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INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE MEETS.
SCITHERIS’ BIBINESB HB\ GATHER
BO I\ ATLANTA.
Movement on Foot to E*4alll"h n
Soothorn Industrial University.
Report Will Be Made to the .\e\t
Annntil Convention Convention
Wan Add rf*****l by E*-Secretr)
Hoke Smith—Effort to Seen re it He- ;
adjnntnieni of Freight Rates.
Atlanta, July 18.-One hundred represen
tative business men of the South were
welcomed here to-day by Hon. !• . H.
Richardson. at the opening of the second
annus! convention of the Southern Indus
trial League. A response to the address
of welcome was made by J. M. Wilkinson
of Valdosta fia.
After the appointment of a committee
on resolutions, composed of W. H. Kiser
and A. D. Summers of Georgia. R. A.
Bee land of Alabama, R. K. McCully of
South Carolina, and L. Cohen of Missis
sippi. a report was received from the com
mittee named at last year's convention,
lo submit a public address on business
conditions in the South.
J. K. Orr. J. F. Hanson. S. C. McLendon,
Robert Alston and T. H. Martin were op
pointed last year to prepare an address
setting forth the views of Southern busi
ness men on industrial questions of na
tional import. The report submitted to
day declares in favor of extending trade
into foreign ports; better ocean shipping
facilities, import duties to protect Ameri
can labor, the maintenance of the gold
standard, the Nicaragua canal and the
remedying of defe.-ts in the bankrupt v
law. Discussion of the report will be had
F. H. Lathrop of Alabama, introduced |
a resolution on the opening of the Coo so
river in Alabama to navigation. The
resolution called for a petition to Con
gress on the project.
C. W. Ashcraft of Florence, Ala., read
e resolution to establish a Southern In
dustrial University. The resolution pro
vides for a committee of three to be ap
pointed to take into consideration ways
and means for the establishment of the
institution, a report to be rendered at thy
next annual convention.
J E Bier of Gaffney. S. C., presented
• resolution looking to a readjustment of
freight rates for the South.
The convention then adjourned until 3
p. m., when Hon. Hoke Smith. ex-6ec
retary of the Interior, delivered an ad
dress on “Industrial Education of the
Young Men of the South.”
To-night the delegates were entertained
at various amusement places in the city.
GEORGIA’S OI(l)l\AHH> MEET.
Jniluf C M. AVllfy of Mnron Wan He
Atlanta. July 18.—The ordinaries of the
atate met in annual session in the Fulton
county court house to-day. Judge C. M.
Wiley presided. Pension Commissioner
Lindsay suggested some reforms in the
pension laws, which he was requested to
Incorporate in bills to be presented to the
Legislature this fall.
Judge Wiley was re-elected president.
M. Newman of Washington, succeeded J.
T. Carmichael, of butts, as vice presi
dent. J. E. Butler was re-elected secre
Those in attendance were: C. M. Wiley
of Bibb; E. J. Butler, of Wilkinson; W.
I>. Hill of Hab-rsham; P. T. McGrlfT,
of Pulaski; Jo 1 J. Bacon, of Ogldhorpc;
W H. Hulsey, of Fulton; John P. Davis
©f Floyd: John P. Webb, of Gwinnett; W.
H. C. Tate of Lumpkin; S. B. Lewis of
Fayette; A. S. Florence of Jasper; M
Newman, of Washington; A. If. Wooten,
of Jefferson. R. C. Knight, of Walton; T.
B. .Maxwell, of Decatur; T. L. Manson.
of Claytcn; C. W. Smith, of Tattnall; A.
M. Helms, of Rockdale; Thomas Young,
of Coffee; J. W. Roberts, of Terrell; J.
Q. Summerall. of Pierce; M. P. Bel!, of
Baldwin; J. M Be'ch r, of Newton; T.
J. Thorp, of Webster.
Fooe and Davies entertained the ordi
naries at dinner at Folsom’s. This after
noon they were the guests of V. E. Orr
on a trolley ride.
