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NOW HAS RIGHT
TO SEE HIS BOYS
ON EVERY OTHER SUNDAY.
JIBS. MARY LENAHAN MIST LET
CHILDREN BE WITH FATHER.
He fan Keep Them Only Until Sun
down— Alao Haa Privilege of See
ing Them Oil Tuesday and Thurs
day Afternoons, Says the Decree ot
Judge Cann—lf He Meets Them on
Street He May Speak to Them and
Caress Them, and Mother is En
joined From Interfering.
The plea of W. 'M. Lenahan for the
right to at least sometimes see his
own children has been granted by
Judge Cann, though there are only
certain times that he has this privilege.
And never will he be allowed to see
them after sundown.
The case came before the court when
Mr. Lenahan took out a writ of ha
beas corpus against his wife, Mrs.
Mary Lenahan. The petitioner stated
that his wife had separated from him
and taken with her their two minor
children, Edward J. Lenahan and Dan
iel W. Lenahan. Since that time she
had refused to live with him, and had
even denied him the privilege of see
ing his children.
He claimed he was well able and
willing to provide for the support of
the children, but that she would not
allow him to go near them, and that
she was prejudicing the minds of the
children against him. He prayed the
court to pass an order giving him the
custody of the children, and it was this
cause which was argued before Judge
See Them Every Other Sunday.
After hearing all the evidence the
court decreed that the petitioner must
pay each month the sum of sls to
ward the support of the children. In
return the wife is commanded to al
low him to see the children “every
other Sunday in each month from 10
•a. m., until not later than sundown,
and also in the afternoons of each Tues
day and Thursday, from 4:30 o'clock
until not later than sundown.”
The order of the court provides that
on the stated Sundays the children shall
he sent to the home of the petitioner’s
mother and for the entire <fay shall be
solely in the custody of Mr. Lenahan,
or such persons as he shall authorize.
Before sunset, however, they must be
sent back to their mother and under
no circumstances must they be kept
The same method shall be followed
with the week-day visits, only in this
case the man must notify the worrtan
that he desires to see the children be
fore noon of the stated days. When
this notice has been received then she
shall send the children to him, to be
kept by him until sundown.
Can Caress Little Ones,
It is further provided that in cases
of sickness the father can visit the
children at any time and without send
ing notice, provided that such visits
shall not be continued to the annoy
ance of the mother.
If at any time he meets the children
on the streets he has the privilege of
speaking to them and “may caress
them." The mother is prohibited from
interfering with this right and is also
enjoined from attempting to prejudice
the minds of the boys against their
These privileges are to continue only
so long as the man shall pay the sls
monthly to the mother. These pay
ments are to be made on the 10th of
each month to Mr. J. K. P. Carr,
clerk of the Superior Court, and he
will turn the money over to Mrs. Len
This decree of the court ends one of
the most pathetic cases that has come
before it in years. There is no divorce
action pending between the parties,
and probably none will be instituted.
AN ANGEL OR'a MASON
THIS WOMAN CLAIMED.
Jury Wns Uncertain About Her Sani
ty and Will Try Her Again.
I .aura Carter, colored, yesterday,
faced a lunacy Jury in the Court of
Ordinary, but no verdict was reached.
The account of the woman’s actions
in the past were somewhat weird and
pointed undoubtedly to the fact that
she was “all to the bad above the
But yesterday she talked in the san
est manner, and insisted that she was
not crazy. The Jury decided it would
be best to keep her at the jail for ten
days more, in the hope there will be
developments that will enable it to
determine the case.
Laura’s chief trouble seems to be
she is not certain whether she is an
angel or a Mason. The jury had no
trouble in determining that question.
The first ballot showed in its opinion
the woman was neither. When closely
questioned she also seemed to have
doubts as to just which organization
she was attached. She admitted she
had once disrobed for the purpose of
receiving a heavenly visitant, but she
was disappointed and the angel didn’t
The case is a strange one and the
action of the jury in postponing a
verdict until it learns more about the
woman's present condition, is deemed
to be the wisest that could have been
Fernanilinn l'ort Ncwo.
