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SHE CALLED A LAWYER DOWN.
WO MAX CREATES D REEKY SCENE
I\ % JUSTICE COURT.
Mr*. Bovarc] lYns l.ooklnjr After
Some i'olleotlonn on Which Suit*
Were Hroneht, Insisted on the
niln to Fl* the Time of Trial.
Lawyer for the Defense Objected,
but Mr*. Rovard Canll)' Hnd Her
Atlanta, Aug. —A pretty young woman,
Mrs. Clara L. Bovard, treated a sensa
tion in Justice I.andrum's court by call
ing down a lawyer this morning.
Mrs. Bovard is a stenographer in the
office of Mr. Pour Francisco Smith. In
addition to her duties as stenographer for
Mr. Srrntn. she is the collector h re for a
Northern hook company, of which K. J.
Bodmer is treasurer.
Some trouble has been experienced in
making tome of the collections, and six
suits have been filed in Justice Landrum'*#
court. These suits were nmong those
called this morning to set a date for the
hearing. As each was called Mrs. Bovard
arose and stated the hour and date that
would be convenient to her, and the case
was immediately set down as requested
until the case of R. J. Bodmer vs. K. P.
H. Ackers was reached.
E. D. Thomas, representing counsel for
the defendant, asked that the case be set
on or after Aug. 28. as Judge W. J.
Speers, who represented Mr. Ackers Is
out of the county and won’t re-turn until
the 28th. Mrs. Brovard stated she want
ed the case set on or before Aug. 14, aa
sho was going to leave the city for her
summer vacation on the 15th.
“But Judge Speers is out of town.
Tour Honor, and there will be no one
to represent Mr. A< kers." said the much
disturbed Mr. Thomas. Mr. Thomas is a
young man in Judge Spears’ office, and
has not yet been admitted to the bar.
“Well, I propose to look after these
cases myself," said Mrs. Brovard, spirit
edly; “and it soeme to me you ought to
be able to look after your end of it.”
The lawyers gathered Id the room be
gan to laugh, and young Mr. Thomas
thus put on hU mettle, made a chivalrlc
bow to the lady, and turning to Judge
Landrum, said, laconically:
“Set the case at any hour the lady de
The case was set for 11:30 on the morn
ing of Atig. 13. Mrs. Brovard has been
studying law for about four years. She
has hopes that the Legislature will make
it lawful for women to practice law in
ATLANTA'S \\ ATBR WORKS.
BnrhecuM and FenittinK Instead of
Work. mid Reports.
Atlanta. Aug. 6.—The waterworks offi
cials scored a point on the Citizens’ In
vestigating Committee yesterday by tak
ing two experts who have been brought
here from the North to a barbecue at the
river pumping station. The committee
wished to examine these experts before
the waterworks officials had seen th*m.
Superintendent Park Woodward. Assist
ant Engineer William Rapp. Hewlett
Joyner, ail of the waterworks depart
ment; William Cody of the fire depart
ment. and others, attended the ’cue. All
the guest* pronounced the feast perfect in
every' detail. The experts were particu
larly pleased with the toothsome viands.
The experts appeared before the Citi
zens’ Committee In secret session this af
ternoon. Although three committees have
been investigating the waterworks for
week.*, not one has made a report to
Council. To-day a report was drafted and
considered in a joint meeting of the com
mittees this morning, but it was not
adopted. Two members of the regular
committee on waterworks were ready to
elgn it. but members of the Council’s
special committee would not affix their
names to the paper.
TENNIS TOI'RN AMENT BEGIN.
Boatheaßter.il Staten Championship
la at Stake.
Atlanta. Aug. 6.—The preliminaries In
the Southeastern stares tennis tourna
ment were played at the opening of the
tournament this afternoon on the courts
of the Atlanta Athletic Club.
The courts were in splendid condition
and the weather pleasant. Among the
orack9 who are here are T. Coleman
Ward and Charles Brown of Birmingham.
Joseph H. Elliott and T. M. lx>gan of
New Orleans. W. T. Selbels on L. W. Ty
son of Montgomery, H. S. Chamberlain
of Chattanooga and the Rogers brothers
of Knoxville. Among the entries and
winners to-day were:
Tyson of Montgomery beat Freidman of
Tuscaloosa. 6-2, 6-4.
