Newspaper Page Text
MELL to BE TRIED MONDAY.
SLAVER OF JVMIM RIZBEB TO
FACE A JCRY AGAIN.
ut . grcnnd Trial fndcr Supreme
r# „l'a Decision fo Take Place
>r*t Week-W. E. Meadford'a Ad
rtlellna lo the Morphine Habit GM
Him OR Elnbt on a Chnrpre "I
Horplarr—Baraaa, Allan llmaaan.
to He Tried To-dn> for Murder ol
William R Mcll will he tried, for the
f ,r,<l ilme. for the murder of Jamee
purbe*. on Monday next. Mell's appeal
!. the supreme Court for a reversal of
judge Falllant‘ decision denying him a
trial tea* granted by that tribunal
-n 4 Ihle aeeond trial, to secured, baa
l i assigned for the Brat day of next
t l *
will he remembered that Pur bee the
t killed. aa only about 16 yeara old
a was the brother of Mall’* wife. The
,/iv<e Interposed at the former trial
v , Unit Buxheo was endeavoring to force
n entrance to Mall's residence at the
of ! pistol Judge Falilxant chars
‘f ~,-tlon 72, of the Criminal Code, which
, , supreme Court decided has reference
c • , uses of mutual comb.it As the
:t further held that there was no mu
, -mliat before this particular assas
, Judge Kalligiint's decision was
, , r l .J_
nr- evidence for the stole showed thot
ii ■ y had Uelt'ii child In hip arms
v n the latter tired his first Phot. This
} ; d th# mark and the hoy’p moth
, •, n had snatched the child from hiP
At (h© dime tim#- M©H*s wife threw
f before h.m ami he fired affair.
- lull papel directly over her heod
n; truck young Buxbe© in hiP stomach.
I, . ) within half an hour and in great
was stated yesterday that there
T i.o some necessity of poatponlng
t : *1 of Midi because of the absent©
o f i terlal witness on the part of the
This Is Miss Lula Taylor, who has
j . - married since the first trial, and
v |*rcpei:t residence Ip a matter of
f \ iparcnt doubt, t’pon her evidence
t ite s case rests in very large part,
a ,5 the trial she proved herself an
i: witness For the matter of that
f t | a Morning News reporter the
-ame viory of the homicide that she told
th# trial, within an hour after th*
f..ral -ho? was fired.
TO JAIL l*ll HIX MOYTH*.
III* Infirmity 4 ■ami n *ll titration if
\\ . h. >1 eftdford'n Urnlrnn*.
In the Superior Court yesterday morn-
It g IV. ! ' Meadford. n young white man,
w is arraigned upon an indictment ch&rg
-Ir>r him with burglary, lie was said lo
have broken and entered the store of the
J! ff's Uh irmary Company.
Meadford plea*led guilty to the indlct
tn*nt and Judge* Falligant sentenced him
to six months in Jail. He is addicted to
the us** of morphine, find it la imld that he
endeavored to effect an wlmme to the
store for the purpowe of satisfying hi*
craving for the drug. It may he that his
period of confinement in Jail will he the
best thing for him.
Pallas Roberta, who was on trial for
a ft ilt with intent to murder Robert P
Rush. waa found not guilty. Roberts Is a
r* gro and Rush is u white man. The evi
der e disposed the fact that the alterca
tion had orcorred in a low sailors dive
in the northeastern section of the city, ami
the jury evidently came to the conclusion
ft vat in going there Rush took the chances
and if he chanced to get a little bit cut
op, *;ot no more than he deserved. They
turned Roberts loose in a very few ir.in-
Willie Jackson was found guilty of bur.
* ary, with a recommendation from the
Jury that he be punished as for mlsde
r. a nor. Judge Kaluga nt sentenced him
to jay a fine of <IOO and costs or Serve
twelve months on the eluting gang of the
J.i 'k on was found asleep on n bed In
the house of Henry Wilson ll© told the
court arid Jury that he bad been parading
with hi* company on the occasion In quee
t;f> and rlmf lie took several drinks of
'd l Rob " He thought then the best
thing to do was to get In a house and
Ic down. It appeared that this Is a pe
culiarly virulent Intoxicant, and the rest
of Jackson's story did not stem altogether
*1 l!MO 111 ail AM) FOR ALIMONY.
lira. OpH, Ilarbot Adam. Allpsp.
IV.*ary tilnma llaa Daaprlad liar.
'lra (>p(> Hnrhol Adam, bird ult In
fha Superior Court yeaterday axalnat
I!ry P. A.tam*. nskinc that the di-
I'ndaW. har huabund, b romp'll—l by
the rourt to iwy a reaaona'.ilo ond proper
amount * alimony for th* aupport of h*r
elf anl h*r child. Tho |>etltlon
r tt*a that tho partlca ware
married In January. 1597. The child
* !rn the fotlowinß November. Mr..
A ima aay* that for more than a year
i r husband haa contributed nothlmt to
the aupimrt of heraelf and the child, and
!.. deemed and a.siiwlored them both.
7' :ntr A-ititn, ia eald to lie a nodical atud
* in Ih* medical .Vpartmemt of the
* II Tnlvr*My. ul Augusta Thu
PaintilT e.iye that th* defendant
his ampl* means within hia dhpoul to
1 t*v Id* a auitable and proper aupport
r his wife ,iri4 child, and she asks that
tke court compel him to do *o.
MIRDBR TRUE OS TO-DAT.
•liman llnrnea IVill lie Tried for the
Murder of John Wollender.
