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\,..i have acoompUvhad, read any iceiu
~t - record of hi* achievement* So hot
. tn the Church of Kng.aud were too
, . for aim. Had he been mi ambith*)*
~ or a selfish man. ecolesl.istic prefer
,nr of the blfhfii dignity could easily
i 4 >. been NCUfnl by nl great lutell *ct
unconquerable will. Put he car and
% for human honor* To use again
lv iiage of M i'Malty, "lie devoted i.l
i . pn*rr* lii defiance of obloquy and
, l-i n to what he sincerely ©onshleted
• IHgfceat good of hie MptdM." T?d* is
t literal truth of a great e .ioiat and
i, great man capable of great possibilities
A ,,idly achlevametit*. of wlumi Mn iii
,,v rf )io ©ay* (and Mu* k.e the skeptical
o of ;he "History *f Civilisation in
. d.” think* the estimate “hardly
xaggciwtlon' >. that hi* ”g©niu* for
,rri.merit was not Inferior to that of
♦ llni.’' When ouch : man devote* hi#
.*m life with unflagging seal
djlty to Che good of other* "in the
ie th of clenched tnttKonltm*." despite
H _ -**. trtion, abu*e, derision and contempt,
o'n-ij misunderstood und unappre* latod.
~ 11 by his friend*. It I* no wonder that
♦ gnat and g*Rd of a!l churches row
,• him one of the most exalted piae#
if tne nnnals f tun*. and such reverent
, ,u|* as the Church of England Dr.
I, .vih. the Bishop of London,
w • contemplating his career, "Mr
V■*. • * may I he found ut your feet In
n 'l.4ner world!"
i;t cvlohorer* were many of them,
naghty men. great In learning, in Intellect
i iti character. In calling your atten
ton briefly to them. 1 can bent employ
• nguage of a celebrated Kngliwhtnan:
Methodism wa cradled in the rectory nt
l vorlh and rocked by the hands of Bu
ii !* Wealey*; *nd it* early youth whs
i ,;turel In tile I'lSMlc hali* of Oxford.
. t> Wesley. Charles Wesley, George
W Itefieid. Wir.lam Morgan. Jam* Iler
\**\ iiiml her scholar* lit Oxford were It*
earliest prof*sors It afterward numb-r
--♦ 1 imong It* followers John Fie#, her.
Adaro < larke. Joseph Beneon. 111. hard
Watson and Thom*# Coke And who are
theae? John Wesley, fellow of Lincoln
ullage, presbyter of the Church of Eng
iand—the eminent scholar, profound lo-
K an. with talents for organization an I
government, tha# would have <iu.illflc<l
hsm. had he been born a prince, to be
* greatest monan li that ever *at or. the
throne of Alfred—to plan and develop the
* N* n, and to orguntze and direct It •
f re**. Charles Wesley whom Dean
Stanley call* ‘sweet pgalmlst of the
Mjr *!i of those days." but w hom we call
r ♦- weetest winger In Israel since David.
I •Tael's great lyric poet. swept the cords
i.f his tuneful harp—to write It* songs;
Georg© WhitehekV the greatest pulpit *r
. '-*r. living or dead—to preach it to the
multitude; John Fltlchrr of Made ley,
prit * of polam lets—with wit welld©mi*er
e i and keen ah a blade of Saladin. and
with logic ponderous and crushing a*
snare wielded by arm of Coaur de Is-on.
but with heart a* fender and loving an a
woman’s to rlefend Its doctrines; Adam
i *1 irke. the great ©ncyvlopedlc and Orien
tal scholar of his day. and the learned
II hard Benson—to write Its com tne n
•it lew; Richard Warson, who ‘soared.’
e.itl the great Robert Hall. "Into regions
of thought where no genius but his own
n penettnte,’ and who wan ‘the only
e#t*mlz r.* said lir. Alexander of
Princeton, ‘who in theology apprai hel
i*. eminence of Turret In. or reasoned like
Pal*v. and descanted like Hall’—to write
I** Institutes of Theology; and Thomas
Cok* of Jesus College. oxford, dot*tor of
♦ :Ml laws, and the father of modern m!s
--t ut -to carry Methodism ‘lnto the re
gfnti* beyond." Much were the authors
and illustrators of Wesleyan Methodism.
M * I may It challenge the churches to
present h greater array of various and pe
What did Methodism do for Bn gland
; rditicnlly? I fully share the belief of
many thoughtful men that the preaching
f John Wesley and his successor* saved
Kngland from the horrors of the French
revolution. Th© times were* ripe for revo
lution. Corruption m church and state
was deep widespread and hopeless. All
authority was fast becoming contemptible.
Infidelity permeate*! and saturated all
rank** and conditions of society. It had
b-.*ome rampant and derisive It had be.
come unfashionable to believe. Scholar*
generally, and many who affected scholar
ship, held anything like an orthodox be
lief In contempi. The clergy of the es
tablishment, with some notable and
hU rlous exceptions. were Irreligious
trtflers. knowing nothing of experimental
faith, did not rise above cold and mean
!r . !• ss moral essays; did not understand
or profess a single doctrine of vital and
v i\lng faith, and many of them would
1 uigh in private at the doctrines which
they sometimes perfunctorily preached In
public. At this critical time, when the
wholesome, conserving and conservative
do. trines of Wesleyan Methodism were
I reached, society was Just over the
crater of a vuloano and the danger of a
horrible explosion was imminent. Strong
testimony from high and non-Methodhrtlc
s.airces can be adduced to establish mv
proposition. All historians now agree
with Macaulay in consigning o merited
contempt tho*e books called Histories of
Kngland. under the reign of George 11..