VETERANS OF HUE AND GRAY.
Yangniird of the Reunion Has Ar
rived in Atlanta.
Atlanta, July 18.—The vanguard of vet
erans who wore the blue and the gray in
the battles around Atlanta during the
Civil War arrived in the city thie morn
The forma! exercises of the Blue and
Gray Reunion will begin to-morrow, when
the several hundred distinguished visitors
to the city will he shown over the bat
tlefields upon which thirty-six years ago
they engaged in bloody conflict. Many
distinguished guests have arrived, and
more are expected to-morrow-. Every sec
tion of the country will he represented by
distinguished ex-l’nion and ex-Confcder
Gen. A. I*. Stewart, the oldest living
general of the Confederacy, and Gen. W.
C. Johnaon, past grand commander of the
Grand Army of the Republic, Comman
der-ln-Ohlef Shaw of the G. A. R., and
other distinguished generals arrived to
During the reunion the survivors of the
Forty-second. Thirtieth and Tenth Geor
gia regiments of the Confederate army
will meet here.
MACHINISTS WANT INCREASE.
Have Asked Southern Official* to
Raise Tlielr Wngr*.
Atlanta, July 18.—Machinists in the dif
ferent machine ahops, operated by the
Southern Railroad, have pent an applica
tion to Washington for a higher scale
of wages. The present scale is 25 cents
an hour, the men working ten hours a
clay. What is wanted is on advance in
the scale to 30 cents an hour or $3 a day.
The application has f>een received by Vice
Frtsident and General Manager Gannon
of the railroad, who has asked the men
for fifteen days grace before giving his
final decision. Thia been granted.
The dissatisfaction of the machinists
with their present wage scale exists
throughout the South, and the applica
tion was drafted by the International As
sociation of Machinists. The Southern
has machine shope* in Atlanta, Knoxville.
Tenn., Salisbury, N. C., Macon, Gu .
Louisville. Seima, Aia., Columbia. S. C\,
Alexandria. Va , Birmingham, Ala.. Man
chester, Va.. and some other towns. Ma
chinists in all these shops are sakl lo
be a unit in desiring this increase.
Y.M. C. A. Boys tvi Cnntp.
Atlanta, July 18 Fifty Juniors of the
Y. M, C. A wont to Poor Spring* this
afternoon. They will spend two weeks in
camp under the charge of Physical Direc
tor A. O. Vllle. The hoys will have reg
ular camp duties, each taking his turn on
Mrs. E. A. Tiilmndg* Dead.
Athens, Ga., July 18.—Mrs, Elizabeth
A. Talmadge died suddenly at her daugh
ter's home to-day. She leaves three chil
dren, A. H. and Frank Talmadge, and
Mrs. George Brighiweil. She waE SI years
Committee to Investigate.
Atlanta. July 18.—At a Council meeting
this afternoon, Alderman Routed nnd
Councilmen Barrett and Holland were np
s<olm*d a committee to investigate the
Xjouble io the water works department
44 Give Him an Inch,
He'll Take an Ell.”
Let the smallest microbe gain lodgment
in your body and your Tuhole system Tin'll
be diseased. The microbe is microscopic.
But the germs become inches and then ells
of pain. Hood's Sarsaparilla destroys the
microbe, prevents the pain, purifies the
blood and efffets a permanent cure.
NOTIFIED OF NOMINATION.
I linncellor Hill Wants Summer Reu
nion* of I nlvemlty.
Athens, Ga . July 18.—The Democratic
Executive Committee of the Eighth Con
[ gresalonal District met at Elberton yes
lerday. The counties of Clarke, Elbert,
Fiank’in. Greene. Hart. Jasper. Madison,
Morgan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Putnam and
Wilkes were represented.
Hon. John P. Shannon, of Elbertoh, was
re-elect'd chairman, and Mr. C. M. Mor
Hon. W. M. Howard, of Oglethorpe, was
notified that he had been unanimously
nominated to represent this district in the
Fifty- seventh Congress. Judge Howard.