Syltnan tiames, alia* Sam Slmmona.
aha* half a doten name* besides, will
E placfd on trial In the Superior Court
Ih:* mornlne for tho murder of John
ih-nder. At the tlma of th* homicide
* defendant had been piloting Wollen
•l' m l his companion* about Yamacraw
* iwl lie.-ame dtasaUafled with the le*- ho
f i. l for this service,
\ ... . t,dr Was walyold and shot from
‘h. after Rarnes had left the |mrty.
R* llnjrered for about thirty-six hours
*'d and > 1 at the horpltal to which he had
VERDICT AOAlm “SAWDrST."
lit. Wife la Granted a Flrat Verdict
of Total Dlvorer.
A first verdict of total divorce wns
Dented Adelaide Smith, against her hus
b>nd. Joseph H Smith, in the Superior
r urr yesterday morning. There was no
c f*i oittr*ti monifef ?#h) to th© grant of a
divoroe. anl the Jury returned Its verdict
* f lUt*funir to the ©videnct of tne
e liu©bund and deferwkint was a mem
fr the B©v'Orul Georgia Regiment dur
th© B;anish Atnerk an War, where he
K ned and enjoyed considerable notorle
tx Jtukr the ©obrtquet of "Sawdust.** He
Com run y B of the regiment.
For Infants and Children.
Ito Kind You have Always Bought
on© of the companies of the Savannah
Volunteer Guar#!©’ Battalion.
The petition ll*d by his wife, and her
evidence givei in court yesterday, showed
that they had been married in December,
IM<*. She sab! that since th© marriage
he had become a habitim! drunkard, and
had frequently treated her with cruel
severity. She said tnai while living fit
Tybee. with her husUind. he had struck
her over the head and had treated her
in i most beastly and inhuman fashion.
I‘nder the evidence there w*i but one
verdict that the jury could have rendered,
and this was rendered with great celer
ity. It was for th** plaintiff Under the
law of the state it will be lie,.r ary for
the pl.tintift to secure u second verdict,
at another term of the court, be for*” she
will become entitled to a ib rec of total
Lucy Powells secured a #©oolnl verdict
of divorce and was grunted a decree by
Judge Falligant. divorcing her from her
hue band. Joseph Pow< lb. The plaintiff
sold that after her marriage her bust an i
had frequently beaten, unused n. I oth
erwise ill-tre itc*l her. and finally had f r -
ed her to leave his home The decree Is
tn the usual form, are! permits both par
ti*** to marry* again at their pleasure.
A first verdict was granted in the core
of l*tnlcl A. t'arr against Homi Farr. 'Hie
testimony for th plnintlfT showed that
soon after the marriage the wife had d#*-
veloped an uncomrollii le and vicious
temper, and that for a space of time she
hod made ilfe unendurable for Ikiniel.
When to annoy and torture him in this
fashion ceased to amus- h©r, she h l de
serteil him ami iaku up lie r res Id* nee In
the house of another min Carr said that
he had every reason to believe that hi*
wife was leading a life of total deprav
ity, and that he really <xhiM not stand
for It any longer. The Jury, by the grant
of a first verdict, started him ©HI on the
way to a final, complete and legal separa
THRLF. ACQIITTRD OF ROBBBHY.
Koran, Coombs and Heifer Fonnd %ot
Guilty of llighoay llohlirry.
John Koran, William Coombs and
Charles fbdter. three young white men.
were tried in the Superior Court yester
day afternoon for tho offense of highway
robbery find were found not guilty. The
Jury required less than three minutes to
reach this eminently proper conclusion.
Tho young men were accused by Charles
Ballard arid Andy Oudeden, two negroes.
Gadsden was the driver of the cab in
which the alleges) robbery* was said to
have occurred, and Ballard claimed to
have been with him at the time. Gadsden
said# the defendants had robbed him of
Solicitor General Osborne prosecuted the
case for the state, while Mr. R. L. Fold
ing represented the defendants. The
stories told by th© two negroe witnesses
contradicted each other in<l each wwness
contradicted himself. They managed to
get so tangled up th.it the solicitor gen
eral became disgusted and refused to
argue the case.
The statements of the defendants and
their evidence, on the other hand, were
clear and consistent and the Jury needed
just time enough to write a verdict to
EXTKfIT \I\ED EMPLOYES.
Mnnatrr Koladiorn Complimented
One year ago Henry Kolshom
was installed as manager of the Anheu
aer-Busch plant of this city. To celebrate
tha event he had all of the employe* at
tend a small eollation at John Carr’*,
corner Bay nd Habersham street* yes
terday. Mr. Carr had arranged a fine
spread, and an enjoyable time tvas sf*cnt
by the entire force of the Anheuser-
Busch establishment. Those present were
Capt. Henry Kolshom, Messrs. W. F.
Courtney. A. lairsen. <ieo. Clarwes. M. I.
Ilnnsen. F. H. Hair. Andrew Paul. Han
Mahoney. John Otn.n, Simon Karsm m.
and Chas Hitman. Among the invited
guests were Mr. John Carr, * apt, 11
Campbell of Ida Leiwrenee. Mr. S I.
Justrg. Mr. J C Schwans. Mr Paul If.
Lynah. Mr. John Morris and Mr. Ja*.
Capt. Kolshorn pndo a short talk,
thanking the force for their loyal sup
lort during hi* hrst year s administra
tion Short speeches were made by Mr.
