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And the great Mineral Baths may
prove a benefit for
And Gout, but is seldom lasting.
Prescription • U
Is effective in any climate at anytime. It is
a Blood-Cure Treatment, unlike any other.
From 3 to 6 bottles is the average for chronic
cases. So-called “incurables” may need
more. Not injurious. At druggists, 75c.
bottle. Write for Booklet.
VM n. MULLER, fnivcrsltj- Place. NEW YORK.
TO ONE FOR TIME;
SO WAS SHE MARRIED
ACCORDING TO THU lIKW THE
MORMON APOSTLE HELD.
He Took the Woman to Whom Hi*
Dead Brother Had Been Engaged,
Making Her Hia Second Wife—He
Would Have Her on Earth and Hia
Brother Would Have Her In the
Hereafter—Other Testimony iu the
Iteed Smoot Cane.
Washington, Dec. 14.—Testimony re
lating to the alleged polygamous mar
riage of the late Apostle Abram Can
non and Lillian Hamlin and additional
testimony concerning the obligations
taken by persons who pass through the
Mormon endowment house was offered
to-day in the Investigation of the pro
tests against Senator Reed Smoot be
fore the Senate Committee on Privi
leges and Elections.
Mrs. Fred Ellis of Salt Lake testi
fied that she was Abram Cannon's
first plural wife and that her husband
married Lillian Hamlin in June, 1896.
He was at that time one of the twelve
apostles. Mr.. Cannon, avoi ding to the
witness, then had three wives, and he
told her he intended to marry Lillian
Hamlin. He told her that Lillian Ham
lin had been engaged to his brother,
David, who had died, and she there
fore wanted to marry Abram.
Mrs. Ellis detailed a conversation
she had with her husband, in which
she told him she did not think he
could marry Lillian Hamlin. Mr. Can
non said he could marry outside the
state; that he would marry her for
time and that she would be David's
wife for eternity.
•T told him that if he did marry Lil
lian,’ said the witness, “I could not
live with him when the church or the
law would not recognized his mar
In the Endowment Hook.
August Lundstrom of Stilt Lake tes
tified that he went through the tem
ples in Sait Lake and Logan. He
had heard the endowment obligations
taken six times, he said, each ceremony
consuming from six to eight hours
according to the sine of the crowd.
He said oaths of sacrifice, and of re
tribution were administered.
The whole proceeding was a series
of obligations, said the witness, but
he could not remember all of them.
The first in order, he said, was the
law of sacrifice, which bound each
person to give his entire means and
talents to the upbuilding of the Mor
mon Church. The next obligation was
that of retribution, in which each per
son covenanted and promised to "ask
God to avenge the blood of Joseph
Smith upon this nation,” and to teach,
"Our children and our children’s chil
dren to do the same to the end of
the earth.” The next obligation was
that of chastity.
The hearing was continued until to
HEADACHES FROM COLDS.
Laxative Bromo Quinine removes
the cause. To get the genuine call for
the full name and look for signature
of E. W. Grove. 25 cents—ad.
GOOD ROADS MEN
Will Hold Their Convention In
Jacksonville Next Month.
Jacksonville. Fla., Dee. 14.—President
W. H. Moore of the National Good
Roads Association to-night accepted
the invitation of the Jacksonville
Board of Trade to hold the mid-winter
convention of the National Good Roads
Association in Jacksonville Jan. 19, 20.
21, two days prior to the international
automobile race meet at Ormond-Day
Jacksonville will invite President
Roosevelt to Include this cltv in his
Southern tour, and a special invita
tion will be extended to him to attend
the good roads convention. Gov. Folk
of Missouri and Senator Chauneey De
pew will also be Invited to attend the
President Moore is confident of an
attendance of 4,000 to 5,000 delegates
to the convention. Governors of all
states are invited to send delegates.
Two government road building trains
Will be here and will give exhibitions
Of sample road building during the con
Confirmed hr Senate.
Washington, Dec. 14.—The Senate to
day confirmed the following nomina
tions: Wiilet M. Hays, Minnesota, as
sistant secretary of agriculture.