In an appropriate speech, accepted the
Chancellor Hill of the University, In a
spe r h before the visiting members of the
Georgia Weekly Press Association at th*
Athenaoum reception, spoke earnestly
and ably In behalf of a summer session
at th* university. He wishes to secure
the aid of the weekly editors in advocat
ing the Intrcduction of this feature Into
the work of the university.
Chancellor Hill stated that over 75
Georgia y r ung men were taking the sum
mer course at the University of Chicago,
simply because they could not obtain such
a course in the South He thinks that the
ntroduction of li In the State University
would have a wonderful effect in build
ing up the college and will endeavor to
have the state Legislature make provis
ions for it.
The next meeting of the Weekly Press
Association may come to Athens. The ed
itors were so impressed bv the splendid
welcome given them in this city, that
when they left It was with the avowed in
tention of mak ng Athens Their next place
of convention. President Coleman, of the
association, stated that the entertainment
the editors received here “was the biggest
the association had ever received." The
Press Association leaves Elberton to-day
for its annual tour to points of Interest.
Mr. Jee Hll'sman. whose family lives in
Athens, is with the Ninth Regiment at
Tien Tsin He service at Santiago and
San Juan Hill, during the late war with
Srain. His fam'ly Is much concerned about
THE COKFBRBYCE AT GI’YTOH.
Interesting Addmiie* on C’htirch
Work and Tempernncc.
Guyton. Ga.. July 18 —The service? of the
District Conference to-day were marked
by the considerations of matters of vital
importance to the church and the district.
The reports of the preachers throughout
♦ he. district have given evidence of a most
healthy, vigorous advancement along
many lines of church effort. It is the
consensus of opinion that the district is
in a fine condition.
The treat of the conference to-day was
the addresses delivered by Rev. W. B.
Bonnel! of Wesleyan Female College. Rev.
Bascom Anthony of Trinity Church, and
Ifon. W. B. Stubbs. The plea of Rev.
Anthony for higher education and a strict
adherence to spreading the peculiar tenets
of Methodism throughout the district and
the conference was highly enjoyed by the
preachers, delegates and visitors.
No address during the conference has
made n more decided impression than th.it
delivered by Hon. W. B. Stubbs on the
subject of prohibition. His address was
clear, logical and Intensely forcible.
The election of delegates to the annual
conference and the place for holding J he
next district conference will b taken up
The citizens of Guyton have been un
stinted in theireffortstoentertaln the con
DIED FROM THE IttJl RIBS.
Mr. W. S. Ornhnm Kell From His
Ruggy in Otihlln.
Dublin, Ga., July 18.—Mr. W. S. Graham,
from the shock of falling from r buggy
Monday night, died Tuesday afternoon ot
the residence of his brother, Mr. John M.
Graham, in this city. Mr. Graham lives
in Buckeye, this county, and came to
town early Monday morning for the pur
pose of going to Montrose. He did not get
off. however, and spent the morning
around town. About 9 o’clock Monday
night a negro carried him to the resi
dence of his brother and elated that he
had fallen from the buggy end
badly hurt himself. Physicians wore
summoned and discovered that his right
leg was broken and his head and right
side badly bruised. His leg was set hut
Mr. Graham was in an enfeebled condition
and could not rally from the shock, dy
ing Tuesday afternoon.
Last night the City Council separated
the offices of clerk and ireasur r, ami
elected Mr. W. J. Scarborough treasurer.
Foreman A. A. Thomas, at the light and
water plant; Lineman J. G. Bostwi k and
Street Foreman S. J. Hattaway will each
I*' given an increase of $j jm r month in
On Sunday next the Methodist Church
will be dedicated by Bishop Warren A.
Bt'RKB (Ot NTV Ml ItDERKHS.
