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at Sheev>hd Bay Unable to jm v • °* •■**■ Stub*'*- *■ , . - >w york. July 3.—The feature of , he racing at Sheepshead Bay to-day < the finish in the fourth race, the Fouality stakes, Dublin and Hlgh jer the favorite, coming to the lar l. on such even terms that the " ( ~p were unable to separate them, making it the first dead heat , f the year for the East. The purse ° K divided. Summary: Fjrgt Race-For 3-year-old and up, furlongs on main track. Slip- S vilt - to 1, won, with Sadducee, 8 m : second, and Barouche, 7 to 2, third. Time 1:14. second Race-For 3-year-olds and up, j linSi one mile and a furlong. Plohn, ! , won, with Ohnet, 12 to 1, second, ard Agnes D.. # 5 to 2, third. Time I; Thhd’Race—Theer- year-olds, five and half furlongs of Futurity course. Hnrstbourne, 4 to 5, won, with Alsono, ' H to 1, second, and Rightful, 3 to 1, third Time 1:08. Fourth Race—The Equality stakes, . .. 3-venr-olds and up, one mile. Dub -6 10 1, and Highlander, 7 to 10, ran dead heat, and Old England, 3 to 1, third Time 1:39. Fifth Race—For fillies 2-year-olds, selling last five furlongs of Futurity course’ Sparkle Esher, 8 to 1, won, ~ ith Olorosia, 7 to 2, second, and Our N'ugg* t, 6 to 1, third. Time 1:00 3-5. * sixth Race—For 3-year-olds and up, handicap, one mile and a half on turf. His Eminence. S to 5, won, with Ad w.nce Guard, 6 to 5, second, and Lance m.in. 16 to 5. third. Time 2:38. ( Ilienko Rice*. Chicago, July 3—Washington Park summaries: ... Fiist Race —Two-year-olds, four and a half furlongs. Albemarle, 9 to 1, won with Lady Jocelyn, 7 to 1, second, and’ Galba, 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:01 1-5. Second Race—One mile. Hunter Raine 1 sto 1, won, with Brulare, 7 to 5, second, and Last Knight, 5 to 2, third. Time 1:52 3-5. Third Race—The Quickstep stakes, 2-year-olds, with $2,000 added, half mile. Americano, 4 to 1, won, with Sydney C. Love, 6 to 1, second, and Stemwinder, 4 to 1, third. Time 0:5o 3-5. Fourth Race —Handicap, $1,500 add ed, one mile. Wild Pirate, 13 to 5, won, with Barrack, 4 to 1, second, and Bragg. sto 1, third. Time 1:52 3-5. Fifth Race—Six and a half furlongs. <\ B. Campbell, 6 to 5, won, with Rose Tree, 4 to 1, second, and Inspect or Shea, 20 to 1. third. Time 1:29 3-5. Sixth Race —Selling, one mile and a sixteenth. Col. Ballantyne, 3 to 5, won, with Star Cotton. 6 to 1. second, and Jerry Hunt, 4 to 1, third. Time 2:00 3-5. Headville Knees Postponed. Readville, Mass., July 3.—The races scheduled for to-day were postponed on account of rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE. St. l.onls AVon Close Games. Chicago, July 3.—The locals lost two close games to St. Louis to-day. The visitors won the first by bunching sev en hits in two innings. Murphy was hit safely in every inning in the second game, except in one, but the hits were twittered. Score: R.H.E. First game— I Chicago .......1 0000100 o—2 6 2 1 St. Louis 0 1 100002 o—4 10 1 Batteries: Rhodes and Kling; M. O'Neill and J. O’Neill. Second game— R.H.E. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o—l 12 1 St. Louis 1 0001000 o—2 10 1 I)atterie3: Williams and Chance: Murphy and Ryan. Attendance 2,800. Pittsburg-Brooklyn game postponed, rain. AMERICAS LEAGUE. St. l.onlH, 3; Chicago, 5. St. Louis, July 3. —Four successive hits in the third inning to-day gave < hicago five runs and the game. Score: R.H.E. st - Louis 0 1000101 o—3 7 1 Chicago 00500000 o—s 11 3 Batteries—Reidv and Donahue; Cal lahan and McFarland. Attendance, 2,500. Detroit, 7? Cleveland, 9. Detroit. July 3.—Varney’s wildness in the first inning gave Detroit five runs, but Cleveland kept after Siever and won out in the tenth inning. Score: _ R.H.E. Detroit .. ..5 00110000 o—7 10 3 Cleveland .. 002300020 2—9 14 2 Batteries—Siever, Yeager and Bue low. Varney, Bernhard and Bemis. Attendance, 1,997. Boston-Washington game postponed, rain. Philadelphta-Baltimore game post poned, rain. Eastern Lencne. Buffalo, 10; Rochester, 5. Newark, 3; Jersey City, 10. Soutliern Lengiif. Nashville, 8; Chattanooga, 6. Y. M. C. A. linUplayem. The Washington Light Infantry of 1 harleston will send a baseball nine to Savannah Tuesday for a game with the be have a strong team that has beaten most of the other Charleston nines, and they hope to take the scalp of the lo jals as well. The association men are looking for scalps themselves, however, and will put out the strongest team they can muster. It Is passible that a game with a AVaycross team may be arranged by the Y. M. C. A. for some time the latter part of this month. Colored Ball Teams. A clever game of baseball was play ed In the Bolton Street Park yesterday between the Chathams and the Bruns "icks, nines of colored players, and was won by the Brunswieks by the s< °re of 10 to 8. Williams and Copely were the battery of the Chathams, and '■rant and Hooper of the Brunswieks. Another game will be played this af ternoon. POLICEMAN O'KEEFE BURIED. Brother Members of Force Escorted Hotly to Cathedral Cemetery. Funeral serylces were held yesterday efternoon over the remains of Police Turnkey Robert O’Keefe, who died Tuesday. An escort of former comrades of the dead policeman accompanied the body to the grave. The following made up the escort: Sergt. J. M. Mock. Patrol men T. E. McAlpin, R. E. Dooley, J. "• Hullford, H. Relsen, J. J. Clancy a od P. J. Fogarty. The funeral ser vices were held at the Cathedral of *?