Postmaster*: South Carolina—J. R.
Tennessee—Rufua Rutherford. Clin
ton. John Redd, Bolivar: William H.
Holllnger, Waverly; Jasper N. Flts
water, Collierville-, Thomas J. Lovell,
r L-jr. " 1 11
■FBI IAL NOTICKS.
NOTICE TO STIR k HOLDERS.
A dividend of (82.60) two dollars
and fifty cents per share on the cu pl
tal stock of the Southwestern Railroad
Company will be paid on and after
Jan. 3, 1906, to stockholders of record
on the books of the company at the
close of business Dec. 16, 1*94. Divi
dends payable at the 9lw of the
company In Macon, Os., and at The
OUtseii* Pant of Ms vanns h. be van*
n*h. 'ls. The laioks of the <oujps4iy
*ttl be ' iosed from Dec. Id, 1994, <o
Jen. 9. ikt'l
My order of the board.
JWO. M WALKKH.
iMiivuiy and Tnsisitrri,
PULASKI FARMERS TO RALLY.
Will Discuss the 4 nttun Situation at
Haw kiusv ille Saturday.
Hawklneville, Ga., Dec. 14. —The
farmers of Pulaski county will meet at
the Court House Saturday, Dec. 17, for
the purpose of discussing the cotton
situation, in which more interest is
centered just now than In anything
else. The farmers are discouraged over
the low prices, and will lend all pos
sible aid to the organization now be
ing perfected by the farmers through
out the cotton states for the purpose
of adopting some plan whereby better
prices may be obtained. There is still
quite a iot of cotton held by the farm
ers of this county, and they seem de
termined not to let it go until the
price goes up.
Hon. Pope Brown will preside at the
meeting, and a big turn-out of the
farmers is expected.
One Duellist Demi.
Elkin, N. C„ Dec. 14.—Aqullla Rec
tor. who on Monday engaged in a pis
tol duel with T. M. Moxley at Sparta,
Allegheny county, died to-day of his
wounds. Moxley cannot live through
the night. The men quarreled over a
GUARANTEE CURB FOR TILES.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
ing piles. Your druggist will refund
money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure
you In 6 to 14 days.—ad.
HAZELHURST—Died, at the Savan
nah Hospital at 7:15 p. m.. Dec. 14,
Mr. Fred Hazelhurst in the 62nd year
of his age. Funeral notice later.
FI N E RAL IN FIXATION S.
LAWLER—The relatives and friends
of Mrs. Mary Lawler and family are
invited to attend her funeral from No.
345 Tattnall street at 3:30 o'clock this
SMITH—The relatives and friends of
Joseph H. Smith and of Mrs. Ellen
Smith and family are Invited to at
tend the funeral of the former from
residence. 120 Waldburg street, east, at
3:30 o’clock this (Thursday) afternoon.
Interment Cathedral Cemetery.
SOLOMON'S LODGE XO. 1, E. &A.M.
The one hundred and sixty- Jk
ninth annual communication 'JKjT
of this lodge will be held at \
Masonic Temple this ( Thursday)
evening at 8 o'clock. Annual reports
and election of officers.
Members of sister lodges and trans
ient brethren cordially invited to meet
with us. JAS. FURSE, W. M.
JOS. R. CAIN, Secretary.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
The regular meeting of this aerie
will be held this (Thursday) evening
at the hall (Lyons’ Block) at 8:30
o’clock. There will be initiation.
Visiting brothers are cordially in
vited to attend.
GEO. C. SCHWARZ, W. Pres.
LEO McGOVKRX, W, Sec’y.
ARMOUR LODGE XO. 1884, G. u7o".
OE O. E.
You are hereby ordered to assemble
at your lodge rooms this (Thursday),
at 2-30 o’clock, to pay the last trib
ute of respect to your deceased broth
er, Robert Powell.
Sister lodges fraternally invited.
By order of
WM. MIDDLETON, N. G.
