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WILL PROBABLY SEND A TEAM.
HOR*E Cl tHIJS HAVE NOT FII.LY
DECIDED VBOIT ‘EI GIRT.
liiinniili * I'rolMt IV#> Head— lf
tlun Referred Till a Special Nfrt.
Inic-I apt. Hop#* Nay* the Team. I*
It Loem, Will >ol I.IT the Hilton
Match—Ho Dootu't Want to Antag
nnlir Nor Bo InnijOßlioi
A (Lana July 13-Fine. anion ha? rot
ye* teen taken by th*- Go-e-raor a Hvr.-t
Guards reiaiive to **-rxJ:rg a i*-arn to
Girt. Indications arr that a team
Capt. George M H • -•-> to-r.:gb T .
“The protest frrxn Bavanr. ;i r * a * at
our resr j.ar r z la. 1 * f- U a:.d *'
cfe'-ldeO to <So no : % - . a *;-r a. mat
ing, shkn I -r.ei: n. within t ‘ '* **
■week or io. So far a- the H:.ton Troj^by
match is *- U 1 not enter that
IX we go. We war.i t > arry a <-am to r.
ter the carbir.e 'est and tie coxtanj
•Re don i warJ to do anything to .in
tag : ue ary of (be mii.iary of tne
and we .io i.v want them *o antagor:**-
Ui. We went to a lot jf exper - to fix a
aotn'tn;r.g I do rot tr.-.nk !t would be
improper for us to eeiei * • arblr.*.* team.
"Aiu *he Hilton Trop> i do ro 'O'*
to >i I have * t • ar I th* of
the JH: *on Trofl ma' h ;.* •*-& It
tna • that the Savannah reara iwa- rn.e
trear* i If we rar. get everything arraug
ed -a’i.-fa or. we w. 1 aka • *-am We
are now shoot r.g a- .r rar.fr-- 'or
I told fol George T <‘a:.r w he was
in Atlanta Monday that * Sa •• a; r.i h wo /: i
get up a shoot this fa I the Hot**- Guards
would contrlh .*. and I v. <j makr a per
sonal contribution We avf not.e but rr.e
kindest feeling? f r the Sava man team
H. K. HOW \ft I > UL.ID.
Atluntn 'fan 'occumbed to an Apop
Atlanta. July 13—R A Howard, se-re
tary and treasurer of rre Howard Trans
fer Company, d.-ed of apoj >xy a* 10
o’ oka k this morolr.z H* - of
fice at the time rne stroke nm*- Hf?
Bon, Alvin Howard, was with him. He
had been complaining when he went to
the office thi* morning, but no anxiety
W 8 felt. He died within seven minutes
after the attack came
Mr. Howard was the fa‘her of Mrs.
George Muse. George p. Howard and Al
- Howard of Atlanta and Ben Howard
of Houston. Tex. He wa? *JB year? old.
•nd had spent the whole of life tp,
Atlanta. Owing o the a beer,*#- of
George P. Howard and George Muse, who
are in New York, funeral arrangements
have been delayed.
COTTOY Bl I Klt DEAD.
8. L. Jamn of Yazoo City Expired
Yealerdar *n Atlanta.
Atlanta July 12 —T. B. Bum# and S. R
Deans to-day appointed cammixMon
of the city of Darien.
Dr. D. F. Sims of Odartown has been
reappointed on the State Dental Board for
a term of five year-.
S. I*.’Jam**, member of *he well-known
cot tor* firm of Peter James A Cos., of
Yazoo City, M;-- . died a_ tb*- Kimball
at 5 o’clock this afternoon. Heart fail
ure was th** cauH. Mr. Jame* had been
suffering with neurasthenia and was at
Lithia Springs a month for his health
Yesterday he grew wor*e and came to
Atlanta for medical treatment. Two
physicians were in his room when he died.
His brother, D. A. James, will arrive to
DIED FltOM INJI HIES.
Cc.pt Brorni'* Death Benoit of Hi*
From the Train.
