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July Arrivals and Tonnage—The Veasel a aad Their Rigs. The Morning News gives to-day the to tal number of vessels arriving at this port during the last month, with the rigs, na tionality and net tonnage. The number dees not include the arrivals at quaran tine or Tybee, but only those vessels which have arrived at the wharves, and have discharged cargo, or in ballast and load ing. It does not Include river or inland coast steamers, nor does it include vessels under 100 tons. The arrivals, with their rig and nationality, are as follows: S’shlps. Ships, Barks. Schs. Total. American 33 .. 1 59 Austrian .. 1 .. 1 British 3 ~ 1 ' .. 4 German.......... t It,, 3 Italian .. 1 , 1 Norwegian ...... .. ‘3 . 3 Portuguese ..... .. 1 - 1 Russian .. 1 1 Spanish 1 .. „ ~ 1 Total 36 2 9 27 74 Steam. Sail. Total. American ~..48,811 13,330 62,141 Austrian J 526 526 British 3,993 383 4,376 German 3,341 3,341 Italian 874 874 Norwegian 1,077 1,677 Portuguese 773 773 Russian 313 315 Spanish 1,108 1,108 Total 53,912 21,219 75,131 POUT PARAGRAPHS. Murttiine Mutters of Local anti Gen eral Interest, A large party of gentlemen went to the black fish grounds yesterday on the tug Paulsen. They had the experience of a rough sea, in addition to the pleasure of fishing, etc. The Marvin Methodist cjiureh gave a "moonlight'” excursion down the river last night on the steamer Alpha. The clouds Interfered with the moonbeams somewhat, but the genial crowd had a pleasant time, nevertheless. The steamer Katie was yesterday launched from Jones' marine railway, where she has been undergoing repairs for the past month. She had eighteen new sheets of steel put on her bottom, new decks and guards built, the machinery overhauled and repainted throughout. Manager Gibson expects to have the steam er ready to resume her regular trip to Au gusta on Friday. The steamer Vigilant Is not to be sold to the government after all. The negotia tions which had been going on for some time between Capt. Gibson and the engi neer corps at New Orleans, have been de clared off. ’l'he government will build a boat for their purpose, and the- Vigilant will continue to run pleasant excursions to Warsaw Island. The schooner Aaron Beppard, Capt. En glish, from Philadelphia, arrived yester ■ hiy with a cargo of coal consigned to C. H. Dixon & Cos. The vessel is con signed to Harriss & Cos. The schooner Edward- O. Hight, from Baltimore, urrlved yesterday With a cargo of coal consigned to G. I. Taggart. The schooner Harriet O. Kerlin cleared yesterday for Boston with 384,000 feet of pitch pine lumber, shipped by J. J. Cum mings. LOCAL PERSONAL. Mrs. G. A. Cosens has gone north for the summer. Mrs. H. T. Estill has gone to Menlo, Ga., for the summer. Mrs. J. D. Paige has gbne north for the remainder of the summer. Mr. M. W. Dixon left for the north on the City of Augusta on her last trip. Mrs. T. S. Wylly left for the north this week, to spend the remainder of the sum mer. Mrs. J. M. Dixon and children have gone to Saratoga for the remainder of the sum mer. Mrs. William H. Lees will leave the city to-night for Chicago, to be gone until Oc-* tober. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Owens have gone to Massachusetts for the rest of the summer. Mr. R. B. Cable of Jacksonville was a passenger for Boston on the Chattahoochee on her last trip. Hun. Henry G. Turner and Miss Turner Were passengers on the City of Augusta on her last trip north. Mike Tnlkn Free Coinage to Ell. "Eli Perkins'' writes the Hawk-Eye as follows: "In my book on coinage I had an inter view with an Irishman, but it was writ ten hurriedly und doesn't suit me. I’ve written it all over and put more art in it to you:” "Begorry," said Mike Fielding, as he s raped his trowel on a brick, "which be ti- crediit'hur class the free coiners do all be talkin’ alxjut so much lately? The fee coiners do say that the credithur class is to be paid in chape silver.” "You mean the creditor class, Mike,” I said. "The free coinage men call them the creditor and tile debtor classes." Ami the debtor class they do say he wants chape 50-cent silver to pay his debts with?” said Mike. “Yes, Mike," I said, “the free coiners want money as gobd as gold when they borrow, but they want to pay back in elnaii silver. They really want to pay in i VIU silver as they do in Mexico and China." > * “>V wly mother! and did yez ivir see tie lolks of that!" exclaimed Mike, drop i n!s trowel. "An' be I the credithur class?" ... * . Why, Mike, of course, you are, if any on ;;." iv >'6 you money,” 1 said. Yhei,. begorry, 1 do be the credithur cas*. Me boss to be owin' me all the b' ll . an' sometimes ho do be' behind ; d a full wake, ah’ Danny. Mann's " >ss be owin’ him for mor’n a month. An 1 the free coiners say the credithur 1 that's me—must take cha[>e money We've always been gettin’ the best y *" the worrld?" , '' ' Mike,” j said,. "y-vu working men ®r- ti-,,, creditor class all the time, and ! '"-t laborer is entitled to the best n the world. Capital Should never s win.Uv luhor.” , liul 'hey tell me there be a s]>alpeen ' i" r by the name of Coin gotn' j," ' e lyin' t!u; delrtor class—that’s the wants to pajr us boys chape silver "orth only 50 cents to the dollar. i„e ' k ,0 don! And that these rich . who always owo us want to put "•ir bad money on us poor credi t -"ike," i said, “they’ll never Ire , , ’ llu it- The wise people in this ~ uill see to it that all American silver, gold and 'ptdfW, will be as •t"! gold." I riv ’ " rr '- g 'ld Is good enough for the v. 1 ; l -"ike, as he mixed the mortar t . 