W. S. ROUNDFIELD, P. S.
- - -Ml'i ——*
Neither the master nor consignees
of the Austrian steamship Jenny will
be responsible for any debts contrac
ted by the crew'.
STP.ACHAN & CO- Consignees.
Neither the master nor the agents
of the British steamship Jesse, H.
Lugg, master, will be responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew of
J. F. MINIS & CO., Agents.
I BUY LIFE INSURANCE
Policies and pay more for them than
the companies do.
Ten dollars will be awarded for the
best design submitted for a flag for
the City of Savannah. 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,
After Theater Parties and din
ner parties are well taken care of
at Sommers’ Cafe, Union Station.
Let ns do up your dress
shirt anil dress collars. Our
work 1* excellent. Always
good—always done on time
—always delivered promptly.
ml* ( J
11 R est (oniri Minst.
lib Hist < ougreas Wish.
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SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1904.
WHITE PLUME CELERY.
ALL PORK SAUSAGE.
MY OWN LARD.
M. S. GARDNER,
4 11 Whitaker Street.
INDIAN RIVER ORANGES.
Just arrived. Fancy Fruit Prices low.
COLLINS. GRAYSON & CO.
Roth Phones 24 4. _______
W. T. HOPKINS,
18 Bryan street, east. Phones 219.
Chas. Ingleshy, Manager.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I desire to inform the public that
'.he undertaking business of the late
J. H. Johnson will be continued at the
same place, No. 331 Jefferson street,
and I beg the public for a continuance
of their patronage and good will, as
suring them of the same prompt and
careful attention and courteous treat
ment that have characterized this
business in the past
Mr. W. R. Fields, who has for some
time been closely associated with Mr.
3. H. Johnson in the management of
the business, will assume its general
management and devote his entire
time to same, and to all who entrust
any business or engagements to him I
guarantee perfect satisfaction.
EDWARD E. DESVERNEY,
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT,
by paying your bills on or be
fore the 15th Inst.
B. H. LEVY. BRO. & CO.
TIIE COMING CHRISTMAS
With the recurring question: What
shall I buy? is made easy by in
spection of our stock. Never so com
plete as now. We suggest early pur
chases of holiday gifts, that your
choice may be made before the con
fusion of the usual rush.
We will be open evenings.
THEUS & CO.
. A CHRISTMAS BAZAAR.
Mrs. Louis Lippman 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,
LILIES OF THE VALLEY,
American Beauty Roses, Double
Violets. Something extra handsome
are these products of our greenhouse.
Phones 634. Ott and Anderson Sts,
To my Friends and the Public: I
am established in business for my
self and would be pleased to have
At Simon & Sternberg's, 15
Broughton street, east.
SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS,
19 York. West
Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing.
Lace Curtains finished by steam.
Only skilled workmen employed.
Bell Phone 1146. Ga. Phone 1264.
A. C. OELSCHIG & 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
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS.
Sack, Ton, Carload.
SEABOARD COTTON OIL CO.,
229 Ray Street, East.
They all say we sell a better qual
ity. and our prices are the cheapest.
We can furnish you Doors. Sush.
Blind, Lime, Cement, etc. Call us up.
SAVANNAH LUMBER CO.
! Georgia 'Phone. 847: Bell ’Phone, 425,
Have you seen it? Writes in two
I color*. The latest models of the
I Remington Typewriter are the only
machines equipped with this new ds
: parture In typewriting.
R. M. HULL, Bole Dealer,
10 Drayton atreeL
Largs shipment Just received—
< J, 1 and 4-ply. Mes us about U.
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
FI HA NEVER OFT OLD.
Old furs may be cunvsried Into
new. J refit, reeul and make over furs
•s Hut as scarfs, etc,, they are late
style. Phone HI
II 111 MON,
It NtvufMvfl. East
Savannah never had a
more elegant line than is
shown right here. New
Watches, New Rings, New
Pins, new everything. Peek
into our show windows.
at Very Moderate
Our 25 per cent, reduc
tion sale on Eyeglasses
and Spectacles is on—a
golden opportunity to make
presents to friends or sup
ply yourself with glasses.