*■ John the Baptist, and were con dtmted by Rev. Father Kennedy. Tlie interment took place in the cathedral Cemetery. A large number °t the friends and relatives of the de ceased attended the funeral. f)N’T GET IN A SWEAT Perspiration— “sweat” is what the Bible and we common peo ple call it—is a way nature has of driving out of the body refuse that has no business there. We sw’eat more in summer, because in the overheated bowels, undigested food ferments more quickly than in winter and produces irritating acids and gases. The bowels overworked, try to relieve themselves by violent convulsion' causing terrible gripes and coiics, and diarrhoeal discharges so acic as to make you sore, and leaving the intestines weak and worn out. Nature assists body-cleaning by sending the filth out through thr pores of the skin. It is not safe to stop perspiring altogether but most of the impure matter should be sent out by natural move ments of the bowels, and the offensive, ill-smelling, linen-staining sweat done away with. Keep your bowels strong all summer with the pleasant, candy cathartic CASCARETS, that clean the system and don’t allow the excrement to be sweated out through the pores. Take a tablet every night, before going to bed. They work while you sleep and make you feel fine and cool all day. Best for the Bowels. All druggists, ioc, asc, joe. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped C. C. C. Guaranteed to cure ■■jn*'' or your money back. Sample and booklet free. Address v '• v -k. MS DRILL OF THE LAWTONS. Company Me.ln I- AVa Won a Second Time ly Sergi, Elton. The prize drill of the Lawton Cadets was held last night at Bohan's South End pavilion at Tybee. The company medal was won by Sergt. Walter Elton, and the second prize, $5 in gold, was won by Sergt. Chancellor. The drill began at 8:30 o’clock. Aihong those in the team were Sergt. Elton, Sergt. Chancellor, Sergt. Adams, Sergt. Purse, Corpl. Rossignol, Privates Da vis. McCaffrey, Wilson, Bedford, Cor nell. Brantley, Bell and Melvil. The commands were given alternate ly by Capt. Gustave Robertson and Lieuts. Harry Dreese and Robert Ri ley. Ca.pt. W. L. Pritchard and Lieut. George H. Ellis of Company D of the Savannah Volunteer Guards, acted as judges of the contest, and they watch ed most critically for the slightest er ror in the execution of the manual. Errors, when made, caused the young soldiers responsible for them to fall out of line. After the drill had proceeded for some time; there were only Sergt. Elton, Sergt. Chancellor, Private Willie Adams and Private Willard Wilson left in line. As the drill pro ceeded, Private Wilson, Private Adams and Sergt. Chancellor fell out, in the order named, leaving Sergt. Elton alone. He received boisterous ap plause from the many who witnessed the drill. The prizes were then presented by Capt. Pritchard, who called the win ners to the front and center. He advised the Lawtons to maintain an interest in their annual drills, and not to permit themselves to become dis heartened because Sergt. Elton might be in a contest. He advised them to work hard, and that their chances for winning the medal would be equally as bright as those of Sergt. Elton. So efficient had the Lawtons regard ed Sergt. Elton that very few of them were inclined to enter a contest against him. Last year he won the medal, and the other young soldiers feared that they would not make a creditable showing against him. It became necessary to offer a second prize of $5 to induce any considerable partici pation in the drill. It is seldom that any one member of a drill team, who may be popularly decided upon as the winner, really proves the winner, but such was the case with Sergt. ERon. After the drill dancing was enjoyed. This continued until 12 o’clock, when the last train left the island for the city. BUYS COLUMBIA'S DRUGS. Mayor Accepted The Bill of That Company Yesterdrfy. The bid of the Columbia Drug Com pany to supply the city dispensary with drugs for a month was accepted yesterday by the Mayor. Though ad vertisement had been made, no other bids were presented. Last Monday the company’s bid for slsl was presented, but it was held up, because it was the only one submitted and it was known that the Columbia Company, the