in which due Importance is not given to
the rise and Influence of Methodism. Mr
J. the author of "Ennland In the
Eighteenth Century," himself a skeptic,
with no sympathy with the Methodist
church or It* doctrines, gives a "promi
nent pines" to the Methodist movement
among the causes which saved Kngland
ftem the m.ielstrom which engulfed
The Rnglish Church and Kngllsh so
• ' \ were large debtor* to these Metho
•' *1 preacher* who then excited only lh©!r
contempt. It 1? difficult now to tinder
** nd the prevalence and magnitude of
•he corruption of that unhappy time
w b#*n the spirit of God aroused Wesley
and bis followers to earnest and uncom
pramlsing denunclatloiui of vice and crime
and solemn warnings of the wrath of
f ; In he langtnge of another: "Among
poor and rich drunkenness was nearly
universal, nearly everybody sold gin, till
i v#rnment Imposed a heavy license cm
!* sale and then numbers of men lived
bv turning Informers. Kverywhore men
* 1 their votes Just as they would sell
•gir* rr shoes Ptibl'c Immorality w r
* tying scandal anl Walpole declared that
• n enemy In the field might buy the
•untry, an 1 that every member of the
Ifoi*-.. of Commons, had his price. T*rl
' te hfc was fouled at Its fountains and
• ' tipper eiasse* w< re specially diatln
gul*b 1 for their llcentiotisness. the rc
-1 i‘on of the de*|ls of which modern
t i re does m>t |ernvM. Things of
or of pride were so Inverted that fashfon
flble gentlemen hlushed crimson when a•-
eused of purity. • • • AHORffhrr
f lal tncrnllty stank Ike . ce*-
l*o. *1 and those sunk deepest In the
•na** of Impurity were the people
J .Mt Wesley ret himself to regenciate.”
It• formed (lie t htireli.
The Kngllsh C'hurch was dying of the
dr> rot A care'esr. worldly, dram-drink
' ~ gnmlng clergy furnlshnl o break
water to the fearful tide of Infidelity and
Immorality, but on the contrary acceller
••e.i |t M fearful progress. * The simple
1 th then Is that the Kngllsh government,
! • society and Its churche*. are more In
•b *:e#i to John Wesley than to any other
n ‘ n of his or the succeeding century A#r
Kngdsliman and as men he and his hroth-
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The Kind You Have Always Bough!
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HHm gOMmiH \v/ / jess.**—
IV/ MBjgMM j I
err well deserved the place given them
• t Westminster Abbey .mong England’s
honored ded, and the eulogies pronounc
ed at the unveiling of their monument by
lenn Stanley and other distinguished
What hn** Methodism .lone for America?
1 venture to say that If the whole truth
COUld l* learned uul stated ;h to the debt
this country owes to the Itinerant Metho
dist preachers, t.ie mos* devoted and en
thusiastic among >ou would In* amazed.
It* au*e they were not leaders of earthly
armies, held ik> civil office*, wrote gen
erally no lookt>. iiHunlly died poor and ob
scure. their deeds .id I often their ntw*H
are forgotten, and America dtw*s not rec
ognize its tremendous obllgathm An*l yet
ti se men. m.tny of them humble and ot*-
scure, were large and tmtK>rtant fa. tors
In the conquest of the wlhlerness In this
new country. In the establishment of low
and order. In the preservation and conser
vation of society. IMonters like Coke an I
Asbury and Je*se Lee ami Hop© Hull
wer< men of heroic mould. Neither rivers
nor the trackless wUdernees. nor hunger,
nor cold, nor the savage Indian, nor neg
lect. iwjf persecution gave them pause.
Many of them capable of large auccesn In
any worldiy undertaking, they trampled
under fool the good things of life, th- soft
and easy things, the allurements of place
and wealth, and. with a burning zeal for
souls, d* voted themselves to a work which
would have appal ed !!•■ heartaof in* n not
poj-sensed of more than luanan virtue
These pioneer Methodist preach* rs found
a front It r society frequently law.es* and
reckitss. They brought Into It the gospel
of peace and good order and a vital prac
tical Godliness, establishing churches,
soon to la* follow, and by school house*., and
were mighty exponents of law and order
and th.* fundamental principles of g<*>l
citizenship. When w. read of their priva
tion* and their sufferings we are remind
ed often of Ihe worthies c I. braled In the
eleventh chapter of the Epistle t< tt©
Hebrews, "who through faith übdu i
kingdoms, wrought righteousness, obtain
ed promt s<*s, stopped the mouths of ilonn,
quenched the violence of fire, esenpod the
edge of th sword, out of weakness were
made strong, waxed valiant in fight,
turned to flight the armb * of the atlenH
• • • of whom the world was * not
Men Who Honor l.rorgln.
If character aiul virtue, the preservation
of th. hom.* and Its Influence, of the
homely virtues, of genuine piety, of n
religious and. therefore, sacred regard for
law and order constitute the real lory
and at length of the state, rather tlian
mere material prosperity, If righteous
ness exalieth u nation. ' then the state of
Georgia owes mor*- to men like Hie Hulls,
the Andrews, the fierce*, the Speers, tne
Park sea. the Hotvarrls, than to many
times their number of so-called states
men and politicians. Withdraw if you
can from Georgia the influence for good
o' the Itinerant Methodist preacher, and
how the goodly proportions of the true
Georgia would shrink and shrivel! Wno
was the foremost tit loan of Georgia in
hi* day and time, the >*t beloved, the
most useful? I unhesitatingly answer the
princely, the symmetrical Georg* F.
