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CLAY WANTS NO CHINA WAR.
<;eoh(.i \ >r\\Tou or> it i
Ife nrjjnrd* the situation Critical.
CiOifrnneni Onr* Cititen* in
1 liina the Dufy of Protection —Thi*
Should Hr \oord'd lUrouah Di
plomacy—( lay Kuow* Nothin*; of
an i:\ira Session—Gov. * a oilier on
Atlar.:*. Ju v >' ~S utcr Steve Cay
c?mf down t com M a t - ar.d
:i confer* r.l w *a i K* word
ing the Or :n•<-••• > . •• ->d Yhe
e.tuation in * a is r - " r ' : '*!. 1
scncereVy o: r h that this coun
try tv ; ■ i u-i • >v* sr V* ■ i
Onina it - .1 . * r - >vc; ;m 'it
owes to o> r ' China to I '
their lo aid pi* ; - ' i £■ ood -tate*-
roanship d<r.A’d# t: a e\ ry isib.e
hr o i rotr : them
i brou| h and • na . and good tnantgemtot
v. iuhocr r*. * • - tv' war
“The }> pula: ion of Ch::: i number? 'our •
hundred r son - \ 1 : -i
there a? a serious one It r* , res ca -
tioir sound busir.es? v i m arxi hi>t- a*s
#*'o?!na: -hip to deal w. h the wr i t
o: affairs r>w ot frot ting us 1 .m r)t
in f\or of resorting to i; van be
possibly avoid* i
Cor., emu g .in extra session of Congress
be Hte :i. ed Sera tor <' a> o-;' ' i have ;
no information or. trat lire. l.*:t e?s t •r ;
should bo id a term I change in the si tui
tion te next f tv i • > > *h :• ir
6.5 probahi sty. t*e ar extra -•? or of
Congress iled for the pur,*o of taking
Go\. Ciindier < i:1 of the Chin tro iMe
“It is grow ing more and n ore serious ev
ery day I V- rk the gov* rnmer.t snould !
p rotect the Foes o' its enjer.s at ad asz
LET HIM OFF %Ci\l\.
Not Firn n rromir to Hr Good El
acted of Woorivrnrd.
Atlanta. July I*s.—“Firis'’ was vrritter
on the \Y .. v i-.i inves igation at the
Council meeting th.s afternoon
Two months ago a .-Mr.rr.itte-e was ap
pointed to invtvigaie the condu* of tbe
Mayor and to ascertain if he had beer
guilty of any at? which would warrant j
impeachment. Several wseks wen spent
in secret sessions A I A * ar.* who ■
were a;>le to throw any I chi or tr.-e May
or s conduct were s :mrv. i e-i as a tr*-?-* !
The alleged insobriety and other trans
gressions were fit ly pr>- ; into. and though
evklenct- was tak* :: >r the nr. -of se
crecy. the tnos: set s. Coral pat:? found
their way into the r.-• w - ropers
For more -n a rr-ontp nothing was
beard from :es Ic\ r*::gat .->n Committee
ar and the o r •- n- - - t w ?.t :m n
- wou and be dor- Tr af > rr*.or. two
report? w-re s ;tr/t>i te* toe Cour l. Al
dermen " e h ird Kkpjiir. k ard Coun:f
oen Hinrt an i p'r*r>i . rra-
Jocity wpert. - w h n they ?.e:d Cey had
t* - •
trt: * le ha-: to., -i -cme tn.rgs
which th. A y o>a.d r - vvnrr.end. r-y were
of th cpitior. that s> graf " re
port of their proceeding? sheud be re
ferred to ire city attorney f r
a report Thsy tfc ght the at
torney should *v he w nmher the evkdecoe
Juettf.ed impe .i nme r.t F e r.d: r g t ? vk
caex-cj they recoermer.ded that the evi
dence be kept se *^t.
Ooun.llmac Ma vdcx submitted a minor
ity report. Before rca line it. be said :h *
w hen he took the oath of **-e v - ?w
to do his duty In v.ew of that Pledge
fee could rot sign the majori.y :>:v>rt He
thee, began to re*d h:s reper: ,r. n ch hr
called for immed. ir* -i ... ni
ir. that ... h a cours*- wn? vie maided .•>
tbe evidence He was on th* point of
c: leg certain portions of h- 5 ;est:mony
when Council mar Pop-e r.. se*l ar. p •
ti<m Mr Pops sail he the gnt it wa =
ftit-ig Coactnittee co be d:vL.g-ed a: that 1
Counriknan Mirih.rette moved that both J
report? le aid on thf ta '.e rr.ot.c
was carried Ccur hm&n M M x aloe.-'
voted against *t Th* ended the ioves
tigaticr At he *nd ft - Coir I meet
ing Mayor wuri m.e :he
in front of the htv Ha He was tv
center of an enthusiaxm group, and ww
kept busy rece.vir § o on. gratia t kxes at
c\i.m:i> to r. hkf;.