Solomons Company and IReid & Cos. had entered into an agreement to alternate in submitting the bids for the monthly supplies. The Mayor then regarded the Columbia Drug Company's bid as too high, and he instructed that advertisement be made for more bids. “We had an expert figure on Jhe Columbia Drug Company’s bid.” said the Mayor, “and he decided that it showed an advance of only 12 l /2 per cent. We are perfectly willing for the company from which the city buys to make as much as 10 per cent., so we have given the contract to the Co lumbia Company.” It remains to be seen how the plan of the three companies will work out. Should they not be content with a profit within the limits that have been allowed by the Mayor—lo per cent., it may be that a move will be made that will break up the combination. As it is now, however, the other drug firms seem perfectly content to leave the city’s trade to those that have been bidding for it in the past. ROBBED WHILE HE SLEPT. Pearson Says His Money Disappear ed While He Was Napping. W. J. McDaniel was arraigned yes terday morning before Mayor Myers in Police Court, charged with having stolen $3 from William Pearson. The case was continued until this morning. According to the story told by Pear son the two men were together nearly all day Wednesday. In the afternoon. Pearson, who had imbibed many drinks with which to combat the hot weather, climbed into a barber chair in the shop at No. 215 West Broad street, where he went to sleep. It was while he was '■ asleep that he claims McDaniel went , through his clothes and secured three j dollars. Pearson notified the police of the rob bery some time after it occurred, and Detective Stark was assigned to the r KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES Are always serious, and demand the Skill of an ex pert. Pains in the back or loins, Irregularities In the urine, such as scantiness, smarting, burning, f Incontinence, etc., are danger s'gnals which should f be promptly heeded. My treatment of these dls- I—— diseases has been uniformly successful, and I have cured some of the worst cases on record. Each I fcase gets careful. Individual treatment. MAKE NO MISTAKE by being misled by ad inrKnrf 1 K ~vertised quick cures, free prescriptions, free sam l pies and othr forms of cheap advertising by spe cialists who claim that they are the only ones who treat patients personally. You can consult Dr. Y Hathaway PERSONALLY and you have the addi -1 ■ iliSfeSfegßks tional benefit of his trained staff of skilled spe rD HATHAWAY cialists in each department, which no other office UK- HAi ns j n the South has. A responsible guarantee of cure Recognized as the vvhlch meam something and backed by leading I leading and most sue* banks, is given when required. [cessful specialist. j NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D., ' 25A Bryan street, Savannah, Ga. I Office hours 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 5, 7 to 9 p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1002. case. He soon found McDaniel and took him into custody. McDaniel admitted that he and Pear son were together on Wednesday, but he denies having robbed the eomplairf ant. He says they both drank a great deal during the day. The case will be called again this morning. LODGES INSTALL OFFICERS. Hen Who Will Conduct Odd Fellows and Pythian AfTuirM ft>r Six Months. Haupt Lodge and Live Oak Lodge of Odd Fellows, and Savannah Lodge, Knights of Pythias, each installed last night the officers recently elected for the semi-annual term beginning this month. Those of Haupt Lodge are: Noble Grand —A. Jasme. Vice Grand—A. <. Cohen. Secretary—John Stahmer. Treasures —T. Wilensky. Warden—A. S. Griffin. Conductor—T. P. Cornell. Right Support Noble Grand — J. T. Wilensky. • Left Support Noble Grand—Carl Mendel. Bight Support Vice Grand —E. R. Burt. Left Support Vice Grand—R. J. Me- Ilveen. Inner Guard—George W. Thomas. Outer Gaurd —W. E. Mclntyre. Righ Scene Support—James H. Cor nell. Left Scene Support—H. Blumenthal. Chaplain—James Wilson. The ceremony was conducted by Grand Master Henry McAlpin, assist ed by a number of past grands. The meeting was adjourned from the lodge room to the reading room, where the members were entertained at supper given by the newly installed officers. Haupt Lodge now has a membership of more than 250 and has besides many applications on file. The officers of Live Oak Lodge, in stalled are: Noble Grand—J. W. Buchanan. Vice Grand—C. G. Edwards. Secretary—Leander Butler. Right Support, Noble Grand—J. A. Weiser. Left Support, Noble Grand—S. T. Walden. Right Support, Vice Grand —A. Thomas. Left Support, Vice Grand—J. R. Barfield. Warden —E. E. Auerbach. Conductor—J. E. Summerell. Outer Guard —P. Kirkland. Inner Guard—H. G. Ramey. Right Scene Support—B. F. Vinson. Left Scene