Pierce. When I so answer I *k> no In
justice to the massive and magnificent
KUlott of another communion, his intimate
personal friend, (Who was brought io
Christ, as h* was always glad to acknowl
edge. at a Methodist meeting under Meth
odist preaching), because Bishop Eliott’*
constituency was comparatively small,
and th* sphere of his Immediate Influence,
therefore, comparatively limited
I>?t me Instance again. For many year*
the late James I> Anthony, the honored
father of the honored pastor of this
church, labored in that section of th**
state sometimes called tne "Wlregrass.
He went up mis I down among those people
exhorting, teaching, leading and blessing.
So potent became hi* Influence, that he
was affectionately called by his friend*
the "Bishop of the Win-grass." No
politician of his .lay ever had anything
like his Influence In that section, and every
particle of that Influence was thrown
Upon the side of right and righteousness,
of good government and n stible and
virtuous society, with ail utter disregard
of all selilshness and self-seeking Is not
Georgia largely indebted to James I>.
What distinguishes I l *® l of Chris
tianity commonly called Methodism which
thesc men preached ro faithfully, mol *n
the preaentna of which they did so mu 'h
good not only to the men who hewiert
them, hut to eo tety and the elate? 1
answer in the language of a prominent ez
pounder of Ita doctrine-: "It la it dellver
ii e from the aevere dogmas of t'alvln
lam. from antlnomlantsm. from ;if*lc*
forme, from th>' fiction of an unbroken
aiKieiolb atucceaalon. from pnartsal blgo
iry and Intolerance and from bondage
lo the mere letter of or*Mlaneea. It re
stored tnd sanctioned lay-preai hlng-say
ing with Moaea. In eplrit. "Would that all
the Ixird a people were propheta. and that
the Lord would put hi* Spirit upon them."
I; hue organized un Itinerant ministry
constrained by the love of Chrtat and
wilting to be nil thing* to all men. If by
my mean* It muy nave nome. It en!end
for a |>ure nd aplrltu.il worahlp. bcllev
ing that all timer, ail plarea. and nil
torma are acceptable to God, being sanc
tified by the pcayera and faith of the
worahiper. It hit* revived In a reetrlcted
form, the ancient agnpae. or tove-fensU.
I* haa reatored. under the name of claaa
ineettnge. the meeting* In Which the ea-ly
•hurch apoke often one to another
o edify one another, and to provoke unto
love and good work*. It encouraged and
promotes revivals of religion aa vital to
ilie health and growth of the church It
preachee a free and full salvation, Juatl
fhatton by faith alone, carefulness to
maintain good works aa the evidence of
the genuineness of faith and measure of
fh.al reward through grace, the Wltnes
of the spirit to the believer's present at
.tptanee with God. holiness of heart an 1
life, devotedneaa to Christ, a burning lov
fr souls, mi*lonary seal, a true cat bob'
tty toward all who bear tire image a
Christ, and an entire reUanoe upon the
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. DECEMBER 3.1900.
Holy Ghost an<] hi. (lift, , the only
source of .piritu.l pow*r."
No llrrimo, Knriunl I'nllli.
l>o, not (hi, <i.-r rl|>lion of Melhodlem
elevate anl <1 irnlfy your ♦hou'tht ' !■>
pi oiwrlv iiii'ler.t.ilHl att.l u|i|ire4 .ate it.
'1 Mlr.gul.hlotc feaiure>? An nlive t,
them” Are we true to them” Inn h not tlie
lir-wehlnc of ,hl' lot m of Chrtetlanlty ne.-
e.f-irtly conf**r tncateulehle c-eni not
only to the bodie, amt ,oul, of men hut
to pooh ty arnl ko<vl *ov.mmett" No
dreamy, formal or *l. ut fatth I, .Kir,. It
i fuietamental, vital amt vitalizing It e
‘,4rne>t. hn I i>ro(tri,ty e. It 1*
folth, hn filth with work, A. the ill,-
eiplltie teache,. "althoimh jroo<! work,
which are the fruit, of faith an.t follow
after Juptllli atlon. i .tnnot pul away <>ur
plin* atal endure th.' aeverlly of 'Jo.I •
Juilumeiit, yet are they |.|.-a. iik atal ae
rcptahle to God In Chriiu an.l sprllnt out
of a true nnd lively faith. Ineomucli iltat
t.y them a lively filth may la an evi
dently known a* a ire. I, dineertied hy lie
fruit " The only condition r.'.j. 'ritl of
memberzhip laid d,vwti In thi, lip- Iplln*.
! ,f thoee -, ho dt zlre admlaelun Into there
aoeietiep" Ip a “deelre to flee from th.-
wrath to come and to I* paved from their
pine." But the iteeeral rulep are careful
atul explicit to and "whenever IhW l
reollv fixed In the pout, It will le shown
hy Its fruit " No m..n can be a true Meth
odist, ol.p-rve the rules of the church ate I
not bV a rhrldly hoin-pt and truthful man.
a Rood citizen, r.nd a Itenulnely reluttatip
man. To the extent that we are la kins
In the fundamental principles of true re
l. aiwl ttu. chara. ter Jupt ,o far httve
m, de|>arted from the (e i. hirer and the
*pirlt of the Methodist Church.
