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I\U* %\ MIT 188 CONFOI\IIFI>.
Much 'lorr Talk I* llmni Than
Tli err l Prartlrr yrn of thr
(•nlUrn Hair, llrrlarrd Dr. Jolttt
11. Jori Jan at (hr rim Baptist l aal
Maht - rnnlmlion That tinldew
Muir VVn llrrhnl From I nnfuctua
In \% Ithoat Ihnion, tlir I’astor
*all. lor That l.aa-tilirr'i In.
juneflon \\ nn Yegaflve In || mar-
Too. Una 1 rue of !••-
rates’ Ha lea ■■ Other Hair of
II ii im aii lotion tan ( omparr With
That of I lariat.
Thr Golden Buie wait preached upon
last night at the Firm Baptist Church
by K'< Hr John I> Jordan. his treat
ment of his subject being such as to show
that l is drawn from thr teaching* of
Dhrhrt ami tlwit It is no ConfuMan dor
trlnr. The teat was* drawn from Mat*
thew. 7:12: “All things whatsoever ye
would that men should do* to you. do ye
even so to them "
The text, the pastor said, is commonly
known as the Golden Buie, about which
.* great deal of talk Is heard, but of
which very little practice is seen. Just
a there Is much talk and little study of
the old authors, so there Is much talk
and little practice of the Golden Bult.
Though Its application Is universal and It
is Intended as a guide for all men. yet
few follow It.
Frequently," said Dr. Jordan. "we
heat discussions of the origin of the
Golden Rule, and €h© public prints con
tain learned arguments upon the subject.
Time and time again tin* question has
l*en raised with great noise and loud
lamentations upon the alleged mistake
that 1> mode in according Ms origin to
tne teachings of Christ.
"Rome ol these arise writers declare
that Confucius gave forth the Golden
Buie centuries before Christ, but in th
they are mistaken, for by no possible
conception can the rule expounded by
Confucius be confounded with the Golden
Buie of Christ. Do not unto others th*u
which you would not they do unto you'
was the rule as it way given out by Con
fucius. and it has about the same rela
tion o the Golden Rule that agnosticism
bears to religion.
"That the world is becoming Confueian
b* alien it is be timing agnostic la a < ialm
that Is sot up by some learned gentleman,
but ro such negation ns agnosticism can
e'tape the be.ief of the world. Show me
a man who claims to be an agnostic and
I will show you a man who arrogates to
himself an intellectuality that is superior
to that of nil others While admitting
that he knows nothing, he yet presumes
to sit ip Judgment upon the ministers of
the Ird and upon the entire community
that engages in Ills Worship. Agnosticism
is purely negative, but Jewua Christ came
into the world so establish o positive re
Socrates, Dr Jordan aald. had much
th** same Idea of a rule to govern men
In rheir relations to one another as Con
fin In*.. his injunction being ‘That at
whi* h you are angry when inflict.d upon
you do not lo to others." This has the
same negative ring as the Confueian rule
So.rate* further Maid that men should
behave toward their friends as they would
like to have their friends behave toward
them, hut the universality of the Golden
Rule Is not approached by this advice,
as the relations among friends ore all
that ra touched upon Nowhere wa*
there found the full sweep of the Golden
Mme until const cams* t give it.
The pastor drew several lessons from
the Golden Hub* First was that of sub
stitution. the facility of fritting one's
seif In the place of another and knowing
just what conditions might govern and
what reasons might actuate that other
Then. too. there is Ihe lesson of mercy,
the quality that prompts dealing as falr
)> with a fellow' man as one would have
his fellow man deal with him Justice,
too. in taught, aud men should be prompt
ed to deal as rigidly with themselves ms
with their fellow*, not treating them
selves with that charily they are likely
to show toward themselves and to with
hold from others.
* ulture of the conscience i* also nn
blew that is advanced by the Golden Rule,
and the cultivation of conscience 1s nec
e‘-ary and cannot, without great danger.
Ih neglected. The idea of a common
fatherhood Is also suggested, for the Gold
en Itide is from Christ, who came from
Gu<l. and no teaching* from other re
ligions can show anything to compare
with that which should guide men In
their actions toward one another.
(I AKTEHft FOH t 11IUT8.
I.wallun I* knunlil lr Wintering
kella A liraj'a *linw.
The Hell* nl Gray rlrrua nixy winter
tn Savannah. Mr R Ht.HTord. represent
ing the drills, has been trying to effect
a satisfactory agreement for the uae of
a ill* In the vlelnliy of the city, are!
this morning h all) drive with Maj. G
M Ryala to that gentleman's place welt
Several place* hay* been visited by Mr
Stafford In the hope of finding quarters
that would answer for the show, but
he has thus far been unsuccessful He
bus found site* that would be satisfactory,
he sayw, if she price* demanded for their
use were not considered exorbitant
The show Is now m Florida. If the
quarter* can be secured upon term* s.ltlt
lactory to the owners. It will arrive within
fe w weeks.
A meeting of the local po*t of the Tra
velers' Protective Association will he
held this mornlt.K at 10:30 o'clock at the
A negro named Elliott Martin of No.
Iftl Perry street lane. west. In a row
wuh another negro Saturday night, re
ceived a blow on the head that split the
scalp open He was taken to the office
ot Hr. George W. Ilcrlot, who closed
tin wound with live stitches.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Lutheran
Church of the Ascension will give an
entertainment In the Sunday School room
or the church, Jan. 21, tor the purpose
of ratsing funds for the work of the so
ciety. The programme for she affair is In
the hand* of the Luther Leaguo of the
Saturday night a* Mr. C. B Wentcott
was about to leave the city on a hunting
trip, lie found a negro at the market dock
In possession of a Columbia bicycle that
probably has been alolen. He attempted
to arrest the negro wno resided, and
was only secured after he had been
knocked down. Boih prisoner and wheel
were sent to the barrack*.
