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Vliuudill Krulu and Harvest*.
, r uirealag* Hereditary and CU
■ TO. the Christian Herald.
V k. Nov 28,-Fronunotameneo* of
- .! and Governors call us to an
,i. i meet 100 (.articular cu> or
, ratllude. but they cannot men
,jf of our bier-slng* In our
n wo sea the wonderful eroos
,r. and while we look at the
ton, we fancy we see the
i al the Georgian plantation.
..bee shining aruld dork are- n
i matt. i. w >*i- terir.g in thv
on end i a' the evening time
awn* resound with mueic
tot.on- uatc -live of warmth
, , con fort ond international
. i be ti> r.atne of Eli
who invented the cotton gin,
..ard Arkw right. who showed
i , r how to do the work of one
~i it.-l thirty spinners While w
turn, we see the plowing and
jour grains in * hill, and
nt-idlk and the cutting frode,
• t,.. rhont of the buskers. Good
t , otn! What would we do
It:, -sings upon the head of
: anted It. cut It. enueked It,
and garnered It. While we look
anv. we sss the hard work
-t..tit hern fields of long stalks,
. i-ressln*: out the saccharin*.
nil all our exqui-lt# syr
. n ano**try of molasses, and
.r the land the gay it roups
t tiling, and wcixler If -He
of modern oonfectfnnorv
h dtliy as tha dark-onlr-rcd
me up from the sugar pUr
•tisiana. And how suggestive
—the monarch of all
Mpdtme-t th rue on earth—a
held. Sown befotro winter an 1
tr.e snows its a Chrtsdan bv
rrow. and waving Its green tn
-(.ring, and then under ripening
i of sun and shower preparl -,g
. tot . etnooewed with gold, to the
~ ome ami get bread and led
e hunger. Mlnnes • a wi.e.t
4 , . . a wheat fields. Illinois wheat
ater wheat fields, I-ona 1e1,4
,4 „ . fields. A planet slrdled and
.'d loroneterl with wheat fields
in Imagination the pil'd up
out thought <if the orrhatd
, m. when we used to shake th'
... r them and crunch enough in one
... n t.> bring Into use all our mo h
kill I ♦fore morning? Ap
d to be the kind of fr.lt
, . n Eden's forbidden tr e. b -
, . f the umptation we all felt B
to steal api>les. But boya should
,pp,es. An appat So omon's fa.-
. (or with the fruits of all ion
• . bts conservatory, he eriel Out.
• .tr,; -rt me with apples." And there Is
u it satirised pumpkins, robed In
r , t o day dawn, with great round
i th' aldermen among vage
.. : i that they ore as tall when
. r. as when they stand up.
i ad Near Eng.at.d do without the
1 chef of queenly plea and pi
the ia.-i century of thauiksg.ving?
And r.ow clear out of the old channel'
i.Uonal Thiinksgl . Ing. I cad to
: t. t -thing you may have forgott- n
, r thought of Among th
, l>e grateful for are our
i b e sings Have you ever
God for good parents? But for
c we got. we would have prob
i in poorhouse or penitentiary,
the crade and I will make a
of everything clear on to <*>*
\V ~t a glorious rare of old folks
who passed on In the last genera-
Ijlk about vour doctors, adopath
i .eopath, . h>droi>athl>- ar.d eclectic.
■ p in it'd of them, but was there
• i tier do tor than your old-fash
- tititrv mother? What boneset tea
. .11 ..lit colds’ What catnip to soothe
and -r.ee>' What herns for the
, * .f distempers! What hot pil
. t-witha tdng lace until the village
. ,:!*.\e up the lane, and with one
the terrific turnkey took out the
leaving you under the impression
. 1 ; ..ncep t.ad g-'"e
n-, like v.,nr 0,.l
r <r t-- p lilce without hurling a run
r,.| • ger, or make a hell stop boll-
Voi. Bere not H*hamd to let her
v. u .-ry. though you were so big the
mud have called you a cry-baby.