Fernandina, Fla., Dec. 10.—The Brit
ish steamship Pydua, after loading
here for the past week was already
to go to sea when the master. Capt.
Crowly, discovered that a portion of
his crew had deserted. Capt. Crowly
Is well and favorably known here,
having made several trips from Eu
rope to this port.
The Dutch steamship VooTburg nar
rowly escaped becoming a total wreck
on her last trip across. The vessel,
from some cause, got into shallow wa
ter on entering the harbor of Rotter
dam, The sea was very rough and the
master applied oil on both sides of the
bow of the steamer. This reduced the
roughness of the sea to such an ex
tent that he was enabled to get Into
the channel. The Voorburg Is a regu
lar trader to this port. She will re
turn Immediately, bringing a part car
go of canned goods to Savannah, then
coming to Fernandlna to take a cargo
of phosphate for Rotterdam.
The appointment of Hinton J. Ra
ker hs United States coimniealoner at
this port la ex pc ted In the near fu
*l>ir!iiiai|.|' s Fredli'tlvM la Douglas.
Douglas, flu., Dae. 10. —Douglaa poo-
Tie have been interested in the erpoel
tlon of antrituailam by Rev. N. tl
Buckley of Chicago. Thursday night
he !■ lured and gave exhibition of hi*
Wonderful power, Last night standing
mom was at a premium For two
noura he held hts audience epeilbound
with hie 4mnnelretine Among other
<l ii.ga he predicted the sudden death
rum heart failure of a mart who will
?tep dead at I o’etoeh Monday flfleet,
f*uai Um postali wmt.
POLITICS STIR FITZGERALD;
BONDS, THE MAIN ISSUE.
Fitzgerald, Ga., Dec. 10.—There is a
lively interest In politics here just now.
The Justice of the peace election was
little less than a frantic struggle. The
winning candidate had a majority of
out °f a little less than 500 votes.
The municipal Campaign will have
a number of features, though the bond
question and the liquor question are
leading. The city is in its crucial stage,
financially, its credit is good, and
its bonds in demand above par, with
‘a margin of $45,000 between the present
indebtedness and the limit of bonded
liabilities. This fact has resulted in a
demand for more public improvements,
and an attempt is being made to issue
bonds for $40,000 to begin a sewerage
system and enlarge the w*ater and light
The sentiment against the election is
so strong that the sum named in the
notice has been reduced from $40,000
to $15,000, with the specification that
the money is to be used only for en
larging the water and light plant.
The underlying object of this economy
is to keep the tax rate as at present,
1 per cent.
Morning News barometer, Dec. 10.
11:30 and. m 29.91
Morning News thermometer, Dec.
10, 11:30 p. m 51
Washington, Dec. 10.—Forecast for
Sunday and Monday:
South Carolina—Fair and colder
Sunday; Monday increasing cloudi
ness; fresh northwest winds.
Georgia—Fair Sunday, colder in east
portion; Monday increasing cloudi
ness with rain in northwest portion;
light to fresh northwest, to north
Eastern Florida—Fair Sunday, cold
er in north and central portions; Mon
day fair, diminishing northwest winds.
Western Florida —Fair Sunday; Mon
day rain; fresh northeast winds be
Yesterday’s weather at Savannah:
Maximum temperature 3
P- m 71 degrees
Minimum temperature 3
a - 111 55 degrees
Mean temperature 63 degrees
Normal temperature 53 degrees
Excess of temperature 10 degrees
Accumulated excess since
Dec. 1 55 degrees
since Jan. 1 209 degrees
Rainfall 05 inch
Normal 10 inch
Deficiency since Dec. 1 .. .49 inch
Deficiency since Jan. 1 9.81 inches
River Report.—The hight of the Sa
vannah river at Augusta, at 8 a. m.,
(75th meridian time), yesterday, was
8.0 feet, a fail of 0.6 foot during the
preceding twenty-four hours.
Observations taken at the same mo
ment of time Dec. 10, 1904, 8 p. m„
75th meridian time.