Four More t ndcr the < linrge on Ac
count of Franklin's
Waynesboro, Ga., July 18.—Mr. Frank
lin. who was shot on last Wednesday
night, died yesterday, having lived nearly
a we-k with part of his left ear shot off
and a part of his skull, an Inch or two
above his ear, gone. He never regained
his consciousness. Four negroes are now
in •'ail lure charged with the crime.
There are now twelve criminals in jail
here, < barged with murder. In connection
with tlie assassination of a negro keeper
of Wilkins J< ncs and worker's Pond sev
• ral w.eks since, and for whom Gov.
Candler offer'd one hundred dollars re
ward. thr e n- groes have been placed in
jail here this we k. There are sveral oth
er murderers at large in Burke county,
and if all are caught and convicted, sev
eral hangings will follow the next Super
Ha rmoiiy Grove lion ten.
Athens. Ga.. July 18.—Athens defeated
Harmony Grove In n close hut loosely
played name to-day. The score was 13 to
12. Batteries: Athens-Sayre, Hall and
Hunter; Harmony Grove, Rice, David and
Hart by Kirilina Trees,
Gertman. Ga., July 18.—Two of the ne
gro convicts, who were working on the
county chalngang here, were seriously,
if no tfntally hurt, iate yesterday by two
tiees falling on them.
Peaches Are Hutting.
Gerimnn, Ga , July 18.—The peaeh crop
In Emanuel county Is the large*! In many
years, but twc-tblrds of It will rol on
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1900.
TO WASHINGTON FARMERS.
Mr. Smith Advise* Them With Re
*pec*t to C'ott in.
Sandersville, Ga.. July 18.—A large
crowd assembled in Sandesviile yesterday
morning to hear the speech of Hon. Hoke
Smith of Atlanta, delivered by special
invitation of the Washington County Cot
ton Growers* Association.
The business houses of Sandersville
closed at 10 o'clock a. m.. so as to give
all an opportunity to hear the speech
which was delivered in the handsome new
Court House. The court room, which ;s
the largest in the F r ate, was filled with
an intelligent audience. The speaker was
introduced by Mr. Stanley Kittrell, a
prominent and successful farmer.
Mr. Smith urged the farmers to abandon
the old method of marketing the cotton
crop as soon os it could be gathered and
baled, but to market it gradually as the
demand called for it, and thus realize
a better price therefor. The present meth
od gave speculators an opportunity to
reap the profits which rightfully belong
to the former, and which he can obtain
by using more caution in marketing hr*
crop. Si>ecu!ators were obliged to buy
cotton below Its full value in order to
continue In business.
Economy was urged in order for the
farmers to become independent, and with
intelligent cultivation of the soil the pros
pects Tor Georgia farmers were as good
as those of any section of our country.
The speaker had traveled* over many sec
tions of the United States, and R was his
opinion that Georgia possessed superlot
advantages in soil, climate, etc., to any
part of our country.
Co-operation of farmers, merchants and
bankers was urged so that the farmer
eculd obtain the best market price for
The great resources of the South and the
possibility of the future in material de
velopment were vividly portrayed to the
audience. He spoke of the rapid changes
that are taking place in various parts if
the world, and the opportunity presented
to the South to profit by these changing
The farmers and citizens generally were
weil pleased with the address, and will
have other distinguished speakers to ad
dress them at future meetings.
SMALL’S SOFT SNAP.
Receive* n Bonn* for tlie Planter
Affair, Reside* Other Plnms.
Beaufort. S. C., July 18-Ex-Congress
man Robert Smalls, the present Collector
of Customs here, has just received $.",000
from the government for the service he
rendered in running the steamer Planter
past Fort Sumter, under cover of night,
and delivering her over to he Federal
fleet off Charleston during the Civil War.
Smalls lias received a very large share of
Republican patronage, and is reputed to
be quite rich In addition to his liberal
salary as collector of customs, which he
has enjoyed under two Republican ad
ministrations, he enjoys a pension.