-i responsibility of the medical
' r , onfertlng degrees, and I doc
a. that generation of mothers
on them M. D.—Maternal I>oe
v,'. Id that we could have treated
. well as they treated us! for. p*T
- might have kept them with us.
lay nt our Thanksgiving table
i vanished fates might have beamed
v. is among ihe home group, and we
,ave taken from them
• more bleating before their
nurture. Some say they would not
a- parted to this poor world
• i If they could; but I would lie wlll
<•' r.-k It. and if 1 could bring bock
ir dmlr.g ball the two old folka to-
I Bond put them one at each end
r tahia. and you and your wife
afford to stand and wall on them
e celestial visitors tarried In your
But I must quit this, for It
y iv, s with something that makes
ult to write these reminiscences.
. race of ok! folks! Have placed
ou can seo them their staff, their
• .es, their Bible, and thank Uol
ir manhood and your womanhood
h advantageous launching.
ri - now for Thanksgiving pur
(r..m hleseinga hereditary to blees
-•.ih.ric. Have you bethought
• f th,- (act that Ihe moat of the
of the human race are In climates
forrld or horrid? Take up the
■ f the world and thank God that you
> far off from arctic Icebergs-wn the
and Ihe five-foot iong cobrss on
l ot what multitudes of the hu
i ife la an arctic expedition I'n
l nuts. Nine months of winter
■ ireable barrenness Life a pro-
Ivt-r Our front door steps on
• night genial compared to their
Ak some Arctic explorers about
ir|e Of life around the North
‘ i 'tend of killing so many brave
-tr polar expedition*, we had
•HU messenger* to persuade those
' of polar < limes to say good
-1 ■ • < rna! snows and abandon
i rn* of ,arth to the wa.ru* and
ir, and shut up those gates of
u.d ;me down Into u realm where
■ tmomeicr seldom drops below
must life be at Nova EemMn,
i'h freeling on the beard? Oh.
'!■ of Baffin's Hay—only eix
1 star open What a delight-
hen they mlik their cows and
' :nt but l>e cream! Lt all those
'"imelves itvk between thirty
of north latitude, thank
’ I -jv sympathy for the va*l pop
f the hemispheres who freexe
n sixty and eighty degreei of latl*
• s • a • •
"Hare our atmosphere with the
" Infested with reptilian and
te m which moat of the human
f e Think of Cochin-China, and
and India Travelers tell you of
! Cl* orange groves, but ask them
- centipedes They tall of the
• forests, but ask them about
h utes-s They tell you of the rich
o' the birds, but ask them about
dor!as They tell you of the fine
ask them about the Bedouin*.
- vou of the -road plane*, hut
m "tout the midnight* with ther
’ ®* n Insufferable 110. Vast
the torrid e.lme without s*wer
; without cleansing; crowded and
> end idled up wretchedness, and all
for infants and Children.
Thv Kind You Unto Always nought lius borne tlm sijjna
turo of Chas. 11. Fletfhitr, anti has ben matin under his
personal supervision for over HO years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
health of Children—Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
y* Bears tne Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
mu——■ ii ■ ‘ ■■■■
dia.-omfort What beautiful hyn,
Wnat fascinating scorpions! What p..-a
urn bio ;aranml! What captivating h
nrd*’ What wealth of hugs! What at
opportunity to study anatomy and hrp>
lology! What a Chunco to kk Into the
open countenance of th* pl-n.tng ertvo.
,llle! Hundrpla of million* In such sur
roundings I would rather live In a house
with two rooms in these rs
glons that to live in the
torrid lands snd own all Mexico,
*1 Bm*i!. all Hindustan all AraMa and
all China: In oher nord*. i woul-l ratmr
ive between thirty and fifty ring ees of
latitude and own nothing than to live,
bet >*n ten and tw-epty degree, of lail
tude and own everything Forty yea-* of
life here are worth more than e ghtv
yeata of life anywhere else You have
here the furs of the arctic and the fruit*
of the torrid, withal: the plea.ur.ihe
reeplnatlon of the temperate o.*l stirs
to say, "Come down, north wind with ,
tonic, and come up. south wind, with a
bodm. and mix a healthful draught 'or
the lungs of this American nation ft ns
aid doughiers of the temperate ton .