Name of Station. | T | W| R
Norfolk, cloudy 26 N .14
Hatteras, clear 40 NW T
Wilmington, e'ear 44 NW T
Charlotte, clear 40 W T
Raleigh, clear 32 'N .01
Asheville, pt. cloudy .... 32 NW .02
Charleston, cloudy 60 NW .0)
Atlanta, clear 42 NW .01
Augusta, clear 52 NW . 00
Savannah, clear 59 N .01
Jacksonville, clear 64 iNW .08
Jupiter, pt. cloudy 70 W .00
Key West, clear 72 jW .00
Tampa, raining 68 jNW .16
Mobile, clear 54 IN .00
Montgomery, clear 52 W .00
New Orleans, clear 56 N .00
Galveston, clear 60 N .00
Corpus Christ!, clear 62 N .00
Palestine, clear 54 |NE .00
H. B. Boyer,
Fernandina, Fla.. Dec. 10.—At a
meeting of the Board of Trade the
projected boulevard to the beach, to be
built under the supervision of a gov
ernment expert, was fully discussed
and indorsed. Maj. Duryee presented
a letter that he had received from a
large tobacco company in New York
who desires to locate here, asking what
inducements would he offered. During
the last session of Congress a bill was
introduced by Senator Talliaferro for
a public building at this port. The
board decided to make an appeal to
the citizens in general and to the Pi
lots’ Association and other public
bodies to co-operate in the effort and
do everything possible to effect the
passage of the measure.
Manager Bacon of the National
Transportation and Terminal Company
reports a big month in naval stores
The space north of the Centre street
wharf has been bought by Stephen
Chadwick, a wealthy tugboat man, and
he has contracted to build a wharf,
one of the largest and best in the
Cambridge Ranaeri Wan.
London, Dec. 10.—The twenty-fifth
annual Oxford-Cambridge cross coun
try run took place at Rochampton to
day. distance seven and a half miles.
Cambridge won, taking the first three
places. The best time was 47 minutes
17 4-5 seconds. W. R. Schuett of
Cornell University, the Rhodes scholar
of Oxford, was fifth.
The Toilers in Our
No workmen in the world can do so much
or use the same intelligence that our own
American work men and women are cana-
Ible of. That ia why
America is now beating
the world in! manufac
tures ; all due to the
brain and muscle of our
Yankee men and
there is smoke, dirt and
dust and little sunlight
there also can be found
the germs of disease.
Nature's great diainfec
in the factory, the work
shop, the office, that
men and women suffer
from diseases which are
Bftr'SnsJo ' *" the dust and the bad
FawiAjtois J air. Such disease
l&rfS m t germs enter into the
I gxj f blood in two ways.
818 either through the
m - luugs or stomach.
——U /*" After years of experi
ence in an active prac-
l nm Wi tice, Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y., discovered a remedy
that is a blood-maker and tisane-builder,
at the same time alleviates a cough. He
called it Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Dis
covery—an alterative extract that assists
in the digestion and assimilation of the
food—so that the blood gets its elements
from the products of digestion, the liver at
the same time is started into activity and
there ia perfect elimination of waste mat
ter. The germs of grip, malaria, catarrh
or consumption find a fertile field if the
body is not kept in perfect order and
the blood pure,
Because the stomach ia diseased there
ia a diminution of the red corpuscle* of
the blood. Tills ia why one 1* sleepless,
laugald, nervous and irritable (Sensitive
-tomaebs groan aloud at tbc irritating rod
liver oils, but they will get ail tbe food
• o meats the tissues >.quite by using tbe
"Golden Medical Discovery "
Tbe ’’Discovery* is absolutely a non
a too Italic and non narcotic nsMHt,
Thera is nothing rise “Just as good *
Dr Plane's Aaasant pellets, tbe heat
isaotiva for o*4 and rssng people They
wn tswngiiisi and kil *rgfr‘'**
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
the value of charcoal.
