•What is the best food for the pr*du<
ion of eggs'*
The fowls are mixed Hjenluh and com
• .*n stock a!st forty-five with on*
• \ mouth r* k r *ster. two Bp.inlvh, on
m*‘ and ttvo common
•What Is the best breel # "
Reply—lt Is rarely tho case that hm*
■gin to lay before a month has elapsed
i.ee moilting has been completed full)
it It is more than likely that your fowl
re too fat fr<m feeding so much corn
his is not good food for egg production
the houte for the laying hens in goo
•ape—lnviting m fact—with plenty o*
bar. rest*, with neat eggs? This la irr- I
The best food for hens Is a mixture o*
heat and cats, with • little corn on.) |
lien a bran mash every two or three dav* j
ml? the salt are! pepper, though a lit- I
ot the latui may be glvan ones • week I
It 1# well a *0 to provide the hens ft
a little gr #md beet A ll * e rwix • f
sr.ouo! t-e piwved where they an g*- •:
With the good r%nge •)*• t you have t -
hens should not bs fe*l m r* th##
what they could e.xi of the we ha'
Fro\ de clean water in lr**r. ver. Is
A a rule Tne li*o'K Spams
gn*><| ia vers w c; Te Min ,#
gco*l wi-O Where one i< •1 # r>*
are partial •> the Barred P vrrv i?h Ho v
Be#* That your hto are kept free f
by a free ume of ins**,-t powder -pyreTh
rura Hens are no 4 apt to Ix> wner. !. -
fe#t#*d wuh lice A ppemkle **f - tp
should be put in the rest* every ot. *
In a while
We do not grow 1 j#t r w of nnv ci
selling g Kid stock ar reao> r.able prices
It Is not t late to put out *et* any
where below lati*t:de of Atlanta. We arc
planting to-day some e* of t j** flarrr.u (
variety Tha ser ore . can and round
and me**ur*d 22f (* the qu *r( Ir. 1
el there woukl ue :<• *• e*in \\ !Th
two few* apart m l putting a s t **\* ry
six Incbcß m the row It w*uM h .:•*
♦I.OOO to (.art an acre Four
of such set# would me** The r* q , < m ni
801 l w**:i adapted i* onk ns ou!1 g r *
tu.Wt ontors to average f tt 1 ■ • * e.i
This is x*> bawhds of orlon# i**r • r*
a vop very aasllv mule on flrM li
soli. An acre pr r*sr*d w*.th t ’ "
and the cultivation done w;t h h.m*l t .*
ths row** might ti#- or. v ** Dm.! apart w 'I
sn onion *••( fo*r Inches in the row High
ly manured the 2'<• • 1 inig it
gregsle ful.y #v> hushsls h - .*•
!'**•• <*rrtns—riitnttUK the Nnl*.
Evary one who owns land e ou; 1 :*iant
some pecne. but chiefly i\ !h th* lea < '
doing so for p * erity It i?* a w. :i ku< e
saymg that, ‘oil r*en plart tre#s It
Is quits like > that mure old men wr*
planting paeans t—da? than voutig men
The latter are too lmpatlen* But ther*
art socne wise \otirg mer < i<> ib* .1 *
tbe*e will |t*ant pecan -eris *t.* 1 •.-
of rNi>lng h* iew rd m* twer.ty >* .*-
It Is the duty of every man to an'
s**me tree* for posterl> h (m* m*n are
•ate *.n real!alng ihla diH>. and ;m; i* th--
reason so many old nen plnr.t trees
Many claim th.it graft* I tre--s must be
llan’et We will no? argu** this Our
pea now is pimply for noi planting Noa
la the (ime to get fresh seed nuts
With some little trouble you ma' gn*
very larg*- nuts of (he pp*-r-*hell klr**l
such a weigh as f*o to the pound I* *
a very fair seed nut. however. tha
weighs 100 to the* pound
Procure aaeds now. i’ut them In 1 lo\
arid cover with *ot! anl k* • th **>-
moist <lurlng the next two months Alorc
In February plant the nuts where vo .