C. M. Rogers of Knoxville beat E. J.
Peters of Atlanta, 6-0, 6-1.
T. M. Logan of New Orleans beat T.
Daniel of Atlanta, 6-2. 6-0.
W. T. Seibels of Montgomery beat F.
G. Byrd of Atlanta. 6-2, 6-0.
A. M. Ogeleeto of Virginia, who offered
the trophy which goes to the wflnner with
the championship of the Southeastern
states, is unable to be present on account
WAS SHOT BY A NEGRO.
Crawford Hialu Killed nt Alley as
tlir Result of a Row.
Alley, Ga., Aug. 4.—A negro named
Mackey, at Olenwood. this afternoon at
2:80 o’clock, shot and killed Crawford Ry
ais. a young white man.
It seems that on last Saturday night
one of the Markeys and Hyals had a diffi
culty. resulting in Ryal’s arrest under a
warrant ©worn out by Mackey. This <tase
was settled to-day. after which anew dif
ficulty was started up between the same
parties, when a brother of Mackey shot
Ryals from behind, killing him instantly.
There were five others of the Mat-keys
who seem to have been aiding and abet
tln in the crime.
The negro who did the shooting broke
for the woods. Sheriff M Gregor was wired
for and he and a posse of several have
gone for them. They have five of them
under arrest, but have not captured the
man who did the shooting.
WILKE** BOARD OF EDI CATION.
Not Properly Elected and Certificate*
Were Not Issued.
Atlanta, Aug. 6.—The board of educa
tion elected by the grand Jury of Wilkes
county has not been commissioned. A gen
eral misunderstanding has arisen or the
grand Jury failed to make the proper elec
tion returns, and as a result State School
Commissioner Glen w ill not issue the com
missions to the new' member* until the
grand Jury meet* again and specifies the
time that each newly elected member is
to hold office.
. 0 Bp —i ■
Politic* In Tattnall County.
Reidsville, Ga., Aug. 6—The political
situation is beginning to liven up by the
entrance of several candidates for the
several offices. Col. Charles G. Edward*
has announced himself * candidate for
representative, subject to the action of
the Demoerntio party. He is young
man of fine ability as nn orator, and
will mak*' an able representative. He has
a strong hacking, and as yet. has no oi>-
poeltion in the nomination, and it is
thought that he will not have any either
in the nomination or in the final cornea*.
The nomination for the county office* will
be be.d here on 'Monday, Aug. 20,
44 Take Time by
Don't <wait until sickness overtake* you.
When that tired feeling, the first rheu
matic pain, the first •warnings of import
blood are manifest, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla and you evill rescue your health and
i probably save a serious sickness. Be sure
to get Hood’s, because
STATE AGItIOLXTCRAL SOCIETY.
Preparation* for the Meeting nt Dub
Dublin. Ga., Aug. 6 —The people of Dub
lin are making arrangements for enter
taining the delegates to the State Agri
cultural Society, which meets here
Wednesday and Thursday. A part of the
entertainment cons.sts of a Bohemian
smoker and barbecue Wednesday after
noon, ana a tide down the Oconee on the
Cily of Dublin Thursday afternoon. The
following is the programme In full:
Tuesday and Wednesday: Delegates met
depots by Reception Committee.
Wednesday—Convention called to order
in court house at 10 o’clock a. m., sharp.
Order of business: Exercises opened with
prayer by Rev. R. E. Neighbor of Dub
lin. Address of welcome on the part of
the municipality by his honor. Mayor
ilicks. Address of welcome on part of
the county and the I-aurens County Ag
ricultural Club by v*. A. Weddington, Esq.
Response by Hon. J. J. Connor of Car
teraville. Annual address by the presi
dent. Enrollment of delegates. Address
by ex-Gox. W. J. Nor then of Atlanta,
"The Needs of the Southern Farmer.”
Discussion of the subject, opened by Hon.
R. F. Crittenden of Randolph.
Afternoon Session —Address by W. G.
Cooper of Atlanta, “The Needs of the
Southern Farmer." General discussion of
the subject. Address by Hon. O. B. Stev
ens, commissioner of agriculture, “The
Needs of the Southern Farmer." Dis
cussion, opened by F. J. Merrlam of At
lanta. 6 p. m.—Bohemian smoker and
barbecue nt pavilion.
Evening Session—Experience meeting.