Mounted Patrolman Helgnan kick
n WOUTtl'lu tor •"> * lom '
hfc STOMACH^ Troubles
8 s^r* *
%sr vkw w " h rrarl-
for every hour of herd rubbing
with old-fashioned washing
You save hn.ll the time. It'e
easier. pleasanter, heelthter
work. Soaking the clothes In
PEARLINE end water loosens
the dirt. You rinse it out with
no rubbing. This soeking is
absolutely harmless- not so
with most soe.p-soe.king.
r<i on hia In* by his horse while Iro.lmc
tne animal out of the station house ata
hle* yn.-rorilay morning Fortunately the
1* . not broken, but it wss badly
bruised, atwl Patrolman ltelgnan was not
able to do .liny during the day.
St Mitt WITH THE roUCC.
The \nnil.er of I'arrolmen ..n the
street to He Inereasetl Use-tlsli.
Yesterday with the police, while it
eould no lw rslle.l a qule, day. was
eomparatlvel}’ dull, considering the sea
son. There were only fourteen arrests
up to midnight, and they were nearly all
on trivial charees. that of being drunk
and disorderly predominating
Jim Holmes, colored, was arrested by
Patrolman Ferrell, charged with assault
ing and cutting Peter Doing In lovers'
lane Holmes also cut Doing's wife, hut
neither she nor her husband was badly
H E Murray, colored, waa arrested
and sent to the Iwrracks charged with
breaking a bottle on the sidewalk In front
of Kngln. House No 1.
The arrests made up lo midnight, taken
I together with those of Saturday after
court had been held, make about forty*
live prisoners that will appear this morn
ing before the Hr, order.
Beginning at 7 o'clock this morning the
three reliefs In which the poltoe force is
usually .lidded will be made Into two
which will serve twelve hours each, until
the trouble that Is usually Incldena to the
season, ar.d which Is expected this year
also, shall be over
AT THE THEATEtt. /
Hoyt's •* t tltrtnlghi Hell" the Chrtat
"A Midnight Hell.” one of the late
lamented Hoyt's best comedies, will be
the Christmas mat.nee and night attrac
tion. The play Itself |e a most interesting
story of love and Intrigue, developing the
sweetness and fragrance of New Kn
land life, and character Alice Rosalind
will be seen as '"Dot,” supported by a
ompany of twenty-live people. Including
Harry S Robinson as "Deacon TtAd.”
(•ua Tate, th laid boy, "Martin Tripe."
ind lallie Lawson, specially engaged to
introduce her specialties. The production
Will! its old fashioned sewing circle.where
all the women in the neighborhood con
gregate to talk about their neighbors. Its
church choir. Its chool house scenes, and
the boys and girls sliding down hill. Its
old fashioned country dance, will be seen
here In Ms entirety.
Friday night "Whst Happened to Jonea"
will be the attraction The play Is well
known and greatly liked here. Every
hodv Is keyed right up to the pitch to
fully appreciate ano enjoy an u\ ....
trouble into w hb-fr poor Jones Involve.!
hlmseir The presenting company la
said to be a good one.
LOCAL PKR SONAL.
Mr. M C. Talbot of Atlanta la a gue*t
of the Screven.
Mr. H P. Martin of Condor Is register
ed at the Screven.
Mr J W. Moore of Atlanta t* reen
tered at the Pulaski
Mr John W Poe of Vtdaila I* regis
tered at the Screven.
Mr. II K. Pritchett of Dublin Is a
guest of the Pulaski
Mr. G. A Balaton of Brunswick Is a
guest of the Pulaski
Mr. C. M. Hammond of Seville Is regis
tered at th* Pulaski
Mr XV. T. Klder of Cordele Is regis
tered at th* Pulaski
Mr Thou Martin. Jr . of Bluffton. Is *
guest of the •Screven
Mr Alfred Foster of Waycroas la reg
istered at she Pulaski
Mr Jas H McKee of Beaufort Is reg
Istered at the lie Soto.
Mr E. M. Thor|>* of Towneend Is a
guests of the Screven
Mr. D. J. Gillen of Donaldsonvllle Is
.-egtstrred ut the Pulaski.
Mr end Mr*. S K Harmon of Lyons
are guests of the Screven.
Mr George P Wylly of Tlfton was a
gueet of the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. D E. Gamm.ige of Armstrong.
Fla., Is registered at the Pulaski.
Mr E. XV. Varn of Manassa* was among
the arrival* at the Screven yesterday.
Mr. A H Mcßae of Claxton was among
th* arrivals at th* Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. W. R Pittman of Thomasvllle was
among the guests of the Pulaski yester
Mr and Mrs. J P Solomons left yea
teiday for Scot!*., 8. C., to spend the hol
iday* with relatives
Bev. Hr. J. B Jordin and Mrs. Jor
dan will leave to-day for Allensville. Ky..
Ur. Jordan's former home, where they
will spend the Christmas holiday*
Ml** Edna Strong Middleton and Mis*
Miry H Bryan have returned for the
Christmas holidays from the Georgia Nor
n*l an.' Industrial College at Mll'-dge
vlUe Miss Middleton Is at her home.
No li Liberty atreet. west, and Mias
Bryan is at No. 31* Gwinnett street, east.
a ni HiiiiAK i% HER room.
txpfrUnrf of Aooo* Lad y \ laltar
Cordrle. Oa.. Deo 11—This mortrng,
about 3:30. Mine Marie M or* fort. who la
visiting h*r rioter. Mrs. William Hran-
Urott. was aroused by wmt on i**lng
hta hand* over her fare. Mloa Mont fort
immediately put on the electric light and
In time to oeo the retreating form of a
m-in through her window
Mr It C. Harris was sent for and
oulcklv responded lie Immediately vla
tted Hlchwnod convict camp for .log*, and
at 6 o'clock returned with the dog* but
they would not take the trail. As yet
no Clue to the burglar ha* been found.
Ml** Moot fort could not say whether or
not the Intruder was white or colored.
Tnc discovery wrae made before any rob
herj- of any consequence could be accom
rt.MMt:H O* A Tllllt.
Cleveland Parts to Take la Florida
aad t aha.
Bt Augustine. Fit.. Dec. S3.—The teach
ers of the Cleveland (O.) public school*
arrived lit this olty this morning on a
special train and spent the day sightsee
ing There are 110 In the part/ and thH
la their regular annual holiday tour. The
party will leave to-morrow morning for
Miami and will sail from there Wednes
day for Havana.
