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handling many oranges.
II til. 4*n ITCIMOHIP I.IAE" IIIK
111 *3 WITH THK rat IT.
Mn ,,n,riil Onl nl Florida is Alxtnl
ii or iS cr m Day—Moi'll of Ihr
Fruit ( uiura Thruauh .Savannah,
linllrond Men Expect fin- Crop
Will Ituu to I.OfMMMHi Mutes—Flnr-
Iriu Is Heeuveclno Frtira Elrrla of
fhr Freese— More Florida llrauiin
i.n to Western Than fo Eastern
, ulrs—lll Tills Hr spoof OraaKl-s
IHtfor From Vegetables.
The transports!.on linee are In the mklst
„f their orange buaineea. The season Is
j -,f about at It* hlglit. anti the movement
ti lIMV is Urge. It I* understood that
tnte are from 20 to Si ear* u day lear
ns Florida lor point* easl and wesi, and
,y rood price* are obtained for the
Ki in Information received from various
s ..r■ ■ * by the railroad* th.it or- most
diepty interested In the movement of
orange* they llx their estimate of this
I. irs crop at 1.1U0.0U0 boxes If fife c*U
j,,,te I* not too large, the season of last
v. ir will he exceeded In It* production
.y. ally. As the years |U.-s the disastrous
, fle (.- of the great freexe of I*9l become
I, apparent, and It Is thought the y.eUI
„f the fruit In Florida will soon become
s.- sre.it as It was the year Just before
i . f.t ic. when more than 5,000,000 boxes
nne change that will b. noticed, how
i . will be the sblfi ng of orange pro
d.e'iion from the middle au-l northern
Miltons of the stale to the southern.
M •(>>* grower* established young grove.*
in the southern seotlun after tlMi freexi
and siring to In* below the frost line In
( s-t there sfhiUld be another sueh rot.mi
j.There will be Just a* many or mon
oranges raised in Florida In years to
.iiie- as there were formerly, railroad
t'.isht agents are assured, but the |>ro
eon will be confined to a more llmlieu
Both railroad and steamship oonipanle
hsve i part In the movement of the or
di.gi i rop. The fruit I* shipped from
J. ksonvllle and from Key Weal hy
,;t tm-hlps to the Northern port* muon
.’ thai de timd for those Northern point,
being sent by water.
lutlro.id* handle the larger | irt of
• ilr orange shipment* to Western points.
The proportion Is about flo per cent- to
lb. Wml and 40 per cent to the Kan.
i proportion noticed In Ihelr handling
of vegetables being reversed. It U found
• || m Northern citing demand more
tin, k from Florida and Georgia than trie
in (be Wist, tilt 1 I
ll ..SB - • being that the Western ebb s ob
l ,tn their vegetable* from along the (lull
ii- ehipmeiK* by rail of oranges re
|, .. to ;he Kant than lo the YVe*t, !**-
hum* of th fa* t that meamer* t ike fru t
i . New York ami ©;her Northern fort*
f,om the W*t Indie*. th* Bermuda* and
Ir.*- fmtt-ralefng countries of ;h* M dlie
r*nin rea. thereby to aupply the
A.m.iiul and forcing *hlM**r‘ in I*l -r.da to
f * -1 their orange* to the West.
M’; *h of the orange cr- i> of Florida
j,,,v.v,g through Eavannoh. Ti>e I’lar.t S **•
ttin ml the Btaboard Air L:n*? handle a
number of can* every day. The fruit i
jtaifne.l in carload loti*, the dlutrtbuG >
t the trade being wade from the Ur *
c ue* to which the shipments ore made.
]n Una respect there haw been a champ*
itf late year*. a** H wa* formerly the
rape that the fruit *** hlf>ped in le.-s
t in carload late. pent direct to
commippion hou*4?a t at ban'll* •! cofiiiar*-
llvely small quantities of i
A Itrlght outlook for Florida orane*
rxUis. railroad men declare. One ■*>*!
t.*rday that there I* no queatlon that
tr. htate producer the fineat oranges tha?
can l had in thl* country. Those ra.ae*'.
in tUfornla ore Inalpld. while thoec tm
|M>rtel from distant land* have to U
I We*l green In order 4o admit of their
rtu hlng market before they are sjioiUd
4. BEEN (iOT FIVE III\UHEI).
tiun rt %'erdlrl Vgalaat Virginia*
( nrnlitui ( hrmleal 4 ni*nn>.
Solotnn Ore n rcovered o verd'et and
Judgment for S6(O agalnat the Vlrginla
( Hrolli.o Chemical Company In th* City
Court yesterday afternoon. The evi leuce
for plaintiff and defendant w * <* mj 1 t* i
on the prt edlng lay and r l.iy after
noon the argument* were made and Judge
Norwood charged the Jury.
The plaintiff aued for I'.dOO*. though, sip
egplainrd In the Morning New** yesterday,
;t wht poareely possible for ekher he or
Ida counsel to have a verdict for
anything like thl* amount. Green Ip a
former employe of the company, who fell
through a trap do-r in a runway.gabout
eighteen mon*.he ago. and sustained rather
The arguments yesterday were made by
Mr. \N r. liftltoche for the plaintiff anl
Mr. livis Freeman for the defendant. It
w, contended hy Mr. I*.Roche that for
th- company to leave the trap door un
and unlighted. In a dark buildo k'.
and then permit Is employes to make use
i t the runway for the puriKW of leaving
the works, wio such neglgenc a W’ould
entitle tlreen to recover.
Mr. Freeman contended 4ht there were
other ways of leaving the works then that
♦ levied hy Green ami that these other
ways were less besardous. He contended
further that ll was Green’s duty to select
one of these.less bazankHia routes and
tb*? when he adopted the dangerous on*
If took upon himself tin* rl.-k of r ceiving
the injuries of which he rompl * nd.