FVw Peoplj Know How Useful It Is
In Preserving Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that char
coal is the safest and most efficient
disinfectant and purifier In nature, but
few realize its value when taken into
the human system for the same cleans
Charcoal is a remedy that the more
you take of it the better; it is not a
drug at all, but simply absorbs the
gases and impurities always present in
the stomach and intestines and car
ries them out of the system.
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating on
ions and other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and im
proves the complexion; it whitens the
teeth and further acts as a natural
and eminently safe cathartic.
It absorbs the injurious gases which
collect in the stomach and bowels; it
disinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal in one
form or another, but probably the best
charcoal and the most for the money
is in Stuart’s Charcoal Lozenges; they
are composed of the finest powdered
Willow charcoal, and other harmless
antiseptics In tablet form or rather
in the form of large, pleasant tasting
lozenges, the charcoal being mixed
The daily use of these lozenges will
soon tell in a much improved condi
tion of the general health, better com
plexion, sweeter breath and purer
blood, and the beauty of it is, that no
possible harm can result from their
continued use, but on the contrary,
A Buffalo physician In speaking of
the benefits of charcoal, says: "I ad
vise Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all
patients suffering from gas in stom
ach and bowels, and to clear the com
plexion and purify the breath, mouth
and throat; I also believe the liver is
greatly benefited by the daily use of
them; they cost but twenty-five cents
a box at drug stores, and although
in some sense a patent preparation, yet
I believe I get more and better char
coal in Stuart’s Charcoal Lozenges
than in any of the ordinary charcoal
To Attend Forest Convention.
Atlanta, Dec. 10.—Gov. Terrell to
day appointed the following delegates
to attend the annual convention of the
American Forest Congress to be held
in Washington, beginning, Jan. 2: J.
W. Oglesby. Quitman; J. Lee Ensign,
Tifton; J. W. Pope, Atlanta; J. B.
Norman, Jr., Norman Park, Colquitt
county, and W. E. Candler, Blairsville.
Large shipment just received—
2, 3 and 4-ply. See us about it.
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
EMPIRE INVESTMENT CO.
Makes “quick loans” to the right par
ties on the most liberal terms. Let us
serve your wants. Suite 20, Provident
building. Phones, Bel 1, 1117; Ga., 2844.
GREEN GROCERY STAND
From JUn. 1, the late J. T. Fleming’s
green grocery, No. 303 Henry, west, can
be rented by a desirable party.
Wm. J. MISCALLY, JR.,
PROPERTY OWNERS DO NOT
wait until ordinance requiring you to
connect to new house drainage is en
forced. It will pay you to have it done
at once by the former Inspector of
plumbing, W. H. COSGROVE,
123 Drayton Street.
FURS NEVER GET OLD.
Old furs may be converted into
new. I refit, recut and make over furs
so that as scarfs, etc., they are late
style. Phone 844.
PARTRIDGES TO BURN
.TAS. J. JOYCE’S,
Liberty and Abercorn streets.
I Automobiles Come and I
I Oldsmobiles Cos. I
P If an automobile goe6 and keeps going it has merit. In ■
B buying you desire not only going ability —in other words, I
■ reliability—but comfort,beauty, power and the best construe- O
H We sell the Oldsmobile Light Tonneau Carat $950.00, Bj
H and with it Oldsmobile reliability represented by the most I
H comfortable and handsomest light car of the year, equipped
R with full 10 h. p. motor which will run 100 miles without Hj
|H need of stopping, speeds up to 30 miles per hour and has I
|| strength of parts quite out of the ordinary. H
■j Among it* notable fetturei found only on few of ra
H the higheat priced car* are tbe tiltingateeringpoit, safety 1$
H starting device, divided front seats, large roomy ton- p|
M neau, honey comb radiator, long wheel base, 3)4 inch H
B tires, 30 inch wheels, easily removable body. H
B The cars are the result of the longest and most sue- IB
I cessful automobile experience in America. fj
eM Write for our new Art Catalogue.
U Oldsmobile 7h. p. Standard Runabout, $650.00; Touring Run- Q
_ : about $750.00. All price* f. o. b. factory.