thank God for your surroontings f‘. r
multitudes of people It B-a> a dt aster that
they were born at all. In fiction a .tory
is told of one Pantagruel. who <ame Into
the world accompan!**! by e:hty-one s I
-of salt, each lew 'lr.g a tnnle by a
halter; nine dromedaries laden with ram
ami smoked tongue; seven camels lad -n
with eels; beside- twenty-five wag.ms full
of leeks, garlics and on Ins Only t ink
of on* arriving In this workl under a ch
embarrassing clrcum-tanoee. But that
fiction la only suggestive of r<al pe pi.-
that you and I have known, who seem to
have bean overweighted from their start
In life as by their saubbamnes* lea dng
forth quite a* many rtviles. by the r un
certainty of aotlon quite as many eels, by
their offensivenees quite as many garlic*
by their cloudy utterance* quite as much
smoked tongue. In this Thanksglv n
wceg not only praise God for the bias
ings bestowed, but for dt.*poit;on* capa
ble of appreciating them.
T. Be Witt Talmage.
101 THKRM AM) PEVNWTfI/V IM4.
Reported That latter May keonrr
Former l atter leasr.
The Southern Railway, with It*
miles of road. 1* a key to the railway
situation In the South and It I* reported
lh* the Pennsylvania Railroad has under
consideration an agreement or plan to se
cure control under a long-term lease. The
movement to bring under two central
heads the working operation of the great
llr.es east of the Mlasl>sl|ipl river seems
In a fair way of accomplishment Th#
deal Is on the board*
President damuel Spencer of the South
ern Railway, on bis return from the In
spection tour of Pennsylvania ofll iai*.
said while at Salisbury, N. Saturday
night, that he was nog a wore of any con
solidation of th* Southern and Pennsyl
vania, but he did not talk about a pros
pective lease of the road nor of the pros
pective control that Pennsylvania had In
view by securing th* stock The move
ment gained publicity too early.
AXXOnriMI III.* GOVTHOI,.
Circular Relative to Mr. Pleasants
lamed by O. * . V Cos.
The circular announcing that Mr W H
Pleasants, genera! freight and pase'-nyr
agent of the Ocean B -sm-hlp Compiny,
assumes control of the traffic of the com
pany on Bee. 1 was Issued yesterday fern
the office of Protdcnt John M Egan Th -
circular will be sent to all the connecting
lines and others Interested.
Mr Pleasants has gone to New York •*
hav# moat of th* others who go to as
sume or continue connection with th“
Steamship Company In that city. Mr W
P I.evl*. who was chief elerk In the oftl e
of the assistant general freight axent of
the Georgia and Alabama. Mr C. B.
Kealhofer, assistant chief rat clerk of
the Steamship Company In Kavanmh Mr
Courteney and Mr. Richardson, boih of
Jacksonville, have gone, and Mr E O.
Watkins, chief rate clerk leaves to-day.
Mr. Watkins has beer. In Savannah right
years, and hi* many friends here wl 1 be
sorry to lose him.
A body ofgflf" c..lore I ! i**.r*t • lef: via
the Fe e: >rl Air I.ir-o yesterday for
Jacksonville where they go to work on
the Clyde Line docks.
ITesldent John M. Egan of th* Central
Ral.road Is In New- York on a bu!nea
FOR A CIRLAin OF FISH.
Florida Commissioner Sought to Ar
mour Tran* porta t lon.
Fish Commissioner John Y*. Belwller cf
Florida was In the city yesterday. His
visit was for a consultation with the au
thorllles of the Beabrnrd Air Ure relative
to the trunsporiatlor. of young !l>h (rmn
Washington to Florida, where they are to
be released In Ihe lake# and streams
Commissioner George M Bower* f the
United State* Kish and Fisheiie- Hoari
has notified Mr. Betwller that Florida can
have one or two carload* of “(ry" s ad.
the sdze that are turned Into stream- for
the propagation of the *,cle. The only
stipulation of the offer • that trsnspo
it I ion be furnished. The Seaboard n*d
already agreed to handle one of the car*
from Washington to JackeoovUle. and
Mr. Detwiler wanted It to consent to han
Effort has been made by Mr Betwller
to secure new *p*c|e# of fre*h water fish
for Florida, but he has thus far been un
succeeaful Inquiry of a hatchery ellct and
the Information that ft had no fish suit
able for Florida waters save the black
bass and goggle-eyed perch that are al
ready found In abundance. The commis
sioner. however, will not be dete-red by
this mfotmatioti, but will continue his
Ten Days of Revivals.