Kven arter selecting *h* % dangerous
route. Mr. Fr*eman contended. Green
could have avoided the a eld* nt by tli
• terelae of reas nable and proper precau
tions for his own toifety and that In fail
ing to do so h’ bet ume gudty of contrib
utory negl gence and. ther* fore, could not
r* over a verdict against the company
Fnder the charge of Judge Norwood.
•he jury disagreed with Mr Freeman and
returned n small verdict. It wh* quite un
WOOnMKV RIxECTRO OFFICERS.
'• tubers of MistletlM* I awp Enjoyed
Themselvea nt Supper.
Mistletoe Camp. No 4. Woodmen of the
MorM, held its anmuil election of ©Ulcers
I**l right. The ofll *er* chosen will
a uwle the destinies of the c Sip during
the >#*ur Ifoi. They are aa follow*:
c*>nu| Commander —W H Murdoch.
Adjutant Ixtoutenant—H. V\ . Clarke.
clerk— R. J Stewart.
FV.-ort—A. J. Hnedeker. Jr.
Watchman—A. B C’roshy.
Gentry—D. K. Wlneianley.
? hysiclsn—Dr. T. H Clay.
Managers—Messrs. W. 11. Fifer, W, I*.
Pthlth und Frank ktewart.
\fier the election of Hi ers. the mem
uf (hr camp repaired to Helmken'a
• fe. where •iclightful supper wa<
•rrved. The evening pa w ***l merrily, slid
b vi* a Jody lot of Woodmen who left
f he table* shortly befon midnight.
%T THK Till. mm.
Southern Stock Company Kads Its
I numn iiM ru To-lay.
Mia* Mabel Tatge and the Bout hem'
Company w.ll close their engsge
r, *nt at the theater to-l iy with two per
formances. both motlnee ai>l rdght.
The company gave two j*er for malices
yesterday to fairly good audiences.
PLEANKO WITH TMKIH VISIT.
So % a min las Ottti tsl Parly Delighted j
%\ilh tlir I harleat4n I rip.
Ylayor Myers ami the ofllci il parly,
which spoilt Thursday In Charleston and
took In the meeting of the League of Mu
nicipalities thir*, returned to the city
early yesterday morning As It was Hill
dark when they reached the city ami the
rain was |>ouring down in sheets most of
the members of the party remained quiet,
ly in their berths m the Pullman which
had been iiS4*d for th* trip, until a more
r* asonable hour for rising
The Havannaliiatis are. without excefv
tlon. delighted with their trip The
weather might have been better, hut
(*harU ston’s ie'pilot! wos *o ionllal ar.d
th welvom. of her people so kindly that
littl.. thought was given to the weather
owing to thi* large number of muni ipal
visitors In the city the Savannahtans did
not expect any special attention to J>e
I* ud them, hut Mayor flmyth called upon
Mayor Myers a soon us h** learned of
th*- lulter’n itresence and assured him of
hi* pleasure at the presence of him** If
and his party, while other m**mters of
;n **it\ Council showed a special inter
’ '* In tin* Bav.ir.uah party and made it
ph a-ont for th* m In various ways.
There w is itonsM. rable interchange of
I '*din.ig* between th* Havanuahians and
•> to the claims of th*lr
respectiv* *ltlei in th* matter of deep
water, lb*. l*ots Hoyal mival station ami
matters *f rivalry that have t om* up le
-tw*n tn* two cities, but all In the
mo.n pleasant spirit. The Charles.
lonian* rook pleasure In assuring the
Baviannahlane* that they need not worry
ihennelve* any longer übout the navi*
’a ion. as this w th it*>w t sure thing fr
('notlesion. They seemed to he unable to
understand why Savannah should put In
*nv vtaiin (or tne htotlon. which the>
evtikntly regarded as entirely a South
aro.ina affair. At th** earn*- time th
harlestonians readily almU;e<l the al
-. antagee which Savannah had gained
' • r them In it commercial way. ami also
hot the city’s showing In tne recent
nsuh wa> far from satisfactory to her
w. ll Wishem With the gain of the naval
a tlon and the great* r attention whlcn
ney *'lp t t will he given to the harbor
h ion>equence, they c>nfldentiy look for
•vard to a much better showing next
The Charleston harbor was a revelation
to those of th*- Savannah party who h:d
Im n on it In-fore and oil praised it as
on** of the int magnificent on the At
i.intlc coast, some *i** laring It to be se<--
•nd onl> t* that of New Y’ork Itself. The
fa* t that the grt-af extent of wharves was
almost urns-i up!* <1 was omy to* obvious
a, *d *iid not ne*d any *.broment. In one
hlng * * hat l s ton appears to have the
b* **t of Savannah und that is th** fom*
ami fortification* whi h the government
ha (>rovlded for th* defense of the har
>(>r 01*1 lorts Sumter and Moultrie were
-•‘•J.-* ts of great Interest to the Northern
ir.*l \\ * Mern visitors. Both ire now fully
fortified and equipped with modern 13-Inch
guns of the disappearing pattern. Fort
Moultrh- iquit* un extensive work, niu /
•*f lh- work being evidently new. There
are other lotteries on iSulllvan’a Island
in connection with the fort and It was
stated that th- govt-rnrn* nt practically
<OMi-ols the entire Island.