I OLDS MOTOR WORKS, Detroit, Mich. I
| T. A. BRYSON. 242 BULL STREET. SAVANNAH, GA. |
Now for buying an Automo
bile and enjoying the most de
lightful season of the year.
Look over the following list,
come in and see the machines
and let us make you a practical
demonstration at your conven
The “Ford” Runabouts
and Tonneau Cars.
The “Ford” Touring Cars.
The “Michigan” Light
And last but not least
A complete line.
Repairing and Storage.
We have unequaled facilities
for repairing, storing and car
ing for Automobiles of all
makes, furnishing new parts
for same and charging electric
vehicles. Our service is prompt,
our work is done properly and
our charges are reasonable.
Sundries, Supplies, etc.
We have a complete stock of
spark plugs, spark coils, tires,
tubes, lamps, horns, repair
parts, etc., and the best dry
batteries made. If we cannot
give you satisfaction and save
you money, it’s because you
won't give us the opportunity.
We now have several comfor
table machines on hand for
renting purposes, and will give
good service and at reasonable
rates. Try us.
Electric Supply Cos.
Phones No. 0. 309 Bull St.
A CHRISTMAS BAZAAR.
Mrs. Louis Llppman Is holding a
bazaar for the sale of Fancy Hand
made Novelties at moderate prices for
the Xmas holidays. All are cordially
invited to attend. Open day and even
ing, beginning on Thursday, Dec. 15,
and to continue ten days.
MRS. LOUIS LIPPMAN,
418 E. Huntingdon street.
LILIES OF THE VALLEY,
American Beauty Roses, Double
Violets. Something extra handsome
are these products of our greenhouse.
Phones 634. Ott and Anderson Sts.
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS.
Sack, Ton, Carload.
SEABOARD COTTON OIL CO.,
229 Bay Street, East.
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
Large stock bright new goods.
Special prices. Also Lime, Cement,
Georgia ’Phone, 347; Bell ’Phone, 425.
SAVANNAH LUMBER CO.
Can ull the Interest mani
fested in the
New 1905 Franklins
Scheduled to arrive this
Can dull the interest manl
the coming of the
Great Light Car,
The Powerful and Speedy
Four cylinders air cooled,
comfortable as a Pullman
yet Easier on Tires than
any other Machine. Less
cost to run a Franklin—yet
more pleasure—l9o4 Frank
lins have done excellent
work—but In the new model
—the Franklin has its own
way towards superlative ex
Light Touring Runabout
Is a most acceptable holiday
gift. Let us send one to your
wife. It Is such a handy
machine and pleases every
body. For the money, its
the 1905 event in Auto
mobiles. Quick to handle.
Easy to operate, fast, nice
to ride In and reliable. We
have an ample stock of
these Olds Light Touring
Runabouts on hand and can
fill orders on a moment's no
tice. Don’t forget the low
price $775.00. Its so very
cheap for such a good ma
good old reliable
member of the Bryson
household. Nothing better
in its class. Go out any
where and see what it is do
ing. Always at work,
and doing something. The
Cadillac, is one of the most
reliable machines sold.
We sail, too.
The Pope Toledo
The New Garage.
Wo had hoped to say
how’dy, in our new building
on Christmas Day, but alas
it cannot be. More days are
necessary to the finish and
on the day of
in the year 1905 we hope to
get in and be settled.
'Till we do come over and
be welcomed in the street,
or lane. They are all nice
ly paved, and your shoes
won’t have the polish taken
off. Our force, though is
Just as good as If we were
in the Garage and any Job
can be done in the best way
known to the best men. No
delays here, but business
start to finish. Our service
is better than elsewhere,
thats a fact. No hot air
fabrication. Come and buy
a machine for Xmas. Treat
yourself right, buy the kind
T. A. BRYSON,
*42 BULL STREET.
and Facing Chippewa Square.
A BUSY DAY THISt SAVE
TIME BY TAKING DINNER AT
SOMMERS’ CAFE, UNION STA
INDIAN RIVER ORANGES.