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY'. DECEMBER 24.11)00.
“IN THE FULLNESS OF TIME.”
niMlnr IS. M Ht MHttV* F.H%104
AT W WM.r.Y ITU 111 M.
lift* ir raifin at the F% rnln Srnlee
IM>rnril the framing of Christ
and ihe He a son \\ h > It Waa \ftl
( oltii lilrnt With tlie I rratlun i
t lie V\ orUl ITir Mrnn of fteUatloa
Wrrr l>*lovcl I nftl the World
Waa Head % to Receive Them— l tiod
!• I ndrr tihlluA t t*s to Catlaf)
the Mind of lian f the Trvlha of
III* Mrllulnn mid Me llaa Howe *o.
Bishop K R Hendrix, of Kanaai City,
preached un eloquent Christmas sermon
tit Wesley Monument *1 Church last nlfht
Bishop llendrlx a thoim was The Com
ing of Christ, In tne KulHmm of Time "
The t,u po war fully handled
from the |hilo*ophi<wl view-point of the
student of theology and history
Bishop Hendrix began hi* sermon with
a reply to those mho x'*rp ** the wisdom
of the plan that set* Christ into the
world so many thousaiuti of year* after
the birth of the flwt man H.d the divine
plan, he sakl contemplated that the sav*
in* grace shot®*! come to a few individ
uals or a fern nation*, it might have been
mine that the nieini of eat vat on ahould
l.ave been coln Id* nt with tho creation.
It had a broader scop*. a wider purpose,
"Uonsuler." said Htfthop Hendrix, "had
‘the glad tiding* of great Joy* come to the
world during the time of the patriarch*
or m those early day* when the world
w Am young, horn' 111 the morid would have
been prepared to receive them Wwh
m hat difficulty and danger would th*\
him- l*een tra:**m:tte*l from one eavag**
crit*e to another Horn flomdy and with
what inflnlte pain* they would have oem
ah**rt>ed by th*- nut lone of the earth in
th.it barbarous ege.
"Nay Chrlat came in the fulr.es* A>f
time, mheu the grain wit rlp* for the
harvest, when the m>rld was ready to
receive him. When clrctimatance* mere
such thAt proof of hi* coming anl of
the faetn of hi* life might bo pre*erved.
when It me* no long* lo*aibie for tne
p oughehare of mar to obliterate hta foot
"1 ray it In all reverence, but voicing
a deep vOm. tior. that God I* under >h
ligation*! to Mitiify mind o? man. Ruch
a* me are. he rink u*. and he ought to
give u* such ptoof* of the truth of hi*
religion as mil! remove from our mir*ls
the last doubt o? Ha divine origin
"This he ha* done Kvery fact of reve
lation 1* an historical fact, our religion
1* a *y*tem on an historic tail*. If f he
truth of theee fact* be disproved, then
Ine -on*olation* of the t'hnatlAii religliti
vanish wU'.\ them
• Take the Anal fact of the resurre tloti
of our lA>rd. I- I* the great teat of our
religion nd If It cannot Iw* proved, then
our hope* are vain But it can be A
gr*a German theologi in. mho nw that
ll held the crucial truth of Christianity
and determined that if he could disprove
it. Christlanlty would tumble o its fall.
*et a trout the effort with All the
ness and vigor of a trained *and educated
"He tested Ihe evidences In support of
the remurre*'tion in the light of every sur
rounding circumstance and weighed th* m
in the balance* of reason and experten c
He scanned them to find a discrepancy or
a contradiction, and for a time he thought
he had *Uv*ieeded But in hi* maturer
year* and as the result of maturer
thought, he reached a conclusion mhl h
he enunciated In this manner: ‘The res
urrection of. Jesus Christ l* •** much an
historical tact aa in*- ***■<***••• ~**• .*
Julius Caesar.' "
In this manner Bishop Hendrix vindi
cated the wisdom of th* divine plan of
•a.cation He said that in the ages that
have been God has had more than one
chosen people The Greek csaaitMshed
Intercourse between the nations *>: the
earth and carried to Its most distant lands
the blessings of education and the hnhtt
of thought The laitlns were she .great
road-builders and law makers. who
brought order out of chao* and connected
the nations, they conquered with their
own weli-governed little city by th. hank*
of th* Titter Th# Hebrew* hail the law
an.l the prophexs. and to them wa sent
th* Messiah, who wws to save the workl.
The name of Jesus Christ, sine* hi* ad.
vent U|n *arth. has been hsllssoluhly
linked with every event In the history
of mankind. The nations measure their
rise and fall from the date of hi* birth,
that date stands Mke a mountain range,
from which high eminence the plateaus
of the centuries mark the descent to the
Chr st ami the world' They ore twined
together." swld Bishop Hendrix "An well
seek to pluck from th* emlii*it air a
gleaming sunbeam and sepwrato the ray*
of which It 1* composed, as to separate
th# name of Jesus Christ from the history
The coming of Christ wo* deferred, said
the Bishop, so that man might com* to
nwliae the futility of all other syst-ms
of religion and philosophy They have
vanished frrm the world, these oi l pagan
religious and philosophies, and Christian
ity is triumphant. The people of the
world ooom to ci*t ih.u <mt> Mm
Is In the name ami the promises of Jesus
Bishop Hendrix preached at the morn
ing service at Trinity, hi* them.- there
la Ing. “I Am Come to Ho the Work of
the Lord." It was a strong ami powerful
€ H 4lt I.OTTE's PtH’t LATHI*.
Pol Ire t'onst Shows 37.752. a Gain
Over t'ensns I east.
Charlotte, N. C., Dec 33-This city
showed a gain of over iO per cent. In pop
ulation by the federal census, the city
being rated at 18.0*1. The count was
reetrleiod, of couta-. to the territory with
in tn* city limits. The nw cotton mills
end suburban towns built In the pad
ten years Join the city closely, being
divided only by th* corporate lines, ami
while not dissatisfied with the i-ount of
the governm-n' enumerators, the city
authorities ordeted a police census, which
would take 111 the enllrn city.