Another thing for which Savanna hi an**
cave Chari **ton full credit is her excel
:* nt stre* t railway system. The system
••ut only s. ms to reach all parts of the
itv an t the seuddf reports as well, but
makes *u> *1 scficdul*s with smooth, easy
mining curs The e4|Ulpment is first-class,
it! the s>st*-ni has a complete and mod
ern appearance. Charleston Is also wll
provided with good street pavements and
though ni asphalt or vitsifled brick was
s , the bio* k pavements were very well
a'd. and on th** residence streets tlier**
was cons.dorable mutMtUht paving, some
f it only recently laid
The Lv ague meeting Is not only well
attended. Iti4 Is composed of an able and
earnest •> *ly of men and the murdcip.il
to;.-. *1 sc us sod are ably ami lnt.-lHg* nt ly
handle*!. The majority of the ilelexates
are from the Northern ami Western
utes. i here being a number from the
f. r West. All seemed very much pi ease* I
with the re* ption accorded them in
• harle**ton. and were l**ud In their praises
of the city’s hospitality.
The Ba\annahlons only regrett*l thal
they *ou2d not mak** their stay longer.
"We should make these exchanges of vis
it** oftener," said Mayor Myers, in S|sak
ing of his trip, "and thus keep In better
lou h with our sister city. The rivalry
♦ tween Sivannah and Charleston is not
of the hitter character which some |h-o
p.c M*m to Imagine, and there Is no
reason In the world why the people of
tile two cities should not be the best of
friends and nclghlwrij. Our visit
will, I think, bring. good results,
by putting ua in closer touch
not only officially, but personally, with
ru* city Fathers of Charleston, und their
Most of (lie S*vannahi ins brought back
the handsome badges which were distrib
uted to them at the convention. The
*dgc- were In different colors for Mnv
(U, Aldermen and city **ftlials. red.
dive, green and blue lelng the colors used
n the order named At the top of each
badge was a celluloid placque containing
t. I . Beii*mt hw. print
• I In large gold letters, the title of the
• /Tick*l for whom the badges were Intend
'd. and in (he * enter was n little palmetto
tee woven from the f|ier of the (alme:*
to. The badges make very pretty souve
nirs. and many of them will be kept a*
OirVf’LlkT HIO % H %l> FALL.
The Wei Pavement I nnsed Ills
U heel to Hllp From I infer Him.
Richard Maher, a 14-year-old white boy.
had ti bad fall yesterday afternoon about
r,: 15 o’clock, ll** wms riding a bicycle on
Hull street and while coming south on
the w* st side of Johnson Square, the
wheel, owing to the damp and slippery
pavement, slid from under him, throwing
him to the pavement, where he struck on
A companion seemed to think there was
nothing much the matter with him. and
made no effort to nmtei kkn or <> ascer
tain what his Injuries might be. so he lay
on th*- pavement until a gentkman who
saw th* accident put him into a hack ami
took him to Livingston's Pharmacy. The
hoy was still In a stupor when taken
there, but cam** around after h* had been
treated for a few minutes. IBs only ap
parent InJuty wa-* a bad bruise on the
left side of his h* ad. but he bad been
pretty badly shaken up
Maher iiv**?* on McDonough street, east,
when h** w;*s taken in aha. At.
■ >©> 4
HOIIHKU A CHtOCBKY STORE.
Tun >.-ro *cnl In flie (Tty ( onrf
(nr Itotihlna A in.
Here was only a small dor ket In <ha
icecordeFs Court yesterday, seven pris
oners ap|ve<*rlng on various charges
H*n Lumpkin, colored, who robbed the
store of Mr. Howard Scherer, at Harr!-
.on md West Broad streets, by for lag
open the rear window, was remanded to
the Superior Court on the charge of bur
Two iiegro**s. Dan Walton and Petr
Giving 4, employed by Messrs. Bwlft L Cos.,
were up on the charge of robbing the *lrrn
uf meat* and other articles. Thay were
to lh* City Court on the charge of
Al**it Hall, the K-year-old negro tint
stni* a wheel from Mr. D. 8. O’Neal day
iiefore yeiWerday. an account of which
was published in yesterday's Morning
Nw, was sent 4© iht City Court,
THE MOKNING NEWS: SATCKDAV. UECEMBEK 15,190a
THE DISCOVERER OF
Lydia E. Pinkliam’s Vcictahle Compound
The Urcat Woman’s Remedy for Woman’s Ills.
V r>, ■ \
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No other medicine in the world has received such widespread
and unqualified endorsement.
No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles
or such hosts of grateful friends.
Do not be persuaded that any other medicine is just as pood.
Any dealer who asks you to buy something else when you go into
his store purposely to buy Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound,
has no interest in your case. He is merely trying to sell you some
thing on which he can make a larger profit. He does not care
whether you get well or not, so long as he can r.takc a little more
money out of your sickness. If he wished you well he would
without hesitation hand you the medicine you ask for, and which he
knows is the best woman's medicine in the world.
Follow the record of this medicine, and remember that these
thousands of cures of women whose letters arc constantly printed
in this paper were not brought about by “ something else,” but hy
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound,
Tho Oroat Woman's Romody lor Woman’s Ills.
Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded
a hundred thousand times, for they get what they want —a cure.
Moral Stick to the medicine that you know is Best.
When a medicine has been successful in restoring
to health more than a million women, you cannot
well say without trying it, “ I do not believe it will
help me." If you are ill, do not hesitate to get a bot
tle of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound at
once, and write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for
special advice. It is free and helpful.
ARE PLEASED WITH JORDAN.
It III.HOAD MK% lITIKIVB III* AP
POINTMENT 11% UOVKRNOR.
tteleetlon of the (olumbne Vl*n W
Hatlalarlnr) to -nvannnh Hnllruatl
otllelnla—They llelleee the <itv
erutir Made Excellent ( ktnr*.
Prealdent John M. Ksnn of *he
Central and Mr. W. H. Maekall ot
the aea hoard Air l.lne Anittna
Those Who Expressed Their Ap
proval—Mr. Jordan fan l.noh One
tor Hallroad** ad Shipper*' I tt
trreal*—Will Prohahly Me.lnn IM
reetorsblit of the Central.