Short talks on topics relating to farm
Thursday—First half-hour devoted to
transaction of general business,
reports, resolutions, etc. Regular
order: Address by Dr. H. C.
White of Athens, president of the State
Agricultural College; “The Needs of the
Southern Farmers.” General discussion of
the subject. Address by Col. R. J. Red
ding. director of the Georgia Experimental
Station: “The Needs of the Southern
Afternoon Session—Address by J. G.
Stanley of Quitman: "The Needs of the
Southern Farmer.” Discussion. Address
by Hon. Harvie Jordan of Monti cello:
‘ The Cotton Growers’ Protective Associa
tion." Address by Rev. W. E Munford,
president of the Georgia Industrial Home:
"Our Neglected White Children of City
and Country." Election of officers for en
suing year. Selection of next place of
meeting. Adjournment. 4 p. m. boat ride
on the City of Dublin down the Oconee
to Will’s Springs.
The work of laying the brick of the
Dublin Cotton Mills is progressing: at the
rate of two car loads per day. Foreman
C. E. Holley has charge of the work. He
estimates that it will require 200,000 bricks
to complete the foundation. The work of
laying the foundation was commenced
last week. It will require several
months to complete the mill.
ATTEMPT AT MURDER.
Mr. O. A. Kennedy Narrowly Escape*
a Horrible Fate.
Wrightsville, Ga., Aug. 6.—Last Friday
afternoon Mr. O. A. Kennedy, a saw mill
man, seven miles west of this place, came
near being murdered by a young negTO,
about 17 years old. named George Mason.
Mr. Kennedy is in a critical condition,
though with some hope o frecovery.
Friday morning Mr. Kennedy had a lit
tle difficulty with the negro at the mill,
which apparently passed over, and the
negro continued to work the entire day.
As they were leaving the mill late in the
afternoon the negro ran up behind him
with an ex, intending to epit h4s head
open, but miscalculated the blow, the
blade of the ax passing over Mr. Kenne
dy’s forehead, and he handle striking
him juf"t above the left ear. It was
thought for the next twenty-four or thir
ty-six hours his victim would die, but he
is still living, though in a precarious con
The negro made his escape. A posse
was#soon in hot pursuit, capturing him
yesterday afternoon, fifteen miles from
the scene of the crime. They put him
in Jal! here late in the afternoon. The
prisoner said he was put up to do it by
several other negroes, whose names he
gave, and five other negroes were arrest
ed last night and placed in jail. Superior
Court convenes here on the third Monday
in September, at which time their trials
will come off.
STRIKE MAY SOON HE OVER.
An Early Settlement Expected of
Columbus. Ga., Aug. 6—There is a
more hopeful feeling to-night that the
strike of the carpenter? and Joiners may
soon be over, and that the matter will
be definitely settled. Jerry William of
Atlanta, a member of the executive board
of the carpenters’ national organization,
will be here to-morrow, and his coming
Is expected to smooth things out some
what. Several of the mill men reported
to-night that n number of their workmen
had returned to-day.
A FREAK OF LIGHTNING.
Outline* of a Tree Stamped Upon a
Am trie its, Ga.. Aug. 6.—During a thun
der storm on the Chambliss plantation
naar Amercus lightring struck a tree
beneath which three negroes and a mule
sought refuge. The mule was killed and
the mgroeß seriously injured, one having
the outlima of the tree indelibly stamped
upon his shoulder.
Funeral of Judge Newsome.
Athens, Ga., Aug. 6.—The funeral ser
vices over the remains of Judge D. A
Newsome occurred yesterday in Athene
Judge Newsome was, at the time of his
death, in Milledgevllle, Ga., where he was
in the state sanitarium. David a New
some was a well-knowpn figur* in Geor
gia. It was lit Atlanta that he made his
reputation. He was a picturesque char
acter and his rendition of the song. “The
Lone Rock by the Sea," made him fa
mous. Last year his mind broke down
He was in the seventies and very feeble
He has been at Milledgeville for the past
I*a*enaer Wan Badly Hart*
Americas, Ga., Aug. 6.-—lt is reported
here that a passenger aboard the north
bound Central train was badly hurt at a
l>oint below Amerlcus by a miscreant,
who hurled & stick through the car win
dow. atrlklng the passenger on the head.
| The train was running rapidly and the
miscreant escaped detection.