Minister From \r*r < incinttnti May
.o to Atlanta.
Attar • J. V ii —Rfij c r ■WTlmrr
peslor of Ntiv;(y Church a! Pr:-* Hill
ccr Onclnr.di: ha? v fJ , lo g.
Luke; in th.s ;> ar.l ;; is b*.ive<l
Shoii'.d Sr Lake . he fa cffui in •-
curing Re. Mr Wiimn. an tx.cndcvl
f-: r a paster w j be brojgnt to
an eod Rtv Char -s Jessi-i was the io>
pastor the chur ha 1 Hts health failed
several months , v .i he r* signeJ. Hr
- * r ' ••
After the resigt Mr Jr-- ip the
v^s:r > -v-'.ied Ke* Wi Lam K. E' ar.s of
ColurrCia S C.. to e ; pi: He tie
chr.ed :b- a Ia ■; of extra oathe
dna. f S: s r r ,.-ter. Sin v
bis declination if the vail St Lukes
had nr. undemanding w.:a the ithe-lr.r.
and the ex a work req .irei of the mini.-
ur has bee. greatjy ■ 14 . -i. Tn - fea
tttre wil the--fore tot be in the way of
Rev. \Y ..me r .1 c;>t:rg the -al
Editor* Spent the Forenoon In
U alklng Aboat.
At.ant a Jj’y 3* e Georgia Weekly
Press As- at. r :ne r.urdrcd and flf.t
“ 1 ' morning Xo
business w,t tra: - fed. Lut a few hours
sjvr.c p.ios ..'Uly :r walking around
the city and chatting with eac jr.o:her.
At noon :l.c editors left for Athens to
partake of inrhe-.-ue this af .rnoor.. anu
a banquet to-ntg.o:
Tre aar >1 business will -,ik*
at E.-srtor. to-m n This years
trip a - :!’ Include Toccoa. T 1 a- Augttt*
ta Charles- n a:xi he Is'.e of l . ms. T>e
c-ffi-er* e as. a: on i W ft
Cv-lems. - - rr. \V s S . Ice’.font
•awtuff. an > James v. Andersm
ATTEMItM E MILL UK LARGE.
Mnay Expected at the Industrial
Atlanta. July if—Attendance at the .-on
v*r-K>n of the A> them Industrial League
pr causes to b-t* unusually .urge. INaily
H r w?x-r.s w. be- h*-! i Wtdnr*vlay. Thursday
and Fr ; i3i> Six bus ies? men
have i *e-rted ir.vii.iuon* to be present.
T->-morro nr in? mere hi n? will begin to
arrive from all parts of the South.
A Guaranteed ( urr for Piles.
iTvh.r.g b;.Q<! bleedm* or protrud.nff p .es
car bo pay a . iruagi?** are aut
' > ft* r.-tai. .!avtu-er? of Pazo i*:Je Ointment
t*< re‘ t • iue i*. where ; fails to curt Buy
l r-' ordutarr ea>e* in six dav? the
v..-*- n tovrb-vr. t . > Or.# application give
*a<e sc J r itching Instant v This
is anew it c ... er> and t* toe onlv Piie remedy
aoiJ oa a positive guarantee co cure no pay
Price S.k If tour drugs :t don t keep It fu
*Uck cd -? .n po-tage stamps and we
will forwar 1 same t>j mail Manufacturv 1 tv
Men: clue Cos St, Louis Mu M nvfac
turer* of Laxative Bromo Quiatat *ad
writ'i TeaiCitas Chili Tonlv.-ad,
" Wilful Waste
Makes Woeful Want.
& is as ‘Zi'isteful not to secure evkii
you -,eed aii miccht Kt<ce as & v to sqiiAr
df 'whit you AlrcAdy possess. Health is
priceless possession. You cm scare -t
s-.d keep it by taking Hoof s SmsapAnT.a
which purifies the blocc. ares disease, and
imdgorates the whole syste-n.
BE At FORI HOI IN ( HIM.
doting Stephen Elliott With the Ma
rine i orp*—Beaufort News.
Be.i uiort. S. C . July If—Lieut. Stephen
E.iiott cf the I’r :ted Stales Marine Corps
is rendering a good aivount of himself in
;.:* 'r *r t At prtscr.t he is attached to
M ; W i.U" ? commard in China Young
F o:t is a Beaufort boy the youngest son
of Congressman William Elliott. He was
ed.; ted at Lehigh University. Beth.e- j
hem. Fa . and for eome lime served as j
private secretary to his father Several
m r*'.' ag>* after passing a rigid exam!- j
rat or he was com missioned a second
lieutenant in the United Stoles Marine
Corps and almost immediately left for i
Manila In compliance with order- ass>gn
irg him to and tiy n the F illppines. The
lie ocnart ha - many friends I * re who have
kr.mn him from childhood, and whose
be-: w - tire with him That re wtil
prove a credit to his csen profession no I
one w h > know - him will doubt Sufti lent
of th* Wood of his a -e-tor the gallant
v'onfederate General Stephen F.l.kotl. for
whom he is tame i courses through his j
veins to make him a hero.