This census has been completed ami
shows n population of 27,7V-’ The police
count Inside the corporate limits showed
a gain of 1.811 over the federal census
Twss Lives I.net by Aallhmat I apslalna
at Tarpon Spring*.
Tarpon Spring*. Fla.. Dec. 23—The
body of W. II Bigelow. a wealthy Ver
mont winter resident, was found In the
hay to-day between the mainland and
the Island, where he had been drowned
by the capstklng of hi* sailboat One col
ored sailor w* also drowned, but the
body ha* not been found.
—There I* an epidemic of old-fashioned
mumps In Auburn. Ind . moat of the vic
tim* being adults. Physicians say that
never In their experience have they
known of SO many grown-up persona suf.
faring from this complaint.
For Infant* and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
DU. Dt*c\* ritITMIM 1 I ID.
Stricken With I'nmh Yeerd>
Mnrnliift and Fml Bw pee ted.
Dr. William Duncan Is A'r!tt< illy 111 at
his honuf on Gad Ogleahorpe ivemie arm!
practically no hope of his recovery i*
entertained by his attending pfiyalcian*.
Though for tome day* it has been known
ihiit Dr. Duncan's health mas m'M pre
carious. this announcement of h* desper
ate condition mill cause widespread grief
I}r Duncan has been for som* time .1
sufferer from Bright's disease and till*
las? attack has been a particularly acute
one On Saturday it weemed iti.it hi*
condition had Improved Mtid for a little
Urn** he m Miked about hi* room and his
residence, Yesterday morning he m.s
stricken m-ith paralysi* and hour by hour
his con ittton beA'omc more and more crit
ical. During the day he rallied for a, lit
tle time hut the improvement mas only
At an early hour this morning h m*i
reported resting quietly and the end mas
not Immetliately anticipated. No ho|w*
of his recovery, however, is held out to
••%VH %T*k l\ % MMKr
Two Winston t'hnrehlll's Meet for
Ihe First Time.
From the Baltimore Hun
Boston. Dr 17 —Two widely-known
young men. mho. because of a similarity
of name* have kept a considerable num
ber of persona on two continent* guess
ing. met in Boston to-day for the flrat
These men. mho had heard no much of
each other, who had lw*rrt reoeiv liwr each
other .- malt, and mho wi* most ot th-*
time separated by the Atlantic ocean. ,r
Winston Bpencer t’hurclilll. Kngdshmin,
memt*er of Parliament, soldier, war cor
respondent and lecturer. Aged Ji yeats,
and Winston Ghurchlll. American, author
of "Richard Carvel," aged ? years Tb**
young, slender, light hatred Kugltshman
was in bed at his room at the Touraivie
shortly after nost, when his leotur** man*
ager. MaJ J. 11. Pond, arrived with the
heavily-built, mx-foot American author,
fttnonih-ahaven. dark complexion, having
merry black eve* and with hi* stout form
incased In a Raglan of dark grav
"Mr Churchill. Mr Churchill. 1 *id the
The man on the bed turnedsover on hi
•We aid held out his hand
"I'm sorry to And that you are lll,**
said the Churchill in the Raglan, a* he
cm ugh t the outstretched hand.
"Nothing serious. I guess." sail the
other "Been traveling, vou know. but. I
gay. horn oame you by that name "
The author of "Richard Carvel"
'lt seem* that there have been Wins
ton Churchill* over here fer a good many
yeor.s," he rep Med.
Then there wa* a little talk, and It was
found that tli* two mm *e*med to b In
no may related to each other Winston
Bpon<4 r Churchill said he hod always
|t-k*ii form aid with pleasure to a meet
Ins with his namesake and the other
Churchill said something tn the same
"I m*as interested muen I rerad your
flrrt book." said thr young Kngdshmon
Didn't think a great deal of th it U*k.
but the i-ther on*-. *Hlhard I'arvel,* I
mas milling to become responsible for
"By thr may." said thr man on th
iwd. turning to MaJ. Pond, "how ab-mt
A< soon a* hi* tram reached Boston
thta mornina the Kngllsh Mr ChurchlU
and hb manager had driven to
oftlce in search of • |>* kage •“ mall,
whl*-h had been raNrscttd from Htltl
morr. The ywing JOnglishman. owing to
the fact that he has an American n.m*-
.take, and for other reasons more difficult
to explain, ha* ihH received any mail
since his arrival in this country It hod
been held up In New York and Haiti
more, and he was told at the Boston p* >*
office Shat it had been sent to thr Hack
1 lay wtatlon to hr deliver#*! to Winston
Churchill, of m Beacon street The malt.
:H>w*ver. has not bean found yet
I am afraid I have brrn putting you
o • .n*ller-ble inconvenience." said thr
young Amrrtcati to hi* new acquaintance
"Not at all," iwoteased the other, "not
at all. H Is your Infernal poatoffice sys
"Tou had the same advantage over me
In lam.lon not long ago." said the author
of "Blehard tNirvel " When 1 was stay
ing at Pown‘* Hotel In Igmdon I found
It ulmost Impossible to get m> mall They
compelled me to sign for It personally.
1 .lew swha ha.l hash mllMt hv
III*- lflll*lt ••*•
Maj Pond having pronounced the young
Englishman ready for his Boston lecture
the American Churrhlll departed, hut not
before an appointment had boen made for
dinner In 'he Dutch room of the Touralne
an hour later. After the Englishman's
valet who had been watching he tire en
gine* go by the hotel, end hsd been tell
ing everybody In sight that they were
"nothin' to the engines In Lunnon." had
fixed up hts master's lip where a Boston
( barber had ha. k*d II early In the morn
ing and dressed th youthful member of
Parliament In a suit of gray, the two men
of the same name met again In the din
ing-room. where the manager and a
voting Harvard student, a cousin of the
Englishman, were also of the party. The
pair of Churchill* sat for an hour or more
after the others has departed ami there
waa a running fire of talk all th* lime.
The author of "Richard t'arvell* rotd
about the hook on which he t* now at
work and which will be a sort of Houth
hefore-1 he- war-story, with some of th
preliminary fighting of the Civil War
"Haven't got enough fighting; ought lo
put more fighting Into It." was she com
ment of the Englishman.