Tkuniii* vf lie Umi the frame.
Thomasvllle. Gu., Aug. 6.—Thomasvllle
and Montlcallo played bail here to-day,
the result being 6 to 9 lb favor of Thomas
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. AUGUST 7. 1900.
LIVELY TIMES NEAR LYONS.
A Shooting Affair and a Scrimmage
Between Two Women.
Lyons Ga.. Aug. 6—Mr. Fat Darby,
who runs a saw milt on Pendleton Greek,
bet wean this place and the Ohcopee,
brought to town this morning th*> news
of a terrible tragedy that was inerted at
his mill yeaterday evening
Virgil Smith was shot and it Is thought
mortally wounded by his first cousin. Boh
Bowman. Both of the men are from
Jackson county, Ga.
The cause of the trouble is this: Smith,
Bowman and two others ordered a jug of
whisky, to be divided among them. Bow
man got his port and sprnt the night and
the day up to the time of the shooting
with a woman of a very disreputable
character by the name of Minnie lb-
Loach. Towards evening his whiskey
gave out, and he sent to Smith, telling
him to send him 50 cents. Smith did not
do it, which it appears vexed h,m, so h
got the woman’s pistol out of her
satchel and went to Pat Darby’s
where Smith wet* boarding, and demanded
his share of the whisky of Smith, wanting
to know’ if Smith intended to beat him out
of his rights, and also cursing about
Smith not sending him the 50 cents.
Smith remonstrated with him. where
upon, Bowman shot at him several time..
One shot took effect Just below the nip
ple of the right breast. Bowman has not
The woman. Minnie De Loach, is the
same woman who caused the shooting
scrape between Bill Collins and Jerry Mor
ris. about two years ago. in which Mor
ris was killed, an account of which ap
peared in the Morning News at the time.
She has been living in this place for som**
time, in a house rented from
C. C. Clark, a negro preacher. This
morning, when she came back from the
mill w’here the shooting occurred, yester
day. Clarke’s wife went to her for the
rent for the. house, ihrec months of which
was due. When she asked for the rent
the De Loach woman ordered her out of
the house, cursing her and at the same
time getting her piotol. But the Clarke
woman closed In on her before she had
time to shoot and took the pistol away
It is also reported here to-day that Bill
Collins, who for years has been th<=* para
mour of this woman, has been seriously,
perhaps fatally, hurt In a saw mill, w’here
he w’ent to work a few weeks ago after
CHARLESTON HAS A STRIKE.
Carpenters and Joiners Demand a
Charleston, S. C., Aug. 6 —The two car
penters and Joiners’ unions of this city
struck to-day for a nine-hour day at the
same wage®. Many of the contractors
and some of the manufacturers of the
city acceded to the demand made upon
them, while others have flatly refused to
Where refusals were met with many of
the men went out at once, while Others
are expressing discontent. These firms
claim that they will be able to get
enough non-union men to do their work.
The unions are expressing great satis
faction over the results of the strike.
They claim that it has so far met with
far more success than was expected at
the start. The men who have struck are
keeping perfectly quiet.
ATLANTA’S GATES ARE OPEN.
Has Kot tins ran tt ned lint Reserves
the Right to Do So.
Atlanta. Aug. 6—The following an
nouncement was issued by the city au
"Atlanta has not quarantined against
ony point. Parties from Tampa have per
mission to come to or pass through At
lanta, unless actually exposed to yellow
fever. Health authorities reserve the
right to annul this permission at any time
the exigency of the case demands, and in
this emergency will endeavor to notify
railroad authorities in time to stop the
sale of tickets. W. C. Jarnigan, presi
dent Board of Health. James G. Wood
ROME’S SUMMER CARNIVAL.
Thousands of Visitors in the City
Among Ihe Hills.
Rome, Ga., Aug. 6.—The street fair and
summer carnival opened very brilliantly
this afternoon with a beautiful floral pa
rade. To-night in the Opera House. Wise
Letitra Johnson, the handsome daughter
of Mrs. J. Lindsay Johnson, president of
the Georgia Federation of Women’s
Clubs, was crowned queen.
The event* were moat brilliant. Solicitor
General Mose Wright made a speech and
crowned Mis* Johnson, Thl? carnival
will las* until Thursday night. Two
thousand visitors are now in the city,
and ten thousand are expected to-morrow.