Atlanta, July 13.—Cap*. George B
Brown's dea*h has resuited from Injuries
he received last Saturday night, when he
fell from the ■ a 'rain on which he
was going with the Fifth Regiment to
Capt Brown was f "rr -lx years of ag‘
and a native of Brooklyn, N. Y. He came
here in Ik?" a? th* representative of a
machinery house. He was for a number
cf years s nior member of th*- Brown Hl
King Supply Company, and later of th-
Brown Supply C. mpanv He is survived
by a wife and thr* ‘ sons, the oldest twelve
and the youngest ’! r <• y**ars of age The
funeral will •> ao- to-morrow after
noon with military honors.
flit AM H HANK TAXES.
The .Matter Will Be l*aed I pon To
day at Winder.
Atlanta, July 13.—The question whether
branch banks are texab<e will be passed
on at Winder to-morrow. The Winder
Bank is a branch of the Bank of Senoia.
of which W. fi Wttham is president. The
Winder concern claims the parent bank
pay* It* taxes, but the tax collector of
Je kfton county is p*r*i.-t*-ni In his effort
to get taxe* from th*- branch.
Attorney General Terrell will Bid W. J
Plk* of Ja It son ounty in representing
the contention* of the tax collector. Judge
Howard VanEpp* will represent the bank
ISEUS %'OI'ES FKON MAC ON.
Walter fluff I* Critically 111 With
fr’e % er.
Macon Ga , July 13.—Walter Huff, one
of Macon** most popular young men, J*
critically 111 with fever, f-aused by lathing
too Jcng at one lime at the Outing Club
The Macon Newspaper Club to-day ac
cepted an Invitation from Traveling Pas
a*nger Ag nt Carey of th Southern, for
an outing at Indian Spring, Sunday, July
People who have raised cantaloupes
around Macon this year for shipment
have cleared, on an av rage. sls> per acre
1n spile of the bad season. The rain* cut
off the errp.
Fifty homing pigeon* will be released
here to-morrow morning at 4:30 o'c o k
f.r a r- e. to Baltlmor' Th<*y wre ... nt
hero by the Am< r can Flying Club a cour 1
of da> ago Home of them are ex-** t*d
to irrlvi a i Baltimcu • • . night,
€OO mil-a away.
Tin- Turkish Admiral.
Washington, July 13.—The Turkish .Vl
mlral, Ahmed Pasha, who came to till*
country to consult shipbuilder* In regard
to procuring i war vessel for Turkey, left
here to-day for Philadelphia, an l will - ill
for Turkey from New York on July 18.
Illsturli Public Worship.
Atlanta. July 13.—The Ordinance Com
mittee of Council to-day appr6ved an or
dinance to prevent railroads from switch
ing freight trains In the vicinity of
churches on the Sabbath.
Hri. J, ( . Humphries Dead.
Wayeross, tla., July 13.—Mrs. J. C. Hum
phries died t 8:30 o’clock to-night. She
eras the wife of Alderman J. C. Hum
phries. Relatives has been tclegrnpncd
Old Ulcers mid sores—3o Cure, No
Tour druggist wdll refund your money If
Ta*o Ointment falls to cure you. 60c.
"To He or
cHot to He."
That is the Question that concerns cve~y
mortal: whether it is better io be half Cl.
nervous, wom out, or to be well, strong,
cheerful and useful. Tie latter condition
wClbe yours if you take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, America's Greatest Blood Medicine. —
there is nothing equal to it.
■ " "■■■■
%G.%I\AT I.IQ.VOH TBiITIC.
*uch a Resolution Defeated In I odiik
A Gar.* a July :l— A heated discus* .on
w'c.a pre-ipi*a*ed in the third da;- s
eton of the Young Peopte Christian Un
ion of the Universe list Church to-day. by
•he ir.rro*. . 'ion. of a resolution agair.s:
the i.quor traffic
Tn* reso. itic-ti im; 'e*-d total abstinence
ou the —r= of me l'nion ard eniiste*J
their effort* to .secure law? municipal arvi
na joiral wouui prohibit The man
a ture and sale of intoxUati&g liquors
as a beverage.
Rev F f W Pcrkir.s of Conr*■:l cu* pro
t*?xi that the resolution was a restrain',
on me liberty o? Individual a t.on. Rev.
A • ’ Grier of Ra -:ne Wis mad*- n
impassioned speech in favor rt* r**o> , J
It was defeated by a majority of
The reports and recommendations
considered at tr.* busier*** session. A rec
ommendation looking to a closer union
wih the national organization of the
whole Vnlversa!ist Church we adopted.