1 1 towel, "and we'll have none of t , '''s p s eom*n' around us makln' •j . 1 "bey to latte us oui of our wages. Cos is. ul * wld them deeaitful free *’ “ ,y w "ay, tya Mike Fielding!" -Eli Perkins. mum It V forms of Summer Complaint,/uj ramps, Colic, Cholera Mor- Iflfi bus,etc., which are at- vS tended by so mucii -N| Ly Pain fjs CS are tpiickly relieved and cf-yj ■ / factually cured by I'ain’-Kil- tS ml Ler. The standard remedy for AX ?/ these troubles for more than J] | 11 Goes $ D without saying, that every kind of\| ■7p am internal or external—takes II II its leave _ When & l\ Pain-Killer isapplied. Sprains, 1 1 l\ Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Bites and II Stings are all cured by /J Pa/n- A k Killer f|! yII ' leeept no latmiratex or lml‘R- 11 N Hf I 1 Tlio genuine bear* the H ■ // mint- ferr; Im U A son"— V B// •■a 11 Mil etrrt whoro at 2V. a bottle, yublt- the former quantity). that all palu goes when Fain-Killar ■omes. /§| A GREAT ESTATE IX DOI'UT. Fortune of Elicit Clark Habbell. Who Married W lieu Sbe Wu 0, at Stuk. From the New York World. Danbury, Conn., July 21.—The relatives of Mrs. Eliza Clark Hubbell, who made a stir three yearg ago by marrying a man nearly sixty ye*rs younger than herself, talk of contesting her will. It has not been filed, and they do not know what it contains, but they are morally sure that it contains no mention of them. If this proves to be the case they think they have grounds on which they can question Its validity. Miss Eliza A. Clark wad ninety years old at the time of her marriage to Dr. Marvin Hubbell three years ago. The bridegroom was thirty-two. The fact that they have been made one was not known generally until after they had returned from a brief honeymoon. The bride inherited the fortunes of her brothers, F. H. Clark, a Jeweler, of Mem phis, Tenn., who died in 1806, and \V. Starr Clark, who died in ISBI. She lived with \V. Starr Clark In the big four-story house. No. 108 F.ast Thirty-sixth street, New York, which the family owned. When Starr Clark died she wanted someone to look after her property, and she invited her first cousin, Frederick Starr, then 50 years old, to inako his headquarters at her home. Though, he lived in Danbury, he moved to the Thirty-sixth street house, and for ten years was her secretary and confidential adviser. It is he who may question the will. Early in 1881 Dr. Hubbell came upon the scene. His mother, who was an old friend of Miss Clark, kept a boarding house near by, and was a frequent visitor at the house. The doctor was athletic, good looking and entertaining. In 1891 Miss Clark dispensed with the services of Mr. Stars and Installed Dr. Hubbell in his stead. In her will, which w-as drawn by Henry W. Clark, her lawyer, long since dead, she made provision for Mr. Starr, though she had compensated him during her life time. He says, however, that the amount he received was very small. When the story got out that she had married Dr. Hubbell there was some comment about it, some gossips even going so far as to inti mate that it was not a love match, bu-t that her husband had taken her for her money. The old lady was so indignant at this that she threatened to disinherit any of her relatives caught making any such intimations. Her life with Dr. Hubbell, it was under stood, was very happy. Heing a woman of mature years and judgment, she knew how to get along with her young husband. There were no jealousies and no quarrels. Sirs. Hubbell went every year with her luisband to Richfield Springs and other summer resorts, and the disparity in their years created little comment, most of their fellow guests assuming that they were grandmother and grandson. Mrs. Hubbell died last week, and on Thursday she was buried in the Wooster cemetery at Danbury. The widower and his mother and the Danbury relatives were at the funeral. Some ill-natured things were said because Dr. Hubbell wore a straw hat. He and Mr. Starr, whose place qs trustee he took, met at the grave. The interment was in the Clark family vault, which cost $33,000. It was built to hold twenty bodies, and that of Mrs. Hub bell completed the score. The fjimily set tled in Connecticut in 1631, and is one of the oldest in the state. Many years .ago Mrs. Hubbell and her brother had the bodies of several ancestors remove;! from the old burying ground, where they were lodged in a white washed brick vault, and put in the present magnificent structure, which they planned and built. Mr. Starr, ‘.no cousin, who, it is said, will contest the will, said to-day to the World correspondent: “We have not seen the document yet, and cannot an nounce our position until we do. The old lady and myself did not quarrel, but her husband prevented me from seeing her. When I called at the house I was refused admission. "Mrs. Hubbell was decidedly eccentric, as I think her marriage at the age of ninety indicates. She was not at all the typical old maid, inasmuch as she hated cats, dogs and parrots. When she was eighty-five she frequently told me she meant to get married, but 1 did not take it seriously. I felt sure that if she wished to get