L,*r they left the hotel together for the
Bom.-rset Club. Damon had n semporary
separation from Pythias In order to deliver
hl lecture In the Tremont Tempi e at
night They have promised to cultivate
each other's acquaintance.
wA hymn bonk which belonged to on*
of CronJ#'* drivers and which had been
perforated by a bullet brought *7 at a re
cent **l# In Iswolon
FINE FLORIDA ORANOEB.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES o. all
SEED RTE. SEED OATS.
HAT. GRAIN. TEED. FLOUR.
CHEESE. BEANS Pees. Rice Straw, etc.
W. D. Kimkins & Cos.
We Save You Money
Fire Works. Tos and dolia; *ea ua quirk,
DONNELLY DRUG CO..
Liberty and Price alrattt.
l’< Blf for noosisrfcl
rrlUlibti or uhsrsttMM
>f nq r ai mißbrisMi.
rsiaisss. smtS not
Bald hr ■* was teas.
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by oiprua K>Nl.<, fee
St on. or s n-.MI %. fa.
Ctrcaler mi ea reqaaak
•’Fit *ON 41,.
—>ecret -of my being abb to sell lady *
solid gold m at. he* for gv T l * American
gold fill* I motel li> years' guarantee,
F*. Atnerh an Ilvei lndv's match. 14 TV
diamond ting. sll . gents' gl<! eal ritig
$1 C. plain gM ring*. $1 *• ani up
baby's ring*, lift an.l up gokl *|*ectaelr*.
t 2 49 Fegeai* N h,*t itmughton. Ilalr.
Jewelry .i*| Hbnving Hupply House, th*
place m h**re tiair, platinum. * l*i silver, okl
gt>ll an-1 o!1 coin* are taken as * ash*
PCIIAFKR’H CBBKHRATKD FBI T
CAKRH FOB CIIRIHTMAH; BFST \l\
Tl Iti VI CT RRANTP OUKANKD AND
it AIHIN H HTFVMKD AND HTON’KD AT
HOMF TH >1 S’ I WINi: AND UVRGH
VA Hi KTY OF BMAI.!oAKF FYKIIY
THING FIRBT CLASS oRDKU KARLY
P MIAFIIH, 2I JLFFF.RBON AND !*>
GIVK Ml. YOt'R oRDKRS FOR FINK
Christmas poultry or for tin** nests
Jtv* P'i l*. Krikfr, market Ph >ne* T>
IF YOF WANT TIIK BKHT I*AI’NCH
made, write to the Mianus Motor W>rk fc
Mismift Conn . for tmilar nt*! price
The Mianus launch Is fast, reliable at.-I
p* onomn at.
LILIFS OF TUI* YAl.l.l'Y, MY
o*ll importation-- fn cold *to- ige read
to deliver every H.turbiy. l*-rav* or
deie with J Gardner agent. 12 Brough
ton street east. A C ttels.htg. nursery
opposite Cathoit Cemetery
KEF. CHFNIV A CO ooItNKB VV IIIT
aker and Idhertv straet*. heaK|uarten for
Chines** and Japanese fancx good*, teas
etc . at |om prb-ea. Oriental and Turkish
ornaments below cost price C-m* and
Hi lIAFKR S CKLKBRATKD HO.VIF
MAD K MINCF MEAT PIKS FOR
CHRIBTM Art DINNKR. ALL KIN 08
OF FRF IT I*l Kt* \l>4t' ORDER
KABLY I* HtTIAFKB 210 IKFFEIt-
SoN AND 120 LIBKRTV KAHT
HOLIDAY BFGB. CARPETB I*OR
tier*’*, la e (iirtains. nnl ** thousand and
osir irtlc|S.H t. g|gd*len thr good wife •
heart c p Miller, agent
“TOP will LIKI Tlin MILK FROM
Ppnngflell Dairy, it's rich nd pute. try
FLKGANT BKDROf M FIRVITIRK
dining ronnx furniture c.'dna closet*, si.
v* r cases, sideboard buffets, mirror-door
wardrobes, etc., our immense st*x-k mus*
b*- seer, t*> be appre**tate*i C p Miller
CHOICE LINK OF WILTjOW AND
cobbler seat rockers for the tvH lav . **
Teeple a 317 Brotighton, wet.
CANARIA AND GOLD FIMI J
Gardner. 12 Broughton street, ca t
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton ring up 11M If you want to
have your fumlmrs moved **r packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee pri ea
the same as I do the work that's given
to me. A S. Griffin. 414 Broughton <tr*et.
west, mattresses made to ordrr
M GILLIB* LACK CUBTAINB WILL
beautify your ra-lor
KLNrtINGTON FARM MILK !R UN
surpassed for rfehnegs; d< livery is per
fect. phone 2345
TKFPLK 18 BHOWINO A NICR LIVE
of carets matting rugs, shades. Ino
leum. cheapest tn town
IF ITS HI GH YOU WANT YOU CAN
get them cheaper fr< m McGillls
GILT CHAIRS TABLES. COtTHE?
coxy corner*, reception chairs, leather
• hairs, an Immense assortment at re*
sonable price*. C P Miller, agent.
WHEN YOU SEE M GILLIB* SIXTY
inch 99-ceni rugs, you will buy thpm.
Just can't help It. will sell In rr.y qu.m
"FURNTTURF MOVED WTTH CARE.
ta it atxaclaltv with M^iliill.
IMMENSE LINE OF RATTAN ROCK
era from fl.lt up to 115. C. P. Miller,
'M'OTLLIB IS cheat ON Rt ns' NETS
l*r curtains, hammocks. water muster*
pll'ows, pictures, stoves. b.dro*>m suit*,
and furniture of every description.
MILLER'S HOLIDAY GIFTS Koft
brother* and other fellows' brothel*
you Will have to . all and examine our
Immense line in order to thoroughly- ap
preciate the subject. C P Miller,
FOR A PRETTT BEDROOM SETT
parlor and dining-room furniture, you
should go to Teeple's.