Ready to Meet Any Southern Club on
Brunswick. Ga., July 18.—Manager Hen
ry Hirsch of the Brunswick baseball
team to-night authorizes a challenge to
play any club in the South a series of
three gase out of 'five for s'joo a side.
Thes<=* games are To be played on any
grounds in the South with any umpires
that are mutually agreeable. S ! de bets
can be arranged to run the guaranteed
total beyond SI,OOO. Hirsch claims Bruns
wick has the finest hall team now on
Sou*hern diamonds. It is an all star pro
fessional Team, ably financiered and open
FULCHER TO GO TO MANILA.
\\yne*lom Physician W ith the Fif
Waynesboro. Ga., July 18.—Dr. M. O.
Fulcher, contract surgeon of the United
States Army from Waynesboro, and who
has been stationed for several months at
Sackett Harbor, N. Y., since the Spanish-
Amerlcan War, has been ordered to Gov
ernor's Island. N. Y., with the Fifteenth
Infantry. prej>nrntory to going to Manila,
whither this regiment has been ordered
for duty. He served as assistant surgeon
with this regiment during its stay on
the island of Cuba.
WILLING TO GO TO C HINA.
Jacksonville Light Infantry Offer*
Jacksonville, Fla., July 18.—The Jackson
ville Light Infantry held a meeting to
day aiul through its captain, A. G. Hart
ridge, unanimously tendered to the Presi
dent the services of the company for duty
Abbeville** New Bank.
Abbeville. Ga., July 18.—The People'?
Bank of Abbeville, with a capital of $lO,-
000, began operations here to-day. S. P.
1-nssio r is presklent, and George M. Tay
lor. late of Hawkinsville, is cashier. The
officers and stockholders are all home
people, having the confidence of tlie com
munity. ond it is confidently expected that
the enterprise will prove a financial suc
cess as well as a convenience to our busi
ness men. The deposits are r**i>orted to
have been quite heavy for the first day.
Steamer Colorado Floated.
Brunswick, Ga., July 18.—The Mallory
Line steamship Colorado. Risk, master,
was floated safe off Ixrng Island shoals to
day with the assistance of the tugs, Inca,
Angie and Nellie, and Dart. Bhe is ap
liraiinw iek'n Team Won.
Brunswick. Ga.. July 18.—Bruns wick de
feated Jacksonville in a baseball game to
day by tt score of 4 to 3.
Others Fri cP °
is a softening, soothing, refreshing
liniment which is to be applied ex
ternally. It prevents alt of the
dangers and discomforts of preg
nancy. Remember, it is to be ap
plied externally. Common sense
will tell you that anything taken
internally is injurious. It will not
onlv weaken tne mother, but will
endanger the other little life which
is to come. If you will think the
matter out fairly, you will see that
anything which gives the muscles
elasticity and strength is bound to
do away with pain and to make
labor short and painless. This is
what Moihmr't Frlmnd will do.
Hundreds of women have testified
to its great vnlue.
• I at any druggists’.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO , AM.nU.G*
Our fV** lllmtratftd book. “ Boforo ho by la
Born." will b* wst apou requrot
The wreck of the burned house-boat
Caiman, now lying near New Smyrna,
will be sold at auction Thursday, Aug.
9. The wreck will be sold as It lies. Sale
will take place at 12 o'clock noon at the
wreck. For further particulars apply to
EXTRACT. • AVOID JE VJJA
'So c i?Jri. e ,° f Bruises
BUFF WRAPPER, , ,
It will Cure.
FUN ERA I. INVITATIONS.
GREEN.—The friends of Mr. John
Green are invited to attend his funeral
from his late residence. No. 417 President
street, east, at 4:30 o’clock this afternoon.
MORRISON.—The relatives and friends
of Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Herron and
of Mrs. Mary E. Morrison are invited to
attend the funeral of William E. Morrison
from Christ Church this (Thursday) aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock.