married she could not find any one to take her. However, Dr. Hubbell came along and fell violently in love with her. "I have read in some papers that her estate is worth S2,(XK),OOU, but I am pretty certain— though she was very economical, and never spent a cent that she could savi —that it will not amount to more than I $200,000. "Hr. Hubbell and Miss Clark were mar ried by the Rev. Dr. Charles H. I’ark hurst. ‘ She once told me that she had a * talk' with the clergyman as to making him the trustee of her property, but she never did it. She was a member of the Ma lison Square Presbyterian church for many years before Dr. l’arkhurst was connected with it. The doctor was crit icised for performing the ceremony, but 1 never knew that there was any law against It. "At present I am lying very low. wait ing for the filing of the will. I am anx ious io Bee whether It In the old will, a* 1 understand that when a woman marries In New York state an anle-nujitlal will becomes Invalid, I shall not say anything further till 1 * THE 310RXING NEWS: THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1595. Local Daily Weather iti-|iurt (or the Morning Xewa. Local forecast for Savannah and vicin ity till midnight. Aug. 1. 1895—Showers, with thunderstorms; slight temperature changes; variable winds. Force rust for Georgia—Fair weather; lights northerly w inds. Comparison of mean temperature at Savaanah. Ga.. on July 31, 18X, with the normal for the day: Temperature—Nor mal, 81; mean. 84; excess for this date. 3; accumulated deficiency since Jan. 1, 1895, 544. Comparative Rainfall Statement—Nor mal, .29; amount for July 31, .12; depar ture from the normal, .08: total depar ture since Jan. 1, 1893, -j- 6.79. Mtximum temperature; 93; minimum temperature. 76. The hight of the Savannah river at Au gusta at 8 a. m. (75th Meridian time) yes terday was 6 feci, no change during the preceding twenty-four hours. Cotton region bulletin. Savannah, Ga., for the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m., uth meridian time. July 31, 1895. Districts. | Average. I No Names | Sta- Max Mm. Kain jtiuns. lem. Tern, fall Atlanta | 12 | 90 | 79 | .01 Augusta j 11 j 92 | 70 j .04 Charleston | 5 | 82 | 74 | T Galveston v....| 27 | 94 | 7i j .01 Little Rock | 14 j 88 | 72 | .58 Memphis j 15 | 81 | 68 j .12 Mobile | 10 | 92 j 72 j .03 Montgomery | 6 j 94 : 72 | .16 New Orleans | 13 j 92 ; 72 j .00 Savannah j 13 | 91 j 73 | .06 Vicksburg | 7 | 92 | 72 | T Wilmington, \ W | 84 | 70 | T Salmonsot Max. Min. Kain- Savauuah District. jTem. -Tern. 1 fall. Albany, Ga | 91 | 68 j .15 Allapuha j 94 74 | .00 Amerlcus | 92 72 | .10 Bainbridge v j9l 70 1.37 Cordele j 96 74 j .00 Eastman | 98 72 ! .10 Fort Gaines |9O 74 j .32 Gainesville, Fla j 92 76 | .44 Millen, Ga 196 72 j .00 Quitman | 92 72 | .65 Savannah | 93 | 76 | T Thomas villa | 96 | 74 | .00 Way cross j 90 | 74 1.97 Ob nations taken July U at the sain-- moment of time at all stations for the Morning News: Boston, t 66. w SW, v 8, clear. New” York city, t 68, w SW, V 14, clear. Philadelphia, t 68, w NW, v 12, clear. Washington city, t 68, w NW, v 14, clear. Norfolk, t 66, w SE, v 8, clear. Wilmington, t 74, w SE, v light, clear. Charlotte, t 78, w NE, v 6, clear. Raleigh, t 70, w W, v light, partly cloudy. Charleston, t 78, w SW, v 6, partly cloudy. Atlanta, t 80, w NW, v 10, clear. Augusta, t 84, w SW, v light, partly cloudy. Savannah, t 76, w SW, v light, raining. Jacksonville, t 76, w NW, v 6, cloudy. Titusville, t 82, w E, v 6, clear. Jupiter, t 80, w S, v 6, clear. Key West, t 86, w NE, v 6, partly cloudy. Tampa, t 82, w W, v light, partly cloudy. Pensacola, t 76, w NW, v 8, cloudy. Mobile, t 80, w S, v light, cloudy. Montgomery, t 84, w NW, v light, cloudy. Meridian, t 80. w N, v light, cloudy. Vicksburg, t 84, w SW, v light, cloudy. New Orleans, t 88, w NW, v light, clear. Fort Smith, t 74, w E, v 10, cloudy. Galveston, t 82, w SW, v 12, partly cloudy. Corpus Chrlsti, t 84, w SE, v IS, clear. Palestine, t 86, calm, partly cloudy. Memphis, t 72, w N, v 6, cloudy. Nashville, t 78, w NW, v light, clear. Knoxville, t 72, w NE, v light, clear. Indianapolis, t 72, w N, v 6, partly cloudy, Cincinnati, t 72, w NW, v 8, partly cloudy. Pittsburg, t 66. w W, v 8, partly cloudy. Buffalo, t 62, w NW, v 18, clear. Cleveland, t 70, w W, v 30, partly cloudy. Detroit, t 66, w NW, v 6, clear. Chicago, t 66, w SE, v 10, clear. Marquette, t 60, w N, v 6, clear. St. Paui, t 74, w NW, v light, clear. Davenport, t 74, w W, v 6, partly cloudy. St. Louis, t 74, w NE, v light, clear. Kansas City, t 74, w NE, v light, clear. Omaha, t 76, w SE, v 6, clear. North Platte, t 78, w SE, v 6, clear. Dodge City, t 80, w SE, v light, partly cloudy. Bismarck, t 86, w SE, v 14, partly cloudy. Rainfall—Charleston, trace; Savannah, .12 inch; Jacksonville, 1.54; Jupiter, 1.78; Key West, trace; Pensacola, .10; Mobile,' .06; Fort Smith, .18; Memphis, .26. P. H. Smyth, Observer Weather Bureau, t, temperature; w, wind; v, velocity. I’nited States Department of Agricul ture—Weather Bureau—Savannah, Ga., July 31, 10 p. in.