John Carr. Capt Campbell, Mr. I-yniih,
Mr Sehwnni and ethers, all predicting an.
other successful year for tin Anheu- r-
Buseh Brewing A*soeal lon. The colored
emidoyes were also remembered In n sub
stantial manner by the management.
CITY lilt I'.VITIES.
ftp to midnight last night there were
hut si* arrests reported at the barrack*.
None of them were for any serious
In the Superior Court yesterday Judge
Falllgant appointed John H. Cutter, a
commercial notary public for a term of
The ship masters whose vesee * are ly
ing at the lower wharves want better po
lice protection for their vessel* oral their
officiis ami crews going to and . omlug
from thalr vessels The lack of police hi
that part of the city has resulted In the
circulation of a protest against the dis
crimination. In the lack of. and an ap
peal for. police* protection for themselves
and their property.
A basket picnic, the first of a series of
unique entertainment* to be given under
tho auspices of the Y M. H. A., will t*
held Monday at Masonic Hall. Jual what
form the entertainment will take has rot
been given out, but a I poaslb e attend
ants have been notified to wear picnic
oiothei, to bring a lady, and to be quite
aura that the lady bring* a basket with
junsh enough for two.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7.1900.
ARE AFTER NAVAL RECRUITS.
HOARD WILL HE l\ SAVANNAH TO
DAY AND TO-MOHHOW.
Applicants Will Have Their Abili
ties* Passed I pon av the Custom
tlonoe. Where iluarters Have tleen
Esin lillslteil l.teut. Com nin nde r
( oIIIum, In < liiirite of tlie lleerutt
inu, Was Here Some Three Yeara
Amo % board the W lluilimton—Hat
ing* That Aro Open hr Enlistment
for llo)s and Men—ltatca of Pa.%
noil I'ulure to Which They May
The recruiting office for the United
Stalin Navy was opened yesterday in
Lie old court room of the diatom Rotate
on Buy street. ThJ I* the first time, for
some years, at all events, that a navy
recruiting office ha* been opened in Sa
vannah. An army recruiting office ha*
been in existence hkrc for some two
years, ond about a year ago one for tße
United State* Marine Corps was eafah
iished, remaining open for scene week*.
It remains to h© seen whether any b§-
vannahUut* have been awaiting an op
portunity to get service In the navy.
li©u:nant Com month-r J. B. Colhns is
in charge of the recruiting party. This
is not in* first vtelt to Savannah, as lie
was in till* port some three years ag>
aboard the gunboat Wilmington, of which
he was executive officer. Tne Wilming
ton, It W'ill be remembered, was sta toned
off St. Simon's Islat.d whlla the nival
mhitia of the state were encamped there.
Tne vessel was ordered to bring the two
Savannah division** hack hom**, and for
two or three days after her arrival the
Wilmington remained in port.
Surgeon D. II Morgan i < also on officer
of the party, and there art* •*© or two
warrant officer* and enlisted men a* the
other member*. The party will remain
in dnvanmh to-day and to-morrow, leav
ing for Birmingham, where they will r
trnin for some six days, after which they
will go to Atlanta, enlisting recruit*
wherever they stop Next February Sa
vannah is to Im* \ i.dt©d again, when a
week may he spent in the City.
A number of applicant* presented them
: elvef yesterday. The requirements re
strict, however, and are choser, •he
government offers a good service for ap
plicaints for the Navy and, expeefi* in re
turn that those admitted be of sound
mind and physique. From the number
who appeared and were anxious to g*
into the Navy, it was ch ar that the artnv
anl marine corps had not already secured
all who are desirous of service under
Boys, as well ds men, tiro enlisted. They
must be from 15 to 17 year.* old, and
sworn statement from a parent or guar
dian must be shown before they can le
enlisted Then, too, they must be per
fectly sound and free of dloeare. Their
enlistment Is iu apprentices. Men having
experience in *lw|* and qualified mechan
ics in the m*s il-wirking trades are
wan*ed. especially machinists and cop
persmith*. Electricians, also. *r© neoiled,
as in fact, arc men of almost all trades.
To those without training in trades, if
they arc acceptable, the navy is also open.
Young able-bodied man between the **■<
of fi* and -1 will 1h received in the rating
of landsmen for training, while young
men with a knowledge of stenography
and typewriting will be enlisted ** lands
men for yeomen.
Immediately after enlistment the boy*
arc cent to the training .*Mttlon at New
port, It. I . *cd the mechanic* to Nor
folk or New York for further instruction
to fit them for service on board a man of
*v.r. The landsmen for training go o
toe same places for immediate transfer
to n training ship. The landsmen for
yeomen arc transferred to the receiving
ship© ut Norfolk or New Y'otk to await
detail to a cruising ship a* yeomen, third
The tr.*nsiortation of all the re
cruit* is t the ex pens* of tho govern
The pay of apprentices ranges from W
to 121 a month. are paid Jl6
a month, but are n#. kly promoted o a
higher rating. Y>om*r pay ranges from
s3'* to !♦*> a month, tiuil of machinists
from $!• to FT and that of otner n**-
©haul s from to <65 a month. Only
American eltdten* are sccptal.