whh a tree, planting tao In a place, n
foot or so apart. But a little *;.ik* Ik*-
tween them, so as 10 mark their place
It is mu*h better to keep tn a box
where fhe nut* can be kept steolliy moist,
than to plant out no The rat' may d* -
Ktroy them a hen exposed so kng In the
It wlil also be a help. If when a h-r 1
f 1 *e*e threatens during th** winter, the
box Is set out In the w*■ ,4flier, sn (hat
1 (he wet s*d and nuts a e *,aid froten. \Y*
♦re not sure that this is .is helpful t<*
pecan se**F\ n It Is to peach ** •!, but
no doubt, it will ex*,** llte g rminatioi. t.
some extent. The nuts an be merely
soaked :n water, for Mx or r ight we* k
but the safest plan Is t< keep In mol>
soil The soil must not be allowed n* get
very dry, after being on * w* .1 m lstenc *
Can any one tell us whether filing tie
seed 1* of any benefit? Can they b*
! cracked without Injuring the germ? The
question is being iest*d. hut the result
will not he known hefor** sprlr.g
Fresh nuts 100 to the pound * an be had
for 4u or 50 cents per pound.
Not To 'lnch Potting.
Poultry for winter laying must not he
lotted and coddled too much If we would
have them do the.r best A good deal of
the advice given In regard to winter 1 oul
try would. If followed. mak such d* 11-
ate crestures out of our birds th.i* they
would never be able to do anything • x
cept stay around the house and k**;
warm. \V nee*l # str*-ng. vlgonu> birds
for winter use. and anything ?h w* k
ens ihem will reduce the egg supply. Now
ne distinct way to do this 1# to keen
them to worm and coacy. and that i.-
what many are doing to-day.
Of course we want good hen houses,
sweet and clean, and w irm enough to
keep The bird# from suffering. But wc *l
not want them Jirtlficwdy heat* 1. If
they are built so the cold air Is kept out
and winds and rains e& luded they w ill
have a temperature better #• ;•• i to 1 •
♦lenl’h of the chickens thin If •rtl fl lally
heated. When we begin to hr-*t tie
winter quarters w* lay th** foundation fr
trouble. You cannot heat the hotnse wPh
out weakening the powers of ih* eh; k
ens. and before winter is over they uill
he too tender to take fr#h air and exer
cise except In very mild weather.
This danger of weakening the birds with
warm houses will al*o tn.ik* itself f* It In
the matter of eating The bird will not
have the some appetite as when they arc
<om pel led <0 live in cool rooms and s|M-r*l
much of th % lr time ou’ of door.", will Ik*
more particular In what they eat. nnd
will eat foods that si*t.>fy without d*xiiK
much goo#) I have had flocks show an
Indifference to corn and grain in the win
ner through no other eau.*e than that of
low health due to overheating of their
quarters. It H* better not to k**ep them
at nil than to weaken their bodies with
When you to heat the winter
quarters of chicken# you also ge* Into
1 rouble with ventilation. It Is almost
impossible to h*nt a chicken house with
out making the air poor and vitiated. In
spite of all the patents an I Improvements
the ventilation Is poor, and with % hlif’’
• emperature (he quarters are render**)
uncomfortable and highly disagreeable.
What w*c need is to feed Ihe chick* rs so
they can supply Hie heat for t ; iem#* !ves
In fat and feather*, and then If t-ro *** ** !
from wind#, storms and drafts tley will
thrive and lay their sh ire 4 ,f winter *-gg
Annie C. Webster.
• riimui CnKure.
The caaaava crop has b**c>nrv m unl
aerval on the Florida farm that It w.ml 1
seem as If It would he out of j lice and
superfluous to have anything to my re
garding It. but for the benefit of *ho e
who (wish 10 grow It for the fitai t.rn 4
few |olntrrs on Its culture wi 1 | r
be found beneficial, saye the Bo Uh* rn
There Is hardly any land too ♦#>■ r an!
sandy to moke a g*wel iv i r p f
properly managed It delights In 1 •..•• u-
Ine Florida sand pit ar.#l will p* *duee as
tonishing results If tr#ai**l |r- |* *|v. <ne
*f th first h w* \.r Is <). •
and thorough plowing of the land
It will do wtl* to foil >w almost anv
crt>r>—ln flct. It does 9* **t wh* n it u -
ceeds Itself. Early In th** ‘■••is-n the lin I
should he plowed w-ll m i •) *p . ,1 |i
vegetable matter turned omj I**:. ; , u -
lcr A month ah* ad of plant n; tirn
th*- fertilisers should le . p. * and . v -< i
terlng broadcast and working tnoroughlv
Into the soil either by me .ns of an Irm
Frame Harrow or an ordinary ult v to
The nAturc of thU fertilizer Is *h* tit t
irrgiortant thing connected with th* rp.