—Weather Synopsis—lt is generally cooler to-night along the imme diate Atlantic coast, in Southwestern Ohio, Western Tennessee, Arkansas, Mis sissippi, and along the Central Gulf coast. Elsewhere the temperature has risen or remained nearly stationary. An urea of high barometer centers in Missouri. An area of low pressure centers off the New England coast. A second depression cen ters in the'extreme northwest. A shallow trough of low- barometer extends from the North Carolina coast Southwest ward to Southwestern Georgia, with a depres sion central near Augusta. During the twenty-four hours ending at ti o'clock p. m. to-day, fair weather pre vailed throughout the New Orleans cot ton region district: elsewhere in the cot ton belt scattering showers, mostly light were reported. The maximum tertjperature at Savannah to-day was 53 degrees, and the minimum, 76 degrees; the mean temperature being 84 degrees, or an excess of 3 degrees. F. H. Smyth, Observer. —The will of the late Richard Vaux. just discovered, is a ehiir&eteristic document It begins us follows: “Being of sufficient mind and understanding to know what is my last will and testament without the aid of my countrymen, I do make this my iast will and testament and publish the same by those present.” After disposing of his estate, lie concludes: "I desire that such papers and the historical views of old buildings and like collections made by my father, Robert Vaux, who was the most active of the originators of the present Historical Society of Pennsylvania be given to that society. I do this out of re spect to my father’s memory, as I have no very exalted respect for that society that in 1860. or about that year, drew party politics into the election of Its officers." —The Countess Felice dl Orslnl, who died tn Rome the other day, was the widow of the Count dl Orslnl, the chief orghntxer of the attempt on the life of Napoleon 111, on January 14, 1858. The countess lived irf the greatest retirement and ip almost abject iioverty. A CLEAR HEAD, good digestion; sound sleep; a fine appetite and a ripe old age, are some of the results of the use of Tutt’s Liver Pills. A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue. A Known Fact> An absolute cure for sick head ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour itomach,dizziness, constipation bilious fever, piles, torpid liver ind all kindred diseases. Tutt’s Liver Pills MU N YOH'S; HOMOCOPATHIC REMEDIES Act almost Instantly, speedily curing the most obstinate eases. Rheumatism cured in from l to 3 days. Dyspepsia and r.ll stomach troubles quickly relieved. Catarrh positively cured. Headache cuied in 5 minutes. Nervous diseases promptly cured. Kidney troubles, Piles, Neuralgia. Asthma and all Female Complaints quickly cured. Munyon’s Vitalize? imparts new lifa and vigor to weak and debilitated men. Ask vour druggist for a 25-cent vial of ono oi Munyon’s Cures, and if you are not bene fited your money will bo refunded. This Company puts up A cure for every disease RoiM Ciiiiissii M Georgia. L. N. TRAMMELL,Chairman I ALLEN FORT. -Commissioners. G. GCNHY JORDAN, l A. C. 13KISCOE. secretary. Atlanta, Ga., July 21th. 1595. CIRCULAR No. 249. Changes in Commissioners' Classifi cation, Oranges, lemons. Bananas and Plne aralfs, 1,. C. L., 4th Class. Same, C. 1,., 6th Class. Cot ton Waste, N. O. 44.. sth Class. Tin-plate, car-loads, C. It., it.h (".ass; O. K., 6th Class. Castings (not machinery), each piece weighing 2181 pounds or over, unpacked, C. It., sth Close. O. It., 6th Class. Sugar In Double Sacks, 6th Class. (Same as in barrels.) Amendment to linle Xo. 23 of tlie “Hulea Governing (lie Transporta tion of Freight"—Lapped Lumber. Rule No. 23 of Che “Hub s Governing the Transportation of Freight." has been amended so as to t*t-ad us follows: RULE 23. "A ton of ail articles 'enumerated ex cept Scrap Iron, is 2,'K! pounds. A ton of Scrap Iron is 2,340 pounds. A car-load is 20,000 pounds, unless otherwise rpecifled. For loads alK>ve 20,00) pounds, pro-rate at ear load rates Charged. A ear load of green wood is eight cords. A car load of dry wood is trine cords. A ear load of lumlier (und all articles embrac.-d in lum ber) Is 24,000 pounds. When lumber is loaded on two or more ears (lapp.,l and the total weight of the lumber thus shipp ed do<-s not exceed the aggregate marked capacity of the curs us. I, the weight charged for shall not exceed the actual w. ight of the lumtier. A ear load of any article enumerated in Class i”, except wood and lumtier and articles Included In lumber, is 25.0tk) pounds- shipp- rs to loud and unload; Provided, That when a ear Is loaded over its marked capacity by the shipper at a flag station, tlho nallro-.cl companies are left free to charge for the excess at a rate that will effictuallv stop a practice frought with so much danger to life und property. Application of Freight Rule Xo. 1 to the Atlanta und Florida Kllllnnj, ns the Property of the Southern Itailwuy Company. * ORDER. It appearing upon hearing, that the Southern Railway U.imianv has purchased tthe Atlanta & Florda Railway anl procured a deed to till* same, and that the said At lanta & Florida Railway is now under the control and management of the aforesaid Southern Railway Company, it is, there upon considered, adjudged and Ordered, That Rule Number One of the ‘'Rules Governing the Transportation of Freight” of this eommiAslon shall apply to said Atlanta & Florida Railway, ns the proix-rty of the said Southern kn Iwav Company, and that the freight tariffs ef fective on that Railway be adjusted in accordance with said Rule. Tills Circular effective on and after Aug. lotih, J 895, and supersedes everything In conflict. By order of the Board. A. C. I4RI&COE, L. N. TRAMMELL, Secretary. Chairman. /j? tj $ Our Special Sale % \ (l J New Pair oi pa” j V\ makes the prices ex- / \ tremely low. /§ V/ LEGAL NOTICES. GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.