Railroad oftlrinl. In Savannah regard
the selection of Mr. (S. Ounby Jordan of
Columbus aa a member of the Georgia
Railroad Commission a* wise, a* they b.*-
Iteve Mr. Jordan will again prove ldm*e|f
an excellent and capable eommlas.oner
They say he as a success as a commis
sioner during his former term, and they
are convince.! that he has lost none of
the ability that he then demonstrate!.
Mr. John M Egan, president of the
Centro! Katnrad. expressed his sati-fao
tlor In the Governor’, apitolnttnrnt lie
said he has always regarded Mr Jordan
as a very able buttlne-s man and believe*
lie will look to both the tut. tests of the
state and the Interest* of the railroads
In his position upon the commission. He
was ai>polnted as a railroad man. the law
being that the com mi'-.aim shut! he made
up of a railroad man. a (arnh-r and a
Mt W W Maekall of the Sealtoard Atr
Un.. was anoltier to indorse tm- a|>|s>lnt
ment. He said mat Mr Joidat. Is a man
who can look well lo lit* Interest* of the
railroad* and to those of shippers, as he
I* hoth kirge,y Interested In railroad
property and has extensive manur*Tur
ing Interests. Among other fa.lories with
which he Is connected Is the Kasle and
Phoenix Mills ai Columbus of which he
Is the isesldent. tie Is thus In a position
to seek the very best anil most equitable
rate* from the railroads on behalf of the
shippers anti Is so connected with the
railroad* as to consult their Interests
when matters are brought brfore the com
Mr. Maekall did not hesitate to sav that
he did not believe Mr. Jordan would be
swayed by his connection with the rail
roads In his official work as a rommi—
sloner to the detriment of the people's
Interests, hut he thought that It well
enough tor the public to know that h I*
m concerned for the welfare of Industrie*
that owe much of their continued sue ■.,
to satisfactory rail rates a* to make tht Ir
Interest* t>f areal moment to him
Mr Jordan Is a director of th,* t'.r trwl
Railroad, having "rv.-d for a tne three
year- ll Is thought probable he will re
sign his directorship on oecount of hi*
new |M#ltlon. though ll I* not known that
there Is any law demanding that he da a.
OVEII THE PEAATW THICK A.
Southern Will At tse • entraPa
A rumor was floating around yester
day to the effect that the arrangement
that now eaat, whereby the southern
Railway brings tt* freight trains Into Sa
vannah over the trucks of the Central
Railroad would shortly he extended to It*
passenger service. This rumor was rath
er absurd, as enough has been published
hy the Morning News In the way of state
ments from leading officials of the Cen
tral Railroad, the Southern anil the Plant
System to snow that the present pass* ti
ger arrangement of the Southern with Ihe
Pi.tlif System will be continued until suoli
time as the Colon passenger station has
President John M Kgan was ked for
ontxher denial of the rpmor. and It was
readily forthcoming He said he would
authorise the contradiction of the report,
as the Central Is to handle only the
freight business of the Bouthern at Ha
vannnh. No deal 1, afoot whereby the
passenger terminal* of ihe Central are to
be used by the Houthem.
At one time or another of late Ihe
Morning News has published interviews
with President R. G. Erwin of the Plant
Byst.m and Third Vice Persldent and
General Manager F\ H. Gannon of the
Bouhern In wnlrh those gentlemen de
clared bai the present trackage arrange
ment of the Bouthern with the Plant
Hystem I* thoroughly saslafactory and
that It will be continued. 1-ltlle room
was left for credence of such a report a*
was circulated yesterday.
The friends of Mr E H. Hinton, •raf
fle manager of the Central Railroad, will
regret to learn that he la 111 at his home
on Whitaker street.
The Plant Bystem will run a special
car on Its train No. 33 to Charleston to
day for the accommodation of the (sirty
of Camden. N J , cltlxens who came from
Charleston, where they had been attend
ing Ihe meeting of the league of Munici
palities. to pay Savannah a visit.
Mr W F Donnelly, soliciting agent of
the Georgia Pine Road, left via the Plant
System last night for Jacksonville.
Mr T C. Tipton, commercial agent
of the Choctaw Oklahoma .inti Gulf Road,
with headquarters at Atlanta, spent yes
terday In Bavsnnnh.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Savannah. Florida tusl Western
Railway will be held In Savannah. Jan. 9.
STURM DID AIIT COME.
i.inirnllY Fair Y%ralh#*r I'romiani
for ToHlif and To-morrow.
Th* emptied hljrh Wind# did not wtrlkf-
Savannah ihe atomt evidently
bavin*,' na**Hl off lo era Xevertbelwi It
wi# a very dUnjrrreabk* day. rendered #o
by tho cold rain that continued during
me morning, and the greater i*rt of the
aft# rrm>n the total amount of the fall
being 42 of an inrh.
Th maximum (emporature yeoterrlay.
which oreurred at 11:16 o’clorg a. m . waw
53 iiegr*-er. The minimum, which occurred
,r 11 f p m . watt 49. giving a nuan of
SI degre***. 2 below norma) Thl** given to
the month an accumulated deficiency of
2* degree and to the yat an a* • uninUt
ed Htirpltw* of Ito degree* The a* umulaD
and deflciency of rainfall for the year 4*
The Washing*on forecast for to-day and
to-morrow le for generally (air weaLhcr,
with light aorUKoai wiode.
CLASSIHfcJ AbVtKf ISEMcMTS.