Just arrived, Fancy Fruit. Prices low.
COLIJNS, GRAYSON & CO.
Both Phones 244.
Fire, Tornado,, Marine, Accident,
Sickness and Life Insurance.
Your Interest carefully protected in
any of the above.
W. T. HOPKINS, Agent,
18 Bryan street, east. Phones 219.
Chas. Inglesby, Manager.
Ten dollars will be awarded for the
best design submitted for a flag for
the City of Havunnah. All designs
must be submitted in colors and show
in some way the Coat of Arms or seal
of the city. The competition will close
Jan. 1. Address all communications
to JAMES M. DIXON,
COTTON IB ALL HIGHT.
I dye cotton Just as good as wool
Lace dyed to match any dress.
Feathers dyed and cleaned like
new. Gents’ Suits and Overcoats
dyed or cleaned to perfection. Blan
kets and lace curtains. Ditto dry
cleaning and mourning blacks a spe
cialty at GROGAN’S NEW YORK
DYE WORKS, Whitaker and Stute
streets. Both phonies 943. Estab
New Year Resolutions are NOW in Order.
RESOLVE TO-DAY, now, to do away with your
troublesome, antedeluvian, trouble making file
and instal anew, up-to-date
Y&E FILING OUTFIT
built on tbe keep together principal.
M. S. & D, A. BYCK,
Stationers and Office Outfitters,
CAN OIVE YOU EXPERT ASSISTANCE.
DESKS - - CHAIRS
You Would Not
Think of Visiting
A Blacksmith Shop
If you were looking for Diamonds,
nor do you expect the Manufacturer
who has produced nothing but the
cheapest Automobiles (and some of
these rank failures) to bring out some
thing worth considering. But you do
THE AUTOCAR CO. OF ARDMORE
Have a record for producing not only
the finest Cars, but all of them com
NO OTHER AMERICAN MANUFAC
That we know of, has sueh a record,
extending over such a period of time.
THE AUTOCAR CO.
Produce Cars the equal of any in the
world, of like horsepower. We are
not quite sure, but that they excell.
THERE WILL IIE NO CHANGES
In the Autocar for 1905. They simply
do not need It. Who else can say
this. The other fellow tells you to
"wait." wait for what. For you
to take the chances and prove wheth
er or not such and such a car will
run. If it does, will It stand up. If
you buy an
You buy a success, you buy a car
that was right years ago, and the
more we know of It, the more we
handle It, the more enthused we be
come with Its Incomparable qualities.
We want you to feel as we do that
the Autocar Touring Car, type VIII,
Is the best value that America will
produce for some years to come.
THE AUTOCAR RUNABOUT $900.00
THE AUTOCAR TOUIUNG CAR
We can supply first-class canopy
tops, with Glass Fronts, at moderate
prices, to fit all types of Autocars.
THE PIERCE STANHOPE,
Pre-eminently a professional man’s
Automobile. Reliable, Sturdy, Dur
able. The most luxurious riding car
built. These cars need no words of
praise. We carry a full line in stock.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is excelled by none, and we mean
this generally, not locally. We know
every make of car sold in this mar
ket, and most of the others. If you
desire the best workmanship, in the
shortest possible time. This is the
R. V. CONNERAT,
No. 18 State Street, East.
AUCTION SALES FUTURE HAYS.
UPRIGHT PIANO, POOL TABLE,
CARPETS, FOLDING BEDS, ETC.
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer,
Will sell Monday, 12, 11 a. m., at 22
Six carpets and art squares, 3 sofas,
walnut bedsteads and bed room sets,
4 folding beds, extension Boston couch,
pool table, lounge, very pretty llbr’ary
table, 3 adjustable chairs, lot of pic
tures, revolving bookcase, handsome
smoking set, with music box attach
ments, mahogany roeker, large Daven
port, sewing machines, platform scales,
refrigerators, baby carriage, heater,
ranges, g‘as stoves, water closet, lot
of wall paper, Imported soda water and
One upright piano, 1 Steinway
square, ordered sold, without reserve.