Support—B. E. Shepherd. The installation was conducted by Grand Master McAlpin, assisted by Acting Grand Officers J. F. Glatigny, L. Butler and L. G. Harvey. Savannah Lodge, Knights of Pythias, installed: Chancellor Commander—W. H. Col gate. Vice Chancellor —F. J. Kulman. Master of Work—H. H. Cohen. Prelate—J. C. Lovelace. Master At Arms—George F. Otto. Inner Guard —W. S. Brinkley. Outer Guard—J. H. Craggs. The ceremonies were conducted by District Deputy S. L. Lazaron, assist ed by Acting Grand Officers Robert Hunt and Waring Russell, Jr. TO STOP TOY PISTOLS. Three Buys Found Using Them Were Arrested. Two negroes and a white boy were arrested and locked up before 10 o’clock yesterday mornhig, as a result of the order issued by Chief of Police Reilly, instructing his men to arrest all boys found shooting blank cartridge pistols. That is the popular name for the wea pons, but in reality they are nothing more than cheaply put up revolvers of small caliber. The pistols are put together in very cheap fashion, and aside from the dan ger of wads of cotton and other mis siles which the boys put in them they are very apt to explode. Several com plaints have been lodged at the sta tion house against the use of the pis tols and the police have begun an ac tive crusade to stop the nuisance. The city tax officials have notified the dealers in fireworks that they will be required to take out a license for the sale of firearms if they want to sell the toy pistols. Two of the boys arrested yesterday morning are negroes. The white boy is Ed Raby. He was arrested by Patrol man J. J. Clancy. Policeman H. Reiser arrested the colored boys. BISHOP KEILEY IN NEW YORK. Will Sail for England To-morrow on IHm Wn>* to Koine. Rt. Rev. B. J. Keiley, Bishop of Sa vannah, is now in New York and will sail to-morrow for England and later for Rome on his decemial visit to the Pope. A part of the Peter’s pence col lection, SI,OOO, which was collected in the Diocese of Savannah Sunday, was forwarded the Bishop yesterday. Rev. Father P. A. Halpin entertained the Bishop at lunch Tuesday, and will sail for Savannah probably next Thurs day. PISTOLS LIKE GUNS. Must Be Lurried In South Cnrollnn Not to Violate tlie La. IT. “Pistol • toting” is a very common practice in Savannah, and especially among the colored population. Pistols and razors vie in the estimation of the colored sport. One will maintain that a thirty-eight is the best means of offense and defense, but another will not admit its superiority over the traditional weapon of his race, the razor. If the South Carolina law, which be came active on July 1, should ever be enacted by the Georgia Legislature, the razor, perforce, would grow in popularity. It is much easier to carry and to secret about the person than an ordinary revolver. In comparison with the cannot that the South Caro lina law ordains one must carry, if he carries a pistol at all, a razor would appear an infinitesimal adjunct to the person of a colored sport. In South Carolina it is unlawful to carry or even to sell a pistol that Is less than three pounds in weight or twenty inches in length. Such a law here would mean that there would be no pistols carried. The concealment of such a monster would defy the ca pacity of the deepest pocket, and, be sides, its weight would be a handicap that would probably take the nerve out of the most enthusiastic advocate of the advisability of being always armed. A visit to one of the dealers in arms yesterday developed that there was not a single weapon in his place, save shot guns and rifles, that would have ena bled a purchaser to keep within the bounds of the South Carolina statute. The heaviest piece of pistol ordnance he had was a thirty-eight, and it weighed one pound and 2% ounces. Its length was about nine inches. It may, therefore, be understood just what the dimensions of a South Carolina gun that is within the law are. A special make of forty-four caliber will proba bly be in demand in South Carolina, if those who like to carry arms keep within the law. BUTTER MAY GO UP. New Oleomargarine Law May Bring Increase In I*rlee, On account of the new oleomargarine law which went into effect a few days ago, a raise in the price of butter in the near future is thought to be likely. A heavy tax is imposed by the new law on oleo, adulterated butter, pro cess butter and butterlne. Licenses, some of them heavy, will also be re quired to be taken out by dealers. The manufacturers of adulterated butter will have to pay S6OO a year; manu facturers of process butter SSO a year; wholesale dealers in adulterated butter S4BO a year; retail dealers in adultera ted butter S4B a year. Those who sell in lots of ten pounds or less will be considered retail dealers. A large local dealer who was seen by a Morning News reporter yesterday said that as yet the prices of butter sold in