A ten days' series of revival service*
will be begun at the Lawton Memorial
Rummy. Rev. W. A. Nlabet. the pssto-.
will preach the Sunday eervloe* while the
other service* will tw conducted by Rev
J. H Patton of Marietta, who will reach
Savannah on Monday
THF MOWNING NEWS: THUKBDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 100a
\ VICTORY ON THE GRIDIRON.
WILL RR FOl.fiHT Frill Tri-DAV BY
.1 ACK'riXVILLK l\n R4VARRAH.
.lacksout life Tram to Arrive Thl*
Vlornlng, and the tinme to He ('ail
ed at Itil-V rii lock—>lck*onvtlle
Has an luhrokru List of Vlctorle*
for the Present Season—The Sale of
Tickets tor the (ism* Hu* Been
latrge, nut! With Good Weather it
Kxeeptlonul Vt tendance I* f .spcel
#l—The Ltne-l'p, and the Color* of
That the Bolton Street Park will be
crowded with large and brilliant array
of rooters this afternoon when the Sa
vannah and Jacksonville elevent* fare
each other on the gridiron 1* assured by
the already large sale of tickets,
Thla Is not lh first meeting of teams
representing theme cities, and In every
case the match has proved an exciting
evens. Although some time has elapsed
tine* the last game, when nel-her side
was able to score. It has only caused In
oreased Interest in to-day’# game. Jnok-
Mwnille, having defea’ed every eleven
she lias played thl* *■ a-on and without
bring f ored again*;. Is especially anxious
to adl Savannah’s s<alp to her belt of
trophp* and thua retain her clean record.
The Savannah boys are confident, how
ever. of br, ak.iig Ihelr opponent#’ winning
streak as they have been putting In some
bard practices, and under the skillful
couching of Mr Gordon Saussy have made
wonderful stride* towards perfection of
team work Both team* are In tolendld
physical condition, and are made up of
the best foottvail material of th* two
Th* Jacks nvllle team, with a crowd of
rooters and Its little mascot. Bill arrive
this morning, and will he taken In charge
bv the loc and te im. The game will he call*,]
at 3:45 o'clock. Inst'sd of I o’clock, as ad
vertised, In order to Insure the completion
of both halves before dark
The line up of nan fer the first half
nnd their weights sre:
Hicks, m c Fra zee.
Jones. l?o r. g —.' Bowden.lSO
Brown. ITS I g Leeman, 15
Johnson. Itl .......I. t Allen, ITS
Wtsnesky. 15$ r. t Jones.l7s ;
Bmlth. Mote. ISS .1. e (Headman, 154 ,
Mclntyre. 140 .. r. e Bavin. 137
Gordon. lf>< . quarter Huau. 135
Sullivan, J . 140 . ..r. h Vlnzant, 141
Sullivan. 8.. 143 I h. .. Tipping. IBS
duTtlgnon, 141 f. 1, Moteley, 147
Minohen. Lawton. Gf>rrton, Ronan. G. j
Smith. Lowtnsteln. Hull an.i Krcnson will
also he placed In the game In case they
are needed. Much credit Is due Manager
Jones of Jacksonville for hie strenuous ef
fort* In arranging this game
The game will he refereed bv James
F. Evans, and umpired by A. C. Common
The colors of the Savannah lem ara
white and navy blue, and thoan of Jack
sonville orange and purple. Savannah a
colors are sure to be largely In evidence
fat-lies will be admitted to the grand
stand without charge.
S. 4 WTO Si CADETS V*. HIGH SCHOOL.
A Gome of Fontbnll to Be Played hy
Them Thl* Morning.
The football teams of the High Bohool
and the Lawton Cadets nil! play a gam*
this morning at 10:30 o'clock at th# Bolton
Street Park Both team* have been prac
ticing for some time and will play a hard
and scientific game. The colors of the
opposing teams are. High School, blue and
nblie, and Law-tons, blue and red. and the
fr.er.d* of ihe teams are expected and re
quested to weal the color*
The line-up of the teams will he:
High School. Lawton*
Monneiy Center Robertson. F
HarteMge, E M. Right guard Flood
Hartlidge, A L. Left guard Kleffer
Sullivan Right a kie Breese
King Left tackle.... Tison
Johnson Right end Rythewood
Col!i(M Left cml Robertson, O
Bell Ouvrter hack Riley
Adams ... Lefi half-lack Strong
Care I las ...Right half-back Raskin
Kehoe Full back Ross
Mr. Ban B Hull will set a* umpire an I
referee. Th# gam* will start promptly at
the appointed time and doubtless will be
WILL KEEP THE COURT W$T.