In Hpenkinf of th* advantage* of the
rival service, Lieutenant Commander
Collin* said yesterday that no effort I*
fpar©d to natn the men rapidly, and well
, t:i! they may* quickly r*a*h the high
er rivtings and correspondingly higher
pay. Th© term '‘common anIIor” *mi r.o
longer te applied to the American mun-'o
s.ir'it man, for, to handle th* powerful,
quickly-working engines, the high-power
guns and the destructive torpedoes, some
thing more than the common man i* re
One who looks o\*er the gradation of
pay received hy men in the naval service
are struck hy the marked difference be
tween the remuneration received there
and in the army. Th© difference l* decid
edly In favor of the navy, and the pay
received will compare favorably with that
enlisted men would tarr. In other r:s
purities The training, too, is regarded
a* of great service to one receiving if,
and It is often recommended to young
men that they serve a term In the navy
sf only for the physical and mental im
provement to be received therefrom War
rants as officer* are ambitions enlisted
torn may entertain and gratify by faith
ful and capable service, and the highest
warrant officer receives <1.99 a year, be
sides rations and allowances that are
made He fares, in fact, better than the
commissioned officer of low rank in the
matter of remuneration With the re
cruiting party Is a boatswain, thirty*
eight years old. who enlisted in IM7$ and
now receive# <1,600 a year.
Enlisted men In the navy receive ra-
tion* and medical attendance without cost
to theniH'dvv*. and they may IV without
fear so far a* their future is concerned,
as, If injured In the line of duty, they
wMII receive a pension, while, after thirty
year* of service they may retire upon
tbree-fourth* of the pay they receive at
tho time of their retirement.
—Benham—*'l n* afraid 1 11 forgot to mall
Mrs Bcnhanv—"l don't believe you will;
I pul them In tho pocket where you carry
your cigar <■**©."—Hr.iokiyn IJfe.
L U I. Of HOPr n MD G l l R'f
tit IIKUI Li-;
For 110 of Uojio. Mont(jO!WTjr, ThumM
boll, Cattlr l*rk and W,,l Ind.
I>nUy Hun days. Hubjrol U> c:.an^
ISI.E OF HOPR,
L,v Clly for I. of H.| Uv. l*lc of llopo™
3n am fiom T>mh | <am for liolion
7 SO am from Tciitn | 0W am for T.-nth
* 30 am from ! *nth j J uo am for T- nth
9 li, am fiom H ..on | K 00 am for Truth
10 30 am from T-nth lo it) am for Tenth
12 00 n’n from T.-nth ;11 tt) am for llolton
1 13 pm from Holton 11 hi am for T.nth
2 30 pm from T>'n<h j 200 |>m for Truth
330 pm from Tenth , 24u pm for Hnltun
4 30 pm from Tenth | 300 pm for Tenth
330 pm from Tenth j 400 pm for T.-nib
6 W pm fiom Tenth | 00 pm for Truth
730 |>m from Tenth j 7on pm lor Tenth
ft 30 pm from Tenth j*oo pm for Tenth
530 pm from Trnth ; 9> pm for T.-nth
10 30 pm from Tenth jlo Oi pm for Tenth
________ |ll u i*n for Tenth
I.v city Ii 31 *uk*i> i., Moniscmary
3Su am troni Tenth ~7 U. am for Tenth
2pm f.otn Tenth 1 13pm fo. Tenth
*Jo pm fiom Tenth , 6ou pm for Tenth
CATTLE FA UK.
Lv city for Cat.Fark, Lv Cnttle l-ark
€ So am from Holton ; 7 00 am for Holton
7 M ...hi from Hottnn j $ uo am for Holton
1 W pm from Hot ton j 1 3v pm for Holton
: 30 pin from Ho.ton , 3 Ut pm for Hutton
7 Ut pm from Holton j 7 JO pm for Uoiton
a oo pm from Holton , s 30 pm for Holton
Car leaves Uoiton street Junction (.30
a. m and every thirty minutes thereafter
until 11:30|>. in.
Car leaves Thunderbolt at 0:00 a m. and
eiery thirty mlnul.-s thereafter until
12 (0 midnight, for Holton atreet Junc
FREIGHT A.\T> PARCEL CAR
This car carries trailer for pasaenneri
on all trlpa and leaves weat aide of city
! murk-t for ls.> of Hop*-, Thunderbolt
and all Intermediate points at 9:00 a. it).
1 00 p m . 3 ti) p in
Leaves Isle of Hope for Thunderbolt.
City Market and all Intermediate points
at £.OO a. m . II 00 a m . 249 p. m.
WEST END CAR
Car leaves west side of .-tty market for
West Knd 600 a m and every 4" minutes
thereafter dorlnit the day until 11:30 p m
Leaves West I-ln.l at C2O a m. and tv/*
ery 40 mlnuies thereafter durlntr the day
until 12:00 o'clock mtdnlptit
H M I/IFTON Hen Monatr'f-
ergae StOTIt ES.
IN TUT fU'PKHIOR COURT OF
Chatham County, flearxia. March Term.
IjiOl Hattie E Washburn vs Itoliert How
ard Washburn, IJl**: for Total Divorce.
To Robert Howard Washburn, defendant:
You ore hereby reejulred. personally or by
attorney, to b* and appear at the next
'March term. HOI. f the Sti|*erlor Court of
Chatham county. Oeorglo, to be held on
the flr.-t Monday, bat tw-lna the 4th day
of March. Wl. liexl. then atwl there to
answer the plaintiff on the merits of the
foretjolntc petition os In default of such
appearance tie- court will proceed as lo
Justice shall p|iertln
Witness the Honorable Robert I'llEurnnt.
Judge of slid Superior Court, this #th day
of December. A. D. 1990.
A HEX AN HER A HITCH.
JAMES K T. CARR.
Clerk S. C. C. C.. Ga.