RICHARDSON. The relatives and
friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Richardson
and family are invited to attend the fu
neral of the former from his residence, No.
225 Bolton street, east, at 7 o'clock this
STURTEVANT.—The friends and ac
quaintances of Mrs. Mary J. Mongin and
William A. and Harry J. F. Sturtevant
are requested to attend the funeral serv
ices of the former from her late resi
dence. 520 Henry street, west, on Thurs
day, July 19' at t> p. m.
The members are requested to attend
a special meeting at (six) 6 o'clock this
(Thursday) afternoon, to pay the last
tribute of respect to our late brother C.
W. C. SCHAEFFER, N. G.
J. S. TYSON, Secretary.
NOT ICE TO MEMBERS OF THE BAR.
The members of the bar are requested
to meet in the Superior Court room at
4:30 o’clock this afternoon to attend the
funeral of the late William E. Morrison.
By direction of Judge Falligant.
JAMES K. P. CARR.
Clerk S. C., C. C.
fil LI TAR VO K D ERL
Oglethorpe Light Infantry.
Cos. I. Ist Inf.. G. S. TANARUS.,
Savannah, Ga., July 18, 1900.
Order No. 2
The company will assemble at the ar
mory, In full dress uniform, to-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of paying the tribute of respect
•to our deceased honorary member. C. Y.
Richardson. DAVID C. BARROW',
Ist Lieut. Commanding.
IRISH JASPER GREEN*.
Savannah, Ga., July 18, 1900.
Orders No. 19—
The corps will assemble at the armory
in full uniform to-morrow (Thursday)
afternoon, 4o pay the last tribute of re
spects to our late honorary member. John
Green. The company will be formed at
4:15 o’clock prompt.
P. F. GLEASON, Captain.
All petit Jurors are hereby discharged
until Monday morning next.
By order of His Honor Judge Falligant.
JAMES K. P. CARR.
Clerk S. C., C. C.
PRIZE TAKE WALK CARNIVAL
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS,
Hotel Tj’bee Pavilion,
FRESH AIR FUND,
This Evening, July 19, 1900.
Admittance to pavilion 10 cents.
PRESERVE VOIH SIGHT
By wearing glassea that not alone enable
you to ace. but correct every defect that
There la no guesswork In our methods
We have the latest and most approved
scientific apparatus for accurate eye test
ing. We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the services of a physician we will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal lenses are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared in
value to the kind offered os cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle inferior glasses as a side line.
DR. M. SCHWAB & SON,
Exclusive Opticians, 47 Bull Street.
N. B.—Oculist prescriptions filled same
day received. Repairing done at short
XOTICK OK DISSOLUTION.
•Savannah, Ga., July IG, 1900.
The firm of Foye & Morrison Inis this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Peter T. Foye assumes all the liabilities
of said firm and takes all of the assets
and will continue the business on his own
P. T. FOYE.
JAMES L. MORRISON.
niVIDKMI .NOTH E.
Office. Savannah fills Eight Company,
Savannah. July 14. 1900.
A dividend of three ar.d a half per cent,
on the capital stork of this company has
beru declared, payable on and after
Wednesday, the 18lh Inst,, to stockhold
ers as of record this day. Transfer book
will be closed until 18th Inst.
A. G. GUERARD,
President and Treasurer.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Cengress 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 309 Bull Street.
You need not when you can be posi
tively and speedily cured by visiting
Siiwnner Spring., Samner, I'ln.
Far-famed health resort and Nature’.