It must not be of a rank ntt o-er o s i a
?ure. but be flrst-olass In every way Th
asaava root having more star-fi I , |
han any other known crop must
#ve e great deal of t*ot i*h in its *-r.
tlliter to give gorU results On sane s ia
It Is possible to make a fi:r rop th*
first year on an ordinary fertl l e . 1 i<*h
(s we get In the or Unary mar/et . par
ticularly If the land nas had growth *f
black Jack oak on It. bu* one crop will
exhaust even the black Jock lard, and
It ia poor policy to reduce the fertility of
A/oavos Ao diri behind
McDOAOIGH & BALLANTYNE, V
Iron Founders, Machinists, f)
Illn.U.nilll.-. U.llrrmnUrr.. of ftlon.
... and r.irinblr I niiim-a. Verlloal a<l Top llnanlnu a
..rn Mill*, -a* a r Mill ihl ••on., 'hi* lllng, rull.>.. ,(r. f.
TELEPHONE NO. 123.
the sot! at any time. Thera ahoulj
v, 4 ' be h. much given o land a
will - taken from It k -v the cicrp there
f r* *\ * r'. 4 *t % should see* ihls tro-
VTded for bef re the crop t> pi if. ted. A
fair • mount of fertlllxer for a rop
o. •M.*#iY4 on any of ir ordinary ilti y
-1 • twelv#
I in *red pounds p* r acre. The aiKiLsi*
of thl> shou.d be atMiu* s per * nt. pho<-
p. acid and 12 I*r c* nt. lotoch and
.. -•)• . |H*r *-iit. nitiogen.
It * 1 t a*lvlj*al>se to b* in too great a
hurry in t!*#- •ar v sprlog to plant the
• '..j* Th* ;< i) should o*' nicely warmed
!• |4o that g*-rmlnaloi will begin a* soon
, t * >. ru-.d l* planted If t* lies u long
ti;... ;n ihe old damp ground the wh*te
rr.i Is f to dMiroy the cy* and cause
a pour stand.
1 • land should be laid off In furrows
fir :- * t ap.ti I•• nw •' The **♦•* 1 sl;* Id
1* cut in small pieces al<*ut three m* hes
long mak c.g sure (hat tn**re are •? k *st
tfir*-e gen'd t yes on every pl*e. The iwfl
ttHl to rut the s-e*l wit?) is h small, sharp
SaW In dropping the e<l in p.ease re
-ire that there i> on** pje#e at every
- k -over It as you drop ti with your
f -.a No plow Is !.♦• essary. elt must
!,..i be tia deep at first The first one or
1 a<> plowing*' should be to the young
p;at 4* a; 1 after that all that will be n#- -
*v-,#ry vviW Ih to keep (h** *• and clean **f
w* *•*) an*) grass. A weedar 1s nn excel
ert to* for this purpose unt the plants
get four or five met** high, then uwe
>w*ej'"' entire.y. as the cullivfttlon must
. v#i' v ‘.4oa so e *♦ leav e (h#* r *Ol.
Ul dIT !) bed
If in* p.tntw how .1 little yllow ond
unthrifty when a tew Inches high a t*>p
• Ire 1y of ultra re of soda will he.p them
a.-u.x Hi.d r* 'tt*r- thir color.
1 1:• f 1 when (he rop 1 made it 1 e
!.*• not ti harvest It Immediately, but
1 • r.i'iu for next year's e-**d should be
- iii**l b* for- nr y fr#*st atrlkift thsm. and
The I'lnnliiiit Bis#* *f Trees.