Nt. rl • i; i " ? !:Ti d:o AND CREMI
GEORGIA. CHATHAM <'OI'7VTY.—
Notice Is hereby tcß'eti to nil (>er*ons hav-
Inir ih-mands uyaltist Ellen Morsan, late
of said county, deceased, to them
to me. properly made out, within th*
lime prescribed by law, so as to show
their character and amount; and all
persons Ind,bred to saltl deceased nr* re
qulred to make Immediate payment to
M A O'BYRNE,
Kttvannnh. G* , Oct. 1, 1900.
NOTICE TO DEHTORB AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notice Is hereby jtlven to all persons
having? demnnds axalnst Lawrence J.
Dunn, late of said county, darcased, to
present them to m*. propt rly made out.
within the lime prescribed by law. so as
to show their character and amount: and
all peraotts Indebied to saW deeeoseil are
required to make Immediate payment to
m , M F. DUNN. M. I .
Bavannah, G*-. Nov 5, 1100
J. D. WEED & CO
Leather Beltiog. Steam Packing 4 Hose
Axanta loe NEW YORE UVUBUH
BEETENG AND PACKING COMPANY.
Empty MulAaPwa Uua3r,4a fas
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
AS N IGHT iil ’SI 1 "aVOID
sd by leaving a small depo tt on that gold
w.ir t *i'd dmi'l* time will be lva*i. to
regulate it. to th© minute and etigTav© It,
with ,*r.v name or motto dedred; that fin
ger ring c*i. be engraved in time, tho*#
gcl l spaet*' !#* can be set aaide, the itojv
er focus can b© found by tbs old
ones, so im guew>*rk nerd© I♦ ba
done ,t he dr\enth hour ; old gold, p atl
nwn. silver and hair taken * -ah K©
goaa. Eaat Broughton, hair, j* wairy
an I ahaving supply house; ihe pine**
hav* anew pin In your brooch rd p>ill h
©d like new fur 10c. and sure tn be isitly
ADVERTISEMENT* SET IN CAP
IT A lab WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERT!SEMI* NT TAKEN FOR LESS
HOW A no ITT TOUR WINTER
clothing'’ let u* put It in shap ; II per
month Sterling Dressing Club, 11 York. w.
TRY HETTERICHR CANDY Doßl
lively pure; crystallsed fruit, assorted, 45c
pound cherries and ginger. *im* prt e;
chocolate. a*sort#d. 25c poniHl, anwr si
fin* -atidy, 2.5 c pound. 110 State, wo t.
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy, It s rich and pure, try
DON’T FORGET THAT MILLER
sell* dolls and toys. Come and see our
holiday assortment. 307 Broughton, wed.
IIYAtTNTII and narcissus bulbs.
palms, rubber plants, cut flower© and
floral from Oelschig'* Nursery,
oppoalte Cat hollo Cemetery J Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton street. -aa*
<2 60 FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they last Big assortment, all grades of
art square*, rug*, mats, portiere* C- I*
choice LINE OF WILLOW AND
cobbler seat rocker* for ih*- h> >ll lays, at
Teeple’a. 317 Broughton, wept.
r AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton, ring up 11H6 If you want to
have your fun I ura moved or packed for
shiprpent or storage. I guarantee prices
the same a* I to the work that's given
to me. A H. Griffin. 414 street,
west, mattress s made !* order
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
surpass*-! for rlchnea*. delivery is per
f*ct; phone. SUL
HOW ABOUT TOUR WINTER
clothing'' let us put It in sh*p . I per
month Sterling Pr*r*ing Club. l. York w
GO TO If ETTEJHUH'B F* U CANDY
mint wafers, cinnamon iTaf*rs;
for the si k ilettevich *. 11 State, weat.
ir ITS BUGS YOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGlitls.
<1 FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS WHILE
they last C. I’ Miller, agent
SEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS,
office table*, office matting, office shade*
2U7 Broughton, west
WHEN YOU SEE M GILLIS SIXTY
inch Ebcent rugs, you w*l!l buy them.
Just can't help It. will sell in ar.y quan
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CAKE,"
1* n specialty with M >lllll*.
TEMPLE IH SHOWING A NICE LINE
of carpet*, matting, rugs, shade*, lino
lettm; cheapest tn town.
M GILLIS* LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your joirlor.
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. MAT
trr**eg renovated, antique furniture re|*ol
Irhed, furniture packed, shipped In
bst manner. Btnd me your orders. C I*
KIMBALLS ANTI RHEUMATIC
ring every rheumatic ought to wear. J
Gardner, agent. 12 Broughton street, ©fist.
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing** let ua put it In *hp . < p r
month. Sterling Pressing Club. 19 York w
~M GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS
lace curtams. hammock*, water cooler*
pll'ow’s. picture*, atm©#, bedroom suit*,
ami furniture of every description.
~IF YOU DON'T FIND WHAT YOU
want where you are dealing, suppose you
try Miller IBs assortment Is the le-oi In
town 2*l Broughton, west.
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM HITT
parlor and dining-room furniture, you
FARM IS nS AN
elevation in the country, from city
drainage. Impossible for mhk, to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey m;lk. phone 2345 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
M’OILLIB MOVES. TACKS. SHIPS
and store* piano# * and furniture, beet work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no "C'heip-
"CANARY BIRDS. GOLD FISH. WA
ter grttee. lione flour at 12 Broughton
SEE" MILLER'S NEW STYLES IN
carpet*, mattings, linoleum©, window
shade* All work done In flr*t-cl** style.
G“t our estimate. 2h? Broughton, west.
M‘GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH HUGH
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 cent*.
“TEEPLECAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
stove*, steel range*, oil heaters and hot
stuff heaters. 317 Broughton. w*t
FEE MILLER 8 NEW STEEL STOVES
and rang©*, oil heaters, wood heaters,
best make*, reliable goods, reasonable
price*. 2f17 Broughton, west.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAIjS WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR IJSSS
rito rot.it %piiy.
FINEST PHOTOS. MOST REASON
abIe price*; on© with each dox*n cabi
net© mounte<l on a lovely Xma- and New
Year* card. I am making a ©racial run
on crayon. pu©t©l and wotercolor in hard
ootne frames at very low price© fo the
holidays; a fine present, *©© my ©i**gnm
line of frames, etc. Wilson'© Studio, 41
stOW ARE YOUR FEET? IF YOUR
feel are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you red f, I cure Ingrowing
nails, and all disease# of the feet
without pain; charge* reasonable; can
give the best ref -rencea In the city; pa
tient© treated at rtalden-'-s. orders can
be left at Uvingstons drug store. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 293. Lem
Davl*. surgeon chiropodist.
’ r^y'nv\<7 l*llelt AND
typewriter, mtif-i b© good penman and
quick at figure*. Address Hilton A Dodge,
WANTED, GOOD MILKERS, ALSO A
young, quick man who can manage
steam washing machine on tnllk Jar?*,
watch engine and boiler. Vale Royal
WANTED! A STENOORA PH ER,
youth or young man. familiar with gen
eral office work Addre**. with referen ©-.
Stenographer. Morning News office.
YOl Nil MAN CORRKdPONDENt h
I net It (Re of America. Scranton, Pa. will
teach you illustrating free; tuition |ey
abl© day* after position tat secured.
Write to-day for particular**.
‘ WANTEIb~AN EXPERIENCED GRO
c©ry salesman for flmJthwM fJeorgla, and
Northern FJoDda. Must reside in a cen
tral portion of that territory; addresn
Wholesale Grocer, care of carrier No. 20.
Charleston, 8. C.
SALESMEN WA’NTED‘TO SELir6UR
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade; we are the largest and only man
ufacturere In our line ,n the world; liberal
salary paid. Address, Can-Do* Mfg. Cos.,
office, 2 Board of Trade Building, Savan
hr li* %v ivritn-Matc.
phn Mutual Benefit Aasoctatlon. 15 West
Twep! > eighth. New York, require H
vannah reprrsematlirs; **©) |w>*ltton t
HELP W ANTED— FFHALF
WANTED. CAPABLE GIRL FOR
hous©w*>rk Apply with references at
425 Bull street
WANTED A HOUSEMAID APPLY
with reference* between 4 tied * * 'Uv-k,
this Friday afttmonn. Id# Taylor street,
WANTED AT GNC|: LADY DEM
twistrators on Ivory Starch Apply in r'f ■
Him Koitni No. 3. Marshall Houi* t*
tween 12 and 2 p m or S and 7t m j
fotkl salary and permanent position to
rig) parti**© Mr*. W L. Fitch.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAItS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLA*
HI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
nin.nimAt' %\ ima
IZZmZr i 11 wTiLu
edit.sited >:**Mi lumber Insp tor Ai
dress stating salary, "It ?|h tor,” care of
A FIRSToCLOHH DRY GOODS
de*nvi (German, want* n p*eltioti as
clerk b> Jan 1, Pk*l, ts -t f references
Ab)rcn© Box 391, Canulen, 8. C.
WANTED, IhSITION BY I'RACTI
cal machinist n-> * nglneT. elth**r matin©
or stationary A*lfres W. II II . car© f
U 4MIP-MIH4 I 1.1. % M X*l ©
IF YOU WANT A PI*AOK TO DUMP
earth, dirt, eand, manure, etc free of
ihatge. Ju*t at city limit*, hauling over
hard road write or telephone Brown
Bros , corner Anderson and Last Pr*H*d
IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from S|*t ingfwld Dairy, It e rich, pure and
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALK WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
HI FI ED ADVERTISEM KNT COLUMN
FOB TWO CUNTS A WORD NO AD
VFIITIBFMFNT TAKIiN FOR LKHB
SOUTH FRONT K<
or two gentlemen, every convenience. 22fl
NEATLY FI HNIBHFT* BfnMB.“AI.L
convenience}# Barnard street near LI
IT. A t* i nil IIUIT.
Foil RENT, ELEGANT FLAT OVER
drug eton*. Montgomery atid Ulwtty
street*, hath room. g**. electricity.
Foil RENT, FLAT 4 ROOMS. USE OF
bath. 3*© Hail fdrect, *•*.
FOR HIM -Hot ©42©.
FOR RENT, COMFORTABLE HOUSE.
No 217 W aid burg atreet, east, between
Aberoorn and IJncoin, first ni a©a orle r
and condition; every convenience VtLht
rent to right tenant Estate Falomon
Cohefi. West Broad and Broughton streets.
KOR R<!NT. 114 HOUSTON BTRKET.
Uit'ly rnt>vtrl A,*piv lo Mrtt. Ilyrnon.
■>'*.* Ht)H4litit*lo(t .trout, oast
TO RKNT. 221 ANI> 223 Ht H.TON
■troot. *t; rh.xe aro r<m<l hotiara an<l
Ir,ration rxraltrnt. Apnlv to O A M In
Itrr. 4H R'tarrl of Tratla Ittilldlnir
Kf)H HF.NT, DBVRRaI; nRBIRAmTk
naMtarn. thormignly rrtiovatal Apply
A Wylly, aaent, 12 Bryan atrert. -tort.