Criminal Caaea In Snperlor Likely
to Consume Host of December.
It is pro!able that the month of Becctn
ber will be almost entirely taken up In
the Superior Court In the trial of criming]
case* Already case* have been a*, ign.nl
for trial up to Dec. 12 and these embrace
only those In which Indictments ware
found by the last grand Jury
The grand Jury of th* December term
e'.H probably tm-et Monday, after it has
tieen charg'd by Judge Failigant. ar.d
(here are a number of cases which await
Its cons deration and In which URL: imerit#
will probably be returned. These arc like,
ly to consume the time of the court for
th* remainder of the month.
Monday will be taken up largely in the
trial snd decision of case* of divorce and
alimony, of whloh tbote are a large num
ber on the docket It seldom nappene that
ther* I* any opposition In these cases, the
defendant being about as willing to have
the marital bonds severed s# is (he plain
riff. and they are tried, and one meta
morphosed into two. ’with nearness, co
ler-ty and dispatch."
On Tuesday the case of (he negro Bam
Rlmmcns. alias Bsrnss. who has bean 'n
dteted for the murder of John Wollender.
a sailor, ha* been assigned for trial.
Barnes or Bimmona. whichever I* hla real
name, shot an I kllbd the sailor In Tam
craw. as a result of a disagreement with
his victim as to the amount of comp n
>stton he should receive for ptlotlrg a ,
uar’y about am ng ihe dives of that de
iactable portion of th# city. Tne evidence j
against the defendant, due possibly to ,
the fact that the witnesses were all Uta
•omewlai muddlrd ctmtltl n cn ihe i tgh
| of t •* htmlcklr, is doidnl-v c nil t r.g
and on this account It may be difficult t
| e#< ur# * conviction.
Wednesday has besn sslecteti *> the d*>
upon which J B Hlroch Bill tie tried
Hirecii was Indicted by the laet grand
Jury. In connection or at the same time
with a number of others for th# offense
of maintaining and conducting a polio
lottery. Hr wa# captured in one of the
raids mode, under the dire lion of (hr
grand Jury, by the sheriff and hi* depu
ties When Fukon and Henderson were
sen; to jail by Judge Failigant, Htrsch
disappeared and haa only recently return
ed to the city.
Thursday will be devoted m large part
to the trial of Edward Gardner and Josh
Butler These men have been 11. di.ted
by the grand Jury as occosones after the
j fact to the murder of Mot or nun Lucius
B Varnodoo. by Seaborn Hay>. Gard
ner re eived th> negro murderer and con
oea.ed him ai his rooms on the right of
the crime’* commission and kept him von
rented during the nv. Ut tne Mloalny
night Hay* made his way to the home
of Butler, on th. ogeechei roa-l. where
h- was kept In hiding until hit when
about* were discovered and hi* arrest ef
These are the principal and more !n
--tercsilng of the criminal .-• rl h hae
been assigned for trial Ver\ many olh
ers. posilldv two dozen ii. all, have been
assigned for various days during the week
AT THE 1 HEATER.
Seshronke nnd III* People Slade a
lilt Id -The Rounder*."
Probably the best house of the season
saw Thomas Q. baabrooke in the New
3’wk Casino success "The Rounders" last
night. The opera Is somewhat different
from mow of the Casino production*, in
that Ihn scene of the piece u> laid in
France, while m past reviews the pieces
have alw-aya had New York and Its vi
cinity as a background. However, the
characters all smacked of Broadway and
the Tenderlngn ond everything about the
piece had a touch of the Casino
Mr Beahrook* is one of the cl*veto
fiinnleet and le#t comedian* In comic
opera and he has a gieat part as Magtn
nis Pasha, the "Irish Turk " with a pen
chant for pretty women. Hl* atwlc* w.-r-
Inimitable am] his gagr set th* house In
roars, and even put she show pevH’le to
laughing in the hist act h had Mis-
Lowrle giggi ng so that It l<g>kel for a
vhlle like the performance might break
up. Hts Imitation of a jag was ve:y clever
and hi* "I My Be Wrong." which nought
on ao In New York, wa* a happy hit
Mr. Mandevllie zs the Buke Du Paly 1*
Clam was extremely good atsl hie song,
Same rld Story, N> thing New." was en
csvsed fully half a doaeu times ao goo I
did the audience find M Mr Terri* was a
capable Marquis, and Mr Bernard as the
leader ft the band w is splendid
Miss Jeannette Lowrte and Ml** Perry
dlvldsd the honors among the ladles Mis*
Lowrle Is a delightfully pretty and dash
ing bit of femininity, and Miss Perry e*
Priscilla cared for her part to perfection.