Sure cure for Malaria. Rheumatism,
Dyspepsia. Gout, Kidney, Liver, Bladder,
Skin and Blood Diseases, and all Female
Complaints, Climate unequaled. Location
Evan P. Howell, editor of the Atlanta
(Ga.) Constitution, in a lengthy letter
from Suwanee, published in the Consti
tution of Dec. 16, 1893, says:
"While the Grippe is so prevalent, and
as one of its victims that found relief,
I cannot forbear giving the public one of
the secrets and best ways to get rid of
the distressing effects. After suffering
two weeks with it in Atlanta, with my
head, ears, and throat all involved—bones
aching and all the other disagreeable
symptoms—after I had tried medicines,
and Dr. Calhoun had blown through both
my ears from my nose, at his suggestion
I came here. I have been here one week,
and while I am not entirely well over the
effects of the attack, I am so much bet
ter that I do not hesitate to commend the
place to any fellow sufferer. In fact, I
deem it a duty to do so. • • * The ob
ject of this letter is not to advertise the
springs, but to tell my friends who have
the grippe, or have had it, to come here
and get relief. The proprietor says his
faith is so firm that any man or woman
suffering with the disease who comes and
uses the water as he directs and remains
for two weeks or a month and is not re
lieved will gel his board free. As sure as
you come you will be paid for the trouble.
I believe the cure is as certain for Dys
pepsia and Liver and Kidney troubles
and all impurities of the blood.
“EVAN P. HOWELL.”
If you cannot visit Suwanee Springs
now BI’Y AND DRINK SUWANEE
SPRINGS WATER AT HOME. Put up
in o-gallon demijohns, 12-gallon carboys,
cases one dozen half-gallon bottles. For
sale by all druggists and by
SUWANEE SPRINGS CO.,
" TABLE D’HOTE.
Dinner I to 3 and 6 to 9, Thursday, July 19
Cream of Barley.
Small Filets of Grouper, el Creole.
Potatoes a l’Aigrrienne.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Baltimore Beef, Yorkshire Pudding.
Stuffed Shoulder of Veal, Tomato Sauce.
Braised Fresh Tongues, with Fine Herbs.
Green Apple Fritters au Sugar.
Potatoes. Rice, Stewed Tomatoes.
Butter Beans, Boiled Roasting Ears.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Pear Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Ice Cold Watermelons.
At LEVAN S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
It IDS WANTED.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works, Savannah. Ga., July 16,
1990.—Bids will be received at this office
until 12 o’clock noon, city time, Tuesday,
July 31, 191)1, for the manure fiom iho city
stables and the street sweepings, etc.,
from the streets and lanes, to be deliver
ed at city lot for one year from date of
acceptance of bid. The city reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. En
velopes to be marked “Bids for Manure,"
etc. Bids to be opened in the presence
GEO. M. GADSDEN, Director.
■IT ONLY THE BEST 1.1M.F.1t ALE.
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from tha celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city. These
springs are the property of Wheeler A
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland hua those waters but
themeelvea. 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 Healthfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale is the best.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga.
TiilCT AND lIE-PRESS ED BRICK.
Wa manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pi eased brick, paving and
building bricks. Our common brick are
the best for building purposes, being larger
than other kilns make, and cheaper. See
aamples and prices.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Congress and Drayton streets.
LARUE WAHEIIOLSK AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will glva up
business In the city on June j, I offer
It for rent from that date.
H P SMART.
W tIY NOT IIE ~
OHIUIXAL ANNISTON LIUBf
Each barrel contains sufficient quantity
and quality to make tt MONEY-SAVING.
A. HANEEY COMPANY, Sole Agents,
NOT Itli "
Neither masters nor consignees will be
responsible for any debts contracted by
the crews of Norwegian barks Pallas.
Morlund, Alexandra, British bark Carl
von Dobeln, Swedish bark Stavanger,
or Italian hark Affezione.
CHR. G. DAHL * CO., Consignees.
is a wonder. Cures when every
other medicine fails.
May exhaust the possibili
ties of the market, and they
will find nothing better than
for the simple reason that
there isn’t any better. It is
the standard. There are
many imitations, but no su
3 lbs. for sl.
Whole, ground or pulver
ized, to suit.
18.1. MSI Cl
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
DRIVING IS I'LKASAM’
IF lUI FEEL SAFE.
If you buy the vehicle and harness here
we guarantee safety, comfort, durability
and style. If you are thinking: of buying
a vehicle and harness call on us. We are
the leaders in stylos and prices also.