L.AKOK VVAHI.HuI.BK AND OKPICK
FOR RENT, CORNER llltotlOHTON
and west rroad streets, kor-
M Kit I.V OCCIFIED RV THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON Cos. H
FOR RKNT. ON TIIF. OOF ECU EE
rotiil. t*rt w m throe and four-mile poata
(Irollry rara nearly lo lto-ml!r poall.
In lota from ono acre to one hundred;
name ran be Uoiintit In lorxe or email lota
on eaay terma. C II Itoraett.
Vfi\ krtisf.mknts BET IN OKF
ITAI/J VVII.I. RE rniNTKD IN CUAS
SIFIED ADVEItTIBEMF.NT COI.tJMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR HESS
FOR kU.E—HC4I. ESTATE.
AI >\ ERTIBKAIENTB HET IN CAP
ITAIN WILE RE PRINTED IN CEAS
HI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CKNTB A WORD NO AD
VKHTIBKMENT TAKEN FOR USAS
tret for sale, tllftord 44 CM,. Jackson
Full BAER. A IktT Ft>R TWO HUN
dred dollar*, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near Fast Broad; no city taxation. C. ii.
FOR BALE l/lTfl ON NINTH STREET
near East Iboad. no city t.ixea, at t*t>
each; twenty-live dollata <a*h. atvl easy
irHinthiy twyments. C. H. I>orett.
FOR BALE. LOTS ON NINTH NEAR
East Btotd at I2'o each: will soon
be advanced to 122*: when a lot lull been
paid for I can arrunife to act a horn*
bulll. C. H. lM>rs*t
"for SAEF, THOSE LOTH ON"n!NTH
street, near East Rroad; hava only baen
sold to first-class parlies, who will make
yood neighbors; ond none other, can buy
The terms are very easy, and they r
cheaper than any others In the vicinity
C H. Imraett.
RESIDENCE AND BUILDING IA)TH
for sal* nil over th* clly, Robert II
Tatem. real eitota dealer, No. 7 York
ADV ERT fTT. MRNTH RFT IN CAP
ITALS WILE ME PRINTED IN TEAS
SI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN KOR USAS
FOR MALE—Mllll 22.214.171.124MX119.
It when your favorite rtundy fail*, at 2
bottle udded lo a g.ll of honey makes a
splendid mixture for Infants and children
itEN/OIN HAEM MAKER THE BKIN
like velvet, for sals by druKttitt or at Hen
rj end Abercorn. Per, Drug Store*.
Whitaker and Taylor streets
’ RieycEE NEARLY NEW; ALSO
new drop head sewliut ntachlne; cheap for
cash. 4l>> President street, east.
"cows, WITH YOUNG CALVES. KOR
sale. Call 471 Wul boundary atreet; nee
FOR SALE. ONE MULE AND HAlf
nes* and truck. Apply Screven House
FIRE PROOF BARER WB CARRY"A
fne line of Are proof safes In stock at al!
time. The [airtlea ran see exactly what
they are neiuruf. Our prlcrw ore aa low
as mwnufacturera acll (t, wlch freight a'M
*d Parlies Inlereat**!. who wlah a good
fir* proof aate. will do well to ln*[iect
our stock. Uppnian Rroa , Llppman
Mock, arm's for manufacturers.
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
•ale, IS crop* Brat year boxes; 12.b®' n ra
round timber, at 3130 t>*r acre. pee
thousand boxes for laased t mV-r; pic ty
of timber to be got: In five mil a of rail
road; will give possession now or at .nd
of season Address Round Timber, car*
ADVERTISEMENTS SET'"IN 'CAP
ITALS WILE RE PRINTED IN TEAS
HIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LEA*
Alf Tine aI.ES THIS DAT.
At 11 a. m w© will ©ell H Fin© New Im
ported Limp*, large gl. be*, a beautiful
Christmas present. Wheels, Plan#**, La
dle©' B hoes. Musical Intr imento,
HAVAN.VAII AUCTION AND CO MM I*.
HI ON COMPANY,
A Wlneright, Auctioneer.
11l Whitaker street.
I.OiT AID l onto.
PIUKNCB POCDLK doo!
b. k • urly hair, short fall Return lo
112 Ivim Itairi; and i>#* rewarded.
HBiGli i I’Ll A ANT "iiOuMH WITIf
t t r*l i t ivr family dcMrablS I -atiorv.
207 Charttem street, weot.
Ilt ©IALSH li IIK RL
AiYi.imH! mTnTs sTrr In caiT
-ITAIJ9 WILL ME PRINTED IN CfJAS
-BIFIKI ADVKBTIBFMKNT COLUMN
F(lt TWO i’l NTfl A WORD NO Al>-
VKHTDI Ml NT TAKLN FOR LL.HB
Ml*4 •.I.■. % Mi nt 4,
IIOT AIK \NI• t • v\ v i ? "TfKVY
KUB; AlaMo GHAT 1 .8 AND I'AKTV
PUT IN AND KKPAtRUD I* II KIKH
NAN, Id BTATK kTHKKT. WF3BT.
WB GIVB YOU KITHKR \K iMFBTIC
or |k - # tlnlah. work Forest (Hy
Lauitdry, Park avenue.