KENSINGTON FARM 18 ON AN
elevation tn the country, free from elty
draipag* Impossible for milk to become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk. phon 2345 De
livery prompt, satisfaction guaranteed
M'GILLIS MOVES. PACKS SHIPS
and store* piano* and furniture; beat work
CTssT; S;. fbr*<*M*—nn *'i ‘Kfon
~MILLKRB HOI g!I AY GIFTB PO|t
nintara Mill other fallow*' alntars; foilrt
tub!**. Unity**’ d#**k* chiffonier*. picture*
o' ill kind* n- inl li- w*> will ha!g
you out (*. IV Miller i^nt.
TEWPLE CAN HAVE TOT' Mt>NKT ON
ftove* *teel rani***-. oil h'gier* and hot
atuff heater* 317 Broughton, w>*t
Ml I*l.Kit H HOLIDAY CJIFT£ foil
children; doll* and toy* of #v *rv derrif>
tlon; chair*, baby carrluge*. go-ngrt*.
velocipede*. tn>le*. i'*itrrf.4 vmiviiii, pa
trol wagon* C. I* Miller. agent
M'OILLIB BELLE H!XTY INCH ftUQft
—Smyrna pattern*— fo? F* rents.
“XMAH I’I.nWKHK ItOBEE HYA
cintfis nnd LlU** of tn* Valley; will h*
r*ady order* nollcllM J (lontner, 12
Broughton at real. cast, agent for o*l
!*• YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, orasr your lithographed and
printed *tfitl<m*ry and blank books from
liomSns Nswa. Savannah. Qa
t*n<)Tosi ii’ii y.
FOR A NEW YEAR* GIFT
thWs nothin* nlo*r or mnr#* appro|>rt
t* than a lowly photo of 'or
mother, father frlrn.l or atxl
WHftofTfi 8!k11o, 41 Hull fftro*t. th*
lUro tn *#*t It; you urn not "too lato;’*
fit io-*Uy n*l I will guarantee It In t
If you with It; crayon and water rotor *n
larfemniti •<! frnmcH a apcdally. .\f.
E 4 Wllnon, proprietor IV B.— Why not
have a photo taken lurlnr the nineteenth
century, anyway; hurry! hurry!
feet ara troubling you. call on me and I
mill give >ou relief. I cure Ingrowu.g
nails. <orna and all 4looi of tha (e#i
without pain; charge* reaMMhlt; can
glvr tha beat pfertncei In th# rltjr; i*-
tienta t raw ted at realddncea; order* call
ba left at Llvtncuton'a drug tora, Hull
and f'ongre** trata; talaphona 2W Lem
Davt* nurgeon chirofOilli
Htti.r %v % vrt:D—ham*:.
WANTED. OFFICE AMTItTAKT.
young man, '-Ingle; good penman Quirk
at figure* Addreui Earle. Orhwalkee. <;•
“WANTED BALSAM AeV WITH KB
taWl*her| Botthern trade, roptract Jan I
for 12 month*. Addrea* till* paster.
HEM* W.l % TKIL-YKSA LR.
WANTED. (JOVKRNTJIB RY)H OIHLH
weß-advaixed In literary onurae ami
mualc; will egf hanga reference*. J. t).
Oberry. Wlllacoochaa. G*.
MAGICIAN CAN HE ENGAGED FOK
emertwlnmana* and children * pwrtle*. H
8 Morning New*.
“competent double- BNTRY
bookkeeper and office man want* poaitlon;
recommendation* and bond given. Ad>
4r*s Competent, cara News office
w %\tf.ii—Misrp.i.i. ivmit 1.
rented, ami rent* collected by Rob’ If
Tatem, real estate ie.iler, 7 York street.
WANTED FOR CARII DOGWOOD
an*l i*er*lnui*>n log* Rout hern llardmood
Company. P O Boa *•?? Charleston, 8 C.
IF YUU WANT A PLACE TO DUMP
earth, dirt, rand, manure, etc fie* of
barge Jo*t at c?ty ltmtt- hauling over
hard road write or telephone Itromn
Bros . corner A tide? son and Last Itrvrad
IF YOt WANT OOOf MILK GET IT ,
from B|iringnld Dairy . Id rich, pure and
ADVERTIBEMENTR IN CAP
IT V I*B WILL RFLPRINTED IN CLAR
81 FI ED A DYE l’ nHKMKNT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENT® A WORD NO AD
VI'RTDK M LNT TAKIIN FOR LESS
front room, all conveniences. 30C Ulxerty,
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
room, business center, rent moderate 410
Bryan street, east
' \l*Vi;|t riSLMLNTb SET IN CAP
VTALft WILL BE PRINTED IN CL V 8
BIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VKRTIfIE VII. NT TAKEN FOR LESS
FI. AT* Fill! HIIH
FLAT THREE liOOMH FURNISH I'd*
or unfumirb*d, auttgbln for housekeep
ing 111 Last I Abort).
.*. ARKRCOKN STREET. FOR RENT,
i flat, stmt item exposure, fiirulshe*!, or utt
I furnishett. en suit** or stngi*
N* 217 V\ aid burg *tieei. vast, between
Abcrocrn and lAncoln, flri<iaM ord-r
ar.d condition; every convenience Runt
retd to right tenant Estate B.ai<*m *n
Cohen, Weet Broad and Broughton itreeta
' FOR RENT op. HALE. THAT MAG
nifleent residence *n the fOtilheast corner
of Gwinnett and Barnard *;reeia I D La
TO RENT THE NEW 2-STORY
house. 21'* Thirty-eighth street west, near
Rirnar*! furntsbe*! or unfurnlshed will
b* rented for h \*-ar or term of year*,
t a g*'*i tenant, ll has n parlor, dining
t room, kitchen and storeroom, on first
floor, and three he and bathroom
and water doset n werord floor Als
j bor and cold water, g*s. tooking rang*
j and gas stove A large yard, with fruit
trees l(en# with furniture and flour**
fc ier month or without, 130 |*er month
Apple on preirtiJ**--*
~rrß RKNT, !-RfK>M HOt'BR. Itll*
timr -k. near Burroughs. g 7 f<U per month
j c Mendel. €?A East Liberty,
j To RENT IN MARI/IW, A DVV'KLI,
Ing containing five r*om. a dining room
tnd kitchen, five seres of land, a barn
j ,nd stable Apply to VV T McConnell.