Savannnah has not been af fected by the new oleo law. “It is not unlikely, however,” he said’ “ that we will hear of It as soon as we want to and then butter may take a jump. It may result in cutting down the sales of adulterated butter and but terine to a considerable extent, and much more pure Gutter will be sold. However, the dealers, will have to lose a great deal of profit on the oleo products and it is not Improbable that they will try to make up for it on the price of butter.” The new law requires that adulter ated butter and oleo be put up in boxes or packages, stamped and bear ing a label as to the contents. Each package will have to 1S j stamped with a stamp similar to the ones now in use on packages of tobacco; bearing the number of the factory, the state and district and the fact that the manufacturers have complied with the requirements of law. All of the oleo products and process butter must be sold in the original packages. in thTrailroad’worlo. Controller Prince of the Atlantic ttoast lane has returned from the nrtrth, where le had a conference with the executive officials of the com pany. Mr. Prince was ill yesterday and was not at the offices of the company. Traffic Manager W. A. Winburn of the Central Railway and General Freight Agent James Menzies of the Goapit Line are expected to return from Asheville, where they have been attending a mass meeting of the cot ton-carrying lines, to-day. Negro Stole From Hallronil. Will Smith, a negro, 22 years old, was arrested in the yard of the Sea board Air Line, near the water works this morning by T. L. Feltz, a special detective for the railroad. The negro was seen loitering about the yard, and the detective caught him as he was leaving with a quantity of brass Which he had stolen. Brennan & Go.. -WHOLM4AUB— •Fruit, Produce, Grain, etc., ta BAT STREET. WEST. Telephone SKA. JOHN G. BUTLER, —DEALER IN— Painta. Oils and Glass. Sash, Doors, Blinds and Builders’ Supplies, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper, Foreign and Domestic Cements, Lime, Plaster and Hair. Sole Agent for Abestine Coll Water Paint. *0 Congress Street, West, and II Bt. Julian Street. West, classified advertisements. PERSONAL. ~”HAIR YOIJTIL beauty, vigor enhanced by one of these light fluffy pompadour made by the ! Georgia hair expert; just the very I thing for summer resorts; Fegeas’ Hair, j Jewelry and Shaving Supply House (2 ] stores); mail orders for all kind of I hair goods promptly filled. TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED THE j Smith Premier Tvpewriter Company has sent an expert repairman to Sa vannah who is thoroughly familiarized with all makes of typewriters and all who give us their repair work may ex pect tht- best of workmanship at a nominal price. Phone 1163 Pell; 589 Ga. FAILING TO FIND THE BOOK you want, or the terms for good read, ing try Tarver’s old book store, Jef ferson street department closed. YOU CAN BUY TICKETS TO points in Florida at about- half cost at Karger’s. under Screven House. DON’T GO HOME WITHOUT TAK lng to the children one of our 6c boxes of pure candy. C. Hetterich. 110 State, between Whitaker and Barnard. ~ NOTICE, SEE US JULY 1 WHlT aker, corner State, opposite our pres ent office. New Home Sewing Machine Cos., A. J. Pursley, Mang’r HOLMANS STUDIO; CORNER Bull and Thirty-second street. Flrst class work only at prices to suit the purse. SEE JOHN D. GOULD” BEFORE contracting for your brick work. 210 2’hl -second street, east. YOU CAN BUY TICKETS TO points in Florida at about half cost at Karger's, under Screven House. OUR COLLARS AND CUFFS WILL not wilt under ordinary perspiration. Georgia Steam Laundry. GAMES--PING PONG “60c. TO $6 00; Ouwija, Si.CO; hammocks, 75c to $7.00 each, at Oppenhelmer, Sloat & Cc's. OUR 25C BOX ASSORTED CANDY; i best in the city. C. Hetterich. 110 State, | between Whitaker and Barnard. NOTICE, WE HAVE OCCUPIED our present office fifteen years, but move July 1 to corner Whitaker and State, opposite our present quarters. New Home Sewing Machine Cos., A. J. Pursley, Manag’r. WHEN YOU BUY A “BALDWIN Refrigerator” you have bought the best; everyone sold under a guaran tee; Miller's is go-cart headquarters; four of the best factories and over sixty patterns for you to select from. 207 Broughton, west. ~TR Y SCK W ALB’S LA X ARETs'. The best vegetable cathartic known; for all troubles of the stomach, liver and bowels; cures constipation. Price 10c. Phoni' 931. WE HAVE AT LAST FOUND A perfect water purifier; washing of blankets, woojlens, silks unsurpassed. Georgia Steam Laundry. CAN’D IES POSITIVELY PURE, peanut, brittle, cocoanut, cream cocoa nut, sassafras, strawberry, lemon, 10c a pound. C. Hetterlch’s, 110 State, be tween Whitaker and Barnard. NOTICE. JULY 1 WE WILL MOVE opposite uUi present office on Whita ker, corner State. New Home Sewing Machine