,il* 0' it T r~~ BETTEH GET
tin- mix trotn 11l ttot
till-!* then. 12 y.-ar. nyo. ai .l il I* a. >!
a ihk mm uni .In an.l hrr liu kihl
have b***n 4u**kv rver Ml Tl* nuin
iM’j f itiv tin**; i- II ir J*afflt>
r.*l Hhavinx Hupplj lli'.i-'- J< Ka**t
Hrongutai Th pi t ** a <t*r* hair, plat*-
mini. n'*l gkl. *itl ullvfr al ** <1 at
tukeit an tab. mail or*i*t>* for birthday,
utikiing .411*1 |t* -**ms promptly
ADVFRTIHF.\I I'NTS BFT IN CAT
IT A I*B WILL HK PHINTFD IN C’LAH
YI'VBRTIHEM N1 OW? MM
FOR two *I NTH A word no ad
VKRTIHFMKNT TAKHN FOR LI.BB
KKK t'lll MO I FO COHNKH WHIT,
akf-r anl IJlwrty li**a*lnuai t*ra tor
Chin***** m*l Japan*-** fancy I;'**!* I*
4*tc . at loa price* Oriental ami Turkish
**|nail* lits is’lw cuat pH • ihitne and
\ cmuihtm vs i*iii:hfn r fou mMi:
t*i >iv’* wtf**? w*- have ina*.** up a tnattre*-*
.nd tiir pillow that aot)i<i gta** ‘
QiM-r-n’it chani!*ei . pn**e ••* th**m to
dav . n*> iliipllcal• - Nathmal \4attr'*!*-*
und VlenovatiiiK Company. 331 Drayton.
tOV WILL LIKI PRY MILK
Spring Reid Dairy; It * rich and pure, try
HOLIDAY RIGS. CARI*KTB l*tL!
tl**r*s, lace ctirtain*. and *• thoueaml t and
article# t* i;la*i*len the (•*■! a If*
heart t* I*. Miller, agent.
TOY 8 GAMES POLISH WAGONS
• 101 l carriag* s nn> \nt- h:*ki*l g*’it**r *Mv,
at Oppenbelmct. Hl*.it ’* 13 Bfouglßon
RLIaA NT BKDROOfM KI ItNITI’RK
• ttnlnc room furnltur* • ilna * los. > Oli
ver car** . ►.d* , lHati buff*tH, mlrror-*!o*H
vardrobt * t tr imitt* tie* attack must
i** neeti t b* l a|*pr*- iat* *l. C*. I*. Miller,
CHOICK LINK OF WILI/>W AND
obblt •* tor II it il ay . a’
Tee*le a 317 RroughUm. "t.
! AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton. ting up lltt if you want to
have y*ur fund tire nt.-wd or pu* ked for
shipment or M M** 1 guarantee pricea
the earn*- m 1 do the work thal't given
io m* A S Orlffl* . 414 Broughton itmi,
wa ft, matlre-e. a ltu<l* to or*l r
MV.ILL!S’ LA* ’K TFUTAINH WILL
beautify your p*Gor.
META L MEMORIAL' W HEATHS;
It tiidsom*- and durahl* . sh* \ o * tent,
juft receive*! at Op(M*nhelm*r. Hlout At
Cos.. 12 Broughton street, *ft.
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
furpaoicd for liohnaan; delivery • par
f>rt, phone. 2.^46
IF ITS RUGS Yol* WANT YHJ~CAN
g*t them cheaper from M' GlTIa
GILT CHAIRS. TABLES. CQVCHKA
, ux> l ornt-rp, reception chairs, leather
hairs, an Immena* uiwfinwnt ut rea
son able pilros. C. IV Yllll* t agent
WHEN YOU SHE M GILLIB* SlXTY
inch W-cm ruga, you will buy thorn.
Just can't hc.p It; will aell In r.ny quan
SI'NKIDWKH AND FANARY BEEP.
m*> kirn; blnl fool; flali food; Bel* X.**•♦**
*nl birl cagen Oppenhelmer. Bloat A Cos..
12 lliouKhtun street, east
"FFRNITFRF MOVE!* WITH CARE.’
in * specialty with McGlllla.
TFISPLB IS SHOWING A NICE LIVE
of carpet r matting rugs, shade-*. Ino
burn; cheapen! in town
IMMENSE LINE OF RATTAN ROCK
•re fr*>m sl.4* up •* fla. C. I*. Miller,
M OILLTS IB CHEAP ON RFOS. NETS
lace curtain*, hammock*, water codare
| pi.low*, pb’turee. atove*. *ult*.
and furniture of every de-crtpHon.
~V* AN A 111 liS AND 4IOLI > FJ SII. J
Gardner, 12 Broughton etreet, ea*t.
MILLER’S HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
brother* and other fellow*’ brother**,
you will have to rail and examine our
immenaa line in order to thoroughly ap
preciate the aubjoct. C. I*. Mtlicr,
FOR A PRFTTY RFDROOM SUIT
twiror and dlnlng-rocim furniture, vou
nhouid go lo Tee pie’*.
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
eiavatlon in .he country fre. from city
drainage Iri|K>aail>le for ml k to heroine
• ontamlnated, by Impure odor*; If you
want pure Jert-ey m lk. phone 234S Do
livery prompt; eatlafactlon guaranteed.
M’GILLIH MOVES. PACKS SHIPS
and afore- plan** ad furniture, beat work
only; no "Cheap-John" prlcee-no "Chaup
LILIES OF THE VALLEY. MY
own importation!; In <oM * tor age. reed,
to deliver pip? every Sattmliiy, b-me or
dera with J Gardner, agent. 12 Brough
ton atreet. eaat. A C. Oelachlg, nur**ry
oppoflte Catholic Cemetery.
MILLER’S HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
) •‘later* and other fellow** elnterx; toilet
table*. ladle*’ deek*. chlffonlere. plcturca
of all kind*; come and eee u*. we will help
you out. C. P. Miller, agent.
M’OILLIS BELIES SIXTY-INCH VIUOS
-Smyrna pattern*—for W cent*.
TFEPLE CAN RAVE YOTT MOS T ON
irtove*. *teel range*, oil h*>ater* and hot-
Btuff heater*. 317 Broughton, whr.