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Babcock’s and Studebakers’ Representa
Morgan & Wright Rubber Tires.
When a Man
Is Properly Dressed
his jewelry seems merely he fin
ishing touch to his attire. The
same is true of a woman.
We make a specialty of Correct
Jewelry for Correct Dressers.
Office 307 Bull Street. Telephone 700.
NOW IS THIS TIME TO RENOVATE.
We renovate and remake with hair
licking moss mattresses $4, hair and wool
mattresses 15. We get the size of bedstead
and make your mattress to order, without
extra charge. Fine curled hair and moss
mattresses a epeelalty. Our medicated
steam renovator will purify and clean as
well as increase in volume your feather
beds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds 85, bolsters $1.50, pillows 75c. All
work guaranteed first-class.
NAT lON AD MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (immediately upon appli
cation). all bonds In judicial proceedings
In either the state or United States
courts. and of administrators and
DEARING ft HELD, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
TUE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpets prop,
arly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the" summer is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or cull at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you un esti
mate on the cost of the work. Prlcoo
reasonable Tney also pack, move and
store furniture and pianos.
C H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
One of our clients bus placed In our
hands (25,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT & BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
LEOPOLD ADLER, JNO. R Dir i
C. T. ELLIS, BARRON OVRtU
Vice President. Asst. Cashier"^
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the
of Merchants. Firms, Individuals Bar 1
and Corporations, ’ ■ is i
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities i„.
ing prompt returns. ' sur *
SEPARATE SAVINGS DEPARTMEXr
INTEREST COIIPOI NDED til ARter
LY ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults .
rent. Correspondence solicited. 101
The Citizens Bank
OF SAVANNAH. *
U,l1 “'“ “ uaukij.
Solicits Accounts of Individual
Merchants, Bunks Cos '
Collections handled with safe,,
economy and dispatch. 1
Interest compounded quarter!,
allowed on deposits In our Savin,,,
Safety Deposit Boxes and Stor,,.
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, Preside,.
MILLS B. LANE, Vice President.
6EOIIGB C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER, Asst. C.h,„
of the State of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits *40!<)o
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
Collections made on all points - ’ —’
accessible through banks and banka*
Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Merchants
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boss.
Department of Savings, interest payabi*
Sells Sterling Exchange on London ij
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN, Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W, GORDON Jr
H. A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN *
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST
H. P. SMART. CHARLES EI.LIS
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit* 60,000
This bank oilers its services to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act aa executor, id
zrdnlatrator, guardian, etc.
laaues draft* cn the pilnclpal cltlea !a
Great Britain and Ireland and on th*
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposit* in the Saving Department,
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. vr TIEDEMAN. Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN, Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults foi
Collections made on ail points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of th
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President.
W. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
No. IWO* Chartered, IJW
fHiili Bibi M
CAPITAL, *500,(00. SURPLUS, 5100,MU
UNTIED STATES DEPOSITOR*.
J. A. G. CARSON, President
BKIKNE GORDON, Vice Preaidant.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banks and bankers, nur
eliants nnd corporations recelvad opos
the most favorable terms consistent wttk
safe and conaervatlv# banking.
A two-story double cottage on a cor
A one-story cottage on a corner, and
a lot sixty feet front by one hundred and
seventeen fee deep, wit’i two wide streets
and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to sell tht
they will take a port cash and give long
dme on the balance at a low rate of in
terest. C. H. DOR SETT.
in Newspaper MM.
For sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder,
will fold sheet 27x42. It Is In good crd*.
Pries SIOO., It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no uee for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to °T
newspaper office. „ i ,l - <
MostUCI l OES
will pot trouble yon If >' oU
SHOOMUSKIOET. It Is a pleasant
Is n toilet |inwiler that Instnntly dl
pels the (llsiiareenhle odors nrlsU'S
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
gives quick relief for ean burns •*