Mr Frank Entreken of Vineland. N. J j
who f* t ree month- past has betn etn
plo><yi as foreman n the office of the !
Beaufort G ixftre. died at the re silence of
Cci Wii.iam Kill tt to-day. The young
mar *1 made mar.y friends her*- by h:s
and winning mariner-, and his un
r.rr.e.v .lent has cai.-ed much eidnes?
in this community.
The R*\ Mr. Krrreken cf New Jersey,
father of the y .' g rr. in. arrived yester
day ad was w.ih him to the erd The
remair.s will be taken to his home in New-
Mere Placed in the Way of Joel
At’arM July if —The electric lirht
frar. nise of the Atlanta Railway Com
pany wer.t through another move to-day
in the game in wrv. h the Council arvi
the aloermar..: board have been indulg
.re New- .ordi loci? were attached which
w i probably mak® the franchise less ac
r* to the ::t;c*nir.g company, which
ad a • idy :ni:mated :ha: >t would not
i:rept the grant in ns former shape. The
:'.ew franchise must rx'-w go back o the
board for approval. The
bang*-- made to-day are. in substance,
1 T..e .fe cf he franchise s limited to
:w, .y years :r the substitute, instead or
fifty years, as ir. the original.
! Bond is require*! to tie given by x
security company instead of a personal
bond by the company.
4 The scoat:tut- ram*- a definite dis
trict in w hich the conduits ahali be tekl
before the enterprise snail be considered
finished to a working anis The district
embra es tne center of tow r The sub
stitute requires the company to readjust
tV:r poles tvhen grading the street makes
5 It also requires the joint use of poles
y a 1 ex g companies, or an y tha:
rr.a> itereafter enter the held, if i: is prac
Tne amendments were agreed upor. a:
i vonferwr. e of a majority of the Coun
cil. The changes are regarded as another
victory of H M Atkinson over Joel
LOOKED INTO THFIR CONDUCT.
Itlauta Policemen Appeared Before
the Hoard With Varying Realta.
At na. July IS.—Six patrolmen w*re
ir ed at a meeting cf the Police Commis
si, ners to-rlgh: Tern Grant was charged
with failing to r.port violations of The
At the recent trial of Ike Wheeler for
the k Hirg cf Jo hr Hambrik. Grant
-wore he knew of the relations existing
between both men and Lorane Wheeler.
He was suspend 1 for thirty days
B H. Allen was iropped from the force
f3r drinking C. E Crabtree was sus
pended t .irty days for being under the
irfi -ei of w iskey and going to sleep
on his beat.
George Harper charg and with ir.discre
ti:r. ard unbecoming conduct in arrest
ing W C. Phelps, whom he took in charge
b> mistake. was acquitted W. A
?arr.*s charged w :h using undue vio
-I*nee in arresting a negro, was also ac
S D. Hurst was dismissed for visiting
a house of questionable reputation. He
was tried for a like offense before, but
claimed he was try ing to do missionary
work. To-right he told the ibmmission
ers he was doing detective work, but they
did not sanction his course
Cases again-: Cap:. Thompson. Detec
tive Hewitt and Patrolman Berry were
postponed until next Monday night.
EDITOR* IT ATHENS.
Good Time khovvn ih* Visitors iu
the 1 lassie t ity.
Athens. Ga July !s—Over one hundred
members of the Georgia Weekly Press
Association and their wive? are in Ath
ens to-dav Many hudies are in the party.
Tuev were me: at the depot by the om*
raiuee and earned :o the park, where a
big barbecue w s given them.
TANARUS: * vis.iors i;"i* t*d the State Normal
School and the University To-night a re
cepdon ar and banquet was given the gentle
men it the Ather.aeum <tnd to the ladies at
t..e Yo.irg Mens Christian As so latiou.
Hon T S Me 11 delivered an eloquent ad
drx.-s cf welcome, resper.-es be ng made
s . r * •.( Co'eman ir.d others A
grand parade over lllurmnaied stre* :s fol
loacd thousatuls of lanterns and ether
lights b'.&xiiig. The scene is gorgeous, and
At .'i. *.t> i:e t'nror.fed by thoti?ar.
- - p
The . - lea', c a: 10 S*> to-r. ght for
BROOMS COST MORE.
Mara iu Africa* nud thinn Make
Street vneepina Expensive.