Methodism Plandt for education Chrl--
tlan education. It to-day In tin re I'nind
Stater hus* more school, anil toliez.e,
more |Mil>llhlnK housi an<l periodical,
'than has any other denomination. The
Methodists of <Seor*t established the
mother of th- colleaew for women, und to
day the old Wesleyan, never better .|alp
pd thun now for Its >enetl.ent work, en
joy i- the unique distinction of i“ It.a the
oldest female colle#cc In the work! nl.e
this I* true. I am triad to know that many
of Its mighty men have tarn welcomed
Into the ministry without tnu.h of th>'
■ducation of books, that • veil plain, tin
lettered men have been anions Up need
successful pioneers. I am glad that Wee
ley despised "a ministry that dealt In
perfumed handkerchiefs and felt tnort at
hom** In Pond street and the liullr.*nm
the perfumed poplnjayr of their profes
sion: or one that, emulou* of the fame
of Nimrod, that mighty hunter le-forc the
i-ord. aurrllUrd clerical duty to the starts
of the field, prlz.sl the reputation of ?e
--rurlnc the brush before that of helns a
R,*od shepher*! of th* ,he*'p. an*l *|e*m**t
music of ihe Tally-ho or llunnnjr Chorn,
Infinitely more me’.odlou, than the
Psalms of Havld; or. uzatn. ore composed
of the faslldlous stu'li nt, of .*ver-r* tin* 1
s.tielbllltles. better a*-*iualnie.l with the
modes of thomrltt of |wst Keneratlons Ih.in
with the actual habit, of the pie ent, dell
eae r*lues and nervous men. the ha's
of aorlely. who shrink from the sunshine
of busy life into the congenial talllzht
*.r !-,■ l r Mhrarieo, who,, o*w*educatad
auseeptlhllttlep would prompt the strain—
■‘O lift me as n wave, n leaf, a cloud!
I fall upon the thorns of life, I bleed"'
VV Coley', t ..-ml Juloro.
John N’elon. a stone-mason: Thoma*
Olivers, a shoemaker: William Hunter,
a farmer; Alexander Mather n baker;
peter Jaoon. a Cornish flshr-rman. and
Thomas Hanby. a weaver, were among
Wesley's hrsi and moat trusted ruadju
lor With looks e* nerally these m*-n
ha*l but a sllsh, acquaintance. But they
were familiar with VThe Hook;" they
knew men ami human nature. Their splr
tlual discernments were acute and ac ur
ate. They had been consciously torn Into
the heavenly klngdomand knew and lovol
ll laws They preached "In the i*osr
and demonstration of the spirit." and any
one of them did more real miod for God
and the world In any one year than a
hundred of the |*olislied. witty, j* stlnp.
pleasure-lovln* clergy, which then >o fte
qoently dlsgra. * and the Bogush church, ac
complished In their entire live.
This leads m*- •<> observe that I ini de
voutly tlmnkful that the Methodist
Church has always been, among the
Protestant churches, the church of the
inases. of the plain people. If you will,
of the • la.-p that h. sr.l the Master "glad
ly." Among the proof* conveyed to the
inquiring John the Itajdtst ai the Instar* -
of the Savior of Ills Messlashlp w that
| "the poor have the Gospel pre irhe.l unto
them. This characteristic of our church
Is a mark of 11, divine mis
sion and of a genuine "Apostolic Succes
sion" by tts faithful preachers Brethren.
Is there any danger of this glory of our
church behie dlmm-d or lost in the fu
ture? While no man will ever be too
learned, or coo well-edu* ated. or too re
fined, for our communion, and while
there Is abundant rrom and welcome with
us for all classes amt conditions of men.
yet It will be a ead and Ignoble day for
Methodism w hen a poor man does not feel
absolutely at home within her walis. or
when he feels In the slightest dezre
discriminated agilnst. or flighted, or ne*.
lecied. because of his poverty.
A Methodist preacher, if one there be.
who Imagine* that he Is an "Apostle to
Ihc Genteel." Is of a!l men the most con
temptible To the Alt-searching Eye the
humbug, fraud and hypocrisy of his pre
tenses must seem a large as bis poor
soul must seem small I see danger on
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FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. MAT
tresses renovated, antique furniture repot
Irhrd. furniture pa.-knl, and shipped In
beet manner. Send me your orders. C. P
KIMBALL'S ANTI - RHEUMATIC
ring every rheumatic ought to wear. J.
Gardner agent, 12 Broughton street, east
" M'GILLIS 18 CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS
lace curtain* hammorks, water coolers
pillows, picture*, mover, bedroom suits,
and furniture of every description.
“GO TO JOS II BAKER IN MARKET
for line men's poultry, game, bruins,
sweetbread, tripe; 'phone ZSS
'if VIII' DON'T FIND WHAT Y** t'
want where you are dealing, suppose you
lr>- Miller. Ills assortment la the beot In
town. WT Hroughlrn. west.
FOR A PRETTT REDROOM SUIT.
IKirlor and dining-room furniture, you
should go lo Teeple's.
KENSINGTON FARM 18 ON AN
elevation In the country, fre.. from etty
drainage Impossible for ml k to beooriie
contaminated, hy Impura odors; If you
want pure Jer**ey m'lk. phone 3*45 De
livery prompt, ratlefactlun guaranteed.
M'GILLIS MOVES. PACKS SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture: beet work
only; r,o "Cheap-John" prices—no "Cbaap-
“canary birds GOLD fish wX
ter grms. hone flour at 1! Broughton
SEE MILLER'S SKW STY I. K 8 IN
rt>ri*ets. mattings. Ilnolrusne. window
shades. All work done In flrst-rtass style.
Gt our estimate. 207 Broughton, west.
M'GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 rents.
“TEEPLE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
stoves, steel ranges, oil hca'ers and hot
stuff heaters 117 Broughton, weal
BEK MILLER'S NEW STEEL STOVES
and ranges, oil Reateis, wood heaters,
best makes, reliable good*, reasonable
prlcea. 207 Rroughton. west.