Resolutions wer* to have ar. an
nual f offering. in< .udlng what is known
a l . I, for assist
ing divinity students in securing an edu
At the right session. Mis? Jenr.ie K ; i:s.
state president for Rhode Island, presided.
An addree? on "Our Young People arid
Our Republic,*’ was delivered by Rev W.
J Taylor of Maine. Rev. Lyman Ward
of Alabama spoke on ‘ Education, the
Problem of Youth and Reform
WILLIAM G. WHIDBY I)E %D.
He Wn a Veteran Vewapaper Man
and Was Widely Known.
Atlanta. July 13—William G. W hid by.
a newspaper men of the oid school and
one of the best known men in Georg*a.
died w noon at hi? residence in this city.
May 30 he was stricken with paralysis,
ar.d later h r had an atta' k of typhoid
fever. The ourial will be at Decatur.
Service* will be conducted at the resi
dence to-morrow morning.
Maj. Whidby was born at Augusta, six
ty-eix years ago. He began his newspa
per career there. Subsequently he move-1
to Macon, where he was connected with
He entered the Confederate service as
member of the Tenth Cavalry, Col.
Charles T Goode commanding and mad
a fine record as a soldier. He was a
member of the Joe Wheeler Camp of
Confederate Veterans. After the wy h*
became associate editor of the Constitu
tion. He ft a*• also connected with th-
Southern Cultivator, mvl for fifteen years
he had beeti with the Franklin Printing
He #sas married twice. His first wife
w o Mary K Jo4.es of Atlanta, who
died six years ago. Ills second wife, who
was M ? Emil: I^ateste of August i. sur
vives him. He leaves ejght children, A.
H Whidby of Stone Mountain. <\ A.
Whidby of Pine hurst, N. C., K. T. WhSd
bv of Charlotte, N. C.. C C. Whidby,
W. W Whidby, Mrs E E. Teber Mrs
B. S. Moore, and Miss Grace Whidby of
DEATH HATE l> BE % I FORT,
In funnily llinh Mortality Among the
Beaufort* S. C.. July 13.—The rate of
mortality here and on the surrounding isl
ands has become appallingly
Strange to relate, it is confined to the ne
gro race. Apf>arently there is no epi
demic to account for such an unusually
high death rat#* in a section noted for
the longevity of its p*opl?- The sanitary
condition of the town is excellent, and it
is difficult to imagine the cause of the
trouble. Over twenty negroes have died
within the town limit* within a month,
while in the country death is a daily vis
A concert was given at the arsenal here
to-r.lght by the Ladles' Parsonage Society
of the Carterel Street M K. Church. The
ladies worked hard to insure the success
of th*lr entertainment, and were re
warded by liberal patronage on the part of
the people of Beaufort. Besides vocal
end instrumental music there was tab
leaux, recitations, etc., at the conclusion
of which an abundance of excellent cake
and cream was disposed of.
WASHINGTON IT URIASWICK.
Fifth Heglrnent Will llctnrn for
< npt. Hronn'# Fonernl.
Brunswick. Ga., July 13.—Booker Wash
ington and wife delivered three lectures
here to-day under the auspices of the
John F. Slater fund, and were each time
greeted by packed houses.
To-night, at the First African Baptist
Church, one of Brunswick's largest edi
fices, the building was crowded beyond Ps
standing room capacity with both white
and colored people, all of whom enjoyed
Washington * lecture on the pica of In
dustrial education for the negro race, and
responded to hi? sentiments by liberal
and frequent applause.
It is annnounced to-night that the en
tire Fifth Regiment will come up from
Cumberland at 4 o'clock to-morrow' morn
ing and take a special train to Atlanta,
In order to reach home and attend Capt.
Brown’s funeral. Capt. Brown was ln-
J rre<l while coming to Brunswick with
the regiment, and news of his death to
day caused the regiment to decide to re
MODIFY TUB 1111.1,.
(irrmany Will Hold Meat tlensnre In
Washington, July 13.—The Herman gov
ernment has consented, on the earnest rc
quest of the United Stales minister to Mer
lin, Mr. White, lo modify the new meat
Inspection bill so that it will not Inlet fere
with existing contract obligation* of
Hy this arrangement all present con
tracts will V* carried out on the present
basis of Inspection, and the new system
will apply after there has been opportu
nlty to make contracts with the full
knowledge of the changed condition of af
tOdlll.W VKIt Y 11,1,.
