Nearly All the Minis
ters in the City.
WHERE If J STOPPING
The Presbytery Will be in
Session for Three
The fall session of ihc semi-annual
meeting of the Savannah Presbytery
Will convene in the Presbyterian church
this evening at 7:45 o'clock.
It will be opened by a sermon from
Rev. Dr. Fair, of the Independent
Presbyterian church of Savannah.
After the sermon, the Presbytery
will be railed to order
a new moder
ator will be elected to servo until the
seat regular mooting. The Presby
tery will then adjourn and take up
Its regular buelnees tomorrow morn
Further announcement .will be made
tonight and through the columns ot the
Those who have notified the pastor of
their Intention to b3 present have been
assigned to the following homes:
Mrs. M. 0. Howe— Rov. A. J. Smith,
Elder from Blacksher church.
with long thin necks —you see
them in every school—want
Scott’s emulsion of cod-liver
oil, to build up their poor little
shrunken scrawny bodies,
School will be of no use to
them. Something will carry
They have no play in them.
There is no fun in playing,
when everybody else can run
faster, jump further, turn round
quicker, and keep on longer.
Big head is no harm; let the
body be big too.
We’ll send yon a little to try If yon like,
j fcCQTT & BOWNE, 409 Pevlwreet, New York.
Mrs. Mary K.
pfaSrTGr. B'act—Rev. J. W. Quars
Messrs. Cornelius—lt :v. D. F. Shep
pard, E der J. A. Cromartie
Capt. and Mrs. Tapper—Hev. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Way-Rev. W,
M, Hunter, Elder A. E. Dlmmock,
Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Lewis—Rev. Chas
Montgomery, Elder from Waycross
Mr and Mrs. Wro. McDonald- Rev.
A. S. Allen, Elder M. Roed.
Mrs. Gann—Elder W. Poo, Elder F.
Mrs. Susie Way —Rev. R, A. Rr<y#n,
Watch this Space
for the grajid
Fall and Winter Opening:.
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, OCTOBER 12, 1900.
Elder Second church, Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins—Rev. W. A.
Nistett, Eldbr C. C. Varnadoe.
Misses Hezlehurst— Rev. M. E Pea
Mr. snd Mrs. P. W. Flemicg—Elder
J. B. Marlin.
Oglethorpe Hotel—Rey. J. Y. Fair,
O her delegates, who=e names have
not been sent in, will bears gncd to
homes upon their arrival.
Several families of the church, who
are so si tailed as to te unahl otc en
tertain oeiccates at the I nljfjlj have
cr.ntributtd toward necestSpglixpenseH
connected with the tn‘attainment of
: V".f • ....
There will be a preaching service ev
ery night during the session of Presby
tery. A epltVlid choir will be in
charge of the music.
.Tbs general pubi c is cordially Invit
ed to all the services, whether davo
Fair, of Savanaah, will accom
pany her brother as a visitor and will
entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Hugh
Bnrford at the Oglethorpe.
Mrs. McWhorter, of St. Mary’s, Ga .
will be a visitor to the meeting of
Presbytery, and will be entertained by
Mr,, Susie Way.
The Tms-<btA will print reports of
each day’s sessions, and will contain
Important anntAncements. Watob for
Several of the pulpits of the city
will be filled on Bundiy by the visit
Bsn tbs Kind Vmi Haw Always, Bought
Oorrectod Daily by dipt. Otto Johanneses
Port of Bnuusiok, Oct. 11,1900.
Steamer Geo. W, Clyde, .Chiches'er,
Boston, via Ports, merchandise and pas
Schr. Frank W. Howe, Williams,
Schr. William K. Park, Lee, Poit
land via Delaware.
Steamer Colorado, Ave.y, New York,
md-e. and passenger.
Schr. Annie L. Henderson, Barter,
All bills against the British steam
ship Kennett must be presented at
onr tffioe before noon
meat thereof will be debarred. Wm.
Johnston A_Co-;'Timtthfl, consignees.
Neither the msstsr nor owners
of the German bark Oldenburg
will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the orew of said bark.
Schbcker; Master -
• Ship Notice.
Neither the master, owners or con
signees of the Norwegian bark
Pioneer, will be responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew uf
RED HOT FROM THE GUN
Was the bill that bit G. B, Stead
mao, of Newark, Mich., in the C vil
war. It caused horrible Ulcers that
no treatment help for 20 jrare. Then
Bucklen’a Arnica Salve cured him.
Cores Cuts, Braises, Barns, Boils,
Felons, Uorus, Skin Eruptions. Beet
Pileoure on earth. 2Scts. a box. Cure
Sold by ti] druggists.
vSffiwKKa’ JSBff jRSpa,jJL •. iB
I AND BTHRNQTH tre two qualities desired by every
H ISA GORGEOUSLY BOUND
Work of art ha- just been issued at an
outlay of over 1100,000, for which 'he
publishers desire a Mi&ager in his
county, also a good solicitor; g od
pay to 'te right party. Nearly 100
full-page engrav.ng-, sumpturu* pa
per, illuminated covers ard binding-;
over 200 k Oden lii'es i the Morocco
bind t g-; nearly 50 in
the cloth binding*. S Us at ugh';
presses running day and night, so
great is the sale, Christian men and
women tusking fortunes taking t rier*.
R*p and peon otionr. One Ctiristian wo
man ui-do detr S6OO in four weeks,
taking orders among her church ac
quaintance* a-d friends. Write ns.
It nay lest! to a permanent position
to manege nor business and after
our large ccrresptndeooe, which you
.ns attend to right at your tin in. Ad
ores* J. A. Kn'ght. Secretary, Corco
ran bu lling, opposite United States
Treasury, Washington, D. C.
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