Atlanta July if,.— Atlanta is out $3-v In
cash by reason of ihe Afrit *n ard
Chineoe wars The sum i> no* a war
lax, but an incre.*-e in he price of tra
terul for nc city street sweepi* g rooms
Atlanta has six street-sweeping ma
chines each supplied with a tremendous
rotary broom The life of a broom is five
weeks. Constant use on Belgian blocks
wears out tbe material. The blooms are
made of ra:tar, and bass. Rattan is pre
pared for market In China; bass l- pre
;srf lin South Africa The reven: w irs
In those hinds have rai-fd the t>riv'e of
the m irena’ used ir. the brvv*ms. The N* w
York mat factucers can hardly procure
the fibres at any price.
*nvnnnnli Dnrkt t To-day.
Atlanta. July H —'The Savannah docket
will be called in the Supreme Court to
morrow morning Arguments In a num
ber of ertenib** cases was fccaid io-da^.
THP7 MORNING TUESDAY. JULY 17. 1900.
PF.t I LI %RITIKS OF ( HIM.
The Wonderful Svwiem of \ricul
tore That I* l’ra'tlced.
Washington. July It—Although tie \a
mobs wh. i ir.f-t Pt-kin a J tbe larger
of Chins, worker! up to • svite
freciay and fana:l.'um, have rend*red im
j-ossi oie a v *ory ion by <■ -
aval la be fcre> of the- Powers ihe great
Chinese population pro;*ec i< agricu’.tura>
and naturally pc-acefu! a ini
pea- --lovinc Agri l.iure. however is
most pcirr.\:i\ ani ' • winder s how
s.i' h an inmi-r-ta' jx>; .'.adon can b- s.ip
porte-.i from t .- soil tin.l the great ev'o: -
c-n.•• practiced m ail f..ng> is ur.v>-isto>’
On the gre vt plain of Oh a very a\. -
able foot of land i • tiiix* \ fnr -tm .• c
some; irg an 1 ev*r -ar:i of f*rtillf>
returned to the *h. Waters .tr ~'<'•l * 'r
irrigation tvrvi ir. na> s laborious >
dis:r l u*i over the ?t--. is
The Gre*' i ia:r. itself :s re of the most
wonderful se\dons o' t.‘;e zk'' - - l"
aoc*ut miles in i: c*h varies from
>*. to k* raves n w ith c .up'- - g
nort. oas rrn par; of t -empire, find con
tait — ovet H* 1 • .•* r.tiif? * -
derf :iy fertile -oil. Toe most interest
ing feature of this ; -i- if- er'rmou?
p.'p . adon. as it sup* rts. ik oriirv t >
th A • et r- :> of not titan ITT.<>\" , X‘
human beings making it the mos' 1 i.se
ly sett.e-i of ar.y part of the world of tho
san e size its inhabitants amounting to
nearly two-tnirds of the er.tirt pc-pulation
Of !*trat*js ion I I mportnncc.
The most wonderful feature in the phy
?s al y of China is the ex:s:en •
of vas' .. of Ic-r-s* itv this portion
o.‘ tr.e empire Loes- is a very solid but
fri.-iKe earth, orow-msh veHow' in olor.
an*l i found in mir.y pia e? from 500 to
1,w30 pet deep. The >ess hiils rise in
;*■•rraoes from twvr.iy to several hundred
feet in hight. Every :om of loess i?
perforated by small tidies after man
ner of root fibers only the direction of
these tittle ha rt Is is always from ht*oV '
dvwr.w .-a so that cleavage in the loess
ma>- is invariably verd vl. The loess r
gion of Chin i perhaps the most broken
country in the world, with its *heer cliff-:
and upright nods, terrains and deep it
ravines. Owing to the ea<e with which
it cart h- worked, caves made at the has- -
of straight < iiffs. afford homes to millions
of people :r. the densely populated north
ern provinces where the Boxers hove thus
far been most active. Whole villages
c1..-ter together in carve*l out vhember#.
some of vs..: h extend bark m*.- t. an L‘ ,w '
itet The capalhlitii? of defense in n
country such as this, where an invadina
army- rr :-t necessarily become lost, and
absolutely I>ewildered in the tangle of
interlacing ways, and where he defend
ers may always remain concealed or have
innumerable means of escape, is peculiar
ly significant at this time when consid
eration is being given to a conquest of
It may not be generally known that
the Chinese were the discoverers of coal
as a fuel. The Venetian traveler Marco
Polo says. It is j fact that all over
♦he country of Cathay vChina) there is a
kind of bla k stone existing in the beds
of the mounts.ms whi. h they tlig out and
burn like firewood. This stone burns bet
ter and costs less.”
Grct Rlx er*.
The river? of China are her glory and
there are few our.tries in the world so
well watered ar.d none wkh such splendid
natural wa*er transiH>rtation f. ilitie?