Piles Cured Wlthont the Knife.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding piles.
No cure, no pay All druggists are authorized
by the manufacturers of Pazo Pile Ointment
to refund the money where it falls to cure any
case of plies, no matter ot how long standing.
Cures ordinary caes in six drvs. the worst
cases in fourteen davs One application gives
ease end rest Relieves itching instanllv. This
is anew discovery, and is the onlv pile remedy
sold on a poaitive guarantee, no cure, no pay
Price 80c. If your druggist don t keep it in
stock, send us f>oc in stamps and we will for
ward same by mail. Manufactured hy Parts
Medicine Cos.. St. Louis. Mo., manufacturers
of Laxative Bronn Quinine and Grove's Taste
lese Chill Tonic.—ad.
There is nothing more important in sat
isfactory housekeeping than good flour.
We meet this want by offering the cele
brated PATAPBCO SUPERLATIVE,
which w*e have fresh from the mill in
barrels, one-half barrels and sacks.
ALWAYS uniform; none better made.
A. M. A C. W. WEST.
J. 8. PINKLNHON A CO.
Will open \!heir new up-to-d Ate wholesale
and retail cigar store. 39 Bull street,
opposite Screwen House. Thursday evening,
August 9. The public is cordially invited.
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.
The Wheaton reeldence, on southeast
corner Bull and Gordon, fronting Monte
rey square. C. H. DORSETT.
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES, WALL
Get oar price* on the best good*
for roar Imlldlng,
.ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
We have a few desirable flats and
houses in flrst-claaa locality ghat we-will
rent right to right tenants.
..... ESTATE SALOMON COHEN.
VARNA DOE.—The relatives and friends
of Mr. and Mrs. L. B Vamadoe are in
vited to attend the funeral of the former
from No. 721 Sarah street, at 11 o’clock
DE K ALB LODGE XO. O, I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will be
held this evening at 8:30 o'clock.
The Initiatory Degree will be conferred.
Members of sister lodges and visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
C. H. CARSON. N. G.
W. W. GROSS, Secretary.
SAVANNAH LODGE NO. I*3, B. P. O.
A regular meeting of this lodge will be
held this (Tuesday) evening at 8:30 o’clock
at Elks' Hall. Visiting brothers are cor
dially invited to attend.
J. J. KIRBY, E. R.
L. J. MAXWELL. Secretary. •
This company w’ill pay one hundred
dollars reward for the arrest and deliv
ery to the Sheriff of Seabrooke Hays,
murderer of Motorman L. B. Varnado.
H. M IjOFTON,
General Manager Savannah. Thunderbolt
and Isle of Hope Railway.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9, Tuesday, Aug. 7.
f ~ Vegetable * T~
Whilng ala Hollandalse
Potatoes ala Duehesse Sliced Tomatoes
Bell Peppers Queen Olives
Chow Chow Mixed Pickles
Ribs of Baltimore Beef. Dish Gravy
Ricefield Lamb, Mint Sauce
Deviled Crabs d'Orleans
Pear Fritters au Sugar
Mashed Potatoes. Rice, Stewed Tomatoes
Boiled Onions ala Cream. Roasting Ears
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Apple Pie Assorted Cakes Fruits
Rice Pudding, Wine Sauce
At LEVAN S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
John G. Butler. Savannah, Ga.. writes:
“Your springs have certainly done for
me what many of our best physicians in
Savannah failed to do. that was to cure
me of a severe attack of rheumatism. Af
ter suffering for months in Savannah with
this wearing and painful disease, I was
induced to visit Suwanee to try the effect
of its waters on my trouble. I was very
skeptical and had very little faith in what
effect any water could have on my trou
ble. But the effect the waters had on me
was indeed wonderful and highly satisfac
tory, for, offer having been at the Springs
only eighi days, I felt so well and free
from all rheumatics that I returned home.
I am to-day a perfectly well man and en
tirely free from any if the old pains. Think
of it! Suwanee accomplished in eight days
the cure of a disease that had baffled the
best medical skill of Savannah for over
eight months! I cheerfully give you per
mission to refer any one Interested to me.
The water cured me and I am sure will
cure others with similar affliction.”