ADVERTISEMENTS BET ~IN~CAP
ITAIjB WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LKW
FINEST PHOTOS. MOST REABON
abIe pri'-ee. one with each doom cabi
nets mounted o*i a lovely Xma- and New
Years card; I am making a ep-clal tun
on crayon, pastel and wstercolor In hand
some frames nt very low prbes fo the
holidays; a fine pnweitt: km mv e egm*
tine of frames, etc. Wilson'* Studio, tl
HOW ARK YOUR FEET*
feet are troubling you. tail on me and l
will give you relief. I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all diseases of Ihe teal
without pain, rhnrte* reaeonahle; can
| i'll! tne besi references In the city: b*-
tlulls Healed at residence*. orders e.*n
I be left al Livingston's drug store. Bull
arid Congress streets; le ephone 2W. Lem
j l'svis surseon ehlnrq odist
HELP M tATKII AiAI.E.
HA. K DrTvF.RS W ANTED AT XV.
Ka*i HtudKl *lr©*t.
V. ANTKI' TWO GOO| SoHKft liAU
: I**!*!* A|iy>l> No. 4© Writ Droail itrr#i. (*.
SALESMEN WANTED TO el U SI S
j goodn h> >4mplr to wholfMl# and r*tail
I radr. n<• .*ri th# l.irx*>t only man
tifarturer* in our lina .n th* world liberal
Blr\ *alil Addra#*, fan JVx Mfx Cos.,
ofllo©, 2* roar*) of Trad© Uulidlng. fla\ati
YOKNG MKN Of’R II.M’fITH ATKD
- xitaloffiir ♦•xplalna ho* a♦* t©rh harbor
trail** in “xht wifkh maul'll frr©. Molrr
Dariirr Coll©xr. 8t Mo
•iki * w \%u:n— *• n % i.k.
WAN*Ti:i.?VM IKTKNT MItAK
orl* I lo oar© of 2 chi dren. 30f lluntliqtdon
\\ \ NTKIV KX V KTI IKNi:D rx K>K .
W id mi rit
AT'YKRTIftr sXTKNTfI fIITT IN KAF
BIK IKI APY BHTISKMKWT rOU’MN
ron TWO CKNTS A WOHD NO AD
VKHTISKMKNT TAK ION FOR UFB9
i Mfi.ovMKM* iv %qrr.o.
foMI’KTKNT HOOKKEBrKn AND
nflir© man w<mta rooition inomm-n ■
lion* alvon Addr#M Coflipctml, c<in*
MAM: HTKNn.iIIAIMiKU AOK HKV
rntfin. d©lr*N hlf Im> inorniux
, r afternoon icood kih'iml .mil *rll rxp©rD
©fir*d. Aiklrroa Wlillnx. car© Morning
REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS MEN
In want of r©li.W© ik*ii( or col Ih to
iin tv r©f*ranco© Apply la© T.
i ford. Mfi Hnv *tr*'**t. a*t
WANTKD. HV an KXPKHIKNfKi*
n©w* *‘l Job priikttr. *iti.t!on, either In
cH> or cotimry town lt©f©r©u*©* ox
* Ym n*i and Krn©*t \V. Warrantoii
%\ iNTKO-MMrr.u.oinni *.
a m -
•<! to borrow ©v©n duNMand rtollur* <t?.
for i term of thrfr year* with the
privilege of r<M|iicinr aim cvi*rv #wUp
month* Will *lv© collultral on© bricii
block wtsrtli flv© or *ix tlm©* a* much a*
tlir loan. Th© |r'P©rt> l* ©ntrally located
in on© of th© lw*t town* in South Q©or*
ala A'l-lr©** ’ Utl#in©K,” !' O. liox S>.
WANTKD TO m*Y A GOOT> HK‘‘ONI
band |h*>| iabl© AKtr©aa le K. Calhoun.
IF TO! WANT (jonn ViliiK OP*T IT
from infflt'ld Dairy. It's rich, pur© and
irroi want a Furl tcTditilF
©artii. dirt. rand, manor©, ©tc fro© of
charge. Just at city limit*, hauling over
hard road writ© or t**l©i>h*n* Drown
Hro* . corner Anderson and Hast Hroad
ADVKRTIHKJik.VTfI HFT IN PAP
ITAIjH WIM. RK PniNTKD IN n.AH
> I Y IKI A D Vf7ltTlßf9M KNT (’OU’MN
j FOR TWO CKNTS A WORD. NO AD
VKRTIPKMKNT TAKEN' FOR DKBH
FOR ft I. NT—lt OO It*.
and co:d wafer. 3uS Barnard *tr©et. near
NKATKY FURNIBIIED ROOMS. ALL
convenience*. 116 Drayton street.
PLATA roll It IDT.
FLAT OF ROOMS TO RENT KN
©outhern part of city w##li roupi© without
children Add re** W II . Moaning New©.
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOUSE
No 217 Waldburg street, east, between
Abercorn and iJncoln, firM-Hami otder
and condition; every ©onvenlenre
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. West Hroad and Rroughton street*.
TO RENT; 221 AND 273 HOLTON
• tree!, en*; the*© ar© good hou*©* nnd
I*u anon excellent Apply to C A Moln
tlre. R >ard of Trade Iluliding
ron RENT SEVERAL DESIRABLE
rewldenre*. thoroughly renovated Apply
A Wylljr, agent, 12 Itrymn etreet, e.-ist
FOR RENT. %-ROOM HOUSE. lllS
marrk. ner Rurrough*. 17 80 |>er month.
C Mendel, 6SX Fast Liberty.
*UR HUNT THAT DF.BIRABLR RKB
lden©e No 3io Ogletliorpe avenue, west,
near Barnard; immediate po‘ < *"- , * , ln. Ap
"for RENT. HOUSE, 409 JONES.
ea*d. $lO i>©r month. C. Mandel. Bl East
FOR RENT. A SMALL COTTAGE
with ©hop attached; southern part of city.
94 peter Reilly.
FOR RENT NINE-ROOM HKI
-with stable and e©rvant*‘ room© on
lane, near huslne*.- center; choice neigh
borhood Peter Reilly.