Mis* WaUzlnger and Miss Carlyle are also
deserving of mention
The music of the piece l of Ihe catchy
sort that will be heard whlstied on the
streets for the next tew weeks and the
gags will be sprung for some time to com#
Altogether the show Is a very amusing
and entertaining piece
Th* rule which Manager Weis announc
ed last week that no one would be seated
during the action of a pie.* was not lived
up lo and the r-will was a great deal of
confusion, a* a great part of the audience
wa* late, and thoee who cam* early had
to suffer the annoyance caused by the
seating of persons during aimoet th# en
tire first act.
M. B Leavitt’s "The Spider ami the
Fly" will be the attraction to-morro.v.
Saturday matinee and night It
might aptly be called an operatic
extravaganza a* the music J* of an or
dqr. Interpreted hy artists of oj-eratlc
reputation, headed by Mias Florence Wol
cott, whoa* mezzo soprano has de lghtel
so many music, lovers. Mlts Marzuortte
Mayfield, the drama’l contralto. *<* or
the Ca#tl* Bquare Opera Company. New
Y'ork, and others well known In the mu
sical world. The chorus ha* tieen espec
ially well trained an I the concerted num
ber* are particularly well rendered.
The Klimt-Hearn Company will be seen
In two performance* of The Fatal Card”
to-day matinee and (right The company
is not a atranger u iiavannah, having
played here before so pleased audiences.
Last season It- engagement her# was a
very successful one. The company has
been playing In Charleston to large audi
ences. It gave way to "The Rounders"
to-night, and will return there to-morrow
Th# News and Courier ays of Tuesday
night’s performance* tn Charleston: “The
theater was tilled to the doors and the
audience frequently gave evidence of ap
proval by applause. The moving picture*.
Illustrated songs and other speclalth*
were all good and thoroughly appre
ciated." There l every assurance that
the company will have large audience*
WHISKY AM) MORPHINE.
Liquor and the Drag Ceased the
Death of Allen F. Owen.
Allen F Owen died yesterday morning
at 6 o'clock a. the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs F. F Owen. No. 229 Gor
don street, east. His death was due to
an excessive use of whisky and morphine.
It la not known whether he took the drug
with suicidal intent, nor Is It known un
der Jus* what circumstance* It wa* tak
en. Where and when It was administered
and whether by himself or some other
are mysteries that have not been solved
Owen showed up night before last he.
tween 7 and $ o'clock at the house of
Mamie Winters on Wayne street,
west. ar.d hi* condition then, apparently,
was that of a drunken man The women
In the houoe said that he hed been ac
.-•uaiomed to the exceaslv# Induigenee In
whisky of late that wa* apfriirent when he
arrived, and for this reason they were not
especially observant of his actions He
talked for a few moment* as a drunken
man might and then retired to a room
of which he was ihe sol occupant. In
tending 4o sleep off the effect# of the drug
Before retiring lo the room Owen re
marked to one of the women ihst he had
just had "four shots of morphine." mean
ing that four hypodermic Injections had
been given him. They attached no Im
portance to this believing it to be no
more than the Idle vaporing* of a drunken
map. but three or four hour* later they
were told by another man who had en
tered the room where Owen lay that he
wa* purple in th* face and evidently
about to die.
Th# women repaired to thg room and
did all they could for Owen, bathing hla
face In cold water, trying to make him
etlr himself and putting his feet Into a
basin of hot wrater. Their efforts were
Tried Friends Best.
For thirty years Tutt's Pills have
proven a blessing to the invalid.
Are truly the sick man’s friend.