J. W. Culpepper. Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 1,
“I visited your place with chronic ca
tarrh. and in a few weeks was surprised
to find that I was entirely cured. I spent
much time near the Spring, and it was the
Inhalation of the Sulphur gas that cured
me, and I believe that it will cure any one
else who will give it a trial.’’
ALL YOU CAN DRINK FOR 5 CENTS,
TOD WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
By iiylag yonr bill* on or be
fore the 13th Inst.
B. H. LEVY A BHO.
Slade by tVreiin of Norfolk.
By request of the factory we have taken
the agency of these goods, and will be
giad to show a full line of this elegant
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Morgan & Wright Tires.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly 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 call at 32 Montgomery
atreet. and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of tha work. Prlcaa
reasonable They also pack, mov* and
store furniture and pianos.
C H. MEDLOCK. Supt and Mgr.
LARUE UAHEHOLSE AND
to rent, located bead of Broughton
atreet, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As thty will give up
business in the city on June i, i offer
it for rent from that date.
H P SMART.
PLASTERERS' AND MASONS* SUP.
Cement, Lime, Plaster. Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery* Reasonable
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and Congress.
Phone 513. )
One of our clients has placed In our
lxands $36,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
CHARLTON A CH ARLTON.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Rooms 12, Provident Building.
DO YOU KWOW IT?^--
If not, call and satisfy yourself that we handle the
finest line of Carpenters’ and Mechautics’ tools.
Disston’s Saws, Jenrxkng’s Chisel,
Jenning’s Auger Bits, Automatic Screw
Drivers and Drills, Hammers, Hatchets,
Squares, Mallets, Bailey Pfcines.
We are agents for Starrett’s mechanics’
PALMER HARDWARE COMPANY,
Bay and Jefferson Streets.
NOT A PROPOSITION,
BUT AN ESTABLISHED FACT.
J. PINKUSSOHN & CO., 206 Bay street, west, Savannah, Ga.
BONDY & LEDERER, /lakers, New York.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West, Phase 383.
Cures when all others fail. Try it. $1,50 per bottle.
It is worth a trip to Hot Springs.
LIVINGSTON'S TWO PKARMACKS.
P 2*3 E Ball and Congress and 309 Ball Street. P "°£ E
AML SEME NTS.
MONDAY EVENING. AUG. 13th. 1900.
First appearance of Mr. Sidney Woodward
the world-renowned tenor in one Grand
Festival Concert, supported by Mrs. .M,it
tie W. Gibbs, soprano, of Charleston, S.
C\. and a Select chorus will render “When
Thou Couldst.” from Rossini’s Stabat Ma
ter. Dr. T. JAMES DAVIS. Manager.
Reserved Seats 35, 50
On sale at Box office.
For the Information of the Public.
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council,
July 24, 1900.
The following amended ordinance is
hereby published for the information of
; the public and all persons failing to com-
I ply with its provisions will without fur
ther notice be placed upon the informa
tion docket and fined:
An ordinance to amend an ordinance
passed June 1, 1887. and codified in sec
tion 759 of MaoDonell’s Code of Savannah:
Section 1. Be i ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah,
in Council assembled. That the above re
cited ordinance, which is set out in sec
tion 759, and on page 198 of MacDoneK’s
Code of the city of Savannah be, and
tlie same is hereby amended so that all
persons referred to in the first part of
•aid section shall be, and they are here
by required, to keep two or more boxes
or barrels, in one of which shall be de
posited all matter and material of a non
combustible character, such s dirt,
ashes, manure, tin cans and other non
combustible articles, and in the other
matter and material of a combustible
character, the purpose and intent of this
amendment being to keep in separate
boxes or barrels the non-combustible and
the combustible matter and material to
be taken up by the scavenger carts.
By order of the Mayor.
WILLIAM P. BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
PROPOSALS FOR FI It NI SUING COAL.
Office of Savannah Water Works.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 4, 1900.
Proj>oßls will be received at this office
until Aug. 15 at 12 o’clock noon, city
time, for furnishing the water depart
ment with coal for one year, beginning
Sept. 1, 1900.
Spe-ideations can be had upon applica
tion to this office.
I. U. KINSEY. Supt.
THE TIME OF ALL TIMES.