Cos., A. J. Pursley, Mang’r. “"940,” BOTH ’PHONES, BRINGS the awning man; our prices the lowest, our workmanship Al; our material the best; summer rugs and mattings; Per fection Blue Flame Oil Stoves, ice cream freezers. Miller’s, 207 Broughton, west. THE ROYAL TAILORS ARE AL ways busy because they make clothes to your order for about half the price you pay now considering quality, workmanship and fit. If he Is a well dressed man you can rest assured he has Royal Tailor made clothes on. Give us a call at 115 Broughton street, east. Ring Ga. ’phone 978. SCHWALB’S LUNG AND THROAT Balsam for coughs, colds, whooplpg ccugh, croup, 10c. Phone 931 for it. WE “RUN 3 ’WAGONS - ”REGULAR and keep 2 boys with wheels to carry hurry orders for milk, cream, butter, etc. 'Phones, Bell, 23, 44; Georgia, 1138. Try us once and you will not regret It. Springfield Dairy Cos. ~ NEW INGREDIENT FOR PRE serving colors; colored work intrusted to our care will not fade. Georgia Steam Laundry. 'BASEBALLS, MITTS, ‘ MASKS, bats, and ail other sporting goods and athletic goods at Oppenhelmer, Sloat & Co's. _ OFFICE AND STORE FIXTURES In ash, oak, cypress and pine. A. S. Bacon & Sons. PIAZZA AND LAWN FURNITURE, every kind of a camp chair, porch rock ers; hammocks 75 cents to $4; canvas cots, sl. Miller's, 207 Broughton, west. IRON BEDS WITH SPRINGS, $5.25 at Miller’s; 3 pieces piazza suites, $lB, In green and gold bronze, and red and gold bronze, “The swellest thing In town.” Miller’s, 207 Broughton, west. “MILLER’S SPRINGS AND MAT tresses quiet the nerves, produce re freshing sleep and are an elixir of life; we manufacture the majority of our mattresses, using nothing but the very best of material In all the different grades. 207 Brough ion, west. CEILING. FL< >ORING, WEATH erboarding, mouldings and all build ing material. Cypress shingles. A. S. Bacon & Sons, office Bryan and Whita ker streets. _ ~THEG EORGIA DAIRY’, 343 ABKR corn street, will furnish you with everything handled by a first-class dairy; orders also taken for Ice cream, sherbets, and charlotte russe. Georgia 'phone 627; Bell 'phone 1116. MILLER’S CREDIT DEPARTMENT furnishes the "Missing Link” between wishing to have and having; come and see us and let us know your wants in furniture, floor covering and complete house furnishings. 207 Broughton, west. TRY SdIWALB’S COLD AND Liver Tablets; removp colds, cleanses liver, 25c. Phone 931 for them. ■ 0.,D NEWSPAPERS. 200 for 25 centa7”t Business Office Morning News. “SASH. DOORS AND BLINDS, WIN? flow and door screens. We manufac ture them. A. S. Bacon A Son. “KIMBALL’S ANTI-RHEUMATIC rings, a sure relief; send for circular. Oppenhelmer, Sloat & Cos., 12 Broughton street, east. FIiOTOIiIIAPHY. PHOTOGRAPHY, WILSON’S STU dio, 41 Bull street, Is as far ahead of all others as ever. Photographed all the conventions, graduates, house par ties and barbecue last week. Made more sittings at studio than all the balance. Go where the crowd goes and get the best photographs at most rea sonable prices. Call and see samples and prices. 40 years established. FINISHING FOR AMATEURS AT Masonic Temple Pharmacy, Bijou Photo Company, Holman’s Stu dio, and 119 York street, west. PHOTOES FROM ONE PENNY UP; cameras bought and sold; bargains. Bi jou Photo Company, Bull, corner State MEDICAL. HOW ARE YOUR FEET? IF YOUR feet are troubling you, call on me and I will give you relief. I cure ingrow ing nails, corps, and all diseases of the feet without pain; charges reasonable; can give the best references In the city; patients treated at residences; orders can be left at Livingston’s drug store, Bull and Congress streets; tele phone 293. Lem Davis, surgeon chirop odist, • HKtP WANTED—MALE. '^drug^cleriUtUreljevUme for two weeks' vacation. Apply O. C. Horne, 416 West Broad street. DAY LABORERS, CALL AT BOOK stand in city market to-day and Sat urday. Tarver's employment bureau. OFFICE BOY WANTED; STATE age, references and qualifications. W. F. 8.. Morning News. WANTED, ONE FIRST-CLASS rigger for moving derricks, cable-ways, etc. About one year's work, steady em ployment. Wages $4 per day, time and a half for all overtime. State age, ex perience and reference. Columbus Pow er Company, Columbus, Ga. WASTED; A FIRST-CLASS wheelwright. Apply to P. Barrett, 113 West Broad street, Savannah, Ga. BOOK KE E PERS, STENOGRA phers, salesmen, mechanics, saleladies, housekeepers, and all who want posi tions to call on or write The Empire Business Bureau, Grant Building, At lanta. Ga. WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED hand to run a 4 side timber and floor ing machine; steady employment and good wages to the rtght party. An swer, stating what experience had, and wages expected. Address "Steady," care Morning News. EMPLOYMENT WANT Ell. as stenographer; will commence on small' salary. Has had some experience and can give good