1 Marlow. <*e
roll RENT THAT DEBI RA RLE RES
! I dance No <tglefhnri>e avenue west
near Barnard, immediate pnesewalon Ap
;*ly ne*t door, or .1 C Postell, 12 Bay
~FR RENT SEVERAL DESIRABLE
J re*lden< es th<iroughly renovgted Applv
A Wyily artnt 12 Brvart street, ea-^t
FOR RENT. SIX ROOM COTTAGE.
Twelfth an*l West Itroad, slh montli, go*l
locality, good tenant wanted Apply 4.Y 1
1 * west Mrs E F Tip pi ns
FOR RENT. 213 IIALL EAST *
roomr, ho# and cold water, also 71* Haber
sham, all Ir first-*• lass condition; imm*
'*• A rtr>l 1 VV VV Sainton.
Thirty-eighth street, east.
KOn RK.AT-MIV KUetAlsOt *.
FOR RENT CORNER UROUQHTON
AND west broad streets for
merey ocrrriEP by the savan
nah carriage AND WAGON CO. If
FOR RENT OR KALE. THAT EEle
gant farm, four on Augusta road
(pavsd). containing t*a hundred nd
i thraa arras, fifty of which ara under a
High mat* of cultivation. th*re ara on th
pi*cp ihraa dwellings. tw large lwrn
in I parking shod, a bn* iriMUn wnll;
avsrythlng In flrst-claas order; two rsiil
roada run Ihrnugn lha lanii I D. I-a
; Rorha .
ADVFRTIHF.MFNTS SET IN OAP
I ITAI4< WILE BE PRINTED IN r LAd
f aifIRD ADVEJRTIBF7MENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO Al*
VERT! BE M ENT TAKEN FOR LESS
j TUAN MTV
I nit *ll.l -UK 41 I v I 4 I I
TniI’KXTINT. LAND I.AROK
1 tract for sale. Gifford A Cos., Jackson
FOR HALF TIIOBK LOTH ON NINTH
atreet, rear Hast Broad, have only been
sold to first class parties, who will make
good neighbor*, end none others rati buy
Th# term, are very easy, and they *r*
, cheaper than any others In the vicinity
C. 11. liorsett.
“fob hale, a lot fob two hitn
dred dollars, easy term*, on Ninth etre-t.
near Last Mined, no city tsiailon C. II
FOR HALE IXITB ON NINTH STREET
near East Miond, no city taxes, at *2*o
each; twenty-five dollar# - ash. and easy
monthly payments. C. H Dorsett.
FOR HALE, MITS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad. *> 1200 each, will soon
he advanced to 1225. when a lot has been
pnld for I ran airing* to get a home
I bulk. C H Dorsett
RESIDENCE and BUILDINO LOTS
I for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Talem. real estate dealer. No- 1 Tork
: street, west.
“FtH-R IIHICK - HOKSBB. EAST
Broad, between Hull and McDonough;
two frame. M‘lamongh renting lltsi p-•
month; price M.Wto. atlso residence .112
Oglethorpe east Apply 3111.
ADVKBTIHKMENTS HET IN CAP
ITAIV WILL BE PRINTED IN CLA
SIKIED ADVEBTIHEMKNT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENT* A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR 1J533
FOR SALK—m.*€'Kl.l.AhnOt t.
A FREE HAMBLE OF BENZOIN
Balm for , liaps and rough skin, given to
any lady calling at Berne's drug store*.
Henry and Ahercorn, Taylor and Whlta
IF YOU'VE GOT TWO LUNGS LEFT.
H..V Rem will cure your cough; a dolkir
Bottle guaranteed to cure or money re
funded. Persae'e drug stores
* WOOD WOOD. WOOD; ALL KINDS
and sixes, reasonable prl-c, satisfaction
guaranteed Brown Bros.. Anderson and
East llrond streets
FOR SALE CHEAP. BOYS', OlHldt'.
gents’ and ladle*' hlcy les. *ho|>worn;
practically a* aood aa new $lO, 115 !2>>
ami 125. al> full line of I9n| mrslels I
have the flnest line of Wcyc'.es In the
‘ cky. I sell cheaiier than any otlg-r deal
er. Come and see for yourselves before
purchasing elsewhere. C. B. Westoo,l, 410
Bull, cottier Jones lane.
Tfor Sale, sai/jon h outfit, fine
counter. Ice oox, beer pipe, faucets, wal
nut table-, chairs, at Seventh ami Bull
| streets Chas. Heller.
“fire proof safes wk Alt by A
fie* line of fire proof safes In Mock at all
time* Th* parties can see exactly what
they are getting. Our prlcsa are aa low
as manufacturer* a*tl It. with freight glid
ed Parties Interested, wlttt wish e good
fire proof eaf*. will do well to inspect
our st or k. Uppsnan Bros., Llppoaon
iMock, agent* for manufacturers
At mos WAI.ro TMf DAY*
We ft| J Jell rtf 11 Ii m
l'miio, origin a I *osf MO, Ma •*•*' St HMHUR
Organ, only |u uee two months. Fine Oak
Fine mile |
Umbrel.it*. Silverware, i vamps. Table*.
Kkleboard, Hewing Machine. Carpet® HAII
B<a(s. toadies' Aults anl !#pea. Men**
Hulls atut Pants nvenowts. 1 Lwdy'*
Hieartts Wheel, orlv used twice, 1 Man'*
Da vton Wwahhurn MnwMki
Savannah Auction and • -mmission Cos.,
II! Whitaker Hr A Wlnerlght, AU'*fton*gf
After utirtmu we will sell wt private
aaie balance of the day
1 •*n * v 1 1 xt I*. . 1 xxnot a.