A Known Fact
For bilious headache, dyspepsia
sour stomach, malaria,constipa
tion and all kindred diseases.
TUTT’S Liver PILLS
AN ABSOLUTE CURE.
No. 322 iycamore it, Evamvilli. Ind , AUrth 2*. 1000
Wirw of Cardul hat dont me a world t>( good I have been afflicted ten year* with irregular and painful men
itruation My monthly period) would come on with great pain snd I had to It* down to be at eat. I had heart
and nervous trouble. I Have taken Wine of Cardul and ThedfordT Hl*.k.Draught and find them to be the betf
medicine) women can lake (or >ch trouble). My period tame on last month without a pain or an ache and waa
nearer the right time than it had haen lor many year*. Tht Wine aUo helped my heert and nervoui trouble which
I had had lor five yean. I have been treated by many of th* hett physician) In Cvanivtllr and had paid out hun
dreds of dollars without anv relief I will advise any tufftring woman not to go lu doctors for surh troubles as I
have had but to get Mine of Cardul at once and take II There Ii no use suffering I have tried il and know what
II will do. Mrs L L. LINDSAY.
What a itory Mr. Lmdaay might toll of long dayi and nights of torturr, home in iilentr and in
tccret! Month after month tht endured th dntreue* of diaordered memtruation and pa and doctor*
fees for the relief they never gave her. It Bno wonder that thouaandi of women are being driven
into inline asylum* and early graves by (he suffering they endure. Mrs. Lindsay's letter shows how
unnecessary such suffering is wiien Wine of Cardul is at hand. It is a rtmedy which meets the need of
every auffering woman. It makes menstruation natural and painless. By it the ligaments which hold
the womb in place are strengthened and Invigorated. The terrible pains in the head. neck, shoul
ders. back and legs, the common "dull feeling" and the sensation of exhaustion are banished by Wine
of Cardui. This simple remedy is a bltssing to any woman, curing her in the privacy of her home,
permanently and quickly. No ont but the patient need know of it. All druggists sell SI.OO bottles.
For ftrivirc in <•••• requiring roorl*} directions sddroes. giving symptoms, "The Lading'
Advisor? department." The rhattaaoof* Medicine t'ompao?. Chattaaoogn. Tenn
unavailing though thev worked upon him
for several hours Finally It vvaa Sig
gesn.t that some qrie v th# vming
mans home and tr.'orm hi# f.ilher of his
I con.utton. Thlr ( vH-ne. an t the lather
burned to the |.ia< ♦. w.ilb a krotiwi went
to the ..(?!<■* of Br. M L Currie and con -
ducted him to the house where Owen lav
This was at about 4 o'clock I)r. Currie
found the young man aunost dead when
he a rived, tbare being nothing more than
a fid tor of Ihe beau to Indicate Ilf#
Given was put In u Im k and driven to
hi* home There l'r. M X Corbin also
saw him. but he arc! l>r Currie wore tin.
able to save hie life ttwaigh they mad
strenuous effort# The usual sirong stimu
lants end meriu-ri* wore emp oved, but ih*
trug, telnfontel by the whisky. I tad been
al work too long liefore the physician >
were . ailed In.
Owen wa* a ivamter bv trade and fo- -
marly did a gtvod deni of interior decor.
t’.-n lie sx Im ApaclttMel by an open
lion he urdir*nt #■ >tnc time ago. how
ever. and i> done no work of any c. n
"v-quer.oe sin. e When the Ravarnah Ca
h"S left f* r s. evict- In the Firs: Grtvrg a
Infantry during the t-panish war. Owen
e Hand He mud* .■ * and soldier, one cf
the ulll erw of the company SA.d yes ter
■ lav. t 1 waa often eelected es orderly.
Afi*r tho mus'er out of th# First Ge r-
K.a. Owen, .wt'h <aher .Savannah men,
J Itnd the Fourth Virgin!*, wtth which
h> went lo Cuba While on a march In
Cub.i he sustained on Injury In the aide
and never recovered from It# effect* It
was on account of this .njury that he had
to undergo an operation In one of the
LEFT TO FLAY GOLF.
Vsvsnnsii Kti f b uatasta off for n
tiatrli W illi Darien To-day.