MILLERS HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
children; doil* and toy* of every dejwrtp
tlati; chair*, baby c.irrl ig. gpo-cart*.
velocipedea. tricycle*, exprre* wagon*, p*-
trol wagon*. C. I*. Miller, agent.
XMAS FLOWERS BOSES. llYA
cinthx and Lille* of the Valley; will It*
ready: order* aoUcßed J. Gardner, 12
R rough ton etrect, t*aat. agent for o*l
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work order your lithographed and
print# J Ntatlonerv and blar k iiouka from
Morning New:-. Savannah Oa.
•TOH MOSTi REASON
h each A
net* mounted oti a lovely Xrna and New
Year* card; I am making ©petal mn
on crayon. p**t*l ami watercolor In hand
*ome frame* at very low price* fo r th*
1 holiday*: a fine present, fee Uly e egmnt
| line td frame*, etc. Wllwn'a Studio, 41
| Bull street.
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relkf. I cure Ingrowing
nails, corn* and all d!seaeft of the fret
without pain; charge* reasonable;
| give the te*i reference* In the city; ia
tienta treated at orders c*n
He left at Uvlng*ton*N drug store. Bull
and Congrea* streeta; teleptione 293. Lem
Davki surgeon chiropodist
I wanted, two good solicitors.
! Apply 10H East Broughton. 9 a. m.
•Wanted a first class black
Mn|*|i. lor**eho4T and whee*wright; Mat*
age and leust salary expectad. Addrrea
Virtoan Smith. Morning New*.
Tv \\ ■ ED BA KATE
•t* nogr.iph* r. familiar wih geo* lal e
work; men only need apply, lxxk Box
WANTED A COMPETENT WHITE
bak' i Apply t 331 Whit ker atreK.
BRICKLAYERS WANTED. 10 GOOD
men, at naval -tatlon. I’ort Royal S <*..
•dgh-hour work. Apply at station
Charles W. Noble.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OITt
good* by sarnpi* to wholesale and retail
trade; w- art* the largest and only man
ufacturer* in our line in the world, liberal
i salary paid. Addrr*. Can I *ex Mfg Cos.,
( ■ nice. 2fc Board of Trade Building, Savon-
I cah. Go.
ifCI r \\ %ATKD—MALK.
\NhdSM \N W ANTED WHO CAN
funiis t good reference ami plenty of tur
(*Mit||a* ’il l Apply *t MIH v, It. J j
Bishop I Id ridge. l <a
WANTED. LAUGH 11 BUSHING |
romp tu rr|tr<wni:itivv* in each
town in Git stat*-. it iHjAtml with u*
ni'-an* *!•♦*.r to you. ouv |4*o
. 111 1 *.tii*f\ your -It M.uuKi*r, I*. O.
Box ;k>v Macon. Ga.
WANTI.D IION 1 ST GENTLEMAN oil
lady to trwvi-i f*r u> alary sl. per week t
lutely no enrlo*** self-ad
iln-' -'d Mump 1 t-nv* ( ulonlul t’o
'Advertisements set in cap
ITAL> WILL 14$: PRINTED IN CL\ ’
SIFtED ADVERTISEMENT COLI’MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VKRTIHEMENT TAKEN FOII I-ESS
i tipi.mm at w %\ i.i.
W AN PI.IV BY A YOt'NQ MAN. I*oßl
lion shipping enrk for sitenw*.*-
hoic< . beM *>f referen*-4*. Ad-lt* n X \
WAN’TKB \ PtiHITION AH BTKNOG
rapher uiml typ* a wm* l>> .i young lady
\\ ti tne axp**rieme. trtl (worthy and
tellable B 1. N-w ofll* •>
WANTEI * TO TRAVEL FLORIDA
territory for Hh^catb 1 hardwire house.
HtiKkll • tl.nx ind comml***on. be*# *f t**f
in w - A Mi- a Hardwori , Morning
UIM Klt-MUM I LL % MSMI *
WANTKb. FOR CASH DOGWonD
and pet jtlntnmn logo Southern ll iidwar.
I Coin|Mitiy, I* lu*x Charlea*ti, H *
I \A \NT To lit*Y THREE IIOFBKH
from tw* to •• ir l thiM.-iind i|o| .* - ••■!-
trally lmwttl. A l.li. . Invi. bii, N* w
IF YUD WANT A l TO It Mi
earth, dirt. rend, manur*. ft* fie*- of
• barge. Jut at city Until . hauling ov- r
hard road write or tdapbona Brown
Bros, ‘orner Andaman and Lam Broad
IV YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from H(n ingtlekl Dairy, It a rich, pure and
ADVERTISEMENTS SIT IN CAP
ITAI<H WILL BE PRVNTBD IN CLAB
SIFIISD ABN FItTISKMFNT COLUMN
Foil TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
I IA D l 01l It EAT.
KLIOGA NT SIX-ROOM FLAT. IN
god lo>ailon; furnDh**l or uufutnlahe<l;
iNivati bath. A(*ply .law Aiulerson. west.
FOR Bi.Nl. CuMFuIiTABLE HOUSE
No 217 V\ .*i*iburg slieet. east, between
Al>ercorn and Uncoln, firm clana ord*r
and cn<lltlon. every convenience Right
rent to right tenant P'.ataie Salomon
Coiien, West Broad and BrongMon atreota.
‘ FOR I4KNT FROM JAN 1. &D MONT
gnmery, near Huntingdon, (l. H Rem*-
To RENT THE NEW 2-STORY
IkOUee, 215 T.drfy-clgh!h -ire#-- west, near
Barnard. fumiah* > i thrmigltoui, will i*e
r ne*l for o year. • term of yrer-. t• a
K*mml tenant It ha* u parlor, dining
room, klti-lien and storeroom. on
first floor. wnd three
and bnUimom hhil water 4 at *4-4 catd
floor. Also hot ami roll Wa4<r, gas
• unking range utul ga** stove A large
\ard wßh fruit tre-. Ap|dy on premise*.