The question, what Is the proper sue
<f fru.t trees to be p!#n‘ed leads me "o
*>ffr .4 few .-.agkestior).- regarding tt. aays
J* Meehan in Bracelet; Farm* r Per
ap* Ir w*ll to s.\ at one** that the
hrg*r th** tr** the better, if It can t***
r*-movs) safely Every year added to
.!•• uc* of . fmlt tree brings it th
mu h •.;••*.-# r t*> Us fruiting stage. MV
; therefore look for getting the largest
1 tr*- v.* *1 will not b< gr.xitly cheeked
i*\ ;i *n*ilsiuing yjulte lately corra
latent wrote me .* to the wSUuu of
-■ • 1 ’i ’ out quit* small peaeh tr**s w.:.-n
" ;.•! I** ha<l at 4 low pr: *•. Nursery
men r.i •u\ ke*-;* peach tres. but one
’* r Tn* stocks are bt;d*i -) in Bct
?* inier. und b> th*' next Bept* mer the
re**> .ir* ready :o se.J. Th****** one ye#r
,recn are sorted m,m two or tnree grod A s
T.ie largest nuy be five or six feet; th*-
second six**, four to five feet, and tn**
sma.lest. tore#* to four feet, the prl%-
rungtr.ir accordingly. It is the emalles;
siie which tr* sold so cheap as to cause
surprise, sometimes as low 4 to 5
■ each* ! : . these lUtl# fellow* mail!
H- ‘ 'ev ure. ire lmit or quite as good to
j . ifjt a-< the others. They are of the
ir |, *‘ a.:i- T..* y an? very slim usually,
u: if well , l.nt.-d. manured and ruifi
'i*l. t.'sere wou.d not be ri very great
! differai lietween them and others at
| tti*- of •?). growing Mason Apples
or.* eoU! at uv uml Hire** yeur- from th**
-,i*iii. iihl of these tn** three years ones
are i* best t- plant, bee#ue* of th** gain
04 tim#*. At this age they will be about
f* • high an.) have some top; at th**
;m time mey ir* not so heavily root* 1
* ut l b‘* f *hey *.*#n !*• dug to secure th**
** •?“ JVar trees tni plum trees of three
v f° r ‘ ,rp n,so of En** right size. When
1 ac* th. y ~r #, very slim and more
‘ pl tu u Token down than when larger
.id ruor* r oi.iy seen. Aside from
• 1 ’ u *d**h. as **a;• 1. th** on** y*-i
--. li.il.- I( r<- KfHWi ti.ouch. ihP 11ir... yr.ir
or other.- ivl.l bo v rv
In tho of nrnanient.il deekluoua
■ m.| .-v. rKr. Hn Irani it u l~ tt-r to i
-mall one than 1.,,,, one I)-ri,!„ous
.r„ m si* to .-.Kilt f.. i ..rr* n.u.illy
- if- Kl*H tr. IS. I, not larger. Owner* of
.-••eily .iwellltiK,. win Homatime, plant
• te. - almoat half Brown, hat thO |, more
-.r lamUrape efTeet than for permanenny.
S-'Hi. 1111 K lara. Ih required to m ke the
Grounds in ke. p uk with the house und
th- hie nees help tn do this. Hut' over
u.d over ukuli, have I seer, small |*e,|
tr-. s ov-rtakn thee.- lurne ones. if ,|,e
very hire, ones live they stand still for
. ton# |m and while i h e y <rr .
' ; ‘ ls Ih " HtHw OIL S ar. urnwlnir and very
soon caiih up to them Kveritre,ns are
h u l-r to transplant than de.Huo.ie trees
aid ll Is lni. better to set out rather
small ones. Th*- preservation and the
k’ 'Pint moist of roots are Great helps to
wards success In removlrik tree-. Tti-n
Gorl rich ,01l to ktow In. f.w all tr.o-.
Ilk.- this. iior,l pl.inilnr consists mainly
In s. it uk the tree at the depth It before
stood and tammli * the soil In ilrmiy about
that a ma . .
Grows fast* r an.l outatrlps the lars-er one
tiler.* Is the yum of the difference m
, m that u* . vary tht r.. la M
K.s and reason for pl.uit.nc the smaller tree.
We solicit articles for this department
The 1. mv of the wrlier should ar.-om
|..iny the letter or artlcla. not nece. irt;y
for ptihli’atlon, but us an evidence ot
Questions and communications relative
to anri lltttral at and horticultural übjec.
|t .eldr. ...! to Asri Kditor. Drawer n]
M lledGevlllc. Uu will receive Immediate
For lulant* and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
, EAST INDIAN
Corn i J aint
Cure* Carni, Baniona tad Warn
Speedily tad Without Pain.
i f} Sill BT 4U DRUGGISTS.
l IIPPWAX BROTHERS,
L . wholtaalt Prog flits.