••*"! stand Vl*lres* G. 8.. are of Newra.
row®, with YouNdCalve®, rot
*** Ca.l 471 Weal Boundary arrest. *eo
It I" >-Kill NT* HKT
ITAtrfi 'VIM. ItK rRTNTKD IN CUAtt
*lKin> AnviORTHirMKNT -OI.tJMK
yon T\\n ITXW A WORI> NO AD>
VIRTIHKM! XT TAKKN TOR I.E.AS
- lll ■ • XJMH
!.<< I till I Ol>M>
U>Hl .-"MAM, WTIITK PfW! WtTK
I* i k h-Ml .1.1 IxU.'k on leff •<*s*.
| k*l* rati ears not dipped Rewtird f? P*
tire*l 10 J L Vrcher. Provklent HulkL
“dm NI * LIVER AND WHITB
|s*int* t .loir in <’am*len * ounty. *ienrgla.
wier * it* hav. ►*!>• by proving i*eop
• rt\ ami |w>ing exitertsew. 4*. care Morn*
Ing New a,
FIM r V I IOA u.
RTVIH-lNTt* <>N' ' ROM, OF HONOR”
for th** third s . 1 tt< rnmth. axeragso
1 *ver per cent In conduct and enidlea:
Edgar Burg*- Barer * oil Ine. Edward
! Kessel, Wit ler K*- *e|, tll.bert la#ng,
j George ll laiitgv Ralph Metggcr, Frank
Met agar Taliaferro. Principal XU
| Hull etreet
large room, w ttji board, at 113 Jones, weet,
PLEASANT ROOM*' WITH GOOD
Iwtini, 14 Oglnthorpe. west. .
HI lIM M f|
AD\ ERTIHEMENTB BET IN CAF
ITAIiH WILL PE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CENT® A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN TOR I ACS®
< rn r xrvrriuik ir
I Mil*. AI-M.I OKATW* ANI PA RTS
I*l T IN ANI* RKPAIHKD I* H KIER
v I" STATE (.TICKET, WIWT
VOI R IMH.I.AR Wll.l. 110 A8 far
wltli us as ten anywhere else, a full ltnw
•►f erockery. tinware, stnvee. etc., on eaay
term#* A C. Prl ** A 00., Htate and Jef
ferson 'Phofiee K#
WE ABE HEADQUARTER* FOli
sewer pip*-, fire brl<k, fire clay, oils a*t
1 varnishes, give un a all Adtama P lng
DON'T TROUBLE YOURSELF ABOUT
i moving your furniture, relaying your car
pets or matt tag Perry A Benton will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
OUR GERMAN READY MTXffiS
iraint l wld und-T a ginrantee; have yo#lr
House (minted with [I Alkali Paint (’oi®*
FIRKW<RKB . FIREWORK®’ ETRE
i works, a large stock of flrewrorfcs •• r#M
I need prk’es H Bernstein, comer Hough
ton ami Jefferson,
WE ARK HEADQUARTER® FOR
mantels, from P* *uhd to 3& canft. you*
.*i,4 <nvfl earhwnged for a now one. A.
r price it Cos. State and JefTeraott
streets 'Phone* iM>
" MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED * ENT®
in every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash at the Hputhern Grocery Company,
IM Barnard atreet
PERRY' A RENTON IY> HTATfI
•tieet. west, will move pack ehtp or *tora
xour furniture at short nolle#; also rsn
ovate your old mattrensew at IHtla cost,
Beil ‘phone 1124.
■'WANTiib ONB THOtAD
*ry pmrl> at th* Bouih*m Oroctfy Com
puny. HI R.rninl airml
I.Rt'MS’ I.Rt'MR' r>Rt’ MR' DM At.!,
...vl lra .Ir.im, at rodu.-wl price*. (I.
HrriMlrln roniro Hrouxhtnn and J*lT*r,
a vi.'i: i.iNi: or iuviund’ and
Krrmh rhtnn nip* n4 naucara at aarrl
•lr-ln* j.rl.-ro 8 H,rn,t*ln. iitmrr Itmuch*
, ton atnl Jaffaraon. I
IK vor VIM. I.TTT t'B KHTIMATB
..n your iliimttf>x arork yoi will b* .xtn
i ..... ...t *hut .. aro rh.iwr than anv on*
,l.p A r IMm A i’o . RUU A Jaflfer
mki atrroti*. 'Phonro *M
A m,I. t,INF, OF ORATES Jl’i*T
r*,lvnt will a,ll any or Hta- -".parot*
lairth A l im- Palm > omianr. Ml C..0-|in*
|in* air-*i. w*t.
nriil 'T, TOUR I.IVINO PkTKNSU
hy lnv*atln( your horo-*arnMt hard . a.ty
with tha Hn.itharn Orocary Company. 114
“MOTHER GOOSE CURVED,”
For sale at all News Stands In Savannah.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notlre Is hereby given lo all fwrsona In
terested that the estate of Joseph 8 F •
Harbour, deceased. Is unrepresented and
that In terms of the lew administration
a 111 he vested In Jordan F. Brooks,
county administrator, on the firs* Monday
tn January, neat, unless objections arts
Witness, th* Honorable Hamreon L.
Ferrlil. ordinary for Chatham county,
tills the *h day of November. I*oo.
FRANK K KKILRAOH,
n*rk C. 0.. C. t*A
“■TATE OK GEORGIA. COUNTY OP
CHATHAM Notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned has applied to the Or
dinary of Chatham county. Georgia, fop
leave to sell for the purposes of distribu
tion. an undivided one-naif I merest tn
three stiares of the capital stock In th*
Aug'is'a and Havannah Railroad, as per
certificate No 3IK dated Jan. I. lk*4. Is
sue,t to John tiersven. guardian for Lila
M and Martha R Hcrevatt; said undivid
ed one-half Interest being the properly of
tn# estata of M B. Wylly. late of sakl
county, deceased RaUl application will
t. heard at the regular term of the Court
of Ordinary for said county, to be held
on the ffrst Monday In January, Hg|.
This loth day of December, I*oo.
A C. WYLLY JK . .1
Administrator u|>on the Estate of M. R.
Wylly. deceased, ;d;iM
MI.\(iLEI)OKhT &■ CO.
Telephone 553. .
510 Indian atreet. Savannah, Oh.
J. D. WEED 9c CO
Lfatbtr Beltlas. Sim Pickin 4 Hose
Agents <* NEW YOKJC MUBUKh
lIk.LT4.NG and VAChJLNU CUBE AN L