FOR RENT. SEVERAL DESIRABLE
residence*, tiioro!ghly renovatc4t A|*t!>
A. Wylly, agent. 12 Bryan street, east
FOB III.AT—MIA# LLLA ALOt X.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND OFSTCR
FOR RENT CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS. FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY Till: SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. 11.
FOR RENT. WHARF WEST OF MAH
k-i dock (find of Barnard! from A|>rrl 1.
1901. G. H Hftnuhari.
FOR RENT. ON THE OOEWCfIEE
road. Iwtwean three and four-mile post*
ttro ley cars nearly o two-mile |jost>. Liu,
in Ms from on# acre lo one hundred,
sain* can he bought In Urge or small lots
on easy (erm*. C II liorsell.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR • ALE—HEAL MT4TK.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN ('LAS
HIFiiCD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
l OR S ALE THE I NDIVIDED HALF
of the plantation known a H winin.' sit
unted (tv* mile- fnm city Court Houre.
For terms, parllculara. etc., apply or ad
dress R. K. Richards. Southern Bank
FOR SALK TIIO*E LOTS ON NINTH
street, near siast Broad, have only been
sold to flrt-cUi*a parties, who will make
good itclgfibo.s, and none others can buy
The term* are vary easy, and thay are
cheaper than any others In (he vb laity
C. 11. I>oraatL
FOR SALE. A I/>T FOR TWO HUN
.lred ijoliars, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no cily taxation. C. H
FOR SALE !,OTS ON NINTH STREET
I near Boat Broad, no city laxea, at $390
each: twenty-five dollar* rash, and aasy
monthly payment*. C. 11. J**rsett.
FOR HALE. LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
Fust Bros#!. • will aoon
i>r advanced to $22&. whan a lot has baan
(Mild for I c.n arrange to get a horn#
j built. C If I>orertt
for sab all over the city Robert 11.
T.item. real etiate dealer. No. 1 York
TIMBER, TIES AND WOOD—FOR
Kale. <5..100 acres, on Bnab*ard Air Line
Railroad, about seventy-five miles from
Savannah, and will cut about as follow*
2.OO*. <JUO f*-f*t mill timber, 3o.<JUO croretles,
25.00 U cord* w*x>d lirobston, Fendig A
Cos., Brunswick. Ga.
ADV KRTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA IX WILL MW PRINTED IN CLA
IDV RRTIBISMKNT • *ou:MN
, FOR TWO CENTS A word NO Af
! VRRTISKMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
Balm fur chaps and tough skin, given to
! an> lady calling at Persse-’a <lrug store*,
i Henry anl A her corn. Ta>,or and Whita
IF YOU VE GOT TWO LUNGS LEFT.
Hov Rem will tnirc your cough; a dollar
taitlD guaranteed to cure or m<#ney re
funded. Parma's Irug stores.
FOR SALK. CAR HORSES Jt 'HT AR
rlved; auttabie for the tr.id* . several nice
ponh s. S. 11. Zouck*. manager
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS CASH
buy* the only factory In thh cMy, worth
515.000. Addrees Box 12*.
COWS. WITH YOUNG CALVES. FOR
sale Call 471 West Boundary street, me
ADVERTIBEMENTB SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTiSKMKNT TAKEN FOR LttdS
FOR M ALE—*ll*f S;LI. %% WOll.
C A It HY^A
fine line of fire proof safe* In stock at all
time* The ion ilea can see exactly what
they are gritting Our prb'e* are at low
a* manufacturer * w-li it. stih freight add
ed Parties intere*te). who wish a good
fire proof safe, will do well to Inspect
mi,* *Um k IJppOMM UpfMME
Nock, arenta fer manufacturer*.
HO AUDI At.
ItEFIN EI. tYRTPLB •!< G ENTIRE
nun can g*t Urge room with (tret • lama
table lioanl. Address Reilublt*.
HI tIM M 4 H4YI L;jl.
ITAIM WILL HE PRINTED IN (*I-AS
SI FI El ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
1 "it TWu CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR IJBSS
HOT AIIC AND I^^PsTvPE^iTpßA?’
IPS Al-St GRATES AND PARTS
I*l T IN AND REPAIRED P II KIER
\ \ \ lo ST ATE HTWtCUT, WRIT.
WE CAN REPAIR ANY' STOVR
ni.ub’, all work done by expei|r*nced
workmen md guaranteed; will take your
obi *tov in 1 v tan.." isi anew one A.
C. lYit •• v •41 Stntt* tuul JcfftMOOn
WE ARE 1111A IQf • a RTEHS FO’X
sewer pip. !ir brick fir* clay, od* ant
varnlsbt t gi\e us a all Adam* P |nt
DON'T TROUBLE YOURSELF ABOUT
moving your lurnltim relaying your car
|ieta or matting Perry \ B* nton will re
lieve you of all thal trouble
OUR GERMAN HEADY MIXWD
paint i* ** Id under a guarante*'. hsvf vour
liou-. imlttted with It Avj ii*4 Paint Com
RING UP GEORGIA OR BELL
■phone*, for gl* m intel '. 4'bimneva. etc.;
• will d<* (In rest, inante; 10 15. 90, 2ft
and .: 4 nth A •’. Price a (*<, State an l
M *RK THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
.11 every dlP*i <f your harl*earnrd hard
cash nt tlie Southern Grterry Company,
111 Barnurd atrnat
PEI4I4Y A BENTON 130 STATE
street, west, will move pa k ship nr atora
iour furniture at abort notice; lo ren
ovate your old niaurmsea at IStla coal.