The three great rivers of the empire are
the Yang-tse-Kiang iChi.d of th- Ocean,
the Hoang Ho (Yellow River) aiti theChu*
Kiar.g (Pearl or Canton Riven. Of
these the Yangr-tse-Kiang is much the
largest, flowir.c through extensive an 1
fertile plains an j finally emptying into
the Eastern sea after traversing a dis
tar, e o' over 2 • miU-s It? di? harp* I- 1
e?* mated at 1 'W rub;' feet p f r
second The bank* of the Yang
tse are crowded w*h towns an i xl
lagets. the most famous of whi h are Nan
kin. and the new treaty port of Hankovr
The Hoang Ho or Ye!low River is
especially* for i:s frequent and violent
floods Its current is very rapid and its
course sinuous nearly approaching in
length the Yarg-:?e. The Pearl or Can
ton river white r.ot nearly so large a? the
others is a stream of great importance
aivd Innumerable vessels trade upon it*
waters. A: some points it spreads into
Urge vn it betwr-^
narrow gorge? whirh. if dammed, would
afford large etoragi . -
?ior Tne Chinese however, have rot
rracticai'y worked out irrigation in its
different phases as completely as would
be expected of such an agricultural peo-
Irrigation, nevertheless, is practice*! to
a considerable extent through the use of
the waters cf the Grand canal, and by
wells The Grand or Imperial car.a! is a
work of magnitude. It was con
structed in the Seventh century and en
*orce \ ir. the Thirteenth century. It
traverses the Great Plain ar.d flows with
but slight current for a distance of 7
mile? While built for purpose? of com
munication. its water* ire used largely
for irrigation and thousands of drain*
end creek* have been mode to connect
with it along its route.
The mob * of lrrigat.cn are ar Urt and
crude. One of the most picturesque is by
means of the wafer wheel which is used
where the land to be wat-r.d is w<\'
above the channel cf the ri\ -r. The w 1 el
is turned by the fore* <f t.;e current and
i? perhaps thirty feet high. Ite buckets
being section? of bamboo which a? they
are raised by the stately motion cf the
wheel, empty their contents into troughs
or ditches Hollow bamboo p pe? or
tube* are sometime? used for di*tr: autlr c
water over the fie :*. They te-t upon
woollen support* and branch in every ii
rection from tne soiuve of supply. T.ie
chain pump is also a , inmon means cf
lifting water, the chain running up from
the water on a flan; an 1 being provided
with little buckets at intervals, w .; h i.s
they reach : e h ghest point and bee.n to
descend, dis*. harge the r content* The.--
machines are worked ly buffalos or some.
hm*-s by human labor a man working a
crank with his feet something after the
manner of ruling a bbycle Tne most
primitive ar.d laborious met hoi :? i
ancie* t weil eweev such as is -een to
ft > cn many an old New Ergiard home
WORKS AM* MILLS SHIT DO\.
lAl>r Sitaaiton In < nlnnbn* Ha<
Columbus, G* , J ; y I.—Th, Columhu* :
Iron Work-. ~i .5 s'! p linlr, m l- nr. I
ocior* shrp. ih .It; ta,< \ iown
th:- ntrrt V- ;.lir
The strts- . 8 - . p.o.n>r.
tlons. -\>jtro :.irfy ar” *x;votei to jo
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■ without the diMcreeiSfce estmlnatioQ* *c I
■ abhorert to mode* a r*en. 7t reur% c> n : I
■ tr.er.'r-AA diaorder that * >mn *\cr f I
■ Headache. peT' , teic*lM: ffer pf f*.hn* of th# I
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■ wh'ch #.<rtvrtan. and pul* * *top I
H to then*. It •* aharre.e** vegetable retnedj I
■ which would rn'l hwrt a tahy. ihac*. jteiy I
■ free from da.-f e:. a* era*,-*. Ywr.r tiragfUt
■ 1 |i If jb Ut *.) xr t*. p*!
■ no msfinp xtcrLAi©* co. tc*.***.**
■ arrtf. VviiTf* Hr'*. - r+n—>. iu* tw yH^9 -
Tbe Famous Aid to Safe and
fVrf b% ■ f th* Over for V
PR. STFPMAN r.Av.ng opened * branch offira !n
An.en •.con* deryy reduces tbecostof in**e.’o*t:y
oeiotwated powders. They are put up tn rellcw np
per*. The trade mark. * gum iwocet.
k M very packet and on eve-y witboof
ft nwne 1? ger.mne. a peickH containing nine
powder*. ZS cents. At your druggist s. or mailed
poetpa *on rec'elpi of pri'-e. "-<nd for booklet
•u’- 'Cr tman i AVepry Ho-for Address
J. . Meftt ALTFR,
M eet JoL*on St., fcirsmewß, Phils , Pa.
So.ii o> UFFMA.N BROS.. Savannah. Ga
rut or. a sympathetic strike to-morrow.