references. P. O. Box 2, city. to learn th i wholesale grocery trade by young man, 21 years old; not afraid of work; good business education; best refer ences; salary no object. Address Box 106 Macon, Ga. WANTED7~A GOOD POSITION BY reliable colored boy, with reference. Call Bell ’phone 970. HOOIK WANTED. ROOM WANTED BY GENTLE inan; must be large, quiet and cool; private family preferred. Address "J. II.,” this office. WANTED—A) (SLBLLANraC E>. UoAN PASTURE A LIMITED number of horses and cows, plenty of fresh water and bermuda grass. C. E. (i. Fell. DO YOU WRITE ADS? SEND AD dress to-day on your business station ery for invaluable information free. Harper Syndicate, Columbire, o. IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL property, call Georgia ’phone 1360. Robt. H. Tatem, real estate dealer, 7 York street, west. “iF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUMP earth, dirt, sand, manure, etc., free of charge. Just at city limits, hauling over hard road, write or telephone Brown Bros., corner Anderson and East Broad streets, flats icon nnsvr. '^rwUUUiwArHT^riißEUruioMH each, furnished: fifteen and eighteen dollars each. Tattnall, third from Lib erty. ”FOR- RENT, - A FLAT OVER store 28 Broughton, east; suitable for any business. M. Wilensky, 118 Broughton, west. “FOR RENT. PARLOR FLAT. Ap ply at 316 President, west. _ FOR RENT, DELIGHTFUL FLAT, suitable for light housekeeping; fur nished or unfurnished. 17 Henry street, east. FLAT OF THREE CONNECTING rooms; all conveniences, 307 Liberty street, east. FOR RENT, FIVE NEW MODERN flats from Oct. 1. P. A. Waring. Foil KENT—HOUSES, TO RENT. FROM OCT. 1, THE brick dwelling. No. 1007 Whitaker street, facing Park Extension, and be tween Park avenue and Waldburg street. Apply to J. 11. Esttll, Morning News. FOR RENT. 516 ST. JULIAN, EAST, ten-room house; hot and cold water; stationary range; large yard; terms reasonable. Apply T. H. Monahan, 27 Houston street. “for RENT, BRICK DWELLING, corner Jefferson and McDonough streets, Apply Forest City Mills, 34 Montgomery street. "FOR RENT, SEVERAL DESIRA bIe residences, thoroughly renovated. Apply A. Wylly, 12 Bryan, east. FOn RENT—STORES. "~FOR ItKNt "STORK CORNER Barnard and State streets; now oc cupied by Allen Bros.; possession given Oct. 1. Apply Forest City Mills, 34 Montgomery street. FOR REST—MISCELLANEOUS. Broughton street; possession given Oct. 1. Apply 1). J. Morrison & Bro. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. of~eleven lotJ just outside of city taxation, for $2,- 250, either cash or time; Just the In vestment for young men to save and make money on. C. H. Dorsett. _ FOR SALE, ON WATERS ROAD, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth streets, two-story house on lot forty two by one hundred, for twelve hun dred dollars; electric cars In front of property; terms two hundred cash, twelve dollars and a half per month: also three lots near above, each thirty by one hundred and thirty-six feet; price one hundred and twenty-five dol lars each; cash or easy terms. C. H. Dorsett. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS. 'Tor sale! hardware^and stove business, well located; good chance for hustler with small capital. Good reason for wanting to sell. Ad dress Hardware, care News. “a FEW PICKLES, SIX JARS, 25G A few preserves, fancy Jars, $1.25 doz en. Southern Grocery Company. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF cream, keep boy and wheel for hurry orders. Jersey Dairy. ’Phones 582. "OUR PRICES ON FRESH MEATS are within your reach. Only the best meats kept. Southern Grocery Com pany ENGINE FOR SALE, STRAIGHT line engine, about 60 11. P., In good condition; can be seen at our factory. A. S. Bacon & Sons. “ for"sale, - twenty pounds best rice. sl. Evaporated cream, quart cans. ’Phone 93. Southern Grocery Company. “WE CAN SUPPLY YOU* WITH rweet m Ik, butter, buttermilk, clab ber, cream and curds. Jersey Dairy. ’Phon-s 582. “IF YOU WANT GOO DM ATERIAL and work, order your lithographed and printed stationery and blank books Ga. LOST AND FOUND. | tlons asked for a gold watch taken out of my repair shop., Isaac Stern berg, LOST. AT _ TELFAIR HOSPITAL about 7 p. m. Tuesday, six months-old fox terrier, white with brown ears un usually short tall. Answers to name "Cricket. ’ Reward if returned to 1206 Duffy, east, the Meadows. FIRE SALE —OF— PIANOS will now be pushed to a speedy clos ing out of every piano In the Whitfield building. We have been notified by the contractors that we must move the goods, and pianos will be so low that they surely will all go next week. We have a force of experienced piano builders here, and they are putting every instrument that was wet in per fect condition, new actions having been received from th£ factories. Study Well These Opportunities A fine Baby Grand, worth $750.00, yours for $375.00. A magnificent Large Upright, worth S6OO, yours for S3OO. 3 Large Fine Uprights, worth SSOO, yours for $250, 4 Splendid High Grade Uprights, worth $350, yours for $175. 