Bavannah golfers left !at night al-oe.r 1
the tug Jacob I'aulsen for Barlen where
they will play match game to-day. The
riivammh team Is '-ompo-ed of Capt
Henry Blun, Jr , Mr. C. W. Bausey, Mr
Bieln Bryan, Mr Notde Hard-e n nd Mr
VV J L’Engle. A number licetdea the
team went to see the game.
A vt. tory for the liavannahlans woo’d
:he rather surprising In face It would
surprise the Savannah team. The Darien
player* defeated the Bav annahtan* Juwt
a few weeks ago. enl praotloally the
same teams will be opposed to each other
KUi at .it iv' t iHcr*.
Will Give Two l'ertormnnees To-day,
Hells St Gray's rlr us will give two 4>er
formances In tAnvannah to-day at the
rlreu* grounds at Bolton and Ear* Broad
street*, one afternoon performance at 2:30
o'clock and a night performance at $
o'clock. The show will arrive this morn-
Ir.g from Jacksonville A free street pa
rade. with bands, elaborately decorated
i cages, den*, tablenus, chariots an<t strlk
! lug noveltle# ut 107*' o'clock.
parties desiring to purchasn tickets
I other than the show ground# can do #o
by calling at Gardner's gentlemen's fur
nishing store, comer of Broughton and
Hull street*, where a down-town ticket
seller will be stationed on snd after 9 a. m
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Engrftvintc nam* W card*—7so
Enffnvtnff name plft* 10> curds 1100
Printing card* from your own *dai*. .3fco
Printing 100 caiiift from your owti plate.f&o
THE BEE HIVE,
3. Nt 111 TZ,
Sl. Julian ar.d Whitaker street*.
Wood Mosaic Co.’s
Have been laid in many of Ih# com
fortable homes in New York, Boston and
other cities More cleanly and #connmc*l
than carpet* Plain and fancy floors laid
and pollahed oomplct# over old floor*,
making solid and beautiful Improve
Having a number of floor* to lay In Sa
vannah this mrwidt we can quote close
figure*. Oa'aiegiie and eatlmaie* may be
had by addre*lng J M ADAMS,
Box 242 Savannah, or 227 N. Charloa
J. D. WEED ft CO
gx VANS AM, 4) A.
Leather Bellini?. Steam Packing 4 Hose
A gaol* lot NEW kOAUt Ml! iUtk.it
HALTING ANLi PACKING COMPANY.
JOHN G. BUTLER,
Palm*, Oils and Glaa. Saab. Boom
Bllr-de and liulidtrs' Suinr.cs, PLIn and
Decorative Wui* Paper. For* Ign a..4 Do
mestic Cement*. Llmt. Plaster and Hair.
Bole Agent for Abeatlne Cold Water Paint.
31 Con gre a* street wot, and U St Julian
STOPPED THE COUGH.
Prather's Tar and Cherry Coujh
DONNELLY DRUG CO.
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> to do the best work in all branches of printing. Its plant
y is modern and I# operated by skilled people . . .
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Useful : Articles
Is Composed Partly of the Following:
PORTIERES FOH FOLDING DOORS.
HOT STUFF STOVES.
INLAID LINOLEUMS AND STRAW MATTINf*
READS ODORLESS REFRIGERATORS.
UPHOLSTERY OOODB AND LACE CURTAINS.
BUCK’S STOVES AND RANGES.
AXMINBTER AND VELVET CARPETS
IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS.
SHADES TO ORDER A SPECIALTY.
LEATHER LOUNGES AND ROCKERS.
VESTIBULE LACK AND LACK PANELS.
IMPERIAL BABY JUMPER.
MANTEL SCARPS AND CHINA SILK
PEDESTALS AND LADIES’ DESKS.
< COUCH AND TABLE COVERS.
K K R()SEN K 01L 11E ATE RS.
WILTON AND SMYRNA RUGS, ALL SIZES.
COMBINATION BOOK CASKS.
Theae ar* only ■ fw of tha thin** we have. Wa have Jul what you want,
an t the quality an<l th price ta alwaya right
Our Motto. "Not How Cheap, but How Good." le carried out all through the
We want to aell for CASH, but If you have not got all the caah. aiul your raf
•rencaa are right, your credit will be good for the balance.
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McDOKOUGH BALLANTYNE, W
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