\l. unions held meeting? this afternoon
s.rid ;o-r.:ght appointed committee* to
confer with contractors and mill p*-op>
They also called a mass meeting of citi
tens for Thursday night to consider the
There i? doubt here a? to whether it
aa? Capt. A. R. Davis of Georgia who
| perished in China. His brother-in-law.
M r . C. I. Groover, of the Enquirer Sun.
was confident that Capt. Davis was still
m the Philippines. Capt. Davis had
many friends in Columbus.
DE KALB LODGE NO. f>, I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will b#
held this evening at 5.30 o'clock at Met
Visiting brethren and members of sts
ler lodges are cordially invited to attend.
C. H. DORSETT, N. G.
W. W GROSS. Secretary.
GERM AN FRIENDLI SOI II I
The annual picnic will be held Wednes
day July 18th. on Wilmington Is’and.
Clifton leave? foot of Whitaker
street 9 o'clock a. m.: Thunderbolt. IO.SOi
Afternoon fre-m Thunderbolt 2:30. Any
member who has net received his ticket
can ge: or.e on wharf from the committee.
H. HELLER. Secretary.
I \F.AVETTE McIiAWS CAMP, 506.
I . C. V.
Veterans: A'tend the regular meeting
of the Camp ihit?. Tuesday, evening at
By order of the commander.
A. K WIUSOX. Adjutant
All petit jurors are hereby discharged
until Thursday morning next, subject to
By order of His Honor. R Falligar.t.
judge. JAMES K. P CARR.
Clerk S. C.. C. C.
NOTICE TO CITV COl RT JI'RORS.
The petit jurors of the City Court reed
lot appear until Wednesday. July Is. 1900.
at 10 a. m.
By order of the Hon. Thomas M. Nor
WARING RUSSELL Jr .
SAVANNAH COUNCIL NO. 1.
: ORDER OF AMERICAN FIREMEN
For benefit of Endowment Fund,
Wnolf T..-lk6ts 250
M. J Brigr.oni. Chairman; A. T Ti>
'ha.k. Secretary: A F M Fjrland. C. O.
Godfrey. \V. Pringle. W. H. Williams. J
j w. D. Claiborne. D. T. Brun
?or. James W. M Clark.
The committee has arranged so that
T ihere will be an abundar. e of ice water
! for guests.
WHAT DR. PHILLIPS *F GAINES
VILLE. Fid.. MVL
* Having visited your place wih a view
oi making invr-miga tions as to its claims
a< a Health Resort and Sani.arium. I
cheerfully state that I was not preraied
j to find Suwannee Springs so perfect in all
: its appointments.
Your system of waterworks and sew
erage cannot be surp.*se*l anywhere. The
healthfulness of localiiy is assured by the
dry. porous, satxly soil and the absence of
standing water anywhere in the vicinity,
ever, after the heaviest rain. Nor was I
prepared to find such perfect rrar*ge
inent tor the convenience and comfort of
your patron* and for the use of the fa
mo is mineral water of Suwannee Springs
at all hours, both for bathing aid drinking.
“Suwannee Springs has ar.ly to be vis
iud and known to be appreciated, ar.d I
predl t that ir future you will have, at
.11 season? of the year constantly lncreas
; irg numbers of taose ;n search of health
NOTIC E OF DIS9OLI TIO\.
Savannah. Ga July 16. 1 9X>.
Th*' firm of Foye Ac Morrison has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
IVter T. Foye assumes all the liabilities
of sail firm and takes all of the assets
and will continue the business on his own
P T FOYE.
JAMES L MORRISON.
SPEC! AI NOTICE.
A” agair.st the British steams tip
Therapi m ..st l* pre*ented a. our offiot
before 12 o'clock, m this day, or i*ayment
thereof will be debarred.
STRACHAX A- CO.. Consignee*.
SAvannah Gw July 17th, 1300.
Savannah Ga Jul> 1300.
Styles ave; between Louisviile \oad
aivi waterworks pumping station will be
vlose-1 to th public to-morrow. Tuesday, i
July 17. for a t• w hours for the purpose of
making repairs to dram.
1 U. KINSEY. Supt.
Clt v Of Savai TAh Off c- Director of
! u i.c Works. Savannah la July H
Bi .s til be re vived at this ofile
uni.. .. •<> i. t *on. ity t.mt. Tuesday
July 11. !?• Ur the manure from h? city
stable < ar.d :h street * weeping?, etc.
frocn the streets and ami, to be deliver
ed at city lot for one ytar frvgn date of
acceptance of bid. The city reserves tne
right to reject any or ail b.ds En
velope? \o be marked * Bkls for Manure
tt Bid? to be opened in the present
geo. M GADSDEN Dre tor.
LAHI.L \N AHLHOI >i. AND
to r*r.t. locrttfi head of
•treef. or. Whi fcr* ad. Dow :ccu
by iht SuYinr.Ah Carrlaga and
Wggoo Cos As thty *l.l g\vt up
buait es Ir. •hr city ©n Juc ; o*#r
It for rer.t from that data
H P SMART.