FOR RENT 313 It ALL EAST ~ 6
room*: hot nrd cold witter. ***#> 714 Hab
er -h.irn all In first-©!** condition, imme
diate po*session. Apfdy W W. Hwinton,
2* Eighth street, cast.
FOR RENT STTIRIS AT LAND'S ENT).
St Helena Islan 1 Beaufort county. Ju*t
outside United State* government r©©r
vatkMn, wher* ©* *ta;k>ne*l *i ortliWry
garrison at Fort Freemont. good chance
to merchandize. Th© proprietor having
another ©tor© in Beaufort prefer* devoting
hi* undivided attention o it Apply to
Key Box 170. Beaufort Postofllce.
l Oi 111 r—MISf i I t IRKOI ■
LARGE WAREJIUI HE AND OFFICE
FOR RENT. CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST RROAD STREETS, FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED HY TIIK SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. H.
"‘MASQUERADE COSTUMES FOR
rent for parti©*, ball*. ♦•!<*. Mr*. Hetlerich,
lit) State, west, near Whitaker.
FOR RENT. ON THE OOBBCHBB
road, between three at>d four-mli© posts
ftro!ley car* nearly lo two-mile pot). lanl
In lot* ftorn one acre to on© hundred,
nani© can b© bought In large or small lota
on ©ay term*. C. II I*or#©tt.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD .NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN IOC. *
ton pasture. Ogetch©# road, one small
black hor#e mule, blind one ey*. Re
ward If returned Thomason A Harvey.
110 Harris, wext
ADV EftTISKM ENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL RE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISHMVVT TAKEN rOR LEMS
row aai.i:—Hß%ie mtatt.
AI'V mui.-JWMI.M.s HKT IN cap
-11 AI j WIM. HK PRINTKD IN CDAP
BIIIKD ADVBRTIBKMKNT COIjUMK
Ktlt TWO CKNTR A WORD NO A!
VBHTIHKMKNT TAK BN FOR LESS
TKUDKNTINK KANT) KARGK
tr‘t for *aie. Gifford A Cos.. Jack*on
*"kOM fIAKB. A Lot FOR TWO HI'N
dr©d ©*y term*, on Ninth ©treat,
near Kaat Rriaid, no city taxation. C. II
FOR BALE IXITS ON NINTH BTItFET
mar Ka*t Droad. no city t.xxe*. at
©ch. twenty-flv© dollar* raeh *n<l easy
monthly payment*. (’. 11. Dotoett.
FOR FA I.F I .OTP ON NINTH NKAR
KnM Hroad, a* S?W ©aih. will rood
bt Nilvnnral to 122?. wh©n a lot lias been
pa li) for T ran arrange to g©t a hom©
built. C II Doraett
FOR SAKK. THOftF. DOTH ON NINTH
afreet, rear F.at Hroad. have been
ioM to flt*t rla** pirtlr#. who will m.tk©
good neighboi*. ami none other: ran b>
The term* are very e*y. and th©> ar©
cheaper than any other# In th© vicinity
C H. Doraett
RMIDFNCK AND RtTKDING KOTR
for *ale all over the city. Robert H.
T.itrm. real e*tat© laler. No 7 York
ADV’KHTISI MFNTH STT* IN CAP*
ITAIaS WIM. DK FRINTKD IN CKA.N
?*IFID ADVKRTIHKMKNT COKFMN
Folt TWO OF.NTH A WORD NO AD
VKRTMFMENT TAK KN FOR IJ&&8
I’Oft Ml i:->tlU t&I.t.AAKOt 9.
It KM. TUB COKGII KING! TRY
It when your favorite rrniidy f.iils, at Uc
bottli- m i lrtl to a gtll of honey tnak a
•plendid imxiure for infnnt* and children
RK.N/.OIN HALM M \KKB TIIK HKI.N
Ilk© velyot, for r.ila hy ilruggi*t or at ll©n
ry and Abe room Per#*© Drug Btor©.
Whitaker atul lav lor ©fleet*
WOOD. WOOD WOOD. AM* KINDS
•ni lt* : re©*otiall© pri . *.i#t faction
guaranteed Hi own |lro . And* i -on amt
Kurt Ilroari Mtreet*
FOR HAKK. HALF INTBRICFT IN
patent. every farmer uae* on**; ran be
ntaie for f#v. R W. Alford. Rlveralie.
FOR HAKK TOP HRKW9TKR BI’GGY.
with pole and aha ft*, in gmM order Chat.
K St ul fa
Foi; HAKF AT YOFNGKOVF A flip
pie’* ami am. Tuend.iy on© half-Mtandnrd
lr**l marc, i year* old wi II broken • her
nrk and paildl©, can Nltow u .i vnlntit©
gait, trot or puce
PIANO FOR SWsK, CASH oft KARY
term*, bargain Apply 24 liberty. w*at.
PIANOS FOR SAI*K; ONK PVRUJU
Grand idlchtly u*ed. ©x*‘©ll'rt qu.ll:y of
ton©, high-clno* make, rare !.* gain; al*a
-©veral upright*' at n eairlflr© Apnlv
J4n \\ iifiiiisi. 21 Weat llarrla rtreat.
FOR HAKK. TWO (‘AHKH CAPACITY
I7* gallon* ©Hull Cha*. K rttulta A Cos.
cows. WITH YOFNO CAKVRO. FOR
aale Call 471 West U*un<lary *tr©et, wf
FOR SAI.F DWARF GOKDFTN AR
lor Vila©, for cemetery lot* and lawn© at
John Sullivan **, 16 fongr©*# atreet w©t.