Commander of the llnleluh at Mani
la Hum Pnrnnionin.
Bloomington, In., July 13.—A telegram
has been received by relatives announcing
the critical Illness of Capt. Coghlan, com
mander of the Raleigh In the bailie of
Manila. He had an attack of pneumonia,
and an operation was necessary and his
recovery Is doubtful. He is with his wife
at Colorado Springs.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, JULY 14. 1900.
\ u:w ( IHLi: LWE.
\rrancevuen t Bflos Made to E*t* b
lih *n ißtmational Owe.
Washington. July 12.—An attempt h-as
been on foot for isome days to ar
rar.ze am r.g *u- Powers now operating
ui China for tn international cable ron
c*o*:ng the base of Chinese operation*,
either w-th Sr< r.ghai. Port Arthur. Yoko
hama '>r * >m.e r.*-r ;o." ’h rough wr. : h
more speedy communication can be had
with the outside world.
The Si<*Te. War arid Navy Departments
here have ai! b*-*n part.-- to tbe onfer
snee, which have be.n conducted with a
z-ee* of d:;4omatic secrecy. Both
the War ar.d Navy Department have
T ten hgurmg for months past on a trar.--
Paclfic cable, and. consequently, have all
the necessary informations at their fin
The War Department now has fifty
mUes of cable re-dy to ship *o Manila, to
bt foil-wed ry >• more about the f.r*t
of August This wa to have been
for inter-.-la r.d communication :r. The
Philippines, but the urgency of the case
may cause it :o be diverted to China.
The <xpene of this undertaking, ac
*ord:ng *o the present tentative arrange
ments. will be borr.e jointly by the Pow
ers interested. It is impossible at pref
er.*: to give a fair estimate o? the time
that wouid be consumed in carrying out
the project, but it is probable that the
United States is in position to do the
work more quickly than any other na
POINDED OIT MINY IIITfG
Philadelphia Took an Easy Gome
Pittsburg. J 1; IZ —The batting averages
of the Phl.adfbphias were materially fat
tened to-day. Attendance 3,400. S or*-:
Pittsburg 2 0 0 2 0 4 0 C*— 8 3 5
Philadelphia . 5 4 4 3 4 r * a 3—23 24
Game called to allow Philadelphia to
Batteries—-Dee ver. Chesbro and O'Con
nor, Piatt and McFarland.
\>w York* Rutted Well.
New York. July 13.—The New Yorks
gave a exhibition of he?tirg
against the Brooklyns this afternoon, and
won easily. Score: R.H.E.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0— 1 6 6
New York ..4 7 03*0010 x—l 419 1
BatTeries—Howe.l. Dunn. Kennedy, M -
Girnity and McGuire; Hawley and War
One It ii n In the Last.
Cincinnati, July 13.—T0-day's game wa?
a pitcher* struggle between Philip? and
Jones, in which the former came out on
top. Score. R.H.E.
Cincinnati .0 00000000 I—l 6 1
Sr. Louis 0 0 0000000 o—o 3 2
Batteries-Philips and Peitz, Jones and
At Detroit: Detroit, fi; Chicago, 4.
At Buffalo: Buffalo, 10; Kansas City, 2.
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis, 8; Mil
At Cleveland: Minneapolis, 5; Cleve
A r Syracuse—Syracuse. 3; Rochester, 6.
At Hartford—Hartford. 5; Worcester, 1.
At Springfield—Springfield, 4: Providence,
OFFICERS FOR TIIE DEATISTS.
Those Elected l> the Yssocintion nt
Norfolk. Va.. July 13.—The third annual
meeting of the National Dental Associa
tion that closed to-day at Old Point Com
fort, was one of the most successful meet
ings ever held by the organization. The
election of officers for the ensuing year
resulted as follows:
President—G. V Black Chicago.
Vice President for the Weet—W. T
Brophy. Chicago, re-elected.
Vice President for the South—M. F.
Finley. Washington, re-elected.
Vice President for the East—E. S. Gav
iord, Hartford, Conn.
Recording Secretary—A. H. Peck. Chi
Corresponding Secretary—Mary E. Gal
Treasurer—Henry W. Morgan, Nash
\ ille, Tenn.