Br h* Anrh*n Bond n* and Truat Com
rn> o' Baitt-uore. \V are authorized to
execute k>ca:i> mtned,a:el>- U|<cn ay?!i
catson). ai: bonds Ui Judtc-.a! proceeding*
In either the state or failed State*
course. and o X admictairatora and
FEARING * HtT,U Ag-r.ta
Telephone 84. Provident i.- e..pg,
PALMER HARDWARE COMPANY,
Mouldings, Sash. Doors and Blinds.
Grille Work, Stair Work,
Hardwood Interior Finish.
Turned Work, Columns. Porch Work,
Mantels and Grates.
Low Estimates Furnished
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
FOR FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
20 per cent, off on Kodaks.
that others charge $2.50.
LIVINGSTON’S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES,
Bull and Congress. Branch 30<J Bull Street.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to i. Tuesday, July 17.
Baked Flounder wine sauce
Potatoes a I’Algerienne
Sliced Tomatoes rjueeo Olives
Cdtow Chow Mixed Pickles
Ribs Baltimore Beef, dish gravy
Stuffed Loin of Veal brown gtavy
Deviled Crabs and Orleans
Spa tush Fritters, rum sauce
Mashed Potatoes Rice Stewed To
matoes Butter Beans Boiled
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Vanilla Custard Pie Cheese Crackers
Sago Pudding, fruit sauce French Coffee
At LEVAN S CAFE RESTAURANT.
11l Congress street, west.
Jl ST THE THING.
For a delicate lunch,
Underwbou's Dev.led Ham la
10 cents cans.
A delicious, crisp, sweet
Lemon. Vanilla ard Chocolate flavors.
We have never had anything finer of
A. M.-& C. W. WEST.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
City of Savannah.
Office, Fire Department,
Savannah, Ga.. July 11, io.
All bids for constructing engirt house
No. 6 having been rejected, sealed pro
posals for erecting this station in ac
cordance with revised plans and specifi
cations will be received at the office of
the undersigned tint!': 12 o'clock noon of
July :s. Successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish bond.
Plans and specifications ran now be ha 1
by applying at the office of the Superin
tendent of the Fire Department, cdm A r
of Indian aid Wes; Broad streets.
JOHN E MAGUIRE. Supt/
NO IV IS THE TIME TO REN O A ATE.
We renovate ar.a remake with hair
ticking moss mattresses U. hair and wool
mattresses If. We get the s.ze of bedstead
and make your mattress to order, witho.t
extra charge. Fine curled hair and mo-s
mattresses n specially. Our rcedfcatei
steam renovator wilt purify ar.d clean as
e'l as increase in volume your feather
beds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds 15 bolsters Jl.ac. p.i.ows 76:. Ail
work guaranteed first-class.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone llha. S3l Drayton street.
PLASTERERS* AND M ASONS* IP
Cement, Lime. Plaster, Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery Reasonable price
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY* CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
PAINTS AND HOUSE PAINTING. -
We handle nothing but the VERY
BEST grade? of PAINTS ar.d 011.8. and
employ the very best painter* to be had.
Allow us to make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING "SUPPLY CO..
Corner Congress and Drayton.
Dl l I DEN D NOTItE.
Ofli.e Savannah Ga* Light Company,
Savannah. July 14 !Sa)
A dividend of three and a half per cent,
on the apttal *to. k of this company has
been declared payable on and after I
Wednesday, (he lith inst . to co.kholJ- ;
era as of record this day. Transfer oook ,
will be closed until IS:h Inst
A. G. OVERARD
Prescient and Treasurer.
The wreck of the burned house-boat
Caiman now lying near New Smyrna,
will be sold at auction Thursday Aug i
? The wreck will be sold as It lies Sale
wil! take place at II o'clock boot at the
wreck For further particulars appiv
Tilt UAV TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpets (top
er’.y taker, up. cleaned and taken care of
for (he summer u to turn the job over o
the District Messenger and Pe.ivery Cos.,
te.ephote 2. or call at tj Moestgomtry
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the coat of the work Prk-en
reasonable They also pack, move and
Rare furniture and plane*.
C. a MED LOCK. Bupt cod Mgr. j
is a wonder. Cures when every
other medicine fails.
BtSlltESa SO TICKS.
First of the Season.
Every housewife will
want some of this for pre
serving-. It is young and
tender, and goes at only
25c a pound.
To be had only of
The S. \Y. Branch Cos.,
Corner Broughton an 1 Whitaker.
DRIVING IS PI.F. AS ANT
IF 101 FEEL SAFE.