FOR BAKK ONK Ml!KB AND IIAR
nee* and truck Apply Screven lloua©
FOR SALK. A SMALL LOT CHOICE
fruit ire*-*. as<rt©d. at auction, Monday.
D©<\ 3. at C II Doraett'*.
WoOD. WOOD. WOOD; ALL KINIH
atul *‘lz©m. r'a*Habl© pri •*. satisfaction
guaranteed Brown Bros.. Anderson ami
East ftroud afretla
FIRE PROOF SAFER- WE CARRY A
flue line of fire ptoof safes in stock at all
time* The fiartlea an #ee exactly what
they are getting Onr price© are aa low
Ms manufacturer* © II it. with freight add
ed Parties Interested, who wish a good
fire proof safe, will do wall to Inspect
our stock. Ll|i rnsn Hro*., Lippman
block. ag*nta for manufacturer©.
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sal* I* crop* first year boxes; 12.011 ra*
round llmtrer, at II fid i*©r acre. ter
thousand boxes for leased titnlef; plenty
of timber to he got; in flv© mll't of rail
road. will give posse©*kin now or ©t ©nd
of ©e-ason Addreoa Ruund Timber, cart
ADVERTISEMENT* SET IN CAP
ITAI.H WILL HK PRINTED IN CLAB-
Si FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CBMI9 A word no ad
VERT I SEME.NT TAKEN FOR LESS
LOUT A SID FOt Ml.
LEFT ON CH A RLE* AUGUST H
place, Thtmd* rtolt. Ncn 14 double-barr and
• nor-gun s* reward Jf returned to 715
Meeting street, ©am.
~1/ >nr " I too ~F R ENCH POODLE,
heavy black curly hair Reward paid If
returned to 112 Harris street, east
I/YflT. ON HARERHIftAM OR Llß
ertv streets, going to Plant Hy*t©m lef*ot,
gilt i*©;t with turquoise h* ad hncg'.e. lib
eral reward If left at No. East
“FOUNr>7\ GROWN IBUNI PUPPY;
owner can g©t asm© hy c.lt|r g on John F.
Cor|ew Montgomery* end Whatley ave
nue and paying expenses.
GOOD TABLE. COMFORTABLE
room*, central liH-ntlon and re.isnnable
rates, ut 322 Harris street. ©t.
"BOARDER* WANTKD. ONK OR TWO
nice c tipi©© or three or four young men
rn secure large sunny room* with board
In private family; close In; in a block of
Bull street house*; strictly modem. An
swer Modern, this office.
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL I4E
to your Interest to let me give you an ©o
ninat© on your plumbing, near or old
work; repair work a specialty, a* I am
a practical plumber. No guaa* work to
endanger your life Wiggins, ‘phon© 907.
Georgia or Bell.
DON'T TROUBLE YOURSELF ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pet* or matting Perry A Benton will re
lieve you of ai) (hat trouble.
DON’T FORGET WHEN IN NEED OF
plumbing work. A. C. Price St Fo. can do
It cheaper for you than any on© else.
State and Jefferson street*; ’idiones 4Vi.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOll
sewer pip* , fir© brl k, flr- clay. oD an I
varnishes, give us a cull. Adams l'.*lnt
WANTED. ONE THOUSAND HUN
©r> people at th© Hou them Grocery Com
pany, 114 Ibrnard street
"OUR GERMAN READY MIXED
paint Is sold under a ©urant©e; have you
housr painted with It. Ad unit I'uint Com-
PERRY’ A RENTGN. B FTATi:
Ntreet, west, will move. ship or store
\our tmmfam Xt short notice, ren
ovate your ok! rnsttrensea at H4tls coat,
lieli ’phone. 1124.
WB WILL FURNISH YOU WA R ACT If
for the winter; try one of our Hot Stuff
heaters; cheap©*! in town. A (*. Pri*©
Sr Cos., comer Htate ond Jefferwon streets;
t hone© CM.
"more THAN ONE HUNDRED FENTS
in ©very dollar of your hard-earned hard
earh at tha Southern O roc try Company.
11l Bat nerd t'bft
“advertihement* Set in cap
ITALR WILL BE PRINTED IN FLAH
ST El ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENT* A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAK BN FOR LE9B
Ai crioq a a i.k* Tin* day.
r*mpET. uit-rt niis. ttrangg. mot
tari.h, n hmti hk. rrrr.
H. mintlETT. IsVtli.Ufsr,
Will sail MONDAY. Vt, at K < ongroa*.
west. 6 <'*r|i*la, 1 b.atrs Hall Rug.
hi I'ortlsrss 4 Fumy Chairs • It* gon<|
I’lrlurr*. I'arlor Organ, Chsfry Mid*.
iMMr.t. RurtMT's Chair. Gral*s. offlea
Btovra. Kaugva. Gas Stova, l Fin* I'arlor
B*l. t v*ry gno<l Carp*t 6 B*wlit* Ma
ohtn** % l*Ming*a. Hsria’sads. luirge Mar
bl 81,ib. It*4 44prtncs. Iron Ohs, Sofg.
Oil M.iixigatiy 81*l*buril. Bookkrspar'a
D* k. llla. kltig. Lirg.. French Flat* Mir
ror. trvrral volumes of Books, and a book
MONDAY 11 a. n W will o©J| YO
pair** of oil wool fin© pant*. 2i fine flan
n©l ©uitM (blue), ©howr <•.'!*©*. *hoe*. piueK
c*|h'm tvliisk'W "limlM. lounge, organ. ae*r
Ing machine ©atin ©iipperw. neckwear.
4 oii.tr.b. m-ttido in'* K'diarw lor© < urtaln©.
etre In-i,* >• p|lveTW.re. milUitery, furnl
ture. clock*, ©olid go and ring*.