— Whereas, Jordan F. Brooks has applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory as guardian on the estate of J. J. Sullivan, formerly . minor. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all whom it may concern to bo arid appear before said court to make objection (if any they have) on or before the First Monday In September next, otherwise said letters will be grant ed. Witness, the Hon. Hampton L. Fer rill, ordinary for Chatham County, this the 31st day of Julv, 1895. FRANK K. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0., C. C. GBOROIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.- Whereas, Jordan F. Brooks has applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory as guardian on the estate of John G. Brit tle, formerly a minor. There are. tic re fore, to cite and admonish all whom It may concern to be and appear before t iid court to ipake objection (if any thev have) on or before the First Monday in S, p tember next, otherwise said letters wifi be granted. Witness, the Hon. Hampton L. Ferrlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 31st day of July, 1895. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0.. C. C. Notice is hereby given that kt is the Intention of the subscriber, sole adminis tratrix of Mary A. Dickson, deceased, to transfer to the Mercantile Trusl Company of New York c!‘ty *:he following: Flvo share of the capital stock of the Central Railroad and Banking Comtxiny of Georgia, certificate numbered Satan, issued to "Mary A. Dlckfon.” MARY G. DICKSON, Ad ml niM rag rlx. 1 ——. . 1.. 1,., Lovelu PlnwOPC _Beaut!f ul Uesigns.bouquets. 1 lUYVCIO plants, and eat (lowers. Leave orders at liuscufeld & Murray's. 3.5 Whitaker st., or Telephone 210. HOMING 1 ake licit Line railway for nursery on White 111';;! roafl. IF YOU WANT A FLAT OPENING blank book call and see the "Perfect." No extra cost. Morning New* Job D> nsrunent. Savannah. Ga. We Arc Commencing To Get Ready To Improve. . and to make room for fall im ports. the like of which was never known hereabout* %be fore. In this re-arrangins there are lots of thing* whose company wv* must part with—and so this wet k we put the whole lot on a SUCK Dili Bid COUNTER. CHAMBER SETS are there at a price unknown. Everything else is to go. NOW IS !0i)lt OPPORTUNITY. Take advantage of It. West's China Palace. The Best Advertising For the Leas! Money. ■1 OH il 1 5880. W ANTS, suc h as Help or Situations Wanted; Houses or HooniH Wanted, or To Let; Houses and other Property for Sale; Host. Found and Personal advertisements, and any other ad vertising Inserted in the CHEAP COLUMN, l. WORDS or more, at ONU CENT A WORD. DISPLAYED advertisements lu this column at special rates. reiionAL, N*l GtworjD es. Watches, dorks. spectacles repaired at correspondingly moderate terms; noth ing too big; nothing too nnull; bring your Jobs to Fegeas, the reliable- Jeweler, 108 Broughton. "BALD HEADS” AIN'T IN IT; THEY can bo by using Emile's llmr Tonic. Broughton Street Hair Store, Complexion Toilet Depot. DRESSMAKING, REST WORK AND prices to suit the times, at 78'.* Habersham. LADIES, CHICH ESTER'S ENGLISH Pennyroyal Pills (Diamond brand), are the best; sate, reliable; lake no other; send 4c.. stamps, for particulars; "relief for Ladles," in letter by return mall; at drug gists. Chichester Chemical Cos., Philadel phia, Pa. THERE IS NOTHING THAT SO Dis turbs one a equanimity as an aching foot; Lem Davis, surgeon chiropodist, removes and cures tngrowing nails, corns, bun ions and other aliments that feet are heir to. Leave orders at Wheeler's Pharmacy, Bull and State streets. .. ; ■ - in -I .i PHOTOGRAPHY. GO TO 21 BULL STREET, OPPOSITE Screven house, for photographs, crayons, views and frames; cheapest and beat; a special artist always In readiness to take orders for views In city or country, at lair and reasonable prices. J. N. Wilson. HELP WAXTKIL "'hALESMEnI one i7)CALLY~AND one to travel; will pay good salary and ex penses or commission; orders easily ob tained; experience unnecessary. For sam ples and particulars address I’. O Box 42U, New York city. EMPLOYMENT WANTED. position on a daily or weekly paper; can furnish good references. Address Printer, Reidsvllle, Ga. ROOMS WAVIEIJ. "'wanted cnfcrnisTTkd flat four or five rooms and bath. Apply G. care News. Mi St ELLAS EO l WANTS. " r \VANTEiLS PROPOSALS KIhTcTY ting weeds and plowing, harrowing and levelling ten acres of land near the city. W. K. Wilkinson. BOOMI 8011 14EXT. FOR RENT. FLAT, 1 ROOMS, Fl'it nlsh'ed or unfurnished. 