CM. ee, M
If you buy the vehicle ard harness here
we guarantee safety, comfort, durability
and style. If you are thinking of buying
a vehicle and harness call on us AVe are
the eaders in styles and prices aS?o.
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Babcock’s ar.d Studehake:.- Representa
Morgan & Wright Rubber Tires.
Our line of Watches was se
1* 'ted to suit ali needs. We h*\e
the beet—the D. Giver & So:, s
Precision Water, the perfect
11 • - ■ for i
re work In nidUion. we have
the leading mak*s of American
Watch* - :r. gold ard >ilver. at
1" ' > io compete .h ar y mar
HUNTER & VANKEUREN
Jewelers. 14J Bull strict
(- f/lj (aancfn/
Off* "C Puli Flrett Telephone 7>V)
One of our clients has p aced In our
1 Ar.d* UZ M to loan cn good Savannah
taal ear at* at reaiorwbi* rates of Interest
BECKETT A BECKETT. i
44 Pro*, dr cl t tract, tut.
LEOPOLD) ADLER, JNO p I 'fi
President. :l: D\
C. T. EDIUS. BARRON ‘fi
Vice President. Asst ,• V -H,
The Chatham Bank
savannah h *
Will be pleased to receive t-e
of Merchants. Firms. Indlv; jJ a - ’*
and Corporatlotis. " ' :ia , u,
Libera! favors . iHnded
Unsurpassed rolleetion facil tie
ire prompt returns. '
l#N ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes an.l y a .., r
rent. Correspondence ‘ S ?f
OF SAVA.N.VAU. ‘
■ir, CAPITAL -5500,00a
Business.' “ U H
Solicit, Account, of Indlvldn,,.
Merchants, Bant, and „ tfc „ c . '
Collection, handled with
economy and dispatch.
interest compounded „ art(t|
allowed OD deposits in oor S. T t.„
Department. • Tl n
Safety Dejto.lt Bose. . nd Sto
BRAKTI.ET A. DENMARK. Pre, ld(1 .
MILLS B. LASE, Vice Preside," *■
GEORGE C. FRBEMAV, Cashier
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Cs, h ,^
of the S:ate of Georg A
Ca P iUU
Surplus and undivided proSts—.
bErOOi iWU uF TUB oiAlk ‘
Superior facil.uea tor .ra.-.sacting e
Ge-• era, .n5..,, T7Ta n *st
Collections made on ah points —-
acces!hte inrougn oanks nd ban#-,.
Accounts of Oaitks, Bankers, Merchant!
ar.d other. sohcUcd. Safe Deposit
Department of Savings, lnUros: pans*
Bells Biearltng Ezchmige on Loodo. a
JOHM FLAKN-ERT Preellent
HORACE A. CRANE. Via, PresiJtot
JAMES SrLT.rVAN. Cashier
JNO. FLANNEIU. WM W GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON Jt,
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROT MYERS. JOSEPH FERST
H P. SMART. CHARLES ELUA
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
THE GERMANIA BANK
aA v AN.SAh, GA.
Undivided pro&t. *,*
This tank oners its serd es to corpora
tion., merchants .nd individual..
Hu authority to act as executor, .A
ednlstrator. guardian. tc.
Issues drafts cn the principal cities !,
Great Britain and Ireland and co tit
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for rent
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. VT DEDEMAN. V.ee Presldeit,
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
Siltil Bis Mill
Accounts of barks, merer.ante, cor;-:'*-
lions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department. interest p-d
Safety Bexe= ssd S c-rage Vault* k*
Collections mace on all points a:
Dra::- sold or. a.i the chief cities o' v.f
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President,
w F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
No. Cban trad, M
fctliilS 111 It
CAPITAL. *600,(01. SURPLUS. I * >*.
I’KiiLb STATES IjuPOSITOBI.
J. A. G. CARSON. President.
BEIK.NE GORDON, Vic* Preaidant.
W. M. DAVANT, CAsbler.
Account* of banka and bankers, of
thants and corporation* received u;n
the most farorabl* term* consistent *tt
safe and conservative banking.
ANXIOUS TO SELL
A two-* tor y double cottage on a c*r
A ore-story cottage on a oom*r e'i
a lot sixty feet front by one hundred sod
seventeen fee de*p, wifi two wide g::t* *
and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to ee l t"*t
the; will take a part cash and give ixi
time on the balance at a low rate o' in
terest. C. H. DORsETTT
10 mm Puwei
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Toit ,
will fold sheet 27XU. It is Li g:i or>,r *
Price r.OO It coe: ongir.aily B.lo® t ’" t
we have no us* for it and warn the rxa
11 will be an Invaluable adjunct t ***
will not trouble yon If T°° c
*llOO4ll SKEET. It l P lr *’**
i* a tnilel powder that In.tantU l!l
pel, the disascreeable odor. arl* n ®
OLD *TILE COLD CHBl'l
arse, gelrk relief for *n born.