A small stock of notions, mirrors,
stationery, suspenders, daps, clothing,
ribbon, buttons, bells, handkerchiefs,
and sundry other articles.
A good, serviceable horse, buggy and
OGLETHORPE AVE. and BARNARD
CARPETS, MIRRORS FURNITURE,
CUT GLASS, BRIC-A-BRAC.
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer,
Will sell on Wednesday, 14th Inst.,
at 11 a. m„ at the residence on the
southwestern corner of Barn’ard and
Oglethorpe avenue, the entire contents
of said premises, consisting. In part,
The floor coverings on all of tho
rooms, carpets, matting linoleum and
oil cloth. All of the mattresses and
pillows, moss, hair and feathers, win
dow shades, bed and table linen, bed
steads .eiderdown sofa pillows, hand
some portieres, valuable lace curtains,
wardrobes, chairs, handsome set of
dinning room chairs and flfteen-foot
extension table, antique desk, refrig
erators, cedar chest, blankets, antique
etagere, mahogany ottoman, fine cut
Two very elegant parlor mirrors in
gilt frames, and a very large lot of
bric-a-brac, Including imported and
domestic ware, curios, a few articles
of cut glass and a great many articles
rare and beautiful.
I*"? 1 "- 1 ." - 1 lll.'l. !i"'l .IBS ■..'■3
Neither the owners, master nor the
agents of the British steamship Sidra
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew of said steam
ship. H. VOGEMANN. Agent.
So very popular has The
Delmonlco's Wine Depart
ment become that it has
been necessary for us to
treble the shelf space allotted
to tt. Day by day rare old
brands of foreign and do
mestic wines are added and
right now we have a stock—
a variety—that was never
dreamed of before The Del*
inonlco’s birth. We call es
pecial attention to this de
partment at this season, for
at Christmas a great deal of
wine is drunk and It is very
desirable that only the pur
est should be used. We sup
ply only the best that Is
known. We ship promptly
any orders that come to us
from the interior.
For Christmas Feasts.
Mrs. Housekeeper, you are
Invited to use us. Take ad
vantage of the great variety
of pure foods offered by this
store whether you are a reg
ular patron or not.
Plum I'utlillng Sauco.
Fancy Malaga Grapes.
Fresh Shelled Pccnns, Wal
nuts, Almonds, Etc.
English Fruit Cakes.
Cresca Washed Figs.
Stuffed Dates and Figs.
Crystallzed Orange Peel.
Crystallzed Lemon Peel.
Cooking Sherry and Brandy.
Mnple Syrup and Sugar.
Honey Comb Candy.
Gibson's Fruit Tablets.
Shelled Pop Corn.
Mail lard's Chocolates, Bon
Bong and Caromels.
Home-made Fruit Cakes.
We receive orders for
Home-made Fruit Cakes for
future delivery. They are
made by an expert who is
vouched for by The Delnion-
Ico. It’s not too late to order
your Christmas cake.
Rockdale Butter Is sold ex
clusively In Savannah by the
Pure Food Store. Butter by
another name Is not so sweet.
THE PITRE FOOD STORE.
pUUMON |c o
Bull and York. Phones 555,
SPEC IA I. XOTK KS.
20,000 POUNDS PRICKLY ASH
Must be free of wood.
LIPPMAN DRUG 00.
HOW’S YOUR PLUMBING?
242 Drnyton St. Phono 1077.
SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS,
19 York. West.
Cleaning:, Dyeing, Pressing.
Lace Curtains finished by steam.
Only skilled workmen employed.
Bell Phone 1145. Ga. Phone 1264.
A. C. OKLBCIUG & SON,
Handsomest Palms and Ferns In the
Southern states. Cut Flowers and
Floral Designs. Your orders solicited.
Both phones 496.
J. GARDNER, Agent, 18 Broughton
Have you seen It? Writes in two
colors. The latest models of the
Remington Typewriter are the only
machines equipped with this new de
parture in typewriting.
R. M. HULL. Sole Dealer,
10 Drayton street.
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