149 York street. FOR RENT, FROM OCT. 1, THE TWO rooms, work shop ahd bath room now oc cupied by Dr. Mingledorf, at 6; Hull street; reasonable rent to a good demist. Apply to HOffman, photographer. ELEGANT ROOMS. FIRST FLOOR, large hall; third floor convenient store. Whitaker street. Apply John Lyons. ROUSES A.ND STOKES (Ok HEAT. • next, No. 126 and I*i Bay gtrek.it, the ele gant. Ottii '-S at present IKK lipled by the Oc an Steamship Company and t'lie and - store, at present occupied by" Col lins, Grayson Ar Cos. Ajgily to T. M. Cun ningham, Central lteithoad Bank. FOR RENT. FROM AUG. I, DESIRA bIe n-i'.!de*iui ait Isle of Hope. John T. Rowland', 96 Bay street. FOR RENT. FROM ACT. 1, DWELLe ing MO Taylor street. i4ur Dfayioon. For particulars apply S. Udcki nhGintr, Bay and Jefferson streets. for" rent, aug.' i, housEs ai7kp. ferson; 182 New Houj'tOß; all coiWep.,cn c*-s; also 217 Jefferson, Out., L Louis Vo gel, 220 Jett ersbn. "for rent; FROM OCT. 1, STORES and- residence overhead, No. 50 and 52 East lijoad, corner, .YYncaton street. W. J. Bait) FOR RENT, OFFICES AND STORES in Kelly building; Bay street. John Flan nery At Cos. "FOR KENT, SMALL HOUSE. IN thorough order; good location; moderate lent; possession immediate. Dr. Wells, Liberty street. FOR LEASE, TO DESIRABLE TKN ant for a term of years, one of the most cumfortntde homes in the city, in first class condition and all modern improve ments, centrally located, facing south, on 60 feet of ground front, with large flower garden and all four sides tree. Ad dress Postoftico Box 93. FOR RENT, FLORIDA HOUSE, *lOl Broughton street; 18 rooms, remodeled, painted and papered throughout; posses sion immediately. Apply Albert Wylly, 130 Bryan street. ". FOR RENT, MY RESIDENCE FRONT ing south on York street, corner Lin coln. Win. W. Gordon, Jr., Room 6, Mer chants’ Bank Building. , FOR RENT, SEVERAL FlKßT elass houses, in good location, at reason able rent. Apply Salomon Cohen. WE HAVE DESIRABLE DWELLINGS for lent from the Ist of October. Apply Champion & Garmany, No. 118 Bryan street. " FOR RENT, 175 HALL STREET. Ap ply 176 Hall street. BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED HOUSE, 137 Perry street, faring Bull street square; modern convenience; possession given im mediately. Apply to Savannah Broom Factory. " FOR RENT, DESIRABLE DWELLING, President street, north side, second houss east Lincoln street; possession given Im mediately. Apply to F. X. Douglas**, Mu tual Life Insurance Company Office, Board of Trade Building. Hot SES AX D STOIIK4 FOR ItEXT. HOUSES, l)'t AND K 2 SOUTH BltoAI) | street. Oct. 1. .M. S. Baker, real estate | agent. 76 South liroad street. FOR RENT. HOUSE IS. NEW IIOUS- | tan street. Ali modern improvements i possession at once. Apply Appel si. Schaul. STORES. THREE FINE Aid, METAL glass front, fire proof stores; 2 car 11n s ' pass ilcors; all the Central. F. C. and P.. and Sctn railroad passengers pass. splen did stands for furniture, dry goods, pro- ; duce. groceries, retail grain ami hay. and - * au tlon rooms. South Broad and West Broad streets J. F UuUmurtinA Cos. FOR RENT. FOR THREE MONTHS, residence. 144 Abercorn stre-t. corner Hun tingdon. Apply to Murray Stewart. 9U Buy street. FUR SALE. For SALE, <St EXCHANGE Poll Improved Savannah property, u handsome ten room residence at Hapevllle, on t\n tral railroad, eight miles from Atlanta; ten passenger trains to oily daily; young orchard with variety of fruit trees. For terms, etc., address F. D. Blood worth, Savannah, Ga. THE BOOM HAS BIT STEP, AND I AM offering lots conveniently loc-ited to two street car lh.es, at rook bottom prle -*; you will his*- money by delaying; buy now, they will sell higher next spring. W. K. Wilkinson. COTTAGE. ON ANDERSON AND Barnard slroets; 3 rooms and Ivath. hot and cold water and gas; will sell cheap. W. J. Misoaily, Jr. HOUSES FOR SALE. 1 HAVE TWO nice, two-Mtory house** that I will sell to the right party on easy terms; this*- houses have all the modern improve ments. For particulars .all at the of fice of the Electric Railway Cos., eomrr Gwdnnett and Price streets, J. S. CoHins. Pri sklent. SPLENDIDLY SITUATED SUllt'R ban lots, well drained and supplied with artesian water, at rock bottom prices; special terms to builders. \\ . K. Wilkin son. PROPERTY SOUTH EAST CORNER Bryan and Houston; 9-room Itouse, in good condition, and store. VV. J. Mlseal ly, Jr. LOTS. THIRTY To FIFTY FEET wide by ninety-five to one hundred and twenty feet deep, for sol ■ at rock bottom prices; terms to suit. W. K. Wilkinson. TWENTY-TWO HUNDRED AND FlF tv dollars—The above amount will pur chase three 2-story houses in splendid rent ing locality; tills property iuiys 16 per cent, on the price asked. John T. Row land, 96 liny street. BEFORE YOU BUY OR SELL PllOP erty consult Robert H. Tatem, Real Es tate Dealer, 129 York street, near Bull street. CYPRESS SHINGLES. FOR TYBEE snd other coast points, have been further reduced to 12.2 j and $1.25 per thousand; boa's can load at the mill; -arload lots a specialty. Valo Royal Manufacturing Company. UNREDEEMED WATCHES, JEWEL ry, organs, sewing machines, clothing very cheap. Arthur Deutsch. Pawn Bro ker. Congress street, next to Solomons' drug stors. LUST, '’TTlsTT'G^TuLY’lirnxl^^ Irens' 11-iik. or on Hull and Hay, or on' Whitaker street, an envelope eouf iltdn ; four notes and on*- due bill, aggregating sixteen hundred and forty dollars, signe t by J. W. Comer; payable In six, eight, twelve and fifteen months; the nubile I cautioned against trading for tln-se pa pers, as payment has been stopped; u suit able reward will lie paid to tin finder by returning to mo. 11. Uulluger, 16) Taylor! street. LOST. HALF URGWN, LIVER AND white setter do*, named Bob. It*ward If returned to 161 New Houston street. STilAil-.l). STRAYED ON THE 26T11 JULY, IS9B. white and liver iKilntcr dog; IN months old; heavily ticked. Finder will please re turn to 204 Bryun > !re( t lend got n ward. til MMlill RESORTS. ASHEVILLE, N. FIRST CLASS boarding house In splendid location; cool rooms; excellent table, anil shady piazzas; terms moderate, according to locution of rooms. Apply to Mrs. 11. Bchirrmeister. lllM.i,*a..