Our engraving is artis
tically done by hand.
DR. M. SCHWAB'S SDN,
Bull and State.
9 YEARS OLD,
Bottled by the Delmonloo,
And you can rest assured that
Roger, Slater & Co.’s Club
THE PURE FOOD STORE.
Bull and York. Phones 555.
WELCOME T OCIIRISTMAS
“OOVMI • ...
And the holiday season, which means
to many the exchange of gifts and re
membrances. Be sure and call to see
our stock of holiday robee, in any style
and quality. Nothing more appreciat
ed or more appropriate, whether for
auto, carriage or buggy user. Do not
buy until you have seen our stock of
the latest. New York Robe Company’s
production. Cohen-Kulman Carriage
and Wagon Company, sole agents.
/y Christmas time
■ Just bear in mind
Little Boys and Girls /
Tell Santu Claus about tliest little
bicycles—they arc beauties.
G. IV. THOMAS ,
•TclTerson and Broughton lonic.
CORNWELL & CHI PM AN.
108 Congress. West.
TO CAPTAINS, MASTERS, MATES
The latest New York, Boston, Phila
delphia and other dally newspapers;
weekly journals and monthly maga
sines: books and cheap literature;
letter and note paper, pens and ink.
ESTII.L'S NEWS DEPOT,
18 Bull street,
corner of Bryan street (near the U. 8.
( OTTON IS ALL MIGHT.
I dye cotton just as good as wool
Lace dyed to match any dress.
Feather* dyad and cleaned like
new. Gente’ Suit* and Overcoats
dyed or cleaned to perfection. Blan
kets and taco curtains. Ditto dry
cleaning and mourning blacks a spe
cially at GROGAN'S NEW YORK
DYK WORKS, Whitaker and that*
strbete. Both phones HI. Estab
OtHTKKS. OYSTERS. OYSTKHM.
Oysters and the best of oysters!
served in every style snd delivered to
sny pur< of the ‘'tty,
SCHWA HZ CAFE, -
p, 0. Remember ■ hai you may or,
jjpf litfft tiMM (hi*
K*futir M pus*
Mk- , r. fjisM *iml Whit*
In order to reduce our stock we offer for immediate
sale the following' material at very low prices f. o. b.
cars our mill:
2 car No. 2 Com. Bevel Weatherboarding 55.00
2 car No. 2 Com. Square Edge Weatherboarding 56.00
1 car Sheathing SB.OO
5 cars Framing Stock. SIO.OO
Weatherboards and Sheathing dressed, framing
surfaced four sides.
When made in good faith are commendatory. Strength to
carry out the resolution is essential. If you resolv*to save a
part of your earnings you will find a savings account a source
of strength. A life of steady plodding and constant saving
NOW will insure a future life of ease and comfort.
The Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Cos.
8-10 BRYAN STREET, EAST, SAVANNAH GA.
MYERS, President- JNO. SI. BRYAN, Cashier.
JACOB PAULSEN, Vice Pres. ALLAN SWEAT, Accountant
Suppose you try a
CASINO OYSTER CRAB STEW
Nothing its equivalent on the market. Sea Food our no
ted specialty. Shore Luncheons our great success, and
late hour tit-bits are always here.
Fan c? Boxes and Baskets of
y Conida’s Delicious Candy now
ready for the holidays.
Fresh, Wholesome, Pure.
Stop in and seel
Diamond Rings in solitaires.
Rings in emerald, ruby, sapphire,
pearl, turquoise and opal combina
Brooches in diamonds, pearls and
Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Watches.
Lockets and Charms.
Cuff Buttons and Studs.
Scarf Pins in beautiful and odd de
Gents’ and Ladies’ Signet Rings.
Fobs, Watch Chains.
Neck, Lorgnette and Bead Chains.
Hat Pins in gold and silver.
Genuine Tortoise Shell Back and
Pearl Opera Glasses.
Gents’ and Ladles’ Umbrellas.
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets.
Silver Deposit Perfume Bottles.
Shaving Sets, Military Brushes.