BI3FORK You PURCHAfIR WALL
|wiper. kw‘l frK'4 Taylor, hia new stock
•inl 14IW prices ©III plea*., you. 141 Bar
THU IU?BoRCLVK ANTIBKITIC I’BO-
v* I* th. 111 ,•*! *a4(-factory to clean
< lo*h< dune . nly by New York Ft*©m
Dye Work*#. Whitaker ami HloSe
NF.W DOMKfITIC. WITH BA Lid
tiearing-. tin #ey terms; try one; buy ons|
d-al with >our people Penlon A Son.
FOR FISHING TACKLE, NETB. KTCTT
go to Cornwell A Chipman.
‘ DON'T TROCHEE TOCRSEEF Allolf?
moving your furniture, rciiiying your car
pef* or matting Perry K Benton will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
DON'T FORGBT WIIKN IN NFFD OF
piunitfing work. A. (V Price A Cos. can *l©
r di* ijn-r fir y#ju ihsin any one else.
State and J**lT*r*on streets, 'phone* UA
WR Aiu: HFAIHJt ARTRim FOR
o#*wer pip*. fire brick, fire elay. oils snl
varnlstt- give u* o > .ill A'bitnj# P.iltti
WANTWf, ONK TIIOI’iAND Hlitf
try people At h# Woulhem Grocery Com
pany, 114 iUrnitrd *tr*t
•PIIONK 1675 FOR FORFEIT rjTT
lourvlrv They will all fur your Unao
LAHOK ANt* N'l'W ffTOCK OF WAI,T*
l*ipftr. Juaf riiv#l, will mk tr! *#a 1 1
atilt you William Taylor, 141 Hurimrd
NF.W I>< iMKTf(’ FfCWING M A CUT NR
with t all lirarlnfi, lock and chain atlteh;
two machine* In one, !'union * *•.
"wk are utrinu mow bt Tub
new nmdyo (itnrfHH; ch|m ,-lally adapted
for ladle*' fin** rn|mn anil tailor-made
dreaaea; trnd im your work and you will
l> |>l**ii rod N*w Vork Minim Hyt Work*.
POH IIA It I > WANK AND fooiJTOO
to Cornwell A Ohlpman'a
Of II nr.RMAS RKADT MIXBD
pflnt I* nold under a (Uiranlf*. have vow
tioiuw* (Minted with It. Ad.itn* i’atnt • urn
PKSRT A IIBNTON 1> HTATB
atract. weal, will mom*. pa<-k ahlp or atora
your furnltur* at abort notice; alo ren
ovate your old mattrenaea at Itttla coat.
Mall 'phone Hit
WB WII.I. Ft'RNTRH VOC WARMTH
for the wirttar. try on* of our Hot Snilt
heater*. <h**,i|*t In town. A. C. Prlew
A Cos,, rortiar State ami Jrffarwon atraata;
MORE THAN ONB HUNDRED t ENTB
In avary dollar of your hard-earned bard
raah at tha Southern Urotary Company,
lit Barnard atraat
~THK MOST ri' To'-DATK WORK IB
ballot turned out by Koreat Ctly laundry.
FOR THIS MOST REFECT AND
lory*- at Block of wall paper In tha city,
k*i to Taylor. 1I Uarn.ird.
PfNTON A RON, WIM. RENOVATE!
your machine and guarantee It S*tl now
or old rrai hlnao.
ROB RANOES AND STOVES* OO TO
Cornwall A Chtpman
a m.L vink or orates .mar
received. will aall any of tha a-parato
p*rt. Adam* Paint t ompany. 101 o*B-
Itrcoa at real, waat.
if in need or a nitsTfiJiii
range. wn* can ault you In quality ami
price; out BtarMnc rarutea ana guaranteed.
A C. Price A Cos.. Slate and Jeffereon
ftreota: *|d>onca KtH
REDtICB rot'll I.IVINO EXPENSES
by lafMtlai your hard-earned har*l caah
with tha Southern Oroeery Company, 1U
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CATC
ITAI/t WII.I. HR PRINTED IN CL.AB
SIEIBD ADVEITtHEMKNT COI.CMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR I.EBS
‘llHfll lOSE CARVED,”
For sale at all News Htands In Savannah.
ViTli K Tt!
OKOHOIA. CHATHAM 9 COCNTT—
Notlce la hereby given to all persona hav
ing demands against Pauline Devkoy. iate
of aabt county. deceased, to present them
to ua. properly made out, within ike
time prescribed by hiw, so as to show
their character and amount. atsd all per
sons Indebted to said deceased are re
quired to make Immediate payment to ua.
Havannah, Oct. 29. llwa.t
B* ecu tor*.
NOT ICR TO DBRTOHB AND CRIODI
OBOROIA. CHATHAM COCNTT.—
Notice t* hereby given to alt parsons hav
ing demand* against Ptwrlek Cain lata
ol said county, deceased, to present them
to me. properly made out. within the
time prescribed by law. so as to show
their character and amount; and all
|,srsonn indebted to said deceased are re*
qulrcd to make Immediate payment to
M. A. OBYRNB.
Savannah. Oa.. Nov. Cth, *3OO
OWSROIA. CHATHAM POINTY—
Notice Is hereby given that I have mada
appll atlon to Court of Ordinary for Chat
ham county for leave to sell two-*.vent ha
undivided Interest In the couthern one
half lart of iol Number twenty-eight
O’Neill ward In the city of Savannah,
with Improvement* thereon, belonging to
estate of Annie and Julia Collin*, minor*,
for the purpose of providing support and
maintenance for said minors, and that
said order will he granted at the January
term. 1301. of *ald court, unless objection*
are tiled thereto.
JOHN T. COULINS.
Guardian at Amu* and Julia CoUlna,