Executive Council—H. J. Barkhart. Ba
tavia. N. Y.; J. W. Crawford, Nashville.
Term.; Thomas Fillebrown* Boston; W.
E. Griswold, Denver; B. Holly Smith,
Executive Committee—C. M. Johnson,
Chicago; T. P Hinman, Atlanta; B. H.
Ja<k*on. New' York.
The association will meet next year at
Milwaukee, Wig., on the fir>:t Tuesday In
FA KB \V(M I.D.VT STAND.
BnrlM** ii ml Cos. It<>piHJint*d Their
Purchase of Cotton.
Norfolk, Va., July 13.—John N. Vaughan
sold Barbee Cos. a large quantity of cot
ton on Sept. 19, last, the sale being based
on the fake quotations from Liverpool sent
over this country by Hire that dov. which
considerably increased the price of cot
Barbee & Cos. subsequently repudiated
the sale and Vaughan sued. The case was
heard about two weeks ago by Judge
Hanckel, sitting in the court of law and
chancery, and it wns to-day decided in
favor of Barbee & Cos.
DOING TO MIN NBTOAK A.
Jones In on II in Wny There for n
Tw o Weeks* Kent.
Minneapolis. July 13.—Senator James K
Jones, chairman of the Democratic Na
tional Comml tee, arrived here to-day on
his way to Lake Minnetonka, where he
will rest two weeks. He said when the
time comes for a statement as to Charle*
A. Townes course of action with refer
ence to the Populist nomination for Vice
President, Mr. Towne will himself make
it public. Senator Jones would not even
admit that a decision was reached at the
recent Lincoln conference.
ADM ITS IIIS fit ILT.
VVenterveK Says Me Stole Between
Newark, N. J . July 13.—Charles R.
Westervelt, secretary and treasurer of
the Dime Savings Institution of this
city, under arrest as a defaulter, admits
that he has stolen between 135,000 or 140.-
000, and the official* do not think it wi*l
go above the latter figure.
Brokers Closed I |>.
New York, July 13.—The offfre of Lewis
Q. Tewksbury &r Cos., produce exchange
brokers, was closed to-day on an attach
ment secured against he firm by YV.
Browning Johnson for $12,472, said to l.e
deposited with the Him. Mr. Johnson
stated that he secured the attachment
because he believed the Arm was going to
No Spun I* It Wiir Vessel.
Madrid, July 13.—Honor Sllvela, tlie
Spanish Premier, says that no Spanish
war vessel will go to China, Spain, hav
ing no Interest* to defend in the extreme
Illnrk llruds on I'on l —No < lire, No
Your druggist will refund your money If
Pazo Ointment falls to cure you. W
)|at Be the Alabama'* Average
?prrl for Four Hour*.
Wi**.jgtoo. July 23.—The Cramp oro
pacy has notified the department *hai me
uattleship Alabama will in readiness to
leave the shipyard for its a< eptar. e trial
or. the 14th proximo. The requested per
mission for the use of the dock will be
granted arid the trial of the vessel be
made as soor* after as possible. The trial
will take place over the regular course off
Cape Ann. Mass
Tn* AJaburna will be required to main
tain in average p*-ed of sixteen knots
during a run of four hours.
Washington. July 13 Arrangements are
being mede to s*-nd squadron of the
T'n.r 1 Cavalry at Fort Myer Va to San
-co in a few weeks ir. order that it
may embark on the transport Mead-*-.
;.-Juled to sail from tha: port on Aug. L
Bolivia'* Repreentati ve.
Washington. July 13. —Word was receiv
ed at th*- sta T e department to-day to the
effect that Dr. Fernando E Guachalla
has fce n appointed envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary cf Bolivia to
the United States
J L* Corker of Brur.swkrk. Ga . and Mies
Maxkne Desverges of Savannah. Go., were
married Thursday, Ju.y 12, at the study
of Dr. Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist
DANIEL —TY.e friends of Dr. and Mrs.
John W. Daniel are invited to attend t’.ie
funeral of their infant so John Ralston,
from S* Paul s Episcopal Church, at Z
o'clock this afternoon. Interment in Lau
rel Grove Cemetery.