Have renovated at once your mattresses,
feather beds, etc , by our steam medica
ted process. (The only plant in Savan
nah) that overcomes all impurities,
whether contagious or otherwise. Have
reduced renovation of feathers for Au
gust as follows: Feather bed* from $5.00
to $3.50, bolsiers from $1.50 to SI.OO. Pi.low
cases from 75c to 50c. Cotton, moss and
hair mattresses made to order. Will save
you money. Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
No. 120 Hall street, east; 415 Gaston street,
east; 301 Jones street, cast; 208 Jones
street, west; 223 and 221 Waldburg street,
east; 214 and 210 Wn’.dburg street, west;
221 Perry street, west.
All of the above houses ore in first
class order, perfect condition, every con
venience. Right rent to right tenants.
ESTATE SALOMON COHEN,
West BfOftA Md Broughton sts.
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 und
DEARINO A HULL. Agents.
Telephone 334. Provident BulkUng*
Packed in the neatest
and most convenient
Veal Loaf, per can 10c
Vienna Saagage, can 10c
Deviled Ham, Underwood’s.. 10c
Mexican Chicken Tamale ... l\)c
French Sardine Paste 2c
Game Pates 2&c
These articles are all
first-class in every par
ticular. They lead in
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
We have a line of the prettiest lit
tle Watches—full Jeweled, first-class
works, guaranteed in every particular
—just the thing for a lady’s wear
In gold, enamel and silver. Plain, en
gine-turned or engraved cases. Prices
will prove as pleasing as the watches.
Hunter & Van Keuren,
Jewelers, 143 Bull street.
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omc JT Bull Struct. T'lrrlLOt,. Id
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R. DlLLov
Presklent. Csshie* " ”
c. t. ellis. barron carts*
Vice President. Asst. Cashier
The Chatham Ban!
Will be pleased to receive the ae-coun,.
of Merchants. Firms. Individuals. Ba-t,
Liberal favors extended.
.na n P ’?o r sr^.ur„r uon facm,ie3 - *>■■*
INTEREST COMPOUNDED ai-AHTEB.
■•Y OX DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults
rent. Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
lr>u,uvt. - (ic.cral Uauia,.
Solicits Accoiin(i •( Individual,,
Merchant., Banka and other Corn*,
Collections handled with aafct,
m.bouj and dispatch.
Interest compounded quarterly
allowed on deposits In oar Savings
Safety Deposit Boxes and Stor.aa
BRANTLEY A. DESMARK, Presidssh
MILLS B. LAKE, Vice President.
GEORGE C. FREE MAX, Cashier.
GORPOX L. groover. Asst. Cashlei,
of the Slate of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits... gwi 0#
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Banking _ Business.
CYriiectiorte made on alf points
accessl&e through bankfTand bankers.
Accounts ot Banks, Rankers, Merenants
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department! of Savings, interest payabld
Sells Sterling Exchange on London t>
JOHN FLA.VNERY, President.
HORI CE A. CRANE. Vice President.
JAMfB SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FtcANNLTRY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON Jr.
H. A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN.
LEE ROY MYE3S. JOSEPH FERST
H. P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLS'. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals sidlcited.
Savings Department, Interest p„ld
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fo
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of thd
JOSEPH D. WEED. Presid.Mt.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President.
W. F. McCAULEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Capital 00,00 t
Undivided profits 80,00*
This uauk oners ts net ‘vices to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, etc.
laeues drafts cn the pilnclpal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and on tha
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLTTN. President.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass’t Cashier.
No- Kill, Chartered, Ml
HI! ACM It
CAPITAL, auo.m. SURPLUS. llOO.Wfc
UNI iEL aTATES ij&rOOIVQXX.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DA V ANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banks and bankers, mer
chants and corporations rsceived upo
the most favorable terras consistent with
safe and conservative banking.
- For Rent,
\ Residence 118 Gaston
’ All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August.
fiMTHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
14 Bryan Street. East.
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1 [or aale. a Forsaiih Newspaper Folder,
fold sheet 21x4it. It Is In rood order.
Prlos *IOO. It coat originally *l,lOO. bul
wa 1 ana no use (or It and want tha room
It • 111 be an invaluable adjunct to anv
newßga per oißat. ,
MORNING NEWS, ‘
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will ii fit trouble you if you
RHOONiVSHGET. It la a plea*at
la a toilet Virowder that Inatantly d* ,#
pels the i reeable odora ll*M
OLD Rlty.Lk COLD CRB-iM
Hire* quick tU ‘or ■ burn* •*