Cigarette Cases, Match Boxes.
Sterling Silver Novelties.
Cut Glass and Clocks.
A look is all we ask.
12 Broughton St., East, New Store.
Opposite Adler’s. Bell ’phone 1167.
Full preparations are being made
to supply an unprecedented de
mand. Nothing but Huyler’s will
Fine Tooth Brushes.
OUR RUI.I) STREET STORE IS
•nd 111 and
Charlton VJ V/ • Barnard
attention to our stock of Diamonds
and other precious stones. Not in
the history of Savannah have such
goods been offered for sale. Se
lected with care, long experience
to assist the selection, we confi
dently Invite comparlsion as to
quantity, quality, style and prices.
Theus 6l Cos.
Housekeepers will find
it decidedly economi
cal to send their table
and bed linen to the
Opposite Dc Soto Hotel.
: & |||^
v Nowt genuine ),v AHife signature'-^
Ripe , therefore always
Boxes and Baskets
of Confections suitable for Sunday
School nnd other entertainments,
for ttie Christmns tree or “the
SOMETHING HANDSOME AT
10 CENTS PER BOX.
Will make remarkably low prices
In large lots for holiday celebra
tions. Selections can be made
now and we will hold until needed.
Our store Is full of lovely goods.
A, M. &Ui, WEST.
For the Holiday Trade.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Silverware, Umbrellas, Canes,
Opera Glasses, and Fans care
fully selected for the Xmas
season. The stock is now
R. Van Keuren & Cos.
m Bull Street.
Fruit Cakes, Pound Cakes.
Flare your order for Charlotte
Ru**r, lee Cream, ete., for Chrte
■na* dinner with us. The Larg
est assortment of Fancy Good.,
Baskets, etc., ever shown la Sa
BKLSIXGER & GROSS,
SAVANNAH TRUST CO.
Comparative Statement of Deposits.
Dec. 7,191)2. Dec. 7,1903. Dec. 7,1904.
$196,132.50 $317,963.07 $631,966.94
WM. W. MUKAIX O. I. nil lIWiN, KH. V. DAVIS,
I'rt klOrui. Vfa PnNUrm. Mao'* mn4 Trtu.
No. I*4o. Chartered ug*.
The MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF SAVANNAH, GA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital ....... *500,000
Surplus and undivided profits. 127,000
Tota * *627,000
Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Cor-
Firms and Individuals re
ceived upon favorable terms.
Issues Time Certificates of Deposit
J. A. G. CARSON, President
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President.
W. M- DAVANT. Cashier.
of the State of Georgia.
ATTENTION IS REQUESTED To
ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO DE
POSITORS IN THE DEPARTMENT
OF SAVINGS OF THIS BANK.
INTEREST PAID OR COMPOUND
ED QUARTERLY AT THE OPTION
JOHN FLANNIRT, President
HORACE A CRANE, Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN. Caahler.
MILLS B. LANE, President
GEO. C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L, GROOVER, Asst. Cashier.
Capital and Surplus SBOO,OOO
We Solicit the Accounts of
Banks, Firms, Corporations
Our patrons will receive cour
teous treatment at all times, and
every accommodation within the
range of prudent banking.
The Germania Bank,
8A VANN An, GA.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND UN
DIVIDED PROFITS. *500.<100
Transacts a General Banking
Deposits of one dollar and up
wards received In Savings De
partment Interest payable or
HENRY P.LUN, President
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, Vice Free.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WAITER F. HOGAN. Assistant
deposited in the
Is free from speculative dangers,
yields an Income as large as is con
sistent with conservative methods of
banking, and Is at all times subject to
the control of the depositor.
LEOPOLD ADLER, President.
T. M. CUNNINGHAM, JR., Vice Pres.
FRED. W. CI.ARKE, Cashier.
COURTNEY THORPE. Asst. Cashier.
PAID ON DEPOSITS
Friedman ff Vk
Ball aod York Sts, |l H
For an Xmas Gift
THE DAYTON BICYCLE at $25.00
IS THE THING.
WALTER F. HIGGINS,