HARTRIDGE—The relatives and friends
of Mr. Gaza way Hartridge are invited to
a*tend his funeral from Christ Church,
this day at 5 o’clo k p. m
W M. K. GO MM. M. D.,
•nvamiali. Go., writes:
Mr. Harry Gardner consents willingly
to have you publish his case, desiring
*hu? to express hLs gratitude , for the
benefits derived by him from the use of
Suwanee Springs Water. When I first saw
Mr. Gardner in March, 1592, his body was
completely covered with ulcerations. He
informed me his dated from
the previous December, when he observ- i
ed a large number of abscesses form
ing on various parts of his body. These
had gradually broken down and resulted
finally in the picture presented. Under
vigorous treatment his condition showed
temporary marked improvement until the
following November, when the diease be
came much more violent. The ulcerations
increased in depth and six*, until finally
they had literally scooped out whole
masses of tissue. His condition was pitia
ble in the extreme and his death was ex
"Upon the introduction of Suwanee
Springs Water here. I ordered him to make
free use of it. The result was surprising.
Within two days improvement in all his
symptoms eet in and continued rapidly
inlll in four weeks all ulcerations had
■ After the experience I had with Pu
wanee Wai*r I take in recom
mending it. having used it also in other
cases, always with marked benefit.”
FRI ITS, VEGETABLES, GROCERIES
Fancy Peaches in 4-quart baskets.
Fine Sweet Cantaloupe* cheap.
Extra large Ivy Watermelons.
Fine Fincapples cheap.
Fancy Messina Umons.
Try our 24-lb. sack Patent Flour 68c sack.
Fancy Columbia River Salmon, cans, 15c
Try our 400 pound Mixed Tea for iced tea
Our Golden Rio Coffee, parched, 15c; 2
pounds for 25c.
Full Cream Cheese, just In, cheap.
Fancy Drip Syrup, in quart cans, 10c.
Try our Fancy Rio at 15c per pound.
Try our Columbia River Salmon 10c can.
Try our Georgia Syrup, put up in bottle?.
Ginger Ale and Claret Shrub and Grape
ty-gal.jars Fancy Mixed Pickles 25c each.
Try our Importfd Sardines, H boxec 15c. '
C. A. DRAYTOU GROCERY COMPANY,
G. S. Van Horne, V. i\
TO BE DISPOSED OF.
A Splendid Launch.
One of the Prettiest and Finest Boats
Anew launch, in the water hardly 30
day*; 35-foot. 4-horse power. One of the
fleetest and prettiest boats here. Outruns
all others. Complete, with awning, anenor,
brass lanterns, cushions, tools, flags. Ice
cooler and lockers under every ivat In
fact, all ready for a cruise. The l>oat is
perfectly appointed, and is provided with
everything necessary and can be used im
mediately. This launch use* half the
naphtha that other boats of her size use.
For particular? apply at Geo. Bcliwnrz'g
saloon, corner Congress and Whitaker
streets, the De Soto bar. Hicks' restau
rant. or LIPPMAN BROS.,
Wholesale Dr legists.
TEMPER ATI RF,
At Suwanee Springs Thursday. July 12:
7 a. m 72 degrees
Ml a. m 75 degrees
1 p. m 79 degrees
6 p. m 77 degrees
10 p. tn 72 degrees
TO-DAY, PRIME NATIVE BEEP
And my usual supply of Prime Western
Reef and Mutton Spring Umb. Veal,
Matt bless Corned Beef, srri all the deli
cacies. Come and sec the fnest and best
equipped meat itnlls in the city, every
thing clean and of III;- vtty best quality.
Sunday delivery. JOHN FUNK,
Phones 557. City Market.
s\N FRANCISCO RESTAURANT,
JOE CHANQ, Proprietor,
113 Drayton street.
Good service. Splendid fare.
Popular price. 25 cents.
Meals servtd to order.
Extra cuts of Beef and Spring Lamb.
Joyce knows how to cut them.
All kinds of vegetables.
Best Elberta Peaches.
Good cooking Pears. Melons on Ice.'
Choice Cold Cantaloupes.
Phones 107. J AS. J. JOYCE.
Extra for the next few days:
Fat anrl plump.
M. S. GARDNER,
Thones 673, Wayne and Whitaker.
PALMER HARDWARE COMPANY,
Mouldings, Sash. Doors and Biinds.