2 Large Size Uprights, sold like cakes for S3OO, now $l5O. 10 Organs in oak and walnut, with mirrors, easy worth SBS, now only $35. Our Graphophone Sale Still on at Corner Bull and State st. Both stores close on July 4, and our Whitaker street store will be closed until Monday, July 7, as we have me chanics working on stock. Be among the first to make your selection and you will not regret your haste. EXPERT TUNING AND REPAIRING We are booking orders for expert tuning and overhauling of pianos, and those who desire the services of factory experts should not fail to place their commissions now. MCARTHUR l SONS CO. SUMMER RESORTS. HOTEL HYATT, ELLIJAY. GA., is now open for summer tourists; this hotel is located In north portion of Georgia on the Atlanta. Knoxville and Northern Railroad, 87 miles north of Atlanta; a lovely place to spend the hot summer months; everything up-to-date, plenty to eat, good water, cool nights; nothing to do but eat, rest and recuperate. Write D. M. Hyatt for prices. GEM DF MOUNTAIN RESORTS? altitude, 3,817 feet; peaks nearby 800 to 1,200 feet higher; lithia water. Address Satulah Housa, Highlands, N. C. WANTED, SUMMER BOARDERS at the Mountain Cottage. Address Mrs. M. F. Jeney, Flat Rock, N. C. maiuiHb. PLUMBING: FOREST CITY Plumbing Cos; Estimates cheerfully given on all kinds of plumbing steam and hot-water heating, all kinds of large pipe cut and threaded to order, and a specialty of large fittings, repair work a specialty, office and shop 430 Whitaker street. Georgia 'phone 624. Bell 1126, W. A. Blaufer; manager. PLUMBING, PROPERTY OWNERS, let Wiggins, the plumber, give you an estimate on your plumbing, bb I can save you money on any kind of work In my line, so, call me up and let me tell you how you can save money and have your sewer connection made with out the cash. Call up 807 for Wiggins, the plumber. L. L. BURPEE. THE PLUMBER, at 20 Bryan street, west, will repair you* pipes and make your connections promptly. 'Phone, Georgia, 934. MISCELLANEOUS. ~’!nn?"AfAN'TjEHIND~TI^^ Let Taylor and his skilled mechanics get behind the brush on your house ar.d save money; paper hanging, kal somining and decorating of all kinds. Taylor. 140 Barnard street; Georgia ’phone 877. ONE CAR LOAD OF CROCKERY, 36,500 pounds, largest ever received In Savannah, consisting of Flower Pots, Stone Water Coolers, Jugs, Plates, Pitchers, Ban-ms, etc., at sacrifice prices. S. Bernstein. ~j7' w” TEEPLK“is OFFERING this week the finest line of rocking chairs In the city; see them; no fancy prices. L. I. BURPEE, THE PLUMBER” at 30 Bryan street, west, gives you prompt service and the best work. 'Phone, Georgia, 934. J. W. TEEPLE IS OFFERING this week some bargains In iron bed steads; don’t miss seeing them. “BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK? Mocking Bird Cages, Fly Fans, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers and all summer goods. S. Bernstein, Brough ton and Jefferson streets. CALL UP BELL ’PHONE 1124 FOR estimates on cleaning carpets and stor ing your furniture fot the summer. Perry & Benton, 120 State, west. L. L. BURPEE, THE PLUMBER, at 20 Bryan street, west, will do your work well and guarantee it. ‘Phone. Georgia, 934. “ J. W. TEEPLE 18 OFFERING THIS week the finest line of dining tables In the city. See them. . PERRY & BENTON, 120 STATE street, west, will move, pack, ship or store your furniture at short notice; also renovate your old mattresses at little cost. Bell ’phone 1124. IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL and work, order your lithographed and printed stationery and blank books from Morning News. Savannah. Ga. Every Woman jgJF Vv\\a% Is interested and should know aJu> \Nu i ,'4'a A about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray l\ NS \ .vl The new '*■* Injec \V '-/A .vittL lion and Suction. He#t—Naf- A, est-Moni Convenient. Aek your JruKlst for Is. iML, M i > n*'7‘ ~ If hr* < nnot supply the \/JW . 3*1.% II \ KI., accept no ' W*fe**—• other, but send stump for il \r, g lustrated book—•••led.lt wires V / /g full particulars aod •ilreutmns In- tx, # M valuable to ladies. WARVKhCO., Hoorn 200 Timet? Hid*.. New York For sale by Solomons Cos., drug gists; Livingston’s Pharmacy Cos. IV. M. DAVIDSON 6 CO. REAL ESTATE, Stocks and Bonds. 110 East Bryan Street, SAVANNAH. GA. J. D. WEED & C 0„ COTTON TIES. — EDUCATIONAL*. Ward Seminary 'L'Sf *7lh ynr bein Opt. 21. Literary Cour..., Miraio. Art, Elocution. Cortlflcntion WHlpsley. Baltimore Worn n 8 r011*,.. Faculty, 30. Mild n,i equable cl,me. Fot Catalogue S addieaa J. O. BLANTON, LL.D.. Baa -S. —: ’ . sag Hughes' Specialty Well Drilling Company, 1226 Empire Building, Atlanta, Ga. 3