*.*i.ii* s, TRUNKS TRUNKS! iThThaKGAIXS —come quick; traveling bags 10 per cent, off for cash. Nddllnger & Rabun. IF YOU ARE PAYING $3.50 oft MORE for your shoes, don't buy them rcudy made. Have them made by Okarma. LEGAL XOTK EB. GEORGIA, <TI ATHAM Whereas, Jamra ft. Sheldon has applied to court of ordinary for letters dlsmlssory us administrator de bonis non, on the * sliUu of Hiram Roberts, deceased. These ure, therefore, to cite and admon ish all whom It may concern to bo ami appear Is-fore suld court to make objection (If tiny they have) on or before the first Monday In October, next, otherwise said letters will be granted. Witness, the Honorable Hampton 1,. Ferrell, ordinary for Chatham county, tills the 29th day of June, 1895. FRANK E. KEILHACH! Clerk c. ()., C. C. GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, Alary Murphy has applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory an administratrix on the estate of John C. Murphy, decease*i. These are. therefore, to cite and admon ish uil whom it may concern to bo and appear before said court to make objection (If any they have; on or before the tlrst Monday In October next, otherwise, said letters will be granted. Witness, the Honorable Hampton E. Fer riil, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 29th day of June, 1895. FRANK E. KEILBACH _ Clerk C a, r. c. GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, John Screven, Jr., has applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory as administrator on the estate of Franklin Buchanan, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admon ish all whom it inay concern to be and appoar before said court to make objection (if any they have) on or before the first Monday in October next, otherwise said letters will be granted. Witness the Honorable Hampton L* Fer rlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 29th day of June, 1895. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. <J., C. C. GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, Thomas P. Ravenel has applied to court of ordinary for letters of *il misaory as administrator on the estate of Thomas Gadsden, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admon ish ail whom It may concern to he and appear before said court to make objection (If any they have) on or before the first Monday in October next, otherwise said letters will be granted. Witness the Honorable Hamilton E. Fer rlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 29th duy of June, 1895. FRANK JC. KEfEBACH, Clerk C. 0., i '. C. GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, G. B. Pritchard lias applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory as administrator on the estate of Emanuel Wyatt, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admon ish ail whom it may concern to be and appear before said court to make objection (If any they have) on or before the tlrst Monday in October next, otherwise said letters will lie granted. Witness the Honorable Hampton L. Fer rill, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 29th day of June, 1895. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0., C. >'. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT ORS. OEOROIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Notice is hereby given to all persons hav ing demands against Raymond M. Demere, late of said county, deceased, to present them to me, properly made our. within the time prescribed by law, so as to show their character and amount; and ail persons in debted to said deceased are required to make immediate payment to me. JAMEH Ht'LLI VAN, Administrator of Estate of Raymond M. Demere. HOTELS AND RESORTS. THE WINDSOH ImT NEW YORK. iCecupyini? an <*ntir* blo> k on Fifth ; vt o lci*etra ifiih A&d 4?th street s > HAWK & WEIIIEKBEE, Fropt'ra. ?he American and Kurope&n Plana. Fot-m with Hoard, • 4*()OdUttupK4ril per day* llooms without Hoard. • 1.50 a ml upwards per dry. Tte cuisine and service unsurp issei. The Latent an 1 Most Approved Sanitary Plumbing. Newly decorated and refurnished. Five minutes' walk from Grand Ccnlnl Station. FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL Madison Square, Mew Yo k, The largest, h*nt appointed .nd most 111><-rally manured hotel In the city with the most central and and location. HITCHCOCK, DAU'NG & 10. A. 11. PAULINO, formerly Hattie Ilou.sa, Mobile. iIIKAM 111 True >civ, formerly Jb t. Lharlaa Hotel. New Or learn*. THE ST. DENIS, ~ Broadway und l.lcvcnth Streets, NEW YORK. Opposite i trace Church. EUROPEAN PLAN. Koorix BI .(Ml |x*r day and upward. In a modest and unobtrusive wav there ar* f w better ecu ducted bo els in the iuel >f>oll* than the st. benis •he real mjpulurlty it nan aoquired cm raiil traced to t i unique lo.