Grille Work. Stair Work,
Hardwood Interior Finish,
Turned Work. Columns. Porch Work,
Mantels and Grates.
Low Estimates Furnished.
A Marvelous Success.
J. PINKI’SSOHN & CO.. 2% Bay street, west, Sivannah, Ga.
BONDY & LEDERER,•.“Iakers. New York.
Prunes, Prunes, Prunes.
Nothing i more healthful at this season than gooJ prunes. We have
a choice lot of tine fruit at
sc, tOc, Jsc and 20c pound.
Also Imported (Frec.cht Prun- s. 3-pound glass jars 65*:. Ask for price:
on Evaporated Peaches. Apples anl Apricots.
MUNSTER’S, b "' f ”:T,T vion
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 8. Saturday, July 14. |
Baked Grouper au Court Bouillon.
Potatoes a l'Algerienne.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
s Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles.
Baltimore Beef, au jus.
Ricefleld Lamb, with jelly.
Veal Kidney? ala Bretonne.
Green Corn Fritters, Maryland styla.
Boded Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes.
Rice, Boiled Okra, Roasting Ears.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Lemon Meringue Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese. Cracker*. Fruit.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
NOTICE Tt) CO NTH ACTORS.
City of Savannah,
Office Fire Department.
Savannah. Ga.. July 11, 1900.
All bids for constructing engine house
i No. 6 having rejected, oemied pro
posals for erecting thi station in a<*-
(ordanre with revised plans and spo id
eations will be received at the office of
the undersigned until 12 o’clock noon of
July 18. Successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish bond.
Plans and specifications can now be ha l
by applying at the office of the Superin
tendent of the Fire Department, corner
of Indian and West Broad street*.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE, Supt.
SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engines .and Boilers.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
City Treasurer s Office
Savannah, Ga., July 1, 1100.
The following taxes are now due:
Real estate, second quarter 1900.
Stock in trade, second quarter 1900.
Furniture, ere., second quarter 1800.
Money, mortgages, etc., second quarter
Also water rents in advance for six
months ending Jan. 1, 1901.
A discount of 10 per cent, will be allow
ed upon all of the above if payment is
made within fifteen days after July 1.
C. S HARDEE, City Treasurer.
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
By paying year bills on os be
fore the loth Inst.
B. H. LEVY * ORO.
By the American Bonding and Truat Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation), all bonds in Judicial proceedings
In either the state or Un'led States
courts. and of administrators and
BEARING A HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Rullolng.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands $25,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate et reasonable rates of Interest
BECKETT & BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
FANCY AND RG-TOMIBO BRICK.
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pressed brick, paving and
building bricks Our common brick are
the best for building purposes, being larger
than other kilns make, and cheeper. See
samples end prices.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
_ Congress and Drayton streets
The articles named below are a’.l
Fteriilzci. rerooimendel as
bfing in every particular
CREAM UF WHEAT 20c
WHEAT IN A 25c
RALSTON'S BREAKFAST F00D......15c
PILLSBURY 8 BREAKFAST 15c
HEUKER S ROYAL BREAKFAST- 29c
HECKER'S ROLLED WHEAT 15c’
We make a specialty of keeping the
above all fresh, and constantly in stock.
IS. I BRUSH a, ■
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
A GOOD TMWER
Depends a great deal upon the lPtle
things you buy from the gro er. We give
just as much attention to ihe small lines
as we do to Teas find Cofrees, Canned
and Preserved goods. Nothing is of little
importance. We offer to-dey;
Fancy Elberta Peaches.
New Ivy Watermelons.
Cantaloupes every day.
Sweet Pickles, pint bottles If)c.
Sliced Peaches, in cans, at 10c.
Fancy Large White Cherries at 15c.
Lime Juice, In bottles, 25c.
Get our price on Eggs to-day.
JOHN T. EVANS & CO.-,
Congress and Barnard streets.
Two fones 256.
Bl Y OSLY THE BEST UISCF.It AI.E.
The best Is the Whee’.cr Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city. Tnese
springs are the property of Wheeler &
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those waters but
themselves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale Is
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; one
Is deleterious—the other is a tonic.
For Heaithfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale Is tbe best.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga.
\o\V IS THE TIME TO HBNOY.ITG.