Lippmsa’s Block, 6avsnnsb 0a
you are looking for
in the shape
Black and Colored
reduced from 75c.
100 pieces of
from 20c to 50c.
Also 50 pieces
at 7 sc;
SI.OO and $1,25.
Cornsr Brrmgb*on ar.*l Barr.art!
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COrNTT—
Notice Is hereby given t> al! p* r>*. *■ -av
tug dem#nis ng ilnat Margaret • N
..it** of as Id county. l . <rns,,l. to [ . . rt
them to m*\ projierly mal<* out '.n
th** tlmr pres*'rib**) 1 v law. po t*. to • ar
1 heir chara t#*r uni #mount; and ll per*
■on** Indebted to eUI d**'*e#sed are re
quired to make Immediate payment to
me. JOHN T. COLLINS.
Ex rau lor.
Bnvannoh. Ga.. Oct. 31. 1900.
GEORGIA CHATHAM C
Whereas. Allee K. Walke- hue • t •*!
to Court of Ordinary f r l/*te e A
ministration, with the v ’I an ex*d. u
the fninir of Gtorgfi W. i ..ri h, 1 1-
Thtae re. therefore, to clt* and a-itr.* r.-
leh all whom It may eoncern to * ‘nl
ai*pear !efore said court to make e -
tl*n tlf any they have) on or bef • •
firat Monday in December next, oterr
wle s.iUt Mtera will Ik.* grant* 1
Witness !he Honorable Hampton I* )>r
rill, Ordinary for ('ho?ham county, ul*
the 3d day of November. 19
FRANK E KEILBACH
Clerk CYurt Or*llnary. C
GEORGIA CHATHAM Cnl'N T
VYhereas Mary Cani|!*ll hnt an ej **
Court of Ordinary fr letters 01 a*lml? If
t rat ion cum teianunto annaxo n tfe e*
tate of Busan SlHftall. draea-*e<l Th***(
are. therefore, to die and admonl* •
whom It may concern to le #r*i IPP *f
before said court to make . bjecdon# cf
any they have) on or before the first M
day In December, next, otherwise >.M Id
lers will he granted
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L.
Ferrlli. Ordinary for Cbnlham Count)*!
this the seventh day of Novem cr :b.
FRANK E KEILBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord y. C. Cos
'TIQ CENS eT
City of Savannah.
Offlc, Clerk of Council.
Savannah. Cla., Nov. I*. U**
Tha foltowliik applii-uilotia to r*<“ l
liquor rlurln* thu yrar 1901 ware r- * *•
mrortlnK of Council Nov. 14, 19” ind re "
ferretl to Commltlpo of tho Whole.
WM. P. BAIL.KT
Cl-rk of Council.
Abram-. M. D.. No. *2 null atrect
ltcckmann. <lvo„ No. 112 Whitaker ftr**>
Cotilnuhnm. John, eoutheart corner Dw*
ton an,l Broughton atrret*.
Cottinrh.ini, John, No. 208 BrouK
Carr, John, corner Haberaham ana oar
Brecon. H. E., northeael comer Sie-ri
and Wllaon aireeta. #
PetKian. Daniel, No. #3B Indian
Dirk*. A J.. No. 90G Whitaker
Geffken, Herman If.. northw , est r
Broughton and Trice streets
Graham, C. F.. l-ulaakl Houae. ”
at reel. .
lit, k- R. M . No. 3 Cnnrrew *reet •
Imtnrn. John H , northweet corner J<
Aral llalieraham atreet*.
Kluem.n, A.. No 37 Stme atreel
Luba. John F.. northweet corner u
ty ami Haberaham afreet*
Mendel. Carl. No **■' Elberty *r*. '* •
McCormick. Wm . No. C.' Indian *
Mcßride. T K No. &25 Bav atre.
O’Keefe. Jaa.. Manager, aoulhweet ■■
Drayton and Broughton atreet-
Sullivan, John. No. li Con*rras a ree>.
west _ ,r*et
Sullivan, John J., No. Bryan •
Travera. E.. No. U Bull atreet. Bcreven
Wataon A Powrera, De Soto Hotel Übef >'
atreet. near Bull **reet , v ,.
Wade. John T.. corner Oglethorpe
nue and Houaton etreeta.
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