All without reaenre.
Mavannah Audi : nnd
A \VINKItIGHT. Au©ttonoor*
111 Whitaker jiireet.
At 223 Congr© *tr it. *♦# at 11 o'clock,
A K W 1 IjBON, AucGonoer
tloree. Wagon And llarfieo*. Pony,
Rugg.v and Harm
.1 variety of fiouxrhold Good* Hal© poat
HIM 1.1.1.tM Ol #
A FFKK KINiTTTf
received will aell any of th© i imra#©
part- Alame Paint Company, 101 C-q*
gr •*.•’ ©tree!, went.
IF IN NKKD OF A PtMT-OUM
rang©, we an *ttit you In quality ii\d
price, our PterMng ranges are g>iar:inte#l.
A C Price St Cos,, Htate and Jeflunaai
■tree**; 'phone© BB
RFDVCE YOUR KfVINO KXPKNflfca
bv ln\etlng voor l ord-©armd hard catte
with the Routharn Grocery Company, 111
‘Mill GOOSE CUM."
For *al© at all N*w* Htandi In Kavannah
NOTICE TO DKHTOItsH AND CREDIT
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice I* hereby given to all p©r4ion*i hav
ing demand* agiln*t Margaret Collin*,
lal© of aald raiuiity. ilfcfaeil, to pr©*en#
them to me. properly mad© out. within
tin* tim© pre#4 rttwd by Dw imi ae to *how
their rhararter nnd amount. and all p#r-
AotiA Inilebte*! to imM l©<*ea*ed are re
quired to make Immediate payment to
n©. JOHN T. COLLINH.
Savannah. Ga . Oct. 31. !**>
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Wlierea* Franri* Tillman ha© applied to
Court of Ordinary for letter© iliml**ory
a* admltdMrator with th© will annexed,
on th© ©*tate of Frond© Tillman. h* ©a^ed.
Tlie#© ©re. therefore, to cite and admon*
Irh ail wh**n it may cottrern to b© and ap
r©ar before aald Court to mak© objection
<lf any they have) on or tefore the flrat
Monday In Jartuary. next, otherwlae nald
letter© will te granted
Wltneae. the Honorable Hampton I*
F err ill. Ordinary for Chatham ©ouiity,
thin th© ©erond day of Octoiier, iiOO
FRANK K KKfKIIACH.
Cletk Ct. onllnary, C. Cos.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Whereas. Jordan F. Brfwks ha ap|4la#
t Court of ordinary for letter© dismissory
us MdmlnDtrator on the estate of Friday
These are. therefore, to cite and admon
ish all whom It may concern lo be and
appear bef**re said court to make objec
tkm (If any they have) on or before the
first Monduv in February, next. oth©r
wlae said letters will be granted.
Witness, the lit#) Hampton L Farr 111,
ordinary for Fhutiiam county, this tha
31s( day of October. IWO.
FRANK E KEILBAFH.
Clerk f’t. Ord'y, C.. Cos.
GI-;t*RGiA. • HATHAM COI/itWU
Whereas peter H Redmond has apfdlwd
to Court of Ordinary for letters dlsmla
sory as idmtnheralor on the estnta of
Ellen E. Redmond, deceased
• These are, therefore, to rdte and ad
monish all whom It may ooncem to be
and appear Iwfore said court to mak©
objection (If any they have) on or hefaiw
the flr© M' tulay In March, next, other
wise *.!d letters will 4*e granted
Witness, th© Honorable Hampton L
Ferrlll, ordinary for Chatham county,
ti ls th© 30th day of November. IS**)
PRANK K KEILBAFH.
Clerk Cl. Ord’y, C. Cos.
"lEORGLL CHATHAM ~FOI NTY ~
VVherei* Jordan F Brooks has uopHed
to Court of Onllnary for letters dismis
sory ms ii>kntrustrwfor on the estate of
IMht Bourke. l*--*a©ed.
These are, therefor©, to c4t© and ad
monish all whom It may corv v ern to h©
and iippfiir l*efrrr* said court to make
objection (If any they have) on or befog©
tit© first Monday In March, next, other-
W.ae said letters will be granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L.
Ferrlll. ordinary for Chatham county,
this the JlMh day of November. Mt*.
FRANK E KEILBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord'y, C. Cos.
"GEORGIA” CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Whereas Jordon F Brooks ha* applied
to Court of Ordinary for letter* and smts
aory a© administrator on the estate of
Fred I*. Mauf*f. deceased
These are, therefore, to fdt© and ad
monish all whom It may concern to ba
and appear In fore said court to mak©
Objection (If any they have) on or be for©
th© flrat Monday In March, next, oth©r*
wise sild letters will In* granted
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L.
Ferrlll, ordinary for Chatham >* runty,
this the flrt day of December. 1909.
FRANK E KEILBAFH,
Clerk <?t. Ord’y, C. Cos.
yf Awanlrfl at lrt
/ Quina \
I WINK CORDIAL I
\ H<ehef reeommendttiou* for curt of Fooroctt I
1 of Blood. Stomach trouble! and (<eatnl De /
\ blfliy. lacrcattf the appetite, arrcnglhcnt /
\ the aervea tad build* up tbc entire ayatem. J
\ • rar braaat /
\ K. Faafpra A Ga. X
JOHN G. BUTLER,
lWtnla. Oils and Glasa. Hash. Doom
Blind* and Butldera’ tiuptdlea. Plain and
Decorative Wall Paper, Foreign ad Do
mestic Omenta, Lime. Piaster .md Hair.
Bole Agent for Abewttne Cold Water Paint.
*> Congress street, west, and St Julian
.. Cri.Ls, at
Jiusintas Office Morning News,