We renovate and remake with hair
ticking moss mattresses U, hair and wool
mattresses $5. We get the size of bedstead
and make your mattress to o-der, without
extra charge. Fine curl and hair and moss
mattresses n specialty. Our medicated
steam renovator will purify and clean as
we'l as increase in volume your feather
l>eds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds $5, bolsters $1.50, pil.ows 75-. All
work guaranteed first-class.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone 11M. 331 Drayton street.
LARUE WAREHOUSE AND
to rent, located head of Brough'on
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will give up
business In the city on June l, i offer
It for rent from that date
H. P SMART.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken cure of
for the summer is to turn the Job over io
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or cull at 3 1 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate ot. the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable They also pack, move and
Store furniture and piano*.
8, C. H. MEDLOCK. Supt and Mgr.
LEOPOLD ADLER, c # ~.TT
President Vice }■-- . ‘—A
BARRON CARTER A-- - 1
The Chatham Bank
WtH be pleased to r
of Mer bants Firms. Iml.v::] , . **
and Corporations. "**.
Liberal favors; extended.
Unsurpassed collection facil ..
ing prompt returns. r;:r *
Separate Savings D;partm:nt.
INTEREST COMEOINDEO , lIAB
TEBLV ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes an.l y,
rent. Corresjtotxience soli ::e| ‘ ro *
Tiie Citizens Bai
Ur 3AV A.\.\Al4. "
11 n 1. .. „ ,
solicits Account. f i„ d i T | daa ,
Merchants, Bank. nd other cor.2
Collection, bandied with .af ttT
economy and dispatch. 1
Interest compounded qn.rterl.
allowed on deposit, in oar s, ln „
Safety Dey o.it Bose, and Stor,
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. Prr.| rt . nt
MILLS B. LANE. Vice Pr,.| dtnt '
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Ca.hler.
GORDON L. GROOVER. A.t. Cn.hlr^
•of the a.ate of Georg.a 11
Suip.us and undivided proat.r—. -jia a
UKltSilUtU or' i'rit. ci'AXfc;
Suuer;or facllit.es iur oaniactlng a
ut-tm xu,... 77. n- s ,
Collect ions made on ah , ouu. •
accesstbie tnrougn !K> ..r,j hsnken.
Accounts ct i.ai.ks. i.aT.ite. a. ilsrc .att
ar.d otheis solicited, cafe Deposit bextj
Department of Savins* lntorost ptyiya
Cells Stearlir.s Exchange on Londoa a
JOHN FLANNERT. President
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice PrestdmL
JAMES STILT tvan
JNO. FLANNEKV. Wli W. GORDON
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON, It,
H A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS. JO9EPH FERST
H P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIH
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Mil Ml III! It
Account? of banks, merchant* eerpo-x.
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes ar.d Storage Vaults :'of
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of th#
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. A’ice President
W. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
No. iota. ChartereJ. ldti
Krdiis 1M It
CAPITAL, JCOO.CQO. SURPLUS. *100,004.
l.NiiJlb STATES DEPOSITuKL
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BEIKNE GdKIXjN, Vie* Pre.id.nt.
W. M. DAY ANT. Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, ra*
chants and corporations received upoc
the most favorable term, consistent wit*
safe ar.d conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Ib.s rank ou,rs ,ts ser.l.es :o corpora-
Lens, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, >
cdnlstrator. guardian, etc.
lasues drafts cn the piinc'pal e " le * **
Great Britain and Ireland and on tM
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Saving Department.
Safetv Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN, Vice Preslleab
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass’t Cashier.
ANXIOUS TO SELL
A two-story double cottage on a cor
A one-story cottage on a corner, ar
a lot sixty feet front by one hundred ar.d
i seventeen fee deep, wit'i two wide street#
! and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to sell t a
they will take a part cash and giv ,on *
time on the balance at a low rate of In
! terest. C. H. DOBBETT.
10 Sir ili;
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper I older,
will fold sheet 27xL. It Is in e coi ctdtr '
Price *IOO. It cost originally *l.lOO. bJ!
vve have no u.e for it and want the rJO ®
It will be an invaluable adjunct to d °f
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ivlll not trouble you If
SHOO All SHEET. It Is
Is a toilet powder that Instant')
pels the dlsHltreenble odors nri
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Hives quick relief for sun burns “ and