*i!t>n tti# Uonielil e attnosp.p-re. the peculiar v \6.elleno* of its (UiMtn'j and borvlcu, and its vtr/ modw* rato prices. WILL!AM TAYLOK S >S. AHEUDEKN HOVEL, llroadu ay and Tu ; nty-First I t.';;”t, New \ o k l ty. AMF.H CAN AND EU ROPE AN J LAN. Strictly l ist class in ever, ruspe t. U ?rht In them -I t of the theater and ftto;* tu iis trlt*t. i o.iv nlent oui* -urla •• anu ei:va.ed rail why s. Ha esfl per Cay and upw. r.l tiK. K ATII Fit TON, I'roprie *r. Tli6 Swanoanoa Hoisl, ASHEVILLE, N. C '] h ' c tHlpo ami service as gcod as lUu higher priced hotels of Ahhcvllio. I.arire tooins, broad ha.ls, o tended porchne. Übe views, tool full' located, i h street car line. Si mvmr rat* n *.U to sla |>t*i vook. Spe ini ter*u* to lutnil.es H. !’. UAWLs. Fro..ric.or. LKUXL SO'TH'IIS. \V h< l eas Louis Ti • bony h.’t* applied to court of ordinary for letters di.-missory as H-lrninlsii itor on the estate of Frank Trebony, * I-• used, tie fe nr**, t.e re fore, to elti* end admonish all whom It i.iny on i i in to be .iiel appear before wa. l court to in ik* ol*l< ctlon ( f any they have) on or b* for I- ih.- First Monday In N*verribyr next, otherwise said letters will t graft ed. Witness, the Hon. Hampton L. Fer rill, ordinary for Chatham county, thla the 31st day of .Inly, ISUa. FRANK U. KISILBACW. Clerk C. 0., C. C. (IKCmaiA, CHATHAM COUNTY Whereas Matilda (\ Heltmann has ap plied to court of ordinary for letli rs dls mlssory as udrnlnstratrlx on th i tata of Henry i\ Lihte, deceasi'd. Tin w are, therefore, to cite and admonish ad whom It may concern to be and appear before said court to make objection (if aay they have] on or before the First Monday in Nov fnber next, otherwise said lett rs will be printed. Witness, the Hon. Hampton L. I Vrrlll, ordinary for Uhnthurn county, this the 31.-t day of July, 1 KHf. FRANK K. KKILBACH. Clerk ((*., Q ( OHORUIA. CHATHAM i’oUN'I’Y— Wht rens, R. H. Levy has applied to court of ordii. try for lett rs d'snvlstory .is ad ministrator on the estate of Max K.'aen m inn, decc a-sed. Thrie nro, th tv/ore, taf ad admonish nil tnosi • n iy concern to be and oppt tr before i lid v-ourt to make >n (If an’/ they have*) on or before the First Mon lay in November next, oth* rwlr • lobt tv. will be ijrantetl. \Vi‘im.*s, tilie Hoiorable Hampton L. Ferrill, orfllrtary for ChuHvain county, it his the 31st day of July, P.'f>. FRANK K. KKIMIACH, Clerk CT 0., C. C. GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, Mary Higgins has (applied to court of ordinary for letters of axlnsinla* tr.itban on the > .- latte of p. J. Higgins, de ceased. These are. therefore, to eke und admonish all whom It may concern to i>o and appear before said court to make ob jection (If any .hvy have) on or before tile First Monday In September next, o.h erw-lge s t'd letters will he granted. Wit . Hampton i... i- rrUi, ordinary for < hath im county, th ; the 31st day of July, 1895. FRANK E. KKILHACH. clerk C. 0., c. c.__ GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— Whereas, W. K. I Vo.roe has appU' I to cour;. of ordinary for letters of asiiri<!nls tration on tin- estate of Laura V. P.arrc, decxasi•(, These tire, therefore, to c'te and admonish all whom it may concern to lie and appear before t il l court to ultika i bjt •Don (ir any they have) on or be fore the FI rot Monday tn fciptemiier next, nth sc win said letters will be graft'd. Witness t'h. Honorable Hampton L. Fcr rtll, ordinary of Chatham county, th.s the 31st day of Julv, 1895. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0., C. C._ GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.— Whereas. Jordan F. Brooks has applied to court of ordinary for letters of adminis tration cum testainento annexo on the ••state of Emllie C. Germaine, deceased. These are. therefore, to cite and admonish all whom It may concern to be* and app- rr before said court to make objection (If any they have) on or before the First Monday In September nt xt. omerwlse sold Driers will be granted. Witness, (helium Hampton L. Ferrlll, ordinary for Chat ham oounty, this the 31st day of July, 1896. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0., C. C. 'GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.— Whereas, Jordan F. Brooks has applied to court of ordinary for letters dismlssory as administrator on the estate of Joachim J. Souza, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite end admonish all whom it may concern to be end appear before said court to make objection (If any they have) on or before the First Monday In November next, oth rw!“ • :-a!d letters will be grant ed. Witness, flu Hon. Hampton L. Ferrlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this the 31st day of July, 189.5. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0.. C. C. _ G BORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY Whereas, Jordan F. Brooks has applied to oourt of ordinary for ietterf dismlssory as administrator and. b. n. c. t. a. on the es tate of John W. Tynan deceased. Tht se are, therefore, to cite and admonish all wh m • may concern to be and a •bp* ir before said court to make objection (!f any they have) on or before the First Monday in November next, otherwise said letters will be granted. Witness, the Hon. Hampton .1- Ferrlll, ordinary for Chi i ham county, this the 31st day of July, U)3. FRANK K. KEILBACH. • Clerk i<)., C. C. SAVANNAH, GA , JULY 18TU, 1895-TO conform to an act of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, notice Is hereby given of the intention to transfer fifty-four shares of the capital stock of the Central Railroad and Banking Company of Geor gia standing in the name o' Louise I*. ItutEdge, subject to trust of will of IX Li. i.ey ward. 3