Hell ’phone 1124
WANTED ONE THOUSAND HUN
gry (eople at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, lit Bernard street
A FULL LINE OF ORATES JUST
received will sell any of the * pv*i#
part** Adams Paint company. 101 C< n
greH street, west.
rON’T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF
Bathtub#: they are tip to date; r**tmate*
cheerfully furnl*lud 4n anv kind of
plumldng w rk A C Price A <Y>., State
and Jefferaon etreeta; 'i*hon*# RS.
REDUCE YOUR LIVING EXPENSES
*y Investing vour tmrd-earnrd hast cash
*!th th# Southern Orocery f*om(jany, 114
ADVERTISEMENTS BFT IN OAP
WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAff
STFIBD ADV’RRTISE.MENT COT.UMN
FOB TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR Llflff
TR AN Vic
“MOTHER GOOSE CURVED.”
Fur sal# at al! N* wra Stand* in Savavmali.
bKUAb NOtlt US.
NOTICH ($' FIIUIT MEETING OF
Creditors. In the Diet net Court o(f the
United Stage* for the Eastern Dtvteem
uf the Southern Ik strict of Gecwgia, in
Bankruptcy. In tin mutter of J L Jay
and D B. Jay. Bankrupt, tn Bankruptcy.
To th* ('redl tors of J L Joy am! D. H.
Jay, li iving t*en pattnore under the firm
name of J L Jay A Son of Fitagenald, In
the county o' Irwin, and <i4etrict afore
said, lankM|ite: N<#tk*e la hereliy given
that mi the 10th day of I>4***mtM*jr. A. D ,
nso the aald J L Jay am! I>. B. Jay
were duly adJudloMed hartkrupUi, and the
first m.-* ting of their cradttora will ta
held at Italnbrkftge, (la., in 4'oiirt Hmrwe,
oti if*' 21th * lay of l#*-4*fnter. A 0.. 1900,
at 9 o’clock In the forefi4rn. at which time
the aaid creditor* may attend, prov th**F
claims. M(*|Milut h trust!**, # xutnii v tlx
lMinkru,>t.. xiid tranintci mirti irt t>u*l-
Hi. may proprrly <*mm twfore wilt,
m-tlm; J. D. IIAHKKI.I.,
Rrfmt In n iiikruptcy.
Haliihrl.lj;*. (ta.. ra..-. ,0. I*oß.
(SK< )l(< iI A. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
\ltv iKimlhai Miirk-n >ia appli-A to th-
Couri of Ordinary (or a tw.lve month.
■Mimiuri for hoanlf aiwi minor chll.h'rn
out of tlif. ralHtn of John Murk*n, dr.
I Appralwr. havn mafia mlurna
Tlifw are. therefore, to dt. all whom tt
may fxmeern to a [i|>f-ar 1 a- 1 < rr. Mild t’ourt
to rrHikr ohjertlon on or before the ft rat
Monday In January nexi, othmalae aumn
will be •rano-l
Wllneaa. (he Hon. Hampton 1* YerrtM.
ordinary for Chatham ifounty, Ihla the
3<ilh day of Novernlu-r 1440
FRANK K. KKI I.RACH.
f-lerk (7t Ordy . C. C.
OROROIA. CHATHAM COUNTY*—
Whurnn. t.avlnta Wltllamn hae aitflted
lo Court of Ordinary for letter* of ndmln-
Iteration on the relate of Amelia lfOdunt.
Tltee are. therefore tf> rite and ad
monleti all whom It may concern to be
and appear hr for. .aid court to make ob
jection (If any they havel on or before
the first Monday In January next, other
wise .aid letter* will he cratMed.
Wltnee*. the Hon. Hampton Lf. Fetrlll,
Ordinary for Chatham County, thla the
*)ih day of November, 1400.
FRANK K. KKILRACH.
Clerk Ot <>rd'y, C. Cos.
OBOnOIA. CHATHAM COINTY.-
Whreeue, WMilam M Davldnon haa ap
plied to Court of Ordinary for letter* of
mlmlnlMratton on the ealate of K Ichard
These are. therefore, to elte and ad mon
lh all whom It may concern to tie and
appear before paid court to make objec
tion (If any they havel on or before the
ftrat Momlay In January next, ottiorartap
wild letter* will be a’anted.
Wltnei—t. the tlon Hampton U Ferrlll.
Ordinary for Chatham County, thhi tha
|th day of November. l*oh
FRANK K KKIUIACH.
Clerk ft. Ordy. C. On.
oioBOIA CHATHAM COUWTYe-
When* William I. \Vake4ee ha* aiipHed
to Court of ordinary for letter* of ad
min!*! rat lon to !*u* to Jordan F. Hraoke.
county administrator, on the estate of
John U. Carter, deceaeed.
Then, are, therefore, to elte and ad -
monish all whom It may concrn to be and
appear liefore najd court to make objec
tion lit any they have) on or. before the
llrut Monday lit January, next, otherwlee
raid letter* will lie (ranted
With.-**, the Honorable Hampton I,
Ferrlll. ordinary for Chatham county,
thl* the Kkh day of November. I*oo
FRANK K KBLBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord - y. C Cos.
NOTTCK TO DRBTORS AND ( R*n.
OBOR<IIA-CHATHAM COUNTY - No
tice I* hereby Riven to all peraon* h, 14
denwnd* attain*! John Murken, late of
•■ltd county, decea.-ed, to prteent tnam
to me. protterly made out, within the lltrta
pretwrlhMl by law. no aa to how their
character and amount; and all ie. na
tiHlehted to *ald deeen*. .1 are r-quirt and to
make Immediate payment to tne.
, MRS. DOROTHEA MCRKRN.
•availnah, OA, Nov, 16, IW,